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Nations Nati Nation 0 lS V Expansion Policy PolicyOiJeSitecl PolicyOIiteu1
OiJeSitecl Oteilite l to McKinley McKinleyCASNAflON McKinleyCLTATION lcKiuler lcKiulerrAR
Prodecessor Gave Roosovelt His HisGreat lIisGreat IllsGreat
Great 01IQltullitJu Opportunity OpportunityIu
Iu < A 4ites tdi1rc < ld res Ilcfore Tlpiiccnnoe Club Cinliin ClubJ ClubJR
in J Cleveland Oleco ncl Ohio 011 In Secretary Secretor of ofAVar orar ofWr
AVar ar Dccjnrcft If Colonlnl Govern Government Gocrnment Govern3flent ¬
ment I III Violation of Cnnitltntion CnnitltntionTerritorial Con CojuititutlonTorritorlul UtntJon UtntJonTorrltorJol
Territorial Administration clDlln trnUon In Same SameOffeuHC SameOtreu SameffeneConfcrs
OffeuHC Otreu ffeneConfcrs cQonfers Gonfers rvitli Lieutenants Lleut nnnt8 I
Caerelnnd Ohio 0kb Jan if 1IAnBOUReM 1IAnBOUReMlJIflftt IAnaounoworld Announoe Announoet
lJIflftt t ot f his conversion to a belief In Inth Inth Inths
ths th rlglit of t imperialism fmperlaU seoalisd callld and andthe 111141tbe a atbs
the ereditlMff eretJttbl to William WUU MeKhtlty of oftba ortbe oftho
tba poaitton of the United States in inworld I Iwori Inc1eelutd
world world affairs aXnIr 1lJ which he aald sId Id gave Theo Theodore Tbeodore Theadore ¬
dore Roosevelt opportunity te t make makehimeeif Blakeili mnkenimaf
ili himeeif so a great a factor for interna international JataraaUolI laternattoj ¬
tional tJ sea B ee marked arked the address ddris of ofWliitam ofWIIIJI ofWII1IM
Wliitam t Howard Taft Tart Seoretary of ofWar ofWar ofWar
War and ii candidate c for the th Republi Republican Jt8pb1taD ftpubltcan ¬
can aD Presidential nomination before twe the theTippeeanoe theTtplHtCaJloe theTtppeaano
Tippeeanoe Club and its gvests l1iests g eots te the thenumber tilenand thenunb
number nand r of 525 25 tonight
n Tb occasion was the tll bajiaaet IUt in incelewration inel Incel
celewration cel el hrtIon
of Carnation Day the
annl annlvcraary anlVC nnI nnIVCl7
vcraary VC of the martyr Presldeats PresldeatsblrtMty PlMldeRtsbl Prealdsntshlrady
blrtMty bl Secretory Taft ws t the e eeat1l1e
feature of t the banquet banquetBnsy bSflllUtflu quat quatBuaT
Bnsy flu Day for nr Taft TaftThe TaltTb TaftTb
The Tb nddress before the Tippeoanoe Tllp TIppaooClub
Club on The he Republic Re > ul lle followed f foIlow U01CId a day
of multiple engagements Semotu beginning ltogtRnln ltogtRnlnwith
with the arrival of the War Secretary hcretaryand Socretaryand
and bin hi party NUty at 12 116 IO 5 oclock oclockHe eclo oclockHe k kHe
He was met at the Baltimore and
Ohio station staUo by a delegation headed by
former Gay Myron T Herrick of Ohio Ohiodefeated OhiolefOt
defeated lefOt for re reeleetJon el action by Secretary
Taf Tafts ts fawotts faao antiCox tICox bossism speech pec
in 1 n Akron Akro kroa but 1 now leader of the
CuyaJwig CuyaJso Couaty Count Taft foreea The TheSecretary n TbSecretary
Secretary was Gay Herricks guest at
the Union Club for luncheon luncheonThence luneheonT luncheonThence
Thence T Taft went eat to the Honeaden Honeadenwhere HoI1eadeawhere HOUOO4Onwhere
where he spoke briefly brieft before b tOle the local
Red Cross Cr Society urging < increased mem ¬
bership beNltl and
enlarged d scope ope of the Red
Croas Croa of which bleb he is national president
At A u t Slt I oclock he 1
greeted a throng of
fcundrods of Republicans Rll Ubllcana in the Tipppe Tipppecanoe J Jranoe
canoe anoe Club room lOOIIIc In an hours bour public
reception r ception At I oclock he took his stand
1 in j n line at t the Chamber smbe er of Commerae I
Audit Audltd s4 m Thoae fheI Th ftr all a hmtr betow befe to
thp th ambllnc ssembllng of ottItIleJ o tBT tI diners dhbot h greeted
Tippecanoe Club memberc MH Ad their theirB UI theirgueiti lr lrgueta
B gueta gueitia t
Confers with Hit IleutenantM IleutenantMIncidentally 1leutenanhIncidentally LleuteiiangIiicldentally
Incidentally Secretary Taft met Ar ¬
thur I 1 Vorys his h political manager IRa manar aIM
Walter alter Brown Republican Sta State Stat chair
man man whO reported re orti to him the political politicalsttuatkm poIfticaeltuatlon
situation ia Ohio stress being laid on
the Cuyaaoga county situation where the
Foraker oppecltton 01 J ttGR to the Secretary1 Secretary1Presidential Jl
Presidential I lNkJentJal indoreement Jnd r86lftBat
is evincing 8fneln more moreBtubborneoB morestubbocnes
BtubborneoB thaa in any a other
portion portionof IOrtloftof portionIt
of It the State StateIn StateIn StateIn
In response to queries as to lila posi ¬
tion regarding ptdtwg the th assertion as that Ohio Ohioconvtet Ohioconvict Ohioconvict
convict labor is producing nuts and bolts
used on the Panama Canal work
work early in
the afternoon the Secretary declared dec he hewould hf1loulcl hewould
would give ve heed to
F protests of labor If
made formally He said sal the t1t law aw pro ¬
hibited the War
Departments use of ofronvlct offonvlct ofLonvict
ronvlct goods but that contractors might mighteasily mighteasily
easily < uily buy such goods and Iid conceal it from
the department departmentI depart nt ntI
I shall ball investigate however however howev he said
1 usually tough off
a as too common criti criticisms erlUrill critleime ¬
rill 8 of the canal work but tnfe is an ¬
other matter and serious ifborae out U Unponds
Responds to Tonut Ton t Tlie TueSeretry Ilcnnlillc UcpnI lIe
Secretary Taft was greeted by b cheers
when The he rose to respond respo to the toast
I i shall ahall vetfture vulture ture to
speak to
you on that thatwhich thatwhkh thatwhich
which I think will
ever be
remembered lemem er6d as
the great and dtotmsuiahlngr clt8thtbU dIaUngul4 character
Istle c of McKlnieys JcKb eKlu1eya ey administratlenth admmlstratlOflthltxpansion ndmtnlstrstIonth4expansion
k expansion of the United States into a
world power powerAt powerAt powerAt
At another place pIc and In another pres ¬
ence pnc I have described de In detail the ex ¬
hibition of national altruism to be found
in the history of the United States Stata In the
last nine years the freeing 1r lng of Cuba the
benefits beru ftts conferred on the Philippines and
on Porto Rico and the beginning of tho
Panama Canal which latter Is a part p rt of
the th general ral policy of expansion inaugu ¬
rated under President McKinley
We are expending hundreds of mil ¬
lions there for the benefit of the world worldwhich worldwhich worklwhich
which it is unlikely will be returned to tous toJs
us Js in money form fo form or in trade benefit for formany formany forninny
many decades decad But this is something somethingmore somethingnlore
4 more than an experiment In altruism a1trul a1truIsmtht a1truIsmthtexpansion mth mthexpanalon this thisexpansion
expansion movement movementObligation movementOhliJntions movementObligations
Obligation Made liy 1 Spanish War WarWhen Var VarWhen TnI TnIben
When ben we entered the
Spanish i
war we wecertainly wecfrtaJnly wecrtalnly
certainly had no intention lnt
ntlotr adding to our ourterritory OUrhrritory ourterritory
