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Been Discovered at Brooklyn
BV B i Associated + PressI Press j
I Aug A 17 17A A yeftow 1e W fevertiter fever fe feattnla
1 titer 8d yeMerday attnla etdrti la First FirstMf FiMtk FirstkIya
> Mf k kIya whoa a doctor sm smend s sumend m mend
end a patient found John Johna Jo Jl Jla
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ama a tew < ey e weeks < ago At AthoapKal Atiaa Aty
y Jai hoapKal at the physicians physicianshad J th k N slctaB s
Mattehad Matte had 1ta < < a mild 1B d case of I
lAST CARDS CARBSPEACE CARDSPEACE
PEACE ENVOYS ENVOYSr
r ARE AREPLAYING PlAYING PlAYINGThey
They Both Get Stubborn andNeither and andNeither andNeither
Neither Budges an Inch on o n Indemni In Indemnity ¬ i
demnity demni Proposition PropositionLIMIT PropositionLIMIT PropositionLIMIT
LIMIT NAVAL POWER POWERThat
That is What Japan Proposes for forRussia forRussia forRussia
Russia in Far East EastCONFEREES EastCONFEREES EastCONFEREES
CONFEREES FAIL TO REACH AN ANAGREEMENT ANAGREEMENT ANAGREEMENT
AGREEMENT AND ADJOURN ADJOURNTILL ADJOURNTILL
TILL TODAY TODAYTHEY THEY ARE IN INGOOD INGOOD INGOOD
GOOD HUMORAND HUMOR AND TAKE THE THESITUATION THESITUAT1 THESITUATION
SITUATION SITUAT1 N PHILOSOPHICALLY PHILOSOPHICALLYAND
AND WITH BEST OF FEELING FEELINGBy
By Associated Press PressPortsmouth PressI
I Portsmouth Aug 17 17The The peace peaceplenipotentiaries
I plenipotentiaries J adjourned the morn morning mornIng morning ¬
ing session for luncheon at 130 130oclock 130oclock 130oclock
oclock today toda having spent the entire entiremorning entiremorning entiremorning
morning In 2 dlscusson of article 9whiek 9 9whlek 9whiek
whiek is believed to include the ques question question question ¬
tion of Japanese reimbursement for forthe forthe forthe
the cost of the war Not being able to toreach toj toreach
j reach an agreement the conference conferencerecorded conferenceI conferencerecorded
I recorded the divergence of views and andproceeded andproceedoo andproceeded
proceeded to discuss the next article articleThe articleI
I The morning session developed an ab absolute abI absolute ¬
I solute Impasse both 1 > sides being obdurate ob obdurate obdurate ¬
durate Neither budged an inch inchIt
It can be stated positively that the thetwo thetvio thetwo
two remaining articles are in order as asfollows asfollows asfollows
follows Article eleven provides for fora
a limitation of Russias naval power powerIn
In the Par I ar East astanll and article twelve twelveprovides twelveprovides
j
provides for a grant of fishing rights rightsin
in Russian literal tram ro1Lfaclhostock ro1Lfaclhostockto ladlvostock ladlvostockto
I to be the Behring Sea SettThe SeaThe se seThe
The following official oft ral statement of ofthe ort ofthe
the t e afternoon session has been be en issued issuedArticles IssuedArtlcles
Articles 10 antf an 11 were discussedRegarding discussed discussedRegarding discussedRegarding
Regarding the former the plenipoten plenipotentiaries plenlpoteni plenipotentiarles ¬
i tiarles showed a divergence of opin opinion oplnJoe opinlot ¬
ion which has not been settled The Thediscussion Thei
i discussion of article eleven Is reserved reservedfor reservedtor
for a later meeting The conferenceadjourned conference conferenceadjouraed conferenceadjourned
adjourned to tomorrow at 630WHAT 630 630WHAT 630WHAT
WHAT JAPS W4LL DO DOIF DOIF DOIF
IF WAR CONTINUES CONTINUESL CONTINUESLondon
I L JARGon don Aug 17 17Baron Baron HayashI HayashII
I the Japanese minister to Great Brit Britain BrItaln Briti
i ain said today t todayI < HIa
j I If the war contlues our forces will willi willcapture
i capture Vladlvostock and Harbin HarbinI HarbintadR
