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7APAPEROF A QUALITY PAPER OF OFQUALITY THE WASH WASHINGTON IN a GT ON HERALD j I t twn LARGEST CIRCULATION CIRCULATIONWASHINGTON MORNING MORNINGCIRCULATION D DQUALITY S SNO
NO wn y2ni 1304 WASHINGTON D C MONDAY MO DAY MAY IBY 2 21910 1910 TWO CENTS
ADMIRLH1CABOR ADMIRLH1CABORCLIMEDBYDETH A MIRAlHICHBORN
Cl CLIMEDBYDETH CLIMEDBYDETHi IME BY r rEminent
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I Eminent Specialists Fail to toSave toSave
Save His Life LifeILL LifeILL
ILL FOR FORHis TWO MONTHS MONTHSHis MON1HSHisCondition
His HisCondition Condition During Last Days DaysWeakened DnB DnBVculicncd
Weakened W eiiheuedlieniorrha eiiheued by Hemorrhages HemorrhagesFormer HeniorrhngcsFormer ges
Former Chief Constructor of Navy NavySink NnvySluks a aSlukJl
Sink lu Comntoac State from fromWhich fro1UVhlch fromWhielt
Which lie Never ever Recovers UccocraJlcul UccocraJlculbertl ltecoveraMembers Mem Member ¬
ber bertl of Immediate Family amlly at Bed BedIdc Dedaide fledaide
aide Idc When l1cn End Come CoatesFuneral CoatesFuneralScrvlgas Funeral FuneralServices liuncralSerl
Services Serl clI Tlil TJ11 afternoonRcwr Afternoon AfternoonRc AfternoonRoft
Rc Roft r Admiral Philip Hichborn HichbornU
U S N retired former chief con constructor constructor constructer ¬
structor of the navy nav 1 died at 10 10oclock 10oclode 10oclock
oclock last night Ili ht at his home 1707 1707N 1707N 1707N
N street northwest northwestDeath north west westDcith
Death was due to arterial scle sclerosis sclerosis ¬
rosis and cerebral hemorrhages hemorrhagesRear hemorrhagC5Rear
Rear Admiral Hichborn had been beenill beenill beenill
ill for two months but his condi condition cOn i ¬
tion was not regarded as serious seriousunti seriousunt seriousunt
unti unt 1 four our days agoitLL ago agoALL agoLL
itLL ALL LL UIFPOKTS FUUITLUSS FUUITLUSSA FIt UlTLwI s sA
A sodden 1nMIcI change for the worse in hl hlconditba his hiscondition hl8oonditiOR a
condition last Wednesday summoned emi eminent eminent eminent ¬
nent specialists to his bedside and every everyeffort eeryrrort everyetfort
effort rrort wa wu put forth to save n his life ItfeiCerebral lIeerC lifeCerebral
Cerebral C hemorrhages heJnorr in the past fe fedays few fewdays IW IWday w wsad
days day greatly weakened hi his condition condttlOyesterday and andyesterday andyestr
yesterday a he sank nk into a comatose state statefrom atatefrom statewhich
from which he never recoveredAt recovered recoveredAt
At his bedside when hen the end came were werethe wen wenthe er erthe
the members of his hi Immediately family familyHe fsmtiylie 8mn 8mnlIe
lIe to survived 1ARYt by a wife ite a aeonPhlU aeonPhlUS son 110ftPhilip Philip PhilipS D
S Hichborusand Hichborn HleIa and a daughter cIa daughterMrs Mrs lra Paul PaulH PaulH PauH 1
H PItr rfjurwUI ail 11 of Washington WashingtonRear l WashingtonRear ublDctoftRear
Rear Admiral Hichborn was seventy seventyone Yetlb Yetlbone
one years of age ageHln qeIII
Hln III Funcrnl Today TnrtnyThe TnIln TnIlnThe
i
The funeral will be held this afternoon tternoonat n j jat
at S oclock Rev Roland Cotton Smith Smithwill Smithwill Smithwill t
will conduct eon uct the services 1cea at the residence residenceafter residenceafter e eafter
after which the body will UI be taken to toBoston toBostoaa t tBoston 0
Boston Boston tor interment in Mount Iount Auburn AuburnThere AUbumC
C lhere There will be no pallbearer pallbearerGABBER psUbeareesCARBER f fCAR
GABBER CAR ER OF THE OFFIGER OFFIGERWHO OFFIGERWHO OFFIOERWHO
WHO REBUILT THE NAVY NAVYAmericas NAVYAmerica NAVYAmericas
Americas great eat fleet of battleship battleshipwhich batUehlpewhich battleshipsr
r which early 1 last year returned from tromcrutH fromcruiao a acruise
cruise around the world IeI Is in no small smallmeasure maJlmeU1lle smatmeasure g
measure a result of the genius enlUI us of Rear RearAdmiral RearAdmiral It ItAdmiral
Admiral Philip Hichborn the nations nationsmaster nation DAtionmuter nationmaster s
master shipbuilder By an energy an anability and andability andahUllT d
ability inherited by direct descent d cent fro froPaul from fromPaul frompa m
ms
Paul pa ul Revere oiw of his ancestors on hi hifathers his hisfathers histather s
fathers side Admiral HJchborn whoawork whose whosework whOllework
work was 111 unknown and unpraised save saveby saveby sav savby e
by his fellow officers designed and di directed dlrted dirested ¬
rested the construction of the nations nationspresentday naUonspreeeatdar nation nationpresenttiny s stom
presentday right arm of defense defonsoBorn defenseBorn deColUl6Born
Born at Charlestown Mass ra March rarch 4 4s39
139 s39 Philip Hichborn was w graduated from fromthe fromthe f fthe tom
the Boston High School at the age 8 of ofsixteen orlixteea o osixteen t
sixteen He wa was indentured shortly shortlyafter shOttlTafter shorti shortiafter r
after to the United States government governmentas governmenas oernmentaa t
as a shipwright < ht apprentice at ati the theCharlestown thelharlelltDwn
i Charlestown Navy Yard and later in roe recognition r8CognlUoa roeogniUon ¬
ognition of his h merit was given a course courseif cour courtheoretIca1 courif
if theoretical training < In August 1SH 1SHhe 1S11the 191the
he obtained a position as carpenter of ofthe ofthe o othe t
the clipper ship Dashing DAMln Wave bound boundfor boundfor boun I Ifor
for San FranciscoIteenters Francisco FranciscoIlueiitem Prancl8coHoenter
Ilueiitem the Service ServiceUpon SerleeOft ServiceVpon
Upon Oft reaching the Pacific P eiAc Coast Mr MrHichhonj 11rHichbero MrIichbern
Hichhonj worked for the Pacific Malcompany Mail Mailcompany 1a1I 1a1IfomlDy I
In
company and the California Navigation NavigationCompany NaYl Navlgatiotomptny atlon atlonCompany n
Company for a short time leaving the thelatter theIntter th thlatter e
latter to once more enter into tho employ employf om emplotf ploy ploythe y
tf f the government at the navy nay yard a aMare at atMare atMare t
Mare Ishutd 1 Beginning nhh as a journeyman journey journeyman joorneyman ¬
man shipwright wrtsbt h ht was rapidly ad advanced advan advanced ¬
vanced van < until June 18 1 when ho was IUI ap appointed appointed appointed ¬
pointed as an assistant t naval conatructoin constructor constructorin r
a in the United Unlt l States Stat Navy NavyWithin lav
4o J
Within a year r after his appointment appointmentwhich AppointmentWhich appointmentwhich
which gave to htm t the relative rank of oflieutenant orlieutenant o olieutenant f
lieutenant Mr Hichborn H1eh n was 1l5 transferred transferredto tran traneferr traneferrto ferrOO ferrOOto ill
to the Portamouth N H Navy Yard YardAs YardA Yar YarAs d
As A assistant tant ItA to Naval Constructor S SContinued SContinued
1 1Continued
Continued on Pn Page c H I ColumnAUTO Column ColumnAUTO 2 2AUTO
AUTO PARTY IS UPSET TJPSETXcphcw UPSETXel UPSETNephew
Nephew Xel > be of Mm Ir Slocum Who VIIO Wn WnKilled Wnhtllcd Vnll Vnlll a
Killed l lllcel Here In Accident AccidentOsslning AcchlentOulnlng AccidentOssining
Osslning N Y May a lA 1 touring ca caowned car carownod carownoc r
owned and driven by Burton Robinson RoblnlJonupeoet Robineoupset n I Iupset
upset on the Post road near Vroton Vrotonvallle Vrotonute Vrotovafle n
