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Showers ShO Cloudy uJ This Tonight O AfternoonCloudy Afternoon on he j a hiujJtnu Qimr i LAST LA Js h J T 1 + EDITION EDITIONKTJMBEB EDITIONI l I tLll tLllNUMBER T 7 I
NUMBER 6749 Yesterdays Circulation 46615 WASHINGTON TUESDAY EVENING EVENI EtiIl TI1Cx G JUNE JUI TE 28 1910 Fourteen Pages PRICE O2O5 ON + CENT
PATRONS PATRONSAGAINST KICKING KICKINGAGAINST
AGAINST CLOSED GLOSEDGARS CLOSEDCAPITAL
GARS OF CAPITAL GAPITALFewer
Fewer Open Ones Even EvenThan EvenThan EvenThan
Than Last Summer on onSome onSome onSome
Some Lines LinesPROTESTS LinesROTESTS LinesPROTESTS
PROTESTS ARE THICK THICKFROM THICKFROM THICKFROM
FROM MT PLEASANT PLEASANTPassengers PLEASANTP PLEASANTPassengers
Passengers P engers Packed Into Closed ClosedCars ClosedCars ClosedCars
Cars Like Herrings HerringsWisdom HerringsWisdomof Wisdom Wisdomof
of Course Course Questioned QuestionedThe
The street railway companies of ofWashington otWashington ofWashington
Washington not only are refusing to togive togive togive
give heed to the demand for open opencars opencara opencars
cars but are actually operating fewer feweropen feweropen feweropen
open ear ears Dare on their lines Un than were op oparatod oparattld oparattd
aratod a y war ar r ago agoThis ao aoThla agoThe
This is particularly true in the case caseof caseof caseof
of the Washington uhlft < < tOn Railway and Elec Electric Eletrlc E1ectric ¬
tric Company and the patrons of that thatcorporation th1tcorporation thatcorporation
corporation are outspoken in their con condamnation condemn condemnalien
damnation demn tlen of the attitude of the company com company company ¬
pany officials officialsLast offtclJsLaat officialsLast
Last summer a number of open cars carswere carswere carswere
were operated OR the ML Pleasant lire lireof IiI IiIot lireof
of the Washington Railway and EIecirk EIEC Electric EIECf ¬
irk Company This yearthe year tM comiMiiy comiMiiyevidently comp l ievidently leJdentl
evidently eJdentl is making makln < < no effort to cater caterto Colt < r rto rto
to the comfort of their passenK i iThe r rThe rThe
f The few open cars owned by it it was waslearned w as aslerned aslearned
learned today have been transferred transferredto
to what bat are known as riding lines
811 GI Glen n echo Ji lane laneIn f fIn
In qrder that the company may derive derivethe derllthe derivethe
the greatest possible revenue the people peoplewho peoplewho
who 00 are unfortunate enough enou enongit to live livealong livealOftg livealong
along the Mt Pleasant pt nt line are compelled compelled com cornpelled ¬
pelled to pack themselves into the theclosed theciOfid theclosed
closed cars Going down town in the themorning themorning themorning
morning there is the same old conges congestion congflItiOR congestion ¬
tion that marked the traffic on this line lineduring linet lineduring
t during the winter months with ith the theadded th thadded theadded
added inconvenience of heat heatMay heatMay healMay
May Make Complaint ComplaintIt
It is I not improbable that a formal formalcomplaint formalcOr1p1alnt formalcomplaint
complaint of th the obnoxious conditions conditionswill condltiorJlin eondittoesFail
will in be made to the Railway Commteelonunleee Commission Commissionunless CommiatOftunlees
unless the street ear companies com show showsome showsome showsome
some disposition to come to the relief of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the people pIe who are compelled to ride icH on onthe onthe onthe
the street streetA oars oarsA oarsA
A number of prominent citizens cltl al already srK srKready r rrea
ready rea are talking of lodging a formal tOnDIdcompkiDt formalcomplaint formatlcomplain
complaint with the eommtooion to the theeffect Uteetrect theeffect
effect that t atdM its failure to provide provl e estreet Open Openstreet oaastreet
street cars or at least J semiconvertlWe semiconvertlWecars emi onYertP Ie Iecan
cars is in effect a deliberate refusal on onthe 0Itthe onthe
the part rt of public service rvice corporations corporationsenjoyi corporatioasenjoyh
enjoyi enjoying extremely valuable privileges privilegesto rtI rtIto
to recognize public necessity necessityIt neca lty ltyIt
It is pointed pob ted out that the commission commissionis commis commisIs
is endowed with the power to compel compelthe compelthe compelr
the street car ca cathe r companies to provide provl e for forthe fortbe fo r
the comfort of its patrons In support supportof
of this argument it is declared that t the thecommission tbecomml
commission comml 1on Issued an order compelling compellingthe
the companies to heat their trailers trailersduring traUeradurin tra traduring
during durin the winter Inter months monthsWhy monthsVh
Why Vh numerous numero clUsens are asking askingcannot atlktn atlktncannot askingcannot < <
cannot the commission compel com the street streetcar streetcar streetcar
car companies to provide for or the com comfort comfort cornfort ¬
fort fortmoflths of their patrons during the summer summermonths sum ummermo trier
months mo tM as well as during d the winter wintermonths 11ntermoRths wintermouths
months
f In Class By Itself ItsdfWashington ItMlfWahlngton
Washington is 1 practically practl a1ly the only city cityof cityof
of its size in the United States which whichis whicsis hleh hlehis h
sis is compelled to submit to transportation transportationIn
In closed clo ed cars rs throughout the summer summermonths summermontlNi summemonths r
months In New York city for instancewhere instance instancewhere tance tanceVwhere
where the Introduction of open openduring cars carsduring carsduring
during the hot months is an enormous enormousfinancial enormousfina enormousflnaselal
financial fina cll undertaking a vast majority majorityof
of the closed cars give way oay to open o osemiconnverUbie or orsemiconvertible r I
semiconvertible seml < Oftvertlble cars carsThis carsThis
This policy of looking lookln out for th the com comfort comoat cornfort ¬
fort oat of the riding ridln public pu Uc in New Yor Yoris York Yorkis k I
