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NEW EW YORJC June 38 Broughton BroughtonBrandenburg BroughtonDrandenbutt Broughtnn13randonbui
Brandenburg the writer rlter aeeusad of ofgrand orgrand ofgrand
grand larceny In aonneetlon with the thepublication thopublicationby thepubIIcaUon
publication publicationby by the New Tew e York Times of ofan offlu
an 10 article alleged all ed to have been signed signedby signedbv SIgnedby
by Grover Cleveland rested his case caseBhortly case5hQrt1 case5hQtt1y
5hQrt1 Bhortly after the trial was resumed be before betore before ¬
fore Justice Fitzgerald this morning morningGeorge morningGeorge mornIngGeorge
George E Kerning an attorney tos testified tostined tostilled ¬
tined for the defense that on June 4 4Brandenburg 4Brandonburg 4 4iBrandonburg
Brandenburg had shown him an article articlesigned arLiclI5lgnEd artfcItelgn
signed elgn d by Grover Cleveland and that thatthis tlatt11ls thatthis
this was substantially the article later laterpublished latrpublished lattirpublished
published He believed the signature signaturewas
was that of Cleveland ClevelandRandolph ClevelandRandolph ClevelandRandolph
Randolph E Lewis Sunday editor of ofthe orthe ofthe
the New York Herald testified that thatBrandenburg thatBrandenburg thatBrandenburg
Brandenburg had taken the article to tohim toim to1Ini
him im some time prior rlor to August 16 Lewis Lewissaid Lewissaid LewiSsaW
said he kept it a week and returned it itIt itIt IL ILIt
It was the same article later published publishedby
by the Times TimesDo TImesDo ThnesIo
Do you know that Col Henry Wat Watterson Watterson Vatterson
terson was handling the political cam campaign campnisn camaign ¬
paign aign for the Herald asked Jocobl JocoblBrandenburgs Jocobl1srandenburgs JocobiBrandenburgs
Brandenburgs attorney attorneyI
I do not know that he said
On crossexamination the witness do deblared doblared i iblared
blared that what had ben brought to tohim tohim tohim
him was a ribbon copy and not a carbon carboncopy carbonCOP carboncopy
copy COP He was sure of this thisBrandenburg thisBrandenburg thisBrandenburg
Brandenburg has sworn that Cleve Clevelands Clee1ands Clevelands ¬
lands signed a carbon copy of the th ar article article artide ¬
ticle ticleCharles ticleCharles tideCharles
Charles R Miller editor In chief of ofthe orthe ofthe
the New York Times was called In re rebuttal 10Ibuttal rebuttal ¬
buttal by Assistant Diktat Dis ict Attorney AttorneyNott AttorneyNott Attorneyott
Nott ott He declared he had examined examinedthe examined1he examinedthe
the signature to the article before and andafter andafter andafter
after It was sent to H F Hastings HastingsClevelands HastingsCl HastingsClevelands
Clevelands Cl velands executor executorIs
Is this the same signature you saw sawattached SQWattached sawattached
attached to the article on both ooca oocaBlons oocaf5lons oacasbus
Blons asked Nott the witness was wascure wassure wassure
sure that It was wasBrandenburg wasBrandenburs wasBrandenburg
Brandenburg has refused to Identity Identitythe identitythe Identitythe
the signature as the same Charles M MLincoln MLincoln 1 1Lincoln
Lincoln of the Times staff to whom whomBrandenburg whomBrandenburs whomBandenburg
Brandenburg had submitted the article articledeclared arUciedec1ared articledeclared
declared that it was a ribbon and not nota notB notS
a carbon copy copyDid copyDid copyDid
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returned the article to him that some someautograph someautograph somenutograph
autograph hunter had out off the signa signature slsnature signature ¬
ture he was asked askedI
I did not notDid notDid notDid
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toad not Jammed jamm d the paper paperin in his pocket pocketand poeketand pocketand
and walked out as the writer swore sworethat sworetthat sworethat
that he h had hadBrandenburg hadBrandenburg hadBrandenburg
Brandenburg examined the article he heSaid h haid heAFT
Said SaidIAN > aid aidTAFT
President Hears Both Sides Sidesat
at Conference in White WhiteHouse WhiteHouse X1hiteHouse
House HouseThe
The straight whisky w 8ky advocates and andthe ande andtie
the e distillers and blenders fought out ut a abusiness abusiness abusiness
business battle batt before President Pr l9dent Taft Tafttoday Tarttoday Tafttoday
A galaxy of
representing the two great whisky whiskycamps whiskycamps whiskycamps
camps called at the White House by byappointment 1tyappointment byappointment
appointment for the purpose of making makingcertain makingcertain makingcertain
certain objections to the recent de decisln deClsln docisin
cisln on What is Whisky rendered renderedby renderedby
by Solicitor General Bowers at the De Department Department Dopartrnent ¬
partment of Justice JusticeAlthough JusticeAlthough JusticeAlthough
Although the blenders and rectifiers rectifiersare
are re apparently as much opposed to Mr MrBowers MrBowers MrBowers
Bowers ruling as the straight stralthtwbiskr stralthtwbiskrPeople whisky whiskyJpeople whiskypeople
People it is generally conceived that thatunder thatUnder thatunder
under the solicitor generals Interpreta Interpretation ¬
tion they will be able to sell as whisky whiskya
a great deal more of the product than thanthey thantb6 thenthey
they tb6 would if held down by the ruling rulingof
of Attorney General Bonaparte who whobacked whobacked whobacked
backed up Dr Wiley by taking the theBland thetllnd thestand
Bland tllnd that no whisky waa we whisky un unJees unel58 vues
Jees el58 It was a bland oftwo oC two straight straightwhiskies straightwhlkies straightwbtskles
whiskies or one straight whisky in Its Itsown Utiown Itsown
own bottle bottleThe bottleThe bottleThe
The Bowers decision is broadly that thatall th8taU thatall
all distillates from grain may be la labeled 1 1beled labeled ¬
