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isesJ3noofof Accusations AccusationsLOTei1DJ AccusationsLoverlug
LOTei1DJ of Masachiietfs U1S nch1 Iet DeclareJi DeclareJies fleclareGhaige5
Ghaige5 es Were GiTen to Mr 11 Ralney flntne
1 17 Men WorKInl for Downfall of ofs oflIllam olWilliam
William lIllam Xe15on Cromwell and lndChac1ep andChar1e
Chac1ep Char1e P Tnft and that Tbe TbeHa They
Ha Iae e No O Founda1oniJi Fonndaton In Pact PactAssaUiag FactAssailing
Assailing R e Henry T TRafney
Rafney of I 1Nai r Ir 1IIs 4s peoas S JDf n the theRouse e eHoase
Rouse in wlllet1le ed cddde4 WHti W1ia W1ia1n eI eIn
1n n Cromwalt CromwEI C PiJalt aD Pr86 Pr86i Pr
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wrongdolAg ddellt 10 the PsDallt PsDalltCanal Paaaapvrcbe
Canal pvrcbe spehes won e BHIM M Mth hi hitile
tile th House yeetenJ yemeithy 1ty R Pertthe PerttheLevering es esLoertng
Levering ot Mwssadm etts 0Ieett e eNtw ef efNw
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ted Bannon of ofEach 0Id 0IdEach
Each of t tkee mQMb4s IS u tb tbUltpraaces
111 Ultpraaces trauces of tile IIIhI 1IMIIIIHr were werewithout Warewfthout
without fotll On and at iimes reswtfd reswtfdt reartd reartdte
t te personal 1ttterance re1at1ve t 9 Mr MrRH MrB
RH B ifey e to wIdth the Dos Deeiuczadc radc em emhers
hers tOOk exept1on exept1onWtien eptroJL eptroJLWhen
When r L verings spaacM wu 1MgUR 1MgURJr beguaMr
Jr Rainey was ab8eat baeiit He lied sarWd sarWdt
t Baltimore te flU an e gagelDeBt at atthe atthe
the LiDCOlu MeII1OI1al odal exercises At the therequest thereQuest
request of Repr RepeautaUv y J Jeii Iua Wedel WedelGaInes WleyGaines
GaInes MrLeWll1ag st l dMt dMtdie nild nilddie
die of his speeeb tIIItfI Mr R w whoIn
1a the meJltMae ba beea be cOglst at at die dieUnion theUnion
Union StatIoII Station returned ie th9 the HHse HHseRainey HeoeeRalney
Rainey VIII Reply ReplyJr ReplyMr
Mr Jr Ramey Ma4ed that lie could act aotml actmke
ml mke ke a reply tenial at aS4ernoe entoeR De DeC1I be beca
C1I U ue b wu w Oftp11d to leave tile tb cit7
bet ad be would speak l reierea to toth totb
th lharg charger agaIwh JIIIII t titer Arat op oppertunt o oportunty
pertunt He kft aboat abo J eeleeic cleek aDd aDdrtb andth
rtb th peehes bes of Mr Olcott ad Mr k kCrt1UY McCrry
Crt1UY We lelJYered lelJYeredThe del3veredThe
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J 1ering erlnb tIat Repces Repes atdYe tadve Raleey Be Betared se secured
cured flODlUie froni the NeW York World Ja JafennaUoa Information
formation reganllng 1 Paacwa ca af affairs a1fafrs
fairs which t8lBlMt f nied e svect ec ML MLRaiaeys MtRiiaev
Raiaeys Riiaev s speech lit wIIIdt wt w WINl No NoCtetawc1
Cl mw Ctetawc1 aM bark p
rlbed M e mrl mee illen of a iuutO er ergxnlad
gxnlad to exploit thither and IIIIJ IKS i iscIie
S scIie of Pa Pnnma PnnmaIt ama
It it may be be said Mr MrI4sbg g Ute theWrLd
w WrLd r11 did no O ortgtnale MIe an tile oralous oraloussttIre 1ocn 1ocnstoM
stoM it p pL1blhed hut ItJl ft coIlIIDm were werepiibftc
P11 piibftc and we do know that the W World Worldi < J
dJrl i give e redence ADd clrcultboa 10 10thun toth
thun th rn
Knowx Perpetratorx PerpetritorMr
Mr Lo LeverIng declared that the the moth metIIII mothod
II cf perpetration of these false state statemonte
monte is known and the 8t of their theirdolD theirdoings
dolD doings reseaIz a chapter 1 the history histOl7of historyof
of Dhckmal blackmailing that Is rare in the tbeJlAIs an ana
JlAIs a Of I ferime erIme Tbe TheoegtIeme deme1J deme1JDo1V11 are arebiown
Do1V11 Their names nam are e known tIIek tIIekaI1ues thuraliases
aliases I Iare are known tIIeIr IIauats are arekIIo re reV
V kIIo laown and tIIeIr plans are areDoes known knownDoeo
Does the ema object jeet te statJeg statJegwho adng adngwto
who they are InquIred Represe RopcoreotaLtvetIeeoo ttlYe ttlYeBl
Bl tIeeoo of Texas TexasMr TetasMr
Mr Levering protested tetI that e VMS VMSJaboriDg s slaboring
laboring under dit1iewlty because r tIt tItnee the theabsence
absence nee of Mr BnIney freIR the dIa tber diiaher
her He admitted that Ite Ai Idpt pet B notify tCytile notifythe
tile IDbIoIs member that Ite was 85 tAt speak Speak0O
011 the s
1 waDt to say e said that these tItesen thesemen
men n have been run iowa sad bcoeht t to tobook tobook
book and It tutDS tur o out t that many et them themare themae
are fs xconvkts vkts and they stand a good goodclaance goodchance
chance of returdDg to the penitentiary penitentiaryAr tialT09 tialT09lr
lr Ar Levering was asked by Mr Sllackle Sllackleford iackle iackleford
ford If dgeow1 for tatorm tloR as to towtlo towho
who the convicts were were but Mr Loved LeveringwouLj g gWGuld
WGuld go DO further than to S state that thatbefore thatbefore
before long they would be odoeej e ID IDtOIUrto Incoon
coon heir DaIlIeS be saW bad been 1teeAbmu beenbrought
bmu brought ht before the grand jaries both h at atWashi atWashington
Washi Washington and New York Yoit all that at atthe atthe
the proper time would beoone known to totilt totin
tilt > general public pUlicJr publicfr
Jr fr Shnckleford Question QuestionHew uestIon uestIonHow
Hew do yeti happen to be familiar familiarwltb familiarwith
with the s of the grand juries juriesJIIJ juriesM
JIIJ M Sbacld tervuked ShCkinZOId naked Before Mr Love Lovering
rI ring could allSwer wer Mr Gaines ol Tenses Tennessee Tensessee
see Inquired he we t 8 a warm per perGlIal peroo
GlIal oo friend < oC wl Wlinm IIam Nelson Ne3so Crom Cromwel1
1 well Mr L Levering a Bllttei that he was wasR wasto
R pondIDg to queotIo by Mr sack sacklerd k ketCTd
etCTd Yr Lp Lqvhg dd be benot
w not a a elle t of Mr Cromwetrs but butthat butthat
that be was a member ef a corporation corporationthat n ntJlat
that hd retained J service services He ralllceil
10 1 sa my how long Kr Cromwell bad hatbeca been
210 empoy employed 4 merely r ng that be was wasDOt wasnot
DOt puttIng JdlB PMkJo ot otg ofbeing
being g interrogated by cJrt wt of Jttetke JttetkeJurtber jusdc jusdcFurther
Further referring to Mr Rainey Mr
Lecerlng ering ad that this gentleman hs hsbeen hasbeen
been made a victim Im er be fa two w willing
to asper asperse e such f fair names a5 t those of ofCh2rles ofCharles
Charles p Taft Taft DotIgQs RGWason RoWnso wn WI WI1ian
l1un Nelson Cromwell R Huger F FaM Farnum Farnumand
aM several others otbersIt othersIt
It was be said a s ameless prostl prostltotion prosGtution
totion o of the priviJege of tree speecl1 speecl1wbih sjieodiwhi1
wbih members enjoyed oa the floor of oftbe ofthe
the House F this 1Itteraace MI
Iprlng was pr promptly mptI c811ecJ to or order er
by Mr Lawrence of Ma Mascnebusetj aclaGsetts who VOOwas whowno
was In the chair ADd admoRta1aed that Jte beShould
Should observe the rules rus IR regard to tothe tothe
the u use or pene persoaaikies persoaaikiesMr ties tiesKr
Kr Levering protested that he e h bad badinentloed d dmenuODed
menuODed JIG o names except tIIt ot 1Ir
Rainey an those which had been spOken
orin of In the Heuse Hou
e ao lit the jlubIk press pressUDlrtT pressDIrty
UDlrtT DIrty Starter Storfe1iMr StarterMr
Mr Loei Lovlng g ak1 ahd t dIrty seriesabeut series storiesabout
about Panama Pana Involving the e integrity or
honorable mea were o1cd for sale dUr
