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   Washington Post, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1911, Washington, District Of Columbia                               SHOP EARLY FOB today and not much In moderate 44. NO. DECEMBER 14. 1911.-FOUIffEEN TWO TUFT CM ON Col. New and Secretary Hilles Outline Early NAME LOEB IN NEW YORK Reports Say Collector Will Manage the President's Leaders Certain the President Can Con- trol the Ohio and Indiana Because of Continued Roosevelt Colonel May Be Asked to Out in the Against fantt Message Next Week n pt r f making absolutely i i th nc of President i i la to be started at once r In the I to bring rr u tl of cither In- i l ft r him i known to be favor f of the mem r an national commit t i f they loft town Hillet who now re i i Mi Tift -i i r with a to w t rk I t 1 It M i li l i i il miii M inj others are to the of that r 11 n of tht port may act t If nt rumors New and Hilles Confer t hail man of the on tu for the an n had a ir c with at li f and l t ild tall a i hit committee at the In lie also made t harging that State 111 f his i lit Tafl as pint of a i 1 Ian imi that thf Influence i r it ts Lte t of New k i l i ol and that tells the 11 U Mi cannot I i Republican i an I be the vote of Indiana l t .st foi Mr Taft v thti i Republican n Mi HUles He u w F- State Leaders Expected Here I i 1 nt ire nt oi I iii of the Ohio l u it shouM be split il i it that th i i i II i Hi pi un foi the mi lit mapped nit Most of the I ft t w n as sin n as the n r h i i el i lined foi t Mr state leaders are I t U Islington frequently T n w nl luno the con- n t h hold irt r ft F and these In- w h i ur said to he seeking n it 'n it It ii to nl n PI fTi 11 t r ni l I n possible They hopi i t l ft s t t tht f of i I i ts antl t I i i pen as fai i isil l u t the I ist minute Fully Aware of tbe Program iui rir I ift s fi lends are aware n i and the for the r fi I ttt convention will begin early l when the Hist steps will be n t s t ch It li in h urging Col un b It Is said u M of j ng the i w f the former President i f If t r i un silent on the subject t mil that ft i s were also an 1 thit their efforts t he In a position to something and spent hours in the at the White his into The wool will be short Mr. Taft discussed tariff freely In his messages to and In oq Western and his am For this It is the wool message will not be lengthy The rough draft of the message will be and completed at the cabinet meeting and expected that the will be sent to Congress next week POLICE DOG BY Animal Run Over as ft Was About to to Port. Bayonne N. Dec 13 the only police in met his death today In line of The animal was following William detective of the Central Railroad of New Jersey the West Eighth street tlon taw a man stealing cool from one of the cars and started after him Spot ran ahead of Henney and was about to grasp the thief when he was struck bv an express train and killed The thief got Mr. Taft Advocates Project it Civic Association Meeting King George's Sister in Peril as Surf Boat SAILOR SAVES HER DAUGHTER Princess Louise Victoria and Duke of Passengers on Steamer Reach Tangier Thrilling All Passengers Removed Rescuers From French Warship Gibraltar Louise princess royal of Great Britain and Ireland and sister of King George and hei daughters had a thrilling rience today when the peninsular and oriental steamship on which they were vov aging to struck the off Cape Spartel the northwest ity of While being taken ashore by the long huat of tho British cruiser Duke of 1 were thrown Into the water the of the one of the daughters having a row escape from drowning She was cued a sailor and carried to land with the others all suffering severely from AM ill l h t ri 1 ill u i l tit i fh HI ft u M 1 t I ut h will b 1 i- nilU n Mr Taft's f ne of the opinion t i t moat effective way in M the R will be to f i t I v It ink tho open If Not Against Mr Barnes Taft does nr t to be I in int. the in Nov N i Mat in 1 arnes Mr l at hai a an to make in t on the night of December 1 x before the i f Hi which Is the Barnes ir i ml opposing the election of taker tlu Barnes candidate M nt n of tin it Is are MI tru that Mr Taft with them in their against t hah man Harnes Mi Taft declines i rlr into the political row and u n It is said will go to the ex- tent of canceling his acceptance of the In n I Michael of called i the President 3 esterday explain th situation to him He was unable to p Mi Taft but had a conference with Secretary Forester hoimer lohn F Hill of tins chairman of the Republican t onal committee also called ths Whtte to see President Taft and secretary Mr Hill denied he with Mr Taft tion of having delegates to the national i invention instructed for the President The action of the Republican national committee at its meeting Mr Hill said nas In complete thy with the administration Working on Tariff fi evident Taft yesterday began writing a rough draft of forthcoming sage to In which he will a downward revision of ths wool schedule The President has re- a complete summary of the re- poft board on the Struck in 4. v at 1 o'clock in th i m a thick passengers from their rooms halt and put On life pre- servers Water poured steadily into the while enormous seas sometimes mast high broke over the vessel