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OF oci A QUALITY PAPER PAPEROF TIIE T II E WASHINGTON WA SHINGJTON S H I N 6 T U N HERALD H E RAL P PI tl3B Oct 18 18NO 24910 24910I
I NO10 NO 10 WASHINGTON WASHINGTON D C WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 17 1806 1905TWELVE TWELVE PAGES ONE O j CENT
I IS IIS IISWidow UAVISI5 UI DEO DEOVidow < n nTidov
Widow Tidov of the Confederate ConfederatePresident ConfederatePlesident CoiifederatcPresideiit
President Passes Away Ava AWay80YEkRSOLDLAST r ra
80 a 80YEkRSOLDLAST YEAES OLD LAST MAY MAYOnly MIYOJ
Only OJ y One of Her CIiiMceiuMrs CIiiMceiuMrsHayes Chililn Cliihuijqn n M Mrs Mrsllhcs rs rsJlaycs
Hayes Survives Her HerPneumonia Herp HciPhtuthon1a
Pneumonia p u onla Developed DevcIoicdandGondItIOfl DevcIoicdandGondItIOflqn andOonditlon andOonditlonSoon andOondltlonS
S Soon qn ItBeC4mc Became Serious SerlousGiune Game from fromAortlietn fromNortbern fromicoilicrn
Aortlietn Stock Sto k but Was Wa aj Born In InMississippi InJI18slulppl InIb5IIppI
JI18slulppl Mississippi Where Vl1e e Body Will III l b bSentDetnils be beSenDctail5 e eSent
Sent SentDetnils Details Sot ot Arranged but butService butS butServlce
Service S rTfee Probably on Thursday Thursday3w Thurdnyew
3w ew w York > Oct 16 IGSurrouuded lgsiirrouaded Surrounded by the themembers then the2ueiners
n members ltera of her immedkuo family tam Mrs MrsJefferson MisJetCereeii Irs IrsJef
Jefferson Jef Davis widow of the former formerhead formerh formerheaAd
head h of t the tbConfedorac Confederacy died In her N Nw NwYork NewYork w wYork
York apartments a In the Hotel Hot Majestic Majesticst Ma t1c t1cat
st IfiOS tonight The ond was not unex unexpKjcted unexted unexpvctod
pKjcted ted aw vitality had b bn sn kept In her herbody herbody
body for or more than twaatyfew hpurs hpursonly hou Jiowsonly
only y ih iM iMod a tn UMJ IttiMntICfm ecetemetH ecetemetHods tt ttods
ods od HSJMMI wjt a t rtwHctil science and the thefamily thefiIly
family f knew ka w that d t there there was wa no hope hopewith iopewith
with 1tb dread disease illbeuewbtch which bad taken its itshold 1t 1thold
hold holdBat hoWBot holdnot
Bat tbe aged a woman woniaa5he womanthe she was eighty eightyyears eIghtyeara eightyyears
years eara sId last May Myfought fought bt hard for life lifeand IIt IItaMt
1 and responded el ponded so strongly to the mod medicine medline modin ¬
cine in used that for a a time it seemed that thatb thatb thaihe
b he mifffet Itit t have a chance e e and hope hopesprung Iope8pnI8g hopesprung
sprung up ap In the hearta ef t her friends friendsonly fnendsoDb friendaonly
only to be crushed by b the statements statementsfrom atlLlementafrom etatementfiu
from the doctors that the seeming eemng im improvement JmptODMftt m mprovensnt ¬
provement was not genuine genuineAt seRulneA genuineAt
At A t toe t the bedside bed when Mit tbe end came were wereDr wereDr wereDr
Dr Robert Wylie W lIe the family physician physicianDr physlcfanDr physicianDr
Dr Gnstave Webb grandson of Mrs lrs Da Davis DaYIs DaIs ¬
vis Is Mrs r ro J J Atidtson Hayes H es her only onlyHTTvivbtg oobUTlvl onlyiTvIving
HTTvivbtg l daughter ug ter Mrs Charles E BBateeon Eteeon EBateon
Bateeon teeon and Mra Gustave Webb Mrs MrsDavis MrsDavis Irs IrsMv
Davis Mv had ad been unconscious since last lastttridatgnt lasttn1datkt lastn1dntbt
ttridatgnt and the end came so quietly quietlythat quletJthAt quietlythat
that It required 8lrecl too word of the doctor doctorto doctort doctorhi
to t cossrp leyirm the f fr are of f the friends gath gathered gatherEd gatherod ¬
ered at he heo he bedside bedsideNo bedsideNo
No o arrangements av isgemenia for the funeral nave navea bare bafa barea1
a a1 yet Trt been made ma but ut it is expected that thatth thattbtt thatthi
th tbtt services will be hoW hok here Thursday Thursdayand ThunNlaya1Ml Thursdayand
and the body then taken ta to Mississippi Mississippifor llJa Ippt Ippttor
for burial burialMrs burIaMIS
torIn
Mrs Davis had made tIe New York City Citylirr CityJ cityher
her J bone tor several years but spent the thesummer thesiIin
8 siIin summer in the country returning Tetuntl to the thecity thedty thethy
city la the autumn 1Q to live usually ua In a ahotei ahotel ahuiel
hotel
Tnkcn nken III at Hotel HotelLast HotclLait ItotelLait
Lait winter 1fintff white while stopping at a hotel hotelshe het hetshe hotelhe
she he was s tIn ta f afrtously tf rIousy III a Is the result resultof reliMlitof resi1tof
of a eeW and 8M owhtp o owisi t to her h r age it was wasfeared wasf3ftC1 wasfared
feared that she would not recover After Aftera
a few works WCfulIt illness however her health healthWAS heaJUtft5 healthwas
WAS ft5 restored restoredOn restoredOn 0n4 0n4On
On October i Mrs n Davta vtt again In caught caughtsevere caughta
a severe eoN and her condition n so 8O ItCCUM n be became became ¬
came serious She was attended at her herapartumrt herAJtU herapartiifl
apartumrt AJtU m InttNt tHe Hotel Majestic by Dr DrRobert DrRobert DrRobert
Robert H IL Wytte and aDdbet her daughter Mrs MrsJ MrsJ trs trsj
J Addison Biota waa hoPidfr hoPidfrlnonsd h trtWTj trtWTjn
l1tODM lnonsd n > on d trom om Colorado Springe Springewm SprtD SpriugaWith II IIWftlt
wm her ability a1 to retst disease great greataed greatly greatlv
ly 1aed aedbecau aed because e of her ago Mrs MrsDavia XrsDam MrsDavis
Dam sv ew worse werae until pneumonia PMUtItOdak dt dtveKiiwd dte dtMrs
veKiiwd veKiiwdMrs e k Md1r
Mrs 1r Jefferson m Davte was eighty ei < years yearsold yearsold ears earsold
old on May Ma 7 hut It has probably passed passedthe puIIfdthe pssedthe
the rated of many persona that Mr MrDavis Mfa MfaDavis MrDavis
Davis was of Northern stock Her grand grandfather 81ftdfatber gindfather ¬
father waa Richard llowell How lI who com commanded comIl cornnded ¬
manded Il nde the New Ne Jersey troops in put putting putt ¬
ting t inK down the lint rebellion against the theAmerican themertean theAmerican
American government He was a plain plaininan plainman plainflan
man of the people descended from Welsh Welshparents Welshpere Welshpk
parents pere pk entz u who settled In Delaware in l 1f2i 1f2iHis 1His 2l 2lHis
His father raised a family faI of eleven chil children children children ¬
dren He himself elf became governor of ofNew orNew ofNcw
New Jersey to which State his parents parentshad pIlrentshHl parentshad
had removed ftd when he was a lad of lit fifteen IIft litteen ¬
teen teenOov t teenGot n nGo
Got Go Howell was s a Federalist of the thesiancnest thetantbeet
siancnest 1 ant hest kind kl d and when Washington Washingtonpassed Washingtonp Washingtonpassed
passed p through Trenton Trenton on his w waY wa y to toNew toNew toNew
New York to be Inaugurated Gov Howell Howellreceived HOf1IrPCetv howellrceieO
received rPCetv d hIuto1Dclally htoi oJlleialty with a considerable considerabledisplay considerabledi considerabledisplay
di display play of loyalty to his personal And po political po1itlcal politica ¬
litical caus Gov Go Howell led the New NewJersey NwJ NewJersey
Jersey J rwy troops during the socalled socalledwhisky socalledwhJllly socalleda socalledwhiy
a whisky wbeiliort hton and Ted them well wellMrs wellIrs wellMrs
Mrs Davis wan 1I born in Natchez Miss Missthe Mlnthe Missthe
the daukhtcr uRhter of C William Vtlllam Burr and nd Mar Margaret Marraret Margaret ¬
garet Howell She was AS educated at a aboardinc nboardiq aboardIg
boardinc sjehooi m Philadelphia and by byprivate b bprival byprivate
private teachers at borne Her marriage innrriageto
to Jefferson David then a resident of ofWarren 0Cev1tty ofWarr
Warren Warr County Miss took place on onFohmary onc on1ln onobruy
Fohmary c Sv 1M 1MLived 1S4iJsd
Lived 1ln tI in Washington AVaahinerfonJfJfersbn WashingtonJetferabn asll I nJfon
JfJfersbn jt enOn Davis was U elected to Congress Congressin CongrW CongrWIn
in Nm November ember of the same year but re resigiMd re rei FesIgnd
sigiMd i the following June to go to the theMexican tboMextean theMexican
Mexican war from which he returned returnedseverely retu retuenb returnedseveJ
severely seveJ enb wounded OU M The couple spent spentmost spentmotd spentmost
most of their time in Washington Wubl on from from1S47 from1S47 from1S47
1S47 to MH 1111 Il dttrtn during whieh wb whie b time Mr Ir Davis Davisserved Drlssene Davisse17ed
served two n terms as United States Sena Senator Senator Senator ¬
tor and one as s Secretary Secretar of War Dur During Durinc Durlag ¬
inc the four tour years years Mr Davis was Pres President PraJckItt PreaIdent ¬
ident of the Confederacy C nfedeniey Mrs t tS ria Davis Davislived Davis1IVd 18 18Umt
lived m S Rfchmand RfchmandTh m Rl6haiendThs bMeAd bMeAdT1Ic
Th T1Ic suctions mistress for four fou long kmgyears longeanrt longyeazg
years eanrt of the chief home in a beleaguered beleagueredcapKal beIea beloogueretica red redcaJIIf
capKal ca tJ the fail of Richmond parted her
from her husband whom she 1j was to tomeet tom tomeet
meet m tla again In her wanderings through throughthe throughtbe throughthe
the Southern forests only to be parted partedfrom partedfro partedfrom
from fro him after aRe a few days day he to b bsent bsent be besent
sent to prison prhJettand pr and she to shift for herself herselfand herselfaad t taad
aad her children as best she could couldagraeaMy could1tty cou couagreeably
agreeably 1tty is t the limitations set se upon uponIe up
fcerfvsry le Ie PINY movement ovement by b the conquering conqueringtroops COAqueringJIb conqueringtroo
troo troops
troopsWith
With Vitl1 JIb Husband In Prison PrisonDuring PrbonnU1ttlC PrisonDudag
During the IrK year er of Mr Davte D im imprlsonment ImprLment imprisonment
prlsonment his wife was not permitted to towith
be b with him bet was permitted to remain remainwith remainwIth remainwith
with him during du the second ond year ear at Fort
Monroe MonroeWhen ooafOeUo MonroeThen
When Uo en this period of trouble was over overthe overth overthe
the th couple upie went to England En land where they theyremained theyremaJaecI theyremained
