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A QUALITY QUALITYNO PAPER OF OFQUALITY THE f WASH WASHINGTONCIRCUIfATInN INGT i ON B ERA LD LARGEST CIRCULATION CIRCULATIONNO CIRCULATIONl CIRCULATIONNO MORNING MORNINGCIRCULATION MOHN < hG
NO 1283 l WASHINGTON D C MONDAY APRIL 11 1910 TWO CENTS
fiERCE fORE FOREST T TfiRES I IFIRES
fiRES RAGING RAGINGFarmers GING GINGIN
IN M RYUN RYUNFallnerS
Farmers Fight Flames in inPrince inPrince iiiPrince
Prince George GeorgeTIMBER GeorgeTIMBER GeorgeTIMBER
TIMBER TRACTS LOST LOSTDense LOS1Dense LOSTDense
Dense Smoke Enshrouds E ETowns Near Nearby Nearby Nearby ¬
by Towns and Villages VillagesSparks VillagesSpark VillagesSparks
Sparks from Pennsylvania PennBhanl Railroad llallroailLocomotive UaUro RailroadLocomotive lI lILocomotfTe
Locomotive Causes Blaze Which WhichVrealcs WhlohYreaks WhichWreaka
Vrealcs Havoc In Woods Vo01 and Over OverFarms OcrFnrmll OverFarms
Farms Around round Lanham Seabrook Seabrookfand Seabrookand Seabrookand
and Glenndale GlenndaIeFanned Panned by Wind WindThousands WindThousands Ind IndThoullnnllll
Thousands of Dollars LostPierce Lost LostFierce Lostl
l Fierce forest fires are raging in inPrince inPrince inPrince
Prince George County Count Md andhundreds and andhundreds andhundreds
hundreds of acres of timberland timberlandaround timberlandaround timberlandaround
around Lanham Seabrook and andGlenndale andGlenndale andGlenndale
Glenndale small villages on the thePennsylvania thePennsylvania thePennsylvania
Pennsylvania Railroad and on the theWashington theVashington theashington
Washington ashington Baltimore and Annap Annapolis Annapolis Annapolis ¬
olis Electric Railway are lost lostSparks lostSparks lostSparks
Sparks from a Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaRailroad Pennslvania PennslvaniaRailroad PennsylvaniaRailroad
Railroad locomotive caused the theblaze theblaze theblaze
blaze which all of yesterday yesterdaywrought yesterdaywrought yesterdaywrought
wrought havoc in the woods and andover andover andover
over the farms in that vicinity vicinityThe vicinityThe vicinityThe
The burned area is said to be a amile amile amile
mile and a half long By two miles milesdeep milesdeep milesdeep
deep
HUNDREDS OX O i SCENE SCEXBWhen SOE SCENEWhen iE iEWhen
When the fire was discovered and the thealarm thealarm thealarm
alarm sounded through the village mege o oLanham oC oCLanham ofLanham
Lanham hundreds of persons pers ns men menwomen meawomen menwomen
women and children turned out to wit witness witness whness ¬
ness the fire which at first was thought thoughtto
to be small smallIn smallIn smallIn
In one place it was extinguished and andthinking andthinking andthinking
thinking that was the end of it the thefarmers thefarmeI thefarmers
farmers s left for their homes Hardly Hardlyhad Hardlyhad Hardlyhad
had they reached their houses when the thealarm thealarm thealarm
alarm was again sounded the fire l1r this thistime tIJistim thistime
time tim being In In it t tJt b t heartQfth1 isart7 art ot tthffh theJJg g trYi1O wQo4Sermeri woods woodsFermersaIriuii < o oF
FermersaIriuii F rmenr J rri turned turn out out in and made madeefforts madeertorts madeetiorts
efforts to extinguish e ftgul h the fire but all at attempts attfmpts attempts ¬
tempts were Unavailing UnavailingBy UnavnlllngBy UnavailingBy
By that time the fire fanned to a fury furyby furyby furyby
by a stiff southeast wind had spread spreadand spretldand spreadand
and all hopes hop of saving stlylng the timber were wereabandoned wereuuandoned wereuDandoned
abandoned abandonedDitches uuandonedDitches uDandonedDitches
Ditches were dug and then the farmers farmersturned farmerstur1ed farmersturned
turned their attention to to tearing up the theunderbrush theunderbrush theunderbrush
underbrush This had a tendency to tocheck toheck tocheck
check the fire somewhat but an UnOX unexpected UnOXpeded unoxpected ¬
pected change In the wind caused it to tosweep toswetp tosweep
sweep back consuming everything in its itspath Itspath itspath
path
Fire Gained Galne Headway HeadwayMeanwhile Ueallwn UeallwnMeanwhile HeadwayMeanwhile
Meanwhile the fire had gained consid considerable considerable considerable ¬
erable headway and before long it had hadextended hadextended hadextended
extended to the towns of Seabrook and andGlenndale andGlenndale andGlenndale
Glenndale Fortunately the wind w was wasblowing wasblowing s sblowing
blowing in the opposite direction and andit andIt andit
it was due to this fact that the firedid fire firodid firedif
did dif not enter these Ue villages villas On one of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the pieces of property an old shack was wasdestroyed wasdestroyed wasdestroyed
destroyed destroyedThe destroyedThe destroyedThe
The Pennsylvania Railroad Company Companywas
was notified and dispatched a crew of ofmen ofmen ofmen
men to the scene who greatly aided the thevolunteer thevolunteer thevolunteer
volunteer flre fighters fightersArmed filrhtersArmed fightersArmed
Armed with axes picks and shovels shovelsthse shovelsthse shovelsthese
thse men secured a position ahead of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the fire and by means of digging diggingtrenches dlgst dlgsttrenches diggingtrenches
trenches and chopping down the trees treesprevented treesprevented treesprevented
prevented the fire from assuming more moreserious moreserious moreserious
serious proportions proportionsThe proportionsThe proportionsThe
The fire in itself was spectacular and andpersons andpersons andpersons
persons for milts around the country countrywere c countrywere ntry ntrywere
were attracted to the scene by the dense denseclouds denseclouds denseclouds
clouds of smoke which bleh arose in the air airand airand airand
and at times shut off the rays of the sun sunThe sunThe sunThe
The roar of the flames as the Are demon demonate demonate demonate
ate its way wa through the woods practically practicallydrowned pracUcallydrowned practicallydrowned
drowned the noise of passing tralna tralnaHuge tralnalIuge trainsHuge
Huge Trees Felled FelledAs FelledAs FelledAs
As the huge trees fell to the ground groundshowers groundshowers groundshowers
showers of sparks filled the air 8 r and were werecarried werecarried werecarried
carried miles over the country by the thewind thewind thewind
wind in some places nearly setting farm farmhouses farmhousos farmhouses
houses and barns afire These small smallflres smallfires smallfires
fires were extinguished however with without without without ¬
out causing much damage damageThe damageThe damageThe
The damage will reach up in the thou thousands thousands thousands ¬
sands of dollars all of the Umber being beingvaluable beingRluable beingvaluable
valuable valuableLIVED valuableLIVED RluableLIVED
LIVED WITH TWO WIVESOhio WIVESOhio WIVES WIVESOhio
Ohio Man In Looked Upon as a Hero Heroliy HeroII Heroby
liy II Grand Jury JuryStenbenville JuryStenbenvllJe JuryStenbenvllle
Stenbenville Ohio April 1OoThe 10 The Jef Jefferson Jefferson Jofferson ¬
