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CHANCELLOR TO WAIT WAITDelays WAITDelays I
Delays Trip > in Order to Meet MeetBooker MeetBooker MeetBooker
Booker T r Washington WashingtonIEAVES WasliingtoiiLEAVES VashingtonLEAVES
LEAVES LATER IN THE MONTH MONTHAdviMcd MONTHAthlerl MONTHAdviMeel
AdviMcd that District Will 111 Pay HI HIExpenses Ills 1111IExpell IllsExpeiises
Expenses Expell es Sot Exceeding J5 ler Perliny lerDnyComml4Nloner lerDayConinilssloner
liny DnyComml4Nloner Commissioner VeNt eNt Gets Rul Ruling RulIng Rullug ¬
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from Comptroller Tracewcll TracewcllDr
Dr William E Chancellor superinten superintendent auperiAtendent superlntendent ¬
dent of public Instruction for the District Districtof Dlstrletot Districtof
of Columbia will not leave the th city to today today today ¬
day on his trip of Inspection of certain certainInstitutions certalDInstitutions certainInstitutlOUs
Institutions of learning 1or or colored people peoplein
in the South SouthThis SoutbThfa SouthThis
This change in Dr Chancellors plans plansis
is due to a letter which he received yes yesterday yesterda7 yesterday ¬
terday from Booker T Washington in inwhich Inwhich Inwhich
which the negro educator wrote thtt t he hehad hehad hehad
had been advised ecl by the newspapers of ofDr otDr ofDr
Dr Chancellors intended trip and wished wishedvery wt8hednry wishedvery
very much to meet him in person but batthat butthat butthat
that be be Dr Washington would not > be at atTWlk atTuskegee t tTuskege
Tuskege TWlk see until after December 1 1 and andhoped andhoped andhoped
hoped that Dr Chancellor would defer deferhis deferhis deferhis
his visit sit to that institution until after afterthat altertha afterthat
that tha t date dateMy cia dateMy te teXy
My original permit gave me the liberty libertyof Hber17of
of 01 making the trip between November NOYemberand IS ISand l land
and December K 1i said Dr Chancellor Chancelloryesterday Cha ChaesterdaY Chancellorye5terdy
yesterday and 1Id I can still make ke it be between be bel between ¬
tween l ween those dates even though I do not notstart BOtstart notstart
start as soon n as I had anticipated At Atany Atan Atany
any an rate he added 1 I will 111 not eat my myThanksgiving m7Thank myThanksgiving
Thank Thanksgiving ving dinner in Washington WashingtonThe WaabllSftonThe WashingtonThe
The institutions 8 which Dr Chancellor is isto Isto s sto
to visit are Tuskegee Tu Fiske University at atNashville atXashtUe atNashville
Nashville Tenn Hampton and the theAtlanta tbeAtlanta theAtlanta
Atlanta University In connection with withthe WUhthe withthe
the last named he will also inspect the theCalhoun theCnlhoun theCalhoun
Calhoun Institution which is a sort of ofacademical ofacademical ofacademical
academical preparatory school for At Atlanta Atlanta Atkinta ¬
lanta University UniversityTolrt UniversityTolc1 UniversityTold
Told Expense EXlen c Account Is I Allowed AllowedDr AlIonCtIDr AllowedDr
Dr Chancellor reiterated yesterday his hisremarks h hremarka hisremarks
remarks of the day before concerning concerningthe
the expenses of the contemplated trip tripMy tripIy tripMy
My Iy secretary has been notified noti ed by b tele telephone telephone telephone ¬
phone I believe said he that the theCommissteoers theCommlsslonen theCommissioners
Commissioners will 111 pay my mytlun transporta transportatiun transportathin
thin and allow me five dollars do lan a a day ex expenses expenses expenses ¬
penses but that otter has not been beenme given givenme givenme
me in writing However I shall make the thetour tbctour thetour
tour even though tb h I have to pay my own ownexpenses oucxpen8eS ownexpenses
expenses I have never before received receivedsuch recetvedsuch receivedsuch
such > treatment during < my career as assuperintendent a asuperintendent atsuperintendent
superintendent of education educationYesterday HeacaUonY educationYesterday
Yesterday Y the superintendent visited the theMcKinley theMcKinley theMcKinley
McKinley school and its branch branches the theBusiness tbeBusinea theBusinem
Business High HI School the Central High HighSchool BlcbSchool HighSchool
School and the Western High School Schooland Schooland Schooland
and expressed e pre ed himself as a highly pleased pleasedwith pleasedwitb pleasedwith
with his inspection He praised the theWestern theVestern theWestern
Western highly hl llly Of the Central he said saidI saidhI
hI I think Central High School would wouldmake wouldmake wouldmake
make an excellent grammar school Mind Mindyou 11104you Mindyou
you I am not criticising the work ac accomplished aecompUsbed accomplished ¬
complished there I am speaking of the thebuilding thebuilding thebuilding
building itself I dont think that it and andparticularly aDdparticularly sadparticularly
particularly the basement Is a proper properbuilding propelbuildinS properbuilding
building for the accommodation of eleven elevenhundred elevenhundred elevenhundred
hundred boys and girls girlsI
I was not favorably impressed with withthe withthe withthe
the site of the building < either e1t er he con continued COfttiDued continned ¬
tinned A high hl school should be of im impressive bnpresslve hapressive ¬
pressive architectural appearance and andshould a ashould andshould
should occupy a commanding location locationand locationI locationand
and from what I can gather ther I believe betiflethe believethe believethe
I the citizens of the District Dl trlct are of like Mkemind likemind likemind
mind mindDr mindDr mindDr
Dr Chancellor also spoke highly of the theteachers theteachera theteachers
teachers whom he met met and whose work workhe WOItthe workhe
he witnessed in the high gta scheote Since the theopening theopenlnt theopening
opening of the winter term he has visited visitedabout visitedabout visitedabout
about seventyfive of the schools of the theDistrict theDistrict theDistrict
District and will continue his persomat persomatinspection per8Oba1inspectiOIt persouslinspection
inspection when he returns from ate ateSouthern 1daI hisSouthern
Southern So thfrn trip tripCommissioner triPI tripConlmisHioner
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Commissioner Com1Ul sioner Gets Ilulinx IlulinxCommissioner IlulinJCommiuloner ltuIingCommissioner
I Commissioner West WNt explaining txl latainc the al allowance alI allowance ¬
I lowance of Dr Chancellors expenses expensessays expeB8eSsays expensessays
