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Secret Information Before BeforeBoard BeforeBoard BeforeBoard
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news Activity ActivityACTIVE ACtivityACTIVE ActivityACTIVE
ACTIVE CAMPAIGN CAMPAIGNWILL CAMPAIGNWILL CAMPAIGNWILL
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CD oomnstttsr 1 lt4MI appointed to 1 taved y 11 ke 111 111f ibs ibsfessIWky
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Pane Pa Canal PxilSSHieU far OT WaSh WaShIs Washiagia b b1agWlt
1agWlt today tIedded that tile IIIOject IIIOjecti5
Is a entirely tke ly feasible fessWeThe j jThe
i5TIte The committee uee Instruct Its chairmaa chair chairman cbIrmR ¬
man X C Graham to an arrfor i B fer ferjoiDt < er a ajoint ajoint
joint bearing b srlsg with a similar commit committee ceemnitmerce coadttee
tee tee repreesutlag I pI 1 tag die Cbaaber < er OiL Com Commerce Cornmecca
merce when plans which wbJdtgested were sug sugin aasggeetod
gested tithe morata6 will 1M gas Into bato1D IntoIn
in detailAs detaiL detaiLAn deWLAa
An effort will be man tads to heM the thejoint tileJ thejoint
joint J blt meeting ef the eesaaittees umimm a Thurs Thursday nnIrsdy Thursday ¬
day evening oveatngPresident eveningBoard g gPre
Pre GeoIP ergo H HarrtM oC the tJaeBord theBoard
Board of Trade member of the com committee eJlllUAMt censmtUse ¬
mittee ex officio Chairman E C CBrandenburg CG CGraham
G Graham WIUIIuD D Hoover sad B C Cane1Ided C CBraaeesbw
Brandenburg attended tbe meeting of ofthe Oiltbe ofthe
the committee which was held behind behindclosed 1teII1Ddclo behindclosed
closed ed doors In order to incur complete com complete COIBplete ¬
plete secrecy concerning ah the discussion discussionthe m mof
of gar pans that might t be bethe su estW estWthe
the tioinmittee dispensed n LI with the theSeveral tbeIces sara saraices
Ices ot a secretary secretarySeveral
otSeMal Several Plea Caamicrei CoasiicfLlpec Caamicreioed
U lpec uourt tile tileao eoamdttee lt ltseed
effect that several nen1 aegis aegiseral ¬
seed ao oed a statement to the
eral methods whereby W Washington Washingtonmight W1 W1mlgJK Washin ws wsmight
might ineJtiij a suoosnt1d u > xtetul u1 fight t to 0te secure securethe saahmthe
the emmiUlBii I 11 n were suggested but for fortbe hrthe r rthe
the present 11 the nature of them tJIeaanot vaeuld vaeuldnot wssldnot
not beSnade lie tausde public publicto pub Ie IeIt
It wall 8tMed that the members At u e eu wereunanimous
u unanimous In reachiag the sat + eestbt eestbtthat t tthat
that it Wr IIa rea toe p8 ta fade tIM tIMr prup pruprr
rr r efbsrt she will stand sssc tUB tUBgood a agood
good ciIMIee to sat s t the ctfMsbrstlma usleiii t U sibm For Forfew JIVrthis Pbrthis
this seem It assn istI4 that aatime s ntss ntssine
ime sserid De h > few that the tileIttee tars tsmjsteps tarscnnmltttec
Ittee r tile soi Bos 0 Tnde TndeI TradeSM TradeSMgetbr
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getbr ftJHIr ttemsedIteily I f eIJ and dett + a what w1Iatt whatetepe
steps t anonM be taken to o ovwsoase the tbeof theteed
teed 1 wI N New w Or1ens and e of ofcontenders eC1he e1me
1he Pad coast cities contenders coateadrKd forj forjthe for forthe forsthe
the exposition 1 think they hare hareFormer bave7rmer I I1IfadarIaDi
Former OofnsBtaHnoner Ool mdesiooer Kacfartend Kacfartendi 1IfadarIaDirvtsatnla lrisctnrlaairvhatrara
rvtsatnla i uuaumau of the Chamber of eCO Commerce cemmerucemsdttee Commercecommittee
committee O stated this morning that thatin thatin thatin
in an f probability I bIJ he would not call callseparate a aeetfcKr a5eparste
separate tneettsr f3II his eoemstttee e etIIat esaid
said that 1Ie was favorable to the joint jointm jointmeellsg
meellsg m eetfcKr betas heW n U a asibfe at tile earliest rll t poll pollible poeiMe
sibfe ible date datet dteTedsys
iblers rs action by tile board commit comndtte committee
t te e n is > regarded as the then raot favorable favorablestep le let
step t that has yet rot bees taIIea MCUrde MCUrdehe
he n exposition for forly W and andthere andthere
there are not a few w e that that7e
7e 8 a result or It It a big campaign short hortIt
ly It will be launched which win vie m mmagnitude famapltvde Inmagakude
magnitude with those that have been beenet beenyet
yet et on foot hi other r cities citiesPERU cit citPERU citiesPERU
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PERU AND ECUADOR ECUADORREADY ECUADORREADY ECUADORREADY
READY TO BEGIN WAR WARProspects WARPrOGpeCta WARProspects
Prospects of f a Settlement ofDispute of ofDispute ofDispute
Dispute Are Rapidly RapidlyDiminishing RapidlyDimiishi RapidlyDimiflisiting
Diminishing DiminishingThe Dimiishi DimiishiTIte
The prospects for war between Peru Peruto hnIand Peruand
and condor = are closer today than at atany
any 11 dIIM ee the recent outbreakReports outbreak 0IItkR8IIGItS
Reports to the Sale Department are areto areto
to the effect that the war enthusiasm enthusiasmtten enthusiasmis at atis
is rmadai link at Lima and ba Pens PensSa PeruIn
Sa gaaeral said tile probable mobllisa mobllisatloa nnobeisatlse
tten of troops in Ecuador ta reported reportedfrom reportedIro reportedfrom
from Quito QuttoThe QuitoThe QaItTIM
The chances for a peaceful I settlement settlementia 4ent 4entiR
ia Ute dispute are rapidly diminishing diminishingWEATHER dimfsstebiagWEATHER
WEATHER REPORT REPORTThe
The kites at XL t Weather Weat r on Monday Mondayleached Vondayreadied Mondayreadied
readied an altitude a1tit of 2XW9 3 feet above abovesea ab0Y6II abovesea
sea fetL II ei t The temperature t at that thathefejrht thatwas thathetldat
hefejrht was 17 degrees below zero At Attbe At11M Atthe
the surface SII1f e it was 71 degreea d These low lowupper lowuwer lowupper
