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Maine Editor Gives Out OutStatement OutStatement OutStatement
Statement Giving Reasons ReasonsFor ReasonsFor j jFor
Says 15 Hightended H htaded Method M t A Adopt Adopted 9pt 9pted ¬
ed la Caucuses Has Disgusted Dis Disgusted Dtsed ¬
gusted ed Voters VotersThat VotersThat VotersThat
That Senator Eugene E Bale of Xatee Jamechalratan Xateechahmaa x xchaJrMAa
chahmaa of the Senate Aplr Appropriations AppropriationsCommittee taUona taUonaCommk1eee tJoe tJoeCOIDIIIktee
Committee head of the Republican cau caucus aucua ¬
cus and the oldest member of cauI theSenate the thebe t e eSenate
Senate in pant of serv ee ill 1Mtel lkdy to tobe tobe
be defeated for reelection te the cea ooalident ceatident COlII
tident t assertion of Frank L t Dtegtey g1ey of ofRepresentative ofewtetea
ewtetea wtM e MeMr
I Ilr
lr DIagIey Is a brother of tM late latetuUtor
Representative KebMm IN IJItaIeY Dhof s ey auti utor utorof orj orjof I
of the Dingley DtD ley tariff < law He te editor editorof ecJttorthe edttocof
of < the Lewiston Journal and has taken takentiirough takenthrOuph takenthrough
through his newspaper and aada otherwise otherwisea
a most active and Idaen influential al part in inthe IIIthfl Inthe
the movement mov ment to defeat Senator HaleMr Hale HaleMr Ha1eMr
Mr Dtngley DlD ley is in Washtngton W and asday to today today ¬
day gave out an interview dealing deali with withthe withthe withthe
the situation in his State He Hethe declares declaresthe eclaesthe
the campaign cD against the reelection of ofMr ofJIIr ofMr
Mr Hale to the Senate has gained gainedmomentum pIDIiflmomeatUIII gat e4
momentum ta the past few f weeks weehnafaert He Heaeaerte HeEert8
aeaerte that Senator Hale Is today a abeaten abeaten abeaten
beaten man manThe JIIaILTIM manTht
The campaign against Hates reeee reeeetion reehc1on re reeketon
tion rallies the rank and Qe of the Bepubllcaa Be Befrials RePlbIlcaa
PlbIlcaa arty outside the FedenLlM FedenLlMkials Federal of ofFrtale
frials who ho are mortgaged 1DOrt to the sy syter syo syotew syters7 >
tew ter < says Mr Dtngley DtngleyJudge DlDIIIeyJudKe Doi Iey IeyJudge
Judge Powers te the Republican R can candidate CIIldate canle ¬
c didate > siate against Senator SenatorLangley Hale le and Mr MrIinicley JilrrJin
Langley 1e7 says there is a powerful hn imrresMoa hnpression JIaJlreS
pression Oll that if sentiment seatb + ent m favor 1 of ofPower 4KPowen ofFowermr
Power continues to increase the next nexttwo nextt
1 two wo weeks as it has in the past two twoweeks t tHIks twonooks
weeks HIks Senator SetL u < Hale win be forced to towithdraw tewihdrw tawihdraw
withdraw withdrawMr
Mr Dinghy gummed up the Maine MaineUatloa sit situation skuatioa ¬
uation as follows followsMaise flown flownMaine
Maine Stowtiea StowtieaJudge SihiatieILJuq SitnatieaJudge
Judge Powers who is the Republic Bepublieai
ai 811 > candidate f far r the Senate ag against againstHale ia t tHale t tHale
Hale has thoroughly eaavassed all alltne allthe
tne counties coua ett of Maine except Hancock Hancockcounty Hancoekcounty Hancockcounty a1I1
county which t b being belJl the borne county countycf
cf c the present Senator Dtort was deliber deliborately deliberately delilterI ¬
ately disregarded ded by fudge Juefee Powers Powersthat PowersEuadag PowersBreumiag
Euadag ail he eli did that Mr Hates Hatesc HteaCunty I
c cunty > unty would naturally go to toyithoat him himwithout binsWithout
without contest On Saturday unlv unlvg eventg even evening ¬
ing g April prtl a months hfore ont or the th el eltin elec electin lec lectin <
tin Senator Hales friends called caller a aIVpuMicajt aIpublican
IVpuMicajt r pubUcft representative caucus cauc at atr atJr
Jr < r Harbor which is 1 located in Intown the thetown thetown
town of Eden Judge J epo Powers had not notsent DOtnt notf
f sent nt so much as a postage e stamp into intoI lato1at intoiar
I 1at > ar Harbor but it was wa known a few fewcays fewrays fewr
rays r ay s prior to the caucus that a con contest COI1te contest ¬
test te t was on onThe noThe enThe
The caucus was 11 characterized by bylammany gross grossTammany greenrammany
Tammany methods the caucus laws of ofthe 0Hp ofthe
the State were flagrantly defied no nocheck JIGC nocheck
check C list was used and large lar mints of ofrriTiey ofUJlney ofnney
rriTiey were spent to secure votes The Theresult TIleTI Theresult
result TI ult was that more votes were east te tethe tnthe Inthe
the R Republican bllean caucus than the entire entireRepublican eaUreRepublicaa entirerepublican
Republican roll call of the town townIt townIt
It te an unforunate coincidence that thatthe tltatthe thatthe
the drunkenness dnmk and direct bribery that thatv tJaatere thatmere
mere v ere l t vogue artincally lifted the Hale Halevote HaleMe Hakecote
vote Me but notwithstanding ootwlthstand this fact Dr DrMorrison DrIorrbcm DrMortinon
Morrison the leading antiHale and andtowers andIfowen and1E
1E towers nwers candidate lacked but sixty sixtyhrotes sixtyCt sixtyltotea
hrotes Ct of a majority of about eight t hundred hun hundred AUDdred ¬
dred votes v M cast and the total vote of ofthe oCtlle oftie
the town both I > oth h parties te but about POt 991of 18 18c POtof
of c which about am Is nominally Demo Democ Democratic
ratio craticThe c ratioThe k
The aOair created a profound profouIHIMDM profouIHIMDM110n a aea aealion one n nton
ton in the community a sensation jtnsstionnhich sensationwhich 1
which hleh was spread throughout the State StateThe StateThe
The I e clergymen from their pulpits on ontne 011tne onthe I
tne Sunday following followla denounced the out outrage oatrage ¬ I
rage Sven men who voted the Hale Haleticket Haleticket
ticket insisted ed that If the nominee were werenot werenot ere ere110t
not withdrawn they would uolt his can candidacy e1Idldacy candidacy ¬ I
didacy didacyThe dldacyThe didacythe
The result re is that In Hales own owncounty owncounty
county friends of Judge J Powers F wen pre prevteusry preYWualy prevtously
vteusry inactive declared that this af affront affront ¬
front to good government will not be betolerated beol betolerated
tolerated ol ted and tt is predicted pred1ct that as a aresult a15ult aresult
result of the Bar parbor caucus Hates HalestlWrs Hatescwn j
cwn county trill send a contingent of of7epresentatives ofppreaentatires
7epresentatives to the Legislature t1lle op opposed op opTolcl opposed ¬ I
posed to Mr Hal HalIn H HaleIn I
In general terms it may be said that thatMaine thatIalne thatIalne
Ialne country towns will be for JPowers Judce JudcePowers J
Powers Po for the Senate whereas in the thecities tItecities thecities I
cities where the Federal officials are areSBore aremore I IJJlre
more powerful It te conceded Hale asi asia as asa ta
a rule will carry the caucuses especially espe j jcially i icialIy
cially If enthusiasm for the Maine San Sanz SenStor SeDI SeDItor
Stor z tor Is aroused br b the methods which whichfper wblebeter whichAver
Aver in vogue vo in Bar r Harbor However Howeverat
at > many Maine cities under Hales Halee dom domination domnatlon domination ¬
ination of the Maine Republican machine ma macraTlc machine I
chine have In recent years gone Democraric Demo Dem0craTic
craTlc Hates victory ta the caucuses caucusesof
of < f Maine cities would not insure re him a alarge alarge
large legislative UWl vote voteBut voteBut voteBut I
But not all the cities will successfully saoeeeatuUycauseu successfullycaucus aAIy aAIycUCIIS
caucus causeu for Hate Auburn a strong B BContinued ifee ifeeOentteued
1 1NDdecl
Continued on Seventh Page PageWEATHER PageWEATHER
Excessive Ex ye n rains o have fallen ha Mary MaryIand Maryland
land the District of Columbia and Vir Virginia VIrglnJa Virginia ¬
