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Georgia Engineers Refuse to toWork toWork toWork
Work with Negroes NegroesTOTOJSSOFEERFOBJTOOD NegroesTOWNS NegroesTOWN
Governor Declines to Order Out OutState OutState OutState
State Troops TroopsOfficer Troopsomeer TroopsOfficer
Officer of Locomotive Engineers EngineersSays EngineersSays EngineersSays
Says 3Ien Ien Arc Not Striking but butSimply butSimply butSimply
Simply Simply Quit Jobs Because It Was WasUnsafe WasDi TI15 TI15Unaa1e
Di Unsafe safeto to Work With Colored Fire Firemen Firemen1o Firemeno ¬
men men1o So Attempt ttcmpt to Operate Trains TrainsUnless TrainsUJ TrainsT1nless
Unless UJ l Protection Is Assured AssuredAttests AssuredAtlanta usur d dAtUta
Attests Ga May Over So Ute Je 3finfes 8 8mfles Jemiles
miles or the Georgia KaHroad tecfcattag iatkidiigmate tecfcattagmate 1Rd8If 1Rd8Ifmata
mate Hoe ad bntnohes not a Irate has liasmoved 1IasDlCMfOO hasraved
moved since 5 oclock test sight as the theresult UtereS4dt therest
result ef f the stre 5t 1ke of whbe watt fireman firemanEgatost ftnRg3IDst itramenagainst
against the emptoyiaaat eID of negroes negroesTie NftOffie negreesThe
Tie tieup beeawe complete when AssLsiaat As AsBistaat SststaBt
Bistaat Grand GraIM Chief C Chia Burgess of the theBrotherhood meBretllezAeod theBrotharled
Brotherhood of Locomotive T nvdve Engineers Engineersdeclared JItgIaeersdectered Deersdeciaredlast
declared deciaredlast test night Dlg t that it was unsafe no unsafefor fe fefor
for engineers to take trains out with withnasro withMSIt withAegr
Aegr nasro + o ftrewoa omea and order deeM or + dertd them to rofuse refuseto rofuseto rofuseth
to go g eat eatThis outTh
This Th is not a strike of f eagte eslgMeers ers Bur Bargees Burgess Bwsees ¬
sees w tW but IK sbnpir forciws f the road roadto roedto roadto
to protect pnK t browjerneed nee as Jt It Is bound boundto boendto boundto
to do by its Poet PoetTbis eoaxsaetThis CllNlRaetT1ds
This action of the eagiaeers stopped stoppedvery stoweVery stoppedavers
very wheel OR the Georgia Battroad BattroadPreceenag RaIIroedPrecEMJlag RariroadPmcod
Pmcod Preceenag g the tieup the negro firemen firemenwere Aramellwere flremeawere
were beteg dragged ed from r sagtees and andmobbod JMl1IIOII sadmobbed
mobbed at every towa along the Has of ofthe ofthe ofLb
the Lb e read
3Inll fair Tied Up UpThriving UPs UpThdtisg
Thriving towns ffica Greonabere Gnl hra Cevfc Cevtag CevtagAt Ceviagtan g gtoa =
tan At Athens eAS Warrentoa Wt and otter places ptatoehave placeshave pIaeo1aV8
have received no amM aM day gad have haveEtee bevealeee e eallie
Etee suffered erect may other hKoavaateaces hKoavaateaceswhich iIIcaA8IIIe iaconvee ieioes ieioeswhich ces ceswhIc
which come from the irregular ruaamg of oftrains ortrai oftrains
trai trains but the ddaene are not comptate comptatetog complalaDb compleisSag
tog as they say they are detenateed to toprevent topreeat toprevent
prevent the emptoyiaeat eat of negroes neg oee la toplace laplace 1aplace
place of white men menTelegraphic JDeLTeIegrapIdc menTohergratnhic
Telegraphic reports say that t certain certainkinds certainktnds certainkinds
kinds of food ar are mnntog abort In towns tewnealoeg townsalong tewDeaJoeg
along the Hae HaeRe JIDeae ltaeRe
Re ae Dr S So R R Seek Beek of Aflata a w8 tvdtebad we wehad w8s
s had an eagaKaont 9RIt to preach a 88mm1wi oosa oosaCovtegtoa asramoa
m1wi m1wiC0Y111 moa t a asnmn t ass st stCovlaebon
Covtegtoa C0Y111 ttN forty miles from Atlanta aad IIIito ballto aadto
to VSB an automobile e to keep the eA engagement eAAutos eagage3elart ¬
gagement Antes are beiag need eXtenstvd exten extensively t tstvely ¬
stvd sively y for various purposesDenies purpeeesDenies purposes pucpee6Denlel
Denies Hue of Troops TroopsGeneral TroopsGceenI TroopsGeneral
General Manager la < Scott of the Georgia GeorgiaRaltroed GeorgiaRaIkeH GeorgiaRilketd
Raltroed has aced ed Gee G9 Snath to tQout truer erfterout truerout
out the troops but the governor eaMC will wMJnot willDOt websaot
not aot do It He says 78 the State has not notenough notk noteaoegk
enough k trOop tr to patrol the Ml miles of ofrailroad 8 8raJlr ofrafresd
railroad railroadGov raJlr rafresdGov
Gov Smith sent Attorney General Hart Hartdown Hartdcwa HartdGwa
down the Georgia to investigate M lavesti ate te and IIireslt as asresort asa
a resort of Mr Harts report be recora recosameoded recorameoded recomm
meoded m that the road sad strikers select selectthree selectthree selectthree
three Georgians aad allow them to arbi arblirate arbitrate arDttrate ¬
trate the matterGeDeni1 matterGemeral matter matterGeneral
General Manager Scott says no attempt attemptwill attemptwm attemptwilt
will be mode to operate trains until pro protection jlot ¬
tection t ttoR a is afforded It te said that Mr MrScott MrScott MrScott
Scott has left for Lowisville to confer conferwith ce ceaferwith er erWtt
with Presideat Milton i toa H H Sulfa of the theLouteviBe theLouIriIIe theIouivirie
LouteviBe aDd Nashville which has theGeorgia the theGeorgia UteGeogIa
Georgia road leased leasedMEDIATION JeueclMEDT leasedtEDATION
Chairman Knapp Asked to Intercede Intercedein Intereedein
in Georgia Strike StrikeTbe StrIkeThe StrikeThe
The strike situation oa the Georgia GeorgiaRailroad Geo11R2Jkoed GeorgiaRailroad
Railroad has assumed serious propor proportions PI8IKKtlo proportloss ¬
tions aDd the mediation board provided providedby pr8vJdelby providedby
by the Federal arbitration act act better betterknows betterkDOwa betterknown
knows ae the Erdmaa act act is preparing preparingto
to step ia and endeavor eDOO vor to settle the thedifficulty t tdltiJcBltY thedifticuity
difficulty between 1 the strikers and toe theofficials toeofficials tJleofticl8ls
officials of the road roadChairman roMCltanman reedChairman
Chairman Martin A A Knapp of the theInterstate UteInterstate theInterstate
Interstate Commerce Cemplerce Cemaatesfon senior seniormember seniormember seniormember
member of the mediation board the theother tileother theother
other member being bei g Coraeaissioaer of ofLabor orLabor ofLabor
Labor Charles P Neill has received s atelegram stofeIID stelegram
telegram from Geaeral Manager lger > Thomas ThomasK fboo ttsK Thon o oK
K K Scott Scot of the Georgia Railroad asking askingthe asklDgthe askingthe
the intervention of the board aDd slattag staG staGiag staring =
tag that the action of the strikers is isseriou Isseriou
seriou sedoutt y interfering w with ith interstate trf trfflc trtfie trfflc
flc over ver fiC the railroad and also Interrupt Interrupting l1terruptlng Interruptlug ¬
lug the movement of United States mainIt melt meltIt meJtIt
It is Isexpecte expected the mediation board will willgive willgive wiltgive
give heeriags 1 hearings to General Manager Scott Scottaad Scottand Scottand
and other officials of the reads and rep represeatatives re rerC5tatlvS representattves =
reseatatives of the employes empl yes today and andtomorrow andton andtonterrew
tomorrow tomorrow10EB ton tonterrewDOEB rr w wLOEB
Erstwhile Resident and Erstwhile ErstwshileSecretary ErstwhileSecretary ErstwhIleS
Secretary S cretary at the Sharoham ShorehamWilliam SharohamWlHtem Sbo hnm hnmWIHkun
William Loeb jr former secretary to toPresident toPresident toPresident
President Roosevelt who as collector of ofthe o othe ofthe
