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2 THE WASHINGTON TOIES TIfCIcn TETTRSTUY THTTI nAY y FEBRUARY 17 1010 1
TELEPHONE ELEPHlEiee ELEPHlEieeSUIT MERGER MERGERSUIT MERGERSUIT
SUIT IS HALTED HALTEDMinority HALTED1linority HALTEDStockholders
Minority Minoritydare Stockholders De Declare Declare ¬
clare dare They Can Now NowProve N9V N9VProve NowProve
Prove Case CaseATTORNEY CaseATTORNEY CaseATTORNEY
ATTORNEY GENERAL GENERALMAY GENERALMAY GENERALMAY
MAY BE CONSULTED CONSULTEDi CONSULTEDBequest CONSULTEDRequest CONSULTEDRequest i
Request to Wtefcersham to Institute InstituteProx l InstituteProceed4o stituieProceedia
Prox Proceedia edtags Is Now NowExpected NowE NowExpected
Expected ExpectedVEVV E pec ed edE
VEVV 1 E V YORK YORK Feb PM 17 14A A request tnat tnatth 1Iaaft tisatt
t th Attorney General of the United UnitedBtats UlllteclEtltrs Unitedt
Btats > t ti s institute I proceedings jNlI f against tile tneAmerican tileAn theA
American An A trICl TdennoMe Tde kJI1JR o e and IIIIIdCompacy Telegraph TelegranhCompany TelegraphCcmpary
Company on the arwwd rouud s f alleged eci oo ooSr oon oonsr 001ISI
sr racy ra in restraint of trade wfi n prh prhhTv pr prtMv > h ht
tMv t hTv 1 follow the suit started in Cleve Cleveland CleveJa1d Cleveland ¬
land Ohio by byMlltority minority stockholders of ofUiicne oCt oftt
t r t tnit nited S Stotts te and CuyahoSa Tel TeleD
Uiicne 11 = ne Companies CompaniesTese COWPattieaiese eS eSTf5e
Tese stock stockilOWers > ioid rs sued to prevent the thetTii thetr thetznfey
tznfey tr tTii fpr rf > r of tie control of these prop properties propltis properties ¬
erties to J P I Morgan Ker Jb Co on the there thegTound theground
ground that tM Morgan A Arai was buy buyrF buyr
r re g them for the American Telephone Telephoneai
ai ar1 T Telegraph TelegraphTh4 TE Telegraphi > Igraph Igraphrrl
Th4 i rrl a taking of deposition IIBl 1 At a m the suit suit3s puttres
925 res 3s stopped in m New e York today the theittTTi theattTI theatt
att ittTTi rn vg for the minority It stockholdersdclarfnc stockholders ctodthoidetado oddlCende
dclarfnc de arfng r1n they have obtained o sufficient tnHrlcieatt sufficienttestimony
testimony t tc tjrnony to prove their case In lant courtT court courtThe
The T e case Ca wtti probably T be resumed in inthe Mthe hitte
the Cleveland courts within a snort snorttJTlf Morttlnp shortt1
t1 tJTlf tJTlfIt tlnpIt ic icIt
It Is known that tile attorneys attorJHoyof general generalof
of Missouri and Ohio have been paying payingFticular payingp
Fticular p tlcular attention to the depositions depositionstaspn depositlollsU depositionstaken
taken U kpn in New X York and the belief was wasexpressed wasuPressed wasxnressed
expressed today by the attorneys for fortfc forminority forti
tfc minority stockholders that if their theirsut theirSl theirs
sut Sl s > f is successful ouster o suits will be beInstituted M1Itituted beir
Instituted ir t i tuted against the American Tde Tdephine Telex Tdej
j phine x one Ie and t nd Telegraph hI companies in both
21 ssouri and Ohio OhioU OhioII OhioIf
U the att attorneys for the minorityetc minority minoritystockholders miaodtTstockholders
etc stockholders ckhoiders prove their contention that thatthe tIIatft thattie
the ft Morgan purchase ase was for the ac acCount ae aero ¬
Count ro unt cn t of the American ADIeI1caIaeoy Company Companydeclare they 1MIdHlart theydtciare
declare > they win have shown j jFjTrary a aEVrary oos oosrpraey
FjTrary In restraint of trade and aadt on onts onti
ts t a s showing h wing will ask tb Ute Feneral Gv Gveinnient G GErnutnt GovcInnient
einnient to act actfn actn acttn
fn n the witness wl stand 1JIa Man President V YAM Vallali YAMaru tt ttar
ar aru u Vice President Hall of the tJteU Ameri American Amercar ¬
can U Telephone Tde oae and Tek Telegraph > zaph Company Companyd Compauydnfd
d dnfd < nf n led > d positively that pe ne he Morgan Arm Armwa AnaW
W wa acting < for them They declared declaredtrT 4IecIaredt
trT t r c had intended Int to buy the indepen independents 1DcIepnadn Indepeadtns ¬
dents dn g but when they found this wen wenbr weud weudbt weudbt
bt illegal ° they allowed R R L Day DayCo a ac sitC
c C Co to sril s ± lI the stock They declared declaredM dedaredgan declaredran
M san did not act for them themt1 Insisting Insistingtl hteistin31Pev
tl 1Pev ey p > did not even know who had bought boughtt boughstock
t stock until they learned through the thent tbent thent
nt papers They declared cko larfd their theirCOO
5 < COO n0 had been returned and they theyhad th4 th4had theyhad
had no further interest in the matter matterWE matterWHITE matterH1TE
WE H1TE PLAGUE COST COSTmm COSTREAGHESMILLIONS COSTREACHESMILLIONS
mm REAGHESMILLIONS REAGHESMILLIONSTuberculosis mm mmTuberculosis
Tuberculosis Declared to toClaim toClaim toClaim
Claim 6400 Children ChildrenEvery ChildrenEvery ChildrenEve
Every Eve Year YearYORK YearFW
FW YORK Feb hb l7That l7ThatKS 17TllatISchf1 i4N i4Naci
ISchf1 aci t Chw between Ute ages e8 Gf 1IYe 1IYeand 8reand
and eighteen die every year or tuber t1lberet tubercr
et KS a s which bi a might t have la ve been pre prevt prevc prevc
vc nr 1 1 4 i I is the statement issued today by bytb ytb bytit
tb Xt National a t Tonal Association AM for the Study Studyar
ar i I revcotSon Prevent1 of Tuberculosis TuberculosisKs Tu TuEs
Ks E imating that each child has had hada an ana ana
a e nge 1 ge of six years te school = booI the alr alrg agg g go
g g iTP > tP o loss to the country ffc wasted wastedti
e Il ti i ion on a Ii eatenbUed to he ItIt Ii 115T a aT ar arar
rar T r rs rS
