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ii 2 THE WASHINGTON WASZINGT HERALD THURSDAY APRIL 14 141910 1910 I
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JOIOEMOCRACY JOIOEMOCRACYContinued JOIN DEMOCRACY DEMOCRACYCon
Con Continued tinned from PARC One Onebut Onebut Onebut
but private friends During the thelong long even evening cvcnlng evenIng
ing Interest nsvor waned and there was washardly washardly witshrfti
hardly hardly an n instant without tUiout a flaro of en enthusiasm enthul5l enthum ¬
thusiasm thusiasmTb thul5l thumThe G1 G1TIM
Tb TIM latter letter frqjn frm William tnlam Jonnlngs JenningsBryan JonnlngsBr JonnLngsBryaii
Bryan Br received r 81vod several days ago A by b the thebanquet theb8nqut thebnquet
banquet committed and and outlined Tues Tuesday Tuesdll7 Tue5day ¬
day In The Washington Herald was road roadand IQ81and rettuand
and cheored to the echo A moseage mQB ltge of ofgood ofQOd ofgood
good will 111 and ncl optimism from Coy Go Mar Marshall Ma Mash MarsshMl ¬
shall sh U of Indiana wu road and received receivedwith rocehodwith receivedwith
with an n ovation ovationHe oattonHe ovationHe
He asserted the Republican party ip ipthe Iptho Iptho
tho Hoosier State ha haa deserted Taft and andthe nndthe andthe
the regulars at t the call of Senator Baver Baveridge n Bciveridge er erldge
idge and that every oor vote vot lost by the theadministration theadmfnl8traUon theadxnfxdstratlon
administration Is I one gained for the Dem Democrats Domocrats Democrat ¬
ocratsThe ocratThe ocrats ocratsThe
The mention of Gov Go Harmons name nameby nameby nameby
by Representative Francis Burton Harrl Harrison Harrleon Harrleon ¬
son eon of Now York wa vi the occasion for a agreat at agreet
great t demonstration Mr HanIcon re referred ref referrod ¬
ferred f to Got Go Harmon as uth the meet mo t pop popular popular popu1r ¬
ular Democrat oT or 0 the day da who woukl wouklbe woukle wouklbe
be e reelected governor of hie h hi state by bythe bythe bythe
the largMt voto over given to a candidate candidatein
in Ohio OhioThe ObloTho OhioThe
The diners jumped up waved wav their nap napklna navklns napkine
klna awl cheered like mad for five or orten orten orton
ten minutes lnutlL It was the only real dumon dumonatratlon dum d mon monatratlon on onBtratlon
atratlon of the evening eveningLetter eveningLetter eveningLettera
Letter were read from from Woodrow Wit Witeon WI18On Wilson ¬
son president of Princeton University UniversityHenry Unlvorslt UnlvorsltHenn UniversityHenry
Henry Watterson Adlai E E Stevenson Stevensonand Stevenaonand Stovenonand
and several voral others Six hundred Jefferson JeffersonDay JetternDay JeffersonDay
Day diners in Indianapolis wired their theircongratulations theltcongratulations theircongrtnIKtIOns
congratulations to the Washington uhln ton crowd crowdand crodand crowtland
and predicted victory in November NovemberThe loemberThe NovemberThe
The spanker included Champ Clark of ofMissouri oCUseourl ofMIsouri
Missouri Representative Harrison on of ofNew otNew ofNew
New York Senator Shively of Indiana IndianaSenator IndianaSenator IndianaSenator
Senator Hughoc Hu hOfi of Colorado < lo Representa Representative ReprC Repretientativo enta entaUV ¬
tive UV Rainoy Raine of Illinois Illlno and Senator SenatorGore SenatorGore SenatorGore
Gore of Oklahoma OklahomaSees OklahomaSecli OklahomaSeeN
Sees Dcmocrntc nemoera Victory VictoryChamp VictoryChamp letorT letorTCRamp
Champ Clark said the Democrats are aregetting aregetUD aregetting
getting together everywhere while the theRepublicans theRepublicans theRepublicans
Republicans present the appearance of a adissolving ndlohln adiseolving
dissolving dlohln view viewXast VIOWL3t 16W 16Wut
Xast ut Saturday Saturd jiight said ha 110 uPr uPrdront Presl Preoldent Presldent
dent Taft referred to the Democrats as asa nsa
a negligible quantity or word to that thateffect thAtetrect thateffect
effect If he will stroll up to the south southend aonthtnd eouthend
end of the Capitol and consult con ult an emi eminent eminent emineat ¬
nent and venerable Republican function functionary functionary functionary ¬
ary who occupies a high hl h seat there as to towhat towhat towhat
what ho thinks about the united Demo Democrats D8 Democrats 10 10erat ¬
crats when it comes to clipping tn tnclaws lhclaws tticlaws
claws of big Republicans he will 111 hear hearsomething 118arsomothlng hearsoroothing
something to his advantage advantageIf adantagtlIt
tlIt If ho will v l consult Thoodoru Afrkanus Afrlcanushe Afrkanus1 Afrkanus1he
he will learn what he ought to havo havoknown havoknown havoknown
known without consultation that almost almostevery aJmoetevery almootevery
every good measure which hlch Theodore TheodoreRoosevelt ThoodoroRooselt TheodoreBoosovelt
Roosevelt pressed prea ed upon Congress would wouldhavo wouldhavo wouldhave
havo failed of passage but for Demo Democratic Domocratfc Democratic ¬
cratic votes oles and if any good laws are areenacted IUOenacted areenacted
enacted by thIs thl Congress It will 111 be largely largelyby largelyb largelyby
by b aid of Democrat DemocratMr DemocratsMr Democratar
Mr r Clark saw 5 a harbinger of victory victoryin IctoryIn
in the big Democratic gains in the th De Ar Armond Armond Arrnond
mond district of Missouri and nd the FOBS FOBSdistrict F8iJdistrict Fonedistrict
