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DESERTERS ZOF OF OZARK OZARKMUST OZARKMUST OZARKMUST
MUST FACE CHARGES
HEAVY PENALTIES PENALTIESTIT PENALTIESAWAIT PENALTIESFROM
TIT DESERTED DESERTEDSerious DESERTERSFROM
FROM THE OZARK OZARKSerious OZARKSerious
Serious Situation Confronts ConfrontsMembers ConfrontsMembers ConfrontsMembers
Members of Naval NavalMilitia NavalMilitia NavalMilitia
Militia MilitiaHEAVY MilitiaREA MilitiaHEAVY
HEAVY REA VY PENALTIES PENALTIESFOR PENALTIESFOR PENALTIESFOR
FOR GUILTY ONES ONESPuatstaieat ONESPumsJuReAt ONESPint
Pint Ma May + J Be Extended t tFive te teFi1e toFive
Five Years If Conspiracy Conspiracyby
Is Prove ProveYe ProeitA
A grave Ye enlfeise b as s beae boat contrritt 11 W Wby sd sdby
by the member of c the District DiIItrktbattaJloa naval tntvaibattalion navalbattalion
battalion who took Vr French cb leave leavefrom lea lear heavecram
from r m the monitcr ucr0IIu1t ucr0IIu1tIn Osark OsarkIn OatitIn
In leaving the vend T as these theseclaim teclaim tb a ant antclaim
claim they did they fare charges of ofdesertion ofdeaertioa ofdeserttoo
desertion and an in the tbeevftlt event of ofton convic eoavicton conviction ¬
ton they may be eoi compelled > spoled to t serve servesentenoes servegentenees ervente
sentenoes nte in the District jail jat > j with wttIt1abor hard hidlabor hardlabor
labor indudedAlthough included includedAlthough aclu ed edAl
Although Al Brigadier General HarrIecommanding Harries Harriescommanding Hanies00CJUnaDCIIDIJ
commanding the land and sea forcesof forces forcesof fonesor
of the District Xational Guard had not notW JaOttoday aottoday
today receiVed a report port from Capt S SW SR
W Stratton commanding u aunandl g the naval Da battalion bat battalion battalIon ¬
talion attaches of his office have al already 311 311ready already ¬
ready investigated the extent of the offense of offense ¬
fense committed by the citizen sailors sailorsand sa sailorsand ora oraand
and it is considered evident evi eDt that tlIatt1ree littletime little littlettao
time will he lust in calling togethercourtmartial together tos < ether a aconrtmartlal aconrtmaJtlal
conrtmartlal to pass upon their guiltwhen gout goutwhen I1Ii1twhen
when the the Osark returns to the District DistrictWiH DIstrlctWill Districtwill
Will Hate CIaupc CIaupcIt 3i rgf rgfIt
It wa was stated a tSeneral Harries I rdeI of office oflee < < ¬
flee lee today that therewas there was BO doubt a athe about aboutthe aboutthe I
the men being charged with desertion desertionand desertionand d dnd
and nd that before the case has been beenpo beenposed dis disthe dhri dhriposed
posed po of the men will find that th attitle at atwalk the thewalk thewalk
walk from Annapolis to Wash Washwas Washington Washingtonwas 0 °
was easy compared to what will willawaiting be beawaiting beawaitln
awaiting awaitln < < them These men it is ism said saidwill sakiwill
will m be treated tNl treated ted aa regular lawbreakers lawbreakersand Jaw Jawand
and the t e guard 1Iua wsH have the tbeor services servicesof
of the Ua TTntted TTnttedin u uin Ied aMr aMrin
in disposing d of tWtasea ant an 1UMt it is issidered <
sidered sl ered likely l tely that no leniency will be beshown beshown beshown
shown and that the convicted men will willreceive willreceive i
receive the limit ltadtIn limitIn I IIn
In the th case of individual desertions desertionsthe
the convicted man may be dishonor dishonorably dishonorI dishonorIably dishonorably j
ably discharged d lebarced and required to for forfeit 1
f telt eit his pay and ad other allowances and andbe ad
be compelled to serve not more than thanthree tJaaathr I
three thr years at hard labor laborIn laborIn
In the case of two or more persons personsconspiring per personsconspiring oaa 1 1conspiring
conspiring to deser deserthe the paitDentIs punishment i iis
is the same except the confinement cotfnementlimit j
limit t is raised to five years yearsIn TeareIn yearsIn
In the event the case is judged ju4 < < ed as asabsence j
absence without lthout leave the penalty penaltywill penaltyt penaltyRill
will be slfs rhe li fine and t tcn n days daysmeat aya conAne conAneznent jThe
meat t at t the District t tJiI tJiIaya jail JsiLThe jailThe
The code of laws Ia governing < < ovenaba < < the thenaval I I Inaval
naval militia of the t e District is pro proTIded protided I Ivided
TIded for in the tb organic act of 1S9S 1S9Sand 1Z 1Zand i I
and in it is the importance clause clauseIn i jIn iIn
In all causes not specially herein hereinprovided I Iprovided Ip1OTided
provided for satisfactorily aattsfa < tor y the laws lawsgoverning lawsgovern tawsgoverning i
governing govern DA the National I Guard shad bemade be bemade
I ILaws
made applicable to the battalion battalionLaws batta1knLws
Laws LwsThe Stringent StringentThe StiiigentThe
The laws of the guard are patterned patternedafter patt patternedafter < < Md Mdtter
after those tho e governing 8OI the United Statesarmy States Statesarmy Stataarny
army and are particularly businessMite businessMiteand
and stringent The United States States8hal mar marshal marshal ¬
shal is directed to execute sentences sentencesand 8eDteacaand sentencesand
and to procure attendance of all per persons persons persons ¬
sons summoned before a courtmartial courtmartialjust COGrtmartiljust courtmartialjust
just as he is required to do in ordinary ordinarycriminal onl ordinarycriminal DalJ DalJcriminal
criminal casesIt cases casesIt caeeaIt
It was as pointed out at the guard headquarters head headquarters headquarters ¬
quarters today that the offense offe ae of these thesealleged t tal1eged thesealleged
alleged deserters from the Ozark willundoubtedly will willundoubtedly willundoubtedly
undoubtedly come under the laws gov governing pveming governing ¬
erning desertions in time of peace peacethe peCtthe peacethe
the punishments punl bments for which have beenmentlone been beenmentioned beenInentlon
