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A APAPEROF QUALITY PAPER OF OFQUALITY i THE W ASHINGT ON BER A L D j L LNO LA LARGEST CIRCULATION CIRCULATIONNO GESTMOR MORN3K MORN3Kj G GQUALITY S
NO 1329 WASHINGTON D C FRIDAY MAY 27 1910 SIXTEEN XTEE PAGES GES TWO VO CENTS
LDUISISi lOUI IAN HOST HOSTImpressive HO T TVISITS
VISITS MT VERNON VERNONIlnpressive
Impressive Exercises at the theTomb theromb
Tomb of Washington WashingtonHOUSE VVashingtonHOUSE
HOUSE COMMITTEE 0011 lIIrr lEE SEEN SEENJTew SEENNcw
JTew Orleans Claims for Panama PanamaExposition PanamaExposition
Exposition Urged UrgedTwo UrgedTwo
Two Hour Spent In Dlncuanion DlncuanionAfter DlKcuadonAter
After Which u Trip In 3Indc to tothe totbe
the Navy n Yard Ynrt1prcrtlt1ent President nml 3lM 3lMTnlt lrl lrlfntt
Tnlt to Receive Entire Party purt To Today TocJn ¬
day cJn on White House Lnvrn LnnDe LnnDepnrt De Depart ¬
part for Home Toiilght TO111htProbably
Probably ttt rne buslost men in this city cityyesterday cItYyeaterday
yesterday were the roJ members member of the theLouisiana theLoulslaJuL
Louisiana delegation d 8tton < which came here herefor hlnfor
for the purpose N of urging ur R upon Congress Congressand Con ee eeand
and the nation at large the claim d kn of ofNow
1 Now ew Orleans for the Panama exposition expositionIn
In 1915 bwt t they wr w r not too much oc occupied 0uplcd ¬
cupied to to forget they the were American cit citteens cUens
teens ens and they spent half of their first firstday irtdBV
day in the National Capital in paying payingtribute pq1ngtrlbut
tribute trlbut to the memory of the father of oftl ofHelr
tl Helr < ir country countr countrArter
After utilizing uUllztn ovory minute of the themorning tbemornlnK
morning in proving to the dubious that thatNew
New 1 tW Orleans Orlm1 is the logical point for forthe torthE
the exposition the entire delegation delegationconsisting deleplionconSlatlnK
consisting of Gov 00 Sanders San Lieut GoY GovLambremont GoYLambremont
Lambremont Mayor Behrman B hrmD of Now NowOrleans Ne NeOrlean
Orleans the State legislature mayors of ofseveral oC8tvera1
several other Southern cities clU and a host hostof hcNItot
of prominent business and professional professionalmen
men gave way to their spirit of patriot patriotism patriotIsm ¬
ism and abandoned work for the purpose purposeof ie ieor
of spending tho afternoon at Mount Ver Vernon Vernon
non and nd visiting the tomb o oC George GeorgeWashington Georloa
Washington WashingtonThe a hln lon lonTho
The party left the navy D f yard at 1 1oclock 1oclock
oclock on the U S S So Dolphin and andarrived a aarrived
arrived at Mount Vernon about bout an hour hourlater our ourlater
later refreshed by the river breeaes breeu and anda anclluncheon
a luncheon on board the boat boatFloral boatrlornI
Floral Wreath rrn th on Tomb TombThe TomJThe
The exercises at the historic tomb were wereimpressive wereImpreMlvl
impressive Standing in the mld mldllt of the thedelegation tM4lepUon
delegation with bared and bowed ed heads headsGov head headGo
Gov Go Sanders paid a touching tribute to toGeorge toGcorKe
George Washington VAhln ton in a brief address addressA 8 8A
A floral wreath wjts then placed on the thatomb thetomb
tomb and the party pert dispersed for a short shortperiod sbortperiOd
period of rest and sightseeing sightseeingEvery 1IIbtMel 1IIbtMelEvery
Every point of interest on the old oldplantation oldplantation
plantation was U visited by the delegates delegateswhose delegatelwho8e
whose interest Jnter centered in the colonial colonialmansion COlonialmanaloA
mansion where wher Washington made his hishome blahome
home The party left Mount Yeroon la latime IDI
I time to return to Washington for dinner dinnerThe dinnerThe
The delegates separated as soon as they theyreached thyreached
reached the city and sought diversion diversionsingly dtvtonsingly
singly in coupies eoupl and small groups The TheLouisianans
i Louisianans were to be seen n An almost almostevery AlmosteYet7
every section of Washington last night nightToe nightTbe
Toe delegation reached Washington Washingtonabout Vhlnetonabout
about 7 oclock in
the morning on a aspecial aHIelal
special train of two sections aecttO II They Th j were weremet weremet
met at Union Station by Senator Foster Fosterand F ter teranct
and Representative Broussard of Louisi Louisiana Loutslana ¬
ana T P Thompson chairman of the theexecutive theoxecutlve
executive committee of the Worlds Vorld Ex Exposition ExpoeJUon ¬
position Company of New Orleans and andCol andCot
Cot James L Wright assistant tant secretary secretaryof
of the company companyImirtcrcd comanyCluurtercl
Imirtcrcd nt the tb AoVr X AVlllnrd AVlllnrdThe 1I1nrd 1I1nrdThe
The party were driven to the New W1I W1Ilard Willard
lard Hotel headquarters of the delega delegation ¬
lion where they breakfasted breakr ted before hold ¬
log business meetings for discussion of
Important questions From 10 to IS ISoclock I Ioclcrok
oclock the delegation was wa before the theContinued theConthtuetl
Continued on Pngre Pn c 1JJ Colnmn 5 5PTTLEAN 3 3PULIJifAN
PTTLEAN OAKS HOTELS HOTELSNot
Not Transporting PnsxcnKcrs la laCourt 1mCourt
Court Argument ArgumentChicago ArJumcntCblcap
Chicago May 31lf uIf you rent a berth
in a Pullman car and go to bed only to towake towake
wake up in the th morning to And you have havenot havonot
not left the railroad station where you
boarded boarcl the train you must be satisfied
The Pullman Company is really In the
hotel business bullne and does not transport transportpassengers tranap ft ftvauen
passengers vauen ra It was w explained at the
hearing he rln today before the judges of the
Tnited States Circuit Court The Pull Pullman Pullman ¬
man Companys motion for a prelim ¬
inary Inar injunction restraining the Inter1 Inter1state Inter Inter5tate
state Commerce Commission from reduc ¬
ing the the price of berths was Ii argued before i
Judges Crosscup Cro cuD Baker Seaman and
Kohlsaat KohlsaatSEEK KohluaLSEEK
SEEK SUFFRAGE COMPROMISE COMPROMISEMembers COlIPROrrIISEUcmherl
Members of Parliament IJcpln Work Workas ork orknil
as n L Committee CommitteeLondon CommlttceLondon
London May 36 SA A number of members membersof
of Parliament belonging M1Oft to all parties partieshave putt puttha
have ha e constituted themselves a concilia conciliation conciliation ¬
tion committee for woman suffrage
They aim at settling ttUn the question on a aplan aplan
plan acceptable to all shades of suf ¬
fragettes fragettesAs
As a practicable minimum they
will In Introduce Introduce ¬
troduce in the Houee Ho of Commons Commonscarl as asearly
early as possible a bill enfranchising enfranchisingwomen enfraacltl8lngwomen
women holding ho1dh such house 10 property as aswould Uwould
would qualify them If
they wore mon monto mont
to t vot Ote OteI
I
HALLEYS COMET COMETDAILY COMETDAl
DAILY DAl Y BULLETIN BULLETINMay DULL5TINlfa
May lfa 27 27Halleys Hallcys comet cometsets cometsets
sets today at 1117 11 17 p m and andtomorrow lndtomorrow
tomorrow at 1122 11 22 p m mComets mComets
Comets speed today about
1577 railcs 1iles per minute minuteAtlantic minutbr
br lIcCIUllIlbeft c D DAtJnntfc
Atlantic City Special Specialcinl
EtrecUve MAY 30 the Atlntlc Clu Spe Specht
cinl cht through train via Penna Railroad
Delaware River Bridge Route will leave
Washington every ever ntckdayat 106 p m mami mDnd