ginia Over the Western eatrro half of the theIt tbCOuatry thecountry
country the weather h has been fair fairIt fairIt
It Is warmer in New England and the themiddle themiddle themiddle
middle Atlantic States but In the in interior lit littfrlor lnterlor ¬
terior low temperatures tures continue gent gen generally gellera1ly ¬
t erally with freezing f temperatures and andsnows andEnoWB andflows
snows as far south as St Louis LouisFORECAST LouIsFoRBCAST Lou LouFORIlICAST
Showers and cooler Upright f plt and Tues Tuesdaymoderate IUe5day These ¬
day daymoderate moderate aouthovij Noadt soehr y winds becom beosmIng becoming iteeeM1nJ ¬
e ing variable
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Tode Todem TodapDigb tide 71 t7 a to aan IIiI IIiIp 3 f fp
p > m Low tide 111 a m a gezd gezdP gezdToonterrwsHuh d SJI SJIp SJIToMo S STomorrow
Tomorrow ToMo ToonterrwsHuh raw High tide 427 4 Z a a i and 11IIIIIS
4 IS JS p m Low tide U a m and JIIe JIIep U UCONDITION
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PoteenM s1i sOgJttiy htIy eis dandy < y yFraa ts std 3heaaadoab SIIeIIaa SIIeIIaadoala
doala little ssuddy tads = aottim6 aottim6I
I Floorilhg Am geed 2 25 = = 5 Per IOC loo q Ft Ft3i FtFrUIk FtFrskLi4ey
FrskLi4ey Fraa FrUIk Xdbbey Ce CoAdv Ck 3i 8 N Y Ave AveAdv e eAdv
Names Worth 212 2 12 Cents Each to Toiling Enumerator EnumeratorDisappear EnumeratorDisa EnumeratorDisappear
Disappear Disa pear Rapidly In Voracious Animals On Onsiaught OnslaughtIncrease OnslaughtIncrease
siaught slaughtIncrease Increase of 40000 In City Predicted
There is a bulldog baiWe wandering wa dans abut afcMctiportion MItA abutAaacstn
A Aaacstn HUa Or the vtctIIIty vbi ky with wtcMItioR a gsdiy gsdiyparties
portion of the ceases of that titatJ cam caminanity e A Amuaity
muaity inside of MmWilliam Mm MmWiNtajH 1MBLWIlltaJR
William S S Broughten supervisor < of ofthe eCtJte ofthe
the senses enumeration la Washington Washingtondid WashiagtdW
did think t something soetkln of sending tIt tItpct t tprose a aposse
prose to eorral this dog hut upon uponoIId s sec second c coad
oad thought he decided to send the thecensus t thec e eeeIIU
census c enumerator back to Anacoetla te tecollect 19coIJect tocollect
collect the population data again againOn agaiROn againOn
On Saturday last this census enumer enumerator eDWBector eamecator ¬
ator worked hard and toward quitting quittingtime qulttiBftime quittingtime
time had almost filled up his hook with withfacts withfaets withfaces
facts and figures with regard to Ana Anaoostias D8CCMtia Anaooetlas
oostias cititzeBShtp and was making makingthe makinghie
111 WT te the ear line to go back to totile tothe
the office when he was attacked by a abulldog abul abulldog
bulldog bul The animal was peacefully re reclining r rc redining ¬
dining c at the saw of a modest looking lookinghome JooItIaghoe lookinghome
home which the enumerator NatOr thought lt he hewould hewould hewould
would visit having missed it on his hisout Jalsout hi hiout
out outAt trip tripAt trigAt
At his h approach the d dog M arose and to todrive tdrift todrive
drive him off the enumerator playfully playfullywaved pl piayfullywaved y1uUy y1uUywaved
waved his enumeration Book wherelpoa wherelpoathe
the animal leaped I a landing with ith both bothRebels bothCHANG bothCHANG
Rebels Throughout Hunan HunanProvince HunanProvince HunanProvince
Province China Crying CryingKill CryingKill CryingKill
Kill tHe ForeignersHANKOW Foreigners
HANKOW China Ch April AtIII1After 1 lAfter After Ave fivedays Aveor Avedays
days of rioting rlot a semblance of order orderal enterre orderwas
was re restored at Chang She today al although aJtbou atthough ¬
though the city fired by the antiforeign antiforeignand Ddf Ddflid
and antigovernment mobs was still stUIburning stillburning 01 01In
burning in several quarters Beyond the thedty tilecity thecity
city however turbulence Is increasing increasingKill
Kill the foreigners hi the w I < ord be being 1 eDf belag ¬
lag carried by rebel messengers mUJH Crs The Theprovince ThepIOYtnce Theprovince
province of Hunan In which te Chang ChangSka Cba CbaSIIa CbangShe
She is aflame and the long existent existentantiforeign existeatalldforelgn existentandforeign
antiforeign spirit ta Hupeh they prov province xovIDee irov irovInee ¬
ince to north is becoming beeoInIDSaccenIill5 more erwus erwusaccording riows riowsaccording
according to advices received here to today to today today ¬
day Fears Fea are felt for the Presbyterian Presbyterianminshin Pr PresbyterianmMsbn ytriaa ytriaaat
minshin at Chang Te Hunan 1i a hundred hundredmee tIIIdredfrOIII hundredmiles
miles from Chang She ShaIttoting 9aLh SheId
Ittoting Id hg has broken out ta Hankow Hankowand I Ilad
and 00 further C difficulty 4it8ct11t te autfcbjsttetf aurhyMdTtie autfcbjsttetfThe
The mlsMonextas and ether eUIerwile aodLj teretgner teretgnerwho isrelgneewho
who have taken refuge here o are a safe safehowever atoebowevtJl safehowever
bowevtJl11rHps Troops Mutiny Mutiayviceroy M1 MutinyReports Y I IRepor
Reports frost Chang SM today todaydIat ran ranshst
dIat tile aia tt tloopo rushed there by the tJKriceroy theviceroy
viceroy of Hupeh He had mutinied follow fottowtag followthe feiiowhag
tag the example of the 100e soldiers soWersstationed soWtentIoDed soldiersstationed
stationed tIoDed at Chans Ctaa She Xore troops troopswere trooswere I IHat
were sent to the city today j jIncendiary I Irebels 1Iene
Incendiary Iene iiary rebels are stirring up thttj thttjpopulace the thepopulace I
populace PGlI ta Hupeh The government governmenthas gfWer t
has prepared for strong strongrK repressive repreosivemeatnres I Imeasures I
measures meatnresThe rK j jThe tT1M
The British gunboat Thistle Thiedeat defrayed defrayedmt
at Yuchow Tue how by low water while trying tryingreach trturto
Mday to day ntade ado fur further
to reach Chang j jtMr I Ithee
French FrenchCrarabr
thee mttemptg to advance The FrenenCity
cJ1IUG Alger is Oft its way Bert BertCity borecity I
City Still Bodying B1m BodyingLONDON j jLONE I ILONDO
LONE LONDON > OX April 18 1SThe The foreign office etficereceived Ace j jtoday I Itoday
today gy received dispatches di from the Brit British BritI BritII ¬ i iish
ish legation at PeJdn P 11 saying that quiet quietleac e et ethad
had been restored < at Cha Cbaag g Sea where wheremobs I Ielgn I
mobs destroyed JIIIIeIoDIs aM ether f feIp for foreign
The British consulate consulatef consulateescaped
elgn property I
escaped the fury of f the rioters rhocity The Thecity ite itedty
city is still burning burningMete itUnalDgMe
i 4 4Mobs
Mete Me Rescue Rioters RiotersPEKING Ri9tersPE RiotersPEKING
PEKING PE JNG April JfXs Mobs today iCMla iCMlanHd res resrued rescued
rued from the e authorities the leaders of ofyesterdays j jyesterdays
yesterdays tat v nets at Hankow l a as they theywere theywere theywere
were about to be executed execxt OC1Itd + d The con connivanca connivance
nivanca of mutinous or dWaftected slieaftoctcdtroops dWaftectedtroops eccd eccdtroops
troops hi suspected suspectedThe su suspectedThe I ITile
The government enunetlt te greatly alarmed alarmedover I
over the situation Ja Hunan and adjoin adjoining a4JoInIItJ adjohmtog ¬
tog provinces Troops are areto beh being hasten hootoned hastenad
ed to several Important points pel ts and ef efforts efMts efforts ¬
forts made to facilitate the movement movementof
of rice riceTIw j
i The ricerouble trouble is believed here to be doe weatllllOSt doealmost j jalmost
almost entirely to the corner ta rice rleEaglaDd rier rieEngland j jEaglaad
England Warns China ChinaLONDON C ChinaLOIiDON ina inaLONDON
LONDON April IS ISThe The London pa papers papers ¬
pers continue to treat t the situation situationalarmingly sk8t1ony situationalarmingly I