the port of New York York has earned e nted a na national B8tiomLt national ¬
tional reputation r taUon as aa exposer of frauds fraudsIn fraudIn fraudsin
In the largest customhouse In the conn conntry eotmtry country
try arrived la Washington yesterday yesterdayafternoon yesterdayterIlO9ll yesterdayafternoon
afternoon terIlO9ll on the Congressional Limited Limitedend Limitedend Limitedcud
end Is stopping at the Sboreham am HoteL HoteLHe HotelHe HotelHe
He said last sight he had come hero heroto bereto hereto
to consult with officials of the Treasury TreasuryDepartment TreastIIYDeparment TreasuryDepartment
Department regarding the conteinpiatedreorganization contemplated contemplatedreorganization contemptateilreorgan1awm
reorganization of Ute New York custom customhouse customh custo custohouse ¬
house h e He would not discuss the case caseof caceor caseof
of the sugar smugglers Mr Loeb has hasmade asmade basmade
made several trips kto to o Washington since sincehis slneeh1s sinehis
his appointment as collector aDd ia he hugwork hework hiwOtk
work In New York he is being ably as assisted as assisted assisted ¬
sisted by ay officials of the Treasury Department De Department De Depatinent ¬
partment patinent He will return to New York Yorksome York30me Yorksome
some time tonight tonightWINE tonightWINE tonightWiNE
Disposing of His HI Goods at Bristol BristolWnen DriJItolWhen BristolWhen
When Stricken StrickenBristol StrIckenBmt StrickenBristol
Bristol Bmt Pa May a7 25 SJdle White While engaged In InTelttag inie1lt ineIMg
Telttag ie1lt g wines In this place Peter PeterO O Miller Millert Miller9f
t 9f > f Egg Harbor N J T WS S stricken with withheart withheart withheart
heart trouble and died He has a large largefarm largeann largefarts
farm ann In New Jersey JerseyJ2OO JerseyFoO
fZJQQ io Gettysburg or Pen Mar and andRetnrn andReturn
Return ReturnMemorial RetnrnyemorlaI ReturnMemorial
Memorial Day May M via Pennerl Pennerlvanla PennsrlanI Pennsyle
e vanla anI aria Railroad Pa1 I road Special train leaves leavesWashington leaesWall1Dgton leavesRqIngten
Washington S Si 5 a a m returning leave leaverar leave6pp
rar 600 p m In Gettysburg 619 p m m
For the District of Columbia ColumbiaMaryland Columbiafaryland ColumbiaMaryland
Maryland and Virginia VirginiaFair VirginiaFairand Fair Fairand
and slightly warmer w warmer rmer today To Tomorrow To Tomorrow Tonlormw ¬
morrow increasing cloudiness cloudinesslight cloudimsslight cloudinesslight
light to moderate variable windsHERALD winds windsHERALD windsHE
1 lPrlests Priests Fight With Thieves Thieves1Georgia ThleTeelGee Thieves1Georgia
1Georgia lGee Strike Halts Trams Tramsl Trains1Bryan
1 1Bryan Bryan Calls CdIS Taft Dedgw DKsw15team Dedguaz1Steamers
1 15team 1Steamers Steamers rs Battle Ice Fields lWtIs3PresbyterltDS Fkads3Presbyterians
3 Presbyterians to Enlarge University UDfvesUy9TrtlNte UniversityeTribute
9TrtlNte 9 Tribute to Soldier lid Sailor Bead BeadLOCAL p DeadLOCAL d dLOOAL
LOCAL LOCAL3Adveatists LOOAL2AdeDtlsts LOCAL3Adrentlsts
3Adveatists Favor Prohibition P Prohibition2Stubborn tlen tlen2St1Ibborn
2 2St1Ibborn Stubborn Fire ia Southwest Soat SsathWeStBTveesoag west westEve
2 BTveesoag Eveasoag Eve sGDS Worship at St St Amea AmeaMinisters Akaa2Ministers
2Ministers Ministers 3 Unite to Honor B BiChIJdren Bnmoa BbtbogC
7 iChIJdren Children C tIdren In May Proccaoioos ProccaoioosItChurch ProceMioRsItClnlrdt PteI
ItChurch I Churl Pays Tribute to Dr ImoiCanaan Imo HamHaCalvin iiaaIIR1QLI11
1QLI11 Calvin Lauded In Sermons SermonsSECT SennocsSECT SermonsSECT
Zionist Get Option on Large Tract Tractof Tractor Tractof
of Land I and in Alberta AlhertaSdawntaa Albertnr AlbertaEdmoetAa
Sdawntaa r Alberta RMrta May 21 SAa Aa fei 1Rkudal inSaaedal feiential
ential eekcatioa tIoR from Zion Zkm City IIL 11L Ili tile tnecenter tileceate thecenter
center of Dowioism Dowle s has arrived here herefor Jlwefor herefor
for the t e purpose of ofsteps taWa takiarg praUaamary praUaamarysteps preUme ry rysteps
steps to obtain a tract of 4MM acres of ofmad e eJaBd ofhand
mad madThe handThe
The visitors i are registered cador maG as assumed as asBamed asnamed ¬
named names but one of them Is be beNaved be beved beloved
loved ved to be TallY v the tIt8TIle leader leaderThe leaderThe
The ZkwKes Z1o ces say they expect te pur purchase purdtue percb ¬
chase cb a t the fend frost the Cast Canadian w a gev gtavorameat geveraateat 15Vt
eraateat t at aa extremely nominal figure ftgtireaad figureand e eBd
and Bd in feet fact have pcacdcaJty been gtvea gtveaan gPveaan ea eaau
an option on 4M > acres aguesThe acresThe acnsThe
The plaa Is to effect a periaaaest periaaaestcotoay PGI permanentcolony t tcoIoA7
colony ia the t1I Caaadtaa Northweet with wfchaa wId1Ii withas
aa advance party of about JK JOi > faatWos faatWosThe fsTlte ftmNlesThe
The delegates are well suapned sa IIod with wtthmoaey withJlMNtey withmosey
mosey lid have created a favorable im iaapresston impr855ton Impresslan
presston here hereSOSOOL HereScrnOOL hereSCHOOL
Found Guilty of TV DIppIng lpplng Pupil PupilWTio PupUVho PupilWho
Who Wouldnt Admit Ilmlt TheftDes Theft TheftDee TheftDes
Des Moines Iowa Iowa May 7 sUDi85 Uaiose theDietrict the theDistrict tlteDi
District Court reverse the dechaoa ecWoaPollee of ofPolice ofPolice
Police Judge Stewart Miss Maud Kwing Kwingaad EwiaIaDd Zwingand
aDd Mine Ida May Tildes teachers m Ja the tbeLoagfaHeK theLoDgfeBeW theLongfellow
Longfellow School meet e edt ch pay a aae aaeof he heof oneof
of H l and costs for wbtopteg David D Hap HapHaa KpHaa Kapriea
Haa because be would not amalt aIIIIIIti ntealla nteallat stealing stealinga
t i 5 i bill from dies TIIdenAfter Tfldea TfldeaAfter eaAtter
After an exciting trial which was at attended sttended attended ¬
tended by seventyfive sne teachers the court courtfound ceurtfOUBd ceartfoxed
found Miss Swing and lid Xfee Tllaon guttty gutttyof gdtyr gv lty ltyof
of r aseaalc and battery and assessed the theanatiauia UteMIDIanIm thesttnlmum
anatiauia nae naeActing tine 1taect1ag tineActing
Acting Superiatendoat deAt Tborabarg T who whorepresented wIIGrepresented whorepresented
represented the teachers in Boa of a a lewyer law lawyer kwy ¬
yer y Immediately filed notice of appeaL appeaLHe app appeaLHe L LHe
He declares that unless the police Judges jodgesdecision Judgesdecision judgsdedsIon
decision Is reversed it would be iamaosi iamaosiMe eI1IIIe isapoeslhhe
Me to enforce dkeipttae dkeipttaeHad dkcpItDeLOST dkdprineLOST
LOST COJiNd1 CO I IHad lf nJ nJHad
Had Been Hiding in Ohio Penitentiary Peniten Penitentiary Peltentl117 ¬
tiary Since Friday rfiglit rfiglitCoiuamue YightColnmbue I llt lltCoIumbaB
Coiuamue Onto Mar a SHarfty SHarftyTo IEarveyJohnson arvey arveyJoaason
To Johnson D9OR the negro nesr who disappeared disappearedFriday disappearedFriday ed edFr1
Friday nightf nlghsad sad W1M wao had been Wdfafs Wdfafsatace 1zI6rs8Iace hIdId hIdIdlace
lace in shops and sowers wen of the Onto Ontopenitentiary 0bI0pemtentluy Ohiopenitentiary
penitentiary was surrouaded by guards guardsat g1I
at 2 oclock thus musing aad caught caughtwhile e8gJitwIdIe caughtwhile
while eating a guards s teacneon teacneonTVaea 1aacbeoaWAeD tcacheoiWhen
When three ee snots ware wele wee a beard beL ia the theinner e1DaY theInner
