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I I i cloudy Rain aintonig tonight tomorrow Partly Partlycloudy Pa rtly if ft c a f 1 t U ij c t 0 1 n Lili E if 2atni1e L t m fi V I THE GOES G T THE H ES E P PAPJ5R HOM HOMEGOERS HOMrGOERSnUMER4oy7 HOMEGOERSNUMBER PER H THAT TATi WITH j I II I Ic I I II INUMBER 1 1THE
Denies That She Sh e eto Tried Triedto Triedto
to Avoid Subpoena Su bpoena in inNew inNev inNew
Mrs l rs Frederick A Peckham PeckhamRidicules PeckhanlRidicules PeckhamRidisales
Ridicules Exd Excitement ienlent About AboutLock AboutLockBox AboutLGc
LGc Lock LockBox Box Secrets SecretsThe
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The mystery m ste cf the relations relattoof relattoofFrederick of Sirs Irs i IFrederick
Frederick A Peckham Peck ham to tho cottoncrop cotton cottoncrop I Icrp 1
crop report lefts l tk scandal sClr tll mays may tyet t be besolved b bsolved besolved
solved solvedMrs solvedMrs I I
Mrs lrs Thu Feckham ckham suspected of being able ableto j 1 1to I
to throw especially strong light on thai thairelations the thereltltion therelations
relations of the th various people who tiv2re tiv2reinvolved w rej le i
involved involved in the leaks Ic1 u has been served servedwith sercdwith servedwith
with a summons to appear ap car before the theFederal theFederal theFederal
Federal grand jury jur here h rc August 15 15She 15She 15She
She was not > easy ns to find but 1 ut was at atlength atlength atlength
length located lcc ted in New York YorkMrs YorliI YorkMrs
I Mrs Peckhain P ckham and her husband sep separated scparated separated ¬
arated some months before the explosion explo explosion explosion ¬
sion of the crop crop report scandal They Theyare T Theyare ey eyare
are understood not to have lived togeth together together ¬
er er since Mrs Peckham Is a business businesswoman busineswoman businesswoman
woman of wide experience and in n some someof somoother someof
of other her her concerns Has been associated associated with withLewis Wln1LewlsC withLewis
Lewis LewlsC C Van Riper the cotton broker brokerwhoso brokerwhose brokerwhose
whose notion first brought the cottcn cottcitleaks cottcnleaks cottCllleaks
leaks to the attention of the Federalauthorities Federal Federalauthorities
authorities I
Important Factor FactorMrs FactorMrs
+ Mrs Peckham P ckhnm has become be ome a factor iac tor c cmuch cf cfmuch otmuch f I
much Importance in the grand Jury jut In Investigation investigation EnvesUgatton ¬
vestigation because It is believed she sheholds sh shholds e
holds some documents calculated to in incriminate incrIminate Incriminate ¬ I
criminate some of the people involved involvedCertain ImoledCertain InvolvedCertain
Certain It is that during the thecourse thecourse thecourse
course course of bankruptcy proceedings proceedingsagainst proceedingsagxln proceedingagainst s
against agxln t her a year ago Van Riper was waswilling wa wawUling wawilling 5
willing to pay a large sum in the die discharge dlscharse diecharge ¬ I
charge of her obligations rather than thanhave thanhave
have her papers taken from a safety safetydeposit safet safetdeposlt safetydeposit
deposit vault and opened In court courtMrs
Mrs Beckham however assumes en entire enUte entire
tire unconcern unconc mabout about her appearance ap appearance elilanc be tiefore before before
fore the tl grand jury Interviewed InteI1ewed in jnKew inw inNew
New w Xork nrk < last evening she said sa d8h d8hhad she shehad
had no no fears as she was was not in any any Dn Dnconnected way wayjconnected way
connected with the cotton report r p rt leak leakIncldent31ly
Incidentally the wife of the cotton cottonI cottonbroker
I broker denied many man of the reports reportswblch reportwhich s
which had been been spread about her an anwhich and nd ndwhich d
which connected her name with the thedealingS th thdealings e
dealings of Van Riper Peckham Haas Haasand Haasand Haasand
and Holmes
A Clever WomanMrs Woman WomanMrs WomanMrs
Mrs Beckham la a remarkably clever cleverbusiness cleyerbusiness
business woman She is not dependent dependenton dependenon t
on her husband but runs various busi bussness business busIness ¬
ness enterprises herself She Is of re refined refined reilned
fined pleasant manner and talks in inwell a awell
well modulated musical voice voiceIn voiceIn oice oiceIn
In the first place 1 want to deny the thesilly thesm th thsilly e
silly sm stories that have been printed aboutthat about aboutthat aboutthat et t
that mysterious safe deposit eposit box In Inwhich Inwhich i iwhich n
which it was said there the reposed dark dar k nk
Government secrets she saidI said saldI
I I never possessed a Government Governmentsecret Goernmentsecret t
secret of any an kind There was nothing in inthe inthe i ithe n
the box except except my m personal papers and andnone andnone an annone d nd
none of these had anything whatever to todo todo t tdo o
do with cotton reports or kindred sub
jects jectsThe
The bankruptcy proceedings pr eeedings which whichwere whiche1e whichwere t
were e1e begun against me were crt an injus injustice Injustice injustice
tice It seems > to me that I came out o of P
them with all honor us I paid the claims claimsa claimagainst s
against a < alnst me After everything ever thlng is settled settledsome settledsom setts settssome
some som one brings up the proceeedings i iorder in inorder Inorder n
order to establish enabU h some so ne mysterious con eonnection conncctlon connection
nection with them and the cotton lean leanNothing leaHrr leasNothing
Nothing rr othiIlg to Tell TellThere TenThere Tell TellThere
There was absolutely absolutel nothing to tothose tothose t tthose o
those proceedings except the fact thatdisputed that I Idisputed Idisputed
disputed a claim against me and the theman theman th thman e
man to whom I lowed owed the money instea insteaof instead insteadof insteadof d
of suing me in the usual manner began beganbankruptcy beganbnnkruptc beganbankruptcy R
bankruptcy proceeding