se s than sfac per cent of the coon coontv eount
tv t < = school ooI children the statement statementa teet teetn
a < receive r ve instruction 4n the preven preventit preveatj
tj tit t of tuberculosis tuberculosisIr
Ir Michigan Massachusetts etts g North KorthCc KtIaC0La NorthC
Cc C0La C f1 ola a Missouri I and Pt Porto > rto Rico laws lawsluivt Ia Iahe lawsIiar
he luivt t heen passed reerahtes nqJir that htstr mstme mstmetlon astraetrJ nc ncttoa
tlon trJ on H the r tventsoao invention enUoD of tuberculosis ia be beien egi befit
gi ien ton in an public schools schoolsBAGLIN s sBAGLIN i iBAGLIN
BAGLIN AWARDED AWARDEDREA AWARDEDHEAVY j jHEAVY
HEAVY REA VY DAMAGES DAMAGESSecretary DAMAGESSecretary DAMAGESSecretary
Secretary of Heiaze Wins Suit
Against Southern Surety SuretyCompany SuretyCompaay SuretyCompany
Company CompaayFortybe CompanyTonyfive CompanyFortyfive
Fortyfive thousand dollars damaaiswere damages damageswerp damaJlSeTP
were eTP today awarded George Baxiin sagilnrcretary BaxiinSecretary Uft Uftwcrtary
Secretary to f Auguytus A 1IS Hemze H the theCOrllir Ybecorp thecopper
copper corp r km king against the Southern Soul Sur Suretv Surt Suret
etv et t Company CompanyThe CompanyThe CompanyThe
The verdict was returned hy direction directionof
of Chief Justice Iuti Clabangh 1 in CinuitCrrrtNo Cinuit CirruitC CinuitCrrt
C Crrt CrrrtNo < irt Xo 2 The Southern Sout Surety Com Company Comt Comva ¬
pany t va ny is the company cn pan pony which guaranteed guaranteedthe raRt I Ithp
the return re rn of certain D bend > loamd to toGnrrrt toGnTtt toGarret
Gnrrrt B Undgmisr I Tn I directing dlrer1ba UK UKvrMict tJMtl thet
t vrMict rr tl iiet the t1t < tnt declared cIeda the defense defensehf 4efftllenonld defenserhnnid
nonld hf ild have been taken before bet an anequity anf aneaairy
equity f < and not a law courtThc court courtTlif
Thc 110 Southern Surety Company an anthm all alltiriroating antripating
tiriroating 1heventict the verdict would ould go a ainst ainsttl in1
thm tl m through Attorneys AttOl1J s Stuart > Ic IcXamara c cNamara
Xamara amara R It S Huidekoper Hui HuiDaTln and J JDarlington J JParllnirton
Darlington DaTln oa a few days ago filed a bill billin billin billin
in Hiiity f to enjoin Bagiin Bag in from eaeeiing exe exeCHting
CHting 1 nr any possible po verdict JnstiheF Justice JusticeTHinard It1st It1stI
THinard I hard issued IItU arule a rule requiring Kagiin Kagiinto
to > how cau ca cause r tomorrow why hy he should shouldnor houldV II
nor 1 V t be prohibited front tr a oUectiag collectm log the theTUBERCULAR dier
r ri r < ict ictTUBERCULAR
TUBERCULAR CATTLE L KILLED KILLEDHESTER KILLEDHESTSR
I Ilol
HESTER 3 ° ° a Feb T 17 Eighteen Eighteenlfi EighteenI
lfi I i of cattle cattlec ere killed kiIIedtll ap John P PCr
j
Cr Crzrs zer s Meek farm at BntOkhaYfta un unpei dJI dJIH
pei c H r the t be direction Uoa of the Stat State VeterinaryatthoritIesn veterinary veterinaryathorittea veter1aaryat
athorittea at atthoritIesn orit as the rerwl of f the appear appearT
IT T of several lIIY ral cases of tnnercnloms tnnercnlomsa ta1woreu ta1woreuth tabircnloeethe
a the th aniandwlth saitanic ni andwithtbe 2Ddwith the object objectVew o Ject Jectlr
lr 0 Ttift a o5 + rend of tie tt dic iPeIe se object The c cs 1 1s
s eltered r cattle were valued at sl = eds edsNew
1 1I
New Tbcwf k Puter Car Carhro Cara
a hnwtlh I hro i7h yarler > ari rIer r car line has been beenished beene I If
f > ished i daily d4 y Sundays excepted PXtlpt > be beWa M het I
1 I VaPbiaJrron Wa hinrro < i and OM Point via viar viacon 13 13fn
> r con fn Southern 801t Raiway Ra iway ia Kirh Kirhjtpeake ieh ieha i iIT
IT r nd x1 Cq C jtpeake e Jk Ole M bD1Ifay HUil HUilTraves y yWa I Inrf
Wa nrf rv 3eavra es dra = amlCteR UG UGF 11JJ
F J Aril es OW Pie S P tr icier icierf Neri NeriI
f V I f y t t = R 1 Ptw I IW
W j Ifr Traves l aw aaof5 Norfolk S ak k via viarvn viaw i iit
it w n 1 rvn 1 95 aTm Ar 1 1ID r rI
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MBS CONSENT GONSESTTO 1 1TO
TO FACE F AGE G GAdams CHARGE CHARGEAdams CHARGECONSENT
Adams Case Suspects Su pects Waive WaiveExtradition WaiveExtradition VaiveExtraqition
Extradition to New Jersey JerseyAfter JerseyAfter JerseyAfter I
After Sweating SweatingCmtimed S1veatingfrOM SweatingContinued
Continued from First J1tntt Page PaceS Paceher Pageber PapMr
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her near her home that at being the die1M mat matbe Iaathe
be saw or heard of her until he was warsarrested wasarrested WMIUnI
arrested here last night while It1e in I bad badwith 1tedhis bedwhit
with his brother brotherArrangements btotlterAnaagements brotherements
Arrangements ements have been beellJiIN made e to teke teketne take ltssltethe
the prisoners roners to Richmond tomorrowand tomorrow tomorrowand tomotTOWad I
and heave leave there at noon for Atlantic AtlanticCity AtlaDticCity AtlanticCity
City Via Philadelphia PbUadetp PhilitdetpaiaThe 1a 1aThe x
The brothers say that they MA not notflee notftee notflee
flee secretly ecretl from Atlantic City Cit but butthat buttIIat butthat
that they formerly fon lived ia Chesterfield Chesterfield0aty Chesterfieldty ChesterileldeAunty
0aty ty and cam here for work During Dur During Durm ¬
ing the SpanishAmerican SJ3DI bAmertcaJa war ar William WilliamSeyler WilliamSeyler 11I1 11I1Seylfto
Seyler was employed at the PetersburgIron Petersburg PetersburgIron P terburgI
Iron I Works The brothers brol enl came here hereFebruary hereFdwuary hereFebruary
February i i Both were wer employed at the thePetersburg thePet thePetersburg
