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HANDS OFF PROBE1 PROBE1President PROBE PROBEPresident
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The PiieMeatt p today Mat tb tae foHew foHewtea fellewIf
tea nifassmii If IifTtID to fja6ress Oaaf w bearing oa the Aberevert ther
r revert OB oat reooest of the House to fuiataa fuiataait fur k kk
it wtta fact as to why wII It t to taexpedl taexpedleat meat MI MIeft
eat to eeatawe eot ie tevesUgatian lit of custom customOa east m mhue f
e lmaade it thin time timeon
0 Oa April II J t the HOOK JMIMIl pas ad a areeetatlaa a1 a1rI I IreeMtlo
reeetatlaa rI Iteeoived ohrec Hut tbe President Presidentbe 1I4IIIIIdemDe
be De gad be IB hereby requested t to tofora ta taform ta tat
form t the House if not teeoiaparlhie icom IlK a BUT BUTm sdbie sdbiewith i iaay
with m public IRteftIIt h ter what tads It tesq
esq now exist which make inexpedient inexpedienttboroagfc Inexpedata it ita
a tboroagfc euamteatfoa eo < w m h stton at I hte time by bythe bythe bytare
the House of Representatives of fraud fraudPresident 11daita ft tads tadso
ita the costoaw rice mentioned w tile thePrdhoMemt
President Pr in fats ls annual annualCwaacrets uaI mehsago to the tJtea I i
t Cwaacrets ngters at a this ptnslon IIIoar ptnslonaad
r I bog herewith to IDcIa a joint re report re report
port c f die Secntar7 Seaeteryd 01 Ute TnIa Trdranryand I
and tile tb Attorney General sbowta ahowthg ex exactly dhaactIy j jCd
actly wemt has been beenservice die by tbdtab aIIII aIIIINIII aadby
by NIII sabonIlData aDII afl tile Present Presentstate I ItMe
state ofl of ct bt the matter OIl the III IIIv in inoC
v G tile franc tD the cu tome 1 jsense 1eelYlce
service mentlond mentlondmurisase t r eI by me III my aIIIIaaIl aIIIIaaIlI aIIIIaaIlrId ananel ananele ananelTbis I
murisase e j jt 1 1invest
rId report t show that the executive executiveand exeeutlYein eeuttve
in invest lt on and the mvestigaUon tD investigation tioD by byy bythe I Ithe
the grand jury y for the purpose of Ming brtegitlon Minghrg I Itag
tag tM plltY guilt penIODa s to J justiceTbe are lOt lOty lOtoThe not7et
y 7et ten
oThe of grantIng tmDaaaIty taamaaltyb I
b by a COIIKr Costeeiooat 1 itlon white whitef wbIIethe whilethe
the ePeWRce f and grand Jury tavestigaj tavestigajccilouc invest mvestand investilea
ilea and trlak are iwoesedthg s IItB1 > amaaedov a aIeItIMI
ccilouc IeItIMICue oneCae one
Cue ef 1 ReiD Cited Cfteithe CiWTills CitedTMs
Tills k sedideatIy M IDuated by theceee tile tilecaee
caee of Chscks R R B Helkti referred to III IIItM Inthe
the report of the Secretary a of the theTreasury dieTrr7 tboTresreoty
Treasury and the Attorney ereaeraL ereaeraLSugar ersL1I4Ae Aens L LHe
1I4Ae le tile secretary el It AtcaD AtcaDSupr 1 meiesn meiesnSugar
Sugar Bennteg coceM Ciinaauy c V y and is the theHighest diemetal thehigirst
Highest metal of the eainaaay r say no amid io ioin tobe
be h pticeted in the t e frauds fran s except to hsletsloidsut toH IDIa J
letsloidsut Ia AIIJ It H 0 Ha KaI h3soseseysr tiaeyei who whoof whodied ho hodldtweWMlulafterUte
died dldtweWMlulafterUte two weeks otter the diaeecy lo of ofthe h hthe
the frauds fraudsIn 1nadIa I II
In the tave l igatio atJoa before the thejury grand grandJUT KnadJ
JUT as to whether wile tIler the c cn clug n American Kelta Keltaing
lug Company y s now o w ca a party to Jteaa1 an B Blegsl D DJepI 1 1legal
legal combtaai n under the Sherman Shermanantitrust SbeIDaaa3atitn Shermanaadtrust
antitrust t act I laike i ike was summoned of offldal4 i I IfidaUy 1ftdaJJy
fidaUy ma the ecretary of the reflnteg resntngcompany < j jcompany
company to produce certain documents documentsand duc documentsand 1
and furatah certain information respect respectmg respecting ¬
jug the inquiry under the antitrust law lawZa law1a I I
Ia Za the trial of the indictment found foundagainst fouDda foundagabst
against a him for complicity in the frauds fraudsOB j jOft
Oft the revenue effected by the false falsea i iof iof
wMng of sugar he filed fliedfrom a apie special specialphfifc
pie claIniIn phfifc immunity > annnityprsauten from the theprosecution theof
prosecution of the indictment t by reasoni reasoniin reII80n reII80not reaeonof
ot JdII In evidence before the grand jar jarin JeryIn
in the antitrust aD n case His RiaoYellaJed plea was wasueattoB w woverruled
overruled 1ft the ct cLcuIt cutt court but the tIaewa the4ceetbu
4ceetbu ueattoB was carried to the Supreme Supremem Supn1D8wJdda SuprmneCog
Cog 1 which refused m A to pau 011 14 14cause it t be beBOt be becaAo
cause not property J per2y before the court eGtlea now newleaving nowleaving
leaving lea It aim to be rateed in the event eventof neatof eventof
of a conviction upon pon appeal from the theHaw tilet
court court14w t fill tile circuit 00tIrt 00tIrt1tew
Haw Kearfy Ife y Cesaaiete Cesaaieteuntried CeteTIN CalltlbeTh
TIN Th hrvatigatiea intIn ad proscutIe proIteCa proIteCatlaa
tlaa tIe of tile frauds tra liD tile wefghers of office ofI
nearly eoesete although althoughthere
1iee are DOW I ItIMIe
there are a II1 number flit tJReIIta ye yet yetuntried
untried The ejtecutive eJ and Judictel in inpt meMIr invdsttptIees I
vdsttptIees eMIr into die frauds ia the ap apprateeI appratsm
pt prateeI steers office however bow ever arc atffi pro prooeadtag proIt proceedIS
oeadtag It will take a considerable considerablethae ccr 1 ble bleu bietime
time to complete e them It may be added addedthat addedthU addedthat
that the character of the investigations investigationsis IIIWIItlp IIIWIItlplI
lI tile wedghers r aDd appraisers ot ofacees otJi
acees Ji is such that a Congressional Congr goo gool com committee commitIee ¬
l mitIee would have to wait uponexpert upon such aa aaexpert IIexMrt
expert search as is now proceeding pt1Du K ta teJB8Ire tomake j jThe
make clear the frauds fraudLTtae fraudsThe
The grand Jury tavestigatioa IDve8t into the thecharge tIMdaarp thecharge s
charge of countrywide monopoly monopolypressed moaopoJya mane maneis pall pallagainst
a against tile refining company is tMWIC tMWICpre beragpressed
pressed with vigor but the evwteace evidence is isso iaso
