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It is i a rare day wnen ben < MI Influen
iiil 1 ha i a I politician does Bot deehvre for I Iemuther
mother term for President Prel dunt ROOM JJooseMMt ROOMtlt
MMt tlt Ilt Yesterday there vfttro ure an ani
notinevmettts i n ei from two twocogreun twotngreman
ongressman Littlefiekl LittlefieklI
I tra convinced that President ROOM ome omett
it 1 t is i sincere In his declaration de de lantIon that he heUM heDOt
w UM S not Qt want to be a candidate again againiiit n
iiit 10 II t 1 belIeve in spite spit of this tb declaration declarationiliat cI aration I
1 iliat ha hat t he will be tbe flrst ft choice of the theii thftl
ii l imblicans at the national naUona1Repubitcan Republican Republicaninvention RePUbIICHrtveutken i
invention rtveutkenovcruor I
< i iioeruor
Covermir ovcruor Cummins Cummi of Iowa I II
I crsoaally I believe that President Pftei4IatJOIt Preei4eutn
JtKsevetts n t ReveIt3 plain duty dut te to withdraw withdrawi W WI
I > i former statement and to say y that thatcMilor thatIf
cMilor If I r the demand deiesudnow now maOe and the thev theddent thevIlent
v ddent l dent state tate of the public mmd he wfll wRlI
I o fpt pt another nomination If It ls Iten Itenrtd IetenI < en enurtd
urtd I yrd rtd to him with practical unanianty ananImlt7Tha unanlasityIhue
Ihus the t a assertion first made we weliere wt wttlieYe weMIeIe
MIeIe tlieYe liere by b the Boston Journal Tourn1wltich Tourn1wltichzxeited which whichexcited wbicbfxriled
excited amusement amusemen In some quarters quarterswhen IarteraJuu quertersJwu
when Juu it was first read nearly two twoears twoear twoears
ears ear ago eeu seems to b be getting some somerelty 8OmercH oine oineretty
relty rcH good indorse iDCIonera iDCIoneraAs indorsersAs rs rsAs
As to Party Dress Dresseoatributor DressA
A A contributor to another nfews nfewsj Jlewspaprr nws nwsaper
j paprr aper aper and evidently a riojcut vi eJt eJtJlf ad adlirrent 4 4berent
lirrent Jlf > rent of the tI e universal al peace propo proposition propoition propoitifl ¬
sition has baa thieto this to say sayTh sayn sayfli
Th n fli sailor who was refused admission admIIonI
11 1 I Newport R R I because bt auee In uniform uniformw unltonnwas
w was Wa < is S in th the garb of o bIB profession prol prufe3onhti prufe3onhti1hruIrPeion hfo hfoiimfcssion t tproffMaon
iimfcssion of keeping order and killing
Would Wou Id you wish to admit as g a guest guestai
ai a l an Ln evening party a butcher dressed dressedin dr drill
ill 11 > ls frocks a policeman In his hJaform eel uniform ¬
form or a hangman with his h hi rope over overJiia HerIi overII4
Jiia Ii II4 arm armWell alllaWell armWell
Well we w dont think wt w would wouldare wouklart woukar
are ar to have butchers in their theirfrocks theirrudal theirfrotkii
frocks policemen in their uniforms uniformsr utilormfthamen
> r hanfrmen hamen In h any ny garb prbitho grbeithou1i grbeithou1ilirt nlthotujli nlthotujlihere ll lllitreo
here are some very veryest ustunable oabJe high highlirrilTi higltIItnlls highhriWa
lirrilTi who bo utin nalRtfle iu in good < ood society societyat
at ot it our party pertyHut partyJJii partyBut
JJii But I we would not feel It = l the slight slightt
> t discontent di eltt at at the presence IMeee ec > of a auajor alIajor euajot
uajor general of the army in his hisnfiifonn 1IisurUfonn iiu I IirSiform
nfiifonn or of an admiral of the thenavy thewtY thiJIavy
navy in his hiM nor ior we are 1 iretty rutty sure sureould suremild sureniiId
mild the th writer riteor of the letter we weliave we111n wc1iavt
liave 111n quoted if he were1 were lucky luckyenough hck hckllough luckyIPllgh
enough to get t them to cOme c me If an anindividual anlIulividual L LIUiiVIdUal
individual regards rds the common sol soldiers 1101diprs solniers ¬
diers as a butchers hatehe he saoukl be con consistent COlijstet eoititet ¬
sistent and ad put the high oiHcers omce in intlie b I IIlie
tlie 1 Jlt same e category seeiaJly Neiallyad Neiallyadtit and aiit I It
otherwise tit t herWte herWteuCousins herwJse herwJseCousins
Cousins Under Arrest ArrestEvery ArrestJeJY ArrestEery
Every now rnd nd then n man manirreet under underirrest uJM1erITrest
irrest centers the limelight on him himself JaimtJC Itints1f
self tJC by claiming to be cousin to ttJIf t I Ilexau4er i
Alexander If lexau4er r th t Greet or the Vice VicePresident VicePrt m mPresident
President Prt ident of the United Statue Stat or orthe ort oi L LtlIf
the t hr Sultan of Suln SulnWhen SalnWhen Sum SumVlsen
When that happens the papers do dotheir dot d dt
their t heir part They rhe arc careful to say saytin ca r
tin 1 Itt lI man n claims to be orvrcpi or orente replle repllefnt < e eents
ents fnt himself to be the relative of ofome oforne ol olflne
ome citizen who has a earned a good goodimme goodml goo I Iiianie
imme ml and sndhii ha hall the right to enjoy it itTf it itT
T Tf r possible they t y s ek k 6ut ut the great greatinan greaiIIft t t111an t
inan IIft and ask him either publishing publishingliis pttbli hing hingJli c cdenial r
liis Jli denial nial or omitting oa Ulag all refer reference rdercwr refer4Ie ¬
ence to him himThe himThe himThe
The need for f r nuttion tlUtti is on the theVnrt theIart th thpart
part Iart of the reader Chums and andrepresents au1rrprNeuts am Irepresents I
represents are words easily easilyskipped eaai1 r rkipped r
kipped it to scanning aeund the news There Therejs Therieven lltereis
js even vea a temptation to believe the theicfiised tIe1utIed th thI
icfiised I IIM RometinJes and not the thesiipiMMititionn UtclIp 1hi x xIIf51titjOfl >
siipiMMititionn lIp ltition relative All of which whichis i Litiost
is j most unfair For we have no norisrht Dni ni nirht
risrht i ht to 1oinaIc make an entirely innocent innocentman iJUlocentl1wn tthan t
man suffer for anothers anotb r offense offenseeven otfnsenOn e ePn
even nOn Pn when the th
one in the toils is a aMood nh1nndltlati01t I I IhlH
Mood h1nndltlati01t hlH relation and when WU 1l some one oneafar onufar oni L 3
afar 1 far off is caught < jxassing bad checks checkscr cHeeksJoteaJiug a ar
cr r steajing1 automobiles a11tomobil orHhat not notthe no noih
the 1 ih hp likelihood UJr libood is i that th t he hole is n Bar Barabout Uart lia ra r
about a t hout his kin connections u t1o as g well as asa asa a B 5a
a thief
Recognizing RecognizingRevision RecognizingRevisionlheTe ecognizi g Revision RevisionThere Revision111ere
There is 3 good deal more tfeiui tfeiuibuncombe tiumbnneom th IIbncOmb ii
bnneom buncombe to this tbi idea that the rc rcvision rcotiOl r r1siOU
vision otiOl sentiment in the Republican Republicanparty UCIublioonpartY npirty n
party must It be vecogubeed Y 0JrIIbe1 in the theiitrapaiffn tlaenmlll th c
Cri
iitrapaiffn gD of next year ear The 11 grand grandid gnutdd griin griinI i
I id d l party ha been having b iDg prosper prosperity prosICJri ¬
i ity 1 LV and n big annnal gokl production productioni rOthK1 ion ionn n
i n its side tor or a long < time t rac now but butit huti ho t tit
it i t w vilt m H have to make some specific specificplodfreH peci1lcplm c
cC
plodfreH plm 11IT next year if it expects to tocarry toarry t tearry o C
carry arry the t country mwl ttt < l after ftsr making makingi maJdug111tJU mnkln K KIiflL g
IHMII i it will be forced to convince convincei ID eIit
i lie Iit majority of voters that it seri seriMsly erlIsly aer I Iisly L
Isly meaits to execute them themKight tIeJRRight them themRiJht
Right at t the top of this list will willom willtomH wi IIuine II
tomH om uine < a promise prOll e to t9 rrfviao r rvia nQ the sched schedules sehe eJatll eJatlllilts 1 1izlei I ¬
lilts of the tariff 11 Now revision rcriaionmay revii revisionmay n ais
may mean much J uc or little There is isan isHO I IIo is
an Io uav vay of writing a set of o schedules schedulesinto cltethd 8 8into is isIc
j into a i platform plat Corm But it is possible popiblelU iosib iosibin Ic ie
10 ghe gk a hostage I1OS1ZIC in making up the thelickft tb it ic
lickft 1 i < ktt The Th tariff revieiontvts rl OnitaaT OnitaaTltgil1nin are areIwginnincr ax axhegiilTiiug a
Iwginnincr to demand ft pledge pled of oftiiiH If Ifihig > f ft
tiiiH t hiK tort They Want tkc thepnrty1 party partyto partytonHluinatt to tonominate o
0n
nominate > ju II one on 111 > r i other U er place on onthe 011fl o n
the fl tifket ti < k t n man who has mnde his hisnam hismur h is
nam IIIOWH 1I0WI to the whole nation for forliis ioris ft ir r
liis is lvta htuy 8 y of revision revisionTlirr rf rev > isbn islonor isbnr
Tlirr or r i ilt nt much JUtt < h difference cli < = l le leh 1i > e etwivii f
eV
twivii h wi l 1 t the ti t to o jiartics Jalticli just uuw flu v
i They T hey are both striving for the privi priiqre
lege qre e ge of representing the same issues issuesOn
On o n the broAd issues of corporation corporationrclntious eorpoltlt1ourclntioua
rclntious r to tluj public they C ace not notfar
far f r enough apart to differentiate differentiatewithout dUIerentiatewitllout dlflerentiateithout
without w ithout labels There hi just one onepossibility oncpoulbiUty oneossibility
possibility p of a real Issue as nat natters nntten natern ¬
ten t ern now stand and aJi iii 1 that is i the thetariff t1tetarift
tt
tariff t The Republicans ire are going lob to todecare toeclare