upper air temperatures indicate for the1 the1XKrtnern the theJIOI thelea
lea portion of the Middle Atlantic Atlanticparmtiveiy AUaa1icthe AtlanticSpates
Spates the early sppr sch h of the cora eom1MU1ItIYely coraparattvel7
parmtiveiy tow temperatures that now nowprevail BOWpreYalt nowprevail
prevail from 1 upper MlBsfesippi valj valjley val valley valley
ley eastward wanl an1 an i the deflection of the thewind thewind thewind
wind from the normal direction also alsoindicates alsoIndicat6S alsolndicata I
indicates that the low temperatures will wUIbe wmbe willbe
be aeconmnnied ie4 by unsettled weather weatherWith weatherWith weatherWith
With the exception of showers tonight tonightia tontchia
ia the South Atlantic States and on onWednesdav 011W usWednesday
Wednesday W av on the South Atlantic cont conttbt ecN1 t ttIM Fcot Fcotthe
tIM weather W8th r win be generally aUy fair lo loBiSht io ioulgM o oBlgbt
BiSht and Wednesday W east of the Missis itiaisslppd Mississippi iai1It1llll ¬
sippi river with continued ued low tempera t tt tempeeatures temperaTares
Tares t ever the northern and falling tem temperatures telatile testpeeatures ¬
peratures over tile southern eoutIaEraFORBCAST districts disuiotsFORECAST districtsFORECAST
FORECAST FOR THE IHSTftiCT IHSTftiCTPartly DISTJUCTPMU7 DISTRTTp
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BILL IS BOLD RAID RAIDASSERTS RAIDASSERTS RAIDASSERTS
ASSERTS LA L A FOLLETTE
1 1Hurls i
Hurls Deft to Framers Fra ets of ofRailroad ofRailroad ofRailroad
Railroad Measure MeasureDe MeasureDefends De Defends Defends ¬
fends Party LoyaltyNEW LoyaltyNEW Loyalty LoyaltyNEW
NEW HAVEN MERGER MERGERCITED MERGERCITED MERGERCITED
CITED AS WARNING WARNINGAssails WARNlNGssails WARNINGAssails
Assails ssails Wickersham and Declares DeclaresProposed DeclaresProposed Deckresi i
Proposed Law Opens Deanto Door Doorto DOt DOtto
to Combinations CombinationsThe
The mast t sweeping attack on tie tieAdministration j jA4ntatttratlss I Iraua
Administration raua railroad nttl yet hoard hoardIn JtMrdIa heardto
In th tM Senate wa WM made e tbfc tIr tIrlay afternoon afternoonby
by Senator La Follette PoIleC te of Wteosnein WteosneinMet WleoseetaNet II IIJet
Met only did Senate La Pettrtte PettrttesoJl 11 11a asatail
soJl the bill in the ttteefwl fashlottfor fasbiou fasbioufor tasWoLfer
for which ho te noted but ho went wentafter wentafter wentafter
after Attorney General Wlek Wleker Wlekerwith Wlekerseham Wlekersehamwith rsaam rsaamwith
with heavy Yy gnus gw He scored the head headNew headof
0 the De Department rUIteR t of J Justice uM1 for al al101llFlJa allowing
lowing < the merger of tb the New York YorkKew YorkXew YorkWow
Wow Haven Ha and Hartford Bartt road and andthe andthe c ctlM
the Boston and Maine Mat to exist in de defiance 4eJIaaee ieflasee ¬
fiance of the law and for dropping dr oppdn oppdnthe
the proceedings IDgs to t annul that merger mergerthat mergerthat ecger ecgerthat
that were begun wader ta tics Roosevelt RooseveltAdministration Bee eWeltAdalJWtratiolL RoeereltAdminlatratios
Administration AdministrationIn
In language Jaa not to be misunderstood misunderstoodSenator waasurtIeodLa misandesteoeeaator
Senator La FoQette paid his respects respectsto 1 1to
to the Attorney General for fete resent reoontattempt resentattempt
attempt at Chicago ta read n K the insur insurgents iasalIreau iasurgente ¬
gents out of the party partyHew partyNew partyNew
New Haven Merger His Tbesae TJMmewas TbettaeNor I INor
Nor was it difficult to perceive e in inthe hithe Isthe
the language e he used that the Wisconsin Wls Wlshis weoaaIa
eoaaIa Senator W was al1 atmIng a part c ofhis cIda
his criticism at the Amideietration AJhJft it itself It8elf itself ¬
self selfSenator 8elfLa selfeantor
Senator La PoUette used the ea e e of ofthe elthe ofthe
the NeW Haven 1ia merger of which wh he hetoM lieto hetold
toM to in detail to illustrate e to theSenate the theSenate tbeSetlate
Senate the danger 4Jaa er to t Ute pvhMe in inputting hipattiII Inputting
putting through section 12 of the rat TaIIrea4 H Hrond
rond bill which is alleged aI to t open openwide OIMDhIe openwide
wide hIe the door to railroad rail mergers mergersand mergersand en enaa
and combinations combinationsHe
He warned the 9eenta Sens of the dan daD1rkJ dantars j jawn
awn lurking 1rkJ in this Mil drawn wn byi byiAttorney y yAttenoey byAttorney
Attorney General 1NtIi1 Wlekershmsn Wlek He Hereferred Heft Hereftrred
referred ft to the fact that if a Senator Senatorattempted saatratt Senatoratterapta4
attempted att to investigate hlT the condi conditions conditions ¬
tions dealt with by b this legislation legislationhe COIHlI1 Uota Uotahe
he was accused of r arivtnx aid and andcomfort aedeomton sadcomfort
comfort to the enemy enemy and dnaounood dnaounoodby oaace dby
by the Att Attorney Gtoneral a sr traitors traitorsto trait traitto
to the Republican narty and threat threatened tlarteD threateseed ¬
ened with the dtepteooare d r of tne Ad Administntion A AJfttaI8tratIoa AdResply
ministntion JfttaI8tratIoa1AIply
1AIply te W Wtile Wieitara Wieitarathe c
tile mot t jhir lritscu r rGaalfi
Gaalfi 3tl t3tl a ie ielea ftiIIIIIII ftiIIIIIIIPI
PI men lea who It have Krown growagrnJ KrownKzsgr I
Kzsgr niehthMC the batttee of the Reovb Reovbttcmn BeDubc Reoubiieaa
ttcmn pnrty are lOt lOttheir obtttced to hav havtheir hwtheir
their Republicanism km n certified by an At Attorney AttorPeY ¬
torney General 1 who until recently was wasknown waskDown wasknown
known to the public chiefly as attorney attorneyor
lor or bin business and financial ftw J I Ifa interests
hi New Ne York Nor or will they be mthn mthndaterl 1adtIadated iathatdted
dated by him or his kind In their efforU efforUto oru orute