so voluminous and widespread thatneceswrfy that it te tenecessarily Isn
necessarily n y slow slowThe 1iIow11M blowThe
The primary prh ry duty with iwoect to tofrauds tofraudll tofrauds
frauds in the executive service tails falteecntive f1Jaupon tailsto
upon the executive to direct directecutive proper
ecutive taveatigatioa and upon uponcov spancovey dllt dlltOVt117 d
cov covey ry of fraud aad crime to tojudicial dhect dhectjudicial 1 1Judtc
judicial aI investigation for the purposes purposesof
of reckoning what Is due the Govern Government GoYentJDetIt Government ¬
ment It is farther the duty of tbe tbeexecutive tbeexecutiTe theexecutive
executive to make such executive executivechanges executiveby I i
c changes ta the service both by removal removalf reJDOVal1
4 f taefncieat civil servants mrvan and by bychanges
changes in official methods as asWEATHER asrender will will18Ider I
render a recurrence of fraud Je poesfbh pas
sIWe sfbh
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WEATHER REPORT REPORTOaadtdoas REPORTtrn REPORTCodtdons
trn Oaadtdoas are becmei becoming g more settled settledover ettleddie settledaver
over die eastern portion of the coun country eIMIDtr7 country ¬
try although low pressure with show showStates showery ow owecy
ecy wead w t continue III the AtlantIc AtlaattcaDd AtlantIcStates
States and the lower take region In the theinterior j
interior the weather was ally ly fair fairTenaperatnre fairT fairTraahporature I
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TWO GRAND JURIES JURIESON JURIESON
ON BRIBERY CASES CASESFurther CASESFurther
Further Inquiry Made Into IntoGraft IntoGraft IntoGraft
Graft Charges In Illinois IllinoisLegislature IllinoisLegislature IllinoisLegislature
Legislature Legislaturei LegislatureLORIMER LegislatureLORIMER
i LORIMER SMILINGSTICKS SMILING SMILINGSTICKS SMILINGSTICKS
STICKS TO BANK BANKDeclares BANKDeclares
Declares Allegations Were ere Intend Intended IDtended Ilitended ¬
ed to Affect Financial FinancialInstitutioa FiaHCialInstitut Finandalhlstittitioli
Institutioa InstitutioaCHICAGO OR ORCBlCAGO
1 1CH3CAGo
CHICAGO May 1Two Twe Tw distinct and andseparata aadJMtcIat andseinrate
separata jad judicial dal bed 1 today took up upfurther upfIIrtIMI upfuriber
further tavestigatioa into the th charge chargeof
of bribery graft and general rotten rottenesc rottenmess j
mess esc which 18 todeclared dedare t to exist to the themteote theBtinob
mteote Legislature bat more particu particularly partleuIarI7 pertlcularty ¬
larly todetermine t the maths rmhods is wherebyWilliam whereby wherebyMain wbertlb wbertlbwUUam I
William Main Lorimer was IK at to the United UnitedStates Tnitedsates TaltecIsaau
States Senate SenateThe steThepalld SenateThe
The Thepalld grand Jury of ea gsngsmos an aaG Cook Cookoounttes Cookeoaattes I
oounttes are tbe two pWatiai I forces forcesby fOIoeat1Irecdag foresaiirectfag
t1Irecdag t energies to determine theverity the theIt
It er tty c tile charges made made1t madeby
by three confessed coat bribe takers that thatthey tlaatthey thatthey
they each received SUM JN mr their vote votefor Gtefor votefor
for Lorimer LorimerWhile LonJerWhIle LorimerWhite
While these bodies bod were going on with withthe withthe withthe
the investigation n Senator Lorimer Lorimerve LorIIDerlid Lorimeragave
agave ve and smiling stood ta the tileII mahog mahogany mebogany ¬
any and marble quarters of ate new DeWBeak newbank
bank Beak the La Sail Street National Nationalserved NatIoaalBalIk NatiomelBank
Bank or which be is II presddeut eJJ11 l and oI oIIIYed observed
served the crowds who came cameopening at tile tileday theOpenIng
opening day His second bank bankSalle DaDk u La LaSeUe LagSalle
Salle Street eet Trust and Savings 8 Bank Bankwill BalIkwiD Barskwill
will open in a few days daysedly daysGwator
SeDaIIX Lorimer baa ted as steel HPeU repatyy
edly eell yy that it was to ruin his banks thatugly that thattbe IbMthe
the ugly U charges have been placed placedgainst placedWhen
gainst When fete eelection election electionWhen eIectJonWMn
When the t A e grand lsd Jury convened in inCook IIICook inmorning
Cook county t this h morning it was waacerted as astakers aarcerted
certed that two other le6WaIOcebribe le6WaIOcebribetakershad onbIIbe onbIIbetalter
takers talter had had tcid t < d States Atu Atuteed Attorney Way WayJDaI1 Wayman
man that they would coa1 confess It JI08tw p u uteed
teed immunity With the Indictment of ofocratic J
Lee YNeD < Browne lender ot the Ddmh Ddmherratie
ocratic wing of the Legislature Indicted Indictedfor tDCUctedfor indictedfor DemI
for bribery and Robert E Wilson and i
Michael S Link Link indicted for l perjury
it is believed in soon Quarters that tile tilework thewar i iwork
work war of t tat the Cook ce exaQ tY grand jury Is Isat
at an end eDd because of Its United judo judoStates j I
diction dIc1JouSlate j j9tate
Slate Attorney Warms Wymaa says that
Representatives R IItaahoe Browne and Wilson witt I
be placed OB trial within thirty days daysDetsetrw daysDebectivee
Detsetrw PM t t Work WKk1Ie WickThe Workwitness t
The Sagsa 1 I s eoaaty grand jury wass was 1 1to
s ow fm getdag down to WOIIIt Ropoe Ropoeseotat1 BelllleI
seotat1 George gthglsk was the early earlywfasss y
witness on the stand standIt standthe t
tiletIItt
the paucity of wit wftIt witaeeaes
aeeaes It to known that for a ateettves a 1IIIMk de deteethes doteetives
teethes haw been aba making makingscrutiny a ceroel ceroelInvestigation
Investigation ba tJon aC purchasees Of flt1lft fuawdtnreand
and 0 supplies used III Ute eapttGL eapitotTense eapttGLIIIMe
IIIMe matters lllay may be brGUIdK brrn gat 1Ip for
scrutiny by the grand jury + ryThree
Three more legislators an alland CldeacoaJlS
lid Democnt8 who voted for La LaWTeDCe I
1 1fled
Stringer for Senator to the Jaat last t
fled today bere the Cook COtIIIt grand I
I
Jury aDd are aid to have abed DeW
U OD the aJle li d bribery 1ft the State
I g m tile eJectIe of S beater beaterDeacratg uor uorThese
LodIDer
DeIBecrat TMtffy TMtffyTbeae TestffjThese
These legislators ton were WuVamMwr WuVamMwrpay WIIIIaIa Mur Murphy
