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I I1 ar r tonight Friday tonsri I Y and andFriday andI nf t i s J m nIt a ft t + ug on C t + me t lAs lAsN FINANCIAL FINANCIALWt N n ION IONI
I CO i < i t tNUMBER II 1 1N11111B Wllb Wt b Gto Closing oalr let N t + t Y YNUMBER Stock s lock Price Pricei a
NUMBER N11111B 4900 ag oo WASHINGTON ASSINUTO N THURSDAY EVENING NOVEMBER 14 1907 190 t 7 PRIce ONE CENT
Walsh Persecuted Persecutedin
in Bankers Revenge RevengeHis RevengeHis
His Counsel Asserts
Rivals Forced oe oeto rc d Examiners Examinersto i I Ito
to Close Banks and andBreak andBreak
1 Break PowerTaken Power Power30000OOOkTaken Pover30OOOOOOTaken
30000OOOkTaken 30CO00 0 0 Taken From FromChicago I IChic
I IMethqds
Chicago Chic go Capitalist CapitalistHis CapitalistHisMe His HisMethod
Method Methqds Me t od + s sCHICAGO Like Others OthersCHICAGO OthersCHICAGO
CHICAGO N fwr v 14 14TM The Lttora attorneys for foeJohn forJIhn forJohn
John R Waflbh ire banker baalr now nowon > nowon > 01 01on
on trial tr make UM u t e declaration that he hedid JMdld liedid
did nothing but what every big 1 banker bankerin
in the country is s dohlg doimrat at all times ttm and andlie and1j
lie 1j 1 e was wa picked out for a mark becauseIsis because becauseIiis becau becaulds
Isis rivals want to get t the bualneM 1 he helias hehas
has controlled ntcoUed for years yearsThey YelLThey yeareThey
They accuse those tho e who they say In Inspired Jospired lnspired ¬
spired his h il exposure and prosecution with withLaving wttkhJving withhaving
Laving obtained as much of W him holding holdingas hold holdas holdas
as they could under an II understanding understandingtiiat understancUngtlat
tiiat t at he would not tot tw prosecuted prosecutedThey pIOMCUtecLThey proaeoutedThey
They say 7 the bank examiners knew knewof kfte kfteIf knewof
of If his hi methods for three years y before beforetheir Betoretl1eir beforetheir
their final action was taken and that it itwould Jtwuld itR
would R uld not have been taken tak but for the theronoerted thelerted theorcerted
ronoerted lerted demands of rival money kings kingsWalsh kingWalsh kings11alah
Walsh was forced into liquidation when whenat whenat whenat
at the height of his h l power > > 01er By suddenlyimpelling suddenly suddenlycompelling uddenl uddenlJmpelUng
compelling him to reveal lite h transac transactions tran traneactlons ac acCons ¬
Cons his financial enemies put him in ina ina ina
a position where the examiners had no noalternative noalternatlle noaIernatlve
alternative but to close clo his banks banksIt bankIt banksIt
It was UlstluMd d today that before hia hiaenforced hltlD hlaenforced
enforced D forced retft Pwttnement + saaent t Walsh was re reqilred noqll1ed reqlred
qilred 14 1 gI ottter banks Me W eoal eoalauds eoalmcls eoalands
ands stoq stole quarries rie8 stock and bonds bondsEii bnndsj
z1 Eii j L dgafi dg ea and ad electric company until out outor outIf outof
or If a fortune oC cwoa VMOQiOM he only basAAOM has hasHe U UIIMOII
IIMOII left hdtHe leftHu
He was wa fclso made to sign promisory promisoryri JIOIDIeoQTAes
ri TAes < 4es during clada < < Ave ftvy years for fMVMCd 1h The Thenotes TheTIn Theantes
TIn notes I tS are secured urecl by his hi railroad hold holdings hoIdlrgs holdirgs ¬
ings in southern Indiana If the notes notesan notesare totesart
an not paid Id on maturity his railroads railroadswill raliroadliHI rail railKil
will HI be Mixed seledHis I IIlls IIUs
Ills attorney claim persons nIOP high In Infinancial Infl1 hsfnanci
financial fl1 fnanci nclll + i affair who will profit by byal
Valshs al hs Inability to sell the railroadseve railroads railroadsj rallroadeive
j eve < ve prevented him im thus far from dis disposing dl5hfing dkn ¬
posing n stng of them themMURDERESS
MURDERESS S k E f
HELD IN HOSPT HOSPTAL HOSPTALAuthorities AL ALAuthorities
Authorities Afraid Ada AdaCross A d a aCross aCross
Cross Mind Not Perv Pervmansntly Per Permanently PermanentlY
manently Restored RestoredNotwithstanding RestoredNot RestoredNotwithM
Notwithstanding Not NotwithM iedtag IS the fact that she is isnow Ienow Isnow
now reported by the St Elisabeths In Insane lRsane Insane ¬
sane Asylum ybam authorities as having fully fuMyrecovered ruUyrtovered fullyrecovered
recovered her normal condition eondltlon Ada AdaCross AdaCross AdaCross
Cross the negro convict who stabbed stabbeda stabbedwoman
a woman convict to dead with a pair pairof pallof pairof
of scissors SC last April while in an in insane inFane Insane ¬
sane frenzy will in all probability be belield bel1 beheld
held l1 td at that institution for some II me time timeto UBleto timeto
to come comeThe comeThe comeThe
The officials at the Department of ofJustice orJustice ofJutUce
