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Wickersham Will Begin Ac Action Action Action ¬
tion Today or To Tomorrow Tomorrow ¬
morrow morrowKENYON morrowKENYON
Ccnspiracy Is Charged by the Ship Shippers Shippers Shippers ¬
pers Whose Complaint Caused CausedPresident CausedPresident CausedPresident
President and Cabinet to Act ActPresident ActPresident
President Taft t this afternoon instruct instructed ¬
ed Attorney General G > neral Wickersham to totorinrr tobrlnl
bring an Injunction suit > ult at once against againstfr aga1natt1j againstthe
fr t1j twentyflve railroads In the Middle MiddleWest MiddleVest diddleWest
West which have served notice on the theInterstate theInteI8tate theInterstate
Interstate Commerce Commission lon of an anintention 30 30intention anintention
intention to increase freight tre ht rates to tomorrow to tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow The suit is to be brought late latethis latetWe latethis
this afternoon or early tomorrow morn morning momIn morn1n ¬
ing In probably In Chicago ChicagoW ChlcaoW
W s Kenyon enyon assistant to the Attor Attorney AttornfY Attbrner ¬
ney General and chief cl o trustbustor trust bu tor of oftiie otthe
the Department of Justice is understood understoodto
to be in Chicago today It is expected expectedJi I Ih
h ° ° will 111 take immediate charge cb e of the theEXlit thesuit
suit suitThe
The decision of the President came c af after atel after ¬
ter a lens conference with Attorney AttorneyGenerat AttorneyGeneral
General WIckersham and after the mat matter rnatj matter ¬
ter had been thoroughly thorou hb discussed b bthe by y
the Cabinet at todays session sessionRailroad seMlonRailroad sessionRailroad I
Railroad Men HereThe Here HereThe HereThe
The shippers had their inning yester yesterday yesterday eeter eeterday ¬
day and today tOOa a formidable array ef efhigh etnigh ofhigh
high railroad officials arrived in the city I
intent upon frustrating tru traUng the shippersAmong shippers shippersAmong I IAmong
Among the railroad officials who have havealready i
already reached Washington are George GeorgeR i
R Peck of the St Paul system G WXreutzinger W WKreutzlnger i i1reulzII1l
Kreutzlnger > er of o the Monon General GeneralCounsel GeneralCoun
Counsel el Pierce and James Gorman Gormanvice GormanvIce I IIce
vice Ice president in charge of traffic bothof both bothof I
of the Rock Island In addition John
C Spooner former Senator and general generalcounsel eneral eneralcounsel I Icounsel
counsel for a number of the far farFysterna largest largestsystems lar e8t e8tfystems
systems Is I s also in the city cll cllThe
The shippers have ha e arranged a further furtherconference furtheronference furtherconference
conference with Attorney Atto General GeneraVIokersham GeneralVlrkereham
VIokersham this afternoon They ex expect expt ¬
pest pt > t aJ Is u to ask the Interstate Int le Com Commerce Commerce Commerge ¬
merce Commission for a hearing hearingOld hearIngOld hearingOld
Old Injunction Maybe MaybeThe MaybeTht MaybeThe
The shippers representatives reprH ntatieS in the theconference their theirconference thMrOl1ferelKe r
conference < with Mr Wiekerithambroirht Wfekcmbain Wfekcmbainbrourht WlekcnllbantbrOllJht
brourht out < that t at the roads which whk whkrr hleb ± are arerepresented are are1f re
represented 1f rr + reaented in the Western etltem trunk line linecommittee UneOmllllttee linecomra
comra < committee lttea wMch tormwteted these theserates theserates theseratty 8e
rates were Were measly all members of the theold tholId th thold e
old TransHtasettri Traaut Freight F t Association Associationwhich AIIHdRt1onwhich Aasoeiatlowhich
which twenty years ace were perpetu perpetually pWJtetuaUy peryetul ¬
l ally enjoined from entering into any anycompact anyompact an ancompaet q
compact to maintain rates and K tiT7olnted y was waspointed wasPoInted
pointed cut lt that they are now violating vbiati <
that injunction The Attorney General
indicated that he had been looking Into
that aopect of the ease and wa was wascertain not notcertain ntPrtala
certain whether an action in setses contempt t tcourt of I ICourt
court would not lie Bm that would not notTrevent netI
Trevent I revent the rates takine effect June J L I
and this was the muMdfe ras NMalt t de tle
eiifd r
Allege a Conspiracy ConspiracyThe C9D8p racy racyThe
The xnwerdal rctt represonttUivos reprtaUvform rsp eseataddyds te
formed the Attorney General Ge eral that they
had evidence that this June J 1 advance adva Vutee es
IB the result of a careful plot The Therailroad Tlteral1roAt Therallroet
railroad representatives meet freqitoaUy
to agree on rates and when agree agreeurx agreed agreedfipQn agreednr
urx fipQn nr + on > n file aJ those with the Interstate tte Com Commerce C Conmern IfI IfImere8 ¬
merce Ommtaston Ordinarily as soon soonas MOftB aeonas
as B they are thus th filed these rates rat arealso are arealso U8a1
a1 also 0 sent to Interested shippers for theirrotikatiss their theirroUftcatien theirrotiftetJea
roUftcatien and Information a long its itscf llat
cf r these th being < kept by each read But
in the present instance the advances advancesivere advanceere
ivere w ere not nodded to the shippers in instead luftead InFtead ¬
ftead the rates were tiled with the
Interstate CoinmisaiOR lon and in Omaha
St Joseph Jo Kansas City and othercltles other othercities
cities not a copy of the thenoft notification notificationcould notl6eationtuld fiction fictioncould
could be found save in the possession ofsome of oftome ofsome
some railroad and that was not ac ccsibk acI
< sibk iblc ib > The result of this unusual unusualprocedure unusualproc unusualprocedure
procedure proc ure was that it was near themiddle th thmiddle the themIddle
middle of May before the shipping pub ¬
lic learned what wa was really the signifcane signifi significance slgnlncan ¬
cane can e of these rates filed on May 1 in
Washington and intended to take et effect el elfeet etfect
fect June 1 L 1 Then It required quick quickaction quickaction quickaction
action to organize 0 D1 any effective protestAttorney protest protestAttorney protestAttorney