pay Jaaaes OTooie aad Charles N Naytor NaytorTbe
The uliiuBsta It I were werethe wereb qu iond at atlength
length b Ir W7DIUt and several OIl
Ida aseititaats 8 seen as tINy rre I8MIIe4 I8MIIe4tIte abed abedthe
the criminal court building bnfdand lid thenwere then thenr I
were were rushed before the grand juryLow jury I
r 1 Low told he Jury I believed the election eIeetieIII
aL Jx2Sta Iori > erT T wan a VoXMct error but I Isaid IIsaid
said that I had no knowledge of any I
bribe effers said Representative tatJve Nay
lor n I voted for Stringer to tbe end endand eDd1 endand i
and was not approach app with any offers offersor denor offersor
or inducements to vote for Lorimer Lorimerfor
It Ia expected that by the end Of the theweek J
week aD oC tile Demecnaaa who voted
for Lorimer will have had aa opportunity oppor i ituntty Itualty
tuntty to go before ore tbe grand Jury JuryRUMORS juryRUMORS I IRUMORS
RUMORS AFLOAT AFLOATABOUT AFLOATABOUT I
ABOUT LORIMER LORIMERthe
v Vaaiotts rumors were ot t4 today re reSeDator regarding
garding Senator Lorfmer of IJ IlWroI ba batile inthe
the case of whose ejection it Is allegedthere alleged allegedthere aIJcedthere
there wea bribery 1ft tile I1DBoIII 1eIJI legnltatar 1eIJIJat1nIe
Jat1nIe ltatar e e0e
OIM rumor Ia that he will NIIIp but 1MrtDO butthere
there wae wa no noAnother verldatiotr tl this end endSenator
Senator LoriIDer denied It it itAnother
Another report was that Senators Senatorswere eaterswere
were unwilling to have Senator Lsraner Ladnerappear j
appear on the finer until timings had hadcleared Iaadcleared hadcleared
cleared an up regarding rep the election As Asto Asto
to this lording Senators take the theground rlMPOUDd theground
ground that there te nothing ta the thecase
case thus far that should embarrass embarrassSenator eIIIbnaa8SeBator embarrassSenator
Senator Loiterer ta appearing on the thefloor thefloor
floor floorSenators floorSenators
Senators deny having received reee ed aay aaycommunication aayCOIDlDualQt1oa anycotnmunicatIon
communication ta regard to Senator SenatorLortmer storJor1mer SeaterLorimer
Lortmer thus far Senator Calloat CaDoaaNCeived has hasreceived Ian Ianreceived
received notbiag Do la be says 78 lid Senator SenatorBurrows SeDatorBurro SenatorBurrows
Burrows Burro chainaaa of the Committee rGlllDllttPrnIIe h aa rePiivnddee aaPrlvBeges
PrlvBeges < e and Elections denies receiv receiving 1eeIIIYauytblD reelybug ¬
bug anything < The eS Sentte Sem te is showing showingno < l
no disposition dJ to take sty y action until untilthe 1IIId1the untilthe
the investigation fD tJon In IIHsas IJJt IJJtNEGROS s completed completedNEGROS completedNEGROS
NEGROS VITALITY VITALITYRESISTS VITALITYRESISTS VITALITYRESISTS
RESISTS SHOCKSElectricity SHOCKS SHOCKSEtectridty SHOCKSEJectricliy
Electricity Taraed Tur ed on Three Tknas TknasBefore T TBefore esBefore
Before New York Mar Mixdarer Mardorer ltbKderer
darer Dies DiesOBSEfDfG Dies0SSBfDtG DiesN
OBSEfDfG K i May ft 3t It reaalr reaalred r rree rouired
ed three shocks te kill Gilbert t Gate GateIan Colemesa
mesa Ian n a Virginia Vlr negro who wItotneatetl we weingested was jrtee jrteetroented
ingested for mr wife murder at at8IIIK Stag Stagfflag 9imt
fflag this t awratag eorats g It nenaUY aaa ny y re reqatees re Tequires
quires paly 7 two sbeeks sbeeksThe kLfte shoelorThe
The first shock o of L 1841 4t volts atsDa4 was wascontinued iwas iwasooadnun
continued Da4 one minute and three see seeeads MCAfter seeo
o eads After aa Interval b bme ef a aita aitawt mfnd mfnsigns
wt signs of life were er found f and aadscon a4a a ashock
a scon a shock of fear fetlrat seconds woe woegiven was wasgiven
given at Again the undersized ed edeantnd aa aasurvived
survived and aT third ird cowtact tact ef efseconds ofseconds
seconds seconds was required requiredbleu
bleu beat his wife to death In tatheir Intheir I Ir
r their home in New Ycrk Y < tk test t October OctoberHe
He went to tbe chair smiling am11IacEXPLOSION su smilingI hIlu0 hIlu0i
I i EXPLOSION KILLS THREE THREEj THR E EI
I WTLKESBARRE Pa May a7 I IThe ITheI The Thepowder Thepowder
I powder explosion at the Graced Grae mill millof millof millof
of the DuPont Powder Company on Sat Saturday Saturoay Saty
urday y has now claimed three victims victimsLei victimsLevi ktimsLf
Lei Lf Davis the th foreman was as killed in inEtactli InltAr InELLLt
ltAr Etactli and Thomas Snyder Sn > r and Vii WL11a ViiUud 11 11J
11a Uud d ww VeTiji ells the t e other > employes died diedfrom 4iefrom diedflommm
J from t their ir Injuries
1 Figure in Lorimer Bribery Case in Illinois
O
Indicted on Bribery Charge Wht WhtOthers WtaOthers WhtOthers
Others Were Indicted on Charg Chargof ChUlof
of Perjury PerjuryHarvard PerjuryAMERICAN
i iIS
AMERICAN AME r rIS 1 TOREADOR
IS KILLED BY BULL BULLHarvard BULLHar
Har Harvard rd Graduate Hero ofMexican of ofMexican ofM
Mexican M exican Ring Fatill FatillGored Fatally FatallyGored F atllllyGored
Gored In Arenaml Arena ArenaMEXICO ArenaKJCXJCO
ml MEXICO xl COT Mar LBarMr fc LBarMrLee Harper B BT BLee
Lee T a y 7otnhlg liana American bug fighter and a aate aaua agraduate
graduate ate ell e f Harvard Uaiverstty U eultJ te IIIalt dy dying dying ¬
ing today as a alt result of a garfgg < IUR he re received re reeehed received ¬
ceived in m the arena at Guadalajara la lanight Ja tn tAfter lamnight
night nightAfter n nightAfter
After b bding tng fatally hurt be killed the thebull thebull thebutt
bull that wounded 1ItCIAIl t 2 him and walked to tothe tothe tois
the stand where taRe the audiencewas audience audiencewas IJIIIencew
was w waVBy applauding bill bravery ery andnerve and andnerve
nerve he fell unconscious unconsciousCos 1lDC8ft8doaaee nnc n I
Cos T was wa waat swo s terribly injured te a bull light lightat ftPtat
at ban Luis Obtpo last October but bu butw re returned re retaraea ¬
turned tw nea to the ring r1 a L aoon oon as be recov recovered eCOVend recovered ¬
ered His ill skill ill and courage have made madebtra madeblm madehim
him the entry en4 of the native bun fight ightees fightnni ftirbtGULHEPBUatf
ees
