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I I Fairtonht Fair cloudy c10u tonight ly and warmer warmer Thursday Thursdaycloudy varmerNUMBER < < C fir M ii Kf a htr htrt t + u g to v U < Er + U e Hi V L LAST ii sr T EDITION EDITIONNUMBER r D AT i ATi ATI
Accuses Wheeling Jeweler of Wronging Her and andIhen andThen andThen
Then Making Her Presents of ofTrinkets ofrinket ofTrinkets
< Trinkets rinket and a L Money r <
WmiEELl G W Y Va n May 22Tretty 22 22Pretty 22Pretty
Pretty Bcssiu Criawcll Cr ln ell Burton the thediamond thediamond thediamond
diamond queen on trial on a charge chargeof chargeof chargeof
of feloniously obtaining 2100 2100worth 2100 2100vorth 2100orth
worth orth of diamonds dia on s told the jury jurythat jury1hnt jurythat
that her accuser aceusar Jeweler II IL E llill Iii11man llillonan llillman
Stanford StanfordWhite StanfordWItitc ord ordhite
man was a Vest Virginia Stan
White hite alleging that lIe treated her herinuclt hermuch bcrmuch
much the way Evelyn Neabit said saidthc widhc saidt
thc t + hc had been treated treatedminus minus the thedrugged thedrugged thedrugged
drugged WQ wfuq 4uq feature featureShe foatureShc featuret
t She swore swore that i Hillman illman sought soughtlicr soughtllr soughther
her llr ac acquaintance uaintancb in 1901 when she shevas shevas shetvas
tvas vas a clerk at a millinery millincr goods goodsetore goodsstore goodsstore
store and enticed her awayMtcr awayMtcrward away arn At Alter Alterward tcr tcrvvard
ward the girl confessed she was a afrequent nfrlquent afrequent
frequent caller at Hillmans rooms roomsand roomsnnd roomsand
and that he of oftl1 oft ton t mudc her presonts presontsof
of jewelry und loans oans of money monejExplaining monc moncExplaining moneyExplaining
Explaining how she came in possesslon pos possession posfl8ston ¬
session of the 9 9diamonds diamonds she is ac accused accused ¬
cused of o stealing stc81i g the girl said saidKILLED saidLYNCHD saidI
Assaulton ssau ltoi 1 Georgia Widow WidowProvokes WidovProvokes
Provokes Pitched Battle BattleOne Battle BattleOne
REIDSVILLE Ga G May 2To Txvone TxvoneKroes ne negroes n nJroes
Kroes lynched three other parson dead deadend daI deadInd
end I nd six others Injured is the result of ofa ota ofa
a pitched battle here following an ss ssbault i ibault 6 6bault
bault made on Mrs lIr Laura Moore a awidow awidow awidow
widow living about six miles mU from here hereby herey herehey
by y a negro negroAbout nebtoAbout negroAbout
About fifteen citizens surrounded thehouee the thehouse tbc110uee
house When the posse advanced to towithin towithin towithin
within thirty feet of the houso Padgett Padgettnnu Padguttnnl Padgtsttand
and the other negro men opened firelnatantkv fire fireinstantlY Ireinstantly
instantly killing John Hare and serious seriously serIously seriously ¬
ly wounding Bartow artod Preston Pce < < > ton also alsoEhooting 31110rhooting alsoshooting
shooting James Daniels eye CO out and andwounding al1l1wounding ande
wounding him In the shoulder and arm armUr annDr armDr
Dr J J L Kennedy Kenncd county count commis commissioner clmmlsrlonfr commistloner ¬
sioner also received a wound woundThe woundThe ound oundThe
The fire was returned by b members of ofthe otthe ofthe
the posse pos e killing Sim Padgott and one onecf onec onecf
cf c his girls about ton years old andwounding and andwounding andWounding
wounding two other girls about six Ix aad aadthirteen aadthirteen andthirteen
thirteen years old also Iso shooting one of ofPadgetts ofPadetts ofPadgetts
Padgetts boys aged twenty through throughthe throughthe throughthe
the lungs and one ag aged d twontytwo twontytwothrough twontytwthrough twentytwothrough >
through the hip hipBy hipBy hipBy
By 10 oclock there were weIe fiOO 00 armed armedmen armedJnen arm armmen ed
men on the scone A searching S 8rohlng party partycaptured part partcaptured partscaptured
captured and took a negro before Mrs MrsMoore MrsIoore MrsMoore
Moore Ioore but she failed a1led to Identify himDr him himT himIr
T Ir > r J J L Kennedy Konned Identified him as tho thonegro thoJI th thnegro a
negro JI gro whom he saw saw shoot Hare and andlynching andhnchlng an anl d
lynching l nching looked the inevitable for forwhile a awhile awhile
whilePadgotts while whilePadgetts whilePadgotts
Padgotts wife Ite and son were oro started startedfor startedfor start startfor ed i
for Reldsville Jail On the way the of officers offleers ofricers ¬
ricers wore overtaken by b about seventy sevontyilve sevent seventl1ve seventyfive
five men and the prisoners prl onors were do demanded domanded domanded ¬
manded The woman was told to run runlets runand runand
and as the he did was rIddled with 11hbul 11hbulJets but butlets
lets Her son was shot to pieces in the thepublic thcubllc thi thipublic e
public ubllc roadThe road roadTho roadTho
Tho negro who outraged Mrs Moore Moorehas Moor Moorhas 0010 0010bas o
has not been caught caughtMRS caughtMRS caughtMRS
