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Rain Changes to Snow but Downfall Does Doesi
i Not Appear App ar to Be Near End E EndRiver EndRiverSeine d River RiverSeine RiverI RiverSeine I
Seine Is Still Sti l Rising RisingParis
Paris P ris Jan 27 27About About i oclock this Thursday morning under underthe underthe underthe
the enormous en rmous pressure pr sure of the flood floodth the th remaining valls of the railway railwaystation railwaystation railwaystation
station on the Quai dOrsay gave way Immediately a tumultuous tumultuousflood tumultuousflood tumultuousflood
flood spread over the entire quarter causing a panic among the resi residents residents residents ¬
dents The Rue Lille and the Rue Poitiers were w were re covered cover d with water waterwhich waterwhich waterwhich
which rose at the rate of four inches a minute The Boulvard St StGermain St StGerinain StGeriiain
Germain was wa similarly inundated inundatedSerious inundatedSerious inundatedSerious
Serious accidents are feared on the left bank of the Seine The Thesituation Jhe Jhesituation he hesituation
situation remains inexpressibly deplorable in the suburbs Fifty thou thousand thousand thousand ¬
sand persons are without shelter shelterf shelterThere shelterThere shelterThere f v
There is reason to believe that the thex theworst x worst of o the flood has not yet yetbeen yetbeen yetbeen
been reached The Seine has been rising all day and at a late hour to tonight tonight tonight ¬
night it was still rising risingOvernight risingOvernight risingOvernight
Overnight there was a spell of fair weather and hopes rose in con consequence con consequence consequence ¬
sequence but two or three hours later snow snow began to fall f ll and it has hascontinued hascontinued hascontinued
continued almost unceasingly ever since sinceMeteorological sinceMeteorologi sinceMeteorologid
Meteorological Meteorologi al reports from rom the upper valleys of the Seine and its itsaffluents itsaffiuents itsaffluents
affluents give no indication of permanent improyements and the Central CentralWeather Centraleather Cenfralreather
Weather eather Bureau of Paris is unable to encourage libpe h pe that the downfall downfallwill downfallwin downfallwill
will soon ceae ceaeThe Ge3pC Ge3pCThe ceacThe
The water spread through several more districts of the city during duringthe duringthe duringthe
the day chiefly through the various subways It is as though a subter subterranean subterranean subterranean ¬
ranean lake existed under Paris with only a thin crust to support the city
Water bubbles through in the most un unexpected unexpected unexpected ¬
expected places Workman were em employed employed employed ¬
ployed on the main boulevards today todayseeking to todayeceking ay ayse
seeking se k1ng holes In the paving and wherever whereverthey whereverthey whereverthey
they found a oraok orack It was wa cemented cementedA
A large part of the thoroughfare in infront Infront Infront
front of the St St Lazalre Lazaje e Railway Station StationWES tatlon tatlonwas taUonwas
was closed by ropes lest the street sub subside subdc subelde ¬
side dc Tho came thing Was done in Ruo RuoRoyale RuoRoyale RueRoyale
Royale facing facn tho Church of the Made Madeleine MAdeleine Madelelne ¬
leine leineA lelneA
A main sewer at Cllchy the largest largestdrain 1argetdrain t tdrain
drain In Paris burst this morning The Thopossibility ThepossIbll1ty Thepossibility
possibility of other sewers bursting is isone Isonl Isone
one of the graveiit r8veKt avet faotorsin faators ln the tfutlcok tfutlcokThe dut1cbkTbe tMtlcbkThe
The eanitty ean1tib officials are gravely con concerned concerned concerned ¬
cerned because the river and its over overflow overflow 1 1flow
flow are already contaminated contamlnat by refuse refuseof retuseof refuseof
of aU sorts washed down by the torrents torrentsThe torrentsThe torrentsThe
The street sweepings are usually loaded loadedon loadedon loadedon
on barges and towed away but the block blockade blockade blockado ¬
ade of the bridges now prevents tills be being be being being ¬
ing done and for the last few days the thesweepings theswooplngs thesweepings
sweepings have been dumped in the river riverThis derThis riverThia
This may lead to disease diseaseWater dISe6seVater diseaseWater
Water Supply Cut Off OffTho OtTTho OffThe
Tho drinking water supply has been beencut beencut beencut
cut in some parts of the city owing to its itscontamination ItsconUunlnation ItscontaminattQn
contamination It 19 doubtful whether whetherthe whetherthe whetherthe
the water now supplied everywhere In the thecity thecity thecity
city can be safely consumed even when whenIt whenIt whenIt
It Is boiled Incidentally this has greatly greatlyincreased greatlyIncreased greatlyIncreased
increased the demand for bottled waters watersAnother watersAnother watersAnother
Another serious problem is the dis disposal disposal dispose1 ¬
posal of the dead Some of the ceme cemeteries cematfrfes cemeteries ¬
teries are deeply flooded One in an aneastern anlastern aneastern
eastern suburb is under water to the thecross thecross thecross
cross on the mortuary chapel Many Manybodies Manybodlee any anybOOl
bodies bOOl are awaiting burial in the city cityBusiness cityBustnS8 cityBustnse
Business is greatly hampered and in insome Insome Insome
some districts it is stopped altogether altogetherMany altogetherJlany altogetherMany
Many manufactories are closed having havingeither havingto
to either been flooded or deprived of power powerand powerand powerand
and light lightThe 1I1htThe UghtThe
The men and women WQ thrown out of ofwork otwork ofwork
work by the inuniation must mu t number numbermany numbermAny numbermany
many thousands Even in some of the theunfloodod theunflooded theuniloodod
unfloodod parts of the oily as little work workas workas workas
as ps eThle fble Ie is being done as the clerks clerksand olerksant1 clerksand
and other employes empIoy living in the suburbs suburbsare 8uburbaro suburbsare
are unable to reach their places of em employment employment employment ¬
ployment or are busy rescuing their prop property vroperty property ¬
erty at home homeHotels homeI10telK homeHotels
Hotels Are Crowded CrowdedThe CrowdedThe trowdedThe
The hotels are crowded with wealthy wealthysuburbanites weft1thysuburbtnltu wealthysuburbanites
suburbanites who have abandoned their theirresidences theirre8idence theirreeidencoa
residences rather than suffer inconven inconvenience InconvenIence inconvenlenco ¬
ience or worse from the floods They are arein areIn areIn
in many cases charged high price prle Even Eventhen Eenthen Eventhen
then they do not always eseap the wa water watfr water ¬
ter The flood Invaded the Hotel Con Continental Continent Continental ¬
tinental tinent tonight stopped the electric elactr sup supply supph supply ¬
ply and upset the kitchen arrangements arrangementsTho arrangemontsThe arrangementsThe
The restaurants everywhere are doing doingIncreased doln dolnIncreuetl doingIncreased
Increased business oo ln008 > householders being beingunable beingunable beingunable
unable to t cook at home owing to lack lackof lackof lackof
of fuel and other difficulties The prices pricesof pricesof pricesof
of perishable food continues to rise stead steadily steadIIY steact ¬
t IIY People with small maU Incomes are being beingpinched beingpinched beingpinched
pinched by b1 these e inconveniences but their theirdilemma theirdilemma theirdilemma
dilemma is merely mer b a picnic compared with withthe ft1ththe withthe
