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VOL. XLI NO. 286.
OMAHA, THURSDAY MORNING. MAY 16, lMS-SlXTEEX PAGES.
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TAFT WOULD LIKE
President Calls Attention to Those
Who Are Opposing Him in the
TRUST PROSECUTIONS EFFECTIVE
Hnmber of Prominent Men Hade to
Suffer for Act.
MANY HElf ARE VERY ANGRY
Points Out San Hums, as Among
Van of Hostile Ones.
DIFFICULT FOR HM TO ENTHUSE
Appeal freas the Reoaevelt at To
day a ha Roosevelt at Eight
Years Ag Make Tea
AMfrnri Daring Day.
ZANE8VILUB. O.. May 15. -Tired and
hoarse. President Tsft began his third
day campaign In Ohio al Roacvtlle. ten
mile from hm The president was up
at i:30 and made hta speech at Rose villa
at 7 o'clock to savaral hundred persona
Ilia hoaneama waa marked, but his doc
tor. Major Thomaa U Rhoadea. waa con
fident that ha would be able to vet
through handily and would be In fin
ahapa to take np the campaign after his
scheduled twelve hours' rest at Cleveland
Mr. Taft' physical condition. Major
Rhoadea said, was practically aa food as
when be left Washington laat Sunday.
Mr. Taft told hia Rosevllle audience
that he pointed with pride to the record
of trust prosecutions by his adminis
tration. He then said he waa feellnc the
effects of these prosecutions In bis cam
paign. "It la difficult to arouse any enthusi
asm for your candidate among persons
who are being prosecuted," he said.
"Many of these gentlemen are very
angry. Tnere'a Mr. Dan Hanna of Cleve
land, who waa Indicted for rebating. It
has made him very angry and very active
against me, and ha thinks that I am no
patriot and no good candidate tor another
term. But the unindlcted are la the ma
jority, and It they will stand by ma I
can afford to lose the Indicted vote.
"Wbea I waa a candidate four years
ago Mr. Roosevelt commended me In
language so flattering that I could not
read what he said without blushing and
I can't bow. Either1 he baa changed or
I have changed since then, and I think
1 have seen evidence that It Is he. Cer
tainly be has changed In respect to the
"t appeal from the Roosevelt of today
to the Roosevelt of MM. who held Oat
only two terms were enough. But ths
Roosevelt who was not seeking office
Is net the Roosevelt who Is chasing
around the country after one."
The president s scheduled stop today
Include Newark. Mount Vernon, Mans
field, Marlon. Bucyrus, Norwnlk. Oberiln,
- Elyria and a night meeting at Sandusky.
Passes Donahue v
SPRINGFIELD, 111, May li.-Th llll
nols senate today passed the amended
Donahue Mil, which would put, through
a referendum clause, the burden of pre
venting the new Modern Woodmen rates
from becoming effective on January 1.
next, upon the Insurgents.
The measure now goes back to the
house. Under the referndum the rates
can be defeated only by a majority of the
tout membership of the Woodmen voting
200 Head Cattle
Burned to Death at
Kansas City Yards
KANSAS CITT, Mo.. Msy sV-A clgar
etts thrown Into a pile of hay by a
tramp la believed to have started a fire
which swept a portion of the Kansas
City yards early today, causing damage
estimated at M.
Fanned by a high north wind tha flames
for a time threatened the entire yards.
Two hundred cattle, MS tons of hay. flv
acres of pens and the government tuber
culosis testing station war destroyed.
Forecast till It a, Thursday:
For Omaha, Council Bluffa and Vicinity
Fair tonight and Thursday; warmer
rs, U at Osaaba
a. m S
7 a. m
S a. m 4
a. m at
1 a. m to
11 a. m
11 m 5
1 p. m SO
p- m. K
p. m il
Weather la the Grata Belt.
UIZ. U1L lsie. IMS.
Lowest last night tf si ft
precipitation T .7 tl
Normal temperature for today, c de
Deficiency In precipitation aince March
L I a inches.
Deficiency for corresponding year of
11U 1 Inches.
Deficiency lor corresponding period of
MM. til Inches.
Local Weatb Record.
The weather ta warmer In the moun
tains, and east over the central valleys
and lake region. It is sligfttly cooler In
the extreme upper Mississippi and Mis
souri valley, and freesing lemperaturea
with frosts, secured In northern portions
of North Dakota and Minnesota. Unsea
sonably cool weather continues In the
southwest, aad heavy sod killing frosts
occurred In southern Colorado and New
Mexico. Light rains are failing in the
upper lake region and generally eloudy
weather prevails everywhere east of the
Rocky mountains. It ta dear ta the north
west, aad haa cleared In the mountains,
and th indications are for fair weather
hi Una vicinity tonight and Thursday
with slightly warmer Thursday.
