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Crothers Gorman and Ben Benson Bcnson Benson ¬
son Run Legislature LegislaturePOWERFUL Legislaturel Lgis1aturePOWERFUL
Determlneil to Conduct Affairs in IIIInnn n nManner aManner
Manner Innn r that Will Ill Reflect to thc HieCredit thcredlt theCredit
Credit redlt of the State of Maryland MarylandMuch Mary Unrlnml11ncl1 land landMuch
Much Important IiCjriMlntiou lcglNhat ion Ex Expected ExlCltel Exieeteil ¬
pected nt the Present Session SessionBaltimore Se8H1011I Se8H1011Baltimore ScNIonBaItimo
Baltimore BaItimo Md 11 Feb P LHow lHowve are r things thingsgoing thblpgnmg thinsgrng
going down there What sort of gover governor gofer110r goverior ¬
nor is Crothers going 801ft oIug to make makeThe makeThE mkeTe
The Vtnere there 11 m this th case refers to An Annapolis AnTiapUhs n n11atolis
napolis and the legislature Anything Anythingthat Anythingthat Anythtngthat
that may be said of the Crothers adminis administration admlnllitra adminhitration ¬
tration tra hon at this th time is of course purely purelyspeculative purelypeculatle purelypecu1atLve
speculative The wheels whee have just begun begunto belunto bogunto
to grind Tbe signs aeem to point to tothis tothIs totIlh4
this thisThe
The next three months moat will be replete repletewith rpetewith I
with achievements of a nature that wilt wiltredound wilt1IJ0und whitr1ILnd
redound to the benefit of the State StateThese StateI Stt SttTh
These Th I 1f > f will be largely larx ly the work of a atriumvirate afrillJ1lrateCrotben art
triumvirate frillJ1lrateCrotben rt invtratoCrothera Crothers Gorman and Ben Benton BenEOn n nfon
ton EOntrothers
rrothers Gorman G rman and Benson are poll politicians polltl POlltiiana ¬
ticians tl lan8 and accomplished aecolDpU ed ones It goes goeswithout OMfHhout goonwithout
without saying therefore that tifey tb y work workwell workWell workweU
well in harness Their team t is the sea searai g gflil geera1
rai assembly of Maryland The gov governor govrnor ¬ I Innor
ernor is s not standing on his hh dignity dlcnltyHe dlcnltyHeHHI He HeTr HeR
Tr HHI > as R got into the game gameProcession pmeProceHIluJl gameProcession
Procession Starts Well WellTiie Wellproceonlon VeIl VeIlTIle
TIle procession has h started off well by byshewing bynflwmg bymowing
mowing nflwmg Its determination to get together togetheren
en In the corruptpractices e and the proposed proposedg0tiroads IOJOMdgMroads propoondgodroads
g0tiroads law In securing > legislation legislationfr J legislationfOr atlon atlonIr
fr Ir < good ood roads the Crothers Crot en administra administration admil adniinhatratirn 8tra 8tratinn ¬
tion will try to avoid void details de Uls leaving leavingthem Jeavlnlthm leavingthem
them to be worked out later Benson be believes be beJteves beIteves ¬
lieves that if once the problem of details detailsis deta
is t taken up the field is left wide open to toall toall toall
all sorts of objections These objections objectionsmight objectlolUlmight objectIonsniight
might lead to the defeat of the whole wholebusiness wholebusiness bole bolebuslnpss
business businessNo buslnpssX businessNo
No X 0 man ever took up the reins of gov government pvfrnmpnt govrnnint ¬
ernment in this State with better workers workersat workenat workersat
at his command than Qov Crothers Both BothGorman BotbGorman BothGorman
Gorman and Benson the respective res tlve floor floorleaders doorIfadprs floorIadrs
leaders in the Senate and Huse H UIIe fit the thebill thebill thebill
bill simply from the tact that they know kaowTh kJlOwTlwy knowrwy
Th Tlwy > y are prepared prepr d for every situation situationthat situationttat tuaUon tuaUontllat
that arises Neither is flashy in debate debateThy debatLTl debstafliy
Tl Thy Y are solid No situation has yet yetarisen yetafl yetarsn I I
arisen afl n to surprise surprl e either t of o them If it hi Iatrouble iiIrnuble j
trouble they go out to meet it when their theirassociates theJrtS theirsoIate
associates tS soIate < iates alt It appalled without knowing knowingwiiiili kaowlnSwilil knowingwii
wiiiili wii h way wa to turn However sensitive sensitivef Mn sensitiveftler Uve Uvefther i
f fther ither may be to newspaper criticism criticismnither criticismIjithN criticismrither I
nither will show It It and neither nelth of them themwill themwill themwill
will permit criticism to divert him one oneita on onllta
ita 2 ta from a course that has been n care carefully carefull care1illy ¬
full fully planned Both are fearless fearlessUnderstand tearteaUnder fearlessUnderqtniiij
Understand Under nnll the Game GameThe GumeThe GameTJe
The strength of their leadership rests restsla uIn restsIn
In the fact that they the know how to steer steertne at attlll steertw
tne ship hip Neither shirks a responsibility responsibilityLrtth reaponalbllttyEr responsibilitycivet
civet Er a day goes by that lIMa not find ftadltl1 findltit
Lrtth of f them in their seats ts in the house housead houetJ houset
ad t i senate No bill will be introduced introducedtfaat IntrodUOldt4Jt Introduosdttjt
tfaat They tht > y will not intuitively sine up Its Hss ItsP itspe
s ope P pe and its ramifications This Thu is not nott netto
1 t ie to inspiration They know kno the field fieldi fieldLt1se
i uuse they have studied it itThings ItThings I IThings
Things ar are occurring every day da and andvjll andII
vjll 11 II ontinue to occur as long Ion as the theu thejn thelasts i
> jn u lasts lasts to irritate the purists la lajXlitics IATittcs Is1ljtlcs
jXlitics Tittcs Too many people will be put puton PutIOn putn
on n the pay rolU and a a few thousand del delJbus doIJal dotj
Jal Jbus j of the States State money will be spent spentthat Qentthat spentThat
that ought to have been be n retained in the theState tbeStatp theState
State treasury This was dotie at the thelast tMlast thelst
last seggjon 8I1ion and it was done at the thesion theion see seeon
sion ion on before It will be done at this thisHionprobably th thslOnprobably see seeInnprobabiy
Hionprobably has been done already
Those who are looking on can take their theirchoice theirhoice theirTIOiCe
choice of courses They can spend their theirtime theirtI theirtinit
time t barking at the little things or they theyr theyan theyran
r ran an put their shoulders to the wheel wh 1 and and3i andH andItp
3i H Itp lp p Benson and Gorman accomplish the
1 li things that are In the wood
Pertaining to Rxpcnsoi RxpcnsoiNeither KXIcnsclthfr HXICn3C5Ntthr
Neither lthfr of them has ha found any time timein timetn timetn
tn devote to the pay roll question Ben BenEon BenSOT Benrort
Eon is the floor leader in the house and andthe andthe andthe
the house has 71 Democratc members membersSenator membe membe5oator membersnator
Senator nator Gorman is the leader in the theaU MD MDate seaatt
aU and IS of the 27 men in the thearo thearo thearo
aro Democrats DemO < rata Mr Gorman is not noting notIrig aikA aikAlog
log for the privilege prlvll e of o appointing all the tbemen themen themen
men neither la Mr Benson In fact feet they theyare theyan theyar
are ar asking a clnr for the privilege of appointing appointinghi
hi fl I thft th mon n neither is I Mr Benson In
fit fy t they are asking for only what they
thingk they ought to have as Individual IndividualTHTiibers Individualfwnhers individualrmters
THTiibers It is a pay roll phenomenon phenomenontlut phenomenontlld phenomenontIIt
tlut the men who introduced the moat or ordirs orIffi ordr
dirs dr for economy were e the ones one who had hadtiif hadtl hadtL
tiif tl must O5t men on the senates Beate > pay roll dur during durbg durI1g ¬
ing the last session sessionPresident ealonPrpsidpnt sessionPresident
President Seth closed his books some somedays lOtneday someds
days day ago The senate nate immediately began beganpassing beIPutJa beeanja
passing Ja i1g 1 g orders providing for appoInt appotntninnts appoInt111nts appointiThflts
ninnts first to one place lid then to an anotlnr 11Itlltr antthr
otlnr and the Republicans seem to ap appnve ap aprll npprve
pnve rll of the need of th extras Just as asheartily Allhpartily ashartiIy
heartily as did the men who asked for forthrill fort fortli
thrill t tli 1111 ° rn
SomtDbumnlltcil Sonic Discounted ThlniSuch Thlni rhJIIJ1411h FIthlIlN FIthlIlNSuh
Such legislation l Uon as has been Intro intredn Jntrodtl4pd Intro1J4d
dtl4pd dn p < i is i of the kind that had b lJien n die eiatnumed dlsI dieuntd
tnumed I untd before the general assembly met metIople metIopte met1ople
Iople heard all about the disfranchis disfranchising dtatranchfaing diafranchiang ¬
ing ng anltndmft1t < uiien lment the corrupt practices act actthe act actttf actt
the t highlicence bill the localoption bill billthf 1411th
thf th purefood bill bill and a a score of other othermeasures othern1Pilsllrps other3iiistIrE I
measures long before they were presented presentedat
at I it Annapolis All of these tb bills awl some sometliers sometlwt14
< tliers < that have a suspicious jingle jI have haveoffered
l Jt > > eii offered f r in the house and senate and andreferred anclTfHrf andreferred
referred > to appropriate committees Hear Hearings HearIngl IlearIngs ¬
