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SON M OF ROOSEVELT ROOSEVELTSAILS ROOSEVELTSAILS ROOSEVELTSAILS
SAILS IN ll BALLOON BALLOOETheodore BALLOONTIleodore BALLOONTheodore
Theodore Jr Makes Journey JourneyAmong JourneyAlllong Jouriieyiiioiig
Among iiioiig the Clouds CloudsMAI CloudsJ CloudsMAY CloudsMA
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MAY MA HAVE HA VE ENJOYED IT ITComes ITCOlllCS ITConies
Comes Down Howovor Looking LookingCareworn LookingCnioWOlll LookingCarcworii
Careworn CnioWOlll and Troubled TroubledTFoo
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Too Weary to Talk the Son of the theChief HICChlcf theChief
Chief Executive and Ills Compan Companions ConpanIons n niong ¬
ions Capt Lee and Capt Chandler ChandlerHasten Ol1nnj CharnUerIZasteu er erHanten
Hasten from Union Station La Lad LadXhdjtLndeel LastN1ghtLndet1 at atXlftlit
Xlftlit XhdjtLndeel Landed at Delaware City Cityand Cit Cftnnd CitanI
and Game to Capital by Train TrainTheodore TrnlnThe4Hlore Tra1nThO4O
Theodore ThO4O Roosevelt t Jr son of o a well wellknown W8Ilknown wltknown
known man by that name went abal aballoonlng lbAI100II111 tbIoontng
loonlng oontng yesterday yesterdayHe yesterdayHe yesterdayS
S He didnt sail around the moon but he hedid Mdid 4e 4edid
did reach out occasionally and push away awaya a way waya
a few clouds But like his Illustrious Illustriousfather nlu llIuiti4ouafather trlw trlwfather
father he wasnt scared nor sick ack bk nor norparticularly norarticularly norlartlcuiarly
particularly exultant He leaned over overthe overthe overthe
the side of the banket once or twice and andthought adthoupt fld fldthouht
thought h he saw a few of umy my people peopleIncidentally peopleIDcldentally peOeIneIdentaIly
Incidentally he thought of the kingdom kingdomthat kingdomthat kingdomthat
that might come if he lost lo t his balance balanceand baJanoeand bInCOand
and went tumbling down to Mother MotherEarttv MotherHe MotherKart
Earttv EarttvHe Kart KartHe
He did well up so high b and it added to tohis toh18 tolile
his dignity for when he put his h1 feet on onterra 011 011terra onI
I terra firma again h he talked saucy ocy to tocrowd a acrowd acrowd
crowd of reporters reDOrte u sent to tho Union 1nlontton Sta Station ta tation ¬
tion to interview him himIs himIs himIa
Is Home from Harvard HarvardTheodore HarRrlTheodore HarvardTheodore
Theodore jr is 1 home from Harvard for forthe orthe forthe
the Easter holidays He Ie believes benev in the theuplift theuplift theuplift
uplift principle Ptinc pJe so he took toOk a sail in the thecompany thecompany thecompany
company of Capt Charles De D Forrest ForrestChandler JrorrelltChandler ForrestChandler
Chandler of the Army Signal Corps and andCapt andCapt andCapt
Capt Fitxhugh Lee of the Seventh Cav Cavalry CavaIry Cayairy ¬
aIry it win probably be his Jut last leEexpedition arifi arifiexpedition arltlexpe4ltion
expedition Last Laat because when aaked aakedwhether Mkedwhet sekedwhether
whether er he would go up soon again am he hesaid 1Msaid hesaid
said he did not know k w with that ton tORe of ofvoice ofolee ofvoice
voice olee that tbatmeana means not so as you u can cannotice canjo es esA
jo A notice it itThese It ItThue ItThese
These three aeronauts returned to toWashington toWasbington toWashington
Washington at n 1130 oclock last night nightfrom mptfrom JIIMfrom
from Wilmington WIJ OB Del their balloon baY having baYlnc baRIng ¬
ing come to earth at a point that seemed seemedto MelDedto sesesedto
to them to be four miles ilea from Wilmington WilmingtonToo WI1mblctonToo WilmingtonToo
Too Tired to Argue ArsueThey ArgueThey r ue ueTbe
They Tbe were too tired and sick to argue argueabout meabout argueabout
about the exact point but were willing willingto
to call it Delaware City CityBedraggled CityBedraaled CityBedragIed
Bedraggled sick aiek woebegone and tired tiredth tIndthe tiredthe
th the three t1 ree men alighted from an accom accommodation aeec amodation eecoimodation ¬
modation train and filed into the main mainstation matnIItation mainstation
station waiting room looking I faintThey faint faintThey aat aatThey
They would not say 7 much ucla about the trim trimbut 1riJt 1riJtbut trp trpbut
but expressions expres lons that come w the tileor theot Ifeees Ifeeesof
of men who realize they t appreciate terra terraflrma telTll1irma terrafirma
firma were worn Capt Lee limped limpedStarting lbapecIStarting limpedStarting
Starting off nicely yesterday afternoon afternoonfrom afternoonfrom n nfrom
from the gas tank in Plpetwwn Pipe at atTwelfth flitTwelfth OtTwelfth
Twelfth and M streets atreet southeast they theywere theywere theywere
were eager for the fray and Mrs Long Longworth L IIworth Lonworth
worth Maj Gen Gm Ainsworth AJn wort1a Brig B Gen GenAllen GenAllen ConAllen
Allen chief signal officer and nd Brig Gen GenAleshtre GenAleshire GsaAleshire
Aleshire quartermaster general gave gaveprominence gaveprominence i iprominence
prominence to their departure departureMrs departure2dra departureMrs
Mrs Longworths Lon Worlh < presence at the place placeof pJeeof pinesof
of ascension ucem on gave some the Impresekm Impresekmthat Impree Impreseonthat lon lonthat
that she was w wa to take an aerial flight but butshe buthe buthe
she he was only there to see her brother brothermake brothermake brothermake
make his debut as an aeronaut aeronautA
A stiff brees blHlle br was blowing from the theSouthwest tilefouthwe theiouthweat
Southwest t when the anchor was let go gobut gobut gobut
but the party seemed doomed to sudden suddendisaster 8UcIdendlsuter suddendisantar
disaster for there was an excess of bal ballast bal18st batlast ¬
last aboard and the balloon failed to rise riseuntil euntil riseuntil
until Capt Chandler who kept his hi head headthrew headthrew headthrew
threw overboard bag bags of sand and the thewind thewind thewind
wind carried the balloon along the ground groundwith groundwith groundwItl
with a swoop Prayers were in order from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the Presidential Pre ldent1a1 offspring and an em embankment embankment embankment ¬
bankment near the starting atarUn place was wasstruck wasBtruck wasstruck
struck with a heavy thud This was the thefirst thefirst thefirst
first blow toward putting a damper on the thelittle theI1tUe thelittle
little party The Pennsylvania PeDr ylvania Railroad 1ta1lroadtracks ilalirOadtracks Railroadtracks
tracks were crossed at a a pace that threat threatened threatened threatcoed ¬
ened to brine disaster for the balloon was wasBailing w wsailing wasBailing
Bailing too low for aerial purposes purposesBtrllait purpeseeflrlinat s sDlllInt
Btrllait Thrown Over OverCapt OerCapt OverCapt
Capt Chandler seeing that the other othermembers otbermem othermembers
members mem rs of the party were gripping the theropes thfJropes theropes
ropes too hard for any use 1JI8 u threw threW ballast ballastover lUsatover t tover
over until the yellow bag was seen to torise torise torise
rise steadily and silently Entering Enterln a abrisk abrisk abrisk
brisk wind ind current which almost took the theballoon thehaUooD theballoon
balloon off its feet teetu they theyalled sailed off in a anortherly anortherly anortherly
northerly direction with a a tw twentyftve twentyftvekn twentyfiveknot ntyflve ntyflveknot
kn knot t breeze behind them themArmy themArmy themArmy
Army Balloon No No1 If was used oed this thisbeing thllbeing thisbeing
being the same one that made mad the trip to toBaltimore toBaltimore toBaltimore
Baltimore on Friday last As soon as the thestiff the8UK theatiff
stiff brees struck it squarely the balloon balloongained b9lloongained balloongained
gained momentum mo ntulR that bid fair to make makeat makeat makeat
at least one head in the basket swim swimNo swimNo swimNo
No 10 has been used u In navy experi experiments experiments experiments ¬
ments under Capt Chandlers direction directionA dlrecUonpest
A pest of insects bothered the aeronauts aeronautsat aerOO8utIJat