the suffering of the thetboneends thousands tbourds who have Iwvebeen 118V 118Vbeen havebeen
been driven from their homes homesIt homesIt homeeIt
It is figured that there are at least Jeetperot 15908 15908persons liQpenous
persons perot sheltered tonight tonlc t in public build building bulldi14GB buildiLge ¬
ing i14GB glad to have a a straw mattreas to tolie tolie tolie
lie on and a soldiers rations for supper supperTheir supperTheir supperTheir
Their homes and furniture either lie soak soaking aoaktng soakIng ¬
ing in mud and water or O are completely completelywrecked completelywreek completelywreckO
wrecked wreek for a number of slight sll ht houses housesin housesIn housesIn
in the poor suburban districts collapsed collapsedbeneath ooUap eoliapjbeneath d dbeneath
beneath tile pressure of the flood floodWorlc ftOW ftOWVorl 1iolWork
Work Vorl of Relief Begun BegunThe DegunThe BegunThe
The city itself 11Ml has been divided Into Intofive Intofive intolIve
five main sections for the distribution of ofrelief oCreltef ofrelief
relief under the Joint control of the t mili military military milltary ¬
tary governor and tho prefect of police policeThe policeThe policeThe
The work workd dOne ne for the public under their theirdirection theirdirection theirdirection
direction Is of Incalculable value luo The Thesoldiers Theooldiv Thesoidiecu
soldiers and police are are1ey fliBy y from rom dawn dawnto dawnto dawnto
to dark spending most of their time In Inwading Inwading inwading
wading in n mud and water above their tholrImee theirrne theirkne
Imee kne rne distributing food and rescuing the thesick tllosick thesick
sick and others threatened by b the flood floodMany DoodIany flootLMany
Many Iany of them have been unable unab to tostand toutand toetand
stand the exhausting work Chilled by bythe bytho bythe
the icy water and bften going for long longperiods longperiods longperiods
periods without food toodthey they have been beencompelled beencompolled beencompelled
compelled to go to the hospitals where wheresome whereSome wheresome
some of them have developed pneumonia pneumoniaThe pneumoniaThe pneumoniaThe
The rescuers r ouers often meet with the great greatest greatest greatoct ¬
est difficulty dltflc lty in persuading p people to toleave toleave toleave
leave their tlir homes This has been l > een par particularly partlcularJthe particularly ¬
ticularly tlcularJthe the ease in the th poorer districts districtsOne dltitrietsOne dltrietOne
One of those Javol a densely peopled peopledarea peopledarea peopledarea
area beyond the Champ de Mars lalf was
I only reached by the flood this morning morningThe morningThe morningThe
The officials immediately placarded p Ilearued eanled the thedistrict thedistrict thedistrict
district warning the inhabitants to leave leaveand looveand leaveand
and supplemented the advice by verbal verbalexhortations verbalexhortations rb5l rb5lexhortations
exhortations from police lIce and soldiers soldiersThe soldiersThe soldiersThe
The people had abundant visible evi evidence evidence evidence ¬
dence of the coming flood as street after afterstreet aCtarstreet afterstreet
street became a muddy lagoon They Theystood Theystood Theystood
stood about aimlessly however howev r discuss disoussliig dlsQu5sIng discusslug
lug the Inundation or arguing with the thepolice thepoUcq thepoltec
police poUcqThe poltecThe policeThe
The district had already suffered by the thecompulsory UaoI thecompulsory
compulsory closing of the automobile automobileworks automobileworks automobileworks
I works where many of the Inhabitants Inhabitantswere Inhabitantswere
were employed and the Ingres 1ngr of water waterto watarto waterto
I to theIr homes often raised rainedhoiplesa helpless anger angerand angerand ang angand
and vague ague threats against the authorities authoritiesor
or morty mo prosperous neighbors Tonight Tonightof
of about 26000 persons residing J In the thedistrict thedistrict thedistrict
district of Javel some 10100 are are homeless homelessOne homelessOne homelessOne
One of the greatest dangers to Paris Parisnow Parisnow Parisnow
now is i of subsidences and au the crumbling crumblingof
of the foundations of buildings The Theevacuation Theevacuation Theevacuation
evacuation of one wing of the ministry ministryof mlnletr mlnletrof
of foreign affairs was an Indication of ofthe otthe ofthe
the realization reaUz reaIizatIonof tlon of t this danger The ground groundgave groundgave groundgave
gave way wa at the Metropolitan Railway RailwayI Rallwa Rallwaetatlon RiIwaystation
I station at Percy this evening evenln and the thewater thewater thewater
water rushed ru hed In This constituted a dan danger danger danger ¬
ger to the neighboring houses bou which the thepolice thepolice thepolice
police caused cau ed to be hurriedly evacuated evacuatedCOUNTEEKSITEKS ooaeuatedCOUNTERFBITERS evacuatedCOUNTERPITRs
Eight Italians In Net After Tears YeuraWorlc YeurlfVorIc TearsWork
Work 1 17 Secret Service ServiceNew Sericcew ServiecNew
New ew York Jan 26 GEight Eight Italians half halfof bAltof halfof
of tho sixteen who were rounded up by bySecret bySecret
j Secret SenIce detectives last October Octoberwere Octoberwere Octoberwere
were brought to the bar of the tb criminal criminalbranch criminalbranch criminalbranch
branch of the United States court today todayto
jto to stand trial on the charge of oountor oountorfelting oounterteltlng oountorfelting
felting feltingIt
It Is not a pleasant parcel p rcel of defendants defendantsto
to look upon this consignment of eight eightwhich eightwhich eightrlislt
which have fallen in the net of Chief ChiefFlynn ChiefFbnn ChiefFlynn
Flynn of the Secret Service For over overa overa overa
a year Flynn and his men have l w been run running running running ¬
ning down makers and pushers of ofpoorly otpoorly ofpoorly
poorly counterfeited cOlntereUed 2 and t5 bills billsCOPPER billsCOPPER bilI bilICOPPER
Guggenheim nml Anaconda to Take TakeOver TaleOer TakeOver
Over Smaller Concerns ConcernsNew ConcernsNew ConcernsNew
New York Jan 26 26Tho The merger of the theGuggenheim theGuggenheim theGuggenheim
Guggenheim Copper companies which whichwas Whichwas whichwas
was held up by b injunction was perfected perfectedtoday perfectedtoda perfectedtoday
today toda Immediately Inmedlatel after the dissolution dissolutionof d1 soluttonof
of the injunction by the courts of New NewJersey NewJersey NewJersey
Jersey JerseyThe JerseyThe
The merger merg was perfected according to tothe tothe tothe
the plan previously announced the Utah UtahCopper UtahCopper utahCopper
Copper Company taking taklngover over the Boston BostonConsolidated BostonConsolh1aJoc1 BostonConsoidted
Consolidated Consoidted and nearly half of the stock stockof stockof stockof
of the Nevada Consolidated ConsolidatedThe ConsolidatedThe ConsolidatedThe
The Utah directorate was enlarged from fromriine fromnine fromiinc
nine to fifteen members and these new newdirectors ne nosdirectors
directors dlreotors were chosen Daniel Guggen Guggenheim Gugenhelm Guggenhelm ¬
helm Murray Murra Guggenheim S R R Gug Guggenheim Guggonhehn Guggenhelin ¬
genheim F A Schimor Ernst Thalmann ThalmannEugene ThalmannEUlene ThalmannEugene
Eugene Meyer 1eer Jr nnd T W Lament LamentThe LamontThe LarnontThe
The Anaconda Copper Ctfmpany the thoprincipal th thprlnelpal theprincipal
principal subsidiary of tho Amalgamated AmalgamatedCopper AmalgamatedCopper AmalgamatedCopper
Copper Company has made arrangements arrangementsto
