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NO 1238 WASHINGTON D C FRIDAY FEBRUARY 25 1910 19l0TWELVE TWELVE PAGES TWO CENTS
GEN SENIGORDON GOR ON BIDS B1D5t BIDSSENATE
t SENATE EN lit Bel 1 1 T i la rinrnsri FSRE1LL Il f FAR R IIh EWEll EWEllMississippian EELL1ississijpian aIlai i L LMississippian
Mississippian Indulges in a aflearttoliearfc aHeal1ttoheart aHeaittoheart
flearttoliearfc Talk TalkSPEECH TalkL TalkSPEEOH TalkSPEEGH
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SPEECH MAKES BIG B1 + HIT HITf HITLove IUT4Love
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44 4Love Love One Another Gospel GospelPreached GospelPreached GospelPreached
Preached by Southerner SouthernerTelia South rner rnerlella
Telia Hovr How He Came to Washington WashingtonA
f4A A Peculiar Sort of GcniusVBorn GcniusVBorna
a Multimillionaire but Has Got Gotten Gotten Gotten ¬
ten Rid of Encumbrance EncumbranoeSounds EncumbranoeSoundspraLsell EnoumbranaeSoundPraLwn Sound SoundPraLscs
PraLscs of John D Rockefeller RockefellerPlain RockefellerPlain RockefellerPlain
Plain Old Confederate Soldier SoldierGen SoldierGen SoldierGen
Gen James Gordon the venerable venerableSenator venerableSenator venerableSenator
Senator from Mississippi arose from his hisseat hisseat hisseat
seat In the Senate yesterday an an1 deliv delivered del1vered dclivered ¬
ered a farewell address addressIt addressIt addressIt
It was hardly an address though It Itwas ItWas Itt
t was more like a 8 hearttoheart talk at ata ata ata
a small town gathering or prayer meet meeting meeting meetIng ¬
ing ingFor
For more than half an hour the aged agedMississippian agedMiSsIssIppian agedhltsslssipplnn
Mississippian held the attention of 0 the theSenate theSenate theSenate
Senate which seemed at first to be hesi hesitating hesitating besttating ¬
tating between surprise at the character characterof
of the speech and admiration for the theSenators theSenators theSenators
Senators unalloyed frankness franknessFinally tranknessFinally franknessFinally
Finally however the simplicity and andhomeliness andhomeliness andhomeliness
homeliness of the speech caught the dig dignified dl dlnltled dignilied ¬
nified Senators and they applauded not notonce notonce notonce
once but twice twiceSpeech twiceSpeech twiceSpeech
Speech aiakes Hit HitThis JUtThis liiiThIs
This violation of the rules of the Sen Senate Senute Senate ¬
ate brought no rebuke from the presid presiding presidIng presidIng ¬
ing officer officerOldtimers officerOldtimers officerOIdtimrs
Oldtimers In Washington say It is the thefirst thefirst thefirst
first time they have known the Senate Senateto Senateto Senateto
to Indulge itself Itsel In this way In many manyyears manyears manyyears
years yearsLove yearsLove ears earsLove
Love one another was the senti sentiment senUment sentimerit ¬
ment that Gen Gor9on chose Qh e to leave leavewith leaveWIth leavewith
with the Senate after fter his two brief briefmonths brielmonths brietmonths
months of service serviceHe sanleeHe serviceHe
He Included within the scope of his histext histext
4 text John D Rockefeller whom he pitied pitiedbecause pitiedbecaue pitiedbecause
because of the suffering that money had hadbrought hadbrought hadbrought
brought upon him and also Senator SenatorHeyburn SenatoHeyburn SenatorHeyburn
Heyburn of Idaho who recently pro protested protested protested ¬
tested on the floor of the Senate against againstthe againstthe igalnst igalnstthe
the loaning aning of government tents to Con Confederate Confeder Confederate ¬
federate feder te veterans and against the erec erection erection eroction ¬
tion of a statue of Robert E tee In InStatuary inStatuary inStatuary
Statuary Hall HallThe HallThe HallThe
The retiring Mississippi Senator SO lter had a akind akind akind
kind word for almost everybody who had hadcome hadcome hadcome
come In for criticism during his blsferm term of ofservice o osenlce oservice
service in Washington and the th whole was wasInterspersed wasInterspersed wasinterspersed
Interspersed with delightful anecdotes ane < tdotes of ofhis ofhis ofhis
his own personal experiences and aspira aspirations aspIrations aspirations ¬
tions
All 11 on Hand HandWhen HaudWhen HandWhen
When Senator Gordon began his speech speechthere speechthere speechthere
there was only a a sprinkling of Senators Senatorsin
in the chamber It wasnt long however howeverbefore howeverbefore howeverbefore
before the news of the speech reached reachedthe rtachedthe reachedthe
the corridors and the committee rooms roomsand roomsand roomsand
and it only needed a round of applause applauseto
to bring nearly every Senator who was wasIn wasIn wasin
In the building to his seat seatSenator seatSenator seatSenator
Senator Root sat only a few seats away awayfrom awaytrom awayfrom
from the Mississippian Mi slsslpplan and he Senator SenatorLodge SenatorLodge SenatorLodge
Lodge of Massachusetts Senator Hale of ofMaine orMaine ofMaine
Maine Senator Cullom of Illinois and a afew afew afew
few others oth rs upon whom the dignity of the theSenate theSenate theSenate
Senate rests heavily h flVlly paid little lttti attention attentionto
to the speaker at first firstSome firstSome firstSome
Some of them were studying law books booksbut booksbut booksbut
but finally they joined with the others in inpaying InpayIng inpaying
paying a a tribute to Gen Gordon Even EvenSenator EvenSenator EvenSenator
Senator Heyburn who looked displeased displeasedwhen displeasedhen displeasedwhen
when hen the Mississippian Ml slHlpplan began to talk on onConfederate onConte onConfederats
Confederate Conte < lerate affair affairL Joined In the line that thatshook thatshook thatshook
shook the Senators hand when he was wasthrough wasthrough wasthrough
through Senator Depew at the conclu conclusion conclusion concluSian ¬
sion of Gen Gordons speech arose and andsaid andsaid andsaid
said that It was the most unique speech speechever speechever speechever
ever delivered In the Senate and ex expressed expressed cxpressed ¬
pressed the regret of the Senate at part partIng partIng partIng
Ing with the general generalNo generalNo generalNo
No matter who his successor may be besaid besaid besaid
said Senator Depew he cant be Gen GenGordon GenGordon CanGordon
Gordon
How It Happened HappenedSenator HappenedSenator HappenedSenator
Senator Gordon told in the beginning beginninghow beginninghow beginninghow
how he came to be bea a United States Sena Senator Senator Senator ¬
tor He started out to go to the Senate Senatewhen Senatewhen Senatewhen
when he was five years old oldI oldI oldI
I will tell you a story said he hemay you youmay youmay
may tell your children and you old fel fellows fellows felloWs ¬
lows tell your grandchildren grandchildrenThe grandchildrenThe grandchildrenThe
The Senator went on to say that when whenhe whenhe whenlie
he was a little chap his mother gave him hima
a little pasteboard map It had squares squaresContinued squaresContlnued squaresContinued
Continued on Page 0 Column 3 3PERKINS 3PKRXIN 3PEBKINS
PERKINS REMAINS THE SAME SAMEPnMc SAMEPaslie SA2rEPaasea
PnMc Comfortable Night Though ThoughPhysicians ThoughPhysician ThoughPhysiciana
Physicians II Give 11 Uw p Hope HopeAt HopcAt HopeAt
At Garfleld Hospital last night it was wasreported wasreported wasreported
reported that the condition of Represent Representative Representative Representative ¬
ative Perkins of New York was un unchanged unchanged unchanged ¬
changed and h be is still In a critical con condition con1lti01 conditlon ¬
dition ditionHis 1lti01IDs ditlonHis
His physicians believe his death Is only onlythe onlythe onlythe
the matter of a a few days and members membersof members membersor
of the family are constant watchers at atthe atthe atthe
the bedside It was reported that he hespent hespent hespent
spent a comfortable night his pulse and andtemperature andtemperature andtemperature
temperature being about the same sameWANT sameWANT samewAFr
WANT JANE J iuTE ADAMS DANS EXHUMED EXHUMEDAttorney EXHUMEDAttorney EXB1TI1EDAttorney
Attorney for Seyler Brothers Ex Expects Expects Expoets ¬
pects to Prove Not Murder MurderAtlantic MurderAtlantic MurderAtlantic
Atlantic City N J Feb 24 2IEdmund 2IEdmundC Edmund EdmundC
C Gaskill counsel for William Seyler Seyleraccused Seyleraccused Seyleraccused
accused of the murder of Jane Adams Adamsand Adamsand Adamsand
and for Seylers Se lers brother OrvIs who Is Isheld Isheld
held as a witness will make an applica application application ¬
tion to the Supreme Court to have the thebody thebody
body of the girl disinterred and examined examinedby examinedby
by physicians with the view v ew to showing showingthat showingthat
that she was not dead as was the opinion opinionof
of a medical witness at the coroners coronersInquest coronersInquest
Inquest before she fell or was thrown thrownInto thrown2nto thrownInto
Into the th water from the pier pierGaskill pierGaskill
Gaskill says that In view of the evi evidence cvidenco ¬
