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Col John J olIn Mosby Working on onMemoirs onMemoirs onMemoirs
Memoirs of Givil GjvilWar GjvilWarLIVES GivilWarLIVES War WarLIVES
Famous EaIlo Warrior Waxes Y8tes rCS Indig Indigjnt JndigPJJutOver Inctigh
h 5int PJJutOver jnt Over Discharge DischargeIm
Im Not Not Superannuated He Shouts Shoutsan
an g Fire of Old OldGlenni Ranger Days DaysGleania JaysGleam
Gleam Gleania in His HI Byes Guerrilla GuerrillaLeader GuerrUlnLender GueiriIlaLender
Lender Is Tearful Tenrfu When He Re Recite RecUes Recitei ¬
cite cUes the t1t Story Stor of His lis Service In InGovernment InGOTern inGoTernitent
Government GOTern u l1t Department DepartmentLiving DelmrtmcntLiving DepaztrnentLiving
Living In 8 room at 306 Twelfth street streetnorthwest streetnorthw streetnorthwest
northwest northw t the furniture of whleh is I three threechairs threechairs threechairs
chairs a single bed some bjoks a awriting awritlQg awrDig
writing table and a little oil stove on enwhich onwhlc onwhIcI
whlc which he cooks his food ic Col John JohnSingleton JohnSingleton JohnSingleton
Singleton Mosby famous In the th annals annalsof annalsof annalsof
of the civil war as leader of the Partisan PartisanHangars PartisanRangers ParttsanRangers
Rangers RangersThe RangersThe HangarsThe
The famous old warrior warn or stern and andstrong andatrong andstrong
strong as in tile days of the war warbut warbutwith war1 but butwith
with a tear t ar in his eye told a representa representative representative reprosentative ¬
tive of The Washington Herald last i lt night nighthow nighthow nighthowjie
how howjie he had been be n dismissed dlsm dIsmissodfrom M8fftrom from the De Department De8rtment Department
partment > 8rtment of Justice for fc no reason known knownto knownto
to himself hlmlicltHe
4 He said he received his discharge with without without withoit ¬
out the slightest warning and that At Attorney Attorney Attorney ¬
torney General Wiokersham gave no noreason noreason noreason
reason for his action actionThe actionThe actionThe
The reporter asked him whether he hewould heWould hewould
would go g go on a vacation this summer summer or ornot ornot ornot1
not not1 and he saM safaIlls saMIlls satd1fl
Ills 1fl Vacation VacntIo Permanent PermanentA Permanent Permanentvacation Permanentvacation
A vacation Why I am on a 8 perma permanent permanent permanent ¬
nent vacation Attorney ttorney General Gon rat Wick Wlckersham Wickersham Wickersham
ersham gave no reason reat roasonfor n for dismissing dtsmJ ng me meThe meThe maThe
The newspapers said ad ld I was superannu superannuated supomnnu supomnnuated sup rannu rannuated ¬
atedA atedA ated atedA
A faint tear stole into the eye of the thebrave thebrave thebrave
brave old man of aeventysevw evontys 6U He Hestretched Hestretched Hestretched
stretched himself across his bed sur surveyed surveyed surveyed ¬
veyed his bare room and the tears came cametoo cametoo cametoo
too fast to be wiped away with his hand handI
1 shall write wrltemy lily memoirs out of which whichI
I hope to realize something 8Ome IIII and then his hisvoice hIsvoice hisvoice
voice trembled for or his proud spirit was washumiliated washumilIAted washumillited
humiliated humiliatedHia humilIAtedHis humillitedHis
His gaze centered on ona a little bare pine pinetable pinetable pinetable
table on which sat a small oil stove On Onthe Onthe Onthe
the table tal were a a few pleoae pIG2 of toasted toastedbread toastedbread toastedbread
bread a aM d on the floor under tha table tablestood tablestood tablestood
stood a can of otcotretllo otcotretlloAnQther ofAnQther eoffe eoffeAnother
AnQther table stood nearby on which whichthere whichthere htch htchthere
there were writing implements and sev several sv sver severilbooks ¬
er erilbooks eral lbook5 books among which was a a history of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Gettysburg campaign written by the thecolonel thecolon thecoIono
colonel colon coIono some time ago Nearby wag WB a asingle asingle aaingle
single iron bad on which the old men menlay menJay nnlay I
lay endeavoring to keep back the teats teatsBefore tausBefore ternBefore
Before his dismissal from office Col ColMosby CotIotIby ColMoiby
Mosby lived at 1313 I L street northwest northwestbut northwestbut northwestbut
but has been compelled to take up less lessdesirable lessdesirable lessdesirable
desirable quarters in Twelfth street streetAfter streetArter streetAfter
After some momenta of silence during duringwhich duringwhich duringwhich
which the old ma malt stared at the ceiling ceilinghe ceIlInghe coilinghe
he suddenly drew the bed covering up upover upover upover
over his brsaat and sat upright uprightOld upMfhtOld uprightOld
Old but Still Strong StrongThey StronJtThey StrongThey
They say I am superannuated I am amno amno amno
no such a thing thing I am asi strong as i iover 1ever Iever
ever was I am old It Js trao but I Iam Iam Iam
am strong nevertheless neverthelessHere neverthelessHere neverthelessHere
Here the old Sire came to the face of ofthe o othe ofthe
the soldier as vividly as in the days dayswhen dayswhen dayswhen
when he hovered about Washington with withhis withhis withhis
his band of 809 IG man manI m menI l1 l1I j
I have no plans for the future he hewent hewent hewent
went on I shall stay in Washington Washingtonand Washingtonand Washlngtonand
and work on my book bookat at any rate I Ishall Ishlrtl IshtU
shall not leave the city No Nono no I will willtake willtake willtake
take no vacation vacationWhy vacationWhy vacationWhy
Why whan Lee fell back to defend defendRichmond defendRichmond defendRichmond
Richmond from GrantV Grant he burst out I Istill Istill Istill
still hovered about the Potomac with my myband myband myband
band and kept the Federals on the look lookout lookout lookout ¬
out all the f e time I had absolutely no nosupport nosupport nosupport
support from the Confederate irmy army I Iworked Iworked Iworked
worked with my men in the enemys enemyscountry enemyscountry enemyscountry
country country and kept thorn on their toes all allthe allhe allThe
the he time timeMy timeMy timeMy
My present condition is a a part of the thegame thegamIts thegameits
game gamIts its war warand and I take It as such I Ihave Ihave Ihave
have been up against It during the war warand warand WBrand
and did not take it so seriously to heart heartI h art artI
I shall endeavor not to do so now nowAppointed nowAppolntetl nowAppointed
Appointed b by oy Roosevelt RooseveltCol RooReveItCot RooseveltCal
Cot Mosby was appointed to aposltion aposltionin a tposlUonIn
in the Department of Justice by Cal ColRoosevelt Co CoRoosevelt CalRoosevelt
Roosevelt who liked the daring old sol soldier soldler aoldier ¬
dier i
The colonel was United States consul consulat i consulat nsul nsulat
at Hongkong China from ISIS to o ISSfc ISSfcThen ISSSThen lSLThen
Then he practiced law l w in San Francisco Franciscountil Franciscountil Franciscountil
until appointed in the Department of ofJustice aCJusUco ofJustice
Justice JusticeHis JusUcoHis JusticeHis
His home hbme Is in Albemarle County Count Va VaHe VaHe VaHe
He is a graduate of the University ot otVirginia arVirginia OfVirginia
Virginia law school He has three sons sonsone sonsane sonsone
one of whom Is living In Washington Washingtonand
and the Other two are in Intbe the North NorthBOY NorthBOY NorthBoY
Barry Lewis Accused Accu3 d of Shooting ShootingHenry Shootingenr ShootingIfnr
Henry Ifnr enr F Zacliery ZacJler nt Roanoke RoanokeBristol RonnokeBristol ilonnokeBristol
Bristol Tenn July 23 23Harry Harry Lewis Lewisalias LewIsaUas Lewisalias
alias Harry Smith the sixteenyearold sixteenyearoldboy
boy wanted for the murder of Henry F PZachery FZachery FZachory
Zachery an aged citizen at Roanoke RoanokeJuly RoanokeJuly RoanokeJuly
