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NUMBER 50372 5037 WASHINGTON MONDAY EVE1fING MARCH 30 1908 PRICE ONE CENT
r COHEN FAILS FAILSBerkman fAILSTO FAILSTo
TO RECOGNIZE RECOGNIZEANARCHIST RECOGNIZEr
r ANARCHIST NARCHISTHEAD NARCHISTHEADBed HEAD HEADBerkman
Berkman Taken Takenside to Bed Bedside Bedside B e eside ¬
side o of Dying Bomb BombThrower BombThrover BombThrower
Thrower and Releas Released Released Released ¬
ed on onOvl1 Own n Word WordPolice WordPoIi WordWholesale
Police PoIi e Think ThinkMurder Wholesale WholesaleMurder vVholesaleJurd
Murder Jurd rW Was as Planned Plannedfor Plannedf Plannedfor
for f r Conference of ofUnemployed ofUnemployed ofUnemployed
Unemployed UnemployedNEW
NEW YORK March 39 3OAluander 3OAluanderBerkman 30AlexanderBerkman Alexander AlexanderBerkman
Berkman who 110 served a long prison prisonterm prla priwaterm n
I
term for trying to kill H IL C Frick af afterward afterward ¬ i iterward
terward figured as Emma Goldmans Goldmanscomiron GollD8ns GollD8nsJ Gohijtnansf
J common law husband and is probably probablythe probablythe
the most notorious anarchist 18t in Americavtas America Americawas Americav
was v 88 arrested as a t suspicious person to today today today ¬
day in connection with the bombthrow bombthrowing ¬
leg by Selig Cohen in Union Square SquareSaturday SiluareSaturda SquareSaturday
Saturday SaturdayIn SaturdaIn
In Cohens pocket a card of the An Anarchists Anarchists Anarchlats ¬
archists Federated Federat d Union was foundbearing found foundbearing toundbE8rl
bearing bE8rl lg Berkmans signature It was wasespecially wasespeclallJ wasespecially
especially concerning this card tha the thepolico tIlCpol1CG thepolice
police wished to know knowAlexander knowAlexander knowAlexander
Alexander Berkman was wa taken to Bel Bellevue Bel Bellevue Bellcue
levue where he talked with Cohen who whofailed whofailed whofailed
failed to Identify IdentiC him He was later ar arraigned arragned arraigned ¬
raigned as a suspicious person before beforeMagistrate beforeIagtstrate beforeMugistrate
Magistrate Drege in Jefterson market marketcourt marketcourt marketcourt
court and the magistrate refused to tohold toh tolwld
hold h ld him on that complaint complaintBerkman compla1ntBerkman complaintBerkman
Berkman Out on Parole ParoleThe ParoleThe ParoleThe
The complaint was changed to incit inciting IncltJng Inciting ¬
ing riot on the affidavit of Detective DetectiveWarsanky Detectiveaunnky DetectiveVaraanky
Warsanky and Magistrate Drege pa paroled parole1i paroled ¬
roled Berkman until tomorrow morning morningt
at t 10 oclock when he will be rearrarged rear rearranged rearranged ¬
ranged for a hearing He said he would wouldgo wouldgo ould ouldgo
go nome and wait alt for the police policePolice polleePolice policePolice
Police Commissioner Comft1111 10ner Bingham today todaywhen todaywh todaywhen
when wh n asked if he had received any an com complaints comrlatnts complaints ¬
plaints of the conduct of the potiee po at atUnion atCnlor atUnion
Union Square on Saturday
Oh yes I have received three or four fourminor fourrrlnor fourrrinor
minor complaints he replied Some Somepeople Someleople Somepeople
people always complain even about the theiron theIJOPt themost
iron trivial thine things But I have received receivedBingham rei receivedt vecl veclt
t also same t complimentary letters lettersBingham lettersBingham
Bingham on Hotair Bags BagsHave BagsHave I IHave
Have you received any It complaint complaintfrom complamfi complaintfrom
from rom Robert Hunter HunterNo H nterV nterVNo ter
No I hew aey not and Robert RoberlRuter RoberlRuterlad Hunter HunterJad Hmiterlad I
lad better t behave himself ilm elf If I he 1Mt isnt isntc iiiJtu ieaYCareful
c Careful u ful he will find himself m in serious serioustrouble aerieuetroubla I
trouble He is one of those hotair 1M > lalr ba baand bags bagsand bagsand
and I wont stand for them I int intto Intend Intendto <
to use an iron hand in suppressing BUppre lng vio violence violence vi ¬
lence and disorder disorderThese disorderTh86e disorderThese
These people were ere there in violation violationcf
cf C the law and I believe the police did dideffective didetrectlve dideffective
effective work If this harebrained harebrainedfool
fool had fired the bomb where here he wanted want wanted nt ntEd ¬
ed to I think the public would take takea
a different view He was an anarchist anarchistand auarchlstand anarchistand
and that ought to settle JL JLBerkman 11 11Berkman t tBerkman
Berkman Cool Before Police PoliceBerkman Po1iceBerkman PoliceBerkman
Berkman was quite cool today and andmade andluade andmade
made no protest prote t against agaln t his arrest arrest He Hewas Hevu Hewas
was told that he was 8 a prisoner as a asuspicious asuspicious asuspicious
suspicious person per on and was arraigned arraignedbefore arraJgnedbefore arraignedbefore
before the lineup of detectives by the theinspector theInspector theinspector
inspectorThis inspector inspectorThis InspectorThls
This is Alexander Berkman who whoserved whoflerltd whoaverted
served twelve years in prison for shoot shooting shootIng shooting ¬
ing H C Co Friek said the Inspector InspectorAfter inBpectorAfter inspectorAfter