at first but soon the balloon went too toohigh toobhch toohigh
high for them to give trouble troubleYoung troubleYOUng troubleYoung
Young Roosevelt last night nl bt did not nothave nothave nothave
have any idea how high the balloon balloonascended b balloonascended 1l00ft 1l00ftascended
ascended but Capt Chandler informed a areporter a1porter areporter
reporter of The Washington Waahln < ton Herald Hen d that thatan thtan t tan
an altitude of 4700 t O feet was wa reached reachedBaltimore reachedBaltimore reachedBaltimore
Baltimore was crossed about I oclock oclockin oclockin oclockIn
in the afternoon afternoon and soon they were weresailing weresailing weresailing
sailing over Chesapeake Bay toward towardDelaware towardDelaware towardDelaware
Delaware Here they came down lower lowerand lowerand lowerand
and sailed along < at about WO feet in I the theair theair theair
air finally coming down near Delaware DelawareCity DeJawueCltyon DelawareCity
City Cltyon on a farm farmSome farmSante farmSome
Some Smelling Snl Uln Salts SnliaSmelling SnlbSmelUng SaltsSmelling
Smelling salts were used frequently on onthe oathe onthe
the trip it Is i said but all of the party at ata ata ata
a late hour last night were doing cloiD well wellMr wellr wellMr
Mr r Roosevelt jr with his head still stillswimming tIUwimming stillswimming
swimming brushed the eager crowd that thatlooked thatlooked thatlooked
looked in his carriage at Union Station Stationlast Stationlast Stationlast
last night aside with the words wordsPlease wordauPlease wordsPlease
Please get away from the door and let letthe letthe letthe
the driver go ahead aheadIt ahedIt d dIt
It is reported young Roosevelt will ex extend extend cxtend ¬
tend his invitation invitationLundK invitationIanel InvitationIandg
LundK Ianel on a Farm FarmThe FarnlThe FarmThe
The balloon descended shortly after afteroclock I Ioclock ioclock
oclock on the farm of exShariff John E ETaylor ET8l ETaylor
Taylor T8l r three miles from Delaware City CityThe CityThe CityThe
The party boarded a trolley car and pro proceeded proceeded proceeded ¬
ceeded to Washington on the Pennsyl Pennsylvania Pennsylania Pennsylvanin
vania ania Railroad train leaving Wilmington Wilmingtonat
at 901 o oclock clock last night The trip was waswithout waswithout waswithout
without rnlahan and was pronounced by bythe bythe bythe
the tourists as being heln < satisfactory In Ovary evsryway Ovaryway V8ryWaT
way Capt Chandler was in charge chargeThe chargeThe chargeThe
The balloon will probably he forwarded forwardedto
to Washington uhlngton today y When the airi airiship air airship airship
ship passed pu over the Delaware and Ches Chesapeake Chuflpake Chesapeake ¬
apeake Canal s several v ral miles mU from the theTaylor theTaylor theTay1o
Taylor farm it was only oRI about 360 O fe feet t in inthe Inthe Inthe
the air lr the drag rag rope barely grazing th thtops the
tops of o tall tallt trees treesEmll treesEmil es esEmil
Emil E Bucher a wellknown WIt Wflmington WItmington VH VHmington
mington man JDJI and two companions who whosome wltome whoSome
some me lumber Urnue JJrm nay times will vlll soon
be better and are holding holIn up prices
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were ashing 1I from a small bot in the thecanal Uiecanal theeansl
canal saw no occupants They feared fearedthe fearedthe fearedthe
the balleon might drop into the canal canaland cfUlalaJd crtnland
and prepared to togo go to the rescue re This Thishowever ThlMhoweet Thishowever
however was not necessary necessaryThe necessaryfhe necessaryThe
The balloon kept near the earth after aftercrossing aftercroutng aftercrossing
crossing Chesapeake Bay and in Inpuelng Inpuelngn passing passingover passingover
over n r th the Maryland and Delaware DeJa wnre pin penlrisyla pinla pnln9ula
syla la the descent was mada safely The Theanchor TManchor Theanchor
anchor lodged in an apple tree treeBANK treeBANK treeBANK
BANK PRESIDENT JAILED JAILEDCrowd JAILEDL JAILEDCr01trl FAILEDCrowd
L
Crowd GrOWN Demonstrative When WhenIndinninn WhenIflliflhllflfl l1en l1enIneUnnlul1
Indinninn In Sentenced SentencedRensslaer SentenccelRenuelaef SentencedRensselaer
Rensslaer Ind April 22 2 Robert RobertParker RobertParker RobertParker
Parker president of the defunct Rem Remington Remhagton itemIngton ¬
ington Bank Bank which failed four months monthsago montbSap montbdago
ago pleaded guilty this morning ornlnc to six sixindictments sixIndi sixindictments
indictments Indi tm8l1ts charging harcln hip with embes embeszlemenL embeszleme embexzlement
zlemenL zleme t > Ho was fined ned in each cue CMCdouble cuedouble casedouble
double th thb4nount amount of the embezzlement envbeaztementand embeazlem at ataDd
and sentenced ntene to t from two to fourteen fourteenyears tourt tourte fourtiuyero
years e rs In the penitentiary penitentiaryTha ponhentlaThe
a aThe
The erow movrw ere which wJtteh came from Rent Remington RentIRston Rentington ¬
ington to attend the trial became so soexcited soexeUe soexcited
excited < that Parker was hustled to the therailway theraUwl therailway
railway station and taken to the th Michi Michigan Jt Miehigin ehl ehln ¬
gin n City prison within a few ewmomats ewmomatsattfr moments momentsafttr momentsafter
after being ontonoed sentencedCALLS ontonoedCALLS OntonoedCALLS
CALLS SUICIDE UIOIDE NIGHTMARE 1TCGHTMARETolutot NIGHTMARETollitol NIGHTNAREToletol
Tolutot Declare lie Is J Ready and andWilling andWilling
Willing 1111111 to Die DieParis DieParis DieParis
Paris April 81 flI U I know with wit cer certainty eeItalnty certainty ¬
tainty that in dying I shall Sh ll be happy happy and andthat andthat andthat
that I shall enter a world more real realCount reatCount realCount
Count Tolstoi thus sums up his hi antici anticipations aeticiptf Ucl UclpaUoa ¬
pations ptf ns of death In reply to a a friend who whocongratulated whoulated whocongratulated
congratulated ulated him upon upon his approaching approachingeightieth approachtngel8htieth approsohingeightieth
eightieth birthday All Ati Al earthly life he hesaid heaid hesaid
said is a dream and death d th the true trueawakening trueawakening truewskoning
awakening He awaits that awakening awakeningwith awakpning1th awakoningwith
with 1th happiness happinessOf
Of death at different ages and under underdifferent underUtLerent underdifferent
different circumstanooa ha Gays GaysDeath MYSDeath saysDetth
Death In youth is as when lea a a man to toawakened IIawakened Isawakened
awakened before he has slept full mesa measure meuure mesaare ¬
are ure Death in old ago Is as when a a man manwakes maRwakea manwaket
wakes of his own accord altar a a good goodsleep goodIeop gooduleop
sleep > Suicide is as a nightmare which whicha Wtdehman
a man banishes by b rotaembering r6tAb < iag that h his he heis heIs
is asleep He makes an effort and wk wkwakea wakes wakesIIAR1IOI1 e ewakes
wakes wakesBeady wakeaHARMON
HARMON WILL RUN RUNReady RU RUReady
Ready to Make Eight Fightfol FightfolGovernorship for forGovernorship forGovernorship
Governorship of Ohio OhioRALLY OhioRALLY OhioRALLY
RALLY OF ANTIJOHNSON HEN HENCincinnati MENCincinnati MNCincinnati
Cincinnati Lawyer Bitters Contest ContestAgainst ContestAgainst ContestAgainst
Against Attie Pomerene Who ho In Inthe 18the Isthe
the Candidate of the Mayor of ofCleveland ofCleelandNew ofClevelandNew
Cleveland CleelandNew IVevr Aspirant A vlrantDe Dcflnos DeflnsPosition nus nusPosition j jPosition
Position After Declination DeclinationC8f DeclinationCehtpsjn i iApril
C8f Cehtpsjn Oft Ohin April pvII aLj sJwdIoft Jndeoz Jndeozes deow < H IiIc av avhimself
es ara c c 1M8 Tl1Iltd atebus atebushimself 11 11daMet
himself In the attitur of a aPWIdHtJal Democratic DemocraticPresidential DemocriticPresidential
Presidential po possibility ftltUty today todQmade made him himself hlmIf hintself ¬
self If the raaying figure of the antiJohn antiJohnson aaUJohnson antiJohnson ¬
son Democrats of Ohio by ay parnHttlmj the theuse theUN theuse
