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   Washington Post, The (Newspaper) - February 12, 1908, Washington, District Of Columbia                               The Post la the leading newspaper of the National Capital because Washington readers want the news of the world every day In the year, and they find it only In The Post and warmer to-day; to-morrow rain, with continued high temperature and a general thaw Temperature 43, minimum, 28 WASHINGTON: WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1908.-FOURTEEN PAGES. THREE CENTS. TWO HELD TIP IN ALEXANDRIA .publican Primaries Declare for His Candidacy. Each Stopped by Three Highwaymen, and One Victim Is Shot Shortlv iftfr 7 30 o clo r Jru rf pr rted thit 1 1 id b (i 1 old ui bv tlrro well dresse 1 I whit n inrl i 1 f il of ri gold witeh and vutin u 'writ to Un Supn i Toui t win if lit hil i t iti tr o w I i i list L IX li in wl m ih< jn K Confers with Judge I M "Mi I r i L (urn d to h s n'f II i w is in tl ci t II will Mi lioni is n d 1 i tf u id ll i tin e YssisUm Pis n t w h I is 1 on 1 i t -t M J JI 1 K S fl 1 lit 11 itl hit tl Ki in ft t f on t it n< I i U i i n 1 ii o i Mr I I I i i s mi Jus T st 1 1 on t UH ill it i t s nnt t m< Ii stit e lu icpli expert Pigdn dt ni d tint w 01 ding: of the like a forged tbctk must be set forth in full Ihe icil M it issue li insisted was whtthn 01 not the ertifuation created m nVhgition on tht part ot the bank In itpU ins to Houffh s querv w he t! 01 tie efftc t t the tertific ition w is njt to cit ite an on Ihe put of Otto Hrmze Cn LMstUtt said that ill foi nit r de  H depos t com r i b )i Is in 1 se uritit t'l ed it tli p pci ti of Da ut I Hoi K pre idcnt of the Hopkins ir i rnip h uJ af t in fi r m i-> ofJu in tbe Metif> polit in 1 ft In i i mte Bu'ldins I The t w ia 1 n list on Mi Hopkins f i moment win IP he 1 tt pp d nt i ic u i mm tlien the em no 1 ern <5 en bj ihel ow nti 1 1 ii-, il 1 1 1' Ml u Vi Jfi uno who w uiih I b uid t tt on i nt in mis i i i t to i M uir nf w i IL l li i i nit in it l Ih ud juiN ISMH t lliri stu t i n of tbf J i u tl nt i it  "-ion hi inj, to in u IK l i tt d thit u t >a w ill b taken i i s w eel in t b si npt of n 01 tm nts is the it suit of the) Uhm of tis iticulu tonipam j OriL t th ti s Mo tfi ind jur> h t-- been lo mi i ts t' icjo t mule In 1 I Putt nb (h 'o ulf coi i ui in tf in irmct sent lieu tt ants Witnesses Describe Co! Thomas Snell's St'arge Hatred of Son IK- lal to Tlic ist tiRto Post hnton 111 I cb 1 hat Col Thomas H is a pal inont and delusions confining his son Ricn nd tnd ilso on tic subject of cornea is contendrd the complainant in the else now on trial litre to be p tnetl the witnesses plat 1 i non the sfmil to das Nearlj ill testi hed to tie littiod m imfested bj the ild tomrrt his son whlk others to1 1 >f i is e in gnmgr monej to IM spent Wl Tipon uomen in fie list feu seiis is tin st state n tnt 11 u 11 Stic 11 m ide to hailes Ale or 1 i lift long fi und Mis II nr ih Sn II of Bloomington tluighlei ui of Col Siull told liow it Ktpt hib 1 n t t orrespnndence in 1 tumli in Ills loom lioiv be opened tin tiunKtliK ind re id the letters, and uovt lu chutkhd delight as he 1 jioimd pei using them ter Guerm an art at was acquitted b., a jirj in the Cnmfal Court to night was leached after stx and a, ha f hourb of dPhberition the jui> ro until tuetl at 1 o clock this afternoon The defendant who Is the w dow of Michiel C McDonald once a political leader in Chicago llie gambler king and later a traction magnate receiv ed tba verdict without apparent emotion Dur ASKS YEARS' SENTENCE