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   Washington Post, The (Newspaper) - February 19, 1908, Washington, District Of Columbia                               All Washington begins the day with The Post at its breakfast table The advertiser sends his dally message to hts patrons through columns or snow and warm- er to day, to morrow fair, colder, Increasing eouth to southwest winds Temperature 36; minimum, 21. WASHINGTON: WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1908.-FOURTEEN PAGES. THREE CENTS. MTU MUST DIE __________ i of Grace Brown Fails to Upset Jury's Verdict. ,1'DGES DISCREDIT HIM' 1! i tl it I am coming hick to Cort 1 ml T simph cin t here an> long- ei Min m i orri and %on rs why I so m in 1 r nn just (.fit ml tako me awaj some i i I c mu up nome this morn Inc; inn ind 1 list rant IK Ip ins? 11 WP i Uit My I KT i I in t I flp c nu IP 1 i 11 1 rn I I n i J is cf i tjm wit t i (r wrl o in is 01 t t its and m innot See How Innocent Man Would Fee After Accident. d Contention that Employer''! ke Who Had Prcrniied to ivlarry j f rl and Had Fallen n jv tn Another, To-K Her to Sc- I 1 Lake, Stun-cd Her, ind Lea Letters i U I iul i; f to lie-lit I am afraid ill im frjshton  ou I di i t know, h 1 -un Kim-; to m in igr ih it f, to t t I I presume r will h n o to l i lo me  if oil think I am un i f 11 t If [I   of SpimRfleld delegates to the R3 p i i can national convention at Chicago fhc- delegates wtjo Instructed for Taft Hi rl S Hartlcj -naa indorsed for einc- Kansas Cltj Mo Feb of the r fth C district met here to and named Lawrence M Jones and Major Henri M Beardsley delegates to the national convention Tnej Irstriuted for faJt Hetbert S Hac'Jev T ns Indorsed foj governor fet Chailes Mo Feb Republl cans of the Ninth Congressional In comentlon here to Indorsed Secre tarv Ta't for and Attornos Gonen] Hadlej for gmernor of Missouri Dispatches from Missouri last night showed that the Tift people carried tho daj In the three districts where eoiuen- were held yesterdas These dis "Where the Battle Ships Are Going, tricts were the rifth Seventh ami Ninth Taft delegates previous to yester were selected and Instructed In th f second I ourteenth and Plftee-nth 3 1 districts This gives the Secretary seven They Are Only on a. Training Cruise lout of tne sixteen districts of the State and practically isgures the four delegates it large In ery convention thus fai held in the State the Taft people have won out and dispatches last even Ing say the indications now are th-xt Taft will sweep the entire State The Fifth Is the Kansas Cltj district and no effort was made there to content tne Taft forces The allies however dlil count upon carrj Ing the Fourteenth dis CAIL ONCE EICH MAN POEGEB, "Nobody's Says Secretary, Provided They Keep on the Ocean and Don't Invade Anybody's Navy Intended to Prevent Fighting. l I I I I I ll SCARE AMONG BROKERS Visitors Are Barred from New York Stock Exchange. DIRE "BLACK HAND RUMORS Itl-ei Stones Haie It that There Is t reehrg tl at Perso-s Who Lost Mancy Seek Ostensibly for Repairs, but fto Is Being Dine Thtre I W I 1 v 1 I i s Ir v. is i I M t in I s t di i t IM M u i it Hit i, illp I tl I i i IPS i v I I i I I I I I II I 111 It 1 i s i h i i ii I il il il il 1 U t It Kill 1 I till on-i-d N H Fob Taft had few spire moments from the time of his armal In New Hampshire this fore noon until late to night He delivered ad for an -unmgtluctetl ines s at Concord and Manchester and I which it was expected ultimately would ittemled receptions a luncheon i be foi Cannon This district Is In the nd n dinmr Bucn in his honor remote southeast corner of the State The At the Secretaiy spoke at a of Taft also wore qu'te cer _, tan that the district would sen J nss mottlm; m Phoenix Hall The hill deiegates Green County the sells iKisono imd was filled Three largest in this disflct at its countv