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I 1 I Fair p nd Saturday tonight tonightnd t Lfi e a aAfttutou fi tnq t on 1 tme trn + P LAST EDI EDITroN IONI
NUMBER NUMBER6S 4468 446 WASHINGTON FRIDAY EVENING SEPTEMBER 7 71906 1906 PRICE ONE CENT EN
COURTMARTIAL COURTMARTIALFOR GOtJRTMARTIALOFIICERS
FOR Off OFIICERS OFIICERSTHE IGERS OF OFTHE
JE THE ALABAMA MiltRecommendation ALABAMAReqnlmendation ALABAMAatIon
Recommendation Re Irl mend mendiQ atIon Fol Follows Follos ¬
iQ lows IS ISis Probe Into I nto Col Collision Collision ¬
lision is ion With Illinois IllinoisTw Illinoisrwcerw Illinoisfwas
Tw fwas rwcerw Ocen cea ot the battleship dlabsznn4ve Ala AlaJ1t Alabama Alabamanave
nave J1t e been recommended tor torAI general generaliUJTlnt lreaeraiur
AI ur iUJTlnt I I IE l i eeun irr of inquiry inquiryw lDquirYIdeb Isqulrytr
w uicn tr cb was a unpointed by Secretary SeentaryIrt Bona Bonaiirte Bonairte =
< irte Irt to probe l > > beIBto Into the tb eoW eeittakm Ion sat Ntt between betweene esu esui
i e baUleyhil Illinois 111I and Alabama at stN atx alwfUt
x < whet July Jul SI The recommendations recommendationsi
i r iv now being considered by Secretary SecretaryK Secretarylnaparte ecretarJ ecretarJl
l lnaparte K > naparte and his decision may berthcombh be berihcomlng bethenn
thenn rihcomlng = before the end of the week weekThe weekTht weekThe
The officers are Capt Ca t Samuel P Com Comlev COlDIt Corn1c
lev It 1c commander eoman er of the Alabama and andUeut andlieut nd ndtituL
Ueut Alfred W Preesey y c < < deN feer of the theic theItck thedeck
deck > ic ck they being Ire charged wtth neglect ot ofduty otduty 0 0IUlY
duty in allowing tUowin < < the Alabama to run runhead l0ftt runhead
t head h ad of tbe Illinois while dodging the theKearsarge tlMI thei
i Kearsarge I earsarge which loomed up before them themin the theIn themit
it in a heavy vv f tCaptai fen fenCaptain ar arCaptain
Captain Winslow Bxeaeratei BxeaerateiThe BrateiThe LrasrateJThe
The court of inquiry exonerated e oerated from tJOlftj fromail
ail j 11 blame Captain CaJ taln Herbert Winslow Wlnaiowi Wlnalowtom Winslowtomaandirtg
ommandlng tom i the u battleship Kearaarge Kearaargewhich X Xhleh Kearsu ge gewhich
which hleh also became Involved In the thebattleship theloatUelp thetattlesbIp
battleship mixup mup on the ground CJOu that thatwa h hwag be beWss
wag wa unavoidably absent from roro the thelIr bridge bridgeof bridgeof
of his ship ip at t the time but recom recommends reeomJnN1M recommends ¬
mends that Midshipman Roy C Smith Smiththe Smiththe
the 1 he deck omcer of the Kearsarge Kearear at the tbetime thetim thetime
time tim of the oolllsionb collision be reprimanded by bythe bythe bythe
the commanderlnchlef eonunan erInchlef of the Atlantic Atlanticfleet Atlaatlctfft Atlanticfleet
fleet No further proceedings are recommended recom recomTixnded reeomwnded
mended against Capt Oodfried G4 > dtrted Block Blocklinger Bloekm BlockHnger
linger commanding the Illinois or any anyofficer anyofficer
nrh nrhtV
officer m or man of that tV vessel the court courtexpressing Cu Cuc courtt
expressing the c opinion l that the Illinois Illinoisat I in inJlro
t at the time of the g collision I1 was in her herJtroper herproper
proper r position in column and was wasmndled waa1and1ed
handled Jlro mndled with remarkably good oocl judgment judgmentand Judentand Judgmentaltd
and skill when hen the Alabama suddenly suddenlyappeared suddenlyappeared uddenl uddenlaiP8Nd
appeared on her starboard bow with the theevident tbeeddent theevident
evident Intention of crossing cr 1f her track trackAlabamas trackOlkrs trackAlabamas
Alabamas Officers Blamed BlamedThe BlamedThe 81adThe
The court puts put all n the blame baa for the thecollision thecolllalon thecollision
collision on the officers o < < lcf1II of the Alabama AlabamaThe AlabamaThe AlabamaThe
The accident which might easily have haveresulted haveT haveresulted
T resulted 8111ttd in the complete loss I of two or orposslMy orplbly orpusslbly
posslMy three of Uncle Sams most mostmodern m mostmodern t tmodern
modern battleships was w caused ac according aecordiq accurdlag ¬
cording to the court by neglect lee of ofduty ofduty ofduty
duty on the part of the commanding commandingomcer eoIIaMaad1n eoIIaMaad1norncer ewsanandingofficer
officer of the Alabama It Is a tho thought thoughtprobable th + Sh1 Sh1probable sh shprobable
probable that Secretary tary Bonaparte will willorder willorder willorder
order the trial ef both these officers officersThe offlcenThe officersThe
The opinion Is I signed Jl z ed d by Capt B F FTiller F FTilley FTiller
Tiller president of t the court and Lieut Lieuttom LleutCom LnutCoco
tom W J Terhune judge advocate advocateNo advocateNo advocateNo
No explanation Is made as to how the theresponsibility thereapolUllbUity theresponsiblllt
responsibility for the tb Kearsarge during duringCaptain durl durlaptaln duringt
Captain t Winslows s temporary absencefrom absence absencefrom ab8en ab8enfrom
from the bridge fell upon a midship midshipman mldhlpman midshipman
man and that feature of the case e Is Ispassed J Jaluled ispassed
passed aluled over without comment except exceptthat exceptthat cept
that 1 hat leniency hi the shape of a repri reprimand reprImud reprimand ¬
mand to him ht should be made owing to tohis tohia tolilt
his lack of experience experienceTHE experienceTHE DOI1ence DOI1enceTHE
THE WEATHER REPORT REPORTFor
For tonight and Saturday Saturd y fair weath weather ¬
er is Indicated in n all parts of the Wash Washington Washington ¬
ington 1 Cton forecast district except that lo total looal 10It
oal It 1 showers are probable in the east eastUulf eastGulf t tuulf
Uulf States Stat late tonight or on Saturday
Storm warnings warn are displayed on theAtlantic the theAtlantic theAtlantic
Atlantic coast from m Savannah to Nor Norfolk No Notlk NorThe ¬
folk folkThe tlkThe
The The following tOllo < < heavy ea7 precipitation in
inches Inch has been reported during the thepast tMpAlit t tpast
past twentyfour hours Hatteras Hatter 118 118neota 158Pensaeola
Pensacola neota lfl 1 101 Nashville Nashv ik 1 UN < H Mobile lobll lobllo
o ea VI Victoria < tCrt 1 110 Tatoosh Ta h Island 111
Steamers detNutttl tin tc tcday for Xuroian Euro Europen
n pen ian port s will la l haTe light lI llg < < ot t westerly westerlywinds
winds Incia becoming lnl n fresh and variable variablewith vrlablwith variablewith
with fair weather ther to the Grand Banks BanksTJBsfPmRATURE Bn1uLTB BankaTJlihPlDRATVRIE
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Secretary of Agriculture Wil WWilson Wilson Wilson ¬
son Sees Ray of Hope in inJamesJ inJamesJ inJarr
JamesJ Jarr esJ Hills Prophecy Prophecyof
of Woe WoeHow WoeHow WoeIIow
