Washington Post, The (Newspaper) - September 6, 1907, Washington, District Of Columbia 1 he Post the news reader knows where to find the the NO POWERS MAY France Fears Trouble with Germany and DISTRUST OVER MOROCCO Kals r s Minister Serves Unofficial Warning Paris Government la Torn by Conflicting Necess ties of Conquering Moors Keeping Promises Made at Amran Situation Constantly W tish Ignore Sultan and Treat Directly with pt 6 While there has not been Ight g At Casat Unca t Tuesday e situ In of Cald Sir MacI can who has been his prisoner since early In J s terms have not jet been naJe clear but it la declared tl at e en f U ey are soil e what extravagant the roccan government 11 to them Sends Letter A courier arri ed to lay from bearing a htter ordering he Moors here to t business only witl hla e minister at Morocco City Ad vices re rom Fez to day an that the ministry had advised Sultan Abdu Aziz that ft would not be wise to engage in a holy viar at present as French had not Invaded sacred territory Casablanca Sept of the Foreign Legion who was killed In the fighting near here Monday was burled 3 Madrid Sept ministry of marine announced to day that a squadron of war ships would be sent to Ca in order to b near Morocco and to pr pare for possible eventualities The ministry of marine Issued a state to day to the effect that the troops King the garrisons of the southern cities of Spain have been notified to hold tl es In readiness to depart for to-day and to mor row light west to northwest winds Temperature THREE INDEX TO f tho FT of Us leading with f F rope notably Ger r tain to say nothing grow Ing necessity of f tt e French force abt o thj to the K K with n the terms of iov and the call to ar lim 11 t d ss and decide t h nat pursue Is rr m r re it a t t that the dec ten of Princes IT t M not be left entirely to Gravity of Situation Realized a o f t ng of Tues n wM h MiJ of the foreign n k f of h n i lit e 1 to day has brought f 1 i i 01 t of the n y ft h Id of t. t at m i eai v prose in KERMIT QUITS MARCH Young Roosevelt Flees from Attentions of HE LIKES To Have His Tent Invaded by Feminine Admirers and to Be Proves Too Much for Son of the to Be on Hunting Trip Left Squadron at 111 The 1 to n tut Or mny IB watch f In Morocco f. d y and as it be -i e t t t the atlon there D t IB in Ber at erms wM n trance Spain i nij n Morocco pr cer IK bo nds which ahr n t KO without first obtaining the Affairs Worse at I n At MazaRin IB reported X m p a d the fro n Ta c er on ml r C fit thf re was n aion to hat neither el Aziz tl o 1u t or his wh ai t een pro aimed Sul h s n to make war lit J received at Tangier Moors have t TOO K P tribesmen have mo t i A t tza n a pr p to send re enforce m r n 1 ships to Morocco One iM fie Car los -i i t T f r t daj Give Up Police Plan r r n U re S Js tn i on C Moroccan War M n t- that he could not aran t 1 i the European po I e I r at of tha greatest t i pt a The d velopment of ft f appears to be re- Ba h st by tr e Ger Fore sn tcl th e r t ated t hat n with who 1 a lo 19 matters of taken the oppor a of the for Morocc n situation voted fully Spec at to The Washington Chicago 111 Sept 6 Roosevelt son of the President of the Ignited States reveled for eight days In the roughing t o United States life on march and then he was ro by the repeated onslaughts of the ladles circle aid kindred organizations and forced to t at III The petting and pampering by n omen at ev erv stopping place became intolerable six days ago bit the of it became public only to day Young for the novelty ot tho experience joined tho first of tie Ln ted States Cavalry on Its hike from Fort Rilev Kansas to 1 ort Sheridan Illinois The fore of his desertion has leaked out The officers another and more story They say that tho a eon left the march at to keep a ig trip engagement with friends in iur ference of opt 11on on one tl Ing how ever Kermit Roosevelt disappeared with complete success and his whereabouts to day was not known to anj one sewing circle devotee or other The officers said tl ey bel eved he was In Chicago The men eaid they he had taKen to tl e tall weeds Popular with His Companions Tor his endurance and enjoyment of experience of camp life except tho i nuB lal one of hating the privacy of his by women at in moments Kermit Roosevelt was praised by the officers and men alike Roosevelt rode well it was said ana was hall fellow well met with tho tr and every one else save the women folk that irked him with their well meant intent ons He thoroughly en joyed being tired out with the day a ride being fed coarse food and rolling up In a blanket on the ground in his tent to He smoked a pipe constantly the snld and rl edged health as often AS he was invited to He took his sewing circle reverses philosophically and bore them with fortitude until his er at