to take ovnr over a number of the mines In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the Butte district district The plan contemplates contemplatesan contemplates contemplatesan
an increase in Anacondas capitalization capitalizationfrom caplqtUzatlontrom capitlizatlonfrom
from i7MOOOO 375 75OOOO 000 to l 150000600 and amI a spe special special apedel ¬
cial meeting of Anacond = stockholders Is Iscalled IscaJled IscallGd
called for March 23 to ratify ratTt the th thCOMMANDER Un UnCOMMANDER ui uiCOMMANBERPEARY
Guest of Honor nt Banquet of Chl Chlcngo Chlcngo Cliicage
cngo Geographic Society SocietyChicago SocietyChicago SocIetyChicago
Chicago Jan 36 GCommader Commander Robert E EPeary EPeary EPoary
Peary U S N was given local 1 1l1 recogni recognition recognition recognition ¬
tion this evening IOCor for the first first achieve achievement achievement achievemont ¬
ment of the north pole by b the Geographic GeographicSociety GeopaphicSociety GeographIcSociety
Society of Chicago at Its annual banquet banquetIn
In tho La Salle Hotel HotelProf HotelProt HoteLProf
Prof R D Salsburg Salsburg of the University Universityof
of Chicago made the address of presenta presentation presentation presentatlon ¬
tion to which
Commander Peary re responded responded reaponded ¬
sponded referring briefly of ofJiis Jiis hlll trip to tothe tobe tothe
the be north pole what he found there and andwhat andwhat andwhat
what the result of his discovery dls ovcry will be beand be bend beand
and nd what it means to the world worldBroiler worldDrolltr worldBroiler
Broiler Pnrlor Cnr Service ServiceUavH SfnfceDZIJf ServiceDiyflit
UavH Diyflit Itt Train to IMttHbnrff
Baltimore Ohio Railroad
Pullman Broiler Drawingroom Smok ¬
ingroom Parlor Car service lias l1 S been o1 o1tabllshed e
tabllshed between Washington and Pltts
burg on Trains 5516 515 leaving Washington
Union Station 910 a n m arriving Pitts
burg 625 6 p In mThe InTho inThe
The Broiler service includes steaks steakschop sten s schop
chop bop potatoes pot toes < Src c which will be serwd serwdto
to patrons at any time desired en route
t tMaryland
For the District of Goluml GolumlMaryland eo CoIurnLMaryland 1 unL
Maryland and Virginia VirgiqiaPart VirginiaPart1cloudy Part1 Part1cloudy 1 1Qloudy
cloudy aud warmer today to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow
morrow fair moderate tp tqrbrisk tQbrisksouthwest brisk brisksouthwest I Isouthwest
southwest and west winds windsHERALD windsHERALD windsHERALD
Paces PnJealFloodIn Pneg1Flood
1 lFloodIn 1Flood Flood in Paris Grbws Worse WorseTaft WorseTaftWould orse orseTaftWould
Taft TaftWould Would Pay Diplomats Well WellBallng WellBalllng WellBalIingr
Ballng BalIingr < r Probe Is Under Way WayJury WayJury WayJury
Jury Acquits A A H Willard Willard2Germans Villard2Germans
2 2Germans Germans Accused of Swindling SwindlingVice SwindlingVice SwindlingVice
Vice President a Host Host3Soclety Host3Society
3 3Soclety Society at Auto Show qbnight bnight bnight4New nlght nlght4Now
4 4Now Now of Day In Congress Conbrress6Soclety Congreis5Society
1 5 6Soclety 6Soclety6Edltortals Society j jC f f6EditorIals
C 6Edltortals 6Edltortals7ln 6EditorIals7In Editorials J J7In
7In World of Women Wqmen8Sportlng YQmenSSportlng WomenSSporting
8Sportlng SSportlng9Anny SSporting9Army f rSr
9 9Anny Army and Navy Orders OrdersTheaters Orders OrdersThoators J JTheaters
Theaters Thoators10DlIy Theaters10Daily
10 10DlIy Daily Court Record Record11Markets Reoordlllarkets flecord11Markets
11Markets lllarkets1Now 11Markets12New
12 1Now Now Commissioners Busy BusyBIND BusyBIND BusyBIND
Four Bandits Maks Remarkable RemarkableHaul RemarkableHaul RemarkableHaul
Haul in Italian Shanty ShantyNew ShantyNew ShantyNew
New York Jan 26 26Twcnty Twenty Italians Italianswere Italianswere Italianswore
were at pollee headquarters hcBaqunrt rs tqday to toidentity toIdontlty toidontity
identity Santo Genaro of 010 Chrystie Chrystiestreet Chr Chrystlestreet stle stle5treet
street and Colagero Lampeclusi of US USChrystio 11SChrystle 1l 1lChrystie
Chrystio street who ware ve arrested arrost d late lateyesterday 1ateesterdRY lateyesterday
yesterday afternoon on a charge of as assault assault assuit ¬
sault and battery batteryTho batteryTho batteryThe
Tho two prisoners werp wer i positively Iden Identified Mentl Identitled ¬
titled tl ed as being beln two of four mon who whoheld whoheld whoheld
held and robbed robbed fifty Italian Italan laborers at atGlon atGlen atGlen
Glen Rock N J on November 1 last lastThe lastThe lastThe
The The men came to the door of the shanty shantywhere shantywhere shantywhere
where the Italians who wore employed employedin
in laying llLyI tracks fpr a nQw trolley line linelived 1Inclived linelived
lived It wag early oarl in the evening nnd nnddark nnddark nnddark
dark They said they were policemen policemenand pollC1emennd policemenand
and nd wanted to interview the laborers sep separately separate separately ¬
arately aratelyAs arate aratelyAs
As each man came out in answer to totheir tothelr totheir
their summons he was tied hand and foot footand footand footand
and bound to a tree When they hadgot hadgot had hadgot
got through with 1th the job Ute robbers robberswere robberswere robberswere
were richer by 1 1JM In cash and had hade hadworth
3 e > worth of jewelry Then they ate a ameal 8ml ameal
meal at their captives expense and left leftIt lettIt leftIt
It was several hours before the men menworked Inenworked menworked
worked themselves loose looeeGIRL JooseGIRL looseGIRL
Mystery Surrounds Death of ofMiss ofliss ofMiss
Miss liss Kate Chase ChaseTHREATENED ChaseLIFE ChaseTHREATENED
Relatives Disclaim Knowledge 1n dedg of ofXove ofLove of4ffaIrMohcr
Love iiffalr A1fnlr 4ffaIrMohcr Mother lollerFinc1H Finds Girl Gfrl1Jn Gfrl1JneomtcloQR Tin Tinw Tinconscious 1Jnconicioua
conscious nail Summons Sumn u Phy PhI PhIclnnsPolMOn Phyti PhyticlansPoison w I Iclnns
clnns clnnsPolMOn PoiMOn Taken from Stomach Slomnchand StomucbamI Stomachniitl
and Respiration Restored RestoredDrugs RelI RestoredDrugs oreI oreIDrup
Drugs composed of Ingredients Incredle is not yet yetlearned yetlearned yetlearned
learned caused the death last night n ht of ofMies ofIIes ofMiss
Miss IIes Kate Chase nineteen years ers old okldaughter olddaugllter olddaughter
daughter of Robert H Chase stockkeeper stockkeeperat
at the Government Printing Office re residing residing
siding at 41 M street northwest northwestWhether northwestbethel northwestWhether
Whether bethel suicidal or accidental the thedeath thedeAth thedeath
death of the girl is surrounded by mys mystery mster mystory ¬
tory which Coroner Nevitt will endeavor endeavoro
o solve scttve today toda when he holds an autopsy autopsyGirl autopsyGirl autopsyGirl
Girl Wa Was In Love LoveMias LoeMias LoveMiss
Mias Chase had been known to have havethreatened ha havethreatened e ethreatened
threatened to end her life about a year yearago jearago yearago
ago and relatives say A she was given to tofits tofits i ifits
fits of moodiness She was said to have havebeen hebeen havebeen
been engaged to a young man residing In InWashington InWashlngton inWashington
Washington who has been out of town townsine townslnc townsine
sine October last Relatives disclaim disclaimknowledge dbelalmknowledge dLcIatmknowledge
knowledge of the engagement and say saythey saythey saythey
they did not know tho girl had a love af affair nftall affair ¬
fair fairThe
The girl spoke her last words over a atelephone atel1Jhone atelephone
telephone in response to a call for forhr forhraunt her heraunt heraunt
