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TffiU WASHINGTON WASHIN GTON + TUR TIMES MONDAY MAY 23 2 3 1910 1910 3
REGORD TIME MADE MADEOpening ADE ADEIN
IN CHOOSING JURY JURYFOR JURYFOR
FOR SEYLER TRIAL TRIALOpening TRIALof
Opening OpeningIN of Pier Mystery MysteryCase MysteryCase MysteryCase
Case Is Made Occasion Occasionfor
for Hdliday HolidayCROWDS HdlidayCROWDS
CROWDS ATTRACTED ATTRACTEDTO
TO MAYS LANDING LANDINGEvidence LANDINGEvidence LANDINGEvidence
I IJane
Evidence Against Alleged Slayer Sl yer of ofJane ofJane I
Jane Adams Is I Largely LargelyCircumstantial LargelyCircumstantial LargelyCircumstantial
Circumstantial CircumstantialMATS
MATS LADING N J May I 23 3The 3TheJut The TheJury
Jury Jut that is to try wt William itam T S Sqter Sqteraccused vler vleraccused
accused of murdering Jane Adams on onthe onthe
the MiUkmdoHar pier i la Atlantic AUantkcity AtlanticCity AtJanUeCity
City on February 4 last Ja t wens wa cho chOMA chOMAtoday a atoday
today In the record time of on ODe hour hourand bourand
and ten minute minuteeaThe minuteThe mlnutellT
The T e State then began b it Its ogee showing showingthat Mowingthat showtngthat
that the brother of Ube th t e prisoner and andthe andthe andthe
the sister of the victim are the chief chiefInstruments cblefinstruments
Instruments chosen cbo en to prove Seylers SeylersBuilt SeylecSguilt Seylersguilt
guilt BuiltBrought guiltBrousht
Brought by apeocial train auto and andhorse andhorse andhorse
horse vehicles of every over type hundreds hundredsof hundredor
or persons pen > ons came her today from Atlan Atlantic Atlaatic Atlantic ¬
tic City and the surrounding country to toattend toattend toattend
attend the trial The day wac U made a aholiday ahoUda aholiday
holiday moat of the visitors bringing bringingtheir brln bringingtheir Db Dbthflr
their luncheons lunc11e < ns as if i for a picnic picnicSheriff picnicSherif picnicSheriff
Sheriff Johnson had ruled that no nofavoritism nofavoritism nofavoritism
favoritism be shown the firstcomers firstcomerssecuring ftrstcomerssecurIng firstcomerssecuring
securing the coveted places All re requests requests requests ¬
quests for cards of O admission were wereturned were wereturned wereturned
turned down downThe downThe downThe
The prisoner pr ner began the day with a aconference aconference aconfer
conference confer nce with his hi attorney Edmund EdmundC
C GaskUl and his parent parentIn parentaIn
In the crowd of officiate offtc witnesses witnessesand wtin wtinand witnessesand
and curious visitors about th the court courtroom courtroom rt rtrOOm
room today were seylWa young 1OGft wife wifeand wifennt1 wifeanal
and Mrs Irs Charles Adatt Ada p > mother of thegirl the thegirl thegirl
girl whine h body was wU washed i hed ashore ashorenearly uItorencurly aeitvreneurly
nearly four months ago Since Eerier Eerierand 587 587and Seyterand
and his brother were brought bade from fromPcttislnire fromPctHslmr fromPetersburg
Petersburg va after aft r 2 March s NOn NOnacr soonafcr < m mafter
after MO ut tragedy trag y wie ne 1 defendants AdaDt wife wifehas w1ehas wifehas
has never wavered in her d dete defesse fese e of ofthe otthe ofthe
the accused man manAxnong manong manArgong
Axnong ong the witnesses witnea es for the prosecu prosecution PfOHCUunn prose ° u ution ¬
tion are Detective Malzed and MI Miller Millerwho Ier Ierwho lerwho
who traced the Seylers to Petersburg Petersburgwhile PeteNburgwhile Petersburgwhile
while the woods about Atlantic tJa City Citywere CIt CItwere C1tiwere >
were being beIn beaten and who trapped tr MdtM MdtMnHin t tmen th thmen he
men in bedJudge bed bedJudge booJUdge
Judge E A HIgbee te presiding atthe at attho attho
tho trial
The Alleged Crime CrimeThe CrimeThe CrimeThe
The crime with whlcl William 1vnllam Seyler Seyleris
is charged Is the murder of Jane Adamswho Adams Adamswho Adamswh
who wh it Is alleged left her home in At Atlantic AtJan AtIanUo ¬
lantic Jan o City on the evening of February Februar Februarto
4 to in in company with the Seyler brothers brothU11md brothersand brothersand
and her sister Alice and who was w not notseen notseen notseen
seen until February 13 when her frozen frozenbody frozubody frozenbody
body was found floating in the surf bysmall by bysmall by15mall
small boys who h called on Horace Hor Mun Monroe Munroe Munroe
roe and William Hammell trolley em employes emtlloyes employes ¬
ployes to help them carry it to the theboard th thboard thgboard
board walk walkOn walkOn walkOn
On the evening or of Fekfry F 4 OrvisSeyler Orvis OrvisSeyler OrvlSeyler
Seyler Williams brother went to the theAdams theAdams theAdams
Adams home In Missouri avenue and andgot andgat
got Jane and A1ke William met them themon themon themon
on the board walk The quartet went wentto wentto wentto
to the MillionDollar Pier and watched watchedthe watcbedthe watchedthe
the moving pictures for a white Then Thenthey Thenthey Thenthey
they danced Later William and Jane Janewalked Jannlked Janewalked
walked far out on the pier When they theyeot tbeyrot theygot
rot ready to leave lea Orris and Alice Alicecalled AlleeClJlJed Alicecalled
called to the others apd started started away awayAt awayAt way wayAt
At the Adams Adams home Orvis and Alice Alloewaited AUcewaited Alicewaited