to bring th the Republican party In Con Congress CouIl Congre ¬
gre gress s aryl in convention as it still is isN isWINO isWIND
WINO SLAPS SPRING SPRINGSMACK SPRINGSMACK
SMACK IN N THE FACE FACEMercury FACEI FACEM FACEMercury I
i
Mercury M < ercury Sinks Lower As AsCold AsCold AsCold
Cold Rain Causes the theLightlyclad theLightlyclad theLightlyclad
Lightlyclad to Shiver ShiverA ShiverJIOrtheast
i
A northeast wind that searched out outshiver oatery outevery
every ery eo corner r 0 the DI aft eIIt eIItyer senttshiver
shiver yer chasing shiver iver along the spinal spinalcolumn spinalcolumn 11I 11Ieoa
column eoa of glad 1a4I but lightly 1i IIUy clad cladspring eladowed cladsprtag
spring showed the lIe JM that the theWeather theWeauer theWeather
Weather Bureau is faithful to its itspromise ItspromIM Itspromise
promise to funai furnish bad meteorological meteorologicalconditions weteorologtcaCOII4lttoa meteorologicalcondides
conditions for the next few days daysThere dayTbere daysThere
There was nothing pleasant about abouttbe aboutthe t ttlleoutCdoor
the tlleoutCdoor outofdoor world today Sven Sventhe Eveathe Eventhe
the flowers coaxed into bloom by the thewarm tbewarm tMwarIft
warm suns of the past ten days daysdrooped da78drooped daysdrooped
drooped their head and Boomed to teshrink toflhrlDk toshrink
shrink from fre the he chilling rain that thatfell thatfeU thatfell
fell spasmodically ueally throughout bollt the day dayThe dayThe y yon
The temperature started down in instead lacad Instead ¬
stead cad of up at S oclock this morning JDOnIIJIIand morningand morningand
and bad fallen two degrees by 1 loclock 1oelock 1oclock
oclock Fifty degrees wilt be reached reachedbefore readiedbefore reachedbefore
before sundown and while no lower lowertemperature Jewerte lowertemperature
temperature te u is S promised it is predict predicted P Peel ¬
ed hat this mark JDr will claim eIai the be top topof t tof topof
of the mercury column col for a day or ortwo ortwo ortwo
two twoBut
twoBut But there will be no storm Just JustCharley Justbar1ey Justcharley
Charley horse weather bad for f3rarms glass glassarms glassarras
arms and dispositions cHspo
SENATOR R R M LA FOLLETTE FOLLETTEWne FOLLETTEw
Wne w Makes Sweeping Sweep ng Attack on Rail Raflroad RatIloa41 Railroad
road Measure in Senate Senateamon SenateUte Senateamong
among the people back to the Repubtt Releubtli Releubtlicontest j jcanism i iaueI
contest of Uncobtto Lincoln te the service of ofpuMte oflic
puMte lic interests ta and of pcbHc JM interests teterestsaJone interestsalma ts
alma aJoneIn almaIn tsI I
In UM eotllM eonr of Ills speech Senator Senatorla seaterJA 1
la FoUette denounced tU td the pending btti bttim 1ItItin bItttin
m in theee words = The bill hi before befo MI thf thfcountry tM tMtry thecountry
country try under false f pretenses I and ar arfalse a f i ifalse
false title The court rf nuneree UIC6 pro provision INOvtiea provision
vision hi mtie l tI more than a mesh behind behindwhich beidll41 behindwhich
which Ic hart unknown and unnumbered 1JaaWIIberedj j jvlllabab i ivflmhUev
vflmhUev of proposed i Isg KMsiation KMsiationStyies sden sdenStyir
Styies iSt7 It B IWi M Raid RaidThe j i iJCid
i The boldest raid id upon public rights rightstn ta tain
in the form of legislation I is4tbn upon thtsj thtsjforced this dIkJeCt thisgreat
great ssbisct JeCt that ue system baa baaforeS ever everforced
forced open the serious consideration of ofCeejKvess ofc ofCoseesr
CeejKvess was another aDOtIIertile cbaracterfaadon cbaracterfaadonor
or the bin by the Wisconsin to Senator Senatorone Senaterbffon SenatorNmer
Nmer tars has anyone one undertaken undertakeny UDde undertakenprsouety Ma
prsouety y to put throttsh CongreM C akmte a1 a1bMrfeer a aIIaner
bMrfeer for forxtbe the mononotlsstloit t and op oppressksn opI spen
pressksn en ef eltel the commence weecUte of the country t j jsuch
such as cis > carried hi the devious htae htaegusr hmj hmjSUMPB i
SUMPB and hidden HUIUSSLJ Ier of tmsj tmsjiilsnurtiU this thisme
JDf JDfft re retr Ull81
ft hater has tit been atten t tto > s lo loto
to redo the JNGIIe fIIC ua countryMb country
Mb riglds a hearing sad sadto
to iilsnurtiU h II l1 ffjna n en the theof tIIeofo IItr7I osm osmrad
rad of ofo U the coaatnr ene lbo > pvMfe bnv border borderof en enef I
ef tesnportatiaaasthasns tnneportattao 4 tktil1D har cs to totJI pay Interest mtexestand Interestand
and dividends upon Ul the watered watereds
s st ccks and bonds whicli unrestrained unrestvatoedcorporate unre unrestrainedcorporate tra te4cerpoIIate I
corporate greed has MOt anoat a In the thet I
t financial 1a1 > channels cnanaels of f this t country countryttee
Senator Senatorthe La JlfIJeU e thus a ain 1IP
the II 0 tile Department Depay ent oC 1 Jue Juerice
rice fa in the Hew N Haven case caseAnd caseAnd
And so Jar President PI Pees eild dent e stands stand talc IIIease thisease talcA
ease A railroad coaaoiuiy engaged in inOonf
Oontnue4 Oonf nued on P h Posse ge Fourteen FourteenHTlKINLEySGALEO Fourte8lLMT FourteenMKINLIn
HTlKINLEySGALEO HTlKINLEySGALEOWor MT e MKINLf MKINLIne SCALED SCALEDREPORT CALEDr
REPORT r L FRmfl s 1 lit ALASKA ALASKAWor LASKAVor
Wor dFrom Fairbanks As Asserts Asserts Asserts ¬
serts Top of Mountain MountainIs
Is Reached ReachedkTTLB ReahedsaTTL ReachedSialTTLi
saTTL SialTTLi kTTLB April m I3w HWord Word reached reachedher reeIHMIhere resoledhere
her here from f Fnirbankx Alaska that the theFairbanks UtePaIr thePacbnks
Fairbanks PaIr Jtt Ktnh Kialey y expedition or orMt or orby
1 practical uIia uIia1Ias explo ors orslung
lung ateeeeded 1 H H 11M It eIIIIIW etieabing w UN tsp r rXt ofMt
Mt XcKJntey They required requk ewe utoath utoathto
to make the ascent ascenttrace a ascentThe t
