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Capt apt Sweeney Advances AdvancesTheory AdvancesTheo AdvancesTheory
Theory Theo ry of Acciden Accidental Accidental AccidentaI ¬
tal Shooting ShootingFACTS ShootingFAGTS ShootingFACTS
FACTS TALLY WITH IT ITFlorpdora ITFlordora ITFlorodora
Florpdora Chorus Girl De Describes Deseri Describes ¬
scribes seri bes the Stage Life ofNan of ofNan ofNan
Nan Patterson PattersonNEW
NEW YORK June U nThat That Caesar CaesarYoung CaosarYoung CaesarYoung
Young the bookmaker who 110 was killed killeda
a week ago today in a cab at Walker WalkerStreet WalkerStreet ValkerStreet
Street and West Broadway Broadwa as he was wasriding wasriding wasriding
riding with Nan Patterson the actress actressto nctressto actressto
to a pier to sail for Europe with his hiswife hiswiCe hiswife
wife shot himself hlm elt accidentally accJdontull with a arevolver arevolver arevolver
revolver which he was wresting from fromMiss tromtJss fromMiss
Miss tJss Patterson who had threatened to tocommit tocommit tocommit
commit suicide was Vol1S the startling theory theoryof thCMJr thCMJror theoryof >
of his death advanced today toda by b Police PoliceCaptain PolletCaptain PoliceCaptain
Captain Sweeney of the Leonard Street Streetstation St Streett t tstation
t station stationI
I think said the captain that thatYoung thatYoung
E Young shot himself accidentally as he hewas heVoSS hewas
was VoSS trying to get from the woman the therevolver thereolver therevolver
revolver which she had drawn with the theidea theidea theidea
idea of committing suicide suicideThat suicideThat suicideThat
That means of course that she did didnot did didnot didnot
not kill him and that she was 8S innocent innocentof
of any an intention of killing him The Thestories ThEstorIos Thestories >
stories of some orne of the men who saw the thecab thecab thecab
cab and Young and Miss Patterson in inIt Ieit init
It almost immediately after the shooting shoot shooting shootIng ¬
ing bear out this theory theoryLoved theoryLoved theoryLoved
Loved Each Other OtherThat OtherThat OtherThat
That Young and Miss t1ss Patterson Pattersoncared Pattersoncared Pattersoncared
cared a groat deal for each other I Ithink tthink Ithink
think Is apparent It Is not remarkable remarkablethen remarKablethen remarkablethen
then that Miss Patterson contemplated contemplatedsuicide contemplatoasuicide contdmplatedsuicide
suicide suicideThis suicideThis suicideThis
This theory theor also accounts for the im imture na nature 111tture
ture of the wound In Youngs body bod and andthe andthe andthe
the course of the bullet bulletOne bulletOne bulletOne
One of the most remarkable prisoners prisonersever prlsone prlsonecr prisonersever
ever cr incarcerated IncarCerated Jn Jnthe in the Tombs Is Nan NanPatterson NanPatterson NanPatterson
Patterson She is cheerful chceftul to a degree degreeand degreeand degreeand
and takes takU great pleasure In comforting comfortingher comtortIr comfortingher r rher
her female t male companions Never does a aword foLword aword
word slip her lips touching tou lng on her own owncose ownrase owncase
cose case while hUo she is most mos cnergdtte enorg < Jt In Inhelping hibelplng inhelping
helping her cdmpanibrts c dcvfalngr ways waWo waWonnd waysand wrayaand
and means looking toward toward their f free freedon rer rerdom re redom
dom dining them with the best that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the prison p i80n caterer can sun furnish and and Co CoIng CoIng Going
Ing all a1l she can can an to help holpnerone holpneroneNan holpeveryoneNan everyone everyoneNan
Nan Patterson never reads the newspapers news newspapers new newpapers ¬
papers never allows Anyone to speak speakof speakof speakof
of her own case Try Tr as they th will the theshoplifter th thshopllrter theshoplifter
shoplifter pickpocket anc Utter incar incarcerated lnCfir lnCfirct incarcerated ¬
cerated ct > ratod with her can gain nothing of ofthe orthe ofthe
the remarkable tragedy which came as asthe 88the asthe
the crowning mark of her public life lifeNan ureNan lifeNan
Nan Pattersons Life LifeThe LifeThe Lifer
r The following story stor of Nan Patter Pattersons PatterBons Pattersons ¬
sons life was told today by Helen Mor Morrison Morrison or orrlson ¬
rison the best friend of the actrc actress actrCRiJThe actressThe M MTho
The young oung women roomed together to cthlr for foralmost roralmost foralmost
almost a year ear when they were both bothmembers bothmembers bothmembers
members of the Pretty Maiden Sex Sextet SextE Sextet ¬
tet tE > t of the Western estern Ftorodora com company company company ¬
pany and Mls Mdse Morrison knew prac practically practtcan practically ¬
tically ttcan all of Miss I118 Pattersons secrets secretsThe secretsThe secretsThe
The death of Caesar Young Youn was wascertainly wupcortalnly wascertainly
certainly sad enough but there Is note Aomecom notecomedy joinecomedy
comedy com d In that for me when I think thinkof tblnkot thinkof
of Nan Patterson Patterson patt rson or Nan Randolph JUI JUIsbt asshe H Hshe
she was s known on the stage being beln sue suspected suepected us usptcted ¬
pected of having killed him The thought thoughtof
of that girl injuring anyone is riuMy riuMyludicrous rrslyludicrous LHy LHy1udlcrou
ludicrous ludicrousI
I believe that I know her as weal as asany aMany asany
any girl in the world does doc and I know knowthat knowthat knowthat
that there was never any an venom on m ht u her herA herA herA
A dozen members of the old Florodora Florodoracompany Florodora Florodoracompan Florodoracompany
company will bear me out in this th state statement stat statmnt statement ¬
ment mentMl mnt3Us mentMiss
Ml Miss s Patterson is about twentyone twentyoneyears lwentronol8rJ twentyoneyears
years l8rJ old She was born In Washing Washington Washington VaHhll VaHhllton ¬
ton her parents being r redJMHl < Hin d anJ an fair fairly falrJ fairly ¬
ly J wealthy lth She went to a private privateschool privateschool privateschool
school there taking a special course couraeIn COliNeIn courseIn
In music miMdcEngaged mHtcEngaged musicEngaged
Engaged When School Girl GirlBofort GirlBoCorfo GirlBofors
Bofort ah she left school she sh became en enEvpecl onb engged
Evpecl b IEd ia u u a ycmiK II n roan an rained Martin Martinwh Martinah llIrUnh
wh h it ic JW w Ie cVrk In a New X < ow York hotel hotelThey hotelrht heteLThey
They rht were married when Nan was waeeighteen walelght8eu waseighteen
eighteen but their honeymoon was hard hardly hardh hardly ¬
ly over before they separated I know knowthat knowthat knowthat
that It was not the girls fault faultIt raultIt faultIt
It was w then that she decided to go goon gton gooil
on the stage and she he made application applicationfor