ings are ar next in order and then come the
big fights on the floors fIoo of the house and andeenat andspl1at andr
eenat eenatBenson spl1atHfI1f1on r n ate atePnson >
Benson claimed the highlicense bill billwjien billwhii
wjien 11 it was a8 offered O ered in the house He is ist IiIUlirm Isthairmnn
t liairman IUlirm m of the ways and means commit committee eommlttt committ ¬
tee tt t > t and as It is a revenue measure meaure he hegot heot hegot
got ot it Mr 1 Benson Is a highlicense man
He U wants money for the State to help bel
build the good roads He was q the first firstman lintnHm Ihetman
man to urge legislation that would securethem secure socursihom
JUg Y M C A t ClrcuH ClrcuHHoys ClreuBoys CIrcuIloys
Boys of the boys Vlenartawnt of the theVoung theIung theYung
Voung Iung Mens Men Christian Association Associationhuve Anoetattonll Association1iive
huve ll f set et Saturday next as their big bigredletter bigndJftter bigrrdJ1ter i
redletter day It is I the occasion of ofthir ofthlr ofthir
thir first indoor circus etreu The advance advanceMils advJIce1J11ls advancelulls
Mils are yellow in color and spirit
It promises the Hkreatest greatest stupendoun stupendouniRgregtion stuppodeusiggrgtion tU d uJJ uJJl
iRgregtion l KrpgpUon of worlds wildest and andyrooliest aDdwoollet andvoolJest
yrooliest woollet wonders WOnftrsU H for 28 2 I cents efttaihe centsIhe
ihe benefit feature is an n important importantone
one In n The proceeds gox to the boys gyrajiasium tYJIIJHoIllIrn gym gymnnsiiin
jiasium fund fundLecture fundJe fundLetttre
Lecture Je tttrc by h Indiana IlIIlInJl Mnn MnnThis 3lnnThis MzinThis
This evening at S oclock at the Pythian PythianTemple PythlaJtrrfmple PythianEmple
Temple IOU Ninth street northwest northwestPhilip northweatPhilip northwestPhilip
Philip Rappaport of Indianapolis win de deliver de de1nr deiivtr ¬
liver a lecture under the auspices a of the theEconomic theEConomlc theEconomic
Economic Educational League Ie His sub ¬
ject will l he e Is Socialism inevitable I
Mr Rappaport Is a journalist t author and
lecturer He was for twenty years editor editorof editorof
of one of the leading papers of Indianap Indianapolis IncUanapoil indianapolin ¬
olin oil and is I the author of Looking For Forward Forward Forward ¬
ward one of the popular books of to ¬
day da j
Award Tobacco Contract ContractThe ContrnctThe ContractThe
The Navy Department has ha awarded ecl to toUowker toDoker toItowker
Uowker Co of Virginia h fnla the contract contractfor contractfor contractfor
for supplying about 1M lOSOS W pounds of to tobacco to1Jcco tobacco
bacco to the navy during the year Meg MegThe l lTllp l1hs
The price agreed agrpf > cl upon is 3 cents ellts a apound aound aJOUn4I
pound ound which is onehalf cent a round roundmore poul1dllort poundmore
more llort than tin present qmtwt < onfra t price priceBowker pri pri priiowker
Bowker to are new competitors fur
Tills l1ls contract contractf
Two Maryland Men Ien linger Inger nger for To ToImcco Tolmcco Tobaeco
Imcco InMpuctomhip InMpuctomhipSpecial InSIcctorhlppedal InspectorshipSperMi
Special to I The Wubtofften W Herald HcnUUpper HeraldUpper heraldUppot
Upper Marlboro Md Feb 1 1Tbe Tbe ap appointment appolntment appointaent ¬
pointment of a a tobacco Inspe Inspector tor for f r the theSouthern UteSouthern theSouthern
Southern Maryland counties is pretty ocr certain oertaln ocrtaut ¬
taut to leave some political aere sore spots spotsThe spotsThe epolsThe
The action of State Senator Clagett ClagettSpeaker ClalfottSpeak ClagattSpeaker
Speaker Speak I J 3 Bites Ray and Delegate S SMarvin Sarvln SMarvin
Marvin > arvln Peach Democrat of Prince PrinceGeorge PrinceGearse PrinceGeorge
George County Oount In Indorsing R Le Lee Man Manning la lanl MannIn ¬
ning nl nIn of Piseattfway for the office Oftle Is re regarded re reprdlXl regardod ¬
garded In this th section as practically de deciding de decldlqg dociding ¬
ciding the matter matterMr mattarMr matterMr
Mr Mannings term as county commis commissioner comlaaloner conmlshonor ¬
honor expired last November and he hewas hewu hewaa
was prominently mentioned as the Demo Democratic Democratlc Demoeratic ¬
cratic nominee for county treasurer tre nrer It ItIs ItI itIs
Is I now believed that he was penwaded pem Mdecl to toretire tomire toretire
retire from the field in consideration of oftbe ortbe ofthe
tbe promise Je to be recommended recommen d for the theposition theMNlltlon theposition
position of tobacco Inspector InspectorMr Inspectorr
Mr 1r r George S S Dove exsheriff of Prince PrinceGeorge PrinceGeorp PrinceGeorge
George County exmember of the house houseof houseof e eof
of delegates and a member of the Demo Democratic Demoeratic Democratic ¬
cratic county committee is I also al an ap applicant applicant applicant ¬
plicant for the position of tobacco in inspector inI inspector ¬
spector I tor and his friends have nougiveh nougivehup notgiv notgivup
up hope of securing the appointment for forhim torhim iOrhim
him although aUhou h it is conceded that the odds oddsare ocIare oddsare
are now against him hintPIGET himFIGHT himPIGHT
Two JU Doctors Desire Place nt Mary Maryland Marylaud luryInl111 ¬
land Agricultural College CollegeSpecial CollCIlC8IIe11o Collegedat
8IIe11o Special dat to The Waiafntton Wa HenM HenMHyattsvlite UNHyattavlUe hiereldHyattavhhle
Hyattsvlite Md Feb 1 lTbe The appoint appointment appqlRtIDent nppintmeat ¬
meat of a resident physician at the Mary Maryland Maryland Maryland ¬
land Agricultural College to toaucceed succeed Dr DrW DrW Drw
W 0 Eversfteld Eves eld deceased is apt to be a asubject aub asubjoct
subject ub t for lively discussion dileual n when hen the thetrustees thetruateeJ thetrustees
trustees of the college meet in Annapolis AnnapolisFebruary RnapollaFebruary AnnapolisFebruary
February 11 1 i2 Pending the meeting of the thetrustees thetrustees thetrustees
trustees Capt Richard W Sylvester Sylvesterpresident Sylvesterpretlldent Sylvesterpresident
president of the college has appointed appointedtemporarily appointedtelftponrlly appointedtemporarily
temporarily Dr John Parran Brisooe Brisooeson l3rlaooeson rItIooe rItIooe80ft
son of Judge John P Briscoe of the theMaryland thearyland theMaryland
Maryland Court of Appeals A Ia who Is now nowpracticing nowJWaCUebtK nowpracticing
practicing In Washington WashingtonDr YuIdogtonDr
Dr Briscoe is a nephew of Mrs Sylves Sylvester Sylvnter Sylvestsr ¬
ter wife wlt of the president of the college collegeMr collegeMr e eMr
Mr Charles H Stanley of Laurel one oneof oneof oneof
of the trustees truetMS is understood to take takeexceptions takeexceptions takeexceptions
exceptions to President plf dent Sylvesters Sylvee rs action actionin actionIn actiopin
in the premises and 00 is i desirous that Dr DrJohn DtJohn DrJohn
John Cronmiller of his town be ap appoint ap appoint appoint ¬
point to the vacancy Dra Guy W Lau Lattmer Laumer Laumet
mer of Hyattsvllle and A O Etienne Etlenneof Etienneot Btienneof
of Berwyn are alao applicants for the theplace theplace theplace
place and both have strong atron backing The Theposition rIMposition Theposition
position pays pay > about 1800 8O per annum annumMARYLAND annumrrARYIAND annumMARYLAND
It If Wlllliiiiui Inhllll of IHHrel Marries MarriesIlrnoUlyii MarrhcsIlrooltlyn nrrlcI nrrlcII
IlrnoUlyii IJroold n Girl GirlSpedtl GirlI Girlsdi1
Spedtl sdi1 to The WMhinfton Henld HenldNew ueraWNln IleAldNew
New Nln York Feb lMtes Jennie JennieHermione JeDnieHermiOKe JeanleHermiose
Hermione Homan prominent in society soetet7thlt societythis
this evening became the bride of Robert Robertlope RobertIo
Hope Io Williams of Laurel Md The cere ceremony errsmony ceremony ¬
mony mony took place at the home of the thaBriees tltlpa thebr4Oe
br4Oe Briees parents pa and was performed by bythe bttlM bythe
the Rev Dr J G Bachiw The bride is isa IIIa Isa
a daughter of Mr and Mrs H B Homan HomanMr HomanMr HomanMr
Mr Williams Is the son of Mr and Mrs MrsJ XIsJ MrsJ
J W Williams of o Laurel Md After the theceremony theceteJnOnY theceremony
ceremony there was a a private reception receptionThe receptionne receptionThe
The bride was given in marriage by her herfather IterfaLber herfather
father Her only attendant was her sis sister II IItft sinter ¬
ter Mrs George Palmer Pa1me Kennedy KeDnedymatron as asmatron asmatron
matron of honor George Araory Maddox Maddoxof Xaddoxot Maddoxof
of Charles County Md was best man manand Mftand manand
and the ushers were John D Cronmiller Cronmillerand CroDmWerand Crnnmillerand
and John T Morris of Maryland H HFrank IIFrank HFrank
Frank Homan brother of the bride and andOeoe andGeorge
George Palmer Kennedy of Brooklyn BrooklynAfter BrooklynAfter BrooklynAfter
After a trip South Mr and Mrs Will Williams WilIwi11 WillIama ¬
iams will live here hereNAVY hereNAVY hereNAVY
hereI I
Class of UU > to Meet nt Annapolis AnnapolisKehmnry tiinapoh1lIeIruary lIl1np01l lIl1np01lIlehrllnr
Kehmnry Ilehrllnr 21 21ficrcUl 1 1IIwciaI 1edgI
ficrcUl edgI to TIN iii WuUagUm W IteimM IteimMAnnapolis JIeaIdAnnapoU MeraldAnnapolis
Annapolis Md Feb 1 IWord Word has h been beenreceived beenreceived beenreceived
received at the Naval Academy that the thesurviving thesurvlvtnK thesurviving
