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Ii I I Rain Rainrmer Tonight and g Warmer WarmerTonight rmer I he I a hin ton ime 1 10 l LAST AST EDITION EDITION1STTJMBER I INIDillER6554
NIDillER6554 1STTJMBER 6554 WASHINGTON MONDAY EVENING DECEMBER 13 1909 PRICE PItICEONE ONE CENT
WANTS ANTSTO TO ORGANIZE ORGANIZEDISTRICT ORGANIZEDISTRICT
DISTRICT CITIZENS CITIZENSTO
TO EXPRESS VIEWS VIEWSililam VIEWSShannon
William ililam E EResolution Shannon Plans PlansResolution PlansResolution
Resolution to Call CallMeetings CallMeftings CallMeetings
Meetings MeetingsCHANCE MeftingsHANCE MeetingsSUCCESS
CHANCE HANCE ANCENOW C SUCCESS SUCCESSNOW I INOW
NOW SEEMS BRIGHT BRIGSfTElimination BRIGrrTE1imination BRIGHTElimination
Elimination of Political Discussion DiscussionFrom DiscussionFrom DiscussionFrom
From Issue Has Helped HelpedMatters HelpedMatters I IMatters
Matters Greatly GreatlyIhe
I ITlH
or orthe ofthe Itht
the fight to organise the dttews
order that they way ec exI ecJres x xjress
the District In ot er
all matters matt < < af affecting atf affecting ¬
jress I rose themselves themsQlv upon
fecting f > ctlng their roll ol 1 welfare IB i is be re revived redved revived ¬
of the Chamber Ch lber of ofCommerce otCommerce ofCommerce
vived at a roo meeting ting
Commerce tomorrow night nightThis nightThis nightThis
This statement was w made today by byWilliam byYllUam
William 4 illlam E Shannon who will introduce Iptroducethe
the resolution which was 8 ruled out of oforder ororder oforder
order at the last meeting of the Cham Chamber Chamber Chamber ¬
ber The resolution te as followsResolved follows followsResolved tonowsftRe
ftRe Resolved olvod That a 8 committee of ftfteen M Mteen Mteen
teen bo chosen by the Chamber to sub submit submit submit ¬
mit at tho not regular meeting a prac practical practical practical ¬
tical plan whereby citizens oU13e and olvll organIzaUons or organizations orgnnlzatlone ¬
ganizations representing every e8I section sectionof
of the Dlatrlot may m y be brought together togetherat
at short and reasonable notice and a In Inan Inan inan
an Inexpensive manner to express a aconcentrated aconcentrated aconcentrated
concentrated public opinion on matters mattersaffecting DlMteNaffecting mattersaffecting
affecting the civic welfare oC Ui Ute Utetire en entire entire ¬
tire community
Not to Nominate NominateConcurrent Nomin NeminataConcurrent tc tcConcurrent
Concurrent with Mr Shannons Shannonsment statement state statement ¬
ment that he Intended to again Intro Introduce IRtreuce tateduce ¬
duce uce the resolution was a declaration declarationry deelaraUoy
ry y him that he would ou14 not push pu thefight the thelight tlMtight
light In the Interest IDter ttt ot organising OI1J8Dh Dg the thecitizens thecitizens thecitizens
citizens for the purpose 1JUlPO of nominating nominatingcardldates noD nomInatlpgcardldates lltIe lltIecavdidates < <
cardldates for political office In the tkeDistrict tlteVistrlct theIistrict
District DistrictThe VistrlctThp IistrictThe
The members of the Chamber ChamberMr aid aidIr BaldMr
Mr Ir Shannon who oppose that organi orgenlzation organization orpnlzatlon ¬
zation taking part In politics where the thendorsement thendrsem thendorsement
ndorsement ndrsem Rt of candidates for publicoli1ct publicnfflces public publicoffices
offices Is J concerned undoubtedly wdoubt are arein aNl1 aren
in l1 the majority The resolution which whichI
I will w mtrodiico lntrO < l eo has IIa a much broaderpurpoe broader broaderpurpose 1KoewIerPUrpoEt
purpose > Its It object will be U to > bring bringCitizens brin brintit bringrltizene
tit Citizens together te < < etlter to dse des ss bibs in introduced IntroduCM intrrdueed ¬
troduced In CoBsress Cea8l wbJb wJa e effect t the thelatrict tileLstrld theistrict
latrict and Ut s4 all s 0Ut 0Utr other MMN which wblcbn
n r any an way wayriteatP 4JMi warswpwt I tM i the weMhge weMhgehe
he > citizens of the theAsked District DistrictAsked Dllltrt t tsked
Asked as to what wh t plan It maty lie liemay hemay e emay
may have for the t e practical praet1 Al carrying out outf
f the resolution Mr Shannon asserted assertedHi ueerteclhat assertedhat
Hi hat at this work would be left to the theommlttee th thommlUee theommittee
ommlttee but that it was w his h opinion opiniona
a < J central body could be constituted constituteduade COIIeUtwtednadt constitutednade
uade > up of representatives of cltlsens cltlsensy
y J forlatkm and other organizations organhationaxhich organizationsAhlch orwanla olM olMhlch
Ahlch would OU1d be clothed with authority authoritycall
call a mass meeting of citisens at atany atn atane
any n yo time the public JU1 lIc need was deemed to toustlfy toUtlty toustify
ustlfy It
Passage Likely LikelyMr
Mr Shannons dropping of the politicalff politicalfeature political politicalfeature
feature ff > ature la the attempt t to organize the thecitizens theL thettizens
citizens L t t luns of the District for the prometinn promo promotion promot
tion t Ifn of their civic welfare It Is re regarded regarded regarded ¬
garded generally y today makes much muchnore mu mufore muchnore
nore likely the u passage JMWMMI < < of th the resolu resolution ru rufion resolution ¬
tion tionIf tionIf
If 1 the resolution carries and the com committee committee committee ¬
mittee of ftftoen to named Da Hd It is practlally practl practlally pCtlany
ally certain that body will 11 be provided providedwith proridedwith IIOW1tedwith
with numerous sug suggestions ItUgM eodoaa OD regarding regardingthe r rt
the t h 1 1jfvt best st way o of carr currying out Ole ob obyt oht
jfvt < t of the resolution resolutionFrom rolaUOnrom rwoluUoaFrom
From rom expressions ex n by b a number of ofTimbers ot1IJJ1bn oft
t Timbers of the Chamber of t Commerce Commercetfjc ommercetit
tit simplest lilm leet t method proposed is I con conMaered conIjr contiered
tiered Ijr UM best This requires requlr the theKrming the1rmlD thefrming
Krming < < of an association a oclaUOD to be bem made up upof upot uput
of I the h he Chamber of Commerce C Board of ofTrade otTrRctf ofTrade
