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Post-Standard, The (Newspaper) - August 17, 1908, Syracuse, New YorkEightieth Syracuse no y., monday k latest two seeks to continue work of death and destruction in Illinois capital. Two of the injured succumb negroes fleeing in terror from Springfield though troops guard is crowded with determined maintain order Springfield 111., aug. Deaths of injuries suffered in previous mob Fly fits the attempted cutting of the fire alarm wires the exoneration of Pil vate j. B. Klein company a first Illinois infantry by a court of inquiry for the killing of Earl Kelson at Kanka Kee yesterday and the Pursuit of a mob by guardsmen were the chief of to Day s developments in the race War in Spring Field. The attempt to Cut Telephone and Are Jearm wires leading into the City flail was not successful. A policeman so three men on top of an outbuilding try ing to reach the Linos overhead. An alarm brought a Wagon Load of soldiers and Alifi cutters fled leaving their nippers do hand. The court of inquiry which considered private Klein s Case reported to adjutant general Scott that Klein s act was per formed in the strict line of duty. Klein was one of a guard of a containing property owned by the state. Had been instructed allow no on2 to enter the car. At Kankakee four men. According to the report attempted to enter the car. Klein barred the Way. Basing the Only weapon available a Bay Onet. 4 As Tho train started the four youths left the platform. Klein was not aware that Nelson or anyone had been injured. Scare at the. Arsenal. A genuine scare was caused at Tho head quarters in the Arsenal to night after a. Squad had been sent to disperse a crowd at Allen and Spring streets. Five minutes a report reached lieutenant colonel Eddy that Shote had been fired in the threatened Quarter. He immediately sent a full platoon to the place to re enforce the squad. When the additional soldiers appeared the crowd broke and the soldiers pursued the fugitives for several blocks and the place which is near the scene of last night s Lynching was in an uproar for a few minutes. The Arsenal was crowded to night with negro refugees from Springfield sur rounding towns. About 200 men women and children sought shelter in the build ins and slept on the floor or in chairs. Most of these people were old and infirm but they endured the hardships of their quarters rather than face the Prospect of passing the night in their Homes beset the fear of attack. At a conference in Tho Gover nor s office this afternoon Steps were taken to notify the negro residents of the suburban districts to come into the state Arsenal for the night the outskirts of the City presenting too great a held for even the big body of troops Here now. It was the idea of the military author ties that More effective work could 1 c done with the danger spots restricted much As pos Soblo. Another Factor in this connection was the Large number of of impending trouble. At All the principal stations word was that attacks were organizing and that to night would see a supreme test Between the mob and the troops. Negroes at Chatham seek Aid. Several nearby villages and in mists complained of the existence of threatening conditions the most insistent being from Chatham twelve Milos South. The negroes there asked that troops to sent. Spokesman was told that the Best plan would be for his compatriots to come to Springfield and seek Protection at Arsenal. The authorities Are n bit worried by the condition in the outside sections. Springfield s record of Rule by mob. Human sufferers. Number of lynchings thus far. Number of deaths thus far. 2 5 number of injured estimated number of negroes who have de camped 500 number destitute property loss. Cafe and restaurant.? bad lands bed Light general losses total estimated in addition the Cost to the state of maintaining the troops on riot duty will be heavy the total de pending on the time the soldiers Are required to remain in Springfield. Sherman Day a gala event scores of negroes have left Springfield either on foot or by trolley cars the lat Ter class Riding As far As their Means permitted and then striking across country. These tramping parties aimless and penniless Are the source of some complaint from Tho communities through which they pass. Tho Whites Assort that the presence of these paupers imposes unnecessary burdens and also argue that Only the shiftless and immoral portions of the Springfield negroes Are represented. Minor depredations it is said have Al ready increased in the farming regions because of this condition. Refugees advanced in years. The Springfield officers Are doing All they can to reassure the negroes still Here. Thus far they have been partly successful although the number of those who have sought shelter in the Arsenal la surprisingly Small. Most of the refugees Are advanced in years. The younger negroes who might