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IioNIiE IioNIiEAS WIL ON IN INAS
AS HE DISAVOWS DISAVOWSPIN D1SAVOSPINCHOTLETTER Dl
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NT PIN PINCHOTLETTER PINCHOTLETTERWould HOT LETTER LETTERWoul IfllLWould
Would Not ot Eave Permitted PermittedInsult PermittedInsult Permittedinsult
Insult to the President PresidentTAKES Presidentt PresidentTAJtE8 PresidentTAItES
t
TAKES WITNESS STAND STANDNever STANDN STANDNever
Never N ver Gave exForester Power Powerto Powerto Powerto
to Write Dolliver as He Did DidSecretary DidSe Didecretury
Secretary Se rearT ot Agriculture Asrlc ttire and Coun Connuel CounlIel Coune1
uel e1 for fo Balllnjyqr Dallln r Turn rn Day Arnlnst ArnlnstConservationist ASRlnstOnaervatlonlatHad Agninstonervnt1ou1atHad
< Conservationist OnaervatlonlatHad Had Never cver Met MetClaris MetG1avI Iet IetGlovts
G1avI Claris When He Wrote Taft lIe HeICnew lIeIrUew lieKnew
Knew IUmLetter Him Letter from President PresidentHead PresIdentltetu1 PregitlentltCftl
Head Urging Him to Be paatloas ofJautlouaGtttotd paatloasGlfford pantlonitord
Glfford Gtttotd tord Pinchot t tottNed stfled bafjprs tpr1 the theBalllngerPlnohet theBalllng6rPlnoh theBafllngorPinahot
BalllngerPlnohet t Joint Investigating com committee committee corninittee ¬
mittee of the Senate and House yesterday yesterdaythat yestedaythat yesterdaythat
that be had the consent of James Wilson WilsonSecretary WUOSecretary WilsonSecretary
Secretary of Agriculture and hh h bpcrlor su superior superior ¬
perior officer to write vTJt his letter to Sna Snator Stnator na nator
tor Dolliver This Is i the letter that rei reisuited re resuIted resuited
suited In PInchots dismissal by President PresidentTaft PreelientTaft ProstdentTart
Taft from the Forest Service on the theground theground theground
ground of insubordination insubordinationSecretary insubOrdinationSooretary fnsubordlnaUonSecretary
Secretary WIn who is said to have havevoted bavevoted havevoted
voted in a Cabinet meeting for Plnohots Plnohotsdismissal PlnohotsdlsmlHJ PinthotsdIarnsaJ
dismissal sat nt only a few feat from the thaformer thetanner theformer
former Forester For liter when he made this state statement statemont statement ¬
ment Latar the veteran Cabinet mem member member memher ¬
ber took the witness chair and angry angryclear angryclear
clear through declared that he had never neverauthorized neverRuthodzOd neverauthotized
authorized the sending of tile letter letterIt lettarIt letterIt
It w was s the most t dramatic Incident that thatha Ulathaa thatha
haa ha occurred in the BalMngorPlnchot Balllft < < 8rPlnehGl in investigation InveetfgaUon Investigatlon ¬
vestigation The Th aged Secretary fairly fairlyshouted falnyshouted fairlyshouted
shouted his denial and brought his flt fltdown 1t8tdown fttdown
down on the table with a a bang bt n The ThaSecretary TheSeerotary TheSecretary
Secretary It is true was obliged to toqualify tA tAquaUt7 toquality >
qualify his denial He had he admitted admittedgiven admittedgiven admittedgiven
given Mr Ptachot Pblch t permission perml8 ton to write writeto writeto writeto
to Senator Dolliver giving him depart departmental deJrtmenta departmenll ¬
mental information but he never n var In Intended 1 1tended Intended ¬
tended that authorization n to cover QOvera a let letter letter letter ¬
ter which would insult suit the President Preskl llt of ofthe orthe ofthe
the United UntteISeretry States StatesSecretary statesSflCretar
Secretary SflCretar WihMn made a poor wtUtee wtUteeHe wltll wltllHe witnoesHe
He seemed med to be very verymucb much worked 1 up upover upover upover
over the Incident Ineld 4 an4 nd m < several oc ocThe ocC31 Ocjoet1hIs
C31 JoethJs r fac Ct nd id got nitxed nitxedinheaswes ed edIIi
IIi inheaswes inheaswesv baiJ ItOW f t tPb8
v The Th MOratfveiy Vd y recent receht order onJ odrby teeuad teeuadby W d dby
by the PredWent forfeiding forbidtn subofdintetf subofdintetfin u or l lIn
p in the departments from giving < < out any anyinformation anyInformation ny nyInformation
information without the express expre e author authorization authorlztlon authorIzatlon ¬
ization of the department bade he1 d8 was the thesubject thesubjaot thesubeot
subject subeot of contention between the Secre Secretary SecretarY Secretary ¬
tary tarY and Mr Pinohot It was under the theoperation tbe tbeoperation theoperation
operation of this order that President PresidentTuft Pre PresidentTaft ddent ddentTaft
Taft dismissed the Forester Fore ter and Mr MrPinchot MrPtnehot MrPincitot
Pinchot holds that he h had conformed to tothe tothe tothe
the order and that the th Presidents action actionwas actionwas actionwas
was unjust toward him himDo himDo hntDo
Do Xot Speak as a They Pans PansMr PanMr PaieMr
Mr Plnchot and Secretary of Qf f Agricul Agriculture Agijeultine A ul ulture ¬
ture Wilson have been friends for many manyyears manyyeals manyyosra
years bat when the Secretary left the thewitness thewitna thewithe
witness witna s stand It was apparent that th they theywere theysero y ywere
were no longer on speaking terms Mr MrPinchot MrPlnehot MrPinchot
Pinchot pale and somewhat nervous nervousarose nervouIU0I0 nervousaro
arose from his seat to let the Secretary Secretarypass SecretarypaM Secretarypeas
pass but Mr Wilson stoPPed by without withoutgivJsig withoutbt11ara withoutgtvIaa
givJsig bt11ara gtvIaa a sign of recognition recognitionThe recognitionl1h recognitionTIW
The l1h day as a a whole was not very favor favorable forable favorable ¬
able to Mr Pinchot His attempt to toprove toprove toprove
prove that one of Secretary BalHngers BalHngersContinued i3a1l1ngersContnuel BallingersContinued
Continued on Page 3 Column 4 4KNOWN 4KNOWN 4KNOWN
KNOWN BY CRUTCH CRUTCHJames CRUTCHJames CRUTCHames
James ames West of Washington Found PoundDead FoundDead FoundS
S Dead of Exposure ExposureSpecial ExposureSpecial ExposureSreciat
Special to rAe Wajhtagtaa WaMlqt n Herald HeraldGaliqn lleraJdGallQn Hen3dGalign
Galiqn Ohio March L IThe The body of an anaged anased anaged
aged man found in a country road d Just Justoutside justoutside justoutside
outside this city yesterday yest rday tonight was wasIdentified wasIdlI1tuted wasIdentilled
Identified as that of James West of ofWashington ofrashlngtQn ofWashington
Washington D C CHe CHe
1 He had been sheltered in the Rlchland RlchlandCounty Riahlandf RiohiandCounty
f County Home and had hail wandered away awaywhile awaywhlle awaywhile
while demented dementedIt
It is reported hunger and
exposure exposurecaused exposurecaused exposurecaused
caused the death of the wanderer who whoWM whowu whowas
WM sixty yews old and a cripple His Hiscrutch HIscrutch Hiscrutch
crutch was found beside his bpdy bdy and andwas andJ andj
J was the means of identifying ntlfYlng him himAccording himA lthnAccording
According A rd1ng to the city directory there thereore thereare thereare
are two James Wests residing in Wash Washington WashIngton WashIngton ¬
ington Both are laborers laborersSLIDE laborersSLIDE laborersSLIDE
SLIDE BURIES TRAIN TRAINBelief TRAINRelief TRAINRelief
Relief Sent to Scene on Summit of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Cascade Mountains MountainsEverett MountainsEverett MountajnBverett