July 17 was captured hero today anfl anflIs nd ndis idi
Is i being held in the city Jttil j U pending pondln the thearrival thearrIval thearrival
arrival of officers officersHe officersHe officersHe
He admitted his Identity and that he hewas hewas hewas
was with Zachery constantly for a few fewdays tew tewda fewdays
days da s befbre the murder
and up u to a afew afew afew
few hours of the tragedy but filnted filntedwhen 9sintedwhen 31ntedwhen
when told that he was cHarged with the thecrime thecrime thecrime
crime He was arrested for cruelty to toanimals toanimals toanimals
animals and as he was brought into intopolice Intopollce Intopolice
police barracks the postman brQught In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the mall In which was a a card containing
his description descriptionZachery d descriptionZachery rIpUon rIpUonzachery
Zachery was murdered with a 32caliber 32caliberrevolver 32callberrevalver 32caliberrevolver
revolver A pistol of this kind was wasfound wasfound wasfound
found in Jowls ewIs pocket The murderer murdererfailed murdereraUDd murdererfaiLed
failed to find 617 sewed in Zacherys Zacherysclothes ZaCherysclothes Zacherysclothes
512 125 1 Baltimore and Return ReturnBaltimore ReturnDaItlmore ReturnBaltimore
Baltimore and Ohio R R REvery REvery REvery
Every Saturday and Sunday All trains
both waysboth W both days except cept Royal Lim ¬
Front FrontDoor DOOM XJlnsed lnsec1SS00 SfCO 400 Apiece AxmIece1ra
STank Fra k Libbey L1bbe Co GUvtS 6tb N Y Yo iive iiveC2 ave
C2 <
For the District of Columbia ColumbiaMaryland ColumbiaMaryland Columbiav1ary1and
Maryland and Virginia VirginiaGener VirginiaGenerally Gener Generally ¬
ally fair and continued warm to today today today ¬
day and tomorrow light tp mod moderate modelate modefate ¬
erate elate south and southwest winds windsMINE windsMINE windsMINE
Highwayman Is Unable to Get Hold Holdof Holdof Itoldof
of 2800 Pay Roll RollKittanning RollKittannlng BollKittanning
Kittanning Pa July 23 23Angered Angered at atbeing atbeing atbeing
being unable to secure J2StW 2800 2S the pay payroll payroll payroll
roll of the miners of the Widnoon Coal CoalCompany CoalCompany CoalCompany
Company highwaymen shot spot ot and killed killedHorton killedHorton killedHorton
Horton Craig an office employe of the thecompany thecompany thecompany
company near Pendleton at 10 oclock oclockthis oclockthis oclockthis
this morning The companys mines are arelocated arelocated arelocated
located between Lawsonham and Pen Pendleton Pendleton Pendleton ¬
dleton dletonF
F M Brown superintendent of the thecompany thecomp thecompany
company comp ny started this morning from Rqy Rqynoldsville n nnoldsvtIlewtth Rynoldsvlilo
noldsville noldsvtIlewtth with 52800 200 to pay the miners minersAt mInersAt minersAt
At Lawsonham he he was met by Craig and andJames andJames andJames
James Corbett employes at the mine mineoffice mineo mineoffice
office o e Brown and Corbett drove in a abuggy abuggy abuggy
buggy and Craig followed In a a spring springwagon sprIngwagon springwagon
wagon wagonAt wagonAt wagonAt
At At the foot of a hill near the mine a man manstepped manstepped manstepped
stepped from the bushes and with a apointed apointed apointod
pointed revolver commanded them to halt haltBrown haltBrown haltBrown
Brown and Corbett jumped out of the thebuggy thebuggy thebuggy
buggy on the opposite ol1Po te side and Corbett Corbettfired Corbettfired Corbettfired
fired at the highwayman n calling on Craig Craigto
to shoot The The stronger fired one shot and anddisappeared anddisappeared anddisappeared
disappeared into intoThe The e bushes and the mine mineofficials mineofflclall mineofficials
officials started startOdto to drive on onThe onThe onThe
The highwayman hlghw mm followed toll owed thenv th thozn how however howeer however ¬
ever and shot Craig who was In 4 the therear therear therear
rear wagon wagonTROMS wagonDEATII agon agonDEATH
THOMAS JLULviUnU JQa Ea R DRAKE illalijf illalijfSuperintendent DRAKESuperintendent DRAKESuperintendent
i Superintendent of Insurance InsuranceJ InsuranceSuccumbs InsuranceSueumbs
J Succumbs to Cerebritis CerebritisHAD CeleblitisHAD CerebritisHA1
Seemed to Rally RaIl AftcrTrcntnient in inHospital In1I0llpltnl inHospital
Hospital but Relapse Came Yea Yesterday Yeatert1a Yeaterlay ¬
terday tert1a Evening Ehenln and lIe Sank SankRapidly SnnkRapldITVa SankRapidlyWas
Rapidly RapldITVa Was Appointed to Office OfficeEight OffIceElgl1t OfficeEight
Eight Years Ago goGrent Grerit Scholar ScholarThomas Scl1olarThomas ScholarThomas
Thomas E Drake superintendent of o In Insurance Insurance Insurance ¬
surance of the District Dl trlct of Culumbfe died diedat diedat diedat
at Providence Hospital at S oclock teat teatnight lutnlgt lastnight
night of cerebritis He was fiftyeight fiftyeightyears fitty fiftyeightyears lght lghtye1S
years old oldA oldA oldA
A little over two weeks ago go Mr Drake Drakewas Drakwas Drakewas
was taken to t yie e hospital suffering from fromnervous fromnervous fromnervous
nervous breakdown brOA broa1own own and in a few days daysshowed dft dftshowed daysshowed
showed signs elgnsof fgn of f improvement He sesmgg1 sesmgg1to leqJn seOli4to 1 1to
to rally to such an assent ot elt that the theta1Jt111 theta1Jt111i4nd fml fmland mfl7 mfl7and
and Jilfj 4rilandptgrQw > tnl 6Ii ogr W Jirfpa imdpei < hdp Jtlofhl ji of orltIs hip Jrdi Jrdimedltervory = 1nt 1ntmediate Iidi5 Iidi5mediate
mediate medltervory recovery aMl l nhuis ians ns wer were made madefor madefo madefor
for fo his ht early e ear1 rlv removal to his home at 1812 1812Riggs 1mRiggs 182Riggs
Riggs place northwest northwestMr northwoetMr northwestMr
Mr Drake began to decline suddenly suddenlyyesterday suddenlY1e suddenlyyesterday
yesterday 1e terday his general condition becoming becomingvery becomingvery
very weak wealcAVna
AVna Vn Great Scholar ScholarThomas ScholarTbo ScholarTh0m31
Thomas Tbo B Drake was born in a Waldo WaldoOhio WaldoOhio WaldoOhio
Ohio July 22 2 1862 IIi He showed a II remark remarkable remarkable remarkable ¬
able aptitude for learning and after study studying studyIng studylug ¬
ing at the local schools > > of the village villagewas villagewaa viIagewas
was wasf wasgraduated f graduated gradu ted from the college con e there therewith therewtUt thocewith
with high honors honorsDeslrlgn honorsDesIrlgn honorsDesirign
Deslrlgn to get into the business buslno 8world 8worldas world worldas worldas
as soon as possible young youngDrake Drake at the theage thege theage
age ge of o nineteen wont to Cincinnati Cincinnatiwhere Ctnelnnatlwhere cIneimatIwhere
where ho entered a life insurance office oSlceAf omC omCAfter officeAfter
Af After ter leaving the Cincinnati office he held heldmany heldmany heldInsny
many responsible positions with different differentinsurance dUtorentInsurance differentInsurance
insurance companies finally finan being made madedeputy madedeputy madedeputy
deputy superintendent of insurance of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Stato of o Ohio This position be re resigned resigned resigned ¬
signed to accept the position of superin superintendent superintendent
tendent of Insurance of the District of ofColumbia 0 0Columbia ofColumbia
Columbia January 1 IMS IH when the de department depart tIepartment ¬
partment part 1e t was created by act of Con Congress Congress Congross ¬
gress In this office Mr Drake remained remainedtill remainedUll remainedtill
till a few weeks before his death deathHe deathHe deathHe
He leaves a a wife and two children Miss MissHelen MissHelen MissHelen
Helen Drake and Miss Alice Drake Fu Funeral Funeral Puacm ¬
neral acm arrangements have not been made madeSince madeSlncn madeSince
Since July 1 Dan Curry District Distri < lt ex examiner exmlner oxaminer ¬
aminer has been in charge of the office officeof offlceot officeof