PORTSMOUTH Va May 22Mrs 22MrsLilly Mr MrIAIly Urs UrsLilh
Lilly Leigh Morgan Is granted an abso absolute absolute absolute ¬
lute divorce from her husband Goof Geoffrey GeorfrE Gooffret ¬ >
frey frE Morgan the son of an English Englishnobleman Englishnobloman Enghsnobleman h
nobleman who ho refused to recognlzu recognlzuhim recognlztlhim reeognlxhim e
him because he married an American Americangirl AmericAnlr1 AmerlcAgirl n
girl lr1 Young Morgan deserted his fam family tamIly ¬
ily 11 some years ago it is alleged and dnd re returned returned returned ¬
turned to EnglandTHE England EnglandTHE EnglandTHE
Cool 001 weather continues over the east eastern eastpm eastern ¬
ern half of the country countr and there was wasmore wasmore wa S Sinure
more frost In the upper Ohio valla valley Y
the lower lake re region lon the interior of ofthe oCthl o othe
the thl middle Atlantic States Stat and th thmnuntain the thomountain therryountaln o
mountain rryountaln districts of Maryland and th the e i
VJrglnlas Jrglnlu In the West Vc t temperatures temperaturesrre t mpcraturosrore 1
rre r re a little above the seasonal average averageand e
and pressure Is low with unsettled unsettledweather unsettledweather unsettle unsettleweather d
weather local showers having occurred oecurre d 1
In the central Rocky mountain region regionn
the Missouri Mlseo uri and upper Mississippi llIssfs lppl va val n ¬
leys and the western and northern up ¬
per lake region regionShowers
Showers are probable tonight and an d
Thursday In the upper Ohio valley and an d 1
lower lake region and on Thursday Thursda Thursdaor Y
or Thursday Thursd night in the middle ml dtlle A At t
Inntlc States In the South the weather weatherwill weathewill cather catheri tr r
will i oe partly cloudy Temperatures will wl 11
Steamers Steamewill departing rang today for Bur Euro E ro o > ¬
pean 1 N > 8n n ports will have light to D fresh wes Wo °
trly t rly winds becoming variable with lth fair talrlVeather fat r
weather to the Grand BankSUN BankllSUN Bank BanksSUN
Kim un sets today toda 700 700Bun t2 2
Bun un rises ris tomorrow tomQrr w 4TIDE 4 40 5 5TIDE 0
Night Iht water watorto today ay ittiSn a3Sp m m mtr >
Low water today 9 Sa m
High water tomorrow 483 4 i n p m r
Low 10 water atar tomorrow tomlrrowlOM 1054 OTO nml1 amlioff 3105 pm pmHARPERS pnHARPLRS m mHARPERS
Potomac and Shenandoah Shenandoah both both clear
UHIUman Hillman told tol me I was such a protty prettylittle prottyJlute prottylittle
little girl With i ith + such dimpled dim plop hands Iengirt I Iought 1ought
ought to get a man to buy diamonds for forme forme or orme
me I answered a fiwored Whats the matter with withyou wllhou withyou
you ou You have plenty of diamonds diamondsThen diamondsThen to toI
Then she said Hillman let her have havei havebem havethem
hem i The girl testified that her mar marriage marriage marsstage ¬
riage was an unhappy one oneHillman onoHfUm oneHillman
Hillman HfUm Hillman n denied completely the girls girlsstory girlsstory lrls lrlsUlat
story that ho IO had had intimate relations relationswith relationswith relationswith
with herHe her herHe IerHe
He Jissartsfl ss rtttd Chat he sold her the ala diamond alai diarnonds ¬
i mond IJ ond Upon her representations relleSeata lons that thatsli thtsh thatsh4
sli sh4 had a bank account and real es estate esitate es
itate tate to tocover cover the amountLieutenant amount amountLieutenant amountLleutonant
Lieutenant Khret testified that when whenthe whonthe whoalice
the girl was arrested she told him Hlll Hlllriian 1lil1nnn Hlllnan
riian was 8S easy caS and she could have got ot
10000 worth out of Him About 300orth 100worth 300 300worth
worth orth of the jewelry has been recov recovired recovIsr
ired Isr dTbo The girl made a statement aCtor attarhaving afturhaving aCtorJ1avln
having J1avln been brought here that the theNew theNe theNew
New Ne York detectives were ere real nice nicemen nicemen
men who took her to theaters UIt rs and andsupper andsu andsupper
supper su ver oven evening while she was a aprlsonerln aprisoner
prisoner prlsonerln In the Tombs Today Bessie BassleIs Bessies osille osilleIs
Is i s bravely withstanding a grilling exami examination examlnatfon examination ¬
nation natfonVYHEAT nationIWHAT
CHICAGO May 2 2Amld Amid the wildest wildestscene wlkletsceae wildestscene
scene yet et presented pre cnted on the ChicagoBoard Chicago ChicagoBoard ChicagoBoard
Board of Trade December D mber wheat at itspening its itsopening ItsopeninG
opening o tills morning took the bigg biggest blggostjump biggestjump oat oatJump
Jump in the present campaign It Itsoared Its Itoared
soared s arod M4 cents over 0fM the Jl 1 mark at attho attho atthe
tho very opening opnlns ef the thetIt thetItThe plfe plfeThe plcThe
The panic in the pit was almost terri terrifying tat tatying M Mlying ¬
lying l to witness wltn The buying orders ordersfrom ordersfrom ordersfrom
from all ever vPr the country were tre pouring pourln t
