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V 2 THE WASHINGTON T TIMES SATURDAY Rl TURDA Y SEPTEMBER 8 190 1906
ha has shjo Mom If ever v r toMn mtuUad ed in the thed Utehll1t th thMto7
hll1t Mto7 < ot boat ftcla ItI ZiigInd ftd En Enthul n nthuaM1c
thul thuaM1c tlc npport upportra of Cambd4e rah rahed h hed
ed d into Int to the th water trying to reach the thevictor theIctera th thvictor
victor Ictera Cheering C eeriJl continued for fully
ten Mtnwtaf alsut Wi Taken all in all 1111 11 the tb rae raew ra rsowag e eWa
Wa wag w on oe e of the finest t ever Men on this thisfamous tit tittamou thisfaiou5
famous course courseVictory CCMIIMYlctery courseVictory
Victory Clean and Fair FairCambridge FairCamhrtdp FairCmbrdges
Cambridge vletory was clean and andfair aadfaJr jindfIr
fair Her pod pMlll lion ft wax Wft never seriously seriouslyendangered H1ioulyen4anered seriouslyendsnere4
endangered as It 1 18 > Impossible to aay aaywhat s3what y ywhat
what Harvard would have hv been able to todo todo todo
do had not Blagdens error practically practicallyput practlcaJlYput practicallyput
put her out of the running Great credit creditfor erMlttor creditfor
for the victory Li given to Stuart the theCambridge theCambrtdlre theCamhi1d
Cambridge Camhi1d stroke who u used ed ed splendid splendidjudgment splendidjud splendidjudgment
judgment jud ment in handling his hi crew and row rowed rowed rowed ¬
ed A wonderful race raceCambridge raceC raceCmbrtdge
Cambridge C 31brldpl finished in 19 1 minutes and andIS nd ndIs
IS 1 sconds s COnd This is SI seconds slower slowerthan aloerthan slowerthan
than the record and J8 2 seconds slower slowerthan slowerthan Iowerthan
than Harvard rowed in a practice trial triallast triallut trialast
last ast Saturday Sa tu rday After the race Fllley Fllleyof nlleyot PllIeyof
of Harvard called out to friends in a anoarby ano anoirby
noarby no r launch We did our best That Thatis ThatIs
is all
Weather Was Ideal IdealIdeal IdealIdeal IdealIdeal
Ideal weather eather conditions prevailed or orthe orth orth
the th race raceOverhead raceOYerJd raceOverhead
Overhead the sun shone brightly and andthere andthel8 andthere
there wa VI was not a ripple on the Thames ThamesThese ThamMTheM ThamesThe
These The conditions condttl na were e favoraWe to Cam Cambridge CamblldX aiu aiubridge ¬
bridge as a the Light Blue crew does doesnot doenot doesnot
not like rough water On the strength strengthof trenxthof
of the ttl weather tlter conditions oondl Oft betting bett bettIa this thismorning thlalmorning thisornlng
morning ornlng Jumped un to 11 1 to 10 in favor of ofCambridge otCambrlde ofCambridge
Cambridge CambridgeAlthough CambrldeAltbouP CambridgeAlthough
Although the race was wa not scheduled scheduledto
to begin until 4 411 M oclock oclock spectators be began began began ¬
gan arriving on the scene early in the themorning themorning themorning
morning By noon there were thousands thousandswaiting thouundoaJUtg thousandswatlig
waiting at all the advantageous advan post positions tNtlOft posttinns ¬
tions tlOft along the course which te in the theform theform I
form of horseshoe four ant fl a quarter quartermiles quartermU quartermiles
miles mU long longThousands JonxThousands longThousands
Thousands of Americans Amorico1uPart1aa AmoricanePartisans j jPartisans
Partisans of the two crews were ere out outIn outIn outIn
In great force and practically all the thespectators the5pec the5pecttor
5pec 5pecttor spectators tors wore the colors of their lay favorite fa faortte layorite ¬
orite Naturally NaturaU the light blue of Cam Cambridge Cambridge ¬ I Ibridge
bridge predominated But Harvard sup supporters supporters up ¬ I Iportera
porters were 1 to be found in large Jar num numbers numbers numbers ¬
bers among the English spectators and andthe andthe andthe
the Crimson On snide a a good showing showingThousands ahowtnlCThouaand showingThoueanda
Thousands of Americans likewise visit visited visited visited ¬
ed the course cour to cheer for their country countrymen counUJmen countrymen ¬
men menHarvard
Harvard was as out on the river during
the morning for a ten minutes final finalpractice filpractice finalpractice
practice trial Starts only were attempt attempted attem attemed attempted ¬
ed and the Yankees showed great ra rapidity rapidity rapldlty ¬
pidity In getting away Thousands of ofAmericans ofAmericans
Americans who had already gathered gatheredalong pthertMIalong gatheredalong I
along the course cheered the crew crewTremendous ere ereTremendeus crewTremendotis
Tremendous Interest InterestMore IntertMore InterestMore
More interest has attached at ehed to the theCambridgeHarvard theCambridKeHarvrd theCambridgeHarvard
CambridgeHarvard race today than tn to toany toany toany
