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THE TIlEWASTIINGTONPDES WASHINGTON TDfES SUNDAY SrXl > 1 Y APRIL 28 1907 1 >
HERMANN fACES FACESANOTHER
ANOTHER TRIAL TRIALIN
IN OREGON NOW NOWGovernment
Government Expended
15000 lgOQOTryingfor Tryingfor Trying for Con Conviction Conviction Conviction ¬
viction Here HereA
A Afltn r dosing clOIfl up W IaI8 WiJtepintatLve aIrainI former formerKeprr formerHept1ntaUve
Keprr Hept1ntaUve 5 ntative Broger Hermann win 1U re return re reHiMt
turn u I his hi home In Oregon 0 where Wh her he bewIll
will tKiip tin go before 4W another Jury Jur on onlhan Oftthr
charus lhan of conspiracy growing out of ofthe ofthe
the land frauds fraudsi
8 > i jury ef his peers Hermann was wasin WUin W3UI
in UI rrlmiiul C Imilal Court C < urt No 1 yesterday 3 J JdaNd d dlarsd do dolar
larsd lar 1 no guilty of the charge of de destroHV 4e 4etroIDI doSt
stroHV St troIDI IU jInx the t he official records of the lAnd LttldG lAnduml LdJtduu
G uml J < e wirle he was wa Commissioner < omml aloner of the theQensrHl tbeGen theQenr31
QensrHl Gen 1AI Lad Oflio and thus ternttn ternttnated tt tetiflinated tmmated >
ated a trial of ten weeks duration a atrial atrial atriat
trial which cost the Government more morethan morethan morethaI
than 11000 18000 ard which makes mak a record recordoi
oi 01 I more than a million and a half of ofvorls ofwori ofwcirIs
vorls wori The indictment against H Her HerIIIftln liftnan r rmarn
marn charged him with destroying in inthe inth n nth
the th month ID nth of January 18 several severalweeks severaLwtea v ral ralWfoU
weeks before his h enforced resignation tJ as asCommissioner a aCwsnuilaMner
c1 CwsnuilaMner Commissioner ner of tile General ADd Of Oftlce OfttCe Ofuk
tlce uk thirtyfive latter 1utt press copy cod books bookswhl boOLWhiek
whl Whiek < ea contained official records of the theOneral theI
I Oneral 4 orraI 11I Land Omce This Thl charge was wasnot waltio
not tio denied su ed ay by Hermann b bUt t he d cJa1JD8d CIftIUdt im d dthat
that I hl lit the books were ere his personal prop property proprrt ¬
erty rrt rt and contained his bL personal cor cori cOrPsll corrpadice
Psll rpadice i siiondence 1M but that if any official let lettr ittt
tr t r wfe ete copied o0 in the book bo k It was done doneiy doneItv dOflOtv
iy mistake e H lie further f ther claimed that it itcommissioner Ita itwas
was a the t cd ctOifl of the ofttce for Ute
4 commissioner er to keep lee private letterross Iet IetretOy
i ross n retOy copy OJWare bookWare book botWere
Ware Book Official Ofticial Records Recordsdestroyed R RecoideThis s shia
This hia pfra was attacked by the ao aorollleDt OOVrniflIt
rollleDt the District AttorDeJ AttorDeJt cbarsl cbarslt
t I at it the booi WfIIe oftIelal tOOt aad aadWl ad adVrtO
Wl VrtO destroyed cIeatrol by Commlssolner Coms solaer Her Hermann liv livnann Hernanfl ¬
mann for the purpose of covering co coI = up upis U UI
I < is I s conectioas eonectI with certain persons in inOregon Inrgou
Oregon 4 rpgoa who have I1 ve been n indicted tried triedand tried triedand ttLCdIand
and convicted of conspiracy to defraud defraudi
i lie Government aoat OlUftItflt of public pUblict lands art artthat add addthai
that t thai hat the t Government could not have havevn hcved hiveen
vn defrauded without the knowledge knowledgeud kno knorld knowIdend
rld ud assistance taDce of the Commissioner of ofthe ofI oftheIdaudQNtC
the I theIdaudQNtC theIdaudQNtCSome JI l JADd and QMce QMceSome Q QSome
Some thirty or more morewitneM witnesses Wtth1I 8 8hruucht were werebrought werelwiught
brought here hei from Oregon to snbstanti snbstantiiii bstittf bstittfthe tl
iii 1 the Governments contention ij A AKttttt Attt AMY
Kttttt MY t ttt ftt mass of correspondence and andMvords andtcorde
Mvords 1 f orda of the Land QUite was Wi produced producedin ueed ueedill
in ill court to t ti prove that the th letters that thatwore thatpre thattTC
wore pre copied m h1 the the press pr copy books booksi ito9uQAlt ka kaI
i QAlt alt with official matters And several severaloiiicials 4leYeraIdale aeveraJI I
oiiicials I dale letters were produced which whichiric whichI
iric 1 he It defense admitted were copied but buta butit butit
it was w5 claimed that they got m In the thei theka
i H > ks inadvertently bNuherteatlJCaR InadvertentlyCaaa inadvertentlyCase
Case of ReaseaaWe RnlOll le D Doubt DeubtWhit DoubtWhile ubt ubtWhile
While Whit District Attorney Baker clearly clearlybrought clearlylr1ught kartYlrlucht
brought out that Hermann bad had hadBaling badIt I Iitealiligs
itealiligs Baling It > u with Puter the l lAte te Senator SenatorMitchell Seftat Seftatmtchen SenstOMitchell
Mitchell F P May Maya Sowenson Mel Melinim HIirllm XeIrum
inim rum and others and bad corresponded correspondednith rorrespondedwi
I nith wi r h them about bOut lands which are aret artHned men mentioned ¬
tioned t In t the indictments tmenta found against againstHermann apm WinhlI t
Hermann 1 eraflu n in Jregon Jregonabnshsd t It was en 8 8a tO tOtbjllhed
a abnshsd except by presumption that thatntny thatnU
ntny nU J of these letters which related to touncial toIIrfldaJ tc tcI t
uncial I matters were wcr copied ta the de destroyed de det dot ¬
stroyed t royed letter lett r press we copy books And Andthis Andtt nd ndt
this t tt i Is h Is where the reasonable rea doubt came camein cautein camein
in for Hermanns B naana e benefit for the th court courtin courlI
in i i its charge hare said Jd the Jury must mu mustLt1It find findmat aadl1at I
mat l1at every tVt statement set forth t rth in the theirdtetment thelr the theItdlctment 1
irdtetment lr tmeDt must be established and andthat andthat
that 1 hat It must be shown that the destruc destruction truc truct ¬
tion t i Iln of the books boo impaired the records recordsof reconi8or recordof I i
of the th Land Ofllce and that they were weredestroyed1 wererlltlOlecf won wondtroyetf
destroyed1 fraudulently fraudulentlyI
It I t was not positively Itlvttl essshttshed ed that thatth thatthl thaIthi
thl th records of the the Land La Office had hadten hadI
hadI
ten I 4cn n tmtiaired ft1I or or tliat u the books b ° ° had hadI hadten haden I
I ten eon fraudulently frauduJerUyA destroy destroyA doptroyeL doptroyeLS
A S WcrtlUngton and rod II IL Prescott PrescottrHil PrNCOUral PreSCOttCatity
Catity rHil y of eoonsel unsel for tsi t tfefsnse tfefsnsefnuRbt JCfIIR JCfIIRfought
fought the case at every st stoa R and by byi byt l lI F
i heir objections ob shut ut out math evidence evidencei evlddaeehHotlheQoYftllllMnt evdtacIt
i ht hHotlheQoYftllllMnt It th the Oovermaent sought SOU t to get be before be beore bere ¬
fore ore re the Jury JuryJury jury1Iry JuryJurys
Jury Jurys 1Iry Acton CNR a Surprise SurpriseTim S1Itpri S1Itprirho Surpriserh
Tim rh surprise ri8e of the trial was the ac action a aTltn ¬
p
tion 1km of the jury Friday afternoon at atX atJ ii L LI
J X 7 when tbe jury retired it was ex exiCted exJ
iCted J cted that a verdict would be reached reachedsome reecbeflnme reachedsme I
some time al during url the evening < not when whennothing when110thmc whe 1
1P
nothing was heard at M oclock och < k Friday Fridayvght Frfda3I P
vght 11 I 11 rumqp rumors of disagreement d t became becamerife becameJifp beceatiIrp
rife Irp And when heatb the court met at atI 10 10oclock 10oekJdr
oclock I ckIthl yesterday J morning and there therewas th thwa then j jw1
was wa no n word fKKn the Jury room roomvhispers roomw roomwhitpeu
vhispers w hlspe of a It hung jury were heard heardAt heardAt heardAt
At 1415 a L m while argument argnen over overHIP Oftit r
HIP t hp postponement JMIIt t of the HydeDlmond HydeDlmondH HydeDbnoftclHlUIODtlehMlder
H HlUIODtlehMlder th < nsonttehn naonchnder eider land ud case c was wU in ini InJrope Ii
i rogress > rogrt 4ostie Ja tIee Stafford S iford was wa informed informedliit lraforlftedilt I II
