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APAPER A PAPER OF OFQUALITY F THE WASHINGTON HERALD I A5U A SUNDAY WITH YJ NO NOFREAK PAPER PAPERWITH rnrax rnraxQUALITY DEATURES D y I IQUALITY
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NO Tn 1331 WASHINGTON r D C SUNDAY MAY 29 1910 1910FO 1910FORTY FORTY TY PAGES FIVE FI E CENTS
VETERAN rER N ClERKI ClERKIN ClERK CLERKSIN
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IN CIVIL MICE MICEFall SERVICEARECRODEDOUT ERVICERE
ARECRODEDOUT ARECRODEDOUTthe RE R W D T TFall
Fall of the Official OfIiciaJ Ax Causes CausesMuch CausesMuch
Much Distress DistressRETRENCHMENT DistJcssRETRENCH DistiessTi
RETRENCHMENT RETRENCH RE T TPresident RE Ti CH IENrr 1iEZ 1I r POLICY POLICYPresident FOLIOYPresidcnt
President May Urge UrgeFund Retirement RetirementFund RetilCDlcntFUl1cl
Fund in Special Message Messagelecrctnry Messageircrcnr Messageiecrctnry
lecrctnry ircrcnr JlncVcacli JfncYcn h of the < ic Ifcan Ifcannry l cn cnur t tury
nry ur Say Sn Snya that 20O un More Uor lore nismilssiiLi nismilssiiLiWill Jbmlil nl1
Will 111 Follow 0110 hut hu Most of the theClerk thcClerlOI titcClerks
Clerk Will UI Hi n Re Provided for Kle Kleivlierc KhnhereHe liilsenhcrcHc
hereHe ivlierc He Ifinrncntly Bnrnctl Advocate nLair n aInvr nJnw
Invr Lair to 1rcvciit a Recurrence HccurrcnccRetrenchment ItccnrrcnccRctrenehment Recurrencer
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tl tlRctrcneluncnt
Retrenchment 1M n Boveriiiiicntitl Boveriiiiicntitlfatten governutcnlalkntcltrrord oernmentlll oernmentlllwntcburtl
fatten wntcburtl word today tutln and many Innn vet veteran veterns ct cttrnll ¬
eran employe t Ju the departments departmentssre
of their om omylnl oHI oHIIII offifal
are rcnehliiK rcnehln the < e end tneir
ylnl III tenure tenureThe tennrtIhe tenureiIte
The only onl consideration possible jiosslhlcfor JJOlJlllh possiblefor c cCor
for them according to depnrt depnrttncntnl depnrtmentnl depnrtIncutnl
tncntnl hrndn 100 1 thirty hlr days dn notice noticewith 1IotlCInJth uotICCrvltli
with the customary cutomnr leave of ah ahGrown nhene nbtencC
tencC tencCGrown ene eneGrown
nod too toonld tooolel tonold
Grown gray Jrn In the service
old to ncciirc U lIr empltfriuenl 1 In other othcr1herel4 otherrlphtcres thcr thcrMthcrcs
uf f the thedischarged theUehnrJed thetllcitnrged
Mthcrcs the cn tnllelll es of ninny mnll
discharged clerk men nu CII n nnd xi nil womenme women womenare lImcn lImcnnre
are pathetic nnd pitiable In the ex extreme exlrentc x xtrenae ¬
treme Soldier ami widows nnd nndchildren nndehlldren andchildren
children of iiiWIcr nllllcl are re nnionjr milts = those thosewho thoenho thoMctvlto
who arc feeling lllInJ cello thc c fall nf > f the of official ofnelnl officlnl ¬
ficial nx axTwo nxTu nxrT
Two rT o hundred more dismissal clInIM u1 are nrchnltendln areInipendhtg re reImpending
Impending In I the he TroiMury butmost but butmost hutmOllt
most of thin thl nninhcr It Is I salil nhl 1 will willbe 1111bt willbe
be bt provided for Iiy h transfer IrnntferMorct1 transferMoved rnnlllfcrJloetl
Moved by h the distress tlltr occasioned occasionedby flCCJt 10 II ccl cclIt
c by It thin retrenchment policy Iolle thec theforce the theforce 1h 1horee
force oree of ilir administration proneiIMCN prom promI JtrUmi JtrUmibcN
I bcN c tu < o l h be e IiehliiI the Mil for n ncivil II IIIhlI nIvll
civil e Ivll service iei cllc Ice retirement fund on I thc thctontrlhlltor he herontrlhiitory
rontrlhiitory hnsls 111I1 Seerctnry Stcleharlne StcleharlnecnJll Mnc MncVcngli MncVcnglt
Vcngli cnJll fnvorx It earnestly anti Pres President Ir IrJdt IresIdent ¬
ident Jdt Jdtrti rti Tnft may II1n nr urge e It Its paiwnisc ln htIt lnn InIt
It Mpeclnl 11 Jnl mesmiKe iiICtMIU to Conarrenw ConarrenwMuch Con CnngretMuch rl rl31nch
Much depend upon thr < l e nttltiftle nttlt ir of ofthe orflar ofthe
the Brent rut nrtity nrm of f Kovernment Kovernmentelerks gnvernniente1t cnernJIIOnt cnernJIIOnthrJ
elerks e1t < < hrJ rkt If they the give a h Much ueh n hill hlHihrlr hillthtlr hillthetr
ihrlr united support It cnn lie liepassed ItC ItCpnIIt bepaMedprtMihly
passed pnIIt paMedprtMihly possibly nt this session sessionThere IIc actionThere lIlol1 lIlol1rlH
There rlH rr li I nhsolntely IIlumIntI no chance of ofroiiercM ufConarcC ofnngrcaa
roiiercM nngrcaa cresting n CIi ertll 11 pension pensionII ICIIlnnlIt pcnlonIlat
II lIt t It will rill 111 be n contributory re retirement retlrcmcnt retirement ¬
tirement fund which hlch will rill 111 In the theend theend theend
end entail no expense on n the KOV KOVernnient JO JOernnH gnrernntent
ernnient ernnH nt or nothliisr nothliisrTalk tiothhtglnik
1 1tnlk
Talk with lth 3Ir MncVcnph MncVcnphIn I IIn
In the agitation A tation eoncenrtn con 11IIn1 the th care o osuperannuated or ofsuperannuatdul i iupcrnnted
superannuated government clerks CMrk tbe tbefnlted thetnlted
fnlted 1 nlted States StAt Treasury Trftaur Treasury Department has haslieon hasbeen
been to the fore because It k from that thatdepartment thAldelr tbatdepar
department delr out that most of the dlsmlssaU dlsmlssaUrecently dlSm dlSmr dltrniyalarecent
recently r recent 7 have been made owing very verylargely verylargely verylargely
largely to the Introduction of laborsav laborsaving laborvInl laborsavIng ¬
ing machinery dnerr It is i therefore not sur surprising surprislD suriw ¬
iw prising prislD lag that Hon Franklin Fa > > kJln MacVeaghSccretary MacVeash MacVeashSecretary lacVeapS
Secretary S < oereal7 of the Treasury TrM8U1 Is one of the themost theIrHNIt themoat
most interested of the Cabinet officer hi hisecuring ItaM htsecurbig
securing M Ut from runs the present pr nt Congress Con If Ifpossible ICble Itpossible
possible ble the necessary nee Ary relief reliefTbe rell reliefThe r rT
The T Secretary o ot the Treasury saw sa vl a arepresentative areprcenaU arepresentative
representative of The Washington HeN1dc Herald Heraldvcsterday
ec vcsterday c < A < trday day morning nlnl taking time from a abusy AbU8 abusy
bU8 busy day toidve to the some views on the nub nub1ect subject ub ub1eet
1ect which the result of thoughtful study studyand stud stud1n4 studyand
and deliberation he honed ho might be of ofBid ofald ofakl
Bid BidFor
For Secretary JlacVeagh is a kindly kindlyman kindlyman kindlyman
man than whom Itom none in more distressed distressedContinued tUtr tUtrContlnnec dlstreacilCottlinued
Continued on Pace lnJ 5 i t Column 1 1MISS 11r 1HISS
MISS 1r ISS FULLAM A BRIDE BRIDEDaughter BRIDEUaohter BRIDEDaughter
Daughter of Navy Xn Cnptnln I h wed AVcrto wedto ecl ecltu
tu < o Xewport Setrpurtlintt SetrpurtlinttNewport Man ManNewport Unllewport
Newport ewport May Iay Z5Mlea 2S Miss U 1I Mariana Ful Fullam Iull1m Fullam
lam daughter d6 ghttr of CapL William F Ful Fublam Fullani 1111lam
lam U I S N commanding Omanndln the battle battleship batUesblp battleship
ship Mississippi and a former or IReI commander commanderof
of the Newport training tmlnln station this thl aft afternoon AftarRetGn afterneon ¬
ernoon l became 1lme the wife ICe of o Austin Lod Lodyard Loclyud Lotlyard
