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S SACRIFiCE RlfiCE 5A SAYES SAYESTHE E ETHE
THE HAILWn Bill BillI
I President Pl sniderati sident on Telephone Au Authorizes A Autierizes u utl10rizes ¬
thorizes Cut CutSECTIONS OutSEOTIONS CutSECTIONS
SECTIONS SECTIONSC C rIU1S 7 AND 12 GO GOAffect GOffcct GUAffect
Affect ffcct Traffic rnffic Agreement and andJliglit andRight andRi
Right Ri lit to Merge MergelcKiilnrn Mergenc Mergefcgulnrs
fcgulnrs nc lcKiilnrn lnrs Make Haste and Call Up UpTaft UvTaft UpTaft
Taft ln n Pittsiurc Fitt P1t llmr lmrK After Falling to toPcmnndc toPerundo
Pcmnndc Insurgent Through Sen Senator Seuntor ¬
ator CummliiM to Yield and a Re Heunit ReKlt Result
unit of Their CouceKulon lIn May De DeBnrly DcBnrl lieBarly
Bnrly Bnrl Adjournment of Congress CoiigrenMTho Congrc CongrcTho CongressTho
Tho situation In rogard to the admin administration admlnbtratln adminletration ¬
istration railway rash + ar bill in the Senate Sonatareached SenateTOIIohed Senater
r reached a crMs late yesterday afternoon afternoonand atternoonantI afternoonanti
antI President Taft and IUI Republican lead leader looders leaders ¬
ers er have been obliged to abandon two twoimportant twoImportAat twoImportant
important features of the roa m manure manureThe > ure ureThe ur urThe
The sections Heu to be dropped overboard overboardaro onrboecdnro overboardare
are NOB 7 and 12 the former opening the theway theWilY thetivay
way fOr traffic agreements between the theroadc thltrOtU theroads
roads rOtU and the latter legalizing Jep mergers morgorain mergors1n mergersin
in casoe 08 were wor one road owns at least II Mper IIper IIpea
per cent of UM stock of another road roadThis roadT roadThis
This T decision was w not readied by the theSenate tMDate theSenate
Senate leaden until they had got Preeldent Pre President l ldeat ¬
dent Taft OH It the longdistance cJtAnce telephone telephoneat
at PUtsburg P1Urbur = a and d Informed him of the toeseriousness theHri theseriousueess
seriousness Hri of the situation situationIt tuaUon tuaUonIt
It is understood vll eratooct that they told the thePresident thePrelkleat thePrwldent
President plainly that it was doubtful if ifthe Itthe 1fthe
the organisation could muster the votes votesto vot votto voteeto
to carry these sections of the bill The ThePresident TheIt ThePresident
President it is said Hold told them that If 4fthe Ifthe Itthe
the rocoartnendatfona rOCOllilDenda tJoIUI which he had made madewere madewere madewere
were defeated by b a combination of Insur Insurgents Iurgenta leatugenta ¬
genta and nd Democrats the administration administrationno dmlni inulon inulonno
no longer could be held responsible for forthe lorthe forthe
the form of the measure measureInnnrsrentfi maulInfturocntll measureInsurgents
Innnrsrentfi Are Immovable ImmovableLater ImmonbleLIltor ImmovableLitter
Later the Republican leaders called rep representatives ropreeeatattv roeresentttives ¬
resentatives of the insurgents into con conference conterence conference ¬
ference and asked keel if they had any pr proatUon prop proposition propCNdUon ¬
osition to offer on which hleb the U two fac factions taetleluJ facties ¬
tions ties might get together t tber The insurgents insurgentsdeclined InMlrgentadeeltaed Inaurgendeclined b
declined to concede anything anylh contending contendingthat contendingthat contendin contendinthey g
that thatthe they 1M would Oukl have the votes vot to carry carryths catr y yto
the proposed Cummins Cumml amendment amendmentthe to tothe totlNt
the rjJIL It was after this that the con conservative conHrVattVEt conmervat1ve ¬
servative leaders decided that sections Hetlo sectionsand 7 7and 7aDd
and 11 would have to go goIt 10It goIt
It Is likely that the elimination of these thesetwo tbMetwo tb tbtwo
two sections will be followed also Ieo by the theAa9jto the4lep thedgSpplM
Aa9jto 4lep of section tIOtUI J 11 U and IS which whichproviso whleha whichproaes
proviso proaes a pin for the rpfotattaa of the thecapitalisation tb8ea theeapItaltmstton
capitalisation ea Oft of otidiirted tsHread corporations In Inregard 1Mto Ileregard
regard to these sections however the un understanding 1InHntaftcIlq nnj ¬
j derstanding is only OI Y tentative and noth nothing nothInl mothIn ¬
ing In g definite deADl will 111 be determined determta until th thfor the theformer tbetwo e
former for two sections have been beenof A disposed disposedof
of ofThe v vTho >
The elimination tton of these five scetio scetiowill sections sectionswill IleCUOIMwill ns
nse
will do away with practically all of the thefeatures thefNt th thfeatures e
fNt features that have aroused the insurgent insurgentopposition tMUrentoppoeitlolt Insurgenoppositlonr t
opposition in the Senate Practically PraetlellJl all allthat allthat a1lwill
that thatprovision will be left of the bill will be the theprovision then th e
provision n establishing an interstate com commerce commerce cornmerce ¬
merce court the section making makln it obligatory oblig obligatory obligatory ¬
atory upon railroads to quote rates rat coyredly cor correctly correetiT ¬
rectly reetiT to shippers that giving the Interstate Inter Interstate Intertate ¬
state tate Commerce Commission power to in initiate InlUale initlate ¬
itiate investigations Invo tlgatlolUl on Its own com complaints comt8 cornphaafgts
plaints t8 and the section providing IN01 1ag for foraixtyd a asixtyday aslxtydaT
sixtyday aixtyd y suspension JMMion of rates pending vendm an aninvestigation anJmtiptlon a ae n
e investigation by the commission into toed toedresaomablenees their theirreasonableness thetrreaM r
reasonableness resaomableneesAdministration reasonablenessAdministration reaM blelMNAdmtnlatraUon
Administration loaders contend that the thefeatures tboftar th thfeatures e
features ftar that will 111 be left will greatly greatlystrengthen greatlyf
f strengthen trtMft the present Interstate com cornscoerce commerce commeee ¬
merce law and will it enacted into law lawalone lwaloRe powalone
alone reflect Credit edlt upon the Taft admin administration admlnltratton adminetratlon adminetratlonMny ¬
istration istration3Iny ltrattonJln
3Iny Jln Hurry Uurr Adjournment AdjournmentTh0 AtljonrnlUcntn AdjournmentTbp
Th0 elimination of the flvo sections will willclear willcr wIl wIlcle 1
clear cle the e asmosphere In the Senate con considerably conena conand ¬
siderably ena ly and will increase IncrM the chance chancefor cbaacOif chantfor os
for f r a reasonably early earl adjournment aijournment o oCongress of ofCongress oCCon8na f
Congress Con8naTIM CongressThe CongressTh
Th TIM Insurgent el1t opposition DP IUon in the Senate Senateto SOJ1fltoto e
to the Taft railroad bill has been basedchiefly based basedchiefly b8edchlJ
chiefly on section 7 which the insur insurgents InsurgMtta insurgents ¬
gents have contended will repeal the theContinued theContlnuct th thContinued e
Continued on Page 4 1 Column 3 3MIDDIES 3MIDDIES 3ItIIDDIES
MIDDIES AS WASH W ASK LADIES LADIESXnvnl LADIESXn LADIESNaval
Naval Xn I CndctN Aot Pleased with Uh Or Order Ortlcrll Orderv ¬
derv der for CruiseAnnapolis Cruise CruiseAnnapolis CrubeAmapoUa
Annapolis Md May raY 2 ZAlthouga Although for fortb fortM fa fathe r
tb tM ANt time in years they the are going to togay top t tgay o
