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NO 1293 WASHINGTON D C THURSDAY APRIL AP IL 21 1910 TWELVE PAGES TWO CENTS
T TAFTPRAISED TAFTPRAISEDHearst fTPRAISE fTPRAISEHearst
Hearst Sets the Political PoliticalFolk PoliticalFolk PoliticalFolk
Folk aGuessing aGuessingROOSEVELT aGuessingROOSEVELT a uessi g gROOSEVELT
ROOSEVELT IS RAPPED RAPPEDEditor RAPPEDEditor RAPPEDEditor
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HIGH ROAD TO PROSPERITY PROSPERITYFollowing PROSPERITYFollowing PROSPERITYr PROSPERITYFollowing
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Following Visit V it at White House for forJKrst forFirst or orFirst
First Time Since Roosevelt Sum Sumi Summoned Summoned Summoned
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moned Him Just Before Taft TaftCampaign TaftCampaign TaftCampaign
Campaign Independence league leagueChampion LeagueChampion LeagueChampion
Champion Issues Characteristiq CharacteristicStatement CharacteristiqStatement CharacteristiqStatement
Statement in Which He Compares ComparesRecords ComparesRecords Comparest
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Records of Two Men MenMother MenMotherParty NenAnotherParty Another AnotherParty
Party Must Modify Tariff if Peo People People PeoDeclares ¬
ple Want It ItHe He HeWilliam Declares DeclaresWilliam D Declares lares laresVm
William Vm am R Hearst called at the theWhite theVhite theWhite
White House yesterday afternoon afternoonand afternoonand afternoonand
and talked with President Taft for forhalf forhalf forhalf
half an hour hourIn hourIn v vIn
In the evening he set political politicalWashington politicalVashington political1Vasllillgton
Washington aguessing by handing handingout handingout handingout
out a characteristic statement in inwhich inwhi inwhich
which whi h he raps Roosevelt and heaps heapsa
a large measure of praise upon the thepresent thepresent thepresent
present incumbent of the White WhiteHouse WhiteHouse VhiteHouse
House HouseHearst HouseHcarst HouseHearst
Hearst declaresthat declares that Taft has ac accomplished accomplished accomplished ¬
complished more in one year than thanRoosevelt thanRoosclIClt thanRoosevelt
Roosevelt accomplished in seven seventhat seventhat seventhat
that he has pulled the country out outof outof outof
of the slough of adversity in which whichRoosevelt whichRoosevelt whichRoosevelt
Roosevelt left it and has started startedit
it on the high road ro d to prosperity prosperityIt prospentIt
It was the first time that Mr MrHearst MrHearst rr rrl
Hearst l earst has called at at the White WhiteHouse WhiteHouse lhite lhiteIIouse
House since President Roosevelt Rooseveltsummoned Rooseveltsummoned i isummoned
summoned him there just justbcfor justbcforthe before beforethe beforethe
the Taft campaign campaignBEIIBVES campaignDELIEES campaignBELIEVES
BELIEVES LVIIIS L 1N illS EFFICIENCY EFFICIENCYHero EFFICIESCYHero EFFICIENCYHero
Hero is tho Hearst Hearsttat6lftoot Hearsttat6lftootNo Statement StatementNo tatament a aNo
No one can talk with the Prei President Prdentwithout Presidentwithout dent dentwithout
without appreciating and respecting his hisearnestness hiscnrnesme hisearnestness
earnestness s and sincerity Personally Pc naUy I Ibellevo Jbelfevo Ibellevo
bellevo also in his efllcloncy efllcloncyHo emcloncyHe ellciencyHo
Ho has bean ono year In office and andhe andhe andho
he has certainly cartalnl aocompilshocf accomplished aocompll hod more in inthat Inthat Inthat
that ono year oar than Roosevelt did In his hisfirst hiefirst hisfirst
first year yearIt yearIt yearIt
It IB hardly fair tt to > compare Taffs Taffsone Tactsone Taftsone
one year r with Roosevelts seven and yot yotI yotI yotI
I am not euro that oven with that th t tho thocomparison thocomPArison thecomparison
comparison might not bcto Tafts advan advantage advantage advantage ¬
tage Tafts methods are not those of ofRoosevelt oCRlo8evelt ofRoosevelt
Roosevelt but then Taft will probably probablynot probablynot probablynot
not conclude his term with a 8 panic panicOn 1JnlcOn panicOn
On the whole holo it t seems to me that a aquiet Rquiet aquiet
quiet earnest OfIne otrnost t gentleman who came into intoofllco Intoomco Intooflico
ofllco when tho country was In tho slough sloughof sloughof sloughof
of adversity advcratl and after ono year OHr In of office orfiee office ¬
fice baa placed ed the country on the high highroad blshroad highroad
road of prosperity Is it quite as valuable a aPresident aPresident aPresident
President as a more and spectacular per person person person ¬
son who found tho country In tho height heightof
of prosperity and left it in tho depths depthsof doptbsor depthsof
of adversity adversityRoosevelt advorsltyRoolool adversityRooeovon
Roosevelt may not have been wholly whollyContinued whonyContinued whollyContinued
Continued on Pace 3 Column ColumnTWENTYFIVE 2 2TWENTYFIVE 3LED
TWENTYFIVE KILLED KILLEDDisastrous KILLEDDisastrous LED LEDDisastrous
Disastrous Explosion Reported in inMines inMines inNines
Mines at Mulga Ala AlaBirmingham AlaBirmingham AlaBirmingham
Birmingham Ala Ap April fl 20 2OChlet Chief State StateMlno Statel1no StateMine
Mine l1no Inspectator In pectator James Hillhouee was wasnotified v vnotified wxsnotified
notified tonight that a serious explosion explosionhad oCploelonhad exploslonhad
had taken place in the mines at Mulga Mulgaowned lusaowned Mulgaowned
owned by the Birmingham Coal and Iron IronCompany IronCompany IronCompany
Company Twentyftvo mon arc reported reportedto
to have been eD killed killedMORE killedMORE killedMORE
MORE COTTON FACTS GIVEN GIVENGovernment GIVENGOTerllment GIVENGovernment
Government Committee Gets IGFirst Its ItsFirst It ItJIrllt
First Open Support SnjinortNew SnllportNew SupportNew
New York April 30 GThe The government governmentcommittee goer governmentcommittee mont montcommltteo
committee investigating1 tho pool In cptton cpt cptton < pt ptton
ton found its first rat open support among amongthe amonsthe amongthe
the members of tho cotton exchange to today today today ¬
in David H Miller
day Mr Miller was wasa wasa
a 0 coreceiver with Ult Henry w 11 r Taftbrother Taft Taftbrother Tllrtbrothor
brother of the President and a brotherInlaw brother brotherinlaw brotherInlaw
inlaw of Attorney Attorne General Wlckeraham Wlckerahamin
in the Daniel J Sully cotton
failure Mr MrTaft 1 dirTaft r rTart
