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2 THE WASHINGTON V TIMES iII E WEDNESDAY w EaNESIt DECEMBER M 11 1101 101
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Cannon tnon designated delll the fottowteg as the thojitlect tMItd thelest
jitlect lest committee of aeren aeren to draw up upthe upthe upthe
the articles of impeachment lmpstlmehtt eut In the tlteof earn earnf
of > f Judge Charles Swayne SwaynePalmer SWaftePalmer Swayne1almer
Palmer Pennsylvania Gillett Cali California CalIfOfnla Calltornia ¬
i fornia Parker New Jersey Uttlefleld UttlefleldMaine LtttleAeJdaine
Maine aine and Power Powen Massachusetts Bc Bcpublicans Be Bepl1bllcamli Republicans
publicans and Clayton Alabama A1a and andr aa4De andDe
r De e Armond Missouri Jillourt Democrat DemocratsIntereat DemocratInterest DemoerauIntereat
Intereat in yesterdays yeater ar artnt proceedings proceedingst woceedbngsntered
t tnt ntered red around Representative Palmer Palmerho Palmerwho Palmertv
who tv ho led the fight gallantly for the im impeachment Imrfacbment ImIe ¬
peachment Ie tchment of Judg Iud Swayne The other otherspeakers otberfpeakere otherspeakers
speakers included Representatives epreaent ves Clay Clayton Clayton Clayton ¬
ton Henry of Texas QtUett Powers of ofMassachusetts ofltqaebwsetts ofMasaaehuaetts
Massachusetts Lamar of Florida 1110 and andUttlefleld andLitUeneld andTAttlefleld
Uttlefleld of Maine Of these only onlyMossrs onlyMtss onlyM
M Mossrs Mtss ssrg Gltlett and Littlefleid attempted attemptedany attemptedaIO
aIO any nth defense of Judge Swayne and they theycondemned theyondemned theycondemned
condemned him for the rendition to the theGovernment theIwtrnment theGovernment
Government of false certificates of cc cccunt ac account acunt ¬
count countIn cuntIn unt untIn
In this tit special regard indeed Mr tr Lit Littlefleld LlttTneld Litd
tlefleld d went further than anyone else elselie ellleHe elselie
lie said if Judge Iud Swayne has been guilty guiltyt aulltyot guiltyof
t ot > f this offense he has violated the crimi crimtnal criminal ertmlliftl ¬
nal laws I of the United States and is issubject IsHlbject Iaiubject
subject to the penalty of fine ana and Jm haprsonment JmI lmJrsonment
Jrsonment I > r sonment
JrsonmentGilletts
Gilletts Defame DefameMr Dei DeiMr DefaaasMr
Mr Gittett Gillett who had written the minor minority Jl ftorlty minority ¬
ity report Ort favorable to Judge Swayne Swayneespoused 8WaYluspouaecl Swayneespousal
espoused big cause generally I on the floor floorot ftootII
ot 1 the House He said he 5dkt did not con consider eonI conalder ¬
alder I tr Judge Swaynea use of the private privatecars privateaIS privatectrs
cars aIS of a railroad whose w affairs a < were werebeing werebeinc
being administered in his court an Im 1mpeachabie Impfacbable impeachabie
peachabie offense offenseJudge oft oftJudxe
Judge Swaynea use of this car was wasan wasan
an application to his own use ue of the thefunds tbefunds thefunds
funds of this company interposed Mr MrPalmer MrPalmer liePalmer
Palmer How much of the property of ofu ofu ofu
u bankrupt railroad does the gentleman gentlemanthink ftt1elllanthJnk gentlemanthink
think a judge must take before he can canbo canb
b 1 bo impeached impeachedRepresentative JmpeaebedRepreHfttatift impeachedRepresentative
Representative Powers made one of ofthe otthe ofthe
the most eloquent speeches 8PMC of the day daylie dayHe day1e
lie declaimed bitterly against the ex exc exlMlslve exresa1ve
c lMlslve asive punishment Judge Jude Swayne had hadimpoiied hadj hadmposed
j impoiied ed on Belden and Davis in viola violation YIoIat violavon ¬
von t n of right and the express law aw of theland the theland j jla
la land nd
Should Know the LAW LAWJudge LawJudce LawJudge
Judge Swayne knew He was wutl1e violating vWathicthe violatingthe
the law said Mr Powers PowersMr PoweraMr PowersMr
Mr LUtlefleM offered instant objec objection 0bjection objsetlon ¬
tion to Mr Powers statement statementThat statementThat tatellttrhat
That Judge Swayne knew lute he was wasviolating w wio1atin wasnotating
violating the law cannot 1M alms the theentleman thegentIemana th thgentlemans
gentlemans entleman lmowi knowledgeaa1 knowledge ttrfd litrLittle litrLittlefield Mr rLIttJe rLIttJeftEld jLtttte jLttttefield
field fieldWell Well veil at any rate rete rejoined Mr MrPowers Mrrowen tr trPowers
Powers every man is lPftllWlled presumed to toknow toknow toknow
know the law and the presumption cer certainly certainly certainly ¬
tainly should apply to members of the thejudiciary thejudiciary thejudiciary
judiciary judiciaryThere judiciaryThere judiciaryThere
There was a roar of appreciative appreciativelaughter appreclatiTelaughter appreciativelaughter
laughter laughterSmall laughterMACHEN laughterMACHEN
MACHEN CASE NOW NOWNEAR NO NONEAR
NEAR A FINISH FINISHSmall FINISHSmall
i Small Possibility of Further FurtherLegal I ILegal