How shaH w we teed the am 301010ae MOi O O Amer Amerleans Atperleans uNIlea
lea leans who win in nfty years Y ronstHut ronstHutthis ronsdtntetits 0nedt1rHth
this th aatioar nation r demanded e Jam J HIM HIMrailread BUIraUNacl Hillrailroad
railroad king Jd financier I1n n nbuilder empire empirebuilder < piN piNbulldtr
builder in the coursr course co of a ivmai ivmaiarticle r marka markabi markabiarticle le lertlcle
article he recently wrote wroteWe wroteW wroteWe
We W are wasting tIne the reeou resources of ou ouland our ourland ourland
land he went on and of our ml mland mifteII mifteIIand miscenand
and forests lor we can already aJreact see exha exhation exhaua exhauatJoe exhaustlota
tion m 1ft sight What hat will take the pi piof place placeOf placeof
of three these things thhlpour our iron and coat and andoil L Loil ucIon
oil our lumber and timber the th virgi virgifertility virgin virginfertility rei reitert1lity
fertility of a soil fast being exhausted exhatlateclThat exhepatedrThat r rThat
That was In substance the searching searchlnrinquiry searchingInquiry rcbln rcblnJpq < <
inquiry Jpq addrse addressed ed to the American people peoplebJr peopleby peep peepby
by a man n whose w right to deliver deUvt > r htmset hitnaeWof htmsetof b1tof
of prophesy PIOPY to proved by the facLtfca facLtfcaa tacU tacUa
a generation age Ie he h foresaw today todaybacked todaybaeked todaybacked
backed his h phonfcecy and nd won OIl one of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the greatest t fortunes t in the world worldIt worldIt worldIt
It was a striking atrlklB < < showing thai Mr MrM1U MrBUt fr frlilt
BUt lilt made No nation he declared declaredwas declaredwu dahtredwas
was ever confronted with a sterner sternerquestion sternerquatloe tenterqtloa
question than t n this certain prospect sets setsbefore Metaore setsbefore
before ore us What are we to do with our ourbrother ourbratI ourbrother
brother whose keeper we are how to toprovide toproftde toproelde
provide our own children ehU4 with shelter shelterand abelterand shelterand
and their dally bread5 breadFoal bread breadPettr
Foal 5 Sources ur re a of Natural Na iral Wealth WealthFour WltFoul WealthFour
Four sources of natural wealth the thesea thetbe thesee
sea the mine the forest and the soil soilMr soilMr
Mr HI Hill postulated are provided for forman torn forman
man n to develop The sea contributes not notmore notmore notmore
more than 2 or S per cent Coal and andIron andiron nd ndIron
Iron are the two great t resources rMOU of the theunder theunder theunder
under earth in 1M 1 we will approach approachan
an ironiess age e our home supply will willhave witthve willhave
have retreated retrtftecl retr ted almost to the class c of the theprecious thepredou theprecious
precious rftetala tats in the last decade we wedoubled wedoubltd wedoubled
doubled our consumption of It and andstrangely and8tnuIply andstrangely
strangely enough we think the record recordof recordof recordof
of its progressive ive exhaustion hautlon is a record recordof IeCOrd IeCOrdot recordof
of prosperity JrO pertty of which to be proud proudEngland proudEnKilUld proudEngland
England has now exhausted her more moreeasily MOr MOreaatly moreeasily
easily available coal and nd iron IronancI and mU millions mUJlona mUlions ¬
lions of paupers attest the pinch of ad adjustment adJusbnent adJubtrssent ¬
justment to the new conditions conditio Our Ourforests Ourfores Ourforest
forests fores are cut and waited and no nothought nothought to tothoubt
thought given to the future The soil soilis aotlI soilis
is I exhausted and never replenished replenishedWhat rrplenWhi4What rrplenlsbdWhat
What must t be the end endTo eftdTo endTo
To this th pessimistic outline of the na national DatlonAI national ¬
tional economic destiny an n Answer a wer has hasbeen h hbten basbeen
been made by a man perhaps peru equally equallyas equallywen
as well qualified quail by his studies atud of the thesources tMtIOurees theaourees
sources of wealth and his contributions contributionsto
to developing them as Mr lr Hill He is isthe Isthe Isthe
the man who is i giving gtvin leadership today todayto
to the greatest reatettt movement anywhere anywhereIn
In the world to fortify against such a atragic atrap atragic
tragic destiny de Ufty as Mr Hill foresees He HeIs H HIs Fieis
Is Secretary of Agriculture James Jam Wil Wsison Wilson WJIlIOn ¬
son and nd his answer breathes the spirit spiritof spiritof plrltor
of optimism and nd confidence and assur assurance assurance ur urance ¬
ance of the tt future futureSecurity tutureSecurity futureSecurity
Security of Nation in Soil SoilThe SoilTh SoilThe
The Th future security of the nation mastbe must mustbe maUKbe
be in Its soil said akI Mr Hill and in this thisSecretary tltteSecretary thisSecretary
Secretary Wilson UlIOn fully agreed The soil noilmust so soJIIut soilmust
must bring forth new forests In place placeof pIceot placeof
of those tJIo e cut down it must give power powerand powerand powerand
and heat and light for the teeming mil millions mnJlo m1tllons ¬
lions Jlo of mankind when the coal l and oil oilshall oilshall
shall 1 have hay been exhausted exh usted it must de develop detlop develop ¬
velop tlop substitutes aub tltute for the iron that can cannot cannot cannot ¬
not last t long And ail n these the it t will do doit doIt doIt
it is now ft W doing them themI
I have read Mr Hills Hill article rUcle said saidSecretary saidSecretary td tdSecretary
Secretary Wilson and nd regard It as a acomplete acompl4 acomplete
complete compl4 t arid statesmanlike paper Heoutlines He Heoutlines Heoutll
outlines outll all U the situations with accuracy accura accuracy aCCUrary ¬
cy and an a ability that nobody lam lamfamiliar le lefamlltar losefamiliar
familiar with the national interests interestscould Intere interestscould ttl ttlcould
could have bav applied appliedWith appliedWltb appliedWith
With regard to the exhaustion exh uaUon of ofwood ofwood ofwood
wood oil and coal the farmer will 111 meet meetthat meetthat meetthat
that Congress has taken the first step stepin stepin tep tepIn
in granting free alcohol and this tb de department dertmeftt department ¬
partment rtmeftt is at work learning what can canbe canbe canbe
be done to develop its possibilities po eIbUlUea The Thechemists Thec1etftlst8 Thechemists
chemists are working at a big oannery oanneryn cannery oannefYIn canneryUIt
In n Illinois UIt ots to learn how to produce alco alcotol nicohut alcohol
hut b tol cheaply from the byproducts of that thatHjsiness thatbustness thatbnsimeos
Hjsiness bnsimeosb bnsimeosand and an expert has been sent sento S sentto ltt lttto
to o Europe to study and bring back sup suptllex suppUt1I supplies
