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DUMBER 6739 Yesterdays Yest d ys Circulation 45854 WASHES W ASHlliGTON GTCXtf T SATURDAY EVENING JUNE 18 1D10 Sixteen Pages PRICE 02 O ONE E CENT CENTI
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CHECK FOR 1250 1250SAID 1260SAIOTO
SAID SAIOTO TO BE BOGUSCASHED BOGUS BOGUSGASHED
GASHED BY BANK BANKPolice BANKPolice
Police Searching for Alleged AllegedMember
1 Member of Gang Gan g gSwindlers of ofSwindlers ofSvindlers
Swindlers SwindlersTWO SvindlersTWO SwindlersTWO
TWO ARRESTED MEN MENHELD M MENHELD N NHELD
HELD ON SUSPICION SUSPICIONPhotograph SUSPICTONr SUSPICTONPhotoguaph SUSPICIONPhotograph
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Photograph in Rogues t Gallery GallerySaid
Said to Be That of PartyNow Party PartyNow PartyNow
Now Sought SoughtFoliowtag SoughtFbliomg SoughtFoiiowlag
Foliowtag the arrest esjriy teday of oftwo oftwo oftwo
two member DtOIn ers of a gang of aM auede4 I gd pro profcjtfbinfcl proft profeaami4nal
fcjtfbinfcl ft f l hunk swindlers MoilMll Wb 1dlers n hr detectivesfrnt detectives detectivesfrom det Ues UesiroN
from tl the Central OCnee a forged tera for checkfur check checkfor chlkfur
fur 0269 I was cashed about u oclock oclocktr oclOkttitt oclockthis
tr this w morning moni at tb the Fourteenth Street StreetSavings StreEtSaviSB StreetSavlaps
Savings Bank Fourteenth Irteench and U Uhad L6treets Ustreetg
6treets by a n aa ft for wheat the police poHcehad policehad
had been searching throughout t t the thenight th thnight thenight
night nightMarx nightlIte nightThe
The cI check k wag drawn In laYer Of A Adarx
Marx and was signed cned Francis A ABlundan ABlu ABounden
Bounden Blu 4kft Jlr lr Blundon is > < a contractorThe contractor ooatractorThe OOltrctorThe
The chock was I1Ui Indorsed A Marxand Marx Marxand Marxand
and a across the back was M also written writtenO rlthlI
O K Francis llraIN A Blundon Because Becauseof
of this tau O K th the caaMer did not ot requtrc re reQuirv reIn
Quirv In that tl > at ih the persons presenting thecn th thcMd
cMd cn k be identmod Jde iBled The forgery wanclacoycred was wasa a8 a8C11JC0Vced
a acovcred < shortly alter the men left
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Hit bank bankRogues rankRogtles k kR
Rogues R S Gallory Photograph PhotographA PhotQ rapk rapkAI
A AI photograph of Rk Rynt and Mttter M which whichWMtt whichvane hlch hlchW
vane W illi found the
in rogues r gallery was wasidentMod was1Mlit wasIdendAed
identMod 1Mlit by the t fI cashier caabJer as a IS that of the theman theman theman
man who cashed the check The Tttepolt Tttepolthat police policehave polteehave
have hat ve sent out a general alarm alar for Miller MillerAccording MillerAccording Uler UlerAccont
According Accont te the pottoe stiller and nd his hiswife hiswile hiswile
wile Marie Warier Miller known as Mme MmeMarie MmeMat1e IdrneMarie
Marie a clairvoyant have been in inAYaabJngton Inw In1Fasbinltton
AYaabJngton w since ce May 31 a at I1 1KB Four Fourteenth Fourteenth Fourteenth ¬
teenth street northwest northwestIt
It was learned DecI that afternoon that two twomen twolnfnwho twomen
men lnfnwho who aid tLey were David Simon Simonand SQnonand Simonand
and Morris Robinson R01 8OII of Chicago Ct ea and andwho andWho andwho
who were arrested as suspicious persons personsare pereonaare personaare
are accused by the police of being heiR < < implicated im implicated implicated ¬
plicated in a transaction by a which litWIUS li lit 159was + i iwas
was obtained from the t e Union Trust TrustCompany TrustCompany TrustCompany
Company Fifteenth and H streets yes yesterday ye yeter ysterJsy ¬
terday ter by means of three stolen 8tol checks checksYanteiday checky checksYewesdyr
Yanteiday y morning Simon ie alleged allegedto
to have walked into the trust company companyand companyand companyoral
and presented pre enled three travelers checks checksfor checkrior cbedmfar i
for JfiO iii each ch drawn In favor of C a man manby manby
by the name of oCGriaWoJd GriswoJd Persons pre prefAnting preEontJnc prescnUng 1 I
fAnting these checks do not have to be beidentified beidentlfted beidentified
identified and they were promptly pro aptly hon honored 1Ionoed honored ¬
ored oredSays
Says Checks Were StolenJust Stolen StrienJust StlenJ
J Just U8C after the man bad left the bank bankwith bankvjth bankwith
with the JJM 8 a private detective from fromChicago fromChiea fromChicano
Chiea Chicago o who it developed had been beenshadowing beensha beenshadowing
shadowing sha Simon and Robinson walked walkedinto walkedinto lkecl lkeclInto
into the bank Ank and said that the checks checkshad eheck8had checkshad
had been stolen from OrIs GriswoM GriswoMThe OrtavOkITbe old oldThe
The detective made m e no attempt to toarrest toarrest toarrest
