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THE WASHINGTON TIMES SA SATURDAY TURD A Y JIDE 18 1910 >
ILLINOIS WILL GET GETTHE 1 1THE
THE MEN MENHIGHER HIGHER UP UPBelief UPBelief
Belief Prevalent That Graft GraftExpose GraftExpose
Expose Will Be BeComplete BeComplete
Complete CompleteSElt CompleteSENATOR
SElt SENATOR ATOR LORIlAERCALM LORIlAER LORIMERCALM
CALM AND SMILING SMILINGStill
Still Insists Scandal Is Huge Con Conspir Conspiracy
spir spiracy cy Hatched Up to toRuin toRuin
Ruin Him HimBy HimBy
By O P NEWMAN NEWMANCHICAGO NEWMANHICAOO
CHICAGO JUM 1SWUI ll11Do1a A get getthe et etthe
the men htglMr hth up In the th legislative lectalaUvebrlbt legislativebr1ber
brlbt pro prtecuoir prtecuoirbpltes I
Rfpl bpltes ItS to this tbi qUon which was wasput as asput
put to numec numeiOus ua people oC aU claaetl lases 111 111Clilfago inlivago
Clilfago and vlelftlty wtlle bavarlably In InthE Inthe
thE affirmative From oe end of 11I1 11I1J1i 1111ri
J1i ri Is s to the other the belle seems to be beprevaleont beXrevalent
prevaleont that before the the courts and the thentwspapers theiicwspapers
ntwspapers get et throup with the ease easethE easethe
thE will 1n have otftclallY settled the vex VIXIng vexIng
Ing problem Who lurn furnished the dust dustIn 1 1In
In the face or this Senator William WilliamLorimer WilliamLoriTner
Lorimer goes calnly onhlJl way build buildIng buildIng
Ing up his new bank the La Salle Str StrKational Street Streetatlonal
Kational which au beeR opeft opened since sinceaIrIng sinceairing
aIrIng wfJ givetttbe giveta the bribery charc charccrJDcrlllnlt charges chargesconcerlklng
crJDcrlllnlt hl eat In the United States Statesgnate Statesnate
gnate nate He acts aa it the legislative Ifgiaiatlefandal legislativeandal
fandal andal held no threat for him and andIf as asf
If f he hadnt a care In the world He Hestill
still 5 fl insists that tM whole bribery scan ecaDal scanCal
Cal < al Is a CO Iracy co apIre3 hatched up 1 the theCh theCh14ago
Ch Ch14ago ago Tribune Governor DeDceII DeDceIIothEr and andQthfr
othEr political eft enemies mte who are deter determjned determned
mjned to ruin him hint politically and aadClaIl flana flanactally
ClaIl ctally
Outside Viewp Viewpoint ViewpointTo iRt iRtTo
To the unbiased observer It look looks as asthe It ItthE
thE Senator has cause to be anyt anytb snytkIsig
b t calm and unworried Cban CbanWl1lte charI A AViIte
Wl1lte a Democratic member of tile m mII 111 111Irris
II Irris nis House from OFalloa started taM taMxitfment theextement
xitfment by confessing he Jd Jdu ye yeCiVP41
u CiVP41 Pd l 1OIO to vote for LoIiaIerfor Loi4msr for
Sfnator
White was as a labor I lobbyt at atfif1d Spring
field bt before fore be wall elect elected to the LecI8 Legielature
latu lature and cunoullly had been a street streetcar streetcar
car conductor which ca1IlSeftator ca1IlSeftatorLrimer calling Senator SenatorLrlmer
Lrimer followed from 18If to 1If6 1If6hite 11i5lite
hite Implicated other Denaoerattc leg
i latrs atrs and under InyesU investigation atlon < by the
k County grand and jury two oth others con
frt ctd hat they also r8Cei receled 1 1000 each
fr I r tlng for Lorimer LorttnerLe
T Le t striking thing about th the case I
that thE stories of the e three men men
S hue and Ii J C C Beckeme Beekemeyer oC Car
by 11 and Michael S Link of Mltehell
n ngrce TN as to the detail of the bribery < y
t tiflsaction nsatlonJl Bfockell Eeckeneycr yer and Lank eec eec2orate
r 2orate > orate practically eyerythl everything bite
cllar carged P1 in h his original confession which
the hica hicao o Tribune bought trOm from him
fr o and publned April Iut
t1Er trbyprecip4tatin Y preclpltatlnt the whole 8e SenaHoitsiaw
tlal bribery scandal scandalHolUlaw
HolUlaw CoRfe CenfessienIn iG iGIn
In thE midst of the grand Jury 1IIV8 investigMions 1 1g1t
g1t gMions Ions at Chicago aDd SpdngM D DV I Iv
V Holt Holtelaw slaw a Democratic State Statet1 sans sanstri
t1 from Inks COD1M8ed that he had hadbrrn hadb
brrn b paid Zi I2 08 to vote tor LorImer aDd aDdtilt sadU
tilt U t the money wu cten to him b bStaff by byta
Staff ta P Senator John Broderick Demo Demoera DemoCrat
era Crat t or Chlc Chicago o Th This maJuw tour tourmrm fourircnhers
mrm ircnhers f rs or the Legislature who eoaCe eoaCeto
to t having reeelYed ca for their votes voteeIl votescfl
cfl Il Sfnator SfnatorIf
If a as Senat Senator < Lorimer charges the thet the1ole
t holt atrur fa a a hop diabolical con conETpcy conrrry
ETpcy to ruin him the Il18tipLtor
0 th plot have 1 succeeded remarkably remarkablyIl
ci Il thus tar In manipulating their pup puprc puprt
rc rt antI malth makfig < everybody stick to the theSifl
51111 tory storya
11 matter of fact salel Senator SenatorVn1tr SenatorLrtor
Vn1tr when naked If he ear cared to torkl tor
rkl r e any statement to The Times TImeeLt TimesIrp
Lt Irp pr4 > has as been bribery mmttted but butlr butI
lr I ha ht hAen en > since the Legislature elected e1eetedTt
Tt 3 n flj adjourned The bribery has hasIHn hasrceently
IHn rNfnt1y and baa been against In Inst inst
st a ad or for me meCue meCase
Cue Against HiM HiMThat HimThat