Attorney General Impressed ImpressedThe
The Attorney General was much im impressed impressed impressed ¬
pressed with the testimony about theconspiracy the theconspiracy theConlphacy
conspiracy of silence to prevent the thechipping thesh theshipping
chipping sh ppi public knowing about the newrates new newrates
rates until it should be too late to at attack attack attack ¬
tack and enjoin them themThe tbemThe themThe
The petitioners assured him thatthere that i
there was no doubt that tb the railroads I Ihad
had determined by this series of ad adI adIanc ¬
vances anc to get et their rates h high in InbUl an ani anit1fIpaUon
tt tKipation Ipatlon of the
new railroad railroadh bill pro ro ¬
viding Jdl the Interstate Commission with I
power power powerfto fto to suspend advances and kee keeWEATHER keep
them from rem going lng Into elr effect < t till they the
may ma be Ine Investigated tl ed and found
5 sonable sonableWEATHER a bIe bIeWEATHER
There will be showers tonight in n the
eastern lower lake region the northern
portion of the Mlddl Middle AtfaStte AtJanUe States St2J
and in New England continuing Wed
nedy n < ln the tn latter tter district trtet There Theretrill
Tim U1 also be local 1 < a showers ho tonight or or
Wednesday edne da in the East Gulf States StatesS Stat08TBXPERATtntE
S a a m 5 iii + 2
9 a a m 5S3 S3
10 a JH 57 57SB
11 a a m II
12 noon SB SBCO
1 1 p m fir firpm
2 p Po pm m CO
3 p ra m1 t I IB tfiSUN 11SUN
Fun rises r1eesSunsets 431 4 B
Sun Sunsets sets 730 730TIDE 738TIDE
Today TcaYHlIIh Ta High tide IM I = a in m and 123 1
P m row Low tide 731 7 a m and fib p m
TomorrowHJa Tomorrow Hik tide XM a ra and a ap
232 p m Low tide 8fl 111 a m an and d
HARPERS FERRY W Vs May Mayslightly 11
1 IMoeasc very muddy and SbehaJtdoah h
slightly cloudy cloud this morning morningDoor mornmgDoora morningDoors
Door iJ4Inch Thick St5o 150 Apiece
Frank Llbtoey Co 8th NY N F Ave
Government Employe oi oiGrand ov ovGrand onGrand t
Grand Jury May Invalidate Invalidatethe I Ithe
the Indictment IridictmentACCUSED IrldictmentACCUSED IndictmentCCUSED
More M ore Than 100000 of the George Georgetown Georgetown Georgetown ¬
town Building Concern IsAlso Is IsAlso IsAlso
Also MissingBecause Missing MissingBecause MissingBecaue 1
Because of o the alleged aUe presence of ofwatchman a awatchman awatchman
watchman employed in the office files of he trioUnited he heUnited
United States marshal upon the grand grandjury grandury
jury j ury which returned one of the Indict Indictments Indictents ¬
ments m ents against John Parton Miller the theformer tteformer Vieformer
former secretarytreasurer of the First FirstCooperative FirstCooPOIttve Firstooperative
Cooperative C Building Association of ofGeorgetown o oGeorgetown
Georgetown Geo own accused ed of having havln embez embezzled cmbezzled omlTezzled ¬
zled more than HM600 1I OO he may escape escapeprosecution eecapePro escapeproFeCUtiOfl i
prosecution Pro ocutlon on the indictment whichcharges which whichcharges wblchl1uuges
charges him with having destroyed or orBe or1I orae
Be 1I ret retel the booksof books or the defunct cor corporation corpOration corpouatSon ¬
poration porationMiller pOrationMiller pouatSonMiller
Miller was put on trial today to8 In Crim Criminal CrimInal Criminal ¬
inal Court No J but before the jury jurywas I 1 1was
was w summoned Henry E Davis DtL his hiscounsel hiscounHI hisounsel
counsel c who with Attorney John Laskey Las Laskey LaI
key is conducting oondu < tlu the case presented presentedto
to the court the facts concerning the thepresence thenresonco theresence I 1
presence p resence of a Government Goveraa + ent employe ontrio on onthe onthe i
the grand jury and aeked that the indictment in indictment indictment ¬
dictment returned by that grand Jury be bedismlsped bedlamad bedismleeed
dismlsped Justice Stafford allowed the theplea thePJoe theplea
plea to be filed and will set a date to tohoar tohQrlt
hoar hQrlt it it
Precedent Relied On OnMr OnMr OnMr
Mr Davis action follows closely clo the thedelivery thodelivery thedelivery
delivery of the opinion by Justice Gould Gouldabout GouJdabout Gouldabout
about ten days ago by which Theodore TheodoreH
H Price socalled the Xew York Cotton CottonKing CottonKing CottonKing
King was relieved reJlev frem prosecution un under user ¬
der d er the Cotton Leak cam indictments lndletmeawl lndletmeawlof indictmentsof I Iof
of IMS on the ground that one of the themembers themembers
members of the grand jury returning thendictment the
Indictment I was an employe of the Wash 1Va tt ¬
ington Navy Yard YardThe YanlThe YardThe
The trial of John Barton Miller to ¬
days daysH88lon session of which was taken up I IJrgely
largely in the selection of jurors will willlast willi williI8t willleaf t
last it is thought until June 17 17Miller IiMiller
Miller was arrested more than a yearago year yearago yearago I
ago at the time of the collapse e of theFirst the
First Cooperative Building Association Associationof
of o Georgetown At that time few of ofthe ofthe
the funds belonging to o the concern were I
found and when William E Ambrosewho Ambrose Ambrosewho e ewho
who was appointed receiver took charge chargeof I Iof
of the corporations attain he declared l I
that none of the books or records of the theconcern theooncern thednoncern
concern could be found foundPtaalty tOUDClPwaalty
Ptaalty If Convicted ConvictedThis ConviatedT
This T led tA MtUeyOs xtI tadtetMe ea th thcharge tcharge the thecharge
charge of destroying the tIt records roo for forwhich or orwhlck
which the penalty p under the District law lawte lawK lawSe
te about seven years yearsMiller veIW veIWOller
Miller withdrew withdr w Ida plea ef not guilty g guil llty ty I
today and substituted therefor the thefor plea
for the dismissal dlllm of the indictment on onthe ORthe onthe
the ground that it is invalid invalidThe invalidThe valid validThe I
The other indictment against Miller Millercharge Jlleebare Mti Mticharge er
charge that he misappropriated approxi approximately approxImat8lJ approximateiy ¬
mately ttSf l1OO
FOR AX TO FALL FALLEightyfive FALLEightyfive