ferson County grand jury which reported reportedthirtyeight rcportodthirtyeight reportedthirtyeight
thirtyeight indictments failed to Indict IndictCharles IndIctCharles indictCharles
Charles Spoonholtz of Warren township townshipwho townshipwho townshipwho
who had been living with two wives for fortwentysix lortwontyslx fortwentysix
twentysix years on the ground that he hebad hellad hohad
bad done a manly duty In supporting thewives the thewives thewives
wives and their children childrenThe childrenThe childrenThe
The case is one of the lh strangest in the thehistory thehistory i ihistory
history of Ohio SpoonhoItz married both bothyoung bOUloung bothyoung
young oung women about the same time then thentold thentold thentold
told them what he had done He prom promised promIiled promised ¬
ised to take care of both of them if theywould they theywould theywould
would be friendly with ea eah h other and andnot andnot andnot
not ask who had been married first or orraise orraise orraise
raise other embarrassing questions The Thewives Thewhes Thewives
wives lived In harmony twentysix yean yeanbefore yeanbelore yearsbefore
before jealousy cropped out outShipment outSblpment outShipment
Shipment of Yellow Perch Made MadeHarrisburg llrulcHarrisburg MadeHarrisburg
Harrisburg Pa April 10By direction directionof
of State Fish Commissioner Meehan the thefirst thefirst thefirst
first shipment of yellow e1Jow perch fry was wasmade wasmade vasmade
made yesterday yesterdays It 30000000 of the little fish fishbeing fishbeing fishbeing
being sent from the Torresdale hatchery hatcheryt
t tel < t various streams in Eastern Pennsylvania Pennsyl Pennsylvania pennsylBnla ¬
vania Bnla Other nnlpments l lpmantl from various varioushatcheries varioushatcheries varioushatcheries
hatcheries will follow and it is expected expectedto
to exceed the total output of last year yearwhich yearwhIch yearwhich
which was 307000000 307000000Floral 3O000QOOFJorRJ 30ie00000Floral
Floral Designs by JJ BInclcIatone BInclcIatoneare
are exceptionally beautiful 14th and H
WEATHER FORECAST FORECASTFor
For the District of Columbia ColumbiaFair ColumbiaFair ColumbiaI
Fair I + air today showers tomorrow tomorrowor to morrow morrowor
or tomorrow night light north northto northto northwinds
to northeast northeastHERALD winds windsHERALD windsHERALD
HERALD NEWS E S SUMMARYPages SUMMARY SUMMARY1FJres SUMM RY RYPase
Pages Pages1Fires l lIFIrM
1FJres Rage Rllge in MarylandHouse Maryland MarylandHouse Iar land i iHouso
House insurgents nsurgonts Balk BalkItalians BalkItnlians BalkItalians
Italians Honor Roosevelts RooseveltsChinamen RooseveltsChinamen 1 1ChInamen
Chinamen Slain in n Tong War WarWire WarIra WarWire
Wire Ira Tappers Clean Up UpFrench UPFrench UpFrench
French Premier Attacked Atlackea2Washington Attacked2Washington
2 2Washington Washington Aeros Resentful ResentfulVereln Resentfu1Verein ResentfulVerein
Verein Plans an Annex AnnuSEloplng Annex3Eloping
3 SEloplng Eloping Baroness Sought SoughtRockefellers SouShtRock6fellors SoughtRockefeliers
Rockefellers Church to Build Build4EdltorIaI Build4Edltorlal Build4Editorial
4EdltorIaI 4Edltorlal6Socloty 4EditorialfiSocloty
6Socloty fiSocloty6Sporting 6 6Socloty6SportIng Society Society6Sporting
6Sporting 6SportIng71n 6Sporting7In
7 71n In World of Women WomenS Vomon8Nows
S 8Nows News ows of Alexandria AlexandriaWall AloUn Alexandria9Wall < 1rIa 0 0Yall
9Wall Wall Street News NewsViews NowsViews NewsViews
Views of the POODle PooDle10Suffragists I IIGSuffragists
10 IGSuffragists Suffragists to War WarWashington WarWlshlngton WarWashington
Washington and Sabbath SabbathNo SabbathHO SabbathHOUSE
HO HOUSE IN INSURGENTS INSURGENTSAIDLEGISLATION URGNT URGNTTO
TO AID AIDLEGISLATION AIDLEGISLATIONNo lEGI5l TION TIONNo
No More Ioro Time 1 me for lights Fi lits at atThis atIhis atThis
This Session SessionTAWiNEIr SessionTAVNEY SessionTAVNEYIS
TAWiNEIr TAVNEYIS IS GOING HOMERule HOME HOMERule HOM HOMRulc
Rule Shutting Shutting Off Amendments Amendmentsto
a ato
to Be Brought Brought BroughtMurdock In 1113Inrdoclc InJlurdock
3Inrdoclc Says Republicans Cannot CannotAfford CannotAfford CannotAtlord
Afford to 0 Have This Congre CongreKnown Congress CongTemIlinon Congresskno
Known kno mn an 1 Do Nothing Body Dod and andThat andIlaot andPhat
That All lVIHGet Together and andPUHU andPUSl andPushr
PUHU Legislative Programme ProgrammeUall ProgrammeUallJroad ProgrammeRaflrond Rn 11 11road
Jroad road Bill Cornea Come Up Today TodayLeaders Tod TodayLeaders T TLeaders
Leaders among the House insurgents insurgentswtll Insurentswt11 insurgentsvf11
wtll do nothing during the remainder rem 1nder of ofthis otthis ofthis
this session of Congress which will willblock w1l1block willblock
block or delay the major legislation al already alre already ¬
ready re dy planned but on the contrary will willdo willdo willdo
do everything in their power to aid the theadministration theadministration theadministration
administration administration to keep its platform platformpledges pI platformpledges atfom atfompledges
pledges pledgesRepresentative pledgesRepr pledgesRepresentativeMurdookis
RepresentativeMurdookis Representative Repr entathe Murdook Is authority for forthis lorthlli forthis
this statement f ttJment to t which he added the he re remark remark remark ¬
mark mark that t at no Republican RePU1J Ican r regular regular gul or In Insurgent 1nsuri Insurg
suri surgent iit t can afford att rd to t to ran urn the 0 the risk rick of ofhaving ofhaving
having this Congees Conrees known kno t in history asa as asa asa
a donothing CongressPiags Congress CongressPlan3 CongreSPIaqs
Plan3 are well under way in the House Housefor Houlefor Housefor
for bringing the various bills out of com committee committee committee ¬
mittee and pushing pu hing them t em through There Therewill Thorewin Therewill
will be a strong disposition oven anx anxiety anxiety anxiety ¬
iety shown to give the new Rules Com Committee Committee Committee ¬
mittee all the consideration possible In Inorder Inorder Inorder
order to see how how it works and it is ex expected expeetod oxpeoted ¬
pected that they ey tivill will bring in special specialrules specialrules specialrules
rules to guide some some of the larger bills billsthrough billsthrough billsthrough
through the House which will be satis satisfactory satlsfactory satisfactory ¬
factory to all sides It was learned last lastnight lastnight lastnight
night that the proposed pro osed antioption bill billwill billwlU billwill
will be brought into the House under a aspecial aspecial aspecial
special rule shutting off amendment and andthere andthere andthere
there is s little doubt that the House will willpass wlUpass willpass
pass the measure although what its fate fatein fateIn fateIn
in the Senate will be cannot be said saidTawney saidlnneT saidTwney
Tawney Going Home HomeRepresentative HomeReprcsentatIo HomeRepresentative
Representative Tawney T Vner one of the theHouse thoHouse theHouse
