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Delegates to Denver Are In Instructed InstJucted Instructed
structed So to Votef Vote VoteASK ToteA
Majority Plank Goes
AfteraHotFiffht AfteraHotFiffhtRoger After a Hot Fight FightRoger FightItoger
Roger C Sullivan In Control and
Will VUI Be Reelected National Com Comlultteeman CommltteemnnJuflre Corn1nItteentauJudgo
lultteeman mltteemnnJuflre Judge Thompson Dry Bryan Drynn fltYan
an Leader Turned Down by b
Chairman Contesting Contetln
tVIll Go from Chicago to 1 Denver DenverSpringfield DcnTerSprlng DenverSpringieId
Springfield Sprlng eld HI fli April iRssoluUoncvere R
were adopted by the Democratic DmocratIoq
q convention today t day instructing the th dele delegates delegates deleg8tea ¬
gates to the Ui national convention
Bryan for President Pree dent and the list of dele delegatesatlars dellgate8atJarge delegateeatkrge
gatesatlars is headed by Roger C Sul Sullivan Sullivan SulIlvan ¬
livan of Chtaagti national committeeman committeemanwhose committeemanwho committeemanwhooe
whose e control COfttrO over o the convention was wasewpreme wasnvprezne wasliwpreme
liwpremeThe nvprezneThe ewpreme ewpremeThe
The other delegatasatlarfe are Samuel SamuelAlschuter StunttelAIsch SamuelAlscli
AIsch Alschuter ier ier of Aurora Fred J Kern of ofBelleville otBellevnle ofBelleville
Belleville Harry M Ptacheii of the thePeoria thePeorf thePeoria
Peorf Peoria Journal former Justice of the theSupreme theSupreme theSupreme
Supreme Court Carroll C C Bogs of Fair Fairfield Fair1ield PttrleId
field former Mayor Edward F Dunne of ofChicago oCChlca ofChicago
Chicago Chlca Judge e A A J Hunter Hunt of Paris Parisand ParIaand Prl PrlaM
and former Postmaster R R M Ridgely of ofSpringfield ofSprJng8eld ofSpr1ngeld
Springfield Mr Ridgely RId ly was removed removedfr removedfrm
1 fr frm rm m the postmaatership by President PresidentCleveland Pre PreekiontCleveland I4lontC1evelaa4
Cleveland because beea he presided at Bryan Bryanmeetings BryanmeetlD18 Bryanmeetinga
meetings during 4u1n the campaign of UN UNJudge 111I 111IJudge l1Judge
Judge Charg cbat1t A A Keys being appointed in inhis InIs InIils
his Is stead steadThe steadThe steadThe
The Presidential electoraatlarse 9ecomtjar are areHon areHon areBun
Hon Caleb C C Johnson pt of Starting and andRichard andRichard andBlehaM
Richard F KinaeHa of otSltDtIIHIOR Sangamoa ngamoa County CountyRoger 00u1lt7Roger uuty uutyBoer
Roger C C Sullivan wilt have y the tMSIIItl support supportof > rt rtof
of at least twothirde of the delegates to tothe tothe tothe
the national convention fqr national com commltteeman COlamltteeman cornJ corninltteeman
mltteeman for Illinois IllinoisRepublicans 1U 1URelmltl1ean ruhOIL ruhOILfle1uhlleanM
Republicans Are Ccnunrod CcnunrodThe CeuroclThe CeaiurotlThe
The platform censures eenau the Republican RepublicanState RepubUcanState RepublicanState
State administration for its allef al a1IeM d ex extravagance extravapnee ortravagance ¬
travagance tooting of public ubUe funds fulld and andfraud aDdIra andfraud
fraud Ira ud of State employee elD loyes It ittates it states that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the imperialistic administration ad tra ttoa of the thegovernment thegovernmeDt thegovernment
government had brought l1t the nation to a apoint apoint apoint
point where the very form of government governmentis governmentfe ovenutIs
is threatened threatenedThe threatenfICIThe threatondThe
The platform calls attention to what it itcharges Itcharges Itcharges
charges is the usurpations af power JOWWthe by bythe bythe
the present Republican President of the theUnited eUnttecl theTjnited
United State tabi It demands nde the tlMment ame ameraent simot simotmoot
moot by Congress cur of a a Jaw similar 11ar to that thatwhich thathlch thatwhich
which hlch prevails m In the Democratic State Stateof Stateof Stateof
of Oklahoma whereby depositors rs in banks bankscan IMuakcan bankacan
can be secured against the th failure of the thebanks UtebanD thebanks
banks The deep waterway to the Gulf Gulfproject GulfJ1roect Gulfproeet
project proeet is heartily indorsed indorsedThe bHlorMdThe Indori d dThe
The brief personal liberty plink to the theeffect theeffect theeffect
effect that the Democratic party deplores deploreslaws deploreslaws
laws 198 which will change the customs of ofthe orthe ofthe
the people and believes in the greatest t of ofpersonal otpersonal ofpersonal
personal liberty and Is opposed to sumptu sumptuary sumptuary sumptuary ¬
ary laws provoked a brisk fight ht in the theconvention theconvention theconvention
convention After considerable speech speechmaking speechmaking speechmakIng
making the minority report of the com committee commlttee committee ¬
mittee on resolutions re that the plank be bestricken bestricken bestricken
stricken out out was tabled by a vote of DCto 84 84to 41 41to
to 09 4L and the plank was adopted Sixty Sixtyseven Slxtysenn Sixtyseven
seven counties voted against the plank pianktwentythree Jlaftktwentythree planktwentythree
twentythree for It and twelve were di divided dided dlvided ¬
vided videdAnother ded dedAnother p pAnother
Another plank of the platform denounces denouncesthe deaouneMthe denouncesthe
the high protective tariff tariffBryan tarUrDran tartLBryan
Bryan Leader Turned Down DownA DownA DouA
A sensation wu created at the does of ofthe rthe ofthe
the convention when hen Circuit Judge J Owen OwenP OwenP
P Thompson n of Jacksonville arose to toIntroduce toIntroduce tointroduce
Introduce a resolution rigidly rhldl binding the theIllinois theIllinois the11linos
Illinois delegation dele to Bryan and instruct instructing InstructIng InstructIng ¬
ing them to vote for him as slong long as he hewas hewu hewas
was a candidate Judge Thompson is one oneof onaof oneof
of the antiSullivan leaders 1efUIw and was not notrecognised notrecognlRd notrecognised
recognised by Chairman Morris Judge JudgeThompson JudseThomJn JudgeThompson
Thompson then pushed upon the platform platformand Iatformand platformand
and raised a point of order The chair chairman chairman chairman ¬
man said Judge Thompson vas out of oforder oCorder oforder
order until he took his seat HIlt and when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the Judge returned lo his seat the chair chairrefused cbalrrefused chairrefined
refused to recogniae hinv him but proceeded proceededwith JIOCoededwith proceededwith
with the roll call on the adoption of the thereport thereport thereport
report of the committee on resolutions resolutionsRobert relOlutlonsRobert resolutionsRobert
Robert B Burke Judge William Pren Prentlss Prent1u PrenS
S tlss and 00 nine nln other Chicago men with
350 proxies of delegates deI tes selected at the theBryan theBryan theBryan
Bryan Clubs League ward caucuses in inthat inthat Inthat
that city last Saturday night met In theconvention the theconvention theconvention
convention haIl and selected twenty dele delejjates deleb8tes delejates
jjates from Cook County to the national nationalconvention nationalconveutlon nationalconvention
convention at Denver to contest the dele deleeates deleigat9s delegates
gates elected at the regular convention conventionJudge convootionJudge conventionJudge
Judge Frentisfi declared deca od both conven conventions conventions conventions ¬
tions were illegal me but that as the friends friendsof trlandsor friendsof
of Burke and himself are likely to be in incontrol Incontrol incontrol
control at Denver their delegation del C8t1on might mightget mIghtget mightEet
Eleven leven Persons Mode Unconscious Unconsciousand Unconsciousnd Unconsciousand
and Four of Them May Die DiePlcasanton DiePloasanton DiePleasanton
Plcasanton Tex T April 28 IThe The family familyof familyof familyof
of West West Crawford living near here con consisting conslating conMstin ¬
slating Mstin of father mother and nine chil children children chitdren ¬
dren were made unconscious unco us today to dy by bya bybolt bya
a bolt of lightning which entered the therobm UterOOm therm
rOOm rm In which they were sitting Pour Pourof Pourof Fourof
of the children may not survive The Theother Theother Theother
other members of the family are slowly slowlyrecovering slowlyrecoverinG slowlyrecovering
recovering recoveringThe recoverinGThe recoveringThe
The house waa demolished some of the thetimbers th8Umbers thetimbers
timbers betas thrown a distance of 168 168yards 101yards 1 1yards
yards yardsSNEEZING yardsSNEEZING yardsF
Girl Near enr Atlantic City Unable to toStop ioStol toStop