vallle ute two miles mil from hero here nt a late latehour Jatehour lat lathour e
hour last night and
two of the occu occupants occuI occ occpants u ¬
I pants van who gave 8 < 8 their names as Mr MrBesslo Mrs MrsBeasle Irs IrsBeMle a
Beasle Jackson and Mrs Julia Jul ConkHn ConkHnof Conkflof n
of PeeksklU Peek lU were 0 badly btull injured a aaro and andaro andro
aro ro at the OsslnJng Hospital
Tho
men menwere monwere me meWero n
were unhurt unhurtMr unhurtr unhurtMr
Mr r Robinson who is the son of Air Airand Jlrand M Mand r
and Mrs Frank B Robinson RobIn on of this thisvillage thisvillage tbi tbivillage s
village is a nephew of Mrs Mr Herbert HerbertSlocum HerbertSlocum HerberSlocum t
Slocum who was wi w1s killed in an automobile automobileaccident Automobileoecldont automobllaccident e
accident in Washington a few weeks weeksago yes yesr eeks eeksago ks
ago r
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ARKANSAS DIAMONDS DIAMONDSMAKE DIAMONDSMAKE DIAMONDSMAKE
MAKE HIT IN NEW YORK YORKXotv YORKNew YORKNew
New York May In 1 IRenl Ucnl Amer American AIU American r rlenn ¬
ican diamonds dlnmon the lint l8t to beshown be benhom lIehown
shown hown in Maiden lane have made xnndctheir mndetheir madetheir
their appearance Chnrlex s 5Suitt sStlllt sSHfIt
Stlllt a Jeweler of Little Rock Rockliroti Rock1Jrou Rockbrought
brought liroti ht the Npeclnicnn here One Oneof Oneof Oneof
of the Arknnnnn atone done ulinpcd ulinpcdlike IIhopelllike alinpedlike
like n canoe unit weighing twon two twonnd twonttll
nnd nttll n td onchnlf knrntg ivnn espe especially Cllleclnll copedaily ¬
daily clnll admired and ait Importer Importeroffered importerofured mportcro
offered o < rell bl 125 1 = a karat for It an anunununlly nou anunusually
u unusually 1umnll high price for a dia diamond dnmootI diamond ¬
mond In the rough Mr Stlfft Stlfftsold SHm80lel Stliity
y sold that clear white lalte blue white whiteand whitennll tvhltcand
and canary enUlu yellow ciloT atones ntoncli have hnvenil haveall
nil been found In the new dia diamond tUnmond diamond ¬
mond Held elil
WEATHER FORECAST FORECASTFor
For the District of Columbia ColumbiaPartly ColumbiaPartly ColumbiaPartly
Partly cloudy today toda Tomorrow Tomorrowshowers T TomorrowShowers morrow morrowshowers
showers light easterlYwinds easterlYwindsHERALD easterly winds windsHERALD windsHERALD
HERALD NEWS5UMMARY NEWS5UMMARYPa NEWS SUMMARY SUMMARYPaJCK SUMMARYra
Pa PaJCK PaJCKlAdmtraJ ecu gemAdmiral
1 lAdmtraJ Admiral Hlchborn DeadLeague Dead DeadLeague DeadL
League L e Will Oppose O Hughes HughoeMay HughOlMay HughesMay
May Day Passes Quietly QuietlyDeweys QUletlyDeweys QuietlyDeweys
Deweys Comrade In n Tilt TiltFl Tilt Tilt2Fight
2 2Fight Fight Fl t on Cannon In n Doubt DoubtEthel Dou t tEUlel c cEthel >
Ethel Croker Weds WedsKnockers WedaKnockers VedsKnockers
Knockers May Have Home HomeTaft HameTaft HorneTaft
Taft Has Lively Day DayJ DA DAIJ DaysJ
IJ J Q A Ward Sculptor Deed DeedWill DdWill Deadvlll
Will vlll Probe Exchange E ehang8 Leak LeakOno Le LeakOne k kOne
One Killed in Car Car Riot RiotNord RiotNord RiotNord
Nord Aloxls AIWCI Is Dead Dead4Edltorial DMd DMd4EdltorIAt DeadEditorial
4Edltorial 4EdltorIAt5Ne1 4 Editorial Editorial5News
5 5Ne1 News gf Society Secletycat SocietyCity s sCity
City cat Goes Go aMaylng ailaylngGNews
6 GNews News of Sports Sport7Femlnlne
7 7Femlnlne Feminine Notes and Fashions FashionsCommercial 1aehfonstaCommercial aUlonstCommercJal
Commercial and Financial Financial10Eloction Flnanclat10EIocUon FinancialIOElaotion
10Eloction in Mount Rainier RainierCAPITALIST RainierCAPITALIST RainierA RainierCapital
CAPITALIST A IS MISSING MISSINGCapital MISSINGCapital
Capital Police Asked to Find Louis LouisHeil LouisHeil LouisHeil
Heil of Cincinnati CincinnatiFearing CincinnatiFearing CincinnatiFearing
Fearing that foul play may be the re rewit rIt resmlt
wit It of tho disappearance of Louis Hell Hella
a wealthy eaJtb member mem r of the firm rm of Strobal StrobalA
A d Co of Cincinnati the police ofthat of ofthat ofthat
that city have notified the Washington Washingtondepartment WashlQgtondePArtment Washingtondepartment
department to March for the missing missingcapitalist mIMing mIMingcapltal missingapitalist
capitalist capitalistMr capltal c apitalistMr > t tIr
Mr Ir Hall left his home a week ago agoHis asoH adoHis
His H son Louis Lou H Hell notified the pe pellce poce
llce li ce
llceFor ceFor
For more than three years yearsllu Hell Hellbeen llas llaseen
been b een n in III health heal lb and lately tel had become becomeaffected bamatrectod
affected a melancholia melancholiaA
A liberal reward has eon offered for forany foran forany
any an clew to his whereabouts It is isthought IIthou 1 1hought
thought thou t bt that he came East it was re reported rlported reorted ¬
ported p orted that h he was as last seen on an east eastgoing eastgoing t tlolng
going Baltimore and Ohio train trainSAFE trIllnSAFE
SAFE TO KISS NOW KOIGERMOLOGIST NOWGERMOLOGIST OYv OYvGERMOLOGIST
GERMOLOGIST SAYS SAYSWorld SAYSorld
World orld Would y ould Have to Stop Stopbut Stopbut 1 1iMit
but for Microbes MicrobesCambridge IiclobesCUlbrl
i
Cambridge CUlbrl Cai btidge 88 Mass II May ay L LDr Dr A A M MWorthington xWCJrtblqton MWorthington
Worthington of the Harvard Medical MedicalSchool lecllealSchool Medicalchool
School S chool hi n a lecture last evening on Thehealth The Thehealthy shehealthy
healthy health man and his h bacterta bacteria opposedthe opposed opposedthe oppoMClthe
the views 1 of other savants ant and doctors doctorswho doctOlSwbo
who declare osculation a method of gen generating lenerattag generating ¬
erating germs and developing eloping subsequent subsequentfitness IUb subsequentillness equent equentIIln
fitness IIln He defended bacteria and said saidthat aidthat
that the world devoid dewkloC of microbes tML tMLgerms a alerJIUI agerms
germs would become llfeleasa UC UCf lifeless lifeless3be
f Mfte a 3be ides mid f > Dr > r rrfI rrfIM rrthtarUti Is IsttiuWMti isThera
ttiuWMti M Then to every reason to believe be believe believe ¬
lieve that when two selfrespecting selfrespectingwholesome HlfrIlpecUngwhotHOme feltrespectingwholesome
wholesome persons meet lip to lip they theymay theymay theymay
may break away a way without upsetting the thebacterial thebactertal thebacterial
bacterial balance balanceH b 1anceI 1anceHe I
H He then explained the existence of ofbacteria oCbacteria
bacteria in the human Intestine which to bsupposed tosupposed Is8UppoMd
supposed to be the cause of old age apu anal amiasserted
asserted u rted that buttermilk which to often oftenmentioned OttOllmentioned
mentioned Ae a cure for old age contain containuch contakuiuch containssuch
such uch bacterium which Inhibits the growth grewthof
of the oldage bacillus in the intestine intestineSOMBRERO InteeUneSOMBRERO
SOMBRERO AWES AIESOLD AWESOLD
OLD J JRoosevelt AMSTERDAM AMSTERDAMRoosevelt AMSTERDAMI
I Roosevelt Cheered and an Presented Plesented Pre Proseated ¬
sented with Token TokenAmsterdam TokenAmsterdam okeu okeuI okeuAmtlterd
I
Amtlterd Amsterdam m May 1 lToday Today for the thefirst theftlttt thefirst
first time since his arrival in Paris ParisRoosevelts ParlatoROOIOVCUI PatioRoosevelts