use of his name as a gubernatorial sept aspirant uptnmt septrent ¬
rant rantThe
nmtThe
The opponents o of MaVor Tom L 1 i John Johnson JaMa jointeon ¬
son a of Ctaraiand C6Io behind d whose backing backingof buktn buktnof
of Attee AU Pomerene of Canton for the theDemocratic tbeDemoeraUc theDemocratic
Democratic gubernatorial nomination Oll in inthe inthe Inthe
the convention May M S i to declared to be bethe bethe bethe
the ambition to control the party in Ohio Ohioand Ohioand Ohioand
and become a national chairman should shouldBryan IboaklBryan shouldBryan
Bryan be nominated for the Presidency Presidencyhave Pr1ll49ftCThave Presidencyhave
have been exerting pressure on Harmon Harmonfor HuJftGIIfor Harmonfor
for weeks weeksThe weeksThe weeksThe
The former attorney general twoweeks twoweeksago two twoweeksago weeks weeksa5U
ago sought gltt to protect himself from this thisattack tb18ttaclt thisattack
attack ttaclt by declaring he would not accept aoeaptthe MCl9ttthe acceptthe
the nomination noma Ueu were it offered him JdJn under underany u uany underany
any circumstances circumstancesSince clreuIMtaJteeLStncca circumstancesSince
Since then Mayor Johnsons guberna gubernatorial guhernatwist berna bernatortl ¬
twist candidate has defeated the chief chiefantiJohnson chlerlltiJollnlOn chiefantiJohnson
antiJohnson candidate John C C Welty Weltywhose Welt Weltwho Weltywhose
whose home also is in Canton Canton in inrtea jrfs jrfsrice
rice in Starke County in which whichton wldekton whichton
ton ton qitd nd Mayor Johnson has hasdelegation tal ca cadelegation caof of ofd
delegation d after delegation for Pomereli PomereliFormer POlDer PemerdFormer n nFonner
Former Adjt Gen Oliver Hughes yesd yesdday yes yestib yestibday
day refused to become the an MUJobn MUJobncandidate antiJohnsoncandidate U Johnson Johnsoncandidate r
candidate candidateHABEAS candidateHABEAS candidateHLBAS
HABEAS CORPUS FOR THAW THAWWhites THAWblteli THAWWhites
Whites blteli Slayer Says lie Is Wrong Wrongfnliy WrongfRily VronJfRl1
fnliy fRl1 Deprived Dervcelof of His Liberty LibertyWhite Lrbe LfbcrtyWhite ty tyWhite
White Platn N Y April S2 Justice JusticeMprchauser JuetlceMorcbauaer JusuceMQrcbauer
Mprchauser in the Supreme Court hare harethis here herethis herothis
this afternoon Issued a writ of habeas habeascorpus haHa8C011US habeasoorpus
corpus on the t e application of James G GGraham GGraham CGraham
Graham counsel e edumsei un el for Harry K K Thaw re returnable re returnable returnable ¬
turnable on Saturday May Iay S at specialterm special specialterm pedalterm
term before Justice Morchauser at Pough Poughkeepeie Pouhkepsie Poughkeopsie
keepeie keepeieThaw kepsieThaw keopsieThaw
Thaw signed the petition at the hospital hospitalSaturday hospitalSaturdlt hospitalSaturday
Saturday Saturdlt It contends that his commit commitment commlment commitmont ¬
ment to Matteawan Is in violation of law lawand Iwandthat lawand
and andthat that he is 1 now wrongfully restrained restrainedof
of ot his liberty libertyVERDICT libertyVERDICT libertyVERDICT
VERDICT AGAINST HEALER HEALERXev lIEALERNew H1AT1ERccw
New York Jury Awards Patient Patient20OOO Patient2OOOo
20000 20OOO for Loss of Lee LeeNew LcgNew LegNew
New York April a aJulius Julius BeJ Benjontluwho Benjamin Benjaminwho amlD
who 110 seta set forth in his answer that be is I ICJu1sUan a aChristian aChristian
Christian Scientist and not a physician physicianwas phslanwa physIcianwas
was an absent defendant today when a asuit asuit asuit
suit suit brought against him by Salomon SalomonBatoler SGlomonBateIar SolomonBaisler
Batoler to recover 580000 OOOO for the lose of ofhis orhis ofhis
his 1 loft ft lag from the knee down downj was wasplaced WUplaced wasplaced
placed on trial before Justice Guy and < a aJury ajury ajury
Jury In part VIII in of the tl Supreme Court Courttoday Courttoday Courttoday
today todayIn todayIn todayIn
In th Ute absence abgencea of Benjamin njamin and his hiscounsel hisconJ1lleI hiscounsel
counsel an anin inquest UBSt was taken That Thats Thatsthe ThatisLb is isthe
the Lb plaintiffs case oaseW8Bpresente was presented < to the theJury tbejun thejury
Jury JuryJohn junTohn juryJohn
John H Taylor counsel counlelfor for Raisler in inhis inhis inhis
his opening address said that Benjamin Benjaminrepresented Benjaminrepresented Benjaminrepresented
represented himself to Raisl Ra1s1r r as a phy physlcian physleJan1LDd pitysicIanitnU
slcian sleJan1LDd luul for three months m ntbs treated Rais Raisler Ra1sler Ralsicr ¬
ler for an injury to his toe At the end of ofthe oitbe ofthe
the three months the toe had to be ampu amputated mputAted amputatod ¬
tated by a surgeon and d later l t his lag was wasamputated wa waampulAt wasamputatod
amputated ampulAt d just below the knee kneeThere kneeThore kneeThere
There was no evidence evt enO put in for the thedefendant thedpC9 thedefendant
defendant dpC9 dan and the jury returned a ver verdict verdict verdict ¬
dict for the plaintiff for 10 10ilr 0030 0030Mr OOlOMr
Mr Taylor counsel f9r Ralsler said saidthat Midthat saidthat
that the city directories for the years 10B 10BIMS 1 11IIIr
IMS 1 lICK and 1995 1 Oii described Julius Benja Benjamin Bonjemn Benjamitt ¬
min the defendants as a physician Be Besaid lIesaid Hesaid
said that Benjamin lives in Seventh street streetFrank streetFrnnk streetPrank
Frank Libbey Co say a It Is getting settingworse gettingworse gettingworse
worse and are cutting prices
BRENNANS CHARGES CHARGESDENIED CIIMIESDENIED
DENIED BY FERMLDDismissed FERNALD FERNALDisluissed FERNALDDismissed
Dismissed Engineer En ieer Calls CallsDown CallsDown CallsBowii
Down His Accuser AccuserASEVERE AccuselA AccuserASEYEIU
SEVERE A DENUNCIATION DENUNCIATIONIiivcsfcigation DENUNCIACIONI11ycstigation DEN UNCIAPIJN UNCIAPIJNIiivostigation
Iiivcsfcigation l by > y Commissioner CommissionerMorrow CmunlissiOJUllMorrow CommissionerMorrow
Morrow Continues ContinuesAlleged ContinuesAUegerI ContiniisAlleged
Alleged Irregularities in Engineer EngineerDepartment EnglncerDepartment EngineerDepartment
Department of District Given Air AirIng Air1ug
1 Ing K in Hearing Behind Closed Closedt ClosedDoors Clo CIoqdDoors Qel Qelt QelD
t
Doors D oorll and nt Which Mr Brcnnnn BrcnnnnWhen nrennnnhen BrennanWhen
When hen Called Upon Again Make MakeStatement IlnktiiJ IlnktiiJStatement MZt1CIStateniont
Statement and Says Say It Is Correct CorrectSarlous CorrectSiKiOU8 CorrectSerious
Serious charges and countercharges counterchargesware countroharg countrohargwef
ware wef made made and the lie was passed at one oneof oneof oneof
of the most exciting meetings over hajfl hajflin h hIII hOd hOdIn
in tho District Building yesterday when whanCommissioner whenCommlatoner whenConunissloner
Commissioner Morrow continued his In Investigation Inve Investigation ¬
vestigation ve tlptlon of the charges of P J Bras Brasnan BrQIInan ureanan
nan and and which thus far have resulted r Ult8dln Ult8dlntbe in inthe Inthe
the dismissal of Charles Cbart Fernaid assist assistant Al8lltant assistant ¬
ant engineer in the highway department departmentof
of the District DistrictThe DtetrictTh DistrictThe
The Th meeting was held behind catered oloseddoors oJosodoors catereddoors
doors oors in Commissioner Morrows offie offiewith caiflee caifleewith tftce tftceWith
with the following present Commissioner CommissionerMorrow Comr CommissionerMorrow lMioner lMionerorrow
Morrow orrow Assistant Engineer ngIneer Commissioner CommissionerMarkham CommiNionerMarkham ComnthslonerMarkham
Markham Engineer of Highways Hunt HuntRobert HUIttRobert HuntRobert
Robert Farnhant local engineer Q gfneer of the thePennsylvania thePeaM7lvaDta thePennsylvania
Pennsylvania system P J Brennan of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Brennan Construction Company F F5 F5SmJtll S SSmith ilSmith
Smith SmJtll of the Beau Construction Com Company compall7 Cornpany ¬
pany Mr McDermott of the MeMottM MeMottMMcDermott lIc MoiIUUSflMcDermott IuUen IuUent
t McDermott Company Harold Davis Davisof DYIIt DYIItOf Devisof
