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Defies Democrats and Insur Insurgents 1nsurgell Iusurgents
gents gell ts to Oust Him HimEEGTJLAKS HimREGULARS HimREGULARS
U Uncle Joe Talks After Item Itemfor Itemfor Itemfor
for Auto Is Lost LostChides LostChides LostChIde8
Chides Champ Clark for Ills 11I Pica Picafor Plcotor Picafor
for Economy and Praises Prnl ca Tariff TariffSays TnrUISays TariffSa
Says Sa Democrats Will Ill Awaken Day DayAfter Da DaAfter DayAfter
After Election In November aveniber to toFind 10Find toFind
Find Minority Leader a n False FalseProphetDill FalseProphetDill FalseprophetDill
ProphetDill Dack to Conference ConferenceJoseph ConferenceJoseph ConferenceJoseph
Joseph G Cannon served notice on the theHouse theHouse theHOUe
House yesterday y sterday that he does not pro proposd propost propos1
He de declared declared dodared ¬
the Speakerahlp
posd post to resign
clared In so 0 many words that he would wouldstay wouldstay wouldstay
stay on the Job until tho close of the thepresent thepresent thepresent
present Congress something less than a ayear ayear ayear
year hence unless removed by b the in insurjenta InSUfjents Inour
surjenta our ent and Democrats DemocratsHis DemocratsHis DemocratsHis
His declaration to the House came un unexpectedly unexpected Unexpectedly ¬
expectedly at the th close of a a successful successfulfight succ6Stulfight succostu1light
fight by tho minority aided by a fair fairnumber fairnumber faIrnumber
number of Insurgents upon the Item in inthe inthe Inthe
the legislative appropriation bllli bill provid providing provldInS providlag ¬
InS for the maintenance of automobiles automobilesfor
for the Speaker and the Vice President Presidentof
of the United States StateAuto StatesAuto StatesAuto
Auto Item Stricken Out OutIncreases OutIncreues OutIncreases
Increases to the contingent fund of both bothSenate bothSemte bothSenate
Senate and House were also objected to tobut tobut tobut
but the automobile seemed to be the theprincipal theprincipal theprlndpal
principal thing sticking stIcktn in the economical economicalthroats economicalthroats economicalthroats
throats of the lawmakers The bill was wassent wassent wassent
sent back to conference conferenceRepresentathe conferenceRepresentative
Representative Mann of Illinois after afterthe afterthe afterthe
the temper of the House had been shown shownand shownand shownand
and it was apparent that the conference conferencereport conterencertport conferencerport
report on the legislative bill with the theautomobile theautomobile theautomobile
automobile provisions included could not notbe notbe notbe
be agreed to undertook to criticise the theDemocratic th thDemocratic theDemocratic
Democratic leadership for what he called calledchilds calledchllds calledchIlds
childs play playThis piayThis
This brought Champ Clark to his feet teetHe feetHe
He said the Democratic party pert believed in Ineconomy Ineconomy
economy except where economy would wouldcripple wouldcripple wouldcripple
cripple the government He personally personallywould personallywould personallywould
would not give his vote 1te for a 8 proposition propositionwhich propoalUonwhich propositionwhich
which would cripple the government He Hewas Bewas Hewas
was opposed though to the practice of ofgiving orgiving ofgiving
giving special privileges to department departmentand
and bureau heads and favored depriving deprivingall deprivlnall
all these official gentlemen of the car carriages carrlages carriages ¬
riages which Congress has been giving givingthem givingthem givingthem
them themWhen themWhen themWhen
When Mr Mann said that If this tltl was wasan wasan wasan
an indication Ind tIOnorREtm9 of Dejnoqmtlc tIc leadership leadershiphe Jfi8dershlp Jfi8dershlphe
he didnt dldnttiWM w t y1 y1rnVre rnVre of it his answer renewerto answorto
to Mr Mann was if he didnt like It It te teget 18get t tget
get out of the House for the next House Houeewould Hou Housewould e ewould
would be Democratic Mr Clark believed believedthe beUedthe believedthe
the country approved of the policy pollc of ofeconomy oteconomy ofeconomy
economy he advocated advocatedThe adocatedThe advoeatedThe
The Republicans did a lot of talking talkingabout talkingabout talkingabout
about economy when the Democrats Democratsnooooo Democrats31OOOOO
5100000 said Mr Clark and called calledthat caUedthat calledthat
that interference with the government governmentand governmentand governmentand
and when they the opposed a smaller appro appropriation appropriation appropriation ¬
priation for carriage expenses of the theSecretary theSecretary theSecretary
Secretary of State the Republicans called calledthat calledthat calledthat
that cheeseparing cheeseparingWhen oheeseparlngWhen cheeseparingWhen
When Champ Clark took his seat Uncle UncleJoe UncleJoe UncleJoe
Joe left the chair and walking down to tothe tothe tothe
the old seat he formerly occupied as asContinued awContlnned asContinued
Continued on Page 4 Column ColunlnKILLED 5 5KILLED 5KILLEDIN
Train Shatters Machine Occupied by byMan byMan byMan
Man and Wife WifeHadley WifeHadle WifeHadley
Hadley Hadle Mass Iass April 11 11Mr Mr Ir and Mrs MrsG MrsG Irs IrsG
G L Gerry of North Hadley wftre w > re e both bothinstantly bothInstantly bothinstantly
instantly killed this afternoon when 8n a aCentral aCentral aCentral
Central Massachusetts Railroad train trainstruck trainstruck trainstruck
struck the automobile In which they were wereriding wereriding wereriding
riding at the Middle street crossing crossingThe crslngThe crossingThe
The couple were driving from North Northampton Northampton j jampton
ampton to their home Mr Gerry was wasabout wasabout wasabout
about flf fift fifty ty years ears old and was a ft wealthy wealthytobacco wealthytobacco wealthytobacco
tobacco raiser His wife was a graduate graduateof
of Mount Holyoke Ho yokef College CollegeAJ3ERNATHY CollegeABERNATRY j jABEENATHY
Friend of Col Roosevelt Charge CmrgeaChild ChargesChild i iChild
Child Wife with Uh Desertion DesertionGuthrie DesertionGuthrie DesertionGnthrle
Guthrie Okla April U UJohn John R Aber Abernathy Abernathy Abernathy
nathy United States marshal famous as asthe asthe asthe
the man who catches wolves olves alive with withhis withhis withhis
his hands and a personal friend and guide guideof guideot guideof
of former President Roosevelt who ap appointed appointed appointed
pointed him marshal has filed suit for fordivorce tordivorce fordivorce
divorce from his child wife at Oklahoma OklahomaCity OklahomaCft OklahomaCity
City CityAbernathy3 Cft CityAbernathys
Abernathys charges are desertion and andneglect andneslect andneglect
neglect of duty Mrs Abernathy fs 8 a about abouttwenty abouttwenty abouttwenty
twenty years old the daughter of James JamesPurvlnce JamesPur1nce JamesPurvince
Purvlnce a a wealthy man living near nearGuthrie noarGuthrie nearGuthrle
Guthrie GuthrieFAMILY GuthrleFAMILY j jFAMILY
Son of Oxford Professor Found to toHaTe toHave < o oHave
Have Tuberculosis TuberculosisNew TnlercnloslrNew PnberculosNow
New York April 1L ll 1lCoorge George eorge E Ro Romanes Romanes Romanes ¬
manes pale pal thin and with unmistakable unmistakablesigns unmistakablesigns unmistakablesigns
signs of > > f tuberculosis was a passenger by bythe bythe bythe
the Atlantic tlant1c Transport Liner Minnewas Minnewaska
ka from London which docked today todayHe todayHe todayHe
He Is only twentynine twent nlne years of age the theson theson theson
son of a professor of Oxford University UniversityHe UnlverslbHe
He was accompanied d by his wife and two twoinfant twoInfant twoinfant
infant sons sonsA sonsA SonsA
A Marine Hospital surgeon personally personallyexamined personallyexamined personallyexamined
examined Mr Romanes = S and an declared declaredthat declaredthat declaredthat
that he had tuberculosis Mr Romanes Romanessaid Romanessaid Romanessaid
said he was ill and that he was going to toColorado toColorado toIoradO
Colorado IoradO Springs Colo Cob to see wh4 w the theeffect theff theeffcct
effect ff ct of the altitude and the sunshine sunshinethere sunsbinethere sunIhinethere
there would have on his ailment ailmentThe aUmentThe ailmentThe
The law prohibits the landing of aliens alienswith aliensJth aliensivith
with Jth tuberculosis and the surgeon In Informed Informed informed ¬
formed the young man that he would wouldhaxe would111uoc wouldlave
lave to go to Ellis Island He was taken takenthere tattcnt takenthere
there t with his wife and children the thewifes thewltes thewAfes
wifes maid and the nurse of the little littlemres lUtlenrcs littleores