remained several year rea Returning to this thiscountry thisCOatttT7 thIscountry
country they took up vp their residence at
Memphis where they continued c to live liveuntil Iheuntil
until 18 In when they removed to Beauvoir BeauvoirStation eauoIrSt4iton BeauvoirS14LlOn
Station Mix MI whlclJ whjc > place Mre Davis Daviscontinued DaiaI01itlnued Daviscontinued
continued ever afterward to call her herlionv herh01ll herhom
lionv lionvMrs
h01llMrs
Mrs trs Davis acted as her husbands husbandsamanuensis 11W1bandsamanuensis buabandaa3Knuensis
amanuensis when he wrote his Decline Declinend Dec1ineand
and nd Fall of the Confederate Government GovernmentAfter GOernmentAftI GovernmentAfter
After her husbands s death which occur occurred ooctwed ¬
red 00 in I8 1m Mrs Davis Da wrote numerous mimerotiscriticisms numerotlsn1Uciem numerousrttcisina
criticisms a aM d articles f for r newspapers and andMrs and1I1acal andngazfnes
1I1acal ngazfnes ngazfnesMrs S SI1S
Mrs Davis for reasons of health healthlived healthlived 1081thIhed
lived In the North most of the time tiiweift time1tter timeafter
after ift r the death of her husband Her Herwinters Herit Herwntcrn
winters it T5 were ero passed in New York and andher andtt
her l tt ft V summers In New England or In InWestern InVestent InWeten
Western New York State but she per permitted permitted perinitted ¬
mitted no one to assume asu that her heart heartwas h86twall heartwan
was not still m m the Southland although althoughmany althoughrnah
many mae of her strongest gNt jwsonal raonal friend friendships trIendthj friendshis ¬
ships thj shis were with Northern people She Sherojmjfuso SheONITNUXD Shet
t rojmjfuso N1ID ox O OThIRD THIRD PAGE PAGEVMile PUlele PAGEide
VMile lele Boards 2 Per PerlOG 10O ft ftLumber ftLumbcr ftbumber
Lumber Trust Broken Brokenibbey DrokcnJbbey Brokenabbey
abbey t Co Cth tit and N Y ave
WEATHER FORECAST FORECASTFor FORECASTF FORECASTFor
For F or the District Districtof of Columbia ColumbiaMaryland ColumbiaIaryl ColunthiaMaivlaitd
Maryland Iaryl nd and Virginia Virgi ia Rain Raintoday Raintoda Ralittoday
today toda to tomorrow morrow clearing and andslightly andsIigbtI andslightly
slightly warmer fresh north northeasterly northeasterly northeasterlywinds ¬
easterly easterlywinds easterlywindsHERALD winds windsHERALD windsI windsHERALD
I
HERALD NEWS SUMMARY SUMMARYTBLKCinAPHIC SUMMARYTBLECRPI SUMMARYTElLE4nAPIiIc
TBLKCinAPHIC TBLKCinAPHICMrs JC JCIrs
Mrs Irs Jefferson Davis Is dead deadOhio deadOhIo deadOhio
Ohio to continue fight on Standard S ard Oil OilAmerican OIlpI1J OilBankers
American pI1J Bankers Association As opens opensS7 OPfP88EJ1I opesesoss1
S7 S7goestjan
goestjan goestjanTTesUmony 8EJ1I n nTelJAtOny L Lresthuony <
TTesUmony favors DrBrauwer DrBrauwerGljbana Dr3r Dr Brauwor BrauworClibans uwer uweretban
Gljbana t il il needs Hds to Magton MageonPoison MagtonPoison Mag n nPolliOfl
Poison in spring aprl aprin at heate ho of exPost exPostmaster aptmatlter exPostmeater
master Garys son sonSugar sonSugar 01 01Sagar
Sugar trust trust official on stan In rebate rebatetrial reb4UatrltU rebatetrifli
trial
APOLITICAL APOLITICALBeth POLITlOL POLITlOLBeth POLITIOtLBeth
Beth eidea stdr eld satisfied tJsfiet1 with IOt registration reglatratioRfigures reglstraUoftfigures registration1gures
figures In New ew York YorkSenator YorkSenator YorkSenator
Senator Hayner wants Southerner in inWhite 1nVhlte InWhite
White House
LOCAL LOCALDistrict LOCALDistrict LOCALDistrict
District estimates esUmates for next year y ar ox oxceed exceed oxceed
ceed Jll800eoe Jll800eoeProminent nuooeoaProminent S1IIOO6OProminent
Prominent Filipino here to take up uptariff uptantr uptariff
tariff flghu flghuDr 1ghtDr ght ghtDr
Dr Wiley may test effect of alcohol alcoholNext alcoholrext alcoholNext
Next national convention of the Y M MC MC MC
C A A to be held hcl in Washington WashingtonChinas WMhingtonChInas WashingtonChinas
Chinas attitude said to be menacing menacingAutomobJllsts mon menacingAntomobilists clnC clnCAutomobtU
AutomobJllsts AutomobtU t8 make war on Maryland Marylandofficials 11aonDdofflc1als Marylandofflelals
officials offlc1alsON offlelalsON officialsON
ON BOTTOM BQTTOM WITH CREW CREWFrench CREWFr CREWFrench
Fr French ncb Submarine Boat Falls to toCome toCOlne toCoineto
Come Coineto to Surface SurfaceParis SurfaceParb SurfaceParis
Paris Oct16Tr Oct16Trhas Oct lGToo 11 Department Departmeatbas Departmenthas
has received advices staling that while whilethe whilethe whilethe
the torpedo boat Lutln was engaging caging In Insubmerging Insubmerging Insubmerging
submerging trials In the Bay of Tunis Tunisshe Tunisd Tisabshe
she disappeared d ppecrod in the harbor har r and has hasnot basnot hasnot
not since been seen It is 1 thought that thather thatlieI thather
her Machlne machinery became dislocated and she shewent sitewent shewent
went to the thebottorn bottom Sao has a crew of ofthirteen orthIrteen ofthirteen
thirteen men on board boardWar boardWar boardWar
War ships dragging for the missing sub submanna submanne submarine
manna report having encountered a a large largeobject Ja Jaobject largeobject
object believed JIeed to be the infusing ftg boat boatat ootat beatat
at a depth of forty fort meters The sea is so sorough 80rough onrough
rough however bowe er that divers dt ers cannot be beused eu5ed beused
used and all hope for the rescue of the tbecrew thecrew bet betcrew
crew has been abandoned abandonedMAKES abandoncdMAKES abandoned1AKES
MAKES ATTACK ON O RATE LAW LAWSanta LAWSanta LAVSaitta
Santa Fe Official Says a Uniform UniformFare UniformFare UniformFare
Fare Is Impossible ImpossibleCreation ImpossibleCreation ImpossibleCreation
Creation of Spirit of Unrest Ailvo iilVocaled Iho Ihoeated J Jcatcd
catcd to Increase Inerea e Passenger PassengerEarnings F05scnJerHarnlnJfJ PassengerEarnings
Earnings of Ilnilrond IlnilrondAtlantic RrdlrondlllAtJa flailrondsAtlantic
Atlantic AtJa llc City N J Oct HThree HThreeHundred 11 ItThreehundred Three ThreeJaundAd
Hundred passenger puse s and aa ticket agents rep representing nepr repreoitthsg ¬
resenting r tktg the bfg bi > trunk t ut lines 1 the coon country couut coontry ¬
try t approved < the declaAria dK of Asstot Asstotant Alllliatant Assistant ¬
ant Passenger Agent Ag t Jafcti J Byrne Dr of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Santa F Ftp who 110 in I a speech before the theannual UteaJ theannual
annual aJ luaJ convention at the St Charles de declared de decl dodared ¬
dared cl red the Inability of anybody aabod te make mak makfaJr makelair
8 fair universal unl eaa1 pftD pun8tr > Bi r rate eer eerAmerican eoftrI nV nVAmerican
I American road roadeOur roadOUrrObIem roadsOur
OUrrObIem Our problem is not to make a universal universalrate universalrate al alnLte
rate but to make rates that will vic viccomSDOdat ac accommodate cccotnmodati ¬
commodate the tb different classes cIse of peo people people penpie ¬
ple pleHe
He added It is practically Impossible Impossiblete Impo lllbte lllbteto
to make a universal a rate as long as some someof IOmeof someof
of the people are kicking on two cents a atall arate atiILe
tall tiILe raX rate while MIe others are willing n1t to pay paytwo PYtwo paytwo
two dollars a mile for the service serviceThe seIceThc servkeThe
The speech which was the principal principalevent principaleent principalevent
event of the days business took up the thedevelopment thedevelopment thedevelopment
development of new n w tramc and the tnespeaker thespeaker tOespeaker
speaker after informing the convenUon conventionthat convenUonthat convenUonthat
that th the passenger IMls engr business busi in this coun country country coontry ¬
try had doubled during the pest ten tenyears trnyear tenyears
years advise the creation of a spirit of ofunrest 0 0unrest ofunrest
unrest which would cause the people to totravel totmvol totravel
travel and thereby Increase earnings eamln earningserence 3 Def Deference er ererfl1Ce ¬
erence was also made to the European Europeanexperiment turopeane Europeanexperiment
experiment e < periment of zone rates which charge chargerates char chargerates e enlt68
rates on a basis of slxmllo zones zonesThe ZOntIThe zonesThe
The faction favoring the practice of ofreservation ofrC8eoAtlon ofreservation
reservation of sleeping car berths on ver verbal varha 8l 8lbal
bal ha order failed to get the matter up upfor upfor upfor
for action and it was W referred to a acommittee 8committee acommittee
committee which is expected to report reportback reportback reportback
back in favor of requiring a deposit on onorders onorders onordirs
orders for rorbertbs berths The following oiflccr oiflccrwere oft oltiecrawere cr crwero
were elected el tod President C L I Stone StoneLouisville SlOQLouisville StoiioLouisville
Louisville and Nashville vice president presidentC
C H Taylor New England Navigation NavigationCompany NlIvfs1aUORCompany NavigationCompany
Company secretArytreasurer C H 11 Burt BurlBoston BurtH08ton BurtBoston
Boston and Maine MaineThe MaineThe MaineThe
The next mooting will be be h hel u In At Atlants At1Mt Atlants
lants lantsBROTHERS 1MtBROTHERS lantsBROTHERS
BROTHERS MEET MEETAFTER AFTER YEARS YEARSCaptalnn YEARSCaptalnA YEARSCaptains
Captains of British Ships Reach Xerr XerrYork X cewYork W WYorl
York Same Week WeekXew UeekNew WeekNear
New York Oct 16 16Two Two brothers cap captains captaJna captains ¬
tains of British freighters who have not notshaken no noslmken notshaken
shaken each others other hand for five fiv years yearsmet yearsmet yearsmet
met accidentally today on the floor of oftbe ofthe ofthe
the Maritime Exchange In Broad street streetand street streetand streetand
and an affecting scene followed First Firstthey Firatthey Firstthey
they shook hands then they embraced embracedthen embracedtlten embracedthen
then they cried criedThe crIedThe crledThe
The brothers have passed S8Cd each other otherfive olherhe otherfive
five times during the five h years esrs on the thehigh thehigh thehigh