plies tllex of seed for production of the big biglock bigtoek blRstock
stock lock potato raised there for alcohol alcoholLitd alcoholanet alcoholand
and Litd stock tock food It is not the ordinaryedbl ordinary ordinaryUble ordinaryedible
edible edbl Uble potato we know but will give givewlee givetwIN givetwice
twIN the alcohol per acre Still other otherixperts otheruperLs otherexperts
experts are studying Ithe the e uses u usesno es of alcoholheat alcohol alcoholt
heat t and power I have no uneasiness uneasinessut uneulneabout uneasinessabout
about ut the prospective ros Uve lack of coal and andSoil andaiL andoil
aiL oil
Soil to Rescue 1 escue in Iron Famine FamineAs FamineAa
As 11 to the approachlfg exhaustion of ofIron otIron ofiron
Iron I would not add to what Mr Hill Hillhas Hillbaa Hillhas
has said He is an expert in that lineand line lineand linetad
and I am not notBut aotBut notBut
But while the Secretary would not at attempt attempt attempt ¬
tempt to combat the tit seriousness of the theu thetJCont1nued theLi
u tJCont1nued Continued on Third Page I > > ase asejo
jo
SHAW CALLS HALT HALTDepositaries HALTON HALTON
ON BANKS LOANING LOANINGFOR LOANINGFORSPECULATION
FOR FORSPECULATION FORSPECULATIONDepositaries SPECULATION SPECULATIONDepositaries
Depositaries Are Warned WarneAgainst WarnedAgainst WsellsAgainst <
Against Using sing Uncle UncleSams UncleSan1s UncleSams
Sams Cash CashEXCESSIVE CashEXCESSIVE
1 EXCESSIVE RATES BARRED BARRE1Surplus BARREDS BARREDStirPlus
Surplus S rph1s of Cash Can Betised Be Beused Bevsed
used By Y Treasury if Banks RanksDont BanksDont anks anksDon
Dont Don t t Need it itSecretary it itSeeretary itSecretary
Secretary Shaw today ltllrned iaso f ffollowing tlt4 tlt4folJowf the thefoilowlttg
following folJowf Important notice to all al aldepositary
k f depositary de pOllultrr banks hankaI
I WI I ant It advised that many IOU IOUaeat llama llamascattered banfescattered
scattered aeat red throughout the country countryT countryIo8n
a T loaning Io8n their surplus fund fundthrough luadthrou fundsthough
through throu h brokers broke and others ot fei New NervYork NewYerk 11 11York
York on call It high rates of in intereat I ItIIIt interest
tereat tereatMoney tIIItloaey terestMoney
> Money loaned loa o Ott call fe well wellnifk wenuahlIy wednigh l
nigh universally for t aperufatfvt aperufatfvtpurposes IaJl spesiUa spesiUapurposes < < UJa UJapGrpGIIeL
purposes pGrpGIIeLI purposesI
I recqgniae r rect nlae the right of any in indfridwal I II tdFrldaal a
dfridwal to speculate in stocks o oin or ort oIn
in t lamia and the legal 1 right of o an anhank anbank n nba
I hank ba to loan money 0DeJ at a appropriate apvropriatirates appropriaterat approprlatrates
rates rat of interest at home or abroad abroadoa abroadample
09 ample ple security even with Uk know knowedge kaowledJethat
edge edJethat that it is I being used u fld for speculative specu speculattve Pfeu Pfeuate
lattve ate purposes purposesI JMlrpo JMlrpowI
wI I am not willing wUltD however Jt thai thaiGovernment thatGcwernJllflot thaOovern
Oovern Government meut money mO 7 shall haU be entices enticesaway enticedaway > d da
away a way from the t ht locality oeaUt where It baa haibeen MebHft baabeen
been deposited for the pur purpose o obeing 01 01bto1ac obeing
being used in ibis hi wayPublic way wayPublic wa7o wa7oPubUe
Public deposits are made ate in I ai aiof aid aidof aidof <
of legitimate business but aa dtgfcfa dtgfcfagnished dfatillgulsbed dlsttnguisbed
gnished from apeenJatfoa whateveIts wkatevei wkateveiits w aieYff aieYffIta
its nature natureDepositary natureDetalT natureDepositary
Depositary city beaks nb are a expectto expect expeeteiJa eted etedto
to loan at regular ratees M or not ot at all cepgad
gad Ja 1 sheg ga squat I ust t not be tempted 9s 9sas e eas
as agents instead of ofot ofother cevrespendeaisJ cevrespendeaisJother = I
other ot depositary de oeitalT back banks NAllSIn to making 18ak eel
loan loa at high rates ratesIf rat ratIf rates1f
If you have mor more > money than jroui jrouicommunity yurcommunity UJ UJmmualty
community can appropriately absorb absorbplease aba absorbplease rb rbP
please P return It to tbe Treasury for forcan to tocan Itn
can n be promptly placed where It t will wtUmucbood willmuch d dmuch
much mucbood good This does not apply fc fcbanks
banks with large la lae f reserves eM regularly oa oaMpnlt endeposit
deposit with city eorr correspondents correspondentsThe pondenu pondenun
The n e notice had a depressing re reimmediately sing effect effectthe effecthe 011 011market
whichre
the he market which immediately immedtat y 1 1away tell tellaay fellaway
away nearly n arl a point although tho eon concensus eonnaus eoncensus
census naus of opinion was that the wove movshould I woveshould Ove Oveshould
should hav hil have lad a < d an opposite effect effectmoney trect Th Thmoney TIM TIMmon
money mon rate ran down fo 0 8 per cent centbankers an anbankers aadbankers
bankers believed bt > lIcpd that tha t It would preven prevenhigher prevent preventhJh prevenhigher
hJh higher r rates for some 80m time timeDr timeGEORGETOWN timeGEORGETOWN
GEORGETOWN MAN MANHELD MANHELD
HELD IN DENVER DENVERAS DENVERAS
AS COUNTERFEITER COUNTERFEITERDr
Dr Eggleston Charged ChargecWith ChargedWith ChargedWith
With Fostering Sin Swindling Sv Sindung n ndUng ¬
dUng Scheme SchemeDENVER SchemeDENVER SchemeDENVER
DENVER Col Cot Sept pt 7 1Ne 7New New evident evidenthas evideneebaa evidencehas
has been accumulated against ut Dr J D DEggleston Dt DEgRieton
Eggleston t ft son of the President of th thPacific tM tMPadfte t tPacific
Pacific Express Expr Company Com pac y and gradual gradualof duate duateot
of Georgetown CD D C University wh whwas who whow whowag
was w arrested July 27 7 l by the local United UniteStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States Secret Service agents a < < ents chargec elisrgdwith chargecwith cu4HIwith
with counterfeiting counterfeitingIt countertei D DIt < <
It Is I now charged cha that since Inee lIst h hhas he hehas hehas
has fostered a plan among his t friend friendto lrielHtlto e eto
to buy up Government bonds in connec connection conneeUon connectwa
tion with counterfeiting schemes schemesAccording achemesAccording schemesAccording
According to County County Clerk D H
Doughty of Delta Dr Eggleston EtJIrle ton ae aecompanied a aoompanied c ccompanied
companied him on a camping trip 01 01A on onGrand onGrand
Grand Mesa in Delta county In 19O 19Oand 190and
and while In the hilts it III alleged Dr DrICJdeton UrX
X ICJdeton estop suggested the following plan plantoDougbty planto
to toDougbty Doughty
uA e A friend of Bgglestons Ele ton who whothen was wasthen wasthen
then engaged with the Government orernrnent In Inthe Inthe inthe
