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I Audit System in League Leaguewith LeagueI LeagueVith Leaguewith I
with Big ig Bidder BidderCONTRACT BidderY BidderCONIRACT
CONTRACT CONl RACT HELD UP UPCongressional UFCoiigicssional I
1 1Congressional
Congressional Committee Is IsUsing IsUsing IsUsing
Using a Probe ProbeTOY ProbeUGLY ProbeUGLY
Vice Ie Ice President Itnyiior Admits cll1l1t that thatThe thl1trile thatIqie
The Audit System S HtCI1t and the Suffolk SuffolkDistribtitlnir SoffolkDlHtrllJ SuffolkIiNtrIbut1ngornpnIRy
Distribtitlnir DlHtrllJ IiNtrIbut1ngornpnIRy ltlng Company C m aIlY Are Prne PrneHuHll3rOnc PraclfunIIYOne rac rac1IcnJlyOne
HuHll3rOnc 1IcnJlyOne nnd the Same LtflI Concern ConcernQueer OOJ ConcernQueer eern eernqUlcr
Queer Transactions Traced to Xo XoS3 NoPuanc
S3 2 Dunne Street Xew York City CityAn Cft CftAu CtAu
An Au investigation Ordered OrderedGraft OrderetlJ OrderetlGnatt OrderedGraft
Graft U 1ithe e th Croverwnant Print Prnt Prtittg Of Offlce orA Ofce
flce A nee ce
flceA cet
A t senaatfenftl tiImaJ < Hecfcwwrft before kt re8 a com committee comJQ1ttee cornflitttee ¬
mittee af qpegraw c yanerrtay dY points al almost aln ¬
most n unnujttakably uinj 1 aWy to tMs conclusion conclusionSuspicious conriustonSiii onluslonSt
St Siii Suspicious Iekug bids 1 1ds involving tftV contracts for forpaper Corpaper forpaper
paper supplies upp1te Amounting amourtinS in the aggre aggregate agrebate ggre ggregate ¬
gate to toI 150 150600 were held heI up pending mdln a acomplete Itlumplete aevinp3ete
complete investigation A condition co dltlon of ofaffairs ofaftalrs ofatfatr
affairs almost as a scandalous cndIOU 4a1oua as that in inthe Iqthe I Ithe
the Postoffice PG8tofftcel Department > t a few years yearsago yearsago tani taniago
ago promises ea to be brought to light Al Although Although Mthough ¬
though Public Printer StilUnss is not di directly dtreoctly dlreetly ¬
rectly involved the disclosures dl ra reflect m mmost tRJl Iaa
Jl most damaging damast way upon his hI man management managemeat managezust ¬
agement of the big W printer prluterr fend td there thereis thereia
is mtte flttl doubt that this is s but the be beginning beglnninc begtnnlng ¬
ginning of the end of o Us tempestuous tempestuousregime tpatuOUiln tempeituousregime
regime regimeHixcloscd n regimeI m mDhololictl
Hixcloscd I Iu I ii Executive Session SessionEleven SC5slonEleve SessIonEleveji
Eleven Eleve oeloek yesterday 7MtMda w wu the time timeflxed time timefixed timefixed
fixed for the opening of bids cis for paper papersupplies paperfiUPP11ef paperIupplIes
supplies far the next n ne t fiscal ac1 year by a sub subcommittee aubcommittee ub ubcommittee ¬
committee of th the printing commission commissioncomposed eotnmloncomP commissIoneompoei
composed Hd of Representative Reta ve Landls of In Indiana Indiana Inliana ¬
diana chairman Senator Whyte of ofMaryland erlaIYIand ofNaryLand
Maryland and Representative Repre entattvePerJdns Perkins of ofNew ofNew ofNew
New York But the bids were not opened openedat openedat I Iat
at that hour The fact developed subse subsequently ubsetiuently ¬ I Iquenty
quently that this subcommittee aubcom ttee was in inexecutive Inexecutive Incxecutlye
executive session in the committee room roomof roomor roomof
of Chairman Landls Llmd and had begun a avigorous a aj avigorous
vigorous j orotI8 use of the bl Congressional probe probwhich probewbkh probewhich
which uncovered a pecuttar Ir stJ stJfairs stse stseflITL fl flt1nI
fairs fairsThe t1nIThe flITLThe
The Audit udit System a I New Writ rk eoneern eoneernwhich eene esneernwhich rn rnwhich
which was wa employed seme sen 1M months lbs ago to toinstall tinMaU tonalU
install a new accounting system and lo locate 1 1Cllt 1cate ¬
cate Cllt tout motion In the tlI G P POau POauthroUh O has hasthrough heethrougk
through its agents a t been furnishing no noemail noISmail nomaII
email amount of the supplies required by bythe bythe bythe
the institution The Washington Her Herald H8fIlld HeraId
aId has bas from time to tfrae dme told of the themethods themetbcMIs the3netbOds
methods by which this was 5 done doneUiKKcst doMniJJCHt d ue ueBiggent
UiKKcst Contract Plum PlumThe PlomThe PlumThe
The bkts M to be opened ope yesterday in involved Involvecl Involved ¬
volved the Biggest contract plums of the theyear tbeyear theyear
year On 0 the face of thing t the Suf Suffolk SuffoOt Suffolk ¬
folk Distributing D trlbuttn Company of New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York which has been signally favored favoredheretofore tltvoredheretofore favoredheretofore
heretofore was the successful bidder bidderIts bk1 bidderita er erIta
Ita bide were the lowest for WCOO WCOOof SOOO SOOOof 000 000of
of the paper supplies auppll e and its bids were wereeven wereeven wereeven
even for 999WO 100 additional supplies The Theidentity Theidenttt7 Theidentity
identity of this bidder was the point pointwhich pointWhich pointwhich
which precipitated the executive session sessionand sessionand on onand
and subsequent probing probingWho pro1ttnWho probingWho
Who and what is the Suffolk Distrib Distributing Dstrlbuting stHb stHbiting ¬
uting Company What relation has it to toThe toThe toThe
The Audit Au tt System SystemThese Syatim SystemThese 1 1These
These questions were propounded A Asearching AearehhlS Asearching
searching inquiry resolved itself into this thisanswer tbisanswer thisanswer
answer answerThe answerThe answerThe
The Audit System and the Suffolk DIs Dlstributinff DIstrlbutln Distributing
tributinff trlbutln Company are practically one oneand on6ancltbe oneandthe
and ancltbe the Hmo thing thingHaynor thhunanor thingflaynor
Haynor on the Stand StandWillett StandWf11 StandWIftett
Willett Wf11 tt M Raynor vice president of ofThe ofThe ofThe
The Audit System and who IB in charge chargeof
of the work of Installation at the Gov Government Governmeat Coyernmeat ¬
ernmeat Printing Office was as summoned summonedbefore summonedbefore summonedbefore
before the subcommittee and was on the thestand thetaJUl theiteM
stand for some time He H was cataehised cataehisedabout catlChisedabout cateohisedabout
about hie own concern conc rn and is iibout bout the theSuffolk theSuffolk theSuffolk
Suffolk Distributing Company His an answers answers answere ¬
swers led to the same end 8fldi 5 Duane Duanestreet Duanetreet Duanestreet
street New York There thetwo compa companies compaflS mpa mpaile ¬
nies flS ile are quartered there they are offi officered omcered 0111cored ¬
cered mutually utuaU officered and from there therethey theretlae theretile
they tile transect a large and growing bust business bustl1ear heelueu ¬
ness As to the information elicited in indetail Indetail Indetail
detail from Vice President Raynor the thesubcommittee the15ubcornmlttee thesubcomm1ttee
subcommittee was later reticent in fact factit fact factIt factit
it was reticent about the entire 8 tlre executive executivesession executivesesaloJl executivesessIon
session but the important fact was 81 a die disclosed dlsclOled diecIoiet ¬
closed that the two concerns are prac practically praeI practiesily ¬
I tically one and the same sameIn RIMIn samein
In view of the damaging admissions admissionsmade admlMlonsmade admleiionsmade
made by Vice ke President P dent Raynor the sub subcommittee subcommittee subeommlttee ¬
committee promptly and unanimously jde jdeided de decided de dedded ¬
cided ided to hold up the bids for further furtherInvestigation further1nve furtherInvestigatipil
Investigation InvestigationPublic 1nve InvestigatipilPublic tJptfpn tJptfpnPubUc
Public Printer Stillings who was pres present presnt preetnt ¬
tnt nt looked on and listened blandly b1andi ap apparently apparently apparently ¬
parently riot realizing the damaging na nature nature nature ¬
ture of the disclosure disclosureWhat locIosureeSlint reP rePlint
What lint Installation Costs CostsThe CONtsThe CoctsThe
The Audit System which as the Sfif Sfiffolk SUffolk Sffolk
folk Distributing Company ComPany sought by bymeans bymea bymeans
means mea of lowett low and even bids to ob obtain obtain ohlain ¬
tain the contract contract for these 158000 worth worthof worthof worthof
of supplies uppU has AS a force of seventeen men menemployed mentmpl07ed menemployed
employed in the Government Printing PrintingOffice PlintingOfftc Printing0111cc
Office Offtc in the work of installation to The Thesalaries Tbefalaries Thesalaries
salaries of these men paid by Uncle Sam Samamount Samamount Samamount
amount to 1fIiO J 0 a week In other words wordsThe word5The woiIThe
The Audit System Systema a favored bidder on oncontracts oncontracts oiicontracts
contracts for some 1iOID8 months and Andwhlclt AndwhlcltWas which whichvas whichwas