Taft afterward withdrew
from tho ro roceivorshlp recelvorshlp rocelvorship
ceivorshlp ceivorshlpIn
In tho course of a n statement which whichwas whichwas
was 88 given out today toda it is I said saidI
I wonder what tho mombors of the thoexchange thecxhange theexchange
exchange would think of an agreement agreementwhich agreementrhich agreementvhich
which hinds spinners not to sell any anycotton anycotton anycotton
cotton on tho New York Now Orleans Orleansor
or Liverpool cotton exchanges before No November Nowmbor Noember ¬
vember ember 1 1811 1811Whon lUln lUlnWhon Illle2When
Whon Mr Miller was pressed for or his hisreasons hl hlreallons hisreasons
reasons for this remark ho admitted that thatho thatho thatho
ho had in his possession a copy of thebull the thebull thebun
bull pool agreement alr cment of February 26 E He Horefused Heretused Herefused
refused to discuss the terms of this agree agreement agreement agreement ¬
ment but said that ho would hand it itover itover I Iover
over to the Federal grand jury before beforewhich beforezvhch I Iwhich
which ho Is subpoenaed to appoar tomorrow to toLOTT i
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morrow morrowLow
Low Fnren Fn to Abbeville N C C nod Re Return Returninnd ¬
furnInncl turn Land of the Sky
Reduced Redu fares to Ashevlllc account I
General G neral Conference M lip E Church South
Southern Railway May 2 to 11 Flnai jnai I
limit May 31 31Pnllncs SL SLPaling
Paling Dressed Drelu cl Any An Pattern S2 100 lots I II I
Frank rank Libbey Co 6th N Y ave
HUMORIST NEAR DEATH
DEATH
II SAMUEL SAmEL I L CLEMENS CLEMENSMirk CLEMENSllirk CLEMENSMark
Mark Twain TwainMARK TwainI Twain1M TwainMARK
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1M MARK ARK TWAIN T1NAI DYING DYINGSAYS DYINGI DYINGSAYS
I SAYS HIS DOCTOR DOCTORDr DOC OR ORDr
Dr Quiiitard QuilltardAdmits uintardAdmits Admits Patient PatientIs PatientIs PatientIs
Is Gradually Sinking SinkingXcvr SinkingSew
Sew York April 21 21At At 1 oclock oclockthl oclocctbl deloce delocethin
thin thl morning 1II0rnl g it Trn wns reported that11nrk that thatMnrk tbltlnrJ
Mnrk lnrJ Tijniii 10111 was Tuiconncloun uJlconlctous aud audTcry audVcr andvery
very Vcr low lowNew lowNew on onI
I
I New York April at StSamuel Samuel Lu L Clom Clomcas ClemCJUI
cas Mark Twain is weaker ker today and nndis andIe amt amtIs
is gradually g ually sinking nklng Dr Robert H HHahwy HHAIM HHalsey
Hahwy HAIM assistant unlt to Dr Bdward Quin Quintard Qulntartl Quintart ¬
tart of this city Mr r Clemens CJeme s physician physicianwho pbetdanbo physicianwho
who bo has h been with 1lh the patient con constantly constantl7 constantly ¬
stantly for several days summoned Dr DrQuintard DrQutntard DrQuintard
Quintard to Redding today toda After ho hobad hohad hehad
had examined Mr Ir Clemens Cle WJ I Dr Quin Quintard Qulntard Quintard ¬
tard issued this statement statementMr liJtatementlr statementMr
Mr lr Clemens is weaker today and anddoes anddoea anddoes
does not notrMpond respond as well as he did to tostimulants toatlmulanta tostimulants
stimulants Both cardla and pulmonary pulmonarysymptoms pulmonarymptoms pulmonarysymptoms
symptoms mptoms are not so favorable favorableBoth ravorableBoth favorableBoth
Both physicians remained with the pa patient ptllknt patlent ¬
tient through the day Dr Quintard re returned return returned ¬
turned turn to New York tonight but was wasin suin tUI tUIIn
in communication with Dr Halney Hahle at atthe attho atthe
the bedside every two hours or so soAfter soAfter soAfter
After his return tonight Dr Quintard Quintardsaid QulnlardRid Quintardsaki
said that although it was still hoped hopedthe bopedthe hopedthe
the patient would rally at present he heappeared heappeared heappeared
appeared to be failing gradually graduallyMr
Mr Ir Clemens was a still conscious con clou today todayand todayand todayand
and was w able to speak to those about abouthim abouthim abouthim
him For the most part 1Ie e rested comfortably com comfortably oomfortably ¬
fortably but occasionally showed 8 luwod signs signsMr signsMr t ns ns1Dl
1Dl 1DlI
I Mr Clemens CJ m It was feared tonight tonightwould tonIghtwould tonightwould
would not live until tomorrow morning morningRestoratives mornln mornlnRestoratives morningRestoratives
Restoratives and stimulants which had hadbeen 1t8dbeen hadbeen
been of some benefit before tonight tonightseemed ton1lhtHemod tonightseemed
seemed to have no effect on him himAt himAt himAt
At 11 o oclock clock Dr Halsey was again In Inconsultation InooneullaUon Inconsultation
consultation with Dr Quintard At A t that thattime thatlime thattime
time the report report ren rt from fr m tho sick room was wasdiscouraging wasdt vssdiscouraging
discouraging dt eourana and it was evident that thatIUtie thatlittle I Ilittle
little hope was left Later In the night nightMr night1lr nightMr
Mr Clemens lost consciousness consciousnessAt
At the bedside were only Me Clemens Clemensdaughter Clemensdau Clemensdaughter
daughter dau htl Clara and the letters husband husbandOcsip hu husbandOcaip bant bantO
Ocsip O lp Oabrilowitsch the pianist besides besidesDr bHklesDr besidesDr
Dr Halaey Ha1e and the nurses nursesTNJUREDIN nureeslNJUIEDIN nursesalT
TNJUREDIN lT t t RIOTS RIOTSTwo RIOTSTwo RIOTSTwo
Two McKees Rooks Strikers and andConstable andConstable andConstable
Constable Dying DyingPlttsburs DyingPJltabur DyingPittsburg
Plttsburs April prU MIn In a battle this thisevening thisevenln thisevening
evenln evening between strikers and township townshipconstables townshipconatablca townshipconstables
constables at McKee Rocks at least leastseven leastseven oo t tseven
seven persons were injured three of ofwhom oCwhom ofwhom
whom will likely die dieTho dieTho dieThe
Tho dying are Constable Con tablo James M MDaniels 1IDanhwI MDanleds
Daniels who is lasbot shot through throu through h the abdo abdomen Abdomen abdomen
men and chest Joo Blernot Hungarian Hungarianstriker Hunpnnnstriker Hungarianstriker
striker shot several times by b constables constablesand comtlbleanti constablesand
and ai an unknown strlkor who refuses to togie toXh togive
give Xh e his hi name nameThe nameThe nameThe
The trio is at the Ohio Valley Hospital Hospitalthe l Icpltalthe pltal pltalthe
the last named being under arrest arrc t In Inaddition InAddition Inaddition
addition to this one of the attacking attackingstrikers attackingstrikers attackingstrikers