Stop After Three Days DaysAtlantic DnyAtJanUc DaysAtlantic
Atlantic City J J April a I11 Miss Eva EvaMay EvaMay va vaMay
May English h of English Creek is i dying dyingas dJingaM dyingas
as the result of a a sneezing lit that has haslasted liasut lesslasted
lasted ut for three days and which her herphysicians herphYllclau herphysic1Rn
physicians are still un unable to check checkThe cbeckTb chockThe
The Tb girl started to to sneeae 8n snees after aftercoughtDg a acoughing a acoughing
coughing spell and sneeaed US times in inone Inone inone
one hour today todayHer toda7Her todaYHer
Her now and throat passages are It badly badlyswollen bI 11ollen badlyawollen
swollen ollen a AI a remit of the constant eoaetting rack racking raekIng ¬
ing and experts have been summoned to totry ttry totry
try to toopth op the fatal attack attackBaltimore attukDalUoUJre attackDalliniorr
Baltimore end 0 Return 9126 9126Ilaltlmorc I2G I2GJJaJtlmlJrc 121ilnitiniore
Ilaltlmorc and l1t Ohio R R REvery nEvery IiEvery
Every Saturday and Sunday lunt1a AH trains trainsboth trainaoth trainsboth
both wave both day days exempt Royal Lijrn Urn Llmitd Urnitd
itd City oIfles I 1411 U it t and f19 I Pa Paye a ave
ye ve
Ynqnl Indians Attack Armored Au Automobile AutOlltublle Automobile ¬
tomobile slaying Five Occupants OccupantsChihuahua OccupantChlhuahuaApril OccupantsChihuahua
Chihuahua ChlhuahuaApril April 23 231t It is reported here herethat hereU1at herethat
that an an armored automobile which a min mining minIng mm mmlug ¬
ing company at Sahuralpa State of otno11l So Sonora Soflora
nora no11l recently placed in operation be between beI ¬
I tween its It mines and the nearest noar St railroad railroadpoint rallIOlldpoint railroadpoint
point was w attacked by a band of Yaqu YaquIIndtna YaquIndiana
Indians and three American prospectors prospeotorswho prospectorswho
who were passengers on the automobile automobilewera automobilewore e ewere
were killed Two Mexicans were also alsokilled WSOklled alsokilled
killed killedThe klledThe killedThe
The Indians are vary bad in these dis districts distriots
Ohioan Convicted of Conspiracy Un Under Uncler Vumr ¬
der Valentine Antitrust AntltrustLnw AntltrustLnwLima Law LawLima LawLinia
Lima Ohio April 23 23A A jail sentence sentencewas sentencewas sentencewas
was meted out to a nephew of Grovor GrovorCleveland GrovorCleve18Dd GroverCleveland
Cleveland former President of the United UnitedStates UnitedStatQS UnitedStaten
States today todA Judge Quail imposed a afine atine afine
fine of GOO 909 and a jail sentence of five fivedays ftedays livedays
days on O William H Cleveland junior juniormember juniormember juniormember
member of the firm of Huston Clove Cleveland C160land Cloveland ¬
land of Columbus Ohio alleged dis distributors distributors distributors ¬
tributors for the American Bridge Com Company Cernpany Cornpray ¬
pany for violation of the Valentine anti antitrust attUtrnst antitrust ¬
trust act act the Ohio anticombine law lawCleveland InvCleveland lawCleveland
Cleveland was convicted more than a ayear ayear ayear
year ago of conspiracy in restraint of oftrade oftrade oftrade
trade in violation of the provisions of the theValentine theValentln theVgIentin
Valentine act He had been at liberty libertyunder UbortyuJlder libertyunder
under bond pending ndlng decision on the mo motion mo motion mction ¬
tion of his attorneys for a new trial trialCYCLONE trial trialCYCLONE trialYLONE
Fatal Storm Sweeps SweepsTlllongh SweepsTlllonghNebraska Through ThroughNebraska ThroughNebraska
Nebraska County CountyTWO Count CountTWO tj1 tj1TWO
Wreckage of House of John Man ManKelson llaugel50n Mangelson
Kelson Taken Into the Air and andwith anditb andwith
with itb It the OccupaittH OccupantsBody Dody Ol1y of ofChild ofChild ofChild
Child Found In Public Pu1 He Highway HighwayDamage JIIgl1wnyDamnge highwayDamage
Damage in Indian Reservation ReservationBancroft ReseratlonBlulcrott ReservationBascroft
Bancroft Nebr April aA A cyclone cyclonethe eyel eyelthe cyclonethe
the nrst of the season en swept through throughOwning ureugtaCtIIIIlng tisroubCuming
Owning County and Into TherEon Cotta County Con Conty ¬
ty at t noon today tod Four persons are areknown areknown
known to have bean killed several ven in injnred 1 1lured
lured aad a number of houses destroyed destroyedTelegraph dMtroedhI destroyedTelegraph
Telegraph hI ph and telephone t8I01 1 ne wires are down downand downand downand
and reports are slow in arriving arrivingThe arrivingTIle arrivingThe
The tornado struck the house of John JohnMangeison JohultIUlKeI JohnMangelson
Mangeison on near Pander Nebr and then thenswooped theswooped thenswooped
swooped into the air taking takl the wreckage wreckageof wrecka
of the house and Mr and a Mrs MangeJ MangeJaoii MaaceIBoth Mangelsois
aoii Both were w re killed k1tIl their bodies bqing bqingcarried hQIJgeaTled b g getpi1sd
carried a aG8OCge mile mileGeorge 140 140GeOrg0
George Waacker and family were at atwnch al1unek atlunch
lunch when the tit twtefcer t struck their house houseThree bODeThree houseThree
Three of the family vera wereso seriously scr1 feu9IY sly in injured InJured injureL ¬
jured JuredDodT
Body of Baby Found PonndThe FoundThe FoundThe
The body of a a baby was picked up upm upIn upin
m In the public road ten miles from Ban Bancroft Baftcroft Bencroft
croft The child has not been identified identifiedWit Identl identiltedbat ed edout
Wit probably was brought by the cyclone cyclonefrom eyclonefrom cyclonefrom
from some residence which was wrecked wreckedA
A heavy downpour of rain and ball fol followed tollowed followed ¬
lowed the cyclone which swept northeast northeastwardly northeastrdly northeastwardiy ¬
wardly rdly toward the Winnebago Indian Indianreservation IndSurIMrvation IndLeareservation
reservation where much damage was waswrought WUrc waswrozght
wrought rc cht the houses hou e being of the most mostflimsy most111M mostMmsy
flimsy 111M character At least one death re resulted re resalted resuited ¬
salted here hereThe horeTIle hereThe
The storm passed Dlis ed within a quarter of ofa ofmile ofa
a a mile of Pander and paused consternation consternationIn eonstwntfonIn co sterntfoa sterntfoaIn
In the town townASKS townASKS townASKS
West Test Virginia Man fnn Sues H H Rog Rogers Rogers flogera ¬
ers and Other Oil Men MenNew tIenNe MenNew
New Ne York April 28T Moore Jaekson Jaeksonof
of Clarksburg W Va has brought a asuit awit asuit
suit in the Supreme Court in this county countyagainst countyapnat countyagainst
against H H1 H Rogers George A Burt Burtand Burt BurtAnd Burtend
and Alfred C Bedford prominent in the theStandard theStandard theStandard
Standard Oil Company Com pan to recover from fromthem fromthem fromthem
them a sum which with Interest Interestamounts Intereatamounts Interestamounts
amounts to L8W UOUIO UU UUPapers M I y
Papers were filed in the suit today todayafter todayafter todayafter
after the defendants had been served servedIt servedIt servedIt
It is contended by Mr Jackson that the thaamount th thAmount theamount
amount mentioned represents the loss he hesustained hesustaIned hesustained
sustained In a railroad deal in West Vir Virginia VirginS Virginla ¬
ginS The railroad was the West We t Vir Virginia Virginia Virginia ¬
ginia Short Line which Jackson says he heOrganized hebrganlZed hebrganlzed
brganlZed in 1367 and which wbi h had had sur surveys surveys ncrveys ¬
veys made for a line to run between Mr MrRogers MrRogers MrRogers
Rogers Ohio River Railroad and the theWest theWest theWest
West Virginia Central owned by the theBaltimore theBaltimoro th thBaltimore
Baltimore and Ohio Mr Jackson says saysthat saysthat saysthat
that by misrepresentations mlsrepr 8entaUons Mr Rogers Rogersand RGgersand Rcgersand
and his associates got him to surrender surrendercontrol surrendercontrol surrendercontrol
control of this road roadBATONYI roodBATONYI roadBATONYI
Former Whip Will VhI1 J11 Relate His Hi Mat Matrimonial llntrimollJal Matrimonlal ¬
rimonial Troubles In Public PublicNewport PublicNewport PublicNewport
Newport R R L I April 23 23Aurel Aurel Batopyl Balonyiaccording Batopylucordlng Batopylaccording
according to a statement he made here heretoday heretoday heretoday
today is i soon to begin writing a book bookon bookon bookon
on his family am II 3 troubles He says It will willbe willpUblished willbe
be published in this country country and abroad abroadthat abroadthat abroad1tht
1tht that all might know the true facts in Jnthe inthe inthe
