OCR Interpretation


The Washington herald. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1906-1939, February 14, 1910, Image 1

Image and text provided by Library of Congress, Washington, DC

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn83045433/1910-02-14/ed-1/seq-1/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

J
ci ciA
ciV V
A A DUALITY PAPER ROF OF OFDUALITY THE WASHINGTON WASHING TON HERALD LARGEST CIRCULATION MORNING MORNINGCIRCULATION I Ir S
r 1227 WASHINGTON D C MONDAY FEBRUARY PEBRUARY14 14 1910 TWO CENTS
> U BAFFLED BAFFLEDLARCHFORTUC ffl fflt
t LARCHFORTUC LARCHFORTUCReceived RCH f R T TlsffiecIDved
lsffiecIDved Received from from the theiuff theg thellg
iuff llg g J Fleet leefc Off Coast CoastjyiWB CoastFLAYE CoastFOUNDERED
jyiWB FLAYE FOUNDERED FOUNDEREDOfficials FOUNDEREDOfficials FOUNDEREDOfficials
Officials Have Small Hope of ofVessels ofVessels ofVessels
Vessels Satety SatetyEvery SafctjTEer SaftyEvery
Every Eer Means cans at Disposition of Xnvy XnvyDepartment XuvyDepurtiicitt ny nyDepnrtmcnt
Department niul Ilcvunne Cutter CutterService CutterSe CutterSev1ee
Service Se lee Being Used in Quest of the theiiia tbcfun theiita
iiia ti nucl nil Her Crew of Twontyv Twontyveight Twcntrelht Pweuty1clghtow
eight clghtow Xow ow Seven Days Da 11 IUifiIiiKT JlilulngLuc IUifiIiiKTLack I1ps1iigLuck
Lack Luc of Wireless Facilities Felt FeltVESSELS PeltI PeltVESSELS FeltVESSELS
I
I
VESSELS IN SEARCH SEARCHOF SEARCHOF
OF THE MISSING TUG TUGBattle TUGJ TUGBattle TUGBattle
J
Battle ship Louisiana and andscout andscout andscout
scout cruiser Salem coast coastfrom coastfrom coastfrom
from Norfolk to Cape Ca1 > May MayCastine MayCastine MaJCascine
Castine and Culgoa Boston Bostonto
to Block Island IslandTvo blandTwo IslandTwo
Two tugs from Neyr N Ne ej York YorkNavy YorkN YorkNavy
Navy N ayy Yard Long Island and andJersey andJersey andJ
Jersey J ersey coast coastRevenue coastRevenue coastRevenue
Revenue Cutter Service ServiceGresham Senicet ServiceGresham
t Gresham and Acushnet from fromCape frOi fromCape l lCape
Cape Cod southward southwardAll southwardU southwardAll
All U merchant vessels vesselswhich to towhich towhich
which news of loss could be becommunicated becommunicated becommunicated
communicated communicatedXo
C tJ tJXo
Xo news was received at toe th Navy Do Dopartment DIt DIt8rtment D D3rtment
partment yeetewtey of the test tug tu Nina Ninaand Nt Ntnnd Ntnacind
and her orew CI rw W of twentyeight man manOfficers M6nOfficera manomcer
Officers of the Bureau of Navigation Navigationkept Na Nftvlgaftonkept ipUon ipUonkpt
kept in dose touch with the department departmentthrough deprtmentthrou dspartmentthrouh
through throu h the th day hoping for something somethingVhich IOmethlngihiCh omethtngthch
Vhich would relieve the tension Noth Nothing Nothng Nothg ¬
ing ng g came Last night the possibility that thatthe thattb thattim
the tb little veuel may be found was wa re regarded re resarde recarded ¬
carded < as having grown materially inatertaII 1 1through leM leMthrough e eThrough
through the passing of another twenty twentyfour twentyiour twentysour
four hours without information as to her hersafety berafety her5afety
safety
Every Menu Employed DmploedEveo lniployedEvery EmployedEvery
Every means at the dtepesttion ef the theNavy theNavy thenavy
Navy Daparixs DapaatnMIIt nt and the tb Revenue R Rsm Cat Catter Cattel Ontter
ter Service Servic is i beto being need to give relief reliefto rIleito
to the vessel which is somewhere above aboveor ahoveor
or below tl tie e waters of the Atlantic be between be between ¬
tween ween Chesapeake C peake Bay and Cape Cod CodIn CodIn CodIn
In the absence b of o any definite informa information Informa Informati Informatiin ¬
tion ti n hope of her safety sank lower and andoflicers andoficers andofikers
oflicers of the navy na regard the poI possibility pNI1bUlly poIAUty ¬
bUlly AUty of her recovery as small smallOne smallOne smallOne
One wireless a meeeage m9 llge wag wa received by byCommander byomn1ander byromntander
Commander Lloyd H Chandler for the theJ3ureau thaunmuofN8vl the3ureau
J3ureau 3ureau unmuofN8vl of Navigation kmwbok who kept in lnt lntwith touch teuchWith touchWith
With the department throughout tlIro bout the day dayan dayan dayani
an ani I well into the night nightIt DI8htIt ntgktIt
It brought only Oftl the Information 1J 0rmattOft that the thebout th thOUt
bout nut cruiser Salem dispatched from the theNorfolk thel theorfo1k
l Norfolk rfolk Navy Yard over the course of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Nina Xina was engaged e in the search searchThere aearcbThere marchThere
There was nothing nothln whatever about the thewireless theVlreIss thew
wireless w 1tess which brought assurance as to totL toth toth
th fate of the missing tug tugHad tu tuHad tugHad
Had the Nina been equipped with wire wires wlreiSS
J iSS ss s apparatus help might have been beensummoned Debftpummoned beenurnrnoned
summoned to aid her and the work of ofti oftL oft
ti tL t searchers would have been made madecomparatively maderLparattvely madeC
comparatively C easy That she was not hotto notf nott
to f t quipped it may have sve cost the lives of offhifj otChlt ofI
fhifj Chlt I Boatswain John S Croghan C han of ofWashington ofshlngto of1VliIngton
Washington shlngto and hto h crew crewXow erewXow crewo
Xow o Seven Days IoHt IoHtAt IOHtAt IONIAt
At 630 3O oclock yesterday ye morning seven sevenuays Hvent1S aevenbad
uays had elapsed since DCe the Nina steamed steamedf litellmidtrTn eteanedfrrn
f trTn rum the navy yard at Norfolk and head headed headtd ¬
ed 1 out of Chesapeake Bay for Boston BostonThe DMtonIh Beatenrhe
The Ih passing pang of thto period without withoutjfws 1thoutII withoutlf
lf jfws W II of tho vessel brought a a feeling of oftlic ofU oftht
tlic U gravest apprehension apprehensionWhile aJJPl aJJPlWhilt pwehenulonWhile
While there to I still a possibility bUlty that thatflt thatflY thatLt
flY Lt has suffered < end some mishap which whichv whichU11I
v uM 111 1 enable Oflb her to keep k p afloat the thechumps thean8 theiafl8
chumps an8 that she he will be found are so soFlight actf11 eo1iiht
Flight f11 ht ag to arouse the grayest alarm alarmThr a arm armh rm rmTh
Thr Th h > Navy Department baa received many manyrMuesta manyfl manyr
fl r rMuesta uests for rforlDAt1on formation concerning coneeraln the that
i t tug It has been able to reply only onlytiat onlytlat onlytiat
tiat every endeavor H to being < made to tofiive togive tohe
give he her the relief which she Ia believed believedtu beIieodtu
tu need needIn fledIn riedIn
In the fact faetthat that the Nina is ono on of the theoMest thej1est thec1est
oMest j1est of naval tugs is 1 found a a souree ura8 of ofclanger ofGant ofCantr
clanger clangerTo Gant CantrTo r rTo
To the criticism that was made yester yesteriiay yeatertiLY e ter teria
iiay ia of the department for sending the thevessel thelsd thesel
vessel lsd sel upon so long ong a trip the reply was wasr wudf waatht
r ui df that she had been found fit and andthat andt andtat
that t at repairs have frequently been made madeupon made1J1lIn made144fl
upon the tug and a her machinery through throughtvliirh throughwhich throughwhtch
which she wee considered safe ami a 1 sea searthy searthy seaNtj
rthy rthyNo rthyII
No II news new came yesterday from the reve rever rever roveuttere
r r cutters Gresham and Acushnet Acushnetwiiich ActH AcuehnetWiIICI1 lnet lnetwidell
wiiich were waiting at Woods Hole to toBtnni to5tL tot
Btnni t tni I as soon as the fog lifted Vessels Vesselsvti V8 Voesolsw Sals Salswddl
wddl w vti < ii are making the search are areipped arei J
t i ipped with wireless wlrel and prompt no notiti notill notin
till < ati atin < n to expected should she be found foundMay foundIUn foundMzty
May IUn Ileiir Todiy Todiyrut 10e11 10e11j l1nyhr
rut j hr Navy Department expects CXP < U to re reniv rej
niv j U dispatches i patcla today from the vessels vesselst veae veaeba
t nursed z4gel in the search searchTin searchTlt marchTh
Tin Th fact that she has ha net been sighted sightedf htet11 htet11fl
fl L f i leaving le urlns Chesapeake Bay tends to toiNnUt tHIlt
