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Secretarys Secr SecretarysI tarys Strength Be Being Being Being ¬
ing Carefully Studied Studiedby Studiedby Studiedby
by Friend and FoeSentiment Foe FoeSentiment FoeSentiment
Sentiment for or Johnson JohnsonGrowing JohnsonGroving JohnsonGrowing
Growing Among theDemcciais the theDemocrats theemccrats
Democrats DemocratsIncreasing DemcciaisIncreasing emccrats emccratsIncrooslng
Increasing conviction that Secretary SecretaryTift S SecretaryTaft CretaryT1tt
Taft Is going to have the U votes > neces necessary nee88Bary necessary
sary to nominate at Chicago has marked markedthe Jn3rktttlthe markwithe
the development d lopment of polkicul opinion on onthe ontile onthe
the Republican side th tM p PASt st week weekSimultaneously weekSlmultAneoualy weekSimultaneously
Simultaneously decreaMi decreaHlflf K certainty certaintyabout eertakty3bout certaintyabout
about the nomination of Mr lr Uryan at atDenver atDenver atDenver
Denver has characterise the drift rift of ofDemocratic ofDemocratic oflfemoeratlc
Democratic commentThe comment commentThe comnlntThe
The antiTaft alliance makes no con concession CnCelon cuncession ¬
cession of defeat and The fh Byan n Tan Demo lkmorrats Democrats lf mo moHats ¬
Hats poohpooh th < Wea tint Mr lr Bryan BryanIs lltanIs
Is in any possible poul l clanger < auer of loslnt loslntBut loRn loRnBut loelnrBut
But white th the pars agents a enl continue continuetheir conUnuetheir continuetheir
their bombardment nf a defenaekss defenaeksspublic derctMk8I defeneeksspublic
public I with Ith unqualified assurances from fromall fromall
all sides 8Id the public itself lt lt is I beginning beginningto I
to figure things out It te figuring rixuringThat Jh figuringThat urJng
That Secretary s retary Tuft is likely 1ii < cly to be berominated beTominated berominated
rominated at ChicagoJohnson Chicago ChicagoJohnson j jJohnson
Johnson May Tie Up Convention ConventionThat ConventionThat ConventionThat
That Governor Jchne > is developing developinga d ns I Ia
a mighty good chance of tfetnx up the theDenver thevenver theDenver
Denver convention for x ses St s of bal ballots bRllots ballots ¬
lots and Anally either winning wJnnltl or at atleast atJ atleast
least J ast defeating def 8tJ Bryan aid 31 d opening the thettay theay thetray
tray ay for anotherThat another anotherThat anothorThat
That the increasing possibility of ofJohnsons ofJohnns ofJohneons
Johnsons nomination may yet have an anunfortunate anunfortunate anunfortunate
unfortunate 6fteot SIO t on the Taft move movement DIOern movement ¬
ment rn nl because Republicans npub c n8 are die disposed dleI08ed dieFoaedd ¬
posed as they realize the imminent imminentpossibility ImmkHmtJ088lolJlty imminentLosstbtllty
possibility of meeting a very ery strong
Democratic candidate to question questionwhether questionwhether questionwhether
whether Secretary Taft is the lh best man manthe manthe manthe
the Republicans could pit against Agal llt so sostrong 80trOng sostrong
strong a man m lt as s Johnson JohnsonThe J Johnsont onnsonThe
t The very ory strength of Secretary Seeretar Taft Taftat Taftat Taftat
at this state of the fight ght is In Infashion a afashion afashion
fashion accounted a ounted a weakness c to him himHe 1llm 1llmHe im imHe
He Is thQ center of the stage The lf Il1 l tt Nt Ntis t tis
is 1 on hi bIn P I iT i isubjer c csubjec +
subjec f t fry tT f y f ile le muj cu cuface U Urace
faces race S k koc yc uf 1 fIC e r rthat 1 fats fatssift ir irt
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that wl dt l s M0t stn t i rvfc C a anam jv jvname a aname
name namthltt < mjv N a Ue izu t tthat >
that the th ofianoe ec e f that vary Gr saaniKy aalamliyhappeningiti < saaniKyhappening 1amtty 1amttyhappenlng19ttlng
happenlng19ttlng happeningiti happening Is setting better betterNaturally b betterNaturally ttlJrNat
Naturally Nat rdlYf they Aha re studying LId lng their Ut lr own ownsituation ownsilW1Alon ownsituation
situation anew with reference refere e to this thisnew thlet1aw tidenew
new aspect of the Democratic contest contestSuppose contestSuppose t tSuppOse
Suppose Johnson J hns n should be nominated nominatedWhat oomlnaledYhal nominatedWhat
What then thenIt thenIt thenIt
It would all depend on how h w he Was Wasnominated wasnominated a8 a8nomlnted
nominated If the Bryan following followingJumped follo1ngjumped followingjumped
Jumped to the conclusion that he was wasWall wasVall wasWall
Wall Streets Trojan horse h be would wouldbe wouldbt wouldbe
be knifed knlf d as Parker was and Taft or orFairbanks orFtlrbanks orFairbanks
Fairbanks or Hughes or almost anybody any anybody Anybod ¬
body bod else at the head of the Republi Republican ¬
can ticket would win winSuppose 7lnSuppose winSuppose
Suppose He Holds Bryanites BryanitesUut
Jut if he were nominated in such suchfashion stichfasnlon suchfashion
fashion as to hold Bryan and the theBryanites theBranltes theBryanitee
Bryanites in line Una and to add to that thathis thathis thathis
his own peculiar and especial strength strengththen 8tren strengththen th ththen
then what whatWell whatWell hatVel1
Well for or One thing thhgthls this is the line lineof Uneof fineof
of discourse heard nowadays among a agreat agrc agreat
great grc t number of Republicans in that thatevent thatevent thatevent
event the Republicans would need to tonominate tonominatE tonominate
nominate tho very ver strongest t man they theycould theyo11d theycould
could find Of course that means meansRoosevelt meansRtotJ meansRc
Roosevelt RtotJ Rc oinVelt el With Roosevelt out of It Itwho ftwh Itwho
wh who is the next strongest man lTaft I ITaft If IfTaft >
Taft TaftThat TaftThat TaftThat
That is what they are asking and andthat andthat andthat
that is the reasoning process Which lCt lCtbringing sbringing Is Isbringing
bringing the War Secretarys record to tothe t tth tothe
the th crucible of the political poJlt 1 analysis analysisfor
for consideration considerationThe
The Hughes followers are hope hopeful hopeful hopeful ¬
ful that this process of analysis will willcause willcall1C willcatiHe
catiHe cause a sftfeandsane ne majority of Re Republican Ropublican Republican ¬
publican delegates at last to decide that thatthfc thatth thatthe
the th New York man is the one who whoought whoought j
ought to be named The Rooseveltthlrdt Rooseveltthirdtermers Roosevelt Rooseveltthirdtermers