the case caseThis casoThis easeThis
This afternoon Deputy Sheriff Frank FrankKing FrankKing FrankKing
King of Newport visited Mr Batonyis Batonyisfarm BlltonIsfarm Batonylsfarm
farm and rerepleyined the horses car carriages carrlag earrisges
riages rlag and other articles that were taken takenby takenby takenby
by Mr r Batonyi D to Yl on a writ of replevin replevinfrom repJovhifrom repleytsfrom
from the farm of Mrs Mr Batonyi a few fewdays fewda111 fewdays
days ago agoI agoI agoI
I shall fight the case caz to the bitter end endm endIn endIn
m In the courts coJr J and shall ask through my myattorney myattorBey myattorney
attorney for an indictment from the thegrand thegrand thegrand
grand Jury against those tho who whoare are respon responiWe rasponmDle rosponsibie
mDle iWe for my troubles and who conspired conspiredagajnst conspiredt conspiredaglnst
agajnst t me me he said saidGor saidGo saidCoy
Coy Go Pout Coming ComingSan ComingSan CorningSan
San Juan Perto Rico April a 2LPre 2LPreIdont Pres President Presid8llt ¬
ident Roosevelt Roos velt has requested Gov Post Pottto POItw Postto
to take to Washington the papers in inseveral inHveral Inseveral
several legal actions of Porto Rico Ricoagainst Ricoagalut Ricoagainst
against the Catholic Church involving involvingproperty InVOhlngproperty involvingproperty
property worth a million dollars The Thechurch Theebureh Thechurch
church baa won some som of the cash In the theinsular thelUltlar theInsular
insular courts and the government has haswon basWOn haswon
won others Both sides ldls have appealed appealedto
to the United States Supreme Court CourtSaturday
7 7Snturc1ny 7Saturday
Saturday and nd Sunday SundayBxcurMlon S SundayRxeiralon nt1n nt1nDxcurllion
BxcurMlon to Baltimore BaltimoreOnly BaltimoreOnly aUlmoreOnly
Only 1 1 25 via Pennsylvania R R It Tick Tlckgood Ticktt Ticketa
eta tt good returning r rcturnin turnln until Sunday night All Alltrains Alltratns Alltrains
trains newt theTConcresslonal the Congressional 1 Limited LlmltdD
Colorado at Anstiii at High Highest Highest ughV ughest ¬
j V est Stage in History HistoryTHOUSANDS HistoryTHOUSANDS BistoiyTHOUSANDS
Vast Expanse of Rich Valley ValleyBottoms ValleyBottOlllS ValleyBottoms
Bottoms Is in Ruin EuiriAH Ruh RuhAll RuinAll
All the Houses In Salem and Altman AltmanSwept AltmanSwept AltmanSwept
Swept Away n UP Arc Many in Rico HicoThree llicoThree RicoThree
Three Hundred Houses Under the theWater theVater theWater
Water at Brownwood rownwood and Town Is ICut IsCut
Cut Off from Outside Communica Communication 10mnlUnlcntlonUeny CorninunicatIon1leai ¬
tion tlonUeny tIon1leai Heavy Rains Still Falling FallingAustin FnIUngAUlUn FallingAustin
Austin Tex T April 23 2SA A flood of un unprecedented unprecedented Unprecedented ¬
precedented volume hi sweeping down the thevalleys thevalleys thevalleys
valleys of the Colorado and Brazes rivers riverstoward rlvorstowanl riverstoward
toward the Gulf Gul causing the destruction destructionof
of millions of dollars worth of growing growingcrops growingcrops growingcrops
crops and other property in its wake wakeThis wakeThis wakeThis
This is particularly true of the Colorado ColoradoRiver ColoradoRiver ColoradoRiver
River which is the higher of the two twostreams twostrIM twostreams
streams and has an overflow oor ow which cov covers covrs coyers ¬
ers rs a vast expanse of rich valley lands landsfor landsfor landsfor
for a distance of 400 miles and which whichwill whichvill whichwill
will bring rlng still greater ruin to the 200mile 200milestretch iOOm1lestretch mlle mllestretch
stretch of bottom land which the inevit inevitable Inevitable Inevitable ¬
able inundation has not yet reached reachedThe reachedTho reachedThe
The Colorado at Austin today reached reachedthe re reachedthe dtod dtodthe
the highest t stage in its history It is a afoot afoot atoot
foot hisher than the record made by the thegreat thegreat thegreat
great Jk flood > od of ISflU IVOS which swept away the theiNM9 theKLO
iNM9 1 dam at Austin and caused the thedestruction thed thedotructlon
d destruction ftruc OB of millions of dollars worth orth of ofproperty otproperty ofproperty
property between here and where it emp empties empU cropties ¬
ties U Into the Gulf GulfHeavy Gultn Gulfheavy
Heavy n n Rains Still Palling PallingThe lon11lngThe FallingThe
The river fe still un rising rlsIn at this point pointWord petaLWord t tWord
Word was received this evening lfttng from frompoints frempoIatll frompoints
points In its J upper watershed that tor torrential tornntla1 tsrrantlat ¬
rential rains are again falling and that thatthe th thatthe t tUte
the tributary streams are on another big bigrise bigrIM bigAdvices
rise rIMcl riseAdvices
Advices cl were v received her hers this evening eveningthat ovenlngthat eveningthat
that the flood In the Bosqne Bo River one oneof oneof oneof
of the tributaries of C the Brazes destroyed destroyedall
all the houses in th Ute towns of Salem 58 and andAltman aftdAltman endAltman
Altman and many man in HJco HJeo and that hun hundreds hUDdreds hendreds ¬
dreds of people of those places had to towade towade towade
wade and swim through throu water to higher higherground highernd higherground
ground nd The homeless ones are in desti destitute destitute destitue ¬
tute condition and appeals for help have havebeen baven havebeen
been n issued In Rico about thirty rest residences rMtdenUw8 restdeni ¬
dences deni and business buildings have been beenwashed beenwubed beenwashed
washed away awayTown awayTown awayTown
Town Cut Of from Communication CommunicationThe CO11MunleqUQn CO11MunleqUQnTb Cornmunlcntlonrhw
The situation at Brown DrownIod wood where wheremore wbeymore h F Fm
more m re than 100 00 houa houses are r under water waterand wateraDd waterand
and the town te cut off from oommnnka oommnnkaUoa connnunlcmUOIt oommnnicttie
Uoa tie with the outside world except by byboat byboat byboat
boat has been relieved temporarily by bythe bytJte bythe
the arrival of orsuppllell supplies of It food foodMore fooMore foodMore
More than 100 lOO OOQM worth of railroad ties tieswhich liaswhich tieswhich
which were cut and on cars ready for forshipment forshipment forshipment
shipment out of the cedar forest north of ofAustin ofAutin ofAustin
Austin were caught in the flood and andawept andswept andswept
swept away way It is estimated that more morethan morethan morethan
than 301000 CICO acres of growing cotton and andcorn findcorn andcorn
corn in the valleys of the Colorado and andBrazos andBrAZN andBrazes
Brazes and their tributaries are now un under under untier ¬
der water waterIt wAterIt waterIt
It will be several days before the crest crestof crestof crestof
of the floods reaches the Gulf An addi additional Additional additional ¬
tional G6lttO acres of cultivated bottom bottomlands bottomJands bottomlands
lands will be b inundated before the floods floodsin floodsin floodsIn
in the two rivers subside subsideIf
If the rains continue there will be begreat begreat begreat
great destruction trueUon of property pro rly which is isnow IsBOW isnow
now thought to be located above high highwater highwater highwater
water mark markRABBI markRABBI markRABBI
Chief Teacher of Austrian Jews Jew Con Condemns CODlem Condemns ¬
demns lem 18 Desecrators of Chapel ChapelVienna ChapelVienna ChapelVienna
Vienna April IThe Th The Chief Rabbi of ofAustria ofAuatrla ofAustria
Austria preaching in the principal syna synagogue synagigu synagegue ¬
gogue severely condemned the sacrilege sacrilegecommitted sacrilegecommitted sacrilegecommitted
committed Sunday in the Sistine Chapel Chapelof
of the Vatican by Prof Feilbogen a Jew Jewhis Jewh Jewhis
his h wife and sisterinlaw when they theyspat theyspat theyspat
spat out the sacred wafers which had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been placed in their mouths by the Pope Popewho Popewho Popewho
who was administering adrnln ltering the holy com communion communion cornmunlon ¬
munion munionSpeaking munionSpeRktng munlonSpeaking
Speaking on behalf of all the rabbis of ofAustria ofAustria ofAustria
Austria he reminded his hearers that the theJews theJews theJews
Jews were taught tau bt to treat the sacred sacredceremonies sacradceremonies sacredceremonies
ceremonies of all religions with profound profoundreverence profoundreverence profoundreverence
reverence the Jewish religion declaring declaringthat declarIngthat declaringthat
that pious souls of all peoples and all allcreeds allcreeds allcreeds