waited some time for William VUltamand and Janebut Jane JaMbut j jbut
but they the did not appear and andthe the youngcouple young youngcouple YOUDgcouple
couple parted partedWarrants partedWarrants partedWarrants
Warrants Sworn Out OutThe OutThe OutThe
The next morning when Mrs 1lS Adams Adamsfound Adamsfound Adamsfound
found that her oldest daughter had not notreturned notreturned no noreturned t
returned home she took took tookAlice Alice to task taskLearning tukLearnlng taskLearning
Learning her daughtershad daughters shad had been ou ouwith out outwith outwith t
with the Seylers Mrs Adams went to tothe tothe t tthe o
the Seyler home a sliort sl short ort distanceaway distanceawayGetting dl8tnee distanceawayGetting ay ayGetting
Getting no satisfaction from the Seyler Seylerbrothers Seyl Seylbrothers YJer YJerbrothers
brothers she went to the police pol station stationand Matlonand statioand n
and swore out a warrant for their ar arrest arrest arrest ¬
rest But when the officer went w nt to serve servethe servethe servethe
the warrant the Seyler Se ler boys had left ior iorparts or orparts o oparts r
parts unknown unknownFor unknownFor unknownFor
For days the double dou e search ean went cm cmIn 00In onIn
In every direction the police were look looking looking looki ¬
i ing for the Seylers The ocean was waswatched waswatched w wwatched
watched for the body bod of Jane Adamsr Adams Adamsfor Adamsfor
for it was the general opinion that thatether she shecither 8MeIther
r cither had fallen from the pier or had hadbeen hadbeen ha habeen d
been thrown from It t and that in n time timethe timethe ti tithe me
the sea would give her upIn up upIn upIn
In the meantime the Seylers had gone gonestraight gonestraIght goutstraight I
straight to Petersburg Va their old oldhome oldhome of ofhome d
home They arrived there on the even evening evening en enIns ¬
ing of February g and went to work in ina 1na ina
a matting milL There they were foundand found foundand foundand
and arrested by Detectives Malseed andMiller and andMiller andmer
Miller mer of Atlantic City on February 1 1They M MThey 16They
They waived extradition and arrived arrivedIn
In Atlantic City on the following day dayjust dayjust dayjust
just a few hours after Jane Adams Adamsfuneral Adamefun Adamsfuneral
funeral funeralThe fun funeralThe ral ralThe
The evidence at the coroners inquest inquestwas inquestwas inquestwas
was conflicting William Seyler at first flrstdenied drstcenled firstdenied
denied to the detectives det Uve that he was waswith waswith 88 88with
with the girl on the pier Then he said saidBbe saidIhe saidshe
she must have hQ committed suicide Orvis OrvisSeyler 018Seler OrvisSeyler
Seyler followed his brothers lead in incontradicting IncontradlcHn incontradlcttng
contradicting himself Both men made madestatement fuadesta madestatement
statement sta ement to the a atpolic tpolic tpolicb tpolicwhich police which have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been withheld wllhh ld from the e public publicThe publlThe p b kS kSThe
The meet rr t Important witnesses at thetrial the thetrial thetrial
trial will be Orvis Seyler Ceder Alice Adams Adamsand AdamtIand Adamsand
and a wireless telegraph operator operatorThomas operatorThomafT operatorThomas
Thomas APr tp pleby > lebr who who bas basthe said he saw sawthe 8Wthe
the Seye brothers and the Adams sis afatern sisters 18 18ters ¬
ters on he pier on the night of Feb February February Februa ¬
rua ruary 4 4Wullam 4William
rualam William W1 W1with lam Seyler Sl Se3 lel is married and lived livedwith lledwIth
with with his parents panntJane par nta Jane Adams was a aquiet aquIet aquiet
quiet girlk th tht daughter of Mr ets lr and andMrs andIrS
Mrs IrS Charles Adams Te T e Seylers Seyl ler8 were werenot werenot re rewelcome
not nottheir welcome at t th the < Adams h 1 m and nd ndtheir ndtheir
their meetings w wth th the girls were usually usual usually usua1h ¬
ly secret
r
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Can an Always AlwaysHave AlwaysHave wa s
aneve
Have eve evear It ItCharged ItCharged
Charged ar e et
t
LORIMER UNDECIDED UNDECIDmAS UNDECIDEDASTO
AS ASTO TO HIS COURSE COURSEMay
9 9May
May Defend Himself inSpeech in inSpeech inSpeech
Speech or Demand DemandInvestigation DemandInvestiga DemandInvestigation
Investigation InvestigationSenator Investiga ion ionienator
Senator ienator William Lorimer of Illinois Illinoiswho Illinoiswho 1Unofswho
who arrived here last night is i s J in a aquandary aquap4UY auandary
quandary q as to what course to pursue pursuein
in I qI n the Senate with respect to the thebrl thebrlhery bri bribery bri bribery ¬
bery preeecutions in Illinois In which whlohhis wblohhi whichhis
his hi name has B been Involved InvolvedSenator involvedSenator I
Senator Lorimer is s said Id to be unde undecified undecl nudedded
cified cl ed as to whether hethe he will demand demandan
an investigation by the Senate orot or ornot orROt
not s ot It is said he would prefer to todefend tod todefend
defend d tnd himself from th the attacks attaok8araaade attacksiwade a ttaanlIId
iwade on the methods of his hi election
IB a speech On the other hand he heoM
doe oM not want to be put in n the r noai > toP toPUOn opi opition