Eightyfive Employes Come Cometo I Ito
to Work VI ark Knowing End EndIs EndIs EndIs
ARE ISSUED TODAYReinstatement TODAY TODAYReinstatement TODAYReinstatement
Reinstatement in Other Depart Departments Departments Departments
ments Is Promise Made to toMany 19 t tMany <
Many by Officials OfficialsEightyfive OfficialsEfshtfhQ OfficialsEightylive
Eightyfive employes of the e United TJaltedStates U UnitedStates lted ltedStates
States Treasury Department ware ready readytoday redytoday readytoday
today for the word rd relieving them oftheir of oftheir oftheir
their duties at 430 oclock tWs tM after afternoon att attno afternoon ¬
noonThe noon noonThe no m mThe
The official order contains no mention mentionof don donof
of the fact that t se s clerks are beta betalot brag braglet I
lot out by b the Government It merely mareirreads
reads that beginning Wednesday June 1
1 they will go on the annual vacation vacationof vaea Oft Oftot
of thirty days daysOf daysOf
Of the eightyfive all but ate or seven sevenemployes sevenemployee eVMl I
employee in the office of the Collector Collectorof
of Internal lnter 1 Revenue have been notified notinedThese notifiedThese
These e latter expect to receive ROdAed1 notice noticeshortly MtIceshortly nikeshortly
shortly before 4 4J M oclock The em employes empic emploas ¬
ployes pic ploas already noitled no + Aoyl include thirty thirtytwo tit rty rtytwo
two clerks in the off 01 ce of M 0 0al Ctuutee Ctuuteeauditor Cttaaoeauditor thrtyI
auditor al ltor for the Postoffice Department DepartmentOf
Of these e there is a possibility but little I
probability of theta befog reln reinstated tted In insome
some other branch of the Government GoventMeDtat I I 1
at a later date dataHave dateHave
Have Good Records RecordThe RecordsThe RecordsThe i
The remaining rema number are employed employedin I
in the issue division and Include opera operatives operatives I It1
tives t1 separators feeders counters and andpressmen j jpressmen ipre
pressmen pre emen These latter employee are allsaid all 11 i isaid Iaid
said to have good records and are be1 be1ing be belog be beleg
log let out not because of ace but butCAuse be because because
cause of c changes in the system of work workThe workThe 1 1The
The whole eightyfive eJ a have been doingwork doing doingwork I Iwork
work the supervision of which 11ich has been beentransferred beentransierred beentransferred < i
transferred to the Bureau of Engraving En ravmtland Engravingand i iand i
and Printing and with the exception ofthe of oftoe oftbe j
toe thirtytwo in Mr Chances office it itis ithi
is claimed will be taken care of by t
Director Ralph of the bureau as soonas soon soonas I
as vacancies occur Instead of filling fillingsuch ftlltDgBuoh fillingsuch f
such vacancies caJlete from the list of eligible eligibleobtained eU eligiblesobtained bIW bIWobtaIMd
obtained by competitive examinations exa mhnatloss mhnatlossthe i ithe I
the former employee eaaplo of the Treasury TreasuryDepartment urr urrDeptlrtment
Department it is promised will be given giventhe gtventhe
the places
Cause Assigned AssignedThe Astl gned gnedThe
The reason for getting rid of the thethirtytwo thethlrtytvO thethirtytwo
thirtytwo clerks in Mr Chances office officeis
is that where tat th < work has h been be done donehy deRehy densby
hy band it is nc1 now done by machinery
The clerks let out it is claimed are anable wn 111I 111Iable
able to maniiMiiate e the machine mach machOr machttesOt
Of the pres 1CeLAI m who are let fttt t ksaid It is issaid isakI
said that with tie tJJ e exception o of f us e MIe e ebly or orsiMy orOINIfbl
OINIfbl siMy bly two tWf all will 111 be trap g forte at ate a ae t
tho e Government Printing Prta Office Office autn d fca fcatere 1aot 1aotere besore
ere the expiration + ilia of their thirty days daysJeave dayslevee 1
JeMIeS levee JeaveSome leveeSome
Some S me of those who cannot be fovnd fOtlDdt f fpermanent i ipermanent
permanent t positions p in the departments depart depILrtmentIJn men te tewill
will n be taken en L qtr T of in temporary po positions pogftions ¬
sitions in the Census us Bureau By the thetime 1 1time
time then work w ork < is done there It t is isclaimed I
claimed work wo t they are fitted to rrform perte pertewill perform performwill I
will l have been found for them in n other otherdepartments otherdepartJIMDb otherdepartments
departments to the heads If f which whichPresident i iPre
President Pre Tart has sent individual apeels a apeals ap
peals to oare for all el clerks arks let outcase out outcase Sn i
case work can be found for them II IIcaN
Mayor Waxes Enthusiastic Listening to Aviators Ac Account Account Account ¬
count of AlbanyNew York Flight FlightReady Ready for Longer LongerIntercity LongerIntercity LongerIntercity
Intercity Trips Now Projected
NBW N w YORK May N 3L atGlenn Glenn H H Cur Curties Curti Curties
ties s here ber of the AlbanyNew York aero aeroplane aeroplaDe aeroplane ¬
plane flight called caI on Mayor Gaynor G nor by byinvitation b bInvitation byinvitation
invitation today to receive ate II honors honorscongratulations honorsco honorscongratulations
congratulations co alulatkHus The mayor was highly highlyenthusiastic highlyenthu highlyenthusiastic
enthusiastic enthusiasticYou enthu enthusiasticYou laatic laaticYou
You are a great man Mr r Curtiss Curttessaid Curtisssaid Curtisssaid
said the mayor Your feat of Sundaywill Sunday Sundaywill
will 111 make history If I were a youngernian younger youngerman youDgerman
man I should like nothing better than to tomake tomake tomake
make a trip in your aeroplane with you youas youas
as the aviator from here to Zanzibar ZanzibarCurtis ZanzibarCurtis r rCurtis
Curtis will tll be the guest of honor at an anaviation anaiation anaviation
aviation dinner this evening at the Hotel HotelAstor HotelAstor HotelAstor
Astor given by the NewYork New York World WorldHe WorldHe YorldHe
He has no Immediate plans plan for further furtheraerial furtheraerial furtheraerial
aerial exploits The World rorJd and a CMcago Chi Chicago Chicago ¬
cago paper are holding conferences by bywire bywire bywire