Justice where the ease was referred referredafter referredafter referredafter
after the warden of the Ute MoundsvUle Moundsvtlieprison MoundsvUlepiison XOUndavillepI
prison pI ison refused to take the Cross woman womanhick WOManh1ck womant
t hick believe that in spite t of the ap apparent a aJtrEnt aparenl ¬
parent arenl cure We M would develop eiop the thef same sametrouble sameTrouble
trouble f if she e were remanded to jailagain jail jailagain jailagain
again againAt againAt againAt
At the asylum this morning morn11t it was waspai wuaitl waseaii
pai eaii aitl l Ada Cross C was la a normal BOI men mental mental Mental ¬
tal condition and oowM be discharged dlacbargedacording dischargedai dltlc uge ugeacrordlns
acrordlns ai cording to the regulations recu1a Olul of the in institution Institution Inrtitution ¬
stitution stitutionTnder stitutionrnder rtitutionLinder
Tnder no circumstances ctrt will thewoman the thewoman thewoman
woman be sent t baek to prison as theI the theAarden theNarden
I garden there ha nu absolutely refused her heradmittance heradmitbulee heradmittance
admittance admittanceThe admitbuleeThe admittanceThe
The woman will probably be held at atthe attle attre
the asylum for some time to come while whilethe whilethe I Ithe
the authorities at the Department of ofJustice ofJustice
Justice decide what disposition is to be bemade bemade bemade I
made of her b < < case caseThe cueThe vaseThe
The Cross woman was convicted four fouryears toure9r fouryears
years e9r ago of housebreaking bou1fe rea1dng and s sen sentncffl sent n ntt
tt tncffl t = need nc d to serve a term of twenty years yearsWhile yearshlle yearsWhile
While hlle In confinement she suddenly went wentviolently wentiolently wentviolently
violently insane and attacked attaek another anotherprisoner aROtherIrisoner anotherlrisoner
prisoner with s pair of shears cutting cuttingher cuttinghEr cuttingher
her so badly that site e died seon after afterward I Iward
ward
I
Charges Made MadeAgainst MadeAgainst MadeV
V Against Walsh WalshBriefly
Briefly the Government ohargos chargesthat ohargosthat ohargosthat
that Walsh did these thing thingIssued thInpI thingsIssued
I Issued I ued > HMOaOOa IItOOIOO of watered and andworthless andI andworthless
I worthless worthlO ll stock loXned money to tohimself toklr tohimself
himself klr Hlt on this stockLoaned stock stockLoaned stodtLOfLft
Loaned LOfLft d money to dummies on fic fictitious ftctltious fictitloua ¬
titious notes accepting his ewn o ortPi stock stockas stoeku stockas
as collateral ooliateralTo collateralTook
To T Took k millions of dollars deU r out Ut of his hisbanks blsMLRks hisbanks
banks for his own use without a ascratch a aKnLWt aacratelt
scratch of s pen t to show bow ow 1Ie 1Ielad heebad e ehad
had borrowed bona > ec1 a cent centForced eeAtForc eentForced
Forced Forc his It bond department to buy buyhis buYhis
his worthless bonds at par parPaid parPaJd parPaid
Paid the bank back principal and andinterest andInterest andinterest
interest if Ms ht enterprises succeeded succeededkoeplim1 MleeIMdedk mdcceededkeeping
keeping k the profits profitsLet Pfoft prongLet l lLot
Let Lot the bank bear t the full loss lossIf 10MIt lossif
If the Ut enterprise enterprl failed failedBought faJh4JJ failedBought
Bought J Ught bonds at low rates sold aotdthem aek1them soldthem
them to his bank at t par sad aactpweedthe aactpweed anCpbteedthe placed placedthe
the difference to his his Dersoaal Deno tll ac account aacouat nocomet ¬
count countKent couatKept cometKepi
Kent a private set of fceeks 1t ks in inwhich InwbJeh inwhich
which b he recorded reeord his profits profits N Ats by bythese bythese bythese
these transactions transactionsBryan transactionsCURRENCY
CURRENCY 1CURRfNCY 1 PLAN PLANIS PLANIs
IS OPPOSED BY BYTHE BYTHENEBRASKAN
THE THENEBRASKAN THENEBRASKANBryan NEBRASKAN NEBRASKANBryan
Bryan Says Banks ShouldNot Should ShouldNot ShouldNot
Not Force Country to toJA tori
ri JA C e tQ M 0 d tTla mp i iM I
s
CKEVKLAND CLEYELAND OhJe dhle te Nov 14 14The 14ThePr 14 TH THPrew The ThePram
Pram Pr today prints p rrt an It interview with withWttHam wttkWtUkm withWilliam
William J Bryan secured at Fend Du DuLac DuLac DuLac
Lac Wi W Via in which wblehncler the D DesNcratic DesNcraticleader teenUie teenUieleader
leader ncler deo declares tres aealnet JlUIt the national D onal onalminliJtration ad adrainiatration administration
ministration plan for an elavtic cur ourrencY currency ¬
rency 001 outlined In statement by Frail President PrMltlfIlt Fraildent ¬
dent Roosevelt and ad Co Comptroller ptroUer Ridge RldgeJy RtdtIeb RtdtIeThe
Jy b
JyThe
The Press says saysMr says7dr Y YMr
Mr Drxan wa was shown th the statement statementof tement tementof