Everett Wash March L LThe The Great GreatNorthern GreatNorthern GroatNorthern
Northern Spokane express which which wh1c has hasbeen haabeen hasbeen
been stalled on the summit of the tbeCas tbeCascade Cas Cascade Casonto ¬
cade Mountains since
last Thursday was wasburled wasburled wasburled
burled by a sllfle today to < 1ay It is believed believedthere beUevedthoro believedthere
there must have been loss of life A Arelief ArUo Arelief
relief train has gone from Everett but butIt butit butIt
It will not ot be able to get within several severalmiles soveralmUes soverjmiles
miles of the train trainPHTCE trainPltmCE trainTB1INCL
PHTCE WOUNDED WOTJNDED IN DUEL DUELCount DUELCount 3ITELCount
Count Folchl Who Tho Eloped with Don DonCarlo D Donnrloa n narloa
Carlo arloa Daughter Antagonist AntagonistLondon AntngonlatLondon AntagonistLondon
London March L lA A duel fought today
by Prince Francesco France del Drago and andCount andCount andCount
Count FIllppo Folohi who eloped some someyears Some Someyear someyearn
years ago with Donna Do na Elvira second seconddaughter seconddaughter seconddaughter
daughter of tho late Don Carlos
pre pretender pretender protender ¬
tender of the Spanish throne resulted in inthe Inthe inthe
the prince being severely wounded wounc in the thehead theead thelead
head headThe leadThe ead eadThe
The trouble arose over a money squab squabble squabble squatble ¬
ble Donna Elvira lvIra claiming a large sum sumfrom sumtrom sumfrom
from the theprlnoes princes brother Giovanni GiovanniThe Gtovannl1tThe GlOV4fliilThe
The parties assembled in a lawyers hLWY S of office otfice oflce ¬
fice and tried to sattle the matter whoa whoaPrince whooPrmce whenPrince
Prince Francesco who accompanied his hisbrother hisbrother hisbrother
brother made mad remarks which Count Fol Folchl FoII P01cbi ¬
I chi regarded as an insult insultCook InsultCook InsultCook
Cook Going to Buenos Ayres AyresLondon Ares AresLopdOn fres fresLondon
London March L IA A dispatch d1 clIepa p8 dt from fromSantiago fromSantiago fromSantiago
Santiago de d Chile states that Dr Cook Cookleft CookioU Cookleft
left there today for to Buenos Ayres AyrcsI
I
WEATHER WEATijER WEAThERFORECAST WEAThERFORECASTFor FORECAST FORECASTFor
For the District of Columbia ColumbiaMaryland ColumbiaIaryland ColumbiaMaryland
Maryland and Virginia VirginiaUnset VirginiaUnsettled Unset Unsettled ¬
tled weather and probably show showers showers showers ¬
ers today tomorrow tomorrowfair fair mod moderate P1Qdcrate tnqdcrate ¬
crate variable winds windsHERALD windsHERALD windsHERALD
HERALD NEWS SUMMARY SUMMARPageso SUMMARTPages
Pages PagesoIWIlson Pages1Wilson
1 IWIlson Wilson Angry at Pinchot PinchotAid PinchotAid PinehotAid
f fPreeldent
Aid for Memorial HalL HalLPresident HalLPresident <
President Obaldia Oba1d1aI Dead DeadD > ead eadD
t
D A R to Act Today TodayTraction T TadayTraction ay ayTraottdh
Traction Company Defiant Defiant3Coat DefliW3Cost De a a2Cost
3Coat of Living Expanding ExpandingDistrict Expat1 Expai1flg Expai1flgDistrict ing ingDistrict
District Needs Money MoneyS MOn MOn8NewB Money8News
S 8NewB Newa of Alexandria Alexandria4Fight Alexandria4Fight Alexandrfl4F1ght
4Fight on District Bill BillTaft BillTaft BillTaft
Taft Writes Sharp Letter Letter5News Letter5Ncws LotterNews
5News News of 01 Society SocietyBig SocietyBig SocietyBig
Big Aero ero Club Planned Planned6EJditoriaL Planned6EdltorfaJ Planned6EditoriaL
6EJditoriaL 6EdltorfaJ1Fomlnlne 6EditoriaL1Feminine
7 1Fomlnlne Feminine News and Fashions Fashions8Current FashionsSCurrent
8Current Sporting Events Events9Ar10n Events9Anon
9 9Ar10n Arlon Feast Ends EndsIDCommercial Ends10Commercial
IDCommercial and Financial FinancIali Financial13Want
13 13Want Want Mt Garbage Under Cover CoverII CoverAID
AID i MtIsrpiU IsrpiU IS PLEDGED PLEDGEDMEMORIAL i cO u
MfMORl MEMORIAL II l ML MLjKepresentative HALL HALLRepresentative
Representative Citizens In InI Indorse IndorseMrs
I dorsefMrs dorse dorseMrs f fWOULD Mrs Dimocks Idea IdeaWOULD Ideawo
WOULD wo JIII RAISE 2000000 S2OOOOOOProject 2000000Project 2000000Project
Project to Revere Washington WashingtonGets VashillgtonGets VliiiigtonGets
Gets Big Impetus ImpetusFlan
Flan to Build and Endow Huge Au Auditorium Auditorium Anditorlum ¬
ditorium Which Shall Be Head Headquarters Headquarter Headquarters ¬
quarters of Scientific and Other Na Jfatlonnl National Nationni
tlonnl Oraraiiiiutloiin Meets with withFavor withFavorDinner lth lthFnorDfnner
Favor FnorDfnner Dinner Given Giv by b Charles J JBell JDell JBell
Bell Prove lrovea a Success SnccesnMr SnccelfMr SuccessMr
Mr Charles J Bell entertained tert llnod a com company comany cornany ¬
pany any of representative repr SentAUvo Washington gen gentlemen sentJemea getitletnen ¬
tlemen last evening 9 Utng to meet Mrs Henry HenryF
F 11 Dimock of New York president or ofthe orthe orthe
the George Washington Memorial MQm rml AsH Association AsHmatIon me meelation ¬
elation who in a stirring sUrrlngUttle little address addresstM addre addresstold s sot
tM of the great national movement she sheg sheis
S is g in charge of which has tas for Its pur purpoo purpoK putpo
poo poK po the erection roctIqrt In Washington 1tngton of a alarge alue aftre
large ftre building a as a memorial to tha Lha1kst Lha1kstIt first firstwaami MstT Mstit
waami waamiIt T
It te proposed propoHd to 1t raIse fHtt by jj popular pu1nr sub subscription wb8erlpdon subserlpdon ¬
scription 12000000 OfIt xielo > > and build and endow endowa
a hugs auditorium having a seating ca capaclty capacity ccpacity
pacity of SOGO to 14000 It and combine with withIt withIf with1t
It If smaller hails and office OffiC68 which shall hall bo bothe b bUte bethe
the permanent headquarter of scientific scientificand actentUlcaDd scientificand
and other national organizations organizationsSchool orsanlzatlonsSchool organizationsSchool
School Children Aid AidOne AldOne AidOne
One wing of the building will be built builtby buillby builtby
by dime subscriptions of the school chil children children chitdren ¬
dren of the land who already have be become e ecome ¬
come imbued with the patriotic spirit or ofthe orthe orthe
the undertaking and are raising a ma material mater181 matonal ¬
tonal sum sumMrs sumirs sumMrs
Mrs Dlmoek wiio te a woman of fine fineattainments fiMattaln fineattainments
attainments attaln eata and high social position PHIUontl PHIUontlsltlter peitlonasister a astetar
sister of the late Hon W V a C Whitney WhitneyIs VbItn
Is not a dreamer reamer or visionary She has hasfully hasfully hasfully
fully matured the plans for the tb Memorial Memorialand memerialnnd memorialand
and says Yi confidently con d ntly that It cannot fall fallShe taUShe fallShe
She inspired with enthusiasm all who whoheard whohatlrd whohoard
heard her stirring talk and it is the In Intention Intention intontloa ¬
tention to supplement her he work at once onceby onceby onceby
by active actlv effort in Washington WashingtonSeveral WasblngtonSevenLl WashingtonSeveral
Several men of largo wealth in New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York and elsewhere have indicated to Mrs MrsDtaiock l1rsDimock MrgDimock