ami arrive Atlantic Clty 4S p m m Re Rei
I turnlnK It will IMV Atlantic CltJ 1 p
m i weekdays w > ekdaJI and arrive Washington JfO JfOv 50 50p
v p m Through broiler buffet parlor parlorcars parlorars
cars ars and coaches coachesDecoration coach coachDccorn110n
Decoration Day DnT Flowern Flowernat
at reasonable prices Blackistfeno Bncklst nc 14 H
WEATHER FORECAST FORECASTFor
For the District of Columbia ColumbiaMaryland ColumbiaMaryland
Maryland and Virginia VirginiaFair VirginiaFairtoda Fair Fairtoday
today toda and tomorrow continued continuedcool continuedcool
cool light northerly winds windsCREW windsCREW
I
CREW REPORTED LOST LOSTTwentyseven LOSTTwentyseven
Twentyseven on French Submarine Submarinein
in Collision CollisionParis CollisionParll
Paris May t5The Pas de Calais a achannel achaRnel
channel boat while going < out ouL of the theharbor tbeharbor
harbor at Calais this afternoon collided collidedwith CGllkllMlwith
with the 0 French submarine boat Plw Plwvtese Plaviole
vtese Although tugs went cut to tho thoassistance thoaMl8tAnce
assistance of the rammed submarine beat beatat boatIIt
at oace oaee it is stated that all the crow of oftwentyseven oftwonqJleen
twentyseven wore drowned drownedThe drownecSThe
The Pluviose Flul was the latest typo of ofsubmarine orsubmarine
submarine boat on the th Laubeuf system systemSho astemSilo
Silo was wa K rn meters long and 460 tons tonsburden tonsburden
burden The admiralty has received a alaconic alaconic
laconic dispatch from Calais which whichmerely whichmorely
merely states that the Pirnlose wont wontdown wontdown
down in seventeen meters of ot water This Thisleaves ThwIMVeI
leaves hone that the crew cr may m yot ot be besaved beaYId
saved Divers have been hurried from fromDunkirk tromDunlclrk
Dunkirk to commence work immediately immediatelyTRANSFER lmmedlatehTRANSFER
i
TRANSFER FOR BRYAN BRYANPaymaster BRYANi BRYANPaymast
i
Paymaster r to Succeed Carpenter in inBureau inBureau
Bureau of Supplies SuppliesPaymaster SuppliesPaymuter
Paymaster Samuel Bryan U S N Nwho Nwho
who is now no on duty at the United States StatesNaval StatellNaval
Naval Academy as assistant lant pay officer officerand omeerand
and storekeeper wfll be detailed as as assistant a atant ¬
sistant tant chief of the Bureau of Supplies Suppliesand SUppltMAtMl
and Accounts ceounta when Pay Pa Director Thomas ThomasJ Thomas ThomasJ
J Cowle becomes paymaster general of ofthe otthe
the navy navyMr na V3 V3r
Mr r Bryan will succeed Pay Director DirectorJohn DlroclorJohn
John S S Carpenter who now is assistant assistantchief tant tantchief
j chief of the Bureau of Supplies SuPpU and Ac Accounts AcCOuntll ¬
counts countsFAT COuntllFAT
FAT JUROR MAPS MAPSAT NAPSAT
AT SOCIETY TRIAL TRIALApologizes TRIALApologizes
Apologizes forSnoring fOlSllor l1g When Whenriven Yhel1Hi
Hi riven yen a Prod ProdPittsbttrg Pro ProPIt
Pittsbttrg PIt r May 31 SA1 Almost every mem member l ftI ftIher ¬
her of tho famous Five Hundred Club Clubwhich CIowhich
which comprises the best t part oi Pitta Pittaburgs Pittburs
burgs suburban rich on the West t Side Sidecrowded SIdecrGoded
crowded into Judge Evans court today todaywhoro tec1ayhoro
whoro horo Mrs Ir Hilda M L Shafer one of the theclub theclub
club leaders was suing Mrs 1 Gladys GladysHaupt GladysUaupt
Haupt for 6000 6000 damages damagesMrs dama < cs csrs
Mrs rs Shafer alleges 1leg slander and spent spentthe spentthe
the day with 1th her score of witnesses witnessestrying Wilneeaeatoing
trying to prove that Mrs Haupt had re recently recently ¬
cently referred to her as a fat thing thingand thtngAnd
and that she bad openly accused her of ofstealing ofateaU
stealing ateaU g a pah of a S gloves lOv while w lle at attendinV atone
tendinV one of the clubs club social functions functionsAfter twnetSQnfter
After being a out t five ftv hours boursdte the jury to tonight tontibt ¬
night returned a sealed Ied verdict which whichwill wblekill
will ill heopened oJened in the morning < No mat matter matter ¬
ter which way the verdict goes it is cer certain eeftaln ¬
tain that a new trial will be asked by bythe bythe
the lady lad who dont like the result The Thereason Therea
reason rea on for this will be that one of the thefat therat
fat jurymen went to sleep late today todaywhile toclywhUe
while an attorney was w addressing the thejury thejury
jury A Upstaie Upata prodded Juryman Dally Dallywlth DaJ1 DaJ1Ith
wlth Ith his pole when he snored and ho hoapologized hoapologiHd
apologized sleepily to the court courtINK courtI
I
INK PROVES FALSE WEIGHTS WEIGHTSGovernment WEIGHTSGovernment
Government Sugar Probe Reaches ReachesHeikes ReaohesHeikes
Heikes Office OfficeCompany OfficeCOll1pnl1
Company N Secretnry Sccrctnr IN Author of ofLetters ofLeUers
Letters Upon Which hlch Conviction ConvictionIc
Ic Looked For ForNew ForNew
New York May ay 38The trail of the thegovernment thesovornment
government prosecutors in the sugar sugarfrauds luprCmud
frauds led right ht into the executive of offices of1ce ¬
fices of the sugar trust at 117 Wall Wanltreet Wanltreettoda street streettoday
today toda at the trial of Charles R Heike Heikethe Hefkethe
the secretary of the company and the theother theI
other defendants before Judge Ju e Martin Martinin lartlnI
I
I in the United States Circuit Ctrcult Court CourtMr CourtIr
Mr Ir Heike was wa the letter writer of the thecompany thecom
company com pan In the many man years be had hadI
I acted as its secretary he wrote enough enoughletters enouKhi
i letters to nil 15000 letterpress 1e terprH8 copy copybooks copyI ¬
I books He was the man all the evidence evidenceshowed elcIeneeIhOWed
showed who attended personally to every everybookkeeping everybookkeePlng
bookkeeping detail of the business It Itwould Itwould
would seem watching Watchh the outputs of the therefineries thereftnerle5
refineries scattered over the country ex examining ¬
t amining their detailed statements made madeevery madeevery
every day and every month and writing writingletters wrltl wrltlletter
letters to their superintendents if the re results reRita ¬
Rita did not please Some of his many manyletters manyletters
letters wore read into the evidence to today toda ¬
day and in at least one instance lnat nce would wouldseem wouldHem
seem to show that he knew what was wasgoing wa waKOlng
going on in the matter of the false falseweighing faiNwelihlns
weighing weighingWhen welihlnsWhen
When the sugar frauds fra were exposed exposedtho oxpo oo ootho
tho books of the company in Wall street streetdidnt tr t
didnt balance by many thousands of ofpounds oCpound
pounds on the basts of the false weights weightsprocured welshtsprocured
procured through the manipulation of ofthe orthe
the scales With these weights as a a abasis abasisAnd
basis basisAnd and statements put in today todayshowed toM toMsbowed
showed this thtamore more refined sugar r was be being be beIn ¬
ing In turned out of the refineries than the theamount themount
amount of raw sugar that went Into Intothem Intothem
them and in the refining of sugar there thereis thereIt
is generally a loss But the books wore woremade woremad
made mad to balance in the companys offices officesby kes kesby
by inserting there amounts that prac practically practScally ¬
tically represented the difference be between between ¬
tween the true weight and tho false falseThe tal e eThe