Berlin Prosecutor Demands Example Be Lottery Ticket Agent M u i rl couij mv ho h il olj n 11 t 1 e u vv i th i on t m i ght t f i b ink Bo ml thit I B ilin 1 ob 1 bo it PUS tl his in d ind iniouiiting- to 000 000 t r in 1 f nit 1 -tn ind two months 1m pi is >miK nt il 1 1-' I tl ittoi j nev m ic: 1 rito Reihn C Cc urt in IJ e Ottt Hupo f >r selling non ui lot tit 1 cts m Pruss in tci tbf In i inniis mon o tlirso '-e v is il po L iint m Ui n Cor IN JEWELS STOLEN Feb U 1 Tifi tt roo frrmi i t t! c st u r il l m C m in the Rr I 1 or lo d i I onkt i f >llow 0 j 1-f c nt 1 ui s n i r ben t r s n ime i del? Ei 11 c ffo t n th takp o --P M i L s i nnr t P 1 rrcon I I r in i tn 1 h 1 b noul 1 i t tl it is hp w then r ns n on It will d n tl f c m i tpp to dPtPi n Ine which of tl D d 1 KH In these r i si ould he il CP I on thp tempor j irv mil of th t n In h is j Thieves Enter Second-story Window I While Dinner Is in Progress Vo-uml 1 in Fc b 11 hile a dm m at HIP home of in met ivtnuc one of t 1 jmblp sections 1 night thieves entered t toi indow iiifl m iv i_, Is v -el led it 000 wei the propel tj of Gai jti nb his wife and daugnter of gue-s s of Mr and Mis tier p irf v Fr ml O 11 n t ot the Lit >n t vith i i I r i i I I lint m j ones WEDDING SURPRISED FRIENDS U m 11 t 1 e u vv n brokers me! pf silt ti i irlv M Ik M fpK t Ol f ll O t 11 ui s ind vvh ed 11 thf nl l H Bank's Loan to Thomas H vv nd l 1 v tl il th grin 1 iurj w s in M 1 with an in i Hi i 11 I 1 Mi I< IM if i Inin mi le Ei th )i il bink if Amrin i t< Mi honi i Tilt in u w is n idt it l i o urn A ri id H 11 vv is leu r ii f bu K n I "Mi Mr1- v n p i re f nl I hi tli st tin Mi Me is be lie i id n i ho s d h< know j; i tl lo n it hid hex ri u i PJI Mi i i r m s m I Air I It n if i lu 1 trnible Mi vv is summoned is i JI s ml to hivt eontia icted Mi t lit Mr Morse ill ibouf 1 t fhomis loin Air Mor'-c w is c iJl d but hf stc-J tint IIP narl no knowlc d JTL c f the loin Sine then it U il 1 Mr (uitis Ins discovered letter' T, wMtten bv Mr Thomis to AH Morbe! Spends Four Hours with Him about the loan urfj I uf lot eel in oidti from a r, u fnm to iddress anrl send out 1TO e'or ns ton timing <_hcuHi s re litmcr tt i so il od Danish coloniil lot tcM which iftr t w u 1 to he i swindle !Ii issued 40 OW fh --tit 0 fn eit h offense inikiiK i to til f fn> Odd Ho It nvincled tit as II IRO li id no m uis of ing: he be s i tt in 1 t a s imprisonment for ?j i of iht ii le would w-ork out tiio to i sentence of 1 161 us two irM-itl s inrl a few d s Tl c ourt dt dod that as the circuiirs hid ill boon ibsu d in two dajs i fine of o in loo impiis oninenL would tt.it h the defend nt a les son THAW CEIEBEATES BIETHDAY Wife Takes Him Thirty-seien Callas and "Matteau an Y Feb 11 Moses Blumenthal, Said to Be Son of Washington Merchant, Married   i 1 Tho T hinslon Po t the State hospital here to It is ceitmi th-t Mr Jerome KendiH Thaw opened his thirty seventh t Iked itli Mr Thorn is esteiday ibout thii lo in 1 ilso d scussed rthor fininciil trtucittious een l tho two mt n how mm h Air Miomis tould not lo loii 1 I hi but i i Kiuu n U it Al H t c mmittpp considers i self a bo mclici il ind inamtiins tint th( nil convention is l not sub the to elpctio i livvs of any State I hurch Mn a on theli friends uid woio (his eien j n b-v Rt deorge AI Diflmderftr m p of the I Lai thf rin V few fi lonrls of the t otipit H 1 M k i _ im n i 1 eld t T n f i i n d 11 f t i ntv U m P tn n >f y Inrnmt rl t i bv no mpans cer ul ng of thp State g-nvcrn the commit rrtiris tl t it a F b 11 bv n f i f tl Taft to Comment I i Oh r Senntois