be expected to add fuel to the smouldering flames by rash acts thus far have generally refused to become wards of the state. This afternoon an alarm reached the Arsenal from Spring and eel Ward where William Donnigan was lynched last night. A rapid Fate squad was sent to the place on the double Quick. Within five minutes the squad had cleared the streets for half a mile from the threat ened Corner. City guarded by troops. With the arrival to Day of the second and the seventh infantry regiments i. X. G., two squadrons of the first cavalry All from Chicago the entire National guard of Illinois with the exception of the sixth infantry Anil the eighth infantry is on duty in Spring Field to night. In All guardsmen Are in the City. Two deaths due to the violence of Fri Day and saturday occurred at St. Johns Hospital to Day. William Donna Jan an aged negro whose Throat was Cut last night and Frank Delmore shot through the lungs on Friday night died of their wounds. This brings the most of violent deaths during the Raco troubles up to five. A Council of a for was held at the Capi Tol this afternoon by governor Deneen adjutant general Scott general f. P. Wells and colonel Sanborne and a plan was adopted to Render further demonstrations improbable. Colonel Santome was Given command of a provisional Bri Gade consisting of the first and the Sec Ond infantry regiments with instructions to preserve Tho peace in the Terri tory West of seventh Street. Hungary weary of losing workers to United Spates York aug. Uplift is the order of the Day in Hungary Accord ins to Joseph do , jr., member of the Budapest parliament who is on a visit Here. M r. Madarasz is a commission nil by himself to report on the com fiction of hungarian immigrants in this country. At Home Hungary is buying farms for her peasants and building1 Model Homes for factory workers. Abroad she intends to Seo that they fare Well. Prosperity pervades the land of the Magyar because the hungarian immigrants working in american mines and factories and on farms and railroads have sent Home to relatives. So Many workers have emigrated from Hun Gary that labor is scarce and wages High. After centuries of neglect the proletariat is now being great efforts Are made to make Hungary so at Tractive to hungarians that emigration will diminish v or Madarasz has been. In new York week making his Headquarters at the hungarian american Bank no. 32 Broad Way. The benefits to Hungary of the Money sent abroad by the emigrants have been said or. Madarasz. The benefits to the United states must not be lost sight of As each of emigrants in 190s-7 brought with him an average of that in t taking count his Valuo As a worker. Since the Independent party came into Powys for the first time in 400 years there have been determined efforts to ameliorate the conditions of the working classes. Kew regulations for emigration will be decided on in the fall and it is my mis Sion to obtain information which May be of value in framing them. It is believed Many facts Are unknown to parliament concerning the mat of ought to be presented before legislation la attempted. Some interesting measures of internal Reform have been promulgated by the in dependent Cabinet. Minister of agriculture Ignatz Daranyi probably the most popular statesman in Hungary has pressed to a successful conclusion a proposal for the appropriation of .15.000.000 Kronen for Purchase of farms and farm Homes for peasants. The Money is to to repaid in instalments in Twenty years. The last parliament appropriated a funds for the Purchase of for workers in Budapest. Francis Kossuth son of Louis Kos Suth the Patriot returned from exile in Turin to take an Active part in Hun Garian political life and became minister of Commerce. He framed a measure for the appropriation of Kronen for the betterment of the government owned railroads. He is now promoting compulsory insurance during incapacity because of illness or Accident of wage workers. Next year an old age insurance measure is to be advocated. Compulsory free education for All classes is being advocated by a por., minister of education one of the beat known orators in Hungary the subject of emigration is very fascinating. It is so evident that Tho coun try which has the workers has the Prosperity that nil Europe is concerned Over the draining of its labor to North and South America. I in eight years nearly people who had great productive Power Are Able to exist upon Little have left Hun Gary for America. Hungary wants to know the attraction and to their welfare Here with that of their follows who remained at or. Madarasz will travel through the mining regions of Pennsylvania an a the Western farming country going As a Winnipeg. Utica appears at her Best for ceremonies of to Morrow. Joy from morn to night exercises proper will begin at decorations Are unusually attractive Utica aug. Event in the his tory of Utica has brought