dence at t the coroners Inquest he will willapply w1l1apply willapply
apply to the Supremo Court to have hav9oWll havosWIllim Wil William ¬
liam 1 m Seyler admitted to to ball on thej thejground the theground theground
ground that the evidence was Insufficient Insufficientfor insumcientfor
for or holding him oh a murder charge chargeFrnprnnt chargeFrngrant chargeFragrant
Fragrant Longlasting Flowers Flowersfit
fit BlackistoneX floral arbiters 14th H
I WEATHER FORECAST FORECASTKor FORECAST
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Kor the District Districtof of Columbia Columbiaand Columbiaand Columbiaand
and Maryland IVlaiyIandFair Fair today and andtomorrow andtomorrow andtomorrow
tomorrow rising temperaturetomorrow temperature temperaturetomorrow temperaturetomorrow
tomorrow moderate northerly northerlywinds northerlywinds northerlywinds
winds windsHERALD windsHERALD windsHERALD
HERALD NEWS SUMMARY SUMMARYPages SUMMARYPageR SUMMARYPages
Pages PageRIGordon Pages1Gordon
1 IGordon Gordon Bids Senate Farewell FarewellBusiness FarewellBusiness FarewellBusiness
Business Methods in Treasury TreasuryFight TreasuryFight TreasuryFight
Fight on Conners Ends EndsPhiladelphia EndsPhiladelphIa EndsPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Traction Strike Strlke2Go1C Strike2Golf
2 2Go1C Golf Club Shows Growth Growth3Fast Growth3Fast
3 3Fast Fast Freight to End War WarChamber WarChamber WarChamber
Chamber of Commerce Meets 1deets 1deetsKennel ltleet9Kennel MeetsKennel
Kennel Club Formed Formed4News Formed4News
4 4News News of Day In Congress Congress5Soclety Congress5Society
5 5Soclety Society and Personals Personals6Edltorial Personals6Edltorial Personaln6Editorial
6Edltorial 6Editorial7In i i7In
7 7In In World of Women Women8Sporting f ft
8 8Sporting 8Sporting9News Sporting 0 09News
9 9News News of Alexandria Aloxandrl8Theaters AlezandriaTheaters s sTheaters
Theaters Theaters10Dnlly Theaters10Daily
10 10Dnlly Dally Court Record RecordU1farkets RecordUMarkets
11 U1farkets U1farkets12Y UMarketsliY Markets
12 12Y Y w C A After Record RecordBOUNDING RecordROUNDING RecordROUNDING
ROUNDING UP TTNDESERABLES TTNDESERABLESAliens
Aliens Who VhQ Left Criminal Records RecordsBehind RecordBehind RecordiBehind
Behind to Be Deported DeportedCarbondale DeportedCarbondale DeportedCarbondale
Carbondale Pa Feb 24 4Inspectors Inspectors of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Department of Commerce and Labor Laborsent Laborsent Laborsent
sent to this section by bY Secretary Nagel Nageltoday Nageltoday Nageltoday
today commenced the work of arresting arrestingand arrestingand arrestingand
and deporting foreignborn criminals who whoduring whoduring whoduring
during the last three years have been con convicted conIcted convicted ¬
victed Icted and Imprisoned for crime In their theirnative theirnative theirnative
native land but In some manner gotinto gotintothis goClntothis gotintothis
this country countryToday countryToday countryToday
Today they arrested Calleano Guaaerlof GuaaerlofThroop GuaJerlotThroop GuaseriofThroop
Throop who has served time In Italy for forpetty rorpetty forpetty
petty offenses oenses and came to this country countrylast countr countrlast countrylast
last June He has been behaving himself himselfsince hlmseltsInce himselfsince
since he landed here but is classed EH an anundesirable anundesirable anundesirable
undesirable citizen and was deported deportedThe deportedThe deportedThe
The Inspectors inspect < rs are now searching for a anumber anumber anumber
number of others othersPASTOE othersPASTOR othersPASTOR
C
PASTOR CAPTURES DAUGHTER DAUGHTEBThrashes DAUGHTERThrashes DAUGHTERThrnshe5
Thrashes Man She Elopes With and midTakes andrakes andTakes
Takes Her Home HomeShenandoah HomeShenandoah HomeShenandoah
Shenandoah Pa Feb 24 24When When Miss MissReba MissReba MissReba
Reba Karholzen the twentyyearold twentyyearolddaughter twent twentyyearolddaughter earold earolddaughter
daughter of the Rev L P Karholzen Karholzenpastor Karholzenpastor Karholzenpastor
pastor of the Methodist Episcopal Church Churchat Churchfit Churchrt
at fit Gllberton eloped with Arthur Ber Berwick Berwick Berwick ¬
wick a mine worker three years ears her hersenior hersenior hersenior
senior last Friday evening and was as mar married married marned ¬
ried she banked on receiving the pa parental pn pnr parental ¬
rental r ntal benediction when the news of the thewedding thewedding thewedding
wedding leaked out outMonday lut ctutMonday < lutMonday
Monday evening evening during the absence of ofher oCher ofher
her parents parentS thfbrlde thbrldc transferred her herwardrobe herwardrobe herwardrobe
wardrobe andrpersonal 8i1d p rsonal belongings to the thehome thehome thehome
home of a neighbor rt Ighbor Her absence was wasnot wasnot wasnot
not noticed until midnight Suspecting Suspectingthat Suspectingthat Suspectingthat
that there was aS a man in the casfeahfi casfeahfifather h hfather hfather
father went to the homeof hom homoffr homoffrwick or Sit Sitwick t twick
wick where he found his hlsdaugh hlsdaughrefused daugnfeV daugnfeVrefused daugfi daugfirefusej
refused to leave her husband Enraged Enragedthe Enragedthe Enragedthe
the pastor struck his soninlaw sonInlaw and and an a alively alively a alively
lively tussle ensued which ended in a awarrant awarrant awarrant
warrant being issued for Berwicks ar arrest arr arre8t ¬
rest r re8t st The bride brld was forcibly forcibly taken to tothe tothe tothe
the home of Ijer ler father who dsolnrss dfJO he hewill hewtll liewllV
will take take8t takestep steps1 f to have the th marrle rrJI s an annulled annulled annulled ¬
nulled nulledWIRELESS 9 9mm
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WIRELESSCaNF WIRELESS OI1S OI1SFLIGlltOFMADRIZ RMS RMSFLIGH
mm FLIGH FLIGlltOFMADRIZ FLIGlltOFMADRIZEstracla 4 M OF MAM MAMgt
gt gtEstrada t tEstrada
Estrada at Tipitapa Draw Drawing Drawing Drawing ¬
ing Nearer to Power PowerBlueflelds PowerBluafields PowerBlueflelda
Blueflelds Nicaragua Feb 24 2 by wire wireless wireless ire ireless ¬
less to Colon ColonTelegraphlc Telegraphic communica communication communication < ammunlcatlon ¬
tion has been restored between this city cityand cityand cityand
and Lake Managua The report that thatPresident thatPresident thatPresident
President Madriz had fled from Managua Managuais
is confirmed He is ij I now reported to be beat beat beat
at Leon Gen Aurelio Estrada Is at atTipitapa atTIpltapa atTipitapa
Tipitapa with 4000 revolutionists Gen GenChamorro GenChamorro GenChamorro
Chamorro Is at San Francisco across acrossLake acrossLake acrossLake
Lake Managua where he is embarking embarkinghis
his troops Gen Mena Is at San Obal Obaldia Obaldia Obaldin
dia He Is also embarking his command commandThe commandThe commandThe
The government forces under Gen Vas Vasquez Vasquez Vasquez
quez are completely dispersed dispersedThere dlsper dIperedThere d dThere
There Is great jubilation here which whichis
is the home of the revolution All places placesof placesof placesof
of business were closed today In cele celebration celebration celebratlon ¬
bration of the news of the Estrada vic victories vlctone victories ¬
tories toriesThe toneThe toriesThe
The various consuls are using their theirbest theirbest theirbest
best endeavors to bring about a declara declaration declaration declaration ¬
tion of peace It Is believed that only onlythe onlythe onlythe
the firm hand han < of Provisional President PresidentEstrada PresidentEstrnda PresidentEstrada
Estrada can administer the affairs of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the country There Is absolute confidence confidenceamong confidenceamong confidenceamong
among his supporters in his Integrity Integrityand integrityand Integrityand
and It Is held by them that his ability abilityto
to control the situation in Eastern Nic Nicaragua Nicaragua Nicaragua ¬
aragua demands his Immediate recogni recognition recognition recogn recogntion ¬
tion as President It is claimed that he heonly heoniy heonly
only can conserve American interests interestsHEW interestsNEW InterestsNEW
NEW CABLE TO BE LAID LAIDIncreasing LAIDIncrealling LAIDIncreasing
Increasing Business Cause Plans for forTransAtlantic forTranAtlnnUc forTransAtlantic
TransAtlantic Improvement ImprovementNew ImprovementNew ImprovementNew
New York Feb 24 24George George G Ward Wardvice Wardice Wardvice
vice ice president and general manager of the theCommercial theCommercial theCommercial
Commercial Cable Company announces announcesthat announcesthat announcesthat
that In view of the public demand for in increased Increased increased ¬
creased cable facilities and greater speed speedof speedor speedof
of transmission tho Commercial Cable CableCompany CableCompany CableCompany
Company will proceed at once to lay an anadditional anaddItional anadditional
additional transAtlantic cable cableThis cableThis cableThis