surviving members of the graduating graduatingclass 18duaUJIIclaa graduatingclass
class of 1M will hold h ld a reunion there on
February a 1 1 and on that thatp thatpoccuIon occasion the un unveiling unI unIvIUnp usyelling ¬
veiling of a memorial window to the late lateRear lateI lateRr lateRear I
Rear Admiral David D Porter will take takeplace takelaCf takeplace
place The window will be one of the first firstto ftntto firstto
to be installed in the handsome new newchapel newchapel newchapel
chapel edifice the final work upon which whichis whichnow whichis
is now nearing completion completionTbe completionThe completionThe
The presentation p tatIon adress will be made madeby madeby madeby
by Rear Admiral N E Mason of Wash Washington Washtncton WashInjton ¬
ington and an oration will be delivered deliveredby deliveredby deliveredby
by Rear Admiral George P Colvocor CoIOCOlretired Coivocoreases Coivocoreasesretired esses essesretired
retired former commandant of midship midshipmen mklllhlltmen rakhshipmen ¬
men at the academy It is I expected that thatCapt thatCapt thatCapt
Capt Charles J 1 Badger Bad er superintendent superintendentwill Buperlntenc1eatwill
will make the responsive re ponatve address addressWRECKED addre addreWREOKED addremWItEOKED
liucomc Igrnitcd nltell from Store in Dc Ucmolixlied DculoIiHhecl Dcmolislied
molixlied Caboose CabooseSpecial CnllOoseSlledal CabooseSe1
Special to The Washington Herald HemidHagerstown JIa1cLHqentoWn HeraldIagerstown
Hagerstown Md Feb lFollowing IFoUo < a abad abacJ ahad
bad freight wreck on the Western Mary Maryland Maryland Maryland ¬
land Railroad near the I lArnA urgan Yards the thewreckage thewreckqe thewreckage
wreckage caught fire from the stove tove in inthe Inthe Inthe
the demolished caboose and a number numberof numberof numberof
of carloads of coal and several box cars carsloaded car carJo carsleaded
loaded with merchandise were destroyed destroyedThe deRroredThe destroyedThe
The wreck was wa due to one freight t ht train trainrunning trainnHlAtng trainrunning
running into a section of o another freight freightthat fre freightthat t tthat
that had brokep a short distance ahead aheadThe aheadThe ahealThe
The trainmen escaped by jumping jumpln It Itwas Itas itwas
was as necessary to summon a fire company companyfront
from Chambersburg to check the fire fireTROLLEY ftreI lireTROLLEY
Xew Line Will Vlll 111 He in Operation This ThisWeek Thillcck ThisWeek
Week WeekStwetel WeekSa1 cck cckStwdal
Stwetel to The Wufaimfc W Wadde a HcnU HcnUAnnapolis 1111IAnnapolla HireldAnnapolis
Annapolis Md id Feb L LAnnounceD1eftt LAnnounceD1eftthas Announcement AnnouncementHas
Has been made by officials o tclaJ of the Wash Washington WashIngton ask askin ¬
ington < Baltimore and 041 Annapolis nnapolis Electric ElectricRailway ElectricRaJhny ElectricRailway
Railway Company that the first trolley trolleycar trolleyear trolleycar
car between Annapolis and Washiagton Washiagtonwill Washiagtwill uhtagton uhtagtonwill
will run on either Tuesday Tua or Wednesday Wednesdaynext Wednadayafxt Wednesdaynext
next nextThe
The company expected to begin I opera operation operation operathou ¬
tion of Its cars during the last week but butbad butIMNl butbed
bad weather brought several eral setbacks getbacksThe etbacklTIle setbacksThe
The stringing of wires and all n necessary necessarywork necea necessarywork ar ar9rk
work 9rk has been completed so that th the theBCtieduJe theschedule
schedule may be inaugurated Inau nted as con contemplated 001Itemplated eontemplated ¬
templated Cars will not be operated over overthe overthe overthe
the streets reets of Annapolis for some me time timeyet time7tt timeyet
yet nor win the Baltimore Baltlm branch be beready beready
ready r dY for operation for several weeks weeksPorpoine 1eeuPnrlolHc weeksIOrpOit4e
Porpoine Killed JIlcI in Stream StreamSpedsl Strenmipedal Stienni3snttal
Spedsl to Th The WMk Wihlmire > toN herald HenldAnnapolis HfNIdDlUtpolla heraldAnnapolis
Annapolis Md Feb 1 1A A porpoise porpoiseseven porpoisesewn porpoisesevoti
seven feet long ln was killed in a a small smallcreek smallcreek smallcreek
creek here yesterday afternoon after a achase aeta achase
chase eta of six months This finny speci specimen specimen sped spedIflOfl ¬
men came up the bay with a school of ofthirty orthirty ofthirty
thirty last July and it wandered Into the thesmall thesmall thesmall
small Inlet to the creek and could not notget notout notget
get out again It had been n shot at hun hundreds l1undre huntireds ¬
dreds of times but without result rt ault The Thepresent Thet ThepreSent
present t freeseup however which com compelled comned cornpeiled ¬
pelled ned the big hi fish to come to the sur surface SUffilce surface ¬
face in a a narrow channel between the ice icebrought Ice1trouatat Icebrought
brought about its capture in a fish net
It was captured ami killed by DJck DJckCan DigkCantler k kCan
Cantler Can tier a wellknown local gunner Many Manyshot Man Manhot Mnyshot
shot hot were imbedded in the hide of the tbaporpoise thuporpolee theporpoise
porpoise and it is now on exhibition exhibitionRloltJng exhibitionlClOIflg
Klopiiij Couple Married MarrIedvedal j
Special 8 vedal to The WMMogton Henld HenldHagerstown I1enWHaserstown If staid staidHagerstown
Hagerstown Md Feb 1 1lIrs Mrs Elva ElvaRepp EhaRePJl ElvaRep
Repp Rep and Sylvester Shoemakor Sboemak an anoIOJlng aneloping
couple from Clear Springs Md Mdeame MdeaBM Mdcame
came to Hagerstown today procured a
license and were married by Rev J H
Jiffies of Washington hlnrtoR Square Methodist
Episcopal Church ChurchOnly ChurChOnly ChurchOnly
Only ten cents n week 1Te we k delivered deJfvcr d dfour at atyour atyour
your door doorthe the dully Issues of The
Washington Va hlngton Herald Phone Main 3300
Southern Railway Iiiaiigu Iiiaiigurates IlI Inaiigu1at3 ugn ugnrateS
rates 1at3 Changes in inService Service ServiceBENJAMIN ServiceI ServiceBENJAMIN
Civil hll AVnr Vnr nr Veteran nail Deputy c lmt Col Collector Collector Collooter ¬
lector of t thc Port Under President PresidentGlcrulniul PreHlcl treMihelItCleclniiit ut utClcclnuci
Glcrulniul Uetlumy IJcthuu itetlianyChurch aicihoiIlHt aicihoiIlHtCliurch JlctltodlHtChurchJlleotH
Church ChurchJlleotH Elects Trustees Sitccinl SitccinlMeeting SlcolnlUceting S1echLlMeeting
Meeting in First Baptist Church CluirchI OImrchwlIn ChurchII1tALI
turn Ml tttoviM e H HKing Iflag
King Steed StottLAlexandria sutAlexandria SteedAlexandria
Alexandria Alexandria Va Feb lMwt of the thefreight thetrtJlbt thefreight
freight cars of the Southern Railway RailwayCompany RailwayComJJlU1T RailwayCompany
Company heretofore in tbe Potomac Rail Railroad 1111road flailroad ¬
road yards In Alexandria County north northof northor northof
of this th city have been removed to this thiscity thiscity thiscity
city and are now oA Willies Uk and nd Union Unionstreets UnionItrftt Unionstreets
streets This movement on the par parf of ofhe ofthe ofthe
the he railway company is J taken by oiLiness citixenshere em emhe oiLinesshere
here to mean that th company intends to toabandon toabandon toabandon
abandon the yards ya as soon n as possible b It ItIs Itnerally itis
Is generally nerally believed that the company companywill company company1U eonipsflywilt
will 1U hereafter make up V its trains here hereA hereA hereA
A notice was posted po today by the offi officials 011IclaJa eMciali ¬
cials of the company At Roberts Rober l Cross Crossing CnMI1fti Crosslug ¬
lug north of th the eitys limits IImt announeln announelntbat announcing announcingthat nftOuneJqtbat
tbat a cut ot Off would hereafter be placed placedat
at that point This means it is I said that thathereafter thathereatter thathereafter
hereafter all locomotives will be detached detachedfrom detaehedfrom detachedfront
from southbound trains trat and other en engines en1n8 englees
glees attached to convey them to Wash Washington Wuhtots WashIngtou ¬
ington tots Southbound engines will proceed proceedto p pto
to the companys roundhouse here Within Withinthe Withinthe Withinthe
the past week over seventy men em employed omuIo empIoypd ¬
ployed uIo at t the Potomac yards have been beendismissed beentMed beendismissed
dismissed tMed and it is rumored thai other otherdtanisBls otbeld otherdheudela
d dtanisBls win bt b mad made within a short shortBenjamin ortU ortBenjamin borttime
U time timeBenjamin
Benjamin H It Lambert a wellknown wellknowneirtmeo welkftOWDI wellknownsifinesi
eirtmeo eltttiea died at I oclock this eaoratna morning at athis atlata athis
his home 114 Duke street after a brief briefillaeas IN1fofh briefillne
I illaeas h illne He was sixtyfour eIxUf Ur years of orrwo age agevrwo agerwo
vrwo rwo children survive him Urban S Lambert Lambert Lam Lainbert ¬
bert and hiss II Irene 8 Lambert both of ofthta ortb ofthin
thin tb city His J funeral will take place placefrom Placefrom placefrom
from from his h late e home Monday afternoon afternoonnext attfmoonxt af isenoon isenoonnext
next xt at 2 oclock The Th interment will be beprivate berlvate beprivate
private privateMr privateMr
Mr Lambert was w a son of the late lai Ben Benjamin BenJuWt lIenmiit ¬