Was > vas yesterday y erday brought to book bookIs is cost costIng costluX costlug
lug the government approximately 5SOOW 5SOOWa S0000 S0000a
a year earall ll this in addition to the operat operating operatIng operatIng ¬
ing expenses eXJ f nse8 of the Government Printing PrintingOffice PrintingOfBce PrintingOthee
Office prop proper r This installation work workit
it now appears appears was not authorized by bythe bythe bythe
the printing commission as was Wftsgeneral Wftsgenerally es general generally ¬
ly supposed but by the Appropriations AppropriationsCommittee AppropriationsCommittee AppropilaDonsCominittec
Committee of the House Vice President PresidentRaynor PresidentRaywor Presidentflaynor
Raynor said to a reporter rep rter of The Wash Washington WashiflgtOn VasilIngton ¬
ington Herald recently r ntb that The Audit AuditSystem AuditSatem Audittystem
System ought to have five years to com complete complete coinplete ¬
plete its work which would mean 100000
for Installation And Ananll all the tbowhfle while the theSuffolk thoSuffolk tlioSuffolk
Suffolk Distributing Company doubtlessIntended doubtless doubtlessintended doUbtlessIntended
intended to keep busy on the side sideAppearance sld sldAllearauce sideAppearance
Appearance oiVGrnft oiVGrnftA ofGrnftme1J
A member me1J er of the tft subcommittee sub omn1lttee said saidyesterday saidyealerday saidyesterday
yesterday 1 I am not prepared to say saythat sayth eaithat
that th < t gross corruption h hit f been uncov uncovered qncovered incovored ¬
ered not nor am I prepared to say S Y that gross grosscorruption groS8eorruptlon grosscorruptton
corruption has not been uncovered It Itlooks Itlorik itleak5
looks very bad It has the appearance of ofsrtft ofttft ofgft
srtft A further and more thorough in investigation tnve InvestlgaUon ¬
vestigation ve Ugfttion is imperative His refar reforea refarenee referC referCeue
enee ea e to Publlti Ubn Printer PrlnterSUllln SttlUngs in connec connection con connection nee neetfcm ¬
tion with with the disclosure was far from fromcomplimentary frommpHmontary fromcenipllmcmtary
complimentary complimentaryThrough cenipllmcmtaryThrough
I Through its New York correspondent correspondentThe corr correspondentThe lilOndont lilOndontThe
The Washington Herald obtained the fol following followIng following ¬
lowing information InCormUon regarding The Audft AudftSystem 4uditS1tern udft udftSrat
System Srat m and its affiliated concerns concernsAll concernsAIl concernsAll
All nt 5U 5 Dunne Street StreetHie StrcetDe StreetThe
The Affiea of UM tH Audit Sjntem and Hi She Audit AuditSjU tudltSlsi udft udftSuPfllliS
Slsi SjU Supfittes Oampnny 0 is m the faarth tteer of ofthe Sttle f fthe
the kite left building bulld1 at 9 3 Diane street Tb Tbertj Tile Tilefill TheeM
fill eM HUfie mi the sign at the street door ds and aHd pa tfce tfcefewth u uAltNth Ikefeiuth
fewth floor 5e door ojxwlic otOl n off the elevator tIIer eleve1 Is J 1 W WIrstt Wl Wlrafl
Irstt l tt Ce Ce X The two sadit eomeras sara there efficas efficaswith efilceswilli
I with the Pratt Ownpaty bQJo1 vxh is aa old esteb estebfelted tI5ta tI5talWtei oMabkSt
felted kSt prtotins house doing d It very err Miss 13rT btteuMM btteuMMX
X 1 W Intt ratt died sovea Mf year Je y rs ago and the tltewas burin biuisess biuisesswas osa osawas
was ukae uk up and te now conducted fd swevoatfaHy Nee br breae brei1e hrae
eae ei1e ae ir Albert Uft a attdT awl d J P Homljr HomljrAt HIUItIJAt BasdfAt
At a desk de where N the affaire e l the two Audit AuditaIl4s uQlt uQltare MR MRogffa
ogffa are eondwXed a yoaug inca said that t t J F FHtndr PJlandy Fhandy
handy vice lee iireaident of the Audit System and aC aCtfcs etthe ofthe
the Audit SjrMem Supply ipli Oorapanr C was we hi 2 WaihinetOB Waih WuItn WIIkIets
inetOB lie n esplAia tpWMd d that there were tw twe com companies COJllnles co coinles ¬
panies so as to kMp separate ih Ute coat and the ao aoomsia aGoCI1Ha afroiSts
omsia of the two braaches of the syst s1ltemtu wthe ta tastalhtioa lBtalhUou IaMellatlon
stalhtioa and the raaiHtMwnce mai teMftceaoo and he added that thatthe tIlatUle thatthe
the SuppJIea Oomicuu Com was as a dlatdlmting dl eorapaRjr eorapaRjrNeither Omt1RSNeitller oecepanNeither
Neither the ADult SfMcm 8rM or Ow Audit Sjst SjstS s sSttt91tM SjsiSwtltee
Sttt91tM S ttpii 6 Cfimpaar Citmpa appears ame ° s in the allY directeJT rJ the thetrfejihooe thetehttbone theIsiss
trfejihooe directory r1 or W the oerporatlon tlon and ooFart ooFartMfaUp COf8rtd coaatsenkil
MfaUp director d The tekpboue 1IUI suieber nn > ber oC the J JW JW 1 1v
W v Pratt Comfemy Co printers at Duane street is isSHO Isft1 IsWth
SHO Yofth The letteriHad o oC the A Aactit dU 89 89tappUea SpWm SpWmSlqpUee 8eMia35oe
tappUea Cootpanr C4xnua girea KiT the telephone mmb mieshec r aa aami HWrtIa soflN
mi Worth and lid DM address SB DJMBC street streetWiliett rHtnf MreetVns1tIngton
Vns1tIngton nf Iain on UClrecntathe UClrecntatheWillett ItepresentativesWillett
Willett M Rapwr is earned mod as doe 1 preaWMt ami amigeneral s il ileaeset
general eaeset 1 manager JeI and W V A Hoot Washington Wubisgtosisles Washingtonaln mIit mIitw mIitne
isles aser aserThe as a w T TTne
The Suffolk Disirihutiae Cowiwar C4M tllUll anpeMS in i the theMfporation theIInXJfttion theeiixwatioii
Mfporation and cotMttAcnhip dfnetonr M 5 fellows fellowsaaffoHc foI1owslHToik followsITolk
aaffoHc ITolk DistribBttng Cwnpinj copilot tllptulDiIeDors 5SMCO 5SMCODirectors WilOlIMremts
Directors J I F llanay W H MandMtfer fa T 11 IIS 11S 11SaaesiL
SaaesiL S mwu Further islorwaUo nnaUainable I V VLiberty 31Li1tertJ IZLibeit
Liberty Libeit street Room RoomIn USIB US
IB 1 the LaKjew TOte ThdJdi It Idng at V lAertf JAertr1ItIeet LiheXtrotaset lAertfattest
attest the iii SaSMk Distrlbntinc Distr Coatpwqr CoMputJtM des 4 not notpfts s sthe
pfts r on the diraetory bawd and the efenftor efenftorstnHer fltkirJIB elertiocolso
stnHer olso nor n JIB ethfr emplsj eter heard Id of the thecwsfMHsy 1Mn thecoISt
cwsfMHsy Roan n m en the tenth 1 door ooc fete IbIs thkaien tldItl IbIselsa
elsa an t tl the s doer r JAW I oboes ot Hwwrd II IIn K KB NThe
B s sThe
The chy direntav aim iv W II Manchester and andTtnaait aSdTbcna 4 4lkRIR
Ttnaait H Scramfe each aa a lawyer with wtIaat nfilps nfilpsat oMiosat
at X 3 Lfteftf street KNIt Renm n 11os TK 1 Jlancherters IAadteitSIM IAadteitSIMa name nameassetn sosea
assetn a esrs e ye the dir dlreter7 ct0qr beid Id i Ii th t the tower hall hallof liaRthe hellof
of the VmihhBg biaiI but not Sawnis Jawea K KWandy K KWeedy
Weedy 11 appears to the city nectorr xietaiy as praMent praMentSit peeientnoose
Sit noose KNIt IUNt with a iekkee at a 3K Z Jeffetsm Jeffetsmaeoue Jeer Jeer11M Jseoeeseose
aeoue UrooWys The 11Mmp eerporathM it4j and aa aaseiship oofart oofartnenbip
nenbip direetory baa thIs Hue J W 1 Pnitt PnittComiMBy PlttuCoMpa FialtC
CoMpa C ComiMBy lsay printers 8 Doses Da sliest Net InfsfHtttMW InfsfHtttMWNtHSed lllhnutioa1JRYAN lsistIoL lsistIoBRYAN
Will vIlt Ul rake Nomination if Offered by byliank bTUnnk byflank
flank nnd File However HoweverLincoln JloneerLincoln HoweverLincoln
Lincoln N Ntbr br Jan 30W W J Bryan Bryanin
in the issue lMueof of his Commoner CO unOMr of tomor tomorrow tomorrow touserrow ¬
row says he stands st nds by his first state statement statement statemont ¬
ment of November that he is not seeking seekingand cookingand eoktngand
and will not ask for the Democratic nom nomination ntmiMtJon nmInatfon ¬
ination for the Presidency but he will wttitaka willtaka willtake
taka it if tits Qnk k end file of the voters votersWRn VOM VOMatJdm voh rs rswaJlIm
WRn waJlIm < atJdm Mm to He says saysSverel SftJISivelln8WSPRPEfS SanStvral
Sverel Sivelln8WSPRPEfS newspapers recently recentlr printed a astatement astatemcnt astatement
statement that Mr Bryan had vtIt Tllt4i rlttba to toa toa toa
a friend in tho Beast Ee st that he 11 would de decline de deeline doI ¬
I cline the 1flemoeratle Democratic nomination for the thePresidency the1resKlency thePresidency
Presidency should it develop that a cer certain eertaln certam ¬
tain tam portion of the delegates to the Den Denver Denvel Denver ¬
ver convention were opposed to him Mr MrBryan MrBryan 11 11Bryan
Bryan made no such statement His po positton poJltlon poItIOn
sitton was clearly described in a a state statement statement statemont ¬
ment printed in the Commoner of No November Noyember November ¬
vember li liIt Ii IiIt Iiit
It may be added that Mr Ir IJryan 1ryan rya does doesnet doesnot doesnot
not regard the plutocratic newspapers newspapersthat newepapersthat newspapersthat
that have habitually misrepresented d d him himas 111mooing himas