The11art7 The party reports that t etIRd 1M 1Mtra notrace
trace < of the renofde which Cook ekI onHms onHmsbe tines tinesbe
be left at the Top of the CentfeeiK CentfeeiKKANSASREPORTS CentieentKANSAS tlAeDt tlAeDtKANSAS
I KANSASREPORTS KANSAS REPORTS
2 EARTHQUAKE SHOCKS SHOCKSKANSAS SHOCKSKAiSAS SHOCKSKANSAS
KANSAS CITY April AprlI12SUght 12 1Slight 9ight earth oarthqnake rtbqUlake earthquake
quake shocks were recorded on the sets setstoday seiah I Ipb I
megraph pb of the University of Kass Kasstoday Kaa61
today apparently b bet t ean 4 at LIM and a a111I Wn 19Nwnles > i imiles
miles to the southward soutbwardTwo southwITwo southwardTwo
Two shocks hating on one Beesnfl JtecMNIthe six sixthe and andthe
the other five mraies are reported reJHKt
CHIEF OF ROBBER BANDCLOSE BAND BANDCLOSE
CLOSE FRIEND OF KING KINGGermaay KINGGer KINGerrnaaY
Germaay Ger naay Startled When Millionaire Philanthropist PhilanthropistCHIEF and andReligious andReliigious andReligious
Religious Writer Is Proven to Be Notorious NotoriousCriniiinalof Noto NotoriousCriminal jqus jqusCdrninalof
Criniiinalof of FortYYears Forty Years Ago I
BBRLIK And 13 13Chaises Charftes May a amflHoaaire allh arnfUgirnire
mflHoaaire pnibuithropist llh lt of Dresden Dresdenauthor Dreauenaether Dr Dramhor
author of retfgioos books and stories storksfor storiesfor storiesfOr
for children dl a mtimate e friends of the theeml theKas theIfing
Kas 01 Saxony a a leader is t so soda
eml Hlte of Decodes was proved Kwe4BedIII to a aBerJta aBerlin
BerJta court today to 10whel8e be a notorious Botoriousboee notoriousehasusd
ehasusd whose boee lawbreakiaf 1KeJdDg exploits exploitslc exploitsarde4 exploitsstartled
startled all Germany forty years age afjOIt ageIt
It was shown that JIe bat undergone undergonet II I L ItOft
t lc e prison termF one from 1SW lii7i to toaM Was Wasand 1Z
and had been the chief ef f a band of rob1 rob robbers
bers and desperadoes ct racoes vho whose e violence violenceterrorized vloleaoetIVIk vioiewaet
t terrorized < the wh whOle le M t Saxony Other Othermembers Otherof Othermembers
members of Mays May band were e convicted convictedef
ef murders mur hers of which It fe now wae wae1f8 believedMa7 believed believed3aay
3aay was the inettgntor inettgntorThe j jI1Ie inetgatorThe
The w unmasking askiafr of > t 4ay who fer ferscore ferSC9te a avote
score of years yea s bad kept his ideutitYeoa ideutitYeoacealed identity eaa eaacealdd 9Qcealed
cealed and had been trying to compen eo ¬
sate for his dark past by living hi a life lifeifhat
ifhat that admoet rivaled Jean Vaijeans a in inLebIiM
Its Jt deeds was the work or Herr
LebIiM = the socialist leader of Dresden den
and president t of the Dresden Trades TradesLebi
Union UnionLebiu U I
Lebiu Lebitacked recognized r May a aDd d openly taidmed at ¬ i
tacked ked him dmed demanding cJ that he bo
thrown out t of Dresden as a moral lop
er May denied the accusations accu > atitsns and to
strengthen 8tr llllltlae this denial which w lch wa was = gen genbrought gens
era s i aily y aerepted he brought brou < bt a libel suit suitagain Milta suitagainst I
a against again Lebtus which was cons concluded laded to teI ¬
day with a verdict for Or Thius TA ius the judges
declaring that be had produced JH conclu conclusive conelush conciuSiv ¬
sh sive proof of ev every ry one O of his charge ch
May r collapsed nap ed and wept like a child childwhen cblldwlMU childwhen
when the judgment jud 1eIK was announced A Agreat A Agreat
great number n mbfor of friend who accompaa
tedMl led 1 May to fOOUIt stet rt confident eoD t pr a triwwphsaat tri
1BnPba LS1111 ae nlk 1 were damfoimded damfoimdedat
at the verdict yeydict They deserted May after
tile verdict refusing to have ha rave anything ahythinsi
i to do with him
ROOSEVELT SIDES SIDESWITH SIDESWITH
WITH PINCHOT IN INCONSERVATION I
CONSERVATION CONSERVATIONAccepts WAR I
Accepts An Invitation to Ad Address Addre ¬
1
dress dre a Convention to Be BeHeld BeHeld BeHeld
Held At Kansas City CityBOTH CityBOTH CityBOTH
BOTH START EARLY EARLYFOR EARLYFOR EARLYFOR
FOR TRAMP T AMP IN WOODS WOODSColonel WOODSColonel WOODSColonel
Colonel Appears Piqued BecauseTaft Because BecauseTaft BerauseTaft
Taft Failed to Send a Friend Friendto
to See Him HimPORTO HimPORTO 6 6PORTO
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PORTO MATJRIZ30 April 12 1cI 1cITheodore l2CMTheodore CoU CoUTheodore
Theodore Reeeevett ett today accepted an aninvitation aaInvltttoa anInvitation
invitation personalty delivered 6Ced by Gtf Gtfford Gt Gtford I Ifonl
ford Pinchot whom President rUt re removed removed removed ¬
moved as chief forester t4 rea ef the United UnitedStates URltedStat UnitedState
States Stat to address the meetias of the titsNatlssai theXationai eNatJo
Xationai ai Conservation League LeagueThe LeAgveThe LeagueThe
The meeting will probably be held in inKaaeae 1ftKaa inKara
Kara City early e 7 in September SeptemberThe
The acceptance of o this Invitation ID R lets letsthe JetsUte letsthe
the Ant real light Into the nature of theeonfldential the tbeconfldential theeoaAdeDtIaI
confldential Interviews that were ww begun begunyesterday begunyesterday gun gunrda7
yesterday rda7 between 1Mtw the former President Presidentand PreetcleQtad Presidentand
and Pincher and wees snthusiasticaliy enthuelastlcellyreruaded snthusiasticaliyresunted a8tjcQUy a8tjcQUyto
resunted today todayBoth todayBoth yBoth
Both Roosevelt and Ptochot continue continuetheir oo continuet ttnue ttnuetheir
t their hh sphinxlike sphtnx ilke silence regarding 18IJ 1Itg thesubjectmatter the thesubjectmatter theabjectmatter
subjectmatter of the conversations conversationsut rGlWer aUona aUonat
ut t ta view of todays s developments developmentsUiJs welopAtenuIIIIeDce