ores aboard an immigration service servicebarge senlcGbarge eorioebarge
barge bargeHls bargeHis j jHis
His brother Frank who is a resident residentof
of Kansas ws at the pier to meet him himand himand himan
and an was much disa disappointed painted when he helearned holearned lielearned
learned that the young ouns man would not notbe notbe notbe
be landed The Brother rother immediately Imm dlately em employed empTnyM empny ¬
ployed pny d counsel and appealed the case to toWashington toYashlngto1 toWashingtoz
Washington WashingtonPnllnfTX WashingtozPalings Yashlngto1PnllnJJl
Palings Dressed Any Pattern 2 100
Frank Libbey Co 6th N Y ave
For the District of Columbia Columbiaand Columbiaand Columbiaand
and Maryland Showers and andcooler andcoo andC
cooler coo C 0 0 I e r today today Tomorrow Tomorrowshowers Tomorrowshowers Tombrrowshowersvarjabre
showers showersvarjabre variable winds windsHERALD windsHERALD windsHERALD
Pages PngelSpeakot Pages1Speaker
1 lSpeakot Speaker Not to Resign ResignYoung ResignYoung ResignYoung
Young Wife W1t Shot Down DownSenate DownSonllte DownSenate
Senate Regulars Win in Test TestTrust TestTrust TestTrust
Trust Cases to Get Rehearing RehearingSev3n RehoarlngSovm RehearingSeven
Seven Die of Poison PoisonTatt PolsonTaft PoisonTatt
Tatt Party at Banquet Banquet2Row Banquet2Row
3 2Row Row on Street Car CarAero earAero CarAero
Aero Club Urges Action ActionComes ActionComes ActionComes
Comes from Coast to Wed Wed3Lesllo WedsLeslie
8 3Lesllo Leslie Shaw Sounds Warning WarningPlnchot WarningPinellot WarningPinchot
Plnchot Remains Silent SilentBucket lIent lIentBucket iientBucket
Bucket Shop Men in Fight Fight4SIx FiSht4Slx Fight4Six
4SIx District Bills Passed PassedDr PaescdD PaisedDr
Dr D Miller Guilty GuiltyBryan Guilt Guiltnr GuiltyBr3an
Bryan nr n is Repudiated Repudiatedfi RQIJUtUated5News RepudiatedNews
fi 5News News of Society SocietyWoman SocietyYJman SocietyWoman
Woman Suffragists Arrive Arrhe6Edltorlal Arrive6Editorial
6 6Edltorlal 6EdltorlaliFashions 6Editorial7Fashions Editorial f
7 iFashions Fashions and Patterns PatternsS Patterns8Nows PatternsSNews
S 8Nows News of the Sporting World Worldt Worldthe WorldtAt
t tAt At the Theaters This ThI Week WeekUFinancial eak eakUiimiDclal
11 UiimiDclal UFinancial Financial and nd Commercial CommeroialLGaorge Commeretal32George
12 LGaorge George W V Chandler a Suicide SuicideTAFT SuicideTAFT SuicideTAFT
TAFT PARTY DIKESCompanions DINES DINESCon1panions DINESCompanions
Companions of Philippine PhilippineParty PhilippineParty PhilippineParty
Party Unite at Willard WillardPAYS WillardPAYS VillardPAYS
Fourth Annnnl Reunion Dears So Social Social Socia ¬
cial cia and Informal Character CharacterDnn CharacterDnnquet ClinracterUnuquet Ban Banquet ¬
quet Hall Irofusely Decorated Decoratedrrltli Decoratedwith Decoratedwith
with Flower FloUerA A Thousand Roses RosesUsed RosclIUsedPhilippine RosesUsedPhilippine
Used UsedPhilippine Philippine Party Present PresentThe PresentThe PresentThe
The fourth anRssJ an voyage of the Taft TaftPhilippine TaftPhilippine TaftPhilippine
Philippine party IJIirty started and ended at atthe atthe atthe
the New Willard here last night nightPresident nightPresident nightPresident
President Taft who as Secretary of ofWar orat ofWar
War at undertook the th long journey from fromWashington tramWashington fromWashington
Washington to Manila aad back with withabout withabout withabout
about sixty 5Ix good companions was tha thaguest thaguest theguest
guest of honor honorThere honorThere honorThere
There were no set speeches and the theaffair thea1aJr theaffair
affair was more of a a social reunion than thanan thanan thanan
an official or political gathering gatheringHuge gatberlngHuge gatheringhuge
i Huge Banks of Roses RosesThe noseJilTbo RosesThe
The room was profusely decorated with withroses withrOlieS withroses
roses lCOO being used for the table and andother Mdother aadother
other decorations huge palms and ferns fernsembowering ternsembowering fernsembowering
embowering the walls In the center and andat andat andat
at each end of the table extending nearly nearlythe nearlythe nearlythe
the length of the room were huge banks banksof banksof banksof
of red roses and ferns and a fringe of ofpink ofpl ofpink
pink pl k roses and ferns extended around aroundthe aroundthe aroundthe
the table Suspended from the chande chandelier chandeUer chandeher ¬
her was a huge hug bouquet of roses rOS 5 the theribbons theribbons theribbons
ribbons reaching to the corners of the thetabje thetable theI theSouvenir
table tabjeSouvenir I
Souvenir uvenlr menu cards were were onteat oCl ht bluesatin blue bluesatin bluesatin
satin iwlh wIthtJle the portrait portraitofPre5ldent of otPr President 9klent Taft Taftand Tanand Taftand
and embroidered decorations on the cover coverPresident cov covPreslelent coverPresident
President Mourns Loss LoisPresident LossPr8sldent LossPresident
President Taft wno Who 11O made a brief ad addrees addr addroer
drees dr H paid a 8 tribute to the late Ito Repre Representative Representative Rapresontative ¬
sentative De Arraood of Missouri who whowas whowas whowas
was a a member of the party declaring declaringthat declarIngthat declaringtht
that his absence wtUeer will ever be felt on all alllike alllike alllike
like occasions occasionsThe oCC8510nsThe occasionsThe
The list of guests was as follows followsThe toUowsTIll followsThe
The PiwJdeot Senator Nathan II Scott Mrs MrsScott MrsSailt If IfScott
Scott Senator Seaat < < Murphy IDrJl 1 J Faster Mte 3 1I8 Foster Sees SOMtor Seeste a ator
tor te Fnmcii G Newiamk EwUor S8III DC duuke Cortia CortiaMM QutisoIlS zrtis zrtisMrs
MM CUrtis Mis IW Mabel Iabel Beardwra Mr FYedjrtek FYedjrtekV
W V Carpenter forawr tonii < < Senator SeDt r Chester I Lose Loseformer 10 10fOflDU Leerforsicr
former Senator Fred T Dubois flub ItepreseaUiirc ItepreseaUiircSneno I Iteweestat1veSeyeeo taUe taUeSeteao
Sneno E Payne PaJ e Mrs oln Pap Payne ItepreeentaUra Will William Willia WillisM ¬
isM ia A Jones Mrs 18 Jesse IlepreeeotaUra n laU18 Hoary A ACooper AOcoper Ahor
Cooper hor Mr Mrs Cooper Representative R IIEie tthe Frederick H HGillett nGiU IIGiflett
Gillett GiU < < t Represeatatire William M 1 Howard Hcprc Hcprceenutire HepreeDttin RepteEentt
eenutire Eentt ve Mfcbul lkba K E Driseoll MM tn Driscoil Kepre KepreHBtatite UepreollDtAtife Jteresttie >
HBtatite Charles F Scott Mrs 111 Scott ott Mrs George GeorgeA GeoreA
A Loud Rtprewntatire Swagar nU Sfaerley Mrs 3m 3msmr 8war
smr r Sherter Miss I M Ella E11 Sherley Sherie RapieeenUtrro Dua Duaean D Daa Dmcan
can E McKinley > Mrs MeKinlay ItepmeoUtire ItepmeoUtireHerbert J1eprneatatif1lHerbart IteaesentatjyeHerbart
Herbart IAKOM lAl6O I Mrs Irs Parsons RapraoaUtire ll prwJDtt1ve Will William Willlam Willlam ¬
lam B McKinley Misa IIM Julio It Mattts latUJ HOB HOBCharted HonCBarlezt lionCharles
Charted G Grmrenor Mrs Grosrenor Hon William WilliamP
P I Hepburn n pbum Mr Mrs In Hepburn Hep uru Mrs > In George W S Smith SmithGeo S1thGet ltk ltkGen
Gen dareace K IL Edwards Maj Gay GUlL L Edie Mr MrBdte UN MrsEdie UNEdie
Edie Mr Thomas Gary sri Buffalo II1raO N Y Mr MrCharles MrThzarlss r rCharl
Charles Charl S dark Hartford Conn Mr Ir Atfeerton AtfeertonItaoiraeU AthtrrtoftDroWDCll Atbertosilniwnehl
ItaoiraeU New ew York City Mrs rs UnraiKU New York YorkCity YorkCitr Ykclt
City clt Mr r Ward E OopJey iey Detroit Mich 11ch Mr MrFrancis MrFrancis Ir IrlraDC
Francis lraDC 5 W Prest New 8W York City Cit Mr Ir J G GSetekUapp GSehmidlapp GSebeidlspp
SetekUapp Cindnsati Ohio Ol o Mr r WUftun S SRaybura So SoItsbum 3Itsybuni
Raybura Philadelphia Pa Mrs Keytara Phfla Phfladehfa PlaiMeJWIa Phikilelithia
dehfa Pa PL Mrs In Horace Van Va der Venter Mr Ir J JC JC JC
C Ereraaaa Mrs rs Fulton MaDderille aDd Miss MissMarjode 31111IIMarjorie MissMarjorie
Marjorie Crittea CritteaSEEK Crlttt1lSEEK CrittenSEEK
Four States to Be Searched Scarch el for forAzcnntb forAzenath forAzenatli
Azcnntb Cooper CooperNewburgh Coof CooperNewburgh > r rNewburgh
Newburgh X Y Y April Aprlll1Four 11 11Four Four States Statesare statesare Statesare
are to be searched and the police of three threecities threeeltles threecities
cities are busily engaged in a quest for fortwelveyearold tortwelveyearold fortwelveyearold
twelveyearold Azenath Cooper who wio was waskidnapped waskidnapped waskidnapped
kidnapped by her uncle W H H Sperry Sperryon
on Thursday last lastThe lutThe lastThe
The child attended the Hall Memorial MemorialChurch MemorialChurch MemorialChurch
Church and this has led Rev E a I ICampbell ICampbell ICampbell