beled whisky Those representing rOJ1e entlnJ the theitenners therefiners there1iners
refiners and blenders at the hearing hearingxcere hearingere hearingwere
were ere Warwick M L Hough of St Lout LoutLawrence LoulLawrence LouisLawreiiee
Lawrence Maxwell Herman F Celarius Celariusnd CelarIusand Celarlusand
and nd Maurice J FreWberg of Cincinnati CincinnatiJoseph CincinnatiJoseph CincinnatiJoseph
Joseph Choate former ambassador to toGreat toGreat toGreat
Great Britain William Robbing of Can CanMa CanOra Canie
Ma and State Senator William YUllam W WLrmstronR WArm8tron WArmstrong
Arm8tron Armstrong of Rochester N Y who whowas whowas whowas
was chairman of the insurance investi investigation InvestlpUon InvesUgatlon ¬
gation commission commi slon that made Charles E EHughes EHuhes E1ughes
Hughes of New ork famous famousThe famousT famousThe
The T e advocates of the stragihf stra I t whisky
were Tree Treasury ¬
ury John G Carlisle Edmund Taylor Taylordr
I dr r and John Thompson The President Presidentlistened ProsldBDtlistened Presidentlistened
listened with attention to the speakers speakersof ae kera keraof
of the various lawyers but did not ran reader r8ftder rander ¬
der a decision decisionFISHBURNS declalonfiSHBURNS decietortI9SIIBURNS
Resolutions of regret and profound profoundffrief prolouJldartet profoundgrief
grief at the death of the Rev Dr 3L 3LBoss MBess L LRosa
Boss Fishburn late pastor of the Mt MtPleasant MtPleasant It ItPleasant
Pleasant Congregational Church were wereAdopted wereadopted wereadopted
Adopted at a meeting of the Pastors PastorsFederation PastorsFederation PastorsFederation
Federation of Washington he hd ld this thismorning th thmorrtng thisn1orrlng
morning at the First Congregational CongregationalChurch Congregationalhurch CongregationalChurch
Church ChurchThe ChurchThe < hurch hurchThe
The Rev Dr Frederick D Power pre preeided preI5ldOO prosided
sided at t the meeting which wag wa at attended attendEd attended ¬
tended by almost alJ 01Jt every Protestant min minister mln19ter mISleter ¬
ister in the city The Rev J J Muir Mulrpastor Muirpulor Muirpastor
pastor of the Temple Baptist Church Churchand Churchand Churchand
and the Rev Dr J G Butler pastor pastorof pa tor toror
of Luther Memorial Church mado brief briefaddresses briotaddreue briefaddresses
addresses on the life and character of ofthe orthe ofthe
the dead minister and th the Rev Semuel SemuelH Smu l lfl
H i Woodrow pastor pa lor of the First Con Congregational Congregational n ngre ¬
gregational gre abonaJ Church presented a sot of ofresolutions of1esolutiORS ofyesolutlons
resolutions expressing expres lng the sentiments tJ of ofthe otthe ofthe
the members of tbe federation federationOBRIEN tecleraUonOBRIEN federationOBRIEN
The e State Department Dep rtment has granted grantedleave grantedleavEI grantedleave
leave of aboMiee for sixty dayg to Am Ambassador Ambassador An AnbaNIador ¬
bassador OBrien at Tokyo He will willleave willleave willlease
leave Japan in a day or so for the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States by way of Europe
Explanation That Action Action Was Taken to Keep Breez BreezeOut BreezOutU BreezOut
Out Does Not Prove Satisfactory to toWorkers toWorkers toWorkers
Workers at Big Printery
While the mercury has been threaten threatening tbrtonIng threatening ¬
ing to tocUmb climb over the tops of the little littleBias littleglasc littleglass
Bias tubes of every thermometer In the theDistrict tlteDletr1et theDistrict
District during the last week employee employesof
of the Government Printing Office who whowork whowork whowork
work In the main press room on the first flratfloor fiMlttIoor firstfloor
floor have been registering complaint complaintagainst complalntagainst complaintsagainst
against an order which requires that all alllower alllowor alllower
lower windows be closed during work workIng workIng worktog
Ing hours hoursThat hoursThat hoursThat
That no protestations have occurred occurredamong occunooamons occurtedamong
among the men and women Is regarded regardedas
as remarkable by the employee as the thefact thefact thefact
fact that such an order should be en enforced enf enforod ¬
forced f ro d during one of tjje te hottest hotte t weeks weeksIn
In the history of the Nations Capital CapitalWhile CapitalWhile apitaI apitaIWhiie
While the kiosk in front of the Mun Munsey Munsey Munsoy
sey Building has been registering registeringaround reglsterlnsaround registeringaround
around the 100 mark men and women womenworking womenworking womenworking I
working on the presses at the big print prlntery printery printery
ery feel that they have been subjected subjectedto
to a case of thirtythird degree sweat sweatIng sweatIng sweating
Ing that few criminals have exper experienced experIenced experleneed ¬
ienced at the hands of the law lawSays lawSays lawSays
Says Theres Reason ReasonPublic ReasonPublic ReasonPublic
Public Printer Donnelly says there thereIs thereIs thereis
Is a reason ro reasona sona a good reason In fact factwhy factwhy factwhy
why the windows are closed They Theyare TQeyare Theyare
are closed to keep out the breeze he hesays hesays hesays
says This explanation however did didnot didnot didnot
not come as much of a surprise There ThereIs I Iis
Is not a man or woman at the Govern Government Government Governmont ¬
ment Printing Office Otricc who could con conceive conceive concoive ¬
ceive that they were ere kept closed for forany forany forany
any other purpose purposeMr purposeMr purposeMr
Mr Donnellys secretary says that thatthere thatU thatthere
there U e1s is no doubt but that working workingconditions workincond workingcOndItlona
conditions cond tions at the Government Printing PrintingOffice PrintingOffice PrintingOffice
Office are as ideal as it is possible for forhuman forhuman forhuman
human ingenuity to make them themWhat themWhat themWhat