for an engagement to John Fisher l Ishor of ofthe otthe ofthe
the firm of Fisher Ryley the managers mana managers mntieers ¬
gers of Florodora She was engaged engagedImmediately engagedImmediately
Immediately for tne company comp ny but her herfascinating ier ierfascinating
fascinating appearance apP rance and good voice voletcot voicegot ol
cot her a place in the sextet before the thethe thethe thethe
the company opened I was the flrst girl girlshe girlhe girlshe
she he met In the company I dont believe beHeveever believeI
3 ever met anyone so timid It was all allbrand Mollbrand ailbrand
brand new new to her and the night the thepiece thepiece thepiece
piece opened in Hartford I thought she shewould showould shewould
would not have the courage cour ge to go on onHated onHated onHated
Hated the Johnnies JohnniesAfter JohnnieSUAter johnnieiAfter
After a few days her nervousness nervousnessbegan nervousnossbppn nervousnessbegan
began to to o wear r cfT but she never lost losthr losthfllr losther
hr drmd dr drr d for stagedoor hangerson I Ihave Ihave Ihave
have often Seen een her wait on n the stage stageuntil IiItageuntil stageuntil
until m r rter tter r everyone else had ha left in inhelot InhotClJl inholes
helot that the Johnnles would b be gone Jonebf gonebF on onbefore
before bf C8 she a he went out outthe outfhe outthe
the and I were roommate from the theunit theuti theemit
unit > > uti t so that I felt that she he war wa 1m 1mchirge my mycharge mycharge
charge to a groat exent und did my inybos mybe myboa
boa be to look after her ar H jrJlusly jrJluslyI
I began to get an insight into the theclrls thecirl thegirls
girls cirl true character after we had been beenout beenout beenout
out about a month We 0 were in Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake City when a chorus girl became btfCtLmeUJ becameIll
Ill She had galloping consumption consumptionand eon umptlon umptlonand
and was too ill to go on while we wore worethere woretheru werethere
there thereWhen
When the company was ready to towhat toleflo toleave
leave we were puzzled uzled ae to what to do dowith dovwlth dowith
with the girl But Nan was tho one oneto oneto oneto
to co i forward forwardIll tOMRrd1u forwardjII
Ill stay y here she said and lo look lookaCter lookafter k kafter
after hw and when wh she 1 Is well enough enoughto enoughto
to travel w we will meet the company CompunyIOC
Of course there were lots of protests protestsContinued protstslC41ntinued protestsContinued
lC41ntinued Continued on Fifth rage
Russia and Japan Ready to Lock in Death DeathFight DeathFightFlower DeathFightFlower
Fight FightFlower Flower of Kurokis Army Is IsAdvancing IsAdvancing IsAdvancing
Advancing Against Kuropatkin
ST PETERSBURG June 11 ItThat That a abattle abattle abattle
battle which will be of a decisive char charactor charactor charactor
actor Is Imminent south of LJaoYang LJaoYangIs
Is no longer denied by the higher hlg ler ofll ofllclals officials ouilcials
cials of the war office officeGeneral officeOeneral officeGeneral
General Kurokl Is advancing advancing north northward northward northward ¬
ward with the flower of the Jaoanese Jaoanesetroops Jananosetroops JaDam sc sctroops
troops and gathered to meet his army armyIs arm armIs armyis
Is one of the strongest fighting forces forcesever torcosever forcesever
ever massed by b a Russian general generalMassed generalMassed generalMassed
Massed across a seventeenmile front frontGeneral trontGeneral frontGeneral
General Kuropatkin has the bulk of the theFirst theFirst theFirst
First Second S ond Third Fourth Fifth FifthSixth FirthSixth FifthSixth
Sixth and Ninth divisions of the East EastSiberian EastSiberian EastSiberian
Siberian Rifles which gives 72WO OOO rifles riflesifter rillesaCtor riflesafter
aCtor deducting de uotlng sick and losses there therere thereare thereare
are re 3000 sappers and 203 03 field guns gunsSpread gunsSpread gunsSpread
Spread Miles Around AroundIn AroundIn AroundIn
In front of the army arm utilized at pres present present rcs rcsent ¬
ent as a scouting corps are perhaps 6000 6000Cossacks 6000Cossacks 600Coseacks
Cossacks while sixteen battalions of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Tenth and Seventeenth corps are arespread arespread lr lrspread
spread for several miles around as asguards nsIuards asguards
guards guardsThus IuardsThus guardsThus
Thus there are fully 100000 1000 > men strip stripped stripped stripped ¬
ped for battle battle and counting the field fieldguns fIeldguns fieldguns
guns mounted in the permanent defense defenseat detnltCflat
at LJaoYang LlaoYang56 316 guns ready rettd to open on onthe onthe onthe
the enemy enem so that there is no reason reasonwhy reasonwh reasonwhy
why wh the smile of confidence of the loud loudIng lotdIng loading
Ing army officers should not be held to toindlcatq toIndtcatq tolndicato
indlcatq that goods news for Russia can canbe eIlnbe canbe
be expected expect d shortly shortlyThat shortl shortlThat shortlyThat
That news of moment from the front
is momentarily momentarll expected Is shown by bythe bythe bythe
the tense feeling both at the war of office orflee of office ¬
fice and at the Winter Inter Palace The Thehitherto Thehitherto rhehitherto
hitherto unbroken sequence of successes suc successes HueCesSefiC ¬
cesses both by b sea and by land that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the Japanese have enjoyed will It Is Ishoped 12I ishoped
I hoped now be broken brokenIn brokentact brokenIn
In fact so confident are the Russian Russianofficers Russianofficers Russianofficers
officers here that General Kuropatkin Kuropatkinwill KuropatklnwIU Kuropatkinwill
will be successful that they the are already alreadjfiguring alread alreadI alreadyfiguring
figuring on a possible line of march f tJI tJIa Ji Jia rt rta
a Port Arthur relieving army arm General GeneralStocssel GeneralStoessel GeneralStoessel
Stoessel commanding the garrison garrisonthere garrIsonthere garrisonthere
there has sent word by a courier who whomade whomade whomade
made his way wa through the Japanese Japaneselines JapaneseUnol Japaneselines
lines that with his 26000 men he can canhold canhold canhold
hold out for at lc least st three weeks weeksTo weeksTo weeksTo
To Sweep Oku Aside AsideIt AsideIt AsideIt
It Is therefore believed that long be before before before ¬
fore that time an army arm can be placed placedin
in the field that will sweep General GeneralOkus GeneralOkus GeneralOkus
Okus army from KinChow and the theneck theneck theneck
neck of the peninsula This latter army armyaccording armyaccording armyaccording
according to present plans will be bemade bemade bemade
made up of mounted Infantry Intantr and Cos Cossacks Cossacks Cossacks ¬