is not conf confined Wed to twhat what street railway railwaymen rattwarmen railwaymen
men term riding lines Many of the theoptn theoptn theopen
optn cars are those which hie are operated operatedthrough operat operatthrough peratedthroU ed edet
through throU h the city streets and never get getwithin cetwithin g gwithin et
within ten miles of a summer summerThEme summerThe resort resortThtf
The ThEme same is true of conditions prevail prevailing prna1Iin prevailing ¬
ing in in Boston and practically 11 every everyIn everyother 67 67OUIt
OUIt other r city In the Fast EaatIn FastIn
In financial circles in Washington the thequestion theQu thequestion
question Qu tlon is raised whether the stock stockholders stockholdeni stocka stockholders ¬
holders a of the street str t railway companies companiesare
are not actually losing 1cMdn < < money by b rea reason reaSOl ¬ I
son of a shortsighted short htedd policy which pre prevents prevents pr prvents e ¬
vents ventsthe the operation o ratloD of o open o n cars carsCar ca caCar carsCar
Car Hides Popular PopularWahta PopularWuhtfttton PopularWashington
Wahta Wuhtfttton ton unlike most cities cltte1thout citieswithout is iswithout s
without the numberless summer T Twhere resortwhere rMOlUwb resort
wb where < < a Heatitiffftrtu public can o cool coolcfif 0001ctf oo 1
ooIs
cfif during an A afternoon or evening even eveningContinued lag In InContinued IAContinued
Continued on Page F NineWEATHER Nine NineWEATHER NineX1EATHER
WEATHER REPORT REPORTA
A disturbance d that moved ta the last 1a t
twentyfour hours from the St Law La w ¬
rence valley lIey to Maine atoe has caused show showEnglaml
ers 1ft the middle Atlantic aDd New Ne w
Englaml States the th Ohio valley and a
the low lower r Lake
region r Local rains are a re
also reported from the th middle n ddle Missis s ¬
sippi Lippl s valley tIM Gulf states and a nd scat ¬
tered ter ell points m the Rocky mountain mOuntaIn re ¬
Zion gionThe ZionThe jon jonThe
The indications are that the weather wea weawill Chet
will be generally fair tonight
andFed and ad Wed ¬
nesday n yn < jn n the north Atlantic States StatesFORECAST BtatesFORFcAST StatenFORECAST
FORECAST FOR THE DISTRICT
Showers this afternoon tt noon partly cloudy eJoudY r
tonight and Wednesday not much m
change Chcut < < in temperature light t west t to o
ncrthwaet n rUwe t winds wlRClsTEKPBRATUR wiadsTEMPERATURES i iTEMPSRATURIS
TEMPERATURES TEMPSRATURISa TEKPBRATURJ
L a m 74
9 a m y
J f i
10 a mu11sm m
11 11sm a m IB
1 noon 71
1 p JR 7
2 p Arn m mS 3 I
S p m 78 78TH5E g Ig
SUN TABI4E TABI4ESun T TAaLaS ABTAiSan
Sun S an rises rtoteSen r i a
Sun sets ets 711 711rIDE 7 7VIDE
rIDE TABLB TABLBTodsyiJh TABLx TABLxT TABI TABIToday
TodsyiJh T Today da k rids tin 12 124B a m Law Uo u bide >
i97 a m lien 141 oM p PorOMOlTOoliJPa m mIM inTesorrGw
TesorrGw rOMOlTOoliJPa lgh tide 13 j a m aDd a sal
IM 1 p m Iw A tide tidep 75 a n and i33 i33Po 7 7p
p Po ra
CONDITION OF THE WATER WATERHARPERS WATKRHARPERS W ATER ATERHARPERS
HARPERS FERR1 W Viu June JuneShenadoaJ JteaeShesdoah U USheAlleloa
ShenadoaJ dear and Potowac e slight ¬
ly muddy this tJa morning morningDoors motBIocDoors morningDoors
Doors xHInch 1 Inch Thick 5150 150 Apiece ApiecePrank ApieceFrank ApieceFrank
Frank Libbey Co 6th N Y Ave AveO Av t
O Adv dv
DBA DEATH TH ENDS CAREER CAREEROF CAREEROF
OF SENA SENATORMcENERY TOR McENER
I h 4i
i CJv CJvSAIrIUEL t N
j SAldUEL DOUGLAS McENERY
POLICEMAN TURNS TURNSREVOLVER TURNSREVOLVERON
REVOLVER REVOLVERON ON SELF SELFPatrolman SELFWalter
Patrolman Walter J Stuart StuartEnds StuartEnds StuartEnds
Ends Life at Fourth Fourtnpre Fourtnpreduct Pre Precinct PreGino ¬
duct Station StationPatHhllua StationPatrMjnsin v vPatrolman
Patrolman Walter Wal J JI Stuart ri of the theFourth t tFourtlt theFourth > >
Fourth ponce precinct sales his lUehortly ttfe ttfeshortly meshCrUy
shortly s after S oclock this mornnur mom by byflrinr byftrlac byiring
flrinr f two bullets buU < < a Into his left breast ta tatbe Inth tothe
the th dormitory on live second floor of th thstation thstation the thestation
station house in E street southwest southwestStuart southwestStuart
Stuart had been be ft separated from fJ m his htowife h hwiCe hiswife
wife and young child for several months monthsand monthsam monthsnd
and a nd it is believed be was desoondent be because HeuJSe beause ¬
cause c vf < domestic trouble He wastentysevD waswentyseven was wastwentyseven
twentyseven t years v oW and had hada been beena
a member of the force Are 1Iv years yearsStuart YeaniStuart yearsoestrus
Stuart cape olt It patrol duty at atgclock 2 2oclock
oclock this mornmx < < and went ent to bedat bed bedat bedat
at the station so that be would b be ready
for reserve duty until 6 oclock Half Ralfozen a adozen KdMeD
dozen d ozen other i bluecoats were steeping ta tathe IDthe fnthe
the dormitoor Before retiring retlrln Stuart Stuartcomoialntd Stuarteom 5
comoialntd eom c that he was not feeling f UIU well weHand wellDd
and Dd obtained a sick card from rom Lieu Lieutenant Laeutenant ¬
tenant t Flathers Flatb sayine s 7I1U he would wouldreport not notreport HOtreDOrt
report for duty today todayThe t ay ayTh
The Th men In the dormitory were awak awakened awakerred ¬ I Ieued
erred Just Ju t at daybreak day by two pistol pistolsnots 1kst DieWlabots 1 i iabots
abots Patrolman Jones lone who was wassleeotn
aI sleeotn on the bed next > > ext to Stuart Stuartthought
thought his fellowofficer fellow < olacel was waIIdreambair waIIdreambairand dream dreaming dreamingand
and sad ad fired the U shots in the air With
blood flowing from both wounds Stuarrlaced Stuart Stuartrlaced t
rlaced r the revolver over his heart and andmade aMmade 1
made a feebly attempt att attempt m t to pull the th u trig trfeer trIKer trigrttr
rttr er U Ute + e third tbhclGrabbl time timeGrabbing lateGrabbing
Grabbing Grabbl the pistol from rom his It hand
J Jones T nes said saidWhats saidWhats Id Idbat
Whats bat the matter Stuart Are
you youcr yesrazy OU OUcrax1
cr crax1 c r rKo