thirdtermers thlrdt nrters believe it will bring brln the thestampede thustAm thestampede
stampede stAm ede on which
they count t tQ < j nominate nom nominate nominate ¬
inate their th lr man and assure the elec elections eleeHOIls die dietlons ¬
tions results resultsBut rO resultsBut IUJts IUJtsBut
But Just nOw n w the lh campaign c is in the thestage thestage thestage
stage of contemplation dissection dissectionanalysis dl60S dlbsectlonanalysis cUon cUonan11515
analysis It is six weeks eks till Chicago Chicagowhich Chicagowhich Chicagowhich
which is a long time Many any things may
Claims OJ ims of Allies AlliesThe AlliesThe MitesThe
The press pI s bureau of the allied oppo opposition oPJJ oPJJsltlon opposition ¬
sition came forward last evening with witha
a right good punch considering that thatIt th thatit t tU
It has been supposed I1Up to be gfqggy Itdid It Itdid Itdid
did claim it
not announced an announced announced annnunced ¬
nounced that the opposition to Taft Taftwill TartwUl Taftwill
will control > 1 at Chicago Chlca o by b over 1K 1Kvotes 100ol 104votes >
votes ol 8 Its announcement follows followsIt
It Is now certain that the opposition oppositionto
to Secretary Taft will control the na national natlonal national ¬
tional convention by a majority of more morethan moreI
than a hundred votes votesi votesiThe i iThe jThe
The last week was tho fourth inwhich in inwhich Inhlch
which hlch Secretary Taft has lost ground in inthe Inthe inthe
the proportion of delegates committed committedto
to his cause c IIe Secretary Secrot I Taft April A rl1 1 1had 1had 1had
had more m re than half the delegates delegat oS then thenelected thonelected thenelected
elected In hie instructed column May
1 less than onethird were so classified classifiedDuring ciassUlodDurln classifiedDuring
During Durln the last week the report has hasbeen hasbeen
4 been widely circulated in behalf of sec secretary e eletary cretary ¬
retary Tafts candidacy that the oppoA oppo opposition ¬
If sition to his nomination was disinte disintegrating disintegrating disintegrating ¬
grating and several opposing candl candidates candldatos candldates ¬
dates have hR been mentioned as about to towithdraw toVlthdr towithdrew
withdraw Vlthdr from the race It may ma be bestated betatel bestated
stated authoritatively authorlt Uvoly that these state statements statements statements ¬
ments in line with many others issuedfor issued issuedfor Issuedt
for t r the purpose of creating the belief beliefthat belletthat beliefthat
that the nomination no lnaUon of Secretary S r ary Taft Taftla TattIs TaftIS
Is assured have ha no basis b sls In Iniiot IniiotDuring fact footDuring factDuring
During the past weJk wet 146 delegates delegatesContinued delegatesContlnu delegatesContinued
Continued Contlnu d on Second Page Paget
Four New ti Haven Firemen Fire FiremenSeriously Fir Firmen ¬
menSeriously men Seriously Burn Burned Blirned Burned ¬
ed by Explosion ExplosionPolice ExplosionPolice ExplosionPolice
Police Arrest Three Yale YaleMen YaleJven YaleMen
Men for or Inciting IncitingRiot IncitingRiot IncitingRiot
Riot RiotN RiotHAVEN S Sev
N V HAVEN Conn May 1r 2 2R 2Rturnl R Rturnin Re Returnina
turnin turnina from a tire fir that for three hdurs hdursgave hours hourssav hdurssaw
saw the firemen of G New Haven the thtemost thiemost themost
most stubborn fight they the have ha had inmonths in inmonths 111monthe
months and which gave all the pollee policereserve polleer8lorvt polleereeerve
reserve of tho central station sta Jon a strug strugglu strugglu struggle
glu with a crowd of Yale students and andyoung andouog andyoung
young men of the town who attempt attomptted
ted to tolJresk break through the fire lines one onefireman oneftreman onefireman
fireman was fatally injured and three threeothers threoothers threeothers
others are r in a precariouscondition precarious condition nditlon as asa asrMillt asa
a result of the explosion of the heat heating heating heating ¬
ing pant of their engine house houseThree houeThrae houseThree
Three Yale students are under ar arrest arrest arrest ¬
rest charged with inciting a a riot riotThe riotThe riotThe
The men m n jnJur Injured in the explosion explosionare
are areFireman I
Fireman Thomas Connolly fatally fatallyscalded faunrscalded fatait fataitscaled
scalded scaldedLJeutsnant scaldedIJeuten scaledLieutenant
Lieutenant IJeuten nt Frank ConlinFiremen Conlin ConllnFiremen ConlinFiremen
Firemen James Martoll rtolk and John JohnGalzey JohnGalzc JohnGalzey
Galzey GalzeyThe Galzc GalzcThe GalzeyThe
The men of Engine No 4 returned returnedfrom returnedtrom returnedfrom
from the fire about DM 910oolbek oclock and not notfinding noLhiding notfinding
finding their heating plant working workingwell workingwell 1trkI ru ruwell
well Connolly went ent to the basement b soment to toInvestigate toInvestigate toInvestigate
Investigate The explosion followed followedand fOH followedand wed wedand
and Conlin Martell and Galzey G8ze rushing rushingdownstairs n1 rushingdownstairs hlnft hlnftd
downstairs d found Connelly Con4 I1y writhing in intheir Intheir intheir
their companion companionWhn compenwnn companionWhn
Whn n the alarm was a turned in at 6 6oclock 6ocock 6oclock
oclock for f r the Arnold building in the thecenter thecenter thecenter
center of the business district hun hundreds hundreds hundreds ¬
dreds of Yale students were in the thecrowds th thcroVods thecrowds
crowds pressing against the thafire fire lines linesPolice JinesPolice linesPolice
Police reserves r rVes waded into the crowd crowdSeveral crowdSeveral crowdSeveral
Several persons were ere clubbed clubbedWhen olubbeVhen clubbedWhen
When the alarm was 8 turned in at 6 6Foster 6Ister 6Fester
Foster Gilbert Gln ert ana Wallls followed followedi toUo toUott followedti3
ti3 < i w ntth tt th inciting a avr an
1 > > vr r ese n rfitLSd 7 std on JSW i6O i4t bail bailtV bailcer ballS ballte
tV < S
tor te r r iO dW S school sa onptain QlIPt l P of offate otraJa ofTale
fate a c irj j rla earn and played playedciv
qn civ q L football team t6 m last lastr la8tere lastro
r ro rK mere ere taken t te the theT theu
u T or hanagor manager m n3sor oit of the theIll theWOMAN
Has Lot Cleared That ThatThey ThatThey ThatThey
They May Play PlayBaseball PlayBaseball lay layMaseball
Baseball BaseballBaseball MaseballuBaeob
1 1Baeaball
Baseball U Is one of the greatest 8 ames amesin amesIn amenIn