district of Massachusetts Tho minority minorityleader minorityItadcr minorityleader
leader said the harmony hllrmon existing exJ t1ng among amongRepublicans IImongRepobUc8n8 amongRepublkana
Republicans la of tho game variety that thatmade thatmado thatmade
made the cat cats of Kilkenny famous famousWelcome Camoulelcomo famouaWelcome
Welcome elcomo All Recrnlt RecrnltWhile IteeruUWhIle ItecrnixWhile
While the th Republican factions are arereading arerending arereading
reading each o eh other out of the party partysaid partyBAld partysaid
said ho hOt hOttlwe tlwe we welcome recruits with open openarras opennrm openarms
arras and face tho future with confidence confidenceand conOdencoaM confldancoand
and exultation exultationWhen exultatlonWhen exultationWhen
When laid down In tho grave naxt fall fallthte fallthin
this epitaph thould bo carved upon tho thotombstone thetomlstone
tombstone tomlstone of tho Republican party partyHIo partYHle partyHic
HIo jacet jacetiho the G O P PWhile Pl1e PWhite
While l1e it lived it lived In clover cloverAnd clov clovAnd cloverAnd
And when it died it died all over overMr overMr overClark
Mr Clark said the Republican party partyhad PArtybad partyhad
had done great gre t things thingsgood good bad and andindifferent andIndlarent andindifferent
indifferent but there was 8 one thing thln It Itcould Itcould
could not do and that was wa to economize economizePresident economizePrsident
President Taft and hi Ida Cabinet he hecontinued hecontinued hecontinued
continued when new in their position positiondeclared poettloMdeclared poe1tiondeclared
declared for economy with a great flour nourish flourIsh flouriei ¬
ish of trumpets One day a few month monthago monthago inonthaago
ago Senator Hale of > r Maine passed a ahalf ahalf ahalf
half hour with the President In going goingout goingout goingout
out oC tho th White House ha declared with withmuch wUhmuoh withmuch
much enthusiasm to 0 the reporters eta stationed ataUonod etationod ¬
tioned there that ho and the President Presidenthad Prellidenthad Preeldenthad
had Just cut tho appropriations by the theneat theneat theneat
neat sum of 60000000 forgetful of the thefact thefact thefact
fact that appropriation bills are not notpassed notpessed notpassed
passed in the White House but in the thetwo thetwo thetwo
two House Hou of Congreu CongreuSo
So far the reduction In appropria appropriations approprIAtIons appropriations ¬
tions are conspicuous chiefly chien by their ab absence aBsence aksenoo ¬
sence sence and when tho total tot 1 are made up upthe upth upthe
the th chances aro that they wlU be as a large largeor lugeor largeor
or larger than tho totals for the fiscal fiscalyear tiscalY08r fiscalyear
year ending June JuneScorca 30 30Score 30Score
Score Scorca Senator Anclrioh AndrlohSome AndrtohSome AnclriohSome
Some lime ago Senator Nelson W V Ala Alarich Aldneb Aidrich
rich declared that It the government were wereconducted wereconduct8 wereconducted
conducted on business t principles the ap appropriation ap appropriation appropriatlon ¬
propriation bills could be reduced by b some some3W000MO some3OO000CiOO some3dOOOo
3W000MO Rumor hath it that he Is en endoavoring endeavorIng endoavoring
doavoring to devise some sort or board boardor boardor d dor
or commission comml lon to take the matter In Inhand Inhand Inhand
hand and see e If tho reductions may not notbe notbe notbe
be made madeIt madetilt madeIt
tilt It may m be safely rely stated that If he can canaccomplish CAnucompl1 canaccoznplish
accomplish the saving tng of 50000000 GOOOO an annually annuaKy annually ¬
nually or anything approximating that thatHum thatum thateum
Hum um bio energies will be muoh bettor em employed emploYed employed ¬
ployed than when concocting conC Cttng the Payne PayneAMrtchSmoot PayneAk1rlehSmoot PayneAklrlchSmoot
AMrtchSmoot tariff billthe worst tariff tariffbill tarlrYbill tariffbill
bill ever pieced upon the statute books booksbut booksbut booksbut
but he and his Republican conferees will willfail willtall wIllfail
fail to economize as they always 1Wy have havefailed bavetaJled havefailed
failed There is only one way WIl known knownamong knownamong knownamong
among men to achieve economy eeonom and andthat andthAt andthat
that is to put the Republicans out and to toput toput toput
put the Democrats in Inf a consummation consummationdevoutly conaummaUondevouUy consummationdovoutiy
devoutly to be wished wishedThe wlhedThe wishedThe
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log In mentioned It and having havl g fought Us Usadoption Usadoption itssdpti
adoption sdpti tooth and AU nail I desire to repeat repeatthat repeatthat repeatthat
that In my judgment Instead of being bln the thehost theboat thebest
host tariff blU ever passed as President PresidentTaft PresidentTaft PresidentTaft
Taft asserts it is the worst and that thatit thatIt thatIt
it and its predecessor tho Dlngley Dlnslo bill billtogether bl11tOlfether billtogether
together with tho trusts bred by b the high hightariff hightarltr hightariff
tariff are ar largely lArgEI responsible re ponlble for the high highcost hlShcost highcost
cost of living Uvln If a high tariff does not notIncrease notIncroase notincrease
Increase prices why do the tariff barons baronswant baronswant baronswant
want a high tih tariff tariffDlniiy tarIfflniiy
Dlniiy Inll Kind of Itcpiililicniin ItcpiililicniinRepresentative UlpnhllculRepret4entallvelrrancl JtepiilllcaiisRepretientative I