< < No Im not crazy Stuart replied ropnedI
< I know He lost consciousness conadotttnesfire cot une be before e efcre ¬
fore h he could malt fl feh the U sentence sentoneeThe eeneDeeThe sentenceThe
The wounded man was placed in inpoUce inpolice tb tbpolice
police ambulance but died on tb the way
to the Emergency Eme ency Hospital HospitalStuart H ital italSWart
Stuart was the son of the late Walter WalterStuart alter alterSuan
Stuart proprietor of a hotel at Har Har1ers Harlen Harores
len ores Ferry A brother John Stuartemployed Stuart to toemployed
employed at the navy De yard The police policesy policesay I
sy 86 Y another brother killed kill ed himself at a t
Ha Harpers r pets Ferry several jrears ors ago agoPolice agoPolice CO I
Police of the Fourt FourtW precinct uid sat satStuart i
Stuart S uart had seemed worried recently recentlyend reeentl1ucl
end it is believed he was despondent despoodeatoer I Iover
over domestic misunderstandings misunderstandingsXothing n1lsunderacancttacLXothlng itsunderstandtngsNothing
Nothing could have ha surprised 8lr rI me memore m mmore e
more than wh wen bell a I beard Stuart bad badkilled badkilled
killed himself said Id Captain MuIhalicommanding Human Humancommanding 1lallla8commanding
commanding the th precinct reCinct uHe uHeiust He Helust was wasjust wP
just a great big overgrown bojr and ad I Inever
i1ever never suspected 1l8pe suapeMedI < ted that be would do any anything anyth anytbin ¬
thing th tbin like this this1MINERS thisINERS
MINERS I iI NERS BATTLE BATTLEWITH B BA 1ITLE 1ITLEWITH TLE
WITH DETECTIVES DETECTIVESSleuth
Sleuth SI ut1t Attacked When C hen He Essays EssaysPeacemakers EssaysPeac Essaysccill1
Peacemakers Pet ccill1 makers ers Role RoI RoteThree Three ThreePersons ThreePersons
Persons Dying DyingBLUEFIELiD DyjngBLUEFIELD
BLUEFIELiD W Va fL June 28Three 28ThreeMea 28 Three Threemea
mea are dying d1D < < today as a result of a abattle abattle abattle
battle between a mob of miners Inera and andCharles andChar
Char Charles H Peters a coal c 1 company de detective d dteethe dstectlve ¬
teethe near here last nightWhen night nightWhen niehtWhen
When the mob attacked him hi Peters Peterspened Pet Petepeaed Peteropened 1
opened fire and arts shot two mortally He Hewas Hewas liewas
was himself himselfshot hI lt shot through the lungs llln e and andcanttot andeD andcannot
cannot eD ot live livePeters livePelera livePeters
Peters tried to quell a miners sit sitinrbance disturbance u uUlrb ¬
turbance Ulrb nce when he was attacked Other Othermembers Othermemben Othermembers
members of the mob who were concerned con concerned 011 011cemed ¬
cerned in the shooting ahoodn < < escaped ee < ped but butwere butwere
were pursued by a posse posseAVIATORS
I IAVIATORS 1 i
AVIATORS OFFERED OFFEREDA OFFER D DA
A PRIZE OF 50000 50000LONDON 50000LOXDO
LONDON June JUDe2llA liLA prize of IG i66rOd4 i66rOd4for OM OMor 001fer
for or a dreular flight over England E and and andScotland aIMIScetJaad andScotland
Scotland In an aeroptauie the a notch notchwelt second secondweek cend cendweek
week te July mi If t the weather per permite perts
mite ts 11M AM ha b been a offered by the London
Main Man Ma
t
>
LAST CALL GOES GOESRemoves GOMESSUDDENLY COMESSUDDENLY
SUDDENLY AT HOME HOMERemoves HOMERemoves
Removes Figure Long gFam gFamliar Fa Faliar Fami Familiar 1
liar in Washington and andLouisiana andLouisiana andr
Louisiana Politics Politics01tLEAtQ
r r rflaw
2 flaw rvr ORLEANS Jon Juno tt 1d Uakea UakeaStates Ullllce4Seir LTak LTakBtaies ed
States Ser Sena Seir > r Samuel Douglas Xe XeEery XcEery i iE o
E Eery trcy died jadenly today todaySenator to4ymator todaySenator
Senator mator M titcEnery I Enery was w seveuty seveutyyears seventyrlre seventyrlreyears MVeaty MVeatyars
years ars old and had represented JA l4ana Ltfans + iH iHlana m
lana ana in the United States Stat Senate SenateXareh SenateMarch sfae sfaeMarch
March 4 1897 1897SENATE 1 Ba7 Ba7SENATE 7 7SENATE
SENATE REGRETS REGRETSMcENERYS REGRETSMcENERYS REGRETSMcEN
McENERYS McEN RS DEATH DEATHFor H
For many nY years prior to bill death deathSenator deathSeaaator deathSenator
Senator MsBnery lr1 ED thtery < eory took DO 04 active partthe part in inthe intM
the deliberations of th the Senate H H4I was wasafflicted wa waafftleted
afflicted with a profound deafness deatM deafnesswas s and andwas aa4waa
was therefore unable to participate hi hidebate Indehate n
debate d or o or to follow 0110 minutely the theceedings pro proceedings m meeedinp ° ¬
ceedings of the Senate SenateBeta SeaateB SenateBern
Beta B la 1837 1837The 1137The igy1The
The dead Senator first came to Wash Washington WubbagtOD f fIngtoa ash ¬
ington as a member meml er of the Senate18fi Senate ta Ia18f4
1897 succeeding the lat late Senator N NBisachard C CBtanchard Csrehanl
Btanchard Fefore he became ate a Sen Senatorbe 8eDatOt ¬
atorbe atOt a te be ha bon < l te teen l n n active In Louisiana Louisianapolitics LouIaI Loa Loapolitick bfana uL uLpoIide8
politics for many any years He was wasat born bornat bornat bor n
at Monroe La A May 28 Z IB 1Bi7 was edcated edu educated ed edeat u ¬
cated eat at Spring Hill College near Mo X o ¬
bile Abu Ala at the Tinted States Xaval XavalAcaddmy ha vaI
Academy and at the University of Vir Virginia VI VIghla r ¬
ginia giniaThe ghlaThe
glnlThe
The young collegian cul was graduated graduatedaw = dUted In In1a1
law 1a1 l aw at the theNational National Law School Pour Pout Po i
i keepsie N Y served serve In the COafede Confederate
army under McGr McGruder der tint In Virgin i
and 4 later In the Mississippi department depart It
As A a public man the career of the t h
dead Senator Senat l began + egaa an when he h was n nsated ant ¬
nated as a candidate for lieutenant gov1 gov1emor sov soverDOr go
emor of Louisiana in 1879 187 Upon t th the
death of Governor Wilts in lien he be b
came governor of his State and was w wel a t
elected el e cted to succeed himself in 1884 1284was He R
was defeated deteat by Gen Francis T Nichols Niche Rle le
for a third term but was later ap a ¬
pointed hied upon the supreme bench of of