1 HIlt rt lit the theory that she Is drifting driftingm driftj driftjthi
m till path of the coasters coastersIt coNterIt
It is pot possible the strong at1O northwest northw wI wIj wio winds windsv
v j 1 h have ha prevailed during the last week weekriv weeknave weekf
riv f have driven the Nina out Into mW mWr
r n i If this t has happened ha the food foodj
j 11101 il hL m nil wilt become serious within the thein thelII theIII
in M ffw lays 11a s for or she aI carried only a anh ah aeXts
nh h ex eXts < s over a sullldetit llcIent stock It sto of
1 M 1 visions ilot IOfl to la last t durln during the t tie e cnri0e from facomX tWtmrtolk fromIRlk
X in rtolk oik to t Boston BostonMl Boston1l
Ml 11 advertising aderti i JIg contracts rontr1 < ts made > by h The TheViiingt ThoIll rhohingtn
Viiingt Ill hingtn ngten n Hriaid arc basfd upon Its ItsJOMu itsT
JOMu T na fide ii ir ilitiona circulation In InVshinRtcn Inshin Ints11ingt
VshinRtcn ts11ingt shin n If > r iv tloufin tl t1tUflflS 1If1n1s s 1 than thannr tikanS 1 tan tanv
v S ever nr lfjrv L Lf to atiuitil lU Hl by any tnoroing tnoroingr
r stur rJOtr > T 1 at the th Capital Its buoks are areopen areopen areopen
open
BISHOP STEALS MARCH MARCHTAKES MARCHTAKES MARCHTAKES
TAKES IN COLLEGE COLL GE PARK PARKHead PARKHead PARKHead
Head of Aero Club Comes on From Baltimore and andIs andIs andfs
Is Enthusiastic Over Conditions C nditions Here HereCortlandt HereCorthudtFicld HereC HereCortlnndt
C
+
Cortlandt CorthudtFicld Field Bishop president ofthc of crf th the Acrb Acr Club of America Americastole Anlcri Americastole a astole
stole a march on Washington Ttlshingt n aviation enthbusiasts cnth usinsts yesterday ycstcFd y whon he hemade hemacIe hemacic
made a flying visit sit to College Park by bf automobile from Baltimore and andcarefully andI andcarefully
carefully went over the ground where the next ne < t international flying coiir coiirvcntion con convention convention
I vention may may be held
I The trip was s made Ju the automobile automobileof
I of William 1lUam S So Hilies HUt of Roland Park Parkwho Parkwho Parkwho
who is th the host of President Bishop dur during durIn durlug ¬
lug In his Baltimore vMt After viewing viewingthe vl viewingthe wlnc wlncthe
the College Park course the party pro proceeded ptOceeded proceoded ¬
ceeded to Washington Wtlahln ton where nero they theY were weretho werotho werethe
tho guests of Lleut Commander John R REd REd Rlfddle
Ed lfddle < li lIe of 1747 Rhode Island avenue north northwest nortltWeJlt northweat
N
west WeJlt at dinner dinnerSees dinnerSCS dinnerSes
Sees College Park ParkIn J ParkIn dr drIn
In the afternoon Mr Bishop was wa taken takenthrough takenI
I through throo h Potomac Park anti thence thMi back backto backto
I to Baltimore It was his flrst a rotvLstt vlslt istt to the theCapital theCapital theCapital
Capital in two years yearsThis ye yeThll yearaThis
This morning at 9 oclock Mr Bishop Bishopwill DltIhopwill BIiopwill
will make his hI official arrival in Washing Washington Washlneton Washington ¬
ton Two hours later he will ill visit lBIt the theWhite
I White House and present resolutions resolutionsasking re8OlutJonauId resolutionsasking
asking uId the President to intercede with withCongress wtltConc WithCongress
Congress Conc in the cause of aviation and andmake andmake nd ndnJake
make appropriations at this th session tend tendbis tendto tendIng
bis to encourageihe art of mastering materl the theair thetr theair
air tr
airMembers
Members s of the Aero Scientific SoIeetI Club 101 of ofWashington oCaln ofWashington
Washington aln ton were ere of the opinion that thatthey thattbe thatthey
they would have the opportunity of first firstexplaining ftntexptalnln flrstOXPlOlning
explaining exptalnln to ifr fr Bishop the advantages advantagesWEATHER Adnnta5e8WEATHER advantageswEArHER
WEATHER FORECAST FORECASTFor FORfCASTFor
For the District of Columbia ColumbiaMaryland ColumbiaIaryland ColumbiaMaryland
Maryland and Virginia VirginiaFair VirginiaFairw VirginiaFairweather Fair Fairweather
weather w ather and rising temperature temperaturetoday temperaturetoday temperaturetoday
today and tomorrow moderate moderatewest moderatewest moderatewest
west to southwest winds windsUPHOLD windsUPHOLD windsUPHOLD
UPHOLD BEVERIDGE BEVERIDGERepublican BEVERIDGERep BEVERIDGERepublican
Republican Rep blicRllPapers Papers in Indiana Deny DenyIndorsing DenyIndorsing
Indorsing Aldrich Bill BillSf BillSflf BillSieI
Sf Sflf al cfel to The Washington Herald HonWIndianapolis HeraldInd1anapoUIi IhmM1ndlanapo11
Indianapolis Ind Feb IS 1JThe The ques quesj queUon queetion
j tion of o whether or not the Indiana Re Republican Republican Repubikan ¬
publican Editorial Association indorsed indorsedthe Indorsedthe Indorsedthe
the tariff law pawed by the recent Con Congress Congroes ¬
gress has stirred up one of the hottest hottestand hottestand
and at the same time the strangest of DCvoHtleai ofpoftticaghts
I poHttoalftlghts voHtleai ghts in the history ef Indiana IndianaIn IndlanaIn IndianaIn
In a vy y It is a threeoVnered battle battleThe batUeThe battleThe
The Democratis papers of tha State 3tat ant antprHcltenlly a acttadty anpractisally
prHcltenlly cttadty unanimous Ja m dechuriqs decl that thatthe the thathe thethe
the law was WA indorsed by the association associationThe U8OCIaUonThe associationThe
The Republican papers pers are equally em emphatic empllatie empkatic ¬
phatic in declaring that the tariff law lawwas JawIUI
was IUI not indorsed indorsedThose Indoned I2dOrsOdThose
Those papers which insist that there therewas thereWill therea
was a no mention of the tariff during the themeeting tlaemeeting themeeting
meeting see In the declaration that the theAJdrkh theAJdrieh theAldrich
Aldrich tariff bill was indorsed a direct directattack cUredAttack directattack
attack on Senator Beverkbj Bevr They pro propose propose propose ¬
pose to uphold him and declare that thatnothing thatnothing thatnothing
nothing was said in the th meeting which whichcould whlehcould whichcould
could be construed as an attack ttack on the thestand thetand thestand
stand which he took in the tariff l1tC debates debatesCOLD debate5I debatesCOLD
COLD WEEK AHEAD AHEADf AHEADWeather
I f
1 Weather Bureau Warns of Another Anotheri AnotherSevere AnotherSevere
I i Severe Frigid Wave WaveIn
I In a special bulletin issued i8 last night nightthe n nightthe t
I
the Weather Bureau says saysDuring saysDuring saysDuring
During the present pre ent week a general generalstorm 5enera1storm generalstorm
storm followed by a cold wave will willcross 1illcrMoR willcrose
cross the United States The storm orlft will willappear wiltappear willappear
appear over the Pacific States within withinthe withinthe withinthe
the next two days < cross the Rockies RockiesPlains Rock RockPial lockhes lockhesPlains
Plains Pial States and Central Valleys during duringthe durinSthe duringthe
the middle days of the week and reach reachthe reachthe reachthe
the Atlantic seaboard board by Friday The Thecokl Thacokl Thecoki
cokl wave promises to be severe severeThe aeereThe severeThe
The extraordinary depth of snow in inparts Inparts Inparts
parts of the Lake region and in the themountain themountaIn themountain
mountain districts of the Middle Atlantic Atlanticand Atlanticand Atlanticand
and New England States will in the theevent theevent theevent
event of warm warm rn heavy rains in the near nearfuture JteIIrfuture nearfuture
future present conditions favorable for forfreshets lorfreshets forfreshets
freshets and floods The outlook for the thepresent theprHent thepresent
present week however is that a tendency tendencytoward tendeReYtoward tendencytoward
toward flood conditions in the larger largerstreams Ial5erstreams largerstreams
streams about the middle of the week weekwill weekwlll weekwill
will be checked by cold Cold weather that will willarrive willarrive 1n 1narrive
arrive later In the week
TWENTY YEAR INCREASE INCREASEIN
IN LIQUOR IMPORTATIONS IMPORTATIONSWines IMPORTATIONSVlines IMPORTATIONSWines
Wines 105 per cent centSpirits ccntSpirits centSpirits