any international meet in recent re l years yearsand yeartland yearsand
and this th despite the fact that no cham champion chamJorlhlp chaini9oirhlp ¬
pion Jorlhlp chip or trophy was at make etak but butthat buthat buthat
that hat the crews met fJr sport alone aloneHarvards aloneHarvarda aIoseHarvards
Harvards victory over Ytte for the thefirst thefirst thefirst
first time in years last June brought br Ulht the theCrimson therlrNIOti therlmsou
Crimson rowers to the front IUtI Since Sincea Situ Situtbfllr ift ifttheir
their al appearance arutee In EnJland they have haveattraeted haveattracted
attracted a great reat deal of attention tt nllqn The Thework TheWork Thework
work of the oarsmen oarame Is the th thing thl which whicharoused aoblchareWleCl whicharoused
aroused the interest of all sportsmen eportmnenespecially IportImtenespecially sportsmenespecially
especially rowing experts and which whichmade whichmadCt whichmade
made todays race the moet talked of ofsubject orubJect ofsubject
subject of the day dayCrimsons dayCrimMBs dayCrimsons
Crimsons Wonderful Wenderf l Change ChangeNever ChaBl8Never Chane ChaneNever
Never has a crew rore shown such su < h wonder wonderful WODdertul wonderful ¬
ful change in form as a did Harvard HarvardWhen HarYardWhen HarvardWhen
When the Yankees Yank first began Pn their theirpractice theirJuacttee theirlflCtioe
practice at Bournes Boum End lnd the experts XPft after afterscant alterscant
scant 3 ant observation set them down as asan aMan a aalt
an aggregation which hleh could not bother botherthe botherthe botherthe
the Cantabs in the least Since coining condn condnto
to Putney the th Crimsons developed d eloPfd so sorapidly 10lpldly o oiapldly
rapidly and into such magnificent Jt1agn1 ent form formthat formth3t formthat
that thousands of Kngltoh ngliah witlmlasts witlmlastsbacked tontJulfbstsbacked tntluIastsbacked
backed them them a IUS the certain winners winnersThe winnersThe dn dnThe
The record for the th four and a quar quarter quarter quarter ¬
ter mile course from Putney PUln y tc Mot Mortlke Motlake Mirtlake
lake is 18 minutes and 47 seconds Har Harvard Harard Harard ¬
vard ard in a practice trial just one Oft week weekago weekallo weekago
ago covered the distance in IS 1 minutes minutesand udnut udnutand minutesand
and M seconds This was accomplished accomplishedon ncrompltahon I Ion
on a moderate tide and in spite > of the thefact thetact thelactthat
fact lactthat that they were Pre delayed at one point pointfor pointfor pointfor
for fully five seconds secondsRoosevelt fttMdaRoosevelt secondsRoosevelt
Roosevelt Race RaceOff RaceOff RaceOff
Off Marblehead MarbleheadMJLRBLEHKAD MarbleheadMAJtBLEHXAD MarbleheadMARKLHAD
MJLRBLEHKAD Mass Ia Sept X IIn IIntelMt LIntereat In Interent
terent in the contest on the Thame Thameal so sofar 110fr sofar
far overshadowed the competition of the theSomler theSoncler theSonder
Somler Soncler boats that the attendance at attoday attoda attodays
today toda todays race for the Roosevelt Cup fell fellbelow fellbelow fellbelow
below that of other race days I tl In both bothnumbers hothnU1ftHrtI bothiiuinhers
numbers and enthusiasm enthusiasmThe enthualaamThe enthusiasmI
I The good weather which hag ha favored favoredthe ravoledthe favoredthe
the racers from the beginning of the thoseries theserle theseries
series continued today todayAt todayAt todayAt
At the very start of too todays race an anaccident anaecklent anaccident
accident occurred which will 111 prolong prolongthe prolongthe prolongthe
the series into next week In crossing crossingthe cro crossingthe ln lntbe <
the has the Vim 1m fouled the Caramba Carambaand Carambaand Carambaand
and following tolloln < the example examp of the theAuk theAuk theAuk
Auk last Thursday Thur day promptly withdrew withdrewfrom withdrewfrom Ithdlewtrom
from the content co teIJt The foul appeared appearedfrom appearedfrom appearedfrom
from the judges Judce boat to be the Vlma Vlmafault Vim Vimtault Vimsfault
fault The yachts started in the follow following tollo tolloIng followlog ¬
ing order orderAuk orderAuk orderAuk
Auk Olueokauf Wannsee e Tilly Ca Caramba Caramb Caramb ¬
ramb rambaThe rambThfl rambThe
The wind was dropping when hen the thecompasa thecomJILaM thecompose
compose oourse waa signaled and at
1110 11 10 was not more than six Lx miles an anhour anhour anhour
hour At the same me time there was a aheavy aheavy aheavy
heavy roll to the theShould sea seaShould seaShould
Should the Auk Aqk win the race Mon Mondays ¬
days day contest wI 111 be a match between betweenthe betMnthe betweenthe
the boat and the Vim for the Roosevelt RooseveltCup Roo RooseveltCup velt veltCup
Cup Ir either of the other four boats boatsget boatget boatsget
get first place in todays today conteat con teet then thenthe thenthe thenthe