This will be the sixth cable which the theCommercial theCommerclal theCommercial
Commercial Cable Company will own be between between between ¬
tween Europe and America and will willgreatly wHIgreatly willgreatly
greatly accelerate the transAtlantic cable cableservice cableservice cableservice
service serviceNEW serviceNEW serviceEw
NEW Ew ANGLE TO OHIO SIGHT SIGHTRepresentative FIGHTRepresentative TIGHTRepresentativ
Representative Sherwood Says Teddy TeddyWill TeddyVIII Teddyvill
Will VIII Take Hand HandToledo HAndToledo HandToledo
Toledo Feb 24 2lRepresentaUe Representative Isaac IsaacR IsaacR IsaacH
R Sherwood of this district writes writeshome WriteSlhome writeshome
home today that a new political deal Is Isbeing isbeing Isbeing
being formed for Ohio whereby Nicholas NicholasLongworth NicholasLongworth NicholasLongworth
Longworth Is to be nominated for gov governor governor governor ¬
ernor and Senator Foraker Is to be given givenan givenan givenan
an open chance for the Senate eliminat eliminating eliminating eliminatlag ¬
ing Dick and his primaries primariesSherwood primariesSheMJood primariesSherwood
Sherwood says that President Taft Is Isradically Isradically Isradically
radically opposed to the combination combinationfearing combfn combinationfearing Uon Uonfearing
fearing 1912 1912Sherwood 1912Sherwood 1912Sherwood
Sherwood writes The plan is to unite unitethe unitethe unitethe
the Roosevelt reformers and the Foraker Forakerforlornlsts Forakerforlornists Forakerforiornists
forlornlsts Into a formidable army In or order order order ¬
der to defeat Harmon HarmonTaft HarmonTaft HarmonTaft
Taft Accepts Dinner Invitation InvitationPassalc InVltntionPassaic InvitationPassaic
Passaic N J Feb 24 2tPresldent President Taft Taftwill Taftwill Taftwill
will be the guest of the Passaic Board of ofTrade ofTrade ofTrade
Trade at Its annual dinner to be held on onApril onAprll onApril
April 25 Gov Fort will also be present
BUSINESS MEW MEWII MET OD ODI
II I THE THETREASURY THETREASURYSeveilty Mil MilSeventy TRE 5URY 5URYSeventy
Seventy Employes of Phila Philadelphia Philadelphia PIiiladeiphia ¬
delphia Mint to Go GoIN GoIN GoIN
IN SPIRIT OF ECONOMY ECONOMYs ECONOMYfioom ECONOMYROOln ECONOMYRoom
s
Room Will Be Made for Them ThemWiliere rrl TlcmWhere em emVlbere
Where Possible in Service ServiceInvestigation ServiceI ServiceInTe ServiceInvestigations
I
Investigation InTe tlgntlol111 Show What Aldrich AldrlehCominlflfttoii AlllriohOom AldrichCo2nlnlsaIon
Cominlflfttoii Oom nllIlon Which Is to Weed eed Out OutObsolete OntObsolete OutObsolete
Obsolete Syjiicras of Doing Govern Government Government Government ¬
ment Work 3Iay Accomplish ACC01l1pllshPlan ACC01l1pllshPlanIs Plan PlanIs
Is to Take Care of Dismissed Dlrnufa cd or orLaid orLnld orLaid
Laid Oft 01 Workinirmen WorkinirmenIn WorJdnK 1en 1enIn
In line with the th work to be taken up on ona ana ona
a big scale throughout tho workings of ofthe ofth ofthe
the th government by b the business methodscommission methods matllodscommission methodscommission
commission which is to be established establishedby estabUshedb establishedby
by b the Aldrich bill another Investigation Investigationhas
has been made under the direction of ofAssistant otAssIstant ofAssistant
Assistant Secretary of the Treasury Nor Norton Norton Norton ¬
ton which will result In the laying off offor ortor offor
or transfer of about seventy employes employesmen emploeSmen employesmen
men and women of tho Philadelphia PhiladelphiaMint Phl1adelphiaMI PhiladelphiaMint
Mint MI t today or tomorrow tomorrowThe t tdmorrowThe < fmorrow fmorrowThe
The employes affected will be laid off offin ortIn offin
in a spirit of economy because their theirservices theirserYiCt18 theirservices
services at the Philadelphia Mint can be beprofitably beI beprofitably
profitably dispensed with for the present presentby presentby presentby
I
by the government but it Is pointed out outthat outthat outthat
that those employes are not to be per perfmanently permanentl permanently
fmanently manentl manently separated from the government governmentpay
pay roll and that the intention is to tomake tomake tomake
make room for them in other govern governmental governmental governmental ¬
mental work The same intention ap applies applies appiles ¬
plies to the reorganization of the Issue Issuedivision ltIsuedivision tacticdivision
division of tho Treasurers office where wherein
1177 171 employes are slated to go on July 1 1Preparation 1Prclmrntlou 1Preparation
Preparation for CoiiiinLiton CoiiiinLitonBeyond COIUullonBeyond CommtsionBeyond
Beyond confirming the news of the lay layoff 111 111ort layoff ¬
off at the Philadelphia Mint and declaring declaringthat doclarlngthat declaringthat
that the Investigation now going on In Inthe inthe inthe
the Treasury Department are in prepara preparation preparation preparalion ¬
tion for and similar to those to be made madeby madeb madeby
by b the business methods commission commissionAssistant commissionAssistant commissionAssistant
Assistant Secretary Norton would not dis discuss discuss diecuss ¬
cuss tho matter last night for publication publicationIt
It was stated by one of the Senators SenatorsInterested Senatorsrested
Interested 8 rested In the passage ojf J the AJdricK AJdricKjt Aldrici1jJIihat A1drlclithat
1jJIihat that It Is from rrolWAshstant > Agsjstri Agsjstrii Secretary SecretaryC Secretarycft
cft C the i Treasury Treasur > NOrton n that mai i iAldrich Senator SenatorAdrIch SenatorAldrich
Aldrich and ma m nf X other 1hbr Senators and andRepresentatives andRepresentatives andRepresentatives
Representatives interested In the coming comingwork comin cominwork comingwork
work of the Business Methods Commis Commission CommIsalon Commisdon ¬
sion don have obtained Information which hlob Is Isto 1st isto
to t lead t tthe the establishment of the t e corn cornsale commission cornmission
mission n fnthatithe move for a whole wbolaosalo wholesale
sale investigation of system and audit auditing aw1ltlni auditinr ¬
ing lni In governmental operation on the thepart thepart thepart
part of the Senators and Representatives RepresentativesInterested Rep Representativesinterested sentathes sentathesInterested
Interested Is the result of conferences conferencesbetween conforencesetween conferencesbetween
between etween themselves thems lv s and the Assistant AssistantSecretary A AssistantSecretary slstant slstantlSecretary
Secretary of the Treasury Ilreasu r and other Cab Cabinet CabInet Cabmet ¬
inet officers whose work has led thorn thunvto thornto thumto
to the belief that If theutJnited th Unlted States Statesgovernment Stat s sgoyernment sgovernment
government wore run under a business businesssystem businesssystem businesssystem
system many millions of dollars could be besaved 00saved b bsaved
saved annually annuallyWhile annuallyWhile annuallyWhile
While Mr Norton would not discuss discussfor discusstor discussfor
for publication last night the thti th Investiga Investigations fnestigations Invostigations ¬
tions being made In his department the thelaying thelayIng thelaying
laying off oct of employes consequent consequent there thereto thereto thereto ¬
to or the coming work of the Business BusinessMethods BusinessMethqds BusinessMethqds
Methods Methqds Commission it was learned that thatan thatan thatan
an effort will be made within a a week or orten orten orten
ten days to place the work of the com commission commission commission ¬
mission before government employee employesthroughout emploesthroughout employeethroughout
throughout the service In Its proper properlight properlight properlight
light which is the one made public in inThe inThe InThe
The Washington Herald yesterday In Inan Inan inan
an Interview with Senator Bourne In Inwhich Inwhich inwhich
which he said that the work of the thecommission thecommission thecommission
commission is not to be constructive constructiverather construcUverather constructiverather
rather than destructive criticism criticismTaking criticismTaJdnl criticismTaking
Taking Cam of Employes EmployesIt
It was definitely stated last night by bythose bythose bythose
those who have the work of the commis commission commission commission ¬
sion at heart that much of Its efforts will willbe wUlbe willbe
be directed toward taking care of the theI theemplo theemploycs
I employes emplo cs found to be unnecessary In Inthis Inthis inthis
this that or the other bureau This will willbe wIUbe willbe
be accomplished from recommendations recommendationsfrom
from the commission to department heads headsand headsand headsand
and bureau chiefs that the Civil Service ServiceCommission ServiceCommission ServiceCommission
Commission be not asked for employes employesin
in case of vacancies but that these thesevacancies theseacancies thesevacancies
vacancies be filled from the list of those thoseon thoseon thoseon
on the list laid off or eligible for fortransfer tortrans fortransfer