After the detectives had Inspected In lHtcted the theprisoner tbeprisoner theprisoner
prisoner McCafferty asked him if t he bad badany badany hadany
any documents relating relaUn to the society societyprinted societyprinted
t printed In EngltahYes English EnglishYes EnenhYe8
Yes and they are at your disposal disposalreplied dfepoealrepJted disposalreplied
replied Berkman BerkmanHave ffirkmanHvo BerkmanHave
Have you any an documents advocating advocatingviolence advocaUngvioleme advocatingviolence
violence violenceNo violemeuNo
uNo No the anarchists dont advocate advocateviolence IMhocateviolence advocateviolence
violence in any t ny form formYou formhYou formYou
hYou You seem to nave been an advocate advocateof
of violence in the FrIck case suggested augge ted tedIcCatrert
McCafferty McCaffertyThat McCaffertyThat IcCatrert IcCatrertuThat
That was a personal matter said
Berkman The society oefet had no connec connection connection connection ¬
tion with that and has ha not any con connection conr conrcctlon ¬
nection r cUon with this affair affairWhen atralrhen affairWhen
When hen Berkman was shown the mem
br b brshlp rlhlp hlp card ho readily admitted his sig ¬
nature but still UIl insisted that he didnot did dialp
p not know mo1 the man manI
I dont know Cohen and dont know kIlO
anything about him he > said saidHunt KidHunt laidHunt
Hunt Evidence of PlotEvery Plot PlotEvery PlotEvtry
Every effort is bein being made to verify
the belief that Cohen was but ono of ofnine otnine ofnine
nine men armed with bombs who were wereto wereto wereto
to have hurled their missiles mls lle Into the thepolice thepoJtce thepolice
police ranks simultaneously but were so sodisconcerted sodisconcerted sodisconcerted
disconcerted by the premature explosion explosionof
of the Cohen bomb that the plot fell fellthrough fellthrough fellthrough
through throughThe throughThe throughThe
The puzzle of the Cohen leterg Is still stillunsolved sUitunsolvM stillunsolved
unsolved AH the communications con ¬
tained Important anarchist secrets One Oneof OneoC Oneof
of them themslgnod signed in Berkmans name
though perhaps not in his hand bandap ap ¬
pealed to the young anarchist for Em Emma Emma Emma ¬
ma Goldmans sake to execute some somemission somenllsslon somemission
mission for the cause the nature of ofwhich orwhich
which kh was not fully explained but butwhich butwhich butwhich
which is Inferred to have been een tho Un ¬
ion square dynamiting
The letters were seized in Cohens Cohensroom Cohensroom Cohensroom
room In Brooklyn and were translated translatedand translatedand translatedand
and hurriedly read but not very vel close ¬
ly examined when they were dispatched
by a policeman from Brooklyn head headquarters hoadquarters headquarters ¬
quarters to Mulberry street streetKntnr streetIno streetKnott
Kntnr Ino r Little About Prisoners PrisonersConcerning PrisonersConeernng PrisonersConcerning
Concerning the seven prisoners already alreadyheldone alreadyheld
r held heldone one without ball and the other six sixin sixIn sixin
in bonds 6f t 3000 each eachnothing nothing definite definitehas definitehas definitehas
has yet at been learned at least so far as asthe asthe a athe s
the police will admit Their records are arebeing arebeing arebeing
being carefully investigated however howeverand howeverand I Iand
and all are being subjected to rigi rigicrossexamination rigid rigidcrossexamination rlGidcroMexamlnatlon d
crossexamination crossexaminationCohen
Cohen Col en at Bellevue Hospital Is gainlnn gainlnnstrength gainlnstrength t
strength 8tren and will 111 probably live Ie though h
he hewill will be blind and crippled he
I am only sorry I did not kill all the thepolice thepcltce th thpolice e
police Is s all he will say sa
His work has been repudiated not notalone notalone no noalone t
alone by Bergman but by Emma Gold Goldman Goldman Goldman ¬
man In an interview telegraphed from m
Minneapolis by b the committee of the theunemployed theunemploYed th thunemployed
unemployed who were trying tryln to hold holda
a meeting in n Union Square when the
bomb was dropped and by the general generalcommittee generalcommittee generalcommittee
committee of the socialist party partyEastertide part partEastertide partyEastertide
Eastertide at Cape Cap MayPoltnsyIvanbt May MayPennsylvania MayPGnnsJMaJa
Pennsylvania Railroad RalJre d allrail route routoon routoonand o oand on onand n
and after at er April < prtl 11 Leave ve Washington n
1280 l 30 0 p pm m arrive Cap May 608 p m mweek meotk mweek
week eotk days Million dollar hotel open
Adv Adva
a
Chester G Gillette llette Is Executed ExecutedAdm ExecutedAdmits
Adm Admits ts to Sp Spiritual ritual Advisers AdvisersHe
He K Filled lled Former Sweetheart
Gillettes cite s Warning WarningI am in g gIn
In the shadow of the valley of ofdeath otdeath ofdeath
I
death It is my desire to do every everyI eo1 eo1I everything
I thing that would remove any an doubt doubtas doubtI
as to my having havln found Jesus Christ Christthe Christthe Christthe
the personal Saviour and unfailing
I friend My one regret at this timeIs time timeis timeS
is S that I have not given hen him the thepreeminence thepre8mlnence thepreeminence
preeminence in my life life while I had hadIf hadthe
the opportunity to work for him himIf I