House leaders who will leave for his hishome hishome hishome
home today for a weeks trip on personal personalbusiness personalbuslne personalbusiness
business buslne s said last night that the railroad railroadbill railroadbut railroadbill
bill which will come up today tod will 111 take takequite takequite takequite
quite a little time for consideration considerationThis cOftsi considerationThis eratlon eratlonThis
This Is the case with a number of other otherbills otherbUlB otherbills
bills such as the postal savings bank bankbill bankbill bankbill
bill and the antiinjunction bill billThere bUtThere billThere
There will be no time for further furtherfights furtherfights furtherfights
fights in In the Home Representative Mur Murdock Murdock Murdock
dock said last night The railroad bill billalone billalone billalone
alone will need a lot of consideration considerationand considerationand considerationand
and any set of men would find it full of ofintricate ofIntricate ofIntricate
intricate things which will deeply deepl engage engagetheir engagetheir engagetheir
their attention After the railroad bill IB IBpassed IIpa Ispassed
passed pa sed one of the conservation bills is to tohe tobe tobe
be passed and the present plan is IsfolJow to tofollow tofollow
follow that by b the postal savings bank bankbill bankbill bankbill
bill The injunction bill will follow and andthen nndUan andthen
then will came the antioption bill billWe billWe billWe
We shall be so occupied with all these thesemeasures thesemeasures thesemeasures
measures that there will not be time for forContinued fora forjontinuel forContinued
a
jontinuel Continued on Page 2 Column 0 0POLICE 0POLICE 0 0POLICE
POLICE MAY GET MORE PAYNorfolk PAY PAYNorfolk PAYI
I
Norfolk Council Will HI Be Asked to toSleet toIeet toMeet
Sleet Ieet Increase in Cost of oCLhluS oCLhluSNorfolk Living LivingNorfolk LivingNorfolk
Norfolk Va April loRecognizln 10 Recognizing that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the cost of living lhln has greatly increased increasedthe increaseeJI increasedthe
the finance committee of the city councils councilsyesterday councnsI councilsyesterday
I
yesterday recommended that the th pay of ofthe ofthe ofthe
I
the members of the police fire and andstreet andatrtet andstreet
street cleaning departments of the city citybe citybe citybe
be increased increasedCANNOT increasedCANNOT increasedCANNOT
CANNOT OPEN SEE EYES EYESalias EYESJI18s EYESMiss
alias ailller of Hagcutown IIn r1towJt Victim Victimof Victimof lcUm lcUmor
of Strange Affliction AfflictionHagerstown AfflictionHagorstown AfflictionHagerstown
Hagerstown Md April lbMiss ID Miss Mary MaryMiller MaryMUler MaryMiller
Miller eighteen years ears old of Keedys Keedysville Keedysvine ecdya ecdyavllle
ville is the victim of a strange str e affliction afflictionwhich amlctionwhich afflictionwhich
which has baffled the skill of physicians physiciansA
A taw days ago she was seized with a asevere ascverO asevere
severe pain In her head head and almost ahno t Im Immediately Immediately ¬
mediately her eyelids became b eamo affected affectedIn affectedIn
In a abort time both her eyelids closed closedand cloacdand closedand
and they the so 50 remain today to Y She has has no nopower nopower nopower
power In her eyelids eyelidsDr eyelidsDr eyelidsDr
Dr Richard Ricll1lrdV W Rice who is attending attendingher attendingher
her states that the case Is a a rare ana onaCOMPLETES anaC01riPLETES oneCOMPLETES
COMPLETES UNIQUE TABLE TABLEMarietta TAELEJlorfetta TABLEaiarlettn
Marietta Man In n U + red ed 1 2028 08 Pieces of ofForty ofForty
Forty lilndlll Kind of Wood WoodMarietta WoodMaricta VoodMahdtR
Marietta Pa April 10 10Levi Lev M Longenoekee Long Longenecke Longenooket
enecke has completed a unique piece of offurniture otfurniture offurniture
furniture It Is a l table made of forty fortykinds fortykInds fortykinds
kinds of wood in 2628 pieces It required
226 hours work to make makeOn makeOn j jOn
On the top Is an owl artistically de designed designed designed
signed with different colored woods The Thework Thework
work Is so neatly nOfltl done that it would take takean takean takean
an expert to detect a flaw Some of the thepieces thepl thepieces
pieces pl ces of Wood used US6t were in the old oldbrld1e oldbridge j jbridge
bridge burned by the Confederate army armyat armyat armyat
at Columbia
CHINAMEN SUININ SLAIN SLAINong
IN TONG llUT8 EAK EAKOne
One On Leong Le ong b bB and a JFoniBrothers Four EoulBrothers
Brothers B i otbei otbeim s Are Shot Down DownTHIED DownIHIRD
e
THIRD THIRDVietim m HIT 1 1HIT BY YMISr MISTAKE MISTAKEVictim KE KEVictim
Victim Took Seat Vacated by byOne byOne b Y YOne
One Marked for Death DeathFell DeathPell
1 1Pell
Pell and Mott Iott Streets Again Scene of olShooting ofShootlngChu ofShootingChu
Shooting ShootlngChu Clm Moy 10 Yen a Man Ian of ofWealth ofVenIth ofWealth
Wealth Falls and Challenge Is IHQuickly IsQulckl IsQuickly
Quickly Accentod Ac AcceptedNew ptedXe1V Xevr York Po Police Iolice o olice ¬
lice Fear MoVe Shooting May Fol Follow Follow ol ollow ¬
low OutbrcnkWns Outbreak Wnj Warned WarnedNew WarnedNew VarnedNew
New York April Aprlll0The 10 10The The long blue 45s 45sof 45sot 45sof
of the Tong fighters jumped from old oldholsters oldholsters oldholsters
holsters today and within four hours hourstwo hourstwo hourstwo
two Chinamen were killed and a third thirdwas thirdwas thirdwas
was seriously wounded woundedThe woundedThe woundedThe
The fighting was between the On Leong LeongTong LeonSTong LeongTong
Tong and the new organization of the theFour theFour theFour
Four Brothers which has recently risen risenin risenIn risenin
in Pell street to supplant the old Hip HipSing HipSinS HipSing
Sing Tong and to dispute with Tom Leos Leesorganization Leosorganization Leosorganization
organization the gambling monopoly of ofChinatown ofChinatown ofChinatown
Chinatown ChinatownOne ChinatownOne ChinatownOne
One man each of o the On Leongs and the theFour theFour theFour
Four Brothers was shot The third man manwas manwas manwas
was the victim of a mistake He sat In a aseat aseat aseat
seat at a gambling table which had justbeen just justboon justboon
boon vacated bj a Four Brothers man manmarked manmarked manmarked
marked for death and the long muzzle of ofthe oCI ofthe
the searching le lcbhtg 15 which was poked pokedai pOkedlound pokedamound
I ai amound ound a corner from behind a 0 partition partitionspit partitionspit partitionspit
spit its bullet into his vitals vitalsFear vitalsFear vitalsFear
Fear More Shooting ShootingWith ShootlntWith ShootingWith
With one On Leong man dead the theFour theFour theFour
Four Brothers man only wounded and andthe andtlte andthe
the Innocent third party in no ways waystallying waystallying waystallying
tallying up the score the t e balance of ofvengeance ofengeancB ofvengeance
vengeance Is still with tho On Leongs Leongsand Leongsand Leongsand
and tho police believe that more shoot shooting 3hootIS shooting ¬