I[ 1 ih t'i it the TPC pnt S i rp i L nrt will Will Worry Taft Followers I t i  r w ill donv M ni s n sfnct r n fi oiu the which! l r L Hip IP tlipv will cpusp thp 1" f dinner the intprvening pn ol It pc- !s his belief that bv i f nr st 11% inn hp w ill sin CPP 1 n Ti smg s me rtr ubt outside of Ohir tfii erning S c i c-t rv Tift s abilitv ti so ir L s l tlPlot, ition from his own St it win i -u 11 bf sr itpfl it the coi r i rt i d i th s account mtorfei t U i of 1 is cinv is-- n 1 i i e illmg attention vrMPldo t i e i i ih fat t that he h id re were present Ihe bride was unattended Flu brick is i daughter of Thomas Hil ns of l i I si nl the bi it'igioom is t n of Mi Bts Hlunicnth il i ciolh mere! int of Islington U "hp onk clothmg jncrcliant gnen is Filumrntl il in thp dlrrctoiv is Mu h lei J n hil of the firm rf Muhul fi Abe Rltmrntliil Ji, M street uorthvv Mr Blumenthal could not be seen list mgl t lo the report of the edd ng m ition nt t rifl tbe be U r unt m him mf win hi KmMdfrPd impori vv 1 ih tow iid m extent of inv trouble th U pili I up for Mi Jhornis Federal Indictments, Too InitPl StitPs Marslnl William Hen kel instPid of DistiH t Attornev Te ome s detp v nimont s agents Iv i> t restr d in n ing the tual she had frequently collapsed ind on eral occasions the case has been Interrupted in older that she might rpc ive medical ittention lo-mght how ver she wis the least moved of anv of tha prisons connected, with the defense her attendant being so overcome that Mrs McDo i ild v as compelled to change roles with her and try to quiet v oman Members of the jun took an oath be fore repotting their finding not to revea1 tht; instoi of their deliberations The lust 1 allot thei '-ad stood 8 to 4 for oc ]u ua] but subsequent dev elopnientt, carclullv kept secret Will Retire to Sanitarium. After Mis McDonald had been dia laigrd she was taken to a hotel rela tivcs It was announced later that fahc 11 re i e to a sanitarium Despite her m iv on md physical condition during thp ma' ird the months following the tiag" ed no hint ot a possible attack of in s mt> v tb offered bj the defense at the Vveb'-tci S duerin was shot and killed in hib studio in the Omaha Bu Idlng Lra Sille ml an Buren st pets Februa-y Mrs nald was aione with mm when the tiagrcdy ocruireef and was imnu eliatelj arrestea ind chuged with the mui-dei Her and Leopoll t recm in pi of the C hampion Chemical oiks signed ba 1 bond for OIK) after hei ndictraent March 1907 Iht, shock of th tragedy proved dis to McDonald and he died August 9 aftei an ulnos of several wee] s His foi ti ne left to the aecused. WOP" in and hih two sons, one the child of a f ormpi man Speeial piovlsion was male in his will foi Mr, McDonalds de- the mstiument was attacked la tint b> liib former Mis MeDonald fiom w lorn ha had obtained a divoiee r she eloped with a Hi s suit is still pending Man and Woman Long Intimate It devi_loped the tilal juat eoncluded that Griienn and M-s Doia AlcDonaLd had been mere or less intimate for almost ten JCLIS tl eu relations laving begun when Gucrin was thin nteen 5 ears old Ihe Stata isserten that Guerm had ttompted to dissolve these relations and that the woman shot aim in a jealous rage Ihe defense attacked Guerln s charao ter issertlnir that he had blackmailed Mrs McDonald for years b> Metropolitan Opera Company Accepts Impresario's Resignation New York Feb The resignation of He-nnch Conrled as director of the Con ricd compan> was accepted to da% at a meetine of the directors in the librae of J Plerpont Morgan and the announcement to night tl at Mi Conrled would