the next race will be solely for the theyachts theachta theyachts
yachts achta that have taken a race raceACCEPTS raceAGDEPTS raceA8EPT8
ACCEPTS IMITATION IMITATIONThe
F CHRISTIAN RI8T1AM CHURCH CHURCHThe URII URIIThe
The Rev Re Marion far Ion E Harlan pastor of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Sterling Piece Christian Church ChurchBrooklyn ChurchBrookl ChurchBrooklyn
Brooklyn Brookl N Y who ho la b beln being injr consider considered
ed for th the pastorate of th the Ninth Stre Street StreetChrllltian StreetChristian t tChrlntian
Chrlntian Church of this th city hag re respond responded reapooded
sponded spond d to the invitation n of the church churchto churchto churchto
to deliver a a sermon mon on Sunday morningbut morningbut morning morningbut
but states that he will 111 be unable to come comeat comeat comeat
at this th time owing to the short notice noticeThe ftotlCfTh noticeThe
The Th resignation of the Rev RevBaghy B Eo 3 BnaSby 3Bagby
Bagby the present pastor lak takes effect effecton effecton effecton
on October Oefober 1 at which time he leaves leavesto lvesto lenvesto
to take charge of the Franklin Circle CircleChrtatlan ClreleChriattan CircleChristian
Christian Church at Cleveland Ohio OhioMCLELLAN OhioMCLELLAN OhioMCLELLAN
MCLELLAN STATUE STATUEUNVEILING STATUEUNVEILING STATUEUNVEILING
UNVEILING POSTPONED POSTPONEDThe
The McClellan statue which was to tohave tobave tohave
have been unveiled with Imposing cere cerenumies uremOlll ceremonies
monies mOlll on October IS will not be un unveiled unveld unveiled ¬
veiled until M acme > nie time later in the fall fallor taUor fallor
or whiter In tes On this account th the Thirty Thirtyseventh Thlrtysevfltth Thirtyseventh
seventh reunion of the Army of the Po Potomac PotOJ1t4tc P0tomlic ¬
tomac has alao aI o been postponed postponedThe J Jreunion
The pot postponement ement of the unveiling nv nln8 and andreunion andreunlo I
reunion reunlo is due to the destruction by tire tireof lireof I Iot
of th thq polishing works wMk of the contrac contracts contractl ¬
ts who wag wa manufacturing < the pedestal pedestalfor pedNtaJfor pedestalfor
for the Estue tue ue On thla account he was wasnot wasnot as asnot
not able to complete the pedestal in intime Intime Intime
time i iVEHICLES
VEHICLES IN COLLISION COLLISIONWhite COLLISIONWhile COLLISIONWhile
While 3 TV W Carnahan living < In Mt MtPieaamnt Mtt MtPieawtL
Pieaamnt t was driving drtvtn a vehicle belong belonging MloncIn belongIns ¬
Ins In to V I L Barker of HB < C street streetnnrthweat streetnwthwesL tr t tnnrtht
nnrthweat last night he Collided colk d with a alorfc a11one alores
lorfc and buggy driven by Charles Chari Pol Pollard Pollarl ¬
lard colored of 3KB 35t Sixteenth street streetnorthwest strtetJorthwNt streetiorthwest I
northwest Both th vehicles were dam damAged d damaged m maged
Aged but no one was Injured
4
SETTLE SHOOTING STILL STILLUNSOLVED STILLUNSOLVED STILLUNSOLVED
UNSOLVED BY POLICE
Continued from Page One Onewater Onetel Onewater
water tel who says ys only one shot was wasftrod 1a 1aftrod wasftrod
ftrod He says H he heard two reports of ofa oCa ofa
a revolver and it was wa almost t half an anhour anhour anhour
hour before Miss Mis Bywater and her herwounded herwounded herwounded
wounded companion came into sight sightalthough stghtalthough sightalthough
although he watched the place from fromwhich fromwhich frontwhich
which he bad b d heard the shooting Miss MissBywater ItBfta MissBywater
Bywater Bfta tel said she > he snatched her rain raincoat 111 111COAt raIflcoat ¬
coat from her companions arm aa soon soonas seonu soonas
as she heard the shot and ran away awayed awayShe awayShe
She was Raked hO how her clothing haps haP1t88eel hapsed
ed to be saturated turat with blood from fromSettles tronattJelI rrornSettles
Settles ttJelI wounds if she did not remain remainby r rimainby malnby
by his side for some 110m time but was un unable unable Unable ¬
able to answer answerStory answerStory answerStory
Story Contradicts Letter LetterTo LetterTo LetterTo
To the police Miss MI Bywater stated that thatshe thatah thatshe
she ah was at ata a loss to understand how howSettle howSettle bowSettle
Settle knew she was in Alexandria atop stopping atoppilIA atopping ¬
ping with her neice on Queen street be because be beroau because ¬
cause roau she he had not seen him for some sometime aometime sometime
time Settle however says y Miss MI By Bywater Byater Jywater
water ater wrote him a note In which she sheinvited sheInvited sheInvited
invited him to call on her In Alexandria Alexandriaand Alexandriaand AIxandrlaand
and he did so on Thursday Thur ay evening eveningOn eveningOn eveningOn
On Thursday night Miss II By Byater water said saidthe sakithe saidthe