in by b the tJl thousands and the prices of ofwheat of1Xheat ofwheat
wheat for July and September as well wellas W wellas l1 l1AS
as for December kept u ept Pt above abov the 51 51mark 1 1mark 1mark
mark No May wheat was as sold soldIT soldSAYS soldSAYS
Fritter So Testifies Before BeforeCommeJce BeforeCommelce BeforCommerce e
Commerce Commission Commis Commisi C ntmis ntmissian
i sion Today TodayRailroad TodayRailroad TodayRailroad
Railroad Men Endeavor EndeavorTo EndeavorTo r
To Justify TheirSchedules Their TheirSchedules TheirSchedules
Schedules SchedulesThe
The fight of the National Petroleum J PetroleumAssociation > etroleumAssociatIon
Association and the independent of oil oilcompanies oUcompanlos 1
companies in general against the al alleged alleged alleged ¬
leged discriminating adjustment of rail tallroad railroad railroad ¬
road rates in favor of the Standard 01 01Company Oil OilCompany 011Company 1
Company was continued before the In Interstate Interstate ¬
terstate Commerce Commission todayThe today todayThe toda todaI
I The railroad men are making a deter determined detormlnQ ¬
mined mlnQ effort to justify jusUt their present presentcharges prescntchargos presen presencharges t
charges and at limes the examination examinationo n
o fwitneses has developed conslderablaspiity considerable considerableaspHt e
asprity asprityThe aspHt aspHtThe aspiityThe
The principal witness this forenoonwas forenoon forenoonwas n
was Frank E Fitter Fi1tt r secretary of the theNational th S SNational
National Refining Company C mplln who testi testified ¬
fied that the general scheme of rates rateswas rateswas rate ratewas
was suoh as to give the Standard ad advantage 4dvantage advantage
Are Ar Rates Unreasonable UnreasonableHe
He was especially pressed by the rail railroad rollroad ¬
road lawyers for a statement as to towhether towhethor t twhether o
whether rates now in force are per H Hunreasonable a aunrsoasonable
unrsoasonable and he replied r pHed to tlti this thisthat S Sthat
that rates rates rate are put In and taken out outwith outwith ou ouwith
with such frequency requenc that it is impossi lmposslblo ImpossIble
bio for the independents to take advan advantage advantage advantage ¬
tage of them and adjust their business businessto businesto s
to one set of conditions before new con conditions conditions cosdittona i ¬
ditions are imposed imposedMr ImposedMr
Mr Fritter also wont at length into intothe Intothe int o
the question of the reasonableness of ofrates 1
rates to the West est and North Northwest west from fro rom romChlc r rChicago m n
Chicago Chlc go and Eastern polhts He insisted d
that the t ta rate of 27 l cents from Chicago Chico o Q
to Missouri river points north of Kansas Iens as s
City City nas as unreasonably high both in incomparison Incomparl8IJn I Icomparison u
comparison to the lower rate to Kansas lien ansas sas
City und undin in comparison to the rates sass o oother on onother onother
other products to Missouri river points s
Thus he said acids linseed oil glucose glucoseand e
and various other liquid articles a are re e
hauled at much lower rates than petro ¬
leum products productsBurlington productsBurlington
Burlington Manager Explains ExplainsGeorge Explai s sGeorge
George H Crosby freight traffic man manager manaser marager
ager for tho Burlington replied to th this thistestimony thisteEUmony is 3
testimony by taking tho stand and ex explaining
plaining in vraious ways wa s the apparent apparentdiscrimination apparentdlscrimllUiUon appeao appeaodiscrimination nt t 1
discrimination against oil Ho said the thelow thelow t ttofu ho
low rate rnt was necessary at Kansas l nnlas City Citybocauso Cit
because Indian Territory oil comes to tothat 0
that city In pipe lines linesvestlgation linesesU linesvestigatlon
vestlgation esU aUon in h its tariff department departmentdetermine to todetermine todetermine
determine whether w eter the pipe line compa companies companlos comp compidos a i ¬
nies have complied with the rate law by >
filing tariffs Jt Hs is explained that there therehas therehas the bs
has been no corhplaint on this thistscore tscore tscoreany score scoreI seer seerand
and apparently n j Is doubtful whether whetheran whelp er ir
any an traffic desires to move by the pi piline pipe pipeline pipetine pe e
I line rout rou rout but the t e commission comml lon never neverthelecs noverth novathelesswants
thelecs th thelesswants les wants ants theflaw the aW complied with in Inthis n
this respect
Receivers Rec ivers Named for the theStandard theStandard theStandard
Standard Title and andTrust andTrust andTrust
Trust Phila Philadelphia Philadelphia P n ila iladelphia
delphia delphiaHad delphiaHad delphiaHad
Had Gorgeous G rgeous Offices OfficesImpressing OJficesI OJficesImpressing OfficesImpressing I
Impressing Investors InvestorsBut InvestorsBut InvestorsBut
PT PHILAD1BLPHIA TL U LPHL1 May MTwo 2 Two Two re recolQnI recolvora
colvora base eV RVC been appointed aJ pOluted for the theStandard theStandard
