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CHSS1L El ElCharge EUOK EUOKTHE GilOKr
THE r NEMESIS NEMESISOf NEMESISC NEMESISOF
Of WilLIAMS WilLIAMSCharge NLLLIAMSY
Charge C here r b by Y Exploiting ExploitingCaptain ExploitillgCapt ExPloitii g
Captain Capt i l When Arrest Arrested Arrested Arrestend ¬
ed for Hotel Bil BilPHILADELPHIA Bill BillPHILADELPHIA BillPHILADBLPBlA
PHILADELPHIA PHILADBLPBlA April A ZTCapt ZTCapttc L cati cat Capttv
tv fill i 111 am Plumb William fomytrly for rattly of ofh ofhe ofhe
h he volunteer serviee and a4 once a cadet cadeta cadetat
a at i Wtst W = at Point and who served eel in the theh thelpanshAmerlcaa thei
i lpanshAmerlcaa h pun sh American war wag a prisoneri prisoner
i his morning at the central station on onUK onhe
UK 11 he < bargc rp of defrauding detraut1 the Hotel HotelKdonard HoteldolanI HotelKduuard
Kdonard and was later taken to liag liagstrata Jqrao Ma Mara
strata ra rao a Gallagher office o lce where he berlca wasr was wasivluaHed
r ivluaHed rlca Ica > IM from custody cuatod upon paying < < the theoprletor tho1IJpr thei
1IJpr i oprletor tor of that note hOt for forbOard board whichIse which whichlo whicbht
lo ht la t rlfaitpd aUrsjsjd to t hav bavs 3osf dodged ed by b xbt xbti flight flightit lightit
i it l VMS a expected that Captain Williams Williamsvnull wmtamsull Williamswul
wul vnull ull j be held for requisition papers papersinv papO papersnnv
rm inv New Ne York Tor upon charges c ck9j es vf vfwinlllng ofwin C Cwin
win winlllng fling but while the prisoner prle prtOner ner WaBJj was wasn
n tie tt e dock at the central central station Cap Capuin Capa
Cap
uin a i in n i rY Jct Detectives Donaghy Informed InformedMagistrate 1ntonMCIJlagl intttrmedMagistrate
Magistrate Jlagl te Ktseiibrown brown that no com comKluin cornLain
Lain Kluin laill had been lodged Lodgel against Wtffiams Wtffiamsy
y y the New York authorities After Afteri Afterrelease
i UM release Captatp Cpta d Williams WIOla made ma4edae ma4edaeI the Chelollowlng
I lollowlng ullo statement statementAceuMB etatetnentAcetrsat aa at atAoo1lHl
AceuMB CawRy Cask CaskIMC C CaskUt
AII 01 ray y recent t tratbisiste 111 10 tot
IMC 11 t nc persecution of one Caastfer Cass C Cook Cooki
i I former Cincinnati attorney who wh has hason haskeen
keen < on n my nemesis neme Ie and has followed me mei
r i rJI + IcntJessly tJeeaJy from fro pee to place black bIack1I1ng blackring
ring my m character and lists cl causing ca aue6ngcharges false falsei f fhae
charges i hae to be madtat made against me meI seI
I met Cook first at the Hotel Cham Chambrlin CMmhrUn Chamb
brlin b + rltn at Fort Monroe oe in UK u He Hewanted Hea li lil
l wanted a + IU nted me to obtain Mm transporta transportaion i1 transportaon UJporta UJportaon
ion on to Cuba and ad be said ad be was en eniavoring ealvorlq entvortng
iavoring lvorlq to to dispose of a number ofttuabk of ofil
il ttuabk uable Spanish StNU lsb coins of I lost Iu trace tr lCe of ofim ofI o orn
im I m until May M 3c JM8 when ben I met him himlvastingttttrv in inu9hlngton illashlacton
lvastingttttrv u9hlngton where 1 wrest t to settle settleme eett eettm ett ettrne
> me m accounts with th the Navy Depart Deportri Departrnnttn
ri rnnttn iit in reference to the thei transport transportt for
t t a mama lIa Cook told me that he was waatJlpiac wastpptng
xtupptas a the Chevy Chase Inn and andaid andail1 andaid
aid he was W trying tm to get an option on onn onIt oiu
n house own owned d by Senator Newb Newland NewlandI ode
I iiflpcu him b in this matter and did didn dl4Ill
< n Ill t see him b D again until the following followingar rfJIlowta rfJIlowtaal g
> < ar al I1 when wh I met him in New N York YorkI gh
I bad deposits tea a box Ailed Ued with withvernnqint wit witt th thIem h
Iem < < > vernnqint ernntent nt vouchers voW 01 hers jCamily tamlly roily letters lettersn
1111 > n iii l contract for the construction CODa Ion with withtin
withv
Ui tin South Snore Traction Company v of ofT f fT
L T < ns > Island eland This box boxwa wa wass taken takenn 1 1 1mi
J mi III n sure by Cook who with these thesepiTHTS tl tlTrpx yes
1 Trpx piTHTS 1 111 in nte r sossasslin J 1 r I1I1D proceeded to toMirkmaU toJjukmaU t tkmatl o
MirkmaU kmatl me lie sold much of the in information inI ¬
formation I rma rmatkon on h be obtained from my private privateT rivate rivateT
T p > pen 111 to t4 newspapers n papen and this led t tr to totii tot o ore
t tii ill numerous n roue publications publt atlotta which whichli re re1irted retted
1irted li cted upon mr character ebaraet r My cleaL 1Je3Lh cleaLIM destlr
lr IM e I with the South 8hx Share rc Traction TractionCuinpnny Tractirt lraeti t trnpany n