the Washington offices was w to furnish furnishsaid turnl8bthe furnishthe
the neeeuary paper and fIIother friend trtendwd friendsaid
said to be an expert engraver was toEggleston to
furnish the plates platestoJoin Eggleston wanted
Doughty to toJoin join him in opening openin offices
In New eYork York for or the ostensible pur purpose IJUrpoae purpose ¬
pose of buying Government Uo ernment bonds In Inge
large lar < ge < e quantities uatUtles The doctors argument argun a n nt
for such such a campaign was u that the at with with
thee these arrangements uran < < e aents as a Ibllnd TOind J the
New York financiers would be deceivedand deceived deceivedand deceivedand
and the field of operations would beunlimited be beunlimited beunlimited
unlimited making makin the eventual success successof Buee Bueeot aucctaeof
of the venture Inevitable a as s long as the
Government bonds bond were good and the thecounterfeiting thecounterteltlnc thecounterfeiting
counterfeiting scheme chem held together
July 21 Dr Hartley O Baker attacked
Dr Eggleston In the latter latters s office offi ce The
trouble it appears appel occurred when Ba ¬
ker claimed that tha Eggleston retained th the
formers surgical nstruments after th the
two had dissolved partnership
As a result of the row ro Baker in ¬
formed t rmed against Eggleston and secretservee secret secretservice
service lee men immediately raided EgRles Eggl
tons office and found negatives of o
United States bills proofs proofs from ffonf th5 th5negatives the thonegattv thenegatives
negatives negattv and molds with which to car carry carry ¬
ry on extensive counterfeiting counterfeitingWILL counterfeltin counterfeltinWILL counterfeitingWILL < <
WILL OF VICE CONSUL CONSULOF CONSULOF CONSULOF
OF SWEDEN FILED TODAY TODAYThe
The n will wlllo of Edward August Petersondated Peterson Petersondated Pet8Ondated
dated April 21 i was today offered 0r8l9 forprobate for forprobate torpro
probateMr probate probateMr pro ate ateMr
Mr Peterson was formerly Swedish Swedishvice Swedthvice Swedishvice
vice consul at Washington H He died on onshipboard nnhlpboard onshipboard
shipboard and nd was burled at sea H Au August AuUt August
gust Ut 3 3By 3By 3By >
By his will he ae leave 16 his estate tate to his hiswidow Illswidow ksa ksawidow
widow Mrs l8 Mary C Peterson yho Isnam is isnamed Isuam
uam named d as executrix exoeutrlxI
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Jealous Rivals the Assa Assailants AssailantsJf lants lantsOf
Of the E Escort cort of Young Woman
Joseph Settle Shot Shot ShotBadly jmd jmdBadly I IBadly
0 0Unknovn
Badly Beaten by byUnknown byn Y
Unknown UnknownMen Unknovni UnknownMen n
MenGIRL Men MenGIRL MenGIRL
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GIRL HELD BY POLICE POLICEAS POLICEAS POLICEA
A AS WITNESS IT IN I CjlJE CjlJESister ch chif j ja jSister
if ifSister
Jan a 1 1Says
Sister of the he Injured Injured Man ManSays 1 1Says
Says She Can Name the theParties theParties J JPartl
Parties Partl s Who Made Madethe Madethe i 1 1the
the Assault AssaultJealous ssault ssaultJoaa sr
t
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Jealous rivaia ri who ho are re believed believedto believe believeto belieTto
to have uaye followed Joseph Settle anti awfTftsaie antiTasaie J JBywater
Tftsaie Bywater front tro Alexandria Ale Ddrla toLuna to toLuna tolu
Luna lu Park la Jut t night are suspected auapeetalof suspects suspectsof
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of having ha made the murderous as asa aaa1t asstuit
a1t a alt upon Settle with a revolver revolverfind rfllvohepand revolverand
and stones sto as a result of which he hefa heits i ii
its fa i today lying 1ln 1yin in a serious mot condition conditionat
at the Emergency m IpIICY Ho Hospital pItal Settle Settleis SettleIsle I IaID
aID is In a highly h J nervous condition cOft llinn and andwma Dd DdWU
wee this afternoon unable We to shed she4any h
any 7 light on the identity of his as asaailant aliMiJuat assalient
salient liant or assailants His HI sister sisterKra slaterJI
Kra JI L D J Hackiey Heek however says saysal saysthe a ae
al the > e knows knoW1t several seven mrri r1 who ho were wereeuvious wereenious pre preou
euvious ou of Settle ettie and if t necessary necessaryshe neetSUlr neetSUlrshe necessaaryshe
she declares will furnUh t4l h the polke polkeof poUnof i iof
of Alexandria who are investigating investigatingthe
the t 1M case with Ith their name nameMiss D DBywater natoesM3a1
Miss Bywater ia i CustodyMiss CutM CutMMia Custody Custodyllias
Mia BTWt Bywater By water r who Is ot iDediura bind traSdand tnandnd bindand
and nd a pronounced blonde wearingglasses wearing wearingglasses w ww
glasses was w taken taa in charge by Deputy DeputyPherur Depultlbe Deputyherit
Pherur tlbe herit Howard Fields of Alexandria Alexandriacounty AlexandriaCounty AJexaack1acout
county cout last aft night Immediately ImllMlJla ty afterthe after afterthe altertbe
the shooting booUD and at a noon today she waa waastill waa8t11t
still In custody utodo She lb was w credited c withhaving with withbavin wttbbav
having bavin bav made e the statement t that tha a aI oof oofored coiored
ored man n did the shooting hood but butMId today todayshe todapshe
I she said she was unable u to say whetherthe whether whetherthe bet bettbe
the wan she saw waowajta Ia + at colored eglOradpolice coloredTh CfiI nd ndt
Th police police of of t Alexandria say they tbvttait theySot wOl wOloil
Sot oil frtieaH s the th woman oman until they tb hare havelearned harelearned y yall
learned all 11 she knows know of the shootingSettles shooting shootingSettles MootlneSettles
Settles Injuries 11I tries Serfem Serfemi SeMMWhUe Sari
i While Settles Settle condition is serious rloua ithi It Itto
to not believed by Dr Dallas Button Buttonarid Suttoaarl4 Suttonand
arid other otb physicians hy at the hospital hospitalthat bOIpltaIbat hospitalthat
that he will die ae a result ef the theMil pistolball pistol pistolball
ball wound In his neck or the injuries injuriesabout injuriesabout aJurIeIabout
about his bead and face The Tb xray xraywa xrayIIMCI xraywas
wa was need On Settle this morning morai DrSutton Dr DrButton DrSuttGn
Button who first treated the wounded woundedman woUD ed edMTS
man says the bullet entered the neck neckon neckon
on the left side below the ear and andlodged andlodged nd ndlodpd
lodged Itself In the roof of Settles Settlesmonth Settle SettleJDOlltIL Settlesmouth
month The surgeons IUI will endeavor eadea vor to toextract topxtra toextract
extract pxtra < < the ball this afternoon If Set Settles BetUe Settle ¬
tles Ue a condition will permit peltl t In ad addition a4diti addlUua ¬
dition diti n to the pistolball wound ouod Set Bettie Settle Settle