I taking tadR by 9 force a territory of greater greaterval greatervalue greatervalue
val value e than the payments now demand demanded
f i ed by the Japanese after which our ouraiiay ouratm ourarmy
army atm will be entrenched in a line linefrom linef linefrom
from f = oom which It will require treble thenumber the theauraber lheDumber
Dumber of the enemy to dislodge us usBaron usBaron usBaron
Baron HayashI said the plenipoten plenipotentiaries plenlpmentiaris plenipotentiarles ¬
tiaries of both sides possess full pow power ¬
I er T to conclude peace and that a ratifi ratlfii ratificntiOR
i tangs of terms will be only a matter mattero
o or formality formalityENVOYS fonnaUtrI fonnaUtrENVOYS formalityENVOYS
I
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ENVOYS ARE PLAYING PLAYINGTHEIR PLAYINGTHEIR PLAYINGTHEIR
THEIR LAST CARDS NOWPortsmouth NOW NOWPortsmouth NOWPortsmouth
Portsmouth N NH H Aug 17 Five Fivearticles Fivearticles
articles of the possible treaty of ofWashington ofWM ofWashington
Washington WM lngtoR remained to be consid considered cons1dI considered ¬
ered when the peace plenipotentiariest plenipotentiaries
t I resumed their session at the navy navyyard nanI navyyard
> yard today toda Sakhalin upon which it itbad itbad ithad
bad been jeen impossible to agree and andi andJilek andwhich
i which has been passed over indem indemslty IndemIrlh indemI indemIpity
pity limitation upon upon Russias sea seapower seapoer seapower
power the surrender of the Interned Internedwarships InternedI Internedwarships
I warships and the grant of fishing fishingrights fishingI
I rights on the moral of the maritime maritimeprovinces maritimeI maritimeprovinces
I provinces Remuneration for the cost costof C03tof costof
of the war it is believed belle ed is numbered
9 the first article to come up today todayContinued todayt todayContinued ay ayContinued
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Continued on Page Four Pourpreviously FourI Fourpreviously Fourprevlossly
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previously reported as Infected show showling showI showIng
ling I Ing ng the slight sUghtspread spread of the disease diseaseA
I A list of 18 suspicious cases reachedthe reached reachedthe I It
the t e Marine Hospital offices after thej theji the thereport thereport
i report closed and were under investigatlon investli investligation InvestlI
I gallon today A fine showing was wasi wasmade
i made by b the physicians 47 of the 66 66I 66cases
1 cases being reported from their prl prli private
I
i vate practice Ten more were re reported reortad reForted ¬
ported ortad by t tue e emergency em enC hospital hospitali hospitalTwentytwo
1 Twentytwo of the cases were in the theoriginally theoriginally theoriginally
originally infected area Only five fivenew fiveDew fivenew
new foci were above Canal Can street streetthree streetthree
1 three adjoining squares already Jnfect Jnfected
ed
I yellow ellow fever feerThe Tie health department departmentwas
was notified and Its agent reported reportedthat
that he found certain c I in symptoms s of oftyphoid o ophol41 oftyphoid
I typhoid malaria and ha has grave sus suspiicons suspllcolis suspheoas
piicons that t at his fellow physicians were wereright wereright wereright
right In their opinion that Murphy Murphyhas Mnrpbyhas
has yellow ellow fever fe He ordered Murplry Mur Murpby MurHIy
pby placed in an isolated ward An Aneffort Aneffort Anwin
effort will be made to find llndoutwhat llndoutwhatsteamer out what whatsteamer whatsteamer
steamer brought the man here
UNCLE SAM SAMGOSH GOSH DURNI WHEN I WUZ A BOY THEM TH iy WEEDS NEVER GRiGWED WITH SUCH
RAPIDITY AS THEY DO NOW
