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NU3tB NUMBER ER 6746 Yesterdays Yesterdays Circulation 46022 W WASHINGTON FRIDAY EVES EVEZ3LNG I2TGr JUNE 24 1910 Eighteen Pages PRICE Jf 1PS CJDrt
COTTON iINKCASE iINKCASEi LEAK CASE CASEENOS
ENOS IN i 1 BIG tl FINES FINESTO I ITWO
IDPLEAO TWO PLEAD GUILTY GUILTYHaas
Haas Pays 5000 While WhilePeckham WhilePeckham 1hile 1 1Peckham
Peckham 1 Is Assessed Asse ed
6000 on Motion MotionHOLMES l MotionHOLMES otion otionHOLMES
HOLMES IS STILL STILLUNDER STILLUNDER STILLUNDER
UNDER INDICTMENT INDICTMENTHowever INDICTMENTHowever
I IHowever
However By Recent Ruling a Gov Government Government Government ¬
ernment Employe on a Jury JuryInvalidates JuryInvalidates JuryInvalidates
Invalidates Its Acts ActsThe ActsThe ActsThe
The long l famous cotton leak ease easena C4UteWatt inanen
n Watt na as practically J terminated todaywhen today todaywhen t4Hlayhen
when hen Moires Eau of New ew York and andFrederick adFrederick andFrederick
Frederick Peckham of ClndnnetiGulp Clacinnjutl ClacinnjutlOhio CtnciRn U Uhio
Ohio hio admitted that they were technsaliy tech technically technally ¬
nically guilty of conspiring to elCect elCectnisconduct elCeetrrdsconduet
nisconduct In office on the part of ofLdwln orLd ofLdwln I
Ldwln Ld wIn S Holmes Jr who in 196 196was 15 15v 198as
v was as assistant statistician of the De Department Department ¬
partment of Agriculture in charge of ofthe orthe ofthe
the cotton reports Haas paid a a fine flueof fineof
of 6000 and Peckham a fine of ofDOOO ofooo
DOOO DOOOThe 1000The ooo oooThe I
The men appeared before Justloo JustlooAshley Justl JustlAshley JusttoaAshley
Ashley M L Gould in Criminal Court J
No 1 They were released shortlybefyre shortly shortlybefore shortlybt
before bt < fre HOOK other indictments stand standing staJ1dIng standing ¬
ing against a J18t them having been beenquashed benq beenquashed
quashedIn quashed quashedIndicted q uhe4 uhe4In
Indicted In 1lcted originally orI nally in the ootton cottonleak oottonllak oottonleak
leak cases vwere were ere the two men who whoentered whoentered I
entered pleas of guilty tor toCfsy NJ y Theo Theodore Theodore Theodure ¬
dore H lL Price the socalled New ew York SforkCotton YorkCotton
Cotton C llon King and Holmes HolmesPrice HolmesPrice HolmesPrice I
Price who was cited for trial under underIndictments underlIdlctments underindictments
Indictments returned in 19 1918 8 three threeyears threeEr8 threeyears
years Er8 after the first set of Indict Indictments Indictrrents ¬ I InEnts
ments was relieved of responsibility responsibilityla re lon8tbllltyIn
la the matter by the recent ruling of ofJustice ofJUftice ofJustice
Justice Gould vacating acatlR the later In Inthe Indictmelt5 indictments
the dictmelt5 tine nts on the ground that one of ofGovernment otUe ofthe
Ue men members hers of the grand jury was a aGvrnnlent aG
G Government + ver nnent employe This ruling re relieved relited relieved ¬
lieved all of the indicted man but butIlulmes butHl butHuimee
Ilulmes Hl md who did not file a jea flea In Inabatement Inabatement
I Inbatenllnt
abatement abatementHolmes I i
Holmes Still Under Indictment IndictmentHolmes IndictmentHolmee i iHolmfS
Holmes still stands indicted and andvhat autlw1at andwhat
what disi dl81oeiUon + o esition ition may be made of his hiscuse hiscse hiscase
case is II not known knownAttorney kRO9RAttorRey knownAttorney
Attorney Wharton E Lester who whorepresent whorepresentio WhorEIJresentll
represent Holmes saidtoday salt today that he hehid helud hehsd
hid nut been advised adYls of the apurse apurseatiopled toaerseaitopted tnIe tnIeadopled
atiopled by Haas and Peckham and andcould andcpu1J andcc
cc could uld not tell at thife th time UmeJw how he hev hetin het
v t tin UI add hits hl client J A AThp AThf AThp
Thp plesrt n a nLJCUHty v entered en JetI tnwHaaA tnwHaaAfln1 baiiWsaann ai ailIn
lIn fln1 + l PecfcaaarMNiHniBrisae Peck is toe te end en < < of a the fieP nvef thev
v f irs r 12 light Tad fadictmente 1a Ictnl t1alle allege allegeTlflt l ltl 1flat
flat tl t they entered into a conspiracy t tobair tll tllcValr tocs < >
cs obair + air advance information on 0 the cot cotton cottn cotton ¬
ton crop rop from Mr Holmes aDd aDdsueh used usdsuch usedsuch
such Infotmatlon Infot matbn in bisinetra b deals dealsIndictments dealsIndictmtnts dealsIndictments
Indictments were returned in 1905 f I and andtwice andtwic andtwice
twice Judges jud of New e York courts de deilaml dellamI delared
ilaml that no statute existed hereby nherebrte herebythe herebltt
the men I T could C uld be convicted of a crimeThe crime crimeThe crlmeTh
The Th o11JI r hnnees II dealt with the cotton retort re reTort reTort
Tort for the th month of June Jun 1S66 and In InIi08 1nl Ini
Ii08 l S a law la was passed by Congress ConJt mak makirr nlakir makirc
irr ir it a crime to conspire con olre to effect ntis ntist 11s 11srlndll
t r rlndll > nduct t of 1 office on the part of a Gov aovernrnent Government 3ovfrnmtnt ¬
ernment official officialHolme offlc officialHnlre lI lIHo1ll1tf
Holme ee was broueht to trial separate separately tparatsl
