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THE MOBBING TEVLES, 'WEDN-ESDAX, OCTOBER 23, 1895.
t PJTV, vS--'" 'JSiS'i.l
;5!d urar 3L
.$30,000 worth of i ho cost OU.CNTAL
HUGS ure bere mi coustpnmeut for
uatoell at prices lower Uuui cr
ever llfcelr to be quo ed aaln. Tae
ea!e will end next Monday.
neatly made and finished
"ffiws: value 59.
HbJ? ss shellack
" ed ns in
natural reed as an extra
Wore continually showing nonlttes
in lloed and ltnt'nn Furnituro and
there's a large tariety fcereinrowshout
"iTrnt to be the
Jeweler who come
into youroilnd first,
C. H. DAVISON,
i J05 F St. N. W.
of finding--your but
-shirts destro-ed is
easily avoided by
patronizing- a g-ood
laundry. Uur anti
swear or soft but
tonholes save the
aud promote happiness.
TOMAN STEAM LAUNDRY,
Sixth and C Sts. N. W.
Do you kno wthat elec
tricity is a cheaper, bet
ter, safer, and more re
liable power than
steam? It makes a bet
terlight, too better for
stores, better for offices.
It is as far abend of gas a the
modern electric locomotive is
ahead of -the old Blast) coach. We
furnish pwwer only. Telephone
ns to tarn it on.
U. S. .Electric Lighting Co..
213 14-th Street. 'Phone77.
makes business for the store
keeper wo try to beep
-war customers, not tie
BtoroVeepets- Linen last
a lung tlmo if laundered
Capital Steam Laundry,
-rci. 1018.5128th St. N.W.
ErjCClVnSrVE AGENTS rOU TUB
ftl.LA tMia.UIUli STANDARD IN-
that wosni:ri;i. weber tone is
round only in the WEUEE PIANO.
DLCKBK BROS. PIANOS Nothing let
FISCHER PIANOS Old, tried, and true
EKTEY PIANOS The nauica guaraFtee.
IVES & POND PIANO.S Plue as -sIK.
ESTEY ORGANS Alwajs in (he lead
ESTEY I'HONOKITJM A great advance
In organ making.
THE AEOLIAN The most wonderful of
THE .SYMPHONION Plays any number
PAIELAED'S SWISS 31USIC BOXES
The very liest.
HAY nTATE GUITARS AND MANDO
LINS The highest grade.
SHEET MUSIC AND MUSIC BOOKS
An immense stock.
Musical uuaruiiients of cverv description,
TI ANO or atSREAT ClIOKCn ORGAN.
Bargains In SLCOND-nAND PIANOS
Planus for rent at moderate rates. Tun
Ins and repairing ot all kinds of instru
ments. Old instruments taken inexihange.
Our prices arc low our terms most
faANDERS & 8TATMAN,
rERCY B. FOSTER, Manager,
934Fst- nw., Washington. D.C.
We Wait Every
-who is suffering with J)repep
sia, "Kidney Irouilcs. Elood
Disorders -or Jlhoumatlc All
aents to try COLUMBIA 2AT
CBAL IJTHIA WATEU. Itlias
performed the most remark
able cures of -the day. Don't
take our eay ao, bus cet jour
circular that tells Ot alL bent J
LltUIA 1YATX&, OXiU K St.
J.D. Collins, Prop.
Ill A poor 1 1
fjUES&DA TALKS OF CUM
Patriots Need Only Rifles and
Plenty of Ammunition.
HAVEJIEN ENOUGH TO FIGHT
Greitt Cuban 'Lender Eipresses IliM
Views On tlif Slttiiitlnn Cunervo
1te SpunUli Estimate of tile Num
ber of Jii!.urj;eiiti An American'
ldti-of -tlie lloliclllun Taxrs l'uld.
(From a Staff Corrcspuudent.)
New Yort, Oct. ,L'. I have the satis
faction to utraouiice flint The Times lias
procured a bona I hi? Interview n-ltti Oouzalo
de (Jiiivida. the wnlr.il spirit of the Cuban
revolutionary p.irly in the United States.
It is probably the llrsi authorized iuler
vieiv liiued from Ibis lompelenl source
since Uic opening of the rovoliitlmi.iryc.iin
pjign. Utterances wliltli were uever ut
tered have irtfiuently been accredited to
He is not nn easy niau to elit.lt an inter
view irom, experience in dealing vltb the
interviewer having made him adroit in
Jor tbejiuill.not uloue because nt the prom
inence of bis station and the importance
orblsrole in thetrageilyof tvarSnit because
or the valuable .knowledge which is within
He is Fought after not only been use of the
news that is within the power of liis tongue
to tell, but because licit considered themost
-available source trum which .this news can
Oiut when.lt comes to the mutter or the
dlpeniatiun or the news, the sphinx with
its -stony gaze and rock-sealed lips, is
agossip.bytumiMrfron with Senor Quesadu.