strikers was hit by a train as he wasescaping was wasescaping watCIICtlplng
escaping from the pursuing mob and andknocked andknocked andknocked
knocked over the bank Ho Is thought thoughtto
to have fallen into thorivor th thee river but no notrace notrace notrace
trace of him could bo found in the thedarkness thelarkne thedarkness
darkness darknessA larkne larkneA
A farmer named Hannan was wa shot shotthrough shotthrQugh shotthrough
through tho hand and am two unknown for foreigners toreiglers forelgtsers ¬
eigners were carried away by their theirfriends theirrlends theirfriends
friends apparently badly tnJured The Thebattle Thebattle Thebattle
battle occurred just at dusk on the now nownotdrious nownotdrious nownotdrious
notdrious bloody angle where so much muchrioting muchrlol1n muchrioting
rioting rlol1n and bloodshed occurred curred In the last laststrike lutstrike laststrike
strike strikeFAIL strikeFAIL strikeFAIL
FAIL FOR THREE MILLIONS MILLIONSKnight MILLIONSKnl MILLIONSKnight
Knight Knl llt Ynnccy Ynncc fc Co Cotton Factor Fac Factors F9Cior ¬
tors ior File Bankruptcy Petition FetittonBirmingham PetitionBirmingham PctltlonBirmingham
Birmingham Ala April 20 2OKnlght 2OKnlghtYancey 20KnightYancey Knight KnightYancey
Yancey Co cotton factors 9t of f De Decatur DecaLUl Decaaur
catur A nits with branches in Mo Molfllo le and andSelma andSelJm andSenkt
Selma Ala tla and nd Memphis Tonn cnn today todayfiled todo todotiled todayflied
filed a voluntary petition in bankruptcy bankruptcybefore bankruptcbefore bankruptcybefore
before tho noferoe of Huntsville Hunt vUle Ala AlaWJille AlaWhile AlaWhile
While a full list lI t of liabilities has not notyot notot notyet
yet ot been made up It will total between between2i780XW between37soon
37soon 2i780XW 2 750OOO and S3fp0000 3000000 carried b btnk8 banks banksIn btnk8In
f In n tho South In n Now York and across acrossthe ncroltSthe acrossthe
the water waterYOTOG watorYOUNG materYOUNG
YOUNG GIRL DISAPPEARS DISAPPEARSAll
All Police Precincts Are Asked to toFind t tPlml tp tpFined
Find Daisy Dnb Copeland CopclnnrfPolice CopelunllPollco CopelandPolice
Police of the Second precinct were yesterday yes yoaterday 08 08tarday
terday asked to find Daisy Copeland a afourtoenyearold arourto4n afourteenyearold
fourtoenyearold rourto4n elUold girl missing from her herhomo herhome herhome
home 250 36Y Qulncy Qui cy street northwest northwestHor northwestHar northwestfor
for description had been sent to all alltho nIltho alltho
tho precincts Daisy Is largo for her age agehas asehas agehas
has light brown hair blue eyes and andworo andworo andwore
woro a pink pl k princess dross trimmed withwhite with withwhite wlthwhite
white buttons and a hat trimmed In red rodCobh redColb redCobb
Cobb n Candidate CandidateRockland CnuclhlnteRockland CandidateRockland
Rockland MeT 110 April 2OFormor 0 Former Gov GovWilliam GovWnUam GovWilliam
William T Cobb tonight announced his Illscandidacy hiscandldacj hiscandidacy
candidacy for tho United States Senate Senateto
to succeed Senator Hale HaleSlnt HaleItt HaleMat
Mat Itt The Lady from Jocks To ro ¬
day 216 Columbia Thoator gflo to SI SlPost 1 1Pohc
Post PoBlji Pohc Dressed 33 3 eta Apiece I
Frank Llbboy Co 6h 8 N Y ave
SLEUTHS lEUT DET1ILEI DET1ILEIIT DEA1LEDR nllE nllET
IT ATDisplay T D 01A1 I R 1 M MDisplay H HA tl tlif
I if ifDisplay
Display of t1Jnable uable Jewels JewelsTempts J JewelsyetiAis evels evelsrre1l1pts
Tempts Pickpo Pickpockets PickpocketsTWO ets etsTWO etsTHEFTS
TWO U UDiamond THEFTS h REPORTED EEfOHTEDDiamond REPORrlEDDiamond
Diamond Ring Worth V orth 83000 83000Stolen 8000 8000Stolen 3000Stolen
Stolen from Daughter DaughterEvery DaughterEver DaughterEvery
M
Ever Every Detective In Central Office OfficeSearching OffIceSear OfficeSearching
Searching Sear hlnll for Missing Stonem StoneDllo StoneDlloUoe StonesIolioe Po Police ¬
lice Officials llelluvc Perpetrator Perpetratorof r rof
of Robberies Is AVouian VomnnElltrance VomnnElltranceto Entrance Entranceto
to fleeting Place Now Carefully CarefullyGuarded CarefullyGunrdcdCostl CarefullyGuardedCostly
GunrdcdCostl GuardedCostly Guarded Costly Genii WornAs Worn WornAs om omAs
As a result of twolaring twojlarlng two J1BIlng thefts com committed committed cornmitted ¬
mitted by pickpockets among members membersof
of the D A R at Continental ConUne tal Hall r rccntly rccnUj re recently
ccntly Maj Sylvester has detailed a asquad asqund asquad
squad of dotoctlvos dot cU06 to tho hall to guard guardagainst guardabalnst guardagainst
against another robbery and if pOMlble pOMlbleto
to detect and apprehend tho perpetra perpetrators perpotrntors perpetrators ¬
tors of the crimes reported reportedTwo reportedTWQ reportedTwo
Two thefts have be been n reported to In Inspector Inspoctor Inspector ¬
spector Boardman but ho has not made ntadapublic mnd6public madepublic
public tho names of tho women woman who wore worerobbed worerobbed worerobbed
robbed A solitaire diamond df Bond ring valued valuedatSOOO valuedat aluedo
o at atSOOO SOOO was lost by one member and andanother andanother
i ianother
another reported tho theft the l of a 8 rare rarejewel raroJowol rarejewel
jewel which she declined to appraise appraisesaying apprahtehlg appraisespying
saying hlg she regretted the low lo mora be because becauio because ¬
cause of the associations assoele u oct Liona which she at attached atUtchod attached ¬
tached to tho gem than because of its itsintrinsic luIntrhlo itsintrinsic
intrinsic value valueMrs valueMrs Iue IueMr3
Mrs Matthew T Scott president gener general general ber beral ¬
al announced from the platform at the theconvention theconvon theconvention
convention convon on yesterday terday that a vsluabie vsluabiediamond valuable valuablediamond Iuable Iuablediamond
diamond ring rln and a diamond and sapphlre sap sapphire apphlre ¬
phlre ring were mining mtatn She asked the theassistance theaSIftUutee theassistance
assistance of tho Daughter in recover recovering roco8fIng recoverlag ¬
ing them themOrnaments themOrnnmenta themOrnnmcnts
Ornaments Worth orth a Million MillionAccording 1lilhIenAccording 1I11lonAccording
According to a a woman expert there is isa Isa Isa
a million dollars dolla worth orOl of Jewelry dis displayed d displayed i iplayed ¬
played by tho Daughters at each session sessionof sesatonot sessionof