Roosevelts cavalry coat and sombrero sombreromade ombreromade sombreromade
made their appearance for the automobile automobiletrip lIutomobiletrip
trip from The Hagar to Amsterdam but buttheir buttheir
their fame had not reached Holland for fortheir fortMlr
their wearer w was + 9 not recognized in n the thovillages thevUIa
villages vUIa en route routeIn rout routIn routeIn
In Haarlem however where whore the party partybroke partybroke partybroke
broke their journey to visit t the flower SowerIho flowershow flowershow
show Iho and to sec Franz Hate pictures in inthe Inthe
the old town hall full compensation compe 8 Uon wasfhade was wasthade WUbade
bade The usual crowd had cheered the thofamily thefamily
family on departing departingfrom from The Th Hague Hagueand 1IluOanel
stet and Haarlem took up the ovation giving glviogRoosevelt ghlogROOIevelt
Roosevelt a rapturous reception Tho Thowelcoming ThoI
I welcoming speech at the flower show sho In Informed Infornled informed ¬
formed him that he was W exactly the one onehundred onohundred on onhundred e
hundred thousandth visitor to paM the theturnstile theturnstile theturnstile
turnstile turnstileRoosevelt turnstileRoosevelt
I Roosevelt complimented the Dutch on ontheir oni ontheir
i their ability to combine hard work with withbeauty withbeutr withbeauty h
beauty and enjoyment He was then thenpresented thenprcsentocl
presented with 1th a silver sl1v lr < model of the thePilgrim thePilgrim thePilgrim
Pilgrim ship tip Mayflower MayflowerThe MayRowerTho
The party visited the town hall after afterlunch
I lunch The square In front ront of tho build building bulldInS ¬
InS tag was fllled with people PI who threw threwflowers thNwflowers
flowers as Roosevelt ascended a the stop stopThese elope tope topeTheso
These wore wore afterward carefully rescued rescuedas ro cuedas
as souvenirs by devotees devoteesTho deoteCtlTho
Tho party arrived at Amsterdam a aabout at atabout atabout t
about 5 oclock One or the largest largestcrowds lArgestcrow t
crowds crow s that have greeted Roosevelt ROOI6 elt on his hisEuropean hisEuropean hisEuropean g tg
European trip awaited him In the square squareoutside squareoutkIo
outside tho imposing Ryks Museum Here Herethe Hereth Her e
the th burgomaster and tho director of the themuseum themueeum
museum showed the party the pick of ofRembrandts ofRembran4ts o f
Rembrandts Rembran4ts works For full fifteen min minutes minutes ¬
utes Roosevelt sat in silent contemplation contemplationbefore eontempl contemptIobefore tlon tlonbefore n
before the great masters Night NI bt Watch Watchhis Wl1tchhis 1atchhis
his largest and most celebrated work workand wOrkand Workand
and then for the same period befogRembrandts before beforeRembrandts beforeRembrandts o
Rembrandts Tho Masters of the theGuilds theGuilds th thGuilder e
Guilds This half hour tour was the most mostpeaceful mostpeaceful mos mospeaceful t
peaceful Roosevelt ROfitvelt Ro velt has yet spent on his histrip histrip h htrip b
trip The other occupants of the gallery gallerysat gallerysat gaper gaperoat Y
sat or stood behind him silent or talking talkin talkinin g
In whispers whispersRoosevelt wh18persROOieVelt whispersRoosevelt
Roosevelt found seclusfon and dinner at ata athotel a aa t
a hotel and the party left at 9 oclock oclocktonight oclocktonllht oclocktonight
tonight for Copenhagen CopenhagenWEIGHS CopenhagenWEIGHS CopenhagenWEIGHS
WEIGHS 568 AT DEATH DEATHXow DEATHSew DEATHNew
Sew York State Glnnt l Was n8 Xcnrly XcnrlySeven NcarlySeen Near1 k kSeven
Seven Feet Around AronnilLocust AroundLocust AroundLocust
Locust Valley Valte N N Y May Ma 1 1Vl1llam 1Vl1llamH 1NilllaH William WilliamH m
H Burret one on of the biggest and heavi heaviest hea1est heaviost ¬
est men in the world died today t today da H Hweighed He Heweighed Heweighed e
weighed CBS 5S pounds He was of ordinary or ordlna ordlnaheight lnnt tl
height but measured G feet and S fniBJies fniBJiesaround l 1esaround Iititaround as
around the waist nllk lIb neck was 21 Inches Inchesin fiche ficheIn s
in circumference He kept a hotel and anddespite andd anddespite
despite d plto his great weight was an active activefireman acUvefireman actIv4retttan e
fireman
ALL ABDARD ABP I ARD ARDU >
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DATA OF THE WALK WALKWcstou WALKWeston V ALK ALKestou
Weston estou IK I seventy IIccnCho se enlytwo two yearn yearnold yearsold CRrR CRrRold
old oldLeft
Left Son Pranoftxre February 1 1Intrf tInNt 1lnut
Intrf IntrfAllotted
Allotted himself 1OO 00 tiny dOYII towalk to toiviilk toulllk
iviilk to < o New ew York City CityXevcr CIf CIfecr CityNever
Never ecr walks alkK on SundayIN Sunday SundR SundRIM
IN IM eleven dnytt dn ahead of his Iilnftcltedulc 11111ehcdule hisschedule
schedule scheduleWould ftcltedulcWould ehcduleould
Would ould have beaten even thin thinrecord thl thlrccord thisrecord
record but for a iirnlncd ankle ankle1VII1 ankleWill
Will 111 arrive nt Xow ew York City Cityllnll Cft CftHnIl cityhail
hail nt noon toilny toilnyOnce todoyOnce todnyOnce
Once nt MX loRI will sill 111 hnve hnvecovered hllecocrccl hnvecovered
covered 11483 mile on Ills I over overland Oerlonll overload ¬
t
land tramplnu trump trumpHON trmuDUnH
HON lnu lONt lost twenty teut pound since sinceleaving Rlncelnoll1c sliceleaving
leaving Inolflc C Coast t 110W weIghing weIgh wclshinp eJ b buJ
inp uJ 133 133HEW 13NEW 133IE >
IE HEW YORK EAGER EAGERTO
1
TO GREET WESTON WESTOHCross WESTONClOSS ESTO ESTOC
Cross C > oss Continent Cot itinent Walk Will WillEnd ViIIEnd
1 End This Afternoon AfternoonYenkers AfternoonYORkn AfternoonYonkers
Yonkers N N1WIay Y May 11a IBecae L Because Mentonfarted Weeton YCMtontarted j jstarted
started Ms walk from yogi Santa Monica the theseaport theHaport theseaport
seaport of Los Lodhingeies ngeies at tilt p m m he beanxious is isanxious laanxious
anxious to reach CIty Hall New York Yorksurely York8urol Yorksurely
surely 8urol before that hour He will leave leavethe leantho heavethe
the Getty House at Yonkers Y at 7 L a m mtomorrow mtomorrow mitomorrow
tomorrow with ith two mounted policemen policemenas
as escort e cortKln escortKings j jKings
Kings Kln 5 Bridge will 111 be reached by SJ SJoclock SJI SJIoclock 891oclock
oclock and when he gets within the city citylimits cityIts citylimits
limits Its his h course will m be down Broadway BroadwayHe BroadwayHe way wayHe
He will m top > at Seventysecond street streetabout streetbout streetbout
about bout 1M I oclock for a light meal atthe at atthe atthe
the Ansonio while the bands and the therest therest therest
rest of the makeup of the parade are arebeing arebeing arebeing
being mobilized John McCullagh ex exchief exchief oxchief
chief of police will be among amon the many manywho manywho manywho
who will 111 accompany him down cIoyn do n town townKPan townR town4Dan
KPan + 4Dan R Hint of the Trafllc Squad C and andtils anclhl8 andhis
his brother Ben of the Charles street streetstation alretstation streetstation
station l free It ae two t old friends friends r of the thexeteran theveteran theveteran
veteran will walk on either side M of him himthrough himthrough I
through the city and Mrs r Anna Hoganthe Hagan Haganthe Haganthe
