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LAST I AST EDITION EDITIONNU11iBER
Wednesday I LrJ 1 LUl 1 iUil iUil2HJMBER
NUMBER 6380 WASHINGTON WASHINQFJ ON TUESDAY EVENING JUNE 22 1909 PRICE ONE CENT
TAFT COM COMMUTES COMMUTESDEATH 1UTES 1UTESDEATH
DEATH SENTENCE SENTENCEOC9tJGKY SENTENCEt
OC9tJGKY t HOLMES HOLMESMurderer HOLMESL
L
Murderer of Mrs Mary MaryHamilton MaryHamil Ma MaHamilton
Hamilton Hamil ton Goes to Prison Prisonfor PrisonforLife Prisonfor
for forLife forLifePLEA Life LifePLEA LifePLEA
PLEA OF JURY JURYHAS JURYHAS JURYHAS
HAS ITS EFFECT EFFECTPresident EFFECTPresident EFFECTPresident
President Carefully Investigates InvestigatesCircumstances Invest Investigatest ga es esCircumstances
t Circumstances of Crime Before BeforeHe BeforefIe Beforedie
He Takes Action ActionThe ActionThe ActionThe
The President today t04i r commuted the thedeath thedeath thedeath
death sentence of Ducky Holmes to tolife tolfe to3lfe
life lfe JmprJsaaraaBt Mr Taft teek this thisaction thl thlaction thisaction
action after a oareful study ef f all the therecords therecords therecords
records In the case Duoky was to tohave to11ave tohave
have been hanged Thursday ThursdayHolmes ThunHiayHolmes Thursdayt
t Holmes Crime Recalled RecalledThe RecaIIedThe RecalledThe
The crime of which Holmes was con convicted con1Cted cant ¬
victed t was va a particularly brutal one oneOn on onOn oneOn
On the night in question the man who wholor WI WIfor ho hotor
for some som time me had been enamored e ef efMrs otMrs ofairs
Mrs Mary MaryHamllton Hamilton met her on Ninth Ninthstreet Nlntstreet Ninthstreet
street and declared doclar fl she was In an intoxicated intox intoxicated InlOxIrated ¬
icated conditionAt condition conditionAt
At that time she was with another anotherman anotherman anotherman
man Holmes finally succeeded in get getting gettInG getting ¬
ting her away from her her companion and andwhen antIwhen andwhen
when they left the street car near the theHamilton titeHamilton theHamtlton
Hamilton home he practically carried carriedher Cftrrledhpr carriedher
her to her own door After they had hadntered hadentered j jentered
entered the house hoo a quarrel arose be between between between ¬
tween them when Holmes attempted attemptedto
to remonstrate with his sweetheart con concerning conf converning ¬
cerning f mln her habit of drink and the thequarrel t thequarrel e eQuarrel
quarrel became more and more serious seriousuntil seriousuntil serleusuntil
until she he followed fOUov + ed Holmes into the hail hailwhere hallwhere 11 11where
where he afcot b her herClaims Mr MrClaims r rClaims
Claims SelfDefense SelfDefenseHolmes SelfDefenseHolmes SelfDefenseHolmes
Holmes declared that the woman drew drewa
a knife on him bet the testimony en enthis enthis onthis
this point was so contradictory co > that it itpave Ita Itgave
pave a e little light upon U > > OA the situation situationWhen sI situationWhen Uon UonWhen
When the jury returned returned a verdict of ofguilty orEuUt ofguilty
guilty they the also recommended reeomme ded clem clemency cJemfoncy clemency ¬
ency and later with other taftuential taftuentialmen b 4fuentlalmen uenUal uenUalmen
men signed a petition looking to the thecommutation theClmmutatJon theemmutation
commutation of Holmes sentenceHolmea sentence sentenceHolmea enteaceHolmes
Holmea was to have been hanged on onMay enIar onflay
May Iar 27 f but pending an investigation of ofthe ortbe ofthe
the rasa by the tb Department of Justice Justfeap
J p was allowed a1Iow d a months mn 5 respheThroughout respite respiteThroughout r fplte fplteThrouholt
Throughout the case Hobaee Ho M was w rep represented reprls re reresented ¬
rls resented ted b by > f Attorney W rnet J s BasbySsatth BasbySsatthGENTRYS DasbySMttbGENTRYS b 9 9GENTRYS
GENTRYS FREEDOM FREEDOMALMOST rREEDOMALMOST FREEDOMALMOST
ALMOST ASSURED ASSUREDHARRISBURG ASSUREDHARRISBURG ASSUREDHARRISBURG
HARRISBURG Pa June 32 azGover azGoverlOr Gover Governor Governor ¬
nor Stuart this afternoon approved the therecommendations thereommendatioDa therrommendatlons
recommendations of the State board of ofpardonj otardonJ ofpardons
pardons ardonJ and signed the paper which whichwill whichwiJI whichwill
will give James B Gentry slayer of ofMadge oCMadse ofMadge
Madge York his h1 freedomINSULT freedom freedomINSULT treedomINSULT
INSULT TO SPANISH SPANISHSAYS SPANISHSAYS SPAN SK SKSAYS
SAYS CUBAN PAPER PAPERUrges PAPERUrges PAPERUrges
Urges Castilians to Drape Houses HousesWhile HousesWhile HousesWhile
While uIsla Isla de Luzon Is in inHarbor inHarbor inHarbor
Harbor HarborHAVANA HarborH HarborHAVANA
HAVANA H A v A A June 22 nThe The Dlario Erarl E Era Be Bearr
rarl ra arr < a leading 1 ln Spaaish newspaper nawspaperT
T < lay ay denounces the bringing of the theFteamBhip thef thesteamship
steamship f Isla de Luzon to the Ha Havara Haart Haara
vara art a harbor as aa insult to all
t Pra franlarda franlardaIt antarda antardaIt n lards lardsIt
It waves the bloody shirt in rertmg re rest rei ¬
st i rtmg tng the vessels vesselpart part In the Spaafsh ish ishJtmer1ean
American war and suggests aUlg9 ts that a all
Spanish houses hou in the city be draped drap
4 1 mourning u lnt the eaab as long as the vessel re remains re remains reRADIUM ¬
mains a in the harbor harborRADIUM harborRADIUM r
RADIUM IS GIVEN GIVENTO GIVENTO GIVENTO
TO THE RED CROSS CROSS1SAN CROSSSAN
SAN MATZO ATEO CaL June 12 LIt It was wasannounced wuannounced wasannounced
announced today that Mrs Whitelaw WhitelawReid WhltelawReid White law lawHeld
Reid wife of the American ambassador ambassadorto
to f Great Britain has presented the Red Bedrross Redf
f rross ran Guild Hospital of this city with withd withis
is d > 000 worth of radium for use in surgic surgi
c i 4 operations Mrs Held has taken takar
r Fr rpat r i at interest in tereat In the hospital This Tb city cityi
1 her er former home homeWhite homeWhite homeWhite
White House ousp Callers CallersThe
The Vice President PresJdeatSenators Prakleattors Presidentitenators
Senators tors Brown of Nebraska NebeeekuiBurkett NebraskaBtrrkett NebNlkaBurkett
Burkett of Nebraska NebraskaWarrea NebrukaWan NebraskaWarren