That seems pretty uhllkely Senator SeIaatorh Senatorwas
h was t ld It would seem that It Itt Ifthis
t this lis whole thing and all u bribery bribeestnr briberystories
stnr stories > were made up and directed b by byI
111 I enemies there would Ita Itafip have been a aIip
fip somewhere < e before this It this Is Isa isa
a Ion eonspiracy plracy as you charge tlNa we wehaw wea
haw a the Iuukable spectaCle ot a azfn adzcn
dzcn zfn Tdbune people the governor the thel theand
l Ink and Sanaamo COuntieS the Cook Cookalit Cookt
t alit oity grand jury the Sanpmon Sanpmongrand Sangamonty
ty grand jury toUt members of the theIh theL
Ih L L iClature at ure and all tile newspapel8 of ofjj3O ofiitago
jj3O except the InteroctJ1 acliDIf acliDIfIn actin actinIn
In rlwt rtietrt > rt telling the same lies and andb1dtng an anidtng
b1dtng idtng up the same kind of a cane caneI41flt
I41flt 1 linst you ou It doesnt seem po possible albletlit possibleti
tlit ti t this C could uld happen bappenfnator happentnator
fnator Lorimer smiled quietly and andrEpl andreplied
rEpl replied ed In his usually mild way wayYu wayiu
Yu do not understand the power powerof powerof
of m riy Enemles or the length they are arerta arertatiy
rta rtatiy to go to ruin me They would wouldnnt wouldxint
nnt hpsltate to pot through Just such sucha
a gigantic < trau fraud lot as you 01 outline outlineI outlineHut outlineBut I
Hut It i Is much more reasonable to tosupp08e toEuppose
supp08e th they y are telJln telling < the truth truthand truthand
and that mone money ws actually used t tbuy ti tibuy
buy vote for you OU for Senator SenatorSure SenatorSure
Sure of Vindication VindicationIn D DIn
In the end I am conddeftt I win be bec1f becleared
c1f cleared > ared I hAvent the slightest doubt doubtthat doubtthat
that the fact that t this Is a eon8ptr eon8ptra
a y will be exposed ADd the honesty hOftyt7of
of m my election established eatabllshedThree establishedThree
Three men stand accused of haTh haThgiHn having havinggistfl
giHn bribe money to members ot th thI the theLegislature
I Legislature and It is through t theseand these e8eand
and others who may be Indicted later laterthat laterthat
that the authorities the newspapers newapapenand newspapersand
and the bet cI citizens of Illinois ho hoto hope hopet
to t find out where the money came cametrm camefrm
trm The three men are areHf arelepresentaUVe
Hf presentatlve > Lee ONeill Browse BrowlMof
of tttawa ttawa accu accused ed It bribing main meJDtf1S maintrs
tf1S of the house to vote for Lort Lortmr Lotfnr
mr Indicted for bribery briberllErEsenUrtlve briberylcpresentttve
lErEsenUrtlve Robert E E WIIIIOa er erCtiago ofClago
Ctiago accused of spJtttt spflttIsg up the theIpCisJatlve theletis1ative
IpCisJatlve jackpot In the bouthern bouthernH uua uuaIi
Ii tel at S1 Louis Indicted for per perJur perjury
Jur jury jurystate
state t3t Senator John Broderick of ofChla oftcago
Chla tcago o accu accused ed of paying Sate Sea SeDat Seaatr
at atr Holtah lioltalaw w to Vote ote for Lorimer for fortnator forbrLator
tnator I Indicted for bribery briberyTht rlberyTle
Tle trial ot Browne Is noW 1D prOC prOCrs progrss
rs It Ie Ia coJn1cte4 the PnNIeCU PnNIeCUttn prosecutin
tin feels conftden that Browne him hlaasrlf himsElf
sElf WH Wilson on 01 Bloonck will at atup give giveUI
up UI the name or ames mes of the 8OJ people peoplewho I Iwh
wh who furnished tb thi corruption funds tuDdafl1JS fundsrlius
fl1JS the case will be run back step stepbJ stepby
bJ step until the original source pt ptthl pfthe
the money moneyin 1a dl coered dlocoVere4lTEETH coeredTEETH
TEETH IN BUREAU BUREAUNpT BUREAUNOT
NOT INSIDE OF HER HERWINSTED HERcVINSTED
WINSTED Cant JUDe 1SKra Max MaxEamw MaxHamte
Eamw of Bristol rushed to Dr B M Mhipp1 t tWhipple
Whipple hipp1 Sh She told him te he was wasFH sure sure1e
FH 1e had walloweel hr abe teeth 1ft 1fther iner
her er I1tPn sl n She aid aa me could feel feeltheflt feelthefltin them themin
in her int interior interiorV rIor rIorfh
fh The d doctor t011 tn3 the > fr frtgherted htfnEd woman womanIhp womanhe
V
Ihp he had JWJt St sniIlowed alloVlid thE t zeth th SnE Snereturned
returned b bce 1P and f found und thc l le e stt stton tt tton j
on the floor back t a bureau
L I Friend of Labor I
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MOTHER JONES JONESWHERE JONESWHERE
WHERE LABOR WARS WARSTHERE WARSTHERE
THERE IS HER HOME HOME1iother HOMEMother
Mother Jones Explains ExplainsHow ExplainsHow
How Her Work Among Among11ankind AmongMankind
Mankind Is Done DoneBy
By SELEKE ARMSTRONG
P Prelddent ent TattWother rm atrald atraldIt
It I were to Out the Jardonm nardonl power 1IwerIn
In your han4s s there wouldnt be any auymEn anymen
mEn left In the enltfnUarl enltfnUarlMother penttntiariesMother
Mother J JonesAnd And indeed Mr MrPreRIdfbt MrPtceMent
PreRIdfbt If tldIt nation t ball ballu baitas
u m macit h money v keeoln < men out u asshe
she lees k keepiax th them In In w wwoullt we wewouldnt
woullt need M many J eDltea eDlteat1arles penitenUaries
t1arles t1arlesThus UariesThus
Thus spoke Mother Jones the DIaclcY DIaclcYlittle ptuckllittle