gay p ports of France and will 111 stop a aother at atother atothlr t
other foreign ports Instead o of apendintheir spending spendingtheir spendlnltl g
their time tl N cruising cruJaI l about the society sodet re resorts re3Ort resorts ¬
sorts 3Ort on the New Ne England coast the mid middies mlddlts middies ¬
dies of Uncle Sams Sam
Naval Academy are areaao areduo ar e I Iduo
duo to get et AB unusually hard bit of wor worhanded work workhanded workhand k
hand handed them during durln jhe the annual cruise cruisethis crul crultbS cruisethis
this summer according to orders Issued Issuedat l Issu Issuat suedat ed
at the academy today todayTh todayTbe todayThe
Th The growing importance of wireless wirelesscommunication wlrol wirolcomniunlcatlon S Scomunlcatlon
communication between ships is been beenrecognised being beingrecognised beIngreeopbed g
recognised and real work in this depart department department departmeat ¬
ment is s provided for but Jut worst orat of all allth allthe allthe
th the young pets of the navy naY are to b bforced be beforced before e
forced fore cl to wash their own clothing This Thisas Th5tlU Thisas
as may be imagined has raised a hoeamong howl howlamong howlamong 1
among the middles middlesThat ml middlesThat cU cUThat
That section of tho order relating to towireless toirel t twirelge °
wireless irel instruction provides that each eachwatch e8cb e8cbwatch eac eacwatch h
watch done don by a middy in th the wlrel wlrelroom wireless wirelessroom 1rel 1relrOQlft
room of the three ships of the th practice practicesquadron practiceqrn practicr e
r squadron qrn shall ball be consumed in actually actuallye
learadng leaf e lllat lag how to receive anti send mes message mMlas meesages ¬
las sages sage
HALLEYS COMETDAILY COMET COMETDAILY COMETDAILY
DAILY BOLLBTUN BOLLBTUNMay DOLLBTIN1ay IWGLSTivMay
May 1ay 3 SHallers 3Halle Halleys s comet cometrises cometrises cometrises
rises today at 2 46 a m and andtomorrowat andtomorrowat andtornorrotiv
tomorrowat tornorrotiv at 2 243 43 a m Sun Sunrises Sunrises Sunrises
rises at 450 4 50 Speed today tt day is isabout isabout isabout
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WEATHER FORECAST FORECASTFor
For the District of Columbia ColumbiaShowers ColumbiaShowers ColumbiaShowers
Showers today or tonight to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow morrow clearing and cooler variable va variable variablc ¬
riable winds becoming northerlyand northerly northerlyand northerlyand
and moderate to briskHERALD brisk briskHERALD briskHERALD
HERALD NEWS SUMMARY SUMMARYPnlcIt SUMMARYPates
Pates Pates1Railway PnlcItlRanwl
1 lRanwl 1Railway Railway BUI Saved SavodGas SIIYodGas SavedGas
Gas Inquiry is Sfidod SfidodTaft mndodTaft ndod ndodTaft
Taft Praises Pra 1H8 Knox KnoxRoosevelt ltaexRooaovolt InexRoosevelt
Roosevelt Trunks Loll LocLPresident LollPr08ldent LostPresident
President Needham is Out Out2Now
2Now 2 2 New QW Mayors Iayoraln In Suburbs SuburbsDirectors SuburbsDlroctors SuburbsDirectors
Directors Discuss Memorial Momorfal3Yhlto
3 3Yhlto Whlto Slave Revelations RevelationsWoston RovelntlonsW
rWeston
Woston W ston Ends His Walk4Scott Walk WalkISeolt
4 ISeolt Scott Bill Favors InnersIrNews Miners Minerss l1ners l1nersliNew
s liNew News of Society Society0Bdltorial SocietyGEdttorJ SocietyGEditorial
0Bdltorial GEditorial7Feminine l l7lIemlnln
7lIemlnln 7 Feminine Notes and Fashion Fashions8Nationals FashlonSNatfOfHLJ
8 SNatfOfHLJ Nationals Lose to New York York9Amatour Perk9Amateur
9Amatour 9 Amateur Season Sea on Under Way WayitAt YayllAt
11 llAt At Local Playhouses PIRboueelil2Gu Playhouses2Gas
12 l2Gu 1 Gas Hearing Before Committed3Commercial Committee CommitteeIS Committee13C
IS 13C 1 3Commercial Commercial mm rtlal and Financial FinancialHArcade Financial14Arcade
14 HArcade Arcade Market Discussed DiscussedHazieton DiscussedGA DiscussedGAS
GA GAS IN INQUIRY mRY ENDS ENOSIN ENDSIN
IN HE HEATEDDEBATE HEATEDDEBATEIiazleton TEO OEB TE TEHazletoll
Hazieton Classes Company Companywith COlnpanywith Companywith
with the Octopus OctopusHAS OctopusHAS OctopusHAS
HAS DUCAL PHIYIL PRIVILJpGER PRIVILJpGERPeoples + GES GESPeoples GESPeoples
Peoples Attorney A Says SaTs Congress CongressGives CongressGives b bGives
Gives It Freedom FreedomAttorney Free FreedomAttorney om omAttorncT
Attorney GoldHboronRh CompletesArgument Completes CompletesArgument CompletesArJument
Argument for Defense Claimingthe Claiming Claimingthe ClaiminGthe
the Coudrey Coudrc Resolution Rt > lIolution to Restrict Restrictthe Reliltrlctthe Restrictthe
the Financial McthodN of AVnah AVnahIn l nah nahlngton nshingtott
In lngton toii Corporation I III Illegal nullLong nUll amiLonp nUllLonlt
Long Investigation In Finished KlnlshedI
I believe this corporation has a as many manyteatncles manytlfttAcles manytentacles
tentacles as any octopus conceived by bythe bythe
the imagination lma 1oa of a Victor Hugo HugoSuch HIIIeSuch
Such a system as it employs OMpIo would woulddestroy vOtflddMtr
destroy dMtr any corporation corporatlonunlM unless the con consumers cenumers condig ¬
sumers dig d down in their pockets and andpay andGen
pay oven more moreThis moreTh18 moreThis
This was u the Ana shot from George C CHazieton Co CoHazleton CHazieton
Hazieton former corporation counsel for forthe tortb forthe
the tb Washington r1nst Gas Ga Light Conuwgr C N at atthe atMet attool
the feet hovhtg of the fi imsii 11W 11WCom ifclet ifcletCommittee k1et
I
Committee Com ntttee on the b Condrcy C0G4 7 resolution rl8Ohatla8t rl8Ohatla8tnt feat featnlffbt iaatnight
night nlffbtAppearing nt nightAppearing bt btAPIlrJng
Appearing as attorney for the people pooplaMr poop poopMr
Mr Hazieton declared the privilege privilegeallowed prlvSlegeallo11Cl
allowed the Gas Light Company CO IPIIDY by Cen Cengress Cengr Cengrey
gress gr outrank the ducal privileges of the theOld theOld
Old World He asserted the ponce police power powerof 101 101or
of Congress COD r under the Constitution could couldand couldaDd couldand
and should be used 1 to regulate its flnajvjj finflAtclaJ flnan flnajvjjclal
clal methodsAttorney methods methodsAttorney methodAttorne
Attorney Attorne R H GoWsborough Gold8brou Golditlsorotigh h completed completedhis
his bl argument of defense He said the theCoudrey theCoudrey theCoudrey
Coudrey resolution is aimed at one cor corporation corpomUon coyporntbn ¬
poration and is therefore illegal illegalArgument megalArJumcnt IllegalArguutcnt
Argument for Defense DefenseThe DcrcneThe
The entire argument in favor of the thecompany thecompany
company was based on th rise contention contentionthat contenttoftthllt
that Congress COD re811 cannot violate t lat6 its own ownagreement ownI earnagreement
I agreement gre ment with 1lh the company by b adopting adoptinga ad ptlI
I a resolution restricting < its ° method offlnancttsg of offinancing otftnancmr
financing financingAttorney ftnancmrAUorne flnancttsgAttorney
Attorney Hazleton replied that the re reserve reserve ¬
serve 8 power of any legislative I Jatlve body allowit a1l0 a1l0It allow allowsit
it to interfere Inter e in the affairs of any cor corporation corporation torporatlon ¬
poration to whom 110m it has given a fran franchise franchl ¬