Dimock their readiness to make substan substantial substant substantial ¬
tial t l contributions and the scientific bodies bodieshave bodieshave
have volunteered a subscription sub erlpUon of 40000 40000which 40000which 10000whIeh
which probably will be Increased Incro ed to 100000 100000Outsiders 100000Outstd9l IoooooOutsiders I
Outsiders who are supporting the move movement movement ¬
ment ment feel that Washington should show showIts showIta showit
Its it substantial interest before the co cooperation cooperation cooperation ¬
operation of the States be asked and andMrs andMrs andMrs
Mrs Dimook came over over ove from Now York Yorkexprewly YorkOXJHe Yorkexpressly
expressly OXJHe Jy to present the matter in its itslocal itslocal Itslocal
local bearing bearingTrade bearingTrade bearingTrade
Trade Bodies Pledged PledgedTills PledgedTIlls PledgedThis
Tills she did so admirably and eonvln convincingly eonvlncingly ¬
cingly that she received Immediate and andcordial andcordial andcordial
cordial assurance of the assistance of the theBoard theBoard theBoard
Board of Trade and Chamber of Com Commerce Commerce Cornmores ¬
merce tendered through Presidents Har Harries H Hrles Harrica ¬
rica and Gude and of the city generally generallyOn generalbOn generallyOn
On motion of Gen John M Wilson a acommittee n ncommittee acommittee
committee of five Hon H B F Mac Macfarland Macfarland Macfarland ¬
farland Mr Bell the presidents of the theBoard theBoard theBoard
Board and Chamber and Dr George M MKober MKober MICober
Kober was designated to form a general generalcommittee generaloommtttee generaloommtttoo
committee which whl h will take up In earnest earnestthe earnestthe earnestthe
the work of raising a fund fundSubscriptions tundSubscrlpUons fundSubecriptiona
Subscriptions amounting to 1GO000 were wereconditionally wereconditionally wereconditionally
conditionally made a year ye r ago to an audi auditorium audltorlUIn auditorlurn ¬
torium fund and It is believed that the thebulk thebulk thebulk
bulk of these can be revived for for the theGeorge tbeGeorge theGeorge
George Washington Memorial Project ProjectFollowing ProjectFoUowing ProjectFollowing
Following Mrs Dimocks address Mr MrMacfarland MrMacfarland Ir IrMacfarland
Macfarland Dr Kober Dr Charles D DWaloott DWalcott DWalcott
Walcott Secretary Secreta of the Smithsonian In Institution Institution Institution ¬
stitution Gen Harries Mr Gude Gud Gen GenWilson GenWtlfon GenWilson
Wilson Mr Worthington and others othersspoke othersspoke othersspoke
spoke briefly but enthusiastically in sup support support support ¬
port of Mrs Dimocks plan and a rising risingvote risingvole risingvote
vote of thanks was tendered her She Shewill Shewill Shewill
will return to New York today todayOURFEW todayOURFEW todayOURPEW
OURFEW GUN BOOMS BOOMSXartollc BOOMSNorfolk BOOMSNorfolk
Norfolk Welcomca First Sound in inMore InlIore inMore
More Than a Year YearSpecial YearSpedal YearSpecial
Special to The Washington Herald HeraldNorfolk HeraldNortolk HeraldNorfolk
Norfolk Va a March 1 1Atter After having havingbeen havingbeen havingbeen
been asleep for or almost a year the fa famous famous famoan ¬
mous old 9 oclock gun at the Norfolk NorfolkNavy NorfolkNavy NorfolkNavy
Navy Yard silenced almost a year ago agoby agob agoby
by b Rear Admiral Taussig an antinoise antinoiseadvocate antlnoseadocate antinoiseadvocate
advocate again barked the hour tonight tonightand tonightand tonightand
and it was greeted by an outburst of ofapproval otapproval ofapproval
approval by the populace A big volun volunteer volunteer voluntoOt ¬
teer band serenaded Capt Pt Marshall now nowcommandant nowconunandant nowccmmandant
commandant of tho yard rd the Norfolk NorfolkLight NOrfolkLight NorfolkLight
Light Artillery Blues fired fired a salute in inthe Inthe Inthe
the captains honor and bells rung and andwhistles andwhistles andwhistles
whistles blew blewThe blewThe blewThe
The ancient gun was one of the he most mostvenerated mostonorated mostvenerated
venerated Institutions InstJtutI ns of the community communityIt
It was was the time regulator GUlator for many manyhomes manyhom9S manyhomes
homes especial esp claly for those in the country countryroundabout countr31roundabout countryroundabout
roundabout and a protest long 10n and loud loudaeeended loud8feanded loudMeendeti
aeeended when it was is spiked spikedCapL spikedCapt jplkcdCapt
Capt Marshall ordered it restored In Inresponse inresponse Iaresponse
response to public request for o it IL
THERE THERE ARE ARE OTHERS c d dc
HALLEYS COMET VISIBLEIN VISIBLEIN VISIBLE VISIBLEIN
IN SOUTHWESTERN SKYCelestial SKYCelestial SKY SKYCelestial
Celestial Visitor May Be Seen with Aid of Qpera QperaGlasses QperaGlasses QperzGlasses
Glasses by Washingtonians
Washington astronomers utronom rs and others In Interoeted InteGSted interosted
teroeted In the flight lsht of Halleys comet cometare cometare cometare
are daIly watching tho progress of that thatphanomcuvin thatphenolnchun thatphenomezn
phanomcuvin which can easily be seen seenwith seenwith seenwith
with the aid of a a pair of opera glosses glossesFathsr g11l55esFather glassesFather
Father Francis A A Terndorff professor professorof
of astronomy astronomy at Georgetown gives these thesedirections thesedtr thesedirections
directions dtr Ctlons for finding the comet now nowThe nowThe nowThe
The comet Is slightly west of the star starDelta starDelta starDelis
Delta of the constellation of the fish fishThe fishThe fishThe
The easiest way to locate it is from the thethree thethree thethree
three bright stars star of the constellation of ofar otI ofsilos
ar silos from fromwhleh which It Is one hour and andtwenty andJ1ute8 andwes3ty
I twenty wes3ty minutes J1ute8 0f f arc in n a southwesterly southwesterlydlreotlorO southwesterlydireelion
dlreotlorO direelion direelionWith <
r rWith 1 1With
With th the he aid of SH g gflsseE oS JJ tIt ti the > e comet com t can caneasily an anea8ll ap apeasily
ea8ll easily be discerned dtsc rned every night in thtt thttTHREE thttTHREE thJTIIREE
THREE LIVES LOST LOSTAS LOSTAS LOSTAS
AS YM Y iL C C1 A A1 BOW BOWMore BURNS BURNSMore BURRSMore
More Than Score Escape from fromEuins frolllRuins frornRuins
Ruins in Schenectady SchenectadySchanectady SchenectadySchenectady SchenectadySchenectady
Schenectady March 1 1Flro Fire destroyed destroyedtha destroyedthe destroyedthe
the Boston and Maine Railroad Y M Me C CA CA CA
A building and hotelat Rotterdam Junc Junction Junction Junctior ¬
tion tior today todayThree todayThree todayThree
Three men were burned to death deathAr deathArthur deathArithur AT ATthur
thur Stephens twentyeight years old oldan oldan oldan
an engineer of Albany J B Smith Smithtwentytwo Smithtwentytwo Smithtwentytwo
twentytwo a a fireman of > t Fenda and andHarry andHarry andHarry
Harry Russell Janitor of < the union sta station station etation ¬
tion at North Adams Adams Mass MassThere M8SLThere MassThere
There were were wer thirty men in the building buildingwhen bulIdlnswhen buildingwhen
when the fire started startedTWO startedTW startedTWO
TWO TW 0 DIE AS TRAIN TRAINLEAPS TRAINLEAPS TRAINLEAPS
LEAPS INTO RIVER RIVEREngine RIVEREngine RIVEREngine