This was related by a member of the The Last Straw All along the march Kermit was lion and great crowds would visit the camp to see him said he They would not let him alone even at mess and cu rio 11 persons would pull back the flap of his tent while he was eating Young girls would come from the villages near which we camped on the march and he 1 ad great difficulty in evading them The last straw came at JoaHn while we were In camp there Early one morning an en tl elderly woman Invaded his Earle Settles Property on man He Cast Off. DEFIES FOES IN VILLAGE Artist Reaffirms Right to Wed Bis Latest Telia People of Monroe that He Hao Been m Better in Pana Than They Put Up m Their Attack Upon to Protect His Sons Equity in Mother De- fends His Course s tl at of he fc conv n 1 d H German Views Set Forth ra h has added T p hat f course the t on 11 not contemplate France ain to suppress a civil i Morocco This reservation dis- ho erm n of the co and shows that any n It IT Derations on the part A et n either rouse r r I l bj tho consent of c fit 1 IK wers at present is slm Tl e British be waltl ig to Oe man will do and tho latter is determined tc of to daj ed three I ng German Importers and exporters in and who went to the foreign 1 pm prev the file the government claims the needless de- nch as they affirm at French Action Hasty tent wl tie he was still asleep and patted hiir on the cheek and called him a dear I think that the woman was merely acting in a motherly and felt I ro d that the Pres dent had such a fine son er could not stand the ovation that was accorded him any longer and that day told ua that he w ould leave the troop He boarded a train for Chicago and since then we have heard nothing from him I think he said something about going on a hunting trip Two other voung men who are widely known were the squadron They started at the beginning of the march and are still en route They are Capt F Lee son of the late Maj Gen Fitzhugh Lee who was placed in com mand of the wagon train of the squadron and Lieut Phil Sheridan son of the late ci war hero who was detailed to ride with Troop C Shooting Chickens in Dakota Huron b Dak Sept several sons of North western Railroad baa been tramping through Beadle County week The mm ling prairie chickens Tney thirty two chickens the Brat day but had only meager success after after their al their right to hunt was questioned and the irden got after them not hav ing left 1th Herr enaes He made an and t of the bombardment ey permitted to go In peace at Duluth Duluth SepL ore Jr of the arrived the action of the and pro a written ace iint c Casablanca In tuU opin tha ench WBI hasty v at c and that nt fighting wo 1 occurred tad the French nj M Ma who Is esteemed as ne a man of m ich judgment been at at the time On other tt e provisional representative of M Ma wai considered by the der man merchants to have with the French commanders in t fir eagerness to give tho Moors a good her to-night after a lake trip 50 BURIED ALIVE IN SNOW Avalanche from Mountain Side ates Chilean Customs honse at Santiago Sept C are said to have been buried al e by a vast avalanche of snow that has rolled down the mountainside aid the Chilean custom house at T nc il This IB understood hero mat the British legation is actually treat station n on the Arg Ing w th the bandit for the in the nt r h h SpecUl to The New York Sept Earle the Monroe who put hta wife away In order he marry his spent a part of to-day In York at the of his lawyer Henry Wellington at 42 Broadway arranging a settlement of 8200 000 upon the woman he cast off Be sides this Mr Earle legally safeguarded the legal rights of the little son as heir to his million dollar estate I observed nothing but gener upon Mr Earle s part said Mr and entire satisfaction on tha of Mrs Earle Mr and Mrs Earle own the estate adjoining mine My family knows them and liked them for many fine qualities besides their exceptional talents Both are persons of much force of character and each desires to live i life unextinguished by the other Their separation Is a matter of mutual desire and was settled long be- fore Mr Earle met the woman who has been exploited as his next wife Vague Threats of Violence The ferment In the village of Monroe was raised against Earle on and which culminated In his attacked and tipped out of his buggy on his return from seeing his wife off on the steamer dwindled to-day to ague threates of violence About 200 people gathered at the depot to-night to await Earlo a coming on the 8 30 o clock train but as the artist spent the night tn New York they were not able to carry nt their half formed plan for The artist s carriage was at 'the depot A group of young a rope stood the road a ready the rope across and block the progress of Earle's horse when he started on road to his President of the