FUNDS IN PLENTY PLENTYFOR PLENTYFOR
FOR CANAL CANALWURK CANALWork
WURK WURKWork QRK QRKNotStopped
Work Not NotStopped Stopped Because of Lack Lackof Lackof
of Money Says Chairman ChairmanSlionts ChairmanShonts ChairmanShonts
Shonts ShontsBy
By Associated Press PressWashington PressWashington PressWashington
Washington D C Aug 17 17A A rum rumor rumor rumor ¬
or Is current at Panama that work on onthe onthe I Ithe
the canal has been stopped on account accountof I Iof
of lack of money mone appropriated for the thework theI theork thework I
work ork This T ls Is denied by the statewent state statement st teo teoment ¬
ment of Chairman Shonts when he h as assumed assumed assumed ¬
sumed the presidency of the canal canalcommission canatcommission canalcommission i
commission in which he said that he hehad hehad hehad
had planned careful conservation of ofwhat orwhat ofwhat
what remained of the ten million dol dollar dolI dolIlar ¬ I Ilar
lar appropriation by congress so as aslo asto I Ito
to avoid a stoppage of work until untilcongress untilcongress I IcongresS
congress gathered in December The Theamount Theamount theamount
amount was divided Into money al allotments allotments allotments ¬
lotments and this expenditure has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been followed carefully with one ex exception exception exception ¬
ception where an extraordinary ex expenditure expendlture expenditure ¬
penditure was necessary It is be believed belieed believed ¬
lieved no necessity exists for exercis exercising exerclsIng exercising ¬
ing the privilege granted the commis commission commlssion commission ¬
sion by b congress to t issue bonds to tomeet tomeet tomeet
meet expenditures on the canal canalNOTORIOUS canalNOTORIOUS canalNOTORIOUS
NOTORIOUS NEGRO WOMAN WOMANIS
IS AGAIN ARRESTED ARRESTEDj ARRESTEDRhoda ARRESTEDRhoda ARRESTEDRhoda
j
Rhoda Thomas a negro woman who whohag whohas whohas
has been a frequent visitor to t the themunicipal tlemunicipal eI eImunicipal
municipal court for several years ears was wasagain as asagain j jagain i
again taken into custody cus ody last night nightand nightand nightand
and upon her arrival at the police policestation policesstation I Istation
station created considerable excite exclteim excIteiment j jment
mentThe ment mentThe m L LThe
The woman was arrested for being beingdrunk beingdrunk beingdrunk
drunk but the officers believe that she shewas shewas f fwas I
was crazed by b cocaine When she ar arrived arrived arrived i
rived at the station she was foaming foamingat
at the mouth and refused to enter a acell acell i icell
cell The result was that several severa f per persons persons er ersons
sons were called upon to assist Ini InilocldngYthe inj injlockingVlhe in I I10ckingYthe
lockingVlhe woman up Her Hermanner Hermannerand manner mannerand mannerand
and the fact that she was foaming at atthe atthe atthe
the mouth caused those In the station stationto I Ito
to seek other places and it onlyre onlyrequired only reo reoqulred required ¬
quired a few moments to clear thestation the thestation thestation
station of almost al visitors j i
BASEBALL BASEBALLAugust LIL LILu
August u gust gustBy 17 17f 17By
f
By y Associated Press PressAmerican PrCssAmerica PressAmerican
American America League LeagueCleveland LeagueCleveland LeagueCleveland
Cleveland 1 New Ne York 2National 2 2National 2I 2National
I
National League LeaguePhiladelphia LeaguePhiladelphia LeaguePhiladelphia
Philadelphia 4 St Louis 1 1Brooklyn 1Brooklyn 1Brooklyn
Brooklyn 4 Plttsburg 5Boston 5 5Boston 5Boston
Boston 3 Cincinnati 5 5New 5New 5New
New York 3 Chicago 0 0Southern OSouthern 0Southern
Southern League LeagueAtlanta LeagueAtlanta LeagueAtlanta