lag hC3ss Jast CaMpaign to the Democratic Democraticat1oaai eratle
NaUouaI at1oaai cm Comniittoe e To the credit or orthe ofthe
the Deniocratj le84ershe lOaders be sek1 Said the r rfuaecl re refused
fused to suetfan nindtuchpublications sucb pUbHcatkms Mom MemConUnuetl MomConUuned
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RlItJm Raltimore re nod Return Si
DaJfimolt Ohio L B R H Hvery
1In very ry SaRlrliay and Sqnda n AR trains
t both h way ways both da dapr xcepz QePtPoal Royal LIm
Ited CIty ofi otlices ces Hli G st and 619 Pa PaT
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T EO Ezoga h InauauaJ Lumber for whole city clQI clQji
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For Ior the District of Columbia ColumbiaIary1and oIurnbia oIurnbiaMaryland
Maryland and Yirgini YirgiiRain YirgiiRaintoday Rain Raintoda
toda today Tomorrow colder and andgenerally andgeneralLy
generally fair light w moderate moderatesoo iaoderatesouthwesterly
soo southwesterly cr wm wincI boming bomingnorthwster1y g gnorthv
northv northwster1y terly tonight tonightHERALD tonightHERALD
lRoaseoIt Talks on n LIRceJ LIRceJIMrs LhoOIN1Mrs
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2Amb ZAmbacados scaao s Speak pe at SI Spring1L Spring1L11News t tews
11News ews eC C AJexaRdria AJexaRdriaLOCAL AlexzidrILOOAL
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ln 1Rahisy k Au4 Au4ar Hunee Hunee1Bnr
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2Medoin MM Dted fur ferPtb6 Police Police4Sbns
4Sbns Ptb6 Natural atuvsl 0 Oa SIlL SIlL5Y Bit5Y
5Y M C A A Molds Ikpd IkpdLARGEST Recevd0LARGEST
Ben Hnrtig Lylu Lyur at Point of Death Deathat Deathat
at His Home HomeNW home6w
NW 6w York Feb 1BeB Rwdg of betlleabieal be thethoalrleal
tlleabieal ftnaeC rm of Hartig Seamen 1I 1Iat lies liesa
at a the HIIRt 0 death at his home 23S 23SSev 3S 3SSevh
Sev Sevh tk aY avoano e Though ugh a Y4 young ung 1M 1Mlair niOlt niOltMr
I lair HtIlUghas Hurug as been doomed fOr three tlueeeatS threeyears
years eatS aad E known it itDr It ItDr
Dr A A B B Tall Ws p1tysiclaR said w wday taday
I day tJlat the maltgnant tumor OR Mr MrH MrIurtigs
I H Iurtigs s WI which is ca causing Jdsde his 4eath 4eathwas th thW3S
was pronounced by Dr BoIl to be the theiA thelargest
largest iA the history of mecai science sdeMeMr scienceMr
Mr IilUgs vitality Is a marvel 1 the thewho thepersons
persons who attend IIIL IIILMRS him1rRs
Presidents DnnrI1ter AId in 3l1cbf 3l1cbfnn 3IIchIgan
gan nn CornefSton Laying LayingGcatJ LayingGram
GcatJ Gram Bapi s Mica FeD 1T e core cereIDOII coremony
IDOII et qiDg the comer stone tGlle of the theaew thenew
new Federal building tills afternoon Oa at attracted attraded
traded 3 Jarge odet3 l01itinyent D for fortJM forthe
the principal 1igtIre ure was Mrs Lrs AJI Alice Rouse Roesenit Rousevolt
nit LMgwortJa Log LogSince
Since 8 ue cer ceremoae llaOldeS WW ware CGR ItICted ItICtedI con4tictedby
I NP Michigan Grand Lodge 9f YUOIIS YUOIISks 3fasoorMrs
Mrs ks Le Loiigwectk gwertk ee could ld piny ac a uV8 uV8p active activepart
p But S stood m the center of t the theptfrni e epIatfonB
pIatfonB acnqet1 Ia a Radnr1R8 gwJI gwJIaDd gewaand
aDd when tile time came htuid banded te t Grand nadXuter GrandMaster
Master He M Moatigue IU a sliver tlvtw trowel trowel1IrkIt trowrIwith
with which the mortar was app w wtile tothe
a aA
tile t0lW t0lWA st
A preo4dOn to make Mrs LoIIgwwth LoIIgwwtha
a unlea 1K1eklaJet lw tills tillsfatle4i uecason uecasonfalied
fatle4i fatle4iI
Cordial nuLl Smiling Farewells Ex Exehnntetl Erchaued
ehnntetl chaued wltl1 Kaiser nt t Berlin BerlinBedIR BerlinBerm
BedIR Fe 13 IlWIthout Wltlteut military dIa dlipIy
118 pIy or other J6eaUT King Edward E4IwwdaM Edwardand
aM Queen Alexandra s started for home home11IIs homethin
thin evealag The Kaiser Prince Henry BeaI7Q Henryat
Q PrtlSEll and King 1idwa Bdsoard went eat 19 tothe
die rabwnrstatlno aII Y staikw iD s ai aiaeTKalser at 01I
aeTKalser x aii QH Queen f Alexandra a id oi
i swed swedThere
There were 2 ce coselderable aWe nber J 9t oftt1sdecp
tt1sdecp and they clteer cheered d the Xaiae XaiaeBDd Eakerand
and his departing guests A large gather gatitecI gatherlg
I et aofaiHss b841 I aesomblot R at the a au etatinat
u wlt Where cordial aw and nd smIIIAg fareweJIs fazeellswere
were exubanged exubangedKing g
KI Bianls last WfiKM war at Ute Uteef door doorSc
ef Ills bl S8IhIeRc88Ch wee We base Jllwesucla bad badsuck
suck a ple saat visit Ant W5e W5edersea W5ederseaKing eu euKinI
King Edward Pleased PJeDlIcdro PleasedLeaden
ro Leaden Fe Feb JA s9J8loftleld state staemeet statemeat
meet isumd tonight sht ess that KJDg KJDgF l3agEdwad
F Edwad wa Is etr extremely pleased I his his1tearty hishearty
hearty reeeptioa by all 11 classes m h BerlIII BerlIIIad Berlinand
ad k cleIIgjit dcilgMted with oe succeer et his JIIsvisit hisvisit
visit visitThe
TIIereawat The reonit at the J coayenl8tlMs coayenl8tlMsbetW4Ell coovermilsasbetween
between tile Brlt1s British JUI German states statesmen statesmes
men Is regarded ed 9Rtite on the Bride side as asJB08t asnisat
JB08t sadl satisfactory e Ky It 1s8eUeft that they tbesrwJIt theywill
will hare aG excellent effect OR ilrterDa ilrterDatIoaaJ laterntiund
tIoaaJ ieIadeus duns dunsChancellor
Chancellor YOn Butlow was assured that thatGreat thatGreat
Great BrItain heartily approved the theFranceGerman
FraaeoGerut8R agreement re regarding g Ko Mo Moruo
1 as teRt11Rg to tester good f fbetweea feeling
between FI and Gen Germany and andthereby
t thereby ebJ materially Influencing the con eoRsoIldatIon consoildatlon I
soIldatIon 0 British and German friend frleDdsbi friendship
sbi ship Germany was Iso MS8red nure that thatGreat thatGreat
Great BrItaIns poKey in the Dear East Eastwas Eas Easwon
was Ir directed ted at the mabttenDOe of peace penceand
aa the status quo and Chancellor VOlt VOltBueloW v vBuelow
BueloW gave tile w welcome e assurance that thatGe thatGermanys
Ge Germanys aim there Is identical with withthat withthat
that or Great J1itaio J1itaioRAINEY Titain TitainRAINEY
Anania Club Member Sntbfied Sntbfiedwitb Sut1fledsItli
witb Source of His Jntorm3 TnforinaIq TnforinaIqBaltimore lou louB
B Baltimore Feb 12 Representative RepreseDtatieRaJR67 RepresentativeBainey
RaJR67 who was here eIe this afterROel to tospeak tospeak
speak at file LJ Lincoln centennial held JteJclvlMler heldunder
under the auspices or t the e GernNUlAaerl GernNUlAaerlcaR
caR LlDCGia CJ89 Club was asked what wba reply replyhe reptybe
he would make to the statemeats of Rep Repra RepresentaUve
ra resentaUve RttiYe Levering He replied repliedube
ube The fnrenUon upon pon which I L buses busesmy
my accusations I receiVed from frwn frwnlntely aheo aheo1ut
1ut lntely e1y > reliable S soIrces Jrces and I mil wu reply replyto reptyo
to t o Mr IAVer Levering Jog Dd everybody who s spooks spooksin
ill the same Maa at the very eulle8t eulle8topporluDItT earthtopportunity
opportunity OR Ute floor of the Hue HeaseThe HueThe
The statements of Lov Levering brl tJe with withfaiseboMs withfalsehoods
falsehoods I did not have the s sinfonnatiol1 sl1glstes sl1glstesnformation
infonnatiol1 I from 11Ie thoeurcee an06 he JRCatIoRs JRCatIoRsu meatlosabut
u but I repeat froet nHft sources absellltelrellable absellltel absanteiyreliable