Warren Wan of Oklahoma OklahomaS OkIaJtomLIIZ9ruenttIYM Oklahoma5gresentatlves
IIZ9ruenttIYM S resentativee Livmgeton of Georgia GeorgiaMedolre GeorJtaMeGulre GeorgiaMcOufre
Medolre of Oklahoma OklahomaWEATHER OklahemaX1EATHER OkiahemaWEATHER
WEATHER REPORT REPORTresettled REPORTrnaettlecl REPORTrnsettled
resettled weather prevails J revaU over practically prac practically pract ¬
tically t ally the entire area between theRnckY the theHocky tbeRCKY
Hocky mountains and the Atlantic eouttate coastStates coast coastStates
States tate and Dd there were showers within withinthe withini
i the ha tE last twentyfour hours ura la the th Gulf Gulfanft Gultanr Gulfan
anft anr + l South Atlantic States the Ohio Ohiovalley OJaloalley Ohioalley
alley the Lake regions the tb upper hl hlsasiPPI Mis Mississippi JtUIJ8ippl ¬
sissippi 8ippl valley and the Plata PIa States StatesThe Stat StatesThe L LThf
The > warm wave continued general feneral int in inte 1ftt
te t < e Mississippi valley sad alt aJ districtseast districts dltltrlctaf2st districtseast
east thereof thereofFORECAST thereotFORECAST thereofFORECAST
FORECAST FOR THE DISTRICT DISTRICTPartly DISTRICTPartly I IPartly
Partly cloudy with shower eow tonightff tonight
ff Wednesday not much change in intemperature tntmperat1in intemperature
temperature light to moderate MO erata south southand soethand th than
and an southwest soutbw wtsde w wtsdeTIT
TEMII TEMIIR Tt1RJL
R 2 m r + u fS fSr 70am
7 i r am a m pm pmpm pm m ra ram j i iSUN S Si S SSUN H Hm
SUN SUNln SUNSin
Sin ln rise 4 4I1 4I1a
511 a n 5et sets 7 7Tm 7t0
TIDE TIT TABLB TABLBToday orABLBoTodayHIp TAtlrsTodaySigh
1 Today TodayHIp HJgh tide dill 1111 11 a m and 11M 11Mp 11 11m
p m Low tide tM ii a a w and I p m mTomorrow 1ftTmorrowBh1a mTcmorrowHigh
Tomorrow TmorrowBh1a High tide 131 1S a m Lowtide Low Lowtide Lowtide
tide 63 6 a m and aa l 141 p t m mCONDITIONS mDITION mrONDITIONS
CONDITIONS DITION OF THE RIVER RIVERHARPERS RIVERHARPERS RIVERHARPERS
HARPERS FERRY Va June Juneoth 22
Eoth oth the rivers are muddy this morning morntn morntnJo
Jo
I Wheew But It Surely Is IsHot > Hot Round Ru Here
THERMOMETER REGISTERS NINETY AT THE KIOSK BUT IT FEELS LIKE no i
CABINET DISCUSSES DISCUSSESTARIFF DISCUSSEST DISCUSSESTARIFF
T TARIFF ARIFFAMENDMENT ARIFFAMENDMENTPresident AMENDMENT AMENDMENTV I IPresident
V
President and His Advisers Believe Corporation Tax TaxMeasure TaxMeasure TaxMeasure
Measure as Framed by Attorney General Wickersham Wicker Wickersham Wickersham
sham Wi1lStand Will Stand the Test of Constitutionality
By JAMES AMES HAY Jr
Most ef f Ute time of the Cabinet C lnet meet meetIng meatInG meeting
Ing today was devoted to a discussion discussionef dlsou slen slenot
ef the new draft di ft of the proposed proposedamendment propoeedamendment proposedamendment
amendment to t tethe sthe the tariff bill to provide providefor
for a 2 per cent cent tax on q the net earnings earningsof
of corporations Th3 Th J new draft was wascompleted wascomplted wascompleted
completed by the Attorney General lat latnight l lastnight t tnight
night and the general opinion of the thePresident thePresident thePresident
President and his Cabinet Cabln t id i that itwill it itwill itill
will ill accomplish Ju it purpose purposeAnother purposeAnother purposeAnother
Another conference will bo held at the theWhUe theWillte theWhite
White Hodes tonight wl ghtbotleea between th the Pres President PrGliJdent PresMent ¬
dent the theBePllblleRn Republican mambacs mOIJ1 rn mner of t C the theSenate theSenate theSenate
Senate C cendtttle mlttae a on Flnart H1nerW4 Plnawa Senator Senatoroot
oot of New York aw and tb the tbeGeneral AtterneY AtterneYGeneral Attorn AttornGeneral
General GeneralAccording GeneralAeconUn GeneralAccording
According to the present outlook no nomaterial nomaterial nomaterial
material changes will be made in the theamendment theamendment tamendment
amendment which now provides that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the tax of 2 per cent shall be levied only onlyIS onlyTHINK onlyTHINK
THINK MRS GOULD GOULDIS
IS PERFECT LADY UDfMore LADYMore
More Witnesses Introduced Introducedto
to Rebut Testimony for forthe forthe forthe
the Defense DefenseNEW
NEW YORK June 22 22W When 8ft court courtooRVonad courteoned courtoowvetted
ooRVonad today for the eighth day of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the stilt of Katherine Ciemmons Gould Gouldagainst GouldagaJn Gouldagainst
against agaJn t hr millionaire husband How Howard Howand ¬ I Iard
ard Gould Mrs Gould continued to put putwitnesses putwttnee putwitnesses
witnesses wttnee e in rebuttal to the testimony testimonyoffered tesUmonyottered testimonyoffered
offered by her husbands hu bands witnesses wtbte es to tothe tothe tothe
the effect that she has led the life of a adrunkard adrunkard adrunkard
drunkard for the th past seven years yearslira y yearsMrs rs rs201rs
lira Gould called former servants and andothers andothers andothers
others some of whom had been pres present pr prent present ¬
ent on th the occasions specified by her herhusbands herBUbaftdS herhusbands
husbands witnesses and all gave favor favorabte favocable favorable
able testimony All declared that they theyhad theyhad theyhad
had never seen her under the influence influenceof
of liquor nor heard her use vile lan language lupage 1anguage ¬
guage Most Mo t of the witnesses 1tne e declared declaredthat declaredthat declaredthat
that she he had always acted like a per perfect perfect perfect ¬
fect lady
Contradicts Others OthersJtun OthersJounes OthersJame
Jtun Jounes s J Brenan of Westbury L L La I Ia La
a a janitor Uor in the public schools there therewho therewho therewho
who was employed as a general handy handyman handYDI handymac
man DI A at Castle Gould from May 1HM 1HMttatil li1HvatU 1 04 04until
until April prtl JW directly contradicted contradictedthe
the statements etaten ents of several previous prevlo witaeeeea wit witosa wltre
aeeeea osa o regarding re udln the actions and ap appaaraAc appe appeaxaaee
paaraAc pe of Mrs Gould on several severalstated 1leVera1oeea1Oft1i severalstated
stated occasion occasionHe oeea1Oft1iHe