yard SAudI son of Mrs lIIl Frederick Fre orlck 1 1Sands P PSand 1Sands
Sands Sand of this city cityTbe ell ellThe cityThe
The wadding was wa t tbo e first social event eventof centof eventof
of the present season ealOtt and u both the thelewport theNewport j
Newport social colony cololl and the army and andnavy Rntln7 andnavy
navy social > > contingent conttn ent wer were IntorostalOld interested interestedOld IntorMtotlOld
Old Trinity Church whert wh th the ceremony coromonytook ceromonytook ceremonytook
took place was wa filled tilledCURTISS filledCURTISS 111111CURTISS
CURTISS PROMISES PRO IISES FIIGHT PJGHTVrom FDIC KT KTFrom j jVrnm
From AUmny IIJf1n for New e > v York lie Will WillSail Willnll 111 111Snll
Sail nll at I n m mAlbany mAlbany mAlbany
Albany May 1fiGlenn Glenn H Curtiss Curt says sayshe sayshe r rne
he is going to fly I from Albany Alban to Now NewYork NowYork NowYork
York at t 4 oclock tomorrow OJl1orlOW morning It Ifthe Itthe itthe
the weather is favorable At 4 oclock oclockthis oclockth oclockthis
this th morning climatic conditions wore all allrfghU nilrf allrf
rfghU rfghUMr rf ht htlr htir
Mr ir lr Curtis Curl oiled led and am got ready retld Than Thanthe Thentho Thanthe
the apodal train which is to follow him himdown himdown elmdown
down tho river was wa ordered The train trainwas trainwas twainwas
was on the Job ready retld to start startInscct startInsect rl rlInHcc
Insect TIKcs Knlncr Wllhclin WllhclinBerlin WllheintBerlin VllhelmBGrUn
Berlin May SoEmporor Jfimporor William is isexperiencing Iscxporiondul Isexperiencing
experiencing some inconveniences nconveaSene be because because because ¬
cause of an eruption PrupU n on the right r hl hand handcaused hAndCAU handcaused
caused CAU by the bite of tut 1A insect ect The Thecourt Thecourt ritecourt
court physicians state there Is no danger dangerof
of sertou consequences consequencesWins eonequeacesWIna n C1ueco C1uecoha
Wins ha Ocean Motor Ioor Jtttee JttteeHavana lhaeeRR ItaieeHavaaa
Havana RR 1INl Cuba May Iay 2 2The The Bemeyo Bemeyoownwl 13erneyoowOd eraeyo eraeyoowaO
owaO ownwl < l by b Mr Ir S W r Gcftnbory C Gntbory bor of Brook Brooklyn BrookJI BrookIyn ¬
lyn JI won the Yacluihions YR S on Club Iub powerboat power powerboat powerboRt
boat race from Philadelphia P1flatIelpbill to llavtna llavtnaRaixilo Ha IdavinaRandle Vina VinaRandJofIl
RandJofIl Raixilo Hiehlands hlRnd8 on Monday will be
the mecca of Washingtonlans WashingtonlansWhole Washln uhblgtonl8U uhblgtonl8Uhot gtonlaua gtonlauaWhole
Whole hot WlndOiTd lndo1T1t Glnzed for FIG 1 r
Frank Libbey Co 6th NT r T iave ave
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WEATHER FORECAST FORECASTFor
For the District Di lrict of Columbia Columbiaand Columbiaand Columbiaand
and Maryland 1lnrylnndFair Fair and warmer warmertoday warmertoday warmertoday
today tomorrow fair light lightvariable lighttriable lightvariable
variable winds becoming south southerly southerly southerly ¬
erly erlyHELD erlyHELD erlyHELD
HELD IN BOSTON BANK THEFT TKBFTPolice THEFTrolle THEFTPolice
Police Clnim Ilrnoklyit IJroukl n Man Is Xo Xotorlon NotnriouM o oturlctn
torlon IliniUn lIu II liO Linn UlniiNow LinnNew In n nNew
New York May ta1 21 Held in J250CO Z50c0 bail bailJohn ballJobn lxtilJohn
John II Stroanlder this afternoon sciveU sciveUnotice sctvec sctvecnotice l e eDoUce
notice that he intends to tight all at attempt attemplB atternpta ¬
tempt made to extradite extnuUtenlm him to Cani Canibri Carnbridle Cnntbbridge
bridle < bri < 1g where he te wanted to answer A 8Cr tQ tothe tQlhe tqthe
the chars of AIding AIM and abetting In the thelarceny thelareony thelarceny
larceny of 300001 ftM from the National City CityBank 017Bank cityBank
Bank Uiere UiereIn titer titerIn ti ere ereIn
In default of the bail Strosatdor was wassent w waent wassent
sent to jail jailPREDICTS jailPREDICTS JellPREDICTS
PREDICTS DEMOCRATIC HOUSE HOUSEHerman HOUSEHermnn HOUSElbcrman
Herman Kilter IUh r Sny SnH Tariff IVIII IVIIICmtMC 11illCanac 111 111Cnnlle
CmtMC CliniiRc ChRn CbnngeBerlin e eBerlin y yBerlin
Berlin May I 21 SoHerman Herman Richter of ofNew ocNc ofNow
New Nc York who IK here foretell an ananxious anAJtxIQall ananxious
anxious time for 01 the Republican party Wrt1hi plu partyin ty tymu
in the near future lie says 87 the Ropub RopubItcnne Ropublien RopubUcans
Itcnne lien will lose the Howe of 0 Repreent Repreenttlv Repro IteprettMttaues nta
ues tlv 11 in the ffiAl i elections el tloaa and Now York YorkState YorkState YorkState
State In the the bcfrgain bcfrgainThe bJrgatn bJrgatnbe gain gainThe
The be tariff ta Ur nemesis IMme ta ho says ys is bound boundto bOUdd bOUddto
to overtake the party and overtake It ItBOon Itsoon
BOon BOonB soonBALLINSERS
B BALLINSERS lllN GR CASE CASEWITH CASEITHCO
WITH ITHCO COMMITTEE COMMITTEEl M M 1TTEE 1TTEEBrandeis
l Brandeis Delivers a Caustic CausticArraignment CausticAlraigJllnell CausticArraign
Arraignment ArraignmentPICTURED Arraign men t tPICTUltED tPICTIJR
PICTURED PICTIJR irD AS QUIBBLERj QUI QUIBBLER QUIBBLERs LER LERSelfvaunting
i s i iI ii
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i Self Selfvaunting vaunting b bEvasions Untruths and andEvasions an anEYnsions
Evasions His Words WordsAttorney Words4tttnrncy V ords ordsftornc
Attorney ftornc Vertrcoi l rtroo for Secretary S erctnr Ic DcclnreM IcclnrcN
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clnrcN CniiiilnfcIinmCliilnirt Cnnnln hnniClllmll for the theClcnrllNtliisr thcClenrUHtlnJ theClcnrIlNting
ClcnrllNtliisr of AVIilcli Iileh Malllnpjr MalllnpjrVnH UUllln Ballinger BallingerMfas cr crr >
r Mfas VnH n ninmoil Were ere Valid nod Bx BxCIINCI lizctlMrx
CIINCI Secretary ccrtnr 11 Actinic ctln aa Attor Attorney AttorI tttorney ¬
II
ney ne for Claimants ClaimantsSecretary ClnlnmllhlI Clnlnmllhlao ClnimtuttnSeeretary
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Secretary ao BsJttttgtrs BailJ ar r case cww went tt td the theJury theJur7
Jury JIb d e ytstvrdt C1a7 sjloraoo s1te aI4IL w < ww I i l the theattorneys e J Jattorney 1 1attonMs
attorney OB both sides of the fiamous fiamouscontroversy 4tuMI fpaeuscenirocersy
I controversy concluded their lU arguments argumentsand eenta eentaaald n
and made their tbe r final appeal appealSto to the Con Congressional eMICfePloaal CastgreaslonallewestldatIn ¬ I
gressional greaslonallewestldatIn investtfatina couuwkte couuwkteIt cotnmktseIt I IIt
It was announced that the commute commutewould conuntoteI conuntotewould committeewould I
would meet again sbi in two t 0 week wh when o the theprmisd theprtMad
prmisd 11 brief of the counsel will be submitted sub submitted sultmiUed ¬
mitted Host of the member of the thece theare thec
ce c nmIct nmtttee are anxious t te make a report reportat reportat reportat
at the earliest eatrII 1 st possible date dateIt date1t dateIt
It is generally len raJIt believed there will be two twoverdkts twoven1lets twoverdkts
verdkts one exonerating raUn and one eenaurIns censur censuring eemmrI ¬
Ins I Mr Ir Bolttoger aIUn er the th latter signed s by bythe bythe bythe
