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THE TVASHIXGTOX TIMES TUESDAY Y MARCH 29 1910 3
ANTIROOSEVEL ANTIROOSEVELTPARADE T TPARAOE
PARADE AT CAIRO CAIRONationalists CAIRONationalists
Nationalists Make Demon Demonstration Demonstrati Demonn ¬
stration strati ri in Resentment ResentmentAgainst ResentmentAgainst ResentmentAgainst
Against Speech SpeechNEWSPAPERS SpeechNEWSPAPERS
NEWSPAPERS REPLY REPLYTO REPLYTO
TO DARING ADDRESS ADDRESSRadical ADDRESSRadical ADDRESSRadical
Radical Publication Declares For Former Former Former ¬
mer President Has Joined the theCause theCause theCause
Cause of Egypts Oppressors OppressorsCAIRO OppressorsI OppressorsCAIRO
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CAIRO Egypt E It March SSeveral SSeveralthousand tISeeralthouand Several Severalthousand
thousand Nationalists or Constitution ConstitutionaliBts Constitutionalists Constitutionalists
alists made a demonstration denK > nltlration this oven ovenin ovenIng
in Ing before Core Shepherds Hotel where whereColonel whereColonel
Colonel Roosevelt stint Il his family are areguests areguests
guests against Mr r Roosevelts speech speechbefore speechbefore speechbefore
before the University UIerslt of E Egypt ypt pt yenter yesterday ye ter ter1a
da < day day1Veering >
Wenrlns Vetrln their red tarbouehes the Na Natlonalhts
tlonallsts mrfhed and countermarched countermatchedin
In front of the hotel shouting 2Ch utin in Arabicive Arabic Arabiellve
Give ive us A constitution Down D wn with withautocratic withautocratic
autocratic government sovernmenUMany governmentIIany
Many of the guests gu ts at th the hotel hotelthought hotelthouSht
thought there WM wa danger of violence vwlenceand vlglencand e
and fled from th the front veranda Mr MrRoosevelt lr
Roosevelt l 008eelt however paid but little at attention attention
tention to the demonstration demonstrationThe dtmon traUon traUonThe 1
The demonstration lasted t ten n min mlnutes minutes
utes ut s In his hl speech steei h yesterday Colonel ColonelRoosevolt ColonelRoosevelt
Roosevelt argued argu that a constitution comUtutionwas
was a dangerous gift of power if the thepeople thepeople th thpeople e
people had not been trained to its re requirement requirement I Iqulrement
quirement his inference being ocln that
Kaypt 1 ypt pt was not yet ready read for constitu
tional government gQvernmentAccortUng
According to expectation ex taUon the Xa
tlonalist press today makes an attack
upon Colonel Theodore Roosevelt for the th e
denunciation he heaped upon their
political policy in yesterdays re terdays speech a at t
the University of Egypt E Ypt
The comments of the Nationalist t
newspapers are not so severe as those
that th t followed th + colonels Khartoum Kh Khartoumspeech rtoum
speech deslMte desi > ite the fact that yesterdays s
address was delivered In what might m mightcalled ht be beca1Jed
called the headquarters of th the National s
ists movement mOt ment and was a much mor morcaustic more morecaustic moreauatlc e
caustic arraignment arraltnn nt of the National National1st
1st fists than his attack at Khartoum
The Shabb the most radical of the th e
local papers issued an extra today toda de
daring that Roosevelt has Joined d
hands with the English and an indorses hnJo es a
the work of the oppressorsFound oppressors oppressorsFound oPIressorFound
Found Nothing in Speech SpeechHe
He might have told us Ul something tom thlng
the Shabb continues benfJlclal ben liclal out outof ou ouof t
of biB blsAmerican American
experience VVe 0 are aresurprised ar arsurprised e
surprised that he should shoul have giveno given givenno n
no suggestion to those who are seek
Ing a constitutional government His Hismind Hhmind a
mind has evidently been contaminated contaminated d
by bJ contact with his hosts h08tSThe hostsThe
The pape rrecltes the fact that the th e
American Senate refused to adopt th thsuggestion the thesuggestion theugEel5t1on e
