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2 THE WASHINGTON TIMES SUNDAY Y SEPTEMBER 9 1906 1906
HuntinG creek This was wa a fatal blow blowto blowto blowto
to the growth ot the new ew elty In Inorder Inorder inorder
order to reach the th industrial center centerIt
It was Wk necessary to walk several e118l miles milesThe ml1 ml1rhe mileThe
The effect was ws almost startling The Thecottages Thecotta Tecottages
cottages cotta were soon ooei deserted the th hotel hotelbecame h3telcame hotelbecame
became came gueatleas and the t e factories shut shutdown ahutdon shutdown
down downIn donIn downIn
In a ahort time tim flre destroyed the theppoke thef1pok thespoke
spoke factory and tbday the dismantle1 dismantle1broom dtamant1edbroom dIemantltdbroom
broom factory and the dilapidated dpI4a dpI4abulldin hot hotbuilding bIO4IL bIO4ILbuilding
building bulldin < are all 8 that remain of a a gl glgantic slgantlo giganUc
I
gantic boom movement which at on onlime one oneI onetime oeelime
lime bid Care to make Its promoter on onof ofte ofteI ouef
of f the great financial magnates o oAmerica of ofA ofAmerIcaS
America A AmerIcaS but which proved in the en ento end endtn endto
to be nothing nothn more than a mushroom mushroomcity muahroomcl niuhroomcity
city cl h where the money y of thousands thousandsof
I
of r depositors In the Real Jtetate stte Trust TrustCompany TnaatCnmpany Trusttnuany
I IqU3tmllfl
Company disappeared as though in a aquarmlre aq
quarmlre quarmlreIt q tnt rmtre rmtret i
It 1 t now ow develops develo that Hippie stole the thejn them then
jn n npy of the 10060 1O depositors of the thebank the1ank thebank
bank not notoaly only to aid the Philadelphia Philadelphiapromoter PbibulelpblapromoWr PhUa4IPhIapromoar1
promoter Segal 01 his various enter enterprises enterprl enterprtses ¬
prises prl ea but in a systematic endeavor to tobuild to1mUd tobuild
build up an immense private fortune for forhimsnelf torhlmllelt ferhimself
himself The town which wb b he wa wu tn tnown t town town
own washls waa l ultimate ambition ambitionBorrowed ambitionBorrewlMl amNtiouBorrowed
Borrowed an Railway Paper PaperOnce PaperOnle PaperOnre
Once he made a a loan JO of 165000 to him himself hmslf hhtiand ¬
self and as security he gave p ae the trust trustcompany trustCompany I Impany
company mpany C per cent gold o1d bonds of the theWashington theWsblqton theWshtngton
Washington Alexandria and Mt tt t Ver Vernou Vffnon VerThI1
non Electric Railway Company eoln which whichhad whlehhd whtehhd
hd been fully paid oft and were conse consequently eo eoquently coenettiently ¬
quently not worth the tb paper they were wereThe weNlrlntfd wer werrtnted
lrlntfd rtnted on onTh onThe
The Th 948000 bonds of the Washington WashingtonAlexandria WaablnlCtonlexandrla WashingtonAlexandria
Alexandria and Mt Vernon Electric ElectricCompany ElectricCompany ElectricCompany
Company were worth their full value valuewhen vaInhtn valuewhen
when htn issued ued but the entire issue had hadl badblt hadlaid
l blt > rM > laid off 1 when wh n Hlppla Hlp l iuva iuvato Jrd Jrdto giv givto
to the bank as security for his h loan loanIt loanIt loanit
It was the first Issue of S per cent centbonds centbonds centbonds
bonds and having < been paid off ottab8 was wasabsolutely wasabsolutely
absolutely ab8 lutely worthless worthl The Th next issue issueof IMUfoof Issueot
of bonds the Bs Ii are still running nannln and andselling and8fl1In andselling
selling 8fl1In at about par parStupendous parSt1Spend parStupendous
Stupendous St1Spend us Bond Swindle SwindleAt
At another time he took JlttfWQ IUtO giving givings givht givhta3
as s security 51R000 OOO face value bonds of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Alexandria Land and d River Im Improvement Improement Tmprovement ¬
i
provement Company Com an which was build building bulldnJ buildflK ¬
ing nJ New Alexandria This Th Is the town townthat townat townthat
that at It was his ambition to own The The1ond8 TheiLionda
1ond8 were worth possibly a seant IG IGO ieoo
000 O If put on the market It was the thediscovery tlMdls thedisrovery
discovery dls very of these bonds that revealed revealedthe reY8 rovenlwlto 14ltd 14ltdt
the t e Hippie town where he was wa known knownas
as the religious financier from Phila Philadelphia PWtae1phla Philaielpbla ¬