high seas seas but were only onl near enough eDO to tosignal tostsDal tosignal
signal that all was well Once they theypassed theypassed theypassed
passed In the Suez Canal and another anothertime anothertJmc anothertime
time they missed each other by two days d daysiii s sIn
in Yokohama YokohamaEven YokobamEven YokohamaEven
Even after they had met they the only had badone hadone hadone
one hour to be together for one of the thecaptains thecaltAlns thecaptains
captains ships sailed at U oclock for forChina forChina forChina
China The other brother will UltoHov follow In Ina Ina Ina
a few days day and they have made arrange arrangements arrangements arrangementa ¬
ments to meet and eat e t Christmas dinner dinnerIn dinnerIn dinnerin
In Yokohama YokohamaThe YokohamaThe YokohamaThe
The St Egbert with apt George P PCasserata pCaaerata PCamerata
Casserata arrived in this port on October Octoberi
4 i About theith of this month Capt CaptGeorge CaptGeorge CaptGeorge
George heard that the St Bode Bede a British Britishfreighter Britishfreighter Britishfreighter
freighter with 1th his hi brother CapL Ca apL l Louis LouisAV LoulYo LouisY
AV Yo Y Casserata In command had touched touchedthis touchedUds touchedthis
this port About tho same time Capt CaptLouis CaptLouis CaptLouis
Louis learned that his brother was In Inpert Inport Inport
port ao they both act out to look for each eachother eachother eachother
other Luck was against them until to today 00day today ¬
day when they tbe came unexpectedly face to toface toface toface
face upon the floor of the exchange exchangeThey exc excango excangoThey an e eThey
They talked over old days In England Englandand EnGlandaJId 1 ± ngiandand
and smoked the choicest cigars Finally FinallyCapt 1tnaJlyCapt Finallycapt
Capt George said Well at last we can canenjoy canenjoy canenjoy
enjoy a good dinner together Its five flveyears fivei fiveyears
i years ears now since we sat down together at atthe atI atthe
I the same table tableCapt tablei tableCapt
i Capt Louis shook his head Im Imsom Fmsorry Imsorry
sorry he said but Im due to sail at
11 oclock oclockThen oclockTbon oclockThen
Then It wag that the brothers made an anagreement anI anagreement
I agreement to meet In Yokohama on onChristmas onChristmas
Christmas Day and eat English h plum plumpudding pJump4Idlng plumpddIng
pudding puddingDecision p4IdlngDecision pddIngDecision
Decision Against galult Gas Company CompanyAlbany CompanAlban CompanyAlbany
Albany Alban Oct 16 16Thc The Court Co rt of Appeals Appealstoday Apetllstoday Appealstoday
today decided that the Supreme Court of ofthis oftJ18 ofthis
this State hasa ha ha right to toSue issue injunc injunctions Injuncdo injunctiops ¬
tions do restraining tiw tf t Consolidated 1 Gas GasCampany GasC9SPftJlY GssCompany
Company at New 10 York City from cut cutting culUnb cuttipg ¬
ting off the supply of gas to consumers consumerswho consumerswfto consumerswho
who refuse to pay more than 81 I cents a athousand atheueand athousand
thousand cubic feet
CM QRUSH OIL TRUST TRUSTOhio TR TRUS TRUSOhio U5T U5TOhio
Ohio Prosecution Will Not NotStop NotStopitlt Nottopwith
Stop Stopitlt with Present Trial TrialDOOM TrialD00 TrialBOOM
D00 DOOM I OF ALL CO COMBINES COMBINESEavis IBINES IBINESDayis
Davis Tells of Farreaching Con Conresequences Coueq Con01t111CCS
resequences eq 01t111CCS II en ccs of 0 f Ckse Cksei CtlSeRou CtseRo
i
i i iRockefeller
Rockefeller Rou Ro Iefd1ter ele1Jcr May 3n DC Drought to Trial Trialat Trialat Trialat
at Once if State Secures Convlc Convlctlon ConlelIonln ConviclIon
lIon lIonln in Cases Cnscs nt FIndlay FindlayState State Oil OilInspector 011Inpector OIlinpector
Inpector Testifies that Standard Standardi Standnrdon StandardOil
i Oil Pays Ol fiti Per Cent of the Fees FeesCharged FccsClmrcd FeesCharged
Charged the Solar Company CompanyFiadlay CompanyFisdIay ompanT ompanTFmdI1
Fiadlay FmdI1 Ohio Oct itshould li lChouid boUld a dh dhagreement dlsbree dirgreement >
agreement bree cnt result in If tho th case of the th State Stateagainst StateaKaJnst Slat Slatagainst
against the Standard Oil Company of ofOhio orOhio ofOhio
Ohio for violation of the Valentine anti antitrust antit11lt antitrust ¬
trust act which will go to the jury to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow morrow it is I the Intention to have an another anoUtcr another ¬
other trial of the case as soon aa pos possible po9ltlo poesible ¬
sible 9ltlo In Inueh such an event Attorney Gen General GcneraI Geeoral ¬
oral Ellis will take tak chargo of the prose prosecution ProHeudoft prosecotton ¬
cotton m person personWithout petsonWI personwit
Without WI wit hoat Qualification this tbl Is one of the themost Ut Utmost themost
most Important cases ever tried since sincethe sincethe I IUMbec1nnJnb
the UMbec1nnJnb beginning of cIvilIzatIon aid Prose Prosecutor t Prosecuter to ecutex
cuter Davis today It Is the begin beginning bcJnIllig be1nniug ¬
ning of the end of the trusts In n the theUnited tileUnited theUnited
United States It Is more mora than that It Itla ItIs Itis
Is the doathkneil of treat t rule In the theUnited thetnltecl thetnited
United States StatesOur SatesOue SlatesOur
Our contention tCllUon Ie continued c nUnued Mr MrDavis 11tDavis MrDavis
Davis that the Standard Oil Company Companyof
of Now Jersey is the homing company and andis andIs andIs
is the trust The men at the head of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the New Jersey corporation are the head headof headof heathof
of little corporations singly they dOnot doxnotmean dOnotmean donotmean
mean much collectively it shows sb ts com community community cornmunity ¬
munity of interests interestsCombination IntereelSCombination InterestsCombination
Combination Ift Proven ProvenVe ProvenWe i
uWe We Ve have shown that tha t tho Standard OH OHCompany ORCompD OilCompany
Company of Ohio the Solar ReOaing ReOaingCompany Re4aI Re4aICompaU ReAningCompany
Company the Buckeye Bucko c Pipe Line Com Company Cornpour ¬
pour and the Ohio Oil Company ar art CANa1 la lathis i iI inthis
this combination combinationMr
I
Mr r Davis concluded by b saying sayingJohn sayingJohn 11 11i
i John D Rockefeller H M Flager Flagerand n Figerand
1 and H H it Rogers R rs of the original trust trustcombination tnIatcombination tumtcombination
combination have appeared in this trust trustall tMlStI trustaft
all the time timeWe timeWe timeWe
I We have nave shown Arrhbold as bead of oftbe orl ofthe
i tile Onto OH Company Comp ny and Solar Refinery RefineryH I II
I H H H Rogers president prCf dent of the Buckeye BuckeyePipe BuckeyePipe
i Pipe Line Company and F A Berstow Berstowpresident BarstowpteIdent i
I president of the Standard OH Company of ofOhio ofI ofOhis
I Ohio Ohlona Back k of it nil Is I tho New Jersey Jerseycorporation Jerseycorporation I
corporation with ith John D Rockefeller at atits atIts I Ii
i ft its haul and these men associated with withhim withI withhim
I him hb That there was and there is il eel collusion eol eolbasloa eelmelon ¬
melon between bet n these heads we intend to toprove toJrOVe toprove
prove JrOVeI
I JrOVefnY
May fnY Try Tr Rockefeller Soon SoonIf SoonIf SoonIf
If a a conviction results It is not Im Improvable lanI ianprobable ¬
I provable that John D Rockefeller may be bebrought bei bebrought
i brought to trfei without t delay Much Muchwill UucIawill MuchwIiI
will depend upon the result of otthe otthetemey the at attorney atternoy ¬
torney generals personal na1 review of the theevidence thendenC8 thevidence
evidence vidence in the case If 1 t he believes that thatthe the thethe I IWoIJt
the ens e wilt stand tire test of ot o toe bfgber bfgbercourt btghercOurt
court after canvassing It carefuJTy nalfyRoelC nalfyRoelCetellrr unitetcher ROCK ROCKefeNer I
etcher may be called to answer ana soon In Inawy 11ury Inairy
1 1ie1eDtuaJ
airy event he will 111 have charge e of the theeventual theeventual
ie1eDtuaJ eventual trial of Mr Rockefeller The Thefighting Thefighting i
i fighting ft b blood of tbe attorney atlor 8 general baa baabeen baabeen
I been aroused since nce lie came Into the I he case casein cueIn casein I
in person Only the fact of his b compara comparative comparaII comparaIIUe comparatbc ¬
tive unfamiliarity with lth the numerous numero de detalta c1 c1taUM dotalka
talta as worked out locally kept him himfrom himfrom himfrom
from taking bold earlier In the th hearing hearingToday hearn hearnTocIay hearingToday
Today at the last moment it was wasdecided wasdeclded wasdecided
decided that he would make mak tbe th closing closingrgumenL elotllqItIPmfftt closingargument
argument There is i promise of fireworks fireworkstomorrow fireworkstomorrow ntiOIbtomorrow
tomorrow when he b speaks In a wordy wordyskirmish wontyftklt1l1lah wordyokirmish
skirmish between Itet Wffn Mr Troup and nd Mr MrSlits Mr1l1Is > r rSIlts
Slits at the close of th the formers argu argument rnWltt argomeat ¬
meat Troup challenged the attorney attorneygeneral attorneygeneral u naer naernen
general nen to show that tbe decree of tile tbeSupreme tileSupre theSupreme
Supreme Supre Court in the ouster ot case did not notconstitute notconstitute
I IcoUute constitute an ouster f in fact factwill factI i iI
I will accept pt that challenge chal e Ellis de declared d dclared dodared ¬
clared claredStnndnrd
Standard Pays Pay the Fee FeeOil FeeOil Foes Foesoil
Oil Inspector JupectorW W F Flnley Fhl proved provedgood a aCood agood
good witness today todayNlfHttynlue todayNht todayNhipetynlne
NlfHttynlue Nht tynIDe per cent of the tb fees e charg charged cbar1I chargad
I ed the Solar Company by the State for oil oilInspection oili oillnpectkn
i Inspection were paid by the Standard Oil OilCompany 011Company OilCompany
Company he testified teeU ed Half the e oil oilsold 011Old oilsold
sold In Ohio comes from the Solar Com Company Company Cornpony ¬
pany panyAn panyAn ponyAn
An assistant oil inspector was placed ced on onthe 011tno onthe
the stand to corroborate CO Grato Ftnltys teetl teetluwujy teaUuuut tesumany
