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President Presid nt Roosevelt RooseveltSays RooseveltSays RooseveltSays
Says In God We Trust TrustShould TrustShould TrustShould
Should Not of Be Placed PlacedOn PlacedOn Placed0n
On Coins Coinsissues CoinsoIssues oin oinIssues
issues Statement Giving GivingHte GivingHi GivingHi
Hte Hi Reason for Asking AskingIts AskingIts
Its Removal RemovalIs
U1a Is God G4NlV We Trust will not t be s upon uponany uponany lpoaany
any United U tted State Stat coin deai de designed CJMIl n d in tb tbfuture the thefUlure thefuture
future if t tk Ute President can prevent the theuse theuse theuse
use of that that motto He na 11 nag written avngoroe a avigorow aVISOI01N
vigorow lttr on th the jukjtfet oIUlIj < < t tor oop4 copies copiesof s sof
of which are being mailed mail to all oor eorrebpondent oorret oorrespondents
respondents ret > pondenta who 1a bXv 1J vo a M sent at t him protest protestoi proteMaor
or the absence a of the tit words WO II oa the tb n HW newgold w wgold
gold 1 d pieces pieoesIn piecesIn pleoen
In n order to wk JlMlke Mm position po kioa oa 01 the thetaibject thetub thes
s tub object t perfectly plain to all the people peopleSecretary peojtleEtcremry peopleteretary
Secretary teretary Loeb today save av cut copies copiesof oopiNof oopiesof
of ta tM teter which la in part as fol follows follows totlows ¬
lows lowsD lowsDesr
D cr ar Sir When V fIIl the question tlUO tlon of th thnew the thenw thencvr
new coinage came < < ame up we kokt lets intethe Inletlw letsthe
the law and found there wa was no warrant war warrant warr ¬
rant r nt therein tor putting in u God We WeTrust Welrut WeTrust
Trust on the coins Aw tint custom customuiho cwKomubo customal
uiho al ho without le legal a1 warrant nVi td grown grownup Krownp grownhowever
up p however I znignt 1lfbt hav have fell f tt at liberty libertyto
t to k keep p tb the inscription had 1 approved approvedof
of its being on the coinage > But as a l ldid Idid 1dad
did not approve of it 1 Oi Ok Oki i not direct directtlat directtLat directtlat
tlat it should again pIn be put on onDees OftDees onDees
Dees PMitive Harm BarmMy HarmXy BarnMy
My own feeling in th the matter is J due dueto dueto dueto
to my very Arm conviction that to put putsuch putliuch putsuch
such a motto on coins or to use it In Intny iftny Inmy
tny ny kindred JtiDdr d manner not only does no nogood DOgood nogood
good but doe does positive poaItl harm and is lain isin isin
in effect e < < ect Irreverence which comes comesdangerously OOIIHIdan comesdangerously
dangerously dan Y near to aaerilese A beau beautiful beautiful ¬ I
tiful and solemn sentence such as the theone theone theone
one in Question Que tl n should be treated and anduttered anduttered anduttered
uttered only with that nne reverence reverencewhich revereneW reverencewhich
which W hleb necessarily necu artlr implies a certain ex exaltation exultation exaltatton ¬
altation of spirit Any use which tends tendsto tendsto tendsto
to cheapen ch apen it and above a ove all any ts use 1tHwhlcJa usewhich j jwhich
which tends to secure its feeing treated treatedin
in U a spirit of levity is from rom every stand standpoint stand standpoint ataD ataD11nt ¬
point profoundly to be regretted regrettedIt f fIt
It fa tr a motto whidHt which it is I indeed I well wsltto w wellto lt ltto
to hay haye inscribed oa our great reat national nattonalmonumenta D nationalmonuments OMl OMlmonumenca
monuments In our temples ofjustios ofjustiosin OC justice juatlcein
in our legislative l ta ve halls halJ and m In buildings buildingssuch bulldlsJuch buildingssuch
such as those at We West t Pnlnt Pnl t and ft4l An Annapolis AnnapoUaln Annapolls ¬
napolis napoUaln in short wherever it will tend tendto t tendto nd ndto
to arouse and inspire a lofty emotion In Inthose Inihose Inthose
those who look thereon But it seems ente
to me eminently unwise to cheapen such sucha
a motto by use on coins just ju as it would
be to cheapen it by use on postage postagestamps po postagestamps taC
stamps or in advertisements advertisementsInscription advertieeme advertisementsIneviiption u uInScription
Inscription Ridieeled RidieeledIn Ritlltt ed edIn
In all my Ina ua I have never hoard any
human being speak pe k reverently of this thismotto thl thlmotto thismotto
motto on the coins or ir show aay as y sign signor algnoC signof
or its having hvIn appealed to any high hh emo emotion emofon emotion ¬
tion fon in him But I have literally hundreds hun huncasion bundre
dreds dre s or times heard
it used as aR 00 00caston occasion
casion of and Pel
incitement to the sneer sneerIng sneerIng sneerIng
Ing ridicule which it is above all things thlnesundearable thingsundesirable thingsundesirable
undesirable that so beautiful and ex exalted exlLlted exsited ¬