of distress were sent out by and the first warship to arrive was the French cruiser IMant It was long past daylight before the s steam launch was able to get alongside the Delhi Meantime tions were made aboard the stranded steamer to send the women ashore One of the boats of the Delhi was lowered and filled with passengers The launch finally succeeded In getting this in tow and then steamed to the British cruiser Duke of where the frightened women and children were taken aboard The Duke of with 38 of the rescued arrived here tonight It was expected that the royal party would reach Gibraltar aboard the ship but latest reports state that had decided to remain for the night at Tangier where they are housed in the British legation No Panic on One of the women In de- scribing the wreck said that there was not the slightest panic after the vessel struck The passengers were summoned to dress and go on but were sured that there was little Ar- riving on they found the fog dense and the sea beating heavily against the ship There was little confusion or ex- They remained assembled on deck until 10 o clock in the when the after able succeeded conveying some of them aboard the British cruiser One of the launches of the French cruiser which had rendered the bravest of services In taking off the en and was swamped and Six of the crew were drowned The ers struggled ashore In an exhausted condition All preparations had been made here for the reception of. the royal which included the of It Is remained aboard the Delhi until most of the passengers had been dispatches say that they are In good health and but much fatigued and exhausted from their dangerous the ride on back to the and the Journey thence to Tangier The Delhi Is to be In a critical position She la broadside on the The salvage vessel has sailed from her with and will make an attempt to save the and luggage The weather has but heavy seas are still ing over the stranded All Passengers Dec Peninsular Steam Navigation Company has received a egram from Its at Ing that all the passengers of the Dehli had been brought safely ashore A Tangier dispatch to the Times royal party had not even time to dress Some wore night with such coats as they were able to pick Up in the hurry of the moment listed shortly Water entered the tower Great difficulty was experienced In getting Into the Tbe royal ladles had to literally dropped and When the boat was still some way from the shore the breakers began to fill In spite of the fact that the duke himself baled as hard as reaching the beach she filled sank The whole party had on life which kept them but they were terribly buffeted by the Princess Alexandra disappeared for at moment under the towering but was by a friendly with the after all had teen washed off their feet several was dragged to safety on EXPENSE A NECESSARY ONE New Branch of Government Needed to Develop Nature's President Says He Resents Exclusion From the Enjoyment of tbe World's Wonders for tbe Sake of Saving a Little Fisher Also Indorses at Interior Department Now He been a treat deal of talk oi efficiency in running this there la no process under which tbe of con- trolling our great parks can be only thing the interior can do Is to assign certain kinds of work to certain No to convince ua that should have all parks under one and that we should get rid of a number of Fanny Story Proves Fmtal to Hew York Special The New Dec. Mrs. Annie who lived with htf at 120 Pearl literally laughed herself to Mrs went to call on these Isolated appropriations for different her Mrs Catherine 10- I hope we will get tbe action we want at the present Congress Senator Smoot that the time la President Secretary of the In- Walter Reed of chairman of the Senate public lands and J Horace of ad- dressed the evening session of the American Civic Association at the New Willard Hotel last night in support of the creation of a national bureau of as provided for in a resolution re- cently introduced in the Senate by ator The President and Fisher were emphatic In their presentation of the need for such a bureau In the proper development of the park system of the States The hope was expressed that the Smoot resolution will become a law during the present session of Con- gress Utility Involves President Taft said costs a good deal of money to run a and the first ambition of any one responsible for a government is least it ought to be the proposition to add a bureau or a department sends goose flesh all over the body of any one who has any sort of responsibility In respect to the of the for it means another nucleus for the Increase of and yet a modern In order to be what it ought to must spend Utility In- expense we have In the United States a great many natural and In that lazy way that have In our ment of taking up one thing and then we have set aside a ber of national of forest covering ought to be national and are called national and have said to ourselves cannot get away We have rounded them by a law which makes them necessarily government property and we will wait In our own good time to make them useful as parks to the people of the and as the Interior Department is the of the into which we put everything that we don t know how to and don't know what to do we will Just put them under the tary of the and