inner yard fifteen 5lt guards were e rusbM rusbMto r1JSIMiIto t tto
to the scoae in the espsctatlou eapet taBost don that thatJobaeoa thatJo thatJohaeea
Jobaeoa would make iaek s t bold tight sin to avoidcapture avoid avoidcapture a acaptue
capture but he was captured with MUle ittiedithcaty MUleU1iet Mttlediraculty
diraculty diracultyWABASH t7WABASH dithcatyWABAEH
Gould 5Gould 5 and Harriman Interests Make MakeExperiment JlakeExperiment MakeExperiment
Experiment at Pittsbnrjr PittsbnrjrPlttsburg PlttsburJPtttsbaq Pittsbu g gPtusbarg
Plttsburg May 21 IThe The Gould and aDdrlmaa Her Harriraaa Herrh
riraaa rh usa Interests handling ha the Wabash WabashHaas WabasilHItes
Haas ia PJttaburg Pttts urg have decided te try trythe tryt trythe
the use of telephones for toeI dispatching dispatchingtrains dhrpatmtngi
I trains and doing all their railroad work workwith wwkOR workon
OR ODe line with a view to doing away awaywith awaywith
with the telegraph if possible poselMeWith postAIeWkk possibleWith
With this object ia view the West WestSide WestSWe WestSide
Side Belt Railroad one 011 of the subsidiary subsidiarylines subsIdIaoBRes subsidiarylines
lines has been fitted from end to end endwith eodwith endwith
with a new telephone t service service and to today to toay today ¬
day tbe first work of maatag r nalag the Hue Hueby 1IDe9Y useby
by phone was done doaeOae doneOne e eOae
Oae advantage claimed for the phone phonesystem llitQAesystem phonesystem
system is that t persons per ns crippled in the theroads theroads
roads service can be made emt operators operatorswithout operatorswithout
without mt knowing telegraphy telegraphyCOHEY teiegraplyCONEY y yCONEY
Lid Lifted and Thrown Away way at atthe atthe atthe
the BIb Resort Resorte ResortNewt KesortNets
Nets Newt e York May 23 1Iceoey Cooey Island I nd was waswide wasWIde waswide
wide open today aDd a recordbreaktag recordbreaktagcrowd recordbreaJtngcrowd recordbreakingcrowd
crowd took advantage of the the1hte first firstfl bratfloe
fl floe e day da in nearly two weeks to enjoy enjoythe enjoythe eatthe
the freedom OlR of the famous seashore s e re resort re resort resort ¬
sort Polite Commissioner Blagnaats Bl ghams lid lidhas lidhas ltdhas
has been een pried off and hidden away awayEarly awayEarly awayOrly
Early this af afternoon teraooa great throngs t were wereheaded wereheaded wereheeded
headed for the Island Island traveling ia trolley trolleycars trolleycars trolleycars
cars cars L L trains aDd automobiles atomo llea The Thereport Thereport Thereport
report that all show places and cafes cafeshad cafesha4l cafeshad
had been wide open lAW 1 oclock this thismorning thisJBOfI thismonting
morning JBOfI ng convinced the cnrxds cro that there tbeiewwId therewould j jwoaW
would be no Interference with amuse amusements am amments amuse amusements ¬
mentsThe ments mentsThe mentsThe
The mayor ma or and CommiooiOBer Bingham Btogj Btogjham BIng BIngham
ham are Coneys great press agents agentswas geD geDwas j jwas
was the remark of one of the owners of ora ofa j ja
a big park when he viewed the constantly constantlyiacreasiag C constantlyincreasing nstanUy nstanUyiDa
increasing iDa stream of people pouring off offthe ethe og ogthe
the Grains tralHsXTTRS trainsr
Political Polltl nl Refuges from Bogota Op Opposed Opposed Opposed ¬
posed President Reyes ReyesPanama Reyes RefesPanama ReyesPanama
Panama May 23 23 A sensation was wascreated wascreated wascreated
created here by the arrest of several severalColombian severalCoiomblan severalCoiomblan
Coiomblan residents who had been exiled exiledby exiledby exiledby
by President Reyes from Bogota some somemonths somenmhth9 spreemabths
months ago for political reasons reasonsAmong resORSmong reasonsAmong
Among the men take late custody custodywere custodywere custodywere
were Santiago Reno B Heraaadez HerDtmdezand HerDtmdezandObanQe HecneadezandObande aad aadObando
Obando lawyers Gen Acosta t sad San Sanchez Saac Sanchez ¬
chez c ez Santa SentaMarla Maria No c caarge has been beenmade beenmade beenmade
made public against them but the gen general general genoral ¬
eral Inference nerEtDCe is that they t ey were arrested arrestedbecause arrostedbeaauseot arrestedbecause
because beaauseot of their political opposition to toPresident toPresident toPresident
President Reyes and to the treaty whIchthey whichthey which whichthey
they strongly denounced is the newsj newsjpapers news newspapers newspapers
papers papersHernandez papersHernende papersHernande
Hernandez Obaado o aDd Santa Maria Mariawere Marlawere Mariawere
were banished to Chile for which coun country country country ¬
try they left this evening on the steamer steamerMexico steamerMexko steamerMexico
Mexico Hundreds Hun reds of sympathizing sympathizingfritads sympathizingfriends sympathizingfriends
friends accompanied them to the wharfgad wharf wharfand
and remained rem ed until the steamer sailed
DOVER MUST WAIT WAITAppointment WAITAppointment AIT AITAppointment
Appointment as Bank Exj Exjaminer Ex Examiner Examiner
Action pray it Have Come from the thestrion tIleWh1JC1cu theWhijg
Wh1JC1cu Whijg HousePresident reslde t T Tpftis fU fUsimn Pao Paost
strion st l n In the the KSm kiansaa na a Oontrovcrwy QontrorerxyRecalled fontroTe l l1tecal1ed
r rRecalled
Recalled Berth a t High Paying PuyinsOne PnTlngOneSupports PayingOneSupports
OneSupports One Supports So Faction FactionThe Factione Factioniire
The appointment appoIat t of Elmer Dover Do of ofOnto eCOhio ofOhio
Ohio former secretary of the RepabIcan KapabM RepabIIcau I Ican
can National CocamlUee as United UmteDadoDal States Stetesnational Statesi
i national domti bank examiner for New York YorkCtty Y YCtQ YorkCity
City has been revoked or suspended suspendedLawrence sas suspendedLawrence ell Hd HdLawreace
Lawrence O Murray X1XTa the Comptroller C of ofthe oftile ofthe
the Currency made the appointment appel tIDeQt with withPresident wItJtPros6deDt withPresident
President Taf Tatts fs concurrence coz urreRee It is under understood erstood understood ¬
stood that the direction to revoke rnobIt or orsuspaad orsuspend
suspend it came from the White W House HouseThere BOUftT HoweThere
There T is much reticence n Ia otllddalcircles official officialcircles o idalctccIes
circles over Ye the matter matt According to one GIHt8COry onestory j jstory
story which has a reliable source therevocation the therevocation tiler
r revocation Uea or suspension was the result resultof resaltof resaitof
of what was regarded as an indiscreeteffort indiscreet indiscreeteffect SlMHscreete
effect to make It appear that Mr Ir Dover DofWM Doverhad Doverhad
had beep given recognition by y Mr Taft TaXtte Tttte Taftto
te show Mr Dovers power and Intinencewith laflveace laflveacewith 1DA1IeReewItIt
with the new a administration aDd that thathis thathis thathis
his selection was intended as a slap at atcertain atcertaJa atcertaa
certain prominent politicians politiciansOnly pelttlc1tmElOnly politiciansOnly
Only the t e other day President Taft re revoked re reYOked revoked ¬
voked the appointment of a Kansas man manto mant8 manto
to aa o once 3ce under the Department of ofJustice efJu ofJustice
Justice because Gov Stubbs s of Kansas Kansasapparent KanSBSappareaUy Kansasapps