The false fa I weights were made up first firstand firatand
and appeared in black ink Then the dif differences dlrferencetl ¬
ferences at the end of each month care carefully carefUll ¬
fully fUll collected m In tho meantime were weroinserted wereInlorted
inserted in rod ink Then tho statement statementwith statOlnent statOlnentwith
with the black figures figur and the red fig figures ft fturOll ¬
ures was wa turned over to Air Helko HelkoThe HelkoThe
The government will close its case to toTvro tomorron
morron morronTwo
Two AllmnyXctr Yorlc YorJ Flight FlightNew FUglltNow
New York May Ma S6Cbarlos K K Hamil Hamilton HamiltOn ¬
ton Is coming to New York from Jack Jacksonville JckcmUle ¬
sonville Pla with his aeroplane to make maketho mnketho
tho flight m t from New York to Albany Alban AlbanGlen
Glen H lIe Curtis is waiting for a favorable favorableopportunity tnvorablcopportunl
opportunity opportunl to mako the same flight by bystarting b bstarting
starting from Albany Curtlss may ma start startFriday startFriday
Friday
l Baltimore and Return
Baltimore Ohio R R
Even Saturday and Sunday All trains
both ways both days except Royal Lim ¬
ited
TilS T fT TRIP ITEM IIE1HIBIETS ITEMAHORNEr
HIBIETS AHORNEr IE5ITawney
Tawney Pitches House Into IntoWar IntoVal
War of Sarcasm SarcasmDIXIE SarCaSll1DlXIE
DIXIE HOSPITALITY lfO pr ALPlY HIT HITHeads HEIReads
Heads List of Presidents Hosts Hostsas llostsas
as Kickers KickersAfter li cters ctersArter
After They Hn Hnel l Bested De gcl Him to toVisit tohIt
Visit hIt Their District He Says SaysThey Sa SaTbc
They Tbc Turn Around nml Kick Illm Illmfor lIhnfor
for Doliiff Dotu So by b Opposing Hid HidImmediately IU IUInunetliateb
Immediately Avnllnlile Expense ExpenseHardwlck Ex en c cIInrlwJeJt
Hardwlck Get Hctitcd HctitcdChairman lIeRtctlChairman
Chairman Tawney of the House Ap Appropriations Appropriation ¬
propriations Committee made himself himselfand hhnteltand
and President Taft unpopular 7o yesterday yesterdayafternoon erdaY erdaYalternoon
afternoon during durin debate on the item of of25h ofSoM
25h SoM for the traveling expenses of the thePresident thePrnldent
President to be immediately available availableAs a vallableAr
As Ar a result of air Ir Tawneys reflections reflectionsupon reftectlonlupon
upon Southern hospitality taUt of his charge chargethat c cthat
that one of the Presidents hosts in the theSouth tb tbSouth
South charged him board and of the thefact thetct
fact that he read a list furnished by the theWhite UteWhite
White House Hou containing < the names of ofSouthern orSouthern
Southern members of the House who had hadaccepted hadaccesMd
accepted the Presidents hospitality on onhis ontnln
his train and yet opposed the imme bonaedtately immediately ¬
diately available portion of the travel traveling travolIft ¬
ing Ift expense item Item the Democratic sid sidot sldof
of the House Ho is red hot hotEverything botEvery
Everything Every thina started smoothly enough enoughwhen enotIshwhen
when Representative Macon II of Arkan Arkansas JnnA ¬
sas A mildly made a point of order orcIerthe agatost agatostthe
the item itemMr
Mr Tawney began his reply sad expla explanation ¬
nation quietly enough but he warmed warmedup ftlDlup
up so raptdly pkt1y that Representative Bart BartJett
Jett leU of Georgia rgIa who wae Mr Taffs Taffshost
host at his h home in Macon uurlng the thePresidents thePrlddent
Presidents Southern trip and half baltdo a adozen
dozen n other tber Democrats were on their theirfeet
feet trying to interrupt him himReprove
1 1I1ClJrOcol
Reprove Ills JI Colleague ColleagueAfter CollongueltAtter
After the President has accepted the theInvitation theInvttatJon
Invitation of members of this 111 House BOUNtO BOUNtOyllSt vto vtovisit
visit their States Stat said Mr r Tawney bit bitterly ¬
terly and he has accepted that invita invitation Invttatlon ¬
tion knowing < full well the expense and andwhile andwblle
while they on that trip accepted ted his hishospitality
hospitality they turn around here now nowand
and criticise the President Ipr or accepting acceptingtheir acceptlnctbelrlmitatlon
their tbelrlmitatlon invitation invitationMr
Mr Bartlett bounced out of his seat as asif asIt
if he had received rtce1 an electric shock and anddemanded anddemanded
demanded that Mr Tawney yield the thefloor theftoor
floor Mr Tawney declined declinedI
I dont blame you JO cried Mr r Bart Bartlett Bartlett ¬
lett excitedly 8tetWclI uI I would too if I I were werein wer werIn
in your place placeTwentyflve pIaeeTwentyftve
Twentyflve Democratic Representa Representatives Reprn Dta Dtativ ¬
tiv tives continued Mr r Tawney called at atthe atthe
the White House and extended to the thePresident taMPtwtdent
President the hospitality of their dis districts dWtrteta ¬
tricts urging urin and begging nl him to ac accept aceept ¬
cept their Invitations which he did And Andyet Andyet
yet when wo e are appropriating to defray etra7tbe
the expenses incident to accepting their thelrinvitations theirInvitatlou
invitations they now no criticise him Is Isthat Isthat
that Southern hospitality Can there be bea bea
a meaner man than he who invites Inylt an another aaother ¬
other man to accept his hospitality and andthen andthen
then when that man becomes his bfaturns guest
turns around and kicks him because he heaccepted heaccepted
accepted the invitation criticising him himand blmaat
and even charging ng him for his board T TWhere rrbere
Where rbere was he charged board boardT T de demanded demanded
manded Mr r Bartlett BartlettIn
In Georgia Geo I think replied Mr Taw Tawney Tawne ¬
ne blandly blandlyThat blandlyThat
That is not true yelled Mr Bartlett Bartlettshaking BartlettabaklDg
shaking his flst in the air Jr That TbatabIIOlutely is isabsolutely
absolutely false falseWell faRVel
Well Vel said Mr Tawney TawlM I can cite citean ctten
an n instance where you OU Wfte were the guest of ofthe orthe
the president on this present trip tripWonder triPWonder
Wonder if he bought his own meal moalticket mealticket
ticket interjected Representattfe 11a 11amer Ha Hamr
mr of Idaho IdahoI
I did cried Mr Bartlett and paid paidmy paidm
my m own fare fareBut tareBut
But you didnt pay your own beard beardsuggested boardwgeted
suggested Representative Hinshaw of ofNebraska orNebraska
Nebraska NebraskaYes NebraskaY
Yes Y I did shouted Mr Bartlett and andpaid AndrId
paid out a large amount of money to todefray todefray
defray my own expenses expensesGuests experuteSGuc
Guests Guc tlt 011 Tnft Truln TrulnThen TrnlnThen
Then reading roadln from his White House Houselist Housollet
list Mr Tawney Tanto mentioned that Ropre Ropresentatlves RopresentatfVe8
sentatlves Taylor of Colorado and Bart Bartlett Bartlett ¬
lett and Hardwick Hard wlek of Georgia aeor had been beenthe beenthe
the Presidents guests uats on his private car carduring carduring
during the trip in question questionRepresentative questionn
Representative n prewntaUe Fitegerald of New NewYci NowYeale
Yci Yeale k suggested susge ted it WAJI extremely remark remarkable remarkable ¬
able that Mr Ir Tawney had been able to tosecure toure
secure ure from the White blte House a list of the theDemocrats
Democrats who at the behest of the thepeople
people In their district had urged the thePresident thePreaidont
President to visit various rlau sections of the thecountry tbecountr
