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DPAPEROF A QUALITY PAPER OF OFQUALITY THE WASHINGTON WASHINGTONWASHINGTON WAS HINGTON HERALD HERALDNO LARGEST l CIRCULATION CIRCULATIONTWO G STMORNrNG MORNING MORNINGCIRCULATION D DQUALITY S
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NO 1306 WASHINGTON D C WEDNESDAY MAY 1AY 4 1910 1910TWELVE TWELVE PAGES TWO CENTS
R RATE TE Bill VICTIM VICTIMur VICTIMof
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TaWs T fts Programme Faces Im Imminent Imo Immipent Imniiiient ¬
o
mipent minent Defgat DefjJatG Defptao
00 G O P LEADERS PUZZLED PUZZLEDAdmit PUZZLEDAdmit PUZZLEDAdmit
Admit Party No Longer Has HasWorking IlasWorking
Working 1 orldng Majority MajoritySpectacle M MajoritySpectncle jolit jolitSleetnele
Spectacle 1reicntcd In Senate of ofIlcorKnnlzntlnii ofUeorJtnnlzntlon ofltcorganlznttoii
IlcorKnnlzntlnii IteimlilicniiR Ih lnthllcnnR Com Combining Comhlning CootItlniiig ¬
bining with Democratic 3Ilnorlty 3Ilnorltyto Jllnorlt Jllnorltto
to Vote Out of Administration AdministrationMeasure AdmlnlMtrntionIonlmrc 4tdzuliilstrntlenMouture
Measure 11 Proposition Pledged by byPint byllnUormAlmoMt ity1lgtt
Pint llnUormAlmoMt form fornltlIttoMt Almost UnnnlmouilPrMldt Uiiunlinnu UiiunlinnuPresident UnnltlnlouMProdnt
President Taffs Tat pro aJlNlt Of lestela lestelatloa Met8lntlOft Igkttion
tloa te tkreataned t rt6ft with 1tA emssetilation If Ifnot Itnot f fnot
not complete OOlllPl te defeat a U a result of tbtj Ull UllchaolSc th thchAOtIc
chaotic condition in the 1Js Senate mud iid the theHOIM tbelIOUtICIo thiHouiti
HOIM HOIMRepublican lIOUtICIo lIOUtICIoRepu HouitiRepublican
Republican leader In Congress CODIT hare harereached hsvsresdiei I Ireaelttd
reached the th stage tal Lgi where wb they are wlUiajte wllItItsto wlUiaj
to Admit the Republican party part no longer longerhas leogorhai
has a rsspsHSiUla working majority in ineither Iaeltbtr Ineltbe
either House 11 and ad that th it te S dlflteuU to totell totell totefl
tell from day to day in what wha t direction directionthe directionthe diriCtiORS
S the weather vane of legislation will 111 poiat poiatThe pOtatThe pottThe
The spectacle was 1 presented yertetday yertetdayin
in the tb Senate of organization RepubU Republicans RepubUana RepubUcane ¬
cans ana combining eGOIb with the tb Democratic Democraticminority Dmoerat1emiDorit DemocraticmInocty
miDorit minority to vote out of an n administration administrationbill dmInItratiflnbill
bill a proportion pledged by the Re Republican n npubtlau Republican ¬
publican national platform and advocated advocatedby adVOCAtedby adVOCtdby
by a Republican President PresidentThe PrMldentTbe P10IdOntTb
The Tb eection 7 of the he Taft railway railwaybill raJl1lL7bi1 raIwayInli
bill bi1 which opens the way 7 for or the making makingof
of traffic agreement eemenl8 between railroad railroadwas rn rnwu raiLroadswas
was the provision thrown overboard and andthis andtbls andthis
this was followed by a a further lighten lightening ll lightenIng < bt btID ¬
ing ID of ballast in the sacrifice of o section
12 which would have ba ve legalised le 1J1Ied mergers mergersbetween JDerBII8tWeft mergesbtWtin
between tWeft competing eompetl roads roadsMouse roadiIIoitc l lUOu3e
Mouse ISunjr llto Too TooWhile TotWhile roo1Ie
While 1Ie the organization leaders in the theSenate theBenat theSenate
Senate were thus engaged In yielding tothe tothe to tothe
the superior 101 strength 8t th of the insurgents insurgentsthe Ia8ul ntathe Insurgentsthe
the House was w not idle It also dropped droppedsection droppedaeeUoa droppedsection
section 7 from rrOm the bill MilMany billXany billtny
Many tny regular Republicans In the House Housejoined HoUllejoined Housejoined
joined with the Insurgents and Democrats Democratsin DemocnLIn
in killing this section Members ember of the theHouse thet
t House were afraid of the cry that was wasbeing wnaoJ wasbeIng
oJ being beln raised ta that section 7 If enacted Into Intolaw IInoJa Intolaw
law Ja w would repeal the Sherman antitrust antitrustlaw antltrustla antitruntlaw
law la so far as it affects railroads railroa They Theyhad TbeybaCt Theyhad
had visions of angry constituents asking askingthem askingthem king kingtb
them tb to explain Increased freight r bt rates ratesTht rataTile ratesTh
Tile Th railroad Ibosd bill WM the keystone k toae of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Taft tefiaiathre lIatfv tfy programme and ad administration admtnIelrsUon d dmlnlcraUon ¬
ministration leaders in Congress Con are fear fearful tearful fearful ¬
ful of the effect that this routing of the theTaft theTatt theTaft
Taft forces will have on other measures measuresrecommended meaaurnrecommended measuresrecommended
recommended by the President PresidentThere PrMtdentTh PresidentThese
There Th e Is dissension cJlAeSoneyen even among amOl1 Repub Republican Republican RepublIcaat ¬
lican regulars r in the Senate over the cur surrender currender ur urreneler ¬
render on the trafficagreement provision provisionMore provisionMore
More than one of the socalled ocal conserva conservatives conMrY1Ltlvee conservatires ¬
tires declared edar emphatically that tbat1Jrre they theye thyssI4unsipp6ferred
ssI4unsipp6ferred e la Jsaes i syafanred 1Jrre to stand eiaac1 by tn their theirguns Th Thguns
guns n and go down to defeat before the theInsurgents thehunlr theInsurgents
Insurgents enw rather than to have turned turnedtheir turnedtheir turnedtheir
their backs and joined with the Demo Democrats Democrat Demoerats ¬
crats crat in dropping a proposition promised promisedby promlHdby promisedby
by the Republican national platform and andadvocated anddvocated andadvocated
advocated by Mr r Taft TaftThe Taft TaftTbo TaftTho
The tSUcfttkms are that the success successof succesaof uceeaoe
of the Senate Insurgents in killing
sec sections HetloM seetIots ¬
tions 7 and 12 of the railroad Mil has hasonly huonly hasonly
only whetted their appetite and that thatthey thatthey thatthey
they are preparing to oppose the regu regulars r rIan reguun ¬
lars un on other sections of the bilL bilLInvorcil bltlnorUlI billPatorcil
Invorcil norUlI Jiy I Aldrich AldrlchSenator AlllrichSeaator AldrichSenator
Senator Aldrich and
his supporters are arein areI areIn
I in favor now it Is understood of drop droppins dropplDlf dropping
pins sections U M and IS 1 from the rail railway railWy railway ¬
way MIL These are the section cr t provid providing rKovkl1n rroyIdlog ¬
1n log < for the regulation rl5Ula Uoa of the capitalisa capitalisation eapltatlxUoaa cspftzllsaties ¬
ties of railroad corporations and aimed aimedchiefly aimedhi aimedchiefly
chiefly hi eaT at the prevention of stock water watering waterIn waterIng ¬
ing In
The argument advanced T by > jr administra administration admlnlatraUon administration ¬
tion Senators is that this Is a doubtful doubtfulnew doubtfulheld < Ioubtful11eld
new of legislation and that the sections sectionsengrafted
J engrafted e tted are unsatisfactory both to the
friends and the critics of the bill billThe billThe bILLThe
The Insurgents served notice on the theadministration theadmnistratjo
administration Senators that they will willnot willnot 111 111not
not consent to the elimination of these thesesections thesesections
sections Uone from rein the Mil and that they in intend Intend ¬
tend to o make a light t for the adoption of ofamendments oeamondmonUi ofamendments
amendments that they have ottered otteredThis otteredThla offeredThis
This Interesting InterU situation well illus illustrating JUuatratlng Illstriting ¬
trating the tangled condition of affairs
In Congress CO 8t is accordingly presented presentedSenators pre presentedSaunters ented entedSenators
Senators who have assumed aasum the task taskof taskot tackof
of steering the Taft bills through that thatContinued thatContlnucd thatContinued
Continued on Inge I Column 5 5MARK lit litMARK 5LA1tK
MARK TWAINS WILL FILED FILEDEntire FILEDEntlrc PILEDIntIre
Entire Entntc Entat of Humorist lIumnrl t Goc GOCII to toIlls tonlll tolila
Ills Sole Surviving Daughter DaughterBridgeport DnuJhttrBridcoport DaughterBridgeport
Bridgeport May ay a IUnder Under the will of
1 Samuel L Clemens Clem Mark Iark Twain filed filedfor
for probate at Redding Reddln today Clara ClaraLangdon ClaraLan ClaraLangdon
Langdon Lan don Clemens wife 1C Of Oeslp Gabril Gabrilowltsch GabrtlowJtxb Gaisilowltscb
owltsch sole IIOJ surviving aun1vl daughtar dau htfr of tho i iJat
late Jat humorist inherits his picturesque picturesqueRedding PleturOfMIueRedding
Redding home and all other real and andpersonal andpellOnal ajpersonal
personal estate estateThe Mta estateThe t tThe
The will 111 provides first for the imme ¬
diate payment to his two daughters Joan Joanand Joonand Jeanand
and Clara the former of f whom died diedafter dlodafter diedafter
after the will 111 was drawn but before her her8thor