If the young oung men of this country countrycould countrycould countrycould
could only know the joy and pleasure pleasureof
of a Christian Chri tlan life I know they theywould theyvould theywould
would do all in their power to be become become become ¬
come earnest active Christians and andwould andwould andwould
would strive to live as Christ would wouldhave wouldhave Vouldh
have h them liveThere live liveThere Ih IhThCre
There is not one thin thlnr I have left leftundone lenundone leftundone
undone which will m bar me from see s sIng
Ing my m God knowing that my sins sinsare sinsare sinsare
are forgiven for I have been free freeand freeand freeand
and frank in my m talks with my spir spiritual splritual spiritual ¬
itual adviser and God knows where whereI
I standMy stand standMy standIy
My Iy task is done the victory lcto won wonCHESTER wonCHESTER WonCHESTER
CHESTER E GILLETTE GILLETTEGRACE GILLETTEGRACE dILLETTEGRACE
GRACE BROWN THE VICTIM
It f Billy IIyr7 Browns Slayer SlayerCalm SlayerCalm SlayerCalm
Calm Until Death and andHelps andHelps andHelps
Helps Fasten Elec Electrodes Electrod Electrodes ¬
trodes trodesHeartBroken trod trodesHeartBroken es esHeart
HeartBroken Heart Broken Mother MotherCollapses lVotherCollapses MotherCollapses
Collapses When Told Toldof Toldof Toldof
of Her Sons Secret SecretConfession SecretConfession SecretConfession
Confession ConfessionExecution ConfessionExecution ConfessionExecution
Execution No o Mistake MistakeSay MistakeGillette i iSay
Say ay ayAUBUIt1 Gillette Advisers AdvisersAUBURN Adv sers sersAUBURN
AUBURN N Y March 30 30The 30The 30The
The following signed statement statementwas
was issued by the Her RC Henry HenryMacIIravy JenryMac HenryIacliravy
MacIIravy Mac ray and Cordello Herrlclv IIerriekspiritual Herrlclvspiritual JIerrIekspIritual
spiritual advisers to Chester Gillette Gil Gillette GIllette ¬
lette
Because ecause our relationship toChester to toChester toChostcr
Chester Gillette was privileged privilegedTVO
we do not deem it wise to make makeany makeanr makeany
any statement and simply wish wishto lIshto wishto
to say that no legal mistake wasmade was wasmade lfasmade
made in Ills electrocution electrocutionHEXEY cIe electrocutionHENRY trocutIon trocutIonHE
HE HENRY IY aiacILIUYYCORDELLO MacILRA aiacILIUYY MacTRAYYCORDELLO YY YYCORDELLO
CORDELLO HERRICK HERKICJfAUBURN HERRICKAUBURN HEItRICKAUBURN
AUBURN N Y March 30 toIn In the theelectric theelectric
electric chair at Auburn State pris prison prison prison ¬
on this morning at 614 6 14 oclock oclockChester oclockChester
Chester Gillette died for the mur murder murder murder ¬
der of his sweetheart Billy BillyBrown BillyBrowD
Brown of South Otselic at Big BigMoose BigMoose Bi g
Moose Lake on July al ly 11 1906 He Hecarried Hecarried H Hcarried e
carried with him to the grave the thesecret thesecret th e
secret of her death avowing to the thelast thelast th e
last that he was was innocent of shed shedding shedding hed hedding ¬
ding her blood bloodBut bloodBut bloodBut
But to his spiritual advisers advisersChester advisersChester advisersChester
Chester Gillette made a confession confessionof con ession essionof
of the crime They refuse to make makeany makean makany e
any an statement regarding it further furtherthan furtherthan
than t to say the execution was no nomistake nomistake n nmistake o
mistake
Continued on Third Page
CHESTER E GILLETTE WHO WAS ELECTROCUTED TODAY
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SMOTHERS IN BED BEDWHEN 1 1HE
WHEN HE STRICKEN STRICKENWITH STRICKENr
m EPILEPSY EPILEPSYJohrf r
John J oha Allen Department DepartmentClerk DepartmentClerk DepartmentClerk
Clerk Dies With Face Facein Facein Facein
in Pillows PillowsStricken PiIIovsStrlclcfIl PillowsStricken
Stricken with an epileptic At white in inbed Inbed
bed in hits room 17M l0 Pennsylvania Penn ytvanla ave avenue avenue ¬
nue northwest t this morning John Allen Al Allen AlIfn ¬
len a veteran employe of the Geological GeologicalSurvey GeoloclclSurvey GeologicalSurvey
Survey turned over 0 on his face buriedhis 1 buried buriedhte urMd urMdhis
his head among the pillows pUle and smoth smothered smothered ¬
ered to death dea h He was V found shortly shortlyafter ahortI ahortIafter shortlyafter
after 9 oclock and a iurry call sent to tothe tothe tothe I
the Emergency Eme ency Hospital Ho pitel When Vbentbe the am ambulance ambulance ambulance ¬
bulance arrived the surgeon su pronounced pronouncedlife
life extinctSeparated extinct extinctSeparated
Separated ep mted from his 111 wife Ire several years yearsago yearsago yearsago I
ago ago Mr lr Aellen had lived the life a of a arecluse arcclu8e arecluse
recluse and for the test t two years had hadoccupied hadoocupied I
occupied a room above the restaurant restaur nt of ofE ofE
E C E Ruppert He was subject to toepilepsy toepilepsy toepilepsy I
epilepsy and according to his friends friendsspent trJend5pant friendsspent
spent much time in his room He was wasapparently I
apparently in n good health when he left leftthe lettthe leftthe
the orflce yesterday afternoon afternoonWhen afternoonhen afternoonWhen
When hen one of the servants made therounds the therounds therounds
rounds of the rooms this morning MrAllens Mr MrAllens r rAUons