territory It wax U not
until the tl war car carred ctLft ca carttl
red t td us into another part of o the world worldand worldnd worldtnd
and nd we tried to settle ttle the issues at the thend thend thend
< nd of the war that we began to realize realizethe reallatbf realimthe
the responsibilities we had assumed with withthe 1th 1ththf
the sword
Then it was that McKioiey > was wasobliged wasobl1ed wasobliged
obliged to pioneer PJo In the treaty uea ot Paris Parislie Pari PariIlf Partshf
lie was forced to assume auume responsibilities responsibilitieslikely responsibilitiesIikely roeponsibllltleslikely
likely to remain rem with 1th the American gov government government v vfrnment ¬
ernment for several veral generations ftlU01la possibly possiblya poe
a entury centuryThere < enturyThere enturyThere
There were many who ho hoped it might mightbf m mightpossible ht htbt
bf possible in the treaty to avoid taking takingtiie takingthe takingu
the u Philippines Pbn ppha or taking Porto Rico and andthat andthat andthat
that under the Teller resolution we should shouldpart shouldJarf shouldIart
part with Cuba and avoid adding to our ourterritorial ourtprrltorlal ourttrjtftiI
territorial jurisdiction But It was W ft im impracticable 1m 1mJt Imact1cabIe ¬
practicable Jt acticable The conditions eoadltJo of the islands islandswe l islandswe laDd laDdwe
we took from Spain forced us to hold hoMthem holdthem holdthem
them themIndeed themIndeed themIndeed
Indeed it soon became apparent that thatthe tl at atthe thatthe
the Teller resolution was w of doubtful doubtfulutility dcNbtfuluUltty doubtfulUtility
utility to Cuba Cuba herself and that it might mightContinued mightContinued mightContinued
Continued on Pn Pnge e 3 Column G GThe 6The CP10
l The Safety Sftfet nfet of Your B Depolh po Hi HiTrust
ri Is abaolatem absolute in the bankjn banking dept of Union 1
Trust Co 15th and H sIn s Under super ¬
vision islon of U S Treasury Interest paid
on all accounts subject to check checkLook cb checkLook k kIonk
Look Out Out Lumber Prices Much Lower
Frank Libbey Co 6th N Y ave nw nwz
Drniiiatixt with Xotal Xonllle onlIe Ie C Cn Czut is Gives GivesIlrt GhcltiJrMt GIvesPlrtt
Ilrt Ierformniiee lcrforiun iiee of 1nNtc 1nNtcIondon Wnnt Vzi u uLondon M MIxindon
London Jan 29 Cranvllle Barker BarkerWaste BarkersWast BarheraWastp
Waste Wast the play which gained some somenotoriety 80 80notortty santenotorloty
notoriety through the centor euMr1 Ma hat hatjust Utjust hatmet
just undergone uRdtt ne Ute te performance rtrmaaen rtrmaaenry neees neeessary usse ussesary
sary ry to insure IJUI lre a copyright The venue venuewas v vwas vomitwas
was the Savoy Theater and the tb c cwas a au ai aiwas
was u the tb moat curious that has Vx Vxappeared r rapJKaRd
appeared on the London stays staysG tapG >
G B B Shaw Sha the wellknown awtAocImpersonated a1fUleJmper awtAoc antharimpersonated
i Impersonated Jmper onatect the Karl E T of Worehaw WoI WorehaDIbtrrsv WorehawD q
D Dr Xurray formerly prafeasftr PIOttl PIOttlGreek of ofGreek ccGreek
i Greek at the Glasgow University rnh f fp ap ¬
peered p 1 ac a Lord Charles Cbarl CanteUuBo CanteUuBoThe eatuv eatuvThe IantoJupeThe
The novelists ov lItll H a G Wells and Howe Howentan Houan hessman
man an Galsworthy and the dramwtle dramwtlecritic c1rallNttSerrIU drtnietticritic
rrIU critic William Archer flllftd the ether ethermale Qtlt Qtltmale othermale
male roles while wlul the tll tl wives Ivea oC Msssra MsssraShaw l MuurnShaw Nn NnShaw
Shaw Wells and Barker were among amongthe amo amothf amongthe
the leading leadln women The audience audien e con consisted con5isted coi coiMsted ¬
sisted of one person who ho paid one oneguinea ofteguinea Oneguinea
guinea for his seal seaiHUGHES seatHllllES
Republican County Commit Coniniitteo C01l1nl Committee t ttee
Chairman Pamonit in Control Denpltej Delltllte DelltllteVelletl fleapiteVeiled
Veiled Attacks by l the Oilell Ouch Men JfcnRellolntlnn MenReanlutlon j
Renolntion Favoring tile h Governor GovernorIs
Is Strongly Worded nUll Delega Delegation Dclegatlon flelegaliOn ¬
liOn io Chiontfo Will Vili Ill He Inntructed
New York Jan 3 The Th Republican RepubHoancounty RepubltouCKlUDty Republicancounty
county committee Indersad Gov Hughes Hvgrhestonight Hughestonight
tonight for the Republican nomination
for President from thIs State by a avnanlmoUB anlmou8 aunanimous
unanimous vote Th The resolution also M iAdMHd in
doraed the administration of President
Roosevelt RooseveltChairman RooeevltCMJrmUl RoceeveitChairman
Chairman Parsons and his friends in inslated bIslated Inaimed
slated at the meeting of the executive executivecommittee oxeeutfftoommlttee executivecommittee
committee held in the afternoon that thatrMOlution any anyresolution sayresolution
resolution favoring the selection of Gov G
lilglletl as 5 the c for the PreMdenttal PreMdenttalDomllltloft PresldenUanomination
nomination of the loeal aI Republican or organisation organliatlon ¬
ganisation should contain a clause com commending commending cornmending
mending the administration of President
Roosevelt ROOMV RoosevelLThere RooseveltThere ll llThere
There was some opposition oPpo UJon to this propo proposition ptopoaitlon ¬
sition don on the part of William HaJpta and andsome AndJIOme andsome
some four others of the Odell district districtleaders tll districtIders tI1et tI1etlII
leaders lII in the executive ex uUve committee but butwhen butwhen
when hen It was agreed by Mr Parsons and
those back of him bin that that part of the theresolution tileresolution theresolution
resolution relating r relaUn la nli to Mr rr Hugh should shouldbe fIhouldbe shouldbe
be more strongly worded than the original originalresolution orlxtnalI originalreOlUtIon
I resolution and should pledge the commit committee eommittee committee ¬
tee not only to indorse the governor overuor but butto butto
to work for te the sending S of aa najnstructI najnstructIdOItIO JaatnlCtecldele instructed
delegation dele dOItIO tlon for him to ChIea Chicago the OMIt Odellmen OMItmen 04th 04thfle
men fle finally consented to the insertion of ofthe oCUae ofthe
the Roosevelt clause clauseVote eta clauseVole
Vote ote IN b UllanhnoUIITIle UuznliiiouThe Unnnliiionw UnnnliiionwThe
The meeting 1IM ut elag of tbe county committee committeewhiA eGlRmttt eGlRmtttWII committeeWkit
whiA WII was held his d in the Murray UIIV Hill Ly Lyceum 14UM Lyceuk ¬
ceum ceuk UM was wa unanimous 90 g far as the vot votmg votfor votlug
mg for UM rseahtttem IWaIU watt w eoneemel concerned but butthat butthat t tthat
that the sgbt gbt against aga alii Mr tlr Ir Parsons Prson to cdR cdRon sti1 sti1on
on was made clear by the Odell men menwho men menwbo menwho
who under the guise of f seeking to ps psthe p
the Httgbes H Jlu ws resolution re at t the last tw tWIt tWItlIIeetIa t
lIIeetIa oC the com1l committee t have been
really wonting < to u ucontrol undermine Mr Parsons Panonscontrol Parsonscontrol
control of the organisatHm organisatHmMr erudzatlanr > n nlr