nni uuL GULHEPBUatf GOLHEPBUNTELLS GOLHEPBUNTELLSj urpRUWTniQ nti Duurl TELLS i LLLO LLLOFormer I IOF 1 1GOLHEPBUNTELLS
OF j CUSTOMS CUSTOMSFRAUDS CUSTOMSFRAUDSFormer FRAUDS FRAUDSFormer
Former Solicitor of TreasuryTestifies Treasury TreasuryTestifies TreasuryT
Testifies T esti es Before House HouseCommittee HouseCA HouseCoinmitt
CoinmittColonel Committee CommitteePresident CA mmittee0It0IMI > ce ceKepbara
Colonel HeIIIImD a fenD Mr C CtIM ofthe
tIM Ilene fIelD Iowa and Sddtec eC eCtile ofthe
tile treasury durlag 1r2 President III Hard Harrifore HarrlA
00 AdmiaMttatior A tilted 1041ay be beCorP be before
fore the House e Committee on ontUftS KKpendi KKpenditures > Sxpesditures
tures te the Treasury Department t fe feicardimc re rerdllc re regardb
gardb icardimc g aa investigation I 1oD of the NewYnrit New NewTrrk
York custom house made by him te fill 191Mr 181Mr fillMr
Mr Hepburn said he did not go to toNew toNew tost
New York with inruetfens IlL st t to make an aninvestigation aDiDve aninvestigation
investigation of fro jc M f aay a Y ktod butthe but butrather bt1 bt1rather
rather to look tatj let > works workscustoms of tbe tbecustoms tbecu
customs house wit with > i a teTT N ay to Informing InformingSecretary lJaformtuKSecretarY informingSecretary
Secretary Windaaai ci riibile Die e condition oeatditiorrWhile conditionWhile
While bile there he found a mob < of ir irTeguhkrities 11 11larttw Irregulartthe
Teguhkrities larttw mod loose ooeRepn8eDtative mekhods mekhodsRepresentative meubodoRepresentative
Representative Harrison of New Tort Tortauthor Yorltauthor Yorkauthor
author of the resolution calling < upon uponthe upon UPODthe uponthe
the T Treasury eseury Department for 0t the infer taformatton bIlormatlon infermotion
motion submitted by Colonel Coto H Hat Hepbuna Hepbunaat Hat
at that time t questioned the thepatriculariy witness wttaeupatrlcularly witnesspatricularly
patriculariy about the sugar frauds fraudsGOLD ra1IdLGOLD
GOLD FROM FROMTAKEN TEETH TEETHTAlfFN I ITAKEN
TAKEN TAlfFN BY THIEVES THIEVESTbe THiFVRThe
a
The oalcar of ten Washington W n den deadental dentJ dentists
tJ were w ransacked ed Ity thieves last JaatDl5lat lastnight
night who ruined partially Swished Swisheddental a adeDtal
dental work valued val at t savers several thou thousand tlaouJIIUId thousand ¬
sand dollars by b pry UTi prylag ay off the geld geldaad geMaDd goldsad
aDd platlauin and carried ClLrrMtIat awtay awtayabout w jr jrt
at t iN 5N vorth of the precl precbjfris precbjfrismetals JK JKtaIa ms msmetals
metalsThi metals metalsThis taIa taIaTb
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sale raid on de dental tart claees ct u utqtoa a tNah adm admington 1 j jiagton
iagton te several year year i ihe 1 a pent li4e li4erol pentbelieve jwlibelieve
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CHARLES WHITE BETWEEN TWO DETECTIVES DETECTIVESIt
It Was Throujh Throu h the Confession of White Shown in the Custody o Men From the District Attorneys Office That the theInvestigation tlaeInyestigatior theInvestigatiior
Investigation Into nto the Legislative Graft Charges at Springfield Was Begun
WICKERSHAM EM p TELLS TELLSAttorney TELLStt TELLSAttorney
CONGRESS E ITS n DUTIES DUTIESGeneral
1 1Writes
Attorney AttorneyCONGRESS tt General Bluntly Bluntly7rites BluntlyWrites
Writes Senate He I Is Not NotWorking NotV NatWork
Working V Work orking ii for Capitol CapitolAttorney CapitolAtt0rae7 CapitolAttorney
Attorney Pearl feral oenIWOItdIIC si Wtefcersnaaa te not aototiaed notwort
WOItdIIC for tingrSen and he heIIOCI8ed bluntly bluntlynodded
nodded the Mute te e ell that t tact ta aa aaofficial aaotlldal anolicW
official ussniiaintion tIoD today todaySome da7SeIDe tAdaTSeme
Some thas ago the Maate f aasatud a aresolution areeolutlea aresolution
resolution dramas upon the theGeAenI Attorney AttorneyGeaeral AUerneyGeneral
General to disuovar the names of men nenWickershaaa JDeDwho menwho
who eel sold sound t4 the eotoe OD poOl the thelot theprrssly
prrssly < pa lot fMt die dieT shiers a + et etden
den Y < T 1 1the 4B issd issdthe
the Drier r rat hot e1tlsii dui duiat
at tIIa time UJ these spew 4 dals wen wenWldEen1aaa wesetaaddf
taaddf taaddfWklersbam
Wickershaaa ta his imply tMIa tMIatIutt today y ythat says saysthat >
that he to oeaducttag aa utyasrigsthm utyasrigsthmto 1 VllV UD UDto th + a ato
to see if the cotton eott pool eoanaH eorhnitted ed a acrime a aelmma
crime against the laip iatji of use Uaned UanedStates UllltellTbe unitedStates I
States Tbe Tb piuuidiasa pI per are before a agrand aaIId alend
grand Jury be adds i iny and ant antdy neoear
ny secret creLIMa secretThen
Then he veilu die aUedIOS Jo or tile SeD SeDate beMe
ate to tile tact that 1M Attorney OeD OeDat General
eral ti at rent required or atte4 to toaD toconduct
conduct aD InyaRigau a lit aid of tile tileIIraaxh theItegnlhdv
Itegnlhdv branch ot tte t e Government Governmenttt o u uU
U tt has uniformly been held by my mydeclare aD aDe myessorL
e essorL u declare dedareedIat WlokenhtprMat Wlekenhasa Wlekenhasathat
that the laws do not permit the At Attorney Attoraey ¬
torney General to give e advice at the call callhouse callaL allof
aL either house of r Congress engra + + or Congress Coa6RdroItsIL Congressitself eoeitMIf
itself He also says that the Attorney AttorneyGezicrai AttorneyGeneral 1
General cannot investigate lII e a question qnestmnof tloa tloaof
of fact even ev for one of the executive executivedepartments exeeudTedepartmeDts executivedepartments
departments departmentsSCORE departmeDtsSCORE
SCORE HURT IN FIRE FIREAFTER
AFTER AN EXPLOSIONDone EXPLOSION
150000 Damage DamageAFTER Done In InOil InOil InOil
Oil Plant PlantEmployes PlantEmployesFlee Employes EmployesFlee <
Flee In Panic PanicKEW PanicEW PanicAzW
KEW YORK May LNlaosen 9 Ntaata + B Mea swawere Meawere menwere
were acriousij eah 17 burned 1MarDedIn and 3H ethats fled fledIn j jta
In panic when Are swept over the thecsnnteg tMpddllg thepanning
panning and packing building of the theStandard 1MStaMant theStandard
Standard Oil Company at Wttttamgburg Wttttamgburgtoday wu wutoday WMlitmebnrgtoday
today following an anTiM ezploeloa ezploeloaThe ezploelonThe