many uuut and then the State rested its case caseContrary caaCootrary caseContrary
Contrary to expectations ns of the pros prosecutors ptoa ptoaecutor piusecutor ¬
ecutors ecutor And others other Interested latrr Led in the case casethe caeth casethe
the th Standard did not submit any testi testimony lbUmony testinanny ¬
mony in its 1t favor Instead IntJt d Attorney AttorneyVirgil AttOtDeyVirtll AttorneyVirgil
Virgil P Kline offered in evidence the theSupreme theSupreme theSupreme
Supreme Court decision rendered in the thasuit lhesuit thesuit
suit instituted against ab < the trust by for former former forrner ¬
mer Attorney General Monet Mon t After con considerable considerablo considerabie ¬
siderable argument in which Mr David Davidcontended Da1 Da1contended Davidcontended
contended that the Supreme Court de decision de declaton doclton ¬
cision should not rol > t be considered co Sidered Mr MrTroup MrTroup MrTroop
Troup contended that all alltne the evidence evidencemitted ad admitted admltted ¬
mitted concerning the Solar Heaaing
Company and other oil concerns Is Irrel Irrelevant Irrelevaat Irrelevant ¬
evant evaatDefend
Defends the TrnM TrnMThose TrntTboe TrnasT
Those T companies ontpanles are ar not accused of offorming efrormi offorming
forming rormi a trust trust he saW do It is the theStandard tbeStandard theStandard
Standard Oil Company Com paD which te on trtal trtalHe u1alHe uiaiY uiaiYHe
He then defended the trusts and com combines rembines centhines ¬
bines binesCombinations binesCombinntlon hinesCombinations
Combinations of 0 capita and brains brainsenergy b braInsenergy na naeaergy
energy and a action are ar necessary n cessary to the tbegrowth thewth thegrowth
growth wth and wellbeing of our country countryand C01i countryand tT
and to the worlds progress he hel8td said He Heacknowledged Eoacknowledged Usacknowledged
acknowledged that there are good trusts trustsand tn trustsand ts tsand
and bad trusts Ho gave tho bridge and andgrocers an andgrocere i igrocers
grocers trusts as 5 examples of bad trusts trustsOur trunsOur trustsOur
Our business he said ig operated operatedon opera operaon
on the same plan as 9 a a department store storeIt StoreIt
It Is no trust You would not no put a de department department dopartinent ¬
partment store out of business just be because beCUft because ¬
cause it sells a variety varlet of good goodAttorney goodAtlorney gootisAttorney
Attorney Klines argument was wa along alongtha atOftthe alongthe
the same lines and concluded conclud d the iie after afternoon at afternoon r rnoon ¬
noon session of court courtFAST courlFAST courtFAST
FAST IN I 1 STEEL BARS BARSPrinoner BARSPrbonel BAItSPrisoner
Prisoner Coat Coats Him Body With 111 Soft SoftSoap SoftSOIlP SoftSoap
Soap But Falls to Escape EscapeReading EscapePe EscapeReading
Reading Pe lns Pa Oct 16 1 16Coating Coating ConUn his body bodywith hod hodwith bodywith
with soft soap in order to force Ws way waythrough waythrough y ythrough
through the bars of his cell several of ofwhich orwblch ofwhich
which had been filed away Harry Wise WiseR
a corpulent longterm prisoner made ma ea eadesperate a adesperate adesperate
desperate effort to escape c from tbe Berks BerksCounty BetksCoun BerksCounty
County Coun Jail The attempt failed only onllcause onlbe onlbecause be because
cause Wise had uu1 miscalculated tbe apacj apacjrequired 8PACrequlroo spacrequired
required and Ms body was wedged be between bel between ¬
tween l WeeD the steel bars barsBlack barsBaack barsBlack
Black and blue and exhausted from hft hftexertions bfteurUon h hexertions
exertions In the unique predicament Wise Wisewas Wiseas
was as 5 discovered by a night watchman watchmanWith wlttchman wlttchmanWith watchmanWith
With difficulty difficult he was released from his htaselfmade hisselfmade hisselfmade
selfmade trap and placed under close closewatch clOllwatch closewatch
watch In another celL celLTestify celtTestify cellTestify
Testify for Oil Companies CompaniesSt
St St Louis 010 fo Oct 16 1ftPresentation Presentation ef efevidence fieevklenee ofevidenee
evidence In 1 defense was begun in tnc tnchearing t tb ttehearing
hearing b of the ouster proceedings against againstthe againSttbe againstthe
the WatersPierce Republic and Stand Standard Standard Standatil ¬
ard OI Companies before Special Specialmissioner Com Commissioner oJn oJnmlssfoner ¬
missioner Anthony Anthon In the Southern Hotel Hoteltoday lIotrltoda ilot1today
today toda Attorney Attorn e General Hadlcy Hadlc de declares 10dares t tclares ¬
clares dares that the State has ba made Its casi cas casI
I
GATING SANDSUaSES SAND URIES THREE THREEChildren THREEChildren THREECbfldrcn
Children Playlnc Under Bank Near NearTheir SearThefr NearTheir
Their nome Meet Iect Traffic Tr I1c End EndCanton EndCanton EndCanton
Canton Ohio Oct Iff liThrcc Three children childrenwere childrenwere childrenwere
were buried burl alive by the cavlngln cln n of a asand Lsand asand
sand bank here h r8 this afternoon After Afterbeing Aflerbeng AfterbeIng
being buried throe hours under several severalwagon s6eraluagoa severalwagon
wagon loads of sand the bodlos were werefound werefound ere erefouDd
found foundThe fouDd fouDdTho foundThe >
The victims I wer were Caspar BrteJ Ertelr aged agedsewn agedSCT agedseven
sewn SCT and andElien Ellen Syfrla J2rtcl aged aged two twoyears twoyeu twoyears
years and Dorothy Bloc B ce aged three threeyears threeyears
years yearsThe 74 yearsThe rs rsThe
The three children were playing to together togtMr togetbar ¬
gether in the Ertol ErIc yard at about 3 3Oclock 3croclc 3tclock
Oclock croclc in the afternoon att rnoon when last seen seenit seenit seenIt
it It ic I supposed uppo that they tendered away awayfUMl aia aiaIUHI awaykiwI
kiwI started to ploy pJ 4P lii Ute Ua sand at a abank alNnk abeak
bank Their failure i ttreWrn Tou 1otUrn rn made made Die Dieparents Ot Otpa theparents
parents pa rents awxlous udo e and a Search A was In Instituted InUtuted instituted ¬
stituted by th the relatives r atH It wan no noUced noUced noUced
Uced that a fifteenfoot eand bank had hadcaved badcaed hadcaved
caved in and not n t finding any trace of ofthe ofhe ofthe
the he missing children it was supposed that thatthey thatuaty thatthiP
they thiP had been caught in the tailing sand sandAfter sandAfter sandAfter
After digging through four feet of sand anadthe nuidthe sandthe
the three bodies were Joend JoendBAILEY 10tLldBAILEY onn onnBAILEY
BAILEY WINS IN COMMITTEE COMMITTEEIlcftolation C01rMITTEEItelllolution COMMITTEEResolution
Ilcftolation Adopted dopte < l Objecting ObJ ctln to toAgitation toAttatlon toAgitation
Agitation Against Senator SenatorDallas ScnatorDallas SenatorDallas
Dallas Tex Oct 16 1ThoState lbTho Tho State Demo Democratic Dcmocratle Demoerotic ¬
erotic executive committee mmltt JtfMl an n nil nilday p11clay nilday
day session today part oi o tfia time be behind behacI behind ¬
hind closed doors The controversy con ovetly be between be between between ¬
tween Senator Bailey and his opponents opponentswas oponeutswas
was 1 the chief matter discussed discussedTbe dlscuS8dTbe discussedThe
Tbe following resolution was wU adopted b ba ba ba
a a vote ote of 12 to f fit fa 1D
a D it resolvedxby resoln dbY the State Drotocraiic Drotocraiicexecutive D Pnocraticexecutive ra lc lcexeuttvo
executive committee mm1Uco That we we heartily heartilyindorne heartilyIndo heartilyIndorse
Indorse Indo = the action of State Chairman ChairmanGeorge CbnlnnanOew ChairmanGeorge
Oew George A A Carden in I addrosiUnj addrosalzfl uk His let letter Jeetr Mttt ¬
ter tt to the Democracy of Ttxas TITaoC of October O OctoberJ2 bU j
13 1 190C 1 remonstrating r lratlDC against ag Uat the con continuance 00 00C1nDC8 conalmanacs ¬
almanacs of the lb antiBailey anU Balley agitation gf n nOOIaCIwSn as asooadwrire asconducive
conducive to strife and division In the theparty tbepart1 theparty
party partyA part1A partyA
A substitute resolution re antagonistic t tBailey to toBan toBailey
Bailey Ban was voted down 15 U W WROSEBEN > 6 6HorseProves 5ROSEBE
ROSEBEN SPEED KING KINGHorscProres KINGHoieProve
HorseProves Himself Fastest FastestCrecatnre FastestCreature FastestCreature
Creature on Four Feet FeetWOELD FeetWORLD FeetWORLD
WORLD RECORDS ALL BROKEN BROKENAmarcn BROKENmazell BROKENtniazcra
Amarcn mazell Throng hron at Belmont Paris by byRnnninc b bRunnlnJ byRunning
Running Rnnninc Seven Furlongs in One One3Ilnntcnnd OneJllnutc OneI1nntcnnd
3Ilnntcnnd Jllnutc nnd Tvrcntytrro Second SecondOwner ccondll ccondllOner ccondsOwner
Owner Supremely SUIJrente Confident of Hi HiOazKlinir IJ Ills IllsDazzling I IDanUnJ
Dazzling Speed Wins 80000 80000Xew 30 3OOOtlNew OOO OOONew
New York Oct HRosebm Roseben son of ofBen oCBen ofBen
Ben StromeRoseieaf Strom aOMlear proved his right to tothe totlM tethe
the title of chaMptoti chain os sprinter of the theworld tltewortd tireworn
world here thin afternoon when he hedipped bedipped hedipped
dipped three seconds off o the worlds world roe raoord r rGId roead
ord for seven M furlongs tu over a circular cnxularcourse clntdarCOG circularcourse
course COG aad nd eclipsed by on ae and two twoftfttis twoftttbs twofifths
ftfttis seconds the record that has hassto stood stoodfor stoodfor dto
for to twenty t years for sexen furlongs furlongsstraightaway t furlongsstraightaway Ifr1tf Ifr1tfuiahtaWa
straightaway straightawayHe
He covered COe the seveneight of a mile mileing hIe hIein Ie Iea
a in 12 l carrying US USiUl osr pMcIeLent pMcIeLenttug
tug the only OIIIyoda other entry ell m tot i ituctJy rape rapeBeaudKtre racesauclatie
BeaudKtre exactly onesixteenth xtee th of ofmile a amile amile
mile Th TIae horse proved hhnself the fast fastest rutat fasteat ¬
est creature on four feet Incidentally Incidentallybe
he won for hi his owner Plunger Davy DavyJohnson D DavyJohnson Y YJoiaMOA
Johnson i3U39 la be beta despite tha fact factthat taetthat factthat
that h be ruled at odds odd of from 1 to toth towith Si Siwftn