in the world and I want to be con considered cbnsidcred c n nMdored
sidcred a stanch st n h advocate of it It I can canalways canaHa canaitvays
always aHa s be relief upon to stand st nd back of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the boys iho ho want to engage in muscle musclebuilding musclebundlng musclebuilding
building and invigorating sports sportsThus sportsThus sportsThus
Thus spoke Mrs Mary E Allan widow widowof
of a former State Senator in Virginia Virginiaat
at her residence 1601 Eleventh street streetnorthwest streetnorthwest treetnorthw
northwest northw 8t Mrs Allan has earned atfl d the theeternal theternal theeternal
eternal gratitude of baseball players in inthe Inthe inthe
the Capital City League Lea ue because she shehas shehas shehas
has championed chamIS ned their cause causeMrs causeMrs
Mrs Allan owns the th big lot at First Firstand Firstnd Firstand
and nd M streets northwest This had hadt hadJeen hadTeen
t Teen > een regarded as a public Ubltc playground playgroundfor pl ground groundCor
for many years ears and has few equals as asa asa asa
a baseball diamond because there are al aliOoot
70099 square feet f t of land l Iid there For Forsome Forsume Forsome
some time Um she let all the th boys tied the thelot thel thelot
lot l t for sport Itocontly nocontJ however the theCapital theCpltal thecapital
Capital City League boys leased leas d the thelot thet thelot
lot t because they the wanted nt d SxelUelve use useof useof useof
of the diamond diamondWhen diamondVhen diamondWhen
When they went to the lot however howeverit
it was covered with curb stones The Theboys Thebt Theboys
boys bt > ys protested prote8l d to the Commissioners Commissionersbut
but were always let doWn With prom promises promIses promises ¬
ises Finally they appoaled to Mrs MrsAllan MrsAUnn MrsAllan
Allan for refress Mrs Irs Allen directed directeda
a letter to Major Ma r Sylvester Sylv sler asking him himto himtet himto
to investigate InveAU ate the case and ascertain ascertainwhy ascertainwhy ascertainwhy
why the th curbstones cutbst Jt s Were dumped on onhr onhr onher
hr lot which n h she wanted th the boys to tohv tohiVi tohave
hv for sport sportThe sportThe sportThe
The letter Was s referrr to the Com Commissloner COhlmlsslon Contmissioner
missioner mlsslon r of the engiiutr en eng lnt nc 1r and street streetcleaning streetclaning streetcleaning
cleaning departments And nd it was learn learned lc learned rn rned ¬
ed that a private contractor has used usedthe usedth usedthe
the th lot for fo a dumping ground He was wasJrdored wasrd wasJrdered
Jrdored rd red to clear away the stones ston yes yesterday yesterday es esteroay ¬
terday and Mrs Irs Allan has won her herfight herfi herfight
fight fi ht for the boy boyENDS be beENOS
CINCINNATI May 2 2uI1I Ill sit on tho thoedge thoedge theedge
edge of the suspension bridge and give giveyou giveYOU giveyou
you YOU ISO S O if you push me off I haventthe havent haventthe
the the nerve to Jump but I want to die dieIll dieuIll dieIll
uIll Ill give you ou SO 50 if you shoot me theThese meThese meTh
These Th se and many other suicide bar bargains bargains bargains ¬
gains have been b en offered orI red by b C S Speers Speersa
a fbfrnor Chicago clothing salesman atosm n at atthe atthe t tthe
the Stag Hotel the last l month but no nodhe noIi noOne
One Ii would auld talre t l him Up In desperation desperationSpeers desperationSpe desperationSpeers
Speers Spe rs managed m nag d to muster up enough enoughnerve enoughnerve r ough oughncrv
nerve today to cut his throat tht at Hospital Hospitalphysicians Hospitalpb hospitalpliyslefans
physicians pb slolans say his wish Fish to die will be begratified begr begratified
gratified gr t1fted Speers S e rs Van despondent d spOr dentbe dentbecause be because because ¬
cause out of f employment employm nt
Chinese C nese Envoy Flays FlaysFood FI FlaYstFood ys ysFood
Food Provided by byHis byHis byHis
His Hosts HostsExpects HostsExpects H osts ostsExpects
Expects to Live 200 200Years 200Years 20 20ears
Years ears on Diet of ofVegetables ofVegetables f fV
Vegetables VegetablesSpurning V e etables etablesSpurnln
Spurning the digressive methods methodsusually methods1iSually methodsusually
usually attributed to him hI life Most MostSerene MolitEeTtme MostSerene
Serene Bxealleiicy Wu TKiigttMf Tiuda Tiudatorday 7e 7etorday ee eetorday
torday attacked shad at the t annual annualshad I1nu annualChad 1 1had
shad bake of the B Burnside Bur m H lde de Poet G AR A AR AIt
R It anti twisted wi that ag a agofMaed mzd nisea niseaton JIik JIiktona i teca tecatorial
ton torial al delicacy by U tars tall yell it spot spottor pUttored sputtered
tored tor ad with w th m mrttfteaUe rtlH rttlkatien atleR and e eatr eatragedpride tra tl tlpride < l lpride
pride prideI
I abhor bb r shad wa wan q iris me miMeK com comment COMnMut comment ¬
mentMat ment nMuthMat
Meat and shad nad t1 and other flaites and andfowls alldCols andfowls
fowls and fleshed art th the r ret et t of aH aHhuman 1111human allhuman
human ills m aid lie 11e with as a much t em emphasis entpba emphasis ¬
phasis pba s as his benign and pleasant J leUQMt leUQMtt1lt8 mt mttore antare
tore would permit permitThere permitThere
There was nettling JtOlh left ft unaaKl that h hcould IN INcould he hecould
could think of He heaped h hum huftWrOtl huftWrOtlpprbrtum humureueopprobrium re tf tfppprobrtum
ppprobrtum upon UM outraged body eC eCthe etthe ofthe
the Shad He reviled r6vl Its h hea heathghiifg heathghiifgproperties athgit tItgkbtpropf r rproperties
properties propf > rlg and despised d it for a teoolter moofcery moofcerywhich M90kerlwhich r rwhich
which would Utd shorten nxm mens livt UYd by bymementarily by11elR6ntaril1 bytnetnenlarlly
mementarily seeking klA to j ploase > loae their theirpalates theirIAlatee theirpalates
Presents the Wily W y One OneTien Oneen Oneuihen
uihen Tien en the dmnrr had been Jmiaited JmiaitedDr JlaIalNdDr i aIshedDr
Dr A A J HimloeM Hut lOeA with itlt many Inn flouriabos flouriabosaad flovrlebesand lle lleAnd
And bows And figures o of bp tpoeh ech h intro introduced Itrodeed introduced ¬
duced the vMy 1Iy One U w > the Ae awtMiblod awtMiblodguests aW aifnbbdguests lnbleclguests
guests The minister smiled i have havesaid havBald have havesaid
said M h had a delightful meal but I Ihave Ih Ihave