Petersburg Pet Excelsior Works WorksAT1 W WorksATLANTIC < 1ta 1taATLA
AT1 ATLA ATLANTIC > AXTIC rIC CITY N J Feb 17 17Chief 17Chief 17Chief
Chief of Detectives Whalen stated to today today ¬ I Iday
day there wat < no doubt of the identity identityof
of the Seyler brothers held in Peters Petersburp PetelSbur Petersburg
burp bur Va in n connection with 1th UK death deathof deathor deathof
of Jane aae Adams Following their disap disappearance disappearance l appearance ¬
pearance he was as notified that they t had hadgone Ad0De hadgone
gone 0De to Petersburg where they theyfermerly theyfermerlyIhed formerly formerlylived formerlylived
lived and he at once had then placed placedunder piacydunder 6d 6dundM
under surveillance but the detectives detectiveswere de detectideswere ti e ewere
were told not to arrest them unless finlessthey unlessthey s sthey
they tr trjed ed to skip town This action was wastaken wastakeR wastaken
taken so that a number of loose threads tLreadsin
in the evidence against the brothers brothersmightbe roUtersmilrhtbe brothersmightbe
mightbe caught ca ht up upTne upThe upThe
The police insisttoday in8 ody that they have havea
a perfect case against n the pair although althoughtkjErtr althoughtttelr althoughtheir
tkjErtr relatives claim they will be able ableto abkto ableto
to snow an impregnable Impr alibi her thorn thornwhen thomwhen themwhen
when they are placed on trial trialBecause trialBeeaQle trialBecause
Because of the assertions as by the police policethat poUcettlat policethbt
that they have a good ood CUP MI there is isconsiderable Isble Isronaiderable
considerable ble feeling against inet the broth brothers brOthen brothers ¬
ers especially since JlCe the police declare declarethe declarethe declarethe
the girl rl was as first chloroformed then thenassaulted theR8l8aulted the theassaulted
assaulted and beaten to death deathThe I IThe IThe
The result r lt of the autopsy however howeverhaf howeverJl
haf tsl not Jl t been made known by the cor coroner erotter coroner ¬
oner and nd probably will not he until the thegrand theDd thegrand
grand Dd Jury parses pai upon the case caseiAFT caseGRAFT caseGRAFT
GRAFT iAFT INQUIRIES INPECREDITED INQUIRIESCREDITED INQUIRIESCREDITEDTO
CREDITED CREDITEDTO TO TAFT TAFTPresident TAFTPresident TAFTPresident
President Insures Complete CompleteInvestigation CompleteInvestigation CompleteInvestigation
i
Investigation In Ohio Ohioand Ohioand j jand
and New York YorkContinued I fCooUnuecl
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Continued from First Pagetwo Page Pagetwo P
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two the leaders have come out with published pub ptibItehed publIMed
lIMed interviews exprecsinr x their de determtaatioft deterAdaatioll determination
termination to run te die Albany probe to tothe tothe I
the bottom of the t trouble Timothy TiMot y L LWoodruff LWoodru LWoodruff
Woodruff < UK State chairman is out outthis outthis
this morning morn with such a statement statementHut ptatellleDtHut I I
Hut Mr Taft will not be satfaeftd with withthe wtththe withthe
the empty show s ow of investigation and andperfunctory aMJWrlunctory andperfunctory
perfunctory action He H has already alreadymade alreadymade
made n1 1fff this dear and the Ohioans and andXeiv ande andNess I I
Ness e Yorkers have taken taJr hold m th t 4irstates theirStates r rStates
States with the thepurpo purpose e of seeing eeIa the thethin thething
thing thin through no matter whom 110M it ithurts ithurts ithurts I
hurts hurtsIn hurtsIn hurtsIn
In the two States the Republican RepublicanHse Republ Republicanparty D Dparty
party i In worse 8haJM than anywhere anrbereriPe
riPe save possibly Indiana and it is the thePresidents thePrefddftlt thePresidents
Presidents advice to the State leaders leadersthat leadersthat s sthat
that they get et together in the effort to torebuild torebuild torebuild
rebuild the falling sfucture structurof of organi organization o i iAtion
zation make it clean d n and above organ board boardand boaroiand boa boaand
and put it into such h condition that it itwill itwill itwill
will command th t4 support of the voters votersat otersat j jIteves
at tm polls Unless this this is done he M M1tetS be beboyce
Iteves that th there re will m be rough rou sledding sleddingahead sl4dfti sl4dftiahead sleddingahead
ahead next fall fallKIMBALL fa fallKIMBALL II IIKJ
KIMBALL KJ HASTENING HASTENINGTO
TO AVOID BLIZZARD BLIZZARDPolice
P Police Mke < Court Judge Leaves To Tomorrow Tom Tomi ¬
morrow m mi crow Soy Trip to toBermudas toBemmdas toBemludfls
Bermudas BermudasTo
To avoid an a approaching chlag storm Judge JudgeKimbalt JudgeKImbaM
I
Kimbalt will 01 leave Washington Washia tomor tomorboat tOMOrrew tomorrow
row afternoon Oll at S oriock for New York Yorkthe
1 the j stage of his vacatloa tloll trip His HisbOILt Hisboat
boat does d not sailuntn sail uattt Saturday but butthe butthe butthe
the judge does not want ant to run the risk rtekot riskol1M riskof
ot ol1M betac held up by a bihaard bihaardVe bliurdw bliaaardtVe
w tVe Ve nave nave to be oa the steamer Avon Avonof AVeR8If Avonof
of the Royal Mail Packet line by b bdcloclt 91 91oclock I Ioclock
oclock Saturday morning AU during duringship thlrtDJtrip duringthe
the trip the passengers ers will live 011 the thetIIIip theship
ship which wh stops loop enough h to allow allowthe allowthe allowthe
the tourists tours to make ride trips said saidthe MkIthe saidthe
the judge e today todayTomorrow toda todaTfMnorrow todayTomorrow
Tomorrow may be Judge 1u gp Kiraballs KImbaarslast Kiraballslast Kj tbJI tbJIJaet
