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1 Rain Tonight TonightCold i aLfi ft t i E I LAST EDITION EDITIONNUMBER I
Cold and Fair i Sunday day t PNUMBER as tn g nUi e tm e
The Th e Su Superintendent P er lntendent of ofSchools f fSchools
Schools S c h 0 os 1 Will W III PleadNot PleadNotGuilty Plead P I e a d Not NotGuilty
Guilty ut 1 1 Y tot to the e Charges ChargesAttorney ChargesAttorney C her g es
Attorney A ttorne Y for f o r B Board 0 ar d Will WillOppose WillOppose W it 1
Oppose P P os e Attempt item p t to toPostpone toPostpone
Postpone P oat F FGhat one Case CaseWhat CaseWhat
What say you OU William SINam E Chancol Chancollor Chancolor Chattcttltar =
lor Guilty or not guiKyf guiKyfWith gUlIt7fWIth gulltytPlth
With Plth these theseword words the trial by the theBoard theoard theaBoard
Board oard of Education of Dr William E BChancellor EChancellor EChancellor
Chancellor superintendent uperlntende t of o schools auhbolsbegins schoolspegins suh ol olegtns
begins before the beard in In the Franklin Franklinschool FrUlkUnIiOhool Franklinbohool
school building at 2 oclock this afterszoon after afternoon atternoon ¬
noon to determine whether he shall hall be bedismissed b bdlsml8 bediamlased
dismissed dlsml8 ed for Incompetency and Ineffi Inefficiency lneftclency inefllcioncy ¬
ciency cioncyAfter clencyAfter ciencyAfter
After the pleading Not guilty DrChancellors Dr DrCbanoellof DrChanoellors
Chancellors s attorneys will ask for forpostponement a apostponement apostponement
postponement of further action In the thetrial thetrlaJ thetrial
trial setting forth that they will need needtwo nEedtwo needtwo
two more weeks for the proper prepar preparation Ireparnllon preparation ¬
ation of their clients case osaaPostponement casePostponement oasePostponement
Postponement OpposedStuart Opposed OpposedStuart Opposedstuart
Stuart McNamara Mcl + famara the boards attorney attor attorney attorn ¬
ney n y will object to the postponm po postponmsat tponmttnt at AfraleNamara Mr MrMcNamara I
McNamara will suggest eugge t to the board beardthat boardthat I Ithat
that the taking of C the testimony of o the theboards tbeboards thebeards
boards witnesses be gone through withMonday with withMonday withMonday
Monday Tuesday Tue day and Wednesday Wedne day and andthat andthat andthat
that the defense deteo e be allowed all wed until the thefollowing thefollowIng thefollowing
following Monday to get their tbe < lr side in inshape iWshape i ishape
shape shapeTno shapeTun shapeTun
Tun position 01jUlon of o the board is that Dr DrChancellors DrChancellors DrChancellors
Chancellors attorneys have already alreadytlat alre alreadyhail dy dykid
kid a week to o llepere their eM and andt1at andtlat
tlat the peetponraent Indicated will give givethem gintbtn givetlctn
them another week whleh wit make maketwj JlketWJ staketwo
twj weeks In all al for preparation preparationA reparatlooA
A great gr t t part of the evidence oa both bothsiiies bothsides bothsides
sides In the trial wilt be documentary documentaryThe documentaryThe
The hearings R will 11 be be open OMl to the public pubilaCreed publicCreed publicCreed
Creed M Fulton of the firm of LeckieIulton Leckie LeckieFulton LeckieFulton
Fulton k Cox Coxrtltoie who ho Is handling handlingDrChan handlingDrChanf Dr Chan Chancellors Chanllols ¬
cellors f llols interests in the ease said today todayDr todyHDr todayDr
HDr Dr Chancellor knows the Board ofEducation of ofEducation ofEducation
Education will dismiss hint but he is isnut 18IOt tot
nut t iit the kind of man to K go without withoutmaintaining witkeutrrlaintalnl wiUteutnraintalnln
maintaining rrlaintalnl r his hi rights rlgb We will ailp prove provenot provet
t We pUb ublfc c that Dr ArCitascellor Ch eeUol should shouldnot oho ohonot u
not be bepdiarolesed dismissed dt m1 Hd and Bel that dJatthe the board isnot Is lanot Isnot
not conducting the the schools c Oo1 properly rly It ItTviU Itw Itar1
TviU w i1 then be up u to the rU1 public Je to say saysvuat MY11t sayc
svuat c 11t at further action apcUon shall shah be takenthe taken ii iithe 11the
the case caseJndtes c cAaenil ae aeJUdzes
Jndtes J nil It ItFriends sa Authority Questioned QuestionedFriends Q es oned onedFrlend
Friends of the beard take the position positiontoday p pe ition itiontoday tfon tfontoday
today that nothing will come of the theletter thettter theletter
letter which was submitted to the Jus Justires justHfS lustices
tires of the Supreme Court of the Dis District District Dtsrict ¬
trict late yesterday eBterday afternoon aft8Di by Dr DrChancellors Drchancellors Drthancellor
Chancellors s attorneys making rnakin sensa sensational 88DMtonal sensational ¬
tional charges char g goral against qaln last t the board boar in n gen general gent ¬
oral t > ral and against Prof Pro Ih Evennann + erntasn and andR andR andR
R R R R Horner In particular They claim claimthat clalmthat claimnil
that the Judges nil g es altho although ug h they the Y Ypower have the thepower thepower
power to appoint the board have h ve no noauthority noauthority noauthority
authority under the law to dismiss them themand themand themand
and therefore tlere il erefore < re no right to cite the mem rsemhers members members ¬
bers of the board to trialDr trial trialDr trialDr
Dr Chancellors attorneys actors are l silent silenton silenton silenton
on the rumor that they wfltlater win tvl ter apply applyto aplyt applyto
t to < the court for an injujfetlon in u lox to restrain re restrain restrain ¬
strain the board from discharging dt cbarglng Dr DrChancellor DrChancellor Drhancelloc
Chancellor Answers Answersla
la the charges charg filed with Chief1 Justc Jus Justice JustIc ¬
tice tIc Clabaugh by Dr ChanoeUers attor attorneys attorneys attorneys ¬
neys it Is stated ataiedThat statedThat statedThat
That the board held secret meetings meetingsintrary meetingsntrary meetingantrary
ntrary to law and traded tradedOts tradedOtsThat votesThat votes votesThat
That Dr Svermann t + vermann on one occasion occasionca occasioncaled
ca caled led the superintendent a dd d d fool fooland fooland fooland
and has done everything possible po CNe toKleist to tohinder tohlnl3er
hinder and retard the work of thesuperintendent the thesuperintendent thesupenntendent
superintendent superintendentThat supenntendentThat superintendentThat
That R R R R Horner another member memberof memberof memberof
of the board tried to compel the super superintendent superIntendent superintendent ¬
intendent to give gtV a geed position to one oneof oneot ensof
of Homers friends friendsThat trlec trlecThat friendslfiat
That the board held an unlawful se secret Becret secret ¬
cret meeting meet1 g about bout November 14 and andxuerward anderward andrerward
xuerward erward called ci led on him for his resig resignation re resignation lg lgn ¬
nation n t1on which is contrary fttrary to the statute statuteThlch statuterhich tatuteThlch