Engine and Baggage Car CarAre CarAre CarAie
Are Almost Submerged SubmergedPlttsburg SnblnergedPlttsburg SubmergedPittsburg
Plttsburg March L IBaavlng leaving the north northbound northbound northbound ¬
bound track on a curve at a point near nearRockpolnt nearRockpolnt nearRockpoint
Rockpolnt Station this afternoon Penn Pennsylvania Pennsyvanla Pennsylvania ¬
sylvania train No 201 on the Erie and andAshtabula andAshtabula andAebtabula
Ashtabula division raced across the thesouthbound thesouthbound thesouthbound
southbound tracks and plunged Into the theBeaver theBeaver theBeaver
Beaver River The engine and baggage baggagecar b baggagecar ggB8e ggB8ecar
car were almost submerged thE > smoking smokingcar smokingcar smokingcar
car was hurled on its side on the river riverbank riverbank riverbank
bank and one coach and a Pullman car carwere carwer carleft
were wer left standing across the tracks tra ks Two Twopersons Twopersons Twopersons
persons were killed one Is missing and andsix andsIx andsix
six were Injured InjuredThe injurodThe injuredThe
The dead deadWilliam deadWillIam deadWilliam
William C HaUls thirtyfour years old oldSouth oldSouth oldSouth
South Sharon railroad detective died on onthe o othe Onthe
the way to Newcastle Hospital HospitalHerman HospitalH HospitalHrman
Herman H rmnIl Mains Rock Springs struck struckby struckby struckby
by truck of wrecked engine cnglneandcrushed cnglneandcrusheddied and crushed crusheddied crusheddied
died three hours later in Chenango Val Valley Valley Vaby ¬
ley Hospital Newcastle NewcastleBELGIAN NewcastleBnGIAN NewcastleBELGIAN
BELGIAN TOWNS FLOODED HOODEDRivera FLOODEDRher FLOODEDRivers
Rivera Olse and Scheldt Have Wor Word WordRL WottRie t tRise
Rise RL e In Century CenturyBrussels C CenturyBrussels ntur nturBrussols
Brussels March L 1The The floods caused causedby causedb causedbr
by b the Rivers Oise and Scheldt have not notbeen notbeen i ibeen
been paralleled in a centurj The rivers riversere riversare i iere
ere unnavigable owing to the furious furiouscurrents furiouscurrents i icurrents
currents The lower parts of many towns townsare townsare
are Inundated Many manufactories have haveboon haveboen havebeen I
boon compelled to close down In Char Charlerol Charlerni I
lerol and a d Namur there is neither gas gasnor gasnor
nor electricity ele tricity Immense cultivated areas areasare BronSarc areasare I
are flooded and farmers and peasants peasantare peasantsare easants easantsare
are losing their crops orop Distress Is wide widespread wIdespread1 ¬ II IIspread
spread spread1Paris i iParis IParis
Paris March L 1Aithoug LAlthoug Although thanks tha ks to tothe tothe I
the retention of the barriers along alan the thelowlying thelowIinS thelowlying
lowlying quays the continued rise rise In the theSeine theSeine
I
Seine Is causing no anxiety In theclh the city cityit cityii
it 1 ii is having ba ing serious effects in some some of the thesuburbs thesuburbs thesuburbs
suburbs where streets only onl lately cleared clearedof clear clearedof d dof
of water Bra again flooded I
Southwestern sky If l the moon be b par particularly particularly parUcularly ¬
ticularly bright however bOW ver the celestial celestialvisitor colosUalvisitor celestialvisitor
visitor Is not readily discerned dl discerned erno Its bright brightness brightness brightness ¬
ness being overshadowed overshadowedFather overshadowedFather overshadowedFather
Father Torndorff says the GArth will not notbe notbe notbe
be affected when It passes through the thetall thetall thetail
tall of the comet about May 16 It Tho Thocnly Thoonly Thecnly
cnly result may be a a slight affection to tothe tothe tothe
the mucous membrane duo to the gases gasesThese suesTbes gasesThose
These Tbes gases however are so slight slightabout sUghtabout slightabout
about onenlnetbousandth onenlnethou andth part of the thedensity then5Ity thedensity
density n5Ity of the atmosphere atmospherethat that the effect effectwill effectWi effectwilt
will Wi 11 be very v slight 5Ul at If It Is I If tilt at all allThe a allThe n nThe
The comet may soon fee yMWe Ie to the tbenaked f thenaked t tnaked
i =
naked e eye e but bu at pr peshP4an l8II < iCja t be bewith gggn gggnIth I Ith
with Ith th Aainifry a1 s sat tI K99MT Is tfc tfcat 1 1at
at Georgetown is IrMpln k ke41g Pi9r close on Its Itscourse i it itcOUrse I i
course coUrse and Its night te watched nightly nightlyBreaks nightlyICE nightlyICE
ICE GORGE HOLDS HOLDSTOWN HOLDSTON
TOWN IN II THRALL THRALLBreaks THRALLBreaks
Breaks and Forms a Ham HamFlooding DamFlooding BarnFlooding
Flooding Port Deposit DepositPort
Port Deposit Md March Mar h L 1For For the thesecond thecond thesecond
second cond time this winter this little town townnear townnear townnear
near the mouth of the Susquehanna is isflooded Isflooded isflooded
flooded The great gre t tea gorge above Mc McCalls McCalls
Calls Ferry which broke today came camerushing camorushing camerushing
rushing down the river crashing against againstthe againstthe againstthe
the piers of the railroad bridge of the theBaltimore theBalt1mor theBaltimore
Baltimore and Ohio and piling up in im immense Immense immense ¬
mense hummocks At 10 oclock tonight tonightthe tonightt tonightthe
the t river is rising from six to nine inches inchesan InclJes InclJesan inchesan
an hour and in six hours has r racn racnroveral en enseveral en3veral
several feet feetEmployes feetEmployee oet oetEmployes >
Employes of the Pennsylvania Railroad Railroadhave Railroadh3e Railroadhave
have abandoned the temporary station stationand stationand stationand
and the th residents of the town are again againin againIn againin
in a state stat of panic panl All the th storekeepers storekeepersalong storekeeporsalong storekeepersalong
along Main street have moved their goods goodsto goodeto goodsto
to the second floors At Oetoraro Junc Junction Junction Junetion ¬
tion three miles from here the Colum Columbia Columbia Colurnbla ¬
bia and Perryville Railroad passenger passengertrain passengertrain passengertrain
train Is held up the waters being over overthe overthe overthe
the tracks tracksA tracksA tracksA
A dense > fog spreads over the river and andthe andt andthe
the t e town and andineasos Increases the anxiety amd tr of the thepeople thepeople thepeople
people as they cannot see the th progress progressof progressot
of the Ice Ic and nd fear the worst For a awhile awhIle awhile
while the soft Ice passed throryh thro throh h easily easilybut easilybut eaaily1but
but at nightfall It began to Jam Jamand Jamand jamand
and the river rose more rapidly Some Someof Someof Someof
of the ice banks are fiftcn foot high highAt highAt highAt
At 8 oclock the river at Columbia was wassixteen wassixteen wassixteen
sixteen feet higher than at 7 oclock this thismorning thismorning thismorning
morning morningUtlca morningUtica morningUtica
Utica N Y March 1 Overwhelmed 1Overwhelmedby Overwhelmedby
by the worst flood in the history hlstoI of the theMohawk theMohawk theMohawk
Mohawk Valley the village of Herkimer HerkimerIs Herkim r ris
Is tonight in a state of unprecedented unprecedenteddistress unprecedenteddistress unprecedenteddistress