country countryI countr countrI
I am inclined to think he said that thatperhaps thatporbtlp
perhaps after the 5th of last August Au ust no noRepublican noRepubUettn
Republican governor desired the Presi President Frlcl ¬
dent cl nt in his State defending what he de declared declAred ¬
clared to be the best tariff law over overpassed eyerpalHd
passed passedf passedNo palHdSo
f No one over imagined that the Pro President l ldont ¬
dent would spend most of the time during duringCongress durln durlnCongr
Congress Congr away from Washington They Theydo
do 10 not approve of this any more than thanthey thanthct
they approve of the whole hole government governmentclosing governmentclOlllna
closing up shop in warm weather and the thecabinet thocabinet
cabinet officers establishing their offices officesIn officesIn
In different dlrcer nt parts of the United States StatesLast StatesLast
Last summer tho tho Attorney Attorno General hired hiredan hiredan
an ofllce in New Nc York adjacent to the thoBar theBar
Bar Association and made that his hi hcAd hc4dquarters hcAdquarters
quarters The people are commencing to tobe tobe
be convinced that these men should con conduct conduct ¬
duct their public offices orne from the seat of ofgovernment otsoernment
government governmentThe soernmentThe
The President went to New York not notto notto
to engage in some great public function functionbut runctlonbut
but to defend d fend his administration and his hisparty hispdrt
party pdrt and it canio with exceedingly bad badgrace b d dgrace
grace for him on Lincolns birthday blrthda blrthdarIdicule to toridicule
ridicule his political P llticaI opponents after hav having havIng ¬
ing expanded tho publics money to travel travelover traveloor
over there thereHnrclirlck thereIInrthvlck
Hnrclirlck Gctu Heated HeatedJust 1IentccJJust
Just about this time Representative RepresentativeHardwick Representat1eIlardwlclc
Hardwick of Gergia who had been out outof outor
of the chamber came back on tho floor floorend floorend
end was informed by some of his col colleagues collengues ¬
leagues that Mr Tawney Tawne had dragged his hisnamo hisnamo
namo into tho debate or this Itom in no novery novory
very complimentary way So Mr Hard
wick rushod down to tho stenographers stenographersroom IJtenocraPh rs rsroom
I
room whore he rend the typewritten re report report ¬
port of Mr Ir Tawneys remarks When Whenhe Whenhe
he got back on tlio floor he was ripping rIppingmad j jmad
mad I IMr
Mr Tawnoy he says suggests that thatany thatnn
any nn member who has boen the guest of ofthe oCI
the President Incurs a political obliga obligation ¬
I i
I tion The President would not stand for forany er erany
any such talk talkAfter i
After An r some talk along this line line he do domanded
manded to know know from whom Whol Mr Tawney Tawne Tawnegot i igot
got the list of names nam of Southern Demo Democrats Democrats I
crats who had been the Presidents PresidentsgtiesU Prealdent1foet
gtiesU on tills thi trip and who now opposed opposedtho oppGMdtho
tho traveling trA vellnl expense cxp nae Item Every meat member meatbeM ¬
ber in the House turned to the appropria appropriations approPlc1atlona ¬
tions chairman awaiting IUS his reply replyProm repl7Prom
Prom the Secretary to the President PresidentMT
MT Tawiiey admitted admittedAnd ad hltted hlttedAnd
And the Secretary to the President Presidentundertakes PrMldntundertakes
undertakes to furnish ammunition like likethat likethat
that to be used on an occasion like likethis Jllcelhls
this Mr Hardwick cried Why I am amastounded amut6unded
astounded ut6unded that a man who ho holds as high highan hfghAn
an official place as a that should violate violatetho violatetho
tho rules of o good manners and all ideas ideasof I Ior
of courtesy among gentlemen and under undertake uridertake ¬
take to say that because members have havebeen Davebeen
been social guests uoetl they are obligating obligatingthemselves obltstiocthemlelvOi
themselves f fDiscredit
themlelvOiDlrlcreclltK
Discredit the Men MenRemarking IelenR
Remarking R m rklng that he had always had a ahigh ahigh
high opinion of Mr Taft as an amiable amiablegontloman amlaOlesontloman
gontloman and a model of courtesy Mr MrHardwick MrHardwick
Hardwick declared Yet if I thought thoughtthat thcm ht htthat
that he deliberately sent here the names namesof DaJaMor
of those members who accepted his beNt hospitality beNtplWIt ¬
pitality plWIt so that they might have it flung flungin UDg UDgIn
in their teeth that they had rendered for forpay tOfpay
pay social attention to the President on ona ORtrip
a trip my opinion of Mr Taft as a a man manand mnnd
and nd as a gentleman would be very much muchlowered muchloweracl
lowered I cannot credit it I cannot cannotbottove cannetbeHove
bottove it itSpeaker ItSpeacer
Speaker Cannon took t the floor and andsaid aDdsakI
said that if he had his way the salary salaryof Miaryot
of the President Pr31fd nt weuJd bo not J7SOC9 but butat butAt
at least IWM 1fJjMO > CHK > and he urged the accept acceptance A tJt tJtance ¬
ance of the traveling travellD expense H Item wltk wltkthe wtthUte
the Immediately available provision provisionleft PtOY IIoneft
left in In If he had his way 7 Mr Cannon Cannonsaid CanDOltNkI
said he would have all Senators Se and andRepresentatives aoclRepleHDtatives
Representatives let alone the President Presidenttravel Prldenttraul
travel around the country countryIf
If I It were practical he said Id I would wouldmake wouI4Imake
make it a qualification QuaU Uon for a Representa Representative Repl8eIStatin ¬
tin or a Senator of this great republic republicto
to have some acquaintance from one oneocean eOftD
ocean to the other with the people and andwith udth
with th the country countryTwrniBs eowuryrTurnl
TwrniBs Turnl toward the Democratic side sideMr weMr
Mr Cannon said he h had no abuse for forthose foet
those t Democrat who opposed th the appro appropriation ¬
priation priationBut pr1UonBut
But I would risk my souls 80111 salvation salvationhe
he said that In Georgia or in any anyothoc
othoc State you cannot find one man manwoman UI UIOIUA
woman or child out of ten that would wouldIndorse YOGldtncIonIe
Indorse such h action on your part partTho partTbQ
Tho only point at issue l ue almost escaped escapedattention
attention as a result of the controversy
The appropriation of 5tO was not sub subject ab abject ¬
ject to a point of order but the thepale lan language ¬
pale making < it Immediately available availablewas A vaJlablCWU
was Mr Tawney told the House that thatalthough thataJth
although aJth b the year was wa not yet et up Po the thePresident thePrMkteat
President had done so much traveling tnv tnvtbV
thf tbV be had used up the J25 ss < 00 oO and he
didnt know how much more mereWHEAT S SWHEAT
WHEAT GET SBEST SBESTOF SBESTOF
OF JAMES I IMore
A PATTES PATTESMore
More Than a Million Lost in inDays inDays
Days Slump SlumpChicago SlumpCblcaso
Chicago May 26 GJames James A Patten al almost al almost ¬
most on the eve of hta retirement was wasforced wutonecl
forced to take the count today te om omof oatoC
of the liveliest bouts ho has ever had hadwith ba4with
with the boars boar on the board of trade tradeTho tradeTho
Tho Mg speculator acqnowledged Rcqnow ed defeat defeatby defeatby
by throwing over several veral million bushels bushelsof buebdaoC