Representative Repret4entallvelrrancl Francis Burton Harri Harrison HarnIon HarriIon ¬
Ion akl kl that folks folk arc no longer asking askingWhat naklngVhllt askingWhat
What Is a M Democrat but What Phllt is isa Isft Isa
a Republican RepublicanNever RepubllcmntlNoor RepublicanNever
Never before boforehe he said have we had hadso hadso hadso
so many kinds of Republicans we ve havo havoinsurgents havohwurgentll haveInsurgents
insurgents and regulars progressives and andconservatives amiconservatIves
conservatives radicals radlca and reactionaries reactionariesvve reacUonarleeluno I
vve have Roosevelt Republicans and Taft Taftuenublicans rkftUtnubUcanll Taftijepublicans
uenublicans we have La FolletteBev FolletteBevertdge FolletteBccrJdse FolletteBeveridge
ertdge Republicans and Republicans hour honrIng hourling boarlog
ling log tho CannonAldrtch brand and for forall forIII foraft
all III I the fiftyseven varieties there will not notbo notbe
bo enough of them to carry carr the elections electionsnext elecUonI electionsnext
I next November NovemberMr lovomberIr NovemberMr
Mr Ir Harrison declared President Taft Taftwas TliCtwas Taftwas
was stroking the insurgent ln cat with his hisright hllJright hisright
right hand while whU with Ith hte Id left through throughthe tkroughtho throughthe
the Attorney General he skins It alive aliveMr aJlveIr aliveMr
Mr Ir Harrison declared that the Taft Taftadministration Taftadministration Taftadministration
administration had fallen into disrepute disreputebecause dllroputebeeaU1 disreputebecause
because nu at the ant rlt loud call of distress distressMr dlflreeeMr distressMr
Mr Taft had surrendered to the powers powersof powersoC powersof
of privilege privilegeInstead prUseInsteAd privilegeInstead
Instead of demanding demandln a general re revision re revilion revision ¬
vision of the tariff tarltlsald said Representative RepresentativeHarrison RepresentativeIiarrioon
Harrison upon the promise of which he hewas hewas hewas I
was elected to oflice om he capitulated to tothe tothe tothe
the powerful influences In ueqc65 of the old Re Republican Republican Republican ¬
publican machine Kven today the peo peoplo people peeplo
plo like and admire President Taft but butthey butI butthey
I they regret r et and resent his surrender to tothis tothis tothis
this mysterious power behind tho throne thronewhose throneI thronewhose
I whose hand lies heavy hfla upon the people peopleof peopleor peopleof
of the land Disregarding DIar rdlng all danger sig signals signAls Mgnals ¬
nals with 1th Senator Senator Aid Aldrich rich at his hi elbow elbowhe elMwhe elbowhe
he has driven the th Republican party into intodirect Intodirect Intodirect
direct collision with public opinion and andhae nndI andhas
I hat wrecked It Irretrievably Irretrievablyi Irr irretrievablytVrIte trlevably trlevablynulll
i AVould nulll AVrlte rlte Platform PlatformSenator 1 PlatformSenatoe ln form formS8ntor
Senator Gore the blind bhIn Democrat from fromOklahoma tromOklhoma fromOklahoma
Oklahoma made a characteristic speech speechin peechIn
in which ho said saidWe saidWe saidVe
We Ve should proclaim clear cut Jeffor Jefforsonian JofforsotlAn JefforsoIan
sonian principles unencumbered with de details de detal dotails ¬
tal tails A wilderness of details is a mill millstone millstone millstone ¬
stone and not a buoy Spread enough enoughcanvas eaouphcanvas enoughcanvas
canvas on the biggest battlof battlofship bAttle ship afloat afloatand afloatancl afloatand
and it will 111 list in the gentlest t gale galeBrevity 110Breotty galeBrevity
Brevity in not the highest virtue of a aplatform aplatform apatform
platform and yet the abeonco of brev brevity bre breIty brevity ¬
ity is sometimes BomeO not the least of its Usvice itsIeel itsvices
vice vicesIf Ieel IeeltlIt
viceIf
tlIt If I had the power P wqr as I ought o ht to have haveof haveor haveof
of writing the Congressional CC D euton1 platform platformthis ImtCorntthis liatfOflltthis
this yoar and of drafting the national nationalplatform naUonalplatform nationalplatform
platform two years hence I would con condense eondeMO condense ¬
dense and compress them all into a dosen dosenwords dolleftword dosenwords
words Those words ords should be these theseLees th thLo theseLoss
Lees tariff more trade free ships no notrusts notrWlt notrusts
trusts no graft no Taft In that sign signwa 5h11WEt signwe
wa conquer If compelled still further furtherto
to retrench I would oahl abbreviate those thoseplatforms th thplaUorms thoseplatforms
platforms into two words Leas tariff tariffThey tarStCThy tariffThey
They include and signify > all the rest restI rHtI
I Intend to introduce a a resolution di directing directing dlrectiug ¬
recting Senator Lodges committee on oncuriosity oneurJoMt7 oncuriosity
curiosity to ascertain what makes mak the thewildcat thewildcat thewildest
wildcat wild what hat makes the rattlesnake rattlesnakerattle raWukerattle rattissnakorattle
rattle what makes the screech owl owlscreech 01saeech owlscreech
screech what makes the humming bird birdhum birdhum birdhum
hum what makes the bumble bee bum bumand bumad buntand
and last Jut but not least IMt what makes the thewhangdoodle thewhngdoodl thewhangdoodi
whangdoodle whang wban and what makes makesthe makeslh8 makesthe