sacks supported by b mountain bat batteries batteries batterlcs ¬
teries terlcsThe teriesThe teriesThe
The whole will be commanded by b Lieu Lieutenant Lloutenant Lieutenant ¬
tenant General JJarubaleff and will be bemade bEmade bemade
made vp In part of the Second Veckhnle VeckhnleUdlnsit VeckhnleUdlnstC VeckhnleUdinsa
Udlnsit Second Argunsk Second Nort Nortchlnsk Nortchlnsk Nortchinsk
chlnsk and the First Chltlnsk together togetherwith togetheJwith togetherwith
with detachments of the Third and andFourth andPourth andFourth
Fourth Horse Artillery Artiller batteries of ofTransBaikal ofTransDalkl ofTransBaikal
TransBaikal batterler
Palma Trophy Goes Back BackTo BackTo BackTo
To British Complainants ComplainantsUnanimous CornplainantsiUnanimous ComplainantsUnanimous
Unanimous Decision of the National Rifle RifleAssociation RifleAssociation RifleAssociation
Association of America AmericaTo To Be Held Heldfor Heldf Heldfor
f for r Further Competition
The Palma PaJm Trophy Trb b won by the All AHAnforlcan Allhhrkantenm AllAran
Anforlcan hhrkantenm Aran team at Blsley Bl tey England Jut JfastSdpterhb9P Jastaptetirber
9 Sdpterhb9P Jtemlir will 1 fco sonturne4l le rturned to England EnglandThta Eng1ardrhtll Englardrhis
Thta decision was s reached at a meet meetla meetheld meettug
la tug held at a t the Arlington Hotel 1Iot 1 yester yesteriu yesterday ert r rmy
iu my y afternoon by the Executive Comml Commlt Commitee
t te tee o of the National Ititle IdU Asioefallor of ofAmerica ofAmerica r rAm
America Am ria tOmpoHd oompos d of the president presidentGen pre presidentGen ldcnt ldcntGen
Gen Bird W 0 Spencer o at New Jersey Jersey3en J JJen JerseySen
3en George H Harries HarrJ of th the Plstrct PlstrctNational DlstrttNational DistrctNational
National Guard G ard Gen Lawrason Rlgg Rlggof Rlg Rlgor Rlggsof
of Maryland LIeut Albert S Jones of ofNow ofNew ofNow
Now Jersey and J A Hackell a clvll clvllicn clJIwn civllion
ion of o New ew York YorkEnglish YorkEngUsh YorkEnglish
English Complaints ComplaintsThe
The decision to return the trophy to toEngland tomn toEngland
England mn 1and was arrived at because or orclaims orclaims orclaims
claims made by the Englishmen that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the rifles used by b the Americans in the themutch them thematch
match m tch did not conform with the cond condtions i itiona
lions In that they were not officially officiallystamped offlclaUystampcd otllclallystamped
stamped by b the Ordnance Department Departmentof
of the theUnUed United States StatesThe StatesThe
The guns used by the Americans had hadwhat hadwhnt hadwhat
what is known as the Pope barrell barrellwhich barrlllwhich barrenwhich
which gives greater velocity to u shot shotthan shotUtan shutthan
than does the regulation TCragJorgen TCragJorgensen
sea rlllc used by the army armyAt arm armAt armyAt
At the time of the match male the English Englishwore Englishwore Englishwere
wore aware that the guns bUn did not bear bearthe bKrthe bearthe
the stamp of the th Ordnance Department DepartmentAs
As Captain Bruce failed to have the theBritish theDrlt1sh theBritish
British iflv give official approval to them themthe theltJthe themthe
the latter have taken advantage of this thisoversight th18oonflght thisoversight
oversight and preferred charges against againstthe agalnsltho againstthe
the American team teamContest teamContest teamContest
Contest in 1905 1905As 1905As egosAs
As a result of the decision of the ex executive 4 4ecuUve executive ¬
ecutive committee the Palma Trophy Trophywill TrophI Trophywill
I will be withdrawn from competition this thisyear thisyear thisyear
year but will be I contested for In 1908 1908Resolutions 1903Resolutions
I Resolutions Re olutlons adopted by tho committee committeeexproMe oommttteeeXIrUffS committeeexpress
express regret at the controversy contrlt < ry and andthe andth andthe
the th publicity given It declare that no nosecret noecret nosecret
secret > > was made of the character of oftile otUto ofthe
tile rifles though Intimating that they theyfchould the theould theyMould
Mould ould have been b en submitted for official ottlcialapproval oUtclalapproval officialapproval
approval and with the express exprc s desire I
5 <
tj t > Hjviula v al injiirj to toCOp1P1 competitive tJ ve shoat5 shoat5ing shOC shOC1g sho4tleg =
leg < by A a4ont1estsnq a4ont1estsnqof ontli ntlnU an ur f th t tl Jlqrttrvor8 qontro qontrovoray Jlqrttr pontioversy
versy voray vor8 oorl ooneiudc Iudc with with w h t tibet e uaoMtfii 8lOJt1ffl je erg ergturh ze zeturn fcg fcgturn
turn the trophy trophyIn tro trophyIn hY hYIn
In 1876 iS 6 the Palma Trophy dflgWaiba dflgWaibaIt ihdiftlb ihdiftlbIt
It war VAl bought by public subscription sub crlptJon of ofAmerican orAmenoLn ofAmerican
American riflemen and was put up to be beshot beshot beshot
shot for by b riflemen the world over The Theword Thlword Theword
word Palma signifies victory vletor The Thecup Thecup Thecup
cup is at present at Tiffanys in New NewYork NewYork ew ewYork
York where it was made madeAmerica madeAmerica madeAmerica
America Wins All But Two Ties TiesSince TicsSince TiesSince
Since it has been contented for America Ameri America Amerlhas ¬
ca has won It every oer year ear with the excep exception exception exception ¬
tion of 19W when it was wa won by the theCanadian theCanadian theCanadian
Canadian team and 1002 19t when Great GreatBritain OreatI GreatBritain
I Britain won It ItFor Itor itnor
For or the first live years ears of the compo competition compotltlon eompotltion ¬
tition the United States easily captured capturedIt
It For several years the Englishmen Englishmendid
did not compete having despaired of ofever oroer ofever
ever winning It and gave It to the team teamwinning teamwhtnlng teamwinning
winning by default The greatest num number numbtr number ¬
ber of countries that ever competed for forthe tcrthe forthe
the Palma Trophy was In the year ear of Its Itsinauguration ItghlJiuguratlon itsinauguration
inauguration when riflemen of seven sevennations sevennAtions sevennations
nations took part partAn partAn partAn
An Invitation has been b4 Ut1 received reeeh from fromFrance from11rRnce fromFrance
France for the National Also A o station tIon of ofAmerican orAmtrJcan ofAmerican
American RlfUnym to compete In the theInternational thpInternatIonal theinternational
International match of that country countrywhich countrywhich countrywhich
which will be held at Lyons Irom July
7 to 18 of this year Mr The Th Association has hasnot hasnot hasnot
not a as l yet et replied to their invitation It ItIs ItIs Itis
Is doubtful If it will accept as asthere there is isscarcely IKfKarcely isatareely
