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I t = b ibint tib t tJi be iheutcd an tile atrfelS tr > eU painted on a aboard
morrow lioht light to fresh east easterly ¬ U tn on tnt iui board and nailed to a post postGr or printed Jn Jna
I erly winds t 9 t cNUMBER a advertiser advertiserNUMBER = covnc newspaper the e one TUr roost Utter tttr wed m mclium by Uum successful successfuladvertiser suCCCS3 is ul ulNUMBER of ofcovnc oferly
Two Experts Now Going GoingOveu GO GoingOver l1g l1gOver
Over the Books BooksFARM BooksFARM BooksFARM
Real Estate Discovered at Manassas ManassasTwo IIanassasTwo ManassasTwo
Two Hundred Acres Valued Valuedat Valuedat Valuedat
at 1000 1000At 1000At x000At
At the request of the District Commis Commissioners Commissioners Cominissloners ¬
sioners Mr 1r Taylor acting Secretary of ofthe orth oftw
the th tw Treasury Treasur sent two employes of his hisdepartment hisdrpartment hisdcpartmont
department to the District Building BuUdln to toinvestigate toImtstlsatc tofnrestlgatc
investigate tho accounts of District DistrictAuditor DI8trictAu DistrictAuditor
Auditor Au ltor Pettys office officeX officeX omceN
X W Ambroue of the office of the theComptroller theomptroJer theComptroller
Comptroller of the Treasury Treasur and J L LChaa Lnaa J JChase
Chase naa < of the ofllce of the Auditor for fortho Corthe forthe
the State and othor departments re reported reporttd reported ¬
ported at the District Building this thismorning thismorning thismorning
morning and were Introduced to Com Commissioners Commissioners Coinmhsionors ¬
missioners West and Diddle who whohave whohae whohave
have supervision of the auditing audltln The Thetwo Thctvo Thetwo
two exports began their work without withoutdelay wlthoutdela withoutdelay
delay dela They will first investigate the theaccounts thenccounts theaccounts
accounts of J M I A Watson Jr the de defaulting defaulting defaulting ¬
faulting clerk clerkIndependent clerkIndependent clerkIndependent
Independent Accbuntirg Acc untig Wantedr WantedThe Wanted WantedTho
r Tho Commissioners desire an account accounting accounttng accountlag ¬
lag Independent of the one which Auditor AuditorPetty AuditorPetty AuditorPetty
Petty will make in his report to the thtboard tb tbboard theboard
board Mr lr Macfarland acting for the tUeentire ti1 ti1entlro theentire
entire bOard b nrd called upon Mr Ir Taylor at atthe atthe atthe
the Treasury Department who consulted consultedthe consultedthe consultedthe
the Comptroller for tho Treasury Troasur and the theAuditor theAUditor theAUditor
Auditor of the State Department These Theseagreed Theseagreed Theseagreed
agreed that Mr Ir Macfarlands request requestshould requestE requestaiould
should E uld be granted grantedMr grantedMr grantedMr
Mr Macfarland said that this seemed seemedto
to thA Commissioners to be a case of ofnecessity ornecessity ofnecessity
necessity which would warrant the thegranting thegranting thegranting
granting of the request as s a matter of ofcomity oComlty ofcomlty
comity and courtesy so that the Com Commissioners Commissioners Cornnflsslonera ¬
missioners might have an independent independentofficial Indppende1tomolal Independentofficial
official report which they could use as asbasis asn asa
n a basis for action In improving condi conditions conditions conditions ¬
tions and which also they the could sub submit submit submit ¬
mit to Congress If desired desiredTreasury desiredTreasury desiredTreasury
Treasury to Take Account AccountActing AccountActing AccountActing
Acting Secretary Taylor also advised advisedthe adlsedthe advisedthe
the Commissioners this morning that thatEllis thatE1l1s thatEllis
Ellis H Roberts Treasurer of the theUnited thetnited
United States has oonsented to take takecharge takecharge takecharge
charge of the District whole cost costfunds costfunds costfunds
funds and care for them through his hisoffice hisoffice hisoffice
office in the tho name ot a disbursing offi officer offir omcer ¬
cer r of the District of Columbia The TheCollector TheCoIlector TheCollector
Collector of Taxes will be permitted to todeposit tot todeposit
deposit t > poslt the whole whoiecost cost funds direct directto directto directto
to the credit of his account to be dis disbursed disbursed dinbursed ¬
bursed on the checks of the disbursing disbursingofficer disbursingofficer disbursingoffleer
officer The Commissioners will wni wU con confer conter confer ¬
fer with the Treasurer of the United UnitedStates UnitedStatts UnitedStates
States concerning this matter matterCorporation matterCorporation matterCorporation
Corporation Counsel A B Duvall re returned returned roturned ¬
turned this morning from Manaasas Manaasaswhere Manassaswhere I naasa naasahero
where hero he seized a farm belong to J M MA MA Mp
p A Watson jr the defaulting District Districtclerk Districtclerk Districtclerk
clerk The farm Is located near Occo Occoquan Occoquan Occoquan
quan and consists of 200 acres It was wasI waslousht waslought
I lousht ought in February and is mortgaged mortgagedfor
for a small sum The property is esti estimated osUmated ostimated ¬
mated to be worth flGO flGOEYEM 1GO lCiot lCiotSEVEN
No American Name ame Appears on onthe onthe onthe
the List ListROME ListROME ListROME
ROME June Tu e 22 22The The longdeferred longdeferredsecret longdeforredscret longdeterredsecret
secret consistory con l Lory was hold this morn morning morning mornlog ¬
ing in the thoVatIcan Vatican It lasted only onlyabout onlyat onlyaout
about at > out half an hour owing to the health healthof healthor healthof
of the Pope who ho appeared much muchfatigued muchfatigued muchfatigued
fatigued when carried back to his hisapartments hisapartments hisapartments
apartments apartmentsThe apartmentsThe apartmentsThe
The Pope was carried into int the hall hallof ballof aIl aIlor
of the consistory in a Sedan chair chairAfter ohairArter chairAfter
After delivering his address and an anounciag sriounring n noun
ounciag oun lnc the names of thoso chosen cbosonfor choBontor chosenfor
for high honors his hi holiness adjourn adjourned ¬
ed 1 the mooting mcoUne to the throne room roomwhere roomheore roomwhere
where heore in tho presence of the papal papalcourt papalcourt papalcourt
court the now no cardinals archbishops archbishopsand archbishopsand
and bishops now In JnRoma Homo kissed k scd the theprelates theprelates th thprelates
prelates foot and received his bless blessing bloaslng blesslag ¬
lag ingNo
No American name appears in the thelist theU theltst
list U t of nowlycreatod cardinals The Thenames Thenam Thenames
names nam s of those tho e on whom the rod rod hat hatis hatIs
is bestowed follow followArchbishop f followArchbishop lIow lIowArchbishop
Archbishop Herrero y Esplnosa of ofValencia orValencia ofValencia
Valencia Nuncio Alati of Lisbon LisbonArchbishop LisboDArchblbop LisbonArchbishop
