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Insurgent Insurcrent InsurgentIt b Wins Honorary HonoraryTitle Il onorar y yTitle
bTitle Title for Life LifeBEGULAR LifeREGULAR LifeREGULAR
Both Sides Claim Victory and andIndulge anlIndulge andIndulge
Indulge in Applause ApplauseHim App Appt App11Ira
Him In Klniicy I 1nl1cDecoDtea Becomes Honorary 1 onorar Vice VicePresident VeePreslelent tikePresident
President General GeneralJIhs Mlns Banning BanningChoocn DcnnllllChoaen BcnningChoaca
Choocn to un Executive Ex cuHv Poaltlon 1osltionin Poaltlonin P UIOl1 UIOl11n
in CongreRlDclegatea ConcrcM ConzreAsD Delegates legntes Adopt Kc KcolutlOn Rea Reaelution l3 l3olutlon
olutlOn of Sympathy 5 rttDathY with Family Familyof Iearil Y Yof
of Mark Twain TrrnlnRegulars Tnaln TnalnRegulnts TwainRegulars
Regulars and IfStd ltd Insurgents divided honors honorsIn 11ono1e1n honorIn
In the final battle of o ballots for officers officersof otncersot of c ra raof
of tho Continental Congress D A A R Rand Ranl1 Rand
and when the results were announced last lastlilght JasttISht fastr
lilght r lght showing showtu a victory victor for ouch fac faction faction ac action ¬
tion they vied with each other In stir stirring stlra ¬
a ring u ing g demonstrations of applauseMrs applause applauseMrs applauae1tlrs
Mrs Sara T Kluney of Connecticut a astanch astanch aatancli
stanch lieutenant in the ranks rank of Mr Mrttillium Mss itInWil11an MssUl11um
ttillium Cummlng Cuminh g Story insurgent can candidate candate ¬
didate 1 date for president general was elected electedIonorary electedlmorar ekctetll
Ionorary lmorar l norary vice president genwal enwalan an office officevjJeh oaclkh oncev
v vjJeh lkh she will hold for life lifeMiss lifeI lirehills
Miss I s Anna Caroline Benntag of Geor Goorgta Georgia Goo Goosn ¬
gia who received the vote ote of the admin admlnJjtratlon admtah admini
h i Jjtratlon tratlon forces was elected one vf f the theten theten I
ten tt > n vice ice presidents general generalBlemcntfl gen generalI5lemcnts al <
Blemcntfl of the Vote VoteA VoteA ote oteA
A total of 588 votes were cast for vice vicepresident vicepresident co corrtsldent
president general and SIS 3 were necessary necessaryfor nOCOllUyfor necessaryfor
for election t The result was w as a follows followsMISS folio foliolllss followsMu
MISS Mu Penning < Mb M Mrs Irs Charles R R Davis Davisof DanI Davisof
of Minnesota 2SS Mrs ra C H JL Tebault of ofLouisiana ofLouisiana ofLnutslana
Louisiana 20 and Mrs Bertha Lincoln Lincolnlit LtneeIn1I LincolnIir
lit 1I u Utli tis of Iowa a aFor 1For 21For
For honorary vice president general generalC IlINralCf
C Cf votes otc were cast cat and 3N were weery neces necessary necessurti ¬
sary ry for election The result was Mrs Mrsara JXrsSara 18 18fara
Sara ara T KU KIaA Kbuley y 1 and Sirs Ir8 Charles K KPcHl KDri3 KIcr
PcHl Dri3 Dri3Th Icr il ilThe 2 2The
The Th morning mor mng = session was taken take up with withth withPI withtn
th tn voting otln < and at noon the congress was warMlnurned wasuljnurned 1Snljourned
uljnurned to S oclock last night Bu Butr But ButhIrp Bufl
tr l hIrp rfnrP f ore they left Continental Hall the dele delegate dekb delegtteg ¬
gate b gtteg tf adopted a resolution re of Sympathyfor sympathy sympathyfor aympathytar
for the family of Samuel Clemens whose wboseGath whosed whosedf
d df Gath ath was announced VMrs 11 Irl Scott with witha
a touching tribute tooo to4 0 memory of ofMark ofI1fk ofMirk
Mark I1fk Twain TwainChildren T8lnChllcJrcU Twainhhidren
Children Eiittfrtnln E rCfonsrew rCfonsrewentertainmet on can CSJITht canThe
The attor aftorpeon 80n I1tjC1gr u + a ij R over to annertertninmekt ap aptrtertttfnme
entertainmet t J th t j tee iii pu fin of o tilt tiltAmerican lh lhAft1Erj thtAiiierlcan
American Aft1Erj an RevoTS8on7ac5lfc7 n teveM on 4andn 4andnnnd dancingand dancing dancingend <
end patriotic figures waco W given by two twos twoSlft
is Slft nro re clever little lItt argils Al artf tliRll t all of whom whomwill whomwill whomwill
will some day be Algfbfe flg IgbTe for the Sons Souscr Sonsc
c cr 1 Daughters DaughtersAt 1 1Lt
At Lt the opening o lng of oft tW e night session a aresolution alutlon arf
resolution rf snlutton lutlon Avae WA was adopted at t the suggestion suggestionof 1Iuue Uon Uonor
of a regular devoting devoUn the evening enI to tohrarlng tohlarlng tohearing
hearing reports of State regents effectu effectualv etreetun effectuah
n alv h blocking any attempt by the Ineur Ineurpfntf IBtlUrrnt InsurFrnt
pfntf rnt to bring brln < up the ame amrv a + lmenta nionUi to the thec thQinstitution thoclntltutton
c institution n tltution But they wr w probaMv pt > Nv be bec beou bee
c e ou cussed sed the first rat thmgtkr thln thing Ul this ornln mnbtr an3 an3a an ana SInn
a lively fight ght Is expected Pectec1 tr by b tvoth Sid SidMrs sides sidesMrs ldt1 ldt1Ir8
Mrs Ir8 Delia Dell Gnome Small Smalwr Smallwre4 wri d whr hn hnr > was wasr ehurelated <
related r elected state atat regent of tiC t t e fitrtetolumble P 1ILtriat 1ILtriatColumbia trsot of ofColumbia >
Columbia read tho folkr fol folktittg n i r rtJIQrt rtJIQrtt port farj farjte > kCsr kCsrte
t te Washington Daughters DaughtersMadam DaugbtanMadam DaughtersMndam
Madam President General and MerA MerAof M m 1tIIff 1tIIffof > r rof
of the Nineteenth Congress CongreQrThe CongressThe Coftar CoftarTh
The Th District of Colun ColunbUi iHln ItI1t tat cftt aao un uhr unnindftil WIj
r nindftil hdful that that although her sr 6 aa t f1J tt th thftnallest tu thermallest
ftnallest of any organiza orJ8J1lzayoo iou ou tbf tb8 9H net nettae letVie
tae t Jf only standpoint of mtnar mt Sau ahM1ffit ahM1ffitCnpltlll niW7t niW7tCapital mri t tCnpltnl latj
Capital DmiKhtere Jnu htcrAI Writ WritLiving W rk rkLiving k I
Living in tho city whore ia l4el hdesnols1 moJa1 o pol poltcrnlal filift w wtfx tii1
tcrnlal tfx vial Hall is located th t tbee r If 1 d d1t1 th tly 4 4rnand Art Artnand
nand for service that that carrtes lt1ItID earn s ua a Cl6 Ji te teness fcual fcualness
ness of our organization ap0 C4 the aimufti lm attUWdemand j jdeornand
demand for the gathering of the he congrej congrej8uch O corn cornEtch j
Etch portion of the work aa wouiil w3ti cl I flatl flatlto ratlt hllto
to t resident r ldeat Daughters has b be7 en e wi wiiiitagty wiiiitagtydono 1 Shifty fit11IJiYdon Shiftydoro
doro don o Tho ho erection of thte h hn n t tGtBr re al beef beefdear b ri ridear
dear to their hearts and t tiny Iuvon h > > u > 4va ffven ffvenending tut tutcasing j jendIng
ending with April 90 life 184 184pruxtmatly t tt > VtA t tproxlmately j
proxlmately onotwelfth of tb the at a f ei + t1 t1trlbutlon > r rtributlon rtrlbutlon
trlbutlon Since last congMss CODIMth thy fcvo fcvogiven r 1 o 3 3given I Iglwn
given 30610a goodly tbsw re1 or + d tbt br Jr r rcity re recity j jlty
city lty containing 1138 11 Dau Du Daughters < irtw ht aAaPtws aAaPtwsa 4pt fa faand
and n d 28 8 at largoNo largo largoNo larl8No