of Comptroller Ridgeiy that the beat beatsolution at atuUOn
solution uUOn of the tight ato 1QOIHt mosey ey problem wa waa waa was wasa
a law lw giving national bunks the power powerto pOwertn powerto
to iafMe Currency on certain asets ts other otherthan otkerI otherthan
I than Government bonds Mr III Bryan ae deucuneecI dotuLneed
nouneed this plant Iall act inade inadequate I uate and anddangerous anddangerous 1M 1Mdan
dangerous dan and said that tb t its c fleet would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be to aid the scheming Kastent banks banksI baak
I believe beUevetJte the Democratic De nocratJc party is a aunit aunit aunit
unit in opposition to such a plan de declared decJarl dedared ¬
dared Mr Bryan Jf elasticity is isneeded S SDeeded isneeded
needed it ought ou t to be supplied by the theGovernment tMGovernment theGovernment
Government but by no change in bank banking bankIn banklag ¬
lag In currency currencyI
I do not believe that the Eastern Easternbanks EluJterJibank Easternbanks
banks should be allowed to force the thecountry tltecountry thecountry
country to accede to tfteir demands for forasset forasset forasset
asset banking Such a currency would weuidenlarge wouldenlarge uld uldenmrse
enlarge liabilities at the very time when whenmany wbenIIUUI whenmany
many IIUUI depositors are afraid that liabili habiittles liabilities lla1 llt lltttM ¬
ties are already too great greatCon greatControlled greatControlled
Con Controlled trolled as they are by Wall Van Street
it would be criminal folly to allow Uow the
New York banks bfmk to obtain a firmer grip gripon gripon gripon
on our financial system systemAn aytemAn systemAn
An elastic currency should be in the
hands of our Government instead ofspeculators of ofspeculators ofspeculators
speculators who by inflaming the pubHe pubHemind ptlWIemind pubilemind
mind over conditions would eontrel pontrelprices eontrelprices Ofttrelprlce
prices aid nd hold the people at thoumercy their theirmercy tholrmercy
mercy mercyCOLLEGE mercyCOLLEGE
mercyIIUflfflMG COLLEGE BURNING BURNINGONE BURNINGONE IIUflfflMGONE
ONE STUDENT DEAD DEADPBORIA DEADPXORL DEADPgORIA
PBORIA HI Nov 14A message messagejust JDel messagejust 8ge 8gejuat
just received here says ys that Monmouth MonmotttirfIllhfels MonmouthIHlnete JolonmolUIaUlnels
IHlnete College is burning and that thatone tllatone thatone
one studenthas been killed l by a a falling fallingwall faUl fallingwall g gwaJL
wall
Features Without Without WithoutParallel
3 Parallel in in Next NextSUNDAYS ex exSUNDAYS 3
SUNDAYS TIMES TIMESFIRST TIMESFIRST
FIRST RemarKable Remarl able account of the most astound astounding astounding astoundan ¬
ing an feat ever performed with an airship airshipfhe airshiphe airshiphe
fhe he hegreatest greatest greatest triumph ever Known in inaerial inaerial inaerial
aerial navigation navigationSECOND navigationSECONDRevelations navigationSECOND
SECOND SECONDRevelations Revelations of a startling discovery made madeabout madeabout madeabout
about the Greenough statue Story of a atreasure atreasure atreasure I
treasure and a conspiracy that stirred stirredand stir stirredand ed edand i
and nonplused all Americas secret PoI3c2 po police polic ¬
lice liceTHIRD lic licTHI I3c2THIRD
THI THIRD D American riches lure the Japanese to con conquest c conquest n nt
t quest The T e MiKado hopes for or BILLIONS BILLIONSjfc BILLIONSf
lIi jfc f A A indemnities Capt Richmond Pearson Pearsonth
rr th article i
DOUMA OPENS OPENSCZAR OPENSCZAR
CZAR PLEASED PLEASEDWITH PLEASEDs
WITH OUTLOOK OUTLOOKAssembly
Assembly s seen1y Promises PromisesWork to toWork toWork
Work Hand in Hand HandWith HandWith Han d dWith
With the Court CourtHebrews CourtH CourtHe
Hebrews H He brew breysFear s Fear Question Questionof
of Emancipation Emanclpatlo1ot An n Will WillNot Willot
Not ot Be Settled SettledST
ST PETERSBURG PETERS tmG + Novi Nov No 14 HTho 14Thegird The Thethird
third ttirddo douina ma opened at 11 a m to today today today ¬
day The sessions 1iHMi io S are being held heldin holdin heldIn
in the Tauride Palace Troops fill fillall 1111all filla11
all the streots in the th vicinity of theassemblys the tneassembly theaembITs
assembly meeting place Only Onlythos0 OnlythOfilo Onlythose
those who come on O oro official business businessare busin6SSare businessare
are allowed to enter the palace palaceThe palaceTho palaceThe
The deuma does not seem likely likelyto
to be a vary popular body It will willoartainly willrflAtnly willoartatnly
oartainly rflAtnly l be e monarchistic in its itssympathies itsYJripathie itsYt
sympathies If Yt tiPathess The radical element of ofthe ofthe
Ifthe
the population will undoubtedly undoubtedlyhate undoubtedlyhate undoubtedlyhate
hate it for this thisTho thisThe I IThe