out decorations As elaborate nor plans a extensive for a single Day a those for tuesday Sher Man Day. Congressman Sherman will be officially notified that he has nominated by the republicans for the office of vice president and this part o5 the state will help to celebrate it. The festivities will begin at 7 a m., Wuol. A Salute of Nineteen guns will be need and followed two hours with a Parade through the principal streets. At 11 o clock the notification committee escorted by tha conk Lonyi uncon3itionals, the marching club Whu a attracted considerable attention in Washington at the inauguration of president Roosevelt will proceed behind a massed band of 110 pieces to the Home of or. Sherman on Genesee Street the notification exercises will occur about noon. At the Sherman a platform has been erected at the Sherman Home where the decorations Are elaborate. Julius c. Burrows of Kala Mazoo mich., the chairman of the notification committee will address or. Sherman and the latter will respond to senator Burrows. Secretary of state Elihu Root a warm Friend of or. Sher Man will likewise deliver an address As will Thomas Wheeler mayor of Utica Charles s. Symonds chairman of the citizens reception committee and presi Dent a w. Stryker of Hamilton these and invited guests will be entertained at luncheon following the Cere monies. A Telegram from chairman Hitchcock of National committee announces that to will arrive in Utica to Morrow morning and p. J. Daly with a delegation of the anti tammany inde pendent club will be Here according to the statement of J. Kelly a member of the organization who is now in town. Athletics and music. afternoon at Utica Park a programme will be Given. Including a state league baseball game Between the Utica and Scranton teams trotting and pacing races motor Cycle racs Auto Mobile race balloon ascension running. Race and athletic events by the members of the state league teams base running batting and Ball throwing. Choral selections will be rendered by the Haydn male chorus the Philhart Monics and the Utica Maenner Chor. Four bands one of fifty four musicians of Utica the fifty fourth regiment band of Rochester dorling s band of Troy Ami Gartland s of Albany will give during the programme. The guests a ill occupy boxes in front of the grandstand and will be taken to the Park in a body in fifty five automobiles which have been chartered for the Occa Sion the visitors and or. Sherman to make a Parade passing in review in front of the grandstand prior to Field sports. Dinner to the committee. At 6 o clock or. Sherman will give a dinner to the notification committee and invited guests at the Golf club House. At 7.30 band concerts an electrical display fancy Drill by the Conkling unconditional and fireworks will add to the scenes of gaiety. The City s decorations Are unusually handsome. Every trolley pole each Side of the Street from Baggs Square to or. Sherman s Home nearly two Miles Awny cars a Large american Flag. Japanese lanterns with incandescent lights in them Are suspended in double rows along Genesee Street. A Large triumphal Arch has been erected Over the Bridge which spans the Erie canal and the fronts of the build Ings and business blocks Are a mass of color. The electric display is Brilliant strings of lights being used on the buildings and across the Street. Many of the Mills and business places Are to close during the afternoon and the affair will be a grand Holiday in Honor of or. Sherman. In Case of inclement weather the notification exercises will take place in the Majestic theater which has already been reserved for such a contingency. For one Day thieves keep stolen horse and Wagon a horse and Wagon stolen saturday afternoon from Sydney in East water Street was recovered by police yesterday afternoon in a hotel at East Syracuse. The identity of the men who took tyls not known. Lewis left his outfit in it ont of the Galloway seed store at no. 129 East water Street at 4.30 o clock and a. Half hour later it was my Sreng. He notified the police and they communicated with the surrounding towns. Yesterday they were notified that an unclaimed horse and Wagon was in a barn at East Syracuse aha Jar. Lewis went there and identified Thi property As is. He lives near Jamos Vitae. Amateur sailors end cruise. New . Aug. The cruise of the Amateur sailors of six. Eastern states closed to Day when the Buffalo new York and Brooklyn members of the naval militia disembarked from the converted Cruiser Prairie at the Tompkins Ville Anchorage. Steamship. York aug. Arrived Zee land. From Antwerp. St. John. N. A. Arrived carthaginian from Glasgow. Aug. Etruria. From new York tunisian from Mon Treal. I i Southampton aug. So Paul from Kew York i army officer Wio slew. Annis. Appears indifferent. Arraigned in court to Day brother aided in tragedy adopts same of shooting had a received Sev threatening letters. New York aug. Arraignment