Cuban news is at a prtmium. Siunlsh cen
sorship Is Htringent and intense. No seal
The Jieadiiiiarters of the revolutionary
-party in the United States occupies the
eleventh story back or the Manhattan Life
Bui'ding, (!C Broadway, one of the cloud
tripping structrcsofu 'New York. Thcvlew
sweeps a. vast range or land and water.
Lights twinkle late in the apartments and
scores of swarthy, active Cubans eomeand
go. The very plaster on the wall seems
pregnant with the secrets of the cause of
There Is a strong air of hopcrclness
around thcplace. which secmsliii-urmlKirate
the claims or the patriot-. On the wail
or one of the outer rooms hangs an oil
portrait r Jose Marti, with the single star
Hag of Cuba -and a Cuban landscape Tor a
background. A wrratboroliveandasword
1111 in a bit of thecanvas. The frohled glass
door at the main entrance Iroin the lobby
beara this legend in black and gold letters:
Law olfices or Horatio L. Reubens, Gonzalo
de Qucsada, Leon J. ilennit.
Senor ToniaKMradoPnhua. president or
"delegadii' -of the party, alio iK-cupies
rooms an this suite, lie i a delightful
-man socially, but blankly noit-comnuttaL
He told The Times that it wasa "inuybueno
jierlodlco," .and The Times thanked 1dm.
Senor Qucsada occupies the central ofuce.
He is a man of slight build, or an intense
aud high-strung nervous temperament.
Ills comilexion is Cuban, Inscyee flashing
in their lirilliant blackness, and his bpeecn
rapid and low. He moves quickly and
thinks the same way. He apprehends a
proposition fa'Tore the explanation is
ant chats with bim ilutiug the lust week.
He "was well a ware of the pnKJuban atti
tudeofTlieTimesamlhasafileofthepapers by Ids desk.
Gonzalo de Qucsada was born at Havan.i,
Uecember .15, 1668. He came to this
country in 1877 and entered the public
bchools of New York city, nnd arter gradu-atiou-cctercd
the college ofNe-w York city,
where be received -the degree of bachelor
.nnd -was a member of Uie Tlieta TMta Chi
of sciences in 1888. He Iicld every orficc
iti Ills class, edited the college publication
He studied civil engineering at Columbia
College anil later took up the study of law
at the University of New "York, receiving
the degree of bachelor or laws In lasil.
He wa. secTttaryto the Argentine delega
tion In the ParrAiflcrican congress and
private secretary "to theHon.Koque Saenz
Pena, minister of foreign relations. "With
hini, Senor Quesada traveled through South
America and Jinmpe. nnd returned to
Pluladeiphia as consul. He resigned this
IHo-ition when bpanlsli ofrictaui coniplalncd
of his Cuban news. He was Jose Jlarll's
secretary and right band man in Uie prepar
ation or the war, lias charge of Patria, tbe
organ or the revolutionary society, and lias
jmbhKhed several works in Spanish. He
was one of the council in .the Ezeta ejt
.tmdltioti case -nt San FraucUcolnst year.
The Times hada long talkwithbim to-day,
in the course of wldcli lie authorized the
publication of the following interview:
I have by me a copy of El Paise.
perhaps afterEl ImparciaL the priuclnal
newspaper or Spain. It contains 'what it
callsa conservative cstimnteor the strength
of the various insurgent camps. The in
surgent stTeittrtii by 'provinces is given as
Santa Clara. 3.485.
Snn Andreas, 1.210.
El Romie, G10.
San Juan de los Terra, 303.
"These estimates are not Intended to
include the men under Gomez and other
chiefs in the Department or Tucrto Trin
cipe ni'd in other towns in theii-land. To
sum up, this conservative Spanish news
paper, -agrees that Hie Insurgent strength
approximates -10,000 men. This looks like
rather a robust revolution.
"In tile province or Santa Clara, Rego's
camp was,stimateil at 200. One of Rego's
men readied headquarters 7esleiday and
reported 1,000 me;i in that camp. There
are twice the number of men in Santa
Clam given in this Spanish estimate. Cuba
floes not need men. She needs rifles and
ammunition. She is very much in jieed of
artillery, as the Spanish have erected
small fortifications at strategic points,
which would be destroyed ir the revolu
tionists had the guris to do It. Only a
certain percentage of the raeii. I can'J say
what, are armed with rifles. They depend
mainly on -the macliela. The Cubans are
not well usefl to firearms, because of the
rigor ot the Spanish government in pro
hiblting their introduction Inlo the JtJnnd.