with th of course course no takers in th the big ring ringRoseben nngRoeben ringItoieben
Roseben was drooped d 11 into a condition conditionrace eondiUonrace conditionrace
race under the lightest weight he has baehad butwt hashad
had In a sprint thl this season and twelve of ofthe orthe ofthe
the fourteen entries ntt were withdrawn withdrawnNo
No o Snrprine to Ills Owner OwnerIn OncrIn OwnerIn
In the clubhouse dlbhOUft before r le the race race Davy DavyJohnson oY oYJohnson DsyyJohnson
Johnson announced that the MS brown brownhorse wOOfahone brownhorse
horse was in the best shape he had ever everbeen everbeen everbeen
been In and nd that he would hang up apucw a anew anew
new track record But the clubhouse clubhousecommtsstoner clubhousecommissioners e ecoClml
commissioners loaen doubted this and they bet betJohnson betJobuon betJohnson
Johnson a 1t U5Oi WJ that tbe track record r d of ofl2S
15 1 5 26 L held h 1d jointly by Brookdaie Nymph Nymphand Nymphand Nymphand
and the twoyearold twoeo Sewetl would not noibe notbe notbe
be eclipsed Used Then Johnson became deli defiant cIeftant deliant ¬
ant and he announced that he would wouldhis woulder wouldwager
wager er any Ut of uooee lOO or mOTe that tktbls thatIda
his big sprinter would equal or boat the thewOSId theworlds I Iworlds
worlds record of 125 I S flat This being beingnapped bensnapped beIngsnapped
napped up Johnson J tMon offered Billy Duberg Dubergr0 DuMrI1no4iOO Dubersiiotm
no4iOO r0 < tt > a4kUUona that when ben the time was waahung washung I
hung bun out it would be faster fut r than anjj anjjother ac ny nyother i iother
other horse had ever covered the seven sevenfurlongs I IfWlonp ifurlongs
furlongs distance over any kind of a atrack atzeI
track straightaway er otherwise Du Duber Dubu fluhers f
ber hers took this thi bet because beca e It looked looked good goodto 1000to goodtobtsn
to tobtsn him I f fOft
Off Like n Flash FlanhWhen FlalbWbea FlashWhen
When Trainer Frank Weir gave ca e Shaw Shawthe Slmwtbe Shawthe
the leg up u or Roseben he told him to torate torate torate
rate him for a quarter of a mile ml1e and then thento theno theno
to o o come C on home There was no delay delayat delayat delayat
at the barrier and both horses were werealigned wereIdlPtd wereIignc4
aligned as Starter Caseldy pressed pres ed the theelectric thedectric
electric eI tric button and the t e webbirg Hew ew up upThat upThal upThat
That was the only time tllI1 In tbe race that thatBeauclalre thatBeawah thatBeaucaire
Beauclalre was ever near Rosebon In Inthree 1 1tbree Ia Iathree
three jumps tile big b1 sprinter tprtnterhc be weIghs Wel weIghspoundswas hs hsli
1560 O pounds pouadswas was half a lengtirln len n front frontand frontand frontand
and the further furt r he went nt the easier he hewent hent lieWont
went nt Shaw tried vainly 111 to hold him himback himback himback i
back hut it was AS like trying tryin to sweep sweephack sweep1Nuk sweepback
hack the ocean with a broom and = d with withmighty vlthmSghty withmighty
mighty leaps and MI bounds Roseben plunged plungeddown pI phngeddown = gd i
down the back stretch st ld1 and around th thturn tittUTU the theturn
turn turnShaw tUTUShaw turnShaw
Shaw held him to the rail and he was wassoctT wassocnon I Isoonon
soctT soonon on the home stretch Roseben re responcJecl respeeded j jsponded
speeded nobly and under a strong hand ha11d handride I Iride
ride 1d he h came home Beauclalre BetUWl 1re passing pust passingthe J Jthe It
the t sixteenth pole as Rosebaaa hooded hoodedhead j
head ead caught the Judges jad eyes eyesWbe eyesVben j I
When the time 12 I was wa hung out i U Iwgs j jwas Is
was s greeted greet with wild applause and the tbebig thebig I I
big horse was given en an ovaticn oat n when whenShaw witen51mw
Shaw Sba W same can1 back to weigh out Roseben Rosebenpulled F Rosebonpulled n
pulled cp p hardly drawing a Ic Ieg cr breath breathttnd breathitad I
ttnd cooled out in condition to atari 5dr again againtomorrow againtQmoi1Ow againtomorrow
tomorrow should It be desired to start starthim starthim starthim
him His figures of today are apt to tostand t tstand tstand
stand for to many years as there Is not notarotLer notaotte notaotLe
arotLer = horse either trer In this country count or orabroad orabroad orabroad
abroad who is I capaoto c rime of lasting with withIda withbblf with1dm
Ida oo one jump ju p up to seven and a half fur furk fUfo furbass
k o bass > 3g z1 his llsstasco llsstascoTRAIN distance distanceTRAIN tanC8 tanC8TRAIN
TRAIN ROBBERS GET 50 50IntI 50lnU 5Ol1nil
IntI to niovr Dlo Open Safe of Express ExpressCar ExprelillCar ExpressCar
Car on Colorado Road KondBuetut nORdB RoadBen4
B Buetut Viiia it Colo Cob Oct ISThc San SanFrancisco SanFra SanFratso
Francisco Fra d1o express n > rua on the Denver ner and andRo 3DdRo andPo
Ro Grande Railway Rai was held I1t 1d up near nearMalta nearlalts nearMalta
Malta ave mites from Leadviile by by two twoarmed tvoarmed twoartied
armed men tne1 who boarded the engine en i e and andcompelled andcompelled andcompelled
compelled the engineer to uncouple the thebaggage thoba thebaggage
baggage ba age and express cars and run them themaway themway themaway
away way several miles m les The robbers then thenwent thenwent
went to the express expr s car and covering coveringtbe coertngtbe coveringthe
tbe messenger mes en r with their revolvers reolv rs at attempted attempted attempted ¬
tempted to blow up the safe They lhc wereonI3 wereonly were wereonly
only partially successful 1cc ful and an hastily hastilygathering hasUJygaUaertng hasulygathering
gathering up about it ift in currency inado 1nadotheir madotheir inadotheir
their escape Large posse are in pur pursuit purlutt pursuit ¬
suit and bloodhounds will be sent out in inthe Intbe Inthe
the morning morningClaim morningVtRIU morningClaim
Claim Castro Is Better BetterWhile DetterbUe BetterWhile
While bUe reports come up from South SouthAmerica SoulhAmerica SouthAmerica
America that President Castro of Ven Venezuela Venezuela Venexuela ¬
ezuela is really a sick man and nn that thatthere thatthere thatthere
there are fears that he will m die soon soonthe soonthe soonthe
the Venezuelan Legation insists that he heis heIs heis
is improving and will soon be able blc to totake totakc totake
take charge of the government again
SBOOOEISHORTAGE SBOOOEISHORTAGEFlll1d 8U SHORT GE GEFunds
Funds Missing From Sub Subtreasury Subtreasury Subtreasury
treasury in St Louis LouisilMESTIGATION LOllisnrVESTIGATION LouisINVESTIGATION
INVESTIGATION NOW NO ON ONAssistant ONAssistant ONAssistant
Assistant Secretary Keep Re Refnses Refuses JItcfuses
fuses to Discuss Matter MatterExamination MatterExamination MatterExamination
Examination of Accounts Being IleinsrMade JJeln JJelnUadc BeingMade
Made Because D c nll of Changes of Treas Treasurers Treallurer Treasurera ¬
urers urer There ThereCommittee Committee of Poor PoorSent PonrSent PourSent
Sent from Washlntfttm Vbln5 on Are re Sow XOTVat Sowat Nowat
at Uorlc orJ and Will UI Probably Make OlakeTliclr MakeTheir Iake IakeTheir
Their Report Before End of Week WeekAccording WeekAceording ceJ ceJAftonIicJ
According to a report which reached reachedWashington reacMdWaebh reachedWashington
Waebh Washington ton late latelast last night from Om Chicago Chicagothe etdo Cidongothe So Sothe
the United States Stat subtreasury at St SiLouis StLouis StLouis
Louis Mo 1010is Is 4MOG9 fJ short In Its accovnis accovnisIva CCWmLN9 acconatsNo
Iva absolttte verification wrt catlod of this report reportcoutd reportcoukt reportcouki
coutd be obtained but when the Assist Assistant AsSstant Assistant ¬
ant Secretary of the Treasury Charles ChariesHaHim barIes barIesHaJlUI CharlesHaflam
HaHim Keep was seen toy a a Herald eraId re reporter re reporter reporter ¬
porter and questioned q1te d en the subject ne nesaid nesaid
said 1
saidI
r do not bbs to speak with certainty certaintyon certabt I
on a matter so serious as this It te true truethat t tthat truethat
that about a a we week ago we received word wordfrom wordfrom
i it
from t Assistant Dt Treasurer T J ASkau at atSt atSt
I ISt
St St Lotfs 10 that he suspected that such och a ashortage
I
shortage existed existedCommittee exmtedC01nn existedCommittee
Committee C01nn Utee of 01 Poor Sent SeniIt SentIt SentIt
It is customary when there therechange Is a acbanJe achange
change of treasurers treasurers to have 1Ia an examine examination eaMlaaItD examinetion ¬
tion ItD of the uocua acccunenrmde e therefore we weproceeded Wproceeded weproceeded
proceeded as in such a case A commit committee Ittee conunlttee
tee of four has been sent to St St Louis Louisto LOUMto LouIsto
to Investigate the matter and until we weare weare
are In receipt of their formal report I Ido Ido Ido
do not tel like saying anything furtherI further urUMrthe
hi the matter This Thl committee will prob probably probably lflubably ¬
ably report within wltb a few days daysI I 1 cannot cannotsay eeuMiotMY cannotSay
say exactly when but I surmise that Its IftMInS itsfindings j jfindings
findings will be b in oar bands baD within wlUaiafortDl2 a afortatajfct afortnight
fortnight t and probably much muelaUnU sooner soonerr enonerVntIl
UnU r that A oeetfTS occurs I Mb 18 1t9 1t9from b > o exnndfrom ftjceueefl ftjceueeflfrom
from cxpresaing even an n opinion on the thematter themaUer thematter
matter matterKILLS maUerK matterKILLS
KILLS K LLS HERSELF AND SON SONWife SONUe SONW1f
Wife W1f Ue of Millionaire Slightly De Dempnted DeI DeImfnt Benuned
mpnted mfnt d Tarns on the Gas Gn CasChkago I IChicago
Chicago C o Oct ItSeizing ItSeizin an hour when wbenbfI whenher I
her husband and two grown children childrenwere j I
were from rots home hom Mrs Edwin T Warren Warrenwife Tarr Tarrwife i iwife
wife of a retired millionaire bridge bridgebuilder bridgebuilder I
builder killed herself and her adopted adoptedson adoptodOIl adopterson
son OIl Elmer tonight tonightMrs tonightMrs 1 1lrs
Mrs Warren chose asphyxiation by gas gasas gasas al alt1e
as the means for to ending her own and andthe andtbo andthe
