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This Tbs fact Is at the bottom of tIM tbetirnmont re reti re retlreteent
tirnmont ti of Mrs M Frances 6 Canire t trs Pot Potfrom Potter Potterfre Potterfree
from a tbe tltepo position of eorreapMdtg Mb s Se SeretlLr7 seeretaryaad e eretaryaad
retaryaad retlLr7 of tile sadden resignastci resignastciyesterday rvHnIIy resign den denyesteria
yesterday y y of Mrs Rachel Foster Averyvino Avery AveryUpton AflKYvIo8
vIo8 president 8lrt and ra Hni8t Ta TaUptoII Taylor TaylorU
Upton U traaeureJust treasurer treasurerJoet treUUlWJ
Just J ac if t tiey ey did not have 1e tnJIUWes taeubiesenough tro tnJIUWeseaoagh > lee leeEttffrasnrts
enough Ja tlMIr battJe JIDr oSes Ute UteIa theEuffx
Ettffrasnrts Euffx Mtn Ia the dosing boors of t tcoaventto UiMIk UiMIkcoauo tht thtcowrdoa
coaventto have Jaa became becMDem bivotved iavFvedInterael bt btinternal
internal m dissensions dissensionsTbase 4 diaeewioasThese
These Ia Ltoefig LiaEbtThe etit1K etit1KT1te bt btThe
The principal fi ftsnres es are the veteran veteranprooMent eteraDpleeldeat veteranDreeident
prooMent Dr Anna Shaw Mrs Bel Belraont BelUIDIIt Belmont
mont and Mrs Potter Irs Avery A T and andMrs aDdJlIIi andYrs
Mrs Upton both figure > Rure promtoewtly prosdaeatlyToday promtoewtlyToday pn JY JYToday
Today various v committee meetinas are arebeing areDeID areb
being b heM W > wind up the bustnens b ndne of oftbe ofthe
the convenHt + i and andbustnets to to attend to other otherbusiness other4eJ
business det Jin but the suffraaista are aretaDdnc rOtaDcIDg aretalking
talking abet t nothing else but Tester yesterdays Testera TesterNee yeaterday ¬
days a day s explosion explosionThe explosionThe
The trouble arose over a resolution resolutionresponding oIatJoDprepIIftCl resoiudoacepsred
prepIIftCl by Kiss Florence Kelly thank UIaDklDg thankYra
lug lugreepondng Kra Potter Or her services s cor corre
responding re poadlDg secretary When tbe tbetioo resolu resolution resolution ¬
tion was prepared the fact was re reSbaw re recaDed recafled
caDed that tb the relations betw between 111 111Shaw airs airsBhaw
Shaw L Lstrataed aDd Mr8 Potter bad been aeveae Iy IystrabIed y ystrained
strained for Some time and that on onaccount OReeOI onacooant
account eeOI of the bad fe feeling Uns < between betweenthem betweeothem betweenthem
them Mrs Potter bad declined declinedfor to run runfor runfor
for reelection re eI n It was suggested au that thatwhite thatwhile tinwhile
while the resolution reI01aUolllDdoniD indorsing < Yrs Pot Potter Potter Putter ¬
ter was being circulated among the of officers offleer officers ¬
ficers of the association au it would be bejust bewS bemat
just wS as well to omit showing < It to Min Mindone KJe8This Misshaw
haw hawThis
This was done at the suenestkm sun esdou ni nl nla f fthat
a Potter who told Miss Kelly Kell thaperhaps that thatperhaps thatperhaps
perhaps it would be embarrassing ems < to toMiss tow
Miss 3baw w to have theup the resolution put putnn putap
nn to Tier But Butra Mrs Potter addedV added Mte Mteelly I IIC
V IC lCehy elly could T Ise her own ownthe oWDthe Jedgent In Inthe
the Wrier IIIItter Irks Kelly d df dthe not show showthe sbcnIrtb
the tb resolution utiou to Miss Sba Sbaw but abed atae did didmcluAUK d dpresent i iplMellt
present It to moet or th the themeludiug other otherInel1ll4las
mcluAUK Mrs A Avery veq and Mm Upton UptonCluhmii Uptoabetk L pto4 pto4both
z both et f whom ned tL
Cluhmii Ignorance Ignoranceto I IWIMa IgsocaaCSWhen
When 11 Kelly led tIIIa reedudon reedudonto 1 1to
to the convention tioa the abes rtaeom w of ofShaws IIIIIiB IIIIIiBShawa MsShavs
Shaws name was noticed In reply to toQuestions tuquelltioae toquesdne
Questions Miss Shaw said she bad not notseen DOtD notseen
seen D the resolution resolutionMbw utIoD utIoDX
h Mbw Thomas < then moved that thatutleo tne tneresolution tneresoluUea
resolution utleo be spread upon the d dof minutes minutesof Jld uteii uteiiof
of of the convention and Miss Shaw be begiven begivea begiven
given an opportunity to sign the thelU thefl reso resolution ¬
lution or not sign It as she saw imaThis W fit fitTbte AtTId8 fl
This suggestion was taken by Mrs Krsplication iNAvery MrsAvery
Avery and Mrs tTptoa t pton tAt carry epiicatiou Ute JIll JIllpllca
plication Oll that they had acted in an un tmderbanded underhanded UJderbaDdecl ¬
derhanded manner in trying to put putthrough patth putthrouWh
through th the rr r olution over o Miss X ss Shaws Shawshead Sbawheed Shawshead
head They wremptly 1MmptlyDeletPtee resigned resigneddraw resignedDekgstes
DeletPtee 1JIeadeci with them t9 with withdraW wttbdraw
draw their resignations which whichpresented were werepre werepresented
presented by Miss Mauser Hau r cl drequest chairman hwhich of oftbe ifthe
the press committee committeebut at then request requestbut reque8tbut
but In vain They said they would wouldstick woakt5tiek b his
stick it oat a month but b that thenews the business busi Ine ¬
ness committee would have to choose eboosetheir choosethjrft eboMetheir
thjrft their successors ri nn bv that time HII Beyond Beyondthat B yewt yewtthat
that thatton JIeIth wither lira Avery A very nor JI Up Upton Upton
ton would discuss the situation ttoadoLJIMMy sltnadoaMoney situationMoney
Money the Soot Sootthe RMtBut RootBut
But back 0 the Potter reaoinon udIIa udIIathe and andthe
the beHef belt on the part of Its framers framerstbaL Cramerstbat fraIDerathat
that Miss Shaw would not approve ft itr ftlies It Itlle5
r lies a deo deep rooted row between Mra Mrapotter xPotter MraPotter
potter and Miss Shaw Sha w a row that coals oouKiin CCMdIhi coalsend
end on hi agmmtng one or the t3 other otherhow otDerto other
to this row Ie tile question questionhow of I Ihow
how much attention the association associationmust a tlon tlonmust 1nD j jmuet
must pay to toJlrs JsTrs rs Belmont and her herCrsT I Imoaey
4 moaey moaeyrs CrsT rs j Potter and Mrs > IL Belmont bold bolddifferent oJddUffteftt boldsflffer
different sflffer + eet ideas on political settlement ttIIIDeatULttlpn aeuhenenntmatters settlementmatters
matters Mrs Potter think these th thesetementr set settleinent ettJemenbr