No plan is advanced advanc d fcy tK the tttttnnai fusi1 fusi1ol ittttnnalaoIety
eorlety ol Itr that demands pates patftKi pti nt t ld0i8 tdoes at atdoes
does not receive generous nsppirt urt r rpatriotic z zpatriotic r rpatriotic
patriotic education comirjttee comljtteed comljtteedtrterested iah ° ° < j jInterested i interested
Interested in tho work of the fob hgt t e Ml Mlencouraging jC jCt1ouraglng
encouraging o ouragtng essays on PfctfJoti patrio4Ja1 p > ui u uaI1 Jv jts jtsBrA
BrA giving ax a most mo t prMoU priMftoufe rxe iiie tht thtAmrrican th thAmerican tbAmrlcan <
American flag The usual letdat letdatgvpn M3 t Ma a tx en eI1Cn >
Bven to the George WsHtttnfhtj W8I Wani btfts ittiyi ta > Usil Usilvarsity V1TAlty 1lgAvcrsity
varsity TAlty for the host bo t essay oa OI pw r rhgc tic gti atl atlDents 111 111jtlts
Dents 3e < t3 Tho education of too yoxij youo O l J j peopi peopiof > eop5 r rot
of tho Southern mountain apfwftW P w t to < n oars JVorlIaughters oarsIaughters > r
Iaughter as theo chlldn childrtl n w nerdc nerdcants c C Cants 30c p pants
ants of the Revolutlonor soMic oMltlicrolsm spa vlMftheroism spaheroism
heroism we commemorate comlUemoratfAlII i
AM District Ckl CUM CldMtoeJ CldMtoeJTho iar iarTho
Tho Juvenile Court cJMMl ter tint Hrfjplayground lutdr tintplayground
playground r 1yground committees havj bA birt ntn rt rLtZr > rt rtal rtal1llpfd yaI yaIbrlped i ihelped
helped the children In ta tie Dlstrld t Dlatrk latht T Ttommlttee r rrnmmittee ri rirommittee
rommittee on historic spots ha hu h 4il 4illongd Rte Rtelongdelayed JVM JVMlongdelayed
longdelayed longd laed acknowlodg acknowledgstent cat In IT lrkl lrkltho ltrkltg ltrkltgthe J Jtho
tho last resting place places ef F Rn fJYi1h14rt v iii t + raary ary
heroes This committee h to aov a ee er a el 1 u tr tra lna yna
a work of some mgnlte magnitrde magnitrdehope l lhopo Li tH tHhope > <
hope to report next year yearThe yearThe eu euThe
The Children of the Hvv I E vvnr wvLt + in irnbeen b bbeen ji jibern >
been enthusiastically cnthusl etlcallY support suppnett suppnetttchapters uP1 t iwj iwjChapters aH j jchapters
Chapters having afllltetM afnilat Icaneh4 bran r1Inl h Of tftirso Ofthfso t tthrs
thfso thrs societies under th i 1Ip radI r > cSai fie mreTh fieThu 1 1ThA
ThA Th Children Chlk1r n of the Rej Rti11 jWk h ft9o ft9oET too tooodes o oE
ET E odes that must mu t bvre l si e irc In Inalue le levalue r rvalue
value alue In the future history hl tor of out 4n 4ntry n nt 2 2try
try t These Th boar boj bo s are tc b be v 41 r J to tovoters < UH UHvoters
voters oters and lawmakers M aa tt wia wiatheir uses 4i 4htheir trJ trJtheir
their uplift and to ours tilt t h9 h9of h r tf lp q qot
of everyday ethics right ad a 0 n rr nhonor ri jj jjhonor ghonor
honor and justice clean hatvdn tt trie Ilhteart u ul a t
1 teart cart were taught in their is isLocal smAy At v vLocal 1 r rLocal
Local History JUator Vsataft T TOur j jOur t tcur
Our local history duncir dur < Ui tlaA paisi ftS ftS11iS paatA flar flarhas r rhas
has been varied The sarrtce aerri asr vtoet in t14 tjdeut tjdeutto detit detitto ti t tto
to the removal of the remhiars mnkt rd t yi yiT Ml
T 1 Enfant from an almost lmost rorjotton toriottentnv toriottentnvto tctygottenEr tctygottenErto ri rito
to our National Cemetery Cemetf were < i tej tejContlnnca eJ eiContinued eJCont1nncd
Continued on Page 3 3 I Colmsht e 0 11 4 4At tAt gAt
At Sloan SlonnlI TaM7 TaM7t T Tbile TPlrrh
t Porch shades maUln S Ice ems emsur w II J Jnndhand
and nndhand hand furniture antill anti r ur tltc t tlIl1c
pic bile b bFlrst ltc auction today at atplrst iii iiiFirst >
First plrst floor
Established E Established1st tnbUllhell vWi vWi1st lSl1st
1st Joo Libboy Now Frank L °
For the District of Columbia ColumbiaPartly ColumbiaPartly ColumbiaPartly
Partly cloudy and warmer to today today today ¬
day showers and cooler tonight tonightor
or tomorrow variable winds windsHERALD windsHERALD windsHERALD
ter toIuges terlucJI
Ill lucJI lucJIIG Iuges1G co colG
lG W U Officials Under Und r Fire FireSimple FireSAmple FireSimple
Simple Funeral F n ml for Twain TwainU r rit I IIt
U It A R OmeN Divided DividedOffers Dhitl DIVIaedOtters d dOlters
Offers to Give Million MillionWelter j jWolter J Joller
Welter oller Found Guilty GuUt GuUt2Hotcl Guilty2Hotel
5 2Hotcl Hotel Property Propert Is Sold SoldMourn SoldMourn SoldMourn
Mourn for or Dead Teacher Toachor3D Teacher3D Teacher3D
3D A R at Too Party PartyPark PAttyPn PartyParis
Park Enjoys Roose Roosevelt RooHylt RooHylt4Brandeil cit cit4Brandels
4Brandeil 4 Bramleis Makes t cce Ugly ChargesRailway Charges ChargesHallway ChUgeflRnllway
Hallway Bill Halted In Sonata Sonato6Nows Senate6ens
6 6Nows Jewi of Society SocietyGEdltGr1al SocietyOlfdttgrlal
GEdltGr1al GEdltGr1al7Fomlnln Olfdttgrlal7Feminine
7 7Fomlnln Fomlnine Notes and Fashions8Iiaaeba11 Fashions Fashions8Baaeball Fallhlons8Dueba1l
8Baaeball Results RellUltlLfJRaclns ResuitutiRacing
9 fJRaclns Racing and Other Sports10Vermonters Sports SportL10Vermonttt
10Vermonttt 10 Verraonters Eat Maple Sugar SugarlJJurlst SugarJurist
lJJurlst Jurist Assails Congress CongressSchool ConareaSchool CongressSchool
School for Police PolleeUCommerclal Police13Commercial
13 UCommerclal Commercial and Financial Financial14Plut Financial14Platt
14 14Plut Plan for Sane Fourth FourthServices FourthIMrlE FourthSIMPLE =
FOR M MARK RK TW TAIN TAINServices IN 1 1I 1Services
Services to tp Be Held Today Todayin Todayl Toclayin
in l New York YorkEtAllfiA Y YorkEE orlt orltELMIHtl
Dead Humorist IlUIU01 ist to Rest Beside BesideWile BesideVita BesideWrite
Wile and Children ChildrenCloxc ChildrenClo ChildrenCloac
Cloxc Clo e Friend Says Author PosclCileel POMMCMaedComfortable Po PosclCileelComCortn sciie l lComfortnMc
Comfortable ComCortn 1le Fortune Represent Representing RClreftentIUJ Itcprescntinl ¬
inl ing Royalties from Hi lilts Book BookPnymcnts Doollnmenb BookMIay
Pnymcnts Iay iiienta from aingnzlncN and nmlProttts nuelProflb andProfits
Prottts from AVnll Street Strct Specula Speculntlon Spcculnt SpeculaIlonsMauuscrlpts
tlon t IlonsMauuscrlpts 101111311111 Manuscripts mcrlpts Unpublished UnpublishedNew UI11nt UIlpnbllMhcdNew bU l1ecl l1eclNew
New York April 21 MThe Tho funeral of ofSamuel orSmuet ofSamuel
Samuel L L Clemens Mark Twain who whodied whodied whodied
died at his bl homo bomo outside of Redding ReddingConn ReddingConn ReddingConn
Conn last evening evenlA will be held at 3 3oclock 3oclock 3oclock
oclock tomorrow afternoon at the Brick BrickPresbyterian BdckPresbyterian BrickPresbyterian
Presbyterian church at Fifth avenue a and andThirtyseventh aDdThlrtyMvtit andThirtyaeventit
Thirtyseventh ThlrtyMvtit street The Rev Dr DrHenry DrHQ DrHSnry
Henry HQ ry Van Vanpyko jDyko o Of Princeton who wad wadTears wnsa wasa
a aloes tlrlei Erie of L insnorit lII orl8t fer If1By If1BytOHa u ny nyyoara
Tears wlu IIl 4asildsm owiiMf savts VSy simple JWnrtce JWnrtceafter 111rviceafter vice viceCler