the Democratic members and Representa Pepresentative Representative UePreHntatlve ¬
tive Madison of Kansas the one insurgent insur insurgent maurent ¬
gent ent on the tbe committee Minority members membershope memberKbope membershope
hope Mr Ir Madison lla4 on will 11I prepare an opinionwhich opinion opinionwhich opinionwhich
which they tbe can indorse and signThree sign signThree 81KnIhree
Three Lawyer atwyerN Arctic ArcticThe Ar argueThe ne neThe
The closing ClMlA < < scenes IlCen and Incidents of the thehearing thebearl thehearing
hearing bearl which wl ch has h lasted four month monthwere monUwwere monthswere
were dramatic Mr Ir Vertrees at the earlof end endof eIMlof
of his It liveboor argument in behalf of ofSecretary oCSeeretary ofSecretary
Secretary BaHlnger DaHI wa wu greeted reeled with withapplause withapplause Ilh Ilhapptau
applause apptau e from spectators favoring Avorln tb tbdefense thMC the thedefense
defense MC n e Mr Ir Pepper followed with 1th a athirtyminute Athlrt7mlnute athirtyminute
thirtyminute reply to Mr > > Ir r Vertrees Vertr es that thatprovoked thatprovoked thatprovoked
provoked even more of a demonstration demonstrationMr
Mr 11 BrAndeis spoke for an hour And Andh a ahalf ahalf
half h lf closing cJoabl with a dramatic compari comparison comJNrlOn cotnparlson ¬
son > > On of Glavls and italllnger alnng lIInler a ay Jt witnesses witnessesfinally wttnesJHllnall witnessesMolly
finally llnall likening Glavte Gla to J Alfred Drey Dreyfus Dreyfuse Dreyfug ¬ =
fug fuse saying sayt that G Glavllll la vis disgraced d ct and anddismissed An Andi8miMed anddismissed
dismissed from the government vPrnm nt service servicewithout ftrvltewithout servicewlthoul
without without a hearing bArln would have been done dones don donrreAt donegreat
s great an injustice as was done Drey Dreyfus IreyCus Dreyfus ¬
fus in France rance had it not been for the theCongressional theConlletlalonal theCongresslonal
Congressional investigation investigationApplause InvesU InvestigationApplause Uon UonApp1aWH
Applause greeted eted Air r Brandeis peroration perora peroration peroration ¬
tion and ntl when the committee dftjourned dftjourneda t dJournt1 dJournt1k
a few fe minute later the spools speetators speetatorsmost Pe < t8tor t8tormo tors torsmost
most mo t of them th m women wo n crowded around aroundMr aroundllr aroundMr
Mr Brandete BrAnd to congratulate him himMr himMr himMr
Mr Vertrees Yertr dwelt on the Alaskan iaskan case caseami CAsexnd caseand
and declared the Cunningham Cunnln hm claims for forthe fo fotlte forthe
the clear listing IiUn < < of which Secretary SeeretAry Bal BalConiinticd BRIContinued BnlContinnctl
Continued on Iajfc l 10 II < > Colnina 4 4TIGHTS 4TIGHTS
TIGHTS TIGHTS OPERA SENSATION SENSATIONIbven
Even I n Inrix Inrl Shocked Tiy It Itiiwxlnn ItiiwxlnnSinger Ihtsalan5ingcr
Singer KotiNtilctznn KotiNtilctznnParis ltousnletzofrParis fr frPRr II
Paris PRr May IAY 38 2ftlht The operatic sensation sensationof I Ior
of the week h s been n Mile KousnietxoJTs KousnietxoJTstights Iou1lnhtzolrstI a atights
tights tI htl They so a shocked a subscriber IAlb eriber that thathe thathe thathe
he was w unable to sit out a performance performanceof
of Thais He wrote wroteA + a letter of protect protectto prote t tto
to the Figaro FigaroMile FI lrlttaroMlip ro rolm
Mile lm Kousnletxoff Kou neuoft who it Is reported reportedis
is I to sing IIn in Chicago and Philadelphia Philadelphianext PhnAdelphlanext Philadelphianext
next year says she used u ed Mate the he same me cos costume eostumo costumo ¬
tumo that she wore in St Petersburg and andBrussels andBMItI8t andBrussels
Brussels BMItI8t > 18 without objections She is ready readyto readyto readyto
to break her contract If the managers managersinsist manngersineet managersinetst
insist on a change In the costume co tJ1 e Mary MaryGarden MaryGarden IAIy IAIyGnr1tnt
Garden called upon the Russian singer singerand Binsorand singerand
and encouraged 6ncour < < her to continue it itSTUARTS itSTUARTS I
STUARTS PAY P4Y DUTY DUTYXew DUTYNcw I Ii
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Xew cw York CnMonis M Ofmlnl ornrlnhl Collect Collectfrom Collcctfrom Collcetfront
from VIrfjIiilxtiiN VIrfjIiilxtiiNNew tIrgiulnusNew lr luhuaH luhuaHrew
New York May J5S SMr Mr and Mrs Henry Henr HenrC
C Stuart of Elk Garden Va paid at the thecustonirhouse thecuatohoue theeustotgrhouse
custonirhouse today t d8y the duty on the theba theg thebeggugo
ba beggugo gQB0 g held up after their th tt arrival arrl 1 on onFriday 011Frl onFriday
Friday Frl oy by the Cunarder Mauritania MauretaniaThe ilaurrtanlaTho MauritaniaTho
Tho amount was Sl 1 ISrieO = OLW 68 The customs ouatomsofficials Qu customsotAcials toml tomlotJIelats
officials believe that Mrs Stuart stnceroly stncerolythought stneerolylhought slnoeroiyythought
thought tnlat she he was entitled ftUU 1 to bring
in the dutiable goods as a foreign resl resldant roaltIG reaidoset
dant tIG t
51HnHlmoTe I J BnHlniore nncl Return HeCnrnRltlmure
Baltimore < < Olllo II It
Every Saturday Sat II nlft and Sunday All trains
both ways aye both days except Royal Roa Lim ¬
ited
Front Doors Glazed Glnztd 5400 100 4picre Apiece plcll
Frank Libbey Ltbb Co 6ttl N Y ave
r POLICE lICE HOLD lD COOK COOKFOR O K KfOR
fOR POISONING POISONINGf POISONINGFAMILY
f FAMILY MllY OF fT THREE THREEotherand RE REMotheralld
Moiherand Daughters Under DuderCare iJudeiCare
I Care of Physicians PhysiciansAfiSBNiC Pllys PhysiciansARSENIC ciaus ciausARSENIC
ARSENIC PUT r IN COFMB COFMBBoarders COFEEEBoarders COFFEEBQaI
Boarders BQaI dei s Who 11 llo Drank Dran k Tea Feel JeelNo FeelNo FeelN
No N 0 III Eftects EftectsT Eftcctsrwo LlieetsPrvo
T rwo o Young Yuon Men Jcn Sumiiiuii ummoll JIciMcnl McdidnlAld JIciMcnlAid Jlcdl nl nlAid
Aid sad Probably lrobnhl Save Liven of ofDomcallcn ttfDOlUc orDontcatla
Domcallcn DOlUc tlc VletlniB iNegro XcKro ehr AVoninit AVoninitAllcprcil WnmtutAllcgcd onntll onntllAllc
Allcprcil Allc c1 to have Wreaked rcnkcd Vengennce Venue Venuemice YeuJCunce
mice for Dl DmlllCnJIlecCII ml nl Ilcccs of Jcvr Jcvrclry JCTcln Jcrrclry
clry tinil Money JIunc StulcuAroused Stulcn StulcnAroused tulclI
J
Aroused to unmerciful anger b bwhat by bywhat 1 1what >
what she considered unjust treat treatment trmtment ¬ j jment
ment a negro a aploycd domestic recently recentl em employed ¬
ployed by the Barrow family of 5 5Dupont 51 51Dupont 5Dupont
Dupont circle wreaked her venge vengeance vengeance enge engeance ¬
ance by the alleged poisoning of ofMrs ofllrs I Illrs
llrs Florence D farrow arrow and lder ldertwo h < rr rrtwo
two daughters Miss liss Mary Iar E and andMiss andIiss
J Jhe j
Miss Iiss Florence C Barrow BarrowThe Barrowtt
tt The he woman is under arrestwrathfully arrest arrestwrathfully arrestwrathfully
wrathfully denying a the accusations accusationsof
of the police while v 1ile her h r victims are areiu Ai arein 1 1ill
iu bed at their residence aided by bythree II bythree I
three physicians phy cians in battling against agaulstthe againstthe aga 11st
I
the arsenic ars l1ic they drank in coffee coffeeCAM coffeeC I