tion of having an Investigation of ofelection 4 s selection
election forced on him by the SeT Sere If io
Reports are current that semc em m < of ofttoe qfthe iZ iZthe
the Democratic Senators are ar bent on onmaking onaklng n nmaking
making trouble for Lorlmer Lorimer and are areprepared areprepareC1 areprepared
prepared to demand an investigation Inve t1gation I
These reports have perturbed the nil Illinois DUDole nilole ¬
Dole s ole Senator and his friends If on onnquiry
Inquiry I it is found that others othe are aregoln aregoln areclog
goln goln g clog to demand an Investigation InvestlJatJonenator
Senator enator Lorimer will not t only make makepeech a aspeech aa
speech a eech in his hi own defense deten but in ad ¬
dition will ask that an investlgtlon invest5110ne InvNtl on
be b e had hadSenator hadSenator hadSenator
Senator Lorimer was busy on the theway they theway
way y from Chicago and has been busy bu y
In his hi rooms a at the Raleigh getting
up a speech to deliver to She the Senate senaten
In I n this speech ha is expected e pected to give givea
a good deal d al of information regaro4nr
Illinois Inln I llinois Lorimer l politics Utlc On his arrival Sena S ena ¬
tor Lorimer refused to comment commentena enaon on
the tb allegations which have va been made
in Illinois IllinoisShould 1111nolshould Illinoisshould
Should there be an investigation it
doubtless will m be made by file the Senate
Committee e on Privileges and Elec ¬
tions of which Senator Burrows Is the
head Senator Sena tnr Burrows has so far farrefused tarretuNd farrefused
refused to talk talkStory talkKING talkKING
KING WOULD OULD RETAIN RETAINBRYCE RETAINBRYCE
BRYCE IN AMERICA AMERICAI
Story That He Wants to Be BeRelieved BeRelieved BeRelieved
Relieved Is Called CalledSilly CalledSilly CalledSilly
Silly SillyLONDON SillyLONDON
LONDON May J J So int In response e to tooairies m mCllltries Inegtkies
oairies today tecta regarding the report in the iheUnited t theUnited e eCntt
United Cntt States that Ambassador Bryce Brycehad BiTc8had
had asked to be relieved < < from trombls tromblsWa his hisWashington hisWashington
Washington Wa tDgton poet the foreign office 4enied de denied le lenJect ¬
nied that any such request had been re received recelyed recetved ¬
ceived ceivedThe celyedThe cetvedThe
The government Is desirous that MrBryce Mr MrBryce Ir IrBryce
Bryce remain as a he te considered the themost U tic ticmost e eIDMt
most successful uce l ambassadorthat mba dor that Eng England Bnglaad EIISIaDd
land ever ever ver sent to toAmer1ca America King George GeorgeIs G or e eI
Is I particularly anxious that Mr Bryoe Bryoecontinue BqC8COJttnue Bry Bryexulllnue oe
continue at Washington Ya hlnglon at least lea during duringthe dUMngthe duringthe oeg g
the early stages of his hI < < reign reignDenied reignDenied reignDenied
Denied at Embassy EmbassyAt
At the British embassy today thereport the thereport therltfolt
report that Ambassador James Tameked 3ryse 3rysehas sryvaehas
has asked ked to be relieved rolle from furtherulurty further furtherduty urtbQltJty
duty here tere was characterised cbaraeted d a a aatlfy astlly asilly
silly repetition of a TWHOT 1IIIIWK alreadyprinted already alreadyprinted a1teadyprmta
printed four or fivotines fivotinesThe n he > e times timesThe dtnecThe
The ambassador himself hfm el refused ab absolutely abolutely b bJJOlutel ¬
solutely JJOlutel s to eonArm or deny the report reportbut repotbut reportbut
but from other sources at the embassy embassythe Y
the strong impression was gained gainedthat gainfJdthat gain gainthat
that it bad no foundation in fact factUnlike factUnlike a t tUnlike
Unlike the America diplomatic e tv1ce rv rvice r rSee
ice whose members m mbens tender their resignation res resignation reatgntion ¬
ignation at each change chan e o of adminis administration admh administration s stratlon ¬
tration the British diplomatic per perice serr serrIce er1 er1Ice
Ice is permanent rmanent just like that of otthe otthecivil th thcivil the thecivil e
civil service ervl e employeeAmbassador employee employeeAmbassador employAmbaaador
Ambassador Bryce today denied den ed that thathe thathe thathe
he had in contemplation the writing writingof
of a third volume of the American AmericanCommonwealth AmerleanCommonweaJth AmericanCommonwealth
Commonwealth saying that at that thatwork th tha thawork t twork
work bad been completed competedyears twenty twentyyears twentyara
years ara ago agoSince agoSinee
Since the death of o King Edward Edw rd the theambassador theambaeMdor theambassador
ambassador has ha s canceled all allot of his ongagements on engagements ongagements ¬
gagements to make public addresses addressesat addre ell ellat
at colleges or elsewhere For that thatreason thatreason t
reason he will not speak before the theworlds theworlds th thworlds e
worlds Sunday school convention to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow afternoon as has been schedused sched scheduled s < bsd bsduled ¬
uled
TO OPERATE ROAD ROADAUSTIN ROADAUSTIN
AUSTIN Tex May 21 21Announce 21Announcement fAnnouncement Announce Announceroent
ment was nuvoe made today tocla by Roy Taylor Taylorprivate Taylorprhste Taylorprivate
private secretary of R H Baker for forraer former formar