last day as a = Po judge j e of the Police CourtHe Court CourtHe Courf
He f will n be gone thirty days and before beforehis beforehis beforehis
his return 9 succ successor 1I sor is expected ex td to be beappointed beAPPOint beappointed
appointed APPOint eft Judge Jud e Mullowny will preside presideat
at both sessions ttionC of the th court < on Satur Saturday Saturda Saturday ¬
da day and Monday fn 1day Judge Iud e Olcomh of the theMunicipal theWu theMunicipal
Municipal Wu ipa1 Court will take Judg Kimballs Kim Kimballs Kimball
balls ball place I
URGES ADOPTION ADOPTIONOF
OF UNIVERSALt FLAG FLAGRepresentative FLAGRepresent FLAGRepresentative
Representative Represent tive Overton Will Pre Present Present Present ¬
sent His Views to the thePresident thePresident thePresident
President PresidentTo
To urge the adoption of 8 a ttnivoecal ttnivoecalChristian tlfth tlfthChri aafvetttlChristian
Christian Chri daa flag similar M to that that new N w in inuse ht htuse hiuse
use by many churches in oM the N North Northwas rth rthwas zt
was the object of the visit to tile tneWhit tileWllti theWjitt
Whit Wllti House e today by Charles C COverton C COvertOR COverton
Overton of Coney Island N Y It Itwas Itwas Itwas
was B4 > t t convenient for the President Presidentto
to see Mr YrOyorton Overton this morning mor tng and andan aDdall andan
an engagement was madefor tJHldo tor tomor tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
row In the he meantime Mr Overtonwill Overton Overtonwill OVHtOIiwill
will unfold his scheme to Secretaries SecretariesMeyer SeeretArleMeyer SecretariesMeyer
Meyer and Dickinson of the Navy Navyand Navyand aTJ aTJJHI
and War Departments respectively respectivelyIt r
It Is Mr tr r Overtons plan to have a awhite awhite awhite
white na kg of the same shape as the theStars theSa theors
Sa Stars ors and and Stripes Stri es with a blue field fieldla fieldIII fieldis
is la the t center e nt r and aa a red cross in its itscenter Itacenter Itscenter
center He wants it used in the army armysnd ann annsnd arneyand
snd navy JUlVYHOUSE navyHOUSE
HOUSE KILLS BILL BILLMany BILLTD BILLTO
TD WIDEN LDEN STREETS STREETSMany
Man Many District Measures Are ArePassed ArePassed ArePassed
Passed By y Lower LowerHouse LowerI LowerHouse
House HouseBy
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r
By a vo4e of ftftyflve to nftyfovr nftyfovrthe ttyt ttytthe
the House H this afternoon af n turned down downthe downUte downthe
the iiI rcportdd le repo ted by the House H v thatrtct thatrtctCotnwrtte DtsrlctComadtt IjfetrictCotimtittee
Cotnwrtte for the widening of Sixteenth Sixteenthstraet SixteenthMret Sixteenthstreet
street JtOItb ortbweL at Piney Branch BranchThe BranchThe BranchThe
The House H In in Committee of the theWhole theWhole theWhole
Whole to consider coa der District Dl trfct bills billspassed bill billNI88ed ills illspassed
passed eight of them without opftosi opftosition OPfoO oppoattlon l ltlol1
tion When hen the bill authorizing authorize + g the thewidening theIl thewidening
widening Il eftl of Sixteenth street street streread wasread was wasread
read Representative Re Relreientattve tati e Ben Johnson John on of ofKentucky ofKeatueky ofKeatncky
Kentucky a n ember of the th House HouseDistrict Hou HouseDistrict e eI
District Committee took the door 8oorlld 8oorlldobjectecl and andobjected uidobjected
objected to the passage of the bill billupon billupon billupon
upon the ground that it involved a auseless aleIIS auaeles
useless leIIS and worthless s expenditure expenditureHe
He said the measure BIe authorised aut rizetl the theappropriation UteaptKoprttton theappropriation
appropriation of money fr fr < Gin 5 therevenues the therevenues UtereyeRUM
revenues revenues of the District 1i trtet of Columbia Columbiaand Columbiaand Ia IaamI
and the Treasury for the purpose of ofbuying orbuyln ofbuying
buying a hole in the ground groundRepresentative groundRepresentative oulHl oulHlR
Representative R pre entatie Wiley WUe replied that the theproperty tINty theproperty
property ty ne nenseary essarj ry for widening the thestreet tiletreet thestreet
street sbxnrfl be purchased urchA8etl to beautify beautifyy beAUtifyHock beautifyItock
Hock Creek PArk Ii for 0 other r8 reasonon tOlLOn
On a yea and nay y vote the bill was w de deftdled defeated
feated ft ftdled teda to A A standing vote o1e was wasthen wastIleR wasthen
then taken t ea with the result that the themeasure themensure
measure MeB was lost by one vote voteIt torteIi Gtew
It was w estimated ted that tb the immediate immediateco lwmediatecoot inamdlateCOIft
co coot t t te tb the District and the FeaeraT FeaeraTGovernment FPdera1cverJPDellt FiderafGovernment
Government K the bill had passed passedwould JIIIUIWIdwould passedwould
would have been from rOftl SlitJIt ISt < to BkM BkMThe Nit NitThe
The House this afternoon p + seetI tl the tbefollowing thefOlloW thefollowing
following fOlloW ift bills hili relating to the District Districtof striet
of 0 Columbia jnd Dd reported repon by 1 t the e > e House HouseEtietrict HoueDl houseDistrict
District Dl trict Committee CommitteeI
1 I R igt tt3t J dir directing oting the Recorder R r of ofDeed ofDeeds
Deed of the M District t of Columbia to 18M tokeep tofce
fce keep I i > au indfx bMI index x to record Lmtrunie Lmtruniewest insrumeitts insrumeittsH ft rvlUed
11 H R b g to eba change tne the tame oL tile tileWetlt thewest
west side of Fifteenth Flft th street northwest nortnwestH 1I northwestbetween t tbetweea
between I and K streets tv IacPberaah IacPberaahranee d IO IOr