delphia ielpblaDAN e1phla e1phlaDAN
DAN PATCH PATCHBREAKS PATCHBREAKS
BREAKS RECORD RECORDMILE RECORDMILE
MILE IN 155 155MINNEAPOLIS 155lIINNJDAPOLIS 165MINNEAPOLIS
MINNEAPOLIS Minn Sept S IDan IDanPatch 8DanPatch Dan DanPatch
Patch pacing champion today at the theHamline theIamllne theilamline
Hamline track broke the worlds world pacing pacingrecord paclngrecord pacingrecord
record of 1BH 1 held by himself cover covering covring coverlsig ¬
ing the mile in 156 flat flatSQUARE ftatS tat tat8AE
SQUARE S UARE DEAL FOR HALES HALESSAYS HALESSAYS ALE8J ALE8JSAY
SAYS SAY PUBLIC PUIIL1 PRINTER PRINTERJacob
Jacob Hales a bookbinder and an antfflior A encfflr It Ittfklr
tfflior tfklr of the International Brotherhood Brotherhoodi
f HoG BoohInders hlndera wall yesterday suspend suspendd JMnd JMndrl
i d by Acting Foreman Ashiest ahlott on a ailiitrge allarge atIutige
iliitrge of insubordination and lack of offfi orI
< ffi I i 1 jncy jncyTh < i iflCYThe > ncy ncyThe
The Th suspension was the leading topic topicamong topicf1 topicaiming
among f1 mr > nc the employee employ of the Government GovernmentPrinting Governmentlrlnttn GovernmentJrlntlng
Printing lrlnttn Office and talk of referring referringtii rererrln rererrlntll <
tii matter to the bookbinders union unionwas unlOfti18 unionI
was i18 indulged I In b hi many members Melftbe of oftho oftht ofth
tho th union But at a late hour last lastnight laaitnight lastnight
night no plan of action ac on had been beenmapped beenmapped beenmapped
mapped out outThe outThe outThe
The acting acU foreman oreinn did Id not report reporttie reportth reporttlR
th tie matter to the front ofltee as the thePublic theuhlic thePublic
Public > uhlic Printer Prlnt r was not at the office officeyesterday ofticetsterday olitcetsterdy
yesterday yesterdayLast tsterday18t tsterdyLast
Last night Public Printer sailings sailingsstated SUlUnpebted Stillingstited
stated to a Times Tim reporter that the Arst ArstInformation ftratInformation ftrtInformation
Information he had that Hales Hal had been beensuspended beeftSURpended beensuspended
suspended was the news printed in the theevening tbeEvfnlnll theevcning
evening papers papersI pape
I know nothing atxwt the facts tact in inthe Inthe Inthe
the case easeS aH said the Public Printer but buton buton butOn
on Monday the acting aeUa < foreman will willmake willmake willuake
make his report to me and I shall ball turn turnthe turnthe turnthe
the paper over to the inspection di divlHlon dlll11lon dilIon
vlHlon lIon with instructions to make JlM a athorough athorough athrnugh
thorough investigation The suspend suspended suspendd pend pendtd ¬
ed d bookolnder will receive a square squaredeal pur puriral uare uaredpal
deal and I will act on the evidence evt e in inthn inthp IntIp
tIp ease easeCLAIMED laseClAIMED easeCLAIMED
CLAIMED BY DEATH OEATHSARATOGA DEATHHUSBAND IEATHhUSBAND
HUSBAND WAS A8 SOLDIER SOLDIERSARATOGA SOLifiERSARATOGA
SARATOGA N T Sept pt SMre SMreJCIara 8IrsClara 8Mrsclara
Clara Semmes Fitsgerald widow of ofColonel ofColonel ofCokrnel
Colonel Fltsgerald PI ra1d and daughter of ofRaphael ofRaphael
I IRaphael
Raphael Semmes SemM of Washington D C Cdied CdiPd Cdied
died today Colonel Fttmgerald Ftta was for formerly fornurly ¬ I Imfrly
merly of the United States Army but butlater ntlater hutlater
later of the Confederate army He died diedbefore dhdbtore diedbfore
before Richmond in 1 1LIFE 11111Z 11111ZLIFE 1StLIFE
LIFE IN A PRIVATE CAR CARAT CARAT CARAT
AT CHESAPEAKE BEACH BEACHAn
An enjoyable outing ouUn < at Chesapeake ChesapeakeB CbeMp akel
Rlalh B ach was w spent Saturday Sunday and andI aJHilAbor andIahor
I lAbor ibor Day by Messrs Mess G West Holland HollandHarry HollandHarry HOftandHarry
Harry A Works William F Columbus ColumbusMerle ColumbutiJhrle ColumbusIerle
Merle Ierle L 1 Sweet Sw t C Ralph Russell J JLester JIJtstr J JLster
Lester Brooks Adrian C Holland and andMstr andM andiIetr
Mstr M lttr Floyd V Brooks jr By court courtesy courti courtMy ¬
esy i My of General Manager Paul Y Waters Watersof Wat WatIf
of the Chesapeake Beach railroad the theparty theJlRrh theparty
party used his private car San Juan JuanThey JuanThllY JuanThey
They were Joined Labor Day morning morningby morningby
by 1 Dr and Mrs P V Brooks who whotiitort whoVI whortiql