reliable rellableFOUND reliableFOTJITh
Mystery In Death of GCOriOc Dodsonon Dodson Dodnonon
on Blue Ridge RIdgcSpedalt RidgeSpeit
Spedalt Speit ne W Waahissl eaId eaIdLmay l1ea l1eaLuray
Lmay Va Feb lAfter being menu HIntIin menuIn
in a dying condition and carried t to a atarmhotlSe afarmhouse
farmhouse near by George Doos Doosforty aged agedforty
forty years ears d died d yesbni yesterday hi R phamaGck Rappabazmock
hamaGck County < vnty DodSGR was totllld totllldw us uswnt
w wnt t Is known as Ute HazIetop a spur spuror spurof
or the B Blue Ridge aDd when iscOvered iscOveredwas J4sveredwas
was SUpl suppese QseP to be under the JAftueoce I I
of Jiquoo 1tpr tp the syMptoms sRowa sRowaby ibow ibowb I
by b Dodsen 1DdJcated indoated that bit was aloe a1o1aboring aloelaboring
1aboring laboring und undac the Influence ee ef se sepoison somepoison
poison poisonlIe poisonHe
lIe was unaWe u bl to shoe all Intelligent intelifgentaecount Intelligentaccount
account of oftis is condition and and S6 aCter aCterhe aiterhe
he died of his stomach was removed and an4an andsent
sent an to Was Washngthn ngton for analysis analysisToclny analysisToday
Today nt Slonn8 140 G fit fitA
A lot of desirable househokl and office
furniture will be sold at SIoanp lifi G GSt
st today at 16 a a m ln Inelcdlug tdlng a marble
bootblack sta stand d c c and at 1 JL m a lIne
breugbam harness S2 sadIe 1e c c aU wIth wIthout wI wIot
out reserve Dealers and private buyer >
invited invitedFrank InvitedFrank
Frank IJbbey t en Ca N Y ae and GUt Ct t
TO M MARTYRS RTrWS lifE lifEPresident LIFEPresident
President and Others 8 Speak SpeakOn > eak eakon
on On Lincoln Centen Centenary CentenaryThEME rJt rJtTillJME
Cotner St S1tnif naofM 3lemnorial nlQrial > Ha11 Ha11Is lIaflis
Is Laid on Lincoln Farm FarmarbI FarmMarblStrucureWIIl
MarblStrucureWIIl arbI Suuct nre Vnl Shelter Little LittleLog LittleLog
Log 2tbln Cabin Where Vh re tIle Emnn Emancipator Emancipator1Vns l ntor ntorVa
1Vns Va DorJlDllJtintthlhed Men En EnIOJz Euiogtz
IOJz Hb Ilre LIf and CnreerYet CnreerYeterans CareerVetcrane
crane Uho Fought on Both Sides SIdellDuring SidesDuring
During the War nr Are 1e Present PresentLoaceta
1 11Anc9tR
1Anc9tR FaI1tt H lgIP1He Ky Feb Feba
a iTho P PresIdoL eat Of C le United States StatesGot
00 Got FolK el MISsouri and Gov Wilson Wilsonof VlUsont
t Kentuck7 and se scores res of the dI dIntin dIntingalahad tln tlngaIsAed
galahad guests portielpated pated hero today in inUte Inthe
Ute exercises 1 Incident to the la laying lng ot otthe ofthe
the Corner store of Lincoln Memorial MemortaJHaiL MemorialHalL
HaiL HalLOn
OR Ute spot when Dee stood tood the Jog Jogcabtn logcabin
cabin Ia UAtok t the e emancipator was born bornthere bornthere
there will mae a beautlful structure ot otDe ofstone
stone De aDd marble which shall stand as 8 8I apermanent
I permanent t monument to the memory cf cfI ofLincoln
I Lincoln and a shrine to which his de deI de dePotees
Potees may 7 9 8ft pilgrimages In thei theit theiTIle the thetature
I t tature tatureThe
TIle drtmII JrIadag s rain which tell iioarty oarly ail allmorning 1
llllOl1l lg 1IWne tile oecasIeA to som some someextent l lI
I extent extentLg 1
I I Lg IItg Were the eurds exercises begun Ute thett
i teat which heel been ea erected m slte1ter slte1terI uboiterthe II
I the crowd was aDecI with spectators and andthe j jI
I Ute muddy rued lending frost Ho Hodgen Hodgenstile gen genme
me to the turn was live with vehicles v8bk1eOf vehiclesof
Of 8V ovary C7 deecrlpdoR The Pretr Preot Preotparty t d dP8rtY
party were driven jfl a carria carriage from bni bniHodgevftle I
JI4xIgeJi1 e StatkMa t9 tile farm tarmI farmPresident
I President Wildly Cheered CheeredPresident
President RO Roooecett Mett aDd the gvi 1C of ofue ofthe
ue occasion eiloried by b the xmounte1 xmounte1police tmtel
police and the JMLqoftJe trooJ erS reach react1M reachad
ad the grounds at 1tJS p m in lie was waswlldty waswildly
wildly cheered When en t the e President t Ok OkhIB tookhis
his plQeo rtce 011 tJat th speak speakers Cs stand stalMloere standthere
there W were 16 tally ful1 UM present aDd t e
elte cheering was reaewri reaewriTIle reaewe reaeweTha
TIle President Mrs Mm Roosevelt Rooseveltnd nd Miss MissEthel MissBihol
Ethel Roosoreit W were C accompanied led to Ute Utestaad thestand
stand by Gov PeIk Ge Guy WIllson Gen GenWright GenWright
Wright aa Gea Grant Wilson Tile Tilewap Ttebaud
baud wap wn pyIag Ute Star Spangled BaA BaADer Bannor
nor 3Ia ana My My Old Kentucky Home 1 Mm MmWilson s sWJIJiioR
Wilson aJ occupied a place OR t the thestand o ostaRCI
stand staRCITIle standThe
TIle only l incident e tile presidents trip triper ti1pever
I ever er tu the was tJt the breaklns breaklnsUI1aam 9 9thehanaeasa
UI1aam thehanaeasa tale IICth at tho hQrses h rses of fthe ftheCIIInIage the themrrlage
i CIIInIage cdiItaJIIIDg Capt pt Far1Q Farloy State Statetreutlrer Statereasurer
treutlrer t reasurer Attorney General Breatbltt Breatbltt and andal andsevers
severs al others Nobody bo y was burt how however howevar
i ever and tM Mon W3 not long loogtlelaed longdelayed
delayed tlelaedRev delayedwHey
Rev E L I Powell or Louisville d llv llved livaced
aced ed the Invocation and Go Got Will5oD Willeenacted Will5oDacted
acted II IIIiiaier oC ceremonies Go Gay Folk Folkwas Folkwas
j was tile first speaker er or the occnsloa and anclafter andafter
I after welcoming the guests launched Into IntoAD Intoan
AD eIoqODt tribute tobe to the memory 8l 8lAfter efLincoln
Lincoln After G Gov Polk Polk be introduce introducePulliant IntroducedPrdsnt
Pulliant Reoreoelt eJt amid the wildest ap apdoeoe p pIIIIIIee
IIIIIIee doeoe Hare e was a QUd call ot we cat catsee cantsee
see you
Mounts a Chair ObnfrThe ChairThe
The PPeIJIieat Pred est tllereu tberesioa OQ 1Do moented nted R RdaaIr achair
chair te tile great delight t of the crowd crowdSQlDg crowdusyleg
SQlDg SQlDgIf usylegtf
If tf you hear me me Y yen caR see me meThe
The Pre Weat tt created ted ageat a 18111 loigbwhen
when he e declared before b beginning ginl Dg his hisspeech I I
weeeh rhece stands a Republican Republicangovernor j jenMr
governor enMr of Kentucky which State Statet Statewent
went t Democratic at the last election aD4l1 aD4l1forater and anda
a former Deaaocratlc governor or MIs MIssonil 1181 1181I
sourl which State at the last election electJemweat electionwent
I went Repablleap RepablleapI RapublisanThere
There was wild cheering when he de dedared dedared
dared that Is Secretary of War Var was a aCoaf9 aCoiifedorte
I Coaf9 nlte T yoteena tenm who people declared declareddid declareddid
did nt beiosg to h his s Political party pertyI partyBat
Bat e voted ed right In the last four foursaid fontelectlo
I electlo s said t President The Frost Presldealt Frostdent
dealt was given the closest attention attMUonThe attentionThe
The Prellident Address AddressIn
18 part Pr President 5ihlent Roosevelt spoke as asIows asfellows
fellows fellowslTe Iows IowsWe
We EVe met here to celebrate the tbe1f thewith
1f aDlversiIY C tile birth of one of oftile ofthe
tile tw greatest AJlterkans of one of of1M ofthe
1M two or three greatest men of the thelIIeteeatJa thenineteenth
nineteenth century of f one of the greatest greatestmew greatestmen