of the congress The insignia of the thesociety th theoclety thesociety
society is I adorned with precious stones stonesdiamonds stonediamonds ton tondiamonds
diamonds flashing In abundance abun ance Mrs MrsJohn MrsJohn IIII IIIIJohn
John Miller liller Horton of the Buffalo Chap Chapter Chapter Chapter ¬
ter alone displays dlapl jeweled eled orders and andornaments andornamonts andornaments
ornaments conservatively estimated at atslaooo
i
slaooo slaoooTo 10000 10000To
I
To persons mingling with the Daugh Daughters DHu Daughters h ¬ i it8CS
ters and an observing the wealth of riches richesdisplayed richesdisplayed i idJ
displayed dJ pIaed the historic lalftt rte Field of the Cloth Clothof Clothof i iof
of Gold was a mare twinkler In compari comparison comparlI comparlIlion comparlson ¬
son Such an aMblbltion o9 IbtloR of game ge a worn wornby Wi wornby > rn rnby
by women generally oocnJly too much oancdcuM oancdcuMwith aoncoa eUt1d1 eUt1d1with + uod uodwith
with toe the t e business of the conjcrr conjcrrthink con congress t1 t1think tilt tiltthink
think of guarding < < their gems is a II tempta temptation ttmtptatlon temptation ¬
tion which pickpockets find hard to overcome over overcome MerI ¬
I come the police say sayThe sayThe 1 1The
The two gems reported stolen to the thepolice tbepolice thepolice
police haye not been recovered although althoughevery altbQ althoughevery h hevory
every detective in the central offlce o ke has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been searching for tho missing stones stonesEntrances ston stonEntrances stateEntrances
Entrances to t the hall are guarded by bydetectives bydetecUn8 bydetectives
detectives who scan can the face of every everyperson ovel ovelperson everyperson
person entering Tho detectives who ho have havebeen h8nbeen havebeen
been detailed to the work ork are men fa familiar CamlUar familiar ¬
miliar with the most famous pickpockets pickpocketsin
in the country countr and it is believed a crook crookwould crookwould crookwould
would find it difficult to entec the hallwithout hall hallwithout hallwithout
without being detected detectedThieves dotectedTblevcs detectedThieves
Thieves I Jln May Iuy Be Women WomenPolice WomenPolice VontenPollco
Police officiate o tbellovo the pickpockets pickpocketswho ptckpocketswho pickpocketswho
who succeeded In lifting the gems are arewomen arewomen arewomen
women It is said by the police that a aman Aman aman
man bent on nefarious business would wouldhardly wouldhardly wouldhardly
hardly dare venture among mon tho Daugh Daughters D DI Daushtors ¬
I tors while a clever woman fashionably fashionablydressed fashionablyI fashionablydressed
I dressed and wearing some badge b d e which whichshe whichshe whichshe
she might find or steal would wouldflnd flnd it an aneasy anea8Y aneasy
easy task to pass as a member memberRumors memberRumors memberRumors
Rumors of thefts of gems have spread spreadrapidly spreadrapidly spreadrapidly
rapidly among the delegates and the theDaughters theDaulIhters theDaughters
Daughters who have been wearing wc rlng costly costlyornaments costlyornaments costlyornaments
ornaments have grown somewhat uneasy uneasyconcerning uneasyconcerning uneasyconcerning
concerning their valuables It is be believed believed believed ¬
lieved the added care C re of the Daughters Daughtersand Dau Daughtersand hters htersand
and tho vigilance of detectives will 111 pre prevent prevent provent ¬
vent a repetition of theifts at the hall hallTHREE hallTHREE haltTHREE
THREE DROWNED DROWNEDSeven
Seven linemen Eishermen Are Thrown Into Intothe Intothe Intoe
e the Sea SeaAtlantic SeaAtlantic SeaAtlantic
Atlantic City CJt N J April 20 20Sevon 20Sevonmon 20Sevenman Seven Sevenmen
men were thrown into tho sea oil Here Hereford Heretord Hereford ¬
ford Inlet twenty twent miles below this citythis city citythis citythis
this afternoon by the capsizing ca zlng of ot a fish fishing fishing fishing ¬
ing boat in which they were werereturnlns werereturnlnstrnm returning returningfrom returningfrom
from repairing pound not nets staked off the thecoast thecoast thecoast
coast Three wore drowned and crews of oftho otthe ofthe
the lifesaving service rescued four fourThe tourThe fourThe
The drowned men were Ross Thomp Thompson Thompson lhompson ¬
son of Goshon William Champion of ofMillviUe orlIl1Iv1lle ofMilhille
MillviUe and William Murphy of Chin Chincotcaguc Chincoteague Chincoteague
coteague Va Tho ufteet uf uset et occurred short shortly shortly shortly ¬
ly before Sundown while the fishermen fishermenwere t8hermenwere fishermenwere
were pulling pu1lln into Hereford Inlet A slight slightmistake sU slightmistake ht htmistake
mistake on the part of tho steerman sent sentthe sontthe sentthe
the dory dor sidewiee on the bar barWhile barWhUe barWhile
While life savers from Hereford Station Sta Station Statton ¬
tion woro launching their boat watchers watcherssaw wAtcherssaw watcherssaw
saw the three mOn washed from their thoirholds theirholds theirholds
holds on the capsized dory None of them themreappeared thenlreappeared thenreappeared
reappeared after sinking sinkingOLDEST sinkingOLDEST sinkingOLDEST
OLDEST CONFEDERATE DEADGen DEAD DEADGen DEADGcn
Gen French Pa Passes se eH Away An > ift the ARC ARCof Ageof JC JCor
of Ninetytwo NinetytwoMobile XincttwofobUe NinetytwoMobile
Mobile Ala April 20Maj 20 Maj Gen S G GFrench GFrench GFrench
French the oldest living Confederate gen general coneral general ¬
eral died at Florola florol Ala today toda after aftera
a long llljiess 111p He was ninetytwo yoaraof years yearsof OnI OnIof
of age ageGen ngeGen ageGen
Gen Fr FrSncli > Sneh was tho oldest living grad graduate graduate graduato ¬
uate of West Point and andfn in the Confederate Confed Confederate ConCedcrate ¬
erate service was a soldier of much muchprominence muchpromlnonce muchprominence
prominence Ho was born at Gloucester GloucesterN
N J in 1SJS and was graduated from fromWest fromWest ro roYcat
West Point in 1S43 1S43Ho 1843Ho 1593Ho
Ho went to the State of Texas and andserxed anddcred andeorved
serxed dcred under Gen Taylor l ylor In tho Mexicanwar Mexican Mexicanwar
war He was severely wounded at tho thoI thobftttio thebattle
I battle of Buena Bu na Vista V ta Returning to New NewJersey NewJersey NewJersey
Jersey he was presented with a B sword swordby SWordby Swordby
by that State Ho resigned from the thoarmy tboarmy thearmy
