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Presidentelect at Notable Ban Banquet Banquet Banuet
quet uet at atAtlanta atAtlantaSWEET Atlanta AtlantaSWEET AtlantaSl
Regulation R ation Befohdewah Plan Planlion Hanta Hantation Plantation
tion Barbecue Dished UpGresDemand TTp
Demand for Tiokets to Hear Taf TafDiscuss
Discuss the Status of the federal federalOficeholders FederalOfficeholders Fede FedeOfficeholders raI raIer
Officeholders In Future lt e
Mast 1 3 st > st Be of High Character CharacterWork fnaraoterWOlik Charaot CharaotWork < er
Work of Constitution Outlined OutlinedAttenia o OutlinedA RtlinedA
A Attenia IrIIta Ge GL J Jar 1 1 Za S a speech bar bartoaig aere aeretcirigtt ere eret e
tcirigtt t toaig DIgfit > la st one of the Meet aetafefe a + tabie tabieeue0a b 1Mut 1MutQVeta a aqttftta
qttftta war beta la th die so South Judge Judgeserved TaU Tafserved TaUSlM6d Taft
served aodee on the IIOf profeMfaval R Bbeet Bepuv BepuvMeen RJieIm
beet oSfcefcoidcr of tta U t part et f tfce tfcecountry ueCOtIIItty + e ecouairy
country that their tJMIrtIt day Is ever everSe eHetire er erBe
Se made it clear to the thewbe m MIxbo Southerners SouthernersTrho
Trho sat about i him that the theperky Rep HepobBcaa HepobBcaaparty 11 CAli CAlipa
party pa would BO longer be ma te the themerely Sooth Soothmerely udamerety Seathswlil
merely for the cenvendoR votes ityield It wffi wffiyield wIDyield
yield but thai there would be a sincere sincereeffort 31Dce1eEfort slicereffort a
effort to appeal to t o the th e pcogresstre KeglilllhesutetaDdai prs6rsaahesubstasrdli and andsubstantial
substantial pert sf the caamnaKy corragadtyThe caamnaKyThe r 7 7The
The Atlanta A dteaer had big been her beralded heralded hefaided
alded in the aewapapers bocauoe or Mr MrTuffs Mrlfts it itT s
Tuffs T cfts expt expressed ex + eiEed desire that he ht torite served servedvitt ne4Tit
Tit peinuat aad sweet sweetllOtatels po potatoes zteed He Hehad Heha 11 C Chad
ha had both to profusion pr with perstenoa pem pemrP perstenoar
n > ur r rP on the side But sat Just to be bethat > sore sorethat 1RIftthtt r
that Mr Taft wouldnt go hungry httaryGeorgfar8 the theGeoigU
Georgfar8 ttareJ rsief In a lot or wild ttey tteyGe tart r rGeorgia
Georgia qoaBf quall and sliced sIkedtftMe1eG watermelon It Itws Itwas ItWas
was the t greatest Test Testelect feed the PresMent PresMentetect t telect
elect has boat I aen op against sine sflKe ance be entered enteredthis eIIteredthis ea eathis teed
this land of Us hearts sod big dinners dinnersLikes dlDllersLikes dfnaeraLikes
Likes HIi 111 Possum Po33umJIir PossniHMr
11 Mr r Tafi Taf went after his possum m as if ifhe I Ihe i
he ttkd Ji it t It was the facet In the thethe lot lotthe
the plumpest fat a batch of M that thatbeet had hadbeen
been gathered p moed for the feast It weighed weighedeighteen weIsbeIeea webe webeelshteeu
eighteen eea pounds Mist twice tWte as asthe anca ancaas 1as rerrdt
as the e er ordinary aej JMBSMB and itTwas It WaS WaSe wdaees aae aaeTfcp
e ti peoeliiept peoeliieptThe J Jn
The beat bwao pmuoai cooks eaeksbfoen hi Georgia Qeerpiabeen hd hdbeen
been imparted I ipeMed ts attend to thettoa the prepara preparation prepanUOII 1 ¬
tion of the Presidential Pr 1d ntfal possum poestnui and andth aacIt
i th t fttiwr nt r Binetniae Jaiet7a Ae that had been in included indWM i iciudM ° ¬
cluded tn the shiughtfr cgbtr The eooks eeoksof all allof allof
of them the old plantation darkies and all all of ofthe ofth c cthe J
the th possum with the exception of ofBfly big bifBmy
Bffly Taft or el Atlanta came from Jud Judge JudgeFrank JudFrank P eFrank
Frank Partsce Parks place up hi Worth County CountyJudge COUDtyJud8w Count CountJudge T
Judge Park seat s old Uncle r 1 Levi and an d two twomammies two1IUUIImIeS t tnamintes wo
mammies down to Atlanta yesterday yesterdayand y yaad yest yestaad
aad they had bee Hell the busiest iJldj iadion iJldjon individuals individualson widnaia
on earth ever since sinceUncle maceLaele
Uncle LeTS kneed the entire eIItir batch batchh hi hihis bahts n
his h own way and he heis te coin C plaining ef ofmrghty a a amighty aIDIdItY
mighty tame aura tonight t t After Aftercleaning Afiecdeaaing Aft Aftcleaning ec r
cleaning the eattre lot he gave them themcold themcold themcold a a
cold water bath of twelve boors to tode MB MBde killde 9
de animate taste Th Then n they were wereparbifed wereparbiJed w wparbiled ere e
parbifed till fey is s treethird done doteJ m and andfinally id A
J finally f barbecued The TheCtUD6 eighteenpauiidoc eighteenpauiidoccame ebteea ebteeacame peender r
came on the Taft table as cris criIIp erlrpbrows ad aadbrown adbrowa d
brown as a weilbaked gritbused dlll ed turkey and andtoned fes festooned feItoened f elr ¬
toned with rich rkb yellow yellowCall yeilowCaU yaate yaateCall
Call for Forty 9ctra 9ctraJudge 5 1xtaJue trn trnJ
Judge J Park contracted acted to furnish farnbbthe all allthe alltM H
the possums free The dinner commit committee COIIIIIdtt comudtee ¬
t tee made a call for forty fortyODIy extra extraonly psasiiiiir psasiiiiironly g
only two days ago and the judge Jade hadgo had to togo tego a
go through Worth County with a at tee teetooth n ntoettt
tooth t Xth < comb combThe CGIIIbTIle combThe
The dinner committee informed inf informedTaft nllel Mr MrTa XrTaft
Ta Taft of his efforts and also of the thewhich let tetterwhich letwbfdt r
which he had written aaro announcing 11 r irg irgoeoesom the thesoeeeas Utesueeess e
soeeeas of his undertaking undertakingI
I felt felt when when the train left this anti JAOnImg antibig era erahig
big with the extra possums bethat be wrote wrotethat retetbat + e 5
that If I bad dropped dead my mycould fricnte fricntecould irIeIIItOUId s
could write wt1t my epitaph epita h like the eawfeoy C8wttoydIcI ca cadid mop r
did on his is partner In Arizona ArizonaMr ArbaIaalies Aiimnaut
lies JIiD s ItI ItIBe
Be Ida t > a tadarL acid m afire 1IMnCr afireMr
Mr Taf Tafts ts possum was was carried te ten ¬
derly by two waiters while w the band
playee1 a GeoI tieorg1a camp me meeting bg air
White the walters placed their knives on onthe orthe
the beast I the Rev Dr J W WXet W Lee a
Hetbodb IK it aaafeter
sang that oat negro aegraeosg
song SOD Carve Him to de Heart BesnrtDrink HeartDrInk lanrtDrink
Drink Tafts Health HealihlAfter HealthAft Health HealthAfter
After < Xr Taft bad cleared Ids plate platethe pIat pMattthe
the > W8 Southerners rose ad drank ckaalto ckaaltoJaIs his libhealth hishealth JaIsbealtll
health with persimmon beer But the thePresidentelect thePreskleDt thePresidentelect
Presidentelect PreskleDt could not get et away from fromon freeeVeR frompossum
possum eVeR after De got a sew start starton startoil
on the Die sr rn 91 i President Gaudier of the theChamber tileChamber theChamber