Thlch provide that the superintendent supsrlntendentshall superintendentshall suMKintendentshall
shall be allowed to attend the th meetings meetingsof nteet1ngor
of the board boardThat boardThat boardThat
That Dr Evermann ermann deceived the th board boardas IHMardas boardas
as to the manner In which he pur purchased purchased purchased ¬
chased a large number of text booksThat books booksThat bookslhat
That the board unlawfully promoted promotedcolored promot + d dcolored da
a colored teacher to be principal of the thecolored therolorod
colored 01010 < 1 normal school despite d plte the superlntendLnts super superintendents superInten ¬
intendents Inten < 1 nts protest protestDUNN protestDUNN protestUNN
Bids for the erection of a s new school schoolbuilding ackaolbulldJng choolbuUlJlng
building at t Lincoln and Prospect Prospectavenues Prospectavenues Prospectavenues
avenues avenues were opened by the District DistrictCommissioners DttttrietCommlloners DhtirfotContmiasfonera
Commissioners today to a7 James JamI M Dunn Dunnwas Dunnwas Dunnwas
was the lowest bidder his 1 8 price being beingI533 bolesiaa38
iaa38 21533 21533Other I533 I533Other
Other bidders bid dens and their t het r figures ti r were wereR wereR wareR
R B Humphries IIumph Hu pries le 531810 3M 11 Pavarinnl PYrlnn1arren A AWarren dCt
t Warren V amen n8 J 21 W B B Knell 2lIH l i F PJ FJ
J Brinkley 53718 D T J Meltom J eltota Sti 81
450 Burgess Burge R Barson 13at ron Sfd9t6 Sfd9t6TI 2 2TH Mf MfTHE
Temperatures remper tures continue high 1 gk for the theseason UtaBfaBOn theseason
season in the Atlantic States and the theNorthwest theNorthwe theNnrthweet
Northwest l but are nearly nea normal else elseThere elaetchere lee leeWhErp
WhErp WhErpIhere
There 1 here will be rain tonight tonl < < bt in the SouthAtlantlc South SouthAtlantic SouthAtlantic
Atlantic States and on < < upper up 1 Ohio Valley Valleyfollowed Valleyfolowed Valleyi
followed i tlowed by b generally fair weather Sun Suntuiy Sunoa Suntins
tins oa and rain in the middle Atlantic and aadsouthern andsuthent andd
southern pom portion ien of the be New England EnglandStates EAglatlStlites sglau sglauStatesprobabl
Statesprobabl States probably continuing Sunday Sunda over overthe OftSth overthe
the th greater renter portion portion rUon In the eaet east Gvtf GvtfStates GulttatdJ GoffStatue
Statue States tatdJ and lower Lake region the theweather thewf thetreather
weather wf > ather will be generally fair AIr tonight tonightnn tonl tonlun tonightearl
nn earl l Sunday SundayIt
It will be ccWer tonight foal t and Sun Sunday Sunday Sunday ¬
day in the east Guli aDd a south Atlan Atlantic AtlnUc AUantk ¬
tic States and colder Sunday la tAosouthern the thesouthern theB
southern B uth4rft portion ex e the Middle MJeJdI Atlantic AtlanticStates At1aBttcStatu AtasticBtatea
States StatesS
T Tll lgRd TiRC E EJ
S a m M m 80I3
12 J noon o rN1N = R
1 p raT m 48 8
2 P aa aa 43 43k 4iSUN 4BSTN
Sun sets today tftd 4M3 448Sun 4M3Sun 44SSun
Sun rises rl ee tomorow tomoIJ9w tomot eW C St StTID > Fr FrTIDe S STIDVTABLK
High water today 1036 pm pmLow pJ1Low ptaLeer
Low water today 9b9pm 9b9pmHigh It pm pmHigh pmRJgh
High water toraew 11 UMataU16pm UMataU16pmLow 31lta Mam 1116 pm pmlx ptaLow
lx Low > w water wat tomorrow tomorrow63 53 > anu b3f 5 53 2 pm pmM
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0 I AM SO WEARY IEA Y IMrs I IMrs Tltlrs
Mrs McKensier McKensieL McKensie McKensieDeserter
1 r
Deserter L se t r of f Her I Babe BabePaces babeP
Paces P c s Cell All Night NightTotters NightTotters l ig1 ig1o
Totters o ters Before fore Judge JudgeJustice JudgeJ Jt d dJustitice
Justice J stice Brown Expresses Sympathy SY 1pathy for Young YoungAvtman YoungW YoungWomanShe
Avtman WomanShe W manShe She May Be Sent to to House of MercyWile Mercy MercyWhile MercyWhile
While Case Is Investigated
Mrs Olive McKensie oKensle who left hermonth her hermonthold hermontkold
monthold month old infant on n the step of of former formerJustice formerJD5tlce farmerJustice
Justice Henry C G Browns home Thurs Thursday nurday Thardday ¬
day night will not go on trial until untilTuesday ultIlTueSday untilTuesday
Tuesday and evon e siren en then It IB doubtful doubtfulIf
If t the young youn mother will be ooMpeiiad ooMpeiiadto
to face the court as S she will waive a ahearing abearing ahearing
hearing and an effort will be made to tohave tohave tohave
have her admitted Into the House of ofMercy orMercy ofarercy
Mercy until the case can be further in investigated iuvestJpted investigated ¬
vestigated The offense with which she sheis sll sllis siteis
is charged Is punishable pun lh8ble by Imprison Imprisonment imprisonment imprlaonment ¬
ment tor two years yearsJustice yearsJustice yearsJostles
Justice Brown was at the PoUoe Courtthis Court Courtthis CourtU
this U s morning and expressed great sym sympathy symp sympathy ¬
pathy p tby for for the young oung woman H He In Inquired InQuired inqutred ¬
quired particularly for tor her and ex expressed exles expressed ¬
pressed les ed the hope that all things might mightcome mthtcome mtshtcome
come right rightIt rJghtIt rightIt
It developed today that the right name nameof nameof nameof
of the young woman Is Olive Morris Morrisand lIlonisand Aforrisand
and that before going to the Homeopathic Homeo Homeopathic BomeoIMLthlc ¬
pathic Hospital Rosplta1sbe she lived at t the Cairo Cairoapartment Calroapartment Cairoapartmeta
apartment house and at Falls PaJl Church ChurchVa ChurchVa ChurchVa
Va At the Cairo this morning it was wassaid wasaald as asald
said ald that no one either by the name nameof nameof sameof
of Morris or McKensie had been regis registered rqlstend ragietered ¬
tered there thereMother thereMother thereMother
Mother Almost Collapses CollapsesMrs CollapsesMrs CollapsesAirs
Mrs MoKensle or r Morris almost col collapsed 001lapsed oollapsed ¬
lapsed this morning when she was wastaken wastaken wastaken
taken from the House Hou e of Detention to tothe tothe toUte
the Police Court where sh alto was ar arraigned arraJpPd arraigned ¬
raigned She Is scarcely more titan thantwfcntythree titantWbJuythree titantwrattythroe
twfcntythree or four our years old small atuaUin smallin smallin
in stature ture and with a genteel fac race thatshowed that thatshowed thtshowed
showed this morning all too plalnl plainly themental the themental themental
mental sufferings through throw h whfeh whlehj whlehjshe she shehad he hehad
had ItUsed wed Btnee aband abandeNn lng g her tel in infan infont
fan font t
Recognized Reco g gn n i zed by b Y Czar and andChinese andChinese u rld
Chi Chinese n ese Officials OfficialsIm OfficialsImprove icialsIm Im Improve ¬
prove roe Educational EducationalClasses EducationalClasses E ucatlona 1
Classes ClassesWith
With even a larger attendance than thanthat thanthat thanthat
that Sdhleh hleh Ieh marked the openiag o1t8Bl g the thesecond thesoOnd thesecond