CAM CA C 11 M D1KD1CA1 II1J it D I CI CUtl AID AIDTwo AJ U UT llTwe
Two T yount ypun aa = men who wh board at the Bar Barrow BarJ Barw
row J w home J preferred > referred teV at breakfast yes yesterday yesterdey es estwcIa1 ¬
terday morning and their choice proba probably JMObuved probably ¬
bly savai MvodJLhetr ved heir etr lives It was the ability abilityof abilityof
of 0 the boarders to summon medical aidwhich aid aidwhich aJdwldclt
which saved aT the lives DY Ii of the Barrows for forneither for1tettber forneither
neither the mother MOt bel nor the daughters daughterswer tlauJhterswere daughterswere
wer were able a CO summon mOA help tell after they thsywere tbeywfte theywere
were prostrated proatrat by the theAeeordia poisonAecotdins poison poisonAccording
According Aeeordia to tbe police the poison pot n npurebue4 was waapurchased waspurchged
purchased by Mlsf fl lain Marjr tarp Barrow jcreml lereralweeks jcremlweeks leYerwlweaks
weeks at the j e I r rsquoct i of the negro negrotenttfnalt negrowi I I1Ybe
wi tut 1Ybe said Isl w xie ez eztenua1tl
tenttfnalt tmts It is said 14 the Ute poison was wasgive wasgiven
I
give given in charge c chsr a of the domestic and she sheto sbelit sheb
to said t tp b h lit > the ony OJtJy one wh whit know knowwhere k kbere knowwhere
where bere she e placed e4d if ifVbtn It ItHa ItWhen
When Ha a number of trinkets trl eta small n pieces piecesOf piecesof plecesof
Of jewelry wearing WeJllIR < < apparel and a small smallamounts smallamounts t tamounts
amounts of money were misted m hied by airs ilrsBSJTOW Jlnow airsBarrow
Barrow ow the negro n woman fell under uDduptcIon joe joepiclon sus susptcfon
ptcfon and when hen the thefts tlMtt continued eentlnMdwa she shewas shewas
was wa discharged d bArgod She Sh returned to thehouse the thehouse t te
house e after she wasdischarged was Aadhar dlaclargei ej and per persuaded peruaded persuaded ¬
suaded Mrs n Barrow to reinstate r lnllt8le her herKcMiiiitcd herUCHumec1 herltcaunlcd
KcMiiiitcd Friday lrlc1n Night XI NightThe VlclitThe ht htIbe
The thefts were resumed and on Mon Monday Monday Ion Ionda ¬
day da last Mrs Barrow told the woman oman to toleave toleave toleave
leave the he house refusing rpf to pay her sal salary salcry I IArY ¬
ary unless she returned retur the stolen > > prop property properly property ¬
erty The domestic Wa m not seen seenmembers by bymembers b bmembers
members of the family fAJq y until Friday Frida night nightSne nlfhtShe nightShe
She rana ra rang the door l bell > ei aml AJM and > wa was admitted admittedby Mmlt admittedby tet1 tet1by
by Miss Mary Iary Barrow hrlO Other members of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the family were ere at dinner Miss J Barrow Barrowsent Duro Durollent Barrowsent
sent the negro n ro to the kitchen and followed followedher followedb followedher
her b r
herThee rTh
ThgJIomesUc Th Thee omUe repeated demands for her herxalary hersalary Ier Ierglary
glary and Miss t Barrow toW her it would wouldnot wou4dnot wouldnot
not be paid until restitution of the miss missing m mIn mbsIng ¬
ing In articles was made Then it Is al alleged a1I atieged
leged I ed by the police poI14 e the negro n o mixed Iud a arolling Arolling aroiling
rolling pin which she sh brandished bran t8hed above aboveher aboeher aboveher
her head h d as A she started toward Miss MissBarrow MissBarrow 11 11BarToW
Barrow BarrowThe BarToWThe BarrowThe
The young ottn white woman oman fled running runningup runnln runnlnup runningup
up a short flight of stairs and into the thebutlers thebutlers thebutlers
butlers pantry locking Jockln the door The Thecommotion ThecomlllUOO Thecommotion
commotion brought Mrs Barrow her herother herother herother
other daughter du hter and a the butler to the thescene tboereCM thescene
scene The domestic was wa frightened from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the house under the treatshe thYeat she would be bearrested beatreated bearrested
arrested arrestedThe atreatedTh arrestedThe
The Th kitchen door was locked and the thedomestic thedomestic thedolncetic
domestic passed pas od through the furnace furnaceroom furnAceroom furnaceroom
room to the street which proved an important Im Iniportant ImportAnt
portant fact when the detectives began beganan beganan an anan
an InelU investigation llon as the box which had hadcontained hadcontainM hadcontained
contained the rat poison was found on onthe onthe onthe
the lloor floor near the furnace The negro negrobutler n negrobutler ro robullr
butler heard h rd the he domestic swearing Itweftrln andmuttering and andmuttering aridmutt
muttering mutt rlllg to herself h6t el as she left the house househe hou househe e ehe
he told the police policeMade policeIclc policeMade
Made Ovrn ItrcnUfnit ItrcnUfnitMr IIren1fn IIren1fn1rrs llrcnkfnatMrs
Mr Mrs Barrow and the Misses 1I 8 Barrow belleved be believed believed ¬
lieved they would have no further trou trouble trouhIe troitIsle ¬
Isle with the dcinoslic iuI1IIUe and they retired retiredAVhen retiredhcn retiredMVhen
AVhen hcn they tht arose ftrO yesterday morning they theymade tht thtmade theymade
made ineffectual attempts to find nd a new newcook newcook newcook
cook and then decided to prepare break breakfast hrookfMat breakfast ¬
fast without the aid of a a servant servantMrs acrvant1lr8 servantMrs
Mrs Burrow prepared the coffee And midnoticed Andnoticed andnoticed
noticed It wa was covered wlth vth 1 h a fine white wliitediiKt whitedust l ite itedul
dust dul which she believed was the ordi ordinary ordlnRrr ordinar ¬
nary nar accumulation caused h by y the box boxbeing loxbeing boxbeing
being left open Shortly Shorll after breakfast breakfastMiss breakCa breakfastMiss t tlIIss
Miss Florence Barrow grew rew violently Iol nll ill illBefore 111Before illBefore
Before medico 1 aid could be summoned summonedher summonedher sumunonalher
her mother and sister were w e affected slm slmHarly 5I1nIrly similarly
Harly The l boarders hoar ers summoned Dr DrCharles DrCharles DrCharles
Charles F I Adams of lit Massachusetts Massachusettsavenue Mnsslaeltusettsavenue lnS81achusottsavenue
avenue northwest northwestThe northwestThe northwestThe
The physician found the patients in instichH Inulh insuch
stichH such > > ulh It critical condition that he called calledon c calledon llet1 llet1on
on Drs Ruffln of 1333 Connecticut ave avenue avenue avesue ¬
and Parker of 1S15
nue Connecticut avc avcnue avcnue avenue
nue for assistance assistanceTile autstancerile assistancerhte
Tile negro who was arrested by Do Detectives DoteeUve8 Doteetives ¬
tectives Cornwell and Baur gave the thename thenRme thename
name of Nannie Clarkson She is I a prls prlsoner prJsoner prisoner
oner at the First precenct station stationTiie stattonIiae stationThe
The Barrow afmlly cam came to this city citya
a few months ago from Richmond Vathat Va Vathat Yathat
that Ule tke daughters might have h o tho ben benoftt bonant benefit
ant of imisicaol education
a They
arc arcwell nrewell arewell
well known in Ricjimond Rie mond where Miss MissFlorence VisoFlorence In InFloronce