VI tiitort rtiql fd as chaperons to the following followingparty fOllowtnCp followingptrty
party p Ut < of young ladies Misses M Mamie MamieG
t G Oatnpton Eva I L Brook Genevieve GenevieveMarkey GenvlevaMar Genevieveitarkey
Markey Mar t Prances Franc M Lewis Ha Hattie Hattiewet tile M MSweet MSwpt
Sweet wet and Ethel M Krartch KrartchMERCHANTS EmrknMERCHANTS EmrlcnMERCHAZTS
MERCHANTS IN KNICKERBOCKERS KNICKERBOCKERSLONDON KNICKERBOCKERSLO CNICKRBOCKERSLONDON
LONDON LO DON Sept 8Two boys named namedTHson namedTilson namedFilson
THson ten and nd twelve years old are arecarrying areanyin arecarrying
carrying anyin on the large retail retail1rt tMMria tMMrialr businesa businesale
lr 1rt ft by their father at Pulask They Theyd
d l > their own buying keep their own ownboks ownbks ownbks
bks employ ploy several darks and are arerecognised lUerugnbled arereeognlsed
recognised as twain twainCHINESE business btwlneuCHINESE men menCflESE
CHINESE MONOPOLIST MONOPOLISTIKKIN MONOPOLISTIEKJ MONOPOLISTiFKIN
IKKIN IEKJ Sept pt 8 IChang Chans CMen of ofrhinklariK orthinkiang ofchinktang
rhinklariK has already eleven textile textileHour textileflour textilefoir
Hour silk 51 1k soap machine aDd other fac factories factnrie taotrie ¬
tories and nineteen new enterprises all allwith allwllh allwith
with steiun Itt and electric equipments in inliiinl Inbant IniletflI
liiinl He H Is also building < his own dock dockyard dockart1 dockyard ¬
yard art1
t
FINAL TOURNEY TOURNEYOF TOURNEYOFPLAYGROUNDS
OF OFPLAYGROUNDS OFPLAYGROUNDSChildren PLAYGROUNDS PLAYGROUNDSChildren
Children Shout With Gle GleAs Glee GleeAs GleeAs
As Many Prizes Are AreAwarded AreAwarded AreAwarded
Awarded AwardedMACFARLAND AwardedMAC AwardedMACFARLAND
MACFARLAND MAC F A R LAN D SPEAKS SPEAKSGirls SPEAKSGirls SPEAKSGirls
Girls Enjoy Games With Boys and andSeveral andSeveral andSeveral
Several Records Are AreBroken AreBroken AreBroken
Broken BrokenMtrieking BrokenrtektR Brokenrieking
Mtrieking rtektR rieking sersemnghowMiig frolMck frolMcking trolUokIRK froliloklag
IRK te a flt description de deserIt1 t st of the final tour tournament toutnalftent tournament ¬
nament held yesterday trd7 at Van Ness NessPark Ne NessPark s sPark
Park under the auspices of the Asso Associated uo uoelatM ssoeIatd ¬
ciated Charities CharlU Several hundred hund chil children children chitdron ¬
dren participated in the numerous numerousevents numerousevent numerousevents
events and the tournament was voted votedone votedone votedon
one on of the moat successful ever held by bythe bythe bythe
the association associationSeveral aaeoelaUonSeveral associationSeversi
Several records were lowered the chil children cAIldren cciidre ¬
dren dre far eclipsing lng all former efforts effortsThe ettortaThe effortsThe
The little athletes had been carefully carefullytrained careCullytnllned carefullytrained
trained and when they appeared on the theeinder theender thecinder
ender path their little Ittt forms gave evi evidence evldeRce evidence ¬
dence of previous prevlo work The girls too toodid toodid toodid
did remarkably well and were a credit creditto eredltto ereditto
to their instructor instructorClosing InatructorClosing InstructorClosing
Closing of Playground Season SeasonThe SOalonThe SeasonThe
The tournament marked the closing of ofthe otthe ofthe
the playgrounds for the season During Duringthe Duringthe Duringtie
the hot summer days da the tots who par participated participated participated ¬
ticipated in the games pm yesterday e tolled tolledto toUedto toiledto
to develop deelo their athletic capabilities so sothat 80tt sothat
that when wh n they assembled > d on the Held Heldfor Aeldfor Acidfor
for the great contest they would be bei bephysically bephysically
physically able to uphold the honor of oftheir ottheir oftheir
their particular branches 3o o enthusias enthusiastic enthusiastic enthusiustIe ¬
tic were the children that the directors directorshad dtreetortlhad directorshad
had all they could do to keep them with within withIn within ¬
in the bounds of disciplinary dl rules rulesOften rul rulOtt rulesOften
Often Ott when ben the directors would congre congregate congregate congregate ¬
gate in one corner of the grounds a are asoore ascore
score re or more m re little fellows would as assemble u8etftbfe aseembe ¬