Mr r Parsons p was taunted tonight by bymen bymen bymen
men Ilk 10 Sdward dward ward Lauterbach and Abe AbeOruber AbeGnbPr AbeOruber
Oruber far r calling a a special meeting of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the committee to indorse Gov Hughes Hughesonly Hughesonly besonlr
only because he e had received Ived permieskm permieskmfrom MWIII1MIoafrom perms1onfrom
from Washington to do so and because becauseateo becauea180 becausealso
also it was realised 1iaed In Washington Wub that thatto Utatto thatto
to continue the opposition to Gov Hughes Hughesmight Ru Rundebt Hughesntlht
might mean the th losing of the State to the theRepublican theRepubUca theRepublicn
Republican party in the coming election electionFaction eJeeUonPnction electionPnctioii
Faction Still at War Vnl
It was apparent at tonights meeting meetingthat meetln meetlnthat meetingthat
that while the two factions in th the organi organization Grpaizatlon orgauhzatlon ¬
zatlon had agreed STeed in the afternoon to topass tothe topass
pass the compromise resolution which was waspresented 1118presented waspresented
presented to the meeting of th the county countycommittee countTcommittee countycommittee
committee the factionalism factlonaU in the com committee ImlUee cornmitise ¬
mittee is as bitter as ever and that in 1 the thenext theDXt thenext
next few months month Mr Ir Parsons will have to tolight todght tolight
light hard to retain his control of the thecommittee thecommittee thecommittee
committee committeeBUSY committeeBUSY
YI1l Ill Mnk0 Inko Jlany SleechcH III New XevPork NewYork
York ami New Jersey JemeyNew Jcnc JcncNw JerseyNew
New York Jan 9 LWI1lisrn William WUU m J Bryans Bryansagents BrylUlspnts Bryansagents
agents in this city have given 10 out the theitinerary uteitinerary
itinerary of o his tour beginning be nllin < next week weekthrough weekthroup weekthrough
through this 8 State and New Jersey He Hewill He1ill Hewilt
will get here on Monday night or orTuea orTueaday Tues Tuesday Teesday ¬
day morning and on Tuesday night he
te to speak in the Carnegie Hall for the
Civic Forum ForumOn FommOn ForumOn
On Wednesday morning he he will talk talkon talkon talkon
on foreign missions at the Hotel Man Manhattan Manhattan ¬
hattan at 4 oclock in the afternoon he hewill hewill
will 111 address a the Young Mens eas Hebrew As Association AsoeiitIon A ASIOelatton ¬
sociation at Ninetyfourth street and Lox Lexington LeIngton Loxlngton ¬
ington avenue and at night he will be bethe bethe bethe
the guest of the Economic Club ClubOn ClnbOn ClubOn
On Thursday under the gt guidance ldance of
I the i isew New jersey JerRY Progressive regressive Democratic tleznocratiLeague
League lie will m address three meetings meetingsI
in Jersey City will drop drop In for a few fewminutes fewminutes fewminutes
minutes at a dinner in Passaic and at atnight atnight atnight
night will make a speech sp at a mass massmeeting masmeeting massmeeting
meeting in h Newark NewarkOn NewarkOn
On Friday night nl ht he will speak in InSchenectady InSchenectady
Schenectady and before winding wln lng up his histrip hIatriP hI hItrip
trip at Buffalo on February IS 1 b he will wiUspeak willspeak 111 111speak
speak at Plnttsburg Pmtt burg and Malone and will willlecture wfltJectJre willlecture
lecture in Montreal Canada CanadaLISBON eanadaLISBON CanadaLISBON
Kliii Order Orders Police to Expel Rioterfrom Itioterfrom Rioter Uotcrlfrom
from Co Countr CountrI Country CountryLisbon nn try tryLisbon
Lisbon I bon Jan 29 There was consider considerable Conaiderable considerable ¬
able rioting here this afternoon aid soy several leVera soyeral ¬
eral era people peo weVe w mortally wounded The Themob The11IIOb Themob
mob was armed with revolvers and at attimes attimes t ttim
11IIOb times s there was heavy firing firingThe firingi firingThe
i The king bag signed slgne a decree decre which whichpractically whJchpraeUcaUy whichprctlcnUy
practically empowers the police courts to toexpel toexpel toexpel
expel suspects from the country be becaase becaIIH hecasse
caase the prisons are crowded Some Someleaders SOIIMleadens Someleaders
leaders of the agitation will be trans transported tra traported transported ¬
ported to the Island of Timor in the
Malay Archipelago ArchipelagoYarmouth Archlp1agoYarmouth J Jl
Yarmouth l armouth Denies StntclllentLcntclon Statement StatementLondon StntciiientLeaden
London Jan 21 aThe The solicitor lIcltor for the theEarl tbeEul tueEarl
Earl of Yarmouth whom wife formerly
Alice Thaw of Plttsbur PItt8burg Is seeking the theannulment thelUUIulmfnt thaannulment 1
annulment of her marriage says says there thereis tberefa
is no truth in the statement stat mm that the thecountess thecounte thecountess
countess agreed to leave 1e e er her fortune forLun to toher toht tOher
her ht r husbands family Camil if she died without withoutissue witb withoutIssue ut utlieue
issue issueAnother lieueJnohtir Issuetnot1er
Another Drop In Price of Lumber
Frank Libbey Llb y Co 6th N Y ave nw
f I ON H HIS1AY y > 1
Successor to Dr Stafford to tor toBe 1
1 Be Announced AnnouncedPATHEE AnnouncedFATHER AnnouncedFATHER
Cardinal RililioiiN Itri lxleCh > ecl < < l to H 0 Make MakePnl MakePuhilic Ink InkPnhllc
Pnl Pnhllc lic Name of o Iutnre Pastor of ofSt ofSt ofSI
St Patrick When Jwn lie Itetnrns to toUnltimore 10ultlmoleFatlacr toBnltlnlorePgiflier
Unltimore ultlmoleFatlacr Fatjior IliiMweH flu sel1 Is Abciiit AbciiitIortyflve AOutIfort bou j jlfortyflve
Ifort Iortyflve c Years Yenr of otA Age e
festal sl IS iii Th < WnMnlH W H Jler ltuitDILIIJmSVO t tDatu M MJhUamore
JhUamore Datu eo j Ju n anWhen Wheu 1wn Caratnal CaratnalCHbbons CanMnalGibbon caMbialGibbons
Gibbon returns from Boston tomorrow tomorrowhe tAtrRGITOI
I he te expected o announce nounce that Rev RevWulfcun n n011aIn BvWililam
Wulfcun 011aIn T Iluasell who has been MentaJy gecre gecretary acre acretary
tary to his emmence for fourteen
yeans y ybat yesraline
has been selected JecWIII to succeed Dr Stafford Stafforda
a At pastor of St Patricks Pa DiCk a Church of ofWashington ofW ofWashington
Washington WashingtonThat W WashingtonThat lftgt lftgtThat
That Father Russell R Had bean select selected selectad Jeet Jeetfd
ed as the result of o the conferences hold holdat MIdat heldat
at St Marys Mary
Seminary on
Monday at alwhich atwbleh atwhich
which Bishop Cards Curt presided tI8Ided in the ab absence absence absteno ¬
sence of the cardinal eanJt was 1 learned to tonight 18nlpht tonight ¬
night from a source lOU e considered coa to be bewell bewell bewelt
well informed Ne onlctal confirmation confirmationcouM conftrmlL1oncould couarmattocoukl
could be gotten g gbuen t1en on the subject on account
of the absence of the cardinal from th thcity tM tMclty thecity
city cityl
l Horn orlJ in Baltimore BaltimoreFather Dn1thnorFather BaltimoreFather
Father Russell is 1 a Baittmefsan Bthtluto and andwas aadwu andwas
was born about fortyfive years ago o He Helived HeJived Helived
lived in Seat ast
Baltimore and for
years yearsattended yearsattencJed yearsattended
