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. NEW-YORK. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1009. TWELVE PAGES. I'KICE THREE CENTS.
MODEL TENEMENTS FOR TUBERCULOUS PATIENTS AND THEIR FAMILIE FOUR TENEMENTS FOR
SUFFRAGISTS PLEAD POORCOXSniPTIYES
AND FIGHT FOR BALLOT
MRS. W. K. VAXDERBILT TO
WOMEX INVADE ALBANY MILITANTS" IN PRISON GIVE A MILLION.
SUFFRAGISTS AND "ANTIS" LONDON V OMEN REXE W
Houses To Be Under Supervision of
ATTEXI) HEARING. MARCHES ON ASQUITIL Tuberculosis Clinic of Presby-
Hills-Toombs Resolution. Proposing Many of Social Prominence Among Following up five years of active interest in
the work of the tuberculosis clinic of the Presby-
Amendment to Constitution. Dis- the Thirty Arrested The Gov- terian Hospital, Mrs. W. K. Vanderbilt is to de-
vote $1.«H>0.0«>0 to the erection of four model ten-
cussed- Both Sides Claim Taft. ern men t Embarrassed. ement hawses in East 77? h and 7*»th streets,
where tuberculous patients and their families
will be able to live under conditions similar to
(ByTel<*craph to The Tribune. 1 Feb. "-'4. -Every effort of the suf-
Albany, Feb. Si.—War four hours this after- fragettes to force the hand of the government
those provided at the most up-to-date sana-
noon women suffragists and anti-suffragists becomes more determined, and it is Increasingly toria. While no definite decision on the rents to
hurled arguments at one another over the con- difficult to predict how their demands may be be charged has yet been reached. Dr. Henry L.
Shively. head of the clinic which has led to Mrs.
current resolution of Senator Hill and Assem- successfully parried. The situation has taken
blyman Toomhs to remove the word "male" on an embarrassing aspect for the government,
Vanderbilt's action, said yesterday that th-
would compare favorably with those charged in
from the constitution. Delegations of the suf- owing to the high social standing of many
the poorest and cheapest East Side tenements.
raeists and the 'ami.-" arrived In Albany at among thirty or more women arrested this The tenements, when erected, are to be known
noon, each occupying a special car attached to evening, these including Mrs. Pethlck Lawrence.
as the Shively Sanitary Tenements, the novel
the fast malL As a matter of precaution the Lady Constance Lytton, sister of Lord Lytton
architectural features that will distinguish them
railroad officials separated the two oars by a and daughter of the former Viceroy of India; having been worked out by Dr. Shively in con-
resrular passenger coach. There were nearly Miss Stratford Dugdale, daughter of Com- junction with Henry Atterbury Smith, the archi-
two hundred in the two parties, and when they mander Dugdale and cousin of tiie Hon. William tect. They will consist of four units, willbe able
arrived at the Capitol they found hundreds of H. W. Peel, who was elected yesterday in a by- to house from 375 to 408 families. and will oc-
other women had come from Albany and neigh- n as member of Uie House of Commons cupy eighteen fall city lots. There will be a
boring cities. Tor Tuunton; Miss Daisy Solomon, daughter of frontage of 'J2T» feet on both 77th and 7;"«th
United States Senator-e.lect Elihu the ex-Premier of Cape Colony, and Mrs. Cath- streets, between Avenue A and Avenue B. The
\u25a0wife is one of the vice-presidents of the New erine Elizabeth Corbett. location for tuberculous patients Is wel'nigh
York State Association Opposed to Woman Suf- Bofn sides were well prepared for to-night's^ ideal, for on one side, the west, the buildings will
frage, dropped inat the hearing and stood for a I".*,
attempt on the part of the Buffragettes to force be next to the playground of Public School
time listening to the arguments of the anti- themselves on Premier Asquith, who yesterday and on the other side is John Jay Park. The
suffragists. had declined by tetter to receive the deputation. site is vacant at present, but ground trill be
The Assembly chamber, where the hearing The women held "parliament" at Caxton Hail.' broken within a month, title to the land having
\u25a0was held before the joint Senate and Assembly and a number of '.hem started on "danger duty THE BHIVELT BUILJHNGS AS THEY WILL APPEAR WHEN COMPLETED. been acquired ten days ago, and the buildings
Judiciary committees, was packed full of femi- in
a solid phalanx, led by Mrs. Lawrence.