army in 1555 and went to Mississippi MJs lsslppl to toengage toongage toengage
engage In farming farmingBlnekldtone farmlnSDlncklldon farmingBlnekistone
Blnekldtone s Exquisite Floral Defilcna DelllJnmade
made up of tho choicest flowers 14th H HFence HItcncc HFence
Fence Halls Dressed DrellllJ ll 25 cl ctH Apiece
Frank Libbey Co 6th N Y ave
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FIght Over Favor for II hoarding DonrtllnJIlouKe hoardinghouse on rill HK HKIIOUKC
IlouKe house Keeper at Welch Welch e1Cb W Vu VuUna Vuhas n nJlnl
has Fatal Ending E EndingStnr llin Star Hoarder Hoarderami UonrdernUll Boarderanti
nUll Woman omnn Also in Critical Con Condition Conditlol1Jlu ConditionIlusbnnd ¬
dition ditlol1Jlu ditionIlusbnnd Husband hund Killed a Year Ago Agof Agofnjvrea Jo Jotr
f
1 tr A 11 11injured e
injured hi m f1a f1aVtt a aVh Welch 1 11i
Vtt 1i Mrs In Alico Clock seised a revolverand revolver revolveraad I Iaad
aad instantly killed John Jones and his histwo histwo histwo
two eons Lewis and AD4Alfred AD4AlfredSIte AlfredShe Alfred AlfredShe
She also shot and 4 fatally wounded woundedwart Ed Edward ltd ltdward ¬
wart ward Denham a boarder at the the C Cbane C1 C1home clekbome
home homeMrs baneMrs
bomen
Mrs n Cleek ran a boartimchouM and anda an4a anda
a few weeks ago lO Arthur Arthur Taylor eam earns to tolive tolive tolive
live with her Ho was 118 tho star boarder hoarderhot boarderbut boarderbut
but the two Jones boys were rivals rinJ for forher Corher forher
her favor favorThe 101The favorThe
The men became intoxicated latoxte ted today todayand todayand todayand
and the trouble started 8Wt l when the elder elderJones ekterJones elderJones
Jones attacked the UM woman because becau e she sherefused shor sherefused
refused r r to hold his son sons in favor favorKnlvoe fair f8VlrKnlYos fairKnives
Knives wore flashed and more than forty for forty tort ¬
ty t shots were SIred The star tar boarder r Is Isnow Isnow Isnow
now In a R critical condition Mrs Cleek CleeklanseB CleekapgeU Cleeklapsed
lapsed Into a state sta of o unconsciousness unconsciousneafter unco unconsciousnessafter 8etouBne 8etouBneafter
after the battleFloyd battle battleFloyd balUelloYd
Floyd Baxter superintendent su rlntendent of a coal coalmine roIL1mln coalmin
min mine killed her husband a a year ear ago ag when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the fetter fatter found Baxter in his home homeWIFE homeWIFE homeA homeHer
WIFE CHEWS TOBACCO TOBACCOHer A
Her Husband Asks Divorce on onGrounds onGrounds onGrounds
Grounds of Cruelty CrueltyMuncle Crueltyuncle CrueltyMuncie
Muncie uncle Ind April ahother 20 Whether the thefact tiletact thefact
fact that a wife is I addicted to the habit habitof habitoC habitof
of chewing tobacco tob < < o is cruel treatment treatmentof
of the husband within the meaning of oftho oftho ofthe
tho statuo is a question that wilt be de decided tieclded decided ¬
cided by Judge Jud e Letter when the divorce divorcecase divorcecase divorcecase
case of John W Yo Heffcrline against his hiswife hiswiCe hiswife
wife Georgia is called caled in circuit coujt coujtThe coujtThe coujtThe
The Hefferllneg have been married marriedtwentyeight lDarrl lDarrltwentyeight marriedtwentyeight
twentyeight years ears and the husband husbandsays hU8tHlndsays husbandsays
says he no longer can stand the habit habitof babltor habitof
of his hi wife chewing chowlngPROF chowingPROF chewingPROF
PROF KOCH IS ILL ILLFamous ILLlnJllou ILLFamous
Famous German Bacteriologist line HniPnenmonla Ua UaPllenmonIa linePneumonia
Pneumonia PnenmonlaBerlin PllenmonIaBerlin PneumoniaBerlin
Berlin April 20 GProf Prof Robert Koch Kochtho Kochtho Kochthe
tho famous bacteriologist blcterlologlst lie seriously ill illof IIIor illof
of pneumonia pneumoniaLAIRD pnoumona pnoumonaLAIRD pneumonaaLAIRD
LAIRD GETS OFFICE OFFICEIHontKomerj OFFICEJlontJomcrT OFFICEMontgomery
Montgomery County Count Man on Public PublicUtilities PublicUtiUtlel PublicUtilities
Utilities Board BoardBpedAl noar Board6pedai l ll
BpedAl l to The Washington Herald HeraldBaltimore JlnaJdBalUmore heraldBaltimore
Baltimore JId ld April 20 20PhlIlp Philip D DLaifd DLalf DLail
Lail Laifd Lalf of Montgomery Iont mer County Md was wastonight wastonight wastonhtht
tonight appointed an associate Ilte on the thepublic thepublic thepublic
public utilities commission comml sion by b Gov GovCrothors GO GOCrothers GovCrothera
Crothors The appointment w was s made madepossible madepo madepoeeiblo
possible po slblo by b reason roao of tho refusal roCusl 1 of Judge JudgeAlfred JudfeAllred JudgeAlfred
Alfred Pearce of Kent County to serve serveMr ser6Mr serveMr
Mr Laird and the other members of tho thocommission thocomml thecomntleslonW
comntleslonW commission comml slonY W W Abell and James M MAmbler ltAmblerwill MAmblerwill
Ambler Amblerwill will assume a sume office o Ice on May 1 iCol 1Col 1Col
Col Sherlock Sherlock Swann president Jro ldent of the theboard theboard theboard
board of police commissioners of Balti Baltimore DaIUmor Baltimore ¬
more mor resigned re lfmed today tol1o and tho governor governorappointed governorappointed governorappointed
appointed Col C Baker Ckmvorthy CJotworth of ofthe ortho ofthe
the Fifth Maryland Regiment as his hisHALLEYS hissuccessor hissuccessor
successor successorI
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HALLEYS COMET COMETDaily COMETDaily i iDaily
Daily Bulletin BulletinApril BuUetinApril BulletinApril
April 21 2rHalleys Halleys comet cometrises cometrises cometrises
rises today 324 3 24 a m to tomorrow t tmorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow 3 320x 20 20a a m Sun rises
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For the District of Columbia Columbiaand Columbiaand Columbiaand
and Maryland MarylmdRain Rain this morn morning1 momingl morning ¬
ing1 ing followed by fair tomorrow tomorrowfair tomorrowfair tomorrowfair
fair and warmer warm r light variable variablewinds variabiewinds variablewinds
winds becoming southerly souther to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow morrowHERALD morrowHERALD morrowHERALD
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Mark dark Twain Dying DyingWoman D7lngWoman DyingWoman
Woman Kills Kill Tare T1U Three jea jeaTMfls diea dieaThafta loa loaThefts
Thefts at Convention Han BullWolter Hanloiter HanWoiter
loiter Jurymen in Tears TearsMrs TINLI TearI4rs