of Captain Peter c. Hans jr., u. S. Am who yesterday shot and killed William e. Annis manager of re Craa. Ton and Burr Mclntosh s monthly the Landing Noat 01 Wayside yacht Cululi at Bayside l. I., was Daj until 9 o clock to Morrow morning by magistrate Smith of Long Island City. Similar action was taken in the Case of Thornton j. Haines brother of Captain 1-Iains, who held tie crowd at Bay with a drawn revolver while the Captain accomplished his work of vengeance. The two men were brought to Island City to Day from Flushing. Both Brothers appeared absolutely unperturbed and nether showed any Trace of tace uncomfortable night spent in jail. They showed some embarrassment while Belviy subjected to the indignity of being hand cuffed but soon regained their equanimity. Calmly smoke during the ride to Long Island City in the Flushing patrol Wagon both the Cap Tain and his brother calmly smoked cigarettes. The Only words exchanged Between them and their guards had reference to the weather. Later while magistrate Smith was Reading the charge of homicide brought against them they maintained the Samo attitude of indifference and unconcern. N Tho magistrate asked if the prisoners were represented by counsel. Thornton Hans replied that he had comment Cater with of cos lawyer who had promised to be in court at Flushing having under stood that his clients were to be arraigned there. Tho Case was adjourned until to Morrow and the prison ers were taken to the Queens county jail. Annis had been threatened. Among the new developments in Tho Case was the discovery made to Day thai Annis had received several threatening letters within the Post few Days. These letters according to fellow members were found in pockets after Iii death and were turned Over to District attorney Darrin. Charles h. Roberta who helped to pull Annis out of the water after he had been shot and who was prevented from going to his assistance to Thornton hams levelled revolver said to Day in recount ing the incidents of yesterday s shooting i was standing not Twenty feet away and saw the-., whole seated at the Tiller of his Sloop bring ing her to the Louis Harway who was in the boat with Annis. Was Forward her off from the float. Peter Hains saw Harway first am walking up to him. Pressed his revolver against his Chest. Harway. Thinking the performance a joke playfully brushed Tho Captain s Arm away. Hans realized his mistake and. Crouching Down so As to get on a level with Annis emptied he revolver into him. Annis was in Hia bathing suit unarmed defenceless and unprepared. Look wife tells. With the firing of the list shot mrs. Annis who with fully half a Hundred ladies and children was on the pier watching the preparations for the usual saturday afternoon races called out shrilly look out almost at Tho same time i rushed toward Captain Mains but before i had gone two Steps his brother. Thorn con . Stood be fore me. A revolver pressed against me. Stand he shouted. This. Is a matter Between these i naturally hesitated. Charles a. Birch Field then attempted to go to the assistance Annis and Thornton from me to him calling Back or i by that time Peter Hains had completed his work. Annis with six bullets a him Rose from his seat in the boat and attempted to step from it to the float. One of the bullets had lodged in. His knee however and Asho stood up his leg gave Way from under him and he toppled Over into the Bay. Displays Sla Velous grit. Wounded to death As he was. Anglia still had the marvelous grit to try and swim to the float. He took two strokes and this brought him near enough for me to grab him and poll him onto the float meantime John Tonning. Our Boatman had knocked the now useless revolver out of the hands of Peter Hains. It Lay on the float As i turned from putting a Bun dle of sail cloth under Annis Herld and i picked it up. Thornton Hains still stood with his weapon in hand however and for a time refused to surrender it there was no violence attempted. Mearle l Downs. Edward Andrews jr., Joseph Hill and several other members of the club faced the two Brothers and. Pim ply demanded that Thornton Hains give Over his revolver. Peter Hains. Who was much the cooler of the two finally with his brother and persuaded him surrender his revolver. Of before doing so however. Thornton i Kalns who was apparently afraid that some one of us might turn his own weapon against h irn. Broke open Ali a j breach of revolver and emptied Tho Chambers pour nor the cartridges into his hand saying ton will be Good enough to observe that Norm have been arms who was moaning faintly stretched out in Tho float then turned to Peter Hains and said Captain you have made a horrible Peter Hains hesitated a minute and replied May have but t Don Annis turned to our Boatman and asked John have they pot cowards like thess in your by this time Henry Houghton Hail arrived. A Brief examination convinced him that could