I liit ilt Um jury desired 4nire to have h ft him himpate htmi hin I IgAin
i pate dla repeat Ida charge Word W rd was wasnt w wn1 I Int i
nt for the jury to come Into court courtand cour rt rtlllll I ILrid
and at 1130 the Jcrors filed tnto the theourt theI Dii DiiurL
< ourt urL room Rail took their ttreat seats Fore Foreman F0rIllan FOrbI ¬
man I Frank Pr Brown AWl tlH tJMJ y Md not notr DOtrted n t tzgr4
zgr4 r rted < ed on a a ver verf verdict but that seven l 1n
f 0 > the t Ui Jvesnt wanted some Inle further In Information Inormation Inlflflflflfl ¬
formation They wanted to hear b again RgalnI 1 1I
HI I > first mstrucUjm mstrucUjmAfter bMMneettILAfter hUiietLnAfter
After the csfttrt had read r ad thif th th1 instruc instrucion Instruct
t ion one of f the jurors asked ked for the thei theadlnao Th C Ctadlng
i tadlng ading adlnao ot o the law as applied to the In Inilirtment IndttJlHtlt In4IItJfltOt
ilirtment Ire court then proceeded to tono too ti 0 0go i
no o over the th matter concluding coaclud1 bis re remarks renarD rernarha
marks at 1255 U 12r1 i j P > m Justice Stafford Staffordsuggested StaaordHIG3Mtfd
suggested that the > jury could go to tolunch 10Jundl ti 0 0lunCh
lunch aad the crowd in tho court room roomUnraUy room111t11NJIJ root a t
UnraUy 1 t iTaly eypcHted Pfded not to hear from the thejury thejllr Di e ejir
jury jllr until after rtt > r lunch uOIh hour But they theywr theyr the r rWI
wr WI r mistaken for in less than fifteen fifteennute fifteenmlnute II IIinIngt
mlnute inIngt nute the jury returned ta tff the court courtroot courtrot cour V Vrntti
root rntti and took tht tbl thvir > ir r accustomed places placesxcpt placesfX I I4XC
fX 4XC xcpt pt t ttt > lat they thf did not sit down Her Hermai HerI
mai fluttD I n was wa uH attention for the return returnof TfturnII retur n nof i
of II i k < jury wag Wa most unexpected but butt bu rt rt1b
ibo t 1b f Irqn iisj rus use was over ver pr In a minute for forFor forJ fo r rPor
For J ornLl ID nlLri in Brown answering answeHn Clerk Haw Hawkn Hewken
kn s iuery uur said Not ot guilty guilty1I
Tin 1I wag no outburst of applause applausennr e e1or 0 0nr 1
nnr nr iviisy I Y demonstration dpmo1 tratioD Hermanns Hermannssonn Hfrrnannsn S Sflflfl1v
sonn flflfl1v n lnl iiw was wa the first to
grasp JV sp the thekf theIf th ii iindiiit
kf < ruliinfs ndt hand handS and then followed his hisSo hi lls llsred a are
red re d So 0 have hav Attended th the s sson ssonIf 1 s ons onsof onRnf
of If fit fT ioiirt irt since the trial begun n H Ht Her HerI1l > > r ritiai
itiai I1l 1 II riil IJ iot display deep d emotion jon
p elDOI on lie lieyalkod 1IfwHlk H p pWHlkiI
yalkod wHlk WHlkiI slowly over r to the jurors and andlok an nd ndll1oo d dink
ink hands land thanking each one Ti TIte 0 0Attorni
lifnct 1 11r Iwl Attorney Attornf nnd his h assistants tanta a
Ioi 0 i h Hermann hand and congratu congratua I
If Lt Ltt 1m
1 a b pres it of the tlieNatton National LI LI11r1
f lard Show o irh has ju j1l8 t cHosed 4O8 ed d
I lu lIP 1i Crystal rystrt T London Lond says saysM saysIr ty
Ir lr M 1Ifolored e colored < iirics 11 j rS il tre becoming becomingir becomin
or ir lei 9 I more poiiiar Toe T process to toranarvs t tn ti ti1n
1n n ranarvs manII featherd tath orange is 1 a ano I Ir
1 no I With tth th its food In mixed mixedIn a ajiiMpjiv i
In jiiMpjiv Iii lrtiv of cayenne pepper and andu an d
1 u w oks k ks or month the feathers feathersT teath ra
III door I < T r If I thc th piip plIpr > r ix I b given to tou toE t
nE E u I i I v V in J ii I is i S young lInll a more > vivi
j J Itfl 1 inf 1
Miss Eola T Rice R I Ii
ce Wins WinsThe WinsThe v ins
i The Times Beauto Prize
Continued Co Corthuedfrom tbtUe8 from First Page PaptIle Pagehe
the t he honor of o nutiataining ml Dtai ing this fl citys city cityr
rdput r dputation utation tion a as the home of the na nnUon
i ions Uon t loveliest ivomen omen She is isWashingtons isWashington
Washington W itldngtous accredited aecrec1it d represratta reprtentafive
five t of its beauty She i is Washing Wuhfntons
i tons t ons candidate in 1110 hu national nttIjnAIcontest flst1 nftl nftlontest
contest c If the tile final priao pnxGfn1l of nil file filecouutiy tIle9untry theQUIttry
C couutiy conies cO IU to TV8eltin Wluil WasIdngaq na 0lj the theLity
Cs
eitys Lity s victory will vill be due to U4OI llas llasRice 11 114ee
Rice R 4ee 4eeI ice
Prettier PrQttier Than Photograph PhotographMor Photogr1phMore
I
Mor More be beautlfl wtif H l titan JUt of her lterphotOCrApll8
photo photOCrApll8 p hQtographsMIsS mplis liss u Rioo Rlaoc1 1lacheflcs doflca ftc aeacrip deacriptiola tIeseiipiOft
jtion tiola t iOft With ft rieUha s of yf coloring coloringi coloringound
t i found f amon among the beauties o Si S Spaiu A iin iinoho n nahe
j oho a lto combines a cln classical lc l perfection perfectionI
I I of features fe turc But her manner is not notmarred DotJmlud notmarred
marred by the Indolence of the thedau8lttera tht thtdaughters
daughters of Spain She is j riva rivadous yfvaclbua
dOns with s a sparkle and wit W1 truly tittlyAmerican trulyAnlrrlcau
American Her ready mule is the thehandmaiden thehandmaiden thehandinaidelt
handmaiden handmaiden to the loveliness of her herface herface
face and d lIghts llghtait it to even greater greaterbeauty Irteatcrbeaut
beauty beaut than wfatn hen her features are arein Itrein
in repose reposeHer reposeTier e eTIer
TIer hair is as black as a starlosa starlosauifrkt statleesuigkt lJC8Ii lJC8Iipgkt
uifrkt TIer dark brown eyes are urcblACk
blACk in certain lights but loop < MS MSinystories RSIft asmySteries
mySteries Ift teriea always Her yjebroyrs yjebroyrsare yfebrowarc
are as if Michael Angelo Aneho had hadwrou ltRdWrGtI hadwrought
wrou wrought < lt1is lila m masterpiece aterpl ee in puintfng
the perfect lines linea IIUe and the t e long lash lashof lAShes lAShesof
of her eyes are like drooping gnar gnardS gliard1iis
djaiui dS against t the eager light lightHPT lighther i ht htIIPI
her month m utii and ehin eltin eIi are iitting iittinganpphsm 1Ittlngnpp 1ttIngiuppbmxts
anpphsm iuppbmxts npp mJtta nts to the other beauties of ofher ofhu ofien
her l ien face
faceHar
Har Voice Is in Keeping KeepingTo KeepngTo
To describe a beautiful IMaIltlfultIbIoe voice weIc has long longsince longallies
since bee been admitted tte4 as a vata attempt attemptbut atteMptMR ettesnpLbut
but Miss Bices Uoe s recalls the lines of the theHer theJMt theost
JMt JMtH ost
Her H i voice the rln rl rb of cijstsJ cryiIaiI cryiIaiIahelL jtaJaat jtaJaata
a a ahelL ahelLIII ruby belL hetLIn belLIn
In France wemen wfor haw htv been adoredfor adored adoredfor
for centuries entu and a It was a awho Frenchman Frenchmanwho Frencmeswhosaid
who whosaid whosaidThere said saidThere MIdTbere
There are two perfectly ectiy beautiful beautifulthings beanUfuithlnp beanUfulDdngs
things n creatlow natloowomen women and aadwa andMlu roses rosesWss
Wss wa Rice wore a single red rose roseagainst r rMt rIeagainst
against Mt the bosom of her evening eYl gown gownwhen PWltwhee gwnwhee
whee a representative of Tn The Sunday SundayTimes San6a7IDe8 SwidayTimes
Times IDe8 called to tell her that to her had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been awarded the prize the most beau beautiful beautltul beauttful ¬
tiful woman In Washington She she en entered ftItered enLured ¬
tered the parlor fallowed by her sister sisterMiss lUterRuby statftHise
Miss > Ruby Rice She was unprepared unpreparedfor unprtp1dfor
for the announcement In fact she did didnot dklDot didnot
not know her ea1lerlI caller name until win after aftershe anerame aftershe
she had been In the parlor several mo moments JIIO JIIOta mementL ¬
ments mentsCoBfraUlated mentLCongratulated ta taCon
Congratulated Con bdated by The Times TimesI
I have ave come te congratulate you yousaid JOUeaW yousaid
said the reporter You have ye won wosbeauty the thebeauty thebeauty