What about the windows in the
Bacon Advocates Duty ofFour ofFour of ofFour
Four Cents on thePound thePound the thePound
PoundFAnning PoundFanning Pound PoundFanning
Fanning itself tsel Incessantly with with huge hugspalm hugepalni hugepalm
palm leaf lea fans the Senate onate went to towork towork towork
work again this morning on the tariff tariffschedules taritrschedules tarIffschedules
schedules Electric fans have been beenbanished beenbanished beenbanished
banished because they make so much muchnoise muchnoise muchnoise
noise as to drown the oratory and suf suffocate surfocate suffocate ¬
focate thought and the Senate would wouldhave wouldhave wouldhave
have none of them themSenator themSenator themSenator
Senator Aldrich was anxious to hurry hurrythe hurrythe hurrythe
the consideration of the schedules in inorder Inorder Inorder
order to get them out of the way this thisafternoon thisafternoon thisafternoon
afternoon and the way might be opened openedto oponellto
to consider the corporation tax ta and andthe and andthe andthe
the Income tax Rapid progress progr B was wasmade W wasmade 8 8made
made until long staple cotton was wasreached wasreached win winreached
reached Then the Senate struck a asnag asnag asnag
snag and Senator acon spoke at con considerable considerable considerable ¬
siderable length in support of an anamendment anamendment anamendment
amendment he presented presen the effect of ofwhich orwhich ofwhich
which would ould be a duty of 4 cents per perpound perpound perpound
pound on this commodity Senator Aid Aidrich Aldrich Aidrich
rich vigorously opposed It Senator SenatorFletcher senatorFletcher SenatorFletcher
Fletcher spoke for it It was defeated defeatedSenator deteateSenator defeateiSenator <
Senator Cummins presented eight im important important haportant ¬
portant amendments to the iron and andsteel andsteel andsteel
steel schedule which he said were for forthe forthe forthe
the purpose of harmonizing harmonl nl the sched schedule schedule schodule ¬
ule He proposed seven reductions and andone andone andone
one Increase One of the reductions was wason wason wason
on pig Iron which he sought to change changefrom changefrom changefrom
from 5250 250 50 per ton to JL50 L50 reductions on onsteel onsteel onsteel
steel rails scrap iront iron and barbed wire wireware wirewore wiiewere
ware proposed The amendments were werevoted werevoted werevoted
voted on In one roll call and were de defeated defeated defeated ¬
feated 40 4 to 3L 31 The Republicans who whovoted whootOO whovoted
voted otOO for the amendments were Borah BorahBristow BorahBristow BorabBristow
Bristow Brown Crawford Cummins CumminsCurtis CUDmlnsCurtis CunjzninsCurtis
Curtis Dolllver Gamble La Follette Folletteand Folletteand Follatteand
and Nelson Senator Clapp would have havevoted havevoted havevoted
voted for them had he been b en present pr
according to his ¬
son Senator Burkott who usually usuallyvotes usuallyvotes usuallyvotes
votes with the Republican insurgents insurgentsvoted Insurgentsvoted insurgentsvoted
voted on the side of eSnator Aldrich Aldrichtoday Aldrichtoday Aldrichtoday
today and against the amendments amendmentsAgree amcndmentAgree amcndmentnAgree
Agree to Amendment AmendmentThe
The committee amendment was wasagreed wasgreed wasagreed
agreed to reducing the duty on struc structural structural structural ¬
tural stel valued at 18 or less from fromfourtenths tromfourtenths fromfourtenths
fourtenths of a cent to thretanths thretanthsA
A paragraph putting binding twine twineon
i on the f ire re list was agred to toCotton toCotton toCotton
Cotton bagging was put on the tree Ireelist treelIst freelist
list and the House duty of a cent and anda
a half per pound was put on zinc A Anumber Anumber Anumber
number of amendments of less le s Import Importance Importance importance ¬
ance were also disposed of ofSenator otSenator ofSenator
Senator Gore of Oklahoma introduced introducedan
an amendment for the free admission of oftext oftext oftext
text books used in the schools > > and col colleges colleges collegee ¬
leges of the country He included In Inthe Inthe inthe
the amendment the paper used in the themanufacture themanufacture themanufacture
manufacture of textbooks He said thi thiwas tblwas th1was
was one case In which the consumer consumerwas consumerwas consumerwas
was not a myth that there were werel7OXOtXl
17000000 families In the country and and17MOOOa and17roOOO andllLeeii
17MOOOa school children The sum of ofjSltOOOOQO OfltaOOOOOO ofeILtGGoOo
jSltOOOOQO was raised annually for the thesupport thesupport thesupport
support of the th school system systemThe systemThe I IThe
The adoption of his amendment amendmentwould amendmentwould amendmentwould
would he said take a burden off the theback theback theback
back of every family and wolud in injure Injure injure ¬
jure no one but the Textbook truts trutsHe trutsHo trutsHe
He asked for a call of the ayes ayo and andnays andn8y andnays
nays but ut Senator Aldrich objected objectedthat objectedthat objectedthat
that not enough Senator demanded It ItWhereupon ItVhereupon itWhereupon
Whereupon Senator Gore called for a aquorum aquorum aquorum
quorum and then a roll call was had hadThe badThe hadThe
The amendment was defeated by a aparty aparty aparty
party vote
Sad ed Tried It Himself HimselfThe BlInnlThe tmso1fThe
The doctor who has tried Poetum Poetumknows Poetumknows Poetumknows
knows that it is an easy certain and andpleasant andploasant andpleasant
pleasant way out of the th coffee habit and andall andall andall
all of the ails following and he pro prescribes proxrJbes proscribes ¬
scribes it for his patients as did a a phys physician pbyldan physician ¬
ician of Proepertown N J JOne JOne JOne
One of his patients says saysDuring saysDuring saysDuring
During the summer just past I suf suffered 8Urfered sutbred ¬