jamin miit H and Ada Adalln Lambert At the theoutbreak theouLbft6k theoutbreak
outbreak of the civil war he Joined the theAlexandria theA1euadria theAlewdria
Alexandria Rifles afterward Company A Afought J JStventeenth ASeventeenth
Seventeenth YIfnta Vir4ala Regiment Dd he hetOOln hefought
fought for the Confederacy until the close closeof clewof
of hostilities Upon returning to this city cttrhe cityhe i ihe
he became engaged with his hi father in the themercantile themercantile themercantile
mercantile business Mr 1 Lambert at one oneUrn Of Ofu usiatints
Urn u represented the city eosmcffr CIOIIftdIltom from the theFlnt theFirst j jFirst
First ward Under President Clevelands Clevelandsadministration CInela CInelaaclall Clevelandsadhn1strat1on
administration aclall adhn1strat1on lltraUOn he served as deputy eel collector 001J eellector ¬
lector J tor of the ptnt for this city cityThe dtyThe cityThe
The following officers have been elected electedby eleetedby electedby
by the congregation co of Bethany Metho Methodist lethodiat Methodint ¬
dist Protestant Church John W Sum Summers SUIDmer SummeTs ¬
mers mer Charles Hanumon H Kirk jr jrJames JrJIaIDH jrJames
James JL R Caton F J Geiaendaffer Au Augustus AUpatu Augustus ¬
gustus Dean Dean J T Hairing James H HSmith HSJDlth HSmith
Smith It If B Caton trustees Charles CharlesHantxmon CharlesHantuaon CharlesHantamon
Hantxmon N 8 Oreenaway Harry C CSmith CSmith CSmith
Smith Ernest P Pittman J T Haring HaringR
R it H Hancock lIaacock L 1 L D Sullivan Frank FrankMicheiback FrankIicbeJb6ek PrankIdiehelback
Micheiback and J Thomas Cook stew stewards atewa stewaids ¬
aids a In the Corporation Court today todaythe todaJtbe todaythe
the election of the trustees was wa approved approvedby approvedby appeevedby
by Judge J udp L 1 C Barley BarleyA Barleymau
A mass meeting for men will be held heldat tat baldat
at S oclock tomorrow afternoon in the theFirst UtePInt theFirst
First Baptist Church when an anwUl address addresswill addresswill
will be delivered by Rev E B E Dudley Dudleyof
of Norfolk Va Va H He will take for f his sub subject subJect ub ubject ¬
ject Sunshine and Darkness A special specialmusical apedalmutcl specialmusical
musical programme JWO has been prepared for forthe forthe forthe
the occasion
Rev Re Joseph R Sexier pastor of the theSecond theSeeo theSecond
Second Presbyterian Church who has hasbeen hub baabeen
been conducting services m Danville Va Vahas Vabaa Vahas
has returned and wilt occupy his pulpit pulpittomorrow potpIttomOlTOW pulpittomorrow
tomorrow at all of the services George GeorgeF
F Schrait missionary in tbe State Stat will willconduct willonduet willconduct
conduct the services at the IrnmanueiLutheran ImmanuelLutheran
Lutheran Church tomorrow tomorrowFuneral tomonowFuneral tnmorrowFuneral
Funeral services rvlees over the remain of ofMrs OfIn ofMrs
Mrs Elton Cole wfll be held at the Sharon SharonEpiscopal 8haroaEpIRopal SharesEpiscopal
Episcopal Church at 3 oclock ocloelltCHlNMrew ocloelltCHlNMrewand tomorrow tomorrowand tomorrowand
and tbe interment tont will be In in incemetery the theeemetery theesmetery
cemetery at that puce e Rev 8 A WaJ WaJlls WaJJ Wailii
lls J of the Episcopal Theological Semi Seminary 5e11dnary Seminary ¬
nary wilt conduct the services RrVroeThe servicesThe I IThe
The board of Are wardens has pur purchased purchaNd putchased ¬
chased a a fine horse for or the Reliance RelianceSteam RelianceSteam RelianceSteam
Steam Fire Engine Enl ne Company for forThe 1250 1250The i iThe
The animal came from Fairfax County
Polk Killer IilI r and Negro Singers at atthe atthe t tthe
the Masonic Temple TempleLoader TempleJontll TempleLoaithvr
Loader Introduced In C roclnccll liy It Senator Selin tor rUT Taylor rUTiur Vayhoc ¬
lor hoc WHO Vltn TvllN PelI of the atelodien atelodienof troloclh lloIoilisof H Hur
of the SonthlMiid
Polk Miller and his celebrated negro negroquartet n nquartet negroquartet
quartet last evening ewn filled Masonic Mason1 aaonic Hall Hallwith Hallwith liahlwith
with echoes eJI of the Southland and sangthe angthe sang seagthe
the characteristic megs of antebellum antebellumdays antebeUumdaya antebellumdays
days before a large and representative representativeaudience reprenlatlveaudience represbntativeaudience
audience audienceSenator audienceSenator audienceSenator
Senator Robert U I Taylor of Tt TennesseeIntroduced Tennessee TennesseeIntroduced > DnetJH DnetJHIntmdooed
Introduced Mr Miller with an eloquent eloquentaddress eloquentaddress eloquentaddress
address telling of the true spirit that thathas thathas
has 1 prompted the singer to tour the thecountry thecountry thecountry
country and familiarize tamllJarbeAmericalUl Americans with withthe withthe lth lththe
the songs IOn and melodies of the old South SouthIn SouttIn Southin
In his quaint way Polk Miller explained explainedthe explainedthe explainedthe
i the great reat efforts made by celebrated writ writers writers writera ¬
ers like Joel Chandler Harris and Thomas ThomasNelson Thorn ThornNe ThomasNelson
Nelson Ne lOn Page to keep the memory of the theold theoIcI theold
old negro minstrelsy alive He said it ithad Ithad Ithad
had always been his aim to place before beforethe berorethe beforethe
the public the true Southern songs as asi ASthey asthey
i they were sung I by the negroes in the thedays thfdar thedays
days before the war and not to present presentnegroes presentn presentnegroes
negroes n who endeavor to show how they theyI theycan theycan
I can imitate the white singers Mr Miller Millersaid Millersaid Millersaid
said the th negroes n of o todky to todydIfter y differ widely widelyfrom widelyfrom Jdely Jdelyfrom
from the old black men of the South SouthAt Southjt SouthAt
At the commencement of the entertain entertainment entertainment entertainmeat ¬
ment Mr Miller Informed the audience audiencethat audiencethat audiencethat
that his singers could not distinguish dlaU KUlsh one onenote onenote onenote
note from rrOm another but sang by b ear earSolos earSolos
Solos and quartet setct selections ons were the theorder theorder timeorder
order of the entertainment entertainment interspersed interspersedwith Interspe Interspe11th Interspersedwith
with humorous huminous anecdotes by Mr Miller Millerall 11il1erAU Millerall
all dealing with incidents characteristic characteristicof charactf > rlstlc rlstlcor
of the Southern negro negroAmong negroAmonS negroAmong
Among the features of the programme programmewere programmewere programmewere
were Bass solo The Old O Sexton by
James Jam hamper mper Southern Melodies Melodiesby Melodiesby elodies elodiesby
by the quartet led by Anderson on Eppes Eppesflret Eppesftnt Eppesfirst
first tenor and the singing of Old Dan DanTucker DanTucker DanTucker
Tucker by b Polk Miller assisted by b the thequartet thequartet thequartet
quartet quartetThose quartetThose
Those who compose the quartet are areAnderson areAndelJOli areAnderson
Anderson Eppes first tenor Walter WalterLtghtfoot WalterU WalterLtghtfoot
Ltghtfoot U tfoot barytone James Shamper Shamperbasso Shamper1Mtuo Shamperbaao
basso and Clarence Smith second tenor tenorSeveral tenorSeverAl tenorSeveral
Several buck dances were performed performedby performedby performedby
by Earle Evans EvansMr EvansMr EvansMr
Mr Millers droll humor evoked much muchi muchapplaufle muchapplause
i applause He remarked Tf > marked that his singers singerswere slngergW8 singersera
were era not of the type t pe who were college collegebred colltgebred collegebred
bred hut who wire sHfCted from the thebackwoods thebRlkwoorlF thebarkwoods
backwoods Hn1 rnl who could < ould sing
The event was is hrlIgl1t > r rlight < ugiit to a close by
the singing of The Old Kentucky Home
by Polk Miller and the quartet
Mrs McDonald Not ot Bxin UXleteti otod tecl to to Sur Survive Surhc Stir1ve ¬
vive hc Murder Trial TrialChicago JrlnlChtcaao lrInlChicago
Chicago Feb LThe trial of Mrs Dora DoraMcDonald DoralcDonalc1 DoraMcDonald
McDonald widow of Chicagos millionaire millionairegambler mllUonaIreS1URblorkjn millionairegambler
gambler S1URblorkjn king for the death of Webster WebsterGuertn WObStSlGuerin
GUerin Guertn her youthful admirer furnished lumlalMdthe furnishedhe furnishedthe
the t he flnt Instance in the history of Ml Mlnote DU DUnot 1U1nets
note of a a dying l7ln < woman being placed la lajeopardy I Ijeop Ineopardy
jeopardy J n1y of her life lifeEvery liteEvery lifeEvery
Every day this week a physician pbllleluat has hassat baaat
sat s at behind l > the woman expecting JMlCtlq her h at atany ataD7 atany
any moment to have a fatal attack ot otheart otheart Stheart
heart disease d If Mrs McDonald Cur survives lurvt Curnyse ¬
vives vt nyse the ordeal it is tbe tim opinion of the thedoctor tINdoctor thedoctor
doctor that she he cannot lift many maD months monthsThey moatMThy UOOthLThe
They The are certain that the shock of a con conviction eonvJcUon COnviction ¬
viction would would kill her herThe herThe herThe
The testimony given today convinced convincedmany aouedmau eonvtaesdmany
many mau of those connected with the trial trialthat trialtbat trialthat