alarmingly y Indications are that aa another aaI 1 1other
I other great t antiforeign > uprising is isbeginning isbeginning I Ithe
beginning the Star says The Leader Leaderdeclares derdeelrM Leaderdesriares
declares that China is about to pay paydearly plLydearly paydearly
dearly for the reaction which sweptsuch swept swepti weptauch
i such men as Grand Councilor Yuan YuanShi YuenShi
Shi Kl from her oouac councils councilsThe councllsThe Ism IsmThe
The English foreign office has b noti notified notJChlfteee notitied ¬
tied th the CHmeee government Yenneftt that it itwill itw111 itwill
will bold China responsible respo for a con continuation conI eontinuation ¬
tinuation of the ChangSLa trouble troubleand IeacI troubleand
I and this will probably lead China to toredoubled tored4MlbJed toredoubled
redoubled efforts to suppress the 1Ip 1Iprlldag uprinla p
1 rinla rinlaSURVEY rising risingSURVEY rlldagI
Leaves Maine for Capital Declar DeclarI Declaring DecJariag
I jog Belief He Will ViUBe ViUBeNomimtted Be BeNominated BeNoniirted
Nominated NomimttedLBWJSTON
i LBWJSTON Ie April liAfter a I
tweatyIetIr bowS survey of conditions conditionsI i
I ii leis tIIIJtriet Asher Co Hinds parila parilaI putkjuuy padiatantary
juuy I msntary derk of the national hone houtehas honehas owe owehas
has left for Washtegtoa a tm i + oa convteced convtecedthat oeadDcedI wnviucedthat
I that he will receive the Republican Republicannomination RepuWicantto Republicannomination
nomination tto for Congress over CoL Fred Fredi FredJHak FredHair
JHak i Hale HaleM M My canvass k n entirety te the hands handsof
of my friends but judging jud from what I II IeU Iam
am I believe eU e I shall receive the thedeclared theJN4 thehe
JN4 = Ita declared before climb cttmbing
I ing 6 aboard the trate In a large rge meas me8nre me8anre
1 nre Impracticable he steed up the theaci
t aci scheme e ne to elect him nenpartkmn nenpartkmnC9Ws JtCJMUtI8aaspNker aeripartisanspeaker
C9Ws speaker T
I It I tntek Mr Hinds will receive l e the thenomination tftPI
I nomination t on the tost ballot saysI says saysDr tIQ1IDr
I Dr Alfred King of this city who s sCMemateanaghr is ismajw
majw majwaad the csnppdp V blute tIIIe tIIIec latn latnate
CMemateanaghr c ate a ctkM sic 311 s Le eRli Violaand Viola saraDd
aDd Bldfiaford
Jaws nrmly fastened te true tnIehiMJoR bulldog buUoogfashion bulldogfashion
fashion en the book bookrushed beakWith I IWw
Ww the book hi W mouth the dtt dttIIMcI dug dugrushed
rushed Into the yard P and JMI the Ut enamor enamornine Mt mer merator merator
ator had the pleasure of watching watchte g ai aidays a adays adays
days work being quickly and unmerci uamerclflllly uatnercifuily unmercifully ¬
fully chewed te pieces pier Every name that thatmet tlIatMet thatmet
met this th awful fate meant two and a ahalf abale ahalt
half cents to the enumerator and he hewas iJeWIU5 nowas
was te no mood ood for smiling when he heftaally hefinally
finally boarded a car for Washington WashingtonAccording WaafilngtonAccorJ1n WashingtonAcconiing
According < to some of the verbal re reports repor18 reports bel ¬
ports made to Supervisor Brougfctoa Bf toR by bythe Bythe bythe
the enumerators the census will be besomewhat bel besomewhat
somewhat l Irregular and erratic where it itrelates itrelates j jrelates
relates to the feminine population Th Thenumerators th Theenumerators J Jenumerators
enumerators say that the women will willreadily trillreadily W 1 1readily
readily answer a the e other questions que but butwhen butwhen butwhen
when they come down to that of age agethey aethey agethey
they hesitate and with girlish girl smile smileve IRI1ecfye
cfye ve e figures ft ute < anywhere from five to totwenty toenty J
twenty enty years MD beneath th the age 3 e the theenumerator I Ie
enumerator e would put down d Wt1 in the book bookif
if It were loft to him to make a guessThere guess guessThere 6There
There Is considerable speculationamong speculation speculationamong speculatJoRIIIODg
among the force of enumerators a U to tothe tothe o othe
the approximate Increase lacr te population populationin
in Washington Wa8hln 0II since the las census censusThe ceneutThe j
The majority ha have expressed ex r the belief beliefthat beliefthat I C Cthat
that the Increase e te about JfcftM ifl whichshould which whichshould htch htchshou1cJ
should give the Capital a total of about3iA4frl about aboutSTARTLES aeouti
321G 3iA4frl
STARTLES STARTLESSENATE SENATE SENATESuffragists 1 1Suffragists Ii ISuffragists I i
Suffragists Visit Capitol CapitolWith CapitolWith Ii IiVith
With Petitions AfterElecting After AfterElecting AfterEjecting
Electing Officers OfficersOnly
Only a threat from Senator KeIHt or ofNo
Ne wJersey who was presUtag ht the theSenate theSenate I
Senate t tfragtets to have the galleries dear cleared It Itdemonstrations
demonstrations tloDa 011 the part of the auf suffragists aufdid I
fragtets did not immediately cease pre prefrom prevented I IoWIted
vented the advocate of woman SU suftra nJ e efront I
from taking ik the Senate by storm today todayThe todaYThe todayThe
The outburst t came when Senator La1 La1FoUette La LaJIoUette LaFollette
FoUette arose and eeclaredas 4leeJared he waived waiveda
a soJCragtet rapt petition In his hand that he hehave beIiopeii
bopei the dry y woo DOt far mast t when wilenIt I
It ad be unnecessary for women womenill to tor
ftle ill petIt petfoas with eope In order k tohave I
have equal eqi l rights r1 bUwitb bUwitbAt with men menAt meowAt
At this unqualified statement ta support sup support 1fUPport ¬ I
port of their cl eh chime has the suOsBgtets 8U wile wtooof wilec whocrowded
c the gall Jer7 r beast d a aof IIKa IIKaOf
of hand 1IaIMIcIa landoialrpmng otappInK and cheer eheerbut cheerBut elleftoe I INt
But the sktN7etlpttiea tetsxpstaa tetsxpstaaquieted 11 tile as as1wtr Sesa Sesatur
1wtr tram Jererey awed tteejn and anden aocIw andwhen
w when 1M had silken en bin h ttttle piece at atPetitions atUte atthe
Ute c esndtteloa aC La PttIette F ettes speechthe speech
the wiser beads among the suffragist MlCrasJMsquieted suffragistquieted I
quieted their more knpuMve e skiera skieraera setters settersand
and al aJ wa silence after that until untiloral tit f
oral era Senators he bst3 < ap ken eta fc behalf eY1 of oftne ctbe ofthe
the seffrdgtet mr cause naveCalled causeCaHed t tCdJeQ
Called te t Order Oc er Again AgainLater AgamLater AgaiaLater
Later however when Senator Cla CJ tpof p pof
of Minnesota told the Senate that t it itawed ItTe Itgave
gave Te hbI great t fie e k present the theHtItJon thepetitions
Petitions the suffra otIIQJ ista ls had given himthe him himthe
the women could dd no longer ion > Ser r controlthemselves control controlthemselves COltrOlthemdves
themselves and agate they gave ventto vent ventto elt i
to their approval by hearty JIeart appiautn appiautnThis appIa appIanla appiauarThis
This time the acting president of ths thsSenate th thtSenate
Senate te showed no little feeling f 11n at the theaffront thtatfro theaffront II
affront t to the dignity of the Senate SenateBe SNate1 SenateHe
He rapped vigorously with his gavel gaveland gaYel1 gaveland
and when things 1 had quirked qm > ad down he hesaid hes I
said s = W
saidNo J
No applause e te allowed in the United UnitedStates UnttCflS4tes UnitedStates
States Senate If there te a a repetition repetitionthe
the sergeantatarm Dtta aril be ordered to todier tod i
d dier ar the galleries gaaleriesThis galleriesThte plierieeThis
This was enough for the suffragists suffragistsThey suffraglstsThey i
They became as docile as a lambs Jam and andsat andsat andsat
sat quiet t until all the talk about their thefcpetitlons thekpe theirpetition
petition pe was over even ea when Senator SenatorGuggenheim SenatorGuggenheim i iG