iFrai the architects drawing will probably be finished within eight months,
ninity, all in its best attire, fuller even than The police, abandoning former tactics of bar-
according to Mr. Smith.
when the school teachers were conducting their The buildings will be only about ten blocks
can-.iaign. On the floor women occupied nearly
every seat back of the seats in which sat the
ring the approach to the House of Commons,
adopted a new plan of breaking up the proces-
sion close to Caxton Hall. They permitted the
LAWYERPLEADSGUILTY TREASURY HEAD TO-DAY from the new site of the Presbyterian Hospital,
and will be operated under the supervision of
Women crowded its tuberculosis clinic, which is regarded as a
members of the committees. suffrapettes to proceed by couples, escorted by
the standing room in the rear of the chamber distinct advantage.
small parties of spectators. The women thus
and they thronged the galleries. The millinery had littie chance to create a disturbance, al- FISCHEH-HAXSEX IS SEN- FRAXKLIX M'FEAGB SAID INSIDE STAIRWAYS ELIMINATED.
wes elaborate, and dressmakers could have re- though they were allowed to go close to Parlia- Dr. Shively and Mr Smith regard four feat-
ceived almost as good an iciea of the latest ment. The police, however, kept them contin- TENCED TO OXE YEAR. TO BE IX LEAD. ures of the new tenements as particularly im-
portant. First of these is the complete elimina-
styles as by attending a .fashionable wedding. ually on the move, and access to the building
And the applause a mere man Would hesitate was denied. Finally several of the women, in- tion of inside stairways. Each tenement will
to indicate which side bad the stronger arms. cluding Mrs. Lawrence, the leader, were placed surround a central court, and between the backa
Senator Davis, chairman of the Senate Judici- under arrest. Infor- Mr. Taft Completes Final Ramon
Trial Stopped by Unexpected of two units, in 77th and T.Mr- streets, respec-
tively, will run a narrow passageway or alley.
ary Committee, in arranging for the hearing Word of the reception of this deputation being
was careful to have the •'anti.-" on one side of brought to Caxton Hall, much excitement en-
other, mation Look for Another of Inaugural Address-, and Sees At each of the corners of each court willbe a
stairway, entirely In the open air. giving access
the chamber and the suffragists on the sued, and Mrs. Saul Solomon volunteered to lead PLAN OF COURTS, SHOWING LT<VHT ANT) to the apartments on that side of the house.
and Btrnard J. Haggerty. sergeant-at-arma. as a second deputation to the House. This met Arrest in Cast. Man if Callers. AIR SPACE.
the women entered had a hard time in finding Thus the common, dirty and dark stair or hall-
the same treatment, but led to more exciting way of the present tenement house, in which,
thrir proper seats. street scenes and a much larger number of
Carl Fischer- Ha risen, the lawyer who has
President-elect Taft said last night that he ex- even if built under the new law. doctors have
The first two hours of the hearing were given arrests. A third attempt was then organized at
Dodge, witness, unexpectedly
pected to announce the name of his Secretary of TEX KILLED; 17 IXJIRED. said much of the disease breeding goes on. will
up to the anti-suffragists. Mrs. Arthur been on trial for bribing a the Treasury to-day. Mr. Taft talked yester-
the bail, but this time the destination of the be done away with. There will be no hallways
chairman of the society opposed to woman suf- deputation was Brooks'a Club, where the Pre- pleaded guilty late yesterday afternoon to an day with Frank H. Hitchcock, chairman of the
frage. Introduced the, speakers. In the argu-
attempt to bribe a witness before Justice Dow- Republican National Committee; Charles P. Gangway of the Kaiserin Auguste on the floors of the buildings, direct entrance
mier vas dining. being afforded to each apartment from the stair-
ments that followed both sides claimed Justice N-ar St. James's Palace a large body Of police the Taft, his brother; Timothy L. Woodruff
Brewer, of the United States Supreme Court, (jpcjcpnded upon ling, who almost Immediately sentenced
When the newspaper men called last Victoria Slips at way. This is made possible by the use of four
and President-elect Taft as their champions. the procession, which was com- lawyer to twelve months in the penitentiary on other?.. Hamburg. Feb. 24. -Ten persons were killed stairways, and the economy of space obtained
pelled to break rank?, and several more arrests night he said.