says that after Auditor Garrison bad haddirected baddirected baddirected
directed his attention to an apparently apparentlyunfavorable appareatlyunfavorable apparentlyunfavorable
unfavorable decision he took the matter matterup matterup matterup
up with Comptroller Trace Traeewell well who said saidthe sakitht saidthe
the expense accounts would not be bejected re rejected reJected ¬
jected but suggested su ted that the order be bechanged bechan bechanged
changed chan ed so as to allow Dr Chancellor a amaximum amaximum amaximum
maximum of 5 5 per diem which was 1 done doneDEFENDS donei doneDEPENDS
i DEFENDS PUBLIC SCHOOL SCHOOLDistrict SCHOOLI SCHOOLDistrlct
I District Di trlct Official Declares They Serve Serveas Serci Serveas
i as Models Jlotlc for Other Cities CltleThe CitiesThe j jThe
I The plan advocated by Superintendent SuperintendentChancellor Superintendentr SuperintendentChancellor
r Chancellor for consolidating con the schools schoolsof schoolsI schoolskf
I of the city does not meet with the t unani unanimous UIIII nasalXTIOUS ¬
I mous indorsement Indon ement of the District offi officials 011Idais oMdais ¬
dais One who for a a number of yean yeanhas yearshas yeag yeaghas
has followed closely the construction con of ofschool ofschool ofschool
school buildings bul1d said saidThe ntdThe saidThe
The question of the consolIdatIon oC oCthe 0the ofthe
the school system ITs In Washington 1YU Ift n pre presents presents peesents ¬
sents many sides skIei and js 1 in 1 my HI opinion opinionone opinionone opinionone
one that requires serious consideration eoJIIdderattenbefore considerationbefore considerationbefore
before its adoption adoptionThe adopttonThe adoptionThe
The cost is one thing to be betrtd consid considered conaldered ¬
ered and in my judgment to adopt the theproposed theproposed theproposed
proposed plan would be false economy economyWashington econom economWashlngtolt economWashington
Washington schools are perhaps not the thefinest theI thefinest
I finest in the country but considering the thecost theI thecost
I cost of their erection they are as asI good goodif goodif
I if not better than those of any city of ofthe ofI ofthe
the United States The schools of Boa Boston B0ston Boaton ¬
I
ton for instance are erected at a cost costof costor costof
of 22 cents a cubic foot while those of ofWashington ofWashington ofWashington
Washington cost but half that sum sumThe rumThe sumTh
The Th system of school buildings bulWln in inWashington InWashington inWashington
Washington has been regarded as a mod model model ¬
el throughout the country and many manyschool manysehool manyschool
school boards have Ita patterned after a ttt It ItThe ItThe itThe
The plumbing in our schools is of the thehighest thehighest thehighest
highest standard and much of the plumb plumbing plumbIng plumblag ¬
ing apparatus invented by District oft officials ofitdaIs oftdais ¬
daIs has been adopted by the school schoolboards scbooiboards schoolhoards
boards of New Ne York Philadelphia BaItS Baltimore BaItSmorf Baitimore ¬
more and many other large cities citiesThe clUesThe citiesThe
The situation tuaUoNi that exist here are not notsimilar DOtsimilar notsimilar
similar to those of a more Northern cli climate climate climate ¬
mate Dr Chancellor has recommended recommendedthat recommendMI recommendedthat
I that light Il and air be admitted only from fromone fromone
lone one side of a room As the schools do donot donot donot
not close e until the latter tter part of June Junethis Junetbis Junethis
this recommendation if adopted would wouldresult wo kl klresult ki kiresult
result in discomfort to the children and andteachers aadtpachers andteachers
teachers and make ventilation e tJoft impossi impossible impendble ¬
ble j jRecalls
Recalls the ItrowitHVillc Affair AffairEditor A1TnfrEditor AffairEditor
Editor W wuUvtat Herald HenMThe HeraWThe HeraldThe
The Incident of the colored soldiers soldiersgoing sokUelllgoing soldiersgoing
going off 0 < on a rampage ram e down in Browns Brownsville Brownsyule ¬
I yule TeL Tex and the drastic action of ofPresident orPrSldent ofPresident
President Roosevelt Roo in dismissing uwlth uwlthout with without witbout ¬
out honor three companies of said sol soldiers 801tHen soldiers ¬
diers recalls a somewhat similar lad tnddent Incident laddent ¬
dent that th t occurred out in the wilds of ofNevada ofXevada ofNevada
Nevada In the summer tmet of 1S 1 The United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStaten
States government was U transporting transportingtroops transportmtroops transportingtroops
troops over the Union and Central Pacific Pacificrailroads Pacificrailroads Pacftcrailroads
railroads on their way to the Philip Philippines PhlHppll1e Philippines ¬
pines A regiment of colored soldiers die were weresidetracked woeresidetracked weresidetracked
sidetracked at a little village vtl called Love Lovelocks Lovelocks Lovelocks ¬
locks waiting for a train to pass A Acrowd Acrowd Acrowd
crowd of the privates went over to a sa saloon saloon saloon ¬
loon in the town some trouble arose and andthe andthe andthe
the proprietor of the saloon was as murdered murderedin
in cold blood The county officers held the thetrain thetratn thetrain
train up for some fifteen or twenty hours hourstrying hourstrying hourstrying
trying to find the culprit but mum wa wathe wu wuthe wasthe
the word among the whole trainload and andthe andthe andthe
the guilty one escaped
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G W v JIcCQRD JIcCQRDWashington rcCORD1Yashlngton zcoirnWashington
Washington November NovemberA 1S 1SA 15 15A
A Washington VaHhin ton Enterprise EnterpriseDid EntcrprlscDId EnterpriseDid
Did you know that the San Juan Bau Bautlsta Bautlsta Bantista
tlsta Mining Ju1Dg Co owning twentytwo of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the most famous of the historic mines of ofMexico ofMedeo ofMexico
Mexico is I a a Washington 1Yuhln concern Learn Learnthe Learnthe Learnthe
the names U lIes of the prominent business bu lnfss men menof mfnot meno1
of Washington Wa hington who are directors and oft officers o oce oftcern ¬
cern ce L18o also see the th exhibit in S S T Stott Stotts Stottsi Stottawlnt4ow s swindow
i window wlnt4ow under the National ationai Hotel
GOOD WORD FOR HOUMANIAIts ROUMANIA
Its It People Are AreIfzPPY Ilnppy and the Conn Conntrp Conntrp Countrp