The government has not dealt dealtfirmly dealtllnnly dealtfirmly
firmly enough with the people The TheCzar TheCAr TheCzar
Czar and grand dukes dulc 8 regard it ithowever ithowever ithowever
however with more favor than any anyof anyof anyof
of its predeceaeors Unless UnlesS unox un unpeeted unexpected j jpected
pected developments occur it It prom promises promjltCiJ promises ¬
ises to be on excellent terms with withth withthe withthe
th the court courtThe COIUtThe ooarfThe
The initial session in both houses houseswas houseswas houseswas
was ushered in with divine services servicesami servicesaDd servicesand
aDd the staging of the national an anthem anthem anthem ¬
them themKiehokui themNiehON themieholea
Kiehokui Hoj HO Horaltiof kioiT a distin distinguished distingui distinguiahQd ¬
guished gui Oetoberiut has been elected electedpresident electedpreatdent electedpresident
president of the douma The selec selection selection selection ¬
tion was a general surprise though thoughHomaki thourhHomak thoughHrmal
Homaki Hrmal iarff < rif is accetpable to the thecourt theQOurt thecourt
court pttrty which was expected oxpoctedto oxpoctedtotJM o oJs othe
Js tjjMtjflsJMrifle the a of ofll a prosutant prQ8idQDtIt president presidentIt 2 2It
It was exported a xPtSGted eated that t the emanci ¬
patton question qe tlon would come up at atthis atthis
this tbt session n but tltd theJTebrews t llebrews Uc rews have havelovt havelost
lost all hope of any a1t such actionThe action actionThe actionTIle
The race r e question is grave here and andleaders andJeaden andleaders
leaders of both sides admit it is one onethat onetbt onethat
that should be settled However it itis itis itis
is not thought anything will be
done doneBlow doneBlow
Blow Up Assembly AssemblyPlan AssemblyPlan AssemblyL
Plan of o the e L Reds RedsScheme RedsScheme 1 I IScheme
J
Scheme Announced AnnouncedBERLJX
BERLIN Nov I Y 14 HThe The third Russian Russiandouma Russiandoum Russiandouma
douma stands small chances af oem completing oempIuR oempleting ¬
pleting < < its work without an outbreak outbreakof outbreakof
of 0 terrorist violence in St Petersburg PetersburgDespite Petonthuf1Vte PetersburgDespite
Despite Vte all peHee p Hee precautions pree utlen thereds the thereds thered
reds red succeeded in scattering hand handbills 1tdbills handbills ¬
bills broadcast throughout the city last1 last1night It Itnight lastnight
night announcing their intention to blow blewup blowup blowup
up the assembly a eem1 ly Russian Ru lan Terrorists Terroristsare Terror1 ts tsare
are not in the habit of making emptythreats empty emptythreats emptythreats
threats and no spot in the empire has hasever haseviK tag tagever
ever been more closely closoJ guarded than is isthe Isthe isthe
the Tauride Palace PAl ce today todayThe todayTla todayThe
The Tla new douma is regarded as 8 a mere meretool meretool moretoot
tool in the court partys hands it was waapacked wa wapacked waspacked
packed with monarchists the radicals radicalssay radicalssay radicalssay
say by Government manipulation of ofelection ofelection
election electionTh 01 electionThe tlCtlcm tlCtlcmTIt
Th The legislators 16fjd lators were guarded to the theTawrWe theTa theTauride
Ta TawrWe rlde Palace their mea meeting meetings ting place placeHisses placeHIe placeHisses
HIe Hisses es and threats greeted thorn as s they theyappeared theyap theyappeared
appeared ap red on the streets streQ There woulduNioubtedlY wouldundoubtedly would wouldundoubtedly
undoubtedly have been violence but for forthe torthe forthe
the overwhelming display of militaryforce military militaryforce militarytorce
force forceIn torceIn forceIn
In the windows of the Aqueduct build building building ¬
ing 101 opposite oppo ite the Taurlds Palace ma machine machlpe machine ¬
chine guns are mounted commanding commandingtic4 ommnndlngtlu
I th tlu tic4 thoroughfare in both directions directionsBattalions diroctionsBattalion directionsBattalions
Battalions of infantry are lodged inother In Inother Inotber
other nearby buildings ready rood to re resrond rerond rest
srond st ond to riot calls and mounted soldiers soldierspatrol soldierslJItrol soldierspatrol
patrol the entire city cityThe cityrhe cityThe
The intention radicals here say is to tomake tomake tomake
make the douma impress the th world with withthe withthe withthe
the countrys loyalty lo aIty to the Czar and andto nndto andto
to take advantage of the therirnpression rirnpression rirnpressionthus impression impressionthus Impressionthu
thus thu secured to seek further govemmeat govern government government ¬
ment loans loansThe loansT loansThe
The T e assemblys real leader Is Gutch Gutchkoff GutchkQtr Gutchkott
koff a prominent member of the Oc Octoberist Octoberlst Octoberist