semble in another section of the grounds groundsand xroundsand groundsand
and begin to shout and howl with de delight deUght delight ¬
light lightThe UghtThe lightThe
The directors soon saw the folly of oftrying oltrying oftrying
trying to put a stop to their pentup pentupenthusiasm JM pentupenthusiasm tup tupenthum
enthusiasm enthusiasmMacfarland enthumMacfarland enthusiasmMacfarland <
Macfarland Awards Prizes PrizesWhen Prizsthen PrizesWhen
When then the last race bad been run all allthe anthe allthe
the children who figured in the events eventsflocked eventltftoeked eventsflocked
flocked about Commissioner Macfarland Macfarlandand XaeCanandand Macfarlandand
and clamored clamo tot a speech In a a short shortimpromptu abortImpromptu shortimpromptu
impromptu address the Commissioner Commissionerspoke Cotnmlonerttpoke Commissionerspoke
spoke of the value of athletic training trainingHe trainlftgHe tratningHe
He then awarded a arded the medals and ban banners baaners henners ¬
ners to the victorious participants amid amidgreat amidgreat amidgreat
great enthusiasm enthusiasmThe 8nthuailUluiThe enthusiasmThe
The teachers of the various v nou play playgrounds playgroundfl playgrounds ¬
grounds were er on hand to aastet their theircharges t1Mtreurse thcircharges
charges Many any of the ladles lad worked workedperhaps workedperhaJMl workedperhaps
perhaps as hard as the children childrenResults eblldrenResults childrenResults
Results of Events Events25ynrU Events5yanl Events25yard
25ynrU dash datshGlrJ Girls under ten Woo by byI brI byI
I Fiannaghan of Roeedale Kits KttaWright xuWrifrht KitsWright
Wright of Rasedaie second Ruth RuthFletcher RuthlIJetchfr RuthFletcher
Fletcher of Southeast Sout t third third25yard thlnlSyard third25yard
25yard dish duhBoy Boys under ten Won by byFred byFred byYred
Fred Berraskl of Xorth Capitol Ar Arthur Arthur Arthur ¬
thur Crawson Cra wlIOn of Jefferson JeffersonHobry second R RRebry RBobry
Hobry of Ludlow third thirdeavard thirdryard third55yard
eavard dash flaabGim Girts under thirteen thirteenWon thhtefonWon thirteenWon
Won by b Isabel Wilson of North Capi Capitol Capttol Capitot ¬
tol Daisy Dal y Hedrick of North Capitol Capitolsecond CaptolHCOnd pit pitsecond
second Jennie Holmes of Rosodale Rosodalethird Rosodatsthird aMthIrd
third thirda thirdsyard
thIrdyard a syard yard dash dubDoy Boys under thirteen thirteenWon thlrt thlrton thirteenWon
Won on by Robert Grace of Southeast SoutheastErnest 80nrtttEmnt SoutheastErucat
Ernest Dwyer of North ortl Capitol second secondErt 3eCOodErl secondEri
Ert McDonald cDonald of Wallach third third16yard tbinI6Oard thirdbOyard
16yard dash dashBo11 Boys undet sixteen sixteenWon sixteenWon lXtefftun
Won un by John Babbuigton of North NorthCapitol NorthCapItol NorthCapitol
Capitol Frank Presley of North Cap Capitol CapItol Capitol ¬
itol second Roy Van Ruth of North NorthCapitol XorthCapitol NorthGapitol
Capitol third thirdTityard third1tIy thirdyard
Tityard 1tIy yard rd dash clalthBoys Boys under sixteen sixteenWon sixteenOft sixteenWon
Won Oft by Frank Tealer Teele of North orh Capitol CapitolRoy CapitolRo CapitolRoy
Roy Ro Van Ruth of North Capitol sec second NCOftd seeend ¬
end Herbert Helwig of RosedaJe third thirdPetatd thl thlPota thirdPotato
Potato Pota t Races RacesPotato RacetlPotato RacesPotato
Potato rac racfGlrl1 < Girls under sixteen flixteenWon flixteenWonby Won Wonby
by Isabel Wilson of North Capitol sec second HeODd seeond ¬
ond Helen Martin arUn of Wallsch third thirdjHary tblrclIay thirdlary
jHary Grace of Southeast SoutheastPotato SoutheaatPotato SoutheastPotato
Potato race raceDo raceBoys Boys under thirteen tblrt thirteenWon thirteenWonby nOft nOftby W on onby
by John Callon of Jefferson second secondIrvln 5eeondIrvin eeondIrvin
Irvin Heard of North Capitol third thirdJo thrdJoe thirdJoe
Jo Joe Sprosser of North CapitolPotato Caplt1 Caplt1Potato Caplt1Potato
Potato race raceBos cfBo Boys under sixteen alxteenWon alxteenWonby Won Wonby
by Loyd Miller I Iller of Southeast second secondAndrew IIeCOftdAndlCw secondAndrew
Andrew Heard of North Capitol third thirdWallace U thldWaliace d daUee
Wallace aUee Howard if t Kosedale KosedaleJumping JtosedaleumpiDg ItosedaleJumping
Jumping Records RecordsStanding RecordsStandln RecordsStanding