beauty contest coa eonTest of The Sunday Times Timesflow nIMLlow ThneaaHow
flow low perfectly Ieetll grand exclaimed exclaimedMiss eu euKID exclaimedUss
Miss Uss Ruby Rice RiceBat RiceBat hUes8ut
Bat the beauty winner Miss X Bow Bowsank Bolaauk Eohasank
sank Into a chair and instead of look looking lOOkpIeued looklug ¬
lug pleased she at first looked only 0017wllclered be bewildered bewlldered ¬
wildered the big dark eyes bigger than thanever tJIanYer thanever
ever Yer with the genuine 1De astonishment be behind be bebJncI ¬
hind them themYes the theYea
Yes It to grand she Anally agreed agreedand reed reedaDd
and then after f a moments t pause But Buthow Buthow BulIow L
how did d it happen happenThe happenThe hppenThe
The reporter hazarded hua the opfakm opfakmbat opJaIoatbat
ophsloeI
that bat the judges Jude of the content bad made madethe madethe madethe I
the wisest selection lect1o possible Ie and It Itnaturally Itnaturall II IInaturally
naturally naturall followed follow Il < tlaatpbototrraPb that JKsw Rices Ricesphotograph I Itogi
photograph togi won wobHuw wonl4ow
How does It feel to be the most beau beautiful beautiful beauDm1 ¬
tiful woman in Washington he asked a keclNaive askedNaive
Naive and Charming Ch1rmiD Modesty ModestyCh 1IOdOlt 1IOdOltCh
Ch Vt < Ch she b laughed half plea pI pisesel half halfembarrassed halffmbarraa8PcL r rcmhariueord
embarrassed it feels tee Une of course courseBut courseBut courseRut
But I hardly think I i deserve n4p it alt altMiss altMIIIi sILMied
Miss Ruby Rice bjr this time was al almost aJ aJt 1 1most ¬
most dancing with withYou gi gleeS gleeSYou e eYou
You know she ak1 akl to toth the reporter reportersisters reporterlIy reyortetsistersteally
sisters sistersteally really lIy very efT very vec veryqdetoe41 Ceased but butahe but8he L Lshe
she hasnt quite taken en it in yet yetwhat yetwhatIt yetwhalmeans what whatIt
It alt means meansIt means11It
aRItit
It Itit it is I a big compliment metat Isnt t itr itrsaid it ILsaid r ri
said i Mtos M MAnd I Kola KolaAmi IoaaAnti
And this t ws fa the modest Jn04 Bt almost almostfrightened 1moRtrlChtefte4 L Lfrightened
frightened waySht wa waj1 fa which Wbkb the toveJfest toveJfestwoman oveIleatwoman L Lwoma
woman woma Jn in the Rational NatIoBa1 atloaI Capital received receivedthe receivedthe receve I Ithe
the news of her bet selection ft by tho artist artistJudges artIJJa4cee artI I Ijidges
JJa4ceeIn Judges JudgesIn jidgesin
In figure Miss AI Rice is tall and grace graceful Jtaeelvl ¬
ful Her foot falls lat like flketbeudietlon benediction on onthe Oftthe ot I
the stairway tna and < Iwr h every eY r7 motion te Ii C
devoid of eay ay y trace of awkwarda awkwardaCommanding awkwardness awkMWdneConvnandin awkwardnessComnandthg <
Commanding in Figure FigureShe FigureShe
She is known to toa oa a large percentage per egta of ofthe oI t
the citys dtJ population by sight 1It for her he
beauty is such ch as fl to attract attention attentionwherever att attenDeewherever nllon nllonwller
wherever wller Ve she goes Commanding COIIaIIdIaa in I
figure and aMI e endowed with ineffable love
Knees 11 she has been n regarded by many manyas
as the supreme preme beauty of the city This TIllseot I Icontest
contest has put the omcial stamp of ofapproval ofp1prO ii t tSPOtOYSJ
approval p1prO on that opinion It is now a I
fact by right rtsb of the tbeartJ8ts artists decision decisionMiss deeial dociaJothits
Miss 4 hits Rice is a a
Washington beauty In Inevery Ineve17 Ii I Ievery
every sense of the word She was w born be I
hi Washington educated in Waabll1 Wasb1ugteand Washington Washingtonand < toa toaand
and lives 11 ves in Washington WlnltonI
j i I At least half a dosen photographs of o t
her herwe were submitted for the
contest conto bat bu I
the one which was considered the
I inOKt Jn
beautiful of all was 118 sent In by Frank FnaakI
Lee Wollard of the District Health De De Depsttzncnt
I partment residing reatdln at 210 zi Third street streetnorthwest etreetnorthwest size t tnorthwest
northwest To Mr
Wollard will wt go the theI tbt C
nee lAt the theprlze prize which The
I I Sunday Times Timesoffered TlI11eIII S Sofferei
offered to the person non
I sending in the the10vellIIt 0
loveli 10vellIIt < > st photograph of alL alLWhen aILI alLWhen
When Mr Wollard wan told of Miss MIs S Swinning
I JUce RJeoep > winning the contest < t he hes heLd4 heLd4thought said d
1 thought that in a gathering gath tug of ofpretty otIprett o t tpretty
pretty photographs that one of Man MM S
Iprett Rice ought to take the prise I II IIlht am de
I lighted Ilht d that my Judgment was so good IOne goodOne
One of Seven Sisters SistersMiss SistersJiI SistersPola
Miss JiI Kola Thornton Rice ta B one of ofseven orIleVfn C Cseven
seven slst slstr ra every one on of whom te a aty
beauty ty 3 The he e is next to the youngest 7Ogt youag
Site also has ldS two brothers in the th fam tamfly
Hy 11 pretty ptett names are the rule Onf On of o C
her sisters ers is named Anise another anoth yyoth r F >
Roma ROtn and the one who was wa with her herlast bellut he r >
last evening Ruby The seven sister sisterare alaterr I Iare t
r are >
areMre
Mrs NIcanor Ni nor Kolet of New York YorkMrs York11tI YorkMrs
Mrs 11tI William Duvall Mrs Harry Harr HarrThompson
Thompson Mrs M Melvin Benjamin BenjamlnJiU BenjamlnJiURUby Miss MissRuby Mis MisRpbv
Ruby Rice Miss Eola Rice and an Miss MissRoma JI JIRoma His HisRoma
Roma Rice of Washington The two twobrothers twO twObrothers tw twbrothera
brothers arc re Crelghtoii Rice RI RIceS of New NewYork NewYork Ne NeYork
York and Frank Rice Rlc < of this city cityThese cttyThese cttTThese
These sev 8evt seven > n girls are not merely prct prctty prdty prettv
ty They Th < y ere < re beauties bt 3Uties It is extraor extraordinar extraoldiiWUW extraordietary
dinar dietary > to note that t t out of all the pho photographs totograpbs thc thctograpbz ¬
tographs that were submitted submltt d Miss MiasEola Mis S SEoIa
Kola Rice was the prize winner while whileher whtl whtlhCr 0 0her
her sister Mis MINI Ruby Rice was the thesecond thesecond Ut e
second choice rh < lcf They are perhaps Pfrha tho tholoveliest th thIov Utloveliest 3
loveliest Iov JitIt family to be found in this part partof par t tof
lof of the country coontr
As all thf t girls Iris are beautiful 10 o all allthe sillhe U Utm
the t he ffi nt me1 > A of ofthe lhe family are devoted to tobeaut tobeaut toeauty
t beaut beaut b bt eauty art rt and n4 photography The plc picture plcture plcore
t ture ore which won the contest qtat was taken takenby take takeI takey
I by b y James Rice of Montreal Canada Canadaa Can4a CanadaeeuIu
a oourtn c of Miss JIb Rice She was in Her Herfathers Iteri leerathers
i i f fathers studio 8bl 10 one morning mon nc nct and was wasabdut wasbJuL
4 abdut s bJuL t to luave the room SuddenlrrJ1aC8 SuddenlYames Suddenly SuddenlyJamts
rJ1aC8 sJ J J Jamts ames Rice sprang rang to the camera eam cssset with withThere wthDont withTheee
There Dont move Thats That fine fineAnd lineAed t tAdd
And iii n flash there was w taken the thephotograph theipitotocraPh thehotograph
ipitotocraPh photograph j p which while it is lovely lovelyenough 10Yd 10Ydenough IOVs17nough
pe
enough e to win the prise is I not MO love lovely oely 1Oey ¬
l ly y an its original originalThe ortc1naJThe originsiTue
The Sunday Times mell congratulates contulat the thecity tbecity theity
city c ity and itself I I on having found so love lovely kJnIy lovey ¬
cl 1 ly y a wonmii to uphold Washingtons Washingtonsclaims Wasbloct WasbloctcIai Washingtu15laims
c claims cIai c laims in the t national contest contestPrizes conleRPrilU
Prizes Won W on by Miss Mi Rice RiceTo R1ceTo I
To Miss Rice aa the winner nner of the final finalcontest ftnatcon
contest con c teet will come the th following sea prisesA
A gold watch from from R R Harris A Co CoAn CoAu I
An evening ev nlnc wrap from S ama Sons SonsA I I I
J A IcCo IcCoOne Co CoOne