Archbishop Fischer of Cologne Nun Nuncio Nundo Nsndo ¬
cio do Taliano of Vloaaa ArchbishopKataclithator Archbishop ArchbishopKatschthator ArahblshopKatachthator
Katschthator of Salzburg Iktl tlzburg burb Mgr M No Nocella Xocella Nocelia
cella secretary 8ecrota of 0 tbo consistorial con congregation congrcgatlon congregation ¬
gregation and Mgr I Cavleehioni secre secretary spcrctAr secretary ¬
tary tAr of tho congregation of councilV councilWEATHERREPORT council councilWEATHER
There will be showers tonight in the
Ohio valley vall lowor lake region the mid
dip Atlantic States SLah and the South con continuing eOIlUnulnC conturning ¬
turning tomorrow tomorro1a la the east t Gull tho thoSouth thoSouth theSmith
South sad middle Atlantic States and andthe andth andthe
the th eastern portion of the lowor lakr lakrregion hskrregion lskrregion
region Temperatures will change but butlittle but11ftl butlittle
little 11ftl
9 PLm PLm12m a m tII
12 12m 12mlpm m 7 7t
1 lpm p m 70 70TKS iGTlili
Sun tots today 740 p rn rnSun raSun n nSun
Sun rises tomorrow tomorr tonierrow428 W 423 a m mTU mTUJE inTWE
High tide tody 121 pm pmHigh p m mHI inHigh
High HI h tide tomorrow tomrrow6I tozn rrow54i 5 40 a am m G12 G1 pm pmLovr p pmLow m mLow
Low tide tldetomorrot tomorrow 1220 p m rr
Three Italian Suspects Held Heldin Heldin Heldin
in New York YorkAN YorkAN I IAr
Detectives Working on the Case Re Refuse Refuse Refuse ¬
fuse to Divulge Its ItsContents ItsContents ItsContents
Contents ContentsNEW ContentsNEW ContentsNEW
NEW YORKj YOp June 22 22lnspeotor Inspector Mc McClusky McClusk McClusky
Clusky Clusk head of the detective dete Ue bureau bureaubelieves bureaubellaes bureaubelieves
believes that hat at last a clue has beon beonfound beonfound beenfound
found to the men who were responsible responsiblefor
for the placing of the dynamite bomb bombon bombon bombon
on the Cunard Line dock some weeks weeksago weeksa weeksAt weeksago
ago a
agoAt At At the request of Detective Sergeants SergeantsBurnett Srgeants SrgeantsBurnett SergeantsBurnett a
Burnett and Livingston two Italians ItaliansJoseph ItaliansJcsph ItaliansJcseph
Joseph SIgnora and George Bruno of ofWest orWest ofWest
West Hoboken wore remanded back to tothe tothe tothe
the Tombs prison at the close of an ex examination etamlnttlon cxarnination ¬
amination off a charge of highway rob robbery robbor robbOrl ¬
bery bor todar todarThese toda todaThes todaThese
These Thes two men men in company with Jo Joseph Joseph Joseph ¬
seph Bartolero Bartol ro of 123 33 Charles Chnr es Street StreetJersey StreetJersey StreetJersey
Jersey City C1t and John Signora of West WestHobolion WestHobooii est estHoboou
Hobolion had been arrested charged chargedwith chargewith chargedwith
with robbing robhln A Bortillna an Italian Italianbanker Itnllanbanlcer Italianbanker
banker of 322 32 John Street Elizabeth ElizabethX
X J of GOOO on June 9 while the lat latter Inttcr hitter ¬
ter was as passing through a hallway at 35 35Broadway 35riroada 35Broadway
Broadway riroada this city Bartolcro was held heldon hd1don hdldon
on the robbery ro hcry charge charge but the three threeother throoolher threeother
other men could not be identified identifiedAs
As the magistrate was about to dis discharge discharge dtscharge ¬
charge them the detectives asked that thatSignora thatSignora thatSignora
Signora and Bruno be remanded They Theyexplained Theyoxp1alned Theyexplained
explained that an oJ n one of the th men when whenarrested whenarrcsted whenarrested
arrested was found a loaded revolver revolverand reolerand revolverand
and a letter which 1hl h related reI a ted to the placing placingof
of the internal machine on the th Cunard Cunarddock Cunarddade Cunarddock
dock consigned to the steamer UmbrIa UmbrlaTho UmbrIaTho UmbriaThe
Tho dcteclivea declined to say on onwhich onwhich onwhich
which Italian the letter was found or to tomake tomnke tomake
make mnke public its ft contents They did say sayhowever flayhowecr sayhowever
however that a force of central office officemen officomen ofilcoInca
men was working on the case and that thatIt thatIt thatIt
It was Important that the men be held
Meeting Between Leaders of the HargisCockrill Feud F id Fac Factions F Factions ac actions ¬
tions Is Narrowly Averted A AvertedA rted A Special Spcci 1 Term Termi T Termof erm
i I > of ofCo Court ri Probable P b be 1
JACKSON Ky June 22 22Jackson Jackson WES WESquiet wcsquiet wasquiet
quiet yesterday Colonel Williams has hasarrived haaarrled hasarrived
arrived and today the camp will be bechanged bechanged bechanged
changed to some point In tho center ct cfthe ctthe Ctthe
the town townThe town townThe townThe
The provost guard has been discon discontinued discontinued discontinuod ¬
tinued and three officers each in charge chargeof c1argo c1argoof
of a detail making a total of about 300 300men iOOmen 00 00men
men will be on constant duty policing policingthe p01lclnetbe policingthe
i the town and furnishing a guard for or the thevarious theTarIoul thevarious
various witnesses and other persons personswhose personswhlse personswhose
whose lives are believed to be in danger dangerJudge dans dangerJudge r rJudge
Judge James Hargls returned from fromLexington fremLexington fromLexington
Lexington yesterday and was mot by byhis b bhis byhis
his brother Alexander Hargis The Thebrothers Thebrothers Thebrothers
brothers held a consultation and both bothappeared brthappeared bcthappeared
appeared to be worried Mrs Irs Hagln Haglnmother Haginmothor Ilagiamother
mother of Jctt has gone home She Shewill thewill he hewUJ
will go to Lexington about the middle middleof middleor middleof
of the week to see Jett Jettmm JettCUNARD JetLEIIIJMARIII
Business Better Than Before B fore the theTrust theTrust theTrust
LIVERPOOL June 22 2Cunarll Cunard Line Lineofficials llnenmtIRIs Lineofflcialg
officials today todo authorized the following followingstatement fol1owlngstat followingstatement
statement stat < mcnt relative to their withdrawal withdrawalfrom wlthdraw1from withdrawilfrom
from the th North Atlantic conference conferenceOur conrerenceOur conferenceOur
Our action in dissolving the th rate ratecompact rateempnct ratecompact
compact does not mean that we intend intendImaiedlatrlj Int9ndImmldlddy intendimmediattly
Imaiedlatrlj to cut prices We e are arC con content contont eontent ¬
tent with the present condition of af affairs afialrs atfairs ¬
fairs The Tb < Morgan orKan trust instead of ofhurting orhurting ofhurting
hurting has benefited us Our business businessis
is better now than before the shipping shippingcombine shlpplncombine shippincombine
combine was IS formed formedStill rormedsun formedStill
Still our plans for the future ture are areunsettled areunMttIed areunsettled
unsettled It may be necessary 19 t en engage cngtC cagage ¬