village was called up on the tele- phone by Earle early this morning be- fore the artist started for New Earle wanted to know If It would not be the thing to call a meeting of all the townsfolk and allow him to present his case before them The artist urged the necessity of arguing his case on some kind of a public but Mr Haddle ford discouraged the It was not the public s be said what Mr Earle did or what he A real estate agent in Monroe said day that some time ago the artist had consulted him about selling his country place on the hill back of the but that this morning Earle dropped in on his way down to the train to say that all plans for selling were off Ha intend ed to stay where he Earle Defies Hia While he was waiting for his train Earle made a little speech to those who had gathered about him He that the fracas last night was very mild com pared with some of the scrape he bad been In white a student in Paris Why said the man art and dis- tinct peculiarities I nave been In the midst of many fights in France where I ve been laid out flat and the persons who took pact In the fights were down like wheat Continuing Earle said I reiterate my statement that I will not leave Monroe under fire I am going to stay here The only way they can get me out Is to bind me hand and foot or send out my body Earle declared that he could have wh any one of the villagers who at tacked him last night single handed and added that he would not have needed a horsewhip either I don t think I bit anybody last night he said unless it was by try ng to stop the horses Because 1 am an artist I don t want any one to delude into the bel lei that X cannot 111 flight fair too If the people of Mon roe think they can drive me out by using violence and making such did lust night mis The more they Insist upon my quitting Monroe the longer I will staj ou may call this defiance if you choose but I feel that I am well within my rights This Is a free country and I ought to be at liberty to live wherever I choose without outside My affairs particularly my affairs of the are my own and no one has a right to interfere Hias a New Yorker According to Earle Miss Kuttner affinity he Is to marry Is a New York girl and Hied with her widowed mother Mrs Annie Kuttner at 217 West eighth According to the neigh bora Miss Kuttner is a plain look ng woman about twenty four years old She Is of medium height and wears glasses Miss Kuttner is to be an exceedingly reserved young person and at times apparently Earle says she was graduated from the vate school for girls in West Seventy third street There are five In the and two of the eldest boys are said to In college Mrs Ferdinand P Earle the mother who lives in the apartment i 108th street nl Broadway talked a t to 1-ij h n of er a Th a o 1 ifti rs Indeed wl at wl shnegs there s been too told time that this should stop My t at ail the low man that these ia he Is hav e made him a terrible person It s The whole thing Is our af and does not concern the public at all so you must really excuse me from saying anything about it WEST POINT CADET HAZED Cot Threatens to Discharge the Entire Plebe Special to The New York Sept. silent treat ment of a plebe at West Point has re- in a clash between the plebe class and the Col Robert Lee Howre Col Howie issued an order two days ago to the effect that unless the cadet was relieved entirely of the treat ment he would dishonorably discharge the entire class There have been many and exacting de- mands upon the cadets at West but none unusual as this which promises to entirely eliminate the new class of this year Cadet Bock the son of a wealthy cago man Is the young man around TV lorn the trouble centers He Is a plebe but he has not won the friendship of his fellow plebes In fact he is getting the from his own The cadet in the yearling class who him is a Georgia cadet and his name Is Sherman His manner of Hazing was BO mild that when he was reported by Bock the classmates turned against him and began the punishment that Tie has been suffering from They continued It to such an extent that Col Howze deemed It proper to come to his FOB LOST MAN Wife of Manufacturer Who Disappeared in New York Offers for News to The Washington Poit New York Sept Seward Heldel bach of Cln is spending consid Table mono for advertising not to speak of lawyers fees in trying to locate her husband who disappeared in this city This is the advertisement One thousand dollars will be for Jr formation leading to the of tae where of Seward of Cincinnati who In New York oa Monday Description About feet sad In About 160 pounds large head thin dark brown brown prominent haxel brown aal complexion inclined to Won when lut blue mlt of I tint Valeria 1 slouch lna and white tie repeater watch thin told and platinum and mother of cuff small dla wads Mr manufacturer