of superintendent of insurance owing to tothe tothe tothe
the feeble health of Mr Drake DrakeMr DrakeMr DrakeMr
Mr Curry is one of the best informed informedmen Informedmen Informedmen
men In the service and his advice Is IBsought Issought Issought
sought time and again by different Dis District District Distriet ¬
trict officials His HI wide legal knowledge knowledgehas knowledgehas knowledgehas
has come into practical use each day in inthe Inthe inthe
the important position which he holds holdsand holdsand holdsand
and Mr 1r Curry has the esteem and con confidence confidence confidence ¬
fidence of a host of wellknown men of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the District DistrictTHEIK DistrictTHEm DistrictTHEIR
Middies to Have Privilege of Placln Placing
Photos on WalI WalISpecial Walls WallsSpecial nlIs nlIsSpecial
Special to The WnebiBgtai WMigt o Htnld HtnldAnnapolis UenldAnnapalls ljsakIAnnapolis
Annapolis Md July 28 2aNo No longer will willthe wmthQ willthq
thQ midshipmen be forced to forego the thepleasure thepleasure thepleasure
pleasure of having the pictures of their theirbest theIrbest theirbest
best girls adorn their walls or lother lotherphotographs other otherphotographs otherphotographs
photographs and posters to help decorate decoratetheir decoratetheir decoratetheir
their rooms If the recommendations of a aspecially aneclally aspecially
specially appointed naval board are ap approved approved approved ¬
proved by the Navy Department DepartmentBy DepartmontBy DepartmonBy
By the forced absence of any pictures picturesabout picturesabout picturesabout
about their rooms the midshipmen have havehitherto havehitherto havehitherto
hitherto been compelled to lock the pic picture plcture picture ¬
ture of the right little girl Inside of the theclothes theclothes theclothes
clothes locker or nail it to the inside of oftheir ottheir oftheir
their cupboard door doorCommenting doorCommenting doorCommenting
Commenting upon the subject of picture picturedecorations picturedecorations picturedecorations
decorations the board says The hang hangIng hangng hanging
Ing ng of suitable pictures to relieve the thebaren ther thebareness
bareness baren r n < es3 9 of the rooms merits serious rlous con consideration consideratlon consideratlon ¬
sideratlon and is in our opinion desira desirable deslrllble dasirable ¬
Aero Clears Jenrs English Channel ChannelBoulogne ChannelBoulogne ChannelBouIogn
Boulogne July S mThe The balloon St StLouis St StLoulspUotqd StLouis
Louis LoulspUotqd piloted by John Dunville which whichleft whichleft whIchleft
left Hurllngbam England at 430 this thisafternoon thisafternoon thisafternoon
afternoon descended here this evening eveninghaving eenlngh eveninghavIflg
having h lvII1g made the passage pa age of the th English EnglishChannel EI fligffshChanneL gUsh gUshChannel
Channel ChannelAmerican ChannelAmerIcan ChanneLAmerican
American Exhibit Completed CompletedRome OomplctedRome CompletedRome
Rome July 23 23Mr 23Mr Mr Harj4son United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States commissioner to the Rome Rome exhibi exhibitlon exhlbltlon exhibition
tlon has left after completing arrange arrangements arrangements arrangements ¬
ments for an American exhibit exhibit including includingthe
the selection of a site for an American Americanpavilion AmericanpavU10n Americanpavilion
pavilion occupying 2000 square meters metersCO meters2OO
200 CO to PenMar anil Return ReturnJuly ReturnJnly ReturnJuly
July 30 30BIlIUmore 30Baltimore
Baltimore Ohio from Washingtqn at
730 a m returning leave PenMar 715 715p 115p 715p
p m same day Good opportunity for
delightful outing outingWholes outingbol outingWhole
Wholes bol WlndoT Ginned Glazedto 1 05 8125
Frank Ubbey IJb y 8 Co Gth h N NY Y aye awef
f i2 i i
Cheyenne Indians Downcast by Pass Passing Passing Passing ¬
ing of Aged Age War Chief ChiefKing Chi ChiefKing f fKIng
King Fisher Okla Ohm July 23 23Bull Bull Bear Bearthe Bearthe Bearthe
the aged war chief of the Cheyennes Cheyennesdiod Cheyennesdlod Cheyennesdiod
diod today toda on his his allotment near King Kingfisher KIngfishor Kingfisher ¬
fisher fishorHe fisherH0
9 9He
He was a renowned warrior having havingparticipated haingrrtctpatod basingparticipated
participated rrtctpatod in many man battles ba t6B in Nebraska NebraskaKansas NebrackaKansas NebraskaKansas
Kansas and Oklahoma Including the theburning theburn theburning
burning burn In of North Platte Nebr twice twiceand twiceand twiceand
and the battle at a Willow Springs Nebr Nebrwhere Nebrhore Nebrwhore
where hore a son of Henry Ward W rd Beecher was wasslain wasslain wasslain
slain slainAt slainAt slainAt
At varhnig vartou pioneer times he helped helpedditch he1pedditch helpedditch
ditch Union Pacific trains Later he be became 1ecame became ¬
came a great friend of the Federal gov government govarnment government ¬
ernment and when han the Cheyenne and andArapahoo andArapahoo andArapahoo
Arapahoo Indians were allotted land landnone landnone landnone
none could get land until his lineage was wasapproved wasapproved wasapproved
approved by Bull Boar In late years yearshis years yearshi yearshis
his hi religion was that of the Latter Day DaySaints DaySatnUl DaySaints
Saints SaintsBecause SatnUlBecause Saintsflocauso
Because of o Jits lIs 5 deatlOthe doaththe Cheyennes Cheyennesare
are greatly downcast lo1nea t and many of them themare thcmare themare
are leaving to visit i9 t with the Winnipeg WinnipegIndians WinnipegIndians WinnipegIndians
Indians in Nebraska NebraskaDROWNED NebraskaDROWNED NebraskaDROWNED
Three Persons Known Dead and Six SixOthers SixOthers SixOthers
Others Missing MissingEl
El Paso Tex July 23 23As As a a resit of ofa ota ofa
a flood at Blsbeo Ariz last night one onewqroan aneWQman onewoman
woman nil two men were drowned SIx SIxothers S Sothers Sixothers
others are reported missing Many resi residences residences resideuces ¬
dences and stores stor 6 were demolished base basements basemonts basemania ¬
mania flooded and an street car tramc trafflc in inthe Inthe inthe
the c ity as well ell as to and f ronvadjolnlng fromAldjolnlngtowns fromadjoiningtowns ronvadjolnlngtowns
towns interrupted The main streets were werefilled wereftUed werefilled
filled with debris and the damage is over overSJ59690 overPi9000 overIoOoo
SJ59690 The city is in darkness tonight tonightfind tonightfind tonightnd
find nd ha baa no water oven for domestic pur purpose purpG8e8 purpose ¬
pose in some districts the robins being bclngbroken beingbroken
broken brokenTh brokenTb j
The Th storm Wf11 which h Uegan legtn at 330 p m mcentered mcentered incentered
centered above the mountains and thenj th thin thinfrom n nfrom
from all side aid torrents poured down downTombstone downTombetone downTombstone
Tombstone Canyon and Brewery Gulch GulchFive GulchFive GulchFive
Five hundred fe feet t of railroad track was wasw waswalbed wassOhed
w walbed bed out at BUeo B and the th street car carline carUne carline
line suffered a similar aim liar toss All of the theSouthwestern theSeuUnveetern theSeuthwe
Southwestern Seuthwe ern tracks in the vicinity of ofDouglas orDou ofDouglas
Douglas Dou Benson and Btafcee are washed washedout washedout washedout
out outTerrible
outToMlbie Terrible ToMlbie rain storms washed away awa many manyhouse manyhouHa manyhouses
house in Brewery Br wer7 Gulch and down the thecanyon theenyon thecanyon
Thousands of Women Meet Meetin Meetin Meetill
in Hyde Park London LondonDR LondonDR LondonDR
II Hej I r C Qt9J q ojrip of Oinmi AVnjer4can J1c1Jl n u 1I1 3lnTcJllng 3lnTcJllngu Slnrchlnff SlnrchlnffUnder IarchIngUnder
Under u dcir Stars and Stripes Have lIncPl IIavcFlace IIavcFlaceof Place Placeof ce ceor
of Honor non HonorCarry orCarry Carry Banners Iiifcerluecl IiifcerlueclrVomen Ille InacilbetlWomen lbel lbelromen