gage In a rate war We e now have a afret aCrl afres
fret Crl band and are prepared to Rive bet better bettc better ¬
ter tc ratos ratos on this thl account If necessary necessaryWo necesar necesardo necessaryWe
Wo do not fear the outcome of any war warfor wartor waror
for or the Cunard board will remain Brit British DrllIh Lintani ¬
ish and as a final result the govern government goernnwnt governmerit ¬
merit would probably Intervene Int < rvene In the thecombat thecombat thecombat
combat combatA combatA combatA
Russian Rusai 1n Holy Synod Takes Hand in inPropaganda inPropaganda inPropaganda
Propaganda Against Jews JewsBERLIN Jew3D2RLI JewsBEIRLIN
BERLIN June 22 2The The Tngeblatt to today toda7 today ¬
day reports that the Russian Holy Hol Synoi Synoiis S Sitotis lIooi lIooiIs
is taking takln a hand in the propaganda propagandaagainst proagonllnagainst propagnnlaagainst
against the Jews in the Czars Czars domain domainThat domo1lJ1That domimThat
That bod body the paper says 8as has forbid forbidden torhlrlden forbidden ¬
den priests to baptize Jews unless unltI they theycan theycan theycan
can produce a police license permitting permittingthorn permlttlncthom permittingthorn
thorn to change their religion The Themeasure ThemeaMJro Themeasure
measure is intended to stop the adoption adoptionof
of Christianity Chrltlanlt by the Jews who may maythus nmythus maythus
thus escape legal disabilities
Ili1nlO Immoral al Conduct Charged ChargedAgainst QhargeclAgaIllst hargecl hargeclAgainst
Against D H McMillan lIc McMllanSUCCEEDED llan llanSUCCEEDED
President Acts Promptly Secretary SecretaryRoot cretary cretaryRoot < Y YRoot
Root Interfered in Interest Interes Interesk of ofNew ofNew ofIIcw
New Mexico Jurist JuristThe JuristThe JuristThe
The President upon recommendation recommendationof
of Attorney Attorne Gonoral Knox In > x this morning morningsigned m mnlng mnlngsigned nln nlnsigned
signed an order summarily dlsmbslng dlsmbslngJudge dlsm dIsmsingJudge slng slngJudge
Judge Daniel H McMillan as asdciatc asdciatcJustice assctlntcjustice assclatcjustice
Justice of the supremo court of ofMexico pCev pCevMexico ew ewIoxlco
Mexico MexicoAt MexicoAttlie IoxlcoAt
At Attlie the same time the appointment of ofClement orClement ofClement
Clement H Smith of Hastings Mlfch Mlfchas l1J MIth MIthas h has
as successor to Judge Juc1geMcltlIan McMillan was wasnounced An Announced n nnounced ¬ I
Charges Preferred PreferredLast PreferredI PreferredLat
I Last October charges of immoral cda cdaduct cdnI cui cuiduct
duct were preferred against the Nw NwMexican Nt NtMexican NwMexican
I Mexican Jurist The ease was heard by byAttorney iy iyAttorney Y YAttorney
Attorney General Knox who then recom recommended recot1mended recormmended ¬
mended that Judge McMillan Ic ll11an be d dmissed < lb lbmlssed 1 1missed
missed mlssedAt missedAt missedAt
At tho request of Secretary Root and andJohn 3ndJohn andJohn
John G Milburn of Buffalo who ho h Iud Iudbeen hadbeen d dbeen
been been personal friends of Judge McMillan McMillanthe lIc McMillanthe mlan mlanthe
the Attorney Attorn General reopened the tame Ias Iasand tameand j jand
and granted another hearing jt at t whbh whbhhe whLdlhe whiutihe
he Invited Secretary Root and Mr Mil Milburn Milburn Mu Muburn
burn to be present to hear the testi ttstlmony testimony
4 4mony
Testimony Given GivenThe GivenIhe GivenIh
The Ih character of the testimony was wasouch va vasuch wassuch
such that Secretary Root after listen listening 1I5tnIng listening ¬
ing to it made no recommendation or orfurther orfurther orfurther
further request to have Judgo McMillan McMillanretained 11oMl1Ianretained McMlllanretained
retained upon the bench Judge Jud < Mc McMillan McMillan Ic Ic11111an ¬
Millan was appointed from Buffalo BuffaloMr BuffalnMr ButTaloMr
Mr Smith Is a wellknown Michigan Michiganlawyer Michiganlawyer lIcblganlawyer
lawyer who was recommended to th thPresident the thePresident thePresident
President by Senator Burrows
Coming up on the train Tom Cockrill Cockrilland Cockrl11and Cockrllland
and Judge Margie came near having a aolsh aolash
olnsh Cockflll Cockrill entered the car nt a alittle aJltlle alittle
little station and started to go through throughthe ttrou5hthe throughthe
the coach He was believed to bo boheavily bohoavll hoheavily
heavily hoavll armed HargiB was seated soatOlln In the thoroar tb tbroar theroar
roar end of the coach and Conductor ConductorMartin Conlll ConlucorMartin or orUartln
Martin who happened In from that end endran landran eMran
ran toward CockrlJl and pushed pu hetl him himback himback himback
back into the womens Yomln car Corkrlll Corkrlllsays COfkrlllays Coekrilisays
says ays he is not hunting hunt ng Hnrgls He Is Isconfident Isconfident isconfident
confident that the law will attend to o all allconcerned nIlconcornod allconcerned
concerned in tho Breathitt assassina assassinations a8lalhalions assasslizations ¬
tions and he will not do anything in inretaliation Inretaliation inretaliation
retaliation retaliationCommonwealths retaliationCommonwealths retaliationCommonwealths
Commonwealths Attorney Byrd wys 11 111Ipeclal yg ygspecial a aspecial
special term of court will 111 be called In a afew arov afew
few weeks to investigate the burning of ofEwens orEwens ofEwens
Ewens bouse the assaults on the wit witnesses wl wlnesses witflosses ¬
nesses before the Jury and the attempt attemptto I1lttIttto
to bribe Ewcn EwcnIN EwcnNEWSPAPER EwcnME8PAPE
Press Clubs Cl bs Convention Will Con Convene Convene Convene ¬
vene There Tomorrow TomorrowATLANTIC TomorrowI TomorrowATLANTIC
ATLANTIC CITY N J June 22 22Newspaper 22X 22Newspaper
I Newspaper X < wspaper men and women from all allovei alloel allovom
ovei the country are arriving to attend attendthe attendtIme
the annual convention of the Interna International International International ¬
tional League of Press Clubs Club headquar headquarters headquaror headquarters ¬
ters of which is at tho Hotel Rudolf RudolfThe RudolThe RudolfTime
The first business session Bion will be held heldtomorrow heldt heldicmorrow
tomorrow t morrow and the visitors will remain remainuntil remnlnuntil remainuntil
until the last part of the week onjoy
I Ins hl an elaborate program provided for forthem forthem
I them by the Atlantic Atln = tI City Press Pro Club ClubTho ClubThe
I The Th banquet to the visitors will 111 be giver glvorWednesday 81v1I giverWednesday
I Wednesday ednoIJda evening cvcnin at Marlborough MarlboroughHouse l1arlborou MarlboroughHouse h hHoulle
House Large delegations have already alreadyarrived alreadyarrived lread
arrived from Plttsburg New ew York Boo Bootoii Bootou BosEU
I toii EU Philadelphia Baltimore and other othercities otherI othercities
cities citiesTwo eft citiesTwo IEB IEBTo
I Two othor Important conventions will willalso willala willlst