as being qualified tw speak even OY for a aminority 8mlnorit3 aminority
minority of Democrats Demoon s These newspa newspapers newepapore ewsJMlpars ¬
pore pars speak for or the system s stem The rank and andfile aMfile andfile
file of the Democratic party will 111 shape shapethe shapethe lutpetbe
the partys course at Denver DenverRTJEF DenverRUEF Denverau
Dethroned Bonn Calls District Ai Attonlcy Altorney
1 iomey n Liar in Court ConriSan CourtSan CourtSea
San Francisco Jan 38 Abe be Huef in incourt Incourt incourt
court today created crt8t d a sensational scene sceneby seeneby sceneby
by accusing District Attorney Lungdon Lungdonof J ngdon ngdonof
of lying Langdon was made very angry angryby angryby angryby
by Ruaf s refusal to testify in the graft graftcases graftcaHII graftcases
cases and he had Roof Rue transferred to tothe tothe tothe
the county jail and stripped of all com comforts oomtorts cornforts ¬
forts which He had njoyed Then Lang Langdon Langdon Langdon
don gave out a a statement declaring that thatRuef thatRuef thatItuef
Ruef had been carrying on negotiations negotiationswith negoUattowiUt negotIatIonswith
with attorneys for Calhoun and others othersand otborsand othersand
and had thus broken faith with the prose prosecution proseutfon proseeutlon ¬
cution cutionThis eutlonThis utfonThis
This statement Langdon repeated to today todaT today ¬
day in court eourt whereupon Ruef arose and anddenounced anddenouRed anddenounced
denounced it as a falsehood He declared declaredhe
be bAd been watched closely by the pros prosecutions proseeutlons prosecutions ¬
ecutions hired detectives for months It Itjwas Itwas ItIvan
jwas was impossible for him to carry on any anynegotiations anyn anynegoUatlons
negotiations n gU tJon with Calhoun if he wanted wantedto wantedto wantedto
to Ruef made a strong talk talkHis talkHhi talk1He
His case was postponed till Saturday Saturdayas
as he had not secured counsel counselBURY counsolBURY counselBURY
Body In Medical College Until Fans Family FnmJI FansIly ¬
ily JI Learns of of It Its Disposition DispositionSpeck QhiPO DispositionSpedal ltloll ltlollS
Speck S l to ft 1M Washington Wulli otl Herald HeraldRoanoke HeraldROtlnoke l1saWRoanoke
Roanoke Va Jan SO 3OThe The remains of ofMiss ofUn ofMiss
Miss Un Sarah Sarah Booth daughter of Mr and andMrs andMrs andMrs
Mrs J IT Booth of Poagues Mill 1I lI Roan Roanoke ROtlnoKa Roanoke ¬
oke County arrived today from Phila Philadelphia Philadelphia Pisiladolphin ¬
delphia where it has lain In the cold coldstorage coldstoraga coldstorage
storage vaults vaults of a medical madlool college since sinceher sineeher sinceher
her death sBvon seventyone ono days ago The Thegirl Thegirl Thegirl
girl died In a hospital in PIttsburg PIttsburgwhither PI Plttsburgwhither ttsbvrg ttsbvrgwhUhor
whither the family had moved from Vir Virginia Vlrslnia Virginla ¬
ginia giniaThe slniaThe ginlaThu
The father of the girl was not n t made madeaware madeAware madeaware
aware of the disposition al posltfon made of the body bodyuntil bodyunUI bodyuntil
until yesterday yesterdayOIL yester yesterdts7OIL ar arOIL
Mechanic Lien Taken Out on eu Build DolldIng Building Building ¬
ing at Pocantlco Hills HillsNew lUllsNe hillsNew
New Ne York Jan JA A mechanics lien liendirected liendfreotedl liendirected
directed against John D Rockefellers Rockefellerslaundry RoekeloJ1ors1aundry Rockefellerslaundry
laundry at Poeantico Hills was Died in inthe Inthe Inthe
the county clerks office at White hlte Plains Plainstoday Platnstoday Plainstoday
today by Abraham R Harnash of ofTenth SSS SSSTenth S STenth
Tenth avenue avenueIn ftlUfUeIn avenueIn
In the lien which whlehJi Js Je for 415 I1L Mr Rocke Rockefeller Rockefenor Rockefeller ¬
feller is named named1as as owner and contractor contractorMr contractorMr contractorMr
Mr Harnash sets ets forth that he 19 furnished furnishedmaterial furnIshedmaterhil furnishedmateritti
material for the laundry laut dry building to ba baGreeted bsora beore
Greeted ore ted on tho tho11ockete1ter Rockefeller estate but has hasnot hasnot hasnot
not received payment paymentWashington pnJIJumtJ
J H Smnll Sons Florists FIOrlhWashlngtlJ1 FloristsWashington
Washington and New York YorkA YorkA TorkA
A In JnCnrte Curie Lunch Served Dally DallytU DnlI DnlIAt
At Ecksteins E telns from 12 to 3 3 1412 N Y ave
Herbert Knox Smith SIn t 11 Speaks Speaksto
I to Manufacturers ManufacturersOH Mannf ManulacturcisFOR ctulers ctulersF0Jl
National Natjonal Pr President S Ilcnt V Van fin Cleave CleaveFavors CleaveFavors
Favors tyors Bevcridgc Plan PlanAlso PlanAlso PlanAlseTells
AlseTells Also Tells New cw York Diners that thatJmhor tbatJJnor thatLabor
Labor Unionism Is Iloxtilc to the theIiiHtitutloiiH theJUHtlfulOUH thehistitutious
IiiHtitutloiiH at the Country CountrJlr CountrJlrSmith CountryMrSmith Mr MrSmith
Smith Makes Ial es Demand for Kent KentCommodities UenlCommodIties healCommod
Commodities Commod ities Not Lithographed LithographedLiabilities LftbogrnplcdIlabUltleaOthcr LithograpliedLlnbllItIesOthcr
IlabUltleaOthcr Liabilities Other Speaker SpeakerNew SpeakcnNew SpeakersNew
New York Yor Jan 30 3OHerb ZlhUerbert Herbert rt Knox KnoxSmith KnoxSmith KnoxSmith
Smith United States 1 commsaioner Commissioner of ofCorporations oCCorporations ofCorporations
Corporations cams up from Washington Washingtontoday W WashingtontOtlaY hlngton hlngtontodRY
today to tall the members of the Manu Manufacturer Manufacturer Manufacturera ¬
facturer Aseeetatfon A Aeeeetettexof ttmot of New NewJTork ewYork York as assembled assembled assemble4I ¬
sembled at the fifteenth ftftIJf nth annual banquCt banquCtin
in the Union League Leftgue Club Brooklyn Jut Jutwhere ju juRtwhere t I Iwhere
where the government and his depart department dcpattmant depatimost ¬
most of the government stood on trust trustbusting tlustbusting trustbusting
busting bustingMr bustingMr bustingMr
Mr Smith effaced e < 1d himself In large largemeasure larglmeasure largemeasure
measure during the detailing o ot these thesematter thesematters thesematters
matter matters and dwelt particularly upon uponwhere uponWh6 uponwhere
where President t Roosevelt stood Some Someof Someof Someof
of the speakers who followed toIlowedhlm him did hot hotagree notIIgRO ot otagree
agree with the attitude IttUtu e either of Mr MrSmith MrSmith MrSmith
Smith or Mr Roosevelt RooseveltA
A gathering of the manufacturers both bothof bothof bothof
of New NeWYork York and of the larger dUN cUlesthroughout dUNthroughout citiesthroughout
throughout the State tat tate met to listen to the thespeeches thoIpoechea thespeeches
speeches of the members and guests of ofthe oCtlte ofthe
the association President Robert J Mac MacFarland MacFarland MacFarland
Farland of the State Association s acted actedas actedas actedan
as toastmaater James JAm W Van Cleave Cleavepresident CleaVepre Cleavepresident
president pre Ment of r the National ManufacturersAssocIation Manufacturers ManufacturersAssociation IanufacturonAssoolaUon
Association the parent body sat with withPresident withProsedent withPresident
President MacFarland at the guests est ta table table toble ¬
ble Others who also had places of honor honorwere henorweraWtlllam honorwere
were weraWtlllam William M 1 Calded President A W WKirschway WIJlIIdty WKlrechwy
Kirschway Almet AlmetReed Reed Lataon president presidentof
of the Union League Club Henry Henr B F FMacfarland FMi FMtfarIan4I
Mi Macfarland = ctarlaDd William M CarroU William WilliamH WItamH
H H McElrojr Herbert Knox KJto Smith Judge JlidgoLeray JUdgoLeroy JudgeLeroy
Leroy D Theman and nd George B Waldo WaldoIn WaJdItt WaldoIn
In a brief introductory speech Ipt eJt Prart PrMldeat Premldent Prartdent
dent MacFarland reviewed briefly brten the theprogress the1vogrMl theprogress
progress of the association during the theyear tlIoyear theyear
year past and the trade outlook particu particularly partieuIaTly perticulesly ¬
larly in reference to the recent financial financialstringency ftnauelaat1taeaer flnanclaIstringency
stringency Then h be introduced Commis Commissioner Commtstoner Comnstss1onr ¬
stoner Smith as one who had come to tottl totell totoll
tell th thr mawrtacturers the progress pro that thatwas thatbetag thatwas
was being made by b the government in indisciplining Inddpllnmg IndiocIpiheing
disciplining the trusts trustsMr tstIr trustsMe
Mr Smith 5RI1 iwvJfrweii P8yIw d briefly brf ll the litigr litigrtton litigation Ililgetion
tion thai had base b i Instituted wfUth tfUI1aItitit tfUI1aItititIut tH tHlast tM tMlast
last year by the Attorney Atnu Generals office officein omOsIn offlein
in pursuance p e with the investigations of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the Bureau of CorporaUojis Then h hdrew M Mdrew hedrew