ly l in 1K 19 but at the completion of the theLearirr theLearlr I I11Uh
11Uh Learirr the fury stood six for acquittal acquittaland acquittalarid
and fix ix for conviction constituting a amistrial atr11 airI I
tr11 mistrial iriaL iriaLAdkins rlal
rlalAdl Adkine Adl m Recommendejl Fines FinesSr FinesSrla FinesScciat I
Sr Srla orial Assistant itltaot Attorney AttOlIK General GeneralJessr GenralJcs
3 Jessr C Adkin in appearing aD eann for the theGovernment t1MGcnrnment theGovernment
Government today tcld the he court that thatin thatin thatin
in view v ew of the plea of guilty the Depart LJ Departsnert > rt i
inert of Justice was not disposed dt po ett to adnc ad advociUe 1 < < 1 1oca
vociUe nc oca ate l a sentence nte e of imprisonment but butvnvM butv I
vnvM v n Id be satisfied < l with a substantial substantialfine substantial11ic bMant 1
fine finefie 1jT 11icrip Q
fie Qap lechvmi owever < < that the depart departneritlflicved departnElt departIt
neritlflicved nElt It lelkved 1 Iiived that Haas I moral reapon reaponjrtiilitv resionlity I Iriltv
jrtiilitv riltv lity in iii tile matter was greater than thal11hlt thantlat
1131 of Peckhivm and that he would OUHl sug sugccst sugest
ccst > est gt that Haas line be heavier heavierAfttr heavier1f
Afttr 1f ftH cr hearing heArin Judge l Kkwood < c1lood of I
New York who lto with Attorney Henri K JHIT E EIt
Im Izvis It is j5 of this city and Attorney Fuller Fullerof
of New Yrrk api appeared > eared for the defend defendtnu im1
anis m1 tnu Justice Gould nuid raid aid aidI Id
1 am willing mln to follow folio the recommen recommencluttons
cluttons of If the special edal counsel and of o the1 th the
Drartment nmntm I nartment nt af 3 Justice and I believe the th s serdr i ien1 1rd
en1 rd of justice JWIt ice will be served by b a substantlal sub substantial ¬
stantial fin finMAN fine
1 1MAN
MAN LEAPS TO DEATH DEATHIN i i iIN
IN NIAGARA FALLS FALLSNIAGARA FALLSl FALLSNIAGARA
NIAGARA l AGARA FALLS N Y June St J I
S Sorts ores of tourists t UrlaU to today is isy y saw 89 a man leap 10611into
into Niagara river from the second Sis ¬
ter Island IslandA
A moment later I ter he was swept to death deathover deathover deathover
over Horseshoe Horse hoe falls fallsWEATHER rallLWEATHER fansWEATHER
I IA
WEATHER REPORT REPORTA
A marked change to lower tempera ¬
ture is reported from the northern
Plains States and the northern Rocky
mountain region and a moderation of
the warm wave is in progress in the thenorth thlnorth thenorth
north Atlantic States and the Lake re region region region ¬
gion gionThe gionTbe gionThe
The indications Indlcatk D6 are that the weather
In the States east c of the Mi Mississippiriver Mississippi Mississippiriver tssippl tssipplriver
river will be generally fair tonight and andSaturday andSaturday andSaturday
Saturday SaturdayFORECASTS SaturdayFOlECASI SaturdayFO11ECAST
I
FORECASTS FOR THE DISTRICT DISTRICTFair DISTRICTFair DISTRICTFair
Fair tonight and Saturday Satur T mewhat aemewhatI mewhatlower I Iluwer
lower I wer temperature t light t northerlyAnds northerly northerlyAV DOltberlyinds
AV inds I ITJiMPJeRATURES
TJiMPJeRATURES TChPERATURZSS i
S a m me
e a m 7 7lu
11 a 9 JU t 7 7f 79 79I
f 3 z I i p a pm pm noon rn m m mm m m mmmm mmmmSUN Sh Shpm 9l 9lz SI St StSUN D Dpm
SUN TABLB TABLBSun TABLESun i
Sun S n rises 44 = W WSun t tS 1 1sets
Sun S n sets 710 710TID
TIDE TID TABLE TABIJBToday TABLETodayHigh
Today TodaH1 TodayHigh H1sh h tide 88 S iS a m and an 581 581p 931J
p J m U Low tide 25 R a m and 547 n p pm pTomorrow pomorrowHlgh pm pTomorrowIIigh
m
Tomorrow omorrowHlgh High tide 944 41 a m and
1015 p m Low La tide S3S a m and 4X 430p 4Xp 431p
p m mHARPERS mHARPERS mHARPERS
HARPERS FERRY June 34 HBoth 24Bathrivers HBothrvers Both Bothrvers
rvers very v8r muddy this morning morningPairs morningPairs morningPairs
Pairs of No NO1 i Blinds Blini s for 125 125Frank tssFrank 25 25FraRk
Frank Llbbey S Co 6th S N Y Ave AveAdv AvcAdv dyeadv
Adv Advtai
tai
Figures and Scenes Scen sn In Charlton Murder Case I I
CAPT HENRY HARRISON SCOTT SCOTTBrother SCOTTBrother
Brother of Murdered Woman who will Fight Plea of Charltons Insanity InsanityBetween InanityBetween InsanityBetween I
Between Two Attorneys
CHARLTON BEFORE THE RECORDER RE O AFTER MAKING HIS CONFER CONFE CONFESluN fuN
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BURTON BURTONSENATEFILIBUSTER CONTINUES CONTINUESSENATE
SENATE SENATEFILIBUSTER SENATEFILIBUSTERSolons FILIBUSTER FILIBUSTERSolons
Solons Hot Literally and andFiguratively andFiguratively andFiguratively
Figuratively and Forest ForestBill For st stBill
1
Bill Is Halted HaltedA I IA
A midsummer filibuster may have its itscharms itacbanna itscharms
charms but the United States Senate Senatedoes Senatedoes Senatedoes
does not seem in the mood to t appre appreciate appreciatQ ¬
ciate clat them This body just sits and andswelters andswoltens andswolters I
swelters and glares at the fllibusterers fllibusterersThat flilbusterersThat
That is about all that it eeems capable capableof
of doing inasmuch as the code of ofcourtesy otcourtesy ofcourtesy
courtesy must be maintained Inviolatewhether inviolate inviolatewhether Inielatewhetber