also ala lst be held here this thl week weekthat that of oftrc oft oftrt
trc t National Association of PhotoEn PhotoHngrvers PhotoEngTer Photoengrarers
grvers And nd that of tb the United Typo Typothctao TPothttao Typolhttao
thctao Association The Pennsylvania PcnDylvaula511t PonnaylyaiStifle PennsylvaniaSlate
Slate 511t Editorial Association will also alsohold al alsohold o ohold
hold its It summer outing here in the thecourse theccuree thecuree
course of the th week weekI weekPASSENGERS weekPASSENGERS
An accident on th the Vyarhlngtoa 3Fh nrhngton n ton Ar A Arhingion
j linston and Falls a11s Church Kcilway Sot Sotj 5aturday JntI
j urday afternoon resulted In much dam damIHRC darnI lamsge
IHRC tl sge to a I passcnaer pl5 n er train and a work workcnr workpr workcar
I car pr though t no on one < > was at Isured Isuredbetween 11uretI inure4The
I The work ork car tt atood en the track just
I between tin rllle rHI rt It and courthouse cuurthousuj courthousewhoim
j when wh > u n passenger pa tatfr train ran Into It tol tolRoping
I I Roping tho tli wcrk car and badly dam daraaalng damagitig am amHidug
aalng the th rawKnper eltrntt train trainAbout trainA1ot trainAbout
About thirty tblrt persons wore on the lat laltor lattor lettar
tor cnr Though much frightened and andshaken nndbhnlttJn andshaken
shaken up no one was hurt
Board of Education Begins BeginsFormal BeginsJforlllal BeginsFormal
e Commissioners Hope to Regain Eoney EoneyFront Money Moneyi MoncyFrom
i From Parker ParkerHarries Park rHarries Harries Has Bo BoRecollection I1oRecollection IoRecollection
Recollection of Transaction Transactionr TransactionCommissioner TransactionCommissioner
r Commissioner West this morning morning en entered entered entered ¬
tered upon an investigation of tho issu issuance Issuance issuauce ¬
ance of a wrongful voucher of 600 by byofficers byofficers byomcers
officers of the Board ofEducatlon which whichproceeding whichproceeding whichproceeding
proceeding was a8 recounted exclusively in inyesterdays fnyosterdns tuyesterdays
yesterdays Issue of The Times The Thopublication Thep Thepublication
publication p bUcat Ion of this transaction aroused arousedwidosproad arousedwldospread arousedwidespread
widespread interest and todays devel developments deyclopments developmonts ¬
opments indicate that the District au authorities auhorlUC3 authoritics ¬
thorities Intend to fix upon the respon responsibility responibUlty responsibility ¬
sibility sibility In the matter and take every eorypr everyprecaution
precaution pr eautlon against any repetition of the theoffense theorrense theoffense
offense In future The issue Is regarded regardedas
as a most certain one to go bcforextho bcforexthooflloials belorctheofficials bcforethoomoials
officials of the Treasury Department for foran rorn foran
an n independent inquiry inquiryMr InqulrMr inquiryMr
Mr Wests examination has developed developedthe developedthe
the theln information ormatlon that the requisition for fortho forthe
the maps supposedly sold to tho Gov Government Government Coyernment ¬
ernment for use In the District schools schoolswas schoolswas schoolswas
was signed by Gen George H Harries Harriesvice Harrieslce Harniesvice
vice lce president presl ent of the Board of education educationand Educationand Educationand
and Major I Jor H H Twombly Its it secre secretary secretar aecretary ¬
tary tar General Harries has made a astatement astatomQnt astatemqnt
statement to the Times wherein he din disavows dlsa05 dinavows ¬
avows all connection with the transac transaction transaclion transactlon ¬
lion excepting CX epting possibly that he may mayhave mayhave mayhave
have signed the requisition as he signed signedany signedany signedany
any one of a thousand which went ent to tohim tohim tohim
him him for his signature Major Twombly Twomblycould Twombl Twomblcould Twomblycould
could not be seen The voucher Involved Involvedis
is now no on file in the Treasury Depart Department Department Departmeat ¬
ment and Commissioner West has sent sentto sentto ent entto
to the Secretary of the Treasury for it itItIs ItItla itIt
ItIs It is believed to bear the signatures of ofJohn ofJobn ofJohn
John C Parker from whom the maps mapswore mapsore mapswore
wore ore supposedly I purchased and Major MajorTwontbly MajorTwonibly I Jor JorTwombl
Twontbly Twombl
Photographs in Lieu of Maps MapsIt
It will be remembered that The Times Timesof TJmpsoC Timesof
of yesterday csttrda set forth the following fact factIn acts factsin actsIn
In connection with this t ls transaction transactionThat transactionThat transactionThat
That in June 1901 a voucher was Is Issued Issued Issued ¬
sued for about 1100 worth of maps mapsthat mapstbiH mapsthat
that tbiH these maps were to be purchased purchasedfrom purchn purchasedfrom e efrom
from John C Parker 619 Seventh Street Streetnorthwest StreetnorlhwCtlt Streetnorthwest
northwest norlhwCtlt that that ostensibly these maps mapswurc ma mapsiuro s sro
wurc ro furnished and entry entr to this effect effectwas cffp cffetwas t twas
was made JI1 de upon the District records recordsthat recordsthit recordsthmt
that aotualjy aot aIJY about JGOO GOO of this fund fundprevious fun functnwto fundpay
ctnwto f Dd fjl flln ohns i i1t i1tY
pay Y t tr r photnMPap phIotopbs staken taken over at your yUr1ovloU8 yourprevious
previous 1ovloU8 for tho Paris Exposition ExpositionTracewell ExpositionTracewell ExpositionTracewell
Tracewell Forbade Procedure ProcedureThe ProcedureThe ProcedureThe
The voucher authorizing the payment paymentof
j of 1100 to Mr Ir Parker was shown to toI toComptrol1er toComptroller
I Comptroller Traccwell of the th Treasury TreasuryDepartment TremmryDepartment TreammuryDepartment
Department this mornjg mornJ by b an officer officerof orncotror oMcerofthe
of ofthe the Board of Education It is said saidthat auldthat saidthat
that Mr Tracewcll Tracewellwas wag amazad amaz to learn loarnthat Idlrntbat learnthat
that 600 of tho sum was in payment of ofMiss orMIas ofMiss
Miss Johnstons claim on account of ofpictures orpictures ofpictures
pictures made for the educational dis display dispIny dsplayfor ¬
play playfor for the Paris Exposition ExpositionMiss ExpositionUH ExpositionMiss
Miss UH Johnstons bill was acted upon uponby uponby uponby
by Comptroller Cqm trolJer Traccwell more than two twoyears twoyenrs twoyears
years ago After tho Board of Bducation Educa Education t1uen t1uenlion ¬
tion learned that It had no appropria appropriation appropriation appropriaLion ¬
tion out of which it could pay Miss MissJohnston 1I111sJohnston MissJohnston
Johnston the superintendent of schools schoolscalled schoolscaned schoolscalled
called upon Comptroller Tracewell and andasked andasked andasked
asked if f the bill could not be listed listedblindly Hstedblind listedblindly