r ranee raneeH Itwe ItweH
H R R lr MM6 to authnrtee > certain certainenangen j jcnanges
cnanges enaas m th t the permanent system of ofhighways 0hi ofhighways
highways hi way of the Dfetrlot 1t of OCCwl OCCwlIi oCCo4umbia oCCo4umbiaH C lamMa lamMaH
H Ii R KJ Hm to acquire land ha the thevicmHy thevld thevicinity
vicinity vld of the Connecticut CODlI < tkut avenn avennbridge aY aYtee avenue avenuebridge
bridge for the extenaton Oll oC eeryaa cerifmstreets ceruta cerutastreets eeryaaR
streets streetsof
J R 111I t4t ar autbortae fits tJwof surveyor surveyorof
of the District to adopt A system M Mdesignathxc tJ tJiCJIa stdesignating
designating iCJIa tt land ia the District j JlM now ow W Wfnree m mforce biforce
force in the office Ice of the Assessor ofthe of ofth oCth4
th the Disrict DisrictH DU hisr Jkt JktIL t tIi
H IL R I U W3I a to authorize the extension extensionof ex1 ex1of
of Fortyfirst li ortJ m street northwest northwestH JHJrtb t tI
H R l Iti4 f4 to extend Fourth street streetoutheast < ret retscwtfct re t tac
scwtfct scwtfctH ac outheast outheastH ut htltt htlttH
H R KSL l To amend an an act au authorizing au autbor authorising ¬
thorizing tbor the Washington WaMi ton Spa Springs Springsand SpriassAnd Springsand
and Gretta Railroad Company of Maoland lIIalland Mao Maryland ¬
land to enter the District of Columbia Columbiawith Columhiawith Columbiawith
with amendments approved February FebruaryCONVICTED FebruaryIli
1 Ili 1Mi 1MiCONVICTED RNsCON1CTED
CONVICTED OF MURDER MURDERWORCEt lURDERWORC MURDERWORCESTER
WORCESTER WORCEt TER Mass M Feb 17 l 1 1Raymod Ray Raymond RayJIInitd ¬
mond Ptouffe I Jfre a young you Harvard farm farmhand tamlJlaIMl farmhand
hand has been n convicted of murder lit litthe illt4 inthe
the siecond secoiu degree t4 for ti UuMaJ Hnjr the th death deathef fte1lthOr deathof
ef Dr Henry He ry N Stone a Newburyport Newburyportdenttet Newluryportdentiat = ewhu port porttknlist
denttet When he heard the verrikt t he hecollapsed h hcollapeed hecollapsed
collapsed Judge Jenney sentenced 3eDle himto him htmto himto
to life imprisonment imprisonmentWIFE Imprisoa imprisonmentWIFE tent tentWIFE
WIFE WITNESSES SUICIDE SUICIDEi SUICIDECLCI SUICIDECINCINNATI
i CINCINNATI CLCI ATI Feb 17 l 17Standing Stand Standmg ing i eside e eside e eItde
side his wife over whom his blood bloodsptirted blood8rurted bloodspurted
spurted John B Burke chief clerk of ofth oCClncbmati ofthe
th the Cincinnati Xew Orleans and Texas TexasPaHf Tex TexPa TexxaPa
PaHf Pa itic fic c railroad cut his throat with 1tatrazor a arazor arazor
razor He had b been en suterln sufCermg sufer of nervous nervousprostration DerViMISpr9Stratktft nervouspeostratka
prostration + land probably prob bly will will die dieACROBAT dieACROBAT dieACROBAT
ACROBAT BREAKS NECKNEWARK NECK NECKNEWARK NECKEW
NEWARK EW ARK N J J4 Feb Ft > b 17 17George Georye Ge e Sul StdIy Sully SUlly ¬
ly of New t W Brunswick N J one oneef of Itquartet a aquartet aquartet
quartet of acrobat broke his neck B k dur durIN during ur urinc
inc their tlt > ir hact act at a local theater tm ter He Hefell H Hfell Hefell
fell from a chair on top of a table to thestage the thestage thtItage
stage It was said he h could live but a afew afeW afew
few hmrs
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Mental MentalLaziness MentalLaziness
Lazinessisrif Laziness
is isrif eer nmi > niofe fe > fatal to success in life Hun the physical kind kindAnd kindArid
And Coffee Coffeebyis
byis by its dtHIi dulling aftereffects is a farreaching cause of this and otl other other1mlt r riroub1es
iroub1es 1mlt J f S SThe
The The easw e2Si st way outof out of t the qraze haze is is to ql coffee and d drink drinkr nk
r POSTUMTake
Take pains to make it rightboil it full 15 minutes Qr long Jonger longK
er after after boiling commences then il t devour is fine and aU t1 t e food foodvilue foodvalue
value is brou brought bt out A test will prove provet
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TELLS OF ESCAPE ESCAPEBadez E GAPE GAPEBadez at att t 1 1Badez
Badez Remembers Grabbing GrabbingTimber GrabbingTimber GrabbingTimber
Timber But Nothing NothingMore NothingMore NothingMore
More MorePARIS MorePARJs
PARIS 7 YOM b 17 liHTtII Havtax escaped the tnectatctees theclutches I
clutches e of die aea a and been die onlyof only onlycrew
eC the WI nIIIIID and crew oC oCthe oCUIe ofthe
the General Cnaaajr eM to touch snore ache altveMarcel acheMircet
Marcel Bade sates today found It a II easy essayamtttr easymatter euyu
matter u to outwit a bunch of r rmen newpaper newpapermen iiowonaper iiowonapermen
men who gathered at the railway ra w sin statfcm 1Itatie sintie
tfcm tie to greet him on his arrival from tl1OIRManeIt fromMarseilles fromMarseilles
Marseilles Marseilleswas ManeIt ManeItBa MarseillesBodes
Ba when he M1JHJd that a OI8w41 OI8w41was orewdwas
was awaiting wlt Mm at the station gloom disembarked dtembarked gloombarked ¬ I
barked from tb the off r side of the train trainand trainand trainand
and not on OAt of f the reporters discovered discoveredhis
his ruse until tint U Badez in the company of ofhis oChis ofhis
his grandfather and two cousins had ef effected eCtectfd effected ¬
fected his escape eecaDeLater escapeLater I Ied
Later in the day Hades a rOIlYcheek rOIlYcheeked
ed Mondemustached bIondemWta youth who showed showedno I
no signs lIi of the harrowingexperience barr harrowing experience XJ he hehad hehad hehad
had been n through was found by the re reporters re reportera reporters ¬
porters and andrepeAt repeated the story of his hismiraculous hiskaeu10Ull hisnJraeulons