Louisiana by the man who defeat defeated ed
him
One of his most distinguished services ecru tees
in the Senate was in connection eonn Uon x with I th
the treaty of peace with Spain follow folio w ¬
nag the SpanslhAmerican war warwas He Hewas
was the author of the resolution declar sec lay ¬
lag In < < it to b be trrU Jo sense of the Amen American Americanpeople AftlelieaapeopN ca n I
people that the Philippine Islands Islandsshould IaIa8tIsuk Islandsalteuki
should uk not be annexed to this tbI country counts
but that the people of that archipelago archipelagow arebl areblsbOuW arebtshould pehr go
should > w > TiH > wi i w IIT m 1
ultimately be given IVeA their free
dom and d self rule ru
Loved In Washington WashiagtenSenator Waa WashingtonSenator iD t9ll t9llSenator
Senator McEnery was greatly beloved belovedIn belO belOIII
In Washington 1 H He had scores of inti intimate intimate intimate ¬
mate friends in all parties partiesTbe parU parUThe partiesThe
The news of his sudden death camena came cameas
as U a shock ab cIt to those members of the
House and Senate irno lingered D red here tolack to top tof3ck I
lack p ck up their effect Vice President
Sherman was particularly affected bj
the and d news and today sent th the fol rOlt ¬
lowing telegram t to Mrs McEnery Mc McIrs
Mrs Irs Samuel D McBnery KeEner KeEnerXew
Xew Orleans Orlea M leaus La Laoor LaI
oor I am deeply ply grieved by the startling atrUiJuDeWS
DeWS of Senator SenatorMcEnerys XcEnerylI ccnerys death Close Closeassociation Closeassociation
association lationtWitb with him engendered affec ¬
don and respect ref t I feel a personal r ona1 toss
His State und nd his country loses a firmand firm firmand armand
and faithful servant To you and his hisamlly I
family I offer tender sympathy j i
Signed J T S SHERMAN 1
The term of the late Senator does not notexpire notexpire I Iexplreantlt I
expire explreantlt until 1115 15 It will therefore be btnecessary I Inecessary
necessary for the Louisiana Legislature Legislaturewhich Legtalaturcwbleh LegtstaturcWhich i
which Is now no In session o to elect his suc suceessor suceesor aucesseor i
eessor Governor Sanders of that State
is strongly entrenched in his party and and2tto i
J 2tto regarded here as the most mo t likely Sen Senatol1 Seeatonal
atonal possibility Representative Bans BanselU Rn5Clfn I
delL elU however win wlnbe the b a strong candi m mdi ¬
date should be enter the raceRETURNS race raceRETURNS raceRETURNS I
RETURNS WITH BRIDEOCEAN BRIDE BRIDEOCEAX BRIDEOCEA
OCEAN OCEA CITY N J June 25 50Pater 50PaterCuuUl Peter PaterCeruUl PeterCerutU I
CeruUl a young y < nmg business man here hensaurprleed heresurprised nenhie i
surprised his friends by bringing a brine brMewith M1dwltb brinefrith
with bin from Pbilanelphto Philadel She was I
Miss AaMMta IK IAteAIfD Leou HI o They were e mar marrtefl muried
rtefl by b the Rev Jha Csw Osmittf itt1 te mIhUa hfhi I
delphia this morahi m m4C mornhr I
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TAFT CLEARS DECKS DECKSIN
IN READINESS FOR FORSTART FORSTART
START TO BEVERLY BEVERLYI BEVERLYPresident
I
I
I IPresident
President Leaves at 535 535i 5 J3J J3JoClock 35 35oClock
i oClock This Afternoon forSummer for fori forSummer forSummer
i
Summer Home HomeHOLDS HomeHOLDS HomeHOLDS
HOLDS A FAREWELLCABINET FAREWELL FAREWELLCABINET FAREWELLCABlNET
CABINET MEETING MEETINGPlans
Plans to Turn Routine Routi Work Over Overto
to Norton NOttonTakes Takes TakesPhysical TakesPhysicalDirector 1Ph J > h al alDirec alDirector
Director Direc or Along AlongBy AlongBy
By JAMES HAY Jr JrAt JrAt JrAt
At 5JS edodc doe rid d t ufts rftereooa iooa the thePresident tIMPruldEnt thePresident
President will leave Wastitag on Ida hisprivate htojrlvaata Ida1rhate
private car our tIN p Psmwjtvanla jrlvaata rail railroad railroad ¬
road for Beverly Ma biases > > where be b will wiUpend wfUpend willspend
pend > his sunm summer > er vmcaOon vmcaOonBefore raeUo4Before OIL OILBefore
Before his departure te last vestige vestigeof
of accumulated work will have disap disappeared dl disapleared ap aplfared ¬
peared and the President will depart departleaving departJ
leaving J everything eve shipape ship shape at the theExecutive theEXfutfve theExecutive
Executive offices otft here hereHe ta herelie < < e eHe
He will be b accompanied aled byvbto by bIa Mae secretary Maetao aecrenary
tao Charles Chad Dyer er Norton and his b mili tNliLary military mWtliry ¬
tary aid Capt Archibald A W WButt WButtI Btttt BttttIn ButtIn
In I a second car win travel the executive ex executive excutlve ¬
ecutive office force of dorks and aa4a jtenog jtenogaph atenogaphers
aphers aph a hu rs who will look after tbe workin work workin workin
in Beverly this summer Assistant tkc tkcrt Sec Secretary Secretary ¬
retary rt > tary Rudolph Fervor will atoo b be a amember alDEmber amember
member of the Beverly colony colonyTbe coIoayI colonyThe
I The White Hones H offices In Washing Washington b bI ¬
ton win ill be looked after by Assistant AssistantSecretary AssistantSecretary utataAtetary
I Secretary etary Wendell W Mtochler MtochlerMr IbierI
Mr Taft will arrive In Boston at 7 7oclock 7odock 7oclock
I oclock tomorrow mort JaOn1a mtorrtuS ing < < and his car carwill carI carwill
will be switched aIt to a r gutor > train run running runmc ¬
I king mc out of that city o Beverly This Thtotrip Tb1sI Tb1strtp Thistrip I
I
trip win require eat OII forty minutes minutesConsequently lDIDuteaI lDIDuteaCOQ8equently minutesCoaequentfy
Consequently be will w ta his summer summerbom summerborate I
bom borate by S oclock t to rrrow rrow morning morntagToday JII6IIdncToday morningToday
Today at the White House was w spent spentby spentby ent entby
by the Pt President aidettt ta II saying jgoodby toCongrossea to toCongressmen toCon
Congressmen Con and ta holding a AnalCabinet final finalCabinet ftaa1Cabinet
Cabinet at Jrlwtl1C Jrlwtl1CPrdoeDt nitet etaig etaigPresident ig igIresidmmt
President Taft win take tIdE his physioal physioaldirector JiII7s I I4ireCtor