mentioned mentionedTie Inentlon Inentloni1e mentlonei
i Tie e Navy Department has no DOdiction jurisdiction Juris Jurisdiction ¬
diction over the discipline of the National Na National National ¬
tional Guard system except e in timesof times tiIaesof timesfore
of emergency and in UIIIe of war then thentore therefore
fore its laws will not n be ee applicable tothe to tothe tethe
i
the CUBES of the District eesailors sailors saUonLDear ilors ilorsDt
Dear Dt artsialti Position ti
Officials of the Navy Xavysaid Department DepartBNDtaId
said aId today that the monitor moait Ozark withContinued withContinued with WitkCcalltbaued
Continued on Third PageWEATHER Page PageWEATHER PaceWEATHER
WEATHER REPORT REPORTThe
The center ceat < < of the western storm area areawill areawill areaSri1
will advance to the St t Lawrence Val Valles Valle
le les 1 during the next thirtysix hours and andit aD4it andit
it will cause local showers and Del thunder thunderstorms thUDdelstorms thunderstorms ¬
storms tonight or Thursday in the Lake Lakeregion Lakeregion Lakeregion
region the north Atlantic Spates tea the theOhio tileOhio theOhio
Ohio Valley and Tennessee and Thurs Thursday Tbarday Thursday ¬
day in the Middle Atlantic States In Inthe InthE Inthe
the east Gutt and South Atlantic Statesthe States Statesthe Statesthe
the weather will be generally raUy fair ex except except except ¬
cept that showers are probable on the thesouth thesouth thesouth
south Atlantic coast and ta the menorthern extreme extremenorthern exttesenorthern
northern portions 8rtJODa of JIissas Mississippi tppi and andAlabama aDdAlabama andAlabarna
Alabama AlabamaFORECAST AlabamaFORECAST
t
FORECAST FOR DISTRICT
Partly cloudy tonight Thursday m mere in increasing
creasing creasiD < < eIonIJbi eu followed by 8bow 8bowers uhowers
ers not notlight wrcp 1If cIt cIuuIse ba balig tasupeature
light lig t variaile VU1a Ie IeTJDOI winds mostly southerly southerlyFKMPSRATirJiE
TJDOI FKMPSRATirJiE JIIUIUlQt I
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CON CONTTARPBRS CO N OF WA WAHA WATAt WATAtHARP1
TTARPBRS TTARPBRSPotomac HA < tS T W Va VaPotomac hag 1
Potomac clear sknt Shenandoah a III sttglrtly sttglrtlycloudy IIIiI IUr IUrc1oWy
cloudy tins momnss sordmgP
P T tieg iOe Different MIt MItFraak Thds ThdsFrank
Frank Lthbey A 0 Ida N i 1 Awe AwerA
rA AAIYt
Extreme Penalties Provided Providedfor Procvl Providedfor ec1 ec1for
for Men Quitting Milttia MilttiaDencricra MilifiaDelllcrierA MuIIftaDeserters
Dencricra from Ozark are facing farfHKtrial faciagtrial facingtrial
trial by 11 o C courtmartial Hrti artRtarti art4 l upon de desertl desertfa deerIen
sertfa sertl R charge cbitrgcEcvtremc cltarlleEtrelftc chargettremc
Ecvtremc penalty f for r efTeiMte e e in iscaee inotae lac
otae c ec ef individuals ilHlhItI I fa K iliebener iliebeneraide iM haHor haHorabltf er eraltle
aide di diceharge ift kt hlll1e rce with f forfeiture rfelt re ef efpay eClB ofpnY
pay lB > aB and l allowances and three threeyears threeea threeYears
years ea couf ceafacment fta acmcat at h herd rd labor lalterIa laborIn
Ia ease e eC t1 tlroe ree er mere mea C8a C8atttiri eoaspiriatC
9 spiriatC tttiri irl c te t desert desertIK d ert C8tdhHJeat C8tdhHJeatl1UHIIk eea5seaseatpsaiskmeut
psaiskmeut l1UHIIk ellt IK extended t ta KVC KVCre SveTears e eYea
Tears TearsPrevktes Yea YeaPretlea
Pretlea re inieB made by I JaW TV f for r inch inchsentences K J ch chHCMteMce 11 11teHes
sentences teHes te t be served at District DistrictGa Dkitrlctjail Districtfait
jail and commander et National NationalGuard atlealGrt
Guard Ga ril has 11 MBS Alec ef halted States Statesaie Statl2rotJta1 Stateratar4hnl
atar4hnl rotJta1 at his tHftpJ tHftpJTJte dlspesalThe
The laws gevernlntr vend1It National NationalGuard atleaalCrcl
Guard ale applcRMe ai a i llcabe to Naval IVavsilPrel NavalBattaHea NavalBattalion
Battalion BattaHeaPrekltle BattalionProbable
Probable Prel We ceHrtB C8 courtmartial rtlftartl artl < < l will 111 be becalled Jecalletl becalled
called upon pea return ef Ozark te toakingtea teIB t tJd
akingtea akingteaIn Jd Rt 811 811Ia
IB event the offense er f alleged lie deserters liefierierA Ii Iitea
fierierA is elaeAses as absence absencewithout altscaeeW1
without W1 th1tt leave men can Je pun punIMbed llIa llIaMMII
IMbed It by paylag Sao a Sae ae aM aMterdRJ andsnlag
terdRJ tea day i ftt cnancnieat cnancnieatat AoBetReJlt
at bard H rd labor laborIK 1
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CUMMINS CUMMINSWARNS
IK WARNSREPUBLICA WARNSREPUBLICAa REPUBLICANS REPUBLICANSPleads NS
Pleads Today Before Iowa IowaConvention IowaConvention Iow IowConvention a
Convention for StrongerParty Stronger StrongerParty
Par Party Lines LinesDBS
DES MODE aeOTXES Ang A hater haterB a Senator fJ fJB A AL
B L CimmHiin C yes > Baking kutg IIK as temporary temporarychanman tellQllOnrYbefore t tehafraan
chanman before the Iowa IowaSlate IowaState Republican Republicaneffect Res cam
Slate aonventis which COllY o0wernedabort o0wernedabortl 1Ibort 1IbortIJT
IJT l r atedo JaG noon isiy Pr r aL1 aL1oEeet ll lledecc
effect that tile Republics is jetty wftyIse Wt71M wonfct wonfctbe
be dissolved d unless te nisei to be bevWed bevMcd 41
vWed against itself itselfReferring itselfKefetltDc
Referring KefetltDc to the famous saying sayingLincoln of ofLincoln ofLiacoIa
Lincoln hi which he said the Govern Government aolentmeet Gov ¬
meet could not D t permanently r endure endurehalfslave eD lure lurebalf
halfslave halfslaveiotas half stave v aDd baI baaf tree Senator Senatoridea c Cuss a aIt
idea said saidIt
It is even ea so with tb tits Republican Rblleaart7 Rlpbl Rlpblputt less
party rt7 It cannot osnd endma me permanently permanentlyhalf
half progressive pa lwe and bait standpat standpatdo I Ido Ido
do not JIIOtexpect expect to see It either defeated defeatedor det ed edar
or dissolved but t it most speedily speedilycone be becoate
come an progressive pre or all standpat staDdpetSeDator