that Ouerins hand held the weapon wpoatile whanthe When Whenthe
the trigger was pulled pulledGIVES DulledGIVES pulledGIVES
Former Senator Davis Entertains EntertainsCompany EntertainsCompany EntertainsCompany
Company of Railroad Officials OfficialsOne OffioialsOnc OfficialsOne
One of the Most fOKt Important Jlllporht lt of the theWinter theVlncr thelner
Winter lner Social FnnuUoiix at Home Homeof Homeor Honieof
of Senator Selin tor and fUrs Urs Irs I8Ik1nj I8Ik1njAs IDlklnltAa UhkliiitAs
As it has been his annual adual custom for foryeam toryeara foryears
years to entertain atertaln prominent railroad railroadpresidents raUIOftdprealdettta
presidents former United States Stat Senator SenatorHenry geoatorHelUY SenatorHenry
Henry Gassaway Davis gave a dinner dinnerlast dinnerlast
last night in honor of Mr Oscar C Mur Murray tur turray ¬
ray president t of the Baltimore and Ohio OhioRailroad ObioatIrad OhioRailroad
Railroad at the residence of his sonin soninlaw IIOD IIODJaw sosinlaw
law and daughter Senator and a Mrs MrsStephen KrI8teJen MrsStephen
Stephen B Elkins 1C6 l K street north northwest nortbw nortblAst northweu ¬
west westLast w weu
weuLast Last year Mr George Georp F Bur Burdeat presi president prealdent ¬
dent of the Heading n was the w guest of ofhonor ofheaur ofhoea
honor and the year before the dinner dinnerwas tinnerwas r rwu
was given lvep e to Mr Alexander Caseatt Caseattpresident eaauPNII4ent Cauusttpresident
president of ttss t Pennsylvania Railroad Railroadwho TtaProIdwho BaJhrosdwho
who has since died diedThe diedThe diedThe
The dinner ner was one of the Important Importantsocial aportantsodal importantocIal
social functions tu UOft of the winter Senator SenatorDavis BeDtorDaV SenatorDavis
Davis J and Mr Murray have been close closepersonal el elpenoftl closepersonal
personal friends for years each having a ahigh ah ahigh
high h regard for the other The home of efSenator ofSeDa ofSenajor
Senator SeDa Elkins was w decorated and bril brilliantly brtlllaady brililantly ¬
liantly Illuminated Mrs Zulus assisted assistedher Itedher assistedher
her father m In receiving receivingMr ftCtlvIo ftCtlvIoMr receivingMr
Mr E H Harriman New York Mr MrJames MrJ1De8 MrJames
James McCrea presUent of tbe Pennsyl Pennsylvania PftaaaytvaDa Pensaylraffia ¬
raffia Mr George F Baer president of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Reading Mr L M Johnson presi president preJQdent piesident ¬
dent of the Norfolk and Western and Mr MrW MrW MrW
W W FInley president pre of the Southern Boutbenaw Southernwere Southernwere
were w among ooa those who wlo advised Senator SenatorDavis SenatorDavis SenatorDavIs
Davis of their regret in not being able to tobe tobe tobe
be present because beca UN of business or care of ofhealth ofMalth ofhealth
health healthThe MalthTbe healthThe
The guests present rHeftt were Mr M A AKnapp AKaapp AXnapp
Knapp chairman Interstate Commerce CommerceCommission CommelteComaon CommerceCommimion i
Commission Mr F M Cockrefl Member MemberInterstate 1DelDbftJnteretate memberInteratate
Interstate Commerce Commission Mr E ED E ED ED
D Underwood president Erie Railroad RailroadMr RaIlroadMr RailroadMr
Mr W A A Garrett president Seaboard SeaboardAir IIe8hoanIJI SeaboardAir
Air Line Railway Railway1 Railway1Mr Mr W N Page presi president resIdeBt p551demmi ¬
dent Virginian Railway R llway Mr J M t Shoe Shoemaker ShooJll Shoemaker ¬
maker Jll er vice president Pittsburg and Lake LakeErie LakeErie LakeErie
Erie Railway Mr C E Pugh vice presi president PftBIdent prealdent ¬ i
dent Pennsylvania Railroad Mr C F FRandolph YRandolph 7Rantloiph
Randolph vice president Baltimore and andOhio andOhio andOhio
Ohio Railroad Mr G L L Potter vice vicepresident vleeent vicepresident
president ent Baltimore Baltlmorp and Ohio Railroad RailroadMr RailroadXr RailroadMr
Mr E R R Bacon Vice president Baltimore Baltimoreand BaIUmoreaDd Baltimoreand
and Onto Southwestern Soutbwe rJ Railroad Mr H HB HB HB
B Spencer vice vic president Southern Rail Railway Raflway Railway ¬
way Mr A A Robertson vice president presidentWestern pft presMentWestern lent lentW
Western W Maryland Railroad Mr Daniel DanielWlttard DantelWllIad DanielWillard i
Wlttard vice 1 president pre Jdftnt Chicago Burling Burtl Burtlt Emthugtoe Burlington ¬
ton t and Quincy Railway Mr Duvis El Elktes EIIda K1kiss
Ida president Morgantown and King Kingwood Kb Kbwood ICingwood
wood Railway ay Mr John T Davis direc director director directot ¬
tor Coal and Coke Railway Mr Douglas DouglasH
H U Thomas 1bom president Merchants rehant8 Na National NaBa1timOlf Natloital ¬
tional Bank Baltimore Mr James
peyer peyerElkins Senator SenatorElkins SenatorElkina
Elkins of West Virginia VirginiaCHINESE VirginiaCHINESE VirginiaGll1NBE
Their few ew Yews CHUMS ea Xo o IT ITmnl 11uul Thi Thiiiij1
mnl iiij1 Stir iI Rations Gapifel GapifelU Oapi1a1TUJHtJOJt Oipilbugitlon
TUJHtJOJt Sh SImssvm Xn 0 J Ijlxrkt Ikt iinil Sn SntiHta 0 0UuU niiietlaS
U UuU iiietlaS iill Snnu Sonic m e CelefttiH CelefttiHCHllN Celco tiHta Siaku SiakuChinamen 31akuCKl1R M aktz aktzCaI1s
CHllN front flOI Shay S3s tit ttoIjlxrkt Sh Shaap ShaapChinamen Jt JtChinamen
Chinamen in their best silks and em embroidcred embroldered m mbroWere4
broidcred satins tlDa went shuffling 8hu from fromto shop shopto ahepto
to shop and andhou house to house yesterday and andlast aDdlast andlast
last night making New Year calls for foryesterday toryesterday foryesterday
yesterday was the Chinese Ch Shin SIal When NtenIn NIettIn Whenin
In many instances Chinatown babies ac accompanied accmnpaated accomponhed ¬
companied their thel parents parentsThese parentsTheIle parentsThese
These tiny boys and girls girlswere were the re redpfents re redpfenta icclents
dpfents of oddly fashioned fIonecIatta gifts The TheChinese TheCIdaae TheChinese
Chinese give presents to their children on onNew oaNew onW
New W w Yera Year much the same as Americans Americanson
on Christmas ChristmasAt CbrI8tmaeAt
At the approach of o dawn yesterday yesterdaymoraing yesterdaymorning
moraing every Chinaman who had paid paidhis paMhis
his debts rose from his knees before his hisancestral hisI hisancestral
ancestral I tablet and and turning his face to tothe tofIaSt toth
the th vast folded his arme arm and an prostrated prostratedhimself pmstratedm prostratedhimself
himself m lf to Sung Ti that great vague vagueindefinable vagueindefinable
Jndftn indefinable bl allpowerful deity of the de devout de devout dovent ¬
vout Celestial C leatla which is I typified typl not notIItIe rep represented represented ¬ i
resented IItIe ted by the rising < sun sunWhile lIunWhIle sunWhile i
While the storekeepers and other real residents 1ftIdents realdents ¬
dents of Chinatown observedthe day with withceremony withce withceremony
ceremony ce mony and home custom cutom the mess members metnbera messhers ¬ I
hers of the Chinese Legatl Legation a paid not the theslightest thealllfhlest theslightest
slightest attention to Shin Nfen NfenThe NIenTbt NknTbc
The legation tlon was without a light or sign signof aitPaor siguof
of Hew Years on the exteriqr and had hadtbe hadthe hadthe
the visitor expected to find the interior interiorbrilliantly interiorbrtUuUy Interiorbrilliantly
brilliantly lighted and the attaches mov moving movm movlug ¬
lug about in gala robes he wa WaB w doomed doomedto
to disappointment Nothing Indicating the thefestival thefesUval thefestival
festival day was seen and the routine of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the legation was undisturbed undisturbedThe undturbedThe undisturbedThe
The diplomats evidently think that to tocelebrate tocelebrate tocelebrate
celebrate the Chinese New Year would be beto beto beto
to put themselves on the level of their theircountrymen theircountr7ll1en theircountrymen
countrymen in Pennsylvania avenue avenueto and andto amito
to avoid thin they did not even smoke a aspecial aspecial aspecial
special brand of cigar cigarThe e1prThe cigarThe
The week w following Shin Nice N is gen geneJally gsaemily i ierally
emily devoted to pleasure by the Chinese Chl Chland Chineseand i iand
and it is likely that little business will willbe winbe willbe
be transacted In Chinatown for the next nextfew nextfey nextfew
few days daysHad daysHad daysHad
Had the police permitted it firecrackers fire flrerarkersWOll1l r8kers r8kerswould i iwould
would haw JUtV been used
Leese LeeseInvisible LeeseInvisible
r Invisible InvisibleBifocals InvisibleBifocals InvisibleBifocals
Bifocals BifocalsAre
Are a combination of the thereading thereading thereading
reading and distance dlstan < glasses glasseswithout glas glasscswithout s swithout
without the usual line of di division diIslon division ¬
vision Islon No cement is used usedthe USfflthe usedthe
the two lenses being ground groundInto groundInto groundInto
Into one oneM oneM oneM
M A IEESE IEESEManufacturing LEESE LEESEManufacturing LEESEManufacturing
Manufacturing Optician Opticiant
614 9th Street N W
Carlos JJoigii Full of Tar Tarmoil Tiltmoil rirlHOil
moil and Discontent DiscontentREPUBLICANS DiscontentREPUBLIOANS DiscontentREPUBLICANS
Attempt to Iliilu 1nrtiignl Without lthont n nI ILturllnmcnt alnrhlntmient