sited a phrase should excite exciteFor eoxelteFor exciteFor
For example throughout th the long longcontest Ionscontest longcontest
contest extending over several decades decadesof d dO
of O the free coinage question the existe exist existence extCJIC6 ¬
ence of this motto on the coins com was a aconstant t1constant aconstant
constant source of Jest and ridicule ridiculeand ridiculeand ridiculeand
and this was unavoidable Every on unmust une unemust onmust
must remember the innumerable cartoons car cartoons cartoons ¬
toons and articles based on phrases phraa like IIk
oln Jn God we trust for the other 8 cents centoIn cen cenIn centsIn
In God we trust for the short weight
ln God we trust for the 27 Z cents we
do not pay and so forth and so forth
Surely I am well within bounds when whenI hen henI
I say that a use usf of the pnrMse p use which Invtes in invites Injtes ¬
vites jtes constant levity of this t s type ismost is ismost I Imost
most undesirable If Congress CUn rM8 alters altersthe Itlt618the alto altothe
the law and directs me to replace on onthe ontlte onthe
the coins the sentence in Question the thedirection thedirection thedirection
direction will be immediately out into intofffect Intoffeet Intoff
fffect < ffeet ff t but I very err earnestly trust that thatthe tlNttthe thatthe
the religious sentiment e tlment of the country
the spirit of reverence In the country countrywill eounU eounUwill countrywill
will prevent any such action being
taken Sincerely yours yoursTHEODORE yoursTHEODORE 00 00THEODORE
NEW EW YORK Nov 13 ILAlfred Alfred 1Cred Gwynne GwynneVanderbilt GwynneYanderbilt GwynneVanderbilt
Vanderbilt will build a twentyonestory twentyonestoryhotel twentyonestorlbotel twentyonestoryl
l hotel otel a 3600000 Investment Fashioned Fashionedsfter Fashionedafter Fashionedlr
after lr the luxurious type of th the St St Regis Regisard Regward Regisard
ard the t e Piaca the new hotel will mark markthe markthe markthe
the turning point in the manner of New KewYorks NewY NewYorks
Yorks Y orks high social life In It will y U be beapartments beax beapartments
apartments ax rtmorata designed d especially Iy for Al Alfred Alfred AIfred ¬
fred Gwynne Vanderbilt and for sev several MVCral several ¬ i
eral of the families of the younger youngeronderbflt youn younserS < < er eranderbllt
S onderbflt set to i
Big Men Said to Be Be Behind Behind
hind SchemeHad SchemeHadMany SchemeHadMany Scheme SchemeSmall
Many Branches BranchesSmall BranchesSmall
Small Share Was Given GivenDupes GivenDupes GivenDupesMay
Dupes DupesMay May Involve InvolveExpress InvolvExpress InvolveExpress
j Express Companies CompaniesCHICAQO CompaniesCHiCAAO
CHICAGO Nev M 1IThe Th Mg Wgsge btpgeet et t lot lottery lottery lottery ¬
tery Imposition hltpo ltion in the th United States Stateswhich Stat Statwhloh Stateswhloh
whloh has a b been n running for mor more than thantwwtty tAwith timatwenty
twenty years with lwa heeml4uarte bt iartre arLer la laChicago I IChicago InChicago
Chicago was exposed e po d last night by arresis ar arrests arrtSta
rests rtSta > H this Ud and other etti cttid cities The United UnitedSlates UBi UBiStat UnitedStates
Slates Stat Secret Sorvic lie I e clef claim C m e that tli tlipromoter Ut Uti tMpromoters
i promoter of the scheme have bay math maAmillion JIIMUIIn mathndlllogp
million n ndlllogp IUoqjiJ of dollars and lid that there the re are arebig arebig arebig
big m men n behind hehi d it who can b be reached reachedby reach reachby reachedby
by the prosecution of those tbo now under underarrest Uftderrreat underarrest
arrest arrestUnder arresttpder rreat rreatlTNer
Under th the name name of th the OH Reliable BeilaWGuaranty Rella1MeGuaranty ReliableGuaranty
Guaranty Loan Company th tM company companymaintained compUtmabttamed companymahttainemt
maintained nicely nieel appoint appointed offlc6 at atSS atJI ati
SS i Dearborn 8Ilrborn street 171 Washington Washingtonstreet Wa Washington Washingtonstreet hing on onatreet
street ai and > d 12 Sherman street treet and andIlarKe a alarge alarge
IlarKe large printing establishment eat ll bmeAt known as astho asthe s sI
the Martin Fountain Printing Com Company Company Cornpony ¬
pany et t 2 J8 Randolph street Secret SecretService Sttcratserv SecretService
I Service serv Agents Harry T Donagnue Ot Otto Otto Otto ¬
to F Kiinke and Lawrence Richey Ricbeywho RicheyI
I who 0 h have v Ye engtn en engineered r d all the big lot lottery lottery lottery ¬
tery exposure of recent years raided raidedall raJdedall raidedall
all four of these th establishments last lastnight lutt lastnight
night t and obtained thousands o of tickets ticketsreturns ticketsretuIJUI ticketsreturns
returns from agents and the plates platesfrom plateefrom platesfrom
from which the tickets were printed printedHead prlnt prlntHead printedHead