that is the con- dition of the national parks today Something Needs to Be of you who have first been in the Yellowstone Park and admired its and thought of the ability ef the army engineers to construct such roads as there are and then have gone on to the and have seen Its beauties and found the roads not quite so and then have gone to the Grand and found a- place where you could bury the Yellowstone Park and the and never know that they were and have found no roads at except a railroad that was built at great and probably at great to the side of the and only a called the Angel down into the down which they would not let me go because they were afraid the mules could not carry you will understand that something needs to be done in respect to those parks if we all are to enjoy am in favor of equality of and I resent an exclusion from the enjoyment of the wonders of the world that it only needs a little money to remove the course that was taken in re- spect to the Yellowstone park ought to be taken in respect to all bur If we are going to have national we ought to make them available to the and we ought to build the expensive as they may in order that those parks may become what they are Intended to be when Congress creates And we cannot do we not carry them on effectively we have a bureau which is Itself distinctly charged with the responsibility for their management and for their building Will Add to the Secretary of the asked me to come and told the subject of the meeting I was glad to It is going to add to the expense of the Interior and It la going to swell those but It is essential that we should use what the Lord has given us In this make U Available all the people We have the It la not going to take enough to exhaust the Treasury It is a proper a essary expense Let us have tbe Secretary Fisher epitomized the of national parks when hi seems to me that the national Me have Be that under tbe present system the interior Department Is Utterly out power properly the and so develop them that they may be I at hand when It Will become for Americans to serf the beauties of their own country before they hasten He pointed out that had been spent by Americans abroad last and said that most of this should be kept here This could he If all parks were put under a central In order that they might te made accessible to all the people Lincoln Memorial McFarland the transmutation of the forest district between Washington and Baltimore Into the Lincoln Memorial Park would bo a mure fitting tribute than a mere commercial the proposed Gettysburg road The United States leads the world In the extent of her national municipal parks he and It Is only by the establishment of a Federal park bureau that the nation can hope to preserve for all time the and of these Bnos A of Bates and Herbert W of also delivered brief addresses At morning William secretary to the board of District welcomed the delegates Other speakers at the early session were Mrs Rudolph of pf the General Federation of Women s J Leckle Wilson of secretary of the Ontario cultural W D. ident of the National Municipal Irving K of the American tute of and Ernest son who spoke on behalf of the Boy Scouts of DEMOCRATS SWEEP The two began to exchange funny at one of which Mrs ber took a fit of which ended with her death DIAMOND IN LEG OF Woman Finds Gem as She Is About to Cook Special The Washington Conn Dec 13 Andrew of Coran was about to place a leg of lamb in an pan this noon she heard thing diop she found a diamond which i Jeweler has valued at The leg of lamb came from a sale firm In New York a deafer in this of whom Mrs Johnson bought it SHUSTER LOSES PLACE Contract St. burg Paper Is TO BRITISH MEDIATION of use to all the Is no theory of tion concerning these he con- are many differences in the laws controlling Mo general rule as to whether money taken from tire parks shall be expended on them has been laid as a some such revenues go into the general The same is true of the money which Congress Political pull is often the determining factor ID getting proper treatment for the parks la singular although there baa Carry and Will Send Two Members to the Ariz Dee Democrats of Arizona will place two members In the United States Senate and one member in the House of a nor in the at Phoenix unless present indications are materially will make a clean sweep of the State as a result of the first State The legislature from present Indications will be more than three-fourths cratic Insuring the election of Henry F of and Mark A Of to the United States Senate Qf was elected to the House of George W P of one chance a clean sweep will not be the Democratic portion of this and that is for of secretary ef state lican Is running and may yet defeat Osborne of for tms place Democratic Chairman a statement tonight claiming the election of the Democratic by majorities ranging from to CHRISTMAS Mrs Elbert H. Gary to Receive of One Hundred Special to The Washington Foet New Dec all the mas presents that will gladden the hearts of women this It Is safe to say that none will be so wonderful or costly as the 000 necklace that former Judge Elbert H chairman of the board of directors of the United States Steel has given to his wife It is a beautiful rope of ating from the center one almost the size