have h ve not had much variety I de not eat eatflsh eatftsh eatAsh
Ash but I picked lek8d up a little crumb crumbhere enIMbhere crumbhere
here and there like UM poor man dta dialog dtaing Ia IaInS
InS at the rich mans M 5 table tableTwo UbieTwo tableTwo
Two years erS ago h be continued e ve vehemently ve vehorumtb vehomently ¬
hemently 01 I gave p up tbe eatma eatiar lbItr of offlosh elflosh ofnosh
flosh fowl and Ash Now ow I eat notkmr notkmrbut 1tOt tftJJut netkhegbut
but simple vegetable vOlf t and I am wen wenI we weI weh wehI
I have hlW suffered Oh hoar i have Aa snf snffared nr nrfflred r rfred
fred from that awful a tu1 disease sciatica Bciatioa3Iy ebt1oLty sciatica3fy
3Iy ty disease dl6C e got ao that it acted l a II IIbaromttor a abarometer abarometer
barometer It Il1 was MICk a geed Varoma baromter Varomater mlRe mlReter
ter that I threw away every vry try other tttltert one duehad oneI
I had in the hone honeIt hone hottMIt honeIt
It wa wooW te a Itfveljr clots lifter jy when whenfiuddonly wIt wItMtddon1y wheneuddonly
fiuddonly my l Ie r would reaA feet f l a at thmVti thmVtiIt tbotItIh tbotItIhIt
It Itt de d lt ired to part with Itb me JEofmer We It Itwould Itwould Itwould
would develop jwaplttg > Mnpin r hemilnc palM painaand painsand
and I would otll41 become angry Then I Iknew Iknew Iknew
knew that it would rain soon soonAt NOnAt soonAt
At thte point the minister mtnl ter stooped for fora
a short time to explain that it was not nothis nethit nothis
his sciatic nerve in his nether hanb m hub b that thatrained thatr thatreined
rained rainedMy r reinedMy lraed lraedI
My I sciatica h be continued never neverfailed ReverfaU neverfaked
failed faU d me m It always truthfully fore foretold foretold ¬
told the weather But this th dW not nothelp nothelp
help h lp my feelings feelingsThen feelingsThen
Then came llmo the crash His Ii excellency excellencywent excellencywent
went for the shad the peer r dofeneeiees dofeneeieesshad del doenseaeesshad
shad in a manner positively vo Unstai Hft Hftsegregated Hi2ogr Hosegregated
segregated 2ogr gated it be picked plek It bone from frombone frombone
bone and held it up In n all Its hallow hallowress haltowtieas haUo haUoTess
tieas It was 8 a mockery It was 1 an Im Imposition lmpo imposition ¬
position positionNow po positionNow ltfon ltfonNow
Now good ood friends said he follow ufollowmy followmy followmy
my example and give II p the shad and andthe aadtho andthe
the meat and tn the fowl Come back to tothe toth tothe
the th simple life lifeExpects JUeExpects lifeExpects
Expects tto Live Zoo Years YearsI
01 I do not like to confess my age but butI
I will tell you t hat since I have ha re renouneed renouneed renouneed
nouneed shad I have felt like a fifteen nfteenyearold ftfteenearod fifteenyearold
yearold earod boy I will 1n live to be JW y Mrs yearsold Mrs01d ars arsj
j old not a year e r less J not a day dae less s I Iwill IwllJ Iwill
will live to t see the young men who live liveon Iheon liveon
on tarrapin and wine buriedGive buried buriedGive burlec1Gtve
Give up sh shad 4 give up meat and andyou andou andyou
you ou too will m Lye li to be M 4 years old oldYOU oldYOu oldYou
YOU will m live m and I want you to live livoto ltvtto liveto
to keep me company c mpan When heA I get to tobe tobe tobe
be 150 years old I want some men old oldin oldIn oldin
in experience eXP9rl exp rlence < nce but young oung In I feeling to tobe tobe tobe
be riy friends and comrades comradesLive comradesLlve < omradesuLt
uLt Live e simply smpl and grew young That Thatis
is my m doctrine Then If you wives die diemarry diemarr diemarry
marry marr young ones and set still younger youngerlont youngerDont
lont 1 ont give ie up Be a vegetarian and andgrow andgr andgrow
grow gr w optimistic it is with you that thatyour thatoUr thatyour
your oUr own salvation rests restsFully restsFuUy restsFully
Fully two hundred veterans of the thecivil thechU theclvli
civil war and their wives rallied ra Ued around aroundthe aroundthe roundthe
the flag ag at tie eJ shad bake Dr Huntoen Huntoenacted Huntoena Huntoenanted
acted a t d as toastmaster The Th doctor for foryears f foryearnr r ryMr
years has been b n acting eUn in the samecapacity same samecapacity Stlmecapl1
capacity capl1 itJ ana his opening speechpunctuated speech speechpunctuated spoeekjn
punctuated jn ficLUnt d by irregular bangs bn u UOA on the tbetable litetable thetable
table with a knife was 88 murmu murmured ed br brhalf rhnlt byhalf
half of the th veterans vot i rtll present reeenL Tlw TinRev TinRevHenry Rev RcvHenry RevHenn
Henry N Couden was the first t st speaker 810eakerIntro speakerintroduced > eaker eakerIntroduced
Introduced Intro u His address censietlfigprincipally com4atMg com4atMgprincipally COIIW JtISprlnclpal1y
principally of reminiscences e8 was devot devotod cleottd devotod
od to a plea for the furthering of tate tbefraternal tatetraturnal thefratbrnal
fraternal spirit in the Grand Army ArntyOthers ArmyOthers Ann AnnOthers
Others Make Speeches SpeechesCOmiharidar SpeechesCOnl1hartder SpeechesCommander
Commander D Deen < > ttn i of BumsKte Peetread Peet Peetread Peett
read t ad the record of the organization for forthe forthE forthe
the > past year Gen John C C Blackpresident Black Blackpresident Blaekpresident
president of the Civil Service Commis Commission Commlaslone Commission ¬
sion slone spoke for a short lime on the theprinciples thevrlnclples theprinciples
principles Involved in the civil war warComing warComing warComing
Coming back b ck on the boat the old vet veterans vetran8 vetgrans ¬
erans gathered upon the deck and sang sangtheir sanStb sangthefr
their tb fr timeworn battle b t1e hymns Their Theirvoiced Theirvoll1 Theirvoided
voiced voll1 t were Of feeble te < ble at first for what hat man mil milof manof j
of sixty can develop the lung power he hehad hehad hehad
had two decades dfc des before b ot But as they theysang th theysang y yang
sang their eyes brightened and their theirvoices theirolces theirvoices
voices strengthened d and when the trip tripAnally b1 b1llnul1 tripflnully
Anally llnul1 came to an end and the boat boatslowly ooatslowly at atSlowly
slowly steamed into Washington they theymade tbe tbemaM theyTrade
made the woods ring with that song songmade songtnEid songmade
made iariiiliar n the stirring times of ofwar ofwar ofwar
war warThen waruThen warThen
uThen Then well rally ran round the flag ag boys boysW boyswe I IWe