mar president preeld Rt of the heme Trinity y and andBraaos andBr3 an anrams d
Braaos Br3 rams S railroad that t the latter latterpurchased has haspurchased nupurehaad
purchased purchasedwill the Texas T x Central railroad railroadand railroadand
and will immediately begin the or organization orcanlzatlorr oranizattorr ¬
ganization of a syndicate of Texas Texastho Toxasfinanciers Tow
financiers to take over and operate operatetho c
tho road as an independent enterprise enterprIseWatch enterpriseWatch
Watch for a city at Randle Highlands HighlandsAdvt HIghlandsAdt
Advt
ESTRAF ESTBArAIAITiNG ESTBArAIAITiNGMOVE AWAITiNG AWAITiNGI AWAITiNGMOVE I
MOVE BY fI ri Y UNCLE SAM SAMMadrizs SAMMadriz
Madrizs s Opponent Courting CourtingIntervention Courtin CourtinIntervention CourtinIntervention
Intervention Asserts AssertsPolitical AssertsPolitical AssertsPolitical
Political Adviser AdviserNICARAGUA AdviserNICARAGUA AdviserNICARAGUA
NICARAGUA STRIFE STRIFEMAY STRIFEMAY
STRIFEsED
MAY BE PROLONGED PROLONGEDInsurgents PROLONGEDInsurgents PROLONrInsurgents sED
PROLONGEDi i
Insurgents Capture Defenses at atRava atRav atRava
Rava Rav and Battle Is inProgress in inProgress inProgress
Progress ProgressBWJEFIBLDS ProgressBJlt1
BWJEFIBLDS BJlt1 BI + FIELDS May 23 faFinal Final In Intervention Intervention intervention ¬
tervention by the United State to put puta
a step to the civil war in Nicaragua Nicaraguawan
wan wa admitted lRlttotd today tocl by one De of the theleading theleading theleading
leading political advisers of Provis Provisional ProSslonal Prov is istonal ¬
tonal President Estrada to be the sole soleobject soleobject soleobject
object In Estradas prolongation pr loBptlon ofthe of oftb ottbe
tb the warEstrada war warEstrada voaruiatrada
Estrada realises reali that he can nevercrush never nevercrush nevercru
crush cru the government gavernmentarmy army or overthrow over overthrow overthrow ¬
throw President Pre ld llt Madrlz this th1 poll politician poUticlan polltician ¬
tician who would wid not permit the uw uwof t tof tse tseof
of his name far fear fr that h he would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be accused or disloyalty to Estradadeclared Estrada Estradadeclared Etradadeclre41
declared today t4 a But he believes that thathe thathe thathe
he is I strong enough to keep k p up U Uhostilities the thehostilities e ehoUllU
hostilities until the entire country countrywHl couatr couatrwHl countrywill
wHl demand that the United Statesstep States Statesstep Statoestep
step in n pending the selection of a anew anew anew
new President unidentified ltdd tlfted actively activelywith act1lywith aetiveiywith
with either the oj Zelaya Madriz or ortrada Es Estrada Estrada ¬
trada factions factionsMay factionsMay aeUon aeUonMay
May Prolong Straggle StraggleEven SttuggleEven StruggleEven
Even should Estrada b 1N successful successfulin
in the fighting < < now now raging about aboutBluefields aboutBluefteld aboutBluellelds
Bluefields his position p lUon will 111 be little littleimproved UUleImproed littleImproved
improved fOr he will 111 stiU un be unable unableto
to accomplish anything in the western westernpart westernptlrt westernpart
part of the country where bere the gov sever gover gover ¬
er ment u nt forces are In control controlvl
vl le h8 ha enough ft 1 men however to toprolong toprulon toprolong
prolong the struggle indefinitely Inde nltely and andit aDdit andIt
it is safe 8 to say MyUat that the t 8 insurgent insurgentwill lasurgMltw111 Insurgentswill
will never stop fighting ftgh n until Madriz Madrizvoluntarily MadrnvoluntarUy Madrisvoluntarily
voluntarily relinquishes the preeidency presi presidency prMidenc ¬
dency denc or the United States StaL forces an anarbitration anarbltraUOft anarbitration
arbitration of of the dispute disputeBattle dl8Pt1teBattle dispsiaBattle
Battle In n Progress ProgressThe Progr ProgrTbe ProgressThe
The insurgents have captured the out outer euter enter ¬
er defenses of the government army UJft at atRama atBaJIML atflame
flame and 1M a fierce erce battle battle1a Is now raping rapingwith ra ragingwith ng ngh
with h the forces trc of Madriz entirely en entne entbe eathe
the defensive defensiveCouriers defenSiveCourier8 defensdveCouriers
Couriers who he arr arrived Itred today to4 from toe toefront tJtefront thefront
front say that thin is S the third day at atthe oCthe ofthe
the battle b tt1e The MaxM army is handi handicapped hMUcapP handicapped ¬
capped capP < d by lack of ammunition the in insurgents insy ins4trgenta ¬
sy surgents ents having havt captured their suppitrain supply supplytrain supptTtrain y
train The government forces are al almost almost 1 1t ¬
most t without food and d are fighting ft htJAg on onijalf OIllf onalf
ijalf alf lf rations rationsDesperate rationsDeltperate
Desperate handtohand conflicts are areKOinjr areolnX aregoing
going olnX on in the trenches The insur insurgents IQ8UrIents insurgents ¬
gents Ions thus Jar ar is light lightCASTRILLO lightCASTRILLO
CASTRILLO ELATED ELATEDOVER ELATEDOVER ELATEDOVER
OVER LAND VICTORY VICTORYSenor
Senor CaslriHo General > Bttradas trads rep representative reprweAtaU re reresentattve p ¬
resentative in Washington W hm1toA expreeeed expreeeedthe ex exdie expressedthe