Spirits 150 per cent centMalt centlfalt centiIalt
Malt liquors in I I I per cent centCoffee centCoffee centCoffee
Coffee 2y 2 25 > lbsper lbs per person personNEGROES personNEGROES personNEGROES
NEGROES ATTACK JAILER JAILERIcurclI JAThERFeared
Feared Boy no Would He Iynclicil for forAnsnult forAHnult foeANsahlIf
Ansnult on 0j Child ChildSfxxtel ChilclSpedal ChildSedsl
Sfxxtel to The Wwhtegtoi W Herald HeraldAnnapolis HentldAnnapolis HualdAnnapolis
Annapolis Md Feb 11 13Bellelng Believing an anattempt anattempt anattempt
attempt wag being made to lynch 1 nch James JawesDigges JamesDiggea JtunesDlgges
Digges a negro boy In jail here charged chargedwith chargedwith chargedwith
with assaulting the flveyearold ftveyear old daughter daughterof
of Mr and Mrs Thomas Dove of Ger Germantown Germantown Gormantown
mantown James Baldwin B thirtyfive thirtyfiveyears thirtrftveears thirtyfiveyears
years ears old officer o lC9l of the jail was set upon
by a gang of negroes ne roe tonight and andrescuei was wasrescued wasreseued
rescued by the city police The bQYs boyrparents bQYspuents bqysparents
parents were In the crowd and may bo boarrested boanestoo bearrest
arrested anestoonldlw1l1 arrest arrestedBaldwin d dikitiwip
Baldwin was on the way wa to a car to totake totako totake
take the boy to the Baltimore City jail jailfor jt JailIfor l lfor
for tafe keeping keepingCOOK keeplnI keepingIN
I COOK IN CHILE CHILEliUJltIU INCOGNITO INCOGNITOIOlleloll INCOGNITO INCOGNITOLondon
London Fpli 14 1AccorJlIuA 1AccorJlIuAto I According Accordingto
to the Dally Dun Kail Dr Cook CookiJus Cook1J1 Cookiiiu I
1J1 iJus fake explorer lia ImlJ sudden suddenly suclc1euJ uddex ¬
ly J 1 aiuicrrejl in Chile having hnvlnyrnrrlveil haJntnrrhccl havingarrived I
arrived at Corral Saturday Sntnrrtaywith SRtureuywith Saturdaywith
with his wife ICc They rhltJncell rhltJncellutultr rue traveled traveledmuter traveledunder
muter aiKnmed naniCK on board lioarilthe boardthe tonrl I Ithe
the German steamer oxiris oxirisFellow O OtlrlsFellow JJln JJlnFcllow
Fellow jiasseiif J Jflaengers IrcnJtrs < ers say H the theCooks theCooks
Cooks CooltH were slmdawed by I the theliollce
It I liollce e
of College Park ag the scene ene of what whatwill wbatwtIl whatwill
will probably be b the greatest soaring con contests conteata conteats ¬
tests in the history of the world worldThe worldThe worldThe
The swift 1ft visit to the joint offering of ofBaltimore ofBallinlOre ofBaltimore
Baltimore and Washington as the situ for forthe forthe forthe
the next flying congress congr was not on Mr MrBishops MrBishops MrBl8hops
Bishops official programme and local localpromoters l cAIpromoters localpromoters
promoters were not informed In ormod that he wag wagIn wa waIn wasIn
In the city clt
Sized Up VI Course CourseThe CourseThe CourseThe
The party journeyed over the new State Stateroad Stat StatroAd Stateroad
road to Washington Iagton in a 8 speeding ma machine mAchine machine ¬
chine which did not pause until College CollegePark CollocePark CollegePark
Park was a in sight si t where there WR was a ahalf ahale ahalf
half of about twenty minutes while the thepresident th thpresk1ent thepresident
president of the Aero Club sised slweq up the thecourse thecoww tlecourse
course courseSpeaking cowwSpeAJdn courseSpeaking
Speaking < of the country around Balti Baltimore BaltImore Baldsnore ¬
more more Mr Bishop said it Is entirely too toohilly toohilly toohilly
hilly and that too many trees abound aboundthere nboundthere aboundthere
there for aviation but but butwhen when the smooth smoothclearings smoothcrinp smoothclearings
clearings of College Col Park were reached reachedhe rehedhe reachedhe
he was visibly vt lbly Impressed ImJM llSed He said 141 the thelevel theevel thelevel
level country and nd straightaway stral twa stretches stretchesreminded str8tebosrelId stretchesreminded
reminded relId ct him of the French aviation aviationgrounds aviationgrounds n nIrou
grounds groundsContinued Irou groundsCoiitluueil d dContlnuee
Continued on Page Pn c Column Cohl ln 4 4PLAN 4PLAN
1 PLAN A WAGE W WARTrade WAR WARTrade AR ARTrade
Trade Woorkers W oorkers in New York to toHold toHold toBold
Hold Strike Meetings MeetingsNew
New York Feb F b 13 UPreUmhuar 13PrelimInary Preliminary meet meetings mMtIngs meettugs ¬
ings of men m n and women in a number of oftrades ortradel oftrades
trades in which there th have been no nostrikes nostrU nostrikes
strikes strU were held today to start organi organization OIpalmUon organizatloit ¬
zation meetings to demand higher wages wagesShop WIISesSttop wagesShop
Shop meetings meeU 8S of e these trades trad will winlble begin bogtathis beginthIs
this week in doseas of halls in the east eastside eastBIde eastMd
side Md and in Brooklyn General strikes strikeswill rikeswln strikeswlil
will be then ordered If the demands are arerefused aNrefaued arerefused
refused refusedThe refauedThe refusedThe
The demand will be for a restoration rat ratlOlt of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the wages of two years ago agoOf agoOf agoof
Of these trades tfltd the largest are ths thschildrens lb lbchildrens thchildrens
childrens and mines mine dressmakers of ofwhom ofwhom ofwhom
whom there are about 500CO O mostly JDQIU wo women women women ¬
men In Manhattan hatta and Brooklyn Next Nextin NextIn Nexthi
in importance are the womens women comb combmakers COIIIbJllAk oneabmisakors
makers a about 400ft t tAeordl 40 40Acordhig
Aeording Aeordl to B W Ktnsttin nn t ln organizer organizeref OfStU Zerofthe
ef ofthe o the East Side S trades tradeaat at t OPt ast astpersons w < W Wpersons
persons in these mWeUaceouif mhweIianii eIneD trades trades may mar marbe maybe
I be Involved in strikes stri 8 this thl year yearAULD yearAULD yearAULD
AULD AULD INCIDENT INcIDE T OVER OVERTransfers OVERTrnsfers OVERTransfers
Transfers at Boston Navy Yard Will WillPollow WillI WillFollow
Follow However HoweverSeveral HoweverSeveral HoweverSoversi
I
Several transfers at the Boston Navy NavyYard NaV NaVI NavyYard
I Yard will probably follow the recent recentcourtmartial recentcourtmartial recentcourtmartial
courtmartial trials there of Amoetant AmoetantPaymaster A esOStat esOStatPaymaster ttt tttPay
Paymaster Pay George Oeorpp P Auld U S S N and andPaased aDdPaed andFamed
Famed Assistant Surg Ausey U8er H Rel Relnett not notnott Beltnett
nett nott U S N who were involved in incharges 1ftcbarsea Incharges
charges growing out of an incident at ata ata eLa
a dance at t the Boston Navy avy Yard on onDecember 01December onDecember
December U last at which hleh Dr Edward EdwardS
S S Cowtes Cow a Boston physician claimed claimedto
to have been Insulted lntt and assaulted assaultedThe aultedThe aesaultedThe
The finding Aad of the court ha has been Dee ap approved approveJ approvej ¬
proveJ by the Navy Department t and car caJrl carrind j
ri rind tl l into effect e t and a as far as the Navy NavyDepartment Nav NavI NavyDepartment
I Department is 1 concerned the Incident Is Isclosed IiiI isclosed
I closed It is Ukttty however that soy several soyeral ¬
I eral ntl transfers tmnse of ofofttO officers olfl eri o on duty hut at the theI theyard
I I yard will be made for the good of the theservice theservice
i service > The changes cbn eM win w 1 not be in the thenature lhei thenature
i nature of a rebuke to the officers o1Ueer shifted shiftedbut 8hlftedbut shiftedbut
but will bfl for the purpose 8e ef separating separatingofficers eparatlnoOkcn separatingoiYscera
officers between whom hem hard feeling has hasbeen ha habeen hasbeen
been engendered e ed as a a result r reuf of the court courtmartial courtmartial courtmartial
martial martialThere martialThen martialThere
There will be no general shakeup
Such changes rhaR < HS may J be made will 111 be begradual begandual I Ipadul
gradual however and probably will m not notbe notbe
be announced for several months monthsLIKE mont montIJIE monthsLIKE I
LIKE TRILBY CASE CASECalifornia CASECtilitornia CASEOalif
California Oalif rnia Police Hold Physician in inPeculiar inPeculia inPeculiar
Peculiar Tragedy
San Francisco Fta chleo Feb F b
W 13The The arrest t was wasmadey WitSmade wasmadetaday