mew in tM worlds history ldstoljThIs historyThis
ThIs 1iJI tillsplitter pIIUert this is boy who p passed passedtts ed eds
tts s ungainly youth JR tile dlrefCnorQ of ofi ofthe
i the poorest ol tile frontier folk folk whose wboseI whoserise
lee was s b by weary aDd painful nful labor laborJlyecl laborlived
I lived to lend his hI peopl through the theburning
burning tk4Thea of a struggle from which whichUte whichthe I
I Ute BatteR emerged purified as by fire fireborn fireborn
born anew to a loftier Ute After long longyeats I I17eats
17eats r Iron erort and ot failure that thatmore I II
I eame more of often tea than victory he at last lastrose
rose to t Jeaderslllp or the republic at atthe atthie
the MOment w when eDthat that leadership bad badbecome hadbecome
become the stupendous worJdtuk ot the theHe theHe
He grew t to mow greatness but never neverease neveranse
ease Saece Suecese came t him but never never1Iapp neverhappiness
happiness me saie that which springs from fromwen fromdoing
doing wen a painful and a vital ltal task taskPower taskPower
Power was his but not pleasure pleesureAlike pleasureAlike
Alike In Esscltilb EsscltilbAs
As a peeple poope we are Indeed beyond be3ondte beyondmonsure
te monsure svre t fortnisato iii the charactars o oUte of ofthe
Ute two grsatesre our public men menWukingtOD nen nenWashington
Washington and lincoln Widely though thoughthey thoughthey
they dtesd 1ft externals the Virginia Virginiaiu VirginiaInnded
iu Innded gentleman and tM Kentucky i back backwoodsman ack ackwoodsma1
woodsman t1Ieywere they were alike in essentials cssonUaisthey I I1Iey
they were alike In the great qualities qualitiesW qualitieswhich
W rendered each able to render senie sen service
ie te his D8t1o and to all mankInd such suchother suchus I I II
us no other Othetnn I1 of his generation could couldor couldIkl
or ° did r render renderEach r
Each had lofty Ideals bat each JI JIstrh1Dg 1i 1istrlvlng4o I i
strh1Dg strlvlng4o o att attain ln these lofty ideals was wasguided wasguided
guided by the soundest common sense senseEach sensemach
Each possessed inIIexIbIe courage in nd ndverslly adversity
verslly aIld a soW wholly unspo1ed by byprosperity by byproSperity
prosperity Echp Barbpossessed ssessed all the gentler gentlervirtues gentlervirtues
virtues commonly y exhibited by gOod men menw1lo menwho
who Jack rugged strength of character characterVideir characterWldeIy
Videir though the problems of today todayuttar tadaydigez
uttar tr train m the problems set for solution solutiontG
tG Washington when lie founded this na natiOn
dim to Lincoln wben he saved it and andfreed andrtei
freed the sta slave e yet t the qualities they theyshowed theyshowed
showed In meeting these problems are aree are areexactly
e exactly ctly the same as those we should shouldshow shouldshow
show in doing our work today todayFollowing todayFollowing
Following the address by the PresJ President President0ev ent entGo
Go 0ev WilIson 110011 of r Kentucky entuck spoke In be beContlnuCdon beContinued
ContlnuCdon Continued on Pnge2 Column ColumnSpecial u uSpecial
Special prices lQmau11r for zuguraii ist n ndz ndza
Ilihabftnnt1l I habitat Fle Flee from Villnge1l Near Nearthe ear earthe
the Mexican Volcano VolcanoMexico VolcanoMexico
Mexico CIt City Feb 12The peQple ot the th thvicinity
vlch vicinity ty e of CoUma volcanoare volcano are greatly greatlyterrorized greatlyterrorized I
terrorized by an ruptlon ptlon or unusual vroj ViO ViOlence
lance or that mountain according to dis dispatches I Ipatches
patches re recelvdd eld4 here from Zroxnpints I jJlnts in that thatsection that thatsection
section sectionIt sectionIt
It is IsWtated Wtated ted that a pillar r fire ghQ ghQtro sho shofrom
tro from the enter several hundr uRdIJd d te feet t1nt into intothoate 1 1tho
tho thoate ale and that ther was a heavy saIL saILof faILj
of ashes In the towns Q Ql CoUma l1ma T Tuy Tuypnn xJ
v pnn Uld other nearby v1ates plates Many Manypeqp1e Manypeople
people led to the hills hUIsTJtehme hillsThe
TJtehme The mes have started t restfireS restfireSlIpoft rest fhea fheaupon
upon the sides or the mouR m9ImtaIp and prop propcrty rp rperty
erty Is endangered An etlorm eeorinou 1k 1kof QW QWof
of Jtt Iava Is reported The small vl1 viliagea viliageaat gcit gcitat
at the baa baneof or tM 1ftOtIntain ha have e b bdeserted n ndegertti
deserted bythelr by their Inhabitants haltaltltantsFEAR Inhabitantsii
DuslneJI Men len Declare DeIJrcl DenreO1p DenreO1pFol1oua lo loFolI
FolI Fol1oua w Dr Dry VIctory VIctoryLagaagjxrt ctor J Jt
Lagaagjxrt t Ind lad Feb 12 12The Tile Caf2tnJ fast t tthe tthe
the temperance people are circulating je jetltlODS petubas
tubas In this country for the calling ct eta etalocal 31 31local
local optie optl election caused four l fLo fLogansports Lo Logansports
gansports business men en to Visit bim beur beurand I Iand
and champagne m IiL 1n order toCrn toCrnwhat to towhat
what effect local option has on bus bui buiIntarests = si siInteceets
Inteceets Three are proprietors oft1fe oft1fec1tys ofthecitys
c1tys dry geode Btor stores S and the other a aleadlag aloading
loading druggist druggistThe rugst5tI
I The report which has be been n subI1J1t d dto dto
to tJae lie BustRUS Me55 Meas AssocisUonays AssocisUonaysthere usocfriUon usocfriUonthere
there as been a business depression CIn CInbt is isboth
bt places and that the business businessare nen nenare
are am anxious OHS or a return 10 the oldcon oldconditions old con condItlons
ditions ditionsMRS
KILLED BY AN AUTO AUTOSisterinlay AIOSisterinlaw
Sisterinlay of Col Cola Ans n nG
G McCook Run Do DoODD DowirL DowirLODD
inJured woman Tontan Brought 1oHOWJe 1oHOWJeb toHouseby
b by Strangers Who Give FfctJtlou FfctJtlouXantelllXone FIct1iIounmesone
XantelllXone nmesone Knows Wbe he Accl Accl1ent AccIdent
dent < OccurredVictim Re Reiaed laed In InChleAoWlntered
ChleAoWlntered In ew Jersey JerseyNew JerseyNew
New York Fob 11MrsE l1M B R H Idook
sixty years ekl old wldewr widow f G Edwin EdwinS EdwinS
S S McCook lcCook died this attemoo1tat the theresMeoea theresidence
residence or hat 1KoUIerJR btborla4aw w Cot CotAReOa CatAneon
AReOa G McokoC McCeolc of lajllde which abe sbesustalMd abeaustabsad
sustalMd hi being run over er 1ty l1A auto auto1DObIIe automublie
1DObIIe 1DObIIeThe mublieThe
The strM stroogeot eet feature ol tke fs tragedY tragedYwa tragedywas
wa was Jb8t that nc one e be beoond tl who whoWOUld whowould
WOUld own to1aowl to Icowlg g g vbere vbereMrs ere ereMl1S
Mrs MeCesic seSj l t3tbdt tkJled tkJled1I6tQoIlte kIod kIodb
1I6tQoIlte b The inK ld lutorastic oa 1ftiReto caae Ute UteIa theeornerz
eornerz oee Ia tIt form of iWI a amessage booe booe1Ies
1Ies message from Dr D s S BIwr of East East5n6lltleth EastSfveatieth
5n6lltleth strMc who tdulioned to ray MIYdiMlt raythat
diMlt that u It result of HlIIIt a Jmoeiced Gown Gownslid dewsand
slid run OYer 1W aA automobile XT Mrs Mc McCook c cCk
Ck Md just died t the JISeU MeCook MeCookm MeCookhems
hems m West ntt7fowtk str strHer strot strotHer
Her Home in ChIcago ChIcagoAt
At t McCook bums a aJOrter subee subee1I1MUItJs subeeanoatly
1I1MUItJs Ot obtained lDed these details Mrs Mc McCook McCook
Cook whose Inane was 1ft Chicago had hadDeeD hadbeen