Chamber of Commerce rne presented him himwith WmwIt hhawith
with a raspectsfefeteoking J BlBy Tes TYsoni Tessera p psum ¬
sera with a naaaei hide hide and foisted ed Its Itsgkwy Itsglory
glory over that of the Teddy Te dy BeanIn Bear Be8rIn
In the course of the banquet the Presi
dentelect denteI t was also presented with a avet sfl sliver
ver flask filled with awttatala spring springwater o
water from Gainesville G Ue Ga Ga the gift ghttMrs of ofMrs
Mrs James G Lroagstreet LroagstreetThe LogstreetThe LoagstreetThe
The gift was apparently intended as a s stribute a atribote atribute
tribute to Mr Tafts Taft s water water wagon wagonprocHrWes IaeenprocHvIties woaproclivities
proclivities procHvItiesTbe proclivitiesThe procHrWesThe
The olaaer dti er was held uader the thepkeaof aus auspices HIipIces ¬
pkeaof pices of the chamber clIam er of commerce The Thedemand TItedemead r rdemand h e ethe
demand for tickets was so great that thatconamlttae the thecommittee thecommtttee thebIg
committee was obHged o ged to select ct the theadditodo big bbjandUorhjra bigaudttOlhtm
andUorhjra of the aneery for the feast feastbut feastbut
but even tint faDed to accommodate accommodatecrowd the thecrowd ecrowd
crowd that waated to atteed Dolega DeJegabens Dolegatleas DeJege1Jeus
bens came from several outside e thineTuft cities citiesTaft dtleeTnft
Taft the Last Speaker SpeakerA
A A G Gaudier Cn president of the cham chamber amber cbauther ¬
ber of commerce was toasttaaster At Atthe Atthe A Athe t
the speakers speake table sat at GOT Hoke Hokeaid Smith Smithaad SmttIaDd
aDd Govelect Gov elect Joseph pk M f Brows of ofGeorgia otGoorgIa o oGeorgia t
Georgia sad may other promiaeat prombeitof mea aaeaof meaof s
of the State Robert F Maddox Maddoxmayor ox the themajor tbemayor
mayor spoke of Atlanta Gov Smith Smitli SmithStare of ofthe orthe
the theernor State and TbamasG Tbaroes G JOBes Jones exgov exgovernor v ¬
ernor of Alabama of the American Americantittze Aiiieticancltfzed
tittze ci cltfzed Kr Taft was the last speakerHe speaker speakerHe
He get a splendid welcome as he ros rosand rose roseand roseJMl e
and he was Was iaterrapted ln ed several times timesapplaese by bythe bytBeapptie
the tBeapptie tBeapptieMr thelir appjaese appjaeseMr
Mr TIIt l 4rt t aisctelmed any iatanOon Inostfoamakhl of ofjnakiBg CmakmgJe
makhl makmgJe jnakiBg a political appeal before such suchContinued a aContinued acOntinued s
cOntinued Continued on Pose 2 Column ColumnY 2 2
j 1j 1
For the District of Colum Columbia ColumbiaThreatening ColumbiaThrea ¬
biaThrea bia biaThreatening Threatening t e lltng today aad to 10morrow tomorrow to tomorrow ¬
morrow with probably prob bly rain or orsnow orsnow orsnow
snow colder today fresh north northeasterly northeasterly northeasterl ¬
easterly easterl win winHERALD winds windsHERALD VindsHERALDNEWSSUMMAR
1lbDndon 1 Thornton Hales Is Acquitted Acquitted1More Aeqltt Aogefftied1More d dlMOIe
1More QMe Survivors Rimed RescnadtTaft RimedTait d dlTatt
tTaft Tait Wit Heed Souths Wishes Wishes1Harrimen IVisbeslEarrimeA e8 e81RantRllua
1Harrimen to Parallel Rival LJs LJsSAdmlrai u uDef ImoSAdatltal
SAdmlrai Evans Defends DofeadsI s sJlNew Stt SttNew
JlNew I New lVe w Clew is York Minder Ier Case Case9Giri Cttse1IGJrI easeJGeri
9Giri idlers Have Appeiialelds AppeiialeldsLOCAL A ALOGtLa AppeatllelUs AppeatllelUsL0t1tilL
LOCAL LOGtLa1II L0t1tilL1Pre
1II 1Pre 1 PreeUom i t Vetoes James 1 River BW BilL3PoHce Bil3Pollee
3PoHce 2 PoMce Isxugural In uri Fregramae Ready Ready4Gas R8IMlY4Ga Ready4Gas
4Gas Bffi BUlla Za Seat to toID Cangress Ceagreee4Democrats
4 ID Democrats Fight Salary Increase Increase5Cohnnbla IRelW85Cuhnnbla IaeteaseCoiombla
5Cohnnbla Coiombla Turnveceta Buys Home HomeMSeventh Home14Sereath
MSeventh 14 eBtk Street She Chosen for StationI4Clew
I 14 14 I4Clew Clew f W Found In I Infant Case CaseStockholders CueDIG
JAME JAMSTON TnWN f IR IRStockl101c1ers
Stockholders Are Sued for forHalf forHalf forHalf
Half Million Dollars DollarsFEW DollarsFEiV
One On OneSubscriberofS Subscriber of of25OOO 5QQ0 Fails Failsto Failsto Bailsto
to Meet ill et Any An Assessments AssessmentsAmong ASSeSSDlenmAmong
Among Those Sued Are Officers of ofthe ofthe
the Company CompanyOne One Land Company CompanyIt
It Is Claimed Owe 53OOOO OOOSub OOOSubscrlben OaQSabacrihcrs Sub Subscribers ¬
scribers to the Stoclc Sfo k Will Fight FightSalt FightSuit
Salt on the Grounds Shares Were WereSolil WereI WereSol
Sold Sol Them l hT > y Misrepresentations MisrepresentationsXorf
ilMdaf toiiltr 1ittltasMs 1 u lanai lanaiNotfear
Xorf Nodoik oVc Va Ta Jan H 1iAa 1iAathe Ax atitrti drltaa dap w wthe tothe
the illrxted Jwa Jao estewj g Bxi 71ipslNar 71ipslNarfile isMlBa Twaa Twaathe 8Btbe
file inetltutlott er a eseolliateE n nRtlue < saltia saltiatile suisisthe
the Federal ort here e tto this af at1i2 attstaeto teraooa teraooaagahut
agahut 1 1i2 2 swMcrfters to toJts As rtock wile wilerlt whok who whoit
it to alleged haws net t paid aft the ueAIIiMIt assess assessments aaeessttrts ¬
rlt ments ASM AIIiMIt a half 1IaI mflttoB JioBnrs is isinvolved IIbnehM
irlrAter involved i m Ia the ettL ettLit EWtIt wultIt
it was on these theNsadt stock gahaeripMons w thdt thdtthe tWUte ih ihthe
the otBcers ft 1h die J Jamestown > greslasale irij l tI teslrioa teslrioaell alttun alttunCompany 1ItIenII
Company 1 pWcnvai II the Oygrocotoaal ebelnei ap appMpcfcaM ap apzl
pt3a zl tbai et 1JIiIIa ad adtIt in aid aidpeAtia
pMpcfcaM peAtia ee of PW fOr or the the same SDIepaR pw pwpose pre
pose poseAntony paRI P
I Antony those sued is the North N Norfolklord Norfolk NorfolkLand folic folicLaud <
Land Company for There are anto
many Mbxrlbers to i N H worth of stock stockParts 8t8ckParts abackParts
Parts e ef aome care subscriptions bawe been DeeRwillie beenpail
pail willie tt appears that tbatlbeea HotWag has hasbeen
lbeea been bee paid aid by many yI swwcribers swwcribersThe
I The largest mcttrfdual sub te testock 18I tostock
I stock nmong those sued fe William J JPayae IIPQaec
IPQaec Paid ef HichnieBA R ifMd and Newport News Newswbosserrfbedt0 Newsdo Newswho
wbosserrfbedt0 do snbeafied totstOe to teIC > > l worts worth en which whichit
it te aBesed thatake uape that jke has asetbs paid notMa t 3
Antony others svedlare suedtue sued a several 11 114NIIdaIs prominent a
oadais e lais of the exposition eqI ultJoa company bat 1MItwile betd
who wile it IK tm imrseed d dlrvldied lrvldiedffi ed assert rt that they tIMboW
bold claims against the exposition ex lor torsen1ces
services which win offset the cteiias DstIaeM
against ant them Other heavy subscribers Mdlbs1HtIag
being seed < are the local electric rail railW4tp railwars
ways W4tpThe wars waysThe
The SlIt is testKated by Alvah AlvahMartin H HMarttn Hbe
Martin be E E T Lamb and W Wx M L Geddtes GecNIeer8CillYers reddle9reoeivels