of the Brennan concern BL B B Jebnson Jebnsonsuperintendent J Johnensuperintendent IISOnIUJerlntendeat
superintendent for Mr Brcnmut Mr P Pnald Fw Fwna Ft Ftmaid
maid na who was dismissed Monday and J JH JH JH
H Bradley of the Columbia Coium National NationalSand Nationals NtionalSnd
Sand s Dredging D ComiMuiy ComiMuiyRepeats Com ComRcpeats CempanyRepeats
Repeats Ills III Charges ChargesCommissioner Cb ChargescommissIoner = rgcft rgcftCammoner
Commissioner Morrow salted Mr Bren Brennan Br a anan a anan ¬
nan to repeat his charges eha that Fernaid Fernaidhad Fenaalhad Fernsidhad
had said to Brennan that Fernald had re received re received received ¬
ceived JMOO from Mr MeDerntttt tt of the theMcMullen theicMnUen theMcMullen
McMullen and McDermott concern coaeens and adt andt
t t 1560 from Mr Walnwright of the Drake DrakeStratton DrakeStratton DrakeStratton
Stratton Company and that Mr 1 Thomas Thomasan TlIon1uan
an inspector in Mr FernaJds office had hadreceived 1NU1received bedreceived
received so 600 from Mr McDermott MeDermottMy McDermotttatemeat McDermott3y
My statement was correct said Mr MrBrennan MrBre MrBrennan
Brennan Bre nan When Mr Fernaid Pema14bla purchased purchasedhis psechesedhis
his house and made de additions a thereto he heasked heasked henaked
asked me for the t loan of 800 US for the pur purpose purpOM parPoe ¬
pose Poe of completing compleUa the tll funrialrinjpb funrialrinjpbIn 1ur ibt ibtIn
In the light of FemaW Ttavtog ag once onceeen onoeIn oncebeet
beet een in my tIItPIOrI8Pthtln nploy sy J ggy gt4ldin Mm tfetloan tfetloanand ttJlonKtMItq ta1ooaatok
and took tMItq Ms b1 ants wl w k I I8t11 I8t11Jt i aim iI tons at atlbjpjkt Utsame
lbjpjkt Jt Mqg Mqgeamo >
same aw e most ao 1imle mctttttt mcttttttof Mwt Mwtof hIchitof
of the investigation investigationAt
At the time of the theloan 1oaa loan Feraaia F s caM sdlto caMto W Wto
to me continued Mr BrannM in a low lowvoke Jewvoice lowyoke
voice You Touare are too chtnchy TOM Y Yaiget cant cantget eaJtget
get any work In the Ut District unless uftl you youpay youpay
pay for it it McDermott gave me meDrake JMM JMMDrake IicG IicGDrake
Drake Stratton gave ViI ma 1A and andMcDermott andMcDermott andMcDermott
McDermott gave CSO to Thomas ThomasImmediately ThomasIntiflediatisly II IIIlIbftediately
Immediately all ey eyes s centered on Mr MrFernaid MrFernald MrFernald
Fernald His face flushed As Commis Commissioner CommmODer Commissloane
sioner Morrow asked him what he had hadto badto hadto
to say Mr Fernald flushing 1tusbht S arose and andin aMia andIn
in a voice deep with feeUak fee1lD r declared it itwas Itwu Itwarn
was untrue untrueJ utrueJ
J IL Bradley Bradle of the Cotaunbb Ia National NationalSand NaUalSJt4 NationalSand
Sand Dredging Company was the next nextcontractor nutcontractor nextcontrartor
contractor called calledActing calledActing alled alleduAeUn
uAeUn Acting as a friend of air McDermott MeDarmottand JleDermottand McDermottand
and Mr r Cranford Crant r4 I went to Mr Davis Davisof Davisor Davisof
of the Brennan Company laid atd Id Mr MrBradley MrBrUley MrBradley
Bradley uand and requested reque tetl him to ate Mr MrBrennan 111BrenDan MrBrennan
Brennan with me and have Brennan Brennanput Brennanput Brennanput
put a atop to these proceedings pICeecllD I told toldhim toldhim toldhim
him that if they tb y went any further they theywere tlle tllewere theywere
were liable to put two of his friend trluda i ijail In Inja injail
jail ja 11
jailMr 11Mr
Mr Bradley said he met Mr Brennan Brennanand BnnDltDand Brennanand
and Mr Smith the next xt day which whichApril was wasApril wasApril
April 12 1 at Mr Smiths office omce where whee he hethe Ittjde
jde de the same truest 1 he had made mid de of ofDaviL ofBradley
1 DaviL ivis ivisBradley
DaviLBradley
Bradley will you state alt that thatI t atat thattakt
takt I at that hat Interview Intervlfi naked Mr airSmith MrSmith MrSmith
Smith SmithBradley SmithBradley SmithBradley
Bradley refused to give a portion of the theconversation theCODIS8tlOn theconversation
conversation saying sa1D it was w of astrietly astrietlyprivate a astrlctlyprivate strlctly strlctlyprivate
private nature Bturfle and could not honorably honorablybe
be divulged by any of the parties present presentDavis presentDavis presentDavIs
Davis Davis to whom Bradley first spoke spokewas spokewas spokewas
was the next witness He said Bradley Bradleyhad Bradleyhad Bradleyhad
had asked him to request recta Brennan to tocall toun tocall
call the investigation Inve tigation off as a it would re result result rosuit ¬
sult in two of his friends bejng aent ont to toJail tojail tojail
Jail if It went much further furtherI furtherur
ur I cant see we have gotten any further furtherthan furtberthan furtherthan
than when we started said Capt Mark Markham Markham Markboat
ham His view of the investigation was wasassented wasu wasassented
assented u to by b Commissioner Comml louer Morrow MoreawPaid MorrowPaid f0rr8wPalel
Paid for IllsHouse IllsHouseHow IIIN House HouseHow houseHow
How did Fernaid pay for his houso houseaaked housoukcd housoasked
asked Mr Smith You You seem to have in investigated InYeBtlgated toveatigated ¬
vestigated this matter sufficiently to tell tellus teUthe tellus
us the results of your investigation I Iknow Iknow Iknow
know that FernaW on January 20 2 1903 1903paid 1003paid 100Spaid
paid 8 mortgage mor of 1 lO 1069 O on his house houseMy houseMy houseMy
My letter was VU written to bring attention attentionto
to the irregularities In your office office pro presuming prosumint pronaming ¬
naming that you would make a a thorough thoroughinvestigation thoroughinvesUraUon thoroughInvestigation
investigation investigationIt
It developed that the cause of ot the in investigation investigation InvesUgatlon ¬
vestigation culminated in April 1907 when whencontracts wheneoatraets wheneoatxactc
contracts aggregating anr8 ttllg approximately appr xlmately xlmatelyGIO xhnfttolycoo 26 26ffi
ffi coo were subsequently swelled to about aboutlB8ooo about1ssOo
lB8ooo 108009 without bids bonds or the th usual usualprecautions usualprecUtloBB usualprecautions
precautions safeguarding s government governmentcompetition govormricnt govormricntcompeUtion governmentcompetition
competition competitionAt
At the time of the contract Commis Commissioner Commissioner Commicabner ¬
sioner West W 8t opposed ed the awarding of the thecontract theeon thecontract
contract eon tract without readvertlsing yet the thecontract thecontract thecontract
contract was awarded awarded1 I and it was not notdiscovered notdiscovered notdiscovered
discovered until three weeks ago that thattha thatthe thatthe
the Commissioners did not have the pow power po poer powor ¬
er to award such contracts contractsThree contractsThree contractsThree
Three weeks ago when the thobld bid of the theCranford theCranford theCranford
Cranford concern of 11915 was wa protested protestedthe protestedthe protectedthe
the Commissioners revoked revolt cd the bid stat stating statIng stattog ¬
ing they the did so on an order from the theComptrollers theComptrollers theComptrollers
Comptrollers office of ce that such a bid was wasillegal wasmegaL wasillegaL
illegal A partial search of the Camp Comptrollers CamptroUers Camptrollers ¬
trollers office has been made but no norecord norecord norecord
record of the ruling has been found foundWhat foundWhat foundWhat
What contractors interested In the pres present present presset ¬
ent investigation say they would like to toknow toknow toknow
know is why this ruling was not known knownwhen knownwhen knownwhen
when the ZXIOOO 138000 contract was under fire fireIt fiNIt lireIt
It was with the protest following the thaawarding theawarding theawarding
awarding of the recent 13615 contract to tothe tothe tothe
the Cranford Company that the present presenttrouble presenttrouble presenttrouble
trouble started startedAt staltedAt startedAt
At th the investigation yesterday e5tQrI McDer McDermott MoDermott McDermott