Cuinpnny t < < sunny were wlc trde e all honorable and my m mout m3plan
7 plan > luiM troukl out la hojtc been carried to fcuc fcucssful htJCrul succ
< ssful rul completion but for Cooks Cook ac aciion act
t iion I illn nn To show ah > w that I have no fear fear of
prosecution in New York I am going goingtv goingt oing
t tv 0 that city cit ibis afternoon afternoonWilliams afternoonWUlflunS afternoonW
W Williams lltttma Record RecordAccording RCQordAceordlng RecordAccording
According to reports from New York YorkCaptain YorkUtaln YorkCaptain
Captain Utaln Willlunns WlIl 4D1ti floated a 30000000 120000000scheme 30000000scheme 000090 000090heme
scheme heme to operate a railroad system in inLong InLon InLong
Long Lon Island on rights of way wa that laterwere later laterwere lAterwre
were declared worthless organhsed a acompany acompany acompany
company that issued 900000 OOO worth of ofSold orold ofgold
Sold old bonds In another railroad enter enterprise enterpri6e enterprise ¬
prise which is repudiated tried to t t get getcapital getapital getcapital
capital to back n scheme at hems be had for fordigging fordlaclns fordigging
digging a Panama canal organised orpnl orpnloUler an another another ¬
other railroad company with a half halfmillion balfmQllolL halfndlUon
million dollars capital stock which whichncrer WbIebOOT whichnever
ncrer OOT never r panned out was short nearly Derl DerlSICICI neatlyu000
8040 SICICI in b account with the Government Oovernsaeatwhile Governmentwhile OovenmteatWhile
while in charge of of a United Statestransport States Statestransport cat cattraa8l
transport traa8l Olt used the names of August AugustBelmont Au AuBelmont AugustBelmont
Belmont and other oth I wellknown financiers financierswithout anaaclenwtthout flnenderswithout
without their consent to give ve prestige ttse to tohis tohili tohis
his schemes s hemC8 and left a trail of debts debtsamong debtsDIORg debtsamong
among brother officers o olileer ken s In till tl army and andwcu
I wcu we wellknown > knowa people in New York and andWashington andWbhapOll andWaahington
Washington who became ready victims victimsof vlethuof victims victimsof
of his pleasant t manners JqDft and ad schemes schemesAlthough lclaem80Alth0u8h schemeAlthough
Although the prisoner gave bin b name nameas uameas nameas
as Walter B Williams and registered registeredat registered registeredat
I at the tMBd6uar4 Bdouard as 0 H H Williams it itwas ItI
I was as said td at the Edouard last t night nl < < ltt that thatit thatIt thatIt
it was w was known that his hi clothing was wasmarked wuUUUked wasmarked
marked W P Williams
I I GOMPQSER OMPSE MASGA MA8OAG1 NI NII
I SUED FOR i 5000 1
l
1 BKKLIN IlILI3i LlN April IThe 27 The news ew come co come comefrom
t from Vicuna that t tat at PIetro Msscsgni Ma8cQJ thefamous the thefamous thefaJDoaa
famous Italian composer who had such suchpainful suchpainful
painful 1 experiences ta America not long longago Ion Ionp p pago ° g
ago p Is I in trouble again in The authorities authoritieshave authorille8ha authoritieshave
have ha e seiaed ae ed the proceeds plOeee of a aat concert concertat co cert certt
at t which Rhieh fllCb he conducted to satisfy uCy the theclalfti theeIaIth th thclaim e
claim of Fran Josa Will who says the themaestro the0 th thmaeatro e
maestro owes 0 her an Indemnity Dw1t7 oCiOQs oCiOQsMasoagnf oC oCJbnt 35 35Masoagnt 000
Masoagnf when he was last In the theAustrian theAuatriall theAustrian
Austrian capital four years y ago 0 stated statedthat statedI eta etaflat
I that he would pay 4SMO for a suitable suitablelibretto aultahleUbret
libretto Ubret + o for a new opera Frau Will Wittshowed wmshowed Willshowed
showed him t m a libretto entitled Irene Irenedi Irenet I Idi 1e
di t 3piUetbergba Sp Iett with which the theposer com composer comII ¬
poser wa WU very pleased and promised promisedto pro proI mhal
II to t have it translated and compose the themusic thec thetook themusic
music musicMascagrd musicDi c
Di Mascagrd agai took the manuscript to Italy Italywith IWyWIth Itch Itchwith Y
with him leaving lean Frau Will without a acopy acopy
copy Since then she he has been unable unableto waableto unab unabto
to flat any ala ward w rd from him about aboutopera the theopera u ura theleans
opera ra and until be came to Vienna Viennacould YIeaa YIeaaI leans
could not even And his whereabouts whereaboutsthe wIIereaboaLNo wbereabarisaNo
No that be came within her reach reacbtbe reachthe
I the lady sought Iltt legal aid staid and acedfor Red him himfor btJIafor > t > et
for I5M9 15 damages Until this Is l paid paidher paWi