second days session ses lon of the International Internationalconvention InternatloBaloonv8l1Uon lnternatiesalooaveattoa
convention of the Young Mens Jens Christian ChristianAssociations ChristianAMoclatlons ChristianArsocfationsopened
Arsocfationsopened Associations opened In Continental Hall Halltoday Halltoday Halitoday
today Vice President Pr sident William E Sweet Sweetof Sweetof Sweetof
of Denver Col was in the chairThe chair chairThe chairThe
The principal speakers of the morning morningwere mornln mornlnwere mornhtgwere < <
were Frank Gaylord of Russia and the theRight theRight theRight
Right Rev Logan H Roots Bishop I16 bop of ofHankow orHnnkow ofHankow
Hankow China Both spoke ef the es establishment esrabllshntent 8 8tahU ¬
tablishment tahU hment and growth of the associa associatlon u association oota ootaUon
tlon in these far countries and Ad o of the thegreat thegre titsgreat
great gre t work which has been done espe especially especially eeperdalty ¬
cially in the thq th last few years yearsMr yMrSMr yearshit
Mr Gaylord grave a graphic descrip description deacrlpUon descrlption ¬
tion of the system now in vogue In n the theRussian theRUliSlam theRussian
Russian associations StiOC1 ttoJlS and of the Im Immense ImJDense Anmanse ¬
manse struggle the they theyorganlaatlon organisation has hashad hasbad hashad
had in n finally gaining Wing the recognition recognitionand recollitionand reca Ilion Ilionand
and the th moral and d na financial het heljrof hIf of the theofllcials theofUcl ihooflldals
ofllcials ofUcl ls He told of the distant manner mannerIn manutrII meatierit
In II which the establishment of associa associations aS aseoeirtrUons OC1a OC1atlOlUi ¬
tions was flit fi t received in t ikt L feOuntry feOuntryIU1d eountry eountryand eountryand
and of how after first galnS ca1nl gain tne tfle con confidence contldence conndenca ¬
fidence and sympathy of tbu tb Russian Russianpre Russlunpr8 Russiangreys
pre greys < H b > the people had begun to be in interested intere interested ¬
terested tere ted in the movement movementRecognized movementRecognized movementRecognized
Recognized by Czar CzarIn CzarIn CzarIn
In speaking speakl g ef this UII phase of his sub subject subject subject ¬
ject Mr Gaylord said ald in part partin pflrtl8 partlte
l8 lte highest emota ot8dals of Russia and andIn andin
in fact even the Emperor mperor of that ex extensive extelUShd estetasfva ¬
tensive country have finally recogiuacd recoguuudthe recogtnaerithe recogiuacdthe
the great good 00 < 1 which I ie being accom accomplished aecompllsb aocompllshed ¬
plished pllsb by our orgaulzation They not notonly notonly notonly
only realize that th the Y M C A 1m 1mvrovcs imvcsthem m mprovrs
vrovcs vcsthem them morally and intellectually intellectuallybut InteUectuaU InteUectuaUbut
but they hatte ha hat come to know that the theassociations theaMlOClaUons theaaasociaUons
associations Are re turning out men who whowhen whywhen whowhen
when they attain ttaln their majority maj rlty will willmake wUlmake willmake
make such citizens as Russia has never neverknown neverknown neverkuots
kuots known knownBishop knownBIshop n nBishop
Bishop Roots spoke along the same sameline sameline sameline
line in regard to the work of o the asso association assodetJon assoelatlon ¬
ciation in China He said that theretoo there theretoo theratoo
too the Government had finally of officially offtclally offkialty ¬
ficially recognized the broadening effects ef effects effects ¬
fects and influence Infiuen for good which the theYeung 11eYoung lireYsung
Young Mens Christian Association A98Oc1 ttoil has hasover buOV8l hasova
over the coming generation and that in inmore inmore inmore
more ways w Js than one have the officials officialsdemonstrated otftclalsdemoDlltrated offtclalsdemonstrated
demonstrated that they are more fa favorably faorbly favorably ¬
vorably inclined toward the Young YoungMens Youngrlens Youngelses
Mens Christian Association than they theyare theyare theyare
are toward Church missionaries ms Ionarie He Hecalled Hecalled hieDolled
called attention to the fact that in all allthe allthe atithe
the many disturbances which have haveswept hvEtJ haveswept
swept this country those associated associatedwith 8B66Cttedv1th asseoiatedwIth
J with the Young Mens Aien s Christian Asso Association Association Aasodatlon ¬
ciation have been immune from attacks attacksof attackof attacksof
of fanatical natives natNesSwiss nativesSwiss naUesSwiss >
Swiss Leader Speaks SpeaksR
R R SaraafnWarnery president of theR the theworlds tteworlds
worlds R orlds committee and a a native nath e of ofSwitzerland ofSwltzerl ofSwitzerland
Switzerland Swltzerl nd delivered the briefest ad address address addreas ¬
dress of the morning mornln Among mong other otherthings otherthings otherthings
things he called attention attentlo to the num number numof number ¬
ber of associations In Ills fatherlandContinued fatherland fatherlandContinued fatherlandContlnued
Continued on Second Page PageI Pagers5
I 135 I S to Baltimore and Returnvery Return Returnivory
ivory 00 Saturday and Sunday via I E E1f7lvania ran ranylvanla n nlvania =
ylvanla lvania Railroad Tickets good rng rsjKirn rsjKirni r rIng
Ing ng until Sunday night All artrains ar artrU1ns
i trains except e cepi Consrcaaioaol C n a ol1al L IMuted IMutedAdvt telL telLdvt toiladvt
Advt dvt s
Her eyes were red with th weeping and andthe andUte andthe
the matron said that she sh had net slept sleptthe slcopttM sleptthe
I the entire enUr night She could net be persuaded per perguaded perutded
guaded > > to eat anything this morning morningand mornlnlM morningsad
and M the only thing > that she he could saybetween say saybetween saybetween
between her tears was 0 I am so soweary soweary soweary
wearyShe weary wearyShe wearyShe
She Appeared to be very weak and on onthe onthe onthe
the verge of giving way Every little littleattention littleaUt littleatention
attention aUt > nUen to her oomfort Vas givon by bythe bythe bythe
the kindly matron ma lron In charge and when whenshe whcnbe wh
she be left the House of Detention to get getInto getinto g ginto et
Into the Wg waon that was to carry carryher carryher carryher
her to the Police Court she carried abig a abig abig
big box several small packages pack ges and Jd ahand a ahand ahand
hand satchelall her h r worldly goods goonsComes goodsComes GoodsComes
Comes From Columbus ColumbusLittle Columbust
Little can be learned of the young youngwomans ywvngwersans Oung
womans womaJ people In n Columbus Ohio Ohiowhich Ohiowblob Ohiowhist
I which she says Is her home She told toldfew toldfew toldfew
few facts about herself either at tho thoHomeopathic thoHomeopathic ihoHomeopathic
Homeopathic Hospital or at the House Houseof Housoof Houseof
of Detention To the matron of that thatInstitution ttatInsUtuUolI hat hattnettiutios
Institution however the distracted distractedyounff dlstraotedYOrl diatraotedyoung