B. On the day of hla disappearance he lunched his brother at the Cafe in the Equitable He left saying he had drawn 000 to sf nd abroad and would go to the American Express Company to get them to transfer It Prom that moment he vanished He had no do difficulties and apparently no one knew of the money In his possession He was In at the time of his mys II PERISH Id HOTEL FIRE Three Women Among Known to Have Lost Three itory Building at at Bodies Recovered from Wash Sept destroyed the Webb Hotel at twenty miles from Tacoma last night Eleven per sons perished The bodies of seven have been recovered The dead are IDA MAT waitress master mechanic Peninsular Railroad shops J KORA B DEAU bartender PEARL F LARSEN butcher s boy Mrs employe of the hotel D J HENNESSEY lodger SAM HOLT Mrs MIDGE Mr and Mrs W J Unidentified man jumped from third Eight or nine are still unaccounted for The hotel was a three story frame building with front and side stairs but no elevator HOPE FOE GONE Old Creditors of Edward Harper Give Up All Idea of New York 5 the was made that a receiver had been for Union Iron and Steel Company with In this city friends who recalled the remarkable financial career of Edward Harper the failure would be a death blow to his hopes that he would yet pay off every dollar of his 9S.OOOOOO Indebtedness The company the offshoot of a 160000000 enterprise which Mr Harper or several years ago and the chief interest In the announcement of Its fall ure centered In the fact that the concern was under the management of Har per who failed for millions years ago after a disastrous speculation In wheat He was sentenced to ten years In prison and after serving six jears was released After engaging In several enterprises In Cincinnati and In the South after hla re- lease from prison presence in York attracted attention In 19fc by the fact that Judgments amounting to were entered against him Ferry town Summit Point and chester and Return Leai e Baltimore and Ohio station 8 30 a m Bunda Septem her S Sp opportunity for daj sou Out Car Window and Helps cue Women and Children Kans Sept 5 Colorado Flyer passenger train of the Topeka and Santa Fe was de- railed at twelve miles west of Topeka at 1 30 o clock this morning Three Pullman cars and one tourist sleeping car were derailed None of the passengers ed more than minor bruises but Passenger Conductor Me Nell s leg was severely and the Pullman car conductor also was severely A defective rail was the cause of the derailment The four cars bumped along on the ties for several hundred but were not Qov Hoch was one of the passengers in the wreck being In the tourist sleeper engaged in conversation when the shock came The car tipped partially over but the governor kicked out one of the oval windows and did active work In rescuing the women and children passengers His hands were badly cut by contact with the broken TAFT A Secretary Never Ready to Bryan ADDRESS AT OKLAHOMA CITY Declares that Taft's Advice to People of Hew State to Reject Pending Constitution Ig m Line with His Policy as to the Tariff and the Ratification 1 onr health Oklahoma City Kebr Sept. B thousand persons to-night heard lam J Bryan reply Co the recent ad dress of Secretary of War Taft on the Oklahoma political situation and 3 000 persons unable to gain admittance to the auditorium attended an overflow meet ing In addition to scoring Secretary Taft soundly for condemning the proposed con for Oklahoma and attacking the views of the Secretary of War on tional policies Mr Bryan declared that the constitution of the proposed new State Is better than that o' tne United States He said In part Secretary Taft In his speech made In this Territory a few days ago advises the people to reject the proposed constitution ana postpone Statehood until another abling act can be secured At first blush one might suspect that the Secretary B advice was due to his personal Interest next election He be ao ot Statehood with a view of keeping seven electoral voters out of the Democratic but the mare generous view taken of the matter Is that his advice resulted from his habits of thought Mr Taft Is Inclined to postpone every tMng He promises to acquire the title of the Great Postponer He s on his wav to the Philippines to tell the Filipinos while he thinks they ought to have self government after a while he wan s it postponed for the It Is not strange therefore that he should yield to his ruling spirit In the matter of State hood and tell you to put it off Extent of Secretary's Influence He holds out to the people the hope of another enabling but what assurances can he give that a Republican Congress 111 act Immediately to bring in a Dem State just before a Presidential election You have been struggling for Statehood for some fifteen and now when it la within your grasp he you to change