fathers 8thor death of 5 per cent of f all ready readymoney readymon
money mon of his estate tate as a soon as possible
The remainder of the estate wa wac w to be
divided Into two triwt funds un4 the Income
from which was to be enjoyed by hits hiedaughters hitsdaughters
daughters who were to be paid
quar quarterly quarterly quaytony ¬
terly terlyTho terlyTho tonyThe
Tho will says saysWithout saSWithout saysWithout
Without power of anticipation and andfree aniifree nd ndreo
free reo from any n7 control or interference of ofany ofan ofSn
any an husband she 0 may have have7 have7The c cThe c cThe
The death of Joan Clemens last Christ Christman ChratmM Christman
man leaves leav Clara now the sole heir to tothe tothe tothe
the entire estate e Until the Appraisers Appraisersreport appralersreport appraj apprajreport
report tho value Iua of the estate tate will be beunknown beunknown beunknown
unknown unknownTmlfirc unknownJuIIJe unknownTutlgc
Tmlfirc Edvrnrd T Bartlett Dcnd DcndAlbany DenlAlban DcnilAlbany
Albany Alban X X Y May 3Judgo 3 JtHlgo Edward Edwardtonight EdwardT
T Bartlett oC the Court a of Appeals Appealstonight ppoaI qlOd qlOdtonlght
tonight at tho Albany IOOn Hospital after an anIllness anUlne anIllness
Illness s of throe Ho
days suffered sufferedBtroke a aBtroko astroke
stroke of apoplexy while dining In tho thoAlbany thoAlbany theAlbany
Albany Club last Saturday evening
Judge Bartlott came of Now England an ancestry ancestry ancestry ¬
cestry He was born in Skaneatelesand Skaneatelesandas Skaneateles anti antivac
vac as In his hi sixtyninth year
4
WEATHER FORECAST FORECASTFor FORECAST FORECASTFor
For the District of Columbia ColumbiaPartly ColumbiaPartly ColumbiaPartly
Partly cloudy clout and cooler today todaytomorrow todaytomorrow todaytomorrow
tomorrow fair fnirand and warmer warmermoderate warmermoderate warmermoderate
moderate north to northeast northeastwinds northeastwi northeastwinds
winds windsCOMING wi windsCOMmG n ds dsCOMING
COMING OF KIN BENEFICIAL BENEFICIALMexican BENEFICIALIexlcnn BENEFICIALMexlwtn
Mexican Millionaire llecovern Ucc rll on onSeel onScclnJ oncelttg
Seel ScclnJ celttg n f IIlN 1OS 1O UcJiecmlnnta UcJiecmlnntaCalves DcccntlnntGaJvHton DesceitdnniiGalveston
Calves Galveston ton Te T3 May II i 3Feartng Fearing that thatdeaib thatd1 thtdeai
deaib wa wac near and that he must say saygoodby aygoodb sayg004b7
goodby goodb to alt 11 his h kin kin Bvaristo Madero Maderothe Maderothe Maderothe
the multimillionaire of Monterey lIon terey Max Maxwho Mixwho Ix Ixwho
who is sojourning Jour In San Antonio Tex Texrequested Texreluntecl Texreiuested
requested that his family tamll mlIy come on to see soahim Ie Iehim seehim
him himA
himA
A special train was engaged enS1t led and when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the reunion took IMaGO it was found that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the family comprised 106 I children ehWronehlld gpuid gpuidchildnen gjandchlidmn
childnen ehlld n and greatgrandchildren He H has hasfourteen hasrourt hasfourteen
fourteen rourt en sons and daughters and is isseventythree IIIeevent7tbree issesentythree
seventythree years old oldThe oldThe oldThe
The gathering of the small am U army had a agood apod agood
good effect and his hi physician pronounced pronouncedhim pronounceclhim pronouncedhim
him Improved from the attack of pneu pneumonia pneumonia pneutnonl ¬
monia but not entirely enUreJ out of danger dangerHA dangerHft dangerI1f
HA I1f Is i the 0 largest lar eet cattle owner In InMexico inMexico n nre
Mexico re lco rIM wealth Is reported to be beabout beabout beabout
about ttMOMKH emooo or aOOOOOI JO0 < X > OCO He He Heformerly was wasformerly wacformerly
formerly and for many years governor o oCoahulla ot oCoahuiia
Coahulla CoahullaDESERTS CoahuilaDESERTS CoahuiiaDESERTS
DESERTS A BRIDE BRIDEJO BRIDETO BRIDEdTO
JO TO WED ED SISTER SISTERHero SISTERHero SiSTERHero
Hero of Many Man Wars V illS Accused Afceusedby AccusedbJ Aciiscdby
by Pittsburg Woman WomanPlttabwg WomanPtttsburg Von1anptt
Plttabwg ptt Pa May MIL 1Col Col James JamesTetlow 1 T TTeUo TTetlow
TeUo Tetlow according to his first wife wlf here hereand ber berand hereand
and to papers furnished by her to the po poHco po poleo p0lico
Hco leo today has ba committed bigamy In Inleaving 1ftJvlne Inleaving
leaving with the eighteenyearold sister sisterof lletroC Materof
of his bride bride to whom he had ben mar married married marrInd ¬
ried less than five 6v ve months monthsMrs monU monUMrs monthsbIra
Mrs bIra Tettew formerly tOlflMlI Miss Clare Clan Jor Jordan Jordan Joeden ¬
dan of the North N orUt Side de today t < entered enteredsuit enteredt enteredsuit
suit t against t her husband bueba d CoL James T TTetlow TTeUow TTetiow
Tetlow U S S A retired charging him himwith himwith himwith
with bigamy She Sta has furnished her mar marriage marrIa marriage <
riage papers to the police and the mar marrlao marusa I Irlage
rlage usa license Hceus records show bow that Tetlow on onlast on1aat onlast
last Saturday took out a license and was wumarrle4 wasmarried I Imarried
married to Miss M Ethel Jordan eighteen eighteenyears ei8hteenoklo eighteenyears
years old oklo okIi a a sister of the woman who whoclaims whoclaims ho hoctatma
claims to be his first wife wit witredow wifeTetlow t tTetlow
Tetlow In n taking out his license swore sworethat sworethat Ore Oretbathe
that tbathe he had not been previously married marriedFrom marriedFrom marriedFrom
From papers furnished by the deserted desertedyoung de desertedyoung rled01dC
young 01dC woman Tetlow appears to have havebeen ha havebeen n nbftn
been Indeed a a soldier of fortune Ac Accordmg Mco AccordiNg
cordiNg co to his wife wife he was as one oC the thefirst theftnt thetint
first to reach r the crest of San Juan 11111 Hillwith 11111wJtb 11111with
with Roosovelt It te also 180 shown that thathe Uaatbe thathe
he was some years ago a decorated with withthe withthe withthe
the cross of the French Legion of Honor Honorand HOftOIanc1 Honorand
and be was the recipient of a commend commendatory COIJUMIIdator commendtory ¬
tory letter fron trOll Lord Roberts for braY bravery braYery bearmy ¬
ery shown on the field In the tit Boer war warwhen warwhen warwhen
when be was a member of the Fifth FifthLancers JtftbLancera FifthLanoere
Lancers LancersHe LanceraHe LanoereHe
He bears a scar on his h cheek which whichhe whlehhe whichhe
he says was given Yen him In the Boer war warand warad waramd
and ad of which bleh he Is very proud His wife wifesays wittN wifesays
says N he was formerly connected with withthe withthe withthe
the First United States Volunteer Cav Cavalry Cavair Caylry ¬
air lry Last year at New York he took tookfirst tookant woklirE
first prts P prize at t the mounted sword on con consort CODi cooiss ¬
iss i N bers is COIIc eaaisst eC th tht
ior sort t now ow on onin oi te Ne few Turk erk wife 1C isov T Tthinks i ithinks
thinks tbl that he may be there thereAccording thereAccordlnlf I IAecording
According to information given the thepolice UtepoHce I Ipolice
police by Mrs Tetlow the th military man mancome mancom mancome
come com of one of the bestknown families familiesin famU famUIn
in Maine but for certain reasons the thepolice thepoJlIe th thpolice
police will not make known the th family familyconnections tamIlyconnections familyconnections
connections connectionsSENATOR connectionsSENATOR connectionsSEATOR
SENATOR LORIMER LORI1ERTO LORIMERTO LORIMERTOGOBEFOREJURY
TO TOGOBEFOREJURY TOGOBEFOREJURYWill GO BEFORE JURY JURYWill JURYViII
Will Be e Witness in Legisla Legislative LegisJative Legislative ¬
tive Scandal Case
Chlea Chicago May 2 JSenator Senator William 1Ilta Lori Lorlmer Lorimer Lenmer
mer is to be a witness Wlta before the grand grandjury grandJury rand randjury
jury probing the legislative lalathe scandal The Thejunior TheJunior Thejunior
junior Senator was to have appeared at atStates atStates t tStates
States Attorney ttorn Waymans yman omce o elite lee today todayami todAyI todayand
I and his visit delayW de l
was only on ac account account ¬
I count of the absence b8en of the public prose prosecutor proeecutOf prosecutor ¬
cutor cutOf from his desk deskIt de deskIt k kIt
It was wa said that the Senator was W to be begiven besiven begiven
given an opportunity to go before the theJurors thejurors thejurors
Jurors and tell hte hi side of the case of ofalleged orall ofalleged
alleged all ged bribery briber in his election The news newsthat noStllat newsthat
that Lorimer was a to be heard by the in inquisitors InIulsltor hituisitors ¬
quisitors Iulsltor bolstered up the hope of those thosewho thoeewho thosewho
who have iave been figuring that the confes confession conf confon confesaba ¬
aba on of Representative Repre entatlve Charles A White Whitewould Whitswould Yhltewould
would not stand grilling rlUln by b the grand grandjurors grandjurors grandjurors