attended St St Patricks Parochial Schools SchoolsLater Se SeLater SchoolsLater
Later he took took tooka a course at Loyola and St StCharles StCharSell StChrles
Charles colleges when he went wentRoute to toRome toRome
Rome but lit health forced bun to t return r rtUIJt re rePturn
turn to this country and sic he finished life lifeeducational 1116educational ht hteducational
educational coarse at St St Marys Mry IarTS Semi SemiJlarJ Seminary
After me ordination he was given charge chargeor
of St Luke LukeIPrtsk Lukes Parish ar Hyattsville H ttsvllle being bafttgthe bolMgthe beingthe
the Aral pastor Aor of St St Lukes Church ChurchWhile ChurchWhfle ChurchWThfle
While there h lie found time to make fre frequent treqUttnt frequest ¬
quest trips trIi to Washington where here he at attended att8lH1tMl attended ¬
tended lectures at the Catholic Univer University Unh1stty Unhers1ty ¬
sity which later honored him with
a adegree ftd fthther adegree
degree degreeFather d degreeFather
Father Rueseli R is well thought thou ht of in Inthis
this city and ha hag 114 a Host of friends wjlo wjlowill wJlowill whowill
will be sorry to t tomo see iee him leave his iktive iktiveplace ri thitive thitiveplace tho
place but none will regret that he h has
been signally honored with so important importanta
a poet as the charge char e of St Patrfaks
Washington Vashl on
Secnritlci Withdrawn Itli d rnvn from fee in Sale SaleCash SnleCalh SaleCash
Cash Is l Pourinjr in inNew InNew InNew
New York Jan 29 2DTho The receivers of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Knickerbocker nlckerbockt > r Trust Company Companywithdrew Compnnywithdrew Companywithdrew
withdrew most of the th securities adver advertised adertlQd atherUsed ¬
Used for sale at auction today at the theexchange thexchaMge tileexchange
exchange salesrooms 14 Vesey street streetThe slr streetThe t tThe
The reason given for tho withdrawals withdrawalswas
was wa that the securities had
been taken takenup tak takenup m mup
up upon payment aYm nt of the loans for forwhlcfe forwbl forwhich
which wbl h they had ha stood tOO HS collateral collateralThe collal collateralThe r l lThe
The receivers reported report d today todB that
they have tGS 960521655 IGS5 In cash They Theysaid TIleysaid
said that they were greatly great1 pleased pleasedwith pleasedwith pleaseiwith
with the progress which had been made mlu1e1eeentIy mnlerecently j
recently In the collection of debts due duelthe dueth duethe
the th company
Pursued liy h Court Order Ord 1 to Produce ProdnceCompnnyH ProlncCompnn ProduceCompanys
CompnnyH Compnn DookNew Booka BookaNew Hook HookNew
New York Jan 29
Arme Armed with an or order 01der ortIer ¬
der signed si ed by Judge Holt of the UniteY UniteYStates Untt LnfliStates
States District Court Charles L Brookf Brook Brookhetm Brookhelm
helm receiver of the Plasmon Company Companya Compltn Compltnhkrast
a hjwakTast food concern which went Into to
bankruptcy 1M kruPtcy a few weeks ago Is looking
for Mark Twain at one time acting presi pr St ¬
dent of the company compan to t get him to pro produce produee produco ¬
duce the papers and books booksMr booksMr booksMr
Mr Clemens sailed for Bermuda a few
days ago agoA a agoA o oA
A In Carte Lunch Served Daily Dan
At EcKstelns from 12 to toi 2 1412 N T ave aveAnother ave aveAnoher av avAnofher
Another Reduction Get Our Price LI List Lilltnmk <
Frank nmk Libbey Co 6th N Y ave nw
I f
Calls Senate S Leliates Cllote Attention to toftcterteed J > tt tttft b i iI
tft I JO lt 9 1I t tA
j r f
t tw
A w 1i 1iIIMDt
ftcterteed aa the talkie talkiemast eleW eleWment
mast Printing Q oece ce ta teIts aronjrtj iy perform peribemIts performUs
Its work for torTIle Cejncresa CejncresaThe uirom uiromThe
The Massachusetts Senators ugs remarks remarkswere IftIIIb1lIe remarkswere
were 1lIe plainly tniy swnr spurred d by no tttOe 0W fe teen feeling Hng
He H showed that a number nu of reports reportIJell as aswell aswell
well ell as some byte which were wer scheduled scheduledon
on the calendar ndar to come coip
up yesterday had hadnot baAt hadnit
not t yet reached the
although a acopy acopy acopy
copy of each bin and each report should
have been bse upon the desk de of each ee b Senator
He said he desired particularly to direr direrthe
the attention of SeutOlllto Senators to tb tb4auP
Of aghim as h tIst Jt te te4ueh 35
tjmch ph seeming Men Insuftlr InsuftlrGREAT 1fluffiEIeyiud Iefae d ee cS cSGREAT
Dill PBKKCK Pu er HlaliHtii Htlou Al AlJVo tImi tImiNO 10111
111 JVo Power PowerBerlin ponerB PowerBecUn
Berlin Jan The Reichstag a atodal passed passedtoday pomedtoday
today the ne iVy bill bU1 nrevidtog < for huge hugehtetftaaes arpIIaeIeuN lameluemesee
htetftaaes th thf socialists aid Poles alone aloneowwetee aIoeeu aloeopIg
owwetee it u Admiral J tbI von Thptta secre secretary JItCNtary seem seemtail ¬
tary of the i Imperial admiralty in wwd wwdh IIIbg wtiulhg
h bg up p the d bte bte e win repudiated UIIt tile tileeu Sodbjltol SodbjltolconteatkmT Soat SoatcoateUo
conteatkmT eu coateUo u hat the htarease facft facftAt was aims aimed aimedat
At GNat i PItghi
We We are aiming at nobody aobodyDO nobed CNIhilY CNIhilYno
I no parttcuk 11 country The relations relaUoatweea be between h htwesu ¬
tween natk aatkU in are too indefinite to toIt mate matejit aakait
jit It possible P to build a fleet against any
definite et ci iwny We are only following toilowiR
i In the ste ati of the other sea powers powersWOMER powersYOMR or orWOMEN
Say Soif finlaw inlaw of Sam Jones Used UsedIndecent UsedIndeoent UsedThdeoent
Indecent Language LanguageJnry LanguageGcorgla LanguageCeirgh
Gcorgla Grand Jury Indicts Indlc Kev Keve Ih IhJlr ItciIr
Jlr Ir l 1 lolomitbe Jl IJe e for Scoring Given GiVenhom
hom the PulpIt
i t
c lemie > WS On Jan J 8hr For the al alase 11tse4 1 1letA
1tse4 letA ase e of C improper kupgimg tt th thp tbf tbfIeIIeDf
IeIIeDf preeesc p of ladled while fa the Tabernacle Tabernacleer TeleJMdtIIt Tberlmdipulpit I
pulpit pnlnltItuTlct j RK er Walter Hofcwmb rr was today todayi wdayIndlct tadn
ItuTlct ItuTlctgreat Indlctl i by the grand jury Hoteombe te telalaw h I
8 a SOR sonf lalaw and coworker of the late lateMM lateSam Iat IatSam I
Sam J Jt
MM 8L J Jalleged J1JI a
1JI The alleged u8Pd offense occurred at the tbeoeethig thegreat I
great 131 131Taberf 1 oeethig held here In the Sam Jones Jonesmicle JeaesT1ib i
Taberf T1ib rT SemiI
micle anI teat fall A sermon to men meniy m mmly rosionly I
only iy 1 Rev French Oliver was adver adverfor advertised advorUsed
Used i for Sunday afternoon and 5CM peo
g were r
Idle i proMnt n tl they not understanding understandingOliver u undestandtngthat d n lg lgthat
that Oliver was vas to preach to men only onlytough OBI OBIAIU oelyAlti
AIU tough it was as raining raIi < heavily Hol HolB Ho Hocom Holocml
com ocml B asked the the women to leave Je before beforera beforetl1e beforethe
the s rieon ra > on began Owing to the rain the theen thewO thewoint
wO woint sloW in and Hol HolieJt Holcoml Holcomi
en n wr ero sk slow r departing