a certainty for a de promise of another change Does he control the Congress to such an extent that he can guarantee immediate The two Senators from his own State do not accept his advice His influence as a Presidential candidate cannot et be measured for not a single State has yet Instructed for him does he advise you to reject the constitution and postpone State Because he is opposed to some parts of the constitution He has sug seated several amendments which he would like to have adopted Even If the amendments were worthy to bd adopted tt would not be necessary to reject the constitution in order to adopt them Secretary Taft says that if you Insist on having Statehood and are der to adopt the constitution to have a Republican gov eminent to amend the Constitution He certainly hae forgotten the argument he made in Ohio recently that tariff ought to be reformed by its friends If he applies nta logic to this constitution he ought to Insist that the constitution should be reformed by its friends rather than by Its and surely there Is little to Induce confidence In Republican party when the party has delayed Statehood for so many years and delayed it for purely partisan reasons Taft and the Philippines Have you read his If BO you will find In It an arraign ment of protection as we have it day an appeal for a revision of the tariff but he paralyzes the force of his own speech by the tariff reform until after the I am glad that Secretary Taft re ferred to the Philippines question for his discussion shows that he believes In a colonial policy and that he disputes the doctrines set forth In the Declare tlon of Independence While he seems disposed to acquiesce In the suffrage amendments adopted In South he overlooks the fact that the black man of the South is treated much better than the brown man of the Philip pines The black man of the South has the protection of the Constitu tlon State and national while the Constitution is Denied to the Filipino I am glad that you have the ben fit of Secretary Taft s advice for if anything waa needed to convince tl e voters of Oklahoma that the proposed constitution Is a pood one the proof has been furnished by the fact that Secretary Taft a criticisms lave been aimed at the verj parts which protect tl e people against predator and the people of Oklahom Great-granddaughter of ary Taylor in RELATIVES ALLEGE A PLOT Assert She Is Held to Prevent Her Inheriting Rich New Yorker Said to Be of Position Miss Taylor Haa Held in Home of Wealthy St Louis Who Placed Girl In Hospital Declares She Became Demented on Talk Is St Louis Sept 5 von ac by his wife left St Louis last night for New York to try to have Miss Sallie Taylor great granddaughter of President Zachary Taylor discharged from the psychopathic ward at Bellevue Hospital She is alleged to have been put there for the purpose of keeping her of the way of her employer Mrs Laura Blossom of St Louis whose wealth Is estimated at more than a mill Ion dollars It Is alleged by the von that a rich New Yorker wno by a marriage Is distantly related to Mrs Blossom has for a long time bean envious of the Inti mate position that Miss Taylor has been occupying at the home of Mra Blossom and afraid that she would inherit the fortune Mrs Blossom s son three weeks ago Miss Taylor wno is a trained nurse is a sister of Mrs von Drops Letter from Train It appears that Mrs von has re a letter signed by Miss Taylor from Carmen V Y it had been picked up alongside a railroad track The letter from Miss Taylor said she was be Ing held a prisoner and asked for help New York M Taylor who la now a patient in toe psychopathic ward at Bellevue Hospital was taken to that Institution by O D Gray of this city last week The officials of that Institution say she Is hopelessly Insane Gray Is related to Mrs Laura Blossom of Louie by whom Miss Taylor recently has been employed A nurse Bar to from a visit to St Louis and brought Miss Taylor and placed her In upon ner arrival It fs believed that the letter which was received from Carmen Is Y by Miss Taylor s family In St Louts was thrown from a car window while the party was passing through Carmen and that the Order placed It in the malls It was at the hospital to day that when Mr Gray left Miss Taylor at the hospital he merely directed that an Inquiry be made into her mental condition This Inquiry they de clare has proven that she is of unsound mind Gray himself made the following ment Mias Taylor is a trained nurse and had been attending my wife s Mrs Laura Blossom of St. Louis for five years Recently Miss Taylor has been at my country home at Heliport Long On last Saturday week Mib Blossom s sdn Howard died at his home in St. On Monday while I was at my office I received a telephone sage apprising of the and I 1m mediately called up my I asked for Misa Taylor