declare d eclare for revision rt Iaiou but they must mustdeclare mustdecJue
declare d eclare for it with force enough eaongl to tomuk
make muk m ake the country bcliprc beJ jte they moan moanit
it it i t
itIbore
i There arc two man Ut I in tie national ntfonnleye nutlonniye
eye e ye who ho SIM lioptibllotms llu ubllOftllfii imvu Jmv made mltc1cnKt10llfti
nHtlonnl n ations reputations as fighters JIlltcrs for fo forlvieiol1
ravision r Both Itajve e made them thwnlves
selves s lves governors of ofi oil j rockribbed 1 lie Ite Itepublicall It
publican p ublican States by kheir helr consistent consistentdet consietentet
determined det d et riniuetL Decl demand for this thi reform reiurnrhiey
They r y are 10 Cummins or Iowa and ud udUuUtl
Guild of MaasaclutMtts Either Eititer of I
t these t names nam stands for revision rei lon in intJlC
t tlie he most sincere honest thorough thoroughselC
sense n ellie To plnco cither of these man 11lWlon
t on o n the tieket i lit ia to g J ive e an assurance auraueeoe assurancef
c of o f inteiitioii to revise to under underwrite underwrite ¬
write the pledge of the platform to toluue
i issue ssue a policy p of Insurance on the tbegood
good g ood faith of the mrty
i The Republican party must con couI
I vince v Utce the UI country that It really letaUybeans
i means to revise rcvj e It can adopt no tobetter
1 better way of giving ghoiR this assurance assurancethan U8UnUCCthan
1 than t han to nmne such a man as GOT GOTernor
crnor e rnor Cuininiiuf or Governor Guild Guildfor
for f or second place on the atioRnltkktt > national
t ticket of 1908 JSither of them would woultlIbe wOullglYc
I give strength and distinction dl tinetiolt to thk thkticket tIt tIttftket
ticket
I
A ADream Dream of Fair FairWomcnrite FairWomcn Women WomenThe
The most J beautiful woman in inWellington InWultlngtoa InVcshlngtonl
Wellington WultlngtoaIft 1 1lost
Most lost Ift of us will except to any anyaward uay8war anyawerd
award 8war < 1 of that title reserving re It In Inour Inour
our hearts to erown rowJI the noofe Ja nee e worn wornan womaJl
an 31 who has graced our own 0 lives liveskeeping Jiveskeeping
keeping us true to our better selves selvesreaching aelvsieeblug
reaching down to our griefs and andsmiling andIlmflillg andsnilling
smiling with ouiet 1uht Uilt happiness aJlJUI over overour oerJur
our triumphs But we can Mid 81 do dohave doIave dohave
have a very human interest in an anaward aJlaw anewiird
award aw rd of it intelligently made a just justselection ju jntenleetion t tgelection
selection from a Held as rich in infeminine iuiemiDintj
feminine iemiDintj T loveliness as Washington Washingtonmade VukingtoRnutde
made by competent eom1 > eteut judges who do donot doJI9t doiiQt
not know and so cannot appreciate appreciatethe Appreejtthe
the particular beauty which has hasbrought Jutsbrought hasbrought
brought so much sunshine ldne into our ottrown ourown
own homes homesThis homcaJhis homesThis
This has ha been the kind of choos choosing ch chlig chooshag ¬
hag which hieh The Times has made All Allthe MIthe AUthe
the element of right Ji ht selection selectionwere eleeUenWlre selectienwere
were present J 1l nt The number of photo photographs lnotographa Photographs ¬
graphs submitted here was larger largerthan largerthu largerihsu
than that of nearly nearl all the twenty twentytwo t twentytwo eJttY eJttYtwo
two other cities engaged eDglt c1 in the thesame Uaeame theannie
same search and nd in proportion proporti n to toour toor toHr
our Hr population the 1800 portraits portraitsoffered portt portra1lioffered > I
offered to our Wa Wa Wastngtoit iilngtou judges judgestuiowed jud judMnowcl judgesi4nOwt11 <
tuiowed muter all 11 the other totals totalaThis totalsThis totalsThis
This was w probably because Washing Waahington WaalliAtOM Washingtoe
ton is richer in young girls and andsweet ItIIdsweet am I Isweet
sweet matrons than ay other city cityI clt cltbut citybut
I I but The Times is 1 for that not the thes tbelea tls tlsless
J lea s aatised sat wiled that it did the t e collect collecti collectKliminating colloet colloetInK co1Ie t tlug
i InK InKI
Eliminating l lfmimatil < all but one on of the theeighteen tlteeoigh theeighteen
eighteen eoigh teeR hundred uid red women was a task taskrequiring taskrequiring tashrequiring
I
requiring a fine appreciation and andsome aOOI am I Isonic
I some courage cou c It wa Wa essential it iti it
t should be based on confident colt ent knowl knowledge knowledge knowledge
edge So three were chosen cb en < to do doit doIt I
it whose wJo hose life work it is to know knowhuman knowh1nnan kuo kuohuman P IP
human beauty two distinguished distinguishedpainters distingutsledpa I IJiHtC5
painters pa ltten of portraits and a leading leadingscUjtytor Jeadilll18MJ Ieedin Ieedinseijltor
18MJ scUjtytor scUjtytorVhat seijltorrTht or orWhat
What an array was at their hand handNo 1UllIi hando
No o one o e can realize ft wl WhO o has iaas not notBeen nolseen I
Ii Been the great Ira t mound of photo photograph photograbK photograPha
graph the glint of a gold frame I riunt riuntshowing
I showing here a little snapshot naps snapsisalinouitted ot otmounted
mounted on writing writillgpltper paper slipping slippingout elippin elippinout lippingout
out there Some maybe would not notneem Dotm
neem m l beauttrul > eauttf ul to onlookers who did didnot didnot I Inot
not know the love wh which 1t prompted promptcdtheir I Itheir
their sending ell inA Maybe raybc a few accused censedeve seemei I ICYCIS
even eve > pathetic for the little horizon horionof horizonof I IOf
of the life they thor revealed But n nman Itmall I Iman
man would wouJdhve have otve to be a crusty old oldcurmudgeon oldcurn1a
curmudgeon curn1a oit indeed not to feel t el elI a i I
quickening of his hi pulse as he looked lookedat I Iat >
I
at the rest reltI restWell
I Well ell the judges have chosen The Theeditors TineditOrs jheeditors
editors of The Times did not envy envythem em r rlucas
I them their responsibility For they tJleyer the f fwere r
were er to decide d cidt according to lieauty lieautynot Ueautrnot hieautynot
not peiiionality peltlonaUtto to gauge regular regularity regularity regularity
ity of feature and 551 sweetness eetne8A of ex expressIon cxprenabon
pression not richness rielme of toUette or orphotognpl oi r rphotographic
photographic c skilj skiljYet skmYet skiliYet
Yet we can all be glad in their he1r de de derisionand
I
S I cision ti risionand ionand and for many reasons For FmI Fosfliat
I first their choice has rallen on a atruly ntruJr i EL ELtruly t
truly America type tn e And second secondthe seeofldthe
the type is just Southern enough to tolJe ti D Dbe
be characteristic of Washington Washingtonn
and third the photograph is a print printor prism tof t
of such fineness or shading and andTgnlarlt assi ci ciregularity
regularity of outlines as to make it itfar itfnr I tfar t
far more beautiful than many studio Rtudioidea atudi 0 0ideals
ideals idea and lid fourth ttyough it was WItSnot wu S Sisot
not picked upon for those qualities qualitiesc I Iit
it is yet < t pleasing to see In it a stm sin simle L L11e
pie le and beautiful gown a girlish irU8b and amIuDConacious an ti tiunconscious 11
unconscious bearing the li light 1tt of ofintcHigence a f fintelligence
intelligence in the eyes and the cx exlreMion e eprcion
pression of a normal unspoiled unspoilednatural tUiapoHed tUiapoHed1Uttltra I Imuitural I
natural sweet daughter 1attgItt < r of today t1aynall todayFinally
Finally nall r those of us who wo hope that taatthe the thethe t +
the Capital may come into its own ownin ow a ain n
in this friendly rivalry between the theciti tim L Ccities
cities citi will 111 bo glad gl d to know and sec secthat 8cethat ac C Cthat
that the award was not determined d dby J
by photographic chance It went wehtto web t tto
to a young woman blessed with wit ith ithutT Ix Ixbcuty lt
beauty utT in the Uloronml round so to spcalc spcaJtTIe spea speaTile
The judges j C8 oven hesitated between etwee11Beeral n aseveral
several portraits ts of her 111 r from as asmRI a s smany
many mRI points of iew Wherefore Vhereforeit if i LIit
it should bou d happcn as all loyal IO 1tl Wasli Yasb YasbinAtoninns I Iingtonjnns
ingtonians will hope that the jury juryn jurytn mr y VIn
tn > n the national award find itself its lise > l lllable Ifitublc f
tumble itublc to pick between the th > selee S seicitioii > Jpf JpftiOll
tious tiOll of o several cities t t ls and must turn tur tt
f for or < more views icw of the young yotingwoiucn yotingwoiucnanlit1nte ollng women j jcandidate iClUuli
ci candidate ClUuli C ft tt the cause or our repre repreaentnthc repreenfatjyc j jventative
ventative s will grow stronger with withvery j jevery Ieery
c every very new photograph examined examinedAVylord millod amninwiMylord millodlylordand
AVylord lylordand and Colonel ColonelYankect1 ColonelYaJlkcCfL
Yankees will wilihear lill hear aear nith itl1soJue some trepi trepidatIon trepiatlon 1 1datlon
d datlon l that tlatoug wsone ione the peers tlicj tlicjpQlars Use Ule1mal
1mal pQlars of tlie British natiouf nai oui who wl10lu t
h havo lu ave vu always lwftJ been accepted aa a t the thelmou hc hcslmon
a slmon pure genuine article should shouldbe sbouldbe
be t e those who 110 In plain plum English may maydC800C