"We are related over the weakening of
-Spanish -Kecurlties. A recent copy of La
,Inst Ilia isat band, and the quotations show
that In a sircleday lhe-4per cent. Interiors
fell rrom CB.8S-to-68.O0; -4 per cent. Ex-'
teriors -went Jrora 7D.25 to 78.80: Cubas
168C. went from 39.70 to 80.50. And Uien
took a rnrlherilrop to 99.35. Shares In the
Uanfc of .Spain, about llie only bonk of
credit on the peninsular, tlrejiped from
"The same paper Jumpsallovcrtlielioine
eoTemment because of its useless and
(otizu1ci4 de Quewudu.
unwise policy toward Cuba. As another
stcii In tbe direction ot bankruptcy it
refers to the -war Item In the latobudgetj
of 500,000 .pesetas. It declares that the
IHibllc treasurer is burdening the produc
tive classes to such an extent that it Is
hardly worth while to work in order that
u monarchy maybe dressed ingold. It then
enumerates tbe following items of expense
for the support ot the royal family, as an
nounced In Uielast .budget:
Royal family, 9,500,000 pesetas; lial
bnrdles. 082,136 pesetas; royal escort,
228,261 pesetas; extras to officers of
Uie royal household. 12,000; chamber of
bis majesty, 112,000 pesetas; expenses
forliglitsforthe balbardiers. 16,074 ,'horses
of the royal escort, 15,480 pesetas: care
of horses, 7,800. Tills is a total or 10,
471,337 pesetas, or $2,200,000 per annum,
for the support of the royal family of tho
poor, almost poverty-stricken land of 8paln.
Cuba is made to pay this, which is but a
trifle compared with the expenses of tho
kingdom mid the interest on its debts.
VIEWS OF SPANISH PAPERS.
"La Justilla, of Madrid, of October 5
prints a letter from Havana which pic
tures a bad state of affairs on the.island.
It (.ays that laborers are Idle by the thou
sand nnd that hunger with all its horrors
has inaded the homes of the -planter, the
laborer, the merchant and the manufac
turer. It narrates that the prisons arcfilled
Willi susiiects, and that the aspect of the
Jails Is a dlrgrace to tho honor of Spain.
It violently denounces the crookedness, cru
elty and unfitness of the Spanish-officials
in Cuba, and asserts that the operations
of Cnuijios have Increased the magnitude
ot the iu.iurrectiun. La Justitia proceeds
to admonish the government 'that It will
require the sacrifice of 80,000 men to hold
the island. The same paper wallops
Sagasta, ex -prime minister, for bis state
ment that .no more reinforcements would
be needed. It claims that the vlgllnncei
ol the coast is deficient. It is a Spanish
newspaiKT which prints this. Should ji
Cuban paper attempt it e.erbody on lvfrom
tlie foreman down to the editor, and from
Uie ofrice boy down to tbe reporters,3vould
be choked on hemp.
"I was placed Ln possession to-day ofacopy
of a newspaperprlnted at Vallencia. Spain,
describing an embryo mutiny of Spanish
soldiers en route to Cuba. A number of
them sought to fire the magazine of the
transport with 2,000 men on board. Ibis
assertet, ln this -paper -that tbe uprising
againsttbe Spanish throna is not confined to
the Island of Cuba.
"We thank the good people of Washing
ton for their Interest and sympathy. I
shall be present at the meeting. I desire to
IhanU The Times esieelnUy for Us industry
and Intelligence ln tills matter. It Is a great
paper." said Senor Quesidu. as be finished.
I talked yesterday with Paul Weber, an
American, from La Selle, III., -who is the
man referred to by Senor Quesada.-ais hav
ing returned from Rego's camp in Santa
Clara. He looked much the worse for hard
living nnd poor diet. He thinks the chances
for Cuban independence aregood. Rego has
1.000 men under him, and although poorly
armed and practically without commissary
system, tbe discipline is being improved.
In all their long engagements with tbe
Spanish they Inflicted greater loss than
they sustained. Their method was to at
tack suddenlv and nt the right timeretrent.
J. II. S
Friends of Culia Will Urge t lie Forma
tion of Such h Body.
The committee on Invitations for the
Cuban mass meeting is called to meet this
evening. The session "will be held ln lloom
"I. Metzerott Building, at 7'30 o'clock.