With versatility bath sides interpreted a recent injurrd to-night through the makes up to some extent for the space required
Blackwell's Island. Execution of sentence was i"1 think that A give you the name of the and seventeen
were made, only two or three Of th« women
decision of Justice Vrewer to fit their own views, reached the doors of the ,-lub. Where they
and ieca«Be-«i-2Jx, Taffs position on the sub-
intercepted by the police ;::.d compelled to
suspended' Tor .1 week to give the prisoner an new Secretary of the Treasury to-morrow."
opportunity to wind up his business affairs. An- "The rumors are persistent that Franklin
slipping of a gangway between the wharf and
the steamer Kai««»rin Auguste Victoria, which
by the central court.
The second important feature is the use of
ject an incident occurred that was not on the other arrest in the case is expected this morning. Veagh. of Chicago, is to get the place," it was was being loaded preparatory to sailing for New Durchhausen. The Durchhaus is much used ap-
enterprise. Vienna, according to Dr. Shively. and. in its
Assemblyman Toombs. in opening ; abandon the York on Saturday next. No passengers were
The demonstrations to-night were not marked Before the* plea of guilty was entered, Stephen suggested. plication to the Shively houses, consists of spe-
the argument for the suffragists, told the com- C. Baldwin, counsel for Fischer-llansen. had "Rumors don't make appointments," said Mr. among the victims.
by such scenes of roughness and violence as on cially arranged entrances to the courts. The
mittees that if they would report the resolution said that it would be Impossible for him to Taft. pleasantly. Those on the gangway when the accident oc-
they would give a moral uplift to the Empire
some former occasions, but the leaders of the entrance from East 77th street is an arched
movement announce their Intention to adopt still continue in the case, and Justice Dowllm had It was learned that a New York man would curred included members of the crew, steve- passageway two stories in height. At the other
more forcible methods. The speakers at the adjourned court twice. not be chosen for the place, and friends of Mr. dores and stewardesses. They were dashed into
side of the court is a similar passageway, and
DISPUTE OVER MB. TAFT. "parliament" were most earnest. Mrs. rank- When it was decided to allow a plea of guilty Taft said that the choice had narrowed to two the water, which was covered with thick drift directly opposite in the rear of the corresponding
•If a man with the judicial mind of William hurst presided, and the meeting was in session on the minor charge to be entertained, Mr. or three Western men, with Mr. Ice. Most of them had broken bones and sev- East 7Sth street unit is another, faced again by
eral were badly crushed, only seventeen of
Howard Taft." be said, "will come out for throughout the evening, continually receiving Baldwin addressed the court at 5 o'clock. In ing. the arched passageway leading into East 7Sth
woman suffrage, there ought to be some argu- messengers the courtroom with Fischer-Hansen were Alex- There were reports that the name of A B. them were rescued, ami the officials estimate the
who reported the progress of the street. Thus an open passage for air drafts is
ander Michaelson. the latter' partner, and Hepburn, former Controller of the Currency, dead v some of whose bodies have not yet been
ment in it for this committee." deputations. Miss Christabel Pankhurst during on assured between the two streets, supplying botli
-Does the gentleman know when Mr. Taft the course of a speech said The roll of the Jury had figured largely In the conferences recovered, at ten or more.
George Gordon Battle.
any- courts with constantly changing fresh air.
said that?" interrupted a vivacious woman on "When I speak of stronger measures I "speak as called and Mr. Baldwin then said: the subject. It was declared that should The other features have to do with the apart-
Mr. MacVeagh from
the side of the antis. "He did no' express views in a!! earnest We value neither our" liberty "I have been directed by my client, Carl thing arise to eliminate Mr. LOSES $50fi00 XECKLACE. ments themselves. All the rooms are outside
of that nature when I was taring with him, nor our lives unless the women of this country Fischer-Hansen, to withdraw the plea of not the list as It is now understood to stand rooms, having light and air. and balconies are
to take his place.
anyway." get a vote." guilty to bribing a witness, and to enter a plea Hepburn would be selected provided, with windows extending from floor to
To prevent anything that looked likeliot argu- Mrs. Solomon* In returning from the first ex- of guilty to attempting to bribe a witness He The President-elect announced
that he would
Miss Jennie Crocker Robbed at San ceiling. Sleeping practically in the open air la
rapped for order, saying: pedition, apologized to the meeting for her fail- at the Wal-
ment Senator Davis desires to say that this substituted plea does make a speech before the Yale Club Ball. thus made possible.