The structure was a seething furnace furaaeewitafo f1lla8eewtt furnacewithin
within five minutes of the explosion expto I IIMI and andadjomtag
IMI adjomtag jo1aqqg oO 11 and gas tanks were throat throatened tbreatenecL threateyed
eyed The loss was esdaiated at atLilliE 51191 51191LIME t9U Ni NiLIME
LIME CAUSES FIRE FIREPCWTBhKHTTH FIREP FIREPDRTBWOUTH
PCWTBhKHTTH P Vs VLo May t 1TIte 1TIteWg 9Thebig The Thebig
big a asrlcuitutal ricaltural tutl lime plant r f the T TC TC TC
C Andrews A1I rews Company was bunted to today ey today ¬
day y with a lees of 15 15A ThNd ThNdA TSw M MA
A heavy bea yY rain leaked in upon im immense 110me lmmense ¬
me mense stores of lime Jim starting statrttn the Are
SSaTW w YORK May t 1The The great 1T t act actlaad actY actv
v laad 11 d jair Y y rears of which whichis SMOB RQIIs SMOBactars
Is cQl at tll i br rained f Indigent Indigentacl 8IIt 8IIt8CIIWe
acl actars rs acage Manse and theatrical theatricalwin dte theatricalienpie trlca trlcawtn
ienpie win be formally opened at 4 4cAttoek 4c1odt 4reloek
cAttoek thin afternoon by President PresMeRtTaft Pre WeRtTalL PresidentTsft
Taft TaftThe S S
TalLTbe SThe The e fair akr which will be participated participatedta
ta by practically every actor and D4aetn8 D4aetn8New actrangnnployed actress actressjlMpkrjrnrt
jlMpkrjrnrt ta New York will be held to 1111M Inqo j
the Seventyfirst Regiment ArmoryWhen Armory AnDor7be j jWhea
When be enters the hall Preeide President nt Taft Taftwill Tattw Taftwill
will l be greeted by Daniel Frehimiuepresident FrOkasaa FrOkasaapresident FrOlun FrOlunpretddent
president of the Actors Fund and andCharles adLharJes andCharles
Charles Bunham general ataaager or orthe orthe r rthe
the fair With a dozen show girls girtspeaUerUm gJrkJcatteriag girlsecaltering
peaUerUm roses r ifi their path the trio triowin triowin triowill
win proceed p to the court of honoi honoiThen o bnuorThen nol nolrben
Then the lid will be taken off ofo and there 1
TAFTS niuonuuc GUAROl4NS QUARDIANSi
WORRtED WORRIEDOVER OVER TRIP TRlPExtraordinary TRIPExtraordinary i
Extraordinary Precautions PrecautionsPlanned PrecautionsPlanned PrecautionsPlanned
Planned for Visit to An Anarchist Anarchist Anarchist ¬
archist Headquarters Headquartersthan Headqu rters rtersPNIIIIId
PNIIIIId Taft Wt Wi Wia taeiou taeiouen
en a flying 1It Ic thAt ins us4 Jail JailSerdett hi hiBernet
Bernet Suffice SerdetttMD R rdiea mane worry worrythen
than say y trip he has tale oboe he lierIIIP be beraiBp bother
raiBp frfrtdeac frfrtdeacKew F resident residentNew
rIIIPYGirk
New York and Ppsac Passac c N NtIae J are arethe atethe
the objective points of b tedaJ tedaJfor > day Jaaat Jaaataad uaetpod
pod for three dnftW days daysat a rqt Service Serviceisrr
=
isrr he W htt r I I IYtIItt isea iseaein
YtIItt ein eindean J J Jr
dean fdR 0 r ur of 0 di 1reliot 1reliotat 1J 1JcoarefuJIJ
at Fassatc and carefully looking over overthe overthe I
the theIn IUNr uvaNSdeents J L Db fer grag tor him himIn I
In the minds of the Secret Service lid aadof
of almost every ery detective eedve the country countryover 71 71northern
I over northern New Ne Jer h Jera baa come cometo COIDeto cometo
to be leaked upon as ir anarrbtetic anarrbistieheaddluarter anarrbteticnea j
headdluarter nea < Umarters qf America rod the thttts I Presi Presidents iesl ieslts ¬
dents ts ua guards s are taking n > chances t at
totting tb u President visit tlt it tt territory territorywUnout ttIITIteQfIOUt territoryw
wUnout w lPiout fIOUt taking t > iD ample mDIe precautions
The President left It this morning ac accompanied ac accompaajed aceompanled ¬
companied by Capt Archie Butt B1Itt8ecntary and
Secretary Mlsehler He win arrive ta taharried IIINew InNew
New York this afternoon aDd will willhurried be
hurried la aa automobile to the Seventy
flrst Regiment Armory where here he win willspend winspend wtnpend
spend an hour or two at the t A Actors tors
Fund Fair From there thea he will be taken takenin
in the afternoon to paavak by muter muterThere nutorThere Jtor I
There be will address the Passaic Beard Baardof B Bof Beardof
of Trade at a banquet The party will wfUreturn willi willcetera
return to Washington tomorrow mora sBaraitag JIl moraPASSAIC
itag itagPASSAIC j jPASSAIC
PASSAIC PREPARES PREPARESWELCOME PREPARESWELCOME I
WELCOME TO TAFT TAFTPASBAIC TAFTPASIIAIC I
I II
PASBAIC P AIC N J Mar MarprefNured Paslc is isprepared
I
prepared pr to make President P Mldftlt Tafts Tan visit vtelttonight visittonight
tonight a memorable occasion The TbePresident IkrI ThePresident I
President rI comes direct from the Actors ActorsFund AetorsFuD4 ActorsFund
Fund Fair ta New York to take takewith dIIIIIIIIr dinnerwith < I Iwith
with the Paesaic Board of TradeThe Trade TradeTbe T TThe
The entire route to be traversed tzveneidthe by bythe bythe
the Presidential Presl eat1al party partyateiy has been saber saberatell
deb decorated with oasr bunting m inoaadncent ini inioaadesceat mU1M
oaadesceat lamp eras of fowers aDd aadarches aDdarcheL andarches
arches Xate street has b best bee made ta ID IDto Into i ito
to a cocrt ot 0 honor for the reception receptionThe rtoepdonthe
The President will reach here at atoclock ioclock I
oclock and xn directly dlrectl to thA home of ofVictor ofVictor
Victor L I laason from which ne will willproceed winproceed
proceed to the banquet ban The Fifth FifthRegiment FIfUaR JlfthBegiment
Regiment R t National I Guard of New Jersey Jer Jersey JerJIeY ¬
sey is on duty to aid the police policePresident JIIOIIceP policePresident
President P m Taft willleave will It Ieave ve for Wash Washington Whehiytton ¬
ington immediately after toe banquet bDqueLDAVIS banquetDAMS banquetDAVIS
DAVIS CASE OPENS OPENSIN
IN CRIMINAL COURT COURTThe
r
The trial of John C c Davis D Dellarges aa aacharges encharges
charges of o fals alP pretencx lid tinbealeeent eat eatbeclement eMbaJ8IIIeDt
beclement which is I expected expect to eontines eon continue eonu ¬
tines u throughout throa t this weer w c3r k and part partof partof partof
of next t was begun betore Justice JustleeStafford JusticeStafford tIeeStaJreni