Campbell its pastor and Rev R F E EStockwell EStockwell EStockwell
Stockwell pastor of the First Presby Presbyterian Presbyterian Presbyterian ¬
terian Church to take an active part In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the search for the child The police of ofthis otthis ofthis
this city have been on the lookout for forclews forclews fordews
clews dews for three days daysTuesday dn dnsTuesday s sTuesdl
Tuesday Tuesdl Rev Rc Mr > Stockwell will go to toNew toNew toNew
New Jersey and Pennsylvania where It Itis itIs itis
is known CnGwn Sperry had relatives and Rev RevMr RevMr RevMr
Mr Campbell will go to Connecticut It Itis Itis
is not thought Sperry will Injure the girl girlunless blrlunloss girlunless
unless he should be cornered for it is ishis Ishis ishis
his Insane love for her that led to his histaking 111staking histaking
taking her away awayCOAL awa3COAL awayCOAL
Pair Believed to Be Bank Barbara BarbaraWill DurgInrslIi BurglarsWill
Will lIi Not ot Surrender SurrenderWashington SurrcUlIerWashlnglon Surrcntleryashington
Washington Pa April U llCornered Cornered in inan Inan inan
an abandoned coal mine two men be believed behieved
lieved to have held up the Victor Bank Bankand Bankand Bankand
and killed Samuel Friedman and Ignatz IgnatzSchwartz IgnatzSchwartz IgnatzSchwartz
Schwartz at McKees Rocks today held heldat heldat heldat
at bay a posse that had stood guard all allnight allnigbt allnight
night long The men were run Into a ashaft ashaft ashaft
shaft at Avella near here by county of officers officers offlcers ¬
ficers after a hard chase chaseWe chaseWe chaseWe
We will fight to the death was the theanswer theanswer theanswer
answer tho fugitives gave when asked to tosurrender tosurrcndet tosurrender
surrender surrenderAft surrcndetAft surrenderAftor
Aft Aftor r hours of vain efforts to Induce the themen tbemen themen
men to give up it became apparent to today tody toda1 ¬
day that a a pltched pltcb d battle was inevitable inevitableThe InfnitableThe inevitableThe
The bandits in the night strengthened strengthenedtheir strengthenedtheir atrengthe atrengthetheir
their position and their underground fort fortIs fortis
Is believed to be impregnable impregnableMack impregnablelUncc impregnableMacic
Mack to Meet Wntterson WnttersonLouisville WattersonLouisville WatteronLouisville
Louisville April 11 11Xorman Norman E Echairman Mack Mackchairman Mackckairman
chairman of the Democratic National NationalCommittee National NationalCommittee Na4jlCommittee
Committee arrived here from French FrenchLick FrenchLick FronthLick
Lick Springs to discuss the political situ situation stuatlon tu tuatlon ¬
atlon of the nation with Col Co Henry Wat WatFence Watterson Watterson
terson tersonFence tersonFence
Fence Rails Dressed 23 cts Apiece
Frank Libbey 8 Co 6th N Y aYe
WIN IN ON N TEST UOTtAn1el1dments VOTE VOTEAmendments QT QTAmendments
Amendments to Tafts Rail Bailway Railyay Railway
way Bill Bi Defeated DefeatedALDKICfl DefeatedALDRICH DefeatedAIJDRICH
Four Democrats Join the Ad Administration Administration Administration ¬
ministration Forces Forcesi ForcesSenator ForcesSenator borcesSenator
Senator Nelson Xel on NearInsurgent In InLively InLhcl inLively
Lively Lhcl Speech Denounces the Dill DillIS Dillns Billt Billus
t IS X Xas
as Insidiously Insldloual Designed to Break llreakDown llrcakDonn BreakDown
Down the Antitrust Laws anti amiCharacterizes antiChnrncterlzes antiCharacterizes
Characterizes It as a a Sugarcoated Sugarcoatedand
and Vicious Piece of Legislation LegislationThe LegllI1atlonThe LegislationThe
The first test vote ote on the administra administration ar1mlnlstratlon ailministration ¬
tion railway bill In the Senate came yes yesterday yesterday os osterda ¬
terday terda and the rogulars showed that thatthey thatthey thatthey
they had the situation well In hand vet voting veting ot otIng ¬
ing down by 40 to 25 an Insurgent InsurgentDemocratic insurgentDemocratic InsurgentDemocratic
Democratic amendment by Senator Clapp Clappof Clappof Ciappof
of Minnesota limiting the Jurisdiction of ofthe orthe ofthe
the court of commerce commerceFour commorceFour commerceFour
Four Democrats Money Mono Foster Percy Percyand Percyand Percyand
and Simmons voted otod with the regular regularRepublicans regularRepublicans regularRepublicans
Republicans RepublicansOn
On a second test vote the administra administration administration administration ¬
tion forces led by Senator AldrIch won wonby wonby wonby
by a vote oto of 3 34 M to 2S This was on an anamendment anamendment anamendment
amendment offered by Senator Cummins Cumminsof
of Iowa proposing to define and limit limitthe limitthe limitthe
the Jurisdiction of tho commerce court courtI courtThe courtThe
I The four Democratic DemocraticSenators Senators who voted votedi votedwith votedwith
i with the Republican regulars on the the first firstroll firstroll firstroll
roll call deserted on the second and sup supported supported supported ¬
ported Senator mator Cummins amendment amendmentTwo amendmentTwo amendmentTwo
Two nearinsurgents Brown and Bur Burkett Burkett Burkett
kett of Nebraska voted with the regu regular regular regular ¬
lar Republicans All told three amend amendments amendments amendmonth ¬
ments offered by Senator Elldns In Incharge Incharse incharge
charge of the administration bill wero werovoted werovoted werevoted
voted on in the course of the day All Alltha Allthe Allthe
the amendments related to the jurisdic jurisdiction jurisdiction jurisdietion ¬
tion of the court of commerce commerceThere commerceThere commorcsThere
There are 129odd amendments to the thebill tbebill thebill
bill pending but even this small begin beginning begtnnlng beginning ¬
ning led Senator Gallinger Gallln er to congratu congratulate congratulate congratulate ¬
late the Senate on having made some someheadway someheadway someheadway
headway at last lastI lastIa lastLa
I Ia < n Follctte Speaks Today TodayToday Todn TodnToday TodnToday
Today Senator La Follette will be beheard beheard beheard
heard in opposition to the bill billA billA billA
A caustic attack on tho railway rallwa measure measureby moasureb measureby
by b Senator Nelson of Minnesota a near nearinsurgent nearfnsur nearInsurgent
insurgent fnsur nt was the feature of the debate debateyesterday dobateyes debateyesterday
yesterday yes rda He denounced d8nounc the bill as iijr iijrsldloualy 1Urstdlouab in insidiously
sldloualy designs for or the purpose of ofbreaking ofbreaking ofbreaking
breaking down the antitrust laws and andcharacterized andcbaractea1ad andcharacterised
characterized It as a sugar coated and andvicious andmlous andvicious
vicious piece of legislation for the ben benefit benefit banedIt ¬
efit of the railways of the th country countryTha countryTho countryThe
The Minnesota Unne > > ota Senator paid his respects respectsto
to Attorney General Wickersham He re recalled recalled recalled ¬
called the work of the head of the De Department Dapartmttlt Department ¬
partment of Justice in drafting the rail railway railway railway ¬
way bill and made this reference to his hisChicago blsCbkago hisChicago
Chicago speech speechI
I do not think that it lies In his mouth mouthContinued mouthContinued mouthContinued
Continued on O Page 3 Colnmn 4 4IRS 4MRS 4IIRSI
ALIMONY OF 10000Court 15000 lb000Court 15000Court
Court Decides Husband Able Ableto Ableto A ble bleto
to Pay This his Annually AnnuallyMineola ADnua AnnuallyMineola IJT IJTnneola
Mineola L L L I April 11 11The The decision Of OfSupreme OfSupreme OfSupreme
Supreme Court Justice Putnam in the suit suitfor suitfor suitfor
for alimony and separation brought by byMary b bMary byMary
Mary Blair against W Yo Gould Brokaw Brokawwas Brokawwas Brokawwas
was recorded today in the county clerks clerksoffice clerksoffice clerksoffice
office officeThe officeThe officeThe
The court c urt finds that Mrs Irs Brokaw Is en entitled entitled entitled ¬
titled to 1250 1 a n month as alimony aUmon mak making makIng making ¬
ing Slit 15000 COO a year as previously previous allowed allowedHe allowedHe allowedHe
He says this sum Is amply sufficient for forher forher forher
her maintenance and Is not too much muchfor muchtor muchfor
for the husband to pay paySome pa paSome paySome
Some time ago counsel made a motion motionbefore motionbefore motionbefore
before Justice Putnam in Brooklyn to tohave tohae tohave
have the court make known his findings findingsIn
In the case and this was done here today todayTho todayTho todayThe
Tho 1court court finds that the plaintiff Is Isentitles IsenUtlJt isentitle