"Mr. Taffs ]\u25a0• sit: can have no bearing on the ure to pet arrested. She said she had done her not in any way implicate Michaelson. who is dorf on Friday. March 10. One of his callers Francisco
We all love him." R. Sheffield, president of
San Francisco, Feb. 24- A |8D;00u pearl neck-
IMPORTANCE <>F H<>ME TREATMENT.
committee. best and would lead another attempt. All the absolutely innocent in this affair. We ask to yesterday was James
Another difference of opinion occurred on the expeditions were sent out to the strains of the the club who said last night that
more than one
lace belonging to Miss J. nnie
Crocker, of this Dr. Shively, in explaining Mrs. Yanderbilt'3
have sentence pronounced to-night."
value of woman's suffrage to the four states of "Marseillaise." The women who were arrested applications from Yale men desiring city was stolen during the Mardi Gras
ball project yesterday, dwelt on the importance of
The usual questions were then put to the law- thousand received, and that providing proper treatment for consumptives at
the Union which have adopted it—Colorado, were locked up for the night, and will be ar-
yer, and he made his formal plea. to attend the dinner had been given by Mrs. Charles O. Alexander at the St.
Wyoming-, Utah an.i Idaho. The -anti?" de- raigned in the Bow street court to-morrow. any more could be accommodated. Presi- home. Santaona, he said, were useful to those
"Ido not want to say anything that will add few if will be Francis Hotel last night. who could stay in th<>m long enough and return
clared that these states had gained
plight.'' Justice Dowling said, dent HeSley of Yale and Mr. Sheffield Miss Crocker was one Of MS
guests invited to
way. to the defendant's Mr Taft probably will be to proper home conditions. I M than use-
morally, industrially or in any other "In the | the other speakers. the ball, the list including
virtually all persons
CHILLING SWIM IX FAIN. began to pronounce sentence. memorial less to a patient who could be kept then
through giving women the right to vote, and
put the retention «>f woman's suffrage in these
Etates up to the influence of Mormons.
early hours of the .morning information reached
the state that would seem to make it best lor meeting
one of the speakers at the Cleveland
j on Thursday afternoon. March 18.
Mr Taft attended the funeral
prominent socially in this city. She was also a
guest at a more exclusive dinner given by Mrs. was then forced to return I
long enough to s-e how he coald be cured and
Prisoner tdth a "Past" Tries to this plea to be entered, a pica commensurate j Douglas -Robinson yesterday forenoon. After Alexander before the lall. Miss Crocker wore tary conditions in a tenement home.
Miss Mary IV-an Adams. Investigator of the the jewels at the dinner and still had them on
Island. with the crime. the service he returned to
Henry W. Taft "It ha« heen borne in on us." said Dr. SI
New York State Commission of
told of the evils that would result if the mass
Escape from BlacktceWs "It is a sad spectacle to see a career thus home, in West 48th street. Among his callers when she donned her costume 'or the ball. She
disappeared •that it Is in the home that we must ftgh-
ended, but the one victim of this whole trial Choate. Booker did not l.cc.mc aware that they had sumption. Mrs. Vanderbilt has lea-n.-i this by
women, who she said are fickle, Tn the fog and mist yesterday afternoon Er- during the day were Joseph H.
of foreign Lorn
has been the unfortunate witness, Kiesow, Abbott, son of Dr. until nearly 4 o'clock in the morning. five years of quiet and magnificent work In con-
superstitioua and Irresponsible, were allowed to nest Barleben, said to be the son of wealthy T Washington. Lawrence F.