of a to the small ones at the which are joined by a diamond and emerald clasp It is haps as valuable a single strand aa can be found There are a few more than 100 pearls in the and each one is absolutely perfect 13 HOODOO HUTS WEDDING Bridegroom and Mother of Bride Are Stricken at Army Who Aim Defied IB Harried in- San Dec the First Presbyterian Church here bad filled with guests and the processional had been played the Rev Dr. James B. tbe announced that the wedding of George Bayard of and Miss Marion daughter of Arthur Hammond a prominent business man of this had been postponed because of the sudden illness of the bridegroom and of the They collapsed simultaneously at the Amick Late tonight it was stated the marriage be performed before morning if Mr. Clifton recovers sufficiently to an- swer the The wedding was to have been in defiance of tbe super- The couple became and planned to be on the thirteenth day of the In the bouse decorative scheme and the parties were made op of thirteen San Dec. Lee who Is at and Miss a social favorite In this who nut OB August IS. became engaged September 13, and announce Be- October IS. Were at the hotel here tills De- cember IS. thus repeatedly defying the Fall Military Dec. Chart the well-known military was killed by a faH from hir aeroplane as he arrived at the military aviation camp here Hot Yet Confirmed in Other Expressed in of American Treasurer General of Persia Hopes that Is Cable to The Washington Post St Dec. Jrom Tejieran to the says to the mediation of the ish the cabinet has terminated the contract of W Morgan the treasurer general of Persia Dec story printed In Petersburg that Persia had terminated Mr. con- as treasurer general is not con- firmed from any source Causes Surprise NeWB of the alleged dismissal of W. Morgan Shyster as of Persia was received here night with considerable as ar- riving the day had to the opinion that In him sjS been averted tor the at Mrs who has Wen considerably alarmed for her son's expressed the fervent wish that the news would be promptly and that her son return to the United States Clement L law partner of W Morgan when informed of that he would be to believe it until confirmation of the report had been received through the State Department He will ask Secretary to cable Minister Russell early TV Morgan Shuster has with him In Teheran his and two young both girls There are also a ber of young Americans whom he with him in his work for the Persian government It is taken for granted that these men will also be missed with There is no road out of Teheran owing to fact that the surrounding is said to be Infested with It Is expected thaft Persia will be requested to supply a safe escort for the Shusters and their warty out of the country Had Three-Year Contract Shuster is a three contract with which has run only a few Demand will he made upon that government that and all others with him who have contracts with be paid in full When Mr official head was first threatened by Russia's demands Knoz made It plain that the State Department had no official relations with and had merely recommended him as a man capable of undertaking the task of reorganizing the Persian finances When trouble began Persia was given to understand that Shuster would receive full protection In his rights as an American and that his and property were to be cared for CLARK'S LIST OF SALE Physician Denounces With HINTS AT Speaker at Medical Banquet Urges Punishment of ID One He Physician Conspired With Surgeon to Operate on Woman for When She Was Not Afflicted Reward of f 1OO for Conviction of Any Practitioner of Such INDEX TO TODAY'S for Tart Royalty Wrecked at Park Bureau Urged Patients by Doctors Found Dead by His Father Minister Accused in Bomb Plot to Build Hospital Chance for Foes of Saloons Vigorous Against Dynamiters Stokes Faces Actress in Court Robbers Murder Two Medal Presented to Architect Votes to End G W. Perkins fbr Business Court Due to Lead Poisoning Comment Events W Burhans Dies In Barber Chair 10-Financial Opportunities for Charity CHINESE WARN FOUND Clarence Reynolds Discovered With Bullet in CANNOT EXPLAIN SHOOTING Speaker's Wife Leads With Joan of and Includes Martha Special to The Washington New Dec. Washington dis- patch to the New York American Mrs Champ Clark selected today the here as her selection of the greatest living or dead Mrs. Clark includes two wives of Washington and Mrs. John She considers Joan or Arc the greatest woman who ever lived The list follows Joan of Mary Martha Mme. De Queen Maria Jane Charlotte Emily Mrs John Catherine of Maria Mme. Elizabeth Barrett Jane George Sarah and Susan B EXPEL CABD Fraternal Organizations Take Cognizance of Newport Club Special Tte Dec. heard in fraternal circles tonight ant that the two of the Newport Country caught using marked cards December 6, in the are to be expelled Another report today was that former Mayor William P. man Of the board of governors of the Country has advised two bers to make restitution as far as possible by paying back the money they won by crooked card but up to tills time none of the money has been re- Admitting the prevalence of the custom of between the general practitioner of the medical profession and Dr C A L Ai presenting paper on the subject last night before the