the childs life She was sixtyctec slxtY IIe year yearof yearor yearsof
of age and was Known nowri for some IMdme time to tobe tobe
be slightly demented d tcd though th 1l she was wassupposed wassupposed A Auppoeed
supposed to be perfectly hsrnHees hsrnHeesPHILADELPHIA hal1U barpilessPHILADELPHIA
PHILADELPHIA IS CURIOUS CURIOUSSooitty CURIOUSSooitty
Sooitty Anxious to Know Contents Contentsof I Iof
of Slip in Weightman Case CaseSecrecy OaseSecrecy CaseSecrecy
Secrecy Maintained Merely Serves to Inof toInftarocDelllle toInifameDesire
InftarocDelllle to Learn Nature iatnreof Natureof
of Epistle that Stopped Case CnnePhiladelphia CuccPh1aclelphla CasePhiladelphia
Philadelphia Pa POd Qet KSodetys KSodetyscuriosity lCSecletTacurloetty ItSocietyscurlootty
curiosity ha hq only 011I been beO whetted not notsatisfied ROtsatJdec netsatislied
satisfied by the collapse ceUIt of Mrs Je JeAos JeAosWtstes JssorWster os osWtstera
Wtstera Wster contest of the tbeltt miWomire chem chemist ehesa1st chain1st ¬
1st Weightcwns Wetght = ns will wtLEverybody WUIEverybody willEverybody
Everybody Ss 5 guessing Ut5tfl as to the con contents CODtents contents ¬
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writhing wrStJh of the Croesus who left lettaa an es estate es esta estat ¬
tate ta tat estimated at SOi08Q CIN < > to bis bi daugh daughter daUlht8O dauhtar ¬
tar Mrs Anne WeightmanWalker WeightmanWalkerThat Wel8itRMUJ Walker WalkerTMt
That Mrs Walkers senior 8eI1IorJohn counsel counselJohn counselJohn
John C C Johnson has said that It te be beyond byond beyors ¬
yond yors the bounds of human possibility for foroutsiders forouts4ers foroutsiders
outsiders to get access cc s to the tn paper papermerely paperme papermerely
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know what wa WH written on ori the iryste irysterioua r1 cysterloza e eno
rioua no paper paperNot paperot paperNot
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obtained o of the exact purport of the pa paper paper paper ¬
per which has turned the case upeU upeUdown upoiddown
down downCounsel downCocaine
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Counsel Co nsel on both sides maintained the thestrictest I Islrlctest istricteit
strictest secrecy recy regarding its contents contentsFrom C Dten DtenFrom oontenieFrom
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answer to questions It would appear that thatthere thatthere thatthere
there is a scandal lurking hi doe Isao Isaocentlooking I inocentlooking no nocentlooking
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FACES ARREST FOR SLANDER SLANDERFnlnn SLANDERFusion
Fusion Candidate for fo Governor GO ernor of ofPennsylvania ofPennsylvania i iPennflhnnln
Pennsylvania Accused AceucdPhUade1phla AccusedPhfiadelphla
Philadelphia Oct Oc lfState Senator and andContractor andCotraetor andCotraetor
Cotraetor James P McXhrfcol announced announcedtoday announeedtoday annosnositoday
today that he wovid CMZtd ask A warrant for forarrest torth forthe
th > arrest of Ltwls L wls Emery Jr fusion ftxdoccandidate fusioncandidate
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candidate for governor on a charge of ofBlander orslander ofslander
slander BlanderThia slanderThl3 slanderThis
This action ac c was taken tAk r by b McNlcnol McNlcnolafter IcNlcbOlattAr McNlcbiafter
after reading read reading read newspaper LesP3 r accounts 3ecoun 3ecounor accountsof
or a speech b made 1 de by Emery Eme Jn Lebanon Lebanonon
on Monday londa In n which he charged Mc McNlchol McNlcioi c
Nlchol 1 t91 wtth baring P tank W 1M0 1i 1C each efl end t for forfive torthee forfive
five Democratic votes during the speeker speekership sfttVokershl speskershIp
ship shl light in the legislature of ISffl ISfflDuriag 1S91During 1 1DudnS
During the day 3 Senator McNichol re received r rcched to toceired ¬
ceived messages me sage8 from several well known knownantiQuay knownantiQuay kflownantiQuay
antiQuay leaders who were familiar with withthe withthe withthe
the Jn Inside kt history of the memorable flght flghtIn ftghtIn 0gm 0gmin
In the legislature All Al of o tlieee volun volunteered volanteered ohan ohanteered ¬
teered as witnessed wltnes to show sJo that not no only onlywas onlywas onlywas
was Emerys statement false raise but that thatMeXfehol thutMc thatMeNichol
MeXfehol Mc bol did not arrive in HarrisburB HarrisburBuntil HruTlsburgUI Hriebu Hriebuuntil
until UI the speakershlp light was virtually virtuallyover virtuallyover lrtuaU lrtuaUover
over overlirrt
overHarry Harry A ittsckey one of the active activeantiQuay activeantiQuay the theanUQUA7
antiQuay leaders in Harrbbttrg And an anEmery anEmery anEmery
Emery supporter was Wit one of those who whobranded whobranded whobranded
branded Emerys statement as without a asfendow aIfbftdow ashadow
shadow of o fact factTiro tactTbo factThe
The warrant Trill 111 net be issued until untillater vntiiJattt untillater
later this week weekBmery weekBmer weekEmery
Emery Bmer comes here next week eek and ser service service service ¬
vice will 111 be made at that time timeThere timeThere timeThere
There is no politics lttes hi this matter mattersaid mattersaid mattersaid
said Senator McXfcbol lc jclol i have acted en entirely eo eoUrely entirely ¬
tirely without political l feeling Emory Emorywill EmorywIll Emorywilt
will be treated with iUl every eer courtesy court in tne tnematter tnematlor tsematter
matter Emery is a common liar liarDelepatc Ilrnele liarDelegate
Delegate nele aie Dies Di JJ of Broken nrok n Neck NeckTrenton NeckTrenton ecJ ecJTrenton
Trenton N Jf J Oct It lSAmuel Samuel Kug Kugyoal KUEBI Kugyofil
yoal BI of Lorain Ohio delegate d lfbnte to the thetionni na national natIonal ¬
tional convention of the American Amerf an Re Reformed Uefonned Reformed ¬
formed Church of the United States and andCanada andcusada nailCurada
Canada foil fpUdoWft down a flight of steps here heretonigh hetetonight heretonight
tonight L He was as taken to a hospital hospitalsuffering hoIIpltalsefterSn hospitalsuffering
suffering sefterSn from a broken neck n k and nd died diedsoon diedsoon diedsoon
soon afterward afterwardJ
J H Small d Sons SonllFlorlllte SonllFlorlllte14th Florists Florliits14th Florists14th
14th and G sts sta Washington W hingion Waldorf WaldorfAstoria WaldorfAstoria V ldorr ldorrAstoria
Astoria and 1353 Broadway New York
PRESIDENTS ANNOYER INSANE INSANESirs
Sirs Elizabeth Holmes Committed Committedto
to < o th the he Dloomlngdnle Dlo ll1lngdalc Asylum AnylnmNew A AsylumNet lnm lnm1cw
New York Oct Oct l 16Urs Mrs Elizabeth ElizabethHolmes EUzabetbHolm ElizabethHolmes
Holmes Holm 09 who had on frequent occasions occasionsannoyed occasionsIlnno occasionsannoyed
annoyed Ilnno ed President Roosevelt and an promi prominent prominent prom promneat ¬
nent Congressmen in Washington was vrasi wn wnadjudged wasadjudged
i adjudged adjudged Insane InEene by Judge Crane in the theCounty tneCounty theCounty
County court in Brooklyn today and andcommitted andI andeomwllttec1 andoniisiittod I
committed to the Bloomingdalo Asylum AsylumHer AsylumHer i
Her husband William M 1 Holmes of 570 570Ninth T5 T5Nitatit 1 1f1Jth
Ninth f1Jth street Brooklyn was as the petitioner petitionerin I
in the cane caneDr caseDr
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Dr William B Mosely testified toat he hehail hehad
hail carefully examined ItfrsIIelmes ars rs holmes on onmany onmany onmany I
many occasions and had come to the theconclusion theconclusion I ItatGo
conclusion that tatGo she was w95 suffering n < g from fromhallucination fromhallucinatIons m mhanucfnaUo
hallucination hallucinationi hanucfnaUoI hanucfnaUoShe hallucinatIonsShe I
i She has written letters to President PresidentRoosevelt PrukIentRoo PresidentRoOsevelt
Roosevelt Roo vaU District Attorney Attome Jerome Dts District Dtsn1ct Dtsflirt ¬
flirt Attorney Clark Claiit anti amI many clergy clergymen clcrunwn clergymen
men including Dr Parkhurst ParkhurstDr ParkhurstDr
Dr Cecil McCoy crreorated ra led Dr Mote Motely Moely OtIe OtIeJr
ly and Mr Holmes the husband lua m gave gavesimilar gaveIimJ gaveslmjbr
similar IimJ r testimony tetfmon Then Judge udgo Crane Cranecalled Cranecalled Cranecalled
called Mrs Holmes to the stand but buther batJwor tather
her answers 8 SW r8 to questions he asked were weresb wereSO wereno
sb ram rambling Wing asd rd of such a character that thatI lIMithe thathe
I he adjudged herinsane her herjinaane j Among Amon Ute spec spectators spect2tor spectrIers ¬
tators In the courtrodm m were two tWo secret secretservice secretseme secretserice
service seme agents ag ntfl who had b been cn watching watchingMrs watchn watchnMn watehlngMrs
Mrs Mn Holmes for for three years yearaCHICAGO y yearsCHICAGO a aCHICAGO
CHICAGO CHICAGO MERCHANT DEAD DEADGeorge DEADGeorse DEADGeorge
George K Kimball Expires I Xltlres of o Heart HeartDisease HeartnlRcalic HeartDisease
Disease In New York YorkNew Yot Yotew YorkNewYork
New NewYork ew York Oct 1C IGGorge George F KJmtwll KJmtwlla
a wealthy Chicago business b ness man died diedsuddenly dledIY diedraiddenly
suddenly IY in his apartments at the Wal WaldorfAfitoria Wa WadortAtor1a 81 81dortAiito
dorfAfitoria dortAiito today from heart failure failureAt failureAt nilureAt
At tb the time of his fatal seizure Mr Kim Kimball Kimball m mall
ball all was seated so ted In a chair in the sitting sittingroom 91ttIngroom sittingroom
room of Ills Itl apartment and only a few fewminutes Cewminutes fewminutes
minutes before he sank back with ith a gasp gasphad sasphad gasphad
had been conversing con lIing with friends friendsDr frlondsDr friendsDr
Dr Keely the hotel physician was wasgammoned wasIJUDimoAe wassentutozied
gammoned tot was unable to do any anything anyfor anything ¬
thing for Mr 11 Kimball who died almost almostat
at one once Mr Kimball Klm U was about fifty flftyyears fiftyyears tty ttyyears
years old and loaves a family in Chicago ChicagoAFRICAN ChkftloAFRICAN ChicagoAFRICAN