mott denied emphatically that he ever evergave evergave evergave
gave Thomas or Fornald money mone He Hesaid Hesaid Hesaid
said there was s not th the least truth in any anyContinued anyContinued anyContinued
Continued on Page 2 Column 6 GSo 6No 6No
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Frank Libbey Co C flth st st and N Y ave
BLACK HAND GUILTY GUILTYItalian GUILTYItalian
Italian FruitMerchaiit Fruit Merclal1t Con Convicted Convictel Convicteti
victed by Baltiin BaltimoicJury BaltimoicJurySOTJG1tT altimoloJ ore Jury JurySOUGHT UlY UlYiSOUGHT
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SOUGHT TO BLOW UP HIVA HIVATnJces itIVAL itIVALTn1 iUVALTakes
Takes Tn1 elJ Vordiot orc1iot Qalihly Jal1 1l and un I Is Re Released lIeleased e eleaaad ¬
leased on IJeil lln ilondljigr mUJ Motion lltotlOJ1 fur fojrXerr furI faxXew
I Sew Trial TrlalArrot Arrest Brought About AboutThrough 4lJOutThrongh AboutThrough
Through Confession Confet alon of a 2IomIier 2IomIierof omhtr Tomberof omhtrof
of the Dreaded Society Societya Soclotylilt Societyicl
icl to lilt liltL laM laMflea
L L > l rn rna
flea a a prominent jrookg og ZtaSaa who WbebBp0rte4 he has hasImported MsImported
Imported fruit into Baltimore by the ship shiptoad shiptor shipload
toad for years was w found guilty today todayof todayI todayof
I of 0 eraptoytotf employlugBIaeIc Black Hand methods to blow Wowup blowup blowup
up the home of his rival In b buIII buIIIlToeph business businessJeseph sui t tJoseph
Joseph DI Giorgio Ql also a a banana all and andorange andOrlD andorange
orange Importer and the Lb beat known knownItalian k knwnItaJi wn wnItalian
Italian ItaJi in Baltimore BaltimoreHe BaltimoreHe BaltimoreHe
He took the verdict calmly Lanasa Lanasawas Lanasawas IQ IQWA
was WA released on 18000 hail pending a mo moUon meties
ties fin a new trial trialOn trialOa trialOn
On the night of December H UK the theresidents tMrlllilldeat fit fitresidents
residents In the vicinity of Warook Warookwwne wa1IIIrIokwere Whbre Whbrewere
were thrown into a state of excitement excHtMHWtby t tby
by an explosion that wreckag tn t rear rearof rrot roarof
of the home of Di Giorgio who is nrosl nrosldent prod DfQ6cleat proddent
dent of th the Atlantic Fruit and other Im Importing 1mportiar Iraporting ¬
porting companies companiesDf colDftDlMDr companiesDf
Df Giorgio was away at the time time nut Ntthe butthe nutthe
the members of his family were thrown thrownInto tbrownhalo throwninto
Into a highly nervous state Tor the ex explosion u upIcMdoa expiosion ¬
plosion had followed th tile receipt of three threeletters t1rrMJet tbrseletters
letters Jet signed by the Man Mafia and Btook BtookHand BIMkHad BISOkHand
Hand society demaBd demanding demandingLetters H HJcttOr1I U8EG U8EGLetters
Letters Go to Police PoliceThe PolleeTIM PoliceThe
The letters had been placed in the hands handsof hM bandsof a af
of f the yoUee department bot little Utti cre credence eredellCe credeuce ¬
deuce had bean given them The police policeat p polleeat lle lleat
at once began work and Captain of DoLor Detectives Dltecth DoLorLives ¬
Lives th A A J Pumphrey took charge and andwith noowith andwith
with Headquarters Detectives George GeorgeArmstrong GeorgeArmstrong GeorgeArmstrong
Armstrong and William Atkinson finally finallysucceeded lIDa11rsuccHdect finallysucceeded
succeeded in placing ten Italians under underarrest underarrest underarrest
arrest Before the officers were able to todo todo todo
do this they established a connection conneetlon be between botween between ¬
tween the Di Giorgio case css and two cases casesin casesIn casesIn
in Plttoburg PlUabur as Antonio Battaglany and andJoseph andJo andJoseph
Joseph Jo eph Sunseri Sun of the Smoky City had hadreceived hAdreceived hadreceived
received like threats threatsThe threatTbo threatsThe
The day before the DI Giorgio Gl ralo explosion explosionJoseph oxploslonJOieph explosionJoseph
Joseph Sunseri was shot through the thecheek thecheek thecheek
cheek by Joseph R Ref l a a Black Hand man manwhom manwhom manwhom
whom he killed after hot he had been seri seriously seriously serlously ¬
ously wounded Sunseri Sur erl was DI Gtorgios Gtorgiosagent Giorgiosagent Giorgloaagent
agent in Pittaburg Ptttabu The first rst arrest made madein madeIn maiioIn
in the case occurred in Buffalo N Y Ywhere Ywber yhero
where hero on orders of Capt Pumphrey Sal Salvator Sltor SelvaLor
vaLor tor Lupo who has pleaded guilty was cs cstken as astaken
taken into custody on December Deeem r SI SIArrested IIArrested 1 1Arrested
Arrested In Cleveland ClevelandThe CIeTelanlThe ClevelandThe
The following day Antonio Battlstonel Battlstoneland Battlstone Battlstoneand i3attistoneand
and Antonio Cuttalano were arrested in inBaltimore InBaltimore InBaltimore
Baltimore and John Scartetta Scar1ettn was w taken takeninto takenInto ttJnInto
into custody cu tody in Cleveland Lupo fought foughtextradition foughtextmdltion foughtextradition
extradition but was turned over in twen twentyfour twentytour tw twtyfour ¬
tyfour hours Searletta however with withstrong wtthstroog withtreng
stroog strong financial backing delayed his Itt ex extradition oxtradition X Xtl81lltton ¬
tradition to Baltimore for two weeks weeksIn weaksIn wac4sIn
In the meantime meantime through a confession confessionobtained confessionobtained coufeIonobtained
obtained from Lupo Alfred Constantine ConstantinoGoffe CunstantlncGatee ConstantineGaffe
Gaffe and Antonio Lanasa members momb of ofthe orthe ofthe
the firm who are rivals S to DI Giorgio GIorgIowere GIorgIoweretaken weretaken were weretaken
taken into I to custody on orders ordersHnt sent by byCapt byCftnt byCapt
Capt Pumphrey from Cleveland Colguro ColguroMontoleone COlguroMonteleone ColguroMonteleone
Monteleone a beekeeper for Lanasas Lanasasfather Lanasasfather Lanasasfather
father was also arrested and a few fewdayjS fewdays fewdays
days later Tambura and Russo were also alsoarrested alSftr alsoarrested
ftr arrestedFrancesco arrested arrestedFrancesco ted I IFrancesco
Francesco La L Rosa a cousin of the thenoted t110noted thenoted
noted leader Chevalier L 1 Besa RGBa who was waskilled waskllJed waskilled
killed in New York is also under ndtr arrest arresthere arreSt arreSthere arresthere
here The rest of the men are awaiting awaitingtrial awaitingtrial walUngtrial
trial trialBE trialDE trialDL
BE SAGAN WIRES MME GOULD GOULDFrench GOULDI GOULDFrench
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French Prince Eludes Reporters 8 In InParis InPnrbGoclI inParisGoes
Paris PnrbGoclI GOCH to Naples IVaplenRome NaplesRome NaplesRome
Rome April 22 LPrlnce Prince Hello de Sagan Saganwag Saganwas Saganwas
was en route to Naples today where whereMme whereMme whereMme
Mme Anna Gould will laud tomorrow tomorrowThe tomorrowThe tomorrowThe
The prince eluded the reporters from fromParis tramPasIs fromParis
Paris Paris who were following him He sent sentfrom sentfrtm sentfrom
from Pis Pica a wireless message addresed addresedto addre d dto
to Annette Chapman on board the theFrederlch theFrederich theFrederich
Frederich dcr dcrGrose GrosSe which is the steam steamship steamship steamship ¬
ship upon which Mme Gould ould sailed calledBoards sailedBOtrd sailedBoards
Boards > dressed 1rctllI d 2 165 per 100 feet feetFranlc feetFrank feetFrank
Frank Libbey Co 6th st st and N Y ave
CONEY ISLAND A VIOTIK VIOTIKPhilanthropic VIOTIMlJllillnthrople VIOTThL1th12nntltroplc
Philanthropic Agent Sells 1000OQO 1000OQOIn 1OOOO00In 1000000 1000000In
In Bogrus Insurance Policies PoliciesNew PollcleftNew PollcIeNew
New York April 22 Z Coney Island Islandwhich IIandwhich Islandwhich
which long has prided prtd itself I on Its it ability abilityto
to tell a con game when it sees one eva evaIf eYWIf evaeif
If the rest of the country cant has butake been beentaken beentaken
taken take In once or twice In its I career each eachtime eachtime eachthus
time in I an effort e < ort to get insurance U1UICe policies policiesat
