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Who Who Hid Her Jewels Forgot It and Then Called the Officers
Seminary Teachers Loss Loss5at Lossat Lossat
at Riggs House Clearedby Cleared Clearedbv Clearedby
by Recollection RecollectionThe Reco lection lectionThe
The bold sneak thief who ho was sup supposed supd ¬
posed d to have entered the rooms of Miss MissMae XlltSIae MissMae
Mae Iae Virginia Black at the Rtg Rt Riggs s House Houseyesterday HOU8eEsterd4ly Houseyesterday
yesterday and in true Napoleonic style styleretreated Kyleretreated styleretreated
retreated with flirt fir + t honors and a 11 hand handsome handsome handsome ¬
some locket and b tyooch ooct before any one oneknew oM oMkne oneknew
knew kne of his presence proved to be benothing benothn benothing
nothing nothn more than a wry aotlva germ germof germoC germof
of forgetfulness located in the bn brain n of ofI ofthe I Ithe I
the supposed loserMiss loser loserMiss 1o el I
Miss n Black who is a vivacious in instructor Inltructor Instructor ¬
structor of English EngU h In the Wyoming WyomingSeminary WyomingSeminary VyomlngSeminary
Seminary of Wilkesbarre Pa P is ischaperoning Ischaperoning ischaperoning
chaperoning a party of five of the mem members members meatbers ¬
bers of the school on a visit to th thCapital tM tMCapital
Capital City Yesterday when she went wentto wentto wentto
to telephone pbone to an acquaintAnce acquaintance she shethotfeht lIhethodKht shethotfght
thotfeht she left her brooch and locketvalued took tookvalued locket locketalued
valued at i1UB0 1000 1 on her dressing table tableWhen tableVh tableWhen
When Vh she returned to look for them themshe themIhe themFhe
she could find Dd ne trace of th the jewelry jewelryand jewelryand jewelryand
and she became so much wrought wp wpover 1Ipover xpover
over her supposed uppo ed loss oq that she called calledon
on central office detectives to aid her herin herIn herin
in recovering it itFeoling itYeoUn IL ILFeeling
Feeling YeoUn that she might have been beenmistaken beenmEstaken I
mistaken in regard re rd to where she shehad nh nhhad he hehad
had left the articles she he concentrated concentratedher I
her mind and soon remembered that thatshe thatsbe thatshe
she had pinned the missing jewelry In Ina Ina Ina
a a hankerchlef h and hidden It under underpiece a apiece a apiece
piece of furniture in the room And Awlthere Andthere Andthere
there she found it despite de plte the fact that thatseveral thatseveral j jseveral
several officers had searched > > the rooms roomsa
J a number of times timesMy ttmes ttmesMy timesMy
My charges tried to tell me that thatgome thatsome thatsome
some bold bad man had invaded the theroom taeToom theroom
room in my absence and had made madeaway maclIaway madeaway
away with my jewelry said eJd Miss MissBlack MissBlack Ites Iteslack
Black lack but I thought thou ht Id look anyway anywayand anywayand anywayand
and now Im glad I did didORIGIN didORIGIN didORIGIN
Did you know that the design for Old OldGlory OldGlory OldGlory
Glory our American flag was suggested suggestedby
by b a barbers brbe pole in Philadelphia PhiladelphiaWashington PbUadelphlVashlngton PhiladelphiaWashington
Washington on his visits blls to the Quaker QuakerCity Quakerlt QuakerCity
City lt patronized a certain loquacious and tndnot andnot 00 00Dot
not unlearned Dutch barber whose shop shopwas shopwas hopwas
was in a basement ement in Arch street The Theconstruction Theconstruction Theconstruction
construction of a national standard standard stl ndard In 1ft1m in17rn
1777 was under his personal directionand direction directionand dlrectiORand
and ho spent many man sleepless nights nightsthinking nlgbtsthinking nightsthinking
thinking over the colors and their ar arrangement arrangement arrangement ¬
rangement Lying in his barber chair chairone chairone chairone
one day for a shave our F O C expressed ex expressed 8 8presf ¬
pressed presf ed admiration for the red white whiteand whiteand whiteand
and blue harmoniousness of the pole at atthe atthe atthe
the door Nothing could be happier happierexclaimed happIerexc11med happierexclaimed
exclaimed the barber r always rejoice rejoicewhen reOlcswhen rejoleewhen
when I see that combination of beauti beautiful beautiful beautiful ¬
ful colors the red symbolizing divine divinelove dh1nelove divinelove