tleinent should be miniature democra deesocrades democracies 4emoeraeMs ¬
eMs and selfsui selfsupporting 8elf Itln + If they are an to toaccomplish teIsh toaceoandish
accomplish Ish anything < Mrs MrsIevee r Belmont be believes be beto ¬
lieves ta handing handto < out the cold < old bard banlthe lash tashto lashto
to the settlements to help them along alongTMs aJoDsTIds alongTMs
TMs question came np frequently uently dor derins dorMrs durhaI
ins the past year while Kiss ShaW sad sadYrs
Mrs Potter Fott r were working wo ID1It in tbe tbeomee i ioCOoe snare snareounce 1
ounce at beadduarters qJarters and was at tile tberoot tileroot theroot
root of the differences cUft that grew up upContinued upCoDttaaed upCondoned
Continued on Third Page PageWEATHER eWEATHER PageWEATHER
A redevelopment r 81op1D11t of a high area over the tbeCanadian theCaacItaD theCanadian
Canadian northeast has held the storm stormarea stormarea
area 18 of the present week over tbe tbeern west weotThere westera
era ewer Lake region aDd JI aDd aDdFDOW andFnow
FDOW 1 qaye ave Continued over that seetioaThere eetIoIL j jThere
There were also rates In New England Englandot Knglaadand Enc1aDdaJMi
and tIM northern northernportion portion of the Middle MiddleAtlantic ddJeAtJaade
Atlantic States elsewhere tbe thewas weather weatherwas I Iwas
wasf was fair fairThere
There will be rata or snow w tsa tonight t te Iatbe hithe i ithe
f the lower Lake region and rah tonight tonightIn
In New York and New England Js continu continuing oofl inu inulag DU DUjag ¬
jag Thursday over the northern per portions pertioD8 perbone ¬
bone with lower tempercturee t8l1 t8l1lORBCAST temperstnreePORRCAST j jFORBCAST
f Fate nusteuuft I cool tonight teIIigkGaY t otght Thurs Thursday aas aasgay ¬
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Evidence Evidencet Evidenceof t of Other Deaths Deathsand De Deathst Deathsand ths thsand
and Illness in Swope Fam Family Family FabnitY ¬
ily to Be AdinittedOPENS Admitted AdmittedOPENS AdmittedOPENS
I D Distinct nct Defeat Defe t Suffered Suffet ° ed by fe feDefense the theDefense theDefense
Defense Will Prolong MurderTrial Murder MurderTrial MurderTrial
Trial for Weeks WeeksKANSAS WeeksXA WeeksKANSAS
KANSAS XA SAS CITY Me Apr April SfcJud SfcJudIjatsfeaw 31 tI StfLtsItaw
Ijatsfeaw today tMayoverT1lhtl overrate the defense defensethe ef defee a J tUte hithe
the trial of Dr B B C C Hyde for the thedor UMof aar aarda
dor of Cot Thomas Swope Md decfa decfato deckled eddeIladlak deckledto
to admk evidence reiatln relating to illness illnessdeath or oratk ordeath
death in the Swope family other othertIIat t tthat than thanthat
that of Colonel Swope SWopeTI This was a bard bardblow b bInterest JInIWW
WW to to the tbeIatt dafenae dafenaeIateest
Interest in the case ba bas bsoaw p teems m mtense r rte more moretease
tense te since th the taking ta of test testbegan t tertbatwy tertbatwybegun 1 L 7 7kgaa1UMl
began kgaa1UMl and a Bf a remit rtl taM court courtivras rt rtas reed reedwas
was Well erwded The women in WOMeIIi onion onionhi sere sereIn
hi the majority 3otlty and occupied p pof pi piof
i lof of vantage
Father F tlIer Arrive ArriveI ArriYeI
Th I The e Rev Re G W Hyde father of tile tbedfcfunoant tilewas thindefaeaat
dfcfunoant was among tbe be kilt t toarrive to toarrive titarrhoe
arrive 3 Dr > r Hyde and his wife wlf did didnot ktJI4
not arrive until tli late The 1tb phystda phyahalustshowed phystdashowed
showed no traces of the ordeal onJoaIhIa and aadhis andhis
his wife appeared a cheerful and Impel Impelto mU mUto mlle1to
to nor friends tat she passed down tr e ele ei ei
i aWe le and sat beside bar husband
Mrs Swope appearing tired tirednervous a acdnervous aoervoua
nervous and with a sad look in inber Mr Mre7
i e7 eyes eyesdaughter waIkM iIt a abort distance behind
ber daughter No sign of recognition
wa was passed passedof MIaedAttorDey passedAttorney
Attorney Lucas declared la the cou conies
lof of his hi argument for Dr Hyd H Hyde > that thatwith
under a rule ot law a man be
tried triedfronted for DIM crime could not 1 con
fronted with evidence in another H Hexcluding He HeIIa1d11te4
insisted 1 that this principle IIIaouJd ti onld guide guideCourt
the Court iIt excluding < all evidence of ofWkt oftesehelna
DtIIer tesehelna deatIIa or of an epideseic oC tT ty
pboI4 t fa the Swope SwopeWMt taarff taarffWhat
What Cfcsrge here Was Wasthe W WasThe i iTIle
TIle attorney be au adverse rua ruawould rel relbig
big would vlrtmcfly aarount to a charge
to tIN jury that a plot edIItie4 wiler whereby wherebythe I
the defendant sought to km all H mem msabers member 1IIaDen ¬
ber of the tbeamlly tbeamllyu4p ffcmfiy ffcmfiyJudge tamflyJudge
Judge Latohaw told Attorney Lucas Lucasthat Lucaathat raal
that b he remained up until early euiythe m mtbe e ethe
the morning < reading law books to famil familtions famIJlarlJre famillariae
larlJre himself with tile legal pvpoal pvpoaltions 7
tions and that be did not entirely agree agreewttb agreeLeas
wttb him himAfter
wItbutfr After Aft Attorney A At Leas eoaeivded eoaeivdedDO OOOdf e cI1I fa11 fa11CMIIt ed edthe i
ass assbe CMIIt t aus ua the Ibebe
be DO overruled witnout witnoutState wig beerts fnIIIr the tb tbState i
State This is expect expecttrial expected to prolong 1hI tin tintrial
trial for several week weeks and is the firstdefect first firstdefeat
defeat for tb tile defendant defendantTbe defsdanThe
The testimony of the nurse Mtas K Pearl PvartKeil PearlKeller I
Keller Keil r as to Dr Hydes alleged ertadnal ertadnalparticipation ertadaatparddpation i it
participation t in the death of James JamesMoes e es esMoen
Moes 0118 Huntoa by bleeding Ute latter tm tmbe tD1Jte tillbe
be died was then takenThe taken takenTbe takenThe
The defense deten e wfll make this one ground groundof groaDcIappeal
of appeal in case of conviction convictionHe ronvl < tlon tlonMARK
hHe He May Live the Day Out Out1Is OutIs OutIs
Is Sad Message From FromHumorists FromHumorists FromHumorists
Humorists Couch CouchREDDCXG CouchBEDDCfG CouchREDDt
REDDt REDDCXG eG Cea cDIL April Mr > ark itarkTwata arkTwain k ktile
Twain tile worlds greatest C bumortet 1 is isdyteg 115B isHe
dyteg dytegBe
Be B failed rapidly today lid it was wastbe wasMaMd wasMated