creeds will share in eternal bliss blissSEARCH bllS5SEAROH blissSEARCH
Systematic Effort to Discover the theMlscrcnntR theJilscrenntft timeMiscreants
Miscreants JilscrenntftPhiladelphia MiscreantsPhiladelphia MlscrcnntRPhiladelphia
Philadelphia April 21 2 Aroused by the theattempts theattemptll theattempts
attempts of unknown persons to derail a aPennsylvania aPonnsYlvanl aPennsylvania
Pennsylvania express e vress train last night on ona ona
a high bridge over the trades of the theReading theRe theReading
Reading Re dlng road seventyfive Been e feet below belowrailroad belowndlroad belowrailroad
railroad detectives and the Montgomery MontgomeryCounty MontgomeryCounty MontgomeryCounty
County police began a systematic effort effortto offortto ofortto
to find the guilty persons personsThe personsTbo personsThe
The attempt is similar 51ml1 r to the one made madeon madeon madeon
on the Reading Railroad less than a aquarterof aquarteror a aquarterof
quarterof a mile away about six weeks weeksago weeksago weeksago
ago agoFollowing
Following close upon pon the riot of for foreigners foreIgners foreigners ¬
eigners In West Manayunk last Sunday Sundaynight Sundaynighf Sundaynight
night the residents and police alike are arelooking arelooking arelooking
looking to that quarter for or tho wreckers wreckersHUGHES wreckersHUGHES wreckersHUGHES
AntIKuml Ant igambling lIng Bills 13 Ills Will Probably ProlinulyBe
Be e Chief Feature Considered ConsideredAlbany ConllideredAlbany ConsideredAlbany
Albany April a IThe The call Il for the extra extrasession extrasession ttra ttrasession
session of the legislature was issued by byGov byGe by0ev
Gov Ge Hughes late this afternoon and was wasfiled wasfiled wastiled
filed with ith the secretary of state just be before before before ¬
fore ij oclock The call convenes the leg legislature legIsIaturo legIslature ¬
islature again on May 11 at SiO 90 p m mNothing mNethlng mNothing
Nothing is Stated stated in the theCormal formal call as asto asto asto
to the subjects which the governor is to torecommend torecommend torecommend
recommend to the legislature for its con consideration consideration consldoration ¬
sideration at this extra tra session and the thegovernor thegoernor thegovernor
governor tonight declined to indicate indicatewhat Indicatewhat lndioatewhat
what subjects be will recommend recommendIt
It Is Is of course safe to announce that thatthe thatUte thatthe
the antirace track gambling bills will be beOM beone
of the matters to be brought up again againfor againtor againfor
for actljn actljnWhile AcU acUnWhile n nWhile
While you think of it telephone your yourWant yourWant yourWant
Want Ad to The Washington Herald and andbill andbill andbill
bill will be sent you at 1 cent a word wor
< CopJTigt Cop T bht 1903 1 by b IIarri ltan1 hlarrligwtng hlarrligwtngSENATOR + EwU wtuJ wtuJSENATOR s sSENATOR
of Mar 111 land landDEFENDS I tndDEFENDS nd ndDEFENDS
Rayner Contends for Consti Constitution Constitution Oonstitution ¬
tution as Written WrittenVOICES lVrittenVQIOES WrittenVQICES
Demands that Further Encroach Encroachment BnClonchment Encroachmeat ¬
ment Upon flights Reserved to toCommonwealth toContUlonwea1tb toCommonwealth
Commonwealth l by y Federal P 1 ral Char Clmrtec Obnrter Charicr
tec lie Regi RelmeatodR ReRIcotchlfloundiy eoted Ronndly nntU Scores SCQrnScorctnr ScoresSecretary
Secretary Scorctnr of State Roots Root Dootrlue DootrlueVoicing DOQtrJueVoI DoqtrlneVntdng
Voicing VoI Ing the ancient principles prba of ftc ftcDemocratic tileD theDemocratic
Democratic D Uc party Senator Rawer RayestMaryland of ofMaryland ofiIar1laad
Maryland yesterday made mad a a1ft strong plea pleain ea eaIn
in the Senate for the inviolability InvlolablittOC invloIabIIIteC f the theConstitution QaeCoUtuUon theConstitution
Constitution and the limitation wfcfch lch It Itplaces Itlace Itplaces
places upon Federal encroachment on the therights thright therights
rights of the States StatesHis StateHie StatesHis
His remarks Mr Iteyner said 1 at t the theoutset th8outt theoutsot
outset were w not Intended to be used as ascampaign JMcampaJp ascampaign
campaign material mterI 1 and he hoped no such suchuse tMI11M suebuse
use would be made of t them His motive motivewas DaeUftwac motivewas
was simply to dear away if he hethe eaaU eaaUthe eoup eoupthe
the public misapprehension eba of the thetUde ai aitode k ktude
tUde of those who bo uphold the doctrine doetrtneeC doetrtneeCStats of ofState fJJtSta
State Sta rights rightsI rilhtllur riIstei
ur i I wilL wi1 therefore Mr r Bayaer RaJIWtIIItI conibv conibvtad cond condn6m
tad mW n6m W deAJ raa what I i mean by ItyrI1 byriibtn at atright
right > Democracy I mean mean this nothing nothingless ftoUalnrlea nothingless
less and nothing o more I mean that the therights thertglats therights
rights of the States ttes must be maintained maintainedinviolate ma1Dtal ma1Dtalinviolate maintainedInviolate
inviolate as intended by the trainers of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Constitution Con tltuUon that there the must muz > 1USt be no noperversion nopenemon noperversion
perversion of the delegated powers so 50to as asto asto
to strike down c the reservation to the theStates tbeStates theStates
States and that whatever rights the theStates tJMStatel theStates
States possess under the Constitution and andunder andunder andunder
under the amendments J must mu remain in intact latact intact ¬
tact and unimpaired until if ever the theConstitution eConeUtutioa theConstitution
Constitution should be changed by the thevoice theYoke thevoice
voice of the people according < to the themethods themethods them
methods m thodg that It provides es and the struc structure structure structore ¬
ture of our government should be divert diverted dfftrtad ¬
ed from rom it Jq present conception and de design de degn doalga ¬
sign gn
Chniifires Come Insidiously InsidiouslyUnconsciously JlulltIlouslyUuconselou InsidiouslyTiueorselousiy
Unconsciously Uuconselou l7 he said JeI the country is ispassing 15PAssing Lapassing
passing through a great citete 01 in consti constitutional constitutionah ¬
tutional tutl nal history As in all important gov governmental governmMt81 govermunental ¬
ernmental changes chang the besinrJng Inri were werealmost werewmost werealmost
almost unnoticeable u ftOt ClLhle But some day the theAmerican thtAmerloan theAmerican
American people would awake aak to the thefact thefact thefact
fact that the reserved rights of the theStates theStates theState5
States bad been reduced to a minimum minimumthat minimumthat
that the States have been shorn of their theirsovereign theirsovereign
sovereign functions and the whole wholestructure wholestructure wholestructure
structure of o the Constitution has been beenchanged beenchlUlged beenchanged
changed Then Tben startled they would wouldgrope woul4grope wouldgrope
grope ab aout alout out for a a way In which It all allcould allcould elicould
could be undone but it would be too late lateThe lateThe lateThe
The way to arrest arre t a radical attack attackupon atUickupon attackupon
upon our institutions I he said 18 is not notto notto notto
to wait until the edifice is crumbling crumblingbut crumblingbut crumblingbut
but to guard Its approaches and to pro protect protect protoot ¬
tect them at every point from the in invaders Invaders invadrs ¬
vaders touch The Supreme Court of ofthe oftho ofthe
the United States is not the forum with within WIthIn within ¬
in which to make the contest for consti constituUonal coDlltltuUonal constitutlonal
tuUonal rights rightsTaking rlghtTaklng rightsTaking
Taking it as a whole not in frag fragments fragments frkgmeats ¬
ments but as a unit I regard it in times timesgone timesgone timesgone
gone by and even at the present hour houras houras houras
as the bulwark of the Constitution The Thepower Thepower Thepower
power to set aside an act of Congress Congressby Con Congressby ees eesby
by declaring its legislation unconstitu unconstitutional unconstitutional uneonatitutional ¬
tional is one that was never intended intendedto
to be reposed in this tribunal by the theframers theframers theframers
framers of the instrument instrumentCongfresR JnstrumentCongrefls inatrumeuLCongress
Congress Should Decide DecideOne DeelfleOne DecideOne
One thing I contend for is that if ifthere Itthere ifthere
there is to lie any contest t for constitu constitutional CGnsUtuUonal constitutional ¬
tional rights we should not enact legis legislation legislation legislation ¬