Guggenheim G eDiteim spoke It was about the thefirst theitat i i8rst
first time the Colorado Senator jtd jtdMJ jeadever had hadever
ever said more than ten words wor at a time timeta timela I IIII
ta the Senate and he spoke so softly softlythat softlythat I It1aat
that the suffragists IU could not hear b r him MatFor himFBI himFar
For that reason he received vel no recog recognition reotlS1dtioa reeggabioit ¬
nition from roaa them themDr uaDr tbatnDr
Dr Shaw Reeiected ReeiectedIt
It was a big day for r the suffragists suffragistsall
all around They started o off by reelect reelectingthe reelectlog ¬
log ingthe t the e Rev Rev I Dr > r Anna Shaw president presidentand IKeeldentf
and Mrs Rachel Foster Fo Avery arst firstvice arstvice Arstvlee
vice president t f the national IMLI associa association asocIatioII aseocdadon ¬
don tionThen donThen
Then at li oclock they began n to pile pileinto pileInt paleInto
into automobiles to ga g to the CapitolThe Capitol CapitolThe CapltelThe
The start from the ArlingtonHotel t1tngtOil HOtei wasto was wasto WBt0
to have been made at 11 oe3dc but butthere butthere butthere
there were complications of a a more or orless org orla
less mechanical nature natureThe BttUIeTile natureThe
The main trouble was with the pet petitions peUt ¬
tines t They were neatly rolled roll up with withthe wtUtthe withthe
the BWOW M names they contain on the in inside Inside inside ¬
side and deposited in an 11 express wagon wagonBut wagolLBut
But Just test as the parade was about to tostart tostart tostart
start somebody happened to think of ofhow ofhow
how each State delegation would get its itspetitions itspetitions
petitions Itlons when wh the Capitol was reached reachedThen
Then there was a scurrying and hurry ¬
lug to get the petitions out of the thewagon thewagon
wagon and into the band of each State Stateleader Stateleader Statetear
leader tear That took half fooD n hour but no nopettion nopeltloa nopettion
pettion was left behind behtadStraisht behlndStraI behindStraight
Straight StraI ht down Pennsylvania avenue avenuewent
went the string of automobiles and andtaxfcabs andtaxicab6 andtaxicabs
taxicabs foreyftve in number each eachdecorated eachecoratecl eachdecorated
decorated with a State banner bannerGreeted bannerGreeted
Greeted With Applause ApplauseWhen ApplauseWheB ApplauseWhen
When the parade rolled up to theeast the theeast thee8t
east front of the Capitol a crowd on onthe ontbe onthe
the center steps greeted eetd the suffragistswith suffragists suffragistswith SUSlragistswtt
with applause applauseEntering applueE applauseEatering
Entering E terl the Capitol the suffragists suffragistsscattered s tIragistsattKec trraglstsscattered
scattered likea IIk like a nock of quail qu H represen representatives rb rbpresentatives sen sentatives ¬
tatives of each State hunting Runtlo down theirRepresentatives their theirRepresentatives theirRepr
Representatives Repr es and Senators The pe petitions petitions petttions ¬
titions were given them with a request requestthat requestthat requestthat
that they be introduced today They
were introduced in large numbers both
in I the Serat and In the House
As A the rules of the House forbid forbidspeeches forbidspeeChe forbidspeeches
speeches on petitions there was no nostir nostir nostir
stir at the southern end of the Capitol Capitolexcept CaPitOlex Capitolexcept
except ex Pt among the members themselves them themselves tbemaelvet ¬
selves They Th y cheerfully applauded applaudedevery applaudedevery applaudedevery
every member as he strode bravely un unto untom o oto
to tom tomthe the Speakers desk and deposited depositednte
his package JNkC kage e of petitionsPages petitions petitionsPages petiUollSPages
Pages in both houses were kept kepttitlons
1tcy all the afternoon carting tile pe peI
I titlons nut to o the file rooms tOGIItSI
I Tomorrow the t fair visitors vislt s will be
h hoard ard by nv the Senate te Committee on
I Woman Suffrage SUft and the Ho House ee Com Committee Cornmittee ¬
mittee on the J 4c xy > tf r which wnfcfcsflis
hills 1IIJSatnr for TOMBS iwmaan srtfeage Lague xag < are te mow mowpending no nopen nowpending
pending pen
FOR PICTURE SHOWS SHOWSCommissioners SHOWSCommissioners
Commissioners Hold Public PublicIs
Is Menaced By PresentConditions Present PresentConditions PresentConditions
Conditions ConditionsELECTRICAL ConditionsELECTRICAL ConditionsELECTRICAL
CALLS FOR HELP HELPAmendment HELPAmeadmeat HELPAmendment
Amendment to License Regula Regulation Regulation Regulation ¬
tion Asked ofCOnIbroils of ofCongress f fCongress
Congress CongressDedarfetg CongresstIMIr
Dedarfetg tbair belief that daS exieCtegture daStt
condldss tt with regard te mowbsg g IIIc IIIcture ploture
ture > shows sore dangerous daII ad a aaee mea meaaee menace
aee to the public ultue the Commissleaers Commissleaerstoday C CorrgmbulRorstoday IIB I Itoday
today ferwarded to Congress aa aaamendment aaamenctet anamendment
amendment to the bill licensing the theoperators i ioperators t toperatonJ
operators of moving JDOn picture machines machinesauthorizing JDaChJI1eautborl machinesauthorising
authorizing autborl the appointment appoba of an aneleetrieaa IIeI anelectrical
electrical eI rIc Inspector JIIp 1 eMr r at 1 l111 a year yearThe Mr I
The duties d of t UUs In inspector I are to as assist assist ¬ I
sist t in enforcing the law and regal regulations regaltloma ¬ I
tions pertaining pec to the installation t tiDa of oflumhla ofoperation i
operation and maiatenanot e c electrlcat I Iappartu
appartu In tbeaxersaod other places of ofpublic f
public smoothly e Ia the DIIIU1ct et Co Columbia I Ilumbla
lumhla lumhlaThe lumbiaThe I ITM
The action of the Cummlssteiuii ec 11 1111 fW fsFlows fWntaetythree
lows the report of II IIIIIpeettea et 11III1 tie tieJltlMtytluee typoninetythree
ntaetythree moving picture theaters dM en te teWashington IaWUlbIlljea toWashnlon
Washington by W C Allen iltmUfcal eleotrieeiengineer eIeetriIaIe iltmUfcalengineer
engineer engineerthe e g
Face FMceIn Iasv ieieM ieieMIn
In lo forwarding Ute report reportOle to Congross Congrossthe
the Commissioners C say sayThe sayThe y yTIM
The electrical department hoc a atemp4d ac act atteinptd
temp4d t te maintain a regular inspec inspection 1Jwpectt inapetisn ¬
tion of such itoces ancea after bavin lNtviIIIJ see seethat Nell Nellthat seenthat
1 1safely
that the original installations were weresafely weresafely
safely ar Id d properly made but so rapid rapidhas rapidhas f fh
has h been toe growth Sl wtb vf this b class c of oftent 0aaaueemomt ofamusement
aaaueemomt pla places and 110 great the exI exItent ox I Itent
tent of other electrical eI trte1 work that the thelimited r tIimhod rIi
limited Ii force f e available has beer found foundintmrndcnt foulldi foundtim
intmrndcnt i tim d5dient nt and such Inspections have havetherefore ha havetherefure I ItMrffun
therefore been abandoned abandonedThe abaad abandonedThe I IThe
The dangerous conditions cGDI under underwhich underwhich j jwhleb
which so many places are operated serve serveto serveto e I
to emphasize the need of legislation Oll Olla and anda
a proper force of employ emplo to toand supervise supervisetion
and control I their operation operationThe tion tionquate 1 1The
The amendment Ie to provide for ads adssuperriuton j jquate
quate supervision and control of thematter the thematter dMmatter
matter and the t tthat Commissioners believe believethat seUevethat
that the existing extatla conditions are > so dangems dan danerowc dallIOtI5
gems erowc and such a menace to the publithat public publicshould pu c I
t that thatthe the passage of the bill a amended amendedshould ld ldLtOU
should LtOU be made at the earliest earllMtJIIOIIIeIk possible possibleCarelessness willsrnoaxa