He said he had n never ver seen her under underthe uBdvUte underthe
the influence of liquor and never heard heardher hrtlswear heardher
her swear swearFrank swear swearr swearrank
Frank r rank nk J Bohn who was employed yed yeda as asa asa
a chef at Castle Gould and on th tfteJCltt thepaehtbflagara yacht I INiagara I
Niagara and Morn Bausch a hair hairdr hlrdr hairdresser
dr dresser Mr both testified that they had badnever I Inever
never er seen Mr Mrs Gould affected by byManor byUttuor byliquor
Manor
Hotel Man On Stand StandWilliam StandW1Ulam StandWilliam
William W V Lynn proprietor of the theCarroU theCarroll theCarroll
Carroll HOUM of Lynchbucg V Va u wb waJIr where wherefirs r rMrs
Mrs JIr firs Gould is alleged to have entertain entertained
ed Dustin Farnum the actor in h bar barroo hermoms r rrooms
rooms roo testified that th the rooms roo occupied occupiedby occup occupby
by Farnum were two floors oor above 8ve those thoseof thcNteot thoseof
of Mrs n Gould and in a different part partof partof
of the hotel hotelH hotelHe hotelHe I
H He Identified checks and bills showing showingcharges I showingcharges owtAg I Ic
charges c TBe for only one meal served for fortwo tortwo fortwo
two p person rsoni in II her rooms This Th was on ona ona ona
a Sunday evening oveningTb fJvenlnKTh eveningThe
Tb The negt aegio Df 0 waiter Clarence Pupae Pultentestified Pul PultM Pupaetestified
testified tM Ae4 for Gould that he had served servedbreakfast servedbreakfast rve4 rve4ktluat
breakfast ktluat luncheon and supper suP te Far Farnmn JJacBam Farsum
Bam and Mrs Gould in her rooms The ThehoUl TIMbotal Thehotel
hotel records apparently refuted this Uitastatement u utatemat thisstatement
statement Lynn testified that he h knew knewMrs knwXJII knewMrs
Mrs Gould quite well and had dinttd dinttdwith difttMIwith dtnbdwith
with her at Blue Gap Farm He said saidUpat AJctUlat saidshe
that thatfeet she always behaved b haved like a per perfdet perfeet
feet lady and that he had never seen seenhar Heft8l seenher
her 8l under the influence of liquor liquorBILL liquorBILL liquorBILL
BILL ARPS WIDOW WIDOWDIES WIDOWDIES WIDOWDIES
DIES IN GEORGIA GEORGIACOLUMBUS GEORGIACOUL1BUS GEORGIACOIILMBLTS
COLUMBUS Ga June DXII 51hrsCharts 28 DXIIrI Mrs Mrsdiaries
diaries rI H Smith widow l4ow of BIN BtII Arp Arnth Arptble Arpthe
the th widely known newspaper humorist humoristdd humorltdfpd humors t tdied
dd at her home h here > re today todayShe todayShe
She had been Hi for some time
on those tb fl corporations 091 ratlon whose whosenot not carnings earn earnIngs j jings
ings are more morethaa than bi000 000 B3ear a year It Itwill Itwill Itwill
will be so framed as to tax thosebonds thosebondswhich those thosebondswhich bonds bondswhleh
which are obviously obYiou ly issued to avoid the thetax thetX thetax
tax taxThe
The President still feels confident that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the Senate a and td d House will pass the theamendment theamudme theamendment
amendment t without any particular op opposition opposition opposition ¬
position Tho Republican members of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Finance Committee hold to o the same sameopinion samoopinion sameopinion
opinion opinionThe opinionTIM opinionThe
The Administration is described describedteellng as asfeeling asfeeling
feeling that tb t the th opposition o p IUon to tothe the meMo meatwre meaRtre meMowre
wre tre ha has bean based on onunreal unreal grounds groundethat groundsthat ound oundaat
that aat there will wlilbe be no trouble lnCOL incokletting lnCOLtocting IncoIrJecUng
letting the be tax and i that the oppor opportunity OPlortunity op wr wrtunlt ¬
tunlt tunity thus tltt t e afforded afo d d for Fedora inspec inspection In Inspection p c ctlon ¬
tion of of the tb e operations of teo the corpora corporations corvoruttcmll rpora rporattons ¬
tions will be one of the most important importantvictories ImportantYietorte importantvictories
victories won by the Government for a along aJong along
long time timeNo timeHENEY timeHENEY
HENEY WILL 1LL PUSH PUSHCALHOUN PUSHCALHOUN
CALHOUN TO LIMIT LIMITNo
No Let LetUp Up in Trial of San SanFrancisco SanFrancisco SanFrancisco
Francisco Traction Boss Bossfor Bossfor Bossfor
for Bribery BriberySAN
SAN FRANCISCO June 32 3As 1Assistant 1AssistantDistrict Assistant AssistantDistrict istant I
District Dt trlct Attorney Francis J J Heney ap apparently app apparently ¬
parently p r8Rtly is I as a confident as a ever today todaythat todaythat todaythat
that he will yet bring about the con conviction conYictloft conviction ¬
viction of Patrick Calhoun president of ofthe otthe ofthe
the United Railroads on a charge of ofbribery ofbribery ofbribery
bribery notwithstanding the fact that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the five months trial of Calhoun re resulted reaulUlcl resulted ¬
sulted in jl a disagreement with the Jury Juryreported juryreported juryreported
reported to be ten to two for acquittal acquittalThere acquittalThere acquittalThere
There are two questions I want to toask touk toask
ask Calhoun said Honey today I Iwant rwant Iwant
want to ask hhn what became of the theiaewi
260000 006 which his hi counsel Ford drew drewfrom drewfrom drewfrom
from the United States Mint MintThe MintTbe MintThe
The people are far more interested interestedin
in the answer to that question than they theyare thoyare theyare
are in what Calhoun thinks of me Cal Calhoua Calhoun
houa 0011 says t he waited three years to tell tallhis tellhili tellltia
his story and vindicate himself I would woulHlike woulillike wouldlike
like to ask Ilk him then why he did nit do doit doit doIt
it Did not he have confidence in the theJury thejUry thejury
Jury JuryCalhouns
Calhouns retrial has b been < en set tar fernext tarnext fornext
next Monday but it is possible that his hiscounsel hiseouneel hiscounsel
counsel will effect a postponement postponementEXPLOSION postponementEXPLOSION tponemelt tponemeltEXPLOSION
EXPLOSION IN MINE MINEKILLS MINEKILLS MINEKILLS
KILLS SEVEN EVE MEN MENAll ME MEC MEAll
C
All A1 All Victims Caught in Slide of ofEarth ofEart ofEarth
Earth Loosened by Fire FireDamp FireDamp FireDamp