Mr. Bush rod "Robinson, chairman of
this committee, has taken off bis coat and
means that. bis part or the meeting shall
be a success. "I have "been Interested in
Cuban freedom ever since I was a boy,"
he said. "I think we should do all in our
power to help the la-urgents. Every cit
izen in tills country should believe in repub
lics.and should be willing tuaidliitheestab
liahment or one."
The committee on invitations lias some
what of a Job before It. The Intention is
to formally invite all patriotic orders to
attend in a body. Among the invitations
sent out-will bo ones to Uie UrandArmy, of
the District, Sons of the Rcolution,
Daughters of the -Revolution, Colonial
Dames, Loyai Legion, Union Veteran Le
gion, Sons of "Veterans, "Washington Light
Infantry, National JMtles, und other civil
organizations among the iiiihtary.
Corp. Tanner, c3iairmnii of the committee
on reHoluttous. is fcUIl in Buffalo, not -having
relumed from the meeting or the Union
Veteran Legion. He will be here to mor
row or next day, and -will call bis com
mittee together at once.
MaJ. ltoome is busy with the Jtoyal Order
or Scotland, and the meeting or the Thirty
third degree masons. He will get a little
time to morrow, and will call the committee
on speakers together. Mr. F.H.Iletzcrolt,
of the committee on halls, will have his
committee meet bim in a few days. He
has already donated Metzerott Hall, and
Uie only arrangements meessarj are for
tbe overflow meeting.
So great Is tbe interest being expressed in
the Cuban moiemcnt. that It is more than
probable a iicnuanent committee of fifty
witlbeappouiu-d. Tlie frieialHot the move
ment are much Impressed Tilth theJiecessity
or some uich action. Congress will soon
meet, and there will be an absolute need
or such an organization. This can only
tie secured by tbe appointment of Midi a
tiody. The duties of this committee,
or rather its officers, would lie -onerous.
They would act as Uie -central liody for tbe
entire country- To them -would lie sent
all petitions und iximmunicalions, and the
committee would see that they were pre
sented to Congress. '
STOLE THE -MIN'1STF.U'J WHEEL.
Senor Gnna Im'MIiiu. Ills Brand Now
Kenor Gana, tbe Minister from Chile,
recently purchased a new safety bicycle
and bas been practicing on the machme
Yesterday the wnor reported to Inspector
llolllnberger nt police headquarters that
the bicycle had been stolen from the base
ment of tbe legation bulldiug. No. 1319
K street northwest.
The delicti ves are looking for the thieves
and wheeiaal have notlfiedall the bicycle
dealers in this nnd ucarby cities or the
DIED FItOM HIS WOUND.
Blctmrd Knapp Suffered from Atelun-
cholln When He Shot Himself.
Tticbard Knapp, Hie 'Navy Department
clerk, who altenipled suicide l)y sliooUng
himtcir through the temple early Monday
mornlng, at his boarding place. No. 1125
Seventeenth street northwest, died -from
tlie effects of Ihe -wound at 11 10 o'clock
Knapp had not a single relative in this
country, having left Germany, his native
country, at an early age. He was a genial
and popular man, but subject to occasional
fits of melancholia, during one of which
he probably attempted to end his life.
The funeral arrangements have not been
completed, but it is probable that the
Grand Army of thellepubllcwjiltakecnnrge
of the ceremony, Knapp having been a
soldier in the late -war.
Clinnee for a Bull JFigbt.
A cattle dealer at the stock market re
ported to the First precinct last night
that tbreesteers and a co w bad brokenf rom
their pens and are -wandering at large over
the city. The steers, it is stated, are
fiery in their make-up and are liable to
cause trouble before they are corraled.
Crop Players Locl.ed Up,
Sergt. Dunnlgan and Private Officer
Hoagland yesterday raided a gang ot crap
players hi Xo. 2 jirecinct, and locked up
Joseph Bond, Benjamin Troctor, and An
drew Steward. Two charges ot crap
nlaying were lodged against Proctor.
Georee Everett Dead.
George Everett, manager of the Banner
beer agency. No. 421 Tenth street .north
west, died suddenly yesterday afternoon
at iis residence, .No. 925 II street tiortti--ivest.
-Deceased became slightly ill on
.Monday, -but jio serious consequences were
feared. He was a well-known -actor and
had many .friends la -the theatrical orld.
The remains -wlll.tie takea to his lute hume.
Boston, Mass., where the interment -will;!
CTUDY YOUR style and
'- wear what's becoming.
f ARDtodoat thefashlon-
able hatter's who has
but one Derby block.
CUPPOSE you goto a place
- whore they've all the
blocks worth having where
.they've hitched "throe-dollar"
quality to a $2. 40 price.
HENRY FRANC & SON,
Corner 7tli and D.