AFRICAN PYGMY PYG IY A STUDENT STUDENTTaken STUDENTTaken STUDENTTaken
Taken from Monkey Cage and andPlaced andPlaced andPlaced
Placed in Orphan Asylum AsylumSon AsylumSon AsyluinSon
Son of a Chief Clal t His First Flr t Wife V1f0 Ue Was WasEnlcn WasEaten U UEnten
Eaten by Cannibals C CazitnilnlsSeconl CazitnilnlsSeconlStung ilnIbabSeeontl ilnIbabSeeontlStnn Second j jSinner
Sinner Stnn by a a Viper ViperNew Viper2ew lpcr lpcrXew
New York lodr Oct K HuA A B C Beote Beoteyoola 1IMIa1IIe8e Bociaireota
yoola Bwht BoIabkr BoIabkrThose Usshtr UsshtrThese
These are s Me sums me of the strange st sounds soundswhich sousdswla soundswhich
which wla have been issuing of late from the theclassroom thelaseroom theehaasroosn
classroom of the Howard How ld Colored Orphan OrphanAsylom OrphanyhJln OrphanAsylum
Asylum yhJln at the corner CQ cr of Dean street and andTroy aDdTlVTanIftU9 andTroy
Troy TlVTanIftU9 avenue Brooklyn It sounds like likemonkey Ukemo likemonkey
monkey mo talk but it lent Indeed the thesound tbesetmd thesound
sound comes co from no less a personage personagethan p personagethan 90nago 90nagotIan
than Ota 01 Benga Be the African pygmy pygmyOta pygmyat pygmyOta
Ota at is now learning his ABCTs So far farhe farhe farIre
he has only got t down to tbe letter let te C CAfter CAlter CAfter
After that be talh laWs monkey JnOnk y talk taikBoohi tslkn talkBoom
Boom Boohi n monkey language means meansskiddoo meanskldcloO meansskiddoc
skiddooOta skiddocOts skiddoo kldcloOOta
Ota has changed very much since mDC he heshared hered beshared
shared red the monkey cage at the Bronx BronxZoological BrooxGaree BronxZoological
Zoological Gardens Garee i although altbo little more morethan mwethan morethan
than a month has passed since he was tvasrescued wasued wasieecuei
rescued ieecuei ued from rem the companionship of a achlnqMurm actWa athkpomee
chlnqMurm ctWa by a deiege dele delepatlana en of colored coloredministers eolecedministers JeNd I Imfnlsters
ministers who placed him in charge of ofSapt ofSpt ofSept
Sept Q Gordon rdan a at the orphan orpb n asylum asyhimwhere asIwnhen asylumwhore
where hen the whole static tal te now engaged in inthe Intbe inthe
the very difficult task of making a gen gentleman gentleman gontleman ¬
tleman oat of the little Utt black fellow fellowInstead feUotInsteAd fellowInstead
Instead of a breechclout Ota now wears wearsreal weanl wearsreal
real l clothes and he is very proud of ofthem oCthem ofthem
them Whenever a visitor 1 calls at the thefcaylum tbeYlum theasylum
asylum Ota insists in upon showing off Ida litenew l loeVo Idanew
new clothes They are handmedowns handmedownsof
of gray worsted consisting of trousers trouserssack trOY8e trOY8eek trousersinek
sack ek coat tO oat t and waistcoat When u n they theywere tbe1wer theywere
were wer first given to Ota to put on ho in insisted inlUted Instated ¬
stated upon wearing the t coat and vest vestbut vcst vcstbut vestbut
but frowned upon the trousers t r n until he hewas heWII hewas
was WII shown the mechanism 8m of a nice pair pairof pairof pairof
of red and white suspender 5 ro Now he hewears bewears hewears
wears the th trousers for the sake of the thesuspenders thencIers theSince
suspenders suspendersSince ncIers ncIersSfncc
Since his release from the monkey cage cagei cageat cageat
i at the Zoo his rescuers re have been paying payingquite paying4Iutt payingquite
quite 4Iutt a little attention to his spiritual wel welfare velf weifare ¬
fare f But Ota is a heathen para and andsimple AIM1miMe andsimple
simple miMe and the superintendent says It is isvery isnry isvery
very hard to bold his attention a long longenough IoDIeno longenough
enough eno h to teach him anything Like LikeTopsy LikeTo LikeTopsy
Topsy To he seems content oJItent with 1th Iris lot and andbelieves andlIeve8 andbelieves
believes lIeve8 that he jut growed roH and never neverhad neverhad ver verbafI
had mother or father fatherHe fatherH fatherIe
He H goes to Sunday Sanda school with the other otherInmates other1rmates otherirmae
Inmates of the institution but he does doesnot d006not doesnot
not seem m as yet to hare ha grasped gras the themeaning themealllDl themeaning
meaning of the t singing Now and then thenhe thenhe
he win slag sIn at the top of his voice In Inhis Inh1 inhis
his own tongue the song > which his people peopleaers K peoplenarg Qplc QplcI > I
aers white gathered gathe around HIDe nicely nicelycooked nrce nicelyed 1
cooked ed missionary who bad been sizzling slszitngon zIDg i
on the fire ftl for to several eera hours and who whowas whowas i iQUI
was all ready l8 y to be eaten eatenOta eatenOut
OUt was WA cns cn t hiznself slated to be the tbechief thechief thechief
chief viand at a cannibalistic car = baUdc Teast but butwas butwas
was rescued by Dr Veraer erner It was In intt1
5 tt1 1 that he was wa found on one of the thesouthern thesouthern
southern tributaries of the Congo Co by byVerser brVe byVerner
Verser Ve the African explorer e piore who saved savedthe eaedthe e4 e4the
the boys 1 Ufo by paying a price price in calico calicoand eaI calicoand
and beads beadsAt beadAt beadsAt I
At that time Ota was wtI tbe son n of a achief nctler achief
chief of a plssiy tribe and he had been beentwice beeDtKke beentwice
twice married although only twenty twentythree twentytla twentythree
three tla Hi His first wife was W eaten by b the thecannibals theawDlba1s thecannibals
cannibals and ar his h grccnc E tood wife died from fromthe tromthe fromthe
the sting of a viper t r He 1I Is now only entyfour en onlyfour I ICot
four feet f t eleven inches 1h IT I height and andweighs anweighs andweighs
weighs about nrety pounds iraocdsGROWTH poundsGROWTH urHls urHlsGROVTH
GROWTH OF THE THEWASHINGTON THEASHINGTON THEWASHINGTON
WASHINGTON HERALD HERALDEach HERALDEach HERALDEach
Each day 1n The Washington asblngton Her IleraM Herawl
aM Is going into more Washington Washing Washington illfbing illfbington ¬
ton homes It is essentially tJftlb the thehome thehome thehome
home newspaper of the city ctt every everymorning eerymorning everymorning
morning In the week eek Of the thedaily thediU thedaily
daily diU output of papers approxi approximately approxlma approxiinstely ¬
mately ma teb Sd ssie over lfiD are arehandled fU fUhaDdle arehandled
handled haDdle by agents and carrier carrierboys carrierboys
boys In Washington and Imme Immediate Immediate inanediate ¬
diate suburbs Hou Housetohou lousetohousecirculation tohouce tohoucecirculation e ecirculation
circulation is the basis of any anynewspapers tn tnv anynewtpnpera
newspapers v P8pers real l success SUCCESg and It Itis ItI itis
is I this t circulation that The TheWashington TheWashington TheWashington
Washington Herald has nt the thestart thestart thestart
start It Is growing too by tho thohundreds thohuDdnd thehundreds
hundreds every c ery day The Th deliv delivery deJhstem delivtry ¬
try system stem Is not yet et perfect by byany byant byany
any means but is Improving Jmpro1ndatl impeovindolly
dally datl The business staff < of The TheHerald Thellemld TheIlerald
Herald Is using every eer effort to toserve toiene toserve
serve the paper pap r regularly re ulRlh and ant at atthe atthe atthe
the earliest possible hour There Tlicrois Tl1eroI Thereia
is tho fullest appreciation of the thepatience thepatIence thepatience
patience shown by b subscribers subscriberswho SDMcrIberswho subscriberswho
who have nursed their papers or orrailed orrailed orJailed
Jailed railed to get them on time Com Complaints Conapinints ¬
plaints are welcomed at this of ofilce 0 0nee ofLice
nee because they afford the thequickest theulek theS
S quickest ulek t medium of correcting correctingnib correctingml correctingmietabes
nib ml mietabes mietabesTelephone takes takesTelephone taliC5lelephone
Telephone Main Ialn SSOO SSOOThe oOThe CO COThe
The fact that Washingtonians Washingtonianslike Wasblngto nns nnslike
like The Herald is 1 evidenced not notonly notonly notonly
only by b the growth of the home homecirculation homecitCulatIon homecirculation
circulation but by scores ores of com commendatory comm cornmendatory ¬
mendatory m n ato1T letters received daily
The Herald Is only ten days old oldIt oldIt oldIt
It has ba Just begun to grow growIntrust growIntrust growIzitrust
Intrust the Flornl Decorations D corntlonll for foryour foryour foryour
your wedding eddlnE to Shaffer nth and I
CHIN CHINA IS WARliKE WARliKEAnti ARL1KE ARL1KEAntiforeigii
Antiforeign Anti foreign Sentiment Seiit iniciit More MoreBitter 31oieBitter IoleBitter
Bitter Than Ever Before BeforeABMY BeforeAR BeforeAItMY
ABMY AR IT GROWING EO WING RAPIDLY RAPIDLYWu RAPIDLYWii Y YYu
Wu Yu Tingfang1 Tin gfhn g Has Been Rele Relegated Relcgated Iteicgated ¬
gated to Private Pri vate Life LifeGovernment Li LifeGorernaitent fe feGoerument
Government Spend Enormous Sum Sumof Sumor Sums Sumsof
of Money to Equip KM IflRhtlntf IflRhtlntfMen I1IbllnlIen PightingMennnd
Men Mennnd Ien and Vnnn Shlk KnI Ks Chinese Chinesei OhlneJIeGOern OhineseCoerndr
i Governor GOern r In I Drilling Drllllu Natives aUc Into IntoPIrHtclnKS TntuFlrAtclnn Tnt TntFirstclass
PIrHtclnKS Fighting Men With with vlth In Incredible IncredIJle Incrcdhlie ¬
credible Speed SpeedVablngtoll Washing 011 Hears HearsConditions HearConditions hearsConditions
Conditions In Chins generally suppe aDPJMltlcd aDPJMltlcdto s pposd pposdto cd cdto
to have been improving Jmpro since hic th UM cessa cessation ce satJon cessatioit ¬
tion of the boycott of American A seeds seedsant gedand goodssaul
ant and the ttteeolUleq1lent consequent agitation are really reallymuch real realmuclt reallymuelt
much worse and am the antiforeign 8Atitvr feeling feelingis tell tellIs
is greater g than it ever was wasInformation WHoInormatton wasinforniatl
Information inforniatl ji of an absolutely a1l trust trustworthy trustworthy trustworthy ¬
worthy character has reached reec ecl Washing Washington Washington aeblog aeblogtor ¬
ton to this effect effectThe eteetTb effectThe