the men who bo did the shooting was WI cot colored 0 0oreet cotored ¬
ored Yesterday afternoon she said she shedid shedid
did not know kno whether he was white hltc or orcolorMi orcoloroMl orcolored
colored because the he did not get t a good goodlook goodlook 1 1look I
look at him lAst night she sh informed informedthe Informedthe Informedthe
the police that although the moon was wasshining wasshining wasshining
shining brightly where the shooting oc occurred occurred orcurved ¬
curred and the man was quite near her hershe hershe hershe
she could not describe hint in any par particular trUcular particular ¬
ticular except that he wore dark clothes clothesand clotb clotband clotbesand
and was of medium build buildFrom 1ulldFrom buildFrom
From all that can be learned it now nowdevelops nowdcvJOPe OW OWdevelops
develops that the assault ult occurred urred out outside otlde oUttide ¬
side lde of > f Luna Park and not on the thegrounds thegrounds thegrounds
grounds as first reported reportedWhen reportedhn reportedWhen
When hn seen this morning at the home homeof homeot homeof
of Mrs fu Forrest on Queen street Miss ft
I PALMAS CAPTURE CAPTUREAIM I
AIM OF REBELS REBELSHAVANA REBELS1 REBELS1HAVANA
HAVANA Cuba Sept S Shumrgyts Shumrgytsare Innurgeita Innurgeitaare
are advancing upon this city cityAn ellyI cityAn
An attack tlack upon the outskirts outklr has al already already already ¬
I
ready been reported rted and the greatest greatestexcitement greatestexcitement rteat rteat4txtltement
excitement prevails prevailsIt preal prealIt
It Is l believed bell 1 the rebels rebel aim to capture capturePresident capturePldat capturePresident
President Palma and the government governmentauthorities sovem governmentauthorities ltent ltentautborttlH
authorities have been thrown Inty In a astate Iiatale astate
state of panic panicAvalos panicAvaJosJ panicAvaio
Avalos Force Surrounded SurroundedIn
In Pinar del Rio City CityHAVAXA CityHA CityHAVANA
HAVANA HA VANA Sept > 8 ItColonel Colonel Avalos Avalosforces AvaJOIIro Avalosforces
forces ro of loyal troops is reported to tohav tohs tohave
hav hs have been n surrounded in Ptnar del Rio Riocity Riorolty Riocity
city and the rebel have attacked the thetowu thetowu thetoWi
towu Communication by telegraph is iscut laut isCut
cut ut but reports reaching reachln < the city say saybittfr siblttr 1
blttr street fighting < between tw tween the loy loyal loyalists loyallets l llats ¬ I
lets and insurgents is in inprcjresa inprcjresaGuzman progress progressGuzman pro re reGuzman
Guzman Breaks Truce TruceCienftiegos TruceCienfuegos TruceCienfuegos
Cienfuegos in Danger DangerCIJCXFUEGO DangerCIKXFUEGOS DangerCIEXFLEOOS
CIJCXFUEGO Cuba Sept pt aColonel aColonelOuaman 8Colonelthe Colonel ColonelGusman
Gusman the insurgent lnaur t leader in this thisprovince tbillprovln thisprovince
province provln is I reported ported to have broken brokenthe brokenthe brokenthe
the armistice to which he agreed and andto andto andto
to be moving on this till city cityLoyalist cityLoallst cityLoyalist
Loyalist volunteers have deserted to tohis toh1s tohis
his standard standardAn standardAn standardAn
An attack on Cienfuegos is momentar momentarily momentarIhr momentarily ¬
ily expected expectedCANDLES exneetedCANDLES xDe < ted tedCANDLES
CANDLES AT BIER BIERSET BIERSET BIERSET
SET BOD BODY AFIRE AFIRENEW AFIREI I
NEW YORK Sept S IOn O the eve of otthe ofthe J Jthe
the funeral of nlneyearold Edward EdwardDrehr EdwardDrehr
II IIDrehr
Drehr the breaking < of a candle at th thhead the thehead thehead
head of th casket at a t the homo of the theboyi theboy theboys
boys boy father 8 SS lone street trMt set ftr ftrto fire fttoeto fireto
to the canopy over the corpse cor aa the themembers themembers themembers
members of the family of the dead child childwere childere childwere
were ere eating eatln supper supperThe supperThe supperThe
The name flames quickly spread to the cloth clothIng clotbIn clothlag
lag In of the corpse e and to the lining nnm of the thecoffin j jcoffin
coffin and by the time the father hur hurrted hurtied j jried I
tied Into the room it wail a maaa of offlames otname offlames
flames Picking up th t the biasing body in inhie inhis I
his arm arms Drehr bore it to another room roomwhere i iwhere Ihere
where here the names names were tenderly moth mothered I Iered Iered
ered in a blanket blanketMeanwhile blanketMeanwhile blanketMeanwhile
Meanwhile neighbors Det bor attracted by the thecries thecries I Ierles
cries of the women of the family ap appeared ap appeered ¬
peared upon the scene and t assisted aiated lated ac In Inthe Inthe n nthe
the extinguishing of the Are in the par parlor palJor parbr ¬
lor Before they were able abl to do so the thecasket tltlltcasket thecasket