We W rally once onc again againShouting againuSho againShouting
uSho Shouting UnS the battlecry of freedom freedomANOTHER freedomANOTHER freedomANOTHER
f1AN AN FRANCISCO May 2 2A A slight slightearthquake slightarthquake slightearthquake
earthquake shook sh ok was felt here at 230 230o 2 2o
o clpck this morning It was barely per perceptible percepUbl perceptible ¬
ceptible and caused C no damage
Who Will Became the t e Wife af Prince Wilielm of Sweden Tki Afteraoas n
St Petersburg Decorated Decoratedfor
for Occasion OccasionN Not t b by bythe bythe Y Ythe
the People PeopleST
ST PETERSBURG May LPdno LPdnoWilhelm t I IWUhem Priuce PriuceWilhelm
Wilhelm of Sweden Sv M will marry IT the theGrand tit titGra theGrand
Grand Gra na Du DdeII Ditehees heM Marls m mtor Povbyvaa ough dtugkfar oughter
far ot Grand duke e Paul Fadvitch AHxanro AHxanrom
vtt vitch sa i > W + m t1W + C m i ar J t 3 3at 3e J
9 ok de k c lUkr axtepeoa at aLte T The e owremony owremonyw auan ny nywilt y yta1e
wilt w take ace at TaarskoeSeto o The TheCzar TiMC21ar Thechar
Czar King Gustov av of Sweden Sw the bride bridegrooms WWegrooms bridegrooms ¬
grooms father Prince Pr1 Carl Prince PriaceIgenborg PrlaeeIs PrinceIgenborg
Igenborg Is n1torg his brother and alster will willbe willbe willbe
be present So will moat of the Rue RueMn RueMen Russian ¬
Men ro roal al family and all the greatest greateatof t tof
of the nobility outside the th charmed cir circle ellCM circle ¬
cle of royalty royaltyFirst 1CtaUyFirst royaltyFirst
First there wW OtH be the Greek church churchritual churcritual churchritual
ritual and then a Lutheran tIIIt ceremonr ceremonrthat cer cerut ceremo ceremothat
that proper deference dere ce may be Hto shown shownto howato
to the dominant rehgions of both JR R1Ns R1Nsand Rafsata e este
ste and Sweden SwedenOutwardly SVoedenOutwardly SwedenOutwardly
Outwardly it will be a most magnifi magnificent lRagJlUtcent rnagtdiicent ¬
cent affair but bu really not a very happy happyone MPfIIrone hap hapone
one The palace will be cordoned conie ed by y an anarmy aftanny anarmy
army to protect the couple and the thegueats tileguests theguests
guests from the terrorists ts Besides best es the theprince theprince theprince
prince is admittedly in love with wttkbeIlltlfvl a abeautiful abeautiful
beautiful Swedish actress so that few fewSwedes fewSwedes fewSwedes
Swedes think he will be a devoted mae husband maebaad hueband ¬
band bandSt bandSt
St Petersburg is magnificently deco decorated decorated decorated ¬
rated for the occasion but it la by b or order order order ¬
der of the prefect of police The oom oommon oomm cornmen
mon m n people are not particularly enthu oathuslastic enthusiastic e thu thuslasUe ¬
siastic There Th r is a a general feeling of ofresentment otresentment ofresentment
resentment at the expenditure of a vast vastsum vaMBum vastcum
sum for a a royal wedding at a time timewhen dIRewh timewhon
when wh n the country is so embarrassed Hed by bysuch b bsuCh bysuch
such a financial state stateThe stateThe stateThe
The merrymaking at t the pa pamee see wiltcontinue wilt wiMcontinue wiltcontinue
continue until May 8 when Prince Wit Withelm Withelm W Whelm
helm and his bride will start for Swe Sweden Sweden Sweden ¬
den their future futarehomo futarehomoM home homeIB homeMil
NEW EW YORK May 2Mrs 2 2Irs Mrs Grover GroverClevoferid GroverCJev GroverClevtoMdd
CJev Clevoferid fUld left 1 Ct Lakewood Lake d N J early earlythis earl earlthis earlythis
this morning and Trent ent to her hunte IMtnt in inPrinceton 11Prlnoeton 1nPrinceton
Princeton When 11a tt she arrived Utore the thefollowing UterelJ thefollowing
following relJ wfftg message was as sent ent out by her herto herto herto
to her friends Crl Ms who hl haVd h V Vd Inquired as asto asW asin
to the serMue Hr limes < of r the formerreidottt former formerPreeMoHt fO m4Pr m4PrnNllll
PreeMoHt PreeMoHtH nNllll reidottti1 t tit
H the reports printed in the last Uwte 1i 1ie lastfo
e e ys s to the effect that changes for fortht fert forth
tht t ree IKd ht d taken place in Mr Clevn ClevKt Clevnk Clevnian
k Kt uMtlen oa 4fUon thtR are absolutely untrue untrueas
as 1 Cleveland d Is slowly but surely surelyreeev 8ur surlyreeev ly lyreee
reeev ng g from his late attack of digesti di digestt dtgeS
gestt trouble t We and has suffered no nocheek nOeItcek nOchuck
cheek in hte progress toward recovery recoveryHte rec recoveryHis tery teryHt
His friends and family are at a loss to touaderstond touooerMond tounderstond
uaderstond how saidi Ieh rumors have orig originated origInated originated ¬
inated inatedHowever InatedHowcer inatedHowever
However the general belief in Lakewool Lake Lakewood LakewooJ
wood is that the extent of Mr Cleve Clevelands Cle ClelkUd Clorelehd8 ¬
lands lkUd lilheofl IUn e has been 1 e n kept from fr m th thpublic the thetibUc thepublic
public tibUc The fact that Dr Bryant Hryantspends 1Jr8ntarends Bryantspends
spends so much time with his pateient pateientland patelentnds pneeientlends
land nds color to this rumor rumorThe rum rumorThe r rThe
The Lakewood Hotel Ho elf where Mr MrCleveland MrCleveland lIrClevel1nd
Cleveland is QuartereD is closed for the theseason theseason theseason
season thus affording him absolute absoluteprivacy ib lWJ olute oluteprivacy lute luteprivacy
privacy privacySAY privacySAY I ISAY
James R Dixon twentyseven twent seven years yearsold yearsold ears earsld
old ld of Twining City D C was ar arrested arrested Arrested ¬
rested last night nl ht by Detectives ODea ODeaand OPeeand ODeaahd
and Evans Oh a charge or petit lar larceny 1arc larceny ¬
ceny c ny He is alleged t lcged to have hay stolen a aring ang aring
ring ng valued at K from his sister Mien MiasVirgle MienVirgie I IVirgie
Virgie Dillon ot 117 1d It street slr street et south southeast sc southoast th thoast ¬
oast The ring was recovered recov red by the thedetectives thetecUves thedetectives
detectives tecUves in a pawn shopRtes shop shopRfcses hGpROSes
ROSes Violets Carnations and All Cut CutFlowers CutFlow CutFlowers
Flowers Flow rs Reasonable ne t1able Prices Shaffer ShafferlUh Shatter14th Shaffer11th
lUh L LA4v A4v
IIIT nil HIT DV D BY poBTn bUtlitLiUu bUtlitLiUuBelieves CORTELYOU CORTELYOUBelieves vnn
Believes Larger Govern Government Government Government ¬
ment Plants Generate GeneratePower GeneratePovter GeneratePower