DeeD spendlag tile winter Sa Bttglewo BoglewaodN d dN
N J 1 wI Mends Her dauglt daughter was wasfIeI wasvielting
fIeI vielting at Cot ADMR XeCoeks house 9USeMrs houseMrs
Mrs itlcCoek came 10 New York tod today todayintendlag 7 7l
l te cJIag to take luncheon at Use McCook McCookhH McCogkboom
hH B7 appointment t s she e met her her1IIete herniece
niece CeL MeCeoks daughter some SGmewhere somewhere
where > ptowa and they paid a a social wI callAbout i
About n ocIock they parted at Eighty Eightysixth
sixth street D4 Ce Central Park West MISS MissMcCook i
McCook eCook cNRe downtown to shoP while whileher I
her aunt Intended Cp tq cross Central Park PatIcto I
U Madmen aVeA avenue come OR a Madison Madisonavenue I IaveaHe
avenue car to Plttyfoarth street and andtheMe andthence
theMe toot to Ute house houseShe I
She tbIl Bet arrive at tAe appointed appointedtime appointedtime
time time aDd her daughter and Miss McCook Mccookwere I Iwen
wen beeemIDg uneasy when ea an antoine antoinebile
bile Wove up to the theFall house houseFall
Fall to Question Men MenTwo
Two men men ODe dressed re ted < as a chauffeur chauffeurItftecl chauffeurlifted II IITwo
lifted AIrs Irs Mcl ok > out of the ambulance ambulancelUtd ambulanceandbrought
lUtd andbrought rog t her Indoors in their arms armsS armsShe
S was 1mCODSdous and evidently badly badlybun badlyhurt
bun In tlIGIr th grief aDd excitement the thetwe thetwo
two young women naturally failed to toquestJen toquestion
question these men closely The visitors visitorsstayed itors I Istayed
stayed ja long eAOug enough to my that Mrs MrsMcCOOk MrsMeCocic
McCOOk had been nm down by an auto automobile automobile
mobile somewhere in Madjson adJson avenue aenuepre8Ulll8iy avenuepresumably
presumably while abs was changing street streetcars streetcars
cars J JIIavlAg
HavIng told this uch th the two men I IJniirled
Jniirled hurried oUt oUt jumped jun HI thek automo automobile antomobjI
bile bjI and drove rove rapidly away awa They gave gavenames gavenames
names and a addresses wWch the police pellcasaki policesaid
said later bad proved to be atltlous flotitloinsGIRL atltlousGIRL
Depresed 0 Over T Study dY eX3ln exIagia exIagiarates
rates Daughter Inhales Gas GasPelham GasPeiham
Pelham N Y F Feb b l2Depressed over oerstudy overstudy
study Florence Wahl d daughter hter of f for forrner r rmer
mer Magistrate CharlesS charles S Wahle com committed coinmuted
muted suicide thIS thI attomoo afternoon In an atti attiroom attic atticroom
room of their home iR Pelham by Inhaling Inhalinggas Inhalinggas
gas Magistrate WaJde returned early earlyin earlyIn
in the afternoon and rnak1 makteg g anfn an 1nes 1nestigatlon es estlgatkmdis
tlgatkmdis tigatlon discovered ered gas gas coming from one oneof oneof
of the rooms roemsHe roomsHe
He broke Op D the 4ieor and fgundhts fgundhtsdaughter fundh1daughter
daughter lying OR the bed close to death death I
A physician was hurriedly called and andwerked andworked
worked OWl the girl f fr r nn hour but butshe II
she died diedMBN tiled1EN
L LEffort
Effort of Church to Aid Thiemployed Thiemployedot ne Plod II
ot n Sncc Success SuccessNew
New ew York York Feb D f forty men menlooking
looking for Jobs some or thomgraj Then gra grahaired r
haired and Jl with their rs bidden Jliddenbeitlnd biddenbehind
behind long black masks consented t tappear toappear
appear ta Ute role of White srav sravat SIaes SIaesat
at th the Parkslde Pr Presbyterian yterHm Chbr Chiirjt tr in inFlatbush inFlatbush
Flatbush this evening whll while E T TughUn TOLoughlin
OLoughlin ughUn the a aathor t or of the scheme scheme111ared schemeplayed
played the part of auctlonaer and pre protended
tended to sell theta to the highest bIdder bIdderThere bidderThere
There wer were five hid 1ers and they prom promis Promised
is ised to give l1veot five of Ute me men behind the themasks themasks
masks some kind or employment emplovmentfter employmentAfter
After fter the had been put through th thprocess the theprocess
process there were n4 no offeis r from the thecrowd thecrowd
crowd w which kh thronged the church churchL2i churchsi
L2i si to Baltimore end Return
Saturdays and Sundays via 18 PennsylvanIa
Rallnad Tickets good returning t1ntlI
Sunday night All regular traIns except
the CoDgresroon lI Limited LiriUtcLnf LiriUtcLnWe LimitedWe
We jave have just the lumber Y you U want W211tc
ll Classes of Men Unite to toExtol toExtol
Extol Elnai1cipatorMARK Elnai1cipator BiuaiiipatorA1L
GIOW G1owi1lEu1QgicsA1eDe1ivered G1owi1lEu1QgicsA1eDe1iveredMasonk l1g EulQg esA1e eliveredi eliverediI eliverediin I
in Masoni TemIJlea TemIJleaI TemIJleasrth Tenipie Tenipietorth I
torth srth and SonthBTen Sonth Been 4l 11 the theI theAmerIcnJl theAmericas I
Americas CJn Clup Hands hi in Common CommonTributeLocal i iI I
rributeIocal TributeLocal Ob Obscrviyice crvap e Deftt DefttCapltnl Befits BefitsCapital
Capital or XntlollF NaiJonFzimous mons speaki speakiex Speak Speakera
ex T TlI 1l of the anuwUUer8 Rz isplitters Life Lifeand i I iI iand
and Great Achievements AchievementsNationwide I iI I iI i iNaUonwide
Nationwide to sapeb1ngbng pe giAg together togetherIn
In united t trWe alt aJitlODlo 4seos and ad1 ad1tloniof
tlODlo moo tile Liest500ry ewiiLof of r Abisbani AbisbaniLlnonlns am
Llncolns birth birth wU ns ce1ebrat ceiebratGd el 7 yestorday yestordayWashington ay
Washington en tile scene or Is mighty mightyachievements
it achievements legemeats R of II h1 martyrdom oo oh ohserved
served > the dy day iA R manr 1t b aMttiltg the tJIeCapltalo theCapithief
Capltalo t Nation aD an rendered unto untothe I Ithe
the Emnclpator so e catIIoIIc lid D Atthit btIful
hit a trl ttIbUte ute that It gaVli gav new sflldenace sflldenaceto e I Ito
to the words Tberels There Is 116 North and andthere i ithere
there Is 110 South there is a a cea ceacause I II I
C cause and a cOlRlaOIl atry csaatryNot
Net mer merely i ueNor the North I a nod the Sooth SOtItduped Soothclasped 1
duped bands Dds ill Ute obmre e et Ute thed I Iday
day d s but aU the theAiRMssader Aasei4ae Aasei4aeAmbassador
Ambassador Nabeta Of o B sall WtIIJ n e e1pOkeswaa thespokesman
spokesman or Latin Ames4ea ertM a8d aa he at att6 attooted
t6 tooted te ucIas mighty Influence fteBCe t tI tward to toward I
ward setting t the e sieves free IR that eMIB eauntr
tr trPar eMIBI I
Jt Par r t the e South T Thomas e N Nelson Page Paespqke I IspQke
spQke 2B never lisa Soatberum dehoared dehoaredso ena i iEO
EO just aJaQ NMnPl oomprebeaiu a appreel appreelatlOi I IOa
Oa Of the man wile preserved the Union UaIGnUoroover UnionMoreover
Moreover be e claimed Lincoln for VirgIn VirgInIas I Ilas
las awn and gave strong iA8 proof t lie hepossessed
poases possessed ed Southern blood bIoo4Intimate bloodIntimate II IIpoases
Intimate Side Shown ShownThe to toT
T The venerable former S Senator 3eIaa BI 3 3Henderson
He Henderson ers w whose oEe career Is later tateriwloeti ecl i
with that of tile Baaclputer Wpat although
ill his own WOl words S he 9 1UII8Ii wa aves a c1repraeDted
represented a siaveowatag State de dena de dean
na eloueot eAt address wellllllg p tile tilemtimate theintimate
intimate side of Lincoln LIDceIoSpeaker LincolnSpeaker
Speaker Cannon chanict eheractorizod It as eRe eReo oneof