trp Prosperous ProsperousEditor ProsperouBdUor Prosperousliitcr
Editor WMUsgtea Herald HeraldA IIera1dA HeraldA
A news item In The Herald for Sun Sunday Sunday Sunday ¬
day had a headline that might give a awrong awroot awrong
wrong impression lon The Item referred to towas 10was towas
was in regard to an acquittal of a mur murderer murdrrer murderer ¬
derer In Roumanla and the headline Im Implied Implted mlplied ¬
plied that he was acquitted because the theman theman theman
man killed had invented a laborsaving laborsavingdevice laborsavlngdtTIe laborsavingdevice
device with the Inference that ingenuity ingenuityand Ingenuityand Ingenuityand
and progress s are at a discount in Rou Houmania Roumania Roumania
mania maniaI
I know nothing of the merits of the thecase thecase thecase
case in question but I am fairly fair well ac acquainted acquainted acqusinted ¬
quainted with this progressive country countryand countryand countryand
and its energetic people and can say that thatIn thatIn thatin
In no country In Europe is there a n greater greaterappreciation grenterappreetaUon greaterappreciation
appreciation of genius skill and enter enterprise entcrprl enterptlie ¬
prise than in this part of the Balkan Balkanpeninsula Balkanpeninsula Balkanpeninsula
peninsula American machinery Is widely widelyused widelyused widelyused
used and our manufacturers are glad to tosend toaend tosend
send their machinery to Rounmnla be because becauae because ¬
cause they the know hzm that It will bo skillfully skillfullyhandled skillfullyhandled skillfullyhandled
handled and bring credit to the maker makerIt makerIt makerIt
It is well ell known to all exporters that the theRoumanian theRoumaniAn theRoumanian
Roumanian is by nature a mechanic and andlooks undJooks andlooks
looks with favor upon every ingenious de device dovice ¬
vice that he finds ftnd Moreover labor Is not notso notso
so plentiful that any fear is felt that thatwork thutwork thatwork
work can lose Its value by the introduc introduction Introduction introduction ¬
tion of machinery The country countr is pros prosperous prosperous ¬
perous the people are happy hRPP and the theonly thponl7 theonly
only cloud upon upon their horizon IB the poor poorhealth poorhealth poorhealth
health of their king J II GORE GORENovember GORENovember CORENovember
November 19 1 1906 1906CHRISTIAN 100sCHRISTIAN 1DMCHRISTIAN
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SCIENCEA SCIENCEUCII
A Reply UCII to Dr Winbislcr lnlI lcr l l1 y 3Ir 1 Ed Edward Ednrtl Eu Euwnrtl ¬
ward nrtl E Xonvood XonvoodEditor lorootlFAitw 1orvoouIhitter
Editor WMhfcwtM W Henrid HenridPlease UtraldPIeaae HraldPlease
Please allow me space In your good goodpaper goodpaper goodpaper
paper to answer the main points noted In Inyour Inyour iiiyour
your review of Dr WInWglcrs attack attackon
on Christian Science and Its leader I re regret reret regret ¬
gret < ret that he begins by using the thread threadbare threadbare threadbare ¬
bare statement refuted time and time timeagain timeIn timeagain
again In That it is unchristian and unsci unscientific u unscientic licl liclenUftc ¬
entific His statement that Christian ChristianScience ChrlstlnnScience ChristianScience
Science is not Christian simply means meansthat mftutllthat meansthat
that It d 1eS > e es not agree a ee with his peculiar peculiarviews I peculiarviews tdta1 tdta1views
views of Christianity There may be bemembers bemembera bemembers
members of his own church who differ differwith differwith differwith
with him also Hundreds from his denom denomination denomInation denominatloit ¬
ination have come Into Christian Science Scienceand SeleuceaacI Scienceand
and this may throw some sOme light lI ht on the thesubject thesubject thesubject
subject Christian Science is compassion compassionate eomIMtSSionate ¬
ate ate helpful and regenerative and more 1C1eover moreover j jover
over it follows f < Uow Christs commands prac practically PrACtlcally practicaily ¬
tically hence we believe it to be Chris Christton Cbrl CbrltIon Christion
tIon As to Dr Wfts W fs assertion Uon that thatIt thatIt thatIt
It te unscientific its correctness depends dependsentirely tIepend8enUreI7 dependsentirety
entirely upon his ability to demonstrate it itOne itOnt itOne
One might well ask how many man sick folk folkhas tolkhas folkhas
has he healed as a demonstration of ofhis othta ofhis
his understanding of Christianity Count Countless Countleu Countless ¬
less thousands testify to the dejmmiitra dejmmiitraUwns demon denwnstralions tra traUuns
lions made according a illlr to the principle and andruin utdn antirule
ruin n l of Christian Science in being raised raisedfrom raisedCrom raisedfrom
from dying beds socalled Incurable or organic orPQic orgak ¬
ganic diseases clhlea of false appetites destroy destroyed dtStroyN destroyei ¬
ed and many other ways So we e believe believeit
it to be a demonstrable science by those thosewho t twho thosewho
who having studied it are thus capable capableof
of judging His allegation that Christian ChristianScience CbTl ChristianScience itlan itlanC <
Science C Is pantheism is incredible to an anintelligent anInld1Icent anintelligent
intelligent reader for the Book is an IIansweruble un unanswerable naanaweruble ¬
answerable refutation tvtatloa of pantheism pantheismwhile pltntbettHnwbUe pantheismwhile
while the added statement that it is isOrientalism tsQrle1U1U IsQrieiuailsm
Orientalism Qrle1U1U ir r Theo Theosephy cpby pby Is equally crro crroneuiis mon erreflcuUS
neuiis n U8 since nee these teachings tMchl are shoe absolutely aoolutely shoelately ¬
lutely antipodal to Christian Science Let Letme LetJDtI Ietme
me very ry briefly consider the flue funda fundamental fqn4amental usda usdamental ¬
mental things that he sees in Science Sciencean ScIeDeeaM Scienceand
aM an Health
1 There is no matter matterIt JDIlUerIt matterIt
It is well to note that the Scripture Scripturehave Scrfpturebave Scriptureshave
have quite as little respect r t for matter matterI as asMrs asMrs
Mrs I Eddy Jesus himself said uIt It is the thespirit thesplrlt thespirit
spirit that qulckeneth the flesh profiteth profitethnot JMOft protethnothing elh elhnot
not nothing king We might ask uk How much muchnothlnc is isnothing Isnothing
nothing and what is the origin of that thatwhich thatwhich thatwhich
which is altogether alt thft unprofitable Chris Christian CbrtaUan ChrisUsa ¬
Usa Science agrees a with Ilh Paul The TIIelhnp Thethings i ithings