suggestion to give its former Presi rr l
dents pensions under the guise of
army arm appointments and Intimates
that the > action was aimed at Mr
Roosevelt It declares that the uni ¬
versity er81t has already been called to ac ¬
count for permitting such an address
to be delivered under its auspices auspl 8
Mr Roosevelts indifference to the
Nationalists Natlon UatB criticism critl j fgmg m Js I raoAgnlzad
by the e Shabb which which say that when whenMr
Mr Roosevelt jvas advised that a copy
of the Nationalists protest would be b bsent ha
sent to American papers he only
smiled smiledAohmed smiledAhmed smiledAehmed
Aohmed Lufty editor of the th Shahb 8hahb1IK8
has sent out cards announcing announcln that he
will reply to Mr Roosevelt before the
colonel leaves town townThe townThe townThe
The absence a sence of even more severe criti criticism criticism crtilcism ¬
cism Is generally JeneralJ attributed to Mr Ir Roose Roosevelts Rooseclts Reesevelts ¬
velts action on last Sunday in calling the
Egyptian E ypuan editors to a private reception receptionat
at which h hE had a hearttoheart talk
with them th nl the theme of which was wasthat wasthat
that hRt men must have the courage of
their convictions and should show IJho Ii
tolerant spirit to those who differ from
them
Speech Is Resented ResentedThus RCientedThus ResentedThus
Thus Mr Roosevelt is credited with with3iother wtthalother withanother
another clever cl ver political stroke Not Notonly Notnly Notonip
only nly did he come to Cairo and tell the theaUona1l8ts
Nationalists what no other man had toadever hadever hadever
ever dared to tell them but he gotaway got gotaway gotaway
away with it in a manner that has hasproved hasproved hasproved
proved the biggest surprise surpr of his stay
hare There Is s no denying that the
Nationalists keenly resent re ent his speech S h
The colonel was in receipt today of
numerous messages from English states lat ¬
men congratulating him on the fear ¬
lessness of his adores and predicting
It would prove highly beneficial
Today was one of comparative quiet
for the colonel and his family They
began tho day tIU by b visiting lstUnc the bazaars bazaarschased
whore numerous souvcnfrs were wer pur
chased Canes bronze pieces shawls wls
and tapestries tape trf s made up p the larger part
of the collection collestlonGreeting colle collectionGreeting Uon UonGreeting
Greeting From Japan JapanJust JapanJust JapanJust
Just before roon a call Wt wa received receiv ed
from Commander Tsnkoo of the Jap
oncse fleet who took occasion to remind remindthe Temirdthe remirthe
the former Precdenl Pro G enL of o the gratitude e
that Japan felt townrd him for his rf t
r fjrs s lu bringing the RussoJapanese e
war to a cone 01 tsion xsk ion > n
Count Hatzvelt of the German agency
gave ave a luncheon in n honor of the colonel 1
and Mrs tra Roosevelt at the agency 1d
In the cfternoc n the Roosevelts visited d
the famous citadel cltad 1 01 Cairo two of th
museums and six llx rmsques m JK Ques Sheiks ac ¬ I I
companied them on their visits to th the e
mosques which w tf n conducted with wit
due religious r lIglou soIrnnaryTwice soirimmy soirimmyTwice soltJmm soltJmmTwice
Twice Acted as Host HostThe HostThe HostThe
The colonel varied the usual program programby prOJTamby progra prograby m
by acting as host at two functions late lateIn later r
In the day He first gave ae tea for forPrince forPrince forPrince r
Prince Eitel Frederick the son of the th e
Kaiser at the hotel and later he gave gavewho
R high tea for his hunting Companions companlon3who Companionswho
who came on from Khartoum yesterday Y < sterday
The colonel conversed with Prince Ei
tel In German As the prince p rince took leave leaveof lea11of leavof e
of the colonel he h remarked that I shall
be delighted to welcome you to Berlin Berll
After tea to his hunting companions
Mr Roosevelt spent an hour in going g goin goinover lnJ g