i her lawyers have a claim on the pro proceeds proI procoeds ¬
I coeds of the ecncert ecncertMETHODIST CCDCertMETHODIST
METHODIST MISSIONARY MISSIONARYMARRIES MISSIONARYMARRIES MISSIONARYMARRIES
MARRIES PRESBYTERIAN PRESBYTERIANMiss N
Miss 188 Sadie Belle Harbaugli former formerly formerlyof y
of this city < fty who was sent l hy y the con congregation conrepdon congteP ¬
gregation gteP + of Mt Vernon Methodist Epis Episcopal EpllIcopal Eptl s ¬
copal Church South about ten years yearsago yearsaco yearsago
ago as a missionary to Korea was w wascently re recently recenU ¬
cently cenU marled In Seoul Korea to Dr DrJesse DrJeae
Jesse Watson Hirst of Philadelphia PhiladelphiaPa PhUa elplala elplalaPa
Pa Dr Hirst has for some e years been beena
beene
a member of C the Korean Mission of the thePresbyterian tb tbPrnbJterlaa thPresbyterian e < <
Presbyterian Church at that puce They Theywill The Thewill y
will 01 reside at the Severance Hospital HospitalCompound lIospttaJCompouad Iiospl IiosplCompound W
Compound outside the Great South SouthGate SouthGate Son tic
Gate Seoul Korea
FRENCH CAPITAL GAPITAlCANNOT CAPITALCANNOT
CANNOT HARBOR HARBORiRlSH HARBORIRISH
IRISH COLLEGE COLLEGEBritish COLLEGEBritish
British Government Giv Given 1v 1ven ¬
en Notice by b M t1 Briand BriandAlinister Briandl
r rMinister
Minister l inister of I InstructionPARIS instruction instructionPARIS
PARIS Ayres Z7 7 M tI Brkutd B utcI minister ministerof mI mIor
of public Instruction has JWttJtal AOtUI the theBrttkrit theBrfult theBritish
British government p that ta emwenwenc emwenwencof CIIOI CIIOIor oonsequeelceof
of the separation of church and aJMtlaw cut cutlaw state statelaw
law It Is propoctu > > i to suppress P the Irish IrishCollege 1r IrishCollege ta taCollep
College In J1 Part parflt which i eb has existed for forthree tbrthree forthree
three centuries centuriesIt un unIt
It was founded fou ded by the Irish II18 clerks clerkswho elerawho clerkawho
who during duci 5 the reigns r of Henry VIII VIIIand VllIand Vii Viiand
and Eli Elisabeth wero forced to seek ek ebel ebeltor bet better ¬
ter fa France on account of relbrfou relbrfoupersecution reI reIPfJIHIeuUOD religious religiouspersecution
persecution After having baVt figured with withhonor Withhonor withhonor
honor lit various ParIs colleges eon theyobtained they theyobtained Ua8Jobtained
obtained authority fey It letters pattnt tOacquire to toacquire toacquire
acquire the Old Lombard d College eo ep which whlcltWall whichwas whichwas
was at that time really a part of of the theuniversity theuniversity
university urtVfnllt of Paris ParisUnder ParIaU ParisUnder
Under U clet the new law 1 w Catholic cannot cannotbe casualbe maot
be teaching bodies bod la France and M M MBriand JitBrtaad
Briand ha hu proposed to the British Kiw Kiwemment g ife ifeernment r rernmcnt
ernmcnt to sell the college and banish banishthe banishthe
the professors proe and student ta The be pro proceeds proceeds ¬
ceeds will be placed la the I per cents centsand eeataAnd septaand
and placed to the credit of the British Britishgovernment BrtdtIbsovernmenL Britishgovernment
government governmentThe sovernmenLThe
The Irish are greatly opposed to the theplan 11Mplata
plan saying that it means u disaster dl8aaterwell as aswell
well as a serious loss for them as the thecollege thecoIletfe thecollege
college consists of foundations toundatlo bringing bringingin brburmsIn
In 1 14 per cent They also claim that thatthe thatthe flatthe
the Irish College and Its foundations foundationsjoxist foundationsexist
joxist extat exist by virtue of o a kind of Jmmor 3ml minor nor con concordat concordat
cordat cordat between the French government governmentand pvernaaeatand governmenand t
and and the Irish Catholics and that this thiscan th thcan b tb
can only be broken by consent of both bothparties boilaCltRcerned bothparties
parties concerned concernedGRAND CltRcernedGRAND
GRAND DUKE DUK SPONSOR SPONSORFOR SPONSORFOR
FOR FORA AMERICAN CHILD CHILDCANNES CHILDCANNES
CANNES April rtl tin a drawing drawingroom dra draroom drawingroom
room of the Villa Cambra whichdecanted which bleh wall walldecorated w wdeftrated
decorated with ith beautiful flowers o for forthe ferthe fv r
the occasion n the Grand Duke Michael Michaelstood M1e M1eftood Mel
stood sponsor for the baby girt of Mr Mrand Mra1lcl Derand
and Mrs Armar Smu Saunderton The child childreceived childrecdVed childreceived
received the name of Lydia Ann The Thegrand Thecrand Th Thgrand e
grand duke gave pv his little godchild godchildcomplete a acomplete acomll ea
complete comll table set in silver silverOthers sliverOthers Iver Iver0tber8