I cannot understand why wh the grand gran d
jury jur in Washington want me me as a witness wit witncaa wItntJB
ness There is nothing I can tell the theJill
that would be of Interest to them I
believe they tht have started out simply shnpl on ona onat1shinl o oa n
a at1shinl fishing expedition and issued Issue a subpoena sub subpoena subpoena ¬
poena for me m because my name was wasprinted wasprinted wa waprinted s i
printed In the papers If they the have an anquestion anv anvquestion v
question th the they y want to ass ask me r shall i
be glad to answer linwr but really th there re is isnothing Isnothing i inothing s I
nothing I can tell tellT1H
The story story st r given 1vn out that Mr Peck
ham was Interested jl1tere td In the Mining I1nlll World d
in Chicago is absurd absur I never heard him himmention himmention hit hitmention n
mention the publication In my life and andthe andth an anthe d
the th one who s sai said Id I told him he was aN In Intorested Intfrested interested
torested in n the paper must be mistaken mistakenPublications mistakenPublications mistakenPublications
Publications Mixed MixedIt Mixedn
It Is true that I said my husband cartied car caroled carIed ¬
tied Ied a life Insurance policy of SWOOO 20000 but butthere butthere bu buthere t
there certainly eertalnl is no disgrace its that thatThe thatThe tha thaThe t
The only way I can account for the re report report report
port that he Is s interested in the Mining MiningWorld flints flintsWorld UnJn UnJnVorld g
World being spread i > r < ad is that some Qm4 one got gotContinued gOtContinued go goContinued t
Continued on Fifth Page PageTHE PageTHE j jTHE
There have been rains In the Atlantic AtlanticStates AtJanticStates C CStates
States and thunder showers in the upr up upper upper ¬
per r Mississippi Valley Vall y the upper lake lkeregion lakeregion alt c
region Colorado e New Mexico Iexicoand and east eastern eastern ¬
ern Arizona Arizon otna elsewhere t the weather e egenerally wa was wasgenerally wasgcnerallY s
generally clear clearTemperatures clearremIwrature clearlemperaturea
Temperatures have changed but but little littleThere BttleThero littleThere
There will be rain tonight in the mid middle mlddIe middie ¬
dIe and south Atlantic States continuing continu continuing continuIng ¬
ing Thursday In the latter districThere district districtThere districtIhere t
There will be showers and probably probablythunder probablythunder probublthunder ty y
thunder storms tonight and Thursday lllUrsda in inthe inthe i ithe n
the lower lake Iak region and northern por portion portion po potion r ¬
tion of the lakemiddle middle Atlantic States StatesTemperature SUitosTemperature StatesTemperature
Temperature changes will not be mark marked marked mar mared k ¬
9 a m 70 0
12 Noon o r ri 1 1DOWNTOWN 3
Rcbtsteifed neg stld AKleeks flecks Standard Thermometer Thermotn tor
9 a m 75 r ii
12 4 Noon Nooni o = S3 3
1 p m 89 89THE
Sun sets ets todjvy tOOI today JW JWSun 7i 7iSunrises al
Sun Sunrises rises tomorrow tomorrowTIDE 508 508TIDE 5OSTIDE 08
High tide today 231 p nm m mLow InLow r rLow n
Low tide today today 925 p pHigh m mHigh mHigh I
High tide tldctomorrow33t tomorrow 334 a m1Of m 401 p pLaw m mI mlow
low I ow tide tomorrow1025 a m m1031 1034 p m I
Thrilling Tlirillinc Rescues Re cues of the theVictims theVictims
b bhictims
Victims Penned nitd nitdWreck With Within Vithin Within ¬
in Wreck WreckDIGGING vV WreckI reck reckDIGGING
Remains Rerll tins of Twentyseven TwentysevenOthers T Twentyseven TwentysevenOthers weolyseven weolysevenGth
Others Gth rs Probably Prob Probably bly Under UnderDebris UnderI UnderDebris
Debrisl Debris DebristiMecn i
tiMecn i feEr Kndton nc2 n Dead Deaac Deadrrtrr
c C7n ld nd v a ary fussing fussingThirteen 17 rssrng rssrngll1fr I
I Itwcntyecn
Thirteen ll1fr en are ire e known qlOwn to t < < l be bl deadtwentyseven dead
twentyseven Injured and nd In thehospitnl the
hospitals > and many are a are re still till miss missing miss miSfinG missing >
ing as a result of the collapse of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Albany department store yester yesterday yesterday ¬
day da morning morningAll mornio mornioAll morninAll
All night lens 1cn scores scor s of ofmen men men worked workedlike workedIilw workedlilte
like beavers upon upon uP n the ruins ruins and the thenumber thonumber thenumber
number will wUbe be reenforced today todayThat toda todaThat todayThat
That a score or more bodies still stillremain sUllremain stillremain
remain beneath the wreckage wrecka e seems seemsa
a l cfirtantr cfirtantrThe cprtliqtThe certaitjtyThe
The Injured in the various hospitals hospitalsare hospitalsare
are reported reTl rtcd to be doing well Butone But Butone Butone
one death has has occurred In Inthe the hos hospitals hosI hospitals ¬
pitals among the victims taken t ken from fromthe fromthe ro
the building bundin alive Miss nss Mary MaryMc MaryMcl Mc McAvoy MeAvoy
Avoy l o Who who was taken from from the th exeClt exeCltat wreck wreckat
at 2 21ii lr > yesterday afternoon died died at atSt atSt atSt
St Peters Hospital Hos ital at 1220 oclock oclockthis oclock clock
this mornin morninThe morning morningThe reooninrThe
The property loss Is estimated at ata ata ata
a Quarter of a million dollars do als alsALBAN
ALBANY ALBAN X Y Aug 9 9Yc We are aremost arcmost a amost °
l most concerned about the work of rescue rescuenow rescuenow rose rosenow it
now The time to fix the responsibility responsibilitywill r esponstbElt esponstbEltwill y
will follow later latersaid said Mayor Ma or Gaus Gaustoday GaustOdaj Ga Gaoday us
today t after ntter an allnight olln ht vigil illI over the theruins theruins t truins h use e
ruins of o the the5fe Meyers ers department depr rtment storeThe store storeThe st e eThe
The laborers hib rer are urepusrihig pushing the work Workremoving of ofremoving orl o f r
i removing 1OVlng the th the debris debris with Wlthal1po wltli a2lgpoJb a2lgpoJbsneedin all pojglblea pojglbleaspeed l l ° fc a