little ihkehafred lttibatrecl woman w whale home homeher hometo
to use her own words Is s wherever wherevertheres ever i ithefts
thefts a labor War and the Preat Preatof
of tb the United States when M she ia1 ia1lourneved 1 11ourneetI
1ourneetI crOIIII halt a conUaent to tola7 tolay
lay I beIore him for the ftnt rM time the theSIiieSot thecases
SIiieSot cases of a umber oC Mexican xicaD political poIltlC1Jftuftes politicalrefuzees
Jftuftes In prison In ArtsoDa Xauu XauuAnd XiisaLand
And other Western e States StteeToday StatesToday
Today and on other days this week weekMCIt weekMother
MCIt Mother Jones u been busy at t the theCatIItnL thec
CatIItnL c toI where 1t is aid that members memberseertAtn membersat
at eertAtn tOIIII fttMii bedero which wlaletahall sh shhas
hall ap arnwared red have asd Ptd for breath breathand breathand
and N beyted e4 for mercy before shE had hadftnthrd hadIInLIhed
ftnthrd outltnbur to them their dut duttn duties dutiesin
tn regard to the Mexicans whose free freedom free4cm
dom abe seeks from the Government GoyernmentMeets GovernmentMeets
Meets Old Friends FrieJMlLSh
Sh She has hotnobbed with her okl oklfrk ok I
frk ftfonda t1s Representatives Wilson oft and andXlchoUs an1Nichotis I
XlchoUs of Penitsytvnla nta and hall made madenew maMnew
new f friends M of many ot otter er statesm tmED tmEDbo n
who bo however 11tt1 hide M they ISYJ eymonthls eymonthlswith petlatsG petlatsGwith t
with her decided vIeII on this or that thatJUhllP thaipultibe
JUhllP question cannot harden their theirnf thetineatis
nf neatis > art A against ln t the cheery ood humor humoran humoiand
an < keen wit which radiate from her herWhen herWhen
When J asked ed by Chalnnaaa Dalzell ol olthf 01the
the Rules Commtttte or the House be betore be betore
tore whlrh she has sreared this week weektc weekte
tc state her place iate or residence ideftce MoU MoUgy Motites MotitesJones <
Jones rCIIIOd rCIIIOdMy
gy My home Is wherever there a a Jabar Jabarwar labotwar
war dr sirThe drThe
The life story of th this l little Woman Womanwith womanwith
with the snow white hair the childlIke chUdUkeblue
childlIkeI
blue eyes and the look of perennial JMrennlalyoutbtalnes perennialyouthfulness I
youthfulness Oft her face would it It IIwere I
were Written be the history of the theUIIe th thcause
cause UIIe of orpn1aed labor For thirty thirtyyeare thirtyI
years she he has traveled throughout the thelenath th thlength I
length and breath of the land In order orderto ordetto
to stand by the workers In time of ofstreu olatresa
streu In the roughest t mining camps campsof
of the West aDd In the crowded tone tenement tonemont
mont districts or th the East Eastern m clUe citiesshe
she has brought ht to tt women or the theworkln th thworking
working < class a womauta gentle coun counNj counae
Nj ae aD to the men n sagacity dty and keen keenj L Ljudgment
j judgment t the equal of a mQ mQHelp mans mansHelp
Help ill Every La Labor or War WarYon WarTon
Yon Bee she he told me me umr my husband husbandand I Iand
and my children were burled Deal Mont Kemph Montphis
ph phis Just after the war between t tStat th thStates
Stat States That left me all alone In the thewnrlcl I Iwnrld
wnrlcl It was thirty years go that I IiIItere8ted I Ibecaipe
becaipe interested 1ft the workers or orthe 01the
the world and the thee I made their cUf1 cUf1my t tmy
my cause There hunt been e big biglabor bI bIlabor
labor war In America for the peat paatquarter peatquarter
quarter or a ceptury tury that I havent haventbeen haventbeen
been there thereWbat thereWhat
What can a woman do In a labor laborwar laboiwar
war Why Ju twice a mucb 11 as aman amanFor amanFor
For there are the WOla wotaen to be quieted quietedand I Iand
and eomforted and there re are the men I Ito
to be counseled In aU the b big < coal coalatrtk I Istrikes 1
atrtk strikes In PelIaaylV1Ull I have been on onhand I Ihand
hand trying to make the Men stand standtqether I I ItGgethes
tqether intelligently tMChift teaching them themIUtd I
and helping them as best I could couldThen I
Then there are th the little children childrenIn I
In 1ASS l I led an army o of child workers workersrom I I
trots rom the textile mills to Oyster Bay to t
WEARY OF SMALL S TOWNS TO WNS WNSGIRLS
GIRLS START FOR CITY CITYBaltimore
I II IBaltimore I
Baltimore Preferred to Brunswick and Martinsburg 3ut 3utWashington ut utXlashington
Washington Police Detain Runaways and Re Return ReturnThem rn rnThem
Them to Their Homes
DIe WeMaU aDd Pearl Pewell each eachold eachaftesa
aftesa jeers old old were very muck ant surprI antearly
prI early tbIe thl morning w when R De Detective Deteethn
tective Sean walked up to them as asuey asthey
they stepped froM a BaltimOre and andOhio andOhio
Ohio train at the UJ OD Station The Theai116 Theghie
ai116 actions had attraeted the atten attentloa attenties
ties ol the detective who thought they theyeo theywse
wse eo strangers 1a the city and that he heJnicbt hemight
might cUred them to their deaUnadon deaUnadonIts
Its all 0 o Bees said the Powell Powellgirl Powellgirl