con lueis fji Oui next President were' vention last to instruct m icsponse to a call from the gal anu WAs thib action would cli swing the distriet the same way Pettis Counts the second In Pssenti. Is th- speech was like that laigest mstiucted for Taft and Pettis s-neoi i at Minehester Count! added to two or three of tho i he siecruarj then went with Chair- smaller counties of thi district, was suf ni m Blckfoid o the Republican cits "clent to overcome the position of Green c mint- of ManchestPi and a Jelega to lion fiom tlMt eitj to Manehester wheie ,ai-rv tho NInth district the home of i reception was bj the DerryfieM I Ch imp LlnrK and that was the only dis lib HP ilmeil at the Derrjflelrl club Ittict wheie any fight was made jester- held i rirpillon at the Calum t Tne of yesterdaj theie so fai as Missouri is concoined Iul c. Ifoio Socretniy then went to thr to opposed to tha no iiinoiv he was recehr i mlmtlon of Secretai j I aft and the  l ll 1 tin t i il i t- ul i f i i n k fot re I i I 1 not lir if ban? h H) jr it i" ind tl it li] 11 thii to d f, illt M ultl not 1) I ft) O I nil Up i" Ul ple ne would tfet Into a fight ntt ins been result9 It I us bt n i aid that !io wants the y h innnd inrJ Jcnorli Die eJilps off Jn onl i t wot Id what a rroat I (i[ le we M f 'U hnt has been tho re f lit of ih I n  tl I'u I Kit   closed the cirri of klriB miirto so much for i and peace nmongr the na ti ms is Ibeodoie Roost vclt N e need a we ire i weiltbj people do not want to use R in% t i fight we want to a to i nt (itfliti'ier And n y that w. ill ir fighllngr is n. nai y commensurate our -neUtb with ojr population ard 1 l i or ll ill but it has L< pt t a cai 1 1 the extent of our Jurisdiction and t ieiefore en Roosevelt Is in incieasing- the I ventur1 to   will find people back of him In t. iriMng out that policj Must Fill Onental Eye. He sent sixteen battle ships to the -trifle tint as said to mean some- thing; ind that ivas g-otng: to carry us into war JTpan at once Vow I i emembei something1 of the fact I "flb 1" the Philippines when the re I Ht wis tliat were going- to war u itb J ipTn nnd there was a great unsettled feMinp: imong the Filipinos ben heird that the battle ships t f going- out Into tbe Pieific thit unsettled feel Inj? censed to be The truth is that in tbe Orient it Is to fill the of tl e e> e In order to be con n nhHe aP Orientals that tmt Occidentals are also influ- enced in tl e same way though (o a extent If we e got a y at all we t oug-ht to know that we have one and Suicide Washes Identity Kept from His there Is nothing- that tests the effl Be Droad of Mad i' i tii ropnts loncri ning u rl tl f nne ru -1 t I it I ir fflL ate of the ex V i 1 k p flip nil iv shit until if nn c r rl of thf fimncl i! n "n i s Inn of poople with RrJt f rce I rj of tast fall I frr in ill 1 r {ounti I It! t tlu and fo- ci i 1 cl t 1 rokr 1 he seeing New is h-x e unloaded thnu 11 ids 1 tl li fiffined o t iajse ind effett st k f xcl ing< ad lit n ight !i 1 m lest somrt crink ttt 11 t t i fincied wrong ou h L sin o itio i w is prompth denied how the officials DIES AS 'A DEAD 02OJ M Rclatn es man ho r f ste   icern Doit tr T m f< r f )i n i ni t t! ti ille rnot Rh without them ONI: w 1 o siw the b at i- r iiii- il I ei s( i i tint Die man has been 1 1 i i in t if 1 f i b rl iln In bis hat tli ml U Water Wagon or No Job I i o T! c P li PT t Pi 11) IS condur tnis in 1 rnotoi m n of the e'ibnir i ii i iMtf T net ion Oompin i e i )tiOf d l thnt tf fles t< r  of about the same age named August Zander The pTan of campaign the partners lalfl out for getting hold of other people s was carefully thought out We agreed between ourselves never to tike any Jewelry or fine clothes or any other portable property which we would have to pawn or wear and so run a ilsk of being caught with the goods said Cella Nothing except monej would we take and we