lation here of doubtful validity v llcllty to be re remitted re remitted remittod ¬
mitted to the Supreme Court for Its Itsdetermination Itsdetermlr Itsdetermination
determination determlr atlon but here upon the floor floorof floorof floorof
of Congress is the place to make the thecontest thecont thecontest
contest cont st and while we are making it have haveit haveit haveit
it fully understood so 5 that there can canbe nbe canlQ
lQ be no mistake about what the contest contestmoans contestoons contestmoans
moans moansf oons oonst moansThe
f The storm center of the flght Mr MrRayner MrRftJner MrRayner
Rayner declared is the interstate com commerce commerce cornmorce ¬
merce clause of the th Constitution Those Thosewho Tholewho Thosewho
who object to the liberal interpretation interpretationof
of that clause now in vogue are told toldthat toldthat toldthat
that the Constitution grows and ex expands expands oxpanda ¬
pands with the country and that when whenthe wbenthe whenthe
the benighted authors authors of that document documentplaced documentplaced documentplaced
placed the commercial clause among its itsprincipal itsprincipal itsprincipal
principal provisions they failed to com comprebend C comaprehend m mprehend
prehend that commerce would eventually eventuallycomprise eventuallycomprise eventuallycomprise
comprise almost everything contained in inthe Inthe Inthe
the vocabulary vocabul lJ and that the right to toregulate toregulate toregulate
regulate It would mean the right to de destroy destroy dostroy
stroy it 1 the right to own the instru instrumentalities Instrumentalities instrumentalities ¬
mentalities that convey it to supervise supervisethe supervisethe supervisetime
the labor that Is engaged in its manu manufacture manufacture manufacturo ¬
facture to take jurisdiction over every everyplace ever everplace everyplace
place where it is produced and handled handledand handledand handledand
and the arbitrary right without restraint restraintor
or limit to control and circumscribe it itfrom itfrom Itfrom
from the time that it makes msk its appear appearance appearance appearance ¬
ance as the raw material of the earth earthuntil earthuntil earthuntil
until the finished product is landed in inthe Inthe inthe
the place of its ultimate destination destinationGIre destinationGITes destinationtGives
Gives Instances in Point PointThe PointThe PointThe
The Senator then proceeded to give a anumber anumber anumber
number of Illustrations intended to show showwhat s siow siowwhat ow owwhat
what the doctrine of State rights Is and andhow andhow andhow
how far fllr the intention of the Constitu Constitution Constitution Constitution ¬
tion had boon bco perverted d to the Injury InjuryContinued injuryContinued InjuryContinued
Continued on Page 7 Column 3 3ItK 3Ita 3It
ItK Ita It Not Only On1 Safer lint More MoreProfitable tIoreProfitable MoreProfitable
Profitable to keep your our surplus money In Inbanking InbankIng Inbanking
banking department of Union Trust Co Co15th Co15th Co15th
15th and H sts st IntereKt Intt > rt t on all accounts accountssubject accountsubJ accountseubjct
subject ubJ t to check Government control
Investigators Iu vestigators Crossexamine CrossexamineDiscoverer Crossexanl CiossexamiiieDiscoverer ll llDiscoverer
Discoverer of Scandal ScandalSECEETAEY ScandalSECRETARY ScandalSECRETARX
Says nJs He Not Lilley Wrote the theStrange theStrange theStrange
Strange Letters LettersLawyers LettersLln7erl LettersLawyers
Lawyers on Special Probing Com Committee Commlttec Cornuhittec ¬
mittee Get Started and Int Author Authorof Authorof Authorof
of Famous Resolution Under Se Severe Seere Scyore ¬
yore ere Crossexamination Mlley MlleyDenies Lnl LnlDenies 1AIlo 1AIloDenies
Denies IloKponsibility for Lcttcris LcttcrisCriticising JcttcrllCrlt1clslnS LetternCriticising
Criticising Members of the house HonaeThe louDeJ louDeThe houseThe
The submarine scandal al took another anotherbrisk JUIOtJterbrisk anotherbrisk
brisk turn yesterday when the House Houseinvestigating Houseinvestigating 16 16Inv08t1pUn
investigating committee caKed Repre Representative Representative Reprosentattve ¬
sentative George L LUtey WIe of Connecti Connecticut COftnect1cut Connecticut ¬
cut cut to account The committee COIIUIdU felt the thestring thesLPlng thestring
string of f criticisms and innuendoes that thathave thathave thathave
have been cast in letters and newspaper newspaperarticles newapaper8r newspaperarticles
articles 8r for which Mr liltiy LUIey was bald re responsible re respoasfltle yesponelbie ¬
sponsible sponsibleNo spoasfltleNo sponelbieNo
No effort was made de by the gttUemen gttUemenof IM IMof
of the committee to conceal tfetfr views viewsof vleVof viewsof
of air 1h Lilleys conduct and they 1M went wentafter wentafter wentafter
after him as only 011I lawyers swyen can in I a half halfday baitday halfday
i day of m grilling gr ltag examination Chairman ChairmanBouteR CbaIImUBoutell ChairmanBout
BouteR Bout WS outspoken U aa in deehmng d Jtllt it was wasthe wqthe wasthe
the pnqpoe of the committee to run down downrumor dowRfWftOII downrumors
rumor that have been spread s reflecting reflectingon <
on the committee CGUS and every eve member ber of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the House of Representatives RepresentativesTha
Tile ir Ire ef tb UN committee wa was u moat moataroused Molt MoltaroU1llC1 aioofaroused
aroused by two letters and a telegram tclegnmtbat telegramthat tctogremthat
i that have emanated from Mr r LOfeyg of office offtce offlee ¬
flee in Washington Mr LiUey took refuge refugeby ret1IIeb refugeby
by b denying the authorship of on letter letteror Jet letteror r ror
or knowledge of it It though uo his hJasIped name was wasstaved wassigned
staved to it It It referred to the COMmittee committee commit committee ¬
tee in contemptuous oontempt mtemptuot terms termsHe ternHftlUlfd termsHe
He HftlUlfd paased the responsibility bl1ity for it to the theshoulders eIbouklen theshoulders
shoulders of Benjamin Webster W his 11I1 11I1Kr young youngsecretary youngsecretary
secretary Mr Webster eNter was waantat right there thereand tbereaMI thereand
and stood by his employers statement He Hahad HeMd Hebad
had written the letter and andA signed his em employers emi4oi ¬
ployers name As A for the telegram telegramwhich tekwramwlaleb teIermwhich
which wa WM wild and wide of the mark markMr markXI markMm
Mr Webster W had sent that to Mr hAlley LiUeyt hAlleyas
as t a matter of duty ut in order orderto to keep him himtetertned hllIIA himtrmM
tetertned A newspaper clipping < was m mtta lit litotlt hiItsve
tta Itsve otlt > the U eneaUonal dispatch tcb tcbtile and andthe andthe
the committee eoJ e held an Impression that that3te tbtItote thatthe
the whole Itote thing was of a piece pieceA pieceA
A 4 Day Dn of Revelations RevelationsYtMLltar Revoln RevelationshIh4ar tlon tlonWIle
YtMLltar hIh4ar WIle e one of revelations IM Some Somethin sm smtb1n ome omething
thing thin ww tijIodi exptoaia ewy tsfcrat It Itwaa rtwu Itwas
was like Ilk the last act of a play when the theplot theplot
plot tt 1 bete unfolded The testimony testimonyof 1
of Abner X I Neff N8 < of the Lake Torpedo TorpedoCompany TerpedoCoaapuY Torpedocompany
Company had added to his productions productionsfor
for Mr halley a a resolution Introduced Introducedby Introdueeclby introducedby
by Mr Lilley Lnle in the House on February lIebruar7I
27 and written by Mr Neff February JebruuyThW 3L 21 21I
1 Thbr additional ItIOnaI testimony of f Mr Nell Nefiunintentionally NellunhateDdonaII7 Neffunintentionally
unintentionally deprived Mr Lilley of ofthe oCtbe ofthe
the authorship of the last document In Inthe 1ntIM Inthe
the case bearing on his h charge char eL All Allthat Antbat Allthat
that have ve gone before were Mr NefTz NefTzproductions Netr NetrJnNIuctkms Netfaproductions
productions or had emanated from his hisoffice hisoince
office 0 It brought the date of establish establishment eMabUlbt establishmesa ¬
mesa t of activity adJvU toward an Investiga Investigation inveti invetilion tlp tlpUOn ¬
lion outside of Mr LUtey to within one oneday onec
day c of the date of his famous resolution resolutionwhich neoI1ItIOnYhJeIl resolutionwhich
which was u Introduced < m In the House H 1IM Feb February February Pebmary ¬
ruary maryFpllowtng aft aftFollowing JDFOUowtnl
Following this development pment Mr Lilley Lilleywas LilleyWIll hAlleywas
was forced to defend clef himself from swear swearing swearIn swearbig ¬