d deaorve eserve to be called clll fakes In fact
11 n special departmental committee
Ii lias 1 55 issued a t report saying that Xhattlicre tlmttaere
t here la 1 no doubt that a number nlU1 r of ofpersons ofersons
p persons ersons Intro 1m assumed the title of ofbnroiaet
I baronet bnroiaet b either wrongfully or upon UpOIlthc uponthe
t the mostr 1II011t doubtful basis lMl i Tliese Tliesecaees Iheseiuses c cCa8e
c caees iuses approxiinate approxhpate 3 or 6 per cent of ofthe oftIle
tt t the he entire baronage The commit committee committec
t tee Oe thereupon represents relr nta that par parliament parI
I I1 liament l emil hall create a tribunal to tol
l I 1 prevent p rccnt tho unlnwful UUlkwittl use of any
t title itle
titleill
This ill diflliko d of the unwarranted unwRltltntcdof
a assumption of handles to names and andIMtents IImlI
I 1 IMtents Ita p etetits tents of nobility Is I easy for Amor Amorictuis mer meriictUtB
iictUtB i ictuis cans to appreciate Although we wehave weare C CI
I i have h ave none of the latter in this th part partI
c of o f the world we still have unc the for former
I i nier iser and there is 1 no question que UOJl Hint if ifa
a tribunal were ere appointed by Con Congress Coneese
t gress g eese to examine cxam Jt and nd sift Ift out tile tlicbogus tJl4ogus
1 bogus b ogus from tIle true a great many manygentlemen 1Han 1HangcnUcIVen
i gentlemen g entIenen would be e stripped attril ped of oftheir ol
t their heir chief chief adornment adornmentThink adornUtntI
Think of the tI wreckage that would wouldoccur wouldCenr
I Icolonels
occur o < ccur among the Kentucky Kentuckycolonels
I
colonels the terrific weeding out I Iamong
among a mong the Massachusetts honorn Isoisoritki honornbles OJlOlU OJlOlUb
bles b ki and the great slaughter slaughteramong alaughterKmoltg slaughtermong
among a mong the 1Mary Maryland uad and Virginia VirliDiajudge
judges 7 And AudtheMprufeuor the professors how howthefr
their t heii raukswouM diminish dimb ah Xontore Xontorewould No more 01 01would
would the gentlemanly parer of ofcorns ofrJt
corns c orns rJt the rran who bucks your yourboots yourboots yourboot
boots boot or the the oc ocHlt alt astrologer trol be bepermitted hewrmnittd
permitted I erlnitted > to revel in this glorious glorionsprefix 3I0ri0118prefix gloriousrtfix I
prefix J rtfix Even among the doctors in inmany
many States Stat S there th r would be terrible terriblecarnage terribiearnage
carnage carnageIf ea c rnage rnageIf I
If Utl there r is i any country on tie face faceof faeeof faceof
of the earth jlt i in which ieh titles are aresumed as assumed
sumed by any J cheap John 1ok who whocares whoC4area
cares c ares to tack them before or after afterJa siftersis afterhis
his Ja i sis luune It It is i the lard of the free freeand freeand freeamid
and of democracy Therefore we wesuggest wenggeat
suggest tMe Britah tribunal trinj idea to tothe toi
the i careful consideration of Legis Legislatures Legi Legiturea Legisatures ¬
latures l turea and the National Natio al Congress CongressA
A man hi Iowa is under arrest arrss be because be beea because ¬
cause ea he shot bot at a charivari party that thathad tbathad thathad
had gathered around his hi bouse and od hit hittwentythree hitlWfllt7thrtit hittwentythree
twentythree of them Now If they theyfind theyfind theyfind
find him guilty It will be apparent that thatthose thattbo8e thatthose
those folks out West really are a lone loneway lonewa longway
wa way from civlmwd civlmwdCher eivilIssdChesi I ICheer
Cheer upVJonn alY JobR D has been so far farconvinced farconvinced
convinced coal that he cant get it all before beforehe beforehe beforehe i
he dt dire that b he ta reporting reportt1IIIOI de deeding dJnir dJnirsome
some 155 of it to his h MIn irs in order to avoid avoida
a contest over his h will willAt willAt willAt aVOldl
At the same time Its It Just like one oneor oneof e I
Of these Standard ndard CHI folks to divide divideH d 1 1It
It up by an antemortetn teIItOI arrangement arrangementso I
so 0 as a lb prevent 1 the lawyer 8eCU1i1J ascurIna ecurnjy ecurnjya
I
a avod s equitable taI division of the pI pIarter plund plundtter plunder plunderafter
after tter Ute su ath of the principal priscipsiFonuerTCougraman principalFormer I
Former FormerC FonuerTCougraman Congressman Hermann will willcertainly willeertabal
certainly eertabal be willing < to accept along alongwith aloqwltlt sbuswith
with congratulations the comment COIII that thatIt tbatIt thatIt
It took a very ton long < trial to bring the theverdict tbeerdlct theverdict
verdict that he was not guilty guiltyNow p1tt7Now 5uUtyNow
Now who In the world worldpeet would sue suspeet suepoet
peet that tba such a crusty old chap cIaapUDCIe as asUncle siUnd
Uncle Und Joe Cannon eooM coo act actpbUe as a guide guidephilosopher guidephUoso
philosopher pbUe o Mr friend frIeD4I and general p enalapr man manager manSr ¬
apr Sr to Cupid CupfdTW C1IpkIWeD Cupidwon
W WeD U those gentlemen who wtiocssiseewi wtiocssiseewito COD8eD COD8eDto consented consentedto
to serve 8 as a judges j hi an oratorical con contest CQIatest contest ¬
test between Nt the freiitenen r and aa the thesophomores tMhoIIIoIN thesophomores
sophomores hoIIIoIN really needed to be tied tieddidnt tieddkln tieddldn
didnt dkln they theyIt tbeyIl
It is reported in the headlines that the themodel tilemodel tiwmodel I
model husband lives Uv In Chicago Chl Poor Poorman Poorman Pooilean
man man he te likely to find difficulty die discovering ¬
covering eoY rtDtJ ground round for divorce when he hedecide bedecldetl Indecides I
decide to Join the Chicago procession processionThere prooeaIoftThere
a There is a convincing eo vmcIAs aggregation AI II tM of ofevidence ofeYlden 01 r
evidence eYlden e that t this difference among the thetheatrical thetlMatrtea1 tintheatrical i
theatrical folks Is not noti mere acting aeU aeUTHE sctIagTHE
THE LARK LARKj LARKThere
There re te l a a legend nd somewhere toM toMor toMOf
Of bow the skylark came pC ok oldI skiTo
I To the th dying dytn Saviours Saviour SaviourlAnd cressAnd cress cressAnd
And circling cirelins lCltn round that form of jHkin jHkinPoured at atPoured ss ssPoued
lAnd Poured forth a wild Imeatt lamenting strata strataAs ras rass raieAs
As s If for human loss lossPierced kissPierced
I
Pierced 1 by those accents ta of despair despairUpon 11 11Upon
Upon the little aourner Jt < umer there thereTurning tJIereI thereTurning
I Turning TURln HIM foiling rtIl eyes eyesThe enI eronThe
The T Saviour saM 141 Doet thou ss mourn mournAnd MOU MOUI mournAnd i
I I And Anclla is I thy fragile breast Ix eaM so torn tornThat lor lorI toreThat
I That man thy brother die dies diesOer 1 1I
I Oer all tife 1 workl uplifted high highI tshVe 111gbWe
I We Ve are alone bone here thouand thou and I IAnd IAnd IAnd
And near to heaven bea ven and thee thee theeII
II 1 bless thy pHyguided wings wingsI
j 1 1 bless bl thy th voice volcth4 the last that sings singsLoves slapLove singeLoves
i Loves Love requiem for Me lieSorrow MeSorrow
l
Sorrow shall cease to nil thy th song songThese MIafTh songt
These Th frail Jl and fluttering wings grow growstrong gtOWstrong gros grosstrolig t
strong strongTbou strongThou stroligThou
Thou shalt alt no longer onger fly flyEarths 111Earth flyilarths
Earths Earth captive captiveita nay but boldly boIdl dare dareThe dareThe r rThe
The azure vault ault and upward boar bekrThy bearThy
Thy raptures to the sky skySoon akr akrSoon skySoon
Soon passed ne the Saviour but the lark lark larkCJoee larkClose
Close hovering near Him in the dark darkCould darkCould darkCoukj
Could not hte grief abate abateAnd abateAnd te
I And nigh h the watchers at the tomb tombStill litlllbstln
Still mourned through days da of grief and andgloom adgloom an angloom ii 1
gloom gloomWith gloomvtth gloomWith
With note disconsolate disconsolateBut dlacousolatBut reeonaolateBut
But when to those sad mourners came enmeIn me meID
In rose and amethyst and flame aMeThe SameThe
The Dawn D wn Miraculous lI1raculouaSon MiraculousSong
Song Son in which sorrow had no part jMrtBvrst lartBrst partBtrst
Bvrst from the larks triumphant 1Mrt 1MrtSweet heartSweet heart
Sweet and tumultuous tumultuousAn
An instant ln tant as 4 with rapture blind blindHe bU bUHe blindHe
He faltered faJt red then his hi Lord to Sad ftDdStraight SadStraight
Straight to the ether flew flewRising ew ewRI8fn
Rising < where falls no human tr trStnKin tearSinging
Singing where still his song lIOn we hear hearPiercing bearPiercing hearPiercing
Piercing the upper blue bluoFlorence blueFlorence
Florence Earle Coates in Lipplnootts LfpplnooUsRAID t tRAID
RAID UPON SWEATSHOPS SWEATSHOPSA
A raid upon a group of sweatchopg C Ca a
by by a number of factory inspectors in inNew InNew I n aNew
New York th the other r day disclosed ecl the thefact thefaet tim e efact
fact that the garments being made amid Amidurroun4It1 ami d dsurroundings
surroundings urroun4It1 so repulsive repul lve and disease diseasebreeding diseas ebreeding ie iebreeding
breeding as to defy polite description descriptionwore descriptionWore deucripticwore
wore not not as was at flrst thought mere raerely merely menby
ly batches of clothing intended tor firms firmsof firmyOr firni firniof
of cheap purveyors of readytowear readytowearclothing readytowHclothing mr mrclothing r