Legal Legal Entanglement EntanglementIn Entanglement EntanglementIn
I IIn
In view Iew of the finding by b the Court Courtof Courtof Courtof
of Appeals of the District of CoJmnbta CoJmnbtame CohIIa CohIIaI c cthe
me I he general belief prevails that Maehenand Maehen Maehenand Kacheaand
and his codefendants in the Postomce PatoMeenmsptracy Postomceonspirncy toIIIce toIIIcenlSplrac
onspirncy nlSplrac case will have to serve their theirr theirnhncs
r ntrnctt of two years each and pay paytines paynines 7 7nutS
tines of SIMM 11 Mti01 each h without much uch further fur further furtler ¬
ther legal wrangling wranglingThe wranxUBcThe wranglingThe
The only onl way wa the case can be brought broughtbefore 1aroachtbdore broughtbdore
bdore the Supreme S Court of ortbe the United TnlttdStates tYnit UnitedState l lStates
States is an application for a writ of ofcrtlorark ot otrUorarl ofc
c crtlorark rUorarl sad 1 has been the tbfJ practice practiceof pr ins instir
of J r that tribunal invariably to refuseuch refuse refusesuch retuesuch
such uch writs unless there has been beeftmanJteat some somemanifest somemanifest
manifest miscarriage Jn carrta of Justice JI Such SuchUoes Sudatioes Suchdoes
does not appear to have ve been the case casein cue1n casein
in this Instance InstanceThe lft81fteeThe InstanceThe
The Bill of Except ExeepdwMThe
The bill of exceptions alleging error in inthe 1ftthe inthe
the original ort 1 trial covered a almost every everyconceivable 8ftr7cOllctlvaWe everycouceivairle
conceivable ground for objection on be behalf be behalt behalf ¬
half of the defendants This document documentwan docwBeDtaM documentwas
wan aM passed on by b the District Court of ofAppeals otppeaJa ofAppeals
Appeals ppeaJa yesterday with the result that thatro tbatno thatro
ro substantial error was found tou and the theGovernment eHunnuDeDt thetiuver
tiuver Government nment was upheld in every same essential sametial a at ¬
tial t al particular particularA
A reconsideration of the etas ase by b the theiiility tMurt thetourt
tourt urt of Appeal in of course a ahlUty poasi poasiimiUty
iiility but in view of the unusually ex exhaustive exbausUYe exhaustive ¬
haustive character of Justice Jtlee8bepud Jtlee8bepudinJon Bhepards Shepardsptnlon Bhepardspinion
pinion inJon and the concurrence of his hl col colleagues cot cot1fa eolteagues ¬
leagues 1fa it seems that a re rconderaUon rconderaUoniould rlCOlWcJeraUonuuJd onsideratIon onsideratIonwould
would uuJd with little likelihood change chan the thecourts t tcourts thecourts
courts understanding u understand ncU of the case rae
Machen Machens a lawyers have ve declared that
thy th y will apply to the Supreme S Court Courtnf Courtut
nf r the th United States for a writ of cer certiorari Hriilrkri cert
tiorari t orari and a review there of the Court Courtut CourtIt
ut > f Appeals opinion This Th proceeding Proceedl
v111 vill be expensive in the extreme e and andaa aQdas andas
as stated above abo will in all probability
met Ht 1 with failuein failure failureIn taUUIj
In j n any event fifteen ftfteen days day must t elapse
I l fore the mandate of the Court of oflJlals
Appeals lJlals is returned during w1nlr which Meb time timethe tba tbathe timethe
the lawyers will map out their plans
Judge John F Kumler of Toledo Onto
Irenz I j renxg s lawyer is en route here her to toinfer to toe
e infer nfer with the Machen and Gross Orosscounsel OrunHlo Grosscounsel
counsel counselv counselAt unHlo unHloAt
At the PcwtofBce DeDarbDeDt t today It ItY Itv
v all ts aam said Id by persons high in authority
that further prosecutions pro will be hurried
during the next few months monthsMany JftOnthaMany monthsMany
Many Indictments which hlch have not been beenpressed beeaprtNed beenpressed
pressed on account of the heavy legal legalwork leplwork legalwork
work attending Machens Xachen conviction and
the following appeal will now receive rttcetveattention receiveattention r eeiveattention
attention attentionIn
In I n addition to the conspiracy verdict verdictt verdictun
t un Jn > n which this conviction was obtained obtainedchen
Macheu chen was a indicted 1nda too on thirteen other othercharge otherc
c charge and various people appeared appearedwith appearedwith
with Hh him in the indictmentThe 1r41dmentfhe indictment IndictmentsThe
The department will not consider itself
handicapped by Machen going eo to the thepenitentiary thenitenllary thepenitentiary
penitentiary nitenllary if his appeal to the Su Supreme Su Supreme SujJreme ¬
preme Court of ottbe the United States falls falla2n fall
in trying try InK to convict the others included includedwith Includedwllh includedwitht
witht withtHDADCEDS with him himHEADACHES hmXDADACIIDS
HEADACHES PROM COLDS COXOJSUOCATXY COLDSLA COTDZLAXATIVE
LAXATIVE LA ATIV BJtOMO QUININE QUININE E removes reIIIOY UM UMr UsatH theeauee
atH r uM To et UM gauiiM genataename oaU u for UM full fullnam tunname