fered terribly with a heavy feeling at atthe atthe atthe
the pit of my stomach ajid nd dizzy feel feelings feelInp feelinge ¬
ings in my head and then a blindness blindnesswould bUndn bUndnwould bllndneaewould
would come over my eyes so I would wouldhave w wouldhave uld uldbave
have to sit down I would get so nerv nervous nervous ¬
ous I could hardly control my feelings feelingsFinally feelingPlnalIy feelingsFinally
Finally I spoke to our family physi physician physiciazi ¬
clan about it and he hea asked ked It I drank drankmuch drankmuch drankmuch
much coffee and mother told him that I Idid Idid Idid
did He told me to immediately stop stopdrinking stopdrinking atopdrinking
drinking coffee and drink Poatum In Inits InitM inus
its place as he and his family had us u used usedPOStuflt d dPotum dPOtJtum
Potum and found it a powerful re rebuilder rebuUder rebuUder
buUder and delicious food drink drinkI
I hesitated he itatod for a time disliking the theIdaa the1d theIdsa
Idaa 1d of having to give up my m coffee but butfinally butftnallr butlinally
finally ftnallr I sot a package and found it to tobe tobe tobe
be all III the doctor said saidSince saidStnce I
Since drinking Postum In place of ofcoffee offfee i icotree
coffee ffee my dizziness blindness and nerv nervousness naryoneness ¬ I Iouene
oneness ouene s are all gone J ne my bowels are areregular arerMular arerecular
regular and I am again well and strong strongThat strongThat strongThat
That is a short statement of what Pos Postum POItturn Poeturn ¬
turn has done for meLook me meLook meLook
Look In pkgs for the famous little littlebook littlebook littlebook
book The Road to Wellville Theres Theresa Therea
a Reason ReasonEver ReaaonEver ReasonBver
Ever read the above letter A new newone newone nowone
one appears from time to time They Theyare Theyaro Theyare
are yenline gon no true and full ull of human humaninterest hum humanInterest u uintefUt
press rooms being closed clo ed on aday like Ilkathis likethis
Utl this asked a Times reporter this thismorning thlsmorning thismorning
morning morningIt
uIt It is necessary to keep them olosad olosadwas OI08Qdwas olosqdwas
was the exptanatl6n On a morning morninglike morn morninglike Ins Inslike
like this when there tlt ro is a stiff breeze breezefrom breezfrom breosofrom
from the south 8 < > uth papers would blowball blowballover blowOlIover blowtllover
over the room and an a breeze blowing blowingthrough bloWIngthrough blowingthrough
through the press rnm would make mak6it makit
it impossible to work workThe wor worThe workThe
The reporter went outside but was wasunable wasunable wasunable
unable to discover 1i8 v r the stiff breeze breezefrom breezefrom breezefrom
from the south southThe southThe southThe
The First Hypothesis HypothesisIt I
It was at first thought that some somehigh somehllh somehigh
high official was suffering from chills chillssaid chillssaid chillssaid
said one of the oldest employes emplo es of the theprint therint theprint
print rint shop and that he wished to use usethe usethe usethe
the press pre s room as a means of thawing thawingout thawlnsout
out But this thought yielded to the theI thoIdea theIdea
idea that some one in authority or who whowished whowlhed whowished
wished It known that he possessed au authority authorIty nuthiority ¬
thority had issued this ukase so that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the main press room ro m of the Government GovernmentPrinting GovernmentPrInting GovernmentPrinting
Printing Office could go on record a athe Wi Witho asthe
the hottest botte t place in the District of Co Columbia Columbia Coluinbia ¬
lumbia lumbiaSome lumbiaSome luinbiaSome
Some of us think that the room is isrunning isrunning isrunning
running a pretty close second to a afamous afamous afamous
famous heat place In the underworld underworldHera underworldHer underworldHere
Her is another expression of senti sentiment sentiment sentimeat ¬
ment from an old printer printerFancy printerFancy printerFancy
Fancy 3M 00 or 300 people working workinghard workinghard workinghard
hard in the confines of a big room roomwhere roomwhero roomwhere
where all the fresh air was denied deni d en entrance cntrance entrance ¬
trance with Old Sol lavishing his rays raysthe raysthe raysthe
the hottest he has ever done this sum summer sJmmr sumnier ¬
mer where electric el ctrIc motors were driving drivingfast drivingfast drivingfast
fast moving pulleys where the electrlj electrljlights elcctritights eleetriolights
lights added more to the Intense heat heatalready heatalread heatalready
already alread sizzling to a pitch of suffoca suffocation suffocation suffocatioti ¬
tion the heated fumes of ink rising as asthe asthe asthe
the fast revolving rollers turned in the therapid thorapid therapid
rapid Job presses or the faster web webpresses webresses webreeses
presses resses and then you hav ha a tempera temperature temperature temperatore ¬
ture which no kiosk will ever register registerin
in this city and a condition thrust upon upona
a working workln people which is as myster mysterious m mysterIons ster ¬
ious to an outsider as it was to one onevho oneWho onewho
Who went through such ll h an inferno
What Congress Did DidIN
IN THE SENATE SENATEConsideration SENATEEJonslderatfon SENATE6onslderation
Consideration of tariff schedules was re resumed resumed resumed ¬
sumed and work rushed for the pur purpose purpose purpose ¬
pose of completing them and getting gettingto
to the Income tax and the corporation corporationtax
tax taxSeries taxSerie taxSeries
Series of amendments by Cummins to toreduce toredute toredure I
reduce steel and Iron duties voted voteddown voteddovn voteddown I
down downImportant dovnImportant downImportant
Important amendments to the corpora corporation corporation corporatlon ¬
tion tax measure presented by Sons Senators Sen Sentors Sonstars