transfer trans er employes emplo es which will be auto automatically automatically automatically ¬
matically created as a a consequence consequence of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the investigations of the commission commissionUnder commissionUnder commissionS commissionSUnder
Under the workings of the commls com commisaba is ission j jsion
sion as a Cabinet officer expressed It Itlaat Itlast Itlast
last night there will be a slowingup slowlngupof
of putting names on the list of eligibles eliglblesof
of the Civil Service Commission and in inContinned inContinued inContinued
Continued on Page 3 Column 4 4THREE 4THREE 4TEREE
THREE PERISH IN FIRE FIREHotel FIREHotel FIREHotel
Hotel Burns nt Forney Tex with withDisastrous withDfllastr0111l withDisastrous
Disastrous Results ResultsDallas RcsnltaDallas ReenltgDallas
Dallas Feb 24 24Flre Fire today at Forney Forneytwenty Forneytwenty Forneytwenty
twenty miles m les east of Dallas cremated crematedthree crematedthree crematedthree
three white men Injured a dozen other otherguests otherguests otherguests
guests in a hotel and destroyed 7500 7500worth 7OOworth 7500worth
worth of property propertyCHARGES propertCHARGES piopertyCHARGES
j
CHARGES ATTEMPTED BRIBERY BRIBERYPublic 1UtIB BRiBRYPublic RY RYPublic
Public Statement of Indianapolis IndianapolisProsecutor IndfrmnpollsProllJecutor IndlanapoliaProsecutor
Prosecutor Causes Surprise SurpriseIndianapolis Surpr SurpriseIndianapolis e eIndJanapoHs
Indianapolis Feb SI 4In In a public state statement statement statemeat ¬
ment today State Prosecutor Hooten Hootencharges Hootencharges Hootencharges
charges that Archibald Young a well wellknown wellknown wellknown
known Republican politician and former formersurveyor formersuncor formersurveyor
surveyor of customs here tried to bribe bribehim bribehim bribehim
him to drop the Indictment against againstOliver againstOliver againstOliver
Oliver P Ensley former county treasurer treasurerwho treasurerwho treasurerwho
who is charged with retaining fees due duethe duethe duethe
the State StateAccording StateAccording StateAccording
According to Mr Hooten Mr Young Youngengaged Youngengaged Youngengaged
engaged him In conversation yesterday yesterdayafter yesterdayafter esterdayatter
after taking him into the he washroom of ofthe otthe ofthe
the criminal court where whfirc wh re nobody could couldhear couldhear couldhear
hear and Informed him that some of Mr MrEnsleya Mfr MtEnsleys
Ensleys friends at the Columbia Club Clubhad Clulihad Clubhad
had decided to employ a special attorney attorneyto attoril i ito
to Investigate InvesU lte the fees received by the theprosecutor theprosecutor theprosecutor
prosecutor from the police court In con connection connection connection ¬
nection with the suit brought by Attorney AttorneyGeneral Attorn AttornGeneral AttorneyGeneral
General Bingham against former Judge JudgeThomas JudgeThomas JudgeThomas
Thomas C Whallon for the recovery of offees offees offees
fees alleged to belong to the school fund fundAfter fundAtter fundAfter
After giving him this information Hooten Hootensays Hootensays Hootensays
says Mr Young added Of course what whathis whathis whathis
his Mr Ensleys friends want Is for foryou foryou foryou
you to nolle prose the Indictment against againstEnsley againstEnsley againstEnsley
Ensley
BOLT KILTS KIL S TWO TWOVictims TWOVictims TWOVictims
Victims Struck by 3ightning ghtning at the theBedside theBedside theBedside
Bedside of Dying Dyi Woman WomanJonesvllle WomanJonesvllle WomanJoneevilie
Jonesvllle La Feb 21 tMrf Sirs Clement ClementGray ClementGray ClementGray
Gray and Henry Crooks Cro ks were Instantly Instantlykilled instantlyldllod instantlykilled
killed and John Ogdeifl Ogde Ogdebadly badly Injured by bya bya bya
a a bolt of lightning at the he home of r Mrs MrsGray MrsGray MrsGray
Gray at French Fork n nQar < 3ar pr here yester yesterday yesterday yceterday ¬
day Mrs Gray was wasdyI dying dying 1g and Henry HenryCrooks HenryCrooks HenryCrooks
Crooks and John Ogden Ogdc had stepped to toher toher toher
her bedside bedsideJust bedsideJust bedsideJust
Just as they bent over ov her there was as a avivid avivid avivid
vivid flash of lightning which killed killedMrs kUledMrs kUiedMrs
Mrs Gray and Crooks Crooks and stunned stunnedOgden stunnedOgden stunnedOgden
Ogden so badly that ho Is In Inn a precarious precariouscondition precariouscondition precariouscondition
condition conditionSHERIFFS conditionSHERIFFS conditionSHERIFFS
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SHERIFFS DEFY MOB MOBDallas MOBDallas MOBDallas
Dallas Jail Is Surrounded Surro ded and Ne Negros N Negros e egros ¬
gros gros life Is Demanded DemandedDallas DemandedDallas DemandedDallas
Dallas Tex Feb 25 251 la 1 a m mA A mob of otro ofoo
100 ro oo > men has gathered at at the Dallas Coun County County County ¬
ty jail to try to lynch Allen Brook the thenegro thenegro thenegro
negro who yesterday afternoon criminally criminallyassaulted criminallyW5saulted criminallyassaulted
assaulted a little white girl girlThe girlThe girlThe
The mob have a thirtyfoot steel rail railand railand railand
and declare they wjll batter down the jail jaildoors jaildoors jaildoors
doors doorsA doorsA doorsA
A strong force of deputy sheriffs Is In Inside Insldo inside ¬
side the jail and Chief of Police Ryan Ryanhas Ryaqhas Ryanhas
has been called on for help He Is hurry hurrying hurrying hurrying ¬
ing with men to the Jail now nowDROGYICTIM1MGHT nowDRUG nowDRUG
DROGYICTIM1MGHT DROGYICTIM1MGHTMrs DRUG VICTIM YICTICAliGliP YICTICAliGliPMrs CAUGHT
Mrs H 0 Curtis Davis Ar Arrested Airested
rested in New York YorkHAD Y YorkHAD olk
HAD BEEN MISSING m G 17 DAYS DAYSWife DAYSVUe DAYSWife
Wife of Lunchroom Proprietor Is IsHeld IaHeld Isheld
Held by Police Authorities and andSent nudSent andSent
Sent to Dellevuc Hospital After AfterPhlalx AfterPhtab AfterPhials
Phials of Morphine nnd Cocaine CocaineAre OocalneAre CocaineAre
Are Taken Away from Her HerPursued lIerPursliOd liarPursod
Pursued by b phantom enemies haunted hauntedwith hauntedwith hauntedwith
with strange visions and fleeing f1 lng In Inimagination inImll inImagination
imagination Imll lnaUon from her husband Mrs Mr H IIO
0 Curtis Davis D 1H of thIs city olt took a ataxl ataxlcab taxi taxicab taxicab
cab ride In New York yesterday storday after afternoon aftornoon afternoon ¬
noon and ended the day as a patient In InBallevue InBellovue inBellevue
Bellevue Hospital HospitalPhysicians HospitalPhysicians HospitalPhysicians
Physicians will make an examination examinationinto examinationInto examinationinto
into her mental condition and mayhap mayhapshe mayhapshe mayhapshe
she will m be returned to a sanatorium sanatoriumwhere sanatoriumwhere sanatoriumwhere
where she first saw was waswooed wooed and won wonby wonby wonby
by her husband and whore she spent spentmonths spentmonths spentmonths
months as a patient patientIn patientIn t tIn
In Xew York City CityMrs CityIrs CityMrs
Mrs Irs Davis has been in New York since sinceMonday sinceMonday sinceMonday
Monday last stopping at the Hotel Lang LangTiam Langl1am LangWham
Wham load street and Broadway Her Hertaxicab Hertaxlcab Hertaxicab
taxicab side de yesterday y torday afternoon began In Infront Int infront
front t ont ofJ3 ot 1a1I all 1l stree str f ¼ ao ne Ading ding to toSanfoeT toSamu toSauFrn
SanfoeT Samu SauFrn r Gornneld nneld eid df 16 5jly JIQ PI street streetBrooklyn streetBrooklyn streetBrooklyn
Brooklyn the chauffeur wKo io no said Mrs MrsDavis Mr8Davis MrsDavis
Davis stopped him there thereDjjlve theree therelve
Djjlve lve e up Broadway Broad she sajd 1 iUto to toCom toComelJ Corn Cornfleldjl CornlledJ
fleldjl elJ I have been fllmflammed d and I Ivpintto Ito Intto
vpintto ntto to See the district attorney attorneyyiBQhJr atto attoriieymachine rneYr rneYrl
yiBQhJr l machine was turned Ihathe e dlree dlreejjyjtr dlreciW direecf
jjyjtr iW cf the Criminal Court Cotf Co ft Buildinghere Building Buildinggrhere Buildingliere
grhere here the woman alighted alightedWhen aUghtedWhen alightedWhen
When Cornfield grew tired of waiting waitinghe wnitlnghe waitinghe
he entered the buildhig bun ng arid found his hispassenger hispassenger hispassenger
passenger wandering about the corridors corridorsHe corridorsHe corridorsHe
He learned that the district attorney att att2rnoy rnoy and andhis andhis andhis
his assistants had left for the day Then Thentake Thentake Thentake
take me to police headquarters said saidMrs saidMrs saidMrs
Mrs Davis DavisLieut DavisLleut DavisLieut
Lieut Deevey had quite a talk with withthe withthe withthe
the woman She said she wanted wantedtection pro protection Ir Irtection ¬
tection from the people who were haunt haunting haining
ing In her She declared her husbandjwlsri husbandjwlsried husban husbandwthli husbandwthliad fsh fshed < 0
ed to put her away and told of strange strangefancies strange strangetancIes strangefancies
fancies which led the lieutenant to ask askfor asktor askfor