girl when Sean asked her where 3 she shewas e ewu
wu sotng sotngIi ng nglf
Ii we had only JOt to Baltimore It ItWOlIN Itwould
would have boon aU right the other otherrepited otherrepiled
repited repitedSO repiledS
SO S lOure oura ru runaways the detective detectiveed detectiveremscked
remscked ed takln each girl b by tile arm armW armwsi
W wsi you 011 well t go 0 to Baltimore this thistime thistime
time timeThey timeThey
They were take to tile House or Do Dowhere Dotentlon
tentlon where the WeetaU girl saUl he hebe her herhine
be hine > mp was in BuIlltWicJt MB w while lle the tlteeU theioweli
ioweli eU irt Jives In Martinabur artinabur
MOTION PICTURES SHOW SHOWFT SHOWFT
FT MYER ROUGH RIDERS RIDERSExhibition RIDERSExhibition
Exhibition at Fort Gives Good Idea of Daring and Reck Reckless Reckless
less Ri Riding ling of American Troopers and Work Workof Workof
of Artillerymen U
Motion plotures have been taken or orthe
the ot officers cera aDd men or Ute Fifteenth FifteenthCava1ry
Cavalry stationed at t Fort Myer which whlebshow whichshow
show evidences of oonielp and anddarfn
I darfn daring more thrilling than the riding or orvarious ofI
I various foreign troopers ao frequently rJqucnUyshown
shown on the motion picture screen screenThat
That the American troopers are high hlghh
h pNficlent in rough riding and the thearlous thevarious
various daredevil tests or horseman boraemalli horsemanshIES
i ship If demon demonstrated trated bY the I he pictures re recently recently
cently taken of the tfteenth trooper trooperby troopersby
by th the American yttalraph Comp Company Companyand ny nyi
i and show at Fort M My CI last night nightThree nightThree
Three 8elIe of the pictures show showfight showeight
fight yot yoang ng oCftcers engaging In the themost themost
most thrilling kind of rough riding ridingi ridingOne
i One or the sorle portrays them rIding rIdingI
I their mounts down the sides of high highfmbankmentll highembankment5
fmbankmentll at an aDffIc or about nine nlnetv ninety
tv degrees To make Ute e descents the theddeors theriders
riders were lOt foted to thrOw their heads headsbak headsback
back upon their holStH back u the theureted thesurefooted
surefooted e airy mounts slid down downEvery downEvery
Every one ot Ue riders went through throuchtbls throughthis
this difficult test without a tall and the thepictures
pictures called for much applause from fromthe
the tpectators tpectatorsI
The leaping across wide streams and andSENATORS andSENATORS
SENATORS CONTEND CO TEND TENDFOR I
FOR CAPITOL PLAZA PLAZAEntire
Entire Amount of 3600000 3600000Item 3600000Item
Item Fought for in inConference inConference
Conference ConferenceWWIe
WWIe the conferees OR the sundry IIUIMkyeivii sundryeivU
eivii IaIII are still lit disagreement ov ovthe
1
the roPOMd appropc1aiJoa 0 UtGAI UtGAIfor f > I
for the enlargement oC the Capitol CapitolIt Capitolground
ground It wu JItated with au autoday authoritY authoritYtoday
today that some appropriation would be bemade I
made for this Im mmpevunent mmpevunentThe ement I
The exact mOunt of the appropriaI appropria appropriation
uo tion It Is said d I thee the Issue The HOUM 110055conferees i ieoni
eoni conferees MefJ want to cut It down wh whtk whereas whereast
tk Senate members oC the OOIIUDittee cummitte5are t i iare
are anxious that It liball remain as ID IDaerted Insetted
aerted in the bill by the Se sate Senate Appro ApproprlaUnna ApprOptmuons
prlaUnna Committee They are takt taktthe takini takinithe
the ground that If any appropriation approprtauonat appropriationL
at all as made It ahO11d be large enough enoughto L I Ito
to carry ry the whole idea into effect efrectment effectAgreement
Agreement ment was reached with recant recantto
to the FiD Art Arts Commission for the theDilJtrtcL tbeDistrict
District An amendment Ddmet1t was u proposed proJONdhowever proposedhowever
however maklDJr Spencer Cosby Super SuperInt SuperI
Int intendant Ddent oC Buildings aDd Grounds aD aDexotftclo asexofflcio I
exotftclo member ot the comlon comlonand I Iand
and d disbursing ant offtoer of the commla commlaalons commtssionj
alons funds taadaThe fundsThe
The sum um of D Cl4 was allowed for fesL I
the commission which is to study ad andrecommend L I Ir8C
recommend economies In GcwenunenL GoveramentTh i
Tb was eDt Tttts Idea ideaIt i i1t
1t w d8CtidfAI to cut dOwa Gwn the thepropriatiout a
propriatJaa for the OIP orphan U7 asylum Ja Jath I Itbe
th tbe D District rlct from SM aiee to 2irol Tbe TbeHQaM 1 1House
House conferees Insisted DtNML this re reduetion 1 1propriatJaa
dueUc dueUcMe duetion duetionsee
Me Colonel Roosevelt What did I want
him to ee them for Why I went L
there to ask him how I could set a a L
bOl IAtroduceJ Into Congress problblt proliibltht1i
t th m murier r o ltttle cta children 1ft the biB
mills of the country oouJltryNot countryNot
Not Received by Roosevelt ROOIeveltfr
fr Roo Roosevelt did not Mid me or th4 th4ddklren t tchildren
children either Now It that bad been beenPre I IPresident
Pre ldent Taft he would have given givenus I Ius
us an audien And do YOU you know knowwith I Iwith