the keenest elation elat this 11 morning over overtsJip over1th overa
tsJip 1th c caerr re a report oru he n4 received of the vio vioMadrh to toc
aerr et c 0 flan tutu xa Mesas Kmy my over the theMadris theMadris
Madris forces forcesThis forcesTIM tomesThla
This moans nw aas be said HthR that t Estradawill Estrada Estradawttl
will soon soon overcome oelO lDe the lUdriz forces forcesand
and that the latter will nl have ha to ear surrender earrender ur ¬
render rctl1 er We e now have them cut off of fromtheir from fromtheir
their supplies and they cannot last much muchlonger much10Rgfr m mlonger itch
longerSenor longer longerSenor
Senor Csstrillo said lei he had had no di direct direct direst ¬
rect report of a naval battle in i which whlebth
the th Madriz boat the Venue Yea emus te said to tonave
have sunk one of Et Jl Fntradas > > trads > 8 gunboat boaitf
At the Bureau of Navigation of the
Navy Na Department that no it was said this thismorning thwmornlnJ
morning that no adyic advices or orbeen orders bad hadaducah
been received rec lved from the the Paducah P Porders the
American gunboat which is lying 17in off
Biuefleldg BiuefleldgWOULD Bluefie1d8WPULD BluefieldaWOULD
WOULD GIVE MILLION MILLIONFOR MILLIONFOR MILLIONFOR
FOR HIS GOOD NAME NAMETHIICIDAD N 1 1TRINIDAD
TRINIDAD Col ol May 23 231 am aftworth amworth a awOIth
worth over 1000004 1000 1I and I would Give givevery Giveevery give giveevery
every penny penn of it to have this case casewiped casewipesd M Mwiped
wiped off the records reex r de of the court said k1
John Tarabina the richest Italian Iasouthern te tesouthern 1680utbern
southern Colorado I have always had
the t reputation n of o being honest and andmoney andmoney andmoney
money Is no object Ob 8Ct to m me as a long as I Ican Ican Ican
can maintain this t = reputation reputationTarabina reputatlonTarablna
Tarabina is I tm triju t trli 1 in the Federal Federalcourt F Federalcourt rat ratcourt
court on a cha ch c r > 1t Se t of perjury One of his hisservants hisSQrvants hisservants
servants took nn u > a quarter section of
land under the th timber and stone act setand actand actand
and in helping ner to get a apatent patent Tara ¬
blue it is allege d swore he had seen the
land and there was timber UDl on it
There te s not a tree on the tract but buta
a valuable vein of coal lies under the thesurface thesurface thesurface
surface I
The Young Lady a Across cross the e Way a ae II IIThe
The e Young Lady LadyAcross
Across The Way Waysays a ff ffAcross
says she took he her 4 j jintended r
intended to see seeHowensteins I
Ji Jinowenstern k 1
j jNew
Howensteins nowenstern s i 1 i io
New uses o s
touses touses14th J
14th S C AveSE ve S J Jand t tG3
and th they ey Y Yht bot h G3 Jd
thought thou g ht th they eY werethe were Cr Crthe
the theprettiest prettiest little littleI littlehouses I z zhouses
houses they had hadever hadeve
ever r seenso cheap cheaptoo
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too Only 300 t + p na
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cas cash h re mire mirepen d
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BRIDGE l E ENGINEER ENGINEERTO ENGINEERTORESIGN
TO TORESIGN RESIGN PLACE PLACEV
W V V J Douglas Going toNew to toNew toNew
New York to Work WorkUpon WorkUP9n WorkUpon
Upon Subway SubwayIn i iIn
In order to associate a oclate himself with 1th VH VHliam ViIHam vliclam
liam Barclay Parsonsof New ew Turk Turkengineer YtJrkel1ginoor Yorkenglneer
engineer in charge of the construction constructionof
of the New York subway W J Douglas Douglasengineer Douglas8DglMer
engineer of bridges of the District hasobtained has hasobtained
obtained ed a six months leave of o absence absenceAt
At the end of that time Mr Douglass Irouglastprobably Douglassprobably ijousJaprobably
probably will 111 resign r gn and will locatepermanently locate locatepermanently locatepermanently
permanently In New York Mr Douglasloft Douglas Douglasloft Dougl Dougllolt
loft for his new ne post today todayIt
It Is s understood that Mr Douglas Douglaswill DougJuwill Douglaswill
will be succeeded auQQe ed by T C C J Bailey en engineer 60smear onglnaer ¬
smear in charge of o street extension extensionwho extenelon1ho extensionswho
who formerly held the position of all assistant a astetant allatant
stetant engineer of bridgesThe bridges bridgesThe bridgesThe
The notice of Mr Douglas of hit hklR hklRtentlon intentlon in intention ¬
tentlon to sever his connection with th thservice the theservice theservice
service of the District government wa wareceived wu wureceived wasreceived
received with regret by his h superiors Mlpel rs in IBthe inthe inthe
the Engineer Department DepartmentAs
As engineer of bridges he had super supervision supervision u r rvision ¬
vision of the construction consr cUontcUon of the Con Costnect Connecticut CottneCtJcut ¬
necticut nect cut Avenue and Anaeoetia Anaeo tla bridge bridgesas bddgewn bridgea
as a well as a of a number of smaller emailerbridges smallerbridges amallerbridges
bridges in Rock Creek Park ParkMr ParkXr ParkMr
Mr Douglas 8 wa wu a member mm of thecommittee the thecommittee thecOmmittee
committee which recommended recomme d8d the im improvement ImproYement improvement ¬