blindly blind as supplies and payment payment made madein madeIn madein
in that manner mannerThe mannerTho mannerThe
The Comptroller said positively that thatsuch thateucIt thatsuch
such a course was out of tho question questionami questionuul questionand
and that if no appropriation was found foundto roundto foundto
to be applicable for the payment of the thepiclures thepltures thepeturos
piclures It would be necessary to ask askCongress askCongress askCongress
Congress for specific action He advised advisedthat nlvisedthat ulvlSCt1tbat
that the account be carried to Congress Congresszm
zm fon < was surprised this morning to learn learnthat learnthat learnthat
that this suggestion of two years ago agohad agohad lSOhad
had not been followed followedIn followedIn
In discussing the matter with an ofll ofllcer cliicer > fi ficcr
cer of the school board the Comptroller Comptrolleris Com troll3r
is said to have remarked that the vouch voucher v vouchor > uch uchor ¬
or was drawn for 11CO for the tli purpose purposeof purpo purpoof
of deceiving the public ubhie in regard to the thepayment thepnment thepayment
payment of Miss Johnstons John tons accountt acconnttHe accounttHe
He is said to have declared that there thereis th thereis re reIII
is no way to correct the books except cxcoptby excoptb exceptby
by b action of Congress and that if suh suhaction 6uhaction sunliaction
action is I not taken the school board boardofficials boarllomekll boardolfickils
officials who wore responsible for the theIssuance theIssuanco theissuance
Issuance of the voucher must make the thematter thsmaUer th thmatter
matter rood noodAn roodAn ood oodAn
An apparent discrepancy in the ac account account account ¬
count with Miss IhIH Johnston John ton was discov discovered disco discoored liucoverod ¬
ered this morning Mr Ir Parker says he hepaid hepltld hepaid
paid Miss Jlss Johnston GOO and holds hold her herreceipt herreceipt liarreceipt
receipt for that amount Miss M hs ± ss Johnston Johnstonis
is confident oonfidt > nt that her bill was for that thatuinount thatumount thatamount
amount yet et It is found in the Auditors Auditorsofllce Auditorsoffice Auditorsoflice
office that the only anI bill there from fromMiss fromMIA fromMiss
Miss Johnston JGhn ton is I for 52C or 74 less than thantho thantho thatitho
tho sum said to have been b < en paid to Miss MissJohnston MissJohnston tlStl tlStlJohn8ton
Johnston through a manipulation of the theaccounts theaccounts theaccounts
accounts of the Board of Education An Aneffort A1 A1eUort Aueffort
effort Is MOW ow being beln made to account a count for forthe roreS or orthe
the eS 71 r rMay
May M y Recover Money MoneyCommissioner MoneyCommlalcn MoneyCommiisicnnr
Commissioner West said ths til morning morningthat Itorningthat morningthat
that he had been adrirwl ndvl l the Dlstrl Dlstrlj DItrlmay DIetnIzany
j may recover the JGOO COO from John C ParW ParWor ParJtlI la4v la4vor
I or who certified to the delivery of inepn inepniiliich mepaI < i iIch
I iiliich hicb Ich were never turned over to the theboard th thI theI
I board Mr lr PArker included this item itemin itemIn heniin
in a bill with several other items itemsAn itemsAn itemsAn
An announcement from Gen II V VDcynton VDc VDcynton
Dcynton Dc nton president of tho Board of Edu Education Educat Edocation ¬
cation cat lon that t hat the Board of Education had hadordered hadord hndordered
ordered ord rOI an investigation of the round roundabout rounlaiout roundabout ¬
about method in which Mist Johnston Johnstonvrs Johnstonvrs
vrs 1110 paid was sent to Commissioner CommissionerMncfarland CommissionerMftcfftrland ConmnmissionorMeetarland
Mncfarland Friday Frida Mr Macfarland said saidths saidfll saidthIs
thIs fll morning that he hnd 1mg had had11o no fur further further furthei ¬
ther notification of tho boards potion potionI l actionamid tlon tlonthat
I and that It will 111 not be possible for him himi himantlnued
i I Continued on Second con < 1 Page Iae
SUBJECT DF UFMcney mm mmiMcney BAR1ERMcney
Mcney Said to Have Procured an anAppointment anAp anApointmnnt
Appointment AppointmentA Ap ointmnt ointmntA
A check cashed at a department departmentstore departmentstore departmentstore
store and bearing the t le Indorsemont indorsementof
of James A Duffy and T T A Garret Garretwas Garretwas Garretwas
was produced in Justice Justl e of the thePeace thpPcaco thePeace
Peace Paines court today toda by John JohnJ
J Horrigan plaintiff in evidence evidenceof
of a debt alleged to be due Horrigan Horriganby
by b Andrew J Sullivan the new second secondassistant secondassistant secondassistant
assistant chief of the Fire Department DepartmentIn
In the light Ih ht of recent promotions in inthe Inthe inthe
the department the suit is one of ape special 5peclal apecial ¬
cial Interest The attorney for the de defense defense detense ¬
fense claims that Horrigan came to Sul Sullivan SulIJan Sulhivan ¬
livan and as a friend suggested sugg sted that thathe thathe thathe
he become a candidate for the position positionto
to which Chief Belt has just been ap appointed appolntd appoi ¬
pointed pointedSullivan polntdSu11lvan poi ntnd ntndSullivan
Sullivan was loath to make a trial trialbelieving trIalbelieving trialbelieving
believing that others of higher rank in inthe Inthe inthe
the service would have a better chance chancethan chancethan chancethan
than he Horrigan told Sullivan that thathis thathis thathis
his splendid record and Horrlgans in influence In1uence inIluence ¬
fluence in Congress assured success successThus successThus successThus
Thus Sullivan was as persuaded to visitfirst visit visitfirst slt sltfirst
first Mr Ir Duffy and then Mr Ir Garret to topresent topresent topresent
present his qualifications quall cations for the office officeMr omceMr omcoMr
Mr Garret who it is alleged Is pri private pdate pcirate ¬
rate ate secretary to a Southern Senator Senatorwas Senatorwas Senatorwas
was confident of success successIn sUCCCS5In successIn
In a day or two It Is alleged by the thedefense thederense thedefense
defense after the visit Islt to tho in influence inuence influcace ¬
fluence uence Horrigan reported to Sullivan Sullivanthat Sullh3nthat Sullivanthat
that the appointment could be procured procuredon
on the payment of 350 Then and ther therthe therth thorth >
the th defense claims Sullivan immediate immediately ¬
ly disclaimed all desire for the posi position position position ¬
tion and emphatically stated there hi1 hi1never h hilnever l lnever
never been an intimation that a aann aanncial mnancial nan nanclal
cial consideration was desired or would wouldpass wouldmaas WouldI
pass I maas BS
Horrigan claims however that at attho atthe 1t 1ttho
tho request of Mr SulIIvap he put up
his personal check for 550 50 as a first firstpayment firstpayment rst rstpnyment