< Women romen Vote in Utah Colorado ColoradoWyoming G lorntlo lorntlo3omlug lorttdoWyoming
Wyoming 3omlug and Idaho IdahoLondon le1alI0London IlalioLondon
London July Si IThere There w 9 1 gigantic giganticdemonstration giganticdemoMtrattOft gigantIcdemonatrat1og
demonstration by woman suffrage socle socletiee socleti societies
ties ti m London this u evening eveningTwo eveningTwo eveningTwe
Two groat prooeaions were organized organizedOne organizedOne organizedOne
One wa waa mobllizod ObfUzed in Holland Park and andthe andthe andthe
the other en n the Thames embankment embankmentThe embankmentThe embankmentThe
The processions proe8 8lonl marched to Hyde Park Parkwhere pakwhere Parkwhere
where from forty platforms noted women womenleaders womenleaders womenleaders
leaders o ot the suffragette su < < ra eU movement made madeaddrewes madeadd madeaddrem
addrewes addrewesTew add addrem addremTens
Tens of thousands of women the ma majority majorttj maJority ¬
jority of them Downed IOwnooin in white marched marchedunder marchedunder marchedunder
under the green purple and white ban banners banners banner ¬
ners ner of the came cameMrs caueMrs causeMrs
Mrs M Drummond astride a horse horsocommanded horsecommand8tl horsecommanded
commanded the t e Joint proseasion PIOte ton The Thewomen Thewomen Thewomen
women trampedto the music of forty
bands A feature of the procession was wasa wasa wasa
a body of 617 women who had suffered sufferedimnrtaonment surreredImnnonment sufferedimprienusnent
imnrtaonment for the cause causeLed causeLed causeLed
Led by Rev Rc Anna Shaw ShawRev SllnnRc ShawRev
Rev Rc l Dr > r Anna Jnna Shaw of New York Yorkcommanded Yorkcommanded Yorkcommanded
commanded a group of Americans who whomarched whomarcbed whomarched
marched under the Stars and Stripes StripesThis StrlpasTbls StripesThIs
This group had the place of honor among
the U e foreign delegations Among the theAmerican theAmerican theAmerican
American women In the parade were wereMiss wereM wereMI
Miss M MI Dorre of Chicago Mary FIske of ofDetroit ofDetroit ofDetroit
Detroit Mrs frs Chapin of Boston Mabel 1abel
Willard of Boston Miss Hart of Wel Wellosley Wellesley Wellcsley
lesley College ColiegcM1a Miss Inez Milholland of ofNew o oNew ofNew
New York Dr Martin of Stanford Uni University Unlh Universlt3 ¬
versity h and Alice Davis of New York
Four American gvomen vomen omen carried blue bluebanners bluebanners bluebanners
banners Inscribed Women vote vatein in Utah UtahColorado UtahColorado UtahColorado
Colorado Wyoming and Idaho IdahoDr IdahoDr IdahoDr
Dr Martin Martip Rev Anna Shaw and Miss MissHart MissHart MissHart
Hart of o Wellesly wore their academic academicrobes academicrobes academicrobes
robes It had bo been n announced that Mrs MrsO
0 H P Belmont would march side by byslflewlth byatlIewith bysIewIth
slflewlth Rev Anna Shaw but she was de ¬
tamed in Paris and was unable to join joinIn joInIn joinin
In the demonstration demonstrationDaring demonstrationDuring demonstrationDuring
During a halt in tho thafparadeInez fparadeInez paradernez parade Inez Mil Milholtand Milholland Mi Miholland
holland of New York said to your cor correspondent correspondent correspondent ¬
respondent respondentInfluence respondentInfiuence respondentInfluemice
Influence of C Canse CauceThis CanseThis ne neThis
This is the greatest move that the theEnglish theEnllsh theEnglish
English suffragist suttraglsta have made It proves provesthe proy proventhe < sS sSI
I the power and influence In uence ot ofn a cause which whichie whlahIs
Is now in practical politics and has hmf com compelled coITpal100 cornpellad ¬
pelled statesmen statos en to recognize it it it A Adem Ademonstrallon dem demonstration demonstration ¬
onstration like that of today Is bound to tobear tobear tobear
bear fruit In the United States where wherewomen wherewomen wherewomen
women are becoming powerful powort i factors In Inmunicipal Inmunicipal inmunicipal
municipal and national affairs affairsRev affairsRe affairsRev
Rev Re Anna Shaw
denounced to a arc arcporter re reporter reporter ¬
porter the hypocrisy h pocrI8 of English politi politicians poutJclns poliUclans ¬
clans She said Women can admire men menwho menwho nenwho
who resolutely resolutel and openly oppose our ourcause ourcause UL ULcause
cause We have nothing but contempt contemptfor contemptfor contemptfor
for those who privately say they are in infavor Infavor Infavor
favor but when w en it comes to oN a vote In InParliament inParliament
Parliament Parliament oppose a measure measurewhich which we wefavor wefavor wefavor
favor favorAt favorAt favorAt
At halfpast six the vast crowd In InHyde Inde inHyde
Hyde de Park was as silenced by a fanfare of ofbugles otbugle ofbugles
bugles A resolution r IUUon pledging undying undyingfidelity undyingfideu undyingfidelity
fidelity fideu J to th tM cause was moved from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the forty fortyplat platforms orms and was carried en enthusiastically enthusasllcnllj enthuslastlcally ¬
thusiastically thusiasticallyDeath thusasllcnlljDenOl thuslastlcallyDeath
Death from Pellagra PellagraHarrlsonburg PellagraHarrl5onburg PellagraHatrlsonburg
Harrlsonburg Va July J3 mThe The first firstcase firstcase firstcase
case of death from pellagra in this coun county county county ¬
ty occurred curred yesterday at Brocks Gap Gapwhen Gapwben Gapwhen
when EH Carr aged fiftysix died from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the disease H H4 < J leaves l leavesa ves a large family familypoo familyiOo
poo 300 to Gettysburg Getthur Pa and Return
July Jul 30 30Baltimore 30BaltImore 30Baltimore
Baltimore Ohio R R account N G
D C army maneuvers by special train
at 730 a m returning leave Gettysburg
615 61 p rat m same date A splendid oppor appor ¬
tunlty to visit Islt the guard in incamp incampDoOrs camp camp6th campDoors
Doors 14 luc 1nches ThIck l i0 OAple Apiece
Frank L 1bbey bbey Co 6th B NX K av ave aveI avei
= = > i i
m 7 76YEARS Y R OLD OLDSpends l lSpends
Spends Day with friend in inWestminster iuii fl flI flWestminster
Westminster WestminsterENJOYS WestminsterENJOYS V etminst r rENJOYS
Receives Many Messages of Con Congratiilation Congrlintlation Congraliilation
gratiilation and Greeting Gre GreingBorn ting tingDorn
Born in Baltimore He Received ReceivedEarly ReceivedEarl ReceivedEarly
Early Earl Education In Palilta Schoolof Schoolsof Schools Schoolsof
of Xevr ew Orleans OJleansVorJu Works in Grocery GroceryStore GroceryStore GroceryStore
Store to Aid Widowed Mother 3IotherOrdained JIotlerOrdaIned MotherOrdained
Ordained Priest at Age Ageof of Twenty Trrentyaeven TTFent TTFentlIeenUade TwentysevenMade
aeven lIeenUade Made Cardinal in 1887 1887Baltimore 1881Baltimore 1887a 1887Baltimore
Baltimore Md d July 23 23Seated Seated under underthe underthe underthe
the maples on the thebroad broad lawn of T THerbert THerbert THerbert
Herbert Shrlver at Westminster Car Cari Cardlnal Cardma
i dinal dma Archbishop Gibbons of this city cityhas cityhas cityhas
has been reading messages from all parts partso partsothe arts artso
o othe Jhe he country today wishing him con continued continued continued ¬
tinued life and Wealth in the high office officehe otllcche officehe
he has held for so many years Cardinal CardinalGibbons CardinalGibbons CardinalGibbons
Gibbons went to Westminster last night nightto nightto nightto
to remain over ov his birthday blrthdajhe he Is sev seventysix seventslx sevontysix ¬
entysix years 06r8 old today todaand and enjoy a alittle a alittle alittle
little needed rest restCardinal rostCardinal restCardinal
Cardinal Gibbons lain his usual health healthand healthand healthand
and is able to attend to the heavy duties dutiesof dutiesot dutiesof
of his ecclesiastical ecole taaUcal ofHcs om with occa occasional OQ oocaatonal a aslonal ¬