Others present were Mrs Oraef and andMr aMMr
Mr John Saunderson Mrs M Spredtel SpredtelMrs SpreekekMrs SpuedkekMrs
Mrs Burton Harrison Countess Counte Torby
Mrs end Miss Lord Mr and Mrs GalsR M II R RR RR
R Churbeque Boeye Mrs M Chautace Chauncey ChauBCeYlcKeever Y
McKeever and Mrs Low LowSEN LowSEN LowSEN
SEN FORAKERS BROTHER BROTHERDIES BROTHERDIES BROTHERDIES
DIES AT AGE OF FFTYTWO FIFTYTWOCINCINNATI FFTYTWOCINCINNA
CINCINNATI CINCINNA TI Ohio Apr April 2 2J James JamesR JM a s sR
R Foraker fiftytwo years old brother brotherof broth r ror
of Senator Joseph B Foraker died diedthis diedthla
this afternoon at hto 11 residence In this thiscity tbIIIclt thiscity
city clt after a lingering UlalJerln < < illness
c UNDESIRABLE UNDESIRABLEOrganization CLUB CLUBFIGHTS CLUBFIGHTSROOSEVELT
FIGHTS FIGHTSROOSEVELT FIGHTSROOSEVELTo ROOSEVELT ROOSEVELTOrganization
Organization to Work WorkAgainst WO W WCLUB o r k kAgainst kAgainst
Against Presidents s Re Renomination Renomination Renomination
nomination and andElection andElectiont andElectionCIUCAGO Election ElectionCHICAGO ElectionCHICAGO
t
CHICAGO April 27 S7A lA A Chicago or organisation orgtnluatlon ¬
ganisation of iO ONl undesirable rabIe oUt altfsens dtfxens
xens is S announced announo stjo w rt have have ta been formed formedby tormedb focusedby
by b G l tL T r Fi li Futtcettiadmakl oJMiM iBtkMiaJ organiser organiserof
of tne Ado > lo > er erIUtywo0ll l ywo d Association of ofLabor ofI ofLabor
I Labor UrJoM UrJ11M TH rite membership is islocal iabut islocal
local but promoters prom pasrnotera of the organization organisationexpect o organizationexpect utIon utIonI
expect to drtftbfteb branches every evenwhere everyI everywhere
I
I where and nee use thasestlre t ie e entire organUtation organUtationduring organlaalionI organisationduring
I during the mwriiochlnif Presidential Preatdentlaicampaign PraidftUaiI Presidentialcampaign
I campaign CAUlJIa IPt to drat t Srealdent Roosevelts Roose Roosevelfs
I velfs velt renoMtna reaoaa renotelne4ioa ioii If possible or Ills Illsreelection bIBccUott hisreelection
reelection ccUott If we MB to nominated maasaoatadon Tha Thaassociation
I association h hatJ ur baled issued a call for a pro protesV proI prot
I tesV t meeting to be be held here May MayI IS ISThe HThe
I The Tie avowed purpose purpose of the organisers organisersta orpnl orpnlIs
Is first to 0 secure can fiafr play F for tbt thiminers th thminers tbtmlnera
miners awaiiiug awai uC trtak mail tot Idaho I kJt f rf r the thealleged thealleged
alleged rauef murder nll Iof o of former totarer Governor QovernorThey Governortuenberg oyernO oyernOt
t bnenair tuenbergThey bnenairThey
They will IriVite te the fsi1 followiog to qwlc wing sj teaki < teak eakers eskera
i ers er8 to Iukllr addrras meetings atid ala preMcnt preMcntthe p pluiecntthe Wlent WlentI
I the opposite sides we of the case Press President PntuI Pressdent ¬
I dent Koosevclt Roosu itat Eugene Ea < < e V Dabs Clatence Clar Clarence CIarn ¬
ence n Darr Darrow > > w conqpet for the miners minersJohn Jl minrrsJohn a aJohn
John John Mltctl Mltcr U president prn L of the Unite UniteMiners UaiooolJtlnera LniteInners 1
Miners of > f America and Samuel Oomp DoDa DoDaen Goniprera
era president pr nt of the American Fedtra Fedtratton Fedt Fedttion Federatins
tins of Lntor Undesirable citlsena citlsenawill citteen citteenwill ctueUt
will Ut be requested to wear buttons and andparticipate alldpart1Oipate a aparticipate d
participate actively In the elections All Allreformers Anrenrmer AI AIrefnrmera 1
1d
reformers renrmer and political agitators taton ard ardtheorists arc arctbeorlataJ ar artheorists d
th theorists eorists eoristsHARRY are eligible to membership membershipHARRY membembiaxI
I HARRY HARRY THAWS THA S SISTER SISTERON SISTERON SISTERON
ON WAY TO EUROPE EUROPEKKW EUROPEI EUROPENEW EUROP EUROPNW E
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NEW YORK April 27Mr and Mrs MrsGeorge X XGeorpo DIGeorge
George L L Carnegie the latter a sister sisterof aWlerHarry scot
of Harry Thaw scUed sp tied today for Eu Europe Eurup Europe ¬
rope rup rope They were W re passengers paae n on th thl the thePhiladelphia thePhUadflPhla e
Philadelphia bound for Paris Pa and w wslay will willsiay wIULay l U
slay Lay abroad it is understood until untilThaw untUThaw un unThaw
Thaw In again ap placed on trial for his hislife h hlife hislife
life lifeRAILROADS lifeRAILROADS lifeRAILROADS
RAILROADS DISCRIMINATE DISCRIMINATEAGAINST DISCRIMINATEAGAINST DISCRIMINATEAGAINST
AGAINST MONTGOMERY MONTGOMERYThe Y
The Montgomery Freight F lsht Bureau has hasfiled hasflied