Stafford te Criminal Court No X 2 late tatsthis latethis latethis
this afternoon afternoonThe ctenaooDTbe afternoonThe
The indictments ts upon watch be goes goesto goesto I
to trial charge specifleally S that he hemisapplied hem hemioapplied
misapplied m IMd about 12oee 1 12A of the funds fundsintrusted tuadaIIItrvsted fundsm
intrusted m s ed to him He te reoreseated reoreseatedby re represent representby l Aa Aaby
by Attorney Henry p Davis
WILL PRESIDE PRESIDEAT PRESIDEAT PRESIDEAT I
AT THE ACTORS FUND FAIR FAIROfficials FAIRQfficials FAIROfficials
Officials of Great Benefit for f r Employes of Stage Expect Expectto
to 6 6Realize Realize X230000Klaw 250000 250 OOOKlav Klaw Erlanger Pay
1000 for First Ticket
wilt bee ne iholt tit tint amount e4 > tney
patrons wilt be permttMd to apcad
The armory is I Binnrataq a as s bit of
Versailles with woaderfal 4 electric B II
lumfagttoa 1eati laami a There win be tbe midway
the Caf Caaataat where the worlds woIkrw
leading I singers win render touching touchingcoon touchingcoon
coon songs during meal boars booths boothsand boothaod t tand
and the catchpenny devices conducted conductedby Onducte1show conduetelshow
by show girls John Barrymore Mary Mar MarRYa
Ryan aad the rest of the fortune of01tuuehuaters fortunebuatcrs fortunehuaoms t
buatcrs will dispense soda water watelfor watelfora waterforabout for forabout
about lfiI 19 a class No change Amelia Ameliaham
Bfogham ham and Bijou Fernandez will willdaeek willcheck i icheck
check hats hatsnd and accept a pt tips It will beimpossible be beimpossible beimpossibl
impossible to turn around in the big bi biarmory i iarmory iarmory
armory without bumping into a leading l leadingstage adr adrtage j
stage light who wants mOI1Pyfor monev for the themad th thfuad thr thrcKlaw >
mad fuadMarc r madMarc
Marc rcKlaw Klaw and A A L Ernger Er bought boughtthe btj btjth I Ithe
the th first tlr l odmtejilun n ticket ti tet for 1QOO 1QOOt 1406
t
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PLAYGROUNDS BILL BILLAGAIN BILLDEADLOCK
AGAIN IN DEADLOCK DEADLOCKHouse
House Refuses to Concur ConcurIn
In the Senate Amend Amendment Amendment Amendwent ¬
ment wentBy mentBr mentcat
Br the 0 e action of the Souse thai after afcernocn afterI afternor
nor the din ua i IlBfiinar l t of tbe Senate Seaateaad Senateand
and the Ii House ea over overfor 1M Item oC Sal 1 P I Ifar I If
for f die uaaygronc s of the District DistrictMB Dt8tricteeDla as ascentated
eeDla centated lit the I Imbt t appropriations approprIatIoaaIIIU
MB remains reIIIaIDeI ru Ie4 appavntly appa rtIy rtIyor as impossible impossibleof
of coinataunse 00 vnsise i as for the past three threemonths dareeIIIOIItI threemonths
months IIIOIItIIII e en a III tnoa dild > we or to1Tk to tote totD
tD 18 to eee te theSenate theSenateanajartimnf the ther lLerrste lLerrsteaaeadntstt
anajartimnf r unrnililaai that thai 1 amr aatotmt aatotmtshall mt mtshall
shall b Jotetty shared by the dMtaoI1MII Federaland Federal Federalfurther
aoI1MII and bi nct ice well geerambtsr and voted co tofurther
further insist upon as stand that the theentire tbee theentire
entire e ti amount snail 1 br paid tae DntrietBuck District DistrictBsclcte DIatrteCBack
Bsclcte Back M Cede CenfetThe Oarereaee OarereaeeThe H e ene
The appropriation app oprlatlon bid bidbaelt therefore thereforeagate tbtrdoragain
agate goes back to conference where whereit
it has been steee December The Theferees eoa eoatnreeseparate CGIIfereetI
fereetI have already failed to agree uponthree upon uponthree
tnreeseparate three separate t occasfons oecaa oassteoo upon u pdma dab th is potet yointu potetHouse
at lsuea Playground JWI01IDd advocates t tee hi t thetrti
House will wQIates due < a cam to f fally b
ally all h bdve the Reuse agree to to tile SeD
ates ate proposition the Senate having ha
given eD nonce that It will not establish eatabuahaprecedeat a aprecs
precedeat precs precsedeat edeat of making appropriations a appro DrODriatioDs dons for
Districtprojects Diatriet projects pro payable entirely tinily outdNgank out
of District i8tdetreven revenuer aa fortiddea f ea te I the thePrecipitates
orgaaic act of M7 M7Precipitates l84
Precipitates Pifat PlgbtAs PifatAs 1IL 1ILAs
As soon as Representative Gardtaar GardtaarcaUnd Gsad iaar iaarca
ca caUnd ibnd up the conference report on aae aaeDistrict heDistrict
District ap31ni5 appropriation ktJoJa ball 1 Repr It Representa Representative III H JL ettn ta ¬
tive Herbert Parsons of New Tor Torcfpttated Tort pre peeSplinted
Splinted the playgrounds pIa aO4W fight by byteg byIDs mov movled
IDs tbas x tae e House agree to the Senate Senateaaieaacaeat stetIa
aaieaacaeat that the 11 17111 7 a > appropriated appropriatedshall I rJ t
shall be paid hah out of the PtodenU Pederaland PtodenUand
and half eat of the District revenues 1enD1MIILTIaa
Thin has been the po at revenuesfor bee for forthree forthree
three months the House e conferees in insisting III IIIaieUb insittios ¬
sisting that tile entire a tie amount should shouldcome shouldacme
come from the District Mr Parsons reptrjsyed re rewflltegaeai re
PIed tIM H Here for t seaming ea an anw
w wflltegaeai wDl ilagess to have the l Federal leftlGe leftlGeenuaeJt Gov 0evernmo Govermaeiit
ermaeiit ernmo it do b its 1 part toward the children ehOdreco
o If the DtetrieC DtetrieCRepresentative DtstaiotBepraentadve
Representative rtlltive Tawaey ehaiiiusn of ofa ofCOnmdttee ofAppi
Appi spriatoas COnmdttee came me bank III toa
a spirited 8 Rtted reply rtepdy te which be charged theplaygrounds the theplaygrounds
pIa5 playgrounds advocates advoc ten with ba having act acted acted ¬
ed ta bad faith The Appropriations AppropriationsCommittee AppropriauC8mRaIttee Appropriationscommittee
Committee he said was w unwOtteg unwii to ap appropriate appavprtate appropriate ¬
propriate H7aM 17 for playgrounds pIa7 Ad until untilhe untilhe t11 t11be
he offered on the floor of tile House to tohave tobe tohave
have be the rte entire amount paid by the ZMs Dhitdct ZMstrict 1tIiQ
trict tIiQOffer Offer AcceptedThis Accepted AcceptedTato
This offer he said was aececPfeed 4 by by3ar byMr i