Allens door was locked Knowing that thatMr thatIr thatMr
Mr Ir Allen usually left before 9 oclock oclockthe oel oclockthe > k kUte
the servant rapped on On the door but re received received recotved ¬
ceived no response The proprietor was wasnotified was1otlftEd wastotified
notified and the room entered Mr Al Allen Allen Allen ¬
len was waS found with his face buried in inthe Inthe Inthe
the pillows and it was evident that he le
had been dead de > ad some time timeMr timeMr timeMr
Mr Allen was born in Ohio 13ftysevenyears fiftyseven fiftysevenyears 1ift ven venyears
years ago During his early youth he
lived in Bcrkuley Springs V V T Va He Hecame Hecame Hecame
came to Washington about thirty years yearsago yearsago
ago and for the last twentyseven years earg
had been employed in the Geological
Survey After working for twenty twentyyears tW8BtyeaI3 Lwea tY
years eaI3 in the division of accounts he v v es s stransferred stransCcrrtKl
transferred to the section of correspon correspondence cerre oerresponBence pon pondence ¬
dence and records E 1e Is survived by b bs ym y
hIs hf Js s slive wife and three children ail of 0 whom whomve who m
live ve in this city A soninlaw A B BSearle BSearle BSearle
Searle is an omploye of the GeologicalSurvey Geological GeologicalSurvey GeologIcalSuney
Survey
Coroner Novitt viewed the remaics remairsand remaicsand s sand
and gave the necessary death certificate certificateNew certl cate cateNew
New Hotel Cape May MayOpens MayOpens
Opens April 11 Allrail route via Penn Paansylvania Pennsyhanla Pennhanla
sylvania hanla Railroad Leave Washington WashingtonI
1230 I 30 p m arrive Cap < May 602 60 p m mmweek mweek mcak
week cak day3 daysAdv daysAdvJ > Adv
J e <
NEW NE HAITIAN PLOT PLOTAGAINST PLOTAGAINST
AGAINST PRESIDENT PRE1ENTMIS PRESIDENTALARMS PRESIDENTALARMSCAPITAL
ALARMS ALARMSCAPITAL ALARMSCAPITALOfficer CAPITAL CAPITALOfficer CAPITALI CAPITALOfficer I
Officer Saves S eves His s Life by bySprinting bySprinting b bSprinting Y
Sprinting to French FrenchLegation FrenchLegation I ILegation
Legation LegationI I I II IJ
PORT J CRT RT AU PRINCE PIW CE Haiti March 39 39The 30The
The Thetnbabttaats inhabitants of ofPort 0 Port au Prince Princea are areafsn
I
afsn a n in n a Mate of great nt exctte excitement excitementRumors excttmeatRtIlllOr8 sent sentRtusors
Rumors of an impending uprtetng uprtetngagajwt u ua nage Pr 6
agajwt a age net the government are currentall current OH OHall onall
all sides sidesThe sidesThe
The 1 he authorities are Ie taking precau precautions pre cat catand u uthou ¬
thou and as a result refugees are htn htnriedly 1unrkdIy h hriedty ut
riedly seeking abettor in the theAmong theAmong legations legationsAmong
Among the refu refugees essb te Maj Leonce Lar LarracQue La Laracque
racQue who was Hatian military at attache a atrace ¬
trace at the Jamestown Exposition ExpositionLarze Expo ExpoeltionLarge Itlon ItlonLare
Large eases ases ae6 of arms and ammuni ammunition ammunitIon amm nui ¬
tion have han been taken Into the palsy pateceThis palaeeThis palsyThts nuie e
This sudden change In the sHunt JJIt JJItcau itua ituacaused on oncaused 1
caused cau ed much surprise News made pub public public pu pulie b ¬
lic here that the minister of one onethe of ofthe otthe C
the powers here had been notified by bythe b bthe I Ithe y r
the authorities authortt1 at Washingtonwhites Washington Wa blngton that thatwhites thatwhites t
whites are not in danger in Haiti Haitithat and andthat andthat 1
that the presence of warships here hereunnecessary was wasunnecessary wasunnooessary 5
unnecessary created great Joy at tht thtpalace th thpallLce i ipalace he i
hed
palace and elsewhere but it increased increasedthe incr incrthe ease easethe d i
the feeling of unesiness une une4lne ainoss among amongforeigners the theforeigners Lbeforolgners
foreigners foreignersNew forolgnersNew foreignersNew
New Conspiracy Reported RepottedThis ReportedThis Rep rtea rteaThis
This was accentuated later when whenbecame it itbecame Itbeeome t
became known that the thegoeralllent thegoeralllenthlre goversan goversanhere government governmenthere ml t
here had received a report from rom G GJules Gen GenJules GenTules
Jules Colcou chief of the military d dtrict dis district ¬ J Jtrtct
trict of Port au Prince saying that thatnew a anew anew
new conspiracy was on foot in which whichM wish wishM
M Solon Menos Dr Audain Senator SenatorTancrede SenatorTancrede Sena Loy
Tancrede and others were implicated implicatedThe
The government decided on prompt a ation ac action ACtion ¬
tion ordering that a close clo e watch be bekept bekept
kept on those mentioned in the report reportand reportand rope ropeand bert rt
and to have haethem them arrested as soon soonthe as asthe asthe
the necessary orders could be issued issuedGeneral l86uedGeneral issueGeneral d
General Coioous report to the Presi President Pre Ii Iident i ident ¬
Preo
dent also says that soma som militaryScers military mUlta of officers oCcers o f ¬
ficers cers are concerned in the conspiracy conspiracyand COII8pIraand eonspbraand
and he accuses the French Fle clt minister 3C 3CCrteron MCarteron I ICarteron
Carteron of being a sympathizer wi withe ita itathe 1bthe t1