big to papers that hitched up with the theNeff theNeff theNeff
Neff resolution and complicated eOmpltcated his testi testimony telltimoy testimony ¬
mony by 0 jy saying ayJD he offered the written writtenevidence wrtttenO1deBCe writtenovitlence
j evidence without having read 1WUI1t 1WUI1tSearehlnS K KSearching itSearching
j Searching the shadows for the author authOrot authorof j jof
of the th anonymous letter to Frank L LSdinborough L LEdtnborough Ldinborough
Sdinborough of Michigan one of the themystical themlttteal themystical
mystical signs of a spectral hand that thatsupported tMt8Upportec1 thatsupported
supported Mr Lllieys LDler charges c five days daysbefore danbetore daysbefore
before he made them them publicly publici or private privately privately privateIy ¬
ly the committee eommltt was w informed by Bell Beajamin Belljamln BenJamin
jamin Webster Mr Liller Lill y secretary secretarythat secretarythat retarJ retarJthat
that he had written a letter to Mr Bdta Bdtaborotigfa BdIDboroup Edluborough
borough not the anonymous letter letterthough letterthough letterthough
though but a letter Jetter signed Smith mlth This Thiswas TIdaWaS Thiswan
was merely a letter of o inquiry but it italso Iti italso
i also concerned Representative Loud Loudagainst Loudagainst
against whom the anonymous letter letterbrought letterr letterbrought
r brought a charge cbar of graft graftJshndows graftShadows aft aftSlInI101s
Jshndows Shadows Grow Deep DeepHere DocpHere DeepHere <
Here the shadows deepened for the thecommittee thecommlltee thecommittee
committee was convinced as all followers followersof folio folioor
of the testimony were convinced that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the trail of the anonymous M letter writer writerled wrlt l1t l1tled r rled
led a AlY vjy ty from Mr Webster and Its Itsmarkings Itsmarkings ta tamarkings
markings all but identified another man manOne maaOne manOne
One of the committee remarked that the thephantom tlMphantom thephantom
phantom figure that has lent the interest interestof Inter Interof Interestof
of mystery to the investigation InvMtl tlon writer of ofanonymous ofanonymous ofanonymous
anonymous letters and user of Mr Neils Neilstypewriter Nastypwriter Neffstypewriter
typewriter for their production would be beknown beknown beknown
known within fortyeight hours hoursOne hOuriOne hoursOne
One 9f f the exhibits for which Mr MrLiiley MrLilley MrLilley
Lilley was put on the rack WItS was a tele telegram telegram telegrain ¬
gram of March Tarct 94 1 sent Mr Lilley on a atrain atrain atrain
train as he was returning muntin from Connecti Connecticut Connecticut Connecticut ¬
cut by his secretary seeretar Benjamin Webster Websterwhich WebBterwhich Websterwhich
which said Boutell Bout ell Olmsted Rothermel Rothermelam1 Bothermeland Rothermeland
and Rodenberg had bought tickets for forXow forOV forNow
Now OV London on the 4 oclock train trainCoupled trainCoupled trainCoupled
Coupled with this was w a clipping cltppln from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the Bridgeport BrId port Standard for March Marchwhich J Jwhich 5 5which
which stated that it was reported around aroundthe aroundthe aroundthe
the corridors of the Capitol that Boutell BoutellOlmsted BoutellOlmated Bontellleft
Olmsted Rothermel and Rodenberg hat ha4 ha4left
left Washington the day before for New NewLondon NewLondon Ne NeLondon
London for the purpose of bringing brln n politi political political ¬
cal influence Intluene to bear on Mr hAlley LllIe to stop stopthe stopth stopthG
the th submarine investigation investigationNext IneetlpUobNext investigationNext
Next a letter was Va held up signed signedGeorge al8nedGeorge aignedGeorge
George L hAlley and directed to George GeorgeW GeorgeV GeorgeW
W V Goft of Bast Harrington Harrln ton Conn in inwhich Inwhich inwhich
which the writer states that tte commit committee committee committee ¬
tee have already demonstrated cl their in intention IntenUon Intentlon ¬
tention to apply the whitewash whitewpm brush brushwhenever bMJAbwhen brushwhenever
whenever when over they can Therefore it Is safe safeto sarIto safeto
to assume that very er little will be brought broughtout broochtout broughtout
Wrath Is Stirred StirredThere SUrrcf1There StirredThere
There was more to stir the wrath of ofthe oCtho ofthe
the gentlemen of the committee which whichhas whichhas whichhas
has got Into the public prints and the thecommittee thecommittee thecommittee
committee was particularly p rtfcular11 exercised erdled over overa oVtr oVtra overa
a letter that Mr hAlley had sent to the theSecretary theSecretary theSecretary
Secretary of the Navy Victor Vl tor H Metcalf Metcalflast Metcalflast Metcalflast
last September which put Representative RepresentativeRoberts RepresentativeRobert RepreoentativRobert
Robert of Massachusetts under suspi suspicion suspicIon suspidon ¬
cion in these words wordsAs wordsAs wordsAs
As for the attitude of the House to toward townrd toward ¬
ward Sir Roberts argument nobody lis listened 11 11toned hgtoned ¬
toned to it when it was made Among Amongthe Amongthe Amongthe
the wellmeaning members of Congress Congressthe Congressthe Congressthe
the Lake people have ha va more friends be because because beCaUse ¬
cause they never employed the methods methodsof
of the Holland type people peopleMr peopleMr peopleMr
Mr LHtey I llty disclaimed l responsibility r on5ibmty for forthe forthe forthe
the telegram or the letter to Goff Both
wore the th productions of his secretary secretarymade socrotaIfMd secretarymade
made fMd on his own initiative initiativeYes InIUatleYe initiativeYes
Yes Ye I wrote the letter lett r and signed Mr MrLUleyj lIrLItJ MrLiileys
LUleyj LItJ name to it it and Mr dr r Lilley knew knewnothing knawftotlt knewnothing
nothing ftotlt about it it Mr Ir Webster declared declaredI declaredstoutly declaredstoutly
I stoutly stoutlyThis stoutlyThla V VThis
This letter east a a reflection re eelion on every everymember evryme everymember
member me of the utJIou House of Representatives RepresentativesYou
You have known kn fn of the existence 8Xist of the theletter theletter theletter
letter for a month said 141 Chairman Bon Bontell Boutell liontell
tell severely addressing a clre tftS Mr Liiley Have Haveyou Ha Hayou Haveyou
you recalled it have you rou ou repudiated it iteither iteIther iteither
either to this committee or on the floor floorof floorof floorof
of the th House HouseMr Houler HoulerMr HouseMr
Mr Lilley said ho would withdraw It ItIt ItIt It ItIt
It was not a Question of withdrawal the themembers theJneMbors theniembors
members of the committee seemed to con conclude oonelude conelUde ¬
elude with one accord accordi
i I disclaim it then said Mr Lilley LilleyMcXIHLEY LilleyMcKIliLEY hAlleYMcKINLEY
Clinton CrutOnReHlclencc Residence of Martyred Pres President President PresIdent ¬
ident to De e Transferred to Bishop BishopOanton Dlt Bishopanton < hop hopCAnton
CAnton Ohio April I Announcement Announcementwas AJlaou eement eementwas
was made today that the home of the thelat thelate thelate
lat late President William McKinley Is to tobecome tobeeoMe tobecome
become a Catholic hospital The Th an announcement anftOUnceDlent annornicemont
nouncement was made on behalf of Mrs MrsRosa MrsRosa IrI IrIno
Rosa Kloror Kior r who purchased the home a afew 8few afew
few weeks ago for 21fM 21fMMuch 1 1MuCh lMuch
Much comment has been aroused ar as to tothe tothe tothe
the use to which Mrs Klorsr widow of ofa orwealdly ofa
a wealthy manufacturer was is to put the theMcKlnley theMeKln1ey theMcKinley
McKinley borne ome when she obtained obtahl d it itafter itafter Itafter
after the plan to make the house a Mc McKinley Mo MoKlnley Mohusley
Klnley memorial wag wa abandoned abandonedIt
It was said today that the property propertywill propertyWill propertywilt
will be transferred immediately to Right BightRev RightRev RightRev
Rev Ignatius F Horstman bishop of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Diocese of Cleveland of the Catholic CatholicChurch CatboUoChure CatholicChurch
Church and will be made a a hospital hospitaliRfflSHGETOURFLAG ho hospitalBRITISH pltal pltalBRITISH
Former American Donor of ofChesapeake ofChesapeake ofChesapeake
Chesapeake Emblem EmblemTROPHY EmblemTROPHY EmblemTROPHY
William ll1lnll1 Waldorf Astor Presents PresentsPins PresentFlag PresentsFlag
Flag Captured in War Var of 1SJ2 1SJ2to 181 181to 1812to
to Royal United Services Museum MuKonniVino 3lu8oumbo MuseumAlso