the old mans daughter dau bter will follow him himfrom I Irom
from rom Seventysecond street in an automobile auto automobile aulomobile ¬
mobile Mayor Gaynor will receive him himon himon himon
on the th steps of City Hall Then both he heand heand heand
and Weston W 11 t eton ton will m speak the latter explaining ex explaining explaining ¬
plaining the motive of his bl long < amble ambleThe ambleThe ambleThe
The mayor will present a purse whichhas which whichhas whichhas
has been collected cotloct by b several prominent prominentmen prominentmen prominentmen
men of the city c1t as a testimony of their theiradmiration theiradmiration
admiration for f r his hi achievement whichthey which whichthey whichth
they th 30 believe lIevG to have exemplified the thebenefit thobenc thebenefit
benefit benc t which accrues from the practice practiceof
of the gentle art of taking a walk walkMr walk1Ir
Mr Weston himself naively nalvel remarks remarksthat remarksthat remarksthat
that he Is a great believer in walking as asan 8an asan
an exorcise There will be a reception inthe In Inthe n nthe
the mayors m ors reception rt < epUon room after the thespeeches the thespeeches th thspeeches
speeches outside and then Mr Weston Westonwill Wostonwill Y06tonwill
will go to his hotel hotelP hoteJP hotelEXPENSES
P 0 EXPENSES CUT CUTStar CUTStar
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Star Route and Rural ural Service to B Be BeConsolidated BeConsolidated
Consolidated ConsolidatedBeginning ConsolidatedBeginning ConsolidatedBeginning
Beginning July 1 the Postoffice Dopart Department Dopartmont ¬
mont will consolidate the star routo and andrural andrural an anrural d
rural free delivery services For several severalyoars levoral0tU
years 0tU the two services have pave provided providedpractically proldedI d
I practically the same kind of mall facili facilities faclilties aemties ¬
ties but the management management of each has hasbeon hubeen ha habeen B
been distinct distinctThe lIeU < net netThe
The star route service has been con conducted conducted ¬
ducted by the division of contracts under underthe underth r
the th Second Assistant Postmaster General Generaland Gonenland
and the rural service by a division in th the thebureau thebureau e
bureau of the Fourth Assistant Poet Postmaster Poetmastor ¬
master General The new no division dh1 dlvbitin 1 n wit witbe will willbe 111 111bo I
be known as tltp the tit division of rural malls mallsand ml ls lsand
and will have supervision over annual annualappropriations annualappr annum annumapprdpriatlons 1
appropriations appr prlaUons aggregating close to F64 F649loob
1800010I 00000An 00000 9loobAn
I An Investigation In the department re recently reeently ¬
i cently ntb completed Into the coat of operat operating o operatlag rat ratling ¬
ling lag Its several services showed the rural ruraldelivery ruraldeltvcry rum rumdelivery 1
delivery system was wn costing 528000000 528000000more 8000OOOmore 5gopO 5gopOmore
more than the revenue derived from it itThe ItThe 1tThe
The department departm nt believes the consolidation consolidationof n
of the star route and rural services will willcut willcut 1
cut down the expenses ls < of operating by byseveral byseveral b Y
several millions of dollars without las loss lossof Jossor s
of efficiency emclen emclenYou efficiencyYou
You may roo win wn the sc 5 < E50 o plnyerplnno plnyerplnnomlth
Hand In or mall the readjusted jumbled jumble d
photograph bEfore 6 p m today F G
Smith myth Piano Co CoJ 1225 22 Paave Pa Pa aye
AMITRUST Al TITRUST LEAGUE LEAGUETO LEAGIIETO LEAGUETO
TO OPPOSE HUGHES HUGHESWill
Will Try f to Block His Way Wayto lli llito
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to Supreme Bench BenchPROTESTERS BenchPROTESTERS BenoliPROTESTERS
PROTESTERS EXPLAIN STAND11th STAND STANDltl1
With ltl1 the Bxoeptlon of Wllllnni Hllum J JIlrynn JrrRn
Bryan rrRn League In l IJrt lr t to liaise IlnlneProtcNt URNeProteHt liaiseProtest
Protest Atrniiiit ConOrnintion Con rmntion of ofNew oCC ofNe
New Ne C York Chief 1 Bxocutlve for the theUnited thfUnlttHI
United Status Supreme SUI > reme Bench BenchThe ReachThe
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1 The Al flMlMtmn > Gao II AatTTrVst AtsifTr t ft league e6u 8M dinthat an anout ant
out t has ttt knits out stall stalloors at all allhours allIb
Ib b hours oors of the day and x ntprht rbt for f all forms formsof fonDS0C feriasof
of monopoly will protest to the Senate SenateJudiciary
Judiciary Committee thi thin morning against againstthe againstthe
the confirmation of GoY lov Hughes to bean be hean beJ1
an associate Justice of the Supreme Court CourtThe CourtThe CourtThe
The league 1 made m8de public late last night nightthe aiPtthe nightthe
the petition which hJah it will present to the theSenate tINSonate tlwSenate
Senate committee In it they charge thatGorr that thatGov tMtGov
Gov Hughes Is predisposed proM toward corporate cor corporate eorporate ¬
porate porate interest l and u assert cert that his con conflrmatkm COIIfttIoII comflrmatioa
flrmatkm would be detertmental to thewelfare the thewelfare tilewelfare
welfare of the people of the United VattedStates UnitedStates UDkeAStat
States StatesWith Stat StatesWith
StatWkh
With the exception of Whiten J JenningsBryan Jennings JenningsBryan
Bryan the American AntiTrust Leagues Leaguesvoice L Leaguevoice
voice to the first one that has been raised rainedagainst raisedagainst
against Gov Hughes 11 confirmationThe confirmation confirmationThe conftrmatlonThe
The president of the league ea ue to M t L LLockwood L LLockood I ILockwood
Lockwood bead of an independent oft oftcompany 01eoIDpanJ oilcompany
company in Oklahoma This oil company companyto
to in direct competition with 1th the Stand Staactani Standsnot
ani snot Another notMr on the leagues executive executivecommittee ueeuttftcommittee executivecommittee
committee to F X X Monnett former Re Republican Reo Reopu Repu9Ncan ¬
publican pu 1teaD attorney general nera for Ohio who whorecently whorectmta whorecent
recent recently rectmta has been representing repreeenU Samuel SamuelGomperl SamuelGom SamuelGom
Gomperl Gom la the t effort of the American AmericanFederation AmericanFtI1watSoD AmericanFederation
Federation of Labor to t tb get the Depart Departmdtn Departmett Departmitt
mitt of Justice to act against the United UnitedStates LottedStates tottedStates
States Steel CorporationFlghte Corporation CorporationFlKhtM CorporalonF1aht
FlKhtM JIIJh HI Kb Food Food Price PriceThe PrlccThe PricesThe
The American AntiTrust League has hashad bashad hashad
had coasiderabl eonll eb to say M recently against aptaatthe againsthigh againstthe i
the high cost of living Uvtn and several oral roars yoarsago 70 70aso roarsago
ago when Philander C Knox was ap appointed appointed appointed ¬
pointed Attorney General it made madeight a aftght aft
ftght ft f t against his h conformation eon rmatJon on the theground tberoun t tground he
ground roun that he bad represented repre nted the steelcorporation steel steelcorporation ateeICorporation
corporation corporationThe CorporationThe
The petition says r in pnrt pnrtThe pnrtTh partThe
The Th undersigntNl undenll l respectfully re pectfully petit petitthe petition petitionthe petitionthe