casket and It Its fittings were so badly badlyburned boadlyburned badlyburned
burned that It cannot be used Slight Slightdamage Slightdamage I
damage dam was done to the furnishings turnIn dt dtthe Ofthe t tthe
the room roomThe roomS roomSThe
I
The body of the dead boy was slightly slightlyburned slightlyhorned
burned also alsoHEAD alaGHE alsoHEAD I
HEAD HE D CRUSHED FLAT FLATBY FL FLATBY T TBY
BY WHEELS OF TRUCK TRUCKBIRMINGHAM TRUCKBIRMINGHAM RUCK RUCKBIRdIXGIIA
BIRMINGHAM I Ala Sept 8 SDurlng SDurlnga During Duringa
a run to a fire which gutted a business businessblock bulneublock businessblock
block today Fireman John Millican fell fellunder fellundtr feltunder
under the wheels of a hook and ladder laddertruck laddertruck laddertruck
truck the wheels running over his head headand headand
and crushing it almost flat The dead deadfireman deadnrem deadfireman
nrem fireman n was trying to jump on the mov moving movIng movIng ¬
ing truck truckWOMAN truckOMAN truckWOMANREPORTS
WOMANREPORTS WOMAN OMAN REPORTS TO POLICE POLICETHEFT POLICETHEFT POLICETHEFT
THEFT OF POCKETBOOK POGKETBOOKMiss
Miss Cora Stone living Itvln at the Sher Sherman Sherman Sherman ¬
man apartment house Fifteenth and L Lstreets Lstreets Lstreets
streets northwest n rthyt reported to the police policetoday polleetoday policetoday
today that a pocketbook containing H 4 4In
in bills bm and some silver coins had been beenstolen beenstolen beenstolen
stolen or lost from the diningroom of oftlte otthe ofthe
the JSthelhurst apartment house Cen Central Central Central ¬
tral office detectives are investigating investigatingMEN Inve inveatigatjpgMEN tJgaUng tJgaUngMEN
MEN FOR MEDICAL CORPS CORPSACCEPTED CORPSACCETED CORPSACCEPTEDPROVISIONALLY
ACCEPTED ACCEPTEDPROVISIONALLY ACCEPTEDPROVISIONALLYThe PROVISIONALLY PROVISIONALLYThe
The following followinKcafldidates candidates for admis admission admlflslon admisMon ¬
Mon to the m medical dical corps of the army armyhave armyhave armyhave
have been provisionally accepted acceptedDr acceptedDr
Dr Egbert W Bell of Illinois Dr DrHenry DrHen DrHenry I
Henry Hen C Pillsbury of Massachusetts MassachusettsDr Mauachu etta ettaDr
Dr 1retleriCk Frederick S Macy of Massachu Massachusetts Massachusetts ¬
setts Dr William H Richardson of ofOhio otOhio ofOhio
Ohio Dr W M t K K Bartlett of Minne Minnesota Mlnnela Minnesota ¬
sota la and Dr Edgar King of Arkansas ArkansasThey Arkn ArknThe ArkansasThey
They The will take final examinations in inWashington InWsahlngton inWashington
Washington WashingtonW7 Wsahlngtonr
r W7 W e11Fd e11FdWell ft T7 Sssst SssstWellFed Jf
WellFed WellFedWell Well red redWell
Well Bred BredYou
You can pick a steady user of ofTheres ofGrapeNuts ofraDessNL1ts
GrapeNuts GrapeNutsl
l Theres a Reason n
j Bywater seemed to be more composed composedthan composedthan I Ithan
than yesterday She stated that ahe ahehad ab abhad > h hI
I had read rM all the newspaper reports of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the shooting ahoot1 and that matiy ma false tal state statements lI statements t tmenu ¬
ments had been made madeYou mRdoYIJU madeYou
You have ve read the statement statoment made madeby m madeby de deby
by Mr Settle Ule that you OU w were re sitting sittingdown sittingdown HUnldown
down at the time the shot jvaa vas tired ftredWhat fr tiredWhat d dWhat
What have you ou to say y In answer to tothat tothat tothat
that thathThat
thatThat
That is not true We Ve wore walking walkindown i idown
down a small path toward the railroad railroadtrack raiIro raiIrotrack I I Itrack
track at u the time the shot was al fired irednever firedWe I IWe
We never sat t down at all I am most mostpositive m08tJwaa1Uve mostpositive
positive of this thl We we had walked up the theturned therailroad therailroad
railroad track A short distance and had hadturned badturned
turned to the little path toward the thePicnic thepicnic thepicnic
Picnic grounds and were about to re retrace retrace ¬
trace our steps ttte when a man approached approachlldI reI I II
I saw ft only onl the lower portftyi portfqn of h hbody his hisbody I
body and could not tell whether he hewaa hew hewas
was w white or black I am not sure surewhether j jwhether I Iwhethftr
whether he had passed us or not when whenthe whenthe
the shot was fired I yaw IlIA w the lash of ofthe orthe ofthe I
the pistol I then th n grabbed my coat that thatMr thatMr
Mr Settle Sfttl had on his arm and ran rantoward ra ratoward ruintoward I
toward the amusement grounds round As I Iran Iran i iran
ran the second shot hot was a tired and 1 felt rh rha 4 4a
a stinging iltlnln sensation at A the back of my myneck JnYntCk mYneck
neck ntCk I thought I had b been en shot hot I Itried 1tried Itried
tried to get into the park through > h the thelarge thelarge