arrest Simon at the time ae he said saidthe Midthe saidthe
the Byrnes and Sheridan detective detectiveagency dete detectiveagency tJ tJa
agency a fncy bad several men in the city cityand cUynd cityand
and nd that they were shadowing owing Simon Simonand Simonand Simonand
and Rooinaon so o that it would be im impossible ianIosslble hapossible ¬
possible for to them t 1 m tq t tt x leave town Later Laterthe Latrt Laterhe
the t he Detective Bureau was wa notified of oftiie oftile ofthe
tile transaction tranllact Ion but no arrests were wereiade werel
iade l acSe as an effort was being made madet
t get some clue Iue to Millers where whereat wherealouts wherealtouts ¬
alouts at outs He and his wife had both bothI
I ft the tho Fourteenth street house bou and andEC andliE
EC z nt their baggage age away
About 1 oclock this morning it t was wasdecided wasdecided
decided dN lde4I to arrest Simon and Robinson Robin Robinson Rotlwfnn ¬ i
son Miller it was expected would
r hr > r apprehended this morning He Hemanaged Hernanage4
managed to elude t > the detectives who whowere wbowre whowere I
were searching the city for him and andgoing andgnin andgong
going gnin to the Fourteenth Fourteenth Street treet Bank BankKot Bankhot Bankg
hot g it the t e check h Ck cashed cashedThe caaadTbe cashedThe
The police say IIA that Millar Simon Simonand Simonand Simonand
and Robinson Robln on are all members of the theFame thefnl thesame
Fame fnl e gang gangY pngY gangY
Y W C A CONFERENCE CONFERENCEOPENS CONFERENCEOPENS CONFERENCEOPENS
OPENS IN ASHEVILLE ASHEVILLEASHEVILCE ASHEVI ASHEVILLEASHEVILLE LE LEASHEYHIE I
ASHEVILLE N C June 18The for formal forMal forrnal ¬
mal opening o Wnin of the Southern conference conferencecf
ct the Y W T C A took place here to tocay toy touay
cay y with more no than 375 delegates e1ecate in at attendance attpndalK attendance ¬
tendance The conference will be in inbcssion aneslon inseaslon
bcssion for ten days Among D1O thoseWho those thosewho tb tbwho
who v > ll peak ak are Miss Clartesa Clali Spen Spencer SPfncere Spencer ¬
cer cere of London n England general secretary secre secretary cre cretar ¬
tary tar for th the worlds orlds committee of the
Young Womens Christian Chrt tian Association AssociationCoincident AuoetaUonColncldent AssociationCoincident
Coincident with the Y W C A see sessions H8slons ¬
Lions the convention proper of the tb tbSOuthern
Southern Y M C A students formally formallyopened formall7ned formallyopened
opened ned its meetings m Inp today with oIth more morethan JROrethan morethan
than VB in attendanceWEATHER attendance attendanceWEATHER aUen4aneeIEATHER
WEATHER REPORT REPORTWarm
Warm arm weather continues contiues throughout throughoutpractically tbmUJhoutractksJIy throughoupractically t
practically all district east eas of the theRocky tbeRocky theRocky
Rocky mountains except the theland ICpw Rag
land states and in upper Michigan Michiganwhere Miehi theMichigan Mai MaiEng an anwbere anwhere
where temperatures are near t the nor normal ROrm ROre ¬
mal m I
malThe
The e weather weath r during tonight ton and a Sun Sunday SUIIday Sunday ¬
day will oftt be generally nerall fair in n the the9tat the9tatcast Staiog Staiogcast Stat5ast a
cast < ast of the th Mississippi river except eept tha thaunsettled that thatNortheastern that1J t
1J unsettled weather Is probable probableNortheastern tile
Northeastern 1 States StalesFORECAST StatesFORECAST StatetlF
FORECAST F FOR THJp l1U DISTRICT DISTRICTFaith DISTPJCTpan DISTRICTPartly
Faith pan cteMtiy and coiKtmMd warm to tonight tonigbt tonight ¬
night and 4 Sunday SundayTBMPBRATURSS StuwlAvT SeindavTSMPERATtUtES
TBMPBRATURSS T IPEILTURES
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10 it 11 l 9 1 2 3 a a a p p p iii 1S5 IB pa isl tt mIi m m mp ter m 1 i iii iiii iiiH iii iiiSUN u i iSUI 8 77 R a ait S 1
SUN SUI TABLE TABLEBun TABLESum T ABLESuu
Bun rises rteeaSun r risesSun JiI8 I ISun
Sun selsi 8ets i
TltiE TII > Jr TABLE TABLETaday t I > r 1
T Taday i6ta Hlgk lt tide 44t 4 ft m sllktli sllktlip sfcrfUi sfcrfUip o 1 = 1 1p
p m Low tide 1137 a m a aQd t n nT liTnmerro UieS UieSp = N
p m mTomorrow
Tomorrow T oWHI uHigh High tide tide bM 5 a nw ne and
608 b 1 Ut m Ix lAW w tide 1231 a m mHARPERS JRCO asC0cDITIc
CO C0cDITIc ITIO OF THE THTIiARPERs 1 J R RDARPERS
HARPERS FERRY FP RRY TV V VJma Vs eJhe eJheBoth yt ytt 1Jrivers
t Both rivers very muddy rnui 3ind n1 ty i y
high tide t t1 morning morningWhole nrningWhole nlng nlngWhcte
Whole Windows Glazed GJ zedfQr for 125
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r y + i PIER A THE BATTERY BATTERYWhere CORNELIUS VANDERBILT VAWDERBILTChairman Y ANDERBILTWhere
Where the Roeoeveii Rowe Party Part Las4 LajwW L Chairman of Receptioa CwBsatttee CBURitteeI
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The Tb Kxiterin Xai n > t AtagtlstcYicteria August Victoria on Which tile Ptit F FFrom at tftFrom frJt