after Cler which the body will 111 be taken tak to toElmlra toElmira toElmira
Elmira for interment intermentTho Intermenti intermentThe
The second HCOndeervice service at the home of Gen GeeLandon GenLangdon GenI
I Langdon in Elmira on onSuada Sunday af afternoon atemeonwill afternoonwill terneon terneonwill
will be aa simple as tie first Tap RevJoseph Rev RevJoseph ReyJo
Joseph Jo Twitchell of Hartford trord to whom whomMark whomMark whomMark
Mark Twain used to refer reI I a ae tho only onlypastor onlYputGr onlypastor
pastor he ever had will conduct tbe Servlee serv service HlVlee ¬
lee at which bSch only on Mr Mrs O Qlatp ip Gabrll Gabrllowltsch 0 Gabrllowitech r1l r1lowltxh
owltsch the only surviving lurvlYln member of ofMark otlItlftrk ofMark
Mark Twains family her husband mem members member members ¬
bers ber of the Langdon family and the theclosest thet theclaseat
closest t friend of the dead writer will 111 be bepresent 1teJPe bepresent
present JPe ent The interment will be in the theClemens tbeomemJ thedaemena
Clemens omemJ plot where Mrs 1 Clemens and ande andto andtho
to e children of Mark Twain axe burled burledMemorial burlodlU hurledMemorial
Memorial lU morlnl Service to Follow FollowBesides F01l0 F01l0l FollowBesides
l Besides the simple service at the Brick BrickChurch BrickqJaureh Brickchurch
Church tomorrow there will be some sometime sometJnIe sometime
time within the next ten days a memorial memorialservice memorialI
I service r t Ylce held by the many prominent men menHi monfll menirr
fll Hi all walks of life who desire to show showtheir showtheir
I their respect re poct for the dead writer Ar Arnsoment Arsoments Arngoments
nsoment for this memorial service had hadttet Imdt hadnot
t not taken form today but those in incharge Inchal incharge
charge chal e said that the design was to havethe haveI have havethe
I the be meeting public and In some audito auditorium ¬
I rium that would accommodate the large largenumber arSer largenumber
r number of people who would desire to toattend totond toattend
attend tond The meetings programme pro ramme will be beone beone beone
one of music and short addresses adcJreu by ad adHirers adI adlrors
I Hirers lrors of the work of the philosopher phUoopberiad philosopherntl
ntl Humorist HumoristThose Itumorlatt humoristThose
Those who are acquainted with the busl business buslI buslaess ¬
ness affairs of Mark Iark Twain believe thattae that thatthe thatt
I the t first accounts of the size of the estate estatevrhlch estateswhich tat
which be has left were exaggerated A Aclose AcION Aclose
I close friend ri nd of his said today toda that al alttough alt4nh altaough
ttough the author author possessed ed a comfortabio comfort comfortaWe
t aWe o fortune In the latter years he was wasfar
far from being a milllonalreTwain millionaire millionaireTwains millionaireualn
Twains ualn Fortune Large JarltcThe Largehe La r ere ereThe
The he royalties royaltl from his books pay payrjsnt payTl8 pay7Hnt
Tl8 rjsnt t that was made for his hi later con contributions conttibutlons ¬
I tributions to magazines and successful sueceaefuldealings successfuldialings SUCCeMCulltallnp
i dealings in Wall all street netted Mark MarkTwain MarkrYIn Markiwain
Twain a pretty good sum in tho last Jen Jenyears ten tenYIMUII tenyears
I years of his hi life said this Individual IndividualI IndhldualMould
I should not say sa that his estate amounts amountsto amoun l lI
j I to more than a quarter of a million millionClemen mllHoni millionclement
i clement lenri was never much of a business businessman bulln08sr businesstaaa
r man and had it not been for the watch watchfulness wAtchI watchfulness ¬
I fulness ruin and the assistance tanco of some of his hisloeest hislOl68t hissorest
I < sorest friends tri nd he he would not have postweed pos
I tweed near this sum sumAt sumAt
At the time of the organization of the theUnited thenltod theUnited
United nltod States Steel Corporation In 1901Mark 1301 1301Jtfark 1001Uark
Mark Twain made some Investments In Inj inho
j ho stock of the corporation on the t e ad adIce ad1ce
vice of his friend Henry 13 enry H Rogers The Thenvestments Thene Thenyestments
nvestments ne tments wore vore ore successful SUCCe8 Cul add I be belove botovotl1cy belsvothey
love tovotl1cy they brought b ught a profit pro profit lt to him Fromi From FromConUnuCtl
1 Continued on Page K Column O OI OI
tftnbrlcl ilAiinnnzlo In Trouble Over OverBig
Biff Debts DelitnTurin DclltATurin DebtsTurin
Turin April 22 22Gabrlel Gabriel dAnnunzIo Is lain
I in trouble with the th Bank of Rome from fromwhich fromwhich rom
I which ho obtained some time ago a credit creditif crOdltOOO8
I if JJOWO OO08 Tho bank has now no distrained distrainedthe dltralnedI distralnedthe
the furniture on the Villa Cappenclna Cappenclnathe
I the he poets splendid residence near Flor Florence Florunce Floronce ¬
once which Is filled with magnificent art artElections artj artollectlons
j Elections Another creditor for 3500 3500j1AS 3500 35o0Ins 3500j
j j1AS las distrained the works of art and andli andnu
< li s nnunzlos nu nIOS favorite dogs Notices have haveBted
1 Bted announcing announcln that tho goods goodsrVjin goo goodsI11 1s 1sJV111 <
rVjin I11 be sold at auction auctionBaltimore auctionUaltimore
If4I If4IUaltlmore 1
Baltimore tC t Ohio to the Plmllco Race RnceI Racesfin
Baltimore Baltimorehe BnlthnrFor fin tInjure tInjureFor
I For the information or thooo attending attondin attondinI
I the he Plmllco l > lmHco Races at Baltimore direct
Street street car connections may be had from
Camden Camd n and Mount Iount Royal Stations for
the 12 noon and 1 100 < M p m trains from
Washington giving ample time to reach
he race ra e track trackI trackEatnblishca
1 Established E tnblJllheel 1S24
Oldest Lumber Firm In tho U S S
Three Great German Airships Make MakeMajestic MakeMajestic HakeMajestic
Majestic Voyage VoyageBerlin VoyageBerUn VoyageBerlin
Berlin April 22 22Traeling Traveling In a column columnlike columnUke columnlike
like battle ships Ihi at sea MIl Zeppelin Zep lIn II Gross GrossI
I and Parseval II representing < resoect resoectivelyf rnpeethel resDectIvelyI
ivelyf IvelyI the rigid semirigid en nld and nonrigid nonrigidtypes noo1a1d1Y nonrigidtypes
types 1Y of balloons left Cologne at 11 oclock oclockthis dclocltthl8 oclockthis
this morning for Homburg where the thoKaiser tbelaJeer theKaiser
Kaiser inspected llum llumThe th thsmThe Jm JmThe
The passengers included Gen Baron Baronvon Dronyon Baronvon
von Lyncker the chief of the Kaisers Kaiserssalutary JCaJ8eramltltaQ Kaisersmilitary
salutary cabinet Gen G von Spoiling the thegovernor theIOvernor thegovernor
governor of Cologne and numerous staff staffofllcors ata ataofUcors staffotilcors
ofllcors ofUcorsA otilcorsAs ofllcorsAs
As A soon on as the airships were anchored anchoredthe anchoredthe anchoredthe
the Kaiser hastened h to congratulate the thocrews tbecrews thecrews