atonal periods op o short rest which he heusually heusually heusually
usually takes at Westminster at the thehouse thehouso thehouse
house of an old friend friendA trlendA frIendA
A Xative at1ve of Baltimore BaltimoreJames BnltimoreJam BaltimoreJames
James Jam s Cardinal Gibbons was born in inBaltimore InBaltmore inBaltimore
Baltimore July 3 aI 18W t and the greater greaterpart greaterpart Teater
part 1 > iirt of his life has been spent in that thatcity thatcity thatcity
city and although his ecclesiastic duties dutieshave dutieshave dutieshave
have claimed most of his hl time he has hasnevertheless hasnecrt hasnescrtieless
nevertheless necrt elofl closely clos ly identified himself himselfwith hlmsolwllh himselfwith
with lihe the Interests of the city and his hisInfluence hisIn hisinflUence
In Influence ence has been felt in every move movement mocment morement ¬
ment for civic b beUerm bttermqt tterm t His aim stmplloity slmpllolt aimplicity
plloity pllolt of manner his hl unaffeqted dignity dignityand dignityand dignityand
and kindliness has won for him the thelove theJove thelove
love and esteem of men and women In Inevery Ineery inevery
every walk of life without regard to their theirreligious theirreligious theirreligious
religious affiliations affiliationsHis atllllaUonsHis affiliationsHis
His parents pa nts Thomas and Mary Iary Gib Gibbons Glbbons Gibbons ¬
bons migrated from Ireland to the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States In 1S29 making their home homein homeIn homein
in the Monumental City CIt In 1S33 1S3 when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the cardinal was but two years ear8 old his hisparents hispareQts hisparents
parents returned to Ireland where the thefatnerMJgd thetathe thefatherJ
fatnerMJgd tathe fatherJ dl shortly after Remaining Re hilng In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the old ol oltonntry f buhtry but a a S Hpr li 4Iip t tthe ttipo ttipothe vaf r rthe
the death of her husband hes6a mi Mts Gibbon Gibbonrefiirncd GibbonS GibbonSrctfrned mbon mbonremlnod
refiirncd to the United UnitotIStaten States Stat bt moved movedto mov moVedto d dto
to New Orleans whore her son was was sent sentto sentto i ito
to the public schools and nd given bid hislt hlstr1 bidttrly
t ttrly rly r1 education educationBetween educationBetween educationBetween
Between the age of fifteen and seven seventeen seventeen seventeen ¬
teen the cardinal clerked in a grocery grocerystore grocerystore grocerystore
store but then he announced his inten intention intention intentiOfl ¬
tion ot studying studyln for the priesthood To Tothis Tothis Tothis
this end he went to St Charles College Collegeat Collegeat
at Ellicott City Md from which he was wasgraduated wasgraduated wasgraduated
graduated with Ith distinction distinctionOrdninfd distinctionOrdnin lstlnctlonOrdnlnf1
Ordninfd Ordnin tl to Priesthood PrleathoodHe
He then entered St Marys Seminary Seminaryin
in Baltimore and was ordained to the thepriesthood thepriesthood thepriesthood
priesthood at the cathedral there th re at the theage tle tleage theage
age of o twentyseven receiving his final finalorders 11nnlorders Analorders
orders on June 3ft ISM The ordination ordinationceremony ordinationceremOJ1y ordinationceremony
ceremony was performed by the late lateVery JateVery lateVery
Very Rev Re Archbishop Kendrlck and im immediately immediate Immediately ¬
mediately mediate the young priest was assigned assignedas
as assistant at St Patricks Church of ofBaltimore otBnltlmore ofBaltimore
Baltimore BaltimoreSubsequently BnltlmoreSubsOQuentty BaltimoreSubsequently
Subsequently he was transferred to St StBridgets St StBridgets StBridgets
Bridgets Church at Canton Md but butwithin butwithin butwithin
within a short shorttime hort time he was called upon uponby uponb uponby
by b Archbishop Archbl hop Spalging then the head headof hoodof heador
of the Catholic church fiurch In America to toact toact toact
act as his private secretary secretar and to also alsobe als alsbe alsobe
be the chancellor of the archdiocese of ofBaltimore ofBa1Umorc ofBaltimore
Baltimore In 1S66 he was made vlce vlcecouncellor vlcecouncellor vicecouncellor
councellor of the plenary council of the theCatholic theCatholic theCatholic
Catholic Church a rare distinction for forso forso forso
so young a prIest prieatOn prIestOn priestOn
On August 16 1S6S Father Gibbons was wasconsecrated wasconsecrated wasconsecrated
consecrated in the cathedral as bishop of ofAdramytum otAdramtum ofAdramytum
Adramytum in jxirtibus infldellum and andvicarapostolic andlearapostolic andvicarapostolic
vicarapostolic of North Carolina In Inthis Inthis Inthis
this diocese Bishop Gibbons presided for forfour fortour forfour
four years ears during which time he wrote wroteThe wroteThe wroteThe
The Faith of Our Fathers the book bookhaving bookhavIng bookhaving
having obtained a wide reputation as the themost themost themost
most popular work of Catholic author authorship authorship authorship ¬
ship ever written rltten In this country countryMade countryt1ade countryMade
Made Notable Success SUCCIIIIHis SuccessHIs SuccessHis
His work In North Carolina was not notable notnble ¬
able and without reflection upon his hispredecessor hispredecessor hispredecessor
predecessor It is but fair to say sa that the
work accomplished during his bishopric bishopricis
is unparalleled In the history of the theCatholic theCathollc theCatholic
Catholic Church In that State StateHe StateHe Statelie
He opened a a school In which h he him himself himself himself ¬
self taught establishing the Benedictine BenedictineOrder Bene51lcUneOrder BenedictineOrder
Order In the State and the Sisters of ofMercy otMer ofMercy
Mercy Mer In Wilmington ilmingfon erected a dozen dozenchurches dozenchurohes dozenchurches
churches ordained more than a a dozen dozenpriests dozenpriests dozenpriests
priests and received many converts convertsThrough convertsThrough convertsThrough
Through his liberal and considerate con conduct cond conduct ¬
duct d ct he won the admiration of the entire entirecommunity enUrocommunity entIrecommunity
community and Carolinians from the themountains themOUntains themountains
mountains to the sea were proud of oftheir oftheIr oftheir
their bishop bishopWhen bis bishopWhen op opVhen
When Bishop McGlll died in 1872 Bishop BishopGibbons BishopGibbons BishopGibbons
Gibbons was selected to fill the vacant vacantsee vacantsee vacantsee
see at Richmond Richmond Va and on October20 October20of Octobe 2o 2oof
of that year he ws s installed As In InNorth InNorth InNorth
North Carolina he at once set et to work workto workto workto
to improve Improve conditions and In five years yearshe 1earshe yearshe
he had accomplished aec mplshed wonders wond rs Within Withinthat Wlthlnthat Withinthat
that period he had erected erectyd five fivcchurches fivcchurchesfounded churches churchesfounded churchesfounded
founded and successfully placed In oper operation operation operatlon ¬
ation St Peters Catholic Male Academy AcademySt
St St Sophias Home for the Aged In Incharge incharge Incharge
charge of the Little Sisters of the Poor Poora Poor Poora
a parochial school for boys and girls at atPetersburg atpetersbtrg atIetersburg
Petersburg Va a school for girls at atPortsmouth atPortsmouth atPortsmouth
Portsmouth Va while St Josephs Or Orphan Orphan Orphan ¬
phan Asylum was enlarged and other otherinstitutions otherInstitutions otherinstitutions
institutions were Improved In all lI of ofhis othis ofhis
his work orlc the then BishoptGibbons shQwed showedgreat shQwedgreat shQwedgreat
great executive ability that attracted the theattention theattention theattention
attention of his superiors and when whenArchbishop whenArchbishop whenArchbishop
Archbishop James Roosevelt Bayley pf pfBaltimore pfBaltimore pfBaltimore