things which are seen material phe phenomena pMnomena ph phnomena ¬
nomena are temporal temporalvery very real to the thesenses theeUleS thesenses
senses but being beIa no real part JM t of spirits spiritsspiritual splrtt splrttspiritual spiritsspiritual
spiritual NaUonTbere reatkm seestionThere
2 There is no Individual mind mindChristian mindCbrlstlalt mindChristine
Christian Science again agrees a with withPaul wtthPaul withPaul
Paul to have that mind which wac also alsoin A AIn alsoin
in Christ Jesus Jeauathe the one Infinite eternal eternalmind eterMtmtad ujteraImind
mind God whom every child of God re reflects reo reo6ects reliects ¬
flects 6ects and who is the mfo4 mhnd of each cia ciaJust on onjust one onejust
just as there is but one sun though all allenjoy allI allenjoy
I enjoy Its light ht and heat
3 There Is no evil evilDoes eYl1Doea erILDoes
Does Dr Winbigler put himself ON rec record reeord recoid ¬
ord as believing bellev in the reality and power powerrf pcnerof power0f
< of rf that which Jesus termed a liar ami amithe amithe andthe
the father of it We W e speak of darkness darknessas
as the absence of light Is darkness darkreality a areality areality
reality Darkness is not something sometb but butthe butthe butthe
the want of something lM thlur So evil vU should be beunderstood beunclel8tOOCl beunderstood
understood as the absence a e of God error errorthe errorthe errorthe
the want of truth sickness I the lack of ofhealth 0healtb ofhealth
health The denial of matter in Christian ChristianScience Chrl ChristinaScience ttlut ttlutSclence
Science does not mean the denial of ores creation enatlOR orestion ¬
tion but a dental that it is what it seems seemsto IeCtmsto seemsto
to be to the uneducated human mind or orthat orthat orthat
that Quality of understanding that does doesnot doesnot doesnot
not receive it from a spiritual viewpoint viewpointi
I i There is no personal pefOfta I God GodMrs GodJirs GodMrs
Mrs Eddy Edd teaches that God is the in infinite inftnlte infinite ¬
finite Person on personal in its highest highestsense htghestRWIe highestsense
sense but not in any humanized lower lowersense lower8eJUte lowersense
sense and upon reflection Dr Winbigler Winbiglerwould Winblglerwould Winbiglerwould
would perhaps agree a with 1tb her heri herThe
5 i The Bible does not mean what it itcays ItEa Itrays
rays caysSuch Ea raysSuch a afoucb
Such an assumption is entirely entlrel unwar unwarranted unwarranted unwarranted ¬
ranted for Science and Health teaches te cllft no nosuch 1Msuch nosuch
such thing thl We Ve are exhorted to seek and andfind andOnd andfad
find the spiritual meaning 111MB In thus agreeing agreeingwith agrcetnwith agreeingwith
with our Master The letter killeth the thespirit tlIespirit thespirit
spirit giveth vetb life md < nd those who have havecarefully havecar havecarefully
carefully car full studied stucll the Scriptures in the thelight theUI thelight
light UI It of Christian Science Sc ce have joyfnlly joyfnllyfound j9yfnnfound Joyfidlyfound
found them to be indeed a new book bookfrosh brJUkfrsh bookfresh
fresh from Gods hand and their meaning meaningunfolded moonn moonnunfolded moanIngunfolded
unfolded and mad made < r practical practicalThe practlclThe practk1The
The Christian Scientist recognizes recogniz the thematerial them3teml thematerial
material Trcnomena called disease desig designates desl deslNltes desigmites ¬
mites it by the same name which others othersapply othersapply otherapply
apply to It grapples with it and over overcomes o overcomes r rI ¬
I comes it Intelligently and like other otherpreachers othepnachers otherprtacher
preachers of the gospel t08 l accepts a small smallfee smallfee smallfee
fee for his services although he does not notexact notoxact notexact
exact It ItEven iL iLEven ItEven
Even If our critics statement were true truethat truethat truethat
that Mrs rs Eddy has made an immense immensefortune Immenseftrume Immensefortum
fortune through Christian Science she shewould sheWIoold shetould
would deserve d e It for her lifelong toll tolland tonand tolland
and relfsacrlfice for humanity bumanit and the thestatement thestatement thestatement
statement that th tt her writings are plagiar plagiarisms pl8giar1sJt8 piaglar1sns ¬
isms of Dr Quimby has been settled by bythe b bth bythe
the th United States court in Boston and andare an anar andare
are ar a matter of record there thereWere thtreWere thereWere
Were the statement to be made m de thai thaithe thttthe thatthe
the teachings t blnp of the Baptist denomina denomination denonsination enomlnntlon ¬
tion tend to disregard di rgard morals m rals and a moral morallife momlUre morallife
life Dr Wlnbigier Wln er would ju jU5dy = cly be In Incensed Inc IlLceased ¬
censed c nsed yet et such a statement would be bejust beJust bejust
just ae true when applied to his church churchas churchU churchas
as t te Christian Science and he knows it itIt IL ILIt itIt
It is absolutely ab erroneous unwarranted unwarrantedand unwnrranWdand unwarrantedand
and unjust unjustIf UAjustIf unjustIf
If the closing clo lng sentence of the review be betrue betrue betrue
true namely That Dr WInblglers book bookis bookIs bookis
is strongly written and a powerful pre presentation presentation prosentation ¬
sentation from his point of view Iew I can canbut canbut canbut
but add that the weak attacks are to be bepitied bepttkod bepitied
pitied for this book falls of Its own ownweight o ownweight n nweifbt
weight Wou Would d he not have done God Godbetter Godbetter Godbetter
better service rvice hy h preaching the gospel to tohis tohis tohis
his flock following his Masters dual in injunction InjUlICtlon injunction ¬
junction the two commands always to together tosethtr togather ¬
gather uPr Preach ach the gospel and heal the thetek theaIck theaick
aIck tek BDWAKD H H NORWOOD NORWOODWashington OnWOOD1rashlJQton OItWOoDWashington
Washington November 18 18Clmiicellor 1SChanccllor 13Chancellor
Chancellor Is Attacked AttackedThe AttucliCtlThe AttackedThe
The policies of Superintendent of ofSchOOI ofSchOOICha Schools SchoolsChancellor Sehool SehoolChancellor
Chancellor Cha eellor were bitterly bltterl attacked last lastnight lustnight lastnight
night at a public mass meeting held In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the Second Baptist Church colored for forthe forthe forthe
the purpose of discueetn discussing school affairs affairsIn affairsIn affairsIn