Atlanta 7 Nashville 3 first gameAtlanta game gameAtlanta gameAtianta
Atlanta 1 Nashville 0 second secondgame secondm secondlon1gomelj
game gameMontgomery game gameMontgomery m
Montgomery 5 Birmingham 1 1Little 1Little I
Little RockShreveport no game gamerain gamerain gamerain
rain
MemphisNew Orleans no gameSouth game gameSouth gameSouth
South Atlantc League LeagueMacon LeagueMacon LeagueMacon
Macon 1 Augusta 5 5Columbia 5Columbia 5Columbia
Columbia 3 Savannah 0 0CharlestonJacksonville 0CharlestonJacksonville
CharlestonJacksonville postponed postponedrain
rainIRON rain rainIRON rainIRON
IRON WORKERS WORKERSCO
CO ON STRIKE STRIKEAMERICAN STRIKAMERICAN
AMERICAN BRIDGE CO IS OBJECT OBJECTOF OBJECTOF
OF THEIR ACTION WHICH WHICHWAS WHICHWAS WHICHWAS
WAS ORDERED ORDEREDTERDAY 0 RDE R ED Y YES YESTERDAY Es EsTERDAY
TERDAY TERDAYBy
By Associated Press PressNow PressNew PressNow
Now York Aug 17 17In In accordance accordancewith
with the orders of the general execu execulive executne executine
live board of the International Association Asso Assoclation
ciation of Structural Stru < tural Iron Workers Workersfor
for a national strike against the theAmerican theAmerican theAmerican
American Bridge Company severalstrikes several severalstrikes severalstrikeS
strikes were called yesterday on the thecompanys thecompanys I
companys contracts in this city citySecrelaQ citySecretary
Secretary Green of the local uniondeclared union uniondeclared unioncc1ared
declared that the strike will continue continuei continueto
to spread spre d all over the country until a asettlement asettlement asettlement
settlement is reachedCZAR reached reachedCZAR reachedCZAR
CZAR RESTORES CHURCHPROPERTY CHURCH CHURCHPROPERTY CHURCHPRoPERTY
PROPERTY TO ARMENIANS ARMENIANSBy
By Associated Press PressSL PressSt
SL Petersburg Aug 17 17A A Russian Russianimperial RussianImperIal Russianimperial I
imperial Ukase was issued today re restoring rej res resstoring ¬
storing to the Armenians their school schooland schooland I Iand
and church property in Caucasus I
VR VA DAM DKMAN NWllr NWllrGUARD WILL WILLGUARD
GUARD NEGRO NEGROPRISONER NEGRUPRISONER
PRISONER PRISONERI PRISONERHas I
Has Ordered Out Troops for Pro Protection Protection Protection ¬
tection of Negro Charged ChargedWith ChargedWith ChargedWith
With Crime CrimeBy
By Associated PressJackson Press PressJackson 1
Jackson Miss Aug 17 17GOernorl 17GOernorlVardaman 17GovernorVardaman Governor GovernorVardaman
Vardaman has been Informed this af afternoon af1 af1ternoon afternoon ¬
ternoon that a negro named Horn was wascaptured wascaptured wascaptured
captured between Lumberton and Hattiesburg Hat Hatfesburg Hattlesburg
fesburg and Is now incharge in n charge of the thesheriff thosheriff thesheriff
sheriff and a posse The negro ischarged Is Ischarged Ischarbed
charged with complicity In the killing killingof
of Convict Guard Smith at Hattiea Hattieaburg Hattlesburg Hattiesburg
burg last qst week for which two negroes negroeswere negroeswere negroeswere
were lynched The Governor has hasbeen hasbeen I
been Informed that a mob Is forming formingat i iDt
at Hattiesburg to lynch Horn HornGovernor HornGovernor I IGovernor
Governor Vardaman n has wired Ad Adjutant Adjutant ¬
jutant General Erlege at Gulfport totake to totake I
take a detail of troops take charge of ofHern orHern ofHorn
Hern and bring him to Jackson JacksonAdjutant JacksonAdjutant i
Adjutant General Ericge with troopsIs troops I Ila 1 1Is
Is on a special train It Is stated to torelieve torelieve i
relieve Sheriff Moody who has the thenegro thonegro thenegro
negro hid In tho woods woodsCLERK woodsCLERK woodsCLERK
CLERK AND ND 20000 20000BOTH 20000BOT 20000BOTH