clothing but were garments that had ha d tilfefl
lx l lfefl f1n > > en cut in a number of wellknown wellknownBroadway weUknownBroadway a aBroadway
Broadway tailoring tanorln f8tabti stabHshments hment This Thislhe Th Threcaflod
recalled the fact that amonjr an1 the gar garments garmtnt gaimeimt
ments mtnt h hld Id up by the inspectors on a afLmilar anlilir amirnibar
fLmilar raid wb Wi a dress te suit of Sciui gonator Sn t ttor
tor Thomus C Pluiu
i I
Loving ovino Tells Whu He Shot Este Estes
Conttnuod ContInuodfromSeconj from Second Face Faceamall Pase PaseamaH PagenalI
amaH s nalI strings trlngaof of flesh so terrific was the theforce thetorce theorce
f force orce of tho charge chargeBetes chargest8lCe chargegatis
Betes st8lCe JIfe f was ssps w blown out of him so soquickly soquickly O Ouickly
quickly q U that at Wt hot t even eysm ths Nnuldenea Nnuldeneajudge JtMwltlenedjudare mnmideneludge
j judge jS udge realized the tim end bad come comeStanding colneStndtn 001CCtanding
Standing Stndtn S tanding over the groaning T and mortal mortally mortalJy mortalwounded ¬
ly wounded < man Judge Loving clenched clenchedhis cleJtcbec1hla clenchedis
his h is lists gritted rtttect hu > teeth and called calleddown calleddown calledOwn
d down Own malediction upon the head of his hisvictim 8vktlm hieictim
vm i victim v ictim Quivering with rage r e be com commanded commanded coinended ¬
i manded m ended thoM who would give succor to tothe totlte tohe
the t he dying man to be off and about th tbetr tbetrown thsirwn r rown
own o wn business businessqt I IIts IItg
qt Its a no use shouted tile judge tri triumphantly trlumpIUUttJ Srimpbantiy ¬
i umphantly u ur with a smile mlle upon his large largeround laraelOuncl largeound
r round face lies He dead I shot > hot to kill killNot JetUNot C4II C4IINot
Not Crazy Shot to Kill KillWith KillWith KillWith
With the Instrument of death dea th thrown thrownas thro throwncarelessly n naa
as a carelessly over hill shoulder houlder an If re returning re returnln reurning ¬
turning turnln t from a a quail hunt the slayer slayerwalked slayeralked layerwalked
walked w alked to JMcGlnnls Hotel where he liedeclared hedeclared heeclared
d declared d dt eclared his intention of surrendering surrenderingo
t to o the theauthorIU authorities 1 waR not crazy crazyshut
J I shut after due deliberation and I shot idiotto shoto
to t o kill said 14 the judge after he had hadregained badplned bedegained
r regained plned his h composure composureAt eomPMunAt
At the tb preliminary hearing given ven him himon 111mou himn
on o < n Tuesday TUdda before Justice JutI 4 Payne who whoreleased whoreJE8MCl whoeleased
released r turn on a t M bail Judge Loving Lon Lonsld I
said s aid 1 was informed by Harry Sneed Sneedon Sneedon SneediL
t on o iL yesterday ye l8IdAy morning that my m daugh daugiset ¬
tt t tea t et Lhutie Linid bad been driven Into Lovings I
1 ton t on at night by b Theodore Kstes Eatt she be bee ¬ I
l ing ug in an ucconsctous ur lt5dUS condition conditionI I I
I restrained reatralned myself with Ith great dim dlfllculty dimculty I Iulty
culty c ulty hoping that there might Int be some someexplanation Muteexplanation somexplansion
e explanation Ltzcle vas Ita sent for but butdid butpJd butM
j pJd II IIs did M not come sending word that she be was wassick wasick u usick
sick s ick I did not go after her but sent sentmy sentll t tmy
my i ll wife I asked keel her what had hap happelHCf hapend ¬
pened penedShe pelHCfShe p end
I She said Id Theodore had taken her out outand
t and a nd when w about t a a utile from fromher U tows WH gave gaveher
her h er a drink and that the she knew nothing nothingmore IIOtbJagmore
more moreI
1 do not date c1ak that I became crazy
t but b ba ut a frenzy vetoed me very muscle muscleand IIIUK1eand musclend
t and a nd vein In h my body called for f vms vengeance veaeance ¬
geance s eance I sought his It bite and I took tookit tookaod
it I t and all the b powers of h ben U could not DOtha
have ha h ave Ie stopped K meStatomnont me meStatement meStatoDMut
Statement Tells Whole Story StoryThte StoryThIll
This atatemeat tells tl the whole story ROITThe storyTb
The Tb Accusation accujto against a young Kete E te tethere Sathere Ssthere
i there The Tb judges determination te also alsofound abolouDd alsoound
found f < ound in it ItFAtn ItEstee
FAtn It Is esed aPeged gave Judge xo
IttgH l ng s daughter a drink of whisky wblak and andafter andafter andfter
after a fter that she be knew nothing more For Forthis lIorthl
this thl t hI5 his hi life was U exacted a a penalty penalty4o
No 4o further accusation tIon was made by yuqe I I
Judge J uqe Loving at the hearing be lLrt and no nomore nomore nomore I I
more serious erto offense ocr baa ever been beencharged beencbarpd beencharged I
charged against Sates by the girl flrI Few Fewif FewIf Fewf
if I f any believe Estes gave the whisky whiskyto
to t o the girt 1rI of his hi own volition volitionShot volitionBbut
Shot down hi cold blOOd MS a aker home homewrecker hoseswyseker
wrecker ker and a man lacking ladtin In moral moralfiber moralfiber moralflber I I
fiber virtually a derelict upon the theocean tbeoctIIUI
ocean of morality Bstea tms gasped Help Helpme nelpme
me please pe peaer and breathed 1 bte hi last lastBranded IaatBranded lastErauded
Branded as an individual of whom the theworld theworld theworld
world was well rid by Judge 1udpEatea Loving1 Loving1Kstes l4wtngEstee
Kstes died without being afforded op opportunity op opportwdty opportunity ¬ I
portunity to say a word in explanation explanationor exp km kmor
or defense I
80 confident were the good clt citizens of ofN oCN ofNon
N Non son county that the young man was wasinnocent waaInnocent
innocent that they flocked to the family familyresidence fandl fandlftIdcIence familyresidence
residence on Wednesday to attend the thefuneral UHItuaeral thefuneral
funeral cervices te such b number er that thatneither tbatJl thatidtber
neither Jl tber the house nor the yard nt hi front frontof hoatof frontf
of f it could bold all who came to pay paya JML7a paya
a final tribute ts t his manhood courage couragemorality COUraJIIOrallt couragemorality
morality JIIOrallt and other sterling 1IfIt qualities qualitiesKstes quaJlt1eaE8t qualitiesEstea
Kstes E8t had led a clean cl an honest upright uprightand uprlfbtI uprightand
and moral life He was beloved by byeveryone 7 7everoae
everyone who knew him and such a avast avast I
I vast concourse of persons as gathered gatheredaround ttwIred
around his bier to gaze uprn hIs h mu mutilated mutllated ¬
tilated form was never seen at any anyother an anotber I
other funeral in the county Seven bun hundred buncInd ¬
dred persons of o various denominations denomluaU0n8stations denomInationsstations
stations of life and raoe walked walkedthe past pIUItthe pastth
the th casket in which blcb he lay laybrushed Each Eackbruhed Eachbrushed
brushed a tear from his or her cheek cheekand cheekand cheekand
and murmured He did not do this ter terrible terrJble terrible
rible thing thingWhen thineWhen thingWhen
When Judge Loving Lo snuffed out the thelife theUfe thelife
life of this tbl thrifty and prosperous young youngmerchant you youmerchant youngmerchant
merchant a terrible picture was painted paintedon pifltOllon
on his h mind The Tb jurist had been told tolda
tokIl
a story that would prompt the most mostphlegmatic motphle
phlegmatic phle maUc < person to rise to arm and andcrenge
crenge venge the th ruin of bill daughter and andhome aMhome andhome
home I
homeVas
Was Vas the Story True TrueBtut TrueBut
But was the story true That te the thequestion th
I
question asked by Nelson N el80a county and andVirginia aadVIpn1a I
Virginia Had It been nothing would wouldbe wouldbe OUlCI OUlCIbe L
be beard of the sad affair today todayIt todayIt todayIt
It te the same me old story of Mr A tell telling tellbaa ¬
baa Mr ir 1 B something and Mr B adding w wUttle a alittle a alittle S t
little Uttle more before telling Mr C and andafter IlDdafter ea I Iafter I
after Mr C had speculated and d con conI conectured
I jectured ectured for some time told It to t Mr D DNelson DHellion Dcounty
Nelson comity does doe not believe that thatMln thatXip S SMire t
Mire Lhtsie Loving < was robbed of her herhonor 11fthonor r rhonor
honor a week w ago today by Theodore TheodoreEstes TheodoreEates I IEstee
Estes Judge J ud e Loving does not claim claimhe claimhe clam m mhe i
he shot Estes for that reason Miss MIALovlnc MissLoving I i
IS
Loving makes no charge of f that thatcharacter thatebaiactfor tha thachaiacter S
character Judge Loving said My Mydaughter 1 1daughter r rdaughter
daughter returned home drunk and dis dishonored dishonored diehonored ¬
honored According Ae ordin < to the Virginians Virginianscode Vlrxinlanscode a aCOLIC
code a woman returning return home under underthe underthe rthe r
the Influence of liquor te dishonored dishonoredJudge dI8bonorMlJudice dlsbonoredJudge
Judge Loving Lovln got the sympathy of Vir Virginians VirIInlana Virgtniane ¬
ginians because they tbe misunderstood him himwhen hinwh4n bin ii iiwhen
when he said dishonored dishonoredTheodore lshonoredTheodore
Theodore Estea son of a polished ami amiaccomplished anc11accompU8hed am j iaccomplished
accomplished gentleman who has Itabeld held heldthe heli I Ithe j I