love the white truth and hope the theblue theblue theb
blue b ue loyalty loyaltyWashington loyaltyWasblngton loyaltyWashington
Washington turned the other side of ofhis ofhis ofhis
his face remarking Yes Schimmelpennlnick Schimmel Schimmelpennlnlck Schlmmelnlnlck
pennlnlck nlnlck the red being emblematic of ofwar orwar ofwar
war the white of peace and the blue blueof bluecf blueof
of Justice Washington always 1waS fancied fanciedthe fancied1he fanciedthe
the combination his baptismal robe be being bejng being ¬
ing red white and blue The little chat chatwith chatWith chatwith
with Schimmelpenniniok led the im immortal immortal Immortal ¬
mortal George to Incline the Congress Congresscommittee Congre Congrecommittee Congresscommittee
committee to his wav of thinking and andthe andthe andthe
the tricolor national standard was wasadopted wuadopted wasadopted
adopted Slight changes were made madetrom madefrom
from time to time but the general de design deEign design ¬
sign remains to this day da So much for forthe forthe forthe
the talkative little barber barberNew New York YorkPr YorkPress
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I Louis uis S Diggs colored nine years old oldof oldof i ior
of 18 Logan place northwest fell under underthe underthe
the wheels of a heavy delivery wagon wagonat wagoat 1
at First and L L streets northeast about I
10 oclock this morning and was in instantly tnataDtly Instantly ¬
stantly killed killedJohn ktJ1edJolm killedJohn
John T Barnes colored the driver driverwas driverwas driverwas
was arrested by police of the Ninth Ninthprecinct tntb tntbreeinct tnthprecinct
precinct reeinct and will be held for thf tAe tb ac action actJon action ¬
tion of the he coroners jury Witnesses Witnessessay WItneaesaT
say that the boy was endeavoring ndeaYOr1 to toclimb toclimb todimb
climb on the front ODt of the wagoa whenhe whenhe when whenhe
he fell to the pavement both wheels whee1over wheelspassing j
passing over his 11t body
Families Camp on Mountaro Moun Mountain Mountain ¬
tain Sides Their Homes HomesInundated HomesInundated HomesInundated
Inundated Inundated1ELJCHORN InundatedKLKHORaIJ InundatedICLKHORN
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greatest t flood d ever known in the Tug TugRiver TugRiver TugRiver
River and Elkhorn valleys In seven sevenyear seveneArs sevenyears
year eArs now prevails In the last thlrty thlrtyhlx thlrtyIJx thirtysix
six hours the rainfall rgistered three threeinches tbreeinchea threeInches
inches Elkhorn Tuff ru Bluestone and andother andotb andother
other otb r streams are out of their banks OOnlesToday banksToday banksToday
Today along the Elkhorn hundreds of offirmili oftt offraniltea
firmili tt franiltea iU B are camping along the mounUans moun mounUdns mountldns
Udns sides de their home Inundated InundatedThree Inundatedhree InundatedThree
Three hree men were drowned by the col collipae col1r colltjse
lipae 1r of a suspension bridge spanning spanningtie
tie t h Bluestone Bhle tone River They Tne are J W WYoung WYoung Wyoung
Young IS years Arthur Castle 24 24years Nyears E4years
years and S W V Saunders 2S years yearsold ye2rI yearsold
I old oldThree Three lives are also reported lost at atNorth atorth atNorth
North orth Fork and nd two at Keystone KeystoneBridges Ke1sto Ke1stoBridges = 4 4Bridges
Bridges are washed waah d away aw along tilts thtsNorfolk tb tbXClrfolk tiltsNorfolk
Norfolk and Western tern Railway and traf trafHc traffic trafi1c
Hc suspended suspendedThe ausp nded ndedT
The T e downpour of rain continues continuesMore ontlnuc1lore ontinucsMore
More than a thousand thou aoo laborer laborers aro on ondjty ond ond
d djty Jty at repair work but it will be bemauy bemauy bemany
mauy hours before traffic can be re resumed resumed resumed ¬
sumed in this section sectionA
The wellknown poetical gifts of ofPrince ofPrince ofPrince
Prince Nicholas Nichol of Montenegro have havoenabled haveenabled haveenabled
enabled him long ago go to appear a r as an anable anable anable
able actor All the arrangements con concerning concxrnlng concerning ¬
cerning the recent solemn opening of ofthe ortOe ofthe
the new akupshtina kup btlna were in his hands handsand bandsand handsand
and that ceremony ceremon was really remark remarkable remarkable remarkable ¬
able for its impressiveness 1p pre lvenell and pic plcturesqueness picturesqueness picture