the cause of General FlrminContinued Firmln FirmlnContinued FIrminContlnued
Continued on Second Page PageI
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fOR FORRMMVIENT FORRMMVIENTWork ARMAMENT ARMAMENTWork
Work at Navy Yard Will WillContinue WillContinue WillContinue
Continue and None NoneWill NoneWill NoneWill
Will Be Dismissed Dis Dismissed Dismissed ¬
missed missedUrgent missedUrgent
Urgent ens Deficiency De ciency Meas Measure Measure Measre ¬
ure re Also Makes Provis Provision Provision Provision ¬
ion for Work at Gar Garfield Garfield Garfield
field Hospital HospitalThe Ho pital
t
The Sedate Se aM today pasted the urgent urgentdeficiency u udetlclency urgentdeficiency
deficiency bill passed by r the Howe HoweMarch Howelarch
March 27 1 which contain the MMOOt x0000dpproprlattoa MMOOtappropriation 001 001olpproprlatJoft
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appropriation for armament and armorfor armor armorfor IJIMK IJIMKfor
for vessels authorized and now under underconstruction UDderconstruc usdsiconstrucWa
construction construc by the Navy NayyL Department DepartmentTins JkpartatentTiila > I IThis
Tins appropriation was recently recentlyI reeelltbstroltty reeostbstrelss
I strongly strelss ly recommended nc rrco + amended aded by Secretary SecretaryMclcalf S SecretaryMc Crdar7 Crdar7Metcalf
Mclcalf Mc tali The passage of f the bill means maaswat meansusat
mat work on armamect at vessels win winnot winliut wiltrot
not be cnrtailea curta at the Washington Washingtonijvy
ijvy yard and that the force will not nothave ROthae notlave
have to be cat down It is important importantOther ImpurtuatJr im stant stantJI
Jr JI r the same ame reason to other 71I 71IOther yards yardsOther
Other Items in the bill as passed Inude in include lftooe ¬
clude ooe one for UM > fa0 for fuel and aJIdmeoJoJ mbuelliineoad mbuel adsmelneods
liineoad meoJoJ outlay by the police court courtP and andiTe aDdole
ole P e of S20M for the isolated ward rt rtGarfield t I IGarfield
Garfield Hospital Ho iIL The sum of MM Kali lor f tprinting o r 1 1lnting
printing and binding for the Department Departmocff 1 1r
ff r the Interior te one of the item It In fl f ftle n I
Ue bl bill as passed passedThe ed
The Senate SeDa Committee 011 approprJ approprJtooI approprhton4
tooI added aft amendment givingfor giving
for mileage of oIDcera of cars and contract vary varygoons
goons goonsBIG fons
BIG GUN EXPLODES EXPLODESI
ON 1 THE MISSOURI MISSOURIATTARBET
ATTARBET AT T TARDFT mm
fll > lnluLI WORK WQRKWf uUIMV uUIMVN j
Wf N Jars JarspssF4ot J JOnoaf J
Onoaf 000 o the bctacfc broadside bJft4o < r 1f BSMRon > BSMR slwaon
on this battleship Missouri 1I aouri blewwhfJe blew ui uiwhile I Iwhile 1
while that vessel was at target p ptice plice c ctice =
tice tn Magdalena bay today No o one 0It8was onewas a awas
was JtoJured The gun bk blew W Its xaozzle xaozzleoft ruruIeoIt rsuzzleoff
oft The fracture was a clean eaa tee in indicating mdi indicating ¬
di dicating tlnr that there th re was no flaw ia I the thegun thesun thegun
gun X or > r the metal metalThis metalTh metalThis
Th This information was oonununieated to tothe tothe tothe
the Navy Department today by wireless wirelessdispatches wiftJe wirelessdispatches s sj
dispatches j patcbe from Admiral Evans The Theadmiral Th Thadmiral Theadmiral
admiral gave no other details exceptthat except exceptthat exceptthat
that the gun ft broke 140 inches from the themuxTJe them1lU themuzale
m1lU muxTJe f As the gun Is S 91 a1 inches longthe long loosthe lOftCthe
the explosion occurred just jutt t Ute port portad portd portand
and ad d most of its force was stpyiltt n sjt s sThis sntiride sntirideThis rIde
This is the first accident s + C S its kind kindwith kIJIdith kindwith
with ith a sixinch gun of UM May Several Sev Several Several ¬
eral times before there have been ex explosions explosions x xp ¬
plosions p JlliOns in the bier turret gets Su with withdisastrous 1iUldta8trous withdisastrous
disastrous effectTO effect effectTELLOFWEOI eftctTWO
TWO f BODIES FOUND FOUNDTELL
fTELL TELLOFWEOI TELLOFWEOICLEVELAND TELL OF TRAGEDY TRAGEDYCLEVJiLl
CLEVELAND CLEVJiLl D Ode March m NThe NThebelles Tho Thobodies T Tbod
bodies bod of 0 a man and woman were found foundIn foalMlIn fonss > d dIn
In a pasture pu Ire at Coventry road te afashbabie a afashionable atbloRabie
fashionable suburb barb early esipy o > y Bothbd Both Bothhod BothMcI
hod been shot through t1mMl t the heart There Therete
te I evidence that the t e woman WOIIMi shot the theman tbeJIIaA fileman
man and then committed suicide A post postcan postoard O t tami
can ami found on the woman was au address addressed ad re e eell ¬
ed to Mtes lIiI Ml s Zetehman Mayflower School SchoolDown Se SchoolDown ooL ooLDown
Down In Il the left hand corner oC thecard the thecard thecanI
card was written Marie LIn L LIn LIII
In tha mans pocket was a telephone telephonereceipt teIepMtMreceipt telephonereceipt
receipt to Carl Bernthaler 1731 East
Thirtythird street At that address addresnswas addre it itwas Itwu
was found that Carl Bernthaler Bernth er had a d
been nilosing rmIn < < since Sunday SundayHe
He had gone for a walk aIk on Cedar Ce C Ar
Heights and when he did not returnMrs return returnMrs retumMrs
Mrs Bernthaler went o it to look for f fhim or