Miss Jennie Crocker is the daughter of the
vote. German parents, attempted to escape l>>n;;
"These women." she said, "would be quick to Blackwell'fl Island by swimming to the
nection with this defendant. It is in my mind ert
whose life has been ruined because of bis con- Lyman Abbott; Dr. Frissell. Dr. Lucking. Rob-
C Ogden and William Nelson Cromwell.
late Frederick Crocker, one of California's
ne.tior with the clinic o" the Presbyterian Hos-
pital, and now the time has come to pal what
She is one of the richest
For more than an hour Barleben perjury has been avoided by this ! A large box of flowers for Mr. Taft was re- wealthiest pioneers. we have learned into operation. That I
take advantage of the commercial value of \u25a0 : shore. that further
the Presi- women in the West, having, inherited \u25a0 large mm for these tenements.
ceived during the afternoon. a While clad man.
vote. It has been said that most of them would fought for his life and liberty, and would in all course. poorly The necklace. •I want to emphasize the practicability of tha
tell s heir vote for a pound of macaroni." probability have gained both but for a heavy "To the defendant the necessary consequences
dent-elect was at the funeral to the house, left share of her fathers .state.
which has -been ranked as one of the most plan. This is not necessarily a charity. Mrs.
"Tfcafs better thaa selling it for a quart Of pair of shoes which be was unable to remove are disbarment, which means the loss of his j who was refused admittance he was J. R. Mc-
Within two hundred feet of means of livelihood, so for that reason I not ; a note for him. This said
am that valuable in the country, is composed of Bfty- Vanderbilt can make the property pay "reason-
whiskey," audibly whispered the Rev. Anna
- from his feet. were way
Howard aw, one of the leaders of the suf- freedom he was overcome by the cold, and was disposed to inflict the full penalty for th of- I Murron, Of Virginia,
great-nephew of John Ihree pearls, all flawless specimens, which some ably on the investment and .-till keep rents
suspend sentence, brought by Miss Crocker from Bufoae down. There is no reason why investors should
Mrs. Shaw also audibly took excep- rescued by a passing tug.- which removed him fence. Nor am Iinclined to Marshall.
When State Chairman Woodruff
was leaving years ago not imitate this plan. They do not need to be
tion to the remark of Miss Adams that a small to st. John's Hospital, Long Island city. although I have been asked to do so. 1 will philanthropists, as Mrs. Vanderbilt is hi this ia»
grant a stay of execution of sentence for one the house' he said that in his judgment the
woman's club recently required twelve hours to Keeper "Jack" Docfcel, with two assistants, stance. That is the great point."
elect officers. called at St. John's Hospital last nighi and took week to give this prisoner time to adjust his Treasury
portfolio would not go to a New York
and he ventured the opinion that Otto T.
TRIES TO EXD HER LIFE. Dr. Shively said that Mrs. Vanderbilfs bene-
When Mrs. Julian Heath, secretary of the Barleben back to the island. Docket said his private and personal affairs." of the Republican County faction was not a hasty one .>r in the nature of
had received his sen- j Bannard. treasurer
National League for the Civic Education of prisoner was the son of wealthy Germans, and After Fischer-Hansen
, Committee, would not accept the place. Mrs. Wallace Straiton Attempts Sui- the indulgence of a hobby. She has made th«
Women, arose to speak she gracefully preceded that be was serving a sentence of nine
months, tence Justice Dowling turned and thanked the the Taft home at expansion of the work of our visiting nurses pos-
said, j Chairman Hitchcock reached
ber \u25a0narks by bowing to both sides of the three for potty larceny and six for contempt of jury. "The state feels Indebted to you." he o'clock, and was with Mr. Taft about two cide in Physician's Office. sible." he said. "She has had many \u25a0 con-
House, saying: "Gentlemen, my opponents, my court. He said he understood that Barleben "for your services, which has meant to at least j12:30 was the years old, sumptive moved from 8 basement tenemen* to
hours. The subject under discussion Mra. Christine Straiton. forty-eight
trk-r. i . *vas completing his education
in Heidelberg one of you physical pain, and must have caused Cabinet place. wife or Wallace Straiton, son of John Straiton, one where he could have light and air, and has
"Why, we're your friends, also." interrupted University, when he got Into trouble with a fel- all of you considerable disgust."