One dosen 5 25 photographs from fha fhaTowiea Jhea JheaToWIea
Towiea T owles studio studioBut f J JBut
But the greatest areaLest prise of all wffl w 1 be beher beber
her h er position as the representative of ofWashington ofW8btuton
Washington in the rational contest ThIS Thtecompetition 1b 1bcompetition
competition c between the cities ewe sections sectionsa 8eCUoncl
a cl d States of tha Union to determine determinewho cleteqnine
who is the most beautiful woman in the theUnited tbeJnl theYaItsd
United Jnl t States Stat will be a grand nd event eventIt eventIt I
It WIll be Judged by men and women womenf womenof
of o f national natlo al and international repute NpUtepie pen peoIple penie
Iple j pie p ie so 44 1 versed in those th things tb that thatgo UaatSO thatgo
go to make up art and the Hoautlful Hoautlfulthat toauutulthat Ileantifulthat
that their verdict wilt carry weight eQrht with withall withan
all a ll civilisation civilisationWhen ctYtU CtVIU Uo Uoall tIO
When all the candidates have been beenselected beenr beenelected
r selected MleeedtbeT s they will represent t racUcaIly p1CJIIYevery > racUcaIlyevery etkaDy etkaDyevery
every large city > section and State of ofthe ofhe f
I the t he country t T They el will be the few fewchosen fewcl10Mn
chosen from 1OIft tt 40100 M ft or MOM 10 photographs photographsbecause photopapbabEeauee
because these preliminary contests have havebeen baYebeen
been carried on n by more than 89 l news newspapers De Depapers ¬
papers and the search for lovely l < women womenhas W Wbaa
baa been detailed and exhaftstlve Such Sucha
a galaxy of beautywill beau will eclipse ecll t by bytar far farany taran
any other gathering < of lovely women womenknown wonaenknowu
known In the history of the world The Thewoman I Iwoman
woman who wins the prise OIse most beau beautiful beautIAd ¬
tiful in America Amere will be famous beaUI for forgenerations torCeneraUona
generations and generations to come comeIn 4XNftelu
In conducting eoe ueUnc its Beauty Contest oetest the theSunday I
Sunday S1mda Suiid > Times to anxious JIS1o for t < the render rendertag 4er1
tag of the final award awardBeauty
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Beauty Display at Kasns KasnsTomorrow Xani KainsTomorrow
I
Tomorrow the beauty display of photo photographs to togriphe ¬
graphs that were we entered in The TheSundoy Sunday SundayTimes Sundrtmee i
Times beauty contest will be displayed displayedon
on the fifth ftttIt floor of t S Kann Kana Sons A ACo h hCo I
Co buM buuding The i multiplicity of the thephotographs I
photographs kept the six x artist decora decorators oraI ¬
ton busy bus > until late yesteqday afternoon afternoonarranging aftercOJQft aftr000marranging I I Iarranalalr
arranging the mammoth dismay dlary of fem fembtlne fernlitine i
btlne loveliness There are 1889 nhoto nhotograpbs 1botoana oto otograph
graph grapbsThe ana graphThe
anaThe
The photographs photogra pba are arranged on badark onfifth
bett
dark green wane tieD feet high 8ft the the1m thelifth t
fifth floor of the building and some of ofthe ofthe ol olthe
the larger largerpletures pictures pIet are anpIaHd placed on 01The easels easelsThe easelsThe
The general ra1 effect eCfect and the individual individualphotograims 1IIIIJv14uaJp I Iphotogtia
photograims p form f a scene of great greatloveliness anat10ell greatloveliness
loveliness lovelinessIn 10ell I IIn
In conducting its it Beauty Contest the theSunday tINSunday I ISunday
Sunday Times has had the assistance assistanceof I Iof
of many man persons per eea In Washington aabbegton who whohave whohave winhave
have acted In various capacities First Firstthere JIntthere Firstthere
there has been the general public which whichthan wldelatook whIchtook
took aa Interest 10 Ie COD CODtblla contesi grrntee grrnteethn
than anyone could conceive COfteftYeCODI1ected except those thoseconnected I
Ir
connected with the paper and In a way waywhich wywhich r
I I which brought ht them the into the direct con conduct coo coodud conduct
duct of that feature featureExcellent featGreE featureExceUeat
E Excellent < celJut Work of Judges JudgesEighteen Jq JqEhteen JudgesEighteen
Eighteen artists an of Washington WIII OD formed formedthe rormdthe I Ithe
the six boards boa of Judge which decided decidedthe deckte4the I Ithe
the five weekly we ltly contests and the final finalcontest aoaleonte8t I Icontest
contest A satisfactory UafactQry fr baBdIIna E itt ig of the thefeature thefeature I Ifeature
feature would have been impossible impossiblewithout IJapoaiblewithout t twithout
without the th assistance tanee of these t or other otherartists otheranMta otheitlots
artists tlots aad act The Times to deeply grateful gratefulto I Ito
to t these men mf > a and if Women omen who gave their theirtime tlMtrUme thstxtints
time to the affair and Judged to their theirvery thobvery r rYec
very best ability the relative merits of ofthe o otbe ol olthe
the young women who successfully uJIy com competed competed oomPetOd ¬
peted for the weekly prizes The list ttstof Iiatof listor
of Judges and beaitles bee JtJ were wereFinal wereFInal wereFinal
Final contest contestW W S J Dunbiuv Dnbar tarf liar liarold Jiarold liarold
old L 1 Macdonald and M Miss ton Clara CIuaBar CIuaBaruStralt Bar BarrettStrait BarruttStralt ¬
rettStrait selected Miss 1 Eola Rice RiceFirst Rkennrt RiceFirst
First weekly contest omtestMsea Mua Mathilde MathildeMueden le leXuedPn i iMueden
Mueden J B B Homey and FMix F hx tx Ma Mahoney KaboIIe Hahoney
honey boIIe selected Miss Mae Buckler BucklerSecond BucklerSecond BucklerSecond
Second weekly contest Contf ontetE < E H Miller MillerShelby JIlllfrShtolby HtlltrShelby
Shelby Clarke and Miss Leila Mechlin Mechlinselected MeebUated 1 1selected
selected ted Mrs Stantotf st ntolr R R Norman NormanThird N normanThird
Third weekly contest CODteItJIQu Miss Grace E KAtwater EAtwatn EAtwater 1
Atwater James 1 Henry Moser and Jack JackSmith J t tSmith
Smith selected Miss K Francis U L John Johnson John110ft Johnme ltl ¬
son sonFourth 110ftF
Fourth F rth weekly contest cooteetM Mrs Lillian LillianCobkDoberty TAlus S SC I ICGbkDoberty
CobkDoberty C kDoherty Miss Bertha E E Perrle Perrleand C Cand i
and Miss Berta M Hanson selected eelectedAmelia Miss MissAmelia Us I IAmelia
Amelia Hager HagerFifth HagerFifth I
Fifth weekly contest rontqtRobert Robert Coleman CotemanChild 11 11Child I IC
j Child C K Berryman Brrna rryman and Miss Aline AlineSolomons Alias C CSolomon i i501011IOI18
Solomon selected Mrs Joseph C C Rice RiceAssistance RIceAs RiceAseistauce
Assistance As i taace of Photographers PhotographersAnother PhotographersAnother
I
Another great service 1IeIVt rendered Th ThSunday ThSun4aJ C CSun4y
Sunday Times was that of
the photog photogrankers photocra t tranbera
rankers ra ben who at the req request of The TheSunday TbeSutHIq Tb e eSuetdlLy
Sunday Times gmre isWe sittings to the thebeauty tb tbbeauty ft ftbeauty
beauty candidates who did not happen happento Vt Vtto
to have any photographs to enter in the thecontest thecontest Di C Cconteat
contest By B arrangement t made with withthem Withlitem will It Itthem
them by The Sunday SUD4a Times a card cardgiven eanlstven car tl tlgiven
given by the paper to the young ladies ladiesentitled JadIeantStJec1 5 5eatitird
entitled them to sittings lW at the studios studiosof studiosof atud atudof
of the photographers photographersThese pbotOlJapberI photographersThese
I These photographers pbotopapber who wso did ao much muchte mud ucb lt ltto
I te make the the contest a success were wereAtkJnWon wereAtkII WeTCAtidithon
AtkJnWon IIon 146 l4I Fourteenth street streetBachrach stretilactuch t tDachraeh
Bachrach 1H G street streetBell reetG situstVeUI1tQatreeL
Bell VeUI1tQatreeL VeUI1tQatreeLlheyce Uja G street streetBoyce atreet9yce
Boyce US 12 F 1Urek street streetBuck treetBuck
Buck Oa F street streetOO streetOUberh k