Senator Camll Cummins D8 predicted e4 the party IUtJtould
would rise triumphantly above its itsant Mrs presdifficulties preeent
ant difficulties and Del become progr progrIn progressive progressiveIn eestva
In the coarse a > > IT8e of his h fpecch speech Senator Senatori SenatorCmatna
Cummins urged a every Republican to toport t tsu 0
0a
su port the Republican ticket He BeIIeJd H a
held it would be unwise to commit cotuasitreentry the thecountry theto
country to the Democratic party partyBlames partyBlames IartyBIaes
Blames Leaders LeadersSenator Leeioerssetor LeadersSenator
Senator Cummins CU IIDIIIs discussed d1 cU8Md theacid the theaDd tariff tariffand
and charged the Republican leaders leadersCongress ta taCongress IIIC n
Congress C with a sneering contemptu contemptuous ¬
ova oa open repudiation of the party partyplatform partypiaU partplatform y
platform piaU He took up the subjectrailroad subject of ofrailroad 0 0ranre
railroad ranre regulation and denouncedefforts denounced the theefforts thee
efforts e orts made to foist on the country countrythe CIOQIItrythe countryWiekerahant
the thebe Wtckersham bill Of the President Presidenthe Pre leftt lefttbe
be had little to say but 1Mrtm 1Mrtmwith hr hrwith inconnection inconnectionwith consseetioa
with the tariff said saidI I II
I believe the President Pr wanted ted to tofulfill tofulO t tfeildtl o
fulfill the promises pIOtI IIe of the party partyto and andto aDdto
to make his own declarations fIecIara oD but butleaders the theleaders theJea4Ien
leaders of both the House and lid theate the theref1llled fin Senate ¬
ate refused to recognize the party partypledge partypIeIIp partgo y
pledge pledgeSpeaking go
Speaking for a tarn tariff C commission with wit h
full powers Senator Cummins also in insisted bathat instated ¬
stated that one schedule be b revised at ata ata a aa t twhose
a time without going over the therange whole
range of duties I
Severe Se e OB 0 Bill8wator BilL BuiSenator BilLeDatot
Senator eDatot Cummins CUIDIII IS denounced the rafread rail railroad raJlMD ¬
road bin as it was first sent e t to tothe Congress Congressby
by the President He said Jd the Ptesident Presi President PnsI6eat ¬
dent unfortunately delegated ed the task taskpreparing of ofpreparing ofthe
preparing the railroad bill to the Attor Attorney Attorney Attorney ¬
ney General I have no reason to doubtthe doubt doubtthe oubt oubttbe
the honesty of the Attorney General Generalbe
be saidbut said but be had Just come from a along aIoar aking
long professional training tra and assodstion associa association association ¬
tion which bIeb unfitted hhn to deal wiselywith wisely wiselywith wi ely elywith
with this subject and there came from fromhis fromhis fromhis
his hands into the House and Senate abill a abfll abDl
bill which if it had been eea passed as Aid Aidrich Aldrich Aidrich
rich so emphatically declared it should snonldpass shaldpass shouldpeas
pass would ould have ha e consigned CODS Cned the Republi Republican Repubican ¬
can party to eternal disgrace and de defeat defn defeat ¬
featThe feat featThe fn
fnTIM
The speaker gave the insurgents ma eat8 credit creditfor creditfor creditfor
for making over the the9ester MO MOSenator bIDter
Senator ter Cummins criticised ca1tkL some features fea features features ¬
tures of the postal savings aa bill He said pidthe paidthe saidthe
the pkUform was bottomed bottolD on tile idea ideathat Ideathat ideathat
that the money not > r it In the tbe1d he poetofIIeusehoald postofnces postofnceshouU
houU 1d not be withdrawn by 1 y the Governinent Gov Government GovtlJlmeat ¬
ernment from the communities 1OOItte He Hea4d Bea4ded Heaek
a4d a4ded d dIn dThe
The power wer of the Fat over the W WID West WestIn
In centrolUnK the scnolv y of money is isatreaav IIIahwa htah
atreaav ahwa ah dy y too great and what hat we have havedene MvedeDfo baredone
done sill m add immeasurably to the East Eastern Ea8tInfluence Fssteri ¬
ern influence influenceInswrgests InfluenceIa InfluencesIndents
Indents Ia Control Cn < < Coaiwttee GnutteeThe cMitteedistrict j jThe
The district caucuses CS were held early earlytoday earlyre earlytoday
today resulting re altl In the selection of 0 a aresolutions aIMOhatJ areolutksns
resolutions IMOhatJ as committee com composed of ofrewftI ski stxnrogresnive skipr
nrogresnive pr rewftI And 6v five Mandpt standpetXers stsDd tiers The TheMajority Thejority Themajority
Majority jority nlattorm wfll W 1 indorse bI one Taft tor torwed torlIIteatlons forgeed
wed intentions over and then tIleDto land laudit landto
to the skies the insurgent 1a8u ent t Senators andCooaresanea and andCongressmen andCODAumea
Congressmen from Iowa IowaThe 10 IowaThe
The minority of the resolutions res luttoas com cfftnmittee CIIRI8Ittee committee I
mittee WIll have a report to present to tothe tothe I
the convention Uea which wffi Indorse Taft Taftand Taftand
I
and his AmnlnhiUaUun and the Repub Republican RepubUeaa Republieaa ¬
lican lenders of the nation indorse e the theadministration
administration tIoa of Governor Carroll ofCssthined of
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POISONERS IDENTITY IDENTITYREMAINS IDENTITYREMAINS
REMAINS A MYSTERY AWSTERYTO
TO WATSON JURORS JURORSParkersburg JURORSParkersburg
Parkersburg Authorities Are AreWithout AreWithout AreWithout
Without Any Trace of ofMurderer ofMurderer ofMurderer
Murderer of Judge JudgeEVERY JudgeEVERY JudgeEVERY
EVERY CLUE ENDS ENDSWITH ENDSWITH ENDSWITH
WITH BEER PARTY PARTYSisters PARTYSisters PARTYSisters
Sisters Known to Have Been WithWeafty With WithVeaMhy WithYeatt
VeaMhy Yeatt ty Man Now BelievediIMoceiit Believed BelievedInnocent BelievedIDUOCe
Innocent t of Crime CrimePARKERSBURG CrimePARKbona CrimePARKER8BURG
PARKERSBURG PARKbona tJJCG W Va Aug Au < < a att 3After
After tt < < three days of c investigation tJo dur during cI1IriDe during ¬
ing which more than a score of witneneesea wit witnesses ¬ i ihave