whether there is an early ear adjournment adjournmentoC
o oC r whether there is not notSenator notsenator j jenator
Senator enator Burton is the cause of thepresent the thepresent
present discontent In the Senate Hecan He Hecan Hecan I
can see no good in the Appalachian and andWhite aDdVhtte andWhite
White Mountain Forest Reserve billHe bill
He thnlks it is of too great reat importance Importanceto I
to be hurriedly considered and is there thecetore therefore i ifore
fore taking his time He opened his hislire hisfire hisfire
fire yesterday on the measure mea > > ure and andafter aDdafter andss
after weary hours the Senate reccased reccaseduntil rec reces recesuntil ss sed edeed d
until 1 10 oclock today todayT todayThere I
There T re was a truce for two hour this thismomlnJ thismorning
morning during which bleh time the Senate Senatepaasea Senaterassec enate enateCI1le
paasea calendar CI1le ar measures fl The Ohio OhioSenator j jSenator iSenator
Senator vas on the Job however pre propared prepared prepartd
pared to renew his opposition to the bill billJurt i iJu5t iJut
Jut at the hour of noon he announced announcedthat anuo announced 1nee1 i ithat
that h Jw would submit a few more more remarks re remarks r
I Ilwanl
marks There was a sigh sl h of disgust disgusthranl dl disgustheard tlt
heard throush the whole chamber chamberOcaetonaliy
I
Ocaetonaliy Oa fttnal1v Senator Burton or sum
symnHthlxer would glance about him lummako hummake
make a uolni of no quorum qUO J and start starethe startthe I Ithe
the monotonous unONl calling of the roll again againof In Inor j
Of eo conrs o tree there was JUt no quorum yetwith yet yetwith yetwith
with each 4h roll call prewiring Jr fqMrlntt Senators Senatorscame Senatorscame Senatorscame
came forth from rcm cloak rooms standing standingtheir s standhnKtheir ln lntheir
their ground lone enough enou h to answerpresent answer j jpresent jprMftAt
present and then retire r t re one on more morebeond j
beyond be ond the th sound of the filibustered filibusteredA
A few of the faithful remained on then the1floor I IIOor
floor Senator ator Brandegee who is in incharge I Icharge
charge of the forest reserve bill was wasthere wastit wasthere
there tit ere He mov moved ed about from seat to toseat toseat toseat
seat wildly wielding the trusty palm palml palmtltn palmleaf
l leaf Lf fan and vigorously mopping a wor worrkl worrl worri
rkl rl brow Senator ator Newlands Newla s calmsmiIng calm calmsmiling calmsmralng
smiling everready paced the chamber chamberfloor chamberfloor chamberfloor
floor prepared at a minutes notice to torelieve torelieve torelieve
relieve the filibustering Burton Senator SenatorBailey SenatorDaney SenatorBailey
Bailey who initiated a little filibuster filibusterof Ubustorof
of his own against the army engineer engineerincrease en engineerincrease neor neorIncrtRH
increase bill looked on approvingly approvinglyEverybody approvl approvinglyEverybody ly lyEYlITbody
Everybody else was mad Everybody Everybodyelse EV8Ibodycls
else cls was hot hotIt botIt hotIt
It Is If not a matter of passing the bill billThe qlJThe billThe
The Senate as a whole does not care caremuch caremuch
much whether the bill is passed or r deContinued de deContlnued d dContinued
Continued on Page Thirteen
COOLER WEATHER WEATHERIN
IN A DAY OR TWO TWOI TWOForecaster TOForecaster I
Forecaster Says Northwest NorthwestBreeze NorthwestBreeze I IBreeze
Breeze Has Broken Hot HotWave HotWave I IWave
Wave Temporarily TemporarilyA i iA
i ieonditions
A return to nearly normal weather weatherconditions weatherconditions
conditions for the next thirtysix hours hoursIs hoursIs
Is the glad promise prom held out to Wash Washington washI washIIngton WashIngton ¬
ington today toda by the forecaster at the theWeather theYeether theWeather
Weather Bureau The insufferable heat heatof heatot heatof
of the past few f w days was relieved early earlythis earlythis earlythis
this morning by a stiff breeze blowing blowingfrom blowingtrom blowingfrom
from the northwest and which follow following tollowIn followIng ¬
ing In upon the hottest night of the year yearwas yearwas
was gratefully erully received by Washington Washingtoncitizens Washingtoncitizens rashlngtoncitizens
citizens citizensAt
At 1430 t oclock Oils morning the thormometor thor thermometer thormometor ¬
mometor ate at the Weather Bureau regis registered r8Iistered registered ¬
tered fl SO degrees which was six degrees degreescooler degreescooler
cooler titan yesterday By noon tho thomercury thomereury themercury
mercury had risen ri en only a little higher higherstanding higherStndh1 higherstanding
standing Stndh1 at C degrees dqr as against 90 degrees de degrees degr ¬
grees gr at the same hour yesterday yesterdayTonight yesterdayTonight e terda terdaTonight
Tonight the forecaster promises con conditions condltkms conditiens ¬
ditions will be even better and a some somewhat somewhat somewhat ¬
what lower temperature may be expected ex expected expected ¬
pected early In the evening The Theweather Theweather Theweather
weather will continue fair with light to tomoderate tomoderate tomoderate