Otibert OO r M i Eleventh atNet atNetHrrM street streetJEJarrM streetWlng
JEJarrM Swing Wlng ttli 1311Merttts jt J1Ueet1u street streetMerritts
Merritts 07 7 Petmnylvaata P autO autOPalne iurt iurtaine
Palne aine 98 F street streetParker trEet trEetParker strtetParker
Parker 1228 l F street streetPrince sine sinePrbsce streetPzince
Prince Prbsce Eleventh street s et and jNttnayl jNttnaylvania t tvaaIa esnaI esnaIviasi
vania viasi avenue avenueRice avenueRJee avenueRice
Rice UW F street streetTowlcs llbeetTowlat streetTowics
Towlcs HOT F street streetAnd etreetAnd simeetAnd
And the National Theater T1eator Tuo TeoA TuoP TuoA
A pleasing P bnr feature of the contest was wasUie wasUte we a athe
Ute courtesy of the National Theater In Inplacing Jnplactnc t U Uplacing
1 placing each week at the disposal 4Iapo a1 of ofthe ofthe g f fthe
the winner of the contest a bet box at an anperformance UQ az I Iperfornwnce
performance the fortunate yabng yobn y bng tvo tvoman woman weman
i man desired to attend a tt1 Mr r Rapley Rapleymanager Rapley1DAnrer r rfl1RILOt
manager of the National extended thta Ultacourte8y Dii a acourtesy
courtesy and thus added a further In L
duceineut to the long list kIt of Washlng WIUlhI li
ton beauties and their t the friends
1 to take takean takean tak C Can
an interest in ttte tbet contest contestAVERT contestAVERT contestAVERTBAKERS
AVERT AVERTBAKERS BAKERS STRIKE STRIKEBY STRI STRftEBY E EBY
BY MEETING DEMANDS DEMANDSA
A strike of 7W 7O bakers was averted a last lastnight lastnight isis t tnight
night by the executive committee of the theemployers themploors Di e eemployers
employers association aasocIa on acceding tempo temporarily temporarily temperarily ¬
rarily to the formers forme
demands for a aninehour a anInehour
I ninehour day at 288 88 per day The Thebakers TheI Th e ebakers
bakers have bf been n f > n working ten hours at a t ta
250 250 day da The
a
matter will come orne up U p
I for final adjustment adju tmPTlt at tt a joint loin t meeting mEetlngof meetin meetinof
of commllteS on Tup Tutday > day nibt
SOUTHWEST ASKS I IHELP
HELP IN CURING CURINGTUBERCULOSIS CURINGTUBERCULOSIS
TUBERCULOSIS TUBERCULOSISHea1t1 I IHealth
Health Seekers Tragedy TragedyUnknown TragedyUnknovn TragedyUnknown
Unknown to tle tleEast the theEast theEast
East EastPHOENIX Eastf EastTflOINIX
f
t
PHOENIX AM Am April 2ZTMre There Is Isark a adark a aclark
dark d ark a horribly dark side to tubetcu tabsfcutort
tort IcNd l oots conditions In Inthe the far Southwest SouthwestMany SoutkWe8tMan
Man M Many any careless physicians send patients patientshew paUetUahPN
hew h ere and an amity 7 sick ones com comd or f their theirown
own accord au ord laboring under uDder the detnstoa detnstoathat deiOIltJ1at deluelositat
that U tat a change of cllmat is the chteC chteCthing dilefhing
thing thinlf t necessary n necessaa to effect a cure Too Toooften Toootten
often o ften they arrive la an advanced ced cedof stage stageof
of o f the disease too often they reach reschhere here herewith herewith
with w ith scant funds Nearly all of these thesesufferers tlteMd
s sufferers d ren hope o to And some 110I light work workto workto
to t o do and few te there t are who do not notforget nottorpt notorget
forget f that plenty of t good food rest restand
and a nd freedom from worry are qutte the themost themost themost
most essential factors to insure recov recovery rsesvvi ¬
ery er c vi These facts must b i brought t reeovI ta the tneattention t thettention e eattention
attention a of the public publicSalt publlcSalt publicSalt
Salt River Valley Climpte ClimpteSalt Clirnp C1imaeSalt e I
Salt River valley In Aitsoua with withdne withte I II
I
dne te of die most ideal ldea1wtnter winter climates In Inthe i ibe
the t he world has attracted thousands of ofhealth
I
health h seekers victims of tie Great GreatWhite GratWhIte GreatWhit
White Plague The wonderful cures curesthis ear earthle curesthis
this climate lmate has affected effected te4 read almost almostlike almGlltlUte almostike
like l miracles Some of the foremost foremostcitizen tonmoetclttaeu foremostitiseets
citizen c of Phoenix and Its It vicinity have havecome haYeCOllIe haveome
come c ome the apparently t1y beyond 4 hope of ofrecovery of1eCOery ofecovery
recovery r Today ttyey tey are most active In Ingating IIIveloplnc
d veloplnc velopin Its raJIC ranches bulfding In Its Irrt Irrtptlne Intlgetting
gating systems yR and promoting all the tbelarger tbt9tars theger
larger l ger interests of the country aoil aoilterritory audterrI 0411erritory
territory t A local estimate e goes 081 so far faras tarI
as a s to say y that M per cent of those who whogo whoan whogo
go to Phoenix In tbe ant stages of oftuberculosis ofbabenuIMi ofuberculosis
tuberculosis t have been cured M per percent percent perent
cent c ent of those in the second stage sad aadI aacItea saden
tea t en per CUlt dt theee who I hve ve been beenconsidered
I considered incurable live teen rstored rstore
to t o health and usefulness usefulneMBut tltIMWBut usefulnessBut
But what do the MOM of tbe health healthseekers beaJtJlMeken healtheekers
seekers s find A wonderful climate be beyond e eYond beyond ¬
yond doubt but they also find nd in Phoe Phoenix ibo ibonix so sonix ¬
nix nix during the winter wIn r months upward upwardof
of 0008 i es visitors on a similar quest to totheir totheir itheir
their t own 0 a quest 41 which hlch for fourfifths fourfifthsof
of them will prove rore futile they And that thatfor thatfor I Ifor
for roo most t of them the choice lies between betweengoing betweenDC betweengolug
going DC ont oh the desert and living in a atent alent aent
tent t ent or occupying oeeupl a room in a a lodging
house and taking their meals in a ataurant a tea
taurant they lad the cost of living too toohigh toobleh totp
high for their slender means and no now 110al noway p
w way al y to supplement their Increase lD reaae they theyfind theJJlnd theylind
find In short that the U1 majority of them themwould tMIIiwould thenp
would have been much better off te tenave tobave Uhave p
have nave remained at home homeAmple homeAmple booneAmple
Ample MeaD Kstded KstdedA
A safe rule to follow is that no per person per1IboU1d persen ¬
son should attempt to go to that cons country t01IIItI7 ¬
consS
try unless he has ample means to Lain takhim taM taMhim Lainhim S
him there and back and sufficient ftldeDt to tolive tolive U Ulive
live on comfortably coIIIf J for a year at the thewithout thenI7 thelmet
nI7 I lmet without betas obliged to sup aupIewaeot supThe supeat
pIewaeot eat lie Income by woddas woddasThe
The a wonderful stories regarding the theclimate tileclimate tiMclimate I
climate of the Salt River Valley VaDe are areanother areed
ed 011 tIaft fact that oat year r after afteruother stintsoother
another averages about M per cent ef efpossible 01poaIbIe olpuadhi
possible sunshiny days daysPhoenix danPhcNaIs daysPhoessli
Phoenix has ba a winter population of ofsome or11I8 o osos
some sos 11I8 la liCIOt u or lOQ J6 lspr snd pd It Is estimated estimatedthat f8tIIaaedthat esitmaJuelthatfrom
that thatfrom from 3 3 K > to 660 6 SO of these are via visitors VIII VIIIIt viaitors ¬
itors It on most of whom are health seek seekers aeeken seekera ¬
ers A local I I physician wtth eighteen eighteenyears et hteea hteeapracWe t tyears
years practice says Y8 that fourfifths tourJlti of ofow ofthuw olthus
thuw thus who come to t Phoenix Detr DetrbOWeI nert nertshould
should have left home another ete set the theproportion i
proportion at twotbJr4 Whatever the theexact tinexact
exact number ma may be be ODe can count counthundftda counthundreds
hundreds of sugerera utr n1 wasted to a bad bado sbetdow
ow o walking walkl the streets every day Thin Thinand Thinanet I Iand
and wretched w tC1Md looking Jookt one can < n but mar marvel maret flierrnel ¬
vel et at a t the inexcusable stupidity on the tnepart tbepart 1 1part