Trade the eitiaens aeoclallonalabor aeoclallonalaborc associations oetalou I labor laborci labOrcIIPnlptions
ci cIIPnlptions c K intzattons and probably other rep reprsentalve repr reprr
rr rsentalve r ntatt8 f > bodies of cittaens ctt The gen general xenfwl genrral ¬
eral association will be governed by an anX aDfX anex
fX X > rutive committee or common coun counit I Ij
it j I inad < up of representatives of the tlieiinor thetnor I I1lnor
iinor as ssaoiatfons o olatlonll < latlons Whenever the exe executive ex executive ¬ i itltive
cutive tltive council believes that the expres expression expresston ¬
sion of the citisens on matters affecting affectingthe a < < ecUn
the 1 he District should bouk be had it will call calla
a general meeting meetin to be participated Inby in inby InbY II IIJtntonl
by all the members meat of the minor or orContinued 01cConUDue4 orContinued
Continued on Seventh Page PageWEATHER PageWEATHER 1 1WEATHER
WEATHER REPORT i
It is 1 considerably O IIIdeblT colder In westeiv wmternlIent westeivKentucky wMte wMteKntuckY
Kentucky Ient ieky western Tennease Tenn and thtj thtjmiddle th thmidftlf the themiddle
middle Gulf States ttee and generally warm warmer ¬
er elsewhere ot wheftt except In thz th north Pacific PacificniKlit lJaclftcstat1 Pacificgtat
stat1 gtat s and tie UPJ upper > > 8 Mississippi valley valleyTh valleyThe
The Th Indiana storm 8tO will continue continuenortheastward continueJjflrtiletwlUd continuenrtneastward
northeastward attended by rains raJ 8 and andMIOHS andnu andsnows
snows tonight and Tuesday from the theLake thelal theLake
Lake lal < region r n and upper u uOhio Ohio valley valleyrant Ydlyru
ru r rant as < ward w a There will w also b be rains to ton toJ towed
J niKlit t In the t South erAtlantic Atlantic States fol folwcd folw
her Ttoe Ttoew
> wed w cd < d by generally fair weather Tues Tuesii TueaIii uer uerla
ii while hlle In the lower low r Ohio valley and andThe andt
n t 1 east Gulf States the weather wfJf ther will willgenerally willlf
lf i generally fair fairIt talrIt fairIt
It will be warmer nner tonight to tight IPt In N NKnxJand New NewrllfJand 10we <
KnxJand and the th thand e middle Atlantic Staia Stat Statana 8 8an
ana an rllfJand colder from the upper I lAke ake region regionuthward retrionuthW3rd region regionR
R > uthward Into Florida It will be eoldI eoldrr eold eoldtr
tr I r Tuesday In th Atlantic States 8tat ex exrrpt exrt oxrr
rrpt rr rt t New Bnglana n ant and warmer In the thelower thelwpr thetower
lower tower MIatai Mississippi slppi valley valleyFORECAST vall vallFORECAST valleyFORECAST
FORECAST FOR THE DISTRICT DISTRICTItain DIrrRICTHaln DIWBICTHain
Itain and warmer tonight Tuesday Tuesdayram
ram or Wow now and Cl colder brisk bfWkut bfWkutto southeast southeastto
to southwest t winds windsTKMPXKATURJM wtIMbXPJCJUTtTR wiaadLTEMPERJITtTR
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fomorrowJifxlt Tomorrow HfKh tide tW a m and atada14
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Both rivers clear
MANY TAKE CHANCES CHANCESON I ION
ON DEAD LETTER SALE SALEUncle SALEUncle SALEUncle
Uncle Sams Annual Auction of Undelivered Mail Mat Matter Matter Matter ¬
ter Attended by Bargain Hunters HuntersSocictys Societys Per Personages Persoaages ¬ I
sonages Among the Bidders
I
Twenty cents fc cents K cents centsthats oemtLthats tII
thats U I the spirit gentlemen en emen put some somespirit minesplrlb
spirit it in this th bidding who says 8 IMSome IM IItTBogie
Some one MId M and others said aidnBd ft 40q ftand
q and 00 00A AilA o oA
A man who couldnt looate the pack packI
I age on the catalogue thought a pod geodl podnrglJn goodargin
l argaJn > was at stake chimed in and andother andother andother
other men took up the cry cryParqol cryParcol cryParcol
Parcol No 30 of the Dead Letter Office Officesale OfficeBale Officesale
sale soared so red to 549 ° 48 and a man with withsporting withB1 withsporting
sporting B1 > OrtlnK blood who said e id he was not notmarried notmaniCd notmarried
married won the coveted parcel parcelIt parcelIt
It oor OI 7ualnod omed just what the cataloguesaid catalogue cataloguesaki catloguesaid
said Jard ard black satin tla J6 6 Inches ID ae I Iyards ryards
yards black silk llk trimming braid braidcheap brAjdch8J 20 20cheap
cheap handkerchief 2 pairs women warrenshose womenshose
hose infants zephyr socks cheap sack sackchilds RCkehlkls sackchilis
childs waist waistIn oI8tIn
In a few minutes oame the voice of ofthe ofthe
the porterCastt porter porterCant
Cant find the gentleman who bought boughtNo boucbtNo boughtNo
No Nol S SThe 20 20The
l The sale opened at It oclock but long longbefore IOftgbefore longbefore
before that tineiarotnt time tl1l1 Marcus Notes Not auction auctionroom adc auctionroom On Onroom
room at 4 4JI Ninth stfeeC staeo was well filled filledland 1l1ecland flOedand
land and by the time the sate Ie got under underway undelway underway
way a crowd was linedup lined up In the driving drivingrain drtTba drtTbarain drivingrain < <
rain rainThey rainTh87 rainThey
They werent all bargain hunters of ofnecessity ofnec8NIty ofnecessity
necessity either Throe carriages pulled pulledup
up In front of the auction rooms at
1090 with welltodo elt cltisene liens D whose whosenames wbo whosenames e enam
names nam figure In the society colu coluBut coIuBut columns columnsBut
But the carriages did not get them any anySCHOONER 7 7SCHOONER
SCHOONER SINKS SINKSCREW SINKSCREW
CREW IS SA SAVED VEO
DO Bodies d leS of 0 f Nine N Ine Victims V ICtlffiS of ofFerry Qj QjFerry ofPerry f
Ferry Disaster Are AreRecovered Ar ArRecovered AreRecovered
Recovered RecoveredBUFFALO RecoveredBtJPF RecoveredBUFFALO
BUFFALO BtJPF X NY Y Dec 1JA A report reportwas reportwu reportwas
was received ree vecl here today that the theschooner thechoon theschoon
choon schooner w Charles Cbafi Spademan was sunk sunkyesterday anmkyter sunkyesterday
yesterday yter < < ay afternoon half be f a mile west of ofSouth ofSouth ofSouth
South Bass sa Jsfcmd Il naL Lake Brie The Thecrew Thecrew Thecrew
crew was wa taken off In lifeboats UfeboataERIK lifeboatsERIK nteboauERIE
ERIK Pa Dee M 1IAJI All over bake bakeEric IkeErte LakeErie