Baltimore found his health falling and andrequested andrequested nd ndrequested
requested of Rome a coadjutor he sug suggested sUggeste suggestec ¬
gested geste the name of Bishop Gibbons for forContinued torContlnued forContinued
Continued on Page IS Column 6 6o C2ao
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Pair of No No1 1 minds for forYrank 135 l lFrank
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C < i yrit rtt 1310 by Holmes i Bishop Biu op Baltimore BaltimoreJAMES Baltimo BaltimoJAMES BaltimoreAMES
Who ho was seventynix CTrutfJlx years Tnr old Jily iul July 23 3 and who celebrated the twentyfifth an anniversary uunheranry annicrsnry ¬
niversary of hU hL elevation to the cnrdlnnlate and the fiftieth anniversary of ofordination ofordination ofordination
ordination to the priesthood June Jupe 30 1910 1910r j
Couple Is Masquerading as asPreacher asPreacherand asPreacherand
Preacher Preacherand and His Son SonSTEWARD SonSTEWARD SonSTEWARD
Miss IIJII Le Jfcvc eveDr cve Drafted lUled in Smartly SmartlyCot SmarU SmarUO SmartlyCut
Cot O t Suit of Dark TweedGptaln TweedGptalnofShIp Tvreed eedGaltaln eedGaltalnqonm Captain CaptainTollce
ofShIp qonm Gonmnmnnicats u BJ With It1JFr French FrenchFolice nc
Tollce oUc and PIleT Sliey Xoilfy of otIfy fT Scotland Sco SotJandYard ScotlandYard Jand
Yard to Watch Out Outfor for the OonplA OonplALondon Ooup CoupWLondon
London L ndon July 34 3IThe The Havre cor correspondent correspondent ¬
respondent of the Weekly Dispatch Pl6p tch as asserts asserts asserts ¬
serts confidentially that Dr 4r r Crippen rlpPGn and andMiss andMise andMiss
Miss La Neve are on hoard 1Joard the Sar Sardinian SardInian Sardinian ¬
dinian dinianThe dInianThe dinianThe
The story stOI runs that two hours before beforethe beforethe beforethe
the steamer soiled lled I a a Rev Dr 1tObioSOll 1tObioSOlland Robinson Robinsonand tob1nsonand
and his son joined her The man was wasdressed wa wadressed wasdressed
dressed in clerical garb wore glasses glassesand gla glaand glassesand
and had a a short straggling beard but butno butno butno
no moustache Master Robinson was a awellgroom awellgroom awellgroom
wellgroom youth broadly proportioned proportionedand
and wore a smartly cut suit of dark darktweed dnrktweed darktweed
tweed tweedThe tweedThe tweedThe
The pair who had booked second class classpassage classpassage classpassage
passage provoked no comment until the theclergyman theclorgyman theclergyman
clergyman called a steward and gave gavehim garehim gavehim
him an order The steward noticed noUcedthat noUcedthatone that thatone thatono
one of the ministers eyebrows was hang hanging hanging hanging ¬
ing slightly sUght away from his forheed forheadwhereupon forheedwhereupon forheedwhereupon
whereupon he concluded It was false falseHe taweHe faleeHe
He scrutinized the pair more closely and andnoticed andnoHcad andnoticed
noticed tte tl boys peculiar figure figureCouple figureCoupe figureCouple
Couple Under Watch WatchHe WatcliHe VatchHe
He walked without the freedom usual usualto usualto usualto
to boyhood boyhO d The steward informed the thehead thehead thehead
head steward that he was certain Man Master M Mter MantorBobinaon ¬
ter torBobinaon Robinson Robln on was a a girl His suspicions suspicionswere suspicionswere suSpicionswere
were scouted but he received permission permissionto permL lon lonto
to keep the couple under close observa observation observatlon obserration ¬
tion Shortly after he was enabled to tosee tosee tosee
see the byo b o performing his toilet toiletThis t toiletThis llet lletThis
This clinched the matter and the cap captain captaIn captam ¬
tain tam was Informed that there were two twodisguised twodisguised twodisguised
disguised passengers on board Further Furtherwatching Furtherwatching Furtherwatching
watching and inquiry established the fact factto factto factto
to the satisfaction of the captain captain who whocommunicated who whocommunicated whocommunicated
communicated wirelessly 1relessl with the French Frenchpolice Frenchpolice Frenchpolice
police giving a detailed de Ued description of ofthe otthe ofthe
the pair and nd also als saying he believed believedthey be1tevedtbe believedthey
they tbe were ere Crippenand Crippen and Miss Le L Neve NeveThe NeveThe NeroThe
The French police notified noUfled Scotland ScotlandYard ScotlandYard ScotlandYard
Yard The description of Crippen states statesthat statesthat statesthat
that he Is wearing earlng a a full clerical cos costume c cOstuine s stume ¬
tume He has heavy brown eyebrows eyebrowsand eyebrowsand Uobrowsand
and a short sprouting spro tlng beard His upper upperlip up upperlip er erlip
lip Is clean shaven shavenThe shavenThe shavenThe
The woman disguised as aboy alo is of ofrdthef atr ofrather
rdthef r rather thet tsout build Her hair Is cut short shortShe shortSpe shortShe
She is very pale Her nose Is particu particularly partlcularly particularly ¬
larly broad broadGroat brondr broadGreat
Great r at rare are has ha been taken not no to cause causethe causethe causethe
the pair to suspect they have ha 0 been beenwatched beenwatched beenwatched
watched or that communications about aboutthem aboutthem aboutthem
them have been beeti sent to the police policeSTRENUOUS po policeSTRENUOUS l e eSTRENUOUS
Three Rgpnnllcnn ntPubUc Rpnblicnn n Congressional CongressionalCandidates OongreRlSionnlCnndldntes CongressionalCandidates
Candidates Meet Ieet In Same Town TownFrederick TownFrederick TownFrederick
Frederick Md July 23 23B B H Warner WarnerJr WarnerJr arnor arnorjr
Jr and Gist Blair of Montgomery Iontgomer Coun County County County ¬
ty and Alexander Hagner of o Washing Washington Washington Washington ¬
ton County Republican Congressional Congressionalcandidates Congressionalcandidates Congressionalcandidates
candidates to succeed succeedCol Col Pearre met in inFrederick InFrederick inFrederIck
Frederick this morning on a n strenuous strenuouscampaign strenuouscampaign strenuouscampaign
campaign tour tourMr tourMr tourMr
Mr Warner has been in the city sevV sevVeral se seeral ses sescml
eral days da s while hil Messrs Blair and Hag Hagner Hagner Hagner ¬
ner came last night the latter accom accompanied accompanted accompanted ¬
panted by A B Bingham tax collector collectorof
of Washington County The candidates candidatesconferred candidatesconferred candidatesconferred
conferred with party leaders and after afterspending at afterspending tel telspending
spending the morning In the city went wentto wentto wentto
to a picnic this afternoon at Yellow YellowSprings YellowSprIngs YellowSprings
Springs With the exception of Col ColPearre ColPiarre ColPearre
Pearre all the candidates have cam campaigned campaigned campaigned ¬
paigned this county which is the only onlycounty onlycounty onlycounty
county in the district dlsrlct without a home homecandidate homecandidate bornecandidate
candidate candidateThere candidateThere candidateThere
There are branch offices of Tho Wash Washington WashIngton Washington ¬
ington Herald scattered scatteted all over the city citybut citybut citybut
but if none none Is conveniently conenl ntly located for foryou toryou foryou
you your ad will wUlbe be accepted over tho thophone thophone thephone
phone at the regular rate ratePretty ratePretty ratesPrettj
Pretty Mantels 1IIaatetror for S300 1800 8od ApIece Apieceraxik
Irank raxik Libbey Co Cth th N Y ave aveh ave
STIRS ALL mm mmEeligious Et EGLADReligious GLAND GLANDReligious
Religious Lines Are Sharply SharplyBrawn SbarplyDrawn SharplyDrawn
Drawn Politicians Dpset DpsetAVAIANCHE OpsetA Upet4vATANCBE
Words ords Binding 1Undin King Iug to tt Slemlier Slemlieraliip Member Membership UemUerhlp t
ship hlp in the Protestant Reformedplin ftetorn Reformed fleformnedaly eil