with a sudden brightening bte oC the cotta COUDteftJlft cottatenpne
teftJlft I believe Whats mare Jira JiraTaft fra
Taft would have given those children childrensome chfldrersome
some lemonade ari 1I 1 cake No Pr PrkI Pres President
kI ident nt and Mrs iatt aft never would Aave Aavelet bavtlet
let those child r a away way IJC dlap isap isappointed
potted like Roo Rooevelt < evelt lid lidMother lidMother
Mother Jones I ve fur the eblidres
led her a1 to l te e Sorth where in inorder is isorder
order to study their condition she sheworked sinworked
worked ald side by side with tM them for four
teen iowa a a day In the cotton mills or 01
Alabama and South carolina This wi
In the old day of unrestricted eblid L I
labor In the South and she left no n nStoos
stODe unturned to inform herself thor thoroughly
oughly ot the conditions there betore
setting about righting them I I
It was lea than ei eighteen < months a
tha that Mother Tones became Interested In it I
MXIcan poUtLotl nafugHti to the Unlt United d I
States With characteristic tJc energy she sintiet
et about investigating their CU and andOftCe andonce
once her sympathies had been enlisted I
In their behalf In n raising money lot
them By superhuman effort speakln
before labor unions and telLing her stOlY sin r
to any man or woman who Would listen listenshe I
she succeeded in raising a fund oC COOO 4OO
which hlch will be u In their behalf
During the recent shirtwaist strike In I
Philadelphia and New York she wa In It f fthe
the mIdst of the tight mothering the I
hundred of shirt waist makers and do
etoI
ID < what wa within her power to nile nile1nte I
late their 8Ufterl sufferlpg For more tha14 tha
twentyftve years she has conferred I
with Presidents or the United State 1n Ii I I
b behalf balf of her children the workers hat
Influenced JecI 1egistLiGn ttJ6n < directly aDd Indt
ecUy In their b bhaJt ad has suffered I
and rejoiced always with faith in their
Cu eaueHave e eHave
Have OU ever rritten the story oC ol
your JlCer life was asked Meed her
1 have been to bu I have never
had time she an answered werecl
Dl8colllanted with Im la a entaIl plal
the girls said tbey bad cledded to IT rtr
awa away aDd 80 to altbDore where tllf
hoped tG And erlplOymeft The They hat
known each other for some tlm time 111 ari
for the last few days the Westafl Vestal I girl
had beNt vteltiDg In IarUnburg
BoUt Bted to comb to the city ci tv t to
live At first they thought they Wilud woudcome
come to Washington But Wa WathIngto hlngtl
they learned did
not offer man maiw maiwportuntties I Iportunltles
portunltles for a girl to find em emIo IOJ111t iwnt iwntso
80 they decided to 80 to Baltlmorp
Boarding a trt trn at Mart1ftsburg about abortoclock
J oclock last night they arrived la
Washington before 1 oclOCk this morn mornS mornSlug
In InAs lug
As Ast ilcKeever the Powell girls glrrsJr8nd girlsgrandfather
Jr8nd grandfather ather with whom she lives fn
Marttnsburg IrtIB burg 18 h engineer on th
Baltimore and Ohio lie H arrived in
Washington on hi regular run Just 3
few hours after his granddaughter fl Hwent
went to the House of Detention ao and l
took b back to XartlnsbW
The We tlI KIrII8 girl Is the adopted daugh
ter of a raIlroad man 1n Brunswick
She Is still at the House of Detention DetentionC
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t
oyer o ver snakeraU fences also aroused arousedanch ed edmuch
much r entlt enthusie4iu IB one or C theM plo plourea
ture t urea a rider tak takes a umible lIIe lIIemount as his hismount
mount refuses a Jump but instead or ofalling
f lIIng heavily to tIM grorad Dd he heon lands
on Ute t8lJCef fence and nd before te ilderleis
hor horse has tlmf to turn awn he offtcer offtcerI
I I i s on h his hack again 11a1s edaIbitiOn e2hlbUOnproved I IproTfd
I proved bl hthly hly amusing
Thee pictures were take at J4IaI Bdaila BdailaVa
Va fourteen miles west of Ow fort tor1The
The other pictures were oC the Flat
5qudron dron of the troop ant the Second Secooduadron
Squadron uadron of the Third Field Artillery ArtJlIer7e
The e cavalrymen were mown going
through their tamo and thrtlIng bar barbetic bare barehecc
betic monkey rldlr1C and their fajacy
drills The picture also showed the theartillery theartillery
artillery dashing al niong dusty roads and andacross nd ndacross
across rugged 181ds loading IM4I and Snug ftrInltand
and demonstrating aU of the variot variotother vailotsother
other art known to this broach et the theervI
ervI s ervice erviceCapt
ervICapt
Capt G C Barnhardt adjutant or the thepo thepost
po post t wu In charge ct the exhibition exhibitionand exhibitionand
and prominent among the Invited guests XUelltSwne guestswere
were General BIxby chief of engIneers eDf1neenJColonel engIneersColonel
Colonel and Mrs Duncan CoioDel and anetIn andMrs
In Beach enxtaeer std ad Captaiaftd Captain Captainand
and Mrs Marshall I I
The me pictures were ow 1ft the therldl theiding
rldl r iding school Thursday m night t tor UN ea eatertalnment enertainment
tertalnment t ot the enlisted man ad adtheir
their friends friendsMONITOR
PURITAN PURITANTO
TO FiND NEW NE BERTH BERTHNavys BERTHNavys