reeslvers of the exposition EXJH siUDR company oeynazrDefendants companyDefendants C8IItp8 C8IItp8Def
Defendants Def ts tft the soft are orgMdzias ergardruto g gto
to contest t the cmtes d salt agafast them They TIaeywill
wm employ aWe COURSe Some ec C them themit tIteaIIt theak
it is said will matatam that they were wereinduced werebI w wtadaeed
induced to snbecribe to stock under Ids aaterepreseaiations Idsrepre
represeaiations repre e floas The subscribers su to Wpre
common and preferred pre ened stock are amos amoag amoagtile
the defendants but most of them are aresubscribers ares arehers
subscribers hers to the common stock stockThe steckTIte stockThe
The tofsi amecnt acai of the tltesteck exposKJoK
stock was U600LfiM lQ OMhsJf o of which wIaId1preferred
was preferred and onehalf ceramoa Of Oftbis
this total amount It is said that hardly hardlySmjW 1IanllJwas Itatshl ItatshlaOil p
SmjW was paid on it it BSshtyslx pe pecent per percent pelee pr r 1
cent ee t of the preferred was paid fa it Itsaid is iss J6said
said s Jd wtuie 1P e less than 26 per ceat e e the thecommcn tII tIICOIIIIIIGR thtseseron e I
commcn was paid in
Bscnped Convict Glad to Get Back Backto Backto Backto
to Warm 1rm Texan Clime ClimeGalveatOB ClImeGlTeMGR ClimeGalveeton
GalveatOB Tex Tex Jan S JiP PWl l McCormick McCor McCorarick McCorJDIck
mick preferred tea years ears at hard labor in inthe inthe Inthe
the Texas prison prls n at Huntsville to liberty libertyia lbertySa libertyin
ia Utah UtahIa IB winter so he wired his sur surrender surrencler surrender ¬
render aDd Is now en route te completehis complete completehis completehis
his twentyfiveyear twe tyaeYe8r term fifteen of ofwhich ofwtdcia ofwhich
which Be bed served serv d when he made his bisescape hisescape hisescape
escape last April AprilA AprHA AprilA
A quarter of a century ago McCormick McCormickwas McCormtekwas McCon ck ckwas
was a professional burglar aDd aau after a aseries aseries aseries
j series of crimes was captured and con coavkjted convictecL convicted
i vkjted vkjtedHe victecLHe victedHe
j He escaped In a trash wagon and made mademe madehis
his me way West During the tb spring aad aadswamer aadSGmIBer
j summer months tie e enjoyed his liberty In InSalt InSalt InSalt
Salt Lake City and vicinity vIclnit but the bliz blizzards 911nis ¬
zards nis drove him to despair and repenice repen repentance repentaace ¬
tance tanceMANY ice
Richmonds Allesced Check Klasher KlasherOperateil FInaherOperated InsberOperde
Operated in Norfolk NorfolkSpecMl Norfolkm orlolk orlolkSpedaI
SpecMl te nit ti WasMagX HenM HenMRichmond HmINRiehIIIoA xerataRichmond
Richmond Va Jam KW W H Farsam Far Farnam FarJNUR
sam alias Dr J P Waddell alias Harold Har Harold BaroN ¬
old Nytes alias a as Zdwand Ed Edwwar + d Arnhte ttonlle alias aMaeL aliasL aliasL
L L M Me Anderson is being el g held by the thepeHee UNpeUee
peHee department With the mass m of 9ftele 9ftelegnuns tele telegrams ¬
grams which have plied up on ORelders the thechteTs
elders desk have nave been answered and andsatisfied andSUsfted
satisfied satisfiedParaara
Paraara is wanted in Baltimore Wash Washtagtoa WasilIngtoD Washtagtoi
tagtoa Norfolk PIttsburg Concord CoaerN ConcordH
N fL H H aad id other cities Under taename t tae thename e eDame
name of H Herald reid Nyles Nyl he Is saId Jd to
have victimized Norfolk merchants and
hotels out of of beef H The The descripdoas descripdoasfurnish d as asfwDtsh
furnish the local police by the pottee
depertnients c itpe ep8 Ua tments ftts hi other cltie c1u cities fits Farmun Farmunor
or whatever his name aright bht be aDd ssuAomcors aDdofi1c813 andomcers
omcors will be seat to Identify ideft IdaatIfY fete 1dm3h
51 3h 1 10 ° B Baltimore tJmore and Return
Via Baltimore r and Ohio Railroad today
aad tomorrow
i I
Orders Parallel Lines to Com Cornpatewith Compete Compete ¬
pete patewith With Rival EiyalIS RivalWAR RivalWAR
Due to Change of Control of Former FormerAllied FormerAllied FormeAllied r
Allied Road noadnurUn fondBurlington Bnrlinston tnn Since Par Pnrchamlng PurchsRlng Parchasing
chasing the Colorado and nd Southern SouthernHas SouthernHa SouthernHas
Has Ha Taken Business Heretofore HeretoforeDivided IIeretoforeDlvJded IleretoforDivided e
Divided with the Union Pacific PacificDenver PaC PaeitiL PaeitiLDenver fi fif
f 4
4Iaa <
Denver Jan 15E 15 E H a H HJUTlm8l1 rrlman has 11Med 11ordered hasordered
ordered ed the daietatrtab ti tiusrhn departmeat MpertmeatOf MpertmeatOfthe departrneatthe Ztf of oftiie
the Union OR PacMc to parallel a at once on c ce ceIhaee ei the theHues tileof
Hues of the Colorado aad Soetaent Seafherathe m mthe Ja JatJae
the northern pert of the S State t6 Over OverJtt OverJtnI Or OrltXl er
JtnI Jtt men will be thrown into the field fieldas fieldI fi fias
I as soon ss they can be orgaiaecl aDd the therenewal theI th threaewai e
I renewal of t AgIIt g t batwaen weea Hammani Harrfeaao Harrfeaaoand Harrmaend
i and HOI which was predicted by Wan Wanstreet W Weet Nstreet
street eet as a result r of the sale of the Cat Colorado Catorado ¬
I orado and SottiiMrn to th tiN Bcrttagfaoa BerlIagtonAisther has hasheou MsAa8dter
heou heouAnother
Another force of Gates Padflc survey serveyers serve servews
ers has beta bee l p 1t t te the Held to locale localDttsaago a attne aItae
ttne from tr Pueblo Pee to t so Damage at which whichpoint wWdIpoIIIt w wales Jiicb Jiicbtb
point the Union U ales Pectin is to connect c with witha wtKae wj tb tbru
a Mae wader oonetreedoa by the Southern SouthernPacMc SouthernPtd6c Southe ru
PacMc Pad from the mam mats Inca in Amri Awroaa Awroaate Amriw
te Daraago The Uaton Pacific Pa t e wfll wtl th thconnect thca thcaeoooect tBcaee
eoooect ee these Hoes with the main Mae Jf e at atDeaver atDeQWer a aDearer t
Dearer DeaverThese DeQWerTltese DearerThese
These moves ar are a direct result of ofchange the thechange UtedHmge j
change 1 In a control of the Colorado and andSotrthars andSoutMna 1
Southern That road and the Union Pa Pac3e Padie P Pwere a
die dficdmnged were on friendly f ltladly terms terms and inter interchanged interclumged Into r ¬
changed besteees Dest 86S from il the t e Nerthern i orthern ter territory ter1itory to toritarY r ¬
ritory to such an extent t that the Union UnionPacific Dale Dalepacific n nPad6c t
Pacific wa was satisfied satJs Ed DOt to sntagoa sntagoaare antagonize antagonizethe antfORnethe ze
the Colorado o and Southern SouthernAlmost Soat SoatbernAlmost ern ernAlmost
Almost immediately Jmme following followingChange the thecbaBgA thechaDg6
Change ia central c Dtrol of the Colorado and andSouthern andSoudtocn an anSouthern d 2
Southern this business was all switched switchedto sw swto j
to the Burlington and a 8s as a result the theUotoR t e eUBioR
UotoR PacMc mast lose the local bits business buslDeS6 bitsness i ¬ I