Head of Concern Grew Rica RicaD RlcllD RickD
D II Jones alias D H Kiseam m who whohas wbohas whohas
has lived in very expensive style at atthe 41lthe atthe
the Great Northern Hotel and is I wall wallknown weltkDon wellknown
known about th the efer 01 was arrested arre tlM1 ad adthe utbe asthe
the head of the concern He H has been beenin been1ft beenin
in charge ch ° of o th the soaeern since ne6 Its inception In Incoptiou Ineptlotl
coptiou in M85 and ad is J said by th thSecret the theStcret theSecret
Secret srtee Sefvi men to have hav acted cted as asu Lat asI
u t I t between of ofi ofalrio
i t > M 1 also grown growns wn wn1J
s > > t 1J j 0 the proHU proHUK proIt proItf praftxa praftxMinerr
K f v Miner A Aeonnd atC k k9a
9a f d pm 4r tC idtr0 j jt4l
t4l r d i elt tM tML4ar S Si
i L4ar wers brand brande h hValter
= e confklen confklenw eonnd ntia ntiaw
w w Palter Schint Schintb Sc1at1RlM Schlntbey
bey lM b y the bookkeeper h8ekk At J midnight Jonas JonasMinor JOII JOIIJIIIMr JurorMinor
Minor and Miss Greet were arraigned arnUsmdbefore arra1 arraignedbefore ned nedbefore
before United States StatesFoote Commiweiomr CommiweiomrFoote CommtoU CommtoUFoote
Foote FooteGeorge FooteGwrKe FooteGeorge
George E Geisler fiN th St Louis Lou agent agomof agentof ent entot
of the concern was anted hi that thatcity Uuucity thatcity
city and a large attofter JMlDl er of lo lottwo lottwotickets Iottptickets t rx rxtickets
tickets and records oarjtoeated COt dIIeated F PFalkner lyFalkner udli udliFmlkner
Falkner agent at t Fort Wayne Wa was 108re wasrested jgr jgrrested
rested re ted at Indianapolis by Agent Ace Agentl JCMMc JCMMcand Jdtiitan4 ± I k kand
and John T Markland was arrested arrestedMcKeesport Re Ktd KtdcKeeaport lu
McK cKeeaport esport Pa All were held heldheavy heidheavy usda usdaheavy
heavy bonds bondsMay bondsMay j jMay
May Catch Express Cempanies CempaniesThe CempaniesThe
The Secret Service men from the rec records records rscords ¬
ords that they have obtained expect expectto expeQtto expectto
to make more than JOO IIXt arrests in var yMtrbus various 1rlou8 ¬
ious cities in the country An attempt attemptalso attemptalllO attemptalso
also will b be made to Involve the ex express expreas express ¬
press companies companl as agents or a accoei 4COI cone
plices 1l Federal act torblddlngloUenear forbiddinglotteries forbidding forbiddinglotteries
lotteries Commissioner Commla toner Foote held heldJones heldJones heldJones
Jones without ball Jones is more than thanseventy thaneventy thanseventy
seventy years old and very feeble feahleUnder feebleUnder tMDIeUnder
Under its various vano names the lottery lotteryhas lotteryhRa lotteryhas
has been conducted in the regular lot lottery 1ottoery lotfiery ¬
fiery manner except that the process prooecshas processhas prOOe prOOeba
has ba been all out of 0 proportion to the therisk therUsk therisk
risk and the commission e mmJ aione hava ha va b been beenyery beenvery en envery
very heavy putting hundreds hWMIr da of thes tho thond8 I Isands
sands nd8 of dollars into th the pockets OCketIJ or orthe orthe orthe
the promoters pro a yearly yearl it is believed believedthat believedtholl believedthat
that even with the Ut percentage In their theirfavor theirtvor theirfavor
favor the lottery managers JBa pr did not live liveup Jiveup liveup
up to their promises prom to their dupes dupesand dupea1M1 dupesand
and failed to share receipts as advertised adver advertlsd advertlMd
tlsd tisedfudgfng tlMdha4Png tlsdJudging
Judging from the records now In thai thaihands the thehan thehands
hands han a of the Secret Service agents between be between betWeeft ¬
tween 15008 11iO and 9MOM 080 tickets were weresold werfJIIOkI werosold
sold monthly and nd spate times tt more mor more
Hardly m 26 per cent Of the sales I8 went
back to the purchasers In prizes prizesMAYOR prizetLo prizesMAYOR
Washington Wa hlngt ft friends of Mayor Timothy TimothyJ
J RH Riley y of Central Falls R if I have de deluged deluSed deluged ¬
luged him with th congratulations con tlatlo 8 and andtokens andtokens
tokens of esteem since his recent rece t electionMayor election electionMayor eJectionWayor
Mayor Rileys brother broth or William S Riley
lives here
Features Without WithoutParallel
3 Parallel in in Next NextSUNDA ex exSUNDAYS 3
FIRST R RemarKable marKable account of the most astound astounding astounding astoundin ¬
ing in g gThe feat ever performed with an airship airshipThe airshipThe
The greatest triumph ever Known in inaerial inaerial inaerial
aerial navigation navigationSECOND navigationSECONDRevelations navigationSECONDRevelations
SECOND SECONDRevelations Revelations of a startling discovery madeabout made madeabout madeabout
about the Green Greenough ough statue t Story of a atreasure atreasure atreasure
treasure and a conspiracy that stirred stirrsdand stirr2dand stirredand