Eric becalmed beeal Md after aft betas wormswept wormsweptIE ept I 1b
1 IE a week Government ttJMiwsVtir 1u s sfl I Inou Ivarious
fl various nou craft are today i rt1ItdNpg e rcMng rcMngof flot J Jforv
forv lot edM11f d0nsatr Ilk fleet a aof tII Lj Ljor
of tHe pst pIMItTIle pmweek pmweekThe > fre k kThe
The ftndinjt ftD yestssstey 7 of tile bodies of ofOttstte ofnine t tIIlne
nine ot tJM Brew of < < u the a etas r t flay flayqueue ny + j jqueUe
queUe and a d Bessemer No 2M w a yawl yawloff yawloff
off Erie Pa has led to the hope that thatthe thatthe
I
the bodies of the other twentythree twentythreemembers twentythreeUtembenl twentythreemembers
members of the Illfated boats crew crewmay crewmay crewmay
may be found and lake men still hold boldout holdout holdout
out nope of finding the yawl In which whichthe whichthe i
the captain and twelve ot the crew of oftbe ofthe
Ute burned steamer Clarion left that thatvessel thatY thatSome thatvowel
vessel Y
Some May B 1 Be Afloat Yet YetIt YetIt YetIt
It Is thought when Ute car ferry was waswrecked wuwrecked waswrecked
wrecked all hands set out In n small smallboats smallbows i ibota
boats and that some IJOm If not all ofj ofjthese o othane j jtb8lHt
these may be stlU tW afloat In the lake lakeThe lakeThe lakeThe
The car ferry Ashtabula p plying > I Itureen be between e ¬
tureen 1 een Ashtabula and aJI Port o oOntario Burweil BurweilOntario Burw e l lOntario
Ontario Is lying stranded In an exposed exposedcondition exP exposedcondition < < d dCOIWItUon
condition off Point Burrell today Tugs Tugsare Tupare
are trying to free It Pears are felt that thatif thatIf t tIf
if the wind blows from the southwest Itwill it itwill Itwill
will completely wreck the boat boatFreighters bcNtFreighters boatFreighters
Freighters and Tug Agr Agreui AgreuiDETROIT AgreundDETROIT n4 n4DETROIT
DETROIT Xlch kh Dec M DTwo Two big bigfreighters W Wtnlgbterw bigfreighters
freighters are e reported aground in Lake Lake9t Lake8t e e8t
8t Clair off the Grosse Point light lighthouse JIPthoIM lighthouse ¬
house Their names cannot be beout made sideout madeout
out A tug which put out to tb their UHtlrt lr as assistance a aaistance ¬
sistance t tance is also reported agroundBOAT aground agroundBOAT I
BOAT CAPSIZES CAPSIZESFOUR CAPSIZESFOUR CAPSIZESFOUR
FOUR ARE DROWNED DROWNEDOregon DROYNEDOregon DROWNEDOregon
Oregon Party Returning Home HomeFrom HomeFrom HomeFrom
From a Dance When the theAccident theAccident theAccident
Accident Occurs OccursRAN1BR OccursItANIER
RAN1BR 1 aUER Ore Dec U 1J8earcb Search Is be beANARCHY being beleg
leg puade today for the bod bodies of three threegirls throeeatrta
girls and one man who were drowned drowlNdfn
fn n the Columbia river late last t night DlPtA
A party oC seven were returning home homefrom bornefrom
from a d dance In a launch when the Ulecraft thecraft
craft epttlaed Three we were saved savedANARCHY ved vedANARCHY
ANARCHY SUSPECTS SUSPECTSRAIDED SUSPECTSRAIDED SUSPECTSRAIDED
RAIDED BY POLICE
BUENOS AYRES A Dec 11 1JFtV Five hunj hunjdred hun hundred
dred suspected 8u pected anarchists anarchl tll are In Jail to today to4y today ¬
day as a result of wholesale raids by bythe bytbe bythe
the police who under orders from the thegovernment tbeIIOvemment thegovernment
government are conducting a wide widespread widespread vlde8pread ¬
spread campaign campa < < n to check the numerous numerousanarchist numerou8anarchist numerousanarchist
anarchist outrages outragesThe outrapaThe outragesThe
The trial of the suspects will be push pushed pUtlhed pushed ¬
ed vigorously The majority it Is ex expected expPcled oxed ¬
pected ed will be sent to the penal settle settlement Mttlement settlemont ¬
ment at Tterra he terra del eJ Fuego FuegoWithin FucoWlthln
Within Within the last month montnarchist anarchist plots plotsare plotsare lots lotsare
are believed bell ved to have been responsible responsiblefor
for numerous assassinations lnaUon and dyna dynamite dynamite a amite ¬
mite outrages outragesGALLINGER outraaeGALLINGER outragesGALLINGER
GALLINGER FAVORS FAVORSNORMAL FAVORSNORMAL FAVORSNORMAL
NORMAL SCHOOL SCHOOLSenator
Senator Oalllnger chairman of theSenate the theSenate thete
Senate te District Committee expressed expressedhimself fXprMMCthilt
himself on the liner of o the Senate today todayas today1teIn
as being 1teIn < < in favor JIvor of the establishment establishmentof
of a new normal n nnal school In the District DistrictSenator DItrl DistrictSenator L LSenator
Senator Galllnger presented pre ented petitions petitionsfrom petitionsfrom Utlon Utlontrom
from the Columbia Heights Citisens CitisensAssociation CitlsensAssuelathn CltlaenAoeIl1Jn
Association and from eighteen other as associations a a8Oclatlons asaoctatlons ¬
sociations asking that a normal school schoolbo schoolb8 schoolbe
bo established In presenting the thesympathised thepoittion
petltton Senator aam Gallinger ller Did that that heympatthieed he hePIthlsecl
sympathised s PIthlsecl with the wishes wlsh of the thepeople theIn
people speople in this matter Uer and IHI believed believedsomething believedsomething
something should be done to meet the theA theused
used oC Wlnct a for a new normal normalschool
school schoolA 001
A fivecent Investment In Piper HeM HeMsttck lIel4ebewt liedelect
elect < < ebewt the chewing tobacco t eco will put you in inlovcfe intouch
touch with t tSs finest article 1CIdeT 1CIdeTItAdvt male mad Try Tryit Tryft
it ItAdvt = AdvU
special privileges prttae a They The had to got out outand outADd outand
and wait m Hue m u tho t driving dl tla < < rain just jxwKlike JU JUlike justlike
like the re rest t of the buyers buye Marcus
Notes when he is working Ol1tIn for the Gor Gorernment 0 0ernment 0evernment
ernment is no respecter of persons
Inside the hurry of the sale was In
icUuptrl terruptecl again < < In Rd IHl again < < aln by y amusing
in IneJdeDt IneJdeDtIn IneldentsIn
inJS2eiPtffelWR undereuit In JS2eiPtffelWR ODe J > 8reel rcej was a m mans n balbrlagan blbrl
undersutt
four cheap handkerchiefs
two cheap cht > ap tobacco pipes damaged razor
auger bit four womens handkerchiefs handkerchiefs