payment to the lobbyists or the parties partieswhoever partllrwhoever partieswhoever
whoever they the were interested directly directlyin directlyin
in pushing the appointment appointmentAfter appointmentArter appointmentAfter
After the talk concerning compensa compensation compenS3tlon compenatlon ¬
tlon all friendly rrlendl relations were cre declared declaredoff declaredorr declaredoff
off it is alleged Mr Horrigan there thereupon thereuon thereUon ¬
uon In duo season entered suit against againstMr againstIr againstMr
Mr Ir Sullivan for the 50 claimed to have havebeen bavebeen havebeen
been disbursed on his verbal order
Plans on Foot to Honor Her Fa Favorite Favorite Favorite ¬
vorite Son SonThat SonThat SonThat
That Indana will cast a vote ote for her hsrfavorite herfavorite herfavorite
favorite son Senator Sonat9r Fairbanks in tho thonext th thnext thonext
next Republican national convention conventionseems convontlonseems conventionseems
seems to be the decision cf ir the loaders loadersof loadersof loamieraof
of the Hoosier Ho sicz State This statement statementwas statemel1twas statementwas
was made today by the friends of the theSenator theSenntor theSenator
Senator SenatorThe SenntorThe SenatorThe
The intention however at the pres present present proscat ¬
ent time is to make the vote oto nothing nothingmore nothingmore nothingmore
more than an honorary action with an anintention anIntention anintention
intention of having the Senator become becomea
a fullfledged fuIl edged candidate In 1W3 The Thebelief Thebelief Thebelief
belief is strong in Indiana and some of ofthe orthe ofthe
the adjacent States that Senator Fair Fairbanks Farbanks Fairbanks ¬
banks can get the nomination five years yearshence yearshence oars oarshence
hence It is said that Senator Hanna Hannahas Hannah Hannahas
has h s too many enemies to win the nomi nomination nomination nomination ¬
nation even It he desires it and that thatunless thatunless thatunless
unless some other man develops ex extraordinary extraordinary cxtraordinary ¬
traordinary strength In n the next Ad Administration Administration Administration ¬
ministration there is not likely IIkel to be beanyone beanyone beanyone
anyone powerful enough to dofeat him himOf himor himOf
Of course howovcr this is only on the theview theview theview
view of Indiana and some of the other othercentral othercentral othercentral
central Western States StatesRepresentative StatesReprosentatlve StatesRepresentative
Representative J A Hemenway of ofIndiana ofIndiana ofIndiana
Indiana arrived In the 1e city todav tQda and andin andIn andin
in discussing politics he said the Indi Indiana Indiana mdiana ¬
ana delegation would support President PresidentRoosevelt PresidentRoosevelt PresidentRoosevelt
Roosevelt and help reelect re lect him As to tothe tothe tothe
the position of Senator Fairbanks he hesaid hI hIsaid hesaid
said there was no reason why he should shouldnot shouldnot shouldnot
not get the vote ote referred to toWe toe toWe i
We e are for Roosevelt said Mr Hem Homonway Hemonway Hemonway
onway and believe there is no longer longerany longorany longerany
any possible 1I0 lhle doubt of his nomination nominationand nomlnatloland nominationand
and election State politics are quiet at atpresent atpreent atpresent
present Wo lo have no choice for Vice VicePresident VlcpPresident VicePresident
President but we have a number of ofmen ofmen ofmen
men who who we think could fill the position positionacceptably posttlonacceptably positIonacceptably
acceptably acceptablyWhen acceptablyWhen acceptablyWhen
When asked if Governor Durbin who whowas whowas whowas
was recently la Washington n and who whoheld whoheld Whoheld
held a conference with President Roose Roosevelt Po03eelt floosevolt ¬
volt elt would be a candidate for the Vice VicePresidency VicePresldenc VicePresidency
Presidency Presldenc he said that Governor Dur Durbin Durbin ¬
bin alone could answer that question
New Haven Alive With Alumni and Visitors for Its 202d 202dCommencement 202dCommencementCloudy 202dCommencementCloudy
Commencement CommencementCloudy Cloudy Weather Fails to toDampen toDampen toDampen
Dampen Their Arfor
NEW HAVEN CONN CO X Juno 22 22Thls 22Thlselt 22Thiscity This Thiscity
city elt Is alive today with Yale men and andcommencement andcommencement 1ndcommencement
commencement visitors Cloudy and cold coldweather coldweather coldweather
weather greeted those who whohad had come to towitness towltncss towitncs
witness witncs the close of the 202d year of the theNew theXc theNew
New Xc < w Haven University UniversityThe UniversityThe
The classday exercises of the Shef Sheffield Sheffield Sheffield ¬
field Scientific School School were held this thismorning thismorning thismorning
morning on the lawn in front of the theschool thescbool theschool
school Histories interspersed with withsongs withflongs withsongs
songs and selections by b the band wera weraread svereread YErt1read
read by b Joseph H Woodward oodward Hartford HartfordConn HartfordConn HartfordConn
Conn Vas K Bracher New York city cityGeorge cityGeorge cityGeorge
George B Morris PittsburR Pa and andDavid andDlwld andDavid
David P Thompson Chicago Ghlcn o 111 111At 111At IllAt
At 11 oclock oc10cit the presentation exer exercises cXerclses exercises ¬
cises of tho senior class of the academic academicdepartment acadtmlcdepartment academicdepartment
department were wef held in Battel Chapel ChapelThese ChapelThese ChapelThese
These are the valedictory va1edlctor exercises of ofFULL ofFULL ofFULL
Last Rites Over Remains of Distin Distinguished Distlnguhed Diztiaguished ¬
guished Soldier SoldierThe SoldierThe SoldierThe
The funeral of MnJ Gen Frank FrankWhcaton FrankWheaton FrankWlenton
Wheaton U S A retired was hold this thisattornoon thisaftornoon thisafternoon
afternoon with full u military honors honorsFollowing honorsFol1owlng honorsFollowing
Following a short service at the tam family tnmlIy tamily ¬
ily residence 24S3 Columbia Road rites riteswere rileswere riteswere
were held hel at St Johni John = 1 Church under underthe undertl1 undertue
the tl1 direction of Bishop Blho Sotterlee who whowaj whowaf whowar
war assisted by the Rev Re E Slater Dun Dunlap Dunlap Dunlap
lap assistant rector of the parish Thp Thpbcdy Thpbcdy Thebcdy
bcdy was interred at Arlington Ceme Cemetery Cemetlr Cemettry ¬
tery tlr and was followed to the grave bj bju bJu bya
u military escort escortThe escortThe
The pallbearers were selected sel tcd from fromtho fromth fromthe I
the th Loyal Lo ml Legion and the Sons Son of the theRevolution theTIlolutlon therttvolutlon
Revolution Those from from the Loyal LoyalLegion LoyalLegion I
Generals Hawkins Sin Sinclair Sincltir
Legion were erc ¬ I Ichlr
clair Glllesple and BOll and from the theSons theSns
Sons 8 < ns of the th Revolution Admiral H C CTaylor CTaylor