entitles enUtlJt to judgment on the ground that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the defendants conduct rendered It un unsafe unsafe unsafe ¬
safe for her to live with him The court courtcontends courtcontends courtcontends
contends that the plaintiff was abandoned abandonedby
by her husband at Great Neck and had hadto hadto hadto
to remove to Manahttan ManahttanCounsel ManahltanCounsel ManahttanCounsel
Counsel for Brokaw had asked the th theourt theourtto court courtto urt urtto
to find that the plaintiff permitted an un unmarried unmarried nflmarried ¬
married man to occupy her husbands bed bedchamber bedchamber bedchamber ¬
chamber and that access to this room roomcould roomcould roomcould
could have been had by the pteintiff The Thecourt Thecourt Thecourt
court included this in his findings It was wasnot wasnot wasnot
not found however that the estate was wasvalued Wasvalued vasvalued
valued at nearly 2000MO and that the theincome theIncome theincome
income was more than 400000 400OOOJ as was re reported reported reported ¬
ported by counsel when the request for foralimony fOt fOtalimony fo foalimony
alimony was originally made madeAGE madeAGE madeS
Married Three Times Man Ian of 87 87Weds 81Velb STWeds
Weds Woman of S5 S5Nashville S SNashville S5Nashville
Nashville Ind April 11 nJohn John Poling Polinga
a a veteran of the civil jvar var ar wealthy wealth an aneightyseven anr1 anr1elghlseven aneightyseven
eightyseven years of age age and Mrs Re Rebecca Rebecca Rebecca ¬
becca Graham eightyfive elgbt fie have entered enteredupon enteredupon enteredupon
upon another matrimonial venture Mrs MrsGraham 1IrsGraham MrsGraham
Graham having been married six times timesand timesand timesand
and Poling three times timesThe timesThe timesThe
The children of the aged couple ob objected objected objected ¬
jected to the union and five times the theCircuit theChcnlt theCircuit
Circuit Court refused to issue them themlicense a alicense a1I1ense
license licenseSaturday 1I1enseSaturday licenseSaturday
Saturday evening after making pre pretexts pretexts pretexts ¬
texts at home for being absent they met metat metat metat
at an agreed place each on horseback horsebackand horsebackand horsebackand
and going oing to Columbus took the night nighttrain nighttrain nighttrain
train for Louisville oulvllle where they were weremarried weremarrIed weremarried
Daniel Renting Easy EasyDaytona Eas EasDa EasyDaytona
Daytona Da tona Fla April U llDr Dr Bohannon Bohannonsays Bohannonsays Bohanonsays
says tonight that Senator Daniel is rest resting r6fitIng restlug ¬
ing more quietly qulel1 than yesterday and has hastalked hastalked hastalked
talked more freely reeh and clearly otherwise otherwisehis othorwlsebis otherwisehis
his condition Is unchanged unchangedPosts unchangedPost unchangedPosts
Posts Dreascd 35 3 cts Apiece tJfecc
Frank Libbey Co 6th N Y ave
Inebriate Bill Makes Drunkenness Drunkennessa
a a Misdemeanor MisdemeanorLife
Life will be no bed of roses for the theWashington theWll3hlngton theWashington
Washington man who sips a cocktail or orlooks orlooks orlooks
looks upon the highball It a bill which whichSenator whichSenator whichSenator
Senator Gallinger introduced In the Son Sonate Sonate Sonate
ate yesterday afternoon becomes a law lawIt lawIt lawit
It makes drunkenness In the District a amisdemeanor amisdemeanor amisdemeanor
misdemeanor and prOvides for the estab estabHshment est3bIIshment establishment
Hshment of a hospital for Inebriates InebriatesCommitments inebriatesCommitments inebriatesCommitments
Commitments to the hospital for inebri inebriates Inebriates Inebriates ¬
ates shall be for not more than two years yearsand yearsand yearsand
and the Commissioner aro authorized to toestablish toestablish toestablish
establish such an institution as an ad adJunct adJunct adjunet
Junct of the Washington Asylum AsylumOnly AsylumOn AsylumOnly
i Only On > Washingtonians of at least six sixmonths sixmonths sIxmonths
months residence are to be committed committedand committedI committedand
and the estates or guardians of the Ine Inebriates Inebriates mebriates ¬
I briates are to be required to pay the thaexpenses thoe theexpenses
expenses e < penses Inmates are to be required to towork towork towork
work Arrests for Intoxication It is pro provided provided provideO ¬
vided may be made by any citizen as aswell aswell aswell
well as by the regularly constituted police policeauthorities llOliceautborltles polleeauthorities
authorities authoritiesCHARGES autborltlesCHARGES authoritiesCHARGES
OF REALTY OWNERS OI8ERSWashiiigtonian OWNERSVashiugtol1ian OERSWash
Washiiigtonian Wash iiigtonian Says Agents AgentsAre lgentsAre AgentsAre
Are Vultures VulturesHAUNT VulturesHAUNT VulturesKATJM
Citizens Anaocintlon After Address Addressof
of W S RnutBon Adopt Rcaoln Rcaolntlon RClJoluHon Resolulion
Hon Asking District Commission Commissionem
era to to Investigate and Urging n nChange RChange aChange
Change of Old Method MethodW 2UethotLsW MethodsW
W S Ramson Ram sprung a sensation at a ameeting ameeting ameeting
meeting of the Northeast Washington WashingtonCitizens WashingtonCitizens VuhlnbLonCIUzens
Citizens Association don last night when he hedeclared hedeclared hedeclared
declared human vultures are entered in ina inII ina
a II conspiracy with the assessors office ot ce to todefraud todelraud todefraud
defraud property propert owners ownersHe ownsHe ownersHe
He declared real estate ute agents roost roostat rootat roostat
at the assessors as eeors ofilce and get inside insidetips InskleUps inakietips
tips about auction sale Itd sales and hinted hintedbroadly hlnttldbroadly hintedbroadly
broadly that the spoils are divided when whena whenchoice hea heaa
a choice piece of property is Knocked Knockeddown knoekeddown knockeddown
down to t them themThe themThe them9he
The suspicion seems to be little short shortof shortot shortof
of a certainty he asserted that there thereis tbereIs thereIs
is a conspiracy between these carrion and andthe andth andtis
the th assessors office wherby property propertyowners pro propertyowners rty rtyowners
owners are skinned skinnedInvestigation IklnnedhneJIIHgn skinnedInvestigation
Investigation hneJIIHgn tlon Is I Asked AskedHardly Altl AskedHardly cd cdHardly
Hardly had Mr Ramson Ram on taken his seat seatwhen seatwhen seatwhen
when a s resolution was offered condemn condemning condemnIng condemnlag ¬
ing the method met of the assessors asse ors office ofliceand oftlceand officeand
and asking the Commissioners Comm Ione for an in investigation laesU Investigadon ¬
vestigation esU a Uon The resolution asserted the theassessor theassessor I Iassessor
assessor should notify a 111 eril delinquent tax taxpayers taxpayers ¬
payers p ers of their arrears R1HIl1 before the le prop property propfMtf propeeti ¬ I
erty is put up at t auction to be bought in inat Inat i iat
at rldle1l1 ridiculously ust ediyio low prices as by real IM estate estateagents ate ate4egents te i iagonts
agents 4egentsThe Jvi ro roThecvtom v vThe
The Thecvtom custom used to be J that when taxes taxesware taxesere taxeswere
ware ere In arrears the owner would be noti notified not notned notifled ¬
ned said Mr Ir narasoii but of fttte te this tfctehas UJishas thishas
has been changed chang d and all tha th te gone ic icto 15to isto
to advertise the property and put it up upat upat upat
at auction promptly promptlyThese promptlyThese promptlyThese
These vultures who hang around the theoffice theoffice theoffice
office know the status of every eer piece of ofproperty ofproperty ofproperty
property and when wlae it 1 is put up at eec auction auetion eectiOn ¬
tion they are ar somehow right on the spot spotto spotto spotto
to bid It in at a I small sum so by toe toetime tbetimo thetime
time the owner realizes reallz his Us property has hasbeen ha habeen hasbeen
been auctioned off 01 it costs him good goodmoney goodmoney goodmoney
money to get it back again pin and his title titleis titleIs titleis
is always clouded afterward afterwardIt
It is easy for property to slip out of ofones orons ofones
ones hands through throu lack of information informationthat IntormaUonthat informationthat
that should be forthcoming forthcomingMethod forthcOmingMetltods ort oomlng oomlngletJwd
Method Old He Say SayHe SnyHe Says SaysHe
He sharply criticised crltlcl ed other methods at atthe atth atthe
the th office of the assessor aS88 SOr declaring the theDistricts theDistricts theDistricts
Districts way of handling property plopert as assessments assessments assossinents ¬