scarcely time enough to prepare a team teamfor tClmtor teamfor
for the event The match in France Is Isfor 18tor Isfor
for sporting rifles forty tort shots standing standingforty standingforty standingforty
forty shots kneeling and forty fort shots shotslying shotslying hots hotsIlng
lying dbwn The distance dt tance for all of ihw rhrevents ihwevents Ih Ihevent
events is I 30C c meters metersThe meterslhe metersThe
The meeting meetln at the Arlington yester yesterday yesterdu yostorday ¬
day du was not held specifically for the thepurpose thepurpHU thepurpose
purpose of discussing the Palma Trophy TrophyIncident lroph lrophIncldont TrophyIncident
Incident It Is the th regular annual meet meeting meetIng meeting ¬
ing of c the executive committee prior to tothe toUu tothe
the meeting cf the association at Sen SenGlit SeaGin SenGirt
Gin which this year will be held be between between between ¬
tween September 1 and 1 18
Trivial Ills No Longer LongerAn LongerAn LongerAn
An Excuse for Absence AbsenceNavy
Navy Department Employes Now Held toStricter to toStricter toStricter
Stricter Account AccountDays Days Off for Headache HeadacheCharged HeadacheCharged HeadacheCharged
Charged Up to Annual Leave
Had the headache was suffering sufferingfrom Buttorlngfrom sufferingfrom
from the toothache and attack of ofindigestion orIndigestion ofIndigestion
indigestion are no longer valid alld excuses excUHewfor OXCUHetIror excusesfor
for absence from the Navy Department DepartmentClerks Dep DepartmentClerks rtmcmt rtmcmtClerks
Clerks who absent themselves from fromoffice tromoffice fromoffice
office and do not produce positive proof proofthat prootthat proofthat
that serious lllnasH prevented them themfrom themtrom themfrom
from being at their desks de kB have all time timelost tlm tlmlost timelost
lost deducted from the thirtyday thlrtdn va vacation vacation a acatlon ¬
cation period granted each department departmentemploye dopartmentQmploye departmentemploye
employe employeThe QmployeTho employeThe
The timehonored thirtyday sick sickleave HickJaave sickleave
leave has been banished bAnl hod by Secretary SecretaryMoody SecretaryMoody
Moody 1 > Many tmy clerks have found to their theirHOrrow tholrorrow theirsorrow
sorrow that all absence since > > Ince January Januar 1 1has 1has 1has
has been charged up to their vacation vacationperiod vacationperiod acaUonperiod
period periodClerks periodClerks periodClerks
Clerks who arts a confined conn nod to their bed bedand bedand beds bedsand
and bring physicians certificates to toshow toshow toshow
show that they wore unable to work do dnnot donot donot
not have their absence deducted deduet d from fromtheir fronttheir runt runttheir
their annual leave leaves but the halfday and andoneday andoneday lndoneda
oneday oneda absences which wood to be becharged beohnrged becharged
charged up to sick leave 1M Ye upon the state statement statement to to toment ¬
ment of the abuonteethat ab onteethat he was 111 are arenow arenow arenow
now charged against the vacation vacationt
period When hen tiiry Lllr days of absence absenceare absoncoare absenceare
are scored against an employe an In Investigation Inv08t1gatlon invosttgation ¬
vestigation is instituted InHtitutedThis InHtitutWdThis institutedThis
This plan is said to have b been en adopt adopted adoptf adopted ¬
ed f d In the department 10 head off indif indifferent mdifforfmt indifforent ¬
ferent employee who are able to trump trumpup trumpup trumpup
up some trivial illness as nn excuse for forabsence forabsence torabsence
absence whenever hey wish to take taketime tuitetime taketime
VIENNA June 11 USolhvan Solhvun Ingcr a aformer nConner aformer
former Austrian army officer who train trained trnlncd trained ¬
ed the Mud Mullahs army in Somnll Somnlllitnd Somnlllund Somaliland
lund was WM married at the registrarsoffice registrars registrarsoflloe reglstrnrsotlloe
office In Budapest BudRpe t today to a rich
Dutch lady lad of Batavia Inger made the theceremony thec theceremony
ceremony c remOn unique by objecting to doff
his fez and by calling loudly on the theimtne thenama thename
imtne name of Allah throughout the ceremonyBest ceremony ceremonyBeat C4tremon C4tremonBest
Best Boards 8150 150 Per zoo 00 Feet FeetFrank FeetFrank FeetFrank
Frank Libbey Co 6th s N Y Ave
Gift G I f t of 0 f American A mencan Physi Physicians PI Physicians lYSI ¬ 1 1ians
cians ians to American AmericanV i iPeople
Simple Ceremonies at the theU theU theU
U S Naval Museum of ofHygiene ofHygiene ofHygiene
Hygiene Yesterday YesterdayUpon Yesterd Y YUpon
Upon the spacious and gently sloping slopinglawn slopingIn slopinglawn
lawn in front of the Unltod Unlt d States Na Naval Naal Naval ¬
val al Museum of Hygiene and Medical MedicalSchool MedicalSchool MedlcalSchool
School at the foot of Twentythird TwentythirdStreet TwentthlrdStreet TwentythirdStreet
Street and In the presence of the th Presi President Pr President sl sldent ¬
dent of the United Statos the members membersof
of the > American Medical Association Associationand Associationand Associationami
and a company of distinguished citizens citizensthere cUJCnsthere citizensthere
there was unveiled yesterday Ooittnla afternoon afternoona
a handsome bronze statue of Dr Benja Benjamin nnJamln Benjamin ¬
min Rush the great physician patriot patriotand patriotand patriotand
and philanthropist of Revolutionary Revolutionarytimes RovolUU1martimes Rovotutienarytimes °
times The statue is the gift of the theAmerican th thAmerlcun theAmerican
American Medical Association to the theAmerican thEAmerlcnn theAmerican
American people and was received and andaccepted andaccepted nd ndIlcccptoil
accepted for them by the President of ofthe orthl ofthe
the United States This association has hasbeen 118 118bc hazbeen
been bc n in session during the past weel at atAtlantic atAtlantic 1t 1tAtlantlc
Atlantic City and the members m mbers camE canuover camEovr carneover
over to Washington yesterday to partici particlrate participate pDrtlClfoate ¬
pate In the unveiling of this memorial memorialto
to one of the theforemost foremost of the pioneers of ofthtlr 0 0their oPtheir
their fraternity in America AmericaThe AmericaThe AmericaThe
The ceremonies were simple but ap appropriate appropriate appropriate ¬
propriate to the occasion and Impres Impressive ImpresshO impressiv ¬
sive siv adding as they the did one more more monu monujn monuJ11 monu1uent
jn 1uent nt at the National Capital to the thememory thememor thememory
memory memor of American patriots It stands standsat standsat standsat
at tho extreme front of the lawn facing facingnorthward tac1ngnQrthward facingnorthward
northward and overlooking Twenty Twentythird Twentythird Twcntythird