for several articles in her possession possessionShe possessionShe possessionShe
She gave him a hypodermic syringe syringetwo srh syringetwo g gtwo
two small phials of morphine a bottle bottleof bottIeot bottleof
of the same In tablets and two bottles bottlescontaining bottlescontaining bottlescontaining
containing liquid cocaine cocaineSent cocaineSent cocaineSent
Sent for Ambulance AmbulanceThose AmbulanceThose mbulanceThose
Those people are coming said Mrs MrsDavla MrsDavis MrsDa1sj
Davis Da1sj and Lieut Deevey sent for an anambulance anambulance anambulance
ambulance She was removed to Belle Bellevue BeJJevue Bellevue
vue accompanied by a policeman and a amatron amatron amatron
matron Physicians Ph sclans say she talked talkedvaguely talkedvaguely talkedvaguely
vaguely of being blackmailed blackmailedWord blackmailedWord blackmailedWord
Word was sent to the police of Wash Washington WushIngton Washtngton ¬
ington who have been searching for Mrs MrsDavis Mr8Davis MrsDavis
Davis for several weeks Her husband husbandwho husbandwho husbandwho
who Is proprietor of a lunch room in inThirteenth inThirteenth
Thirteenth street had bean unable to In Induce induce ¬
duce her to accompany him home from fromNew fromNew fromNew
New York on Wednesday WednesdayMrs WednesdayMrs WednesdayMrs
Mrs Louise B Forsythe mother of ofMrs otMrs ofMrs
Mrs Davis was located at the Hoffman Hoffmanapartments HotImanapartments Hoffmanapartments
apartments 1332 Belmont street north northwest northwest ¬
west Davis and his wife resided at the theapartments theapartmente
apartments until her disappearance on onFebruary onFebruary
February 6 last lastAccording 3 3According
According to Mrs Forsythe her daugh daughter daughter daughtar ¬
ter was formerly the wife of Severn De Devine Dovine
vine of Brooklyn N Y who now has hasthe hasthe hasthe
the care of their fifteenyearold fitteenyearold daugh paughDavis daughter iaughter ¬
ter Davis met his wife for the first firsttime firsttime firsttime
time It Is said sai in Dr Barnes sanator sanatorium sanatorIum sanatorium ¬
ium near Stamford Conn where both bothwere bothwere bothwere
were patients They were married on onThanksgiving onThanksgiving onThanksgiving
Thanksgiving Day 1903 Shortly after the thecouple thecoup1e thecouple
couple came to Washington Ya hlngton to live liveContracted lIveContrnctedtho liveContracted
Contracted Contrnctedtho tile Habit HabitDavis IIabftDa1s HabitDavis
Davis says his wife contracted the drug drughabit drughabit drughabit
habit when she met a woman who resides residesIn residesIn residesin
In the northwest The woman obtains obtainsthe obtainsthe obtainsthe
the drug from a Wellknown sanatorium sanatoriumIn
In New York City and she has always alwayssupplied alwayssupplied alwayssupplied
supplied my wife with It it I tried to break breakup breakup breakup
up their friendship and made every ef effort effort effort ¬
fort to persuade my wife to forsake the thehabit thehabit thehabit
habit but I failed failedWhen failedWhen tailedWhen
When Mrs Davis disappeared from fromWashington tromVashlngton fromWashington
Washington her husband appealed to the thepolice thepolice thepolice
police She was traced to Baltimore Baltimorewhere Baltimorewhere Baltimorewhere
where it is said she stopped at the Ho Hotel Hotel Hotel ¬
tel Rennert When Davis made Inquiries Inquiriesat
at the hostelry to learn where her bag baggage baggage baggage ¬
gage had been sent he was Informed he hesays hesays hesays
says that she left th the hotel without withoutpaying withoutnaYing withoutpaying
paying her bill Davis says he settled settledthe s settledthe ttled ttledthe
the account accountThe accountThe accountThe
The restaurant proprietor then traced tracedhis tracedhis tracedhis
his wife to New York City CityMrs Citytrs CityMrs
Mrs trs Davis was formerly Miss Callie GallicForsythe CallieForsythe CallieForsythe
Forsythe When taken Into custody In InNew InNew InNew
New York City she gave her age as asthirtytwo asthirtytwo
thirtytwo years yearsBig yearsDIg yearsBig
Big Libel Sulis Sn Sut ri Dropped DroppedNew DroppelNew DroppedNew
New York Feb 24 24William 4 William Jeromes Jeromestwo Jeromestwo Jeromestwo
two suits for 100000 10ocoo xeach each for libel libelbrought libelbrought libelbrought
brought against the Hearst newspapers newspaperswere newspaperswere newspaperswere
were were discontinued dl ontinued today tod today125Baltimore y y12snnltlmoTe I
125 12snnltlmoTe Baltimore and Return ReturnBaltimore ReturnnItlmore ReturnBaltimore
Baltimore Ohio R R REvery REvery HEvery
Every Saturday and Sunday All trains
both ways both days except Royal Lim Limited Llmffed Liznited ¬
ited City offices 1417 G st and 619 Penna Pennaave Pennaave
ave
flG HGHTON T ON CONNR CONNRENDS CONNERSENDS
ENDS IN COMr COMPACT COMPACTPermitted CT CTPern1itted
Permitted to Stay if Hell HellKeep HellKeel lie lieKeep
Keep > the Peace PeaceF1NGY PeaceFINtY PeaceFiNGY
F1NGY MAKES IL ARES APOLOGY APOLOyStruggle APOLOGYStruggle APOLOIYStruggle
Struggle for or State Control Un Unexpectedly Unxpectedly Unexpectcdly ¬
expectedly Dropped DroppedLeader DrOIIcdLenlIer DroppedLenders
Leader Take Lessons from Party PartyDefeats PanTDefeats PartyDefeats
Defeats in the Pad and a d Decide to toDrop toDrop toDrop
Drop Differences for the t tI Good of ofthe oftile ofthe
the Cause CaulleChalrman Chairman of Committee Committeeto
to Retain His lU Place Until His HisTime HisrIme Hisrime
rIme Expires Ex > > lres on April 17 17Albany 11Albany 17Albany
t
Albany N Y Feb 34The strife be between between between ¬
tween Chairman William J Conners of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Democratic State committee and his hisfriends histrlends hisfriends
friends on one side and Charles F Mur Murphy Murphy Idurphy
phy leader of Tammany Hall and his hisfriends histriends hisfriends
friends on the other ended In a com compromise compromIse cornpromise ¬
promise today Murphy had the vot votes votesto votisto s sto
to turn out Conners as State chairman chairmanbut ohalrmanbut chairmanbut
but Conners Is to hold h ld his place until untilApril untilApril untilApril
April 17 and meantime he Is to be good goodand goodand goodand
and not say BY things calculated to shiver shiverpolitical shiverpolitical shiverpolitical
political mentalities and shatter Demo Democratic Democratic Democratic ¬
cratic political spinal columns Conners Connerspublicly ConnerspUblicly Connerspublicly
publicly apologized for his recent utter utterances utteranees utterslices ¬
slices ancesMurphy aneesMurphy slicesMurphy
Murphy was prevented from using his hispower hispower hispower
power to oust Cowers at this time by bythe bythe bythe
the advice of conservative Democrats Domo r ts who whohave whohay whohave
have hay recently pointed out that save for forthe torthe forthe
the incompetent leadership In 1S9S 1902 1902and 1ro2and 1902and
and 1SQS Democratic governors and entire entireDemocratic enUreDemocratic entireDemocratic
Democratic State tickets could have been beenelected beenol beenoldeted
elected electedThe ol oldetedThe atod atodThe
The Democratic leaders were greatly greatlydisappointed greatlydisappointed greatlydlsappointed
disappointed because Conners was not notcent notsent notsent
sent adrift today todayPencenmljer toda todaPenceJUn1 todayPeacemakers
Peacemakers PenceJUn1 er Diligent DiligentEarly DiligentEarly DiligentEarly
Early this morning there was a re resumption resumption ¬
sumption of the efforts begun last night nightto nightto nightto
to bring about a compromise between the theopposing theopposing theopposing
opposing forces Democrats who for four fouryears tourears fouryears
years ears have been oppoood to t Conners as asState asState asState
State chairman have advised Murphy Murphythat Murph Murphthat Murphythat
that to turn Conners out at this time timewould timewould timewould
would be a revolutionary proceeding and andestablish andestablish andestablish
establish a troublesome tr ublesome precedent These TheseDemocrats TheseDemocrats i
Democrats Democratsturge turge urge that Connars at best beatcould bestcould 1 1could
could serve only until April 17 two y years yearsfrom ars arsfrom arsfrom
from t toe e date of sthj iiQa44 Jaja gje Hall con cpnventkm conventlon canvention
ventkm of IMS or afhe The ffi worst orst Gon Gonners Gonnors Conacre
acre could not hold his place piaeebeyond beyond the theassembling theassembl theassamblldg
assembl assembling g of the next State convention conventionIn
In the fall when a new State committee committeeIs committeeis
Is to be elected Between now and April
17 these thes Democratic advisers went on onConners onConners onConnors
Conners could not possibly harm the theparty thepartY thepart
party part and It was their opinion that he heshoajd heshorod heshoiJd
shoajd be b retained fo41ined until yntUthat that date This Thiswould Thiswould Thiswould
would preVvUontinued pr prtib n OIJUntJed friction and pos possibly possibly peesibly ¬