I turllnmcnt urlfiunont Qrin flrIns H Mutter lnU r to n nCrlKiM nCrhlltlCIOWIl itCrlpiimCroan
CrlKiM CrhlltlCIOWIl Crown Prince lrl nec InvornlUe 15nsorzt 11 e to tothe tothc totime
the Revolutionists lint Later II I1oomeH lie liecomes e eoomeN
comes Reconciled to HlN Pnther PntherFrom InthcrFrom PathierFrom
From the U outset t of his reign King KingCarlos XIDICarloa KingCaries
Carlos had trouble There was opposition oppositionto
I to his management of governmental at affairs atI atfain ¬
I fairs fain from tl m those who were in favor Ca of ala alarepublican a arepublican aI
I republican form of government governmentThis KOYernntfit gueernmntThis
This opposition grew to such an extent extentthat extentthat extentthat
that in t recent years there has been riot riotins JIottng riotng
ins ng and almost a revolution revolutionAbout revolutloBAbout revolutionAbout
About a year 7 r ago King Carlos suspended suspendedthe H8IJeQdectthe suspendedthe
the constitutional form of government governmentand lJOvernmentand gevernmentand
and made Prime Minister Franco prac practically pesoUcaily ¬ i
tically tical a dictator Since StD then there has hasbeen haaITMt hasbeen
been great discontent in Lisbon and ether etherTarge etherlarge tHr
1 large cities with rioting rloti and bloodshed bloodshedThe bloodshedThe I
The populace looked upon Don Carlos action actionas actionan actionas
as an arbitrary proceeding and there tbereopeIt was wasopen wasopen
open hostility hostilityFor hoetflltyPor hostilityFOr
For a time King Carlos kept t away from frompublic froaapublic trusspublic
public functions for the purpose of avoid avoiding avoidag ¬ i iIq
ing l ag demonstrations against him He Ie also alsotook aisotook I
took means ty making excursions to the themilitary themilitary I
military mUtta centers and concessions to the thetroops thetroope thetroops
troops to obtain their loyalty In brief briefthe briefthe briefthe
the opposition against King XI Carlos was wasbased wasbaHd wasbased
based on his attempt to govern through throughPrime tbroupPrIme throughPrime
Prime Minister Franco without a perils parliament perilsment ¬ I IJDeltt
ment JDelttlhrollCHcll
fhreiitcMcil Martini JunIn Law IIMVla Lawin
In July of last year e it was wa said that the theKing tINKIn theICing
King had promised Franco that if it was wasfound wufound wasfoussi
found necessary to uphold the monarchy monarchyhe
he would sanction the suspension u of con constitutional 00ftstltutJonai constitutlonal ¬
stitutional guarantees which would be beequivalent beequ1valeBt beequivalent
equivalent to declaring deelart martial law AU Allthrough AUtb1O AUthrough
through tb1O these troublous times there was wastalk wutalk wastaIk
talk of the King abdicating and many majmy y in indications mdkaUona Indicatlons ¬
dications of a pending pendin revolution revolutionThen revoluttonTheft revolutionThen
Then th the crown prince went on a two twomonths tWomoot twomonths
months moot trip In A Africa frlca He Heth was received receivedwith rcelvedwith
with th much favor and returned to Portu Portugal Portupi Pmtngal ¬
gal to oppose his fathers fatw dictatorship dictatorshipHe cU atonblpHe
He advised adv1 ed his atller < father ther that if the thing thingwas thnlkept thingwas
was kept up it would mean that Portugal Portugalwould Portuplwould Portugalwould
would become a hotbed of republicans republicansand repubUcaalud repubhiesusand
and anarchists and might mean the over overthrow overthrow overthrow ¬
throw of the monarchy monarchyThe monarchyt h hTbe
t The crown prince was lined up with the theconservative theiovadvea theonasrvatlves
iovadvea conservative and at one time there was wasa wasa i ia
a report that his father bad banished him himThis blmThIa himThin
This was wa not true hot the situation be became bename ¬ I Icame
came so strained that a a strict press con eenIOnabJp conamship
orsblp was established establishedOn dOn
On one OII occasion two bombs bom were found foundin founclin foundIn
in a Lisbon theater where King Carlos Carloshad CartMbad Chilebad
bad been to t see the performance It was wasnot wuDOt wasnot
not uncommon for bombs bolD to be thrown in inthe IDthe inthe
the street and one bomb said 14 to have havebeen haveJuteDded havebeen
been Intended for the King killed two twophysicians twophriaD twophysicians
physicians phriaD1Jrhtlc physiciansIPorhad
IForlmdtt IPorhad IM IxlfHe 1 lie GetUlerl latlitirlags latlitirlagsThe ttIierlH HgS HgSThe < N NThe
The government order signed by King KingCarlos X1acCarlO8 If lug lugCarton
Carlos forbidding public gatherings ef efany ofany olany
any kind and giving ctvtMea magUtrates the full fullest taUeat fulleat ¬
eat power to deal with political offenders offendersand deadenand olendersand
and at the same tine characterising cb as IllSbJcb
treason antJmonarcMcal aad activity was wasthe wasthe I
the death warrant for the Kins K King and andcrown aadcrowp andcrowp
crowp prince princeHis prIaceHili princeHis
His majesty signed it at Villa Vices VJcoeaaad
it was u quickly circulated This TbIaIUOU8fd
the antidynasty adherents to a astate
of frensjr and fl it was publicly pro proclaimed MOdalmecl proclaimed ¬
claimed that all of the he members of the i
royal house and the pretent ministry ministryhad mbaiatrybad ministryhad
had been marked mark for death deathBy deathBy deathHy
By arising tal the leaders of the uprising upriaiqthat uprisingthat uprisingthat
that was scheduled bechded to have taken place placeTuesday tIaceTuE1lday placeTuesday
Tuesday it was believed tbe tbej ao givment givmenthad At Atbad
j had secured control of the situation mils milsI ftta fttahowever Thishowever
I however seems to have been a wholly whollyfala wboUJfal whollyfalse
fala fal false impression impressionThe IrnporeqioIaThe ImpressionThe
The wholesale arrests a of the last few fewdays fewcia fewdays
days cia added to the generally complex complexsituation ecMBpleXaituatJon complexsituation
situation For weeks Premier Franco has hasnot baanot hasnot
not slept twice In the same house and andeach andeach andeach
each night he has been guarded by a acouple acouple acouple
couple of troops of cavalry which have havepatrolled bavetlOUed havepatrolled
patrolled tlOUed the particular restdrnce resiivs co street m mwhich ba bahkb inwhIch
which hkb he took refuge But it was hoped hopedthat hopedthat hopedthat
that the King would be safe fat Villa VillajVfcosa VillaVicoa VillaVicona
jVfcosa jVfcosait Vicoa VicoaIt Viconait
it is admitted that for months m ntlut arms armsammunition armsammunlftoa arainammunition
ammunition and bombs bonI have been smug smuggled smoegled smugglad ¬
gled across the border and the charge chargehas cbilrphf8 chargebps
has been made mad that certain leading Por Portuguese Port Partugtes ¬
tuguese t merchants had b pooled their f ftunes fur furtunes r rI
I tunes to finance the revolution revolutionPlan revohatioDI revolutionPlait
Plan I IRJl to Seize City CityFollowing CityFollowIDa CityFollowing
Following the arrest of the plotters in inthe inlhe inthe
the National atlonal Library last Tuesday the thepolice llaeI thepollee
I police of Lisbon got possession of the theplans th thpiau theplans
> plans for insurrection urrectlon It had been in intended Intended Intended ¬
tended to swing a lantern from the tower towerof towaof towcrof
of the National Library and armed banda bandswere bandawere bandawere
were then to have seined the city aided aidedby aidedby aMedby
by a ship p which was In the harbor harboron and andon
on which was w to have been mounted can cannon aDnon ennnon ¬
non to demolish the government palace palaceKing paIaeeKlq palaceKing
King Carlos last gaaetted decree d is the themost themoat themacst
most sweeping public document ever pro promulgated pr0mulgated promulgatemi ¬
mulgated in Portugal It was made e retro retroactive roLesactive
active to January 21 n suspended parlia parhiamentary rUa rUamen1ary
mentary immunity compared the persons personsconvicted peI8ODBconvicted personsconvicted
convicted of political agitation to crhn crtm1na18 crimmats
mats and deprived them t em of civil rights rightsThe rtshaThe rightsThe
The King in signing it justified it by bydeclaring bydtclarlnl bydeclaring
declaring it necessary to remove the lead leaders 1Mden heedera ¬
ers and make an example of the instlga instlgators iust iusttor instigatorn
torn tor of agitation against public order orderbefore trbtfore orJrbefore
before the country was deluged with withblood wlhblood withblood
blood bloodThe bloodThe
The fate of Premier Franco whose e esl per persistence persistence ¬
sistence sl tfDCe in the maintenance of a practi practical pntCtteal pesedcal ¬
cal dictatorship of the country countrydoubteelly was un undoubtedly andoubtedly ¬
doubtedly the primary cause of the regi regicide rttdeIde regidde ¬
cide is l unknown unknownHniiilruilft unknownJlnllllrClll unknownhInndredm
Hniiilruilft of ArrcAtn ArrcAtnPortugal ArrctaPortugal rrcothl rrcothlPortupl
Portugal and especially Lisbon I has hasbeen baabeen hasbeen
been in a state of frightful confusion confusionfor co contusionfor fu8lon fu8lonfor