ness from the Northern towns toms or fight fightBIG
University of Pennsylvania Will ViII Xbt of t
Get Ironmaster Wealth Wen1thPidlMeiphle WealthPidladelphk WealthPhiwdeiphie
I Phiwdeiphie Jan liThe 1 The will wiltJeceptr of ofJoseph orJGeeph
Joseph Wharton ironmaster and financier financierwas tlnanclerwas flnanciewas
was admitted to probate at noon tod todb7 today todayby todaby ap f
by Charles Irwin the register of wills willsat wUIsat wll wllat
at the city ball Mr Ir Wharton leaves leavespractically leaespracttcaJly leav leavptactlcally es 5
practically all his great fortune fprtune to ii iiwidow his hiswidow hiswidow 5
widow children cldl and other relatives relativesO relatiesOoa relativesOne
O One s hundred thousand t dollars is loft loftSwarthmore to toSwarthmere toSwartJmawe o
Swarthmere College for the completion completionof compJeflon compJeflonof comple compleoL t o n T
of the
dormitory building known as asWharton as1JI3cton LS LSWharton s
Wharton 1JI3cton HaM HaMla HaHm HallIn
la the willwhich will which Is dated April 1 1 1the isos isosthe lQOS
the sam of 55S400 dOAUJ4 > In cash C3fb was vas lefte left to tothe toUmverstty t o 3
the th e eWharton University of Peaesylvania Pennsylvania for the theWharton theWhartOll t he e
Wharton School of Finance and Econ Economy Econ9111Y Eco Ecoomy n ¬
omy In a codicil however this bequest bequestwas bequestwas beque bequewas st
was revoked revokedI revokedDIED revokedDIED
Rojcjtrrcngky Suffered Paralysis ParaIyaisHeart of ofHeart ofHeart
Heart Allege lIege HIji Friends FriendsSt FriendsSt FriendaSt
St PetersbWg Pdter lrg Jan liAfter IS After his a aqutttai ac acqwittxJ ac4I1dttai c
qwittxJ at his trial for losing his fleet fleetVice fleet fleetVIee flee fleeVia
Vice Admiral Rojestvensky who died yes yesterday ye yeterday es estvfty ¬
terday lived 3 3 quiet domeetlc existen existenu existence existencem ex ence ce e
r m hi a modest fiat hi a a residential resldenU l part partthe of ofthe offt ° f
ft the city freqoenUy f eque fitly entertaining friends friendsOa friendsOR friendsOn
Oa the eve of the Russian
New Tear Tearhe Ye Yehe ar r
I he gave a party at which he was jovial jovialThe JovialI jov jovThe ial
I The company parted at 2 oclock in the theBtoramg t tgrorning he z
i Btoramg moralRg and the admiral went to his hisbedroom s
bedroom bedroomHe bedroom booroomHe
He had hardly entered
when the ser servants servaats se sevaats r ¬
vaats heard a falL They hastened to toroom the theroom the109m theor
room aDd found f him lying on the floor floordead flooreaL flo flodead or
dead eaL Blood was flowing from a wou wouIn wound woundin woundIn
in one of his e cheeks eeks It is said that thatdeath thatieath th thdeath at i
death was caused caa by IJ paralysis ofheart of the theheart theJleart
heart Jleart age that the wound was caused causedhis by
his striking a piece of furniture as asfell he hefelL hefelL
At Sloans Today Todn
HooeehoH and eSce furnishings iron i von
beds C c 8L c wilt be sold at auction at
Stems SI4 Hft G St second floor today at ata
11 a m The French curicle brougham broagha m
TcnfjqTT landau auto c 8e sill ha haso1d told 2 2l ± 12 Tn m
Largest One fiver Held in City Oft of ofHavanc ofIInTnc ofIlaranc
Havanc HavancHavana IInTncH IlarancHavana
Havana H Jen T 3 5 Th The largest baaqeet baaqeetever baauetover afluet aflueteve
ever held ta tbs cky was given ltY toright torightat
at the National Theme by the eoaKner eoaKnerehd eoMMrdILl eoelmerdal
dILl and InduatrW mteresi Mtarests of the city dtyIn cityhe cityIa
In honor he of GoY Xagooa PresMenteiect PresMenteiectGomez Pre ldeatelectGomK PtrslddttelectGreg
Gomez Vh vld PusMtist PrMldateJect fleet Zayas and aadGen aMG andGan
Gen G IL Menoeal and Senor Montoro the thefe de defoated dofeated
foated prasfdeatial and vice prssideBtlsJ prssideBtlsJcandidates pc pclateL praeidntialCovers
candidates candidatesCovers lateL lateL0rMrs
Covers were laid f fK 5H guess Those Thosepreeent TIIoeIBcIaIIed
preeent ladled faictud d Ges Barry command commandim eom eomhie conltllendIrnb
im hie the Am of Cuban Cobs Paomeatlon PaI Paul aden acedother and andother ndO
other American odlo oMeera ro nlplaiaatists 1II111r andCuban and andCoban adI
I Cuban ofifchihi A grasit sraterewd rsu crew a4etd around aroundthe
I the thelat theater + ar w tttelched teheC the gueste desta MltecWhile enter enterwhile er erwblle
while rockets ad kWrbs sciows tie w WiIre re Aced ad from fromthe fromt fromCiteroot
the Citeroot roof MJP MJPThe ff ffThe >
t The eame eolfr a murhjOR at Camp camptotaled Cohmtbta CohmtbtaforaMd CohIaabIaa
totaled hi a boUow aau + s flak aiteraoon > aiteraoonMi t aoar
I sad Mi LJuMC L Iltt Xtiacp 3t PIIY 1 poet 5t a fXant 1 1C xit road roadSrtUMcation
kfcit it < C cn Ilrav y ytie
tie IIC IICf paM paMgrrtl
f SrtUMcation grrtl fioa for the ofldeat work weekby done doneby donetry
by the army armyThe I
The order o reproduced prod fod the foDowmg foIJowtQgtracl ex extract txtract ¬
tract of f a tetter Etter tter from President p ROOM Booseveit ROOMT It Itvolt 00ce
volt T Throusfc Th you as President I sj d on onbehalf OR1JehaJt an anbebtli
behalf of the whole American people pe I Iwant Iwaat
want to thank the Army of Cuban PacMc PacMccation PadKI
I cation for the admirable way te whfcfe whfcfeI w wthey bk
I they have den d9De their work workklRLSLETTER workYoung
Young New Yorker Pleads Guilty Guiltyof Guiltyof Gail
of Forgery but Goes GoeS Free EreeIVomnn Freeromnn
Woman romnn Soon So n to Become HI Ills Bride Brideflakes arid aridliales e
flakes a aiost ToneKIng T011 ToncTiingPlea IiIDg IiIDgPlea
Plea Plealastr I i Ii Iy
1 1a
New York y Ja IS l Largely because beoasaea ef
a Diet written by Ms itemm te tdjrde tht thtjudge tJM1 tJM1e
judge e wi 1 wys > was to trytdla try htw WHKuat w Earl EarlDe Earll EarllDe li
De Purest est twentyeight tweJlt7 t years old old son of ofa I Ia
a banker and broker was permitted to gp I
free under tamerthe er suspended e4I seateaee by Judge JudgeGrata JtldgeCraIR 3udg e
Craw in istamerthe the Court of General Sessions to today to toclay t ¬
day after be had pleaded plea eti gouty to a acharge
I charge cbttr of forgery ferg rY in the second dogr dograa degree dogreeTJte
The you young ng nan Hl aa a left the court room room with withhis wI th
his bridetobe bd ube and his father fatherTwo faUterTwo
Two years ago ao young De Forest Ferst w who bo
lives at 98 President eat street Brooklyn Brooklynforged Brookbuforged 13r 13rforged 1
forged aa B nderseaaeat J t on a jA jAand 0 check checkand dteekaDd d c
and cashed It Jt He spent the money that thatnight thatnight th thnight
night and woke the next day to find findthat fiRtIthat f + a athat d
that not only was be a forger bet that thate the t
he e was 85 a husband as well baring havingvied mar married married ¬