refs silence Is no longer baffling bl tag the thecorfcspandonta thecorr theIn
corr corfcspandonta dlllt In fact the correspond correspondent COC Dd Ddeats ¬
ent eats were not baffled from Ute first firstbut ftnt1AIt fretbut
but they seeded something besides besidesmere besidesmereconjecture < mere merre mereconjecture
conjecture re en which to bane their con eonvitatlan conc concludo
cludo c an the acceptance t tide In Indtadaa inrItatior
vitatlan has given them the needed peer peerThe pegThe S STlae
The etgninrsnre egzd caaee of todays aeeeptancti aeeeptanctienc cceptD cceptDIs
Is apparent enc One of Roosevelts pet petreforms etWIW petefoems
reforms was the conservation movement J80V8iD8DtPIacbot IROVOSISIItPluchot movementPtochot
Ptochot was his right bower wer Ptochot Ptochotaad Itachotaa4 Pincihotwed
wed Secretary ry Ballmcer ran a foul foulPresident fouli foulPresident
President Fr 1I1i1ult Taft supported Mr Cabinet Cabinetmember Cabinetmember
member 1 and called for the resignation resignationof r tlo1 tlo1of
of Plnchoc PlnchocSsisevalt PlnchotRaesevdt
clIotRMee1ltllt
Ssisevalt Believei Piaehet PiaeMtaat PinebetRoosevelt PiaehetRoosevelt
Roosevelt has heard the Wncnot side sideof afdeoC sideof
of tly th esntroveray accepted Ied his friends friendsimiimsnlr fttendrmataoebs
imiimsnlr 11 and without waidito to hear boartram hearfrom 1Mrt
from t the other side he be has indicated indicatedthat 11MIIct 11MIIcttIIat hdkatedthat
that ala sympathies t aN all with Pin PiDdMt Pinehst
dMt ehstit I IIt
It I I K da1 1JIIiw n ftt ftttbat t tthat
that BuossvBlt Ria I walt te I9Iag nuts to Mni nmrn ef etherplans ether etherUon urof
plans of tile Americas p kiai Mtua sttuatlsa j jtift
Uon before he returns to the United UnitedStates UaItedThe
States The report that Francis Honey Heneyformer lieaeyf Honeyfortn
f fortn former r prosecutor of Sea Fmncfeeo Fratsclcoand Fmncfeeoand JI JIaD4
and Seth Bullock United States mar marat j jbat
bat 1 at t Deadwood E So D are to meet meetsituation mKthim sec t thim
him Sa Europe aDd disclose tad him M Maituadea thesituation
situation hi their respective terrkerieSbears territories territoriesbears terrkerlesMat
bears out this conclusion conclusionHtosy cencluotoaUsaey lIeIlCUDaDd
Usaey and Bullock are u stench supporters sup supporters HPOrten ¬
porters of Roosevelt RooseveltThoucn RooseveltThough eIt eItM
Though be has said nothing it is be becomte be be0MIItDg becoming
coming comte daily more apparent that Colonel ColonelReeeevett CoIcmetlunfJlt ColonelRoeevett
Reeeevett te disappointed that President PresidentTaft PresidentTaft
Taft baa not sent aa emissary ef theArattos the theAdministration theto I
Administration to give tae Admiatetra Admiatetratioa Admiaistrarlion
I
lion side of the various oeatreverstea oeatreversteasow I IBOW
sow en in AxBerioaAs America i iAB
As the conservation movement in inAmerica InA InAmerica
America A te one of Ute liveliest QHestloas QHestloasnow
now before tbe Americas public Roose Roosevelt R0osevelts RooseveIts ¬
velt velts willingness to speak at the iae meet HleetlAg meet1ng t ting
lAg of the Conservation League indi indicates 1odIthat indicates ¬
cates that be has h loot none of his old oldlove oldeye oldlove
love for a aHad ftsht ftshtHad
Had be wished to avoid bete being drawn drawainto QW1ISMo drawnInto
into controversies ODt it is the opinion o ef efthese eltIIoee ofthose
these who are doeest to hint II at thepresent the thepresent thepr8Mllt
present time that he weald have refused refusedPtnchofs r1I8edPIIIdIots refusedPhscsots
Ptnchofs tevttatfcm tevttatfcmPtecfaofs IIIYkatIoRPk InvitationPit
Ptecfaofs Pk eliots ots meeting wtt with Roosevelt Roe yes yesterdror ywtsreky
terdror tested almost aI until midnight ht and andthat antIuat andthat
that ft Jtwu was entirely satisfactory sat ctory to the ex exforester Xt9rMter oxforester
forester was shown by y the bread smile smilethat smilethat
that lighted his face when be returned returnedto
to his hotel
hotelOif
OS ea e a Tramp TrampHe
He was off a again ain at 8 oclock thismorning this thismorning this1DOn11ag
morning for Miss Carews villa where wherebe wherehe wherebe
be and Roosevelt Roo again started 8tart en a along aoaK along
long tramp trampit trpIt
it certainly seems like old 01 timesPlaehot times timesPinchot UmesI1DChot
Pinchot said to tae correspondents correspondentswho eorr pondeata pondeatabo
who bo tried to break 1 through his guard guardMy guard guardMy guardJlly
My talk with Roosevelt reminded me meof me meof meof
of the strolls we e used to take about aboutWashington aboutWhID aboutWashington
Washington WashingtonThere WhID WhIDThere WashingtonThere
There was a rin ring of gnlncanee si > In InFlncbofs inPlDdiOtS inPincbots
Flncbofs words wordsAnother or wordsAnother
Another perfect day gr srreetad eted the thel thelPeevelts
raeevelto l elta at Miss XI Careers villa villaWherever villaYer villaWherever
Wherever Yer the Rooeevelts R4 sr = in inwhether ct t today todaywhether Y Ywhetbe
whether walki walktU ff or riding they 1M were weregreeted werereete4 weregreeted
greeted reete4 enthusiastically eath ly by the ti villagers vil villagers vtlIagen ¬
lagers who several ral times tI boabarded boabardedthem knlNirdedtIHmI benbasdedthem
them with bouquets of violets and andMRS aDdr aDdMRS androses
r roses rosesMRS
MRS STONES PENSION PENSIONTO
j TO BE RETURNED RETURNEDThe
The Senate this afternoon passed PL ed a abill aWII abill
bill by Senator Lodge for the relief of oftbe ofthe ofthe
the contributors ee to the HOen N Stone Stoneransom StOltera Stoweransom
ransom ra om fund The bill has been pend pending pendlAg pondlag ¬
lAg ta Congress for a long o g period It Is Isiateaded JeiM8R isintended