jurors unless unle corroborated corrob rated more definitely definitelythan deftnltelythan deftultelythan
than It has been by tho evidence adduced adducedthus adducedthus adducedthus
thus far farAttaches farAttaches
I IAttaches
Attaches of the states tate attorneys ttorney ofnco ofncoare oflkoare otSeeare
are Inclined to the opinion that the grand grandjury grandjur grandjury
jury jur already lread has Its It mind made up over overthe overthe overthe
the big scandal and that a true bill will willbo wfllbo willbe
bo returned returnedAnother returnedAnother returnedAnother
Another member of tho legislature has hasconfessed hasconfee hasconfessed
confessed ed concerning alleged bribes paid paidin pklIn paMIn
in connection with the election of Sen Senator Senator Seaator ¬
ator Lorimer LorimerThte LorimerThll LonimerThis
This report which became current thi thievening thiovenlnJ this thisevening
evening threw the ranks of tho State StateleKiHlators StateleJi Statelegislators
legislators leJi latoNl Into fresh panic panicWho panicW panicSrho
Who W o squealed was the question in inthe intlie Inthe
the minds of the LorlmerBrowno co cohorts cohfor cohrts ¬
horts hfor White was wa to have testified teetl od to today tod today ¬
day d before the special grand Jury jur but buts butsstldde a asudden asuddeti
sudden and spectacular s tneulBr move by b States StatesAttorney StateoAttorney StatesAttorney
Attorney SVayman Yayman caused the Investiga Investigation Investigation InvestigaLion ¬
tion to be Interrupted for a day dayThe dayThe dayThe
The prosecutor pro ocutor disappeared for the thenight thenhht thenight
night and practically nractlcnll for all day and it itwas Itwa itwas
was wa loam that he had spent s nt the night nightIn nightin
In the Grand Pacific Hotel questioning questioningtwo fJuUonintwo
two new witnesses who were reported to tohave tohave tohave
have mado important confessions and to tohnVe tobe tohtve
hnVe confirmed Whites story of alleged allegedbribery aU allegedbribery Ctl Ctlbrl
bribery brl n in many details detailsRumor detansRumor detailsRumor
Rumor has it that the two men word wordmembers woremembers weremembers
members of the legislature the first of offour offour offour
four representatives mentioned in Whites Whitesconfession WhUosconresslon Whitesconfession
confession and who have already been beensubpoenaed beenIIubpoenAed beensubpoanaetI
subpoenaed subpoenaedIJJOiOOO IIubpoenAed4OJOOO subpoanaetI4OUOO
IJJOiOOO In Snn Francisco FranclncoSan FrnnclncoSan FranciscoSai
San Francisco Gal May Ma 3 3It It Is esti estimated osUmat ostimated ¬
mated mat d that the census now no being taken takenwill takenwill takenwill
will show San S n Franciscos population to tobe tobe tobe
be approximately 460000 4f 4iOOiOBlarkistoncs 460000BlnrkliitoncM OOOODlnCkhltonelI
BlnrkliitoncM Floral Dclgn < i Superb
Priced at low flcunes 14th H Ha HL
a
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POLICE BlAMED BIMDAntispitting BlAMEDfOR
fOR WHITE HITE Pl PLAGUE GUE GUEAntispittil1g
Antispitting Law Not Eu Enforced Euforce ¬
forced Says Physician PhysicianFINE PhsiciallfINE
I
FINE is 825 25 IN BUFFALO BUFFALOII
II it J Newton Speaks at Close of ofTuberculosis otTu ofTuberculosis
Tuberculosis Tu bClculosis CongressSecretary CongressSecrctnr Congress CongiessSccrctnry
Secretary Secrctnr of Municipal Coinmkctlon Coinmkctlonon
on Disease of if St Louis Declare Declarervonenforccnivnt DeulnresXonenforcemcnt DeclaresNtilCIfOrcenteJtt
rvonenforccnivnt of ISxpcctoration ISxpcctorationOrdinance RXIJectorntionOrdJnnncc xlectorzitioza xlectorzitiozaOrdiimnncct
Ordinance In Lnck of Civic Pride PrideDr II InideDr rIde rIdeDr
Dr Knopf CrcntcK Stir by b Calling CallingExtremist CnlUn CnlUnExtremist CallimExtrein
Extremist Extrein isl Plitulslonhohlatuii PlitulslonhohlatuiiDocrartag l 1hi llthlslulJhohlntulIDocmr tblsIopltolj5tDeclaring
Declaring Docmr the negligence or Ufa city citypolica ctypolico citypolice
police of many ma municipalltlea is respon responsible nepottalble respoit111e ¬
sible 111e far the ravages r rtvaes of the white whit bite plague piafutRobert pIaautRobert plagueRobert
Robert J Newton wton of O t St St Louis Loa in an anaddress anaddress n ndd
address dd yesterday on on the enforcement of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the antispitting ordinances bitterly bitterlyIaJled as assailed ascalled ¬
sailed local authorities for neglecting to tosupport totlpport tostlpport
support the law lawHe IawHe lawHe
He asserted ted that t t out of the aMHGM aMHGMpersons 50 > 000 000pereona
persons who are forbidden to use side sidewalks Rdewalk sidewalks ¬
walks walk In lieu of cuspidors cuapI jmly 348 348have 1 1have dt dthave
have been arrested for violating the thestatutes theItaUJte timestatutes
statutes Carelessness by the police and andhealth andImetrnt
health hea1 th oAcers who consider the ordi ordinances ordy onlinances ¬
nances merely y a atrlvtal trivial regulation was wascharged wucbaqed wascharged
charged by b Mr Newton with the spread spreadof spreadof 4 4oC
of tuberculosis in cities citiesIf cltteaU citiesl
If l you have to epic s dont spit in Buf Buffalo Datfa1o Iuffalo ¬
falo he said because it t may cost you youL
125 L The Th cheapest place Is in Indian cUaIapo IndianSPOilS Indianapolis ¬
SPOilS po where people pay an average of
78 cents In fines New ew York comes co next nextmore aex aexwith x xwith
with an average oC t1 dAta and BUI BUImore Jtt Jttmore
more Plttsburg Kansas City and andSpokane aDdSpobAe andSpokane
Spokane charge H each eachII edLUCltt eachhunt
II hunt cut ItcxnltM Attained AttainedHe AttuluellHe AttainedHe
He said the cities e1U whore the health healthomcers bee1thoftIeen hetithemcee
omcers emcee enforce orce the law Instead of the thepolice tilepolice thepolici
police the M average a of arrests hi higher higheram Iatperdn highesant
am dn uic H c iults 1 4ts IIt are best In fortythree fortythreecities for thr threldea I Icities
cities eldea he said Id the t police > are e required to tomake tomake ismake
make ariests arta and to sixteen the health healthomcers bea1thollleen I Iosicers
omcers osicers are responsible responsibleThe reepoutbleThe responsibleThe
The paper was the last read at the con convention 000veDtlon eonvention ¬
vention of the National N adonal Association AaIIodaUoaihe fer ferUte u uLhe
Ute Study and 04 Prevention of ofculoois hIIIr hIIIrcu Tur Turculosia
culoois cu at t the New Wlllard Mr Newtan Newtante M MaecretarY
te secretary aecretarY of the Municipal ComsakMion ComsakMionon C Ir on onon I Ion
on Tuberculosis of St Louis LouisThe LoulThe LouisThe
The real fundamental reason for or the thenoaenforcement tlunoesaforcement
1 noaenforcement of spitting ordinances ordinancesMr orcIlhueaMr
I Mr r Newton declared is a a lack of civic civicpride civicpride
Iprt pride and a failure tath to appreciate the thedangers thenl Diidners
dangers nl of 0 unrestrained spitting spittingThe epIt epItThe spittingThe
The convention adjourned aHsr the theelection theelection theelection
election of the following tollOWIn oMcers ocerc rs Dr DrWilliam DrWtJUam DrWilliam
William H Welch We1cla of Baltimore 1tlmore presi president presIdent precident ¬
dent Dr Y C Vaughan of An Ana A Arbor ArborMich ArborMIeIL ArborMIcIL
Mich first vice president Dr George GeorgeDock OeorpDock GeorgeDock
Dock of New Orleans second d vice petit president praIdent petitdent ¬
dent Dr Henry B Jacobs of Baltimore Baltimoresecretary BaltImoreeecretar fla1timoresecretary
secretary Gen George M Sternberp Sternbie of ofWashington orWhtoa cC cCWashington
Washington treasurer treasurerThe LreuurerTae treasurerThe
The roll executive UtltutlveeotlllD committee UH wa waelected w w1li was wastd
elected 1li td WUttam B Baldwin Bald BaIdw Waahlng W Wton Washtnjton
ton Dr H M BlIP New N York Dr B BG E EG
G Janeway Jane New York Homer Folks FolksNew FolbNew POlkaNew
New York Dr George M Kober Wash Washington WuhSa Woabingtoit
ington Sa Dr J N Harty Hart Indianapolis Indianapolisand IndlanapoHa114I lndianpoUDr
and 114I Dr Joseph Walsh Philadelphia PhiladelphiaExtremist PhiladelphiaExtrcmlHtH PhiladelphiaExtrent
Extremist Extrent isis Arc re Labeled Inh lnhcedDr LabeledDr lel lelDr
Dr S A oJ Knopf of New York created createda
a sensation at the morning session Ion by bycalling byea11t b bcafling
calling ea11t the extremists in the campaign campaignagainst campajpptaet campaigmiagainst
against tuberculosis phthistopbobtates phthistopbobtatesHe a aHe
He said the ideas of the earnestminded earnestmindedContliincil earneetndDdedContlnuell I IContinued
Continued on Pnpe lag Z Column ColumnCLERK 3 3CLERK 3 3CLERK
CLERK LOSES 45 45Dcc7nroK 45Dec1nrcN 45Declares
Declares He Left It In Tronnqrn TronnqrnPocket TrolUHrllPockct t tPocket
Pocket Sent to CIcnncr CIcnncrHoward ClenncrHoward CleancrHoward
Howard Brown employed as a clerk clerkin clerkIn den denIn