1 A. WELSH, Local Forecaster.
New Break in Levee
Will Flood Hundreds
of Square Miles
NEW ortlJiANS. Msy & Hundreds of
persons a.e fleeing befoie the flooJ In
the country Just north of New Orleans,
on the opposite side of the Mississippi
river. The break that came In the west
levee hut night Is widening and a great
fertile territory will be added to Louis
iana's thousands of Inundated acrea
Thousands of persons are In the path of
the flood. The danger of life lose Is
small, however, because government aid
was at the scene a few hours after the
break waa reported, but the damage to
towna and plantations will he tremendous.
Approximately S0.O30 nersons will be af
fected and probably half of this number
will be without homes until the water
A stretch of territory adjacent to the
Mississippi river, varying In width from
ten to thirty miles and unbroken with
few exceptions from the Arksnsas atate
line south to the St. Charles-Jefferson
parish, aproximately M miles, probably
will be more or less inundated before this
new crevasse la closed
Dosens of villages along Ihe Texas a
Pacific, Including Taft station, will be
under water before another week passes.
Roosevelt in north Louisiana, wss
among the first towns to be Inundsted by
the Dog Tall crevasse waters several
weeka ago. The news of the break waa
carried rapidly Isst night by couriers, tel.
egraph and telephone to the thousands of
persona In the affected district, and
throngs of women and children sought
refuge on the levee above and below the
break awaiting the rescue boats. At day
light no Uvea had been reported lost.
Crowds of refugee arrived at Lucy and
bullosa during the night.
Read to Jury in the
Wall Paper Case
CLEVELAND, O.. May tt.-Lottera sent
out by W. L. Yetter of Omaha, secretary
of ths National Association of Wall Paper
Jobbers, urging that activities of a cer
tain eompany'a e and 1 cent stores In
the wall paper trade be checked, were
read at the trial of the eight wall paper
manufacturer and Jobbers charged with
violation of the Sherman anti-trust law
These are the stores directed by Frank
Hall of Weehawken. N. J., the chief wit
ness for the government.
Tetter, who waa on the atand while the
letter were read, haa been promised Im
munity on tha condition that he testify
against th alleged conspirators.
Thomaa J. Boach of th Carey Brother
company of Philadelphia, another wit.
neas who ha been promised Immunity,
waa expected to take the stand this af
ternoon, so that h may' quickly return
horn to recover from recant operation.
Roach testified that ea Mar J, let, at
a meeting In Cleveland the eight defend
ant new on trial adopted a resolution
commending the wall paper manufactur
er for appointing a commission to In
vestigate the demoralisation of the wall
paper trad toy th ssle of paper to I
and le-cent store, and asking that th
commission be msde permanent.
Roach said J. B. Pearc of Cleveland
proposed stoppage of salea to I and 10
cent store, but this waa opposed by W.
A. Huppuch of Hudson Falls. N. T.
and Mileage Bill
SPRINGFIELD. III., May li-The two
houses of th Illinois legislature estab
lished working relations again today,
when the senate reconsidered Its action
of laat night and passed the appropriation
for the payment for the mileage and
postage allowance to the members of
the third special session. TJefeated Ult
night by a vote of X to 11, th hill waa
passed trxlay-M to a
The senate next changed the date t.n It
sine die adjournment resolution from Msy
29 to June a.. It Is understood the house
The senate Passed the senate bfll
amending the East at. Louis levee bill -o
a to provide for th expiration of the
terms of trustees and election of their
The senile bill appropriating tJi.uOs for
a road survey preliminary to Ihe estab
lishment of a system of good roads, was
advanced to third reading. Ita passage
1 made doubtful by reason of an agree
ment among the senators not to return
unless they are called back by Lieutenant
By a vote of (i to tf the bouse struck
the enacting clause out of Apamadork's
bill eliminating the party circle In mu
nicipal court elections and providing for
the printing uf the names of all candi
date in a single column.
House of the Paris
Auto Bandits is
. Regular Arsenal
PARIS. May 11 -Thousands of people
motored today to the suburb t.f Nogent-Hur-JTsrne
In order to secure mementoes
of last night's siege which -nded In the
death of the two autotaobllo bandits.