over ot < r his hi mall He made good use usestenographel of f fstenographer i istenographer acal
stenographer in this time and dictated dictatedmore dictatedmore dktat dktatmore cal
more than a score of o replies repliesROOSEVELT repliesROOSEVELT repliesROOSEVELT
ROOSEVELT KEEPS KEEPSENGLAND KEEPSENGLAND KEEPSENGLAND
ENGLAND UNEASY UNEASYLONDON UNEASYLONDOl UNEASYLONDON
LONDON March 29 29England England wilbreathe will willbreathe willbreath I
breathe more easily when Colonel ColonelRoosevelt ColonelRoo ColoneRoosevelt 1
Roosevelt Roo evell has left Egypt EgyptWhile EgypL1Vhllc EgyptWhile
While tlere IF I only praise lraj p for his hisFOR hl hliins hiin
Pains Painsv Back BackOmeia iins iinsin FOR in 9 9in theBack theBack the theThe
Omeia v Olil OlilThe
The Ofl goes in through the pareshind pares pcreasod pcTe9and
sod gives quick relief 10c25c50c lOc 25c 6Oc
NOTHING BUT A TICKLE TICKLELEFT TICKLELEFT
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LEFT L FT OF WHOOPING COUGH COUGHPolice
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Police Censors Cens < rs Play Havoc With Naughty Lines in the thePlay thePlay thePlay
Play at Columbia Theater and nd All Thrills ThrillsAre ThrillsAre ThrillsAre
Are Eliminated
1
Tike rie Girl With With the Whooping WhoopingCotigh WhoopingCough WhoopingCough
Cough tho vohlcle vokleleu as the critics say sayin H H1ft saywhich
in which Valeeka Suratt took her drat ftratrM ftnltride dratrile
ride rM as a metropolitan star at the Columtda Col Columbia Columhla ¬
umbia Theater last night is practically practicallydemolished pracUcalbdelflollflhed
demolished de today aa the recoil of ofheldon a aheadon aheadon
headon collision with Ith the Washington WashingtonPolice WashingtonPolice lUIhlngtonPollee
Police Department Practically all that thatis thatII thatIs
is left of the socalled vehicle is the therunning tberUl1uln thestooling
running rUl1uln gear and a skeleton sk loton of the thefar thefume theforme
far fume me work so that when hen Mtee Suratt Suratttakes Suratttake Surattakes
takes the reins for the second nd time tonight to tontght tontght
ntght she will drive tlrlt a across the stage stagein st e ein
in a taw and modest manner that is iscertain IstMtain isrtain
certain ce rtain not to o shock the eonslblHltes of ofthe ofthe o othe
the most exacting exactingIn
In other words about all that will willbe willhe 1111
be left of The Girl With the 1 Whooping WhoopingCough hOOInr huotsingCouch
I
c Cough will be an Irritating ticklesomewhere tickle ticklesomewhere I
r somewhere in the vicinity of her Adams Adamsapple A Adamsapple ams i ia iRumor
apple appleRumor a appleRumor I
Rumor had it that the show hlOw would be bewhat behat bewhat
w what hat tine t billboard has depicted as II richtare rich richrare nehrant
r rare and racy WKh ith this rumor runt r fillingthe filling tillingthe lInft lInftth
th the air Folke rolk Captain HoUtnfccrger HoIU er of ofthe oftm ofe
th the e First precinct and a couple of his hisbltiecoatH hi hihhffOR1M hisbluecoats
l bluecoats > who are considered con8i er authors authorities authorsties ¬
l ties 11 < > 8 in what should > > honk be and what should shouldnot shouldnot shouldnot
n not be wi the th stag ata were wer right rl ht on hand handwhen bandwhen handwhen
when the th curtain < urta went up From the re report reJ1Mt rert ¬
port po rt that was submitted to Major Syl Sylveslor Sylvesttr
Ve vistas this morning mornln it would seem thatthe that thatthe thatthe
th the rumor was well founded from the thepolice thepolice
P police standpoint at feast feastThe JeutThe leastThe I
The first act was IU such that Captain Captainfearlessnes CaptainfeerlethJnes Captainfdarleeatnes
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fe fearlessnes in preaching obedience toLnltlish to toEnglish
E English rule to th the Nati XatloitIfM8 r a4tois there thereisalso thereIa