nam name and look for the signature lcnatur of K E W WUrove WUruve WUruYe
Urove 25 CMita 0515
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PROSECUTOR RAND SEEKS SEEKSTO SEEKSTO SEEKSTO
TO DRAG IN SMITHCCMu SMITH SMITHContinued SMITHCsetiit
CCMu Continued ssd from First Page Pagetton PaptJoa Pagetioa
tton would show that Smith had been beenhelped eeaJMMl been1MIpd
helped JMMl toy Miss Pattersons father to toescape toNeape toescape
escape came as a surprise t tIn ta revcyot revcyotin veryort veryortin
in the courtroom After coutit co t had ad adjourned adjoqmed adjogened ¬
journed Mr Patterson said he desired desiredto
to make a statement lnlnt refuting reluU toe uetlOft assertion asser assertion ¬
tion of Mr Rand and explaining expIaiB what whathe WMtbe whathe
he had done but Mr Levy told him to tomake tomake tomake
make no statement to anyone anyoneStarn 1UlJ00eStarn anyoneStern
Starn on the Stand StandHyman StandI StandIIyman
Hyman Stern a pawnbroker was w en enthe Oftthe onthe
I the stand late in the afternoon He was wastoo watoo wastoo
too ill to appear at the first trIaL trlaLMr trIaLMr ttiaLMr
Mr Stern examined exaJ lned the revolver pine Iaode pinede pJacde
de In his hand by Mr Rand and andhe said saidhe saidbe
he had it In his store until he had sold soldit oldIt soldit
it on June 3 tQ 3Q So SoQ
Q To whom did you milk Mil JU A To T a aman aman aman
man and a lady ladyQ 1ad7Q ladyQ
Q Where A I was feinty la IIt shop lon be behind be behind bebind ¬
hind the counter they frsjra mere In front frontThey rmttThey ont ontThey
They had com coats in together togetherQ
Q Q Can you describe the man A H Hwas Btaller He Hewas
was taller than I for I had te oak upJato upInto up upinto
into his face His chin was dean deanshaven deaRi deanahaven
i shaven but I do not know If f he had a amustache amuataebe amustache
mustache He was proportionately well wellbuilt weltbuilt wailbuilt
built The lady Iad was smaller I cannot cannotdescribe eumotde8er1be cannotdescribe
describe her dress dressMr dreMMr dressDlr
Mr Mr Stern said he had visited Istt tilt dis district district dlitriet ¬
trict attorneys office on June t and andhad andhad andlad
had been taken to visit the womens womensprison 1NIftCnprlaon wemeusprison
prison He looked into the corridor and aJMIa j ja
a young woman glanced aBCeCI up and upon uponseeing uponseeing
seeing him walked away through an anopen anopen anopen
open door Into another room roomInto roo rooInto roomInto
Into a cell suggested Mr Read RsstdH a4 ReadHe
H He Daosat KMW XuwI xaewpawnbroker J JT I
T 1be > e pawnbroker agreed and then tbenLevy W WLevy Ig IgLevy
I Levy cresseaatadned cross examined him He H Hq did not notknow noti notknow
i know at what time the revolver 1WC Iverbeen had Iasdbeen hadbeen
been sold on June S I but lie closes eIt eItJIee heplace his hispace
JIee pace at I oclock and his books show showthat showthat ow owthat
that be made three sales afterward on onthat oathat ellthat
that day da He said he had gone e to the theprison tJMpIIiaoa thepa
prison pa soot to see the defendant but Ji > an B she shewalked ewalked shewalked
walked away awa upon catching sight o htm htmhe hbahe ldmhe
he had not had a good look at at her He Heafterward Heafterward Heafterward
afterward went to the coroners court courtwhere courtwhere courtwhere
where he e had an unobstructed view viewKan YlewNaB viewNan
NaB stand up directed Mr Levy Levyturning LeYyturnt Levyturning
turning turnt to the young you woman man She obeyed obey obeyed obeyed ¬
ed mechanically and looked up at the thewindow theWindow thewindow
window above the witness witnessNow witn witnNo witnessNow
Now No continued the lawyer u say If Ifshe Itahe Ifshe
she was the woman who was in your yourstore youratoIe yourr
store storeMr atoIeIt
Mr r Stern bent forward pith JU bin eyes eyesou qeaou eyeson
ou the defendant He hesitated heal lor some somemoments somemoments e eJQOIIteftU
moments while hUe she perceptibly pe t lJ soiyered soiyeredThen lyeredTben abtyeredThey
Then he said II1d OW Well ell I canH ean cant t tell youWhat you youWh youWkat
Wh What t Kewstty oy Saw SawJoseph SawJaeepb sawJoseph
Joseph Hewitt jr of 431 West Sixty Sixtyfourth atxtyfourtb Rixtyfourth
fourth Street advanced anced to the witne witnestand witness witnesslalld witnessstand
stand on crutches as his right leg 1 was wasmissing wumlulnc wasmiming
missing lie has been a newsboy for foreight foretaht foreight
eight years and he now no has a stand at atFiftyninth atFiftyninth atFiftyninth
Fiftyninth Street and Eighth Avenue AvenueHe AveBueHe AvenueHe
He said he had known Nan Patterson Pattersonwho Pattenonwho Pattersonwho
who had been one of his customers customersHe eUMOIDetLIfe customersHe
He testified that he had seen her on onthe onthe onthe
the evening veR IC of June 3 near the Pabst PabstHotel PautHotel PabstHotel