moderate winds prevailing prevailingIjLSt prevailingLast
Last Iastnlght night was the hottest t of the year yearThe yearThe ear earThe
The official temperature recorded at S 3oclock Soclock Soclock
oclock was K degrees At midnight midnighttho
tho thermometer thermom ter at the be Weather Bureau Bureaupointed Bureaupointed
pointed to 79 degrees d rees and the lo lot est esttemperature esttemperature esttemperature
temperature reached was 78 degrees The Therecords Therecords
records of the tMklOsk kiosk on Pennsylvania Pennsylvaniaavenue Penngyhanlaavenue Pennsylvaniaavenue
avenue in front of the Munsey building buildingliowever buildinghoweer buildinghowever
however tell another story They show showthat showthat showthat
that at that location thv th mercury rcu wont wontas wontas
as 8 high hl < < h as 92 9 degrees and that 86 was wasthe wasthe wasthe
the lowest register registerDuring r registerDuring ter terDuring
During the evening several hurry calls callswere MIlswere callgwere
were received at various hospitals In the thecity thecity theecity
city for aid to those prostrated by b theheat the theheat theheat
heat Six S or eight persons fell uncons uncon unconscious unconIous ¬
scious s Ious on the streets streetsAmong streetsAmong streetsAmong
Among them were Mabel Victory VlctQr who whofainted whofainted ho I Ifainted
fainted in a Ninth Inth street theater MaryBryan Mary MaryBryan
Bryan a negro ne who fell on the street streetHilda strtetHilda streetHilda
Hilda Bladensburg of Norfolk ra raEleanor raEleanor raEleanor
Eleanor Barry a negro and an uniden unidentified unidentified ¬
tified negro man who was taken to the theFreedmans theFreedmans theFreedmans
Freedmans Hospital HospitalXo <
No prostrations from heat were re recorded recorded recorded ¬
corded today todayWeather todayhther todayZVeather
Weather conditions throt throbrlt 8Tcnt the thftcountry th thcountry thecountry
country are today somewhat improved improvedsays LorprovedmYS Lrprovedsays
says the official forecaster forecasterNEW forecuterNEV forecasterNEW
NEW WAR MINISTER IN PERU PERULiEMA PERULDL PERULIMA
LIMA Peru Jnne M 24Co1 Col Jose JR JRPlzarro ItPizarro RPlZRrro
Plzarro has bean apeointed ministry mlnls of ofwnr ofwnr ofwnr
wnr to succeed Gen P B MuoXz un1z re resigned resigned ¬
signed 1bn ed
A
i
PORTER CHARLTON CHARLTONWhose CHARLTONWhose CHARLTONWhose
Whose Preliminary Hearing On the Charge of Murdering His Wife Was Continued Con Continued Continued ¬
tinued Till Tuesday
JAUNT IN CLOUDS CLOUDSENJOYED
ENJOYED BY SCORE SCORE1i SCORE1Giant SCOREGiant I i
Giant Sky Liner Completes CompletesHundredMile CompletesHundredjiile CompletesHundredMile
HundredMile Cruise CruiseWithin CruiseXithin CruiseWithin
Within Three Hours HoursDUSSELDOltF HoursDUSSELDORF HoursDUSSELDOIF
DUSSELDOltF June M 3Twenty Twenty pas peasengers pa I Isen
sengers sen each with a ticket for whichhe which hlch hlchhe
he had paid 6t i f answered the call of ofAll e eAll ofAli
All aboard today when the Deutsch Deutschland
the gigantic sky linerowned bythe by
the HamburgAmerican HamburgAlBo ean Steamship Com Company Company Coinpany ¬
pany and the German Airship Stock StockCompany SlockCompany StockCompany
Company set out on a KXmile aerial aerialcruise aemlcrule aerialcruise
cruise cruiseWithin cruiseWithin
Within thin three hours she was back backagain backa backagain
again a n having completed the 111 M miles mileswithout mileswithout I
without mishap ml hap despite the t e fact that t t astiff a astiff asUtt
stiff wind was blowing on her returnvoyage return returnvoyage I Ivoyage
voyageThe voyage voyageThe I
The Th breeze made necessary nec ry the anchorage anchor anchorage anchOrage ¬
age of the airship in the open instead insteadof in lead 1 1of
of in the big enclosure which with the thehousing thehousing thehousing
housing iced > constitutes the station stationIt statkinIt
It was the first aerial trip on reconltor recordfor record
for purely commercial purposes PUrp0 e6 the trip tripof trlpof tripof
of the Deutschland Wednesday being beingonly beingonly beingonly
only for invited guests guestsDusseldorf guestsDusseldorf ests estsDusseldorf
Dusseldorf will m be used as a the start starting starting starting ¬
ing point and terminus for all of the theDeutschlands tlMDeutschlands theDeutechiands
Deutschlands short trips or trips of ofKX
100 miles or less 1 The big b1 air craft main maintained maintained matstamed ¬
tained an average speed of thirtythreemiles thirtythree thirtythreemiles thlrtthreemiles
miles an hour todayThe today todayThe tocIa tocIaThe
The Deutschland was scheduled to tomake to tomake
make another lOOmlle trip this after after1Ion aftericon i ilion
lion weather permitting with another another8et I Inet
net of twenty twent passengers exclusive exdu lve ofthe of ofthe
the crewPARR crew crewPARR crewPARR
PARR MUST WAIT WAITFOR WAITFOR WAITFOR
FOR HIS REWARD REWARDBut
But 10000 In Only AvailableFund Available AvailableFund AvailableF
Fund F nd to Pay for His HisServices HisServices i iServices
ServicesComptroller Services ServicesComptroller ServicesComptroller
Comptroller of the Treasury Trace Tracewell TraceWell Tracewell