third Street About the statue which whichwas whichwas whichwas
was shrouded in a Blanket Inkel of white whitethere whitethere whitethere
there was erected a a tfnipqrary tfpfporar tt platform platformin
in semicircle which was i s occupied bthe b bthe bthe >
the members and guests of the associa association assoclatlon association ¬
tion a company numbering numb r1ngseoral several hun hundred hundred hundred ¬
dred parsons Some distance back of ofthe otthe ofthe
the stand wa was ns stationed the Marine MarineBand MariMcBand Irhu IrhuDand
Band which under the tl direction direction ofProf of ofProf etlroC
Prof fcmtelraann dantehrnann rendered ro durod natiftoul natiftoulveiling n nat at att
lxirii3part lxirii3partveilingeeremor h IJ JMIT 1JC t P urluf l2i lH1 lH1efllnB un 1 1
veilingeeremor veiling eeremorlM eeremorlMThe oeremot oeremotThe e eThe
The President Presid t Arrives ArrivesThe Aniv ArrivesThe s sTho
The beginning of tho exercises xoroiaes ero e8 was wassot wasslot s ss
sot s t for S i oclock and It VaB Wa only a fjfw fjfwm 1ifKminutes lvt lvtminutes
m minutes I nut es after that hour when the thePresidents thePresld thePresidents
Presidents Presld ntI carriage entered the thegrcund8 thegrcund8The thegrcundeThe grounds groundsThe
The President was accompanied by Mrs MrsRoosevelt MrsRoosevelt fr5
Roosevelt and Assistant Secretary SecretaryBarnes SecretaryBurnes SecretaryBarnes
Barnes He was met at the door of the theMuseum theMuseum theMuseum
Museum by b Dr J H Mussor of Phila Philadelphia PhlhLdelphia Phi Phidolphin ¬
delphia the president resldent of the Assocla Assoclationr AS80ctaUon Assoclation
tionr Uon Dr D L S McMurty lIIcturt of Louisville Louisvillethe Louisvillethe Louisvillethe
the incoming president Dr George H HSimons HSimons HSimons
Simons the secretary of the associa association aS8oclatIon association ¬
tion Dr J C Wilson Dr Frank FrankBillings Franknlllings FrankBillings
Billings and others who after a cordial cor cordial cordial ¬
dial exchange of Greetings with the thePresident thePresident thePresident
President escorted him to the platform platformThe plattormThe platformThe
The band bapd played America as the thePresident thePresident thePresident
President entered ente d the grounds and andmade andmade andmade
made his way to the stand The cere ceremonies ceremonMs ceremonids ¬
monies were begun by Dr Musser who whoin whoIn whoIn
in a short address addr s introduced Dr J J H HWilson HlIson HWilson
Wilson lIson of Philadelphia the orator of ofthe ofthe
the occasion In doing so Dr Museer Museermade Mussermade Ius8ermade
made brief reference to the life and andcharacter andcharacter andcharacter
character of the distinguished Revolu Revolutionary RevoluUonar Revolutionary ¬
tionary Uonar patriot and said that although althoughthere althoughthero althoughthere
there was one act of his whfoh wht + ih should shouldnot shouldnot shouldnott
not be condoned he nevertheless neverthelessstood neverthelessstooda stood stooda
a giant among th the heroes of the Revo Revolution Revolution Revolution ¬
lution and notwithstanding Ma weak weakness weakness weakness ¬
ness was one of whom not only onl his hisprofession hisproreeBlon hisprofession
profession but all Americans had Just Justreason JustroaJfOn justreason
reason to be proud proudMay proudny proudMay
May ny we so live he said that for fornil forall forall
all time we may show sho by b thought and andact nnd110t andact
act that In placing this tribute to this thishero thisluro thisOtero
hero luro of the Revolution we are honoring honoringourselves honorlnsouuelycs honoringourselves
ourselves fur more than we can honor honorhim honorhim honorhim
The Statue Unveiled Unveiledjust UnveiledJust Unveiledlust
just as Dr Wilson Wilson arose aro e to deliver f1 llver his hisrddrcss hisrdclross hisrddress
rddrcss the rope which held the shroud shroudabout shroudabout shroudabout
about the bronze was pulled and the thecovering theovering thecovering
covering fell gently away uwa revealing the thelifelike thelifelike thelifelike
lifelike statue of the man whom the theuiedicul thllnadicul themedical
uiedicul medical profession of the entire coun countr oount countr
tr t > delights to honor as the pioneer pioneerphysician pioneerilslclun pioneerphysician
physician ilslclun o of America Applause greeted greetedthe greetedthe greetedthe
the unveiling and as the covering fell fellIn CellIn fellin
In folds at the base of the monumentthe monument monumentthe monumenttill
the band played the natloniil air airDr airDr airDr
Dr Wilsons eulojjium was eloquent eloquentof
of the patriotic and humanitarian deeds deedsof deedso deedsof
of o Dr Rush He prefaced his remarks remarksby remarksby remarksby
by a statement in brief of the history historyof
of the effort to erect or t the monument monumentThe monumentThe monumentThe
The movement was started he saidtwenty said saidtwenty saidtwenty
twenty years ears ago and of the original originalcommittee originalcommittee originalcommittee
committee formed only one Is now nowalive nownllvaDr nowaliveDr
alive nllvaDr Dr S C Gordon of Maine As Asfinally Asllnall As11rally
finally llnall completed he said the statue statuewuj statueWltb statuewas
was > more elaborate than at first contotnplated con contemplated contemplated ¬
templated Nearly a century had hadpassed had11118e1 hadpassed
passed he said since Dr Rush was wnsgathered wusguthered wasgathered
gathered to his fathers He had his hlflvirtues hiliIrtues hisvirtues
virtues Irtues and his faults but he re was a agood agood agood
good citizen and a skillful skill CuI physiciankindly physician physiciankindly ph lchm lchmkindly
kindly and benevolent he was further furthermore furthermlre furthermere ¬
more u patriot and a philanthropist philanthropistSketch philanthropistSketch philanthropistSketch
Sketch of Dr Rush RushDr RilshDr RushDr
Dr Wilson l1son then proceeded to give an anelaborate aneluborute anelaborate
elaborate sketch of his very eventful eventfuland cventfulnnd eventfuland
and useful life referred to the fact factthat tuetthat factthat
that in addition to being a successful successfulpractitioner succosstulpractitioner successfulpractitioner
practitioner hewah he hUwn wntf p brilliant writer writerand writerand writerand
and student a a meniber m niber of the Conti Continental ConUnental Continental ¬
nental Congress a signer of the Declaration Decla Declaration Declaration ¬
ration of Independence physician gener genoraland general general ¬
al aland and surgeon general of the Conti Continental Continental Contlnontal ¬
nental Army Arm and for fourteen years yeurtreasurer yearstreasurer ealH ealHtreasuror