filed a complaint with the Interstate InterstateCommerce InterstateCommerce
Commerce Comsaksaloa Commission charging that the theLouisrille th thLouisville e
Louisville and Nashville and aft fifteen fifteenother sea
other roads are discriminating di dlacriminattagthat laat1a against againstthat apiftIItthat
that city in favor of Mobile Birming Birmingham Blnuiacham Birmiugham ¬
ham and Pettsacola Pe acoIa In shipments l from fromOhio fromOblo f fOhio rom
Ohio and d Mississippi river crossings crossingsLAND CroalnSLLAND
LAND GRAfTS TO RAILROADS RAILROADSThe
The first railroad land grant rant was that thatsjven thagiven t
given v to the u Illmota Central ralir ralirin railroad railroadin cad
in ifioo Th The Pacific roads however howeverhave howeverhave howeverhave
have been by taT ar the largest Ia t benefi beneficiaries ¬
darks of the Government Oovem nt in the mat matter matt1 matter ¬
ter of subsidies 8Ub81 < U8 In 19S2 1 the th Government Governmentadvocated Govenataentadvocuec Goveranaenadvocated
advocated the building Idt of roads to confleet con connect conneet ¬
fleet the middle West with the Pacific Pacificeoast 1 1ac 1Ae 1Aeeoaat fl flpurposes c
coast for political strategical atratecteaJand sueategfcaland purposes purposesand
and the amount of lands granted to the thevarious tJutarlO13 thevarious
various Pacific Pal roads during the period rlod
from UBS 188 to 175 has been estimated a aabout at atabout atabout
about 15SMaOQO acres aerVa Van Nordens hordes
Magasine Map ae
INVULNERABLE BOAT BOATClAIMED BOATCLAiMEOFOR
ClAIMED CLAiMEOFOR FOR NAVY NAVYBusiness NAVYBusiness
Business Section of Sub SubSurface SubSuriace SubSurface
Surface Torpedo Torp Tor edo d Vessel VesselFar VfesselFar ss l lFar
Far Under Water WaterThe WaterThe
The construction board of the navy navywill JlVYwill navywill
will begin official tests t at ± t Newport port on onTuesday onTuesday n nTuellday
Tuesday of a strange new new figatlng craft craftthe erattJt erahthe
tJt the subsurface u ure2 torpedo boat boatThere boatThre boatThyrc
There are two distinct huB bulls connect CiOIUMICttCI connected connected ¬
ed by a waist a1aJt with the teglnes 1gt 1 steer steering 1Iteerbalf steer steering ¬
ing gear torpedoes torpcd anl anc torpedo t tubes tubesbeneath tu tubeneath tinsbeneath
beneath th the surface out of ofsight sight and out outof outor outof
of the reach of danger The 1M upper r bull bullIs bullIe hullla
Is a float providing buoyancy and en enibing IIIILbIInCt1ae onLbUng
ibing LbIInCt1ae the boat t to navisjnte It Is dlvided di divided divided ¬
vided into separate tfo compartments baftte filled filedwith filledwith ftlledwith
with cellulose which wbk > h will expand when whenever wh whv whenever ¬
ever v a compartment t Is bit by a shell shelland shalland I Iand
and the t e water rashes Ch it itIts iLIt itIts
Its It Inventor trveator Clartnec L 1 Burger Burs a aclrtl acivil
civil JnI engineer 1ler declares dcclU that it is s 5Merlor swlor 1 1JUa1Or
wlor to a submarine DO twat at in th4t th t it itwill IIwil1 itwill
will be 1M able to go to am alone hold holdsteady hocIsteady holdsteady
steady vision of the enomy ea ay maintain m lnH taiIt taiItareat > hT a agreat us usgreat
great a u speed as a twenty t tw tnty knots JmoblSnvuburabe and Is IsInvulmrabte SusInvulnerable
Invulnerable because its vitals are arely near nearly tearly ¬
ly five feet ft t under the water line lineLONDON UaeAMERICAN
AMERICAN HOSTS HOSTSIN
IN LONDON SEASON SEASONI
I LONDON April 278ociety people peep peoplwho
who ho are now returning relurniD < < to town do not notattempt rIOtattempt notattempt
attempt to c disgvise ise the fact tbatMhe tbat thattlreoo tbatMheoomins Ie Ie00IIItq
oomins oo minr Londra Lcmdr season win be a very
dull one and will depend d eetlrel entirety for forgayetiee farpetkoe forgayeties
gayeties an on the Americans in town townThe towftThe townThe
The stork exchange In some mysteri mysterious ID IDDUll ¬
ous way always exerts ta an Influence ba on onall 01 01aU
all antertalnments and not for many manyyears 8laDYyears manyYears
years have ba brokers broI tw and Jobbers be been beeneo a aso
so short of money moneyThe 1D0neyTh moseyThe
The Th result will be an American sea season eeaMn seal00 ¬
son headed by Mrs WbtWa Whiteiaw Reidwho Reid Reidwho BeJelWM
who will entertain teIUIa msgniUcently at Puf Pufcheater Durche De r
cheater che et House Mrs P Pjtter mtter Palmer PalmerMrs PalmerMrs
I Mrs In Harold Baa1Jt Baring < < Consuelo Duchess Duchessof DuchCSIIKanebeder Duchessof
of Mancberter r Ronalds Mrs MrsQaeia JraQuela MrsQuela
Quela Harconrt and Mrs Jlr Walter Burns Burnswill Bumswill Burnswill