in a a drug store at Connecticut and ant I
Florida avenues northwest seat his blltl01lMn1 histrousers histrousers
trousers to the cleaners a a few fe days ago agoand acoand agoand
and forgot to remove MS 5 from one of the thepockets tbeJOCk thepockets
pockets pocketsHe JOCk pocketsHe eta etaHe
He Het Heremembered t remembered the Inckl Incident l several severaldays Mftr1Mye severaldays
days later and hurried to the cleaning eleaotneatabltehment cleaningestablishment <
establishment but the memories of the theemployes theemployes thecnlployes
employes of the establishment were not notas notas notas
as good as his own and now he has hasasked hiliaskeel hasasked
asked the police to see se if they tho cannot cannotrefresh cannotrereeh cannotrefresh
refresh some ones memory memoryMr memorylr memoryMr
Mr lr Brown has no hesltantcy in confess confessing COR CORIng cenfsing ¬
ing that he thinks his memory m mo has been beensharpened beensharpened beensharpened
sharpened by the incident and that thathereafter thather thathereafter
hereafter her after he will not forget carefully to tosearch toMArch tosearch
search pockets before be trusts his ward wardrobe wardrobe wardrobe ¬
robe In strange hands handsDIE haodsDIE handsDIE
DIE IN EXPLOSION EXPLOSIONTwo
Two Killed nn and l Thirteen Hurt in inPMlndelnhln InPhllnlelllllin inPhiladelphia
PMlndelnhln PMlndelnhlnPhiladelphia PhllnlelllllinPlliladolpllla PhiladelphiaPhiladelphia
Philadelphia May S ITwo Two men m were werekilled werekilled werekilled
killed and thirteen injured in an explo explosion explostan exploslon ¬
stan and fire this afternoon at the plant plantof plantor plantof
of M L Shoemaker Co Limited Limitedmakers Limitedmakers Limitednmkers
makers of fertilizers oils and tallow at atVenango atVenango t tVenango
Venango street and the Delaware River RiverOne RiverOne RiverOne
One dead man was dug out of the thebuilding thebuilding th thbuilding
building in which the names names started more morethan JnOethan morethan
than an hour after the explosion The Theother Thoother Theother
other died In the hospital hospitalThe hoepttalThe hospitalThe
The dead are Lloyd Wilson and Fran Francis Francis Francis ¬
cis Carney CarneyThe Carne CarneThe CarneyThe
The fire which followed an explosion explosionof
of oil in the extracting house swept sweptthrough sweptthrouSh cwepthrough
through the dozen buildings constituting constitutingthe
the plant and threatened station B of ofthe otthe ofthe
the United Gas Improvement Company CompanyacroBp CompanaCIosP Companyacroar
acroBp the street streetCONVICTS streetCONVICTS streetCONVICTS
CONVICTS HEAR OPERA SINGER SINGERGcruldliic SINGERGerullllne SINGERGeraldine
Gcruldliic Fnrriir Urines nrhl Ringt H Tears to toI tol toPrison
I Prison rl rlflOn on Audience AudienceAtlanta AudienceAtlanta ulllcnccAUantn
Atlanta Ga May lIa 3One thousand con convicts convicts convicts ¬
victs In the United States penitentiary penitentiaryhero pen penitentiaryhero I tenUnry tenUnryhero
hero were in tears this afternoon Al noon as asGeraldlne asGeraldne asGeraldine
Geraldine Farrar grand opera op star sang sangto sangto sagto
to them and the emotion of the prison prisongarbed prisongarbed prisongarbed
garbed men before her caused Jlla Mt Far Farrnr Far18r Farmr
rnr herself to weep weepMiss weeplI1ss weepMisc
Miss Farrar played her own accoin aecompaniments cc rn rnpaniments
paniments on the piano and for nearly nearlyforty nearlyrorty nearlyforty
forty minutes she sang Annie Laurie LaurieMy LaurielI LaurieMy
My lI Old Kentucky Home and other othersimilar othersimilar othersimilar
similar ballads balladsShe boUndsShe balladsShe
She concluded with Home Home Sweet SweetHomo SweetHomo SweetHome
Homo and by that time the auditorium auditoriumseemed auditoriumlecmcd auditoriumseemed
seemed to b8 b one great sob and tears tearswere tearswere tearswere
were streaming down Miss Farrars Farrarscheeks FarrarschceJu Farrarscheeks
cheeks
y
SHIPS IN COLLISION COLLISIONWireless COLLISIONJreIcnl COLUSIONWireless
Wireless JreIcnl McNNnirc for Help COIIICM COIIICMfrom Comellfrom Comimesfrom
from Caiie Cod CodProvidence CodProvidence CoilProvidence
Providence R I I May 18 4A 4 4rA A message e re received re received reeived ¬
ceived c eived hero 16 shortly after Cter midnight by byWalter byWaIter byWalter
Walter w V Maaele preaMant pr tnt of the Massle MassleWireless MleWlrolete MacsteWireless
Wireless Companies CGmPAA sworn t om from the thePoint th thPoint thePoint
Point Judith station of o the company companyIndicates eompanyIndlea1el companyndicates
Indicates i that a serious mating nMUln disaster disasterhas dl8a disasterits ter terhu
has h its occurred tonight off Cape Cod CodOne CodOne CodOne
One of the vessels in collision eoIIIon Is the theSanturce theSnturee themntunce
Santurce S mntunce which left J t Boston yesterday yesterdayfor
Sf
for f or New York Tho Santurce is a afreighter are areighter
freighter f re hter and nd the other is S the Llgonier Llgoniera U8O 1er 1erbig
a big oil steamer Tha Th Scott Wrecking WreckingCompany Wreckt WrecktComPAny WreckingCompany
Company of New London was first noti notified nollded notitied ¬
tied of the collision eolU km by wireless but T TScott A AScott AScott
Scott jr head of the company said at 1 1oclock 1oelock 1oclock
oclock this morning mornln that he had no nodefinite nodtftplte nodetiolte
definite idea where the collision occurred occurredexcept occurredcePi occurredexceP
exceP except cePi that it was off the cape capeTAFT capeTAFT capeTAFT
TAFT HEARS FACTS FACTSON FACTSoIT i iON
ON OHIO SITUATION SITUATIONTells
Tells Cincinnati Cincinnai He Is Glad Gladto Gladto Gladto
to Be Home Again AgainVEXED AgainVEXED AgainVEXED
VEXED AT SENATES ATTITUDE ATTITUDEPrediction ATTITUDEJlrJHlIction AT1ITUDEIrjmilictiozi
Prediction 3Indc that thc President PresidentWill lrcaldcntWill
Will 111 Soon Do Something Start StartI StartlingYors
I llns lInJYnr Viiryw nnil Kill IClila Point Out OutDaiifccm OutDunJcrll OmitDangers
Dangers to Party Inrt in the State StnteAttenche StnteAt StateAttenilti At Attomlx
tomlx May Un Fewtlvnl Concert ConcertCincinnati ConocrtCSncJU ConoertCincinnati
Cincinnati May al spresient President Taft came camehte eameboaM camebows
bows 1OcJa7 lo pay his st visit since aeebill sincehis
bill Inauguration Cincinnati apparently apparentlyhas appareat1tau apparentlyhas
has become almost laaoet as blase toward Its ItsPresidential ItsPresidential ta taPr
Presidential Pr son as has Yale where he hegraduated beted heteti
graduated ted Jong ocg ago far there titer were no noerowd8 big bigcrowds bigcrowds
crowds to welcome Mr Taft when he hecame became heinto
came into the Pennsylvania station at atMA atlI
MA lI 5 The Th President had only a a fairly fairlybusy fairlyb SiflYbusy
busy b day In the morning be went at to tothe 0tbe tothe
the Mercantile Library of which his hisfather bI8fatber hisfather
father Alphonso Taft Tatt was one of the thefounders thefoaa thefooiidsra
founders He H lunched with Laden Wul Wulsin Wulaba Witsin
sin aba and later was a guest t at t the home of ofJ ofT 01J
J J C Schmidlapp lAin In the afternoon afternoonthe atternooatb afternoonthe
the tb President made mad an address to the theLoyal tINLo1 theLoyal
Loyal Legion L Hera H be gave vent to his htefeelings hisleeUn hisfeeflnge
feelings leeUn and for the lb first time on the thepresent theprt Diipresent
present trip he showed that the White WhiteHous WblteHoWIe WhiteIfose
Hous to him te not the ideal place of ofresidence oCre 01pleasure
residence residenceIt
It te a pleasure said i the President Presidentto Preeldentto
to come back to ones OOVS home add sips especially eapedIIy ¬
daily when ben von 7 have bay been greatly chlded chldedfi ehIdetju I
tJ tju fi r your shortcomings ahor to snuggle up upciose upOM u uMs
Ms ciose to those who are torn of G you who whohave wholMwe whehave
have respect for you whatever wb aver happens happenswho enawho happeniwho
who believe 1 however great 1M 1MMad e obstacles obstaclesare ubstacletan
are an and however bow severe In other parts of ofthe ofthe ol olthe
the country they may be you are n doing doingthe doIDcc dotn dotnt
the t best you can canAever eaAcr canYecr
Aever cr Studied Powder PowderMr
Mr Taft told the old soldiers Idlers that it itmight Itmlaht 11 11might t
might seem strange to them that the thepresent thepteent tInpfsmit
present CommandermChief COPt aueC of the Army Armyand nDand
and Navy svy was a man who never DeY had hadsmetted I
hatL
smelled 1Ied powder but hf explained that thatr thatbe theI L
be was b 1 iT 5T ai4spioo r too young to togo 0trO U UInto I
go into the t civil ivii war and that wlwa hea the theSpanish the theb tIn tInpaniah
Spanish paniah b war broke broli out he was hardly hardlyphysically bard1 bard1phsIcaIly 11 11ny
physically ny fitted for soldiering soldieringDaring soldieringDuring Idlennar IdlennarDarin