had adopted a rule also of not carrying away all of the cash we found money we found In a purse hid In a bureau drawer, or slipped carefully between the mattress of a bed, we took only a part of our findings and left the rest for the rightful owner Once last summer August found a potIcetbook In a bureau and the little 'eatl ei v fat with greenbacks Thej were Jl and bills and the roll was found to total er took and divided the plunder Into two equil shares He got and I got the same After we had put the rest of the mone> into the purse and. restored it to its place in the drawer we saw a white elope lying beside U picked up the envelope and found she 520 bills the girl continued We looked at them a while and then August put them back in the em elope and laid the roll back where he had found it Following the confession of Celia Pat- erson the police questioned Zander and be corroborated the young woman's state ment declaring that they hau been com mittlng burglaries by means of be longing to her for a period extending over a >ear SAGAN MENACES BOKI not reached the mlllen- tin t remain In a puslllani dition b> which, if a nation' Prince Speaks of Revelations About 5 not wl U to insilt us to tine part ot oui to dHpt tt some of the relations Unit we deem Uil to our natuial intetr ests sho ikl not have at hand the means of defending our Intetests hlle Depositing Yoi r fui d1- in the banking dept of t nmn n i ct T loth and H sts 1 Ins company prote tion o govcrnitient super and on ill account11 I fto Itinliiiiin Sole i 11 G sf t ftt i-, tjnfuitil'e nni pr The POH! IH the Pnpcr Tbat Reiches tht pcoile with the full pocket t book J hat lb why it pays to adxertlss Forged Letters, Paris Feb IS magistrate to di> took tho depositions of Prince Helie Sagan In connection his charges of forgerj against an unknown author or letters which Count Boni de Castellane liis cousin, produced in court In the comae of the recent issault case Fi nee de Sasan maintained accusations both against the forger and against Count tjoni as the user ol the forged ciocunn nts ind elations'Tn tlie near future Wharton N J Feb 18 explosion in the mixing department of the General Explosive Companj in this illage to- day killed three men broke neuily every window in atoicg and residences in Whar- ton and some windows in Dovei, two miles distant The klltod ai o Joseph Hough one of the officials of thp rompfiny David Utter mid James Krvrrn woikmcn Thp wmtiH bnildliiK in wlikh the men weio at dcmoltKhcil and tho men blown to pieces Train Felt Shock A JjacJcawamm exjircse tnUn WAH Inff the powtlei woikn at tlnru of thp tploRlnn Kvoiy window un one Bide of tho tiuln was broken several payatnfffis wore sevorflj cut by tl> tnpr Klftss "-nd many othus wore slightly hurt So gro it was the concussion according to the pas- scnsois that it as If the whole tiain would he blown from tho rails The wcie tlirown into a panic and it was some time aftei the dangei waa pasbcd before the trainmen could succeed in allaying their feaia Several Persona Badly Hurt Most of the injured were able to con tinue their journey after a new train of pailor cars had been made up at Strouds burg 'Ihree of jfjem however, were so severely hurt that they stopped oft at Washington, N J for medical attend ENT0MBED MINERS SAVED. Rescuers Reach Men and frind They Had Dug Partly Out. StmmoMn Pa T but one of the twenty-eight men and who w< r  to closw in the miner? Wire imprisoned githeiod In a loiu? veil ventilated gallery and made plans as to tli-e best means of digging tliclr thiough the blockade The men hod anil shovels and began woik without de lij The Imprisoned man heaid sharp raps on the steam pipes running thiougi the drift and felt certain of being rescued When the rescuing party penetrated t the entombed men it was found that thr men had dug for a great distance through tine fall of coal There was