JIIOIIIeIk JIIOIIIeIkCarel rnoaxaCardsanew Carelessness Carel e Reported ReporteaMr Repert ReportedI
1 And that tOllstant dr ill illte resuirod resuirodto
te k keep sheen places cas In n modeatdy modeatdyalo 1 1RIa
RIa eaSditlea dea I 11 Mr r AD ADcarelessness Alkyl Alleerel Illttsk Illttskeardesanesa
carelessness rel and dlrea d1RtsRar d dst of Yio1Is Yio1Is1tR IitsattR L Lenttmr
enttmr 1tR n electrics I apparatus a ius iusprlnC11aOy nptsm nptsmprincipally em emptinctpaiy
principally on the part of moving IIt ih iht I itare Ie > I Inre
t tare ire operator In the face of o repeal repeaaarnigs repeAaM repeAaMam ad adwarning
warning am these tb men are nrekeshoalhy careless prta prtacipalty rUt rUtb
cipalty = b in regard rec to the handling < of f fAlms 1 1ftlms talms
Alms and the proper manipulation of tae tnemachines taaeddnea
machines machinesMr ddnea j jMr
Mr Allen AJ n suggests that the examina examinations examlaadoaa exantinadong ¬
dong of applicants for licenses l to oper operate pC1 pC1at op opate ¬
at ate moving IDO picture machines be bemore made mademore modemore
more rigid and that the regulations re regarding re regardin Tegardmg ¬
garding the maintenance and operation operationof Opera OD ODor
of the machines be further amended so lo loas i
as to provide for the safety or the pubC pub pubItc I
Boss of Rhode Island IslandSays IslandSays
Says Senator Will Not NotSeek
Seek Toga Again AgainPROVIDENCE
PROVIDENCE R I April III IUDder IUDderto Under Underno
no circumstances c1 will Senator Aldrich AWrichagate Aldrichagain
agate be a candidate WI te for reelection reeiectioaday reelectionThis
This positive statement t was made to tod8y to today
day by General Br Brayton aytsa known as theRepublican the theRepublican UteRepublican
Republican boss of this State StateHe Sta StaHe StateHe
He gives ves the poor state of AMriehs AMriehshtaKh Aldrichshealth Wrie s sbulth
health as the reason for hb propeetive propeetiveretirement propeethoeret propeetlveretirement
retirement retirementSENATE ret
If Senator N Nelson < toon W Aldrich drops dropsout clrepsout dropsout
out of the Senate as he will according accordingto
to report it Is not will easy to see seewbat seewbatthe what whatthe
the upper house houseleadership will do fOIl foe OK leadership leadershipI leaclenlltpTAat t tsee leadershipThat
I That ancient saying nbont t Ua a chicken chickenwith chick chickI chickenr
I with its head cut o off f will nave a eer cerapplication eertain
talu application to toIt the situation situationIt tt1RLtloaIt
It is true Senator Hale of Main te tethe 15the isthe
the titular leader of the Senate and aneleadership aIMiI
be has many remarkable qualities oC oC11eilGenmlp ofleadership
I leadership But allowance must t be made madeI madefor madefor
11eilGenmlp I for the fact that Senator Hale is nearly nearlyseventyfour nearlyseventyfour earlyI
seventyfour years of age e He cannotbe cannot cannotbe eaaROtbe
I be expected expect to enter tato the rough Ia and andtumble aadI andtumble
I tumble of things in the Senate In the thefashion tb85kion thefashion
fashion in which he used to do doSenator doI doSenator
Senator He Ht e alone excepted it looksas looks looksi looksas
I i as if the Senate would have no leader leaderreal leaderI
I h will probably run along without BY BYI anyreal
real leadership Probably JlY a small 11 group groupof groupof
I of Senate regulars will really run thing thingsas thingas t lngi lngiI
I as far as t they are run In this list willbe will willKean Willi
be Senators Bale Lodge Crane Carter CarterI CarterRoan
i Roan Elkms Smoot Curtis and War Warreenator Warsenator Warren
I reenator ren senator n Aldrichs regime now is grave gravely grayely gravely ¬
ly threatened by the insurgents ln u ents and andDemocrats an anDemocrats antt
t Democrats The Insurgents are growing growingmore gr1gmore growingmore
more and more aggressive aagr eS5Ive They include includei l clucJemen de demen
i men like Beveridge Be erid Cumm CummClapp Cummins DolUver DolUverClapp DolliverC1aPP
Clapp La Fe FcUette Uette Bristow B and Nelson Nelsontimes NelsonI NelsonTo
I To these moat be added orah aDd at attimes attimes
times DIxon Several others also show showInsurgent showI showinsurgent
I Insurgent t uQent tendencies tendenciesSenator teo4endi
i Senator Root has some of the qua qaaH qaaHj q qeatloDS if ifl
j I cations of leadership but but fey they are not notfuch BOtuch nots
l s uch as are likely eve ever rtors rtorshas to draw around aroundi ar8UItdhim aroundMm
i him a strong body ot C Senators such as ashas asbas
has happened in the case of SenatorSe Senator Senatori
i AMrich AMrichSenator ldrkh ldrkhI
Se Senator ator Lodge Is able but many of ofthe oCthe ofthe
I the Senators Se dislike his ways whichthey which wblchthev
Ithey they think savor vor too much of aristec aristssaracy aristecrscy aristeoracY
racy racY
i Warren has great power through hiscommittee his hiecommittee hiscommittee
committee places but the Senate win wininot wllti
not i follow him himI himAnd
I And so one might m bt go on through Ut theIlist the thelist theI
I Ilist list of Senators who are grouped about aboutAldrich abeutAldrich aboutAldrich
Aldrich They are valuable valu8 first lieu Beutenants 1Ieutenants lieutenants
tenants out not captains eaptaIIIsIt
1 It is because of the fact there t is no noman noman
man in sight to take his place that thatSenator thatSenator thatSenator
Senator AMriehs friends ft wTO n not wtU wtUtngly wIIIJIgY wiutngly
tngly consent to him steppfitg out Until Untilthere lJaUIItltel untilthere
there is a apesttiv imouunusium 1 tllll team teamtB t ta foalea
Itltel a fIt lea tB UKS tecsw s wfH beHfeye beMEtehe ape he wJH wlJqWL wt
qWL t t
Feeling Disgrace of Arrest GrayBearded Farmer Takes TakesHis TakesHis TakesHis
His Own Life Lest Family Should Learn of HisBeing His HisBeing HisBeing
Being Intoxicated
Feeling keenly the disgrace e of olarreRed hem hemarrested being beingarrested
arrested for drunkenness and prefer preferfasrIy Pftferlag prefertag
lag death te tIM sharno of faeIa facing bin dIJfR binfany
fasrIy fR after having ViaS spent a night Jdptc te acell a acell
c cell aa wntdentMed U6M BMW Ntw between sixty sfcctyoiateelf 1txt7jive sixtyfive
jive aM sevea year of age banged edbkaMlt bangedhimself
himself this morning merste te a cell at theseventh the theSeventh uSeveah
Seventh greeinot police station It te tehetteved Ie1t isbelieves
believes 1t the man was a farmer living nvtegBear 1triagnear livingnear
near Washington Wa llt in Maryland MarylandThere XaI7iadT aryiaadThere
There T ere were no papers or letters leU te tethe Iathe Inthe
the mans w poekets that would give aay aaydoe fAT fATclue dayclue
clue to his identity and he had refused refusedto
to give hint name nameI BDMI
I f feel e the t e disgrace mere thaa you caa caaimagine caaJ canimagine
imagine J He told Captain Schneider SchneiderIf Sella alaer alaerIt
If I tell you my name It might get getrate getinIt et etiDU
rate the newspapers Then my family tamfywouW familywould familywould
would read about it They must never neverknew DeYeIklM neverknow
knew W the trouble I have gotten len intoThe into intoThe intoThe
The mar wa W was found by Policeman PolicemanKILLS Policemani IA IAI
OVER BANK KILLS KILLSSeventeen B BSeventeen BSeventeen
Seventeen Injured In Burn Burning Burning Burning ¬
ing Wreck NearJackson Near NearJackson NearJackson
Jackson MissJACZON Miss MissJACC9OJC MissJAC
JACC9OJC JAC < ON Miss April JS ILAn An AaCeJltn PHnohT PHnohTCentiL ItadaCeatrc
CentiL tram today plunged plUDlJlftftefttoot over a afifteenfoot afifteenfoot
fifteenfoot beak Ave miles north of ofSix eCltere ofhere
here and Dd Ute wreckage took Are AreSix AreSix
Six persons were killed and ae7eateen seven seventeen MWaatee ¬