at a > price rico somewhere near what persons personsigi aother persemother
< igi other parts of Greater tf New w York have haveto haftt haveLi
to pay for them themThe themT1Ie themTb
The Tb details 6eta of the latest attempt to got gotbargainprice setlawraace getbargainpates
bargainprice Insurance lust came out to today towith today ¬
day with the arrest of the pricecutting pricecuttingi pricecuttingagent
i agent t on a charge of grand larceny larcenyi IalCeltJW1a larcenyWhile
i White the compteittattt only paid out outf 5 5for Iii Iiifer
for f r a iMOO aa 13 policy which has been beeniiounbed pro pronooaoed proJI01IM
nooaoed bogus Coney Island merchants merchantsalto mercbatI1aeCI merchantss0
alto s0 ffttroniaod 1aeCI the tbepbllaaQa philanthropic agent agentIt agstIs t tr
It is fl tlmal r sV that wottitfeSB wonNeaIIOIId wonNeaIIOIIdeptinK policies ag aggregating s sgregating ¬
gregating eptinK between L60fla and 2003000 ILOCO000have 2003000have
have been distributed In Coney Island1I1atbUllh IslandFmatbush Island IslandFlatbufib
Flatbufib and Borough Borou h Park ParkW PukW ParkY
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W Y J OLIVER ASKS ASKSTennessee 900000 900000Tonllessee 9U9OUOTonnessee
Tennessee Contractor Sues Anthony AnthonyBrady AnthonyBrady I
j Brady of New York YorkSouthern YorkoiitJierei i iSouthOInPoUtlclnn
SouthOInPoUtlclnn Southern oiitJierei Politician Alleges Alle 8 Branch Branchof DraacJloC BroachofCoiitrnct
of oC ofCoiitrnct Contract nnd Seeks SeeksDamages SeeIisDamagclI SeeksDamages
Damages DamagesCtuUtnaoose DamagclIChattaaGotl DamagesChattanooga
i
Chattanooga Tetrn T April 9WiiUam 9WiiUamj A WIUiaJB WIUiaJBr Wliliaaiplhrer
j Oliver plhrer the mflUonalro contractor and andpolitician uclwbo anddcan
politician dcan who wanted to build the thePanama thePaMm thePanama
Panama Canal Caaal and CI who recently recentl bolted boltedthe 1tolteclue boltedthe
the State Republican convention and andsays aDdSQshe andwill
says SQshe he will rout the Chicago C leago RepubH RepubHoaa RepuWlo Republiopal
opal o national convention ccmvenUOft if he does not notget notIM notget
get his contested seat t as elector today todaysprang todayspraar todaystaag
sprang into the ttmeHgttt by filing suit suitagainst suitagaiDat suitnE
against nE Anthony Brady of New York for forctuu1JlD forcharging
00000 charging breach of contract contractOliver eo contractOliver traet traetOlIver
Oliver had a 10118 MW00 contract to build builda
a lock and Ildam dam but the work was so de delayed de deIaJed dolayed ¬
layed that Brady went to the courts to togat toget toget
get th the contracts annulled He was WII sue successful suecessful suecensful ¬
cessful and Oliver OllverlI suit today was the thesequel thesOCluel thesequel
sequel Oliver claims that his reputation reputationas
as a contractor has been hurt hurt and that thatmuch thatmuch thatmuch
much time has been lost lost and that Ms Msvalued hisvalued IsIsvalued
valued equipment was underestimated by bythe b btb bythe
the court which passed on the matter matterOLD matterOLD matterOLD
OLD BRIBE UNEARTHED UNEARTHEDMoney UNEARTHEDlon
Money lon T for New York City Clt Found In InSecret inSecret InSecret
Secret Drawer DrawerN DrnwerNew DrawerNew
N New w York April a 22Tltere There was ws a adrawer sealed sealeddrawer eaJet1drawer
drawer in the safe of the chief clerk of ofthe oftho ofthe
the nonnoe finance department which had re remained remained reroamed ¬
mained locked for a a great number lIber of ofyears orY6fUS ofyears
years This morning rmas a locksmith wascsJled was wascajled wascalled
called to open the drawer Its I only con contents centf1nta contents ¬
tents were two 6 S bllle attached to the thefollowing theiGnowlng thefollowing
following ancient letter
Guy of ofJw New Ywk YwkIto Ywk YwkDtpsrit YerkDidet
Dtpsrit el 1 PISace PISacePIhcuary4llI6
elPtiInIarr
PtiInIarr PIhcuary4llI6 PIhcuary4llI6Itoo it itlaca
Ito laca A H class dreesBirHndoMd ap eHw pixel1erkIludomt
BirHndoMd pkM se find ttd Stf SIl8 S wU WhWi fe feib feibrental hribt hribtfOIIhoal leibrceslwd <
rental fro r tam J It Wifcfet W dtt Then is a trim Mi hi H HI It ItI
I think UtI and jKwd be bept kv a exwt scr at atYMn wetest wetestYoss aMit aMitYoww
Yoww tnthr trsl A D loaD IfORDThe OORDThe loaDThe
The writer of the t1s letter it was said at atcity atcity atcity
city hall hall was an old employe of the de department department departnlent ¬
partment No one remembers who J R RWright R RWright Rrght
Wright rght who Is mentioned in tho letter letterMRS ietterwas letterwas
was wasMRS
MRS FARNUM ASKS DIVORCE DIVORCEWife DIVOROEI DIVORCEWife
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Wife ife of f Actor Named by b Hoymrcl HoymrclGould Ho Howtt1Could nrlt nrltGonld
Gould Brings Salt SnitNew SuitNew 7 7New
New York April 22 22Paersin ZLPapers Papers In n a suit suitfor Bultfor suitfor
for divorce dlyorco by Mrs Agnes Johnstone JohnstoneFarnum ObnstoneFarnum ohnstoneFarnum
Farnum were AId in the Supreme Court Courtthis Courtthis Courtthis
this afternoon a against her husband Dus Dustln Dustin Thistin
tin Farnum an actor actorNone actorNone actorNone
None of those having having any interest In Inthe inthe inthe
the case would talk for publication A Afriend Alrtond Afriend
friend of Mrs Irs Farnum said this after afternoon attarnoon afternoon ¬
noon that the determination to seek a adivorce adhOrcG adivorce
divorce from her husband d was reached reachedby reachedby reachedby
by Mrs Farnum long before Mr Far Farnums Farnums Farsums
nums name was mentioned by Howard HowardGould HowardGould HowardGould
Gould in th the latters latt rs answer anSW r to the suit suitrecently suitrecentIy
recently recently instituted by Mrs Goujd against againsther againsther againsthor
her husband husbandBeautiful husbandBcnutlfnl husbandBeautiful
i
Beautiful Cnrnntlons Cnrnntlonll liCe Oc Dozen DozenA DOZCDA DozenA
A special at Blackistones 14th and H HClear H HCleur HClear
Clear Alabama flooring 2 per 100 feet feetFrank fectFrank feetFrank
Frank Libbey Co 6th st at and N Y ave
ITAFT TAFT FOUR CATTB fUUli fUUliSecretary CONFERS CONFERSi CONFERSSeeietary
i
i Secretary and His Lieuten Lieutenants Lieutenants Lientenants ¬
ants Discuss Outlook OutlookALL Outlooki OutlookALI
i ALL OVER BUT THE VOTING VOTINGOptimism VOTINGI VOTINGRnmpant VOTINGQptiniism
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Optimism Rampant at Council and andBveryliody ane aneUerylJody antiIIierybody
Bveryliody Is Happy JIappyJlny 3Iny UIJet UIJetIPol1aker Let LetFornker LetiPoraker
Fornker Stay In Senate S nate if lie Puts PutsShoulder PntRShonlltr PutsShoulder
Shoulder to the Wheel beel for Secre Secretary Secretar Secretar ¬
tary tar of States Stnte 8 Ejection Ejectionb B I3ectlonlug eetIon eetIonlie
lie b lug ma milt o ot Uw PnaeSwtisl PnaeSwtislinn PrtJalm4w PrMesdeIinovebsifi
inn inovebsifi m4w 1 U r1ltM naaa a eeWiMMes e wIa oowemhee In i tide city cityteif citylaat
teif laat t nifcr nifcrFirst night nJPFt nightFfrt
First Ft and foremost among them wa the thecandidate Utecandidate thecandidate
candidate himself WHHam WHUa Howard TaCt TftftThen TaCtThen TaftThen
Then came Cfearits < P Taft Taftbrolhor brother of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the caodldai auadldaW known as the little man manwith Jft8n11tb manwith
with the big whisk whiskers whiskersFrank rs rsFrank > it itFrank
Frank H II Hitchcock dlreetormehlef dlreetormehlefof
of the Taft forces and Arthur I Vorys Voryswho VOrTSwho Voryswho
who Is running the th side We anew show m In Co Columbus CoIbus CoIambus ¬
Iambus Ohio were the e others present at atthe atthe atthe
the conference conferenceOptimlam eouteleDCept1mI8aa conferenceOptimism
Optimism pervaded pervad this little gather gathering gatherbeg ¬
beg of big men In their minds eye they theysew theyMW theyeaw
sew Secretary Taft nominated elected electedawl electedaM electedand
awl inaugurated It was merely merel a case caseof CLceot camof