drew some deductions from the funda fundamentals fundamentaJa fundamentals ¬
mentals of the trust situatiOn sttuationHeat aftwdJ situatiOnBest n nDCNt
Heat Friend io 0 Success SuccessRoosevelt SlIcce SlIcceROOHVeJt SuccessRooenvelt
Roosevelt is I Ute best friend of f busi business busiOeM busin ¬
ness n success Nee that the country eountr has to today toy today ¬
day y continued Mr Smith and cheers cheersgreeted cheerngreetecl cheersdrooled
greeted his assertion The Presidents Presidentsaim PrOllldentaim Presidentsaim
aim is to t maintain a machinery ma hlner of busi business busineM bustnees ¬
ness that is built on merit and sound soundprinciples soundprlnetp soundprinciples
principles prlnetp and not upon frand and favor favorHe favorHe favorHe
He 1n wants men menmen men like you youto to make makeand J1Iikoand makeand
and sell real commodities not litho lithographed IItoolraJMd Ilthegraphed ¬
graphed liabilities liabilitiesThe ltabUltleaThe IlabilitleeThe
The speaker went on to say y that Presi President Pr Prdent Prdent ¬
dent Roosevelt had not started out to toplay toplay toplay
play the boll In the china shop eh p but to toarouse toaroule toarouse
arouse an enlightened public opinion and andgeneral andgeneral andgeneral
general understanding understandln of the evils that he heis hehi heIs
is seeking to correct correctThis eorrectThis correctThls
This is not one mans work continued continuedthe oonthtuethe continuedthe
the speaker Nor it is the work of sev several 56 56eral ccveral ¬
eral men It is I the work of a generation generationThe SeRoraUonThe generationTue
The work is not done easily it cannot be bodone bedone bedone
done easily eufl Where there is power a fight fightfor fightfor fightfr
for power is going to be waged That Thatflght Thatftght Thatlight
light is on now You witness the evi evidences e1donees evilessees ¬
lessees of it in the appeals appe ls by the cor corporations corporations corporationc ¬
porations to popular passion resorts to totechnical totedmlcal totechnical
technical litigation in the courts subsi subsidized subsidized subsidined ¬
dized editorials and bought prose agen agencies agendes gen genelM ¬
elM des
The Th corporations corp ratlons have raised the spe specious speclf1 apeciQus ¬
cious clf1 plea that tlm t they tile should not be prose prosecuted prosecuted prosecuted ¬
cuted for the erimo of individuals I Iknow Iknow Iknow
know what that means If the govern government goVernment governmont ¬
ment should work on that theory theor some someUlOO
51000 1000 clerk would feel the weight of the thelaw thelaw thelaw
law and the th corporation would go free freeJudge freeJudge freeJudge
Judge Le Roy D Thoman of Chicago Chicagowho Chlcngowho Chicagowho
who was called upon to speak on UDan UDangerous Dan Dangerous Dangerous ¬
gerous Optimism salfl salflIf 5flI 5flIhIe sa1dIf
hIe If we tell men that they tll must IIustdo do right rightbecause rightb rightbecause
because b legislative enactment says such suchand snehand suchand
and such a thing is right those men wilt wiltflnd wIltfina wilttint
tint a way to avoid the enactment No Noman Noman o onan
man is going to do right for any other otherreason oUterreuon otherreason
reason than that IMS knows it is right rightThe rlghtTho rightThe
The speaker s Rker pictured President Roose Roosevelt Roosevelt Roostvelt ¬
velt telling the man with the t1 O checked checkedshirt checkedshirt checkedshirt
shirt that perhaps p rb p all of the tb homemade homemadethings homemadethings homemadethings
things he now uses in his home are sold soldin soldIn soldin
in Europe for less price J than they ni nihere run noohere runhere
here but that at thevprescnt time he hetoo k ktoo 5
too busy bu y busting the trusts to bust the thatariff thotarlff thetariff
tariff tarlffJlr
Mr Van YnnClcnc Cleave Speaks SpeaksPresident SpeakPresident SpeaksPresident
President James W Y Van Cleave of the theNational theNational theNational
National Manufacturers Association was wasthe wasthe wasthe
the next speaker Mr lr Van Cleave said saidThe saidThe saidThe
The main problem of American manu manufacturers manufacturers luanufacturers ¬
facturers in 1808 hO is to increase our for foreign foreign foreigrs ¬
eign trade fast enough cnoughnnd and far enough enoughto
to keep our mills busy bus in inbud bud as well as asIn asIn asIn
In good times so that onr workers can canalways canalways canalways
always be fully full employed at fair wages wagesIn wagesIn nagesIn
In times of financial trouble when home homeconsumption hon homeconsumption e econsumption
consumption falls off such as a we saw in inthe inthe inthe
the closing months of 1S07 and at d such as asthough asthough asthough
though to a much smaller degre is stIll stilwith stm stmwith stIllwith
with us the need for new and ind constantly constantlybroadening constantlrbroadening constantlybroadening
broadening markets is especially urgent urgentPresident urgentPresi urgentPresident
President Presi ent Van Cleave Clea e gave his heartiest heartiestrecommendation heartiestrecommendation heartiestrecommendation
recommendation to the bill introduced introducedinto introducedInt introducedInto
into Int the Senate by b Senator Bevorldge Bevorldgeproviding Bevoridgeproviding Bevorldgeproviding
providing for a nonpartisan tariff com commission commission cornmission ¬
mission to consider the th revision of exist existing existIng existIng
ing tariffs Of 0 this he said saidWe saide saidWe
We e want a commission composed of ofmen ofmen ofmen
men who ho have made a special study stud of ofeconomic ofeconomic f feoonomlc
economic questions who will view Iow their theirtask theIrtas theirtasI
task tas not l10tas as Republicans or DemoQrats DemoQratsnor
nor as Eastern Southern or orV Western Westernmen Westernmen storn stornmen
men but as Americans who want to ad ndvanee advance j jvance
vance the interests of all elements of the thepopulation thepopuhiUon thepopulation
population and of all parties and all lo lonalitles 10eallties loentitles
entitles A tariff based on the report of ofsuch ofsuch ofsuch
such a commission would blot out par partisan partisan partisan ¬
tisan lines in voting on the pure food foodthe foodth foodthe
th the meat m t inspection the nation natiot1n natiotl 1 quaran quarantine taran taranUne uanin uanintine ¬
tine and the rate regulation bills of 1905 1905The 1900The 19OLThe
The spenker said that rather than have havethe havethe havethe
the tariff revised under any less l ss ideal idealconditions idealconditions Idealconditions
conditions he would havo It remainas rem fnas it itstands ittands itstands
stands at present He said that he was
Prakknc of the Ikxud of Uducatfau ldu Il IJellldeftt evident of the llianber of > f Onmaurce sjtmtrc
not arguing in favor of a general lower lowering iowering towerIng ¬
ing w > r raising < of the tariff schedules He Hewanted Hewanted liewanted
wanted an adjustment of duties duU to the thefacts ttJefllcts thefacts
facts of the business situation existing existingat
at the time the adjustment adju tment was made madeThe madeThe madeThe
The speaker referred to labor ceraMdeoe ceraMdeoeand eGIIdWeD8an c1t1oosand
and the recent activities of ofUte the AmericanFederation American ericILnFederation AjuerknFederation
Federation ot ot Labor LaborScores LaborScorci LaborScores
Scores Scorci Labor L 11JOr Method MethodWe Methodshave fct110 JII JIII
I We have all U noticed he said Utbat Utbataome that thatsome thatsome
some of the beads of the federation are aresetting areHtting aresetting
setting up a new economic principle IIiDcip1eare They Theyare Theyare
are warning the country that waves w mart ft ftDOt mustnot martnet
net be cut from their present high tevt tevtno level 1eftJDO levelno
no mcttker how far product odta may dro droit in inI 1nprke Inprice
I price or how much the market far e all allsorts aJlsortl allsorts
sorts of commodities may dftpinhsh d1InI 1t For Forthe Fort1M irorthe
the special benefit of the small ftpction ftpctionof tctIon tctIonof
of the the people who are enrolled e ta i the thelabor thelabor thelabor
labor unions they are asking nln that natural naturalU asturallaws tunl tunlI
U laws ws be b suspended suspendedThis suspendedlhls UII nded ndedI
I This Tb l ic a class cla spirit lrit which if 1 hostile ulei hostileto
i to the institution of a republic and andwhich agwhich sadwhich
which you and I and all other natriotle IIatri8tI8Amerlcalt patriotieAmericans natriotleAmericans
Americans must mu t combat We W WcombRt fem never nevercombat sievescombat
combat this spirit rlt by compretmstef com with withit wttkit withIt