part of physicians or friends who nave navesent have JULvnt S Ssent
sent nt thm m there tb to die friendless Del aadatone Delalone endalone
alone Homesickness Is often added to toth tothdr to
th thdr ir other sufferings ug and frequently tor r
hastens haak the end Physicians who whonot do donot donot
not understand t t4 e spiritual resources resourcesof leourcee leourceeo
0 o of their patients denbl uell r veU U enough to towbEthtr know knowwhether Itnonwbethtr
wbEthtr they can successfully unl fight the theworry theworry theworry
worry of homesickness of such a so sojouru 80 80journ sojounli
jouru as well as the Ib Inroads of the thehave die disease dieease ¬
ease have no right t to give advice in a amatter amatter a aflatter
matter necessitating such sue a hazardous hazardousundertaking huardousrtaklq hasardoutun
undertaking undertakingSkk un rtaklq rtaklqSick
Sick People Remain About About Town TswnOne T8wnOne TownOne
One of the worst evils perhaps In such sucha 1 1place
a place as Phoenix kf a condition which whichmakes whichmak8 1 1makes
makes it possible pa for sick people to ra ramala reJ nobout
mala about bout the town when the only onlyplace onlyplaee onl r rplace
place where they can possibly derive derivegood dertvecood C Cgood
good Is on some ome ranch in the outskirts outskirtsor I Ior
or out on 00 ontho the desert Phoenix Is full III of oflodging oflotpftK o f flodging
lodging houses in most Instances 1n taDce noth notbbut ¬
lug but furnishedroom establishments establishmentswhich I Iwhich
which bleb do not supply meals Their keep keepers keepOn keepPTS ¬
ers nuke a pretense preten of taking tald no s Jck JckPfOpJe scl sclpeople > ck ckpeople
people As A a matter > r of fact fact it depends dependsaltogether S Saltogether
altogether upon how sick the person penonwho to towho I Iwho
who applies for accommodation If the thepatronage thepatroeage tb tbpatronage
patronage of these establishments were werenot wereIKt wer c cnot
not made up upvery very largely of those who whocome who0IQe wht S SoIe
come 0IQe oIe seeking health fourfifths four8ft of them themwould themwou IL ILwouh
would wou go out of business No one ant suffering ntfedo antcdI ¬
fering fedo from tuberculosis should be al allowed allowed iilowed
lowed to go to such a climate and live liveunder liveWIder liv C Cunder
under conditions C ndlUona much worse for him himthan himthan his It Itthan
than those from which he came caineroom A Aroom Aroom
room ta a barracklike lodging l < house housewith ewith housewith
with such ucb meals as the average veracetauraRt rca restaurant rcatautaett ¬
taurant serves with the attendant lack lackof lackof 1ac 1acf
of f real social intercourse Is not living liyln F
fo foil even the strongest t and most self selfrciiant 8el 8elreUallt sellreliant
reliant individual individualHaricopa individual1YIa individualI
I Haricopa 1YIa icopa County Almshouse AlmshouseMuch AlmshouseMucb AlrnshouseMuch
Much has been done and is I being done doneevery donecveJ don e eOV
every OV day cia to relieve the sufferings of ofmany oCmany o f fmany
many who have been too scantily pro provided proled C Cvideo ¬
vided for The hospitals churches lo local 10ea hocii ¬
cal fraternal lodges and numerous pri pri private pcivaLe < <
vate individuals contribute often beyond beyondheir 11 11their I
their means to help destitute strangers strangersBesides strangersBelal I IBesides
Besides Belal es all these tb the Maricopa county countyalmshouse cou count t talnuhou8e 1 1absahouse
almshouse cares for from twenty to tothirty tothirty t 0 0thirty >
thirty patients The supervisors say saythat na r rthat
that the poor in the almshouse > cost the thebounty thebtunty th S Shoutity
bounty 5 per quarter and three threefourths threefocarti threetoutthe
fourths of this U goes qaarterl to alien al en consump consumptives consum C CLives ¬
Lives A young woman was sent to t 0 >
Phoenix by her former employer a aphysician aphJalciaJ1 aphysician i
physician by b the way who paid her sal salary salary I Iicy ¬
ary for a long time but His interest interestfinally interefitnalJy tIlnalls t
finally nalJy lagged the income stopped and andthe andthe an 11 11the 1
the girl ar rl died in the almshouse almshouseSome alm almahouseSone e eSoJDe
Some are advocating that private privatephilanthropy prhILtephilanthropy priveitphilanthropy
philanthropy or public enterprise In dif different different dllcrent ¬
ferent States should erect sanatoria In Inthe Inthe I Ithe
the Southwest Jt country where whe all such suchneedy suchneedy sue sueneedy
needy patients might be sent but with withthe wltitht wit witthe I
the > wonderful strides which are being beingmade belogmade belit belitmade
made in the treatment of tuberculosis tuberculosiseven tuberculodeven l8 l8even
even in the most humid climates it is I
becoming apparent that climate is but butpart a apart apart i
part and not the most important part partof tar rt rtor
of successful Cut atul treatment If each com community community curtinunhty ¬
munity grapples with itb this problem In It ¬
telligently such places pI 8 as Phoenix will wi
have to shelter only those fl who can n ac ¬
tually afford to go so far and to meet meetthe me methe
the necessarily DeCeo arlly great expense c < penH which whichauch whichINch whic ii iisuch
INch a sickness entails entailsA entailsA entailsA
A Jewish h derxymau in Brooklyn writ wril L ¬
ing about people wh vht hatbltually attend attendservices attendHmces atten attenservieni
services at the synagogue without con contributing contrlbutJng cottributing ¬
tributing to its maintenance calls them themmoral themmoral thit ci cimoral
moral parasites para ttes and describes d rlbes them thet rn
further as individuals whose religious
life steals its substance from others olh rs iI
He says S there are women parasites parasitesaso pnraaitosalso Slto Sltoalso
aso also and that he has known women to toeat t 0
heat > eat or steal their way through their re re cc I ¬
ligious life In the course of his letter lettc r
he refers to them as avaricious avarl jous con congregational conhlegatlonat eorgregatlonal ¬
gregational parasites moral degener degenerates degenlrutes degenetutes ¬
utes etc and says IS thnt th the race raceshould racoshould mc c cehould
should come under the ban of human humancontempt humancont hurna n ncontempt
contempt cont 1l1t y I
DANVILLE D BOY BOYS I IHELD
HELD FOR TRIAL TRIALIN
IN MURDER CASE CASENegro
Negro Woman Was Ar Arrayed AFrayed ¬
rayed in the Clothfng Clothingof
of Man ManDANVILLB iVanD
I
DANVILLB D FJLLB AwU l lJoe > Joe Baas BaasTon rwtb rwtbTom
Tom Ton Walker psear loeaa Neattterler and andJohn d dJobn
John J ohn TalboU four white whit boys boF charged chargedwtth c1uugedwt
wtth w ith the murder of C BOen EUMtUja EUMtUja1I ElUfttt IiIbtt a awcanan
n o woman who vr ho was kilted last Sat Satment Stnlar
u nlar nltllttla ulgiet Is Dundee a colored l eWe eWet
meat en the worthern outskirts of the thecity theeltT
city while btle she was ma muq mosqutcdlng < tttiradmg i In Inmade Inmade
made n ude attire a mode mod of dress she aoipt aoiptod o t tad
od e d for te de purpose pu of spying < on an un unfaithful uafaithful nflaithful ¬
faithful f lover were eore given a prdtminary prdtminarynearing NettmbtarYnear
nearing near n this Uti morning in the mayors mayorscourt ma s scourt
court courtAll courtAll c ourt
All of the boys were held for action aetieaby aett aettby actiony
by b y the next term of the grand Jury JurySTRANGERS JulJApplkaUua JuryApplication
Application tAw mII It was refused retaM4STRANGERS refusedSTRANGERS
STRANGERS FORCE FORCENEAR FORGENEAR FORCENEAR
NEAR PRESIDENT PRESIDENTContinued PRESIDENTCelltlaued
Continued from First Page PageKey PqeK7 Pagey
Key l y naval v1 aide to the President Lieu LieuLong LIeutat Lieuenast
tat t enast Long and Dr Orntnorg of the theNavy tileNavy theNavy