ern Surgical and Gynecological at a dinner for the members of the given by the ington Surgical went so far in his condemnation of the custom as to offer a standing reward of HOO to any individual or detective agency which would present evidence that would lead to the conviction of any member of the Cincinnati Academy of Medicine who In- in the practice Dr Reed attributed the custom to the overcrowded condition of the field In the the high cost of and the lack of ethical ing in the medical schools of the country Answers Magazine Dr Reed's paper was an answer to an article recently published in one of the popular attributing the tice to members of both branches of the profesion universally He in part it that that highly respected and universally trusted man the doctor is selling us to the highest I have sent inquiries from land to Portland and from Duluth to Galveston In the majority of cases my correspondents denied lutely that this Invidious custom had crept Into their communities I to announce that in other seo tione of the and many other informed that the practice was the practice advances from the general in cases consultants have made bids for practice by to divide their some cases the family physician is taken into the operating room as an sistant at the This is not merely in dollar and but is in many cases a of slaughter The manner of securing a 301 tion of the fee many cases I will Just cite a few cases physician of whom I have once took a to a noted surgeon to undergo an tion for cancer She Had No patient reached the surgeon B of- fice before the physician She told the surgeon her mission and underwent an which disclosed the fact that she was not suffering from cancer The surgeon informed her that she did not need to be operated Just at that time the physician arrived On learning what the surgeon had done he took him aside and that woman has barrels of money may re plied the she has no cancer Tbe physician soon fell into disrepute Thus should we treat the followers of the Brand them on the fore- head and subject them to severe cism proprietary hospitals in many be closely watched for this same violation of the ethics of our Many of these institutions are stock the stock of which is distributed among those physicians who are considered 'the best feeders Drug stores are sometimes run by physicians who are animated by the same impulse and the same extent in morals every man who is approached by I 'a member of the profession with a Of to split a fee bulletin him to profession and the including in the document the consultant who later accepts the Let our medical schools teach ethics Unless morals and are they win die out The body of the profession Is but its soul is being Praises Moving Dr Rudolph of the association presented a paper entitled Cinematograph as an Aid to Medical Education and at the session earlier In the evening at the the prediction tnat within 60 Loans to Government Regarded as Friendship for Manchu Shanghai Wan Pao the Chinese newspaper in Shanghai makes a attack upon the Four financiers who it alleges are about to pay an installment of the way loan to Premier Yuan Shi Kai for ar purposes The newspaper says this is evidence that foreigners are helping to kill the Chinese by assisting the Manchus and calls on the Chinese to help themselves The foreign chamber of commerce at Shanghai has adopted a resolution testing against all loans to the tration State Department has received from Dr Wu leader of the Chinese a cablegram protesting against the proposed national loan to the Peking government Similar messages are known to have been received from Dr Wu by Andrew and prominent banking firms l F. W. Reynolds Declares Tragedy art Body in Room at tel of Which He Is Proprietor on at Wife's to Put Out by O 23 old son of Frederick Reynolds tor 6f the Washington 226 North Capitol was found dead in room 65 at the hotel last night his father with a bullet hole in his right temple and a revolver in bis right hand The father called Dr A M who is living at the hotel and the physician pronounced the boy dead V shot had been heard by one of the hotel residents about 9 but he thought It the explosion of an auto- mobile tire in front About 10 o clock the elder was with his wife in a room adjoining that in which the bodA was and Mrs Reynolds suggested that he put out the light in their son s room It was then that he found tht body Will Investigate Coroner was and an In will be made this morning to ile the reason for the shooting The father declares that the young man had no reason for shooting and death was accidental Young Reynolds was not known to have a revolver The young man was last seen about 8 o clock in the lobby of the hotel and appeared to be in his usual good spirits No cause for the shooting could be by bers of the family Reynolds recently returned from the South where he had been a steward in several to be night steward of a lunchroom at Thirteenth and streets northwest 3 IN FAMILY MURDERED Confession involves WOMAN ALSO IS Others Alleged to Be implicated io Explosions at Fort Admissions by Military Prisoner Clear Up Mystery of Caused Damage Around but Charges Clergyman Who Dismissed in Disgrace Instigated years the children In the public schools of this country would be taught history by means of the