will be the tb cfhlef d l t American entertainers entertainersJames eatertalnenI
I James MacDonald is back hi town townbut townbut
but is still 8t J very vel very in and Itls it to doubtfulwhether doubtful doubtfulwhether doubtfulwhflher
whether hi his wife will be able to conalone con continue On Ontlllue ¬
tinue her splendid hospitalities in inCadcgan inC p a
Cadcgan C Square SquareRECONSTRUCTION ilQuareRECONSTRUCTION r3quareflcCONSTRUCTIOid
RECONSTRUCTION GOVERNOR GOVERNOROF GOVERNORLBION
0 OF GEORGIA E I IS S DEAD DEADALBION A
ALBION LBION N T April S 37Rufus Rufus u B BBullock BPullodk
Bullock died here h > fe today et t the thefamily old oldfamily oldfaJDII oldsee
family faJDII homestead He 4e was seventythree seventythreeyears aeveatyuareeears seventythreeYearn see
years ears of age and Del leaves leav one son Free Freeman Fre FremaD ¬
man Bullock of Omaha and a ater dangly daughter ¬
ter Mrs Leoiard Leo d Kendall of Green Greenwich GreeRwlch Greenwich ¬
wich N J 3Mr JMr 1 1fr
Mr fr Bullock was governor of e eduring Georgia Georgiaduring < Jeerpadwinc
during the period of reconstruction recOMtt rerosrrnhactionwife odon Hto Htowife JU JUwife
wife died two yars y ago c
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ABOUT ABOUTPRESIDENCY ABOUTPRESIDENCYCHICAGO PRESIDENCY PRESIDENCYCHICAGO
CHICAGO April 7VIee 27 Vice President PresidentCharles Pre8klentCharles Presidenttharin
Charles W Fairbanks delivered 4 11recl an ad address adre adYeas ¬
dress re today at the t e iowa State College Cotteseat CoIIeIeat
at Ames Alii Iowa Iowa m In oslebratfon OII nidolt of Ul UlS uaS Ulysses UlyssesS
S Grants birthday He wit attend at4banquet a abanquet a abanquet
banquet tonight toaa1 t and will return to CM CMcago CIIIcaBO Chiage
age c tomorrow t morrow leaving J for InduUMpoH InduUMpoHin IMI IMIIn
in i n the evening eveningAs evflll evflllA eveningAs
A As to being betn a candidate for the PrId Presi Presidency p pdeIIeS ¬
dency d sey he said saidThat aidTbat saidTbat
Tbat matter is in the haWk haute of my myfriends ID IDtrienda mylaicals
friends At present it seems to berthe bertheBast be theEast the thei
i East against the West and the West Westshould WeltlIbouki Westshould
should be successful successfulA aueeeeetDLWORK sttccessinLWORK
WORK IS STOPPE STOPPEftON
111 111ON
ON UNION ST STATIdN AIION AIIONjurtalletlonal
A jurtodktional lurlsd CUOUl question between the thebricklayers thEbricklay thebrkklayen
bricklayers bricklay and ad the tile and rooferstnlon roofers roofersunion roote rootei
i union over certain work on the NerUnion Ne NeUalo heir heirUalomr
Union Ualo station caused seventyfive brick bricklayers blleklayen bricklayers ¬
layers to walk out Thursday evenm eves evening atthe at atthe atI
I the dose < 1oee Of f work 0Ik for the day cia and the themen daei themen
i men who walked out say y they t will notgo not notgo
go back until the matter to adjusted adj adjwith 1 1accordance is isaccordance
accordance with the views ve of of the BrickJayen Brick Bricklayers
layers Union Since Si u last Thursday Tbunila thework the thework diework
work on the station has been practicalbata practically oracticatlyat
at ata ataCAPTAIN a standstill standstillCAPTAIN taamMtillCAPTAIN
CAPTAIN BROOKS CHAIRMAN CHAIRMANBATTLE CHAIRMANBATTLE CHAIRMANBATTLE
BATTLE CEMETERY CEME ERY DAYAt DAY DAYAt DAYAt
At a i recent reee t wetting of < f the thirty tnirtynlnth t thirtyninth Irt IrtDlntb
ninth annual encampment of ttt tits De Department Desnment heirrtment ¬
partment of te t tle Potomac of the t Grand GrandArmy Or GrandArms uhl uhlrJltY
Army rJltY Republic Capt apt Newton M MBrooks 11Broeb MRrueks
Brooks past commander chief of a for foreign foretp foreign ¬
eign mails 0 for the PestofAce Depart Department DeputHleRt Departrmt ¬
rmt ment > nat of Che he UDI Unkkd Uniurd Spates l tats was select selected aekaed sea seaeel ¬
ed as ttairman tsabrttan Ot of the temonts e to toLouis totatlel totc
tc Avid s i irtk UIe Cemetery 1DdeI7 Maay a aLoW ifLotus i
Louis LoW P Slttemakur wh who bo > has beei beeivice bee 1 1Tke rvice
vice chainnat > several ev al years ra has oeen seenselected oeenselected oeenaelKted
selected to tin that position tJon on this bJa bJaCut t tcarnton co corasion = I
rasion Cut n and he has been authorised by b
Chairman Brooks Bro ks to proved with the theselection tbeeeIectioD t tselection
selection o of ia Ialtable > ltable committees and 8d ar arrange ce arrange ¬
range e the he OttaiU of te UieSUGGESTS ceroMtataa ceroMtataaSUGGESTS4 cerunonksSUGGESTS
SUGGESTS SAND LOT LOTFOR LOTFOR LOTFOR
FOR PLAYGROUND PLAYGROUNDJ PLA YGROUND
S