speed sp sneedin e in the ke te e that some s some me of oithe oithevictims the thevictims th thictims e
i victims v tna may be rescued rescued alive As the thebuilding thebuilding tin tinuilding e
1 building b uilding fell In wedge shape the apex apexIn apexIn ape x
i In the center leaving a clear space on onboth onboth o n 1
1 both sides it t is hoped that some will willbe wUlbE f l
1 be found alive at the bottomWorkmen bottom bottomWorkmen bottomVorkmen
Workmen declare that occasionally occasionallythey occasfona11rthe
t they the hear cries and moans moansTnirteen moansTnirteen moansThirteen
Tnirteen dead bodies have been taken takenout takenout take takeout n i
out and It is estimated that at least leasttwentyseven leasttwentyseven leaswentyseven t t
twentyseven t more are dead while fully fullysixtyfive fullysIxt full T r
sixtyfive sIxt five are arc injured injuredThe injuredTh injuredThe
The Th body bod of Winfred Kelly KeU of 214 214Hamilton 2ltHamIlton 21 21Hamilton 4 I
Hamilton Hamilton street was taken takencfrom take from the theruins theruins tb e > t
j ruins this morning mornin about about 10 10 l oclock oclockThis oclockThIs oclocThis k
This makes the thirteenth victim victimAt victimAt
At 11 oclock all the girls employed employedin employein d 1
in store had been accounted accounted for except exceptMary exceptMary excep t t
Mary j Logan of G 07 G Elm street and Miss MissN M ngS ngSN is s J I
j N E Wasbrode
of 845 Livingston
ave avenue avenue aveue ¬
nue fl ue
nueForty nueFort Forty Fort of the sixty cash boys em employed employed ¬
ployed In the store had reported up to t o
3 11 oclock Many other male employes employesof employeof s j
of the establishment are yet et
yet unac unaccounted unaccounted ¬
counted for forThe forThe
The fact that fire did not break ou out outhad outhad t t
1 had made it possible possible to save consider considerable considerable considerable ¬
able of the stock That the accident accIdentoccurred c
occurred at an early earl hour was also alsofortunate alsofortunate all allfortunate o
fortunate for had it occurred an hour houror houror how howor
or two later the store would have been beenthronged beenthronged bee beethronged e 1 l
thronged with buyers and In n that case casethe casethe ens e
the loss of life would have been much muchgreater muchgreater mac h 1
Mayor in Rescue Force ForceMayor ForceMa
Mayor Mayorand Ma Or Gaus was on the scene early earlyand earlyand earl Y r
and remained until late last night as assisting assisUng ¬
listing in the work of rescue He says saysa sasa say saya s s
a thorough Investigation will be mad madand made madeand madean ° J
and an the responsibility fixed flxedWe fixedVe
We Ve are anxious to clear away the tin C
wreckage says the mayor ma 01 and to t
extricate the bodies buried buri d beneath it i t
If any an person has been guilty of negli i ¬
gence enceand and it t seems to me that this ac accident a c
cadent could not have occurred without wltho u It t
1 it the i he will be punished Every guilty guilt y
person p rilon will be prosecuted as soon as we w C j
have placed the responsibility responslbUit for the tin e ft
disaster which is the thworst worst wor t of Us kind kin d 1 i
that has ever befallen our city
The heroism shown in the work of C f r
rescue r rescue ue and prompt aid to the injured InjUlectWt Injure a n I
war Wt noteworthy Physicians Ph slcians by b th t ha
mcore < core clergymen and priests nurs nurses es s
from the hospitals firemen polieeimm pollcemmlU1 IL i
> U1 nu ndclttzcns citizens with contractors contractors workmen workm f >
and their laborers were early carlyon on t the he
scene cene c < ne and vied with each other in the thei tin le leer
work i In n utter dIsregard of the e gang danger anger er erS ert ers
which threatened threatenedThe threatenedThe
The women clerks could not renot remove c
beams b ams and girders but they did minis miniso S ¬
ter tonderl tenderly to o their er Injured nure coworkers s
and readily reudll transformed themselves i Into n t
Impromptu nurses nursesCrews nurcsCrlwf nursesCrewa
Crews > from the railroads reenforced d
the workers work > rs in clearing away awa the rub ru b I ¬
bish in order to reach the bodies All A bv
night long ong they tolled tol1 < 1 occasionally occaslonul v
bringing to light the lout ouy of a victim vial Ictlm nt
Enormous crowds kept back by b ropes rop rope nts ntx s
watched with intense Interest Intcn > Rt and anx an x ¬
iety the work of rescue During the lon long for t <
hours of the night hundreds hun reds remain remained
In the hope of getting some tidings of f
loved ones one
Sixth Body Removed RemovedAt
At t midnight the sixth
body was re removed removed n4 ¬
moved It was that of Miss Theresa TheresaSpunnbauer TheresaSpntmbauer Theres a 1
Spunnbauer of Sherman
street She w wPound was wasfound wasfound as s
found lying across the body of a woman womanwho womanwho a i
who was later identified as Miss Ilss Anna Ann
Cashman Miss Ilss Spannbauer was lifted liftedout littedout lift liftout d J
out first and It required considerable ef e f ¬
fort to get gl t at the body of Miss Cash Cashman Cashman Cas h
man manAt manAt
At 2 oclock this morning the he body of
tile Etta L Sprinks another woman womanwas womanwus womanwas
was found near the place where the r rmains re remains remains ¬
mains of Misses Spannbauer and Cash Cashman Cashman Cas Casman h
man were located locatedThe locatedThe
The remains of John E r Powers aged age ag ed 1
IB a callboy eashbo who resided r slded at 29 9 Bas Bassett BasIett B
sett > street were found shortly shortl afteroclock after 2 2oclock 2oclocle
oclock under the southern portion portionthe of
the ruins almost up to the elevator elevatorContinued elevatorConUnuad r
Continued on Fifth Page PageChesapeake PagoChesapeake Pag PagChesapeake
Chesapeake Beach Crabbing and Fis Fish FishIng Fishing h
Ing Ideal spot to take the family tomor r j
row Cool breezes See RR scheduleAds schedule scheduleAdv