turesqueness ture quen The prince read his speech speechwith speechwith speechwith
with a firm and loud 00 voice olee But whenhe when whenh Wh911btJ
h btJ came to the pasage anocunclng thediacovety the thediscovery e edlfCOery
discovery of a conspiracy con plracy to deprive depriveMontenegro depriventeM depriveMontenegro
Montenegro nteM ro of her dynasty he stopped stoppedfor 8top 8topfor atop
for half a minute silent as II if 1 struggling strugglingto strubtUnto
to overcome his bl emotions aid Id then with witha
a lowered and sad voice 1 e read the thepassage thepanage thepessage
passage This made a deep impression impressionon Impres lon lonon
on all allrtMent present resent The members of o the thehot thekurht theskupshtin
skupshtin kurht na passed quicklY Into a redhot red
hot rage t shouting Down with the themonsters theJItOftIIter themonsters
monsters Down with the traitors traitornlDown 1 1Down
Down with IUt the conspirators and mur murderers murdttrersExchange murderersExchange ¬
dttrersExchange dttrersExchangeHE derers Exchange ExchangeHE
A man with a waistcoat and diamond diamondshirt diamondIbirt diamondshirt
shirt stud that fairly screamed Pros Prosperity Prosprfty Prosperity ¬
perity at all 1l within seeing seeen distance dletaDCeblew distanceblew
blew into the public bUC stenographers stenographersoffice
office in a New York fork ork hotel hotelSay hotelhfy hotelqty
hfy qty Say he demanded can you write writea
a letter tter to my golf golfThe gollI gotlTbe
I The stenographer e rapher assured him that thatshe thatshe thatshe
she could couldWell couldVen could1Vell
Well directed the sport after giv giving glvInS fir firing ¬
ing the name and address tell her JierIr herIve
Ir Ive connected with a barrel b rrel of jnoner jnoneron neY neYon
on the ponies And that Im goin to toNarragansett toNlrra toNarragansett
Narragansett Nlrra nMtt Pier for two weeks seo 8 sent sentFor > j
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new Suddenly she stopped stoppedI
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bcr b < or she explained in a puzzled voice voicehow TOIeehow voicehow
how to spell Narragansett NarragansettThe Narrapn ett ettThe
The man behind the waistcoat tossed toseedhis tOllfledbi tossedhis
his bi cigar stump in the waste basket basketnn buketalnd basketxnd
alnd nn < l scratched his head headNarnarrrrerr headhNArnarrrrerroh headNarnarrrrerroh
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Emma Goldman Is an American AmericanGovernment AmericanGovernment AmericanGovernment
Government Cant Deport D port Her HerTor lferFor HerFor
For Inciting the Anarchists
The The history and general gene l gtovements movements of ofKmma OfEmma ofHmma
Emma Goldman the high priestess of ofttaarchy oftmarchy ofunarehy
ttaarchy In America Is well known to toGovernment toGovernment toGovernment
Government officials in Washington as asthe ash asto
the h result of recent searching InQuiriesdflslgntd inquiriesdesigned Inquiries Inquiriesdesigned
designed to find some point on which whichthe whichthe whichthe
the woman w man could be sent out of this thiscountry thiscountry thiscountry
country countryIt
It has been ascertained that Emma EmmaGoldman EmmaGoldman EmmaGoldman
Goldman has been in the United States Statessince Statosenco Statesence
since 1835 that she is the daughter of a anaturalized a anaturalized anaturalized
naturalized alien and that she married marrieda
a naturalized alien all n Those facts according accord according accordIng ¬
ing to the conclusions reached by the thelaw thelaw thelaw
law officers of the Government and the theofficials theotficlals theofficials
officials of the t e Department of Com Commerce Commerce Commerce ¬
merce and Labor make It Impossible to toapply toapply toapply
apply the immigration laws to her case caseand caseand caseand
and cause her deportation It Is now nowheld noWheld no noheld +
held that Miss Goldman would be free freeto freeto freeto
to leave this country and return by any anyport anyport anyport
port at her pleasure pleasureThis pleasureThis pleasureThis
This fact It was said at the Depart Department Department Department ¬
ment of Commerce and lAbor has not notdscouraged notdscournged notdiscouraged
discouraged Secretary Straus In his ef efforts ef1rt3 off ¬