distress With the electric electri lighting lightingplants lightingplants lightingplants
plants out of commission he e gas shut shutoff shutoff shutoff
off at the mains no water supply avail available available available ¬
able for domestic purposes and food at a apremium apremIum apremium
premium the situation confronting the thefloodstricken thefioodstrlcken thefloodstricken
floodstricken villagers is desperate Hun Hundreds Hundreds Hundreds ¬
dreds of Herklmerltes sit tonight in the theupper theupper theupper
upper rooms of ot their dwellings while whiletne while whilethe whilethe
the walter wter gurgles through the windows windowsof
of the lower floors and mon In boats bottspaddle bortspaddle boatspaddle
paddle up and down the streets of the thecommunity thecommunl thecorpmunit
community communl ready to carry away to safe safeground sateground safeground
ground such of the residents resld nts as elect to toabandon toabandon toabandon
abandon their homes homesMayor homeslIaor homesMayor
Mayor Grogan tonight Issued an order orderclosing orderclosing orderclosing
closing the salo6ns salo ns of the town and at atthe atthe atthe
the same time a a large force of deputies deputieswere dop1Ucswere depUtieswere
were sworn in to maintain order rd l and to toprevent toprevent toprevent
prevent possible Ipoting loting of of abandoned abandonedhomes abandonedhomes abandonedhomes
homes These Th se officers ffle us are p Pit1olllhS trolling the thevillages thevillages thevillages
villages in rowboats rowb ats and Improvised flats flatsMINISTER fi flbtsIf ts
If I IMINISTER
MINISTER AND GIRLS GIRLSCAPTURE GIRLSCAPTUREVILD GIRLSCAPTURE
CAPTURE CAPTUREVILD WILD DEER BEERRichmond DEERRichmond
Richmond Vn n Mar 1 tRCT tRCTJcnH lftevJvines Rov RovJtiiies
Jtiiies JcnH s Cannon and a party of ofgirls ofglrlll ofEirlg
girls of the Blackstone Female FemaleInstitute FemaleInstitute FemaleJuatitute
Institute captured a deer dpc < today todayFlie odny odnyThe dny dnyTbe
The animal sprang through tbrou h a aTflmlotv awlnlto1 awindow
window Into n room occuplod by bythe byflu bythe
the flu young OUDJ women omen They scream acreaincd IJcreotDed screamed
ed and culled cnU d f for ° r Dr Cauuon
i
I
PRESIDENT OBALDIA OBALBIAOF OBALDIAQJ t tOF
OF PANAMA DEAD DEADAttack DEADAttack DEADAttack
Attack of the Heart fatal in inHireeDays inIll inTIi
HireeDays HireeDaysEDUCATED Ill ree Days DaysEDUO DaysEDUGATED
EDUCATED EDUO TED IN UNITED STATES STATESWas STATESas TATBS TATBSWas
Was as Son of the President Pre ldent of Coloin Coloinblannd Colombfn ColornbIanud
blannd bfn and Had Served a as Minister to loWashington toVashlngton toWashington
Washington Where TI1ere lIe Enjoyed EnjoyedConfidence EnjoyedConfidence EnjoyedConfidence
Confidence of o the Administration Administrationof
of Former President Roosevelt RooseveltManama RooseTe1tPa lioosee1tPalatha
Manama Pa lma Irfroli Igr11 J Jcse 56 Uoinlngo Domfnsod6 Domfnsod6t DornIno fie fietoitt doatL1r
toitt t ttig atL1r t mMrr w dTI l 1 1heartIiseds 4 4h
heart h heartIiseds art Disease fdIS lfDt at ZIt 80 > oclosk this after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon The fatal attack dated trom from last lastFriday las lasFrldft3 1asfFriday
Friday FridayPublic Frldft3Public FridayPublic
Public offices and commercial establish establishments establishments establishments ¬
ments were closed clo oo The body is now nowlying nowlyIng nowlying
lying in state in th yollow roolm tO m of th thpalace the thepalace thepalace
palace The funeral will take place to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow morrowCarlos morrow morrowCarlos morrowCaries
Carlos Mendoza secretary of finance flaancofirst fiHnnofirst financefirst
first designate for the Presidency tooK tooKthe tooktho toocthe
the oath of office otl1 before the president of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Supreme Court this afternoon He Hewill Hew1lJ Hewill
will serve until October 1 when the na national national national ¬
tional assembly will hold a a new election electionPresident electionPresident electionPresident
President Mendosa is a Liberal LiberalPresident LiberalPresIdent LiberalPresident
President Obaldia was the son of the thePresident theProBfdent thePresident
President of Colombia Ha was born bornJanuary bornJanuary bornJanuary
January 39 3 1545 Ho studied at the Institotlon Insti Institotion
totion de Christy at Bogota Bog ta and then thencame thencame thencame
came to the United States to complete completehis complelehis completehis
his education He went to Frenchs FrenchsSchool FroochsScbool FrenchsSchool
School in N New w Haven Hev n and studied sub subsequently subsequently subaequently ¬
sequently in New York He was made madegovernor madegovernor madegovernor
governor of the Colombian province of ofPanama ofPauama ofPanama
Panama in 130S and when the district districtdeclared districtdeclared districtdeclared
declared Us it independence Jnde ndence he was elected electedIts electedits lectedsecond
Its second vice president In 1501 1OO he came cameto cameto cantoto
to the United States as minister and en enCon cnContinued enContinued
Con Continued tinned on Page 3 Column 3 3NICARAGUA 3NICARAGUA 3MOARAGEA
NICARAGUA REPORT REPORTGROW REPORTCROWNS REPORTCROiNS
GROW AMERICAN AMERICANCapt
Capt Fowler Fought to Last LastStand LastStand LastStand
Stand at Tisnia TisniaManagua TisnlaIanngua TisniaManagua
Managua March 1 IA A fairly complete completereport completereport completereport
report of the bravery of Capt Godfrey GodfreyFowler GodfreyFowler GodfreyFowler
Fowler the American who commanded commandedthe
the battery of Maxim guns on the in insurgents insurgents Insurgents ¬
surgents side during the battle at Tls Tlsma Tlsma Tisma
ma states that he worked his rapid rapidflrars rapidfirers rapidfIrers
firers until the government troops troopscharged troopcharged troopscharged
charged to within ten fapt t t of him and andthen andthen andthen
then a a bullet struck him In the right rightleg rightleg rightleg
leg and his men dragged dragg d him to the theroar therQ1T therear
roar roarHe
He remained hidden for two days in inthe Inthe irsthe
the house of a o native sympathizer S IDpathlzet with withthe withth withthe
the th Insurgents while the government governmenttroops governmenttroops governmenttroops
troops were boating the bush for f for r him himIt himIt himIt
It was due to their failure to discover discoverhis dlacoverhis discoverhis
his hiding place that the report was cir circulated cirCulated cirulated ¬
culated that he had been killed killedHardly kIlledHardly killedHardly
Hardly less gallant was the conduct conductof conductor conductof
of Gen Lara commanding the govern government gov governmont m mmont ¬
mont troops tro ps He H led the charge on Fowl Fowlhorse Fowlera Fowlers
era battery In person and t1 although hIs hIshorse hishorse
horse was killed under him he made madehis madehis madehis
his way Into the midst of the artillery artillerymen artillerymen artillerymen ¬
men who ho had worked orltcd the gung gun with such suchdeadly 8uehdeadly suchdeadly
deadly havoc to his men He Is I said saidto saidto akl aklto
to have killed kJU d half a dozen do en Ncrasuans Ncrasuanswho N1caraguinswho caragu ns nsWho