From Europe I
YOUNG AERONAUT AERONAUTCOMES AERONAUTCOMES
COMES TO GRIEF GRIEFStarts
Starts in Dirigible b bMessage to Carry CarryMessage Carr Carrliessage I
Message to Roose Roosevelt Roosevelt Roosevelt ¬
velt veltJKRSlTr veltJJCKSEY veltJERSBY
JKRSlTr CITY X x J June 1 KFras 111 1e lrrwtit lrrwtitN lc lcK I IN
N GooaaJe GoodIea a young aetonsMt a Itr ttt startedfrom started startedfrom i itroaa
from Palisades Pal Pa PaIIt t1C f ip his h Mrlcfble alripbleairship Mrlcfbleairship 1
airship today toda to sail I 4owa the tbeHadsMM tbeHadsMMand fa faand rHudalon rHudalonand
and delher a me nusssge ge e to Theodore TheodoreRoosevelt TheodoreRoosevelt
Roosevelt RooseveltUpOQ RooeeYeltUpoo RooseveltUpon
Upon rising rWIa < < to a height of M feet a asudden aeudderi
sudden 8 squall smashed the airship airshipagainst alnlblpapiNt ah ahip ahipagainst
against a roller coaster coa er structure struct and andGooAale an4Goeclale andGoodale
GooAale escaped e ped death only by diII et ctingtag ctingtagto a ato sg sgto < <
to the structure till rescued rescuedAVIATOR realCUedAVIATOR rescuedAVIATOR
AVIATOR BROOKINSAIMS BROOKINS BROOKINSAIMS I
AIMS TO GO HIGHER HIGHERINDIANAPOLIS HIGHERINDIANAPOLIS HIGHERINDIANAPOLIS
INDIANAPOLIS June 18 Walter WalterBrookins WalterBrookln Walterrookine
Brookins of Dayton Ohio twice the theworld theorld theworlds
world orld > altitude record breaker in a aWright aWright aWright
Wright biplane expected this tit afternoon afternoonto
to attempt ate to eclipse 1ip8e his mark of OSSfeet 4SI8feet OSS USteat
feet established e es abliehed late yesterday Todaymarks Today Todaymarks j
marks the clowtof close or the Wright rtgbt brothers brothersaviation brothersatatlon brothersaviation
aviation meet at the Indianapolis motor motorpeedwa motorspeedway
speedway speedwayAVIATORS peedwa peedwaAVIATORS
AVIATORS OF NOTE NOTEENTER NOTEENTER NOTEENTER
ENTER FOR MEET MEETCHICAGO MEECHICAGO VlEETCHICAGO T
CHICAGO June 18 18ThIrtYlWO Thirtytwo avi aviators aviators aviatoms ¬
ators including Glenn H CurtissChants Curtiss CurtlssCharles CurtissCurios
Charles K Hamilton J C Mars MaraCharles and andCharles a d dCharles
Charles E Willard will participate in inan Inan i n
an aero meet here July 2 3 and ac according IUIng atcording ¬
cording Ing to an announcement made ma madeday to today 10da ¬ I IAut
day da bv the Colonial Aero CHw CHwAutomobile CIu
Automobile Aut meblle races will be be a feature featurethe re of ofthe oftbe o f
the first day of the them meet and Barney BarneyuHnekl BarnerollAeki rev
uHnekl has agreed a eed to arrange arra e at ateight least leasteight leasteight t
eight events for the thew program programW
W F WAITES S SON SONKILLED SONKiLLED
KILLED BY FALL FALLTwoYearOld FALLTwoY FAL FALTwoYearOld L
TwoYearOld TwoY arOld Child Lives Short ShortTime ShortTime t
Time After Acci AcciRofeert Accif
t f dent dentROHrl
Robert F Waite the tweyearoWi tweyearoWison tO tavoreat tavoreatson oM i iSOft
son of o wnismai WBI Bliaa n F Waite a clerk ta tathe 1 1tbe
the PiMtatea P Office died at t Sable SlbleyHospital SibleyHospital SableHospital y
Hospital this afternoon from Injuries Injuriesreceived Itjurl Itjurlreeetved lnjnrlreceived a
received this morning m rnlag in a fall from fromthe fro frothe nt
the back porch pOreho of the Waite home bOI at atCbaDnln a t
ZS 2 Cbanntns street northwestThe northwest northwestThe
The chIN is said to have been left leftalone leftne
alone ne barely bar Jy a moment before he fell fellfro telltrti eel eelSro 1
fro mthe railing of tbe porch He i is isthought 18thoubt
thought to have climbed to the ed8where ed edwhere edge edgewbere
where he lost his hi balance Dr J JPattan C CFattan CPat
Fattan Pat ln of 11 R street northwest northwesttailed was wascalled wascall861
called and sad the child had sutler sutlera suffered suffereda Bufferedffa ed
a fractured ffa t1ll skull He was W take Im Immediately 1Mme4lately ¬ I ICaplt
mediately to the hospital at North NorthCapitol Nor NorCapltot th
Capitol Caplt street and Pierce Pieroeplc PieroeplcFron placeFront place placeFront
Front Front Doors Doors Gltzed S4 400 O Apiece ApieceX ApiecaFrank1 Api ApiF
Xadvrrk Adv Ad X Frank1 Frank1iLfcbey F ark Mlk iLfcbey J bey Co I6 6t 6th 2ST Y Ave Av j e
BURRO PmJPOSES PmJPOSESLORIMER f1 f1LORIMERINQUIRY
LORIMER LORIMERINQUIRY LORIMERINQUIRYSenate INijUiRY INijUiRYSena
Senate Sena te Resolution Authorizes AuthorizesCommittee Au AuthorizesCommittee thorizes thorizesComJI1ittee
Committee to Investigate InvestigateClutrges InvestigateCharges InvestigateChar
Charges Char of f Bribery BriberySenator Briberytor Bribe Bribe9enetott
Senator tor Bnrrrws was authorfaed au by bytbe h7the bythe
the Senate Committee oa Prhrltowea asid asidBectkms asid111aeetloms d dEledtoaa