him butt b 1t found no trace of him himAt hintAt himAt
At the home of Miss Lena Zeichman Zeichmanit
it was said that she had been mining mtebtogsince mI6i mI6isIDee
since Sunday S1 Iday afternoon st S oclockTHE oclock oclockTHE oclockTHE
THE WEATHER REPORT REPORTAn
An area of high pressure pre ure is centret central centralthis centraltlls 1
this t morning morala over the Middle Atlantic Atlantictea
States tea and pressure > te e generally low lowover le 0 0over
over the Rocky kT mountain region r aDd aDdupper a
upper Missouri uri valley Rain has set in InIn 1 n
again < < In over Tennessee Tenne et Arkansas Arkan JIft JIftU880url had nd
Missouri and it continues over the thenorth thenorth th e
north Pacific coast States and the theftOrtbem th thnorthern
northern plateau Rain fell Sunday quite quillgenerally
generally throughout throughout the Middle Atlan AUantie Atlantic
tie States and New England EnglandRaIn
Rain te > a probable tonight and Tuesday Tue ay
in the South Atlantic and east Gull GulfStates GullStates GullStales
States and possibly po tbly i in the t h e southern por portion portion perlion ¬
tion of the Middle Atlantic States The Thetemperature Thetemperature Th Thtemperature e
temperature will not change cha materially materiallyalthough JDaterIaU JDaterIaUaJUoagh materiallyalthough
although a period pe 9 of isj warmer weather weaoriBdcatetl r
te indicated for Baafbra Enra districts In tho t 1M 1MJllld4le
middle of the week7 week7T3BMPBRATUHE week eek
T3BMPBRATUHE
9 a 4
12 m mIp i iSUN
Ip Jft 4 4j h
j SUN SII TABLE TABLBSun TA13LmSun TABLESun
Sun rNleS rises rises i iSUIl i iSun
Sun sots > > < < s eo i S STIDK di
TIDE TABLE TABLEHigh TABLEHigh
High water wat today 633 pm pmLow pmLow p m
Low water ter today 1 03 < pm pmHigh
High water tomorrow 72 7t a am i 731 1 p pm n nLow
Low water tomorrow tolROrrow1S1 1331 aai LmlG5 l 15pm 15pmCape pnt n nCape
Cape May Easter Tour TourVte TourVia
Via Pennsylvania Railroad April 38 8 from fromWashington f8AWhIa t
WhIa Washington n 1390 ound trip coven coventransportation rev revtransportation ere
transportation and one and threequai threequaiter
ter days board at new million dollar dollarhoteL dollarhotel doll dollhotel ar
hoteL Tickets rood = 000 until April 22 2Adv 2AdvI Adv
I
District Estimates EstimatesReported EstimatesReported
Reported to House HouseAfter HouseAfter
After Heavy Cutting CGttingTawney
Tawneys = Broadax Lops Off About Half of Re Requests Requests ¬
quests nests for or Schools and an Demolishes De emolishNw olishes New e erotbn Play Playground PIaygro Pla y ¬
ground gro g rotbn nd Plans PlansNo No Additional Policemen cemen
9436000 9 9436 436 OOO APPROPRIATED APPROPRIATEDBY APPROPRIA APPR OPRIA TED TEDBY TEDTotal
BY REPORTED DISTRICT BILL BILLTotal
Total appropriation carried in reported bill 9416SG o 5
Compared with Commissioners requests less 423097700
Compared with current years bill Icss 87304390 873043903fo S73o OO OOXo
3fo additional policemen provided for forAll forAll forAll
All per diem employes er > of the District
given heliday kOli y with wit payon pay payon payon
on Labor Day DayCommissioners DayCommlssIoncrs DayCommissioners
Commissioners request far 156000 te purchase nfeygreaaa pl playgroundsites nfeygreaaasites ro1lB ro1lBsites
sites absolutely ignoroiRequests fgnoroi fgnoroiBequests gn 0 roi roiRcquests
Bequests for school appropriations cat nearly endhalf onehallOne endhalfOne en ahalf ahalfOne
One firec firevcape cape inspector Is provided providedProvision proddedProdslen providedProvision
Provision for preliminary prcUm nary surrey to ealarffo clar the citys water lTaUrsupply watersupply watersupply
supply supplyKulos supplyRulos supplyRules
Rules for precautions against InJary te children Ck OB by 1 fire in iaschools inschools inschools
schools promulgated promulgatedCarrying promulgatedtJI promulgatedCarrying
Carrying 2IIym a total uu of p7t < < 943623935 36 oo the H District UE1UJU of Cbiunifoia rrJ1 C UIUI a
appro appropriation appropriation pprOl ¬
priation l boil bill was reported r to the House today by R Representative Gardner Gardnerof
of Michigan ASK il chairman of the District SMi Subcommittee GO C of the House Com Committee Committee ¬
mittee on At Appropriations AppropriationsThe > txvtxiatiob s
The sum carried for the next fiscal year is s 42 4230977 309ii Jess than thanamount tfe tfeamount d damOunt
amount asked by the Callrn Commissioners sioMiers Items
rs in the estimates rstislsa > tes were hit hitwith hitwith hitwill
with a heavy hand by the subcommittee e which lxep prepared al ed the ti bill billThe billThe bale
The Th e economy y policy on which Chairman Tawaey Ta w of the committee
is regulating Governmental Govel11lJ1e tal expenditures this
year was m in full effect e ° a so
far f r as the District is concerned concernedFORBIDS concernedFORBIDS
FORBIDS LONG GAS CONTRACTS
For the t e great mosses JBH eS of the t e peo people pe0ple ¬
ple however there is a section ee oA 5 5the ia iathe
the t he bill bfJl1h tn that means match uch good Thisis This Thisis Thisis
is a limhattKm nka ft expenditures oa e e for forbidding foridding or orbiddins ¬
b bidding the Digit t Commissionerstry Commissioners Commissionersmare COIJi rs I