the monopolist monopolize monopolizePrtrty monopolizePart to toIart
Prtrty Part Son United UnitedIn Unltc1UIn UnitedIn
UIn In view Jew of the popular trend said saidToastmaater MidToulmster saidToastmaster
Toastmaster Clayton when he called the thediners thediners thediners
diners to order we can assuredly aaaurodlyfollcl aaaurodlyfollcltate feud felicitate feudtate ¬
tate our brethren throughout the country countryon
on tho general revival of Democratic DQfJ1o < ratlc prin principles principles principles ¬
ciples the certainty of Democratic har harmony hArmon barmony ¬
mony mon and the bright prospect of the therestoration thor therestoration
restoration r > of the administration of public publicaffairs pubUclI1ralrs publicaffairs
affairs to the care of our historic party partyI partYtor
tor I believe that the majority of our ourcountrymen ourcountrymen ourcountrymen
countrymen are tired of the misrule of ofbroken oCbrokon ofbroken
broken promise prom and nd the sins of omission omissionand omlulonand omissionand
and commission of the Republican party partyI
I believe that our countrymen will again againtrust Agalntrust againtrust
trust the Democratic party Faithless Faithlesarneee Falthleen8H Faithlessflees
neee infidelity In deltty and Insolence have char characterized characterized characterized ¬
acterized the conduct of our opponents opponentsand opponentBand opponentsand
and I do not believe that the efforts to tomake tomake tomak
make mak vicarious Icarto s rcrrlfices rlftcell of individual individualRepublican IndlvM IndividualRepublicans al alRepublieaM
Republican will meet popular demand or oravert oravert oravert
avert the just indignation and wrath of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the American electorate electorateI
I am confident that our party is united unitedand unitedDond unitedand
and will continue in harmony and that thattho thattho thattho
tho majority of our fellowcitizens will willdrive Willdrive willdrive
drive from power and place the party partywhich Jrtywhich partywhich
which has abused its high hl h trust If our ouropponents ouropponents ouropponents
opponents rely upon Democratic disagree disagreement dIMgreement disagreement ¬
ment they will JU be discomforted and those thoseopponents thos6opponents thoseopponents
opponents will be compelled to hang their theirharps theirharps theirharps
harps on the willow trees and walk the thegangplank thegangplank thegangplank
gangplank to the boat marked Defeat tlDefeatand Defeatand Detestand
and Damnation DmnaUoncnd and headed for Salt SaltRiver SAltRiver SaltRiver
River
Slilvcly Wins Inll Ovation OvationSenator OntloJlS OvationSenator
Senator S tor Benjamin F Shively of In Indiana Indiana Indiana ¬
diana won an ovation with a picturesque picturesquedescription picturesquedoscrlpUon picturesquedescriptIon
description of former Democratic vIe victories vIetorles vietories ¬
tories under purely Jeffersonian policies policiesdeclaring pollc pollcdeclulng policiesdeclaring
declaring tho future success of the party partydepnds p rtydepndll partydepnds
depnds upon whether hether or not it harks back backto baekto backto
to those fundamental doctrines He too toopredicted tooprOOlcted toopredicted
predicted a victory at the polls asserting assertingthe anerti anertithe assertingthe
the G O P has never won when it fal faltered faltored faltored ¬
tored toreduIeace
teredPeace
Peace commerce and honest friend friendship friendship friendship ¬
ship with all I l nations but entangling al alliances alllancc3 alliances ¬
liances with none said Representative RepresentativeHenry RepresentatIveHenry RepresentativeHenry
Henry T Ralney of Illinois in a so severe soVlro soyore ¬
yore arraignment of the policies of the theadministration theadmlnltltraUon theadministration
administration toward other nations He Hedeclared Hed Hedeclared
declared d lared America has become seriously seriouslyinvolved serJou seriouslyinvolved ly lyInoled
involved more than once through care carelessly curcJdSly carelessly ¬
lessly made and a dangerous treaties treatiesSenator treatiesSenator treatiesSenator
Senator Charles J Hughes of Colo Colorado Colorado Cob Cobrado ¬
rado was assigned as tped to respond to the thetoast thotout thetoast
toast The Declaration of Independence IndependenceHo In epondonce epondonceHe
Ho paid tribute to the author of that thatondurlng thatondurln thatenduring
enduring ondurln monument to devotion to liberty libertyand Jfbert Jfbertand libertyand
and abhorrence of tyranny tyrannyIncidentally tyrann tyrannIncldentllJly tyrannyIncidentally
Incidentally the Senator took occasion occasionto
to arraign arral J1 the Republican administration administrationespecially admlnllltraUonespeelal1y administrationespecially
especially criticising tho tariff tariffTime tarltrTIme tariffTime
Time for Harmony HarmonyJohn IInrmonrJohn ItarniunyJohn
John W V Tomlinson Democratic nation national national nationat ¬
al commItteeman for Alabama respond responding r respondlog SpondIng ¬
ing to the toast tlDemocra Democratic lie harmony harmonyspoke harmon harmonspoke harmonyspoke
spoke in part as follows followsDemocratic tollo tollouDcmocrlltSc followsDemocratic
Democratic harmony and Republican Republicanwant Rpubl1canwant Republicanwant
want of harmony with 1th the burden on onthe onthe onthe
the Republicans to answer their insur insurgents Insurgents insurgeMs ¬