Mated at hill home that lie may lye lyethe lirathe
the day out outHUSBAND outHUSBAND outHUSBAND
HI I Did D It So She Could Mm MmMike MaMike
Mike He HeDy Gasps GaspsDying Gaspsw
Dy DycIIw Dying Dying2TOW
2TOW YORK April 3 I did It so my mygoop stywW i ilId
wW lId ny X8o f goop ilaeped > i dying dyingJjoba 4ylasJoha
Jjoba Kmoeh tbtrtyftve a I the police policettft policelifted Ice IceIItt4d I
lifted ttft d him into the ambolaaee that Mhim took tookhim tookbiro
him to Gouvernenr Hospital today todayAnnie todayAnnie
Annie A the wife thirty yrs old loved lovedMichael lovedMichael i i1I1d1ae
Michael Seidtn te Poland Recently RecentlySoldea RecentlySoldes I
Soldea arrived llT In America and boarded boardedwith boardedwith
with the Ktaoshs Jno Ktoorti thought he hesaw Iesaw benow I
saw signs of returning love between his biswife hiswife hiswife
wife and lath former sweetheart She Sheje Sherii i iJa
rii Ja at his fears aDd assured him hime
Me je e loved 10 him alone Today be shot shothimenlf tJaImNIf shortblmealL I
Italian With New Transportation Slips Discovered by byEmploye
W Watchful tchful Employe of Street Car Company CompanyUp C9mp ny
Up in Police Court
CoMmetor Cde M Gene Geecge e a KidweH of the tbeOftnstel thelraetIoI theOspita3
Oftnstel Traetloa Oompany ODntJ 117 played de decapture derteethe 1
teethe ad seeceeded ReCall till III elieetlag the thae thecapture
capture e of Vincent Trlvano TJionuIoellarpdl charged chargedwith chargedwith
with stealing Bt 24W 4i car tickets > bekmglttg bekmglttgo ing ingto
to o the Great reat Falls and Old Doartofcm DoartofcmItae daloaIIDe Doetabal DoetabaTrivano I
Itae IIDeTrmuo l
ItaeTrivano Trivano who te aa emptore of the theBaltimore theHatdmas 1 1tHore
Baltimore tHore and Ohio freight station stationlowny statiocwas i iwas
was glees a bearing befell Judge MulI MulI1owD7 M ii iiiowny
lowny tbte morning and was add for forthe forthe I Ithe
the grand Jury 17 under a bond of 9 9Aceordlng 1M 1MAeco i6t i6tAceordug
Aceordlng Aeco to the testimony 111 developed developedat
at the hearing KJdwtll noticed Trtvano Trtvanousing TrnanoU8IDg Trlvanousing
using a new k kind nd of ticket that had hadnever hadr hadfreer
freer never r b been n tesred Ins ed to the th public and andFence andFeDce andFence
Fence Pails Dressed 25 Cents Apiece Apiecet
F Tt Ltbbey st Cv w ur a iii 1 AV ATe ATettv
Substantial Majority M jo J Jon Agrees Agreeson I
on Wiley Bill inHouse inHousejjgii IrlH ouse ouseCommittee I ICommitte
Committee CommitteeTAKE CommittefILL CommitteeWILL
Companies c Victorious in Having HavingNwwerous JIaving JIavingNttateious HavingNab
Nab Nwwerous lerous Objectionable Fea Features Features Features ¬
tures Stricken tout thitTbe toutDie SOuLThe
Die House District Committee today todaymode toda7 toda71IIMe toda todamade
mode a favorable report OK Ute Ml 111tzM1aeed > III 4a 4atroduced Si Sitraduced
traduced by Representative R 8MRtatlve Whey of ofNow ofNew ofNew
New Jersey eney providing for wlverwi wlverwitransfers a hoenM hoenMtraD ttiortetltransfers
transfers traD fen over street railway flees In tb tbDistrict daft daftDI8trict titeDistrict
District of Columbia ColumbiaA
t A aofaotaattei tIaI1IIaJKkJ majority m Jorttp of the eomnrit eomnrittee eoumdthoe esmzatttee
tee was Ia favor f of the MU wbloh bad badbeen 1w4IMea hadbeen
been amended lIed by Mr WHey so that k keliminated Itted keUmtted
eliminated ted several ra1 Zeatures eatur l e which W k were werepantos w wjteedoMt wereobjntooabie
objntooabie jteedoMt 10 the 8beetrlh atreetraifnwy T qm qmf < M MTJte
pantos pantosTbe
The feature feat of tb the original f draft by byMr 1tyMr byMr
Mr WIleY to which the theu eosiifMtwas oonpaidermde oonpaidermdeatrenas made madestrenuous
strenuous u 11 DtU objoctton provided for a sys sysTo sysof systaa
taa of JIIIGII tht transfer charges cJIrpUIe chargesto
to the varioas transpec n titoar tl9Ren eo pr1lhs iparatesT pr1lhsT
To T Adyaot A4 A j ot Accoeato AccoeatoIn
I In the bID which wId was reported today todaythis tod7u todaytlfla
this feature was watlodartd Umhsated mad itd provi proviaccovata provis
I s sei h made o that Ute adjustment Or OrI of ofaooovats
I accovata resu resutransfers resulting from Mtarclsnge L ol oli oftraartas
transfers shoA be mutually agreed upon uponby 1IPODby
iI i by die transportatton compaaJes compaaJesIn
I In the event that the cnmusaim are areagreement areunable J Jda
unable th da suck an agreement t the theby thematters I
IIIattenI in upaw NaIl Ins detamiaed detamiaedby t
by the theCotembia tlapr cone Ce vet of the Diuttfet or orCo ofCobtbin I
Cotembia Co upon petition tl1lla filed br oteber oteberPrt dtberS
Prt JIIrtI JIIrtITraMfera 1
S olt loose Transfers TraaofersThe TraMferaTIte
The WSey bUl pn provides + ovidea that thirty thirtydays Ua Uada7s tbFt7days
days after tts s paisau i street IICrMtDIII railway railwayecot rattwayuiiiiuaiiius
ecot uiiiiuaiiius ies ta the District of Columbia CduabiaabtaH Columbiastoall CoIuIabia8baH
stoall tarns transfers traD8t wltMn the 1 District Districtfrom ICrIettraaa stt1ct stt1ctfrom
from the Ones of one company y to thoseof those thoseof tIMJ I
of i ib astthtet tile 0 ioapanfss to have tile tiled theright
d t01Iian that the transfer stialI stialIbe 1 1I
b be icooa rig entrof floe I trio Ia eKdeaodsa eKdeaodsad 1
of the trip on ontramtfer Ute ue f wiich tiIe totransfer i itraD8I
transfer traD8I te teoued so that tbatto e 1 aegar aegarwill I Iwill
will pot be tIIIiabI eaiaWed to u use e echaage tin 1MIer 1MIercbaIIIIe hMerchssge
chaage of tiraasfecs can sra to effect effectfrom efee eet a > trip tripfroIa tripfrom
from one point to another and return returnom r
om one on fare The bill sled provides that tbatM thatraitwa7
raitwa7 lines shaft not be regoifed to toIssue
Issue a transfer on a transfer transferROOT
FOR EUROPE MAY 21 21Expected 21Expected
Expected to Confer With WithRoosevelt WithRoosevelt
Roosevelt Before He HeSails HeSails HeSails
Sails for America AmericaAa
Aa advocate oC the Taft AdathMetd AdathMetdttos a 8 8Uea
Uea may y y et sei the i e ear ot pt former f President Pr PrdeIIt Presi President ¬
dent Roseveit Boost > Ut before V afore be returns toAmelia to tonurlca