and nonplused all Americas secret po police polic Po1ic3 ¬
lice licei liceTHI8P lic liclfJ
t TFi3h THI8P lfJ American riches lure the Japanese to con conquest conquest conequest
quest The Mikado hopes h pe for 2or or BILLIONS BILLIONSilk
ilk flk indemnities Capt Richmond Pearson PearsonHobaons Pe Pearsonboo rson rsonHobsons
Hobaons boo n s fifth article articles 1
s v
All morning was consumed in inexamining inexamining inexamining
examining examining 27 talesmen and andit andit andi
it i i is expected ex ected d to take two daysto daystoselect d dav ays s < to toselect toselect
select select jury
Son of Former Senator Brown 1 Leading Ckmasel 00tm8 l for Mrs Bradley
School Buildings Com Commission Commission Commission ¬
mission to Recommend RecommendMany RecommendMany RecommendMany
Many Changes in inReport inReport inReport
Report ReportFinal ReportFinal
Final removal of all da fds 3 3 from tr m the theFranklin theFranklin he heBrankUn
Franklin School building b ndfngotindt and andton andtons andtonversion t on onverslon onversion
version of o that structure Into ah ai 5 ij s nlstratlon n nIstratlon nstratlon
Istratlon building for the public publicsystem i ool oolsystem > ol olsystem
system Is one of the most Important Importantchanges Importantchanges Importantchanges
changes contemplated in the report of oftheSchool otth ofthe
theSchool th the SchOol Buildings Commission which whichwill whichwlll whichwill
will wlll will submit to Congress next month a a200page a200page a200page
200page printed document recommend recommending recommendIng recommendIng ¬
ing various changes In the school schoolbuIld schoolbuIldIng schoolbuilding build building ¬
ing plan or the District DistrictThe DistrIctThe DistrictThe
The commission which consists of o En Engineer EnIneer Engineer ¬
gineer Ineer Commissioner Morrow Supervis Supervising SupervlIng SupervIsing ¬
ing Architect Taylor Tayloro of the Treasury TreasuryDepartment TreasuryDepartment TreasuryDepartment
Department and Superintendent of ofohools otI oft
I ohools Chancellor will also recommend recommendIn
In It its > report to Congress that the Thomp Thompson Thompson fhompson ¬
son and Abbott schools iichools be sold and andthat andthat andthat
that these two schools be consolidated consolidatedInto cons consolidated consolidatedinto lldated lldatedInto
Into one large school schoolWith schoolVlth schoolWith
With regard to the Jefferson building buildinga
a recommendation will be made mane that thata thatnew
a nw new building bu ldlBS be erected on the corner cornerof COrnaror cornerof
of the lot which Is farthest from the therailroad therallrOfLf1 therailroad
railroad tracks and that the old buildIrg build buildIng buildIng
Ing be disposed of as advantageously advantageouslyas
as possible Recommendation will be bemade bemde bemade
made that the McCormick cConnlck School to towhich towhich towhich
which an addition Js now being made madebe madebe madebe
be xebullt throughout and that the theold thefJd theold
old material bo bl sold soldThe soldThe soldThe
The commission does not even evo hope hopeto hopeto hopeto
to have alL alllts Its schemes carried out in inona Inone inone
one year It wll recommend that Its Itschanges Itschanges itschanges
changes be made gradually extending extendingov extendingovr extendingover
ov over r something like a threeyear or a aftveyear aAveyear attveyear
ftveyear period It will urge upon uponCongress uponCe uponCengresa
Congress Ce gr8S however how vor the urgent necessity necessityof nece8si nece8siot necessityof
of appropriating approprl Unl immediately lmmedJ tely 1300000 OOOOO for forContinued torContinued forContinued
Continued Continued on Second Page PageU
Miner Lived on Oil GBEf GBEfforts 4l IE Ef Efforts ¬
forts to Save MaMjCon MaMjConsidered NaI11liiConside Ma r 3 on onsidered
sidered side red Hopeless HopelessMAHONEY Hop HoPeuessMAHONEY iss issMAHONEY
MAHONEY CTY C TY Pa Nov J3 lSTu lSTutbe 33Tothe To Tothe
the great gr t surprise and Joy of or this on entire ontire ontire ¬
tire community Michael McCabe the theminer theminer theminer
miner entcmbed in the Draper mine at atGtiberton AtI atGfberton
Gtiberton and thought to be hopelessly hopelesslyburied laopel bepeltnslyburled lY lYburled
burled was rescued today todayAfter todayAfter todayAfter
I After living five days on mine oil as ashis ashis ashis
his only food Ood and drink h he a was taken takenout takenout takenout
out limp and weak w8 k but still conscious consciousand conscIousand consciousand
and apparently not seriously senou jy affected affectedby RtrEICledby affectedby
by his long imprisonment imprisonmentRescuers ItnpJQonmentRescuers Impr ± sonment sonmentRescuers
Rescuers Worked Blindly BlindlyInstead BlindlyInstNd BlindlyInstead