and woolen wool 8ft hose i
This was Inadvertently bought by a aoman awoman
woman oman who thought she was bidding on onthe
the next package She was gamer than
the Sung man manSlung1 lDanStullg tan
Slung1 was her only comment as
she handed out L lAt for fothis this miscel mia m etael etaelA ¬
laneous assortment assortmentA as ortment
A large part t of the crowd came with withun
baste
lunch un baakets and nd Prepared to stay staywhen
t noon hour
through the da day At the noon hour
when the crowd thinned out somewhat I
they were juU justified ed for bargains came cantothose
thick and fast Packages Packa e8 similar to
those tho ose e which brought several dollars In I
the early hours of the sale were sold old
for less than SlWLafter SJ lLfter noon uO < n
There are LOOtTless 1000 I less packages packa s In the thesale thesale I
sale Ie than last year and d Marcus Notes Notessays votessays
says 18 the proceeds will II be nearly as asmuch asmuch
much It not in excesl ex of the sale diet dietyear tostyear taatyear
year as the articles are of superior superiorquality sUpftt101quality superiorquality
quality qualityThe qualityThe qualityThe
The sale Ie will begin dally at 10 oclock oclockand oclockand 1
and 7 oclock In the evening and will willcontinue wl11contiDue willcontinue
continue until the entire stock is die disposed dlltpotie4 dieof ¬
posed of An effort will be made to
bring brlB the sale Ie to a close elo tar Saturday Saturdaynight SaturdayniCh Saturdaynigh
nigh night There are more than 7 1fiOO i00 09 parcels parcelsto
to d depose dlpollf pose of ofLast orLaJt ofI
I Last La t year the salo netted 11360 11360TO 11 11HEMENWAY 11360HEMENAY
HEMENWAY RESIGNS RESIGNSTO RESIGNSTO
TO ENTER POLITICS
Was Employed by SenateCommittee Senate SenateCommittee SenateCommittee
Committee As Expert on onPublic onPublic onPublic
Public Expenditures ExpendituresFormer
Former Senator nator James A Hemenway Hemenwayof
of Indiana has resigned as a expert Intbe inthe In Inthe
the employ eIIII IOJ9 oC 0 the Senai henatS Conmtttte on onPublic 01 01PubUc onPublic
Public Expenditures Exltu Ills 1IJ resignation resignationwdll relgaattonJuary
wdll J ke a offset January 1 1Thfcmy 1LltUepap 1Trn
Trn Thfcmy t7 Ziltti LltUepap pag former tenaerta secre secretary secretary ¬
tary ta ry to Senator Se tor Hvmenway mnnenw y lies resign resigned ¬
ed from the employ mpo of Q Ute committee commltt to totake t ttake totake
take effect a onc oncfi OIIIceo OIIIceoBalM onceSenator
fi BalM Senator na4or 0 r Hemenway IIe1D en1nu doe dodi soggy aotrfparlie 80 80tie
lie intends to t do He Hetr fym m Mrrlil ttsi ttsito
tr 4 4to lrigtp j jto =
to take tak the povltlOM peril ion permanently that thatho thathe
ho Was emirtDyed to look into the quo quottasivOf Q Qtot quer querti I
tot ti of < t bow ow savings could 1M se effected effectedh e < < ects
h 1ft Ofsysrnmebt YWDlMIit expenditures expeDdlt and that thathe thathe
he has h about completed his work He Heis HeUs Hefe
is receiving the pay J Y of a Senator 8e ator 708 sieoa 708a 7 W Wa
a year yearIt 7 yearIt r
It Is expected he will return to Indiana Indianaand Lidlanaand
and watch for an opportunity to get gctback KtInto getback I
back into politics It Is suggested SUltze ted that thatMr tr thatMr l t tXr
Mr Uemenway felt that to stay In the theservice theservice
service of t th committee tee would Injure Injurehis laJurehJA injurehis
his standing politically in Indiana IndianaMr IndianaMr IndianaMr
Mr Uttlepage Lltt1 Intends to enter law lawpractice lawpractice
practice here The committee pays him himtoo I
0400 too a year yearMRS
MRS yearNATION NATION FINED FINEDFOB FlN FINEDFOR D DFOR
FOR SMASHING mFor BABFor m
For smashing botles bo ties a aand bar fixtures ftxturesand fixturesand
and spilling liquor val valthe altAod d at Isb inthe In I Ithe
the cafe at the Union station a week weekago weekaao weekago
ago yesterday Carrie Nation this thismorning lhl lhlJIIOIDtna thismorning
morning was lined flW 110 In Police Court CourtMrs CourtMn Courtkra
Mrs Nation was mom than pleased pleasedwith pJea pleasedwith ed edwith
with the outcome She expected asevere a asevere asevere
severe line and confessed that she shehad ahebad shehad
had entertained hopes of being given givenan ven venan
an absolute jail sentence nteRce with no payment pay payment payment ¬
ment of fine as an alternative aIt < < natlve In Instead Inatfad Instead ¬
stead she In enjoying her freedom on a
bond of 950V 64Ar pending a rather remark remarkable remarkaltle remarkable ¬
able and somewhat astonishing ap ¬
peal The disorderly conduct case was w
d dismissed dismissedThe dl81Dl8MdThe smlaaedThe
The two hatchets named by Mrs Na ¬
tion Faith and Hope and the thesmall theIUIUIII thesmall
small ax were WP put into Intolde evidence evidenceJudge evidenceJudge e
Judge Jnd Mulotvny Quashed the disorderly disorderlyconduct dlaordflrlyconriuct disorderlyconduct
I conduct charts and fined her Heft n or orsixty 6rFlxt Orrlxty
sixty Flxt days In jail on the other com complaint eomplalmt om omplalftt ¬
plaint plaintThats plalmtTbjate
Tbjate Thats la not so o had that t thats II not so sobad 80ba4I sobed
bad Mrs M Nation > air lttt M I xpected a asettence aa ama
I
settence ma a enee much more mo severe
BROKAW DECLARES DECLARESSUIT DECLARESSUIT
SUIT AN EXTORTION EXTORTIONSays
Says Wife Simply BroughtAction Brought BroughtAction roughtAotion
Action to Get GetMoney GetYl GetMonoY
Money MoneyTROUBLE MonoYTROUBLB Yl ney
I II II ITROUBL I I
TROUBLE TROUBL FEARED FEAREDHCOURT FEARED1N P ARED
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1ENtGQURT HCOURT 1N COURT ROOM ROOMIntense ROO ROOMIntense
Intense jEfeeJing Between Two TwoSides TwoSides TwoSides
Sides in Divorce Div rce Case of ofMillionaire ofoj ofMi11ionaire
oj 1hi Millionaire Mi11ionairec Mi11ionaireMINEOIa1 MillionaireMINKO 1lionaire 1lionairet 1lionaireltINEOrl
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MINKO ltINEOrl < A I L I Dec 13 1Through Through his hisattorney hisatterney hisattorney
attorney William mI8m Gould Brokaw the theNew theI
New NttYork York millionaire m lIonalro whose who e wife Mary MaryBlair MaryBlair IuyBlair I