treasurer treasuror of the United States mint In InPhiladelphia InPhiladelphia inPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Dr Wilson paid hlfh hlfhtribute hhhtrlbutu hightribute
tribute to his work and characterized characterizedhim eharactorizedhimn
him u HH the forumost of tho early onr stu students studonti students ¬
dents of medicine me < 1lc1ne and hygiene in Amer America Amorleu Amerlea ¬
lea He concluded by presenting thestatue the thestatue1 thltatud
statue to the President Pre ldont as the gift of ofthe otthe ofthe
the American Medlobl Association A oclaUon to the theAmerican th thAmorloun theAmerican
American people peopleThe peoploThe peopleThe
The President Prosl ont was greeted with loud loudContinued lo loudContinued ld ldConUnued
Continued on Tenth Page
Bronze Memorial the Gift of the American Medical Association to the Ameri American AmenI Amencan American ¬ I
can People Unveiled Yesterday Afternoon AfternoonCripple AfternoonCripple AfternoonCripple
Cripple Creek Miners MinersDriven MinersDriven MinersDrivenOut
Driven DrivenOut Out of State StateSeej StatetSeg StateSe
tSeg Seej Se e r Refuge I Ref fuge u e1n4KnsusWh in Kansas a ansa5 Where ere They A Ane AneirAiped r rJQtJIDed r roRp
irAiped Dr oRp ed By ByM Militia MilitiaDestitute i Htap pestitatfe i 9 3i Cared CaredFor rei reiSfor GJ GJfor
Sfor for For By theSal tm t e S Sa ItafhJffAp atIon fi i erm ljfevi Y 1
SYRACUSE 4 Kan June U nIn In spite spileof spiteI spiteof
of I warning nrnlng from fromH from H W V Briant execu executive executie execut ¬
tie t ve officer In charge of the governors governorstiice governorsIc governorseiyce
eiyce tiice Ic at TepeJka TOp ka in the absence ab ence or orGovernor 0 0GClvernor oGovernor
Governor Bailey that the attorney attorneygeneral Attorne AttorneenenUuig attorneyenerstl
general enerstl enenUuig urge n tiff aggressiveness on the thepart thepart thepart
part of the Kansas K nsas authorities in deal dealing dtJ dtJlug dcaling ¬
ing with the miners rillnersdoportcd deported from fromColorado frOmColorado fromColorado
Colorado Sheriff Sh r fr John Grady declares declaresnone d declaresnone lares laresI laresnone I
none shall be b landed lI lded in Hamilton Hamiltoncounty Hamiltoncounty Hamiltoncounty
county countyThe countyOJhe countyThe
The miners sent sent out of VJctwr VJct r wore woreJHI wore woreset ere I It
set t adrift out dn n the tlieprainl prairies pralJl 8 Numbers Numbersof
of them tlse n returned to Colorado a large largenumber Iargtflumber largenumber
number being at Holly HOll Many of the themen themcn theinch
men deported were forced to leave leavewithout levewithout leavewithout
without funds or a change of clothing clothingHolly cwthlngHolly clothingHolly
Holly is Is thrbe miles west of the th Han KansasColorado KauaasColorado HanassColorado ¬
sasColorado border The men de deported depurted deported ¬
ported were cared for by b the people peopleafter peopleftor peopleaftor
after ftor they th had tramped back The TheSalvation TheU1vaUon TheSalvation
Salvation Army Arm is also caring for a alarge ahuge alarge
large number numberMilitia numborMilitia numberMilitia
Militia Act ActBrutally ActBrutallyThe Brutally BrutallyThe BrutallyThe
The militia In charge of the military militarytrain mUltar mUltartrain militarytrain
train It Is IsreJfOrtcdactod reported acted with extreme extremebrutality extrem extrembrutality extremebrutality
brutality while at Holly attacking the thestation thestation thestation
station agent and a local business man manthe manthe manthe
the agent lent being struck over the head headwith headwith headwith
with a revolver A clash was narrowly narrowlyaverted narrtwl narrtwlaverted narrowlyaverted
averted between residents of the town townand townand townand
and the th militia and in the event ol o a asecond usecond asecond
second train arriving there It will be al almost almost almost ¬
most impossible to avert trouble
Senator Cockrell Run RunDown RunDown dunDown
Down By a Bicycle BicyclePainfully BicyclePainfully bicyclePainfully
Painfully But Not Seriously Injured While WhileOn While1 While1On WhileOn
On His Way to Market MarketStatement MarketStatementBy Statement StatementBy
By Attending Physicians I
Knocked down violently by a bicycle bicyclewhile bicyclewhile bicyclewhile
while crossing the street at Fifteenth Fifteenthand Fifteenthand Fifteenthand
and Church Streets yesterday esterd on his hteway hiswa hisway
way wa to market Senator F M Cockrell Cockrellof
of Missouri 1I1 sourl who lives at IBIS 518 R Street Streetis StreetIs Streetis
is confined to his house with a sprained sprainedshoulder sprainedshoulder sprainedshoulder
shoulder which may ma give him trouble troublethough troublethough troublethough
though the attending physicians say saythey saythey saythey
they anticipate no serious results resultsThe ro resultsThe ults ultsThe
The Senator also has a badly bruised bruisedelbow bruisedolbow bruisedelbow
Text of Bulletin BulletinA BulletinA
A statement of these Injuries and of ofthe orthe ofthe
the accident Is given in the following followingbulletin tollowlngbulletin followingbulletin
bulletin Issued by b Drs Sowers and andMitchell andMitchel andMitchell
Mitchell MitchellSenator MitchelEenator MitchellSenator
Senator Cockrell was knocked down downby downby downby
by a nrovldiy rayldiy rapidly ridden bicycle but for fortunately t01tunatoly foftunatoly ¬
tunatoly was not seriously hurt A Acareful Aourotul Acareful
careful examination < umhmtlon shows a fracture fractureof frRctureot fractureof
of the neck of the right humerus a se severe severe severe ¬
vere contusion of the right elbow and anda
a contusion c < ntuslon on the right leg below the theknee UteImee theknee
knee The Senator will have to be bekent bekelt bekept
kent quiet more or r less s for about two twowtcks twoweks
rlciabout abouts oo
weeks bit moreteg nothing nothll1 no teg tegs at all serloua rlci IK s an anticipated KUtlclpated t ¬
ticipated t c 1 p ated C SOWERS
1 sO El1
Dr Sowers Is the family physiciansad physician physicianaid phy lcian lciannnl
aid Dr Mitchell was called in for con consultation eonultutlon con consultation ¬
sultation sultationThe sultationThe ultutlonThe
The accident happened about loJW I8 yrs yrsterday yesterday t tterda
terday terda morning A boy 1 > 0 about fourteen fourteenyears tnurtee1Ars tnurteetyears
years > Ars old was riding the bicycle He Heapologized HeupologZOO 1Ieapologized
apologized profusely for the aoelOent aoelOentSenator acelJemSpnator acelceniSenator
Senator Cockrell was only about thr throe thrcblo9ks throebloeks e eblorika
blorika from hU home H He i was near th3 thacurbing th3curbln th3curbing
curbing curbln and was crossing Church Street SweetIt StreetIt SueetIt
It Is his invariable custom every everymorning everymorning ver vermornlnb