Daring < the day the President found ftu d time timeto timete thatIn
to talk to Arthur I I Vorys Yo former fOlllMCor man manager ¬
meanI
ager of his campaign In this Stale and andWade ant antWade I
Wade H Ellis Ellt once upon a time chief chieftrust cheCtrust r rtrust
trust buster of the Department of Justice Justiceand Justiceand
and now chairman of the Ohio R Republican RepublicanStato RepebliceaState pablSeaa pablSeaaStato
Stato executive committee The condi conditions 00DdSUOae esoditioeso ¬
tions tioeso of the party and its chances m III the thefall tb tbtall C Cfail
fall campaign were discussed The re reports report nopoets ¬
ports port to the President were W e not encouraging IIICOUI IIICOUIIng encourag sneourging ¬
ing ingMr
Mr Taft had little to say today about aboutthe abouttbe t tthe
the way in which Congress CO lea < te treating utI the theadministration tin S
I SI
administration a railroad bill When told toldthat toidtbat tubthat I
that the Senate had started to write that thatmeasures thatmeuure the t tmeasures
measures obit be smiled and said that thatfrequently tbIItfrequently time t tfrequently
frequently such obituaries were wereture prema premature peop ¬
ture
May In Stnrtle Country
It Is known however that the Presi President Pr Prdent ¬
dent Is getting tired of the way 7 in which whichsome hlch hlchIOme i isome
some members of his hi party are acting actingwith actinWith c cwith
with regard r rd to his legislative programme programmeand plOrammeand PhOgrammutand
and It is possible ble that he may do some something something something ¬
thing soon that will startle the country countryThe count countThe countryThe
j
The crowning event ent of the day was as the theMay tbeMay tin C CMay
May Festival concert at t Music lu lc Hall The Thebig Theblf Tb C Cbig
big hall was packed to the doors and andenormous andnormous ant I Ienormous
enormous prices were re paid for seats to today today ¬
day Handels Judas Maccatoous ceabOU8 was wasgiven waiven wa wagiven S
given iven and ntl the enthusiasm of tho crowd crowdwas C1Odwas crowi it itwan
was great t The President entered the thehall thebaJl tb S Shail
hall shortly after S oclock During the theIntermission theIntermis8lon tin C Cintermission
Intermission ho unveiled a statue of Theodore Theodore Theo Theetiore ¬
dore Thomas one of the first rst conductors conductorsof S Sof
of the May Festival The President pre ldent spoke spokeof spokeor spok C Cof
of the Influence of art and music on the thepeople thepeople tb C Cpeople
people and was wa hopeful that some day daythe daythe da dathe
the Americans mnerIcn will realize the value of ofall oCall o oall
all that Is beautiful beautifulFollowing beautifulFollolnlf beautifulFollowing
Following the concert the President Prec tdent was wastho wa liS liStho I Ithe
tho guest of the Queen City ChJb at n nlato nJato alate
late dinner He H left for St St Louis ro the thetest thelast Di C Clast
last city on the schedule of tho present presenttrip prMenttrlp t ttrip
trip just before midnight midnightINCOME midnight midnightINCOE midnightINCOME
INCOME TAX OPPOSED OPPOSEDIVeYV OPPOSEDc OPPOSEDNCTi
IVeYV c Yoric ANNcmlily AJlcnIIJl Refuses Re ulCII to Re Recontldcr ReconIIdcr Recoiisidcr
contldcr Ilcsolndon IlcsolndonAlbany UellolutlonAlbeny htesolutionAlbany
Albany May Ia 3 Assemblyman Andrew AndrewF Andne v vF
F Muwar of New York got everybody everybodyIn everbod everbodin I Iin
In the assembly nervous nerou today to a over hte hteFederal hhJFederal hi C CFederal
Federal Income tax resolution He begun begunat boganat boga a aat
at the opening openl of the session to give no notice notice t tlice ¬
tice that he Intended to call from the thetable thetIlble tli tlitable
table his motion to reconsider the vote oto by bywhich byvhtch b I Iwhich
which it was defeated and kept on an announcing aDnounclni I Inouncin ¬
nouncing nounclni nouncin it until the assembly finally finallygave ftnaU ftnaUJave ilnallgave
gave him the chance to bring his result resolution rNOlutlon resulttion ¬
tion up and for the second and last time timefailed fme fmefailed m mfailed
failed to pass pn it itThere It ItThere ItThere
There were cre seventyfive votes one loss losstitan JoSstlMin io us usthan
titan the required number in favor of ofMr orMr c if ifMit
Mr Mr Murray1 Murra motion to reconsider r nsl1er whl whlsixtyseven white whitestxtyseen e esixtyseven
sixtyseven members voted against It ItThte ItThll I I IThis
This clearly expressed the feeling regard regardIjig regan reganIpg regartIng
Ijig Ipg the resolution and it put the Federal Federalincome FedemlIncome Fodert Li LiIncome
income tax proposition on the shelf for forgood torgood ft in ingood
good Ten days c1a s ago when tho resolution resolutionstruck resolutionstruck a astruck
struck its snag there wore seventyfour seventyfourvotes seventfourvotes tr trvotes
votes In its favor and sixtysix against It ItNational It ItXntlonnl i t tntIoiiiil
j
National ntIoiiiil Pack at Trenton TrentonTrenton TrentonTrenton TrentonTrenton
Trenton N K J May 3 3In In accordance accordancewith accordance1th 0 0with
with 1th an act of the last legislature Gov GovFort Go GoYort GoFort
Fort today toda appointed a permanent com commission comml I Imission ¬
mission ml lon of fifty members to further the theplans theplnns th 0 0plans
plans for establishing a national park parkto parkto par k kO
to O mark markthe the point at which Washington Washingtoncrossed Vashlngtoncrossed a acrossed
crossed the Delaware River on the night nightbefore nightbeore nigh Lt Ltbefore
before the battle of Trenton
BEAUTIFUL E UTlfUl TR TRE5TROYED TREES THEEiOld
DESTRUYEDBY E5TROYED BY G GAS 5 5Old
Old and Defective Mains the theCause theI theCause
I
I Cause of Leakage LeakageMAY LealageMAY
MAY DENUDE STREETS STREETSImmediate srlREETSImmediate
Immediate Hepafrs Necessary ecessary to toRelieve o oRelieve
Relieve Serious Situation SituationSilent Sitl SituationSilent ntioll ntiollsnont
Silent Vandal IHlnl Laying Lnln TOV Lo Pride I rlde of ofNations ofntlon5
Nations Capital and us It Per PernictitCM PermentcH Perniczmtes
nictitCM IloutM Vision blon of tVn nfthln nfthlntnn aslming hlnK hlnKton
ton mid 1lSiifnnt Vniilnlie YnnIKhelIalul YnnIKhelIalulon llnml llnmlNOiuc
NOiuc on e Spreading Rim Elm Teiir cr Theater TheaterRemoved rbcntcrIh
Removed Ih mncil After It Had 11111 Died DiedInformal Ied IedI
Informal I JaferamLiea to the ui effect that UIIUutlf1l many manybeautiful
beautiful utlf1l pees of Washingtons W WIa streets streetsare nets netsbIIII
ar are betas destroyed by 1 y gs gus escaping from fromlight trOMold fromold
old and detective mains wu brought broaPtupt broughtlight
light recently Unless the necessary re repairs re repain nopairs ¬
pairs are isjsJi at t once the situation will willbecome winbecome willbecome
become one os that will IU entirely denude denudestreets deaudestrlU denudesfrsst
streets strlU lying in dose proximity to gas gasOne S8Ooe gasmaine
maine maineOne
One by one this gOeat vandal Is laying layingits laytnSlow layinglow
low ue prtde of the Nations Capital CapkaJIta Capitalits
its shade trees and as this tIdaYDdal gastrtous gastrtousvandal gastriousvandal
vandal steals from his rotten roti confine confineand eoa4DeaDd condosand
and permeates IIIIea the roots the vision of ofWashington ofWuha ofWasbinglee
Washington and r Enfant vanishes vanishesThis vaalldMLThis vanishesThis
This vandal Is no respecter of age agenature acenature agenature
nature or sins of trees but slays all allthat allthat n ntbat
that stand within his march In llty lltylocalities Many Manylocalities
localities trees have been killed Trees Treesthat Treeathat
that have been nursed for years an that af afford aIlard ¬
ford t protection from tr la the hot hotsun IUIIUIMI IUIIUIMIBUD mimmes i imm
sun BUD and adorn the city are one by bybeIac one onebeing onebeing
being destroyed destroyedSpreading de8trorecSSIreRIUnJ
Spreading Rim Dies DiesOne Dlo Dlooe
One of the finest nest trees tr In the city clta cltathat a aspreading
spreading elm that stood la front of ofBeteseo c cBeIueo
Bounce Theatre Theatrewas was killed by gas a and andbad Ddhad
bad to be removed So bad was the leak leakthe leakthe leakthe
the gas killed the grass to the thenear parking parkingnear
near by byWhile byWblle
While passing puet along IoD Twentieth street streetbetween etreet etreetbetweea
between M and X u streets one evening eveningan evm evman
eveaingt
an official of the parking service noticed noticedhow noticedhow noticidhow t
how well en and beautiful the trees appeared appearedOn appearedOn ppearedOn
On returning 1nI In the afternoon he observed observedthe ob ervedthe
the leaves leav were wer werp all drooping In a a few fewdays fnrday
days day thereafter a whole square 1118 lost Ha Haleaves Italea I
leaves lea The 1ti destruction was the result resultof rea1l1tor resullor
or a a leaking gas main mainIt man manIt mainit