of September wheat heat at quotations said saidto aidto
to average fully 10 cents a ubshel under underthe underthe
the purchase price Many of his follow followers followrS ¬
ers likewise lIko suffered big losses lossesTho lOeseeTho
Tho total loss sustained talned by b Patten was wasU9C06CO wa1SOero
U9C06CO and by his friends triend SSUMHH ac accortllng aceotiIlnc
cortllng to brokers estimates estimatesGOVERNORS eeUmat eeUmatGOVERNORS
GOVERNORS FATHER DIES DIESHome DIESHomc
Home of ofDelnvnre Delmrnrc Executive Scene Sceneof Sceneof
of Ajrcil 3Iiin JlunJ Dentine DentineDover DemillcDocr
Dover Del Del May Ma 36 SDeath Death entered the thehome th thhome
home of the governor of Delaware this thisevening thisevenIng
evening taking Simeon Pennewill father fatherof fatherot
of Gov Simeon S Ponncwill and of Chief ChiefJustice ChletJustlce
Justice Jas PennowiH PennowiHHe PenaowlllHo
He was S5 years can old and nd he said he was wasThe a aTbe
The happiest man in the world at the theage theage
age of 84 on the center of the stage of the theDover theDover
Dover opera house hon when he saw his hisyoungest hllyoun
youngest youn 8 t son Simeon sworn in as a gover governor IOvernor ¬
nor of his state with his son Jamos ad administering administerIng ¬
ministering the oath oathTAFT OAthTAFT
TAFT TO LAY CORNERSTONE CORNERSTONEArmy
Army Arm nn untl I Xnvy n Y 31 1 C A Jit Xerr Xerrport Xewport
port Gets Get Consent ConsentNewport ConsentXewport
Newport R I May 2ft President Taft Tafthas Tafthas
has consented to lay the corner atone of oftho orthe
the new Navy Nav and Army Young Mens MensChristain 1lcn 1lcnCbrJltafn
Christain Association building in this thiscity thl8elt
city elt If possible po lbJe this event will take placodurIng placo placoduring
during the time that the president is in inRhode InRhode
Rhode Island attending the convention of ofthe ofthe
the American Waterways Association at atProvldonceearly atProldenceoorl
Provldonceearly Proldenceoorl in September Some per porson person
son whose name has never been an announced announce
nounced gave I3000CO 11IIOO000 for the new nc build building ¬
ing x xSHAKEN xSHAKEN
SHAKEN TIP IN COLLISION COIUSIONSevern COLLISIONSCTernlI1nc
Severn SCTernlI1nc Have Xnrrorv nrrow Encnpe on thc tbeAqueduct thcAqucduct
Aqueduct Bridge BridgeSeveral DrhlgcSeeral
Several persons por ns had a narrow oecape oecapeshortly 08capeshortly
shortly after 6 oclock yesterday osten1a after afternoon afternoon ¬
noon on Acueduct Bridge when when a car carriage CArrinse ¬
rinse driven by James Gillcy of 0 Fort FortMycr FortMycr
Mycr and occupied by b Mrs Rllcy RlIl Iillse IillseAlice jllSfJAlice
Alice Flyin and Capt J Llndsey Jr Jrall jrall
all of Fort Mycr Iycr collided < 1 with an Ar Arlington r rlIngton ¬
lington Brewery wagon and a brick brickwagon brickwagon
wagon driven by b a negro negroAlthough negroAlthough
Although the occupants of the carriage carriagewore cirrlqe cirrlqewore
wore shaken up no one was Injured InjuredTho InjuredTho
Tho damage dllm ge to the carriage was wasP 50 50PATTLHAN
PATTLHAN P AULHA i GOES HIGHER IDGHERAmcrlcnn i iAmerican
American Record Beaten 20O Metres Metresin uctre uctreiu
in Verona Flight FlightVerona FlightVerona
Verona May 2S 26Paulhan Paulhan the aviator aviatormade aviatormnde
made an astounding night at the avltlon avltlonmeeting l1ltlonmeeting
meeting her tody tod ascending to a height heightof heightor
of 11 11G3 < 3 metros which beat his American Americanrecord A rlcan rlcanrecord
record by2W metres Aviators EfflmofC EfflmofCand EmmofCand
and Chavez rose to altitudes of 1006 and and7S6 ardEG
7S6 metres respectively respectively51CO rCfpccUveIt rCfpccUveItLCO
51CO LCO Sunday Excursion Bluemont
I
T CKT N NRMt i iHAD
HI OF E 1 Ui UiKear u uHear
Hear Admiral to Succecul Sn < ce ll Dr DrKuedham DrNcedhanl
Kuedham in Fall FallDEAN fallDEAN
DEAN McBAlN PROMOTED PROMOTEDYoung P ROJIOl D Dy
Young y OU g Man Will Become As Assistant Assistant ¬
sistant to Acting cting President PresidentNew
I
New Administration to Devote Time Timeto I
to Work Vorl of Reorganization Rcor nnhntlon of Eil I tl j jncutlonnl I Iueutlonal j
ncutlonnl anil Financial Systems SystemsTmwtcc SItelUITrllH1ec
Tmwtcc ISJntcil Over Their Selec Selection Selection ¬
tion nml nclievc Their Advent hent to toOffice toOffice
Office Will ill Mark Xcw > cvr Bra BraRear UrnRear
Rear Admiral Charles Char Herbert Stockton StocktonU
U S N retired was a appointed acting actingpresident actbaSpree6
pree6 president ent ef C C George Washington Univer University Unlveralty ¬
sity yesterday YMterday to succeed Dr Charles W WNeedham WNeedham
Needham NeedhamRear NeedhamRear
Rear Admiral Stockton has accepted acceptedthe acceptedthe
the office and will assume UR his duties on onSeptember OftSeptember
September 1 1 when Dr Keedbams Need term termexpires termpk
expires expiresDr pk
pkDr
Dr Howard Lee McBatn dean of the theCollege tbeCoI
College CoI of Political Sciences will assume assumeo ameoUke
o oUke ce st the same e time as assistant taJIt to the theacting theaet1n
acting aet1n president presidentBoth 1MMldeatBoth
Both appointment were w made at a aspecial a8IedaJ
special meeting of the hoard of trustees trusteesyesterday truateM8Iterday
yesterday afternoon Rear AdmiralStocktons Admiral AdmiralStocktons
Stocktons name has not been mentioned mentionedpublicly meatJonedpublicly
publicly as a probable successor aue to Dr DrNeedham DrNeec1bm
Needham and the announcement azmo of Ofappointment his hisappointment
appointment came as a surprise in edu educational edueatkuI ¬
eatkuI cational circles circlesWork clrc clrcQrk
Work Qrk of Iluor anixntinn anixntinnBear nnhntlonnr
Bear Admiral Stockton term of office officewill ofttewth
will be devoted to the work of reorgaitf reorgaitfxatkm r ratJoa
xatkm of the educational and financial financialsystems ftMnda18Mem1
systems of the college after which be bewill bewin
will retire retir hi favor of a permanent t presl presldent prestc1ftat
I
dent dentSpeaking
c1ftator
Speaking of the policies to be pursued pursuedRear pursuedBear
Rear Admiral Stockton said last night nightThe n1cbtTJae
j
The restoration reatoradonot of the endowment ea owmftat fund fundand CUDdand
and the cleaning up of all aftnandal financial diffi difficulties 41111eultl ¬
culties eultl or misunderstandings mnn cflD will be two twoof twoor
of the aim tnfa of the coming administratkm administratkmThough admfnJatraUCJnTboucb
Though this will necessarily leave us in ina ina
a straitened financial condition we be believe be beIk ¬
lieve Ik that the public will com come to our aid aidAt 1eI 1eIAt
At any JaY rate rat we can go before them with withgreater withMtcr
greater confidence con deoce In their support if ifthese Ittbne
these matters matt are remedied remediedChanges remedtedwtlt
Changes will be made m In the educa echicatloeal education ¬
tion tloeal administration and the uni uniplaced unIertllty unIertlltyp1aeecl
placed on a solid 114 basis in every w y In Inthe Inthe
the administration admbd8tra Uoa of educational ecJaca Caal affaire affaireI
I will be aided 14eCI by Dr Mdlalr cBah dean of ofthe ofthe
the School of Political Sciences 9c who Is Isan Isan
an educator of marked ability abilityShown abilityShow
Shown Executive xccuthc Anility AnilityBecause A hUH hUHBec