toberist party and author of the sum summary summary summary ¬
mary court martial whose verdicts have havecost havecCst haverest
cost hundreds of lives throughout ti1fou hout the theempire theempire theempire
empire in the past 8t few months monthsThe monthJThe monthsThe
The St Petersburg metropolitan An Antonius Ant Antenlus
tonius t nius has already made an address to tothe totbL1 totho
the as assemblymen emblymen urging them to sink sinkall sinkall sinkall
all political differences and work for forthe torthe forthe
the countrys benefit Like the most of ofthe ottbe ofthe
the others ho is generally regarded as a ahcpelese ahcpele ahepelese
hcpelese hcpele case caseOf ClUteOt caseOf
Of the 442 44 of the douma two are He Hebrews Hebrews Hebrews ¬
brews twenty twenty Poles ten Armenian ten tenMuseelmen tenMus
Museelmen Mu Mus elmen and the rest orthodox Rus Russians RUflrlans Russians ¬
sians Eighty per cent of the entire entirebody entireb entirebody
body b dy are conservatives including 15 per percent peri percent
cent of members of the Union of Rus Russkm Russkn
fslan > skm people the courts court s favorite reac reactionary reactioRry roactionary ¬
tionary organiaztlon organiaztlonStations organlaztlonStations organtaztionStations
Stations Discontinued DiscontinuedOn
On Sunday November 17 when the
Pennsylvania Railroad occupies the New
Union Station at Washington the th sta ¬
dens at Navy Yard Benning and Dean Deanwood Deanwood Deanwood
wood as well as the station at Sixth Bstreets B Bstreets Bstreets
streets Washington will be discontinued
Changes will be made also In the time timeof timeof timeof
of a 8 few local trains between Baltimore Baltimoreand BaltimOreand Baltimoreand
and Washington for which new time timetables tltnetables
tables should be consulted consultcdAdv Adv
L
7 > < 7J
Mrs Bradlej Brad1e Collapses CollapsesWhen CbilapsesWhen
When Witness Imitates ImitatesShots Imitatesr
r Shots Thai hat Slew Brown
Bradley Trial TrialChronology TrialChronology TrialChronology
Chronology ChronologyTriaf
Trial Tria opened opened1 10 a m mMonday mMonday mMonday
Monday MondayPostponement MondayPostponep1ent MondayPostponement
Postponement tk t e en enimmediately nimmediately n nimmediately
immediately immediatelyTrial immediatelyTrial immediatelyTrial
Trial resumed10 resumed 10 a am am am
m today todayJury todayJury todayJury
Jury c com completed completedii o m p pIe 1 e Hd radii
1115 ii 15 a mGovernmenri m mGovernments mGovernmen
Governments s c ca caSe caSeOutlined a s e eoutlined eoutlined
outlined by b Aiafent AiafentDistrict Asia AasiattintD mt mtD
District D i s t rlcf r icf Attorney AttorneyTurner AttorneyTurner AttorneyTurner
Turner TurnerTestimony TurnerI TurnerTestimony
I Testimony started lriCtt i
1130 11 1130First 30 30First v vT
First wneaDat1 wneaDat1T D DT
T Neion Neon
Photograph of Mrs Annie M Bradley Taken in intheCeurt the Court Room Where Si S e Is on Trial for Her Life on theOharge theOhargeof the Charge Chargeof
of Having Murdered Fermer Seaator Brows of Utah UtahL
L
n i2 MEN MENWHO WHO WILL JUDGE AS ASTO ASTO ASOF
TO GUILT OF MRS MRSL BRADLEY BRADLEYJAJCES
I
JAJCES L PEK2HSY publisher fortyeight years old IS Rhode BhodeIsland RhodoIala1id RhodeIsland
Island avenue northwest married and has children childrenW1LLIAAC cltik1r childrenLLTr1M B BVILLIAM
W1LLIAAC LLTr1M B l REISS flftj fif tJ years rs old bookkeeper 1413 141 Xeneaaw Xeneaawavenue K Kave Keneaawavenue
ave avenue e northwest married bas chUdron chUdronSXITH c1tiWrcm8fITH ehilelresnSMITH
SMITH ADAM colored twontyt twentylour twontriur our years old uwtertsiker 1 M Cf Cfstreet C1street C Cstreet
street street southwest single singleDANIEL singleDANDtL singleDANII
DANIEL DANII L A NEWMAN j VMAN ilftythree years old grocer grQC r 11M J Jstreet D Dstroot Dstreet
street northeast married and ha half children childrenALEXANDER chilclrenALE childrena1LEL1
ALEXANDER a1LEL1 ALE NDIR TDE11I M COLE fortyfour years oW 01 < 1 grocer 1315 1 Four Fourandahalf Jrourandablf Fourandahalf
andahalf street southwest t married marriooj1l and has children childrenJULIUS akUdrenjULJus childrenJULIUS
JULIUS A PRIQO fortyeight years yo rs old ldbo bookkeeper kkQapar sa SI Four Fourteenth Bar Barteenth Ottr Ottrteentll ¬
teenth street northwest married and Bd has ohiWxon ehiltronJAMES ohiWxonJAitE ohiWxonJ
JAitE J JAMES Es L WHITBSIDE f fortyitvo orty ve years old builder 1038 loll Law Lawrence Lawrence Lawrence ¬
rence street northeast north ast married and has children childrenJOSEPH childrenJOSEPH childrenJOSEPH
JOSEPH C HARTLEY thirtyeight thirtjeightyears years old aoffee merchant merc nt
611 E street southeast southeastJULIUS 8OltheutJULIUS southeastJULIUS