for months There have been repented repentedrumors repeltedrumors rcpetc4rumors
rumors that the King was about to be bedeposed bedepoRod bedeposed
deposed scores of magazines of arms and andammunition andammunition andammunition
ammunition have been seized throughout throughoutthe
the capital hundreds of arrests have been beenmade beenmade beenmade
made and repeated r tecl plots have been un unearthed 118 118earthecl usearthed ¬
earthed to murder the King and ibis 4rfspremier bIapremier ibispremier
The Crown Prince Luis the Dnfte of ofBragnnza OfBragansa alBraganna
Bragnnza has generally been cussed cussedhowever c chowEver classedhoweverl
however as having liberal tendencies tendenciesIt
It I t was as reported ft a few f w weeks ago a that thathe tha thathe t tht
he > had been beta beep banished to one ef the Kings Kingscountry Jet Jetountry Kingscountry
country estates estates IN 1 DIn mile from Lisbon for forcountenancing foreountenaneinl forcountenancing
countenancing a plot by the malcontents malcontentsto ma1com ma1cometto 1tta 1ttato
to depose e his father and seat t himself on onthe onthe onthe
the throne throneWhether throneWhether throneWhether
Whether it was true or not that be bewas hewas bewas
was actually actuaIlyexlied exiled it is certain that he hedisappeared hedisappeared hedisappeared
disappeared for some time from the court courtand courtand courtand
and was known to be in disfavor and andunder andunder andunder
under surveillance on his return to the thecapital thetapUal thecapital
capital a short time later It was w un understood undtrstOOd andt1StOOd ¬
derstood that he had submitted how however howeve however ¬
ever eve and of late the impression Im r ton has been beenthat beenthat
that he was again in favor with his hisfather hisfath hisfather
father fatherThe fath fatherThe r rThe
The murders murflers were probably precipitated precipitatedby precipitatedby
by a decree signed by King XI Carlos yes yesterday YMterday yestertlay ¬
terday extending the magistrates power powerto powrto powerto
to deal with political suspects and of offenders olfenders t tfenders ¬
fenders ana Increasing Incrfa tng the severity of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the penalties against antigovernment antigovernmentplotters anUgovemnteDtplotterl antigovernmentplotters
plotters plotterlAdollt
Adopt Stringent Censures CensuresDrastic 1IcnJllurclIDrfItic MeasuresDraptic
Drastic orders of this nature have been beenIssued HeRl beenIssued
Issued l sufd from time to time for weeks w eks but butfollowing butoUowlng butfollowing
following his majestys recent departure
for Villa VI Vienna the situation became becameo b eame eame1M
1M o much graver that Premier Franco Francodeemed FrliteOdeemed Francedeemed
deemed it expedient exped n t to adopt atm more morestringent moretrlnent morestringent
stringent trlnent measures measuresHe measvreHe measuresHe
He drafted the new decide and andflent andflentan sent sentan nt ntan
an emissary tm to the King Ktn for the latters letterssignature lattersalpature latterssignature
signature Carlo compiled plfed and d the or order orcler ordcc ¬
der was w gazetted yesterday yesterdayFranco yterdaFranco yesterdayFranco
Franco was raised to the premiership premiershipsome premieDIbJpme prem1ethipsome
some me time ago and instantly s H aeI f about abouta altoltpurtAcattoq
a purification of Portugals political mor morals morThere morals ¬
als There was no question qu tlon that the thecountry thcountry thecountry
country was the most OIItcorrupt corrupt on onoartJa onoartJalIe eu oar earth earthHe tit titlie
lie cut off an immense Immen number of of officeholders oCeehoWera offleeholders ¬
ficeholders and canceled Ied hundreds of ofsinecures ofslnecurH ofsinecuros
sinecures held by the t nobility and their theircor theircor theireornet1ons
eornet1ons cor l1 nations tIonl To keep the King in good goodhumor gooc1bmor goodhumor
humor he granted the latter heavy addi additions additIOns addllions ¬
tions to his income The Th army was Wit also alsoliberally aIMliberally aIsoliberally
liberally treated and Increases we made madeIn JUdeIq madeIn >
In the salaries of the rank and file and of ofthe ortile ofthe
the really necessary ary officials as a means meansof meansof nee1Nlof
of furnishing < at least eSst at a small > party of ofsupporters ofliupportefll ofsupporters
supporters for the ministry ministryWhen JIIlnlstryWhfft ministryWhen
When the national assembly mbly objected to tolTan toFranos j jFrancos
lTan Francos s policy the premier dissolved it itHe ItHe it itie
He ie reused too vo call t i fresh election elocUoruerttft electionasserting j jasserting
asserting that under uftd r existing exl ttn < conditions conditionsan
an appeal to the country would simply simplyresult simplyeuIt mply mplynult
result 5n n a restoration ot the oW 0 e orde ordeIto Ck CkH dor dorH
H Ito would not 1101 he deelareJ d < l8reJ summon an another an6her another ¬
other parliament until such fUCb uch changes chalt es could couWbe couLle couldbe
be made in the election laws as would wouldinsure wouldilUlUre WOUkIInsure
insure a really representative body bod Hi Hikm lila Iflamt lilalast
km announcement AIlDfIU JlMnt we wu to the eft that thatthere titiitUlere thattiters
there would ould be an election el t1oA In the spring springbjt pring1ut springbit
bit pcent I CEnt disorders cIIeot anJ the violent mea measures meaurts messurea ¬
urea adopted a to suppress uppre them c4 nn nnpeople DIOat DIOatpeople inOstpeople >
people to think that he wool would reconsider reconsiderhis lUOrilia r ° nMdt nMdthis
his promise rromtlleRo1eK I IRules j jIluleH
Rules us Dictator DictatorIn
In the meantime tbne the premier ruled as asvirtual asYlrtual asvirtual
virtual dictator King Carlos dettshta dettshtawith deItSb deItSbwith doIIghto4with <
with the liberality with 1th which he be1MIeR had hadbesit j jbeen
been treated upheld his mintoter in all allhe allhe allhe
he did even in tbe face of warnings from fromhis fromh fromhis
his h fellow sovereigns sovereignsThe sovereignsThe verelaMThe
The nobility which had suffered sua the themost thet themost
most t severely vere1 by Francos reforms hated batedhim hatedJabn hatedhim
him even more cordially than the republi republicans republlcanL republicans ¬
cans The dimculty has been from the thefirst theftr8t thefirst
first to secure 8evre cooperation between these thesecontending tbewcontencllq thesecontending
contending interests and ud disinterested disinterestedobservers disinterestedobserver lted ltedcmervera
observers have been generally ealiy of the opin opinion opinIon optsion ¬
ion that this th friction would enableIraaco enableFranco enable enableFranco
Franco to maintain his position in the theabsence theb8eace theabsence
absence of course of some such develop development development developmeat ¬
ment as a yesterdays yesterdaysThe yaterclayThe yesterdaYsThe
The rigorous censorship and the banish banishment baDlallment banishmeet ¬
ment of all newspaper correspondent corr ta has hasmade7 baamadtt ha hamadett
made7 madett if impossible for some time for out outsiders outn outelder ¬
elder n to learn just what conditions condIUO act actually actually acttinily ¬
ually prevailed in Lisbon LisbonEnough LlebonEnouP LisbonEnough
Enough leaked out out however to make Ice it itcertain Itcertain
certain that assassination plots plot were nu numerous DUmerous flumorons ¬
I merous that the royal palace was under underheavy erhf8VY underheavy
heavy guard and that Franco was al always aiI a aways ¬
I ways 78 surrounded by a strong tron detachment detachmentof etacb aeat aeati
i of soldiers of tried loyalty loyaltyOne loyaltyOne j jOne
One of the moat recent plots was to toWow tDbI toblow
Wow bI w up tint cathedral where the king kingworshiped kiDI kingworshiped
I worshiped The discovery of a wellknown wellknownanarchist welllmcnlrnanarehl8t wallknownanarchist
anarchist disguised as a priest in a room roomadjoining MOlDadjolnlnc roomadjoining
adjoining the auditorium led to an mesa investigation IDve8tfptioD mesatigatien ¬
tigation which revealed a quantity qW of ofexplosives ofexplo ofexplosives
explosives explo ivee so planted as a to have insured insuredthe iuuredthe insuredthe
the destruction of the entire royal party partyas partyaa partyas
as soon as they took their places in the thecathedral tbecathedral tb tbcathedral
cathedral cathedralSUSPECTED cathedralSUSPECTED cathedralSIISPBOTBD
Negro Dirk I Fits Description Given Givenby Givenby Givenby
by Miss Mi Kelly KellyVictim Kellyytctlal KellyVIeiIa
Victim VIeiIa u of f rJIU iff Will HI Attempt Att ttlttitipt ml to toIdentify tuJtleHtH tohileathfy
JtleHtH Identify Man tsn Under Cnc1e Arrest rc t tin tinHer n nHe usher
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On 0 sunrfcfon awiJ c1os of having MvI attacked and androbbed ucIMJ androbbed
robbed Miss Janette JaJle te Kelly xen of flitbel her pocket pocketbook IOdNItbook pochetbook
book in front of the Portland rdaaII Hotel Ifetelon Ifetelontbe enthe en enthe
the night of January 14 1 JohnDavis a anegro aecro anugro
negro thirty years old who lives on