Blair Brokaw is suing Inr him for a sep separation sopI sopIaratlon soparation
aration alimony of WO000 and fiOOO additional ad 1 1dltlonal I IdlUonat
dltlonal a month today toc1aydeclared declared the suit suittwas I Iwas I
was Instituted In Utvted to extort money from him himand himand himand
and that bt b could have had It abandoned abandonedIf
If he had peed pa d over ov r money asked for forArthur torAzthul forArthur
Arthur J Baldwin Mrs Ir8 Brokaws law lawyer lawyer lawyer ¬
yer cbaraeterizod the statement statOJ 1ent as an anabsolute anabeohlt anabeoiuto
absolute Jfclcahood JfclcahoodThe tehood tehood1be leehoodThe
The feeling between Brekaw Br kaw and his hiswifes hiswife hiswifes
wifes wife father and brother who are sup supporting supportlq supporting ¬
porting her at the trial is I so acute that thatcourt thatcourt thatcourt
court attendants would not be surprised surprisedto
to have M stop a freeforall fight flghtMis fightIIJI fightMrsrokaw
Mis Mrsrokaw Brokaw was w s on the stand under undercrousexaimmuion undercrouexJQbaUon undercrouisexanlinatlon
crousexaimmuion again today but ev every every every ¬
ery effort of Attorney McIntyre Mc1ntre made madeto
to have her admit overindulgence In Incocktails InCOCKtaJla incocctaliaor
cocktails cocctaliaor or that her story ef o alleged ind1lCtities in indignities Indt ¬
dignities dt ltiN at the hands of her husband husbandwa hl8 nd ndwa
wa w false met m t with no success successBrokaws succoseBrokaWs sucroseBrokaws
Brokaws statement follows
j Groosly Misrepresented MisrepresentedI
I have e been b grossly misrepresented misrepresentedby
by Mrs Brokaw and by members of ofher orher ofher
her fatally 1 11tr Her charges were mage mageto 11NI e eto
to Injur me in the public eye and to tot toforce j jforce
force t oroe alarge a large money settlement lie Propo Proposition Irogosltion ¬
sition after proposition has been made madeto
I to me to abandon this Ult suit if I should shouldsubmit shouldlubmtt shouldsubmit
submit to 1 a large money n8T settlement I
ve never against ray raywife mywife m mwife
wife nor did I ever abuse her which whichwill which whlehwJU j
will he shown by a number of f wit1 wit1nesses wU wUn wUW1M witneree
nessesWhen nesses n nereeWbo
When W1M t asked If he meant to Include a aenlal
denial enlal that he ever threatened his hiswife h18wlnt hiswife
wife an she be alleged on the witness witnessstand witnessstand 1tnOll88tand
stand Brokaw said saidI a1dI I II
I certainly certAdftl did not I absolutely absolutelyshe M absolutelyay > olutely
deny ay ell oC her er stories Nothing likeshe like
she he oVeeribeg ever happened hanpenedIn hnpened1Ift
1Ift In fluexamining or Mrs Brokaw Mc Mctyre Ic Ict7flt
Vliyrs t7flt vsked 5 tired if her husband hu band did not ac ac1p55 ac accuse ace
cuse e he hy 1 of flirting with a guest at a apartar afIIrbtwo apar
partar fIIrbtwo par two year ago this Christmas Christmast
at t whMh w wore or present Lieutenant Lle tenant Gev GevrnoTHorace G Gernor < <
ernor rnoTHorace Horace White former Justice JueU
GMdersleeve and Dr SatterwhUa She SheEorbjaden Sit he helaid
laid hi Ice Ie did didEor didForbidden
< Forbidden Eor dde to Drink Drinklie I Drinks DrinksAAiled > rin1 r
AAiled A lie tt Brokaw had hA hedx W 2itt 2itttl t t ft tIdea
t tQ tl drink Jtak why 8M to Ptled Ie Iehe
be beJda die bgYb othr othrIdea I
Idea that I was not used u ed to driwine dri driwine
wine W In and ordered ginger gla el a ale 1 pUceTat pUceTatmy placed at atmy
my my platt platftIMd plattIJtd plateINd
IMd the butler not bring cocktails to 110ur I
your ur roomr roomrf11 roomy roomyNet r rI
Net f11 that t I Irem1tor r er I have tasted
oocktalls oocktallsNot oocktailsliow I I IHow
How many have you 1 taken In your I
Ole >
OleNot
Not more more than four fourKMr fourMrs
KMr Mrs III P Brokaw 01 stated t t th that t at the dinner I
she he had been questioned fllMtI about she In ¬
advertently nUY drank champagne ehAm ne Mcln MclnOnly
tyn alkecI a ked her how much she he drank
Only four or five alps Ipe My M ly husband h hcalled I
called me a damn liar because be becauseuIto becauseuItohim < awe I told toadthe
him Bpm some one had substituted win wine for forWhy
the ginger ale aleJh
Jh Why h did di d you take more than a sipT sip I I
It t tasted similar to ginger ale aleXKW aleSPITZER aleSPITZER
SPITZER ON STAND STANDIS STANDCROSSEXAMINED
IS DROSSEXAMINED DROSSEXAMINEDNEW
NEW YORK Dec De 13 J30Ilver Ollver SpHaer SpHaerformer Sltzrtomler Spitzerformer
former dock superintendent of the theAmerican theAJIK theAmtrlcrln
American AJIK Sugar Refining Company In laBrooklyn InBrooklya inBrooklyn
Brooklyn and the man in charge of oftho o olbe ofthe
the scal scales s In which holes hotwere were bored borWfor bo bofor boredfor
for the Insertion of springs prln that would wouldretard wouldretard wouldretard
retard the weighing welch of imports and andrecord ItJldrd andrecord
record rd abort weights bLa was under cross crossexamination CIOfNIfxaminaUon croespxamination
examination by b Prosecutor Henry H nlr I IStlmson J J8Umeon L LStimson
Stlmson when the trial of himself hlm eJr for CornPr ¬
mer cashier Hender Bendernagle nagle and four fourweighers fourIghen fourweighers
weighers Ighen was w resumed in the Federal Federalcourt FederalCOU1t Federalcourt
court today todayOn toda todaOn todayOn
On direct examination last week he hetestned hetNtfted hetestified
testified that he had received threaten threatening threatenIng threatenlag ¬
ing letters Jette which It was stated that th t he hewas hewaa hewas
was to be killed going from work workDo wOlk1u workDo
Do you think some of your roUr enetrten enetrtenbored enn1eborfd enerrIesbared
bored those th 1Ie holes demanded Stlmson StlmsonThe StimlIOnThe StimsonThe
The The hol holes s may have laa w been bored by bythem byI bythem
them was the > r ntI rply < j > ly I dont know knowwho knowwho
I I who was responsible re polllllble for them
Nominated N by President I
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JUDGE HORACE H LURTON
OPERATION ON KING KINGTO KINGTO