f forts trts to deport all aliens guilty JllltyO of fel felonies felonies felonies ¬
onies before be Core coming to the United UnitedStates UnltOllStates Unlte4States
States The department Is active in incarrying Incarrying incarrying
carrying on Its Investigations along alongthis alongthis alongthis
this line but no statement can yet ot be bemade bemade bemade
made as to the tangible results resultsIt
It is said that the criminal records recordso
of o about two wo score of aliens In Now NowYork NowYork cw cwYork
York city have been prepared and submitted sub submitted submitted ¬
mitted to the department with a a request requestfor rOQuesttor requestfor
for action The police are being aided aidedIn
In their Investigations by W V P Hazenformerly Hazen Hazenformerly Hazenrormerly
formerly connected with the Secret SecretService SecretSonIce SecretService
Service branch of the Government who whoIs whoLq whois
Is now employed by b the Department De tment o oCommerce oComm of ofCommerce
Commerce Comm rCO and X Labor abor as a special rep representative representative representative ¬
resentative to uncover the hiding places placesof
of the criminals who are marked for fordeportation tordeportation fordeportation
deportationWarrants deportation deportationVarranta deportationtuTanta
Warrants for arrest are asked in each eachInstance eachInstance eachinstance
Instance and the department now is isascertaining IsasrertaJnlng isascertaining
ascertaining whether the men wanted wantedhavo wanted1uo wantedhave
have arrived In the United States with within withIn within ¬
in the last three years If they the havethey have havethey havethey
they can be deported under the law lawThe lawThe lawThe
The Department of Commerce and andLabor andLabor andLabor
Labor also noo has the active support of ofthe oftho ofthe
the National Association of the Chiefs Chiefsof Chiefsof
of Police In Its crusade against the thevicious thevicious thevicious I
vicious foreign element elementBill elementBill elementBill s
Bill to Deport AnarchistsMay AnarchistsMay Anarchists AnarchistsMay
May Be Revived in Congress CongressSince CongressSince CongressSince
Since the Recent Outbreaks OutbreaksThat
That an effort will be made this ses session session session ¬
sion to get legislation dealing with the thedeportation thedeportation thedeportation
deportation of anarchists Is now deemed deemedlikely deemedUkoly deemedlikely
likely The recent activity of anarchists anarchistsin
in the large cities has impressed the thePresident thePresident thePresident
President with the need of It and at attention attention attentlon ¬
tention is being given the subject in inCongress inCongress inCongress
Congress CongressEarly CongressEarly CongressEarly
Early In the session Representative RepresentativeBennet RepresentAtiveBennet RepresentativeBennet
Bennet of New York had a bill up to toamend toAmend toamend
amend the immigration laws so as to topermit topermit topermit
permit the deportation deportation of an alien whocommitted who whoI wbocommitted
I committed a crime in this country up
to tl the C e time of his naturalization Under Underthe Underthe
the present law deportation Is possible possibleonly po possibleonly lble
only onl in consequence of crime me committed I
before coming to this country Mr
Bonnets bill was was acted on unfavorably
earlier In the session but It may be berevived berevived berevived
revived The Department of Commerce CommerceI Commerceand Commerceand
I and labor La or Is anxious that this be done doneI doneand doneand
I and President Roosevelt Is anxious anx ous too tooto tooto tooto
to have anything possible done to tostrengthen tostrengthen tostrengthen
strengthen the hands of the Govern Government Government Government ¬
ment against the anarchists anarchistsRecently anarchistsI anarchistsRecently
Recently Police Commissioner Bing Blngham Bingham Bingham
I ham of New York furnished the Department De Department Department ¬
partment of Commerce and Labor lists listsof listsI
I of thirty to forty suspected anarchists anarchistsand
and the department set secret agents agentsat
at work examining these lists and see seeing seeIng seeing ¬
ing whether any of the suspects could couklbe couldbe couldbe
be deported As a result of this In Investigation Inestlgatlon investigation ¬
vestigation up to date the department departmenthas