Mrs I Stocr St Stop q Pines Padft les D A R R3TeIls RTeU5 RTens
Tens TeU5 of African Trip TvloSimple T TripSimple > > IJ IJSImPle
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IlComing ICom Coming Attractions AttraetJoDLl1Commerelal Attractions11Commercial
l1Commerelal 11 Commercial and Financial FIDDdaL13BaJUmore Financial15Baltimore
13BaJUmore 13 Baltimore Merchant Coming ComingPolice CoAttDCPollco ComingPolice
Police Reforms Ordered OrderedDENIAL OrderedllENIAL OrderedDEMAL
DENIAL AT VATICAN VATICANOF VATICANof VATICANllNCIOS
OF NUNCIOS llNCIOSMgr REGALC REGALCMgr RECAL RECALMgr
Mgr b Pigiiatello Ijrnos L7 L7A ells Has Done DoneNothing DoneNothing
Nothing A otlliug b bRome Blameworthy BlameworthyRome l
Rome April 38 2 The Tho Vatican denies the therecall thorecall therecall
recall of Mgr I gr Pignateito the papal papalnuncio papalnuneio papalnuncio
nuncio at Vienna ViennaA
A High Ih oulctal o 1daJ when questioned questionedthat qu tloned aid aidthat saidthat
that the nuncio had not oven ev n been tbeenblamed beenblamed beenblamed
blamed and that he had done nothta nothtablameworthy nothing notSblameworthy nothingblameworthy
blameworthy in making a call of courtesy courtesyupon courte courteupon cburteeyupon
upon the American Ambassador at a Unto Untowhen tunowhen timewhen
when he could not avoid a void meeting Mr MrRoosevelt MrROOHvelt MrRoosevelt
Roosevelt RooseveltThe ROOHveltThe RooseveltThe
The official Intlmat intimated d that notwithstanding notwith notwithstanding notwithstanding ¬
standing this the nuncio would remain rentAln in inVienna InVienna InVienna
Vienna until the next consistory con t8tory when hg hgwill he hewill hr11I
will 11I be made a cardinal cardinalMunich cardinallunlch cardinalMunich
Munich Bavaria Aoril Drli 38 IBudaoost 39Budanostallowed IBudaoostallowed Budapest Budapestallowed
allowed Roosevelt to depart In peace at t
1 oclock this morning mc > rnlnr There was no nodemonstration nodemo nodemonstration
demo demonstration BlraUon at the station stationHe sta staHe stackHe
He retired shortly after ner boarding tho thotrain thotrain thetrain
train At 6 oclock he arose and saw sawthe awthe sawthe
the secretary of the American Embassy EmbassyTho Em EmThe EmbassyThe
The train reached Vienna at 766 Col ColRoosevelt COlRoosev1t ColRoosevelt
Roosevelt devoted the day on the train trainto trainto trainto
to correspondence until 580 this evening eveningwhen evenl evenlwhen eveningwhen
when he arrived here herePrince herePrince herePrince
Prince Leopold accompanied by his hiswife blswife hiswife
wife came CRID to the station on behalf beh alt of his hisbrother Itlsbrother hisbrother
brother Regent Lultpold who is an an in invalid Invalid Invalid ¬
valid The prince was attended by Gen Genvon Genon Genvon
von on Haag tho Kings adjutant general generalBoth generalBoth generalBoth
Both were in full dress uniforms uniformsTho uniformslho uniformsThu
Tho princess Inquired after her brother brotherArchduke brotherArchduke brotherArchduke
Archduke Joseph Jo eph who lunched with withRoosevelt withRoosevelt withRoosevelt
Roosevelt at Budapest Monday IoOOa She Sheregretted Sheregretted Sheregretted
regretted thaV th that Roosevelt was unable to toaccept toaccept toaccept
accept an invitation to stop in Munich MunichRoosevelt MunichRoosevelt IuniehRooaevelt
Roosevelt wearing a 8 gray lounge suit suitchatted SUItchatted suitchatted
chatted with the royal personages persona es on ontho ont onthe
the t 6 platform for five minutes minutesCOLOE minutesCOLOR minutesCOLOR
COLOR LINE AT T OBERLINFormer OBERLIN OBERLINFormer OBERLINJormer
Former Abolitionist Stronghold Now XOTTObjects XowOhJect NowObjects
Objects to Social Equality EqualityOberlin ElluuUtyOberlin EqunlityOberlin
Oberlin OhioAprll Ohio April Aprll20Undergrnduatcs 20 Undergraduates of ofOberlin oCOberlin ofOberlin
Oberlin College have yielded Iek1ed to the grow growing growhl growleg ¬
leg hl racial prejudice against negro nero equal equality equalIt equality ¬
ity It and hereafter no negro will III be e accept accepted Accepted accepted ¬
ed on terms of social oquajlty with white whltostudonts whitestudents whitestudents
students All literary clubs Greek letter lettersocieties letter lettersocieties leversocieties
societies and debating clubs have barred barredtho barredtho barredthe
tho colored student Tho faculty disap disapproves dl5epproeg disapproves ¬
proves of tho students course our e but are areunable areunable areunable
unable to discipline the latter without In Involving Invohln involving ¬
volving vohln the whole student membership membershipOberlin membershllObelUn membershipOberlin
Oberlin was a strong abolition town townduring towndurIng townduring
during the civil war and a great sensa sensation sensation sonsation ¬
tion has been caused by the action of the thecollege thecollege thecollege
college students studentsThe studentsThe studentsThe
The AVoo WoodburyJohnson lburyJounnon < Snle Snlecontinues SnleconttnuS Salecontinues
continues today toda at the Sloan Galleries
1407 G st starting starUn at 11 a m with No
cal of the catalogue and 3 p m with withNo wI 1Ul r
No 3 311 < li An absolute auction worth at ¬
tending tendingHoard tendln tendln1I0nrdll tendingBonrds
Hoard Dressed Dre Ned soo 200 00 per pe 100 Feet
Frank Ubbey LlJbey Cot Co JJth th N y ave
JURYMEN IN TEARS TEARSAS TEARSAS TEARSGIRLS
AS GIRLS TESTIFY TESTIFYSisters TESTIFYSisters TESTIFYisters
Sisters of UntIl Wheeler WheelerIdentify WheelerIdentify Vheeler1dentifj
Identify Clothing ClothingWOLTER ClothingWOLTER ClotllingWOLTER
WOLTER ALONE IS UNMOVED UNMOVEDOIpa UN1r UNMOVEDOlga OVED OVEDOJn
OIpa Xeilicrnnlc Seth rllole an Interested Spec Spectator Sleetutor Spectator ¬
tator nt Trial In Xew York YorJUccl1 YorJUccl1al YorkMedical Medi Medical ¬
cal al Experts Te TClltif Testify < ify that Girl Was WasAttncked Vn VnAttacked us usAttnc
Attacked Attnc ed Strangled trnnlcd and Burned HiirncdAVlillc IInrncdIIUe BurnedWhhlc
AVlillc IIUe She bc Was UN Still Breathing BreathingWart Breathingr BreathingWelter
r 1 J JbGit
Wart Welter WMi l t r warge Use ge with the nuunoer of ofRttth orltutlt ofRuth
Rttth Wheeler heel < < was resumed before beforeJ beforeJlgs
J Jlgs 4e 6 Footer in general Deral sessions seetal a today todayTh toda todaThe todayThe
Th The days da ussloa began at W toeclock 10eclock oclock in inthe baUa Inthe