madey made madetaday today of Dr W F F Burke head of ofa ofa ofa
a sanitarium near Santa Rosa a for an at attempt atteompt attempt ¬
tempt to blow tip Luella Smith and her herinfant herinfant herinfant
infant For a week San Francisco pa papers papers papers ¬
pers have been fllled with sensational sensationalstories scn sensationalstor1ei fttlonal fttlonalitOlI
stories itOlI of the mystery of an explosion explosionin
in a womans tent on the sanitarium sanitariumgrounds S4inlbtrlumgrounds sanitariumgrounds
grounds and strange stories that Dr DrBurke DrBurke DrBurke
Burke was a Svengall to this poor Trilby TrilbyThe Trnb TrnbTh TrilbyThe
The Th woman is not attractive but she is isbright Isbri5ht Isheight
bright and ha studied at the University Universityof Unl rslt rsltof
of California She worked for several severalyears 8eeralyears severalyears
j years as a nurse at the sanitarium and andBurke andBurke andBurke
Burke showed her much kindness Late Lately Lltt Llttly Lately ¬
ly however since nee she gave birth to a achild aclilld achild
child he has declared the girl was in inwne fnMne Insane
sane MneThe saneThe wneThe
The district attorney has evidence evidencewhich dvldencewhleh evidencewhich
which he thinks will prove the dootor is isthe istho isthe
the father of the child
and that the ox explosion oxploslon oxploslon ¬
ploslon was Intended to remove them themIORD themlORD themLORD
lORD FAIRFAX PAIRETURNS PAIRETURNSTitled RETURNS RETURNSTitled RETURNSTltlccl
Titled Scot Who Vito Clint C1Ingli to America Americaon
on IL Steamer tl D1er Cnmiinuin CnmiinuinNew CntnnuluNew CamuimniaNew
New York Feb 13 13The The Cunardoc CunardOPCam CunardOPCamPRnla CunardoCampanla Cam Campania ¬
pania from Liverpool Liverpool and Qucenstown Queenstowndocked Qucenstowndocked Qucenstowndocked
docked this morning morningI morningAmong morningAmong
I Among her er passengers were Lord Fair Fairfax FaIru Fairtax
fax u known to his friends as Albert KIr Klriby KIrby Kirby
iby by Fairfax and a native of Prince PrinceGeorge PrincoGeorge PrinceGeorge
George County Md He Is the th twelfth twelfthBaron twelfthBaron twelfthBaron
Baron of Cameron in the peerage of ofScotland ofScotland ofScotland
Scotland He smilingly declared that lie liewas hewas liewas
was still a good gOO American He is ac accompanied accompnnlCd accompanIe ¬
companied by b the Hon J H Parker and andthe an1the
the Hon Montague Parker sons of the theEarl thoEarl theEarl
Earl of Morley who will go shooting with withhim wlUhIm withhim
him In Virginia VirginiaOther VirginiaI VirginiaOther VirginiaOther
Other passengers pas engers were the Marquis MarquisPaolo MarqulPaolo Marquisrsolo
Paolo di Montagllarl of the Italian Em Embassy Embass Embassy ¬
bassy bass at Washington Capt A R RStewart RI RStewart
Stewart and D F Shipman ShipmanGive ShipmanGh ShlpmanGive
Give Gh BlacklntoiieN Violet Violetas YloletfICas
as your our Valentine 50e hunch bunchl4th 14th H Hlargest HLargest iiLargest
largest Morning Circulation
8H HUGH C HIDEI WmNB HIDEIIf IDENEO IDENEOBY
If B TUFTS T TAFT fr5 SPEECH SPEECHMiddle 5rE 5rEliddle
Middle Western Insurgents InsurgentsOpenJy lnSUlgclltsOpcuJJ lnsuigeittsOpeIiI3
OpenJy Dissatisfied DissatisfiedBRISTOW ji 1issatisficdIRIsrow satisficd satisficdBRIS1OV
BRISTOW ASKS DETAILS DETAILSCalls DETAILSCalls DEImAILSCalls
Calls Presidents > Tariff rI arifl Talk TalkOne TalkOne full I IOnc
One of Conclusions Only OnlyKIIIIMIM OnlyIiuJUiIt Onlylmtmszma
KIIIIMIM Senator Takes Shot at Rub Rubber Rubher Rubher ¬
her Trust Trustlany Many ItJI Public Men hn Give GiveView Ghc1c CI ye yeVIws
View 1c H on > n RxeeutlveH icxecuIeNtldrcNN Xov w York YorkAddrcHH YorkAcIc1T
AddrcHH AcIc1T IIH anil Some Soim Hon HouNe c Itevolterw ItevolterwArc UeoIC 1t4ol4eriAre rlil rlilArc
Arc Ileuwed AdnilnlNtratloii dmlnll trutlon lle lleIMiltlicanN UelIlhlicu Repiihlicans
IMiltlicanN lIlhlicu H Style HciunrkM Timely TimelyAdmlnistratioa llmcl llmclAdmintraUoJl llmaebAdministration
Administration RepubHcaas in Congress Congressfound Consrst1fGUnd Congressfound
found a a good deal of comfort in President PresidentTaffs PrlentTafts PrndtlometTafts
Tafts New York speech h As an opener openerfor openerfor
for the CongreceleiMl Con re campaign n they th de declared de declared dodared ¬ I
clared It It t to be timely l and effective The Thenearinsurgents TIMnear ThenearInsurgents
nearinsurgents near iurpea also wsere we pleased but butthe butthe I ItM
the real simonpure nonpUe Insurgent seemed to toUe toeonsklerablr tohi
Ue hi considerably rtUilsd rtUilsdThe ruasIThe rulliedThe
The latter regard the reiteration by byPresident tyPr8llldeat byPresident
President Taf Taft t of his tart tank sentiments tlmentB tlmentBa as asan
an a 1 unnecessary ln fJeesary r reopening K of an old sore soreSenator soreSenator soreSenator
Senator Brlstow of Kansas Ita who taswge taswgeprobably lusorgesprobably e eprobCIblr
probably harder than any r other member memberof memberI memberof meamberof I
of the Senate openly expressed pred his die dissatisfaction diatutWaetion dieatiiCactlon ¬
satisfaction satisfactionSenator utWaetionSenator atiiCactlonSntor
Senator La FoUette also ao was far from frombeing frombeing frombeing
being enthusiastic and it is safe to toliJume as assume assame ¬
same that Senator Cummins of Iowa Iowaand Iowa Iowaand Iowaand
and Senator Ctapp of Minnesota also alsowill alaowill alsowill
will And some ground for complaint complaintAs
As 8 a matter of faet fact act President ldont Tafts TaftsNew Tart TartNew TaftsNew
New York speech seams to have ha e widened widenedthe wtdea widenedthe d dthe
the breach between t him and the revolt revolting AYOJtJng revolttag ¬
tag Republicans of the Middle Midolehl1Ortntiun West WescImportation Westimportation
Importation of Free Hul nuhhr nuhhrA8 ItubberAs l er erAs
As to the tart < said Jd Senator Brie Brtetow Drttow Brietow
tow vhen v ht hen n naked for his opinion ef the thespeech dieIPHCb thespeech
speech I am stfll standing upon the theRepublican UMRepublteaa theRepublican
Republican nation uuol platform I ewte ewtewttbout state statewithout statewithout
without hesitation that the new tariff tarifflaw tarUlJaw tarifflaw
law Is not in fulfillment ent of the pledges pledgesmade pledgesmade edl edlmade
made by the Republican platform of ofnor ISO ISOnor I Inor
nor does it carry out 0 promises promi n made pub publicly publletr publily ¬
lily on the th stump st by the Republican Republicancandidate KepuljUcancandidate Republicancandidate
candidate for ot President in that year yearI
I would like fa q have the details upon uponwhich uponb uponwidth
which b the President bases ba his h conclusion concIullolttIaat conclusionthat i itsuU
that the tariff law was as a a general generalproposition SOllIin1prplUo generalpretIoi
proposition 11 If revision gDWwwaJ J JJ JJsay I Iseyg t tan
say an the h pw iwt1o intone of frel DiltertaJa Nn Nnterlals t tterlehi >
terlals has increased In the Ant three threemontns threeJIIOIttft threemonths
months under the new tariff law there therewas the thewas therewas
was an Increase In the Importation of offree offree r rfr
free fr rubber of more than JlCGOefOO St l0O00t as ascompared acomparec1 ascompared
compared with wtt the importations in the thecorresponding thecorrespondl thecorresponding
correspondl corresponding three months of tb the pre preceding preeed1ag proceding ¬
ceding year ear There was en the other otherhand otJMrhand otherhand
hand a decrease in the Importation of ofmanufactured orlDIiJtutactured ofmanufactured
manufactured rubber The duty on man manufactured Ntufaelured menufactured ¬
ufactured rubber was wa increased ed from JO JOto 1to I Ito
to 25 per cent ad d valorem valoremWhen valoremWhen valoremVhiu
When any an one undertakes to wove wovethat provethat
that 1 the new H tariff t law Is a revIsion rovtotoadownward revIsiondpwnwrd IN
dpwnward downward he should give MS detail detakt and andnet andnot
net t general statement sta meftta Prom Fro his stand standpoint 1tUdpoint standpoint ¬ I
point the Presidents speech on the tariff tariffwas tartlra tariffwas