It is generally y conceded that Washing Washington WubIDSbU Washingi ¬
ton has the finest shade trees In the theworld theworld theworld i
world world and are the admiration of tourists touristsFormer touristIIor1Mr touristsFormer
Former Commissioners Riddle and andI Jftac Jftacfarland varfsrlaod
farland declared d lared they saw nothing on ontheir ODtheir o
I
their trips abroad that compared with withthe wltbI withthe I
the shade trees of the Capital The Tbee Tbeenue ave avenues je jenues ¬
I nues of beautiful spreading lIPIdt trees treaInc shad shadIng
Inc the streets of Washington have been beengrown beensrowa beergrown I
grown by men n who have given almost almosta almositime Imoeta
a Uo time to the study atlid and care of ofhose otorraateIIta2M oJ oJornaments
hose ornaments orraateIIta2M orraateIIta2Mto Zhey y are now Aahi Aahipoisonous lI
b to pret treaa dIMIa 111 dIIf dIIfullllltUII the theGas p
poisonous gas gasCan
ullllltUIIGn
Can Gn Company Xot11todWhen NotiflodWhen Notified NotifiedWhen
When Capt R R W Markham was asked askedabout a ed edbout I Iabout
about bout the matter be stated that It was wastrue wastrue I
Ir
true that many trees tr had been killed by byescaping byeaea biescaping r
eaea escaping gas and that everything every thine pos possible posible pussible ¬
sible was being done to relieve the situa situation iltUAOIl sltualion ¬
OIl He added that wherever leaks wise weceobserved eM eMobeerved I Iobserved
observed the Washington Gaslight GuII bt < Com Company COlDpall Cornimmediately ¬
pany pall was Immediately notified and that thatthey thtthey thaithey
they had been very 7 prompt In repairing repairingthe repairingthe repain1nthe
the mains mat Yet ho said with the most mostprompt JD08tprompt mail mailprompt
prompt attention by his omce and the thegas thecompany tIngas
gas company trees would die le before re relief relIeC recould ¬
lief could be given givenClay penClay givenClay
Clay soil 011 said Capt Markham pro protects roteete protorts ¬
torts the trees tree from the gas and holds holdsit hoklabaek holdiIt
it back while sandy 1 or light loam ad admits admite admits ¬
mits of its it passage passageIt eqeIt
It is 1 estimated that it costs about aboutto aboutto SC SCto
to set lie and box a tree and the expense expenseof expensof
of culture grows with wi age The beth average averagelength averagength
length l th of time it takes a tree tn to grow to toa to12e tm tma
a sine 12e which htcla win shade an ordinary CXdlnac side sidewalk sideIk sideivalk ¬
walk Ik is five years yearsCapt 7M18Capt
Capt Markham stated ted the matter of ofthe orthe o C
the gas company reimbursing the District Districtfor DlatrtctCor Distnicfor t
for the trees tree destroyed had come under underhte unctethis UndOhis
his consideration but fixing ftx the lb value Iue ef eftho oCthe 0 0the
the trees would be Impossible ImpossibleSome ImpoatbleSeJJne impossibleSiutic
Some Worth 0 tt1t Thousands ThousandsWhy rJuIUln lull1 lull1WhY
Why he said 11 It la not a matter of ofwhat orwbat o C
what it costs to grow row a a tree tree as a some sometrees sometrees sum sumtrees e
trees are ar re worth thousands of dollars ac according according according ¬
cording to location and association associationIt associatIongenerally
It was generally le Jly understood u tOOd at M the tune tunethe timethe ties C Cthe
the gas mains mal were Installed they were werecheap wee re recheap 0 0cheap
cheap and Inferior and now DO that that they theyare theyi the V Vare
i are becoming beeomI old they are constantly constantlygiving moatantl moatantlglv I Igiving
giving glv away awayCapt awayCapt y yCapt
Capt Markham stated tat the public could couldrest c cod Wd Wdr08t ii iirest
rest assured urecl that everything < was being beingdona belagdono bitusi g gdone
done to relieve the conditions conditionsHALLEYS conditionsI conditionsHALLEYS coadttionsHALLEYS
I
HALLEYS COMET COMETDAILY COMETDULY COMETDtILtIiULLRTI
DAILY DtILtIiULLRTI DtILtIiULLRTIMay BULLETIN BULLETINMay DULLDTItIay
May tIay 4 4lleys Halfs comet cometrises cometrises cometrises
rises rises at 2 43 3 a m today and andat andat andat
at 2 241 41 a m tomorrow Sun Sunrises Sunrises Suitrises
rises rises at 449 4 49 Comets speed speedtoday speedtoday speedtodav
today todav is about 1737 miles per perminute perminute perminute
minute minuteConrrfeBt minute minutecoornight
minuteCo
ConrrfeBt MO by ftesecfc Cta CaaaIbeII cdtScD cdtScDTh6 j > beHScD beHScDThe 5cD 5cDTh6
The Th6 comet is not visible to the thonaked thenakld thenaked
naked eye at this time save un undor unJ unJder Undir >
dir moat favorable atmospheric atmosphericconditions atmospberlccon1ttJonl atmosphericconditions
conditions Venus it appears appea Is Isnow Isnow isnow
now often mistakon for the thecomet thecOmet thecomet
comet by slght sl sightseers htora eors who rise riseearly rlllcearl riceearly
early earl In the hope of catching a aglimpse agUmxe aglimpse
glimpse of the stranger tT1Ut5 r In the thesky thesky thesky
sky Unless the tail Is apparent apparentit appar nt ntIt
it t is I not the comet cometThe cometThe cometThe
The Naval Observatory Oblervat r author authorities authoritles Uor UorlUes ¬
ities say sa that Washington has hasas huas hasas
as yet et had few If any ny oppor opportunities opportunlUes opportunities ¬
tunities to see the visitor Good Goodobservations GoodobcraUons Goodobservations
observations are reported from fromKilling tromsea fromsea
sea seaI seaI
I Killing Fronts in Nebraska XcliranknKansas XclJrntdnIansas
Kansas City May a ITbero There were1 wer killing killingfrosts kUlingrots kUhn kUhnfrosts g
frosts rots In Nebraska last night nt ht and early oariytoday earlytoday earl I Iis
today and a temperature of 30 degrees degreesat is
at North Platte Pla te A temperature of about abet it
40 degrees prevailed In Missouri Kansas Kansasand Kansuand ts tsand < 5
and Oklahoma last night niGhtI
I 111111111
IVOTERS VOTERS V OTERSDID DID NOT VOTE VOTEElection VOTElection
I
Election E in Capitol Heights Md HdPostponed MdI MdPostponed
I Postponed One Year YearElection YearElection YearElection
I Election postponed until May L I mi miwas 1211as
was w as the notice posted In Capitol Heights HeightsMd IiIet Heightsd CJI CJII
I M Md d Monday Iooo when citizens cltt > na of that com community commvnlty coinunity ¬
munity m unity were expecting to cast their theirvotes theirvote theirotes
votes v otes in the tint municipal mu lctpal election electionExplanations electionExplaaatJolW electionExplanations
Explanations of the sudden postpone postponement pone ponemoot ¬
moot in inF ist of the election were made by Louis LouisF IouIaF LouisLItz
F Htz Uu a candidate for mayor and one oneof onef
of 0 f the commission that secured the char charter charter chare ¬
ote
ter te e at Annapolis According to the Mary Maryfend JIIaryancl Marynd
tela
fend la nd statute tute Mr Lila said all charters chartersgranted cbutenanted chartersranted
lag
granted g ranted become effective on June 1 tot following fol folIowll totwing ¬
lowing lo lost wing < its issuance unless spectAealtjr spectAealtjrstated apedftcalbt8d
stated st stse ated t8d otherwise otb w Though May 2 was wasset wuset wast
set se sen seti t for election day cJa there was no dale dalenamed enamed dataamed
named n for the charter ctur cbarpr to become opera operative openUve operare ¬
tive UveQueatione ti re I
tiveQuestions
Questions as to the legality of the theelection beelect theloctipa
election elect e were raised at t the eleventh eleventhhour eleYeatIthour eleventhour
hour h our and a delegation was seat bur hurriedly burrledly heriedly ¬
riedly n to consult the attorney attOrMyThat general generalThat geasralThat
That official said the election could not notlegally DOlbe notgally
legally liO liOt gally be held until after June 1 1 and andthe dtbe
the t he postponement was ordered orderedAt orderedAt orderedAt
At the regohxr meeting meet of the CapItol CapttoiHeights CapItolHe18bt5 Capitoleights
Heights H eights Cithens Association last night nightthe Jdchttbe nighthe
the t he postponed election was w the chief chieftopic chieft9plc chiefopic
topic t of discussion and expressions expr of ofregret ofrecret ofegret
tr
regret r at the lost opportunity to be become be become beome ¬
come c ome a towachip were heard on OReIde every everyside svinyde
side si de The eHtaenr association ttoa also toe toeop took teoItthe tookp
siu
u op p the matter tter of school government governmentand 1OYtand goverasnentmid
and a mid William H H McGfnnls George GeorgeBrown GeoBrown Georgerown
aB
Brown B rown and Leo Adams were nominated nominatedfor nomtDatedfor
for f or trustees trusteesPOLICE trl teP tePPOLICE
POLICE FIND GIRL GIRLIN GIRLIN
IN HINDOOS HOMEOriental HOME HOMEOriental
Oriental b11 Den in ii New York YorkPresents Yorll
Presents l resents Strange Sight SightNew
New York York May 3 IPlene Pierre A A Bernard Bernardalias BeraardOm