Navys White Elephant to toBe toBe
Be Taken to Hamp Hampton Hampton
ton Roads RoadsTue
I
be moakor Puritan wIak whItk baa been 1HIeacIaored beenanchored
anchored at the loot oC Seventh street streettor mteatfor
for several year aDd upon which the theDI8triet
theI
DI8triet DIstt of ColUMbIa aaval Jlllllda Jllllldabeea baa baabeen I
been allowed to usa for Practtce Practtceau erulses erulsesham
au 110 per persistently thretIened to ettle ettleIn t tIn
In the mud of the Potomac that the ot otAcIa18 ofAdah
AcIa18 of Ute Bureau of Navigation ol olthe 01 01the
the NaY Department bav have decided to toJDOYe itmove
move the ship to Hampton Roads Roacbwhere Roadswhere
where ebe e a7 lie In a afer berth berthIt berthft
It Is a WeIIklOWn fact that the local localcbaaftel I
Ir
channel Is not deep enough to allow allowbartlbl r
battleships or heavily armored crulwn crulwnto I
cruiscrir
to ateaJD up the Potomac any fartMr r I ItbaD
than Alexandria drla a It was onl only I ydint b bdint r
dint or some rather clefti DaYIca oathat I
II
that a Heel of the Puritans tn was wasPUllMd watpushed I
pushed Intoo int the shot water of the bar baIbot barb05
bot at the toot of Seventh street atreetFor streetFor
For the ftnt time ID three years ean the thewnttor titimonitor
monitor had her full complement of ofmea 01 r rmen
mea 0 on board yeterday eurdaY tuning the thenext t tnext
next ten day Jibe will M painted tree treeaDct t tand
and other preoparadoas made for her herendM hocruise
cruise to Hampton Roads IIAt RoadsAt
At Jew tide the Puritan ball bees aI 1 1most I IMCMt
most eO05Instiy nirud This ftdaat seftb r rat
at low wat water r became 8ft th threateidni entn entnthat r
that the department ftnan Snally decided that I I IamI4IM
Ir
unless JIbe were removed 0 4opei 4opeiwater t r
water she would stnk ti III M soft mud mudbottom mw I Ibottom
bottom or the Potomac aDd b become a abelpless i I Ihelpless
helpless derelict derelictThe derelictThe
The Puritan cost IitiI lJiiIii Dearl7 tn tny twanago
y an ago < 0 and she 18 equipped Wit th thj t tpowerful
j powerful armament including < four fourtwelve r rtwelveinch
twelve twelveinch Kh SUns aDd starboard and ant I Iport
I port batteries of smaller caliber caliberI caliberLike
Llk Like all the other monitors she he wu wubuilt I Ibuilt
I built for harbor defense primarily but butIt t tit
It was never Intended that a boat of her hera r rstn
stn a slid d displacement should be put at atI a t tancboraae
I ancho ancboraae at a point where here at low tide tideher tid r rher
her keel touched bOttom aDd where bere sbe sbethreaten sb t tthreatens
threaten to link for good KOOdSENATOR goodsENATOR
SENATOR McCUlABER McCUlABERTO
TO LEAVE HOSPITAL HOSPITALExpected HOSPITALExpected
Expected to Be Out in Tft Two > Weeks Weeksand Weekand
and Leave for HOlMe HOlMeJuly HeU HeJuly
U
July 15 15Pitysidana
Phyaidans at the GarfteId Hopital Hopitalue I Iare
ue oC the opinion that satocJ Senator Porte PorteJ
J McCumber wtU be able to leave tor torhis fo fohis
his home Ja North Dakota shoe abQnJuly shoeJnIylL
July JnIylL JnIylLSenator Ji
Senator eCumMr has been b conftued conftuedat conflunat
at the hospital for several weeks eeka as the theresult tb tbresult
result of aA operation It was Mate IItatedtoday Matetoday
today that while the Senator Is improv improvIng hnpsovlug
lug very slowly his condition Is and JlUchthat
that h he win be able to Jea leave ve th the to tltutIon luntitulion
lion within the next two weeh weehIt
It WU expected that tbfl the Senate storWould r rwould
Would be moved to his home l in this city cit r
thiS week but a sl slight t rela relapse suiff ued ued8Cveral re I Iseveral
several days ago 01 DeCe88ftate him S Sstaying
8tay1 staying at the hospital several cia cialonger day t tlonger
longer longerBOARD longerBOARD
BOARD OF TRADE TRADETO TRADETO
TO RECEIVE TEXANS TEXANSPlans TEXANPlans
Plans are being eo by UM UMBoard tb a aBoard
Board ot Trade for the entertainment of ofa o I Ia
a party or Houston Tex real estat estatmea a ainn
mea numbering < In the aeghborhood of ofm1ho o t t1z
m1ho 1z whO will visit Washington Va on August AugustJust 5 p pJust
Just what will be done for the South Soutbern Southera
era visitors hu not been n Mtenntned Mtenntnedbut I Ibut
but It hi probable that the entertainment entertainmentwill t twill
will take either the form of a receptJon It Itor
01 an automobile ride about theclt thecltThe
The Texans are members or the Hens Houston Henston
ton Real Estate Exchange < e aDd wUl wUlmake wil Il Ilmake
make a tour of the prlDc1 principal A1 cities of o It
the United Stt States during the month of o f
August They will be headed by Minor r
Stewart and George M Woodward Woodwardpresfdpnt I Ipresident
president and se p rf tal > respectively or o 1
the Houston Exfhangt >
SHAKESPEARE HEARD HEARDIN I IINMINIATURE
MINIATURE IN ARDEN ARDENOU ARDENOutdoor
OU Outdoor tdoor Performances on onWhite onWhite
White House Grounds GroundsDelight GroundsDelight
Delight Audiences AudiencesAnI
AnI Andes was DOt DIG mote beuI In the theda thaayi
da d ayi when 8bak Seskespeire wrote than was wasIta