apps appareaUy apparent neatly had tried to show that this thisappokitaieat saJ thisappointment
appointment aJ was meant as a rebuke te teUnKod 18UDlted tor
UnKod r otted States Senator Curtis and andprt part partof partof
of aa admianistration pian to defeat defeatRepresentative deCetRepreseDtatlYe defeatRepresentative
Representative Anthony Anth ny of or Kansas KansasSupport KansasSupvort KansasSupports
Support Xo 0 Faction FactionThe FactionTIle FactionThe
The President Pre l ent wrote a letter to Gov GovStubbs GOStu GovStubbs
Stubbs Gs hi which he showed that be re reseated re reRAted reseated ¬
seated the t e attempt to Involve In he tile Fed Federal Federal Federal ¬
eral administration in a factional polit political poIItJcal poritIcal ¬
ical controversy coatroVOls In Kansas and made madeIt madeIt
It plain that be would not use his power powerof powerof powerof
of appointment to help or hurt any par parucctar percuIar partceiar
ucctar faction in any an Important Republi Republican RepubUaut Repeblitait ¬
can State StateIt StateIt StateIt
It is surmised from the little known of ofthe orthe ofthe
the matter that the t action taken in Mr MrDovers illDovers MrDovers
Dovers case is based b on circumstances circumstancessomewhat clrcumstancessomewbU circumstancessomewhat
somewhat similar to those in the Kansas Kansasaffair Kansasaffair Kansasaffair
affairThe affair affairThe
The national bank examiners In New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York receive compensation In fees aad aadthe aadthe andthe
the particular office to which Mr Dover Doverwas Doverwas Doverwas
was appointed is said to be worth about about2G9I aboutudedl
udedl 12 2G9I a year It Is one of the best placeswithin places placeswithin piaceswlt
within IR the appointing authority of thePresident the thePresideat thePresl
President PresideatMr PresidentMr eilt eiltMr
Mr Dover De was private secretary to thelate the thelate t1lelate
late Marcus A Hanna from 1S97 to April April1SH April1i4l
1SH 1
Cornell Professor to Spend SummerIn Summer Summerin
in Alaska AlaskaIthaca AlaskaItAaca AlaskaIthaca
Ithaca ItAaca May 22 23Ralph Ralph Stockton Tarr Tarrprofessor Tarrpref Tarrprofessor
professor pref S8Qr of geology at Cornell Univer University University University ¬
sity sad a wellknown authority on earth earthquakes eathquakes earthquakes ¬
quakes and glaciers will make another anothervisit anothervisit anothervisit
visit to Alaska this summer to study the thegtacters the1eders theglaciers
glaciers 1eders there thereHe tRereHe thereHe
He has just returned from Washing Washington Washington Washington ¬
ton ton where he was called by the Na National NatJo National ¬
tional tJo al Geolographlcal Society Although Althoughhe
he had planned to spend the summer in inEurope InEurope inEurope
Europe the society prevailed upon him himto himto himto
to undertake another expedition ex to toAlaska toAlaska toAlaska
Alaska AlaskaThe AlaskaThe AlaskaThe
The society has appropriated 55009 5OO to tofinance tofinaac tofinance
finance the expedition Prof Pot Tarr will willbe wnIbe willbe
be accompanied by Prof Lawrence Martln Mar Martin MarUn ¬
tin of the University of Wisconsin one oneof oneor oneof
of his former pupils at Cornell Mr MrTarr MrTarr 1r 1rTarr
Tarr will leave Seattle on June 16 and andwill andwill andwill
will be gone all summer summerCheap sumrMrChClp summerCheap
Cheap Hound Trip to California and andAIspkaYukonPacIfic andA1ko andAlaj
Alaj AIspkaYukonPacIfic A1ko kaYukonPacific YukonPadfic Exposition
Via WashingtonSunset route beginning
May 2L 21 Liberal stopovers Return dif different different ¬
ferent route Highest class standard standardservice standardserlce standardservice
service Tourist sleeping cars personally personallyconducted personallycon personallyconducted
conducted con < ucted without change berth 8501 350 350A oO oOA
A A J Poston Gen Ast tUt Sf 05 F 75 iit515th J5 15th b Efts
Believed Trip Up p the MississippiWill Mississippi MississippiWill lIsIIAlppllTnl
Will Open River Rh er > to Commerce CommerceNatchez CommereeNatchez CommerceNatcbes
Natchez Mm xs May SI ITwenty 3 Twenty thou thousand tboapeople thousand ¬
sand people came to Natchez today from fromLouisiana 11011ILoatIdu fromLouisiana
Louisiana and MfaviaatBpt v to see the bat battle battle bettie ¬
tle ship lii TfftanliaJmil eehedppl J The fatstorymafefcuj fatstorymafefcujtch idIItw7 idIItw7tI
tI tch > of the atmcmai battle safe a WIt the theriver tile1tftr thericer
river 10 KatewK N ao aIIUI7 a arty fy m mltae sII61M fuesw fueswthe MM MMth
1M th Gob of Xexhxv iexlea will open this river rtvorte 1Wwtit riverto
te the commerce COIIIIJMI08et of the world at attbat bunt buntthat wastthat
that IK the hop hope eacareosed here by Opt OptJohn OIIptJ CaptJoie
John J C FromoBfc of the tilen vgroL ocsoLlilts vgroLJt
Jt lilts mm mmTnoiV k kmole
n mole Is as in inaiK uo uoahc I taUt l 7 7Is
aiK h > the work of 0 4 4tho U 7JIIII7 ccea cceathe is isthe
the duty of prot nrotecthnr ectia the couatxy la lathae Iatime intime
time of war or impending blip B R 1ttg strife sLt Its Itsmost ItstDlparlaIt Itsmeet
most hunortaat work te openIss opening the world worldto td1M worldto
1M to the commerce of the country tr c ci developtug develop
i tog trade L relations with all parts of the diei thew
i I world w cidja and nd protecting pnJtec our interests ia all allcouatrlea tt ttcounti
counti couatrlea lea leaOther
Other Oellege O ll a Graduates to Honor Honori HonorPr HonorPresidegt
i Presidegt Pr Meat id t IE in Pittwar Pittibarg PittpbargIll I IIII
III Feeling Feel1n Stirred Up by Programme ProgrammetVncn ProgrammeWhen ProgrammeWhen
When HIPs Sons Were Yere to toI toBe toBe
I Be Hosts HostsPttisours lIostsMay hostsPftzuburg
Pttisours May a SPiWlburt A PRtaburff is isstrictly 8 88UIetir astrictly
strictly Tale town bat ant jvot now the com combined ceca1MDed combloed ¬
bined MhhigsaPrincetonPeaasrlvanle MhhigsaPrincetonPeaasrlvanleHarvard Mteiiie IeIdpaPrtDceMp IeIdpaPrtDceMpHarn aPrtaeeteaPeaaeyivala aPrtaeeteaPeaaeyivalaHarvard
Harn Harvard graduates of the city have the theTate theYale theYana
Tate boys much Interested ia their effort effectto effortto ert ertto
to make it pleasant for President William TOtMaxaH WilliamH WHilamH
H H Taft whoa he comes here e nest Sat Saturday Sat1l Saturday ¬
urday 1l ostaranty 3IbIy a H the guest g of the As Associated Associated Assedated ¬
sociated Western We tena Yale YaleIt Clubs ChiosIt ClubsIt
It may yalmoet almost be said that there Is Ill fflfeetta IBf Illfeeling
feetta f feeling over the matter ttel President eat Taft Tafttoo Tafttoo Tafttoo
too does not appear of the opinion that thathe thatJte thatlie
he should confine himself to Yale when whenoa wheRea whenea
ea his visit to PJttsburg aDd be has per perhaps perhaps perhaps ¬
haps innocently noceau played into the heads s of ofother 0theE ofether
other college graduates by b consenting to toassist toasel toassist
assist t in the unveiling bg of a monument monumentte
te tile heroes of 1SZ2 ill at the Arsenal Park Parkhere Parkhere Parkhere
here in the forenoon of Saturday SaturdayRepresentative Sat1ldayReple SaturdayRepresentative
Representative Reple eDttve James F F Burke is blamed blamedfor blamedtor blamedfor
for this by those of the Yale boys who whodont WMdOnt whodont