Amelia Aerfea AmeliaSenstor nurlca3e
Se8ator 3e tor Root fter o t4lr a conference e It gtthe a atbe
the White H House tius morning said aidbe that thate
be would leave for EurOpe e oa May Z1for 21for 21 21the
for The Ha ue where he will repe eIIttile repr event eventthe
the United states in the negotiations aeaotlgiioastosettle to
settle ttle the Xewx XewtJIId1ancI jndland nsherles ftviteikesput dfe dfeput dtputt
put putt The Senator eoator te closing up his htalegislative hisle hislegislative
legislative le affiaSrs preparatory to start
bag for Europe EuropeThere EuropeThere EuropeThere
There has been a great deal of talkadberent talkamong talk talkAdministration
among Administration adherents 1 1rti tpt
Freskient LJ1 Taft should ° J l have ha sent t a aenvoy i icial
rti cial envoy to Roosevelt to cwenter counteract aa
the effects e oC the Information carried carrtS
from America Amer ca > l > what tK they claim S SeproBentattvee are
aDtiAdmlJdstT anti Adminletr tron eproBentattvee repre As Asnne ASR
Rooeevdt will DOt return until 11 June nne 12 12a J3
Jt isbriof is expected that there will wtlllM be ttnwt fOr
a brief conference eont te Europe EuropeSTEAMER EuropeSTEAMER EuropeSTEAMER
Wt LOJCDON DON April at Th T The e Bra BHttafaateamer
steamer Aagllaa ban which left Boston an
April 1 for London and broke her tall
aft when Sib m mites es west or Past
on i jprtt f t was towed wed Into to Qtteenotowa Queen PWW w
by the steamer Eagfobmana EngJl Englishman ftman
for which all the conductors OB t tit the c
vartw ices te wsabtoston W n had been
on tile lookout He informed J ft theGO the he oo I
P paay y aad OMeer dtoedteet CllnedIqs t arrested arreotedTrivmno c
TrIvsaofe TrIvsaofeThe Trivmno TrivmnoI Tn I
I The aew tickets are different 41 < eRt In color colorK
than lIT that have ev evOr r bees 1f > h 8e be
fe They wen shipped ipped fr fre tJK Globe
Tidlet Tic et Company in PhIIa4elphfa Del
wen all In the original package 35 35000
2 of them rf K when rt tt they arrived at the
Washington freight station stationbox When be the
box boxbad reached the GNat Falls Fallsoffice
otft office an this city It was fotJRd f tl ft
had been opened and that 2400 z 244 tickets tickets of
the value of 110 nw had been taken out
Trlvano said that he bought them from
a negro negroPosts J1eg1OPst negroPests
Posts Dressed 35 3 5 Cents Apiece ApieceFTJoTk
r FTJoTk rerk Libby If CU i o Wi tE tEav fT 1
Defeats Aldridge for Con Congress Congr Congress ¬
gress gr ss by5835 h 5 35 in a 10000 10000Republican 10000Republican j jRepublican
Republican DistrictFIRST District Districtr DistrictFIRSTOF DistrictFIRST
Fought on National Is Issues Is Issues ¬
sues SU Leaders Forecast a aDemocratic
I IDemocratic
Democratic House HouseRESULTS HouseRESULTS HouseRESULTS
havens JJftV R ever AldHdRc A1c1rfd AidriBPeS esL esLPluralitY S S1 S1Plurality KU KUPlurality
Plurality ef Perkins perk1 Republican Republican1o1e1 HcpubllcanTotal ItcP UcaD UcaD1IHt
1IHt 1o1e1 1o1e1Total > t8t81 t8t81TItal
Total ehasi chance = e yerterday ye tertlar16OO SeRterdai16002HA 16003 16003HaAon
HaAon HA erna plurality Racboeter Rochester nech te city dtyjTt oIt oItI city3l I
I 3l 3lPerldsar jTt jTtFerkln I
Ferkln Kecbester BlHrHlirjr 19O8 19O8Total 1908 1848e
e 81 81Tata1 c cTotal
Total cba change KC la laI elt eltT0961 eltT0961Uaies D6L D6LIhfe 061 061Itayciw
Itayciw Ihfe carried sseventrea evenf cn a ef ttren ttrentytive twentytae tweBtytwe
tytive wards War IH Rochester city dtyn cityiii
All n c country antry t tft twsrns vr fret 1t t ODe eaeLjMrt ODeIJHft oneLAet
LjMrt Democratic CeaKTemsman for fortbfa fertWIrl forthis
tWIrl tMetriet trkt elected la 1 laadslWe laadslWe1S Inadslltle1S1Mp Inadslldelost
lost 1S 1S1Mp CeU Kalbert S S Greealeaf GreealeafBy GreealeafBy GreenleafBy
Era vore s ore surprising to pottticteas p of ofFDM ofboth
both JIIIdea here that tile Pee recent YI YIt0IJ vletory
tory fill ese If Pine m the Four Fourteenth FecteeatII I Iteenth ¬
teenth Massacbueetts tta dtotrJet ta the tbenews thenews j
news that James I a S Havens Ba Democrat Democratbaa D Deahoeribaa 11 11canW
baa carried die Tlrtyo Tfcirtj 1Idrt miuonit + asod New NewYork NowYak I ITortt
York district by an enormoos tIIIOCIII majority majoritynto majorityover I IonJI
over nto HopubUcaa eaponem Plio George GeorgeW
W Akiridge AkiridgeThe I IThe
The TIaIrqeeeM14 TMrty socood district is the tbejc rape raperepresented < I It
represented t for years jc by James 3 Br BrRtirtrtVf Brook BrookPerkins i
Perkins a hadtaf RtirtrtVf of t tHc the tbeH theHouse
H House Hc o wh died ed recently Mr AJrM tr trwho o owho i iwbOlII
who wbOlII ta on One of 01 the hest see kesowis Jmewft Jmewftlans MW esW esWclans a S r rWew
clans lans 10 tM ta tati of New York York ta the theI theRopeb i iR
R Ropeb sa ham 01 I Monroe com comto C0anty C0antywhich
which IDIIIadts tile tdtr of Rochester RochesterWban aa clU8UC clU8UCw j
w It orate to die nomination tiolt ot a aMlCdllH asuccoesr
MlCdllH to Mr Perkins Aldridge Aldridgefarced Aldridgeforced I Ifad
farced the nomination JtCmtI of himself oon oonadent oottdsnt
adent t he would wm deopite e his II unsavory unsavorypouneal va uaesverrA ry
pouneal vecozd vecozdA LernDy
A seventooiKday toga followed roltowedm followedwhkll followedfigures
m which fromment t national figures Agurewee gores goreswere
SWe wee called fiT 18 011 b 1 fcj we Excrement Excrementwas I cctttme t twas
was worked up to a high piths Ptclu > aticla aticlaa1 on onal I
al attention atte ti n was riveted voted on ondistrict the Thirty TbtrtAeODdutrict Thirtysecond
Second AeODdutrict second secondal dSotrtet district While the frte trieDd f fHavens d of ofHavens oCHaveD8
Havens made confident conndentoroaictloOB eDt IlIllcttoP tiOo tiOofeel 1te 1tefore be before ¬
fore the election It was the general generalbare f feel fMlme feeling eel eeling
ing here that fat Aldridge would pull pullthrough pullthIeIIfla pullthrough
through by a reduced majority majoI1tyLe nrajorttyLeas majorityLeaders
Leaders Le ers Are Amazed AmazedDemocratic AmuedTo AmazedTo
To the amasemeat or Republican and JMlaJlke andpa
atic leaders alike the returns returnsshow returnstht returnsshow
pa Democratic oc