Ia isalso also Ieo fear ff > al that he may I y xo to 0 too far and andeither aDdt andeither
either t > iUtf > r disturb the everdelicate ever ht political politicalbalance politicalbalance l loollince
be balance in Egypt or invite upon him htmtfHt himelf himlf
ze tfHt elf lf an attack by b some fanatical Nation Nationalist XaUonaUst Nationst ¬
al alist alistThe aUstrt ali st strle
The rt < fopntrn office which Is responsible
fo for the control of Egypt though the thecolonial t tco1onlal
ct colonial office conducts the actual ad administration administration ¬
n ministration m wired wlr Sir skies Gorst the thfrllIh
B British anent in Eitypt E ynt to try to avoW avoWa
a repetition < n of loch a situation as aroe olio olio1n p I IIn
in th the coloneifc 01011 address before the Uni University Lnlverafty ¬
v versity < It of e Hfrypt audience audienceEnrlihnin audlencEnll1lftl
Enrlihnin Enll1lftl fear that when Colonel
Rcogevelt K leaves 1ta It Cairo r lrn tht Nationalists Nationalistswill Natlorwll Ul Ulwin
will w turn loose all the resentment rf > ntmeftt that thuttfcev tmtttiH thatthey
they tiH have hav h Jucn harboring harborin toward Mr tr
lloosevelt and begin t n an agitation that thatmay thMtmAY thatmay
may have serious effects effectsROOSEVELT ettedROOSEVELT effectsROOSEVELT
ti ROOSEVELT PLANS PLANSTALKED PLANSTALKED
TALKED TALKED AT CAPITOL CAPITOLA I
A 1 story to th the effect that exPresident exPresidentRoosevelt txPresidfntRooevelt oxPresidentRoosevelt
R Roosevelt is putting his house ins insakalie into intoshape Intos1upe o
s shape to that he will not be hampered hamperedIf
If he should decide not to indorse th thTaft the theTaft theTart e
T Taft Administration Admlnl traUoa has created a sea sensation en enHotloR ¬
w sation about the House Hou of Representa Representatives Repre entA entAlives ¬
t lives and recent events are pointed to toas toas t tas o
x as < corroborative evidence of o the state statement atlitent statemeat ¬
ra meat nt tnt C Cwnel tonei Roosevelt does MR not notwant no t twant
want to t ° be tied up in any an way that t
HoliinberKer seriously JHrioa ly considered cone tiered siop siopplasR t p
pi ph plasR the show how before b fore the next scene scenehut scenebut > > eeft6hut
hut after a consulUttto n with wit Ub the men menwith
with him jte te deckled to Me It t thrOttJtl throudtand I
and andt andmake make his recommendation to the IIe
htad t of the Pol Police e Department this thisorning I
inornlnir inornlnirPersonally m orningPersonally
Personally PeNOna II wtM Major Sylvester I I
believe hf > lIevf that a great many people who whosee whoa whosee
see a < e these kinds of plays derive no real realharm rea1harm I
harm from tnem hut we have a strict
law her and I am going Inc to s wc > e that thatt j
it t s c enforced flIfOl 1 A play of this character characteris I
is not fit j t for a young girl trl or young man manto manto manto
to see fe te tee j I
lt > e have a regular re ular censorship of all allthoatrs alltheaters
theaters and when there is something somethingolijecttenabte somethingolJ somethingobjectionable I
objectionable olJ tnab we e notify the management managementand
and th they y eliminate it That is what was wasdon li8 li8flon4 I
don in this case Only Onl the objections objectionswere i
were frO so j o numerous nuf IOua that I cant see how howtht ho howthere I
tht there re will 111 be I much left besides a skele skeleton 2Jk skeleion le ¬ I
ton of th the production last n night nightThe ht htlhf htThe
The usgestivness lCu ethne of the lines flne in all allth 11 11the i ithe
th the acts wa was at < said to have been partieaitrly partteu partteulrly I Illorl
lrly llorl objectionable > to Captain HoMln HoMlnbrgr loilintergee
brgr 1 fr while wh lc th the conspicuous co tkuou Improprieties improprie improprieties ¬ II
ties throughout th the play Iay have all been beensubjected beenlIub beensuhjected