crews He conducted the Katserln and andhis andbb andhis
his daughter around the airstrip pointing pointingout poIatIDgout pointingout
out feature C8tur and suggesting u view points pointsto llUlDtaWI pointsto
to his laughter Onusl1t who bo d5MgltL ddMchtediy I3 Luis Luissnap tf tfnap tOJlkInAP
snap nap shots shotsJCfce shots1k ots otsib
JCfce 1k ltttf itte ib reaNMoftdMr TIMe TIMetheir mdtfCnrMI mdtfCnrMItheir ate dprri eNr eNrtheir
their return at 6 oclock The north northwast northwo northwest
west t wind vlnd which had helped them on ontheir 011tl10lr ontheir
their outward voyage oya e was still blowing blowingglvln blowtD blowtDg1vln blowinggiven <
given tho th prospect 11r08 < t of a less easy home oIDe oIDeward homeward noroevrard
ward routney routneyTAFT ourney ourneyTAFT ourneyI
Seeks Insurgent b bGet Alliance to toGet toGet
Get Postal Bill PassedAroused Passed PassedAroused PassedAroUHd
Aroused by opposition to the th postal postalbanks poatalbanks postalbanks
banks bill President PrC lont Taft has ba threatened threatenedthe threatenedtho threatenedthe
the regular Republicans with an alliance allianceof a1UAneeor
of insurgents and Democrats in the House Houseto Hou Houto Houseto
to pass it unless it is allowed to come comeout comeout comeout
out of committee shortly shortlyTho IIhorUyTho shortlyThe
Tho President Pre ldont had a conference with withmen wIthmen withmen
men interested Intoro ted in the measure in both bothHouses bothHouseti bothHouses
Houses lasting until late Thursday night nightand nightand nightand
and yesterday ye terdy ho talked decisively with withSenator withSenator withSenator
Senator Aldrich about the fate o of tho thobill thobill thebill
bill It has ha already been approved in the theSenate theSenate theSenate
Senate but it Is blocked in the House HouseCommittee HouaeCommltteo HouseCommittee
Committee on the Post Office and Post PostRoads POIItRoads PostRoads
Roads and the President may use u the thftinsurgents theln theInsurgents
insurgents ln urgents as a whip to get it out outIts outIts outIts
Its passage pa age was promised In the party partyplatform partyplatform partyplatform
platform antI the President gave it his hisrecommendation liSrecommendation hisrecommendation
recommendation before it went to the theSenate theSonate theSenate
Senate The President Pro ldent has spoken sig significantly slgnlftcantly significantly ¬
nificantly about the possibilities of an anInsurgentDemocratic anIn aninsurgentDemocrato
InsurgentDemocratic In urentDemocraUo vote In connection connectionwith connectionwith connectionwith
with the measure that will pass it itSome ItSome ftSome
Some sort of a bill will be reported reportedfrom reportedfrom reportedfrom
from the th committee It does not promise promiseto
to be a measure which will be satisfac satisfactory snuractory satisfactory ¬
tory to the President or the advocates advocat of ofthe otth ofthe
the th postal bank plan planIf vlanIf planIf
If it is not the President will ask In Insurgent In8UIgent Insurgent ¬
surgent aid to make it sound and if ifneed Itneed ifneed
need be seek a few helpful votes from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the Democratic side of the chamber chamberWhat chamberWhat chamberWhat
What the President learned from Sen Senator Senator Senator ¬
ator Aldrich yesterday morning mornln and his histalk hlBtalk histalk
talk with those at the White House made madehim madehim madehim
him hopeful the session of Congress s will willend wUlend willend
end soon after June 1 This was good goodnews goodnews goodnews
news Ho Is in sympathy symp thy with that spirit spiritof spiritof spiritof
of unrest which makes the members mombo18 of ofboth ofboth ofboth
both Houses long for the activity of the theprimaries theprimaries theprimaries
primaries at home homeIf homeH homeIf
If President Is able ablo I Ipnssago
tho tp obtain tho thopassage thepassage
passage of the measures initlg Inlda legislative legislativeprogramme legl legislativeprogramme laUe I Iprogrammo
programme which he now believes will willbecome willbecome m I Ibeeome
become law l hit w will be satisfied aatlaie d with the thework thework I Iwork
work of Congress That there must be bea 001 001a bea
a railroad bill a land withdrawal bill billand billand
and an injunction bill he insists insistsWhile ln insistsWhile sts stsWhllo
While he is no less committed to the theStatehood theStatehood i iStatehood
Statehood measure and the postal P bank bankbill bAnkbill bankbill
bill and insists upon an honest t effort to toward toward toward ¬
ward each he knows that obstacles must mustbe mustbe
be surmounted surmountedIn I IIn
In conversation with callers yesterday yesterdaytho yesterdaythe e torday tordaytho
tho President intimated that some of the themeasures themOOllurt themeasures
measures > s which he has advocated might mightbo mightbo mightbo
bo in disagreement In conference This Thiswould Thiswould Thiswould
would take them over into the next sea session seislon seasion ¬
sion of Congress but as this Congress Congressdoes Congreadoes Congressdoes
does not die until March 4 1911 191L there will willbo willbe willbe
be plenty of time for an adjustment of oftho oftho ofthe
tho difficulty difficultyAt dlmcult dlmcultAt
At the suggestion of the President Presidentcaucuses Prsldentcaucuses Presidentcaucuses
caucuses will be hold by the Republicans RepublicansIn
In the House upon tho postal bank bill billand billand billand
and the antiinjunction bill ns soon as the therailroad therailroad therailroad
railroad bill is passed Republicans have havebeen haebeen havebeen
been warned by the whip to be In their theirseats theIrseats theirseats
seats on Tuesday prepared to vote ote upon uponthe uponthe uponthe
the railroad bill billEstablished billEstnbUAbell billEatalIlshcd
Established 1824 184I
I Old OldR OldReliableGenuine Reliable UableGenulne Genuine 4
Follows Rockefeller Method Methodn Methodin
in in n Ne lsTew York State Statei StateIDENTITY StateIDENlfITY
Many Barnes of ofMillionaircsAre Millionaires illionairesArc illionairesArctiostdoli Ara Arai
1 i 4 4AcmblInnn j jv
v Questioned QuostiOl1d tiostdoli f fAHKcmblymnn d dAssemblyman +
AHKcmblymnn Ward nrd Hn has Bill Before IlcforeLegrlxlntnrc BeforeLegislature 1 1LeglRlnture
Legislature nt Albany 1hnn to Incorpo Incorporate lucorIJorlltc Incorporate ¬
rate the Economic and General GeneralFoundation Gcn GeneralFoundation rnl rnlFoul1
Foul1 Foundation < lnHou Duhiiul n 1ahHl Vhlch hlch There ThereIs ThereIs rhcrcIff
Is Seen u Strnncely Strnn ly Industrious Indnstrlonmriillnnthroplnt IndustrlouaPhllnnthrolIJlt IndustriousPhilanthropist
Philanthropist PhllnnthrolIJltAUMuly PhilanthropistAlbany v vAlbany
Albany April 21 LOne One of the unknown unknownmillionaires nknownmllllonalre unknownmillionaires
millionaires of New N York City is plan planning planning planning ¬
ning a a great systematic longcontinuing longcontinuingphilanthropy longcontinuingphilanthropy contlnuln contlnulnphilanthropy