coml ieJt ie te alleged began to shame shamefee shametheIR sbmethom
theIR theIRI I tt fee 14 wanting 1faai to hear r Olivers words wordstat words8r wordsfor
8r 111 tat only aJy at the same me time mention mentionW menUonJn metlonleg
Jn leg d W ot the things that wo would W b be die dtethe dieeuso dieeueot
euso eueot <
b the sermon sermonalleged sermonIt mon monIt
It 11 alleged that Hoicombe was s very veryjfevt veryfft1k veryfrflk
fft1k 1 jfevt used U ied words werd that are never neverI neerok neverpokOni
pokOni ok nJ I f si A a pulpit Much lucl1 Indignation Indignationd
was r d and nd Holcombes indictment indictmentFOR IndictmentfalloW
1 falloW falloWVE 1
Jnr s Firm JInd Had a Rltfht to toi toRIchards
i RIchards Stock
N Ne f p Jan 2A A jury i if In the SUe So Sopre i
pre f f returned a verdict trdlt today tt1 = day In InB indl Infae
fae dl B t and 0 F Thomas on a ation aof astoc
stoc of Idon tion Philip Richards sued suedand suec1theJ suedthe
theJ the I Ieo 14 4 and Edwin M r Post t Hen tefIco n ne
eo i e brokerage firm of Thomas Thomasi4 ThomasI rhoma rhomar
I r 1 i4 am i2l < L He charged cha ed that thatUIY thatUIYIJ they theyar theyhadj
IJ hadj I j t Ior ar r his bl account a from March March1W1 Marchi
1 tL t IbM Union Pacific and nd Die Dlsjiad Dl DltUlel Dietiller
tiller C jiad nd that t t they sold him himproper himt himout
out t proper notice notkwlawyer notictTl
Tl i lawyer laW contended ti t t4 t t tMay 1 <
May 1 a 1 r was u panic day ti tit tin tinUle
the i t tn all 11 to t pieces that at the the4ad s
broli tad ad Indulg Indulged d nls Pv Pvto partiect fU
tJeu tiect to the HnI IIft that the thev the11mm
firm v ily for i margins marginsand Jn marginato rsin3
to i and nd that they sold soldcordaitce
the cordaitce with stock stockle stoQkcoxch stockexch
coxch exch
le of Azaleas Azaleastone AzoleoJJAt AzaleasAt
At t 1 tone 14th and H lL ILJS
Humored Roosevelt May Ma Yet YetGet YetGet Yetet
Get et Into RaceTAPi1S RaceTAFTS Race RaceTAPTS
Senators nnd Ilci IICIJreHentathCJI > reentntive Hear HearM lIellrI helL r rMysterious
M Mysterious I Kterionx Ih iteport Jl > iiort Source of ofAVhicjli ofVhJul1 a t
AVhicjli I Is hi Xot KBO Known VII and It Bf BffsQt Hffeat I
feat IN I to Damagre Dal1lnc Atlminlftraiioii AtlminlftraiioiiInflnenoe tl lIJ1I tllaUOIl tllaUOIlluf1uenoc 1 1Intluneje
Inflnenoe in MrtUoritj Hart HartSenators rrt3 rrt3SenatOltl lartySenators Bfj
Senators and RepresenUUres aU are re reterest show showmg showlag
mg lag interest terest to a suggestion on thai has come cometo COllIeIe coin S Sto
to them t m in a a way to make it worthy of ofconsideration atCOUIkIeratJea a q qcoasldertIOn
consideration that 1C Secretary Taft TaltIIOt if ifnot i 0 01nated
not nominated nate4 for President t on the Jrst JrstMBot I1St1IItIIDt rs t thaaot
MBot at the Chicago 8 convention in Ju JuUM lutu Jum Jumthe
UM convention may be at atanipesed npeaed f tor torPnIUeat to r rPresident rPredett
President KooseveH KooseveHThere ROOIIiIIIekThere RooasvdtThere
There te a Jtejioejilna If fj It among other otherdidater 0 0dldat8 o odidate
didater than Taft Tatj who have beard th thM tit titto 4 4suggestion
M suggestion gcedon to II doubt ratat that it has the tiletIeII sam sanction ¬
tion of the PrenMent but It has bucftolat been beencirculated bee U
circulated cftolat hculatsd by men friendly to Mr Ir Roose Roosevelt RooseftIt i ¬
volt and Mr r Taft and for that reason rene IU
the q qtended qu Is 1tIIIWr MIte Is is It bt bttAIIIHd in inteisded
tended as a thwe tIIt or te It a a mere Wolf Wolfto hintto
to make he the adlnfeilitrations tIoIIl opponents opponentSgo
90 to Taft to save n the country from an another II IIother another ¬
other term of Roosevelt HooaevehSome RooeeveItSome RooseveltSome
Some of o the prominent Republicans who whoh whoe
h tTC ve e bea board rd the rumor believe that It was wasput waaput wasput
put in circulation MtettikmaJty tIoJMIlI7 While Whilenone Wblhnone Whilenone
none of them seem to be af the opinion opinionthat opinionthat opinionthat
that It emanated from the White House Housethere Housethere e etlaere
there te a considerable number who are aremeHned azeItIeIIMd am1 am1hicihted
meHned to the the vi vM vW that the rumor has hasn huiteea baabeen
iteea been n n put out throng tbrmiih throih preRiranBement Old orfthe Oldtile o othe
the part of overaeakw friends of the theSecretary theS4Cfetary theSecretary
Secretary of War WarHas WarJInl Warlitis
Has Bad HfTect hilTecton on Taft TnftK TaftIt TaftIf
K the stories have ave had any offset at all allIt aUit alLIt
It has been to make the friend of other othercandidates vtbercandidates edher5fl4id5te
candidates than Taft come a step nearer nearerin nearerIn nearerhi
in the direction of effecting rff UDg a a combination combinationamong eoabiDattonamong combinationsmong
among themselves to prevent the salutes nomination noml nomltlon salutestioli ¬
tion of any a cawVdate cnddt of Mr Rooseveifs Rooseveifsselection ROOIteve1ta1eeUon Rooseveltsselection
selection The opponents of the Fred Presidents Pr Prdents Fredents ¬
dents ents policies within the Republican party partywere partywere partywere
were more confident than ever yesterday yesterdaythat yesterdaytbat yesterdaythat
that they were gaining lnlng strength atre th and that thatby thatby thatby
by holding together they would be able ableto ableto ableto 8
to prevent Sir 1 Taf Tafts fs nomination nominationThe IIOIIIlnaUonThe nominationThe
The gains made m de by Mr Taft have not notbeen notcontlnuecl notbeen 1
been continued since Gov Go Hughes Hu b indi india Indlcatecl
catecl a that he would ookl be a candidate for the th p
Republican nomi nomination sac It it Is is surLnu surLnuthat ted tedthat
that if he makes the right kind of a aspeech aspeech a aepSeCli
speech in New ew York on Friday night nightnu nightmuch nIghtmuch
nu much ch of Tafts present Pl lellt strength will Jw Jwnnlnned be inI
nnlnned ed and the Hnghes Hn candidacy will willbe winbe willbe H I
be strengthened to a corresponding degree degreeThere decreeThere
There was a disposition ttIon at the Capitol Capitolyesterday CaPItGL t
yesterday to laugh at the suggestion JU e Uon that thatSenator thatSenator t L
Senator W Murray urra1 Crane of Maesachu Maesachuetta Mehuiett Massachusetts
iett etta te friendly Instead of unfriendly to tothe toUtO t4 t4the I
the Taft boom and may be the adminis administrations AdmlnlstraUons ¬
trations selection for Vice President on onthe oattbe oi oithe I
the ticket with Taft TaftCrane TaftCraue TaftCrane
Crane Not ot a Candidate CandidateSenator CaIHUlnteSenator
Senator Cranes Crane friends declared declaredpositively decltlfedpoalUely declaredpositively I
positively that Mr Crane has no am amMUon un unbtUon II
MUon to 1 Vice President and that thathe thathe tha thahe a t
he could not permit htasif to be nomi nominated nomlnted nominatad ¬
nated for that office on the ticket with withTaft withTaft withTaft
Taft or any Anyone one else It was explained explainedby explainedby explainedby