sibly the laipbltion hThItion Thltlon of f Democratic soiled soljedlinen soiledlInen soiledlinen
linen linenMurphy lInenMurphy linenMurphy
Murphy did not appear Indisposed to tolisten toUs tolisten
listen Us ton to the April 17 idea but he was un unalterably una1t nflaltoxably ¬
alterably a1t rablyopposed opposed to any ny thought of ofCdmrs otQt ofelding
Qt Cdmrs rsnolding holding on until the next State Stateoia Statet Statecfintion
oia t cfintion cfintionEach TBntlon TBntlonEach ntlonEnch
Each Refuses to Meet Other OtherEfforts OtIlerEfforts OtherEfforts
Efforts were then made to bring Con Conners Conntrs Conners ¬
ners and Murphy together at the Hotel HotelTen HotelTen HotelTen
Ten TSyok E EO1C ak where they both put up Con Conners Conners Conners ¬
ners at first said he wouldnt go near nearMurphy nearMurph nearMurphy
Murphy He was pretty sassy Mur Murphy Murphy Murphy ¬
phy was equally Indifferent to talking talkingwith talkingwith talkingwith
with Conners Finally though a truce trucewas trucewas trucewas
was patched up and Conners flanked by byWilliam byWiIllam byWilliam
William H Fitzpatrick Democratic Democraticcounty Democraticcounty DemocraticcountY
county chairman of Brie and Murphy Murphywith MurphyIth Murphywith
with Ith Daniel F Cohalan M a his chief of ofstaff otsta1T ofstafi
staff met and went over the terms of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the truce truceAt truceAt truceAt
At first they went at the business In Inan Inan inan
an ugly mood They began b n the confer conference conferAnce conferAnce ¬
Ance shortly before 12 1 oclock the hour hourset hourset houret
set set et for the assembling of the State com committee committee cornmittee ¬
mittee So prolonged was the discussion discussionbetween discussionbetween discussionbetween
between these four men that the com committee committee cornmittee ¬
mittee didnt get together until shortly shortlybefore shortlybotore shortlybefore
before 3 oclock this afternoon Murphy Murphyfrankly Murphyfrank Murphyfrankly
frankly frank I told Conners that he had been a amischief amischIef amischief
mischief maker and Conners retorted that thathe thathe thathe
he knew how to deal with a man like likeMurphy likeMurphy likeMurphy
Murphy Conners said he did not believe believeIn believeIn believejn
jn In the old maxim Everything Bve1thln for con conciliation conciliation conciliation ¬
ciliation and when that falls smash smashHe smashHe smashHo
He believed in the smash business first firstAs firstAs firstAs
As a result of three hours conference conferencecame conferencecame conferencecame
came the offensive off nsle and defensive alliance alliancecompromise a11lancecompromIse alliancecompromise
compromise and truce by which which Conners Connersis
is to retire as State chairman on April
17 Is not to make any further vitriolic vitriolicutterances vitriolicutterances 1trIolicutterances
utterances and nd Murphy in return would wouldnot wouldnot wouldnot
not humiliate him by b3 tumbling him out outas outas outas
as State chairman at this time timeJAMES UmeJAMES timeYA1ES
JAMES It KEENE ILL ILLFails ILLFalls ILLFalls
Falls to Answer Federal Court Sub Subpoena Subpoena Subpoena ¬
poena in Flake Case CaseNew CaBeNew CaseNew
New York Feb 24 24James James R Keene Keenestock Keenestock Keenestock
stock manipulator Is facing another end endless endless endless ¬
less chain of examinations as the result resultof resultot resultof
of a subpoena served on him quietly quietlylast quietlylast quietlylast
last Monday Monda afternoon arteI oon when he was wasleaving wasleaving wasleaving
leaving the Federal Court after his exam examination examInation examinatio ¬
ination inatio In the bankruptcy hearing of J JM Jr JM
M r Fiske Co CoThe CoThe CoTh
The Th subpoena ordered Mr Keeno to toappear toappear tq tqappear
appear before United United States Commls Commlssion CommJsi Cornmisj Cornmisjsioner 1 1sioner
sion sioner r Alexander to give testimony testimonythe < in inthe 1nthe
the banktuptcy hearing Instituted by byHenry byHenry byHenry
Henry D Hotchklss HotchklssMr HotchkissMr l lMr
Mr Keenes lawyers offered al gcitors gcitorscertificate > ptors ptorscertificate tors torscertificate
certificate In Jevidence evidence that he h TOS pre prevented prevented provented ¬
vented from appearing by illness illnessBAD miiess miiessBAD IllnessBAD
BAD JACK BARRY SHOT SHOTOld SHOTOld SEOTOld
Old St Louis Political Feud Comes Comesto Come Cometo Comesto
to Bloody End EndSt EndSt Endt
St t Louis Mo Feb 24John Bad BadJack BadJack Badack
Jack Jack ack Barry was shot probably fa fatally fatally fatally ¬
tally this afternoon In Justice Reich Reichmans Reichmans Reichmans
mans courtroom by Henry L I Dledrich Dledrichson DlcdrichBon DiedrichEon
Bon son the court clerk Diedrlchson claims claimsBarry claimsBarry claimsBarry
Barry had a long knife open In his hand handand handnnd handand
and had started toward him saying sayingNow sayingNow sayingNow
Now Im going to kill you ou as I ought oughtto oughtto oughtto
to have done a d dd d long while ago agoThe agoThe agoThe
The shooting Is generally general said to be the theoutgrowth theoutgrowt theoutgrowth
outgrowth of an old political feud Th Thmen Thfmen ThA ThAmen
men were w re friends and political allies until untilBarry untilBarry untilBarry
Barry deserted the Republicans and andjoined andJ andjOined
joined J ined the Democrats
THUGS FLEE IN TAXI TAXIStab TAXIStab TAXIStab
Stab Jake Greenthal in Crowd in inTough inTough inTough
Tough Section of New York YorkNew YorkNew YorkNew
New York Feb 24 2tJacob Jacob Greenthal Greenthalwas Greenthalwas Greenthawas
was slabbed this afternoon In front of ofBunt orBunt ofBunt
Bunt Gilraartlns saloon at Eleventh ave avenue avenuo ayefltio ¬
nue and Thirtyseventh streot by five fivemen fivemen fivemen
men who came and went In a a taxicab taxicabThe taxicabThe taxicabThe
The deed was committed In broad day daylight daylight daylight ¬
light with four or five passersby look lookIng lookIng looklng
Ing on but the five men got away awayGreenthal awayGr awayGreenthai
Greenthal Gr enthal is at the French Hospital Hospitalwith HospItalwith Hospitalwith
with the barest chance of recovering recoveringThe recoveringThe recoveringThe
The Sisters who looked over his clothes clothesfound clothesround clothesfound
found 852 S In one of his pockets p ckets His Hissister His5lster Hissister
sister with whom he has been living livingsaid HvingsaId livingsaid
said that Jake was a union worker out outof outof outof
of work lately and she did not under understand understand understand ¬
stand why anybody should shoul want to kill killhim killhim killhim
him himThe
The police held John Reilly Chippy Chippythe Chippythe Chippythe
the bartender as a material witness witnessThey witnessThey witnessThey
They think they know who at least one oneof oneof oneof
of the five stabbers Is IsBIPLANE IsBIPLANE IsBIPLANE
BIPLANE BREAKS OWN RECORD RECORDAviator RECORDA RECORDAviator
Aviator A Jator Hamilton Slakes IBltea Unusual UnusualFliffht UuullunlFlhtht UnusualFlight
Flight at Mexican Border BorderEl BorderEI BorderEl
El Paso Tex Feb 24 24Charles Charles K KHamilton KHamilton KHamilton
Hamilton aviator today broke his own ownrecord ownrecord ownrecord
record for a n mile He made the mile In la11L
111 He showed wonderful control of ofhis orhis ofhis
his biplane and darted down about the thegrandstand thegrandstand thegrandstand
grandstand soared over to Mexico and andcircled andcircled andcircled
circled the park He made two flights flightstoday fiightstoday flightstoday
today Invading Mexico on each of them themand themand themand
and remaining In the air fifteen minutes minutesat minutesat minutesat
at one time and eight minutes at an another another another ¬
other otherHe otherHe otherHe
He also cut off his engine in the air at ata ata ata
a height of 500 feet and descended with without w1thout without ¬
out any an power powerROAD powerROAD powerROAD
ROAD AGREES TO ARBITRATION ARBITRATIONPrenldent ARBITRATIONPrellit1ent ARBIThATIONPresident
President of D O Willing to Set Settle SettIe Settie ¬
tIe Wage Dispute DisputeBaltimore Df DisputeBaltimore pute puteBaltimore
Baltimore Feb 21 2JPresldent President Willard Willardof
of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Com Company Company Cornpany ¬
pany has expressed a willingness to sub submit submit submit ¬
mit the question of wage scales with the thetrainmen thetrainmen thetrainmen
trainmen and conductors to arbitration arbitrationPresident arbitrationPresident arbitrationPresident
President A B Garretson of the Broth Brotherhood Brotherhood Brotherhood ¬
erhood of Railway Trainmen refused to today today today ¬
day to make any comment on the at attitude attitude attitude ¬
titude assumed by the chief executive executiveof
of the railroad company companySHOT companySHOT companySHOT
SHOT BY HURRICANE BRANCH BRANCHVictim BRANCHVictim BRANCHJctlm