was a good ood cue but the t tb details detailsblch upon uponwhich I Iwhich
which blch he base his conclusions are lack lacking lackleg ¬
leg ingSenator In JaekI
Senator La Follette begged to to be ex excused QJCeuHd oxcused ¬
cused from making nay comment on th thspeech the thespeech
speech at this th time lie referred to some someef someof IBe IBeoC
ef the figures ft given by the President that to toprove toprove to1wove
prove that the Payne PayneAldrich Aldrich tariff tJirt < law lawwas lawwaa lawwas
was downward revision tIIIoa and nd said he de desired desired ¬
sired Iir to analyse the figure more care carefully eanI carefully ¬
fully wtr Senator La Follette it will be re recalled reeaUed recalled ¬
called caused to be prepared hi the Bu Bureau Juru Iluroan ¬
roan of Statistics and had published pul ll8hecI as asa a aa asa
a document7 document tables showing < that the law lawwas lawwaa lawvan
was not generally Derally revision downward downwardAt d downwardAt WftWaJd WftWaJdAt
At the Presidents request Mr Ir La I Foi Foilette Follette FoIleuc
lette submitted a table to him while the thetariff thetariff thetariff
tariff was under consideration consklera 11 on but after afterSenator afterI afterSenator afterSenator I
Senator Aldrich had pointed out OU certain certainalleged certAinII certainalleged
alleged II ed faults in the exhibit of the Senator Senatorfrom 3 enator enatorfrom tw twfrom
from Wisconsin in the President rejected rejectedit
it It Senator La FoUette lioll tte may have hR Mine Minething seinething me mething
thing to say y later in reply to the Prod Presidents Prestdenes Proddents ¬
dents defense of the tariff law lawOther lawOthcr lawOther
Other Senators May 11 Reply ReplySenators HeIrSenators lCjl lCjlSenators
Senators Clapp Cummins awl Dotliver Dotliverin
in the light of their criticisms of the thelaw he helaw e elawu
law lawu AS a violation of party DJetkes fo
tariff revision also may ma feel called cafledupon cafleduponto upon uponto uponto
to reply to U the t Presidents spoeeh be because bocaUle because ¬
cause of the UI determination of tho Repub Republican RclMthHean RepubIlcan ¬
lican leaders to circulate the speech as a acampaign actlmpa acampaign
campaign ctlmpa n document documentInsurgents d documentInsurgents umflt umflt1nsurlenta
Insurgents in the House were much muchmore muchmore muchmore
more ready to grant a large share of ofmerit ofmerll ofmerit
merit to the Presidents speech Said SaidRepresentative SAIdRepre SaidRepresentative
Representative Repre entaUve Hayes of California load loader lOAder lendor ¬
er o fthe Republican insurgents in the theHouse thoHouee timeHouse
House HouseI
I like the Presidents speech Ho did didnot didnot
I not dodge or evade any Issue It was WAgcourageoUi wa wacourageous wascourageous
courageous utterance utterance and he who roads roadsknows rOA readsknows 6 6knows
knows Just jWhere here the President stands standson standSon stand standon
on the question that he discussed discussedRepresentative cUecu discussedRepresentative e1 e1ReprMentative
Representative Hayes would not not how however however however ¬
ever comment on the possible pos effect of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the speech in the Middle West WestRepresentative WestReprCfentttve WestRepresentatle
Representative Gardner of Massachu Massachusetts llItSStlchusetts Massachusetts ¬
setts another Republican insurgent sale saJdhe satdho salehe
he had not read the speech carefully carefullyThose earoullyThOle earefuhlyTheae
Those portions that I glanced over overhowever 061however overhowever
however he said struck me favorably favorablyThat faverabl faverablThat favorablyThat
That is all I care to sny iIR about the nat inntter matter natf
f ter at this time timeRepublican timetpubUcan timeIhopubilean
Republican Senators from tho far West Westtrn 1OiSlern Westem
trn em States seemed to think that the thePresident thePrcs1d thePresldpnt
President Prcs1d nt had supplied In his speech the theonly theonly theonly
only thing lacking to make him an im of offoctlvo QffOOU offhctlv
foctlvo fOOU leader of the party partySpoke partySlokc partySpoke
Spoke Out Courageously CourageouslyHeretofore CoutnAcomc CoutnAcomcHoretofore CouriigeouMhHeretofore
Heretofore in his desire 1 r6 to please pleasewhich plensewhleb pleasewhich
which ig i one of Mr Tafts molt mostchnr mostchnr3cterlstlc mo char characteristic characterlstic ¬
acteristic qualities said a Republican RepublicanSenator RClUbllcanSenotor RepublicanSenator
Senator from a Western eslern State the Presi President President lresident ¬
dent has appeared to temporize tegpot1zoITe He spoke spokeout spokeoUt
out courageously cura usy People Hke aggressive aggressiveand AggrosslvQand aggress1veand
and welldefined well < 1eftJl d leadership leadershipSenator Ica leaderihlpSenator hushlp hushlpSenator
Senator George Sutherland of Utah Utahsaid Utnhsold titmthsaid
said saidThe
The speech is timely and a very ver strong strongpresentation strongpresentation strongpresentation
presentation of o the matter m matter tter the President Presidentdiscussed PreshlentdtSCUfl6ed Presidentdiscutmoed
discussed framed in very excellent < tem tempor temPOI ternpor
por His analysis a tllsis of the operations of ofthe ort10 ofthe
the PayneAldrlch tariff law Is clear clear and andconvincing andconvlncl andconvincing
convincing convlncl The Th Presidents statements statementsvvlth statementsIith statementswith
with reference reerf > nee to purely business ques quesContlnued quesContinued quesContinued
Continued ou Jngc 2 Column 5 f
FIND GIRL DEAD DEADAtlantic DEADAtlantic DEADAtlantic
Atlantic City Police Search for a aYoung aYoung aYoung
Young Married Man ManAtlantic ManAtlAntic ManAtlantle
Atlantic City Feb 11 IITbe The body lJod of ofJane ofJft ofJane
Jane Jft Adams eightoony eighteenyearold earold rold daughter daughterof
of Mr and an Mrs Charles Adams Ada Ul of tilts tiltscity Utlscity thiscity
city whop whophad who had been missing since h f Febru February February February ¬
ary 4 was WfiS wn found In the breakers brook oft liar Harriaburg liarrlehurg Iar Iarrl
riaburg rl huq avenue today todayThe toclyTho todayThe
The police have ha started a countrywide countrywidesearch countrywidesearch countrywidesearch
search for Willtnin Slier a young oun mar married marrlee marrie ¬
ried rlee man of this city clt who was the last lastparson ItLstp4l1son lastpiison
parson seen in hor company and who die disappeared dtsapPtaroo dieappeared ¬
appeared on the day following the thegirls theg1rrll thegirls
girls disappearance Although th the face faceof faceof faceof
of the dead girl rl was W badly battered 1 1the by bythe y ythe
the breakers expert ox rt surgeons who exam examih examIh examihoed
ih ihoed d the body this afternoon found a adeep adJ adesi
deep hole over her left eye which they theydeclare theydeclare theydeclare
declare was Ii made l efore > fore death deathLEAPS deathLEAPS deathLEAPS
LEAPS INTO OCEAN OCEANSeasickness OCEANSeasickness OCEANSeasickiess
Seasickness Drives Hungarian Mad Madon 1adon Madon
on First Voyage VoyageNew VoyageNew VoyageNew
New York Feb 11 11Alexander Alexander Sem Semzonkfl SemzGnko SeeszOnka
zonkfl a young Hungarian Immigrant Immigrantwho Imlsratwho Immnlgra4itwho
who shipped at Trieste aboard the liner linerMartha linerMarth linerMartha
Martha Washington became b ame Insane from fromseasickness froma fromseasickness
seasickness a ckne c on the stormy trip and was wasput wuput warnput
put in hispital hJ Befora dawn on Thurs Thursday Thursday Thornday ¬
day when the th ship hij was about 906 OS mites miteseast mlleleast mileseast
east of Sandy Hook Semzenko attacked attackedtho attaekedtIt
tho tIt hospital attendant and got out on ondeck endeck ondock
deck The attendant atea ant followed and caught caughthim caughthba caughtides
him There was a struggle nl 1e in which hleb the theattendant theIItteaclant theattendant
attendant wag overpowered The mad madman JllAclRUhI madman ¬
man ran to the rail and jumped into the thesoa theGeromollch thesee
see soaCapt
Capt Gerotnolich stopped the ship and andlowered andIowored andlowered