it It will always be so with wit witthat a aaeOea aaeOeathat uesd uesdthat
that involves a great principle A III IIIJlbatk d sjto sjtobhaUcatly i ihatIcally
bhaUcatly Jlbatk > ally a great principle of etRnd o aSEtyand HMnitrtjr HMnitrtjrand
and democratic RepublkaniSBi Rt1 ubllcal1l81n ubllcal1l81nby ijpsHes ijpsHesby aU aUby
by this class spirit which son lOIIII sePt ft the thelabor tbelabor thelabor
labor union Oll chiefs are raisins P up If Ifhave Ithove 1ft 1ftbav
have bav anybody who works on this tIM tlicorytnat r7that theorythat
that we can cure or curb thte tb tbenty clam JMtte JMttecracy
cracy of the tlaber labor union unloaprwkb teaxters hedeba hedebapromMn fe < e eprorrnsBTtf
prorrnsBTtf prwkb with It or siurnnnorips sufe4d sufe4dlet fi I1tl to at atJet tt tttor
Jet yeseimbes u uWM7 th
WM7 tor JttM OR the WeI1f Wer w OCiijt OCiijtlftaWt G of tBnr tBnrp f fpodlttcalnrL
podlttcalnrL podlttcalnrLOther p > cinca40rs cinca40rsOther lftaWt lftaWtOther
Other speaker ken were Steal PassAtt A AR AR AR
R Lelsen Lat H B B JaeParta MacFarUnd 4 Prof ProfW A AW AW
W Kirschway Xtre hwy and William w Jaam H Mc McMrey Ie IeEIy McEboy
Golden Goldc Rule 3Iojistrntc to Study StudyCondition StudyConcJltlqnK StudyCondliune
Condition ConcJltlqnK in i l Prison PrisonTaleee PriMonre PrisoziIsledo
re Taleee Ohio Jan 30Charsin himself bimMll1t1teurioelty bisneiltwlthetnioelty himselfwish
wish 1t1teurioelty curiosity and pleading guIlty y to the thecharge tbee thechie
charge e Pollee JuNe James Austin A1MID Austinknowit jr jrknown Jrkft
known as the Golden Rule judge j jleIioed sea sentenced seatecetL ¬
tenced himself to a term of one day in inthe intho Intheworkhouse
the theworkhouse workhouse in order to determine how howthe towtbe bowuse
the maw tmuoy men he sent t there live liveJfMge 1mJ liveJu6e
JfMge J Austin AU8 is in laseruestand earnest and says he hewants Aew bewmnt
wants w wmnt nts no favors extended es extiod to to him while whileat whileat whileat
at the institution ID other oUl than those tbculll tborneshewn tborneshewnan shown shownan wn wnan
an ordinary prisoner He has not decided decidedon decidedOn decidedO
on O the the day but states ata It will he within wtthtothe W1tJaatM withinthe
the next few days daysHe djaHe p pHe
He will wilt Insist OR being beise taken to the theworkhouse tbeorkhOUH theworkhouse
workhouse in the patrol wagon W8 on snd nd will willdB wiltdo willdo
do any labor assigned to the men he has hassentenced kunteneecl tinssentenced
sentenced sentencedTAFE sentencedTAF2 nteneecl nteneeclTAFT
Secretary of War W1H JlI Address Com Commcroinl COIllmerclal Corninerolni
mcroinl Club March Jlnrclt 28 28Chicago 28Chlca 25Chicago
Chicago Chlca Jan 3OeeNtal Leary Secretary Taft has haspromised haspromised
promised to come to Chicago March S to toaddress toaddrHS toaddress
address the members of the Commeretttt CommerettttClub CommercltUClub CommerchtiClub
Club at its banquet baaquetJohn baecuetJohn banquetJohn
John V Farwell who has been in con conference eonference conference ¬
ference with 1th Secretary Taft m In Cleve Cltveland Cleveland Cleveland
land Ohio returned retur ecl to to the city today todayand todayand
and saltf Mldthat saId that the Secretary had toM to1dh him himto hUnto t tto
to announce him for the occasion also alsothat 1l1sotlaat
tlaat that if possible po he would remain the theguest theguest theguest
guest of the e club cIubunt1l until Monday March Sft SftTRANSM M MTR Q QTRSViMTROUBLE
i rw rwAs1ntiOBe tfr tfri L
AsIatlc As1ntiOBe slntl Mo oBe Be Shown Greater Con CoiiJiderntion ConHlerRtlon Conjdernt1oI
Jiderntion HlerRtlon in South Africa Africaj AfrIcnLotfti AfricaLo11UGn
Lonoon Lotfti Lo11UGn j Jan 80 OThe The government of ofrrnlivaal the theTransvaal therransvaal
Transvaal has cabled to the Earl of Elgn Elgjnsecretary Elgnseocretary Elgnsecretary
secretary for the colonies the details of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the settlement of the difficulty betwoon betweenthe betwoonthe betwoonthe
the Transvaal and the Asiatics AsiaticsThe Amatlcs1he AalatkiThe
The government will accept voluntary voluntaryregistration voluntaIreglJtration voluntaryregiStration
registration regiStration similar to the form prescribed prescribedby
by b the the offending offending act and will dispense dispensewith dispousewith dispensewith
with the taking taktn of finger ftn er prints of edo educated odutec1 edocated ¬
cated tec1 Asiatics slatlC8 Others can be easily iden identified IdenUtIed Ideatifled ¬
tified tifiedWOMEN
Strike Sympathizer Hurl Stones at ntIndiana atIncIinJl atIndiana
Indiana Trolley Tr Iley Cars CarsAnderson CnrsAnderson CarsAnderson
Anderson Ind Jan 10 SOStrike Strike sym sympathizers Smpathizefii sympathizer ¬
pathizers assaulted Union Traction cars carsboth car carboth careboth
both in this city and Marion at an early earlyhour earlyhour earlyhour
hour this morning and in both instances instanceswomen tnstfttccswQmen 1nstaeeswomen
women passengers were severely severel injured injuredMrs injured injured1Ilrs InjuredMrs
Mrs Charles Stake was W rendered un unconscious 1Jnconscious ijnconscious ¬
conscious from a blow on the head and andhad andhad andhad
had to be taken to a hospital hospitalAt hoopitalAt hospitalAt
At Marion Mrs Glendora Pattersons Pattersonsface Patter Patteron Patteronface sons sonsfaco
face was filled with pieces of o glass shat shattered shattered chatteretl ¬
tered by stones thrown from ambush ambushand ambush ambushend
and it is thought she will lose the t thes1gJit thes1gJitof he sight sightof Sightof
of one eye No arrests have beon made madeSchooner madeScllOoner madeSchooner
Schooner Towed Into Iort PortBermuda IortBermuda IortBermuda
Bermuda Jan 36 36The The American four fourmagted fourmntcd
magted schooner Francis Cynde Capt CaptHaaley C CaptHanley pt ptH
Haaley H aley from Georgetown S C January
20 for New York has been towed into intoSt intoSt IntoSt
St St George with her spars and sails gone gonelShe goneShe gon gonShe
She is lumber la latepSweet laderu laderuStreet 61l 61lSWEct
Street Violets ROc Per Bunch RanchBlackistone BunchBlacJdstone BunchBlacidetone
Blackistone nth and H sts nw nwMoney nwUoney uwMoney
Money Is Always Available AnllnlleWJton AvailableWon i iWhen
When WJton you have an account a count with banking bank Ing
dcpt of Union Trust Co llth and II sts stsDeposits steDeposits i iDeposits
Deposits not only earn Interest but are aresubject areauWect aresubject
subject to check Government suDervisioa sU aunervisionC ervl lon
ExGovernor Eeplies R Rcplicsto plies to Gen GenSetli GenSeth GenSeth
Seth in Open Letter LettrriffiLS LetterI LetterGALLS
I Outraged Pnbltu lIII Opinion Should ShouldShould SllouldShonl11 ShouldI
I Should Drive President of State StateSenate StuteSenntc SuiteSenate
Senate Out of uttllnt Hint lint Hotly Says S S For Forjncr Do Domcr ForI
I user Itxccutlve xccllthclroof Proof of Charges Chargesor
I or Complete llcrnctlon Demanded DemandedSewial DemuotIcdto DeniandeilliaI
Sewial to The TheBaithuore WnsMnftost XnnM XnnMBeltuwore
Beltuwore Md Jan HFormer Porasr Ow OwBBwm JoyWarAeJd GayKilwIn
BBwm Warltejd Wsz eld famed an ep elea n 1euof Icttar tin tinpresident toiweddest
president of the State senate nate te Gen Joseph JosephSeta JOIIePhl
B B Seta Seh tor4Pt tonight demanding that tt ttgeneral thserat the thegeaersl
general prove the charges he made on the thefloor thenoes
floor of the senate that the former nov govfrner ptVf novoor
frner oor hafiT f formeg f peJttfcal ieal alliances with withthe withtM
1 the BaKrsaore an and Oh ow or be driven cJrmnpuhIk drivenfxesn driventbsatoWr4Fadpub
fxesn the tbsatoWr4Fadpub tbsatoWr4Fadpubitee senate ny gnJtejptd public 4 OJP OJPJt f4n f4nernor
Jt r rHII
HII n itee itee00OC u I Iemor
ernor of the Stcie 3t 3tit ie i hove aa < re keen corrupt corruptthe carru carrutile
I the people should knew it It If you 7 have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been guilty pUt of willful lUt1ll and al malicious maliciouscalumny cIoue1UftAY maliciouscalumny
calumny 1UftAY as president of the assess the thepeople tileIOpIe thepoeplo
people should know that thatFhe batrite thatI
rite Fhe issue is plain Either you or I de deHM ae aeserv doerve
serv erve the indignant bMU contempt ef the peo people peoJH peepis ¬
ple of JIIwY Maryland aad aDd so far ac in lite me meHes melies
lies e before thee eontroveny te ever the thepeople tilepeople
people win know upon whom whom ur ttile imnrmtUie imnrmt ImprIacthe
tile bcand of dishonor In Maryland no nomatter DOuer nometier
matter how intense the controversy coktrovlftY gen gentlemen KendesI geeileinen ¬
tlemen are governed by a certain stand standard atandof standaid ¬