I subjected lIub ted to t the official kibosh kibo h of the thePolio
Polio Department DpartmntKrom Dfopartmfntrom DepartmentFrom I
From rom the police standpoint ltdpolnt of censor censorship censorship i i i
ship hip the i play > lay eenw > > etIaiI to have oversteppedall overstepped i iall
all boiimls of propriety Miss USA Surratfs Surratfski SurnlUskisse Surrattskisses I I
ki kisses i > s are said to hat have caused th the blue blueo bluefAt blueoats
< o fAt oats ts to Mid their hands over their faces facesto facesto facesto
to hide hM then Mu bIhtlThllInxcame blushes hs Th The climax camewhen came j jwhn I
when hf11 she sh defeated the doctors ector wifessuit wifes wtrfSsuit j jsuit
suit for divorce In th the last ast act by glv givlog j I
In log the he judge the whooping cough coughTh coughThe
The Th < police have suggested that the thejudg thejudge I
judge jud develop OOelo a can ease of sore e throat from fromsittitir fromPittin rom romUtili
Pittin sittitir Utili in a draught draughtwill dra draughtwill ht htwill
will prevent hie refusing to support MlPp supportTaft rt rtTaft I IT
T Taft TaftThat TaftThat tt I IThat
That RM Representative nttive Longworth H Rp RpO ep I
0 refused to s serve rv again on th the Con Congressional conreMlona Conrresabonal ¬
gressional reMlona campaign committee in re reepons response response
sponse to a letter ttr from his hI fatherinlaw fatherinlawtatiu fatherinlastatiug w
ltat statiug tatiu that h he preferred that the family familyno familjtot I
no tot to l be > placed in a position that would wouldmk wouldmak wouldmake
mk make it it > embarrassing > rnbarra rnba efng tng for him to refuse refusesupport reuesupporf refussupport e
support to th the theTaftCsnnon Taf TaftCannon tCannon machine machinet to toi
i as statement upon which h h th the story storyhinges scot
hinges Longworth today refusal to toafflrm toaffirm t taffirm 0
affirm or d deny ny that he had received such sucha I Ia
a letter He H had served on the com committee cornmutter ¬
mutter for six years ean he said and re retired r retired ¬
tired for reasons rea IUI of his own He had hadnot had110t hadnot d I
not made public th the reasons for hi hla < re retirement reat ¬
tirement tlre t at the time 11 h he refused re reekction re1lIon reelection
election to the committee and would wouldnot wouldnot woulnot d
not do so now nowIt nowIt I
It is I leciarM le 1 flard trNl today that when Long
worth orth heard that Cannon was wa wasto opposed opposedto o oto
to his selection on the new ne Rulfg Rtd COIf Cotrmittee COIfmltteot
millet he told his h friends fr nd he woo wooserve would wouldnere wouldlnf 1d
serve lnf OR o th the committee commltt If selected A I ted M bnthe b bih MI >
ih I the he Republican caucus but that thatwould h hwould
would ould units no circumstances clreutn8 UJ accept acceptplace acCeptpltce a
place en n the committee at the gift of ofCannon ofC1nllOn ofCannon I
Cannon CannonRep C1nllOnR8Plbilcan CannonRep
Rep R8Plbilcan ibikan regulars r lars are dfacusrtng dieus cilt > eulnJ lng th thKory the
story 100 today with no little concern and andare andSt andare I
are wondering wmrin what the Ut mighty mt htJ hunter hunterwill hunt hunterwill r rm
will m K Sit > fi y when he lands on American AmericanOil
soil Oil OilTi I
Ti u le i i Hirgnts lltlrfltt are not a little delight dlightMI
e e MI It t the th prospect prosf p ect t and are relishlnr th thlaust the thp1alfst thelasts
lasts bit of co smttl1fp Btp that has furrowed furrowedthe turrofdthf 1
the brows bro of th tlM < n Cannon ea acs stii supporters u > portrs rtrs
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The Nation Wants t to 0 Know KnowExPresident KnowWhat I IWhat
What Is s Whiskey WhiskeyExPresident is e 99
ExPresident Roosevelt describes whiskey as it has i
been known for hundreds of years yearsPresident yearsPresident i
President Taft gives vas the modern I