aunt Mrs lrs James R Armstrong who re resides felide reskies ¬
sides at the M 1 street house Mlss lUsSChue lUsSChuewas MIssChase MIssChasewas Chasc Chascwas
was heard by her mother to say sa over overthe oerthe overthe
the phone No o Mrs Armstrong Is not notat notat notat
at home The girl was in the reception receptionhall receptionhall receptionhail
hall and her mother was in the dining diningroom dlnlngroom diningroom
room adjoining The mother went up upstairs upstairs upstairs ¬
stairs leaving the girl lying on a couch couchapparently couchapparently couchapparently
apparently sleeping sleepingIt
It was about 3 oclock In the afternoon afternoonAn afternoonAn afternoonAn
An hour later Mrs Chase found her herdaughter herdaughter herdaughter
daughter unconscious The father was wasawakened wasawakened wasawakened
awakened He summoned Dr Huron W WLawson WLawson V VLaw
Lawson Law on police surgeon who arrived at atthe atthe atthe
the house with a stomach tube Dr E ER ER BR
R Reede and Dr C C J Mooney lIo ney were also alsocalled nlsoealled alsocalled
called in the house houseConaclons houseConscloul houseConscious
Conscious Until End EndPoison EmlPoison EndPoison
Poison was taken from the stomach stomachand stomachand stomachand
and artificial respiration was resorted to toin toin toin
in an effort to prolong life The girl girlbreathed girlbreathed girlbreathed
breathed until 10 oclock clock when death deathoccurred deathoccurred deathedcurred
occurred occurredDr occurredDr edcurredDr
Dr Nevitt investigated the case but butdelayed butdelaed butdelayed
delayed the issuance of a certificate of ofdeath otdeath ofdeath
death until a further examination can canbe canbe canbe
be made Miss Uss Chaso was well known knownIn knownIn knownin
In Washington She at one on time attended attendeda
a private seminary at Falls Church Va VaHOCKING VaHOCKING VaHOCKING
Recelyer Rece er for Flske Will ARk J R RKcciic RUc RKeCue
Kcciic Uc nc to Explain ExplainNew ExplainNew ExplaliiNew
New York Jan 26 2GFederal Federal court re receivers receIvers recoluers ¬
ceivers took charge today todayof of the property propertyof
of the Columbus Hocking Coal and Iron IronCompany IronCom IronCompany
Company Com pm Y and that of its subsidiaries subsidiariesTho subsidiariesTho subsidiariesThe
Tho application for a receivership of ofthe orthe ofthe
the subsidiaries was made by the parent parentcompany parent parentcompany parentcompany
company A L Thurman of Columbus Columbusvice Columbusvice Columbusvice
vice president of the company and Wil William WllHam Wilham ¬
Ham A Barber a partner of Mr Hotch Hotchklss Hotchkiss Hotchkiss
kiss in the law firm of Hotchkiss Bar Barber Barber Barher ¬
ber and McGuire were named receivers receiversfor receiversfor receiversfor
for the Columbus Hocking Coal and Iron IronCompany IronCompany IronCompany
Company while A A T Seymour was wasnamed wasnamed wasnamed
named as receiver recelv r for tor ono subsidiary the theColumbus theColumbus theColumbus
Columbus and Hocking Clay Construction ConstructionCompany ConstructionCompany ConstructIonCompany
Company and F N Sinks of Columbus Columbusas
as receiver for the other the Columbus Columbusand Columbusand Columbusand
and Hocking Hockin > Brick Manufacturing Manufacturing Com Company Compan Cornpany ¬
pany panyIrvjng pan panIrtng panyIrv1ng
Irvjng L Ernst receiver for the stock stockexchange stoclexclllmge stockexchange
exchange firm of J M Fiske Co Cowhich Cowhich Cowhich
which also failed as the result of the theHocking theHocking theHocking
Hocking smash said today that he was wasgoing wasgoing wasgoing
going to have James R R Keene up before beforeth before beforethp beforeth
th thp Federal court to explain e < pla1n his con connection connactlon connection ¬
nection with tho pools In In Hocking Hockln Coal CoalRobert Coal Coalnob oal oalBobert
Robert nob rt IlUHnril A Fool < ool There Wan TaJlJ
Today 215 Columbia Theater SOc to JL L j
I indict illCh t at First Session SessionHears SessionHears
Hears 111 ears Glavis Testify TestifyCfiOAVI 1estifyORO TestifyOROWW
Joint Committee Quizzes At Attorney AttOlney Attorney ¬
torney Braiideis BraiideisLegal lllancleiLegni Braii4eiLegal
Legal Representative of Deposed DeponedLand DcposedIA11l DeposedLand
Land Agent Consumes Mont Iot Time Timent Timoat Timeat
at Hearing with Uninteresting Unlnterc UnintercatIn Untf Re Recital necitaIVnI liedialWill ¬
cital citaIVnI Will Seek S ck to Prove Secretary Secretaryor Secretar Secretarof
of tile Interior Acted Act 1 Improperly ImproperlyWhile ImproperlyI ImproperlyWhile
While I lie Commissioner CommissionerThe
The first session of tho Joint committee committeeof tommltteeot
of Congress CongrSfl investigating the ftalMngor ftalMngorPinohot DalUngorPlnaJaot lValUngorPincliot
Pinohot controversy took a wide Vl de e range rangeyesterday rangeotorday rangeyesterday
yesterday yesterdayTha yesterdayThe otordayTho
The committee met at 239 2ioQck oilock and andcalled andc andcalled
called c Iled Louis R It Glavis to the stand as amwitness Si Siwitness iwltn6
witness s but before he had proceeded far fara tara fara
a desire was 88 evinced by b certain members membersof
of the committee for an outline of ot what whatthe whatthe ft8t ft8tthe
the witness wlt 1Y proposed to prove proveThereupon VroV8Thereupon proveThereupon
Thereupon Louis D Bramleis of otton ofton Bfe Bfeton
ton attorney for Glavis took be e floor floorand tIGerand floorand
and occupied most of the afternoon in inoutlining inoutlInlng inoutlining
outlining thQ ease It proved fiar from fromaa treman froman
an interesting inter SUng recital and Mr r Brandeis Brandeiswas Brandelsas 3randelsIvan
was as admonished several times not to toargue toargue toargue
argue the ease but to briefly brle r fitifee ST st4 what whathe WhLt WhLth whathe
he h proposed ed to prove prove1lied f fPiled i iPlleI
Piled with ith Que Questions QueHUOnlBo tlons tlonsHe
He would probably have oIludod oIludodmuch ogyludod ogyludodmuch ad admueh
much earlier but he was piled wttinsfi wttinsfitions w9estions 816 816tlOIUJ
tions by members of the eommi commtte e eon eonoernlng eoncerniag concerning ¬
cerning certain phases ph of the Ut teijaieny teijaienyand t te4ubOn te4ubOnand 1D 1Dand >
and in the colloquies coU qut that ensUQ e essaueuch essaueuchtime u jaucb jaucbtime aauch aauchtime
time was U lost At one time thi thbaIr thbaIrman pialr pialrraan r rman
man Senator tOI Nelson of MInnw Unne Qt inti intimated Intimated bittmated ¬
mated that Mr r Braadals had withheld withheldcertain wlUaheidcertain withheldcertain
certain information which In justice to toSecretary toSeeretRry toSecretary
Secretary Ballinger Balllag he shouM have havestated havestlltc1 haveMated
stated statedBut stlltc1But MatedBut
But it was W soon made clear cl to Mr Nel Nelson NetJOn Nelson ¬
son that ththe J1h the attorney was referring to a aphase apba aoe
phase pba e of the case when Mr Balltager BaJl tger WAS WAScommissioner WM WMeommlMloner wa wacommiselonor
commissioner of the General Land Office Officewhile Ot1kewbile 0111ccwhile
while the Senator had in mind a later laterperiod laterperiod laterol1
period periodWhen periodheR ol1 ol1When
When heR the hearing opened the com committee committee cornmittee ¬
mittee room was crowded with a repre representative 18110sentatlve reprosentative ¬
sentative audience Olttord Plnehat eceu eceuplod oeeuplod eccupied
plod a a coaAtflctous seat t in the front row rowHanked rowftanked rowflanked