nesses have been heard the coroners coronersntbori coronersfury I Ijary
fury and the county aDd city ntbori authorities ntborities
ties are Ie still un without w any definite eftnit clue clueas clueas I
as to who poisoned P iIM Ded and robbed Judge JudgeJames JudgeJames I IJames
James A Watson W whose hoIM body l ody was wasfound wastOUlld wasfound
found on the porch oc Ms borne here herelast bereJut herelast
last Saturday Sat1mla Sat1mlaIn morning morningthe morningin
In fact as the Jay Jaytile lgaion proceeds proceedse
the e mystery m the Watson murder n1er case caseseems caseseems I
seems but to increase The T two Metzgirls Beta Betagirls
girls who were arrested as suspects suspectsbut atispectsbut ta tabat I
but later released were a satn am under underthe underthe I Ithe
the third tI nI degree today is s they havebeen have haveTheir hayebeea
been for two days past piaTbeIr pastThNr
Their only connection 1 A I It Nth the caseseems case caseparty cae8eeIn8
seems to o bus that the were among theparty the thepacty
party That gathered m Watsons Micethe office officethe otftcethe
the night before his body y was foundThe found foundThe foundTbe
The two gins to one of whom the dead deadattorney deadattorDe1 deadattorney
attorney had been 1 eeIa attentive atU tlve for some sometime 80 sometime le letIme
time are sullen uen and indignant tr that thatthey thatthey
they have been daily summoned 1AI ImOned toWood to toWood toWoo
Wood Woo county tOaDtyauthorities courthouse courthouseThe courthouseThe I
The authorities have given up theIdea the theidea th thIdea
idea that the Met flz girt had any realconnection real realconnection realCOIUIeCtioa
connection with the crime Claude D Dflbuns Da Dsums
flbuns sums also a o arrested as a suspect su pect has hasalso h5aao
also been exonerated
Simms was a apartner aIIUtI apartner
partner IIUtI w of Watson in the oil business businessJ businessJusy a aJ
J Jusy sy GrpiB G Gr Blindly BlindlyThe BHaiijThe BIiBiIybe
The be coroners jury is s practically practicallyamiilin pradicallyIn praeifcallygrepls
amiilin m In the dark cIa c A number of ofhave ofwltaeues
wltaeues II have been found who can teil teilf teilet tellof
et f JoOce Watsons movements earlier earlierJn
Jn a the night but no light has m been aged shetlI ahed1IP agedupon
upon 1IP D wiat t Jae did after be left tile jot jotpan jolly
I party pan at t his office and started rted home homeVVsnv boakItl houra
VVsnv a msmnur nt whleh wIIIeItIa8eIt whkitwratoren Kanion ws wslODed wasled
lODed led fa itself asymtf mjstlfjlng Aa II aut aut4ey aut4eyreveals < y yreveals yre
reveals re that be died by strychnine strychninpoisoning strychninepoisoning haln halnpoboaiD
poisoning bat it yet y < < remain to be explained CJ CJpIabIed ex ¬
plained how strychnine could be ad administered adJIII adsninhttered ¬
ministered JIII dIIteIed in such a manner aJIDM that an anIntended aDInteed
Intended victim could reach home me be before befOe before ¬
fore It took effect effectudge eGeetudp effectl
l udge Watson was a man who was wasfond wuload
fond of Ha flaaht stung his roU J I He HeJDOre had hadmore bedthan
more than t te 0 upon his person fie fnenight fienight ae aeJtl
night Jtl ight tt of the crime He always carried carriedseveral carriedseveral carriedseveral
several hundred bUJl < lftd dollars in a ttauillar ttauillarblack ttmillarblack
11 black IaeIt wallet and Park Parkcflsbnnc < aIbIIq store storepurchase storokeepers
keepers have noted that IMJ IMJpardaue seidora rrrsnd
a purchase without displaying < < a roll roilof rollof rollof
of yellowbacks The night J I It fcifere iofaefoaDd L fere he hewas hewas
was found dead upon upo the porch por of his hishorn
horn bo home the roD is said to have measured measuredtwo measure4two
two inches inch z thick t ck and all YellowJDODey yellow yellowmoney yeliowDouble
money
Double Life Li Knnwrefl KnnwreflDark RreiDark
Dark rumors are heard here of the re reputed reputed ¬
puted double life led by the noted WestVirginia West WestVirginia WMtVlqbda
Virginia attorney His attentions to toLulu WLabt toLulu
Lulu Mots eU are said to bar caused cauaidsensions 4IIe 4IIeat < dSsseaaiona
sensions at home homeThe homeTbe
The Meat family lived immediately m ht
the rear of Watsons law office and nit
Lnlu and ad Jessie Mecx were among unoG < < those thosewho tb thosewho ee eewho
who ratbered there to enjoy the beNt hospitality beNtpltallty ¬
pitality of Watson W atau upon II IOII his last la t night nighton
on earth Beer was ordered but It is isa 18a
a matter of common repute that Judge
Watson eras a teetotalar and this thismakes thismakes thismakes
makes all the more mysterious the pos possible po posible possible ¬
sible manner in which the poison JIObonadmll was wasadministered
administered admll 8tered Watson ataoa was a member memberof
of the city council and ancItou fought bt the sa saloon saIooa naloon ¬
loon element consistently consistentlyAt con iatently iatentlyAt
At the time of the tragedy Watsons Watsonsfamily WataonfaJDOy
family was absent Mrs Watson Wat80nin atson was
in Philadelphia Pl ladelphia where she had gone to toplace topIaee
place an invalid daughter da ter in a wad sanitarium saDitartum ¬
tarium t only son was in Clarksburg Clarkbur Clarkburbut < <
but as soon as he reached here he de demanded demaadecl domended ¬
mended an investigation inv tJoa of the sup ¬
posed po ed death of his father by b apoplexy
and foul play was soon discovered discoveredThe
The son is in daily attendance upon uponthe
the inquest but has almost a1mo < t abandoned
hopes of apprehending < < the murderer mu muJudge
Judge Watson was a man of State Statewide Statewide Statewide ¬
wide prominence and its murder has hascreated hascreat hascreate3
created creat 1 a sensation throughout throu hout West
Virginia VI dA He was one of the leading leadtntrmembers
members of o the Parkersburg bar and andone aDdone
one of the towns wealthiest citizens