young YOrl mother told how she suffered the thenJght thenlcht thenl
nJght nl ht she had left her baby on the stops stopswhen stopswh9R stopsvrhen
when she realized that she had a oom oomfortable comfortable oomfortable
fortable bed for the night and the little littlewaif littlewaif littlewaif
waif was alone in the streets streetsAt streetsAt streetsAt
At the hospital this morning it was wassaid wasKId wassold
said that Mrs MoKensle or Morris Morriscame Morriscame Aforrfecame
came there about a a month ago a O She Siteleft Sheleft Shelett
left there last Thursday afternoon She Shedid Shedid Shed1d
did not register rel ter at the Raleigh and ha has hasgiven haJJgiveR > l lgives
given no account about where she the spent spentthe spentUte spentthe
the intervening latervenl g time betwKtn betwl on n Thursday Thursdayafternoon Xhursdayattemoon bursdayafternoon
afternoon and yesterday when she was wasarrested wasane wasarrested
arrested arrestedShe ane arrested6ba tell tellSbI
She went to the Raleigh Ralel rh yesterday yesterdaya yesterdayaAd yesterdayand
and a td said that a package would Domethere Dome oomethere OOInethere
there for her In the meantime a detective de detective detfettve ¬
tective from roar a department store went wentto wentto westto
to the hotel to apprehend the woman womanWhen woman1t
When 1 1t bes she ire came In the th olerk pointed pointedher pointedbv pointedher
her out to the detective and her arrest arrestfeUowud arreetCelSowud rreet rreetfelfeWtxl
1 I IW
W JL J Bryans B rY rYT an s Cure CureFor CureFor
For T r or Financial snanc snancZ Ills illsn
15 > Z Laws of Congress qrell qrellmixed veUn gellmined
mixed n mined xod as follows followsLaw followsLaw followsLatin
Law removing ramovin g gmanufactured tariff from all allmanufactured allmanufactured
manufactured goods that enter enterinto enterinto enterinto
into oompotition with trust trustmade trustmadearticles madc madcarticles
i articles
Law providing that Govern Government Government Government
ment shall become guarantor of ofall ofall ofall
all deposits depo lf in national banks banksthe bankst1u banksl116
the banks entering into the theagreement theagreement theagreement
agreement to pay all lossespro lossesprorata losses lossesprorata pro prolata
rata to the amount amo nt of their de deposits doposit deposits ¬
posits positsWilliam positW1tJam positstiVlltfam
William Jennings Bryan called at atthe atthe atthe
the White House to pay his respects r Spects tothe to tothe tothe
the President Prest dent shortly BhorU after 11 oolook oclockHe oolookHe OolookHe
He had been In the executive office only onlya
a few minutes rnlnut When tr nen exSenator James JamesK JamesK TamesK
K Jon of Arkansas arrived to intro introduce Introduce introduce ¬
duce f lends to the President It isacid Is Issaid fsMid
said ther did not meet fIltt 3n inth6 ffie j office ttfce for forthey torthey forthey
they were ushered into pltterent different apart apartments apartments apartraents ¬
ments and Dd remained rema1nedi hpat apart t while they theywere bfJ bfJwere hey heywere
were under the Administrations Admlnlstro onzs roottree roof rooftree roo rootree
tree treeColonel treeColonpl treeColonel
Colonel Bryans visit was made with wititin withIn within ¬
in a afew few minutes mlnut s of the departure of ofRepresentatives ofRepresentatives ofRepresentatives
Representatives Payne and Dalzell whoannounced who whoannounced whoannounced
announced emphatically that therewou13 there therewould therewould
would be no tariff revision during the thecoming tileoomlng theDoming
coming session se 8lon of Cqngress CqngressI
I am an evangel of confidence confidenceas confidenceaswell confldanceasveil as aswell
well as 2 a victim of It Colonel Bryan Bryansaid Bryaneald Bryansaid
said with Ith a smile when asked If he hehad hebad hehad
had any remarks to make about the thefinancial thettnanclPl theflnanclet
financial situation I do not Irnow Irnowenonigii lonowenough 1nowertough
enough about the law under which they theyacted theyacted hey heynoted
acted to o authorize me to make anycritiolsme any anycriticisms an ancriticism
criticisms or remarks about It It scorns scornsto scorns scornsto seemsto
to me however that the Government Governmentwent Governmentwent Governmentwent
went at the theproxtsltian proposition in n the wrong wrongway wrongwaytho wrongwaythg
waytho way the remedy ought to be begun atthe at atthe atthe
the othjr otr x end The first thing needed neededIn neededIn neededIn
In this crisis Is to inspire confidence confidenceamong confidenceamong eolidencoamong
among the depositors The best way to todo todo todo
do that would be for the Governriient to tobecome tobecome tobecome
become the guarantor of the deposits inthe in inthe 1nthe
the banks
WouldBe Wonld Be Small SmallTea SmallTeaThis Tax TaxThis TaxUThls
UThls This could be done easily quickly and andInexpensively anllinexpensively andInexpensively
Inexpensively by passing a law which whichwould whichwould trhlchwould
would bring all at 11 the national banks un under under under ¬
der the plan Let every bank that Is un under under under ¬
der Government supervision supen iglon be com compelled c m mpelled ¬
pelled to pay p y pro rata according to the theamount themount ihoamount
amount of o its deposits the loss to thedepositors the thedepositors thedEpositors
depositors of any bank that fails The Thepercentage Theperoentlge Thopercentage
percentage ef loss to the depositors of ofbanks ofbBks atbeaks
banks within the last ten years ears has beenless been beenless beenle6
less than w lenth enth nU1 of one per cent We Wecan Wean o orn
can an only fudge thefuture by the past pastJudging pastJudging pastJudging
Judging toe t e future in this way wa you can cansee cansee cansee
see that the amount of loss ass will be almost al almost almost ¬
most inflnitlslmal inflnitlslmalWhen IntlnltlslmalnWhn inflnitislmalVltan
When Colonel Bryan was asked what wharhe whahe whathe
he thought of the announcements madeby made madeby madeby
by Messrs aesss ess Payne Pan and Dalzell he smiled sm110dConUnued smiledContinued smllodContinued
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KANSAS xL PSA AS > 3 CITY Mo New M 310 O D DWoodward DWO Dfi
WO fi Woodward + osdWard wanl president of the Kansas City CityPest City CityPost ClayPost
Post to Company spaay was shot t through ther1g9fF the therig thert
rt r1g9fF rig lung 1 < < an sad JMI H J T Groves Gt + ores telograpiteditor telegraph telegrapheditor t81 ra raedItOr
editor shot IIOt through the t1terJgbt right Mp tip Ip In Inthe 11 11the s sthe
the effiee of o Mr droves GJrove ai at U oclock oclockthis eeJeckthis eeloekthis
this morning by It General Horns anedlteNai an aneditertal ane
editertal e < writer of the Pest staff who whothen whothen whotheir
then ran out of the office and down downthe downUte downthe
the street streetGeneral streetG tinselG