TOBELHSTISORI TOBELHSTISORIMonarch TO BE LASfRESOR1 LASfRESOR1oo LAST RESORI RESORIto
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Monarch Mon onare1 rcn Has Veipy V Via iTc rSmaY rSmaYChance Smfef SmfefChance l lChance
Chance to Live LiveBRUSSBLS LiveDRU8SBLS LiveBRUQSELS
BRUSSBLS t Dee > ec 131n In the tWbattle desperate desperatehattie asspsmtebattle
battle to prolong King KILeop Leopolds W life lifefor IUfttor lifefor
for a few days Dr Thhiar a aril < M DrStieaon Dr OrSttonon DrSdeaon
Sttonon anoenneed AIIII today that an operas opecftUon 0IHIEft1 0IHIEft1lion operastlon
lion would < < be performed tonwrrow on enthe onthe
the King If his strength permit permitThjo permitsThe permttaThe i
The announoement followed follo an earlier earlierreport earIUrreport rIIer rIIerreport
report that Leopold was dying dyt and that thatthe thatthe I
the end was expected within a few fewhours fe fewhours 1 1houl3
hours hoursThere hoursThem i iThe
There The is the gravest grave t fear that the theoperation i ir
operation r Uon will end fatally but the theKings theKIuK i
Kings a condition te such that hIM physi physicians ph71dellUUI phystciams ¬
cians say there bj no other recourseardinal ree recourse reoeurseCardinal urs ursCardinal
Cardinal Merrier today t administered administeredextreme adlRlRteteredextreme administeredextreme
extreme unction to the King KingThe KlnlThe KingThe
The King Kill realizes that his iii end e is isnear I Inear isnear
near and according to Prinee Albert Albertof Aloe t tof
of Flanders the heir apparent his hiscynicism hf hfcynlclm h hcynicism
cynicism has disappeared and his hiswhole hi hiwhole hiswhole
whole thought Is now centered < < ntered on the thefuture thefuture thefuture
future of his country countr This change changeIn
In Leopold mental condition IB If con considered COnaldered conaidered ¬
sidered significant significantDr
Dr Thlrlar and Dr Stienon ar are in inconstant n nconstant I IMtnt
constant Mtnt aterdance ater ance and it Is an announced announced ¬ I Inounced
nounced they have either operated operatedor
or are preparing to operate on Leo Leopold Leopold Leopold ¬
pold for strangulated hernia The Theacute Theacute I
acute recurrence of o this thl trouble fol following following ¬ i
lowing the Kings weakened condi condition condition ¬ I
tion from rheumatism and his recent recentparalytic recentparalytic recentparalytic
paralytic strokes troke makes the outcome outcomeof
of the operation extremely doubtful doubtfuland doubtfuland doubtfuland
and it is I being resorted to only in the
hope of prolonging life a few days daysThe daysThe
The only interest the public shows showsin
in Leopolds condition results results from fromthe tromth fromthe
the th fear that his death may seriously seriouslyaffect seriouslyareet seriouslyaffect
affect the market There is not the tlieusual ttJ ttJUSUAl theusual
usual person personal note of grief in the thepeoples thepeoplell thepeoples
peoples solicitude as the King hat hatnever hatoJnever hannever
never been a beloved ruler rulerPrince rulerPrince I
Prince Albert AIl > ert is at the palace and andpreparations andare andpreparations
preparations are being made for his hisimmediate hi himlftdlat hislmmedlate
immediate assumption of administra administrative administrative adminlatratlve ¬
tive duties The cabinet is I in prac practically practically rC rCUCAly ¬
tically continuous session sessionTh sessionThb Ion IonTh
Th Thb latest latf t official bulletin says Y that thatLeopold ghatLeopold at atLeopold
Leopold passed a quiet night but butthat butthAt butthat
that his condition shows no improve improvement InproYement improvement ¬
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TAFT NOMINATES KOlliTESLOW NOMINATESLURTON
LURTON FOR BE BEPyeaent BENCH BENCHJ
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ennessee Man Is Recom Recomm j
Ml m lade t6 S Senhte l tci fer ferSupreme for forSupreme
Supreme CourtPresident Court
President draft Tlrtto today aY sent t te the Sen Senate Sonate ¬
ate the t e nomtnatloV nomlaat of Judge Jud Horace M MLurtoW 1tILurt HLurtia
Lurt LurtoW etrowtt judge j ge ef the Sixth nditlal N Ndfeial i
dfeial tXetrlct el strict Ct to the Supreme Court of oft1 orfhe ofrho
t1 fhe e United Unlt States to succeed Justice JusttcaIftckham JusticeIeckham JU C8 i
Iftckham IftckhamJudge F IeckhamJudge i
Judge J e Lurtons appointment Is made madeby 1 1by
by President Pre ldent Taft over th the protests Jrte ts ot otorganised 0 0organbted oforganized
organized labor as a represented by byPresident byPrent byPresident
President Gompers and andotb8l other omdls omdlsof
of the American Federation of Labor Laborwho Laborwho
who have charged cha ed Lurtoi l with th having havingprocorporation havingrporstion
procorporation preco precoobjection rporstion leanings One 0 particular particularobjection JlllLrUeuiarobjection
objection they U ey had te his appointment appointmentwas appointMentthat
was that he at one time declared the theemployers thet theemployers
t employers > liability act unconstitutional unconstitutionalObjections ullconetltvtlonalObjections unconstitutionalObjections
Objections have been n made mae in other otherquarters otberCtuarten otherquarters
quarters to Lurtons Lur ns appointment on ontheground onthe
theground the ground that manyof many of RIB decisions tlee4 lons
favored ta vored big corporations At one time timethere timethere
there was talk in the theSeaate Senate to the ef effect effect effect ¬
fect that his h nomination could not be beconfirmed bee beconfirmed
confirmed e Within the past few fe dayshowever days dayshowever dIIJtowever
however Mr Taft has been In consulta consultation conaultaUon consultation ¬
tion with members of t the Senate Judi Judiciary Judiciary JutllchuY ¬
ciary Committee and it to now 110 believed believedthat beIedthat believedthat
that the conmmatton has lien if8e arranged arrangedfor arran arranrer
for forJudge rerJw Judge Jw e Lurton Is one of the closest closestpersonal elo closestpersonal t tpe
personal pe 1 friends the President has ever everhad 08 everhad I Ihad
had Iis i iHe