9 plin yywiM ch nsliy a aly Law j fy Established Es a l1sl d dJ in inyywiM 1nBngland
i England1 Meet Strong Opposition Oppositionin Op OppOsitioin IiUlon IiUlonIn
in the House of Commons CommonsLondon CommonLoaden CommonsLondon
London July S3 lThe a The T e government Is ob obvfcnwty obvtoueI7 obvtousy
vfcnwty between the devil and sail the deep deepsea dee deeR deepma
sea R ov ewer r the wording W rdlng of the Uta new royal royaldeclaration royalnLUoft royaldeclaration
declaration nLUoft oath e tb the bit lull amending amendln which whichcomes whlcbeoIIMIS whichcomes
comes up on its second reading next nextweek nextweek nextweek
week The clerk of the House Hottseof of C Cn Cnmoos Bu Bunions n nmons ¬
moos has been overwhelmed wljli an ava avalanche avalaBcbc am amlanche ¬
lanche of amendments to Jh 3ie bill from fromall fromall fromall
all quarters and It is probable that party partylines part1Une partylines
lines Une will m bo b broken on the bill much as asin asIn asin
in the case of the woman suffrage bill billThe billThe billThe
The kingdom is deeply deepl stirred over the thequestion thequestion thequestion
question and the agitation is being ac accepted accepted accepted ¬
cepted as proof of the fact that reUglouBU8Ceptlblll religioussusceptIbIlItIes religious religioussusceptibilities
susceptibilities BU8Ceptlblll ties are not dormant any an anywhere anywherePoliticians where wherePoliticians wberePoliticians
Politicians do not believe that tho gov government go gornmenl government ¬
ernment can count upon carrying the thewords thew0rd8 thewords
words which bind the King to t member membership membership membership ¬
ship in the Protestant Reformed Church Churchas
as by law established in England EnglandWill EnglandVlIl Englandvtil
Will Repudiate Formula FormulaThe FormulnThe FormulaThe
The English nonconformists pnd And high highchurchmen highchunhmen highchurchmen
churchmen probably will Join In repudiat repudiating repudIatIng ropudiating ¬
ing this thl formula while the Scotch and andUlster ahdUlster an anUlster
Ulster members will be drlveivto support supportthe supportthe supportthe
the opposition Despite the virulence of ofthe afI ofthe
I the opposition opp sltlon Premier Asquith is report reported reporti reported ¬
i ed to be determined not to accept any anyamendment anyi anyamendment
i amendment to the governments bill and andIntends andntends
iJnten Intends s to t jam it through the Commons Commonsvithout Commonswithout Commonswithout
without considering any change changeIt
It is interesting to know the religious religiousconvictions religiousconvictions religIousconvictions
convictions of the chief supporters of the thegovernment theernment thegovernment
government ernment bill Prime Minister Asquith AsquithIs
Is a Congregationalist Mr M Birrell the thechief thechief
I Ichle chief chle secretary for Ireland Is a 8 Baptist BaptistMr BaptistMr BaptistMr
Mr Runciman the president of the board boardof boardof boardof
of education is a Methodist Methodist while whlleSllc whlleSllcltor She SHcItor SheItor
Itor General Isaacs Isaac is a Jew JewEverybody JewEverybod JewEverybody
Everybody concedes that there will 111 be bea bea bea
a a stormy time in n the Commons when the thegovernment thegovernment thegovernment
government attempts to jam the bill billthrough blllthrough billthrough
through all alistages stages in a couple of days In InBorder Inorder inprdor
Border to reach the House of Lords and andreceive andreeele andreceive
receive the royal roya assent a sent before betor adjourn adjournment adjournmente adjournmeat ¬
meat which is booked for early In Au August AuSUIt August ¬
American Financier Propose to toFloat too toFloat
Float Government Loan LoanNew LoanNew LoanNew
New Orleans July 23 23A A cablegram cablegramfrom cablegramtrom cablegramfrom
from Guatemala Guatemala City announces that thatthe thattho thatthe
the national assembly of Guatemala Gunttmala Is isrnow 15 15now Isnow
now considering the proposition of Amer American AmerIcan American ¬
ican financiers to float no at a new ne national nationalloan nationallonn nationalloani
loan loani which will enable the republic to toplace toplace toplace
place herself on a good gOid go basis and retire retirethe retirethe retirethe
the paper currency currenc now at the enormous enormousdiscount enormousdiscount enormousdiscount
discount of 1 to 1 1There 1There 1There
There are three propositions before the theassembly theassembly theassembly
assembly all from New York from the thebanking thebanking thebanking
banking houses respectively respectfvel of afsYoung sYoung sYoungot Young Youngof Youngof
of Seligman and of Minor C Keith KeithThe Keith KeithThe KeithThe
The Young proposition is regarded as asthe asthe asthe
the most favorable as It offers to take taliethe takethe t 1e 1ethe
the bonds at less discount than either of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the other two and demands less leasinterest leasinterestHe Interest InterestHe interestHe
He suggests that the chief justice of the theSupreme theSupreme theSupreme
Supreme Court of the United States S tes be benamed benamed benamed
named as arbitrator arbitratorThe arbitratorTbe arbitratorThe
The proposition propQsltl n although inthe name nameof nameof nameof
of Young Is believed to be that of J 3 P PMorgan PMorgan pMorgan
Morgan Co which firm sent repre representatives repreRentntlves representatives ¬
sentatives to Guatemala to investigate investigatethe
the financial condition condltl n of o t that country countryJnpan coUntryJapan countryJapan
Japan to Stop Foreigners ForeignersTokyo ForelgnersTolco ForeignersTokyo
Tokyo July 23 23Ja 23Japan Japan an Is contemplating contemplatingabolishing contemplatingabolishing contemplatingabolishing
abolishing the present right of a steamships steamshipsnot steamshlpnot
not flying the Japanese flag to engage In Inthe Inthe inthe
the coastwise transportation of freight freightand trelghtand freightand
and passengers This will prevent for foreigners forelgnersrcm foreigners ¬
eigners elgnersrcm from doing business between Ja Japans Jrlpans Japans ¬
pans chief chl t ports like Yokohama Kobe KobeNagasaki KobeNagasaki KobeNagasaki
Nagasaki and an Hakodate HakodateMoldings Hak TakdateMeltU < 1ate 1ateMol
Moldings Mol MeltU lJu gs No N 1 for or 1 Cearit ce It Foot
FrankLibbey Co 6th N Y L ave ave1 ve
4 4President
President Glad to Rest inSenator in inSenator inSenator
Senator Halos H les Home HomeTWO HomeTWO HOineTWO
TWO SPEECHES IN A AjY AjYTownspeople DAY DAYTownspeople DAYTownsleonle
Townspeople Sl ShjlkeHis Slike ikc His Hands HandsWhile Hands1Yhile handsWhile
While He Stands San s in Bain BainImmediately BainImmediately RainImmediately
Immediately After Address and Re Reception Reception Receptiomi ¬
ception at Ellsworth 3Ic Await Avraiting Awaiting WiU WiUInG
ing Auto Takes Chief Executive to toBig toDig toBig
Big Chair Where V lcre He Rests Com Comfortably ComfortablyStatePolttfclnna CoinfortablyState ¬
fortably fortablyStatePolttfclnna fortablyState State Politicians Greet GreetHim GreetHim GreetHim
Him at Bangor and He Talks TalksN TalksEllsworth TnlksEl1swor TalksEllsworth
Ellsworth El1swor h Me July 28 IPrestdent President Taft Taftis Taftis Taftis
is stopping at the home of Senator Eu Eugene Eugene Eugene ¬
gene Hale tonight the first time he hehas beI hehas
has stayed ashore since he left Beverly BeverlyMr Beve BeverlyMr rJy rJyMr
I Mr Taft Is suffering 8 good deal from a astrained a astrained astrained
strained right ankle ankleThe ankleI ankleDie
I The ankle turned under him while he hewas hewas hewas
was climbing the step that leads up7 ur to tothe tothe tothe
the second green of o the Kelso > Valley ValleyClubs ValleyClubs ValleyClubs
Clubs golf gol course at Bar Harbor The Theankle Theankle Theankle
ankle didnt bother the President enough enoughthen enoughthen enoughthen