large gate gt but finding that was wa locked JockedI I
I hurried around to the small mAII gate be between betwen ¬ I ItWfton
tween the rollercoaster and the second secondawing secondswing
awing wl I did not see Mr Settle any anymore anymore anymore I
more until I saw ft him at the park hoe hospital bOIlI hoepital ¬
pital pitalWhen
When hen asked skfd as to the statement m made mdfby madeby d dby < <
by Mr Settle that she be had fainted when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the shot was s fired she he positively denied deniedIt
It and added that while she was much muchexcited muc muctxelt muejtexcited
txelt excited she he never fainted When hen queg quegtioned q qtlo questiOnd
tioned tlo a as to her h r having havlnlf havin written the lat latter latter tatter ¬
ter to o Mr Settle telling him of her pres presence presente proscare ¬
care in Alexandria she denied that also alsostating alsostating 1110 1110taUnK
stating that if Mr Settle received the theletter theletter theletter
letter it was not written by b her
DUELLS SUCCESSOR SUCCESSORWIDELY SUCCESSORIEJELYDISCUSSED
WIDELY IEJELYDISCUSSED IEJELYDISCUSSEDThe DISCUSSED DISCUSSEDThe
The dlscusson d1acuaa on aa to the appointmentof appointment
of a successor to Justice Duell on the thebench theMnrh thebench
bench of the District Court of Appeals Appealshag Appealshas ppeal ppealhaa
hag developed the fact act that a majority majoritycf
cf local patent lawyers do not favor favorthe favorlbe favorthe
the elevation of one of that branch of ofthe ottut oftha
the profession to the appellate bench benchIn bendlIn benchIn
In spite of this thl sentiment however howeverthere howf howeverthere > vr vrthfre
there are many patent lawyers lawy n who are areurging areurgln areurging
urging urgln the appointment of Commission Commissioner
er of Patent Allen aqd still Ull others otherswho othnwho otherswho
who are willing to suppqrt any patent patentattorney IMitentattorn PtOfltattorney
attorn attorney for the place placeThf placeTht placeThe
The member 1ftem of the Washington bar barnnp boroppear I In
nnp n oppear ar to be divided In their choice choiceamong chokJemJng choiceamng
among mJng Justice Stafford Wright right Gould Gouldand Gouldand Gouldand
and Anderson of the Supreme Court Courtof Courtot Courtof
of the > District DistrictMISS DlatrletMISS DistrictMISS
MISS ELLIS ADVISER ADVISERThe AV18EROF OVISEROF
OF COLUMBIAN OMEN OMENThe
The George G serge Washington University Universityha UnlvenJttyreetty Universityham
ham ha recently appointed Miss I Harriett HarriettStrattpn HarriettStftttpn HarriottStratUm
Strattpn Ellis adviser of 1 woman w wlaatruetor and andinstructor apOinstructor
instructor in English in Columbian Coi Coile CoIle Colloge
le le e
logeMum eMtsc
Mum Kilts Is Well < w U known in Wsjshins Wsjshinston unlltl
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with the degree of bachelor of arts artsDEATH artsDEATH
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DEATH RECORD RECORDDaniel RECORDDnnel
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northwest northwestWilliam northweatWIlUa northwestWilliam
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street anl an Florida avenue northwest northwestHerman northwestHcrmtn I
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hospital HoepltalInga H hospitalingit tat tatlop
lop Dioserud K years 11 F street streetsoutheast IItreetlOuthaa streetsoutheast
southeast southeastTaoert southeastTuibert t tTakrt
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street northwest northwest8HAHHETT8
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8HKLTON JlLTONoa On Saturday Sep siiuembo anther S I at at1JO at1JO atIl
1JO x m ANN A ELIZA SHKLTOX widow winowof wtIIowet
of the late 11 Samwei Shelton SheltonSbr SheltonSla
Sbr 11 was a him In Washington tnctba and 1Id was waafloat WiUIdIT wasilosiy
dIT float IT identified de with ltb older realdonta Her Herdeath 11 Herdeath
death wes w the result of a general physical
breakJowa b Jon and M came after an a Illness III of ofseveral otHal ofseera1 I Ideath
several Hal months She is Ii survived by are arechildren IIYe ve veciakrea
children and a number of grandchildren grandchildrenand I Iand
and great t grandchildren grandchildrenFuneral Clluld giendrhtldr5Funeral hUdr
Funeral from rain residence o of her son 80ft Dan Danlot I
lot W Shelton 1315 l3l L L street southeast a J
Monday X llday September Septem r 10 at S p m mae mseI2t <
seI2t ae It t j jGRIMES
GRancsOn GRIMES On Saturday Saturda Septamber Sept S 50 1M 11M lI at i i7a
7a 7 5 a m at Prorldecce Hoannai T OITY OL7 OL7CRIRES
ORIMES on of James Jun T Grimm of Oxen ea I
Hill HUI Prnce George meaty COURt Md I Itwtyalx aged agedtwentyaix agedtwentysix
twentyaix years yearsHe amrstie ean