Because Bec of his age Dr McBalns ap appointment apJntment ¬
pointment was even a greater surprise to tothose tothOH
those on the outside than was W Rear Ad Admiral Admtral ¬
miral Stockton He Is only thirtyone thirtyoneyears tb1rj M
years 7 old but has stawn III great executive executiveability execuUTeabIIit
ability abIIit hi the administration of the school schoolof ICftooIoC
of political sciences The report that he hewill bewill
will eventually succeed to the presidency presidencycould preaIden preaIdencould
could not be Twined last night nightThe mptThe
The trustees of the institution are areelated areelated
elated over the selection of Admiral AdmiralStockton Ad dral dralStockton
Stockton and Dr McBain cBaln and Dd believe believethat beUentbat
that their advent to office will mark a anew lnew
new era in the history of o the university universityBear universitynr
Bear Admiral Stockton has resigned from fromthe fromthe
the board of trustees tnast to which be was wasappointed wasappotutecl
appointed two months ago succeeding succeedingPr <
Pr Richardson In his hi duties on the theboard ttMtboard
board he displayed active Interest t in the thework theork
work ork and won the confidence COI1 nce of his as associates u uaoetat ¬
sociates aoetat by his seal and ability abilityRear abWl1n
Rear n Admiral Stockton was bora in inPhiladelphia InPhl1a
Philadelphia Phl1a lphla October IX 1845 184 and is the theson
son of Rev W R R Stockton a prominent prominentminister JMOmtaentmInter
minister of the Quaker City He was ap appointed ap appointed ¬
pointed to the United States Sta Naval Acad Academy Aeadem ¬
emy em in ISC and was graduated dtee in IMS J8I5PLMln j
Passing < through the junior grades he herose heroee
rose rapidly to the commission eomm of lieu lieutenant JMut ¬
tenant t nant in 190 190IllocUcd 1SIIIllocIctl
IllocUcd Confederate Fortu PurhHe j jHe
He served 8 ved aboard the Macedonian in inthe Inthe
the summer mmer of 1864 in the blockade blockadeof e eor
of Confederate ports After the war he hewent hewent
went to the Pacific squadron and later laterwas 1atera3
was a3 transferred to the Philadelphia Navy NavyYard Xa XaYard
Yard After serving on several ve vessel vesselat eels
at the New York Navy Yard and at the theHydrographic theHydrocrapblc I
Hydrographic OiSce he was wa ordered to tothe toUle
the Washington Navy Yard as lieutenant lieutenantcommander lieutenantcommande
commander commanderHis commandeHis
His flrst rst command was as the Thetis in
1881 and in 1381 he was wa ordered to the theNaval theXava1
Naval War College CoUo e for special duty dutyAfter dutyArter
After two years in command of the theYorktown theYorktown
Yorktown he was chosen president pre of oftho oftho
tho Naval War Var College in 138 He was wasthen VoUthen
then a ranking captain and served in inthe Inthe
the War ar College cone e two years yearsIn e rs rsIn
In the now navy Cant Stockton was wasgiven U Ushen
given command of the Kentucky being beingrelieved be1qrelieved
relieved from that duty dtlt to become naval navalattache navalaUacho
attache at the American Embassy In InLondon InLondon
London in ISO 1 He was AS recalled to as assume as assume ¬
sume the presidency prcldenc of the board of in inspection Inspoctlon ¬
spection and survey sune The following year yearhe ear earhe
he was made president of the naval navalexamining naYaIoxamlnln
examining oxamlnln and retiring board boardAfter boardArter
After more than twentyone twentyonea twentyoneyears years y of ofactive ofactive
a
active sea ij service out of fortysix years yearssince yearssInce
since his enlistment he was U retired Oc October October ¬
tober 12 l 1JGi 7 with the rank of rear rearadmiral rearadmiral
admiral Ho did duty dut with the special specialservice peclAlaervtee
service squadron visiting < Bordeaux BordeauxFrance BordeauxFrsnee
France for the maritime exposition Just Justprevious juatpr
previous pr loU8 to his retirement retirementHolds rcUroment110e1
Holds 110e1 Honorary Degree DegreeKear DCJrecRear
Rear Admiral Stockton St kton edited a manual manualon manualOn
on international law and has written writtenseveral WTtttfDscv
several scv ral papers and articles on that sub subjoct aubjoet
joct He holds an honorary degree of ofLUD orLL
LUD LL D He was married in 1880 to Xlss XlssPauline UuPauline
Pauline I L Kins Kln of New York and now nowresides DO DOresides
resides at MS O street northwest northwestDr nortbweatDr
Dr Howard Lee McBain who by his hiselection blsolecUor
election yesterday becomes one of the theyoungest theounct
youngest educators of the country in so soresponsible I
responsible a position was born in To Toronto To ¬ I
ronto Canada thirtyone years ago agoMost qCiltlost
Most of his life was spent in Richmond RichmondVa RlcbmondVa
Va where herecoived herecolcrl his hl early school schooling schoolIng ¬
ing On his graduation from from Richmond RichmondCollege RichmondCollege
College he studied at the University lnlveIllJt of ofChicago I
Chicago and later lnb at Columbia Unlver UnlverPopulnr UnlerPopulnr
Populnr 9100 100 Sunday 2Iay Jln 29 We
Baltimore A Ohio R U
To Fredjrick Fed rlck Hagerstown and Keedys Keedysville eeclYI eeclYIYUle
YUle from Union Station at 800 a a m mreturning tnroturnlng
returning loave Hagerstown 600 Kee ee
dysville 6A 6Asame and Frederick G O p In Insame
same day
I IPh
sity where he reeehred the degree of ofPh
Ph D in HHL HHLDr
Dr McBaia accepted a professorship in inthe 1Dthe j
the George Gco Washington University school schoolof I Iof
of political sciences He was made dean deanof cleanor
of the school tM Jt year He is a member memberof memberor
of the University CDlYe tty and Cosmos clubs clublud clubludreldetl and andresides
resides at it UK Fourteenth street north northCANNOT northWtZ
WtZ
CANNOT SEE T R RPresident RPresident
President Scheduled Elsewhere on onDay onDay
Day of Arrival ArrivalPresident ArrivalP
President P dect Taft will not meet Coi Coivelt JIMMo JIMMovelt
velt when the bitter tends at New Y Yd rfc rfcon
on June JuncsI 1 1Instead
Instead I of being on the dock lo great greatthe PMtthe
the former President or waiting m Ie the thereviewing uerevlewln
reviewing revlewln stand to shake his hand Mr MrTaft l4rTaft
Taft will be orating ora either at Sc Thomas ThomasCollage Tbc TbcColiale
Collage at Villa Nova NOY Pa or at Lincoln LIDcoICollqe j
College CollegeBoth CollqeBoth
Both these engagements have been beenmade beeAmade
made by the President after some con consideration CODatderntlOJa ¬
sideration and there la no likelihood that thathe tJaathe
he will change his h plans piauIt
It is regarded as likely that Cot CotnIt Roose Roosevelt ¬
nIt may conic e to Washington to report reportto rePort rePortto
to the Department of State as to hie hieconduct aIIJconduct
conduct of the office of Special Ambasssv Ambasssvdor Mor
dor at the funeral of King Edward VII YZJIf VIII
If he does undoubtedly he would wo ld he a ahouse ahOOM
house guest of President Taft TaftBEYAff TattBRYAN
BRYAN CALLS HARMON HARMONTO HARMONTO
TO PUBLIC ACCOUNTING ACCOUNTINGLincoln AGCOUNTlliGLlntOln
Lincoln Nebr May 26 SXr Mr Bryans BryansCommoner Bran1COIDIDODeI
Commoner tomorrow prints an open let letter lett ¬
ter t to Qcv O Harmon in which is said saidamong t4 t4amonc
among other things thingsHave thbapHAve
Have you ou any influence with the Dem Democratic Democratic ¬