Although Senator Knox is not to come to New manufacturing firm of< paid the difference in the rent. She ha pro-
followed, and Barlebea so District Attorney Jerome said after court iYork, as at first expected, he has been in con-
Who organized the cigar vided better food for many. Now she sees the
Mrs. Shaw. low student; a duel had been in, j Straiton & Storm, of No. 400 Lafayette street. way to give real and permanent relief and to do
After recognizing the friendship of her op- injured his opponent that be was forced to flee.
ponents Mrs. Heath read a paper, the gist Of Barleben told a reporter last night that he
had closed that when the trial
, versation with Mr. Taft many times over the
progress several days a letter was received from long distance telephone since Mr. Taft came
tried to commit suicide in the office of Dr. Wi!!-
lam W. Scott, at No. V.M4 Madison
avenue, iast something really worth while in the fight against
which was to show thai women had done noth- was sentenced by Justice Wyatt. in Special Ses- a Southern state, and on Washington's Birth-
Howe, who fas ; here.
j evening by opening oae of the- arteries af her tuberculosis."
ing where the chance had been given them, and sions, on January U», after being unjustly con- The task of finding tenants for the buiidinga
day Assistant District Attorney In this manner Mr. Taft has been enabled to left wrist v Ith a pair of surgical shears. She
that therefore nothing could be expected of victed. in Washington, investigated the story of the! keep in close touch with the numerous ques- is not regarded as a difficult one by Dr. Shively.
was removed to the Harlem Hospital. said,
writer. The District Attorney gained much val- j tions of legislation during the present session The Presbyterian Hospital clinic alone, he
them were the chance given them In this state. •Some time before mj arrest," said th. pris- Dr. Scott said that Mrs. Straiton had been a
uabie information concerning the defence. j in which he Is particularly Inter- has something like a thousand tuberculous fam-
JUDGE LINDSAYS WORDS QUOTED. oner, "I got cleaned out in a friendly poker patient in St. Vincents Retreat, at Harrison.
in the i of ilies in its care, and he expects the apartments
In support or her assertion that in Colorado. game in The Bronx and needed some money, so Then followed another conference
was, ested. In this Mr. Knox is taking a directing N. V.. until seven or eight months
ago. He said
stenographer affliction, to be seized at once. Care willbe taken to
one of the four states in which .women vote on I bought a sewing machine on the instalment court's chambers, at which a hand, and is meeting with gratifying success, that she was suffering from a mental
those able to afford better than tenement house
an equality with men. equal suffrage had ac- pUn and sold it. I work and was meetingbad present. |
In talking with Justice Dowlinn Mr. according to reports. but he did not know what had brought it on.
quarters from crowding out really poor persons,
complished little. Mrs. Heath quoted the fol- the payments all right, when some ..n"
told the Baldwin decided that it would be against case, the
Inaugural address of Mr. Taft received Us Mrs. Btraiton, who has* been living at Xo. 520
1 was arrested and ethics of his profession to continue in the [ Therevision last night. The document is. ac- i:!4th street with her daughter, a stu- and. if necessary, other hospitals and clinics
lowing statement from Judge Lindsay, of that agent af my transaction. did not -wish to prejudice his client by j final
than the Presbyterian will be asked to provide
juvenile court, thought that if but as be dent, visited Dr. Scott's offices with her hus-
state who. as the head of its found guilty Of l-etty larceny. I cording to custom, a declaration of the policies tuberculous tenants.
would go appearing to desert him he argued for a mitiga- i band. Dr. Scott said that Mrs. Straiton went
was iliLlial to that office as the women's can- 1 could get away from the island I an which the new
administration will endeavor to
considerable use will Ue made ot the roofs of
didate: back to Germany." tion of the penalty if Fischer-Hansen male was carry out. The address contains approximately into an inner office with him for consultation.
these buildings. They willbe elaborately fitted
immediate plea. The District Attorney office, ac-
can't bt that the women »< vote has
helped words, and will occupy Mr. Taft As soon as she reached the consulting
I of attempting to five thousand up with shrubbery and flowers, and comfortable
things much in Colorado. Both the political
and still are under /. T. DA WSOX KILLS WIFE. bribe for the charge of charge bribery, and then j little short of an hour in Its delivery.