definition n in In his hisrecent hisrecent
recent ruling rulingDr rulingDr rulingDr
Dr Wiley says U Whiskey must be pure pureSpecial I
MONTICELLO MONTICELLOSpecial i iSpecial i
Special Reserve Reservemeets R erve i imeets i imeets
meets all these specifications specificationsIts
Its s straight Its PURE PUREIts 1 I 1 1
Its aged in wood Its its bottled bottl b d at the I
distillery I I
Its All Whiskey WhiskeyREAD WhiskeyREAD I
READ THE LABEL AGAIN AGAINEach AGAINEach
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Each label is the written pedigree of the contents
it shows the day the whiskey was distilled the day it itwas itwas itwas
was bottled bottledthe the bottle number and the barrel number
This is is our guarantee of good faith It is your protection
Monticello has nothing to hide It is proud of every e 1 I
moment of its life Made ever since 1789 1 in the oldest
distillery in in Maryland MarylandHontioello MarylandMonticello I IMonticello
Monticello Distilling Co Distillery D 1sCll tilfery e No o 1District 1 District D trit of o Maryland MarylandBaltimore MarylandBaltimore I
Baltimore Md i i io it
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OFFICIALS BARRED BARREDFROM BARREDFROM
FROM INVESTIGATION INVESTIGATIONXitness
Witness in Interior Depart Department Department Department ¬
ment Inquiry Charges At Attempt Attempt Attempt ¬
tempt to Intimidate IntimidateCharges IntimidateCharg IntimidateCharges
Charges Charg before the Special HoueCommittee House
Committee on Investigation of Condi CondlUons
lions in the inferior Department that thatnUnos6es thatltnosse8 thattgttnoseea
nUnos6es are being Intimidated by the theauthorities theauthorities theuthorities
authorities a of the department caused causeda
a It sensation sen tlon at the session of the committee com committee ¬ Imlttee
mitteeThe mittee mitteeThe mltteeThe
The committee on demand of one of ofthe ofthe
the witnesses excluded from the hear hearing heartng hearing ¬
ing two officiate of the Interior Department De Department DeIrtment ¬
partment who were present taking notes notesThe notesThe notesThe
The witness charged that they were weresent
sent there to intimidate him As he was wasI
a minor cmi employe > loyc of the department departmentand
and they were both men in positions positionsi po tUOIM tUOIMoC
of authority the commmittee agreed agreedwith arreedwith agreedwith
with the witness witne a that there was R no noespecial noCSIIpeclal noespecial
especial occasion why h they should be bepresent bepre bepresent
present pre nt and they the were barred barredThe bArrPdThe barredThe
The investigation is handling theresolution the tb tbreilOluUen
resolution of Representative Repre Representative entat1ve Hitchcock Hitchcockor
of Nebraska calling camn for information informationas
as al to the manner of spending s ndln the mil milliondollar mllllondotter
liondollar appropriation which was wasmade waamade wasmade
made by the last Congress to pay forprosecution for forprosecution
prosecution pr tlon of land frauds fraudsJ I
J B Sherman a clerk in th the In Interior Interior ¬
terior Department was the witness who whocaused whoeauMd whocaused I
caused the trouble He e had been called palleelto j I Ito Ito
to testify t tlty concerning a reorganization reorganizationof reor ntzaUon ntzaUonof n n
of the record and indexing Indexl system systemwhich j I
which has been put into the depart department department ¬
ment at large cost Sherman has been beenopposed 1teenoppoftd beenopposed
opposed to this system and variousother various variousother yarlousother
other people have charged charged that H was wasa wasa
a scheme heme for concealing eoneeaHn rath rather < r than thimmaking thanmakinI thanmaking I
making accessible ac lb1e and apparent the thevarious theariouac
various recordsThe records recordsThe
The two men taking notes n tetll were T C CRltlenoouee CRittenhouse I