TRAPPED ON THE BRIDGE
Police Patrol Guards the Road
to Jackson City.
CATCH OF THE HRST UIGHT
Lieutenant VernonV Jlen Waylaid the
Tide ot Wickedness and Secured a
WiiKonful Armed Xejirouud Other
Toiiuh ClmrucUTH In the Lot They
W11J Bo Trled"6n VurlmiH Charge.
In order to stem tlie tide of criminals
and thugs who daily find their way from
Jackson City to Washington by way ot Long
Bridge, Lieut. Vernon, of the Fourth pre
cinct, has established a K)llcc patrol on
the bridge, with orders to intercept all
Last night the patrol -work was In the
bands ot 1'olicemcn Bauagan and McOulre.
Before midnight those officers had made
a pretty good haul of offenders, who will
be taken to the'po'lice courts for trial this
Warren Mlnor,,a,jicgro.twenl5-onc years
of age. Marled" across the bridge about
9 30 o'clock, going1, as he said, to Jackson
City, after spending the day in Wash
.FIRST TO BE LANDED.
He was overhauled bv Baiiagan and
"Mcisulrc and seijt lo?'o. 4 as a suspicious
When tcarctied at tlie station-boose a
loaded revolvet was found in bis hip
pocket. The more serious charge of
carrying concealed and deadly weapons
was placed against him by the officers.
Herman Zellc-r, a German tramp, who
has been "hanging- out" at Jackson City,
Tvns arrested as a vng.
Jamct Smith, a -white man, thirtj-flve
yeart of age, begged for food from door to
door. A lady cavejiini tn o .lice of bread
and bultcrtnnd hc-cauic she did aot make
a inndnicli of it by placing meat between
the breadmlth abuiedlier.
CAUGHT AT THE XNTRANCE
He rcat pursued to the Lcng Bridge by
roliccman Etpey. and arresiis! lefore be
could cross The charge against him is
Willie -Keys is only twelve years or age,
but he Is as tough as some ot tbe ohlcr
traniiK. .Special Policeman Joseph Riippel,
on duty at tbe Washington entrance to tbe
bridge, beld Willie up as be was making
for the .other shore.
When asked the "whereabouts of bis par
ents, the liardeml youngster replied:
"Pap Is doln' a long trick in de "pen for
stealln' some watches nn' niam.sbe rimned
away with another man."
The boy is held as a vagrant.
Among the other cases made by the Long
Bridge .patrol were several disorderlies and
drunks, vitb a sprinkling or vags. The
police net will be set again to-day and to
night to prevent the ebb tide of wickedness
flowing tnto Washington.
SNEAK THIEVES ACTIVE.
Lous J.hst of I.O-A1- Itt'Mried to tbe
As the cold -weather approaches the sneak
1hices are becoming more active and bold.
The TCports of robberies at police head
quarters yesterday give evidence or this.
A $5 bill was stolen from tbe residence
of Henry "M. Statz, No. 109 Irving street
northwest. A sneak thief enteredthe'bouse
of II. J;Tippett,at Thlrteeu-and-n half and
D streets northwest, and got away with
bis sack coat, in uneot the pockets or which
-was a roll of moneyamounttng to $45.
A suit or clothes was stolen from Joseph
Rooney, Nn. 118 B-street northwest, and
nn overcoat, felt hat, and pair of gloves
from A. P. Clark, Jr., of No. COS F street
An Eagle bicycle. Ihe property or Moses
Robinson, No. 803 P street northwest.
1 was purloined by an unknown crook. E.
S. Yelati, or No. 724 .Ninth street, north
west, -had a pair oLgold sleeve buttons
stolen 'from him anV'Sadle Rice, of No.
118 First street, had her clothes line
stripped of newly washed garments, val
aed at about $15.
IIIT WITH A SPIGOT.
Bur-riMim Quarrel Remitted Badly for
Albert Padgett, twenty-nine years of
age, who resides at "No. 61 21 street south--west,
received a bad gash on his bead last
night, the resut.0'11 beer spigot thrown at
"bim Tiy Tun Hiicklcv. a bartender at First
and II streets southwest.
The men had a 'dispute anil Buckley's
temper got the best of him. and he hurled
the spigot at Taflgett, striking him a
heavy "blow. .,
A hurry call waslsent to Eergt. Perry at
police headquarters and he sent the Firth
precinct patrol "wagon to remove Padgett
to Providence hospital, -where his wound
was dressed. "Padgett's injuries will not
Alun Who Offered to Soil Ills Vote
Columbus, O., Oct. 22 C. W. Hoefrer,
the Republican candldatefor the legislature,
whose letters to Senator Urice and other
Democrats, offering to sell his vote in the
election of a United States Seuator. have
Just been published, has disappeared.