teen injured Ir several sever I s eriously Several Sevefalsnort senJbcMIh Severalbodies
bodies were taken from the theill debris with withn
ill a snort time A relief train wasrushed was wasThe waanadMd
rushed hed fem boreThe bore JteftTbe
The deadare dead are three matt cans derfcsLint ea eaareaa engineer
gineer areaa and a aLiIJt traimm w wLitt
Lint of DeaL DeaLTIle
TIle hk Dead 4eadEu5bffi DeadEngineer
Engineer tc708R zK McCon W WMiss
Miss MissA
A L W WOOD CX 000 > D mall de derk rt New Or OrJf OrkaM
Jf iX 1 LOTT u sleek J JMJns State Lies LIIM1UIL LiesLOAR
JOHK 30fi r TRS TRSTwo TJtSLOAR TJlBLOAk LOAR Orrwooa 0rnI 0rnITwo Mis MisTwo ti
Two F Palhmam HSMMM the bes0e bagAho e > ar r and andthe lidUie
the themail mall and library lI1 rIT cars were pulled pvlleder pulledoya
oya er V tale e embnnlrmswt tythe tythetwo tM tMsteepen Minor Minorttso
two sleepers iens f 4 ton < OK OKreitar tIM thereiIetrain
7 reitar reiIetrain httn UmJn was rushed n bed from tr Jack Jackson Iackeon lacknon ¬
son after f ter word was broogfct tore by byapasssmmir wa
apasssmmir a r W W t CnuM rent ofOrleans of Mew KowOrt Mew0rIeaaa
Ort Orleans uurwhe who rate the distance dtataaetve dtataaetvemiles aYe aYemiles
miles milesThe milesThe
The three men killed were w wsrh In the themail Utemail
mail car which contained eottt three ttu otti ottiersVwo odaera adht adhterg
ersVwo era ttwo o of whom were incur injured The TheetKlneer T Terginier i
etKlneer and fireman are are reported reportedmissing report reportmlIllr
missing missingThe mlIllrThe missingThe
The wreck caught fire Immediately immedintetime immedintetimey y sadwas and andwas aDdW8IJ
was burnin dare fiercely lY within with a a short IIhKtCL rt time timeCol
Col WiUlam Wi Wileans Crateleans Crate or NiIW Or OrJeIma OCol
leans who wh was as an officer during therecent the therecent I
recent t Shrtaers New Orleans drills was wason wasOft
on th the train trainHe j jHe
He organised tIIed a relief crew ere taking the thepassengers diepast thepassengers I
passengers past out through windows windowsProcur xiudo w wProcuriQ1 s sProcurK
Procur ProcurK R fire extlngutahers ex from themail the themail Utemai1
mail ca C4ft a1 Crane and his party then thenplayed i iplJiyed
played streams Iftf upon the roaring rorlnof mass massof
of wreckage to save a the mail clerk No Nonassenxer o I It88en
passengers were w injured injuredWOMEN InjuredWOMEN
1 IX LOS > 6 ANGELES GELEIS April 1C 1IArouMd 1LArousedever Aroused Arousedever i i6V
ever 6V the fact that President Talt was washissed wasJdSMd raghissed
hissed by a number of women womenthe during duringi duringthe
i the convention of the Women S Suffrage SuffrageAssociation s sAl8OClatlon frage frageAssociation
Association at Washington WMlh ten the Wom Womans Womana
ana law Class of Ix Los s Angeles headed headedweV headedby
lay Mss Clara Sbortrklce Felts who b bwel
weV et known as an attorney ta the Na National Nattesal ¬
tional Capital has sent nt a telegram t to tothe tothe
the President expressing expr it IU reer t over overthe overthe
the occurrenceThe occurrence occurrenceThe VIJeIICe
The telegram t was signed by women womenwho womenwho
who stand high in n literary Jtterary2Ilocal and profes professiocal pnofeeslocal
siocal circles d les of this city and was sent sentta
ta the cotirs course of an indignation Ind meeting meetingat
at the office of Mies X II Fottz x when tueu the theperpetrators
perpetrators of the hisses were de denounc de
nounc JIOU nounccd C d ta vigorous V 01IS terms termsRYE termsFRYE
Maine Senators Take Ride In InCountry InCountry
Country Cou try Every EveryMorning EverySeeaMIW
Morning MorningSenator MorningSeeaorrr
Senator W P Frye of Maine and P PJ
J MeCumeer Mof amber of North Dakota are ar both bothreported bothreported
reported report to be recovering Teeo reo zap rapMMy dly from fromthe fromthe lDa lDathe
the operations openL they recently underwent undarwonti underwentTheir
i i Their condition te looked woo upon te today ay r rpartk1alarly as asparticularly asparticularly
particularly favorable by Y their respect respective r rhooe respectIre
Ire physicians physiciansSenator p1lidaftSI physiciansSenator
I Senator Frye execs erpee to return to theSenate the theSenate theSenate
Senate by the end of the tbeMk week He is isphysically isphytticaJl isphysically
physically able to do so without delay delaybut delaybut Y Ybut
but his injured foot reroutes r ma swollen sweiienhe and andhe aDIhe
< he is compelled to wear a large Jar largeslipper son soni Mttt Mtttslipper
i slipper H He spend the great eat part It of theday the theday theday
day driving drhtn about the city city anc suburb NOaritsator suburbsSflator suburbj
j Senator ator McCumber is at Gartfeid Hog HogI Ho Hoj H Hj
j j pital and was operated on last Friday FridayHOTEL FridayI 1ridayHOTEL
SALT LAKE Uth April tt iiiThe The TheS2OOOC08 TheSrootoo
S2OOOC08 Hotel Utah now in course of ofconstruction eCoor ofcor
construction oor tuCUo was dynamited at Z o dock dockthte eIoekthis cookthis
this morning wrecking wr ft a portion of the thesteed ei thesteed
i steed work and breaking thousands of ofI
I dollars worth of plate glass fa tans Ida Idakg idBI fctaity
I ity The police immediately surrounded surroundedthe
I the thebelldlnt betiding but did not make any ar arT Arn arr
T r 4PS 4PSThte
n TMs Thte hotel was dynamited dytHlJl ted about two twomonths twomoatu5 twomonths
months ago and JJvll9On JJvll9Ontrial r WII8 n 18 now ° oa oatrl1 ontrial
trial having viag confessed complicity ta the theact tbeact theact
act The steel is being put up up by y the theJones Uter6nes
Jones Construct Construction Company CompanyFrancIncO of t San SanFrancisco SaFrand5eo vasy vasJones
Francisco and nonunion labor is illemployed Suing hefcieemployed Suingempioyed
employed employedGIRL employedGIRL empioyedGIRL
HAGBRSTOWN HAGE RSTOvX Ml April IS 18r iSMies iSMiesStory Mlos Mlosfary
Story > r ry E Needy tw tW twantyreven > ntyrsewesi years yearsold 7enold yearsold
old daughter U1hter of Sam SamI Samuel Needy NeedyWayBOsboro esdyWaynesboro
WayBOsboro Warne berO whose clothes catheIJCAMKllt had hadcsN
I CAMKllt csN t are ti died ef burns wttJIet regain 18 18g
g gain n ng consciousness consclottSnessPj
Pj 3
Frank Elgin lying in the th road r near nearFriendship nearFriendship ar
Friendship Heights late yesterday afternoon after afternoon 1eraeoIL ¬
noon ae U was in a stupor and In taels inhis
his pocket wa was found a quart bottle bottleeontaintna bettheeIItdalag bottleaatalnlng
eontaintna gin > Captan Schneider Schneiderwent Schaofderwent Scitnetclerweat
went to the cell today and had a talk talkwith talJcwith talkwith
with him himHe himHe
He positively declined J te tell t ttoes who whohe whohe
he was or where M he lived ed Twentyminutes Twenty Twentyminutes
minutes toes later Policemen n McDermott McDsrmettwent YcDermettwent McDermottwent
went to the cell room and found the theold theold
old man hanging te the iron doer Ee Eehad Hehasd fiehad
had tied a a handkerchief arouad his hbleek hisneck Bisneck
neck with a a slip noose fastened it to tothe tothe
the > bars 1 abouthree about three feet from th3 th3floor thooor thHfoor
floor oor and lay down Dr A B B Shock Sheckels Skeckel Shocketa
eta el who was summoned mmo ed said he had hadstrangled Jtadatranglecl badstrangled
strangled to death in a very few min minutes minute rainntes ¬
utes ntesThe ute utesThe
uteThe The body was taken to the Morgue 3TorgueThe CorgueTIle MorgueThe
The man had a long gray beard dt gray grayhair srThair grayhair
hair and was about six feet tan He Hewore Hewore
wore a suit of brown mixed mix ed material materialheavy materilhevy materialheavy
heavy boots and a Made felt f 1t hat The TheHEM Tbepolice Thepolice