ried A a young woman he met hi iREast East Poor Poorteeath Foutteeath Fou Fouteeith r
teeath street the evening eDlag before This Thismarriage ThIsmarriage Th
marriage was later Jt < annulled arndledHe annulledHe aaauliedBe
He disappeared but was apprehended apprehendedf
In in Washington hshiagwa and confessed His ta tadJctmeat iftHctment itdietment
dJctmeat foliow followed followedMiss fellowaGMiss d dhiss
Miss Sara Veeta Barclay BaBarclay who Mves ltv es
next next door to the De Forests F iest1 and nd who whoto is isto
to become De Forests wife wrote wrotetouching wrote a atouching 8touching
touching plea for clemency kit her Jter be betrothed b e
trothed trothedWe
We were but but children when we we w met metthe metthe
the letter says and he was was like a big big1brother bigbrothel M Mbrother r
brother to me Now we are betrothed betrothedand betrothedand betroth betrothand ed
and I am proud of him and the life he hehas hehas h hhas e
has led since this his only misstep We Weare W e
are to be married and I will try to be a ahelp
help to him him end together we will live liveso lveso Itr e
so that this thismadow shadow vrlll pass away awayELIOT
Retiring President of Harvard HarTar Fo FoIows Fol Follow I ¬
Iows low Example of Edward Everett EverettBoston EverettBoston
Boston Mass Jan it 1 President Elio Elioof Eliot Eliotof EJIotof t
of Harvard Ha rd has been elected president of ofthe ofthe
the Harvard alumni Consequently Rte Rtethe whenthe when whenthe a
the annual dinner is held in Memorial MemorialHall 3femori 3femoriHall IemorlalHall sl
Hall on commencement day he will 1 pre preside pr
side side and the first speaker he will R tli intro introduca introduce in tro
duce wilt be his Is successor A A LawreacLowell Lawrence LawrenceLowelL LawrenceLowell e
LowelL LowelLDr LowellDr LowellDr
Dr Eliot mil continue as president of orHan8rd
Harvard until May when he will have haveserved haveserved hav e
served forty years In accepting aoc ptisag the tilepresfden3 Ui e
presidency of the alumni nl he has followed followedthe follow followthe ed edof
the example set by Edward Everett Eerett hverettthe of ofthe ofthe
the class of lL lLEmma 1SUEmmn
Emma Goldman Arrestee ArrestedlSan ArresteeSan
San Francisco Jan K 1 iiiEmma Emma GI Gold Goldman d
man V the aotorieus l1otorI US anarchist and Dr DrBen DrBen D r
Ben Reltman Reitinan of Chicago who was wlde wldely wldeb wed e
ly b known as the King of Hoboes are areunder areunder n re
under arrest They are held in the city cityprison ctypr cf
prison pr on on the charges of conspiracy to tohold tobold t o
hold meetings meetingsTrro meetingsTwo x xo
Two o Killed In Explosion ExplosionAllentovri Explosion ExplosionAllentown ExplosionAllentowsl
Allentown Pa Jan 15 JiTwo Two men were wereblown wereblown w er r
blown to atoms and five seriously injured injuredby fnju
by the explosion of a ton of dynamite to today to today t o
day in the quarry of o the LehighPortland LehighPortlandCement LebIgh PjrUand PjrUandCement InjuredI od d
Cement Company at FogelsviHe
ALIVE 1 1Sistersand FROM RUINS RUINSSisters
SistcrsandBroterEntombed SistcrsandBroterEntombedfor Sisters Sistersand and Brothel BrotherEntombe BrotherEntombefor Entombed d
I Iio
for io Eighteen b Da Days DaysHEAR DaysHEAR
Soldier S nt atliesirinu 3fe Jfeaafna ina Begin to < o Exca Excavate BxcaTate Bx ca ¬
Tate nnd Are Surprised to Find FindPersons FindPerAOnOl FI FIPcraon n d
Persons Imprisoned InJprbonedFood Food TVlthln TVlthlnReach WltblnRpnch With WithReach in inin
Reach Kept Them Alive nTeLand AliveLandl3lorida Land In InHloridn 111morldR
Hloridn l3lorida Offered to Refugee RefugeeBone Refnleeac RefugeesItora
k kJaR
Itora Bone JaR 3iTea 1 Two b girls safe e aged agedw aged4twtY aB
4twtY w Bty sad the ether ateeteen aad their theirbrothar tIteII ti + elr
roUter I aged ed thlrtdeR were rescued rescuedday to today tvday ¬
day from a pile of rates sear the Church Churchof Chllldaor Ch arch
of the Apostles Messina a where they t Its4lb had hadI
I been entombed e ttlRlted for eighteen elg teeR days Thefc Thefcconditien TIteirCGAdtti4aR The
conditien c is pitiable Some zodiacsthe zodiacs sear searthe DerUI
the pteee heard f ft latent iat t cries from baaeath baaeaththe 1teAea 1teAeatile
the pile of debris and they tessedlately tessedlatelybegan immedlte1yto imsnedla2 y yegan
began b egan to excavate exa e Their work was wastreeldt ex extrentciy extrellMly
trentciy dteacuk di ceit but tlwji persisted p peltedWere aad aadwere aMwere
were Mtaliy rewarded rewanl by tiadlag tiadlagtierce na teg g the thethree thetlaree
three sUtt UII aha atfveThe ahaTIle aliveThe
The three ar aritamed BMned e Miaio Mlalesale aie Their Theirasether TAckaetHr The Theanotblr i
asether aud a 1f Hole sister sist were killed killedThe kftWTIle kUk kUkThe
The father is in America Fotuna Fortunately Fortunatelythey FemateiyUtey
they th ey eyogtons were within reach of a supply of ofeatoos eteDloDf M
eatoos ofl win wine and water su S8 deat deat deaikeep te tekeep tBkeep
keep them attve attveImpetnx aJIwImpetuA alitrtlmpetn
Impetnx io o ResearchesThe Researches ResearchesThe Re earches earchesThe
The survivors were te part of a san suvallroew sanmem all allmeta i
meta which astontshtegly ast1Mds ilagly escaped tisca tiscaizatioa pul pulverizatkB pgY8rizatloR
verizatkB izatioa Their T etr own efforts led J t te tbea tbearascue UIekreeeue the thereedua r
rascue The boy F Francesco was par particuJarly
ticuJarly t active They exeavsxed exea the theruins t trates e enalDs
ruins with their hands
until they were werenear wereDeat e
near enough the surface to make ma e their theircries tINIrcries ihd r r
cries heard The latest report is that an anare aDare allare
are lass affected affectedthan than was at first stated statedTheir stat statTltelr
Their rescue has given fcapetus 1IIS te isearches re researches re rese ¬
searches se s elsewhere elsewhereThe eiewWeTbe eistwbereThe
The weather baa ba
improved The goy govnuaent goyAt
nuaent istAt At has appointed two comntiarfoas comntiarfoasene II 11 illS illSone
one to deal with questions coaceraing IOint IOintthe eramg erali is 5
the reboiWIng and repairing of the dam damaged 4i8aaage ¬
aged age age I towns WM aid the ether esotpesed esotpesedof o i
of proiaMeatl prominent l eJsnwtogists moiogIsts to choose chooseland the theland e I
land where the towns snail be rebuilt rebuiltOffer i
Offers Offer Land in Florida FloridaParis FloridaParis I
Paris Jan 35 kDoke Duke Litta Lattawho Yiseoeii Yiseoeiiwho isoonil I
who has offered to found a celery of ofItaHftn f
ItaHftn earthquake sufferer in fieand Florida Floridaand U
and whose wife was formerly Miss Per Perry P ac ¬
ry of South Carolina today told your yourcorrespondent youcorrespoR PecI
correspondent correspoR c ent that the land fa Florida Floridawas F acids a I