In speaking of Supt Chancellors cx expressed cxpr cxpressed ¬
pressed pr wish Ish that the present agitation agitationcease agltatfonce agitationcease
cease and the matter be allowed to drop dropRev dropRev dropRev
Rev S L L Corrothers declared that It Itwas Itwas Itwas
was the desire of the Citizens Committee Committeethat Committeethat Committeethat
that the affair be closed as soon as pos possible posalbie peasible ¬
sible but that such a result r ult could only onlybe onlybe onlybe
be attained by Sir Ir Chancellors resig resignation resignation resignation ¬
nation from office officeGo offlceGo officeGo
Go to J II Bnschcr Center Market MarketIth Marketkit Inrk t
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Ith si Sot wing for the finest cuts of N yRoasts Y YBoasts YBoasts
Boasts and other meats
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I H house llerrrnann llerrrnannCOR rm1n
COR 7 7t EYZ REE7SA
IGNORED BY jiEE DISTRICT i IREFUL IREFULAngry IREFULAngry IREFULAngry
Angry South Washington Citizens CitizensDemand CitizensDemand CitizensDemand
Demand Attention Att ntion to Complaints ComplaintsAssociation ComplaintsASIIocfutlon ComplaintsAssociation
Association Will Try Tr A AJnlll jnin and Sub Submit Suh111ft Subnut ¬
nut Grievance Ancnt Encrouch EncrouchnicntM EncrouchDlcntK Encroachntcnts
nicntM of Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaMembers JPcnn4hunlnMemlHra 1cnnsy1itninMembers
Members of Ute South Washington ton Cit Citiiens Cttlaens Citizena
iiens Association at their meeting last lastnicht IaatDleht lastnight
night said they were not receiving just justtreatment justtrealmeat justtreatment
treatment at the bands of the District of officials offtclala ofIlciala ¬
ficials to whom they have submitted com complaints compIaIu cothplaints ¬
plaints pIaIu about the condition of the street streetof treeBat streetsof >
of that section caused eCl by the changing of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the grade rade of the Pennsylvania Railroad RailroadDr RaIlroadDr RailroadDr
Dr Millard F Thompson a submitted the thereport thereport thereport
report of his last conference with the of officials offtclals oflbclals ¬
ficials of the Engineer eer Commissioners CoauII of office 0 0ce oflice ¬
lice which bleb he said was 1 u far from satisfac satisfactory satisfactory tlatac tlatactory ¬
tory Their attention was called e2 lied he said saidto aldto saidto
to the retaining wall o oC the railroad on onSixth ORStxth onSixth
Sixth street between Virginia avenue and andC andC andC
C street which it is alleged a1I is encroach encroaching eacroacbla encroachbeg ¬
beg la upon the building buttdt lines of the adjacent adjacentproperty adjacentpropertT adjacentproperty
property propertyI
I was told said Dr Thompson u by an anofilcial ano anollbcial
ofilcial o lcta1 that I was wasting not only hit hittime hittime hi hitime
time but my 111 own in waiting to confer conferwith COftIerIih coolerwith
with Iih him neon the subject subjectPresident aubjectPraidentW subjectPresident
President PraidentW W H Church appointed the thefollowing Utefollowin thefollowing
following < committee to call upon Engineer EDsaaeerCotumbaloMr EngineerCommissioner agIneerCommissioner
Commissioner Biddte e and confer eo with him himregarding Wiltn himregarding
regarding n ntln < the conditions of Southwest SouthwestWashington SoathweetWUblnlJton SouthwestWashington
Washington Dr M t F Thompson R R H HJohnson HJohuon HJohnson
Johnson J 7 T Wright Charles Schafer SchaferJoseph ScbaferJoepb SchaferJoseph
Joseph Williams WI1IIa John Owen T C Ste Stevenson Ste Steve Stevenson ¬
venson ve MII and W H Church ChurchMembers ChurchMembers ChurchMembers
Members of the association asserted a that thatby tbatby thatby
by the erection 8 siectIOrL 1on of the wall which they call callthe callthe callthe
the Chinese Wall Wan they were practically practicallyburied practicallyburled practicallyburied
buried buriedThe burledTIle buriedThe
The question of damages resulting < to tocussed 0tIIOPefty toproperty
property frOlll changes lit grade wu CIs CIsc dl dlcted
cussed c and it was suggested 8Q11P bMl that if the theclaims tbeclaims theclaim
claims were not satisfactorily adjusted adjwltedthat adjustedthat adjustedthat
that the members of the association a80ClatlDltblne ewn ewnbine esatbins
bins their cases and appeal P l them te the thecourt tbecourt thecourt
court for settlement settlementLOCAL aettlementLOCAL settlementLOCAL
LOCAL MENTION MENTIONAJIUSK3IBXTS MENTIONAUSEtgPS
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Yonll get pro good od Bread fresh from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the oven ov n every e ry day when you OU order orderHolmes orderHolmes orderholmes
Holmes genuine homemade MHV MHVed MilkBread Milk MilkDlt8d
Bread It 18 the best and purESt product productoC
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Park P rk Hotel Winter Garden Gardet1u Gardet1uathskeUet Rathskeller RathskellerX athskeUetN
N Y ave and nd 11th st t F Endrees JWlUreea Prop PropAfter PropHer PropAfter
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ing tO to The Delmar 5r 23i 1it 1th stJ4S sLt4 F FsL Fst
st sL The b beet t goods the market affords affordsForcRt a affordsForest ords ordsForc
Forest Forc t Tar Drops DropsFor DroPK DroPKFor DropsFor
For sale by all druggists druggistsLoans d druggistsLoans sts stslonnN
Loans on Furniture are easily caHU ob obtained obtalne obtahied ¬
tained talne at th the very lowest rale from the theColumbia theColumbia theColumbia
Columbia Guarantee Co 13 F st st nw nwAVhy nwby nwWhy
Why by Pay Pn 72 1 2 > for or Coal CoalWhen ConIYh CoalWhen
When Yh < n you can get It for tSJO iU Join the theRochdale theRochdale theRoebtiale
Rochdale Cooperative Society and save save35c save35c save35c
35c on every ton you ou buy Offices 68 G Gilt Giltnw st stJon atnw
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Jon Phillip wishes to notify notlf his lilwcustomers 111Meu hiscustomers
customers eu tomers that on and alter November 20 20his 20his G Ghis
his ORIGINAL Sausage will in be 26 cents centsper cenbsper centsper
per pound and will w J thank them for future futurepatronage t futurepatronage ture turepatrormse
patronage patronageAll patronageLihl
All kinds J hl ofttelicIonH of delicious foods made madeins madcof madeof