Instead of having run toward the thegangway theftngway thegangway
gangway when th the top of o the e mine minecollapsed minecoUafAd minecollapsed
collapsed as If WeB supposed he sought soughtrefuge 50fltt 50flttretlge sou lit litrefuge
refuge in a heading which was opened openwlby openJt openJtby openedby
by the rescuers re5Cue working blindly In Inwhat Inwhat inwhat
what they considered oon ldered forlorn hope Mccabes Mc McX Mebes
cabes X bes wife and three children chlldnnl who whohad whohad whograd
had stayed with the rescuers through throughthe UtroUS1the throughthe
the long or g effort to save him were were over overcome ovarcome overcome ¬
come with Joy and Mrs McCabe McCaJH weak weakfrom weKktrom weakfrom
from illness and fatigue falntad falntadTh faint9dTh fainted faintedThe
Th The r rescue cu of McCabe utoundl utoundlmlnlJllCexpert astounded astoundedinlninK astoundedlnlnyig
inlninK mlnlJllCexpert experts who had giver give opinions opinionsthat oPinionsthat opinionsthat
that it was utterly Impossible e to save v I Ihim
him and that it would take mouths to toraeh torh t tr
raeh r H tch h the place where he was buried buriedCoal buriedCoal < l lCoal
Coal Town Celebrates CelebratesA
A great demonstration Is being made madehers madelieI madehere
hers lieI in honor of the remarkable ef efforts efforts efforts ¬
forts of the rescuers r IMues who doggedly doggedlycontinued dog doggedlycontinued e l lcomhlued
continued their work In the th face of ofevery ofevery ofevery
every discouragement dIJJCOura ement and without any
hupe of success anJCi 8S McCabe was taken to tohis tohla tohie
his home arid placed under physicians physicianswho ph phoelcians < oelcians oelcianswho 8iclalUl 8iclalUlwho
who hope that with proper tttatmijnt tttatmijntha tl tzatnunt tzatnunthe atm nt nth
ha h can be restored to health healthThe bealthThe healthThe
The miner was unable to tell of the thahorrors th thhorrurs thehorrors
horrors he had undergone during urSn his hisMitombment hisentdmbment hisentombment
entombment but It is Known that he hesuffered hesut hesuffered
suffered sut red terribly terriblyFree terriblyFree terriblyFree
Free Samples and Prices of rnvelope rnvelopethat rnvelopethatbr1n Fnvelopethat
that thatbr1n bring business Phone Globe Ptg Pt8 PtgI PtgICo I ICo ICo
Co 14th E nw nwAdv Adv Advs
I Placed 011 Trial for Her Life Ted Teday y
fi z S H HIS S WifE WifEi NIFEND
Rich Italian It lian Banker Plans PlansFiendish PlansFieI1dish PlansFiendish
Fiendish FieI1dish Punishment Punishmentfor
< <
for f Couple CoupleBOMB
BOMB Nov M 1IDanker Banker Bertonl Bertonlmany B Bertonimany < < tonl tonlmallr
many Um u banes 8 a mlltloMilre mt k > > talre was 11 arres arre arrested arrestedtoday < ttoday il iltoday
today for killing hk wife and a rich rtohadmirer richadntlrer richadmirer
admirer of the hitter named flamed Zerbatf be because beettV8e because ¬
cause Ira b believed M v d the woman was fonder fonderof fonderot fonderof
of Zerbati than she > > I should have been beenand b beenand ell ellaftd
and that her affection wasPeclproeateds wasPeclproeatedsetbati was as f aeiprocated f8Clprocatede1batl aeiprocatedlEerbati
lEerbati e1batl and Bertonls wife were found touOOdead founddead founddead
dead early today in the the road leading leadingfrom IHdlngfrom leadingfrom
from the formers villa at the suburb suburbof suburbo suburbof
of o Albeno to Rome Both were nearly nearlybeheaded nearlybeheaded nearlybeheaded
beheaded Across AclO U the highway betveen be between bet8en ¬
tween two trees was as a tightly stretched stretchedwire stretchedwIre stretchedwire
wire against which they had dashed dashedas dahedas dashedas
as they rode r ride e from rOm the villa together In InZeruatls inZerbatfs
Zeruatls automobile The oar car was waswrecked wS wSwrecked waswrecked
wrecked In a ditch at the theBroadside Broadside BroadsideBertonl roa roadside roadsideBertoni Ide
Bertoni admits the killing kUllnis killingsays says ys he Is Israther Israther israther
rather proud In Ip fact of the skill skin with withwhich withwhich
which it was arranged arrangedTreated aruugedTreated arrangedTreated
Treated With Deference DeferenceThe DeferenceThe
The police OUce treat him with much defer deference deterenee deference ¬
ence He is endeavoring to arrange fur forhis furhis
his release pending trial and with his hteInfluential hisInfluential
Influential In ftuen tia I friends will probably suc sucoeed sucOEIed suecued
cued Assuming umlng that be h was 11 warranted warrantedin
in his suspicions of his wife public opin opinion oplnIon opinion ¬
ion is generally favorable to him and andthe andthe andthe
the prevailing impression Impce km Is that he will willesoa willesCfl1oe willescne
esCfl1oe esoa > > e any penalty penaltyIn
In the meantime the tb banker is resting restingeomtortably restingfIOMtortably restingeomtortabiy