Bectkms today to over a aIIdYtDtr iesolttfilsagiving reaoHnJon reaoHnJonKftriBC
giving that ootnmttcee fuller power pO in inmakhw jaaD itmakh
makh makhw aa invest investigation teat ion into the theckarxes tilee thecharters
charters e presented against Senator 1oel Loetmm 1oelroar
roar n whose bole slectioc to the Senate te i to 1 14lAimecl isclaimed tocUimed
claimed was the result re i It of bribery andLorruatb4 and andcorrutitioa lid
corrutitioa corrutitioaThis Lorruatb4This oT1IItiollTh1e
This red resolut lution utio ion > n was as offered at the theotxning the theopening
opening 0 eaiD < < o i tn the sesston 1iIe It roirdofc DrDvidolithat roirdofcthat
that a subcommittee su su5 ommtttee nmtttee sit dcrinc ri the t t tcen re receM receN
ceN and take tak testimony at any aD time t end aadat JtAdat endat
at any v place DI f > in order to deternuau hSenator itSenator h IfSenator
Senator Loiners Lo mere rer8 election was as browrlit browrlitabout brogrhtabout broeahtabout
about through corrupt methods or practees prac practices rac ract ¬
teesThe tees ticesThe t eea eeaTbe
The resolution which is a 8ub5tJtlMe 8ub5tJtlMetor substfta e efor
for the one ores Dft8PDt oreented med < d by Senator SEaatorLorl SEaatorLorlmer Lori Lorimer Lorlmer
mer himself i is as follows tullowtiit t
Be u re60v reeoved d That the Committee Committeeon
on Privilege PrtvU ez rn4 nd Elections of the Renate den denate en enate
ate or any subcommittee s thereof be beauthorised beauthorised
authorised alI dirct dir dorttal d to Inv JnvtStiRatf JnvtStiRatfCfltain lnvrstiipatecertain stiKatP stiKatPcertain
certain charges charJi against William Uliam Lori Larimer Lorimer ¬
mer a Senatot PnatOr from tne State of Illi Illinois UIInota Illirmofa ¬
nois and to t ri retort ort to th the Senate wheth whether ¬
er r in a the tertian of 0 the said a1d William
Iortmr l Iorhn i as > iS s M Senator natr of the United ni
States from fro u I ° State Sta of Illinois there therewere thfrere therewere I
were re used u or nptoyed corrupt orac J
ticefl t or nieth nt a ai that said committee i I
be authorizUl authoris < d t tv alt during the sessions sessionsof seas ions ionsot onus onusof I II
of the > Serate
w and during any q y reces r i of
the t f3erwe f > or C Gmgrem ngl rrss to noW 0W Its see seeor se sea
s a at such pla e or places as It shall j 1
deem moat l conv conwnMoft osnt W rt for the purpose IIItp ee
of the
investigation InfS tiou
The eubstit substifiu ate resolution offered a < < today
by Senator tor TUmows Hun owe and referred to the t
CommHiee Codtlnttent OlplDit1t > e on Audit and Control of the
Coatlmrent Ex Kxpense Ioxpe pe11 te broader in Hs
scope than is I the original offered by Sen Sen5y
ator Lorimer th the day he JIIIMI his de detense
t tense 8e oa t tae lf floor It Is desteged to
5y c1v glue the committee C mitt full poWr J power OMr tolndnfre to Itbufte ItbufteInto I Iben
Into any 1T11ption which may have
been used t ta n effect the election of Lori LoritHt Lori LoriWben
me meWhen
When tHt seen f following < L ° win the committee committeeiiMeUna
iiMeUna < < and asked th the purpose of th the
substitute resolution rt > hV be said akHhat that St StSJ It t
wu drawn IJO as to she a us the power to
SJ rM to the bottom > o of this matter We Weus VI Pe e
1Ir want t the facts aDd have trained a mea mean a
rare which win authorize us to get the theN
1aeta 1aetaNe acts actsNo
N Ne investigation inves tlon wail be
held I eJd until fall fallF
It was found impossible Impo < ribM at today todays
meeting to
get assurances from meM
bers Oil tile oomll committee Uee that they would
al du during n the KUlIlJII summer > r aY are all
F tkat out with 11 ith the I long sesaton aoo and wfli wflimrtil wilt
DOt he wilting to beMbi b eI mn as f1weetJptJen I
mrtil mrt after the summer heat is ever
It I t is tbr tb e purpose e ec the committee to
sit to Chk fjo roe That fa a subcommittee I
will be named to bold aeaaiBiis there
This body will tll report port to the wlMe wl > oie le com ¬
mittee before o the meeting mfett ef ofbn Congress t
In December i and at the opearhr o of the
session will announce ate ate3ittace Itndlnia Itndlnia1f t
Ksoce 1f e to Gas CsaamBers
The Ste pressure in the mains roam will be ma ¬
tonally reduced on Sunday Sun June 0th
between 8 and 11 a m for the
purpose MIJpCSetda
of making tda connections COIIDee 01UI at the corner of o f
EI igjiteenth e t1 and S streets ts northwest
A t tDoors
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Story of Cot Co I Roosevelts s Return ReturnTold ReturnTold
Told in Bulletins Bulletins6S
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10 A t X XTJIe TJ h k4MHI Mi et f ti Ute e mtvsl aT 1 parade rea reseW4 re cfc 4 the Buttery ttarYi wkertkessands whore o
tJu tkessands is fat4 l gMleere4 gMleere411QO treL treL1I