by Uice th e friends of Mr r Crane that thatwhile thatwhUe thatwhile
while he has a very high bl < h regard per personally pernally perjovially ¬
jovially nally for Secretary Taft and believes believeshe belteeshe believeshe
he Is a man of much force of character characterand characterand characterand
and high legal ability Mr Crane has hasfost h hlost haslost
lost patience with Ith the manner In which whichthe whlehthe whichthe
the Taft campaign Is Using g conducted conductedby couduetedby coeduetedby
by some someoC of Its managers mAna r and would re refuse refuee ¬
fuse to be connected with It so long as aspresent aspresent aspresent I
present methods are continued continuedMr continuedMr continuedMr
Mr Crane is 1 represented as of the theoninlon theopinion theopinion
opinion that the attempt which is be beIne beIng being
Ing mado by the Federal Fed administration raladminlstrUonand administrationand
and Secretary Taft to eliminate Sena ¬
I tor Foraker from politics Is a rank and andi andcruel an anru1 I
I cruel ru1 i injustice injustice to an honest Iont man Mr
Crane It is said wm w11l n nwith never make maae terms termswith terms termswith
with the Taft following so long as the tbefi tit tittIght thetWilt
fi tIght ht against alnst Senator Foraker Is con continued continued cOntinned ¬
tinued It is asserted ass rted that he feels very verydeeply verydeeply ery eryeepl
deeply eepl this assault on Mr Foraker be believW beJielng behieving
lievW Jielng as he does that It Is based on ona ona
a false assumption a and has neither neitherright neitherright neitherright
right nor judgment behind it It
1 1I
Army Men Pu I d Under 111 ills Historical HistoricalBerlin JllstorlcnlCntechillm historicalS
S CntechillmI Cntechillm CniiecIiIslnBerlin
I Berlin Beritn Jan T t1Ie He reviewing the th re rerratts reta reIs
rratts ta tor the Pivot RegIment Kft Iment of Guards GuardsIt GmPetII GuardsPetidam
It PetII Pet0e UI > m today the I IQOser r was seized seizedIwlth idzedwith seizedwith
Iwlth with an impute pule e to examine them In Intory hte htetory h htory
tory and general knowledge kaowlu e T The t rMU1ta rMU1taillappolatecl
disappointed his majesty who found the tbemen theen theInca
men Inca men he questioned Ignorant of matters mat iuttars ¬
tars 1818 dear to himself IncluflteS German Germanlegends amaaleg Germanlegt
legends leg legt ndII and the history of the Hohanol Hohanollerns Hoh 110110Z101lames nel nelern
lames ern
One man of somewhat t superior educa education educatioli uea ueatIoD ¬
tion who be failed to w make satisfactory IICctorT re replies re reneelwcl re rereceived ¬
plies received the th admonition You Youwould YOtIwould
would do better if you read fOme eome ome serious seriousbooks 1f1eua 1f1euabookJJ
books booksThe bookJJThe booksThe
The Kaisers Kal r dissatisfaction Ufaction was some somewhat 501Wwhat ¬
what appeased when he applied tests to toascertain toasctrtain
ascertain rtalnthe the mens men knowledge knowlecl of o purely purelymilitary pur ly
military matters regarding which be befound befound
found them tbem invariably correctly In Informed
formed formedSPIRITS
Sheriff Hides idM Prisoner After AftellHe
He Admits Guilt
Unless Unle M A A3J1tHInut rtllnut of 3fr Mrs I 3fnry Jlnr Buggy
Wnrd Is Taken from Culvert Conn Connty OOUIIt
ty He May 31ft Meet Ieet Snmmnry Pate PatteSaftl
Said to Hare E Ecopel cnpcd from the theWorkhouse theorkhonae
Workhouse orkhonae at Raleigh X C Cj CieIII1
ieIII1 j M 1 ta I lIe Wtftttfa WtftttfaPrbwe I ItrIIIce Usald
Prbwe Fredertck 1red MAI ML M Jan J 1 1J JeJm JeJmJeoec J
J Jeoec o es eolored tee J6o Xnwn wn as John HDor HDorUM rArtHr
UM and Arthvr Rand n who vo 1M attaeimd atAteklllli Mm MmJftMT ra
JftMT inr7 Bwjgy Vfmv 1 w would wid have been beentynohed ltMttt beenlynched
lynched today but t far Sheriff B D Mead MeedWhtto Mead1h1le MoodWhile
While a bearing nearwsr was being held In the theease tMat theease
ease at the home be of Mrs Ward < one man manboldly ilia iliabokI1J manboldly
boldly offered oIlen to take tak the negro from fromtht fromtbt
the sheriff shert and lynch h him in the presence presenceof pteHfteeof pesseneeof
of the two magtetretw PKratPS who were pre presiding pre preIddfac peesiding ¬
siding In the cam Mr Mrs JL Ward wen vol volunteered voIunt ¬
unteered unt to nrecvre procure the therope Jt rope > p with which whichthe wI1Iebtbe whichthe I
the men could hang g her assailant assailantThe t tTIM
The man who made the offer oer waa waabacked waaback I
backed back up by at least twentyeight men menwho menwbe menwho ii I
who were detcmteed te t take the Ufe of ofBand offor r
Band for 01 the deed he had committed committedbut emntIttdbut Mtttec1 Mtttec1but S
but Sheriff MM M Nad who whoUd had a a number of ofdepoties DCepau 1 1doas P
depoties with him a aI of whom wore worefaily weret
fully t armed tIM t ld the Irate roan that tbatW8UId he hewould he hewould I
would protect prot Ma prlgoncr prner with Ms We Weand lifeud Uf
and that he wt ita prepared for any kind kindf kindel hinEof j I
el f a a conflict conflictPenred tOII4IctPeared conflictFenred
Penred fo Cnn Cause c nroortHliert nroortHliertThe DlootlHh B7OoIlslldThe ll llThe
The only ttt tlltttg g that t t acted as a deter deternmt etftrent
rent on the men n was tate ftot that it Itd WM WMbr I
br i ieyjtopt Is and 6 they erhleiiqy sas t 41d M Mearn Mt Mteeft a acam t
earn cam t foo tN l8viN W a 8Pt S > t that would WOMWdewfCenV auW auWNOftft mi miIrech
dewfCenV have > proven disajtnm JItrpItJDJMttJa JItrpItJDJMttJaair to toj <
j UF T r air rw w e r anxious 18 tolynch 18Ipdt
lynch the negro were we also fully armed armedBand armedRand armedRand
Rand feB upon his knee knees and begged for formerry formelrJ to or r rmercy
merry For a a moment the tension was wasgreat wu1Ieat wa waTOt
great TOt Sheriff Mead put on a bold front frontThen frontTheIl fromThen > L
Then he disappeared with ate h prisoner and andtonight aadtolIWIIt an ii iitonight
tonight is in hiding Mrs Y Ward has iden identified ic1eaWIe4I identilled B ¬
tilled the negro as her oMc assllanL assllanLswesttd lUuit lUuitRsnd llanLBInd
BInd was sweated at Prince Fredericks Frederickstown FMerldratown FTO4OFICLStown
town this morning < by States State Attorney J JFrank JFraak J JFrank
Frank Parran and a by Sheriff Mead but buthe butbe hiu Bt t the
he stoutly denied all the charges C e8 made madeagainst madettpfut 16 a aagaing
against him When he reached Mrs L
bone however he broke down tIowaa a I
4 4 admitted a soinginto g1Dto the room where wbe 5 e
Mi Mft MTIWard ward v W
s but still 4111 denied aaaek
n aJctl rrom1cbouJlte rrom1cbouJlteR frolic I1ouse I1ouseRand >
Rand R lt Itj said ald 14 eacajMd MeApetltrol from fromhouee tb tbboa frinflb frinflbhouse
house boa at iKioigh N C Jut Oct Octwhere k kIaeTe Octob3l
where IaeTe he was Drying n a sentence of eight eightyears el aigh Sht it t tJears I
years for burgle IJurgar it i is aim a understood understoodthat unc1entoodthat 4
that he is wanted wantedJ t n Raleigh for nwrder nwrderand IRVItIeran merle r