well advised Secretary Secretar of the Treas Treasury TreasUZ Treasury ¬
UZ ury MacVeagh today that there is no nofund nofund I
fund available excopt the moiety moietyfund moiet3rfund moietyfund
fund in the United States Treasury Treasuryfrom TreasuryfroIn Treasuryfrom
from which to pay Richard Parr the theSICWOOO tbeSl1OOOO
SICWOOO recently re < enll awarded him by theGovernment the theGovernment theGoernment
Government for his work in the discover dis discovery dlsoovery ¬
cover of the sugar fraudsThe frauds fraudsThe traudsThe
The moiety fund now has bean reduced re reduced reduaed ¬
duced to less than 10000 and It will willbe w1Ube willbe
be necessary necessar for Secretary S orebt McVeagh McVeaghto IcVeaghto
to ask Congress Con gross for money with withwhich withwhich withwhich
which to pay Parr
ORDER BY DURAND DUMHIPUttTES DURANDPLACATES DURANDPLACATESCLERKS
PLACATES PLACATESCLERKS PLACATESCLERKSRestores CLERKS CLERKSRestores CLERKSI CLERKSRestores I
Restores Peace Temporarily TemporarilyAt Temporarilybeast
At 1 beast east ° Among Am mo li WomenThreatening Women WomenTkreatening VomenThreatening
Threatening Strike StrikeA
I
A pesdbe Me strike amoag the woven woventsN woman
tsN tubalartng ting cfterks rb In the population ttI ttI1stea divtwea < H Hiaioa
iaioa of the Censtw Bureau was avert anrtI anrtIeel averted
ed iaoay when Dtreetor Dnraad issued issuedan
an afadhl order which has ha met with withtb withtha I Ithe
the tb t temporary aporary ary approval of the clerks inion in inqueadou Inqudon
queadou queadouThese qudonlheM quest questThese ti ion oneson
These clerks had been protesting protestingagainst protestingbeta protestingagainst
against being beta < < paid pat under the piece sys system systeak ys ysteta ¬
tem instead of at a monthly rate ae 8 was wasthe WUthe wasthe
the understanding uadenrtaDllt when hen they were re em cmployed employed employed
ployed Mr Ir Dnrands pacifying order orderthe 9Idtr1P erdergives
1P gives the clerks the option of l working workingon
on the piece work scale or at the month monthrate monthgate
rate 1 scale for thirty days at the expira expiratioa expIrat expiratioa
tioa t of which time all will be paid by bythe bytbe bythe
the piece pieceMr pI pIMr pieeeMr
Mr Duraad raid M today to y that he to de desirous ckof desirous ¬
sirous of being as reasonable rea onabIe as possi possible po possible I Ibk ¬
ble He explained ex iDed that in thirty days daysall claYSa11 daysall
all these the e clerks will have become preIclent pre preftcient JKeAcleat
ftcient in m operating the tabulating ma machines macbines machines ¬
chines and will have acquired a speed speedin
in turning out cards which win enable enablemore enabletbem enablethem
them to earn at least 50 to i5 per cent ceBtmore centmore
more than they would receive K th they tbeTwere theywere y ywere
were working at a stipulated monthly monthlysalary monthlysalary monthlysalary
salary
Says Theyll Alter Views ViewsI
I am sure JU said ItW Mr Durand tIrand that thatta thatcl thatthese
ta these ee clerks cl rks will agree with me m meat at t the theeRcI theend
end of 0 thirty days They rbey win And that thatthey
they have become fairly fairl expert at oper operating
atie ating < < the machines chines aad I feet confident con cootWuntthat dent dentthat
that thy tbt will not find it difficult to earn earne earn3i
5 e or i8l 90 a month Their pay accord according accordlag ¬
lag i to 0 the monthly basis would only be beSM beSit bea
SM a month monthThe RlonthThe mouthThe
The tabulating division of the Census Censusfor CensusBueU CensusBureau
Bureau has bee beet a hotbed of dissensIOn dissensIOnI
for more than a week w k The majority majorityI
ot o the women omen were new to the work workespecially wt wtespecially ork orklan
especially lan those operating the new e etrey eec electnc eectnc
tnc tabulating machines They The con contended
tended < l that th they y were Wf > re placed on a piece piecework
work bans too soon They had not had hadUme hadtime
time to gat g t the swing swin so to speak speaka speakani
a number of them said id today that thatthtcY thatthey
they have undergone physical phY3 eal suffering sufferingtabulate sufferingduring
duri during Jt th the present pre ent hot spell trying to totll totabulate
tabulate tll Jlate enough cards to keep their paysomewhere pay paysomewhere payt0IUe1Iere
somewhere near the amount they th would wouldhave woukhave wouldhave
have received re = eived had they been on salary salaryComplain sahL sahLomplain salaryComplain
Complain of Inefficiency InefficiencyThey InefficiencyThe
They The also ai o complained that they the were werefurther wecefurther werefurther
further handicapped by the alleged in inefficiency Inet8elency inefeleucy ¬
efficiency of some SO of tht th men known assection as assection
section chiefs who have supervision supervisionover perleIonover
over them The women explain that thatthese
these th men are newly appointed and andare andare
are dreadfully green as they the ex expressed cxpressed ¬
pressed pr it and instead of being a a help helpto helpto
to the clerks they the are on the contrary contrarya contrara