J 1 H Schenck of the FTedonia Hotel HotelH HotelIt H HotelIt
H It between Thirteenth and Tourteenth Tourteenthstreets F p pstreets U1 U1IItIeetI5
streets northwest t has sent t a cemmUl cemmUlcat1qa cemmunJ cemmunJcaUon
caUon to the Commisskmers ioae sumreating sumreatingthe IlUQeetIDthe suggest suggestthe
the locating of a sand ad pile In Franklin ft
Square for the children to play pia in H Hsu He Hesuggest Bethat
suggest su geets that a portion of the theby ISM86 ISM86Mpriated 75O 75Oby
Mpriated by Cstmress for tO tOplqcrCMllkla > ubllc pubflcgrounds ubllcgrounds
plqcrCMllkla grounds be applied ta estahltoh ehaWbhthis Wll h htN
this tN sand d pile which be assures the theto
Commissioners Colld will be bethe appreciated nd by
the little tots t t8 as II well as benefelsi eneflcsU to
their health healthHBKL beaJthHEEL
HEEL BOn yRACTORED yRACTOREDWnile lRACTUR1tDWhile FRACTIIREDWhile
While working on the Baltimore and andOhio an anOhio 4 4Ohio
Ohio railroad viaduct at New York Torkavenue Yorkavenut Yorkavenue
avenue yesterday afternoon John JohnClash Joh JohClash JohnCluh n
Clash colored fifty years old of ofear C CAcker SLeiter
Acker ear street northeast oort had the thebone heel heelbone heelbone
bone In his bI left foot fractured He Hewas Heway
was 8 taken to the t e Casualty < Hospital
CORBETT COR BETT SHOWS SHOWSHE SHOWSPUNCH
HE HA PUNCH PUNGHHad
Had You Young Erne in BadAdaY Bad BadWay BadW
Way W y in Last LastRound LastRound LastRound
RoundPH1Grf Round RoundPHKMJMDPH1A RoundPHlLDm
PH1Grf PHKMJMDPH1A PHlLDm PHiA HIA April 0 ZLoaag > Taun TaunCorbett
Corbel eo who has ha a meteoric career careerin cale careerlea r rin
in the ring urjrb d his friends friend an and anlcrIUca andCritics < l lcritics
critics here tonight In n a flashing six sixround slxJOUDd Bfxround
round fight with rith Yung Y sung Ern aftr uftrbeing aftrbeing rttr rttrbel
bel being the receiver r > i general i ir tr r flv flvrounds throued e erounds
rounds became back in the sixth ixth an anl anldrove 1 1drove ldrove
drove the Philadelphiaa Phtla4etp > tiao an over t tring tl tlnD trr trrsing
ring nD < < with left and a d right band MmstH wssabcato MmstHto = tt b i ito
to the body bgd and Jaw JawKriu jawBnll jawEras
Eras > wore a wonted look at ttu oi oislaught oaalae o oslatgcht
slaught alae h to and seemed real a glad wheii wk the theftnml tbeIbIal theflail
flail bell tingled tingledBrut UDcIedErnt tiagtedBane
Brut to unusually clever He He ilo bawl I1 th thadvantage thadnw thadvantage
adnw advantage of f height reach and C en n nd ndtloa < L Ltion i itton >
tton and he used all tk tree e t to a p paKi paKipurpose o a apurpose < l lp
p purpose irv ifttJw the first fiveVonnds avenaDIL H life carried car carried carried ¬
ried Corbett Corbett along at a tenMc iw iwand 1 tac tacaa4 c cand
and gave ve e the thedoaPt doughty DeBvtarfce th thJabbfng thJabIaInIr thbbhtg
Jabbfng bbhtg of his career CorMtt t tst ok k it itafl j t tall tale
all sod ornate oae back IIIae t for forJu more moreHto sore soreleis
leis Ju tetsh te the sixth axtk round Bovderel Bovderelon r l lca J JOR
on the eeaaarlonal As soon as the b l a n nrang i irang i iraaa
rang be rushed out of his osmer c calmer nIcr an anlpe ant antgave l lgave
gave Erne Era no quarter ner He banged t th thPhiladelphia thil h hPhiladelphia
Philadelphia lightweight il tWeicht arosapl UODD fn front frontone null nullORe u uone
one aide of the ring to the other andEzne ana anaKrne arl1SIM
Krne could coo do d naught t but osver up upoee Ul UlDee uppace
pace Dee or twice twlceM he attempted to fflffhi fflffhifeck ftgh ght ghtt t tbut
feck but t Corbett rained such a storm storntof stormof tor m
of left and right rt t swings on his Jaw ant aniru a antriho IJ IJthat
ru riho that he co could lei do little couaterins couaterinsIt In InIt
It ws was Lraets Eme light Oght t on points but COt Cuibett COtbett Curbett
bett wa was cheered to o the echo for i igreat Igreat < Ipeat
great hovrtsttj sad remarkable ftnb Snlrh SnlrhHe < h hHe hHe
He iMSMriinil 1 all toe approbation be r reetved reelYei rcelvd
eetved Tbe The crowd a owd of sports agreed th tha thabe thebe i ibe I
be to far front being a complete co Me ha habeen hMae habeen
been ae He lot seemed strong roos at the finis thinbut finisbut Ani L Lbut
but his bs judgment t el f distance was nof n nrf nof
of rf the bat as he missed many r vicious eiciou5swfeea lkiU1Jaay
swings any of which wl ch had It lsaa 1aI taade > ed J i III IIItbe L Lthe i ithe
the right spot would have eared t1l t1lcontest ttlcontest
contest then and there thereBIG th thBIG thereBIG
BIG BALLOON FLIGHT FLIGHTPUT FLIGHTPU FLIGHTPUT