18 11QO 90 a L w 1IIlAvallMraae JTHml parade tented We West t TM4rt T Tteestt I Miti Jl h stmeot stetotldf stmeot1l4
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cart art f pence Iee Iee1If
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107 18 i7 a wC M Oayiier ataer er festally weleMe4 JteoseveK Reoeevettt111n
11 111n ii a JII mReeeerelt Te1t rPS sded
1114 11 14 x in lsLand LaM party start starte4 started
110 1 1 F t HIPa mParade ended C Colsael l Roosevelt vIt pretenied II i wltk essress e r4tSS r4tSSefl
e4 resolutions res httiMIS frets fr tM tJ Synisirii s War Veterans9OS Veterans Veterans4ti
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MUTILATED BODY BODYFOUND BODYFOUND
FOUND IN TRUNK TRUNKCorpse TRUNKCorpse
Corpse of MMdleAged Man ManDiscovered ManDiscovered ManDiscovered
Discovered by b Womnnin Woman
in Tenement TenementNEW
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body f of a mkiiUe aaasl aaaslment 111III aeiueed aeiueedInto T
Into a trunk ift t the e hallway of a tene tenement
ment t 51 Goerek street was waaFIGHT f ftodlt toned tonedtoday I
todlt today by a woman WOllil1The womanThe
The body y was was IdeDthled as that or ofhoer I I08fS
hoer 08fS Saeka Sacks sixty years old a dealer ia Injewelry iajewell
jewelry Sacks dlsa disappeared NI Y8ter yesterday yesterdaylie ar arUf
Uf had with him at that t done a 8atcbel 8atcbelconlln aatcheIcontaining
conlln containing ng S3000wortb gl > dEaworth of Jewelry JewelryRIVAL
RIVAL PREACHERS PREACHERSFIGHT i i
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FIGHT IN PULPITBaptist PULPIT PULPITBaptist PULPITMinisters
Baptist Ministers in Fatal FatalDuel FatalDuelOne FaterlDuelOne
Duel DuelOne One Has HasThroat HasThroat
Throat Cut CutROCK CutROCK CutROCK
ROCK CRBRK Ky June TUeJL TUeJLRev t The TkeRev
Rev Robert t Vanever V and and1the the Rev HerIsaac I Ilerry
Isaac Perry lerry rival Baptist Bat mmhdstera mmhdsterafought ministers JDbtIIIt < <
fought fou t wtth knives in the pulpit t of 0 the theRock theRock t he
Roc Rock Creek JJapttet Hap t Church last eightand night ntptand
and Vanover3 YaR ft throat wa wR III cat from fromto fromto + ear earto
to ear according aft lclml to news brought bro t here heret beI heretoday > e
t today day He died a few minutes later laterElaine rat ter terBlaine r rBlaine I
Blaine Perry brother of the preacherwho preacher preacherwho preacl1erwho
who is said to have helped his brothkill broUww broUwwkill broth brothkUl r a agala
kill Vanover is s in jail I with his brother brotherI
at Willtamsburg YmtalI18bur Church trouble is leto said saidto saidtf gala
to tf have caused caue d the fight fightCREW ftthtCREW aghtCREW
CREW IS RESCUEDWITH RESCUED RESCUEDWITH 1 1WITH
WITH DIFFICULTY DIFFICULTYJJEW Y
JJEW RE YORK June IS 18Tbe The bufnlng bufnlngcraft b bcraft bcraft
craft sighted by the Mauretanla near nearFire n nFire ear I I
Fire island yesterday was identified ideati ideatitoday identifiedtoday i I Itoday
today as the schooner 8Cboon Xorembega Xorembegawhich Norem Noremwhich orembel orembelwblcb d
which was en route from Phi Phito Philadelphia Philadelphiato P iladelpl adelphia j
to Calais CalaisShe CaJaisSbe CalaisShe
She wacue was w cut down by b the sjteamer sjteamerMHbj t eame r rM
MHbj M during a dense fog early Friday Fridayand Fnida Fnidaand y ry
and lid was seon set on Dnftre Are cad abandoned abandonedThe abandonedTh abandonedThe I
The Th Mills IUlare rescued eued Captain Olsen O n an anhis and andhfe nd ndhis d
his crew of tRemy twe twesK qo with much difficulty difflcultyPairs ditftcultPairs difficultyPairs
Pairs of f Nol No iBlinds IB1in r Blinds s for 5125 5125v 125 I
v Frank FnakLftrbey Uftrbey Co 0 Bth N Y Ave
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BILL AUTHORIZES AUTHORIZESPUBLIC i S
PUBLIC PUBLICBUILDINGS PUBLICBUILDINGSMeasure BUILDINGS BUILDINGSMeasure
Measure Agreed on 09 by byHouse byHouse b Y YHouse
House Committee Com Cc ni Jittee Gives Gives13SOOJOOto
13500000 to District DistrictAaother DistrictaIJ District4aetber
Aaother aIJ IIfI st step p iawari the beantlfyias beantlfyiasof b mtiLYing mtiLYingof I IeI
of w Waebl WaahiMCton tor will be takes this after afterBOOB afternoes
BOOB when hen the public bufldinga he IIA IIAftttOrtM cgs MH te isreported tereported
reported to the Jouae canrrmsr aotbori aotboriaatioB aotbosizaUou 8t1loriaaUoD
aatioB for the d eitxmdltiBre netditttre ef m H5MM H5MMfor llMMj iu to tofor
for public tc boildiF0 for WasfabHctooTbe W WasfabHctoo OIL OILTtw
The authorizations are part non and nueeiof oarcei ft8 ft8Of j jof
of the scheme which has teen t m III thecssm the tbecows theof
cows cssm of development deYe for a nusnber n msber of ofyears ofyears ofyears
years and which includes inchlC es the erection of 0
btikli bttklinx i l for the th DeDartment of State < e