lowered a small boat used in emerges emergenctes emergeselse
else A lifeboat was put over and the thesearchlight theIeUthll thesearchlight
searchlight < ht Cored ore4 a hole through throu h the thegtoom Uteto thegloom
gloom to And Semzenko After Att r an hones honessearch botkssearch hoarssearch
search the steamer proceeded It was wasthought wasthought wasthought
thought the Hungarian had been killed killedby killedby killedby
by one of the propellers propellersGORE propellersGOREPHILOSOPHER propellersGORE
GORE GOREPHILOSOPHER GOREPHILOSOPHERIN PHILOSOPHER PHILOSOPHERIH
IH I1 BROOKLYN TALK TALKDeclares TALKDeclares TALK1eclares
Declares People of Nation NationNeglect NationNeglect NationNeglect
Neglect Social Dn ties
New York Feb F b 11 tJsenator Senator Thomas P PGore PGon PGore
Gore of Oklahoma delivered an address addresson
on The T Th social duty tonight t before bet a alarge alarge alarge
large audience fence in the New Montank The Theater Theater Thealoe ¬
ater Brooklyn BrooklynSou Brookl7UYou Brooklyniou
You people here ia the East Ea take a alot aJot alot
lot of unction to yew souls sou said Sena Senator Senator Soontor ¬
tor Gore In a very ert unchurchHke intro introduction latroduct1oa introduction ¬
duction that the three wise 1 men were wereof
of the But Bat out in Oklahoma our ourineptejake ourJttO ourpeeplujako
t
ineptejake JttO It a lot ef auction to their souls lOul8Uaat
Uaat 1111 o far no history Owe va vaWire us thiss thissware
were only those tit wise 1se me men hi the thepad test tests
pad s 114 d they UN demonstrated 01 thxte th thiexte4of of their theirwisdom tMtcwlona ttrwIidom
wisdom by moving Westward WestwardAfter WrcLuAUr WestwirdAfter
After that the Senator naOI came down to todlscueetag todlaellMiac todiscussing
discussing the tb duties duU that society im imposes ImOMS hopoem ¬
poses upon each of its I members membsrdutlen membsrdutlenwhich duties dutieswhich utIeiI utIeiIwhich
which which said 14 he h cannot be avoided any anymore anymore anymore
more than the daily grind of life lifeI JU lifei e eoor
oor i I dont have the highest regard d for forthe forhermit forth
the th hermit who fifes tt1 from lifes Ufe duties and andhnmares andhamar andImmures
Immures hamar himself in a cave lest be be betempted befeatJKed betempted
tempted by some me of lifes ut temptations temptationssaid MlQp teiuntlonasaid wUO II IIaId
said he I have Much more respect for forthe torthe forthe
the rugged plain sett 6rt of o fellow t 11ow who bat battles batH batties ¬
ties H with temptations pt tJoM overcoming ertOftalnc them themsometimes theMlOIItettallMi themiometi
sometimes iometi and sometimes being over overcome oyercome overcome ¬
come The social l duty is on D every 0Vet one oneWe Oftelite OneWe
We cannot substltute utJtuthe e penal for or orID the themoral themoral
moral cede nor statutes for the social socialduty sodalduty socialduty
duty I know of no court on earth earthwhereto earthwber earthwherein
whereto wber one may go to recover re n er sympathy sympathyAue QmpathTdue sympathydue
due him from another and no sheriff alleli < who whocan whocan
I
can collect charity doe ue one deserving d it itIf it itIf
i
If the brotherhood of man be a fact fact then thenevery thenevery thenevery
every ODe in need has a right to relief reliefeVft7 roUstevery l levery
every one in sorrow a right ht to o consola consolation coaaotation coneolatloii ¬
r rThe
tion tionThe tloiiThe
The Senator spoke of universal human bantaDIt humanIty humanity ¬
ity which made no distinction between betweenman betweenman v vman
man and man because b of o creed or color colorHe colorHe colorHe
He touched upon poUt politics ItIcrn just Ju t once during duringhis clqringhis dqringhis
his sermon and that was to illustrate illustratehis iUUltratehis illustratehis
his point in this connection connectionSpeaking COAoerttonSlkl connectionStenking
Speaking Slkl of universal humanity at atelection atelectto atelection
election time every Republican 1 lines up upat upt upat
at t the pol polls and recognises reeoga no good in a aDemocrat aDemocrat a aDemocrat
Democrat Every Democrat does the theame theS8J11e thesame
same thing tbto Thats not humanity Thats Thatsnot Thatsnot Thetsmiot
not even good sense But But nevertheless neverthelessRepublicans nevertheiMiRepubllcaaw5 neverthelessRepublicans
Republicans and Democrats do this out outside outside outside
side of Greater Gre ter New York too tooARCHBISHOP woARCHBISHOP tooARCHBISHOP
ARCHBISHOP IRELAND HERE HEREDi HEREnltllI RERElisImmgmmishmel
nltllI lisImmgmmishmel Di tiiKtiiNlitMl 1JIKhc1 Prelate Confers nfers with withthe > vlththe vitImthe
the ApoNtnlic Deloente
Archbishop Ireland of o St Paul Mine Minnthe flnnUe MinetIe
the defender of the Vatican in the now nowfamous no nofamous nowfamous
famous Fairbanks incident arrived in inthis InthIs Inthis
this city yesterday afternoon and regis registered re retercd registered ¬
tered at the Arlington ArlingtonHe ArlingtonHe ArlingtonHe
He is accompanied by Bishop OGor OGoriran OOorJran OGerman
iran of Sioux Falls S Dak and both bothof bothof bothof
of these th e churchmen paid Palel a visit to Arch Archbishop Archbishop ¬
bishop Faleonio the papal delegate Ie ate last histnight Instnight
night at which it Is understood under tood the Fair Fairbanks Fairbanks ¬
banks matter wasdHcussed wuct Archbishop ArchbishopIreland ArchbishopIreland
Ireland is or o i to Rome RomeP01 RomeP1t
P01 H tcL ILJ > 0 i HBROPHOBIA HBROPHOBIAK
K 1 m tn f i bj h c Xcnrly Xeurl Three ThreetI Threel4
3 a l4 1 1Feb
qtt 9 Feb r Jehn Weibks Weibksi
I t i cl < M tf t f 8311 j S ssing avenue avenue0ua avenueh avenuedt
h 0ua M ft of f trepoft r rbf 1 i Sarly srhy rl in DV DVcav le lec6
cav eo i wp H v t ce ceDyd cobyadog cobyadogIn by a dog dogin
in sttt st ft j fp ii > to homeFor homeForVr home hotuoForeirIet1 i For Fort
eirIet1 Vr 1 < ee > t i t v s ated > uted ate l with withtho withthel 1th 1thu
tho u thel 4 t nv I mt4ej tev it a 1 o wound woundt woundhea woundhea
hea J1t o c t eon eonv convflj
v vflj I I rAm rme t a < tu ftajt I tthe ttheqSt the theWost tkeost
Wost Wostfrom ost ttr > Iitb jO icy icy1iX1 f > P1thl P1thlXtT
+ i
XtT to TOAllAN at S SA1I
A1I AllAN N n i C t tUncldt1 k k3indrim4
Uncldt1 Mk t flItJt1t flItJt1trrOJ
from rrOJ 1 1 l ttViHO ttViHOllriicckr t > r rBrnecI t > rl rlSrulJclr
BrnecI SrulJclr T TCol s f 4Cal ft ftCol
Col Set1 S tItt > it itThey Ili M5 1 1IrolloHc ipropose
propose I J 1 i 1 r rJanfle If IfInl1tJC
Inl1tJC II fsrc f 1 h fJ fJTte <
They TheyOctoher Tte nI 1 nl < 51 f ru ruf tUOctoh
October Octoh I Itlieiioe ltheucetu 1ilienee f
tlieiioe theucetu to toliniti to1jul11 I I J JHuUI i
U ULoullllnnn
liniti CV CVLonlslnnn C CLoulMinhip
Lonlslnnn Lonlslnnncent LoulMinhip het I Icourse f f1 f1i i
tv5i tv5ismuts
course
I InaH
smuts naH of Pz la ft ftlnt 44i4 44i4Cent
cent lnt oltciTV oltciTVrents ft 5er r O r rrt r rrents
rents rt > nb In n lime < he
1
A
VATICAN INCIDENT INCIDENTA
A GENERAL THEME THEMEMethodist THEMEMethodist THEMEMethodist
Methodist Bishops Condemn Attitude of the thePope thePopeRev thePOpeRev
Pope PopeRev Rev Father Doyle Says Former FormerVice FormerVice FormerVice
Vice President Pr sident Was Cajoled CajoledADVENTIST CajoledADVENTIST CajoledADVENTIST
ADVENTIST FINDS FAULT WITH BOTH BOTHThe BOTHThe
I
The recent reccntincident incident at the Vatican in which former Ormei WEe VlCcPre Pre President PresidentFairbanks dent dcnt dcntFairbanks
Fairbanks figured conspicuously conspi uously furnished the theme for many aay ay feEiaons feEiaonsin lefmonsin mons monsin
in Washington V shington yesterday yesterdayTwo yesterdayTwo csterdayTwo
Two prelates of the Methodist iethodis Church Bishop Earl Cranston and andBishop andBishop andBishop
Bishop Hartzell discussed the subject in different pulpits and the theformer theformer theformer
former condemned the attitude of the Pope and defended the t conduct conductof co conductof duct ductof
of Mr Ir Fairbanks FairbanksAt
At the Apostolic Mission House Rev A P Doyle D D treated treatedthe treatedthc treatedthe
the topic in a lecture and criticised critici ed the former Vice President Presidattior for or being beingcajoled beingcajolcd beingcajoled