Gamier and Vallet.
An examination today showed that th
boos waa a regular arsenal. Several
cases; of bullets and car W nee swere found,
while a sort of trench had been built be
hind the walla and perforated with boles
affording th bandit in excellent means
of defense and offense.
The sang duration of the siege Is re
garded a showing the Ineffectiveness of
he high explosives used, which, consid
ering th conditions, did not cause a
great amount of damage.
The stern extermination of the outlaw
chiefs meats with approval every w heir
ita France, and now that the member
of the band have been killed or are be
hind prison bar, the conditions which
led ap to tbetr appearance are discussed.
Many people think they are the product
of modern fiction and the modern stag,
which bav glorified th careers of crun-
ON RETIRED LIST
jHethodist General Conference Takes
This Action With Warren,
iloore and Neely.
FIFTEEN MEMBERS OF COLLEGE
Report of Episcopacy Committee
Agrees Upon This Number.
FIGHT MADE ON THE FLAN
Dr. Smith of Ohio Loses When Seeks
to Oppose Move.
CHANCELLOR SAT IS HISSED
Whea He Meatloaa Mitre la fsase.
tloa With tharch. Delegate
Take Palas to Bhow
MINNEAPOLIS, May lk-The general
conference of the Methodist Kpteconal
church this afternoon vut.d to retire
Bishops Henry W. Warren, I'nvld P
Moore and T. B. Neely.
The delegate this afternoon oted on
the proposed retirement of three bishops
and the proposition waa so slated that
any one or all three msy be retired. The
number of bishops to be elected at this
conference to a great extent depends or
the result of Ihe ballot, which may be
come known thla afternoon.
The report of Ihe episcopacy committee
pronounced fifteen members of the bish
ops' college effective. The vote on Bishop
Neely. It la said, stood 108 so W.
Mcarcely had the report been read hen
a aubatltut motion, afterward made an
amendment, wa Introduced by Dr. A.
E. Smith of Ohio, that Ihe names of the
three bishops recommended for retirement
he added to the list of effective bishops.
This amendment waa overwhelmingly
voted down, following a great uproar dur.
Ing speeches on the question.
Chancellor James R. Day of Syracuse
university waa hissed when. In a speech
declaring against retirement of any
bishop he Intimated that the episcopacy
committee lied within II many of Ihe
candidates to th mitre. His Intimation
was Mtterly stacked from the floor.
Aaaasesarat Rale Today.
What Is expected by tha delegate to be
one of the keenest battles of Ihe present
session of the genersl conference of th
Methodist Episcopal church In session
here I scheduled for tomorrow when th
report of the committee on amusement
question has been made a special order
Day lersrri Fostpoaesaeal.
The report was to have coma up for
discussion today,, but through a motion
made yesterdy by Chancellor James It.
Day of Syracuse university wa post-
poned because of the absence of certain
member ot the committee. Chancellor
Day. wh favored In th committee th-
ellminatlng of Ihe paragraph nroWhltle.g
amusements and declared hi belief Ihnt
the Wesley doctrin of "Individual eon
science" should be reinstated, has served
notice that a minority report will be pre
srnted. The committee, by a vol of 10)
to 61 favored the retention of Ihe para
If the conference adopts the report oi
the committee on temperance and prohlhi-
lion the church temperance society will
receive Sa.M for expenses during Ihe
The elimination of on of Ihe temper
ance societies, of th church and the con
centration of Ihe fight against the liquor
forces by aiding but on organisation
had been discussed, but the committee
favored the retention of th church tem
First Violence in
in Atlanta, Ga.
ATIJtNTA. Qa.. May IS.-The first vio
lence In connection with the strlk of
pressmen on WHUsm R. Hearst's Atlanta
nure.ii took nlace last night when
strikebreakers and union men from the
Journal engaged In a fight.' Three of Ihe
union men. Including F. B. Brlgman,
president of the Atlanta local, are In a
hospital badly beaten and cut. It Is said
the strikebreaker are from New Tork.
Th. (SMw-rtan's former employes II was
reported this morning would consider re
turning to work.
r-iiii-ico Mav IS. Conditions In the
newspaper strike were unchanged today
and afternoon papers Issued editions as
usual. There waa less disorder manifest
Msutanda and outlying section of
th city were supplied with papers in th
Kntari in the downtown district sold
their papers unmolested on many corners.
Newspaper delivery wagone continue to
be guarded by police on their rounds.