tn, suc- ceeded b> Signor Julio Gatt Casazza dl rector of La Milan ItaU ana Andreas Dippel a Geiman tenor who has at the Metropolitan for sonie ears The two directors are to hai e eiuil power Gatti Casazzi as general manager and Dippel as administrative manager The reason Mr I onried for his retiiement is ill health liile his resig- nation does not go into effect unt 1 Afahler director of the Opera Hoi se in A icnna w ho been conducting- here this season will take direction of the companj until end of the season To assist him ti I directors of the e en j gaged Signor Toscanlnl conductor at La Scala Milan Mahler and Toscanim wlH! act as joint directors. j Mr Conried also retires from the presl dencv of the opera companj and his holdings in the concern heue been ,mr chased bv jlliam K The polio ot having the managef share in the profits of the season will at the end of this season be dropped they will be pliced on New Hampshire's Eight Dele- gates for Taft and Hughes. WILL WATCH FOR WINNER Real Struggle Is for Dominance in Party m State. Fight Being Hade Against Winston Churchill and F S Streeter, Who Are for Taft and Who Are Trying to Build Up a Dominant Gal- Imger Believed to Be Inclined Agamsi. the Secretary of War. OEWEY TO MEET FLEET Admiral's Prospective Visit BY JOHN CALLAN O LAUGHLIN and I Special to P WatMnpion I Concord N II Teb 11 Hamp sttire promises to end ii urmst-n deleeation to thp 11 nut mil conv ention thf in itv of ihe in In 11 ual members of which will fivnr tho tin didac> of Se rt tir> of Vv ai il Tin H Taft Tho minor tv vv i 1 be mclhit 1 TO Merely a Social One, EVANS' HEALTH NOT IMPROVED Stir of Gossip in Army and Navy Circles Caused by of Navy to Accompany gretted Inability to Accept Invitation to Head the Party support 1 iphc but vv ill swu g be1 stir is n tl e Admiral Dewey will go to San Francis co to meet tl American fleet This in rounceTient of the purpose of the ranking Admiral of the Nivv las caused a stir of goscip in an ij inn n Rumoi s of L breakdown in Admiral JjVin s heal 11 which vv re current at the lime the lief t bailed from Ha npton Roads e been rece v ed ind givr i eolor to ccnjectiies that fighting Bob ma> be Merely Social Visit. Odmiral Dewej ridicules the idea that tl ere is thp remotest prospect of his re turn to the deck He declares I 13 com ng visit to the next Zlav will be entirelv m the nature of a soelal affair and wi3J not have anj beanng" on il s command Admlial Dewsv will be accompanied on h s jo irncy to greet the fleet bv Secre tarv of the "VTctealf llie plin of tli tlip to tie coast it is '-iid uginated n an invitation fiom tie ehairman of the Ch imber f Commeice rf San Mr The lat ter while on a visit tn Washington was introdu ed to thf President bj Senator Perkins He mv itpd t ie President to be piesent it tie festivities planned to welcome Lho fleet s u Golden Gate Lpon UIF> President nis to ittend Mr Bentlev invited Aclmual Dewev and Seeretais Metta f to be present Exact Destination Undecided Admiral Dew ej h 3s not vet decided whet he-i lie vv H meet thf fie I or Angeles or a-vait it San J- rancK-co An t-n )rt was made last n gnt to In-1 T the Lime set for Adr ial 3 retai v Metcalr to leav e fo ban Fr in that candid ite wfr cendant it Chi  nomination but wno v II be t t force in its puhcies Mt r than anv thing else it is a fifeht aga'nst e 1 urohill the i ithor and F who Irst his position as gene il counsel if the Boston ind Maine Rul load because he da tod to hav e aspirntioi j for the T in tod Senate whit.li the rUlroad ad not ajpiove two men ire 1 eirt ani so f r Tift thov