Victim Jctlm of Virginia Man Ian Hunter In InDying InDying InDying
Dying Condition ConditionSuffolk COIdltlonSutrolk ConditionSuffolk
Suffolk Va Feb 24 24Hurrlcane Hurricane Branch Branchwho Branchwho Branciwho
who has gained a reputation in this eec eectlon fed fedI seetion
tlon of the country countl because of his many manypursuits manypursuits manypursuits
I pursuits of criminals with bloodhounds bloodhoundstoday bloodhoundstoday bloodhoundstoday
today shot hot and probably mortally mortallywounded mortallyr mortallywounded
r wounded John A Carpenter near Mag Magnolia Mugnolia Magnolin ¬
nolia Nansemond County The detective detectivewas detectivewps detectiveWS
was wps attempting to arrest Carpenter and andshot andshot andshot
shot him in the back with a load of ofbuckshot orbuckshot ofbuckshot
buckshot buckshotBranch buckshotDl1lnch buckshotBranch
Branch sought Sheriff Baker and told toldof toldof toldof
of the shooting shooting He explained the cir circumstances circumstances aircumsiances ¬
cumstances under which the shooting oc occurred OCcurr ccc4irred ¬
curred curr and suggested suggest d that the anteraor anteraortem antemortem antemartern
tem 8tate statement 11tn of ofth the th wounded wouJ1d man man might mightbe mightbe mightbe
be taken ll lheriff sheriff sherlttsenrtord sent BrordT to Cor Coroner Coroner Caroner ¬
oner Robert P Retlow to see Carpenter Carpenterand Carpenterand Carpenterand
and get his statement statementASK statementHUSBAND statementIIUSBAD
HUSBAND SEEKERS SEEKERSASK SEEKERSASK
ASK UNCLE JOE JOESpeakers JOESpeakers JOESpeakers
Speakers Mail Deluged Delu ed with withMatrimonial withMatrimol1ialLetters withMatrimonial
Matrimonial Matrimol1ialLetters Matrimol1ialLettersEer Letters LettersEver
Ever since Busbey Speaker Cannons Cannonssecretary CannonsS Cannonssecretary
secretary S Cretary gave out for publication a aletter aI aletter
I letter the Speaker received from a a young youngwoman youngwoman youngwoman
woman In the Middle West who wanted wantedsomething wantedomethln wantedsomething
something omethln done to N provide husbands for forworthy forworth forworthy
worthy worth girls like herself Mr Cannons Cannonsdaily Cannonsdaily Cannonsdaily
daily mail has been cluttered with com communlcations communications cornmunications
munications on the subject of matrimony matrimonyUncle matrImonyUncle matrimonyUncle
Uncle Joes mail yesterday contained containeda
a number of interesting communications communicationsone
one from a young woman In Detroit who whowants whowants whowants
wants to meet the farmer who wrote wroteto wroteto wroteto
to the Speaker the other day saying sa Ing he hehad hehad hehad
had 120 10 acres of land and needed some somebody somebody ¬ I Ioody
body to cheer ch or him up The letter says saysDear Ba saysDear S SDear
Dear Mr Cannon I read about the thefarmer thefarmer thefarmer
farmer living In Stewardsvllle Stewar < sville III who whohas whohas ivhzohas
has a 120acre farm I am a pretty girl girlof girlof 1r1 1r1ot
of eighteen years ears I always Intended to tolive tolive tolive
live on a farm So I will close Hoping Hopingto
j to hear from from you ou I am yours ours respect respectfully respecttuJl respectfully ¬
fully tuJl fullyAnother M MAnother lfAnother
Another letter is also from a Cincin Cincinnati Cincinnati Cincinnati ¬
nati woman womanBlames womanDlamell womanUlniiies
Blames It on Women WomenDear WomenDchr VomenDebr
Dear Uncle Joe says this missive missiveWhy missiveWhy nlsslveWhy
Why dont the young oung Indies or old oldones oldones oldones
ones for that matter accept a worthy worthyman worth worthman worthyman
man when he proposes marriage No Nowe Nowe Nowe
we throw him down through vanity or orfoolishness orfoolishness orfoolishness
foolishness as though a man had no nofeelings nofeollngs nofeelings
feelings or heart I say in all sincerity sinceritythat sinceritythat sinceritythat
that most of the girls are to blame If Ifthey Itthey ifthey
they have not husbands It Is quite the theexception theexception theexception
exception for a girl not to have admir admirers admirers adinirera ¬
ers
Why dont they accept an offer offer ffer if ifthey iftpey Ifthey
they want a husband Why grandma grandmaherself gm1dma gm1dmahersel grajidmaherself
herself would have been an anolinaid oldmald If Ifshe Ifshe ifshe
she didnt take what was i offered in in the thematrimonial thematrimonial thematrimonial
matrimonial market market The real trouble troublewith troublewith troublewith
with the girls glrl E ylfthls thiS They dont want wantto wantto wantto
to cook Noj NoJt Nothwant thejgjpvant nt a palatial home homewith homewith homeith
with ith a retinue of servants while their theirbighearted theirbighearted theirbighearted
bighearted husbands are down down at their theiroffices theiroffices theirolilces
offices slaving for them Sq Uncle Joe Joegive JoeglYe Joegiye
give the selfish girls a a wide berth berthThis berthT berthThis
This T ls matrimonial agency business Into Intowhich Intowhlcj1 intowhii
which Speaker Cannon Cann n seems to have hayeembarked haveembarked haycembarked
embarked somewhat 50m what Involuntarily InoluntarIl Is Isnearly Ise isnearly
nearly e rly worrying Secretary Busbey to todoath todeath todeath
death Up to this time he has tried to toacknowledge toacknowledge toacknowledge
acknowledge the letters lettersBOY lettersBOY lettersBOY
BOY BLACKHANDERS NABBED NABBEDDemanded NABBEDDemancIelI NABBEDDemanded
Demanded Money one or r Life of Henry HenryO
O Havemeyers lIavcmeer Widow WldovNew WidowNew WidowNew
New New York Feb 24 24Detectives Detectives tonight tonightarrested tonightarrested tonightarrested
arrested two small boys whom they theycharge theych theychtge
charge ch ige with sending a 0 Black Hand letter letterto letterto letterto
to Mrs Irs Henry O Havemeyer widow of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the former form r head of the American Sugar SugarRefining SugarRefining SugarRefining
Refining Company The letter was re received receIved received ¬
ceived by Mrs Irs Havemeyer on February FebruaryIS
18 It contained a demand for 256o and andthreatened andthreatened andthreatened
threatened to blow up her home and de destroy destroy destray ¬
stroy everybody In it unless their de demands demands demantis ¬
mands were complied < with withThe withThe withThe
The prisoners are George Stall thirteen thirteenyears thirtcenears thirteenyears
years ears of age ag of 153 Third avenue and andSamuel andSamuel andSamuel
Samuel Williams nine years of age of
265 East Seventyeighth street
TRANSIT ill COMPANY COHdlYSEES COMP COMPANYSEES NY NYE
SEES E STRIKES STRIKESN STRIKESNDefers END EIDDefers ENDDefers
Defers Action ction on Question Questionof
of Arbitration ArbitrationJOB ArbitrationJOB
1 1JOB
JOB APPLICANTS THICK THICKCars THICKCars THICKCars
Cars Begin Running Again with witkTroops withTroops withTroops
Troops on Hand HandRioting HandRioting HandRioting
Rioting Ceases and Philadelphia PhiladelphiaEnjoy PhUacelphlnEnjo PhiladelphiaEnjoys
Enjoy Enjo First Day of Near Peace PeaceSince PeaceSince PeaceSince
Since Saturday When the Carmen CarmenStruck CarmenStruck CarmenStruck
Struck Following Partial LockoutOver LockoutOver Lockout LockoutOver
Over Question of Employing Mem Members Members Mesabera ¬
bers of Amalgamated Union UnionPhiladelphia UnionPhiladelphia UnionPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Feb 2t 2tThe Tho Philadelphia PhiladelphiaRapid Ph11ade1phlaRapid PhiladelphiaRapid
Rapid Transit Company Is so confident confidentthat confidentthat confidentthat
that the backbone of the strike Is broken brokenthat brokenthat brokenthat
that tonight It referred an offer of media mediation mediation mediation ¬
tion made by the ministers of the city cityto cItyto cityto
to a meeting of Its board of directors directorswhich cllrectorswhich directorswhich
which will not be held until a week from fromnext fromnext fromnext
next Monday MondayThere MondayThere MondayThere
There was a general impression early earlytonight earlytonight earlytonIght
tonight that the company would agree to toarbitrate tosrbUrate toarbItrate
arbitrate all differences save l ave only the thequestion thequestion thequestion
question of recognizing the Amalgamated AmalgamatedUnion AmalgamatedUnion AmalgamatedUnion
Union but the company let It become becomeknown becomeknown becomeknown
known at 10 p m that It was as standing standingpat standingpat standingpat
pat and thoroughly satisfied with Its Im Improved 2mproed Irnproved ¬
proved position positionIts positionItB positionIts
Its attitude was based largely largelyon on the thesuccess thesuccess thesuccess
success of the State constabulary constabuiary in inchecking inchecking inchecking
checking the riot and on Its success iu iuextending lilextending inextending
extending Its service today For the thefirst thefirst thefirst
first time since Saturday citizens were wereable wereable wereable
able to go about their business without withoutdodging withoutdodging withoutdodging