ing may occur before the old feud drops dropsonce dropsonco dropsonce
once more into smoldering inactionNo inaction inactionNo inactionNo
No one that walks Mott and Pell streets streetsas streetsas streetsas
as a stranger and not of the blood there therecan thereean therecan
can say what hat slipping of a cog in the thesecret thesecret thesecret
secret jealousies between tho gamblers gamblersprecipitated gamblersproelplttted gamblersprecipitated
precipitated the murderous flareup of oftoday oftoday oftoday
today todayTho todayTho todayTho
Tho fighting started at a a few minutes minutesafter mlnutosatter minutesafter
after 1 oclock this hI afternoon Chu Moy MoyYon MoyYon ployYon
Yon one of the big men of the Four FourBrothers FourBrothers FourBrothers
Brothers and counted a man of wealth wealth by bythe bythe bythe
the Chinese was shot down in hIs tracks tracksas
as liooaBsed lto sed sed1 a doorway door ny at fi1Iqtt b Mqtt street streetA stroetA streety
A yefrow j ltdW looseileevod loosesleeved arm shot sholout out from fromthe tromtho fromthe
the doorway they the th heavy gun spoke three threetimes throoUrnes threetimes
times and Chu went down while every everyChinaman c everyChinaman r rCldnaman
Chinaman In the street scattered behind behinddoors bahlnddoors behinddoors
doors doorsWhen doorsWhen
doorshen
When hen Policeman Young of the Eliza Elizabeth Ellzabethsqeet Elizabeth ¬
bethsqeet beth street station pounded down do n from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the corner of the Bowery to Chus side sidehe sidehe sidehe
he lay la fainting in a deserted street An Anambulance Anambulance Anambulance
ambulance from tho Hudson Street Hos Hospital Hospital Hospital ¬
pital carried the wounded Chinaman Chinamanaround Chinamanaround Chinamanaround
around to an operating table where hcrG the thesurgeons thesuroons thesurgeons
surgeons found he had two bullets in one onethigh onethIgh onethigh
thigh and one in the other otherJfot otherNot otherNot
Not Fatally latall Wounded WoundedAfter WoundedAfter YourdedACtor
After they had taken the lead out of ofhim ofhim ofhim
him the surgeons said he would not die dieand dieand dieand
and Frank Nam one of the Four Broth Brothers Brothers Brothers ¬
ers captains who had hurried around aroundto aroundto aroundto
to the hospital to get a private ante antemortgm antemortpm antemorttmm
mortgm statement from Chu while he heseemed heseomed heseemed
seemed to be translating the questions questionsContinued QuestionsContlnuel questionsContinued
Continued on Page 3 Column A AHUGE 4 4HUGE 4HELD
HUGE MEETINGS HELD HELDI HELDThousands HELDThousands
I Thousands Gather at Berlin to Pro Protest Prof
f test Franchise Bill BillBerlin BillBerlin BillBerlin
Berlin April 10 lOThe The Kaisers capital capitalfor capitalfor capitalfor
for the first time In his reign belonged belongedto
to the people today toda without interference interferenceby
by the police The people were officially officiallypermitted officiallypermitted officiallypermitted
permitted to hold political mass meetings meetingsIn
In Berlins three great parks Humboldt Huinboldthaln Humboldthaln Humboldtitem
haln item Friedrlchshain and Treptow to toprotest toprotest toprotest
protest against the Prussian governments governmentsfranchise governmentsfranchise governmentsfranchise
franchise bill billI billOne billOne
I One hundred and fifty thousand people peoplemet peoplemet peoplemet
met peacefully In the three parks and andi andadopted andadopted
i adopted resolutions against the bill billi bUJFiery billFiery
i Fiery speeches were made denouncing denouncingthe
the measure but the police Olice made no at attempt attempt attempt ¬
tempt to check or r suppress the speakers speakersOnethird speakersOnothird speakersOnethird
Onethird of the demonstrators In the theparks thepnrks theparks
parks were women which was extraor extraordinary extraordlnar extraordinary ¬
dinary dlnar because the Prussian laws forbid forbidwomen forbidwomen forbidwomen
women from participating p In political politicall politicalmeetirgs politicalmeetings
meetings meetingsl meetirgsroda meetingsTodays
l
l Todays roda s peaceful p aceful demonstrations are areconsidered areconsiderod areconsidered
considered doubly important as forming aprecedent a aprecedent aprecedent
precedent for thu right of free frie assembly assemblywhich assemblYwhlell assemblywhich
which the authorities hereafter will find findit findIt findIt
it difficult to disregard disregardAs di rcgnr rcgnrAs
As here so in the provincial cities the theSocialists theSocla116t5 theSocialists
Socialists were allowed to demonstrate demonstrateagainst demonstrateagainst demonstrateeagainst
against the franchise bill to their heartscontent hearts heartscontent heartscontent
content and everywhere the meetings meetingswero meetingswero meetingswere
wero orderly orde y One of the largest gaUl gatherings gaUlerings gatlmerings ¬
erings was at Bremen where In addition additionto addition additionto
to an unrestricted meeting the Socialists Socialistswere SocIalistswere Socialistswere
were allowed to parade the streets str ets with withred withred withred
red flags
AVIATOR IS INJURED INJUEEDCurtls nIJUREDCurti INJUREDCurtlas
Curtls Curti > Aeroplane Falls on Antonio Automobile AuomobUe Antoniobile ¬
bile and C J Mars Mar larH Is liart liartMemphis Ilurtriemphts Hurt HurtMemphis
Memphis April 10 toAvIator Aviator C J Bud BudMars BUdlIars BudMars
Mars pupil or Glenn Curtiss was badly badlyInjured badl badlInjured badlyinjured
Injured this afternoon when his aeroplane aeroplanefell neroplanefoil aeroplanefell
fell on an automobile automobile wrecking both boththe boththe boththe
the air and the road machines A broken brokensupport brokensupport brokensupport
support of the airship tore an ugly gash gashin gashIn gaslmIn
in the aviators threat and the shock shockstunned shoekstunnec1 shockstunned
stunned him for so long a time that the thefirst thefl1t thefirst
first report was that he had becjh be l killed killedbut killedbut killedbut
but attending physicians stated later that thatMars thatMars thatMars
Mars would recover recoverCivil recoorCITll recoverCivil
Civil War Railroad Man Dead DeadHarrlsburg DeadHarrisburg DeadHarrisburg
Harrisburg Pa April 10 10George 10GeorgeWhiteman George GeorgeWhiteman or8e or8eYhlteman
Whiteman ore or e of the oldest railroaders railroadersIn
In this part of the State died here yes yesterday yesterdny yesterdad ¬
terday Ha entered the employ of the thePennsylvania thQPonnsyhania time timePennsylvania
Pennsylvania Railroad In I860 and had hadcharge hadchargo hadcharge
charge of the transportation of troops troopsduring troopsdurini troopsduring
during the civil war He was afterward afterwardtrainmaster afterwardtrainmbter afterwardtrainm
trainmaster trainmbter trainm ster of the middle division and andstation nndstation andstation
station master at Harrisburg
FOREWARNED FOR WARNED FOREARMED FOREARMEDJ FOREARMEDJfI fI
EIGHT MEN KILLED KILLEDPremature KILLEDPremature KILLEDPremature