morning to go to the P Street market
The miners are m In a pitiable pitiabletion pttl ble eondI I
tion Driven east ea t across the u State line lineby
by the militia they are forced to totrace re retrace r rtrace ¬
trace their steps by the Kansas Ka officers officersStrong oflceraStrong otlicersStrong
Strong pressure > > ree u is being beln brought to bear bearto bearto bearto
to makeSherltr make Sheriff Brady change his hS or orders ordera orders ¬
ders and allow aDo those tlHkie deported te4 a rf r rhe retdsge retdsgehere g ghere
Poole Badly Wanted Wanted WantedLINCOLN WantedLINCOLN
LINCOLN Neb June 1L lLTI 1LThe The e Las Ltacoln LbcoIn Lascola
coIn police have been warned Yo by y the tueColorado ttMC theColorado
Colorado C lorado authorities to be on tie look lookout JooIt000t lookout ¬
out for Victor teole Poole a union miner minersuspected rmtnersuspected Mr MrUlipected
suspected of being implicated lit the In InoVpendence Inpendefte6 Inpendenee
oVpendence pendefte6 dynamite QY llnflte horror horrorA hoITorA horroeA
A reward of 63600 eoo is offered O < < red for Pooles Poolesarrest Poole Poolearrel Poolesarrest
arrest arrel t
Must Remain Orderly OrderlyST OrderlyST OrderlyST
ST LOUIS June Jun 11 11U If the deported deportedminers dep deportedminers rtecl rteclminers
miners from rttm Colorado Colorado Col rado eater Kansas 1Can It aneas as aspeaceable aspeaceble aspeaceable
peaceable citizens clUzeA8 they will not be molested mo molested M0lested ¬
lested said Governor Bailer Balle of Ka Katoday Katoday Kansas Kansastoday
today He added addedUntil addedUnttl addedUntil
Until they have violated vJol < < t4d some law lawit laWIt lawit
it la presumed that they are lawabiding lawabidingcitizens 1awbktl 1awbktlclUzqn kwabtdlagcitizens
citizens and we believe we e are abund abundantly abuadantly abundantly ¬
antly able to maintain law la and order ord I Ibcileve IbJfe8 Ibelieve
believe Sheriff Brady made a mistake mistakeIn
In turning the miners out o the State Stateunless Stateunless Stateunless
unless they had committed some ome unlaw unlawful m sMw sMwful w wful ¬
ful act Doubtless Doubtle he bettered lIeyed ho had hadtfood hadgood MM1 MM1ood
good ood reason reason for doing doin wheat t ho n 4M
and from there proceed to tHe Capitol CapitolWhen Caltitolhen CakitolWhen
When hen knocked down he fell on his right rightside rIatItside rightside
side A man who was passing ran to tohis tohis
his assistance as istunee and almost atmo t sit ii fH 1 same rimetime sametime 11Ie 11Ietime I
time J Billings a personal penon 1 fried f d of ofSenator f fSenator f fSenator
Senator Cockrell happened tJ t cuue cuttI tpand up upand lop lopand
and aaritit fat him to Ills feet ins e Senator Sen Senator ¬ I Iator
ator declined d lIned to wait for a carriage carria and andwith andwith 1 1wIth
with the assistance aa l tance of friends was w able ableto ableto ableto
to get home homeSeventy homeSeventy hornsSeventy
Seventy Years of Age AgeSenator AgeSenator AgeSenator
Senator Cockrell is seventy years old oldand oklo okloand oldand
and it was feared that the shock might mightprove m1Ptprove mightprove
prove serious but his friends feel very verymuch ry rymuch r I Imuch
much encouraged over the statement of ofhte oChkJ ofhis
his physician physicianThe physicianThe physicianThe
The boy 00 who ho was responsible for the theaccident tileaccident theaccident
accident gave his hi name and nd address to tothe tothe I Ithe
the Senator but it was stated Ittat by the thefamily thefamily I
family tamll last night that tIta t the paper giving tviDl tviDlthe >
the address addre had been lost lostSTEERAGE JoatSTEERAGE lostSTEERAGE
lean liner St Louis lou sailed today with withevery elthevery Ith Ithever
every ever available space a h the steerage steeragefilled st stftned stewagefille
filled fille There were enough enou applications applicationsfor a ppllcatlolUlfor l cad cadlA ohs ohsfor
for the 19 tt > steerage liJt rale passage refused Nt to tofill toun totill
fill another boat boatCALLED boatCALLED boatCALLED
Baron LadMatM Lad HengeimuDer Henpl the theAuatrian theJLWltMan theAustrian
Austrian ajnoaandor called on the thefurt thePreflfdent thePresident
President aRtoosy to bM hint fart furtma farttII faint faintwell
well tII before beta cJelJU1Jnc de parting today tuda to j aia aiaBar nhis n nh
ma h J family at atthe Bar Bar r Harbor I arbor Me for tortue forthe
the summer
BY JUDGE JUDGECommonwealths NICOL NICOLCOIl1mOnvealths
Commonwealths Attor Attorney Attorney Attorney ¬
ney Is Again Caught CaughtNapping CaughtNapping CaughtNapping
Napping NappingTRIAL NappingTRIAL NappingTRIAL
Matter Will Come Up on Its ItsMerits ItslYerits ItsMerits
Merits at Regular Term TermJune TermJune TermJune
June 27 21By 27TI 27By
By TI taking takl c advantage vaatqe of a mistake on onthe ontbe onthe
the part partot of Crandall Oraft alt Mackey Maeke Common Commonwealths Commonweltk Commonwelths ¬
wealths weltk attorney for Alexandria coun county countJ counts ¬
ty tJ Va Attorneys A Francis Smith C C CCorlln CCarlin CCardin
Corlln and Edmund Burke wio repre represent sepresent represent ¬
sent John Marriott Hill and Ii i t other othtrIioprietora tthtrI otherItoprietore
I Iioprietora IloPrletora of the s Asaph poeiroomgained poolroom poolroomg
gained g gU lined ed at the he beorhg rhg of the caaes c at atAlexandria atAlexaJldrla atAlexandria
Alexandria yesterday ye tetdlLy afternoon an another anther another ¬
other ther continuance of the th cafe against againstth apJnstth11 againsttheir
their th lr clients The hearing pas aB before beforeJudge beforeJud beforeJudge
Judge Jud CV C E Nicol Ni ol of the circuit clr ult court courtThe courtlh courtThe
The lh point poin t they made was that the thenotice th thnotice thenotice
notice served s rYed by Mackey to t the effect effectthat eUe eUethat effectthat
that he had Wed Ale l a demurrer to the thewrit thewrit thewrit
writ of prohibition which Judge Nicol Nieolgranted NicolIraated Nicolgranted
granted at the request n ue t of Hill lulls a attoraeys attor attorneys attor1eys ¬
neys wa war a notic to James M Hill Hillwhereas BUIwhereas Hillwhereas
whereas the warrant which called lor lorHilts tlJrHms torHills
Hilts appearance ap rance before Justice of the thePeace thePeace thePeace
Peace Hagan was for the arrest of J JM JM JM <
M Hill HillThe HUtThe HillThe
The writ of prohibition counsel Cun unsel l for forHiH torHill forHilt
Hill argued was in behalf of J M MHiU MHi MHilt
Hilt Hi and there was no case at bar t Ui Uiwhich 1nwhich i iwhich
which James 3 X Hill figured Mr dr Hill s sname sname sname
name they told the court wa was John JohnMarriott JohnMarriott JohnMarriott
Marriott Hill HillMackey Hill1tIackey HillMackey