wire as to the mutual offer of a large largeprize larseprIze largeprize
prize for a flight from city to city and anda
a similar proposition is s being talked of ofbetween orbetween ofbetween
between Washington VuJbin on and New York Yorknewspapers Yorknewspapers
newspapers Beyond saying that he willattempt will willattempt 111 I
attempt any fil flight ht that seems to himwithin him himwithin
within the capability of f his machine machineiS machineMRS machineMRS
Woman on Trial for Murder MurderDeclares IVlurderDeclares MurderDeclares
Declares Her Statements StatementsMisinterpreted StatementsMisinterpreted StatementsMisinterpreted
Misinterpreted MisinterpretedST
ST LOUIS May 31 31OIJ I will convince convincethe convincetlte convincethe
I the Jury myself that I am Innocent declared de declared decJated ¬
clared Mrs 21r Mrs Dora E Doxey on trial for forthe torthe
the murder of William J Erder her al alleged alleel allaced ¬
laced bigamist t husband for his insur insurance Insurance insurance ¬
ance today The wrong Interpretation Interpretationhas
has been put upon statements I made madeand madeand madeand
and I have been misjudged misjudgedIR
IR this she referred to the testimony testimonyof
of the Rev Samuel Harkness of Colum Columbus Columbus ¬
bus Neb who said on the stand that thattwo thattwo thattwo
two days before Erdor died he was told toldby toldb toldby
by b the defendant than that she expectedmoney expected expectedmoney expectedmone
money mone soon soonThe soonThe
The State today announced that the therosecutkm thepro theprosecution
prosecution pro would be closed by b the ca call callIng callInJ 1 1Ing
Ing of witnesses eti to tell of the chemical chemicalanalysis chemicalanalysis chemicalanalysis
analysis of Erders body after exhuma exhumation exhumatlon exhumation ¬
tion tlonThe
tionThe The chief interest t however wever lies In hi the tbetestimony thetestimony thetestimony
testimony ef Mrs Doxey Doxe
Curtiss would not comment OB the pro proposed proposed ¬
posed contests contestsCurtiee oonte contestsCurtiss UJ UJCurtl
Curtiee s has christened chrl teJMd his et machine machineThe 1IIc1ineT1Ie In InThe e
The Hudson Flyer Tomorrow be witvisit will willvisit ill 1 I Ivhdt
visit the aviation field at Mtneoia L I L Iwhere
where Captain Baldwin BaJ wlft Clifford B Har liarThen
men and Joe Seymour mour are learning learningAy to tofly tofty o
fly their three types of biplanes hlplan biplanesBald biplanesBaldwin
win Farman and Curtiss CurtINIdea CurtissIdea BaId1
Idea Delights Chicago ChicagoCHICAGO ChicagoCHICAGO i
CHICAGO May XLChicago enthusi enthusiast enthusiastts ¬
as astts ast are ready to do their part toward towarda to ard arda art arta
a New York to Chicago aeroplane Sight SightThey ftlg flightThey t I
They believe a 35100 3E 36000 purse can easily eU b braised be beraised e
raised raisedThe raisedThe raisedThe
The money can ca be raised ri without an aneffort any anyeffort anyeffort y
effort said E K E Herbert president of ofthe o othe f I Ithe
the Illinois Aeroplane Club Business Businessmen Bu Bust Bustmen tne s smen i
men are ready to pledge a large pro proportion ptoportion proportion ¬
portion of the purse for advertising th thrace the therace therace e
race would give Chicago and the crowds crowdsthat crowdsthat crowdthat s
that would be attracted to the city cityONE cityONE I IONE
Estrada Forces Destroy At Attacking Atf Attacking
f tacking Party and Plan PlanOffensive PlanOffensIve PlanOffensive
Offensive Policy PolicyPORT PolicyPORT
PORT LJMON May MR 31 31Dlspatches 31Dispatchesreceived Dispatches Dispatchesreceived I Ireceived
received 111re pure say that more than 100 100soldiers 100soldIers 100soldiers
soldiers in the army of MadrIz were werekilled werekUled werekilled
killed in a fruitless assault en Blue Bluefields Blileftflds
fields today todayProvisional toda todaProvisional todayProvisional
Provisional President Estrada it is isi
i declared has ordered an attack to
drive the regular froo troops r rof f3nt trdm frdm the
eastern coast regularwroopa chan ng tit the defens ve
for an offensive po policy cy The situation
of the Madriz army Is now believed to
be serious serlouLHEAD
LIMOGES Prance May M The 3L head headof headot headof
of Joseph Bernardu was today todP Intro Introduced Introduced Introduced ¬
duced as an exhibit in the trial oC Louis
Lavillangue in an effort to show 8 that
Earnardu died from a fractured l rkutlresulting skull skullresulting kulllcsulUng
resulting from a blow frew r 1 L IvfsyJHRUsuel f1lttlgue n llbUe llbUeJ
Utterances at New York YorkBanquet i iBanquet
Banquet May Ma f Cause CauseEnvoy CauseEnvoy CauseEnvoy
Envoy Regret RegretREFERS RegretREFERS RegretREFERS
Credited With Having CommittedSad Committed CommittedSad CommittedSad
Sad Breach of Diplomatic DiplomaticEtiquet DiplomaticEtiquet DiplomaticEti9uet
Etiquet EtiquetBy
If Herman de Lagercrantn T E and andM andP andM
M P the Initials signifying that he isthe is isthe iiiUte
the Swedish minister to the United UnitedStates I IStates
States said what hat the newspapers say I
he said about Mayor Gaynor in NewYork New
York last night he may regret it for forthe forthe I
the rest of 8 r his II life lifeWhether liCeW lifeWhether
Whether W ether or Mt ot h he is given ample ampleopportunity ampleopportunity ampleopportunity
opportunity to reflect on the th evils of ofgarrulity otgarrulity ofgarrulity
garrulity in a town where th the news newspaper i
paper r reporters report are w wtlhawake eawake will willdepend willdepend
depend on whether the Department 11111 c cstate cState cState
state is kindly and forgiving or in indignant IndJnnt
dignant and insistent jRlilt tent that diplomatic diplomaticetUraet
etUraet be observed observedI ob enedlr I
Mr Lagercrantr La ercnniz according acco lag to the thenewspaper thenewspaper
newspaper dispatches dlapatc ea arose to his fe f feet feetlast t tlast I I1a
last night and saW that the Swedish Swedishsinging Swedishsinging I Il
singing l societies eclet which bad given Iven a 1
banquet and heard a speeek from Gay a Gaynor J Jnor
nor had 4 heard from our future Presi President PrMidenL President ¬