Standing Standln broad jump boys bo1 under six sixteen ii iiteenWon b bteenVon ¬
teen teenVon Won by John Babbtngton BabbtnatonNorth of ofNorth t tNorth
North Capitol 8 feet 1V4 1 inches Tnoas TnoasRusMll lb0ll lb0llot ThonaaRussell
Russell of North Capitol second T feet teetl
7 1 inches lneb Loyd Miller of Southeast Southeastthird Southtthird Southeastthird
third 7 feet t Inches InchesStanding IncbNSta inchesStanding
Standing Sta dlnlt broad jump boys under thir thirteen thlrteenWon thirtomWon ¬ I
teen teenWon Won by Robert Btschoft BI = bott of Rosedale Rose 1oeeIe looedale
dale Ie t feet 9 inches Inch D Kessler of ofNorth ofNorth ofNorth
North Capitol C feet 7 73 = inches Neal NeslRyan NealRyaft NealRyan
Ryan of North Capitol third S feet i 5Inches iIncllN Iinches
Inches InchesHunnlnic IncllNItunnlnK inchesRunning
Running high jump boys bo under thir thirteen tblrtEoenWon thirteenWou ¬
teen tEoenWon Won by R Biacboff BI etr of Rosedaic Rosedaict
I feet tIZ 8 inches D Kessler of North NorthCapitol NorthCaptol NorthCapitol
Capitol second I feet 8U 814 inches Neal NealRyan NealRyan NealRyan
Ryan of North Capitol third I feet 7 7Inches 7Ineh 734 734Inches
Inches InchesRunning Ineh InehRunnlnK InchesRunning
Running high jump for or boys under undersixteen undersixteenA undersixteenA
sixteenA sixteen A Heard North Capitol won wonClarence wonClarence on onClarence
Clarence Newborn Wallach seeonf eo eoThonut eeonl eeonlThomas
Thomas Russell North Capitol thirdRunning third thtJifRunnlnf thI thIRunnin
Running broad jump for boys under underthirteen underhlrten underthlrteenCiuiries
thirteen thlrteenCiuiries < Charles nlrle Curry North Capital Capitaluron Capltelwon Capitolwon
won i Irwin Heard North Capitol sec secjnd Meontl seeond
jnd Robert I1 rt Grace Southeast third thirdRunning t1lrdRunnmfC tltrdRunning
Running broad jump for boys under underiixtn underIdxteen undersixteen
sixteen Clarence Clare nce < Slsetimean North NorthCapitol NorthCapitol NorthCapitol i
Capitol won Wl w Lloyd Miller Southeast Southeastnd SoutbeatIMCOnd Southeastsecond
second nd Wallace Howard RosedaR RosedaRhlrd RoeedaJethird Rosedaltthird
third
Wallach Leads in Games GamesCronuet GamesClOftuet GamesCroquet
Croquet for girls Xirlson Won by Wallach WallachTetherball WflachTetherbeli WUachTBtherbAU
Tetherball for girls under sixf sixfWon XtMR XtMR1Von sixteen sixteenWon
Won by Wallach WallachBasketball WaUaebB WaliachBaiiketball
Basketball B ket tll for boys under sixteen sixteenVon sixteenWon xt xtWon
Won by Wallach WallachVolleyball WallachVolleyball Wal1hon
Volleyball on bAli for boys boy under er sixteen sixteenWon ebeenWon sixteenWon
Won by b Wallach WallachIndoor WallachIftdoor WallchIndoor
Indoor baseball ba eball > for girls Jrirl under six sixteen sixteenWon x xteenVon ¬
teenVon teen Won by North Capitol CapitolAUSTRALIAN CapitolAUSTRALIAN CapitolAUSTRALIAN
AUSTRALIAN TREE TREEFULL TREEFULL TREEFULL
FULL OF ALCOHOL ALCOHOLMELBOURNE AlCOtlOLlELBOURNE ALCOHOLMELBOURNE
MELBOURNE Sept S IA A new source sourceof lIOU1eeot sourceof
of alcohol a1 ohol has been discovered in West WestAustralia VestU8traUa WestAustralia
Australia The grass tree which flour flourishes eurblh flourSahes ¬
ishes blh so thickly that It has become a anuisance anulsanee anuisance
nuisance to agriculturists turns out to tobe to1M tobe
be full of alcohol alcoholThe alcoholThe alcoholThe
The fibers of the core yield IeJl from five fivetenths ft fttenths fivetenthe
tenths to one and a quarters nations 11oIMI of ofproof ofproof ofproof
proof spirts plr a bushel bushelCASE bushelCASE bushelCASE
CASE OF TOO MUCH WOOD WOODLONDON WOODLONDON WOODLONDON
LONDON Sept S IThe The Claoton town towncrier towncrlor towncrier
crier who is known as Peggy Po on ac acdate account account
count af his wooden leg was a recently recentlyeandlda a aeandklate
eandlda eandklate date t for a seat t on the Urban coon council COUDtit cooncit ¬
cit tit He claimed support on the ground groundthat woundthat groundthat
that as there were e many wooden heads headsaround h headsairound a aound
around ound the council table in the fitness fitnessof fttneor Atneasof
of things there ought to be a wooden log logihere 10gthere og ogthere
there there too He was as defeated defeatedPLAYED dettedPLAYED defeatedPLAYED