Hotel with a man whom he had seen seenbefore se n nbefore nbEtore
before He heard some loud voices and andsaw atdw andsaw
saw w her coming eoI tq out of the restaurant restaurantThe lftttaurantThe restaurantThe
The man with wit her exetakned Youll Youllhave Youlibave Youllbare
have to do it and she retorted I Iwont 1wt Iwont
wont wontQ wtQ wontQ
Q Q What did the man do then tbflftIie A AHe AHe
He haute hauled oft and struck her In the theface tberae theface
face faceQ rae faceQ
raeQ
Q Q With his fist or open hand A 1dont 1 1dont Idont
dont know I didnt see He 1e bundled bundledher bundledher bundledher
her quickly into a a cab at the curb curbQ curbQ j
Q Would you know him again aplnYN A AYe AYes
Ye YN YesHewitt i iHewitt I
Hewitt identified a photograph rf rfSmith fIth etSm1th
Smith th as the man n who had struck Nail KanPatterson NailPatter8On NanPatterson
Patterson Mr Levy asked ked the th court courtto courtto
to strike from the record all of Hewitt Hewitt1testimony HewittttsUMony Ilewittstestimony
testimony as immaterial Judge Davis Davisdenied Du Daviadenied Is IsdenlecI
denied the motion for the time but said saidit saidit Id IdIt
it could be renewed later laterTt laterTimes j jTimes
Times Tt Want Ad Branch BranchWant BrancJtWant BranchWant
Want advertisements and subscriptions subscriptionsfor u riptlon riptlonfor
for The Evening Evenl and Sunday Times will willi willbe
b be received Ived at regular re lar office rates ratt > 1I at at3enlners
Drug Store corner Hth and
You Streets northwest
Vonder What Mertz Will Say Sayfotiay SayfotiayStets Today TodayStore TodayoSter
Store eteses at 6 p m dally clall 9 p m Saturday Saturiays1J SaturdayrVERY saturilayEVERY
of EVERY rVERY 1J RY reason in the thevrorld th I Iworld
5 M world Urges urge s you to toprofit toprofit
F 0 o profit profitin byhese by these Stock Reduc Reducing Reaucing Re uc
ing in Sale specials in Mertz MertzTsLiIoring MertzT I
Tailoring T Small prices priceshighest IJ I
highest quality workman workmanship worman wormanshipsatisfaction workxn a n ¬ II IIshipsatisfaction
ship shipsatisfaction satisfaction guaranteed I I
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for Suit to Order OrderAbout OrderAbout OrderAbout
About a dosen new styles 1 added addedto 4484to addedto
to the line It of t standard J16 sultl sultlbest sultinga sultingaIncluding ultt
inclucUn Including lane black Thibet and the
best plain n and fancy weaves wea VN Fit Fitand Fitand Fitand
and style guarant paranteed
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for Trousers to Order OrderHalf OrderHalf Orderhalf
Half a dosen new styles hl have havebeen lutebeen havebeen
been added to the line of tine nn wor worsted worted worated ¬
sted ted and other neat striped tri tripe tt d Trouaerlagg Trou Trousertops 1rounulne
sertops genuine nulne 6 values valu to order urderfor urdtrtor ordertor
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From the New York WerW WerWWITNESSES WeridWITNESSES WerhiWITNESSES
WITNESSES AT NAN PATTERSONS TRIAL
CARRIERS t In 1 1ELECr Ay AyELECTNEVYCunvingllam A Y
ELECr ELECTNEVYCunvingllam NEW rt1EN rt1ENCUlll
Cuttnin CUlll iuf ham and KelWr KelWrMay Iell ICelIeIIaY iat iatMay
May Be forced orceclOut orceclOutNO Out OutNO OutNO
NO STATUS IN DEPARTMENT DEPARTMENTT
n r rwe
T we W Preeidaats P f88t d Mats Would W 0tI I d Not Not 0 Be B e Recog Recognfcee R Recogniae ecog ecognise
nfcee niae if The They Sought to Influence InfluencePifrik InfluenceP InfluencePublic
Pifrik P Public Uc Officials OfficialsIt DmcialsIt
It J is write quit likely that the ltamiasal diantiasalof < ltamiasalof
of Jame J Ja aset + Keller president of the City C ClAtter
Letter Carriers Association and Frank FrankH FraakII FrankIL
H II Cnnninafram Cn CunnbiOa IIt president of the Rural n nLetter
Letter Carriers C icnt Association UOdatiwttl wit force forcethose forcethGH forcethose
those organisations or U elect new presi presidents pre81dent prealdents ¬
dents dentsThe dentsThe
dentThe
The membership of the two organiza organizations orpnl2ltlon8 organimationa ¬
tions is made m up of bona fide letter Iftt r car carriers e carden r rrlen ¬
riers den s The dismissal of Keller Kellerat111Cun Kellerat111Cunnioghnm anVT 1lt1CII 1lt1CIIDJncIWn Cun Cunningham ¬
ningham DJncIWn leave lea the t e two lokttlpts lokttlptswith osjsoeiaMo t1t1f18 s swith
with presidents who are no longer Qov Qovernment Govcrmaent Govt
aliment employes plo and who stand die disgraced dt dtpoaced diegraced ¬
graced before the department by reason reasonof rM8OI1of reasonof
of their removal from office officeHe otfteeHe otSecHe
He TrIes to Hedge HedgeCunningham HedsteCunnlnBham HedgeCunningham
Cunningham vainly tried to anticipate anticipatethe aUe1peteUN
the UN 11 action loa of the Postmaster GeoeoU by byresigning b breatpJq byresigning
resigning Tt T Tws days before General GeneralWynne Gene11Wynne Getwta1Wynne