the Ua morning JIIOnaaI and a closed at C oclock in inthe litthe Inthe
the evening entn and hardly hanD a minute wute wutedwtftf pass passd pessed
ed d during that time when testimony of ofa ofII ofa
a highly dramatic character or of almost almostIntolerable IIImoIItIDtolerabie almostIntolerable
Intolerable pathos wag not given givenThe xI xIThe givenThe i
The medical experts testified that there therewas therewu therewas
was unmistakable 16 evidence evidencethe evt eace oheerved oMerv at atthe atthe
the autopsy to prove that the girl had hadbeen badbeen hadbeen
been attacked then strangled and then thenburned thenburned thenburned
burned white she was still breathing breathingAnother breathingAnother eat eatAnother
Another expert showed to the Jury the thepoor thepoor thepoor
poor little shriveled half burned hand Ad in inthe mOM Inthe
the palm of which not an n destroyed by byflre byAre byfire
Are were a dozen hairs and not Ruth RuthWheelers Ruthheelers RuthWheelers
Wheelers heelers hair hairThis harTht hairThis
This Tht same me witness Dr George e S Hun HuntingtOR Hunti Ilunttngtos
ti tingtOR llOR professor of anatomy atom In the Col College C0llege Colloge ¬
lege of Physicians and Surgeons also alsotestified aJ80te8tUlfod alsotestitled
testified that in the sweepings Bweept from the thefireplace tlMftrepl thelirepiace
fireplace ftrepl e in Wolters room which had hadbeen badbeen hadbeen
been sent to him him for examination be dis discovered dbcovoced dtscovered ¬
covered attached to some one burned meat meator meator t tor
or flesh a gold Id ring the ring the mur murdered murdered murdered ¬
dered girls trlS sister identified as having havingbeen ha habeen havingbeen
been worn by b Ruth Wheeler W ler on the therainy tIa6raJoy therainy
rainy day she > > IM started tart out early to took tookfor 100kCor lookfor
for employment Both of the sisters ter tertilted tea teatined teeUftltl
tined during the day one early In the thei themornlnl themorning
i moraine and th the other ot er Just before the theclose tMclo theclose
close clo e of the session sessionMany sttllltonJlnn sessionMany
Many Jlnn Hits of Evidence EvidenceIn
In addition to their story of o the h hhohl house hOtlMhold household
hold alarm over o the disappearance of ofRuth orRuUt ofRuth
Ruth and their allnight search for her herMr herir herMr
Mr Moss submitted to them for identi identification kleDttftcadon Identification ¬
fication a dozen bits of physical phyalcalvldenee phyalcalvldeneelbe evidence evidencethe videncethe
the braid of o hair cut almost entouched entouchedby fntouchedby ntouchedby
by the tire from Ruths Ruth head her ring ringi rl rlher ringher
i her umbrella charred remnant remnal1 8 of her heri herouter herouter
i outer and under waist the ribbon with withwhich wltbwhleh withwhich
which she tied her underwafet and the thej tbterlOI thering
j rin rini rlOI ring
rlOIYhlle
i While they were identifying these bits bitsof bitsoC bitsof
of evidence their mother seated ses 4 in the thecourt lbecourt thecourt
court room fainted but the two young youngwomen younlwomen youngwomen
women went bravely through their or ordeals ordeaJs ordeals ¬
deals of examination e and crossexami crossexamination eroaexamination crossexamination ¬
nation Their appearance and manners mannersadded mannersaddoc1 mannersadded
added to the pathos Mltboe They were dressed dressedIn aecI aecIIn
In deep mourning spoke in low OW agree agreeable agreeable ee eeablo ¬
able voice and as their stories were weredisclosed weredisclosed
disclosed it was revealed that th the sister sisterof sisterof lel lelof
of whom W om they testified had been theirpot their theirpet
pet et the ring had been teen a present from fromone freNaone fromone
one one The piece of charred embroidery embroiderywas
was recognized reco nlzed because mother made madeContlnncd ma4eContinued madeContinued
Continued on Page Pn e IJ Column u uWASHINGTON 5 5WASHINGTON i
WASHINGTON WASHINGTON COUPLE WED WEDJAV WED1v
JAV 1v Yo A Y Hall nail Miss Ul1 Augusta AU uNtn n Mcoltil NICOIaIGo McoltilGo colul colulGn
Go in Is Annapolis to Marry Marryi MarrySpedal lnrrTSpcdal
i Special U to The Washington 1varbissioa lienMAnnapolis Hrnld Hrnldj 1IPr d dAnnapoUs
j Annapolis Md April A n 30 3Ddlr Mr r W V VHall vHall VHall
Hall and Miss 1I116 Augusta NtcoUl both of ofWashington orVaslrl ofWashington
Washington Vaslrl on canoe came ca11 e to Annapolis today todayand todayand todayand
and were wer1 married by Rev W 11 F Roberts Robertspastor RoberbJpastor Robertspastor
pastor of Maryland Avenue Methodist MetaodkltEpiscopal MethodistEpiscopal lII lIIEpiscopal
Episcopal Church ChurchSTEAMSHIP ChurchSTEAMSHIP ChurchSTEAMSHIP
STEAMSHIP SINKS SINKSThe SINKSThe SINKSThe
The Saturn Founder Off the An Anitrnlian Antralian uiol uioltrnIlnn
tralian Coast CoastNewcastle COUrttNewcastle CanaNewcastle
Newcastle N S W April 21 SiThe SiTheBritish Tho TbeBritish ThoBritish
British steamship Satara bound fromNewcastle from fromNewcastle fromNewcn
Newcastle Newcn t1e to Singapore Sln Sing pore has foundered founderedoff
off of Sea Island off the a coast of Australia Australiafho Atrallarho Australiathe
the fate of the crew rew is I unknown unknownAnlicvlllc unknownAhcdlle unknownAsheville
Anlicvlllc and Inml of the Sh1Dc Sky Sh1DcUgbtr1 Dc Dclirhtfttl
lirhtfttl 1 htful for spring and summer online onlineThrough utlq1broush
Through Pullman drawingroom cars via viaSort vl vlSotlteln v vSorthern
Sort Sotlteln hern Railway RailwayClear RailwayClenr RailwayClear
Clear Strip for Fly 11 Screens Sci SciFrank Ie n lt ltFrank FtFrank
Frank Libbey Co 6th N Y ave aveS
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U 0l l 1 CONGHE CONGRESS CONGRESSOmission S SOmission
Omission in m Printed Ballots BallotsCauses BallotsCauses BallotsCauses
Causes Big 1 Confusion ConfusionSCOJR1 ConfusionSCORE ConfusionSCORE
SCORE OF RESOLUTIONS BESOLOTIONSMrs IUNS IUNSe IUNSMrs
e
Mrs Matthew T Scott Tries in inYain inVain inVain
Vain to Create Order OrderInsurgent OlderInurgent Orderr OrderInsurgent
r
Insurgent Candidate for President PresidentGeneral PreddentGcneral PresidentGeneral
General Walk to Front ront of Hall haltand Halland IIn11and
and Receives Spontaneous OvationIlcr Ovation OvationHer OntlonHcr
Her Solution of Oversight Put In InForm inForm InForm
Form of Motion and Unanimously UnanimouslyCarried UnanimouslyCnrrIedYotes UnanimouslyCarriedVotes