the position of sheriff since 1S72 1S7 and andrespected ani anirespected j
I respected re by every one in the county countywas countyw eounts eountswas I
was w a slain laln because of an exaggerated exaggeratedstory exaggertitedstory exaggeratestory 1
story told Judge > Lcvt Lc1t Lc ind d the specu speculatlone ¬
lations and surmises of t > 3 latter Every Everypage Everypaae Ever Everpage r I
llatlona page of his life has ten l en laid bare since sincethe sine ethe e
the tragedy y but on tone one of them can canthere canthere cam Ii Iithere II
there be found any act that was not notmanly no nomanly J 1
manly courageous coUrR < eous clean upright and andcommendable an ancommendable I ICOnImftldable
commendable At the time of his sudden I
taking off he was laboring to kgep hta htaaged hi a aaged e I I
aged parents in ease and comforUfesteg comC comprtEste rtEste N
had an unblemished record for sobriety
Integrity inte lty sagacity clty and reliabilllty reliabillltyUpright reUabltlityUpright reliabililtyUpright
Upright and Honest HonestEstes IonestEstee onest onestEfi
Estes Efi was as twentysix years old on onJanuary om n nJuary ii itJanuary
January 29 k He was rparsely rpar ely built but buta butha ho t ta t
a a handsome ha dtIOmc young man who had worked worked work worked ¬
ed hard in a country store By thrift thrIrtUd thrit i iand t
and care he p had saved ved some money moneyAlthough moneyAJtbouzh r rAlthough
Although unmarried uJlmprrJed it is understood understoodhe understoohe
he was wa engaged Each mornin morning at day da dabreak daybreak ¬
break he was up upantl and stirring IItlrrt and at 7 7oclock 7Jclock 7oclock
oclock had hl h Ills fathers rather general mer merchandise merchan mcichandIa ¬
i chandise chan store torP in Lovlngston four miles milesfroth milesfrom mile Sfroth s
froth Oak Ridge open sj and d ready for forcustomers fa r rcustomers
I customers He remained at the store storeuntil storeuntlt stor B auntil
until fi oclock odo k at night when he counted countedthe countedthe counte dthe d
the receipt of the day da recorded thorn thornIn thor nIn n
In the day book and returned home homeHte hompHla homeHis
His only onl amusement or or recreation was wasbuggy wasbug Wa 3 3buggy
buggy riding rtdtD on Sunday To the young youngman you youman youn Smt S
man man accustomed to the bedazzling bedazzlinglights bedazz1in bedazz1inJlSht g Slights
lights JlSht theaters and other places ft ftamusement r ramusement rlflLiSCIflOllt
amusement In a city young nr Betes ex exIstence em emIstence >
I istence ws wat vas pathetic but he never com complalned conplained
plained He was wa born end a ru1 bred into Intowork InS 0 0work
work and Deemed to be content mtenL tent Estes Est s shad
had two driving horses sleek well fetl fetland reflaDd fe 1 1and >
and cared for and generally admired admiredHe a 1mlr d dHe I IHe
He also had lieu a smart trap and several severaldays severaldaIJ seven ti tidays
days after he WAS Killed I lI1ed nother bright brtghtred bnigi lt itred
red rubber tired runabout which lie hehad Ii e ehad
had purchased urebatze arrived at t Oak Ridge Ridgewith Ridge1th RIdS me mewith e
with 1th his bl name on it itSheriff ItSherIf ItSheriff
Sheriff Morris Iirrl K Estes has spent spenthis sp < nt nthLs lt itIs
his entire life in Nelson county HH IUifathtr H Hfathr Is
fath fathtr r spent nix life there also IVlun IVluntho W1m Vlwnthe n flId
the call all to anni arm rent the air in old oldl oldI ol olii Id el
l
I ii
Frenzy Seized Me MeSays MeSays
Says Judge Loving LovingI Lov ng ngUl
Ul I was Wfl rits informed by harry HnrrySnced ffitrrySneed
Sneed on yesterday yestar KY morning morning1Monday morningon morningMonday
Monday on ftY that my daughter dn ghter Liz Lizzie Lizzie ¬
zie had been driven into in to Loving Lovingston Lovingston ¬
ston at night by Theodore Este Esteshe EstClshe
she being b lng in an unconscious con condition conditioJJ ¬
diLlon ditionI
I restrained myself my elf with YUhgrultt YUhgrulttdfftlcult great greatdifficulty gruntdifticulty
difficulty dfftlcult hoping that hiat there theremljfht thereInfgltt theremight
might be some explanation Liz Liaaie Li Liu
aie 4e u wn was sent cnt for but did not notcome notcomc
come sending word wor that she was wassick wassick
sick I did not go after her but butsent butel1t
sent el1t my 1 wife I asked her what whathad whnthad
had happened happenedShe happoneho
She ho said Theodore had taken takenher takunIler
her out onto and when about a mile milefrom JUnefrom utilefrOm
from town gave her a drink and andthat aDdthat
that she knew nothing more moreI moreoar
oar I do tb not umim that Jtnt I became becamecrazy bcc becamecrazy me meurazy
crazy but a sifronay frowsy fre seised ei 4iMI me meevery Jneeer meevery
every eer muscle mUlliole and vein c n in my DI body bodyj bodycalled I Icalled
called j for venceuuco T I sought soughtisis t 4 I I Ihi
hi isis life and Jtd I took it ok it it and all n tile tilepowers tilepowers
powers of lu hell ll could not have havestopped Iaayestopped havestopped tJiCI
stopped me IncVlnIa
In Morris zt Bates a strap CUSPlea
VlnIa 8 1 1I
f fallow low as courageous fIIOMI a er erees
I p lea big o
his hishoulder
rUle on
h his
lion II clung
1Ha b ees IU as a
s bold houlder threw arc a leg rer rerjoUa over his aplriteel
mrO hI end rode 0 to joUa the tbehth theEighth
m oan
He v warn In Inompany
cavalry
Eighth hth Vlnda Vlrtnla Ind
Lee aD and andiajor
Cpaay C ir i under Fltshugn FltshugnWoman
ompany
y bad a more en ening eniable
Woman 24o mast
Major KIOIW FOI 0
I He f partlel partlelaLed Ud
viable v iable record as a soldier par
p
raid at Kenova 5 5 PtI PtIats
tile
pAW aLed in ed
p
T deedS 055 055s
pv or h his
reeaMh
valt v ats
uiutn1moush uiutn1moushlaeted lmov lmovth
fteld of battle he waa uaan uaaneI
th U
s
the oosnpSflY oosnpSflYwith
lieutenant o owkh
ftn1
eI e laeted tec1
with Capt I A A Paul PaulIn en his commaNd commaNdug
ing l ug officer
officerSettled Settled in LovingsUn LovingsUnMorris Lovin LovingatenploriLi tn tnMoc
Morris Moc Estes cea settled in L Lwnh JAriAPtOn JAriAPtOnwith LVIlgtOnwith
with at father after the war a soon eoonIllalfWcI soonmarried
with withI Withoss
married The untoli toR wa was blesSed
I oss chllclren chII4 ei eight ht 0 whom are 1 1TIM lvktt lvkttThe
The living livID ones now sic e Oscar P ElItes ElItesa Esteaorcantile
a mercantile Ule dealer in Danville DaD rille Va VotI VsElissa
Clissa JjI T a hardware har ware dealer in a Dn DaaI Denjk
Ytltc v jk Attee W traveling traIII reprasKntative reprasKntativejt JfPI tatte tatteI
jt jtof
of a St LXMJIS IO 1415315 iII n hardware mw ic u ua firm E Ea Luethf Luethfa
a youth who baa taken TheOdore Theodoresplace TIldOde TIldOdeplace II IIp
place p In the store lItOrei Mrs John P Swan Swanson Swaa8OD Swanon
who mantad mantadthe IIIAIINdlbe marriedhe
beautiful woman wo
son 8OD e on a
the t he brother of Go Claude Swanson S of ofVirginia ofI ofVirgInia
Virginia Vlrnla and Miss MI Mamte MamteLula aM X XI t tLula
Lula I ula Kstes KstesThey Kart KartThey EsteaThey
They all lived In peace pN andh andhand a aand aiaimosy aiaimosynd
and a nd what Is ealksl luxury in Abe ft cone eountr COUDtl conery
tr tl t ry > Sh Sbfri riar rElftes = Estes and bill wi Wt > were werehappy W werehar4my f fhaPlY
happy and contutod eoot lll until last Monday MondayAll
All i their blldren had attained man manwomanhood or orwomanhood J Jwomanhood
womanhood or bordering bonkrl on it All Allwere AUI Allwere
were protperous prOtper and able aN to shift hltt for forthemselves forItbel1llMlH forI
themselves themselvesTheodore I bemselseaTheodore
Itbel1llMlH Itbel1llMlHThfOdo Theodore ThfOdo was known as the shrewd shrewdest ashrewdI shrewdret ¬
est and most enterprising ousmesa OMllne8S man manin ma4In ninen
in i n thi th community and was as th t most be beloVed be beed beWeed
loVed ed of nil the boys His H father had hadutuht hadaught
1 t aught u bt him to be courteous many I1y up upright uprt upI ¬
right and above board in hits hitsand deaJlaKK deaJlaKKpray deiiiegmand I
and at h his mot mothere rtI krfe be Iet learned t tpray ta tapray
pray He attended church regularly re8UlartyAIId regularlyand
and Ittvmjcston was proud p d of him hi hiLoving bikeLoving
Loving Ancestry Old OldJudfe OldJadfe OldJudge
Judge LovteTs ancestry is as oH as aslb I
lb the eternal hUts ve the Town mountains mountainswhich JnOUataldwhlcla > I
which srtrrctmd n Lovmsjston and form forma forana I
formm
a beautiful natural amptaHheater ttheater ttheaterittle Tfca Tfcalittle 1h1little m
little l v vlIap lutge ta named after MR great greatgreatgrandfather
greatgrandfather and nothing notbt notbtver was wasever weeever I
ever < ver been done or said to dishonor the thename thena
theI
name na The Lovtogs Iovta have bav ever eer been beenproud beenproud beesdlgniod I
proud dhrnUifcd dl n i4 wealthy exclusive l ve in intellectnal 10telleetnal Intelloetual
tellectnal but nevertheless Impulsive and andprono ancIpronG antiprone
pronG to 0 act quickly and regret after afterward afterward ¬
ward wardWhile wardWhile
wardb
While b e Judge Jud Loving wa w 0 a stripling striplinghis 1Itrl tntpIin tntpIinhis
his branch of the famous fa anions family fMl1 moved movedto movedto
to Amherst county There ere he received receivedhis receivedhis
ibis his cis classic 4c education and read law lawPracticing lawI lawPracticing