Wynne dismissed him he e sent in his hisresignation hi hirM1cnaUon hisresignation
resignation to Fourth Astiets1t Assistant Post Postmaster Poatmuter Postmaster ¬
master General Bristow Bmtow but the latter latterrefused latterreruect latterrefused
refused to accept it and recommended recommendedthat recommendedthat recommendedthat
that he be dismissed dismissedIf dlamlaedIf
If Cunninghams resignation had been beenThrough beenTJsrOtt beenThrough
Through TJsrOtt h Sleepers and Parlor Cars CarsOn CarJOn CarsOn
On Seaboard trains train to Pinahiirst Cam Camden Camden Camden
den and Florida Office 111 Pa Pat ave a
J pnzM yard CII1iU yardc4
c4 s4R U tOUJlG i W1G Ca Cains Cct CctiA
iA 4tR5 rn tZ5ttars t m
1 1ecJ
rpted ecJ he would still still be oIf eligible < lble t ttINt 1the
the presidency PtNIdeJlqor odthe of trthe I tbe National Asso Association AMOelation Assoelation ¬
elation of Rural Carriers Two years yearsago yearsago yearsago
ago former President John Powers Pow ora of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the National atlonal City Letter Carriers As Association IOCIatSon Assoclatlon ¬
sociation > resigned r to accept acoeptthttt that office officeBut offteeBut officelint
But there is every difference between betweenresignation bet betweenresignation ween weenret
resignation ret and dismissal dismissalHe diamlX dismissalPie
He X Status in Department DepartmentThe
The officials of the Postofflce po tomce Depart Department Depaatect Department ¬
ment ect said today itt t Cunningham and andKeller andKellfIr andKeller
Keller had no notat status before the depart department departm department ¬
ment m nt and would not be recognized If Ifthey Ifthey Ifthey
they appeared there in the interests Intea of oftheir oCtbeir oftheir
their organisations With officials who whoare whoJe whoore
are discredited before the department departmentthe
the official Pals have ba Lathing C to tadpbut dp but ee el elnew elegt elegtnew i inew
new o otncers otncersPresident omce omcePreeident ra raPresident
President Keller was seen en by b a Times Timesreporter Tl Tlreporter Tlmeareporter
reporter today but refrained from an xneXttrtiMioa anreuioa anetrltreasion
eXttrtiMioa etrltreasion reuioa of opinion opinionUntil oponLntll a s sCntIl
Until I have a conference with the theexecutive th thexecutive theexecutive
executive committee < of the Carriers
Association I shall say y nothing no tiling in regard regardto regardto
to my plans 1 was not at an surprised surprisedat surp ised isedat
at the action of the Postmaster PoatmasterGen PoatmasterGeneratl Gen General Genral ¬
eral eratlD eralD ralD
D K ES ENTERTAIN ENTERTAINTHE ENTERTAINTHE ENTERTAINTHE
THE SOLICITOR GENERAL GENERALA
A dinner was given last t evening by bythe bythe bythe
the Washington Alumni Association of ofthe otthe ofthe
the D K K E Eo at the Ebbltt House In Inhonor Inbonor Inhonor
honor of Solicitor General Henri Henry N Npresident
Hoyt Eafn8er Fn near Commissioner Bk1dJe Bidlepresident
president 0 or the association asgociat presided presidedtAastmaster presidedteestmaster M
tAastmaster Ul and Intrdd Introduced the th speak speakers sPUJtJ sPUJtJera s sera ¬
era it itResponses 4 4Response
eraRtwpouea Responses w were rs marle mad by Mr HoyU Ho1
Justice JusticeTaylor TaylorAshley Ashley AbJe K Gould Gould the Hon ft
W Taylor Representative Rej eaettaUve Hay Id of AHr AHrgfnta Ylrtbe WIrgtals
gfnta the Rev Thomas J Packard Pre rd and andothers andolben andothers
others
DEATH RECORD RECORDBayu RECORDBaYIJ RECORDBaynes
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Bto thrown Swan H 39 law 0 assy nw nwjr awJllllldy
Jllllldy jr MAD Mabel I 7 mo moa ItU H He HeU ccn
Jlurretu > U B Benjamin njaniln ei 1W Tth TtJtCohen ctn ctnCohen w wCohen
Cohen Edward P 67 IOU lath 1hConnor aw suConnor awConnor
Connor Paul I D 72 7 14 14 > P nw nwCroaa n nero assCross
Cross Mary 4e M 115 Vass Van V et etDleJunon et sw swDiekereon w wIXckeraon
IXckeraon Carter Cat tr 3 lIPHdnIaa Fr 4mana ll H a aTletcbei
Fletcher Mary V 28 So S Bit 11111U1 llth s sHardi H HHanUty seHardiety
Hardi HanUty ty O Oenys n M va 1 month SU IIIKin Sd nw nwKinr swKlux
Klux Kin Man Car a 449 Franklla et nw airMtskell nwMlakell ftWXtnU
Mlakell 2adl Zadle L L I 4X g Ml 01 H noor nw nwMOOK SWMoore
> Moore oor Franc Frances W Sm lIImerx 40ueraeroy rKener Itoa
McLean John 7 if > r 1 8 Soldier Sold Mom JlOftHt
Petrl Btrtha U S 111 lt Mh lOamlth vw vwKmlthy swibnithy
mlth Kmlthy Sarah D W 8tbl SlbllY y Hew IfOtiTipton MoeTipton HewTlpton
Tipton Elizabeth E to n Ml K aw W
Van Wllley WUl Milton M 818 L ae
BIG BIGCROWD CROWD AWAITING AWAITINGMRS A AWAITINGMRS WAITINGMRS
MRS CASSIE CHADWfCK
I Continued from Flrl9t First FI t Pagejcbtttettt Page PageJrhment PaseI
Jrhment before the courts of her home homecity M1IIJCtlty bornetity
I city and still stt UtUtln r intimating that every ev e17 ob obligation ob obUoUOn obligatlon ¬