sessments is far behind the times timesDr timesDr timesDr
Dr D S Walter came to the front in indefense indeCense Indefense
defense of the school board declaring declaringthe declaringthe declaringthe
the Commissioners are trying tr lng to foist a asystem asystem asystem
system of handling public education that thatis thatIs thatis
is not welcome to citizens citizensThe citizensThe citizensThe
The board has done excellent work workhe work workhe ork orkbe
he asserted and to abolish it for a asingle nsingle asingle
single head would be a a crime The only onlyplace onlyplace onlyplace
place a single head is needed nee ed is in the theCommissioners theCommissioners theCommissioners
Commissioners office They dont seem seemto seemto seemto
to have any an head there at all allWilliam allWilliam allihliam
William ihliam J Frizzell seconded Dr Will Walters Willters V l lters ¬
ters remarks praising the th board of ed education education aducation ¬
ucation and rapping the Commissioners Commissionersfor
for meddling meddlingThe meddUnsThe meddlingThe
The only reason the Commissioners Commissionersseem Cominlsslonersseem
seem to have for abolishing the boardlj boardljhe board boardhe boardhe
he said is that they have been especial especially ¬
ly energetic in trying to get appropria appropriations appropriations appropriations ¬
tions to house school children properly properlyA proper h hA
A resolution was passed condemning the theattempt theattempt theattempt
attempt to abolish the board boardFIST boardFIST boardFIST
Hough nnd Tumble Affair in Mls Mlsiftsippl MIssissippi 3l1sllIIlIippl
iftsippl Bribery Case CaseMemphis CaseMemphis osee oseeMe
Memphis Me pbls April 1L lLThnt That the Investiga Investigation Investigation investigation ¬
tion of the bribery briber charges In the Missis Mississippi MississippI Mississippi ¬
sippi senate with reference to the elec election eloc1Ion doe doetion ¬
tion of United States Senator Percy Perc has hascaused hascause1 hascaused
caused great bitterness was proven to today toda today ¬
day da when Representative Reprc > < entat1v Frank Burkett Burkettand Burkettand Burkettan
and an Director of Archives and History HistoryDunbar HistoryDunbar HistoryDunbar
Dunbar Rowland Indulged Ip a rough and andtumble andtumble andtumble
tumble fist fight on the floor of the senate senateand senltcand senateand
and for a time threatened to break up upthe upthe upthe
the days ays proceedings proceedingsThfs proceedingsThIs proceedingsThIS
ThIs difficulty arose from partisanship partisanshipon
on the two sides of the question que UQn as to towhether towhether towhether
whether State Senator Dulaney Dulane offered offeredState oftercdState offeredState
State Senator Bilbo lOCO to cast his voto votofor vototor votefor
for Percy and then only paid 600 and andwent andwent andWent
went back on the balance or whether whetherany whetherany whetherany
any bribe whatever was tendered Burk Burkett Burkett Burkett ¬
ett and Dunbar began an argument that thatfinally thatfinally thatfinally
finally led to the roughhouse mix on onthe onthe onthe
the floor floorBurkett floorBurkett floorBurkett
Burkett who Is a larger man than his hisantagonist hisantagonist hisantagonist
antagonist was underneath and getting gettingtho gettlnjthe gettingthe
the norst jorat orst of the encounter when he man managed managed managed ¬
aged to gain the upper side and struck strucktne strucktbe struckthe
the smaller man man a blow with a a cane canethat canethat canethat
that rendered Rowland unconscious unconsciousXerr uncoTIIIClou5Xew unconsciousNew
New Gun n Sticcess SticcessGalveston ScceuGalnston SiccessGalveston
Galveston Tex April 11 1lAn An automatic automaticrifle automaticrlfie automaticrifle
rifle firing ten steel cartridges cartrldg as rapid rapidly rnpldI rapidiy ¬
ly I as the trigger can be pulled is the thelatest theh thelatest
latest h est Invention of William M Douglas Douglastl Douglastle
tl tle e Inventor of this city The new newintended gun gunintended gUllIntended
intended for use in the army arm is noiseless noiselessand nolsolessand noiselessand
and flashlees The War Department Departmentafter Departmentafter t tafter
after an investigation of the plans and andmodel andmodel andmodel
model patents reports the new gun a asuccess aSUCO asucoeas
success SUCO S and it may be adopted for the thearmy thearmr thearmy
army armyPoMn armrPostll armyPosts
Posts Rough 23c 2 c and floe Apiece ApieceFrank ApIeceFrank ApieceFrank
Frank Libbey Co 6th N Y ave
Mrs Violet Getty Get ty and Dr DrMark DrMark DrMarkBlackburn
Mark MarkBlackburn Blackburn Dying DyingFALLSATMOTHEKSFEET DjingFALLS DyingFALLS
Woman oman Declined to Accompany AccompanyCaller AccolulmllYCaller AcconipaiiyCaller
Caller from Home HomeYoung1 HomeYoung ilomeYoung
Young Physician on Way ay Through ThronghPittabursr TbronrhPitbhurg ThroughPlttsburg
Pittabursr Culls on Former Sweet Sweetheart SwcetbeRd Sweetheart ¬
heart nnd Is Ordered from the theHounc thelIonlieHe thelIoull
lIonlieHe Hounc He Return with Revolver Revolvernnd ReolverantI Revolverand
antI She Refuses to Admit Him Himnnd 111mnnd Hintand
nnd He Fatally Wounds Both BothPittsburg BothPlUilburg BothPittsburg
Pittsburg April llMrs 11 Irs Violet Getty Gettytne Gettytbo Gettytho
tne young oung wife wi wIf of Dr W G Gotty a awellknown awollknown aweIikown
wellknown physician of Hyndman Pa Pawas Pawas Pawas
was shot down at her mothers feat to tonight tonight tonight ¬
night by b Dr Mark Blackburn of Wil Wilson Wilson Wilson ¬
son Pa who then turned the revolver revolveron
on himself himselfMrs himselflrs himselfMrs
Mrs lrs Getty is In In1t a critical condition at attne atthe atthe
the Allegheny General Hospital while whileDr whileDr whileDr
Dr Blackburn is at the Homeopathic HomeopathicHospital HomHpathleHospital HomeopathicHoep
Hospital Hoep tal with 1th no 0 hopes of recovery recoveryDr recoveryDr recoveryDr
Dr Blackburn and Dr Getty were suit suitors mdlors U1t U1tora ¬
ors for the band of t Violet Mars 1ars Getty Gettywon OetOwon Gettywon
won and four years ago was married to tothe tothe tothe
the young wontan wontanMrs wolJltU wolJltUIrii woiianMrs
Mrs Irii Gatty came to visit her mother motherhere motherhere motherhere
here today and Dr Blackburn woo wan waapassing wupassin wanpassing
passin passing throufh PitUburg 0 on bin lis way wayto wayto wayto
to Milwaukee hearing aha was in Pitta Pittabura Plttaburc Pitt Pittburg
burg went to the home of Mrs Mar Man this thisevening thisovning
evening eveningAfter 8 tD1 tD1After C CAfter
After some > me talk Dr Blackburn told toldMrs toldMrs toldMrs
Mrs Getty that be b wanted her to go gowith gowith
with 10 tim 1m tonl tonight ht She S o ordered onf recl him from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the house and he returned later with 1th 1threvolver a arevolver arevolver
revolver When she be refused to open the thedoor thedoor thedoor
door for him he ftred through the glass glassthen llustben glassthen
then entered the house and shot the theprostrate tbeproslrate theprostrate
prostrate woman twice Thinking her herdead he hedead herdend
dead he then shot himself through tbrou h the thehead thehead thehead
head and body falling unconscious over overMrs overIra overMrs
Millionaire Banker Declines to Ap Appear Appear Appear ¬
pear Before Grand Jury JuryPitUburg JuryPlttaburg JuryPlttaburg
Plttaburg Pa April llFra 1lFraak k X Hoff Hoffstot Hotrslot Hoffstot
stot the rich banker and steel teel car maker makerwho mak8lho makerho
who ho has been indicted by the grand jury juryfor jurytor juryfor
for bribery and ewwplracy plracJhas has from Ms Mshome Rtsl8ma hishome
home l8ma in New ToPic Yo o openly Ml dafled d Q 41Dts 41Dtstrtet Dis District Dtstilet ¬
trict AttOrney Att4Mn Bl BUIteIet Xty U4 d JM h hto jrtMsd jrtMsdto od odto
to comg eomto cofti to Plttsbttrgto PtttMut1 to appear prbese oelftre the theMr thegraad thegrand
grand Jury JuryMr juryMr
Mr Blakeley Blakel Y thl this evening even evenln I ItA took the first firststep firststePs firststep
step toward extraditing Hoffstot from fromNew tromNew fromNew
New York State Papers are being pre prepared prepared prepared ¬
pared and ad tomorrow an afncer Ulcer will be besent beseat besent
sent t to Gov GO Stuart of Pennsylvania Pennsylvaniawith Pennsylvanbt1th Pennsylvaniawith
with 1th the papers asking askl that Gov Hughes Hughesof
of New York give up Mr Hottstot to tothe tothe tothe
the officers from Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaTho PennsylvaniaThe
The fight is likely to be made at Al Albany AlbAny Albany ¬