Premature Explosion of Dynamite Dynamiteat
at San Antonio Tex TexSan TexSan TexSan
San Antonio Tex April 18 lAa AS the ro result rosuit rosuit ¬
suit of premature explosion of lSQO kegs kegsof keg1lof kegsof
of dynamite this afternoon eight men menwere menwere menwere
were blown to atoms three badly badlymangled badlymangled badlymangled
mangled and one is missing missingWOMAN mIssingWOMAN missingWOMAN
WOMAN ElOPES WITH BOY BOYXcw BOYXc BOYNew
New Xc 11 Haven Parents Will 111 Endeavor Endeavorto
to Have Marriage Annulled AnnulledNew AnnuI1clXew AnnulledNew
New Haven April 16 leThe The elopement of ofJam ofJames ofJames
Jam James e B Wilson sixteen years old wIth wjthGertrude wIthGertrude withGertrude
Gertrude Cullen twentyfive years old oldwas oldWas oldwas
was made known by the filing ltng of 0 the themarriage themarriage themarriage
marriage certificate certlft ate te by Justice Mulllns of ofBridgeport ofBridgeport ofBridgeport
Bridgeport It had been reported that ho hoi homarrIed homarried
i married them in his office on March 2 2but 21 21bQt 25but
but the couple denied it until today todayWilson todayWU todayWilson
Wilson WU p ie a son pn on of 0LWUII of WIUaj P WiJsaa Pilson aprominent a aprominent ft ftprooonMit
prominent prominent bushe buetoras b s maD He 1fo was prepar preparing prelHlfJng preparing ¬
ing for Yale Mis Miss 11M Cullen Is a daughter daughterof
of Patrick Cullen of Springfield SpnftsfteldMass SpnftsfteldMassTIle Mass MassThe MassThe
The parents PAren of Wilson will try to have havethe haethe havethe
the marriage annulled There is ne State Statelaw StateJaw Statelaw
law in Connecticut which imposes a acbilrgo acharge
1 charge of abduction for eloping with a ayoung ayoung ayoung
young man of tender years yearsULLIOH yea115IMILLION yearsMILLION
MILLION DOLLARS DOLLARSIS
IS THE CLEANUP CLEANOPOF CLEANUPOF
OF WIRE TAPPERS TAPPERSTrick TAPPERSTrick TAPPERSTrick
Trick Is Successful in Many Manyof Man Manof allJ allJof
of the Larger Cities CitiesPhiladelphia CitiesPhiladeJphla CitiesPhiladelphia
Philadelphia April prn 18 18A A wiretapping wiretappinggame wiretappinggame wiretappinggame
game of gigantic proportions was pulled pulledoff pulledot
off ot in the Philadelphia pool rooms yes yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
terday It is said it extended to New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York Chicago and about every large largecity largecity largecity
city in the country The medium by bywhich bywhich bywhich
which the trick was consummated was wnsthc wasthe j jthe
the fourth race at Oakland OaklandOne OaklandOne OaklandOne
One hundred thousand dollars was wascleaned wasclean wascleaned
cleaned clean up here but it is stated 1100004 1100004wasrealized 1000098 1000098was IOOQOO8was
was wasrealized realized by the tappers throughout throughoutthe throughoutthe throughoutthe
the country The wire tappers sent the thewrong theTong thewrong
wrong prices and jockey to the Informa Information Information information ¬
tion bureau and selected Redeem the thelongest thelongest thelongest
longest shot in the race as the winner winnerWhen winnerWhen winnerWhen
When it was time for the fourth Oak Oakland Oakland Oakland ¬
land to be run a a fake description of the theevent theevent theevent
event was forwarded giving Redeem R deem at at
12 to 1 as the winner Emissaries of the theplotters theplotters timeplotters
plotters were in all the Philadelphia pool poolrooms poolrooms poolrooms
rooms and their wagers t ers were wpre w pro paid off offwithout of ofwithout offwithout
without suspicion the result being con confirmed confirmed confirmed ¬
firmed firmedThey firmedThey firmedThey
They had bet on previous races to di divert divert divert ¬
vert attention Fifteen minutes after aftersettlements attersettlements aftersettlements
settlements had been made a true tru de description deserlptlon deseriptlon ¬
scription of oCtilerace the race was received recotvedBishop receivedBishop receivedBIshop
Bishop W at 9 to 5 being the actual actualwinner aot actualwinner SLl SLlwinner
winner winnerThen winnerThen winnerThen
Then there was w s consternation among amongthe amongI amongthe
I the t e pool room operators ope tor5 but it was too toolate tooI toolate
late The conspirators r s had departed depart d with withthe withthe withthe
I the money The pool room men think the lhewire thewire thewire
wire tapping was done done In the West est but butthis butthis butthis
this Is not known knownChicago knownChicago j jChicago
Chicago Aprill0Local April Id tOoLocal Local rpool rooms es escaped escaped escaped ¬
caped being burned by alleged wire tap tappers tappers tappers ¬
pers on false reports of the fourth race at atOakland atOakland atOakland
Oakland yesterday by accident The central cen central central ¬
tral or clearing station of the Chicago Chicagobookmakers Chicagobookmakers Chicagobookmakers
bookmakers was raided just after the thesecond thosecond thesecond
second race ra e at the California track had hadboon hadbeen hadbeen
been run and no money was taken by the thehandbooks thehandbooks thehandbooks
handbooks on the subsequent races racesDIES racesDIES maces macesDIES
I IAgetl
DIES OF HIS INJURIES IUJTJRIESAged INmRm INJURIESAged
Aged Member of Kotwe of 01 C Commons Commonsi ComUlonllThrown CommonsThrown
i Thrown from Horse HorseLondon HorseLondol HorseLondon
London April IOThe 10 The Ri Right ht 1Ion 1IonJa ton tonJames on oni
i James Ja 8 Tompkinson the seventy 8eent aeventyyearold aeventyyearoldmember yearold yearoldmember Ylarohlmember
member of the House of Commons who whowas whowus whowas
was thrown from the horse he was waS riding ridingyesterday ridingyesterday ridingyesterday
yesterday in the House of Commons Stee Steeplechase steeplochase 9teepieehaee ¬
plechase died from rom the th effects of his in injuries InjUliOS injuries ¬
juries
Isaac N NGntreJI Gatrell Dead DeadSpsefel Deadto DeadmSl
Spsefel mSl dal to The Washington Wubi gt n Herald HcraMGraf HernJdGrafton HeraldGrafton
Graf Grafton ton W V Va April 10 1 1DIsaaC Isaac N NGalrell NGatrell NGatroll
Galrell who served in t thja tie Eleventh lev nth VIr VlrVolunteers VIrginia Virginia
ginia Volunteers in tHo t civil war died diedsuddenly diedsuddenly diedsuddenly
suddenly at his home homei1 in i Moatsville this thiscounty thiscounty thiscounty
county of paralysis He was seventy seventyseven seventyBoven seventyseven
seven years enrs of age and is survived by byIs byhis byls
his Is wife and one daughter daughterj
j
INSURGENTS URGNTS BALK BUKT BALKAT
AT T WI ICKERSHAM ICKERSHAMPresidents KERS M MPresidents
Presidents Words W orels of Peace PeaceWill PeaceViII PeaceWill
Will Clear Atmosphere AtmosphereCOMMENT Atlnospheref AtlnosphereCOMMENT AtmosphereCOMMENT
f
COMMENT ON T SPEECHES SPEECHESTaft SPEECHESTaft SPEECHESTaft
Taft Not Judging Men on Their TheirTariff fJ TheirTariff heir heirTariff
Tariff Opinions OpinionsCummin OpinionsCummins