dent He did not say much in length lengthbut lengthbut
but inspired In to prophecy by the bril brilliancy brllIlaJIcy brilh ¬
liancy h aney of the scene the glitter of cut cu cutglass
glass the snowy whiteness Wbtt of ttne dam damask JR JRuk
ask the strains of sweet music C and that tbatair thatair
air of comfort which rests upon any anyroom anyroom
room filled with neetfooted waiters he hefollowed netollowed befollowed
followed Mayor Gaynor and said saidWe 1IkidWe
We have heard from our present presentPresident presentPr presentPresident
President Pr lwe we have heard from our past paatPrMIdeR
President PrMIdeR and tonigsit you have beard beardfrom beanlfrom beardfrom
from eat future President PresidentApplause P PApplause PresidentApplause
Applause Elicited ElicitedHaving ElicitedHa ElicitedHaving
Having Ha riD in these few well chosen re remarks re remarks ¬
marks nominated tM elected and Inaugu inaugarated Inaugurated 111rated ¬
rated Mr Ji Gaynor Gq President of the theUnited theUaltd
United States Stat Mr Lagercrantx tz sat satdown atdowa satdown
down la his chair e amId a a burs of ap applaimo apptaH appia
pia plaimo plaimoIt t se seIt
It is known to those who affect affectdiplomacy aJreetto
diplomacy to thane wfeo earry abeut abeutwith abiwith
with tbom UM secrets of the nations natiman JllLt14 M MaDd
an aDd te tftMM WIle df daIlY y wttk worM worMsneiciag waiisNaktng
sneiciag Wdaga ayslMrles an wNaee wNaeeUlat vtsr < M Me and grace gracethat rep repthat
that no niyresjtnUtlTe of a foreign cons country constry ¬
try is supposed te come to the United UnitedState UIdtMStat eouaI
State and mix i Ja the bottteg 1 pot ef efpolities ofIn r rOItUe
polities politiesIn p In
In fact t the supposition aupf + oitins fe is just thep the theother theother
other way There are too many hard hanlworkiDg
working and deserving stump speakers speakersI speakersalways
always al looking for a job there are too toomany tooDULrty toomany
many nativeborn Dt1ve om and Ai A Americanized AmericanizedCiceros erieanlxed It8CleaabedCteeroc erieanlxedCiceros
Ciceros to permit of foreign diplomats matshogging
hogging the privilege of booming future futurePresidents l futurePresidents ture
Presidents PresidentsIn Pre klents klentsIn
In the good and golden oken days of okL okLrepresentatives 01eLrettrOltOMatkN old oldreprosentatives
representatives of foreign countries have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been preeentod with their tickets tlcJl back backto
to Europe EuI8 and have not D t been be ft providedwith provided providedwith proided1th
with 1th the return fare fanand and they received receivedthis reeel receivedthis ed edUlt
this emphatic attention for speaking eak
their minds In n regard to the political politicalaffairs polltJ politicalatfalrs 1 1trains
affairs of the United States Such a athing atblnr athing
thing has h happened na ppened more than once It Itwas ItfV1iM Itwas
was regretted bv the State Department Departmentand Departmentand t tand
and by It the gentlemen who felt obliged obligedto
to co back homebut It was done with witha
a fine disregard diMe rd for nersoaal ne feelings feel and anda
a strict kt construction of rule No Nooernl IBS IBSjrovernimr 116governing
jrovernimr governing oernl the customs cu toms of diplomats diplomatsBarred diplomatsBarred
Barred From Politics PoliticsDiplomats PoliticsDiplomats
Diplomats may drink tea teil attend re receptions re receptions ¬
ceptions juggle jn blsr secrets and heed heedthe heedthe heedthe
the rumble of distant drutne drunwbut tout they theymay theyMaY theymay
may not carry wards and elect Fred Presidents Freddents ¬
dents They may break the automobile automobilespfeed automobilespeed
speed s laws but they may not run herds herdsof herdol
of candidates into the White hlte Hous
At the State Department today therewaa there therewas thers1as
was an air of settled melancholy when whenthe
the utterance of the envoy extraordin extraordinary traorcUaary
ary and minister plenipotentiary from
Sweden was mentioned The atmosphere atmospherewas
was not strictly funereal but it was wasconstructively waJIcocstructtYely wascocstructlvely
constructively sad There was no crepe
in evidence but it might have been en entirely entirely ¬
tirely possible P that a covey of gravediggers grave gravedifrgers graved
diggers d gers was secreted in the basement basementIn
In other words the th Secretary etary of State
d his assistants have h ve not yet decided decidedwhether decidedwhether deededwhether
whether they will ill ask for the recall recallof recallof
of Mr Lagercrantz If they do ask
for it they will get it according ti tithose to tothose
those sacred precedents which have
been made in dealing with other diplo diplomats diplomats
mats who became too talkative
It is regarded as a maxim among g the thediplomats thediplomats th thdiplomats e
diplomats and over the teacups that thatconversation thatconversation thatconversation
conversation conversation at banquets Is 1 a dangerous dangerousthing datlS9rOUSthins
thing thingDOCTORS thingDOCTORS
Physicians phy idans at the Emergency Hos Hospital Hospital Hoepttal ¬
pital today regard the condition of twoyearold two twoyearold tvOear01d
yearold Yotta Weiner of o tit Fourand Fourandahalf Fourandahalf
ahalf street whose feet were cut off o oat ff
at the ankles by the wheels of a street streetcar streetcar
car in front of her home yesterday yesterdayfavorablean as asfavorable asfavorable
favorablean favorable as could be expected and under underthe underthe et etthe
the circumstances
Succumbs S 1 umbs to Apoplexy II J1
Former Treasurer of United States Stricken t triCken Suddenly Dies I h K New w York Yerkt I I i
Police in Old Countries CountriesArjest CountriesAsked CountriesAsked
Asked to A Arrest est lanitpr lanitprLOLISVTIAE LU1itQrJoseph I anitor
Joseph a ndn 5 ng ngLOLIZVILLS g gLOL
LOLISVTIAE LOL 15ILLE Ky May 31 3IA A world worldwide vOrIdwide worldwide ¬
wide hunt for f r Joseph Weadlinc WeDdI the thetwejrtyeevenyearoid thetweMYevellYeoI4 thetwistyeeyenyeaold
twejrtyeevenyearoid church d utuh Janitor Janitorbelieved janitorbelieved