be done to save annals. At the suggestion of ill. Birch Field lie pulled out n torn envelope from his packet and wrote on it. Shot by Cap Tain Peter c. Hairs u. S. this to grave to who a firm hand Sleed his full name. William e. Annis. The others on Tho float had been to rot some explanation As to the Causa of the from the two finally Thornton a in p. Who filler a nine and was comfortably amok Lnor. Said i be been try inc to keep him from doing this for some Annis kept up his nerve in the end. Be fore Bini placed under Ether he said to Fritz re Harvey who sat at his Refl Side Harvey i May never Yon to developed to Day that Thornton Jen Kins Hnin it years ago killed a Man at fortress Monroe a after a hard fought trial he was rear Admiral Obloy d. Evans then in command Oft fortress Monroe was a witness aural not him. J on june 12. 1891, Hans hired a Sailboat j at Hampton holds. A. And in company with his bosom Friend Edward a Han Washington went out for a sail. They quarrelled and. Hains pulled a. Re Volver and shot to Winegan through the heart. Put up a plea of ee-if-d.e-, a sensationa.1 trial followed in .hahi3 acquittal. Captain p. C. Sains or. Who killed Williams annals be cause As he says the Man broke up Hla Home Harvest for be am three persons perish when crowded motor boat is run Fol Lowed by a panic. Buffalo aug. Persons were drowned to night in the Niagara River when a motor boat loaded to the i rails was run Down by a pleasure Barp a. Mrs. William pages mrs. Charlotte j Meyers and Haymond , a ten year old lad were drowned when the j Barge crashed into the motor boat. Eveline a ten year old jul re saved her self by grasping the Loose end of a line and pulled herself hand Over hand aboard the Barge without touching the water.1 three others in the motor boat were picked up. By passing Craft. Henry Schauss at the of th-2 motor boat thought pass the the Sbarge. When it was too late he tried turn and was run Down a panic followed on the Barge. The passengers rushed to one Side and Hnr-1 work of the Crew drove them Back be fore the ship turned Turtle. Grief erased woman also seeks to murder Little girl Schenectady Auff. Crazed by grief at Tho death of nor sister a few weeks ago mrs John Brick non a swedish woman 25 years old living at no. 220 fourth Avenue this City shortly after s o clock Lila morning slashed the Throat of her son George with a razor and then Cut her own Throat. Neither however. Is expected to die. A Little daughter of the dead sister who has been adopted by the Erickson whom Tho maniac had also planned to kill made her escape and gave the alarm. Mrs. Erl kaon arose As usual this morn ing apparently in her usual mental condition prepared the family breakfast. After the meal was finished she called the two children to her Side and invited them to take a walk with her. They wore de lighted at the Prospect. Mrs. Erickson took them to an out founding and then producing a razor from the folds of her skirts Drew h across her son s Throat. The Little girl screamed and dashing out of the door ran to the House where she told or. Erickson what his wife had done. When the husband reached the outbuilding he found the boy lying on Tho floor in a Pool and the woman sitting in Corner with a Gash her Throat. Both Wero unconscious. V they were rushed to the kills Hospital where it is .said., to a Ifft that their re covery is probable. Hughes at desk to Bay after vacation in Woods three Young in battling get beyond their depth and drawn one Able to Aid. Grand i Isle. Vt., aug. Young women who Wero staying at a cottage near Adams Landing were drowned to Day while bathing chem plan. They Ivere miss Lucy Perry aged 19, Flatts burs. N. T. Miss Sarah Dos away aged 27, Flatts Burg. N. F. Miss Elizabeth Disosway. Brooklyn of Sivan a cons n of Sarah according to tha report of the Acci Dent which has readied three Young women were in the water to Gether when one of them stepped .1 deep Hole. The other two started to her assistance., when they also got beyond their dept i and All went Down none of them being Able to swim. There wero1 no other bathers near and no o be on Shore was Able to so to the res no. The bodies were recovered and Scro sent to Plattsburg to night. Loses control of motor Cycle and runs into pillar. Paters of. X. Pm aug. Tha presence of several thousand spectators at the Clifton Cycle stadium tto Day Sonny Bridge a motor cyclist Anil former lightweight pugilist was thrown on the track while testing his machine instantly killed. Bridge from Walt hmm Masis. To had been scheduled to ride a Twenty mile race with James and prior to the race jumped on a machine which had been adjudged defective and began circling the course with it to test its Bel Taylor. He had Ridden four laps at top Speed and was slowing Down As he approached the grandstand when the machine began to in a second he had lost control of it and still at High Speed machine