a drawback drawbackOne drawbaekOHe drawbackOrte
One woman who for reasons that arenatural are arenatural arenatlJraL
natural did not care to have her name namemade naIIUmade namemade
made public said Id today that yesterday yesterdayshe yesterdayshe esterd8 esterd8he
she he lost s an enUre days work because of ofan oCan ofan
an error on the i part art of f r her section sectionchief sectionchler se > ctton cttonchief
chief She said Id today tOOa that she had hadtabulated hadtabulated hadtabulated
tabulated over 100 > cards when she dis discovered discovered discovered ¬
covered that an enumeration schedule schedulefrera schedulefrcm schedulefrom
from which hieh she had been working wasnot was wasnot ar arnot
not complete thus making it neces necessary necessary ¬
sary 51 for her to do her work over againThis again againThis aln alnThis
This mistake she said was due to the thenegligence theneli thenegligence
negligence neli encc of the section chiefThis chief chiefThis chleThIS
This matter was brought to Director DirectorDurands DirectorDurands
Durands attention today and he said saidthe saidthe saidthe
the matter would be investigated andthat and andthat andthat
that the young woman in questionwould question questionwould questionwould
would be paid for her days work Hesaid He Hesaid HeSld
said that in an al such cases where the theclerks theeJerks theclerks
clerks are set back or otherwise ham hampered hampered hampered ¬
pered in their work they the will be re reimbursed reImburs reimbursed ¬
imbursed imbursedv Imburs imbursedAnothte d dAnotho
v Another ° clerk said today that sbe sbewas sbewas shewas
was preparing p perlng to give up her er position positionto
In the bureau before she learned ofMr of ofMr ofMr
Mr Durands order today because she shefound shefound shefound
found it impossible to make enough enoughmonev enoughmonev enoughmoney
monev at the piece work scale to warrant war warrant warrant ¬
rant her ner er staying
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CHARLTON A PARANOIAC PARANO
f rASSERTS fASSERTS
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ASSERTS RTS TiT < n AN A TaT ALIENIST AIJIMSTAYNFVFR AIlIMSTMAY ALIENISTMAY A fffftaVYVaW
MAY AYNFVFR l ISJE NEVER jl FAtE rA Hi TRIM TRIAL TRIAILAuthorities TRIALj TRIALAuthorities lluniLi lluniLiAuthorities
j
Authorities at Lake Como Demand DemandPrisoner BET BETPrisoner > of ofPrisoner
Prisoner But Foreign or ei g n Office at Rome o e Ha HaMade HC1Made H HMade a
Made No Final Statement StatementCAPTAIN StatemertFather i iCAPTAIN
CAPTAIN SCOn TO TOFather FIGHT INSAHm INSAHmFather INSANifYf +
FatherCAPTAIN Father of o f Accused Employs Counsel to t o Deietv ctel cteland c tc t tand i ot otand
and Preliminary Hearing Hearin Is Continued if itTEW r t tTheir
Their R Request e9Request Till Tuesday TuesdayYORK es I INErW I
j jHaIL
NErW YORK y June 24 With the d lastioT tiot 11 oI vr vrliam c i iliar
liam Jerome Arlitz an alienist that yoiir r ltton Fvri Fvriton PV PVton
ton is a paranoiac and with the t he annouacsd annOmw id dUi dtt d + t tof 5 spof sp fnof
of his father to fight extradition entangirog en entan j 1ag dtve dt dtv e v vcame l lcame 4 4came
came fast today when Charlton who cdtfowes e t i L Lmurdered tmurdered tf tfmurdered
murdered his wife and threw her hod body inie 11 1 La LaIttlv r a eWas e eItaly <
Italy Italyat O Oat was arraigned for trial before Recorder B < < ord r M f Iv > r rat tt
at Hoboken HobokenCapt i iCapt j
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Capt Henry Harrison Harr con Scott brother broth of tht Ih 11 3 i iwomm tl dt dwoman tlwoman
t
woman anticipating the insanity plea has engnets enga eng engneys nt ntneys
neys and will endeavor to prove the prironer pr Foner is i < rie rieThe Ie IeThe I e eThe
The preliminary examination of Oi Charkoo arhoa 7as 1lS pmtw pmtwnext poster1 r tt ttnext K Knext
next TuesdayThe Tuesday TuesdayThe TuesdayThe
The little Hoboken court room ro roam m was crowded d ths tb tbthe x xthe r rthe
the arraignment am nent The sating mans father and h his brother hroth w u y rengaged yengaged Yt Yte <
engaged e alienists and who declare that Porter Car1t Charfton C 1ot 2 ir iT itHilt rfcj rfcjthat D Dthilt
that they will fight f his extradition were preset a as r v s s lis C = H HH H HHScott uH
H HScott HScottIBirBIIBCIEMl ScottIaterm Scott ScottiBtara
iBtara IBirBIIBCIEMl + Bgiad vHk it the CAM a te a i e He 4eate t t M tIev 3 ofiar o ist man aif it ittie i ithe r rt
the t e proMeat KoWe wketker wk WAet ther er or apt Italy CB c a ccaaJBtautlj cIteat1 tIj Rk < g3r for ic r t nextradidoa textradttioH 113
extradttioH 1 Ia the face Ja e of this th fact that Italy has r rtted fced up Po a SE e ecaioas r rcaMo k >
caMo cuioH e t ioariiyer tieliYer to tYe tk t e United UII M State StatItatiMN ItalkMe It liwa aced of fi l 3e 3eJade r rJudge e eJBdle
Judge G C1Ma1O aUfo di Rosa acUag a actia g Ida I OOMMJ CMIM at B bclf bclfeat x f foot e ecoat
eat JMgwaw hoer 1 1 baarte bearing caMe e Ie advises I ij1 ij1J tiiaatg tiiaatgffie aii at1m that the im r rHseat
ffie Hseat J itwfd t wfH ask k for Char CINUBefwe OB OBBefore a aBefore