gents and explain explain the high 111 h cost of living livingunder 11lngundcr livingunder
under the PayneAldrich tariff present presentan
an attractive opportunity for the elec election election cisction ¬
tion of a Democratic House and an later latera 1et ater atera r rn
a Democratic President Pre ldent But from past pastexperience INUitexperience pastexperience
experience wo know that the Republicans Republicanshave RepubllclInsha Republicanshave
have ha e a way of getting together on elec election election eloctlon ¬
tion day and therefore it will not do doto doto doto
to build too many hopes on Republican Republicandisagreements Republicandl8areements Republicandisagreements
disagreements disagreementsThe dl8areementsuTho
uTho The question is What hat will the Demo Democrats Demorats Democrate ¬
crate rats do Senator Taylor in a speech speechdown speechdown speechdown
down in Tennessee touching OH the pro prohibition prohibition prohibitlon ¬
hibition question que Uon described do rIbec1 a celebrated celebratedbanquet celebratedb celebratedbanquet
banquet b nquot where President McKinley put puthis puthIS puthis
his hand over the wine glass and said saidno saidno saidno
no and how another great sre t man on a asimilar asimilar asimilar
similar occasion did likewise Some one onein oneIn oneIn
in tho crowd yelled Bob what did you youdo1 YOUdo youdo
do1 do Taylor replied Fellowcitizens Fellowcitizensabout Fellowcitlzensabout Fellowcitizensabout
about that time I think a balloon noon went wentup wentup wentup
up
What will tho Democrats do Will we weput weput C Cput
put aside for the time nil matters about aboutwhich aboutwhich aboutwhich
which TVQ do not agree and present a asolid asolid asolid
solid front on all about which wo do doagree doasree doagree
agree Will we 0 refrain from tro n contro
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erty ert rinceil nt i10OOOO 8610000Justice aGnooooJUAtlee i10OOOOJustice
Justice Barnard yesterday aterday Admitted to toprobate to1rCMtc toprobate
probate the will m of Thomas F Walsh A Apetition ApetlUon Apetition
petition for the probate of the will 111 was wasfiled 18ft1ed wastiled
filed by tho American Security and Trust TrustCompany TrWltCompany TrustCompany
Company the executor of the estate Ac According Acconlin According ¬
conlin cording to this tb petition the personal personalestate peclO peclOntate personalestate
estate is valued at lIOIoI lIOIoIOnly 3LIO3SOnly JAM JAMOnly
Only tho assessed valuation of his real realestate realNlatfl realestate
estate is given in the petition placing it itat Itat Itat
at 1151L 1511272 Stocks and bonds wore held heldby heldby heldby
by Mr Ir Walsh h to the extent of S Sand ILbO ILbOand S2fe S2feand < <
and he had hll < on deposit in local banks bAnk J1W J1WMO IIo
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Colorado Building at Fourteenth and Q Qstreets astreets I Istreets
streets valued for assessment as ment purposes purP ses at at67C at6Ci76 atod6
6Ci76 67C 76 the Oxford Building and adjacent adjacentpropertied adjacentproperties adjacentpropertied
propertied assessed at 1353014 05ftl4 14 his Manna Massachusetts Mannachusetts ¬
chusetts chu tt8 avenue home assessed at 1i 1il3 821 l
151 the Ouray OUra Building at Eighth and Q Qstreets Gstreets 0streets
streets valued alu at SH7 147716 16 business bU8tn houses housesIn hou houIn housesin
In G street between Thirteenth and Four Fourteenth Fourteenth Fourteenth ¬
teenth streets assessed SSM at 16s313 6 60N 3S and aadother andother andother
other property worth 113lIT 113lITFOUND 13437 13437FOUND 1343iFOUND
FOUND DEAD IN CHAIR CHAIRCornellnn CHAIRCornelio CHAIRCornelin
Cornellnn Mcnsrlicr Jlcn l1cr DIcK Dlc Suddenly Sutldenl of ofllcnrt o olIenrt 01heart
heart Disease DiseaseCornelius DIlcnlleCornelius DiseaseCornelius
Cornelius Meagher cagher seventytwo Hvent two years yearsold yearsold ears earsold
old who was employed as a watchman watchmanin
in the Treasury Treasur Department Deprtm nt was found founddead founddead founddead
dead In a a chair in his room at the Yen Vendome Yendomo Yendome
dome Hotel yesterday morning Follow Following FollowIng FollowIng ¬
ing his breakfast he went to his room roomto roomto roomto
to read his paper bofore starting rot foiwork rotwork totwork
work and a short time later when the themaid themaid thEmaid
maid went to the room she found him himsitting himsitting himsitting
sitting upright In his chair dead deadThe deadThe 1001The
The coroner gave a certificate of doath doathfrom dOAthrom deathfrom
from heart disease dl ease Meagher 1Ie her came to tothis toI tothis
this city clt In 1S4 and has boon employed employedIn emplo ed edIn
I In the Treasury Trasurv ever slnco He leaves leavesa
a wife and five children in inSt St St Louis LouisKilled Louisl LouisKilled
Killed l Uled Her Husband HusbandXlockland JhullmntlRockland JluiebandItockland
Xlockland Me April 13 13Mrs Mrs Sadie Sa le F FNewbert Fewbert FNewbert
Newbert ewbert of Thomaston Mo was found foundguilty roundgulHy foundguflty
guilty by b a Supreme Court Jury this thisafternoon thisarternoon thisafternoon
afternoon of the murder of her Invalid Invalidhusband InvatklhusbRnd Invaikihusband
husband Fremont Newbert ewbert by b giving 11ln him himstrychnine himstrChnlne 1dmstrychnine
strychnine in his food on November IS ISlast Iilast Thlast