so that she could break the sad news to my While I was telephoning to Mies Taylor she broke down and cried I asked her why she was going on so. and she said that How ard had been so kind to her I arranged to go to St. Louis at once and took Miss Taylor with me because I knew she would be a great comfort to Mrs Bios som In her The funeral took place on Thursday and on Saturday I started back with Mrs Blossom and Taylor Mrs although eighty years old was quite able to make the trip Porter Reported Her TH. Saturday we were asleep the porter of the car woke me up and said that one of the ladles had coma with me was I went up to the berth was being occupied by Mrs Blossom and Miss Taylor and I found Miss Taylor lean ing over my aunt shouting that we were taking her away by force Miss Taylor acted as If she had become suddenly so I put her in the room car and left the porter to keep an eye on her All night she sat writing notes and calling tor telegraph and It must have been then that she threw out of the the note which finally reached the von Mr Gray was asked If it were true that he had caused Miss Taylor e re- moval to the hospital for fear that she would Inherit Mrs. Blossom s fortune and he denied it most emphatically CLEVELAND'S HEALTH SETTEE heir tlo -i lo Kenesaw M Former Special to Port Sept Kenesaw M most talked of man In the try who Imposed the upon Standard Oil came to New York on morning saw two friends off on a steamer and then went to Princeton too see ex President Grover He found Mr Cleveland he much In health to New the judge went to the Hotel Gotham where for two days he has come and gone without being r by inj oC the other guests go Landis d d not e said o- Maj Clash Morocco Kermit Quits March Money for His Cast off Wife Bryan Calls Taft The Postponer Seek to Free G rl Elopers Fall to Wed Hindus Driven from W H a Bold tight Scientists Visit Mount Dr Chancellor Explains Absence Monument Dedicated Hobson Wants Japan Awed Explorers Lost on Polar Ice May Pepper Tells of Spirits 4-Prestdents Naval Plans Will War on Bubonic Pact Ignored News of Near by Hummel a Comment and Personal 9-RaclQg Asks Pay for Betraying Metropolitan Passes Dividend SPED IN AUTO TO WED Elopers Asked Mayor Garrett to lie Nuptial Knot BUT DID HOT HATE LICENSE Hundreds Beaten by Mob at SEEK SAFETY m CANADA Leads U At- tack on British Six of Victims Are in Many Guarded in and Hungry and Half to Authority and Public Sentiment Favon Who Hay Never Be Wash Sept badly beaten Hindus are in the hospital 4UO frightened and half naked Sikhs are n and in the corridors of the city guarded by policemen and e Between and the British lumbia line are 760 natives of India beaten and half clothed making their nay along the Northern Ral n aj to Canadian territory and the pro Haynard T Emus and Hiss of the British flag Disappointed on The out t o I Hindus was heard throughout the clli mal Errand in This Thought Glen j and along The Echo s Executive Would Help police were helpless All authority was and Paid Him Midnight CalL and for hours a mob ol half a thousand white men raided the mills where the foreigners were work ing battered down doors of lodging houses and dragging the victims from After eloping from York Pa and traveling the entire distance to Wash Ington in a fast auto car to have the matrimonial bonds sealed Maynard T thirty eight years a wealthy business man of York and Misa Hayden a petite little maiden of barely more than sixteen summers were doomed to disappointment Plans had been laid for a hasty and romantic wedding One of the essen tiala was to keep it a secret from friends and relatives The auto con the happy couple together with two friends Mr Sudworth and Miss Russell arrived In Washington about nightfall last night too late to get a license The e bride and groom agreed it would be a merry lark to take a dash to Echo and have the knot tied By Mayor John T Garrett of whose fame had The party made a trip to Glen Echo from the city exactly nineteen minutes feeling confident that they could have the nuptials solemnized and return to the city for further festivities at one of the downtown The speed along the Conduit road was so great that had Collins been sauntering near by their appearance before Mayor Garrett later would have been decidedly serions Mayor Garrett was aroused from is slumbers a few minutes before 12 o clock bv the loud honk konk of the auto In front of his house The magistrate thought his sturdy marshal had been on the job again and was haling up several offenders to be relieved of collateral He responded to the call at the door and was told what wanted We are here to get married ventured Mr while the prospective bride a beautiful girl with a demure and Ing manner blushed and giggled with Have got a the Didn t know had to have one out here he said with some