bany when the Pennsylvania Pennsylvaniareach officers officersreach otkusreach
reach the State Sta tft executive there thereDR06G1STBLUNDERS thereDRUGGIST thereDRUGGIST
Whisky Vhisliyiu in Dry Town Came Camein CaIneill Cameill
ill Contact with itb Poison PoisonWesterly PoisonWetarly > oison oisonresterl
Westerly resterl R I April ILSeven dead deadand deadaDd deadand
and possibly eleven is the toil paW by bythe bythe bythe
the no license town of W Weetl Westerly t rly R I be because because because ¬
cause some one in one of the many manydrug man mandrug manydrug
drug stores of that town tooC erred In mixing mixingtho mixingthe mixingtho
tho Ingredients of poor whisky whiskyIt
It is known to a certainty that seven sevenof licyenot sevenof
of the deaths were directly caused Ty Tydrinking J Jdrinking y ydrinking
drinking whisky which in some way wa wacome had hadcome badcome
come in contact with a poison probably probablywood probablywood probablywood
wood alcohol There are four other otherdeaths otherdeaths otherdeaths
deaths that the medical forces of the thetown thetown thetown
town cannot explain explainThe explainThe explainThe
The town is a no license town and keeps keepsa
a fairly tight lid on the drug stores storesand storesand storesand
and kitchen barrooms But there was a aleak a aleak aleak
leak somewhere last week and moat of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the leaks were at the saran store for It Itis Itis
is known that three of the persons parsonsdead personsdead personsdead I
dead bought the whisky whisk of tho same samefirm samefirm santefirm
firm for the purpose of drinking forj forjmedicinal for formedicinal formedicinal
medicinal purposes purposesIt j jIt
It Is supposed that the whisky Is either eitherot eitherof S Sof
of a poor grade being made on the1 the1premises the thepremises thepremises
premises as only druggists know how to tomanufacture totytanuCacturo toanufacturo
manufacture tytanuCacturo It or that in some way waythe Waythe waythe
the good whisky whlslc has become contaml1 contaml1nated contami contaminated contaminated
nated by a small amount of poison in a aJug aug aor
Jug ug or keg of some sort sortThe sortThe rt rtThe
The theory that the th police are workingupon working worklngupon workingupon
upon is that the deaths were caused by bymanufactured b bmanufactured bymanufactured
manufactured whisky In which wood wt al alcohol a1cohol alcohol ¬
cohol was used by mistake Others are aresick aresick aresick
sick about the town and It is feared that thatmore thatmore thatmore
more deaths will follow before the day dayends da daends dayends
ends endsAll endsAll endsAU
All the patients were taken with 1th pains painsin painsIn painsin
in the stomach followed by nausea and andvomiting andyomlting andvomiting
vomiting of a green fluid Death came cameafter cameafter cameafte
after afte several hours hoursThe hoursThe hoursThe
The people of Westerly Wcsterl have demanded demandedthat demandedthat demandedthat
that some reason be given for the death deathand d98lh8and deathand
and It is expected that Tuesday TUesda morn mornIng mornIng mornIng
Ing Attorney General Greenough will de demand demand domand ¬
mand a thorough investigation overstep overstepping overstepping Overstepping ¬
ping the authority of f the local examiner examinerwho examinerwho examinerwho
who persistently refuse to act actNo actNo
No 0 Didder for Ycrlcca Mansion MansionNew ManiouNow InniilonNew
New York April 11 UTne The Yerkes man mansion mansion manslon ¬
sion and art galleries at Fifth avenue avenueand avenueand avenueand
and Sixtyeighth street were ero offered at atauction atauction atauction
auction today but because of a ruling rulingof i
of the court that the bidding start at atJMooo atl40C000
1400000 Auctioneer Joseph P Day failed failedto fAiledto failedto
to find a a buyer buyerAlbosirm bu buyerAlbanian er erAlhadnn
Albanian Revolt ReT It Crushed CrnnhcdConstantinople CrushedConstantinople I IConstantinople
Constantinople April 11 11The The rebellion rebellionIn rebelUonin
In Albania has been suppressed The Th o rob rebels robels ¬
els have been dispersed and the chiefs chiefshave chiefshave eldershave
have offered their submission submissionBoards submissionBoards
Boards Dressed 200 00 per 100 Feet FeetFrank FeetFrank FeetFrank
Frank Libbey Co fith th 8 N Y ave
Indiana Democrats Also Tear As Ascendency Ascendency Ascondency ¬
cendency of Taggart TaggartIndianapolis TaggartIndianapolis TaggartIndianapolis
Indianapolis Ind April 11 nAtter After con consulting consulting COfisuiting ¬
sulting with party leaders in Northern NorthernIndiana NorthernIndiana NorthernIndiana
Indiana Gov Marshall has decided to tolead tolead tolead
lead the fight for the naming of a Sena Senatorial Senatorial Senatonal ¬
torial candidate by the Democratic State Stateconvention Stateconvention Stateconvention
convention and has allied himself ag aggressively tt ttgressively g ggressively
gressively with the opponents of Taggart Taggartand Taggartand Taggartand
and the State central committee committeeIn com lttee ltteeIn
In his talks with party leaders he said saidthat saidthat inldthat
that he was not himself a candidate candidatethat candidatethat candidatethat
that he would not accept the nomination nominationIf
If It were offered him but it was folly follyto follyto follyto
to enter the campaign without some one onenamed onenamed onenamed
named as the candidate to oppose Sena Senator Senator Senator ¬
tor Beveridge BeveridgeThe BeveridgeThe BeveridgeThe
The governor take takes the ground that if ifTaggart IfTagllrt ifTaggart
Taggart runs th the convention and a nomi nomination nomination nomination ¬
nation is not made the party will be con confronted controntoo confronted ¬
fronted by the possible candidacy of ofTaggart otTaggart ofTaggart
Taggart before the legislature which will willbo willbo willbe
bo fatal in view of th < record and per person personal persend ¬
son sonal send character eh racter of Beveridge BeveridgeHe
He is convinced that the Democrats can canwin canwin canwin
win only onlo with a a candidate in the field fieldand fieldand fieldand
and the candidate must be a man of ofcharacter atcharacter ofcharacter
character and attainments attainmentsMRS attainmentsMRS attainments1IRSITAFT
Working v orking Boys Play Will Bei BeiGiven Be BeGiven BeGiven
Given at New Willard Willardif WillardM1JSIc VillardMUSIC
if ifMUSIC
MUSIC BY THE MARINE BAND BANDRefreshments BAThitefrcshnmenls BANDn
Refreshments n Will 111 He Served nnd nndMany nnelnn tindMany
Many nn Society Soelet Ieople Will Take TakePart TakeIart TakePart
Part In Entertainment Tonight TonightWhich Tonlrhthleh TonightWlticlt
Which hleh Include In ludcJII the Sketch SJ etch liy liyJuinca IJ IJJI1nC byJames
James JI1nC Archibald of Soldier Life LifeMrs LiCeMrs LifeMrs
Mrs Taft with 1th a large number of ofdiplomats orl ofdlploi
diplomats dlploi l ats and resident society folk will willtonfgfct willteJlfgtat willtanigbt
tonfgfct witness the theatricals at the theNew theNew theNew
New Willard given for the benefit of the theWorking theWorking theWorking
Working Boys Home HomeMusic Homeluslc HomeMusic
Music luslc will 11l be furnished by b the Marino MarinoBand MarineBand larlnABand
Band its services being voluntarily of offered ofteredo offered ¬
fered The entertainment will begin at atI atoclock atoclock
I oclock with a short play by James JamasArchibald JamitSArchibald JamesArchibald
Archibald who has depicted army life lifein lifeIn lifein
in the Philippines PhilippinesFollowing PhlllppfnesFollowhtg PhiiippinesFollowing
Following Followhtg the play pla Miss Dolly Lynch Lynchof Lnchof Lynchof
of Lakewood Lak wood will present an artistic artisticdance nrtJe artittcdance m mdance
dance Hiss Elizabeth Hammonds play playThe playThe playThe
The Happy Medium in which she ap appears appears appears ¬
pears in the title role will follow the thedance thedane thedance
dance She will be assisted by Miss MissSchwartz 111 111Schwartz MIssSchwartz
Schwartz and Miss UIS Baldwin B Jdw2n of Lake Lakewood Lakewood Lakewood
wood her y house guests Mrs Cameron CameronMr cameron cameronMr
Mr Merriam Mr Cady and am Majf MaHorton MaHortonRefrcllhmenhl Maf Horton HortonRefreshment HortonRefrcslinments
Refreshment to Be Served ServedRefreshments SeredRefreshments ServedRefreshments
Refreshments will be served sered after afterthe aftertheperfonnte the theWformaneo therf
Wformaneo perfonnte rf vD e in ht the t e tea ea room room where Mrs Mms1ar1 T THarlow j jHartow
Harlow 1ar1 w wilt 111 < preside aaststett by b Mis MisJennings Miss MissJennbl MIssJennings