Mackey Twice Napping NappingThis NappingThis NappingThis
This te the second time the St Asaph Asaphattorneys Asaphattorneys Asaphattorneys
attorneys have caught Mackey napping nappingThey nappingthey nappingThey
They caught him III at Manasflas last Sat Saturday Satunsay Saturday ¬
urday when he failed to bring the theoriginal theoriginal theoriginal
original papers In the case ca e to court and andthereby anlthereb andthereby
thereby thereb gained a weeks o delay > ay Yester Yesterday YetiteTetay Yeeterday ¬
day they caught him hi again for Judgo JudgeNJooi JudgoNJooI JudgoMeal
NJooi sustained their t etr objection to tb tbnotfe tot tot4Ilee theee
4Ilee ee potl notfe cae s with the result thaty0atpoaefl that thatrn thattL1
tL1 iii if rn fJOIttponed n wTXWtponed y0atpoaefl until Montoy Mon Monly MonJDt
toy ly Jtme JDt Jan ST when the regular term term4JH termthe termds
4JH tn the eowty a mUty court of Alexandriabegins Alexandria AlexandriaJsftsMjrwtn Alexandriaw
JsftsMjrwtn w ll begins Judge Nicol will stfoe sit s t tf
1 foe vjflHR Uellreot Teo cwsrt t and will hear U the case3 case3hs cast castfe caatt1I
fe t1I hs Vlrtw tails both jxrtrtts made madejHarfrtfrlrJ madeBJII mader
jHarfrtfrlrJ r mils HSU atiCbmeys attOra rttcraeys have havebeen havebe havebeen x
been be pare r teaho t dMteanttM agtfos and aDdmade andt4lta11 andt4lta11made Basses Bassesmade
made with wftka ft view 1 w t to Al ckojaf trying tn tncase t the thecase h hca
case ca sic tt Its merits Nevertheless 1 verthele they theywere th theywere Y Ywere
were well made In n both cases and each eachtime eachtime eachtime
time the Judge sustained au taIDed them without withouthesitation withouthe withouthesitation
hesitation he Ua tlOA
The Humorous Side SideYesterdays SideYe SideYesterdays
Ye Yesterdays tenla7s wanes ea ee was not without Its Itshumorous ItshHllOlOaS itshuntoeoee
humorous side lasted I8St d of beginning at atX atZ atS
X oclock it did not begin until nrl nearly 3 3as 3Jud Sas
as Judge Jud < < e Nicol was wa detained Instead Insteadof
of lasting until 6 oclock as had ben benS3G beenexpected n nexpeeted
expected It carne to an end short shortly after afttrIS afterlL
S3G lL All this his was because Charley CharUyCarttn CharlyCarIta CharleyCarlin
Carttn nailed sled Mackey in the very first firstround fir firrodD fiatrouml
round rodD when he read the objections he heand h hand hJMl
and JMl his colleagues eol1 es presented Pft ented to t Mackeysdemurrer Mackeys Mackeysdemurrer s sdemurrer
demurrer to the writ of prohibition prohibitionthey problblt1onthey prohibitionthey
they had obtained to prevent their theirclients theircHents theirClients
clients appearing ap in before Justice Hagan LinguaThese HaganThese HaglllTheile
These objections were er ertwln ertwined twined with witalearned witil1earnecI withlearned
learned legal verbiage w wI wrieh h l lt > st none noneof noneo noneof
of o its effect e < < ect when ben it was borne to t tH tre trecas e eears
ears cas 8 of C the judge upon the soft and andgentle an aneatle andgentle
gentle eatle voice TO of Mr Carlin The two twomain t twomania w wmatn
main points made in the objections obje < tloos were werethe weNtlte werethe
the error in the name contained In thenotice the thenotice thenotJee
notice and lid tb the want of powr power on ticpart the thea thepart
part of t the judge to grant a hearing hearinga
a writ of prohibition during a vacuti vacatkl vacatklAAer i iAfter r rAlter
After he had a4 read the objections M Ml Mr MrI I IcarlIlt
l carlIlt dia expounded the Jaw to Judge Ju4 < < c Ni Nieel
I eel and dwelt upon the points he wish wished wlshto wished ¬
ed to make His talk was brief and tj tjthe Uthe t tthe
the point sad JIJ most t gracefully deUv deUvC dd ddoed
C oed e ped ed Then he e sat t down downMr 40wILMr downMr
Mr Burke Shut Off OffMr OffIr OffMr
Mr Ir Burke his colh colleague eoUu ague got on Ms MsIre hfsfeet hsfeet
feet and ad expced a d desire Ire to Indulge Indulgein
in oratory He paused for a minute a athoughtful a atho1Ishtlul athoughtful
thoughtful and dignified expression cx exression re8Si < n upon uponhis UPURhIa uponhis
his countenance Mr Burke is of ample amplebuild am amplebuild e ebutkl
build an and MA W whole appearance is intpeesatve im impressive Imprrve ¬
pressive Fixing ate steady atead gray eyes rytaI t eyesupon > ts tsupon
I upon J Judge Nicol he opened up upi upwe upBef
i Befoy Bef J we go further Mr Burkesaid Burke Burkesaid Burkeaid
said Jdge J Nicol YJceI w we will hear Mr Mrand XrMaeke7a MrMeekeys
Maeke7a answer to the objections you youand U UtUHl
and your colleagues coUeacu have preseated presentedMr preseatedIr preseatedMr
Mr Ir Burke sat down downIt dOWDIt downIt
It was up to Mackey Jllack > but Mackey Mackeywas MackeyDOt Mackeywas
was not quite up to it He H sought soughtrefuge aD1htretv soughtretuge
refuge retv in oratory oratoryYour oratoryYCNr oratoryYour
Your honor this Is nothing but a aquibble clquibble aquibble
quibble Counsel for the defendant deft > ndaot quib quibbled quibbIH qulbbted ¬
bled at Manassas alJ last Saturday and andthey andtbe andthey
they tbe are quibbling now They refuse refuseto refuseto refuseto
to try th t the case on its merits We W t agreed agreedto
at M Manuals to try the case ca t on Its Usmerits ItsIt itsmerits
merits It today but now they quibbleHere quibble quibbleHere tl u ibWe ibWeHere
Here Mr r Mackey Macke paused pau ed and studied studiedthe studiedthe studiedthe
the copy of the objections which Mr MrCarlin MrCarUn DlrCarlin
Carlin had turned turD over TO o him himThey himqbbIIaIc himThey
They are quibbling repeated n eated the theCommoKwealthft theCOllulth theComenisnwealths
CommoKwealthft aftor a ae fey > ey when he began be beAW bePD
PD again AU they want your our honor honorttf honorto honors
ttf to delay the trial of these cases so sothe g graeetrack sothe
the racetrack people can run theirgamtbltng their thrlrgambling lhflrpHtblhac
gambling game paW and make moey mOi enough enoughto eno h hto
to pay co coupael fees fHeColonel feesColonel
Colonel Smith Objects ObjectsI
I object your JOUl honor said ald al Colonel ColonelSmith ColonelSRlttll ColonelsitiitM
Smith rising to his feet feetColonel ietCeIorl feetColonel
Colonel Smith is an elderly man m and andto andfa andis
to consMered one tIn of the aoltst anie t lawyers lawyorsat law rS rSat
at the Alexandria bar To his door doorto dOorlaid dooris
to laid the skillful drawing eltawin < < of all the thepapers thepapeon thepapers
papers in the St Asaph cas < as < us B well wellas wellthe wellas
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I withdraw che ire statement as a regards regardsColonel repr reprColonel regardsColonel
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