the members memb of tVe t Judiciary Committee Committeeand Comndtteeand Committeeand
and the Senate of the United States Stat to toproceed toproceed t tproceed o
proceed with 1th a settled ttled deliberation and andcaution andcaution an ancaution d
caution In the matter of confirming t tappointment the theappointment theappointMent le
appointment of Charles CbarJ E Hughes Hu bev of ofXe ofow o oNow f
Xe Now ow York a Be a justice JU8U of the Supreme SupremeCourt SupremeCourt SupremeCourt
Court of the United States Our reason reasonfor reaaonCor reasonfor
for so doing Is that we desire to protest protestmost protestmost t tmolt
most emphatically emphaUca1I against IMt the conftrmation confirma confirmation connrmatfon ¬
tion of said Charles E Hughes HuSh on the theground thegrounel th thground e
ground that in n several respects re pecUl his ap appointment ap appointment a p ppotntment ¬
pointment to the Supreme Court Is highly highlyimproper hllhtyImproper highlyimproper
improper and unsafe for the beat inter interests Interoats intercots ¬
oats and welfare of the people of the theUnited thoUnited th thUnited e
United State StateThe State StateThe StatesThe
The petitioners add that no one famillar fa familiar famlll8r ¬
millar with Mr Hughes public record recordcan reeordcan roeo roeocan y
can believe that his mental leanings are areother arcother ar arother e
other than friendly frlendl to the purposes and andplans andplans an anplans d
dt
plans of tho men at the head of the great greattrust JrNttru grea greatrust t
trust tru t conspiracies which are now men menacing menacing tnenacing ¬
acing the country countryWe countryWe countryWe
We protest say sa the petitioners for fortho torthoroa fo r
the thoroa reason on that it to a matter of public publicrecord publlerecord publicrecord
record that many man of the men of th thgreatest the thegreatest
greatest power at the heads he heeds 1 of these thesetrusts thliSetrusts thus e
trusts and who control the unlawful unlawfulmonopolies unlawfutmonopolies undawfumonopolies 1
1s
monopolies in the necessaries of life a awell as aswell 118well s
well as those persons who control the thetranportation tb tbtranportl1Uon thtranportation e
tranportation trusts and tho money mone trueRego trust trustwere t I
were his active supporters and large largecontributors Jargecontrlbutorl larg e
contributors to the campaign funds used usedto usodto us usto od
to elect Mr Hughes as governor of New NewYork NewYork 10 W
York YorkThe YorkThe forkThe
The petitioners add that the argument argumentthat argumentthat argumen t
that Mr Hughes would o td decide only Who WhoIw what whatho t I
ho thought was right was not sufficient sufficientto t
to warrant his confirmation confirmationOne confirmationOne confirmationOne
One of the most dangerous of all men mento mento me meto n
to entrust with groat power say the thepetitioners thepeUtlontrs th thpetitioners
petitioners Is the strongheaded able ableand abl shitand e I Iand
and determined man who thinks he is isright I Iright
right when ho is s wrong wrongThe wrongThe I
The AntiTrust League Loa Ue complains also alsoof alsoot ale aleof o
of Mr Hughes preconceived reactionary reactionaryviews roactionaryviews reacttonar Y
views as expressed on the incomo t tax taxand ta taand ac
and the tw twocent o cent fare laws lawsThe lawsThe
The petition Is signed by H J SchultoJs SchultoJsof SchultolSof s
of Washington Vice Ice chairman of the theexecutive thQexecutive th thOXOputive o
executive committee and by H B M Mtin Mar Martin Martin ar ¬
tin national secretary secretaryFloral secretatJFloral
A
Floral Mnuterplccesby Masterpieces IaRterpecellBlnckistone
by Blackistone floral arbiter 14th 8 H
SHOULD EAT MUSKR 11USKRAT 11USKRATSecretary AT ATSecretary A
Secretary Wilson Solves High Cost Costof Costof Costof
of Living Problem ProblemIf
If the price of beef or lamb hi too toctat high highe big bigaft
at e t muSkrat taking Secretary s eruY7 of Agri Agriculture A Agriulture ri rinlture ¬
culture c Wilsons word that It Is good goodUncle soocLUJIde goodncle
Uncle U Ur ncle Jim sings at the praise of the mm mmrat IIIINIII IIIINIIIrat muskat
r rat at in a bulletin just issued led by the UNJIIrtIIIt de department depastmsnt ¬
partment He recommends muskratlnlc muskrat Mroekratfapnma rat ratta
fapnma lnlc as proetableThe profitable JIG table tableTIle j
The Secretary says YII the the t flesh of the UteDlU themuskrat j
muskrat IILt was highly 1dfI1 esteemed d by It heborigine the theabortPDe8 i iaborigine
aborigine a of North America American especially especiallyto 8IIIHda 117 1171ft
to n winter winterThe WID WIDThe later laterThe
The department t finds that it ltis Is a favor favorite faYeCIte favorte ¬
ite i te dish at church socftto to Maryland Marylandand XaryIua4and Marylandand
and Delaware and annual aa1 nmokrat rat ratqueta ban banquet banqueb ¬
queta quet are features with with certain gun dubs dubsin eI eIin clubsn nbe
in I n the West WestUncle Vi Vilnele WestUncle
Uncle Jims Jim bulletin bun tln tells how to fry fryroast fryroast frytaut
roast and stew muskrat muskratMAY muakratMAY
MAY DAY IN I PARIS PARISWITHOUT PARISWITHOUT
1 WITHOUT DISASTER DISASTERNo
No Processions or Mass Meet Meetings Meetings Meetin ¬
ings in b s as Year A llgo llgoPaIW Ago b bPt311 < ro roPart
Part PaIW May L LWllh With the exception exe opdoa of ofone oCODe o oone
one incident the workers celebrated celebratedMay cehbntedXa cetebrat cetebratf ed
May f y Day peaceably peaceablyThere peueablyThere peaceablyThere
There were no processions The pro proposed JXOpoMd proposed ¬
posed mass meeting meeUn in the Bola de Boo Boulogne BooIoc Bonlogne ¬
logne Ioc was w abandoned although It was wasthere wastbere wa wathere s
there the only GAl trouble occurredIndted occurred occurredIncited occurreclIDdted
Incited by the fanatical socialist Herve Herveand Herveaad Herveand
and some other agitators 9W or 900 hood hoodlums hoodIWIUI hoodhums ¬
hums began breaking down the railways railwaysaround raUwa raUwaaround ralwaneural r e eTh
around the pigeon shooting hood ground groundpolice Th The Thepolice Thepollee e
police and troops I instantly tly tackled tackledtoughs the theroughs tbelOU
roughs lOU ughs and after a sharp tussle t in inwhich Inwhich i Ii Iiwhich
which half a dose dosen were hurt and andscore a ascore IIleOre
score arrested the affair ended n nshouting m mshouting ft ftaboutla
shouting shoutingTroop aboutla aboutlaTr shoutingTroops
Troop Tr were were posted at several pointin points pointsin PG6RaIn
in the city cl Mid cavalry patrolled some someof OmeoC
of the streets lest the governments prohibitlen pro prohibition prohibition ¬
hibition of demonstrations demoo be defied but butthere M1tthere hem hemthere t
there was nothing for them to to do Fear Fearof Fearor F ear
of trouble in tie tle Bola de Boulogne Boulo and anddull anddull an d
dull cold weather spoiled the race meet meeting meetIng mee meelog t ¬
ing at Lonchampe where the receipts receiptsfrom receiptsfrom receiptfrom
from the turnstiles turnat ft and the part mui muibetting mutuel mutuelbetting mutuelbettln uel
betting bettln were UttCOd 1Oo b1 less than on the cor corresponding corrlepondlnc conreaponding ¬