Tbe Itepublican, State committee was un
able to locate him to-day and at special
rom Greenville, bis Jiome, says he left for
Chicago last night. It is the general opin
ion that he has Tied.
satisfying- Ladies' Shoe
-an endurine; shoe
Three Dollar Tici IGd Lace
or Button Shoe of ours. It's
-a shoe "that is more than -worth.
S3. 00 if -the full truth be told.
We -want you -to know it better
io try it io .test it.
923 FStreet N. W.
Take our suits grade
by grade, 57.50, $10,
I $12, $13.50, $15, $18,
$20 and $25 from the
lowest to the highest
priced all show a con
It couldn't be other
wise, 'cause we're mak
ers first hands and
you pa' one profit less
Come in' and look
never mind about buy
ing. English walking suits
short cutaway coats
with side flaps axe ex
amples of -what's in our
We want to sell you
just one hat; that hat'lf
do the rest.
$3 hats for $2 because
it's a new deptartment,
and we're .anxious for
you to try it,
Cor. 7th and E Sts. N. W,
No Branch Stars in Washington.
(Ill MS MB!
Says He Is Disgusted and Will
Fight No More.
FITZ MAI CLAIM THE BELT
.vvonil Flattering Epithets, Such as
"Cur" nnd "Yellow Dor," Applied
to Him by the Champion Muouger
Julian Suy lie Will Hrlni: Ills -Milu
and Claim tbe Forfeit.
Hot Springs, Ark.. Oct. 22. There may
be two or three more "fights palled otf ln
this resort within the next two or three
weeks, provided that the decision of the
supreme court is favorable, and that, as is
expected, the governor will not further in
terfere, but there arc less prospects of
Corbett and Fltzahumons meeting in the
ring than there were twenty-four hours
Corbett came to town from his training
quarters this evening lor the purpose of
meeting Martin Julian, the representative
of Fitzslniiuons, and as the result of a
stormy interview, in -which Julian rejected
every proposlUon made by the champion,
Uie latter washed his hands of the -whole
busine&s, to use his Unal expression, and
left the coaf erecce room with the announce
ment that be would go out of training at
President Dan Stuart, of the Florida
Club, who goes to Dallas ln the morning
to nturu on Sunday, said to-night that
the club still has under consideration the
matching or Corbett with another man and
the pulling orf of the two remaining fights.
WILL CLAIM FORFEIT MONEY.
Julian also leaves in the morning for
Corpus Chrlsti. His final announcement In
tlie embruglio Is this.
"I will have Fitzslmmons here on the
31st. nnd ready to fight, as provided by
the articles of agreement. Jf the Tlorida
Club is no longer connected with the
affair, aud there is no purse In sight,
then we -will be willing lo fight in private
In a place to be selected by a Chicago man
now here for the J.lde bet of 510,000 each.
If Corbett will not com-ent-tothis. then we
will demand the forfeit or $2,500. and
as the people Identified with the Florida
ClJb are supposed to be all honorable
men, we assume they will pay over
Corbctt's hurried visit to town was pre
cipitated by the information conveyed to
his training quarters at Spring Lake this
afternoon by Mnnagcr Brady that Julian
proposed to go away In tbe morning, leav
ing Corbett without any Idea where he was.
The champion was engaged In a boxing
bout with Prot. John Donaldson, having
earlier in the day badly flattened Steve
O'Donueli'snose by a (hance blow. putting
that -worthy bors do combat for the time
WAR OF WORDS.
On arriving at the Arlington Corbett
sent word to Julian that lie desired to sec
him at once, and in about ten minutes
Julian appeared In tbe manager's office,
which was placed at the disposal of tlie
parly, which comprised Corbett, Julian,
Brady. Dan Stuart, Vendig and representa
tives of the press. Corbett Insisting that
the latter be admitted.
Corbett and Julian faced each other about
three feet apart and for several moments
neither said a word. Corbett was the rirst
to break the silence. Then followed a war
"There Is no law now in the State of
Arkansas against prize righting," Corbett
continued. "The case now beTore the
supreme court will not be decided until
Saturday and the governor will not have
time to take steps to stop It. Now, I want
to show tip your man in bis true colors,
lie is a vellow dog, and while I know It is
poor business policy for me to offer to
fight him Tor homing, ne is sucu on arrant
coward, I want to show him up and I "will
sacrifice everything to do so.
"So Fitzsimmons won't come here and
fkrht me. will be? Well I am disgusted.