provement of o Rock Greek valley and anda andwas
was a 815 a member also of the wharf committee com committee committee ¬
mittee whose recommendations concerning con concerning concerning ¬
cerning the improvement of the harbor harborare harborare harborare
are new before Conzreefc ConzreefcMr Co 8811 8811Ir
Mr Ir Douglas entered th t the 8 service of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the District as 8 a assistant lstant engineer Au August August August ¬
gust 12 lJ18B IADS 1Z and was promoted te En Engineer Enginoer ¬
gineer of Bridges Br eB May raT 1 10M 10MBULLETIN 1001ROUNDTHEWORLO IPILBULLETINISSUED
ROUNDTHEWORLO ROUNDTHEWORLOBULLETIN
BULLETIN BULLETINISSUED BULLETINISSUEDUnsettled ISSUED ISSUEDUnsettled ISSUEDU
Unsettled U Weather Will ll Pre Prevail Prevail Prevail ¬
vail Over Country Is IsForecast IsForecast IsForecast
Forecast for Week WeekIn
In the official URIMIDdthe RsandtheWortweather RiwwIUieWorir RiwwIUieWorirweather Wor11 Wor11weat
weather weat er bulletin issued iMuO < today at the theUrfited tbeUsflte4 th thLdited e
Urfited States Stat Weather Bureau Prot ProfMoore Protoore ProtMoore
Moore oore static that vaaettlad weather will wiHprevail wiKpnwaU willprevail
prevail In all u parts of the country for foranother or orneUter
another week eek He states statesThe statesuThe statesThe
The present re ent week will open Op ll withcontinuation with a acontinuation acontinuation
continuation of o f the th e unsettled un etUed showery showeryweather 3hower 3howerweather show er y yweather
weather over the Eastern portionthe portion C rtJoa of ofthe 0 0the
the country but without much mUC rain of ofconsequence oCCOlNlequeAee o oconsequence f
consequence over the extreme Northern
districts By Wedne Wednesday da conditions will
become more settled UJed and fair weather weatherwill weUterwill weathewill r
will predominate during the remainder remainderof
of the week lut 1 tit with th a tendency te ae to toward teward toward ¬
ward a reaction T eUon at the end In the theVe West W eat eatfist t
fair weather will prevail during the first
half of tbs week with wit rising tempera temperatures tempMILtures temperaturea ¬
tures but in n about three days a die i ¬
turbance should appear on the thePacific th north
Pacific coast This disturbance will de develop deel d dve e ¬
velop ve el D eastward attended tt Dded by b more oroln or les leseiouatn less 1eMoItuatAYe
eiouatn oItuatAYe oln ass se and some rains 01 ov r the ex extreme extlllne extrente ¬
treme Northwest North weat reaching the northern aorUraraplains aortJJenap11n northernStates
plains painsunusual States by the end Of the week Ne Neunusual Ne1Inuaual N e
unusual temperatures tt l raturN are expectedDuring expected expectedDuring ted tedDuring
During the past week according to the thebulletin thebulletin t tbulletin he
bulletin a great deal of rain has fallen fallenin falleIn n
in the cotton belt and throughout the theMiddle theKiddie theMiddle
Middle West In Europe the w weather weatherconditions K ath ther thercondtUODS r rconditions
conditions were also very V8l unsettled unsettledRain UDMttledRain
Rain fell heavily over the British Brttl Britishand b band Isles Islesand
and In northern Asia
AFFAIRS OF ALASKA ALASKAAGAIN I IAGAIN
AGAIN TO BE AIRED AIREDCharges AIREDCharges
Charges Arising From Re Removal R Rmoyal Removal ¬
moval of Officials to Be BeInvestigated BeInyestigatec BeInvestigated
Investigated InyestigatecA j jA
A controversy CO1tr that threaten to throw throwas
as much light on I Alaskan affaire as the thehearing tbehaariDg thehearing
hearing in the BaH BaltytgerPtachet BaIqD8erPJ alterPinohot cht dispute disputewaa dlaputewu disputewas
was scheduled to come up before a sub subcommittee subcommittee b beommlttH ¬
committee of the Senate Judiciary Committee Com Committee Committee ¬
mittee beginning today It grows out ofthe of ofthe ofthe
the summary removal of District At Attorney Attorney Attorney ¬
torney John J Boyce and Marshal MarshalDaniel Mnba1Daniel MarshalDaniel
Daniel A Soutaeriand Sout erlaDd of the Juneau JuneatzJfatrict Juneauabtrlct
Jfatrict < in AlsacaBoyce AlsAica AlsAicaBoyce AJaao < a aBoyee
Boyce and Sutherland nave 8 come on ontq 011tit ont
tq t the WU Washington lagten to make a a fight against againsttne againstthe
tne confirmation of the men appointed appointedto
to succeed s ed them They Theyon have been in inWashington InWashington inWashington I
Washington some days Their sac successors sacceseora uc ucceuora ¬
cessors are John Rustgard R d who has hasbeen ballbeea baabeen
been named district attorney attome and ad Her Herbert Herbert ¬
bert It L Faulkner who bet has been named namedmarshal JIaJMdmarMal ttemeedmarshal
marshal marshalConfirmations
Confirmations Held UpIt Up UpIt
t
It will be charged before the subeom ssbcommittee subeommlttee 1IIIbeommlttee
mlttee that Rustgard and ad Faulkner F kDer areunfit are areunfit areuDftt
unfit for the offices ot1 to which they have havebeen haebeen havebeen
been appointed because they have beennamed been beennamed beenDJIMd
named through the alleged machinations machinationsef llAeb llAebt
ef t the GuggenheimMorgan Gu Guggenhei enhe MolPA l agents in the theTerritory theTerritory theTerritory