philanthropy similar to the Rockefeller Rockefellergeneral RoekeeJ1ergeneral Rockefellergeneral
general fund and tha th Carnegie Carn e and Sage Sagefoundations 5tt Sagefoundations e eoundatJonL
foundations foundationsA
A bill by Assemblyman A B Artemas Ward Wardjr WardJr Wardjr
jr of New York framed to incorporate Incorporatethe
the Economic c and General Foundationwa Foundation
wa 1U advanced in the assembly today to tothird tothktl tothird
third reading readl l The assembly was in a amood aJDOOd amood
mood to pass the measure by b unanimous unanimousconsent unanimoUIIt unanimousconsent
consent t but because of tho light at attendance atteedsnee t tte ¬
tendance te Assemblyman A omblmaJ1 Ward refrained refrainedfrom refrainedfrom refrainedfrom
from any action that would appear to toslip toslip toslip
slip the bill through tb1o during the absence absenceof abMnceof absenceof
of members membersMr membe membeMr membersMr
Mr Ward nI would not disclose the name nameof n nameof me meor
of the millionaire who Is to endow the theproposed tJMproIHMetl theproposed
proposed foundation foundationThe foundatlonThe foundationThe
The bill states that Edwin T Rice BiceJulien RiceJulien RiceJulien
Julien R R Tinkham Nelson Ne1 on G Spencer SponcerOtto SpoocerOtto SpencerOtto
Otto C Wierura W rum jr and Robert De DeRood DeRood DeRood
Rood together with such persons as asthey 8 8the asthey
they the may associate with them aro to tobo tobe tobe
be created a corporation corporationPnriiose corporUonPurllo8c corporationPurpose
Purpose Is Very cr Broad BroadThe BrondTho BroadThe
The purpose nurpose rP is to maintain and apply a afund atURd afund
fund to economic artistic scientific and andeducational anaeducational andeducational
educational purposes purposesWhile purpcMIeLWbUe purposesWhile
While the identity of the intending giver giverof gtyOtat giverof
of millions after the latest plan of inContinued in inContinncil InContlnuet
Continued on Page 3 Column ColnmnSEVEN 7 7SEVEN TSEVEN
San Francisco Frllncl co April 22 22A 22Aphotograph 22Aphotograph A Aphotograph
photograph of head and innerpart inner innerpart Innerpart
part of the tail pf Valleys comet cometin oometIn cometIn
in which the length of so much muchof muchot muchof
of tho tail as was recorded was waa11MOOO wasL1
11MOOO L1 OOOO miles has been taken takenat takonat takenat
at the Lick Observatory Obaervator by b As Astronomer Astronomer Astronomer ¬
tronomer Curtis Curti The photograph photographwas
was made yesterday 08terdA morning morningwith morningwith morningwith
with the Crossley Crosslc reflectory of oftho ortho ofthe
tho observatory Tho plate was wasexposed wasexposed wasexposed
exposed for thlrtyflvo minutes minutesJThe minutesThe minutesThe
JThe The extreme diameter of the thehead thoh thehead
head h ad as shown in the photo photograph photograph photograph ¬
graph is 196000 196000 miles This Thismorning Thismorning Thismorning
morning morning a photograph photo aph showing showingtho showl showingthe g gtho
tho tail on a smaller scale re recorded recorded recorded ¬
corded the total length len th of nearly nearlythree noarlythreo nearlythree
three degrees corresponding to a alength alength alength
length in space of more than thani
7000000 miles milesSnovr milesSnow milesSnow
Snow Surprises Chicago GhlcngoChicago ChlcngoChlcaso ChicagoChicago
Chicago April 82 2Late Late tonight a asnowstorm asnowstorm asnowstorm
snowstorm set in following the rain of oftho o othe ofthe
the early part of the day Tho snow snowmelted snowmelted snowmelted
melted as soon as It t fell Much appre apprehension ap apprehonsion > re rehonslon ¬
hension however is felt for growing growingcrops growingcrops growingcrops
crops in the Immediate vicinity vicinitys1
s1 1 125 to Baltimore nnd Return ReturnToday ReturnToday ReturnToday
Today and tomorrow via Baltimore BaltimoreOhio BaltimoreOhio BaltimoreOhio
Ohio R R R RI
I Established E tnbJlsbcd 1824 1824Frank 184Frank 1824Frank
Frank LIbbey Co 6th N Y ave
George Bedell Among Three Ar Arrested Arrested Arrested ¬
rested in Sugar Case CaseNew CaseW CaseNew
New W York April 22 22The The investigation investigationof
of the frauds in the custom house by tn tnFederal u uFederal theFederal
Federal grand jury bore l Ore fruit again to today 10da today ¬
day da when heD United States Stat marshals ar arrested Urested arrested ¬
rested three former employes of the cus customs CtI5tome castorpe ¬
toms service indicted indict oa a charge of ofconspiracy olIracy ofconspiracy
conspiracy Iracy The men arrested were wereGeorge Wft8G8OIIe wereGeorge
George E Bedell formerly the chief clerk clerkin eIer1c1ft clerkin
in the weighing e tnl division of the surveyorsonce surveyors surveyorsoffice aurveyorsoIke
office and aD4CbarIe Charles HWardeli H Warden ardelt and Charles CharlesD
D Drew both of whom hoot were e United UnitedStates CJlltedStat LastedStates
States Stat weighers in charge of the custom customsmen custommen cuatomfimea
men weighing wel importations at the the0Ua various vari various ¬
ous docks They are the most important importantmen IpIPDrtaAt IpIPDrtaAtmen
men of the service Indicted thus far farBedell tarI farBedell
Bedell until his dismissal l test Novem November Ncwemwu Noveatbar ¬
bar was one of Abe lock host known mm inM in ing SAjM
g jM M service Hilives He S lives 1 In Blnyudold B N Nhltd X Xland J JU4
land iH µ ttt fi I artioept rsoapOy ctaw tx tnII a1C trtpiieew fiaa fiaaof
of tHat Us iac 1C aad stpd one of its lading fekdtogdtbn MbagA8 ladingcitlzeidt
citlzeidt citlzeidtAs dtbn dtbnAs
As chief clerk of the weighers Ibers divisions divisionsBedell dlvlalonsl divisionse4tll
Bedell e4tll l had charge of all the weighingrticords wel8bln wel8blnr weighing weighingrordc
tortk rordc r Warden and Drew had charge chargeof e chargeof e et
of t districts districtsBUCKETSHOP dl8t1lCtSBUCKETSHOP
LOTS IK I TOIBSTwentyninth TOIBS TOMBSTventJnintl1 TOIBSTwentyninth
Twentyninth Indicted lndi ted by byGovernment byGovernn1ellt b y yGovernment
Government Arrested ArrestedNew ArrestedNew
New New ew York April 21 22Joseph Jo Joseph F Gating Gatingsaid GattnsII1 Gatinssaid
said to be the head of one of the most mostextensive moetexten mostextensive
exten extensive chain of bucketstoops in the thecountry thecountry thecountry
country was IUI taken into custody custod tonight tonightby tonlahtby tonightby
by government agents and lodged in tre treTombs tteTombs tl e eTonibe
Tombs Jlr Ir Gating te reputed to be beworth beortl beworth
worth ortl several million dollars dol lacs His H arrest arrestwas Rrrestwu arrestwag
was a surprise and shock He was con confronted cunfronted curtfronted ¬
fronted with a warant as he entered enteredthe enteredthe enteredthe
the elevator of the Chatham Court apart apartment llpartment apartment ¬
ment house 71 Central Park West WestAt WestAt eat eatAt
At a late hour tonight Gatlins was still stillin atUlIn stillin