but few per sens at the entrance to tbe drift when the rescued men reached the surface Tlie men qiuckli made their way to their 1 omes showing no bad effect of thci experience Widow's Brother Sought by Police Man Who Shot Hun. Pretty Secretary Denies that She Was in Any Way the Cause of Tragedy, Saying Clawson Was Too Absorbed in His Business to Care for Any Woman Kinsman Wag Sutyect of Bitter Speech a Few Days Before Murder. AMERICANS AFTER TIMES. Syndicate Said to Have Outbid Pearson by Special to The ashmgton Post Feb stiuggle for ownership of the Times la still on It was announced some dajs ago that Mr Pearson had withdrawn from the nego tiations with the "Walter ftmlls but the former ho Is still negotiating re giidng the newspapers future He does not state what the nature of the tlons are It has been stated tliat lie has been outbid bv an American syndl cate on whose benaif Bell Hie present manager is acting In association with Messrs Hooper and Jackson whose Influence in the Book Club and other re cent enterprises the connection of the Times is due The assertion is that the synaica e Is prepared to put as compared with 000 proposed bj Mr Pearson Meanwhile other are aiming to get control There is no apparent prospect of an early settlement IffSUBAffCE MEN" LOSE JOBS. High and Low Employes of Mutual Re- serve Out of Work Special to The Washington Post New Ttork Feb 18 employes of tho Mutual Reserve with a few exoep tlons wcie dismissed to da> by the re ceh ers who wci t appointed Satur da about 250 employes in the main tfli e 1 ui'rlln? and they were paid for t( o woik thev dfd on Monday and tl on wert out to look foi new jobs Ono of those who got the was Vice Picsluiiir and Actuary George D Eld- redgL ttho has been icffarded hi Insui- ance circles as the backbone of the com pany and c ni uf the beat known actuaries in this country Another who lost his job was George Harper the treasurer The application of Attorney General Ju kson for the appointment of recehers In tl e State courts will be made to row morning The Font Is the Paper That Reaches the people with the full pocket- book That ts why It Days to advertise In It Special Cable to The Washington Post. Reading-, Pa Feb 18 social scandal Involving- three of Reading s most prbmlnent families threatens to grow -out of the murder of Lewis B Clawson tue wealthy manufacturer A package of ardent love letters, couched m the most endearing terms written in six different feminine hands and bound about with baby blue rib- bon has been found by the police in the office of the murdered man The letters were found on Saturday, short- ly after Clawson ivas shot Strenuous efforts were made by the authorities to conceal the facts after the contents of the package had been lead by detectives and tbe names of the women discovered To-night it was learned that one of the women who sent a poem of passion through the mails Is of social prominence and the wife of a well-tq do retired mer- chant She wrote in verse and one ot her letters was a copy of one of Byron s poems Letters from Mill Girls. Two othei women who contracted tho letter writing are said to also be of some social prominence while a foutth ia of a middle ilaes of society The po- lite were surpi ised when they pulled otHci letters from the package They had ipparentlv been written hv mill ffirls" They wuo filled with mriwllnff mis- spelled words and thoy gushed with Bcnti inrnt Muli ft mtmngn unay of lovelorn women waian unexpected icvihitfon An Inquiry was utaited find it 'aund fliat all tho society wom  life he said Since that daj I e seemed to be more worried than ever and I believe now that he was constanllv afraid of violence from his brothei m law Miss Harrison accused Rosenthal of arousing Mrs CJawson s jealousy b> tell Ing her false tales concerning the rela tions of her husband and his secretary DELEGATES FOU