hav P boon ind ion 1., at vvoik for vvek-s preparing tie gro n 1 and owing the 1 HIP M t sot o t eireles l to "ecure an mnruotPd deircrition fir Mr lift but xhcj hive failed in tn s pur pose and acknowledge it and now are 111 intrinj, to IILVP> tlie S ite senl to Chicago men fav orabh to the r in didae> of the Secietaiv of Tl 4 will noi be 5 iccessfi t altogethei The Probable Delegates There will be eight drl gates from thi Slate and so far as cm be tl and th ir predictions be I i States Senatoi T H Qpll rge r'lairman of ll e delegitloi attitude un defined E H Fastman ittornpv general f t is Slate fiipndlv to rctarj Taft Fx Gov Cl B lord in iuorne% the Boston and Mimp Ra 1 oa I b t r- dependcnt and frinndlv to Taft F Straw tgpnt of the Mai ufaetunng rompanj v nquesti jnablv for Taft EC win r JOUPS a prominent urquestionabli foi Tift Col A Howard politician to Tift Fx Gov N J BachelleT- Huglu s Ciircrill who Is Ta'r av ow edlv for but cuull be hon r li is tl i ght h nv v ndJ 57 some tm c in Mav George B I eight on a Hug It d >es not n v iriioi at San men are desnr h 1 is j arrival sentiments w II 1 ll t t e Nr governors r-tndidi j rupl tl thir Tnciepl it rte t support ng Hutf thoiifri thl supper e tlat til" WARNING BY LATIMER en at tl eir de that the the ono m tn _ f rail v could or Two mrnibpi them b r? ihoi t w horn anv made Of t O HOUT _ I Joe C nniu bit TS h South Carolina Senator Opposes Unre- In of ti p stncted Emigration to America ha? talked in wav of Taft of t l fr ihicate ung to repeal their relations to hci husband and offered evidence tending to show that he had attacked her in hio studio on the da> o-f the ti agfdj Ihe tnal attracted unusLallj (lOivclK) and on the po In 1 vv 1 PU ll dppnsi d h nl oi 11ko preeedenre ov er 11 P of IP i i I l it i T' i Mi II ikel w ill ht f rt stoii b( forr is pr u ti( ill> 'I" n u stood tint mdl  nnt ii de I o tU Pr i IP i til i irpl Detroit Muli I eh 11 Moffc tt igt d tvv ontv sov en is toc-ked up it Pntr il polk o tprs t y while hei brothei Hirvej i rl o n ne een is it tht. Sol 15 i H tl as (lie result of i shooting efram from par I irtuirort tnis OUPK worn in home in tip MI bin h T T U t iv ording 1o Mrs I brotl PI 1 ul been i Ul pssln0" bhoek vvhirh his b( o d his men cAt It is undei g-iand f rleril 11 (gating- Mr s primirv fclr nt the dele? UP t convention next ift ind not of the Ihej Ih. p 11 Ip) rpt 111 fow S.I Iv lo rr foi Kin p i-. vv i ro C i n 1 Ripi N v> r i m ht ink 1 t< doh i r t f f r- t Tin oln Rt i f t i i I i c t n hv of f n 0 11 1 i tho Deoirtmpn f d 1 w L r d bv thrtm t i t r i i ncx H tPl iic vv is f f tl i i i i f I f 1 I n If tr cillo mr Hnnk RnlnnceM M 111 f- nru t r v u In thr binking lept of r si o l ti and IT Mv Sti t 11 t u Dp El ioct jitt k e nt ul cf I S Tl p IP in the Stite to to inlicitivf of thp Tnft siren t "K ct n P i led I it tliere is no S i r( t n j -s fr Mowers w 11 h reiclj c (inn it this and undertik j fieri t at tlio v ntt in nc> f ie re 1 rr of T j lo tie nn 1 orakcr Di the entn if ck f  have bnen oidfi d "Niirlv all of tl P tran--artions whlcn ki il C arc! Tun his investigated i the Brink of ISoitl i ihich w is controlled Alorse u i of u h h h vv as A u P Preside if Fighting for Heinze Tu Hough m tl e I nltcd States ircuit Court tr oiv hi ird aigumeiits on tl e   or Imp Nonmcnt of not more Orientil RUR Sale at Sloan s lir G stioet to at 11 ind 3 One day onl; An absolute auction 1 co anl baillfts hid to un'te forces to p I0 rans birthdi> da Since his incarceration Thaw has seemed to piefei eiting witb the rest of tho p u ents in his waid and Ins made