dont appear to like it it Burke Is a Univnrslty Uni University CatVQrs1ty ¬
versity of Michigan man The Arseaal ArseaalPark ArsaaalPark ArsanalPark
Park programme Is so arranged raD ed that thatHarvard tIMItRanani thatHarvard
Harvard Princeton and Pennsylvania Pennsylvaniawilt
wilt all have a good show at t the Prest President Prestdeu Prestdent ¬
dent deu aDd It win be almost high noon be before be before befete ¬
fore the President Is delivered delv red to his old oldcollege oldcollege oldcollege
college mates at the Fort Fott Pitt Hotel HotelThen HotelThen HotelThen
Then ia the afternoon Sir lr Taft is to tohave tohave tohave
have two hours at the Allegheny llesbon County CountyClub CountyClub CountyClub
Club which is not by any means an ex exclusively exclcstvely exclusively ¬
clusively Yale dub As the matter stands standstonight standstoAlsbt standstonight
tonight It looks as if colleges other then thenYale thenYale thenYak
Yale would have the most most of Mr Taft Taftoutside Tanoutst Taftoutside
outside e of the banquet hall hallAPPEAL hallAPPEAL hallAPPEAL
Cornell Student Oppose a Change Changein i iin
in the tl1 Calendar CnlentlarIthaca CalendarIthaca j jIthaca
Ithaca N Y May 21 1A A petition signed signedby signedby j
by several thousand tbov 9nd Cornell students pro protesting pro protesting protesting ¬
testing against the change C ange in the univer university unlveEsit university ¬
sity calendar as proposed by the faculty facultywill facult facultwill facultywill
will be presented to the Cornell board of oftrustees ortrustees oftrustees
trustees at its meeting Tuesday TuesdayThe TuesdayDe TuesdayThe
The petition has bean circulated for SCT SCTeral se1ecal se seoral
oral days aDd a large majority of under undergraduates undergrad undergraduates ¬
graduates grad ates have signed It ItAt Jt JtAt itAt
At a recent meeting meeUn the faculty passed passeda
a resolution calling for radical changes changesin
in the university calendar but withheld withheldthe withheldthe withheldthe
the report of their action until the trustees trus trustees trustees ¬
tees could pass on it It itThe
t tThe 1The
The new ne > calendar if ratified SciH viil m do doaway donwa doaway
away nwa with the spring vacation entirely entirelyand entirelyand entirelyand
and all holidays except a < opt Christmas vaca vacation vacation vacation ¬
tion Thanksgiving Day and Founders FoundersDay FoundersDa FoundersDay
Day DayTbe Da DayThe
The Idea behind this t fs change Is that the theprofessors thepro theprofessors
professors pro s s claim they cannot get enough enoughwork enouShwork enoughwork
work out of the students under present presentconditions presentconditions presentconditions
conditions conditionsAthletic conditionsAthletic conditionsAthletic
Athletic managers assert s < t that It I thesechanges these thesechanges thesechanges
changes go through they will vill deal a adeath adeath adeath
death blow to three major intercollegiatesportsbaseball Intercollegiate Intercollegiatesports intercollegiatesportsbaseball
sports sportsbaseball baseball rowing and football footballThe footballThe footballThe
The trustees are expected to take no noaction noaction noaction
action on the facultys recommendation recommendationbut
but to let them die peacefully i
Catch Man in Basement of ofChicao ofChicago ofChicago
Chicago Chicago Church ChnrehEEG07EKBD ChurchMANY ChurchMANY
Some of C the I Loot oot Had Boon Taken T Takena ken kena j ja
a Halt Boar H ur Before Icgm u l lInIH pt ptland 3tarjs 3tarjsland
land InIH Hotel teJ and Cfcallcc Holy HolyService Hol HolSerTlce HolyService
Service and nJltlGaJlililcffeJs Oanlei Gaadlcseiols Icfc Were WereStolen WereStolen Tere TereStolen
Stolen from the Oknroh OknrohChfeaft OknrokIM Ohurohtlydlt
tlydlt to IM lpxiirctits L L3IIa7 itttlL itttlLChngd
Chfeaft Chngd 3fay s Si JLwke wthptacl od by the ucIMIa thedaeh
cIMIa et p J in the bagamimt t of te teHoly tbe11Gb theHoly
Holy Angels Itemaa Catholic Chnreh at atOalrwood at4akwsod
Oalrwood boulevard 1IMt1 and Ymceaaas ave aveave Dee avenue
ave e at 4 411 o oed < HOck this aoralss mornnai Fathers FathersWBHam FatIIc3r
r WBHam w Grtma and Tlmotiiy CXShea walt weatthtsr waltIiIIr wentfrom
from thtsr beds te encounter 1OR t two Ns Nf burs bursters buagMcts ¬
ters s
One of the priest inatchud tdaei a revolver revolverthat rftOlnrI revolverthat
I that Jay oa to top of MB dresser and la lathe ta1M inthe
the chase c c after the thieves fired several secoralihoi severalnote
oCe oCeVfI ihoi note noteUpon
Upon the arrival of WsliUB op 3feC JIfcGrick JIfcGrickai Cevkk Cevkkacid vick vickani
ani ai two or three t e ae other inteuU n1ets who were werearoused weear werearoused
aroused ar by the noise DI Fathers Gen GrtaR0SIte and andCrSaea andOShea
CrSaea were found biding one of the theburglars the1IaqJius thebargMrs
burglars The other had escaped natpedPointed escapedPointed MCapeI1Pointed
Pointed Revolver at Thief ThiefFather ThIefFatJter ThiefFather
Father CTShea with a revolver r9hoer at the thethiefs etldeCs thethiefs
thiefs head was leaning over him aad aadFather aadFatber andFather
Father Grtifta was holding Ida oa the theground Utef theground
ground f with a viselike dutch at his histhroat sUat histhreat
throat throatLot threatLet
Let Lot me up rah cboktog cbskis g II the man manpleaded Ja21pleHe manpleaded
pleaded The priests raised him from fromwhere fromw fromwhere
where w ere he lay and ud holding him tightly tightlylei tightlyled
led him late the rectory A telephone telephonecall telepbeAecail telephonecall
call was seat to the Fiftieth street sin sintin station 5WtJea ¬
tin aad the patrol wagon ca came e at break brealcaeck hleai hleaiDeCk breakBeck =
DeCk speed speedOa speedOD speedOn
Oa searching se UC the passageway way where wherethe wherethe wherethe
the burglars were discovered 8i the police poUcefound peHcefouad policefound
found a lot of silverware wrapped up in ina lua Ina
a tablecloth ecIoth It bad Mea stolen half feaifaa aJ aJaa halfas
aa hour before bet re from the Maryland l Hotel Hotellie Hetel Hetel1iI Hotell
lie l Oakwood boulevard boulevardHoly bouIevanLlIo1y boulevardHoly
Holy Service Se ce Stolen StolenA
A gold chance chaHce two gold candlesticks cacdfestlcksa e lestJcks lestJckseruclftx
a crucifix and other articles were also alsofound alsofouDd alsofound
found with the t e silverware The holy holyservice holyserTlce holyservice
service bad been stolen from om the altar altarIa altarla altarIs
Ia the fierce straggle that followed followedFather follewed follewedFtlter followedFather
Father OShea could have killed the theman theman theman
man but he tried to make him captive capUeWIthout captivewithout captivewithout
without using the revovar revovarThe rcv revoverThe r rThe
The other thief aa athletic feilew feilewi feiJGwstnIsgled feiowstruggled
i straggled oat of the priests grasp a BAd BAdft andfled d dfled
fled ft into int Oakwood d boulevard Father PratherOShea FatherOShea
OShea fired several shots at him Wm bet betit atIt butit
it is not thought he was hit hitPEIEST hitPRIEST hitPRIEST
Help Stranger Rob but Thought ThoughtHe ThoughtUe Thoughtlie
He Was Vns Doing Doln Good GoodNew Goodew GoodNew
New ew York May 3 1Ia Ia doing what he hethought hethought bethought
thought was an act of charity the Rev RevM Rc RcM RevM