shot into one of the support of the Grain stand. Bridge was hurled fifty feet Ami was dead picked up. His neck had been broken and his body otherwise badly mangled. He was 23 years old. Special bar committee finds merits of cases Are ignored. Penalties made Uncertain this is due investigators find to Eree use of writ of Andrew d. White s views used in support of report. Took aug. Of a peal will no longer decide civil or criminal litigation brought Bei Ore them on purely technical Points but will base their rulings on the merits of the cases if the recommendations formulated by a special committee of the american bar association shall become a Law. Committee was appointed by the association at its last annual meeting to suggest remedies and draft proposed Laws to prevent delay and unnecessary Cost in litigation. Its report will be presented at the next annual meeting to be held in Seattle from August 25 to this report suggests Many changes in the practice. In the Federal courts Jor Tho purpose of expediting the trial of cases preventing the reversal of judg ments of. Technical grounds enabling appellate courts to Render final judg ments on the Meres instead of ordering new trials and preventing appeals for delay cases. Would Brush aside technicalities. It opens with a. Statement that the existing1 evil which seems most serious to the committee is the disposition in Many jurisdictions to dispose of appeals or writs of error both in civil criminal cases upon technical grounds and not to decide them upon the merits. In the judgment of the committee the Rule for deciding appeals and writs of error should not based on reversible error committed in the court below but upon the merits As the Case appears upon the record. In other says the committee we would restore the practice upon the hearing in All appellate courts which originally prevailed at common Law even on writs of error which existed on appeals in the roman civil Law and has been retained by courts of equity and admiralty. Unfortunately in Many states which have adopted court procedure the rules which have prevailed in Tho court of chancery relating to the hearing of a peals have been abandoned. The prac Tice which had grown up in courts of Law of considering solely whether error had been committed has been applied o appeals in equity cases. In our judg ment the original equity practice on this subject was far More conducive to the interest of tendency of the courts. Continuing the report Calls attention to the fact that the tendency of the courts in. Common Law cases is to construe adherence to strict Legal rules As the right of each party and to reverse if there has been any infraction of these rules. This snakes the trial of a Case a. Declares the committee in which the one wins who plays the most skilfully the merits of the controversy right to a writ of undertaken to find on nominal Island ebs attempt to Stop assessments upon Public employees new York aug. Heads of departments in tho1 county services have . Civil service Reform association to help put in end to the practice of levying political assessments upon Tho Public ploys. In a circular letter their attention is called to the fact that. The civil. Service Law makes such aids Estment subscription or contribution on the part of employees of Tho government of the Stato of new Hughes a and they Are re Quested to give As much publicity and Albany aug. Be at the executive chamber to Nior Row for the first time in several weeks having just returned from Saranac inn. Sheriff Bradley of Saratoga county against whom charges have been filed with the governor alleging neglect of duty for failure to suppress the alleged gambling at Sara Tosu Springs is to of Pear before the governor at 3 o clock to Morrow afternoon to file his answer to the charges. A request for. The removal from office of sheriff Bradley has also been made by the anti race track Gam bling Campaign committee of new York which through us or. Walter Lal Lav preferred the charges against the sheriff. Tho governor will begin a three Wenks tour of several county fairs tuesday when he is scheduled to speak at the Greene county fair at Cairo. On wednesday the governor is to attend Tho Cortland county fair at Cortland. On prominence As possible to that fact in or Der that those under them May learn for. Be reminded that Tipiere is a Law to protect them in refusing to meet the demands of political workers or Bosses. The association declares it will present to the authorities any Case of violation of this Law in which the evidence obtained is sufficient to warrant prosecution. It has supplied department Heads with placards bearing a copy in Large Type of the Section of the civil service Law which covers the Case of political assessments on government employees. Pc Auto intoxication disease Philadelphia aug. Eriar. Hospital physicians had to Deal with a rare disease intoxication. They