3ar ITeaasr and Xr Parsons who were wereta wweIe weredes
ta charge ef the playground fight when wheatae W Wtk whenthe
tae District appropriation Bill erigtaattr edginefrwas erigtaattrwas 8dIdBaR1ft
was iMinanrt te December last lastfor Jattrhry InstThey
They baTe r received tYed whr t they allked aeettafor allkedfor
for said Mr Tawney with ith ewaphagte ph phtbev a phaelb phaelband
and they BOW propose to JIro dt 011 dmthe 011the
the agreement t which enabled than toailt to tou toJtIPt
u JtIPt > t the amount a at atplaygroun the tune This is not notht DO DOa notagiut
a ailt Ac agiut ht t oa onso the playgrounds system systemThis itself itselfmuch
I
so much uch as K ta ODe of nwdr JU04falth faith Weshould We Weshould WeaItouJd
should keep tea faith here fa the th House and aJIdL
I L for JRY part propose to keep faithWe faith faiUaW
W We cone < tM by unanimous acdoa that Uattbl thatthis
this tbl amount mould come from the Die District DIIttrit Dietilet ¬
trict revenues whatever wIIat er harpeaed J The Theplayirroaads Theit I Ipla
eotf playirroaads pla wfll iteot get ot this amount Aad Aadit Aadnow
it it now reeol resolves ve itself ite f Into to a ooestlea of ofwhether 011 011MtIMr ofwhether
whether we are r going at tng to stand by the theagreement theagreement I IaleemeDt
agreement originally madeSeek made madeSeek I
Seek to Evade Evaddcats ETadeHJt
HJt Lt Is thin agreement t that tile tilecaw adti adticates
cats ef playgrounds who origteKfty acIt ac acospted ae aeCI8IIte
ospted tt It BOW seek to evade evadenriead evadeHepreetstfve
Hepreetstfve IatI OIeott ot du New Y YpIk ck a aa1eDd af I
nriead f Lend of the playgrounds took exeep exeeption eEeeptiaD en cep cepteam
team to Mr TawBeys a remarks TIM Theosteoes Tbecuaffeieec TIMcM
cuaffeieec cM themservag th b be recalled bad badout badstarted
1
started 1D act III bad faItII by byoat striking strikingout
out the entire tire Item when the bill first firstwent ftrstwent An5tt
went t to oonferenee He read from t frays the theorgaaic theorganic
organic act of 1838 whack provides that thatan tbatall thatan I
an aparoprtarJoBS tlOrs of C the District of Coh Co Colaatbm
laatbm 1 shall be borne half and belf be f by bythe bythe
the federal Government and the Dis District DItrlct District ¬ I
trict trictMr
Mr Tawney has h as cited one or two twoprecedents twoents twoprecedents
precedents ents said Mr Olcott where wherethis wherethis I Ithis I ImakES
this rule has not been observed J rved It Itmakes
makes no no I1 difference how many tteres tbPBthis tteresthis tim S Sthis
this Congress ougress has been guilty of bad badfaith badfaith badfaith
faith with the people of the District by byviolating hyvt01aUug hiviolating
violating the law of 187S it does d es not notjustify notjU8tity notjuatify
justify the attempt in this instance and andthe andthe andthe
the practice pract should ould be wiped wi out for forever foreyer forever ¬
ever If you don dont t like the > law re rej r rT repeal
peal j > eal al it but you hare no moral or legal legalright leK31ght legalright
right ght to provide that this 517Xrt S17 sha1 not notV notho notb
V ho shared alike by Ui the G Govermneni G verarent vernm n ol olContinued o oContinued ofContinued
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The eeeIsy LI iHsaauji II here was marred by byleaden b bud byleaden
leaden skies and achfil a da day which em emphasised emp empb ¬
phasised pb > hsiaed the grief of the people The Tbespirit Thewetber Theweather
weather harmgnbd with die 8I1SsptrlL 1I wattsnsspirit
spirit A new note e of sorrow was added addedto 8ddeiUte addedto
to the popular mourning a ccluing today by feats Zeaisfor telUstor featsfor
for the queen q mother Alexandra Ta Tadeath TIle TIleeth Thedeath
death of Edward proved a terrific shock shockto aIaockto
to her Ms gravity increased II by the tbesuddenness theDe8 thesuddenness
suddenness De8 of his hisODe demise demiseOne demiseOne
One report cuirent today 7 w WB e that thatMood thatQweea thatQueen
Queen A Aiesaadra had suffered a broken llNkenTbe brokenblend
Mood vessel Tbe Tb most opUmtede opH of offlaal etadeI off1eMl
flaal statement A that could be secured securedwa HeUredthat securedwas
wa was that sbe be was faWy weB Thiswen This Thiswas Thisof6cer
was f thorn om an officer of Buckingham Pal PsJMetrapsKe hIaee Palass
ass aeeXetrepetis MetrapsKe Thronged TbrsogedWhoa T rengedw ThrongedWhen
Whoa the vast crowds of the city cityaad ltyaad cityand
aad Ms suburbs thronged into the heart heartcernmftnirs ertof heartof
of tile metropolis today to winos theceremonies the theeel
ceremonies eel atteiniamt aU attends H j Tit t on the final anaooncement an announcement aIItJI1eeel ¬
nouncement t that the reign of Oeorge OeorgeV
V bad began they found the streetslined streets streetslined 8InetIIBM
lined mile upon mile iDIIe with troops Life Lifetbe LifepanIIi Lifeguards
guards hone gnsrd toot guu4ltbe guu4ltbeaack guardstheaack
aack regimen r I f Aldershot II rind theLsMn the tbegbjanOe theLeMea
LeMea barras gbjanOe lanes lanestfce lanesla
I pinesge beaucu > tiff users usersheft U Ver Verhad n ntbeIr
had donned their great coats atIae amt agmsttbe amtthe
the ehiil ehiitBrwaai cIdUIBWJ wind windBecweaxt
Becweaxt midnight IBWJ Pt and S a a m 70i 70iSoUHors 7iIN 7pnsldlist
SoUHors N sldlist were ere marched to their posts poststa poetsthe s sIII
ta the city The majority of the spectators spec spectators ¬
tators were in mourning < In silent silentthousands t cthousands ttboada
thousands they flocked to the centers centersof
of the oereosniesSt cereanl cert monies St James e JPtalac JPtalacTemple PalaeTenaple FalacvTemple
Temple Bar the Royal Exchange Exchangeand rscaaageand
and while their cheers for the new nenmonarch ne nemoaarch newmonarch
monarch rang sturdily as supledges pled pledfealty p of offealty > f ffealty
fealty grief f for his predecessor predecessorened tr damp dampcoed
coed ctturAanmnUnseen eatJa eatJaU enthusiasm enthusiasmhis
U Unseen by tile end tile King and andhta andhis
his consort with their children at their theirside theirside ir irside
side watched the a OL James J11M8from ee cereanony ony