hadHe He H was born in Kentucky In 1 m4 M and andIs I
Is a Democrat He at on one time served servedon no I Ion
on the Federal bench in Cincinnati with withJudge wkhJuqe withJudge
Judge now President Taft who has a ahigh ahlJrh ahigh
high opinion of his ability as a jurist juristAfter jurtwtArter juristAfter
After being Ing graduated from Cumberland CumberlandUniversity Cumberlandlnlvenlt CumbertandUniversity
University Lurton went on the State Statebench StatbeAch Statebench
bench aa chancellor of the Sixth Tenneeseo Ten Tennessee reon ¬
nessee n division in 1575 1575He 1575He 153He
He was elected to the supreme court courtof courtor courtof
of the State In isM and became chief chiefjustice chieCJtMJttc chiefjustice
justice in 198 Shortly thereafter he hewas bew hewas
was w appointed appotnt < < d to the Federal bench benchThe bencbThe
The Sixth udicial circuit which embraces em embraces ¬
braces the States Stat of Ohio Kentucky KentuckyTennessee KentuckT KentuckyTennessee
Tennessee T IIeuee and Michigan I hlgan already has hastwo hastwo
two representatives on the Supreme SupremeCourt SupremeCourt SupremeCourt I
Court of the United States in the persons per persons peron ¬
sons on of Justices Day and Harlan who whowere whowere ho I Iere
were ere appointed from Ohio and Ken Kentucky Kentucky ¬
tucky respectively respectivelyThe tlvelY tlvelYThe
The noiwliiaHjn of t George A Carped Carperiter I Iter
ter to be judge of r the Federal court courtof avertof 1 1or
of Chicago Chlca < < o was also sent to the Sen Senate Senate ¬ i iatt
ate att today toda Judge Carpenter now oc occupta occu occuidea
cupta cu one of he city benches heMb hi Chi Chicago Chicaco CMca ¬
cago cagoARMY cacoARl1Y ca ge geARMY
ARMY OF ZELAYAFAILS ZELAYA ZELAYAFAILS ZELAYAFAILS
FAILS TO ADVANCE ADVANCEBLUEFISLDS ADVANCELUEIIELDS ADVANCEBLUEFIKLDS
BLUEFISLDS Dec IS 13There There hasbeets has hasbeen Iaa8btoett
been no further advance upon Blt Blue DlIIefteitIM Bluefields e eileids
fields by the army of President Zeisyawhich Zelaya Zelayawhich Z1yBwhich
which IK b reported to have ha withdrawn withdrawnIn lthdranIn
In large lAr e numbers from rom flame I naa Scouting Scout ScoutIng Se6UtIne
Ing parties have been as a far as a the out outpow outp4NKII outpost
pow > of l Xelayas army but they havenot have havenot haveJIOt
not succeeded In determining the thestrength thelreDlrth thestrength
strength > > of the government force forceBtueneMs forceBtueAek1s forceBluefelda
BtueneMs has recovered measurably measurablyfrom murablyflOm
from hr scare r4l of Saturday chiefly due dueto dueto dueto
to the th arrival here of General Cba Cbamorro Cbamorro Chamorro
morro with MO so soldier oldie Mien who temporarily temporarilyabandoned temporarilylMtndond temporarilyabandoned
abandoned the de xi ge of Greytown Greytownwhere Grey town townwhere townwhere
where General Toledo one of Xelayaa Zelsysschief Xelayaachief ZelayaehleC
chief aids wan hemmed in inChamorro InCtuunorro InChamorro
Chamorro considered the defense deten e ofthis of ofthte orI
this lh city elt which IK h the headquarters ofthe of ofthe orthe
I the revolution of more importance than thanthe thutthe thanthe
the capture of the small 11 force under underToledo UH UHToledo underToledo < <
Toledo lie believes too that the con conditions condit conditbeae ¬
ditions dit around Greytown Grey town will UI prevent preventthe prevfntthe preventthe
the Government troops there from es socaping escaping NocapIR ¬
caping capingNo capIRNo
No American marines have ha yet et been beenlanded bee beelaMed beenlanded
landed here though tho the cruiser Des DCSMotms DesJilobK DesMolpes
Motms Is lying on oil this lh olty Ily Unless Unlessthe Un Unthe Unlessthe
the situation altuatl n becomes much more ON ONIt acute acuteIt
It is net expected t c WCtd tcd that any aayWifl marines marineswill matineewill
will b bit brought brou ftt ashore
ZELAYA PICTURED PICTUREDAS
AS ARCH CRIMINAL CRI111LSenator CRIMINALWITHCUT CRIMINALPEER
WITHCUT A PEER PEERSenator PEERenator
Senator enator Rayner Urges That Thatj ThRtHe
M t j He Be Brought to Justice JusticeFor Justicei
i I tI For th the Murders MurdersWOULD MurdersI MurderslW
I
lW > WOULD ULD 1 LD PREVENT PREVENTINTENDED PREVENT PREVENTINTENDED PREVENTINTENDED
INTENDED FLIGHT FLIGHTDeclaration PLIGHTD FLIGHTDeclaration
Declaration D claration of War Upon Up n Nica Nicaraguajs Nf Nfragu NitraguaIs
raguajs ragu Is Deemed Unnecessary Un Unnecessary Unnecessary ¬
necessary necessaryDeclaring necessaryI necessaryDeclaring
I Declaring Decla Declaring Declaringthat ni that he had h d no nod doubt doubtthe doubtthe ubt ubtthe
the President and nd the Secretary of ofState ofState ofState
State would persist in having tfcfl tfcflgreat t 1f 1fgreat 9 9great
great great crime of President Zelayi Zelayiagainst z Zela la laagainst 1 1against
against American citizens iavesti iavtestigated iavestigated investigated
gated and the arch criminal brought broughtto
to justice Senator Rayner of Mary Maryland Maryland Mar Marland
land addressed the Senate today hi hia illa ir ira
a fiery speech in support of his res resolution resolution resolution ¬
olution giving vjng the President all allneeded allneeded aUneeded
needed authority for the apprehen apprehension apprehensian apprehenlion ¬
lion of Zelaya and for brfngingrhlrn brfngingrhlrnto brj ngrhim ngrhimto
to trial trialZELAYA trialZELAYA trialZELAYA
ZELAYA ROUNDLY ROUIU > LY SCORED SCOREDI SCOREDSenator SCOREDSenator
I Senator Ryaner denounced den unoed thecrime the thecrime thecrime
crime of the th murder murder of orCannon Cannon and andi andGroce andGroce
i Groce in the most severe terms He Heiscored HeSored Hescored
scored Z Zelaya l In language of almost almostunparalleled almostunparalleled mo5t mo5tunparalleled
unparalleled bitterness bitternessNo
No civilized country upon the theglobe theglobe
globe said Senator Rayner would wouldmaintain wouldmaintain wouldmaintain
maintain silence in the th face of such suchan suchan suchan
an outrage and it will do no injury
as this resolution re olution contemplates to togive tpgive togive
give the President all the authority authori6that authori authorihlLt authoritythat