flanked by Henry I L 10 10Z S StJmeon M t > Nw Nwassistant w wk
Z ° cj4 > k O 1L Q Qtant IiI fiPntar
assistant assistantIn stan stanIn tant tantIn
In the audl audience e8 nee were many women womenWhen womenWhen j jWhen
When the roll of the joint committee was wascalled WI WIe wascalled
called e Senators Flint llnt aad Paynter paynterwere paynterwereabient were wereabsent wereabsent
absent Messrs Flint and Paynter came camein cameIn cameIn
in later laterThe laterThe8Gtual laterThe
The The8Gtual actual testimony t brought out raised raiseda
a 5 q q etlon estlon of professional ethics rather ratherthan rath raththaa ratherthan
than one of omcial misconduct Glavis Glavistestified GlllvlteUftoo Gaviiteatlfl4l4l
testified that while he was s a special agent agentinvestigating agentmvo agentinvestigating
investigating mvo UtIlUng applications for coal land landclaims landclaims landclaims
claims in Lewis Le I County Wash known knownas
as s the th Wilson Coal Company cases he heobtained heobtained heobtained
obtained a deposition from Watspn Allen Allenof Allenof Alienof
of Seattle who represented the Wilson WilsonCoal WilsonCoal WilsonCoal
Coal Company In which Allen stated that thatR tbt1tR thatIt
R A A Ballinger then th n a practicing at attorney attorney attorney ¬
torney had drawn up an agreement and andcertain andcertain andcertain
certain deeds to be held In escrow con conveying conveying converlag ¬
veying the interests in the lands of the theontryman theontrJman theontryman
ontryman to the Wilson corporation corporationGlavis oorporatJonOJavls corporationGlavis
Glavis claimed that he obtained this thisdeposition thisdeposition thisdeposition
deposition in conjunction CODjU t1on with Henry M MHoyt MHoyt L LHDyt
Hoyt then assistant district attorney of ofthe otthe ofthe
the State of Washington who is Is now nowattorney nowattorney nowattorney
attorney general for Porto Rico RicoSonglit RicoSougJat RicoSonght
Songlit an Inference InferenceThe InferenceThe InferenceThe
The inference sought to be conveyed conveyedby eODeredby conveyedby
by the witness was that Mr Ballinger Ballingerby Da1ltngerb
by b the professional service he bad ren rendered rendered rondorM ¬
dered in thl4 tbl ease case had been en party to a atransaction atransaetJon atransacUon
transaction which would have ultimately ultimatelyled ulUmatehled ultimatelyled
led to perjury perj and a fraud upon the pub public public public ¬
lic land laws He explained it was nec necessary neeesMry neceaser ¬
essary easer for an entryman in making his hisfinal hisfinal hisfinal
final proof to make affidavit fhat that he the theaffiant thoatnant theafliant
affiant was the sole party lp In interest In Inthe intbe Inthe
the land patent patentGlavis patentGJm patentGav1i
Glavis Gav1i stated that Mr Balllngcrs name nameappeared nameappeared nameappeared
appeared M i attorney In the disposition dispositionbut dispositionbut dispositionbut
but when the Wilson Coal Company case caselater easelater caselater
later was carried into the t ae courts by the thegovernment the60vernment thegovernment
government in a suit to invalidate tho thotitle thotitle thetitle
title to the lands he heard that tho at attorneys attorneys attornoys ¬
torneys for both sides entered into a stip stipulation stipulation stipulation ¬
ulation that in the record of the case tho thoname thoname thename
name of Mr Ballinger should be omitted omittedand omittedand omittedand
and that It had beon omitted In InpUI1i11anCO InpUI1i11anCOto pursuance pursuanceto
to this agreement agreementThe agreementThe agreementThe
The witness In reply to a question ad admitted admitted admitted ¬
mitted that this had no direct relation relationto
to the Cunningham coal land cases ca s In InAlaska InAla91m inAlaska
Alaska except as to Its bearing upon uponthe uponthe uponthe
the general conduct of Mr Ballinger BallingerIt
It was at this point that Representative RepresentativeDenby Rcpre RepresentativeDenby cntatlvo cntatlvonby
Denby nby of Michigan showed impatience impatienceat
at the course the testimony was taking takingi takingand takingand
i and demanded to know what tho witness witnessi witnessIntended witnessintended
i Intended to prove proveI proveDenb proveDenby
I Denby Denb Wanted Facts FactsMr FactsMr < ncts ncts1lr
Mr Denby said he thought tho com committee committee corninittee ¬
mittee was entitled to hear an ofltllne of ofwhat ofwhat ofwhat
what the testimony was intended to es establish establtsh estabhish ¬
tablish so that the members would be beablo beAblo beable
ablo to follow theE thlf theEwitness witness with some do dogree dogr dogree
gree gr e of comprehension Representative RepresentativeJames RepresentativeJames RepresentativeJames
James of Kentucky Jont cky suggested that Mr MrGlavis MrGJavls MrGlavis
Glavis attorney altome proceed with the exam examination examIn examination ¬
ination In t1on and develop the case caseIn CAsen easeIn
In n the course of his further statement statementMr statementMr
Mr Brandeis reached that phase of the theBallingerPInchot th thBaIltngerPlnchot theBahhingerPinchot
BallingerPInchot controversy which re relates relates rolaths ¬
lates to the alleged all oo statement statem nt of Charles CharlesDavis CharlesDavis CharlesDavis
Davis of Seattle an Alaskan claimant claimantIn
In which he Is alleged to have told Glavis Glaviswhen Ghwlswhen Glaviswhen
when the latter asked him for an affi affidavit amda1t affidait ¬
davit regarding what Is known as the thoHunt theHunt theJlunt
Hunt group of coal claims that Com Commissioner Commisslo Cornmissioner ¬
missioner misslo Ballinger had told him to mako makoContinued makoContinued makeContinued
Continued on Iajc I > tle 0 Column Ool111ul1TIe ColumnThe o oThe
The Tonr TOnrg Tourgee ce < e Sale nt ofMany Sloan SloanMany Slonn1I Slonn1IMany
Many rare bargains were obtained yes yesterday yest yesterday ¬
terday t rday at the auction of the Tourgee ef effects ctfeets effects ¬
fects at Sloans 1407 14th 411 G st and every everypurchaser everypurchAser everypurchaser
purchaser seemed thoroughly satisfied 5ati ed and andpleased andpleased andpleased
pleased The auction opens this morn morning mornIng morning ¬
ing at 11 oclock with No 221 21 1 of the cat catalogue rotftlogue catilogue ¬
alogue and at 3 p m with No 321 reach reaching reachIng reachlug ¬
ing the most important pieces of the cat catalogue catalogue catalogue ¬
alogue such as the nutwood diningroom diningroomsuite diningroomsulle diningroomsuite
suite many pieces of beautiful mahog mahogany maho mahoany mahogany ¬
any painting by noted artists brica bricabrac bric bricbac
brae ornaments rugs books c c cCatalogues cCatalogues cCatalogues
Catalogues at Sloans 1407 G st st Rooms Roomscomfortably Roomsomfortnbly Roomscomfortably
comfortably heated and seats provided providedfor providedfor provIdedfor
for catrons
of Msuiiacliiuietts MsuiiacliiuiettsWILLARD 3tnssncbunettsWILLARD J
Held Not Guilty of Killing Beck On Ground of ofInsanity ofI ofInsaniiyNo
Insanity I nsanityN No 0 Demonstration
Albert H Wiilard charged with the themurder themurdor themurder
murder of f his soninlaw Irving Imo < W B Btok Btokwas Bok Bokwas ok okwas
was acquitted aeqajtt by the jury last night after afterbeing atterbeing afterbeing
being out nine hours hoursWhen boursWben hoursWhen
When the verdict was announced there therewere therewflre therewere
were only the emcers meers of the court pres present pr prent prescot ¬
ent together with the attorneys several severalnewspaper aevalnewsptlpor severalnewspaper