in the Tombs and his son who answered answeredtho anaweredtho answeredthe
tho telephone said he did not know knowthat knowthat knowthat
that his father had been arrested arrestedGating arreatedGatln arrestedGatins
Gating is the twentyninth man to be betaken betaken betaken
taken in the governments war on the thebucket thebucket thebucket
bucket shops which began on April Apriland 2 2and 2and
and resulted in a score of spontaneous spontaneousarrests spontaneousarrests spontaneousarrests
arrests in half a dozen cities Gradually Graduallythe Gradua1tythe Graduallythe
the remainder of those wanted nted were weredrawn weredra weredrawn
drawn dra wn into the net Gating is the last lastone lastone lastone
one sought under tho present pre nt batch of ofindictments orIftdletmenla ofindictments
indictments though more are expected expectedAgents epecteclA expectedAgents
Agents A ent of the Department of Justice Justiceunder Ju Justiceunder Uee Ueelftder
under the direction of Stanley W Finch Firchhave Flncbhave Finchhave
have been looking for GUns since his hisindictment hisIndictment hisindictment
indictment In Washington WashingtonHONOR WashingtonHONOR WublngtonHONOR
Vice President of Cuba Rewards Rewardslien Rewardsrrren RewardsMen
lien Who Saved Son SonSixxial SonSrerial SonSrecial
Sixxial to The AVaahiogtoa Wub IlesldAnnapolis Herald HeraldAnnapolis uwAnnapollll
Annapolis lid Id April 22 2At At dress dressparade dr06llparado drossparade
parade this afternoon of the St St Johns JohnsCollege JohnsCollege JohnsCollege
College cadet battalion President Fell pro presented prosented proseated ¬
sented to Buford Kirwan I kwn a naval hoe hoepltal hospital MtJpltal ¬
pltal apprentice and Peter Foy Fo a private privateof
of marines gold watches as a reward rewardfor rOardtor rewardfor
for their heroism in rescuing from drown drowning drowning drownlag ¬
ing Frances Zeyas and Manuel MareerCuban JMarcer JMarcerCuban llarcerCubAn
Cuban students at the college collegeThe coUeEeThe collegeThe
The presentation pres talon was in behalf of Vice VicePresident VicePresident i iPreeldcntZeas
President PreeldcntZeas eyas of Cuba father of one oneof oneor oneof
of the boys The two lads capsized in a acanoe acanoe acanoe
canoe In Colloga Creek on March 20 and andKirwan andIrwan andKirwan
Kirwan Irwan and Foy plunged into the icy icywater Icywater Icywater
water swam seventylive yards ards and saved savedthem savedthm1 savedthem
them Zeyas was resuscitated after dim dlMculty difficulty dimcult ¬
culty cult as he had gone Gon down twice twiceGEBHAED h1ceGEBHARD twiceGEBHARD
Noted oteel Society flan Inu anti Ofnbmnn Ofnbmnnot GinbmanNot Ginbman GinbmanXot
Not ot Expected to Survive SnrvlveNew SnrheewYork Surviveew
New ewYork ew York April 22 2Frederlck Frederick Geb Gebhard Gebhard Gebhard
hard who is seriously 111 in his apart apartments apartments apartments ¬
ments in the Stratford Stmt ord House 11 East EastThirtythird EastThirtythird EastThirtythird
Thirtythird street had a comfortable comfortableday comfortably comfortab16dB comfortablyday
day dB today toda Tonight his condition was wasmuch wasmuch wasmuch
much the samo as it was as Thursday night nightwith nightwit nightwith
with little change either way wa He Is a avery avery avery
very sick man and doubts are expressed expressedof GXpr Gd Gdof
of his recovery recoer but his wife and thephysicians the thephysicians theph
physicians ph slcl8ns have not yet et given up all allhope aUhope allhope
Established E tnblIsbed 1824Quality 1824 1824QuaUty
QuaUty la our pass word
TAGGART TO RUN RUNAnnounces RUNAnnounces RUNAnnounces
Announces Candidacy Before Demo Democratic Demooratic Democratic ¬
cratic Convention ConventionIndianapolis ConventionIndkaapollfl ConventionIndlpspulls
Indianapolis April 22 22Tom Tom Taggart Taggartmade T Taggartmade gart gartmade
made formal announcement u of MB candi candidacy ealltUcJtler eandidney ¬
dacy for the United States Senate to Utifly today tAIday ¬
day If the Democratic convention COftYOnt1oftclde do docWoe deeldos
cWoe to nominate and If not he will be bea 1Ma bea
a candidate before the legislative cau caucus ¬
cus He says saysI ya yar
I will be a candidate for the Demo Democratic eIaOcratSc Democratic ¬
cratic nomination for United States Senator Sen Senator SenAtor ¬
ator under any circumstances In the theovent theOfent theevent
event that the coming com State convention conventiondecides eollVUondeeldea conventiondecides
decides to take the matter up and make makethe DIIIJEethe maltsthe
the nomination then I will go before the theconvention tbeCOItyentSon theconvention
convention as an aspirant for the theDOI8I theDOI8InaUo seminatiou semi nomiaatkm
aatkm and shall make a aa good a light flghta lightas
a as I know how In event the convention convendoaslaves conventionloftvev COlly COllyloalM
loftvev slaves the matter to the legislature Iture I Iwin Iwill Iwill
will be a candidate caa for the MiserIbes MiserIbesClore honor then thenClose H HCtGlle
Close personal friends of Tagcart lPirttbttt say saythat treythat
that he la making JlUtJd g the race for vindi vindication YitMJtcatton Tiedlcation ¬
cation and that he proposes to show his htaenemies hIafnemlc hisenemies
enemies that he has lost t none DOG of M Mpopularity his ItapopulArity hispopularity
popularity popularitymm populArityWOlTR popularityOLTER
Death for Murder of Ruth RuthWheeler RuthWheeler
Wheeler Is Penalty PenaltyPRISONER PenaltyPRISONER ellalt ellaltPRIRONER
Without Emotion as Verdict Y crdict Is
Read in Court CourtFCTT CourtFcU CourtFew
Few lour After German Boy Had HadTold HaelTold HadTold
Told n Connected Though Implans Implansllilc Intplnu8Ihle Implausible
llilc Story Stor pf HIM 111 Conduct Al About A110utthe Aboutthe out outthe
the Time Pretty lrctt Stenographer Was WasFound ns nsFound a3Founel
Found Xcnr enr his 111 Flat Burned and andSacked anelSa andSacked
Sacked Sa kel Jury Jur Ilrantls Him Guilty Guilt
New N w York April r1 ril 22 22A6ert Albert W WWoker ViVoker WWolter
Woker trig for or the murder of ofRuth ofRuth ofRuth
Ruth Amo An f Wheeler Vbec r the girl who whowent whowent whowent
went to his rooms to get t employ employment empioyme empioqment ¬
ment me t as a stenographer s ap ier was found fOWguilq foundit oej oejguilty
guilty it of lfmur murder r in iat tl fir firt d dA de dett
t tt gb i A j jury lu y HI id I + tt jie J Fosters Fosterspart Fosterspart Posterspart
part of General Sessions SessionsFrom SessionsFrom rions rionsFrom
From the time the jury returned returnedto
to the court at 10 1030 30 tonight until untilWolter untilValter untilWolter
Wolter was led out of the court courtroom courtroom courtroom
room after a ler the reception rC ption of o the ver verdict verdict verdict ¬
dict he gave no sign of o the slight slightest slightest slightest ¬
est emotion His face was void of ofexpression ofexpression ofexpression
expression as he answered the qucs questions qucsti qucstions ¬