Justice and Coci CoIIIIfne mere and Labor south southof eouthof southof
of Pennsylvania + venue between Four Fourt
tenth t h and Fifteenth streets a city cit
Pnrto p Pte toft1 totfae < noe immediately west w of the
Union Station and ftd quarters for the tMft
Geological ft > OI < Cical Survey the General Land Of Ofnc Ofthe
nc fif the newly ewly wly created Bureau Bu u of Mines
the Reclamation tton Service end nd the Indian
Office O < < ice on sites to rw he > selected later Ia r
The plans tor the new noildlmTs areto are areto areto
to be worked work out bv the qaPefTl suDervteinic jmr ar errhteet
rhteet hit hi fI < ot t of the Treaetirv Tn Treae > aI ary l and paseed ed UP UDen UPon upem
en em by a board composed of the Predi Prediwnt Prelio1t Prealnest
nest o1t the S Secretary < of the Treasury Treasuryand Treaaunad Treasuryand
and ad the head of the various depart departments dflMlrtmeftta denartmeats ¬
meats interested interestedNo w wo
No o tin tiDe e ha ball been set for t l the corapie
tton of the work and It probabiy b y will be bejKMre beOmf beson
jKMre son e years before hefo the actual work of ofconfttrnctton ofcrstrnction
confttrnctton eon tractiott is beirua on most of the I
building buiMinasIn
In addition to tM th land couth of Penn Pennsylvania PennvaaJa ¬ 1
sylvania lva vaaJa a aven avenue yenc adjoinhar nin the Union Un
Station and in F street between Seven Seventeenth Seventeenth ¬
teenth t nth and Eighteenth streets st l5 the Gov Gvernntent Governnfnt Govevnttxat
ernntent owns land 19 various sections sectionsof
of 0 the city on which bncrov kncroved < d Govern Government aoyenaIDfnt
went buiMinsrs are art to t tt < < l be located
The 1h public hnildinc bill carries a to ¬
ter tal appropriation of nS660i S5 o t < 0 for actualeapendttures actual actualexpenditures actuale1
expenditures e1 f drtun8 exclusive of continuing outinu
contracts and authorizations and profe profeahly JMObAhly probably
ahly will ill pass MUhout thout much mu h opposition oppositionGERMANY ODOOSitionGERMANY
GERMANY ALARMED ALARMEDABOUT ALARMEDABOUT ALARMEDABOUT
ABOUT THE KAISER KAISERBERLIN I KAISERBERLIN < AISERBERLIN
BERLIN Jane JBel1ef IX Belief is growing gr wlng wlngthat
that the favorable fa VCIIIn IIe offleJai reports put putout putout
out as as to the condition of Emperor Will William WIUlalll Willlam ¬
iam are designed to conceal CC I a really
serious condition itiOft of Ms hearth and the
fear is beginning hf > < < inDtnC to obtain that the tbepresru te tepresnt
presru rnt trouble with ate knee k as well wellas wellas Wellas
as the recent ailment that prevented preventedlocal plfOVeBtedtbe
the use Of bl ble right bard are maere e than
local dtoorOers dtoorOersProt
Prof Bier one of the t ie leading Germanspecialists German Germanspecialtets GennauFPfClalhrts
specialists was u catted e J in coosuitatkm coosuitatkmtoday
today by b the j phwhdmnmtg pb hy tdasg wje w jC have been beenattending beeaittending beenattending
attending > thj tke Bmperor Bmperorrlifc DsopaeomPretty
Pretty Mantels for 5300 Sg oa Apiece ApieceFnqiIk ApieceFrRit
FnqiIk rlifc Llabey LttII eY Ce Mh 0 h 8 K Y Ave
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COMES HOME HOMEWELCOME HOMEPageants
WELCOME OF NATION IS ISVOICED
VOICED VOICEDigeants BY NEW YORK YORKPageants YORKon
Pageants PageantsWELCOME igeants on o n Land and Sea Draw Their Actors From FromAmon FromAmon FromC
Amon Among mon Countrys C 1 Most vied Distinguished Men MenElans MenEIans
Elans P ins Move Like Clockwork ClockworkBROADWAYS ClockworkJROADWAYS
BROADWAYS AYS THROAT GROWS HOARSE HOARSEDawn HOARSEi
Dawn Sees Beginning Bg e Inn lII of ofIUIiht Mighty gY gYIs Demonstration Dem nstration Which WhichIs
Is Not t Halted H Halt lted by byTenders Shades of o Evening EvenIngGaynor EvenIngGaynoreElders Gaynor GaynorTenders
Tenders eElders Citys Keys KeysBy
By THEODORE TYEO X REK HI TILLER TILLER3SITW TILLEREW
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3SITW EW 1 w YORK June 1 lS 1SrTheodcre Theodore e RooS se elt t cameh came camehome cameh
home h t me today lodayNo todayNo todayNo
No loagrAbeeftt Ib t American ricaii traveler ever received re eived eivedJDOre a amore are
more re glorious oriou weteoiae eIoom nor is it probable that one ever everwill everwill everHe
will
r rHe He steamed s up u New York harbor while cannoa ca DDOB > aoa boomed boomedwhile boomedwhiIe boomedwki
while wki a whistles blew their joyous tidings while nature of offered offered offered ¬
fered one of her most perfect days and while man did all allin allin alliii
in his power to show that the tribute was sincere sineereAt sincereAt s neere
At Battery Batt Park he faced a multitude so vast that thatbi thatbut thatbut
bi but few fe could hear his speech of appreciation he swept swepttriumphantly swepttri ept epttriU1phantly