newspaper men and an4 a few hangersen hangersenTwo bangersonTwo hangersonTwo
Two hours before the jury j r3 came in with withits withlite withIts
its verdict WHtards wn rdS relatives and aDdfrleJI aDdfrleJIIncludlgtbe frieadfl frieadflincluding fricisdaincludlssgthe
lite including Includlgtbe the IItlklro WldwJfed IkIwfesf Beck who ho was waskilled waskUlod waskilled
killed by bytH WUlar vtMHaifl ftt had gone to their tfeeirhomes tJMIrholtistbe8IeraI theirhoioes
homes holtistbe8IeraI holtistbe8IeraIth thersw < l ree rm prematuig prolahcthat prematuigthat
that t the jury would 1eI not return rltu a verdict verdictuntil verdictuntil verdictuntil
until this t1 1 morning morningAt mon monAt morniagAt
At I 1It oclock l Jut t aisbt the jury sent sentword sentword sootword
word to Judge JuqeGould Gould the presiding prMldt tg jus justice JUBtico Justine ¬
tine in the trial that they had agreed agreedupon agreedUPGft agreedupon
upon a verdict as aad were ready to report reportJustice reportJusUee reportJustice
Justice Gould was waist at his home when the themessage themeBMe themessage
message reached him He immediately immediatelywent lmmedtawlTwent immediatelywent
went to the court room which he reached reachedat
at Itao otflpck when the Jury flied ln lnand In Inand Insand
and after tne the Jury roll was sailed 11ed the theforeman theforMNLn theforeman
foreman handed to theeierk the verdict ftfdIetOf verdictOf wdletof
of the jury which head Not guilty by byreason byreaSOll byreason
reason of Insanity InsanityXo Jn InsanityNo ltY 10 10Xo
Xo Demonstration DemonstrationThere Demondrnt1onThere DemonstrationThere
There was no demonstration upon the theannouncement theannouncement theannouncement
announcement of the verdict Willard Willardshowed lVIUanIshowod Willardshowed
showed no extraordinary emotion He Heshook Heshook Heshook
shook hand with his counsel and each oaehmember Gaehmomber eachmember
member of o the jury thanking thorn for forclearing forclearing forclearing
clearing him himHarvey himIIno himHarvey
Harvey IIno Glvens assistant a lstant prosecuting at attorney attorner att ¬
torney t rney for the government governmen asked the thecourt thecourt thecourt
court to remand the prisoner until such suchtime su suchtime h hI
time as an investigation can be made madeinto madeInto madeinththo
I into inththo the sanity sanlt of Willard He H was taken takenbock takenbock takenback
bock to the place of confinement CO ftnIU8IIt in the thebasement theI thebasement
I basement of City Hall HallCounsel HallCounsel HailCounsel
Counsel for Willard will today toda file the thenecessary thenOCelfHlry thenecessary
necessary papers asking uktn for fo the discharge dischargeof
of WHIard l1l rd immediately as he has been beenacquitted beenaequltled beenaequittod
acquitted of the 96 charge against him The Thegovernment Thegovernment Thegovernment
government will probably file papers in insupport InI insupport
I support of its demand for an examination examinationinto examinationInto examinationInto
into Willards sanity sanityWillad sanityVUIaod sanityWilla2d
Willad may m ms be discharged dt today or orho orhe orhe
he may be hold for torsev8ll several days to per permit parmlt permit ¬
mit counsel on both sides to flit their theirpapers theirPRpers theirpapers
papers and give the court sufficient time timeto timeto timeto
to pass upon the same
New York Jan 28 26The The Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaCompany ponnkh1anlaCom1Jfln PonnilvaniaCompany
Company at a a meeting In Philadelphia Philadelphiatoday PhllselphlatodaT Phtln elphin elphintoday
today declared a stock dividend of 1687 1687a
a share and the directors dire tOrs of the Pittsburg PittsburgCincinnati PItUiburgCincinnati FlttaburgCincinnati
Cincinnati Chicago and St Louis the thePanhandle thePnnhnnc1lc thePanhandle
Panhandle made an offering of new newcommon newcommon newcommon
common stock at par to its stockholders stockholdersup
up to 1212 12 12 per cent of their holdings or orrecord orrooord orrecord
record February 6 Panhandle stock is isnow isnow isnow
now selling between 88 and andBoth 88 88Both 99Both
Both companies recently Increased lntr R d divi dividends dlyldonds dlvidends ¬
dends The Pennsylvania companys last lastsemiannual lastsemiannual lastsomiannual
semiannual dividend was at the rate of
12 per cent a year an Increase Increa e of 2 per percent percent percent
cent while the Panhandle put Its stock stockon stockon stockon
on a 5 per cent c nt basis with the declaration declarationof
of a semiannual dividend of 2 18 1 per cent centWILL centWILL centWILL
Tnft College Plaits Important ImportantCliaiiire Import IniportniitClinngesIn Jlt JltChnugelilln
Cliaiiire Chnugelilln fln Afiir enr Pntnre PntnreBoston FntuJeBoston FntneBoston
Boston Jan Ja 26 26Conslderable Considerable discus discussion dlseusI dlseusIslon discussion ¬
sion has followed tho announcement of ofPresident I IProsldont IPresident
President Hamilton of Tufts College Collegethat COltetothnt Collagethat
that a segregation sosrelaU n of the sexes at the thecollege thecollego thecollege
college was a thing ot f the near future futureDr tUtureDr futureDr
Dr Hamilton made this statement In Intho II IItho inthe
tho course of an informal talk to the thegirls thegfrl8 thegina
girls last night He also 1110 Bald that a aspecial a5peclal aspecial
special committee of trustee is noW new1evolving noWevolvinG no noevolving
evolving the manner and with his hope hopethat 1Iopothat hopethat
that a complete segregation might be ar arranged arranGed arranged ¬
ranged Tufts has been a coeducational coeducationalInstitution coedUcationalInstitution coeducationalinstitution
Institution for fifteen n teen years yearsThe yearsThe yearsThe
The training of meri JfteA and women women the thepresident theprosldont th thpresident
president said must differ to some ox extent oxtent oxtent ¬
tent In tho methods employed as a mans manseducation mangeducation manseducation
education was Intended to fit him for forhis forhis forhis
his vocation in life uro while that of a wom woman woman wornan ¬
an waaln tho majority of cases not notessential notcssentlal notcssentlal
cssentlal In this connection
Should the tb evurt c urt rule In favor of the thegovernment thegovernment thegovernment
government an investigation into Wil Willards Willards VU VUlards ¬
lards sanity would follow and in the theevent theeV6Dt theevent
event that alienists pronounce him insane insanelib InsaneIds insanehis
lib case would be parallel with Harry HarryThaws Harr HarrThaws HarryThaws
Thaws and confinement in the govern government government governmeet ¬
ment insane asylum would follow followInstructed followIn8tructed followInstructed
Instructed by Judge JndgeThe JudgeTbc JudgeThe
The jury e sent nt word at 335 oclock to toJudge toGouJd toJudge
Judge Gould that they desired further furtherinstructions furtherInstrueUons furtherInstructions
instructions Being asked the usual ques question quQSU questlol ¬
tion U by Clerk C erk Hawkens HwkenswiMther whether they had hadjtbe hadaS1eecl hadagreed
agreed potl YAr4J t ih r rei 0 00t8 ofthe
jtbe the forea ter foreos H of > tna jttry tT that tfeey had hadnot hadnot
not 1101 Judge Gould asked if they wanted wantedadditional wantedaddl wanteddditIoaI
additional addl UOital Jnstmctions JnstmctionsThe iMt1letioasThe instructiosusThe
The foreman of the Jury requested the tb tbcourt thecourt
i court to repeat rePeat his charge and to be more moreexplicit moreexpUdt moreexplicit