Eleventh street between I and K streets atreetsnortlrtR8t streetsnorthwest j jnorthwest
northwest was arrested last night t by bycentral byeentftl bycentral
central office Detectives Barbee and Ver Vermillion VermllUon Vetmillion
million millionDavis mllUonDans V VDavis
Davis is held at the First precinct 19NdacttIon ate atethou u ufurther
thou PMCIi pending further inv iD tTIVeSIgtIOn It Is
probable Miss Kelly will visit I8tt Itt the station stationthis ataUoDth stationthis
this th forenoon to see if she he can identify identifythe ldeatttythe kiestifythe
the man as her assailant assailantThe ai1aatThe assailantThe
The robbery of Miss > Kelly was one of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the most daring of that sort that has oc occurred occurred occurved ¬
curred The young you woman was attacked attackedwhen at atteckedwhen
when hen almost directly under a street t lamp lampaad lampaWI lampand
and within witbl sight t of several people Her Hert JlerIant lierusaBant
usaBant Iant t then D ran through Vermont Vermontcourt VenaoDtcourt Vermontcourt
court an alley leading from Vermont Vermontavenue Yenooatavenue Vermontavenue
avenue to Fifteenth street streetDavis streetDavia streetDav1
Davis Dav1 to employed at a a large livery liverystable livery8table liverystable
stable located in this alley He it is a tall talilightskinned tan tanutataldnnH talllightskinned
lightskinned negro and 4 answers the de description 4Ie8CItptJoD 4 4scription ¬
scription famished the police by Mies MiesKelly MhaKelly U UKelly
Kelly of her asailant Davis DtvI positively positivelydenies 1 positivelydenies dnly dnlyde
denies de any connection with the case casej ca caWlthlD caseWithin
j Within the past two or three months monthsthree moath5three monthsthree
three women have been attacked and androbbed androbbed androbbed
robbed by by ny unknown negroes in the thevicinity theriefnlty thevicinity
vicinity of L street between Thirteenth Thirteenthand Tbirtefnthand Thirteenthand
and Sixteenth streets northwest In each eachinstance eahInataDCe eachInstance
instance the victims told the police that thati thattheir
i their r assailant was a lightskinned negro negroV
I V It is j probable roMble that other victims will willbe wiltbe 111 111be
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Lewis Condemned for Slay Slaying Slaying Slaylug ¬
ing His H s Stepdaughter StepdaughterHEARS StepdaughterHEARS Stepdaughter1thARS
Young IeiiiiHylvnnla eIlIlH nuin Farmer Shown Shownhlttle ShoWIiJlttlc Showsfutile
futile Feeling When Jury fur aiakoa aiakoanetnrn iMaiemsReturn 1 1Retnrn
Return After Eighteen Hours De Deliberation IJe1IherntfonVJfCt lehhieratloiWIfe ¬
liberation 1IherntfonVJfCt hhieratloiWIfe AVlfc Fatherland Inther and Pros Prosecutor ProMecntor Proscenter ¬
center Affected l II hh j the Deaisioii DeaisioiiWest DcoJ DcolslonWest lon lonW
West W Chester PL Feb LIrwin A ALewis AIAwIa ALewis
Lewis was declared Iued guilty pitt of murder in intbe Inthe r rthe
the first degree de r for the staying ef Uttfe UttfeMary UttI UttIIary littIMary
Mary Iary Newlin his fiveyearold anJWr ltl step siepdaifcbter atepdahter stepdalEbter
daifcbter today The Tb jury returned the theverdict theverdlet theverdict
verdict at 12tt lll oclock oclockThe oc1eekThe oclockThe
The young farmer received the Jury JUrys JUrysverdict a averdict 5verdict
verdict wflnout wflllout a sign of emotion seem seemingly 8eeWInGfy Seem Seemhmgly ¬
ingly failing t fUnS to realise its U terrible im import i m mport ¬
port Unless a new trial trial for which J Jplication ap appilcatiQa i ipllcation >
pllcation will be made inverses the de decision deellion docislon ¬
cision be wilt forfeit his life on the gal galtows gii gallows 1 1lows
lows for his crime crimeFor crIJaeFor crimeFor
For eighteen hours following their re retirement ItUrement ntirement ¬
tirement lasV Ja evening MIla < DO ° ° word w9fdraIIM cane from fromthe fromthe frontthe
the twelve men who had Lewis fate in intheir inthetr intheir
their hands At If l oclock dock this morn morning mornDC mornrug ¬
rug DC when court convened to twelve their theirdecision theirit theirdecision
decision it was announced that they had hadnot hallnot halnot
not agreed agreedTwo agreedV agreedTwo e eTwo V
Two hours elapsed eta during which tin tinprisoner tl1 thprisoner
prisoner waited wet in l suspense in a cell in inthe intbe iiithe
the courthouse court Hi iits parent pc who had hadbeen hartbeen lmaibeen
been with him at the opening of the thecourt tit tlleowt titcourt
court were in their t hotel a square uare from fromthe trOlllthe frontthe
the courthouse when beD at ten minutes after aftertbe afterthe aftertile
the hour of neon they learned tile ver verdict verdiet vetdiet ¬
diet there
Crowd Pilled Room RoomUnknown IluomrnlmoW1l IttiomitUnknown
Unknown to V them the jury had sent sentword sentW01d sentword
word to the court that they the had agreed agreedand qrpf qrpfand agreiand
and had filed into the courtroom courtroom and anddelivered anddeUvered an andelivered
delivered their verdict Lewis ew accord accordingly ucordtasly accordbigly ¬
bigly was alone so far as his relatives relativeswere relaUwIwere relativeswere
were concerned when be heard his fat fatbut fatbut ftbut
but a big crowd of spectators whi whibad whihad h hhad
had been bee waiting in the corridors fuel fillelthe ftndthA fuelthe
the courtroom courtroomJohn m mlohn V VJohn
John T Dorian foreman of the jury juryannounced JurralUlOUDced juryannounced
announced the verdict in 1 reassess r to Un Unusual t tusual Uttusual ¬
usual inquiry by the court crier crierGuilty erlerGullt7 crIerGuilty
Guilty of murder in the first degree degreesaid dngreesaid ee eeaid
said he in solemn voice vole without poking pokingat IIaokir1 IIaokir1at okine okineat
at the prisoner Lewis was staring arIuig fixed fixedly andIy fixedIl ¬
ly at him but at the words w r4s his b eyts eytsdropped ft ftdropped eytsdropped
dropped to the floor floorThere doorThere 40 40There
There was no demonstration detDonstr from the theaudience t h haudience he heaudience
audience only a deathlike silent silentThomas silence silenceThomas lene leneTbomaa
Thomas W Pierce and wniiam 8 11 Win Windie Windle V Vdie
die the convicted mans man attorneys r rqueeted rqUNte4 rquested
quested that the jury be polled Thin Thinwan Thi Tliitwas i iWall
wan done and each ma map In turn repeat repeated repeated t ted ¬
ed the words Guilty of murder in th thfirst thnt timfirst
first nt ntJqe degree degreeJudge degreeJudge
Judge Hemimill then thanked the twelve twelvemen tw twelveseen he I IJDen
men seen for their faithful attention to the thetestimony th thtestimony thetestimony
testimony during d the long week of the thetrial theU1al thetrial
trial and discharged them from farther fartherduty tartbtrat furtherduic
duty at
Wife Hc I b Prosl IruIirntefl IruIirnteflThe VroirmiteslThe rated ratedThe
The news of the verdict was w brought ht to toMrs ton toMrs
Mrs n Edna Lewis by 1 Wesley Wetde Graham Grahamwith GrahamwJtII Grahamwith
with whom she is staying at Malvern MalvernWhen MalvernWhen MalvernWhen
When she be beard the verdict venUct although ex expected tXtecI cxpeeLed ¬
peeLed tecI she broke down completely and andrefused andHfud andrefused
refused to see any aa one The verdict was wasnot wuDOt wasnot
not unexpected by her but Hie 51 nervous nervousstrain IlelVO nervoustrain U Utn
strain of the tie past few days proved too toomuch toomueb toomuch
much for her to bear bearNo bearo bearNo V
No o Mrs M Lewis cannot eanothe be seen sai s sail sailMr iI iIMr 1 1Mr
Mr Graham She ha has broken kellwn down and andte IilltIis anlIs
is completely prostrated ratfd in her room I Tcan Ican Icau
can say y that the verdict was wa expected 1 1her 11 11her 1her >
her but the strain has proved too much muchHardly muckHardly muchHardly
Hardly had Lewis Lew been led away to th thvan tLvall tl tlvan
van which took him back to the Jail than thanhis thanhis V Vhis
his parents came hurrrine from f the hotfi hotfito hotfrto hotc hotcto
to the courthouse to have the dreadful dreadfulnews dreedftnews r rDe
news De confirmed confirmedThis con4rmecJuThI confirmedThis
uThI This is terrible was all that Mr r
Lewis would say 1 as be related that his hisI hi hi110ft h1son
I son was convicted convictedi convtctedRobert convictedRobert
i Robert S Gawthrop the young attorney attorneywho attorneywho attorneywho
who conducted eo ctuetect the Commonwealths case casein e8O e8OIn caseIn
in place of of District Attorney MacBlroy lacBlrowas Maclroywas MacBlroywas
was as much affected as any one who whotook whflIooIt whotook
took part In gw fte tnai Tars an showed in his hiseyes Illse hIseyes
eyes e as he heard the verdict uId nd looked lookedat JooIt iookedat d dat
at the youthful farmer fannerAfter farmerAlter farmerAfter
After the jury had been discharged he hehurried hetarricMt hehurried
hurried out of the courtroom courtroomThis C01 courtroomThis trMa trMalbla
This is my first conviction of a man manfor manC manfor
for C < murder be said said sad It isnt t a apleasant atho apleasant
pleasant thought tho t Front the hettsm of my mysoul mysouI
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