that may be necessary Tor him io ioproceed toproceed to toproceed
proceed in the premises premisesBelligerency premi premisesBelligerency es esBelligerency
Belligerency Not Involved InvolvedThe InvolvedThe InvolvedThe >
The question of the recognition ofth ofthrevolutionists otr the thoratlonbU theJ thereyohttionlsta
revolutionists as a bolHsarents boUIiere t is I 9her there therelore 6erf 6erftOre J e eSbre
lore not Involved Jn l1ad in this thlsriSOtutMtn rKotuti restihttlen httlen n no notikskTOcognltlMi not nottMkNCO nostheirecognttin
tikskTOcognltlMi tMkNCO as S a d de fact govern governmem gov governmust rn
must In toe event of + successful successfuln
t n of the revolution revolutionSenator rcwolutlon rcwolutlonSenator
Senator Rayn Rainer r saM sr bin 11 resolution resolutionwas r resotut4rrwas 801utir
was was not offered o < < ered a as a deekuisition of war warOft waras
Oft Nicaragua N Bit a great crime had hartbeen hadbeen hall1tft
been eommlttBd against a lnst American citi citizenship eltlHM citizeaship ¬
zenship HM ip which could not ot be allowed toslumber to toshtmber toslumber
slumber Tie T1 e guilt lIt rested not on th thpeople the thepeople thepeople
people of O Nicaragua but the dictator dictatorof dicta tO > l lor
of Nicaragua NIeara 131 Oils resolution is di directed d du durested ¬
rected against apID t him individually de declared dodared ¬
1
dared Mr Rayner RaynerSenator
Senator Rayner entemd late a an ex exhaustive fXhaUfttive exhaustive ¬
haustive argument to shew shy that tb t Cannon Can Cannon c cnon ¬
non and Gc Grace ce weae not guilty ilty of trea Ueason treason tr trson ¬
son and were not spies s and that tnerwere tHy tHyw8Ie
were entitled to protection as prisoners priseaarsof
of war and had been murdered in de defiance dellance sicfiance ¬
fiance of lawSpeaking law lawSpeaking la laSpeakllWt
Speaking out strongly stroD ty forihe for rise speedj4 sPMtlri speediapprehension speedj4apprehension
i apprehension and punishment of Presi President Prn President 4 ¬
dent Zelaya Coaster Raynor 4d 4dPublic a4 d dPublic i iPublic
Public and Private Infamy Charged ChargedThis ChargedThis arged argedThM
This desperado Is 1 everything that tire
Secretary of State says about nun hint and ad w wgreat IIiIgreat augreat
great deal more If 1 the country covatryknew covatryknewwbat knew knewwhat knewwhat
what is known In official circle in ref reference reference reference ¬
erence to his general depravity it wottkl wottklregard vOtddregal4 woekiregard
regard the Secretarys communfcatioa asexceedingly as asexceedingly asexceedingly
exceedingly temperate te rat as Iii it shows abowsIta upe upeit A Aa
it lea a face the restraint under IiJ r which h hwas tier Iaeau tierwas
was au laboring laborin in dealing with such as ascharacter wcharacter ILlbaracer
character I have watched for forthe year yearthe years yearsthe
the revolutionary history of Central Am America Amcries JD JDf ¬
erica f < r1 and am famlAar tamllar with the tbeoC career careerof careerof
of a great many of the Impostors and andusurpers aadaurpers andusurpers
usurpers and ad the grotesque and motley motleyleaders MOue MOueleaden motleyleaders
leaders that have sprung 8j IURg from their dI dIoUc elms elmsotic eha ehaotic
otic institution but Zelaya is probablythe probably probablythe pIO tIIWy
the most despicable figure that has as War evararisen averarisen
arisen en in their midst midstSenator midstSenator
Senator Rayner declared Zelaya Z au aunot was wasnot 8 8not
not simply a highwayman a tyrant a ausurper aeyurper
usurper > or a professional nroteaJ onal anssesln butnll but butail
ail 11 of these things tbl combined combinedIn
In th school of corruption dishonor dishonorperndy dishonorperfidy
perfidy and crime he stands without withoutpeer a apeer a apeer
peer and exhibits in one glow of asso aesoelated associated ¬
elated harmony baJ ny the pride of every model modelund modeland
und the < perfection uerr IOR of every master masterhave I Ihave
have been t eeft Informed upon the meat JIIeI t re reliable reliable reliable ¬
liable authority that the vices of orprivate o kin fcitfprivate kinprivate
private life are more Infamous to their tfceirindescribable UMtrIncleeeribable theirIndescribable
indescribable detain df < talla than the Iniquities Iniquitiesof I IoC
of his hi public career Such a creature creatureas
as this deserves the execration of orkind man mankind mankind ¬
kind
Punishment PUI1 811moRt of Crime Urged UrgedA Urgedsreat
A great crime has h been committed committedhe coJIIittM
he Mild against the rights t of American Americancitiaenship AJIMrleanelt Americancitizenship
citizenship elt hlp which cannot be allowed to toslumber t tJlJJwnber toslumber
slumber The < guilt does not rest u tWit U7mthf tWitthe n nthe
the people of Nicaragua I and therefore thereforeto
to punish them tbf < m would ouJd not subserve the thepurpose tMpurpotle thepurpose
purpose of my resolution This ThI resolu resolution 18801uUon rseolution ¬
tion Is directed against agaJn t the dictator oC oCNicaragua or1canL ofNicaragua
Nicaragua 1canL < < Ua individually and I want it itentirely Itntlrely Itentirely
entirely separated from any proposed proposed1steps 1MOIIHdIasteps proposedsteps
steps we Yo may take in reference to our ourinterference ourtntertrene4t out outInterference
interference in Nicaragua NicaraguaRayner NIcaI11 NIcaI11RaYM NicaraguaRayner
Rayner RaYM said that Cannon and ad Grace Grocethe GrQeethe Gracethe
the two Americans shot not to death by byKelayas byZelayae ty tyYILs
Kelayas YILs order fought with the revo revolutionists reyolutlonlata revolutionists ¬
lutionists They The were Aer simply mpIJl when whencaptured whencaptured whencaptured
captured prisoners of war he declared declaredand dedarw1and
and the universal law of civilised na Batton asthose nations ¬
those now DO forbids the killing kD tg or wound wouwfting WOUIII WOUIIIla woundlag
lag la of prisoners of war warHe whir whirHe 0 0He
He asserted u rted that the question whether whetherthe whetherthe tr trthe
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