last The trial lasted but two days the thoevidence theclclence th thevidence
evidence showing that Mrs Newbert cwbert had hodpurchased McIp hadpurchased
purchased p rch sed ten grains of strychnine at a adrug adrug adrug
drug store tOro for the ostensible purpose pur e of ofkilling orkilling ofkilling
killing rats ratsPanic ratsInnic
Panic 1 lIIJc in rarl Paris Theater TheaterParis ThenterParis TheaterParis
Paris April 13 13There There was a disturbance disturbanceat
at the Opera Comique tonight to night while La LaTosca LaTosca LaTosca
Tosca was being performed which re resulted resulled resuIted ¬
suIted in a brief panic on the part of the theaudience theaudience theaudience
audience Several persons were injured injuredIn
In the crush The cause was a demonstra demonstration dornoI16tralion domon tra tration ¬
tion against theatrical trusts by Calvort Calvortand Calvortand Caivortan
and an Darien Darl n members of the Union of ofDramatic orDramatic ofDramatic
Dramatic Artists rUsts Both wero arrested arrestedHeld nrrestoclIeltl arrestedHeld
Held for U UlnJ lnp Untested Scales ScalcaHenry SenlesllCDry Scaleshenry
Henry Friedman of 1227 1 TwntjflfUi street north northwt norUtt northrMt
wt t was III amted ed on the Chapel MAd near ar T Tea TeaD311Jto Tennahlytowp a anallytoKTi
nallytoKTi yesterday by George r Alpha Howe lICMC as asdistant 11istant asalMant
distant D311Jto fealer 4eaher al r of weights and measures on a charge chargeof cbargof
of T TkObng > UQCK ng the law KOTcniiBC wights and measures measuresFriedman m meesursaFriedman
1 Friedman in buying burin junk was making use of a aset aitL aset
set of scales es that had not been teted and sealed
SUFFRAGE SUFFRAGESTAflD SUFFRAGESTAND SUFFRAGESTAD
STAND IS PUZZLE PUZZLEResident
to Address Women WomenWouldbe WomenVouldbe WomenWouldbe
Wouldbe Voters VotersINVENTION
ION TO OPEN TODAY TODAYrom
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opens tb the National American SoCCm SWIraAaMclatIoa Suffrage SuffrageAasociUon e eAModUoo
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address of weleowe weleoweThat wdcoonThat konM konMThat
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eager M r conjecture by er eer7 ry y ODe directly dlrecttyor
or indirectly lnl In interested r eetecl st d In the big bigm move moveIr movemont
m mont nt for the ballot box for wom OlDen n UuU UuUwilt tbatwltl theAwilt
wilt b begin eln a new chapter with Ith this na national naJJonaI najional ¬
tional gathering ptMrineWtU gatheringWill ath Hny HnyWin
Win he com rome out natfootsd fbr equal equalsaffrag CMlualIalfne equalsaffrage
saffrag or will 111 h he merely weleowe the thehundreds tbcoJta thehundreds
Jta hundreds of suffragists MIllra gWs to Washington Washingtonand Washingtonand pstoftAM
and skip lightly over th the one prevailing prevailinglwu WetatllagI8ue prevailingiaauq
I8ue lwu that brings them here Is the fact factthat factthat factthat
that h be consented to address the conven convention convenlion convention ¬
tion at all proof that he is favorably favorablyInclined favorablylaeHnecl favorablyinclined
Inclined toward the ecuse If he hely or oen oenly n nly
ly champions e the campaign what hAt influ influents Inllueac lnflueace ¬
ents eac will III It have on its ultimate suc success suctle18 soccons ¬
cess or failure failureAnsvrcr fanUNAnner failureAnnver
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Thc Tb Thee queries < tteri c and nd more along alon the 5 scone sconelines m mlines JIM JIMURN
lines were fired back and forth yester yesterday YHterday yesterday ¬
day time ties and again but nobody b bfntee hu huthe banguessed
guessed fntee ed the answer n wtr In any ay event th thaddress the ttMaddr theadess
address addr of Mr Taft will 111 b be listened to towith toIlb towith
with Ilb breathless breath1tss interest Int st and It he says saysthings aysthln saysthings
things thln the suffragists 8Uara W think favorable favorablehie fvorablehis favorablehis
his phrases will 111 be emblazoned on man mana many manrate manya
a votes for women banner and printed printedon
on many man a a campaign em circular circularThat eireuJarThat circularThat
That there women have no HtUe HtUeweight HtUewelPt littlewetItht
weight in polities even now is conceded concededIndirectly CODCedecIIndirectly concededIndirectly
Indirectly they th control many votes otes in inevery Inyry litevery
every yry State besides having havtn thousands of ofmen o omen ofmen
men pledged to support them at the polls pollsToday p pToday pelusToday
Today will probably tell whether they theywill the thew1l1 theywill
will solidly support President Taft and andhis aaclhis 03w1his
his administration or throw their weight weightIn ei t tIn
In other directions directionsFrom dtreeUonaFrom directionsFrom
From Miss 1 Anna Howard Shaw SM D D Dpresident Dprelldent Dpresident
president and chairman of the be conven convention eoav convenHen n ntlon ¬
Hen to tho th humblest suffragist in the theranks tMrllnks theranks
ranks It was wa admitted yesterday that thatthis thatthbl thatthis
this IB a turning point In the suffrage suffragemovement suffragemovement urcr e emovement
movement In America and it will even eveninfluence evenInftunce eveninfluence
influence Euroi Euro European > eftn campaigns campaignsNot campaignsSot campaignsNot
Not Enilinslnntlc Rally TtnllyThis TInUyThis RallyThis