BOTH BOT MISSING MISSINGEQUITABLE
EQUITABLE TRUST COMPANY EMPLOYEE EM EMPLOYEE EMPLOYEE
PLOYEE HAS MISTERIOUSLYDISAPPEARED MISTERIOUSLY MISTERIOUSLYDISAPPEARED MISTERIOUSLYDISAPPEARED
DISAPPEARED DISAPPEAREDBy
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I By Associated Press PressChicago PressChic PressChicago
Chicago Chic go Aug 17 falter S alter P Kraftthe Kraft Kraftthe Kraftthe
the transfer clerk of the EquitableTrust Equitable EquitableTrust EquitableTrust
Trust Company Is s missing arid it is issaid i3said issaid
said by the officials of f the company companythat c6mpanythat companythat
that he has taken about 20000 In Inmoney inmoner inmoney
money It Is asserted that the trqst trgstcompany trqstcompany trqstcompany
company will lose nothing as brokers brok brokers brokers ¬
ers through whom Kraft KTattsold sold stockwill stock stockwill stockI
I will be forced forc d to refund to the com company company om omi ¬
i pany values of stock taken from fromKraft fromKraft fromKraft
Kraft The police are looking for forKraft forKraft forKraft
Kraft but have no clue to his where whereabouts whereabouts whereabouts ¬
abouts at the present time J j
H
DO YOU WANT ANEW A NEW HOUSE 1 TOO TOOThe
The new neighbors next door probably found the house through reading readingTHE g gTHB
THE JOURNALS CLASSIFIED ADS r I
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A j J IJ
TRYING TO PROVE PROVEWILLIAMS PROVEWILLIAMS PROVEWILLIAMS
WILLIAMS INSANE
RECIPROCITYCONFER RECIPROCITY RECIPROCITYCONFERENCE
CONFERENCE CONFERENCEAdvocates CONFERENCECONClUDES CONFER ENCE ENCECONCLUDES
CONClUDES CONClUDESAdvocates
Advocates a Maximum and Mini Minimum Minimum Minimum
mum Tariff for This ThisCountry ThisCountiy ThisCountry
Country CountryBy
By Associated Press PressChicago PressChicago PressChicago
Chicago Aug 17 ITThe The reciprocity reciprocityconference reciprocityconference reciprocityconference
conference called to devise means a abettering of ofbettering ofbettering f
bettering trade relations between the theUnited theUnited th thUnited e
United States and foreign countries fin finished finIshed finfished ¬
ished its work today It arranged for fora fo foa r
a committee to prosecute the plans plansof planof s
of the convention and formed a per permanant permanant permanant
manant organization styled the Amer American American Amerscan ¬
ican Reciprocity Tariff League Leaguecommittee A Acommittee Acommittee
committee of fifteen members to be beappointed beappointed beappointed
appointed by the chair was given full fullpower fullpower fullpower
power to promote the workResolutions workv workvResolutions work workResolutions
Resolutions were adopted advocat advocating advocatIng advocating ¬
ing a maximum and minimum tariff tariffas tarifas f
as a means of relieving the situationwith situation situationwith situationwith
with which this country is confront confronted ¬
ed and it itwas was suggested that such re reciprocal reocfprocal reciprocal ¬
ciprocal concessions could be arrang arranged ¬
ed by a permanent tariff commission commissionto
to be created by congress and ap appointed appolnted appointed ¬
pointed by the president presidentThe
The principal speaker today was Gov GovCummins GOvCummins GovCummins
Cummins of Iowa who was greeted greetedwith greetedwith reetedwith
with uproarous applause and held theaudience the theaudience theaudlen
audience audlen e in close attention Other Otherprominent Otherprominent Otherprominent
prominent speakers also addressed the themeeting them themeeting
meetingCAPT meeting meetingCAPT m etlng etlngCAPT
CAPT LYMAN l HALL HALLOF HALLOf HALLot
OF ATLANTA DEAD DEADPRESIDENT DEADPBESIDENT DEADPRESIDENT