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IN NEAR FUTURE FUTUREResents y + r + wdri t t ntt + + r r vnrt7 Rr ate i
t r J Ju u a 4 diu i r + Taggart and His Wife to toLive toResents toLive toLire
Resents Interference Interference In terferellce in inNew inN in inPRESIDENTS I Ali oJ7 YY iJVtd J ri NtM + c T 7 Ft + Ji I Live LireRECEIVED Independently IndependentlyRECEIVED IndependentlyN
New N ey Orleans Orleansi OrleansPRESIDENTS Orl ans ansPRESIDENtS I I IR
I Lieutenant LieutcIUlntFortescue Fortescue Visited Mrs Tag Taggart TagP Taggart Taggait
Probably P Prabab ra b a b l ly Y Meant M eano t to t Impress I Imr mureS5 > reS5 His H lS Disap Disapproval D Disapprov DisapProyal 1Sap ¬ gart tat at Leavenworth Ieaven Ieavenw w rth During Her HerHusbands HerH
proval prov l on onSecretary Secretary of the Treas Treasury TreasuryProbable ¬ Husbands H sbands Absence
9 = ° fwK
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ury uryProbable Probable Successor SuccessorDifferences
WOOSTER Ohio Aug 9 9Though Though At Attorney Attorney Atforget ¬
I torney James Sterling was wnsn not notappear t able to toappear toappeor
Differences between bet een the President and andSecretary andSecretary ut cfa4x y = JhoWi1J313v1JaiZJt ors 9 L3iilldua Th Tbe 11T l2tr Pr appear appeor according cotdlng to o a p statement made madeto madet madeto
Secretary Sccretai of the Treasury Shaw crow erowa crow1UgfI growungr0uiof to t the court by Dr Irr JI J DBeer D > Beer the Taggar Taggar Tag TaggarsCUyorce
tJiigi 3iigOtitf < jtitifith8lErosIdents t4ttheErCsid < ith WsEtosIdetmanifesL lBrcsidejjts = rts1anltest jnanJfesUdls5 jnanifesUdls5position manltestqlsposition dIs OrJJ ch Co11Ci 1 h ecZ 1bnlxw gar garsCUyorce gar 7r diyo i O r ri i e case ca c wag as resumed re e7u u ed d at a 830 830Sterling 830L1114 30 30position 30flits
position to Interfere with with the the handling handlingGovernments handling handlinge c A f flits mo moe moSterIingc1ltI1 maI231flg maI231flgSterling < <
of of 0 the Federal Fe eralGove Governments relations relationsResents lalnS > t < tI < c JIi
e e s r s
Sterling SterIingc1ltI1
sadnSfter Stioni soonaft2rand it
carne came in Stioni ft rand r and 1d d occu occuSHAW occut ¬
relationsto relhtlonsto
to the yellow eHow fever situation In New NewOrlenns
Orleans are said to have made mod the re retirement
tirement of Secretary Shaw a possibility possibilityof
of the near future futureThe futureThe futureThe
The Public Health and Marine Hospi Hospital Hospital Hospital ¬
tal Service is directly under the Secre Secretar
tart tar of of the Treasury Ireasur but it has been beennoted
noted from the beginning of the New NosyOrleans
Orleans trouble that the President hasshown has hasshown hasshown
shown a 0 disposition to step over the the11cad
head of Secretary Shaw and Issue or orders ort
ders directly to Surgeon General Wy Wyman Wyman Wyman
man manThis manIhls
This is said on high authority to have havebeen
been resented by the Secretary and andthe
the knowledge of his attitude toward
the mater mat r is the basis of the rumors rumorsthat rumorsthat rumorsthat
that he muy may retire retireDoes rtt1 vet eDoes e eDoes
Does Not Like Shaw ShawBack ShawBack
Back cf c all this it is said is 1 the Pres Presidents
idents attitude ttitude toward the candidacy candidacyof
of Secretary Shaw for the Presidency Presidencyand Presldcnc PresldcncI Presidencyand
and especially < s clally the Presidential dtesat diflRatIsfaction
isfaction with Secretary Shaws activity activityin act1it act1itIn
I in promoting prom ting his interestsWhether interests interestsWhether Intere3tsVhether
Whether It be Root or Taft the th feel 1eelling feeling
j ling ing Is strong that the President feels feelsun
I un Interest in another Presidential can cnni canthan
i dldate than Secretary Shaw and does doesnot does110t doesnot
not approve of the latters ardor In pur purl
suit of f his boom boomIn
In this situation the President Is cred credited
ited ted with a distinct willingness that tIll thoSecretary tIllSlcretary theSecretary
Secretary of the Treasury should retire retireai
a ai 1 any an time that seems seems desirable desirableEffective desirableEffective desirableEffective
Effective Method tfethodNo
No more effective method could be em employed emplo employed ¬
ployed plo ed to lihpress this view on the Sec SecIetary
rotary than the serIes of Interferences interferencesIn
in the conduct of the Now Orleans af affair affair atfair ¬
fair fairIn fairIn fairIn
In case of the retirement of Secre Secretary Secretary
tary Shaw the names of several men menare m n nare
are discussed < as possible appointees appointeesHamilton appointeesHamilton
Hamilton Fish subtreasurer at New NewYork NowYork
York is one of these Another is Post Postmaster Postmaster
master General Cortelvou Cortelvouj Cat telvou telvoui
I Assistant Secretary Charles K Keep
j I who came from or Buffalo IOt and Is I therefore re rei
available I bi us a New York State t ma maj man manj n
j without being a New York city man manr manly
l iJ j talked of as a possible selection For
mor m l Comptroller Charles G Dawes now nowconnected nowconnected
connected with a big Chicago Ch cugo bank and DndJohn an d
John T r Yerkes Commissioner of In Internal Internal
I ternal Revenue Hcven lie are re also discussed in Inthis n
i I this connection connectionIIS connlctlonLEWIS
Virginia Fi tt1 p i nia Republicans De Denounce
nounce now nowRQ4NQIE nCe Graft GraftROANOKE GraftROANOKE
ROANOKE Va Aug 9 9The The Rcpub RepubHcan
lican convention reassembled this morn mornIng
ing and adopted a platform which in indorses ingorses
dorses the national Republican platform platformplunks plaifor m
plunks of sound money protective tar tariff ta1
iff 1 < < Panama cunul territorial expansion
a big navy Roosevelts Administration Administrationclean AdministratIonclean
clean elections higher education free freeschool freeschool fry fryschool
school books a nonpartisan Judiciary Judiciaryand judlclanand judiciaryand