Standard Till TRIP and Trust Company Com pan at at7I3
713 7 13 Chestnut Chinut street The court acted actedupon actedupon actedupon
upon oemplalnt o mplnlat of stockholders who whodeclare wbodeclare whodeclare
declare that thoy were defrauded It is issaid IssaId 1rsaid
said criminal proceedings will followYore follow followMore followlrore
More than SlOOfcOOO it Is said has beenobtained been beenobtained beenobtaIned
obtained from the sale Ie of stock in Chi Chicago Chlcao Chiago ¬
cago c ago Philadelphia Phn de1phla New York andsmall and andemail and6111al1
email towns Bast and West VeIIt Chicago Chicagoalone ChIea ChIeaalont ChlcaSoalone
alone yielded i Jlwe0 110000 > QUO New York VSfijm VSfijmand 3 50 50and bYOO bYOOnti
and a nti Philadelphia Phnde1phIaUII UMM UONThere UMMThere I IThere
There has been a mystery Jnyatel About bout the theStandard theStawIard theStanllanl
Standard Ttitle and Trust Company for forweeks torwoek8 fort4eeks
weeks Its officers are all antoC outoCtewn outoCtewnmen outo UOa Wft Wftmen n nIrian
men men The list fat of officer of the eMI eampany eMIpan dttrpanY
pany pan shown hewn en tin stationery aoaUia aoaUianamos COII ootrtatlesnames Ba Banamos
namos which h hav have ve been used without withouteven wttllOtlCen wlth0utseen
even en the knowledge or consent coi Ieat of tile tlwowners tileJter5 U Uowners
owners Jter5 This is the case with at t le JIt lrs + tt ttens t tooe J Jet
ooe of the directors The list to > a as ufAII1 ufAII1IDW fiot fiotiBWSt 11oi1sw
Prohibitionist Politician PoliticianPreeWent PoliticianPreat PoliticianPrttslden4
PreeWent S K For Font of C ChiOMes ChiOMesflrst CMea CNgplofirst o ofirst
first lice president H Coha of 5f 24S 24SYork Ii Iiyor w wYork
York yor second vice president B 11 A Ba Banero gap Haffner gapnor
nor nero of Cinchinati treasure t n H Rio b f Ao Aoplnwall Aspinwall A ApIAAIt
plnwall of Freeport III IIIOne IIIOtto
One of o the director ie i Homer L I + SJea SJeatie O Otle Ca Catie
tie of Plttabtirg prohibition candM eaadWate eaadWatetor caaedldatefor i ifor
for governor of o Penneylvanl te the fact factcampaign Ia8tcampaign lastcampaign
campaign Ho te I also aJ o the comjHutys comjHutyscounsel COIftpIUIyseoun txttnpaayatoY11eB1
counsel counselThe eoun toY11eB1The l lThe
The company compan made iU debut on Feb February 7ebruar February ¬
ruary ruar f when the city was riooded withclrculanr with wttkcirculars withclrculftlll
circulars clrculanr saying a7J we Ve have purchased purchasedthe pureblutedthe ptrt chaasd chaasdthe
the exquisite xqul Ue banking house at t 71 7U
Chestnut Ch tnut street and have a capital aDd andsurplus aDd8urplu8 n4 n4surplus
surplus of JlSSOOtO Ioro of which El ijm 1 > a09Ot1 M J Jpaid te tepaid d dpaid
paid in The par > vaJu value of the stock tock la
Eta 23 3 and it has been sold old kl to toat avbecrlbera avbecrlberaat
at 5 STS 7i
Rent Rent Was Not Paid PaidOn PaidI1tJta Paidon
On on I1tJta Jtltft slams kxi llttlia 4htt UM eiempaay aempttinr J Jcbazgo tank tankchange twkckatgo
change of lips 1111 Laltding l MUdle IWI e at t 7 Iii Chestnut Chestnutstreet Che Chee tut tutatre ut
street 8 atre trtltt t an aDd and < I began be an to soflctL 8OIlet1sAnding iji a asRoding
s sAnding out through the mail all its itsliterature ItaUterature itsliterature
literature covering the whole country countryapparently countrypparontl
apparently pparontl First it was AS announced IUlnounce4that announcedthat announcedthat
that the company would open for busi business 1 1ne liusis ¬
ne ness ness s on March areh 1 Then the opening was waspostponed waspostponed waspostponed
postponed to April 11 and When M ea May i ipasaed 1pasnd Ipassed
passed and there was WII still no oomntui company
in evidence eVlde ee the th owner 011 < < ot the building
began to get anxious There wn was then
7100 100 due in rentFinally rent rentFinally
Finally the uncertainty Brew to suck suckan suckan suckan
an extent that action was taken At ¬
torneys Furth and Singer representing
Lawrence W V Fauee a 8toekholdr toekIaoI and
James C Kirk one cf f the directorswent directors directorswent dtrectocswentberoro
went wentberoro before Judge AgiU in Common
Pleas Court OU1t X 10 1 and filed aflldavlta
that their subscriptions to stock of the thecompany thecoJMl theoompattY
company coJMl Y were obtained by b fals false and
fraudulent representat10ft repres ntatioa made by theconcern the theconcern theconeern
concern last February Februr that it had hR nW 600000 600000capital WJrocapital 400008capital
capital and 100000e assets as eblwberMa whereas It
did did not have and has not today to a1 assets 8HtaCocoedJng seU seUexceeding
exceeding 500003udge 50000 50000Judge I IJudge
Judge Aglll granted anted their thai petition for forreceivers forrecehors forrecelvors
receivers and appointed Israel Hecht Hcchtand Hechtand Hechtand
and Carrol B Wilson WilsonIt WU NilsonIt on onIt
It was discovered that one of the
methods of the thecompaDY company to secure money moneytions