Jennings Jennbl g Miser 1 IePaYW1t ParWh Miss MtscCaryl Caryl Craw Crawford Crawt01d Crawford ¬
ford Miss 1i88 Anne Pellew Pelle of New York YorkMiss YorkMiss YorkMiss
Miss Casseia Miss Crosby Miss Harlan KarlanMiss HarlanMI8s HarlanMiss
Miss Loring Lori Db Miss Jean Oliver and andMrs andMrsIcCammon Mrs MrsMcCammon MrsMaCstamen
McCammon Mrs Russell Ru sel1 Train will willpour willpour j jpour I
pour tea te and Mrs MI Gilbert Grosvenor will willserve willserve willserve I
serve lemonade lemonadeMiss lem lemOnadeMiss nade nadeUss
Miss Uss Gladys Hinekiey Hlnekle who ho will have havecharge havecharge havecharge
charge of the sale of programmes will willbe willbe willbe I
be assisted by the Countess LulseAIex LulseAIexandra LulteAlexandra LulseAlexamidra i
andra von Bernstoff Miss Dorothy Wit Withams ru ruUams j jliams i
hams Miss US Feroliae Perkins and Miss MissHull MIssHull 1 1Hull I
Hull of Baltimore Miss Margaret Cot Cotton Cotton Cotton ¬ I
ton Smith will sell flowers assisted by byMrs b bIrs byMrs I
Mrs Irs Philip Hichborn the Misses Meyer Meyerand Meyerand leycrand i
and Miss 11ss Alice Whiting WhitingMiss WbltlnbMiss WhitingMiss
Miss Mary Iar McCauley lcCaule will ill have charge chargeof
of the candy and will be assisted by b Miss MissOlga MissOlga I1ss I1ssOlga
Olga Roosevelt Miss Frances Noyes NoyesMiss No NoyesMiss es esl1ss
Miss l1ss Adelaide Heath and Miss Katherine KatherlneShaw KatherineSha KatherineShaw I
Shaw Sha Miss Mary Chew will be assisted assistedby assistedby assistedby
by Miss lJss Elsie is1e Downing Miss Elizabeth ElizabethParker ElizabethParker ElizabethParker i
Parker Miss Evelyn Chew Miss Helen HelenParker HelenParker HelenParker I
Parker and Miss t s Henrietta Fitch Miss MissGrace MissGrace 1tss 1tssGrace
Grace Bell and Miss Uss Laura Merriam will willbe willbe willbe
be on a reception committee committeeJunior committeeJunlor committeeJunior
Junior Auxiliary AllxIJlnr in Charge ChargeThe ClmrJeThe ChargeThe
The performance will be under the thedirection thedkecUon thedirection
direction of the Junior Auxiliary Auxlllar of the theWorking theWorking theWorking
Working Boys Home of which Miss MissGrace MissGrace Iss IssGrce
Grace Grce Bell Bel is I president preident Miss Abercrom AbercrombieMlller AbercrombelUer AbercrombieMliler
bieMlller belUer secretary s retary and Mr 11 Chauncey ChaunceyHackett ChaunceyHackett ChaunceyHackett
Hackett treasurer The patronesses patro sses the themajority themajorIty themajority
majority of whom will wI bring guests guests are areViscountess arcViscountes areViscountess
Viscountess Viscountes Ben Bennist ennlst lst dAzy dAv Mrs Irs Larz LarzAnderson LarzAnderson LarzAnderson
Anderson Mrs Barney Mrs Irs Blountlss Blount3iiss Blount BlountMiss
Miss lss Davis Miss iss Gale Mrs Irs Preston PrestonGibson PrestonGibson PrestonGIbson
Gibson Mrs rs Hammond Mrs ls Hinekiey HinekieyMrs HlncklerMrs flackbyMrs
Mrs Huff Huf Mrs McLean 1lcLon Mrs Irs Merriam MerriamMrs Merriamrs MerriamMrs
Mrs rs Meyer Me er Mrs Mr Edward Mitchell Ichell Mrs MrsMorris MrsMorris rs rsMorris
Morris Murray furra Mrs Irs Thomas Nelson NelsonPage NelsonPage NelsonPage
Page Mrs Roland Cotton CotOl Smith Smih Mrs MrsTownsend llrs llrsTownsend MrsTownsend
Townsend Mrs lIrs Wadsworth and Miss MissWells MissWells Mls Mlse1s
Wells WellsMrs WellsMrs e1s e1sMrs
Mrs Kirke Porter and Mrs Hays Ha s Ham Hammond Hammond Hammend ¬
mond have taken boxes bxe bxeI bxeROOSEVELT boxesROOSEVELTWILL
Charley Charey Towne Gets Real Pessimis Pessimistic Pessimistc Pessimistic ¬
tic Over Future FutureDetroit FutureDetroit PutureDetroit
Detroit April Apr1 11 llTheodore Theodore Roosevelt Rooseveltpagan Rooseelt Rooseeltpagan Rooseveltpagan
pagan fatalist faalst has got the American Americanpeople Americanpeple Americanpeople
people peple hypnotized bpnotzed and buffaloed bufaloed he has hasbut hasbt hasbut
but bt to say the word and they the will wi elect electhim eec electhim
him the next le < t PrasWent Praltmt of the United UnitedStates Unie UnitedStates
States by b the largest lagest majority mjrity ever given givena gven gvena
a candidate candidateShould candidate candidateShuk candidateShould
Should Shuk both old partUfa partt nominate nominateothers nominateothors nominateothers
others Roosevelt Rooseel on the stump and his hisown hisown hisown
own ticket tcket and platform would sweep sweepthe sweepthe sweepthe
the country countr regardless regrdlcg of them said saidformer saidformer id idCorer
former Corer United States State Senator Charles Chales A ATowne ATowne ATowne
Towne Democrat today todayIf todayJ
If J he is sent to the White hite House Houseagain Houseagin Houseagain
again agin tho government bids fair to de develop develop devebop ¬
velop Into a n baronetcy baronetc idealistic Idealstc in place placeof placeof placeof
of the republic republC He has little lte regard for forthe torthe forthe
the opinion of o others otbes and less for the theConstitution theConsttution theConstitution
Constitution ConstitutionWILL Consttution ConsttutionVIL ConstitutionWILL
Hope Company Plans Plan8 to Invest Invest1OOOOOO Invest1oOoO0O
1OOOOOO 100 In Venture VentureNew VentureNew VentureNew
New Marvlnsville Manlns1e W Va April Apri 31 31The 11 IIThe
The Hope Natural Gas Company will m lay laya la laa
a pipe line up the Ohio River at a coat cost costof
of a million mllon dollars doJa to supply gas JRS to toMounesviUe toMoundsie toMoundsvitle
MounesviUe Moundsie Benwood Wheeling Wheelng heoiing Wells Wellsburg Wellsburg els elsburg
burg Follansbee Folansbee New ew Cumberland CumberlandChester CumberlandCeter Cuniberba nd ndChester
Chester Ceter East Et Liverpool Ohio Beaver BeaverFalls Be8ver Be8verFlts BeaverFails
Falls Flts Pa Pa New Brighton Pa and andPj andPark I IPa1r
Pj Pa1r Park r Pa PI It Is i the Intention Intenton to so soafter goafter 0 0afer
after afer the business buslno In I these thee towns owing owingto oWingto owingto
to the shortage of the supply of gas gasduring gasduring
gs gsdurng
during durng the past pat few f w years yer The pipe pipeline pip pipeline
line JDe will wi be 120 1 miles mies long longClear longClear
Clear CI nr Strips Srps for Fly Screens SerpCDJ Je r a aFt aFtFrank Ft FtFrank FtFrank
Frank Libbey Co 6th N Y ave
Delay Delaya a Political Poltical Setback for forthe forthe forthe
the Administration AdministrationJUSTICES Administration AdministrationJUS AdministrationJUSTICES
JUSTICES JUS rICES STOOD 4 d TO 3 3Postponement 3Postponement 3Postponement
Postponement Leaves Business BusinessInterests BusinessInterests BusinessInterests
Interests Uncertain UncertainDeclNion UncertainDecJHon UncertainDecision
Decision DecJHon of Highest Tribunal TrlJnal to toHave tonn toStandard
Have nn e Slumlord Oil 01 and Tobacco TobaccoTrust Tohnccorut TobaccoTmmist
Trust rut Canes Cn es Argued Again Disap Disappoints Diap Diappoints Disappoints ¬
points Government Attorney AtorneTre AtorneTremendous AttorneysTre AttorneysTresmiendous Tre Tremendous ¬
mendous Responsibility RC8ponlihiUty on Taft Taftin Taftin Taftiii
in Selecting Selectng Brewers Successor SuccessorThe SnccCHsorThe SuccessorThe
The announcement by the Supreme SupremeCourt SupremeCourt SupremeCourt
Court yesterday etera that the te Standard Sdrd Oil Oiland 01 Oiland
and tobacco tobe trust cas cass cases s will wi be restored restoredto retored retoredto
to the th docket for reargnment regument is taken takento tken tkento takento
to mean m moan that the court Is I divided four fourto toutto fourto
to three on these the important ImJrtant cases casesWhether cses cseshether casesWhether
Whether hether the court curt stood for or against againstthe agnst agnstthe agaInstthe
the government goverment is of course ours purely puely a amatter amater amatter
matter mater of speculation sveulaUon but the 00 report reportcurrent reportcurrent reportcurrent
current at the e Capitol was that Ut three threeof threeof threeof
of the Ue Justices justic had stood for the te govern governments governments governmonts ¬
ments contentious ontenUns and an three tree against againstthem gin9t gin9ttem gainsttheta
them tem with one tne member of the court curt un undecided undcdld undecided ¬
decided dcdld
Vote Stood StoOI 4 to 3 3This 3Tils 3This
This Tils wol would mke make a four to t three Ue de decision decon deelsion ¬
cision con whichever whfeee way the one el undecidec undecidecmember Ulpclde udecidecmember
member voted and it is believed that the thecourt thecort theCourt
an beieve tt
court cort came cam to the conclusion cclu that tht at atleast atloat atbest