chise chl e when hen the rights r bla of the people arebeing are arebeing arebetn
being betn ignored ignoredWith I nored noredWith
With the dosing cloeln addresses adclr of counsel counselthe COU lloi lloithe
the ca case e went intoth Into e hands of 0 the juryin jury juryin juCTIn
in this th cafe the thelllstrtct District Committee sitting sittingin
in i n consideration of o the resolution that for forbids forbids fOrblds ¬
bids a ages gas u concern to pay dividends dlvld nda with withbonds withbonds withbonds
bonds or certificates of indebtedness indebtednessThere IndebtedneaThere
There will be no more hearings and the thocommittee thecommittee thecommittee
committee will report its decision d Ion to Con Congress Congr Congress ¬
gress gr before the end of the session sessionAfter ftI sessionAfter lon lonArter
After Attorney Goldsborotigh Gokl borouKh had fin finished finbed finlobed ¬
lobed bed reading a lengthy argument with withfrequent wlUtCroquent withfrequent
frequent quotations from the courts At AtContlnucd AtContInuctl AtContinued
Continued on Page 4 Column 4 4COTIET 4COURT
COURT TAKES RECESS RECESSSupreme RECESSSuprcme RECESSSuprcmc
Supreme Body Will Not Meet A Again AgainUntU pain painUntil
Until UntitNa May Jln 1C 1CTho lGTho 10The
Tho Supreme Court yesterday after an announcing announelng ¬
nouncing its t opinions took a recess ree until untilMay untilMay untilMay
May 16 16The 16Th
The Th validity allt1I of two Stale antitrust antitrustlaws anl1trultlw9
laws and the proceedings s under them themwore themwore themware
wore affirmed in the cases cn es of the Gre Grenada GrenndB Grenada ¬
nada Lumber Company Comp n and the Stand Standard Stnndard ¬
ard 011 Company CompanyONCE Comp CompanyONCE n nONCE
ONCE A WASHINGTON BELLENrx BELLE BELLEMrs BELLEIrs
Mrs HonmnM Ili ntans n Familiar Figure In InXnvnl InXnnl
Xnvnl nrnl Social CircleNow ClrclcNow Circle CirclesNow
Now York May 2Sarah 2 Sarah Louisa Ho Homans Homans Homans
mans widow of Sheppard Homans who whowas whoWAS
was tho first consulting actuary of the theMutual theMutual theMutual
Mutual Life Insurance Company and later laterthe 1aterthe
the president of the Provident SavingsLife Savings SavingsLlfo SaylnbSLife
Life Assurance Society Soclt died today at atthe atthe atthe
the homo of her son Sheppard Thomas ThomasJr
Jr at Englewood N J JMrs JIrx JMrs
Mrs Irx Homans w was s a granddaughter of ofCommodore ofCommodore ofCommodore
Commodore Thomas Truxton and daugh daughter daughter daughter ¬
ter of John Houston Hou ten of Lancaster County CountyPa CounbPo CountyPa
Pa She was born bomand and lived most of her herlife herlife herlife
life In Washington D C Of Mrs Irs Ho Romans Homans Homans ¬
mans brothers and sisters but one cur survivee IUrh08 curvives
vivee h08 her horMrs Mrs Wilson wife of Charles CharlesI Ch8rleI
I Wilson WilsonOne WilsonOne WilsonOne
One brother brotherThomas Thomas Truxton Houston Houstonentered Houston1tered Houstonentered
entered < the navy and was lost at S SAnother so soAnother seaAnother
Another brother brothetT J B Houston Homtonat at ono onotlmo onotime onotime
time head held of the Pacific Mall Steamship SteamshipCompany Stoomshlprompany Steamshiptompany
Company died several years oors ago agoMrs ncoMrs ago21irs
Mrs Homans was as a familiar figure In Innoat
social circles at Washington for Cormnny
years oar She was Interested In n to a 0varlet
varlet of undertakings mostly chari charitable charItable eharltable ¬
table and was the first president of the theEnglowood theEnglewood theEnglowood
Englowood HospitalPosts Hospital HospitalPOH HospitalPOIlfll
POH Posts < N Dressed 35 ct eta Apiece
Frank raltk JJb Ljjjbav C Co i tl2 1l j r Y6 YCt AvP
F THE REAL THING IN IN DENMARK 1I 1
TAFT PRAISES KNOX EMFOR KNOXI KNOXFOR KNOXFURTARIFF I
FOR FURTARIFF TARIFF PEACE PEACENo
No Foreign Clashes Presi President President President ¬
dent Tells Pittsburffcrs PittsburffcrsSEES PittsbulgcrsSEES l Ittsbui bn e1S e1SSEES
SEES PIRATES DEFEAT CUBS CUBSAntoRrnphcd CUBSAutographed i I iI iAntogrnlhct
Autographed Ilanclmll Given to toMniiaRcr tolnnngcr toMnnngcr
MniiaRcr Clarke and inns IInll Wag WagncrAddresses AVuRncr I1It I1ItncrAelelrcllllclJ
ncr ncrAelelrcllllclJ AddrcflfiCM College Girls and andAniurcK nuelAsurcl andAssures
Assures Them Suffrage I JII Not > ot Xcc Xccessary Xccc811nry seceasary
essary to Make I 1lto lfo a Sncoeiu SncoeiuPlttsbiirg SncaewaPitNburg I IUIbu
I II I II
Plttsbiirg UIbu rg May M 1AaJ t Any one m III this tJdaat town townjPhtkader townl
w > ia at f41 idea l rfl rflPlflae4r tbry O Stat Stta SttaPhtkeder
Phtkader C KflOx was not ra rawith In Inwith inwith
with tho administration and might JD1 t re resign resign resign ¬
sign must have been surprised cI tonight tonightif hl hlIC <
if he heard what ti < hat President Taft bad to tosay toY toeay
say Y about that Cabinet officer and the theDepartment thettmont theDepartment
Department ttmont of State at the grand ad birth birthday birthday birthday ¬
day dinner of the American Club ClubThe ClubThe ClubThe
The President Pre kleat praised Mr Knox with without without without ¬
out stint sUnt and showed why he did so He Hepointed HeI Hepointed
pointed witk pride to the fact that white whitewe whttewe arldlcwe
I we have had under his administration our ourfirst ourfirst I Iftrat
first tariff law with 1lh a maximum and andminimum aDdminimum andminimum
minimum provision the State Depart Department Departmoat ¬ I Imoot
moot has got us into no tariff wars at atall atII atall
all II He thought tbo ht that th t the tb note of Mr MrKnox MrKDox MrKnox
Knox to Zelaya former dictator of ofNicaragua oC1eanapa ofNicaragua
Nicaragua was a fine bit of diplomatic diplomaticworkmanship diplomaticworkmatJ8blp diptomatlcworkmanship
workmanship and he scorned those who whoderide whode bo bodhte
deride dhte de ide the mixture of diplomacy and andtrade andtrade andtrade
trade as dollar diplomacy diplomacyProud diplomacyProutl diplomacyProud
Proud of 1C I Knox KnoxTo ii nox noxTu ox oxTo
To the record of a years year accomplish accomplishments accomplishments ceotnpUhmenS ¬
ments under Secretary Knox in our ov foreign for foreign forel ¬
eign el n affairs aftai said the President I think thinkI
I may properly point with pride and yet yetwith yetwith yetwith
with becoming modesty mode ty for it is his work workand workand ork orkaDd
and not mine all I can claim is the merit meritof meritof meritof
of selecting him for the task taskThe takThe taskThe
The President Pr eklent hoped that the negotia negotiations negotiations Ia IaUons ¬
tions that have bean conducted under underMr underMr
Mr 1 Knox and are progressing still wilt wiltinsure wiltinsure 111 111humre
insure peace in the Orient of which whteh we wehve wehrve wehsve
hve not lost hope hopeThe botThe hopeThe
The open door in China too it is the thepurpose thepurpoe thepurpose
purpose and intention of this administration adminis administration admlalstnltlon ¬
tration to conserve and maintain the thePresident lb lbPresident thePresident
President said saidBefore MidBetore saidBefore
Before he went to the banquet bano b quet iet tho thoPresiflent thoPrllilent thePresident
President had a busy day H He told the thestudents th8ud thestudents
students ud nta at the Pennsylvania State College Col College Collec ¬