Damp DampVOLKAN DampVOLKAN DampVOLKAN
VOLKAN Hungary June Jun 3S Seven Sevenwere SvenkU Sevenwere
were killed kU and eight injured in a a mine mineexplosion mineexplOlllon mineexplosion
explosion near here today todayAll tedayAll todayAll
All the victims leUm are miners caught be beneath beDeath beheath ¬
Death a slide of earth loosened by a fire nredamp fireamp firedamp
damp explosion explosionHACKER aplolonHACKER explosionHACKER
HACKER ARRIVES ARRIVESHERE ARRIVESHERE ARRIVESHERE
HERE ON SATURDAY SATURDAYNew
New Inspector of Buildings Will WillTake WillTake WillTake
Take Up His Work Im Immediately Immediately Immediately ¬
mediately mediatelyMorris
Morris Macker the new Inspector Insp tor of ofBuildings ofBufldtftlS ofBuildings
Buildings will arrive in Washington WashingtonSaturday WahlngtOft8tunlay WashingtonSaturday
Saturday In order to accept the posi position PGlIUon position ¬
tion Mr Hacker Hck r resigned the office of ofchief otchief ofchief
chief engineer of the Ohio Electric rail railway rally railway ¬
way y with headquarters at Lima Ohio OhioMr OhioMr OhioMr
Mr Kacker who was formerly super superintendent supetIntuMIeat su er erintcndent ¬
intendent of roads of the District will willenter will willenter willenter
enter upon hi hw duties dutl July 1 1DIES 1DIES 1DIES
DIES ON WIFES GRAVE GRAVEHAGERSTOWN GRAVEHAGERSTOW GRAVEHAGERSTOWhid
HAGERSTOWN Md June 22 22lIar 22lIartJa 2Martin Mar Martia
tin i I Kyer lE7 yer a retired resident of Cham Chsmbershurg Cham6ranut chamberahu
bershurg berahu 6ranut b fell dead from sunstroke u troke over overhis overhis overhis
his wUVi wlf wiie i grave in Cedar Grove Ceme Cemetery Cemetery Cemetery ¬
tery
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SOREBILL
OVER UlLI TARIFF T inllli i Rll DILL DILLThinks BILL BILLThinks BILLThinks I
Thinks Rights as fnrier7 cfahlierAre fnrier7Are fijla j r rt
Are Infringed tn tnRoasts On Ontc h hRoasts t
tc Roasts i Capifal CapifalBUREAU Capif CPa 1 aL aLBUREAU L LlUREAU
BUREAU RUNS RACE RACEWITH RACEUITH RACEWITH
WITH AVENUE STAND STANDTemperature STANDTcmperatureJil STANDTemperatures
Temperature at the Weather WeatherBureau WeatherBureau Y ftther fttherBureau
Bureau and nt the Kipnkon Kionlc IJk on n the theAvenue tbeeDue theAvenue
Avenue eDue iu in front of Munaey 1IunaeYDuIJd 1IunaeYDuIJdIng MunseyBuildlug Uulld Uulldins
ins insI
I Weather < Avenue Yenue Yenuef
8 J 7S f i 11
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11 87 7 n a5 a5SS
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1 SO SOI D1 D1I 07I
I bee ee be th papira said Old Sol Solto Soltq Sotto
to Father Neptune a am he swung up out outof outof outof
of his h bath in the Atlantic Ocean on onhis on1U5 onhis
his morning DtOI aerepiaas pIaJt trip through the thesky theaky thesky
sky I He e be th papirs p ptts that th thSinnnifs thySlnnntts thSinnnits
Sinnnifs pat a tariff on hues hldSWots huesNets hkiasWots
Wots that got to do with you old oldboy oldboyo oldboy
boy Nep sea ez e BP a he wiggled a shark sharkoff Markorr sharkoff
off the end of his bI terse rge toe to Wots yer yerbloomln yerbloomln yerbloomin
bloomln intrust In hides I a asks ks I Idoes Idoes Idoes
does doesNothin
Nothin much only Im the biggest biggesttanner blggttanner biggesttanner
tanner In 11 the wurrld Fm goin down downan downan downan
an show them bhoyi in the Sinnit they theycant theYcant theycant
cant monkey with me Industhrles No Nopurteckshun Nopurteckshun Nopurteckahun
purteckshun fer meAnd me meAnd meAnd
And he did To which the Weather WeatherBureau WeatherBureau WeatherBureau
Bureau and most of Washingtons 360690 50905can 360690can III IIIcan
can testify profusely profanely andwith and andwith nnllwith
Bureau
with abandon The weather Bureau ureau says saysOld SaYROld saysOki
Old Sol made the mercury register 88 II n nthe nthe nthe
the shade at noon which is I quite ioodfor iood ioodfor Ioodfor
for the fid of June one of our longest longestdays longestdays longestdays
days daysDown daysDown daysDown
Down on Pennsylvania avenue and andother andother andother
other places however where here it grows growsquite grosquite growsquite
quite warm during summer the thermometers ther thermometers thermomete ¬
mometers said even more hovering hoveringabove hoveringabove hoveringabove
above the 99 8 mark for some time No Norelief Norellet Norelief
relief has been sighted sightedBut sightedBut lghtedBut
But one prostration was 811 recorded during dur during durIng ¬
ing the day Miss 1011 Sallie Reynolds sev seventytwo MVentvtwo seventvtwo ¬
entvtwo years old of 606 H street streetnorthwest stroetnorthwe streetnorthwest
northwest t was overcome by the heat at atSeventh atSeventh atSeventh
Seventh and H street this afternoon afternoonHEAT afternoonHEAT afternoonHEAT
HEAT IN NEW YORK YORKKILLS YORKKILLS YORKKILLS
KILLS TWO PERSONS PERSONSNI5W
NEW YORK June 22 22Two Two suicides suicidestwo Bulcldetwo suicidestwo
two deaths eth from heat and Innumerable Innumerableserious InnumerableserloUl innumerableserious
serious cases aeII of prostration are the net netresult netr netresult
result r 8ult of the terrific heat wave ave which whichhas whichhS whichhiis
has hS swept yesterday y and today The Thetemperature Thetemperature Thetemperature
temperature has hovered around 90 de degrees degre8ll degrees ¬
grees and the weather man today prom promises promMe promIses ¬
ises Me no relief cheerfully announcing announcingthat
that the mercury will 111 continue to rise riseHebert riHHebert riseHebert
Hebert Van N Name m t a railroad r tlroad con conductor conductor conductor ¬
ductor of Binghaaiton Bingham onN on N Y commit committed cOMmltt committed ¬
ted t d suicide at the home tome of his cousin cousinDr cousinDr cousinDr
Dr Frederick NWes on Seventh Sev nth avenue9oday avenue avenuetoday avenltoo
today too after a night n t of delirium Van VanName VanName VanName
Name cut his throat with a razor Dr DrNlles DrJly DrNile
Nile Jly said Id that his mind had been af affected aCf affected ¬
fected f ted by the heat heatPeter heatPeler heatPeter
Peter Zein was found hanging hanging to a arafter araft arafter