intended ed to enable bIe the Secretary Secr tQt = of ofState ofStte ofState
State to return the money raised by byvarious byvarlou byvarious
various persons to pay the t e ransom of ofMiee ofHIleR offlee
flee Bllen N Stone an Amortcan m msionry rote rotestonary mIssIoBry
stonary to Turkey who was setaed ed by byands
brtpJKis b ands in Bfc The appropriation carrie car carin carriea
riea rie in the bill is nli40 nli40WOUNDED SQ SQI SQV10UNDED l 00 00WOUNDED
WOUNDED I WOUNDED BURGLAR BURGLARCONTINUES BURGLARCONTINUES BURGLARCONTINUES
CONTINUES WORK WORKCHICAGO WORKCHICAGO WORKCHICAGO
CHICAGO April opdl12TAe 12 ° The fact that he hewas hewas hewas
was wounded did not prevent Thomas ThomasJohnson ThomasJOOR6OD ThomasJohnson
Johnson a negro burglar from con continuing CORtJlluIa conthiutsg ¬
tinuing tJlluIa his business Johnson was ar arrested arre arrested ¬
rested re as he was emerging g iron f ron a house houeeI
1 ntbe woodlawn police dtetilct dlsb Jet laden ladenwith JadfttwtUa ladeswith
with plunder White waiting for the thepatrol thepatrol thepatrol
patrol wagon h he escaped Two deter detectives deteeUve deterfives ¬
fives fired red a at him and one 011 ef r the bul bullets HIlet bulleta ¬
lets struck him on the band bandThe MuHI11Ie bendThe
The negro immediately resumed the thework thework
work of robbing bosses in the t e vicinity
I but the trail eT o blood led to his arrest arrestAS anestAU arrestAll
AS that he saved from the toot wasthree wasthree was wasthree
three nickels and a LIncoln penny
Gets Half H lf of 10000000 10OO OOO II
I
taa taaSIRS
MRS EDWARD B B McLEAN McLEANDaBgkter MCLEANDaughter cLEANDaugktcr
Daughter of the Late Tneaas T F Walsh Under UD er Terms ef Will Just Filed She SheDivides SheDi SheDivides
Divides Di Estate With W tk Her Met er
COMMITTEF MITTEE MITTEEGIANTMEMORIAL FAVORS FAVORSGIANT
GIANT GIANTMEMORIAL GIANTMEMORIALAction MEMORIAL MEMORIALAction
>
Action Is Taken on Wanamaker Wana Wanamaker Vanamaker
maker Scheme for Statue Statuei
i of Indian IndianThe
The House Committee en Library LIbrar7reponel to today today ¬
day reported out the b bin tt giving to toJD Red Redman Redman ¬ I
man JD WawunaJMr It of New TorJc Yodta and his hniassociates hisassociates
associates the right to erect a statue statuete
te the American Am 1caa Indian In New York YorkHarbor YOI1tBarbor YorkHarbor
Harbor HarborThe BarborTIle HarborThe I
The movement to erect a aJROrIat giant me mewas memodal
modal to tOt fast ta8twas disappearing Indian Indianwas
was lDa Inaugurated ratecl hi New N York a year yearago yeara yearago
ago by Mr r Wanamxker The statue statuewhich Btat1Iewhich statuewhich
which will cost several hundred thou ttooasejMi UaoaS8IId thousand
sand dollars will be erected through throughpublic throIItdtpublic throughpublic
public subscription under the supervi supervision supervision ssupervisbn ¬
sion of the Government GovernmeatTJte GovernmentThe
The chairman of tbe Senate and House HouseCommittees BouHt HouseCorntitee
Committees t on Library the theWar Secretary ofWar of ofWar
War the secretory of the XJT N 7y and andRobert nailRobert 1 1Rohert
Robert C Ogden are appointed to select se select lie lieJeet ¬ I
lect the site sic for the memorial and its itsdesign JWWga itsdgn I
design designSZECHENYIS dgnSZECHENYIS WgaSZECHENYIS
I
SZECHENYIS AID SCIENCE SCIENCEof
VI VNA A April 13 TIle reeeet reeeetanol7JR0U8 recentanonymous
anonymous donors of q > 1sE91 tie t the theAcademy t1IIeAeadenay
Academy of Selenes for Ute Uteof promotion promotionof
of the study s of Ute Kt Ktguage EfJ ld ldgnase
guage fJ and Institutions Institutionsturned ttttea have haveturned ve
turned out to be Count sad Countess eoa II
I Soecbenyi
TUBERCULAR IMMIGRANT IMMIGRANTADMITTED IMMIGRANTAD1vlITTED IMMIGRANTADMITTED
ADMITTED ADMITTEDSecretsrY UNDER BOND BONDSecretary BONDSecretary
Secretary Nagel Authorizes Autho izes Admission of Oxford Pro Professors Professorzs Professors ¬
fessors Son Who Intends Going to Colorado for forTreatment forTreatment forTreatment
Treatment Treatment for White Plague
I With his hope of being treated in this thiscountry thlBCOVRtry thiscountry
country for tuberculosis ta Q D8ia fast ebbing ebbingbecause ebbkagbecause l lMcause
because be was held a prisoner by theimmigration the theimmigration
immigration authorities at TUfe Uls island islandGeorge bIIaRdGeorge InlandGeorge I
George E Romance son an Oxford OxfordUniversity OxfordUniversity OxfordUniversity
University professor or Ran suddenly oft lifted ofted
ed from his slough of despond peBctaftent09R 1tttj this thteafternoon thisafternoon
afternoon by y a decision of Secretary of ofCommerce 0ComInercQ ofCommerce
Commerce and Laber Xaeel to admit admithim atblm admithim
him under bend bendRomanes endROIIIJteS bendRomani
Romanes was aboard an aunJce immigration immigrationservice immigrationservice
service service nJce barge with his wife and two twoinfant twoiDfant twoInfant
infant sons when w eft the Secretarys SecretaryeIMon de deefcion dccI
efcion cI doon was communicated to him He Heasked Heasked Heasked
asked to be landed immedfeieiy InnRedIatelJt1tet so sothet sothat
that he could eo ld arrange to give gIe1IIM gIe1IIMt the bend bendtbe bendthe
the t e amount of o which w IB SfH Sto me e Mtends Mtendsto iatoindnto
to leave lea e at once for Colorado where wherehe wilerhe wherehe
he will be treated treatedThe treatedThe ated atedThe
The Atlantic Transport LIner Mhm 3 Mhmf ioac
f
LETTER LEnERFlSI LEnERFlSIBrother FROM BRYAN BRYANIS
IS PROVED PROVEDGENUINE PROVEDGENUINEBrother GENUINE GENUINEBrother
Brother Relieves Doubts of ofBanquet ofBanquet ofBanquet
Banquet Committee CommitteeBy CommitteeBy CommitteeBY
By WireAll Wire WireAH
AH doubt ef f the letter to be read readby rea rea1IY readby