was to offer men In re responsible pon lble post
tions e ettolent 6ent Jent offices in the
1 if f they suhserlped subscribed ftutJ trl ed to the stock Many 18J
indeed the State banking comnilesioncns eomml lonoIls
agents said accepted these terms termsBank termsBank termsBank
Bank Clerk Duped DupedOne DupedOno
One cashier in a Blucfldd W Va Vanational vanatlonnt Vanational
national bank gave up a lucrative pos ¬
lion and subscribed 8uD crJbed far iWO of the thestock thestock thestock
stock in the company He is s here still
but has been unable to find any an one at
the bank excepting the janitor and the
State banking commissioners deputies
A clerk in a Camden trust company companymortgaged companymortgaged
mortgaged his 11Es house to buy stock con coq ¬
ditional upon securing a good position positionTherc positionThere
There are said to be many such In Instanco Inslanco instances
stances One Philadelphia director it I is s
declared gave his noto for 00000 to t o so
take up part of the capital stock Moat Moatof 1Iostof Mostof t
of the stock was apparently sold through h
financial agents in New Ne York The ro
celpts for the certificates sold bear the th e
names of Ford Hunter Aspinwall and d
Maseingor MaseingorEmanucl 1IaaelngorEmanuel
Emanuel Furtht Furth attorney t for the stock stocksufficient S Sholders
holders and the b sank nk says that he bas bassuCUclcnt ha r rsufflelcnt
sufficient evidence to secure eriminaconvictions criminal j
convictions against certain men bar back k
of the concern concernIt concernIt concernIt
It looks like a preconcerted fraud fraudsald fraudsaid
said Mr Furth hAll AH the money the thewas that thatwas thatwas t
was paid In seemed to flow out of o the thecoffers thecolTers e
coffers of the bank through some mys mS
torlou channel Whether bother thgt th t chance ohannelwus
was a n legal one or otherwl i Is what whatwe who t
we will HI have to find out
All persons who went to the bank to t8subsorlbo t e
subscribe to the stock wore impressed impraas
by byte the riclr ter appearance of the banks banksnew bank s
new office officeTWO otnceTWO
BUFFALO N Y May 28 22LWiliia 22LWiliiaCannon iL LVilliam LVilliamCannon ynUam ynUamCannon m
Cannon United Unlte < 1StateJ States Secret Service Serviceagent Sarlceagent Sorvic Sorvicagent e
agent in chargo of this district has ar arrested
rested Fells Felt Dzicraonowska Dzi raonowslta and ht htwife his hiswife hl8wltc s
wife Johanna They are charged with tuft h I
manufacturing and passing V I l counterfeit counterfeitnlckel ht t
niokelt and dimes dimesBOY
BUFFALO N Y May 22 22Edwaro 22Edwarolc 2EdwailcCaithy Edward EdwardMcCarthy rd
McCarthy lc arth eight years ears old while riding rldnGon rldin t
on a larjjo Iaro lat o carting wagon Wagon belonging to tolIostberser t S
Mostberger Bros was as jolted from the th e
high seat of the vehicle and falling faUln be beneath
neath the front wheels was instantly instanll Y
Mrs ld n s + Gould Scores Point PointIIqwley oint ointHawley
Hawley Makes Confess Confession ConfessionOpera Qn QnOpera
Opera Star Is slmpl mplicatea cafea
I i
TO MRS 1 1Detective GOULD GOULDDetective GOULDOetectiv GOUL s
Detective Peabody P abody Trap Trapped TrtJpped Tr a3 a3Ped ¬
ped Regarding Baldmore Bald Baltlmore BattfJ Battfmore
more Junket JunketSEVF JunketW
SEVF > TlS > W tiSti TOKK YORK May Ms 22 221riUInml 211iLllam 211iLllamC WiUIam WiUIamC
C Wood intomnu intornntionally nnUJ hne Juunvu vii as asBig a5j a5jBIg asBig
Big Bill Ifawlcy has confosset confossethis confosse l lhis
his 115 connection with the efforts effortswhich ol effortswhich orls orlsrhleh
which have liuvcbecu been made Dlad made to blackenthe blacken hluckontho bluckonthe
the character of Mrs Howard HowardGould HowardGould
Gould GouldThrough GouldTJlrougb GouldThrough
Through his confession it is expected ex expected ¬ i iI
pected that the grand jury will willtoday willtoday I I Itoday
today come into possession of suf sufficient surficicnt sufficient ¬
ficient evidence to warrant the in indictment indJctmcnt indletment ¬
dictment and arrest of several very veryprominent TCryromlnont veryprominent
prominent romlnont persons personsBig personsBig personsBig
Big Bill Hawley who 110 is avoiding avoidingany Roidingan avoidingany
an any unpleasant un1 > letulnnt court proceedings in inthis inthis inthis
this State by remaining in seelusion seclu seclusion sceInsion ¬
sion in New Jersey liltS confessed con essed to toDeputy toDcputJ toDeputy
Deputy Police Commissioner Han Hanson IIanson lianson ¬
son that Police Inspector In pecto McLaugh McLaughlin McL McLauglttin h hlin
lin then in charge of the Central Centraloffice CeRmoffice Centraloffice
office detective bureau burcaul1d hadforccd hadforccdhim hud forced forcedhim i ihim
him into int thtik th that office of f Do Lancey LanceyNicoll LlU1ce LaneyNicoll p pNicoU
Nicoll counsel course for Howard Could Couldin Gouldin
in his efforts to divorce Sirs Gould Gouldand 001l1dan