raft rafter in the basement ba enH nt of hlheme hl hid h9me ems on onBast onBut onEast
But Seventysixth street by ftus S sister sistertoday sislertoday sistertoday
today todayHe todayH4 todayle
He le had been complaining > loudly of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the h hAt < Mt and his suicide ulc1d Is attributed attributedto
to t tt < > the Wjrh hlh ht temperature temperatureHugh t temperatureHugh mperature mperatureHugh
Hugh Couffhlaa a Newark enftineer enftineerdropped enlUneerdtop enflineerdropped
dropped dtop unconscious uncon cI9u from his hi engine enginein
in tha th Pennsylvania yards in Jersey JerseyCity JerseyCity TerMYClty
City He is dying of heat prostration prostrationat pro tratlon tratlonat
at the city hospital hospitalBRANDENBURG hospitalBRANDENBURG hospitalBRANDENBURG
BRANDENBURG TRIAL TRIALAGAIN TRIALAGAIN TRIALAGAIN
AGAIN POSTPONED POSTPONEDCase
Case of Novelist Is Adjourned AdjournedOwing AdjournedOwing d dOwing
Owing to Illness of a aJuror aJuror aJuror
Juror JurorNW JurorNBW JurorNEW
NW YORK June 2ZTh Ths trial of ofBroughton ofBnMlchton ofBreughtsn
Broughton Brandenburg novelist nv 11tt and andmaghsine andmalJl andmaghztne
maghsine malJl dne writer charged with grand grandlarceny Itandlarceny grandlarceny
larceny in the second II8 Ond degree in connec connection conneeUoa connection ¬
tion with 1th the vale to the New Yorkrlnes York YorkTimes Yorkrlnea
Times of an article purporting to o have havebeen haveMen havebeen
been written by the late ate Grover Cleve Cleveland CIveland Cicveland ¬
land wa was again adjourned today until untilThursday untillburad87 untilThursday
Thursday by Justice Fitzgerald owing owingto
to the continued illness of Juror Ter Teri Terwilliger Terwilliger
i williger willigerFLYER willigerFLYER willigerFLYER
FLYER MANGLES FOREIGNER FOREIGNERCHESTER FOREIGNERCHETER FOREIGNERCHESTER
CHESTER Pa June 22 22Jareo Marco Cala Calacel Calaeel Calaeel
eel who is I employed as a laborer on the theBaltimore theI theBaltimore
Baltimore and Ohio railroad was struck struckby IItruckby struckby
I by n t kouthhqund f > express train and ter terribly terrIbly terribly ¬
ribly mangled
WELL I GUESS THIS IS AGOIN SOME SO tIE FOR THIS WEATHER WEATHERCALLAHAN WEATHEROR I ICALLiHAN
CALLAHAN MUST FLEE FLEEOR FLEEOR FLEEBloody
OR TAKE HIS CHANCES CHANGESPeace CHANCESFeudistCan
Peace or War In Bloody Breathitt Lies With Wounded WoundedFeudist WoundedFeudistCan WoundedDo
Feudist FeudistCan FeudistCanCALLAHAN Can Do One of Three Things ThingsMove ThingsMoveSettle Move MoveFight MoveFight
Fight Settle by Compromise
LEXINGTON Ky KyJune June 22 22Judge Judg J JJ JJ Jj
J C Bach of Jackson former attorney attorneyfor attorneyforthelatt attorneyIor
for forthelatt the latrfJudge iatf Judge James Hargis ar arrjved arrived arrived
rived here today and nd talked freely on onthe onthe onthe
the situation In InTack18n Jackson since the at attempted attempted attempted ¬
tempted assassination aS8QfHl nptton of Ed Callahan CallahanHe
He said that It was the general Im Impression impression trnpression ¬
pression of the people that one of three threethlpgs threethlpgs threethings
thlpgs would ould eome to pass pa 6 before Oc October 00tober Ootober ¬
tober tober Asked what these th e things were weresaid weresaid weresaid
said saidSome Some one will roevs ID4 TO out of ue tj e vicinityt vicin vicinity vIeln11Yt ¬
11Yt ity some eome on one will 1I1ft its W Wtlad oc ot thetihre the theTl thero
ro tihre br wll10 wilt t lip e4 b ce remise remiseThe 81Jt e eTIN
Tl TIN o oaA cite aBCI it AL 61 J5 fff > r rietlsit a ariB si e p > ted tedto fedto ledto
to take place before the nex t tr r rt yot yotUte of ofthe ofthe
the grand jury is that Ed CaIaha will wfllnove wOlmove willeve
move nove eve from Jackson for the purpose of ofpreventing ofpreventing ofpreventing
preventing further trouble troubleBANK troubleBL0N i
BANK SAFE BLOWN BLOWNYEGG e eYEGMENESCAPE
YEGG YEGMENESCAPE YEGMENESCAPESheriffs EN RPAPF LobHrL LobHrLSheriffs ESCAPE ESCAPESheriffs
Sheriffs and Posse Searching Searchingfbr
fbr RobbersVillageTerrorized Robbers RobbersVillage RobbersVillageTerrorized Village VillageTerrorized
Terrorized TerrorizedSYRACUSE TerrorizedSYRACUSE TerrorizedSYRACUSE
SYRACUSE N Y June 22 22Sheriff 22SheriffJesse Sheriff 6herlrtJeue SheriffJesse
Jesse Ferris and Under Sheriff Wal Walker Walker Yalker ¬
ker are scouring the country at the thehead thehead thehead
head of a posse pos e on a search for yegg yeggmen yeggmen yegbmen
men who early today blew up the thehead thehead thehead
head of a posse po se on a search for yegg yeggat yeggat yeggat
at Locke and escaped e capecl with 3560 I8 in incash Incash incash
cash and a number of securities the thevalue thevalue thevalue
value of which Is not known knownTho knownTho knownThe
Tho noise of the explosion explo lon awak awakened a awakened ak akoned ¬
ened nearly every one in Locke and andshattered andhattered andshattered
shattered windows for several blocks blocksaround bloeksaround blocksaround
around the bank bankThe bankThe bankThe
The robbers were evidently on the thelookout thelookout thelookout
lookout for Just such an emergency emergencyThey emerlencyThey emergencyThey
They had men stationed on the corners cor corners corners ¬
ners of all the streets leading to the thebank thebank thebank
bank and as fast as heads appeared appearedin
in the windows shots weie fired intheir in intheir Intheir
their direction directionThis directionThis directionThis
This terrified the Inhabitants and andkept andkept andkept
kept away everyone until they had hadample hadample hadample
ample time to make their escape from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the town townWhile to townWhile n nWhile
While the fusilade was olng onsome on onsome onsome
some one telephoned to Sttei Sh Sherln nlt 1 Ferris Ferrisat
at Auburn and a posse was wa at once onceorganized oneeor onceorganized
or organized anluul and sent from that place placeWhen plachen platWhen
When hen the sheriff and nd his h men ar arrived arrived arrived ¬
rived at Locke the th village was wa in a astate 8state astate
state of Intense excitement excitement e No one onecould opecould onecould