tle Is suffering u < < erial from I severe 8 laceration lacerationon l oeraUon oeraUonon
on the top oC his hi head The wnind lUnd Is IsseverU I IJltvtriLl Isseveral
several inches long and Dr Button 8utWtlCm1pelled wascompelled was wascompelled
compelled to take a number of stitches stitchesIn titch titchIn
In tkc the scalp in order to close the open opening 0 0ins opening ¬
ing This injury was w inflicted with a astone aaccordlq astone
stone accord according to Settles Settle story He Healso HealllO Bealso
also has he sever several leveral severe v contusions andbruises and andbruises an4bru
bruises bru about ut the face particularly particularlyaround parUeQlarlyround particularlyaround
around round the ryes ye and nose It is thought thoughtthey thouabtthty thoughtthey
they w were re made with nstsSeMier flats JlataSolei flatsSoldier
Soldier Solei But Htrvetw NsrvwsAlthough HtrvetwAlthough Nw NwAltbousb
Although Settle ttle has served some time timein timeIn timeIn
in the United States Cavalry and faced facedmany tace taceIllaBY facedmany
many bullets In the Philippines PMUppi he was wasa wua wasa
a nervous 018 wreck last night because o othe oi oithe oilbe
the shock of the shooting The phy physicians ph phIDtormed pstyafrJen ¬
sicians informed him repeatedly today todaythat todayut todaythat
that he ws not In any Immediate Immediatedanger Immediatedancer Immediatedanger
danger of dying d7ln < < and requested him toremain to toremain toNIDaIn
remain quiet but he is 1 unable to do soSettIe so soSettles 80Settlea
Settles SettIe i story of the shooting sbootlo is as s fol foilows follows tollow ¬
lows low
lowsI
001 I have bav known Miss Bywater B twater for a anumber anumber anumber
number of years 111 and until 1 enlisted enlistedIn en itad
In the army arm we were we sweethearts She Shehas Sbebu Shehas
has has been living In Rappabannoek eounty eountyVs OOUIIQVa eou ty tyVa
Va for some time and nd since my y return returnI urn urnI
I have visited her often and gone to a anumber anumber anumber
number of places with Ith her While I was wasaway waawy wasaway
away wy she cultivated the acquaintance acquaintanceof
of several eral young oun men who have seen me mewith mewith
with her > ince my return and see evinced evincedtheir evinCfldtheir evincedtheir
their displeasure although not In words wordsto worelto wordsto
to me or her herIjist hernight herLast
Last night we left Alexandria AI tndrla to togo togoto go pto goto
to Luna park We Ve saw w no one on the thecar tbecar tJhecar
car that we recogniaed After takingin taking takingin taklaltIn
in the various amusements amuaeme ta in the parkwe park parkwe prJtwe
we strolled around the grounds and andAnally 8Itdftnally andflnally
Anally went to a path h between een the t e cir circle oIrcia atrcle ¬
cle swing and roller coaster We Wt Wtdown sat satdown satdown
down on the ground < < round and watched the thecrowd th thcrowd thecrowd
crowd along lGag the Trail TrailSuddenly TrailSuc1ie TrailSuddenly
Suddenly Suc1ie ly Something SDmt IBI Hit Him HimM1ss HimKiM HimMiss
KiM Bywater and I had been therebut there therebut therebut
but a short while whll when suddenly some something so solhlng something ¬
thing struck me m on the top of the headI head
I thought my m head would be carried oft oftmy 0 0my odfmy < <
my shoulders Blood began to trickle trickledown trickledown trickledown
down my back and Miss Ia Bywater Bywaterjumped Bywater BywaterJumped yter yterjumped
Jumped to her feet and lId began scream screaming IJCremf screamlag ¬
lag f Before I could rise n stones began beganfalling becanrallha beganfailing
falling rallha < < about me and fist blows fell on onmy onmy onmy
my face Miss Mi Bywater fainted and fellto fell fellto tellto
to the ground Just us she be fell a re revolver revolver revolver ¬
volver was w discharged dl ehrcec I felt the bullet bulletenter bulletenter bulletenter
enter my neck and I was almost almo t wild wildwith wUdwltb wildwith
with pain The young lady was w so near nearwhen
when the bullet was fired that she was wasburned wa waburned
burned by the powder from the explod exploding exploding explodlag ¬
ing shell For a few moments I was wastoo wa watoo wantoo
too weak and nervous to get et on my feet feetbut reetbut feetbut
but I finally rose with Mis > > laa Bywaters Bywatersassistance Bywatersa8llf1ttfLDce Bywatersassistance
assistance and nd we walked down the thepath tbepath thepath
path to the main entrance where the thepark thepark thepark
park police and other ot er attendants caught caughtme cauhtme caughtme
me as 1 was about bout to fall I have no noidea noidea noidea
idea who assaulted ulted me but I know knowthere knowthere knowthere
there was w more than oneMiss one oneMiss on onMisa
Miss Bywaters Story StoryTVhen StoryWhen StoryWhen
When seen this morning at politeheadquarters police policeheadquarters polleebeadquarters
headquarters in Alexandria Miss By Bywater Bywater Bywater
water stated that she he was unable nabl to todistinguish todbUngubh todistinguish
distinguish whether the man who shot shotContinued shotContinued bot botContinued
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125 to Baltimore and Return ReturnVia ReturnVta ReturnVta
Vta Pennsylvania Railroad every jry Satur Saturcept Saturday Saturday
day and Sunday All Ular trains ex oxce except
ce cept t the Congressional Coogres Con resslonalmited lonal Limited Tickets Ticketsgood Ticketsgood Ticketssod
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Tears of Bride Plead PleadBoy PleadBoy lead leadboy
Boy Husband Released Releasedtfrcent Released1Yi1dcel1t
1Yi1dcel1t > > tfrcent cent Cotmtry Eou try Lowcrs Levers Come C Cnm rnet tcrQ toCryacrd toCryacrdBridegroom < r rtvand rtvandBridegroom ai aiBridegroom
Bridegroom of a Day Is Haled to Court Courtfor Courtfor Courtfor
for Carrying Concealed Weapons
Halve Mal IWep Hughes J and his pretty < < little littlebride IIUleof littlebride
bride e of yesterday were reunited ted in toTudg inJudge
Judge 1 Tudg OXeals ON court today after baT havhad baTIa haytug
Ia tug been separated since tile minister ministerhad
had pronounced prODOII ced them t one Judge JucI ONeal ONealfirst ONeaIInt ONealfirst
first fined the boy 1110 NQ for carrying carryingconcealed eaJTln carryingooneealed
concealed 1e4 weapons weapo and later took his hispersonal hispersonal
personal bond and told him bla to go bas Beekto bee beeto basto
to his Virginia Vlr tnla home and start life anew anewRarely anewRarely w wRarely
Rarely has a District court witnessed witnessedA wttneaaeclJIMI8
A more pathetic scene than that which wbiclaatttlWkd whichattended
attended Hughes H trial l a1 Yesterday YesterdayHughes YMterdyH YesterdayHughes