and beeping the sacred saere oyster rocks roces of ofthe o f fthe
the State from Invasion InvasionThe Invasion1h InvasionThe
The 1h platform further doggone denounces s stealjag steal stealing stealinB fs ¬
jag In n public office denounces the con constitution
stitution of 1902 and deplores deplores tho States Statespart Stutcspart State Statepart s
part played in national nntlonu prosperity prosperityAfter IHosperityJ prosperityAft
J Aft After tter the platform pin trorm was adopted th the therules therules °
rules were suspended and State Chair Cliairniaa Chairman
man C B > 3 Slump was reelected by b acelamation ac acclamation acclamation ¬
clamation clamationJudge clamationJudge elamationJudge
Judge k r L Lewis of Richmond was wasthen wa wathen YaS YaSthen s
then Jlaced placed laced in nomination for governor governorby govelnurby governor
by United States Attorney T r 1 Lee LeeMoore LeeMoore Le °
Moore amid great applause applauseJ applauseTimes applauseTimes
J Times Want Ads Ad Bring BringResults Results
Absence of Mind Caused Absence of BodYI Body BodyEvents BodyEvents
Events Connected With Disappearance Disappearancea I Ia
a Blank to Him
NEW YORK Aug 9 9lUdshipman 9lUdshipmanRobert 9MidshipmanRobert Midshipman MidshipmanRobert
Robert Jackson who has been missingsince missing missingsince missingsince
since a week ago last Friday Frida when ho holeft holeft heleft
left his ship the Missouri then lying lyingin lyIngin lyingin
in the North River has been bccn10cated bccn10catedby located locatedby locatedby
by his father in Quebec QuebecHo QuebecI QuebecIIe
I Ho was working to make enough enoughmonay enoughI enoughmoney
money to return to his ship He has hasgone hasgone hasgone
I gone to the Missouri at Bar Harbor HarborMe HarborMc
Me 1 < with his hi > fa fatherJackson father fatherJackson er erI
I Jackson says sos his is actions are unac unaccountable unaccountable unaccountable ¬
countable to tp him As As if he were In a aNew atrance atrance
trance he says sa s ho wandered awa away fromNew from I INew
New York When he h recovered his hissenses hissenses I
senses and realized the seriousness or orhis orhis
his situation his first thought was to tosecrete tosecrete tosecrete I
secrete himself until he had made madeenough madenough madeenough
enough enough money to return to his ship shipand iand I Iand
and prove his his honor honorReady honorReady honorReady
Ready for Penalty PenaltyHe Pe PenaltyIIe lty ltyHe
He Is prepared to meet whatever whateverpunishment whateverpunishment whateverpunishment
punishment may be imposed and declares de declares declares ¬
clares his only excuse is that the first flrstfew firstfew firstfew
few days after he left his ship aro aroblank aroI areblank
I blank to him himA himj himA
A suggestion of desertion on his part partexcited > urt urtexcited
excited him with indignation when hi hifather hifather hid hidfather
j father D H Jackson and Midshipman MidshipmanCourt MidshipmanCourt IitlshipmanCourt
Court his chum at Annapolis of tho thoPennsylvania thoPennsYlvania
Pennsylvania found him himIn hlmIn himin
In tracing tracmg him from Boston through throughMontreal throuthlontreaI
Montreal to Quebec said his father
1 found unmistakable evidence thatfrom that thatfrom th lt ltfrom
from the time he left the Missouri he hewaa hewas hewas
was not himself and that by some somestrange somestran somestrange
strange stran e means his judgment had been beenrendered becnrendcred beenrendered
rendered inactive InnctiveI
I am pretty well convinced of the theHND theFOUND thePOISbNED
Yale Students COINx111011 COINx111011Tells Companion CompanionTells Conlpalliollfells
Tells Nothing NothingHe TothinaSm
He Says He Tried to Kill Himself HimselfMay HimselfMayRc HimselfMayRecoverWomans May MayRecover
Recover Rc RecoverWomans overVlomans Womans Identity Identitya 1 1a
a Mystery MysteryNEW MysteryNRW
NEW HAVEN Atilt A 9 DPoIsoned Poisoned with withblchlorlde wIthblchlorlde withhichloride
blchlorlde of mercury Owen A Garn Garnsey Gornsey Garnley
sey n young rount matt man who recently attend attended attende attended ¬
ed e Yale University and lives l1yeswlth with hisparents his hisparents hispnronts
parents at 234 Central Park H > vest est New NewYork N w wYork
York was was found unconscious early to today todny togilt ¬
day In the arms of a beautiful girl on onthe onth onthe
the th steps of the residence of Dr PI H IL S SWelsh SVchih SWelsh
Welsh opposite the Yule campus campusThe campusThc campusThe
The identity of Garnseys fair corn
cause and shall leave nothing no hlng undone undoneto
to get at the bottom of the strange strangeaffair strangea strangeaffair
a affair flair
Fathers Confidence ConfidenceMy ConfidenceIy ConfidenceMy
My Iy sons attitude attitu e and statements and andthe anrlUw andthe
the facts I learned while trying to lo locate 10cte locate ¬
cate him prove conclusively that his hiefriends higfriends hisfriends
friends were W w ef le a absolutely correct when whenthey whenthey whenthey
they maintained that his character and andtraining andtrainIng andtraining
training were such that It was Impos Impossible Imposslhle lmpossihle ¬
sible for him to desert his ship when in inhis inhIs inhis
his sensesWhen senses sensesWhen senseshen
When hen young Jackson left his ship on onshore onshore onshore
shore leave with friends he met Olga OlgaMaxwell OlgaMixweli OlgaMaxwell
Maxwell a young woman living in West WestSixtyninth WestSixtyninth Vest VestSixtyninth
Sixtyninth street He did not no return returnwhen returnwhen returnwhen
when his leave lea ye expired expiredOn expired0n expiredOn
On the Monday following his disappcarance disap disappearance disappltlranCe ¬
pearance a general alarm was sent out outllirough outlluocSh outtltrouah
llirough the th pollee The next day the theMaxwell theMaxwell >
Maxwell woman appeared and said she shehad sheIUld shehad I
had left him that morning in Boston BostonJackson BostonJackson BostonJackson
Jackson to Be Tried for forAbsence forAbsence forAbsence