explicit with regard to the definition of ofthe orthe ofthe
the various degrees of murder Judge JudgeGould JudgeGould JudgeGould
Gould waited for about ten minutes for fortho tortho forthe
tho notes of the official stenographer but butnot butnot butnot
not receiving recet 1nS them he defined de ned the various variousdegrees varloudegrees variousdegrees
degrees of murder after which the Jury Juryagain juryagaIn juryagain
again retired retiredThe retiredThe retiredThe
The case was opened yesterday morning morningby morningby morningby
by Assistant United States States Attorney AttorneyTurner AttorneyTurner AttorneyTurner
Turner with arguments to the jury At Attorney Attorney Attorney ¬
torney Thomas C Taylor for the de defense defOftse detense ¬
tense followed and District Attorney AttorneyBaker AttorneyBakel AttorneyBaker
Baker closed for the government governmentAssistant goernmentAssistant governmentAssistant
Assistant District Attorney argued that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the insanity defense of the defense was wasmanufactured wasmanufactured wasmanufactured
manufactured that the evidence cast castdoubt castdoubt castdoubt
doubt upon the recital of such a tale as asthe asthe asthe
the defense claimed the defendants wife wifefold wifefold wifecold
fold him
Acquittal Is Urged UrfjedThe UrJedThe UrgedThe
The defendants attorney attorney urged acquit acquittal a acquittal ult ulttat ¬
tal saying that the enormity enormit of the al alleged alJeged alleged ¬
leged wrongs to the daughter of the de defendant defendant dofondant ¬
fendant was enough to dethrone the rea reason renHit reason ¬
son of any man and father Mr rrT Taylor Taylorshowed Talorshowecl Taylorshowed
showed the good character clu rncter of Willard Willardand Willardand WIHxdand
and censured the references made by Mr MrTurner MrTurner Ir IrTurner
Turner to the short dresses worn by b Wil Willards WIllards Willards ¬
lards daughter as an attempt to influence influenceand Influenceand influenceand
and coerce the Jury to render a verdict verdlotas
as the prosecution desired desiredDistrict desiredDl desiredDistrict
District Dl trlet Attorney Baker denied that any anyattempt anyattempt anyattempt
attempt was made to coerce the Jury and andsaid Andsld andsaid
said that tho girl was S not n t clothed as be befitted 00fittoo befitted ¬
fitted her age Mr Baker argued that the theonly theon1 theonly
only question for the jury jur to decide was wasthe wasthe wasthe
the mental condition of Willard mud when he hekilled hekilled hekilled
killed Bock
Previously It WAS paying 4 J per coat a yoar yoarThe Y09rThe yoprThe
The dividend came as a surprise to many manystockholders manystockholders manystockholders
stockholders stockholdersThe stockholdersThe stockholdersTh0
The Pennsylvania Railroad owns all the thooutstanding theoutstaoolnl theoutstanding
outstanding seem M 00 of the Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaCompanys PenftS1h PennsylvaniaCompanys nla nlaComJHinys
Companys stock stO < K and the latter company companycontrols companycontrols companycontrols
controls tho Panhandle through the pos possession possession poesession ¬
session of 2S47fl7W 47ft7n of its outstanding i 27 274W300 i
4W300 preferred and 1f 3S IN MIO of o Its Its2S647400 Itsl1100 Itss6474oo
2S647400 l1100 CommonA CommonAThe ommonThe iommon iommonThe
The Panhandle lias 1es n s lMB 1 t series ries 1eIi Q 0per
4 per cant consolidated nIOHdftt d bonds of which whichW whtchUiiOOO whichusgooo
UiiOOO W 7000 will be used to redeem the 7 7per 7per 7per
per cent bonds of lite Jaftersenville Madi Madison Medison Iadl Iadlson ¬
son and Indianapolis Railway which come oomedue comeilue
due next July 1 and lId the rest will be do devoted dototed dovoted ¬
voted to capital expenditure expenditureFOLLOWED expendlt expendituresFOLLOWEBY o oFOLLOWED
Duchess tie Il ChaulnexK CllauIne Sister Fa Favoreil l1norcl Fitvoreil
voreil orcl l y 1arlwlnii l > a Xolilenmn XolilenmnNew SoJtIemnnNew OhleiiiitnNew
New York Jan 21Mias 2A1IIU Marguerite MargueriteShnnts Ma1lC1feriteShl1nu MargueriteSheets
Sheets a younger sister of the Duchess DuchessDo Duche DucheI DuchessDo
Do Chaulnesa is said to have 1m found favor favorIn fa faIn favorIn
I In the eyes of a young man registered rogtstr at attho atthoNetterland atthoNetherland
tho thoNetterland Netherland as Co Count nt Henry de Vogue Vogueof Vope Vogueof
of Parts PartsHe Pa PaHe ParisHe
He has been l Hn > a frequent caller at the theShouts UteShoots theShouts
Shouts apartment in the the Plaza just justacross juatACrOA justacross
across the street from the Netheriand NetheriandCount NetmadCount NethorkjndCount
Count de Vogue met Miss Shonts Sh Sh Rts In hiParis InPRl1a inPath
Paris at the home of her jrfster mat and andproved aDdproved an anproved
proved proved a faithful though meek mf8 arimirof arimirofSome admlrQrSome adndrrSome
Some of his friends assert that he follow followed tollowed foilo ¬
ed her here and took rooms roelns at t the Neth Nethorland Netlorland Nethioziand
orland to be near her He IK thirtyfire thirtyfireand thirtY11ftand thirtyilyand
and riot handsome handsomeThe hanclsom81hco hiamisoineThe
The Fastest lIaxtCJ t Trnfn < to St St Louis Louisi
i Leave LoavcP WASl Washington Dcton via PenByUanfci PID antn R Rrn It
1 i 700 < p lft daily arT 8t Louis ri Po p
m No extra fare from Washington 9hin ron See Sf
B M Newbold D P A 15th and G sts
Drives Home Argument for forOur forOur forpOur
Our Envoys Abroad AbroadSTEIKES A AbroadSTRIKES broad broadI broadSTRIKES
T Talks lIts to Members of National NationalBoard Natio NationalBoard al alBoard
Board of Trade Tradetrllllnnt TradeBrilliant TradeBrillIant
Brilliant Assemblage Gathered Gat ered nt ntSfew ntlew atNew
New WfllardToast Wlllard Toast Proposed to toJoe toQueen toQueen
Queen Joe en AVllhclmlnn of Holland HollandMexican JIolIndtexfcan lIollnzidifcxican
Mexican Ambassador Compliments ConipllinentMAmericans CompllmentJlAmerlennJlJohn ComplimentsAnierlcansJohn
Americans AmerlennJlJohn John Barrett Returns ReturnsTribute Ret ReturnsTribnte rnll rnllf1rl1mte
Tribute in Clever Fashion FashionThe FashiontiThe FashionThe
tiThe The President of the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States is amply compensated for foranything foranything foranything
anything he does for the country countryWhy countryhy countryWhy
Why hy he should be the only one in inthe inthe inthe
the United States who is prpperiy prpperiypaid PJPetlrpaid ppplypaid
paid I dont understand understandThat understandThat understandThat
That was the way President PreMd nt Taft drove drovehome droyehon drovehorn
home horn his arguments for more pay and andbetter andbetter andbetter
better houses for American diplomats diplomatsabroad diplomatsabroad diplomatsabroad
abroad in an address a at the National NationalBoard NationalBoard NationalBoard
Board of Trade dinner at the New Wil Willard Willard Wilard ¬
lard last night nightThe nihtThe nightThe
The President declared the Orient Qtfent can canteach cantoseh canteach
teach us much IB the matter eieewtesy eieewtesyand or otoouirtesyand oeurtes oeurtesand
and said that clothes and outward ap appearance apparauce appearance ¬
pearance have real substance IB the game gameof g ltot gainsof
of nations nationsStrike natiOftSStrllae nationsStrikes
Strike Popular Chord ChordThe QhordThe ChordThe
The business s men of o many cities lUes had hadpassed haApaS6ed hadpassed
passed a resolution at their convention conventionearlier OIIveDttonearUer cooventlonearlier <