miraculous escape AM Bade knew of ofhie ofhM ofhis
his escape e was that as the sea was wasabout WIYJabout wasabout
about to engulf the General Chaazy he hegrabbed beabbed hegrabbed
grabbed t ship timber and awoke the thenext theD8Xt thenext
next morning on the ooast of Minorca X a awarm awarm awarm
warm warm sun reviving T1D1t htm htmHe bimHe hbse
He e then wandered to Cludadela where wherelie where1te wherebe
lie Infortt Informedthe tafonred edthe tM French consul of the thewreck thewreek thewreck
wreck Bade beheves es that the ship shipstruck shipstruck
struck on the rocks before the explosion explosionofthe explosbnofthe
ofthe thirty tons of gunpowder wder aboard aboardXcurred aboudtCeUrred aboardeorurred i
Xcurred XcurredThe eorurredThe tCeUrredThe i
The sole eo survivor will leave tonight for forHavre forHavre
Havre to visit his h J motherASSESSORS mother motherr motberASSESSORS
ASSESSORS CLERKS CLERKSPUNCH CLERKSPUNCH
PUNCH TIME r L Pl uL uLDistrict CLOCKS CLOCKSDistrict
District Employes EmPto es Cautioned CautionedNot CautionedNot CautionedNot
Not to Be Late to toWork toWork toWork
Work WorkBy
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By e of i P JtIeiIa Richards lr lrfJC Assessor Aascsaorhas Assessorof
fJC the DIIItrlet tile ue ueIIaa clock spateso spatesohas
has been htttahed fat the Distrnt DiMx t BvOd BvOdte
teEach te 1hIIN1
Each offTtcial and erinioye of the A AjeuBorg J Joftice Aaseseor
jeuBorg s onJoe with UI the exception of Mr MrKichards MrRichards
Kichards tttamself and the Board of efsistNat As Assistant Asilta ¬ I
sistant ilta tat 40sesaors eoeesors is required to o regis regteter register 1 1ter
ter the time of arrival ni An Anof oxamhtaUon oxamhtaUonof
of the record this mornng morn rg showed Ithow l that thatnot tJIatJMIt thatnot
not a single al employe was batetile late lateViUe JateoibOe
tile declinfts de 1Iutg In t to 0 be interviewed on onthe oathe onthe
the subject IAIb n it te understood the innova innovation Innovlttion rnovation ¬
tion does not receive the enthusiastic in indorsement IncJorHtneat indornement ¬
dorsement of the socials and ctortw e m mthe hithe I ItlM
the office of the Assessor A Promptness Promptnesshowever PromptIMMA Promptnesshowever
however to a virtue vtrt highly prized by byMr byXr byMr
Mr Richards as evidenced oed by the following fei feilowing rolknrlng
lowing motto appearing a riDC below the reg register JeItater register ¬
ister isterThese
These who are flv five minutes mtn1 late 1at do 40MOre < domore doalone
more to upset theorder the 0 of the world worNtIaaII worldthan worldthan
than all n the anarchists anarchistsKAISER analTbbiKAISER anarrhIntaKAISER
KAISER SUFFERING SUFFERINGFROM SUFFERINGFRO SUFFERINGFROM
FRO FROM INFLUENZA INFLUENZAEERLJ7
I IEERLJN
EERLJ7 Feb 17 11TtIe The Kaiser te to tooC to toeonftfted today
day eonftfted t his bed with an attack attaeltof attackof
of influenza tnflnenzaThe influenzaThe
ofThe
The palace pala physicians ph ida say that his hiscondition hInMlditlon hiscondition
condition is i not rtt t all serious Mr 9w and that thatwithin thatwithin I Iwithin
within a few f4 > days da he will be out TheKaisers The TheKaisers TheKallKrlI
Kaisers chronic ear r trouble has been beenaggravated beeRJQtnlAt beenaggravatep
aggravated hv v Th the influenza and he Is tenilfering IslUftering Isuttering
uttering great pain i
RED MENS 1E S FRIENDS FRIENDSVISIT FRIENDSVISITHtT1LHOUSE
VISIT VISITHtT1LHOUSE VISITHtT1LHOUSEIndian WHlf 1ITE HOUSE HOUSEIndiaii
Indian Commlsisoners Commsis ners Report Re Report ¬
port po ron on Work WorkDone pone Done InLast In InLast InLast
Last Year YearThe
The Prei4gtt total r ofnemlty ofilciollythe I IOle received receivedthe
the mtmbms of tbS tbeUntted UMted sates a Board Boardat Beardof
at 1 Indian Cemminrtsneni CI I i us whose annual annuali aIbeIq aroalniesaisa
niesaisa i is being heW m ia Washington WashingtonDraper w Washingtonheaded
Ja headed Ity Andrew S Draper Iaperr cosjunw conlsesner cosjunwstoner
stoner r of education of 2 New w York YorkIt YorkIt
It is t twhose the yearly CUIItOM of t this beaR beaRhoee bonedwhose
whose hoee duty it te to look after the gen general general ea eaend ¬
eral welfare of cUte the Indians in America Americato
to ctJKupon ali upon the President and verbally verballyrepot verballyrepott
repot repott t to him what It Tiaa done during duringthe du duthe duringthe
the year and to offer him any sugges suggestions SUUfStlomr suagesthem ¬
them it might JR ht ave have toward improving improvingthe hoprovinttHo
the administration adr lal tratlott of the Indian Bureau Bu Bureau Bureau ¬
reau of the t Interior Department Ac According According c crdlag ¬
cording rdlag to Chairman Draper several severalplans RvtralpIn severalplans
plans that should prove > beneficial to the theIndians theIndians
Indians were oiferedtt offered U the President PresidentFrom Pre8ldenorom PresidentFrom
From the White House the members membersof
of the board went to the Interior Gr Dopartment De Delinger Dep
p partment irtJDeDt to confer with Se Secretary Bal Bailta Balltnger
linger lta and and R Commissioner of Indian Af Affairs Mfairs Affairs ¬
fairs valentineThe Valentine ValentineThe i alea De DeThe
The members of the board wilt con conclude conclude ¬
clude their session OD this iII aftemoom and andwil alNlwil andwit
wil < leave the city tc tcn11ht night The other othermembers OChertDemben othermembers
members of the board are Dr X F TGaies FaUM FGates
Gates of Washington in secretary Albert AlbertK
K Smiley of California William D DWalker DWalker DWalker