Absence Without Leave LeaveNo
No official report has been made to tothe tothe tothe
the Navy Ka Department of Midshipman MidshipmanJacksons MidshipmanJacksons
Jacksons return to the batleship Mis Missouri Missouri IiS IiSHouri ¬
souri souriMidshipman HouriMidshipman souriMidshipman
Midshipman Jackson it is said will willbe willbe willbe
be tried bv courtmartial The charge chargeagainst chargeagainst chargeagainst
against him hi l it Is said will be absence absencewithout absencewithout absencewithout
without leave though technically he can canbe canbe canbe
be held for desertion The admiral of ofthe orthe ofthe
the squadron will direct the courtmar courtmartial courtmartial courtmartiul ¬
tial The punishment is either suspen suspension suspension suspension ¬
sion or reduction in grade as a 11 midship midshipman midshipman midshipman ¬
man at the Academy Academypanion Academypanion tcademypanlon
panion Is a mystery It is known how however ho hoever hovever ¬
ever that for the last few days she had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been living with hint at the Hotel Ton Tontine Tontine lontine ¬
tine in this city and that she is the thesame thesame thesarne
same young YOUl g woman who was with him himwhen himwhen himwhen
when ho tried to commit suicide in a acab acab acab
cab last Sunday nightWhen night nightWhen nightVh
When Vh n Garnscy Garne > was found poisoned to today today today ¬
day he was taken to Grace Hospital Hospitalwhcrcit Hospitalw Hospitalwhere
whcrcit w where here It is now reported r ported that although althoughhis althoughhis
his condition is still serious he has a achance achanc achance
chance for life lifeThe lifeTine i iThe
The young woman visited him twice in
the hospital but now that the police policewish policewish policewish
wish to quetsion her she has disap disappeared disappeared ¬
peared pearedUpon pearedUpon pearedUpon
Upon being temporarily restored r stor d to toconsciousness toconsciousness toconsciousness
consciousness Garnsey said he had hadtaken hadtaken hadtaken d
taken poison in an attempt on his life
but nothing could be learned from him himas hini hinias hintas
as to the reason for his actAs act actAs actAs
As for the young woman she only
added add > d to the mystery by refusing to ten tenanything tenan tellanything
anything an thing about herself or her cornpunion com companion companion ¬
131000 1000 to Niagara Falls and Return ReturnVia ReturnVia ReturnVia
Via Pennsylvania R R R This popular popularexcursion populnrexcursion popularexcursion
excursion leaves Washington by special specialtrain specialtrain specialtrain
train 755 a m August 11 Vestibule Vestibuletrain Vestibuletrain Vestibuletrain
train with withstundard standard couches and Pullman Pull Pullman Pullman ¬
man parlor cars Through without withoutchange withoutchungc withoutchange
change Tickets good for ten days da s J10 J10Data 10 10Dale
Data for following excursion August 25 25Address 25Address 25Address
Address B M Newbold P 1 A S E D D15th D15th D15th
15th and G sts s s for or descriptive pamphlet pamphlet
Adv AdvTimes AdvTimes AdvTimes
Times Want Ads Bring Results
soonaft2randpied occupied occupled
pied a achaIr chair at Captain Tagearfs table table tablelooking
looking 100klnSiiU TfU indeed indeedThe
The Thefi first t testimony was a 0 deposition
by Capt William B Folwell Eighteenth
Infantry Infantr Fort Leavenworth This set setforth setforth setforth f
forth that Taggart was perfectly perfe t1y sober soberthe I
the night of the celebration given at the theofficers
officers club by b the War College graduating gradu graduatlng graduating
ating class June 30 1903 1903Then 1903Then 1903Then
Then when Attorney Wertz for Tag Taggart Taggart
gart offered the signed statement of ofCharles ofCharles
Charles H Hulbur d < 3 of Chicago Mrs MrsTaggarts MrsTaggarts Irs IrsTaggarts
Taggarts business agent the alimonyquestion alimony alimonyquestion
question was mentioned for the first firsttime firsttime
Taggart Might Ask Alimony AlimonySmyser AlimonySmyser AlimonySmyser
Smyser for the defense assumed that thatCaptain that thatCaptain thatCaptain
Captain Taggert might ask for alimony
because the agents statement of her herpropert herproperty i j jproperty
property was introduced Smyser argued ar argued
gued hotly that Mrs Taggart could not notbe
be ordered to pay P11 her husband alimony alimonyas
as It was as not specifically mentioned in Inthe inthe
the pleadings pleadingsThis pleadingsThis pleadingsThis
This lady lad as we will show he said saidhas saidhas saidhas
has an independent income income to whichTaggart which whichTaggart
Taggart never contributed SL L
We Ve dont want any alimony re <
torted Wertz but there have been beencases beencases
cases in Ohio which even though the
husband was granted a decree for his hiswifes hiswlfcs hiswifes
wifes conduct his wife was given alimony ali alimony a11mon ¬
mony mon monHU monyIf
HU If you get a divorce we shall not ask
for alimony declared SmyserThe Smyser SmyserThe Smyserrhe
The court made a note of these decla declarations
rations settling the alimony alimon problem problemThen problemThen problemThen
Then the agents statement was read byagreement by byagreement b
agreement between counselMrs counsel
Mrs Taggarts 5000 Income IncomeIt
It showed that Mrs Irs Taggart was In inrecel inreceipt I
receipt recel t of 5000 a year ar from the estateof estate
of her foster mother the late Mrs MrsCharles lrs
Charles Culvejr Culver of Chicago In 1S90 189 Mrs Mr MrCulver j
Culver had set set apart 85000 and after afterher afterher
her death in 1901 20000 more was found foundto foundto foundto
to be set aside for the benefit of MrsTaggart Mrs MrsTagsart
Taggart and her children childrenOnly childrenOnl
Only Onl the annual Income was to go to toMrs toIrs t tMrs
Mrs Irs Taggart but that was to be abso absolutely absolutely absolutely ¬
lutely hers and the property In case caseof Clseof caseof j
of her death was to go to her children childrenThomas i i