ligation she had contracted would wouldpaid wouldplod
I paid Mrs Cud L Chadwick wahd wahdexamination weh d detwminaUgn
I examination here ure and started for Ceveanti Clever Cleverami Cleeand
and at S oclock dt last night guarded rde4 by bytwo Qt bltwo
two t o United States 9tatdeputr deputy marshals and andtrailed aDdl andtrniled
l trailed trnn d by three Federal eduol Secret t Service Servicemen enleemen
I
men menUntil menInUl menLntil
Until she arrived aniv at her destination dextiaaUonthis destinationthis
this 1 hie morning l ft Ur private rwaae rwaaein drawing room reomin roomin
in the Pullman car e was under the stirclllanm snr snrveillanos mr mrHlllanlle
veillanos of tJl the five Iv ofltefats o s every everyminute everymfnute everyminute
minute minuteAlmost mfnuteJTnOItt minuteAhnot
Almost at the moment Mrs 11I Cbadwkfc Cbadwkfcwas Cbe4twkkaa Chadwickwan
was aa entering her train under the tit abed at atthe CthE othe
the Grand Central CottfJi1 Cen l station Andrew w Car earreb1es Carregies Qi Qirefie
regies refie phyaJeJaa pb gave an tabtnrfew III wn wnwhch In Inwhich Inwhich
which he said 14 that the ironmaster mat ntvvCcot matnot mostnot
not venture upon a trip to Ohio before beorJanuary betON betONJanuary beforeJanuary
January L Llie 1 1He JHe
He added that he would advice a Mr MrCarnegie XrCarn MrCarnegie
Carnegie Carn to run down to Florida after afterthe altertbe afterthe
the holidays taking ng the sea route t8 be becsuse be bee besense
sense e of the danger anger of train travel to tohis tohla tohis
his healthTAKE health healthTAKE healthTAKE
TAKE WHISKY AND ANDSCISSORS ANDSCISSORS ANDAWAY
SCISSORS SCISSORSPOUGIIjIlfKPSIE AWAY AWAYPOUQHJBpEEPSlE AWAYPOU01iJXEPSIE
POUQHJBpEEPSlE POU01iJXEPSIE N Y Dec U
JxtraoPd Kxtraondijsary hry ry precautions were went takenby taken takenby takCftb
by b the tfaSeral 1 authorities to inai rasiu lnauitbJe lnauitbJeCo rt tike tikesafo theauto
auto Co arrival of Mrs Chadwick I ht Cleve Cleveland CleVeilAnd tr s re reland ¬
land and after her luggage lucxa e was de deposited de depo deposited ¬
ilAnd po posited lted In the U stateroom which she ec eccupied ccupled occupied
cupied it was was thoroughly thor opl searched searchedBefore wmrcbedI searchedBefore
Before the train reached ISth Street StreetMarshal StreetManu StreetMarshal
I Marshal I Henkel and his deputies want wntthrourh wentthrough
j through every piece of baggage and andtook andi andtook
i took from Mrs Chadwicks hand satchel satchela
i a small mall pair of nail scissor adaeort > harmless harmlessenough kamnl kamnlenough harmlesrlle harmlesrlleenough
enough under ordinary clrcnmatanoes clrcamatim circumsinoebut ea
but carrying all the destruetfveness de8tnJotfy of ofthe otthe ofthe
the deadliest weapons to the mind of ofth OIlth ofthe
th the > JfWAbjU under the present cirmrm cirmrmstances d datanCM Cl rin rinstanaa
stanaa stanaaKeep
stances stancesKeep atanCMKeep
Keep these until you get to Cleve CJe ¬
land Jim said the marshal as he
handed the scissors ra to Deputy Marshal
Walker who accompanied acco Mn Chad Chadwick C1tadwick Chadwick ¬
wick on the train trainAnd traInAmI trainAnd
And here joe called Henkel to
Deputy Kumb put these in your our bunk bunkand bunkand
and dont l let < st t her have them under und any
consideration considerationThe considerationThe considerationThe
The marshal handed him two flasks flasksbottom
of whisky waJck wjtIch were concealed In the
bottom of Fredas JPrea Wreda s band satchel satchelt
Freda protested vehemently but Hen
Jrel was llrrnAirs ftnn ftnnIra
Ira t ChAdwick wwe must have the whis ¬
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months and eight day daa
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friends invii I invited n d d to attend u uPAUI UJENKlX1LOR itJnNJcTxhOn
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Thomas Ritchie of Richmond Va VaFtmeral VaFuMn1 VsFuneral
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Beginning Tomorrow Thursday Well Be Open Evenings EveningsThough EveningsXmas EveningsJderprid r
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Xmas Shoes Underpriced for Thursday ThursdayThough I IThough
Though were busier this week than weve ever been beenwe well l1 not disappoint the thousandswho thousands thousandswho thousandswho
who weekly look forward to our UNDERPR1CED THURSDAY V for exceptional Shoes values valuesPlenty valuesPknty
Plenty of good ood Xmas mas suggestions in intlie the following price list f
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Jen Jersey gins ey Leg Levgins 37C 37CMen 3 7 C Cgins
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Leather SHj SlIpers ners O OBoot
Boot Trees to keep your yourhoes yourI yourshoes I
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WOMENS SHOES SHOESDaniel SHDESDaniel SHOESDaniel
Daniel Green 4 d Coa 150 1SOFelt 150Felt 150Felt
Felt Juliets and Low ft CC C