show that Mr Havens has been elected electedbv electedby I I1ty
bv a plurality of W 6816 These figures are aretlL arethe
ta tlL more astontahing a when it is recalled recalledthat reo recalledthat Ued Uedthat
that Mr Perkins carried the district in inIMS Inby In3tlB I
carried the theT thetllty thecity
IMS by 1047 T Mr Havens H8v DS
where s Mr MrPerldD MrPerkins > r rHe
city of Rochester by 3i4L Ji
Perkins carried It iA 1HS by y i15 i15FolloWing 21L 21LFoIiowirrr
FolloWing dose OIl the beats ot the therftDrkabl ther
rftDrkabl triumph of Mr Foss 1A 1AKaachuetU inMassachusetts
r Re Repu1 Re Repnbllcaa
Massachusetts where be changed 8
UcaD majority ol about U 14I to 3 3JeIOOCdc
JeIOOCdc j pu1 nocratc He majority JMJo of about 1000 tl000eleocba the tbenmrty OaeeIecdoa
eIecdoa of Jr Ha Havens Is widely looked lookedby i ieo
by poltid t1dans wtthoUt wit respect to topartY u uparty
forerunner of the crushing cru ehing ehingdetest
as a
detest SSSt partY t of the Republicans In the eloc elections eleetbns I
Somrnext tions next f tn H and the choice of f a aDemocratic aDemocratic
Democratic House HouseR HowteRpublkan HouseRruubltcan I
R Rpublkan WIcan leaders of the Consres Consrescarooalgn Congreai Congresi4orral
i4orral campaign i are talking of tbe dec decto eIect1on deetbn
t1on of Haver as as4he Que to local condi condiBerioiialy condi1 condi1Snit t tdcrDS
dcrDS Such talk boe roerer l ja not taken takenseriously wk ft
seriously Democrats laugh at the Idea Ideaand IdeDd I
and sedottah Kepuhlkan Ileptlhlkanin Democratsbers roenibers bers of the House HouseIn
In most instances DC8 do not conceal their theirbeltefthat Utrdiet theirbelief
beltefthat diet that the ne outlook for a HepuMi Pepublleah Pepubila
53 eah a House in the Sirtysecoad Sixty oooo Con Conc ConIft Congreen
green Is extremely black blackI1aY blackmade
I1aY made his oampaigno csmp1gu on DrnCtl DrnCtlcallY
callY c llv the same issues that t carried Foes Foseto Fosto Foesto
to victory in Marench Massachusetts M8 hlMltt inshpint Hla ie shpint shpintform plat platform vlatterm ¬
form orm advocated tariffttreet tariff reform In the e in intercet 10teretrt
tercet of the eonKuroer conn > a revision of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the duties duU on wool nr nrwa and woolen wool wa goods goodsa g ga ods odsa
a removal of the tax on onher hides and lum lumber lumber ¬
ber a removal of the tax on iron ore orem 018IDceme orean
m Income tax taXand and iadepeoderee indepeaderceof of a1 a1liotkiutl all allleal allJIOIItkal
JIOIItkal leal booses regardless regard ees of party partyAMridges p paryAbdridges rty rtyAjridges
AMridges Record R era Hurt Him HimUndoubtedly HimUlllloUbteclly HimUndoubtedly
Undoubtedly Havens was greatly greatlyIteiped greatlyhelped j jboss
helped by y the record or Aldridge as asb n nbgsa
boss Aklridce Aklddgeau has been one of the theoreraost the4eremo the1ereinost
oreraost of the antiHughes leaders ers hi hiNew mNeW isNew
New York This has earned him the theresentment therestmeat theresentment
resentment of the Hughes people Evidence Evi Evidence EviPn ¬
dence e brought ht out at the recent fire e in insurance Insurance insurance ¬
surance Investigation investIgat on also al was daxnagbf damag damagIN damaging
bf to AldridgeThe Aldridge AldridgeThe AJdrldzeThe
The latter admitted that he received receiveda
a check for MOO from Elijah kah Kennedy Kennedyan
an agent < ent of the Are insurance conpanen con coiapanieci
panieci While Mr Aldridge denied that tbatbe thatbe thatbe
be had profited personally by the check checkand checkand
and declared he had hadthe turned the money moneyinto moneyinto s
into the treasury of the a Republican Republicanthe or organization or orgu ¬
ganization gu the fact aet be had received it itwas ItWMJ Itwas
was used against him with effect effectThe e1fectThe effectThe
The churches took up the Issue ISSU and andfcbe andc1ergyme andclergymen
fcbe clergymen In moat instances came cameout cameout cameout
out for Havens Organized G thed labor asowpnorted also alsosupported alsosepnorted
supported Havens H and the a Democratic Democraticational DemocraticJttIoDl Democraticnational
national committee etcre cam to his aid aidAteo aid aidAJ id idAlso
Also speakers were sent to his as assistance assletaDCe assistance ¬
sistance Eugene Eu Eugenerevision ne N Foss s recently made madsa
a strong tariff revision r Hsorb speech in Inof favor favorof favorof
of Havens Ch Charles Charl miles H Hatnlln erf ctfMassachusetts erfMassachusetts C1Ma
Massachusetts Ma eadtu etts who was liras Assistant Sec Secretary Secretary Secretary ¬
retary of the Treanry under President PresidentCleveland PresidentC1eYelaDd PresidentCleveland
Cleveland was another speaker sent to toHavens toHavens toHavens
Havens aid aidAWHdg akLAldrldg6 hidAldridge
AWHdg on the th other hand band xrtio hasbeen has hasbeen hMbeeU
been the boss of Monroe Mo roe county for fortwo fortwO fortwo
two decades decadesbad bad a superb suiierb organization orranlzatlonHe orsranizatlonrelied
He relied on it to win him the victory victoryHe
He stood on a platform giving general generalsupport genera1j
support Ir to Republican policies poflcIre and the thepolicies
policies of the Administration Admlal tratJon He was wasknown wasknoWn wasknown
known as a standpatter on the tariff tariffand ariaaJMia8 tariffand
aJMia8 and as an adherent a hereDt of Caanonism CaanonismThe Caanonl5mThe CannonietnThe
The Issue of Cannonfem CJUlOld lB played Dlay d no nosmall nosmall nosnnall
small part b bJ the election It became becameapparent becameapparent tea Ctrig Ctrigapparent
apparent that the sentiment in the theCbuiia thecouU theCoatllimed
Cbuiia couU 6d OB o Fourth Page PagePosts PagePosts PagePosts
Posts Rough as 5 and 30 Cents Apiece ApieceTPrstnV ApieceFrank I
Frank Adv Ubbey A Co Cth a d > TV T Ave AveAdv AveAdv I
I Defeated b feated for Congressman Congressman < I
GEORGE W ALDRIDGE of Rochester H Y YR YReptrldta
R Reptrldta 1JIIH Bee cf Meaoe ne County Beaten By James S Ham Democrat Demecrathr DemocratFor
hr ccr1Sy Ce res By sl35 5 f35 Ia a District XmiMny Gi Gtring a aioooo
Jopoo Rep > tbican ajority
T < jK f
He w ro WorlcStilmpPrelimlntlry work Afeowi on onStHmip t IT