lege lec for Women that he b believed they theyvrould tM tMwould theywould
would take an Important part in life even evenft event evenif
ft t they the didnt have suffrage devoted devotedsome devoted80f devotedmine
some time to art rt and musk and saw sawHonuR aw1lonu sawIlonus
HonuR Wagner VIU and nine others oth of thePlttsburg the thePittsburg OMPUbtburg
Pittsburg Pirates beat his brother C CP CPTafts P PTafts PraUs
Tafts Chicago Cubs 6 to toLtmpire 2 2Umpire 2 2Umplrc
Umpire Helps Pirate PirateThe Plrnt PiratesThe lII lIIThe
The President sat in a box on the sec second socond cocend ¬
ond tier not down among the fans fansSecretary Can CanSecrotan fansSecretary
Secretary Knox Chief Willis Moore of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Weather Yeth Bureau Representatives RepresentativesDalroll ReprelntathsDalzolJ RepresentativesDalzoll
Dalroll Burke and Bartholdt and Am Ambassador Ambassador Ambassador ¬
bassador von Bernstorff and the Belgian BelgianMinister BelglanMinister BelgianMinister
Minister Count de Rulsscret were with withtho withthe 1th 1ththo
tho President In a flagdraped box The Thoumpire Theumpire Theumpire
umpire and nd a long hit by b Wagner qner gave gavetho gaotho gavethe
tho game to the Pirates and the Pre President Proddent 1 1dent ¬
dent seemed pleased possibly because he hewas hewa hevss
was wa + vss with the home team slnco his hisbrother hisbrother hisbrother
brother failed l to show up upBefore upBefore upBefore
Before the game Louis Mann the actor actorcarried actorcarried actorcarried
carried to Wagner ragner and to Fred Clarke Clarkebaseball Clarkebaseball Clarkebacobalis
baseball with tho Presidents autograph autographand autographnnd autographand
and best wishes on them themThe tbemThe themThe
The banquet tonight tonl ht wag given by the theAmerican theAmorlcan theAmerican
American Club at the Hotel Schenley SchenleyThe Scbenle ScbenleThe ScbenleyThe
The club is a political organization but butMr butMr butMr
Mr Taft chose cho e to eschew hew politics and andpraised ahdprnl andpraised
praised prnl ed Plttsburgs son Mr Knox KnoxHORSEWHIPPING KnoxHORSEWHIPPING KnoxHORSEWHIPPING
HORSEWHIPPING IS DESERVED DESERVEDEditor DESERVEDEtUtor DESERVEDEditor
Editor Bears enrll Xo Resentment Re entmellt Toward TowardSon Toward TownrtlSon TowardSon I
Son of Senator Hale HnlePortland nntePortlnnd HalePortland
Portland Me May 2 2RetlenUng Reenting state statements statomants stat statm ¬
m ments onts In the Six SL Town Time a suburbanewspaper suburban suburbannewspaper suburbann n
newspaper n wspaper published here which ho said saidreflected Midroflected saidreflected
reflected on his mother Col Fred Halo Haloson Haloson Haloson
son of Senator Eugene Hale H le today horse horsesvhipped honewhipped horsewhipped
whipped George T Libby Llbb editor of the thepublication Lb Lbpublication thpublication e
publicationHalo publication publicationHale publicationHale
Hale Is a candidate for Congress In the theFirst theFirst theFirst
First district district The assault took place in inthe Inthe i ithe n
the office of tho newspaper newspaperAfter newspaporAfter newspaperAfter
After Col Hale left Mr tlr Libby said saidboar I Iboar Ibear
boar no resentment I wouldnt think thinkmuch thinkmuch thin thinmuch k
much of a man an who wouldnt defend his htemother hilimoth hismother
mother moth or anyway anywayFence anywayF anywayFence
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TIRE OF PROHIBITION PROHIBITIONAlabama PROHIBITIONAlabama PROHIBITIONAlabama
Alabama Voters Show Sentiment in inFavor inFavor inFavor
Favor of Change in Law LawBirmingham lawBirmingham LawBirmingham
Birmingham Ala May IJ 2 2Democra Democratic Democraticprimaries Democradfprimarl h hprimaries
primaries primarl were ere held In Alabama m today todayfor todayfor todayroe
for State offices and estimated iaumated returns in indicate Inllcato Indicate ¬
dicate that Bonnet E t ONeal ON of Florence Ywrencehas Florencehas JIIoreIKlutl
has been nominated for governor The Thenomination TheDOIIaUOn Thenomination
nomination is I considered coASt Itd the tM6hedon same asolection as aselection
election electionThe 6hedonThe olectionThe
The election of ONeal O eal Is taken tak to tothat mean meuthat meanthat
that the people of C Alabama want a aflcatton modI modIAcatlon taodlfltatton
flcatton of the prohibition law lawA 1veomplet lawA
A complete change in the prohibition prohibitionlaw prebJattSOftSa prohibitionlaws
law Sa laws in n Alabama is looked for early next nextyear nextyeal nettyear
year yearWhile
While WbU returns will ill hardly rdly se received receiveduntil rteet rteetunut receiveduntil
until tomorrow at noon theIIIMU theIIIMUare theIadieations theIadieationsare the indication indicationare
are that the majority with a athn snaallor vet vetthan vote votethan
than in the constitutional amendment t in inNovember JIaNovember inNovember
November will be almost as great as was wasagainst wuapJual weeagainst
against that proposition propositionS
S S D Mallory Xa ory of Sehna S4IIaI8 was com comthe eourlBetd eourlBetdthe 11111 11111the
the candidate eaadl a who w would UeiJjM UeiJjMtonight Jss JII6o pro prolaws
h14 h14tosight Ja laws hIt It Is ° t IT ITtonlht
tonight that ONeals OMtat majority y Is bs bstween be between hetween
tween IfcOM e 00e and OML OMLCHICKENS l lCHICKENS
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CHICKENS WITH EXTRA LEGS LEGSVirginia LEGSIrglnlu LEGSirglnla
Virginia lips One Solution of lllcli lllcliPrice lIhhPrlcc liighPrice
Price Problem ProblemHarrteonburg ProhlemHanieonbu5 IroblcmHarrisonburg
Harrteonburg May 1 2Four Four extraor extraordinary egtreordtnary ¬
dinary freaks were born in thbj iltlrduring thbjduring thkdurln trorI
during durln the past week M M L W 3hen jr of ofNew ofNew I IN
New N w Market atk stands at the top with a agenuine agenuine agenuine
genuine live n fourlegged chicken The Thechicken Theehlekftl Thechicken
chicken cannot use the extra pair air of ofdrumsticks ofdramatlcka ofdrumsticks
drumsticks but carries them as excess excessbaggage exc excbqpre excessbaggage
baggage or a fifth wheelA wheel wheelA k kA
A threelegged thrfe chicken at Bridgewater Bridgewaterlived rdgewatolived tK tKIlvfCI
lived but a fen f hours At Date Enterprice Enter Enterprise Bat BatprI8e ¬
price a Jersey calf was boon Thursday Thursdaywithout Tbunday1thout Thursdaywithout
without the semblance of a tail And Andyesterday AndYNterday Andyesterday
yesterday at Cherry Grove a kitten emulated emu emulated llJUalee ¬
lated the calf by coming into the world worldtailless worldtameN worldtailless
tailless The knowing one blame it all allon allon allon
on Halleys HalJ 7s comet cometJURY cometJURY cometJURY
JURY WILL PROBE PROBELORIMER PROBELORIMER PROBET PROBESI1ecnal
LORIMER T L ELECTION ELECTIONSpecial ELECTIONSpecial
Special Panel Sworn in to toInvestigate toInvestigate
Investigate ChargesCt Charges ChargesChicago Za ZaChicago
Chicago Ct eaco May ra 2 ZTbe The special grand juryto Jury Juryto
to investigate State RepresentativeCharles Representative RepresentativeCharles Repro entatJve entatJveChArles
Charles A Whites Whlto charges cba es of bribery inthe in inthe Inth6
the legislature in ithe the election of United UnitedStates VnltedStates