Cummins Says SI1 Attorney ftorne General GeneralAttempt GeneralAttempt GeneralsAttempt
Attempt to Read People Out of ofPnrtr ofParty
Party > > artT I 1M Mistake of HI Ills Iifc IlreHe He Is IsIgnorant IsIgnorant
Ignorant of Makeup of Organiza Organization OrganfztlonXeer OrgnniztitionNever
tion tlonXeer Xevcr Fought Its BattlesThe BattlesTheTest IJattleu The TheTest TheTcst
Test Hot to Be Accepted AcceptedAn
An interesting situation has arisen as asa as asa
a result of the speeches delivered Saturday Sat Saturday Saturday ¬
urday night by Attorney General Wick Wtekersham lVIekersham Wickersham
ersham and President Taft Insurgents Insurgentsla
in Congress Con ress are inclined to resent the theWickersham theVJckersham theWickersham
Wickersham speech in Chicago as an at attempt attempt attempt ¬
tempt on his part to read them out of ofthe ottho ofthe
the Republican party while they accept acceptair acceptMr acceptMr
Mr Tafts utterances before the League Leagueof
of Republican State Clubs here as de decidedly decidedlY decidodiy ¬
cidedly conciliators conciliatorsThey co conciliatoryThey n cllta toO toOThey
They hammer the Attorney General eneral for forhis torbls forhis
his warlike attitude and admit in the thesame thesame thesame
same breath the Presidents pacificatory pacificatorywords PAcificatorywords pacificatorywords
words will do a a good deal enl toward clearing clear clearing claarIng ¬
ing the atmosphere in Congress CongressIt
It happens however that Mr Wick Wickersham Wlekershnm Wickersham ¬
ersham wont to Chicago as the spokes spokesman spOkesman spokesman ¬
man of the Taft administration and his hisspeech hisspeech hisspeech
speech undoubtedly was O Kd by the thePresident thePresIdent thePresident
President PresidentThe PresIdentThe PresidentThe
The words in the Presidents speech speechthat 5peeehthat speechthat
that the insurgents dwell upon are those thosein thoseIn thosein
in which he declared that no mkn not noteven noteven noteven
even the th President himself has the pow power power power ¬
er or the right to read a Republican out outof outor outof
of the party The insurgents seek to In Interpret Interpret Interpret ¬
terpret this as in conflict con met with the At Attorney Attorney Attorney ¬
torney Generals words Ho that hath hathno hathno bathno
no stomach to tho fight let him depart departRemains departRemulns departRemains
Remains with Congress CongressPresident CongresaPresident CongressPresident
President Tafts friends while they the thenowledge acknowledge ac acknowledge ¬
knowledge that the two speeches may mayseem mayeem mayseem
seem eem somewhat contradictory declare declarethat declarethat declarethat
that the President had no intention of ofopposing otopposlng ofopposing
opposing the Attorney Generals speech speechThey speechThey speechThey
They say that it wits was the Presidents Presidentspurpose Presidentspurpose Presidentspurpose
purpose to impress upon his hearers that thatContinued thatC thatContinued
Continued C ntlnued on Page 2 Column 3 3STUDENT 3STUDENT 3STUDENT
STUDENT IN ELOPEMENT ELOPEMENTYouth ELOPEMENTYouth ELOPEMENTYouth
Youth Notifies Xotl es Parents of His III Romance Ro Romance Ro Romance ¬
mance at Academy AcademyReading Acade AcademyReading n nReading
Reading Pa April 10 lOHarold Harold A AStevens AStevens AStevens
Stevens a student at the Bellefonte BellefonteAcademy BellefonteAcadem BellefonteAcademy
Academy Academ surprised his parents Mr and andMrs andMrs andMrs
Mrs F S Stevens of this city when he hecame hecame heecame
came home with a blushing bride brideIt brideIt brideit
It was the first intimation that a wed wedding wedding wedding ¬
ding had taken place and Mr Stevens Stevenssupposed Stevenssupposed Stevenssupposed
supposed that his son was at the academy academybusy academybUSY academybusy
busy with his studies in preparation for forgraduation forgra forgraduation
graduation gra URJlon this spring springThe springThe springThe
The couple met at Bellefonte over a ayear arenr ayear
year ago and it was known there thatthe that thatthe thatthe
the student was paying attention to Miss MissSlpey lIissSIQey MissS1gey
Slpey but but their wedding was a complete completesurprise comDletesurprJse completesurprise
surprise surpriseRoosevelt surprJseUooscelt surpriseRoosevelt
Roosevelt Will 111 Lecture Here HereThe HereThe HereThe
The National National Geographic Society yes yesterday y Qa Qaterda < js jsterday
terday terda received a latter from Col Co Roose Roosevelt ROOllei Rooseeit ¬
velt i eit 1t dated March li containing hiS Uigpromise hiSpromise lii liipromise
promise to address nrl ross the society soclel on 11ts hlsAfrican 11tsAfrIcan IB IBAfrican
African experiences Tho date will beset besetlater be setlater set setlater
later On March 14 the society cabled cabledIts cabledIts cabledits
Its congratulations to the former Presi President Presldent President ¬
dent arid Invited him to lecture in this thiscity thisoltr thiscity
city
Senator Daniel Hnji Fair Day DayDaytona DayDaytona DarDaytona
Daytona Fla April l lB 14Senate Senatar Daniel Danielhas Danlolhas Daniolhas
has had slightly more pulse and tem temperature temperature temperature ¬
perature than yesterday e5 rdQ otherwise he has hashad ha3had hashad
had a a very fair day
EDITOR SHOT DEADReligious DEADReligious DEAD DEADEeligious
Religious Fanatic Slays the Rev RevFrank RevFrank RevFrank
Frank Skala SkalaPIttsburg SkalaPittsbuft SkalaPittsburg
PIttsburg April 18 tOoRoo Rev Frank Skala Skalaeditor Skalaeditor Skalaeditor
editor of the Christian Journal a Bel Belgian Belgian Belglan ¬
gian religious publication after preach preaching preachIng preaching ¬
ing a sermon in the Second Presbyterian PresbyterianChurch ProobterhmChure PresbyterianChurch
Church Mission at Woods WOO 5 Run North NorthSide NorthSide NorthSide
Side this morning was shot dead as 8 ho hestepped hostepppd hostepped
stepped outside the church by Michael MichaelRewdlcz MichaelRewdlcz MichaelRewdiez
Rewdlcz a Russian religious fanatic who wlioalso whoalso whoalso
also tried to kill Elder John Gay of the thechurch thechurch thechurch
church mission Gay is in a a hospitalwith hospital hospitalwith bOJipltalwith
with three bullets in his body bod He can canrecover canrecover canrecover
recover The murderer escaped escapedMr e8C eeea ed edMr edMr
Mr Skala had been considered c Dslderod the theleader thoooder theleader
leader ooder of hiS people in Western We tem Pennsyl Pennsylvania PennsylvanlL Peansyivanle ¬
vania Last Sunday Pastor Andrew Ievac Ko KoVLC Kovac
vac announced that Editor Editor Skala would wouldoccupy wouldoccupy wouldoccupy
occupy th the pulpit today tod In the U epastors epastorsabSenceTha pastors pastorsabsence pastorsabsence
absence abSenceTha The little mission was as crowded crowdedRewdicz crowdedReWd1e3 crowdedItawdiczz
Rewdicz ReWd1e3 wag wlaqls is understood tto to belong belongto belongto belongto
to many Russian societies attended attnd the theeervke theetvkS thectviee
eervke He took exception to Skalas Skalassermon SkalasI Skalassermon