was not his personally Jl bet belonged o to tosa tosyndicate to
sa a syndicate of efrb4dn which bo was the lea leaThere head headThere d
There Th re had not been time enough t t4i ar arrange arrange r ¬ I
range the details of his proposal propo l Co Cooperatione o
operatione societies would be formed 4K1aed to tosupply tosuppl j
supply suppl the colonists with food fOOd clothing clothingand c JothIngand g
and agricultural necessities ne < e Ues at the cost costprice costPrice st
price the colonists repaying the amounts amountsadvanced amftRtsadanced a is
advanced in stallments Duke Litta Yis Yisconti vJsconti v vConti b s
conti is s staying in Paris PartsDELAY ParisDELAY
Mlsdonrl Ullour Jleglftlatonc Lejrif Iatori Await A wnlt Lient Lfeuten Lfeutenant e n a
ant Governorship Governo hlp Keconnt KeconntJefferson
Jefferson City Mo Io Jan l5 = Several Severallegislators Severallegtslators Sere Tai al
legislators said today they t ey would prob probaWy probaotr pr O
ably decline dedf to vote for United U k Steles StelesSenator StatesSonator Ste SteSenator es
Senator sort Tuesday Senator S tor En Eades Eadesand Eadesand d es e
and others contend aft after r tavesttgatteR tavesttgatteRthat Iaostl IaostltlI3t gntt dlit
that th at to vote for a Senator Tuesday TUQ would wouldviolate wwvioJete woe w d
violate Missouris constitatkm and toe toeFederal UIeFederal
Federal law which idek enjoins e the Msgfefaiure Msgfefaiureto Hs gtsre re I
to elect a Senator after after It is legally or organizad > r I IgJlnlzed
ganizad genizedThis j j I
This requires the iastallatkw of oflieutenant a alieutenant
lieutenant governor t the e contaet for t l which whichoffice wWckoffice x xoffice Bich ca
office will not be settled
ad ntH tics ticsecutire ex executive executive ¬
ecutive committee completes the recount recounting rec9Uating reacts ii t ¬
ing of ballots which was begun In St StLouis
Louis today todayA St1
A resolution Is ready f for tetroducUoa tetroducUoain tarodts tarodtsin can IB G GIn
in the legislature censuring ceasariigSeatitor Senator Stone Stonefor S Lane ie I
for absenting himself from Wasiriagton Wasiriagtonsince Wa Na idngt < h1n h1nsince glow I
since Congress convened and working workinghere Tar Tarhere rkJag rkJaghere k Mg > g
here for his reelection re lection f
812 81 to Baltimore nafi n nn Return R < turn
and Sundays via Peniisytvaaia Penrsytr u fig lia J
Tickets good returning until tfl
night All regular re uJar trains except exc 2pt pt
CoazresBlenal Co alonaI Limited ° 1
TE XIf TEi t r Aia L Y MUCH MARRIED HAEEIEDGrandfather MARRIEDGrnndfnther MARREDGrandfather
Grandfather and Two Granddaugh Granddaughter Granddaughters Granddaughters ¬
ter ters Wed the Same Evening EveningStamferd EvenIngStaInford
Stamford Conn Jan 15 Rowayton Bowaytonthis RowaytontJtls Rowaytonthis
this State had three weddings last night nightwhich nightw1tfck nightWhidi
which were pretty much aH aHln in one family familyamong familyaRlong familyamong
among those making ap the couples being beinga
a a grandfather atlter and J his fe two graaddaagh graaddaaghtars graBddaughturs granddaugh granddaughtsrs
tars and one of the latter marrying her herAH horrtIIJw he hebakeriulew r
bakeriulew bakeriulewAll rtIIJw rtIIJwAu
Au AH of this occurred at the JaGm home of ofCapt ofCapt o oCapt f fend
Capt John rHommodfett rHommodf lt a dose friend friendnd friendand Lri Lriand end endrs
and nd nel neighbor iber r of Charles charles Klein the playright play playright J1aydglrt
right The captain was married to 3 3Hattie Mrs MrsHxttfe 3IrsHaUte i rs
HaUte C Deaiger De iger It being his second secondmarriage seco seconmarriage d dm2r
marriage m2r ap and the fourth for his bride brideThe brideThe brideThe
The grandchildren r R were Mrs Gra GraShine Grace GraceSim Gracein co
Shine Sim in who was married to hc W t Hrother Hrotherraw hrotherllaw + rother rotherIaw
raw Iaw EKwardG mIwud G Shine of Stamford Samfordtnd Stamfordtnd ford
tnd nd Miss Nettie Plunder who ho was mar married marrit1l marrice ¬
rice to Geerge 3lhior 31h Ihtor or of Bowayton RoW toR The Theceremonies Th Theremomes Thceremonies e
ceremonies were performed at S p ra m the theofficiating UteometatlDg th thet e eead
et officiating lathag dergy eJergyntan n being beln Rev Re Henry HenryR HearE H HE ead
R E Wing formerly pastor pa of the Roway Rowayton Rowayton Rowayton
ton Methodist Church There was a are areceptkn re reception r rception ¬
ception attended by about forty guests guestsWill guestsPRE
I J ME t HIVER BIll BIllvVill
Will ill Not 1 of Grant Eights o oNava on onNavigable onN n
Navigable N Nava vigabl able Streams StreamsPOINTS StreamsPOINTS StreamsPOINTS
Warns of Great Danger a Ahead Aheadat Aheadat Rhea d
at Hands of Corporations CorporationsRepresentative CorporationsRepresentative CorPorationsRepresentative
Representative Russell of Missouri MissouriWill Ilssourlf IlssourlfVIII i
Will VIII Make Inke Effort to Have the Bi BiPassed Bill BillPassed BillPa li
Passed Pa ed Over the Veto eto of the Cble oChieExecutiveMessage ChieC CbleExecutlveIeslllnge 1
Executive ExecutlveIeslllnge Message I III Referred to tothe t tthe o
the House Committee on Interstate Inter Interstate
state ant and Foreign x = orein eln Commerce CommerceProaMnnt CommcrcePrMllle
ProaMnnt t Reosevrlt R seat a vigorous vigorousveto dggnasTete sr srveto gorou goroure s
veto mesaags a8 es ° age 8 fee the Hause H Eiset ee a yesterday Taytaealag F re re reUlnllag
tarateg w wkh his disapproval a bat billtherfxisg au awtJIoraII
taoriziag g the eoaecruetioa of a 4 dacreea dam damacross 4acreee art t
across the James River to the State Stotthilsourt of ofMtoourl otMIEea t
Mtoourl for purposes ef devetoptag deYell ddvdopFngtskal alee etectrtcal aleet
cal power Heprosentative RedtseHissouri RueeeH R of ofMissoerl tI C
Missoerl I issouri oad win ifl attempt to pass the bill lewer I
over the Presidents veto Te message messagewas messagewas mess g e
was referred t te o th the e Committee OR later laterslate lmersate
slate and Foreign n Commerce CommerceThe CommerceTile ConittierceTbe
The WIt passed the House H at tae o last lastThe n a 1
1 sesaloaa Iofa s t mss f wwat wwat8i craft fkoD
8i D z zThe e l1l aL tits titsne =
The interests lat directly lr cti affected by bfill the titebat t1tebill
bat b ill are not of great Importance Impor but the theveto theTeto >
veto message e emphasizes a sharp sh sheceuee arp dif differ dIfVRe
fer eceuee VRe ne of opinion between the tJM Pr President Presidentand Pre8ldeatIMt oalicn t
and Coaa Congress COQ re4a e oc the eoaeikatUoaai ifeee ifeeeUM e 6S 6SUaII
UM whether file Federal geveraaeut geveraaeuthas ggvenmelltJiles Aar o oas etariertt
has h as the right rtg t te avert a property in interest mt ¬
terest t IR the waters o 0 a savigable savigablestream tiegWIestream east easttream