by Cotter T Bride at the Jefferson JeffersonDay JMenDa7 JderseeDay
Day dinner April S 11 having hvI been writ written writtea ¬
tea by William Jennings Bryan was wasremoved Wastld8 wasremoved
removed this morning when a telegram telegramfrom t ttroIa telegramfrom
from the brother of the former candi candidate Idate candidate ¬
date for tae Presidency we was received receivedby recelyedThe recsivodby
by ytf r Bride BrideThe BrideTb
The Tb sender r of the message te diaries diariesB
B Bryan and be wrote this telegram teteenunPress M1esnmPJoeN telegramPress
Press dispatches Mate that t your yourbanquet JIItbaIIquet yourbanquet
banquet committee doubts Ute s genuine sneDMII genuinetees awtn awtnnesn
tees of Mr Bryan s < letter fie wrote wroteI
It and the ComJPOller of r neat Friday FrlGTpgbllldtftl Fridaypublishes
I publishes it as having Ylas been sent to totbe tothe
tile banquet 1Iet committee in response 0Se to SB SBinvitation anInvitation
invitation to Mm MmCHARLES binsCHARL7S
CHARLES W BRYAN BRYANWhen BRYANWb BRYANWhen
When the letter K was read at the meet meettar JIIeet1aat rneetlng
tar last night of the committee e in incharge tit1IarXP lecharge
charge of tile Jefferson Day banquet banquetsome 1 basluetsome et etjRSt
some pretest against jRSt the views viewsexpre viewwsxpreeeed express expressed efd ¬
ed on different questions tio was made madeDoubt DldeDouI madeDoubt
Doubt t was expressed JK by y same as to tire tbeauthenticity theauthenticity
authenticity of the letter it being as asserted Mrted asserted ¬
serted rted that Mr air Bryans daughter 1Mer or orsome oro1De orsome
some one else was the th author
waska which w l4 decked ci yest yesterday < y brought broughtRomanes broutktRomaaes broughtRomaaes
Romaaes and his family over from r m Len Leadon LendoDo Lendon
don A Aarifte Marine Hospital Ho pital surgeon ex examined examined examined ¬
amined Mr r Romanes aDd declared he liebad hehadtabercUJo hebad
bad hadtabercUJo tuberculosis tuberculosisThis tubercuIoeleThis Is IsThis
This morning Commissioner ef Im Immigration Immlgratlon Immigration ¬
migration Williams at Bills Island Islandwired IslandIred Islandwired
wired Ired Washington for instructions ins JUons as asto asto asto
to what disposition to make ma tnakof of the thecase theease thecase
case It was stated that it was tbe tbenrst tbeAnt thefirst
Ant tubercular case Ellis Island has hasbed hasb8d hashad
bed in years although the Department Departmentfrequently Departmentfrequentiy epartmentf1eqv8IItJy
frequently had to deal with similar similarcases slmltartMItS similareases
cases arising alon along the Canadian her border horShould herder ¬
der derShould Should liomanes l omantS recover his health healthin
in Colorado it was said by Commis Commissioner C Commissioner mmis mmistoner ¬
sioner Keefe this morning that bv bysnbstantlating bvsubstantiating b b81betantlting
substantiating the fact before a court courtbtr COlJrtcoald coqrtbu
btr could secure the t e cancellation of his hisbond hisHD hisbond
bond HD He will be required r ured by the theGeverameat theGeCernRM8t theGeverniaoat
Geverameat to come Wi en contact withfew withas with withas
as few persons as possible po lble ia making makingthe maklngthe makingthe
the trip from New York to Colorado
WIDOW IDO DIVIDES DIVIDESWALSH
WALSH MILlIONS MILlIONSWITH I IWITHDAUGHTER
WITH WITHDAUGHTER HER HEROne I IOne
One Hundred Thousand ThousandDollars ThousandDollars ThousandDollars
Dollars Left to Charity CharityBy CharityBy CharityBY
By Dead Man ManRESIDUE ManRESIDUE ManRESIDUE
RESIDUE A TRUST TRUSTEXTENDING TRUSTEXTEi4DING TRUSTEXTE
EXTENDING EXTE iDING 10 YEARS YEARSAt
At Its Expiration Expira Qa the Estate Is to toBe toBe toBe
Be Equafly Shared By Bythe Bythe Bythe
the Two Women Women3Crs W WomenMrs en enXrS
Mrs Carry B B Walsh w widow nr dow and andAirs MMltrs andMrs
Airs Evelyn B XeLoan dcu daughter g ter of ofthe cKUte ofthe
the tot late Thomas F Wa W Walsh tIk sfe will re receive reh retelve ¬
ceive h practically praeti ally the 1N entire estate left leftby leftby leftby
by the mniae mn iag king whisk w Mk is 1 var variously V Vl rarieusly ¬
iously l osly estimated at from r eight te ten tenmilUoa t teaminion R Rminion
minion dollars dollarsOn deUanO dollarsOne
O One On hundted thousand dollars is left leftto leftto leftto
to charity B Bet t in making maki g this iI be benest be be4Iueet bequest
quest nest Mr Walsh nand am d BO so S9ectAc S9ectAcbeDeAelarles specaebeneflclarles ctac ctacbeneficiaries
beneficiaries but provided e4 that the theamoant UteamoaDt theamount
amount be turned over to the widow widowlevins wWewJe8vtng widowleasing
leasing her to t divide It amoo among g such swcapersons MlCkenoRS suchpersons
persons and in s such ch amounts as s she shekaows Mkaows sheknows
kaows to be my wish la reerenoethereto reference referencethweto reer8llOeUtMelo
thereto For this amo amount at tKrs Mrs Walsh Walshis Wai Wails
is to be aceoontable U to no eoort art and aadto aacIto andto
to no personThe person personTbe pw8OLTbe
Tbe will dated January U last and aadcodicil Ada
a codicil en the same date was filed filedfor Aledtor sledfor
for probate today and names the theAmerican theAJJ1eleaa theAmerican
American Security and Trust T Com Cornpstay Compctny 0paay
pctny trustee tr1 tee and executor executorThe execatorThe executorThe
The widow and daughter Pter wall wWIn fit fitIn d dIn
In equal shares all pornanai BefeBg BefeBgings g gtngs gings
ings in 1 the Msnonchnnetta avenue a res residence r rldeace resldence ¬
idence and sine in tbe summer homo homoof Mateof homeof
of the WaJtme I in Clonssel Cl Cote CeI be besides eskls besides ¬
sides the horses carriages arrIa and a auto autJn automobiles to ton
n Jn mobiles > oMles