ocratic State committee committeeIf
If you have why did you not notthe urge urgethe
the committee to include the selection of ofa OCa
a candidate for United States fka Senators Senatorsin
in the call for a State convention W Wyou 1tou
you ou urged uraedtbia this upon the committee and andwere aDdwele
were turned down why dont you appeal appealto
to the convention u Gov J Marshall nbaU did didAre cUd cUdAre
Are you willing to follow his example exampleIf eXam eXamU
If net how will yon explain your atti attitude attitude ¬
tude tudehDo
tudeDo
hDo Do you lack courage or do yen prefer preferthe pr er erthe
the dark lantern n methods that are re responsible re reapouIbh ¬
sponsible for the elevation of so many manycorporation 7 7eorporatloa
corporation tools to the Senate SenateThey SeDateTbe7
They may even suggest eu et the name of ofJohn otJo
John a R R McLean whose paper is on of ofthe OfU
the boldest sssa sslns 1Da of Democratic poli policies poIIdell ¬
dell Do you think you can carry htm 11mthroup
through a campaign campaignThis eampaJpnIB
This is a crisis which will show yow yowstz 70Vme
stz me Are you ready to have your meas meuure
are taken takenIf en enIf
If you falter prepare to stand aside asideThe aideThe
The Democratic Dmoera party part is in no mood to tobe tobe
be trifled with It has nIt suffered so much muchfrom madarrom
from the secret manipulations of the thepredatory thepredatory
predatory interests that it demands day daylight cJarmethod ¬
light methods and honest policies It Itup is isup
up to you ou governor governorMISS pemorMISS
MISS HARRIMAN HARRIMANIEDSCCRDMSEf HARRiMANWEDS
IEDSCCRDMSEf IEDSCCRDMSEfLate WEDS C C RUMSEY RUMSEYLate
Late Bail ail Kings Danghter DanghterBride DaughtcrBride
Bride at Arden ArdenArdnN ArdenrdeuN
ArdnN Y May SlMls Mary Her Herriman Harriman
riman riman daughter achter of the late E E H If Karri Karriroan 13arrlJDaJa
JDaJa roan was married hi St Johns Eptsrspal EptsrspalChurch ElI 1 1Clnarch
Church here at high noon today to toCharles toCbarlel
Charles Gary Humsey of Buffalo BuffaloThe BU < aJo aJoTbe
The ceremony which w h was of the quiet quietest quteteort ¬
est sort and attenbW attended only by the imme immediate bIuftedlat ¬
dlat diate family and closest friends of the thebride thebrtde
bride and bridegroom brlde oom was performed by bythe b7the
the Rev J Holmes McGninness rector of ofthe ofthe
the church which Mr Harriman attend attended atlened ¬
ed Miss Carol Harriman was the th maid maidof maIcIoC
of honor and nd Lawrence D Rumsey the thebridegrooms thebrtdelroom
bridegrooms brother acted as best man manThere manT1aere
There were ito ushers or bridesmaids bridesmaidsand brill na naancI
and the whole wedding eddtn was simple and andquiet aadqt
quiet The bride was given Yea away by b her herbrother berbrother
brother W Averil Harriman HarrimanAlthough HarrimanAJtboQ8h
Although there were few persons preeent pres present ¬
ent for the ceremony c remony the church cb b is such sucha
a tiny affair that It was crowded There Thereare TilereAre
are only a dosen or so short pews on oneither onettiter
either side of the central aisle and there therewasnt thereWaCt
wasnt a vacant cant scat anywhere anywhereThe a Y1bereThe
The interior of the church was deco decorated decorated ¬
rated in extreme treme simplicity clty with pink and andwhite I Iwbtte
white roses and a long drooping dlOOPl strands of ofmaidenhair ofmaidenhair
maidenhair ferns fernsThe
The bridal party came down to the thechurch thecburch
church from the Harriman house two twomiles twomUes
miles up on the wooded hills hUIs shortly be before beCore ¬
fore noon ROOD and at that time there was waslittle a alittle
little stir among a the few curious curio persons personswho JeI8OlUlwho
who had come to 1 < see what was going to tohappen tohappen
happen But they might just Jut t as well not nothave notbae
have stirred at an There were a few a adozen adozen
dozen or so perhaps for the Harriman Harrimanestate IWrlmane
estate e cover COYers the country for miles about aboutArden aboutAnien
Arden and there is only one public high highway hthway ¬
way with the Erie Railroad running nlftnlntbrOUlJh runningthrough <
through the Ramapo Valley ValleySMALL ValleySMALL
SMALL VIEW OF COMET COMETOnly COMETOnl
Only Onl enough of a view Icv of the thecomet theCOI1ct
comet nucleus for nstrouomlral nstrouomlraldetermination n1troondrulelrtrrmlnatlon
determination e f ipoxltloa IPo ltha WHH WHHobtained WR WRobtnlnrl <
obtained lnit iit ht a tJJ1 l that wa wailurJnp U Utlurln
tlurln ilurJnp ICMM titan tea minute J ln1lt f JH jHt jHt1Jt t tbefore
before 1Jt re 880 oclock when Mverrfl Mverrflslirs MrHIstur4
slirs showed through tJtou b nn unfa unfavorably uufnornbh ¬
vorably ornbh thick atmo atmo4h hcre re be between Int ¬
tween t we n flCBffC clOudd clOuddThe loudll loudlllhe
The strip of clcnr hnr wentier ntiter nn nnJl1 tn tnno
no further cnxt thftn > UctltUc I < i Uc nnil nnilthe multhc
the Upper Lnlces nail dtllnwlni dtllnwlniin fnllnwlnzIn
in the distant xrctt wa i another anothercltifticr RuuHurehlfttcr
cltifticr of Krorm centers en tets with withtkcir Ub Ubtllclr
tkcir attendant clonclinc clonclincFINED oc ocI ocFlHED
I
FINED FOE FLYING OVER CITY CITYCourt CITYCourt
Court Hold Aviator A fetor Imperiled Safe Safety Safcty ¬
ty of Populace PopulneeBe
Berlin Be May lI r 28 SAIa Aviator or Frey who whoastonished wboastoritabed
astonished and delighted DM people of ofBerlin ofBerlin
Berlin by flying ntn over tbe city test Mon Monday ¬
day was toed 20 marks mark today for Imper Imperpopulace Im
lUng the safety of thpopulaee thpopulaeeTbe populace populaceThe
The authorities hold that aviation is a ayet as aset t
yet et not perfect enough to allow aviators aviatorsto
to fly over populated areas areasi areasIemorltl
i Memorial Dny Dn Bxcnrnion cnrldonto to Gettystmrjc Gttvlbur r
Im l n 3Inr ns nDe < Kot litI < lynvmc lynvmcStation rtiU
Baltimore bIG R R I6aYbt Unlcn
Station St tlon 7 71Oa 0 a m May tt 0 returning retumln retumlnsame r
same day da Gettysburg and nd Pen Mar 190 190and oo j
and Keedyvill J15C for the round row1 trip tripGeaernI tripGe
GeaernI Ge ernl Change Chnn e of Time Tallin
Pennsylvania Railroad effective Sunday
Slay 23
r
n llWn Mt Mtr
r E R flN l VOTE VOTESenators
Senators Hope for Decisive DecisiveAction DecisiveAction
Action Today TodaySI
SI rJ rION IS CLEARED CLEAREDBreakup
I II IBrcnrup
I
Breakup Conies on Defeat of ofCummins ofUunJIllins
Cummins Amendment AmendmentSequel 1llCllhnentSClucl
Sequel of Concession Made by Re Republican RcltUbl1caJt ¬
publican Leader by AVTiich Interfttatc Inter Interstate ¬
state Commerce Commission Ha HaSpecified Has HasS1cclfied
Specified Time to Snspenu Snspcn6 Pro Proposed Pro PropUltcd
posed Increased Raton Pending PendingDecision PendluSDucldonLa
Decision DucldonLa La FoIIcttcs Speech SpeechThe SpcechTIM
The apparent aP deadlock la the Senate Senateover steOWl
over the railway bin suddenly disserved disservedyesterday ed edyetaterday
yesterday afternoon and when the Sen Senate 84mate ¬
ate adjourned last night k looked as if ifa Ifa
a final vote might t be taken on the bill billbefore bUlbelore
before adjournment today todayThe toctayThe
The breaking up came foOowrog tAe de defeat defeat ¬
feat of the Cummin amendment wMch wMchfailed wlntaUect