o of the truest deUaeat1on6 0 LIaeeIRs LIaeeIRster Lincolnscharacter
character ter he bad fter Mari beard aM aMttttQaI hoped L Lhhuiii
hhuiii ttttQaI J be ioerved ei for tIte be 11 bent I Ith
bf th tbAiitties tbAiittiesMany iin 0
Many a WIc voice was raItM4 rl4to I Rerda7t
to yesterdaythe erda7t e eloquent t and the theeR plain plainpaken
paken eR t derkaf SIN the Jq k Some S08IepOICC Somee
pOICC e rot SJt nosom of a MId MIdsre fa fagreat
great 1 individuals and others spoke Mat Mattor butfor
for t themselves es The resposae wac CIUBy CIUByre eqoaiiysincere
sincere re aDd blo glowing whether r It came camedalaty came1rpm
1rpm daInty JddgJoved hands handshorny or tile tilehorny
horny hands Of the suns ol toll tollI tolLThe
The o IciaJ ob8ervl 0 be day wu watheld
held In the YaM MasonIc fc Temple 1ft the after atteraGOP afternoon
I aGOP noon before poeslbly I tIIf th largest gat1aer gat1aerlog gatbmlag
log which Us yet assembled hi dIG thortorium audI audIt
t rtuca toriumIadet rtucaUr
Ur the leadership or Coemduolonec CoemduolonecMacfatland er erMadarlan4i
Madarlan4i a JKogIaae of ofbreacJth great greatbreadth
breadth aDd catMIIdty was carried out outamoDg outamong
among the speakers Ite1ar Justice C8 Wendell WftIdeIlPhIDps WendellPhitipe
PhIDps Stdonl Stgord or the Supreme Court Courtor Courtof
or the Di e CohmIhIa TIIeI8as Nel NelSjrt
Sjrt Page Joseph G CalmeR Cannon Speaker or ortI olthe
tI How or Reprece Reiesentatlves taUftS t01Mler t01MlerSeDater formecSenator
Senator John B Hen Henderson ersoa who pound I Ithe
the fOUC Rth amell amendment lDBt or the e astltuU Con Constitutkin
stltuU stitutkin n abolishing slav slavery IUI4 IUI4Nabuco Joequla I INabuco
Nabuco Ambassador oC IkazIl azfl
Many lan of the churches rie rich aa hue JrabIeservices hueheld
held services among them tile New York YorkA YorkAvenue
A Avenue veDe Presbyterian Church the Wash Waslalegton Washlngton
legton Hebrew Congregation U St StA1o St StAIos4ns
A1o AIos4ns Church ChtIRhOrgaalzed ChurchOrganized
Organized labor paid aprupdale tribute ttIbatein tributein
in the Ce Ceptrai > tr l Labor Union Ja tthe eventag eventagamong
among the speIL speakers ers being Pre PresidentGumpers ld atG
G Gumpers T v Pow Powderly erb t of UN BureUI BureUIor Buteonof
or Immigration DepElrtJIIeJlt of eeer Commerce Commerceand e eaDd
aDd Labor and enai La La PeIIette and acdGw andGore
Gw Gore
Societies ofetIe Pa FaT Honor HonorThe HonorThe
The Military Order of tile Loyal Legion L6tIoRgave Legiongave
gave a banquet at Rau6eItecs and many JIIfUIYother manyother
other pQ posts a and Societies Gt the theor vutomna vutomnaof
or the civil codlct PBJd pal MMr to their theirgreat theirgreat
great leader leaderX leaderA
X JargQ Mrg number or smail clubs and 0 so sodefies
de defies les did Mt let the holiday 11 With kh
out combh cotnbiningamuseuient ng eat and memorial memcJCialexeclses
execlses for the benefit of their JReIII JReIIIbeci
bets betsProiiilnent
PromlneAt among those who spoke spokewere spokewere
were those those Tenerabl renerabiejtnimbitants ts with an anIknewLincoln
6 knewLlPCOJn tbeDle tbeme rich in anec anecdote anecdote
dote and story WashInton Wg Is studded studddth studdedwith
with dUmers wb whose paths cro ctoaredthose
those ef 1 the martyred Prealdeat PrealdeathIs during duringhis
hIs eventful car career tt tile Capltal aDd aDdout andout
out of the hallowed past t they ey brought brovglltforth broughtforth
forth many a t plain and commonplace e ecldeAt In Ineldent
cldeAt which III the per perspectiveof eo nearly nearlyhalf 17 17half
half a a century reveal the true greathesa ae8IJ ae8IJor
or the maR maRThe manThe
The da day was ft l Inspiration to yo3ng yo3ngand
and e1d old anji anl emphasized tile fact that thatthe thatthe
the time Is ripe for OM building or a asre agreat
sre great t natioMal memorial toLIacoIn to lincoln tA tAthis Uithis
this city as t jinal naI tribute or the Amec Ameclean AsnerIran
lean peopfe peerIeAlthough
Although declaring that a memorial memorialwould
would not add o one Inch 1D the stature 8f ofLincOln
Llnco LincOln In as a national cbancter Speaker SpeakerCannon SpeakerCannon
Cannon placed 1 on 1ItOId a ta f fvatlag
voring a great memorial Ia VasIIIDtoa Washlagtesat
at the Ma Maafc C1I C Temple sb rvanee rvaneeI I
1 Am heartib In SJIUiIatby with wttItmovement the themovement
movement movement t to perpetuate his memory with withmonuments I
monumeatsfor monuments for the beae t ef tile Tiring Jfvtagsaid Tiringsaid
said the Speaker LincOln was tile thegrandest
grandest character of aU He was a aplain aplain
plain simple maR like 1H unto to the lf MerIn
in many respects Br birth aDd by bystruggle
he e came tG II know w what the great greatmass
mass or the plata people peopleKept believed believedept
Kept ept Bounds ofWisdorn ofWisdornHe of Wisdom WisdomHe
He saw that einanctpatIeQ enanctpatloa was only onlya
a QUestloR of tbne time but De wag Wise Wiseenough wiseenough
enough not to bO too far In n a advance vaa f ftbe ofthe
the peop1ein people hi pressing this belief TheT TheTsay meysay
say he was 1 s great sWcy teller and aRdclown andclown
clown and tyrant YOIlcaanot You caano and one oneword oneword
word in aU his B speeches S that was ma malicious malicious
licious He ItPP appreciated ted t d the nairerse nairerseI iTOIe
I belIeve 1 tkere ere 15 JDOJe patriotism bt bttelHgenee in intoihigeace I
telHgenee and earnest effOrt inday In Inthe itithe
the United Stales than ever beibre Never NeftiCont1nn NeverContinued
Cont1nn Continued d on Page U Col Column Columnii mn mnstZ
stZ ii to B Baltimore ttlmorc and Return ReturnVIa ReturnrIa
VIa rIa B Bditlnore tUrore and Ohio RatrGed te qand sdayand
and tomorrow tomorrowFrank tosnotrowPrank
Frank Libbey Libbe If b Co N Y ave and 6thst 5th at
1 have had the privilege privi1e of ofknowing ofknowing
knowing Mt If Taft for sev several severalyears ral ralyears
years and the more IhClreknown IhClreknownhim Ihave known knownhim
him the more r I have havlerned leamed to tohOnor tohonor
hOnor and esteem him himlJIn hirnIn
lJIn In com common on witli vithSo o manyof manyofmy many of ofmy
my fe11ovtjzens eilowcitize s I have be been beencapffvated n ncapt
capt capffvated vat d byfh by tl smile that thatgl thatgIenis
gl gIenis 11s on his countenancethe countenancethesmile countenancethesmile
smile that vill i11 not go outbe outbecause out be because
cause it c comes ines from th the heart heartom heart1lom
1lom om Christfat Christian b benevolence evolence and andovedknvsvithc andoverowsvith
ovedknvsvithc the milkof h human humankindness man mankindness
kindness kindnessThe LI LIThe
The people IelJf f the thc United UnitedStates UthteciStates
States have elected l f tp tt the high highoffice highoffice
office of fPeii4t Piesici 1ta a man ua whose whosdevotion whosedetotidlli
devotion tIi his cou will not notlie I Irestnlii1ed
lie restrained by paiy rty lines Oi Oibi orby
bi narrow personal or sect starian starianpolicies rian rianpolicies
policies policiesHe policies policiesHe
He will be President of the theentire theentire
entire co country ntry and I am sure surethat
tIa that he will administer the ai ais afof
s of this great country with withevenhanded I Ievenhanded
evenhanded and impartial jus justice i itice