police believe lIeve he as a farmer farmerGOVERNMENT farmerGOVERNMENT
Nearly 400000 Involved InvolvedIn
In Charges AgainstFormer Against AgainstFormer AgainstFonner
Former Captain CaptainThe
The Government u eat today won Its ca aM ta tathe IIItile inthe
the United States Supreme Court CourtCape against aaaimstCopt againstCane
Cane Oberttn M Carter formerty of the theUnited eUIllt theUnited
United M States st Army and others te tewhich 11I1 11I1wl i iwhich
which ch nearly y tM was involved involvedIn v vbI
In the original suit brought t in the theUntted thet1IIted theUnited
United States Circuit Court for the thei Ie8OIr1JaenI thenorthern
i northern district of Illinois the Govern Governt eenteat Generarmeat <
eat t fought t to obtain possession I r of oftee Oreea ofeaalt
ea real aM lid lidto eecuridn amount amounting
tee to en tmm Ma claiming elal that thin proparty prop propbeen IIOp8tJ
arty iliad been obtained by Carter Carterthrough Carterth Carterthrough
through th fraud practiced by him en the thei theGovernment
i Government m the letting and anontfsa anon eeaU j J
tion of contracts for the linjimrumimt linjimrumimtof Im iI t tof
of the Savannah Sa h river Savannah hsar hrabor j I IbOr
bor Cumberland sound and lleVCDII screen other otherwaterways otherwaterways
waterways ta the victatty victattyCarter vidIIItYCarter vicinityCarter I
Carter claimed that tins money be belonged 1 eD3ed belonged ¬
longed D3ed to Robert M Weeteott 11 11a iptin iptintahertolaw te tetaherlnlaw
taherlnlaw a herlJIIa and was not pert of the theprofit UteproAta they theyprodts
profit of the contract < I Inor tA IBsiam
Bsiam n A A Greeee aDd John So Gear Ga7tbe Gearnor
nor the contractors ta the enoe tm7etllw tm7etllwaMlthng are Wow j jpenitentiary
aMlthng Mmliftlcea at te Atlanta Ga 6s 6spenitentiary
penitentiary for frauds ia nnnsrtlsii cattraetienwith i nnnsrtlsiiwith
this is case Carter was sentenced sentencedte seat seatte f
te the penitentiary at Fort Ieavenworth weJt LeavenworthMARK IeavenworthMARK
Doctor Leaves Le es Him for First TidcWeakaess Time TimeWeakness TimeWeakDes6
Weakness Due to Loss Lossof Lossof
of Slee Steep SteepREDDING I i iREDtIaG
REDDING REDII G Coca April IS JSWOIker ISTboegh Thsugn 1 1sIitly i isttgktiy
sttgktiy weaker Samuel Clemens Mark MarkTwain j
I I Iand
Twain ronttaued to improve last nt night ht htand t tDill
and Dr Robert BalMy attending atte phys physdan p I Idaa
dan was able to leave on the S sa J Joclock 71 71oebck
oclock 0 1oeIt train this morning soon niag for New NewYork i iYork j jYork
York the first time he has left the thepatient i ipatient j
patient since his return from rum Bermuda BM BermudaThe j I
The nurses attending attead Mr Clemens Clrnoaid I Isaid IId
said Id today the fact that the sick man mAIlwas i iwas
was a little weaker wek te not necessarily necessarilyI j ja
I a bad sign but naturally 1I tunUy resultant re from fromI
I e strain of the past few nights ts of eCIeeph ofsleeplemnesa
I fleeplcBBnesn sleeplemnesaBALL fleeplcBBnesnBALL Ieeph THH I
LONDON LO ONApriI April tt lSTwe Two court bails bailsj ballsone 1
j one ta honor of Colonel Roosevelt wilt wfllbe wtlll wtlllDe wiltbe
be xtven dY by the Kin Klux before Whitsun Whitsuntide Wbi gua guatide ¬ 1
tide Mrs Roosevelt and Ethel Roose Roosevelt JtooM1 Roosec ¬
elf c elt w w be among a the American Atweri pre preeented peeseated f
seated HInt by 1t Mr in ReM at the first court courtThe
j The AustmHnnicary Au embassy has ar arranged arfor arranced
ranged for the presentation of Countess CouatessNATIONALSBOSTON COUMeAy Countessgray
I Ii
gray grayi grayNATIONALSBOSTON y
Rain Ra Interferes With Opening of ofSeries QfSeries f fSeries
Series With the theRed theRed theRed
BOSTON April 1RaIa IS Rain caused ea a aposteBncmant aeMeM aof
posteBncmant eMeM of the Boston American AmerieanLeagne AtIterieaateas AmericanLeaetue
Leagne teams opening game today t y with withNEW withw withJ with1Ma
w L on onNEW
NEW YORK April IS 1TIte The New York YorkGiants YwkQlluatz YorkOinnts
J Giants opening home game with Boston Bostonwas DMtoawas Beatonwas
was postponed poIHd today on account a nt of rate rateNEWLANDS rataNEWLANDS rainNEWLANDS
j r Consideration Consid oM ration of the th rivers and bar harj barborn
j born bill l Ioas as continued by the Senate SenateI
I ii I today t a with Senator Newlands wlaodts as the thei epnndpal theprincipal
i principal speaker He approved sp the gen geel general
oral l features of the l 1M m but opposed opposedthe
the idea i 1L of spending rivers Jive and harbors harborsmoney IM1 fssJI1ODeY haxbtssmoney
money without a scientific and sys systentatic s stematic syatematic
tematic Investigation Investigationj lnvestlfatlonnator InvesIgationSenator
j Senator nator Newlawls N wIaMs favors the appoint appointment a ament appointment ¬
ment of a commtssion comm by the FraMaat FraMaati l lwhich Irnldantwhich
i which shall I combine all of the sown sowntinc scIeRtift sciontitle
title tift and waterways authorities bout te teand 1ftI
I and 3 nd out of the Government for the pur purpose purof parpose
pose of pursuing a fixed policy with re resrd re repnI reasrd
< srd to waterways expenditures expendituresWOMENS expendituresWOMENS xpeftdltlrWOMENS
1 COLUXBrS Ohio April IS 1 Gilford Gilfordj laOldI
I PIadIot Dr Harry M M VtlPY of Wuh Wuhi
j teuton Governor Harmon former S cre cretary re reI re res
I tary tat James R Garfield and Congress Congressman COll re9S re9SI ¬
I Congress man J E Ran Ranedelt ell 11 of Louisiana have haveprominent Mve1JnIIItnent haveprominent
prominent places In the program of r theNational the theNational
National Federation F n of Womens W emea s Clubs Clubswhooe CluMWIIoN Clubswhose
INadeDal whose convention is to be held ta CIa CIacnnati Ctectanati ctAcbulati
ctanati Man MavJohn Ma v WLJhn 1t1
John 1 Mitchell will discuss factory factoryproblems factorsnreheasn y y11N
problems nreheasnSENATOR problemsSENATOR bll bllSENATOR
i DAYTONA Fte April A priI 1S 1SDIudeI IIISenator IIISenatorDaniel S SemUor SemUorDaniel <
Daniel sank Into a heavy vy steep IIIeepnfC today todayafter todayarteg
arteg after a restless 1 ats pmglK IItHIs t HSs eoaMHea is 1tttIIUsnge nua
ua ttIIUsnge + dxnsed
Taft Makes Apt Retort toMrs to toMrs toMrs
Mrs Scotts Reference Referenceto
to Suffrage Incident IncidentCOMING IncidentCOMING IncidentCOMING
President Generars Gener fs Address Flings Flingsa
a Challenge to Mrs Story Storyand StoryaDd Storyand
and the iBswents iBswentsWith IRSUtgomsWIth I nsargCntts nsargCnttsWIth
With the Mack clouds of Jteceid tem 1eIDporarlIy intoporariy temporarily ¬
porarily obecerred e8 by the bciHtenee of ofe ote ofe
e audience the nineteenth Jll 8teellCh usnrtnuntiil esatinetalcongress usnrtnuntiilcongress fr fI fICODbIe
congress of the Daughters DIwg t3n of the Amer Aaerlean American MWlean ¬
lean Revolution was opened ta 18ni mac macniflcent mag magnificent
cent Continental Co ttDeatl HaH Ha l with a burst burstof ntof burstof
of patriotic meets by tee e Marine dDeD4 Baaa Baaaand Beadand
and the plaudits of tjm Z ii people ta greet greetersl 51 51UIg greetlag
lag 1M Pre l of tile Ullltei UlllteiWhfl tats tatsWhile
While B apparent ellgJdaed aty atyoereast seraitoercast
oereast the gathering iD deference to tot tothe
t President who eat upon tile pint tIattonn pintform
form sa the most dstlagxid led ledyet gueeR gueeRyet
yet the C81B coming eon8Iet was fereeasted fereeastedwhen f fohea
when In tile addrees of Praldeat 0eB 0eBeral Gmoral
oral Seott she took to task the tileof menmers menmersof nae4aborsof
of the insurgent faction tedoIIIn without i OiooA eating caHsagIn eatingnames
names namesIn
In the auditorium of the tileeocpy1J11 tbi buiMing buiMingoccvpying boildfavgoccupying