He was born at Oxen Ox Hill HUI Prince George Georgeeounty Gocwpaty Gua Guameaty
meaty aty Md X and for a mtonbtr Iter af years yearsstudied y ya yearssudied
studied a tecI In the public schools at that t place placeThe pins
The ta Ut t three years h be was cterk i k of the themrt thert theroert
roert mrt rt at Upper Marlboro lie to survived rvt
by his hi father ta fah and two brothers and two twosisters twosisters
sisters sistersHcCREERY sisterskCCRZERYON t
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HcCREERY kCCRZERYON R On September 7 IMC Jt05 31 at Du
loth Me l JOHN L L McCRBXRY of Waah WaahInirMn Wa1ineten
InirMn I inetenParticulars InirMnParticulars
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umn umnARTER umnCARTERon wilDARTKROn
CARTERon ARTER On Wednesday Wedll8da September S Sat 1 1t iNS iNSt
at t ti tilt residence re of her parents JIIlr ttt3 at 14n 14neolnta Lt LtMill 14sCElnls
eolnta Mill Fairfax atrfax county Va LUCY LUCYCATHERN I LUCYCATHaRN UCY UCYeATHICRN
CATHERN CARTER infant daughter daughterMr daughterMr e >
Mr and tnd Mr Iill irs James Ja L 1 Carter aged tnr tnrtooths th thIDOIItha three threenooths
tooths and twentyfive days it itOOMBS 1tOO itOoMnaon
OOMBS OO OoMnaon SOU Oa Frday Frda September 7 19M iNS at athis
his ht residence 1SB 1 32 F street northwest northwestSAMUEL
SAMUEL A COOMBS COOMBSIROUOHTON CooMBSiJROXUJTONQn COOMRS1BOLG1JTONOn
iJROXUJTONQn IROUOHTON On Friday hptemlter September 7 7IMC 7ISOC
IMC at 710 JOrrt p m at t hr B4T Jle JleTON late r < tdne tdneMJ
MJ O street rwthweet t A AtlRA IIRA BROUGH BROUGHTON RItOCChTON
TON widow of David Brotichton Broti hton aged agedeightysix agedeightyaix Sed Sedlahtatx
eightysix years yearsSn yearsPhi ears earsf1M
Sn Phi wan wa born in New ew York State In
1820 For or the past firry tift odd W years ear she lived livedin
in this city elt She had a wide of de circle lrle ef effriends otfnel f ffr1ed
friends dtl and acquaintances She is sur survlved surylved ur urvlved
vlved by two grandchildren Misses Mary Maryand Marye Mary11a Myand
and = Delia 11a Scott with whom she made her herhome herIIL herhome
home homeCILKS homehtILSOn e
CILKS IIL On Friday Frld Y September 7 1916 at 330 330a 130L
a L m ELI3CABETH MILES beloved daugh daughter 4au 4aughtar b bter
ter of Joseph JOM and the late Annie Miles 11I aged agednineteen agednineteen agejnineteen
nineteen years yearsFuneral yearsFuMnJ yearsFuneral
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street northwest t Monday morning e lle7 se7lt se7ltFUNERAL 72t 72tFUNERAL 2t 2tFUNERAL
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JOHN JOHN D FAILS FAILSTo
TO QUASH UASH GASESOhio GASES CASESOhio
Ohio Judge Sets Tuesday Tuesdayas
as Last Day to FileMotions File FileMotions FileMotions
Motions MotionsF1XDLAY MotionsIr MotionsFINDLAY
FINDLAY Ir NDLAY Ohio S Set Sept pt 8 SJudgo SJudgoUmker SJudgeBanker Judge JudgeBanker
Banker today today overruled motions to toqimah toqua1t toquash
quash the information Jnformat1on filed aguingt aguingtJohn aguinatJ agalnatJohn
J John aIm I Rockefeller and in all the theStandard UleStkndard thuStandard
Standard Oil Company cases casesPleas caacaPIc casesPleas
Pleas PIc of abatement were filed in ineach Incant
each c cant eh case and they were also over overruled ovcrruled overrtlti ¬
ruled and the th defendants given un until until tinlii ¬
til next Tu Tuesday pad v to file motions motionsWHKKLING motionaTWO motionsTbVO
TWO ARE KILLED KILLEDIN KILLEDIN
IN HEADON CRASH CRASHWHSLING CRASHWIIEtLING
WHKKLING W Va Va S spt pt pt S ITwo ITwopeople 8TwopeopLe Two Twopeople
people were killed gad ten 01 r more in injured Injured injured ¬
jured in a Headon erttfcfon colt today at atWoodland atWoodlaft4l atWoodIan4i
Woodland twentyfour Mils south th ef efhere othere ofhere
here on the Baklrwe Baltl BaIthu end Ohio 0 rail railroad railroad railroad ¬
road Two Twobridge aMen passenjoy trains ast OR a abrtds abridge
bridge over Fish Creek CreekThe CreekTh CresitTh
The Th dead deadFireman deadJ deadFireman
Fireman J lrtman Richard RichardIreman Parson ParsonFireman PersonaFireman
Fireman Ireman Edward Waegal WaegalFatally W8IFatally WoegelFatally
Fatally Injured InjuredEngineer InjuredEngineer injoredEngineer
Engineer Dillon DillonUnknown DillonCnlnown lMhlosUnknown
Unknown man mn found in the wreckage wreckageHad wreekatreHad wreckageHad
Had it not be been n that the trains were weregoing werecolng weregoing
going slowly at the tint time a frightful frightfulwreck trl frightfulwreck < httul httulwreek
wreck would undoubtedly have oc occurred cecurred cceurred ¬
curred for the bridge brtd on 0Ii which hlch the thetrains thetrain thetraIns
trains collided is thirty fe feet t high As AsIt A AIt AsIt