Walker bl bishop hop of western New ew York YorkJoseph YorkJ0IIeph YorkJoseph
Joseph Jacobs T of Michigan Arehbisnon ArebbWtopRyan ArehbisnonRyan
Ryan of Philadelphia George Vaux Jr Jrof Jrof
of Philadelphia MichaH 1k Bannta of Xew XewYork XewI
York W > K f i Moorehead elf elfshire of Now X Hamp Hampshire Ham Hamhile ¬
shire Samuel A A Eliot of Boston Bostona Bo BostonBREADLA
BREADLA a LI IEA1IAT HEARING HEARINGAT i
AT DISTRICT OFFICFBakers OFFICE OFFICEBakers
Bakers Protest Against Bill BillDrafted BillDrafted
Drafted By y Sealer Seaterof Sealerof Sealerof
of Weights Weightstew
For ue adr tIMe the proposed UJllIJ UJllIJ18w bread breadlaw
law will he the subject aul jeet e C a public bear bearbag beawissg
bag before the District Commissioners Onuiilnuisnmtomorrow Oem Commissionerstoaerrew I en
tomorrow 1 0 at atOR M a m mthe nLUs
OR this occasion tile r representatives Mtatatnr Mtatatnrtile sf sfthe
the bakers will appear ana ear to protest against againstthe
the bin n drafted hy CM W r HaskeM HaskeMeealer Haskellr Haakeltsealer
sealer r of weights and measurea s which whichThe wIaIcator whichprovides
provides for Ute baking 0 a nt standardloaf I
loaf loafTbt The bakers and committees from the theBoard theBoard 1 1Board
Board of Trade and Chamber of Com Commerce ComWfte Commence ¬
merce were given a fc Fring turtmr rtnc before the theeld theold I
old 01 Board of Commissioners hater Jt the thei thenew I Ine
i new ne board listened to arguments a in fa faof faK
K of the tonsumer < a umer presented t by Dr DrHarvey DrHane DrHarvey
Harvey W Wiley Wile chfc chief f of the Bureau Bureauof
of f Chemistry Before 1 porting 9rt nit n the thebill theWllthe thebill
bill Wllthe the new Commissioners are desirous desirousof
of obtaining < personally lIy the views of the theopponents tJae01fp0nent8 theopponents
opponents of the measure measureGIVEN IfttsueGIVENPROFICIENT measureEN
GIVEN GIVENPROFICIENT GIVENPROFICIENTIN EN PROFICIENT PROFICIENTIN
IN SIGN LANGUAGE LANGUAGEAssistant i iA
Assistant A t District Attorney Ralph RalphGtven RalphGiven I
Given to he a versatile otncbU Besides hU hUother AUbel pisother
other < bel accomplishments he b can use the thedeaf tJwaDd thedeaf
deaf and dumb sign language His ser services errequiftd services ¬
vices were required Was morning whey whrnGeorge whftc wheyGeorge
George c E E Smith a negro was charged chargedwit chargedwith
wit with assault assaultSmith 1IIIlultSmith assaultSmith
Smith wrote his defense for f r Judge JudgeKimlmll J JudgeKimball f fKiml
Kimball but that was unsatisfactory unsatisfactoryand unsati tartor tartorand
and it was found through thro h Mr HhfTI Glihelp < ii m s siHlp
help a that th the fight ht SfriKh had with a afellow
fellow employe empoy was not very s serious erHn erHnand rio
and the fine v vIs < s reduced r uced from 16 10 to I >
A HealthGuarantee to be Found in No Other Water WaterBecause WaterBecause I
Because BecauseIThe Because1The
IThe 1 The ONLY ONLYVater Water put up in In STERILIZED STERILIZEDbottles STERILIZEDbottles STERILIZEDbottles
bottles
2 The ONLY Water WaterDomestic Domestic or Foreign Foreignwhich Foreignwhich b bwhich
which Is is NEVER N VER put in a bottle that t af
has been used beforeThe before beforeThe beforeuThe
uThe The Worlds Best Table Water WaterThis WaterTbis Waterrn
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f TL t tCombination
This S5300 S5300Quartered S5300I 5300Quartered
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Quartered Oak or orMahogany orjahogan orMahogany
Mahogany Finished Finis ed edCOmbltlatton b
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COmbltlatton COmbltlattonBook te 1 1BookCase
Book BookCase ase
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Combination Bookcase like this th s illustration rednced redncedto J weed weedto
to H51 445 for this week Made of fine quartered oak or orpolished i ipollsbed 4 4polished
polished maho ny finish with canopy top toPFrenela beveled beveledFrench beveled beveledFrench
French plate glass mirror bookcase with four foar31be1Ye adJpisaJie adJpisaJieshelve 4j iabln iablnsherres
shelve and bent beatglass ass S8 door doorthe J leade i glaM III the top of ofthe ofthe
the door large desfc e deskboinpatiment k < 9ompart ent with pigt JIiplI plgeodisi onVslta dine Utreemre dinee
4 4barge
barge mre e sw aw8 swell H front drawers dr roundcorner pttlarg claw feettuMI feetbud feet feetluid
bud highly polisned polisMdMayer
Mayer Company M
409 to 417 Seventh St t N W Wc
10 Discount on Accounts c Closed Closedin e in 30 Days
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COOPER FUNERAL FUNERALSERVICES FUNERALSERVICES FUNERALSERVICES
SERVICES TODAY TODAYConfederate TODAYConfederate TODAYConfederate
Confederate Veteran Will Be Laid Laidto Laidto Laidto
to Rest in Congressional CongressionalCemetery CongressionalCemetery i iCemetery
Cemetery CemeteryTIMHI CemeteryShhaeral
Shhaeral TIMHI ml 1 services for James H Cooper Coopera
a Confederate erate veteran of the famous famousStonewall raStOlteWll famoustosewaM
Stonewall Brigade and a paxtfetpastt In 1fterY
i every erY battle in which this brigade 1Ir brigadE was wasI waseaased
W81
eaased wW be htldd tOlllOrTOw morn JROrRInC mornlug
I In InC at U oclock dock at Bines undertak undertaking 1IIM1ertakl nudertaklag ¬
lag establishment etahU ent 171S Fourteenth P street atrsetnorthwest streetJIOItkwest streetnorthwest
northwest The K4V J Howard Wells WeilsI WellsPMor Wellspastor
I pastor of the Mt Vernon M E Church ChurchSouth CilurcbSoutb Churchsouth