Rittenhouce chief and Frederick N Xew 1ewburg w t
burg bur assistant chief ch f of Division M of oll 1 I Ithe
the public lands office officeThey o officeThey e
They are officials at Ilsedepart Ilsedepartment the < taprt rt rtment J I
ment and superiors of mine said III
Sherman They are Ar here to intimi ¬ I
date me meBEQUEST moBEQUEST
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BEQUEST IS MADE MADETO I ITO
TO MRS LONGWORTH LONGWORTHBOSTON
BOSTON QSTOl March 21lII8 2 Mr Nicholas NicholasIxwMtworth NIJIoI8Ion Nk NkLangworth
IxwMtworth Ion < < orth is a beneficiary ben < fictary in the will of
her grandfather Oeorg + eon aorge f C Lee Leewealthy H Hwealthy Hweetthy
wealthy banker of this ely cttyHis elyHili
His will III just ju t filed for probate JHO tc direct directthat fllrfoetMtht directsthat
that lb t the income IftC of oacbalf the estate e ttf ttfbe n
be divided dh ided d amoofc man t half a d dozen eat relatives
including Pr Preeldant Ment Roocevetfc eldest
daughter daughterThe datJCbterThe daughterThe
The ttaie is valued at several mil mnton
Hoa H on ons
COMMITTEE REPORTS REPORTSHEARD REPORTSHEARD
HEARD BY CONCLAVE CONCLAVESigma
Sigma Phi Epsilon Conven Convention Convention ¬
tion Meets in BusinessSession Business BusinessSession
Session SessionThere
There T ere was wa a Cull attendance Atten anee at the thesixth thesixth
J
sixth 8I th biennial conclave conela vo of the Sterna SternaPhi S SigmaPhi ma I
Phi Epsilon fraternity tide tit morning MOInln at atthe atthe atthe
the Raleigh Hotel where the reports reportsof
of committees were read and Ad adopted adoptedafter a40ptedafter
after considerMe dtocueeion dtocueeionA dillleu lOL lOLA
A few minor changes chang IB 1 the ritual of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the fraternity were ordered adopted adoptedafter adoptedalter adoptedafter
after the committee C IIfttt had presented pre ntM its itsreport Itaroport itsreport
report The committee on badges Badg andsongs and andsengs
songs lIe a and on charter read their re reports reports ¬ i
ports which were accepted The re reports reports ¬ 1 1porlJl
ports of the grand raM secretary MCretal and the thegrand thegrand I Ilrand
grand lrand treasurer were read and ap approved approved approved ¬
proved provedFor provedFor provedFor
For this th afternoon att < < noon seventy ent7 of the thedelegates thedel thedelegates
delegates del t planned to enjoy an automo automoetreat aut automobile lRO lRObile
bile ride vitttting different points or In Inetre inetrest
etreat etre t in the city cityness There w will n be a bust busteM bustfleas
ness > > eM session tonight tonlbbLAt tonightAt
At tomorrows meeting meett several amend amendment8 amendmeats
meats to the constitution will be made madefollowed de defollowed
followed by the election of officers o < < teer The Theconclave Theonciave T Tconclave
conclave will conclude with a banquet banquetWednesday 1NIAquetWedneaMlay banquetWednesday
Wednesday night n ht at the Raleigh RaleighSaturday RaleihSaturday RaleighSaturday
Saturday a number of the delegatesheaded delegatebeadedr delegates delegatesheaded
headed by b the th grand rand secretary Meretar William WilliamU miaJn miaJnI
U I Phillips will go to Baker University University
Baldwin Kan where a new chapter chapterwill chapterwill
will be instituted institutedCASE
CASE OF SMALLPOX SMALLPOXDETAINS SMALLPOXDETAINS SMALLPOXDETAINS
DETAINS EIGHTY EIGHTYPassengers EIGHTYPassengers EIGHTPassengers
Passengers on Liner Kroonland KroonlandHeW KroonJandHeld Kroana
Held at Quarantine QuarantineStation I IStation
Station StationNEW StationEW StationNEW
NEW EW YORK March 28 2SMaJlpox Smallpox i dte dtecovered 41184evered le
covered on board the t e liner Kroon Kroonat Kroonland Kroonlandat letsd I
at the quarantine station here today re resulted rehltfWl ¬
suited in goading I eighty eI ty paasengers to toHoffman toHo t tHoffman °