iotwW iotwWt to eutalf eutalfstye try
mare iks t thpn pa one year 7r in instreets or orltreets foe foettrot3tir
streets or buildings whit gu or orjftftccrfclty ortnicityr r ridt
jftftccrfclty jftftccrfcltyThis < tnicityr tnicityrThis < idt idtTI
This TI a new provision witch whieJlwWe1ydh was waswidely w wwidely
wWe1ydh widely discussed n ued at the Capitol to today wdaJ today ¬
day is taken to mean that t at the Com Coaamittee Committee Cotamitt ¬
mittee mitt on Appropriations realizes realizesthat relizesthat
that the peoples fight for cheaper cheaperTHEflE cheaperNO
NO HILL INCIDENT INCIDENTTHERE INCIDENTTHERE
THERE NEVER WAS IASBelieved WASINSISTS WASINSISTS
INSISTS MR ROOT ROOTBelieved ROOTBelieved
Believed Ambassador AmbassadorTower PambassadorT AmbassadorTower
Tower T over Will Be Reliev Relieved Relieved Relieved ¬
ed at Early Date DateTkoro Date11eN DateTkere
Tkoro never was any Hill incident 1IteIdentalter incidentaftor Incidentalter
alter alL This te i ottcUI 0 Idi because ass assrotary Sec Secveutry SeeleUCrT
rotary Hoot himooif says ya so and if any anyThe anyone aTI aTIene
one knows kKoW3fTIM hN does doesThe
The Secretary S etr of State had a confer conference COIIfereaee conferonce ¬
once wttK the President PrWil ellt tails un morning mormngand mom morningand D Dand
and after he left the Executive Executiveaasarted Otttce Otttceasfeerted 0tIkenee
asfeerted nee that there DeTer was anything anythiegm g
m all this talk about the unavailability unavallabaityof 1IavaUabIIttoC
of Dr D J T Hill as ambassador at atlie Sep Berlin 1ferJtn ¬
lie linA
A statement setting forth the fad teetthat fadthat
that the incident has beat be n sotted sati saticoaeemed AtJ6fadorUy
fadorUy as fax as this GoftIJlRtelit GoftIJlRtelitCOIM2Cnted Gevsynttsetit is isconcerned
concerned te expected from the th White WhiteHo WhIteH WhiteHowse e
Ho H Howse fea today Acoor According tg to too1M tadicatiotts tadicatiottsthe
the statement atate telllt will announea the earl earlresignation early earlyresignation earlyradgaatlon y
resignation of Ambassador Tower Tow Towerdate and andthe aM1M
the thecharge date upon which Dr um will tak takcharge takcharge e
charge of the American AJ edcaIl eanoaoKy etI IM y at atBerlin 1 1BERL1
Berlin BerlinBERLi BtKiIrBERLl1
BERLi 7 March Mar eh M aTIM x The Mttteg Zei Zeituns ZeItUBg ZetLung
Lung says today toiteyThe tedttJrfbe
i The he Gorman Gen aa government has aa ordered orderedAn onIeN4AJII orderedAmbassador
Ambassador An bas aoor r Stombttrg St4K1k to make Jte itttT it deer eteorto deertn
to RNJgtOft Wa > i ston that the Kaiser sett aexer aexerobjected RQerobjected
objected to Dr Hill wia wherefrom rom It is isevident 18evkleDt
evident how grossly gN ty his majestys maje tys tyshas Name Namehas am
has been znisi misused d te a the xsiose n note ole oletabie roRtoc roRtoctabie rsRrottable
tabie affair due ue to Ambassador A t Towermisleading Towors Toworsmisleading TW < < s smtsMadlng
misleading communlcatioR to the State StateDepartment SttDepartment te tetmeBt
Department DepartmentThe tmeBt tmeBtTM
The German foreign fer gn o otcce oiee ee stickg stlek to its itsstatement J itsstatement J JsttemeBt
statement that the Kaiser ever ev r eljesst objected objectedto jecttHl jecttHlto
to Dr Hill a U wccesoor to asiasssasieTower moaacador moaacadorTower 4ler 4lerTo8I r
Tower TowerReports To8IReports
Reports cabled to London and aIIdYOCk Nets XowYork No NetsYork
York that Wilhelm did object were un uaollielafly unofficially 1111o ¬
officially o IdaDy denied today
Ia view of repeated newspaper per r rresents state statements at atntents ¬
resents In contradiction of its ottcfaU an announcements aal4Jncements ertouacesnents ¬
nouncements the government geV IBe t tastructod tastructodAmbassador lastructednbe8 iastrtic
Ambassador nbe8 dor Sternburg Stern burg attoday at Wshtogtoa Wshtogtoatoday Wa hlagtOR hlagtORtQ
today tQ day A to make it especially clear to Ute e
State Department toat the Kaiser Kaiseruttered aevor aevoruttered ltftIVuttered neM7 + r
uttered a word which could couldcOlNrtlUed jtoeeiMy be beconstrued
construed as a reflection re eetlon on Dr r HilL HilLDecterations H HillDeclarations L LDeclarations
Declarations to the th contrary the forolga for foreign ferelgn ¬
eign office distinctly adds acldsare are bl isepiredLONDON inspired inspiredLONDON plred plredLONnOX
LONDON March 39 38How How deeply r
Xafeer atfer ak4er1Vltlekn Wllhelm te perturbed by the casttroversy con controversy eGIItIOversy
troversy over the AmericanBdrtin am
bassadocshlp controversy controV lsy Is proved by b y
the postponement of his departure from f f0a
Venice for Corfu until some kind of ofa eCsettlement
a settlement te reached reachedFor reACbedFor
For unmixed unpleasantness UD 1 there theyhag e
has not been a a diplomatic incident t toj tojContinued to toContinued o
i
Continued on Second Page Pa I
ill m W W tot Will iii 1te won in
t he e INr fut1ute
This es 1teiag a fact
the t he
commit comm
did j T wish to have h 6
Ute District government CCWft t hound by h
f
a KT k 1 a3 coataMit COI nIet for higiMr rates
tbae3 hm those t
o8e whiek may yo be T TAnother
lisllvided
cot cotHeJW
HeJW p + g Labor La Dy Dyfeetare
Another fcot fcotP3 feetare > re Of great ftat
fa that Importance N 3 3of