This convention will not be a mere mererally Jlrerallv mererally
rally rallv rally to promote enthusiasm and stir up upspirit upspllt upspirit
spirit It will b be in the nature of a adetermined adetermined adetermined
determined effort to force the issue issuesquarejy lunesquiUeh issueaquarejy
squarejy before Congress not in the se seclusion ccclusion t tdUBlon ¬
clusion of committee rooms but on the thefloor thefloor
floor of o the House and Senate The Theleaders Th Thleaders Theleaders
leaders claim with no uncertainty unc rtRJnty In Intheir Intheir intheir
their tones that It is the Inalienable Inalienableright Inallnableright inalienableright
right of any an citizen of any sex to place placea
a national issue before the highest legis legislative Je Jelatlo legishative ¬
lative bodies Win or lose they are will willing wlUIng willlag ¬
ing to have the matter thrashed out In Inopen Inopen inopen
open debate and whether It takes a a year yearor yearor etr etror
or a decade they the are determined to fight fightit fiShtit fIghtit
it out along aJon those lines linesDr JInesDr linesDr
Dr Shaw will call the convention to toorder toorder toorder
order at 230 30 oclock ocl this afternoon but butthe butthe butthe
the first session will be devoted largely largelyto 1i gelY gelYto
to routine business including IRcludln reports of ofstanding otstanding ofstanding
standing committees and State delega delegations del delegations a alions ¬
tions tionsBadges tionsBadges
lionsBadSetl
Badges bearing the Inscription hO ptlon Votes Votesfor Yot Votesfor s sCor
for Women romtn were w e much In evidence last lastnight lutnt lastnight
night nt ht around the Arlington Hotel cor corridors corridors corridors ¬
ridors as many of the delegates d l sates have havealready ha havealready e elreacly
already arrived It was stated last night nighton nlshton nighton
on good authority that Miss las Shaw will willbe willbe 111 111be
be reelected president and that Mrs O OH OH 0H
H P Belmont will not be a a candidate candidateagainst candidateagaInst candidateagainst
against her Neither elther Mrs 1r8 Belmont nor norMrs norIrs norMrs
Mrs Irs Clarence Mackaj will come to toWashington toVashlngton toWashington
Washington for the convention It is isstated Isstat Isstat
stated statedAn stat d dAn
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An Interesting Int roIUng development last night nightwas nightVIIS nightwas
was the letter received by President Taft Taftform TlIttform Taftform
form the antlsuffrsgistx signed by Mrs MrsFrances MrsFrances MrsFrances
Frances M 11 Scott requesting him to tocancel tocancel tocancel
cancel his engagement to speak spe k or so soword soword soword
word his remarks that they thc cannot be beconstrued beconstrued beconstrued
construed to mean that his sympathies sympathiesare
are with the suffragists suffragistsTonights suifragietsTonights t tTonights
Tonights meeting meetln will 111 be the big bl ses session sessloll sessloit ¬
sion President Taft Rev Ulysses G B BPerce BPerce BPerce
Perce Robert L Owen and Mrs Irs Anna AnnaH AnnaH AnnaH
H Shaw will be the speakers s peak ors and Ra Rachel Rachel Radiet ¬
chel Foster Avery A cry first vice president presidentwill presidentwill presidentwill
will be In the chair chairAutomobile chairAutomobIle chairAutomobile
Automobile firm firlJW f1rtp and owners of cars carshavo carshave carshave
have placed a score of machines at the thedisposal thedisposal thedisposal
disposal of 0 the reception committee of ofthe orthe ofthe
the convention They will be used during duringthe duringthe duringthe
the early e rl sessions and will form part of ofi oCI
I i I the procession from the Arlington to tho thoCapitol thoCapitol theI
I Capitol next Tuesday Tucsda moraine
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facilitating selection What a help in inaffording inaffording inaffording
affording full appreciation of the quality of ofdetail ofdetail ofdetail
detail expressed in the ParkerBridget Parker Bridget gar garments garments garments ¬
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the suit will look in the brightest light lighthence lighthence lighthence
hence your undivided attention may be de devoted devoted devoted ¬
voted to picking out the ONE BEST SUIT SUITFOR SUITFOR SUITFOR
FOR YOU Its bound to be here In the thecrystal thecrystal thecrystal
crystal cabinets are hundreds to choose choosefrom choosefromand choosefromand
from fromand and nothing commonplace to offend offendyour offendyour offendyour
your sense of good taste tasteThe tasteThe tasteThe
The central idea of the Greater Parker ParkerBridget ParkerBridget ParkerBridget
Bridget store is to meet the requirements requirementsof
of every man with REAL quality apparel apparelwhether apparelwhether apparelwhether
whether he chooses to limit himself to toan toan toan
an expenditure of 1200 for a suit or orplaces orplaces orplaces
places no limit this side of the best the theworld theworld theworld
world can produce in exclusive clothes clothesthe clothesthe clothesthe
the PB Club Models
25 30 and 35 35HeadtoFoot 35HeadtoFoot 35HeadtoFoot
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COURTMARTIAL TRIAL ENDS E S I IInynmaier I IInymnter Ilayuinnler
i iGuilt
Inynmaier Hauchey 1I Fount Sot XotGulliy NotGuilty
Guilt > on One O of Two Count CouiitiBoston CountsBoston I IBo8ton