earlier In the day asking for better b8tt bett4r r treat treatment tratMoot treatmont ¬
Moot of our representatives to foreign foreigncountries foreignoountrles foreigncountrIes
countries so the speech of President Taft Taftstruck Tatstruck Taftstruck
struck a popular chord and there was wasunbounded wasunbounded wasunbounded
unbounded enthusiasm enthusiasmIt
It is impossible for any but million millionaires millionaires millionaires ¬
aires to occupy the most important diplo diplomatic diplomatic diplomatic ¬
matic posts said the President and he hewas hewas hewas
was interrupted by prolonged applause oJ oJthe ori ofthe
i the kind CoL Roosevelt used to get Now NowI
I ask my m friend whether that is coasts consistent constetent coaststent ¬
tent whether it Is not the purebl purooLof L ni niof nlot
of demagogy demagogyBrilliant demagogyDrlIUnnt demagogyBrilliant
Brilliant Assemblage AssemblageSeldom AuembIngeSeldom AssemblageSeldom
Seldom has euch a a brilliant assemblage assemblageof
of statesmen diplomats and men of af affairs affairs affairs ¬
fairs been convened about the t e banquet banquetboard banquetboerd banquetboard
board as the gathering last night ng t After Aftertwo Aftertwo Aftertwo
two stormy storm eeari esaIqns ns oavajtea tIaYet1 tf > discus oTlscusJkMt3 discusgp
JkMt3 o 0 4 Ik AbU8TnMs tassTness affairs j II tfc U the na nation n ntton naton ¬
ton the members of the Board of Trade Tradewelcomed Tradewelcomed Tradewelcomed
welcomed the most distinguished of of officialdom of1JdJdom officlaidom ¬
ficialdom as their guests guestsThe ffU8ItSThe guestsThe
The President arrived promptly at 10 10oclock 10oclock 10oclock
oclock accompanied acoomp nled by Capt Butt ButtPresident ButtPrsldent ButtPresident
President La Lanne who was toast toastmaster toJtmaster toastmaster
master called for no speeches until the theChief theChlet theChief
Chief Executive entered the halt Whenhe Whenhe When Whenhe
he appeared he was accorded a royal royalovation roralovation royalovation
ovation and every diner kept his feet feetuntil ftMtuntil feetuntil
until the last bar of the Star Spangled SpangledBanner SpengledBanner SpangledBanner
Banner had sounded when the health healthof h healthof alth althot
of the President of the United States was wasdrunk wasdrunk wasdrunk
drunk Three cheers for Mr Taft were weregiven weregiv weregiveic
given giv giveic with right good will and Mr La LaLanne LaLanne LaLanne
Lanne called upon him for the th address of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the evening
Presidents Speech SpeechThe SpeechThe SpeechThe
The President said saidI
101 I am glad to be here even though as asa 8Sa asa
a gentleman who accompanied me said saidthis saidthis ald aldthis
this is only the next stop I am able to tosay toStLJ tosay
say with considerable con 1 certainty that this thisis thisis thisIs
is the height of the season in Washing Washington ¬
ton I am glad to be here to meet the themembers themembers themembers
members of the National Board of Trade Tradewhom Tradewhom Tradewhom
whom I think m meet et here every year and andshow andshow andshow
show their appreciation of the Capital of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the country by coming here to express expresstheir expresstheir expresstheir
their opinion on various Important sub subjects subjects subjects ¬
jects jectsI
I noted one upon which I expected to tosay tosay tosay
say something tonight tonl t and that was waswith was1th waswith
with 1th reference to the porch purchase of homes homesfor hom homesfor 9 9tor
for ambassadors nmbu a40rs in foreign foret countries and anda
a subject which approximates the ques question questJOIl queston ¬
ton of sufficient su lclent salaries for the offices officesto
to be filled Now I can seak with en entire enUre entire ¬
tire freedom from prejudice on this sub subject Bubject subject ¬
ject fOr ir I am able to say with confi confidence conflden contidence ¬
dence den from actual actualexperleD experiencthat that the tnePresident thePresident mePresident
President of the United States is amplycompeaated amplycompensated amply amplycompensated
compensated for anything any thin he does for the thacountry thQcountry thecountry
country Why he should be the only one onein ontIn oneIn
in the United States who is property paid paidI
I dont understand understandMillionaires understandI taDdI
I I Millionaires JUllhuutlrelllAl Alone AleneWe AloneWe ne nelOre
lOre We boast ourselves our 81vll a dosuocoatle e > inocratte tJe eoun eountry Munt sountry
try t We say that there is no plate ytfthla Vlfthlllthe vthiuthe ytfthlathe
the gift of the people or the tbeltt gWt ft of any anyagent anya anyagent
agent a ent of the people to which we w may y nt ntselect notsele ntselet
select sele t the most humble blllftble inhabitant pro provided pr prided prisided ¬
vided lie l be fit to discharge its duty dutyyet dutyyet utJ utJet
yet et we do have an a arrangement arrangementmakes arra arramfkea naosznsntmtkes
makes It absolutely impossible p pbody frbody Pbody
body but a millionaire to ocewnr ocesy t test test tost
est dlplontlcOlit diplomatic post Now I Ifriends Ifriends Ifriends
friends whether that thatwbether is iswhether iawhether
whether it is not the pareetlladt pareetlladt8OfY porestlaIcgogy purest ktari c cgogy
gogy By demagogy I mean moonmeat to toment tht thtment
ment of an argument t tin which whichin ef efin
in favor o of democracy d aa IIi IIiIt sadIt wtt wttit
it actually actuaU works out out Is i II inplutocracy ft ftplutocracy
plutocracy plutocracyMI 1 11toe 11toefl1
MI I once went to Hot Springs Sprt Sprt1U1 ts inan > s san <
an association of metal men avjTtL tL was wassome assome wa wasome
some yean ago I waa preahh preaekg ff Urts t1t doc doctrlae doctrl doetrleo
trlae trl then and preaching it a ffitfct i1tt more morebroadly morebradly morebroadly
broadly because at that time diii we w had not notmade notmade notmade
made the advance which we now ROW have havemade havedr havemade
made dr At that time members of the Cabi Cabinet Cabinet Cabinet ¬
net were paid but SM 4AO OO instead tn lMd of ofa 120 120a 12000 12000a
a year r Members of f the Supreme Court Courtwere Ccurtwere Courtwere
were paid 10 1O t CW Instead d of that aumlncent manUloentsam muniftoentsam aumlncentsum
sam which they now get of 12 12601 Mem Members Members jep jephers ¬
bers of Congra C nresu labored and ad sweated t for forthe tortbe forthe
the government at JG69 000 a year instead insteadof insteadof insteadof
of now laboring at 97500 Zji a year yearI
I dont know that this will do any anygood an anIQOCI anygood >
good We have kept kf > pt talking about it itfar itfer itfor
far forty years But nevertheless ne rthtlea I Ishall Ishall Ishall
shall continue to talk about It It whether whetherit
it he hdottp I hav have such a sympathetic sympatheticaudience sympathettcf sympatbetloaudience
audience or whether it be before Con Congress Conarets Congross ¬
f gross or or btfiere tho < > who who have ha the power powerto aower aowerto w r rt
to t make oar o Representatives Repr entti 1 what they tbeyought theyOUlht theyought
ought to be In foreign ports portsPrniNc port8l portsPraise
Praise l rniHu for Queen QueenWhen QueenWhen tIIeCIIWhen
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upon Ho Hon Joafchcer J Leadaa L 3fln 3flnister tnater Mliiliter
liter from Uw uaN tloNether1andsjhe N th rtaafl he heCo proposed proposedContinued pripossil pripossilContinued
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