PRESIDENT OF GEORGIA GEORGIAOF GEORGIASCHOOL GEORGIASCHOOLOF SCHOOL SCHOOLOF
OF TECHNOLOGY T EXPIRES EXPI RES IN INNEW 1 INNEW N NNEW
NEW YORK SANITARIUM SANITARIUMBy
By Associated Press PressAtlanta PressAtlanta PressAtlanta
Atlanta Ga Aug 17 17A A special specialfrom specialfrom specialfrom
from Danville New York announces announcesthe
the death ci ath at a sanitarium there early earlytoday earlytodnr earlytoday
today of Captain Lyman Hall pros president presldent prosdent ¬
dent of the Georgia School of Techno Technology Technolcg Technology ¬
logy at Atlanta AtlantaCapt AtlantaCapt AtlantaCapt
Capt Hall was forty fortyfive five years old oldHe oldHe oldHe
He graduated from West Point mla nillilary mlatary military
tary academy In 1881 but resigned resignedhis
his army commission on account of an anInjury anInjury aninjury
Injury received at the academy He Hehad Hehad Hehad
had been connected with the Georgiaschool Georgia Georgiaschool Georgiaschool
school since 1888 when he accepted acceptedthe
the chair of mathematics His deathwas death deathwas deathwas
was due to nervous prostration prostrationbrought prostrationbroll6ht prostrationbrought
brought on by overwork He was oneof one oneof oneot
of the leading educators of the south southRESCUES southRESCUES southRESCUES
RESCUES UNCLE UNCLEFROM UNCLEfROM UNCLEIROM
FROM POOR HOUSE HOUSENIECE OUSt OUStNIECE
NIECE PERFORMS UNUSUAL ACT ACTIN ACTIN ACTIN
IN CARING OAR NG FOR ONCE RICH RICHRELATIVE RICHREL RICHRELATIVE
RELATIVE RELATIVEBy REL RELATIVEBy lVE lVEBv
By Associated Press PressNew PresSI PressNew
New York Aug 1iJ 17 J E E > Raplee Rapleei
i I I an aged broke broke said nld O irl to have ontobeen onco oncorbecn oncobecn
been worth 50000 5 I0I1I and who recently recentlybbtalned recenUr recentlyObtained
r Obtained refuge reru In Weetcbester poor poorhouse poorh01se poorhouse
house after having lived through throu h his hisfortune higlcrtune hisfortune
fortune was rescued rC5cu rl yesterday by b a astylishly aSllishl astylishly
stylishly dressed woman who said she shevas sheias shewas
vas his niece The woman told the theofficials theofficials heofficials
officials that she had made loa de arrange arrangeroonts arrnngerocmts arrangements
roonts to keep him for forthe the remainder remainderof
of his days daysMy da day dayMy I I IMr
My uncle has no excuse for being beingin
in the poorhouse said she fU If he hehad hetad hehad
had taken care of his money he could couldbe couldbe
be living in a mansion on Fifth avo avonue avoi avoinue avoiI
I nue nueI nueMOB nueMOB i iMOB
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MOB TAKES TEXAS TEXASRAVISHER TEXASRAVISHER 1 1RAVISHER
RAVISHER FROM SHERIFF SHERIFFBy
By Associated Press PressParis PressParis I IParis
Paris Tex Aug 17 HAndrew Andrew Dim Dlmivldder DimIdder Dim1dder
vldder a nero was arrested todayfor today today1for todayorattempUng
for attempting to assault ass 1l1t a youngwhite young youngwhite youngwhtte
white girl A mob took him from the thesheriff theherlff theheriff
sheriff and was about to lynch him himwhen himw himwhen
when w en County Jrdge J l1ge Love l ove pleaded with withthem withthem withthem
them to await 0 for full ful1proof proof The mob mobagreed mobgreed mobagreed
agreed to wait twentyfour hours and andleturned andreturned
turned 1 the negro to jaiL The town townis
i is quiet tonight
Twelve Were Killed and 24 24Injured 24Injured T TInjured
Injured in Railroad Wreck
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By Associated PrAs PrAsNorfolk Pr PresNorfolk s sNorfolk
Norfolk Aug 17 17An An excursion excursiontrain excursiontrain excursiontrain
train on the Atlantic Cast Line from fromKlnston iromKlnston