Navy
Maryland Day DayThis Dayw
This was wa Maryland Day Dayal at the James Jamestown r rtowu JaiietOtown ¬
town Exposition and the mod eft tt by bylast byJut bylast
last nights t fierce downpour of r ram JaIII did didnot cUdaot
not add to the t enjoyment enmeat of the tlM vMOars vMOarsThousands ulultonsThousands I
Thousands of the visitors vl8it lll who came to toattend teaae1Hl toaUen
attend aUen the opening of the fair are leav leaving 1eaVIA leaving ¬
ing for their homes balbO The exposldoa exposldoamanagement naueat expQslUOnmanagement
management t promises that everything everythingwill evtrttbhtcwill everythingwill
will be in running order rder by the tb middle middleof middleof I Iof
of May MayThe MaTThe MayOThe
The program for the opening of f the theMaryland theJaq1an4 theMaryland
Maryland building was delayed and a achange a aeIui acIting
change w waence was necessary owing to the theeace oh ohflee
I aence flee of President Pr nt Harry St St George GeorgeTucker OeorreToell 000T5tTucker
I Tucker Toell of Ute exposition who intended intendedto
to welcome the Maryianders The com commiaskmero eomwaited ceenmIuiIoners
miaskmero waited for him u 1IIJUt til 1 oclock oclockthis oclockLhia oclockthis
this afternoon apd then went on with withthe wtthtlM withthe
the exercises as d Mr Tuckers dmfes dmfesprevented dud dudpreveat dtttiesprevented
prevented d his presence presenceNo presenceNo CE CEI
No more attractive place could hava havabeen MYabeen herabeen
I been found than the Maryland Niild Niildand 14IQ oUd
IQ and warmth and coahiess wiaw Wf to tologs IaI Isehdnte L
1 I evl ehdnte In Ute big open Ore wits ok okI oaklogs
I logs burning from fro brass bras andirons aDdI Visa Visitors Vlsi VlsiI Visahens ¬
ton ocean coming early although al GoY GovefnorWarfield GoYetft4W Gunerlto
efnorWarfield etft4W War e1d and the Cornmfegprers Cornmfegprersund CoIaaa Comma GLen GLenloRd atoneetd
I und etd those atccompanying accompsnntn them did ns 1I flat flatarrive t tarrive tamy
arrive un uat8 U early noon noonWelcome OCMLWe noonWelcome
Welcome We come to Visiters VisitorsMrs VisitersXn VisitersMrs
Mrs John Ridgley of Hampton Mrs MJrsHenry MIsHear MrsBenny
Henry W Rodgers and Mrs Jesse oJ oJof Ty Tyson TyI ¬
son 05 of the Ladies Auxiliary w wthe wthe como comothe I
the callers as did also Miss Itm Mary L LRobins 1 I IBobins i
Robins the official hostess Mrs War Warfield i
field III id Mrs F M Colston Mrs Oswald OswaldTUgnman wak wakMrs I I
TUgnman Mrs Clinton L L 1 RiggsMrs RiggsMrsLynn RieP Mrs MrsIaynat i
Lynn R R Meeekins Miss Edith Stows Stowewho seowewbo Stowswho
who to connected ted with the a Baltimore Baltimoreoffices D Bsltissorfolues
offices 01 the Jamestown J wa Exposition Expositioncommission Epoeltboncommiudod UIaoreI Uon Uoncoaunialou
commission and the other ladies helped helpedto helpedto helpedto I
to form a general reception ion committee committeewhich
which was w hi reality a a welcoming com committee committee ¬
mittee The building bulN was crowded and andsome j jIIOIDe
some persons who wished to witness the theexercises j ju
exercises u unfortunately fO t1laatel were anabto theC to toon topiaa04 togain C
piaa04 gain adudseloet ft on account of the limited limitedwerner Ilm1teJr IbnItedSwanson
werner r Swanson of Virginia Vi Mrs MraSwMiuhn XraSwat MrsSwaflaon
SwMiuhn Swat and the t he members JDeIII na of the gun governors pTerno gunelnors
ernors erno staff tat were among the csners csnersGovernor ca Den DenGovtrnor floraGovernor
Governor Warfield and hto hi staff haH net netthe letthe notth
the th Virginia executive and Ms Aatr Aatrwhen < otaftwhen taff taffwhen
when the cornerstone t of the if Mf landand Iaedand land leadand
and Visginia buildings bull 1np wer W werc laiu last lastOctober lIItOctober lstOctober
October and a nil the meeting this th afternoon afternoonwas aIterDooew
was w in the nature of a pleasant t tualon re reunion counion
union ualonFormal
Formal Exercises ExercisesThe ExercisesThe ExercisesThe
The formal exercises bexaa In the theroom theIOOIn theTOOfti
room that to a reproduction Gn of the old oldsenate oldte oldsenate
senate te chamber at Annapolis which was wasappropriately waaapprOpriaUl wasapprdprlattly
appropriately decorated with withGreat flags flagsGreat flagsGreat
Great enthusiasm lum marked the exercises exercisesaad exercisesand x xaad
aad the speeches peeehee received appreciative appreciativeattention at daUatteatlon appiedauvuattention
attention and were applauded applaudedThe appl applhndtdThe Mt4Th
The Th program of the exercises eX con consisted CODt eonaisted ¬
sisted t of an introduction of the Mary Marylanders 117IaDden Marylanders
landers by Lynn R R Meelclns Meekl MeekloC secretary secretaryof secretaryof
of the commission mlNloa a speech of welcome welcomeby me meby E
by O D Bachelor general corasel 00 for forthe ft foithe i
the exposition expo ttlon who acted for President PresidentTurker irdeIdenI t I ITurkel
Turker addretwee a4 by Governor WarfteM WarfteMand Warfte1daAd Warliekand I
and Cpt Frederick M Cototon who wbolivered delivered de doI ¬
livered the keys to the governor vernor the thestiMdng Uaelaartnc thesIng I
sIng of Maryland Xartland My Maryland Marylandand lIarylaDdaDCf MarylandL
and fite StarSpangled Ied Banner a aluncheon aluncheon a L
luncheon to guests and visitors rl and aL a areception ar i ireception L
reception r Uon by Governor and Mrs I War Warfield WacIkIct Warfield
field
Ohio and Connecticut ConnecticutTb ConecticetTb4 ConnecticutThE
Tb ThE Ohio and Connecticut State Stac build buIIdb1p buildlags bufldings
lags were also formally opened today A Aaeetond Aformal
aeetond formal function occurred at the theVbrgmia tbetqlala tie tieIrgInI C
Vbrgmia IrgInI State building Governor and andMrs andJoIn an anMis
Mrs Swanson on rec recJi recvmi vml informally for forseveral t to tobourn c cllEVeraI
several hours during the fore forenoon ooet aad aadafUlftoon aacla ait aitafternoon
afternoon afUlftoonMrs a 1 1Ira
Mrs Blanch B CadoC ddot of Toledo and andMrs andMrs an anMrs ti
Mrs Theodore Boiling Bom wife 1te of the ex executive x xfCutive ¬
ecutive commsrtoner received guests at atthe attbe a athe i
the Ohio building bulldJ beginning l g at 11 11oclock 11oclock 1 1oclock
oclock The B 1xecutive cecuttve party Adminis Administration AeIIRiatratlon ¬
tratlon officials and other State repre representatives repreIMntlttlvea reprosenttlves C ¬
sentatives were present presentThe presentThe t tThe
The opening othe of the Connecticut build
Ing wag a attended by ceremonies mun more moreelaborate mar e eelaborate
I elaborate There were one hundred hundredState huntlredStatc hundredtc
State tc officials present pretK > nt The guests in ineluded included Inridded
eluded governors vemr of jieveral several veral Suites tJtps gov governmental govfmmftltat governmentel
ernmental and exposition xpo ltion officiate and andvteltlmc aDdvl andvisiting
visiting vl ltln State S18t commissioners commlB lone and other otheroCftcials othernft1etaJs otherofficials
officials Opening Ooenl l prayer was aa by b the theRev theRev theRev
j Rev R R G Davenport SamuVl Slirrufio14y Slirrufio14yof E Eddy Eddyof My
of Berlin Conn chairman of the State Statecommission Stat Statrommi
commission rommi lon presented the buiiCin bui buiilng lnK to
Governor Woodruff who recerwl rf Ct04If > It in
the name nam of the people of ofbIe his State sttftE StateE StateE
E J HiU made the principal address addressand addrell8and addressand
and Secretary Sneoponl of the exposi exposition
lion company told of the efforta made
to secure ConnecUruts participation lpAtion
Governor Swanson extended greeting greeUnland
and President Tucker spoke s Ok for the ex exnoeftion ex1Offtlon ecnoottlon
noeftion company mP Y Jon Johnd John a M Holcomb of
Hartford Conn made the closing ad
dress dressForeign drt1IForeign dressForeign
Foreign Diplomats DiplomatsGot DiplomaisGot