all
per diem
es iioyeq ores of the thegranted
DbItrtet
P3 government governmentto
ly be
kayo granted graz ed
wltb tla p a7 y eM on Laloor Lams lor Day DayConunisIoner3
Another 8tborJIrea the >
ConunisIoner3 ConunisIoner3i
to t o install f tall l nre re
apparatus i in
of ue District the suburbs suburbsof subur s
tOt use of volunteerPoe volunteer volunteerexits volunteerPer
Per Ute PIIbUc
e 8CbooI8
t appears a com comb comthe rn
1DaIId b
Ute IIIU lts that at all 8CboeI
fa building
tate District
door llban have all exits with withthat
operdag
outward aril Ia d that ail aili ail
exits In an orison b
i shall b bonehalf be
unicked Jedted each school
dry boat
onehalf onehalfprovWon
hear tour
before of until
8DeJIaIt hour
rfter tter
school srb 1
° ° hours Janitors
who violate thiS
provision shall he 1
e ma summatpy
removed6eeoe removed remoeLI
58 6eeoe I 8 Cat ia Water
Funds Faadaj hD FundsFor a aFor
For the w Ware
Department tmeat which is
selfsum eulJPOltJftc
a reduction o of
mote than lO11L801 j
mended reeonunendedit ended
It Is estimated that
the
Water atel re rev
for the year 1i1s will be lOKo O OIt
b tt it te provided te this tJ e bill as in
the be Jut seventeen w teen
aimroprtetion
bUs bil s
that t the a snrpbta of these 1 1tb
ftYen revenues
o ovr r
tb the appropriate shall sh ii be applied t to
the work of f extend extending the be high service
water Ur d
distribution ltribudOD syMetu
The
esu esuuJtimat i
mated ultimate cost of this
system l is iswhkh
abak tii1910 which Includes 10011
tot I < < Li ue JMtallatfcm of meters in privatoi privatE
premises Cp to date ii UlS66 lB3 i6si has bt1 i n
expended Iu extending the J sighservice ChSery Ct
Stena slatesanIn StenaIr
Ir its report a the
till
tt the
subcommittee says tk total ges ge
eral revenues reY of the DIstrIct for
the
uecal ftbcal i JP Yea year JSP J 1191 win amount to about abo t
SMUGM white the
Districts
share
art of o obill
ttMt JwpriaUong recommended tded jn ti
tJi1 U
bill b l wdl wiD aggregate to K71W it L1JI1ftG the to toal at
amount recommended being St f 43fiJS3ii 43fiJS3iiIncluding S9 u
exclusive of th the water deFarttrent m4ntZ9 nt
Including IDd additional amounts e crrl rr1 rr1e
i
to other bills b DIIrhe be total charge against la nst
the District revenues in
1Mb win n nr r
excjed ex sed Hmae46 u or W 17O1aS7631 1t1 Sa < L5l L5lreimburse kg
than the etltimate4 r reveatres 1IeS lJr Lrde < 1 >
the th e law this surplus must be u used 1
reimburse rei eburae the General Government tN
sums tIIDro advanced to the District it hav ha t ¬
bag g been provided that the repaymcr r
should d extend over ov r the aVe years bc
ginning July 1 1E 1968 1968Eatfcaalos 19911Ealthutes
Eatfcaalos E 1mates Cat Freely FreelyThat FreelyTJtat FreeiyThat
That the toromf < munistonem > riopetx estimate estimatefrom stlmAtLwere s swMro
were cut with great
uniformity is evr P Pfroe
dews from froe H aoruoal 8ItIIJ of 0 the bill fcULThe btllThe
The appropriation for the executive executiveosOee executiveomoe executiveeigsse
osOee test year was ttHSO i aJ lor f thU thUyear th thayear
year 7 Sftt SU18 ZS was wa asked a ed and only 0 Ilr S100T < > 4 4reooMMesXtod 1 1TIIIIII
reooMMesXtod TIIIIII Of theJSMSS the asked for forthe forthe forthe
the care of the District DI triet building 31 nI l
3 I is I reeonunended III 1Ied Of IC7W oo asked askedfor asks < 4 4for 1 1for
for work on specified streets only t33 t33is 35 35H 3 3is
H is allowed and ad the appropriation appropriationtor pproprtatiO1couaty
for county roads construction is cui cuiNMH eu
floor NMH 54474s KiIn In the theprestat present t law to toTh JS390 JS390for 390 390rile
Th rile e rsoest for 9509 to replace t the thewaIIIs e esM
s sM > kl ewail w waIIIs llt8 around the Treasury build ¬
lag was x efttfieu fttaee4On fefaeedOa efttfieuOn
On the sewer esthnates e > te the subcom subcomnrittee subcornmittee bcom bcommlttee
nrittee got very busy b Q Requests Req fcr
51611 4 KM for 9 sewage disposal dikes 37o 37ofor mRock s sfor
for the Rock Creek sewer l 22600 600 f ttJae r rthe rthe
the Stickfoct branch sewer 23473 r fthe 1 1the r rthe
the North Carolina Heights trunk sew sewer sPRer P1lr ¬
er 81 and 3UKS 85 for the Fourth street streetsouth 8tn a tree treesentheest > e e58U
south 58U sentheest east relief sewer were all refused refusedThe rduSfQThe
The cut in this tId oeportment depat tusesst t was from
illu MS te the current Jaw to 271050 t718APlaygrounds 271050Pteygreaads r rPlaYZT8tD
Playgrounds Ignored IgnoredThe IgnereaTheCOIIIIIB IgnoredThe
The TheCOIIIIIB CawssMoserss Coraat sotoners e trnost h r Met coat for an anaaeroprtation 31approp anapprepd
aaeroprtation approp apprepd lt tloe Oll oC fn10M for the pur purwas purdNwIe perof
dNwIe of pbtygronnd sites was ignoredse ignored ignoredfor lporeWe
se these We requests fOt i M00 for t drilling dr drillingSpecial lUag lUagsPecial
Special Cape May Tear T r
0 Over ia Casts ter treat w 1Vasbir a va y PennA Penn PennRaUroad
Railroad A April psi 1 S > tAM r r covers coerslound co r ors
round trip transportattoi t and one oneth posethreequarter j iA iAthreeauarter
threeauarter th uarter days board at fes CK Hotel HotelCape H HiteCape te tecape
Cape May MavAdv oa Adv d
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