tice ticePATBER I I II IFA
Rector Stdfering from Physical PhysicalBreakdown
Breakdown Due to to Overwork OverworkCbIcago Overworkchicago PhY8IcalI
chicago Feb 12Re Thomas E Ebenaan E Ebernian
benaan bernian son ot Gen WUBam T Shot SherIs ShotEon
Eon Is Ill at atSt St Josephs Hospital su suf sufLotlog
tert Lotlog g front physical bre breakdown kdewD due to toeverwork
everwork hat was much Improved today todayFatii
Fatii SIIenINua started a few minths minthsao nths
ao 68 t travel ever the course ID8 made e DY byids I
Ids father In the tamus macc W tile tilegeL thesee
geL see Pr Prsideat Roo Roosevalt 1t detailed a atroop a atroop
troop e c cavalry V1ilrJ t act 38 aa escort The ThejoIKaey Thejuscne
joIKaey juscne aroused JDIIda 1IIIfawra1IIecrlti 1IIIfawra1IIecrltid unfavorable unfavorableIn
d Ia tile South It W8S s d denounced as asaa asaact
aa aact Gt likely to awaken old Wrtds batred ria riatrip The Thetrip
trip was a1Nut abandoned ORed bot befor < e 1W miles had had1Met1 hadbeen
been traveled traveledM3ABt
State Department Advised Foreign ForeignOfticlals ForeignOfficials
Officials Think ConditIon GraTe GraTeTJte GveThe
The State Department was Informed iDtormedIJy Informedby
IJy C8 yesterday tat conditions IR IRIAeda IsLeda
IAeda He gmve and t grout alarm alarmIs
18 f aT t forelga < elgR eft JR Liberian em employ emploY
ploy ployA ploYA
A British gunboat JIBs antYe 18 dord dordto aor aorpcotectlsn
pcotectlsn to foreign l Interests er ts and a aJmIY a
JmIY of soldiers has been seat from fromSIen fromerra I
SIen erra Leaneto to Momwcta I for the saint S81Ileparp saintApuatOIItti
parp eeJIPILtetiY JIPILtetiY great deopend 1 u Il IlndIeL ontmtainet
ndIeL te teinet t iJtMt
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JtMt te tdaMdo tdaMdotiture 1Pe 1Pe1Rwe
1Rwe ePiA1Ierla as a M tioItS5 notionWIRELESS
Admiral Sperry Sends JIc Message UIte Re Re13cd Relayed
13cd b by Tender Yankton YanktonA YanitonBear
Bear A Admiral udnIl Sperry cemmandlag g tAe tAeAtI tinAtlantic
Atlantic adc battleship de4aIp Aeet loot reported to t tinNavy
Navy 7 Dqartmeat by wireless ycesienk7 ycesienk7tbat yesterdalthat
that qm lieet was Ia Intitude e M1 S 1i8rt 1i8rtand north northand
and IugItmie 3tlt W west wwtT1ds
This Is about J2II miles S4MItIrwest Or OrFJ oi r
FJ 111 Ute Aafes AGIIdraI Sporti r
SAid tJIIIt the beet was having g gued gool goolweather I
we and Wall making an tWetse tWetsespeei aweragiof
speei eC t 3M GeJI oeba IC iaMM caots caotsTim
IIIe message Nm AGIaka1 Sperry wal walre1aed
reIqed y the tender Y YnktOO k NJ w whieb lri1 is Ii Iihi
hi midocean eean about UCV lt JIIIIes ahead 9l 9lthe e ethe
the nest T YaakteR traDsAlittedk traDsAlittedkodle traasudtted I t
odle to the wireless stdDz it atFire FIre Isiand 8 i idistance I tI
distance of about bout iO > des
f Hecr Beckert Arrested on Charge o oMurder r
Murder and RObber RObberSaatJago Robbery RobberySantiago
Santiago de Chile Feb 1n BoOk BeQkert BoOkert
ert ert who was until a few days 3b8 go chaa chaaceilQr dma dmacelIr
ceilQr ef f t time e German JeatJoR ere here qs qseen he hebeen
been arrested at C on 1 charge 8 of ofa r rniurder
niurder a ro robberyOa I IOa
Oa Febn FebrneX ry 6 the GI1BQ Je egatli egatlibuilding atJenj atJenjbulhilDg
building was destroyed by fire Ia the therulDs tin i iruins
ruins was f found a body which was at atI a alitst
first p11Ced eftd to De Beckons LaW It Itwas I Iwas
I was found to be t or a s servant t a1 a1I although
though It was attired la clothes diet thatbeen 8d 8dbeen
I been BeckertE It was also r found t atthe t tL
the lEl1tRtIoa safe h beeR robbed of oflarge a aJ L
J large sum or money and that t the e ser sarI servent
I vent Had been murdered Wit g 1adfe 1adfett kndfe na nathat
I i tt Beckon Dad disappeared A W Wra war warrt
ra was thett Iscued The Theftedt missing missingf
f ftedt the e Iegations gations safe Is IsBItRGLAR Im ImBURGLAR
Knocks Woman omnn Down Flhdit FIlitlitSteps r rStep
Step and Escapes EscapesA
A burglar JRj1I i9ndod ed the bome boom 0 Foal FaDkDo C
Do Dodstai soo of iIlf IIfSOUth South CapItol street las I
night lid after st stealing g 4iI 1 from a z om teen teenen I
en the sec8RIl floor mode Ids escape by b r
knocking Mrs DodeeR down a eight 0 t
steps as site was Jeadiagthne leading those smaIl smaIlchIIdrest stnalchildren I
children to bed TIle woman bold a aJap
lamp Ia her hand aad aG this thisto 1S kJIockd kJIockdto I
to tJteSloor the floor The lamp W was shattered shatteredleaving a alearinb
leaving time haUWyIn m darkness ad the thela1rUderoscapail tin I Iktrtider
la1rUderoscapail ktrtider oscaped tltnMIgh Ute front deGr deGrMrs ddorMrs
Mrs Dods Dodsen n told n lg of It rob robBery rob robherr
herr d ad the p of the PotKUI1re PotKUI1renct Pourthpretct
nct tct were notM N ees of U 8atUleJ Umauueaa
aa Mrs D dS8B spread 1 nLpWIy ad in intew Inaw
tew m1nuts twenty or IRON men wore woreSe wer wersearching
Se searching be house aDd the vicinity for forUte ioi ioitboRtruder
Ute tboRtruder 1IItnIcJ8r Lleut FItIIes e the theFGM1II tin tinFourth
Fourth precinct Selgt roaartln aDd ani aniBiciude
Biciude PqllCeman Skinner arrived site shotUi rtly rtlyafter r rafter
after ad began an mv Investigation InvestigationMrs tion tionirs
irs Gd Dedeon m was questioned ued by Deter Dsteet DeterUse
t Use Serrt Mullin detailed to the thehi e aase
by Night Chief of Detectives FCik eQk ut uttI ia
tI W woman MOJt COHIll give RO descDipton of o othe i
t Intruder and failed to le lenin m frhe iCb iCbwas
wsa was a white man or a negro negroMay > egro egro3lnTBreak
3lnTBreak May Break Dead L Lock LockSpthigfleld ck ckSpriJgfi
SpriJgfi Spthigfleld a Fi 1Aecwang ptflg ptflgmeager W Wger
meager ger Information avallaWe avallabie1n Spring Sprbtg1RJd SpringlIpid
lIpid tonight t EJS snatumiip p fibtlt tigs 1 RSDeea t tbeen
been shifted to wasWa Skecd SkecdMacI and andhand
hand Information tGd todaywas was to tkGtfoot tkGtfootth L Lthat
th that the deadlock l might ht De 1 brkd ro n nweek ne I Iweek
week weekncclai weekSpcclal
ncclai TodaycarnutloD2I JJtD 0c Dozen 0 D
Wtd Wac k tt I and nt tiI SL nw ecstoae Op 14m 4r 4rSpecIal 1L 1LSPeda
SpecIal 1rice1tar priccit fnr tnesmaIl me small bur bU7er
APP APPRYLOF M Of TAfT TAfTPresfdentelect TAFTPrestdentelect
Presfdentelect Reaches Last Lastof Lastof
of His Feasts FeastsTRIBUTE FeastsThJB
rQne O eThousand lho s nd Di Diners 1er Applaud ApplaudVi ApplaudVfoffljsjf
Vi Vfoffljsjf VfoffljsjfIn fs of His Eminence EminenceJ EminenceInSpeecI1
InSpeecI1 In Speech to liegroeaEarUer Negroes Earlier in the theDn theDay
Dn Day Taft PolnJJOut that t the e South South1lut SouthMust
Must Solve the he Race Problem In InIt InIts
It Its Owns Wa WayMarvelous larvelous Creole CreoleConcoctions CreoleConcoctions
Concoctions FInd FaTorln Favor In the theEyes theEyeaof
Eyes Eyeaof of the H Honorea norea Guest GneuNew GuestNew
New Orleans Feb 12Atter having havingSIImved baringsurvived
survived Augasas 1MLr barbecued ecued Mat sheet At At1anta AtTantas
1anta j C arl65tens fatted fattedBhrtinp fatted fattedshrtnip
Bhrtinp and r 9aaamas s chile eon carue carueMr caineMiS
Mr Taft went up against boeBaba1sseand boeBaba1sse boelllabalsseand
and bait a dozen other marvelous Creole CreoleCObcocU rcole rcoleconcoctions