JULIUS VEIDT IDT thirtyfive years old watchmaker 1314 Ninth Ninthstreet Ninthstreet inth inthstreet
street northwest married marriedJOHN marriedJOHN marriedDorn
JOHN SWEENEY SWEE EY fortyseven years old paintojc p int 114 Georgia Georgiaavenue G 3gQria 3gQriaavenue rgl rglnvcnuo
avenue southeast southe st married and has children childrenSAMUEL ohildrenlUEL childrenSAMUEL
SAMUEL lUEL R GARVER grocery clerk residing 13Q ISO H street streetnortheast street strectnortheast streetnortheast
northeast married m rried no children age fiftyfive fiftyfiveWILLIAM 1IftyfiveWILLLUI iiftyflveWUJLI4t3
WILLIAM H RUPBRTUS decorator 732 iJ 32 Twelfth street marriod mar married marded ¬
ried and has children age fifty fiftyThe fiftyOUTBURST fiftyOUTBURST
OUTBURST OF TEARS TEARSBt TEARSBY
Bt FRAIL PRISONER PRISONERAROUSES PRISONERAROUSESSYMPAThY
AROUSES AROUSESSYMPAThY AROUSESSYMPAThYtrial SYMPATHY SYMPATHYThe
The trial of ofMrs Mrs Annie M Bradley charged with the murder of offormer offormer offormer
former Senator Brown after a day and a half spent selecting a jury was wasbegun wasbegun wasbegun
begun in earnest shortly before noon today Before adjournment was wastaken wastaken wastaken
taken five witnesses had been heard all of whom gave testimony con concerning COIlcerning concerning ¬
cerning the events at the Raleigh Hotel December 8 last when Senator SenatorBrown SenatorBrown SenatorBrawn
Brown was found mortally wounded in room 268 with Mrs BradleY B adley as astestified astestified astestified
testified today standing at the foot of the bed in the same room roomIMITATION roomIMITATION roomIMITATION
IMITATION OF FATAL SHOTS DRAMATIC
The most dramatic situation of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the day and the hardest moment so sofar 50far sofar
far for the defendant was when whenMiss whenMiss whenMiss
Miss Josephine Kidwell a maid at atthe atthe atthe
the Raleigh at t the time of the theshooting th thshooting theshooting
shooting indicated by rapping upon tiponthe uponthe uponthe
the desk in front fro t of the witness witnessstand witne witnessstand a astand
stand to illustrate ilIustJato the time which whichelapsed wl1ichelapsed whichelapsed
elapsed between between the two shots which whichshe whichshe whichsub
she heard in Senator Browns room roomadjoining roomadjoining roomadjoining
adjoining her herThe herThe herThe
The courtroom was as still as asdeath asdeath asdeath
death as Miss Kidwell IpdweU was asked to toe
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ner and as she with calm calmdeHbera calmdeHberation deHbsration delibera deliberation ¬
tion rapped loudly with a a small smallhammer smtnhammer smallhammer
hammer less than a seconds s conds ti tinpart tiupart time timeapart
apart Mrs Bradley began to cry cryapparently cry cry3ppnrently cryapparently
apparently totally unable to con control control control ¬
trol her grief griefA
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eral moments mOD ep her appearance being beingso
so pathetic pathat cthat that even a stern aternvisaged sternvisagedbniliff sternvisaged
visaged visagedbniliff bailiff sitting near her en enContlnued enContinued enContinued
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NEW EXGEPTI EXCEPTIONS EXCEPTIONSif NS NSFILEO
FILEO U TODAY TO TOGAS TOGASGO1DECISION
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GAS GASGO1DECISION GASGO1DECISIONCorporation CO DECISION DECISIONCorporation
Corporation Counsel CounselSays CounselSays CounselSays
Says Auditor Payne PayneErred PayneErreq PayneErred
Erred in His Find Findings FindlOgS FindIngs
ings ingsCorporation lOgS lOgSCorporation IngsCorporation
Corporation Counsel Thomas today todayWed toda todaAIed todayfled
Wed ia the Bquity Court additional ex exceptions exe exccptlea ¬
ceptions e < JtIOBS to the findings of law and fact factMMMle facttrade
MMMle 41 by Auditor Payne in the petition petitionof
of the Georgetown Georb toVI Gas Light Company Companyfor Companykr Companylet
for authority to Increase its chares o ocapital of ofcapital ofoapltal f
capital stock stockFour stockJJour stockFour
Four new exceptions are added to the tbeoriginal theortstnal th thoriginal e
original bill of exceptions filed by MrThomas Mr MrThomas llrT
Thomas T omu In them he questions the con constlttitkmalky conMltutloalky constttstiaalky
stlttitkmalky of the aot relating to the thesale theale th thsale e
sale of e gas in the District Dtstrlcto of Columbia Columbiathe ColumblI Columbiathe
the jurisdicton of the court to hear the thefacts thetacts th thfacts e
facts in the matter and pass upon the thelaw thelaw th thlaw e
I law as applied IIp Ued to them avers that the thecause tbeOILuse th thcause e
cause at the bar Is not a uC38e case wIth wlthio wIthIin withI