Florence was wa one of the favorites
among amongthe amongthe amongthe
the debuta debutantes tos of o a season ago Mrs MrsBarrow llrsBarrow IIIs IIIsBarrow
Barrow is still till a beautiful woman and andcomes and1Ol11es andconies
comes from rom an old Virginia family familySpend famtJrthe familySpentl
Spend the < lie JiOth nt Chevy Ch Chose Chn Lake Jnk
All picnic facilities ft l1ftle Amusements danc anc ¬
ing Marine Band concert cd3hcert in evening eveningIoor eenlngJtOIII eveningl
Ioor JtOIII l ors 1r 1 h Inches Inll e Thick 810 81 iO Apiece
frank ave Tank Libbey Llbb bbey Y Co 6th N Y ave
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ITWO TWO DEAD AS CARROLLS CARROLLS CAR CARROLLS
ROLLS OVER BANK BANKt BANKSeveral BANKSeyelal BARKSeveral
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Several Seyelal Injured on Lehigh LehighValley LehighV
< Valley V al I J ffWStull Pa PaSMOKER Patc
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I 11 11SMOKER
SMOKER HURTLES HURTLESPlnnprex miTLES WREcKi WREcKiI WREcKiPlunJcJIC WR ECR
I
Plunges on Coach When hcn It Jump JnmpTinel JumpTrhcfc Junllttrn
Trhcfc trn nt Lumber Yard Switch > nt ntiiinll ntSmnll atninil
Smnll iiinll Stntlou and Cru Crushes lie 3Iniiy 3IniiyOcanpnn Jinn Jlnn1rnln JinnOcupnnltcllef
Ocupnnltcllef Ocanpnn Ilellef Trnln with Doc Doctor UnetnIll hoctorn ¬
tor torn and Road Officials on AVny AVnyWOkosbarre any anyWitkeabarre U Ula
WOkosbarre Pa May IAY 14 A Lehigh Leb LebYaney LehighValley
Valley Railroad passenger p r train welt weltwrecked was waswracked w wreeked
wracked reeked at Stull twentyfour miles from fromhere fromhero fromhere
here on the DOWHMAC Io Creek branch 1 this thiscveniag thJ8c thisevening
evening c alal one ear full of passengers pae eA be being 1MIn belug ¬
lug In hurled down an embankment and andcrushed andcrWibe41 nd ndcrushed
crushed by another car driving dr1n into It ItMeaner ILeuer It ItMatter
Meaner euer reports r por have so far been re received rfceIYtC received ¬
ceived here and state that that as far as asknown askno asknown
known kno n two arc dead and ad a number in injured InJured inJured ¬
jured juredA
A rescue r ue train with Uh General G cral Division DivisionSuperintendent Dlvl8ionuperlntendeftt Divisioncuperintetxient
Superintendent M L Moon 1001I in charge chargeand cba chargeand e eAnd
and carrying doctors left for the scene sceneami scen scenAnd sceneand
And will pick up physicians on the way wayA WA WAAa wayAs
A Aa the road is a singletrack sln letraek with only onlyone onlyone onlyone
one train a day da > each way R it is expected expectedit
it will be alter midnight when the rescue rescuetrain rfK rfKtrain rescuetrain
train gets eu back backChllil backChllcl backChild
Child One of Victim VictimTelephone VictimsTelephone Icthull IcthullTelephone
Telephone reports from places near the thesceno theliCene thescene
scene state that the dead are William AVflliamPollock WilliamPollock rnUa rnUaPollock
Pollock of Courtdale near here b re who whowas whowas ho howas
was on a troutftshing troutftshln trip to t North NorthMountain NorthlountAln NorthMountain
Mountain and Jacob Eppiey Eplle aged sixyears six sixyears Ix Ixcan
years can and that other dead are believedto believed believedto U vedl vedlto
to to be under und r the wrecked reckec1 cars carsThe CAnThe carsThe
The Injured taken from ran the wreck reek areMrs are areMr ar arI
Mr Mrs I Moses IOI S Stuli of Xoxen oxcn whoee left lefthip letthip lefthip
hip is broken And who Is injured InJur d inter internally InternllIy internally ¬
nally Mrs Irg C L I Meeker of Dorranee Dorraneelon Dorrance Dorranceton
ton head crushed and back injured Mrs MrsD MrsD frs frsD
D R Warren of Alderson Ideraon crushed about aboutthe abo aboutthe t tthe
the body bodyA bod bodA bodyA
A number of others are more or less lessInjure l lInjured leesinjured
Injured but their names have not yet yetbeen yetbeen t tbeen
been ascertained ascertainedCnr aseertnlnedCnr ascertainedCnr
Cnr Turn Purse Over Twice TvrlceThe TnIceTh TwiceThe
The Th train which left this city late in inthe inthe inthe
the afternoon was made up of three thr cars carsbaggage CArsbaJgage carsbaggage
baggage day coach and a smoker The Theaccident Theacclent Theaccident
accident occurred at a switch at an aban abandoned abandoned abandoned ¬
doned lumber yard 1c1 of the he Albert Lewis LewisLumber LewisLumber LenisLumber
Lumber Company Com pan The locomotive bag baggage baggllJe baggage ¬
gage car and day da coach passed pa the theswitch theswitch theswitch
switch safely but the rear coj corbch Olch cli jumped jumpedthe jumpethe jumpedthe
the track and rolled rollo down the th the steep steepembankment steepembankment steepembankment
embankment It turned over twice while whilethe whUethe whilethe
the smoker plunged on top and crashed crashedinlo crAshedin10 crashedinto
into it itThe ItThe r rThe
The two t 1 killed and most of the Injured injurewere Injuredwere injuredwere
were in the day coach The region Is Isuparsely IsIIparscly issparsely
sparsely settled and assistance was long longIn longIn
in arriving arrivingCIVLL arrlvlnrCIVIL arrivingCIVIL
CIVIL WAR HERO DIES DIESCnpt DIESCn DIESCapt
Cnpt Cn Itt lnw Lnwuoii In aon on Was VIt with 1 h Fighting FixliilnicKlrnt Flch FightingFirst tI n n1rMt
First nt Gcttyj Gctt GCttyabnrg GCttyabnrgRichmond I hnrJ hnrJRIhmond nrpr nrprRichmond
Richmond Va May Ia SCapt 2S Capt William WilliamM
M 1 Lawson law5 > 11 i member of the First Vir Virinia h hglnla Ir Irglnla
glnla inia Regiment known among the soldiers sol soldiers 501Iers ¬
diers Iers of both armies in the civil war as asthe asthe asthe
the Fighting First is dead c c1 at City CityHospital CIt CItHospital CityHospital
Hospital at the age of eighty elJht At the thebkttie theb thebattle
battle b ttle of Gettysburg G ttrsburg ho followed Piekott PiekottIu PlekcllIn PickettIn
In the charge carrying tho Confederate Confederatecolors Confccratccolors Confederatecolors
colors In the rush Lawson hud one arm armshot armshot armshot
shot away awa with the flag He grabbed tip tipthe fp fpthe fpthe
the tattered emblem and cheered despitehis despite despiteliis d Splle Spllehis
his injury lie was also wounded woun ed while whtlcbearing whilebearing whilebearing
bearing the flag at the battle of Seven SevenPines SeyonPines SevenPines
Pines PinesMnj PinesJlnj PinesMaJ
Mnj Arms Arnica rme SIxty Slxtlx lx Years Old Oldi OJdIj OldMaj
i Mnj Ij Amies U S A will celebrate his hissixtysixth his5Ixtsl hissixtysixth
sixtysixth 5Ixtsl th birthday hlrth a this afternoon at athis athis athis
his country home Fairfield when ho howill howill hoswill
will receive recei friends informally informallyt Inforl11allr Inforl11allrChc informallyChevy
t Chevy Chc Chose Inkc Open May 10 HO HOEvening 30Evening 10 10Eenlng
Evening concert c rt Marine I Us Blvd I Dancing DancingTnlr DancingPulr DancingPair
Pair of No 1 Blindx for forFrank 8121 12 12Frank
Frank Libbey Co 6th N Y ave
MRS TAFTS FATHER ILL ILLAVIfe ILLllife I IUl
AVIfe Ul of President to Arrive at Cln Clnolniintl Cmnelnnntl