sermon and rising demanded in a loud loudvoice loudvoiee loudvoice
I voice that he be behunl behunlOn heard heardOn heardOn
On being be lg refused a a hearing 1Inri g Rewdicz Rewdiczleft Rewtllczt Rewdiczleft
t left the church church and awaiting the pastars pas pastors va vators > > ¬
tors appearance appeannce shot him through the theleft tholeft theleft
left lung lungATTACKED JuntPREMIER lungR
PREMIER R J JATTACKED BRIAND BRIANDATTACKED
ATTACKED BY MOB MOBWHILE MOBWHILE 11IOBllILE
WHILE llILE SPEAKING SPEAKltiGPolitical SPEAKINGPolitical 5PEAKIHGPolitical
Political O11i Opponents onents ts Break lp lpMeeting QpMeeting 1 1Meeting >
Meeting MeetingParis at St diamond diamondParis
Paris April AprlllOAfter 10 10After After delivering a speech speechI speechat speechat
I at St St Chamond today todll In which he in inaugurated inaugurated inaugurated ¬
augurated the electoral campaign Prime PrimeMinister PrimeMinister PrimeMinister
Minister Briand was mobbed by pollticaF pollticaropponents pollticaFopponents pollUenropponents
opponents and narrowly escaped Injury InjuryA InjunA injuryA
A warning of what was preparing was wasgiven wasgiven wasgiven
given while the speech was in progress progressby vrogressby progressby
by a a fusillade of stones through the win windows wIndows windows ¬
dows of the hall hallA lUlUl
A l little earlier a Spaniard who tried triedto trIedto triedto
to enter a preliminary luncheon without withouta
a a ticket was arrested and was found to tobe tobe
be carrying a revolver M Briands ap appearance app appearance ¬
pearance p aranee in h the street < after his speech speechwas speechwas speechwas
was signaled sh naled to the hostile waiting mob mobby mobb mobby
by b an anarchist firing a revolver into the theair theair theair
air as a protest against the govern government goernment government ¬
ment as he explained when caught caughtSurrounded roughtSurrounded caughtSurrounded
Surrounded by a body of his political politicalsupporters politicalsupporters politicalsupporters
supporters M Briand moved slowly amid amida amidchorus amida
a a chorus of angry shouts toward the therailway therailway therailway
railway station He had not gone far farwhen farwhen farwhen
when a stone whizzed past pAS his head and andstruck andstruck andstruck
struck a reporter who was walking be beside beside beside ¬
side him Other missiles followed and andthe andthe andthe
the rival parties closed In a furious fight fightThe flghtThe fightThe
The assailants were Unified Socialists Socialistswho Socialistswho Socialistswho
who gave their allegiance to Jaures JauresThey JaureiThey JaurosThey
They regard M Briand as a n renegade renegadeFists renegadoFists renegadeFists
Fists feet canes bludgeons stones stonesrevolvers stonestev01vers stonesrevolvers
revolvers and knives were the principal principalweapons prln principalweapons lpal lpalweapons
weapons used Owing to the close jam jamof jamof jamof
of people and the consequent conse ient difficulty of ofdistinguishing oCdistinguishing ofdistinguishing
distinguishing friend from foe the casu casualty casualt casualty ¬
alty alt list was not very large largeA
A commissary conmmissar y of police received a aheavy aheavy aheavy
heavy whack on the head with a loaded loadedstick loadedsUck loadedstick
stick Two policemen were hurt hurtIt hurtIt hurtIt
It is stated that a woman wom ftn many man of ofwhom ofwhom ofwhom
whom were in the mob was dangerously dangerouslyinjured dangerOuslyinjured dangerouslyinjured
injured injuredM
M Briand reached the station un unscathed unscathed unscathed ¬
scathed and departed leaving the fight fightin fight fightin fightin
in full swing swingCOUNTESS swingCOUNTESS swingCOUNTESS
COUNTESS VESPUCCI DEAD DEADLast DEADI DEADInd DEADLast
I
Last Descendant of the Florentine FlorentineNavigator Florentinealltoor FlorentineNavigator
Navigator Who ho Named America AmericaFlorence AmcrlcaFloronc AmericaFlorence
Florence April 10 10Countess Countess Amerigo AmerigoVespucci AmerigoVOl ArnerigoVespucci
Vespucci VOl > puccI the last direct descendant of ofthe oftbe ofthQ
the Florentine 1lorentlne navigator giving shin his name nameto name nameto
to America is dead at the age of ofnln nlnaty nlnatythree nntttythree ty tythree
three years Death was as due to senility senilityPloodH senUiWi1oorIH serttlityFloods
Floods in Texas TexasAustin TexaNAustin TexasAustin
Austin Tex April prlll0Nearl 10 10Nearly Nearly all of the therivers thecrs therivers
rivers crs in Texas Qns are at the flood stage stageThe 3tageThe stageThe
The Trinity Colorado Nuocss Guada Guadaloupe GuadaIotpc Guadaloupe
loupe Frlo Comal and San Antonio Antoniorivers Antoulorivers Antoniorivers
rivers are out of their banks in many manyplaces manyplaces manyplaces
places and are inundating wide sections soetionsof sBeionsot sectionsof
of of valley valle t8rritor territory The crop and other otherproperty otherpfopert otherproperty
property pfopert losses l es will be much more than thanoffset thanotreet thanoffset
offset otreet by the good goo < 1 that the heavy hc vy rains rainshave rntn rntnbave rainshave
have done the State St te generally generallyi
i
CITY m EN ENFETE ENFETEFOR fETE fETEfOR
fOR ROOS ROOSEVELT ROOSEVELTNDHISFAMILY lT lTNO
NO NDHISFAMILY NDHISFAMILYPorto HIS f Mll MllJorto
Porto Maurizio Welcomes WelcomesIts WelcomesIts WelcomesIts
Its fellow Citizen CitizenIAS Citizen1s
1s PUBLIC RECEPTION EECEPTIONCornier RECEPTIONForiner
Foriner Cornier orl1lel President Speaks inEnglish iiiEnglish in inEnglish
English English b to Throng ThrongDay Tllron g gDay
Day Da of Unmixed Excitement for the ilieIlcautiful theBeautiful theUeoutltul
Beautiful Italian City Clt City > AmericanGuests American AmericanGucMta Ameri an anGuet
Guests of Honor Take Tea withMayorBand WithIoorllancl with withMayor
Mayor MayorBand Ioorllancl Band Plays Pla The Star Span Spangled Sponglcd Spangled ¬
gled Banner Jlal1nerCol Col Roosevelt Rpo eTeIt Reminded Remluded Re Reminded ¬
minded of America by I Greeting GreetingPorto GreetlngPorto GreetingPorto
Porto Maurizio April 10 lOHIt lOHItreminded It Itreminded
reminded me of America Am rica said saidCoL saidCot saidCol
CoL Roosevelt RooieveJt sitting this evening eveningon
on the veranda of Miss Hss Carows Carowsi Carowsvilla Carowsvilla
i villa overlooking overlooking a ataurizio the Bay of of Porto PortoI PortolVlaurizio
I Maurizio It had injleed in eed been a aday aday aday
day of unmixed enthusiasm enthusiasmAgain enthusiasmAgain enthuyastnAgain
Again the th whole hole town was en enfete enfete enfete
fete feteThe feteP
The T P lie central point pointPalace was the Riviera RivieraPalace RiyieraPalace
Palace Hotel outside of which by
3 130 30 the whole population of PortoMaurizio Porto PortoMaurizio Portolaurizio
Maurizio gathered in their Sunday Sundayclothes Sundayclothes Sundayi Sundayclothes
clothes clothesOn clothesOn i
On an angle of the wall 11 just ju t outside the theentrance theentrance theentrance
entrance gala a of the hotel a square can canvas canva5 canvas ¬