General G l Home Hont was discharged d tebrged by Mr MrWoodward MrWeoawud airVie
Woodward Vie ward last Wednesday Weclae daT to takeoffset take takeeffect takeetteot
effect Saturday kt1K ay night Mr Home had badbeen hadbeen 1aadbeen
been jperf JKNConnIn orming his duties as usual this thisroornfasr tit tit1I1Qrn tblamor
1I1Qrn roornfasr dsg 8g and nd had just bad a telephone UiopltoaecaH telephonecall telephooecall
call returning to his hi desk and sat to there thereabout therebout thereabout
about bout five mlautes His desk is about abouttwenty abouttwe abouttWeirty
twenty twe ty feet from the door of the man ittanagiag managing DMlnaging ¬
aging editors office officeMr omc omcMr olllcslilt
Mr Woodward Shot ShotMr ShotYr ShotAir
Mr Woodward oedtverd had base in conference iseonferencewhit conferencewith eonterencewith
with Mr droves 0r0Y for some time and andopened andOpened sadopened
opened the door and started out Mr 3IrHorse MrHome 111Horae
Home grabbed e a revolver from ft + oat a drawer drawerIn drawern I
In n his desk and shot at Mr l Woodward Woodwardtwice WoodwardtwlM + eodward eodwardtales
talesOse twice twiceOne twlMDoe
One o ot the bullets bul taking effect just justunder Joetunder lustnailer
under fte IN right lung ranged rasa ed down pad padcants < xn nl nlcame < i icame
came eft ejt above aMnr the nip bone He fell fellbackward foilbark 11 11bak
backward bark mauls into the owe 0 ofbee and an Mr MrGroves ArGtot MrGrov
Groves Grov < es rushed ru forward to see who dtd iliathe dtdthe dltlthe
the shootla aitoetlttg and received ritOetv a third bullet bulletin bulletin bulletin
in the rfeht hip
General Om Home JiI < < ne then pat on his hi coat coatand oo1tand coatand
and a cog clllttr and walked out of o the frontdoor front frontdoor frontdoor
door and a town WIt the street streetGeneral atretUenaral atree atreefenerai
General Horn has been with the Pout Poutsince Puttalso
since l ce its toaagraattoH In I March 1M 1Meetntftg 1MOmlag lflbeenttsR
eetntftg hare front 00 Marshall Mo 0 where wherehe wherehe u here herebe
he left hte > sla faMIly a wife Mr and two chit children chitdren ebllBrea ¬
Prwsiaent Pnll aent Basfaoss Bue Ieu ManAir Man ManDifot ManYr
Yr Woo4ward oodward 18 one of Kansas Citys CitysIn CitysRtett
Difot In p prol arsniinjnt ttt t bt bontoess > rineea men operating operatingfrljjm operaUftCc eperatlsaPf1
frljjm c Psjg Pf1 o theaters tht here the theWBtte tJafgla
Vnm WBtte fgla Y Wood ct and the Auditorium AuditoriumilL 4txJ 4txJin
in ftdnjenoilon with Iff KJo1 Burgess JhIr of ofOmaha ofOmkha f fOha
Omaha has a theater there He te In Interested Ifttel8 ¬
terested tel8 ted in n the Union Life Assurance AssuranceCompany AHurallCdCompany AasurasaaCompany
Company of Missouri and DeI numerous ntmerotaaother numerousother JItJDeroaotber
other enterprises enterprisesHiram enterprlileHirAm entetpriaeeHiram
Hiram R Cirot Groves ea is a wailknot wellknown wellknownnewspaper weUknonneTs t tnetaspaper
newspaper neTs apel man here haviur havtuL havtu been ed editor edItor edItnr ¬
itor of the Kansas X City Ci ty tywee Time before ror it itwas Itwu
was absorbed by the Kansas City Star Sfzr13rtrse StarHjrne str1LJme
Hjrne went to the Central Police Sta Station Station Station
tion and andga gave g ce himself up
The Tb doctors say that the wounds of ofMr otfr ofair
Mr fr Woodward are serious but not
Charles A Beatty and eleven other otherheirs otherheIrs otherheirs
heirs of Charles Charl Beatty today filed suit suitin 8ultIn suitin
in the District Supreme Court against againstthe againstthe easiestthe
the trustees trut of the Presbyterian Prbte Preebytei ian Congregailon Con Congregation Congregation ¬
gregation of Georgetown G etoWJI asking far for f r a aperpetual aperpetual aperpetual
perpetual Injunction to prevent the thetrustee thetrulstee thetrubteea
trustee trubteea selling to the District of Co Columbia Columbia Columbia ¬
lumbia the site It of the old church andburying and andburying andburyIng
burying grounds on Q street George Georgetown Georgetown GeorgetoWtt ¬
town on which the District Commis Commtssioners Commissloners Commiseloners
sioners hold aa I option to purchase purcha e for fora tora fora
a a public playground The 1J e bill asks that thattitle thattitle thattitle
title be vested in the Bettty tty heirs with withthe withthe withthe
the right to reenter AIM all < < dispose or the theproperty theproperty theproporty
property proportyCharles propertyi propertyCb8rles
i Charles Beatty ws s Among dmon mong the theoarly theoarlysetUers early earlysettlers oarlysettlers
settlers of Georgetown and owned owned con considerable 001slderable cononerable ¬
onerable siderable land In 1 thth that libea section sectlonr ion and was wasone wasOne wase
one e of the wealthy weal y liberalspirited aptrlted menof men menof menot
of his hl time granting land to many pub pubproperty public public
lic objects Among his grants nts was the tbeproverty thern
property rn art In question neation w wit witstanding With the under understandlnr underst
standing st aridiny thaC that the land should be used usedfor usedfor usedfor
for a me m mgepttn ttn U > c he Presbyterian Presbyter PresbyterIan PreebyterIan
Ian Con Conga < tkja < as a a burying buryingground buryingground buryinggreeted
ground and t ti at any time when the theland theland iholand
land aLl si 111 w a t cease c tf to be used U M for tho thopurpose thopurpo ihopurpose
purpose purpo e for Wkleh KSti h it was devised devt ed itshould It Itshould Itshouid
should revert to t the heirs at law of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the grantor The deed of grant bears bearsthe bearsthe bearsthe
the date of March 28 1806 1806The l806The 1808The
The land has not been used as a site sitefor sitefor sitefor
for a church or meeting house or bury buryIn bury1nl burying
In 1nl ing e ground for a number numti r of years ears has hasbeen basbeen hasbean
been abandoned and is overgrown with withweeds witkweeds withweeds
weeds and underbrtoeh underr h The fences and andtombstones andtomb andtombstopes
tombstones tomb tombstopes tope8 have fallen down and the theplace theplace theplace
place is m an otherwise otl1 rwlse dilapidated > d con condition condItion eandttion ¬
dition ditionThe dItionThe dttionthe
The bill aayr say that the trustees of the thecongregation theconrregatlon theConXr9gatlOR
congregation were never vested 08too with withtitle withtlUe withtill
title till s in fee to this thi land nor are they theypossessed theypossessed theypas
possessed pas eased of the right ght nor or ever haveboon have havebeen havebeen
been to sell the land that as soon soon asit as asIt asIt
It ceases to be used a meeting house and andburying andburying
burying ground It revenrt to the heirs heirsMRS heirsMRS hairsMRS
Mrs Elizabeth E lizaboth Adams Moffatt widow widowof widowor w id ow owof
of Charles A Moffatt of o IndianapolleInd Indianapolis IndianapolisInd IndIana polls pollsInd