olniintl Home Tomorrow TomorrowMr Iomorrowtr IoniorrosvHrs
Mr Hrs tr Taft left I t Wanbincton last night nightfor n nightfor ht htfer
for Pittsburg to visit her r sister Mrs MrsThomas MrsThomaa
Thomas Tho K Laughlan La hlall today and will willleave willleave ill illI
leave I e there tonight ton ht for f l Cincmnnatl to to5ee toher toFee
Fee her octogenarian oe narla father John J JEIf W WHerron WHorton
Horton EIf > rron who 00 is ill at his home homeShe bonwShe homeShe
She wttt 1U be the gue gU guest t of her sister aliterIra sisterirsChatks sisterMrs
Mrs Ira irsChatks Chacles Anderson Because of 0 air ilria9rt airi
i ia9rt ln9its r s use triads of tw iKpJUST Cl CltMBfaui
1 tMBfaui lsjiaa air asneoinoil nr au ties P fa to tot fcip MH MHEXODUS wt wtEXODUS
EXODUS FOR EUROPE ON ONnnoklngn ONnO ONRnnkhtgs
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nnoklngn nO lk n a AVI MVill 11l II Hen nf iteuclt neh cli high III h Mark Inrk of offnootooo oftlOooo ofNew
fnootooo fnootoooXew tlOooo tlOoooX
New X w York May lay 28There Thre will 111 be an anoverflow Anoerftow anoverflow
overflow of American merieantourleUl tourists in Europe Europerhb Europeth Europethis
this th summer if the bookings bookt alreadyuMd alreadyscheduled already alreadyscheduled
scheduled uMd with the various steamship steamshiplines ateaJD8bl ateaJD8blUne8 steamshipUses
lines for torthe the month of o June be taken tk a aan AI AIaa asan
an indication According to an unoftcial unoftcialestimate u uao O kial kialNtJmate cialestimate
I estimate more than J3iOOOW will ill be paidby paid paidby
by by persons leaving i this country who will willmake willmak willmake
make mak the voyage oa e in fin first > t cabin and at atleast AtSt atleast
least St half that amount will ill be paid by bysecond bytle bysecond
second tle < Ond cabin passengers passengersENGYCLICALJEALS pl tfn rg rgENCYCLICALEALS
1 1ENC
ENGYCLICALJEALS ENGYCLICALJEALSPope ENCYCLICALEALSWITH ENC YCL1CAL YCL1CALYfiTII
WITH YfiTIIPope MODERNISM MODERNISMPOJe
Pope Eulogizes EulogizesBorromeo St Charles CharlesBoiTomeo CharlesBorrolllco
BoiTomeo as Its Foe FoeHome FoeROtM FoeRome
Home May Iay SS SThe The Pope has issued an anencyclical anepcelleal anencyclical
encyclical on the occasion of the thirty thirtycentenary third thirdcentenary thirdcentenary
centenary of the canonisation neoba Uon of St StCharles StCharles StCharles
Charles Borromeo in which he b extols extolshim extolshim tols tolshim
him a as tbe great champion of Catholiclam Catholic Catholicism CAtholictam ¬
ism against a IDSt tbe Protestant Reformationwho Reformation Reformationwho Reformationho
who ho be says Y at the tone of the Council Councilof Councilof Councilof
of Trent definitely established eSta Ksh that Cath Catholic Catholic Catholic ¬
olic principles had been undermined by byMartin b bIvda byMartin
Martin Ivda Luther LutherThe 1 LutherThe t her herTIte
The Pope compares compares the Protestant ProtestantReformation Protf8tCUltReformation ProtestantReformation
Reformation with todays todtiy modernismHe modernism inadernfemHe modern1lmHe
He exhorts < the clergy cler y and the laity to tocombat tocombat tocombat
combat modern Innovators in the same samemanner samemAnner samemanner
manner that St Charles Borromeo Borrom waged wagedwar wa1etlwar wagedwar
war against A lnst the reformers reform of hut day dayPius dayPlus dayPius
Pius X cpncludes neludes by b recommending rcommendin the theepiscopate th thepisCOPAte theopiteopate
episcopate to follow the saints Ints example exampleand eRnlpleanti exanipleand
and promote among AlIIn th they < people religious religiousinstruction rfthriousInstruction religiousinstruction
instruction which constitutes a defense defenseagainst deCenlleRralnst defenseagainst
against errors of faith faitbThe faithThe faithThe
The number numb r of Americans who have havebeen havebeen havebeeii
been received by b the Pope this year ear Is teunprecedented Isunproceentetl isunprocedented
unprecedented Bishop bloop Kennedy I en n 00 rector rectorof Iectorof rectorof
of the American College who attends attendsexclusively AlteJldsexclusively attendsexclusively
exclusively to the papal presentations presentationssays presentationssas presentatlonssays
says that since Easter more than IjKD IjKDAmericans IQAmericana 11WAmericans
Americans have been cn received by the thePope th thPope thePope
Pope weekly Seventy per cent of 0 themwere them themwere themwere
were nonCatholics nonCatholicsHiULEYS nonC nonCatholicsHALLEYS tholles thollesI
I HiULEYS HALLEY COMET COMETDAILY COMETDAILY COMETDAILY
DAILY BULLETIN BULLETINMay BULLBTIN1Iay BULLETIN1Iav
1Iav May 29Hallev 29 29Halleys Halleys s comet cometsets cometsets cal l e t tsets
sets today at 112 11 25 5 p 111 and andtomorrow andtomorrow andtomorrots
tomorrow at 1129 11 29 p in inComets mComets inComets
Comets speed today today about
1565 miles a minute Comet Cometnearingi Cometnearing Cometnearing
nearing nearingithe the celestial equator equatornrrfefetm equatorI e1uatortbfb
tbfb nrrfefetm ri M ml br it Frederic PretlerklMpWIScU PretlerklMpWIScUAuto Ctenptcll Cs eybdl Sc U UAuto l lAuto
I
Auto Injures Negro eJtro Girl GirlDodging GIrlDodging GirlDodging
Dodging In front of an auto driven drienby drhenby drivenby
by lloraco Carpenter Carpenter of 3306 P Park Parkroiu1 Parkroad rK rKroad
road in Fifth street near N street strftnorth strftnorthwest streetaasrthwest north northwest ¬
west a stxyearoW negro ne o chHd chi Id named namedMary name nAntNIIlary < l lMary
Mary Walls an was run overanfo over antl an slightly slightlyinjured slightlyinjured dl htly htlyInjured
injured The cold was taken to ldomeopathie Homeo Homeopathic Homoo Homoop ¬
pathic p thlc Hospital where her injuries injurl > S were werenot werenot werenot
not found ound to be serious seriousJfJ2 seliousJfd
Jfd 11123 JfJ2 to nnltlmore nnd Helnrn
Today via Ia Baltimore lv Ohio R R RPretty RPrett RPretty
Pretty Prett Mantels Ionfell for R300 Apiece
Frank Libbey Co 6th th N Y ave let
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I ESTRADA TRENCHESI TRENCHESTroops TRENCHES
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STREWN STRE WITH 1Tll DEAD DEADTroops DEADTrooIJs DEADBluefields
Troops Capture CaptureSTRE i iBluff Bluefields BluefieldsBluff BI uefields uefieldsBluff
Bluff at Sacrifice
t
250 SLAI LAIN AND 50 WOUNDED WOUNDEDPamllicd WOU1HEDI WOUNDEDFrtinisbcil
Pamllicd and Footsore Mndrlx Sol SolillerM Soldltr Sotii
I illerM ii iers Join Ilovolullotilit AfterOitpnat After AfterOtiipntt fttr fttrI
Otiipntt of Stronghold 1 111I 5 Taken Tnken3Iiieh TakenJineh rnktnJlneh
I 3Iiieh to Dltlictirtciinicnt of Rebel RelielChief nettllChIef RebelChief
Chief Who ho Was n AI Fooled by h Xelndon XelndonBlvefieMs ZdndonBtue6e 7elndonBluebeii
BlvefieMs Btue6e May 7 ITae Ttte losses la tilefa theAghtittg the thefighting
fighting la tile outskirts of BtoeAeMc BI are are2S arsSf aree
Sf 2S e killed and fifty wounded WOUIICIedwho wou tied Prisoners Prisonerswho Prisonerswho
who were serving under ben he Lam Mate Matethat abatethat U Uthat