aid of decency You have violated these thesentlesi thea thearulei
ntlesi by such ucb a n exhibition of low yui yuisarity vulprlty vu vutlrlty
sarity that had yon been a high ofacial ofacialof oIBdalof ollicialof
of the State State you 00 would have forfeited forfeitedany
any avy 7 right to a a reply My y reply therefore thereforeic therelorekDOt
ic kDOt not to yon personally but nut to you as asPresident asllIItIdeIIt aslreuMeftt
President ef the Senate and through you youfor OUlor youfor
for the information InformationoC of f the people of ofMaryland ofMaryland ofdaryland
Maryland MarylandD
DcjtleH D I nle ii lea the I lie Charge ChargeYou ChargcYou ChargeYou
You charge hy Insinuation aadon that I Imade IlIWIe Im
made m de an anteelection ohcdon agreement Withreterenee withreference with withreference
reference to the sale Ie of the Chesapeake Chesapeakeand 8 8atul
and Ohio Canal < This chfne I afceoJuJfty afceoJuJftydeny absoiutlydeny uUb uUbdeJq
deny and say to yOU thai tit it is untlW untlWand unileand le leI
and I 1 believe untrue true to your kaowtedge kaowtedgeThe k oThe kiwwiedgeThe
The matter of the sale of the States Statesinterest State StateIntereat StteiInterest
interest in the Chesapeake Cbela eltke and Ohio OntoCanal OhioCanal
Canal naI was net discussed sed during d my can canvass caDva ¬
yeas va for the governorship I spoke to no noone DOoae noum
one about a It It nor did any 7 one speak to tome tome tom
me m about ab ut It ItYou ItYou ItYou
You charge me by Insinuation In kula tIon with withentering withe withentering
entering e terln into an anteelection anteeleeti R agreement agreementwith acreementwith agreementwith
with the Baltimore and 00 Ohio Railroad RailroadCompany RailroadCompany
Company by which I agreed a to use my myinfluence myIn soyinfluence
influence In uenee to sell the Interests 5 of the theState theStAte theState
State in the Washington VaabI rtenhranch branch of the theroad theroad theroad
road to the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad RailroadCompany RailroadColDpa RailroadCompa
ColDpa Company far er 2 m lO a share for which ulti ultimately ultimately alitiiiately ¬
mately the legislature l ture aided by the press pressof pteof pressof
of the State Stat obtained 411 467 a share shareYou shareYou shareYou
You also o say 53 that th at a meeting meetln of the theBaltimore thtB1ttmore theIBaltimore
Baltimore and Ohio committee of investi investigation inTIbtloA investigatlon ¬
gation two years ago you understood un Mr MrBond MrBond r rBond
Bond to say to me that the theBIsitimore Baltimore and andOhio andOblo andOhio
Ohio had my agreement to sell them the thestock tbestock thestork
stock and further furt r that you have been beentold beentold beentOll
told by what you consider good authority authoritythat authoritythat authoritythat
that they held my written agreement to tosell toseU tosell
sell the stock for 211 1 a share shareYour shareYour shareVofir
Your illogical m l and nonsensical DO 8eA8ieal utter utterances utterRnces utterassess ¬
assess satisfy satisCyall all thinking men today that thatyou thatyou thatyou
you did not know what you were ere talking talkingabout talkingabout talkingabout
about then any more than you do now nowMade nowJfnc1e nowMade
Made Xo Promises PromisesThe Promisesrho PromisesThe
The The Implied charge rge that I made certain certainpromises certainpromises certainJmmi
promises Jmmi in references to this th sale for the thepurpose tbpurpose thepurpose
purpose of obtaining campaign gn contribu contributions c contributions ntrlbu ntrlbuUon ¬
tions Uon for the expenses eJ elUleS of my campaign campaignfor campailtor campnl n nfor
for governor is just as false as all of the theother theother
other charges chargeayou you have made madeThese madeThese matteThese
These are the serious charges char 8 of sift official oftIclal siftcia ¬
cial cia corruption you make against tn8t me meEach meEaeh mcEtich
Each and iitl every one of them is plainly plainlyand plainlyand plainlyand
and demonstrably false You Y U stand in inthis intbis inthis
this situation When Tlcnyou you made these thesecharges theechlUges thesecharges
charges on the floor of the senate either eitheryou eitheryou eItheryou
you had ha what you thought were proofs proofsor proofsor
or you had not not If ifou you think you had it itIs Uis itis
Is ygur duty dutyto to the State stite to produce them themNot the theNot thenNot
Not obscure Insinuations or vague rheto rhetoric rhetorc rhetovie ¬
vie or cloudy allusion but plain simple simpleproof simpleproof
proof such as always required when wb n a amans amaiss
mans honor Is attacked attackedIf attackeduU
uU If you had ha not n t then the 1lt It Is equally your yourduty yourduty
duty to make a full retraction and apol apology IlDOlogy ¬
ogy on the the floor of the senate nate with as asmuch asuch agmuch
much uch publicity as the chaises were made madewith mlttlewith madewith
with If you do neither th then you should shouldbe shouldbe abouhlbe
be treated as asb beicg g unworthy of your yourhigh your yourhigh
high position and be driven from the sea senate aenate seaate
ate by an outraged public opinion opinionBaltimore opinionBaltimore opinieitBnlliisoreand
Baltimore Bnlliisoreand and ant Return Retumli RetumliBaltimore 125 125Baltimore l2 l2Balliniore
Baltimore 6 Ohio R R REvery REhery IIEvery
Every Saturday and Sundrt SU Sundut3 d t All trains trainsboth trainsboth trAInsboth
both ways w 5 both days except Royal tim Limited Lbnlted timitetl ¬
ited City offices fices 1417 G st and Gl9 19 Pa Paave PaaVQ Paave
J tnior mator XcTrJnnd hewlandu AddresseH Trnf Trnffie TrnffIc i iflc
fie Club Dinner in Chicago ChicagoChicago ChicagoChicago ChicagoChicago
Chicago Jan 30 3Orl1e The principal address addressat addrosKat addressat
at the annual banquet of Ute Traffic Club Clabtonight Clobtonight Clubtonight
tonight was W that on uThe Th The Coordination Coordinationof
of f Water and RaIl Transportation by bySenator bySenator bysenator
Senator Francis G Newlanda of Nevadavlce Nevadavice Nevada j jvice
vice chairman of the Inland Waterways Waterwayscpmmitsion WlltefwaysC Waterwaysunmiu1ou
C cpmmitsion cpmmitsionSenator lnmiujon unmiu1ouSenn1r lnmiujonSenat
Senator Senat r Newlandg N ewlftnd described the work workof workflf workcf
of th the Inland Waterways Commission n In Informing Intormlng Inlornitug
forming a comprehensive plan of water waterway waterw waterway ¬
way w y improvement that would embrace the theentire thentlre theentire
entire country He dwelt upon th the neces necessity neecsity necessity ¬
sity of the coordination of rail and water watertransportation watertrantTportaUon watertransportation
transportation each supplementing1 8lpp meating the thethcr thofit theether
fit ether thcr her water waterbelD betas Qled i d for the cantog oarr16giof J Jof
of cheap cb ap and bulky products and th thrail Ute Uterail therail
rail for or higherpriced hl higherpriced htlr ieid > good g tJ reqalrl requiring requiringnuicker requiringquicker g gquickel
quicker delivery and able to pay higher higherrates hlshorratea higherrates
rates ratesHe rateaHe S SHe
He Insisted upon the necessity nee stty for or the thecoordination th thcoordlnntlon thecoordination
coordination ot all clases of transport transportation transporttlon tranaportathin ¬
thin by rail by river and by ocean in insuch Insuch Insuch
such a way as to make then theta dl service smkeaIde itlTJce itlTJcehle i iable
able hle In securing cortJlg the cheapest cheap lt the tII most mostefficient mostmci mostfllclent
efficient mci nt and the quickest transportation transportationof tis asportatlon
of 4 American Amf > rJcan good goodJl to all ptrtg af our ourown ourown ourown
own country a 811 well as abroad abroadHARPER abroadIIARPER i
Says Capt Oyster Used the theChamber UleChamber tlieChamber
Chamber of Commerce CommerceHE
Head Uenclof of TrAde Organization in In Interview Interrle1 inlerriew ¬
terview Admit the lie President Prc ldent otj otjthe ot otthe oftue
the hoar dof Educntlon Educai1onSuggcsied Educai1onSuggcsiedMen Edacntion SucrKcsteil SucrKcsteil3Ien SuhitcltetlJlcn
Men Inter Appointed on Commit Committee CommitIce j jee
tee < ee Which 111011 He Approved ApprovedThat ApltrOedTllat ApprovedThat
That the school committee of the Chain Chamber C Cbel Chainher ¬
her of Commerce which at varies times tItMsdurta timesduring timesduring
durta during the trial of Dr William B ClIo Ctenceflor ClIoeeIIertormer Chineaflor
ceflor eeIIertormer former superintendent of schools schoolscommended schooJs schooJs00IQIDeDded schoolseouimeeded
commended the actions of the board of ofeducation ofeducaUon ofeducation
education which tried and fired Dr DrChanceor DrCkaDeeJlor DrChancellor