tions ti ns that make up the formal court courtrecord courtrecord courtrecord
record of a person convicted and andhis andhis andhis
his voice was low and even evenRecess evenRccepe evenRecess
Recess nt Dinner Hour HonrThe HourTIM HourThe
The jury was sent out of court shortly shortlyafter abortlyalt shortlyafter
after alt 1 1 oclock A recess of more e than thanan thaaaft thanan
an hour was 1UI taken tk for dinner and It was wasa wasa wasa
a little before 1A 1 when the twelve men menfiled meafiled menfled
filed through the court room on their way wayback waybAck wayback
back to the deliberations Just J before then tlavrecess tIMrrecetI thenrecess
recess was taken the word was passed passedaround puaedar0Uft4 passedaround
around that the first ballot had shown showneleven 8bowneleven showneleven
eleven men favoring fOri conviction accord accordIng aecordIng accordlag
Ing to the indictment It needed half an anhour anhour anhour
hour to swing s ftIt the tb one outstanding outstandingWhen OUtuAtll OUtuAtllVben outstandingWhen
When the doors dOG were opened for those thosewho tboeebo thosewho
who bo had business bu within It did not take takelong takeIOD takelong
long IOD for every ever seat to fill Judge Foster Fosterwent Foeterwent Fosterwent
went on the bench at precisely 1098 10 He Hegave HegA Hegave
gave gA e the order that conveyed to the jury juryhis JurybJ8 juryhis
his readiness to hear Its report Word Wordhad Wordhad Vonihad
had come to him that a verdict bad been beenroached beeareached beenreached
reached reachedFile
File Back to Their Sent SentWhen SentWhen SeatsWhen
When the jurymen went to their seats seatsthey watathey seatsthey
they carried eahled ca r ied their hats and coatsGentlemen coats coatsGentlemen coats coatsGentlemen
Gentlemen of the jury how say Y you youasked your yourasked yourasked
asked the clerk ct rk Do you find the de defendant de dednt defendant ¬
fendant dnt guilty or not fumvr fumvrWelter guilty pDtJolter guiltyWolter
Welter olter was standing 8taadi at tae bar outside outsidetho out8tdetbo outsidethe
the railing at which his lawyer III 1NI ws wu sit sitting stttlng sitting ¬
ting The foreman faced the German 0 boy boysqueroly DoysqrolT boysquarely
squarely and said saidWe saidWe saidWe
We find the defendant guilty 7 of mar rarder mardel murder
der in the nr drat t degree degreeNot eSreeNot degreeNot
Not a spark of interest sbowed showed in Wel Welters v vtars Wolters ¬
ters face faceThen faceThen faceThen
Then he was led away atMt soilaa a hoper imperturbable 1Mperturbable hoperturbable ¬
turbable as a through throu h the trialKatie trfaat trfaatKatie trIIIlIntl
Katie Intl Gillie Testifies TcitlflcsThe TclltJ TestifiesThe c cThe
The days day proceedings becan 1HiIan with 1th the thecalling tilecaUln thecalling
calling caUln by the defense of oCXaue TCaUe Glltte GlltteShe GII1teShe 01111She
She occupied a room she mM in front frontof trootof frontof
of the room where here Woltar V olteit lived Jlftd On the theThursday tireThursday i
Thursday Thuntd that Ruth Wheeler disappeared disappearedand ed I IM
and M on the Friday and Sattpdayfollow Sattpdayfollowlug Saturday Sa follow following ¬ 1 1log
log she sh was much of the time in the thekitchen thekitchen 1 1kitchen
kitchen of Welters fiat washing and iron ironin Ironing i
in Ing and presoins her clothings elo She S re heard heardWolter heardWolter i iolter
Wolter olter go out ou or some one to leave ve e his hisroom hisroom I Iroom
room at SM la I the morning and saw sawnothing sawnothing I InGthlng
nothing mere of him or heard of him himContinued himContlnueel himContinued
himI I
Continued on Page R Column C lumn 1i 1 1HALLEYS 1HALLEYS
Daily Bulletin BulletinApril BulletinApril BulletinApril
April 23 OOHalleys Halleys comet conietrises cometrises cometrises
rises 3 15 a m today and to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow at 3 09 09 a ra m Sun Sunrises Sunrises Sunrises
rises 5 05 a m ITL The comets cometsspeed cometsspeed cornetsspeed
speed today is about 1832 1832miles 1832miles 1832miles
miles per minute minuteCarorisi minutet minuteCeimi
t Carorisi Ceimi bt MM Iff Fratfock Guaetatt CaspbdL12Bnltmore 0aaIIWLt 0aaIIWLl2Da1tbnore
125 l2Da1tbnore Baltimore nnd Return ReturnBaltimore RoturnDnltlmorc ReturnBaltimore
Baltimore Ohio R R REvery It ItEvery HEvery
Every Saturday and Sunday All train trainboth tnI iboth train6both
both ways ays both days except e cept Royal R al Lim Limited La LaIted Linited ¬
Established 1S24 1S24Eightysix 184Elghtysix 199Eightysix
Eightysix years tells our story
TO ID G u t w ify t u Ji i iPhillips Hi TT Inulv InulvPhillips eK eKPbillips
Phillips Declared 200000 200000Fund 200000Fund 00 000 000Fund
Fund Was Wasted WastedANSWEES WastedANSWERS VastedANSVERS
Conditions of Finances Are ArePublished ArePublished ArePublished
Published Annually AnnuallyIn <
In Statement Given Out Following FoIIovrlnffCon FolloUlngConAlelation FollowingConsldaratlon
Con ConAlelation lil rallon by b Ilonne District DlntrlctCommittee DItrlctCommittee DistrictCommittee
Committee of Resolution to Probo ProlioAITRlrn ProboAJTalrx ProboAffairs
Affairs of Institution Xoted S oted tecl I1luoa Edugator K I1luoator luoa luoator
tor Explains Workings orkln11 of 20OOOO 20OOOOCorcoran OQ090Corcoran OOOQOCorcoran
Corcoran Endowment Fund FundA PundtA FundA
A bi stir was caused in e educa educational acationa t at atti0nal ¬
tional circles yesterday over a et state statement tMriementmade e efnent ¬
ment mentmade made by Dr Phillips former formerdean formerdean formerdean
dean of the medical school of ofGeorge oiGeorge ofGeorge
George Washington Was Lniv Lnivthat Unircrsity Unircrsitythat UniYers t tthat
that the Corcoran endowment Iwed Iwedof adof indof
of 200000 300 OO000 00 of that mstitutioa ttstlfiutiro6t hadbeen had adbeen hadbeen
been dissipated hy officers of the theuniversity ti1euniversity tieuniversity
university universityDr
Dr Phillips charged that the fund is isrepresented ISrepnlleDted isrepresented
represented only by a promissory 0 7 aon of ofHMNl otctnn ofNoN
NoN given by Charles W Xeedham x xdie Needhamthe Xeedhamtoe
toe presMfnt of the university 1IJ nnk7 an edu u ¬
cater of aaOonsJ doaaI impormace hi rotorn rotornfor Nt1IrnI rattunfor
I for money borrowed 1 tim the ua1v msirvatty msirvattythe Y YI ty tythe
the security for which to President Pr Need Kosdhasas NeednlIlIlICe esd esdhasas
hasas x rrsldeitce Isaoe which Dr Phfittpa 1 s de declared 4IeciarM dedlared ¬
clared Is not worth more than maDThew 1M 1MThese aR aRThese
These disetesures dl8el d soiosures UJfS were Ie made at a near nearing MarfBc sar saring
ing before the House H Committee oa the theDistrict theDl8trlct theDistrict
District of Columbia wok which I Is too eonsMarfng eonsMarfnga eo eoa eying eyinga
a a resolution calling upon the Attorney AttorneyGeneral UGIIIeY0eDera1 AttorneyGeneral
General to make an inquiry leis the themanrrs theIDancn the1anoes
IDancn manrrs of the university 1W1oHa all