Ind died at an early hour Friday Fridaymorning FrIdaymOrning Fridaymorning
morning at the home homeQt Qf if her daughterAire daughter daughterMrs daughterMrs
I Mrs A W Tracy 1470 Newton ewton street streetnorthwest streetnorthwest streetnorthwest
northwest after a years illness illnessShe illnessShe lllnavsShe
She Is survived by tour daughters daughtersMrs daughtersMrs daughtersbits
Mrs C F Dickens Miss Adah T Mof Moffatt Iof Ioffatl ieffatt ¬
fatt Mrs F G Getzendanner and andl1r8 andl1r8A Mrs lfrsA MrsA
A W Tracy all residents of Washing Washington 1Vas V lng lngton ington ¬
ton and two sons Dr Charlos AjH AjHMoffatt 9 I Iai
ai Moffatt offatt and a nil nildlanapolls William J JMoffatt loffatt of otSh otShdlanapolls otfiit
dlanapolls dlanapollsThe dl
The Pf funeral ral will be b held at rife houss hou
1470 Newton NewtonT NewtonTstreet street northwest Monday Afondayafternoon Mondayafternoon Mondaynfternoon
afternoon November X at 2 p m TJhe TJheburial pheburial lJheburial
burial will be in Rock Creak CemeteryDistinctive Cemetery CemeteryDistinctive CemeteryDistinctive
Distinctive Printing P nting Always Best BestLet BestLetUs Let LetUs
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Potomac Potomac Is Searched SearchedFor Se SearchedFor fched I IFor
For C Craw Crawfordf CrawfordfsBody a w fords sBody sBodyWife Body BodyWife BodyWi
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Fe F er er matt at Sewetaty l3e stacT fii2Ldadr tit A dseical tIUlD l Dewey Dtv sa J W3reli WTie L J BeHcvecVto neHeved to Have Havetom Havetomedited Com ComDdtttd j
Ddtttd 51dcifJe
Pi F8nl F trtn m Alexandria to Washington WubbtctoBclO a aclose aclew
close clO M watch is It befog MIa < < kept today of f the thePotomac dNPete fitsPotomac
Potomac river In n the tit hope 110 of recovering recoveringthe recoerlacthe reeovetitqthe
the body of Lieut Joh Jo JoMt W CraMforiprivate Crawford Crawfordprivate CrawtorCprivata
private secretary sacrstar y te Admiral Ad ral GeorgeDetvsy George GeorgeDewey GeoIeDe
Dewey De ey who te bettered to have com committed eeMmltted csatmkted ¬
mitted suicide last night bJ by Jumping Jumpingfrom Ju Jufrom f ut ing ingfrom
from the ferryboat fetryt + eat Lackftwama Laolcswa which whichplies wbJchpita whichplies
plies between Washington W Z and Alexan Alexandria A1cxaadria Akxaadria ¬
driaPollee driaPolice dria driaPolice
Police of the harbor precinct are aredragging aredragging eradraggtsg
dragging the tb channel In n certain parts partsThey pansThe partsThey
They The have little hope however of re recovertar reeovermg reeovertag
covertar the body ocIy until ttlt tt t floats oU to the thesurface thesurface thesurface
surface surfaceAlthough surfaceAUbouCh surfaceAlthough
Although no one has t been n fn found rCMI > lnd whosaw who whosew whosw
sew a man Jump from the u ferryboat ferryboatlast ferryboatlut fetryboatlast
last night the pottos p WIIoe loe are certain Lieu Lieutenant LaeutenlWt Lieutenant ¬
tenant Crawford ended his hI life m this thismanner tldatanner lidomanner
manner Admiral Dewey feels positive positivehis poeitiVIthis positivehie
his secretary has mode ma e away a 1LY with him himself himself himself ¬
self A letter to a friend telling teDl g of hIM hteintention hIMIntsntion hFainiatttfon
intention to toxUl to km hirawtf the ftIIdlllc findm of ofhis ofhis r rhis
his coat and hat on On the ferry afraid 6d Ml other otherdisclosures othtrdlsclo otherdisclosures
disclosures dlsclo ure today Indicate that be had hadcarefully badcarerully hadcarefully
carefully planned to end hill hi lifeSpecial life lifeSpecial liteSpecial
Special Delivery Letter LetterAbout LetterAbout LefiterAbout
About S oclock lt night night ht Bennett AAlien A AAlien
Alien Chief hlet of the attdtttng a dtung division of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Postofflce Po tofftce Department D partment received aspecial a aspecial a aspecial
special delivery letter from Lieutenant LieutenantCrawford LkutenantCrawford
Crawford in which he said he had become be become become ¬
come involved nvof l flmuicWQiy and that he hehad hehad a abad
had decided to end 1141 it all aiL The Th Thehetter letter tter tterclared de declared declared ¬
clared that hie peculations hak baa extend extendtd extedd
td d over a period of several years yearS be beginnjn bef1nblng begdnhing
ginnjn with a small amount and in 1ncreasing ini increa
i creasing crea lng gradually until the total today todaywas todaywas todaywas
was more than lie could ever hope to topay 10pay topay
pay and that the only course ur e left tohim to tohim tohim
him was suicide suicidej suicideIt suicideIt
j It is not known knon in what mannerLieutenant manner mannerLieutenant lnannerLieutenant
Lieutenant Crawford was Involved His HSapoaitlon Hisposition Hispo
position po fton as secretary to Admiral Deweywas Dewey Deweywas Deweywas
was entirely clerical work and ft he did didnot didnot did didnot
not have the handling of any Govern Government Government 4overnment ¬
ment funds Although connected with witha
a number of organisations It te said saidthat aklthat sakithat
that his accounts are all right and thatin that thatin thatIn
in these associations he only had the thehandling thehandling thehandling
handling of small sums It is I believed believedhe believedhe believedhe
he had given notes which were comhig comhigdue comhagdue comkrgdue
due and which he was unable to meet meetCommander meetc meetC
Commander c ntmander mender Spencer S Wood U 82fthis SK SKthis SNthis
this morning received a postcard from fromLieutenant iro iroL1eutenant ironsLieutenant
Lieutenant Crawford It was Writtenwith written writtenwith wrtttenwlh
with an Indelible pencil and simply saidthat said saidthat d dthat
that he had done some work In n accord accordance accordance aixordanee ¬
ance with a request made by Admiral AdmiralDewey AdmiralDewey AdmiralDewey
Dewey yesterday afternoon The Th card cardwas carelwas cardwas
was postmarked Washington Whln n and was wasmailed wasmaned rusemailed
mailed at 8 oclock last Ja t night The ooneluslon eon
elusion was itS Goodby Crawford CrawfordWood CrawfordWQod CrawfordYood
Wood Is ConvincedThis Convinced ConvincedThis ConvincedThis
This is the first ftrttlme time Crawford eversigned ever eversigned eversigned
signed signed a note In that manner and even evenif evenIt evenif
if theee e had been nothing n thlng else to showth show showv
v gf tt < ill wid rtd d done I would have have ve known known2nfC knownk
k 2nfC s f r Iltllng iin was not right said saidAdmiral sailutiat 111 111r
< utiat IWlz Wood WoodAdmiralDewey Tood ToodAdmlrafiJeWey
r Admiral AdmlrafiJeWey AdmiralDewey Dewey was not told that it itwas ItWa3 ftwas
was believed his hi secretary had commltied com committed comI ¬
mitted suicide until this morning When Whenthe WlMtntha iben ibeniho
the Admiral arrived at hte office In the theAHHs thelnUsbulldlng theails