alias s l1u MOm On who was arrested t4 on a acharge acbar aharge
charge c of abducting abd1leUD ZeUs Hopp was held heldin heldIn
i in n default of 15K lS > bail today for further furtherexamination tvtberexamuaadoD
examination Thursday ThursdayBernard TbUl1lda7Bemard
Bernard ran in the t house hoes be occupied occupiedat
at a t at g West W Seventyfourth Seyeetourtbba street classes classesin
in i n what t be called the Hindoo H Order of ofTaatrik ofTaatrOL ofantrik
Taatrik T antrik This Thtescribes In h hi IIter Uteraure t be de deeerlbN di dicribes
scribes a as an American branch of a IBn IDndoo i idoo
doo d ec ethical and physical culture order orderThere orrThere orderThere
There was no difficulty about gamins gaminsan pmIqq
an a n entrance for ZeUs knew and gave the theprivate thePftYte therivate I
private p rivate signal 1 which brought an at attendant atteadat ¬
tendant t to the door The police pushed pushedtheir pU8bedtheir pushedheir L
their t way in promptly to the parlor parlorwhere parlorw
where w an anunlas sight greeted them themThe mnThe themThe
The floor was covered with eight mat mattresses matt1M8eeI matresses ¬
tresses t resses over which a canvas was spread spreadmaking epreadmaktq
making such a pad as tumblers use on onthe 011Ia cmhe I
the t he stage stagej
j la the t1i center of the room Bernard Bernardsquatted BerDardequatte I
squatted by t twJbkth the aWe of glass lobe lobedaich 1 1which
which emitted electric eIectJ1co sparks Thteelec ThteelecUic IbJII IbJIItr1e
tile display Bernard had Informed ed hte hteclass 11MWI hit m
class clu was the result of an exercise of his hispowers hwpowen he hepowers C
powers of personal magnetism The police policesay polleey poUc m m5Y
say y it was u the result of a connection with withthe withlbe wit I Ithe
the street wins winsSurroundms wtnSUlTO wirsiSurro
Surroundms SUlTO Surro DClDtf Bernard was Ms au class 1sss be between be between
beI
tween fifteen and twenty tweat women and andabout aDdabout ani I
about sift t men All the pupils posttdressed wen wendreaeed wee m
dressed to gymnasium clothes c the thewithout tbtdp womsi I
without stoefttags dp or shoes hoee and the womsiS men menalso meabvef melaiso S
also barefooted bvef They were YentIaroqh going goingthrough
through physical culture poet postunss and andsome SlIdeom ant antsem I
some eom sem one was chanting chantingThe ebaat1DaThe chantingThe
The posturing and the chants ended endedabruptly eDdHabnlpty I Iabruptly
abruptly when the police a appeared Bern Bernard Bernani Herord ¬
ard rd was told that he was under arrest arresLThen arrestTheta rnuTbeta
Then Capt Thompson said to him himWhere billaWJaeR himWber
Where te Gertrude Leo LeoA LeoPrJ LaoA
A girl stepped out from the group of ofpupils otJU1JI1e ci f
pupils 1s crying i I am Gertrude e Leo For ForGods F To ToGods t tGod r fr
Gods God sake take me away awaySTARVING awaySTARVING awaySTARYIQ
STARVING OLD MAN MANSENT MANSENT IA
SENT TO HOSPITAL HOSPITALFriendless HOSPITALFrien HOSPITAlFiiendless 1 I
Friendless Frien less Wanderer Col Collapses Collapses Collapses ¬
lapses at Station House HouseHomeless HouseHomel HouseHomeless
Homeless Homel friendless and In an ex exhausted etu ixhelmeted ¬
helmeted u condition from waat waa of nourish nourishment aourlllbJMIIt nourishmeet ¬
meet George Gew R Lee a a respectablelook respectablelookins
ins lag old man was taken to Casualty His Hospital H Hpltal Hispital ¬
pital test night being beIo no longer able u udrag te tec1n ii S Sdrag >
drag c1n < his wasted form about beat the tlaeHe streets streetsHe streetaHe
He entered the Ninth precinct station stationand eadoltud staticiand
and approached the rail but sank to the thefloor theftoor tb C Ctioor
floor floorLee tioorLee
ftoorLee
Lee toM the police that be came to tothis tothis t S Sthis
this city cltT tbree weeks ago since skit 1Dee which whichtime wblcbtime whieltlni
time tlni he has slept wherever he could and andpicked aadpicked en I Ipicked
picked up a precarious living The hoe hospital hoepita buspita ¬
pita records show that he was given giventreatment S Streatment
treatment loss than a fortnight ago agoSince agethen
Since then he has become weaker and andweaker DelI an anuntil
I weaker until UI last night he was wnahie wnahieto bIe bIei 5 5to
i to go farther fa tber For several H night ta he had hadoccupied ha haoccupied
occupied a a bed at the municipal mtmldpaluse lodging lodginghouse iodg1n g
house houseThe use useThe gI
The story told by Lee Is a pitiful one oneHe cotHe I
He te a native of England where he was wasborn wa U UI a aborn
I born b seventysix MV tylLx years ago andcame to tothis t 0 0this
1
this country eountr when a small boy He set
lied ed In New York State where he learned learnedthe learaedthe learnetb ii
tb the trade tra e of shoemaker and at various varioustimes a athues
times has lived In Rochester and Ring Btnghamton BtnchamtJR Ringhamto
hamton where he was married ma led and raised raiseda d da
I a goodsized ood llzed family but all of them tbeaaftO are arenow at 0 0now
now ftO dead and he is jlou lone oae m the world worldSince workSince wombSince
Since the death of his wife ite he has wan wandered waDderod warderod ¬
derod from place to place 11M and bad no nofljced n nfled
1 fled ed place of abode abodOFFICERS abcHLOFFICERS abodeOPPICERS
OFFICERS SNUB BRYAN BRYAHDemocratic BRYANfIIII BRYANDemocratic
fIIII
i Democratic Commissioners COlnlulMl ners Clone CloneCourtHonic CloseCeurthonllC Cbs IC ICCiturthouse
CourtHonic to Him HimLincoln hintLincoln
i Lincoln Xebr ebr May I 3Mr Mr Bryan yan was wassnubbed waabbe we Is Isnoub
snubbed noub abbe < by b th the < Democratic board of ofcounty i f fcounty
county commissioners at Nebraska Ne Nebrk City Citytoday CitytOda cft 1 1today
today tOda He Hhadnnouncedtt had announced that be would wouldspeak woul ould Id Idspeak
speak at the courthouse there tomorrow tomorrownight 1 tomemo D1GITOW D1GITOWn V Vnight
n night lt at a meeting arranged to o bring bringpressure brI brIpreesure bets Ig Igpressure
pressure to bear upon State Senator Seaatt Duck Duckof It Itof
of Otoe County to agree to vote for or the theinitiative theialttatlve ti me meinitiative
initiative and referendum amendment amendmentWord aJDen4tmeatWord amendmentWord
Word was ss sent him today by the the1loard the1loardU toard toardall f fall
all U of whom oppose his plan as a round roundabout wiounj wiounjabout ioun I Iabout ¬
about way to secure county option fa t the theStateT theState U me meState
State StateT that ti h 114 could not have the ceurt ceurthouse ceurtbOWIe cam t thouse
house Mr xr Bryan made tits statement statementlater etatementlater st stlater
later laterI
I shall speak there next week at an another altother nu nuother ¬
other hall or out of doors M inwbile the thepeople tMpeople U Upeople
people of Nebraska may indmuu nj taI11 i what whatSRtcial whatsQ rhi it itsvial
SRtcial sQ < dal interest it is that te endeavoring eoopaOTt to tosuppress toEup1res toruppress
suppress free speech and free discussion discussionof In Inof
of public questions q eFUonB
ILL ILL BUIlD HOTEL HOTELBig HOTELNU HOTELAND
AND NU NEW THE THEATER THEATERig TER TERJ TERBig
J
Big B ig Structure Will Occupy OccupyEiggs OccupyRiggs OccupyRiggs
Riggs House Corner CornerCOMPANX CornerCOMPANY CornerOMPANY
COMPANY C ACCEPTS PLANS PLANSP
P B Chase Said to Be Lessee of ofVaudeville ofVandevilleHouse ofVaudeville
Vaudeville VandevilleHouse VandevilleHouseComlllDcd House HouseComltincd Houseonubined
Comltincd C hostelry and Amusement AmusementTemple AmusementreinPie muflementrernIJle
Temple Will 111 Occupy Site of Two TwoOld iw iwOld >
Old and Familiar Pant ihiar Landmarks LamlmtrkBoth LamlmtrkBothXc Botlt BotltXcvr
New Xc Buildings nulJllhl Designed n nK Model Modelof Modelof Iodelof
of Their Kind 1lndGcnernl General Details or orICdltlcu ordlficu ofhidIfl
hidIfl ICdltlcu dlficu Hnuracrutcd HnuracrutcdOn HnuMerutcdODe ISnumeratedOne
On ODe of the lb largest beHdteg praposl praposldons propOll propOlldoIUI preposions
dons d ons In Washington this year ta the re reboUdtes rebatJdID nobetiding
betiding of the Rfegs Mooaa Hone into a com combined comblINd cornleed ¬
blINd b leed hotel and theater at an estimated estimatedcoat eattmatedct sitimatedost
coat c ost of more than UlanWhile s0M s0MWhile Oi OiWhile
While the plans p of the projectors of ofthe orthe ofhe
the t he great building have not as yet been beenmade beenpabHe beenade
made m ade public many y of the details of the theenterprise theentelpria thenterprise
enterprise e have been repeated by per persons perIODS perons ¬
sons S ons te one way and another connected connectedwith connectedith t twith
with w ith the project It Is I understood that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the principal members of the Rigs Com Company Compauy Cornny ¬
pany i ny which will be the name of o the thecorporation theowntc theorporatlO