Iin I io the meaning of the Constitution an andeclares and andd d
1 declares d eJr Auditor Payne erred in not re requiring requiring roquiring ¬
quiring proof of submission of theproposed the theproposed theJtlOposed
proposed increase of capital stock to the theshareholders Oleshareholders th thshareholders e
shareholders of record of the gas light lightcompany lightcompELDY ligh lighcompany t
company companyThe compELDYTbe companyThe
The addition to the bill of exception exceptions exceptionsfollows s
follows followsM followsle
M That the Auditor erred in not notrequiring notrequiring no norequiring t
requiring proof of the submission of ofscUd o osaid
scUd 8Id propose propo proposed EI Increase of capital stock stockto s sto stockto tpck
to the stockholders of record of said saidcorporation sai saioorporatlon d doorporaUon
corporation
11 That this cause Is not a case casewithin cue cuewithin casewithin
within the meaning of the Constitution Constitutionof Con Constitutioof tltuUon tltuUonor n
of the United StatesL States
12 L That this honorable court has hasno hasno 1f 1fno
no jurisdiction jurI dlctlon to hear and determine detormlnothe e
the pending matter
13 That the act of Congress en ¬
titled An Ac Act Relating to the Sale o of f
Gas Ga In the District of Columbia ap approved approved a aproved i ¬
proved June S 18SS Vol Va 2 Supp to Rev RevSt RevSt RevSt
St U L S Chap 35 3 p 601 is unconsti ¬
tutional and void in that It attempts to toImpolie t timpose o
impose a nonjudicial nonju lcltd duty upon a tribu tribunal trlbual tribunal ¬
nal al exercising the judicial power ef the
Constitution Con tttutlon of the United States StatesLWESTON StatesjVESTON StatesYESTON
LWESTON RESTS NINE HOURSHAS HOURS HOURSHAS HOURSHAS
HAS 521 MILES TO COVER
BUFFALO N Y Nov 14 HAfter After aninehour a aninehour aninehour
ninehour visit here part of wMch time timehe timehe timehe
he devotedto rest and delivering an ad address adGt address ¬
dress Gt to 8 large number of his admirersat admirers admirersat
at Young YOun Mens Christian Association Associationhall
hall han Edward P Western Wepton again took uphis up uphis upbls
his pedestrian journey journ y westward today todayheading tpflayheading tQqaybMdn
heading bMdn for the th lake lak la road on his hike
to Chicago CZt ft mile mil distant distantWestoa distantWe distantWeston
Weston We toa passed Derby N Y walking walkingat W 1k1ng 1k1ngat
at a brisk gait and said he was netat net netat netat
at all 11 fatiguedEnvelopesEnveloPesEnvelopes fatigued fatiguedEnvelopes tatluedEnvelopesEnvelop
Envelopes EnvelopesEnvelop EnvelopesEnveloPesEnvelopes EnvelopesEnveloPesEnvelopesPhone Envelopes Envelopes EnvelopesPhone EnvelopesPhone
Phone Main 4S10 S1 for samples mples and prices
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CHANCELLOR CIIANCELLORIN
JN IN BATTLE BATTLEWIT BATTLEWITIIBOARD
WIT WITIIBOARD WITIIBOARDCoo BOARD BOARDSchool
School Coo Superintendent SuperintendentMay SuperintendentMay SuperintendentMay
May Lose Place ace aceIs It ItIs ItIs
Is Said SaidHe SaidHe SakiHe
He Replies RepliesSays e ies Says a s le leHas HeHas e eHas
Has Done DoneTheir DoneDuty DoneNDuty =
NDuty Duty DutyTheir
Their Positions PositionsI z
I am m an officeholder b bprofession by byprofession byprofession
profession I shall not re resign resign resign ¬
sign sign
Superintendent Chancellor ChancellorIf Chancel1orIf ChancellorIf
If the pupils interestshurt interests interestshurt interestshurt
hurt the superintendent the thesuperintendent thesuperintendent thesuperintendent
superintendent will have haveto havetotake to totake totake
take the consequences consequencesThe
The Board of Education Edttcat1ouSuperintendent
4 4Superintendent 1 1Superintendent
Superintendent of Schools Chan Chancellor Cbancellor Cha i icellor ¬
cellor is in danger of losing hision his posi position pos postion ¬
t tion ion as the head of the public school schoolsystem scbooII schoolsystem
I system of the District of Co Colurafafa ColurafafaBy CoJum u iI iIBy a aBy
By unanimous vote the Boardgsf BoardgsfEducation BoIlrd BoardfEducation f fEducation
Education set aside last evening e even n n tbe tbeefforts tiieefforts t tefforts
efforts of Dr Chancellor to intro introduce intmduce kltmduce ¬
duce Latin and German into the thecourse fhecourse thecourse
course of j study > y for the seventh and andeighth andeighth andeighth
eighth grades gradesThis gradesThis gradesThis
This action of the board was ordered or ordered ordered ¬
dered by a resolution which made madeit madeit madeii
it plain that in the judgment jud ent of o f lie Hieboard lieani ieboard
board ani Dr Chancellor had acted aidwholly actedwholly adedwholIy
wholly without authority in i chaag c cing clug