Learns Manner of 0 f Sweet Sweethearts Sweethearts Sweethearts ¬
hearts Death Only After AfterGrave AfterGrave AfterGrave
Grave Receives Body BodyWHITE BodyWHITE
WHITE PO6T Va Aug g aWit With the thelittle tbelittle thelittle
little hamlets of Laws and White Poet Postas Poettile Poetas
as the opening < < and dosing cIo8ID < < scenes a aromantic aIGIIIUItIc aromantic
romantic tragedy of real life came to toits toits
its denouement here today y in the burial burialof burialI
of Dr George Murray urray Stuart well wellknown wellknown
known In Ptttsburg society who was wassnot wasMist
snot to death by a Jealous woman inthe in inthe
the Western metropolis on Sunday Just Justten justteD justten
ten days an before the date set for his Msmarriage histo hismarriage
marriage to pretty Alice Pauline Simp Simpson Slurpnon ¬
son of Lows wa Va VaNot VaNot
Not until tiI the simple but impiesslv impiesslvinterment ImpnuestveInterment t tlDterwent
interment service of the Methodist Methodistthe iethodttChurch
Church Ch bad been said at the pave by bythe bythe
the Rev John dine tile minister 10was 10 idrowas 0 01Ia3
was to have wedded the couple eeapIeon here hereon boreon
on August li did the girl who to was wasto wasto wasto
to have placed her lif Ute and honor in the thekeeping thekerpbag thekeeping
keeping of the young physician know knowthat Imo Imothat iroowthat
that be had been killed by Edna U Wal Wallace Wallace Wallace ¬
lace wu wU known 1 Iowa in Ptttburg underworld under underwotW UIIderWOIti
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BUSINESS REFORMS REFORMSDEMANDED REFORMSDEMANDEDBY
DEMANDED DEMANDEDBY JED BY TAFT TAFTPresident TAFTPresident TAFTPresident
President Orders Civil Serv Service Service Secvice ¬
ice Purged of Inefficient InefficientMen InefficientMen InefficientMen
Men and Methods MethodsBy
By JAMES JAX S HAY Jr JrIt JrIt JrIt
It Is the Presidents intention to have havein DYeth6 baretba
th6 th6III Governments < bu noes osndneted osndnetedIn
in a scientific saner with the sole nan nanof aliaor altoof
of promoting efficiency efftdeDeytM efflci ncy and economy m mtit hrthe
tit tM executive partments rpartmentsTbat partmentsThat rtmeat rtmeatThat
That mercy and consideration which whichhave whichb1ve whichhave
have been shown to those men and worn women w0men wornen ¬
en who have grown OWD aged In the tbeenrlce service aerrteeK I Ithe
< K the Government are to be done away awaysystem awaywith I
with by the aMo tic workings Of So Soay8tem asystem
system and the i ax nay fall on any anyderk anyclerk I Iderk
derk deemed inefficient inefficientThis 1lNaldeDtI htetlkienLThis I I ITbJs
This means that vo > 18 s the next > > eXt ses session ae aeNon ¬
Non oD of Congress C enacts into law the theplan theplan I Ipbn
plan of retiring redrtJt rnperannuated em employes employes eonployes ¬
ployes of the th classMed cla 8I6ed service on the thecontributory tIaecontributory thecontributors
contributory annuity scheme the aged agedclerks acedclerks agedclerks
clerks of the Government will probably probablyhave probablyba probablyhave
have ba but twelve nonths in which hid to tofind toDd toAnd
find Dd a 1 way of caring carin for themselves tbe Tea for forthe fortJ1e forthe
the remainder o of their ir livesIn Jives MvesIn JivesIn
In these few sentences lent nce there isunu is issummed Is8ID1Ded
summed unu ed up the farreaching decision of ofMr offr of1lr
Mr fr Taft and his advisers as indicated indicatedby
by b the information received today to y hi hiWashington IDashington inWashington
Washington that the th President has ask asked asked k ktour ¬
ed four firms of business b experts expertscone to tocome tocome
come to Washington go g through toe toeContinued tileContlaued t tContinued
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JEALOUS WOMANS TRAGIC BULLET BULLETBREAKS BULLETBKEAKS BULLETBREAKS
BREAKS HEART HEA RT OF VIRGINIA GIRL
Tra Tragic Romance of VirginiaHas Virginia VirginiaHas VirginiaHas
Has Pathetic Incidents IncidentsStuarts Inci IncidentsStuarts ents entsStaarts
Stuarts trade death nt the hands bandsof handsef hOB hOBef
ef a jealous vremna in Vlttsburg Vlttsburgfci lltt 1tur 1turtke
fci the most ReKlltieaHI e satleB I event in inthe Inthe inthe
the histery Itbiter i toryof of t tw two Virginia YI nla towns tovmjuMUs tonUJIlU townsMies
MUs lU Simpson Dr StHarts Hancee 1hlaccci Hanceeher
i is pr prostrated 8tratetl when she learns t the thetruth e etrath
truth trathlrltJltIs truthFriends
Friends planned at Ant not te tell teUker tellher
her the manner of Dr Stuart Stuartsdeath Stuarttleatk Stitartgdeath
death deathThe tleatkThe deathThe
The whole hale of White Tltltc Posts POit popula popnlarteH populadeR populatioa
rteH deeply I affected affected by the kc tragic tragicof tra tragicrisanee lc lcate
risanee risaneeof ate
of rooms m an exdnstve exd bachelor apart apartt apartntent
ntent t of the Smoky CIty CttyFather CItyFatller CityFather
Father Breaks Fateful News NewsIt
It was from the th lips Ii of Y her broken bIokllrted btekanhearted j
hearted rted father that Alice A1b Pauline Pau ne Stmp sa sa8OD Simpson j json
son whose friends throughout tbr all War Warren W Wcounty Wsan
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ren an county are myriad 1a 1athe teamed Ute tbeHoeria Utemd thedread
md news that ca caused He fall I In InFlsriag
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AVIATOR IS HURT HURTIN HURTIN
IN FALLING FLYER FLYERDr
Dr HH H H Walden of New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York Falls Fifty Feet FeetWhen FeetWhen FeetWhen
When Motor Stops StopsBQEMPSTEAD StopsHEXP8TEAD S to toHEMPSTEAD
HEMPSTEAD X T Aug 1I5o 3 1WJdJe 1WJdJe7III 3Whiletrying While Whiletrying
trying 7III out a new monoplane r upon wnfenDr wtIIehe which whichhe
he bad 1 been eea at wwtt for mete Dr DrXew DrJr DrR
Jr K ww Walden an a armbemr a aviator of ofNew ofNew