Hughes H tape and ad Miss JIU Hattie E Taylor Tu of ofRichpatch of1tIehpatch ofRtchpatcb
Richpatch Va slipped away from tro their theirhomes thettbo theirhomes
homes bo and came to Washington W oa to her hermarried beIDanied brmarried
married They were accompanied econtd by bythe bythf bythe
the boy boys brother brotherGoes brotherGoes brotherGoes
Goes t to Sleep ia i Cafe CafeOn CafeOn CafeOn
On leaving lea vine home Hughes who knew knewnothing knewnothing mew mewrotblng
nothing about city ways put his pistol pistolQTfiRr pIIItotSTORK pistolSTORK
QTfiRr oliM STORK pAVQ rAIo PAYS UIQIT VISIT VISITDISTRICT VISITDISTRICT lol lolArrival
DISTRICT BUILDING BUILDINGWELCOMES BUILDINGWELCOMES
WELCOMES A BOY BOYArrival BOYArrival
Arrival of Young Colored ColoredAmerican ColoredAmerican ColoredAmerican
American C Causes Much MuchExcitement MuchExcitement 1 uch uchExcitement
Excitement ExcitementWhile
While the wheels of the city govern government government vena venat ¬
ment t were w slowly grinding this 01 morn mornIng RIOInIn morning
Ing In the stork paid an unexpected visit visitto vIattto visitto
to the District Building Bulkl leaving a aninepound aniDepowMl aninepound
ninepound newcomer a boy In the theofnoe theo theefice
ofnoe o Ioe of tfc the Charities Cbartu Bureau The Theevent Thevent Theevent
event which for the time Um threw the theclerks theelerk theclerks
clerks into a state of otwelt well excited in interest Interestmarked interestmarked ¬
terest terestmarked marked the first time the Dis Districts Dlatrict Districts ¬
tricts trict population has Ita been added deled to tounder tounder tounder
under the very roof of the District DistrictBuilding DbtrlctBuilding DistrictBuilding
Building BuildingThe BuildingThe BuildingThemother
Themother The mother of the lusty young Ameri American American AJDerican ¬
can is Henrietta Sargent a seventeen seventeenyearold NeJKeenyrold se seyearold
yearold colored girl of M Logan Io an place placeShe pI pIShe pieceShe
She entered the Charities Charttl Charities Bureau short shortly shortly Olt OltIy ¬
ly after t oclock ocloekendingto intending int to ask a admission ad admission adInllon ¬
mission to one of l the local hospitals hospitalswhere hospitalswhere hospitalswhere
where comfortable quarters quarte could be beprovided beprovided beprovided
provided tor the anticipated arrival arrivalThese arrivalTheae arrivalThese
These plans however went awry for forit torit forit
it immediately became I > < < me apparent that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the time for the storks > > torJt coming com inC hadbeen had hadbeen hadHen
been badly guessed A call s1 was warhoned phoned phonedupstairs phOfteclupetalrs honed honedupstairs
upstairs to the health department and andDr andDr andDr
Dr Murray urray Gait Motley Xotte Mo ee hurried to the thescene theaaeene1nd thescene
aaeene1nd scene md announced his bl Intention of ofassuming oral8umlr ofasumir
al8umlr assuming charge of mother and infant infantA JnfantA infantA
A few minutes mlnut later a wee voice was washeard WMheard wanheard
heard sounding undlng in the corridors corrl4o and andDr andDr andDr
Dr Motter M tter emerging from the hastily hastilyimprovised lat latJmproltted hastilyImprovised
improvised receiving ward announced announcedwith announcedwith noumed noumedwith
with pride that his charge was wuh8tthy a ahealthy ahealthy
healthy bouncing boyThe boy boyThe boyThe
The mother and child child were remqved remqvedthe removed removedto retn ed edto
to the Homeop Homeopathic ttotame Hospital latIn In an aner th am ambulance 1Uftbulance ¬
it bulance and a aCharities report reportttotame came ca later er to the theCharities UteCharIties he
Charities Bureau employes that both bothwere bothwere bothwere
were doing doln well wellA wellA wellA
A suggestion was made to Dr Motter Mottertbrt Jotter Motterthrt Jotterthat
that ha select a suitable 3ultabl name for a the thenew thenew
new baby but the doctor modestly y ydined de declined dedined ¬
dined clinedAnother dinedAQother dinedAnother
Another man said the municipal baby babyihoikl bab baba babyshotld
a ihoikl qild be christened Municipal RastusSargent RatuSaJJt Rastus RastusSaraent
Saraent and that on arriving 1mvtn < < at his hisservice bJtImajority hismajority
majority ke It he taken Into the District Districtservice DbItrlotaenrtee
service as one of CL C L Perry Caraoaa Caraoaaforce Carsonsforce a atorce
force
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In his pocket aM air a Nt of brU brUkaucltlft brass brassknuckles
knuckles which be was accustomed aecuatomed to tocurrying toCIITI tocurrying
currying CIITI in the country eowa 7 for protection protectionr proteedonThe protectionThe
The you young people Were married In the theprI ther
prI r of the Howard House and 1wa 1m 1mMely IIDlIIec
lIIec a Mely after the ceremony CereIDOO Hughes Hugheswent Hqbeaweat Hugheswent
went out to buy some fruit Two hours hoarsutter bounlater hourslater
later be was u found asleep on the floorof floor floorof ftoorof
of a cafe atf The policeman said he was wasintoxicated wasIntoxicated wasintoxicated
intoxicated and the little IltU bride through throughher tbro tbroJaer throughher
her tears declared he had been dragged draggedfor dJouaedfor druggedfor
for he had never done anything wrong wrongin wron wronIn wrongIn < <
in his b life Hughes Hugh was taken to the tbepolice tlopolice thepolice
police station tloa where bftoe the pistol and andknuckles aadJuaueItIe andknuckles
knuckles were found t farad Utad In his ala possession ponesatonand possessionand poNHaIonaJHI
and this tbl morning < < he sat t with the motley motleythrong JDOteythlUftlir motleythrong
throng of prisoner In the Police Court Courtpen Courtpea Courtpen
pen penWhen
When the case ea was w called Judge JudgeONeal Jud JudgeONeal e eONeal
ONeal beard the policemans evidence evidenceand fVIdencttlined evidenceand
and fined young Hughes H 1110 1 Tbe little littlebride UtUebri4e Uttlebride
bride sat over in one corner of the thecourt theeourt thecourt
court room Through the efforts of ofAgent oft ofAgent
Agent t Masaey 1Ia ot the Prisoners Prt onfln Aid 3ociety So Society Sodety ¬
ciety Campbell Carrington was retain retained retained retained ¬
ed In the case and succeeded In having havingIt
It reopened During his argument argumentHughes argumentUuheatood argumentHughes hismetes metes metesblinking
Hughes Uuheatood stood In the dock his eyes eyesblinking feI feIbUnklnc
blinking In an effort to keep srfbackace backace back tears tearsthat t tbat tears tearshat
that bat were re very vel near the surface srf and andhis nd ndhla
his his chin quivering < < with nervousness nervousnessJust nervousnessJust rvo rvoJU8t
Just back of him was w his h young YOUR < < wife wifeher wifebel wifeher