who hesitated when the order to charge chaqewas charowas chargewas
was siven sivenTho gh ghThti glvnThe
The Thti fights ts at Tiana and Tlpitapa re resulted resUlted restilted ¬
sulted In the killing of about 350 0 men menand menand menand
and the wounding of 350 more mOT Bodies Bodieshave BodlShavc Bodieshave
have been been found scattered 5c sckttered ttered far r and wide wideindicating wIdeIndlcilUng wideindlatihg
indicating that many of those th se fatally fatallyhurt fatallyhurt atallyhurt
hurt hurt crawlec long lon distances before suc succumbing succumbing suecumbing ¬
cumbing
t tActor
Actor AetorDrl ActorIirian Brian n Marries MarriesNew lnrrlenNew larrlese
New e York March 1 IPonnld Donald Brian the theactor theaoior theactor
actor aoior now 11 < W playing plt lngwlth tfith The Dollar DollarPrincess DollarPrincess DollarPrincess
Princess was married today to day to Mrs MrsFlorence MrsFlorence MrsFlorence
Florence Florence Meagher Pope who wb recently got gota gota
a 3 divorce atvorce from Charles Ch IIles H IL Pope Pope a broker brokerwho brokerwho brokerwho
who Ji lives s at the WaldorfAstoria The Theceremony Th Ther Thpceremony
ceremony < er mony was performed by Justice Peter PeterSchmuck PeterScl PotrSchthuck
Schmuck Scl t 1uck of this city cityninokiPtnncff cItynlflkllItonelI cityBlsrkistones
ninokiPtnncff Double Violets Iolets SOc SOcBunco Oe OeBunch OcBwch
Bunch Homeigrown fragrant liUx H
BOY BiY SLAYS BROTHER BROTHERVictim BROTHERVictim BROTHERVictim
Victim of Charleston Tragedy Is IsTen IsTen IsTen
Ten Other Seven SevenSpecial SevenSpecial SevenStorM
Special to The Washington Herald HeraldCharleston lIet1JdCharleston lIctthtCharleston
Charleston W Va March Marchmond tKay tKaymond lRaYmond
mond Hunter aged seven sev n emptied the thecontents theQontents thecontents
contents or a a shotgun into the head of ofbis otbls ofWe
bis brother Ray Hunter aged ten kill killIng killIng killlug
Ing him during a quarrel at their home homeIn homeIn homeIn
In Boone County today todayThe todnyThe todayThe
The boys father Robert Hunter is isnow Isnow IsnOw
now now serving a a term in prison for ob obstructing obstructing ohatructing ¬
structing a 8 Federal officer In an attempt attemptto
to arrest his wife on the dl charge of boot bootlegging bootleglflng bootlegging ¬
legging leggingTHREE leglflng leglflngi leglflngTHREE leggingTHREE
i
THREE THREE DIE IN WRECK WRECKEmployes WRECKEmployes WRECKEinployes
Employes of Electric Line Are Vic Victims Victims Victhus ¬
tims in Illinois IllinoisGalesburg TIUnoisGalesburg flhinoisQalesburg
Galesburg Ill March L IIn In a headon headoncollision headonoollIslon hea4oncollision
collision on the Illinois Electric inter interurban Interurban Interurban
urban urban road near Canton today three threepersona threepersons threepersons
persons wero killed and fifteen passen passengers passen passengers passengets ¬
gets gers injured The killed were employes employesof
of the line lineD 1IneOJ lineD1
D OJ D1 11 A1 H IL DimiTETM Dim mRE DIRECTORSMUST TOH TOHM
MUST M iTETM iTETMI T ACT T TOD J0DAY J0DAYAttempt Y YAttempt
I Attempt May Be e Made lade to toImpeach toIlnpeacl1 toimpeach
Impeach Mrs Scott ScottWAR ScottWAR ScottC ScottWR
C
WAR CLOUD GATHERSMiss GAThERSMiss GATHERS JATEEESMiss
Miss Gerald Reports for Duty DutyDespite DutyDespite DutyDespite
Despite Dismissal Dismissalnelve DismissalTwelve DismissalIwelve
Twelve nelve of the Sixteen Sixtee Members of ofthe ofthe ofhe
the he Board of Management Who WhoWill VvlioWill lto ltoWIll
Will Meet Ieet In Special Session Se slon To Today TodllT Today ¬
day Are In Sympathy with Deposed DeposedClerk Del05edClerkReport DeposedClerkReport
Clerk ClerkReport Report Current that Mrs MrsDraper MrsDraper Ira IraDrap
Draper Drap r May Be Disciplined DisciplinedThough DisciplinedThough DiscipiluedThough
Though the t e keys to her desk d sk have been beentaken beentaken beentaken
taken away and her records locked up upMiss upAU upMisc
Miss AU Agnes Gerald who claims o 1ms to havej havejbean have havebeen havebeen
been illegally dismissed dlsmlGS id from her clerk clerkship clerkshIp clerkship ¬
ship in the D A B no offices is reporting reportingeach reportingeacl1 reportingeach
each day for duty Just st as if I nothing had hadhappened hadb8JtP9Ded hadhappened
happened in defiance of Mrs Matthew T TScott Tcotto Tcott
Scott cotto the president presfd ntgenet ntgenetItt generalin general generalIn
In tie th meantime Mrs is Scott Sootthas Jias has called calledr
r f rita 5Itltk L < bo Td TdDU11
f management DU11 igmElnt tef t this 1s aornpon U ttrnoon rr 99n and andboth andbeth andboth
both sides of the national Warfare that thathas thathas thathas
has centered around Miss Gerald and her hermother hermother
mother Mrs H P Gerald on the one onehand onehaM1 oneband I
hand and the president general genera and Mrs MrsAmos Mrsomos MrsAmos
Amos omos Draper on the other are awaiting awaitingthe awaitingthe awaitingthe
the result with expectancy expectancyAction expectancyAction expectancyAction
Action Not ot Approved ApprovedThe ApprovedThe ApprovedThe
The socalled insurgents and some who whobelong whobelong whobelong
belong to t the administration faction but butdo butdo butdo
do not approve of Mrs Scotts action actionbelieve actionbelloe actionbelieve
believe the president general will at attempt attempt attempt ¬
tempt to have the board of management managementconfirm m8J1agementcO managementcirm
confirm cO tirm her order of discharge which whichwas whichas whichwas
was as mailed to Miss Gerald last week weekThere weekThere weekThere
There are sixteen administration mana managers manage managets ¬
gets ge > s on the board and twelve who whoto belong belongto
to the opposition oppositionThere OpposVlon OpposVlonThere OppositionThere
There are two bylaws in the constitu constitution constitution constitulion ¬
tion of the D A R that Attorney I ICabell L LCabel1 LCabell
Cabell Williamson is relying on as asgrounds asGTounds asgrounds
grounds for legal proceedings proceedingsOne pr proceedingsOne fedlnss fedlnssOne
One Is the law which provides that no noDaughter noDaughter noDaughter
Daughter may be removed from office officewithout officen1thout officewithout
without a fair hearing of the charges chargesagainst chargesasaJnst chargesagainst
against her The other makes the circu circulation clrculatIon circulation
lation of defamatory reports by ont ontmember on onmomber onmember
member against another punishable by byexpulsion byexpulsion byexpulsion
expulsion from the D A R rolls rollsIt rollsIt rollsIt
It is reported that the antiadministra antiadministration ¬
tion leaders will use one or both of these theseregulations theseregulations theseregulations
regulations In an attempt to impeach impeachMrs ImpeachMrs impeachMrs
Mrs Scott and discipline Mrs Draper DraperSot Draperot DraperNot
Sot ot ttn Officer OfficerAnother OfflccrAnother OfficerAnother
Another argument which the conserva conservatives onsenrat1os oaservatires ¬
tires are bringing to bear Is that Mrs MrsDiaper MrsDraper MrsDraper
Draper at whose request Miss Gerald Geraldis
is said to have been beensummarily summarily dismissed dismissedIs