eomtortably at police headquarterschatting headquarters headquarterschatting headquarterschtUng
chatting affably a < < ably smoking cigarettes ert tte and andupparenUy andhPIM andbpparenUy
bpparenUy upparenUy hPIM UY perfectly satisfied sat fted with hlm hlms him1I4I1e hlmsolf
s 1I4I1e 1I4I1e1le solfdie K
die 1le H KH had doubted his wifes love lo e for him himfor himtor himfor
for some time he says and nd last night nightfoluwed nl8htrol1wed nightfolowed
foluwed her from home to Verbattsvilla Verbattsvillawhore Varbatis villa villawhere ViDawhere
where he heard the woman and her ad admirer admirer admirer ¬
mirer arranging for an automobile ride ridetoward ridetoward ridetoward
toward Rome later in th the evening eveningHis eveningHis eveningHis
His 9rst rst intention wai was to shoot thembut them thembut thembut
but being tO tm9lg unprovided unprovided with a weapon weaponand weapon3U4 weaponand
and tearing leartn that delay d 1ay would give them theman themu thornan
an u advantage to which hleh he did not con conaider conalder consider
alder them entitled he decided on some someother someoUler someether
other means mean of vengeance vengeancevine Tengeancevltte vengeancevine
vine in the grounds suggested the idealib Idea IdeaIrt IdeaI
lib I sought Cutting on oft a length of ofthe ofthewith the thewi tb tbm
wi the with w which lch the vine was bound and to totne to 0 0the
the th tree tre he hefasteired fastened ten iacross It across aClO lJ the road roadContlnued r oad oadContinued d dCon1nued
Continued on Second Page
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Talesmen Asked If IfThey IfThey IfThey
They Believe in Death DeathPenalty DeathPenalty DeathPenalty
Penalty PenaltyUnwritten PenaltyUnwritten PenaltyUnwritten
Unwritten Law Ex Expected Expeeted ¬
pected to Creep Into Intothe Intothe Intothe
the Defense DefenseCourtroom DefenseCourtroom DefenseCourtroom
Courtroom Crowded CrowdedOn CrowdedOn CrowdedOn
On On First Day Dayof DayofNoted of ofNoted ofNoted
Noted Trial 4
When the trial of Mrs Annie 3L 3LBradley M MBradley L LBraftJey
Bradley ah charged rgad with the murder murderof murderpf
of pf f Senator S Jl8tor Brown nearly a year yearago yearo yearago
ago o was called in Criminal Court CourtXo CourtNo CourtNo
No 1 this morning it was evident evidentfrom e evidentfrom dent dentfrom
from the exarain exami > > t4on t4on fon of the jurors jurorssummoned jurorssummoned jurorssummoned
summoned that probably two dayswith days dayswill da dawftl
will be consu z v vthe t t i ri rithe a athe
the jury alon f fFor rFor s sFor
For nearly t it t ft fting rr dies tbJcing dieslag
ing the oxaii east eastmain ii UJ UJd j si sithe
main summono nmined d as J a vt i ithe r rthe
the Qovemmtr Gvornm il sjr cg3rrn cg3rrnM instJtrs n trs trsr Acn1 Acn1M
M r Bradley Bradlev Bradleyder 1 1 1der y yder
der of Sen Senm Senmand Senoand o oand
and at adjournment adj urnment for the after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon recess but twentyseven twent seven men menhad men menhad menhad
had been questicncd and it is not notnow notnow notnow
now now known whether a lone juror jurorha jurorhu jurorhas
ha hu been secured securedEleven securedEleven securedEleven
Eleven in Jury Box BoxThg Box BoxThe BoxTb
The Tb first twelve tweh jurors on aia Cat 1t regular regularpanel regul regularpanel r rpueI
panel of twentysix were > seated In the thebox thebox thebox
box tempcrarily before Government or ordefense ordel8BM ordefense
defense began to challenge As fast as aschallenged ascbaJlenged aschallenged
challenged the displaced nisn nl t would be bereplaced bereplaced bereplaced
replaced by others from the regular regularpanel regularpaJJeI regularpanel
panel until the entire panel of twenty twentysix twent twentsix twentysix
six was a exhausted hausted and one Juror was wasexamined wasexamined wasexamined
examined from the the list of the 100 l00addl l00addltleRal addi additional addltisnal ¬
tional talesmen summoned ItUmm ned yesterday yesterdayAt Y terdoy terdoyAt
At the iKjpn recess the eleven men menwere menwere
were still in the Jury box Unchallenged Unchallengedbut unCh alle nged ngedbut
but inasmuch as neither defense nor norprosecution norI norprosecution I
I prosecution has used but five each of ofthe ofthe
the twenty challenges allowed them them 1tis It ItIs
I Is probable that should one or two out outof outot outof
of the eleven remain the trial will have haveprogressed haveprogressed
I progressed pro essed handsomely handsomelyThe handsomel
I The J he present prl ent occupants of the box are
William E Reiss bookk bookkeeper ftpor r aged
I nfty 1412 Kennesaw avenue Daniel A
Newman grocer aged llftythrse ItythJ law
p D street str t northeast George Menke
butter merchant merchantkg agi fiftyfive 11Ct ne 5C 5 5G5 K I