believed 1 by the police to hold the key keyto keyto
to the mystery surrounding the murder murderof mGnIco murderof
of o eightyearold eilhty okl Alma KeHner KeH ec hasbeen has hasbe hsbe
be been i begun The family offered a re reward re reward roward ¬
ward of SUM for the mans ns arre arrest t to today today ¬
day i
dayEvery Every city m th tAt United States Stat wasfurnished was wasfurnished waaitllml i
tllml furnished hed with a detailed description descriptions don
of Wendtmc who disappeared d ed on Janu January Jaauarv ¬
ary 14 after a ter the search ell for the girt girthad inhM girthad
had been directed near the church churchwhere churchwhere I Iitere
where her body Bod was found yesterday ye8tenayThe yesterdayTha
Tha police of foreign for capitate as wren wrenwere w al alwe U Uwere
were loaded and in Paris nartii particularly particularlywill rticuIarlywill uiarly uiarlywill
will the search be directed Prefect PrefectLeoiae PrefectLeDl PrefectLouise
Louise LeDl e the famous h hEAd d of th tb Parisforce Paris Parisforce Parist01ee
force has htI been n asked to put his crack crackmen crackmen
men mn on the easeChle ease easeChief I IChief
Chief of eDtectives Carney and Cor Coroner Coroner ¬ t
oner O Duncan today went to St JohasChurch Johns JohnsChurch T oha ohaChurch
Church In the cellar of whose parochial parochialschool lOChlaltKhool parochialschool
school the childs body was ras found and andmade andmade
made a close examination of the fur furnace ntIIace furnace ¬ I
nace in an effort to find traces of a aburnt a1MIrnt aburnt
burnt body Without any evidence from frorathe rein reinthe
the furnace however the police declare declarethat declarethat 1 i ithat
that the state of the body proves suchan such suchAn i ian
an attempt to dispose di po of It beyonddoubt beyond beyonddoubt beeftdu >
doubtMrs doubt u I
Mrs Lena Wandling wife te of the miss miseI miseto6 j
bag man today toda was subjected to thethird the thethird I
third degree de ree < Close questioning que bow bowever boweveI however
ever failed to shake her first story materially ma materially materially t
terially she s e still > maintaining that the thegirls thegirls thegirls
girls gold ring and piA found in herpoeeesion her herpofcsesion herpowte8Ion
pofcsesion was given l t her by a boy who whofound whofound i
found it on the street streetThe streetThe I IThe i
The Rev Father Fat er George Schulman Schulmanwhose Schulmanwho Schulmanwhose
whose e housekeeper the woman has beendeclred beendeclared been beendeclared
declared today that he could throw no nolight nolight nolight
light on the mystery at all He is suffering 81 81ferlag nut ¬
fering front shock as the result of the thetragedys thetraged thetragedys
tragedys traged disclosureMrs disclosure disclosureXrs
Xrs Weodling was arraigned in citycourt city citycourt cltycourt
court today toda and her ease was postponed postponedto po8tpe po8tpeto
to June S 8 She denied in eourt that thateither tstateither ttMtlth
either lth r she 51 or her husband knew any anything aaythip anything ¬
thing thip of the murder murderFRIEND murderFRIEt
CINCINNATI May Ma 31 Mother MotherJones MotherTones MotherJones
Jones known as the t Angel of Miners Minersis Miners MinersIs
is ill at a hotel here a victim of nervous nervousprostration netovsprostratten nervousprostration
What May MayWe We W e Expect ExpectWhen
When The Times began Its campaign for cheaper gas and regula regulation regulation regulation ¬
tion of the gas b companies four years ago gas sold soldln in Washington for
1 per thousand cubic feet feetGas
Gas now sells in Washington for 90 cents per thousand cubic feetWhen feet feetWhen
When Vb en The Times began its campaign the gas companies were try trying tryi trylug ¬
i ing to manipulate a scheme to double their capitalization capitalizationThis
j I This effort has as been defeated defeatedThe defeatedI
I The House District Committee has reported to the House a bill reducing re reducing reducing ¬
ducing the price of gas to SO cents and a resolution prohibiting in increase Increase increase ¬
crease crease in capitalization without consent of Congress CongressThe CongressThe
The price of gas should be not more than SO centsThe cents cantsThe centsThe
The gas companies should not be permitted to increase their capitalization cap capitalization capitalization ¬
italization as they now contemplate contemplateIs
Is Congress going to give the people of the District Distri t of Columbia ColumbiaSOcent
SOcent gas and a fair deal deaUn in n gas capitalization capitalizationt
Former Treasurer of the theUnitegd theUai theUnited
United Uai d States StatesBefore t tBefore Stata
> 3 J
Before Midnigliit Midnigliit2TCW Midnt ht htiEW
I Iapoplexy
2TCW 0 y YORK Mss 2L9tricke 3l ettlckenapoplexy wind
apoplexy j just st before ore mHmlght t Charles CbaaiMHeDQ CharlesLeary i iHenry
Henry Treat from f s me 120 until last Sep September SeltI Soptenber ¬ I
tember < Treasurer of the United Unit tSaies tSaiesdied t tSst tSstdied t
died today in the Victoria Hotel without withoutregaining withoutregaining i irepJabc
regaining consciousness His wife and andtwo i itwo I itwo
two daughter were with him Hesixtyeight He H w was wassixtyeight Was i
sixtyeight years ean old oldTFeat oldTreat I I
Treat was born In Frankfort lie and andhis I
his ancestors were were closely WenOtted III Rw < with withthe withthe tth i
the history of New England EnglandOn p pOn I
On leaving college coI1e be entered Us Iftbera
fathers office Later he went to Dell I Iware
ware at the invitation of MteOldDomtetoa fMOId fMOIdeoIDpeay the0 the0steamship WDotsitba
steamship company which was develop developtag i
tat a Hue of steamers and railroad railroadsbuild to tobuild
build some factories that would wouldthe 11I enlarge tm > t + rSc I IUte
the business and open up the ootmtry CIOUIatryi oouotryHe
He established large factories at Frank Frankfort Fnutkfort Freakfort ¬
fort and Georgetown GtIOI towD DeL which be be belR
came lR the heathen aMuwfectorietf aaaulrctor1eufruit el elfruit d > f
fruit packages butter plates plat and fancy faDe faacthreeply y I Ithreeply