then to stop the game but later when whenhe whenhe whenhe
he stood up for ten or fifteen miiwrtesta miiwrtestaaddress ietcsta ietcstaaddress G Gaddress
address the Bar HarborttWs Harnorttt Harborit It rf began to tohurt toI tohurt
I hurt hurtLast hurtLast hurtLast
Last night Surgeon Grayson of atMa111owerp the theMayflower theMayflower
Mayflower bandaged the ankle kJe kJefound He Hefound Hefound
found nothing at all serious but butPresident the thePresident thePresident
President found It mighty UBOOmtortabia UBOOmtortabiatoday mtorta mtortataday mfostatoday
today He could Justget ju get on his shoe shoeand shoeand shoeand
and as his two scheduled speeches called calledfor caUeqfor calledfor
for some standing and a bit of pedestrian pedestrianism pedestrianIsm pedestrianism
ism he was glad tonight to get to the theHale theHale theHale
Hale home and sink into a big easy easychair oozychair easychair
Foot Pains President PresidentAt
At times today twinges twlng of pain paincrossed paincrossed paincrossed
crossed the Presidents otherwise happy happyand happyand happyand
and healthy face and he limped around arxrondthe atoundthe aroundthe
the oorrldors of the Bangor House H8Usewhere H8Usewherehe where wherehe
he made an address like a boy with a astone a astone astone
stone bruise bruiseSenator bruiseSenator bruiseSenator
Senator Hales townspeople townSpqotJl here didnt didntknow didntknov didntknow
know anything about the PrtBldants in injury tnjury injury ¬
jury so oth they y crowded up to him in Han Kancock Hancock Hancock
cock HaH where he made his second secondaddress aQeondaddress secondaddress
address of the theda tholday day and hundreds shook shookhis shookhis shookhis
his hand while hest h heatod steod od In some SOUle e pain painThe painl11 painThe
The l11 minute the th Ellsworth sptftcfe SIN and andreception andT andTeception
reception T Ception were over olerJila ove4ge jJie waiting watti g auto automobl1e automobile
1 mobile took the Presraeat Pr Sft e at to the big bigchair b bchair bigchair
chair and this evening 6e lRg he was was reported reportedas r roorted roortedas X > rted rtedas
as resting comfortably comfortablyThere aomfortaqlyThore comfertalilyThere
There is hardly hardl AllY probability that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the ankle will Interfere la the slightest slightestdegree slightestdegree slightestdegree
degree with the rest of 0 the trip Be Beginning Beginning Beginning ¬
ginning tomorrow afternoon Ute Presi President President President
dent will have havemore more than sixty hours of ofcomplete afcomplete ofcomplete
complete rest on the Mayflower a ower and andthat andthat andthat
that Is all the ankle needs HIs weight weighthas weighthas weighthas
has made It more painful to walk with witha withlabad
labad a bad ankle anklsTake ankleTnke anklaTake
Take Special Train TrainTo TrainTo TrainTo
To make his first speech at Bangor the thePresident thePresident thePresident
President and the Mayflower party teak a aspecial a aspecial aspecial
special train from the Mount Desert De ert fer ferry tern ferry ¬
ry At this town Mrs Mrs1 Irs Taf Tattand tand the oth others others othems ¬
ers were dropped and the President and andsome andsame andsome
some Maine politicians went on into the thecity thecity thecity
city Gov Go FernaW F rnald nald exGov Cobb Rep Representative Representative Representative ¬
resentative Burleigh and Byron Boyd Boydchairman Boyechairman Boydchairman
chairman of the Republican State com committee commlttee cornnulttee ¬
mittee were were there thereAfter thereACter thereAfter
After a a motor ride through Bangor on onwhich onwhich onwhich
which the President shook hands with the thewidow thewidow thewidow
widow of Hannibal Hamlin he addressed addressedseveral addrassedseveral addressedseveral
several thousand persons from a balcony balconyof
of the Bangor HoteL He spoke mostly of ofMaine ofMaine ofMaine
Maine and of her greatness but at the theclose th thclose theclose
close suggested that abandoned farms of ofNew orNew ofNew
New England England may yet et be made profitable profitableAs
As I came from Mount Desert Ferry Ferrythis FerrYthis Ferrythis
this morning and looked out of the win windows wlndow wind ¬
dows dow d w of the car in which I rode to he said saida
a a thought or two came to me with ref reference reference reference ¬
erence to these elder Eastern States The Thequestion Thequestion Thequestion
question has been mooted as to what your yourfuture yourfuture yourfuture
future is Have you attained all the theprosperity theprosperity theprosperIty
prosperity possible here hereCertainly hereCertalnly hereCertainly
Certainly you all look hap happy and un under under untIer ¬
der the Constitution the chief right is isthe Isthe Isthe
the pursuit of happiness It seems to me meContinued meContlnuetl meContinued
North ortl1 Carolina County Co nty Convention ConventionRenomlnateii ConventionRenomInates ConventionRenoniinates
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Sptdal to o The Trashingtoa Wwi gtca Herald HeraldSpencer HeraldSpencer
Spencer N C July 23 23A A big Repub Republican Republican Republican ¬
lican rally and county count convention was washold washeld washold
hold at Albemarle Stanley Stanle County to today toda today ¬
day da The speakers were Representatives RepresentativesRalph Repre RepresentativesReIph onlaUes onlaUesRalph
Ralph Coles of the th Eighth Ohio district districtand districtnd districtand
and nd Charles H Cowles of the Eighth EighthNorth Eighth EighthNarth EighthNorth
North Carolina ro1t roltha Ja district districtBoth districtBoth districtBoth
Both legislators made rousing ro slng speeches speechesfor spenchestor speechesfor
for their party and were heard by a alarge alnrge alarge
large crowd The old county Republican Republicanticket Republicanticket Republicanticket
ticket was renominated by acclamation acclamationThe acclamationThe acclamationThe
The administration of Representative RepresentativeCharles RepresentativeCharles RepresentativeCharles
Charles H Cowles was wa Indorsed and the thecounty thecounty thecounty
county pledged solid support this fall fallRepresentative fallRepresentathre fallRepresentative
Representative John M r Morehead wasthe wasthe was wasthe
the choice of tho delegates to the State Stateconvention Stateconvention Stateconvention
convention for the State chairmanship chairmanshipof
of the Republican party The Republi Republicans Republlcans Republicans ¬
cans predict big gains this year yearGIEL yearGIRL cu cuGIRL
Mother Fdids Ft ds Her lIer He Peeping frbm Be Behind Behintl Bebind ¬
hind Doorway Doorwn Curtains CurtainsIndianapolis CurtnlnsIndlanapoll CurtainsIndlanapoII
Indianapolis July 23 23Seelng Seeing her daugh daughter daughter daughter ¬
ter standing as she thought with her herhead hethead herhead
head peeping out behind the curtains In Ina ina ina
a doorway Mrs Sarah Bogardus spoke spoketo spoketo spoketo
to her asking why she stood as she did didThe didThe didThe
The daughter didnt reply and Mrs MrsBbgafdus MrsBbgazdus MrsB
Bbgafdus B gaidus spoke again not realizing un until until In Intl ¬
til the curtains had been swept asid asidthat asid asidthat azdethat
that her daughter was dead deadShe deadShe deadShe
She had hanged herself A cord sus suspended suspendecJ suspended ¬
pended from the transom held the body bodyIn bodyin bodyIn
In 1such such a manner manI7cr that the face t c had hadprotruded hadprotruded hadprotruded
protruded from behind the curtains the thebody thebody thebody
body remaining invisible The girl was wasin wasin wasin
in poor health and despondent despondentt2i
125 to to Baltimore Dnltf Balthn l rennd re and Return ReturnToday Returnoday Returnroay
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