The Tb Chinese ees andy y under u the guiding guidinghand guIdtn guIdtnh8J1d guidinghand
hand of Yuan Skits KsJ Ks considered eon by bythose b btho bythose
those who knew kJl w China to be the great greatest greato greateat ¬
est man in the 00 country Is being increas increased IACr locreasor S Seel ¬
ed at an enormous rate rate and the govern government goventment goveruafloat ¬
ment Is putting a great deal of money zaoneyInto moneyInto moneiInto
Into tha th main fighting hUng arm Yuan Is the theviceroy theviceroy theviceroy
viceroy of the Province of Chtthl l in inwhich Inbch inwhich
which bch Pekln is situated HIS has hastremnen hastremnendoss tremen tremendous tremendous ¬
dous influence Ce and his main policy just justnow ju Justnow t toow
now seems to be to increeee the army armyThis annyThI armyThis
This fact coupled upled with the snow show w of for foreign foreJgn forolga ¬
eign hatred which is 1 beoMniag more and andmore aMmore andmore
more apparent makes the t1Ietuatlon situation seem seemquite seemquIte seemquite
quite serious eeriousWhile eenoueWhile seriousWhile
While Yean is virtually controlling af affairs affairs affairs ¬
fairs Ills right hand man is T Tang ng Sbao Sbaoyi Sbaoyf Sliaoyl
yi who among other things is vice pros president ptOSident prosfdent ¬
ident of the foreign office In His efforts effortsare eflottsare efottsarc
are now mainly main directed toward con controlling controm eontrohllag ¬
trolling trom the revenues revenuesTaking rcnenuesTaJdug revenuesTaking
Taking Over of Customs Houses HousesThe HouseThe HousesThe
The most recent incident which shows showsthe howsthe showsthe
the attitude att1tud of the Chinese at thia time timeconcerned ttm ttmeomened timeconcerned
concerned the taking takl g ever by the im imperial Imperflll hnpenal ¬
perial government of the control of ce cetaln CtlI1 cclain
lain customs houses nu es over which the Brit British Brit19b Brit1gb ¬
ish by virtue yrt e of an agreement a made in in1EBS 1118fS i iisis
isis have had supervision The agree agreement agreement agreemont ¬
ment contained a clause that the chief chiefof cb chiefof r rof
of the imperial maritime customs cwt should shouldalways MultIahaYii shouldalways
always be a British subject as long a aBritish air airBrltl8k asBtIsh
British trade exceeded that of any ether othernation ethernatioc ethernation
nation The British supervisor 8U r has hew hewsuperseded beafiU henrinupercedeil
superseded iU rceded by Chinese ChineseTo ChlnceeTo ChineseTo
To just what the present conditions conditionswill crdftionswilt UonSl UonSlwill
will lead can scarcely be predicted Sm Sims Stnrethe Simsthe < e ethe
the ending of the RussoJapanese war warRussia 18 18RuDla warRussia
Russia has to a considerable extent been beenremoved beenrcmced beenremoved
removed ag a factor in the situation situationBefore situationefore situationBefore
Before efore the war ar it was Russia Ru and Japan Japanone JaperOne
one supporting cae De faction of the Chinese Chineseelement Cbtnctmelement Chineseelement
element and the other its opponents opponentsWith oppDOeatsWith opponentsWith
With Russia now out of it the Japanese Japanesehave japanfFehttve Japanesehave
have greet t power Future etwe condition will willdepend vUd willdepzid
depend d pe d greatly upon the us utt th the Japan Japanese Japano Japanes ¬
o es ese man of their newly newIY3cqulre1 newIY3cqulre1streertb acquired acquiredstrength acquIreLstrength
strength strengthAn streertbAn strengthAn
An additional UeeaJ inlir iD intrsUng r8tins stins fe t 01t r t which whichhas wbkhb whichb
has b n come c to Washington a to that Wu WuTing WItri Vi Viflog
Ting ri Fang former f formerly minister r of China Chinato
to this country is now out of public life lifeHe lireH lifelie
He H Is said m t have become vary unpop unpopular UDJOJakr unpopular ¬
ular and Is leading a quiet life lifeSUIT lifeSUIT lifeSUIT
SUIT OVER TRAITORS GRAVE GRAVERight GRAVERlaht GRAVERight
Right of Way ay to Benedict Arnolds ArnoldsTomb ArnoldTomb ArnoldsTonil
Tomb Is Songht SonghtXewpert SoughtNewport SonghtXewpert
Xewpert R I Oct lITbe The wilt of ofBenedict orBeDedIet ofBenedict
Benedict Arnold the first colonial gover governor pnrnor uver uvernor ¬
nor of Ithode Island was a presented eared in inevidence ineldmoe inevidence
evidence hi a suit which has just t been de decided d ddded doclued ¬
clued adversely to the Rhode Island So Society Stldety S Sclety ¬
ciety of the Sons of the American Rove Revolution JleoJut10ft Rovehutton ¬
hutton by a jury in this city Ity Th The case casewas caeWAS casewas
was brought by the t state at the instance instanceof ltancof
of the society to obtain possession DM 11l of a aright alight aright
right of way a to the grave of Benedict BenedictArnold BeftedictArnold BenedictArnold
Arnold ArnoldIn ArnoldIn ArnoldIn
In behalf of the state it was claimed claimedi claimedthat
i i that the defendant John D Johnctone Johnctonej Johustonchas
j i has closed the approach to th the burj h1in h1inXTODnd hirylng hirylngground S Sj
j ground The defense introduced the will willof wfUor wilLor
or Arnold dated 173 1 4 describing tii the place placewhere placewhere
where he desired de red to to be buried and re reserving r rerving reserving ¬
serving the lot for the we us of iris rela relaUres relaItt relattvrs
Itt The jury found for the defendant defendanthokhng
holding that there was no public pu right of ofWAV r rw fway
way w y to the t burying ground over oi r the land lan Ianiof i ior
of the plaintiff plaintiKI plaJnl plaJnlA
A similar mmUarcue case against Hiram lI1ramIhrlin Berlin Berlingame
game who owns property abutting on onanother onanother
another 1IOth side de of o the burying ground will willprohabiy wiflprobably m mprobaby
probably he tried at the next session cf cfthe r rthe ctthe
the Superior Ceart CeartTWO CcurTVO CcurzTWO
TWO PRINCES UNDER U TJER ARREST ARRESTDescendants ARRESTDe8cent1nnt8 ARRESTDesccnilanis
Descendants of Ancient Polish By Bywaty DT11R flyunty
waty 11R ty to Be D Tried for Treason Treasonf TreasonBr1 TreasonBer1
f Berlin Br1 r O Oct l 14FtC For advocating adOCltf the re revival rerival ¬
rival of the ti ancles t kingdom of Poland Polandand Polandand
and attending ate di1g a meeting devoted dev l to de deoocncing dinounclag
oocncing Do Dc1 IM t the 1e German rman government meut two twoprinces twoprinces
princes of the ancient Polish dynasty are areunder areanile
under arrest at Ostrowe 0aU in the Province Provinceof
of Posen p Tby Tb are Prince George GefKo e Ra Rail Railalaill i istwttl
stwttl head of the U House of Radsiwltt Radsiwlttaad Radziwfltand
and his younger 70 brother Prince Stanls Stanlslaros Stanlslarus Stanlaharus
laros They y will be tried on an indict indictment Indictmeat ¬
meat m rt charging them with treasonable treasonableagitation treason treasonableagitation able ableI
agitation agitationPrince I agitationPrince tatlon tatlonPrince
Prince George presided at a meeting of ofPolish ofPolish
Polish Pol1 h nationalists where the speakers speakersdenounced speakersdenounced krs krsdenounced
denounced the German government governmentroundly governmentroundly rnment
roundly and openly Advocating a restora restoration re restoratIen tora torattm ¬
tion of the th former Polish Poli regfona regfonaThere re reThere
There was a lively fight 4ariRg the themeeting th themeet1n
meeting meet1n tlnf but the meeting was linally nty ills dispersed dlsIJe illspersed ¬
persed IJe by b the pollc pollcBall police policeBail
Ball ttll has ha been furnished for tha two twoprinces twopriais
princes prl and they will be at liberty until untilarraigned untilaITalped untilarraigned
arraigned for trial trialEXSENATOR trialEXSENATOR
EXSENATOR COCKRELL COCKRELLTLL COCKRELLTLLVenerable ILL ILLVenerahale
Venerable MLisonrlnii U uonrlnn Worn orn Out from froraOvcnrork fromOverwork
Overwork the Past Pn 1 Summer SummerFrancis SummerFraneSti SummerFrancis
Francis Clarion Cockrell for thirty thirtyyears thlrt thlrtyears thirtyyears
years a Senator ator from MIssoUri now i imember Jnwmber imember
member of the Interstate Commerce Corn Convnriselon Cornl1It Con Conmission
mission l1It eron has been Jxac n ill at a t his home in this thiscity th thisdty hi hictiy
city for more than a week weekOn weekOn weekOn
On account 6f hs advanced a arced ag aphe apheStnttolr ageheseventytwoMr he 5 5scvwilytwo
scvwilytwo Stnttolr Mr Cockrell has occasioned occasionedhis occ35ion occ35ionhis occasionedhI
his hI family and friends alarm It is under understood un understood fr frstooil ¬
stood he Is suffering from heart failure failurealthough faUurfalthough failurealthough
although reports pora from his bedside stat staithat staltha statthat
that tha t the venerable Missourian is worn om ou onfrom oufrom oufroii
from overwork during the past summer summerSenator tlUl1lm summerSenator r rSenator
Senator Cockrell was born in iUs Missouri Missouriin Issourt Issourtiii oun ounIn
in 1S34 1 He succeeded Carl Schurz m 1 th thSenate thSende thSenate
Senate March Ma rch 4 1SI3 1m and was succeeded s succeededby u eed eedby > 2 2by
by a Republican Senator Warner March lan1
4 19K 1 after sorting in the uner house houseexactly housectl7 houseexactly
exactly ctl7 thirty thlrl yearn yearnSlate yearState yearsSlate >
Slate Gets eta Mans Jlnn Wealth WealthLisbon Weaftha1isbon CRn CRnIiBbon
Lisbon 0 Oct 1 1IJTtte The estate te of f Gen GenJ O n nJ
J W Reilly Rem > who died dledcme one year vat ago in inWellsvHle inWeUS1ne inVellsvUle
WellsvHle leaving < 1iO 1M l O M and no io known knownhah kaownheir knownlade
hah has passed into the bands e or > C a otu otutodfan 008todfan enstocUan
todfan in bebaK of the State Gen Reilly Reillyvras Rem RemItS Reillywas
ItS one of the foremost members of the theColumbia theColumbia theColumbia
Columbia County bar barXo barXo barNo
Xo coal du dual t or trouble Sanitary Sanitaryhcators Sanitary11cators Sanitaryheaters
heaters Ofte Radiators Demonstrations Demonstrations3W Demon trationz
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