of of fr fruits ttaln grains ins ns and vegetables The TheKeep ThoHysienlc TheHygienic
Hygienic Dining n00 ROOLU1 1 1 G st stecp t tIcep
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J J Georges Son Inc Foot Special Specialists SpecialIsts < l lists ¬
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4 1 cans < Corn Sc 4 qts q Beans 26c X cans cansSuccotash can canSu cansSuccotash
Succotash Su tash i5c K c J T D Pyles Stores in including Including ineluding ¬
cluding ltd La ave aveC aveC aveC
C A aiurtdiman t Co GIG 12th at atHeadquarters 8tHeadquarters atHeadquarters
Headquarters for all Welebach goods drop droplights droplights droplights
lights rubber tubing tubln tnblnggaa gas globes lamps lampsnelsincerH lamplRclJliln lampsRelaingers
nelsincerH RclJliln erH Ice Cream is absolutely absolutelypure nlJJmlntelpurc also1ittcI also1ittcIpure
pure 1 1 gal ite gal 235 G Main 21S7 21S7Celery 1t7 1t7Celer 7d7Celery
Celery Celer Kings KIiiRsWe liln KingsWe s sWe
We sell to wholesale whole ale trade wily I Let et us ushave ushave u uhave
have your orders for or Thanksgiving Celery CeleryFinest CeleryF1nest CeleryFinest
Finest goods at lowest low prices pricesHdtmuiler
Hdtmuiler Helder HelderHerald HelderHernld HeiderHerald
Herald Want ant Ads Adswillbereflelved Adswill Adawill
willbereflelved will berlfetved at Campbell Pharmacy PharmacyI7lh Pharmacy17th Pharmacy11th
I7lh street and Park road and promptly promptlyforwarded promptlyorwarded promptlyforwarded
forwarded to the main office
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RUGS HAVE HAVETHE I ITHE
THE FLOOR FLOORIts =
Its a happy feature fe ture for forbuyers forbuyers D I
buyers to be able ble to get gethandsome gethandsome I Ihandsome
handsome results in Rugs Rugsand Rugsand I Iand
and at t real actual money moneysaving moneysaving moneysaving
saving Theres a superior superiorbeauty superiorbeauty I Ibeauty
beauty in our entire stock stockof stockof I
of both Rugs and Carpets Carpetsthe Carp Carpetsthe ts lt
the quality color designs designsand designsand I Iand
and general effects are rich richhandsome richhandsome richhandsome I
handsome and represent representmuch representmuch representmuch
much care and skill both in inthe inthe inthe
the making and in the se selecting seJecting selectmg ¬
lecting lectingWe JectingWenrecontinunllytumb
We Wenrecontinunllytumb are continually tumb tumbling tumblingdown ¬ mf mfling
ling lingdown down prices pricesofall of all grades gradesof gradesof gradesof
of floor coverings for our ourcustomers ourcustomers ii
customers benefits benefitsto to en enable enable enable ¬
able you to beautify that thathome thathome JIn I
home For a bright cheer cheerful cheerLu ¬ III
ful Lu home makes mak life blithe blithesome
some II
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NO IIOIIOCOMPANYWINSPRIZE IIOIIOCOMPANYWINSPRIZECapt 10 COMPANY WINS PRIZE PRIZECapt PRIZEI PRIZECapt I
Capt Charles E Schroms Men Make MakeBest MakeBest MakeBest
Best Showing ShowingTheir ShowingTheIr ShowingTheir
i iCondition ICondition
Their Engine I1n lnc House Kept In seat AcatCondition ent
Condition and Firemen Show ShowHigh ShowJlIg1t ShowhUgh
High Grade of Efficiency BflicicncyAs Bmclcnc BmclcncAs
As the result of the annual Inspection Inspectionof
of the fire ft department by a committee mlttee of ofcitisens ofcitizens
citizens the prise fag offered ered by Commis Commissioner Commlsslooer Commisabner ¬
I
sioner Macfariand to the company din displaying dls dlspNt7lng dinplaying ¬
playing tb the greatest J1eat t merit was this year yearawarded yearawarded ear earaorded
awarded to Engine Company No 10 10Charles 10Charl 10Charles
Charles Charl E Schrom captain in charge lo located located 10cated ¬
cated on Maryland avenue between Thir Thirteenth Thirteenth Thirteenth ¬
teenth and Fourteenth streets northeast northeastThe DOrtheatThe northeastThe
The committee which consisted of ofThomas ofThomas ofThomas
Thomas Bryan Huyek W Riley Deeble Deebleand DHbleaDd Deebleand
and L L S Frtstoe said 141 of the winning winningcompany winningcompany winningcorn
company companyBesides companyuneldea corn
cornBeskles
Besides giving vIn one of o the best perform performances perConnanca perfortnances ¬
ances in responding to the alarm and andIRK go going golug ¬
IRK into action the blab his standard set by bythis byI bythis
I this comany eom 7 in the care and attention attentionto
to their houses horses honee harness and appa apparatus apparat apparatus ¬
rat ratus and themselves and the patent pride prtfieof prl prideof e elor
lor of the oJRcers and men in everything rythlD de deserves de de8UVN doserves ¬
serves our highest commendation and andworUl hi hiworthy isworthy
worthy worUl of emulation by the other com companies companiea coinjanlos ¬
panies of the department H t The house housewhile hoaewhile housewhile
while not as new as many T being built in
1904 Is 1 a a model of neatness nea and attractive attractiveness attractlvad attractivesees ¬
ness and the living quarters are as good gooda poeta4l goodas
a a4l many private residences reeIdeftceLTIM residencesllie residencesThe
The walls were all carefully painted paintedthe patutedUle paintedthe
the halts neatly carpeted wen kept plants plantswere plutawere plantswere
were in some of the rooms roonae aad the color colorscheme coloracbeme colorscheme
scheme was particularly noticeable all of ofthis oftl ofthis
this ll work work we were ere Informed having < been beendone beendone beendone
done by the members of the company companyAt COIIIPUlyAt cosnpenyAt
At some of the houses bo there there were evi evidences e erIdeuces 1 1or ¬
deuces of overnight or other very recent recentpreparations recentMepara recentpropsratiosis
preparations Mepara Uoaa but b it was U evident that No Nobad Nobeen Nohad
bad been in a state of preparation tIoD for forweeks forWMIts forwehs
weeks or even months monthsThe monthsrhs tba tbanae
The captain has his men thonugfaly thonugfalyMsctpUn tJIonaPlyclclpUMd therougiulydisciplined
MsctpUn disciplined and the contfwet record If f the thecompany beeoBI thecomny
company eoBI ADy Is perfect nerfectEngine lMItectuIne perfectEngire
Engine Company No li I Charts R RKuhns R RXUbu RKuhns
Kuhns captain at Washington W and andPierce anjPIefte andPierce
Pierce streets Anacostia was a very verydose veryclose
dose second second their performance perf ce appear appearance appearsacs r ranee ¬
sacs of o men menJlquarten quarters and apparatus be being be beof beof ¬