and an that while there Nicoll snapped snappedhis Snaplodhis
his fingers under undC1ll his nose and said saidto sKidto
to him himYou himY
You Y ou have save been taking mono monofrom monefrom ntonefrom
from Mrs ra Gould for eleven years oors oorsYou
You know you on have Now I want Avantyou wantyou
you to tell me why kilt she Sh gonvc gave you youmoney youmoney 01 01mone
money mone Private detectives have havefailed havofailed
failed to get you OU to come here and andnow andnow
now I haul 1R ordered ordered the city detec detectives detectives ¬
tives to arre arrest t you ou ouConfession
Confession in Suit SuitThat SuitThat SuitThat
That Hawley Hawl then entered th the employ employof emplOYof
of Gould and Metcalf for th the purpose purposeof purposeot purposof e
of obtaining evidence against a aJn t Mrs MrsGould Mrsis tIcsGould s
Gould is confess conre confessed ed by him in suit fer ferSO fo r
30000 SO OO against ga1n t them em for services ren rendered rendered rendared ¬
dered and for breach each of conduct conductfollowing cGftductl1Iowlng
E following flowing these statements sta1nHO admis adntissions admissions
sions a and ia confessions of the notorious notoriouscrook nolorlouscrook notorloucrook
crook Big BIl Bill Hawley Police Com Commissioner CommIssioner ¬
missioner Bisgnarn Blng i m announced that be behas behas h
has sent out subpoenas for the appear appearance appearnnco appearof ¬
ance nnco of Howard Gould and Mrs How Howard Howard ¬
ard ard Gould to totestify testify at his Inquiry lnqull into intothe jntothe intothe o
the belief that the polico depRrtment depRrtmenthad departmenhad lepartmentbad t
had been used as a private agoney agone with witha witha
a n powerful club to obtain evidencebehalf evidence in inthe Inth6 n
the behalf of Howard Gould ouId in his con contemplated contomplatoa ¬
templated divorce lvoroe action against his hiswife hiswile lrl lrlwife s
wife wifeAs wileAs
As yet Yet ctCo1 Col William F Cody Buf Buffalo ¬
falo fate Bill has not been subpoenaed subpoenaeda as asa
a witness but it Itis t is 1s understood that he hewill hewIU h
will testify in n the tho ponce iavostigatipwhen Investigation Investigationwhen InyostisnUonwhen n
when the time comes comesContinued comesConUnued comesContinued
Continued oo t > I iPage page
GEN G THEODORE A BINGHAM INILUICommi8lioncr wr wrCommissioner
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Commissioner ef f Police ia 111 Heir few TookCOL Ysi Took r rCOL =
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Buffalo B Blfalo WaIo Bill BiIIi Who May Become an Important Witness ia the tlt G Gw i4Ca id6Gase ii Ca Q
NEW YORK May May 22In In a riot be between bet between ¬
tween t 590 longshoremen strikers strike andstrikebreakers and andstrikebreakers andstrikebreakers
strikebreakers today at the entrance tothe to tothe tothe
the Atlantic balm South Brooklyn sev several MVerat several ¬
eral shots were fired and the puttee polteareserves putteere polleereserves
reserves re erves battled fur many minutes to re reatore retore restore
store tore order orderThree orderThree orderThree
Three hundred negro strikebreakers strikebreakerswere strIkebreakerswere strikebreakerswere
were stopped at the ferry CelT place entrance entranceto
to th the ship yards ya s at Hteraflton Ham ton Ferr Ferrwhen Perry Perrywhen Ferrywhen >
when they tried TO go to work by about aboutOO
300 OO 0 strikers who tried to Urge them bypeaceable by bypeaceable bypeaceable
peaceable arguments arguments Arlum nts not togo to workOne work workOne workOne
One of th the negroes ta anid to havestruck have havestruck bHvetruclc
j struck truclc a striker with his first Sr that thatstarted thatstarted
started > > a general fight fightahaorig amonf the SM SMmen 581men 5A6men t
men and soon bricks stones sto clubs ubs and andother andother andother
other missiles were flying between the thecombatants theCOmbatanta theeombatants
combatants combatantsOne COmbatantaOne eombatantsOne
One negro Mlciiael ltlcb8 1 Stubbe of tl Flat Flatbush Flatbu
bush bu h avenue who bad been stnMk with witha
a stone drew a revolver and tired rod at the theman themILD theman
man who wipe Wno be thought t ought thnew atw It ItStubbs it L LStubbs
Stubbs wag wa arrested arrestedStreet 2UTe8tedStreet arrestedree
Street ree Car Wires WiresBurned Wirestlfe WiresBurned
Burned in Frisco FriscoSAN c
SAN FRANCISCO May 2 By farthe far farI
I tHe M aaoitt Nt t scRoufi act of violence that thathas
I has marked the carmens strike took tookplace tookplaceelUlJ
place placeelUlJ early today toda when sympathizer sympathizerthrow smP41tbtzerthrow sympathizersthrow
throw a n chain over the main power line lltuot
i ot the theooau w oompany y and connected eo eeted It witha with wltnThe witha
a troUcy trolleyw trolleywPits wIre wIrefh8
The power poiver po er wire carried a current of
1SOO volts olts and amen en this current currentwent currentwent currentwent
went into the he trolley circuit all wire