Ita i ts mimic counterpart laM night when wbeRthe
the CoIN Cobern Play Players rendered As You YouLike I IUIte
Like It beneath the trees ol the White WhiteHCMiee WhiteHo
HCMiee Ho se lawn In the pre enoe of the p pI Ptes
i d t and Mrs Tat and a large rge but 1IatAnxious
m05 audiesee audieseeAnxlo
I Anxious Anxlo because or tile threatening Jlg Jlgclouds
clouds that aU the while lowed from frOlRabove
above Ad beyond the MoeU Mocument leftt the theweather
weather man all the tJJDe thn WM doing Ilk Ilk1Hwt hisbeet
I
beet to a avert vert the cata catastrophe trop e or a 1 1u gqt
u ine Mona And die PreflldeAt showed sbowetlh
h is confidence 1ft 11 his subordinate at the thewetuher
wetuher Bunu by sitting Wag tight even evenwben
wheat a few gentle dlOp11 of ram stain stampeded
peded ed many oC the U listeners listenersTot teoel8 teoel8For
For a brief minute Itlooke4 It looked u though thoughOrIMldo
Orlando would not sea his RO ItftCI ItftCIclothed
clothed In her own Original HIt aM aMwould
would DOt bear away the reward hI hIt
passionate t Ieve 1ov deserved The raln ralneame
eame c while wb jet she sported as the thechanning thecharming
charming shepherd but the Pre President ldentstayed Presidentstayed
stayed and with him many ef the and aadlMOe anden
MOe en to see tile Saab aDd Its joyous joyoussong
0 song oC united couples coupIera couplesMrs
Mrs ra CHurn W8 a most delightful deHghtblROUUD delightfulRosalind
Rosalind iskly k17 ad airily she 1M 1Mthe ledthe
the lovIona Orlando ey over r tile e path or orlove orove
love l ove
Played Under the M MThe Msa MsaTb
The Tb moon came ot last night ntsbtthreU nightthrough
through h the clouds u Orlando wu wup1ayms wasplaying
playing at love with the shepherd In Inthe Inthe
the fore < Fireflies flitted pst the tlMWYe thelovers
WYe lovers and tAts flew swiftly by In Inpunult Inpursuit
pursuit of foolish moths attracted attraetedb
b by the lights The V01088 of the t1HIebon thechorus
ebon hidden behind the knoll 0011wheN knollwhere
wheN the dalnt dainty pia play wu ena4tecl ena4teclAide enetdadded
Aide < to h he beauty of f It all W Wwltb Stiwith
with the ea beauties U or nature as Ole OleWttJDP thesettings
settings of the love play the songs songsot songsof
ot the eho chorus the wit or the actors aetOniand actorsand
and the happy sentiment Ument that bcoal brought broughtabout ht htabout
about the proper ending of It aU for loreVtrybody foreverybody
everybody the spectators carried carriedway carriedaway
away way with them notbln nothing but peace
ful rememb romembtncea Dces of the sylvan play
As Orlando Coburn wa Jut the themaa theman
man Handsome and manly It was W1UIDO wasno
DO wonder that aoUDd loved him at
first sight > He w wes Just as foolish a
lover iLl such a YOUD young man should be
but no more so His tenderness to toward toward
ward Ute feebl feeble old Adam which
Rodoa ErlYDae played 80 admirably
and bl We contempt for the m melancholy lanCbol lanCbolJacq
Jacq Jacques were all done well by Mr
Cobu CobuJacque Coburn CoburnJacques
Jacques played by Frank Peter
did not make 80 lasting an impression impressionashelaexpeetedtomakelnthisplay
ashelaexpeetedtomakelnthisplay M Is ex to make in thl pia piaut
ttit ut Aupatln DnDcan Ttouctwteae Ttouctwteaewas
was excellent H He displayed dJDJr dJDJrably admirably
ably tJI the wit and grimace ot the theclown
do clown who almost reached the phil philosogher
osogher sher sherA
A Silly A1Iirey A1IireyDd AndreyAnd
Dd Audrey his country wench that thath thatbe
h be bed stolen from William the oasis OOUDt oasistry
t try lout l ut she be WM u funny and sin sinu silly sillyas
u she could be made K Allee
Wilson played the silly Audre Audrey ad admlrabl adinhably
mlrabl inhably Her giggle caught the humor amorof humorof
of the crowd Amelia Barleeon was wasentle a agentle
gentle entle and nd lovable Celia
Tb The local chorus was under the dI dIr dlrection
r rection tloa of KI Miss Bentley director of ofmuak ofmusic
music oC the Washington public publicIChool publicschools
IChool schools and each 803 < received Ived the theapproya theapproval
approval of the IlatetiWS The voices yoaeeof voicesof
of the girls blended well and the therendItion therendition
rendItion o of each song Indicated Idlcatedcar Indicatedcareful
car careful ful practl practlI practice
I in the afternoon Twelfth Night WM
played before tOlfl a large audience Mated
In the shade oC the tr trees ee behind the open openair
air theater No o better prooC soo that Shake Shakespeare Shakemeant
speare meant his listeners to be amused
Is M than numerous broad comedy
1KPDe8 ° In tl this pia play The Un lines them themselves
seWN aDd tM work of J T Kennedy
as Sir Toby Belch combined to make
them the moet enjoyed portions or the I
rrforman Mrs Coburea wa pea
SrfOIlDaDCft tag as Viola The play Ie hardly 110 well wellIU wellsuited
IU suited t for outdoor presentation u UA5 Aa
You LIke It aDd t still l lem for perform performance
ance I in broad daylight daylightAll
All Ia all th playing of both coma
dies was a distinct triumph for tIM Co l
burn plAyers and Its retur returns wits make Jaakea