director Dr Charles BarttcrTwitb 8elie witlll him himto hf h1ato a ato
to Beverly The Executive Is ta sptea spteadjd spteadb Iea Iea4Id
djd physical trim after aft < < Dr Barkerswork Barkers Barkerswork BarilGawork
work throaghout tkresgl iut thA e f jM an and be haspt has hasprwrattea Uad1IIIadIi
pt prwrattea + eratlei Upa d1IIIadIi thAlmiliCJ toapand the thewith thewith thegreaser
greaser < < with him bJ aa so so as t to continue his bratraUgag hisphysical hJBnScaI
physical nScaI nScaIfbe training
The President t ej expects to turn over all allroutine aUreutlue
routine correspondence to Secretary
I Norton for at least two twoeeb weeks He ta tatpons mI Intends
tends to get absolutely aMo11lt ly divorced from all allexcept I
except the most toesq preying JIftIi tg business At Atcod I IccJd
I cod moments In use summer mer he expects expectsto I
to 3o e a good deal of uninterrupted unlnterru ted desk deskadministrative deskadwnhhtratlve deskadsntnhrative
administrative work ork and particularly particularlystudy particularlystudy particularlystudy
study a plan for the appropriations of ofthe 0 0the ofthe
the coming year yearCANNONS yearCANNONS
CANNONS OPTIMISM OPTIMISMGROWING OPTIPrlISMGROWING OPTIMISMGROWING
GROWING STRONGER STRONGERJoseph
Joseph 3 b G Cannon the th Speaker of the tbeHouse theFWu
House FWu of Representatives R9pr8 Pntatives and a vivid vivMdemonstration vtvIddemonstration vividdemonstratfoa
demonstration that Methuselah is fast fastlosing fastIoeInc
losing his claim to having bavln < < been the long longeat longeat
eat lived man in history reiWe retfrtively Uvely Vey ate atea atea at ata
a niece of his cigar ta it front of o theWhite the theWhite tbe9bke
White House today sin Ii renrjked renrjkedThe rem eked dIecITbe
The shallows rvinur while the thedeeps
deeps 4 ar are dumb dumbThe I
The Speaker was i > i of e < optimism optimismabout eptbadaabeat I
about the result ef f ii ua tS s eommg Con Consresskm CODl
sresskm ressbns l elections e1 < < tJoa As a sort ort of pre preamble ¬
amble to his summing up of t the situa situation ¬
tion Uon he sail sailAny 11 11Aay
< Any man who goes oes into battle with withtbe wttktM I
the idea kI that there to a chance of his h i
being defeated to s always Ingloriously Juclorioualy1k
beaten IxatenThen 1k beatenThen > atea ateaTheD
Then he Madded added addedI
I never > > ever contemplated a campaign campaignwith campaIcnwith
with more hope and confidence coo deDee than I
do the one on we e are about to enter They Theygay 1 1r
r gay y 1 that the th people are against < < 1 at us I Inot
do not believe beU it L Then Th are n some super superrlcial superclan
rlcial clan Indications of a growing opposi oPpoaltlcm ¬
tion to the Republicans but the judges indgesof j jof
of the th situation have net I think gone gonedeep gonedeep
deep enough On our record we will win winthe i
the next elections electionsThe eleetio1lCThe electionsThe
The Speaker did not look like an old oldman oldman I
man He walked with 1th a step that was wasspringy wasspring
springy and be spoke in a voice that thatmination thatwu
wu rlngin aging with strength tr and deter
mutation He deprecates the idea that
he was a grand old man and he re regarded ¬
garded with interest the curve o of a agreat agreat agreat
great leghorn orn hat worn by a lovely lovelywoman o Iy I
woman who io happened to be passing the th e I IExecutive
Executive offices efftc at that moment
hI I had hoped to get away pretty prettysoon prettyaoon retry
soon he explained pulling himself
back from his dreams dreams of romance and andhis aDfthils
his visions of political conquest treat But Butthte ButthM
this morning I found that I had about aboutone aboutone
one hundred letters lett rs to answer I will willhave willhave
have to attend to that work before efor I I
leave 1Waahitts Washington ton
It was suggested that he might f fth follow followthe
th the example set at Oyster Bay and announce an announce announce ¬
nounce that lids correspondence had be become become become
come so voluminous as to make it im impossible wpoaIble impossible ¬
possible for him to answer the com communications eotnmunletlol18 eontmunications ¬
munications sent nt to him himI
601 I have no doubt h he said that Mr Mri MrRoosevelt r
i Roosevelt has ha been receiving more let letters letters letters ¬
ters than any man in private life andmore and andmore aDdmore
more than any an man in public life withthe with witht withthe
t the exception possibly bI7 of the Presi President President President ¬
dent If I had four times tlm my ability abilityand abUItya abilityand
and a onetenth of Iteoeevelts eo velts ability I Iwould Iwould Iwould
would follow the example of a certain certainWestern eertamWterD certainWestern
Western Senator SenatorI I will not mention his hisname blaDam hisnamewho
name namewho who said on a a memorable emma occasion oecaslon emmasloe ¬
sloe sionWhen 00 When ben God made me be rested re ted and andwas andwas andwas
was gladAs glad gladAs gladAs
As it is I will have h1veto to attend to the theletters theletters theletters
letters which demand answers answers I have havereceived havereceived
received several hundreds hUndr 8 which in the thecourse thecourse
course of the next two or or three weeks weekswill weeksA11l weekswill
will answer themselves but there arelib are arettft
lib which I must mu t answer answerThe anuwwsThe JbnraThe
The Speaker ate e another piece of 0 his biscigar hiscigar
cigar took one last 1a t Heating fleating glimpse Impee of ofth ofthe
th the fast disappearing disappearingghorn leghorn ele hat hatsprang hatsprang
into i his lil automobte automob le leele and ordered orderedTo orderedTo
To the Capitol CapitolCarters CapitolCarters
I
Carters Opinion OpinionSenator OpinionSenator OpinionSenator
Senator Thomas Carter of Montanahesitated Montana Montanahesitated
hesitated on the steps st of th the White WhiteHouse WhiteBoutte WhiteHouse
House Ions enough eno gh to toIt say anyIt sayIt
It looks Io ks to me this tbt way waySeDtor waySenator
Senator La FoUeUa after fter bin inter interview interview ¬