Territory the same influences which wJ eh are arealleged arealleged arealleged
alleged to have secured eured unjustly the re removal removal removal ¬
moval of Sutherland and BoyceThe Boyce BoyceTbe
1 The subcommittee is composed ofSenators of ofSenators otSenators
Senators Nelson Borah Bor h and Overman OvermanThe OvermanThe jtrmaIL jtrmaILTbe
The confirmations were held up a on oncomplaint oncomplaint eacomplaint
complaint of Senator Borah He IB la lashnent IDhn80t insistent
shnent that the facts be probed to the thebottom tMbottom the
bottom It Is not at all unlikely unllke that thatbefore tlaatJt thebefore
Jt before lore the investigation invest tlon Is I concluded concladedsome CODCIadEdome concludedsome
some of the prominent Alaskan oftdata oftdatawill ot8daJIIVow oMdsibwill
will be called as witnesses witneuesWickersham t tWlekenhaa IV IVWickersnam
Wickersnam ts friendly to But Butfairly Sutherland Sutherlandand ediu14 ediu14n
and n Doe and beUeY believes they are arefa ea eafairly
fairly fa I removed He will probably proba be becRUed 1Mcalled becalled
called onfor ODt on for testimony Governor Waiter wai waiter al alter ¬
ter Clark who wt o was instrumental al m the theremoval tJIertmonl theremoval
removal of Sutherland and ad Boyce w wprobably WIll wittprobably WIllprobably
probably be called on to give gty 1 nte > > is ver version versloe V VIIIOft ¬
sion of the matter matterOutceme matterOutcome tter tterOutceme
Outceme ef Trial TrialBoyce TrialBoyce TrialBoyce
Boyce and Sutherland were removed removedabout removedabout
about Out a month ago gO oa charges ehM e which whichthey whlcbthey whichthey t
they were not permitted to see They Theywere TheyJ8ffJ
I ILou
J8ffJ were ere discharged on r recommendation of1a of ofiLoute
Lou iLoute 1a Shackleford the Republican na national B BUoDI national ¬
tional eo commttteesaAA ° for torAIMka Alaska Sbse Sbsektoford Siseekleford
ktoford k ford is aid to be legal adviser for forsome forsome forsome
some of the Guggenheim interestsThe interests interestsThe mtftMtLTbeeu
The Tbeeu substance tnce of the story Sutherland Sutherlandand SuthertaDdaDd Sutherlandand
and Boyce will ten relates to the trial trialof tr11of trialof
of one Ed Hasey vno = bo killed two menand men menand mGDel
and Del wounded woun ed three th ee others in a fight fightover fightever bt btover
over a railroad rijht of way Hase Haeey isalleged is isalleged IsalIege4
alleged to have bn employed by > jr the theGuggenheim tbeG theGuggenheim
Guggenheim G ea e a interests Intre ts He was con convicted e II IIvlcted ¬
victed and got the t he remarkable sentence sentenceof
of eighteen months in prfeouBack prl prison prisonBask n nBaek
Back of him it is charged stood menhigh men menhigh menhigh
high up in the councils o at the Guggen Guggenheim Gucceohetm ¬
heim interest interestTAFT tnterHtaTAFT
TAFT TAFTNO NO CANDIDATE CANDIDATEFOR
FOR SENATORSHIP SENATORSHIPP40fWentSt SENATORSHIPP
P40fWentSt P idents s Brother Will Not NotRace AJak AJakRace lakRaceWill aka
Race RaceWill Will Spend Summer SummerAbroad St mmef mmefA
A Abroad AbroadIt oad oadIt
It can be announce aDD announced on c i the theauthodt highest highestauthority
authority that thafCbar Charles P Pof Taft 1 frothier frothierof
of the President Prea t will not be a candi candidate caatlldate ¬
date for the Uafte > aaited 8t 1tltiss e Senate tosuecNd tou to tosucceed
succeed u Senator 6e Derfc lJIdtXI nfOhiev nfOhievMr coif = l Wo WoMr >
Mr Taft i lit to Washington today todayand to4 to4ad
and ad by 1 > > Ms closest friends fn it was sssM sssMthat w wthat
that he has given up all id ides e of going sotD < <
into the fight It is probable that th he bewill hevrlll I
vrlll 111 spend th the greater part of the thesummer thesummer theaumner
summer in Europe Euro and It was pointed point pointedout i iout Iout
out that Europe is not a good vantage vantageground V1Itapsround
ground ffom which hleh to conduct a fight ftcbtlor fightfor I Ifor
for the Ohio Senatorshtp I
< HOMES H HOWESIN OM ES
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Every Ev rypart part l of 6four our homes possesses posse ss a aposse an air a i of o M t 1 tadrflej tadrflejvice 1tBt1sevice f fvice
vice viceand and there is a distinguishing stamp of Qfqualty QfqualtyVoodley ofquavVoodle quality qualityWoodley
Woodley Voodle Park is surely an idea home section It Itabounds Itabounds Itabounds
abounds in advantages attractions s and has a sbmtiing stands whkhNO whichNO which whichNO
NO OTHER section possesses and one of our homes bom owing owfegto owin owinto
to a fortunate purchase of ground a considerabie tierlt t Ine ne ago agocosts a acosts agocosts
costs no nomore more HERE than in some other location 4doit anojdoet anojdoetforget doAt doAtforget
forget the S985o 9850 850 homes have h ve large SIDE LAWNS LA VNS t S sift 1txith 1txithJ 1txithgroups both bothgroups bothgroups
groups of houses FACE Rock Creek or Zoo Parkin Parkinside Park J THE Tile in inside a aside ¬
side homes are 7500 Terms 2500 and l25o 425 so Cash 155 155and 5 5and 3 3and
and 4850 a month including all interest interestTake interestTake interestt
Take car markedChevy marked t CheVy Chase y or Rock Creek CreekBridge Cr CreekBridge ek