New York York city was neireieiy injured injuredwhen IDjareclJAriT injuredparty
party today 1 by y a tall of about auy rt rt1Iea feetwhen
when 1Iea somelong some Nac suddenly weal went at wrong wrongwith wroactt wrongwith
with tt the machinery machineryMe htllft
He was plunpclto plunged to the ground with wtthlaW withbie
Me machine and wx was u uucoinMeua De f when whenpicked
picked up upAt Q
At t the time pf the accident Dr Walden WaUenhad Waldenhad
had been In the air nearly half an hoar hoarsmoothly hourand
and ev everything seemed to he working workingsmoothly odttDclIDIOOtbIy
smoothly He mud me several circles circlesdemly ctrcIeaiaromd circlesaromd
aromd the a aviation D poua grounds a and evi evicIeInJy evldently
demly bad no intention of attempting attemptinga tt tta
a tending JaDd when the motor suddenly suddenlystopped 8UddeaIystopped sddeulystoppeid
stopped stoppedDr
Dr Walden had been speri xperimentteg xperimenttegwith perbDeIItmcwtth ronthg ronthgwith
with a new stability device ence for formoatbs several severalmonths severs seversmonths
months and bad been making his prac practice pracUee practice ¬
tice flights a1 t early in the morning not notcaring DOtto notoaring
caring to have his experiments with hi hinew his hisw hisnew
new w device witnessed by the large largecrowds IaIperowds largecrowds
crowds that usually gather at the arts aviation avlatloA artsflea ¬
flea grounds during durln < < the day T when whenflights wIMaa1 we weflights
flights a1 hts are being beJ mtt3e
Murder of Dr Smart in inPittsburg inPittsburg inPittsburg
Pittsburg Casts Gloom in inHis inHis inHis
His Old Home Homeher
her parents arms and which may mayher
i blight her life If forever foreverfather foreftrFather foreverFather
father and mother brothers sisters sistersand sbtersand an anand
and friends when they teamed the de details details
tails of 0 the tragedy in the faraway
city where the young country doctor doctorwent doctoent docrowent
went ent to make his name and fame and a
bore home for the woman he ha has courted for forteen
fifteen teen years bad at first decided thatthe that thatthe thatthe
the bereaved daughter should never be betold betold betold
told the details of her sweethearts uert8
death Then the thought tbo t came that dte dtegossip dlegossip le
gossip 80 iIIIp might reach her ears and that It itwere
were better for or her h r to be told by a 3 3friend afriend
friend near and Del dear to o her herThis herThis herThis
This littte Utt town and that of Laws Lawswhere Lawwhere Lawswhere
where the tMtmpe0D8 Simpsons sturdy industriousfarmers industrious industriousfanners
farmers raided r knew me well w J Dr > r Murray
Stuart They knew also that since be beand beaDd heand
and Mba X 3bnpson p oa attended att D ed the Front FrontItoyal 1roatBeyal FrontRoyal
Royal high hI school he had waited on onher ORMr onher
her Through all his college course coursewhile counewhile coursewhile
while he worked his way through atRandolph at atRandolph atR3Ddo1p1a
Randolph Macon they continued CODtbnJedtake totake to
take that interest ID retlt in the couples sfContinued af afContteued alOR
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ACCUSED REPEATS REPEATSINNOCENCE REPEATSINNOCENCE
INNOCENCE CLAIM CLAIMPhyskian CLAIMPhysician
Physician to Offer Proof He Hei HeDid HeDid
i Did Not Kill Belle
Elmore ElmoreI
I tnJJKHUJ C Aug 31 JL For For m tbe nmt rat rattAhee time timehto
tAhee his arrest a at Father Point 3 Dr DrH > r re
H H QtppeIi broke e his silenee and detoday doMated de deoiared
Mated today that when be reached Lon Loudon London LoRe ¬
don he e would clear himself of eltbe eltbeebarse the thecharge thecharge
charge of murdering his wife wifeI wifel
l I will 111 make no complete statement statementhere statementhere temalt temaltJIen
here he said bat when I am taken takenI
I back to England I shaU tell icy story storyasiderstand storyfrom toryI
from the bgiunhg aaa then you w will willunderstand I Ia
I understand a 11 K that I am not guilty ty of sourder mur murder murder ¬
der and that I told the truth when I Itice IItt Istated
stated Itt I was DOC a fiIII1the from roaa roaatice Jim Jimtics
tice ticeThis
This statement of the accused man manconfidence mans manscoudence s sCDIIGdeace
confidence in his da ability to prove hint hintby JabaMIt Mitresoli
MIt koetocent followed tile 1MiUoement aneemoemeby 1MiUoement1tr t
by Dr Crinpen C JIpea that be win accept the thelegal tIMJesaI thelegal
legal aid offered hint Ia by cable f fLondon from fromLondon fJOlllIeDdoIa rem
London In accordance with wtt the m thetios instruc instructions iDstnIeua ¬
tions of Arthur Newton the solicitor solicitorengaged 8O solicitorengaged dtor dtorby
engaged by Crippens friends in Bug Lugland Bugland EDI1aIMI
land the doctor says be will waive ex extradition exttJoft oxtradition ¬
tradition proceedings and return returnItmpector with withInspector withtor
Inspector tor Dew without contest contestCrippea CODteIItCrippea contestCrippe8
Crippea la Good Gee Huaer HuaerCrtppen Il1taerCrfppeD HamerCrippen
Crtppen following these theseis developments developmentsin t tJa
in his situation 3dtua oD today seemed see fairly fairlyjubilant fakiYJubIIa1lL fair fairjubilant ly lyties
jubilant Nevertheless eTertbeIe s the authorities authoritiesin ties
in charge of the accused doctor have haveredoubled haveredoubhd haveredoubled
redoubled their vigilance vfs aDce The guard guardabout guenIalaoat gucrdabout
about his cell has been increased and andtrustworthy
he h permitted to speak to DO ODe Mve MveU is istrustworthy ve veoleo
trustworthy U OL Uay persons who may 7 7upoa be beponided de depended ¬
pended upon to report his every ever woeCippen woe woriiCrinpen wonLctppm
Crinpen for an the sign he gives 1 givesco v has hascompletely IaasCOIIIpletely
completely co mple t ely forgotten ror tteD Ethel Clarenave Clare Le Leneve LeDeYe
nave his companion Nat ot once accord accordtag a ato accordlag