States States Senator Se atCK Lorimer was sworn worn in intoday IntodIly Intoday
todayThe today todayThe todIlyThe
The inquisitors after being directed by byJudge b bJudge byJudge
Judge Kerston l ersion to make the investiga investigation JnvMtlpUon Investigation ¬
tion and told bj hsy r the court that there theroIs thereIs therer
Is no more iaeftiftHts 1 crlnif erlm f no more dan dangerous 1aaCMeuc dangerous < ¬
gerous crime thai thar4 the bribery of public publicoftlciate publicoOleta publicoficlals
oftlciate oOleta began their session and lie listened Us Ust lietoned ¬
toned t 1 to an address addr lll by Suite Suk Attorney AttorneyWayman Attorneyrllmll AttorneyWayman
WaymanThe Wayman WaymanThe rllmll rllmllThe
The prosecutor outlined to them Whites Whitescharges Whltesc White Whitecharges s
charges c ar that Representative ONefBrowne ONell ONellBrowne ONeilBrone 1
Browne of Ottawa the minority leader leaderhad leaderhad leaderhad
had paid him 1000 to vote ote for Lorimer Lorimerami Lorimerancl Lorimerand
and that Representative Robert E Wilson Wil Wilson u u8On ¬
son of Chicago had given Iven him WOO his hisshare hissharo hi hishare s
share of a general legislative corruption corruptionfund corruptionfund n nfund
fund known as the jackpotCharles Jackpot JackpotCharles jackpotCharles
Charles A At White the representative representativewho
who charged that ho was bribed with withloc h
81000 loc to vote ote for William Lorimer for forUnited forUnited forUnited
United States Senator went went ent before the thegrand therancl th thgrand e
grand rancl jury jury this afternoon and told hi his hisstory hiI s
Idi
story I tor of the relation of Lorimer He Hecarried Heearned i icarried i e
carried a jacket that WHO Believed to tocontain tocontln t tcontain °
contain letters and telegrams telegramsSenator tele1mlSenator telegramsSenator
Senator Lorimer arrived early at his hisnew hisnew hisnew s
new bank in the Rookery and went into intomeeting a ameeting ameeting
meeting of the directors It was 8 hinte hinteby hinted hintedby hintedby d
by Mr Ir Larimers Lorii ers friends that in answer answerto answelto answerto
to the accusations against him he might mightbegin mightbogtn t
begin suit for damages and compel his hteenomlcK hisenomlefl h henemies is
enemies to prove their charges or make makeamends makeamends makeamends
amendsCharles amends amendsChales amendsCh3les
Charles Ward Mr Ir Lorimors secretary secretaryarrived secIetaIJarrIved
arrived from from Washington with the lottowritten letter letterwritten lotterwritten r i
written by h White hlte to tho Senator in which whichthe whichth whichthe
the latter told of writing a 30000 3OOOOword 3OOOOwordstury vord vordstory or orstun d
story of his Springfield experiences Sen Senator Senator ¬ I
ator Lorimer said ho might roveal this let letCount tetter letter
ter
Count De LeviepK Injured InjuredBarcelona InJurcdBlircelonn
Barcelona May Ma 2 2Count Count de Lesseptoll Lesseps Lessepsfoil Leaepsrol1 s
foil today while flying a biplane an and andwas andwns d
was Injured about the face Ills ma machine machino machine ¬
chine was wreckedPosts wrecked wreckedFosla wreckedrolds
Posts Roach 2oc e and lOc Apiece Apiecevm ApieceTlh
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ROOSEVELT TRUNKS TRUNKSMISSING TRUNKSM TRU1KS1Forced
MISSING M SSING 1Forced FOR HOURS HOURSForced HOURSForced
Forced to Wear tV ear Gray Gra Suit at atDinner atDinner a aDinner t
Dinner at Palace PalaceEECEPTION l PalaceRECEPTION > alace alaceREOEPTION
RECEPTION AT THE LEGATION LEGATIONCatholic LEGATIONCnthollc LEGATIOCatholic N
Catholic and Lutheran Ilinhops of ofCopenhagen ofCopenhagen I ICOIcnhugcl
Copenhagen Present to Beet DLs DLslinprultlicd Dtitingulshed i itlnguhhcel
linprultlicd Traveler TrnTclcrCrowD Crown Prince PrinceDeliver PrlnccDelhlrll PruneDelivers
Deliver Speech of Welcome clcoJUc in inICnpllMh InKn i iEnglishPing n
ICnpllMh Kn EnglishPing lINbFlng Pltif Over Palace PalaceCopenhagen Palaceopooboep
Copenhagen May > 1 X hootly before beforerclodt I Ieciocfc I1hlt1
eciocfc t tttfs aitotso H rternn Osli QifrUN 1hlt1 nfmtttt ar oarhired arrhred arrtnd <
hired here safe and a a > + d sound 4 but t with con considerable ounI conmiderabN ¬
siderable agitation In the bosoms of him himself hhDM1f kissmelt ¬
I
self ana his suite Ult with the eroe eroeperhaps exception exceptionperhaps excetdenpera 1
perhaps et his valet valet whom nothing DOtb per perturbs perturb perturbo ¬
turbo turbsAfter turb turbAfter turboAfter
After leaving Hfanborg wher wherciparty the theparty tbeJty e
party changed can early Iy this morning morningcolonels monaIIagthe morningthe
the alarml alarming g fact tiros nal1aed that thatcolonels the thecoIODet
colonels baggage had gone astray astrayThe utrafThe astrayThe
The colonel was driven off with the thecrown tbecrown thecrown
crown prince to Amahenborg Amahen palace He Hewore Hewore H Hwore
wore a black sombrero and a gray grayutt flannel flannelsuit Ann Annsuit
suit utt
suitThe The colonel was met at the station 1Itatf by bytho bytho b bthe y
tho crown prince Dr Egan the theMinister American AmericanMinister AJIMicaatInlater
Minister and the members < of the Ameri American American Amerncan ¬
can Legation UOn the minister ml ter of foreign ar arfairs ar arlalre a afaire
fairs and the municipal authorities in infour Intour 4 4four n
four royal landaus 1an with coachmenfootmen coachmen and andfootmen aDdtootmeft
footmen in scarlet liveries liveriesThere 11 11There liveriesThere
There was a large crowd outside the thestation thestatio th thstation e
station whose hoH welcome was almost spent spentwhen seen seenwhen t
when he arrived but the crowds which whichlined wblchlined whichlined
lined the streets in the crater of th thcity the thecity theclty e
city cheered him heartily The King is isin I IIn Ii Iiin
in the south of France and was unable unableto unallto unableto
to receive the distinguished mtJ visitor visitorAVcnrs Yisttorcurs visitorWears
Wears curs Him JlI Gray Grn Suit SnitOwing SuitOwing SuitOwfnl
Owing to the failure of his trunks to toarrive t tarrive o
I Iarrive
arrive on time Col Roosevelt was cornpolled com compelled compelled ¬
pelled to wear a gray suit when he called calledon calledon cs1 cs1on led ledthe
ledr
on Prince Hans and Prince < Waldemar WaldemarHe WlJdemarHe r rHe
He appeared m In the same garb atdinner at the thedinner I IdlnBer
dinner at the palace but before it was wasover w wover a aover
over the errant trunks put in an appear appearance appearanee appearance ¬
anceMrs ance anceMrs aneeM
Mrs M Roosevelt and Miss M Ethel also were wereforced were wereforced wereforced
forced to dine in their street gowns but butall butall be beall t
all were enabled to appear at the bill brilliant brltllaat billcant ¬
cant reception at t the American lega legain legation legationIn idea
In conventional attire Besides all allhigh the thehigh thehlBh
high court officials ollie and the social nota rotabite 110 110blea i ibtes
bite Minister Egan had the CatholicLutheran Catholic and andLutheran andLutheran
Lutheran bishops of Copenhagen to meet meetthe meetthetonntJr mee meethe t
the thetonntJr former PresidentOn President PresidentOn PrMldentOn