Also bo the Bugle on VIiicJi Ilicb Was TVaaSonnded WasSounded a aSounded
Sounded Charge of Light Brigade BrigadeLondon DrlgndeLoJIdcNa BrigadeLondon
London April S3wniiam Waldorf WaldorfAatoc Waldorfteet WaldorfatOr
Aatoc atOr has presented teet to the Royal United UnitedServices UJakIClServIca UnitesServices
Services Museum K the flag of the Amen America Ameneaa Asserten ¬
eaa ca frigate Chesapeake captured by the theBritish UteDriUah theBritish
British frigate Shannon St1a31n0n on n June 1 mi mithe JIthe 3112the
the bugle on which according to ac accepted Be BeceptM accepted ¬
cepted tradition trac Oli the order for the charge chargeof
of the Light Brigade was sow aouraded ded < at atthe Atlb atthe
the lb battle of Batekiava BalaJdava on October er as asifi4 1the
ifi4 and the medals of et Trumpet Maj SlajJoy MaJJoy MajJ
Joy J J who sounded adeA the tbe tb charge chargeThte cMgelIte chargeThis
This to tantamount 1aJa to a a gift to the thea4o tJMU theaadou
U a4o m I he ma tt ai r pFrtaa ltI ltIIt ppe ppeei by byts
ts ei eiit >
It will be rtttt rrfled tftt tMtat tfa tk tkSW trepWee trepWeewere
were SW sold IO at auction OR January Jalltlalywen 9 > and andwere andwere
were purchased by Mr Partridge who whoIt wb wbIt whoIt
It was rumored ru was CommIssIoned by byan hran 11 11an
an American collector Many Iaay regrets regretswere regretswere regretswere
were then expressed at their su suto supposedIces supposed supposedloss
loss to Great Britain BritainWeekend BrItaincekcnt1 BritainWeekend
Weekend cekcnt1 Allrail Service Serviceto
to Cape 3I JIEunIn Msy y yBSS
Express BSS trains leaving 1ea Union Station StationWashington StationWashington
Washington via Pennsylvania Railroad Railroadat
at 1Z30 p p m Saturdays Saturda and 1239 a a m mSundays mSunda inSundays
Sundays Sunda connect in Broad Street Station StationPhiladelphia
Philadelphia with fast trains to Cape CapeMay Capelay
May lay over the Delaware River Bridge All Allrail Allratl Allrail
rail Rout Ntew milliondollar Hotel Cape CapeMay CapeMay
May hi now open openGRANTS openGRANTS openGRANTS
Remain Romn I I of SuicIde Clalnnan Picked PickedUp PickedUp PickedUp
Up in Hampton Roads RoadsNorfolk RondlNorfolk RoadsNorfolk
Norfolk Va April 21 DThe The body ofi ofiCharles of ofCJaarJe ofCharles
Charles Adrian Grant a welknown club clubman dubman clubman
man of Washington Baltimore and andChariottesvUle AD4ChariotteavUle andChrlottesvllle
ChariottesvUle Va who committed eel suicide sujckSe eeldde ¬
cide by b Jumping from a Baltimore steamer teameron
on the morning of April rli U 1J wag ws found foundtoday foUlMltoday foundtoday
today off Bug light by the government governmenttugboat governmenttugboat onmmentt
tugboat t t Reno and towed tow to Fort Monroe MonroeThe MonroeThe MonroeThe
The body will be sent to Charlottesville CharJoUesvilleand CharlotteavtUeand
and then to Loudoun County Va Va for in interment Interment Intorment ¬
terment termentMANY termentMANY tormentHANY
Adjournment of New ew York Lejjlsln Lejjlslntnre Lehilnture Legislalure
lure Leaves Governor Busy BusyAlbany Du DuAlbeay BusyAlbany
Albany April 21 SThe The adjournment of ofthe o otbe ofthe
the legislature I ture today leaves MS il thirty thirtyday thirtyday thirtyday
day bills bill for the consideration cOft of Gov GovHughes Gov GovHupes GovHughes
Hughes So far this year y the governor governorhas IOVernorb governorhas
has b signed ISO measures Last year Nr when whenthe wbeAthe whenthe
the legislature I twe adjourned there had been beeni beenMT
567 bills signed by Gov Hughes Hu hos and he hehad hehad hehad
had remaining for consideration con ideraUon during duringthe duringthe duringthe
the thirtyday period about m bills The Theregular Thereplar Th Thregular
regular session of the legislature l1Ire last lastyear Jutyear lestyear
year however did not adjourn until untilJuly uAtllJuly untilJuly
July 21 21Last 21IA8t 21 21Last
Last year the governor signed S07 3O of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the thirtyday bills and the total ness number Dumber nessher ¬
ber of laws of 1MT was w Til This latter latternumber latternumber latternumber
number of new laws was the result of ofsome otSOQ8 oflottie
some 1100 bills sent to the th governor the theremainder thereahad theremainder
remainder reahad r over the 714 E which the gov governor soYernor goventer ¬
ernor signed including all those which whichwere wbtcl1were whichwore
were recalled by the legislature and andvetoed andetoed andvetoed
vetoed by the governor governorThis governorThis vernor vernorTbta
This year there were about 4000 000 bills billsintroduced bll bllIntrGdueerd WIleIntroduced
introduced In the two branches bnwc of o the thelegislature thelectelature thelegislature
legislature there th re being helD 2850 in the assem assembly Ulembly assembly ¬
bly and LIDO 1 I in the senate but the ten tendency tendency tendency ¬
dency has been not to pass so many manymeasures manymeIUIurcs manymeasures
measures meIUIurcs and thus many less than last lastyear Jutyear lastyear
year were sent to the governor governorOf governoror governorOf
Of the SOB thirtyday bills bills 1W U are in inthe Intbe Inthe
the chamber awaiting the governors governorsaction gGernorsACtion governorsaction
action and the remainder are AI either still stillin 3tIUIn stillin
in the hands of the clerks of the senate senateor senateor senateor
or assembly 88II waiting to be entered up or orin orIn orin
in the hand of local authorities of cities citiesfor dtlftfor citiesfor
for approval l or rejection by municipali municipalities munlclpaUties munlelpallties ¬
ties tiesJust tiesJult tiesJust
Just as the assembly was about to toadjourn toadjourn toadjourn
adjourn some one proposed ed three cheers cheersfor cheersfor cheersfor
for Gov Hughes Hu The response re pon was wasstorm a astorm astorm
storm of groans and hisses h The band bandcame bandme bandcame
came me to the rescue with Hall to the theChief tMChief the1hIef
Chief and the assembly laughed de derisively derl8lveiY donaively ¬
naively In the senate an interesting IntereaUngept IntereaUngeptlOde epi episode ep epa ¬
lOde a de was Gradys Grad valedictory valedictoryCAPT valedictoryCAPTSMILEY alfl4lctoIOAPT
It was as announced at the War Depart Department DepartIIteOt Departmeet ¬
meet yesterday ye that Capt Samuel E ESmiley E ESIIl BStulley
Smiley SIIl q of the Fifteenth United States StatesInfantry StateaInfantry StatesInfantry
Infantry stationed at Fort Douglas Utah Utahhas Utahhu Utahhas
has been ordered to this city to succeed succeedMaj succeedMaj succeedMaj
Maj Lloyd M Brett as adjutant general generalof gonetlLlof generalof
of the District militia nttUUaCapt ulliltiaCapt militiaCapt
Capt Smiley Smile is an old personal rsonal frtend frtendof frtndor frindof
of Gen Harries and has many friends friendsat friendsat friendsat
at the War Department He has ha had an anactive tmm tmmactive
active military career and has proved provedhis provedhis provedhis
his worth and efficiency efficiencyCapt efflcienclCapt efficienc3Capt I
Capt Smiley will report here for duty dutyMay dutyMay dutyMay
May L 1
former President Remains EemainsI
I V at Lakewood Hotel HotelWIFJBISSDES HotelvVIF HotelWIFEISSIJES
Fear FearExjsts Exists that tliatlLjieuuiajco tliatlLjieuuiajcoMay EheumaticGf Rhcu UltiCGout UltiCGoutllay out outMay
May Reach the Heart HeartSage HeartSnle HeartSage
Sage of Princeton Also Suffers from fromAcnte fromAcute from fromAcute
Acute Indigestion IndJgestlonJlcclJeine Medicine Said to toHe toDe toBe
He of JVo Use In HI 1118 Case OaseOnly OaseOnlySt CaseOnlyStiiimnlanta Only OnlyStimulants
St Stimulants AdiiiinlMtcrod Xnrsea XnrseaConstantly lur VurseaConstantly e eConHtantlr
Constantly Attend ttend IlimPhyslclans IlimPhyslclansHurriedly IIIUIPhy hIntPhysicIanslturricdl lolana lolanaHurried
Hurriedly Hurried Recalled from New oewYork oewYorkLakowood YesvlorkLftkowood York YorkLakmrood
Lakmrood N J April 23 Dx Mnt Grew GrewCleveland QcewrCleveland GroverCleveland
Cleveland issued J a short shtltlltatem statement nt to tonight toJllght tonight ¬
night in reply to qoeattoiw from a news newspaper newsp newspaper ¬
paper p per correspondent in which she said saidMr eaidMr saidMr
Mr Cleveland fa doing nicely and andthere andther8JS andthere
there ther8JS is no eaus uSe for alarm of any kind kindI kin kinI
I shall shalt probably prebd issue a a statement fia ment to th thpress the thepre thepress
press s tomorrow morning about Mr MrClevelands MrClevelands Ir IrCJ