triumphantly tri i toy np Broadway and into Fifth avenue while whilehalf whilehalf whilebatf
half a million American citizens packed solidly to thlcurb th thetcrb thp thpeerb <
etcrb lines liii gave way to an enthusiasm eDthusi never before bef re witDeesed witaeed wit witnessed ¬
nessed in the metropolis metropolisGREATEST metropolisGREATEST metropolisGREATEST
GREATEST HOMECOH1HGEVER HOMECOMUtGEVERIt HOMECOIG EVER
i iIt iIt
It would be difficult to exaggerate ex i elate in iRa a description drat of Ss welcome welcomeip wekorriQ
i ip Tt Tbeodort lImt Roosevelt RorjseveKBut RooseveltBut RooseveltBar
But two homecomk > events in American history can be com comparfd COO1pamI wlrlpa
parfd pa d rib it ittbe me return of < < General Gmai fmm f IQn his four t r of ale t e world worldaad worIJthe wortsacrd
aad acrd the hero worship of Admirai Dewey itiesT he came back from fromMawb fromMariIa
Mawb Bay BayGrant BayGr2IIt
Grant returned r uodnrested wd of tb the dignity cJ coiy with which wtI he had hadiAiy haiaiwa ha 1 1a1wi
aiwa iAiy > > domed do t Ied bimsdf bimsdfHe r i iJ
1 J He was lauded 1aud d stiR as deoefH aie 1 G
> BI osttiary r aius ius and a d pos poswiipae posPresidenL post postw
w > wiipae rl iie Picadent He had lead a mBioD DI i I b1 me DI men A i and had played ed hi Wpart hipart hipant >
part in the savin sa saving of the nation nationDEVEY uationDEWEY nationDEWEY
DEWEY HOME AS ADMIRAL ADMIRALcaaM
t tDewey tDewey
Dewey came sad was Ikmiaed as Admiral Dewey crewaird crow er M nijk all the thetIIat
boaor that 90 g i with a conqueror of a foreign naval JlaftlTIte fee feeThe f fTbe
The man who returned today toda came in the dual tit
peraoMliiy y of Theo Tht > a
ears Booaerelt aa eftt and all he has been and bag done and ad Jet f INt plate ilia Teddy
That is the difference differenceNo differenceNo
No one co could W bare followed the line of march
ap p Broadway at aooa no to totIa7 ¬
day and doubted 40a ted the th sincerity of those who did him Honor OIWH No one could couldwateb couldwatda couldwatd
wateb the face of Theodore RoaeevettjM Rooms oat as be stood bewtes to the right rl t and
left along alOB < < this lane of cheering hwaaaity wttbovt wkho t leaving tiM scene im impreaaed impre88EJd impreesbd
preaaed that this was a maraud and a people worth while and Oat t at tile appre appreciation appreciation appreciation ¬
ciation was mutual
PRESIDENT MING MINGIMS MAKINGTALKS MANGTALKS
TALKS TO STUDENTS STUDENTSSpends
Spends Da Day in Pennsylvania Pennsylvaniaat
at Villa Nova and Lin Lincoln Lincoin ¬
coIn University UniversitySewo
Sewo dtl eI dt this thisdent mornliotr ear Presi President President ¬
dent Taft ono off to Villa Nova ais and Lincoln UswoiaUnhrersHy LincolnUtdvotaity
UnhrersHy Fa P The be Evemtfve ExecutIwfor E > iemrtive is due duefor ae aefor
for a abort t address at both Institutions tastitotfoosAt dt dttilw
k taut COIDID4 commencement time dmeAt
t tAt
At W West st Chester Piu a sheet stop stopwttt ataeuwail
wttt b be made to v permit nnit of an automobile automobileride autOlD8llUerile j
ride around the city It betas the tileof hone honeof homeof
of Rtwesetttadve R Po eeentsdve ntadve Butter fRee Pal Pa who whosccorwuiie rhoecoaRalnlee I
° sccorwuiie e < On ft1ei the President Pis ldeat on the en entire entire ¬
tire toe tniaAt trio trioAt trioAt I
At Oxford Pa the Presidential w tlal tlaldaJ spe special se a aciN ¬
cial ill be stooped stoooe lone enoueh for the theBxfcnttre tileJbfCotlYf theExecutive
Executive to M a a few words to the theoitie theiti theeltisens
oitie eltisens iti s The President eat will ua reach reachWashineton reachWashlnrton I
Washineton lat late toniKbt tonrbtPo1 tonlahLPntrides i iPosMes
PosMes Po1 Mr r Taft aa4 n4 Secretary i iCt
Ct Charles ares D Norton Governor r Stuart of ofP ofPennevivania
P Penlvania nnrvlvania will be aboard the special soednloar 8 specialtier ecIaI
oar Colonial 1 oa that Dart of the tbefrom tr trfrom trip >
from Villa Nova to Lincoln UllheJI Ujrfversity UjrfversityPARR the ratty rattyPARR I
PARR PAR DISAPPOINTED DISAPPOINTEDA i j
AT A T AWARD RECEIVED RECEIVEDGovernment RECEIVEDGovenllnent I IGover
Government Gover ment Puts Po o Heavy Pre Premium Premium Premiwn ¬
mium oa Honesty Is His HisOpinion HisOpitlion
Opinion OpinionKEW OpitlionNW
NEW YORK June 1C JIIIae The award of ofGovernment etM ofiieeael9
iieeael9 M mode te i Richard Parr by tile tileao thetioterspcra
Government ao te racegrttteB I of hk bN > ef efforts efforta K Kfate ¬
forts to oneovwins ca the tINtwaa stsj sugar r fjmsiai fjmsiaiwas > pon ponwas
was oneeighth th of what t he bttiere et etHI hmv bhrrelf
9 HI relf lf entitled to he said aaidAdda7 ea jug to ay He Hettmated hv bartiniated hvUmated
Umated that tfc tIw Government had not notset IIet8ft eastset
set any heavy premium on honesty honestya boDeIQnoDC bonyanomg