I Practicing his profession prof itfth v1th unbound unbounded vboondI unboundad ¬
ed success he was elected to represent representthe represenithe ent entUae
the county ty in the State Legislature le His Hteconduct Hisconduct Hisconduct
I
conduct la the house of delegates so soImpressed 110l acImuiwessed
Impressed l eMecI the cttisens of the county countythat countythat
I that he wax reelected He has always alwaysfigured alVltyiJIbured I ISgured
figured conspicuously tn politics Many Manyyears Man P Pyears
years ago he returned to Nelson ebIoA counter counterwhere countY countYwIHre countywhere
where he was w elected el < ted county Judge JudgeThree JudseThree JudgeThree
Three years ears ago when the new consti eoalltltutlon consut1t1055
tution of Virgin Virginia was adopted a UM po potlltion pueStlost
rition of county Judge wa Wa abolished abolishedand aboleaDd abolishedand
and Bennet T Qordon a redoubtable redoubtableand redoubtableaad I Islid
and indefatigable Commonwealths at attorney attorney
torney was selected as circuit Judge JudgeSince Judgethat
Since that time Judge Loving LovID has hasmanaged hasmana hai C Cmana
managed mana the beautiful Oak Ridge farm farmabout farmabout farmabout
about two miles from Lovingston Lotn LovingstnnThis ton tonThia
This farm is owned by Thomas F 1
Ryan the millionaire traction t tIon magnate magnateof e eof
of New York It wee IUI purchased from fron S
Harry Sneed brother of Miss Mary Mar r
Sated S ted to whom Judge Loving Lovln was mar married married marnod
ried about twentyfive years ago Her HlrIJlstpr lie r rsister
sister ist r Lula married Oscar Peeble Estes Esteeoldt8t 1 1eldest
eldest brother of the murdered man manAlthough manAlthough
Although tbe farm covers eo an area artAor artAorveral of ofseveral o f fseveral
several veral thousand acres filled with Ith noth
Ing but blood blooded < d stock and deer and an anentire alentire am ii iientire i
entire chain of mountains Judge Loving Lovinimanaged
managed mana ed it with more succeee than any anyone anywho
one who ever had charge c of it t IL and won woi OR I
the undying admiration and a aJIeetton C ctlon of a
the wealthy owner ownerFamily ownerFamily
Family of Four FourOa FourOn
On the farm with the Judge lived hte b bcharmlnf hi a acharming
charming wife tfe Sneed and JEMaabeth JEMaabethLoving Etlrl beth bethLovIDg li liLoving L
Loving his son and daughter claU daughterThe hter hterThe <
The girl is nineteen years old She i is istaM Isa S Sstately
a taM stately blonde with large lar < e strik trlktog striklag
tog blue eyes yes delicately del tely chiseled fea features featerse ft fttures
tures terse and possessed ed of much beauty of offace oriabe a f rfa
face fa and form She was educated in inMiss InMls8 Ii IL ILMiss
Miss Stuarts school In Staunton Va Vaand Vaand Vsand
and is JJ cultured and accomplished accomplishedounr d dyoung 1
young ounr woman oman Miss 118 Lowing is an all aUaround L Laround
around horsewoman Sht drives like an anexpert a a aexpert
expert and few fewwomen women sit on a spirited splrlledhorse ii iihorse I
horse with Uh as much ease en e and comfort comfortas t tas
as she sheMiss sheMisc h4 h4tIles
Miss Loving is said cab to have looked lookedwith IooJeedwith d dwith i
with favor upon Theodore Est E Estg s They The Thetook ytook y
took many JUan trips together t sether and were re gen genorally en encrally I Ieraliy
orally considered as lovers The Judge Judn
thought well of Theodore also Sheriff Sheri
Estes greatly admired Miss Loving and andwas aDdwas an el elghtd a
was glad to see his son seeking kln her hercomptU1 he r rcominosliIp
cocipanionshlp comptU1 onshlp About three years ago 10a eg o oa
a lovers quarrel separated the sweet ewe
hearts and they the were no longer seen see
together togetherEstes togelhrE logetlirEstes
Estes E tes turned his attentions to Miss MIs 1 B
Annie KWd daughter of o the county count y
clerk who resides in a handsome brick bric
house hou e opposite the Lovingston coori coin 5
house ho
Visits Miss Kidd KiddLast KiddLast Kiddet
Last et Sunday Sund y Harry Sneed left Oak OflkRidge Os k ItRidge
Ridge farm to visit a young lady In InLovingaton InLoViIISiitOn I m mLovixigoton n
Lovingaton Miss UB6 Loving went with withhim with111m wit h iihim
him as he wished to call upon Miss MissKidd MtsKIdd Mu S SlOOd
Kidd They The arrived In Lovingston Lovingstonabout LovlnJstonabout in inabout
about noon Miss nH Loving went im ImlIc in 5 5edIately
mediately lIc lately to the home of Miss Us Kidd KiddShortly KlddShortly Kid ml mlShortly i
Shortly after her arrival she complained c mplalneor a 1 1of
of feeling fe Ung uawell Miss Loving rested resteden re6teden rests restsen 4i
en a sofa An hour or two after her berarrival lu lr lrarrival Ir
arrival at the Kidd homestead young your ou ouElltes I IEstes S
Efltes drove up p to the house He in Inqul Ii i 1quIrl
qulrtd qul it Mica bss Annie Kidd was ready to totakE 1 Lutake o
take a drive as a ts < previously arranged arrange mL 1
Miss M iss JCldd CIdd d had b been MA en waiting and nd the two twoleft twolett
left le ft the house heue tmmedtetely 1Mmedlatl y
Atter 4u u hOir ho o or more they return returned returnedto 4 4to
to td t o the house h tiee As Estes was about to todrive todrive torive
drive d rive away a way to tbe stable ble Miss u Kidd Kiddtold KIdcItGId Kiddold
ta told t old htm Miss Loving was indisposed and anda
a drive might mt do her good She 511 request requestell
ell e eo el Este Eu to take the Judges judge daughter daughterout dau hterI
I out o ut for a a drive Somewhat reluctantly
Bstes Est consented In a few moments momentsMiss momenbU momentsISS
Miss M U ISS Loving was by his side and the themare themare
mare m are was trotting down the road They
drove d rove to Oak Ridge farm and adlien an back k
When lien the horse was Anally ft stopped to tofront IntrGnt isront
front f ront of the Kidd residence Miss 3tis Loving Lovtn LovtnMJd
said l aid she liked Ilk til t tw w drive so well she shewould lIhewonhl shewould
would like to t have another spin spinTo
To this young Estes agreed When
they reached the main road known ae
Front F Ft ront street Mite Kit Loving asked him tc tctake t ttake
take t the Cover road and circle round
tg the t he Town mountains Just beyond the th thgap
gap g ap He whipped up his horse and drove drovealong
along a long the read which bleb te thickly settled settledthere 8ettledthere
ty there t being a house at Jaterv intervals of ofJRrd 3W 3Wyards uaards
yards JRrd y ards E Bates te passed his own 0 home hose His
father f was standing ta1lcUa on th tbe front porch pOrcbUng
sb smiling s Ung The Th sheriff i t4ff dotted his b broad
brimmed 1K1 b UDtd back bat and smiled again a as
the t he couple c ctul u t rf eeaed tUWd tUWdTIt s d
This TIt drive was started at i oclock clolk clolkDrivtDg
Driving to the end of the main thor thori thoroouare
ouare u ur ughtsre EIn Eats went up th maintain taba tabaroad
road r as tar se possible i and stane started tc tcreturn
return r
returnComplained
Complained of Being IlL I1LOn IlLOn
On the return trip MISS Levin L Loving com complained comtd
plained td of being ill illEstes HI HIEIIte IllEstee
Estes bad a hacking cough and every everyone yORe everYone ¬
one who knew Mm thought he 1MeoneumptMa h had hadconsumption 4 4consuraptPM
consumption He weighed only 1 1jMNrnds IS ISMMIIIdaI 1pounds
jMNrnds aittl a htekXace hllf hIe 1tAee sc was always color colorless eoaTuben1lJMhl ¬
less b ees Tuberculosis was Kates one fear fearto tearIn fasrbt
to life l Jx > r Strother had preserved preservedwhisky tI tIwhlllky prmeribedwhisky
whisky for him hi Sunday morning be hefilled beaBed
filled a halfpint bottle with whisky w wrnd whiskyrnd wntekyVd
rnd put it In his coat pocket pocketUpon pocketU pockeLUpon
Upon U OR bearing Mtes Loving Lov LovIPe compute computemg
mg t ug he informed her he had some somewbteky 80IDewbiy
whisky Persons who know horsewomen horsewomensayttbey l1onewOlDeDthey
sayttbey any they are not averse a VttIM to taking liquid liquidrefreshments IJqtddretYNbments liquidrefreshments
refreshments when wheathem lassitude overcomes overcomeswas
them them a1 a i M Miso Loving was no excep exception enceptines ¬
tines Miss iU LomI Loving said she believed believedswallow believedswallow
swallow might do her good and Bates
handed her the bottle when wh she be asked
for it itWith ItWith ftWith
With no water to drink after fter tile in ¬
toxicant and sitting still m ill the buggy
for some time Miss Loving was easily 17
and thoroughly affected The Th bottle bottlewhich bottlewhich
which was w brought home by Estes Estesshowed E
showed abow that a mans JIUUI size drink had
been taken from rein It ItAbout It ItAbout ItAbout
About 7 751 oclock they again arrived
at Miss f Mm Kldds KIdd home It was tot ot dark darkand dashand
and andiM Miss Loving hostess saw w that she
wr 1 il Ht > 1 Me 1 te in Hit tinny
Mia Loving < was assisted out of the
buggy b y and walked into the Kidd house
Estes followed to see if he could be of
any service Miss 111I Loving did not ir Ira
prove as time tim wore on and shoruy
after Itei dark it was suggested that a
I
physician by be summoned summonedOaly 8UIIUDOnedaaly umm ned nedOcly
Oaly T TN Ta Mach 1ICk Lwii L Ltes Linsr LinsrEaten c cEstes