from a window of Marlborough HouseThe House HouseThe JIoueTbe
The new Duke of Cornwall Princess PrincessMary PrIDoc03KaIy PrIocssMary
Mary and Princes Albert and George Georgewere Geo GeopeaUy Georgewere
were greatly interested 1nt in the pic ptctureaqnai pict pictvmsgae
tureaqnai t spectacle spectacleNot spectacleot
Not ot all the splendor of the thwAges laldde lalddeAges p pAges
Ages toad have added to the brilliancy bril brilliancy bTi1UaDcy ¬
liancy of the actors in this Imperial Imperialproclamation inperImprodamation i iprltloa
proclamation pageant pageantBygeae paseaatFor pageantBygasTea
BygasTea Bygeae Team s Becaee BecaeeFor eL eLFor
For one h uur ur London barked back t tthe tUae tthe >
the bygone centuries The eercmonie eereamoniebegan eercmoniebegan e6releMpa = =
began at t oclock when in th thFriary the thpPQary theFrjary >
Friary Court of 9t James J Paine p the thphereditary thehereditary hp hpherltry
hereditary marshal the Duke of Nor Norfolk Norfolk Norfolk ¬
folk took his stand 41 on the crimson crimsondraped olidr crlmaordraped
draped dr ed balcony y vvertooktu the ours eourtAbout eourcAMut oursAbout
About him was a glittering armanyhued ar armanyhued arJDaDyhue4
manyhued crowd of officials whose whostitles Who8Utl whosetitles
titles Utl are forgotten tor ea save when a new newruler neWruler newruler
ruler takes the throne The garter garterXingatarms prteklngatarJDS garterlingatarms
Xingatarms JJorroy Nor rey kngatarm kngatarmthe kn t rm rmtIM
the York herald the Somerset SoIDe t herald heraldthe ber1dtile heraldthe
the Chester herald the Pursuivants PursuivantsRouge hrsalyautsRoap PursuivantsRouse
Rouge I Dragon > rason Rouge CroIx and Blue BlueMantle BlueXaaUe Blue3eantle
Mantle MantleAs XaaUeAJI 3eantleAs
As they appeared a thrill ran rantbrougn ra ranthrough YJ YJthroup
through the great mass of people peopleabout peopleabout peopleabout
about the court thousands thoa upon thou thousans daouSliDS thousans
sans straining for a mere e giteapse of ofthe ortormalltIeL ofthe
the formalities formalitiesAt
At each side of the earl marshal stood stooda stoorlXbl4s
a Ids cerjgtantatarms tJIDS dad hi Ieeart dark darkcourt darkovert
court dress and bearing maces From Fromthe Promtile Frontthe
the balcony overlooking Of < the court the thescene theTtewed thescene
scene was viewed 11 11oC Dy y a great gathering gatittrmgof
of diplomats odchUs aDd pears of the thereaam ther theT therealm
realm r
realmThe
The Formal Preciasaatisa PreciasaatisaTbe Pr8ciur Prca atiea atieaThe
The Xorroy i otroy ktegataraMT William WNMamlienry WilliamHemT WilliamHenry
Henry Weldon there tbere under the toaue toauepictousiy inatsepiclouely aue auebIeaII
pictousiy bleak sky read the privy pdyJtdI coun council c un uncit ¬
cit prodamatKm tJoa formaHy toRhMr Xng Xngland Zugit g gJ
land it nd what all the world has known k ow wa for forthree forUeree forthree
three days daysWhereas daysWheteatt
daysit
Whereas it h has n s pIe Ahxaehty AhxaehtyGod AJmIghtyG9d AkuhbgbtyGod
God to call to Ain mercy our late sov sovereign BOVerllgn sovereign ¬
ereign Edward VII of blessed and gtor gtorI glorIus c cJous
I ious memory by whoM decease the ini iniperUU miperiaI mupenal
penal crown of the United Kingdom Kingdomof
of Great Britain and Ireland is solely solelyand aoIeIYaa solelyand
and rightfully rl come to tile high b and andnUjchty andhn andmighty
mighty hn Prince Geonce Frederick Ernest EfnestAlbert ErnestAlbert t tAlbert
Albert we therefore beiefo the lords spirit spiritnal spiritual
nal and temporal of this realm being
here assisted with these of his bite bitemajestys lat latmsjestYJ latemajestys
majestys privy eounefl with number numberof nmbereof
of other principal gentlemen of quality qualitvwith qutwItb qualitywith
with the lord mayor the aldermen and andn anlcitizens an1dtbaB
thed
citizens of London Londonmayor n do now hereby with withvjn withbra
vjn bra voice v consent of tongue to aad heart heartto heartto
to publish and proclaim that th for high htehand h highand h hancI
and mit mighty ity Prince George Frederick Er Erneet Ernest
nest Albert A1 rt is now by the > death of our ourmte ourIttte ourlate
mte sovereign verei of nappy memory become becomejour becomeour becomeour
jour our only lawful and rightful liege lord
George V by the grace of God of the theUnited theUJllted theUnited
United Kingdom of Great Britain and
Ireland and of the British dominion dominionbeyond
beyond the seas King defender of the
faith Emperor of India to whom we wedo wedo wedo
do acknowledge clmotLI faith aDd constant constantobedience eonetaatobedience
obedience with all hearty and humble huanbteRjfectioa humblecffiection
Rjfectioa beseeching beseechir God by vtaom all
1 kings aDd queens do reign to bless theroyal the tberoyal
royal Prince finer George V with long aDd nd ndFasfare
happy years to reign over OTerFama o oFanfare
Fanfare Fama ef Trumpets Trumpetstenaue TrumpetsAs tL tLAs
As the last word echoed 1ft the thea court courta
a fanfare burst from tnmnecs of ofaacient ottJkIe ofancient
ancient t fashion Tbe Norroy khigat khigatarms kIIIigtarms kingatarms
arms raised Ids threecornered three cornered bat with WtvtI witha
a fiodHch and cried God God save the theKing tbertag theKing
King From the great mass of un uncovered uncovered ¬
covered citteens without the palaces pelac 1 the tb tbwords be bewords
words a of homage came back A A BVMneat BVMneatinto rent
later the bndof band the foot guards burst
into the air Jr of God Save Sa the uThen King Sting
Then the officials 1s marched fr fnsat a + ona their
balcony through the t palace to the am ¬
baasadors coi court < rt where > the King ted tedplaced hadplaced d dpla
placed pla ed at their disposal disp al r ryaI > yal carriages carriagesfor es
for the journey joUT > Y into the rityBelaad rity t7J propar proparBehind
Behind them were er4 EagkDf Eagiaarilttsrv Eagiaarilttsrvleaders ftgian < i BMlttarr BMlttarrleaders
leaders the headquarters staff an and andsome t tsom < i isome
some ot the field marshals meladlng mnc1 dJng

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