tors Clapp and Culberson CulbersonSenator CulbersonSAnator CulbersonSenator
Senator Gore presents amendment for forfree fortree forfree
free text books and materials therefor thereforbut thereforbut thereforbut
but it is defeated defeatedIN defeatedIN defeatedINTfliOUSE
The House met at noon noonThe noonThe noonThe
The census conference report was agreed agreedto agreedApjournment
to toAdjournment t ti tiAjijoummont
Adjournment was as taken to Thursday Thursdaynext Thursiaynext Thursdaynext
next nextThe
The Vital Records RecordsBirths
Births BirthsOSttJb BirthsJoseib
Josauto H and andgirl L6renaST L renal3iIS > irfavldson irfavldsongirl vldsbnt vldsbntrl
girl girlWade girlWade rl rlVade
Wade H and Katherine Coombs girt girtLous grLJ grrLLeus
Lous J x T and JBHen iien I Kirijv boy bo boVharton
Wharton P and L Goldie Rowe boy boyalll1
ijaiii alll1 l G ana Clara Hancock boy
Robert and Mary K Payne girl girlDennis girlDennis girlDennis
Dennis F and Margaret M McCarthy McCarthygirl
girl girlSimon girleimon girlSimon
Simon anl an I Ju Juna tina I Schlcdel Schf del girl girlJohn ghlChULlfS girlChailes
ChULlfS H and Nellie C MAyhew boy
John and Kate E Gross boy boyMarriage boyMarriage boyMarriage
Marriage Licenses LicensesWalter LiceD LiceDWalter LicentesWalter
Walter J Brooks jr and Ethel M MKelber 3 3Keiser L LRellier
Kelber of Washington WashingtonHarry WashingtonHam WashingtonHarry
Harry Levin and Marie Pfeifer of Bal Baltimore BalUmore Batimore ¬
timore timoreThomas UmoreThomaa timoreThomas
Thomas Henderson and Clara Measel Measelof easel easelof
of Detroit Mich MichJtremiah MichJfremiah MichJeremiah
Jeremiah D Harrington and Violet G GParker GPuker GParker
Parker of Washington WashingtonGoodman WashingtonGoodman WashingtonGoodman
Goodman Baldwin and Mary Harvey Harveyof
of Cumberland Cumberl nd county VaBALTIMORE Va VaBALTIMORE VaBALTIMORE
BALTIMORE June SWeddlng S Wedding
licenses lIt > en e have been issued is uoo to the follow following followlag ¬
lag Washingtonians William A Hone Horlobein Horleeln Honebein
bein eln 24 4 Baltimore and Gertrude A
rowin A AMiller AMiller AMiller
Miller 28 divorced 728 Sixth street streetnorthwest streotnorthwe streetnorthwest
northwest t Washington and Sophie SophieBernstein SophIeBern SophieBernstein
Bernstein Bern teln 18 Michael A OBrien S S19l 5 5Il2
1912 19l Thirteenth street northwest n rthW St and andDolores andDolores andDolores
Dolores H Wilholte a lath of Wash Washington Washington VashInglon ¬
Deaths DeathsCharles DeathsCharlee DeathsCharles
Charles W Chamberlain 63 years 1707 1707Thirtyfourth 1707ThIrtyfourth 1707Thirtyfourth
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Mamie 1101 Beard 87 years 1218 F street streetnot streetnot streetno
not th thWE5t thWE5tCharles thwstCharles west westdiaries
Charles A Watts 50 years 125 Can CarrlI CarrlIII ° ll llsrreol llseot
srreol II L southeast southeastWilhflmlna lK southeastW3ibclmina > utheastWlht
Wilhflmlna Wlht > lmlna Weitzel 61 i years yeartl 478 F Fstreet Ftreet Fstreet
street southwest southwestJosiah southwestJosiah t tJ06tah
Josiah Stacey 82 8 years Garfield Hos Hospital Hospital lospital ¬
pital pitalCatherine pitalCatherine pitalCatherine
Catherine Regan 80 years yea 2217 FIt Fifteenth FItteenth FItteentli ¬
teenth street northwest northwestLewis northwestLewis t tLewl
Lewis M 3 Mulholland 13 years y ars 1325 13 Cor Corcoran Corcoran Corconan ¬
coran street northwest northwestAdelaide northwestAdelaide northwestAdelaide
Adelaide V Cochran 36 years ear8 2027 027 H Hstreet Hstreet Hstreet
street northwest northwestMorris northwetltMorris northwestMorris
Morris A A Joy 41 years 1016 North Cap Capitol CapItol Capitol ¬
itol street streetW 8treetW streetW
W C Hufflngton 65 years 906 K street streetsoutheast streetsoutheast
southeast southeastHelen aoutheaatHelen southeastHelen
Helen Kesterman Ke terman 4 months mont s 923 Poto Potomac Potomac Potomac ¬
mac avenue southeast southeastEdward southeastEdward southeastEdward
Edward Pumphery J 9 > months 1361 U l G Gstreet Gstreet Gstreet
street southeast southeastDorothy southeastDorothy southeastDorothy
Dorothy Byrne 2 months Childrens ChildrensHospital ChndrenHoapltal ChildrensHospital
WILSONOn Sunday June 27 7 BOO at his hisreetd hllre hisreidnce
reetd re reidnce lcMnCc nce SOW Oi G street at 630 p m mWILLIAM mWILLIAM mWILLIAM
WILLIAM JAMBS WILSON In the soy aeveatyalxth lIeventyslxth soyeatyslxth
eatyalxth year of his ace aceFuneral a arnFusorsi e ePUBeral
Funeral from his latere lathresidence late residence ldence Tuesday TuesdayJun TuesdayJUM TuesdayJune
June 38 at 4 p m Interment private
WRIGHTO WRIGHT On Sunday June 27 1 1900 at 430 430p
p m GEORGE F beloved son of Katie KatieB
B an and the late Franels Wright aged agedthlrtyHv as agedtairtyMve d dartAe
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Funeral rr I from bill late residence 633 633Maryland 633yland 633Maryland
Maryland avenue northeast Tuetiay June Junea June1s0
a 19M at 2 p m Interment plvate plvateCOCHRAN plvateCOCHRANO
COCHRAN COCHRANO O Sunday June 27 1M9 15t at atm
6 a m at Providence Hospital ADELAlDlI ADELAID ADE ADELAIDB
LAID V beloved wife of Seorfte eirge T TCochran TCochran TCochran
Cochran and daughter of Mrs C V A ACtagett AClaptt ACiaett
Ctagett aged thirtysix years yearsCnOSS yearsCROSSSuddenly yearsCUOSSSuddenhY
CnOSS CROSSSuddenly Suddenly OR O Sunday June 27 1 1000 1900LLOYD 1000LLOYD 1000LLOYD
LLOYD sWeet son of Mary M L and the thelate thelate I Il
late l te Plnkney Cross CrossHODGB8 Cro CroHODGESOn CrossHODGESOn
HODGB8 HODGESOn On Sunday June run 27 1909 at 2 2a 2m 2a
a m WILLIAM U son of the late Ben Benjamin Benjamln nsajamin ¬
jamin and Eliza Hodges HodgesUNDERTAKERS lIodgellUNDERTAKERS HodgesUNDERTAEERS
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Very VeryLittle Little Hope of ofRelief ofReli ofRelief