StHmip StilmpPrelimlntlry StilmpPrelimlntlryTrip StilnFPrelirn1Trip Prdimtetdy PrdimtetdyTrip ry
Trip in June JuneBy
Hibjlum ps Ihus H Taft t will do more ereu w wrath wraththis rk rktins
tins svmmer as a ponwoai scump nseajc nseajcor Je Jeer
er tbanbas tbanbasother ua has ever DeeR dons W nay other eUMrpt otherether
other Pfootdont pt eeidsnt I IIlIDt of the Halted U States StatesOoDgreaetoojal 9tU8to Statesaccording
according to the present plans of tIM theBeg
Beg R bilcea tc OoDgreaetoojal Co greutrloC eeetsst Ooaah Oommtttoe Oommtttoesave ee ee31oet I
31oet oC tM speeches 1M wUl make to to1tI toaid
aid t party In its de APt 10 tosave I Iye
Honreoeirtaaves Honreoeirtaavesleaders Represeassdvesfrost 1 t tfrom
save ye the next House of It
from DemOertiC contra will be beered deily deilyered
ered lit June aDd 1 early part of feptember 8eP 8ePt
t temberThe mbecT
The T e Preel President 8ltt has toW aIl the P pastyleaders 7Jeadenl
leaders and politicians that tbathave Utthye be asset assethave
have haveB elete re t during his stay Ia IaBfiedy inBeverly
Beverly B verly verlycation aDd his frie de beck this 1IP 1IPwttA upwith
with the a that 1M hoe had JIIICb JIIICbhen1 apcba
a bard wmters work as to seoeseitate seoeseitatehis clT te tehis
his recupertIDg recupet Uog m petoo IIIIl ghise oar turbig oarlag
big the greater part t ol aI aIcatIoD summer Va VaRepresentative
cation cationRepresentative
catIoDe Representative e WlUle vrattam a m B McKtaiey McKtaieyof
of Illinois chairman of the tbesiODl Ooeree Ooereepractical Ooagcesstoneh
siODl Coe Commtttee mttee and the other party part7leaders partyleaders
leaders welcome whet they tIiMIreena1at7 coretder a apractical
practical certainty that the President Presidentwill Prweatwill Pred6 Pred6will
will be their biggest asset is the coming comin5campaaia comingcampaign IICcampl
campaign campl
To Sound WDd Kejaote KejaoteHe teHe
He will be e expected to soa sound d tbe kojr kojraete kerBete kssnote
note of tl the e ftght throughout tlK oa the entire entireMiddle eatIreIe entireMiddle
Middle Ie West OB his two forthcoming forthcomingtrips fOrt fOrttrtps forthoomtngtrips
trips to the West The first trip win ty U be bemad eAlriI beWadi
mad Wadi ArrU AT tt M 9 when he wm Wilt touch Ohio Otatoaad 01110aDd Ohioand
aDd adjaoent ad J Sta1 States StatesThs rtes L LTtas v vTtes
Ttes wUtb motif be rather eariy to tot amuse a say saygreat y ysrrsat
great t interest t in Ute CoRgreaetomU fight fightbut Adltbut fightbut
but on June I 4 be wfU speak at the thein meetMr meet meettbe
Mr in at 1ac1a1on Midi In celebration OIl dthe OIlthe
the fovndte of Ute Recubttcaa R party partyand NIrtTIMl partyand
and 111 that address and one which be betrott JIewill beaft
will dellyer a day y or tw later 111 De Detroit Detroit
troit the party v leaders expect to fed a aCoatiaued aCo aContinued
Continued Co tlnued on Third Page
v vernor aoc Hughes H ughes Decides DecidesMillionaire Decid DecidMillionaire DecidesMillionaire
Millionaire Is Fugitive FugitiveFrom FugitiveF FugitiveFrom
From F om JusticeAL1LNY Justice JusticeALBA2Y 1 1AUKAXT
AUKAXT ALBA2Y N Y A AHodEstot April 3SFreak 3SFreakRoiMet FnLDk
HodEstot mfWoiMire President Jkt tt of the tbePrass thePrSteel thePremed
Prass PrSteel Premed d Steel Car carmJa Company charged charged4th chargedwith I
with 4th conspiracy and aciu bribery ta eonnoc eonnoctton saaeodon
don with the Pittsburg graft scandals soaadeJswM scandalswilt k kbe
wM be turned over to the burg Pittsburgtbe Pttt Ptttsburgauthorities
authorities for trial as the reedit of a adecision
44 today bY Governor Hughes on ontile onthe
tile application 8ft for his extradttkm br brthe bythe
the Pennsylvania authorities autborteteeGovernor aatbodtleeOoWDOr authoritiesGovernor
Governor Hughes said saidj leIIM saidThe
j The only question te whether he heshould heouId beshould
should be regarded r as a fugitive fre fregraat rem remIII fromjustice
justice III I find that be is is sad hence 1teDoewtJI hencewfll
wtJI grant the sparraat warraaLGets warraatGets sparraatGets
Gets Habeas Corpus Writ WritfEW WritNEW
3 fEW BW YORK April Ji F F X Hoe Hoffctot HoCrRot Hoeslot
Rot nreeoteat Pt of the Pressed PrStMI Steel 9te t Car CarCompany Car0Napaa7 Carc
c Company tnpang whose wtaoeextra4IIUoa extradition to Penn Pennsylvania PemaQlYaIda Pennsylvania ¬
sylvania was w ordered by GovernorHughes Governor GovernorHughes GoBOrH1Jgbe
Hughes at Albany today was arrested arrestedby nMt arrestedby
by Detectives from the district attor attorneys attDr1tQs attorneys ¬
neys office at DOOR DOORBefore JIOOILBefOCe noesBefore
Before they could arraign him before beforea
a magistrate they were served with a awrit awrit awrit
writ of heabas corpus demanding del111 ill iimiMlliii tbat tbatthey tlIIItproduce thatthey
they produce him before Judge Holt Holtin BattIn Hottin
in the United States Circuit t rcuit CourtThe Court CourtThe CourtThe
The writwas writ w was secured ed by Hoffistots Hoffistotsattorney Ho88totsattomey Hof stots stotsattorney
attorney John ehR B Lindsay and alleged allegedthat alhge4tbat allegedthat
that the granting of the extradition extredltbt d dmand ck ckmand de demand
mand and the proceed proceedconstitutional proceedings contemplated OODtempiatedIn contemplatedPlttub
In Plttub Plttsbtlq were at VIolation accused or the th e econstitutional eNARROWLY
coo constitutional tltu rights of the accused accusedNARROWLY CU5edNARROWLY
PTrTSBrjRp PITTSB Pa April 38t A Strike Strikebattle strlkeDattJe strikebattle
battle was averted today at the Scboen Scboenvflte SdIoeRYi11e Schoentille
vflte plant of tile Pressed Steal Car CarComnwity CarcOJIIII CarCompany
Company cOJIIII whoa W 1W 1 American Am strikers strikersreturned Heeraret1uDed linkersreturned
returned to work mdrridaatty mdrridaattyIt 8IIy 8IIyIt
It bad been planned to have have them themmarch themmarch hemmardt
march to the Ut plant with ao American Aworteankg
IIqIllUM kg te tbe tMatr van I I
ForeIga atr atrvaa ken threatened to b eak eakup I
up the parade so It was MllIlt
Georgetown Geoig town Students AIlNight Vigil Rewarded Early EarlyThis EarlyThis arIy arIyThis
This Morning r 1orningHalleys rHalleys Pet Clearly Visible to toleaked toNaked