of going through th the formalities formalitiesMay fOmWtttesUay formalitiesMay
May Ask 5k Forakers Aid AidWhile AldWhO AidIThils
While none ot the tI Us conferees was ws ifl iflcItecI n neMned ncIIMd
eMned to talk for publication it ft the thewtdentandmg tile1RICMlRg tb tbuladorstanding
wtdentandmg that an agreement eeml1t was wacreacbed wasreached
i readied that there wlH wit be no compro compromise compntJldse compromise ¬
mise at present with the Forakar faction factionin
in Onto OntoThe ObtoThe OhioThe
The belief was expressed however it itIB ItmaW ItIn
IB maW said that in the event of the nomlna nomination nomlnatIoR nomlnadon ¬
don of Secretary Taft a strong effort effortwould etlortwould effortwould
would be made to induce Senator For Foraker Forakel F r rabet
abet to actively support the ticket If he hedoes hedoes hedoss
does so the Tatters will w I not oppose his hisreelection hisrelleeUeR hisreelection
reelection for tOr another term in the Upper UpperHouse UpperHouse UpperHouse
House HouseThe HouseThe HouseThe
The Senator will have to take His Hischances Illselwtces hischances
chances with other candidates candldatea but should shouldTaft shouldTatt shouldTaft
Taft be 1MI nominated tecl and elected the prob probabilities prObIlblUties probabilities ¬
abilities are thai Senator Foraker will wJHbe v111be willbe
be named for another term in case he hegives helIV1JIII hegives
gives loyal support to the ticket tlcketln in tae taenational theDatlonal Lit Litnational
national campaign campaignHankering CdlpalgnI1ankerlng campaignhunkering
Hankering for op Peace PeaceIn Peaee PeaeeIn PeaceIn
In other words if Mr Taft is elected electedPresident electedPrCllldent electedPreddent
President he would like to have Mr MrForaker MrFonLker MrForaker
Foraker in the Senate as the supporter supporterof
of the Taft administration The Taft Taftforces Tanforces Taftforces
forces would like ilk to make peace vWitb vWitbForaker with withForaker withPoraker
Foraker now but they deem It Imprac Impracticable Impracticable impmacticable ¬
ticable to enter into negotiations with withhim withblm withhun
him at this time timeCOAST timeOOAST timeCOAST
COAST DROUGET BROKEN BROKENRainfall B BROKENRainfall OKEN OKENRainfall
Rainfall in California Expected to toSave toSaye toSave
Save Growing Crops CropsSan Cropsan CropsSan
San Francisco April 22SMght showers showersfell showerstell showersfell
fell yesterday in Southern and Central CentralCalifornia OentralCa1tcornln ControlCalifornia
California and prospects prosp cts are good for a ageneral ageneral ageneral
general rain tonight tonightThe tonightThe tonlghtThe
The State has suffered front the driest driestI driestspring driestspring
I spring in thirtyone years fears and grain and andhay tlndhay nd ndhay
hay are threatened with almost total totalloss totalJoy totalions
loss in Texas Sacramento and San n Jon Jeaquin JMqUln Jonquin
quin valleys If rain comes e mes tonight l ttlpt It Itwfll Iti11 Itwill
will i11 save ve the th hay and part of the grain grainFruit smlnb groinFruit
Fruit b rult is suffering but the rain will ill do it itmuch itmuch Itmuch
much good goodHOSPITAL goodHOSPITAL goodHOSPITAL
HOSPITAL DOCTORS STRIKE STRIKEPoor STRIKEloor STRIKEIoor
Poor Fond anti Discourtesy Dl eonrtea of Sn Superintendent Snpcrlntenelent Snperlntendent ¬
perintendent Are AreCoDtPInlntllJ AreCoDtPInlntllJNew Complaint ComplaintNew ComplaintsNew
New York April prU SSix Stx of eight doc doctors doctors doetoes ¬
tors of Long Island College Hospital 10 located 10oated 10sated ¬
sated in Henry street one of the largest largesthospitals largesthosnlti15 largesthospitals
hospitals In Brooklyn went on a strike strikethis strikethis strikethis
this afternoon because of alleged poor poorfood poorrOOd poorfood
food and nd discourteous treatment accorded accordedthem acc accordedthem rdEli rdEliI
I them th m by Dr Richard E Shaw the super superintendent superintendent superIntendont ¬
intendent intendentThis intendentThis IntendontThis
This left two doctors do tors to look after SCO SCOpatients 260pfltlents 2Opatients
patients The latter declared they thBYould thBYouldbave would wouldhave rou1dhave
have gone out but for pending p ndIng surgical surgicaloperations surgJonlOp surgicaloperations
Op operationsTo operations operationsTo r tlona tlonaTo
To make m lte matters worse it Is said there thereIs thereIs thereIs
Is discord among the eighty eighty nurses nurs and andthat andthat andthat
that attendants have left for the same samereason sameren camereason
reason ren n as as that of the striking doctors doctorsThe doctorsThe doctorsThe
The Advnntncca 8 of Banking Donklngloney BunkingMoney
Money are appreciated by depositors In Inbanking tnbanking Inbanking
banking dept of Union Trust Co lith lithand 16thnnd Ithand
and H sts Interest paid on all accounts accountssubject accountssubject accountssubject
subject to tocheckGovemnment check Government control controlDressed controlDresllcd controlDressed
Dressed picket and palings 82 2 per 100 100Frank 100Frank 100Prank
Frank Libbey Co 6th st et and N Y ave
NATIONALS BEATEN BEATEfBEFORE BEATENBEFORE BEATE BEATEBEFORE
BEFORE BIG CROWD CROWDLocal CROWDj CROWDLocal CROWDLocal
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Local Pitcher No Puzzle to toBoston toBoston toBoston
Boston Red Sox Sox2OOO Sox12000
12000 2OOO PERSONS ATTEND ATTENDRecordbreaking ATTENDR ATTENDRceoribreaking
R Recordbreaking cordll akiug Throng Wel Welconnis Welcollies el elcmllJS
collies ilcorganizcdOlitil ilcorganizcdOlitilGcorirc
George Winter Holds Locals Safe SafeToward SateToward SafeToward
Toward Close of t Game While WhileSmith WhileSmith VJIlIeSmith
Smith Is Forced to Give Way tny in inFavor InFnpl InFnior
Favor of Falkenuerff After Being BeingHit DelngUlt Beinglilt
Hit Safely in Every Inninsr InningFans InningFansLookOver InningFansLook Fans FansLook
Look LookOver Over Xeiraomers New NewComersThe omer8Tlte The Score ScoreINITIAL SooreINITIAL ScoreINITIAL
INITIAL FEATURES OF OFTHE OFTHE OFTHE
THE FIRST BALL BALL GAME GAMEPirat GAMEPfrJllt GAMEFirst
First Imtter hnttcrTJloney hnttcrTJloneyjnt battermoneyFirst Thoney ThoneyPlrat
First man to reach first flrstPiiouey flrstPiioueyVIrst rlltThohe Tuoney TuoneyFirst
First 1 lrlit sinBlc slnJleJhoncy slnJleJhoncyPlrHt Thoney ThoneyFlr
Flr PlrHt t double loublcJlcConnell cloubleMeConnehlPirat McConnell McConnellFirst
First sacrifice nerItic hit bltGunley bltGunleyFI115t hitGanleyFirst Gnaley GnaleyFirst
I
First hunt buntGnalcT buntGnalcTFirst buntGanleyFirst Ganlcj GanlcjFirst
First flyout tlyoutShlllie tlyoutShlllieFlrlit flyoulSblitkeFirst Shlpke ShlpkeFlrt
First fouloatVlncr fouloatVlncrFirst fouloat fouloutWInterFirst Winter WinterFirst
First putout putontStr putontStrctFirst Street StreetFirst ct
First ns8iit nSHbtStreet nSHbtStreet1lrHt assistStreetVIrst Street StreetFlrt I
Flrt error crrorIuportc errozLnpnrjeFirst Ltipnrtc V VFirst
First bull pitched by Smith SmithStrike SmtnStrike SmlthStrike I
Strike StrikeFirst Strikerltt StrikeFirst
First < rltt run rl1nPlrkerJog rl1nPlrkerJogFlr runPickeringFirst Plpkerlnj PlpkerlnjFirst
First Flr t earned run runIorl1 runIorl1t runIordFirst Lord LordFirst
First t lrst Ntrikeout HtrlkeoutLord HtrlkeoutLordFlnt strikeoutLordFirst Lord LordFirst
First double play ploSblpke Shlpke to toFreeman toFreemon toFreeman
Freeman FreemanFirst FreemonFIrst FreemanFirst
First base on balls bn1J ballsLord ballsLordSurrounded Lord LordSurrounded Loril LorilI LorilSnri0wa
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Surrounded e4 by the tit greatest crowd that thatever thate thatever
ever e er witnessed a ball game in this city cityJoe dt dtJoe cityJoe
Joe Cantiifons rejuvenated Nationals Nationalswere Xattonalswere Nationalswere
were beaten yesterday by tne Boston BO OD Red RedSox RedSox RedSex
Sox In the InaUgUral contest of the local localprofessional locilproteJIonal localprofessiOnal
professional season 1e8 by 5 to 3 3Washington 1 1Wasblnltoat 3wrahlngtoal