On reaching the palace the Rooaeveltook Roosevelts Rooseveltstook Rooeeveltatook is
took tea with wit the crown crownl1DceA princess The Theonly Theonly Th Theonly
only ladles lIl les at a the th dinner at the palace palaceaside palaceIde palaceaside
aside Ide from the ladies of the court were wereMrs wereilrs wereMrs
Mrs Roosevelt Miss I Ethel and MrsEgan Mrs MrsEgan rs rsan
Egan an Th The male guests 18 included Minister MinisterEgan MinisterE8J Minisi MinisiEgan e
Egan and the members of th the Danish Danishcabinet Dantaht DantahDI DanielciibilaeL
cabinet cabinetDuring ciibilaeLDuring t
During DI the dinner the crown prince princearose prl c caDd
arose and in a few wellchosen words ex extended extended ¬
tended a + welcome to Col Roosevelt He Hesaid Hosaid H Hesaid
said that he h regretted hits fathers ther ab absence ab198DCe absence ¬
sence from the country and expressed expressedthe expreaedthe expr exprthe tamed
the desire deslr to welcome t the distinguished distinguishedguest dlatlngutabetlueat
guest ueat as well as he could himself tie t1espoko tl tlspoke tiespoke e
spoke in English EnglishAmtiNcd EnltshAmUNCtl EnglishAnttisetl
AmtiNcd by b EpisodeCol Episode KplsodcCol ItpllotleCot
Col Cot Roosevelt replied briefly brle y thanking thankinghis tbanklnghis
his host for his kindness klndn iJ He said that thatthe thattbe the thethe i
the princes greeting at t tho station wit was wasall s
all 11 that could have ba vo been gssired elrad red It Itseems Itseems I t
seems that the prince wag both amused amusedand amuedand amus ed
and delighted at the informal nature of ofthe orthe a athe f
the meeting me tfng between himself hlm elr and nd tho thocolonel thocolonel th thcolonel o
colonel at the railway station stationThe stationThe
The Danish court Is noted for Infer informality SnorIftftllty ¬
mality but the missing baggage e seemed seemedto seen d
topress to press heavily on Roosevelts mind mindNo mindNo miniNo
No sooner had he been b en presented to the theprince theprince
prince than he took the latter latters arm and andsaid andMid am tl
said I want to to toll you about my mybassas myoocsagt m ina inThe
bassas bassasThe oocsagt oocsagtThe a
The story stor was soon told and it p pthings put putthings putthings ut
things at once on a general footing ootJn
Roosevelt seems to have established establishedtwo establish establishtwo
two records at the royal palace The Thefirst Th
first was his dining there formally in inpray a afxray arat
pray rat flannel suit and the second con consrtgU conf do doslits n
slits f in the fact that he 5e e the th only pri private prlvine p pate ri ¬
vate vine + ate citizen who ever put up thero asguest as a aguest 3guo
guest guo l To this has been added a guard guardof StMlroot gear gearof d
of honor at the palace p lnco and the flying tI lnb of ofthe ofUle
the American flag flagIt flgIt
It Is whispered about that some of the theolder theolder lb lbolder e
older aristocrats arlst rats are not too well wellpleased wellplealed tine tinepleased tl
pleased with all this thisBoard thisBonrdll thisBoards
Board Dressed 7200 200 per 100 Feet F J eet eetFrank et etFrank
Frank Libbey CoM Co f th X Y ave AY Si
A FAKE FAKEA
A A sensational morning news newspaper new newPAp newspaper ¬
paper PAp r in doublecolumn dO > lecolunm long longprimer leng lengprimer ng ngprlmer
primer type with naming headlines head headlines be d dl1ftta ¬
lines yesterday y tQrd y cleared the po political peUtlcal poltUcal ¬
litical atmosphere for a few min minutes m a autes ¬
eros utes by b sayingThat saying sayingThat aIAgTbat
That Theodore Roosevelt Roosevelthad Roos Yelt Yelthad veithad
had written rl tlu several 11 letters lettersto l lettersto tterto
to President Pr ldent TaXt dearly HeIrt7t4teaUag dearlyindicating cleatiyindicating
indicating that thatJr he theroncfe theroncfely tborougbtadorses
ly indorses the present admlatNtration ad administration wISAllllatraUoR ¬
ministration ministrationThat SAllllatraUoR1t mlatNtrationThat
That Col Roosevelt had hadannounced IIadJIOuneed badannounced
announced JIOuneed as his choice for forgovernor fertoYernor forgovernor
governor of New ttW York Wil WiiIlaat William WU1Ia ¬
liam 1Ia Loeb jr collector tor et etthe cthe
the portThat port portThat porLnat
That COL Roosevelt in his hisletters It IteUeb hislette
lette letters eUeb m to President Taft TaftSenator Taftset4H TaftSlieater
Senator Root and CollectorLoeb Collector CollectorLeeb CoucLOrL
Leeb L declared land that his hisfdoa Aeci Sediston Aecisfo
sfo fdoa to remain in privatelife private privateHfa prtvatHt
life Ht was Anal flnaKThat lnalTlaat AnalThat
That That in I his letters l t l be 1 1ifcated Ia Iadleatecl ladicated
ifcated that he did not favor favorueh favorsuch a ahell
hell ueh persistent lusorsencr lusorsencras S15811CrJIIIIft
as wight endanger Republican Republi Republican tI tIcaD ¬
can can success at the pollsThat polls pollsThat OIILTbat
That he especially re requested TII requeststt ¬
quested I that no part of his hisletters hisNtte1 hisletters
letters Ntte1 be given It oat for pubIleauon pub publication ttaU ¬
lication IleauonThat licationThat taU
That he would not ma for forPresident forPresident
President t la I 11 lilt or for gov governor PyeJnor govsraor ¬
ernor or for Representative Representativeor
or for Senator bvt wonk wonkdeliver woo WOvhi wooengage
engage hi literary work a aIter and anddeliver
deliver Iter lecture lectureThat leet leetTllat lecturesThat
That the Republican par partys JUto partys ¬
tys to ittty ty was to support snpftortTaft supportTaft t tTatl
Taft and reelect himThat him himThat 1aI 1aITMt
That be approved approv thework the thework UMwork
work done for conservation conservationby COft8elYUoaG1tCenI
by QMCerd MachO but did didnot dWDOt didnot
not criticise his deposition depoetfcloafor
for insubordination insubordinationAll I
All these circumstantial state statements statemeats tate tatemeat ¬
meat met Immediate hD ate and author authoritative aulbor1taUye authorItative ¬
itative repudiation and denial delaJalfol1ow as asfollows
followsIresldent follows followsPresident fol1owPrclllclent
President Taft said Rlel be had hadreceived badrccehcd hadreceived
received no such tlcb letters lettersSenator lctterlScnntor lettersSenator
Senator Root said he had hadreceived hadrecchtd hadreceived
received no such letterCollector letter letter1Collector IltterCoIlcttol
Collector heel said Riel he had hadf badI hadI
I received no Much letters lettersNleholan lette letteXlcholaK
Nleholan Ioowortk Ionpr vorh Col ColItoenevcltn ColRoollcnIt1I ColRoosevelts
Itoenevcltn nuniaIaw paid paidlie saidlie aid aidhe
lie knew nothing notltlfl shout Ray aayfinch Raytlcb saysuch
finch tlcb letters bring received receivedby rcechcdb
by b anybody HiiylindyAnd HIIluuITAad anybodyAnd
And finally finallyCol nnaUrCot
Cot Roosc Rooiicvelt + clt himself inter lntervlewed interviewed nterIced ¬
viewed at Copenhagen author HMthorizcd a authorlied tkor tkorbcet
lied an emphatic cmph tlc repudiation of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the whole storyIt story storywas tol
I IIt
It was Rasa a fake Ieo ekea a betid Wdtt bold d ciut ciutsy i isy >
sy fake Thats all ailKgELGPHUGE allEL