that Gen G n Estrada s inirejiehmetits have havenot ba havenot c cnot
not suffered from Ute attacks though theogfcconquered t tconq thoughconquered
conquered conqueredWhile conq conqueredWhile red redWhUe
While Gen Lara was accomplishing ftOIIt the tbeoccupation tlteoccupation theoccupation >
occupation of Bluefields BId the gov government government v vrnm ¬
ernment rnm nt gunboat uRboat Venus signaled Jed him himand himAnd himand
and he subsequently subeeq ly desperately attacked attackedthe attaekedth attackedthe
the th intrencipaeMtg Intreac t The rifles and a the thequick tilequick thequick
quick firing guns ns of the revolutionists revoludeaiatscaused revolutionistsraused leYoIutloatstaeau
caused eau great eat slaughter alau bter among a tile to tocrnmen gov government governmenyorces ¬
ernmenyorces ernmenyorcesTroop ernment crnmen forces forcesTroop for ea ea1rfHllt
Troop In ti Hani rd LineGovernment Linen LinenGovernment 1lneGonrnmeat
Government troops famished and foot footsore Cootsore footsore ¬
sore frequently crept er from their trenchesand trenches trenchesand treoDCMsancl 5
and surrendered urr tCI to the revolutionists revolutionistsThey revolutkN revolutbnistsThey 8ts 8tsTh
They Th tell pitiable pl ltbllf tales of the hardships hardshipsami harchlhipgarwl hardehipaand 5
and suffering su < < erln of 0 their former companion companionwho compaRIonwho companionswho
who are retained r talnM in the ranks by the use useof uteor useof
of most 1D06 cruel methods methodsThree metboclsThrf methodsThree
Three Thrf hundred American marines are areexpected arexpected areexpected t
expected to arrive here Mr today 10 to I assist assistthe IIM assisttoe t ttit L
the men from the American war ar ships shipsPaducah 5hlpsPaducah shipsPaducab 5
Paducah a ADd d Dubuque IR i matatatetofc ilJtIRtat or order 01der order ¬
der in the city and in enforcing Com Commander CommD Commander ¬
mander mD er Gllmers proclamation forbid forbidding lOlt lOltdln forbldding ¬
dln ding n JtJhUn lighting hting in Blueneids nhle6el s proper properTlie pIOptITll properTie
Tie Tll situation at Rama na is unchanged unchangedThe uneha unchangedThe ed edThe
The re revolutionists rtvolutioD there are holding holdiR Gen GtnChavaria GhCbarta GenChavaria
Chavaria in check checkThe cheekThe checkThe
The fruit steamer Dictator has lips been beenrleared Mfttcleared beencleared i
cleared by the American Amerl an consul tbe tbeEstrada tbeEstrada theEstrada
Estrada government making no objec objection objections objections ¬
tion tions tionsMadrlz tionsMadriz
tionMadrix
Madrix officiate are now occupying th thcustomhooee t tcustomh the thecustomhouse >
customhouse customh uee at Blnefieids BlnefieidsGen n1eIdaGen BoeAeidsCen
Gen Kstrada strada Is disheartened t ebearteMd by his hisdefeat hl8tefeat hisdefeat
defeat there th r The strongest troa t poaitioa j tO o HJoB of ofthe DCthe ofthe
the revolutionists was sacrificed whit wfthscarcely whitscarcely ith ithscanely i
scarcely an effort to protect it It There hi hia IIa Isa 5
a suspicion that the surrender of u Blueftekts Bluetkkis Blue Biuofiekls
fiekls Bluff was Ii due to treachery on the thepart theart thepart
part art of Gen Keiadon e1adon who 110 was in Command com command COMmand ¬
mand of the defense defenseBEARS l1eCtmeeBEARS defenseBEARS
BEARS WREATH ON FLIGHT FLIGHTraiillinii FLIGHTInnlhnu FLIGHTlnulhan
raiillinii Dccorntci nc orntcll French Monn Monninent Montinicnt Ionnluent
inent nt n Poona PoonaVerona VeronnVerona trunn trunnY
Verona Y Verona r nA May Ia 2S SAviator Aviator Paulhan Paulhanflew PAulhanftew PaulhanAeiv
flew this nor morRlng ilngr from this city to toSolferlno toSolf toSolferlno
Solf Solferlno Solferlno rlRo in thirtythree minutes He Hedescended Hee liedescended
descended e n ed near ner the commemorative commemorativetewer eommemorathetftwer commemorativetower
tower under which French soldiers soldierswho soldierswho Olderswho
who fought in the battle of Solferino Solferinoare SolCerhloare Solterinoare
are hurled He placed on the tower towera
a wreath Inscribed From French Frenchaviators JireuehalAtors Frenchaviators
aviators to their brethren who h died for forItaly forItaly forItaly
Italy lie flew fie back te Verona in inthirty intbirty Inthirty
thirty minutes despite de J te a strong stroa wind windand windand 111d 111danti
and heavy hea y hall storm stormCOAL stormCOAL stormCOAL
COAL PICKS DISTURB DEAD DEADGraves DEADGrn1 DEADGraves
Graves Struck by h Miners I1ner Under UnderCatholic tJHIerCnthollc UnderCatholic
Catholic Cemetery CemeteryWllkeslMirre CfOJUter CfOJUterWilkesM1T Cemeteryillkesbarre
WllkeslMirre May la 2SA subsidence < e of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the roof in all mine mln workings workl beneath beneaththe beneAtbth benea beneathe
the th St Vincents Catholic Cemetery alPlymouth at atPlymouth atPI
PI Plymouth nOttth this morning mornln affected a Rum number RumlKr aunther ¬
her of grave and opened two at them themMI themIIt themso
MI wide that tbe cofllns containing the thebodies thebo thebottles
bodies bo l were ere broken There are over o a athousand IItboUIant1 athousand
thousand bodies b dles in the th cemetery and a alarge alaqe alarge
large section of It is undermined underminedDecoration 1I undet mi mined minedDecoration t1 t1Dccorntlon
Decoration Day Ifliiwrrs Ifliiwrrsat JlnutrJIIat
at reasonable prices Rtakiston Rladd toftt > 11 < < e H HMoldlnc H110Idlnt IfMoldings
Moldings lo > o 1 for 1 Cent ent n Foot
Frank Libbey Co 6th I y ave
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FLAYS CHICAGO EDITOR EDITOJRDenies EDIlfOHDeniesBribe EDITORDenies
Denies DeniesBribe Bribe Charge Charge ChargeIt and Galls GallsIt JailsIt
It Plot to InureVitriolic injure injureVitriolic InjureltrioHe
Vitriolic Remarks Directed at th thPnbllshcr thPnhlllher the thePublisher >
Publisher of f the Trlbnne Whom WhomHe Whomlie hom homlie
lie Denounce nB it its Being In vCon vConsplrncy Con Conspirncy on onplrney
splrncy to Prevent I cnt the Opening of ofn ofa ofa
a leer cn Dank In Which He and nnd HI HIFriends IllFriends ills illsFriends
Friends Are re Interested InterestedSciiaior IntcrctcdSenator InterestedC
Senator C Lorbicr L imer of IlHaois who wiwhas whohas
has h s been be resting rest b ioc CK c several weeks weeksutxicr weeksw1Cicr weekswilder
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wilder charges cbar that his eieotioB to tothe tothe tothe
the Senate was brought aboutthrough about aboutthrough abouttltrough
through bribery arose in the Sen Seniate Senate n nate
ate at noon IIOO l yesterday yest rda and delivered delivereda delivereda1JIitt
a a1JIitt bitter r speech against the Chicago ChicagoTribune ChicagoTribun ChicagoFribur3e
Tribune which was responS responsible bie for Jorthe forthe forthe
the publication of the alleged aJk con confession coniession calfesslotn ¬
fession of the bribetaker bribetakerSenator bribetakerSernuor bribehikerSenator
Senator Lorimer denied Died the brib bribery briber bribcry ¬
cry er charges char s attributed them to a aplot aplot aI