moving picture Dr Matas pointed out its possibilities in the field of moving picture he one of the most astounding forces in the social organization of the twentieth IB diffusing aa wen as affording amusement It is scarcely second in Importance to the and the printing Dr. Matas followed his lecture with a series of moving portraying the circulation of the blood infections and surgical operations During the day papers were read by Drs. John Toung of St C. H. Mayo and George W Of H. H of Maurice H Of Frank of B. S of S C Randolph of LeGrand S. Albert H- of J. B. of J S of W. C G of J M T of of St W PH. fi D of and James p. ft Tex. Two ters Hidden Under Search Now Being Made for an Italian Who Worked oa Farm Hear Albany N Y. N T Dec 13 naked bodies of Conrad Morner and her two about 20 years were found under the floor of the Darn on their farm near De a few miles east of tonight by who had seen no one about the place since last Monday The family had been murdered The police are searching for an Italian farmhand Arthur Con- a is missing The have worked the farm since the death of Conrad the about two years are said to have been rich Arthur usually brought milk to a store and when he failed to come to the city Monday It was thought strange Charles Green a went to the farm today and found the Bouse With two others he started a After a hunt the they pried up In the the barn and faund the bodies GOV. FOBS Special to Dec FOBS sent to the executive council today the nomi nation of Rear Admiral John F U S of to member of the board of the nautical training as successor Wilde Junction Cln Dec. 13 The Rev Charles M formerly a chaplain in the I States a pastor of the Baptist In has been ia a con- by Private im- plication in a im series of sions which baffled authorities at Fort for months L States Commissioner Chase here stated Brewer had been ar- rested at Mrs Anna of Kansas also Implicated in Quirk's was arrested today in sas following a telegram to the po lice Quirk in his confession which was made to Col Eli D Sixth field ar- commandant at Fort said he up the bridge across the River June 24 last and the cavalry ble June 30, when 25 cavalry were burned to death He said also that he blew up the water main which supplies the post with water Says Preacher Instigated Am. Quirk declared he committed at the instigation of who sought revenge because he had been and dismissed from the service Mra Jordan implicated by 11 the wife of a In the Federal pent at Fort Shr arrested here several months ago foi aiding her husband to escape from ti f where he was confined on a charge of stealing lie wae recaptured and sent to the Federal Mrs Jordan was released in bis alleged lie met the former Joi dan in an automobile on the road tween Junction City and Fort Rilev He said Brewer told him they Wre on the to blow up the bridge and asked him to go along Quirk he plated the explosive Quirk been in the on suspicion of connection with the sions for a month Last he sent for Col Hoyle and made the con Damage Inflicted Explosions and here BIX months haAe destroyed government prop erty valued at A big storehouse on the maneuver grounds burned with a loss of 000 bince Quirk s arrest thei e have been no fires It was said at the post today that others have been and that more arrests will follow Brewer chaplain of the Sixth Field stationed at Fort Riley until he wai the army June 21 last after conviction by court-martial on charges of InB been Intoxicated at an enlisted men s dance at the and with behaving In an manner in the presence of enlisted men and wives March 31 last Brewer was born in Alabama 34 years ago He became chaplain in the States army in 1907 He is and has several children In Custody of Deputy Oklahoma Rev Charles charged with im plication in a series of recent dynamite explosions at Fort Kans was ar rested at his home in Okla late todav The deputy who made the arrest refused to saj he would take the prisoner when they boarded a train It is Relieved Brewer is being taken to Fort Riley A dispatch from Olustee a small in the portion of the State brought this tonight Brewer of the declined to discuss s arrest Denies Knowing Kansas City Dec 13 the tron s room at headquarters where she has been held awaiting the arrival of Federal authorities from Fort Riley Mrs Anna Jordan charged by Private 1 Quirk in a confession at Fort 1 with complicity in the dynamiting plot at the heard tonight why she Was ar- rested When told of Quirk's sion Mrs Jordan said It was ridiculous never heard of Mrs Jordan I knew Chaplain and never was In a car him I was in St Loufs with at the time the explosions Leavenworth Kans Dec 13 Jordan military convict and husband of Mrs Anna in Kansas City today after being implicated by vate Michael Quirk a series of ex plosions at Fort talked about his wife s arrest in his ceH today Jordan said it have been impossible for Mrs Jordan to have been any way with tne dynamiting He de clared she was at her tome In St Louis at the of the explosion Home Rule Bili Cible to The Port. London Dec 13 to a Question bj Waldorf Astor unionist member for n n the house af commons Birrell secretary for d the rule had been but would not be public before of parliament for the W MS. Columbia to fl.  

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