in the vicinity were burned out with a
blinding flash flashAll flashAU flashAll
All car lines on the north side of the thecity thecity thecity
city will be out of O commission for at
least one day and possililr po J two twoI twon
n I
IEXtJ5GTOX LEXtNGTON L Kyf K Ky May 22A 22Ameats 22 ttArp Argu Argumenta eau J JlIIeIIta
meats of oCIUorDeys of attorneys In the trial of J JJames Judge JudgeJames Tu4pJames >
James Hargte II for the asMUMbtatton aseasrusatonJames tJon of ofJames ofJam
James Jam CockrW C ekdll in Breathltt eounty eountyclosed eeuntyclosed count countdosed y yde
closed at nose and the jury began be beganlibeaJai aA aAlIberatloR de dellberatiOtt
llberatiOtt immediately after hutch lwacbe leachGborgs hutchGeorge deti
e George orse Rant for for the tit defense del led ledtoUowedty eff efffollowed s sfollowed tibe < ti <
followed toUowedty by Beverly Beverl Jouett for the theprosecution tbeproHCUtJon t tprosecution be beax
prosecution George Webb was next for forthe forthe f fthe ax
the defense deten and then Floyd Byrd B f fthe for forthe forthe axor or ordosed
the prosecution INward Farrell FarrellTor dosed
Tor 01 the defense def and Cot Col John R dosedA Allen All A
for th u the Commonwealth CommonwealthThe Cotnmon CotnmonThe
The attorneys attorneys tar the defense referred referredto ref refto ereeel ereeelman
to Hargia Harg as a j sgeoeoial tujaeful business businessdrawn man mandrawn IDI1drawn manthat
drawn Into the feud troubles by y llec llecsworn 11ftsworn 1 1sworn
sworn to by enemJea e emJN and ad charged chargedMose that thatMoae thato thatobrh
Moae o e Feltoer Ahae uJe White WbI sae aa > J JSmith John JohnSmith Johnsmith obrh n
Smith the pro OHcutioos catioos star tar wttneaeea wttneaeeahave wltnM wltnMhave wltneehave >
have willfully wtutuU aad deliberately lied liedThe 1IebThe lle lleThe
The prosecuting tmtr attorney charged that thatHaxgts thatH the theHargts t
Haxgts H is arch criminal and dthat declared declaredthat d dtbat etietred a
that lie should be given the sane p pun puniahment P1lDIeat
iahment as 8 he mete meted < < out to his eneiut eneiutW enemies enemiesTMs elMlllieeI L
I W This morning Floyd Byrd who whoprosecutes baa haaproeecuted baaptOIJecate1 B
prosecutes Haxgi in all the th > Breatbf Breatbfcases Breatbitt Breatbittcase BreatblttCIUttS tt t
cases case ahoblt sI ok his nnaer ftn finger r in Hargis face faceand factaDd far farMad e >
and ahoHted s ottte drama dramatically dramaticallyToe Ucxlly lIy lIyYOR
Ton are a murderer > r Jndee Ji Jd f e Hargis Hargisand Hargisantt Hargtand a
and you OUght to be hanged hangedThe hansedThe bungedThe
The court room tf > OID to crowded cr and the c ex excitements x
cltentent citements Is Intense IntenseGuilty Inten intenseGuilty e eGuilty
Guilty of 3ousere nouse nouseHlv Rousekeakint RousekeakintHarvey loaf loafHarvey
Harvey Hlv A Smith coloed colo = ed when a ar arraigned arraigned ¬
raigned reigned in Criminal Court Co rt No NO1 1 y yes yesterday Ye1lbrdlQ ar ¬
terday to answer to an indictme indictmeeharging indictment indictmentcharging indictmentcbtirglng nt 1
charging him with housebreaking bouaebr ng en entered 1 ¬
tered a plea of guilty and a 4 was wasmended re remanded remaD ¬
mended maD ed for sentence which will be beposed Im Imposed ¬
posed on Friday by Justice Staffo Stafford re L
Smith has a police record of being C a aconftrm a aconftrmld
conftrm confirmed d housebruakev housebr aker He has served serve d
terms in the Reform School S < hool and alo al > sn o
Moundsville having havln lx be n i committed tn o
the latter Institution instltutiee D December ber Ii 1
2501 > > 1 for a short term
L MIT 1 1H 1
1 Itu ItuKILLS
H KILLS I IWreckers
Wreckers Derail Der il Train TrainRunning TrainRunning rain rainRunning
Running Into Los LosAngeles LasAngeles
Angeles AngelesTwentyTwo AngelesTVenty Dees DeesTwentyTwo
TwentyTwo TVenty Two Injured Injurednri Il1jl n ure red redTen i iTen
nri Ten of p T Them ThemFatally ThemFatally ThemFish
Fatally FatallyFish FatallyFish
Fish Plates and Bolts Boltsof Boltsof
of Rails Had HadBeem HadBeemRemoved Been BeenRemoved BeenRemoved
Removed Removedi
LOS IJ AMiELES 1M C ELES Cal May MayTriin la lafrain 1ay 2 2frin
Triin vreters u ret rt > t ieni ers caused the uitcaiug uitcaiugof d di hlaiu hlaiuof tckiug tckiugof
of tilt t i soutbbouml soutbbo Daylight Lintiteti Lintitetiof Liniiteu Liniiteuf Lin teti tetiof
of < f Hit Soutbem Southe Pacific Thu fic Coast Lint IAucone H f fotic
one 1111 mile north f this t1 city it cry crytu earltuear vl vlt
tu t tuear tuearn lJla lJlaOnl < lax laxOm
Om n man wa Waf n ar hilied l illetl and tw t at atlvf
lvf 1 1w injured teams tea them fatally fatali fataliIt atI atIt
At It t a point Joint eta < rt t a trestle over the thetwo t thelrrot ht htrro
lrrot rro n deco o fi1apJatea and bolts or ort oftwo
two t connecting ton tlDr sails Is were ere removett removettStrands rtmOleuStrands
Strands of 1ritt h hr rey wire i wen fr fas fastrnrd fatohDtd fnstebeti