responding Sunday last ° ear aarSo earSo erSo
So far as reported an demonstrations demonstrationsin s
in the provinces were peaceable with withthe Withtbe wit h
the exception of those at Aries Arles and Mar Marseilles M Iar IarHiUes u ¬
seilles A bomb was as thrown thro at the town townhall tonball tow towbail n
hall at Aries and considerable damage dama damadone wa was wasdone
done Nobody obodr was hurt The notorlouMar notorious notoriousanarchist notoriousanarchist s
anarchist Yvetot was arrested at Ma Maseliles Mar Marseilles Iar Iarsetlles ¬
seilles for inciting the striking naval re reservists r rRrlats rservices e ¬
services to attack a military patrol patrolBANDS ptLtroiBAljDS patrolBANDS
BANDS AND BANNERS MARK MARKDEMONSTRATION MARKDEMONSTRATION MARKDEMONSTRATION
DEMONSTRATION IN LONDON LONDONLondon LONDONLondon LONDO LONDOLondon N
London May Ia ISome 1 Some 20000 socialists socialistsand soclalls soclallsand claUsts claUstsand
and trades unionists took part in the theMay theay th e
thIi
May ay Day Da demonstration marching in inprocession inprGCeNlon Ii f fprecession
procession with bands and banners from fromCentral from rom romCentral
Central London to Hyde Park where wherespeeches hre hrespeeche8 C
speeches were made Everything Eer thln was or orderly ordtrJ ordarly ¬
derly Indeed the affair < alr was more like likepicnic a apicnic a aplcnle
picnic than a political demonstration demonstrationOne ernon tratlon tratlonOne
One feature of tho parade was U the large largenumber 1argonumoor hug hugnumber e
number of children lklren taking part Another Anotherwas Anotherwas Anoth Anothwga er
was the presence of a delegation of Jape Japanese Japenee ¬
nee socialists oe18VStSObflctnncc sociats j
01 Observance ervnnce in Rome RomeRome RomeRome
Rome May a > 1 IThe The May Ia Day Da celebpa eeleblltion cele j
flong tion lone here were uneventful One meeting meetinghero meetln l1ng l1nghere g
hero threatened thr aten8d for a while to end in a arow aro
row ro roir between the republicans and social socialists OC1a115ts socialfifists ¬
ists fifists but troops separated them themHALLEYS thmf thmHALLEYS
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DAILY I lLY BULLETIN BULLETINMay ULLBTI ULLBTIfay
May 1 fay 2 Halleys cometrises comet cometrises cometrises
rises today 2 248 48 4 a m to tomorrow totnorro2 ¬
morrow tnorro2 merge246a 2 46 46a a m Sun Sunrises rises
452 4 52 Comets speed 1753 1753miles 1753miles
miles per minute minuteCbrorigbt mi ute uteCopJrigbt e
Cbrorigbt bpyrtgftll9O 19W 1910 by Frt CampboH BeD ScDPublicity BeDPnbllcfty
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Publicity puzzle contest closes to t o ¬
day Hand In or mall your our solution be b ¬
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INTENDS INTENDSTO TO FIND OUT OUTDepartment OUTDepartme
Department t of Justice Seeks Facts Factsin Factsin Factsin
in Fast Marrin WireDetermined Wire WireDetermined WireDatermlned
Determined to get at tho bottom at thet the thefftOt thef
f fftOt in the fast Martin wire aanrfaflwhich aanrfafl aervitswhich trIIwtllelt
which has been supplying current New NewYOck NewYOrk NewYork
YOrk Stock Exchange quotation to the theMggaet the1II1IoK thebiggest
biggest buefcetshops 1 of the East and tothe to toU toQta
the U > Consolidated Exchange the Department Depart Department DeIMLttAt ¬
ment At of o Justice J intends to And out Justbow Just Joethow jlMtlow
how the Marcia wire otre got it Its quotation quotationfrom quotaUOUfroM quotationsfrom
from the Gold and Stock Telegraph Company Com Company ComJIIUt ¬
JIIUt pany and a to prosecute all parties againstwliote against againstwhom aplMtwhoM
whom there to a scrap of evidence evidenceWhat evldftlCewJIat
What the Department of Justice In Intend Intan intends ¬
tend to And out before the grand jury jurySe juryIe juryis
Se whether Mr the Margin service was wa getting gettingIts pttlagIts gettingIts
Its attOtaUone from a Gold and Stock wire wireor wireor wireor
or whether wlNt er there was some arrangement arrangementbetween arranaementbet8Q1t
between the Gold and Stock Telegraph TelegraphCompany TelepapbCoaapan TelegraphCompany
Company and Marrin and Maler who ran ranthe J1UIthe ranthe
the service for the buckeUmops buc tsbogs and theCORb011dttted the theSUES UNCo
CORb011dttted Co kllted klltedSUES
SUES SUESWork CAPT TRACEY TRACEYWork TRACEYWork
Work Girl Bride of Army Officer OfficerCharges OffioerOharges OfficerCharges
Charges Desertion DesertionBeaton DesertionBaiea Desertionlieste
Baiea Beaton i May LtlcIred L Mildred J Tracey the theweek theiver1t
week iver1t girl bride of Capt James KensardTracey XeuanITraeer Kennard KennardTraeey
Traeey United States Marine J Corp eor JaM hassited ha haseed
seed tor etvorce e In the petition Mrs MrsTracey Mr MrTraeey 1111Tnt
Traeey Tnt accuse her husband of deserting desertingher cleeerUngw deertlnabet
her while w they were living UYI in Brooklyn Brooklynthree BrooIdDUIne Brooklynthree
three year ago when he was stationed stationedat
at the Chartestown Navy Yard YardThe YanIIM YardThe
The reavance ee began in Portsmouth N NH NR
H R where < Tracey was stationed Idildted Mil Mildred 11 11BN1IU8 ¬
dred Bamtto wa wu one of the belles of ofthe ofdie ofthe
the factory p district of Portsmouth Port aoalh She Shewa Shewas I Iwu
wa wu a ahoeworker seventeen year 7 years old oldand old oldaDd oldand
and of unusual un beauty They Theyere were mar married marrted married ¬
ried and came crime to Boston to live ThenLiam Then ThenLieut ThenUeat
Liam Traeey was promoted and trans transferred traMferred ¬
ferred I is the Bremerton Naval StationIn Station Stationin StatIonIn
in Washington WubIIa < ton This was m In IfOR 11 Ac According Accordl According ¬
cording cordl to Mrs Tracey that was the theshe last lastshe lastshe
she saw of her husband husbandMAKES husbandMAKES
MAKES AIRCRAFT AIRCRAFTOBEY AIRCRAFTOBEY AiRCRAFTOBEY
OBEY AT DISTANCE DISTANCEInventor DISTANCEIuven DISTANCEInventor
Inventor Iuven tor Believes He Has HasRevolutionized HasReyolutionized HasRevolutionized
Revolutionized War Warpool VarI
I lay lT 1 T t Phillips PbIW a Liver Ltnrpool Liverpool
pool engineer claims to have fn invented vented
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mean means for controlling and directing dJr dJr5tate aero aerostats a aslats ego ¬
stats hr electricity eI transmitted ethertc ethertcally etber1eall1
ally allyIJe
allyHe
He gave a demonstration at the theliiypodrod London LondonHippodrome oDHtppocIromoe
Hippodrome e this afternoon with a twen twentyfoot tWeDts twenyfeet ¬
tyfoot ts t Zeppelin Zeppe D airship and thieved abewedaldty his hisabfflty b band
abfflty to raise lower towwtrlve towwtrlveturn frive sto 0g 0gturn an anturn and
turn it at atm at edit la ay aanipnlarton naa > tgialasivm tiIII of 0Nbout o oeyboard Me Mekeyboard
keyboard k of a transmitter transmitter5tr tranamltterXf transmitterlor
5tr Phillips claims that theb the principle principleto
b applicable to mancarrying < airships airshipsand alrllbtpllaod alrsld alrsldtad gta
and aeroplanes ae but to primarily Ia fafbr intended intendedfer IafW tended
fer aerial torpedoes HI I can sK hitarm in an anarm aAarm
arm chair ha n London be says s and andmake aadmake an anmake d