Relief ReliefContinued Reli ReliefContinued f fContinued
Continued from First Page Pageooolth IJageooolth Pageooolth
ooolth that makes mak Ufa worth living with withthain withthem withtliwu
them The humidity at atnoon noon noontday fjday was waseightyfive w waseightyfive s selghtynve
eightyfive and the weather man him himself himself himself ¬
self admits that such Fucha a figure is not notonly not notonly notonly
only unusual here but is very high for forany forany forany
any section s Uon of the globe The other othertwo othortwo othertwo
two or three persons Ix in the District Districtwho Districtwho Distnitwho
who know what the figtirrs Ktrc mean agree agreewith agreewith
with the wtether weath r man nlan so that the thecommon tilecommon thecommon
common average citizen who gets Es hisweather Esweather Esweather
weather by Fahrenheit and variable variablewinds variablevlnds variablewinds
winds without the scientific variations variationsof
of language can feel secure that the theDistrict theDl theDistrict
District Dl trlct Is < s getting something that is isonly isonl isonly
only onl on the market at rare Intervals and andis andIs andis
is to be had frem thedelicatessen class classof classof classof
of weather wed her venders Ytn ers rather than the thecommon thecommon thecommon
common corner grocery groceryBut groceryBut groceryBut
But Just because it comes In a pretty prettypackage prettpackage prettypackage
package tied up with pink ribbons is isnot isnot Isnot
not calculat d to make General G Ge rieral ral Humid Humiditys HumidItys Humiditys ¬
itys product popular pop lar in this section of ofthe otthe ofthe
the world The weather predictor knows knowsthis knowsthis knowsthis
this and is tinkering with his shower showerapparatus showerapparatus showerapparatus
apparatus with the idea of becoming becomingvery becomingyory becomingvery
very busy with moisture within the thenext thenexJ thenext
next thirtysix hours The sbewerr will willcome willcome willcome
come he says between now and the theFourth theFourth theFourth
Fourth of July JulyWashington JubWa8hlngton JulyWashington
Washington vill iIl be cooler C oler It is prom promised promIsed promised ¬
ised because all the other sections of ofthe orthe ofthe
the country that had heat waves w ves al althe atthe I Ithe
the same time Washington had them themare themare themare
are cooler This promise Is given by bythe bythe bythe
the M 3 street men on their honor as asweather aswoother asweather
weather predictors which the general generalpublic generalpublic generalpublic
public has permission to translate as asfreely asrreely asfreely
freely as it will willRaymond willnamond willRaymond
Raymond Steinmetz the first victim of ofthe orthe ofthe
the heat on todays report was stricken strickenwhile strickenwhlJf strickenwhlJ
while riding on an H Hstreet street car He Is
twentyfive years of age and lives at ats
838 s Pennsylvania avenue He was hur hurried hurried hunned ¬
ried to the Emer Emerlfncy ncy Hospital for fortreatment fortreatment fortreatment
treatment being carried to fifteenth fifteenthstreet Fifteenthstreet Fifteenthstreet
street and New York avenue on the thecar thecar thecar
car Alvin K Godwin the other man manstricken manstricken manstricken
stricken Is fiftyeight years of age and andis andIs andis
is a stranger in the city having come comehere comehere comehere
here only a day or two ago from New Newwont New1rk
1rk 1 trk H felt himself b becoming III and andwont andwont
wont to the hospital himself where he hewas hewal hewas
was placed under treatment He gave gavehis gavehis
his address as 353 3 3 West Twentyfirst Twentyfirststreet Twentyfirststreet
street New York city cityThree cityThree cityThree
Three More Prostrations ProstrationsLate
Late this afternoon three more pros prostrations prostrat10n prostratlons ¬
trations were reported to the police policeChristopher polleeChristopher policeChristopher
Christopher Steffe of 1211 H street streetnorthweet stl stteetnorthwest et etnorthwe
northwest t was overcome at his hroie hroieand hf hnneand e eand
and sent to the Casualty Hospital HospitalSarah HospitalSarah HospitalSarah
Sarah McCIain colored of 460 Maine Maineavenue Halneavenue Maineavenue
avenue was overcome at her homo and
sent to the
Sylvester Duekett also colored was wasovercome wasovereome wasovercome
overcome while tiding a bicycle at Ninth Ninthstreet Ninthstreet Ninthstreet
street and Barry place northwest and andas an anu andas
as taken to Freedmans Hospital HospitalLmckett HospitalIu HospitalLuckett
Lmckett Iu kett lives at 415 Richardson street streetnorthwest streetntrthwest Streetntrthwest
ntrthwest northwestBEASTS ntrthwestBEASTS ntrthwestBEASTS
r 7J7an rpan horses mercifully killed by agents agentsof agentsoftii
of 04 oftii the th society following the t e prostration prostrationof prostration prostrationor
of the animals from heat an n average averageof
of a dozen reports a day of exhaustion exhaustionand
and cruelty on n the part of drivErs ana anian anaan an anan
an unequaled though not officially ro roported rfJported rtported
ported rcor rbCOrl < l of animals dying d ins n their theirtracks theirtracks theirtracks
tracks indicates according to state statements statements statemonth ¬
ments made at offices of the Uiunane UiunaneSociety ltumaneSociety DiimaneSoolety
Society that dumb umb beasts have suffered sufferedeven sufferedeven
even more than humans during the he ex excessively exceasively ¬ I Ioe
cessively oe 8lvely hot weather of the past week weekDie weekDie weekDie
Die on the Streets StreetsIndividual StreetsIndividual StreetsIndividual
Individual cases are reported of where wherehorses wherehorses wherehorses
horses have dropped to the street dead deadwhile deadwhile deadwhile
while their drivers urged them on onethers onhers onothers
ethers hers where agents of f the society societydeemed societyijomed societydeemed