South will oaVate o t Interment wilt be bem beIn oe oeIn
m In Congressional Cemetery CemeteryMr
Mr Cooper was born in Newton Vs VsHe VaHe VsHe
He enlisted fft m the Southern army IIIIyat at theoutbreak the theoutbreak theoutbwLk
outbreak of the civil war 8r At the dose doseof eor closeof
of the war be came to Washingfern hIn < 1iDB and andewtaWisbed andeR andestablished
established eR himself as a contractor eo tTaetor tTaetorbutidr and andbuilder sadbedlder
builder His death occurred Tuesday Tuesdayevening dayfeahac Tuesdayevening
evening at his residence 13 141 Kte Elestreet Jt Jttr = Jt Jtstreet
street tr t northwest northwestMr ft lwt t tMr
Mr Cooper is i survived by his wife wifeand AifeDel wifeand
and one daughter Miss Jdi Lillian Cooper CooperS CooperMISSING CooperMISSINIi
MISSING GLARE E GIRL GIRLIS i iIS
IS S FOUND FOBMember IN JERSEY JERSEYMember
Member of Wellknown WellknownWashington WellknovnWashington WellknownWashington
Washington Family on onWay onWay onWay
Way Here HereATLANTIC HereATLANTIC
11 11ATLAXTlC
ATLANTIC CITY X J Feb F 17Williant 17 17Wuna
Wuna i I L Fisher f 17 m erty an effteil effteilIn
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In the Federal AI aer service vlee m is WaMncton WaMnctonwas llillaltOllwas
was arrested in the postofdee f M ee at Abse Absecon ¬ i
con five miles from here olds momtag momtagon wernta werntaJut
on grave charges growing out of th thalleged the thealleged I
alleged abduction of Margaret XtI et Clara Claras Clararneos
vnteen s H 1 Wars nars oM f from rom her home toWaaklttgtoit in inWashington 111Wlllata
Washington toa several l week ago agol
l h iti and the girt rt who be ne aid ald to be bea Ma bea
a mPoOtr mei otr of a prominent Washington V Washingtonfamily Wasnhtgtonfamily OII OIIrnIDy
family were brought here to await re 1eturn re receaat ret
t turn to the Capital in charge eC Ser SerBur1 Sengiesat
ceaat BurthiRame Bur1 of the Wasbhrgtesdetective Washington Washingtondetective W WMeetlve
detective force The man was w taken takenmt tak takcu takeninto
into mt custody cu early today heft as be en entered eatfteII entered ¬
tered the posiojbce II08te lce at Absecon Aaecowarnult on a awarrant awarrant
warrant sworn out by Miss Clares par parent pareIIta paronto ¬
ent onto chagg charjcteg nt hhn with making the girl girla
a veritable white slave in a shabby shabbyaweWag shabbydwelling habbyw
dwelling w on the outskirts of Absecon Abseconafter Abseconafter ecoaafter
after abducting her herf front her home in inWasfchurum inWasIotn in1k
Wasfchurum WasfchurumFteher 1k aihingtonFisher ton
tondenied
Fisher denied the right t of a detective detectivefr df detectivefrom t in intbt
from fr m this city to arerst bhno n the war warrant warraDt warrant ¬
rant sent from Washington He had t ti tbe tbe
i be overpowered wered and handcuff bof r1r r1rIe r ri rhe
i he submitted ted Following his apUirf 4apturrpisher < apUirfFhrfcer aptUTfJI
Fhrfcer was w forced f to lead the H offtlf ofhcto offi offtlftotlIe r rto
to totlIe the house where wh e the girl rl has Ke been n II IIIn liti litis v vntg
ntg In seclusion with UM prisoner al almeth ats i ibht >
his s mother motherThe meth motherThe < J
The house contains cmata but thre thret roojji roojjithe OOJ11the oo n nthe =
the girl ir1 eating and sleeping ng amidreatot amid h httllt
greatest reatot ttllt equator The girl wept pt nn hr hrway ptay herway
way ay to this city In an a automobile aril ariltold ar arc1told < T TtoM
told the detectives tecth that infatuation for forFisher f fFr forFisher <
Fisher had made her an easy ftUI victim t thi tt tthbil this
his hi wOes wttesShe wOesShe wResShe
She was as traced d to Absecon A n within withinweek ithin I Iw a aweek <
week w after h hr r dtsapp dhlappoanl1 amnre front nl hrr hrrh4rne trrIn l rr rrhane
h4rne m WashntMtaa w Nash out several ra month al aland a aand al
and was compel etmI compelato 1euto oto accompany a n in i iparents Ipanntll r rparents
parents back to Washington She ois oisappeared oi oiappeand oiappeared
appeared agaiiC cbovt three week as1 as1and a aand acand
and was found foundt to have acconsnirdFlsers accomoankd accomoankdFishers accomaani1FIllters
Fishers mother to the little house hi hichildren 1
Aboeon AboeonFisher
Fisher Is said to have a wife Ife ar and two hrohildnn twochildren
children living in direst poverty m Phil Phfladlnhla PlaRadrlphla Philadriphia
adlnhla He H Is sulen and made no at attrntp AttffMPf atti
trntp ti tupt to excu excuse > the grave offense offenserharx oft oftrhe offensechargel
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BUTTE M Mont Bt Be Pee tfThe 17 The TtM i sjfeift sjfeifton l jtt
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= S god d suspemnon eC C wOrk w wOrkBy rlt is m are a lbs tnentmea
big mines ntmealy minesBy
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111 engine eagtoeers rs and the Miners M thnra
have hav tore M S 105 men into IIIt IIItIt I IvithlR ldlesese
It 18 regarded u almost t eettaIII that thatvIthhn
vithlR five days the mimlj > msirrd msirrdera 1 1cmd ft ftnf
era nf at Great Falls and Anacond Anacondpioybig ARRClRlIpIoyfB em employ
pioybig ploy g about 4M5 4m men wW wIKto b bto be fsrosd fsrosdto
to ciKpend ciKpendrfi zubpeadThe UfiPeIHLTIt
TIt trouble is De purely of oftfl1 oftt
tfl1 tt n between the ei enstlII inesers and the utila utilat I
r rfi t b > unions the former desiring to toaway MIlt MIltaay
away from the Western F Ftrying dea deatrykb and andtr
tr trying g to clB c tnpel > the cpmj cpmjtheni n raise raiseSteel
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