ing the course of study studyDistinct studyDistinct y yDistinct
Distinct Rebuke RebukeIt
I
It was the understanding ofboard of f fboard ika ikaboard
board that tl1a this action ravelpet b iaroiv yob ad a udistinet Ddistinot adistinct
distinct and unmistakable uundatak e eto jr rebate ttk ttkto 4
to the Superintendent Superlntendentaad Superlntendentaadmembers autlmembers and many manymembers
members of the board bold BcI tba4 t1Ia4i t in inview inview firview
view of it Dr Chancellor has Jt6JMJ Jt6JMJalternathc BO noalternative BOalternative
alternative save to toUr resign resignDr resignDi
Dr Chancellor in a sta statement stat tetatat to toa 110a t0a
a Times reporter r porier today nafeee RIAl sakes it itplain UIp1aintkat itplain
plain p1aintkat that he has not the sHgktwi sHgktwiintention sJI1r sJI1rintontion sllu slluintention
intention of resigning rc reef i iDg in and DdtJtat that ha hawill Jibwin hewill
will contend in answer a Swer to
thfe ac action a ation notion ¬
tion of the board bordt that t he e has tY done downnothing donenothing de6nothing
nothing beyond fuun1i fulfilling diraqt dtr imi imistruetions ilL ilLstruotions iastruetions
struetions from the t e board boardThe boa1 boa1The boardThe
The expectation among pOIsS pOIsSordinarily persensordinarily p rs s sordinarily
ordinarily well informed M to toschool toschool t4school
school conditions is that tJta if Dr DrChancellor DrChaneeUor 17rChancellor
Chancellor persists in this tJd atU attitude attitudethe attftw1othe ride ridethe
the board bO rd will r receive e ive chxfes obese obeseagainst chxfesagainst
against him hbnto to the effect that ho Ifshas hohas 0 0lias
has wilfully exceeded his authority authorityand alItheIityand auther autherand
and subsequently undertaken to digavow dig ifeavow t11 t11aow
avow his own written orders on1e on1eproceed orderssad orderssadproceed < 1 1proceed
proceed to hear them formally
If that course shall be followed 19 J Jis
is the further expectation octattoa tfcal Dri Dr DrChancellor DrChancellor
Chancellor will wB be re resnovtMU resnovtMUDr reJll vtti tl 41 41Dr
Dr Chancellor Replies RepliesDr
Dr Chancellor made the foDowfog tonwt g
statement to a a reporter for The Times TIIM lxfes
this afternoonYost afternoon afternoonYou afternoonYou
You may say for the SMperintenAMt SMperintenAMtof sperIft tsatdatf t tof
of Schools that the Superintendent Supertn t has
had today a lonjr 10 6 ceaferene leftfele ee wit the
heads of the various depanmeHta af f
tectod f ctod in this matter and ttntt tbtresult a as a a
result of the conference he te akao a aYpy
lutcly convinced that all he has 00m
has ha been to carry out to the Artiest
extent the unmietakbte unml tkble orders ef tho
Board of Education EducationThe EducationThe
The Superintendent has h a i la h 119 w wexceeded Wl
exceeded hi his Authority
As for to the talk of my reaiamHe reeI
there Is absolutely nothing nosh hi it it f
am an officeholder by Profe8 profession Nl ta amtn L la laTHE kJTHE
THE WEATHER REPORT REPORTThe REP GRT
The weather will continue oonu lair to ¬
night and Friday and prpbSetlehp protMMy Se4w SN
day in n the Bast and South without wtt lOut
temperature changes chang of much cew CIIft CIIftquence ceps
quence There will again be b 1uf1y 1tta y
frosts fOsts or t freezing temperature tonit tol1i temit i I t t
in the South Atlantic and Mast Calf G 1 It
States Stat s JncludiHT lneludhl northern Florida
The winds Iads along oJIIg the Middle Atlantis < Jcoast j jcoast
coast will be fresh westerly Jy on tla t ti
South Atlantic coast light northerly aorth rlyi rlyion 0
on the East Gulf coast COlUtllcht light north t rnortheast tnortheast tnortheast >
northeast awl on ta the lower ower lake
fresh northwesterly feoowralng variabW varia lie
Friday
Steamers departing today for to I3n FiIIropenn F Fropean
ropeon ports port will have hay fresh wesu W8hwinds westd y ywinds
winds with fair and Del slightly tly coast col colw
weather w ther to th the Grand Bsjiks RankaTE31p1CRrLtCpIlB r rTEMPKJlA
TEMPKJlA TE31p1CRrLtCpIlB TE31p1CRrLtCpIlB1Q
> 10 n m
12 1 noon 10
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SU SUN aN T TAKLB TAKLBSun TARLJISun TABL TABLSun
Sun sets today > dny 413 < 4
Sun rises tQII tomorrow tomorrowTJDJR tQtnofOW W 641 641TJDttTABLE 6UTIi714
TJDJR TJDttTABLE TJDttTABLE10gl1 TABLE TABLEHigh TABLEInglt
High water today 336pTn 3 36 p pour 111
Law water today t day lfri4 IfiHpni pni m
High water tomorrow tom temorpow rPOW 4G0am 400 460 am 42 4 < i 1111 m
Low Iowwater water tomorrOWla405m tomorrowM40 tomonvw ro am 11 i5 1 lm hmHARPERS j lmHAIPERS m mHAMPERS
HAMPERS HAIPERS FERRY F1f RRY W V V8 Fa Nov 14 I
Potomac cloudy cloud and Shenandoah clear

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