ing of the highest b1 betrt order and they had a aperfect afeet aperfect
perfect feet record for conductHonorable conduct conducLHonorable conductHonorable
Honorable mention m UOn is given to the fol following 101lo1ag following ¬
lowing companies Engine Company No NoI
17 I August A L > Grimm captain Engine EngineCompany Ea32neCompany g1ne g1neCompany
Company No 9 Andrew Buscber cap captate captala captabs
tate Engine Company No 3 3 Charles B BProctor B BProctor BProctor
Proctor captain Truck Company H HJacob HJaeob HJacob
Jacob Stulv captain Engine De Company CompanyNo CompauyNo4 CompanyNo
No No4 4 J T Rossiter captain captainIn captainIn
In In making < the inspection pecUon like consider consideration CODaIderaUoa consideratloit ¬
ation was given to the speed acd effi efficiency eftIclency elScIenc ¬
ciency cIenc in the response to the alarm alarmthe alarmtile alarmthe
the speed and efficiency of getting t1DC into intoaction IntoAellon Intoaction
action the appearance manors and anddiscipline u4dlaclpllne anddiscipline
discipline of the men the condition of ofharness ofhamea ofharness
harness horses ho and apparatus apparat the condi condition condition condidon ¬
tion of the houses and premises general generally ¬
ly and the conduct record recordCommissioner reconICotl1JDbwner recordCommissioner
Commissioner Xacfarland has not yet yetdetermined yetdetennlnd yetdetermined
determined upon the th date of presentation presentationof
of the flag flagEXECUTES fiabEXECUTES flagEXECUTES
EXECUTES DEED OF TRUST TEUSTProperly TRUSTPropcrty TRUSTProperty
Properly nt Fourteenth nnd nndStreets F FStreets
Streets to Be Improved ImprovedA
A deed of trust for OMQ OOI has hu ha been beenptaced beenplaced
placed on the property at the corner of ofF ofF
F and Fourteenth streets tr ts to provide providefunds JMO1cIefunds providefunds
funds with itb which to erect the building buildingproposed bu bupropo buildingproposed
proposed ec1 on the site of the old Dr DrRitchie DrRltehle DrRitchie
Ritchie Stone home recently sold at J a asquare asquare asquare
square foot The deed wa was executed by byGeorge byGeor byGeorge
George Geor H Higher Hj and Frances N Rig Hlgbee IDCb Rigbee
bee b his wife to secure the Fidelity Ja lty Trust TrustCompany TrustComptlRY TrustCompany
Company of Philadelphia PhiladelphiaTwo PblladelphlaTwo PhIladelphiaTwo
Two hundred bonds of UW 1 Llii each were wereexecuted wereexecuted wereexecuted
executed with Ith the deed of trust trust payable payableNovember payableNonmber payableNovember
November 15 1 hIS The loan is payable payableIn
In semiannual installments ADd bears bearsInterest bearsIntere bearsInterest
Interest t at 5 per cent centThe centTbe centThe
The transaction traJL < ctlon is executed through the theUnion theUnion theUnion
Union Trust Company Comp ny of this city cityGeorge citYGeorge cityGeorge
George H Higbee is a a Boston Bost n Investor Investorwho luvutorwhO investorwho
who bought the Stone house a a few weeks weeksago weeksago weeksago
ago and he has plans for the erection on onthe ODthe onthe
the property of a new office building buildingWorkmen buneltR buneltRWorkmen buildingWorkmen
Workmen began several days d ago a to de demolish de demolish tiemolish ¬
molish the old house and clear UK lot lotfor lotfor lotfor
for excavation excavationChurch ErtCa excavationChurch va don donChurch
Church Bazaar Draws Crorrd CrorrdA
A large and enthusiastic crowd last lastnight JamnIght lastnight
night attended the opening of the bazaar bazaarin DazaarIn bzarin
in behalf of the new building for Holy HolyTrinity HolyTrinity HolyTrinity
Trinity School at the hail ballTblt ThIrtysLxth ThIrtysLxthand Thirtysixthanti II th thand
and N streets northwest t The proceeds proceedsare
are to be used in erecting erecU a new struc structure MJUCture structore ¬
ture on the site which was occupied by bythe bythe bythe
the first frep fre school of Washington Wuhi on in in17S7 1D1m In1s7
17S7 The affair was opened with a brief briefaddress briefRtIdre briefaddress
address RtIdre by John H Doyle president of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Society of SL St Vincent de Paul of ofTrinity orTrinity ofTrinity
Trinity Church ChurchAncient ChurchAnclcnt ChurchAncient
Ancient Capital of the West IVcxtDid WestDid VCJltDid
Did you y yo know that the city of San Juan JuanBautista JuanB JuanBautistaonce
Bautista B utlstaonce once the capital of half of pres present present present ¬
ent Mexico and onethird of the United UnitedStates UnitedStatC8wu UnitedStstcswus
States StatC8wu was an immense Mining Mlnln Camp sup supported supported > up upported ¬
ported wholly by b the mines now owned by bytho bytho bythe
tho San S n Juan Bautista Mining Co See SeeWards SeeIds SeeiVartVs
Wards Ids History of Mexico in Congression Congressional ¬
al Library and exhibit in window of S T TStott TSlott TStott
Stott Druggist under the National N Uonal Hotel HotelAnalyzed HotelAnahzetl HotelAnalyzed
Analyzed Alleged Booze ooze Drops DropsHealth DrolulHealth DropsHealth
Health Officer W C Woodward yester yesterday yesterday jesterday ¬
day announced that he will probably com complete complete cornplete ¬
plete today the analysis of o the boom uboozedroptJ booaedrops boomdrops
drops which it is alleged certain store storekeepers storelceepers storekeepers ¬
keepers have ha ve sold to the children of the theCentral theCentral theCentral
Central High School SchoolSale SchoolSale SchoolSale
Sale of Desirable Furniture today totln totln1Q
10 a m including Laces Crockery Crockc Bed BedSets BcdSets BedSets
Sets Wardrobes Chiffoniers Bookcases BookcasesBrass BookcailesBrnM BookcasesBrass
Brass and Enamel Beds BOOs Antique Mahog Mahogsmy 1Iahogrn MahogxrnyP1eces
smy rn xrnyP1eces Pieces anu Oriental Rugs 1410 1 H st stnw st stnw atnw
nw Brown 6 Tolson Auctioneers Au t1oneCr
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from MAX ERNST 46 East 14th St New York YorkCity YorkCity
City We bought them 40 per cent below whole wholesale WhOlesale wholesale ¬
sale price priceAU All clothing has union label labelEXTRAORDiNARY labelEXTRARARY
EXTRAORDiNARY BARGAIN SALE
Mens Fine Cassimere and andChejt andChejtOfrcoats Cheviot CheviotOvercoats ChvjotOvercoats
Overcoats and Suits SultsmaM matte in all the thelatest thelattst thelatest
latest styles S You cannot cannotbuy eft A > Q Qbuy
irs DJK DJKder
I buy them at wholesale un under J Jder tlt4 98