corporation c orporatlO owning and operating the thebuildm thebu1ldlDc theuilding
cb
buildm bu1ldlDc b uilding was held last Wednesday at atwhich atbleb athich
which w bleb the building plans were gone over overin overba overn
in i n detail and accepted acceptedThe acceptedThe ed edThe
The designs es were made by a New York Yorkarchitect Yorkarchitect Yorkrchitect
architect a and are said to call for the theerection theerertloD therection
erection e ae of a a structure ten sun stories lea hig h1 higi higif a aof i iof
of o f a beautiful and ornate style The Thesite Thpde Theite
site s ite of the new building but will include IDcludeeat U Upresent tho thoresent >
present p resent Riggs House and the property propertyof propertyof propertyf
of o f the old Metropolitan t1OjhOUtfl Bank acquired acquiredby acqulrrob7 acqire4y
by b y Francis Rlggs several ftra months ago agoAVI agowill < 0 0il1
AVI will il1 11 Uc Entire Site SiteThe SlttTIN SiteThe
The entire site ite win be utilized in the theconstruction theeoutrucdoa theonstruction
construction c of a JDOdenl modern hotel and thea theater theatier theatar ¬
tier of which it t is understood ua P H HChase E Ewill Rhase
Chase C hase will be the lesste In addition ition to tothe tlthe t tthe
the theater win be b a highclass blbc cafe and anda andbutet
a buffet leases far or which are under undernegotiation und underby r rneaodatiOll
negotiation by persons web known in inthose Intboee inhose
those t acids of catering to the public publictaste publitaRe publiutaste
taste tasteThe tasteThe
taReThe
The theater will occupy oeca the greater greaterpart greattrpert greaterert
part p ert of the ground floor space e to the thethird thethird timethird
third story s OlJ of the building boM This it Is Isunderstood 1 1nderstood
Itmclentood understood u win bo at the north side 81d 81dthe of ofthe rfhe
the t he building with an imposing Imp IIIk c entrant entranton entran entranoa
on G > street The hotel odes will be on onteentb ontbe otthe
tbe t he opposite 1ds with entrance on Fi Ff Ffaenth f ftHDtb
teentb t street with the cafe and buff buffadjoining bl bjfiadkIning ff ffa4JoInio
adjoining < Above the hotel lobby arl arlmenanine 41meaan1ne arIazt
menanine azt floors will be large parlors ar aTattracthe a I Iattractive Iattractive
attractive rooms for the use of the h harona hr0ns < ° > v I Ipatrons
patrons arona r0ns The upper stories will be beweed bevd r rte <
weed to the put wpossi poses of the hotel hotelBuilt bote1Dullt hotelfluiit
Built of Steel and Granite GraniteThe GrftIRItCTIle Graniteins
The ins structure 1UrtUre ure will he a huge b st stframe stf stffftIM stfrme >
frame faced with lightcolored ed granite granitein anltIta rarnt rarntIn
in the lower construction with lip J t tmarble tbIe tmarble
Ita
marble bIe and appropriate ornamentation ornamentationj emamentatlonaboYe emnamentattonabove
j above It is understood to be the pur purpoee purpose
jpose pose of the th corporation to remove boti botibuildings bot botII botibuildings
buildings occupying the site and con construct constreet ¬
II
street an entirely new bonding upon uponmodern uponI uponmodern
modern lines linea strong and durable durableThe durablebe durableTb
I The Tb theater said to be the new Chase Chasetheater Chas Chastbeater Chasetheater
theater will be a vaudeville house bou of oflarge ofllarp oflarge
large capacity which win be fitted ted out outwith outwith outall
llarp with aO the newest and most approved approvedfacilities appro approrcDltln approvedfacilities
facilities of such a structure structuref 8UUctureThe structureThe
f The hotel will be of equally attractive attractiveand attrat1 attrat1nd attractiveand
and nd useful design It being the purpose of ofthe n ntM ofthe
the corporation to Co t4 establish a a house which whichwill whichwill whichwill
will appeal directly to the most fastidious fastidioustastes tUdloustut8 fastidioustastes
tastes of the trave traveling public and invite > 3 3large a atarce alarge
large and wealthy clientele Palm gar gardens gardens gardens ¬
dens and special features of the modern modernhotel modernhotel modernhotel
hotel will be b Installed and the Interior Interiordecorations interiorwUl Interiordecoratisne
decorations will be such ueb as to compare comparefavorably comparefavorably comparefavorably
favorably with Titb the beat hotels hi Wash Washington Washlogiest ash ashlD8toe ¬
logiest and other cities citiesHoof clt1ltuoC citiesRoof
Hoof Gnrdcii n Feature FeatureThe FentureDttre FeatureThe
The entire structure will be surmounted surmountedH
It te said J4 by a roof garden which Is in intended inteDdecl n ntended ¬
tended to be one of the most pleasing pleasingfeatures pJea pleasingfeatures ing ingteatV18
features of the new hostelry As yet lt no nohotel nohotel nohotel
hotel In Washington W is equipped with one oneof In6or oneof
of these summer night J accessories so sopopular sopopular o opopular
popular m In some of the Eastern cttt citis citisand tlp tlpaDd F Fand
and which will naturally prove a blessing blessingto bI blessin blessinto ln lnto
to Washingtonians bound to the tb city eft dur during dmIn tin tinbig ¬
big < the rigors of the summer BUJIIDIII summ r season It is isunderstood isunderstood s sunderstood
understood that this feaftire will Ill be m mthe j n nthe t tthe
the nature of a surprise BU and aD n a delight t tthe tthe to tothe >
the residents resldent of the Capital CapitalThe CapitalThe CapitaLThe
The hotel will be fitted out with about ab11tiii ahotresins
15 iii rooms and suites for the ue OM of th thtraveling thtravelln the thetraveling
traveling public and those who may wish wishto wishto hd1 hd1to
to make them a more permanent abd abdEach abndI abotEach
Each room or suite will an have Its bath bathand bathand bathand
I and special attention has been given v n in inplanning inlannlDc inplanning
planning the building but to the elevator elevatorservice ellat0r1ee elevatorerrvice
service 1ee and other accessories es which hleb endear endearhotels endearbote18 endearhotels
hotels to a fastidious and exacting public publicIt pubUIt
It Is I understood that the building plans plansare plansre plansare
are re now ao o far advanced that construc construction conltrulion concirudon ¬
lion work will 81 begin as soon as the thepresent th thweeent thepresent
present weeent leases Ie on the Riggs House expire expireand npi expirepees1on rA rAon
and peSjS pees1on 0sh on > n of the th property can an be had hadTOT hadbi
TOT t tc < f < i Corporation uon It Is likely lIkel that th thdgrttoiftftru th4IeI the thedernMlthi
I dgrttoiftftru 4IeI lftba of the old buildings will be he hegun hfgun heduring
gun during the coming com mar summer and con construction coni construction ¬
i struction operations started a as soon as asfeasible asreus asthereafter
reus feasible thereafter thereafterWEAJl tbentterVEAR thereafterWER
WEAJl MOTHER HUBBABDS HUBBABDSSinlo HUBBARDSJlnle
Sinlo Iaie Convicts Protest Prote t Imt Authori Authorities AutllortlClI Authoritics ¬
ties Carry Cnrr Out Order Ordertome OrllerRome OrderRome
Rome Ga May I 3AlI All the male c tIn tInvtcta en1cts n nvtcts
vtcts of 0 Floyd County were today garbfi garbfiIn prb prbIn
In Mother Hnbbards by order of the thecounty thecounty thecounty
county commissioners comIl lo u This action aa aataken was wastafcen a ataan
taken because e of the numerous D escape escaperecently eseas eseasrecently aJ < 4 4reeeDU7
recently and to promote cleanliness cksanlineamong cleanlinemOIIC cleanlinessamong
among the prisoners prisonersThe WI8cNaenThe prisoatriautkodtio
The ° authorities say y that a a convict convictwearing conktweartns convictWWlfl
wearing WWlfl a Mother Hubbard win find it itvery Ityry itvery
very difficult to escape and that tho thohealth tl11healtb thohealth
health of the prisoners will be promote promoteby promoteb7 promotel promotelby
by this garb daring < hot weather weatherThe weatherTbe weatherThe
The convicts bitterly opposed the thechange thechanp thechange
change but the authorities found means meansto meantto meansmake
to make them don the attire atU and so soclothed 10ck soClOthed
clothed thfr were wereJH yut put to work on the thestreet thfltreet thestreet
street The spectacle 8J eCtacI of fifty ablebodied ablebodiedmen ablebodiedIRe11 ablebodiedworking
men ° working wor in Mother Hubhards caused causedmuch cau causedtouch t d dmucb
much humorous comment meAt during < the day dayPopular dayPopultr dayPopular
Popular IxcurMlon Baltimore A t Ohio OhioR OhioR OhioIL
R R 51 May In ny 8 R i
Leaving Union Station S15 a a m 100 100tn 100 100to 1fl 1flto
to Harpers Har rs Ferry F T and Martinsburg 1 1to 1to 1to >
to Berkeley Berkele Springs 200 2 200 to Cumberland Cumberlandand Cumbfrlanrland Cumberlandand
and return by special train tralnl returning returningsame returningsame
same day da
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