Before Taooiay Taee y ka oaportttRkj o ortty wM M > e a affiirioi M u > jl r r f6re c tw l e CSteri CSteritoas at attoes tI
toes t s Amarieaa America d del deeteea fana eeae of ollaH8lty o ineaatty and to she straie KraIcIM M ovt the tlMi1 is i iaraatie ocnB entatl8Bal tlesaal tlesaaliotmes al alieevee
ieevee involved Judge Paal Charlton of oflfM Wen WaeU Ia gtoa ibUowiag foi swig a casval cas ai aiexamnatioa
exaniaatfoa of his son so by an alienist t will base ate Ia eatire figat fi ltt aooa tile theinsanity
insanity theory
CHARLTONS RETURN RETURNBELIEVEO
BELIEVEO BELIEVEDDOUBTFUL BELIEVEDDOUBTFULI DOUBTFUL DOUBTFULI
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Extradition Demand Incon Inconsistent Inconi Inconsistent
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t I I II sistent With Italys Own OwnCourse OwnI
i Course CourseTtt CourseThere
Ttt There re is a growing owta belief 1 today todayani codaamong Myl
I ani among ur tko l those Ooie versed rers d In inter International tnteraattealb tIoiMU tIoiMUlaw
law b w that Porter Cbarltoa will n ever neverI everI ver verb
I b be returned to Italy to stand trial trialthe for fortb forthe
tb the murder of f hl his wife and lid that the thei the thei
i i Italian government ovenamt will nerre insist insistj insistupon i
I j upon extradition extraditionI
j I It i Is understood u rgtoo1 that up to this time timethere tI tIth timeJ
J there th r8 has been no formal demand demandj
j j upon uP n this Government Gove nment for possession possessionof M8SUlonof
of a Charlton ly t y the Italian authorities authoritiesi
i although the th acting Italian Ittl consul in inHeboken I IHoboken haHoboken
Hoboken was present pre eat at the arraign arraigns
j meat of Charlton today and indicated indicatedthat IlMIleatedthat Indicatedthat
that Italy would demand the return ofthe of ofI C Cthe
I the fugitive fugitiveI fugitiveOfficials
I I Officials ot f the State Departmentwhen Department Departmentwhen I
when asked to comment upon J OIl the in Internatlonal I Itt
I ternationl tt > Question involved 1eh and an the thei theprecedents I Ii
i precedents affecting plea ueh h cases refer referthe rertbe referthe
the inquirer to t Moores digest on in international j I
ternational t law lawThis i ii i iThis
i This digest cites Instances ID tnft whore wher the theUnited tAeI tAeUnited theUnited I
United States Government hag S made madej JIMMIedemalMla madedemands
j demands upon Italy for fugitives from fromthese fromthese fromthese
these shores Italy It has persfertenUy reI re refueed refueed
I fueed to deliver into the United States StatesItalian Statesltallan StalesItalian
Italian citizens cltize who were accused ofcrime of ofcrime 1
crime here hereI hereIt hereIt
I It is pointed out by those famtttar famtttarj famiHarwith familiarwith
j with such matters that It would now nowj
j scarcely ze consistent cOft8t tent for the Italian ItalianGovernment HallaGoVerDJlMltt ItalianGovernment
Government to demand that Charlton Charltonbe CharIt4 D Dhe
be extradited 6X tted for this Government Governmenti GoveraRMatcould
i could very properly sHe te the former ati atitude aUtude atitulle
tude of Italy under similar liar circum ckcurnstances circumstances ¬
I stances stancesActing stane staneI stancesActing
Acting Solicitor S IIclter of t the State Depart Department Department ¬
I ment Clark declined this tJaI afternoon to toforecast taforeeut toforecast
forecast the probable atttwde of the thedepartment tMI thedepartment
I department in the event of a demand for forChariton j
Charitons s extradition At the t u uI e same sameI ameI I
I time however b wever a copy of Moores dl dii dlgout
i I gest was in plam pIi view of SeUckor elkliorClarks j
Clarks right ri < < ht hand hJMiItaly handItaly j jItaly
I Italy has no capital punfenmeat puais llMBt those thoseconvicted tlIeseconvicted thoseconvicted
convicted of murder in the Ant t mt degree degreeare eeree eereeare
are sentenced for life and of often tea to soli will j
j I tary confinement confinementI conftAementThere confinementThere
I There ts a possibility however that thatCharlton thatCharlton thatChariton +
Charlton in event of conviction might j ibe j jbe
I be deemed guilty of some leaner oflfonse oflfonsethan 0 oipensethan < < 1 1than
than iirst degree murder murderfor for instance Imanslaughterhut i imanslaughter I
Jnanslaughter1Mtt manslaughter but even that crime cdsaewould crimewouhl I Iwouk1
I would carry imprisonment of 0 not lessthan less lessthan 1 1than
than six years and with Charltons Charltonshealth Cbarltoa8hl1th Charitmnahealth
health in its present condition eon Woa it prob probably probably ¬
ably abl wwwM mean a life JI sentence sentenceThat seteneeThat seaenee seaeneeThat
That a delicate point IBt in I l4ornattend l4ornattendlaw JM JMa laternertieaallaw
law a has H1i been b en raised thr t fh the possi possibility pescaIbility ponbility ¬
bility of r a demand for fi CbarKons ns ex extraditSon extradttlenls extradition
tradition tradttlenls is admitted I
Charged CM e With Being B Fugitive FngitiveBefore FagitiveBefore FugitiveBefore