Chancellor we win appointed at the tostlga iMtJgatiOta InstigntIa tostlgatton
tton of Capt James JaM Oyster member ber of ofthft ettho ofth
thft th Chamber of Commerce and presi president president president ¬
dent of the board o oC education both dur during duta durbig ¬
big ta the trial and at present was the thestatement theMate8lent thestatement
statement made J11IIIdtJut last night by It Dr Robert RobertN RobertN t tN
N Harper prtsWenL of Ute Chamber of ofIn ofI ofCeinmeree
Ceinmeree CeinmereeI
In I a statement given to a arelNKt8t reporter for forThe fori forThe
i The Washington W wa Herald Mr Harper Harpersaid HerperJI Harpetsaid
I said that all aI the members m IIIbers of the school schoolcommittee schoolcommittee ool oolI
committee lttee of the trade organfaatfo with withthe withtlte withthe
the posaj pble le exception of two men were werefriends weretrIeIIdI werefriends
friends of Capt Oyster He also scald scaldthat IitCf1kltUt scaldthat
that Cant Capt Oyster 015t ill suggested that thatante thattJdI thattills
ante school eommittee ttee be hOTb appointed apptlftte4I appointedTlie
tae Tb school eetnmitte ef t the Chamber Chamberof CMm ber berc
I of Commerce met frequently Uy af attr er r its itso itsLN
l LN ° WII re rerile
rile 11M o iff gtUaCb g ft lithe ifco Chaneeller tissi t tra sM sMttc Mlr sidIW
r ttc sepIi eoncerntes th theLrlal trial given o out outi t tGO
i GO the press by Perceval M Brown its itschairman 11e ItschalrsJt
chairman e were almost uniformly favor favorahl favorbl ttVOl ttVOlto
ahl bl to the actions of the board hoardThese boardTheM boardTheae
These statement t it has been said W bad hadgreat badpeat badgreat
great Influence on the public Many rany per persons Iter101I8 persee ¬
sons see took the reports given out by this thiscommittee thtacommittee thisI
I committee ta represent the real state of ofaffairs 0 0aJlaIra ofattain
affairs in the school system systemDr systeRLDr systemDr
Dr Harpers Statement StntcmcntDr StatementDr
Dr Harper when asked about the mat matter mattot ¬
tot teat night t saW saWThe sakiiTbe Midm0
iTbe The first I knew about the appoint appointment appointmeat appointmeet ¬
meat of a school committee was at a ameeting amee ameeting
meeting mee of the Chamber of Commerce Commercewhen Commorcewhen Commercehen
when hen Capt Oyster arose roM and n roacle n4Ie a amotion ItmodOn amotion
motion asking aKl that such a committee be beapointed beapolnt beapoluted
apointed apointedHe apolnt apolntHe apolutedHe
He said he h did net want at a place upon uponthe upontM uponthe
the committee eomndtt and an saw he believed it itj ItOuld Itcould
j could < show the board ef education its itsshortcomings ItshortoomtD ItsahOrtCOmIngL
shortcomings hortoomtD Our constitution ecm tituU does not notprovide notprovWe notprovide
provide for a a school committee but as astft Mt asthe
tft t the motion passed it was necessary ee for forme fbrme fOrhOe
me to appoint one oneThe OMlI oneTb
The Tb day after this tl s meetID meeting I called calledCapt eaJlQdea calledcsp
Capt Oyster up on the telephone antI andasked antIuke antiasked
asked hIm te take lunch with me As Asbe Asbe Ashe
be had introduced the motion was K KI Ilme amembw
I member me of the school board and was wasi wasthoroughly AS ASthoroughly
i thoroughly in touch with the situation situationI
I consulted with him upon lpo the member membership JMlftberp membership ¬
ship p of the committee commftt e He suggested su ted a anumber 2uMber anumber
number of names UI for the committee as asalso asalllO asalso
also did Alton D Albert jr who was waspresent waspftMAt wasprelent
present presentI
hI I appointed nine men from the names nameswe namesYoe nameswe
we considered and the committee was wasformed wastormed wasfocused
formed Later I was as teM thetwe thalt we should shouldhave shouldhave shouldhave
have appointed several other men who whorepresent whorepreRnt whorepresent
represent citizens associations Then I Iappointed IAppotnttd Iappointed
appointed four more men making a total totalof totalof totalof
of thirteen thirteenAt thirteenAt thirteenAt
At that time I did not believe Dr DrChancellor DrClsanctlor DrChancellor
Chancellor had been given a a fair show by bythe bythe hithe
the Board of Education and I hem he this thisopinion thisopinion thisopinion
opinion for some time Later after hear hearing bearing hearlug ¬
ing evidence introduced before the corn eommittee Ntmmlttee cornflhltteO ¬
mittee I changed my mind somewhat somewhatDr somewhatDr somewhatDr
Dr Harper was asked If Ift at the first firstmeeting fintJmettng firstmeeting
meeting of the committee e mmitteo all the mem members members memhers ¬
bers had not come prepared for work workand workand workand
and if they did not seem to t be singularly singularlywell sln singularlywell lrly lrlyell
well ell Informed as to what Ra t they were go goIng goInb going
Ing to do doI dohI doI
hI I was not at the first meeting of the thecommittee thecommlttoe thecommittee
committee said Dr Harper and l lcould 1 1could 1could
could not state statewht what happened I know knowthat knonthat knowthat
that I asked one man to be chairman chairmanof
of the committee and he came to me meand meand meand
and said Id he could not serve That is iswhy Iswhy iswhy
why Mr Brown was made chairman chairmanDr chalrmallDr chairmanDr
Dr Harper was then asked if Mr MrBrown MrBrwan r rBrown
Brown had not come to the first meeting meetingof
of the committee with n statement for forthe Corthe forthe
the newspapers in which Capt Oyster Oysterand Osterand Oysterand
and the board of education were lauded laudedand laudedand laudedand
and made fade much of ofBrurrn of ofbruwn ofBrun
Brurrn Had u Statement StatementI
I do not know said Dr Harper tfbul tfbulat but butat butat
at the second meeting three days later laterMr laterMr laterMr
Mr Brown had a statement stat ment for the news newspapers newspapers newspapers ¬
papers which was publisHed I asked askedwhen askedwhen askedwhen
when shown the statement to have the theheadlines thoheadlines theheadlines
headlines changed but one member mlnber of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the committee ommtttce arose and moved that the thequestion theqUIIUon thequestion
question be left with Mr Brown When I Iread Iread Iread
read read the papers next day I found that thatthe thatU thatthe
the headlines had been changed some somewhat oomew somewhat ¬
what w t but perhaps It was done by the thenewspapers thenewspapers
newspapers themselves thom ehes and not the com committee eommlttee cornmittee ¬
mittee mltteecou
Connt cou 7 J2asBlni lls8Ini Well WellSt VcllSt VehiSt
St P P8tersMm Petersibr tera m Jan an 80 MCount Count CassinI CassinIformerly Ca CasInlformerly lnl lnlformerly
formerly Rffn R n Ambassador at at Wash Washington WashIhst Washlngton ¬
ington Ihst m and andm Ifjiore luoro re recently at Madrid hag hagcompletely baacompletely as asconpleteb
completely recovered from the thewhich Illness Illnesswhich nIts nItswhich
which at one time it was thought might mightforce mlg migjtforce t tforce
force him tim to retire from the dlplomaffc dlplomaffcservice dlpIomtlctenIce d1piornnf4service
service and ho will leave here Saturday Saturdayto SnturdNSto
to return to the court of King Alfonso AIConsoU
9125 U 125 to Baltimore nn and l Return RetnrnEvery ReturnBvery ItetnmEvery
Every Saturday and Sunday via Pennsyl Pennsylvania Panngylvanlft Penneylvents ¬
vents Railroad Tickets good returning returninguntil returnIngnm returninguntil
until nm Sunday night All regular trains trainsexcept tralnsexcept trainsexcept
except Congressional Limited LimitedI LimitedC I
C r
District Attorney Amazes All Allby Allby Allby
by leniency Leniell Y of Plea PleaCASE PleaecASEVITH PleaCASE
Question QU ti01i of Insanity to Be the thefinal theFinal the1inaI
final Test TestProsecution TestIrolJecutlon Testlroeecutjon
Prosecution Eliminate Bitterness Bitternessfrom Bfttcrnefrom Bitternessfront
from Clonlnjc Argument rgumc1tp nncl nnclStrengthens nmlStrcugthens niutStrengthens
Strengthens Case of Dcfeiixc bj bjAdmitting 11AdmItting byAdinittizig
Admitting that Thaw Might Hare HareJleeu HaTeneen haveBeen
Been Justified Ity I a Higher Law Lawin LRWin LairIn
in Slaying Stanford White WhiteTHE Whiter Vll1teTHE
r 4 4THE
The fat trial eamsamtl of needy MIl tbre tbremoan three tbneII threemouths
mouths moan sad fe supposed to ban ewt Ute tbeStale UteaWl theSlate
Stale afcwt JSOjtfM JSOjtfMHie moooT1t8 IOIIQOThe
The trial trialnfurtimi JI dCIIaIc hes t icksi OIIIJ onlishutout
shutout eoort day ys and U diIi t e tc8t ec will be beJew beJa
Jew ta 1 ffvporttM Few Few expo eapa peet were wereeat wenft1f wereeaPed 1