tag to the subordinates of Jailer Joseph JosephMorin JosepMorn b borin
Morin > > orin has he asked eel about her since sincewas he hewas bewas
was taken to court courtter courtterBut for arraignment arraignmentBut
But the girl made as comfortable comfortablepoUtble comfortablepossible as aspossible
possible at the home of Chief McCarthyseems McCarthy McCarthyseems CCartbl CCartblMeDIi
seems seems unable to forget t for a womenthe moment momentnant mcaentthe t
the mall who 110 baa played such a doJDi doJDina do doaunt
aunt na t part ta her life In every word and andaction andactJoa aiXaction
action she be betrays her anxiety for him himUnder himURIhr hintunder
Under the guidance of Inspector lJaspeetorof Dew Dewof De Deof
of Scotland Yard the authorities today todaycontinued todayd todajcontinued
continued d their efforts to wear weerdo her herdown hertIown
down do wn r TboaI Though a she be has aJrea already alreadymush y told toldJauda
mush of her pitiful story they are con convinces CODfbIced conreared ¬
reared that once her reserve can canshaken be beshaken beea
shaken ea she will give a mass of ofinformation valuable valuableinformation vaI abIe abIebdormatIoA
informationla information
la Matrons atr8RS Case Casewffl CueOa CaseOn
Oa Mr return trlJe t to Enlaced the girlWill girl garwin
Will be hi the care of f one of 0Il1be 0Il1beeat the shrewd shrewdest sfuewdout ¬
est women detectives of Great Britain Britainthe Britabtthe Britainth
the th matron troll who leaves tomorrow for forQuebec forQaeI forQuebec
QaeI Quebec ec To this woman accorling eCOI to tothe tou t tthe o
the u ponce will be delegated the delicate delicatetask delieateUI delicatetask
task UI k of obtaining obtaJIIfn < < facts not told in t tgirra tbe tbegirTs tbeIrls be
girTs < < Irls story to Dew Besides her persua perauasire persuasive penuastYe ¬
sire powers the matron will bring brtn t tCanada to toCanada toCaaada 0
Canada a letter from Mrs leave leavegirls the thegirls the9r1s
girls mother which is expected to have havea barea
a terse influence In inducing the girl K rI to tocease toceue t ttease o
cease protecting < < Crtppen CrtppenNot CrIppea1Iot CrlppenNot
Not only is every consideration considerationbeing now nowun BOWbeIDg
being shown 3isis Loners but It Is un understood sunderatood J11dentoOd ¬
derstood that from the time she lea leaQuebec leave leaveQuebec VM VMQuebec ve x
Quebec till t l she reaches London she will
be kept in absolute seclusion Votbing hothn hothnto iI
to circumvent the curious acid the thenewspaper theDeW t tnewspaper
newspaper DeW pa men will be left undone It Itis Iti I
is i < j unlikely that t Miss X Leneve willtaken will be betaken betakea
taken aboard the liner at Quebeccave Quebec be because becae ¬
cause of this desire to throw everv evervone eveYODe eve eveone °
one off of tile trail trailMrs trailKn tealMrs
Mrs Marlon Phillips Phil the thebas matron us rca n nhas who
hag bcD D in at a endance DCe on the fin finprisoner r1r1pri ti tiprisoner tl
prisoner pri oner here tu tt ti ay iy Y declared her be con ¬
dition showed marred improvement al although alt ¬
though t h she wa was Ms o nervous late la lainnight a last lastnight
night t that it was wa found necessary t tgive te tegive o
give her an opiate opiateAll opiateAll opiateAil
All shoes she needs Is rest said Mrs JlJ1L1P Y rs
PfcIlips PfcIlipsterr 1P il pa She appears to be w wFr wFar curving
terr terrrose
Fr tIM Lc ue since Dee air collapsed collapsedas 1 i
as Dew faced iCed her 011 dIP steamer Moot Mootrose t troIIe
rose Mite Leneve this morain morning ate ateContinued ateCoRtIMted ateContinued
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Mysterious Naval Prisoner PrisonerFreed PrisonerFreed PrisonerFreed
Freed Marries Washington WashingtonGirl YI ashingtonGirl
Girl at Rockville RockvilleSPENDS RockviUeSPENDS RockvilleSPENDS
SPENDS HONEYMOON HONEYMOONAT
AT BEACH RESORT RESORTEngaged RESORTE
Engaged E Ea a ed Before His CowictionWoilidil Conviction ConvictionWoman CGm Ct onJ onJW
Woman W IMii Rem Remains ns Coasat C ItSU t Cheer Cheering Cbe Cbei Cheerltg ¬
ing i Him on to Freedom FreedomIncidents Freed9mIncidents i iIncidents
Incidents in the Romance of ofA ofA o oA
A Naval Prisoner PrisonerI
I L Lese eve e et f Mar M Kilo > 9 > Katherine Katlleri e Sevln la laceallve laceathe Ineeatis
ceallve e f for r geed jc 1I8 Ni tI behavior ef efiMacr efLaaery ofLauer
iMacr Laaery t die jwyKtcrietts 8terie naval navalyrfanuer aavalpr navalprisoner
prisoner pr r new frc frcMI free frreI freeMISS
MI MISS > I SeTa S hiY loyalty 1ttya < lt > f fye fee ever Vcr three tkreeyeers threeyears
years ye rs earls te I her tveadhts toLaser to toLatter teLatter
Latter LatterBB LatterBSJaCRteRt Laser13atacmest
BSJaCRteRt BB a cment ef f ce couple j e made before beforetbe Ite beforethe ere erethe
the l Lrltlegra8 rMesr Mt lieu trettltle We aroseLauer arose arosed areseLatser
Latser f8tes Jile e CXHCt expects a Bar Barden
den d Hi Hall t te be fully exonerated cxeaerntcdtfcc e1eaerntetLXl1II exoneratedMbu
Xl1II efa was fTellaet vHlter vHltertJte at atthe
the prfewH Htif where Laaer Laserserved Laaerserved LaaerTelt
served Telt a as chief clerk clerka clerkMiss
Miss x Sevin Sevi < < W4 worked rkell as a tailercss I in inyrisoiiine 1ay falv
lv y aoklugtea c during Lasers La er mt m iogriewnmeat
yrisoiiine t HvteR ki g at JStl First FirstLa Flntt Flatstreet
street t oet Jt4 northwest northwestLasers CtkwCttLars
La Lars erTM record jifc shows ws fee desertedre deserted desertednve < < l
Ave re BMtBtlM after caH e enlisting xstl tli S Hedeclines He liedeclbtct
declines t to dtnea nocuous > lt He raak raakMystery raakfyRery rankMystery
Mystery veiling rt the identity of Charles CharlesJoseph ChathsJeeepb CharlesJoseph
Joseph Lauer tile mysterious myste ous prisoner prisonerreleased prti prisonerreleased Oner OnerftIeaeed
released a week ago Co from the nay nayprison nayJdBon nayprison