M A A McManus pastor toc of St St Aloystes AloyslusCburth AloystesChurch A1oyslusCbul
Church Cbul Newark ewark helped two strangers torob to torob t trob
rob robLast
Last Thursday afternoon the priest said saidtoday sd sdtoday ltl ltltoday
today a man and woman accompanied accompaniedby d dby
by their fiveyearold daughter came to tohim tohim tohim
him and asked if I he could provide shelter shelterfor shelterfor alter alterfor
for them t em The man explained that they theyhad theybad theyhad
had just arrived from Topeka Kans Kans and andsaih aMldu andsaidhe
saih du bad no money mane He declared he heW hew hewaan
W w waan an electrician n by b trade trade and had hadobtained badobtained hadobtained
obtained employment with the Edison EdisonManufacturing EdfsonlanuCacturlng EdisonManufacturing
Manufacturing Company C mpeny of West Orange OrangeAs OrangeAs OrangeAs
As the man looked respectable and ap appeared ap appeared appeared ¬
peared to be elllng a true story Father FatherMcManus FatherM FatherMcManus
McManus M Ianus agreed to help him Going to tothe tothe tothe
the hotel of George Schierer at 76 Bowery Bow Bowery Bowery ¬
ery the priest told the proprietor proprietorthat proprietorthat proprietorthat
that the strangers were his friends and andthat andthat andthat
that be would stand the expenses f what whatever whateer whatever ¬
ever they were The hotel man gave the thethree thethree thethree
three a room on the second floor and andwent andwent andwent
went downstairs Half an hour later he hereturned hereturned hereturned
returned to the room and found the theguests theguests theguests
guests gone An Investigation then revealed re revealed re reea1ed ¬
vealed that two diamond studded side sidecombs sld sldcombs sidecombs
combs a breast pin a gold cnaln e a1n and andtwo a andtwo 1d 1dtwo
two rings belonging to Schterers wife wifewere w1ewere wifewere
were missing missingNo missingNo missingNo
No report of o the Incident was made to totha tothe tothe
the police
President Gonzales Appeals to Peo People People Peopie ¬
ple to Save the Country CountryMobile CouutrTMobile CountryMobile
Mobile Ala May 23 According to reports re reports re reports ¬
ports here from rum Port Limon Costa Rica RicaPresident RicaPresident RicaPresident
President Cleto Gonzales of that country coun country country ¬
try sent the most notable message on onrecord onrecord onrecord
record to the Costa RIcan Congress CongressThe CongressThe CongressThe
The republic he said had passed and andwas andwas andwas
was passing through a crisis disaster disasterafter disasteraler disasterafter
after disaster during the past months monthshad monthsftad monthshad
had overtaken the count crops ruined ruinedvaluable ruinedra1U8b1e ruinedvaluable
valuable public works destroyed agri agriculture agrlcmt1lre agriculture ¬
culture and commerce prostrated pr s ated busi business busIness busness ¬
ness paralyzed and the t e public PUbnc Iel 1c treasury treasurysuffered treasury54IZrered treasuryseffered
suffered to a considerable extent extentUnder extentUndOl extentUnder
Under these adverse ciqcBKistaaces a be heappealed beappeaJod beappealed
appealed to the peoples p6QpIes1eve love of their theircountry t theirautttry elr elrMUIItrY
country which w 1IIck uiek today needs their help helpThe BellLDIe helpThe
The chief eaese of the crisis he said saidwas saidfrom saidwas
was from the failure of the t e nattooal nattooaliKOdaetfoR D natismalprd tl DaI1INdtIcdOR
prd iKOdaetfoR cdos two of the principals bete being 1teIasr beingaoa
r > aoa and coffee eo ee both of winch had hadnskowa JwIdMwa hadaeasws
nskowa a remarkable r redaction reduedoaThe reiadJoaTIle redactionThe
The experts of coffee for Ute previous previoosyears preriousiJrs previousyears
iJrs years he said did JaCK reach Ifs 2tt W bags bagsaad Pa Pa0WDeC bagsand
and owners of railroad property aad others oth others otben ¬
ers have suffered a toes of over SiMMtlH SiMMtlHThe S SJll6IIWeDt IN INThe
The president favors t a tax of 2 cents centsgold c8lltSsold centsgold
gold on every buBch of bacaaas exported exportedfrom expodedJOIII exportedfrom
from the country countryJSTEAMEKS COUIItt7STEAMERS countrySTEAMERS
Ve Vessels eIIJeIN Kcl Reach Sew York Bearing DenrlnsEd BearingEvidences
I Evidences Ed deneej of Their Struggle Strnprglesteamers Strut StruggleNow le
New York lay ITwo steamers la isNew laNew IIINew I
New York Harbor today the BMey BMeyl BWe7m Bleleyfoni
foni l m aaa GiMgow and tile Madam from fromKewcaotfe U8IRNewaaJe fromhTadaatle
Kewcaotfe both Britlahers bore 1M re evidence artdeaeeof 9IdeReet evidenceof
of being badly y bettered by fe len lenThe IeId6 IeId6i1I8 fl We Weaad
The BI wee b ndt a leaky CI tu cosdltirs
u that be add to be lilt bt y deck tIoeIcMIll deckzad
MIll It was discovered 4JI that she had lesta1I loot lootaft 1Mtall
aft Mar propeller blades sure OM which whichwas wJIietwtMe whichwades
was twisted aDd beat beatTaa beatTh beetThe
The Benders was hi the toe the better betternactr 1NtterIItr betterPart
Part ec of two days oft the Banks of N NftI Na v v8aeiked y yaad
8aeiked ftI tad cotnmocTcted by whistle whistlewJta wmsoeWStIa whistlewith
with tile Mongolian X of the Alien Steam Steamaele4t StearaCoaspaay 5teamY
aele4t Coaspaay t mpeay Y which was wedged te toe toeoff leelilt IceC
off C Sc Johns Harbor Bar and some of whose whosepeseoca whoacpaiftijau
peseoca paiftijau 11 iIt ii walked waIkede ashore Another Tea Teaset Feeeet
set jh comaslaated rma liand with was the tbeBrUfth eBrUIIIa theBritleh
BrUfth stet ateamshh = Denona bound for Moa Moatraal Momtrod
trod 11 This veasrt was far to the north northwhera Iice northwbra
whera in the ice was worse and was ha mJIHCL a apetsInks
JIHCL petsInks position Jut Mawr aM Ute
dew t aw of the Madura are waadrt woadertag uIKtllg g K KAB ItWM nbc nbcwin
WM w abi to weedier the crash crwIIAD crashAA
AB the hKXHciag eiqcalii gels report r a auwer auweroue D8Rt9r0U6 tmer tmerOIt6
oue ber be bergs s ia the laDe moe traveled tra by regular regwiarttoers regularfloors epIa1IDen
floors ttoersSTOPS 1IDenSTOPS floorsSTGPS
STOPS RWnffl GOLB3O2PS GOL cOLD iM opS TALK TomDetective TAEEDetective TALKDotectie
Detective Halts Meeting When It ItBorders ItBorderll ItBorders
Borders on Anarchy AnarcliyNew Anarch Anarchfew AnarchyNow
New York May 2L 3LI ISmaa Goldman Goldmanwho GoIdIIIawbe Goldmanwho
who has been MIhertag olhrermg a series of oflectures eIeciws oflectures
lectures at Lextagton Le HaM HIlI one ol o trieron thea theaon eIIIoa
on rile true shjnaleaace e of aatrchismwas aaarchism aaarchismwas aaareIdsIawM
was stopped today br the tJte police policeinjon polleeMI8e policezrn
injon Mtai nrfligai r ratU Wk tke piat piatat
zrn atJl at atU Jl jaWudcnSi n te foreaooa 0I8 0RI sitethe site sitei
I eei c i M the tIteaBed Mf persons personspresent persons personsplwsemt
present and aBed Ia m ht m a way that dfe dfepteaeed dteC hapleased
pleased a detective of die district attor attorneys attoraeYg x xAfIIs ¬
neys omee ce shoe who stopped hetWhen her herWnoa
I When the dmedve eceetlv ranted Us band haadaomui bandsome
I some of the people fat the antloaeo andfesleethought antloaeothought lleDeetM
thought be was abort ausut te strike 3 Miss MI5sOoIII MissGoldman k kGoMmaa