a i equest fo but one thing not on 11 hill of fire To el i> he asked one of the ittend ints if he might hive a bottle of eitsup This wis made known hold would be spectitors In check to the in ch irffp of the ward prrantc-a BY ATJTO ABOUND WORLD Dv Th iw v islteel her hus _____ band to cliv spending three or four hours with him stoppe dat a florists on Car Starts from New York to Make Trip her wtv up from the tiam ind purchased I a of thirty seven cillas for Thaw Dm Oltpilh of Thiw s counsrl accom "io k Feb 11 roe automobil pintod Mr-: TInvv j ists in a foreign car stirted to dav on "U illnm rhiw and her nurse ac a Ji 000 mile overland fiom !Now to Paris The first stage of the lonrney w ill be eompleto 1 at Pniladel phla From the Pennsj Iv anla city the automobiles will strike out straight aeross the continent The occupants of the car are Eugene de Louvier Mauilce Droeghe and Max Hohminn The regularly organized New York to- Paris run vfith three Frercb one Italian one Geiman and one Ame-lcan entrants will be started to morrow at 11 a m FORMER TELLER, A SUICIDE i s inni i w n er nur c compinied Peihodv ind the Thaw derctvo William Moore- will upon tlio pi to morrow BOBSLED IN COLLISION Five Women, a Man, and a Boy Injured in Crash with Car New "i ork Feb 11 dow n Aranpe Mountain at terrific speed a bob sled brailnET five voung women a mm and a I nv tollided to niffl t with a trol lev en it li emont avenue ind Val lev ro ul Montclilr N J All were badl> mil red mo sertouslj Russell Indium in nttirnev who was steering the bob reeeu ed w hat mij prove mortal tnjunes Edmund Cowell s right 11 m wis broken In two places The Fhza4) th and Cornelia Ore mus weie pamfullv cut about the head ind f ice fin ee other women were tut ind bruised ew- "5; ork Feb 11 fa A C 1 atmier of South Carol na at the ban cjuet of tl ,e Silk Manufacturers Associa tion ro night 1 unrestricted 1m mgr ition to America from bouthein I uroue and the Orient a grave menace I Ue J il ink it can be Cairlj ing population tn the I nit d States to meet the demands of capital At cnt throughout the length and breo Un 1 cl our country there are largre numbeis I of working mei seeking emplosmcnt hive manufacturing- m errsts that could, be expanded mining enterprise that eould 1 e nlarged railroad., wnose c LIIIC y could be increased water pow prs that could be dev eloped and Ian that could be cultivated but tliis condlt on has always existed smec t IP unda.t'on of Gov rnrnent u <1 neitl ei capit il nor Iilx) has d bj r ason of it Never in the his of the States ios there been a sti? In  doputv bcfcro t of the banking house of Diexel A, I grin 1 jur> of th Supreme f ourt in Co ior >ears teller in the "i ork Count> row in session to present I msMt ition committed sun ide to-day at his home in German town a suburb of I this citv b> gnallowing- carbolic acid Mr Zinser was a sufferer from melan r! oh i whieh r'a1- broug i on by nn in i e idonce in the DO session of th attor nev tei c ral against 11a American j ir J if officeit- i Ihe go inral c intends tha 1 Amt r "n Ice Conir rnnm til It's Dangerous to Get Up at Soon as YOJ Wake, Says Scientist Special Table to The aB iington Post Pans Feb Tiench A  to an tddiess bv Dr who his hearers against the dangers of i isinsr immediatelj upon awakening from sleep He slid the strenuous business man who bolts out of bed to his bath tuo the moment he open his E v os m the i morning" lenders hirnseK liable to a num her of ailments including It w as nec m menel ition 
                            

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