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KgELGPHUGE IQ EL OF ij00E RDGE SHlPlAID SHIPLA SIIIP AID AIDPrincess D 1 1j
j I IPrInce
Princess PrInce Royal Will 111 He Lare Largest st Wnr WnrVessel Rn Rnrsscl ar arYes1tcl r
Vessel rsscl Afloat AfloatLondon AfloatLoadoD
London May 4a7 1 2At At BarrowtnFurnees BarrowtnFurneestoday BarrowIn7u BarrowIn7utcHIaJ BarrowfmlFntoday rnest
today the keel was laid of the bat batship battto batttoship battJbtp
ship btp Princess Royal the largest warship warshipof warshi p pof
of any navy in the world She willOf will IU Be Beof 6eOf
of 31060 080 tons displacement meDt and TO feet feetlong teetCOUNTESS fee t
long longCOTTNTESS
COUNTESS SZECHENYI ROBBEDIEbonr ROBBED BOBBEDICliony ROBBEDEhon
Ehon ICliony Cnftkct Containing Jewels JewelsWorth Jcwehforth JetivclWorth s
Worth tO0H > I 1M Taken TakenLondon lnlI R RLondon
London May > a7 2 2The Th Tbe correspondent correspondentthe of ofthe 0the
the Telegraph at Vienna has wired wiredpauper his bispaper hispaper
paper that tbat while returning retdTnl from America Americato 1 1to
to Hungary H the Countess Seecbenyl loft loftan kiltan
an ebony casket containing Jewel val valued yalued raltied ¬
ued at 10 MJ It has been diocove diocovethat discovered discoveredthat di8coftredthat
that they were w r taken so It is said by a aman AI AIman
man connected with 1th the th catering depart department clep1t1 clep1t1ment departmeat ¬
ment of the liner on which bleb the countess countesssailed coon coonsailed tedia I Isailed
sailed sailedFREED I
FREED J IN ll MANILA MANILABY MANILABY
BY SUPREME SUPRE ME COURT COURTPunishment COURTPUllishnlent
Punishment of Panl Weems WeemsFound V leem leemUnusually ceDIS ceDISFound
Found Unusually Cruel CruelThat CruelThat CruelThat
That a sentence of fifteen years at athard atham
hard and painful labor in chains a flee ftneof 1bMol fleeof
of 4006 pesos together with deprivation deprivationof n
of all cidaenship and parental rights and andpolice aDdpolice
police surveillance for the remainder remainderlife er of oflife GClUe
life was held by the Supreme Sup Court CourtCfU as ascruel
cruel CfU l and unusual punishment for fora such sucha
a slight offense as falsifying a govern government lOVerament governmeat ¬
ment voucher voucherPaul OUCheIPaul ouchesPaul
Paul Weems roeau disbursing dlllbandD officer ofPhilippine of the titePhiUpptno thePbUlpplnQ
Philippine Bureau of Coast G tr ard and andTransportation auadTraMportaUoa ane
Transportation was charged with 1ch falsi ff1tying falsifying falalty ¬
tying ty vouchers to the extent of td < tt pesos Jj08repreleDU pesosrepresenting j jrepresenting
representing repreleDU s the wages of two tight Mgtuhouse JtcbtMUM tighthouse
house keepers althougn it did not seem seemto eemto seento
to be shown OWA clearly that that he actually actuallyprofited actuallyproAted actitsU actitsUprofited r
profited by the th transaction transactionHte Uon UonHJa
His sentence w was 18 affirmed by the Phil Pionlpplne Philippine PhUIpplne ¬
ippine Supreme Sapre Court Under the thestringent thest lb e
stringent st ent law regarding tampering t3111 with withpublic withpuWIc wi wipublic
public documents the minimum minim penalty penaltyfor penalt penaltfor 11117 11117for y
for such offense o eue Is fixed at twelve years yearswith rearswith yearswith
with the accessory a penalties named Thte Thtewas Thiawas
was held by the court yesterday to come comewltMn MwltMn ceaseand
wltMn the prohibition against cruel and andunustral aAdunU
unustral unU Ulll punishment punishmentAs
As the penalty could not be reduced reducedbelow rectueclbelow d
below twelve years the judgment J t of the thePhilippine tbePhntpplne
Philippine courts was reversed and andWeems andee a aWeems
Weems ee UI was w ordered set at liberty libertyJustice IIber17Tu libertyJustice
Justice Tu tlce White hlt4l delivered an unusually unusuallystrong in u uanstronc tally
strong dissenting dia8enU opinion in which he hereferred Iereferred S Sreferred
referred to the majorltj decision M Mdestructive 3dMltrucUv6
destructive of government lOvernment and an as assertion ¬ I
section of the right of the Supreme SupremeCourt SupremeCourt Sups SupsCourt ems
Court to deal with 1th Congress C 1n in n the matter matterof matterof matte matteof r
of lesjslative power The principle laid laiddown laiddown
down applied not only to1 to the Philip Philippines PhlUppinel Pb1U Pb1Upines p ¬
pines but to the United t noted States as wit witand well welland wenand 1 L
and he regarded it as S a 5 dangerous cJa er0U8 en encroachment or orcroachmeat ¬ j
croachment upon the legislative les181a + e power powerKilled
1 1lUlled
Killed liy I Live IVIr IVIrMontezuma Ir F
Montezuma lad May Ia 1Marlin i Marvin Brad Bradley DnwIley ¬ I
ley a boy swinging here today to T oa a alooeo
loose guy wire ir which crossed alive live wir wire wirewearing e I
wearing off the Insulation could not Wlrej let letgo 14ttso 1 1go M
go A second boy caught cau bt hold Of him himand
and could not let go and so a third boy boya bo y I
a fourth boy pulled them loose I loseBradley The TheBradley rta1
Bradley boy is dead deadClear deadCJCftr deadClear
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Clear StrlpM fo foFrank for FI Fly Screen Ic 11 Ft F I IFrank
Frank Llbbey Abbey S Co 6th N T av avet ave I Ir t
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G i1ftIi t W P U 1 TRUSTEES TWEESNeedham TRU TRUSTEESPARTITH TE TEr
r PARTITH RT WITH HE HENeedham HEAD HEADeedham
N Needham Resignation Resignation Is Ac Accepted C Ccepted ¬
b bce
cepted ce ted After Debate DebateTHANKED DebatefHANKED DebateTIiAilTllD
THANKED FOR SERVICES SERVICESResolution SffiRVICESItesolution SERVICESesolution
Resolution R Bears No Reference Referenceto teferenc teferencto teferencato
to Controversy ControversyPrcitldcnt ControelsyIrellldcnt Controversyr ControversyPresident
r
Prcitldcnt Tendered III lib Resignation RcnlirnntlonlMt RCllhnntloDLnlllt ResignationLast
lMt Week eeL Because lie Believed BelievedIlls DeUevedJIb 1 1Ills
Ills Usefulness had Ended and andAction nndetlol1 andAction
Action etlol1 by the Hoard Wiis UII Deferred DeferredUntil DeferredUntil DeferredUntil
Until Yesterday YClltcrduUctirluJ Retiring Presi President Prcldcnt President ¬
dent Will 111 Practice Lair Here HereA HcreAUer llereAfter
After A tr a senslon sssd is of twer hone hours behind behindclosed 1 ebInddaMd behindclosed
closed doors the trustees of George GeorgeWisHliigtan GiIorgeW George11aWa6tla
WisHliigtan W UnNwvtly U accepted see the thertsegnstlon theresipartisa
rtsegnstlon of President Charles Willis WillisIt WillisNeedham
Needham It < eedhtm yesterday J y afternoon afternoonThe afternoonThe
The resolution accepting dDr the resignationembodied resignation resignationembodied rMtpt1onbodied
embodied bodied thanks for bIB labors lahorsDr laborsDr
Dr Needham 1 ee win finally sever Ma conmtlon con connection conJMeUon ¬
nection with the university on August t 31nd 31 31and 31aact
and a nd will return to tbe practice of law kwheager lawMeager lawcJeaUe
Meager details of the manner a m which whichthe whichhe
the t he resignation pat wa was received were wee al allowed allowed a aowed ¬
lowed t to escape the trustees room The Thedebate Thedebate Thedeflate