has caused warrants to be issued for forhalf forhat forhalf
half a dozen men who It Is thought thoughtcan
can be deported The warrants are In Inthe Inthe inthe
the hands of tho secret agents of the thedepartment thedepartment thedepartment
department who are working In New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York It Is believed arrests will be bemade bemade bemade
made shortly and deportation attempt attempted ¬
ed though a fight in the courts will willprobably willprobably willprobably
probably follow The names of the men menfor menfor menfor
for whom warrants are out are with withheld withheld
5 held until arrests can be made madeCHICAGO madeCHICAGO madeCHICAGO
CHICAGO April 2 2Sanctlon Sanction to call a astrike astrike astrike
strike at any moment was received by byofficials byornc1a1s byoftcials
officials of o the Milk Drivers Union Unionyesterday UnionyosterdaYfrom Unionyesterday
yesterday yosterdaYfrom from the executive board of ofthe ofthe o1the
the International Brotherhood of Team Teamfiters Teamsters j jsters
sters Final strike action will be taken takeny
17 t y the drivers at a special meeting meetingcalled meetingcalled meetingcalled
called for this afternoon at t Brands BrandsHall BrandsHall BrandsHall
Hall Unless peace developments developmentsshould developmentssoouldcome developmentsshould
should soouldcome come today the men may leave leavetheir leavetheir leavetheir
their wagons tomorrow morning In Inwhich InwhJch inwhich
which event Chicago suddenly will willIn be beJn bein
In the grip of a milk famine at least leasttemporarily leasttemporar11y leasetemporarily
temporarily temporar11yThere temporarilyThere j jThere
There still Is hope of peace A final finale finalnferenee
y > nferenee e of a a committee of the Illt IlltnMs 1111n Iiltnis
nMs n Jis Milk l lk Dealers Association and a acommittee a ac acommtttee
committee c of the drivers drit Union will be bejeld be1eld beweld
weld at tho Wellington Hotel If no noagreement noagreement noagreement
agreement can be reached then it ls lsalmost 13almost isalmost
almost certain there will be a strike strikeLOVEMAKING strikeLOVEMAKING strikeLOPEMAEIHG
Would you like to be made love to toin toIn toIn
in order to be robbed No you ou say saylovemaking 89Ylovem1t1n1 saylovemaking
lovemaking might not be objectionable objectionablebut
but robbery is going a little too far farA farA farA
A number of girls in London have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been complaining the winter of the unpleasant un unpleasant unptcaeant ¬
pleasant dual experience It seems that thatseveral thatseveral thatseveral
several handsome men always taste tastefully tastefullY tastefully ¬
fully dressed have been making a reg regular regular regular ¬
ular campaign of love and plunder plunderNearly plunderNearly plunderNearly
Nearly always they pretend to 0 be bemembers bemembers bemembers
members of toe stock exchange and andwhen andwhen andwhen
when their suits have ha progressed to the thepoint thepoint thepoint
point of engagement they manage to toenthuse toenthuse toenthuse
enthuse their fair victims over aome aotnebig aomebig aomebig
big boom of which they have learned learnedand learnedAnd learnedand
and thus secure all the money that the thedeceived thedpcelved thedeceived
deceived ones can scrape together togetherIn
In quite a number of cases young youngwomen youngomeft youngwomen
women omeft have been robbed of o their theirjewelry theirjewelIT theirewelr
jewelry by smooth ooth rascals to whom whomthey whomthe whomthey
they the had become b me engaged engagedMy engagedI engagedMy
My I love ove affair said one nO of the vic victims victims viatime ¬
tims sadly cost me more than oE8iJ oE8iJbut t10 t10aobut
3300 aobut but the money is nothing to thefact the thefact thetact
fact that it took away a 3 years of my myyouth DIYOuth myyouth
youth Outh and left me with the eo conviction convictionthat convictionthat 1lctkm 1lctkmthat
that I shall never trust another a ther man manExchange nwutExchange ntaaExchange
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when you learn how delicious they can be bebaked beVan bean
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when they came out of our ovens Put the can in hot water waterand waterand waterand
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