eat eaPed d d a at atf wkiwew wkiwewTbp viitseaesThe
The Tbp f CMdMt and aifeM atospt 4 fer r th t prose proseaattM suee sueetha I
aattM n tha awl defosee e MKe haw fatly uty WcraL dleedAt WcraLAt
At the Ant nt trial Ddpbte Del K Drtwa de deruled deTei deyoled +
ruled moat of to hi tea tiMe te t fiat p wiJ io s word wwlitfeuwMs wontiettoses I
itfeuwMs and Snarly 117 tanoMatid t his argu arguMast aJIUto argumet
Mast to th tile Jury wife aM lb M usumtxusKvt usumtxusKvtArt asamoseowotlost t ttML
Art uw Ute kisS of hoMfcbfe Hatrr Thaw had hadetamiUoA 1adi hadoewuitted
etamiUoA waa doMatht i ABMricaM and andwas aadi aadDIlle sotuse
was eaxMakte eaxMaktethate
thate ms sotliiBE f that kind laid b bSjra bf bfJIInt be bere
Sjra re tat JWT 7 at the craeatt trial It ItU was waathe wasIke
the ptelB WOTMfahtd stateanait bjr Jtartin JtartinW lartinW 4rtInv
W v LNttM LiWolos that Thaw vac ia m bum M when wbente I Ihe
te ass w ban 1 wa as iMaw uo ail hi his Mb Ilk and andthat andUta I Ithet
Uta that there WM aathias left for the jnrr to todo todo i I
do but itatere Thaw not guilty pitt beotioe of ofbk ofku t
bk ku totMtty totMttyDlatncl tDiiuMJDIIIrict ImeskyDhtzict
Dlatncl AUnmpy Jerome J baa qtmUoMd qtmUoMdUw qmKioaedtile qtasttonpdthe
Uw iaaiBUr tlawrr bat b he baa adnitted adnittediwdbakto lIIIhutedIt8II tited
iwdbakto 4 juKlfauallmi for UK saunter ha haltHHHIMpia ball hasekd
r ekd ltHHHIMpia Frh lb woemp MMff borne bgr the tbeyHMC thIJIIMIC theuNg
yHMC uNg wv u N of the Mmkat and bw 111 111f HI HIllftd usfeteed
f erml Ida benaf that White net a Merited Meritedcarf ntediIat arftodT
carf li T ihai the via brba be has helped Ute ou out C I Iottbe4ise
Ill ottbe4ise ottbe4iseNew t ate Maato eNeW MaatoNew
New York Jan M aThe The question of ofHarry ofriarry ofHarry
Harry K K Thaws insanity while weiah w welghcI welghcIcarefully > l hd hdI hdcarefuU7 l lcarefully
carefully by District Attorney Jerome ii iiWe indefinal iside
We definal final summing up to the jury today todayseemed todayI todayeeined
I seemed to the minds of those who beard beardto h bearito arJ arJto
to be Inconsiderate tneo sl erate as compared with withThaws witisThaws it1l it1lThaws
Thaws motive for killing Stanford Whlt WhiUWith WhltYlth WhltWith
With a remembrance JeDIe of Jeromes bitter bitterarraignment bittrur bitterarraignment
arraignment ur gBment at the first murder trial the thecourt thecourt th thcourt
court expected something thing of a like char character character charseterfeola ¬
acter seterfeola from the district attorney attomf and that thatbe tha thatho t tbit
be Qfr sNd not aa al 1 himself of the oppor opportunlty opportUft1q uppertunity
tunlty ti tit condemn oo enaa was the cause u ugrnirnl t tsmeml f fl
smeml l sarprtn Instead be pltiei pltieiEvelyn pltie pltieelJ1 plW1Bvelyn
Evelyn elJ1 Thaw he admitted the existence existenceof
of those dens d ns of iniquity St which she de described described described ¬
scribed he acknowledged aehWJwled ed that Stanford StanfordWhite StanforiWblte StanfordWhite
White was aa immoral man be ques questioned questIo quesUontd ¬
tioned tIo d ThaWs TM Huvanity tr but but at the tame tametime Cani Canitime a1ll a1lltIJH
time he haferred that be would V1II4 have just justified jU8tiA8d justflail ¬
flail Ms act had it been committed three threeThi threey threeyears
y years previOusly previOuslyThe IY IYTIt
The TIt effect ttect 9t f Jeromes ctosttt cIcNIIag argument argumentupon argumentupon ment mentIIIJOll
upon the jury can be only surmised noised but butit butit butIt
it is the g s eral rI opinion that his words wordsmore wordsmore wordsmore
more thfm t of Thaws counsel will ill clear clearthe clearthe clearthe
the JOIlR young millionaire of the charge of ofmurder orm ofmurder
m murder rdlX and when the jury shall baIJ come cometo corneto cometo
to decide upon the innocence or guilt of ofthe orthe ofthe
the prisoner it is the belief that he will willbe wmbe willbe
be freed of the responsibility re of his deed deedon deeion deedon
on the roof of Madison Jtlad iiOl1 Square Garden GardenThe GardenThe GardenThe
The Insanity IUllnnit Ilen IlenThe IlcnThe ilenThe
The question whether Harry K K Thaw Thawwas Thfl Thawwas V Vwas
was insane the night n1gI fc 1tt killed Stanford StanfordWhite Stanfordhtt8 StanforilWhIte
White htt8 will be submitted finally to the theJury thejor tlicjury
jor Jury tomorrew morning momln District At Attor Attorney Attorney tor torney
ney Jerome J eIOIM closed his summb summing up to tho thojury theJury thojury
jury this afternoon and Justice Ju t1ce Victor J JDowllng JDowling JDowiing
Dowllng will charge the th jury in the morn morning morntng mornlug ¬
lug He has prepared his charge whim whimwill Whitlwltl whiswill
will take probably a a little UUleover over an hour hourIt hourIt hourit
It took Sir Jerome about bout four and a ahalf ahalf ahalf
half hours to present Ids l s argument to tothe t tthe tI tIthe
the jury jur Those TIt who heard the first part partof partDC partof
of it thought it was raa a rather tame per perfunctory PerCunctMy ferfunctory ¬
functory address but in the afternoon h hwarmed he hewllrm hwarmed
warmed d np a bit calling for the convic conviction conScUon conviction ¬
tion of Thaw on any of the degrees or orhomicide o ohomicide ohomicide
homicide homicideThat homicideTht homicideThat
That it was hatred and not insanity insanitythat ln8anitythat Insanitythat
that that drove Thaw to kill White was th thbasis thbasis thbasis
basis of Mr Jeromes argument AH the thejurors thejprors thejurors
jurors had to decide was whether Thaw Thnwknaw Th Thawknow w wknew
knew he had a a pistol that he Mknew knew that thatho thatbe thatbe
be was firing three bullets into the body bodyof bodyOf bodyof
of White and that when he did so lie lieknew heknew lieknew
knew he was violating ioIatln the law of the thetend t1 t1kud tielend
tend It was not a question of general generalinsanity gflleta generalInsanIty I IinS4tnlty
insanity or Or thai Thaw was Insane at atany atany atany
any or many periods before the killing killingwas killingwas killingwas
was he Insane that night n1 bt If he wer wernot were wertDot werenot >
not insane Mr Jerome insisted that it itwas itwas itwas
was Use til swam duty of the jurors to con convict convict convlct ¬
vict him himMr blmMr him himMr
Mr Jeromes opinion of Stanford White Whitehas Whitehns Whitehas
has changed since the last trial Not only onlydid onlydid onlydid
did he make no attempt to defend the thamemory theJftemory thememory
memory of the architect but be said he hehad hehad behad
had become beooftt8 convinced that be got what whathe whathe whatbe
he deserved de looking IookI at it from a moral moralstandpoint moralstandpoint moralstandpoint
standpoint He believed b llt ved Evelyn Nesbit NesbitThaws NesbitThaws NesbitThaws
Thaws story except for the drugged druggedwine druggedwine d dvinc
wine and the ravishment ra vi hment and he also alsobelieved ll1 alsobelieved o obeHevcd
believed that White and his friends friendssome friendsSOlne friendscomae
some o them still alivekept just such suchplaces stithpl sskhplaces
places pl ces as she had described de As for the theyoung HEyoung theyoung
young woman herself Mr Ir Jerome al almost almost almost ¬
most went so far as to pity her At Atleast Atleast Atleast
least he did not attack ttck her herI IterJulilied herLashed
I Lashed a filled the Prisoner PrisonerBut PrlKoncrBut PrisonerBut
But Thaw had to stand a bitter lath lathing lashing a h hIn ¬
ing In from Mr Jerome J rome Snaking his finger fingerat ftngerat fingerat
at Thaw he demanded to know what whatmanner whatmannaI whatmanner
manner mannaI of man washe w he thjat would per permit permit permit
mit this young woman at two trials to tocome 11come 1 1come
come forth in public and tell her revolt revolting reoltIn revoltIng ¬
ing In and hideous story drawing drawtn aside th thcurtain thcurtain thcurtain
curtain of her past life Mr Jerome also alsopictured aiMpictured alsopictured
pictured Thaw as a rich dissipated dissipatedyoung diHIpat dissipatedyoung d dvoung
young man mangoln going about doing doln as he hepleased hepleased liepleased
pleased pleased The The spells he had in n his early earlylife earlylife arly1Ife
life and abroad abro d did not indicate insanity insanityto
to Mr Jerome but tantrums and fits of ofanger ofanger ofanger
anger anger qf a nervous irritable young man manNo mllnNo manNo
No attempt was made by Mr Ir Jerome Jerometo Jerometo Jerometo
to discredit the witnesses vltll S es of the defene defeneHis detefJcHis defenceIlls
His reply re > l to their testimony te was that thaiContinued thatContinued thatCoutinued
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