debate aa to whether the resignation resignationshould relllpaUonbouJd resignationshould
should be accepted was heated tecI it Is said valids saidas saidu
as a s a result of the controversy coatro which hasraged has hasraged hasraced
raged around arotui d Dr Needham dating the thelast thelut theItat
last year earXo yearco
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ne resolution tonotl tonotltJae tofoessolwd
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into to otter bands the rrtfence DI d the affaire fain cf cffa e etioD efaatitation
faatitation fa Ut aoo tioD in the maMwenxnt Dt d which ct1 be hn ti tithe > f 1 1die rthe
the pact debt jfaw IUS participated jowtly with t tof t tur tether
ur meben d the terrral boards of tra trutc trutcla trt trtIa u uIt
la an ties t teats he ba bas labond with an anto anto > e eahtde
ahtde to the MrtMt Rood d UM natewdty s afm ard arddear J l ldtareoaceptloa
fm a dear dtareoaceptloa coooeptioo at its BsefiUana t tee teeXatiooal tneCapital teasn
Xatiooal Capital and adbe n tir tbarcfew thInf d ese to the notice Ho Hohaa HeIftt
be haa abova teat ioteQlrmoe wnarMih anae eb deTVte drr c1tTHrl c1tTHrlIDe t ttee l lflee
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etada tIe snot taker etacaMtaBCM dr fbfr ester rxtecl rxteclIMr d da
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sen e esce IB th tile podia of k kecjlaa as s tb eais toarrnni IiIIIdtutioI i r VP VPrank 9te
te be rank of a tmrmsitjr tJ and their belief trst trstthe tLotthe
the etlaestiepd 4n ttiasal arftatzatinn faentA under his dac dacUoa c ctiDe dreca
a tiDe n te a noKaauil bltaDtial foowJation f bOI1 upon widen to totabUsfa totaIIUIb c ctablNt <
tabUsfa a nnJwenttj noha a adapted to ee coodtttona dt csis at tna tnaCause t tRat e
Rat f1l > eaeeettrst eaeeettrstCause
f1lCRtIe
Cause at Hi his Resignation ResignationIn
In a statement given VeD out by Dr leed leedAsst I Xt < fee > r rbalD < i iham
ham Jut week he asserted that he had hadresigned hadreeicDed
resigned because INca bis personal loyalty t tGeorge h hGeor tGeorge
George Washington University merstt prompted promptedhim prompt 1 1him 1him
him to withdraw when he believed hi his histtsefuhMsa hioiu s susefulness
usefulness u had ended He hinted that thatfo thattONee
fo tONee ee were at work thai tended toward towardbreaking towardbrealdD towardbreaking
breaking brealdD down the university system 8St m and andto an1to
to cause it to retrograde to the old co cothose Cftese col colloge
loge idea 1D deftaDee or the wishes r rthoee fthose
those who contributed to the endowmert endowmertThe endonetTM endownetThe
The resolution adopted a yesterday y 1 1the 10 10the 1the >
the trustees was emphatically esopbstitaah + In favor favorof taoof favorOf
of carrying out President Pr Needhanis Needhanisplans lIeedham lIeedhampiau
plans and it gave him credit for laying layingthe larin larinthe laI laIthe
the foundation at least Jeeat of a great in institution llat1llltioD i
stitution at1llltioDAction
stitutionAction
Action nt First Deferred DeferredPresident DcCcrreflPrNldent DeferredPresident
President Needhsm offered his resignatien resigna resignation resignation ¬
tion to the trustees at a routine meeting meetingla meetir meetirwt meetinglast
la wt t Wednesday afternoon Action was wasdeferred w 1 1defernd t tdeferred
deferred until yesterday when no otherbusiness other otherbusiness othebUflnese
business was discussed discussedDr discussedDr discussedDi
Dr Needham said last night he would wouldmake Wouldmake wouldmake
make no further statement as to his rca reasons rt3BODS rcasoas ¬
sons for quitting qult George Washington W on Ho Hoready H Hwas Hnwas
was not surprised at the ready accertanee accept acceptance rt rtanee ¬
anee of his retirement by tB t trustees trusteesand Umtee5Me trusteesand
and aD announced Oufteed he will continue In InAce inAcc r rAc
Ace until the last day of August accord according accordlaC accordlag ¬
lag to their wish wishDr wIDr NISIDr
Dr Xeedham was chosen president of ofGeorge ofGeore ofGeorge
George Washington 3Sh on In U03 Prior Priorto to that thattime thattime thatnuke
time he had practiced law in Washingt n aand na1l4 nand
and Chicago o and was a prime motor j ia iathe t tthe ttbe
the organisation of Chicago University UniversityHe UnhersltH
He H was u one oC Its board fSf d trustees trU ITn ITnCTganiaed HlorpnRd H Horsitn1aKd
CTganiaed and was elected dean of t tSchool tSchool n nSthool
School of o Comparative Jurisprudence al a aDiplomacy < l lDipknnacv
Diplomacy DipknnacvFUllS DiplomacyFURS
FURS HIDE BATHING SUIT SUITWanlitiiFTton SUITWashington UIT UIT811llll1lton
Washington Woman 1lns Vln Ins Wager AVaperl altr rby r rh
l h by y Taking Plunge In Ocenn OcennAtlantic OcennAt1anUc OceanAtlantic
Atlantic City N J tMay May 2 2Mrs Mrs n Joseph Jo Joseph J JJMph ¬
seph MacLean aern of Washington D Dcreated Ccreated C Ccreated
created s sensation u on the beach today todaywhen toda todawhen todabea >
when bea s aairoalhced talJteI walked to the surf wrapped in ina ina
a fur coat coat which she discarded at the thewaters thewaters thewaters
waters edge e e to appear to a bathing suit suitMrs suitIn suitlira
Mrs McLean plunged into the breakers breakersand breakrgaDd breakersend
and swam for nearly 17 a quarter of a man mil milon
o 0 on shore before she returned retm ned Several Severalhundred Seeralhundnd
hundred spectators gathered to watch iho ihofeat 1holet rhofeat
feat let which was reported to be the resultof result resultof resultoC
of a wager wagerPORMEE wqerFORMER
FORMER JUDGE BELL KILLED KILLEDProminent KILLEDProminent
Prominent Kentucky Kcntuek Lawyer LRw cr Victim Victimof Ylctlmor
of Accident tit Seattle SeattleSeattle SenttlcSeAttle SeattleSeattle
Seattle Wash May y 1 2Former Former Judge JudgeW TudrW JudgeW
W C Belt of Harrodsburg was U killed killedtest kfll d dJut
test night in n the collision between a pas passenger p3 p3lelt8er pasconger ¬
conger car of the Seattle Rekton Houston Uon and andSouthern andovthera
Southern Electric Railroad Rat and a coal coalcar coalear
car Mrs d rsroar rs Bells skull was fractured and andshe ande
she may die dieHarrodsburg dieH
Harrodsburg H Ky May a7 2 3Formfr 3FormfrJucJp Former FormerJudge
Judge W t C Bell was one of the most mostprominent mostplCtlldftent
prominent lawyers in this State He was wasat 1rasat
at the time of his death a prospective prospectivecandidate JI08pe prospectivecandidate tl 8 8CD4IcJate
candidate for the Dernoraatig Democrat Dem nominationfor nomination nominationfor DOIIIina tlon tlonfor
for attorney general of the State StateI State StateI lateLid
I I Lid id In Off parT CfarrChicago faryChap <
Chicago May 2 ± osier Alter two years of ofenforced ofOfttorcl4
enforced prohibition 10 1 saloons Iooa opened openedtoday openedUHtaI
today m hi Gary Ind the model steel steeltown st l
town 1 which recently voted wet There Therewere Thereft1
were ft1 not not8uale1ft Acqsu sufflcei > ficiEt t vacant buildings m mGary InOery n
Gary to accommodate a4 oaunodate the persons who whowished whowished hl hlwt
wished to open saloons saloonsFlooring saloonsFlooring loou loouFloorlnr
Flooring Alabama Al bomn Good 225 Z 100 Ft
Fr1nk Li4beI L1l > ber Co 6th 8 N a AY b

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