least loat a majority maorl of the te full ful court cot of nine nineought nineought nineought
ought to be behind bblnd decisions dcons of so great greatimportance greatimprtance greatimportance
importance imprtance to the business bslne world worldThis wr worldThis
This action by b the te Supreme Supeme Court Courtmeans Courtmons Courtmeans
means mons that tat the t e Supreme Supree Qourts Gorts oorts interpre interpretation Interpretaton interpretation ¬
tation taton of the tie Sherman Shera antitrust anttrut law in inthasa intha inthese
these tha cases will wn be delayed delaYe at least let six sixmonth sixmonth sixmonths
month and possibly pibl a year yearThe Ye YeThe yearThe
The court curt Itse itself named nlmed no date dae for the therehearing therehering therehearing
rehearing rehering of the arguments aruments but the pres present present presoat ¬
ent term will wH end so far as the te docket docketcall doket doketcn docketcall
call cn is concerned concerne in three weeks eek which whichprecludes whichpreclude whichprecludes
precludes preclude the te argument argmet of the cases es at atthis atthis atthis
this term ter The Supreme Spee Court Cort will wl not notreconvene notreconvene notreconvene
reconvene until unU the second ed week wek in Octo October October October ¬
ber so that it I Is likely lkey to t be b wall along alongin alongin alongin
in the fall tl at the earliest erlest before the thecase thecae thecase
case cae can n come up again againThe againThe againThe
The announcement announcemet 1088 S that tt a a tre tremendous tremendous iremendous ¬
mendous respenslbTMfy repnSb1t will be placed placedupon plcf placedupon
upon President Taft in the te selection of ofa ofit
a 1 justke justla to t take tho thopiace place pce made vacant vacantby VRcantb vacantby
by b the death death of Justice Jutie Brewer Brewe Upoi Upoithat lpa lpathat tponthat
that selection selecton apparently apprenty will wil depend dependwhether dependwhether dependwhether
whether the governments govenmnts suits sut for the thedissolution thed1oution thedlssolution
dissolution d1oution of o these te two big corporations corporationsare corprUQns
sustained reversed reversedThe reversedThe
are sustine or o revere
The governments gvenmts contentions cotnti if sus sustained sustalned sustamed ¬
tamed will wt result reult In sweeping sepns changes changesin cnges cngesin
in the business busnes world worl and an as a the te shun situation slu shuntion ¬
tion ton is viewed here here the te outcome ot is i likely likelyto lktIY likelyto
to hinge on ths thl action acton of the Ue President Presidentin Preident
in naming namlab Justice Justce Brewers Brew rs successor successorGov suessr successorGow
Gov Go Hashes Uu hel Favored FavoredThe FavoredThe
The impression Impre < n here hee is I that the te Presi President President ¬
dent will m offer oter this Important impt place pee to toGov tl toGot
Got GO Hughes HUbbe of New NeV York In fact fct it ithas ithas
has ha been b n reported reprte that tht Mr r Taft took tooksups tok tokstPs tooksteps
sups stPs a a few days ago to t find fn out ot if t the thegovernor th thoernor thegovernor
governor oernor would wold consider cn1ar such s an a appoint appointment applnt appointmeat ¬
meat mentIt meatIt
It I was 05 believed beUee the th announcement annnement of a arehearing arehearing
rehearing would oul materially m tenaUy curtail crtl the thalist thelist
list lst of ellglbles elgibl for this appointment rppntmentn in infact infact
fact sevepal seepl of Mr Ir Tafts Tafts close c ad advisers adier adviiers ¬
visers ier admitted admite that tat would woul be the tbe effect effectof efect efectof effectof
of the Supreme Courts Corts action actionSurprise actin actinSurpne actionSurprise
Surprise was ocsaaioned therefore thereforewhen thereforewhen
Surpne o2one trefore treforewhen
when it i was s learned lerne at the te White House Housethat HouFethat Housethat
that President Predent Taft will in not nt regard ren him himself himsel hir hirself ¬
self sel restricted restrited in In any an way through thruh rela relations reladons relations ¬
tions which the candidates eanlte may ma have had hadwith hadwith hadwith
with either eithe the te Standard Stnad Oil 01 or the te to tobacco tobacco tobacco ¬
bacco trust trst case ce before befoe they reached rOced the theSupreme theSupreme theSupreme
Supreme Court CourtThe Curt CurtThe CourtThe
The Presidents Presldents attitude attue is that his hisselection Ils Ilsselecton hisselection
selection selecton of Justice Jutce Brewers successor successorshall succes successorshall r rshan
shall depend depem solely solel upon upn his own idea ideaof idea0J
of 0 0J the appointees qualifications qualfato without withoutregard WlthOlt withoatregard
regard to any an active actve participation prtiipton he may mayhave ma mahave mayhave
have had in the cases before they reached reachedthe reachedtbe reachedthe
the Supreme Court CourtUnder Court Courttnder
Under nder these circumstances crcumstance Lloyd LlodBowers W WBowers WBowers
Bowers the present prent Solicitor Slctor General Generalwill Generalwi GeneralvIl
wi will still sti be eligible eliible for appointment appointent Mr MrBowers MrBowers MrBowers
Bowers although connected with 1th the De Department Department Dcpartment ¬
partment of Justice Jutce while whUebt whiIeboth both cases were werebeing werebeing ere erebeng
being beng prosecuted prosecute never took any active activeinterest actve actveInterest activeinterest
interest In either eitherOthers eitherOthers eitherOthers
Others Could Serve ServeThe SereTe ServeThe
The Te same ame was w true tre of Judge Juge Sanborn Sanbornof Snbr Snbrof
of St St Paul and Judge Juge Vandevanter Vloevnter of ofCheyenne otCheenne ofCheyenne
Cheyenne Wyo both bth members mebe of the theEighth theElghtb theEighth
Eighth Judicial Circuit Court Curt As mem members members memhers ¬
bers of this court they participated prtcipte in inContinued inContnued InContinued
Continued Contnued on Page 2 Column ColumnTA 5 5TAFT 5TAF1
House JOu e Votes to Have In e Saturday Ad Address AdIlrel Address ¬
dress Ilrel Printed In Records RecordsJust Rtcorll RtcorllJust RecordJust
Just before the House adjourned adjre yester yesterday yesterday ettr ettrday ¬
day on motion of Representative RepreentaUe Hamil Hamilton Hami Hamilton ¬
ton Fish of New York it voted vote to to have havePresident haePre havePresident
President Pre ldent Tafts Tafs speech speeh delivered delvere at the themeeting themeetng themeeting
meeting meetng of the League Ugue of Republican RepublicanClubs Repblcan RepblcanClubs RepublicanClubs
Clubs at the Arlington Alngton on Saturday Saturdaynight Saturdaynight Saturdaynight
night printed prnted in the Record RecordRepresentative RecordRepresenttvo RecordRepresentative
Representative Representtvo Carlin of Virginia Virginiaraised VJrSinlraised Virginiaraised
raised objection objeton at first but b t later with withdrew wih wihdrew withdrew ¬
drew it i Mr Fish who made ade the re request requ request ¬
quest qu st is one of the House Houe insurgents insurgentsPRIVATE Inurget InurgetPRAT insurgentsPRIVATE
Falls Fals Faii Down Stairs and Fractures FracturesTTVO Fracturc FracturcTwo FracturesTwo
Two Rll RllPrivate RlhJ RlhJPrvate Ribs RibsPrivate >
Private Prvate Dalzell Dalzel of the Treasury TrM De Department 1e 1epartment 1epartment ¬
partment partment Is at Sibley Hospital Hoptal suffering sufferingfrom stterlng stterlngtrom sufferingfrom
from two fractured ribs and a severe severebruises 5vtre 5vtrellulses severebruises
bruises llulses the result reul of a fall fal at his home
131 V street stree norihwc nor northwcsMr hw hwMr V VMr
Mr Dalzel Dalzel slipped sUppe on the te stairs salS at athis athis athis
his residence and fell fcl to t the te bottom bttJm He Hewas Hewas Hewas
was taken tken to the hospital hospitl as It was be believed beleved believed ¬
lieved leved he had been ben dangerously Injured InjuredIt InJur InJurI injureIt <
It I was was said last night that hewas he was a rent renting rft rftIng restlag ¬
ing comfortably and that tat his Injuries Injurieswere Injures Injureswere injurieswere
were not dangerous dangerousFloral daoerus daoerusFlornl dangerousFloral
Floral Designs DellJn by b Blnckistone Blnckistoneare
are exceptionally ecevUonaly exceptianallybeautiful beautiful beautul 14th 1th and H HFlooring H HFlnorlnr HFlooring
Flooring Flnorlnr Alabama Good 2 2 2i 55 100 10 Ft
Frank Libbey L1bey Co 6th i N Y ave

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