Daughters of the
BOSTON. May li-Mrs. Clarence -B
leak ley of New Tork waa today elected
president-general of the Daughters of the
Revolution. Others elected to office In
the organisation are: Mrs. Nathaniel
Keay of Pennsylvania. Mr. Robert Warn"
of New Jersey and Mr. Washington Ys!e
of Minnesota, vice presidents-general ;
Mrs. Herbert B. Henry of Long Island,
recording secretary-general; Mr. Fred
M. (loss of Melrose, corresponding secretary-general;
Mrs. Frank P. Whiting of
Long Island, treasurer-general.
The National Capital
Wednesday, slay IS, '
Met at noon.
Resumed Consideration of agrlcrjtural
The House. '
Met at noon.
Considered Philippine friars land b!IL
Judiciary committee continued Investi
gation Into charge against Judgs Arch-
i runt Miiiii-poii Jturiiai.
ROOSEVELT GETS CilLIFORNIA
Returns Indicate Colonel Has Sub
stantial Margin Over Taft
MAST WOMEN MARK BALLOTS
Reperls Frosa All Part of Mala la
deals They Went ta Pall l
tercet t a Ire Ta . ,.-
. .. r.
SAN FRANCISCO, May It.-Helayed re
turns' from remote- districts' of' yester
day' atate presidential preference pri
mary are useful only to determine the
exact pluralities rolled up by Theodore
Roosevelt and Champ Clark over their
opponent for Ihe republican end demo
RooMvelt'a plurality n estimated at be
tween sD.000 end T..0uo over Taft and La
Follett; Champ Clark leads Woodrow
Wilson by probably 'ari.uw. Througlioiit
the state the Vote was comparatively
Roosevelt probably csrried every county.
Even San Francisco, where a determined
effort waa made by the Taft managers
to make a good showing, favored the
colonel by a plurality of S.U7.
One foaaly for I .a Foiled.
Senator 1-aKollelle found consolation
only in Ban Diego county, which re
turned him hia only plurality. The In
dustrial Workers of the World troubles
are said to have made sentiment for him
there, the theory being lhat the cltlsen
recanted an Investigation , ordered by
Governor Johnson, a Roosevelt sup
porter. Chsmp Clark's, victory over Woodrow
Wilson was sufficiently sweeping to Jus
tify th pre-election claim of hi cam
paign managers. He also probably car
ried every county and defeated Wilson
by nearly 1 to 1. No organised effort
waa made In behalf of any other demo
Tlx twe.ity-alx delegate won by
Roosevelt and Clark are pledged to give
them full, unswerving support.
Woman voters played a large part In
today' primary. Reporta from all parts
of the stat Indicated that Ihey went to
th polls In greater numbers than the
men. In proportion to registration.
Taft carried the Fourth congressional
district In this city by the narrow mar
gin of V votes, making possible a con
test over the two delegatea from the dis
trict. The figures for the Fourth dis
Taft. Roosevelt. .B1; 1 Follett-;
Roosevelt In the late returns from 2.34
out of about 3. Ts) precincts has a clear
majority of IS. 177 over Taft and Senator
La Follette. who received, respectively,
bo,S94 and 33.31 votes.
On the democratic ticket the figurea in
the same precincts are:
Wilson, U.; Clark, a.lSS.
One Liquor House to
Each Seven People
ST. JOSEPH. Mo., May li,-Wlnthrop.
Mo., said to be the "wettest" town of Ita
else In th country, ss to be limited in
the number of saloon sj The town ha
elahtv-three Inhabitant lnchidlna- ths
I women and children, and the eountv court
haa Just issued licenses for four addi
Wlnthrop now liaa six saloon and SIX
wholesale liquor bouse. Th number of
th county court declare that they will
Issue no more saloon licenses. This will
limit the number of liquor booses to one
for every seven persona In the town.
Wlnthrop I Just ' opposite Atchison.
Kan., where there are no saloons. A
bridge connect th town and at night
It I nearly always crowded with persons
going to Missouri to get a drink.
Is Barkis Bryan Willing?
Bandits Get Hundred
and Forty Thousand
from Safe on Train
HATTIF,8Bl'R0, Misc. May tt.-Two
masked men help up the Nsw Orleans
New Tork limited train No. 7, north bound
on the New prkan , Northktrn relU
road .sight mils from llattlesburg. Miss.,
shortly after midnight this marnlngi and
after dynamiting th safe n th express
car. escaped on horsea with on bund I
containing l0u.oa) sajd.lo belong lo th
government, , .-.;..