prison ship Soutbery at Portsmouth PortsmouthX
N H HL was lifted today when through throughofficial througl1eGkIaI throughetedai
official chnmrls was unfolded a Jove JoveThree loeba lorenneee
nneee herein prison ba born bad no nopd noder
der elneillttle pd o of love loveThree loveThree
Three days n after aft < < Lauer was whizzed whizzedaway whtcxedaway whtaedaway
away in an automobile front the prison prisonwhere priaowbeft prieoxwhere
where he had Paced exactly onehalf of ofa ofa ata
a sevenyear sentence 1IeDte Ce on four chargesInvolving charges chargeshrvoiving ehargesIIveh1Dc
Involving forgery he was married to toMiss toXJ8 toMina
Miss Catherine Sevin a pretty Wash Washington WaahJDpon Wasaington ¬
ington tailoress whose w love and ia 7afaiteriag iafaltering JafaJteriD
faltering faJteriD < < trust in the man of mystery mysterywas mysterywas ry rywas
was the incentive which bIeb resulted ed a his hisrelease hisreleue hisrelease
release for good behavior and excel excellent exc excIeDt excellent ¬
lent service serviceThe serviceThe rnce rncebe
The be couple were married Saturday Saturdaymorning SatardyJDOIDba Satur3aymorning
morning JDOIDba < < at BockvOle Marylands GretnaGreen Gretna GretnaGreen GretnaGreen
Green by the Bev Thoo Thomas TIMImu1rector nSS J Packard Packardrector Packardrector
rector of Christ CIn1 t Church ChurchSince CIumhSinc
Since Sinc = e the wedding Mr and Mrs > > rs Lauerhave Lauer Lauerhave Lauerhave
have been enjoying < < their honeymoon hoDeJ < moun at atC
Cnesaneake C PMk Beach They are stopping stoppingremain stoppingat
at the l3lhcdlr ere Hotel and expect toremain to toremaiD
remain at the beach for a month monthEzpeets JDOftthE mathExgots
Ezpeets E FnM Esooeratiea EsooeratieaI
1 am down here for a rest and to toplan topIaD
plan our future said 8I d Mr Lauer todayWe today todayWe tOOa tOOaWe
We are both happy and Del I am sure the theday theday theday
day is coming when I shall hall stand before beforethe beloretile beforethe
the world an exonerated man with all allthe U Uthe Uthe
the dark clouds rolled away awayBehind awayBeIdD4
Behind this significant assertion aNeI OA is the thesolution t hesoluteon e eIIOIJUoa
solution of the trust and devotion eIotioA of the thewoman thewomaa thewoman
woman who is now his wife Wooed Wooedand Wooedand Oed Oeda
and a 4 won long before the accusers finger fingerhad ADgebad fingerhad
had pointed at bun she remained ever everloving everloriac
loving and loyal through three and anc ahalf a ahalf ahalf
half Ion long years sorrow row stricken but butwith butwith
with a sublime faith in the Innocence Daoceuce of ofMrs orher
her aaace fianceMrs aaacers
Mrs rs Career knows all the eit circum circumstances cireumstaaees eum ¬
stances surrounding my conviction so soher a aber >
her love Jo was not blind said Mr fr LauerWe Lauer LauerWe Lauere
We e became engaged before the unfor unfortunate untort unfortunate ¬
tunate t e circumstances arose but she shenever he henever
never wavered in her trust knowing knowingfull
full well that time would dear my mv name nameand nameaDd
and that she would not be ashamed asha ned of ofit orit ofIt
it We are both of an age that we wewould weould wewould
would ould do nothing without thout a full consid consideration consideration ronalderatiou ¬
eration of the circumstances
Mr Ir Lamer would not discuss In detail detailthe detailtho detailthe
the nature of the forgery charges on onwhich onwhicb onwhich
which he Ie was convicted and sentenced sentencedto
to the navy prison except to say thatthe that thatthe thatIepd
the alleged Iepd forgery consisted of signing signingchecks signIngLM
checks checksLooks
Looks LM ks For a Full Pardon Paranathat Par 4NL 4NLStroag
Strong 1Dt malm was given eB by him himthat
that th at attpardon he e expects ultimately to receive a apardon apantoa
pardon and aII steps already have beentaken been beentaken n ntaken
taken to that end He gained the re respect respect resport ¬
spect and confidence COft ce of the naval authorities au authorities autbarItiEs ¬
thorities chile in prison prI on and lid became becamechief becamfchief becamechief
chief clerk to tf Captain W I L Rill com commander commDftT corntnander ¬
mander of the Soutbery and the Tapeka Tapekathe Tapekathe Topekathe
the two pri prison os ships at PortsmouthSentenced Portsmouth PortsmouthSentenced PortmDOathSenteaeed
Sentenced to prison pt On for seven years yearsI
I knew me the only course open to me wasto was wasto wast
to t nake the best of it and I did my myutmost m mutmost
utmost to obey every rule and regula regulation regulalion gula gulatIna ¬
tIna striving hard to sin every day dayoff dayoff dayoff
off that I could he said About a ayear avear
year after I went aboard the Southery SoutheryI
1 I was appointed chief clerk to the com commander com comJDDder comwander ¬
wander and no man ever worked more moreuntiringly moreuntlrlDCY
untiringly to give 1Ye efficient etft eDt and faithfulscrritr faithful faithfulservice falthfulsen
service serviceThere sen
There is no particular mystery about aboutmy aboutmy
my career hi the prison p son As perk clerk to the thecommander thecomlllSDdtt e
commander I naturally had liberties libertiesbut 1IbertI libertibut < S Sbut
but I never forgot I was a prisoner prisonerlike prisonprlike
like the other < r unfortunates unfortunatestor vnfortaDllteaThat unfortunatesThat
That Mrs Irs Laser was a frequent vial yj8ftor vialfor
tor at the pnso prima was admitted by Mr MrLauer Ir IrLauer irl
l Lauer auer who said that she received ed her hermade herJK herpermit
JK permit > MDIt from the Navy wry JepartJDetlt Sherude She SheIt
made It e her first call about ainonth mouth afterher after afterher alterher
her fiance entered the prison and forthree for forthree fortbN
three tbN years afterward was constant and anddevoted andecl
devoted ecl in her attentions attentionsWife atteatlonsVftfe attentionswife
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