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Bridge to Connecticutand Connecticut and Cathedral Avenues A Ave ve veHAND U pttaMce pttaMceHAND wee weeHAND
HAND pointing to our homeswilt homes homesBuilt homesBuilt
Built by frliddaugh Midd ugh Shannon Shann n Inc In Owner OwnerNo 9 li1era li1eraNo
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BELLI SELNG SELLING i tNG AGENTS SHANNON 8 LOCHS L CHSJ 713 14th 1 tii St Slr
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RANDLE HIGHLANDS HIGHLANDSCAPITOL HIGHAIiiDSCAPITOL HLGHPANDSCAPITOL
CAPITOL OF U5 U5fHITE U6HITEKODSE d dHim
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Otters superior advantages to borne bornebuilders homobulldera homebuilders
builders and InvestorsRandle investors investorsRankle InestoraRaDdle
Rankle Highlands it 1 fast helping to tomake tomake tomake
make a Greater WashingtonWATCH WashingtonWATCH Washington WashingtonWATCH
WATCH FOR fORA A CITY ffigESSf ffigESSfMost AT HIGIILANDS HIGIILANDSMoat fG fGMoat RANDLE RANDLEHIGIILANDS
Moat beautiful and plcturesoua plct qU location locationOnly locaUonOnlx locationOnly
Only twelve minutes from the Capitol CapUolBuilding CapitolBun CaploiBuilding
Building Bun BunLots
Lots now selling sellin on Easy Payment PaymentPJen PaymentPlen PaymentPien
PJen Call or write for new Booklet
Plat and Terms Free Auto to see th thproperty the theproperty theproperty
property propertyU propertyU propertyU
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th St Jt t Pa Ave N W V Waab nab D O OE OerONLY8 0ONLY
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until the biggest Sale of ofReal ofReal ofReal
Real Estate in the history his history history ¬
tory o of the District of ofColumbia ofColumbia ofColumbia
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m Its a Great Pleasure Pleasurefortable S
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To have at your command an
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New Orleans Is the Hub of ofPopulation ofPopulation
Population of America AmelicaA Americafl7
fl7 fl7gf A Glance at atAny
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Confirm This ThisNew TsNew
New Orleans famous the world over overas bver bvera overas
as a The Home o of the Mardi Gras and andThe a andThe d dThe
The Winter Capital of America is the thehub thehub thehub
hub of population of America and there therefore therfor therefore ¬
fore for the Logical Point at which the theWorlds theWorlds 1e 1eWorld
Worlds 5 Panama Exposition should beheld be beheld beheld
held
Within a radios of 500 miles of ofNew ofNew ofNew
New Orleans live Seventeen and One Oneijialf On Onhalf Onehalf
ijialf half Million People PeopleWithin PeopleWithin
9 9I
I Within a radius of 1000 1 000 miles mil s live liveSixtyfive liveSixty liveSixtyfive
Sixtyfive Sixty five Million people peopleWithin peopleWithin peopleWithin
Within radius of of 1500 1 500
a miles l liVe liVeNinty liveNinry ve veNinty
Ninty Million people peopleAll peopleAll peopleAll
All these figures are taken fromthe froIDithe190D
190 1900 0 census The 1910 191 0 census will willshow willshov willshow
show at least One Hundred and Twenty TwentyMillion TwentyMillion TwentyMillion
Million people living within the last ra radius fadius radius ¬
dius and at the completion of the Panama PanamaCanal p1anamaCan PanamaCanal
Canal Can l in 1915 1 91 5 there th re will live in this thisterritory thiste thisterritory
territory te ritory at a very minimum minimum One Hun Hundred Hundred Hundred ¬
dred and Forty Million The last radius radiuscovers radiuscov radiuscovers
covers cov rs a circle which takes in practically practicallythe prac ically icallythe
the entire United States a part of Cana Canacla Canada Canada
da New Foundland F ou dland the Bahama Island IslandWest IslandWest IslandWest
West Indies Central America Mexico Mexicoand Mexicoand Mexicoand
and a part o of South America and in includes ineludes ineludes ¬
eludes the entire Panama Canal and Zone ZoneThe ZoneThe ZoneThe
The transportation facilities of New NewOrleans NewOrleans NewDileans
Orleans include 16000 1 miles of naviga navigable navigable navigable ¬
ble inland waterways direct coastwise coastwisesteamship coastwiset coastwisesteamship
steamship t amship lines to and nd from the eastern easternseaboardnear easternseaboard easternseaboard
seaboard seaboardnear near ship routes toCentral toCentralAmerica te to Central CentralAmerica Cen ral ralA
America A erica and the West Indies near near routes routesto
to all of Europe and nine great trunklines trunklines trunk trunklines
lines of steam railroads Steamship Steamsh p linesthro1gh lines linesthrough linesthrough
through the Panama Canal will complete completea
a network covering the world worldThe woildThe worldthe
The very ease with which e exhibits exhibitscould eXhibitscould chibitscould
could be carried from foreign countries countriesto
to New Orleans adds to t the already pre preponderating preponder preponderating ¬
ponderating ponder ting influence jn ue ce why the Worlds WorldsPanama WorldsPanama s sPanama
Panama Exposition Exp sition should sh ul9 < be held at atthis ath atthis
this t h IS point Do nt A t si v j ji jT
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