der 80 850 O Sale price priceWorth priceWorth J1 J1Vorth
Worth 856 856Lot 850 850Lot O OLot
Lot of Finest Silk or Satin Lined LinedSuits LinedSuits LinedSuits
Suits or Overcoats single singleor 8lngl 8lnglor
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finest and most desirable brick and stone residences in this thisfashionable thisfashionable thisfashionable
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and diningroom paneled in oak oakwide wide oak stairs stairsfront stairsfrontand stairsfrontand front frontand
and rear rearcdlar cellar under entire house houseceiling ceifing plastered plasteredguaranteed plastered plasteredguaranteed plaster1guaranteed
guaranteed hotwater heating plant plantEntire plantEntire plantEntire
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AETNABANKER5AREIMCTED AETNABANKER5AREIMCTEDGrand AETNABANKERS AEThA BANKERS ARE INDICTED IRDIOTEDGrand I II IGrand I
Grand Jury Charges Conspiracy in inSeparate inSeparate I
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John T lions lion Accused of False Pre PreteiiKex PretenflcIllcgnl PretensesIllegal
teiiKex tenflcIllcgnl Illegal Incorporation ol olCompanies orCompnnlei ofCompanies
Companies Chief Allegation AllegationAboer AllegationAbner 1leoationIbaer
Aboer B B I Ctem Clements nt farmer r cutter of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Aetna Banking BaJt and Trust Company Companyof
of Butte Mont John T Hong Hoa assistant assistantcxabfer a lstanteaahIer assistantcashier
cashier of the same Institution and in incnarge incbarge Incharge
charge of its Washington 1Vaab DltOll branch and andEvefeth andEeletb andErdeth
Evefeth W MCCOrmICk of o this thIadty city were wereyefterday weretounlay wereyesterday
yesterday Indicted by the grand jury for forconspiracy forconspIfacy forconsplacy
conspiracy McCormick entered a a plea of ofnet ofnet ofact
net guilty pitt with the privilege to withdraw wttMnrethe wItJMlntwth withdrawthe
the th plea and enter a demurrer in thirty thirtydays thirtyA thirtydays
days daysA daysA
A separate indictment was also returned returnedagainst ret1tntedQa1at returnedagainst
against Mr Hong Hoa for false pretenses pretensesThe JXeteDlieSThe pretensesThe
The conspiracy indictment l tmeRt is in two twocounts twoCOtiIIt8 twocounts
counts one one charging conspiracy to de defraud de defaD4l dofraud ¬
fraud the other by unlawfully procuring procuringin preeurinin
in the District of Columbia charters for forcorporations foroorlaora forearporations
corporations oorlaora o and the other for con conspiracy conspiracy conspiracy ¬
spiracy to commit the crime of obtain obtaining obtainID obtainlag ¬
lag ID charters from the United States by byfalse byfJa byfalse
false pretenses Under Un er the law Ia in force forcein torcein forcein
in the District of Columbia March 15 15 JS06 JS06it ao5it 1106it
it is charged c charg corporations could not notoJ1anlzed b borganized bE bEorganized >
organized under the District laws until untilI
10 I per cent of the capital stock of the theproposed theproposed theproposed
proposed corporation had been b paid In Incash In3aIt incask
cash into the hands of the first board of oftrustees oftrustees oftrustees
trustees of the company The scheme schemecharged scMmec schemecharged
charged c in the indictment is that when whenever whenenr whenever ¬
ever McCormick who it Is aitog al alleged d was wasengaged wasU1aqed wasciigged
engaged in the business 1 of organizing or lstng cor corporations corporations corporatlon ¬
porations desired to file with the re recorder recenter recorder ¬
corder of deeds a certificate of organiza organization orpntzatWo organizatiesi ¬
tWo of any company and it became nec necessary necevarr aceesry ¬
essary for him to prove to the recorder recorderthat recorderthat recorderthat
that M per cent of the capital stock bad badbeen badbeEon hadbeen
been actually paid Haag the assistant assistantcashier asttfatataabln assistantctsb1et
cashier of the Aetna Banking and Trust TrustCoramny TrustCmpsny t tC
Coramny C mMUY would give McCormick an al alleged alle8 alIegnd ¬
leged le8 false certificate that there was then thenon thenon thenon
on deposit with the bank a sum equal to toH
10 1 per cent of the capital stock of the theproposed thepropoeed theproposed
proposed company and that McCormick McCormickwould McCormickwould McCormickwould
would exhibit the certificate of the deposit depositto
to the tb recorder of deeds as evidence that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the provision of the law la had been com complied compI COZUpEed ¬
plied pI ed with Itb when it is I alleged as a matter matterof mattcrof matterof
of fact a t no money bad been deposited by byMcCormick byKcCoamlek byMcCormick
McCormick or his associates associatesAmong as associateAmong oclat oclatAlDODg
Among the overt acts act set forth are areletters arel areletters
letters l tters from Hong and McCormick Xc Cormick to toClements toCfemenm toCiements
Clements and from the latter to Hoag Hoagwhich Heatwhich Hoagwhich
which embody the alleged scheme said saidto Ridto saidto
to have been formed by the defendants defendantsEnormous defendantsEnormOUM defendantsEnormous
Enormous Growth in Immigration ImmigrationImmigration Imnll3rntiOI1Immigration 1mniIgratiozsImmigration
Immigration to the United States is in In1 In1creasin InIcreasing j jcreasing
creasing by leaps and bounds according accordingto
to a statement made public at the th De Department Depsrtment ¬
partment of Commerce Commer e and Labor re recently leCtntly yecently ¬
cently In the six 51 months ended October Octobera
31 1804 the number of arrivals from all allcountries allcountriea allcountries
countries was 412 41G 55 and in the corre corresponding orrespending rre rrespondtog ¬
spending period this year 6148 immi immigrants immlftnts Immigrants ¬
grants landed at American ports This Thiswas Ihiswas Thiswas
was an increase Incre e of 43 per cent Compar Comparing Comperlnr Comparlag ¬
lag the two periods an increase of 66 per percent pernt peroent
cent nt was VS a8 registered reg1 tered In the arrivals from fromRussia fromRu fromRussia
Russia ala These increased inc lnceased eged from 01574 in inthe inthe inthe
the six mouthS ended October 31 1SW to to147iO
143740 in the corresponding six months monU of ofthis ofthf8 ofthis
this year yearDisplay yearI yearDbpln yearDisplay
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