Power More Cheaply Cheaplybaa ChesiplyOftheT CheaplySecraary
Secraary OftheT cnf the Traaury Gatelyon Gatelyonhas
baa protested againat t tIN lb enactment enactmentInto esndteeatnt IIHt IIHttate
Into tnt law of section of tile Lb sundry elvfl idrllpratteiatios elvflajipneyrietionn 0 01a
ajipneyrietionn pratteiatios MO wkWkv a M reported reportedbe r rted rtedAbe
> Abe be AMKOorMOojM PPI i CoUunlUOS c ott t tile tlMliMwe tilealiIlIrtMIt tllosse I
liMwe aMhedek aninocfbioa telm ia to toeoat1kC ennr ar tttto acontrast a acoatraeC
contrast W W tb dM dMhie fii MMaidNr tts44ta of etttli ftH eitt eitttrio ios iostric
trio ewrrem in any sayin and 4tt 4ttin 1NMwli 1NMwliIn
in and near the Distrtet af afoccupied < 7sicrinba 7sicrinbaoccupkd 11 11oecap1e4
occupied by F bo b Federal and 14i i igovommenta 111 aiunillpa1 aiunillpa1gov I I1ReIItL
gov govommenta govommentaAdmits eament eamentAdmits 1ReIItL 1ReIItLAdmits
Admits Some AdvaHtage AdvaHtageSecretmry A AdvaatageSecretary vaBuge vaBugeSecretaJy
Secretary CoIteqou Oort iyou agrees that It Itwould ItwoakI itwould
would be a great t advantage a to tae tbeGjv taeGjy8lllJlMltt theGovernment
Gjv Government oimiMNit In purchese MMTcmWB he electric cur current curat currout ¬
rent at the rate fixed ax In Oe Mil r rf rfoante ionts I Ioenu
oante for Ole Ant l 1 lbIII1W m o Mtowatt idkwatthours MtowattiMwrs dfwattotIIiI
hours and ad 2K 2 teats for eaon icaeains mcudingmillion mcllillngJDlWoII icaeainsmillion
million wk where re the Government cannot cannotgenerate eDaOtIta cannotgenerate
generate Its own current cheaper than thantbat UaaaUIat thanthat
that rate rateSecretary rueoCretary rateSecretary
Secretary Cortelyou says that underthe under undertbe 1IDhrUae
the rate proposed lit the oW 1 cents centsfor ceatsfOr centsfor
for tile Lb first million lid kilowatt Qo oa boors and andcenta and3l1
3l1 3 centa for each eh succeeding million millionper JIIIIUoAper millionper
per annum ahft It Is poooiMo pG that a slight sttghtGovernment slightsaving t
saving 1 might be made Ia some oC oCGovernlJlftt the theGovernment I
Government plants bat that In the theterger theIarger
large plants such as the Stat War Warand WaraII4 Warand I
and Navy Departments GovernmentPrinting Government GovernmentPrinting ftt fttPrntiDg
Printing Ofbcs Of Ace Navy Yard and Bureau BureauecXngravwe 1lureaut i
ecXngravwe ec t vtag and Printing current is isgenerated isgecerated I ISenerated
generated by the Government for ap approximately ap approximately ¬ I IproximateJ7
proximately one 0 half of the proposed proposedrate proposedrate i
rate rateRepresentative rateReprumiiiative
Representative eND UV8 Cary who introduced introduceddeclares latre4l latre4ltbe introducedthe
the Alhta fight sgnln section f which 1Ie 1Iedeelare hedeclares
declares wou4 would ouftI put tile company in the tbegraaj tbgraet thegrasp
grasp of the lactrio 1ct Iteht inieroets intrsttrhas inieroetshas Jat
has 8 developed m musrit dt cii new data datathe showing showingGovernment stowingthe
the cbea chepnu ec f current genera In InGo inGovernment
Government Go mment plants plantsPrepared plaataPrepared plantsPrepared
Prepared to Fight FightSenator FightSenator FightSenator
Senator All Allison of Iowa chairman of orthe ofthe
the Senate Appropriations Committee Committeeis COIRllllttla
is prepared to take up the cu4gels cu4gelsagainst cu4g e1s e1sagaiut Is Isagainst
against the proviaiona of section Mcuo f i as asIt uIt asit
It was reportde repo de in the House and to tomorrow tom tomorrow ¬
morrow m rrow be will U 1 briny 1x1 the matter vp p In Inth InUte Inthe
th Ute Senate He H will Insist that the Sec Secretary Scretary
retary of the Treasury be given stv greater greaterlatitude greaterJatJt1Me greaterJatitude
latitude and that tIN language of the thesection theseetiott thesection
section be changed so that it will except exceptbuildings exeeptbulldlltfS exceptbuildings
buildings wherti In the Judgment gDteat of the tbeSecretary theSecretarY theSecretary
Secretary t f the Treasury electric etectr cur current ur urteat current ¬
rent can be produced te greater advant advantage HYIItag advantage ¬
age ag by Isolated oKctric ttie generating generatineplants seneratlplants generatingplants
plants plantsHe plantsHe plantsHe
He also o will make It expressly et provide pro provide provide ¬
vide that the rate shall not be more morethan morethaR morethan
than tbta named t cents ee ts for f r tae first firstmillion firstmillion rst rstmlJllon
million kilowatt hours and S cents per perkilewatt perkllewatt perkilowatt
kilowatt hour for each succeeding suec ediltg kilo kilowatt kilowatt kilowatt ¬
watt hour instead of for each suce sueeed sueeedlug suceedleg d ding
lug million kilowatt hours j
HOMK RQ UI May M 7 2 fIn In order to overcome overcomethe overCMnethe overcomethe
the obstacles which the t e Cathelie Church Churchputs CIMINhp1lbltn Churchputs
puts p1lbltn in his way y In m marrying arryhi t1 Mme MmeAiftna MmeAnna MineAlma
Anna Gould Prince Hells de 11 SugaH will willbecome willbecome n nbeeme
become a Protestant se that the cere ceremony cerentm ceremony ¬
mony ntm may be performed both as a re religious re reJlsious religious ¬
ligious and civil function The religion religionhas reltgleahas religionhas
has ben the greatest reatest t difficulty as as It to tosaid jsHid Issaid
said both Mete M Gould Go kl and the prlabewere prtncc prtnccwere M1Iteewere
were agreed to the nuptialsThe nuptials nuptialsThe nupUlIThe
The church has refused to recognize recognizetbe
the divorce hence he ee her first marriage < e In Inthe inthe inthe
the eyes of Catholics Cath llc is not annulled annulledIf
If the prince should remain a Catholic Catholicthere CatboUeUtero Catholkthere
there could be no religious Ie gious marriage marriageand m marriageand ttlageand
and it is to circumvent cireumv nt this that he hedecided 1Mdtcided hedecided
decided torn nn rip change of faith faitha
Mayor MayorMENTO of Cleveland Effects EffectsSettlement EffectsSettlement EffectsSettlement
Settlement After Con Conference Conference Conference ¬
ference ferenceCLJ ferenceCL
CLJ > YKLAXJD D Ohio May x 1DaaI8r 1DaaI8rOC Deader Deaderof
of o a strike tjrt tying g up Ctevetaads s new B W i iMtmictpal IJIUIIdctNl1 imunicipal
municipal teet e t trek ear system dte dteappoaredt dtBo disaleperad
appoaredt taulajht o whoa Mayor Tom L LJohniien LJeIiuIHa LJham