stream s within wk a State t te the extent LxtErtin of ofcaOecUng f I IcellecUDr
caOecUng in toUs and imposteg lee ceaditieas ceaditieasupon s i iOR
upon the use of the water waterSome waterSome i
Some 0 et C the ablest fewyers kw in the Sen Senate SenI SenIate S en ¬
ate both Democrats and Rhold Repobileaag Repobileaagbold R tM t i iI
bold that bt the only authority aut orlty the gsvera ga + e esweat It I
meat has over navigable waters wafersthe wi wi dRtbe w hi hithe i
the borders of a State is te prevent Btev t tterterenla te teterference
terference e with navigation RvtgatlenQuestion iavtgatiemaeston I
Question aeston of Importance ImportanceThe ImportanceTbe e eThe
The question q rJou is one of such fnnda fnndankental fUnd fUndocelot i
ocelot tal importance that t at Congress recog recognises r rsires ¬ i
sires It win have ae to be settled ttled very veryLast sow sowLast S08IILast L
Last session The President vetoed a lilt WIIy liltraichlse II
by y Senator Sea t8l Nelson eJsoR granting a f fter franchise franchisefor e i
for a dam across s the Rainy Hirer Riverlalhnesota In a
IBaaesota Rn eute Later It was passed ever overvela v his bisveto hlgftto s I
veto but with the Presidents consent consentThe C08EeIUThe tees teessTile en
The message seat In yesterday yesterdayseae jotas jotastesoe jomsJa s
tesoe seae with Congress on the qeestion sTile of ofthe f
I the extent of Federal control over navi navigable ga >
gable g waters The President emphasized emphasizedtte emphaf ed edtile eelffie d
tile Importance of the th matter by 1 supple supplementing SGppIe1ReDdag suplI ¬
menting his message m ge with a reportHerbert report front frontHerbert
Herbert Knox Smith Commissioner CommissionerCorporations of ofCorporations eCor
Corporations Cor showing the t e growth of con concentration eo eocestrattna n > ¬
centration of electric power powerThe
Th The policy of collecting tolls sad ta i
posto dmg conditions upon grants of the fileof use useof
of navigable waters within States is a afeature afeat
feature re of the Presidents general eneral eneralfor l poky pokyfw r
for conserving the natural reseorser res resatreestie ef efthe eel f
the country
The Message Ie sage sageTbe
The veto ve O message In part is as as f 9l 9lJews l
lows Jewsr
I return herewith without wi my y ap approval P PpOval i
proval House H se bill ITiK to authorise WW WWlam WillIam 1F Yt
lam H H Standisa tandtsa tandIs to construct CG a dam d m macOS6 a
across the James River in Stone Cora Couaty i
ty Mo and divert a portion of o C Us Uswaters Itswaters s
waters through a tunnel into the said saidrler atd d
river again to create electric power 3Iy Myretkcong y
reasons for not signing the bin are areThe
The bill gives g oo to the grantee a awlua vakmbld va1uabIeprlv ble
privilege prlv ege which by Its very nature Is
monopolistic moD POUStfC and does not contain toe thecoDdltlons
conditions essential es to protect prot t the public puWfCInterest De bite fe
interest interestTo InterestTo interestTo
To give away a atcay without conditions conditionsone tWs tWsOB tlIisODe s
ODe OB of the greatest of our resources resourceswooW resoereeswooid resoure resoureweahd s
wooW be an act of folly If we eraty are t fib gafity EUIItY 1
ty of It it our children wttt be forced to toPRY to
pay an annual return upon On a capitaliza capitalization eapttaJlzatIoft cape a ¬
tine based upon the highest prices which whichthe whichthe wh whthe
the traffic traI c wiH bear They wile find fiAdthemse1es
themselves face to face ae with powerful po pointerests werf > U i
interests intrenched behind the doctrine doctrineof doctrl doe LrSne e eof
of vested rights and strengthened stresgebtnedevery str ned by byevery bevtri
every defense which money can buy U and
the ingenuity of able corporation lawyers lawyerscan JaWYQlscaa awy ors rs
can devise Iie hFe Long before that time they theymay t h ey jy
may and very probably will have become becomea bee beea Dale hDale e
a consolidated interest lnterosl controlled from fromthe fonatbe m e
the great financial centers dictating the Uteteems he
terms upon which the citizen ettz can con 001Iduet
duet his business or cam his livelihood livnl livnland O d
and not amenable to the wholesome check checkof cbeekat che
of local opinion opInlonT1te
T1te The total water power now la l use tfy y
power plants in n the United States Laces is es estfanated estimated 5
tfanated by the Bureau of Cedsiis Ce C lstls said and the th thGeological e
Geological Survey as iOOO 301000 horse horsepower horsepowerInformation b bpowerinformation °
power powerInformation information collected by the thereau Bu Bureau Bureau s tl ¬
reau of Corporations shows s that eleven elevenlarge eievenJarge ere erelarge Ten n
large concerns of which the General Elac ELC ELCtrlc FL e
tale Company and the Westinghouse Elec Electric Ei ec
fate and Manufacturing Company are the themost themost c
most important now hold bol waterpower waterpowerContinued waterpower waterpowerContlnned Scalep0 wrot
Continued on Page 2 f Column 3 3Baltimore 3DnlUmore 3Baltimore
Baltimore and Return n turn Sl SlBl1timore 123 =
Baltimore fi t Ohio R IL R n I Im
Every Saturday Satur ay and Sunday All trot trains
both ways both days except Royal Lta Id m i
it fled d City offlcesL 1H7 G st at and 613 6l9a Pa a avs a ay Y6 VG 6
Jury T in m the Case ac te Is s Out ut for forTwentytwo Tor Torwen or orTwentytwo
Twentytwo wen moo Hours HoursWILD HoursD ours
Chief Attorney Mclntyre i icIn a Col Collapses Collapses ¬
lapses in His Chair Chairs ChairFIFTEEN
Thornton Jenkins Hairs 1Iains Accused Accusedof
of Complicity in the Murder ofWilliam of ofWilliam o oWilliam
William E E AimYs Anmis at Bayside BaysideYacht BaysideYaoht BaysideYacht
Yacht Club Isv IsvDeclared Is Declared Not NotGuilty NotGuilty ot otGuilty
Guilty After long TrialrWidow TrialrWidowof Trla > Widow Widowof
of Slain Man Slay iay Make a State Statement Statement ¬
ment in a Few Days DaysXew DaysNew
New York Fork Jan It 1iTllenltoR la Theratoa Jenkins Jettklasales JenkinsHates JenkinsHallts
Hates H ales was tetrad rat guilty tD > of ot the charge chargeof eilargeor dlhBleof
of cemnHctty mJIIIcky bt the munler of Wffltem WffltemE WJtUamE
1 E E 1 Aims t Loiay te ay ia the P Ftaeuing f1ig S Supreme SupremeCourt preme premeC
Court C MIrt < by the jury tat beard 1a ard his trialThe trial trialThe trleJThe
The Jury returned Its venMot a few fewminutes t tmmUles fewinutes
minutes m inutes before rore 3 oclock this afternoon atieraoonafter afternoonafter at ernoon ernoonafter
after having been in deliberation since stDceocIock 5 5oclock 5clock
oclock o clock yesterday The verdict of ac acquittal acquittal ¬
quittal was reached en the fifteenth fifteenthballot AtteenthbaJIot beenih beenihllot
ballot ballotThe baJIotTJte ba llot