It was w both trains teal stayed on the thebridge thebrldce thebridge
bridge bridgeHeavy brldceHeavy bridgeHeavy
Heavy fog was wa responsible re ponlbl for the col collision collision cotlisten ¬
lision lisionThe lisionARREST listenAE8T
ARREST IN ARIZONA ARIZONAOF A1LOMAOFME1AM
OF OFME1AM MEXICAN REBELS REBELSTIM EBEL8The
The Department of Justice this lbl morn morning momtal mornlag ¬
lag received a telegram from Marshal MantbalLaniel Marshalbaniels MarshalLmnlels
Lmnlels announcing the arre arrest t of thirty thirtyMexican tlaJrtyMlcan thirtyMexican
Mexican and other residents Ident of Arizona Arizonaon
on the charge of organizing an insur insurection tnaurrectlon inaurrection
ection against the Mexican government
The hearing harln < will be held in Douglass Dotagla Dotaglathu Dougiauthis Douglassthis
this afternoon afternoononi afternoonGOLD afternoonGULB
oni GOLD n cunincuriiTo tNbAbtffltn ENGAGEMENTS ENGAGEMENTSREACH EAGEEMT8IIEACKJ945jJIJEIO o oNEW
REACH IIEACKJ945jJIJEIO IIEACKJ945jJIJEIONM 19450000 19450000NEW
NEW YORK Sept S 1lndudfnK Including the thegold t thegold e eSOld
gold Import engagement at London to today to today today ¬
day there ther have been announcements announleatll of ofengagements oror otengagements
engagements or withdrawals from the thebtnk thebink I Iunk
btnk of England tand toVhe toth total amount of offt44fiOeoa of14450tio f I
ft44fiOeoa This taetitdes aea the u U I8OO I8OOgold v > 0f 0fgold OOO OOOpld
gold engaged ea by t I Boston bank but does doesnot doestot doesnot
not take In the S2WMM 2 gold enc engaged < ed in inAustralia InAustralia inAustralia
Australia for shipment to San Vrantiaeo VrantiaeoThis I YranclecoThis Iaen IaenThla
This would bring brt the total amount amountknown IUItOUntkeown amountknown
known to be secured or in transit for forNew farNnr forNew
New York to SlltfOAM SlltfOAMIn 14 14In 1I13O3lit
In addition a cable announced the tb sale saleof saleof Ie Ieot
of HWWMO MOOOO gold by tl the > e bank of France Francewhich Pranotwhleh Francewhich
which was U presumed to be for New N
York although Its It I destination could not notabsolutely notabaohtd notabeolitely
absolutely abaohtd be learned learnedDREAfOF learnedDREAM learnedBREAM
DREAfOF DREAM OF FIGHTING FIGHTINGBADE FIGHTINGMADE FIGT1MGMARE
BADE CRIPPLE IPPLE WELL ILLMARION WELLARION WELLMARION
MARION ARION Ind Sept S pL 8 8Drearelng 8Drearelngthat Dreaming
several men were attacking him himforgo himlIe himtl4orge
tl4orge forgo lIe Gilpln of this city clt who had haden hadbeen hadbeen
been > en a cripple for years unable unsbi to walk walkIthout walkwithout alk alkwIthout
wIthout Ithout the aid of crutches struggled struggledesperately Itrugltled1It8 struggledicaperately
esperately 1It8 rately striking trlkln with 1th his hands han and andclcking andklroklnlt andkicking
kicking with Ith his feet When he awoke awokewas awokehe oke okebe
be was doing doln some exceedingly violent violentymnastlc violentrywnstlc iolentJYIYnaUc
ymnastlc stunts and jumping out of ofed ofbed ofbed
bed ed was wa astounded to learn that th t he heould hecould heeould
could walk unassisted unassriatedGtlptn uatedGilpin unassistedGilpin
Gilpin suffered u < ered a dislocation of the hip hipont
limit ont a number of years ago ao Surgeons Surgeonsailed SUIreonflliled Surgeonstailed
ailed to Join the dislocated jiarts parts prop properly rOPFlly proprly ¬
erly and the injured leg J became short shortened shortned shortmed ¬
ned medA enedA nedA
A few hours after the dream Gilpin Gilplnvalked GilpinIked Gilpinwalked
walked Iked about the business district of ofhe oCtht ofthe
he city tty Rnd greeted his old friends friendsurgeons friends5ul friendssurgeons
5ul surgeons urgeons eon say yo that while Gilpin wo wosleep was WIlathe wasisteep
sleep th the muae muscles and tendons o a became becameflaxed becamerfJaxed becamerelaxed
relaxed and In the violent exercise exerciserought exercle1K0u exerciseroultht
1K0u rought t about by the dream the disto distorted d18l0ted dsI dsIted ¬
rted ted hip joint dropped back into place placelilpln placeUpln place3ihpin
lilpln is I advanced in years yearsPublic yearsPublic yearsPublic
Public Public Concert Sunday SundayEvery SundayEvery SundayEvery
Every Sunday afternoon during duriniThese during Sop p
em ember the Naval G F Band will 111 give
L free concert under the th old apple tree
It taRdI Hllhlanda HllhlandaThftM iighlandsThese
These concerts la last t fall were ere attended attendedy
y thousands This Tb year a still larger
r fOWd ° T < tJf I Is ex expected xp tecl d Take P Pa ap vp vplarked cars
larked F and G streets and gotoRandU gotoRandUi gJ tn RIndl
IIghlands from which hlch you OU set a magnlft magnlft8nt
8nt view of the
city The i Highlands are
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