failed by a vote of 4 to 2s 2sThis I ITbJa
This amendment has been JMIIIIAIc usudms for forstubborn fortime
time Ad ba been tb 81Ibject or oraubborn
stubborn debate debateIt ftbaeIt
It oroposed that no increase of pas passenger paI8eqer ¬
senger or freight rates filed wfth the In Interstate Intentate ¬
terstate Commerce Commssston COPt by bycommon II IIcoaunon
common carrier should be effective ecdYe tsntil tsntilafter tU tUalter
after it had been approved by the Inter Interstate IaUrto ¬
state to Commerce Commission CommissionIn
In the agreement which led to tIM de defeat defeat ¬
feat of the amendment ame offered by tha thaSenator tbeSenator
Senator from Iowa Iowa certain conccasioni conccasioniwere COIKnlloekjwen
were made by the Republican leaders by bywhich b bwhleb
which the interstate Commerce Commis Commission CoaunlsalGa ¬
alGa is given VeD authority to suspend any anyproposed anytncreue
proposed increase for 138 days and then thenif tMnIe
if la Its discretion a further InvestigmtJon IaVfl8dpttonlato InvestigmtJonmto
mto tbe reasonableness of the proposed proposedrate JIIOPCIIhdrate
rate is deemed to be necessary a further furthersuspension tvrthereu
suspension eu or six months may be ordered orderedat
at the end of which tune time if the commis commission ceauaiaaion
sion does not act the increased rate rat win wingo
go into effect effectSenator t
Senator Jones Amendment AmendmentThis
This amendment ment allowing the addition additional ¬
al six months suspension wms offered by
Senator Senat < Jones of Washington WashingtonBefore yra yraBetore
Before the vote was takes Senator SenatorJones Seatorat
Jones at the suggestion of the Republi Republican 1tepabl1eaa ¬
can leaders accepted an amendment of offered offend ¬
fend by Senator Paynter of Kentucky Kentuckywhich KeatuekywbtcII
which provided ed that that during d the time the theInterstate tte
Interstate te Commerce Ossnmtaskm m and a the thecourts thecour
courts cour should the question of an In Increase IDaeue ¬
crease of raw he carried PIG the eovrtr eovrtrwaybills coartlwa7bl118
waybills Issued by the carrier should be bemade temade
made out in a special form to show on ontheir ontheir
their face dates of shipment t origin or1 desti destinatiomuid eltinatlonaDd
natiomuid all other necessary neceuar Informa Information h orma ormaUon ¬
tion regarding the character of the ship shipments Jlbtpmen ¬
ments men to which such increased tnc rates ratesshall ratesahal1
shall apply applyTbe applyTIle
TIle purpose of these special waybills waybillsIs
Is to make k possible for tbe shipper to tohave tobave
have returned to him bi a the amount t of the theincrease tbeIJacreue
increase to the rate ratelmJ08ed imposed by the car carrier carrier ¬
rier should the final adjudication a of tho thoquestion thoaeM1oa
question aeM1oa of the reasonableness reuonab of the In Increase Iner ¬
crease er be determined against the carrier carrierand carrlcrand
and tot favor of the shipper shipperOn shipperOft
On tIM vote upon the Jones amend amendment d dmeru ¬
ment as modified by Mr Payttters Paytttersevery s sc1meDt
c1meDt every Senator vociag re recordinf re rehlmtlelf
cordinf himself in the affirmative Sena Senator Sen Sento ¬
tor Bacon of Georgia atone voted in inthe Inthe
the negative but before the result was wasannounced Waannounced
announced te asked permhvtoa to tochange t tdaaDce
change his vote to the affirmative mak making JIIakIt ¬
ing k unanimous unanimousIt unanimouaIt
It is understood that the Paynter Paynteramendment PQDterame
amendment will probably not survive the theconference theeoafereaace
conference committee com of the two twoon Uteon
on the railway MIL MILProtest bIDProtc
Protest Protc t A raiiiMt Haste HasteImmediately Un 1c 1c1mJDedlate1y
Immediately following the adoption of ofthe orUae
the JoneaPaynter Joaea nter amendment Senator SenatorHughes S4DatorH
Hughes H of Colorado moved to strike strikeout 8b1keout
out sections 12 U U 15 and 17 1 of the Wll Wllwhich bf1lwhleh
which regulate the issue of stocks and andbonds andbonc1
bonds A roil call had been ordered on onthe onthe
the motion when Senators DoWver DonI and andCummins andCuauaba8
Cummins voiced a protest against the theseeming thebuteo
seeming haste hasteBoth buteoBoth
Both Senators have amendments pend pending pendIDe ¬
ing as substitutes for the four section sectioninvolved eeedonJnTO
involved JnTO Senator DolUver asked 84 permis permission ¬
sion to offer his substitute before bet the thevote thevote
vote was taken on Senator Se aator Hughes mo motion ¬
don to strike out th the section sectionAfter MCdooAlter
After some debate k was finally agreed agreedthat arreedthat
that Senator DolUver would withhold his hisamendment hisamendment
amendment and allow the vote to be betaken betaken
taken on striking out the four sections sectionsand aectIonsand
and offer It today todayOn toda7On
On the vote to strike out the sections sectionsSt
St Senators including < regular Republi Republicans Republicams ¬
cans cams insurgents and Democrats DemoeratIIContlnuec1 voted
Continued un 0 PXRC l JlJe 2 Colnmn 3 3BELLE 3BELLE
BELLE MOORE CONVICTED CONVICTEDAVliite CONVICTEDYIIHc
AVliite Slave Trader Trntl r Mnst Serve a aPenal nl
Penal l eJlal Term TermNew TermNew
New York May Xa RJudge Cram hi hiGeneral InGeneral
General sessions this morning sentenced sentencedBelle efteedBelle
Belle Moore negro to Imprisonment for fornot fornot
not less es than two years and six sixand the theand
and not more than five years in the State Stateprison scateprItIJon
prison for women at t Auburn for procur procuring proc r rAllee ¬
ing Alice MSkon and Belle Wood te vio violation YIo YIoJatlon ¬
lation of section t > of the penal law lawwhich lawwhich
which relates rebt to the placing of ofin n
in the custody of another for humoral humoralpurposes 1 1pUlP18eL
purposes purposesThe pUlP18eLThe
The court said 18I4ttiat that the fntt 1111 term ter of im imprisonment 11ftprIsoftmeat ¬
prisonment provided hy the statute was wasdeserved waseelkft
deserved but that he would w net hapsse r rfine a aane
fine in addition as aggrevattas a dreutn dreutnstances drriinataneeI
stances were absent absentIntUnna abMDtInllUn2u
IntUnna Vote otc Light LightIndianapolis LIgltIndiaDapon
Indianapolis May The coustt COWItot of the thevotes theYOte8
votes cast in Tuesdays primaries prbnar com completed compJetfd
pleted this afternoon after OOD shows that neither neitherparty JMItherpar
party par cast over St per cent of its total totalvote totalvote
vote While the total Republican vets e is Isover
over 10609 some of the candidates eaudWat were werenominated werenomhaated
nominated on a vote of little mor JRerI than UtanICIOt
4000 and some of the Democratic D Uc candi candidates CDdtldat ¬
dates with a total vote of the party Jlrtylarcer
ldat larger than the th Republican vcte at the thebut th th1aat
but election were nominated by even vel velI
I less than th n 4CCO U votesl tes tesI tesSI
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S12o SI to Baltimore anil Return ReturnSaturdays
Saturdays and an Sundays via Pennsylva Pennsylvania fenuayYanla ¬
I nia Railroad R nr ad Tickets ck t8 good returning un until until
til Sunday ntgnt All regular trains ex except exeCDt ¬
cept the Congressional CoI esslonal Limited
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