threeply goods of the State Stt and which whichbad w whichhad
had a market all over the wornBy world worldBy worWBer1tfJe I
By heritage of many IIY generations eaentdoDs eneradosswas he hewas bewas
was a Democrat but b in his young < man manhood JDaJIhoo4l manhood ¬
hood he asandooed a 1nMd the faith of Ms tore toretatber8 forefather
fathers and became an ardent RepabI RepabHts Repo Repolit b
Itean I lit
His H Hganiaitta ais power of oratory and gift of or orpatatlon
ganteation cave him great mUoence lndetettcepolitics 1D1l in inpolltic8
politics while hUe he lived in Delaware In Inhe I n
OK he was elected a delegate atto at large largeto i
to the Republican R national convention conventionat craved cravedat oa oat oaHta
at Chicago
Hte b prominence in the Chicago Chicagovention con convention COBV8ftUon confor
vention won him tfc the nomination nominationfor
for Congress COI1 from hi bornetrict home bCNIMtrict sib
trict in Delaware Iware and he subsequeatlcame subsequently subsequentlycame subsequentlyU y
came within two votes of hta being m mUnited made 1
U United ed States Senator ero eroEARTH from that State
Telegraph Confirms Records Recordsof S Sof
of Seismographic Instruments Instru Instruments Instruments ¬
ments in Capital CapitalEarthquake CapitalEarth4Iuake CapitalEarthquake
Earthquake shocks w war re recorded cordedthe on onthe Oftthe
the seismograph I at tbe Weather Bu Bureau Bure 3 3reau ¬
reau re u this morning J OmIn the vibrations vibrationstinning con continuing COfttlnulnt ¬
tinning for more than an hour and
indicating a tremor t tremor r of unusual unuauallnte intensity Sntensit tty
thought to o be in lower California CtaliforntaThe or L i
Mexico MexicoThe M
The be first shock
was v wasminute recorded one oneminute oneminute ft
minute and twentysix twuty tx seconds see ads after aftermidnight aftermldnlftt aft aftmidnight er P
midnight and continued until after afteroclock 1
oclock There Therei Therewas was a series of shocks ahoc
the first preliminary i tremor of the theve t1 i
needles beginning at the time stet stated e C Cand
and the second five ve minutes and tw twseconds twenty eflt q
seconds 7ater 7aterThe aterThe LterThe
The officers officers of the Coast and Geodetic G
Survey Sune were Informed this morning of f
the registration of I
an earthquake on o a
the mieroeeismograph mlcr ph s at the survey ob observatory ob ¬
servatory at Cheltenham Md MdAt XdAt MdAt
At the Georgetown University Obser Observatory Olwervatory F Fvstory ¬
vatory the Rev Father Torndorf fou found d
instruments ln tnlmenb under u r his charge had hadcorded hadcorded re recorded > ¬
corded the disturbance At neither tbe ti e
Government G vernmeat observatories nor the theverd tsar university umnrsiLr i ¬
versity verd y has any further information tsare re regardln re resardtso r rgardlsg e
gardln the earthquake been received receivedMexico receivedMexico receivedMexico
Mexico City Stricken StrickonMEXICO StrickenMEXICO StrickenMEXICO
MEXICO CITY Hay X tLStignt t abode aboebere shodwere abodewere
were ere reported today from t nearby aeadt points porn pointsejlewtng b
ejlewtng < a njnetyceeoad ety srtbgQ srtbgQwhich eardjqueJte ualtG ualtGna e e
which eboOk the city lsnet laths doing SO na M
1 danws d damage however The lower classes are re
in panic panicI 1
Rule ule Egypt With Iron Hand Handor
or r Get Out Roose Roosevelts RooSveIts Roosevelts ¬
Criticism of Policy Startles Audi Audience AudieaceFreedom AudienceFreedom ¬
ence eaceFreedom Freedom of City Ten Tendered iORdered ea eadered ¬
dered by Lord Mayor MayorLOXDON 1r1ayocLOrDO MayorWXDON
LOXDON May ILwttia Wttfc ceovendooal ceovendooalporno osevndeaMpomp ydoul ydoulOIDD
porno that turned th tM sink ha isjto apsaeaat a apaceanc 3TbfodoR
paceanc Theodore a Roosevelt BDla k w WM c todaYpresented today todaymaUr 1IMaYwtda
presented with be f freedom eC Ute city dtyof cityof
of London ad his Yt at 1IIIdae fsrr fsrrmatiy fw fwmall
maUr mall began lMcaaTwelYe beganTwelve ageTi ageTiTwelve
Twelve hundred of tl Ute e fere f foremost o < per pereoas perfIOft5 pereons
eons of London witnessed ti Ute e cere ceremonies CaeJ ceremonies ¬
monies J IW at the OtdMhan the sueste in invited 1 1vlte Invited ¬
vited including the Dviw be of OMnsjigbt OMnsjigbtPrinee c + tnght tnghtPrince l lPrtDee
Prince Arthur of Connangitt Oo Oolor Ambeeoa Ambeeoalor
lor Wnltelaw Reid Ad and a many well wellknown wellknown
1 known nown AmericMH both i eh touriste a and andmembers l lmembers 1members
members of the colony here hereImil hereltU11 hereIull
Imil drfawtteic weather prevailed JIIft JIIftHd b bet betlid t tid
< Hd id not dampen th t the turfajotty of Lon LonJon Loftjon Loslor
Jon Along the street of fitP die ConnerPresidents Conner tonerPresidents
Presidents P s root roaM as w well B as In other otherparts alwrpart ahcrparts
parts of the city Amortes Amortesdisph7 Ma dace wore woredisplayed wwedaed
displayed disph7 < ed m eat xvemtdreds en endtMa and hta htadsods
dreds of Teddy TeMyooIes bean wens muwms boa boatwles t > os ospoles
poles ooIesStI
StI St4 1a Hk W WJa Wsi
la his G lAD lADftIt B aea Noland tsst
volt iutlased oscTsj i thmt Flits sowSM rate ratewish nIetllat rainwish
wish a stronger hand or Mt > sw of that thatmtrr tllatcoatI7 thatc
coatI7 coatI7It c ouu mtrr mtrrIf
ouuIf If f yo y fMh 4ed thsct yoat esRht esRhtin at tie be beBtInt
m Egypt a std d have 1Ia no noyou tlfean M beep beeprder p porder
order o trier b7 as unents Stet exit It Itoa Ifou
you y oa fed that k > at attion t mm day y tie tietJon elslisa elslisatlon
tion to stay thai tMIato i iThhJ view yrselanw lead leadto
to Meet the nsStsllsMty F o etC y + tr po poTbJa P0 P0Thin
Thin we wee the tin cotoMTs eIINIIIc tin tf MK words wordson
on o n the British govensmems goeratsesentts Ult petlcy inEgypt iaE in isEgypt
i Egypt Its I very boluses stajt manning > 4 the icedMincds thedistinguish theJd
distinguish Jd d andtooee Ilrae sad tomlsic iJ asit iJit
it did in roxponiie to a q ho 1iMr hider r that Las ieodot JAQon Lason
4 d dot on > rarely confers eo a foreigner t Jf theropriety the theproorirty tMprOfJriety
proorirty p of BoaoovesTo uttor tWaratoss uncos v were werestylo weleaoeelt weretreofr