and an that N reward w i ww been offered for forhis forbia f a
his apprehension AccfegMg A g to informa a atloI1 t
tkm received here the negro 1lO was 1fUtlU8ty 8 a atrusty
trusty at the workhouse and Jie took tookadvantage tookadvaat to toadvantage < Ic
advantage advaat of this and made de Ms s escape escapeThe Ma MaThe
The state of feeling flln in this county unty r Is tenow Isnow
now very hfe 1118 and it is simply acase a aSheriff cue eof of ofSheri
Sheriff Meads wit and Intrepidity JILted ritfedagainst JILtedaatut ltti tfed
against the determination of the greater greaterportion great ter terportIeD or
portion of the men of Calvert County an anthe uI uIthe a at
the adjacent district of the neighboring neighboringcounty nel nhbOti g gCOtmty 111115 s
county If Sherht < Mead ead does not succeed succeedbefore ncceetIbefen succ succec of
before morning BIOfI to Stt getting his prteoner prteoneraway prIsoDerwa prince ec
away wa from thIs section and safely lodged lodgedin ofIpdIn odg 4
in the ja jaR at l Baltimore there is likely likelybe r tt ttbe to tobe >
be a lynching lynchingMrs lynehtagM18 lynchingMrs
Mrs Ward Wa is l mitering suerl greatly from fromnervous f iTO iTOrteIVOUS fre frentf n
nervous eryOU5 shock andjta and JII unable to leave her herhome herhOlM I Ihome ntf
home homeWHITE
Foreign Police in Armed Arm ell LniiuchcH InlluehcIn Launch LaunchIn C LC l
in QueKt of PIrates IlrntcsShanghai IlratesSlumghal
Shanghai Jan tRtports Reports that there therewen tb ere
were white men among those slain Satur Saturday Satury Sail atur ur
day y by pirates on the Grand Canal only onlyeight 0 7 7Ipt
eight Ipt hours from here has caused tre tremendous treme t tmefldOU me
mendous clou excitement excitementThere exelteftlentThere
There is small chance uf ii L dHlnite te news newsuntil BeaUI at w
until UI word is received from the force of of oftoreieR °
foreign fore police now scouring seourln the upper upperreaches upperreaches up per
reaches of the Whangpoo in armed armedJaunches am amlaunches sod
launches in quest of the river outlaws out1sThat
That one on of the launches attacked i was wasJapaMH i
Japanese is certain The Japanese Japa eie oon COIIsuI o Oil
sul ad here is i growing more and more re in inteat
sUtent teat in his hi demands that the imperial imperialauthorities ImperialauthoriUN impe iperial cml
authorities act against the pirates unless unlessthey unlesst uni less
they t want him to call for pinnaces ptnn < ces i from fromthe fromthe fi on
the Japanese warships to go up the j river riverafter riveraft ml mlafter her
after aft r the robbers robbersHow robbersHow
How many were killed 1 is uncertain in It ItI
Im is known only that the pirates pln es attacked attackeda attackedtbree attac tacked hod
I three tows of launches from fashing and
killed all the passengers wno who i imediately falkod Im Immediatel immediately
mediately mediatel to hand han over their valuable valuableNo valuablesNo valuableeNo
No further news has been received con concerning concernlng concerntng ¬
cerning the American reported arrested at atHarbin atHarbin atIlarbic
Harbin on a charge of working as an anagent anagent anagent
agent of an antiimperialistic movement movementSUPPORTSHABDEN movemeutSUPPORES movementSUPPORTHAItDEN
Berlin editor tlltor Involves Noblewomen Xoblevromenin olewomenin
in Army Scniidiils ScniidiilsBerlin SenluhBerlin Scunilalr4er
Berlin Berlin er n Jan 28Dr Dr Leo Lelpahjer Lel er ed editor edItor edItem ¬
itor of the Weekly Roland von Berlin Berlinfellows Berlinrenows Berlinfollows
fellows In B Hd1or or Hardens footsteps in incharges tnthis hethis
this weekvA veeku ° OUO e or his paper with withharges withcharges
charges offfeh of teeh h scandals scan a1s in high army armyHe armycircles armycircles
circles circlesHe circlesHe
He varies mes Hardens stories however by byt bra6SerUng byamerttn5
a6SerUng that t many noble women are Je
Involved In the snocum snocumi shocking ll inunoranues inunoranuesin lJIOra11Uea lJIOra11UeaIR
i in which he accuses numbers of the wear wearera wearers wearera
era of the Kaisers uniform of o complicity complicityThe compllc1t7The complicityThe
The authorities are trying to hush up the thecharges tbeclt8rges thecharges
charges clt8rgesEverybody chargesyerybody
Everybody Come 10 Us for Lumber LumberIrank Lumberrank
Irank rank Libbey Sc Co 6th N Y ave nw nVo
LI Littleton Litt L ittletoii eton Reviews Evidence Evidenceto Evi ence enceto
to Prove Insanity InsanitySTRONG InsaitityTRONG
Traces 11 P races Mental History of De Defendant Defendant DefClldaflt ¬
fendant and His Family FamilyRhetoric FmllilyUhetorle Familyhetoric
Rhetoric R Flonri Flourish h Avoided ATOltlcdDetfnd ATOltlcdDetfndnutll Defend Defendant ¬
u ant nutll Attorney Attorue Scores Jerome for forIIoNtiHty for1I0ICtllltT forHostility
I Hostility Toward Prisoners Prl PrIsoner ollcrl Wife WifejtammentH WifetA1lllfliCfl15 rife rifet1mmenfS
jtammentH t1mmenfS Upon Failure of Prose Prosecution ProlllfnUon Proseeution ¬
cution to Advance Proof of Sanity Sanitymid Snllityalltl Sanityand
mid io Impeach Expert Testimony TestimonyKtw TeJlltimouTNew TestimonyNew
New York Y rtc Jan J 21MartJn W Little Littleton LlttleII Littlen ¬
f ton ta II n chief counsel for Harry K K Thaw Thawthis Thawtit Thawis
this tit is afternoon spoke k8 the last word d that thatWill tha thatill t
Will w ill bs uttered for his client Wore the theJury Owseleetetl th thlt
Jury ji lt selected to try him for the murderof murder murderof murderf
o of f Stanford Whtt WhUe on J JLttUetoft Jinie ne 3 JMt JMtLittleton 11 11LULIOIOeI
Littleton spoke poke for 1 tour boars and forty fortyftve fort fortSWe fortyve
H ftve li ve minutes with a recess of only an anhour anhour anour
h hour our for luncheon Those who heard him himwore himw hiniaco
wore w aco unanimous n hi tb tile opinion he had hadmade hadmade haded
m made ed a logical and powerful argument argumentfor arsumentfor argumentor
for f or ° the acquittal of Thaw on the ground groundof groundot groundf
of o f Insanity InsanitySome UafJaaJtTsoe hisanitySeine
Some auditors who crowded the big bigurtreom bigtJiHaI btgurtvent
e urtreom tJiHaI and who had of often ton heard Lit LitUeten littJetAtn Litletan
Ueten t speak feared in I advance nce that h hwould hww hould
would w ould distribute flowers of o rhetoric with witha withPfOdi1a1 withProdigal
a a prodigal hand from beginning 1M X to end of ofhte orhill ofis
hill h is speech A few wen predicted he hewould heweuJd heould
would w ould outdo Deimas and his farflung farflungword farSlungwonI farflungwords
word words about the angel child and the theYoung theYeang theYoung
Young Sir Galahad GalahadLogical GalabadLo GalahadLogical
Logical Lo lcfl 3InrsIinIliiBr of Evidence EvidenceHe UltlenceHe EvidenceHe
He did nothing of the kind With ith one oneor oneer
or 0 1 two brief but effective interludes mte Lit Littleton 11 Littietol t ttJetoia ¬
tleton confined eoa himself largely to argu argument argllt argumeet