say it is increasing with thursday k 2 is scheduled to address the the increase of fast running automobiles. Stato convention of the Volunteer fire Morris years old of no. 9s7 mens association at Oswego. I Spring Garden Street was yesterday s Vic the governor has riot yet completed i Tom. He was speeding Down Preston his itinerary for the following two weeks j Street in his automobile when he suddenly began to grow tremble As if afflicted with the palsy. He stopped his machine alighted staggering to the England contemplates loan of London aus. British government according to the daily Telegraph contemplates raising a Large loan in View of the growing naval Competition abroad. It is stated financiers of Tho highest standing that have sidewalk where he fell. This was at Preston Ivall Market streets. At the presbyterian Hospital the Doc tors said that the Man s condition was brought on by a series of shocks to his nerves in his machine. They termed the do seas Auto intoxication. Error in criminal cases is characterized by the committee As a flagrant abuse in judicial procedure. These the committee added Are constantly sued Cut solely for de Lay. Tho punishment of notorious criminals thus is constantly postponed in violation of every principle of Justice. This flagrant in the suing out of brits error from the supreme court the United states to review the de Islon of the highest courts of Calm Lukl jurisdiction in the several states. We recommend that no writ of error returnable in criminal cases to the supremo court of Tho United states should be unless a Justice of that court shall certify that there is probable cause to believe that the defendant was unjustly convicted it seems to have been forgotten that society has an interest in the punish ment of criminals. All authorities on criminology agree of punishment is far More important in prevention of crime than its sever Ity. The present system tends to make the. Punishment As Uncertain As human Laws can make quotes Andrew a. White. In sup port of this recommendation the committee quoted an address of Andrew d. White. In which he stated that murders were increasing rapidly yet. The procedure against them was be coming More and More ineffective Ami in the. Light of recent cases in new York and elsewhere was seen to be a adding that he favored prevent a appeals based on Mere technical matters and upon errors of trial judges in trill off matters at procedure and the bar terms to meet the necessities of the Fleet for the next Fow years without Dis Organ izing the annual budgets or casting a heavy Burden upon the present Gencr-1 to avenge an assault Huntington l. I., Auff. 16.-a negro who late this afternoon attacked a White Oman is under Leavy guard to night in it such a plan is adopted it will be be Tlle local look up after having cause it is impossible to forecast Tho i by deputies from a crowd future requirements of the Navy until j angry citizens. Threats of violence were frequent the evening of the news of tha. Foreign ship Betti King programmes have crystallized and the setting aside of fund would be a declaration translated j assault spread and shortly after a Moto into terms of Cash of the country s in-1 of fifty men battered in the front door Tention to maintain a. Two Power stands i. I o the jail with a Railroad tie and at tempted to remove the prisoner. The.1 attacking party found itself confronted at All i costs. I by two deputies with guns however and.1 he i after a Parley withdrew. Like which have nothing to do with the question of guilt or innocence. I the committee declares that the re j nov Box car robbers. Forms in civil procedure which it Recomb mends Are not theoretical but have been j tried and adopted in England to the satisfaction of the bar the Benefit i of litigants. These reforms in England have resulted in far More expeditious j procedure. They would be equally Bene i j Are caught re Dhandeo boys the names of Philip Jers and Albert aria aged Ely 16 and it years were arrested is evening try Railroad detective Homas Rad Orrt while pilfering 3. Car and peanuts. They were so far a Reform in criminal proce j of oranges Slih the third nov there Are sir liar to Myers is said to be the son of mooch i who Nas spent Many Days in. Jail. Radford was going through the. Salina Yard at 8 o clock heard those recommended by the committee will submit the draft of an act to Amend in the concerned the judicial procedure o2 a gang of boys a Box car the door o. Courts of the United states. As to is j which was he approached form in practice in the state courts the car and the boys ran five or six escaped but he a fought twp. Many articles were missing from car but the oranges committee has had no recommendation to make believing that better results can be. Obtained by action of. The local and peanuts went All the Booty , 1 on the boys. I

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