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to fore on she left Her nerve are shat shattered ahattered t ttend ¬
tered its ft the only thing tbt that keens her herstrong MFJtroq herstrong
strong expostulated the maid maidMRS mal4t maidMS
MRS t RS CHADWICK CHADWICKGREETS CHADWICKGREETS ADWI ADWIT
GREETS T REPORTERS REPORTERSr
I BUFF BUFFALO ALo N 1 Y Y Dee YoIt 111 111fter was
r fitter fter 8 oclock this th morning when en Mrs MrsCfcsale 1t 1tI
Cfcsale L I Chadwick aboard the train trainbearing traitberng
bearing her r to to C1 Cte Cleveland rebutd opened thedoor the thedoor 1hedeoi
door of her state room rcH and looking out outinto outmoo outinto
into the car n smile 1 on her h face said saidGooU usGootlmont BaldGood
Good Gootlmont morrl meriting g Mr Reporters ReportersShe Reportelllw ReportersShe
She was w was apparently Nlltly enjoying the best bestoC beslat bestof
oC health teal health th although Frieda Swanson on her hermaid hertn hermaid
maid tn fd said her mistress was in poor peerphysical poorphysical poorphrsleal
physical coidftion coidftioncom otlloI
I I Late 1ft the night Mrs Chadwtek be betftJfte beam
com tftJfte am unite qalteuleated nauseated She appeared appearedfrdat
f taint and the maid notified the officers o
She recovered soon and in half an hour houruas hourJ hourWAa
J uas sleeping peacefully
There was w as only a buffet car on the thetrain tbetnUD thetrain
train Mrs Chadwieks breakfast was wusserved Wi1aervea wasserved
served in her state eta t8 room roomShe roomShe roomShe
She seemed enn wonderfully cheered at the theprospect tbcprospect t1 t1pr
pr prospect peet of coming back to tocsvela ClevelandAfter Cleveland ClevelandAfter d dAtter
After all Its my home yon oa know I Isuppose Jtppo Iitppose
suppose e sentiment can only be one waythere way
there now the sighed Perhaps it itwill Itwill itwill
will change later on onThe onThe onThe
The deputy marshals marsha kept very T ry closewatchon close closewatch cJoaeI
claon watch I on Mrs Chadwick ChadwickMOTHER ChadwickJvOTHER ChadwickBY
MOTHER IS SILENT SILENTBY SILENTBY
BY LAWYERS ORDER ORDERWOODSTOCK ORDEROODST ORDERWDODSTOCK
WOODSTOCK OODST CJ Ontario Dee 14 14Mrs 14MrsBigley Mrs MrsBigley Mrs MrsBlgley
Bigley mother of Mrs CliadHvIck has hasarrived baaarrlvod hasarrival
arrived in this city after an extended extended4ay extendedfiaJ extendedstay
stay 4ay in 1 Cleveland ClevelandTo ClevelandTo ClevelandTo
To a correspondent oorreapon ent she lib declared that thatbefore tlaatbttore thatbefore
before leaving Cleveland she had been beenwarned beenwarned beenwarned
warned by her lawyer to say y notions oU <
She would neither affirm nor deny the theARE theARE theARE
ARE YOU SICK SICKIf SICKIf
If so where whereHeadache whereHea whereHeadache
HeadacheDry Headache HeadacheDr Hea ache7 ache7Dr
Dr Dr > hacking coush coushPoul cottthFoul cou th thFoul
Foul tongue tongueIoss tongueLou tongueLoss
Lou of appetite appetiteLack appetiteLack appetiteLack >
Lack of energy egyT egyTPain
Pain in stomach stomachBowels atomachBowels stomachBowels
BowelsGeneral Bowels BowelsGeneral BowelsGeneral
General weakness weaknenThese weaknessThese weakn8118TheM
These are but ft few of the signs fgMof of in ¬
digestion digestionSome
Some S some ome others are Wind in the stomuch stomuchor tA n LLch LLchor
or bowels constipation or diarrhea pale palecomplexion prtlecomplexion palecomplexion
complexion spots pots before the eye ty dlzzlnese dizzl dizzlnes dtzzlneH
nes neH loss of flesh irritability sleep
leanness le nes nervousneee nervousneeeAll ncrvousneAU nervousnessAll
All these symptoms will plague pJa ue and andtorment andtorment andtorment
torment you and will never perma permanently permanently permanently ¬
nently leave you onee you suffer fromthem from fromthem fromthem
them only are sure in time to get getworse getworse getworse
worse worse if not treated by the best known knownscientific known8clentUIo knownscientilo
scientific method of cure aureStuarts Stuarts Dye Dyepepala Dyspepsia Dyepepsin
pepsin Tablets TabletsThese TabletsThese labletarh
These rh e curative tablets are composed composedof
of ingredients which modern knowledge knowledgeof
of the true inward processes proce es of digestion diges digestion dlgoUon ¬
tion approve of as f ormli tonnhit j the best bestsafest bestfeat bestsafest
safest feat surest and most scientific com combination comblnaUon combination ¬
bination of medicinal edlc1nAI drugs mat can canbe canbe canbe
be used to relieve all the conditions of ofill otfl1 ofill
ill health brought on by this much muchdreaded muchdreaded muchdreaded
dreaded disorder disorderA
A disease ao protean or changeableIn changeable
In its manifestations assuming so somany 110any soany
many any forms characterized by so many manyi
i different symptoms that more times timesthan Urn Urnthan timesthan
than not it is mistaken ml taken for some other otherdisease otherdllietUlo otherdisease