CObcocU concoctions ke tonight tDlgDtgaia tonightAgain
Again gaia he me out M tep bet It was wasthe wasthe
the narrowest escape lie as yet bad An Anovenigllt Anoversight
oversight in net serving the peppermint peppermintwatecs peppermintwafers
wafers at tile end may hesaved have saved the theday theday
day At any rate when s somebody apoJo apoJogized apologized
gized for th omJsea Mr Tat threw tbrew1IP threwup
1IP 1m hands ma cried EROUfh EROUfhAb9ut ougir ougirAbout
About lll 11 ol New Orleans boS business e35 and andN andprofessional
N professional fe5llloaal men j iaed joined with the Presi PresideRteJect Presidentelect
deRteJect In tekII tackling g Ute feast at the theHotel theHotel
Hotel GlW1ewaJd National C Chairman a1nnanIDtchceck ChairmanHitchcock
Hitchcock was one ef the guests Among Amongother Atsongother
other distinguished guests at the speak speakers speakera
ers table was Gov Sanders of Louis LouisIaa Louislana
lana Cardinal Gibbons who deltered ered the theinvocation theinvocation
invocation Mayor Bellman of this cIty ctyaad cItyand
and several rexeeeataUves of tae State Stateand Stateand
and Federal bench eadIPlensed benchPleased
Pleased wIth the Dish DiAh1k Dishirt
1k Taft 4Id Bet hesitate 1 CO Ced9t concedethat
t that at the uBleaDa1sse dish lauded b bThackeray by byThackeray
Thackeray was all right Theodore Gnm GnmwaW GrunenaW
waW Dead of New 0da coun or orfamoas offamous
famous cooks plep pCep5tOd re Ute President Presidentelects t teiects
elects dish dIsBt dishBut
Bt uIIIeabsIsse was not t tile whole wholeCODt wholeemitse
CODt T was crab glace er shred shreGe4 shredtied
tied c emb ae meat highly seasoned and andt
t ZlJIt 1a geMttae This was merely an anappedz6 amappetizer
appetizer There followed a gumbo ot otcraOs ofcrabs
crabs sb ± nirp oysters n aDd other 5 5p sepfles
p tues pfles t that t io as asiMNR asb
b iMNR home d t dmi i atoned wit witej witt wittilded
ilded ej Lta arogeo go drip coff coffoW coffee coffeezmt1nohi
zmt1nohi oW btandl tr fr bowi 1 glosses ec tt ttSf tos >
Sf s t aroma aremaPhIlIp aromaPhliip
PhIlIp We eb president ent or NW Ne Or Or1eDS Orleans
leans PNIreSSive Uo1eu tm whose au auspices anspices
spices tile dinner was held aid WNb wa toast t9RStaSter toastniaster
aSter aSterHe niasterRe
He I introduced Cardinal GIIiboD5 early eerlyIn earlyIn
In the baaccet the cardinal having ooq ooq6Rtad co cocanted
canted t attend d 0 with f under 1IDtierst understanding
st standing IR thot 1Ie would B have ve to stay stayte staylate
late te
High Tribute to Taft TaftCar TaftCardiurl
Car Cardiurl lRal Gibbons pale 8 a Jr high tribute to toJ88ge toJudge
Judge Tft Be said saidI 14 14I
I have 1I tile prfyIega el knowing knowingMr knowingMr
Mr Taft toOl several years ad the mor morI mora moraI
I have jtDown him the DOe I baTe baTeearBed havelearned
learned 10 o honor and esteem him 11 11CCJmIAOR litcommon
common with 80 mny t my y fellowdtl fellowdtlI felIowttizens
Z zens I have been capPYated cIVatetI by the smile smUetIIt smilethat
I that gI 9iI his cmmteDancethe cmmteDancethesm1e countenancethesmIe
sm1e that will not go out because 1ISe it it9t1es
9t1es from the heart eart frOm qIK1stIan be beA beavolence
A avolence VOIeDee aDd vec Iows with the milk or orI ofbumga
I bom kl kindness kindnessThe ne5S ne5SI
I The people or C Ute United States have haveeiected bareelected
elected to the high oftioe oce oC President a aman aman
man wlto whose e e devotion t1ou to his country will willDQt willnot
not be restrained by p party lines or by byDanOW bynarrow
narrow personal or EedaJl8a policies He Hewill Hawill
will be PresIdent or tile entire country countryand countryand
and I am sure that be wm administer admlnfsttrUte administerthe
Ute ataks or tills grOt country with with1IaINled wttl wttleveithanded
eveithanded 1IaINled aDd impartial Justice jostIesThe JusticeThe
The cardinal recalled Yr Tafts recent recentreBIUks recentremarks
remarks tg t citizens or A Augusta that thatIt thatIf
It they would onlY Jove him fer J6t days daysIn daysIn
In tile yei be tIkIaot did pot care w what at they did didon didon
on the JIith 9r cc eIecttoD eIecttoD31IdblAg day dayjgig
31IdblAg itmn the enthusiasm that has hasc hascimaracterhed
c arnetemad Ute dtb of New eW Or OrleliiDS Orleans
leans the cardinal added added I I venture to toyouwtll tosay
say youwtll you wilt aU ove love him for 3l t2 t23JiKl days daysand
and I ww net lie surprised It you gave g8eYr gavebin
bin Yr suffrage e 00 tile SGitk SGitkDrovg 3ttkbroaigiit
Drovg t a Jot of a apjilanse from fromI fromthe
I tJt the tJ8ers iaecs TIle cardinal recalled further furthertr furthertr
tr p w1dc he took to QllefJtstOI1 QllefJtstOI1Uak QucerotownthktyyoaxS
Uak thktyyoaxS q yeus age Wherbe 1te IDdetI Inn8e he found foUDdertb4K1 foundeteryll
eteryll ertb4K1 coiling Gkti Gladstone Oar Our Will WUlAR WillE
iaa5 ARiaa5 AR E am satised that the CltIeA o oew oewsaM ew ew0riee8s
0riee8s saM the cardinal aLc will willQXjteIleaee Willexperience
experience a stre desire 18 can our ourPresidentelect r rPr8i
Pr8i Presidentelect ateleet y Ute familiar but loving 1ovtngdtJo lovingtitle
title ef t O rA WlMIani WlMIaniA
A e ol ayes gTeBtedtId greeted this and Taft Taftlooked
10 looked k d DleacOO DleacOOTal1 nlnGSedTalks
Tal1 Talks io ogroes ogroesThe groes groesThe
The The South DtUSt selve ue race prob probiQIR ptohloon
loon The n nero o mast work oat his o oftltme own ownfuture
future and adtil thd N Nortb w which ir knows little 1tttIelUt littleshout
shout the qc question tou 11118t staM ztni ztniwas Bide Bidewas
was t keyape of 3iI1 adt1res6 ai reas eItered eIteredto ettversito
to the negroes or New Orleans at Pelican PefItanPark PelicanPOtk
Park this morning JMnIiAgjMr morningMt
jMr Mt raft Was was amazingly sI frank He 11 11mhtded re remIaIed
mhtded the negroes at t their dMects told toldlan toldUmem
lan tltelr do Jay largei with them themsehes themselves
selves JMl iid urged that they elevate the theIttdlvldtHIL theindivL
IttdlvldtHIL TIle 711th 9 imgtie who heard heardbtn heardhim
him accorde Am lm Lnioot maet enthusiastic re rep reSaM vs vsGisv
Gisv SaM Sanders rS wes to have been present presenton
on ute the occasion aid speAk bait was waskpta waskupny
kpta kupny 3 11 by business The address s sw of ofwelodme
w welodme me Wtts whS delivered by I 1 VI Wash Wash1ntqnp Wasiington
1ntqnp ington a no1ored iit iitMr aisdater aisdaterh
Mr h Thit t salll salllit saidi
it i sbould lto lQ not feel that 1 had per permY perfctned perfctnedifl
mY ifl ditty nt 1u l COOling late a CCKIiIMUDIty 1n 1nw Iiiwelch
w welch IOb the colored lie POSPIe loa SQh a aco aContinued
co Continued tlnUedo on Page = jo Coluinn UIln UIlnYoforn1 t tMOfoinen
Yoforn1 n 31rtst Must Zot ot Talk TalkWUk TalkWUkeabrr
WUk WUkeabrr Pa Pa tZJ1Mge H A AFuI A Aec
FuI r or tI city tonight m charg charglag cbarglag
lag a Jury ill a svit against Il 1oca tra trade trap traplien
de cmiipdlil for damages reseed 16ed by b a acar a aeat
car coUidlas with a wagon declared that tltatrstalklns thatpes
pes engers rstalklns talking t motormea OJl du duam duty dutyara
am idetJc idetJcFra1k Idisiktani4bbey
Fra1k tani4bbey Lb CoNL CaN a aveandt aveandtf 1111 I Ip
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