I am sorry bat I I help you You 11 have to he was Tried to Baiae the A chill of despair seized the entire party whose expectations had reached such a high They were offered seats on the and sat for a few minutes indulging in a rapid conversation over their difficulty An effort to reach the marriage clerk of the county by tele phone was the last resort After that the party entered the automobile and returned to Washington The marriage will be performed some tune to-day after a license has been procured at the court All members of tHe party it Is learned are prominent and wealthy residents of It was strictly a runaway In view of the parental objections offered to the young girl s marriage to so many years her senior The mem hers of the party sought to keep the affair a After the ceremony is performed and a visit to the trip will be made to York ro the WIXX 200 Many Additional Prominent to Face Fraud Charge Sept. S Palmer S. who has bad charge of the collection of for the Civic League in the alleged tax receipt announced to-day that there win ba 200 additional drawn In these He said that these will In elude men as prominent ae those already tinder Indictment The fact continued Mr a very smaU proportion of higher up have been We took about a thousand affidavits here In my office men who confessed to having handled the bogus Mr Chambers said the other Indict merits would probably be drawn in a few days The date for the hearings in the suits already entered has aot yet been Baltimore mmA 91.25. Baltimore aad Ohio Even Saturday and Sunday All trains both ways both days except Rosal Limited City 1417 G St. and Pt Penna their beds escorted them to the city lira Its with orders to keep going Every Hindu Hustled Outside The started at C and streets a lodging house district 1 he houses were cleared and the mob then swept down to the water front and mill after mill was visited the white es Join ng the mob Every Hindu was hustled outside Here the police suggested that the mob victims be taken to jail This was with delight and the Hindus were hustled along From this time on few were beaten the blood of the mob seemingly being satiated Airing the attack on the lodging bouses The mob kept up its along the water front until early this morn log when s mill at Whatcom Lake was And Hindus brought in Four women were found this morning among the crowd In the city bonding The city is quiet to-day but there la strong undercurrent of opinion which apparent ly the action of the and it may be impossible to prosecute the leaders Racial feeling has played DO small part in the affair Every day whites being replaced In the mills by the Asiatics Many Instances of women being pushed Into the gutter or Insulted on street by the foreigners were also reported General uneasiness of the whites Is given as a reason for the outbreak The Hindus are all British subjects and their case is being placed before the Brit iah Promise of Following a special meeting of the city council this morning Mayor Black took charge of the situation Fifty armed specials were sworn In and the mayor declares as many more will be sworn In If necessary to give Asiatics full protection Places have been offered the Hindus again by mill men and tion guaranteed but the Hindus hava been so thoroughly frightened that they are drawing their pay under police and leaving for Vancouver Mob spirit Is still and tt is said further attacks will be made night if any of the foreigners remain The city and county authorities how ever say they will be able to cope with any emergency Larson s Mill at Lake Whatcom e miles one of the largest in the country will close down S ADAMS DT Washington Han's Auto and Wrecks Residence's Trenton N J Sept S. Adorns of Washington and two com narrowly escaped serious Injury here to-day when their automobile skidded in West State street and wrecked a porch at the residence of A. E The machine badly In tening to make repairs to the car two machinists in another automobile ran down a milk Mr Clark s porch has been twice wrecked In the same way within less than a year Mr Adams said a wet place in the street was the cam f of s 1 amd PATE Iff Big Steamer with la More Than Week Sept fate of the bCg American Hawaiian Line steamship with a crew of forty Is in doubt Cablegrams state that It left tne Hawaiian Islands on August 12 for Mexico with a cargo of sugar valued at 800 000 to be transported via the Tehuantepec route to The distance from the Hawaiian to Cruz is miles which should nave been with an eleven knot in thirteen The is a steel twin-screw built by the New York Company in Camden in The la 300 feet long feet with 34 1 2 feet depth of hold. tie n o RT Special rate and special service n to Bait more A Ohio September 7 to liberal limits and Variable ro te for r I particulars Official route COT A. R.