could tell in what direction the rob robbers robbers robbers ¬
bers had fled fiedt or how many of them themthere themthere themthere
there were wereThe wereThe wereThe
The safe s te of the bank was com completely completel completely ¬
pletely demolished It is thought tbou ht here herethat herethat hethat
that the job was done by byerackemen expert expertcracksmen expertcrack
cracksmen crack men because the h roovault vault was wasdeemed wa3deemed wasalarm
deemed to be b burglar burglarfarm proof roor All the
alarm wires had been been cut ut and nd the thedoor thedoor thedoor
door filled with nitroglycerine Noth Nothing NothIng Nothing ¬
ing of value was overlooked overlookedTWELVE overlookedTWELVE overlookedTWELVE
TWELVE ARE KILLED KILLEDIN
IN N A TRAIN WRECK WRECKFourteen WRECKFourteen NRECKFourteen
Fourteen Others Are Injured InjuredWhen InjuredVhen InjuredVhen I
I Iin
Vhen Train Is Derailed Derailedin
in In India IndiaMADRAS IndiaMADRAS IndiaMADRAS
MADRAS India June aTwelve Twelve were werekilled werekilled werekilled
killed and fourteen fourt eft injured today when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the Madras mall train bound from fromMlnjur trom1Unjur fromMinjur
Mlnjur to Bnnore was derailed near nearhere n nearhere r rhere
here hereThe hereThe hereThe
The train carried several 1 passenger passengercars
cars all of which were piled up when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the engine left the track after striking strikinga
a defective rail railRescue railReecue railRescue
Rescue parties extricated the bodies boeU of ofsome otsome ofsome
some of the dead from the wreckage wreckageand wrecka9and wreckageand
and all of the injured were taken out outand outand outand
and rushed to Madras hospital hospitalREPAIRING hospitalREPAIRING toapttaJREPAIRING
REPAIRING HOSPITAL HOSPITALRepairs HOSPITALRepalnl HOSPITALRepairs
Repairs involving an expenditure of ofl30t ofil200
il200 l30t are t being eln made to > th h he smallpox smallpoxhospital smaUpoxhOMpHal smallpoxhospital
hospital Trtfre Tnt re are at present no o 1 casesof cases casesef
ef smallpox in the District If any de develop develop develop ¬
velop they will be treated f fv i the pras prassnt prsI1t prascut
cut I1t at the quarantine station
The Th some one mentioned Is of ofcourse otCOIlrse ofcourse
course Callahan If he does not go it itis ItiS itis
is said to be the fear that a a second secondattempt secondattempt secondattempt
attempt at assassination Mil UI be madeThis made madeThis madThis
This Is a compr9mls0 between Callahan Callahanand Callahanand Callahanand
and the limitheBach Smiths SmithsBRCh 1 1Bach
Bach stated that Callahan was on the thedefensive thede thedefenslve
defensive de h side and that tat he would re remain remaJn remain
main on that side and that If the worst worstdid worstdid i idid
did not happen first he would take steps stepstoward stepstoward j jtoward
toward preventing further trouble troubleHe troubleHe j jHe
He further declared that it is the firsttime first flrsttime firsttime
time Callahan C Jlahan had been surrounded by bypersonal bypersonal
enemies Qnrnles and that the initiative initiativejii
In The racqnt t8Qq t trouble trou le IjatLuot had not been takenby taken takenby tak n nbhim
by bhim bhimThe him hinuThe himThe
The statement of Bach canJbe can beregnrd beregnrdcd be regard regarded ¬
ed as authoritative as he is one one of the thebest thebest thebest
best ported men on feud matters In the themountains themountains themountains
mountains mountainsCompany mountainsTRUST mountainsTRUST
TRUST IN LAUNDRY LAUNDRYHERE LAUNDRYHEREJHE
HERE HEREJHE THE CHARGE CHARGECompany CHAR CHARMakes GE GECompany
Company Makes Statement Statementin
in tn Hearing Before the theCommissioners theCommissioners theCommissioners
Commissioners CommissionersThat
That there is a laundry trust inthe intheDistrict In intheDistrict the theDistrict
District which keeps up prices and en endeavors endvoI1l ensdeavors ¬
deavors to force Its competitors to the thewall thewall thewall
wall was the allegation made this thismorning thismorning j jmorning
morning at a hearing before the Comj Comjmissloners Com Commluloners Commissioners
missioners on the award of the bid for forthe torthe forthe
the District laundry work to the Tolman TolmanLaundry TolmanLaundry TolmanLaundry
Laundry Company The bid was award awarded awarded j jed
ed to the Tolman Company on the theground theground theground
ground that the work of the Empire EmpireStatin EmpireSt8lm EmpireSteam
Steam Laundry Laund which formerly held heldthe heldthe heldthe
the contract and which was as the lowest lowestbidder lowestbidder lowestbidder
bidder this yoar by approximately j1S00 j1S00was 1SOO 1SOOwas 1SOOwa
was wa unsatisfactory unsatisfactoryJ
J F Broadbent a representative of ofthe ofth ofthe
the th Empire Company said saldth that t he could couldproduce couldproduee couldproduce
produce any number of witnesses to toprove toprov toprove
prove the presence pn enee in the District of a acombine acomblpe acombine
combine the efforts of which are direct directed dlrecteel directed ¬
ed cowards forcing competitors out of ofbusiness ofbuslne88 ofbusiness
business He alleged further than a arepresentative arepresentative
representative of on one of the companies companiesacting companiesacting companiesacting
acting In n xthe the interests of F W V Mac Mackenzie Mackenzie Mackenzie ¬
kenzie manager of the Tolman Com Company Company Company ¬
pany offered the Empire 400 if it would wouldwithdraw wouldwithdraw wouldwithdraw
withdraw its protest to the award of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the District Dl trlct work to the Tolman Com Company Company Company ¬
pany This was denied by Mr Macken Mackenzie Mackenzie Mackenzie ¬
zie who said that according to his Infor Information fnfortnat information ¬
mation tnat on the proposition came from Mr MrBroadbent MrBroadbent MrBroadbent
Broadbent He added th thft t it was not notaccepted notaccepted notaccepted
accepted acceptedInquiry acceptedInquiry acceptedInquiry
Inquiry by Commissioners Macfarland Macfarlandand
and Judson led to the statement by