street northwest Edward E BIckertoii
kged aged ed twentyeight bicycle dealer 916
r New ew York avenue Japes Na Nash h aged I
lortytwo Ice dealer 3Sfl Pennsylvania
avenue northwest George C Prndla Prndl
ton clerk aged a ed thirtytwo 91 one 1 Penn ¬
sylvania s h nta avenue northwest John M Medi
Abbott Abed edi edithlityelght thlityelght grocer rOCPr 4008 4008agad fOO81
Eighth street Joseph < C P Hartley I
aged thirtyeight coffee mercnant ill dii
E street southeast south < ast Fritz Herzog aged
nftyslx saloonkeeper Twelfth welfth and F
streets northwest James L J Fcony Fcn
aged fortyeight publisher 22 Rhodo R Rho tJo 1
Island avenue and George Geor 9 B Antler Antlerson Antlerson
son aged thirtyone butcher 6U Park PdrkrOlld Parkrmt
road rmt id
iTalesmen i fTalesmen iTalesmen
Talesmen Excused for Cause CauseTalesmen CauseTa1Oiim CauseTalesman
Talesmen Ta1Oiim n Samuel J Gray Charles H Hwnieox HWlllcox 11Wllleox
wnieox W MIVewland M Jewland and David M Mof Mhoe f
hoe of o tho regular panel and Talesman TalesmanWalter Talesmanalter TalesmanWalter
Walter alter E Baum of the special panel panelwere panelwere panelwere
were excused for cause Mr Gray stated statedthat statedthat statedthat
that he did not believe In pleas of In InSKtdty insanity
SHiiity while Mr Luc stUdhe said he was fromj fromja from tromsection froma
a section in which the unwritten uu vrttten law lawwas JawWAS lawvss
was vss upheld upheldThe upheldThe upheldThe
The Government ohall challenged < riged Daniel
Crumbaugh Cr mbau5th Jesse Jenkins Joseph D
Snlffeh UrtJ Frank lT rank nk S Isoman and Flank
M 1 Hodges The defense used five of ottheir oftheir
their twenty twent3chaUGugE challenges in striking strtk1n1l strtkin out outrod outtilt outthe
tilt fcllowln fclfowing Charles D AlthaU Bush Bushred lJGfoh I Ired
red T Garrison Henry Kredekamp
William lIl1am J I Thomas and Havvood HavwoociHicks
Hicks HicksThe lUcksThe HicksThe I
The most Important question asked the theJurors
Jurors by District Dls trlct Attorney Attorn ey Baker B 3kor In Inaddition inaddition
addition ad ltJon to the stereotype lt reotYM3 me no as to totheir totheir totheir
their fitness fitnossand and Impartiality Impartiaiitywas was that thatContinued thatContinued thatContinued I
Continued on Sixth Page age
Explosion of 0 Boiler BoilerWrecks BoilerWrecks BoilerWrecks i
Wrecks Dormitory at atGreenwich atGreenwich a aGreenwich
Greenwich GreenwichTwo GreenwichWQ F FTwo
Two WQ of 0 Victims V VDie Will WillDie Willle
Die le From come Injuries InjuriesReceived InjuriesReceived F FReceived
Received ReceivedPanic ReceivedPanic ReceivedPanic
Panic Ensued E n Ii sue s ue d and andMany aJJdMany an anMany
Many Heroic Deeds DeedsPerformed DeedsPerformed DeedsPerformed
Performed PerformedrEAST Performedr PerformedEAST
1 I Nov 13 13Two Two girl stu students students atudents ¬
dents are dying Y Ypainfully a third is is ispainfully ispainfully
painfully injured and many inanyhad manyhad inn y yhad
had narrow escapes from fromdeath fromdeath fromdeath
death in a boiler explosion explosionand explosionand explosionand
and fire in Greenwich Academys Acad Academys Academys ¬
emys new Eastman dormi dormitory dormitory dormtort ¬
tory early today todayThe todayThe todayThe
The terrific blast toroTout toroToutthe toreoutthe tore out outthe
the entire end of the building buildingin
in which the he girls b is were sleep sleeping sle sleepin p ping ¬
ing in Man Many of the girls were weret wereLLUWll wereL
L t LLUWll iuwn uwn from their beds by tho theshock thoshock thoshock
shock shockForced shockEoro shockForced
Forced Eoro to Leap From Windows WiaflewsThe WiOOewsThe WindowsThe
The flames burst so quickly from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the the debris feat several were usable usableto unableto We Weto
to escape down the theb1aial blazing stair stairways aWrways sledrways ¬
ways and wera forced to leap fww fwwteocmestory fMIRoop fuesalfeoandstory
teocmestory oop story wl8 windows window oMl AH wer w i fti lhtheir iitheir ftitheir
their night nig twothes clothes and a DUMber nnwberfell DUMberfell numberfell
fell unotfneciau uncll unoduaclous 1soio1Nl from terror and andosurh aadexposure ad adexposur
exposure P Pjured osurh s to the chilling c1t DDg wind In Injured lBjured ¬
jured juredMiss juredMiss
Miss 1158 Florence Bfeeell sixteen sixteenEast sbtnEast sixtenEast
East Hartford Con C IlB cut bruised brwfcwdand bndIIodand bruisedand
and internally injured dying dyingsSliss dyitt dyitt1t1 dyingMiss
Miss 1t1 s Hester Gould Gou1 sfr sixteen aWO uws ft Hartford Hart Hartford EIrtford ¬
ford Conn intdcaally injured red dy d r ¬
ing 9 9I
I Miss ss May ray Kellogg Kello fifteen tite4UI1ifolOke tite4UI1ifolOkerass Holyoke HolyokeMass Holyoke31ass
Mass rass burned ettt and bruised brul bri god ed out outif
if 1