Thomas Moreda Captain TaggartMalay Taggarfs s
Malay valet was then sworn while the thecrowd thecrowd thecrowd
crowd became quiet in the hope of hear hearing hearing I
ing something of especial Interest Mo Moreda lo
reda said he was twentyone twent one years oldwas old oldwas
was with the Taggarts at Fort Leaven Leavenworth Leavtnworth Leavenworth
worth in 1903 and had worked for Tug TugBart Tcggurt rl
Bart for eight months at that time Wit H Hness
ness knew Colonel Miner he said andlvttl and andhid andh1d
hid seen him nt It t the he 1e Taggart house housemany houwmany housernany
many times Urn > perhaps ten or twelve twelveTwice twelverwice twelveTwice
Twice Miner Iiner had been In thehouse the house whe whethe when whenthe wlwnthe n
the captain was was confined in the hos hospital hospital hospital ¬
pital once with another officer and once oncealone oncealone one onealone e
Valet Testifies TestifiesLieutenant
Lieutenant Fortescue the Roosevelconnection Roosevelt Rooseveltconnection Rooseveltconnection t
connection witness said had come to tothe tothe t tthe o
the house while the captain car > tan was in inKansas i iKansas n
Kansas City on Hood duty arriving at a t
9 p m Mrs Taggart had then told toldwitness tol tolwitness d I Iwitness
witness to go to bed and he had seen see seenothing n
nothing more moreIn moreIn
In the morning at 9 oclock Fortescue Fortescuecame °
came and walked walk d In In without knocking lmoclcingasking knockingasiting
asking for Mrs Taggart witness said saidMrs suidzlrs saidMrs
Mrs Taggart Taga rt was upstairs wearing wearingJapanese a aJapanese aJapanese
Japanese night dross dressFortescue
Fortescue went upstairs and was In t ther n nher I Iher
her room threequarters of an an hour Wit Witness Vit Vtness I Iness
ness had gone upstairs and seen the theoftlccr theofficer
officer come out of liar 1I r room go down downstairs downstairs downstairs ¬
stairs and leave the house hous houseMrs
Mrs Tagirart was stIll wearing wear ing the thekimono th e 1 1kimono
kimono and stayed In her room after ate1Fortescue afterFortescue I <
Fortescue left leftTaggart lettTaggart leftTaggart
Taggart Children ChildrenWill ChildrenVill ChildrenWill
Will Not Be Called CalledWOOSTER CalledTOOSTER CalledWOOSTER
WOOSTER Ohio Aug 9 9Unexpcctd 9Unexpcctddelay 9Unexpectetdelay Unexpected Unexpecteddelay l
delay developed in the Taggart divorctrial divorce divorcetrial dlyorcetrIal e
trial yesterday yesterday but while the hearing hearingContinued hearingContinued bearin bearinContinued g
Continued on Fifth Page
Japanese J 1panese and Russian RussianPlenipotentiaries RussianI Rt
Plenipotentiaries Now Nowin Nowt Nowin
in Conference ConferenceI 4 4IN
arm armG
Assistant Secretary Peirce PeirceRetires PeirceI
Retires R tires and aridLe Leaves ves Diplo Diplomats I1iploi Pi lo lomats ¬
mats Face to Face FaceDevious Facei
Devious D De ebtoCJs fous Diplomacy DiplomacyTo fl rplomacy rplomacyTo f
To End EndCttJel Cruel WarToday War WarToday Vlarroday
Today the peace envoys of Russia Russiaand Russiaand RussiaandJapan
and andJapan Japan J pan began their great battleof battle battleof battleofw1ts
of ofw1ts ofw1tsOn of witsOn wits witsOn
On one one hand the Japanese effort effortwill ertortwill effortwill
will will be to reap the benefit benefit of vic victories victories victorIes ¬
tories won won on sea and land and to tosecure tosecure tosecure
secure guarantees uarantees for future peace peaceOn peaceOn peaceOn
On the other hand the Russian en endeavor endeavor endeavor ¬
deavor will be to minimize the Jap Japanese Japanese Tapan ¬
anese an anese se demands making a A ngopd good bar bargain barrain bargain ¬
gain and saving the face of the theCzar theC theWith theCzar
Czar CzarWith C
CzarWith With With these ends in in in view both sidesare Sidesare sides sidesare
are bluffing The Japanese Ta anese it Is es esI exI eat
I pected will first demand far in ex excess excesso cxcess ¬
cess cesso cess of what they hope to obtain obtainThe obtainThe obtainThe
The Russians will be be able to claimvictory claim claimvictory claimyictory
victory by securing sec ring concessions from fromthese fromthese fromthese
these conditionsProspects conditions conditionsProspects conditionsProspects
Prospects of an an ultimate treaty of ofpeace otpeace ofpeace
peace as the outcome outcomeot of a along long con conference conference conference ¬
ference ference are believed brighter brighterPORTSMOUTH origirterPORTSMOUTH brighterPORTSMOUTH
PORTSMOUTH Aug 9 9The The first ses session session seson ¬
s sion i on of the peace conference began beganshortly beganshortly beganshortly
shortly f after 10 oclock this this morning morn nS In Inthe inthe inthe
the general stores building at the navy navyyard navyyard navyard
yard4rriving yard yardArriving y ard ardArriving
Arriving In automobiles the envoys en oys ofussia of ofRussia ofRussia
Russia R ussia and and Japan were escorted by Sec Secretary SecTetary Secretary ¬
retary retary Peirce Peirce to the the rooms on on the sec second sec second aeeond
ond floor fioorpr prepared pared for them themCouncil themjoun themCouncil
Council joun iiChPDber Chamber Turned XurnedOver XurnedOverWheIlnll Over OverWhen OverSChen
When WheIlnll SChen all all were there gathered in the big bigcouncil bigccun bigcouncil
c council 1 ccun council n chamber Mr Peirfie P rCe announced announcedit
1 it j was his pleasure as the United States Statesrepresentative Statesrepresentatlve Statesrepresentative
r representative J to turn over the rooms roomsfor roomsfor roomsor
C for J f or the use of the representatives of ofJapan QfJapan ofapan
Japan J apan and Russia and to assure them of ofIhe ofthe ofthe
the deep interest that the United UI te Slatesfelt States Statestelt
j f felt In the happy outcome of their labors la labors labors ¬
borsThen b bors borsThen 1 borsThen
Then with a bow Mr Peirce with withdrew withdrew withdrew ¬
drew to the rooms reserved for himselfrho himself himselfrrhe himselfrhe