The' passengers wer aot molested and
no one was hurt, .
Tha train had stopped at a water tank
Just north of Ktrhburg whan th men
boarded th express car. The men first
forced Ihe engineer and fireman lo leave
Ihe engine with other member of th
train crew, Ihey lined up against the train
and were covered with a revolver by one
of the robbers, while the othsr sntered
the express car and forced th messenger
ftnd a guard, said tu he watching the
govornment money on the train, to get
out and Join the lineup.
NEW ORLEANS. May li.-Kouthern ex
prees company officials here today de
clined lo vouchsafe any Information as
AO ths amount of money taken by robbers
who early today help up a (juesn Cres
cent flyer south of Haitlesburg and dyna
mited the expresa car.
It waa denied, however, that the robbers
obtained a sum approaching Slto.OW. th
loss first reported.
Governor of Alabama
Talks to Liquor Men
on State Prohibition
PHILADELPHIA. May lS.-Oovernor
Km melt O'NeU of Alabama, In an address
before the National Association of Whole,
sal IJquor Dealers here today told how
statewide prohibition had been tried In
I Alabama and waa finally rejected.
! The governor (aid: "It baa been gen
irrally recognised that the beat method
of regulating or controlling the liquor
I traffic is a a local question which should
be committed to the counties or cities
airected. The tnougntrui sentiment ot
the American people la more and more
tending to the conviction that It la the
abuse and not Ihe use of Intoxicating liq
uors which constitutes Ihe evil tp be
remedied, and the only sane and proper
course Is to commit the traffic to pri
vate individuals under strict and stringent
provisions of law."
Man Who Escaped
From Prison in
Texas Drops Dead
LAREDO, Tex.. May IS.-After ib(
tn years lmirlonmrnt, Maximo Maryl
nrs acaid from jail at Neuvo Laredo
today with arvrn other pr1toneri. Mud i
nes dropped dead after he had run one
hlork from the jail Tha other aeven are
till at large. J a tier Ftw-tuoao De Leon
Back Again .
It Will Make you Laugh
Late Xinf of Denmark is Succeeded
by His Son.
CISEM0NY AT THE PALACE
Ureal trend Uathere la sare ta
Kvwal of Slalraay to He fc
Prearlasaalloa ' o'Melally
roPENlfAORN.' May l-Chritln JC
was proclaimed king of Denmark from
Ihe balcony of Ihe palace at 3 o'clock this
afternoon. In the presence of a hug con
course of people which had gathered In
the square la front of th royl residence.
The people of Denmark are momentarily
stunned by Ihe sudden death ot their
popular eking, who, only two daya ago
they Were Informed In official communi
cation, had completely recovered from
Ihe serious Illness which had affected
him earlier In th year and waa returning
to Copenhagen In excellent health.
Evidence of the deepest sorrow and
sympathy are visible everywhere, t'open.
hagen la fast assuming the garb of
Th tragic circumstances of the king
seliure sre virtually Identical with those
ot his first Illness, three month ago, with
the exception thst this time the attack
On both occasions his tralesty wa
walking In the street alons when b
collapsed with heart failure.
I'kyslrlaes Ks peeled Kad.
It Is now ststed here that hlk majes
ty's return from Nice had been hastened
the physicians recognised th pos
sibility of a catastrophe. The court
physlriana were unable lo Indue him to
observe th quiet necessary to his con
valescenee. A rumor la current that the late king
recently visited a fortune teller Incognito
and was Informed lhat he would die on
Krederlck VIII waa a great friend and
dmlrer of th United Bute. II read
dally newspapers and was a close (tudent
of American literature. He waa alway
glad to greet American visitor at th
palace. During Ihe first two year ot
his reign he waa not beloved by the
Dane, but In th test two years when
the people had recognised hi Ideal for
Danish welfare and prosperity he betarfe
Prince Christian want out for hia cus
tomary ride early today, unaware of the
death of his father. When ha arrived In
th capital from hi residence outstd he
saw th flag flying at half-mast and
this wss hi first Intimation of the bitter
taeea Mather .l,flc-.l.
LONDON. May UV-Queen Molber Alex
andra and the dowager Kmpreaa Marie of
Russia, sister of King Frederick, sre
prostrated by the shock of bis desth. The
dowager empress Marie Is at Marlborough
house, th guest of her sister.
King George and Queen Mary proceeded
to Marlborough bouse Immediately after
they were Informed of the dramatic event.