CJ Clevelands velands condition conditionFormat COIWIItfoaPorDMlY conditionFornerPreskjent
Format FornerPreskjent President Cleveland was report reported r reportad ort orted ¬
ed this afternoon to be in a dangerous dangerouscondition dangero1Mcondition dangerouscondition
condition at the Lakewood Hotel HotelHe HotelHe HotelHe
He began sinking two days cia ago and andthe andtho andthe
the physicians attending atteBdtlllm him are fearful fearfulat fearfulthat
at the rheumatic gout and acute indi indigestion Indlg mdigestlon ¬
gestion g tIon from which be has been suffering sufferingfor ButtertAttir sufferingfor
for two months will w reach his heart In Inwhich Inwhleh inwhich
which ease the th result would prove fatal fatalto fatalto fatalto
to him himDr himDr himDr
Dr Joseph p D Bryant of New York Yorkwho Ykwho Yorkwho
who has been coming to Lakewood Lakewoodon Lakewoodonalternate on onalternate onalternate
alternate days for a week and who whocalled was wascalled wascalled
called here last aa1 night t in a hurry said to today to today today ¬
day that there was no medicine ot o other otherthan r rthan rthaa
than the stimulant which are being een eemstanUy eenstantiy 11 11atanUy
stantiy administered that will benefit beni Mr MrCleveland MrCleveland r rCleveland
ClevelandnrHcs Cleveland
Nurses nrHcs Attend Him HimWith Iltmvth HimWith
With vth the former Preahhmt are yks yksCleveland JrrsClev fr frCleveland
Cleveland Clev ad two professional aonsH aonsHDr ausessDr s sDr
Dr Gaudiaier laJer the hotel physicta pbya1c wns wnshi 1mSIa wnsin
hi attendance for a a day or 0 two whoa 1 h hJIa4 le leball e ehad
had to leave Lakewood to take up i ipractice Es Espractice
practice to New York The hotel hotelo was misofficially wasO
o officially ICIahIy dosed Monday but Dr Bryant Bryanttold BrJanttold Bryanttold
told Manager Barry that it would ouIdhe ouIdheIDOIt i imost te temost
most dangerous du ro1Ml to attempt to move the thedistinguished thedlBUngulshed thedistinguished
distinguished sufferer and an Mr and Mr MrCleveland s sCleveland
Clev Cleveland laDd will stay there until he is ftt sbl sblto > lc lcto 1cto
to leave There are only one or two twoother tvOother twoother
other guests In the hotel hotelMr hotelMr
Mr Cievehmd CIe came me to Lakewood flout fjMUtsbe floutlftets V
sbe wwks SBP suffering rl with the rfctu rfctunaOe Jtatumau rhemnmaUC
naOe mau gout and the fedJgeatfaN at1on he iiechange heeUa hethaae
change eUa thaae 8 seamed sIemodto to io1tINftt benefit him him and h h8 h8tW hOhu hOhuiirt jhi jhiprewif
prewif astJafaetoriii tW etdy1W Ibr a month He Hepassed Hebirthday Bepsnse
passed psnse hft b seventyfirst birthday in inspirits good goodpiriti Jd Jda
spirits a and apparently steadily IltedU Inv impwving Invlag lmevlug
lag lagI
I Loses Sixty Pounds PoundsAbout PounelsA1 PoundsAbout
About out two weeks ago however ha be began belfIlA began ¬
gan to grow weaker and every change changesince c cdace changeiiice
since iiice has been for the worse Two TwoSO days daysago daysego
ago SO he had a bad sinking stn spelt paH and aDtraUled has kasrallied hasrallied
rallied but little since Weighing g gpouDds IN INpounds Iiipounds
pounds when he came to Lakewood he henow henow henow
now weight w only OftlyY onlyYesterday SN SNYesterday
Yesterday Y tenJa7 afternoon Mrs llrswent Cts Cievetad Cievetadwent eand eandwent
went to Princeton to see their ehfldmi eIdYNabut eblithesibut ehfldmibat
but had scarcely reached her home e when whenshe wheftshe whenshe
she was telephoned by her brnurse busadsnurse bastHUtffs bastHUtffsnurse
nurse to return at once She bad an a ex express IXIeIM cxprom ¬
press train stop for her Dr Bryant Dr was wasalso wuaL wasalso
also aL telephoned for and left on the ant ftrsttrain anttram listtrain
train H H5 returned to New York this thismorning thismorJda thismorth
morning morth but cane back to Lakewood this thisafternoon UWIafternoon thisafternoon
afternoon afternoonMr afternoonII afternoonMr
Mr Clevelands apartments are in the thesouthwest tbesouthwest thesouthwest
southwest wing of the big hotel aotet and he hegets heItns begets
gets both the morning and afternoon sun sunlight SUAlight sunlight ¬
light and the breeaes from the tle pines pinesthrough pinesthrough pinesthrough
through his windows He spends the thetime thetime thetime
time either in bed or in an invalids mva cr chair alrDr chairDr chairDr
Dr Bryant said tonight that Mr Cleft Clevelands CleftJanel Glovelands ¬
lands Janel condition was excellent and that thatthe tJaatthe thatthe
the reason he remained at the hotel was wasthat wuthat wasthat
that it i was the best place placeCor for him himPOPE himPOPE himPOPE
Ilin lh1 Holiness Weeps as lie Blesses BlessesFeverstricken nle BlcaesFeertrIcIcen 5ea 5eaFecrfitrlclcn
Feverstricken Poor of Rome RomeRome RomeRome ROmeRome
Rome April 23 IThe The Pope today gave gavean pv pva gaysan
an a audience in the Ducal RaH of the theVatican tIaeVatJean theVaticin
Vatican to toI I UK feveratrtcken Cever rtcken < half halfstarved haUstarved baitstarved
starved peasants from the Roman Cam Campagna Campa Campagim
pagna pagnaHie pa pagimhis
his holiness 11011 made a a speech to thorn thornexpressing t teXlKes themexpresolag
expressing eXlKes I affection for the poor andJowly and an4owl saidlowly
lowly owl and promising them financial help helpto Jlilpto helpto
to relieve their miseries The peasants peasantscheered PEUQucheered pesimatscheered
cheered and wept The Pope WM wa so somoved soJDovM soaloved
moved by their gratitude that ha wept weptwhile weptwhile weptwhile
while he was blessing them themMRS tbemMRS themMRS
Widow 1clow of Maryland State Senator SenatorPasses SenatorPnules SenatorPasses
Passes Away at Grnntville GrnntvilleSfxcfcd GrnnhUlcSIJedIl GrantvllleSirnisi
Sfxcfcd to The Wadriogtan W HaraU ILCumMrland flnelLCumberland HaraUCumberland
Cumberland Md April 31 31Mis Mrs Mar Margaret Marret Margaret ¬
garet ret Cross Gettj Gett seventylive widow of ofState ofState ofState
State State Senator William R Getty of Gar Garrett Garrett Garrett
rett County died last night at Grantsville GrantsvilleGladys GrantsvilIeGIaf1S GrantavilleG1a1ys
Gladys GIaf1S aged five fty daughter of C 0 0Shepherd OShepherd 0Shepherd
Shepherd of BeUngton W Va yesterday yesterdayate
ate strychnine tablets tabl which her mother motherhad motherhad motherhad
had been taking as medicine and died in inless illless inless
less than an hoar hoarAt boIarAt hoerAt
At the municipal munlcl convention at a Midland Midlandlast MidlandIst Mldlandnight
last night William Phillips and William WilliamClose WUUamCiOH WilliamClose
Close the latter a judge of the Orphaaa OrphaaaCourt OrphantCourt OrphansCourt
Court were nominated for mayor mayorThe mayorThe mayorThe
The annual municipal primary held at atLonaconing atLonaCoftJng atLonadoning
Lonaconing last lastnlght night in which 239 voters votersparticipated votersparticipated voterspnrttciitd
participated resulted in the r nomination renomlnat renominationof nominationof oll ollof
of wnilam Thompson for mayor for an aneleventh aneleventh aneleventh
eleventh term without opposition oppositionArchibald oppcMdUonrelllhnll oppositionArnhtlrnld
Archibald C Haynes a Bankrupt BankruptNew BankruptNew nnkruptNew
New York April 23AJchlbald Archibald O OHaynes eHaynes CHaiites
Haynes the wellknown life Insurance Insuranceagent Insuranceasent insuranceagent
asent agent who was with the Equitable for formany fotmany formany
many years and was president of tho thoMutual th thMutual thohietuel
Mutual Reserve Life when it went Inu Inuthe Int Intthe iritthe
the bands of receivers in February has hasni hasftJ ha haflied
ni flied d a petition in bankruptcy His Hi lia liabilities lIabllit1 habullies ¬
bllit1 bullies are re S1iC621 17 178621 i21 exclusive of the claim claimagainst claimagpln claimagainst V
against agpln t him of the Equitable Life which whichis whichIs whichIs
is estimated at between bet 900090 000 and 800 800m 800Lumbr 800 200Lunmbr 800eco
LnmlKr Trout I fa Hit HitOmaha lIitOmaha lIltOmaha
Omaha Nebr April 23 The Nebraska NebraskaSupreme NebraskjSdpreme ebraska ebraskaStlpreme
Supreme Court today rendered a de decision d dcision docision ¬
cision which will knock out tho lumber lumhertrust i1Jmhertrust lumbertrust
trust in this Stat A number of Ne Nebraskg Ne NebraskQ Nehrask3
braskg firms were found guilty of agree agreeing agreeing agreelag ¬
ing on prices and are enjoined from con continuing conUnulD1 eonUnuing ¬
tinuing the practice

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