deemed It necessary neces ry to shoot the pros prostrated prostrdted ros rostrlted ¬
trated animal after arriving on the thescene thescene thescene
scene an and < 3 finding that recovery was Im Impof8lble impossible j jpossible
possible One WashIngtonian reports reportshavIng reportshaving j jhaving
having seen five animals drop dead deadfrom deadfrom deadfrom
from exhaustion
causes many e the theprostrations theproatrations
prostrations pro traUcns raported to us said Sec Secrotary Seerotary I
rotary Heap today Loads that might mightcause I1ightcautie ulightcause
cause a team no Inconvenience In win winter winten ¬ I Iter
ter will likely kill It In this kml of ofweather orweather ofweather
weather On an average the reports of ofcruelty orcruelty ofcruelty
cruelty have Increased a a hundred per percent percent percent
cent since the hot spell Heat makes makessore makessore makessore
sore shoulders for the horses and at atthe atthe atthe
the same time irritates the drivers driversCruelty driversCruelty driversCruelty
Cruelty of Drivers DriversOne DriversOne DriversOne
One day last week we took six horses horsesfrom horsesfrom horsesfrom
from the wagons of one Washington Washingtoncontractor WashingtonQ9ntraetor Washingtoncontractor
contractor The animals were nearly nearlydead nearlydead nearlydead
dead A Chicagoan passing through throughWashington throuJhVaahlngton throughVashington
Washington reported an extreme case casefrom casefrom casefrom
from Georgetown where he witnessed witnesseda
a driver urging two horses one of them themlame themlame themlame
lame and with a deep dt > cp gash in the shoul shoulpounds shoulder shouider
der up 8 long hill wIth II load of 6000 6000pQmld 6000pounds
pounds poundsWe pQmldWe poundsWe
We have no record of the number numberof
of horses dropping drop pins dead from heat but butaltogether butaltogether butaltogether
altogether we have found It necessary necessaryto
to kill ten animals during this warm warmweather warmweathtr warmweather
weather Their recovery was Impossi Impossible Impossible lmposslblo ¬
ble Our agents find about ten cases casesof casesor casesof
of cruelty a day reports come In by byletter byletter byletter
letter and telephone of perhaps ten tenothers tenothcr8 tenothers
others making an average of about abouta
a score e scorefar < orear far In excess of the usual run runTHRUSTS runTHRUSTS runTHRUSTS
PITTSBURG PITTS BURG June 28 281n In her anxiety anxietyto
to kiss her husband farewell at the theCharlerol theCharlerol theCharleroi
Charlerol station Mrs Marie Antonio of ofCalifornia orCalifornia ofCalifornia
California thrust her head through the thecar thllar therar
car window and was so severely gashed gashedon
on the neek nt > Ok she Is not expected to sur survive 5urIvc survive ¬
vive Ivc
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Giant Oak Standing by Grave of Suicide EastmanIs EastmanIsBlasted EastmanJsBlasted Eastinan1Blasted
Blasted by Stroke of Lightning LightningIs Is Signof Sign Signof Signof
of Guilt to Ignorant
ST MICHAELS Md ld June SS tLDuring tLDuringa DurIng Durlnga
a a great elobtrjcal storm which visited villitcdthts vl visitedthe ited itedthp
the Tistern Ttt Stern Spore last night and con continued continued colttinued ¬
tinued for several hours this morning morninglightning morninglightning morninglightning
lightning struck a giant oak tree stand standIng standIns standIng
Ing within tt ln a few feet of the head of ofEastmans > f fB fEastmans
Eastmans B tmans grave and split it from top topto topto topto
to bottom No one saw the bolt and the thedestruction thedestruction thedestruction
destruction of the tree was not known knowntintll knownItmtll knownuntil
until a farmer drove by shortly after afterdaylight attardavlight afterdnhight
daylight today and murder farm Is 1snow Isnow j jnow
now shunned by b the whole countryside countrysideTfte countrslderne
rile leaves were withered the brarieh brariehes
cs torn the trunk charred and the theblasted theblasted theblasted
blasted tree stands today a fitting son sentinel sen sentinel sontinel ¬
tinel over the desolate grave of niur niurderer mur murderer murdarer ¬
derer and suioidb The superstitious superstitioushere
here are much wrought up about the theincident theincident theincident
incident and Ignorant colored people peopletake peopletalte peopletake
take it as a sign from heaven that East Bastman Eastmlln Eastmm
man mlln mm and Eastman alone was the mur murderer murderer ¬
derer dererThey dererThey dererThey
They can hardly be persuaded to pass passalong pasalong passalong
along the road on which the farm lies liesThe UeeThe liesThe
The storm did considerable damage damageTelephonic damalBT damageTqlephonie
Telephonic T and telegraphic wires be between between betwean ¬
tween Baltimore and the Eastern Shore Shorewere Shorew Shorewere
were w re down do and considerable trouble was wasexperienced wasexpprIenccd wasexppnienced
experienced in reestablishing reestablis lng communi communication communIcatron communication ¬
Inquest Today TodayTho ToiayTho TodayThe
Tho coroners jury will Journey to the theEastman theEastman theEastman
Eastman farm today to hold an inquest inquestInto inquestinto inQuestinto
Into the death of Mrs Woodill WoodillWithin WoodlllVfthln WoodillWIthin
Within a stones stOnf 8 throw of the grave graveof irave iraveof graveof
of the man upon whom whomal al a the evidence evidencepoints evid evidencepoints nce nceIlolnts
points at as the murderer arid who whocommitted whooommltted whocommitted
committed suicide the Jury is trying to lofind tofind tofind
find a solution of the crime the why whythe whythe whythe
the when and the where of it It No time timehas timehas timehas
has yet been set for the resumption of ofthe otthe ofthe
the inquest of the bungalow which is isseven Isseven Isseven