her pretty brown eyes e red with weep weeping weepinc weeping
ing When she he took the stand tand to lei leijust tell teltJust telljust
just what a good boy Malven was he heemotion her heremotion heremotion
emotion so overcame her that Judge JudgnONeal JudpONeal JudgeONeal
ONeal quickly excused her After Aft hear hearing hNrIn hearIn ¬
ing In a strong plea In Hughes defenseJudge defense defenseJudge detenuJu
Ju Judge < < e ONeal ON l canceled the fine took the Uuboyg theboys theboys
boys personal bond and told him to go gohome gohome 0 0hon
home hon e
Timidly Thanks Judge JudgeThe JdZeThe JudgeThe
The next case was called and DCl while whilet whileTudee whileJudge
Judge ONeal was leaning over one side sideof 81deof sideof
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of his desk talking the little bride mad madher made madeher
her way up to the desk She went timid timidly UmtdIy timidly
ly through the aisle Ia and up the three threesteps tbnteatepa threesteps
steps leading to the chair and 00 whenJudge when whenJudge wteJlJ114118
Judge ONeal ON turned round a little llttkhand littlekancI
hand went ent fluttering out to his and a atimid aUmid atimid
timid voice said Thank you The Thejudge TheJudp Thejudge
judge cleared his hi throat and ad said slightly slight slightly Uptly ¬
ly confused 0 thats all right rightA rlptlOOn rightAs
A As soon as they got together W < < itber Hughes Hughespulled HughMpulled Hughespulled
pulled his ha wifes wit arm through her h add iuidthey addthey ad adthey
they went down the long Ion flights of ofstairs oftaln ofstairs
stairs arm In arm The tears had been oeenchased iMlenchued beenchased
chased away and the Httle bride was waan waanIImUM < all allsmiles altsmiles
smiles smilesWeve smilesWeve
Weve eye never been In hecity the city beforeshe before beforeshe bef r rshe
she said later tater and 0 well be so glad gladto r1acIto gladto
to go I did not sleep Ieep a wink all lat lastnight latnight lutalP
night alP t just cried and cried and cried criedHe criedHe criedHe
He never intended Inten ed to do anybody harm harmSJou harm1Jou harmUou
SJou know In the country he carries carriesthose carriNtbo carriesthose
those tbo e things for protection and he didntknow didnt didntknow dldntknow
know he was w doing anything wrong wrongwhen WIOftIwhen wrongwhen
when he brought them here He H neverwas never neverwas neverin
was in any trouble In his life and nd just justto ju Justto t tto
to think of this coming roml just as a we weremarried were weremarried weremarrted
married No I am m not going olne to my
borne We are going to his hi and I must mustsay mUfieay mustsay
say I like the country better The big bigcities bigcUI bigcities
cUI cities will always Iway frighten m me now nowCAUGHT nowCAUGHT nowCAUGHT
CAUGHT AFTER TWO YEARS YEARSAND YEARSAND YEARSAND
AND CHASE OVER WORLD WORLDCHICAGO WORLD WORLDCHICAGO WORLDCHICAGO
CHICAGO Sept 7 7Attn Alter eluding detectives de detectives det ¬
t tectives Uves on hit trail for over two years yearsWilliam y yWllIIm yearsWilliam
William Donahue accused of the mur murder murder murder ¬
der of Walter G SeIbert a Chicago Chicagodruggist ChleapdrUJrt Chicagodruggist
druggist on the night of April S So SoWall MW MWwas 1101was
was arrested late yesterday In Indian Indianapplta haclJanpol Indiana
a applta pol is by Detective Joe Kennedy KennedyDonahue KennedyDonahue KennedyDonahue
Donahue was arrested arre led after officers officershad o antlleershad < < IeerII IeerIIhad
had followed him thousands thouan of miles mileseven Mlteaeven mileseven
even as far aa Ireland IrelandKennedy lre1aPdX4NUHl IrelandKennedy
Kennedy X4NUHl y had known Donahue sincethe since sincethe ace aceUte
the two wear boys and he says he hesurely 1Ieaurely hesurely
surely has hl his man manLumber maDLumber manLumber
Lumber at Old Prices PrieatLumber PriCOlLumber PricesLumber
Lumber Trust broken 11I > J0 flooring re reduced reduced reduced ¬
duced to JXW 360 per 1M feet L4bbey b bCo
Co 9th et and N L IT itveAd ave AdA Ad o otI
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MEETING PLACE PLACERoss PLACtAT PLACEAT
AT JAMfSTOWN JAMfSTOWNI
I TO BOOM CITY CITYt CITYAndrews
t Ross Andrews Sugges Suggestion Su ugges uggesI gges ggesfi
I tion fi on for Big BI Casino no at atExposition ati atExposition
i Exposition Meets AteetsWith MeetsWith eets eetsI
I With Favor FavorMACFARLAND FavorI FavoriA1ACFARLAND FavorRL
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MACFARLAND F FI RL DALSO ALSO ALSOIS ALSOt
t IS I IN LINE WITH IDEA IDEAGreat IDEAGreat DE DEGreat
Great Casino Would Be Suit Suitable Suitt Suitable ¬
t able Building in Which to toExploit toExploit toExploit
Exploit Washingtons WashingtonsGreatness WashingtonsGreatness WashingtonsGreatness
GreatnessCommissioner Greatness GreatnessCommissioner GreatnessI
I Commissioner Comm sione Macfartand MacfartandGives MafarlandGives Mac artand artandGives
Gives His Indorsement IndorsementWe
We w ought by all mesas to be rep represented rfpreRftted represented ¬
resented by an exhibit In a suitable suitablebuilding auUahlehulldt4 suitablebuilding
building hulldt4 < < at the Jamestown Exposi Exposition ExpotliUon Exposition ¬
tion Nothing better is the way of ofadvertising otadverUldnc ofadvertising
advertising could be done Even Evenwithout EenI
without an exhibit our represent representation rep representI nt ntI ¬
I
I I tion t ion at St Louts and Buffalo Bu < < alo In the thecelebration Ihei thecelebration
i celebration of District of Columbia Columbiaj
j i i Day advertised the National Capi CapiItal CapItal Capttel
I
Ital tel profitably A proper exhibition exhibitionof
of our attractions and Ad resources em emphasised empbaalMld emphasised ¬
phasised by an appropriate celehratioa celehra celebration celehratlOft ¬
tion on a day specially pedaJI set apart wIllbweAt will willbenefit tUlbeaeftt
benefit us Just t as It benefits bea ttAI otherStates other otherStates otb r rStatea
States and cities clU on similar ora orastons 014stolt a ra raatons
stons stolt The Tb Commissioners wiii be beglad btlad beglad
glad < < lad to help this tbl effort In any possi possible PQssible pose posehi ¬
ble hi way It wtU certainly bring brio many manymore mall mallaore manymore
more aore people to Washington Wl ctoa besides besidesInstructing txldelItructta besidesInstructing
Instructing those who cannot comeOn come comeOf comeor
Of course oour both bo I the tINt exhibits anti anilthe antithe andthe
the building bu 4tIIc should aboakIlM be firstclassw flrstclass flrstclasswhether ftnItclasswtN
whether wtN w her Mr large lsrg or email u The building buildingshould building1M buildingshould
should be peefaet la architecture andIt and andIt andIL