PLAYED ONE TUNE SEVEN YEARS YEARSLONDON YEARSLONDON YEARSLONDON
LONDON Sept S IAn An old woman womanirho WOIlWUlwho womanwho
who was charged at Bristol with beg bagSins begging
Sins said she had earned her living for forthe rorthe forthe
the last seven en years by b playing the na national nlltJonal national ¬
tional anthem on a concertina conoetina conoetinar
r
CONTEMPLATES NEW HOME HOMEFOR HOMEFOR HOMEFOR
FOR THE SUPREME COURT COURTi COURTSuperintendent COURTS COURTSuprintenderit i
Superintendent S p Flntendent of Capitol Elliott Woods Has Completed CompletedPlans 9 pmpletedPlans pleted pletedPI
Plans PI ns For Erection of Magnificent MagnificentTemple IvagnificentTemple MagnificentTemple
Temple of of Justice
After years of contemplation relative relativeto r lnt1ve lnt1veto
to tl Ute e sreeUon of a homo for the Su Supreme Bupr Ruprone ¬
prone pr Court of the United States tatlMJ Elliott ElliottWood ElliottWood ElliottWoods
Wood superintendent of the Capitol Capitolhas Capitolha Capitolhas
has ha recently receaU completed eomr 1eiect > plans which may mayresult anyreaul mayresult
result in action being taken in the very verynear verynear verynear
near future to erect a mngnlnzent mngnlnzentTemple nnU magniflentTemple ent entTempi
Temple of Justice Ju Uce on the alto adjoining adjoiningthe adjoiningtJ1e adjoiningthe
the Congressional CO xre lona1 Library LibraryThis Libra LibraTh LibraryThis
This Th project hAS been tho bone of con contention contention contentlon ¬
tention among Congrnsaman CongIft Bmen for years yearsand ycaraand yearnand
and although many m ny efforts have been beennude beenntade beenmade
nude to formulate plans whoroby a SUe successful SUecCul sueceseful ¬
cessful move might be inaugurated for forI torIts forits
I its eventual materialization no practical practicaladvancement practlcnladvaneement practicaladvancement
advancement has been heretofore ac accomplished ao aocomplhed accomplished ¬
complished Some So tutu ago the matter matterwas ma matterwas ttar ttarwaa
was placed in the hands of Mr Woods Woodsand Woodand Woodsand
and he h was requested to prepare draw drawings drawJntra drawlags ¬
lags for the erection cf this th5 femple fompleThis fempleThill fempleThis
This was about a year ago and dur during durlag ur urIng ¬
ing the Interval he has made wonderful wonderfulheadway wond wondprfulheadway rtul rtulheAdway
headway The plans Which he has pre prepared preI propared ¬
I pared have already alread been submitted to toarchitects toi toarchitects
i architects of New York YorkEarly YorkEarly YorkEarly
Early Action by Congress CongressThe CongressThe CongressThe
The ground upon pon which wbl h it has been beendecided beendecided beendecided
decided to build the temple is owned ownedby ownedby ownedby
by private individuals Whether or not notthese n6ttbeM ot otthe
these the property owners will let the Gov Govfynraent Go Golnnt Govtnmeflt
fynraent have hav the land is a matter soon aeonto 860nto soonto
to be determined as a it is understood understoodCongress under undnrstoodCongress tood toodCon
Con Congress will take action some time this thiswinter thiswinter thiswinter
winter The chairmen and leading leadingmembers leadingmembers leadingmembers
members of the Senate and House ap appropriations approprlatlowl appropriations ¬
propriations committees commltt directed Mr MrWoods MrWooda MrWoods
Woods to prepare pare tho plans In sending sendingthe sendingthe sendingthe
the drawing drawln to New York Mr Woods Woodshas WoodshILs Voodss
has s done so in order to ascertain a if they theyare theyare theyare
are in accordance with regulation di dimensions dtmeDlltOlUl dlmenslons ¬
mensions Vhen Congress < convenes in
EVERY EVERYONEOFEM EVERYONEOFEMMAY ONE OF EM EMMAY EMMAY
MAY BE A DEWEY I
Continued from First Page PageThis PageThis age ageTbill
This however proves prov to be erroneous erroneousThe WfIOfttMMMJThe erroneousThe
The proportion of members of the first firstsection firstsecUon t tMeUon
section who have distinguished them themselves themIv themselves ¬
selves Iv in other branches of activity at atthe attlte atthe
the Academy k M much greater g eater than in inthe Inthe Inthe
the whole class cl or the Academy as H Hwhole Khole iiwhole
whole hole
wholeEfficiency