cajoled into giving his approbation to such lowgrade doing do as are arecarried arecarried arecarried
carried on under the cloak of the respectable iwupe nae of Methodism ism in inRome inRome inRoute
Rome
Rev AWV A yr Spooner pastor of o the Sixth Presbyteriafi Church Charch de defined dffined d dfilled ¬
fined the affair as an epoch in Protestantism and barkened rark l back to the thetime thetime thetime
time when Martin Luther began to climb the isacra sacra scaka at in the theEternal theEternal theEternal
Eternal City CityDiscussing Cit CitDiscussing CityDiscussing
Discussing the situation from the t e standpoint of the Seventh Day DayAdvcntist DayAdventist DayAdventist
Adventist Rev Willard Ti1Iard A Colcord not only scored the socalled in intolerance intolerance intolerance ¬
tolerance of the theRoman Roman Catholic Church but called attention auendc to a sim similar similar siniilar ¬
ilar tendency on the part of Protestant Churches in America America especially especiallynoting especiallynoting especiallynoting
noting die efforts of the Methodists to enact the Lords Day law lawVarious lawVarious
Various 7 arious other clergymen while not confining themselves to a chV chVsertation Ii Iisertation disertation <
sertation MIl n the unplcasantaass injected some remarks which were wereheard wereheard wereheard
heard by approval by their congregations
BISHOP CRANSTON GETS GETSAPPLAUSE GETSAPPLAUSE GETSAPPLAUSE
APPLAUSE FOR DEFENSE DEFENSEOF DEFLlSEOF DEFENSEOF
OF METHODIST CHURCH CHTJKCHBtahoe CHURCHDIabop CHURCHBishop
Bishop Cranston in his sermons at the theHamttne theHamitne theImmUne
ImmUne 34 E Church was frequently frequentlyapplauded freqUftltlyapplauded frequentlyapplauded
applauded in hill exposition of the Meth Methodist Methodist MethmUst ¬
odist side of the controversy He said saidin aldin saidin
i
in part partIt putHIt partlthss
HIt It lthss ha has been n the rule of nurXft uItf to avoid avoiddteptrtatkms a atIsMltttoM ansiddIeiwtaLIone
I
dteptrtatkms I would Id muck k rather walk walkwar walkaway i iwaJ
away war ftnosn xi a eawfrorersy lI8tbl than In t ron ronInto 1IItIlato rueInto
Into ene Tnterehureh Tntu1ekn rxels 8 te meat aeestun9averyoe meatnav17oe I
un9averyoe waveQoe aD Bt = there to a k limit to tothe totIN tothe
the wee I ef 1 enes e e love Jo e of peace peaceThere pN pNThere peceThere
There come times when hen the claims of oftruth oftruth oftruth
truth are ft paramount Thea Theaat manhood manhoodat te teat
at stake and lid to b be < sHent seet t te to crucify crucifyconscience cnadfYensdeace urucif I Iesscionee
conscience and confess cotaC enes s self If a acoward acoward i icowan
coward cowardAn cowanAB cowardAn
An American who served rvecl the country countryas ry ryas
as Its Vice V President ent who since his re retirement N Nttr retIreiflelit ¬
tirement ttr ent from public duty has beenehomm beenehommdistinguished Meawnlstl bOon shOwn shOwndistInguished
distinguished lstl t Md honors by emperors and andkings utdand andkings
kings and men eR of high hl dignity 1 t wo wocontinents weconti wocontinents
continents conti besides sWe his own arrives in inRome UtROIIM InReins
Rome Wishing out ef courtesy to his hisRoman blsRoman hisRoman
Roman Catholic felfowckiaoMs feliowdtl to pay a acall aeaU acall
call of respect re to the venerable heed of oftheir oftM oftheir
their tM church ehu h he flints no barrier An Anaudience Anaudience Anaudience
audience to readily re arranged arrangedBut arra arraOOBwt arrangedBut
OOBwt But It seems there were others in inRome inRome liiRooms
Rome anxious to do him honor 1MNtor notably notablythe ftOtaW ftOtaWhe notablythe
the he King Kln and 00 Queen of Italy and certain certainof certa certaof certainof
of the warmhearted nnhearted Italian people and andwithal anditha1 antiwithal
withal itha1 some of his own countrymen countrymenmaster A Amaster Amimastet
master of courtly courtesy he is at t home homeMI home1ft homekm
MI any ny social environment A loyal Amer American Amerlean Amerlean ¬
lean with ith American ideas and instincts instinctshe IMtluetshe bmtinetshe
he discerned no conflict on kt between bet Wfen these theseseveral theseseveral esevenll
several attentions Having spoken to toChristian toa toChrintn
Christian a associations universities and andmissionaries andmtuionuies andndsslonarles
missionaries of all n denominations with withthe wUbthe withthe
the broadest appreciation of the work of ofalt oCall ofall
all the churches the Roman included he heperceives hepereeheS heperceives
perceives no impropriety in addressing addressingeven acktre8 addressingeven Jln Jlnen
even en in Rome the little American body of ofbelievers orbelier ofbehevers
believers called Methodists MethodistsIlccclved Methodistshtccclveml
Ilccclved by h Iviiip IviiipOur 1IJl 1IJlOur KimigOur
Our Ambassador did not warn him himthat himthat hintthat
that it would be a disreputable dlsr utabl company companyfor companytel ny nytM
for him to mingle with The King re received re reId recelvod ¬
ceived Id him hh on Saturday without suspect suspecting suspectlag ¬
lag In himself of extraordinary condescen condescenxicn condeacenmilcn en enKlcn
xicn Possibly he told his distinguished distinguishedcaller dlstl distinguishedcaller l hed hedcallfr
caller of or having decorated the Amen American AmertlAn Amencan ¬
can Methodist Bishop Burt in recognition recognitionof
of his services serl s to Italy But But be all this thteas thlas thisas
as It may certain it seems to bo that be before before before ¬
fore the fateful fateful Sunday SUn t1y hour when Mr MrFairbanks 11rFairbanks MrFairbanks
Fairbanks was to appear among his own owncoreligionists onco owncorehiglonists
coreligionists co reUsionists he was plainly warned warnedwith waMlwith wrne1with
with much waste of polite phrase of ofcourse ofeours ofcourse i
course that he must cancel hlspromlae hlspromlaeto his prom promise promiseto e eto
to speak to his Methodist brethren bretbr n of his hisown hisown hisown
own country c or the Pope p pe must cancel cancelhie caacelhis cancelhis
his engagement etll gement with Mr Ir Fairbanks Be Beiny Be BeIng Befng
iny his hi own master as all tru true Ameri Americans A Americans ri ricsns ¬
cans are Mr Fairbanks promptly chose choseto choseto choseto
to suffer affliction with his own people peoplerather peoplerather peoplerather
rather than to enjoy the countenance of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Vatican for a little season Thus he hewon be1on hewon
won glory for his countrymen countr len and es escaped escaped escoped ¬
caped Infamy Infam for himself So much for forthe forthe forthe
the admitted facts Now for the iseue iseuepresented lseuepresonte Isenepresented
presented presentedIt
It Is greater than Mr 11 Fairbanks Fairbankslarger F Fairbankslarger rbonkg
larger than the Methodist Church The TheMethodist TheM8thodl TheMethodist
Methodist t Church can thrive t on this kind kindof klnelof kindof
of treatment and Mr Ir Fairbanks has the theopen theopen
open or secret admiration of his country countrymen countryamen ountrv ountrvmen ¬
I
men in larger measure today than ever everbefore c cbtfore everbefore
before But you must know that this thiscountry thlfccountrr thiscountry
country is now under the patronage of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the immaculate conception whatevor whateverthnt whatevort whatevortkftt
thnt tkftt t means meansIt meansIt meansIt
It I is any mans right as well w l as prlv prlvHqg prhnq pnivnq
Hqg nq to decline < l 1ine to toreeo1vc receive an unwelcome unwelcomestranger unwolcomeSlr unwelcome5traprbut
stranger Slr 5traprbut nsr but ut It Is an set of singular rude rudeness rudenew rudenoes
ness to toclosc close the th door In a mans face faeeiLer faeeiLerhadfugbk1en after afterbaMn cr crba
baMn ba hadfugbk1en n bkkfen n him to corns To Justify justl this thisact thisAC thisact
act AC better reasonna rin rasoure on re required than to tohaijre toIta tobae
haijre Ita e refused audienc aud1em Jt t first because becauseItr beiauSQltrimpUes becauseitrimpHes
Itr itrimpHes implies a reversal of