Pivo Statements Conflict CoBfllctLater CORtlIctLater ConflictLater
Later m ba the ermbkf President Noeflham iIham Ness Nessham
ham gave out an Interview tn which h hsaid he heaid hesaid
said that no notice whatever bad been beengiven beengiven n nlITen
given the tmhrerstey that any hMrIn hMrInWU hearingwas hearing hearingwas
was to be had bad sJtheus aIt although i It was stated at atthe attbe atthe
the committee room that notice had t tiePt tiePtIIeDt sea seaamt n nseat
seat out to the otter parties del deladftDce several severalM djays djaysin
in advanceThe advance k fTIle f
TIle dark t tIK ta I11111ea 4IDI 4IDIr mAa
f 6Id it 0 t t1IOt L LIll
r IK not Bodfylng dtr1n the tilePIWIdeDt yri4s j > mSrer rO1 i r rPresident rPresident
President x4I l K sedleltn dT am u Itartfctr tartRtd tartifltsaidTee tartRtdne said saidi
i The Acts M rhea in the nsi antipipaB a 1JIft iMfck Mrs MrsmliteeittnK IIIIrItan bdr bdrsbtrding
mliteeittnK an re to detached u to oaks fc dMl dWrilt dWriltI r i1t i1tto
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> fully annexed twfera the OassBtttcc alaeelof Cetnnt Use is A AjrioJbue AjrioJbueof ieti ie ieet
lof of the Senate and the Hone and am ta ail tria or orwffl orwt11 Farwin
win be aa moo Mm aa the Home Homepfewd HOlDe1be oase uosrlttst h s saae saaepteeed
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I to be filed with the How conatittee fOIIIIaitWTk cammtaThe
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at whida Ueh them auw chases was aaade bate vosai vosaistooaly mill tessaianialy
stooaly retorted in favor fa of the t dedcnetxm of thi thiO the theowe thCnae
owe O M e WaahioKtOQ W OQ Untraattr aa the adBfaaMatcr adBfaaMatcrof
01 the Mcnffl fond for the bcocflt rf die District Districtfor DiIIrictfor Dtetrictfor
for tteee this yaan yaangonaamd us11M yntrLThe
The ComnD food wu com Md Ia 11th and andaaIItId andtsmt
tsmt gonaamd ted ef land donated by Mr fr Corcocaa wUfe h hwaa he heJIfttIidmt bewas
was pMaidcnt of the board of treeless The Cor Coreoraa Coreona Cccassn
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KBtfaK SM s1Nn M of whidt high IBe l11M1 hmM W paid in inand inaaci inand
and other cdI fubaeripdooa were made SIde with die vnder vnderataadtnc adtrIta1IdIaI uederthat
ataadtnc that Mr Comran would sale ate a fUt of ofland ofIIIDcI ofh
land h M wbH 1Ibidt waa thee catiaated at a wan s oasaidcr oasaidcrabty 00MidcraIIb onridcraby
abty man than the BW 01o that wa was > raUscd rmhaedladed raUscdAa uaid uaidhle
Aa laded hle le < l 2 wfOd < H to SumMr Sum SumMr SumXI
Mr Comtaa added sa SBM sa to title scot la sasses sassesnd aoawrand rfaad
and nd by a popatar aabaetiption about fiVdHS ajor ajorwaa era erawas e
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the ftmd Th lIwte w were some o r adT adTwhich acIdit CIIIIIItioo CIIIIIItioowlaieh tsM sme smewhich
which mind th m total fond to i iMr shoat figlN In InMr InMr
Mr rcor Cot antt a gift be stated the it was to wo ail ailla aidIn
la the pCRBaatat eDdInrmmt Bd < i naeirt of the oaV0a ad sadehsathon it itderation i4 i4tiaa
deration tiaa to tile amity di and McMssBB tt a at urnwi atAt ai aiwtattT
wi wtattT ty At that time the t uuiteiaMja oaaat was waacfeasajrt we weKt wastfmstd
cfeasajrt by ay an art of Conicrasj C boa OataaaWaa Ccl Ccltaft C Colrgr l lt1dftorsb
taft to CnlaanMin ralrCTstty ralrCTsttyBosw t1dftorsbC0IaDnIi rsersifyDrills
Drills Mr Cononma s lite cud whaV ha waa waastcaUaa waanest
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tr lid a Hit of the nosey into a hatttfaK and andaed andd andwss
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PAT CROW IS HBLD TTRTT TTRTTXotorions 1fP 1fPotorlons IfpNotorlons
Xotorions KiilnHpiicr Victim of a aI I18Hc aLeese
I 18Hc BHc IIi Uhrhnay IligltwayaaenToledo TllT ajT ftH ftHToie H HToledo
Toledo o April 22Pat 2 Pat Crow the aotori aotorious aotorlOWl notorious
ous bandit who kidnapped Eddie CoOahy CoOahytn
tn Omaha ten years ago and gave him himself Idmelf himself ¬
self up six b years later after a reward rewardof rewardof regardof
of IS54W a had been offered ter for air cap capture capture aplure ¬
ture was held up at Mansfield Ohio Ohiolast OhioJut Ohiolast
last night by John Burns B1uM a paroled paroledreformatory paroledreformatory paroledreformatory
reformatory prisoner and robbed of a arailroad araIlroM arailroad
railroad ticket to WashingtonCrow Washfoto Washington WuIaIDpoeCrow < i iCrow
Crow was en route IsutIl to New York to do donewspaper dolM donewspaper
newspaper lM per work lip gave up evangelis evangelistic ¬
tic work last 1 December ber and financial financialtroubles aaaetaltnMIbIe8 financialtrop
trop troubles b1es got has sorted ed drinking after afterhe afterhe utterhe
he bad been on the water ater ter wagon over a ayear anar ayear
year He said tkfct t t VL was his first ex oxperlencn experience experIeaee ¬
perience at beta bping hen h up and that it itmade Itmade Itmade
made aim uertousTAFT nerroua nerrouaTAFT aea ouaTAFT
Function far rrewlilJpt Presl1 t Cocg OverUnt11 Over OcrUntil OverUntil
Until Next ct Kall 1l 1lT 11s
4 Tltri Tn T joint committee at the Board of ofTrade ofTracie ofTrade
Trade and Chamber of VCommerce coerce in incharge incbarp Incharge
charge of the arrangements arrangements for the an annual anD anmal ¬
mal D citizens dinner to Presldfttt Taft Tafthi TaftIn Taftin
In deference def reACe to a suggestion suggestion tees the theWhite theWhIte theWhite
White House today decided to ittrtaoue jemponnethe ittrtaouethe e etJae
the function until the falL falLIn tan tan1ft fallIn
In view of the fact that there te w o un uspsus1 unjwuai UpftS1Ire
jwuai Measure upon the President PrT Preeideata time timenow timeM timenow
now M owing to t his engagements W efi1o efi1ocitY etaitodt the thecity
city a a postponement wMr d NMa Ad AdcroDIAnc aavisebl d dAeroplane
Aeroplane Tnfces Tn cs DropBeaten Drop DropBoatnn Ur P PprII
Beaten AprB St LJPhs The Herr1J awas HerrmgBurgees HerrmgBurgeesaeroplane Bmgeea Bmgeeaaeroplane
aeroplane was > ra badly damaged II tote after afternoon aftert08ft afterisooa ¬
noon t08ft In an K unexpected plunge to s the thoground the0UR4 theground
ground 0UR4 whfl whir m lit toll flight thirty feet feetfrom tMtf10aa feetfTOot
from the = ground raved at Pttim PI Pit nt Island Msjch Msjchrtntefan hldCitGrady
rtntefan 11 Grady GrMI Curtis of C New Y Yet rjc was waepitched WNtched waspitched
pitched tched from his seat but was not tart tartSI lsrrtsin
sin SI 12 2 to Baltimore Dnlthno and Return ReturnSaturdays ReturnSaturdan ReturnSaturdays
Saturdays and Sundays S St ndays via Pfemtsftva Pfemtsftvanla
sin Railroad Tickets good returntoc re otuntet un until 110tU until ¬
til Sunday niarnt All regular irates except ex except except ¬
cept the Congressional Limited LimitedEstablished Llmtte4E LimitedEstablished
Established E tablls1ttd 1S24 1S24And IS24And 1S21And
And better today than ever

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