Carried CnrrIedYotes Votes Still Being Counted CountedConttooaUl CountedCtiJloata1 CountedCaatlaoatal
ConttooaUl HaH resounded rev ounded with tumul tennultous tumultuous tamulf1Ioas ¬
tuous applause appIa yesterday afternoon when whenMrs whenXIW whenILrs
Mrs William lJ aIa Camming Canamln Story of New NewTJortr Newtile Newyork
york the hMufseet t candidate for presdbat presi president pres prestkiat ¬
dent general mounted the platform at attho atUN atthe
the D A R congress congr and gracefully gracefullybrought gracef1l1lyBrotIsbt gracefullybrought
brought order er eat of chaos in the storm stormiest KOCmI stormlest ¬
lest session yet yetThe 7etCOD yetThe
The congress COD had been thrown throw into con confusion conruae confuuls14 ¬
fusion ruae by the discovery that Mrs John JohnH JohaH Johl1R
H Maaury XUUI of Massachusetts XchUM S insurgent insurgenteaajdMau lnaurgenteaaUda Insurgenteandlthate
eaajdMau eaaUda for1 for1rice to rice president general hal haIi halHell ha hasheen
keen left off 0 < < the printed ballots alter they theyhad tht ththad theybad
had been distributed an aad < < the ballot not box boxwere bows boxfIwere bowswere
were ready to receive the Vote vote
For more than an hour Mrs Matthew MatthewT Xatth XatthT
T Scott president general tried la vain vainto vainto vainto
to bring the Daughters Da tenI to order but an anavalanche anavaJaaebe anavalanche
avalanche ofjesolutions oCJlu swamped all at attempts attempta attempts ¬
tempts to quell th the disturbance regularsand regulars regularsand r8JUlafsDel
and Del insurgents ts alike calling for recogni recognition recogniUon recognition ¬
tion tionutterly until those
around the chair were wereutter wereutterly
utter utterly bewildered bewildered3Ir bewUcMre43lrtl bewilderedMrs
Mrs 3Ir Story Applandcil ApplandcilAs
As A evening evadD was drawing near and noth nothing nothlag nothtag ¬
lag had bHbeen been done in the nttdac of the thedisorder thedmorder thedisorder
disorder Mrs Story coolly walked to the thofront thetroat thefront
front of the ball and was recognized recognizedWhen recG5lltzedWben recognizedWhen
When Mrs X Scott called her name and andshe andsbe andshe
she turned uU1 on the stage Ifta < < e to face the congross con congress conthe ¬
gross the applause appIau began beganIt bepnIt beganIt
It was a spontaneous spon us wholeheart whroobeartPdovaUaa < 1 1it 1OPaUoa
OPaUoa that it swept across the congress congressand CODIesSDel congressand
and Del around the crowded galleries in salvoafter salvo salvoafter salvoarter
after salvo 1ft of handclapptng Mrs Story Storystood Storystood Storystood
stood for five minutes smlttng and finally finallyheld ftnalt ftnaltheld finallyheld
held up her 11creaad band mud a tried to speak speakMm speaki speakIera
i Mm > > ra Scott war vfeerouisty psnssMufe PWI > with withwei withtile withMr
> Mr wei Baf l the ajpptanee use swelled into intoaad intoi Intoand
and i MI rotttiBoed rotttiBoedWhen continued continuedWhen th ed edWhen
When something ometb like order prevailed prevailedthe prevalledthe prevailedthe
the popular New Yorker began talking talJ ng in ina Ina In Ina
a clear voice confidently c tI and graciously graciouslyexplaining gradou graciouslexplaining b
I ex explaining the trouble troubleI
I I am sure that tjhe ooag congress coaJa pu wants wantsto wantsto wantsto
to be perfectly faIr to the Massachu Massachusetts JuachreaWfdate n nsettaa ¬
setts candidate she began And Andseems JId it itseems itIJrMID8
seems to me that she is the sufferer suffererthrough suffererthrough utrerp utrerpi
through this mistake The State regent regentof regent regentof S TI t tor
of her State should be given ea the courtesy courtesyof courte courteof oourtetrof
of suggesting how it t should be remedi remedieI remediI reomeditt reomedittI
I trust that you OU will allow her to be beheard bebeard beheard
heard and act uj unon ulfh m her b r suggestion suggestionMotion sug suggestionMotion tlon tlonUot
Motion Uot Ion Carried Unnjtlmonaly UnnjtlmonalyAnother UnnplmouslrAnotbtor UnnaimoasiyAnother
Another gust of applause followed and andwhen andwhenin andwhen
when whenin Mrs Storys solution of the problem problemwas problpmput problemwas
was put in the form of a motion it was wascarried wascarried as ascarrWd
carried without a dissenting voice Mrs MreJames MrsJames r rJames
James G Dunning Dunn asked liked on behalt of ofthe o othe nthe
the Massachusetts aaachu etts candidate that the theballots theKJlota theballots
ballots be destroyed and that new onea oneabe oneabe onesbe
be printed printedThe printedThe printedThe
The election was AS postponed until untiloclock 7 7oclock 7oclock
oclock when ballots of another color colorbearing roTorbearlD colorbearing
bearing bearlD < < Mrs In MasurjTs name were d dtributed dis distributed dbtrlbuted ¬
tributed The voting consumed the en entire e eUre etire ¬
tire evening e and tellers te en were still 1111 count counting countvotes counting ¬
ing votes at the Ebbttt House at a alate alate alate
late hour hourThat hourThat hourThat
That Mrs Masnry and Mrs Samu Samul SamulL 1 1L
L Muneon UIIIMII of New York both antiad antiadministration antlndmIni8tradot1 antialmbtiatraiion ¬
ministration candidates ca didate8 will be elected electedby electf electedby > d
by good majorities majortt was conceded concededThough eoacedecLTbouda concededThough
Though the insurgents lost t a skirmi tnni U Uat hal iat
at the morning session it was their ds dsand dny dnyand d y yaM
and the ovation accorded their r choi choke choketor choiafor < e efor
for president general l neraJ who 00 only lost l ldoRn lr lra v va
a dozen votes last year was compensa compensation CGmpUldon eompenstion ¬
tion enough for the defeat of Tuesday Tuesdaymorning Tuesda Tuesdamorn Tnesdamorning
morn morning when they tried to prevent th thcensure thceasure tl tlcensure
censure of Miss I Mary Wilcox WBcoxMrs WilcoxMrs Dcox Dcoxin
Mrs in M A BalUnger acting aeUa for Manor ManorHouse ManorHouse an anHou
House Hou e Chapter of Washington offer offera 1 1a 1raolutlon
a resolution yesterday morning JDOI rescind rescinding r rescinatag lnl lnlthe ¬
tag the vote of censure The chair was wasnot w wDOt wnot
not able to hear a second and the res restaOou rt rt11Idoa reslntioa > >
taOou was not allowed to go before con conDnyn co cofry o onn
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