ltrimpUes attitude that su sucsls SUI SUIcsts augesis
¼ csls newly discovered untvdfthinoss untvdfthinossSo unt untrthinom untrthinomIa tUtlnou tUtlnouia
So Ia stranger stJangerImloJfNtI strangerApologist x xApologist
Apologist Tusk Difficult Difficultt
U t te this phase of the rnaitar m ttor j jri jrios > tl tlOS t
os the task of the Popes apolqg apolqgIjfllcHlt aPohQpijilicuit POIQ < <
IjfllcHlt and efrftiarrassing et 1JlrrnS5I 1 1afford Ojt 7ti
< t afford to pay well for a jgatisf jgatisff stlrn stlrnif ui uiUf
Uf if f tit Jt would not nOl410 do to irafi lth lthno tJi T Tna j
1t na because Mr Falrliejf FalrliejfM FaIrlxIMA s sM
M MA P > 3 IL L h JilR Ho iJQ wag Vn that tha t y Ye3tshpi J fjjfljt J 1 1years It I Ir
t r < years past It wouYflnr wouYflnrhim woulO 11 11hIm mmhim
him with having hln spok spokI
I on Pngc l nge 2 Colnn OIUD
DIRECTOR OF MISSIONS MISSIONSSAYS ESSIONSSAYS MISSIONSSAYS
SAYS ROOSEVELT GOULD OOTTLDNOT 001fzlJNOT GOULDNOT
NOT HAVE II VB BEEN GAJOIffiD GAJOIffiDDeclaring OATOIiEDfoclanntr GMOIIEJDeclaring
Declaring that Roosevelt Roo et lt would nev nevhare ne nehave nehave
have mad ma it the egregious blunder that thatFairbanks tlI tILFairbanks r rFalrbaaka
Fairbanks did Rev Dr A A P l Doyle DoyleI1 > oyte > ii iia jlI
I1 a lecture at the ApostoHo Apo tolt Missies K Hou Houyesterday Houyesterday HouI
I I yesterday criticised tlie tM p pMethodist IIIItbOdB methodsMethodist c cMthGd <
Methodist MthGd Missions at t Home HomeTh 1t0lllene RomeThe
Th ne rector Bald in part partCbnvertmAkinjc JUtCeMert portceevertmaklag
CbnvertmAkinjc CeMert hv tersely a vici1 vici1eC qmticnif esjicn esjicnef
ef jisjUMihv mpdi Converts CoDV are half hi 1 sjonor sjonorHke nol nol1ftr or ortl
tl Hke e mda and IICtadon Hedfef fl t TRfrJ TRfrJposition 11b 11bposition
position in the EDllIIIb EngUIhspedklag En itehspwikm wort wortthat wr1 wr1that r rtbat
that any one 0 may easy These T men ha harecoffntoed 11abIecI haieeognhied
recoffntoed bIecI the claims of o the truth n i ihave jhave Ihave
have left an n to follow to its Umin usiathey ai aithey U Utile
they tile died happy in its service serviceBribery aen1eeDrIller serviceBribery
Bribery DrIller null Deceit DoccltBut DuclltBut DeceitBut
But proselytias II in the strict 8trletJ 8trlettM i ithe mse o othe
the word wordthat that to I using bribery and de deceit dfI h hcelt ¬
J
celt to lure the weak and the tonocen tonocenaway innocenaway t tawa
I away awa from the path th of what Is right rihtpreemJneaUy rightproeminently s spreeminently
preeminently dishonorable and it itpasstns itpaMI itpassing
passing paMI strange that some public pnbiteare mt1 mt1are flirlare
are are not keen to see the dislerer dislererRoosevelt dUr dilorerRoosevelt r rROOtieelt
Roosevelt would never make the esie esiegious tsr esreglous
gious blunder that Fairbanks did H Hte Hjig kIis >
te keen to know and quick to discern l he hetffn letweon e etween
tween what hat to upright t in purpose purpO purposewhat a awhat ai ai1ba
what 1ba t is dishonorable in method and lie liecould I liecould t tcoald
could not have been cajoled into giving givingthe ghingthe in intJae
the approbation of his presence to IU1t IU1tIo eui euilowgrade u > i ilowgrade
lowgrade Io de doing as are carried on un under UIIder u n ndr ¬
der the ckak of the respectable re nam namof nlimof namof
of Methodism in Rome RomeMarvels RomeJtels RomeMarvels
Marvels nt Toleration TolerationThe TolerRtleHThe Toleratinerho
The rho marvel Is that the honoral honoralMethodist boDoral1ta boDoral1tal honoralieMethodist > < >
Methodist l hocIiat Church in the United StateS Statoshas Stat Statbaa StateShas
has tolerated it so long lo Individual min ministers mipl8ters ninIstere ¬
isters have hav roundly condemned it The TioRev TI TheRer t tRey
Rev Everett Stackpole a weDknown weDknownand oknO1land woflknownand
and highly hl ltJy respected Methodist ministe ministeof mJ ministeof iste isteor
of New England in his book book Four and anda antia anta
a Half Years in the Italian Missions Missionsthrows JIIJontbros Miasionmthrows
throws a flood of light on the tamer 11m life lifel hf lifeof e eof
l of this organization or nIt1oa in Rome Romei RomeMr5aekpole RomeMr
i MMr Mr5aekpole Mr Stackpole shows that men of do doi d dpraed dpraed
i praed lives and of vile habits largely largelyconstitute JargeJconatJtute largelyconstitute
constitute the personnel of the worker workerI workfrTiley workcrThey <
I They are a generally exprieses who hay havbeen haw hawbMn haybeen
been east out by the discipline dl iplifte of their theirchurch till thrchurch I r rchurehwh
church churehwh who are reeking < with moral slim slimNo slintlNo siiniNo
No respectable re man would associate with withsuch withsuch ah ahsueb
such and yet they are in the employ ot otthe l1 titthe t tthe
the socalled American rieaD Methodist Xet Asso Association Aasuelation tJ tJcttlon ¬
elation in Rome with instructions t tpreselyttoe tJrfselt1se tpreselytise
preselyttoe among the poor the weak weakland weakand weakand
land and the dependent and get names to toadd toad41 I e eatiti
add to their roll of membership Names Nameson Namf Nameson >
on the roll are necessary to get further furthercontribution turthfeontrlbutiOM furthercontnibuttond
contribution front wonderful old ladies Jac ladlesof f s sof
of both h th saxes saxesi sexesDishonesty exesmshone
i Dishonesty mshone ty deceit and bribery are aresome aresome aresons
some of the accusations Mr r Stackpole Stackpolemakes Stackpolemaks Utackpolemakes
makes against In t their methods and he con concludes COIeludes ooieludes ¬
eludes our churches hare are growing our ourmissionary ourmlMlOMry ourmissionary
missionary operations extending our ourbenefactions 01lrHmefacttoni ourhenefactions
benefactions swelling w and we congratu congratulate coa atulate cougratulate ¬
late ourselves ourwel upon our progress but we wehave Wthae wehave
have only onl to 0 continue making < the same samekind samtkind samekind
kind of progress P reII long enough and our ourdestruction ourdestmctloa ourdestruction
destruction Is sure surePose surelmie ure urePnc
Pose us Nonsectarian XonsacturlKilCan XonJiloeturIRnCM NonsectarianCan
Can any ny one tell why some erganlza erganlzatiss aalzati8ltS erganizatimes
times poo pose as nonsectarian when they ths art aregetting artISttlnl artgettIng
getting money but when flrmly estab established tstahllshed establlshed ¬
llshed they th lure the Catholic boy bo away awayfrom awa awafrom awayfrom
from his religion under the guise of o fake fakepromises fal falsepromises
promises Can any one tell why th thItalian the thlllAMn theItalian
Italian settlements ts te our large cities cltkFalthough citiesalthough
although aJtho b they tile denounce d the veneration venerationof
of the Virgin VI as idolatrous ttoUI stttf Will s set sptliP setup > t tup
up an n Image of the Virgin Yir and Child C 1d to todeceive toeeeivo todeceive
deceive the Italians ItaliansCan ItaUaDCan ItaliansCan
Can any one tell why in the country countrvtown eeantrytown countrytown
town the socalled 8O alled expriest to invited to totell totell totell
tell about the hideous prMtJce of Ro Romanism Homanisni ¬
manism when If poeple wanted honestly honestlyto bein hesiestlyto tly tlyto
to know the teachings qC t the theChurch CatholK CatholKChurch CatholjChuttk
Church they might ml bt call on cia the Catholi Cathoiipastor Catholiputor Catholipastor
pastor or orintetiew latervtew some of their intel intelligent InttlUsent Intelilgent ¬
ligent Catholic Ca feJiowcitisene fetlowclU Here is a aenksy aOme anlci
enksy Ome nlci SeW 0 r inresUgatiou ttpttoa and it will willg willg ill illr
r g before seme poiueone w eae turns th th3aSRKS tit titi thtLI <
i LI
1 tiJJ U3XSMADE 3aSRKS XS MADE BJSTOiRY BJSTOiRYM RI TORY TORYr
r M 1 u Spooner D D IX Tpaetor TpaetorS pastor pastorsbyteriaa pastorV
S V sbyteriaa Church gave gavem P PMr gateir1
Mr ir1 I m seme teat alfht ht a act atf atalki
tf talki j ct of M Ms TftirbKsto and andskabl andM andarka1tI and4iaI
4iaI M
I skabl arka1tI be said ho hoWhen how howhen howWhen
When hen Martin Luth Luthi
i Page 2 Column 3 h

xml | txt