PUT PU OFF BY WEATHEROfftars WEATHER WEATHEROOcers WEATHER0trIeen
OOcers of the Signal Corps of ue uearmy tJ tJatelepam Uearmy >
army received a atelepam telegram las into yester yesterday Yetlttrttemoon yestrday ¬
day afternoon from f Capt Charles De 1 1Chandler F FCbaadIer YChandler
Chandler at St Louis saying tnc that ov oatfng ovIns 0 0IDC
Ins IDC to tountavoraltle unfavorable weather conditions conditionsshe CODditJonsthe conditionsthe
the balloon lIoon flight ft t for Washington was wasnot wayrot at atDOt
not attempted yesterday It Itponed was post postponed potpound ¬
poned till tomorrow when it is hoped hopedthat hop hoptithat d dthat
that conditions may be more more favorable favorableROOSEVELT favorableROOSEVELT favorableROOSEYELT
ROOSEVELT IS GROWING GROWINGSAYS GnOWINGSA GROWINGSAYS
SAYS SA YS GENERAL GE1fERALBURBIN GE1fERALBURBIN1a DURBIK DURBIKTOdseveM
TOdseveM Rosedettis to grow Hi fndfaum bu buVice hUT hUTVIce hurvice <
vice Vice President Pre WeDt Fairb FairbTka T rttr > K will have tldelegatern tl tldelegates tL tLde
de delegates if he is I candidate saH saHGeneral sa I IDutbiD I IGeneral
General Durbin former t governor of ti tih th thHooeter tho thoHooierState
h Hooeter HooierState oosier State at the New WBlard WBlardnight Ja JaalcbL >
night General Durbin said aId he did n nwan nwant 1 1k
want wan h tc see any factional facd aa1 sight for de degates dEta
gates In Indiana aTd he thought thoughtState thoughtState t tState
State would be a m unit > it for the Vi ViPresident ViPnosldMlt <
President should oaI4 Mr Fairbanks Fairbanksnounced FairhaakDQWaeed Fairbankspounced + +
pounced himself htm elf a candidate for thePresidency the thePresidency thePreideocy
Presidency
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t C S t VY L o1 L Greatest Piano III Sale Ever Held Sield in the
Gity of Was iinton
W4 j neizrers toci tociof t tof
of Fine Pianos Slaughtered
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Included in this sale are many of oftoe orJ ofi
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J i toe be best and finest instruments of ofvarious ofvarious
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various makes such as Chickcrlngr ChickcrlngrStoinway ChickerinrSteinway ChickcringSteinway
6 Steinway B Behn1ng hnlng Marshall 8 WeneD Wendot Wen WeneQf
dot eD eQf Poster Price r1ce Teeple Cote CoteBrewster coteD CoteBrewster
Brewster Knabc Bradbury Bradbur Sherwood Sherwoodand Shewoodand SherwoodA
DAYS DAYSMORE D A Y S
A A and many 1na y others most nil of them are areaew areMO
nsw thoso that kayo be b beta n used or orshow orahGw
MORE MO R R E show tho slightest BlgDs of saopwanr shopwlN1rare saopwanrare
are priced and sold accordingly accordinglyJXJO accordinglytoo
too JfRCtJ1TO18 BTU aeg I
STOP S T P hesitating meditating and deliberating d liberating toT to toTHSSyiC 1
THSSyiC T HI H I N K that the hours are gradually aduallY passing t away and andREASOR andREASON andwhat
REASON d what great eat saving this stock unloading mcmeans means to you you H J
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PIANO MERGER MERGERTie MERGERWa
t t Wo d o Fredericl a Music MusicThe COo o
Tie largest Piano Concern Between New
York and andChlcsgo andChicago
Chicago ChlcsgofOpcrating ChlccgoOperating ChicagoOperating
Operating over 60 Stores Store and Agencies AffenciesAcquires AgenciesAcquires agoutiesAcquires
Acquires the business of ofr orD of32s
D e G III Pi el ffcft 1 I r 1328 Northwest F St Ste t
and inaugurates the larsrest best and most inter
osting ostingClearance
t Clearance Sale of Pianos Pianosevor Pianosevor Pianosever
evor held in tho city of Washington Washingtone
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The Worlds Best Makes of ofThe ofTo ofTo
To be Controlled by
Pianos iaoos
The New Corporation
Evay EvBC y piano t1auo marked m I plain figures 1 1an
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all treated alIke and no favors shown shownt c
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Time plL7Dl Palmex ents is will 1Ie accepted at the tket > R
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t cash < ash prioes This Is aJ3 opporutDlty opporutDltythat o othat
that clues o mes bt once nce in a life fife time tlmcCloso
D AY S snot
Closo 1tnyers and money savers savers y ± heuld heuldo
not o f fail to investigate CM Open evenings s sthis
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m Y w F K FREDERICK MUSICCOs MUSICCOsJ MUSIC CO
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g I PFEIFFER VicePres and Local Manager ManagerAP1ANO
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