I AHHs lnUsbulldlng ails building be found that Lieutenant LieutenantCrawford LlputenantCrawford LieutenantCrawford
Crawford had left everything in his hisContinued blsConUnued hieContinued
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With all the ovWeaoe klelHM of loot l1Ot sub submitted subMltted substirred ¬
stirred the Government attorneys attMt1e s anti anatoese antiMMIe antilases
toese MMIe who are re conducting Mrs Bradleysdsfeses Bradleys BrnQleysdet Bradleysdefense
defense det took t advantage of the respiteBiwa respite respitegiven respitethem
given them today by the adjournment adjournmentof
of o eourt to prepare for the struggle of ofthe orUM ofthe
the experts on Monday
Mrs Bradleys attorneys are today todaymore todaymorc todaymore
more confident than ever of securing
her acquittal The last link In their tesUmony tes testimony testilllOllY ¬
timony was provided by the uncle < < t of the thewoman theWoman theroman
woman S Shrewsbury Shrew > > bury who told of the thestrain thetraln ihostrain
strain of insanity in Mrs Irs Bradleys Bradleysfamily Bratlleysfamily Bradleysfamily
family exactly similar te that which Is Ispat 18put isput
put forward as the reason for the theshooting the8bootiD thesltooUaa
shooting 8bootiD < < of Brown BrownThe BrownThe BrownThe
The ease e e of o the th defense is now dom domplete dpmplete > m mplete
plete with the le exception of the testi testimony testimony testimony ¬
mony of the experts expertsI ezperte ezperteI
001 I dont t see how the J jury ry Dan n bring brie E
In any an other verdict then tmr n that of ac acquittal acquittal acqulttal ¬
quittal said Judge Powers today The Thewoman Thewomanwaa Thewotnan
woman womanwaa was crazy and we have shown shownIt shownIt ohot n ntt
It It The expert testimony te teatimon ttmony Y Ystrengthen will only onlystrengthen onlyMreftSUaen
strengthen e oar r case caseUncle ceeeUncle
Uncle a a Great Help HelpWith HelpWllh Helpwith
With the exception ex pUon of Mrs Bradleya Bradleyaown Bradleysown
own story of her relations with Senator SenatorBrown SenatorBrown SenatorBrown
Brown no day of the last week has hasbrought hasI hasbroiight
brought Jtrou < < kt forth such favorable testimony testimonyto
to the defendant d fendnt as that introducedyeaterdaty introduced introducedyesterday Intro uccd uccdyatenlfy
I yesterday before adjournment until untilMonday untilXon untilAion3a9
Monday MondayFollowing Xon Aion3a9oibwing y yI
I Following the testimony of several of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the most prominent attorneys ttornes of Utah Utahwho Utahwho Utahlope
who knew cnew Mrs Bradley Intimately to a aprofessional aprofeaional aprofegaionai
professional and political way from fromIBM from18tJ fromltbi
IBM to IfW and who testified In sub substance substance substance ¬
stance that her love for tha th Senatoramounted Senator Senatoramounted Spnatoramountld
amounted to monomania Lyman LymanShrewsbury LmanSbllwsbury LymanShrewsburq
Shrewsbury clinched the day for the thedefense thedefen thedefense
defense defen e when he testified to Insanity in inMrs inna inJana
Mrs na Bradleys B dleys family tamll Shrewsbury Shrewsburysaid ShrewsburyMid ShretvsburYtaafd
said that two of Mrs rs Bradley s auntshad aunts auntshad awatsbad
had gone e Insane in ne one of whom was his hiswife hiswtre Iriswife
wife He also Iso said that the th predom predominant tK predominaat om omIIULAt ¬
inant trait in Ids wifes in Insanity Nty wasMr washer was washer
her belief that she had enemies whowere who whowere whowere
were eodenvoring end endc worlng to harm her at all alltimes aUtimes alltimes
times timesThis timesTAla timesTkta
This is s In accord with withraestatement withraestatementof the tiJeJstatement tiJeJstatementot statement statementof
of MaJ Samuel King of Salt Lake whosaid who whosaid whoDId
said that as S Mrs Bradley r1dIy became more moreand moreand moreand
and more wrought up over the failure o oBrown of ofBrown orBrown
Brown to fulfill his promises and marry
her she Imagined that he and a number numberof
of other Salt Lake City people poop Ie were wereconspiring weroconspiring wetsconspiring
conspiring against her with a view to toseparating tolleiarating toaeparatfng
separating herself and the Senator SenatorFoundation gena SenatorFoundation tor torFounda
Foundation Founda on for Experts ExpertsTestimony ExpertsTe8tJmony ExpertsTeriMtony
Testimony of this character lays a asound a80UM nsound
sound foundation foun tion for or the expert testi testimony tosumony testtmoay ¬
mony which it isnow is now planned for f r the thedefense th thdt thedefense
defense dt > tenlle to introduce early in the week weekIt weekIt weekIt
It is now believed beltev l that perhaps two twodays twodays
1 days will be consumed in n the Introduc Introduction Introduction Introduction ¬
tion of this expert testimony on behalf behalfof behaltot behalfof
of both defense defen and Government after afterwhleh attolWhich afterwhich
Which eomes th the rebuttal witnesses ttnesss or ofthe orthe Orthe
the Government the majority of whomare whom whomare whomare
are from Salt Lake City Although Dis District District Dlstrlct ¬
trict Attorney Baker announced earlier sarliorn earlierin earlierIn
in n the week that the evidence would wouldprobably wouldprobably wouldprobably
probably all + Hy y Thursday It Is Isnow Isnow fsnow
now apparel OF tin 111 require requtretho requtrethoenUre the thoentire theentire
entire week uments JI10nts can cannot cannot cannot ¬
not being b bc u < CQm ccmr r 2 2Should 2Should i iShould
Should this prove to be the case the theverdict thenrdlct theverdict
verdict will perhaps be returned almost almosta i
a year to the day da from the date upon uponwhich uponwhich uponwhich
which Mrs Bradley walked Into the theRaleigh theRaleigh theRaleigh
Raleigh and slew the Senator the trag tragedy trabedy tragedy ¬
edy having occurred on tho afternoon afternoonof
of December Decembertz 8 Si
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Firemen iremer Find iB Young YoungCouple YoungCouple QuD QuDou
Couple ou ern in Burning BurningHome BurningHome ur n nerne 1
Home HomeBelieved HomeBelieved erne ernee
Believed e eve Man an Killed KilledWife KilledWife e
Wife 1 e t Self a Fired FiredHouse FiredHouse Ir e
House HouseTwo HouseTwo Ou S SWO 4
Two WO Maids I S Rescued RescuedBy RescuedBy eSCUC eSCUCiremen
By Firemen FiremenAlm iremen Almost AlmostOvercome l as asvercome st stOvercome
Overcome OvercomeNEW vercome vercomeNEW
NEW YORK I Nov bv 23 23Nicb 23Nicbolas 3 Nich Nicholas tich ticholaS ¬
olas M Smith m i th fir jr and his 1 young youngwife youngwife yflttngwife
wife Grace were found shot to todeath todeath todeath
death in their blazing bltzi home 80 80Woodland 80Woodland SOWoodland
Woodland avenue New Rochelle at ati
1 30 oclock this thismoming morning mornin g gmen The fire firemen fir firmen ¬
men had hardly got ot their bodies to tothe tothe totllf