Mackenzie that there has been a ver verbal verbal verbal ¬
bal agreement among a ong the laundries Al Although Although Although ¬
though there was no agreement as to tothe tothe tothe
the minimum prices to be submitted submittedhe
he said it was generally understood understoodthat understoodthat understoodthat
that the bids were to be larger largerA
A Chapman W V Fuller attorney for forthe forthe forthe
the Empire Company submitted a list listof listof listof
of complaints made by the heads of the thevarious thevarious thevarious
various District departments concern concernIng concernIng concerning
Ing the work of the company and de declared declared dodared ¬
clared they were not sufficient to war warrant warrant warrant ¬
rant the refusal of the contract in view viewof vfewof viewof
of the difference of the bids bld The Commissioners Com Commissioners Comml8Hloners ¬
missioners reserved decision decisionGROUND decisionGROUND decisionGROUND
GROUND IS BROKEN BROKENFOR BROKENFOR BROKENFOR
FOR CAPE APE COD Ou CANAL CANALAugust CANALAugust CANALAugust
August Belmont Turns First Earth EarthWith EarthWith EarthWith
With a Silver SilverSpade SilverSpade SilverSpade
Spade SpadeBOSTON SpadeBOSTON SpadeBOSTON
BOSTON June 22 2Armed Armed with a asilver asilver asilver
silver spade August Belmont the theNew theNew theNew
New York banker today at noon noonturned noonturned noonturned
turned the first spade of earth on the thework thework thework
work of constructing the Cape Cod Codcanal Codcanal Codcanal
canal canalThe canalThe canalThe
The ceremony was on the old Perry Perryestate Perry8fltate Perryestate
estate at Bournedale where the an ancestors anctors ancestors ¬
cestors of Commodore Perry of Lake LakeEri LakeErf LakeErie
Eri Erie fame and the direct ancestors ancestorsof
of August Belmont on his mothers motherssljle motherslillie mothersfide
lillie were ver torn aid a lived l1ve j
MYSTERIOUS CALL CALLFROM CALLSIGEL
FROM F ROMCAPITALNE ROMCAPITALNEUnknown CAPITAL ifl1EL NEW NEWSIGEL
SIGEL CASE CLUE CLUEUnknown CLUEUnknown CLUEF
Unknown Chinaman Tele Telephoned Teleotphoned Te1ePhoned ¬
phoned to New York Early EarlySsturday EarlyS
Si Ssturday S turday Morning MorningINFORMATION MorningINFORMATION MorningINFORMATION
INFORMATION GIVEN GIVENBY GIVENBY GIVENBY
BY MAN NOW IN JAIL JAJLMay J1LMay JAILMay
May Have Been Work of Friends Friendsof
of Much Wanted Leong LeongLing LeongLing LeongLing
LingThat Ling LingThat LingThat
That a a Chinaman probably LeongLing LeongLing Leong LeongLing
Ling alias William L > i 14 onr on n now now beingsousht beingsought being beingsought
sought in connection with the murder murderof
of Elsie SIgBl telephoned from this city cityto cityto cityto
to 24 2 Pen street New York shortly shortlyafter lhottlyafter shortlyafter
after midnight Saturday morning to Mon lionRoy MonRoy MonRoy
Roy Won and Sing Choy who were lo located 10cated located ¬
cated after considerable difficulty by byChinamen byChinamen byChinamen
Chinamen at the Poll street address is isanother Isanother isanother
another clue developed by reporters of ofThe ofThe ofThe
The Times today that may meAn that thatLeon thatLeon thatLcon
Leon and his companion did no leave leaveWashington leaveWashlngton leaveWashington
Washington on Thursday as originally originallybelieved oJJglnaUybeJleved originallybelieved
believed believedAdding beJlevedAdding believedAdding
Adding value to this latest telephone telephoneclue t tlephoneclue lephoneclue
clue is the statement made by Chu Ch Hop Hopthe Hopthe Hopthe
the Chinaman now being held heldln in Sche Schenectady Sohenectady Schenectady
nectady N Y that he resided at 22 22Pell 22Pen 22Pcll
Pen street In the house adjoirlng adjolr 1ng that thatone thatone thatone
one with which the Chinaman here was wasanxious wfS wfSanxious w s sanxious
anxious to obtain connection connectionThe connectionThe connectionThe
The record of the local telephone telephonecompany ttlephonecompany ttiephonecompany
company shows that at 12M Saturday Saturdayrooming SaturdaymonlinS Saturdaymorning
rooming a Chinaman from Main 5B10 5B10the 33tthe 3340the
the Fritz Reuter Hotel asked to b bconnected be beconnected baconnected
connected with wit 24 Pell street Franklin
459 50 New York There was some diffi difficulty difficulty difitculty ¬
culty in getting the number and after afterit afterIt afterit
it was obtained there was a a controversy controversybetween controve11Yb controversybetween
between b tween central and the Chinaman ChinamanOver Cl Chlnanover neiUan neiUanover
Over the amount of toll tollMen taUMen tollMen
Men Located LocatedAt
At 1230 the New York number was wasobtained wasobtafned wasobtained
obtained but Roy Won and Sing Choy Choywer Choywere Choywere
wer were not then at the address and some someone someone 1 1one
one evidently a Chinese attache of the theplace theplace theplace
place was dispatched for them At At1Z50
1250 they wore located and brought to tothe tothe tothe
the telephone according to the com companys companys companys ¬
panys records aords and a threeminute con conversation conversaUon conversation ¬
versation in Chinese was carried on onTJie ont onThe
The t Jt Chinaman ChIIJa a 9r dropped Pped SL2a1ttthtsloL SL2a1ttthtsloLThe 135 1 ijMJuv qthu1Gt qthu1GtThe slot slotThe
The Washington caller caUerp Declined d1 nfd to toXlve togive togive
give his name in requesting connection connectionwith connectionwith connectionwith
with New York and no word was wassald wassaldIn said saidin saidin
in English Engll h that might lead to his hisIdentity hisidentity hisidentity
Identity IdentityThere identityThere identityThere
There Is but b t one missing link In the thenewly thenewly thenewly
newly discovered record this being thatnone that thatnone thatnone
none of the Fritz Reuter Hotel em employes employes employes ¬
ployes recall seeing the e Chinaman early earlySaturday earlySaturday earlySaturday
Saturday The visit of two Celes Celcsiials Celestials Celestlals ¬
tlals tials who telephoned early Friday morn morning morning morning ¬
ing or past midnight Thursday night nightas
as told in the Sunday evening edition editionof