rrhe envoys of the two warring emper emperors emperors emperors ¬
ors o ors were left face fac to face to settle down downto downto downto
ti to business businessIn businessIn businessIn
In this simple democratic way was wasinaugurated wasinal wasinaugurated
inaugurated inal gurated the conference which It is isthe isthe isthe
tj the hope of the civilized world will put puta
a stop to the most stupendous andbloodiest and andbloodiest andbloodiest
b bloodiest war In history historyAn histOIjAn historyAn
An Hour in Session SessionThe SessionThe SessionThe
The session lasted less than an hourIt hour hourIt hourIt
j It was announced unofficially immediate immediately
ly after after adjournment that the order of ofbusiness ofbusiness ofbusiness
i business had been agreed upon thatthe that thatthe thatthe
t the language to be used should suit tha thaconvenience thAconenience theonvenience
c convenience of the Individual members membersand membersand membersnd
S and a nd that the second session should beheld be baheld beheld
held at 10 oclock tomorrow tomorrowBaron tomorrowBaron tomorrowBaron
Baron Ros Rosen n stated that if a treaty treatywere trPIJ trPIJwere treatywere
were agreed upon It would most likely likelybe likelybe likelybe
b be in FrenchCount French FrenchCount FrenchCount
Count Witte and Baron Rosen return returned returned returned ¬
c ed < in an automobile at noon The Jap Japanese Japanese Japanese ¬
a anese envoys did not return until later laterResults loterResults laterResults
Results 6f f Meeting MeetingAfter MeetingAfter MeetingAfter
After the ne return r turn of the plenipotentiaries plenipoten plenipotentiaries plenipotentiaries ¬
t tiaries to t the hotel from the navy na Y yard yardMr yardr urd
Mr M 11 r Sato on behalf of the Japanese Japanesemade JapaneSCmade Japanesmade
r made J the following statement statementTodavs statementrodays statementTodays
Todavs meeting was entirely Infor Informal InCormal informal ¬
mal mal 1 for the purpose of settling tho thomethod thomethod themethod
r method J of procedure In that meeting meetingit
it i was decided d cided that formal meetings meetingswill meetingswill meetingswill
will comence tomorrow at 930 930Meetings 93QIeetll1gs 930Meetings
Meetings will be held twice a 3 day dayone da daone dayone
c one from 930 a m to 1230 p m and andthe andthe andthe
t the 1 other at 3 p m to 530 or 6 p msubject m msubject msubject
s subject to such modifications modifications modl cation > as may ma bs baagreed bsagreed beagreed
E agreed I upon by the plenipotentiaries plenipotentiariesNo
No serious business was transacted transactedat
E at this mornings session sessionAll sessionAll sessionY
All f Smoking Cigarettes CigarettesEnvoys CigarettesEnvoys CigarettesBnvoys Y
Envoys Go to Conference ConferenceHOTEL ConferenceHOTEL
3 MOUTH N H Aug 9 9TheJaJalc3 9TheJaJalc3pnvoys 9The The Japanese Japaneseenvoys
f envoys and the members of their suite suiteand suiteand suiteand
and L the members of the Russian Rus au suitebreakfasted suite suitebreakfasted suitebrcakfasted
breakfasted in the building bulldIn diningroom diningroomthis dlningro dieingrootthis m mthIs
1 i this t his morning Count Witte and Baron BaronRosen BaronRos BaronRosen
Rosen Ros n the Russian envoys eno s were served servedin
in I their private apartments apartmentsThe auartment3The apartmentsTime
The diningroom diningroom was filled at annusually an anunusually anunusuallv
t unusually u early eall hour the guests wishing wishingto
to have t1 their a erfruit fruit and nd coffee flavored flavoredwith flavoredth flavoredwith
with th the view of the distinguished for foreigners foreirrners fereiiners ¬
Jays Eat Little LittleIt LittleIt
It was 9 oclock however before their theirwait thairwalt theirait
wait w ait was rewarded Minister Takahira Takahiraand Takahiraand Takahiramid
c and a mid Baron Komura bowingly acknowl acknowledged acknowleded acknowledged ¬
edged several se ral salutations They rhe ata atasparingly at atdrigf > >
sparingly and with d great deliberation deliberationand u uentranc
drigf neg t
and their i automobile was at the huie huieertranee hotoa hotoaentrance
t entrance before they Ow > had finished finishedThe finIsheThe
The Russian envoys were the first to tostart tostart
start s tart on the fivemile automobile ride to tothe tothe
the conefernce rooms A bier bl red motor motorcar motorClii
c car was in wating for them outside their theirquarters thdrquarters theirquarters
c quarters in the annex of the hotel hotelThere hotel1here hotelhere
There here were just four persons to wave wavethem waVQthem vavathem
i them a farewell and three of these were werenewspaper weronesplper werenewspaper
t newspaper oorespondnts oorespondntsIt
It was Just 945 oclock when whentte 55
Witte tte and Buron Rosen entered their thtlrcar thdrCUI theircar
c car The senior plenipotentiary of tho thoCzar thoCzur
Czar wore a black sack coat white whitewaistcoat whitewaistcoat whLqwaistcoat
waistcoat dark gray trousers and soft sott1lanilu softManila nottIanUa
7 Manila IanUa straw hat hatHe hatHe hatTie
He w was s puffing his Inevitable inevitablecigarette cigar cigarette clgllette ¬
c ette cigarette in its peculiar holder and leaned leanedheavily leaneQhcmvil leune
heavily hcmvil h on his big stick as he walked walkedlown walke walkegown
c down the steps > teps to the ear U Baron Ri Resell RUPl1WflS Resellwas > scn scnvns
was more formally attired in a a black blaelcfrock blacktrock blackt1
frock t1 ock coat and white waistcoat Both Bothenvoys BothCIlYO Boil Boilenvoys
envoys CIlYO S carried gloves but did not wear weaffthem WtMthetn weartheir
them themThev thetnlhey theirThey
They bowed bowed to the newspaper metwino met meqwho
who witnessed their departure They Theywore Thatre The Thewere
wore > re accompanied by M Nabakoff abaliOf aa aaLumber a aLumber
Lumber in Carloads at Wholesale tfc tfceverybody tgcveryhod
everybody c Libbey Co 6th NY Av AvAdv Avo Avov
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