GoMmaa and there was a rasa for the theplatform titepIattenL theplatform
platform He sipped oat te the street streetand streetand t tall
and blew his ms whistle whistleFifteen wldsdeFtfteea whistleFifteen
Fifteen mec were huatied down is a ai ap apatrol
i patrol p wagon but m Is the maintiiaL EMI EmotaGoMmaa I1Iad EaGoldman
Goldman had departed The pollee cleared clearedSHOETS deueddie clearedthe
Ball Manipulation In Wheat Jleat Has but batSix butSlx butSix
Six Days to Run HanChicago RunCIdeaso Runcbteage
Chicago May St ITile The great bull mn mnnlpmisdon ma ma1I1pttoa a aalpuHrtfon
alpuHrtfon in May wheat has but t six sixmore sixmon sixmere
more nays to rua As Monday Is Deeerdoa Deee Deeeradoa DeeersdH
radoa Day and a hoMay the shorts must mustdeliver IStdeliver mastdeliver
deliver either the meaer m ey or the wheat het by bynoon bynoon j j1MMNl
noon Saturday SaturdayPacteas Satazda7Pa SaturdayFatlous
eRs Pa proots wW wi i exceed SUX IAHIa 3tiCIUOI 3tiCIUOIDin fiQil fiQilW
W Din Sodtvidval lute was about IMBMa IMBMaboshefe ir11 ir11bushels
bushels His brotber bad 1MCMU addt addttiaaal addidoaat
tiaaal bushels e16 ADd his followers 17OMW 17OMWbosaeis 17OJUM1Ias ILWIIlbushels
bushels 1Ias eis making a total deee to toibis 4lCO WJIOt iDI iDIbushels 3 3besbels
bushels This has been marketed Rlalketedat at aa aaaverage aDave anaverge
average ave ge profit o of 39 cents a bushel busbeLM01TGOHAS DusbeLMONGOLIAN bushelMONGOLIAN
Steamer Held in Ice Pack Reaches ReachesHalifax ReneheHnI1fax ReachesHalifax
Halifax S S sHaiiax SHalifax
Halifax May 23 23The The Alma Inter Moa MoagoHan Mongtilan r rpHan
goHan Imprisoned SmpIs me < for fOCj five days s ia the thetee thelee theIce
tee off o St Jonas Xew Newfouadlaad 9UadtaDd arrived arrivedh arrived6re arrivedhere
h here 6re ftre at noon toda Except for 8 injury to tothe tot tothe
the propeller blades the steamer Is but butsttghtiy butsitghtl butslightly
slightly sitghtl damaged damagedThe damagedne damagedThe
The steamer reports the steamer Ma Maaura kd1Ira Madura
d1Ira aura from Liverpool for f New York Yorkcaught Yorkcaught
caught ca ght in the ice iceof off the Newfoundland Newfoundlandcoast N Newfoundlandcoast
coast On April 2t the Mongolian and aadMadura maGdut3 andMadura
Madura dut3 almost collided The fct fie cg was wasthick wasthick
thick and when it lifted and revealed the thetwo dtetwo thetwo
two ships they were not were than 2 2yards 211 211yards
yards apart apartAt apartAt
At the same time the Madura bad a aclose aclose
close call from running g late an icebergwhich iceberg icebergwhich
which was directly ahead of her boW bovrWIEL bowWILL
Bcliered Believed B UeTed Senator Will Be Elected ElectedIn EleetedIn
In Illinois This Week WeekSpringfield WeekSpringfield eek eekSprlngft
Springfield Sprlngft ld III Ill May 23 o3Unless Unless tl ess some something something something ¬
thing unexpected happens the legislature legislaturewin legislaturewill legislaturewilt
win adjourn on Saturday Setur e The chief chiefthing chletHing chiefthing
thing expected is the breaking be ki g of the theSenatorial theSenatofKl theSenatorial
Senatorial deadlock de Ql ck on Tuesday or Wed Wednesday Wednesday Wednesday ¬
nesday and the election e of a United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States Senator to succeed s former Sena Senator SelJator Senator ¬
tor Hopkins There is hardly a a member memberof
of the legislature who aces tiDes not feel certain cer certain cartaJn ¬
tain that the deadlock dMdlo deadiScic I IH 1 go to pieces piecesoa
oa Tuesday and that a Senator e atot will be boWALTEE bechaseR bechosen
Son of Railroad President and andProminent andProminent andProminent
Prominent Manufacturer BlannfactnrerNew 3fanufaeturerNe ManufacturerNew
New Ne York May 24 24 Walter Walter T Hanson Hansonpresident Hansonpresident
president of the Bibb Maauf Manufacturing MaDufacturlngCompeny ManufacturingCompany acturiag
Company of Macon Ga one of the thelargest thelugest thelargest
largest cotton goods mills Ia the South Southand Southand Southand
and son SG l of MaJ a1 John F Hanson presi president presldent president ¬
dent of the Central of Georgia Railway Railwayand Pallwayand Railwayand
and the Ocean Steamship Company diedthismorning died diedthis dledthlsmornlng
this thlsmornlng morning of o heart trouble at the Ho Hotel Ho Hotel Hotel ¬
tel Belmont following an attack of acute acuteIndigestion acuteIndigestion
Indigestion IndigestionMr indigestionMr
Mr Hanson H2Jl n was about forty fortytwo twee years yearsold
old and Is survived by his wife and three threechildren threechildren
childrenPopular children childrenPopular
Popular Excursion Sunday May 20 20llcltimore ZOo ZOoUnltlmore o oBaltimore
Baltimore nod Ohio R R R RLIO RSUO RLto
SUO LIO round trip to Harpers Ferry and andMartlnsburg andMartlnsburg
Martlnsburg 5L35 l3i to Berkeley Springs Springsand Springsand
and 52P6 to o Cumberland Special traialeaves trainleaves
leaves Union Station SO5 IS a 3 m m returning returningeaine
eaine 5 = 0 day
Puts Question Squarely Up r p to toRepublican toRepublican o oRepublican
Republican Party PartyINDORSES PartJL PartyINDORSES
Part Party y Platforms Necessary but butAre butAr butAre
Are Ar Often Misconstrued MisconstruedDeclares MisnonstruedDecInre3 MisconstruedDeclares
Declares Relief Would Come Sooner Soonerif Soonerif
if fie Taxpayers Weald Take TakeLittle a aLittle aLittle
Little More Iore Interest In National Xntlona1A1rtln SationalAffairs NationalASKlr
Affairs and Criticise jtfcbe Their Repreacntativcs Repre Hepreaeniaiives Repre1tentnHTe3
aeniaiives When They Tko Are Wrong TTronePublic WrongPublic ronb ronbI
Public I nbfc Skonld > KnoW Truth TrntnToledo TruthToledo
Toledo 7 Onto Ob1 Ha I 21 SIa Iii an iatervlew iatervlewat iaterve iaterveiR
iR at a local paper today VfHtatn Jennings JenningsBcyaa JenningsBQIa Jennings7an
Bcyaa 7an declares that FreaWeat t Taft Taftthe Ms Msdodge hasde09ed
dodge ta the tariff question puts it itsoueretjF itto itstaezt
soueretjF up to the Republican party and andtauuu andIS addieeasea
dieeasea tauuu IS > at length the differences ditr eDCes < be betwoaa lJe lJetWIIIIII between
twoaa th the w words revised aDd ure ureptJrbr re redacoi restr
dacoi dacoiParty
Party + str platforms are necessary n essat but butare butIf butare
are ariscoaatrued If n8L1Ied unless they ti ev are posi positive p pI pe pelive s ¬
live and sped I make this statement statementat stat rrnt rrntbt
bt at view oC the way 7 te which Sepublicaoa Sepublicaoaax Republ1c Republ1cIe
ax are ievMuj the tarhT upward instead 1nst d o2 o2dowaward j jcl odid
did cl says 3r Bryan Senatori Senator SenatorAMrlch SenatorAldrich
i Aldrich and fats crowd hi the Senate co coatrae em emsirue > 1 1i
i atrae the tariff plank fat the Bepubiicaa Repubiianplatform Bepubiicaapiatfbmt RepubitcanI
I platform to mean an lacroafeo in duties dutiesThe dl duesThe es
I The people thought dtCereoUy tIy but the theRimiii theRepebllaa
I Rimiii Repebllaa n ii tariff Plank was so todeftnitey todeftniteyworded IDdetL1iteyr iudetniteyceded
r worded that there Is room far the rsro rsroIndorses twaVIcWL
Ylewitlndones VIcWL
Indorses Gore Resolution
r T meet > sa heartily approve of the reso resonates Tegoend resoIeelom ¬
nates oaTerad end by aegstcr netcr Gore Go of Okla Oklahoma Oklgaft Ukiabomi ¬