Efficiency Eflicie cy First Qualification QualificationIn
In the appointments as midshipman midshipmanofficers Jftkl midshipmanernests htpman htpmanoftICfr
officers of the brigade officers o for in instance InJKDee Instance ¬
stance this hi notable These appoint appointments appolnttAI appointmOats ¬
mOats tAI are not given for or excellence in inscholarship Inrbolartlhlp inscholarship
scholarship but for military efficiency efficiencyand emeteneyand etficleneyand
and aptitude which are Quite different differentthing dltterenttbn81L differentthings
thing tbn81L The three thr ranking rankln officers are areMidshipman areMkblblpn areMidshipman
Midshipman A W Frank of Alabama Alabamacadet Alabamacadet Alabamacadet
cadet commander commanding the bri brigade brlIde brigade ¬
gade and Midshipmen P G Lauman Laumanof
of Iowa and Richard Hill of the same sameState lNufteState sameState
State who M commands the battalions battalionsAll btLttftHonaAll battalionsAll
All three th of these H as well as a a large pro proportion proportion proportion ¬
portion of the captains of companies companiesand companlean4 companiesand
and other high officers belong to the thesection tkeetion thesection
section of the class wiiieh Ieh is distin distinguished dstlngulahed distinguisbed ¬
guished for its scholarship scholarshipIn aeholaNlhIIn
In athletics this t is just as marked markedAmong markedAmol1tr markedAmong
Among the members of the first see section seeUOft seetine ¬
tine are R R A A Theobald of California Californiacaptain CILUfo CILUfocaptaJn CeliforniKcaptain
captain of the baseball nine ni and W W WBra4I1ey WBradley > V VBradley
Bradley Jr of North Dakota the cap captain captaM ¬
taM of the Academy eightoar el htou crew on onof one oneof oneof
of the most successful au tul in the Watery ot otthe ottile ofthe
the Academy Other baseball ba ebU men are areRalph areRalph areRalph
Ralph C Needbam the star r pitcher and andC andC endC
C C Gilt of Kansas the fIne little littleshortstop UtlJeJIbortatnp littleshortstop
shortstop and and also tH the beAt tennis play player pla player > ¬
er in the Academy AcademyGill Aea AcademyGill emy emyGill
Gill Commended for Bravery BraveryMidshipman BraveryMldablpman BraveryMidshipman
Midshipman XM1I lill Is the man wno was waspraised waspralaecl waspraised
praised by Secretary Bonaparte for per personal pOIaonal persetial ¬
sonal bravery brav IY The letter from the theretary Sec Secretary Seerotary ¬
retary comments d the young man for hit hitrescue hlbJfOIiCI8 hl hlrescue >
rescue of a fellowclassman telowcman Mklshlp Mklshlpman lk5hlpman Midshipman
man Claude A A Jones Jon and also oompH compliments compUmenta oompHmeats ¬
meats him for his high standing in his hisclass hlc hisclaas
class c and his selection for early earl gradua graduation graduation graduntou ¬
tion The letter was read to the brigade brigadeon brlg de deon
on order of Superintendent Sands SandsSome SandaSemI SendsSome
Some SemI Athletic Middies MiddiesJ
J H Hoover of Montana and A C CRead CI CRead
Read of Massachusetts have both act acted acted acted ¬
ed as a coxswains of the Academy crew crewand crewand rew rewand
and are among the smallest > members membersof
of the class classAmong e eAmoftS cIssAmong
Among the One track athletes which whichthe whichthe whichthe
the section includes are P G Lauman Laumanof
of Iowa and It A A Burford of Florida FloridaBoth FlorIdaBoth FloridaBoth
Both of these have lowered Academy Academyrecords Aeadem Aeademreeord Academyrecords
records Lauman in tab high h h jump and andBurford an andBurford
Burford in the pole vault Burford is isalso Jal80 isalso I
also the champion middle weight weightwrestler wolgbtwre weightwrestler
wrestler wre Uer of the Academy AcademyThe AcademyThe AcademyThe
The eightyfive graduate are of
PALMA SUMMONS SUMMONSCUBAN SUMMONSCUBAN SUMMONSCUBAN
CUBAN CONGRESS CONGRESSi CONGRESSContln CONGRESSContinuedfrom
Continued Contln Continuedfrom from First Page Pagesaid Pageaid Pagesaid
said to t be large So far as a known the thefight theft thefight
fight ft ht grew ew out of a misunderstanding on onth ontbe onthe
th the part of the th insurgents They ntQ hud hudbeen hRdbeet hadbeett
been told that an armistice armlstl < e had been de declared deelartod doclsrtd
clared and were ere coming Into Havana Havanawhen Havanawben Havanawhen