Cuje z vJe Not Yet Known KnownTl KnownTb KnownTlr
Tl Tlr a of the explosion explo kn bag not yet yetn yetjean
jean n 4K 4 i J lpld C JIS hiss ajis Kellogg Kell occupied occupiednxn 0C occupieda QJIIed QJIIedn
a nxn n r v til tk t e Unit floor dirwecly T vrer c cn
n 1 and KIM Bissell and lid idesoorreaponding ides Mteei MJ MJcorresponding
i corresponding apartments en MId enNt
Nt id d floor ftoorast floorast floorant
ast tore tor out both floQrs noqrs Miss Mtaee MJ MJs Missa
a e s bed fell Into the cellar and andlandsoupngfet IUIdlanded andlande
landsoupngfet landed lande upn upnght t so clos clo clone e to th the furnace fuinaeothat rureetbat furnacethat
that the young women was scorched scorch d by bythe DYeh bythe
the eh heat heatMiss heat31iss t tMl
Miss Ml s Bissell Bi 1l and Miss U Gould were nit sitting nitting 1IJtttlng
ting at a table n their room when w the thefloor tiletloor thedoor
floor yawned Beneath eDU1lb and they went wentdown wentdown t tdown
down in a smother of splintered splin splinDrlok baaing baaingbrick beamsbrick
brick and mortar They were wereso wedged wedgedso
so tight in the wreckage that it took tookthe tOokthe tookthe
the rescuers re cvers more than aa a her hftj c t te telease n nlease re release
lease them
Fire Raged Furiously FuriouslyThe Furi61tS1yrhe FuriouslyThe
The fire was raging l1Ii r furiously furtou Jy te a the flemeantime da8rneantimuand themeantime
meantime rneantimuand and streams of water ha IIId to toW tobe 0 0w
W w played constantly oa t the rescuersand rescuers rescuersand
and and victims alike aUk to to save them tb lll from fromdeath tnmdeath fromdeath
death in the names namesIt flameIt flamesIt
It waS believed beUev among the ret reton refugees refugeeson
on the campus that the unfostunates unfostunateswere unfos unf unfw u tim timw
w were < r e being roasted to death deatherul aped HV HVersJ siceril
erul o of the t girls r18 were so soto c cto
to join in the le work of rescue rescueInstructress re cue cueInstructr tbo tbolnstructros
Instructress Instructr + a and attendants attendantspelld wm wmforce
pelld pell d to use U force f rce to keep keeprushing k 0 0pell
rushing sushi u 110 t o the thethe bteaiBg i iTlie l lrile
rile teachers were powers powerstiie power kPfi 0 0tile Q Qtie
tile panics which raged not Re ReERstman ncLastn 1 1Eastman
Eastman Lastn an but In tte other otherImmediately ot otImmad1atelyater wres wresimmediately
Immediately Immad1atelyater after the exptOMttt exptOMtttTHE e expo en enTHE o oTHE
Temperatures are hew ew for the theexcept s season seasonexcept asoa asoaexcept
except in Montana and are very low in inthe Inthe inthe
the Gulf States Stot the line Un of freezing frwztegtemperature freeztagtemp freezingtemperature
temperature temp rature extending almost te the theThe dteco theCeaBt
CeaBt CeaBtThe co
The weather will be fair tonigHt and andThursday andThursdny andThursday
Thursday in the East and South with wfchfreezing withfreezing withfreezing
freezing temperatures > in the east C 011 011and Galtand 1C 1Cand
and south Atlantic Atlantic States except eastern east eastern eM t tern ¬
ern Florida where however there will willbe willbe willbe
be frost down dow through the central per porStorm perU perrm perlion
U lion lionStorm
Storm rm warnings warnln 3 are displayed OH the theGreat theGreat theGreat
Great Lakes except Chicago biflgean biflgeankee Milwau Milwaukee MII9IU1kee ¬
kee and Duluth seeticnThe section sectionThe seetlenThe
The The winds along theviniddte Atlantic Atlanticcoast AtlaaUocoast Atlanticcoast
coast will b btf L + fresh and mostly weeterly weekgrlyon weeterlyon ellterlyon
on the south Atlantic coast fresh north IsEthwest northwest z zwst ¬
west to north l rth on na the east Gulf shiest shiestlight eeast eeastlight t tlight
light to fr fresh h northerly becoming mlng mlngIable var varlable var variable ¬
iable and on the lower Lakes freak fr to tobrisk tobrisk tobrisk
brisk southwest to west westSteamers we weStettmeni westSteamers
Steamers departing today for JIIIlepn Suro Surop Ontopean
p pn an iHttts tOrts will have D ve fresh winds wi JIMItly meetIv most mostly ¬
ly west to southwest unsettled U 8ettied Wedntsday Wed Wtdnasday WednusdaY
nasday fair Thursday to UM UteBank QMMd QMMdBanks GtilqulBanks
Banks >
9 ha u In m
12 noon t 12
1 p m m < <
2 p m rtu w wSun 048 048SJJN 411 411si51
si51 SJJN T TABL1g TABL1gSun TAUt1 TAUt1Sun
Sun sets s ts today iodiy IT ITSun a aSun J4 J4SUn
Sun rises tomorrow tomorrowTIBB tOIMll W WTIDE
High water today 222 222pm pm pmLow
Low Lo water today 905 pm pmHigh pmHigh
High water U1er tomorrow 31 5Iam am 326 32 r lUll lUllLow > ra
Low water tomorrow l42 4 am nm1 laitt 1a1DD 1a1DDHARPER8 p pHARPERS pj u uHARPERS
Potomac cloudy and an + I Shenandoah clear

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