Taylor Capt Charles H Campbell Com Commandor Commtlnder Cornnimmndor
mandor Richard G Davenport and A AT Al AI
T l I Marsh The active ncth pallbearers were weresix wcetllx weresix
six soldiers who carried the casket on ontheir ODtheta ontheir
their shoulders to the awaiting aW ltlng caisson caissonINDICTMENTS caiManINDICTMENTS caissonINDICTMENTS
The grand Jury today toda returned the th > fol following followl totlowinz ¬
lowing lowl Indictments IndictmentsThomas Indet111eutsThomas indetmentsThomas
Thomas W V W West > st and George Ansley AnsleyWill Ansley Ansleyfor Ansleyor
for or tmhl71mf1t tmhl71mf1tWllllnm emhexrmentVmillinin
Will Wllllnm Iain II Bell and nd Theodore Wood AYoedword Woedword Woodward
word for carnal knowledge knowledgePut knowlcttePII knowlefiePuisley
Put PII Puisley ley leo Thornton for r r larceny larcenyPhilip Inrc larcenyIltihip < nr nrlhlllp
Philip Christian orl8 nristau tllt viijlaTlon vldllt Tion of t the Jie c pol policy polIcy poticy ¬
icy Inv InvGeorge hi hiGeorge
George C Jchnson for housebreUIng housebreUIngand
and larceny larcenyCnrlo larMn larcenyCarlo
Carlo 1110 Jurat and James Palon Palo for rflb rflbbery r rdbberg b bbcr
berg bcr
the class 188 Th The < class clAaspgem poem was road by byHoward byHOard layHoward
Howard Albert AlbnrtPlummc Plummcr of New York Yorkcity Yorkcity YorktT
city tT The class oration was by b Robert RobertHall RobertHall
Hall Hi lI Ewell EweR of Washington D C His Hissubject HialubJect Hissubject
subject was The T class clas of oftsO J903 DOO in its re relation relation relation ¬
lation to the Yale spirit spiritThe spiritThe spiritThe
The reading of the college colle e close closehistories claIMhistorIes classhistories
histories on the old oampus was begun begunat begu beguat begunat
at 2 oclock this afternoon The histories historieswore hlstorleaore historieswore
wore ore read by Erastus Corning of Albany AlbanyN Alban AlbanN AlbanyN
N Y Carroll J Waddell of OttOa OttowaCanada OttOaCannda OttoaCanada
Canada Harold T Clarke New Haven HavenAugustus HaenAugustus HavenAugustus
Augustus K Oliver Plttsburg Pa and andGeorge adGeorge sadGeorge
George BAAraolds New Haven Conn ConnAt ConnAt ComaAt
At 1 oclock this afternoon the an annual annual anaunt ¬
nual meeting of the Yale Law School SchoolAlumni SchoolAlumni SchoolAlumni
Alumni Association was held with withdinnor a adinnor adinner
dinner dinnor aad addresses by b distinguished distinguishedalumni distinguishedalumni distinguishetialumni
Chicaso Woman Tcck Carbolic Acid Be Before Beoc Befoc ¬
fore oc Entering Church ChurchCHICAGO ChurchCHICAGO ChurchCHICAGO
CHICAGO June 22 22KneelIng 2KnecUns Kneeling boCorc boCorca
a priest In the thschapel chapel of St Peters PetersRoman PoterRRoman PotersRoman
Roman Catholic Church Polk and Clark ClarkStreets ClarkStreets ClarkStreets
Streets last night a woman confessed confessedhe
he sins vhile hlle sho grew weaker and andweaker aBdake andweaker
weaker ake from Lbs th effects etfu eff ets ts of carbolic carbolicat carbolicadd carbolicstid
at add id which she had drunk with Ith suicidal suicidalirtcnt suicidal11nt suicidalIncat
irtcnt a few minutes before beforeWhen bororehon beforeWhoa
When hon aha finished finl hed her confession eontos lon she shefell shetcl1 shefell <
fell unconscious l ncon lous before Father Bastus BastusOthor ii EnstusOther stus stusOthor
Othor priests hurried for a physician physiciancf physicianact
ac act cf tho police were also summoned summonedThe summoned1b summonedThe
The 1b unconscious woman was taken to tothe tothe tothe
the County Hospital where she died diedThe diedlhe diedThe
The woman it was Wa learned later latercalled la latercalled tr trcaIled
called herself Mrs nr Anna Nemit A lovr loWaftalr lovraffair
affair is supposed 8 POftd to have prompted her heract Ite Iteact heract r
JERSEY JERSE CITY N J June 21 2JVI 2JVIChancellor flVis flVisChancellor Vl < ro roChancellor 1
Chancellor Strvcasoa tills afternoon te teetered e ¬
etered c1 cd insolvt nt the Asphalt Company ot otAmerica ofAmerica orAmerica r
America and 3 d granted raated the application for foran fo foan fora
an a a order restratalBg ftra RIBC th the company treat frcudoins frenadotlt treatdoing
doing dotlt business Argument rpmeat on tb the ap appointment IIPpolntmrnt tippolntmrnt ¬
polntmrnt of a receiver will be hear hearuthis bea beathis hearthis
this atterncon atternconS atrftcanS
CHICAGO June J ne 53 USamu1 Samuel V Itele Itelefor 3teelefor 3t Ie Iefot
for many nJAD years ears one of the best known knowndraicatic knowndIucatlc knowndramatic i
dramatic sod 01 musical critics in Chicago Chicagodied Ci1leaaodied Chicagodied
died of bronchitis Tile illness I11n which wfetehculminated wlakhculmlnatd whichculminated i
culminated In h Us death was we contracted contractedIn coatraetetlthe 1
In the sourse oC the W We Wrl4s rW rid Fair Mr MrStecle MrSteble MrSteimie
Stecle was wa s a native tIve of a Leaden anti nut a amember amesber amnomber
member of f on of the oldest f families fammsor familiesof anil Has Hasof 5
of England
Mr and Mrs Lorenz and andthe andthe
the Groffs Included in inCharge inCharge inCharge
Charge of Conspiracy Conspiracyto
to Sell LetterBox Letter B x Fast Fasteners Fastener Fasteners ¬
eners enersIndictment enerIndictment enersIndictment
Indictment Similar to toEarlier toEarJier toEarlier
Earlier Findings But ButRelates ButRelates ButRelates
Relates to Another Anot er Sec Section Section Section ¬
tion of Statutes StatutesLor StatutesLorenzs StatutesLorenzs Lor Lorenzs
enzs to Be Arrested ArrestedThe
The grand Jury has found a Joint in indictment l ldlctment iiidietment ¬
dictment which was reported to the thecourt thecourt thecourt
court at 2 oclock this aftoroon against againstGeorge againstGoorge againstGeorge
George E Lorenz formerly post postmaster postmaster postmaster ¬
master cf c Toledo Ohio Martha J Lo Loronz 10ronz Loronz
ronz his wife August W Machen for former tormer formei ¬
mer superintendent superlnt ndent of free delivery ot otthe orthO ofthe
the thO Pcstofflce Department Dither B BGroff UGroa BCroft
Croft and Samuel A Groff members of ofthe orthe ofthe
the firm firm which sold the patent mailbox mailboxfasteners mlllbocfsuteners mailboxfasteners
fasteners to the Government upon uponwhich up upanwhich a awhich
which Machen Is alleged to have receiv received recelvcd reedy reedycd ¬
cd a rakeoff of 10 per cent centThe centThe coatThe
The Indlctna indictment t found today charges chargesconspiracy chargescOlusplracy chargesconspiracy
conspiracy toTTofraud the Government Governmentbeing Governmentbeing Governmentbeing
being based on section 5440 140 of the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States Revised Rev sed Statutes Lo Loronz Lorenz Loreas