occupying every ery seat standing In J iii the thsatoios th thaiele theaisles
aisles and overftowing r8ow the foyer of ofth ot1MIiktlaC ofthe
th the building were tnronged the dele delegates eVsieEast wptea
gates f from every 8ta StarNertb 3eaxhEast Seedl SeedlEaat
East and estIepreeat1a West W represeating < the daeitOM heIioee
7 itOM 0 members of the orr orrhick nromlsnitioii nromlsnitioiiwhich
which hick for wealth social position aa aainfiuence andinfluence 1 1tnfluence
influence is unrivaled by any other otherbody otMrbodyoC otherbody
body bodyoC of women omea in the world worldPublic workLPubUe worldPublic
Public men bishops a number Iter of ofives etpro ofprominent
pro prominent Deat members of the clergy and 841wifS andwires
wires ives ot t Senators Congr CongrCabinet Congremmea and andthe aMCabinet andCabinet
Cabinet Me members were among the ae aenity alldieuce andience
dieuce while bile the h1 highest oI IJ dIv dIvnity
J nity t was w given tb tbattendance the oocenion y die dieaUcndmce theattendance
attendance and participation partici Uos of oi the thePresident UaePresident thePresident
President PresidentMrs PresidentMrsScett PresidentMrs
Mrs MrsScett Scett Raps C Opponents Opp8HQtNext OpponentsNext peaeats peaeatsNext
Next to the suffrage uJ incident wtaten widellpneII whidtprayed wtatenprvred
prayed the brtiesv ftsuiue are of th the PnIIi Preetdents reai reaiMr
cleat dents aoNraa tntoeet eftIIt reu eenteiatL ii9lne ii9lnetaa Ia Ia3tIdr
taa tatl 3tIdr addresin1 die p a1 a1Matthew
ft Mr Matthew T 9soct 9soctAs sub ntt nttAs
As to wJMtner or esr not Mrs Scott wendd wenddtouch wrsddteudt
touch upon IIP 1 1ture tile ePPieisn l to tobItn the asia asialatr
bItn latr loo JMIIIeieII ill her a abIId annni Aires Aireshad
had been a Matter of oftare Interesthi catiec
tare and wnenitne when she 4M tAilS is isuun istaU no ueeei
taU terms te her word wu were J 1 1with tv towt
with wt breathless brea Interest
After dwelling upon the dignity op op
portualth p portunit > rknits v and influence of f the orsniifea orsniifearapped otgaatriea
doa of w which Ich she is the bend Mrs s Seattapped t
tapped rapped the insurgent iD members of the
Daughters Daub ten In these words wordsignorant wordsIII wordsspite
III spite 01 the Mr witticism sad
ignorant ignorant ridicule ridiculestrength we have grown hem hemSUellftb fromstrength
strength to strength until today mt mtstand e
stand tr serene in the consciousness a o of ou oupower 0 0power ernpower
power and in our splendid sense MII8etet of mat mattery rneatery ¬
tery over the elements of ofwlt weakness weaknesswithin weaknesswithin
within wlt hl ourselves ourselvesBat ourseneBut ourselvesBut
But unfortunately UIItortuaateIYt in a world like likeours Iik Iikours likeOurs
ours some such tonJitbn condtUon DIIIUOa ot oliDeritaWe affair u uinevitable ninevitable
inevitable An interesting aaal rTinlngj is isto isto
to be found within tliJI our own OWllor physical pUjnvcaorganism physicalorganism
organism No o living creature whether whetherman wIMOaerIDI1 whethern
n man n or beast can hope to keep wholly whollymicrobes
free free fro the incursions Of Ofm perskia
microbes m robes But unpleasant as is thin recent re recent ¬
cent discovery of medical science J we wemay wemay wemay
may at least take some 1IIe comfort ta the
fact that as ion gas we enjoy a pea roalle peaby
lle degree ee of health aDd aDdby andb stretgtlt
by b y that thatare ble AIDe token We know that we wea e
are a e keeping k th thf1IJ upper hand of or ratherthat rather ratherthat
that thebenencient the beoe4elelat nNeknt microbes ll are re retainiag re
lathing talniD a satisfactory MtIBtart controllbjg conl oUi > e
jorfcy y within our bodily body fIY Iy structure strucmreCballeages BtructlUeC structureChallenges
Challenges C a ages Mrs Story Storyuirown SteryrJIIs StoryrMs
rJIIs Scott Is also eoostdereil te have have4UOwrt
uirown lrown out her challenge to Mrs Story Storyand Sto Stoand
and the opposition tioa when she exclaimed exclaimedFrom exdaJMellFrom exdalmedFrom
From time to time I hear from fromlaughters r rQ8tIhten
laughters who are discouraged d u ed became
In In addition to the majestic major chord chordof eJ chardour ni
of our continuous and
triumphant prone prog ¬
ress they tlIe are ar foreed to hear a minor minornote minornote r
note of personalities and calumny
The tone will never come when this thispeat tlaireat thisgreat
peat great = reat body of representative repreee tathe women will
intrust die reigns of power rate the
hands of those who would pervert ours oursa ourspatriotic
from a patriotic to a political orgasm orgaaizatlon orgasmcatio
zatlon zatlonMrs catioMrs n
Mrs Donald McLean the former fner pres JK ¬
Went general I who was greeted with
bursts of applause upon nor entrance to
Continental Meatortel Ball occupied a aseat aeat asee
seat on the platform and Indorsed Mrs
Scotts statements with frequent nod nodof JIOdof nodsof
of her head IleA and by joining Join g in the ap r rAfter ¬
plause arEe arEeAfter use useAfter
After the prolonged JK IBl d apptaute which wsdcafollowed wIdeiIfoIIuved whichfollowed
followed the entrance of President Taft Taftwho TaftWRo Taftwho
who was acconuMuried by Ms msntary ntlcaryaide msntaryaide
aide Cape Archibald Butt Mrs Mat Jfttthew MatChow
thew T Scott began hr brief speech speechof
of Introduction IntroductionIt
It has been rumored that President PresidentTaft PlellWelltTart PresidesTaft
Taft is rot in favor f of womans > suf suffrage MJshE rut rutfrase ¬
frage she began whew her voice wa wadrowned wac wacdrowned
drowned by round after round of ap applause a1plaase applause ¬
plause and by shrieks of laughter laughterhearttert tItSlewtY laughterSlowly
Slowly the Taft smile rippled lute the thebeartket
hearttert laugh as the President Pr htoii htoiiaelf 11 11tr
aelf yielded tc the humorous reooOeetlon reooOeetlonof
of the JK pciric Jdc precipitated tated by his appear appearance ppmrance r raace
ance at the suffrage = convention It Itend was wasseveral warseveral
several end miiHttes before Mrs Scott Scottcould Sc3ttoulcl 5cttcould
could continue with her tpesch which wkfchshe wtdchsite whichshe
she concluded co clu ed graeefnNy with the remark re remark rerk ¬
markIf mark rk
markf rkf
If f this M true the President > is d notconsulting not notconsultiMK DOtCOItSUItiJIf
consulting his h own interests for fat he heoeid bel hewould
would oeid l > give IIY the svCCrage to women there thereare thereare
are mttlton Af th them m who admire him himas Jaimas himas
as a wise statacimnn stat e and who wouM wouMvote woukivote 1 1vote
vote for him if they had ItutUty the oppor opport portes
t mity tes ity
The Presidents Speech SpeechPreeWea SpeedII SpeedPresident
President PTe Taft oscWy ell rrtgis e s gipped gippedthe ap tl tlI 111tIae
I the o open titan adleeded hba aces aid tIaIdJ
J I confess t oat t when I cane hto this thishall tiltshall thishall
hall I did not expect c to have presented presentedto II L1 1M 1Mte
to me matters of controversy InIY I Ith thoughthat thought thoughtthat
that t what bad brought us together to today to today today ¬
day we are all agreed upon mad I am amsotag amsoiDg amgong
gong to continue eoatba to assume that that thatfe thatits t
fe 18 its > the case without dlfcusstag the power 9owerand 110WerIHi powerand
and place for women which wIddasIMMIld posowir posowirshould psslblaheaM
should be so high that k sbouM not be bedtecusBcd eoseed bedicuseed
dtecusBcd dicuseed oseed at all aILr allI
1 I am here h > to congretttbrte e you onthe on onthe one
the e step yea have taken te the erection erectionand enetionUNI erectioncad
and completion of this bsant beutlfnt nt build ROdm boldlug buildin
in lug That is a nMcasciat step bet after aftert
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