Is not an officer of the D A R but a apaid apaid apaid
paid clerk appointed by Mrs Scotts Scottsinfluence ScottsIrfluence Scottsinfluence
influence when she was defeated for of office office offlee ¬
fice Therefore they the claim lalm a snub ad administered administered administered ¬
ministered her could not be termed In Insubordination Insubordination insubordination ¬
subordination subordinationMrs subordinationMrs It ItMrs
Mrs Scotts letter dismissing Miss MissGerald MissGerald MissGerald
Gerald follows followsMiss fol1owsnM followsta
Miss nM ta Agnes Gerald tI 502 S F street street Washington WuhIn n D a aDear C CDtr cD
Dear D r Miss Gerald You am hereby heret iafenned that thatyou
you sra diMntfind is dark for copying cop1 ng Continental ContinentalHall OImtinentalHaJl tntinentaiHall
Hall rcaortb and from the clerical Mirfcc MrTi of the theNational theXatiomLl theat1ccal
National at1ccal Society Daughters Da l1ters of the American Hero HerotntfcjB ReroIIIUo flembitten
tntfcjB Your salary will continue until unl the 1st of ofMarch ofIareh ofMard
March Nit l 151 t only bat butoo you are relieved from further furtheretariral fl11therekorieIl furtherdieiI
etariral duties and directed not to report to head headquarters beadQ1IUten Jpqg Jpqgqearini
quarters after er today todayThis todarTbIs tolayThis
This ocmtEO on my part nrt has beceme necessary necessaryowing neecuarsowing I Iowiag
owing to yesr continued tOI1 tiuxl and persistent acts Ad and andattitude andattitsde
attitude ef o ImrobordinaUor aa a an employe which whiehcnlKlMted whidteu1mlaated whichedtuated
I
cnlKlMted in jwr uur action of February 2L Zl Yours Yourstmljr YourstndJ Yourstrrily
tmljr JULIA G SCOTT SCOTTPresident SCOTTPresidrnt gcorrPresident
President General GeneralLetter Gen ral al alLetter I ILetter
Letter to Mrs Scott ScottIn ScottIn ScottIn
In a letter to Mrs Scott on behalf of ofMiss atMiss of1is
Miss 1is Gerald Attorney Williamson said saidI i iI
I andostand und unds < < St tani rd that ilia liss Gerald has satisfactorily satisfactorilyporfonaed ratlafartorilyyxirfeneed i
porfonaed every clerical duty sssieaed aes1 ro her and has hasreceived hasteeiveI i ife
received fe < < iftd ttio approval and commendation of all the theflie thebCks 1 1ebrs
bCks > > ebrs flie r3 of Urn society under wfeon wil she ba has worked workedaod i iaDd
aDd that she kc has been during all this period a aloyal aloyal 1 11ore1
loyal number of the society an officer in a local localchapter leesichapter
chapter C lpCa and a respectful eaapJoje 0 1I and has not done doneany dooeall donean
any all aet S t or A a9lmed s > imert any attitude of insubordination insubordinationto
to any of the officers of the society societyI I
I she note that you do not claim that rite ee has hasbeen hub sa saen
been b en guilty gu of any act or attitude of insnbardination insnbardinationof I
ot which w 1ch you QU bare baT persoual knowledge or to which whichyw wt whichl eb ebe
yw l have e called ned her attention It therefore seems seemsbit UCnIbnt seemsbut
bit jut that she should be advised of any charges chargesmttte C1Arge5J chargesride
mttte J de ugalrst Mr by others oth < 1s and givea an oppor opportunity opporWIIIt1 oprteeky ¬
tunity to be be been in roptct to the same sameCondemnation umetJndemJlaUcn sameOsskrnuticu
Condemnation sod punishment without witheii charges WfbPStitMnt and andTcithaat sadwathest
Tcithaat aprcrUtnity opra n tft r to te heard are cat D t oaJr oa y an anABcricaa 11ftlmt anAacdL
ABcricaa tat illegal I call your OUr atttaUoa to toAttidft toAtdde toArticle
Article XVI of WIT bylaws which e GUA guarante w lItt t e > S to toevery toeTtr1 toetery
every member at the society an opportunity to tobe tobeMan beheard be beSward
Sward SwardMrs heardMrs
ManMrs
Mrs Gerald rald denied yesterday that she shehd 3hehad thehad
had said her daughters discharge was not notthe notthe notthe
the result of society politics she declared declaredtbe declaredthe declaredthe
the entire action of the he administration administrationwas dmlnI8trnt1onwas
was an aftermath of faetlonajU ttctioflat etlonat fights In Inthe Inthe inthe
the last national convention when When Mrs MraStory MrsStory irs irsStory
Story was defeated by a a few votes otes for forpresident forpresIdent forpresident
president general generalClcrpry generalC1
Clcrpry C1 ry Against More Ship ShipBoston ShIpBoston Ships3oston
Boston 3oston March L 1The The clergymen of ofBoston ofBoston ofBoston
Boston and vicinity to the number of ofiOO ofiOOare 500 500are 100are
are signers of a remonstrance against the thefurtlior theI thefurther
I further increase of the th United States SUtesnavy Statesi Statesnavy
i navy which was was forwarded to Congress Congresstonight CongresstonlSht Congresstonlbt
tonight
COMPANYS OMPANY DfFI flEHKNELL J JKNELL
KNELL TO TO PUCE PUCEBig
Big Strike Saturday Is Now Now1Inevitable NowInevitable NowInevitable
Inevitable InevitableCU InevitableCURT InevitableCURT
CURT CU T STATEMENT STAr EMENT ISS ISSUEDWe ISSUED ISSUEDWe U ED EDHYeHave
HYeHave We Have Not Changed Nor NorWill NorWill NorWill
Will We Yet Te Says R P B T TMayor TYor Tyor
Mayor Yor Reybnrn Wlio iio Represent RepresentCity RepresentCity RepresentsCity
City oix on Transit Board Says Arbl Arbltratlon ArbitraUon trbltratlon
tratlon Js Impossible Imp lble and that thatSOOO thatiooo
SOOO 000 Additional Police Will Vlll Be BeEquipped DeEQui BeEauipped
Equipped EQui > > ped to Guard the City City3Ia CIt7lafS Cityiaes
3Ia lafS R Meeting MeeUn to Be Held Tonight TonlfirntPhiladelphia TonightPhiladelphi ronIJ ht htPhUadelphfa
Philadelphia March Mar ihtThe L IThe The Rapid Tran Tran6it TranbIt Trannit
bIt Company Company served 5ened notice tonight upon uponthe uponthe uponthe
the citizens of Philadelphia that they theywould theywould theywould
would do well to mind mlnq their own bus business buBIness busness ¬
ness Every offer made by clergymen clergymenassociations clergymenassocIatlons clergymenassociations
associations civic bodies and Individ Individuals Indtv1duals individuals
uals suggesting a a means of arbitrating arbitratingthe arbItratingthe arbitratingthe
the differences between the company and andthe andthe andthe
the striking motormen and conductors conductorswas conductorswas conductorswas
was turneddown turneddD I1 coldly coldlyThe coldlyThe coldlyThe
The company has announced that It will willnot wlllnot willnot
not deal with its former employes under underany underany underany
any circumstances whatever no matter matterwhat matt matterwhat I Iwhat
what the consequences may be If the thecompany thecompany thecompany
company persists In that hat attitude a a gen general general gerera ¬
eral era strike Is certain next Saturday and andthe andthe andthe
the information tonight is that an hour hourafter houratter hourafter
after the big strike goes into effect < treot troop trooptrains trooptrains trooptrains
trains will start for Philadelphia with withregiments withregiments withregiments
regiments of the National Guard There ThereIs ThereIs
Is less hope for peace pe Ce tonight than for a aweek nweek aweek
week past even when the worst of the therioting thenotInG therioting
rioting was going on onCompany onCompan onCompany