Boston April 13 13It It was as reported at the thenavy th thDy thenavy
navy yard today that tba t Assistant t Pay Paymaster Paymuter Paymaster ¬
master Lawrence Lawrenc G Haughey who 00 has hasbeen hubeen hasbeen
been on trial by courtmartial for or em embezzlement em emt embezzlement ¬
bezzlement t a Id d culpable negligence ueg e had hadbeen hadfound hadbeen
been found not guilty Ity on Ue first charge chargeand c caDd chargeand
and guilty pllt on the second but with 1tb ex extenuating exuaUn oxtenuating ¬
tenuating uaUn circumstances circumstancesThe drcaaeeaTbe ctrcumitaactsThe
The argument a ta were made ma e by Attor Attorney A Attorny lor lorney ¬
ney H L L Baker Bak for Haugbey K aad Naval NavalConstructor NavalConstructor aal aalConstruetor
Constructor HilUard Judge advocate of ofthe ofthe f fthe
the court Attorney Baker Ba1t < said if the tbfoCOUrt thecourt
court could hold his client on oe any an of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the charge ebar the President of the Vnrtert VnrtertSUtes 1nitelStat tnitedStates
States Stat could be held responsible for the theembezzlement th thbeHlaMDt thembesalement
embezzlement beHlaMDt of WOC06 tCIt C by Coleman at atthe attll8 atthe
the Cambridge CaM Bank He H said Id Haughey Haugheyis Hu IaugheyIs b6
is responsible r8llOll hIe for the money but he hecould heGOuld hecould
could not be held to account if it was wasfeloniously wasfelonIously u ufeJOftIouaIY
feloniously taken from him He brought broughtout broulhtout broughtout
out the fact that the lb entire sum had hadbeta hadbeea hadboos
beta made good goodDtiriaft goodHa goodDuring
During Haagheyx Ha bf absence from the theUnited thet theUnited
United t nlled States ship Castme on March Marchthe Marcb Marchthe I Ithe
the safe was I broken into and an4more noire more than thanC3M thanl0
I
C3M stolen stolenFIRE stolenFIRE tolenFIRE
FIRE IN APARTMENT HOUSE HOUSEFInt HOUSEPint 1 1Flnt
Pint Dweller Thrown Into State of ofExcitement j jBxcltcruviit IIheltement
Excitement in Night NightOccupants Iht 1 1Occupants i iOttupantll
Occupants of the Owasco apartment apartmenthouse apartm apartmenthouse t i ibou
house e in Lincoln road northeast were werethrown oTe I Ioclock I Itbro
tbro thrown into a statiC lat or excitement xcl t At 11 IIo II
oclock o clock last night when nre 1n was 8 discov discovered dilKored discovered ¬
ered in the boiler room of the building buildingOn bultdl bultdlOn buildingOn
On the arrival of No No1 12 1 Engine Com Company Company CornPaul ¬
pany the Ore was as quickly subdued Spon Spontaneous Spontaneous Spontaneous ¬
taneous combustion mbustion is the probable cause causeof causeof
of the fire The building buUdln is owned by byGeorge byGeorlc byGeorge
George Truesdale True dllie and insurance will willcover willCOVft willcover
cover the damage dam e which is estimated estimatedat
at 55ft
58BLOWUP
BLOWUP KILLS SEVEN SEVENDocile SEVENoclle SEVENBodice
Docile Bodice oclle Covered with flocks noel Alter AlterExplosion IterEq110 t1tcrExllosIon
Explosion Eq110 lon I In Quarry QurtrryEacion QunrrrEuton QuarryBaston
Eacion Paf Pa April B JA1Iemature 12A A premature ex explosion explOlion oxpiosbon ¬
plosion at the Nazareth Cement C t Com Companys CompAI Cornponys ¬
panys quarry at Navareth N h occurred this thismorning thlmornllt thismorning
morning burying bUryt a 1 number of men under undera
a mane of rocks and dirt Seven men menwere m menwere n nw
were w re killed and three injured but who whothe whlth whothe
the th dead are has not been determined determinedas
as their bodies bodl are still under the rocks rocksAll rocksAU rocksAU
AU the dead are foreigners forelgft William WilliamHarris WilliamHar WilliamHarris
Harris Har the th foreman was as probably fatally fatallyinjured ratallyInjured fatallyInjured
injured He was burled to his waist m mrocks In Inrocks inrocks
rocks The cause of the explosion will willi winnever Willllevet
i never be known as all who were hi the theImmediate t1aeImmediate theimmediate
Immediate vicinity of the dynamite were wereArdceier werekUled werekilled
killed
Ardceier Funeral Today TodayHigh TodayHigh TodayHigh
High mass of requiem will m be celebrated celebratedfor celebratedfor celebratedlot
for John P Ardeeeer Ar eeeer this th morning mornl at St StMarys StIny StMarys
Marys Iny Catholic Church by Rev Father FatherWunneberg FatherYwmebe FatherWunneberg
Wunneberg Ywmebe Burial will be in Mount MountOlivet dountOlhet MountOlivet
Olivet Cemetery The pallbearers will in be beWilliam beWilliam beWilliam
William Schwin Schwing hlng and Charles S S Shrove Shreveof SbreeoC Shroveof
of the Oldest Inhabitant Association AssociationRobert AaHClaUonRobert AnsociotlonRobert
Robert Berberich and Marco Laurenxi of ofSt oCSt o oSt
St Marys Society and James G Con Connelly Connell Connelly ¬
nelly nell and Charles King Kings Kln KlnComplnlllant
s h Complainant Under Arrest ArrestAddte ArrestAdd ArrestAddle
Addle Add I Ion Moran o for what 11 the gibe p haw Mea baeathat MeaIook beenkolcing
Iook kolcing f foe sevft days It fJOIttICtIoa with charge daKntJlat chargethat
that Me aaie ten made apuaet all lIfIt roncssaaa Howard HowardSottM BdwwnISlattH EdwardSettee
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her an a appearance before the trial board wtMtt abe aea the theSnttoa theSuttoa theSntkm
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