seven miles from St Michaels and five fivemiles fivemiles fivemiles
miles from the nearest telegraph sta station station station ¬
tion It hud been planned to leave St StMichaels StMichaels StMichaels
Michaels at an early hour but the thestorm thestorm thestorm
storm delayed matters mattersRumors mattersRumC mattersRumors
Rumors RumC as asto to new n w clues clu s fly thick Ick and a d
cast crimes lu lucause
cause and all 11 the other details fly flyabut fiyabnut flyabout
abut about even thicker than the ru rumos rumo rumos
mo mos 8 Every man woman and child childhas childhas childhas
has his or her particularly theory Fam Family Family FainIly ¬
ily are divided on the question and andquarrel andqunrrcl andquarrel
quarrel about the details of the crime crimeIt crimen crimeIt
It Js 8 not believed that the Jury will willrender wiJ1render willrender
render a definite verdict unless some someconclusive somoconclusiye someconclusive
conclusive evidence one na way or the theothr theothr theothr
othr la produced both b ththe the Eastman Eastmanalone Eastmanalone EastmanaJone
alone and the jealous woman solu solutions 501utlons solutions ¬
tions will have their advocates among amongthe amongthe amongthe
the jurors and a compromise verdict to tomeet tomeot tomcot
meet these divergent views 13 expected expectedIt xpectedIt
It Is certain that neither the State Statenor Statenor Statenor
nor county authorities will let up in intheir intheir Intheir
their Investigations InvestigationsLetters investigationsLetters InvestigationsLetters
Letters Unimportant UnimportantVery
Very little Importance Is attached to tothe tothe tothe
the letter left by Eastman In which whichhe whichhe whichhe
he implicates others and stated that a
Jealous woman hit Mrs Woodill over overthe overthe oVerthe
the head with wit a champagne chatipagnebottle bottle b tt1e but butthe butthe butthe
the authoritjhs are determined to take takeno takeno takeno
no risks and are searching the county countyfor countyfor countyfor
for some ons who may be able to throw throwlight throwlight throwlight
light on the matter matterNo matterNo matterNo
No credence Is given to the story that thatEastman thatEastman thatEastman
Eastman tried to induce Mrs Woodill Woodillto
to elope to Europe with him and he kill killed killed killed ¬
ed her because she refused This re report report report ¬
port was built up on the alleged finding findingyesterday findingyesterday findingyesterday
yesterday of a scrap of paper warning
him that he had been recgnlzed when whenhe whenhe whenhe
he visited vi8m G Baltlmre and that flight was wasnecessary1 wasn1cessary wasnecessary
necessary necessary1One n1cessaryQne necessaryOne
One thing stands out strongly in the themass themass themass
mass of testimony Eastman after the themurder themurder themurder
murder whether committed by himself himselfor
or others stripped the body of its jew jewelry Jewelry Jewairy ¬
elry took them to Baltimore and pawn pawned pawned pawned ¬
ed them Money was of some consider consideration conslderation considertion ¬
tion to him otherwise he could have havedropped havedropped havedropped
dropped the jewelry overboard without withoutany withoutany withoutany
any danger of It ever being discovered discoveredSome discoveredSome discoveredSome
Some believe that Mrs Woodill knew knewhim knpwhim knewhim
him before she came East that she shekept shekept shekept
kept him supplied sup pIled with money and that thatin thatIn thatin
in case they eloped this source of In Income income Income ¬
come would have been cut off They Theyoffer Theyotrer Theyoffer
offer this a 8J an argument argum nt against the theelopement theelopement theelopement
elopement theory theoryDid theoryDid theoryDid
Did Not Drink DrinkIn DrinkIn
In spite the rumors about gay gaylaunch gaylaunch
launch parties at the bungalow no noon noon noon
on elms yet been found who who ever saw sawEastman sawEastman
Eastman take a drink of whisky or orwine orwine
wine George B Taylor with whom whomhe whomhe whomhe
he boarded declares that he never nevertouched neyertouched nevertouched
touched a drop and that he never neversmelt neversmolt neversmelt
smelt the faintest traces of wine or orwhisky orwhisky orwhisky
whisky on his breath breathTalbort breathTalbort I ITalbort
Talbort county has been dry for foryears forY6ars foryears
years This explains the report sent senti sentout sentout
i out that Eastman did not buy his hisI hIswines hiswines
I wines and whiskies from tromthe the country countryI countrystorekeepers countrystorekeepers
I storekeepers storekeepersThe
I The launch party story is still be beling beIng belag
ling lag investigated Many launches launchesvisit launchesvIsit launchesvisit
visit the waters round about here on onSunday onSunday onSunday
Sunday and the party partr might be one oneof oneor oneof
of hundreds that spent spen June 20 on the thewater thewater thewater
In addition to the selection of H Cor Cornel1WlJson Cornell j jnell
nell nel1WlJson Wilson and G Thomas Dunlop as aspresident aspresident i ipresident
president and vice president respecj respecjtlvely respec respectively respectively
tively of the Terminal Taxicab Com Company Company j jpany
pany the selection of James A A Cabin Cabinas
as chairman of the executive commitj commitjtee commit committee committee
tee has been announced announcedJohn announcedTohn announcedJohn
John Herbert Her rt Corning John J Boobar Boobarand Boobarand Boobarand
and J Fickling arC members of the new newadministration newadministration j jadministration
administration as treasurer secretary secretaryand secretaryand
and general manager respectively respectivelyIsaac respectivelyIsaac respectivelyIsaac
Isaac Gans Is chairman of the th finance financecommittee financecommittee financecommittee
committee I
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