trnrd in the t i hIit > > it Rolex at toe end endof nci nciof
of the t he rails railsThe railsTIll railsl11
The l11 appealam 3P1Jt > araHt of < f the trat1 indi indicntt indiretell
retell cntt that wwgyre oiii < uie had pulled pull the therail therails
rails rail by b means eaD8 of vrire wtftTte wl re4 re4Tla
The train three boon late llas at run runengine runnine
nine at fortfive th twgm set Jta s Tlw Tlwngine Th Thengine
engine ran l MB yar yaris U l on he rf t < after afterbitting ltte lttehittlDlt ittertitting
bitting the open G eD rails railsAll ran ranAll railsAll
All tbe train except x two cars t3 nont n Into Intoth 1ft 1ftth tntcthe
th the ditch pillnc up over on the th nj n tr ierT trT r rT
T J McMahon an electricil w < wkeris wker wkeri rk r ri
i is the man Jao who was Uitoo UitooBfilT k kliiedDRIVE Ied IedDRIVE
nHDEGIRSl nHDEGIRSlMassachusetts THEN DISCUSS HIM HIMMassachusetts HIMMassaclwsetts
Massachusetts Town Di Divided Divided DiOver ¬
vided Over Retaining Retaining RetainingYoung Retainingng b
Young You ng Minister MinisterDRACtT MinisterDIlAClT 4
DRACtT Maaa May lay 22 tfollwlngtIae tfollwlng Following Followingthe
the t dfhtng lrivlng iving from his home of the t h Rev Revbwea Re ReJamH Reva
bwea a James pastor tor of th the Congreca Congrecattenal ConsrecatIoeal Congreaatfteoai
ttenal Church here this town is t badly hadIyplit badlysplit > dly dlyspilt
spilt plit into factions for and again againstt tho thoaibiist th tht h histtr
aibiist t lnist isttr < r The Rev Rt > James is youdr your > ourf < ani anitithuttiastk an n nhua1astic < i iathuslastio
athuslastio hua1astic in his rettgious rf > lIioas work workUon workThe ork orkhe
The he eungregatton Io tJon demanded his rf8iJ reeigon
> Uon 00 He replied r llh1 that he would tak takVI Woktimf taktots >
VI tots time > alx abOut > ut tenderin tendf > rl it itA ItA t tA
A large laOf crowd of townspeople who whoheld whlId wholeld
held Id a different dttrt > Nnt view tf > 1Ir called on iU Hit t RevJames Rev Revlames R RIames
lames and told him the cuur churdi 0 would woulrlbe wouldbe wouldbe
be tcsoed and h hI < > would be th > driven dr driv e out outof outof outof
of town to if he did d d not Uav lea l avr at on onJantes onJ onJames
James J was a passenger on the next nexttroBar nextout nexttrolisy
troBar out of the cityAmid city cityAnuifl eltJADd
Amid ADd tooting tOOUII horns a and the jfcrs of ofhis orformer ofb
b his e former flock h he hewas wa wI ecorte pseurttj d J a good goodpart goodpart 00 00part
part of the distance dblt Then Th n th the peopleretuned people ioplfreturned people1etumecl
returned to their hoar hosp s to talk thematter the thematter thtmatter
matter matterSHRINERS over overJREADING overSHRINERS
READING Pa May sy 22 2Six Six o othe othe oothe
the seventeen Reading victims ir im of theShrIners the theShrlners 1beSln1netS
Shrlners wreck recIt were buried burttd today tldi They Theywere The Tbew
were w J So Douglass Hippie I ppIt > illistrious po potentate potestate potentate ¬
tentate of Rajah Temple C C t ulrer ulrer9teffe 1Itert 1ItertStde nert nertSteffe
Steffe Ocorgs c F Hageman A 1 L L Roth ItothHaro JtocbHarry RothHam
Harry G Miller and C F J Kaufman KaufmanIE KautmaLBOWIE
LA PLATA Xd stdIlday2 May 22 The trialof trial trialof trl l lof
of Mrs Mary tar y Bowie Bowl and hr son Henry HenryBowie HenryBowie HennBowie
Bowie charged cb rsed with the kiHin hum of gong youncHubfortPt
HubertTsSsey HubfortPt ha been 1 een set let fog fc Friday FridayThe F day dayThe
The unwritten unwritten law will be b the plea pl of ofthe ofthe
the detente fenM young pearl = Posey it is 10 i aiieat aliegtxi aliecwhaTtbtr + d dhtvilrR
harthe refused to marry PrtsciUa Hoc Hocnet Ho + xi
after net betraying bet bet a3 ml tnR h her r the mother and andbrother andbrother
brother having taken the th matter mattf > r Into fatetheir Intotheir 1ntothIr
their own hands handsMiss hanMMIs8
Miss Bowie is i said Itd to be iii an and nil l It tprobable t tprobiible fprobtble °
probable that ti at the lh jury will have t ttt ttttak be betak
tak take s to th fife > Bowte Bow home holll at HIM Tots Tojiin To ToIn Totsin
in order to get e her testimonyPOSTMASTERACCUSED testimony testimonyPOSTMASTERACCUSED tellttmonyPOSTMASTERACCUSED
STAITNTON STAt ST Al1 iOIti N Va Kay 23 22United 22UnitedStates UniteU UniteUStates tniteUStatee
States Commissioner M L L Meredith Meredithheard Mereditilheard
heard tbe complaint ealnt atnst nM C P Bos Bosserman Bosserman liester
serman ter m maa aa postmaster rostJDasterat 1st at Plover Flu vefi Vs Vacurgld
charged with falsifying fal81tyt his postal at alcounts
counts and using postage stamps i
I Pl paying t tag for merchandise m b He H was a held
i for forth th tw Irited it States court at Harrison
i burg bur it in Jin JinHe J un unHe
j He ailed fal1E to to Rive irf Ch e nOHv 1 f ati a and > d 13 J Jnow isnow
I now in the Augusta Au usta county fttJL JML I

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