willingto substitute a
actual , cording to Dr. Scott, she shrieked: "Why are
chairs and sun parlors. Inclosed in glass, will b*
puitiw. of the state have been all doctors and men liars?"
the absolute domination is a the public I
corporations. Now this
you to raak« dear. 1 have found that women
Suicide in London Picture Gallery
Fischer-Hansen, who had been haggling over the ; The address has
terms he might get. assented.
made, but the sentence
No promises were the men who have accepted places In
he received was the Cabinet, and in each case
been submitted not only to
received their hearty
The physician hurried out and told a negro
hallboy to summon an officer. Whil^ he vas
provided. The construction willbe of rein!
concrete, steel and terra cotta, absolutely fire-
in politics are no better and no worse than men. | approval, but Mr. Taft has also read the paper absent from his office, and Mr. Stratton was
Dotft torset that when a question interests. narrows
Believed To Be
Americans. minimum prescribed by law. although its terms room, Mrs. Straiton thrust
br**d line, to selfish prevent him from getting any commutation of j to President
Roosevelt and others of his per- waiting in another
A PRINCE DROWSED.
tt»m down to the line of action— they A year's sentence ; sonal friends and political advisers. the points of the shears into her wrist.
both sexes follow the same woman wants to get London, Feb. 24— John Tempest Dawson, sentence for good behavior.
look out for No. 1. If a two months' commuta- i Mr. Taft will attend to private business af- A patrabnaa of the East l'Jtith street station
\u25a0 political job shell stand for iniquity: if she's seventy years old. shot his wife while they were generally carries with it placed Mrs. Straiton under arrest on the charge
her job she'll do the >\u0084,:,<• thing. together in the National Portrait Gallery to- tion for good behavior. fairs to-day, and to-morrow night he will be Austrian Xoble, Heir to Great
afraid of losing running for office, practically as of attempted suicide before she was taken to
When I wsm day, and then committed suicide. Mrs. Dawson Fischer-Hansen is a son-in-law of Isaac V. ]j one of the speakers at the Union League din-
t!i» women's candidate, there was a certain Brokaw, but when the lawyer was last indicted ner for ex-Secretary Root. ih* hospital. Estates, Lost Of Teneriffe.
leader in the woman's suffraKe movement died in a hospital soon afterward.
Brokaw said he would not assist him In
Mrs. Taft arrived here from Philadelphia dur- It was decided to send Mrs. Straiton to Belle-
JMv.* Ler support to my opponent, the machines The couple were believed to be Americans. Santa Crux, Teneriffe, Feb. 24.— Prince Casir I
candidate, for the simple reason that she was Mr. Dawson was a wealthy retired business way. Mrs. Fischer-Hanson also announced that •j ing the afternoon, and she and the President- vue, and she had to be put in a straitjacket to
Sapieha-Kodenski, of a noted Austrian Hne. waa
afraid .f losing a political job that she held. man, and he and his wife had lived for the last she would sue for a legal separation. Anson Me- elect were the guests at dinner of Mr. and Mrs. mak* the transfer. When she reached Bellevue
drowned off here to-day. He was heir to r:
Under the circumstances 1 didn't l woulo.her to ten years at Brighton. Papers on the man's Cook Beard, counsel for the Brokaws, was in George W. Wlckersham, going later with a
have she was placed in the psychopathic ward. estates in Galieia. He and ht3 brothers, Pri.
do anything el*e. any more than court yesterday, and saw Fischer-Hansen in the party of friends to the Bijou Theatre to see
expected If a man. of body show that the act was premeditated. SECURE PULLMAN ACCOMMODATIONS NOW Leon and Prince Alexander, were thrown from
leaker, "it is the be- afternoon. Mr. Jerome said that the
"The Gentleman from Mississippi."
To the Inauguration at Washington. A telephone a boat whtch accidentally capsized. His bro
"To turn up." faid the DEWEY'S OLD PORT WINE. was not in court to ask for clemency but to help ,' Pictures of the President-elect hung over the call. "Madison 10;;:!." will JirinK tickets to your of-
lief of those who oppose this measure that the in the settlement of Fischer-Hanson's hnafajM ! fice, home or c:\ib. Splendid train service via
ers were rescued. Prince Caaimir »v bora la
Rich in Blood Making Qualities.
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