Johniien mat a otraoitteon cam ml tee of melt from fromOi fromthe ntM ntMon
Oi the Issue TW men tomptamod tomple r Ad nod of new newMUMportatten IteWeL newI1
I1 eL e e ifilet linen by which thek thekraepermaLiea
MUMportatten Was wac cut dt a az anddot
dot j nded ad a mlu of 2 dints a a bour boura Leinnatter
natter a aaatiact with the o ca eapany eapanyieoeyr paoy paoyA DYUte
ieoeyr p slag Ute lined A Ae AeeC vote VOtftof votect
of t tae j men ted h d Just been completed completedshowing CJlhUdtIIt ompleteashowing
showing that lB 1 out of t UK 1 faif favored tawrtHIa rod roda
a strike strikeMayor strikeMayor
Mayor Johnson announced v 11114 that thatCOIItJIUI thatcompany tbe tbecompany <
company would provide pre de transportation transportationfar
far the men and would adjust other othergrievances otherce othergdevanoee
grievances ce Among the latter was the tbedtocharge tbtoC thedischarge
discharge of nearly 1 1M lip men in the last Iasttwentyfont lasttwentyfear JuttwetIt7tear
twentyfear hours for disloyalty and anddlaahfcditinrc IUIddltllleACC anddlobdleaee
dlaahfcditinrc of 01Mreet orders The Cleveland Cievehmdstreet Clevelandstreet
street car war resulted In two two8trHt Joel Joelstreet iec 1 1atreat
street ear mens s unions one on the old oldcent eNkeat eldicent
keat system aM OIl s 0It tile rIYAl 3 3ct 3 3tent
cent linewhich line wIIIeIk Mayor Johnson built builtTheae 1JuI1tup builtThoua
up upnae
Theae unions have MV been at war this thisweek 1sweek thisweek
week week and the attempt of the icent icentlocal ieeateeal 1Centlocal
local to put the men in the 9cent 9centlocal JoeatJoeaJ 3coatBeal
local at the bottom bot of the list and andthus aMtlau andthe
thus give dY the worst runs Is claimed d to tobe tebe tobe
be at the bottom of the labor treebies tree trouWes tnM111MB
Wes The wage e question will BO ever everfor everror everfor
for several MY months th5 by agreement agreementWe
We W will iU prove 110 that municipal owner ownership ovRerJlbtp ownership ¬
ship Will pay higher ber wages than prtvate privateownership prtvateowaersblp prtvateownership
ownership Mayor Johnson toM the theien UteMelt themen
Melt menThe ien ienThe
The mayor President Dupont of the theMunicipal the1Ibaal9ipa1 theMunicipal
Municipal Traction lines MB and a a com committee CORIJOluee eonmitten ¬
mitten of seventeen t men me from the theunions thenaiou i
unions iomJ are again meeting at the city cityhall ettyban cityhall
hall to complete com te their agreemnt g1 R1nt and andthe 1Mthe nandthe
the result will UJ be announced IL Sunday SundayPOTS SvlHiayAPARTMENT SundayAPRTMET
Panic stricken by shouts s CHIts of Fireseveral Fire Fireseveral FlreMveral
several hundred occupants oC the Olytn Olytnpla OlyrnI Olyatpia
pia apartment house Fourteenth and andBuclld andJuetlci andEuclid
I Euclid streets northwest northw st rushed Tl8 ed to thestreet the thestreet tA tA1st
street reet about 9 911 M oclock last st night and andfor andtor andfor
1st for ashort a 1Zhert time tbe firemenv IIrem were given givena vn vna
a stubborn fight M subduing sWa S the blaze blazeThe blazeThe blazeThe
The Are was discovered dlsc verod on the second secondfloor l secondboor colMl colMlftGoc
floor In the th apartment occupied by byHomer biHOlIMr byIdomer
Homer P P Setonan SetonanSeveral SebnnSeveral SeimanSeveral
Several companies pR1e6 responded r 5polM1 to an analarm anaJann analarm
alarm from Box 84 847 and when the ea eaSines easines engines
Sines arrived smoke was As coming from freratbe fremthe fromthe
the upper window wbMlo l of the t building buildingThe klldlngThe buildingThe
The Are bad gained considerable c erabIe headway head headway heaway ¬
way but prompt work by the firemen Aremenchecked firemenchecked Aremeachecked
checked the t flames s before much dam damage damlt damage ¬
age lt e wa Was s done The origin OC f the fire fireis Arefa lireis
is unknown unknownBelieving unkDenBeUerill unknownBelieving
Believing that the Ate re threatened to todestroy todeStroy todestroy
destroy th the big building 1tttI1d nearly alt of ofthe orthe etthe
the occupants fled to th tM street many manyyof manyof many manyor
of them carrying wearing wea apparel and andother aadther andother
other articles A large crowd soon soongathered SOOAStluarecl seesgathered
gathered about the home and the re reserves reserves reserves ¬
serves the Tenth precinct pr were called calledout calledout calledout
out outThe
The blaze was connned to Mr Sekaaas Sekaaasapartment SelmaasapartJ Selmeasapartment
apartment Rt The damage g Is estimated e at atW atW at1w
W B A A E R R R R Co CoSpend COSpe CoSpend
Spend your May Sunday among aJaOR ai oag the thewild tHwild tipswild
wild flowers and beautiful woodlands woodlandsatong weod1an4sIoR weodlansalong
along IoR the th Electric Line AU nature new la labloom btbloom In Inbloom
bloom I 125 + to Annapolis An and return returnl5
1 125 to Baltimore Ba1 more and return Cars Carsleave Carslee Carsleave
leave lee ve White lt House Station 3Sth and H Hsts H5ts Hsts
sts northeast theast for Baltimore and Ci Aarapo Aa Aarapo Aurap
rapo s every hour on the half hour All AHH AllH AllH
H streets str ts cars run direct to White Whlt12Lel
Woman Was Conscious ConsciousPart ConsciousPart ConsciousPart
Part of Time and De Describes Describes Describes ¬
scribes Experience ExperienceWanted ExperienceVanted ExperienceWanted
Wanted to Talk TalkBut TalkButCouldnt But ButCouldnt ButCouldnt
Couldnt ControlSpeech Control ControlSpeech ControlSpeech
Speech or Mind MindLOS
LOS ANGBLBS AN I14S Oaf May 1 jest JnstThee twaatetl jestwanted
wanted to tell pelt that I wa awake aWIakwre awakeTheca
Thee a were the first word of Jtrs JtrsBeulMh JIniBe MtaBeulek
BeulMh Be Hawkins w4 who bad bee been fat a acataleptic a acataieptJc acataleptic
cataleptic state toe eiBtotyre eIc1Ky days dayswhen ayewhen dayswhen
when she awoke at midnight teat night nightin
in the county hospital H Her r lees sleep sleepbeg sleepkpa steepbegan
beg began February lIeI M Phyeieiaa from fromaJl fromall
all over the country became interested interestedtteot interactedand eeted eetedme
and me here to see the strange e PL PLueat patient
tteot They tried hy various methods methodsto
to awaken her bat all efforts fatted fattedI
1 I cannot describe My footings t s during duringaH I1l1 I1l1aR duringas
aH the time that I slept rail MrsHawkins Mrs MrsHawkins noHttWkIINL
Hawkins Mjy My memory seems unpaired unpairedmy