The announcement of the verdict was wasfottewed wasfol1e
f followed fol1e by a srlM 4beae te the co eoEt eoEtroom c rt rtroom L
r room Judge Crane C banged ged fats gavel g8 eh In Inaa Inall inas
a aa enact t to tII uell the 011IIIII eanmatian n and anddeputy andHlty saddepety
deputy slwriSs vocal we t through te room roomtryiQo roomartn roomying
tryiQo artn tr ying te stop st stepthe the dIlL dtaJohn dIlLJolin fileJohn
John F Mclatyre chief counsel for forHuins forHams forHams
Hams heart the verdict and collapsed ed in inIlls in111II
Ills chair Be bad hem standing up to tohoar tollear
h hoar what the foreman of the jury would wouldt1T wouldsay
s say Apparently t1T the strain had ben too toofor
meek for bin for he fell into his hsWs chair
his face an ashen hoe and his body 4Iw 4Iwer18g uv uvertog
ertog < like ce a leaf JaThnnk flitThant
Thanlc MentTHTx Jenl ZO of onry eeryHtiis ury uryHalJaS
Haias HalJaS couldnt ceaI speak for a line tim after afterhe aft r rJt
he Jt heard A the t e warns ds so pleasing IIea ng to hint hintWhen himWlaea
When he recovered Ills composure compo Haina Hainarcsked Ha Han5ite Harsrushed
rushed to the Jury box and extending extendingMs ex extendingiris teading teadingkIs
Ms hands thanked ei all the members of orUte ofe
th Ute e body l Qej > d He ° Jwtwmpted ptRrsmpted Judge Cran Cranule c n nI
I J tie jnge w fa the he JIIi4 JIIi4tIIeof dddlle
ule tIIeof of x conu4taMutary osseli c > 1srs i 1 ae speech te the thaJurors thsJerors
Jurors JurorsTo JerorsTe jurorsTo
To add to the exritemeat eXtem eidttmeii t Nay 1I j Jcl JchrBates JclBalas Jot JotHeins
Bates who had ba been down stairs tars i and ariJdMat andttidt ar
dMat learn of the Jury coming Ing ir i belt beltp It i itfaroua itIaroug
tfaroua th rough the door aitbough it vrasbeM vrasbeMby 1 seasFeiy as d
by b y two court officers ors Then Th r proved v vnatch I IDItdt < >
natch for Mai eaf Hates however > r for W he heb b b1JewW h hbowled
bowled b wkd them t eM over as If they were stra straR1Is strawRushdag straw strawHusoteg
Husoteg R1Is up the aWe MaJ Hair Hairshrieked
shrieked repeatedly re Thoney Thoaey ThOIleYThIs Th7
This is isa Va a faiofty pet name n m e tmt for Thornton ThorntonHaias Thonttc1IIaIAs Tiict7stcaHates
Hates HaiasA IIaIAskf
Afotce A kf force ne ceafKfelng b about all the policsad polic JIOlicaBd
sad court attendant in the room set setupon 8 8PM
upon PM Maj Hates n but he shook then tlH rn
off 0 gained his brothers side and the thetwo th thtO
two net t in a strong embrace embraceMaJ embraceMJ embraceMa1j
MaJ Hetes Hem had arranged for or a tel telpnoae telpiIo tele telephoae >
pnoae phoae wire te be kept open n during the theday th thday thday
day conaectfag CO g with the apartrents apart apartT m 7tts of ofhis Q QIds nhis
his mother mocJter3Bl1 aad father fa lr at the Hotel Astor r rTJae11ets
The TJae11ets news nws waskkIT uuickly iy flushed to the abed c cpereats abedarents
parents p arents of Thornton Hates HJIbIDnrrln
Dnrrin Disappointed DIs1polntedDistrIct
District Attorney Ira G Darrte showed s1lowe1pIatai
plainly his dappohitznevt me t over the ac acquittal acquittal ¬
quittal of Hates When asked ilk 111II1 111II1loa opin
ion of the verdict be said
Uad Under l this verdict h is Besieotiy safe safefor safefw safefor
for say person who is s tegeaiotts eaioes eaoogh eaooghd h ht8
te frame up a iet defes diCeDee sc to go eet tt and kill killPrivate kULPrIYatB leftPrivate
Private veagaaace veag K8Ce seeais to have taken takenprecedence takenpcece
precedence pcece 6D e ever the peoples law lawFurther lawP
P Further Uter than to add that I did d cI my myduty myti1ltY
duty as s I saw ft It I have nothing more to tosay tosay tosay
say sayrs
Mrs rs TB8aaa j i t E1nuf E Eo Annh < = widow of orman j a aman
man for r whose murder Mains wa was ac acuiaed aC4tUlU8II
4tUlU8II uiaed was orercome ereaorte by the result of
the trial SIte awaited the verdict in the theFe
Fooatain House about two blocks from fromthe fromthe
the courthouse When she received the thenews theUtat thenews
news that the brother of her husbands husbandsslayer s ssJarer
slayer had be been acquitted she afeaost collapsed col collapsed colJJ ¬
lapsed JJ Secl She was taken into aprivate aPriateroont
room by Mrs Harvey Ha y Rockwell Rockwell wife of ofone
of the BaysWe > e Yacht Club members membersWben
When asked if si she e weald talk about the theveadki
verdict veadki she sberbere said
There is nothing IM taut I IQD can say now DOWIn
In fact fact I dont know jmytiHag itleytl > iug g tb tha fleet I can cany
say y I believe though that la I a day y or orso orso orso
so 1 wiH have a statement to make mekererdlct makeVerdict
Verdict a Surprise SurpriseThe SurpriseThe Scrpriaeverdkt
The verdict came somewhat somew 8t hi the oa oature natwe aaLuce
ture of a surprise About twenty minutes mIoutesto
to 3 oclock word was ens seat to JudgeCrane Judge JudgeCrane JudgeCrane
Crane that the jury wanted farther In Instntctlcms
Etructlons The T e Judge went to t the bench benchand benchand
and sent for the defendant and also for fOthIs
hIs counsel The prosocattoas J06 CetloRs attorneys auerneyswere
were also aso summoned It looked like moro moradeJay moredaisy
delay Hains came < me talc the court vocalsanfliing room roomsnuffling OUlSDw1Ung
snuffling and leaked much downcast Hewas Ha H Hwas
was very pate and It t med seasiedthat Se medtbat
that Ms races was breaking His counsel coeaselala C el elalso
also > appeared W at ease easeIt E EIt
It was just a few minutes before 3 3oclock
oclock when t tM e jury filed beta the tileGnt1ame box
Gentleraea Gentldioi said Judge J e Crane You Youhave you
have asked 00 me See further instructions iior Uons Uonsand
and more time I had hoped that yon had hadreached hadreched hadreacted
reached a verdict verdictWe letYO letYOWe
We have tare steeled slaeatec1r Mr H1U 33 the fore fwemtln foretitan
roan as he leaped to Ms feet with the thejoyous thej thejoyous
joyous j joyous yous air of a bey beyThis beyThos 1 1ThiS
This caused a great commotion Ma IB the thccurt
ocurt roars room ro m hot the Judge Judg a aria w a stepped st ssoPpedit pped ppedIt
it It AU eyes were on tie Jury and the tbttclerk theclerk
clerk was Instructed to interrogate them themas themas themas
as to their verdict verdictGentlemen venIlctGentlemen
° Gentlemen of the Jury drawled the theclerk
clerk what have you to say sa saypis is this de defendant de defendant
fendant guilty or not guU guilty guiltyWe gWlt1We
We Qe find DIm not sum answered mswered1r
llr Hill and and the Acbbub broke loose la laall 11all
all Its fury furFFor furyFor furyFo
For Fo a time It was thought that t Mr MrMclntyrc MrYcInt7c Mr3lcTntyre
Mclntyrc had been stricken with heart heartContinued heartContln heartConitnticd
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