make an airship drop a bunch of flowin flowers flowersin flow aowIn s
in a friends trlend garden In Manchester Parts Partsor ParIaor Parisor P
or Berlin and with equal ems ease I ca camike can canmake canm n
make m e it drop explosives wherever I We like JlnI likeI j
I believe it will abolish the exbtimetbodi extettnei extettneimethod exlaU exlaUmetb0d5 rag
method of warfare I have ha offerednvention offered the theinvention theInveotlon
invention I to the British government governmentwhich governmentwhich venuDeCt venuDeCtbtcb
which btcb will inspect it shortly shortlyCARDINALS shortlyCARDINALS
CARDINALS LETTER LETTERBORNE LETTERBORNE
BORNE TO VATICAN VATICANRefusal VATICANReinsal
VATICANi i
Refusal or of Pope to See Bishop BishopParet BishopjJalet Bisho
Paret Topic Here HereThe Herene
The refusal of the Pope to grant grantaudience t an anaudience IIaudience
audience to o Bishop William l Paret of ofthe oCtbe
the Protestant Episcopal dioceseMaryland diocese of ofMaryland otMarleDd
Maryland during dwi his recent visit nettRome to toRome toRome
Rome ae told in cable dispatches d Is the theuniversal theuntverMl
universal topic among < both the clergy clergyand deruAnd der derand gy
and laity of the Episcopal Church ChurchCardinal ClnarcbCardinal
Cardinal Gibbons according acconl to a d dpate dis dispatch die diepatch e ¬
patch pate from Baltimore is quoted as say saying MYlne ¬
log that he had given ten Bishop Pant let letters letters ¬
ters to Cardinal Merry del Val rococo recommending recemmeodtD rococomending ¬
mending < an audience with lth the Pope PopeI
I gave the letters to Bishop Paret ParetJd
said Jd the Cardinal and recommended to toCardinal t 0
Cardinal nlierry lerry del d l Val that an audi audience audience ¬
ence be granted the Bishop Just t what whatthe bat battho t
the result to I do not know 00 Further Furtherthan lIurtherthan Furth e ethan
than this tho Cardinal wonted make no nostatement BOtatomeat
statementAccording statement statementAccording > tatomeatAcconUns
According to a cable dispatch from fromRome fromRome f tom
Rome Bishop Paret went eot to the Va Vawith Vatican Vaticanwith VaUcaawith titan
with a cordial letter of introduction introductionCardinal to toCardinal tACardinal
Cardinal Merry Ierry de del Val The lettersent letter was wassent wuMont
sent to the cardinal in the usual usuattormaJ usuattormaJmanner formal formalmanner one
manner with a note stating that the thebishop thebishop th thbishop e
bishop would esteem It an honor togranted to be begranted beranted
granted an audience with the Pops p The Theanswer Thean8WOC
answer to the letter came quickly gnkltiythe and andthe andtbe
the astonished hed Episcopal dignitary read readthe readthe r rthe
the following wordsHis words wordsHis worHis
His holiness helln to t neither a picture nor norstatue a astatue astawe
statue to be inspected Inspect and criticised criticisedconcluding ertdelsedcondJCIlnt
concluding condudin that at an audience was quite quiteout quiteout quit quitout e
out of the question questionBishop qUetltJoftBishop
Bishop Paret and his family sailed ned for forEurope CorEurope i o
Europe last fall going 801 directly to South Southern Southom Soot Sootern h ¬
ern Europe Euro where hero they th have remained remainedpractically remainedpractlealJy r rpractically
practically all the time since He was wasRome in inRome iaRome
Rome at the time of the Roosevelt R RoeeewNtYa RoeeewNtYacan 5 Vati Vatican Vtican ti ¬
can incident and a short time ago a ad administered admlnlst I Iministered ¬
ministered mlnlst red the rite of confirmation to a alarge alarge
large class in Naples NaplesTWO ZlapleaO NaplesTWO
TWO O GIRLS DROWN DKOOTThird DRO DROThlrcl DROWNThird
Third In lilt liy h Train for Falling Fnllll1Jto Fnllll1JtoLcnp to toLeap 1 1Leap
Leap from Bridge BrldjccFond BridgeFoml IIridgcFou4
Fond du Lac Lac Win May IThree I Three little littlegirto littlegkhs lit litgirls
girls on their way home from school were wereovertaken wereovertaken w wovertaken ee
overtaken overtaken this afternoon by a Soo pas passenger pasIcnger pa pasenger ¬
senger train on a railroad bridge 1cIce over overFond the theFond thFond
Fond du Lac River Amanda Leu and andHilda andHtldn a aHilda
Hilda Hilda Lemke jumped into the river riverescape to toescape tooaoapc toin
escape being struck by the speeding train trainand trainand tra traand in
and were drowned Mollie Lei L was wasby as hit hitby hitby
by the engine and fatally fataJ1 Injurtod InjurtodMoonshine JnJttrIedloonRblne InjurledMoonshine
Moonshine Industry Inllutr Groves GrovesAtlanta GrowlAtlant GrowsAtlanta
Atlanta Atlanta Ga G May Ia 1 1The The report ofInternal of the theinternal theInternal
internal revenue force for this th year ar which whichis whit whitis h
is being prepared shows hows that under pro prohibition pr0hibition ¬
hibition Illicit distilling has trebled trebled in the theState tbe tbeState t tState he
State Prohibition has made the output outputof outputor outp ut t
of the illicit stills valuable The moo mooshiner moon moonshiner n ¬
shiner g gets ts 5 5 a gallon for stuff he h used usedto usedto us usto ed
to sell for igrioo Qr nW 150 I
D EWHJS fRIENDS fRIENDSIN FRIENDSLIVELYDEBATE
IN lI LIVELYDEBATE LIVELYDEBATEDifference lY DEBATE DEBATEDifference
Difference of Opinion onMon onllionumeuts on onMonuments Mon Monnments
nments to Herpes HerpesDINERS HelQesDINERS Iler es esINERS
D DINERS A8SAJLCONGEE8S A8SAJLCONGEE8SCommander ASSAIL CONGRESS CONGRESSCOlnmander CU1 Gi ESS ESSommander
Commander C Kaiser KaiserUpho1dsMn KaiserUpho1dsMnStill Upholds Men MfenStill MenStill
Still in Land of Living LivingEvery LivingFhery Livingvery
Every E very Officer at Manila Bay Ban Banquet D IIanrfuct n nluet ¬
quet Takes Stand that SocietyCannot Society SocietyCnnnot SocietyCnnnot
Cnnnot Consistently ConlllstenU ASk Govern Government G Governmeat crn crnmcnt
meat to Honor Dead Member MembersAd MembersAdntirttl IemJ > ersd ersdJIllrul Ad Admiral ¬
miral Dewey Pays Pa Glowing Tribute Tributeto rributoto
to Fleet that Swept S Spaniard > anlnrcla OIIWhile Off Offw oaI
w I
While a score of naval Daft officer otbeera were weretearfully weretMrtally weretetrfupy
tearfully conJuring up memories JIteIDOrl ofaeinl of Ad Adartral Adt AdtJ
artral J Deweys victory at the annual ua1 din dinner cHnJMr dinor ¬
ner n or of the Manila Bay Society at the theRaleigh 1MRaleigh thealeigh
R Raleigh aleigh last night contention in the theshape theau thechaps
shape au of a wide difference of opinion as asto asto
to whether or not Congress Coacr should be beasked beuked
asked to erect monuments to dead Madmarr4d heroes heroesmarred heronmaned
marred the occasion occasionCongress eoeasienCoogrees MCIIetoaCOOIf
Congress COOIf had been bitterly assailed by bymore bYJDOre brmore
more than one speaker for Ite it failure f to torecogntoe tor toecognize
r recogntoe n1ze the service to the oouatrj oouatrjthe o wtryTf wtryTfthe tr trthe
the tote Admirals Entwtoia Dyer 1 and andOoghlan alldCGsb andCegblan
Ooghlan CGsb when Representative Load IAIId of ofMichigan ofklkblsu
Michigan who saw service on the rift revenue rtvenue ¬
nue a ue cuter McCuUouffit at Manila Bay Baypromised BaypIOIDI8ed Barprodnlaed