Naked Eye About A out 4 oClock o > C eck >
Before BeforeGeorgetoovn sunrise teday two students eAts of ofi atGe9rgeto
i Georgetown Ge9rgeto University experienced Ute tbej Utepleasure thepleasure
j pleasure of watchteg HaDeyscoraet Haneys hornet as asit asIt asIt
it traversed the skies a short distance distanceabove distanceabove taDeeabove
above the horizon horizonThese horizonThese horizonThese
These students studentJghR John McCormick Y nmck and ajadJames aJkiJames andJames
James K Lynch LjDchbOth both of the class of ofIMSspent 9f1ifspent of1812spent
IMSspent the night in the observatory observatoryof o
of the university for the purport of ofcatching ofcatching ofcatching
catching a glimpse of the comet and andat andat andat
at 4J6 oclock their nights vigil wasrepaid was wasrepaid WIUIrepaJd
repaid when they espied Mr Halls HaUlVspet Hallspet Halryspet
pet According to them It shone with withIthe wItlathe withthe
Ithe the brightness of or z star 9t < the second secondmagnkuoe second MICOItdmagnttuae secondmagnitude
magnitude continuing Ag in this bright brightness brightflees t tneS ¬
ness for more than half aa hour They Theysay Theysay
say it was vIstWe v to the Baked eye eyeBoards eJeBoards eyeBoards
Boards Dressed d Saoo 2 zoo 0 Per JOQ Ft FtFmak FtJIrtUtk FtFrank
Frank Libber A Co 1tJa th t JC T Ave AveAdv AveAdv Te Ted
Adv d V t
1 W 1 f
up p to within threequarters ef an hour hourof oorof beerof
of sunrise The famous tail tatt1ookd looked toj to toIta tobe
be about three t times the t e diameter of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the head and spread out fanshaped fanshapedThe fanshapedThe
The students first located 1 cated the comet cometwith cometWith cometwith
with a common field glass then with a1 a1genuine a aglIll1C agenuine
genuine comet searcher s rcheraDd and finally with witha
a refracting telescope The glasses werelaid wereIk1 were werelaid I
laid aside and JHl1Ite 4hyoung 4be young men were sur surprised surprI stirprised ¬
prised to find they could trace the comet cometwithout cometwithout I Iwithout
without the use of any kind of gteasee gteaseeThe gla8eesThe biassesThe
The position po of the comet war boct bo t I
5 degrees d above abovetbe the horizon and Several reveraidegrees Severaldegrees FeYeralnorth
degrees north of east at the tome it itwas Itwas itwas
was sighted sightedTMs sightedThIs sightedThis
ThIs is the first time that tile 3 Jralley Jralleycomet 7alleycomet alley alleycomet
comet has be beand been seen without the u te e of ofa ofa ofa
a glass and this thisseen probably wa was dbe to totbe totbe tothe
tbe extreme extle clearness de aees of the atm atmphere s sanere
phere phereClear anere
Clear Stnpjsxier r Hy EfYS Ei IScreens Screens eens i Gk a FtFrsk Ft Ftyrank FtJIIIIPk
yrank IJttbey A CU C0th 5th t A N TCl Y YAve YAveAd Ave AveAdv AreAdv
Adv Ad
Alleged Remarks to Be BeBasis BeBasis BeBasis
Basis Miss Geralds Attor Attorney Attorney AttorneY ¬
ney Intimates IntimatesD
Insurgents Lose Again in Conven Convention ConventionCemiure ConventionCetiotire ¬
tionCemiure tion Ceaeure Vote Al Alkrwed AJJawed A1lowed
Jawed to Stand StandMrs s sMrs
Mrs Matthew T Scott pn pratliaoiga pratliaoigaeral Ai Aieral M nl gon goneral
eral of die D A A K will b be wed forslander for forstanoer fOl8Iaa
slander by lifts Ago ASMS Herald On Ongaaizatton GMtmartly an anmanly
manly discharged emp byo c ftte M Mpaiattoa organizaden
gaaizatton hT alleged remarks ef f C the thepreeMeatgaBeral tbipreldentlfe thepresidentgeneral
preeMeatgaBeral end ooBeemteg 1OR urDiag Miss Geraid Ger Oerto Gerald
aid are fOIIIId It the tatters aUltnley aUltnleyto
to have been bt8ftThis made madeThis madeThis
This was made known this afternoon attecaoonby
by Attontar S So Cohen Wimmnnnn whoIs who whuis whois
is repreeeattag Mtee Gerald 6eraMLNot BNNot GeraldNot
Not only will Mrs Scott b be said saidtr said saidMr MklrIr
Mr tr WifliKnson Will lie tf certain things arefound are arefound arefouocl
found to be true trIM but all the otteera otteerait of cers cersof
or the D A R wtJIlNI will be teed collectively coIJeetIyelytor
for having indorsed tIt JWuNt JWuNtcrars gen generals
crars d91 ot Mica herald whichit which 1IJtkhIt
it is alleged AI was based Mhea on Mrs MraScotts MrsScotts Jiracott
Scotts shtaderon laroa charge chargeWith dauPWIth chargeWith
With tbe probability of then twosuite two twobeing two8ult
suite b81a being j another sis erlue oC ofDebug oCUe
being Ue mstitnted which will be to recover re recover recover ¬
cover back wages for Mies Gerald Mr MrWilliamson JirwnUa e eWilliamson
Williamson wnUa is today prepartcg g tilt suit suitMay saJtMay suitMay
May Pie S s t At CneeA Cace Cacemade eacA
A demand for bar wages of the uu uuoC
oC March lid pI1I probe y will 8e bemade 8ede
made by Will Wis Gerald today XC the theemond thedemand
demand is refaeed the suit salt whichpractically which whichwin wIdehKCdcaJIy
practically has been prepared win be beregulars be4JecI beflied
flied Immediately ImmediatelyThe tdy tdyThe
The defeat oC the ba insurgents by the thereeggulals
reeggulals regulars r yesterday according to Mr
WOUamson ltamson has not mfiucnccd baG JIll JIllalds Mhoaids Gcr GcrWscase
aids Wscase last m the least He H said tbat tbatthe thatthe
the whole matter as far as Miss Gerald d
Is concerned is one of her rights rlgbt both botballeged bothwith
with respect i the salary that in due
her aDd the deartzas of her name L t the
alleged wed slanderous charges that have haveof haveado e
Deea Ie IeAs ado a5aIet ben benthe
As the attuaden ta stgode ant JAIMr
that for flack wagede pr prnmteilp < are areof
of I betas insttartod a vtatmm un Ute ie in 108IIIt
MrtdiBiJsttit ilaldd silt agsbist MxsSsdtt1e Mn rolL in aU allprojbaWllty aUwiD aUprebebilky
projbaWllty win be entered while the
filing of the third tbtnIlJUIt suit win depsrgt fa + i largely large largeMay
11 OIl what the Ja law 10 the ease sMay IlL IlLMay
May S See e Entire Beard BoardIt BeardIt
It Sa said that Inasmuch 8IDtJC as tte ttetJoA8I tI e aa aatioaal satiael
tioaal board would not give Mtas IIIsaa tise1 tise1as Oiia Oiiaa
aa a opportunity to answer Mrs Seorfs Seorfsebarsee sttdIrg Scottscharges