Hoffman Ho n Island for observation and taaddisinfection the thedisinfection thedt
disinfection dt nfeetton of the t e entire vesselThe vessel veMelThe YeIfIeeIlh
The lh eighty f < < hty pasaenxers pasaren ers who occupied occupiedthe oecup6edthe secs secsthe
the same compartment 811 a th the patient patientwill patientwill
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will be held under the observation ebearrbtionGovernment of ofGovernment o oGoemllMnt
Government physicians for several days daysbefore daYIlbefore dar a
before they tbe an be given their liberty I rty i iThe
The Kroonland reached quarantine qualal1Unelaat quaranttlast I
last night Inspection resulted in the t
detention of an IU eighteenyearold girl girlwho I Iwlu
who tin was blieved to have avf smallpox Ex Examination Exmttion ¬
amination today toda proved the th Inspectors In InspectorsMen pHtorll pHtorllN
idea N to b be correct The Th disinfection disinfectionthe of ofthe orth4
the steamer will h he fompJtd mrltfld and andeater her herother herothfr
other passengers p rlL ngrs n rs landed lan4i lat late today
NAMES CONSIDERED CONSIDEREOFOR
FOR FORASSESSORSHIPof ASSESSORSHIP ASSESSORSHIPAppointment
1 1FORASSESSORSHIPof
Appointment of Member ofBoard of ofBoard ofBoard
Board Expected in Twen Twentyfour Twentyfour Twenfour ¬
tyfour four Hours HoursThe
The Th e appointment of a member of the theboard Uteboard thebond
board of aaatoUnt t nnanafiitrii wI 1 1Jrade be bemade bemade
made tomorrow tomorrowCommissioner toenorwCOInfl tomorrowCommissoner
Commissioner COInfl ll8kHler Rudolph said w this th mornbig morn morning JQOrDtag ¬
tag that the Commissioners were er still stillconsidering IItillCOIUddertnc
considering the nuaiiflcatioM of ofnumerous std the thenumerous tbenumerous
numerous candidates for the position positionchief PMttJoac positionchief
chief c leamonc among whom are Benjamin B jaadn F FAdams FAtiama FAdams
Adams assistant t to Aaseaoor W P PRichards pRlchartls PRichards
Richards and ad E M Talcott superinten superintendent superintendent uperiatedt ¬
dt dent > nt of o street eet extensions extensionsThe extenelonLThe extemisIonsThe
The appointment of a new member memberof
of the t beard of assistant lItt asicneoia will wfllresult willresult
result in the transfer of Francis Nyefrom Nye Nyefrom N7efrom
from the board rd of personal tax apprais appraisers appra appraera ¬
era to the board ot real estate t tate apprais appraisers ¬
ers ersSeveral Several YeraI candidates have applied for forthe ferthe forthe
the office of assistant aul taDt to the theIn assessor assessorIn nan COST COSTIn
In the event that Mr Adams is ap appointed appointed appointed ¬
pointed on the board among themWIWam them themWMMam theIDWlWam
WMMam Towers of the auditors officeand office officeand diceand
and R J Jones and Charles Davis of ofthe oCtbe ofthe
the assessors rs office officeIF officeIF
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1 construction and operation and of limited scope scopeI 8copeT scopeToday
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a part of the Bell System of 5200000 telephones The extent of the tele telephone telephone ¬
phone plant and its importance to the community commu ii r rform are indicated in a concise concisethe conciseform I
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Wire Plant PlantDuct PlantDuct PantDuct
Duct miles of conduit conduitMiles 454 454IVfiles 454Ales
Miles of underground undergroundwire
wire wireMiles 93000 93000Miles 93000Miles
Miles of open wire wireTotal 7650 7650Total 7650Total
Total miles of wire 100650
Traffic TrafficLocal TrafficLocal TrafficLocal
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Daily D ily average number numberfor numberfor numberfor
for each subscribers line 8
Central Offices 7 Telephones 38000 Employes 800 800Switchboards 800Switchboards
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