a most generous us contribution to the
funds of the Wa Washington hf Playgrounds
Aa8oclatlon Aa8oclatlonCOLLECTING AseodaUonCOLLECTING
COLLECTING FUND FUNDTO FUNDTO
TO RAISE MEMORIAL MEMORIALStatue
Statue of Archbishop Carroll to Be Beced BePlgced
Plgced ced on Georgetown Uni University University
versity versityAnnom Grounds Grounds1UIOWIeement
1UIOWIeement was made today tt ttthe thath
the h work or collecting the funds for a ais
15 is memorial statue oc Ardablshop ArdablshopJo Arcbbisho I IJohn
Jo a Carroll to be erect ereetd In the thexrouDds thegrounds
grounds at Georgetown OWJl by the alumni alutof alumniof
of the university has been hepa aDd I I
that committee chairmen In vart vrow vrowcities
eWes hav have reported great progress I
Archbishop carroll was 1M founder or 01 t I
the university According to pn t L
plans aDd It subscriptions continue as sithey
they have be the dedication ot th thstatue the thestatue
statue will take place this com coming Win wlftter Winter
ter terGeorge George A Ha Hamilton Is p president t of the thesUb8ertptJon I Isubscription
subscription committee John A COn COnway Conway
way trf4I8UI8I aDd Cbarle T 1 Murphy Jlurphysecretary I IThose
secretary secretaryTbo8e
Those soliciting contributions In dIffer dlaernt dIfferout
out nt cities are John S Agar Robert 1 1Collier JCollier
Collier and James Dunui NeW York YorkJames rorkJames
James F Callahan Chlca3o1 Chicago Judpe Den DeDworth Denworth
worth Seattle James Gray Little Rock RockAIrEd RockAlfred
AIrEd Grlna New Orleans former Gov Governor Govctnor
ernor H Higgins Providence R R I IDaniel Mayw
Daniel Lwler St Paul William A A AMeGth
XeGath PhIladelphia HOB A W WXadlpn WMadigan
Xadlpn Kansas Walter S Martin MartinSan
San Francisco TuUm F Walsh St StLouis StLouis J
Louis William J QulcksaH Washton Wash Washton
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ANOTHER ANOTHERHUSBAND HUSBAND HUSBANDFormer
Former Princess Chimay ChimayMourning ChimayMourning
Mourning Departure of ofHandsomest ofHandsomest
Handsomest Man ManPARIS MamPARIS
PARIS JWfl 1L MAnother DOtJIer chapter Ia Iathe
the somber lNtr romnees Of the oeee o beau bMaUtul
Utul U ful Clara Ward oc e Detroit was re rev se
v akMi here 8 toda today w whet tM woman WOlDlUlthe sow
the wte wife of PeppIDo RicdanJJ RicdanJJmade o Naples
made known that JIbe had bass de rte4by
by b Y her husband who accused Mr oC It ItIntrigue
Intrigue i with the family botIerJttedardt better betterRiccirdi
Jttedardt was known as tile tileJIIA band
s emest man ID Naples He IIIUIIed marriedda
1 I wife shortly after her desertion b
the gypsy violinist 1U8o fat left of ofwhoM ofwhosat
whoM she deserted her Inst hr hrPrIDee husbandrince
PrIDee P Ch1maT and b a social aoda1outea8t socialutcast
outea8t o It is reported that JUccIudt JUccIudthac Ricelardiaa
hac b aa toa4e med absolutely JIG 0 oslsloa u or orhis oris
his h is wife thoucIa be J a a JDIaJfl man pt con constderable conidesable
stderable s wealth w1tbSi wealthSignora
Si Signora < nora RleeIanU reeetYed a eerie eorreapeDde eeriepend
apeDde s pend t tOda today and to him protested proteetedher
her h er bI insoeence of the charge made madeaptn madegainst
aptn a t her b by her huiiband TheM TheMNeapol1taJI TbmeNeapol
Neapol1taJI Neapol tans ue = ao jealous tie ex exclaimed axlaimed
claimed c with dramatic eoct ect I IDever I was wasever
ever n guilty of an any misconduct with our ourhIItler ourbutler
butler but I couJcInt convince Pep Pepbroke
ptoo ptooHere
Here Ute WOIftA broke into tears and andMblng andmining
mining a picture of her husband from fromher frombOy
her dresaer abe kissed It fervently
Oh M was such a h handsome man manbe man manshe
be continued 1R a paIOX7JIID of p1eL gilefRigs
Rigs never touched JD heart like Pep Peppine
pine did I admired RiO bat I JooNd JooNdPeppbao isredPeuelno
Peppbao with aU my heart heartPepplao heartPepptno
Pepplao made me dye my hair bIacIt bIacItI bl blI
I would have done anythl anything for him I IkDew Iknew
knew trouble wu brewing < for me the theda theday
da day before be left me I broke two mir mirror mitrots
rots I rave written to t him him but he her berefuses
r refuses tU8M to answer my haters U he hecanda hecontinues
canda continues to pore me I will marry marryagain
again for I cannot rentals alone No Nobody Nobody
body one understand JIM for 111I DOt DOtlike notlike
like other people peopleBo
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DOW In the Western part of the United UJltedStau UnitedStates
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with a woman In AmerIca after 6M er1his deserttug
tug his wife and this woman ill DOW DOWIYGree nowbeing
being stied kor divorce IYGreeThe divorceThe
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Francis S S and Anna C Stoddud girl
Frank aDd Clara E Tftft boy
Thomas A A and Teresa X Bench boy
I DIxon aDd Beale Hospital c girlJacob
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the Supreme Cocrt Of the District or
Columbia Y THE Th JlU8N JiI JiIACTrRlXG MANU MANUACTUmNG
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