TAFT. State Committee First Expelled Members of Davidson Faction. Birmingham Ma. Feb State execxithe committee J Thompson chairman, met here to day Mr Thomson nmde a speech in which he atKocated harmony and a united partj A mot'on was carried expelling from the committee all meirbers who affiliated -with the Dawsou faction in a recent meeting The motion was fougrbt by P Aldrlch former Congressman wJio has a black eye the result of a blow given la-st In tile hotel lobbj by Uhalrmar Thompson committee decided on a contention to be held in Birmingham on May ti Resolutions wjre adopted by a vote of 30 to 2 indorsing the administration of Pres dent elt and the candidacy of Seeretarj 1s.lt for President ilAP SHIP NEAR FLEET LIE Grapples with Choirmaster at Pro-Cathedral Church. Hovers Along Path of Admiral Evans' Sea Fighters. AMERICANS LEASING CA1LAO Lima Receives Wireless Message from Fleet Will EjrtSr Callao Harbor Thursday mvians Declare Business Holiday and Prepare to Welcome Visitors. Valparaiso Feb IS doings on the coast of Chile of the Japanese steamer Kaaato Maru have in view of the prox imlty of the American battle-ship attracted considerable attention here The Kasato Ma.ru left Iquique on Janu ry and steamed out to sea No-thing wals heard from her until two days ago she arrived at Tocopilla, a small maritime to-nn In Antofag-asta Province 140 miles distant from Iquique The fact that the vessel spent twenty-four dajs between these two ports leads to ths sus- picion In aome quarters that she has been observing" the progress of the Amor- lean fleet or studying1 the Chilean coast In tine vicinity of Tocopilla The Kasato Maru is equipped with wireless teleg- raphy Japanese Government Shipt Ihe Kasato Maru belongs to the Japa- nese goveinment She left Japan In Oo- tobei foi Honolulu unere she arrived jSovembtr 7 Since then "he been re ported ut C illao Arlca and other points on the Chilian coast Limn Pfiu 1 b IS -wireless dla .patch from Die Connecticut, the flag- ship of near Admiral Kvann, command tho Amcihan battlo-shlp fleet, has 1 0) n received suiting tliat At 0 46 clock this morr IHK the was 8SO from tAllno It JH mprl that the battle thipfi nit P i Cnllao Harbor until rhursday momitiK Lima to Be Illuminated. flio government Is causing to lie posted throughout city pfacirds Inscribed Welcome to tho American fleet The ins  tills norninp tlip unfsers Mi-wit Ir Pfnnsv 1 r 1) rudo nn l_tUi tt iRflii] ijaswc 1 noi Hi il m i him Jml mil i hi i nisei >n cu 111 nni >n t f tlu 1 which hid Htipp d ho f t( In ml n sick out nt tht t- nni i (mi m 1( UK d i htm on tlnir t< M ire In mi irpJo 1 u ban Iisrhi SPLIT AMONG REPUBLICANS Candidates for Chicago Delegates Will Not Commit Themselves. Coming Primaries Lively with Interest Because of Colored Factions Being Arrayed for Foraker The troubles at Fro-Cathedral Church of the Ascension Twelfth street and Massachusetts avenue northwest, which had their origin in the determina- tion of the ohuj-ch authorities to dispense with the services of the choir favor of a mixed choir -were to a serious climax last night, wl en Ernest B Leigh, the choirmaster and Rev. J. Henmng Nelms, the rector becajne em- broiled In a heated quarrel The lie wis passed the two usually decorous men ex asperated jisuond self controU grappled, eparred and sputtered and for a brief moments the scene was not unlike that described ordinarily as a flst ng i Now that fashionable congregation is ii- vlded into two determined lined up for the rector and the other for the and the end is not jet in ght All has not been harmony in the Pro- Cathederal Church but the first evidence of trouble was the strike on Sunday lict of the choir boys The trouble last nigh; was credited to the refusal of one of the members of the choir to alng a certain passage when requested to do so by Leigh It is aafd that there has been bad feeling between