the yard ard before the house was wasmass a amass amass
mass of flames and was consumed Aimedwith consumedwith consumedwith
with its entire contents contentsLetters contentsLeU colltelltsLeti
Letters LeU 9rs rs saved by the poHce and andfiremen audfiremen a ud udfiremen
firemen along with a 11 revolver which whichlay wJ tvklehlay eh ehlay
lay on the table oa OB trhick vhiek J ek Smiths Smithsbody SMfthtsbody S + ntrltha ntrlthabody
body rested r tcd lead the poHca to be believe beliee believeamith ¬
lieve lieveamith Smith set fire re to t his own ownhouse ownhouse etcnhouse
house then shot his wife wif te death deathas deathns d th thas
as she lay ay sleeping sleepl s and acl blew bl < n out Dothis outhis othis
his own brains brainsIt braiBsIt brainsIt
It may be proved however that tJaatthese thatthese thatthese
these letters have no be beoriag b fldag rla oa the thedouble 1 thedouble e edouble
double tragedy and that the t e yoong yoongcouple yecmgcouple yetmgcoo
coo couple P Pbars le was shot hot to d cha1l cha1lbfJrst tioa Ma h ° fcjpre fcjpredonopal bit
bars bfJrst tgfig j ao ot tr flits to a t th hogoiie oWM oWMcOno to todfiZtaBal
cOno dfiZtaBal donopal l Inefa e orime erhneT orimeTwo ortmeXWoMaias
Two XWoMaias T co Maids TTscoBselwis TTscoBselwisA l conete s sA
A passerby noticed the tlt MaIM n ht a the theSmith theSmtth theSntlth
Smith residence re ldeaee and lMlgay gav gave the storm stormWhen tiannWhen g4srct1Vhen
When the police and Bremen arrived arrivedthey arrivedthey rrlvedthey
they broke In the door and D4 OH 0Ii oa thl third thirdfloor thirdfloor thirdSpot
floor found two maid almost WMOB WMOBsclous 1MGOIlsclous ttMeoascious
sclous from smoke 8 e and fear3Iy fear fearMy fruM
uM My tied dont do t ask me wh what t happen happened bappnted ¬
ed They are te In there exclaimed one oneof oneof oneof
of the women when asked Atktd where We Mrs MrsSmith MrsSmith airsSmith
Smith wasTheft was vrasThen wasThen
Then the police rueh rushed d back Mr MrSmith A fra fraSmith n nSmith
Smith was found In her hit bed She lay laywith 1ywith laywith
with her hands folded under her head headand beadand headand
and the only evidence of anything wrong wrongwas wrongwas Wrongtvasthe
tvasthe was the blotch of crimson on the breast breastof breatot breastof
of her h r white silken night robeBeside robe robeBeside robeBeside
Beside the bed battwas was an automatic autot tic re revolver reo reoolver revolver ¬
volver A trail of blood led le Into thenext the thenext thenext
next room room where Smith was found foundstretched foundstretched foundstretched
stretched across the bed la I his under underwear unMrwoar ttaierwear ¬
wear There was a bullet hole behind behladhis behindhis Behindhlsear
his hlsear ear The police think he ae staggeredinto staggered staggeredInto staggeredInto
Into his own room after Inflicting Inatc RJ his hisown hisown hisown
own fatal wound Mrs rs Smiths Smith petition petitionIndicated JH positionIndicated MtIon MtIonIndicated
Indicated she shi had no warning warnla ef the theshot theshot theshot
shot that killed kit oil her henHad herHad herHad
Had Lost Heavily Heavilyj HeavilyThe
j The district attorney will Qtteetten the thetwo thetwo ihotwo
two maids later today The ThelOlloe police base basetheir huetheir basetheir
their suicide and murder theory ea the thereport thereport thereport
report that Smith who was In n the auto automobile automobile sutotnobEle ¬
mobile business in 11 New York had sf adffered sffered f ffered
fered heavy financial losses l 8B8S daring durt themoney the themoney themoney
money stringency stringencyHe stri ency encyHe
He was looked upon as a successful successfulman saccerrfutman eee ful fulman
man and he and hie hl wife wit < were popular popularamong popularamong popularamong
among among the society Iety people of o New 1 eW Ro Rochelle Rochelle Rochelle
chelle chelleSmith chelleSmith chelleSmith
Smith was w about thirtyfive years oldHls old oldHis oldHis
His wife thirty They were married marriedseveral marriedseveral marriedseveral
several years ago but they had na chil chllanon children C U Udren ¬
dren drenFOUR drenFOUR anonPresident
President Presldentt Boosevelt Oseyelt Is s said to have haverecommended haverecommended haverecommended
recommended In his message m ssage to Con Congress Congress Congress ¬
gress the building of four battleships battleshipsmore baUle battlerhlpemono hiPfl hiPflmore
more powerful than any now under U d8l con construction construction construction ¬
struction It was thought he would wouldsuggest wouldsuggest wouldsuggest
suggest at Ift8St least half a dozen huge hugebattleships hugebatUeshlps hugebattieshlps
battleships and thus create cre te an Atlantic Atlanticfleet AtlaRticfleet Atlanticfleet
fleet to take the place of 0 Admiral Bvans Bvanssquadron JlVD8squadron 8gaassquadron
squadron which leaves > the Best 85t next nextmonth nextmonth nextmonth
month to look things over out on the thePacific thePacific thePacific
Pacific PacificFollowing PacificFollo1ng PacificFoIIoR
Following FoIIoR ing the general tendency tlD ency In n the thenavies thenavies thenavies
navies of the tb world to build more power powerful powerful powerful ¬
ful and larger ships and backed up upby upby upby
by the recommendations of the general generalboard generalboard generalboard
board and Secretary Metcalf the Presi President Prldent Prestdent ¬
dent Intends to offer a good stiff and andsubstantial andsubstantial andsubstantial
substantial naval pregram The de departure departure deparWro ¬
parture of tL ti Atlantic fleet for to the thePacific theP theacifta
Pacific P acifta C c will throw thousands of men out outof outof outof
of work This js said to have been a agreat agreat sgreat
great factor in President Roosevelts Ro e8yeJtS dedslont de decision decision ¬
cision dslont to immediately Increase the thestrength thestrength thestrength
strength of the naval oonatructbuYMIe construction constructionWhile oon truetton truettonWhile
While officers of the navy n vy admit that fastsix thatsix Oatsix
six ships are Better better than four and andwould sadwould 1 1would
would better protect pr protect tect the Eastern EaJt dank dankef ftaakor auk aukof
ef the nation they refrain from any anyother anyother sayother
other comment on the Presidents idea ideaof Ideaof Ideaof
of Increase IncreaseWith IncreaseVlth increaseWith
With the thousands who will need em employment employment employment ¬
ployment alter the Atlantic fleet leaves leavesfor leavestor leavesfor
for Pacific waters It is argued that thecountry the thecountry theco1ntry
country at large and the navy n vy will be bebenefited bebenefited bebenefited
benefited This is said ld to have been beenbrought beanbrought teen teenbrought
brought to Mr lr Roosevelts attosttoRsad attention attentionand atteRUoDand
and influenced him more than a little

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