a anomg > none Its officials in giving him him much muchless muchless ucla uclaJe
less Je than the sums he refused reed as a
bribe from the officials of the rut trtwtbeen lustThe rutrenI
The regard Is naucb less than I had hadbeen
been led to expect he said but I will willhave wIDhaft willhave
have to accept it It will enable aw te totake tetake tetake I
take a much needed H ed vacation I shall shallnot Bba11not shallnot
not give up my position as deputy sur snrreyor surveyor ¬
veyor I spent six sIXo of the bent years cf cfmy ftmy cfmy
my life to winning my fight ft t for tbe tbeGovernment tbeto1enDDeDt theoiernarent
Government I wa was wasttJrateDe4 nonaoJed persecute persecuteanc peraeeutecaec
anc threatened until j did Icl not get getarlnuies et a anitrates aJBIDfie
nitrates pence ponce e It wna a bard flight flighthut atcat1NIt lightbut
hut I wamMe1dinEg1e wan wanHeitfnec WODM
Me1dinEg1e Heitfnec M fnp K if1t i 1 sSon fee j r 0 Oeat bafa a a F FFIIIIIk Foot FootFrank ot otFncnk
Fncnk XJMMr Lfbbo OB ttfc N Y Ave
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Ke x Seehrs S ers ThereIf DIetlIf There
If the scoffers 8ee < < en war were tfstt ttosVa re then tbevIf th thenabdked
abdked 111re4 III the theIf backgrotMy backgrotMyM
If the ogre curionity seekers e krs cam camethey camthey eamthey
they forgot themselves theIY and joined in inthis inthls n nth
this th hero worship of f one of the fore foreIn toreat loremeat
meat at adores et etIn modern theos theosIn
In prTtectionssjeos prrtettlo the parade paradwate > > on orwater onwate
wate did not compare c pan with that on onind onTbet onland
landThet land indThere
Tbet There have been seen sr greater tar navalptrleants naval navalsjeants navalta
ptrleants sjeants ta along tile Hudnon river buin bu buin buIa
in comparisoli to U the
nmnoer ber of
war warWhen war1iips ar araM
1iips aM cratt parddpatlssg dIIc there have bayfDeftr havenewer
newer DeftrWhee been nMditr eta etaWhen
When the Battery Park was reached reachedhowever reachedboweYer reachedhowever
however and ft the scores ot boats 1 oa l un unloaded unJtecI unleaded
loaded their reception committees ant antwelcoming an nil nilMlewatJoaa J Jwelcomta
welcoming delegations who joinei joineiwlu jOineiwb i iwAh
wlu the counties thonsandsj t who ha hatwldte haR haRbeen < l
been assemhljug while
the river parude pa parade para4e ¬
rude was waS on 0tIp the day 7
came into its itsown It ItOWL
own
Dose eIIM Throng M is II Streets StreetsAnd StnetsADd StreetsAnd
And so did Theodore Boeeevelt elt idolof idol idolM l ot otof
of those uo who had
gathered from rrv ererrsection rrvteen r rMdtoe
section of the country te say y WeT W WeTcome Wele T Tcee
come hens aft bb u e of flf flfunirnrmi 1Uteea fifteen
teen mothsroe months t tT1ae
roe Rough Riders III tMIr yeno yenoU yellow
uniforms U were there statenmea in intheir intheir intheir
their frock coats and iuM silk uIt hats prof proffered protiend proffeted ¬
feted the glad bead women n of offashion ofr offaabisn
r fashion men ell of asmirs raIn bankers andbootblacks and andbootblacks andbootbladta
bootblacks the yonns tr and 1M the old oldm oldevery oldand
and every c class presented ted m in Amen Amencan AIDercae Amencan
can life 1It struggled tr and pushed and andjannnied ardODe ands1mmed
jannnied one another for a glimpse lmpse of ofthe o othe othe
the returning one oneMayer fttIeGay oneMayor
Mayer Gstynor Gay tendered the keys oC ofthe oCthe orthe
the city cIt Perhaps a few of i those upon upontbe uponUae uponthe
the reception stand heard INa him Th Thgreat Thp Thpgreat Thogreat <
great mans of common people beard beardnot beardIDd beardhet
not and impatiently awaited awalt the th timewhen time timewhen timeiae
when iae Roosevelt eIt would begin his rideup ride rideup rideHroadway
up Broadway sad would be delivered deliveredfiguratively deli delivered1itarMively ered eredra
figuratively < < ra vdY sneaking eakt lato their our ourstretched ourstretched r rstretclaed
stretched anna annaTbe araThe armsThe
The little formalities fonal of the occasion occasionmade OCC8101tJae occasionmade
made the theuaHudi din impatient DtIent but butnone butD butnone
none D De were there willing wtn to relinquJpa relinquJpafor < i ifor
for s a > moment the place fought tou < < bt for forearlier forearlier forearlier
earlier in the morning hours hoursBtiafg bearsB beamBdags
Btiafg B ap Him te His Peet FeetTbe PeetTbe PeetThe
Tbe vista up the avenue which greet greeted greeted ¬
ed the former f Presidents eyes when whenpsiitis whtnat whenhe
at iaat tM brads IMI henna aa 10 piny 7 and the thepeIIee thepokes
pokes aid rough rider mart ploughedColonial ploughed ploughedCatoeM hed hedcI
Colonial cI iId Cettuaas 2 2ge 9e 0 Apiece Apiece7ij ApieceP ApieceFisk
7ij P Fisk k ZJWhor Ls 8 Os 9th X Y YAdr Ave
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