the rector end his choii maetr for some time and It was Icarnc i last nlffht that Mr. Leigh had Intended resigning Choir Women Describes Affair. An excited Rioup of jounff ladles who. nnt ll last nlpht ware members of chair toM of tho trouble between RPV, Nelms and Mr Jjeljrh It was after tho aalrt Mis 6 Young1 while wo a 3 ince that we Intended holding on Fri- night that we hwtrd the voltes ot ijjo Mr raised In a rtuai rel T clgli turned to us and asked How lv -will sav that I Insulted Mrs Lhere was no response Jtr Nelms then made some remark about Leigh not being fit for the position of choirmaster and accused Mr of hiving misrepresented things to M n Mi Leigh denied the arcusatlons of t ie tor who then gave Mr the It Separated by Choir Members It IB said that Mr Leigh resente 1 thft words of liis rector and that tne two men Him bed bit isere ciulnltlj seraiaic-d the member of tlie choir Out of nv wit i Air Lr igh tlie m MOI nf tho member1- of the choir a 11101 lluir intention of striking in 1 Mi dln rod to Sitler- 1 P sniJ Mis Ktnt one of the to nil bis to fi Ms flii! d in? entire i it UOIR if? in loi I w f II) ind cnulri not b will the in t n li sp Lo 1 1 of thf m s 1 u in 1 the oln red Huprh Thomas Renominated in Nineteenth, and Mulligan in Fourth Ohio Districts. TVarren Ohio Teb 18 Republicans of the Nineteenth district today W Aubiej Ihoma for Pongress The com ention endorso 1 Secretary Taft for Pi evident selected JJ Rcmlck and A T delegates to the Chicago convention and natned A B Young Presidential elector fot the distr'ct Sidnwj Chlo Feb 3 Vlul ligan was nominate cl on the first as the RepubHci i candidate for from the Fourth Congi essional district at the convention held heie to daj Resolutions endorsing both President Roosevelt and Secretary Taft -were passed Don C H  linng tl ind is a result or tie Prtsi R attiiudo in t e illf iP 11 colored ons t olidli f f i Fna.kcr i he t} tlic coloitcl Uliirs out wh lo tl cr polit t no matte who n t fuoi etthe C innon Taft o arc in f Pno third te n or Po -i 'idai One Re nblicin f i to' charge night t it t icie a m e ment on fojl OUR s inn ffi i pub itan O cl n n to the pro lor tini 3 n d instructed fo th" adm n trat on Among the hilf dozen Jtadi IK bit few would cJinm t as tn thev o ed as the Rep ib llcan standard beirer T' e ng can diclate for celesat'-s and i ru t o n the contest P e Henrv H T lathT Of th F Nation il Bink IIP- mte Di ill a: i J maall of the oC missions "Mr declares tliat e to gT to Cl icago instructed and ac to a Frea rlertal candidate he i'a.s re iminc-d non commitfil General Andrew S Bur alternate Col Vt S Ode! GtnMal Ei t -would go to the convent on in irst-ucfnl It is n t1 c ric to cl OOT rre if thr- txvo delegat" Tr' n among thp. cilored i fl IT cisr- or i T i c oo it is nd liis co'league v otilci c Jmn 'aHersono and alternatf Lo Jr -r n lien J 1 Mi Patterson is "U o b for K JI DarreHlo atlcrn --ii] whose i mninj? m to wo-ul 1 r I 11 i i-) next r 'no M j Darn till U o cl onbmaiio i mnn f r r r  Iug- c 01 I or akcr wl o -thin empl c-Uh Tor Frink1 r r 11 h m r nmti c A nuiibT nf IK f tl c oir pitl cr d hnnio f Mi s I th T r.P t 11 tl iff 111 nd r r> ml i t mci i U n of Air 031 ni to tl f girl tn t ul w is   hi Mr f og i An I it was C Jif1 of trt. il" on cnul it More Charges Agains Rector 1 rn st F L Is chn rrr ai d o 1 now n is B s! on S tfll rh the sir K nf hr cl r nn ll o- rm.i r c jrna r" t t a 1 o n tei rjprr 1 1 m of t n c n nl rh lit i p> t of t> rr-mrf-'t nf th hoi ti s Ikns tt> a, i of m icfe it t n ir Air N n mr1 T" r of r c t n 1 t n plit h id be ie art. n t ne v. r Mi Kit i i I f x M i K t Co "Ni tr 1> -n-i Ki n I in i M h s cl M-'- n 1 Krmp r I) L is i i ool a1 I Pli m M wJl Or fin of the Ticvble On in !ij li t t f t o r-p' i ho of f 1 Cln r n' t rt 
                            

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