Klnston NC N C to Norfokwentthrough Norfokwentthroughan NOrtoJtl Norfoi went went through throughan
an open draw near Bruces station
That Is Line of Defense Which hA At Attorneys Attorneys t ttonneYs ¬
torneys are Attempting Atte m tin to toEstablish toEstablish tostabhs
Establish hmC in Case CaseHIS CaseIS use useHIS
HIS IS WIFE ON STAND STANDEvidence STANiJEvidence STANDEvidence
Evidence is All i in n and Case C use May MayGo MayGo a Y YG
Go G otoJu to Jury Tonight TonightATTORNEYS TonightATTORNEYS To night nightATTORNEYS
ATTORNEYS WILL CONTINUE AR ARGUMENTS ARGUMENTS ARGUMENTS
GUMENTS THIS MORNING MORNINaDE MORNINaDEFENDANTLACKED MORNINGDEFENDANT DE DEFENDANT ¬
FENDANT FENDANTLACKED LACKED USUAL USUALSMILE USUALSMILE USUALSMILE
SMILE YESTERDAY YETERDAYAND AND AP APFEARED APPEARED
PEARED DECLDEDLY NERVOUS NERVOUSTHROUGHOUT NERVOUSTHROUGHOUT
THROUGHOUT TRIAL TRIALBy TRIALBy TRIALs
By Ben H ThomasThe Thomas ThomasThe ThomasThe
The taking of testimony in the th thecase case caseof < aseof
of William > P F Williams charged withthe withthe with withthe
the murder of John White was com completed completcd cornpleted ¬
pleted at the afternoon session of the thecircuit thecircuit thecircuit
circuit court yesterday and at five fiveoclock fivac1ock fiveoclock
oclock argument of the attorneys was wasbegun wasbegun wasbegun
begun begunOn
On behalf of the state Hbn C Moreno Mo Moreno troreno ¬
reno Jones argued the evidence In thecase the thecase thecase
case taking theposiUon the pogtt1on that no verdict ver verdict ver1ct ¬
dict 1ct was permissabte In view ot theevidence the theevidence theevidence
evidence but that of murder in the thefirst thefirstci1egreemurder thefirst
first firstci1egreemurder degree murder of the most mOStdla mOStdlabollcal dia diabolical ¬ 1 1bolical
bolical nature n ture carefully premeditated premeditatedand1
end en carried out In the most cold blood blooded ¬
ed manner imaginable imaginableInsanity imaginableInsanity imaginableInsanity
Insanity Is the Defense DefenseHon DefenseHon DefenseHon
Hon E C Maxwell of defense ad admltted 30 30mlttcd admilted
milted the shooting of John White by bydefendant bydefendant bydefendant
defendant saying sa ng there could be no nopossible nopossible nopossible
possible doubt that the deed had been beencommitted beencommitted beencommitted
committed by William Fletcher Wil Williams WUHams Williams ¬
liams but that the very nature of the thecrime theorlme thecrime
crime was such that no man in hisright his hisright hisright
right mind would have committed itHis it itHis ftHIs
His whole argument was based uponthe uponthe upon uponthe
the presumption which he claimed claimedwas claimedwas
was substantiated by b the evhtenceat evidence evidenceJJjat
JJjat at the thecrlme th crime was that thatot of a man who whofbro whooi whoyas
r yas oi S t atalla l1an dcrana de s xl id idforo tx txfore
fore ndtTOsponslblofor ri niM rresponi 1ble for r the tbeac tbeacTho tb tbTho act actThe
Tho abject of defense was plainly plainlycentered plainlycentered plainlycentered
centered In a herculean effort to save saveWilliams saveWilllams saveWilliams
Williams from the gallows but the theevidence theevldencoadtluced theevidence
evidence evldencoadtluced adduced in support sUJ port of the theinsanity theinsanity theinsanity
insanity theory was of tho weakest weakestpossible weakestpossible weakestpossible
possible nature no act that could beconstrued be beconstrued beconstnted
construed as indicating insanity hav having having havlug ¬
ing been proven and nd the weight ofevdonce of ofevdonce ofevdonce
evdonce being greatly greatlyIn in infavorc favor of ofa ofacontral acontrary a acontrary