For th second time this year the
British court Is plunged Into grief and
the social sesson Just commencing will
be seriously aifected.
Fortune to Niece
CLKVEUAND, 0.. May IS. -Of the MM.
eori left by William F. Newcombe. Cleve
land's "millionaire hermit." about I10.0W
will go to a fund to care for tl poor
of Black TorHngton pariah, England, hia
birth place, according to the will filed
for probate today. Addle Groves Ivea of
Berlin Heights. O.. a niece, and her two
daughters will receive the bulk of th
estate, about S3M.0C.
Danish Monarch Drops Dead While
Walking Alone Through the .
Streets of Hamburg.
B0DT IS TAKEN TO HOSPITAL
It is Hot Heeoguiied Until Suite Be
gins Search for Kim.
11 ' S
TOOK CE0WH IS KIKET2EN-SIX
Brother of Queen Mother Alexandra
of Great Britain.
WAS NOTED FOB HIS CULTURE
Well Kssws as Promoter ot Phil-
aataraple Objects aad Took
Mark Interest la Krforsaa
for the Army.
HAMRt'mi. Germany. May 1.-Klng
Frederick VIII of Denmark died on a
street here bite last night of apoplexy. '
The king, traveling Incognito, arrived
here Monday on his return from a long
trip to the south, alters ho had been
convalescing from a serious attack of 'n-
flammatlan of the lungs. With the queen
nd the royal suits, he took quarter at
th llambergerhof hotel..
At M (clock last night th king left
the hotel unaccompanied for hi usual
stroll before retiring, lie had gone only
a hort distance when h was overcome
en the street by a sudden attack ot
He fell unconedou to . th pavement
and died Instantly. Ha wa not recog
nised a person of so great prominence..
end hi body wss rushed to the nearest
hospital In an automobile. . ,
When member of th king' suit be
came alarmed over hi failure la return
to th hotel after a reasonable time,
they called In Ihe proprietor and a search
waa begun. Th searcher found hi
majesty dead at the hospital and brought
hi body back to th hotel with them.
The klrg was regarded by hia phy
sicians as completely restored to healtb
by his trip lo ths south. Teslsrday li
fell unusually well and during the day
expressed Joy at his expected rstsrn ta
Copenhagen today. He remarked that
h felt refreshed and completely restored
to health. !
Body -Will Be Taken Home.
It was announced this morning that sr
rangementa for taking ths body to Dn
mark would be completed during th dayv
III majesty's relative and royalty
throughout Huron were notified ot hi
death before daybreak.
Th flags on all th public building
here where th king had repeatedly bee
welcome guest were half-masted today.
King Frederick and Queea Louisa, wh
had traveled here from NIC under tha
Inoognlt f h Count and twustess of
dren. Princess Thyra, Prlnc Oustav aitd
Princess Dagtntr with them. ;
King Frederick had been undergoing f
cours of treat men I tor artrria-scUmj!.
with which h hsd been troubled for h
ounsldersble time. He had also suffered
from an attack of Inflammation of th
lungs, but this had been overcome.
Whan he left Hamubrgerbof laat night
after a party dinner, th king strolled
toward th Uoos marks!, on of th
principal squares In the business section
of th city and Just around th corner
from the hotel. A few minute later some
psdaatrtsna noticed an elderly gentleman
fall, to the (Idvwalk. He wa dressed In
a ordinary buslnss suit and appeared to
be a well-to-do tradesman. Th pasaareby
ran to lbs spot to assist him, but h was
A policeman was called, who bad th
body conveyed In aa automobile to th
sailor' hospital. The physician on duly
found that death had been Instantaneous.
There wa nothing on th body which
afforded any clue to It Identification and
It wa placed In th mortuary ot th hos
It wa only much later In the, evening
lhat Ihe royal suite, which had become
anxious owing to ths king' absence,
heard of the Incident that had occurred
'on th Goose market.
Afler their Inquiries regarding th
king's movement had proved fruitless
they, together with the proprietor ot the
hotel, proceeded to the hospital to look
at tha body there. On arrival at th
hospital they were confronted by th
t rag la fact that th dead man wa th
king.' Arrangement were Immediately;
made for the body to be conveyed- to th
hotel, where It w UM out amid mase
Moot. Deaaoeratl Monarch.
Frederick VIII, king of Denmark, and
the moat democratic and popular mon
arch of Europe, waa born June S, ISO,
twenty year before hi father, a prlnc
of th bouse of Sehleswlg-Holsteln-Seu-derburg-Gluecksburg.
became king of
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