Titzsimmons can come here and claim the
champion's belt. I am through with
fighting -forever ana a aay. Jiy purpose
was to show this fellow a cur. Having
accomplished, my mission 1 will quit the
game and never fignt agnm."
So saying, Corbett left the office.
Wnntml for Larceny.
Washington Gordon, aegro, was ar
rested about 2:30 o'clock yesterday after
noon by the Third precinct for larceny.
of Dcrtu -$-
We are showing an ex
quisite collection of rare and
curious things, Jewels and
"Works of Art. In our hand
some showrooms are Water
Colors, Old Prints, Oil
Paintings, Old China.
In the Jewelry De
partment is the most exten
sive stock of Modern Silver
ware in Washington. Ev
erything in gems and beau
tiful settings is here at
prices that are as moderate
as the selection is unique.
1225 FSt. N. W.
will limit m mm
Associated Charities Discuss Its
MANAGEMENT UNDER FIEE
Amendments to tlie Constitution Pro
posed by lr. Hlce IVurui Debute,
ln Which It Is -Declared That the
Public JJs 2fot Satisfied with tbe
"The public are not satisfied and are
complaining. A great many people in
this District, whom -we cannot ignore, -are
criticisbaj the way in which the business
of the Associated Charities is conducted."
This was part of an interesting speech
ln which Dr. M. JJ. Peck, one of the vice
presidents ot tlie Associated Charities,
maintained that there should be a change,
in the way thlugsare at present managed
by that institution.
in furtherance or his expressed desire
for a chauge in the rules aud regulations,
he presented at the meeting or the board
of miuiagers, which was held last Ughl,
certain amendments to the constitution,
which were the subject and provocaUou of
discussion which will interest tlie public
There were pretcnt Dr. W. I-- Parsons,
-prci ident of the lioard, w ho gnve notice
lai t it eiiing that he w ould not serve alter
thit tueetlng as a member of ice boaru,
lit ould continue ava member of the or
ganization; Mr T. G. Lacier, Dr. M. D.
Peck, General Secretary L. S. tuicry, B.
P Davit, MissK.Hosnier.Mrs. K. Roberts,
of the W R- C; .Mrs. M.JL. Burt, Mrs. G.
H. Ricbardton, Mr. Lorlng Chapelle, Mrs.
Br. Hood, Mr. J. H. Bradford, and Dr.
The amendments introduced by Dr.
Peck, which -were of t pedal interest were.
Firtt, that a new on.mlttee should be
named to be called the relicf?fcanmlttec,
which thould have general supervision over
all exiicnditures and the distribuUou of
tupplies to the worthy dependent poor,
thk committee to act in conjunction with
the i ecretnry. and that it should adopt a
tchedule of distribution and exiienditures
Tlie amendment lurlher provided thut-all
theie expenditures should be approved by
OFFICES AXD EMPLOYES.
The other amendment which -was acted
on Tclated to olflces and employes, it
Is proposed that this committee shall have
charge of the selection and renting of an
office, of the necessary number and char
acter of the employes of the board and
make recommendations under the approval
of thelxiard as to the location and rental
of the orfice and the compensation of em
ployes. Both of these amendments, which to be
ot rorce must be carried by the vote of the
general society, which will be beld on the
fifth of next month, mere regarded as an
erfortto takeout or the hands of Secretary
Emery the functions which he now dis
charges, so far as covered by the amend
ments. Mr. Bradford said openly that he looked
upon it as a reflection on the managem"nt
of tbe board, if not of the secretary.'.nd
characterized the amendment as a rchemc.
Dr.Ricesaid- "I denounce Uie statement
that this is a scheme, for It is onr duty
in handling public money that we should
have good rules by which to be governed.
We have no rules of order, for I regard
thoseadopted In Februaryas very general."
mat the keynote of the work of the
chnrlUes -was promptness and that to
place in the hands of a committee emer
gency -work would defeat that object; that
committees could not be gotten together
when desired and that great wrong might
possibly be done to thepoor and unfortunate
beneficiaries of the society. He had no
doubt that there -were some complaints,
but tbe general -work of the society for the
past rourtecn years -was an evidence
Uiat it had been well done.
DEFEATED ITS FURPOSE.
Mr. Bradford said that they did aot
want too many rules. The public was
aware of the fact that people -were turned
away from tlie doors of charitable insUtu
MoMs In thiscltv simnlv because there were
rules which forbade any discretion to the'
"I say aud I repeat," he continued,
"that this is a reflecUonon the board and
on the secretary, and 1 know that Dr.