I plot on the part of the Tribune and andhis andhis andhis
his political enemies enemies to ruin him himboth hintboth himboth
both financially aDd in politics lam lamended tics and
ended by demanding an mvestiga mvestigation iuestigation investigation
tion at the hands of the Senate Ju Judiciary J Judiciarv u uI ¬
diciary diciarv ic nCOR11itt nCOR11ittI Committee CommitteeIt o nit itteC itteCIt
I It I t was Lorimers Lori rs first appearance appearancei
i ill the Senate since the charges charg were weremade weremade ere eremade
made and the scene was as dramatic dramaticIt
It was as a a 12000woVd 12 GDO OOQoc weir speech a eci n ned tol tolr tolt folf
i r ed d > lflP r rte f which ti t wassent was wassent WO WOsent
sent 18 iothc the Oerfcs s desk to t be read readIt readI readIt
It I t was as referr referred to the Cofitteeon Computtee Computteeon co ttre ttreon
on Privileges and Elections El ti ns for h hconsideration i its itsconsideration h hconsideration >
consideration considerationCHIIDRICV considerationCIIIInnux considerationCIi11DRIEX
CHIIDRICV HEAR HIM HUITb IIlJITM HIMThe
Tb TM galleries were < < He w well ll Ailed In th thfront tM tMfront thfront
front row roW of C 4n Age of i th them m Senator Ix Lorl Lorlmer Lorlmer > ri rimw
mw mer s two sons and two daugtuen dugtiian ierswee iersweeamoa were wereamong w ie ieamong
among amoa < < tb the listeners listenersTSc lIsteaeriT1 listeaetaThe
The T1 c niteote n Senator sel ator was plainly plaIalJMr plaIalJMro nerv nerccue nervous ¬
cue o when heR ftc fa arose anee ai a 1e o address t4reac lb the Chan ChanHe ChauHe ChairHe
He spoke s oke e at arM in an almost toaaditile tliapdiblevoice toaaditilevoico lhlt lhlttele
voice tele but Quickfy cd7 saJoed eonMence eonMenceOn eoatWeaceoil coaddenceOn
On oil two tw a former occasions in recent recentyears recln reclnrean recentyears
years Senators have haT risen to a Question Questionof Queati41DC
of personal privilege pr to denounce then theraccu thel thelccUftIS thenaccusers
accu accusers rs Th rite late IateS Senator tor Xlteheil IItcIIeIlOregon of ofOregon r rI
Oregon n and former Senator Bon of ofKansas ofKansas Ie IeXaJltW
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Kansas who were convicted COIIirt of violating violatingFederal vloIatin vloIatinFaeraJ violatingFe
Fe Federal era statutes took adsaasa adva4ge a e oC th their theirprivilege ir irprivilege lrJriU
privilege JriU e to defend taemeelvee hes on the thedoor the1Ioor thedoor
door of the Senate IB the owe of Sena Senator Senator Senator
tor Loriwer however wever there is ao direct dlrertcharge directcharge Jtrectehar
charge ehar a against > rahsst Mm IM and a only his beaten nontenants Meut beatenants n naots ¬
ants are involved involvedPurpose tavolvedPnrpoNc Inv hed hedPUrlOic
Purpose of HI his Speech SpecchTD SpeechIn
In part Senator Lorimer LoriMerspolle spoke as fol follows t01Jo follows
lows Jo
I Mr ir President Pre lent I rise to a Question of ofpersonal ofJftIOAI ofpersonal
personal privilege to state the facts con concerning concernla concerning ¬
cerning cernla and the reason for or the mo most mostrecent t trtceat
recent assault l made upon u we mt4hI J the theChicago h hCbl
Chicago Cbl l o Tribune with 1Ut 1t th the Meat toblacken to t t1cftl
blacken 1cftl my r character characterOn cbandftOn characterOn
On April > m s th the Chicago Tribune pub publisted pubb published
listed b a story 8tor ever 9 the signature sture of ofCharles orCbar ofCharles
Charles Cbar A White te a member ntembero of e the Illi Illinois 1111MIs Iilinois ¬
nois legislature lature in which hIclt It was U alleged allegedthat AU allegedthat fOfl fOfltut
that I obtained my neat et in the United UnitedStates tnlttd3tates tnitedStates
States Senate S na1e through t b bribery brIb ry and cor corruption corruption
ruption I have b v been compelled to defer dfrray Mf Mfmy defermy
my return to the Senate owing to the thefact theact thefact
fact act that the story > > tory was timed and pub published pubI18Mci pubbelied ¬
belied with 1th a deliberate purpose pur to d dstroy ctR19 do dostrey > >
stroy R19 a new banking eking a aJIOeiaUoD ociaUou in Chi Chicago Chiago Chicago ¬
cago ago which hieh r Ibavc mtvc ve been organising orgAnIat with withsom withseine ith ithHMe
seine som of my friends friendsThe frlfDdsThe friendsThe
The assault was made de to t prevent PI ent the thebank thebank
bank from opening It utterly failed a ed of oria ofits
it ia purpose but it required my constant constantattention CODStal1tattention constantattention
attention to build an impregnable bulCnntinuedon bul bulj bulContlnuc1on
j Cnntlniicilon Page 4 Column 3 3NOT 3NOT 3NOT
NOT TO PRESS VETO ISSUE ISSUELondon ISSUEJonflolt ISSUElondon
London Politic lIek fn p After fter Sn Snpension Soenllion Snieuiou
pension enllion Over Death DenthLondon DuthLottdon DeathLondon
London May 18Y 2S STbe The political true truewhich trucwhreh truewhich
which followed the death of King K Ed Edward Edarfl Edward ¬
ward arfl has nearly run it Ill its course courseTbe CDfllrHThe courseThe
The situation is in the hands of the thegovernment thegovernment thegovernment
government ami until Parliament Parllam nt meets meetson meft meetson
on 01 June 8 their intention te not likely to tobe tobe tobe
be divulged t1lu ed It is practically certain certaini certainhowoer certainhowever
i however that they will not press forward forwardthe forardthe forwardthe
the veto question queeU immediately Immediat When WhenParliament WhfnPArtlament WhenParliament
Parliament assembles embiH and if they are areable areAble areable
able to control their more RIOC extreme fol followers followers follewers ¬
lowers they may even en postpone po tpone the issue issueuntil lesueUDUt Issueuntil
until next dct year yearThen yearTben yearThen
Then there is the burning bUM question of ofthe 0 ofthe C Ctho
the Kings declaration of protestantism protestantismThe pl protoetaatisntThe cetAnUsm cetAnUsmThe
The government has ha not yet given any anyclear anyllear anyclear
clear intimation as IS to t how they th6 will deal dealwith d81with dealwith
with the offensive oen e avowal 011 nor indeed indeedany indefflan indeedany
any an distinct pledge that they wilt deal dealwith dealwith dealwith
with H at all but the subject Is known knownto
to be engaging ensa ng the close el ee attention of th thmembers thmembers thmembers
members of the cabinetTobacco cabinet cabinetTolmcco cabtnetTohAtCO
Tobacco Manufacturer Die DieLynchburg Dies DlellTynchbur DiesLynchburg
Lynchburg V4 Y May Ia 2tE + E A Han Hancock HanlOCk Hancock
cock senior member of Hancock H4Ut k Broth Brothers Brett Brettrs s sera ¬
ers rs plots pJ tobacco manufacturers died to today tlldaty today ¬
day H HtI leaves a a wife who was Miss MissChxmblin MissCbambUu MissChamblia
Chxmblin of Lottdoun County and eight eigritchildren eign eignchnd eightchildren
children chnd n Death was duo dU to apoplexy apoplexyColonial ItpoplexColonisl apoplexyColonial
Colonial Column COlumnJ 290 fin O Apiece ApieceFrank ApieceFrank pltc
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