bllesTn
Traet t fee Tea Years YearsAll YearsAll TreatsAll
All of f tine the rcmammg estate eeaeti eeaetitntes esostitutes i itat
tat tntes > a tmtf fund which tenet exist for 2orten fortest fortea
ten yeans following 1 Mr Walls W slts death deaxhannnsl 4eadLthJ deathDuring
During thJ tilt period the thethe net Iecsne from fromthe
the estate is to be divided equally waIJJ Ie Ietween between
tween the wIdOw ad doughtr Is MIDi senninammi MIDiDD1Il
annnsl payments TIle Th mist of ofwidow oCpoesI dis disposal
poesI reels with taM lb tresbs wits me metUII theetas4ab
etas4ab tUII tUIIWIiIIa of tttebeneIeieeiaet tttebeneIeieeiaetWan
Wan dhf tit tt at thus Ie Ietb ate atetire
tire tb eMfIII is eeiM Is to M transferred to the thewidow tltewidow
widow TiH daugbtaer n nand in squat tIIIuu tIIIuuaM shortsand
and ptovislon ICOW is made for tGCon the dfc dtsposi dtsposities osi osiof
on of the charf oC either in tile event RDtor eventof
of the death of either before the ten teatears tenyears WItears
years ears have ha passed pa8MCLT passedThe passedwill
T The right t to dispose o of her irate by bywill VY VYW1U
will is given either of the thebut thebut D Dbut
but sbouW a tld the widow widowttnneoleant ttnneoleant die in infore 1Dfore
fore that oime am ame the a netshare net income from her herBhaW hforshare
BhaW share will rdl bTpaid be paid to Mrs Mcfreem uu turn uutil uutil
til the expiration of the trust trustShould truKBaby trustBaby
Baby Eventually Gets Property PIpartyShould PropertyShould
Should fe V e daughter da er and wife J 11 both bothdie 11 11dt >
die dt inters lnterattr ite within the tn tIBtbe yean yeanthe yearsthe
the estate is to be siawtdered sw trres rendelect 10 mAmerican e tn tnAmerican thAmericaD >
American Security T and Trust c COD eouand CODand ° 3 °
and to Edward B McLean n Mr Wafcli WalshPeainiaw Wafclioainlaw s sand
oainlaw inlW as trdetees tr trof for the ebisdre ebisdreof 11 11of
of Mrs M Mclean MeLeaaSbouId
ShouW a Mt this is tn trust H become oneratiTt oneratiTtit ri
it mil terminate wb wb8a n tbfJ the present preeJItshall SS SSshall an anshall
shall reach the age 8 of l4tl twen l4tlThe < Tone ToneThe oas
The codien l to Ute wm till preves p tba tbacertain that thatcertalB
certain lots in Browns BroomsDeaver padditisS addtt aAktIIiDa to toDenver toDeever tocertain
Denver Cob become the abeetot abeetotj vt vtproperty t tpropert7
j JiSperty property of Mrs Walsh WalshprovtskMi aIM sadprovision kt ktplOYlSlou
provision for Turner A A Wises We Wethe WleMUI T Tthe
the he agent ent of the Wah Walsh properties properttesIt tW tWIt
It provides provides that Mr W Wtckenbam Wickersham cken ckenmain t y ymain
main in such a capacity dnrtns ctu ring ringtenure td tdtenure tI tItenure
tenure of the trust and net that he MI MIpaid i ipaid an anpaid >
paid the he sam compensation com tton as he now nowreceives 1IHreeeiws nt + w wreceives
receives receivesAlmas reeeiwsWASHINGTON receivesASH1NGT0N
WASHINGTON SENDS SENDSLARGEST SENDSLARGESTSHRINER
LARGESTSHRINER LARGESTSHRINERAlmas LARGEST SHRINER SHRINERAlmas
Almas Tern Temple Delegates DelegatesAmong DelegatesAmong DelegatesAmon
Among Amon g gIn 20000 Visitors VisitorsIn
In New Orleans OrleansJCKW
NEW ORLEANS April riI 32 1ZT1te The Ant nrstoesnlea Antes dirats
oesnlea s = in of tbe Imperial l Coumnl IdShriDers ef efSnrteers ofShrisers
Snrteers wee held this morning The Theimperial TIaeIDtperjal Theheperhtl
imperial divan was escorted from fr the St StCharles StCllaTIe8 StCharles
Charles Hotel to 0 the Scottish Rite 11 Cathedral Ca Cathedral CaUtedrI ¬
thedral in Carondelet street Fully Fully300s hlJ hlJIe Puny3en
300s Ie Shriners are here hereProminent JHrePromlt her herProminent
Prominent among the Alma delega detsgatton delegation deIegUoft ¬
tion who visited the Preach quarter of ofNew orNew ofNew
New Orleans Monday were Harrison HarrisonDmgxnn HanisonDhtgmR HarrisonDlagmas
Dmgxnn past imperial potentate tate Dr DrW Drw DrDw
W H H Wunder and Mrs Wunder A AL AI AL
L I Cucran C rraa R P Andrew Mrs An Andrews Andrews Andrews ¬
drews and Miss Rosen Andrews AadrewsThe AndrewsTbe A1MIrewsT
The largest Shrtner here is 16HolteR Noble NobiHoltea NobleHolies
Holies Wolfe of Ahaas Temple Washbgton Wash Washiwgton Waahton
iwgton ton who w O presents a conspicuous r a fig figure Agure Sgure ¬
ure in the crowded streets because of ofhis ofls ofhis
his ls unusual ulIu ual size weighing te the nefeh nefehbornood JNIhborbood adghborhood
bornood of three hundred hu red pounds and andwith andwith andwith
with about six and onehalf ooe feet to toMe toItls tohis
Me credit in height Noble Wolfe has 1uLsno hasno nasno
no trouble la getting about town not uotnithstandias notwithstanding notwithstanding
withstanding the condition COD of trash trashNoble traffleNoblo trsmeNoble
Noble Wolfe is the largest aaa ta the tbeWashington eWashlngten theWashington
Washington Ponce Department as ash weB wellas weBas
as one of tbe youngest t He never JMYfIre nrtnu nrtnues
Hear Heares
es an imperial session and andS always atwayssaves alwayssaves
saves S ves up his leave of absence credits creditsso
so that he can Join the Alms on their UMlr8Bnual theirannual theirannual
annual pilgrimage pilgrimageHIGH pilgrimageHIGH pilgrimageHIGH
HIGH PRICES HIT HITJOHN HITJOHN HITJOHN
JOHN JOHN D JRS dR S CLASS CLASSAnnual CLASSAnnual CLASSAnnual
Annual Dianef DinD r of Rockefeller RockefellerBible RockefelierBible RockefellerBible
Bible Students Costs Ten TenCents T TenCents I1 I1Cems
Cents More Moreof MoreVETS
I ET yRlt AIIIII DTIle high cost costof
I of t Itving ing ss as struck the class ef John JohnD J0ImD
I D Rockefeller jr Jr jrBIble BiMe net 11MAt nnsnO nnsnOAt a i iAt
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