meet t a logical marshaling < of the evl evldeuce 11deRCepres cvialt
deuce deRCepres presented ate on tIN witness wItna stand an HJl anithe HJltire I Ithe
the Inferences inf8r which the defense del urged urgedwere urgdW1f urgedwere
were only proper to draw from the evi cvidance i icIeDee
dance cIeDeeHe danceir
H He traced the Indications itoM of insanity in inhis inhis inbin
his client from the insane history of his lJi lJiIt hisuncle
uncle It through prenatal tal happenings 11 that thatmight tl1HtmlPt thatmight
might reasonably 1tIy be supposed to have af affected a afacted f ff ¬
acted f ted hut mental taI1aealth health through the dv dvof d dof dof < <
of fate infancy bat ey and sd childhood Ms youth youthand OUL OULaft4I
and h his te early manhood down to the t Jun JunRight Junni Jurn Jurnnight >
Right ni t when he killed Stanford StantordWhite White on onthe or ortba ontho
the roof of Madison Square Garden GardenHis OanIenRia GardenH
His H opening peat remarks r were made Sde in > n a atonV 1tOQP atoc
tonV toc scarcely audible outside itside the th railing railingwiOii rai railingwithin ing ingwtaliawllllda
wiOii wtaliawllllda within which he Mood Hla HI voice oIeI quickly quicklyveao quick quickNaIi quickyma
veao ma wiMl NaIi Jt bee blr ° u distinctly dt Unctfy h hM ad al alover all allher alover
over the courtroom Uuv 1 But he never rave raveand a8fl a8flIda
and 04 Ida > closing words though sohinn ana an anMIeN antihupeessie
hKpreselve MIeN pronounced m a ton tonlittle tonJUtJe tonlittle
little homier than those t with which wbl h h hopened haddress
opened hfe address addressStep addressStep a aStep
Step by step Littleton hath up tin tL tLt tivtoea
stones composing eompong the wall of the defense defenseWhen deftnFWIafoR defens defensWhen
When he sot through it looked like likealmost i iaIIDo8t
almost impregnable 1rD structure It im impress j tm tmpressed m mprt8ei ¬
press pressed all who heard K It lawyers I a aInDett at atlaymen i itoymen
laymen alike all Hie Tb aoeatte asked a er erof r 1or
of limes u the moment t court adjourned IIdjoUTndwu edjourndwas
was wuHow
How ia Jerome 1 going to get arouri arourithat iron aroUlthat ni nih
that h argument aJ1UIDeIItThere argumentThere
There te not much doubt if the spen spftton spetthe <
tow ht the courtroom had been the jir jirthey j jrthey l n ntbeJ
they would bare been practically unan una unaDaOWI un a t tona
mous M ona te acquitting equftt Thaw on the plea of orI1nnu ofFailure
Failure I1nnu e of Jerome to Impeach Impcnelld Impeachwutag
t ented l d p toNS m mtending wutag aeeeion Littleton con cone cndeDce
deDce teDd tending revIe reviewiag the e eand
and 41 bringing the tJp Insan V Vfeature
feature Is concerned down to tothe anTtn Pl Plthe t ttbe
t the shooting mooti Then he h pointed out that thator ti at atthee
of all tbe thee witnesses with two excep excepttons tX cxJerome er erOD8
ttons Jerome had made m not the slightest slightestattempt slightestattempt 1ightfstat
attempt at pt to impeach ImpeachThe peach peachdietslet
The district attorney be declared slmil simi 8ImIs simiand >
s sneered s and let it so i at that He HepeIadlY i jpeatuy
neatedly reminded the Jury this case V as asnot d 51 51Rot anot
not to be tried on sneers or w mliles 15 15smirk n nbit t tthat
smirk bit bitErideace
Evidence that Thaw wa was sane when whenkilled h hkftted 1 j jkmed
killed Stanford White Thlw was what t was 11 11aded dIn i imended
mended in view of the defense proi proit pro proli 1 1to >
li t w n of vidnee tending to show the thetftiry c ctisri >
trary Instead of thiS he averred t tdistrict ttlt8trict ti tidistrict
district attorney had only sneers to t of offer offee
fer ferHe
He made a strong ua point of Jerorn Jeroms JeromstaPers s sfmUnre Bfailare
taPers to produce any expert witnesses 1 e t tswear tswear Iswear
swear Thaw was sane ae at the time of t tKUOtae tq tqkillIog tl > <
KUOtae killIogThree l Ung UngMrhree
Three weeks ago in my opening ni nidress 1 i i4ress 1drces
dress 4ress he said I challenged challe the dis district j jtrict 1is 1istilet ¬
trict attorney to produce uce a single s W Wwitness fXrot fXrotto cXItto
witness to testify that this defendant d tenclant wa WIsane w s slie
sane He hasnt done don it It ItWhfmt ItWhere
Where are all these e lost alienists alienistsmany alleni8 alleni8nuwy allentstsnazy >
many of w whom iom appeared for the prose proetkm pro protten prosethin
thin at the ant trial of this cause causeA CaURA causeA
A good many observers ObeVV thought Jern Jernwas JffIIwas Jetne Jetneunwle
was unwise Wlwl in the attitude of harsh h hn hntl1lty l lthhity
tl1lty jje beaopte4 adopted in his crossexaminatia C1OMtxaminatl1or crossixamintIof
of Mrs Evelyn Nesbit Thaw Tba and tiu tiuwere tlttwere tl tlwere
were all saying I told you ao an anLittleton a t tUttleton
j Littleton touched on that phase of Ifcue t tt5 >
case t5 in the afternoon afternoonre afternoon3Iny
May In have Though Wife lfe on Trial TrlolHe Triallie
He dwelt at some length upon the thedent thedent
dent bitterness a felt by Jerome towai towaI towaIThaws 1 1Thaws
Thaws young wife and upon that 1 st stess 1 1a
ageaess a eDe8 ess with 1th which he examined her Ii Hdeclared IideclarfJ Iideclared
declared again and again aln he h juwnelin rsuetinthought IIeotimt1Mu
t1Mu thought t the district attorney Horne was wasopinion 88 88opl
opinion opl loD young youn Mrs Thaw Insolf was II1 II1tria fi 1 1tril
tria tril 1
He was wa most mostAbraham bttttr in llislttack hs ttack 1 1tbrabaM 1 1Abraham
Abraham Hummel whom h hp nferred t tas ttiS tas
as that vermin of the bar aT that nt ntand rtalld
and that rogue He also deoSHv1 deoSHv1Jerome de deole i 1 1Jrome 1JeroMe
Jerome had tried to dump all the shn shnof sljYor shoof
of Hummers olflce into the lap of Mr MrEvelyn 3IrEvelyn Ir IrEvelyn
Evelyn Nesbft Thaw ThawEverybody ThawEverybodY ThawEverybody
Everybody who could be jammed jammedthe ja rrun d n nthe i > ithe
the courtroom was there at t each eu 1 sessi sessiFor sessiFor sessi sessiFor
For the ArK time In the ronduct of tui tuic t th thcase j l lc
c case ee e there were a few women preseu preseuboiides prf preietbesides h hbOii
besides bOii M reporters and the members of t fThfw tTlw > a aThaw
Thaw family familyThaWs famllJThaws familyThaws
ThaWs wife came In early and qUite quneby qUiteb queby
by b herself She was followed follow ° d a few mi miutes m mutes fliutes
utes later by Mrs George Lander t tnegle v v5e s shlflic
negle 5e and then IV 1M ar Mm irs fB William Tla Tlaaccompanied Tllav Tllavaceompa Tlaaccomparled
accompanied aceompa led by b a a traced nurse on WJ wh 111 111she M Mshe l lshe
she leaned heavily Thaw Wife wore WOf i 1vetl tI tIveil J Jveil
veil but the face of his mother wee weeheavily as asheavily uhe
heavily he II1 swathed swathedTIMW swathedThAW swathedThaw
ThAW himseU stood the day y well H Hst HA HAlistened lilistened
listened st ned ani quietly tly to everything Llttleta LlttletaContinncd LUt1et1I LIttIetiContinued
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