a little ttta but gra4le1Iy things COMe to toMy tomy
my Mind Mindber 1 In tact I w Me a num number Dl Dl1Ier
ber of things thingsI t tOor
Oor I never felt aid or huasr If daring daringthe 4IcingOM duringthe
the time I ws WM la the trance PMkIoas PMkIoas4N Petth s sdid
did not tire me and a great deal or orH ofthe
H u I f felt u If 1a a aigiftmara 1d8 aore I Iha4I Ibad
bad JIG control ever everol my mind or power powerof
ol JlleeC speech when I was conscious and
alt although Mlgb I tried a au oc times I Iwas Iwas
was unable to make B aJse e a sound soundI
I f feel eei very mock awake BOW a aM d do donot cJonot donot
not want to sleep far a lows long tIMe a 8 I Iam Iafraid Iam
am afraid I will lapse tote a trance and aadsteep aMsleep andsleep
sleep anther long period riH I ka haze e O t e1Mb the theleeko e ed
1Mb of a M4 and newer wrist to lie liedown ie iedov
d dov down wm in e e againDr again againI aDr
I Dr > r Barber aoBeriitteadeat sopart 1 tG eat el the thecounty thee thecounty
county e unty hospital expras extlWMCl ed tile opinion opinionthat opIalonthat opinionthat
that ucleee 8 miforeee tt nervosa ervo eompli eomplieations eepheaboDs eompheattons
eations arise Mrs Hawkins will remain reaaaina
ta > a a normal condition coodtt 10ft of Health heakhLOTTERIES HealthLOTTERIES healthLOTTERIES
Fear of Secret Service Men MenWs MenWas MenWas
Was Incentive to Good GoodBehavior GoodBehavior GoodBeh
Behavior Behaviorrate BehaviorDIeui Beh avior aviorThe
rate DIeui aa aitIon a of the H HOM tse te IRt r rln piahihlt piahihltw
ln + g t Seetet t Serv ee dceesewn 4 stoat stoatwor IoatwerkIt
w werkIt wor reHtt for any 2JI other Cov Goveonsront naieat 6 6partnAe It Itputa16t de depar
partnAe par than tbe reaowry te JBDk likely ttkeiyto l lto
to rent lottery compiles COt8 Jlles dad put potpremium apremium a apremtwr >
premium upon land ft iteds f rands a eeordteg eeordtegto > nnitn1to
to a high official of tLe tL Treasury ne sry De Department Depart1BeRl D DpartmenE ¬
partment partmentId
Id like to have a little stock Jn agoal a agood a
good lottery eou company pany NUl said the ofacio1 ofacio1mat ofk offetalhaet al alJMt
mat night Soc MW w I think It te likely lOtelyto lIbl lIblto
to be worth something Just as soon soonas aoonas soonas
as the tottery wren en earn that they IeYsafe are aresafe soresal
sal safe from the Secret Service detectives detectivest detectivesthey
1 they t are areSlH sure to resume operations operationsfor s sfOr
for it was through the efforts of the tbeSecret theSeeret theSecret
Secret Service Servicemen men alone that t they were wereptjt wer werJI9t werept
ptjt out of btteteeeti and a paid more morethan morethaa morethan
than a quarter o of million dollars to tothe tot tothe
the Government It nnes fines Secretary SecretaryGarfleid SecretaryGarfield retar retarcrhkt
Garfield of the Interior Departmet is islikely Islikely islikely
likely to miss tbe Secret Service men menwh Dl menwhit n nw
wh w whit n he goes Out alter at r land frauds fraudsThe fraacThe fraudsThe
The Secret Service men ran down cIo 11 the thsfrauds th thfrauds thefrauds
frauds m the WestaJtd West and recovered In Inthe IntJte inthe
the State of Nebraska alone more than thana
a million acre acres of land that had been beenstolen Menstolea beenstolen
stolen All the evidence < eDee collected by theGovernment the thaGovernment theGOVer
Government JDeftt in the Standard Oil case caethe c cthe casethe
the Beef trust Investigations vestlga ACt the TaeSugar theSugar theSugar
Sugar Harvester r and Elevator trust trusteases trUStcues trusteases
eases was worked up by the Secret SecretService Secr SecrSerYke SecretService
Service Hereafter Hen < t r If the Attorney Gen General GeIc GeIcerat Geeoral
oral or any 1 ether departmental head headwishes headV1shes headwishes
wishes to collect evidence against crim criminals crimfAJs crirnthIs ¬
thIs who 00 are operating against hiS hirdepartment hiS4lep hisdepartment
department 4lep rtJlHftt bewill wm be obliged to hire hiroand hlr6and hireand
and train lral his awn detectives detectivesHe d t etlves etlvesuHe
uHe He is not allowed to employ y thai thaiSecret t thatSecret a aSeoret
Secret Service S < any longer Joog r and is also alsoprohibited a180l a180liWteci acdprohibited
prohibited iWteci from hiring any private priv e de detectives de detectives detectives ¬
tectives The House action placed placedpremium S a apremium apremium
premium urea crime crimeRECEPTION edmeWESTERNERS crimeYESTE8NERS
More than UM loyal sons and 61uSh 61uShtets daugAter aug augters
ters of CAMfemia C Jlf4 rRI and Oregon and their theirguests theftguests r reets
guests eets gathered at the banquet JCIvet at theEbbitt the theKbbitt
Kbbitt 1 tt last night in celebration celel raUen of theinitial the thohrttial theInttlal
initial vis risk of r the American battleship battleshiufleet baUIMIUttft
fleet to the Pacific Pact c coast coastTbe CoastThe t tThe
The banquet aqU t hall was draped with iUt na naUonl atJoDJ national
Uonl flags aad the tables tAI were banked bank banked
ed with 1U potted plants and cut flowers ServersThroughout flowersThroughout flewersThroughCMIt
Throughout the evening an orchestra orchestraplayed lchestraaplayed orchestrasplayed
played California and Oregon Ore Stats Statssongs Stat StatReS Stateseats
songs ReS and national tlcft1 anthems anthemsJohn anthemsJ anthemsJohn
John J ba Barrett of the tlt Bureau tt of Arner Arnerlean A Amercan r rJean
lean can Republics was toastmaster ter He l In Introduced Intredttced intredeced ¬
troduced Representatives Kahn Know Knowtoad KnowIAd 1 now nowlead
toad Hayes Snlth and several eral other otheproraiaeat otheJpromtBeRt otherprominent
prominent speakers who bo commented CCMJtme ted On Ontlt1h1last1cally entbueiastiealiy nt ntthu
thu tlt1h1last1cally fostieally on the reception re 81UOft the tit fleer fleerbaa tee llelias teehas
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GLASGOW May 2 The Clyde phi shibuilders Shl1Mtbdera phibuilders
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th tIeR > n of a dispute tsput which w 1dt has been g > t tteg
big on between the men and the em employers emyers employers ¬
ployers yers for many greeks e ks over a re r ¬ c
duction la wages Lockouts hive h ve bealaOW b been
deetd decided d upon all over Great Britain 11 an
15000 men will be affected

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