treofr ataoAisued ataoAisuedBourdt
aoeelt serer spoke with users tell tellII tellhim
him eephaeia II aM lsnhhisd A I Lesulon Lesulona n nwMIt
wMIt a aaitttn6 e llh r rfIIl rtitsip
stylo i of ofof oeattsaey oeattsaeyQ
Q > t CnM C Ia st Stswbs Stswbsruggled
Vast crowds st stof ruggled 10 t a aicllt aiclltof sigh t
of the former Presides Pr and so great greatwas greatwarn
was the crush that the police J were com compelted comto
pelted to bar the streets about th thouun thGuildhtht
ouun a precaution sddom taken uitE Il Ilft rtsave
save ft when royalty fe the attraction attractionThrntch ttrtedoILTIMJaa attractiono
Tb Tbcaused Thrntch o anh the death of Ktae INward INwardtIu
cause caused th the abandonment ha of some of the theleatQft
features that had been planned before DelonMr beforeMr I elOIffro
Mr Booe Roosevelt = velt elt Actually b arrived to Fang EDflaM Fanglead
land the affair today was waaiw bb by no means eand jgmn jgmna >
a disappointment d POiIItMeftt to the lovers of te t tie e espectacular
spectacular spectacularGoveraai
Governed by the precedent t of eeaturee eeatur eeaturleu eMturtIe
leu b ee the munirirMU m nsirlrtal anthorities added the theDDW theaaatr
nan DDW of Theodore Roosevelt t to the roll rollof rot rotOf nlof
of honorary freemen of the city dlya a roster lGIJIewlaida
which includes the names of Iiadneal Bodney RadDeyNtboa
Wellington Hviryteoe Ltr Ltrwee teal al Glad GIadone
wee one Garibaldi D De Leaseps Gladi anI an t
Ulvasee 1 S Grant Grantj
Fle Fl e minutes before noon Mr Roo Reese Booeelt Reesevelt e ertt
velt rtt h left > ft Dorch orcbftlter ter House the dtnc reside dtncof nc ncof
of Ansbao Amoasmdor + + rdor Reid At hte sin disposal a1tbf dtspoeaiLori
th the stilledIIlled gilded ldM state deeh eoa h of Lori L LenlUror l lor
Mayor or Kr KII13 K ll a heavy vehicle manned mannedby
by flwnkis aald and outriders and sorgeous ts
with gift carving carvingTe carvingTeddy
Teddy Te y LB L London S CaSs C Hips HiaBefore RiaBeto HipsBefore
Before Beto him rode the escort of honor honorand oQvrI hOnvrand
and Sheriffs Sberl Noel oel and Ralph Slaxen
ger in their state te conches only y a atrifle a
trifle less gorgeous IOIC than the omrtpage eQidptsgeof g
of the guest uest of the day 7 7Bdorc
Before and behind clattered a squad d di
i i iron ron of mounted police All alone the e eroute
route crowds were gathered and a as Mr Mri IfR
i Roosevelt R whirled bjr he w wu s greeted greetedwith
j I with cheers cheerst
I Teddy London caita hhm taking ta the thecue theeoe
cue from Paris which refused to bail baili bailIaba
i him by his familiar famfItarThe name nameThe
The route rout lay through lOQb one of the mcer mcerof JI1 mpicturesque t1 t1pic
pic picturesque portions of J Londonby lft way wayof ws wsor
of Park LaDe Constitution Bill B Bi BI i
Caxe Walk and the embankment emt nat of tbv tbvGuildhall th
Guildhall on King street streetAbout stIMtAbout streetAbout
About the ball there was drawn TIP
a force f of IJM IJ soldiers gnarJtmj the theropes theropes theropes
ropes stretched serum the streets lead
td ing to the building Beyond were mu mutd Jft mtiE
E td thousands bo upon pea thousands tboasa1IdsoC of Lon LonI lonthe ¬
I doners with a good sprinkling ofe of ofI
I Americans AmericansAt
I At the e carriage < that bore the taonr t mt mtI
President Pr ent rolled up a cbeer that tested hatedseveral testedseveral la ted tedMTeral
several minutes minut broke out oatMassiom outMum outMansion
I Mum H Hft8e u Luncheon LttscbeoBScarcely L1RC LuncheonSeuirrely eeR eeRSearcely
Scarcely Ve leap important than the con conferring conI conferrine ¬
I ferring of the tb freedom of the city was wasthe wast wasthe
the lord mayors luncheon at the Man Mansion XanHoa dan danMina ¬
Mina House e Before the death of tK tKlate tr trJUe tltale
late King it had been determined dete tomake to tomake toJBke
make this a magnificent feast but butafter butalter butafter
after Edwards demise tile majority of ofthe ofthe urthe
the 8 invitations that bad been issued issuedwere l su I Iwere l ls
s were recalled the plans betas chaiu elaulj elauljI than < t l
1 to make the luncheon private hnteaJ ea eel or u
1 a state affairTats affair atralrI
This determination was a dfampocint disappctntTrent dl8apOClntmeat
1 I meat to those whose invkatlom wet we werecalled wetrecalled
recalled cabinet members pant an 1 1
I prearbors present tending Ieed Americans and all 11 11mellbers t
SK meorbers of the eorporatlon an1
i I many Y women womenAt WOlfteaAt
t At tIN luncheon however nosey lcr1 lcr1i
i Cromer Lord Strathcona Lord Mbsley o le
1 Lord Deshrough broucb Lord Beattekamn Bea tn tni ti
i t Bishop of London Sir Edward Edwer Orey Un UnI rev
and John Rerun BamsThe
I The calling off of the stale luncheon luncheonwas Juach luncheonwss on onwas
was in part made up however by th trip
ceremonies ceremon of conferring COBr the freedom freedomI freed
I of the city which preceded the pther gat ptherWe her herinc
inc at the Mansion Xlul loft souse JI01lHhrouchout souseThroughout ouse ouseThroughout
Throughout the day In view of th thmourning t h iI hI
I mourning for Edward every effort w was 20 20mad 2s 2smade
made to prevent ostentation o No sem sembUnce 1IembIauce
Manes of a military escort e for Mr MrKoosevoK MrKooeweIt
Roosevelt was provided sided speeches wr w erp erpcut
41ded 41dedcut
cut from the program pro am wholesale and the therecently th
1 iiN recently voted by the city corpora corporation corporattoa corporaties ¬
ties for the decoration of streets about aboutthe abouttbe aboutthe
the Guildhall was not vtittaed vtittaedThe 1ItI1IMdODIy ndifsadThe
The only addressers made were w those thostby tho thoseby e eby
by the city chamberlain SIr J C Dims Dimsdale DImsdale
dale and Mr sir Roosevelt eYeIt The ceremony ceremonywas >
was as preceded edM hy the formal gathering Phtr JIf offile of
the court of common connrtl The actual tultl tultlCPI
CPI deretaosa ciremonlos > s w e re pesformed hi th tile li 1 i i1iIcar7 ¬
henry 1iIcar7As onuryAs
As Mr Hoosevoit and Mxs Itsesevelt elt

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