view with Colonel Roosevelt yesterday yesterdayAnd yeMenIay8aJcl yesterdaysaid
said
RO Roosevelt t its the Ptat greatest A1aedeaa Aaodealiving A1aedeaatItaS
living livingAnd tItaS6OA1Ml
And Rweevait Reo eYelt said saidn saidI
001 n dtnt think tI IIk I ca mtdg Ad6 anything t twhat te toshat
what Use Senator gads Sfddc c
MRS SHERMANS LIFE LIFEHANGS LIFEHANGS
HANGS IN BALANCE
i
i
MXS JAMES S SHERMA2T SHERMA2TWife SHEDLUrWife SHEBMA1wife
Wife af the Vice Presides pIeS ft t of the United UJ ted States
SLAYER SLAYEREXECUTED
EXECUTED ryrpjnrn IN iu PilDfi bAinU bAinUSoidiers CAIRO CAIROSo4diers
Soldiers on Guard to Prevent PreventDemonstrations PreventDemonstrations PreventDemonstrations
Demonstrations by theNationalists the theNationalists theN
Nationalists NationalistsCAIRO N a honalists honalistsCAIRO
NationalistsT T
CAIRO CAIIt Ben > Ju JuWardaat oJ oJWaIdaaIL Ions x lbsidat lbsidatWardada
Wardaat Wardada a 3fatienlMt yatfcmal yatfcmalmter aallllt aalllltearl11n student = whew whewaseaaal
aseaaal > eatfon early earl11n in tM ofPlle of Pre Premier i
mter Botstros lcMI Pasha called for a scath ncatbind scathing ¬
ing denunciation at the bands of ofCol ofCol
Col Theodore Roosevelt when the thetetter tINlatter thehitter
latter spoke before the student lit of thetulversity the theUniversity tJM1Jdversity
University of Egypt E pt was hanged here heretoday heretoday
today for his crime ctmeThe crimeTbe c cTne
The execution occasioned Intense ex excitement eucitemeuL ¬
citement owing owl to the fear of a dem demonstration deJaonatratfon demonstration ¬
onstration by the theKatIoaaIt Nationalists ta Thegovernment The Thegovernment The8OftrJUIMIIt
government however howev made ample pIe provision pro proyet ProYieIoIa
vision agairrt t this I8 aDd there ba Dot notyet
yet been the least disorder dI8or6er11M although althoughthe
the th e Xaiionansts are holding meetings meetingsthroughout meedDpthroG3hout meetingsthroughout
throughout the cityWardani city cityWardani eltyWardaAI
Wardani ascended the scaffold pro proclaiming prodabDIn proclaiming ¬
claiming himself a martyr the rote that tbatbe thatbe thatbe
be bad assumed ume4 since the commission commissionof
of the th crime I die for tbe cause of ofEgyptian f fEgyptian
Egyptian E ptIao liberty were his last words wordsThe wonJaTbe wordsThe I
The hanging han < < ing was secret aecr even news newspaper newwpap newspaper ¬
paper pap men being excluded from the theprison theprison
prison yard tUd where ttere the scaffold was waserected waserected waserected
erected The prison was as entirely sur surrounded BUrrounded surrounded ¬
rounded by soldie soldi Oldles s while hundreds of ortroops
troops patrolled th ti > street and mingled mingledwith minsieclwith mingledwith
with the crowds on the streets No o
large gatherings were permitted permittedCRIPPLED permittedMAMMOTH permittedMAMMOTH
MAMMOTH AIR LINER LINERCRIPPLEDIN
i
CRIPPLED CRIPPLEDIN IN GALE
Drifts Helpless Vith Crew Crewand Crevand Cre Creand v
and Twenty Newspaper NewspaperMen
Men Aboard AboardDU3ELDORF AboardDUSSELDORF AboardDUSSELDORF
DUSSELDORF Germany June J 38 36e
The Theland e Zeppelin ZeDDe D dirigible dll1 ble balloon Deuisch
land with h a crew caw and twenty newspaper newspapermen DeW8papetmen neupa neupamen
men aboard to drifting helpless before beforea ore
a strong stro gale One oe of the motors motorsbrolteD motorsbroken to
broken and th the great > tr r linerfound liner has hasfound hasfouncllt
found founcllt It impoasi Impoabe > > to land Grave Gra fears fearsare feanare t tare esrrs
are entertained eter ror 01 her safety When
last seen the Deutschland was wasdlven wasdriven beit being > 6
driven by tbe wind above Osnabrueck OsnabrueckThe
The air liner ascended at an earl early r
hour this thl morning with a score of news newsIng newarrJ newspaper
rrJ paper men as guests the intentionng intention be beng
Ing ng to make a voyage over the coun counsid rouatr rouatrakIe country countryside
sid side and return in two hours Alrt Alrttbe Already AlreadytIM Alr Alrthe
tIM Deutschland Deu lehtancl has been aloft aloftWhen ten tenhours teah4HIrs
hours hoursWhen h4HIrsWhen When
When the heavy beav wind arose the pilot pilottried PUGtried PIlottried
tried to turn the th the eutsehland X > back to tober toher t ther
her anchorage ii this city but be foun founIt found foundi d
k impossible to maneuver the ship sue sueeessfully sueeessfully uc ucIIY
eessfully IIY owing to her broken motor motorHe motorHe motorHe
He then trie l in turn to land at Dort Dortmund Dortmund Dortmend
mund and Muenster Mu Dllur Both attempts attemptshowever attemptShowever attemptshowever
however proved proms to be too dangerous dangerousand 4aD dangerousand roua rouaand
and were wereCURTISS abandoned i iCURTISS
i iCURTISS
CURTISS MAY CROSS LAKECHICAGO LAKE LAKECHICAGO LAKEcmCAGOJ1IM
CHICAGO cmCAGOJ1IM June 38 SG1eD Glen H carts Curtissth ctJ cartsthe
th the 1M aviator baa accepted the be olfer 04rer1Ut odrlast m teed d dlast
last Saturday by Watter W L La Dartta DutIItdM DutisgtsULjt4 ts tswealthy
a wealthy + cattle hrjftsr = L of jiIN 9tTor for foraerwa err errDutisgtsU a athe
aerwa Ljt4 Ljt4no L lift
no dots has pet btIIIIl ant r r the par J
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SUFFERS RELAPSE lUPSEVice RELAr E EAT
AT JOHNS HOPKINS HOPKINSI HOPKINSVice I
Vice President at Bedsi BedsiTwo Bedside BedsideTwo BedsideTwo
Two Days DaysEfforts Efforts Made Madeto
to Conceal Identity IdendtyBAXTUK IdentityBALTDIO
BALTUdORE BAXTUK > REt Md 14 June 3t ILIM > The eon eondttiwi COItIti
dttiwi Iti < JIt of Mrs as James S Sherman She wife wifeof wifeeCtbe w wof fb
of eCtbe the Vice President was reported to be becritical benidcaI
critical at tbe Johns Jam Hopkins Hospital Hospitaltoday Hespilitoday op al altoday it
today todayThe todayTIN todayThe
The ailment at > taert from which b Mrs Mrsis In Sherman ShermanIt
Ia auf6er4tg has DOlt Mea disclosed INM It Itpoasibk to topossible Ispo I
possible po Ibk that she may have e to toUI unduao unduaoan 10 10an