vas framed with flowers owers and ad garlands garlandsattracted garlandstUrtetOd garlandsattracted
attracted th the ay oyes yes s of all Across tne tneroad tneroad theroad
road from It t to two Howerbedecked Vene Venetian venetian venetian ¬
tian masts stretched a long wreath ofblasaomm of ofblossoms ofbloSII
blossoms bloSII DrS and evergreens evet na tied in the cen ecnter ceni cnter
i ter with red white wl te and blue ribbons ribbonsClose ribbonaClose ribbonsClose
Close by stood a band and little white whitegarbed whitegarbed whitegarbed
garbed boys and girls of the town to n In Inand InaDd Inand
and out of this central ntral spot fussed the themunicipal themunicipal themunicipal
municipal authorities These had madeIto made madeno mad8no
no agreement as regards regar the correct cos costame costme costunic
tame for the occasion but everyone everyoneshowed ev everxpneshowed > rx ne nesllOW
showed sllOW d iUUag appreciation of its im innparlance importance wpllrtance ¬
parlance portanceTuxedo pllrtanceq
q Wore oreHea + Hena y4 4 trr lr Coot CootTuxe CoatTuxedo
Tuxedo Tuxe ojlldtets jackets eta and derby hats found foundf foundfavor foundfavor
f favor vor with time majority white bttt > black blackbroadcloth blackblO4cJotb blackbroadcloth
broadcloth mitigated by white or tan tangloves tanIoves tangloves
gloves Ioves appalled to others but none per perbape perItaptj perlisps
lisps did greater rv re reverence Hre ce c than he who whobeneath whobenoath whobeneath
beneath the th Italian sun blazfrg ba f in the theblue theblue theblue
blue Itaflten lta ltalhsn sky wore a heavy fur coat coatsilk coatsilk coatsilk
silk hat and brown dogskin tn gloves The Theelite TheeUte Theelite
elite of Porto Maurizio were ranged on onthe onthe onthe
the terrace cf the hotel ho l grounds while whilebelow whUebelow whilebelow
below stretching stretdit far down the road to toward toward toward ¬
ward the town stood what seemed to be betbo 116the bethe
the qntire population popuiatkmAt p puIaUoa puIaUoaAt
At about 431 4 4J loud cheering heenn announced announcedthe announcedthe announcedthe
the arrival of CoL Roosevelts carriage carriaseWith earrlgeWith carriageWith
With Col Roosevelt was fas Mrs Roosevelt Rooeeveltand Rooeevoltand Rooseveltand
and alias Carow The carriage showed showedhow sJlowedhow showedlion
how true had been the aim of the flower flowerthrowing flowertbrowlng flowerthrowing
throwing Porto Maurizians Behind drove drovethe drovethe drovethe
the mayor There was no preliminary preliminarywaste preliminarywaste preliminarywaste
waste of Urn time Col Roosevelt 1tO velt left his hiscarriage hiscarrlage hiscarriage
carriage and a d the bAnd struck up The TheStarspangled TheStarSIJAJ1f1 TheStarspangled
Starspangled Banner which it has been beenplaying beenpJa beenplaying
playing pJa lng ever 91 since B Ke Then the canvas canvassquare C8nvassquare canvassquare
square on the t wall was pulled down and sjidViale andVlait andViaie
Viale Theodore Roosevelt April If lilt 116appeared liltappurcd 1410appeared
appeared on a marble slab beneath Cheer Cheerafter Cheerafter Cheerafter
after cheer arose as the wreath barring lMuTiftgthe burringthe barringthe
the new drive around the back of the thehotel thehotel thehotel
hotel was broken brokenMayor brokenJlaor brokenMayor
Mayor Makes Address AddressThe AdclrcIJlJThe AddressThe
The party then entered the hotel were werethe wftere wfterethe veterethe
the mayor made ma e a short address of fer fervent fervent fervent ¬
vent eulogium and presented Col Roose Roosevelt Roosvelt Roosevelt ¬
velt with the honorary freedom of the thecity thecft thecity
city cft engrossed on silver bon bont 1 parchment parchmentand parchmentand parchmentand
and also a book of views in the neigh neighborhood neqhborhood neighborhood ¬
borhood the work of local artists The Themayor Thema Themayor
mayor ma or alluded to Roosevelt as one who whoworked whow whoworked
worked w rked for peace the people and the themost them themost
most m at recent ctlxen of Llgureia whence whencethe whencethe whencetho
the first man moan sailed ned for the New World WorldCoi WorldCol Torld TorldCol
Col Roosevelt asked the mayor If he hewould hewould hewould
would understand if he spoke in English EnglishIf
If you speak slowly slowl replied the thsmayor themR70r themayor
mayor mayorThen mR70rIheu mayorThen
Then thanking the mayor for having havingspoken havingpoken havingspoken
spoken so slowly in Italian that he under understood tlnderstood understood ¬
stood every eve11 word Col Roosevelt started startedMiss startedMis startedRim
Miss Mis = s Carow acted as interpreter for the thebenefit thebonefit thebenefit
benefit of the audience Col Roosevelt Rooseveltspoke Rooaenltspoke Rooseveltspoke
spoke a few fervent words of thanks and andthen andthen andthen
then made the oracular announcement announcementthat announc announcementthat ment mentthat
that the laws of morality and propriety proprietyobtaining proprietyobt proprietyobtaining
obtaining obt lnln in tho case of individuals should shouldbe shouldbe shouldbe
be observed by nations He concluded by bythanking b bthanking bythanking
thanking his feUowcitisens feUowcitisensA
A move was then made for the hall of ofthe ortile oftime
the hotel where a large party of guests gueststook bUet5took gueststook
took tea with th the mayor after which whichRoosevelt whichRooseelj whichRoosevelt
Roosevelt and ad the whole hole company rose roseContinued roseConHnued roseContinued
Continued on la Pnge e S Column 7 7EARL 1 1BARLVIISONSINXING lEARL
EARL BARLVIISONSINXING BARLVIISONSINXINGInJure1 WILSON SINKING SINKINGInjured SINKINGInjured
Injured Quarter Uncle at Annnpolli AnnnpolliGrowing AnnnpolfolironJul AnnapolisGrowimmg
Growing Weaker Hourly HourlyAnnapolis IfourlynnapoUs hourlyAnnapolis
Annapolis April prll JOThe Th condition of ofEarl ofEarl ofEarl
Earl D Wilson the Naval Academy Academyfqotball AcademyfQolball Academyfgotball
fqotball player whose h08e neck was li fractured fracturedduring fracturedduring fracturedduring
during a footbaH fo tbaU game on October O < tober li last lastwas lastwas lastwas
was such today thai tb t the gravest appre apprehension apprehension apprehension ¬
hension Is g felt and it is not thought thoughtthat thoughtthat thoughtthat
that the end can be delayed over a few fewdays fewdnys fewdays
days at most mostWilson mostWilson mostWilson
Wilson could not be moved at all during duringthe duringt duringthe
t the day da and he has been unable to talk talkthough talkoug talkthough
though oug he seems seemrrs to understand some of ofthe ortbe ofthe
the things thIn s said kl to him and can move movehis movehis movehis
his head in reply replyThis replyTh replyThu
This Th Thu morning a decided loss of strength strengthwas strengilwas strengthwas
was noted and this has continued during duringthe duringtho duringthe
the day With him are his father West WentB WestB WestBVUson
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