homa propotttufe aa investigation as ta taan t tt1te tothe
an reanomaofatr reapon for tne high bi cost o2 o2Bvtag v vJIvms f friv
Bvtag BvtagSenator riv
Senator Gore U entirely tire right h1 T Tha Thahigh TaIgIa e ehigh
high taifff Republicans have ha e tried to toshift t ttIdtt toshift
shift the Kopomnbtttty from the manu manufaccarers man manfaet8nn manufactwers
faccarers to the merchants This is im Lraportaat imiI importanii
portaat and it is only onl right that th t tie th6pnbHe th thpublic tiepublic
public should know the truth of tbe trou trouble trouble treubte ¬
ble with the Republican platform cf oflast oflasttall last lastfan lastfall
fan was that It was not specific spe tic and den dentate defl deflate efi efiDIte ¬
tate The tariff tart plank used j the word wordrevasaf wvdre wordrevhe4
re revasaf Iwpttnd humna etM of the wor4 vaaueoa vaaueoagjat sluee slueetttw U UAJaneb
gjat tttw ngw etec BiaBBi Aldrtcfa and J his crowd crowdconstrue crowdeDIIIIStnIe crowdeometrae
construe It to mean aa increase white wtilasome whitescene J Jsome
some of the Western ten Republicans R ft insist insistit 1nistit insistit
it contemplated a decrease ia the rates ratesRepublicans ratesRepubl1ean ratesRepublicans
Republicans at Fault FaultMr Faultr FaultMr
Mr r Taft dodged tbe oueatioo So for foras farcoaI4 fa faas
as I conat learn from his ma speeches the theaoareot euoareat e ei
i aoareot he ever come to a construction constructionthe eonstrxL0ic constrsctoaof
ic of the pIIItfGta wu to eeIar declare when ht1 it itthe 1
11 the West that it meant aa bonest re revfaaoB re reat re revbeloa
vfaaoB at one tune declaring that that whil whilsome wr asenate A AI
some schedules ought to be revised and andsooe Inlseae antsome
some krwered the revision would M Mprobably t tI beprobably
probably downward The Republican Repubiiatnational Republicanmrional R pubiia pubiiaeoaveatloR
I national eonventios eaavat en was at fault in ne not notmaking nrtI t tmak
I mak making a spadflc sped IIOIIII uiatoe of reduction reductioni reduction111III1 reductionand
i and die ne BepabHcaa B voters were at fault faultm faulthi a1itIII
m III Kimrim ao tnrtauuite e so evasive e anti arclso arda antissi
so ueveyUie a word wor as revteion as asscncleat as a amGIdeat
s scncleat promise promiseAs X8IIIbeAs proa > tse tseAs
As to the Democrats who voted for forthe tOLtile farthe
the imposttkm of duties uUeil they have as a arate anile arule
rate defended their tit conduct on the thagrouad thtthat theground
ground that the duties voted ell for or wer werrevenoe we werneuw were wererevenue
revenue duties and they have DOt l te beet beethigb > eea eeaMall n nlaM1I1tel
Mall d dues 4e 3foa Measured ared oa aa ad valorem valorembashf valorembaIIr valorembssa
bashf the duty oa lumber and on iron ironore ironore ironore
ore are but a small portion of the prXf prXfI pr prI prI
I think that the Democrats who voted votedfor WI votedroc tel telfer
for the duty made maderb8 a aThe rafetafee rafetafeei
i The Democratic platform demandei demandeiI deln8 detnan3e1free Iel Ielfnoe
I free lumber aDd I believe a platform is isbindiag IS1IIndiBs ishindiag
bindiag upon alt who run upon open it It ati avid ah1k avidIt > l lit
it ought of bt to have weight ht with the mem members memDenI members ¬
bers of the party who were elected be before betwe before ¬
fore the platform was adopted adoptedif LHJ adoptedif
HJ if if the taxpayers would take a a little littlemore 1Itt19we Ittle Ittlemore
more Interest 1Dte t In the tariff ta l question and andchastise andcIIMrIse anddttmtise
chastise the representatives tatlves who igncrlg ignor ignoring 19n r rlag ¬
lag tile Interests lat < est8 of IN he consumer coal mer fo folow CoJew fog fogJew >
Jew the advice of the protected JCOt interestsrelief interests interestsreHef interestsrelle
relief would come sooner soonerSUES SOODerSUES soonerSUES
I Theodore Triedeiaelm Jr Filet FlleaTapers FUellrpcrs FiletPapers
Tapers for Divorce DivorcePMadeiphfcu DivorceaT DivorcePidladeiphs
PMadeiphfcu StaySTheodore May MTbeodore Theodore Wieder Wiedersehn Wiedersetal Wiedersdm
sehn jr of Overbrook Oeri ook has filed papers papersia papeSiii papersis
ia a suit for divorce against Grace GraceTTOederaefan Gra GraWJed GrateJederteba
TTOederaefan WJed a a prominent artist ardecNamed ard8tNJDed artistNamed
Named as corespondent ia the case is isWi aw isWI
Wi Heyward Drayton Jr society raaa raaasad maIlAd matand
sad cia > man man of Melroie MelroieMrs XelroleXrs MekoeeMrs
Mrs Wddaraebn Weld is said to be in Pasa Pasadena Pa9dell Pasadena ¬
dena dell ad Mr Drayton is also in Cali Califorala CaUfocn1 Californla
forala focn1 Another report states that tha tnaartist thaKrtJet thaartist
artist has gone to South Da3 Dakota ta where whereMrs wheres whereMrs
Mrs Wekferseim W er intended to InsUtntff InsUtntffdivorce lnsUtutdhrorcepoceedtap insttutadivorce <
divorce dhrorcepoceedtap dhrorcepoceedtapIrs proceedings proceemiujsSfcs proceedingsMrs
Irs Wledenwlm Wl tLl1i was formerly Miss V VGrace VGrace VGrace
Grace Gebbte of Bakaaore Bali ere and is one oneof oneor oneof
of the foremost childreifs s Ometrators In Iathe Int inthe
the t c country couatryWHISKY countryWHISKY
Parents Administer Hffaor on Ship Shipr Shllito Shlpto
to Cure Seasickness SeasicknessNew SeaIJleknessNew SeasicknessNew
New York YOIk May iI 2SL 1WWskT Whtsfcy adminis administered admlnlstered administered ¬
tered as a cure for seasickaess s caused causedthe eaUSdthe causedthe
the death of two nineyearold boys boysj boyssteeage bosssteerage
j steerage paaaeasers 1J 1811 oa the steamer Kais Kaiserm Ka1sera Kaiserie
era Augusta VTctorhu which arrived here hereyesterday hereyesterda hereyesterday
yesterday from HamburgThe Hamburg HamburgThe argThe
The small victims became sick k during duringthe dutingle duringthe
the rooea rwg rough weather encountered last lastThursday lastaIMl lastThursday
Thursday and wd their parent gave them themthe themthe themthe
the Honor hoping to ease their nausea nauseaThe nauseaThe nauseaThe
The children rapidly grew worse andalthough and andalthough andaldloUglt
although the ships surgeon was sent for forthe fortlt forthe
the tlt yona younger er of the boys Herman HermanSchmidt HermanSclIiBldt HermanSchmidt
Schmidt died on the following day The Theother TheoUrer Theother
other James Kaseibar lingered until untilMonday unUlMODdaY untilMonday
Monday when he he too succumbed bed Both Bothwere Bothwere Bothwere
were buried at sea seaDoproa sea seaDOCTOR seeDOCTOR
i iStudJnr
Studying Patients Case When en Death DeathCome DeathCAme DeathCame
CAme Suddenly SuddenlyI SuddenlyYork SuddenlyYork
I York Pa Pa > May M 23 IDr Dr L L E Zech of ofi otYork ofYork
i York visited one of his patients pU Rts yester yesterday yesterdsJ yesterday ¬
day OB Onds his retttmlag he reclined upon upona
9 a couch to think tl Dk over tbe diagnosis d no5 6 o ohis ot othis ofhis
his patient When Wbe his son SOD Dr Harry S SZech W WZech Wzech
Zech looked into his hisfathers fathers face h hfound hs hsfound hefound
found him dead Neuralgia of the heart heartIs heartis heartIs
Is thought to be the cause of 0 his Js death deathChoice deathI deathChoice
Choice Flowers for or Funerals FnncrnlSpeclI FuneralsSpecial
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