an operatic operaticThough Oa OaThough
UIlMa
Though lMa < < h the physlchunt at Johnskiss Johns J Hop Hopkins Hopkbas ¬
kiss refused rer to 0 discuss IrD8S Mrs Sherman Shermansailment SbermaasaibDetIt Shermanmimeo s
ailment they admitted that she 8beery waa waavery w wvery as
very ery low It became known kDOWIItoiay todayshe today that thatshe tIItaM
she had been W at tile tileFriday hospital since shireFriday la st stFriday K
Friday FridayNone
None of the attendants Ur pt of the institu institution dhI ¬
tion were informed of o bet identity tlt every everyeffort eve eveeffort y ye
effort e < < ort being b made to keep it secret Late LteSaturday LateSaturday La LaSaturday o
Saturday night she suffered a awblJe awhile relapse relapsewfaite
while her husband nd the be Vice President Presidentwms R Rwas laidea
was at her bedside bedsideHe 1te4IIi4eHe bedrtdeHe
He was as there Saturday andbut and Sunday Sundaybut 1J1sada 1J1sadabat
but when a little improvement 1m Improvementsb t was wassb waaall a
sb urn early Monday ado day he returned to toVtshiiurton toxasbingt0n I Iusblogt
Vtshiiurton usblogt n Attempts to keep the 9a 9aitems Ll a abents
items ents identity secret caused the e em employment 5 5payment ¬ I Ipl
payment pl ymeftt of a special S edal train to t toher bring lsrtr
her here From the train tn D she was taken takento takento inks inksto n
to the hospital in a closed carriage carriageIS caniaceRIOTERS
RIOTERS GUT DOWN DOWNIN
IS r BUOJS BILBOASTRE STREETS STREETSj L ET
j Sabers Used With Deadly DeadlyEffect DeadlyEffect Dees DeesEffect Y
Effect in Quelling Span Spanish Spanish Spanish ¬
ish Mobs MobsBILBOA NlobsBTI MobsBIIBOt
BILBOA BTI > > oA Spain June 1 St 3tStec scor Scores es of ofreligious
religious 1 rioters were cat C8 down with withcity wItiaWbeD
salters today when the police policeriaarpd end troop
charged niches Ia various barb of ofcity tbe tbedt7
city cityA
A great crowd of Carttots and Kattoa Kattoaattsts KaUoc1aIIIIts
attsts suToanied su IOQajed r the palace lace bf the gov governor P PfrJIOI ¬
error of Ills sy shouting Down with withthe wtt wttthe
the governor Mounted troops charged chargedthem cbarpdthem ed edthem
them with drawn cJra WIt sabers whichused which they theyused
used freely and many maa were hurt hurtSeveral hurtSevera hurtSevereal
Several other riotous gatherings were weredispersed wererHd
dispersed rHd ta like manner and U the theerrment e gov government pvfrnment ¬
ernment Is preparing JK Dreparl g for rive formid formidable t tabk 0IIDId 0IIDIda ¬
able a action actionFeeling
Feeling o C over the strained relations relationstweea be between Detween ¬
tween Premier Canatejas Caaakpafloes n ntlnta ttntetora ttntetoramore
floes and the Vatican VaUcaaIIWWe b daily dailyre E 6
mo more re bitter bitterAVIATOR bitterAVIATOR bi biAVIATOR tter
AVIATOR FALLS 500 50 0 0mo FEET FEETBUCHAREST FEETBUCHAREST I IBUCHAREST
BUCHAREST June 2S 2SGaIU 1SFrench GunYemeoe Fll a aFrench 3FftDCh
French a aviator tor to suffering from I18M a abroken aWoken
broken tag Metoday today ta a hospital here hereI tel tela sl sllommr
lommr I a fall of 5M feet yesterday 7 > from fromhs fromna
hs > aeroplane which tree wracked wrsefteiLut Fag Pafiure name
ure o of eagles to work saunas flat th wreck wreckAviator uq eat
Aviator and machine foB hsto rose a adtft take I
dtft < Ablest 2f toent teems testis bd nd HSfmsgeca mn m ec hat seme se ms
IFAMILY F FAM1LY MYSTIFIED IKtNEDGrandson MYSTIFIEDBY
BY HURDS PARTING PARTINGi
i t WITH 1THTHOUSANDS 1THTHOUSANDSGran THOUSANDS THOUSANDSGrandson
Grandson Gran Gives The Times TimesComplete TimesComple TimesCorn
Complete Corn Details of ofMans ofMans ofDans
Mans Life LifeHAS UfeHAS LifeHAS
HAS NO EXPLANATION EXPLANATIONHIMSELF EXPLAN EXPLANATIONHIMSELF TION TIONHIMSELF
HIMSELF TO OFFER OFFERSince OFFERSince OFFERS
Since S x Awvfceotag Aw Arm He Coot Accosat Ac Account AcI Accoat ¬
I
count for Own Onsys Actions ActionsSays ActionsSd15
Says DoC Doctor DoctorBy DodorB r rBd
By B THEODORE H JL TELLER TELLERNEW TILLRYORK TTLLZLNEW
NEW YORK June 28 8 A As S close as ashe ashe ashe
he was in m all other moaey Ji1f > ey matters iers we weare weare weare
are today unable bleio to explain ex tfa why hy mygrandfather my mygrandfather mYgrAIWIfMJaer
grandfather turned over more we than
40000 to a woman who became his hissupposed hisauppa3ed hissuppaned
supposed spirit messenger pr Since his hisawakening hiso hisa1ll hisawalser
o I awakening a1ll awalser eniR Mr Kurd H too to without withoutan
an explanation eJplsa oa of his own cores actionsDr actions actionsDr actionsDr
Dr Lee M L Hard of this city grandson grand grandson d dBOa ¬
son of Fenton J Hard until recently recentlya
a citizen of W Washington made the theabove theaboYe theabove
above statement today to a represen representative representative representative ¬
tative of The Washington Times m mdiseussiag in ind indiseuaaias
diseussiag d the suit filed by him to re recover reCOftr recover ¬
cover large sums from Mrs Laura IL ILCramer R RCramer RCramer
Cramer of Washington W who It is al aIleged alleged a aIe ¬
leged Ie essayed the part of a amedium amediumand medium mediumand um umand
and persuaded persu ed the elder Hard a man manof manof manof
of eightyBine years to make ko various rariouspayments Tarlouspaymmu variouspayments
payments to her herDr herDr herDr
Dr Hard H1 d recently appointed
conservator
conserva yonserrator rT < o ot ¬
tor t r of of the tb octogenarians estate esta tl > lat latter 1a 1ater 1atee ¬
ter having been adjudcged 1acavable 1acavabletells mcapabl iDcapabltdla mcapabltells
tells an absorbing life story of FenMn FenMnJ Tent a aJ
J Hard whole W IOIe last yean are now in tobe inbe tt ttbe
be marked by one of the most t unusual unusuallegal unu unusualleggl al al1fpI
legal battles ever waged in the District Districtof DistricoC
of Columbta ColumbtaTalks CoIUlllbiaTIIIb ColumbiaTalks
Talks s et Her Ia laaueac laaueacThe IdMsTIle e eThe
The story was furnished exclusive exclusiveTbe esduSi esduSilIe exclusiveto
to The lIe Washington Times it turnisrfsa furnisres furnisresnction