promised to introduce a UK remedying remedyingthe nlll nlllthe
the t deflete deficiency deficiencyWhile cIddeae ey eyWhile
While th the banquet hall wa was still ringing ringingwith rtegfagwith
with plaudits Limit Cofmnanear Co mtndor L LX A AKaiser AKaiser
Kaiser X ares rOM and pd plunged ti the ettnged e dtoon huo huoa bwtoa
a lively debate by declaring kind weeds wortfor weedsfor
for those still hi m the land of the ueare living ttvtagare livingare
are more to he desired than
monuments monumentsto moa moato monumentt0
to the dead He was emphatically emphaticallyP QIIIphdall7pOlled
Po P pOlled ° d 1 to petitioning ttonlD Congress after aft at ter Its Itsfailure ItatIhIre itsailure
failure f to honor JIve heroes heroesMere IMrowIere heroesMore
Mere Iere to HI His Taste TanteI
I want to say now said aid Liens Com Commander CoIIIr ¬
murder r Kafter X thai any kind words wordspeople wordapeople wordseople
people p will say y now will be more to my mytaste mytaste
taste than monuments umeats when I am de deceased de deCMIIeII doceased ¬
ceased I dont care ear what kind of a ains aIDOIUJ
IDOIUJ monumaet I getI I lriereiy balNere ID IDto n nh
ins h + r to people what they ar ua stilt adl1I iii a1Fua a1FuaI attv attvAnother
I beur 11 > teeo Y btlgieg tirote
> s ilt ar tars hate hateas
as G art ue wit an 8GQLo 8GQLoA gone goneAmber
Another A officer asserted OMgres stattU stattUhe 14 14be
he reQuhed reatared reQ to recognize the heroes of ofManila otMaAiIa
Manila Bay who have hav e gone ue e to their theirgraves NdrKnLYea
graves He said the government t had hadfailed MetfaDed badfatted
failed to fittingly flt 17 memorialize me ortah e the dead deadofficers
0 officers and had signally stpaU refused r to a aprectate ap appredate ap
predate them before they died diedDuring cUMdie
During the half boor that followed al almost 1 1most ¬
most every officer at the table joined in inthe mthe
the debate more than one taking takta the thestand tileItaad
stand that the Manila Bay Society could CCMlIdDOt couldnot couldnot
not cooetetently t17 oak the sw government ranent tohonor to tohonor tohonor
honor their own 0 dead members The sob sebJect MIbject sobJect
Ject was finally allowed aile to drop withoutplacing without wltlMNtplacing withoutthe
placing the society 011 record ODe way or orthe orthe
the other otherEvery otherEery otherEvery
Every diner lest to t night slat was on one of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the tattle ships which won woe the almost almostbloodless IDOetbJoodless aleaostbloodless
bloodless victory that threw the nation Mi in inparoxysm Ina ina
a paroxysm of Joy during the tbeAmer1ean SpaddebAmerican Spanfafc SpanfafcAmerican
American war Admiral
Dewey who returned re returned re retUlJNd ¬
turned from the fast en Idol of the
JoIO JoIOpie peo peoIkelnrusided eo eop
Ikelnrusided IkelnrusidedTribute p pie e presided presidedTribute
Tribute to Officers OfficersHte OfficersH1M OfficersHis
His adores wac a graphic tribute to officers of offlcer ofAcs
flcer Acs of the fleet that salted Into ManilaBay Manila ManilaBay XaIIaDq
Bay He said the victorious Ytcol fleet fleetsplendidly was wasJlPleDdldly wtssplendidly
splendidly manned from the seamens seamertamss seamensto s sto
mss to the bridge en every amp that thathelped 1batbeaped thathelped
helped to sweep the Spaniards from their theirfoothold tbeIrfoothold theirfoothold
foothold In the Pl Phittppinea PhittppineaHto Ph PhUis ppireo
His remtatocences r eBCe8 of the officers andmen and andmen andmen
men who have gone to their final flat re reward ft fty r ¬
ward y since that morning were a tender lenaertribute ertrlbut tendertrlbute
tribute to each He e euJort enlogiaetllmkal enlogiaetllmkalEntwitle loeiaed 4miral 4miralEntwtele 1 1Entwiele
Entwtele who was U chief engineer of ofthe orthe ofthe
the fleet and mentioned Commander CommanderJohn COmlJlllerJohn CoraateatderJohn
John Gibson Hear Admiral Dyer a sad aadir sadMr d dMr
Mr O H H Williams IIIIaJDs who Iho was consul at atManila atMaaU
Manila at tilime t ftM me w of the battle battleThe battleTh battleThe
The Th admiral of the navy IMlv seemed in inperfect inperfect
perfect health and spirits and evident evidentlenjoyed evidently evidentlyenjoyed evidentenjoyed
enjoyed the renewal of oM comradeships comradeshipsHe comrade8blIHe s
He left early after introducing sev se wr wrtoatK Fr Frtoast ra ratoast
toast givers e and freely discussing ru ruters 11ten r
ten relative to the success of the rav ravThose na naTboee
Those Thos present pte Ptl were w Admiral D Dt Dew > > we weRear w wRear e
Rear Admiral ra1 B Do 3 P Lamberton retired tretiretRepreeenlaUve retiredRepresentative
Representative George A Loud Lieut LieutCommander LIutCommaDCl LieutCommander
Commander < L L TA A A Kaiser Chief Engineer EngineerHutch EnctneerHutch
Hutch I Cone Commander R W L L How Howard Hollard ¬
xr
ard Commander Com S S S Robinson Rear RearAdmiral RearAdmtrai
Admiral Catvooeresees Cglvooorarses retired Capt CaptG CaptG CaptCr
G B Ransom b Rear Admiral Asa walleer Wal Walker Walker ¬
ker retired Oapt T B Howard Rear RearAdmiral RarAdmiral RauAdmiral
Admiral John X A > Ford retired MaJ MaJDion aj ajDIeD
DIeD Williamson WUIIa esen U S S M C 0 Rear Ad Admiral Admlra Admini ¬
mini Robert Inch retired Lieut Com Commander Commander ¬
mander F FB B Upham Medical Director DirectorJohn DIrectorJobl DirectorJohn
John C Wise W Pay Director W v W Gait GaitCape Galt GaltCapt
Cape F HI H Beiley Lint Commander CommanderP
P Baoin Mr ig XJ D Harden Lieut Qetullltltdlr Com Commander COmDder ¬
mander Dder H P Pearson Par Col W P Bid Biddie D1dMe d
die Me U S X 3d C c and Limit LleatH Commander ConmMbiiaerH
H V Butler ButlerTHEE ButlerTREE
TREE NAMED PINCHOTSecretary PLNCHOT PINOHOlSccrctnr l lSecretary <
Secretary Sccrctnr BnlllnRern Permission PUrD1is8 On Ia IsGiven I IGiven IaGheu
Given for Ceremony CeremonySan Ceremon CeremonS6A
t tSan
San Francisco May lThe L The SNara SNaracomposed aesrGteir aesrGteircomposed sapr av avCOMpoeed
composed of naturelovers to totia today ehrte ehrtetened eIIrtteMd cin is istet
tened tet one of o the big tree In MMr 1 weeds weedsOifford 8Glftont Reedsf111tecd
Glftont Oifford Pinchot The club aflffiMM a Isd to toSecretary toSeeretary
Secretary Bellinger alll ger for pentfhiefon knlIlIOft pst tMssior to toname toname toname
name a tree after < a living Itvin person Ben BaJHnger Benger
ger replied he had no objection to the theclub theclub theclub
club naming a tree after PinchoL PinchoLTEXAS otTEXAS
TEXAS GIRL ENDS LIFE LIFEInstructor LIFEIuotrnctor
Instructor In Pennington Seminary SeminaryLcnpM SemlnnryLeal SeminaryLeaps
Leaps Leal Into Creek CreekPennington CrcekPennington
Pennington N J May Ma L LM 1Miss Mtoe Helen HelenRice HelenRice
Rice of Galveston Tex head instructor instructorIn
In the art rt department at Penninsjton PenninsjtonSeminary PeammctcnamtDary
Seminary mtDary last night jumped into Stony StonyBrook
Brook which to only 001 five feet deep The Thebody Thebody
body was found lifeless at U oclock this thismorning
morning It to believed that she was wasfiufferlne wu4Iutterinl wassuffering
suffering from rom melancholia me > hncllolla
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