dodging through back streets to escape escapebullets escapebullet5 escapebullets
bullets and bricks bricksThe brJck5The bricksThe
The stand of the transit company Is Isbitterly isbltterJr isbitterly
bitterly disappointing to C O Pratt PrattJohn PrattJohn PrattJohn
John J Murphy and the other strike strikeleaders strIkeleaders strikeheaders
leaders who have been beenleellng feeling their way waytoward waytoward waytoward
toward arbitration They were so sure surethat surethat surethat
that the company would be forced by bythe bythe bythe
the action of the th ministers to agree to tocome tosome tosome
some form of compromise that they were wereJubilant werejubilant werejubilant
Jubilant and boastful early In the day dayCompany dayCompany dayCompanys
Company Attitude Stern SternThe SternThe SternThe
The Philadelphia Rapid Transit intends intendsto Intendsto Intendsto
to smash the Amalgamated Union once oncebr oncet oncefoT
t foT br fall all What Pratt and the strikers In InTehdj InTend inth4e
Tend th4e a do nobody eody ebody can c tell tel If I in the thedesperate thedeperate thedesperate
desperate deperate nt ntt1e nt e of o their case ce they th call callon aU aUon ahIon
on allfelS aut al1b trades tade Tmtqns l qzjs TO to e strike strke In sym sympathy S Spthy sympathy ¬
pathy pthy and make a aeneral general fight fh of It Iteven I Ieven iteven
even more seriously serluslY seriouslrtroubie trouble is likely lket to tofolloTC totollovbecause tofohlowbecause
folloTC tollovbecause fohlowbecause because In that event the Nation National ¬
al Guard Guard to t the number of IftOOQ lO will willprobably willprobably i iprbblY
probably prbblY be called cled In to protect the cit citizens ct ctIze citizens ¬
izens izensThe Ize izensThe
The company cmpn Is making makng a a fight fht on one onemain oneman onemain
main man proposition propositonIts propositionIts Its right to run rn an anopen anopen anopen
open shop It has h stated that it will willnot wi willnot
not take tke orders from Pratt PrattMayor Prattaor PrattMayor
Mayor aor Reyburn declared deare tonight that thatthe tat tatthe thatthe
the strike is virtually broken broken He said saidalso saidalso saidalso
also that nothing could cul be b gained gant by ar arbitrating nrbirtng arhitrating ¬
bitrating birtng the dispute disputeReasonable dispute disputeReasonable
HRe Reasonable onable Order Restored RestoredThe Retorel1 Retorel1The RestoredThe
The State Stte police pUcr police204 204 seasoned seone fighters fightersunder fghters fghtersunder fightersunder
under Capt John Joh C Groome Gromeecure Groomesecured secured in ina Ina ina
a few hours today tody what wha the police polce force forceof for forceof e eot
of the city ctt4 clty3400 3400 men menwere wore not able able to tobring tobring tobring
bring about abut In five days da3sreasonable daysreasonable reasonable or order order order ¬
der They were detailed detted to sections setions of ofi otthe ofthe
i the city ciy where rioting rotng had been most mostprevalent mostprealent mostprevalent
prevalent prealent Mobs Iobs of strikers strker and loafers loafersjeered 10aCrs 10aCrsjeerd loafersjeered
jeered jeerd them the and ard threw thrw decayed doayed fruit trlt and andoccasionally andoccaIonallY andoccasionally
occasionally occaIonallY the te constables oonstable had to draw drawtheir drw drwtheir drawtheir
their revolvers and a level them at the thecrowds te tecrowds thecrowds
crowds crowdsAt crowdsAt crowdsAt
At 11 oclock ock today tod the four troops troopsmassed troopsmassed troopsmassed
massed at I Broad Brod street and Lehlgh Lhigh ave avenue ave avenue aweflue ¬
nue Each had ha a a following folowing crowd as a the thahorsemen thohorsemen thehorsemen
horsemen slowly slowY rode to the meeting meetingpoint meetng meetngpint meetingpoint
point pint From each ec saddle dangled dangle a a pair pairof pairof pairof
of steel handcuffs hadeuf which whic clanked clanko threat threatenly trat tratenly threatenly
enly against aganst the handle of the te hickory hickoryriot hicory hicoryriot hickoryriot
riot sticks Some of the sergeants sergents had hadchains hadchains hadchains
chains with handcuffs handeut upon upn them tho Head Headed Heade Headed ¬
ed e by Deputy Deput Superintendent Supeinteent Lamb Lmb the thepolicemen thepolcomen thepolicemen
policemen polcomen marched south on Broad street streetin streetIn streetin
in a column clumn of twos two the troops trops In al alphabetical alphabetIcal alphabetical ¬
phabetical order ore The line lne stretched out outfor OUtfor outfor
for two blocks block Capt Cpt Groome preceded precededthe precededthe precededthe
the troopers toers to the te offices omos of the com company compny cornpany ¬
pany pny and was w In consultation consulaton with wih Free President Pes Pesident Freeident ¬
ident Kruger Kruge when the command comma arrived arrivedBacking aryed aryedBacking arrivedBacking
Backing their ther horses horse to the curb the theState th thState theState
State police pDlce rested rote on Dauphin Duphln street streetwhile streetwhie streetwhile
while whie the conference was w In progress progressAfterward progess progessAferward progressAfterward
Afterward Aferward Troop A went up Eighth Eighthstreet Eighthstreet Eighthstreet
street to Germantown Gemantow avenue where the thetroop thetrop thetroop
troop trop was detailed detie in squads to different differentposts diferent diferentposts differentposts
posts along the route routeKensington routeKcn8hl routeKensington
Kensington Kcn8hl on District Dltrct Guarded GuardedFour GnnrdedFour GuardedFour
Four men were stationed statone at each Inter Intersecting Intersectng intersecting ¬
secting sectng street corner on Germantown Germantow ave avenue avenue ayenue ¬
nue east eat of Fifth street and north of ofLshlgh otLhi ofLehigh
Lshlgh Lhi h avenue which street was pa paI patroled patrollod
I trolled troled by 3 Troop In this manner mnne the theentire theemlre theeiikir
entire Kensington Kensingon district was honey honeycombed honeycmbd honeycombed ¬
combed cmbd with the Black Hussars Hussa as they theyare theyare theyare
are called cled callednthe in the the coal regions and and each eachtroop eachtroop eachtroop
regons
troop was In communication communicaton with the theother theother theother
other at the m mst myst at distant dstt post postAs postA postAs
As A soon as as a h 3tols f01 ols wore placed plac they theybegan tey teybegn theybegan
began begn to get get Into action acton The Tc crowds crowdswere cowds cowdswere crowdswere
were kept moving by the State police pollcemen policemen policemen
men the to troopers toopers riding up to the groups groupsand goups goupsand groupsand
and telling telng them to disperse disperseAt dbperseAt disperseAt
At Fifth Ftth street str < et and Columbia avenue avenueworkers anueworkers avenueworkers
workers in the mill ml of the ShoJp Shep Manu Manufacturing Manufacturing Manufacturing ¬
facturing Company Compny threw bits bit of ofwood otwod ofwood
wood wod orange ornge peel and ad other refuse refuseat refuseat refuseat
at the troopers tr opers They jeered jered but the thetroopers te tetroopers thetroopers
troopers paid no attention ateton until the storm stormof stormot stormof
of missiles missies from mill mi windows became becametoo becametoo becametoo
too constant to be pleasant pleaant When some someone someone someone
one on the sidewalk sidewalkthrew threw trew a a brick brJck at a apassing a apaing apassing
passing paing Sixth Sith street strot car cr a squad sua of oftwelve ottwelve oftwelve
twelve troopers toopers in the te block bok between betweenFifth betweenFirh betweenFifth
Fifth Firh and Sixth streets lined lned up at the thecommand thecommand thecommand
command of the sergeant sergent and drew drw their theirrevolvers theirrevolve theirrevolvers
revolvers revolve Taking Tan aim at the te offenders offendersIn orenders orendersIn
In the mill mi windows and covering cvering the thecrowds thocowds thecrowds
crowds cowds on the sidewalks sewalk the troopers troopersawaited trooprs trooprsawaited troopersawaited
awaited the order ord to fire fire The workers workersscattered worke8scattered workezscattered
scattered in mad haste hasteA ht hasteA
A stone thrown trown from a a crowd In front frontof frnt frntoC frontof
of the Hardwick Magee carpet cret mill mi at atContinued st stContnucd atContinued
Continued Contnucd on Page 2 Z Column 3 3gl23 Stu
gl23 tu 11 to DnltmoTG Baltimore and Return netur flefurnSaturday ReturnSaturday
Saturday Sturday and Sunday via Ia Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaRailroad Pennsylanla PennsylvaniaRailroad
Railroad Rairoad Tickets Ticket good returning until untilSunday untl untlSunday untilSunday
Sunday night All Al regular regula trains taz except exceptConeresslonal exceptCoresiona exceptConzressional
Coneresslonal Coresiona Limited Lted

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