a true U istdgbt info lifk Htaas u tlMere9eueer tlMere9 titt4rpstmg
mg eves a et t has lb ailli3enal ailli3enalKunsan ouJ ouJh
Kunsan h interest tip lilY ys p + aeeeditrs aeeeditrsthat eeedint eeedintthat
that may hereafter take 1Iace In cY O ODeUoD + n nnxtbn
nction with Ids attempt to regain re < < aln amatt a apart 2pan
part of his fortune According Aecordln < < to Dr DrHurd DrHurd DrHued
Hurd the influence hI eBCt of Mrs Ira Cram Cramwith Cramtwith Cramwith
with whoa the aged man resided residedWashington residedWaaldnaton residedashington
Washington W for a number of years h hbeen l Fgradually 1 1bee
been bee > l gradually increasing since the thevenerable t tdeath h
death of his wife Steve recently I t tIlIaD tenerable
venerable v IlIaD had become so attachert attachertto i iu
to Mrs Crania and her eare of him himLis n nfretted 0 0his
his cI die dIDc dan that M fretted like likea Ilk eo eoa
a chess tf separated from her berMembers IllerJlembe herembers
Members of Ilk family knew mew that my mygrandfather mypother mygrastatather
grandfather was greatly 17 influenced ID lr lrMrs b bIra t tMrs >
Mrs Ira Cramer said Dr Hurd told toldtie today todayWe tj tjWe
We tie did not realise however that h r rinfluence rnfluence
influence I was so great nor that flit it hat hatanything hJ hJaIQthbag 3
a anything to do with the subject subjectspiratsalfsnt < f fsptntnaMsai fhIaIIa
sptntnaMsai hIaIIa or her Les supposed a super supernatural sup suppowers I Iaatural ¬
natural powersEzpectei powers powersExpect
Expect Ezpectei Sam ts Pay Boar BoarWe
We surmised of 0 course eo that tbatoU t tok1 tp
oU getitlemaa t might be pajrtag Mr MrCramer > ir irCramer irCnmer
Cramer hi > n a fairly liberal way ay forhto f fIOOIa for friris
iris room IOOIa in b bar r apartments and t r r rattention ratttoa rattention
attention to toJdaL ban We had no to4 iia iiahowever I L LlIIoev
however lIIoev r that be had been reeeivig reeeivigspirit niOein t + g g1M
spirit 1M inemaaiia fr from oaaese4tges o his dead wife wifeMary Wi f fJIIaa7
Mary r fw jeatra and ad that t these ese mo mohad m
had hoses follDwel > y 6e pay payto pa paJaft1t paymeat
meet of 0 large largeCramer Iar amn of messy to toCnmer Mrs
Cramer CramerOccasionally
Occasionally 1 my a > r grandfather ha haspent has has8IMIftt
spent a few weeks eeks with as at Greerwlc4 Greer Greerwicb GreErwieb
wicb wlc4 Cons Mrs n Cramer en has ateorr ateorrI ac OO OOIIUII4
peaks him somettmes for oC o late sear Yfarhe searhe
he had crown 110 that ho acted like a aaIecI
I spoiled aIecI child if kept away from her herDaring hc hcDIniDIf
Daring theee visits to as however there therr >
wa ryas a no hint that his J s fortune fOl lD wasdisstipated was bein beindissipated i r
dissipated or that he had received mes messages mereIatID ¬
sages relating reIatID < < to money matters from fromthe fromtile
the other world worldBec worldersies w
Bec ersies mc Sullenly S Itut HL HLsuddenly III IIIuLaR IllLast
Last March the aced mAD becam becamuddenly am amsudd8IIy
suddenly s JH I went to Washington Washingtonaft Washingtonafter
aft after r hhn and removed him toGreen toGreenwich to Green Greenwich > n nw1Cb ¬
wich A casual examination al ton of his ac accounts acCOUDts accounts ¬
counts showed show me that thousands Dds rf rfdollars t tdollars fdollsrs
dollars w were r iiiTMing We knew that he hehad hebad heLad
had spent nothing no aIDc on himself Mrs MrsCramer tiny tinyCramer IT ITCramer
Cramer had frequently written me that thatwas thatbe thathe
be was most Pen penntioas and that ehe ehewas h hWM
was unable nal le to persuade him to clothe clothehhwtf clothehlmsIf Iothepaeperb
hhwtf property propertyI
I began to make inquiries about hi hiaJtairs his hisatlfatrs
aJtairs For F atwhOe be was taciturn taciturnHe taclturTHe
He aetmed n mtri disinclined 10 make aD any ex explanation E1 E1rtifuoo exDlasmtiou ¬
planation Like every man be hated to toad8It oadmit o oadntlt
admit that Iat he had made de awa awaThiHMsans away with withtbonsasds i idiD
ThiHMsans diD of delays for which 1 1nothing be had hadD8tIdJIc hadnothing
nothing to show that be acted upoi upoimtmagta uJ > < z zme
mtmagta me aages from another world which whichmessages whccimessages hic hicbe
messages be was Just biajiinliig K to be believe b bave ¬
h ave were serious seriousTeUc
Tells 1 Abut ASM A Mt It ItFinally ItP1aaJIy
Finally he agreed to tell us about it itAt itAt itAt
At that time t De his recovery seemed doubt doubtful doubtful doubttnl ¬
ful He told me that Mrs Cramer ha hal haltor hadfor < l lfor
for many years been bringing him spirit spiritcommunications s it iteGIP
eGIP communications iettoDll from his h dead wife a ai aWOIn11 awoman
woman to whams in fife Iae was i devot devotedly deoteUy devotidly ¬
idly attached and a who wa was familiar familiarwith r rwItII
with his business attain Sometiiees Sometiieesbe Bometlntesthhe oIDetimo > S SIae
be sail 11 these messages eame when hr hrasked fi fiuke4
asked for them again there would be bea bea bea
a voluntary desire on the part of the thespirits theto thespirits
spirits to speak and Mrs Cramer Cramerobligingly ClamerobUmatY CratnFrobligingly
obligingly would officiate as a medium mediumand JMdlumaDd
and hand him the message messageI
I 1IIIdenItaacI minor sU ud that Mrs Greater did didnot did1IOt
not even employ the usual state Writin WritinJRetboIs writing writingthe writingnethob
JRetboIs et connecting the living will willme whitthe
the dead The messages were writtenoa written writttn0IdIuIy
oa ordinary JMti paper er and were handed handedover handedto
over to my grandfather I a in such form formHe formHe
He does say 7 however that the medium mediumwent dum dumlido
went into a short trance hi order to ob obtain obtbeID ¬
tain them the seance being held in a aKnowing aatlla
noses atlla u lira Creams apartsanu
Knowing the tact that he was ac accmmMsoi actuntosnei
cmmMsoi 1 lit tea years sr mars ago to at t ¬
tend register r ssaneis aces ta 21 Wsobtagtoa and sadft Dd
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