Washington downfall was due to the theunwonted theanwOfttscI theunwonted
unwonted liberties that the visitors took tookwith tookwith tookwith
with Charley Smiths idths curves More than thananxious thananxtet18 thaaanxious
anxious to make k a favorable impression impressionIn
In I the opening game Joe Cantilton re rezarrcd rei reer4I
zarrcd i d the tZ dean of the pitching corps for foryesterday foryastenla foryesterdays
yesterday contest but it was not notSmiths notmtJas notsnIths
Smiths snIths day In the opening o nlng gam game at atBoston atBoston atBoston
Boston the tall twirler despite the fact factthat factt1tat factthat
that he wa was beaten ten by the redoubtable redoubtableCy redoubtableCy redoubtableCy
Cy Young Y 3 gave a masterful ma exhibition exhibitionhoWIn exhibitionnk exhibitionholding
holding hoWIn nk the Red Sox to Ii few fails hi but butwas butwas butwas
was unfortunate in receiving poor sup support suppOrt support ¬
port portYesterday pOrtY8Ste portYesterday
Yesterday Y8Ste i It was exactly the reverse reverseAlthough reeneA1tbovP rererseAlthough
Although charged daa with two errors the theNationals theNatJonalsptayed theNationals
Nationals NatJonalsptayed played syed fast ball in the field and andwould andwould andwould
would have bean able to eke k out a vic victory victory ic ictory ¬
tory had Smith had better luck in fool fooling fooling fooling ¬
ing his opponents o ta In every inning he hepitched toepltc hetched
pitched pltc tched ed the home twirler was touched up upfor upfer upfor
for on OM or more hits and finatty after afterBoston afterBeston afterBoston
Boston had amassed five runs he gave gaveway gaveway ave aveW
way W in favor of Falfceaberg who blah finishedthe finished finishedthe d dthe
the game in good shape allowing aUowi only onlyone onlyene onlyone
one safety during his three rounds of ser service serice icrice
vice ice ice
Winter Intcr a Puzzle PurzleWhile luzzleWhile PuzzleWhile
While Boston was wastouchtng touching up Smith in inlively 111ltve1y Inlively
lively shape George GeorP Winter was holding holdingthe holdingthe holdingthe
the Nationals safe While bUe he struck struckout atruckout struckout
out only 001 one man during his seven in innings Innings Insings ¬
nings on O the rubber Winter sueceded suecededin
in tightening up u whenever Cantillons crew crewshewed crewsbomd crewshowed
showed symptoms of tying the scare 8Mr4As scareAs cor corAs
As Whiter Tinter was not in the bent phyiscal phyiscalcondition phY1scaieondttJen phylacalcondition
condition he was excused ed at the end of ofthe orthe ofthe
the seventh vnth inning In nine and Cy C Morgan Morganaerved Moranserved Morganorved
served orved them up in D the two remaining remainingrounds 1talningrounds rtuainingrounds
rounds roundsHad roundsHad roundsHad
Had rooting rooUn been a factor in the game gamethe pmethe gamethe
the Nationals would have won as they theyplease theypIea theypease
please pIea Never before has National Park Parka ParkHeft Parkseen
a Heft en such a throng and never has baate a ateam ateam
team te 1 received a better reception re < eptlon than thanwas thanBe thanwas
was afforded the home players paera when whenthey whli1they whenthey
they trotted out onto the field to prac practice pracUee pracflee ¬
flee Later each aeh Sndividua ptayec pnyec re received r rcetvad rccelved ¬
ceived an ovation as he took his place placeat pla6at placeat
at the bat Long before 1M ore the time me pet petfor ItCor setor
for or the beginning of hostilities h06U1lt s every everyseat eIIr eIIreat every everyseat
seat In the spirious grand stand tln pavil pavilions paU1oIti pavllions ¬
ions and bleachers was occupied whji whjiseveral whiaseveral hjl hjlSY
several SY ra1 hundred fans who were n not nftf8l11Iftllte notfortunate t tfortunate
fortunate enough to obtain a place in the thestands thendlii
stands ndlii sat on the grass on either ri ri4i ri4iot riiof < 1 1of
of the diamond An hour before Tmpire TmpireConnelly l TmpireConnefly mpil mpilConRelly
Connelly called the game and Commission Commissioner ¬
er West TPSt threw out the th first ball there was wassuch wasouch as astiuch
such a congestion eonge tion outside the tMJ thgstee jates tes that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the sale of seats for the bleachers was wasstopped W1Sstopped wasstop
stopped stop and there were fully 2o 21110 2 io fans fanswho hnswho finswho
who made the Journey to the park who whowere whowere whowere
were unable unBb to get inside In de the gates The Thecrowd Tberow Thecrowsi
crowd was dstimated at IfOOO IfOOOIdeal 1O0Ideal OOO OOOIclenl
Ideal Conditions Prevail PrevailIt
It was an Ideal day for a ball g P gem gemnot m mnot rmJ rmJnot
not too cold for the players pla ers nor too varm varmfor vamfor am amfor
for the spectators ap and and it was not surpris surprising S1rprjllng wirprasIng ¬
ing that all records for attendance worj worjbroken wtr wtrbroken tT tTbrok
broken brok for the fans were over anxious anxiousto anxloJsto enxoisto
to get a aIook look at the new club that thatis thatIs thatIs
is to represent this tt ll city in what promises promisesto promi8 5 5t
to be one of the greatest at lt races r8C S in the theannals theannals theannals
annals of the national pastime pastimeWhen pastimeWben pastimeWhen
When Joe Cantillon took charge last lastyear lastyear lastyear
year he h Announced ABnautU d that it would be ate necessary fteossary ateessary < ¬
essary to completely reorganize Since Sincelast Sincelast Sincelast
last April he has gotten together pracU practically pracUeoUy pracueafly ¬
cally a whole n nw w team for r of the nine nineplayers nineplayers nineplayers
players In the first lineup yesterday only onlyone onlyoncChftrlllY onlyoneChancy
one oncChftrlllY Charley Smith SmithWIlt was a member mem r of the thalocal theloeal thelocal
local club when the present pre nt manager took tookcharge tookcharge tookcharge
charge chargeThe chargeThe chargeThe
The crowd was familiar with the t e work workof workOf workof
of Capt apt Ganley Clymer Shipk Shl k Dele Delehanty Delehant Ddehanty
hanty hant and Smith and so the fans con concentrated concentrated concentrateci ¬
centrated their attention during durin the thegreater thegreater thegreater
greater part of the afternoon to the new newmen newmenPickering newmenPickering
men menPickering Pickering McBride Freeman and andStreet andStreet andStreet
Street While hlle th the veterans each came In Inj n nfor rtfor
j for their meed of applause applau the newcom newcomers neW neWomore om omers
ers were given to understand that they theywere thtywere theywere
were welcome and would be given every everyencouragement eyer eyerencouragement everyencouragement
encouragement to make gOld Of tn tnt new newmen IVmen restmen
men Ollie Pickering Plckerln did the in > st meri meritorious m mrttorlous 11 11torlous ¬
torlous work getting on the bases three threetimes thrf8times threetimes
times twice on balls and once on an ani anerror anerror
i error and scoring two of Washingtons Washingtonsthree Washlngtonuthree Washingtonsthree
three runs Freeman Freem was unable to get geton leton geton
on the th bases but in th the field fi ld he accepted acceptedten aeeept acceptedten d dten
ten chances after dropping a thrown thrownball thrownban thrownball
ball in the second 8 collfl inning inningStreet InningStreet inningStreet
Street could do nothing in the way wa of cfhatting ofbatting ofbatting
batting but his reputation as a perfect perfectthrower perfectthrower perfectthrower
thrower kept the Red Sox glued to the thebases thsbases thebases
bases at every stage after Thoney had hadi hadbeon hadbeen
i been made to look foolish in trying to toI tosteal tosteal
I steal second in the first inning McBride McBridoI McBrldoContlnned McBrideContinued
I Continued on Page 8 Column ColumnSlc1Jn 3 3Sldlnff 2Siding
Siding Slc1Jn 150 per 100 feet A 4 big cut cutFrank cutFrank cutFrank
Frank Libbey Llbb 8 Go 6th st at and N y av avo aye

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