contrary contral condition conditionCourt con conditionCourt id on onCourt
Court adjourned at 7 oclock to con convene conEne convene ¬
vene this morning at ten te oclock o when whenargument whenTgument whenargument
argument of attorneys will be ooctln ooctlnued oontlnled continued
ued
Legal Profession Interested InterestedThroughout InterestedThrouphout InterestedThrou
Throughout Throu hoot the trial almost all tho thoattorneys thoattorneys thoattorneys
attorneys of the city have been pres present present present ¬
ent and have watched tho case withabsorbing with withabsorbing withabsorbtng
absorbing interest Several of themwhen them themwhon themwhon
whon approached after the adjourn adjournment adjournment adjournment ¬
ment of court last night stated thatthey that thatthey thatthe
they the did not see how it was < J possible possiblefor
for tho jury in view of the evidence evidenceproduced ovidenceploduced evidenceproduced
produced by the state to bring In Inother Inother Inother
other than a verdict of murder in the thefirst thefirst thefirst
first degree degr e and without recommenda recommendaton recammen a aUon
ton for mercy This verdict wouldcarry would wouldcarry wouldcarry
carry with it the death sentence One Oneor
or two thought there was some pos possibility 1 poisibllity > 05 05s ¬
sibility s of a disagreement between betweenmembers betweenmombers betweenmembers
members of the jury over the question questionot
ot o capital punishment but none believed be believed believed ¬
lieved that a majority of tho jurywould jury jurywould jurywould
would unite in recommending defendant defend defendant ¬
ant to the mercy merc of the court In Intheir Intheir Intheir
their opinion it would be either thedeath the thedeath thedeath
death penalty or a disagreement disagreementJury
Jury May Get Case ToNight TpNIghtIt
It is s more than probable that argu argument argument argument
ment will bo 1 > 0 concluded before the thej theclose
j I close of todays seasons and in that thatcaso thatcase
jcase case the jury jur will probably be in instrutted inI instrutted
I strutted by Judge Carter and retirefor retire retirefor retirefor
for consideration of the evidence evidencesome evidencesome evidencesome
some time this afternoonTHEDETAILS afternoon afternoonTHE
i
THE THEDErAILS DETAILS IN FULL FULLOF FULLOF FULLOF
= OF YESTERDAYS TRIAL TRIALi
i j As upon preceding days no one was wasi wasl1owod
i allowed in the court room until the thej thereglltr
j regular reg filar hour for the open session sessioni sessionarrived
i i arrived and when the doors were wereoponeJ
j i openedthere opened > there was the usual stampede stampedefor
for f > seats within the room all of which whichwere whichwere whichwere
were occupied wthln a few seconds secondsthereafter secondstlwrearter secondsthereafter
thereafter thereafterj
j i The jurors mostly men used to ea eaj
i ergejic Erg tic ic exercise out of doors oors are ap apparently aparent1r apparently
parently beginning to feel tho effects effectsif
if close confinement nearly near all of ofthorn oftitmn ofthem
thorn having been in the jury jUl box boxsince
j since Monday Ionda They appear cheerful cheerfulfhovever cheerfulhoeverand cheerfulhowever
however hoeverand and are making the t best of ofthe ofthe
the situation The meals served them themContinued themContinued
i
Continued on Page Four
seven miles from Portsmouth toda today
f
Twelve persons were killed and nd twen ¬
tr tytwo two were injured Injur J The Injured Injuredwere
were brought to the Norfolk and Ports Portsmouth Portsmouth Portsmouth ¬
mouth hospitals Nearly all of the
killed and Injured injur d were werenegroes negroes

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