ronz and his wife are alleged al1egedto to have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been the Intermediaries Inte cdlarle8 in i Jhc the fraudu traudtrlent fraudurlent
lent transactions transa tons between Machen and andthe andtbe andthe
the Grow brothers brothersMoney brothersMoney brothersMoney
Money From Groffs GroffsIt Groffs GroffsIt GroffsIt
It is charged that they received the theamounts theamounts theamounts
amounts from the Groffs and andtaosrer andtaosrerted transfer transferted transferred
ted them to Macben The penalty un under under Undcc ¬
der the statute is a One of 10OCO or ortwo ortwo ortwo
two years In prison or both bothMachen bothMachen oth othllaehen
Machen and the Groffs have been beenboth beenboth beenboth
both indicted previously under another anotherstatue anotherstatue anotherztatuc
statue for accepting and giving bribes bribesrespectively bribesresp bribesrespoctively
respectively respectivelyThis resp cUvely cUvelyThulndlctment
This Thulndlctment Indictment found today t < < 1day and those thosopreviously thoSGpreviously thosepreviously
previously returned rcturn d refer rererto to the same same4v samera 3mcraM
tai taitransactions >
transactions raM ra act1izm ctr 4v n Involving In invotvingnlmout niab toout t t tT 2 3IIQO 3IIQOTXtofIndicthfth2t Q00 Q00Elid
T TXtofIndicthfth2t TXtofIndicthfth2tof findi t n ni
Elid i tijjyt of othc the th Indictment is In part partAnd partan
I Iu
u fGlo9S fGlo9Snd foEevsmtnd
And nd the tJle grand sraadJbrors jurors aforesaid aror ald upon upontholr upoaUl upontheir
their Ul < 1Jr oath aforcsrld nforcs ld do furtherpresent furtherpresentThat furtherpresentUThnt furtherprcsentThat
That oh on the 23th day of June In the theyear thoyoor theyear
year of our Lord 1900 and at tho Dis District DIstrict DIntrict ¬
trict aforesaid the said George E Lorenz LorenzMartha Lorenzlartha LorenMartha
Martha J Lorenz August W We Machen MachenDlllor MachenDhiIor tachentllor
Dlllor tllor B Groff and Samuel A Groff un unlawfully unItlwrully unlawfully ¬
lawfully did conspire combine confed confederate conc1ntto con concrete ¬
crete ntto and agree together to todefrJud defraud the thesaid thesaid thesaid
said Unltad States t1es of its moneys In the thedishonest 11 11dlsJiotKst thedishonest
dishonest laaaner and through and by byaeans bymean bymeans
means mean of th the r dishonest schemound sChem 1lnd ar arrangement arMDsementfolIowlrg arringement ¬
rangement MDsementfolIowlrg following that IsT 1 to say saythat S3 S3tbftt saytbt
that he the th said August W W4 t Machen Machenshould Machenabould Iach n nMould
should by and through tbrcu h advice to be be5ir be1fR begiven
5ir given 1fR n and recommendations rcom ndatlons to be made madein mad madIn madin
in that behalf to the said ald First FirstAssistant First8sfstant FirstAssistant
Assistant Postmaster General by byhim byhim byhim
him the said August AU Ust W Ma Maohen Maohien n naben
ohen as such superintendent sup rlnlendont procure procureand procuoand procureand
and be Instrumental In procuring so Car Caras Cara faras
as a in him the ho powor lay la the purchase purchaseby purchaseby purchaseby
by th the said Postodcc Department from fromthe tromtho from fromthe
the said s ld Diller B Groff and Samuel A AGroff AGroft AGroft
Groft partners nrtncrs as s aforesaid of a large largenumber largeDumber largenumber
number of such complete fasteners fAst ners and andhalf andhalt andhalf
half fasteners of the th kind so known as asGroff asrotr asGroff
Groff rotr fasteners r stenors for the use aforesaid at atthe atthe atthe
the price = rl of L25 L2 for each of such com complete complete cornptete ¬
plete fasteners and at the price of 125 125for 125for 125for
for each two to tz of such uch half fasteners and andshould andshould andshould
should In like manner mRnn r as such superin superintendent superlntondent superiatendent ¬
tendent procure and be Instrumental In Inprocuring Inprocuring inprocuring
procuring payment by b the said United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnItedStates
States to them the said Diner B Grcff Grcffand Grcrtani Creffand
and Samuel S mcel A Groff partners > nrtn8 as afore aforesaid aforosaid 1ror 1rorsaid ¬
said fcr such complete fasteners and andhalf andlalt andinit
half fasteners last aforesaid at the thoprices theprices theprices
prices respectively last aforesaid and andthat andthat andthat
that u UHm oc such procuring by him tho thoeeid thor thesaid
said r lcl August Vr Machen as last aforr aforesaid aforrsaid aforrsaid ¬
said of such purchase last aforesaid to tobe tobe tobe
be made and upon such procuring by bybin
bin tho said August W Machen achen as last lastaforesaid lastaoesald
1 aforesaid of o such payment last afore aforesaid aforesaid aforesaid ¬
said to be mad made anti Jd In consideration considerationthereof c considerationthereof nsldcraUontheroo
thereof they the th s said td Diller B Graft GroJtand Gro GroaDd Graftand
and Samuel A Croft partners artncrs as afore aforesaid afo afouW aforesaid ¬
said should retain retai and a keep kee for the us usof U Uof usof
of them the said Id Diller B Grog ana anaSamuel anaEanuel anaSamuel
Samuel A Graff Qro partners part u as aforesaid aforesaida aforesala
a certain proportion propor on ely of such Par pafmeat ParIt pa pameat
meat It lst aforesaid to wit witSlmcty Sleety S t peP pe1centum petceatumm
centum thereof being atjfift at t rate ef < f fa
75 cents for IK each ack complete Tastencr fastener on ant anIat antat I Iat
at the rate of 75 cents for each two of ofsueh orSUdl ofsuch
such bsllfaste Julfastrs ers last aforesaid atoresaldpurchased ort83ld > o opurchased Opureha
purchased pureha ed by b the said United U lted State Stateand StatLaDd Statesand
and should par to the said George E ELore ELoreD ELorens
Lore Lorens and Martha J Lorenz or to one anier oneor
or other othrr of them to be converted ap approprlated appropriated appropriated
propriated and applied to the use Jf J JthcB1 f fthem
them the said Id George G 5e K Loreaz Martha MarthaJ
J Lore Loreea and August Uust W Machen afhOn a acertain acortam acertalti
certain proportion to wit Forty per percentum pcrCODtum percentum
centum at a sny y such payment last afor aforsaid arorW afores1d
said W made by the said United States Statesami Stat Statand Statsand
and being at t Ute e rate teJC pt of W O cents for foreach rorca foreach
each ca of such complete coll1p te fasteners and t triG ef
50 cents for each two of cuch ch half halfatlteRers halffasteners
fasteners atlteRers last aforesaid alor ld a so purchased Qiirchasedby Qehls < d db
by b the said United UnltedStte UnltedStteARd UnitedStatesAnd Si = tea
And tho grand jurors aforesaid ifor aahl hl upon uponI upontheir
their oath sforesa ator sZureekJ J do d further present presentThat prttseontThat presentThat
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