Before the opening of c court JudgeIM Judge Ju p pDI
IM Ben He swore to an affidavit aftWalkCharltea of charging chargingCearltea ehargiagCnarlton
Cnarlton wtth being a fugitive from frontjuke fromJtwdce fror1j
juke JtwdceThe j jukeThe u ttee tteeThe
The youthful prisoner was net t Ia m eourt eourtand eourtanc curtand
and anc the proceedings MOC A were brief James JamesMcCarthy JaaesMtCarthy JamesMcCarthy
McCarthy assistant prosecutor of the thepleas thepI thepleas
pleas pI of Hudsoncounty Hudson countY represented repeM the theState theState theState
State while Floyd FIe Clarke Cta e of New York Yorkand YorkaDd Turkand
and former State Senator WttHaat D DEdwards DEd DEdwards
Edwards Ed of Jersey CIty appeared eart for forCharlton forCbarltoa forChariton
Charlton Jrjdge J e Chartton was not in inthe IntiN inthe
the court roor roorAttorney roorAttOrDe7 room roomAttorney
Attorney Edwards asked aM that the t ease casebe easebe oaHW
be postponed I Mt IIae4 natH next Tuesday n ntag morn mornlag n
tag at M oclock oclockhonor oeIcekhJa
hJa 131 the meaatiIDe I would uk pour yourhoner pourhoaor
honor he said to u settle upon uponpUce same sameplace
pUce pa ta which the prisoner IN is to be eor eorflned eorftDed earlined
lined His HJa1TOW narrow little eel here Is Issttfnng 13IaoC issailing
sailing hot and It ezn s ems + s unjust UI Wt to keep k khim
him to k during this heated spelt spetlRecorder JIP8ILReeonIoPr speltRecorder
Recorder XcCoverc eGo Aid he was will witling willtug ¬
tug I to pot p Nt t the case over until 1IDt Tuesday Tuesdayland T Tuesdayand eMa eMaand
and consented to Charitons transfer tothe to tothe tothe
the more ommotttous IWI < MMII D county jail ja in Jer Jersey JerRY Jersey ¬
sey CIty dryChief CItyChief cityChief
Chief Hayes called Chartton late hit hit hitprivate hi4omce hisprivate
private Glee and ad allowed a number of ofnewspaper f fnewspaper cnew8papt
newspaper artists t t8 sketch etdI him htmKmll 11 11EInI1 himEmil
Emil F Fucho of New K w York w w s s in incourt Int incourt
court t with Capt Henry Harrtaoa Seott SeottU SeottU SwottU
U S A brother ot Mrs CbarH Cmrttea n but buttook butt6Gk buttook
took BO part 1MU hi the proeeedtags proeeedtagsProsecutor proeeedhagsPreseeuter
Prosecutor or Pierre Garvaa of Hudson Haasoacouaty
county Y was on hand aDcl to look after the theinterest thelaterests
interest bate of < f that countyi county countyWill
i Will W l Fifbt Fi < < kt t Extradites ExtraaitienI
1 The extradition of Porter Charlton Charltonto
to Italy to be tried for the murder mur murder ur urdel ¬
der of o his AI wife Mary Scott Ct CtCharttoa Ca Castle CastleCharlton t tCha1ItoIt >
Charttoa will be fought by his hisfather hisaOteI hisfather
father former r Judge J Paul CharMon CharMonof
of Washington W on on the ground gt04tftcl that the theyoung theyoung theyoung
young slayer is insane and should be beconfined becoaAaecl becontend
confined In an asylum instead of being beingtried Mingtried beingtried
tried for murder murderThe MunierThe murderThe
The father made this statement today todaybefore te todaybefore y ybefore
before his son was arraigned before l Re Recorder Recorder Recorder ¬
corder McGovem in Hoboken X J on onthe onUte onthe
the charge of murder Attorney J JFloyd JFloyd JFloyd
Floyd Clark of this city who has been beenretained 1 beenretained een eenret1
retained ret1 ecl as counsel for young Charlton Charltonby
by his father issued a statement in inwhich Inwhich Inwhich
which he declared that the young man manwar Mlutwaf manwas
war suffering from adolescent dementia deateatiaor deMeat1or
or iemeatia praecox praecoxJudxe praecoxT praecoxJudsre
Judxe T Charlton enlaced d as a medical medicalexpert medicalexpert neal nealexpert
expert to determine the mental state stateof stateoC stateo
o of his son on Dr William Will J Arittz the Ho Hoboken Hoboken Hobokest ¬
boken police surgeon eon who was called calledby catkll
l by y Chief Hayes to attend his prisoner nrleoaerwhen prisonerwhen er erwbel1
when he collapsed eoIlap etI yesterday Anita Anitavisited AriitzvisitedCharlton Arlitzi
visitedCharlton visited i ited Charlton several times U last night mghtaad nightand t taJIcl
and again a a today and IIcl expressed eCpr the be belief belet belief ¬
lief let that he was assuredly urellly insane He Hedeclined HedflcllDed Hedeclined
declined to define the particular form of ofinsanity orIlaaity ofInsanity
insanity and said this would be shown saownin MaownI
in I court courtWe courtWe courtWe
We aaaii make appHsatJoa for t aa In Inquiry 11Iqulry hnQuky ¬
quiry into ato his mental condition the thelawyer th thlawyer thelawyer
lawyer said Charlton is a paranoiac paraaoiacAttorney panaeIacAttoIDey paranoiacAttorney
Attorney Clark seat seatD S Sepater oatar WlWam WlWamD Wl ilsm ilsmD
D Edwards of Jersey J City It7 to Hbo Hbokoa HMokeD Flsoboken
keD the morning to toat appear ta hie stoad stoadvaabte sloadat
at ue ilntIa arraignment loqt as ae wan himself himselfusable
usable Jo go Recorder < < KcGovam wan vnsCoatimifrd W8SOnl wandontlatred
Onl Coatimifrd ued on Third Page P2gel
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