of The Times Is vividly recalled and andphotographs andphotogJl6phs andphotognapbs
photographs of Leon and his roommate roommatehave roommatehave roommatehave
have been identified identifiedHas IdentifiedHas identifiedHas
Has No Record RecordThe RecordThe RecordThe
The telephone company on the other otherhand otherhand otherhand
hand profess prof to have no record of a aThursday aThursday aThursday
Thursday night call for a Chinaman ChinamanJames ChinamanTames ChinamanJames
James Merchant head barkeeper at the thahotel thehotel thehotel
hotel assisted in getting the number numberThursday numberThursday numberThursday
Thursday night but does not recall that thatit
it was to the Pell street address In Instead Instead Instead ¬
stead he believes It to have been the theestablishment theestablishment theestablishment
establishment of Sam Wing from which whicha
a letter was sent to Leon on June 9 9Those 9Those 9Those
Those about the hotel recall seeing seeinga 5eefn 5eefna
a carriage standing at the door while whilethe whilethe whilethe
the Chinamen were talking Thursday Thursdaynight Thursdaynight Thursdaynight
night Whether the two Orientals left leftin leftIn leftin
in this vehicle is not known knownThe knownThe knownThe
The telephone company Is positive positivethat positivethat positivethat
that there Is no mistake about the theearly
II IIearly
early Saturday morning call from theFritz the thoFritz theFritz t tearly
Fritz tReuter Reuter pay station stati n notwithstand notwithstanding notwithstanding ¬
ing the fact that the Chinamen so far faras faras faras
as could be learned today were not notseen notseen notseen
seen in the hotel The company records recordstell reoordstell recordstell
tell of the difficulty of getting Sing SingChoy SingChoy SingChoy
Choy and Mon Roy Won to the1 tn tele telephone telephone telephone ¬
phone During the twentyminuVJ lapse lapseit
it Is evident that a search of the Chi Chinese Chinese Chinese ¬
nese quarters in Pell street was made madefor madefor madefor
for them The number called Is re regarded regarded regarded ¬
garded as the Chinese Delmonico DelmonicoThedecllnationof DelmonicoThedecllnatIonof DelmonicoThedeclinationof
Thedecllnationof the man at the Wash Washington Washington Vashington ¬
ington end of the wire to furnish turn Ish his hisname hi hiname hisname
name to central as te 1 usual in sotcases such suchcases SUlUcases
cases leads to the belief that even if ifit itIt ifit
it should prove true that Leon and his hiscompanion hiscompanion hiscompanion
companion left Washington early Friday Fridaymorning Fridaymorning Fridaymorning
morning mysterious messages were be being befnG being ¬
ing conveyed between the two cities citiespresumably clUespresumably citiespresumably
presumably frt f rt ren m and to friends of theInvolved the theinvolved theInvolved
involved Orientals OrientalsA
A clerk at Si t Pell street this after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon confirmed con rmed the fact act that the estab establishment estabJlshment establishment ¬
lishment had be been n called by WashiatT WashiatTton Washl WashiattoInetectIve 1t 1ttO
ton tO
tonDetective Detective Van Wagner of New York Yorkarrived Yorkarrived Yorkarrived
arrived in Washlrgton this morning to togo too togo
go o over the information which the local localpolice localpollee localpolice
police have obtained in the case and if ifpossible Itpossible f fpossible
possible to get possession of the two twotelegrams twoteJegrams twotelegrams
telegrams which were sent from this thiscitv thfscity thiscity
city to William L Leon LeonVan Leonan Leonan
Van an Wagner Is accompanied by bya byayoung a ayoung ayoung
young man whose identity the police policedecline poncedecline policedecline
decline to make known but who te I re reported reported reported ¬
ported to be a brother of the Slgei Stg girl girlCentral girlCentral Irl IrlCentIt
Central CentIt Office Detective Howlett and andthe andthe andthe
the New York officer went weno to the City CityHall CityHall CityHall
Hall and aJ1 > l requested District Attorney AttorneyBaker AttorneyBaltr tey teyBaker
Baker to make formal request requestPostal of tiie tiiePostal ti16Postal
Postal Telegraph Company for the dis dispatches dbtc dispatches ¬
patches tc et or el else e summon the manager managerof ger geror
of til tile company eot pany before the grand jury juryand JUryand juryand
and compel him to turn over the tele telegrams telegrams telegrams ¬
grams
Withhold Messages MessagesThe
The telegraph company it is said Is lawilling Iswtmng iswilling
willing to aid the police in whatever whateverway whateverway whateverway
way it can but there is 1 an Iron Ironclad fronclad ironclad ¬
clad rule that no information regarding regardingthe
the contents of messages be given out outunless outunless outunless
unless proper legal steps are taken takentain takenThe takenThe
The police say they are absolutely cer certafn certatn
tain Leon was In Washington some time timewithin timewitkin timewithin
within the last two weeks When he hearrived hearrived hearrived
arrived the day he left and how long longhe longhp longhe
he stayed have not been enfuly fully established estab established estabJlshed ¬
lished No definite information has ha been beenobtained beenobtained beenobtained
obtained by the detectives detectivesVan detectivesVan detectivesVan
Van Wagner who has had consider considerable considerable considerable ¬
able experience in handling Chinese Chineseoases Chineseoases Chineseoases
oases in the metropolis will stay n nWashington nWashlngton nWashington
Washington long enough to visit most mostof mostot mostof
of the establishments here and endeavor endeavorto
to glean some information from the theCelestials theCelestials theCelestials
Celestials So far the detectives have havebeen h8 havebeen tJ tJbeen
been unable to get any Chinaman to toadmit toadmit toadmit
admit he ever knew Leon LeonNo LeonNo LeonNo
No New Developments DevelopmentsInspector DevelopmentsInspector
Inspector Boardman chief of detec detectiveS detectives detectives
tives tiveS bald aid this morning ther are no
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