charges dIrg the members of the boned bonedmay bamay boaidmay
may collectively be sued for slander slanderprovided slanderprovided ertheir
provided then action in sustaining su Mrs Mrsher XlScott Ira IraScott
Scott was based upoa au acceptaao ofher of ofIter
her alleged slanderous charges chargesIf
If Mrs Scott Is sued there IE littledoubt little littledoubt Jitt1edoubt
doubt that all the officers o will be sued suedInformation suedIDtonuatJon suedInformation
Information of every sort bearing on onthe onthe onthe
the president pre ldeDt generals charges against againstMb againstMiss
Miss Mb Gerald te being investigated In ed t by byAtomey byAtoiney y yAOorney
AOorney WUUasnooriL WUUasnooriLHe W WHe
He intimated this afternoon that in inMrs inXr5 inMrs
Mrs Scotts printed circulars cl 1ars concerningtbe concerning ng ngtile
tile dismfesal clisn sai of Miss 111 Gerald there maybe may maybe JDa JDa1M
be sufficient 8Ut cteDt grounds upon which to base has4suit ba basea
8 suit for or slander but that it is remark remarkwbtch J8IBrkswlalch remarkswhich
which she is alleged to have made i tfriends ifriend h hrleDd
friend about the character of the dis discharged dlsCJIarged discharged ¬
charged employe te which be Is particularly partic plUtlcularIJ ¬
ularly interested interestedHatre tDtere interestedNature ted tedHat1lre
Nature of Remarks TFakaowm TFakaowmJoet U UIt UnlmewaJust
Just what the nature of these remarkis remark remarkis reaaar reaaaris =
is Mr Williamson oa would not indicatebut indicate indicateMeat tt ttNt
Nt he 2I that If be found tile prt prtJdeRt president
Meat general had made them be undoubtedly un undoubtedly u uoabtedly ¬
doubtedly would institute a soft for forslander 10rsIaader torslander
slander against her as there would hmore be bemore bemore
more than grounds rounda for such ucbMIII8 action actionMiss yrm yrmMtos
Miss Gerald was not in her apartments apartmentsat aptItmenat c s sat
at the Ontario and could not be sec seen seenAttorney nAttorney n nAttorney
Attorney Williamson however said he taehad hebad hebed
bad decided to take her fight to t tcourts tcourte tcourts >
courts and meant to bring out facts in msupport insupport Insupport
support of her b < cause which tile national nationalboard nationalboard
board of the I D > A R R would not receive receivewhen recehwilen receivwhen
when that body tndor indorsed sed the recommen recommendation recommendation n ndatloll ¬
dation of the president tANOTHER general generalANOTHER generalANOTHER
The insurgent faction of the Daughters Daughtersof rs rsor
of the mexl JD8I mernrn SII an Revolution met with a asecond nod asecond
second od defeat at the hands of tile ad adnunietration admhU administration
ministration mhU forces f ICe at this mornings morningssession mondngtiHUlon madngssession
session cC cy tb continental conttDentalbeD congresif congresifwhen s sben
when beD an e anon ort to have the vote of ofcensure o oeen ofce
censure ce eenre passed ed by the coagncse yester yesterday yesterday ¬
day 7 njtming J ruing against Mtes Mary Maryrecording Wilcox Wilcoxrecording WIlcoxreeoldiDg
recording secretary general expunged expungedfrom expungedfrom
from the minutes was made madon by the theopposition
opposition and proved futile fotUeTbe futileThe
Tbe later auittence ce ofr Daughters Daughtersgathered DauPterpth1red Daughtersgathered
gathered at Continental C taIIIaJ1 Hall Ustenea Usteneawith UsteDeabreathless Iheneiwith
with breathless interest ID to Miss WDcoxs WDcoxsreading WDcoxsr s sreading
reading r of the minutes JJ In which she shegave shesave shegave
gave a detailed account of the dramatic dramaticproceedings dralDal1C1DC8 dramaticroeeedIng
proceedings 1DC8 of yesterday mornings ses session session HaI ¬
sion including I the vote of censurepassed censure censurepassed
passed by the congress es against hers hersImmediately herself herselfImmediately JIeneIfImmeditely
Immediately upon esoagainst the conclusion coaeI oagainst n of ofBallinger orthe ofthe
the reading of Ie minutes Mrs x A ABalJlnger ABallinser
Ballinger one of the District Daugh Daughters Dlulght Ilaughters ¬
ters t rs who although a1tbou b related to toScott Mrs MrsScott DirsScott
Scott is numbered tar the front rank rankof raakpC rankp
p of the insurgent faction rose to her herfeet berfeetstmultaaeoasly herfeet
feetstmultaaeoasly feet feet simultaneously with a dozen dozenether dosenother dozenother
other wemeaHer wemeaHer wemea womenHer
Her Relative Becagnised BecagnisedMrs R RrS
Mrs rS BaUteger ger my y friend and rela relative noJate relative ¬
tive is recognised recognisegradoalY graciously sled sledPresident ealledPresident uKPreslde
President t Geenral Scott her wdrds wdrdsevoking wdrdsevoking nJ nJevoking
evoking laughter from both sIc of ofUte elthe ofthe
the house houseI
I move that all reference ref < eIICe to the thevote thevote thevote
vote ef censure eea ure be stricken from fr a therecord the tbsrecord ther
record r rd said Mrs Ballinger BallingerThis B HehlingdrThis liRgM liRgMThis
This motion was met with applause applauseaad P Pa1Id applauseand
and the cries o of No NoT o 1 i the thegeneral theenerl thegeneral
general excitement which followed followedMrs tolhweQIrs
Mrs Irs Brfllngers BalU r words the antis antisforgot ajitisforgot ut utforgot
forgot to second her motn This Thisgave
gave the adminietratfoatetg adIDlul traUo hrts t taelr In Innings ¬
nings ft ap and almost before the laser insurgents lasergoats ¬
gents g nts knew what was happening the theminutes theminutes
minutes had been accepted by the thecongress theeon thecongress
eon congress es with the t vote of f censure censureagainst mssagainst re rea
a against inst Mies Mi e Wilcox still tiJl on record recordMrs recordYrs recordMrs
Mrs Lymaa ua G Swonn Swormetedt tedt corre corresponding COITesponcDRg correspondiag ¬
sponding secretary general was washeartily washeartily washeartily
heartily applauded when she her herCoDtIn1M4 he favp av a aContinued aContinued
Continued on Third Th Ird Pagt PagtFlooring P8gFlooringA1a Pagc1 Pagc1Flooring
Flooring FlooringA1a Ala Geed StsS 235 Per lOG FtFrank Ft FtFran PtFnm1t
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