Company Directors Meet MeetPublic 3IeetPubUc MeetPublic
Public opinion resulted this evening In Ina Ina ina
a a meeting of the directors of the Transit TransitCompany TransitCompany TransitCompany
Company There are nine on the board boardPresident boardPresIdent boardPresjdent
President Charles O Kruger vice presi president president president ¬
dent dent C Wolf William H Shelmerdine ShelmerdineJeremiah ShelmerdlneJeremiah ShelrnerdineJeremiah
Jeremiah J Sullivan Augustus B Loeb LoabJohn LoebJohn LoebJohn
John B Parsons Henry Phipps P A B BWioener BWl BWidener
Widener Wl ener and George D Widener Vldene In ad addition addition additiop ¬
dition there > are three directors who whorepresent Whorepresent whorepresent
represent the interests of the city of ofPhiladelphia ofPhiladelphia ofPhiladelphia
Philadelphia as a party to the municipal municipalcontract municipaloontlltct municipaloontzct
contract with the company They are areMayor areMayor areMayor
Mayor Reyburn William H Carpenter Carpenterand Carpenterand Carpenterand
and George HEarle HEarleThere H Earle Earlehere Earlerhere
There here wai wa a a strong belief this af after aterl afternonhoaitbscaire1enoptha ter terrectors
nonhoaitbscaire1enoptha l b t e4 that th thu di direct dirtirs
rectors rect rs were ereto to meet me t that some offer o oarbitration oarbItration of ofarbitration
arbitration would be entertained by the thecompany thecompany thecompany
company As a matter of fact such sucha sucta
a a course coursewouId would have been welcome welcometo
to several of the directors but they theywere theywere theywere
were overruled by the determined opposi opposition opposition opposilion ¬
tion of the the citys representatives In the thedirectorate thedirectorate thedirectorate
directorate directorateEarle directorateEarle directorateEarle
Earle Reyburn and Carpenter resisted resistedpeace resistedpenca resistedpeace
peace suggestions suggestionsIt
It came cam finally to writing out a state statement statement statemeat ¬
ment The statement was prepared by bythe bythe bythe
the general counsel of the P R T Ellis EllisAmes EUlsAmes EllisAmes
Ames Ballard As It stood originally originallywas orlglnallyt orlglnallytwas t twas
was sufficiently antagonistic to offer offersIntervention offerIntervention v vIntenentlon
Intervention but it was so worded that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the P R T was not committed Mr MrEarle MrEarle MrEarle
Earle attended to the future With his hisown hisown hisown
own hand he wrote In a phrase which put putthe putthe puttho
the company on record as permanently permanentlyopposed pennanentlyopposed persnanentlyopposed
opposed to peace measures The original originaldraft onglnaldratt originaldraft
draft of the statement prepared for the thenewspapers thenewspapers thenewspapers
newspapers read readStatement readStatement readStatement
Statement Is Made Stronger StrongerAt
At the conclusion of an Informal con conference conference conterence ¬
ference of the Rapid Transit directors directorsPresident directorsPresldent directorsPresident
President Kruger stated sl ted that the company companyhas conpanyhas companyhas
has not changed its attitude In respect respectto resp ct ctto
to arbitration as already areed outlined in Its Itsreply Usreply itsreply
reply to the Ministers Association AssociationTha AseoolatlonThs AssociationThe
The statement after Mr rIr Earle arle revised revisedit re1sedIt
it read as follows followsAt followsAt followsAt
At the conclusion of an Informal con conference tontClrence conforenco ¬
ference of the Rapid Transit directors directorsPresident directorsPresident irectOrsPresident
President Kruger stated that the corn cornContinued comContinued cornContinued
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Warrant for Those Indicted IndictedTrenton IndictedTre IndiciedTreiiton
Trenton Tre Treiiton ton March 1 IProsecutor Prosecutor Garven Garvenof
of Hudson County applied to Justice JusticeSwayze JusU JusUSwayze JusticeSwayze
Swayze today for an order compelling compellingthe compelllngthe compellingthe
the National Packing Company Swift SwiftCo SwiftCo SwiftCo
Co Armour rmour Co and Morris Co to toproduce toproduce toproduce
produce forthwith their books and min minutes minutes miiiutes ¬
utes for inspection by the grand jury jurywhich jur jurwhich jurYwhich
which has been investigating cold storage storageplants storageplants storageplants
plants In Jersey City Clt and vicinity Jus Justice JustIce Juttice ¬
tice Swayze reserved decision decisionThe decisionThe decisionThe
The prosecutor also called upon Gov GovFort GovFort GovFort
Fort and informed him that earlier in the theday theday theday
day he had placed In the hands of the thesheriff thesherif thesheriff
sheriff warrants for the arrest of the in indicted Indicted Indicted ¬
dicted directors The governor assured assuredMr aSfiuredMr assuredMr
Mr Garven that should it be necessary necessaryhe necessaryhe
he would sign the therequlsitlon requisition papers for forthe forthe forthe
the extradition of the directors who aro arooutside arooutside areoutside
outside the State StateELECTIONS StateELEOTIONS StateELECTIONS
ELECTIONS IN VERMONT VERMONTLiquor VERMONTLiquor VERMO1TLiquor
Liquor Sentiment Increases Accord According AccordIng Accordlug
ing to Early Return ReturnBurlington IteturnBurlington iteturnsBurlington
Burlington VL 1 March arch 1 tThe The annual annualMarch annualarch annualMarch
March arch meetings wore held today tod y In 2K 2Kcities mclUes 24 24cities
cities and towns of the State Fhe he main mainInterest mainInterest maininterest
Interest centered in the vote ote on licensed licensedselling lIcens licensedselling d dsctung
selling of intoxicating liquors Returns Returnslit
lit a late hour showed that twentyseven twentyseventowns twentyseventowns twentyseventowns
towns and cities had voted Yes It is isprobable Isprobable Isprobable
probable that the number will be close closeto closeto closOto
to thirty when Wfl the full returns are re received receIved recelved ¬
ceived as compared with twentyseven twentysevenlast twentysevenlastyeDr
last lastyeDr lastyeDrBERNSTORFF year yearBEENSTOEPF yearBERNSTOBPP
BEENSTOEPF IS HONORED HONOREDKnlner HONOREDKahler HONOREDICnlser
Knlner Confers Decoration of the theRed theRed theRed
Red Eagle Order OrderBerlin OrderBerlin OrderBerlin
Berlin March l IThe The Kaiser alser has conf conff cort con conforred
f erred the th second class decoration of the theOrder theOrder ttoOrder
Order of the Red Eagle with oak leaves leaveson leaveson leaveson
on Count von Bernsdorff German Ambas Ambassador Ambassador Ambassador ¬
sador to the United States stat I presumably In Inconnection Inconneotlon Inconnection
connection with the recent arrangement arrangementconcerning arrangementoncemlnS arrangementoaeerning
concerning the American tariff tariffFalrbankse tarltr1nlrbanklu tariffrairbankacs
Falrbankse 1J Arrive rrtve In London LondonLondon LondonL LondenLndon
London L n on March 1 tEx LExVice ExVice VIce President Presidentand Presidentand Presidentend
and Mrs Fairbanks bava arrived hr be

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