disease altogether and the poor pa patient patient ¬
tient may ma die or at best allow the theseeds thecoos theseeds
seeds coos of permanent chronic sickness sicknessto llil llilto
to generate and and take take root in his hiss system systemSo stem
So So it is a real danger we ask you youtake you OU toavoid to toavoid toavoid
avoid when we say In case of ofyou doubt doubttake doubttake
take Stuarts Dyspepsia Tablets TabletsEven TabletBEven TabletsLrven
Even if f disordered digestion dlge tJo is not the tkereal tlterQAI thereal
real cause of your sickness whichprobably which whichprobably whichro
probably ro habI1 though thou h it is l yet et your dig e etion
Uon is s nearly certain to be out of oforder o oorder oforder I
order and if allowed to remain so win winseriously wit wllItorlously witseriously
seriously complicate your sickness f fyou fG fGyo < > r r7OU
you +
youStuarts Stuarts Dyspepsia Tablets then will willta willbft willbe
ta sure to do you good and will not notinterfere notInterere notinterfere
interfere with any other medicine you youmay youmay youmay
may be taking takingThey takln taklnThey takingTey
They will help to make your food make makeyou makeyou makeyou
you strong and an thus > hus If in no other otherway otherway otheray
way ay help you beck to health by helping helpinghealthy helpfnryour helpingyour
your system to throw oft dl disease aso like a ahealthy l
healthy duck shakes water ter off its back
Shake off your sickness a with Stuarts StuartsDyspepsia StuartDyslMNla StuartsDyspepsia II
Dyspepsia TabletsSPECIAL Tablets TabletsSPECIAL TabletsSPECIAL
SPECIAL NOTICES NOTICESREWARD NOTICESREW NOTICESREWARD
REWARD REWARDA REW ARD ARDA
A reward of 1000 1000 i I offered by It the
County Commissioners of Charles Co Coitrd I
and ISOO by the directors n of the theSouthern theSouthern theSouthern
Southern Maryland Savings Bank La LaPlata LaPlata LaPlata
Plata Md for the arrest arre t and convic conviction convlcUon coavktlon ¬ r
tion of the thieves who robbed said saidbank aaIdbetnk saidbank
bank the 31th of November last HARRY HARRYR HARRYR
R R BOWLING president Board of ofCounty orCounty ofCounty
County Commissioners A A POSEY POSEYPresident POSEYPrHldent POESYPresident
President Southern Maryland Savings SavinSaBank SavingsBank SavingsBank
Bank Bankdet121 BankdelI Bankdssl
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DONT USE POOR OIL For use on onsewing onwtne onsewing
sewing wtne machines machl bicycles and a all pur puruses purpoees pur purulri
poees uses requiring ulri g a line ne lubricant the 1 1i best bestSa bestchewiest >
Sa i cheapest chewiest in the end Genuine Singer SingerOil SinceIon SingeOIL r
Oil can can only be obtained at Sing Singstores Singer Singerstores Slqert6TH er
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nw iii f 9th It st ill nw D 229 Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaAye PenlUiylvsftiaAye PennsylvanbtAve
Aye se seTWashington TWashington Washington D C CHAVE cHAVE CHAVE
HAVE HAVE your horses shod with our ourbrated cele celebrated celebrated ¬
brated XeverSlip NeverSlip shoes DO BORE RE A RGIISSMAN AGITS3MAN AGUSSMAN
GITS3MAN 406 sib nw det3t d123tA de det3tA 3t 3tA
A MEETING of the stockholders ot otthe 01the onthe
the National Metropolitan Fire Insur Insurance InsurImnee ur urnC8 ¬
ance nC8 Company of the District or Co Columbia Columbia Columbia ¬
lumbia will be held on Tuesday Tue aY nth 27thJnht nthInlit ± th thinst
Jnht at 12 oclo oclock k m for th the election ofdirectors of ofdirectors ordlrector
directors Polls open at 12 I MJ and close closeat clOlieat
at 1 oclock p p m SAM CROSb Secre Secretary SC SCtary Secreta ¬
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A daughter Mrs Curapb Camplll rI N however howeveradmitted howeverdmltted howeveradmitted
admitted that her sister the oneUrns oneUrnsBetsey i wtima wtimaBetsey Ume UmeBetsey
Betsey Bigley was th the Mrs Ciiadwfck Ciiadwfckwhose Claadwfckwbo8e liadwlckwhose
whose financial operation have stirred stirredthe stirredthe thTedthe
the iintin IIltinnt IIltinntThtt nf ntTher nfThtTJ
Ther ThtTJ are no < idenrcs i that the pro prodigiuufl TrodJ prodigtutc
digiuufl dJ Iu < operations olhrat op rrations fms of Mm Chadwicl in inCleveland h1Cleveland isCleveland
Cleveland protitfd them any an anOne
On One son Danit DIU tI i Bigley is now a suc successful IIUCceutul aueceuful ¬
cessful implement im anent dealer in Clevelandand Cleveland Clevelandand Cltvelantland
and probably has kindly f fllnp iuigs toward towur
bbl b sister for some Umt niter art r Madame
de Vere was wa liberated IIbtrat d on parole fromthe from fromthe fromth
the th Ohio State prison prf on he left the old
homestead Mar this city and went to toveland
Cleveland veland where he was S set up in bu bUlu busiess i inew
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