Eaten sought lIOt Dr Strother telling him himthat Idmthat himthat
that Mtes Loving Lon was UL As the doctor doctorstarted ratartcd doctorstarted
started for Miss 111I Kfdds home Kstes Kstessaid JCIIte8aaId Esteesaid
said Yon yo wont Had much the matter matterwith mattforwith matterwith
with her Doe except a Ilftle too much JDaehDr
boose booseDr bone boneDr
Dr Strother tzstJe felt the tli young 7Oti ladysputee ladyspulse
pulse po and took her temperature He Heys Bes Resoya
soya ys s that she was w suffering n from the lbeetreeta theeffects
effects of a stimulant and prescribed the theremedies theremedies
remedies given m In CUM of insobriety
Dr Strother declares that MIss Loving Loviwrnor 10 10nor Lovingison
I I nor no one else in the house made ai aicomplaint aaT aaTconaplabat any anycomplaint
complaint of any trouble with the bea beatiful beau beauUCul beautiful
tiful and popular young woman Her H Rirc0ndltIo
t condition c0ndltIo did not indicate that there thereallY was wasany wasIY
any IY other trouble Miss M Loving made madeno me
lItO no 0 complaint to the Kidd family regard regardmated regard1W
Ia lID ii attack I Est Estee or a a amated CO8WD
mated criminal assault ult and no one In
the house had reason for belle beIemc that
neb a crime cr4m had ad been attem attempted
Dr Strother attended Mtes n L Loving for
an hour or more eo and 4 then left the KIdcI idd
house houseTheodore MUHTheoclore houseTheodore
Theodore Estes doom was sealed when
the tlyoutbfui youthful physician quitted the theDr
house houseDr bou8eDr
Dr Strother went to a Mr Lee a
distant relative relad of Miss Loving and L
IcUataat said M Mr Lee there Is something thhJ < die ¬
agreeable bIe I must tell you Ton wont wonttell
want to bear It bat I reel It m7 duty to
tell you ou because b It will cause you or
your relatives to take steps looking to
an improvement of th thDeeter things thingsDacter thingsDoctor
Doctor Started Stecy StecyThe SteryTIM StmyThe
The physician paayal then informed d Mr r Lee
that he had Just WIt b Men en called to to attend
Miss Loving for insobriety He added addedthat I Ithat
that she h was m lit a condition of otcoma semi semicoma seedcoma
coma Just as though b she had been
drugged dnt added the doctor He l4 said saidhe aaidbe I Ibe
be wanted anted to tell Mr r Lee so the latter lattercould lattercould Setteecould
could Inform lal ni the
Judge and prevent a arepetition atitloft s I Irepetition
repetition titloft of the air Mr Lee thankea I
him and am sought t cut Harry Sneed seed uncle uncleof IUIdeof I Ior
of the th girl rI and with itJa whom she eb had hadcome badconae hadcoin
come coin to LovingfftDn LovingfftDnHe LovingttonHe n nHe
He told Mr Saeed Dr Strother m mformed m mformed hiformed
formed him that Miss Loving Lcm was wasdrunk wasdrunk
drunk drugged dru ed and unconscious DCOIUIr w whetbrOught when whenbrought
brought into the vn village at 8 131 oclock oclockEstes oclockEstee
Estes E returned with 1th Miss 1 Loving at 74K aG
but it was not until S3 3 835 = 31 that the doctor ctoctorIlUmmoned doct
watt summoned summonedMr summonedhir
Mr Sneod Sn and Mr r Lee talked d the thematter tMInatler its itsnetter
matter over uv r They speculated IlpeCUat and eon ¬
lectured as to what wh r EaSes object might Hd bt
have been In getting Kettt the girl < full of o t
drink and drugs dr They realised that an ci ciopportunity
opportunity for the commission of crime cri
had been be < n afforded and straightaway stral taway fc be
llevert Uevt > 4 that Miss Loving had been out outraged outra4M1
raged by young Estes EstesMists Est EstXl Estes4iss
Mists Xl 4iss Loving remained remaine in her friends frient
house all night n ht She suffered from the thi thieffects
effects of the whisky blsky until noon the next nex t
day dayOn
On Monday Monday morning bright and early eurl
Harry Saeul went to J Judge Loving tell
I ing him that Mire Elizabeth Loving Lo n bad ha I i
I been taken out on theCove road and ren
dered drunk 011 drugg drugged whiaoky f fupon fortt I
upon her by Estes and that the young
man might have ruined rulnedh4 her > r while blJe blJewas she shewas at j
was In an unconscious tme6 gelou condition eoncJIUonSends conditionSends
Sends for His Daughter DaughterHitch DaughterBitch DaughterHitch
Hitch tip 1 p that fast mare nigger and aadlo an and
do d lo It quick commanded Judge J e Loving LovingHe Le LeHo LovingH
He H then sent a messenger to Miss n Kldds Klddshome lJ dsborne CJddhome
home and ordered Miss M Loving to re return re return raturn
turn home at one o once The Tb young woman oman omanhad is ishad
had not yet t recovered from the effects effectsof effectaor effectof
of the t whisky and sent word to her herfather herfather he hefather
father that she was sick SIckA sIckA
A short time before the fathers sues me3Kge h hsage
sage TheodcJre Theod ra Estes called < at the house houseto hone GUM GUMto S Sto
to take the girl home home and expressed expressedsorrow expr exprsorrow esrmee ii iisorrow
sorrow and surprise when he learned learnedthat ii iithat
that she wag ras a still tlU indisposed ladl IndlspiseeLJudge po edJudge
Judge Loving then sent his wife after afl atte r rthe rthe
the girl On the way to Oak Ridge Ridgefarm e efarm C Cfarm
farm Miss 1111 Loving Lorl told her mother the thewhole thewhole Ui Uiwhole
whole story s10r And the whole story was wasthat we a athat
that Theodore had given her some somewhisky JIOIDewhisky soni e Cwhisky
whisky whtle on the road and she did didnot di dinot
j
not know anything after that until she sheawoke sheawoke eli eliawoke
awoke in Miss Kldds Kidd home homeArrled IweneArrived nome nomeArrived
Arrived at the farm the daughter told toldJudge tokJudre tol d dJtgige
Judge Loving the same story She Shemad 511 511made
made mad no rccusaOon of o criminality criminalityasaJnst criminalitagainst
against Estes E tes and did not lM t say I that he hehad Ii 0 0had
had compelled her against t her will to todrink todrink t 0 0drink
drink the whisky whiskySeizing whisk whiskSelzlnb whiskySeizing
Seizing his double barreled ed gun and andcarefully andcarefully an ancarefully
carefully loading both chambers with withbuckshot withbuckshot wit witd
buckshot sheila Judge Loving Jumped jumpeif d
into his buggy and went in search of ofthe c cthe if
the man he believed had wronged rotIf8 his hisdauahter hi is isdaughter
daughter He drove to Lovingston ami amiinquired alKlInquired an d 4Inquired
inquired of Estes father of the young youn oungmans g gwhereabouts
mans whereabouts Informed that thatThloOdorc the it LITheodore
Theodore was at Oak Ridge unloading unloadln unloadlnn ig gft
a car of fertilizer Judge Loving Lovlnturned Lovlnturnedbls turned turne 4 4his l
his horsE around and drove at a t break breakneck C Cneck
neck speed to the station to look ook for Ic > Ir r
Ws b bth I m victim He H drove about al t tt tn > n mile milethat stieS stieSat UeR UeRtbat
th that at morning with his everread rr ad v death deathdealing dthdea11q dsthaling
de dealing aling gun by I y his side sideInquiries 1IkJeInquiries sideInquiries
Inquiries f for sr Estes EstesDriving EatelDrtvla EsteeDriving
Driving Drtvla into the village of Oak Ridge RidgeJudge RIdgeJudpt Ridgedge
j Ju Judge dge Loving went to McGinnis Hotel Hotelopposite Hoteloppomte Hotelposite
0 opposite op posite the station and asked skd Where Whereid WhereTheodore rJ1ere rJ1ereIII
id ii Theodore Estes EBt Im looking fur furhim torb11D furm furItibt
bj him m
himRight
Right there in that yellow enow box car earreplied carrepllecl carplied
replied re plied McGlnnis M Glnnls as he wauh wathd d the tb in infortated Infarlated inrlated
f fortated fu rlated Jurist carefully lift the tiettvy tiettvygun 1 1pn ltavyun
g gun un from the buggy buggyOver bug bugOvEr buggyOver
Over the railroad track Judge L L1r L1rran Loving Lovingan < > vlrg vlrgran
Tl ran r an cocking both triggers IIn < > n th way IafTwo wayTwo wayTwo
Two colored men w Wen rt lifting IsHin I ii ti ng bam bamof ba baor baef
01 of o f guano out 01 tle car v hii Ests Estsstood Est EstI5tOfd st sttood >
cl stood s tood inside counting CcnJ tlDg and th tehdd tehddth hdinwn < cfcin cfcinthvni
t thvni th t1 wn Il iS s they the w wr nrl r < J4tse aased IIIM < i out lp P tuu 11113ng tzmng
8 ing ng plank iQak Judge Living ruh rmtwd d Wh Whit WhIh White u ube
h be e reaebe4 the open door of the tIi car carStand carand carnd
and a nd dW J oU Eette wldUIC In it b he HhlluttJ HhlluttJStaQd ahuutJStand
Stand aside Ide you oiggerd D1cg ra lv r r8Om I g gometh jt jtsoroethiaie
soroethiaie 8Om s ometh th tc say to this young oung mar marTemfled naiTern ac acTern v v vOther
Temfled Tern and nd shivering the i 1oIk8 1oIk8Jum igeo8umped gv > a aJumped T
f Jumped Jum j umped to tnt ground groun Turning to fae faethe fdeht are arehe
J the t ht Judge EKUU Egu looked down th black blackrrrlj blukOIirrda bILCkanam
OIirrda n > anam rrrlj of the gnu Jn and dnrtly dirtell dirtellth r rhe > r rthe
J
the th t he trigger h he saw cAW a grim vU visaic41 iatl at s anI anIeye anlIty aniyes
Ity f eye e yes that abut h01 forth fire H Hf warf ri rh rhI rtd i ied
ed P d to the spot arid a r bUs tonn ton tongl II > i cIot cIotthe < love lovethe lnCehe
the t he root r of 0 t his mouth l lltlon ior h Could couiautter COlJi Couldtter 1 1utter
I utter u tter a word Judge Loving shout shouty houtJ houtJarcastically 4 4sarcastically