Peck has made the statement In public that
Uie public is disgruntled with our management-"
After some further discussion on this line,
tbe amendment was adopted ln u modified
form. As It now standi the relief commit
tee shall be empowered to make a schedule
of regulations for tbe exiienditures of
money aud for the disJbuUon of supplies.
As originally intended, the committee, was
to have supervisloo of all moneys ex
pended and supplies distributed.
There was another debate when the
amendment providing ror the committee
on offices ncd employes came up. Dr.
Peck insisted that It was not Intended as
a reflection on anybody or on the board of
Mr. Emery said that If the resolution
was carried, as proposed by Dr.. Peck, no
secretary with self resuyct -would remain as
such for a single day after their pnssage.
The object or the amendment was tortakc
away the power or nppolnUng bis as
sistants from the secretary, which every
secretary had tbe right to do.
STOOD BY THE SECRETARY.
Dr. Bradford again made the point that
the amendment threw unnecessary restric
tions around the boardand Itsofflcers.
Mr. Lorlng Chepelle deprecated the dis
cussion of all these matters and the raking
ap of old disagreements and Mr. Lasler
moved the discontinuance of the discus
sion until -some future date.
Mr. Davis moved to amend the amend
ment so as to give tbe secretary the
power to appoint his assistants -with the
approval of the president.
Mr. Bradford opposed the -whole amend
ment, and intimated that Dr. Peck took
pains to hear -a great deal that -was said
to tbe disadvantage utthe Associated Char
ities, and the result of the whole discus
sion was "that we were bringing ourselves
into disrepute- I am tired and disgusted
with tho discussion." 'he added.
When finally offered -fur -passage the
amendment stood tbi3 -way: "The com
mittee on iitf Ices :and employes shall have
charge ot tbe matter ot selecting and rent-
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log tbe office and make such recommenda
tions for the approval of tbe board as to
the location and renting ot an office, as
to the number and t-orapensatiou ot em
ployes as In their Judgment seems best,
but tbe secretary shall have the power
to appoint the employes, with the approval
ot the president."
EMERY HAD FRIENDS.
Mr. Emery developed -great -strength
when tills was -voted on. The vote stood
six to six and was decided in Uie affirm
ative by the president, Dr. Parsons, who
made a statement Incxpla nation of his vote.
ln Hie ftrstj5lace."'be said, "we are aot
in the right shape before the public as to the
board and as to the secretary. The rental
of tbe office is In a confused state."
He saw no objection to such a committee
as at present Uie secretary's accounts
are passed upon by an auditing committee.
When he -was away last summer he was
unable to give any information to in
quirers as to how tho business was
conducted. He ttiougbt It -would be better
that the secretary should bnve a salary
and that the rents of Uic various rooms
in tbe building should be in account with
the $01 a tuonth that is charged for the
building. He thought that the society
should do the renting of the office.
Mr. Emery said tliat he could not get an
office In the name of the society and that
Hie rents were in his name.
Dr. Parsons said that he would cot care
to belong to a society which could not rent
an ofrice in its own name, but he was of
the Impression that the society could secure
sach a lease.
Mr. Emery explained that the objection
was not to the society but to the character
ot the people who frequent the rooms.
Farther consideration of the amendments
Tead his report rortbe i"ast month, the sub
stance of which appeared in Tbe Times
The amendments passed are not final bat
.must be voted on by the society when It
meets in November.
FEDERATION OF LAllOll MEETS.
Investigation ot U-4ife Condition of
G os ern merit Printing Office.
Thirty-eight local labor organizations
were represented at the meeting or the
Federation of Labor last evening at Plas
terers' Hall. Tlie meeting -was presided
over by Vice President Charles H. Worden.
Credentials were presented by delegates
from the Bottling House Employes.
The name of B. Solomon, saloonkeeper,
wa sstricken from the unfair list.
M-F.Dougherty and AfGoode. contractor
bricklayers, were declared nnfalr.
A communication wnsTeceived from Mr.
Albert Carry asking what disposition
bad been made of tils case. The contract
commltee replied that when lie complied
with the demands Ids tame -would be
taken off the unfair list.
A committee was appointed to call on
the persons In charge of the l-lvlng out or
the contracts Tor the building or the
The Investigation ot the Government
rrlntlng Office by the grand Jury as to
Its unsafe condition, received special at
tenllonat the ha ndsof Iheseveral delegates.
riri- Jn Frnme Shed-.
Fire broke out in a row of sheds owned
by Joseph Burden, ln the rear of Nos. 151
and 153 Pierce street northwest, about
7:45 o'clock last evening. For a time the
blaze threatened to spread to the frame
houses ln Burden's court and did Tartly
'burn one. The damage -was about $100-
The -cause of the71rc is unknown.
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