Got Meager MeagerLunch MeagerLunchBy Lunch LUTlChBy
By Hand Brigade BrigadeA
A hand bandbrib1ule brigade appeased the appetites appetitesor
or princes counts connS barons countesses countessesC eounle8fiesron counteseesronseees
C ronttuses ron IIHS and other foreigners of noble nobledegree nobleree nobledoree
degree doree ree representing represootl the clvilfeed world worldas
as the guests ts of the American Govern Government Government Governmeet
ment at the opening openlnc of the Jamestown JamestownKiposltlon JamestownI JamestownExposition
Exposition I xpo ltlon Friday FridayEach FrIdayEach FridayEach
Each diplomat and the lady accom accompanning aCCOg1INUIb1ng acvompafling
panning him made lila way as beat be hecould beco becojald
could co Jd elbowing lboln through the surging sursmtthousands
thousands of persons in the Auditorium Auditoriumon
on the exposition grounds where the thespecially thospcclallv thespoctqlly
specially invited guests Ju ts were scheduled
to be b provided with luncheon by the theexposition theexposition theexposition
exposition officials With Withno no tables tabllSo a afew afew afew
few chairs and only counters ount rs front frontwhich r rwhich fromwhkh
which to help themselves the diplomats diplomatshad diplomataIWd diplomatshad
had no show In competition with the
hungrv h ungry crowds who pushed ushed past th thIt them themIt themIt
It was a a desperate de peratcauetloA situation Food Foodwas oHw Foodas
was w as nowhere within reach and the thepangs tJMpaap themuga
pangs i of hungr only increased com discomfort comtort om omrt ¬
fort tort fo fof fos rt Finally Flnall when all seemed se med homeless homelessTour ho hofour hoeIeas hoeIeasour
foT Tour f our heroes her arose to the occasion occasionThird oce oceThird occasionhird
T Third hird Assistant Secretary of State Wil Wilson Wilod VII VIIS ¬
son S s od R Assistant Secretaries of the tb Tress Treasury Tr Trul Tressdwaxdo ¬
ury U Edwards and Wlntbrop and Captain CaptainMcCoy captainMeCoy captaIneCey
McCoy M eCey IT u S S A military aid to the thePresident thePte theresident
President Pte P resident klent Forming in line 11 and joining joiningbands JoIJatn8baade Johhtands
bands h they wedged their way through throughthe throushthe throughe
the th thco e mass the leader finally fhu lJ reaching reae the thecounter ttaecounter theunter
counter co coa coT col unter There he found only coffee and anda aDda andecant
a scant collection < of cold sandwiches sandwichesThese aaDChofchetiThe
These T be e he passed back to the ethers the thelast
last l one Anally handing them over to tothe tothe tohe
the t ta he distinguished auetII nests of the nation nationend
a tt end nd exposition expo lUon company la this th way
the t he situation tuation was somewhat relieved relievedoat
but b bb oat the supply at the counter was ex oxeested ¬
bm hausted b eested before all of the hundred or ormore ormore orore
more m ore diplomats and their ladies could cooldbe cunlde
be b e served servedThis rvedThl serve serveThIs
bb This Thl Incident is described bt mem messets ¬
bers b ets of the th < party part who returned to
Washington uhiDet R yesterday The diplomats diplomatseliig
betac i eliig diplomatic made I no complaint complaintnd
i snd a nd to teqofries each h poUt politely ly answered
that t the trip had been an enjoyable enjoyableone
ofi one Ofte o ne but no one 11 seemed llet med to he enlbusi enlbusiastlc etUb entJusI entJusIstic
astlc fi stic enough oonffh to fo o into detail detAIlnaval The Thenaval Theaval
naval n aval display y wan magnificent ob observed ob8trvecl oherveI ¬
served s a European n ambassador The The Thernetlean
American A Ag rnetlean fleet alone was well worth worthCoins worth1f9lft worthoing
Coins g oing < to q see said the naval nova attache of
one Wi 0 00 of the embossfe em Tbe President
address a was rer reUbly rkabiy interesting
was the expression ex of a LatinAmerican
minister J This to the fln Arat rst American
expokion e Posttipn I ever attended said still stillHEROES
DOtr DOtrHEROES a notherHEROESOFWRECK
HEROES HEROESOFWRECK OF WRECK WRECKOF WRECKOF
OF BIG STEEL PIER PIERContinued PIERCoDtjot1ed PIERContjnuedgronisecoog
Continued Contjnuedgronisecoog from f Second Pc Page Pageaaus Pigsacs
aaus s acs heard of the tie disaster he hurried to
Ute seen ICeM and organised and directed
th tbe rescuers lid searchers searchersRescuers IIe1UehenR6KU6IS searchersRoscucig
Rescuers Guided by Groans GroansRescuers Groanswet GroansRescuers
Rescuers wer wet guided j ed in n l their e r work
by the thcngoaih agoatains m groans a1O n cnU I Dol cH rI rte of ofnon < f fmen
men a imprisoned under the tie debris Most Mostof Mostof I
of mote th wbow cites w ere e heard 1 wen wenICUedVbut wtn wtncued werrreacued
ICUedVbut cued but m9T many wen struck ruck down downsyllable do dw dwa n I
I a death tt before th they could utter a asyllable
syllable syllableChief syllableChief ble bleChIef
Chief Parrish of the lire department departmentset de t I
set his men to work ark with picks pick and andshovels andkhovels
shovels Mhove Tnjsy y worked in relays n do dovery doIng I
very effective e eetlve work olD in the matter atter cf cfclearing f
clearing rteartn away awiy fallen girder and the thearatlnsT theof themasonry
masonry of the eoUaJiMd are waU RP
orating U the land end eD4 of the p pIe er from
that portion jutting uttin oat into the water ater
Klectrtc trie lights bta were w rtnmg A out to the theend theend
end of the wad side of the pier in order orderthat Cllderthat orderthat
that the searchers might work insight
but the ttremeq and laborers IaIaortr were EO
ta fagged Ed out opt it that they could Id no longer longercontinue longeromtLnur
conttn continue
conttnCentract
Centract f for r the Pi Pier PierCoDtraet PierOcetteact r rthe
CoDtraet for the new pier wu let t6 toMcLean
the McLean Constnwti 9 Company Companywith CompanyWith
with the Baltimore Bridge Company Companysad Companyand
sad Otis Elevator Elent Company aa sub subcontractors aubeoIItraeton subcontractors ¬
contractors The structure was to have havecost havtco havecoot
cost U 3tOs It was wa deafened to be beof be0Df hoJet
0Df Jet of the longest strongest and andheaviest aadbeaytqt andheaviest
heaviest piers on the Atlantic coast coastThe COIIstTIle coastThe
The upper story was to be used for forfreight tortretpt
freight and the lower for passenger passengerservice passengerpervice < er erdollars
service Thousands of dollars worth worthat wortht worthof
at steel 1 girders art were put on the pier pierTne pierTIle pierThe
TIle floor was of heavy 7 oak The sides sideswore aldeae tdci tdciwr
wore wr e of halfinch thkJk corrugated iron ironpainted
painted yellow and the roof was of ofslag ofalac
slag 2Co pier in I Baltimore or the theRam theJIut thecould
Ram could c uN have hair compared with the thestructure theIttnaetaft thestructure
structure when completed It was to tohave tobave tohave
have taken the place of t three old oldpiers oldplera oldpier
piers pier now in use by the Baltbao Baltimore Baltimoreand lttmone lttmoneand
and Ohio railroad In addition addl OD to the
15Oefle n6M loss 1 of matetiI mate ei U all except excepta
a few feet t hot of the broken struct structure tire be
In under water ter the I he contracting com comany cornpestles
pestles Ieee many any thousands t thou of dollars dollarspaid dollarapaid
paid to workmen throughout 1out the past P pa L
year yearOIL yeaaOIL yearOIL
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CAUSES DAMAGE OF 200 200FIre 200 200Fire 2OOFire
Fire caused by the explosion exPto ton of an oil oillamp onImp I Ip
lamp p last la t night did 0 damagu to the thehome thehome thehotne
home of Max Bach Bachatan hJnan man 12M Tenth Tenthtreet Tenthreet Tenthrest
rest northwest The damage was eon eonttned COftAIled confined
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