sarcastically sarcasticallyvou s arcasticallyvou y
5 > vou were ont Uwgv y rUin riling WiLt vitiithe WiLthe ltj ltjthe
the t he ladles last night were w re yo yev 7 You Jl Jlnever 11lMlVeI itevergo
never D evergo mo again 1ft hates threw USE ttan IIMntd IIMntdwildl < u uwildly a awildly
wildly wildl tn the air as the jMdg ad advanced Ui Uiassced 1 1UtCed ¬
vanced t closer to him He shouted No NoNo soN o oK
No K Jud Jud t tEaptiM
Emptied Sbstgna SbstgnaJudge SlMtpa1udw SbtgazJudge
Judge Loving never allowrd tile ex exclamation cxlamation x xdaMation ¬
clamation e to he tabbed He psnetaated psnetaatedttee pecttedthe ted tedtile
tile young mans s frantie dmetatmers dmetatmerswith d1aerSwith t7f rs rsw
with two INsadcnms I shots fnss fs the thegun theThe theas
gun g as
gunThe asThe The contents of the ant shell struck struckEstas strutkEstea rutk rutkItaw
Estas in ifttbc the right side tearing tea and andfjrct an anu andm
fjrct m g the Besh from the widst waist to tothe to toUte tohe
the t he neck ck Bleeding and groanlnaj gioan E E4s E4sell ws wsfeU t s sfell
fell f ell to the floor of the car As fee fIl fIlJudge faJudp f fudge
Judge J udge Loving discharged the second secondshelL 1leC0t1 1leC0t18heU aec ° n4 n4shelL
shelL The buckshot struck Betas neck neckand neckand necknd
and a nd slmnsT severed it from r Ms body bodySeveral bud y ySeveral ySeveral
Several of the shot struck the sags IS of oraDd ofguano
guano aDd tM fertBlRr rail dawn t tOak to tooak <
Oak s oak up tile blood of tM y young ma matOther I IOther
Other shot ripped up the side of OK t b 0ar > x xcar ccar
car c ar
carAttracted Attracted by the sounds of the gun gunnum cunnumber gunnumber
num numIts number of personiruelwd ru to the ar arIt a aits
Its It 00 H Hing > use shouted the judge u 1 1q ins
ing i q Ms hand as if to push the thebark m L LIrclt
bark Hes He dead 1 shot to Jem JemThe JdI1 ll llTb
The Tb colored eolo men ee got back Into t I Icar d dPWv 0car
I car Ju as Eaten was dying They PWv at ask wif wifd k kfod
fod d if they couldnt do something somethingMarse lMtIdag f fJiIane fMars
Mars Thedo The TIKOUD young man rai raii raiibla < i
his eyes until bAa gun Dirt theirs ar iifl iifla i igasped Agasped
gasped a feeble Help me closet fIeuehe closethe A Ataken
he uttered the lIMIt wOnt hh nia bead stro stroshe trw t
1 she he floor with a thud aDd a soul 11 ii1 ii1taken d dtaken
taken its flisht flishtJudge ft1 ft1Iudp tIIbtiudgt
Judge Lovmif returned tb t McGinn MeOlmina MeOlminahotel eOhlO eOhlOHot1 iv ivHotel
Hotel with hiS gun on his h sfcouU oultr oultrland r rtn rand
land tn l said eai he had shot Eater for reven revenHe rrenlie en enHe
He asked a that VHS be taker tak < to 3luttPerkins 3lutt 3wtwPerldna usti ustiPericine <
Perkins to give < ball for the sfcsoting sfcsotingHearisf otingHc soting sotingHearing
Hearing Hc riac Bef Beiwe MB PajraeJohn Payne PayBeJobD PayneJO
John JO M Pages PaJ one of Judnv Ju Lov Lovtogs Lo LoIDes LovIgs
togs rriemte arrived from AJmherit AJmheritand Amber Amberand h > t tADd
and served as ball comsslssioner Corn Conimonwealth CornJDOII Conmonweolth
monwealth JDOII t Attorney Whlteheax W1aIte objec objected l led meel ¬
ed to Payne h having say connect eOImecti eOauSctiwith i u uwith
I with the case and asked that the h ha hising a aing T TIla
Ila ing be continued tillued until Judge Gordon Gordonreturned Gord Gordrreturned T Tntned
t returned Payne overruled this motii motiijudge moti motilid niot niotsad
lid proceeded WIth the hearing rip ripud ii iiudge
judge told his story but made no in intimatlon int intimatitn
timatlon t that his daughter UIPner had met wiiii wiiiiviolence wit witviolence ji iL iLat
violence at the hands of Ete EteWould EsteeWould te teWould
Would you shoot boot a aaan for taking takingyour taki kin kinlout n nOUr
your daagtater out and aac1naDkr getting Si Sidrunk ir irdrunk
c1naDkr drunk T asked Common Cweltlt wealth Attorrey AttorneyWhitehead AttorreyWhltelMed AttorreyWbitho
Whitehead WhiteheadI Wbitho
1 aid 114 it It said < the Joftee Jofteewere jap japYeu ri riYtu
Ytu 110 say you lEe eJ dJt t rol rolWfte yotwom
were craaey craaeyattorney asked eci ue eoumamesealt II U III Itil Itilatt it itattiaasy
attorney attorneyI
I was s mint t crazy I shot bat after delhi deliijeratkNi deli1Jeradoia delhieratioft
eratkNi r expended t de e Judge JodgeJustice jadpJnRke JudgeJustice
Justice Payne held the Judge und undss urni3s r rbatL
ss 3s batL bahI which was immediately I + E rllll giv Jr V v vby n nby 1 1by
by residents IMkIe ta of o the village villageEsces rlI rlIEMea villageEstee
Esces body was taken to Oak Ridg RidgTuesday Rkf RkfTueatda RktTuesday
Tuesday Tueatda morning It had laid on tii tiirough tilIOU tirough
rough bier until the floor of the theWU thewas t twae
was saturated with his h hearts heart blooi blooiFriends buy blnoFrIeDdIJ buyFriends
Friends carried It to his home wh whr whrIt whrit r rit
it was gazed upon for the last tIm the5th >
hte relatives and fri trIndAt friends friendsAt nds ndsAt
At the th grave which was Anally hid hidden hidtrona hidden ¬
den from view 4W by flowers Miss K ii iibecame I l lbecame Ibecame
became hysterical wheh the thought thoughtoccurred tbo1lgttOCCurre thoughtoccurred
occurred to her that she he had precip r ¬
hated tbe tragedy by asking Estes TJ TJtake t ttak tmtake
take tak Miss Loving for a drive driveThe drlyThe driveThe
The Estes family Is bowed under u tho thoweljh thowelbt theweight
weight t of sorrow and sadness None Non Nonethem of ofthem I II
them are belligerent but their fricniU fricniUare trifndare frienlare
are inclined to be demonstrative toward towardJudge to towarlJudge arl arlJudK
I Judge Loving LovingThe LovingTh4C LovingThe
The trial of Judge Loving will pro proably ftNbl proh prohably
ably bl tak take place in May Ma in the court courthouse tourthouse
house where be presided for so many manyyears manyyears manryears
years yearsIILLIONIES yearsMILLIONAIRES yearsM1WA1REbS
MILLIONAIRES WIOOV WIOOVELOPES wlnowELOPES IBO IBOftOPES
ELOPES m 1T SKATER SKATERPITTSBURG 8ATERPITTSBURG
PITTSBURG April 27 ZFaahlonibie ZFaahlonibiePittaburg Fashionable FashionablePittsburg Yaahlont ble blePittabul
Pittsburg society was intensely 8urpril 8urprili surprt 1 1i 1today
i i i today when it became known that Mrs MrsIda Mr MrI MrsIda
Ida Walnwright widow of Edwin l IVaiu IVaiuwright Waitmwright WailtTIght
I wright late millionaire brewer of tiis tiiscity tJiiI Li is iscity
city had etopM eio to New York with th Wi Wi1anl W Wlftrd Vf Vfbund
I bund Hay Bratton a professional skitS skitSamid t tIUMI r
and Instructor of skating at l l Luquesr LuquesrThey > uqursr uqur r rI i ij
j I Garden ° ° ° They went to New York list lasCi la lai listFriday
i j i i Friday Mopping at the WaldorfAstoria WaldorfAstoriai
1 J On Saturday morning they were mar mars marited ¬
i i ried 1tr sy the Rev Dr Charles Sdwurl SdwurlLocke Bd dwurI dwurILocke i lrll lrllI
i I Locke Lock at his home 11 HanqM H place plaPBrookIYII pIac pIacBrooklyn
Brooklyn At present they th y are In Nor Norfolk Norfolk m mfolk ¬
folk Va attending attendln the opening o of tho thoexposition thoexposttlon th thexposition
exposition expositionBABBITT exposttlonBABBITT S SBABBITT
j BABBITT SELLS BELMONT BELMONTTO BELMONTTO
TO TODr ALEXANDRIAN ALEXANDRIANDr
Dr Zehos Ze OCl B Babbitt of New Yni Torwho Yniwho Yniwho
who recently reeeatl purchased the tract t knm knmas knn knnS1moat knuicas
as Belmont located on the line of ofGeorgetown ofG ofGeorgetown
Georgetown G etown and Tenleytewn Kle Kleroad EJftj EJftjroad gleiroad
road opposite the pretty sstttsmeut sstttsmeutFriendship miettimnetitFriendship nt ntFrtenclaablp <
Friendship Heights H bw has as by deed i icorded 1corded Icorded
corded today at Roekvttte Roek Ie Md trail traiferred trailferred tratferred
ferred the property to E J J Jfevitt JfevittAlexandria NlttxaIMtria NevlttAlexandria
Alexandria xaIMtria Va The estMMecation cs4aatknisot j jnot JDOt
not given but te understood to h a agood aGOd a agood
good advance on th the price paid by IT ITBabbitt I Imrwhich Jr JrBabbitt
Babbitt which was ltfli The tnt tntcontaina I rm t tcontains
contains thirtyone acres cIMRUTHERFORD acreaRUTHERFORD
RUTHERFORD PALLBEARERS PALLBEARERSALL PALLBEARERSALL PALLBEARERSALL
ALL FAMOUS OFFICERS OFFICERSThe
The pallbearers from the commanlor commanlorof rommanIof
of the District trIet of o Columbia of i f tho th > Mil Miltary Mill Milltary 1i1 1i1tar
tary tar Order of o the Loyal Legion at tho thofuneral thofuneral t ho hofuneral
funeral yesterday e of Brevet Lieut LieutRobert r rRobert CI CIRobert >
Robert G Rutherford were Major W P PHuxford PHuxford PHuxford
Huxford U S A A recorder Major U UA HYo ISW
W Yo Tyler iT S 5 A Medical fOdkal rlir iirotor tor torA 1 1A
A A Hoebling U S N K Brig Bri I ifl in 11 Cham Chamers Chamhers
hers ers McKibbin I 1 S A o < > J T TKibklnan 1 1KLDkman
Kikman U S A Lieut Ilt > ut c I IFuger rrroericK Yrat > ritt rittFuger
Fuger IT 1 S A Aotlnp AIUn Mu er 4 F P J ISands lSands
Sands late t S N Uriu Hr itri Jn n W r I IRo 1Rogers
Rogers Ro er R K Tvlor T lT and an Brig Gin 1 1S F FS 1S
S Dodge l S A tf f ilu t hlIIl1n 1 ojiiinumdery muuiader muuiaderof Bdery Bderyof
of the State Stat of New It > w Y yrk rk
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