It posdfbla typical ef Wtgdt Wajming4on Wajming4onH W WIl Don Donii
H B F 1 MACrAJlLANj MACrAJlLANjPresident M CIARLANJ cr iRiAN iRiANPresident > Iof
President Bear Heard of Commissioners CommissionersDmtrict eoarTtonfrBDIIItItet CoamtialonersDistrict
Dmtrict of otThe Columbia cotuzublsThe ColumbiaThe
r
The plans for an exhibit at the Jame Jametown Jameto Jamestown
town to Exposition E n under the th direction of ofa ofa ofa
a Joint committee of the three local localtrades localtrades al alt
trades t bodies which was formulated at ata ata ata
a meeting meetln < < of the presidents of these thesethree thesethree thesethree
three organisations orUon yesterday y terday morning morningwas morningwall morningwas
was given ven enthusiastic approval by b ih ihdirectors thttlndon the thedirectors <
directors of the Jobbers and Shippers ShippersAssociation ShlrpersAoclatioo ShippersAmocation
Association which held their regularmeeting regular regularmeeting regularmMtln
meeting mMtln in the afternoon afternoonCharles ateraeoaChart aierOOn aierOOnCharles
Charles Chart J J Bell Ross Ro a P Andrews and andMonroe andionroe andMonroe
Monroe Luchs Luch were w named as the com committee CQmmitt committee ¬
mittee mitt from the association association datJon and it Is iapossible IspoeeIbie ispossible
possible that to these u other names will willbe willbe 111 111bewed
be bewed added They wilt Join with similar similarcommittees similareommltteee aitnllarcommittees
committees from the Business Bwdn Mens As Assoclatton AsUon Association
soclatton Uon and the Board of Trade Ac Action Acttoft Aclion ¬
lion by b the two latter organisations will willnot wtllnot willnot
not be taken probably until the latter latterpart latterpart latterpart
part of next week because of the ab absenee aboe abaenee
senee oe from the city ett of many members membersof
of their boards Qf directors directorsThe dllectorsThe directorsThe
The headquarters headquarters of the association associationwill auociat1onwiU associationwill
will soon be established in the Munsty Munstybuilding Kums Munsseybuilding y ybulldj
building bulldj Secretary Secretal Lucks this thl morn morning murnIn morning ¬
ing In < < arranged for a lease on rooms on outhe onthe 011the
the third floor where the business or ortttd tfthe < > f fthe
the association will be conducted a as assoon l a asoon 5 5800n
soon as the u necessary furniture can be beInstalled oeinatailed beinstalled
installedGood Installed InstalledGead inatailedGMtl
Good Thing Says Andrews AndrewsMr AJlirewslr
Mr lr Andrews has taken tak a special a ial In Interest tntet interest ¬
terest in the Jamestown project His Hlaplan Hisplan Hisplan
plan is to erect a great t casino within withinthe withiuthe withinthe
the exposition grounds undM which shall be a ameeting aJDeedq ameeting
meeting place for Washington people peopleMembership ople aopleMembert oplelembenhlp
Membership Membert hlp In this thl Jamestown Exposi Exposition ExposlHon Exposithen ¬
Hon club could be secured upon the pay payment paynMftt paymeat ¬
meat of subscriptions BUb lertptlolUl as small aU inamount in inamount inamouat
amount as one dollar and Mr Andrews Andrewsconfident Andrfwsconftdent Andrewsconfident
confident that with such ucb subscriptions subscriptionsCSOOO subscriptions1t5
CSOOO 1t5 000 can be obtained easily easilyI u
I cant think of any an better plan of ofbringing ofbrin ofbringing
bringing brin Dg tbe advantages vtaru of Waajjington Waajjingtonto W Washigton Washigtonto gton gtonto
to the lb attention of the people of tbe tbeSouthern tbeSouUtern theSouthern
Southern States Stat than by an exhibit at atJamestown atJ atJamestown
Jamestown J toft said Mr Andrews Pdrews this thiamorning this1D0min thismorning
morning 1D0min Hundreds Hunct of tbousand thousands of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the best people in these th States State will be beat beat beat
at Jamestown and in a receptive mood moodIf moodIt moodIf
If we oant cantoqnvinot nt convince them then of our ourattractions ourttractlotui ourattractions
attractions and opportunities 1 doubt If Ifany Jtany flany
any other method will tU produce this re result result result ¬
sult
Macfarlaad Approve ApprGYMConmaoner ApprovesCommlaaioner ApproveCommissioner
Commissioner Maria Macratmnd and has in informed Inform8d informed ¬
formed President Bell of the obbera Jobbersand obberaand obberaand
and Shippers Association of his sym sympathy aympath sympathy ¬
pathy path with wlt the project to erect a Wash Washngton WMshngton Washngton
ngton building bulldln at t the exposition ex iUon and andof andor andof
of his belief that Congress CoaIr can be in induced Induced induced ¬
duced to make k an appropriation for to this thispurpose th111PUIJMNHt t cla clapurpose
purpose I share that belief W We would wouldnot wouidnot wouldnot
not need a large sum seusesy say S1OU9 100U0 or or1M0and orftiand orIL10Pand
1M0and with that a very creditable creditablebuilding creclitablebuJldlD1 creditablebuilding
building might bt be erected erectedIt
It would be a meeting meet place for forWashington forWhion furWashington
Washington people P80D and an illustraton illustratonof
of Washingtons hospitality It would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be a point from which we could send sendour aendour sendour
our friends on to see the city elt for them themselves themselves themllel ¬
selvesMr selves selvesMr llel YM YMMr
Mr Andrews thinks it might mt be pos possible POIIIhle poesibl ¬
sibl sible Ihle to have the exhibits of Washing Washington Whlnston Washington ¬
ton merchants and business men tn in n the thasame thttbulJUn thesam
same sam building bulJUn as that used u d for club and andsocial ant antal andsocial
social al purposes This however is ismtt i imatter a amatte
mtt matter for future discussion discusfrtoRThe dlJteUMlonTile discussionThe
The Big Four Clab ClabThe ClabTbe ClubThe
The same oommittee will eotfer with withcommittees withcetlJftaitteeil withcommittees
committees from the Board of Trade Tradeand Tradethe Tradeanil
and the Business B ACens en Association Associationas
as a tc 1 > the proposed Four Hundred Thou Thousand ThouD4 Thouaed ¬
sand D4 Club which shall have for us uspurpose itlpurpo itspurpose
purpose purpo the increase of the he population populationof population populationor
of the city to that figure by 1110 In Inthis Intb Inthis
this tb project pro t Mr Lucna takes a site special snt sntcaal sitedel ¬
del interest and h 11ft is very nnxioua nnxiouato ftnxl nnxlousto ul ulto
to see it carried to a successful con consummation consummation conaummatlon ¬
summation summationOne aummatlonOne summationOne
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