when they were met m t outside the city b ba ba by bya
a a detachment of rurales and a fierce fiercefight flftrceftht fierceJtaht
fight ensued ensuedTh ensuedThe nuOOThe
Th The government wires connecting with withPinar withPinal withPinar
Pinar del Rio were cut last night by b the theinsurgents thenaur theInsurgents
insurgents naur ent so that no telegraphic news newsfrom newsfrom newsfrom
from the province has been received In InHavana InHaVaCl inHavana
Havana today but it is known that the thewhole t thewhole e ewhole
whole province Is almost t in a state of ofanarchy ofanarchy ofanarchy
anarchy Noncombatants are panic panicstricken ptnlcatrlcken panicstricken
stricken and are seeking refuge in Ha Havana Havana HaysaL ¬
vana When hen seen at the palace pal e Prod President Preeldent Proddent ¬
dent Palma said saidThe saJdThe snidThe
The fiercest fighting that there th r has hasbeen 1 baabeen B Bbeen
been since the beginning of tho war w r tooK tooKplace too tooplace toolplace
place today toda yet the newspapers printed printedreport printedreport printeda
a report that a a truce had been officially officiallyproclaimed otrtcrllyproclaimed offlctIlyproclaimed
proclaimed AB this th raise news 1 WS was wasnrst wasANit wasArat
nrst spread by apparent friends of the thegovernment theKOernment thegovornment
government I consider It an ant of oftreaohory oftreachery oftreachery
treachery treaohoryCHURCH treacheryCHURCH treacheryCHURCH
CHURCH OF GREENLAND GREENLANDThe
The Congregational Church of Green Greenland Groenland Greenland ¬
land N H has Just observed with due duerejoicings duerejoicings duorejolcings
rejoicings its two hundredth anniver anniversary nnnlvurrye annlvtirsary ¬
sary rye In the two centuries it has had hadbut hndbut hadbut
but seven pastors its present pr sent pastor pastorthe pastorthe
the Rev Dr Edward Edr Roblo Js is now In Inhis Inbls inhis
his flftynfth year Y flr of service One of ofhis ofhis ofhis
his colonial predecessors the Rev Dr DrSamuel DrSamuel DrSamuel
Samuel McClintock as chaplain of ofColonel oCColonel ofGolonel
Colonel Gotfes regiment re1ntent went ent acam acaming acampeInlng
palgwlng ing In Canada and caw the capture captureunreal capturet captureC
t C Montreal unreal later he was a chaplain In Ine intJ In11e
tJ 11e e Continental Army to which he gave gavethree gavethree gavethree
three sons Not one of them returned returnedhome returnedhome returnedhome
home
t
10
December Mr Woods will I submit the theplans theplans theplans
plans for t r consideration considerationThe conak1eratlonThe considerationThe
The building bulldl is to be one ofthe moat moatattractive Jft 8tattractive mostattractive
attractive edifices In the country In Inaddition Inaddition Inaddition
addition to housing the Supreme Supr me Court Courtit CourtIt CourtIt
it Is to be so planned that international internationalcourts InternationalcourU interpationalcourts
courts of arbitration may be held there therePeace titer titerPeace therePence
Peace conferences and meetings of the therepresentatives thercpresentaUve therepresentatives
representatives of this and other othergO othergOernments gov governments governments ¬
ernments such as a the PanAmorlcan PanAmorlcanconference PanAmerlnoontorenc panAmericanoontorenc
oontorenc will also probably 1 bt > held hfJIdtn heldin Id Idin
in this building buildingImposing buUdlngImpasing
S
Imposing Structure Planned PlannedThe PlannedThe PlannedThe
The architectural design of thestructure the tltestructure thestructure
structure will be similar to that of the UieParthenon theParthenoh e eParthnon
Parthenon of ancient Athens At flO1 with withgreat withgreat j jgreat
great columns extending fr train m base to tothe tothe tothe
the roof in severely verely classical style styleThe Iftyl IftylThe styleThe
The interior will be adorned with mar marble marble marble ¬
ble columns highly engraved and pol polished pollahed potIshed
ished and will extend around ar ftd the In Inner Inner innor ¬
ner walls Us The courtroom in which the thehighest tMhlgho thehighest
highest t tribunal in the land will reign reignwill rsgnwill r1gnwill
will be of the most imposing style ty1e ef efarchitecture orarchl ofarchitecture
architecture architectureThe archl architectureThe teeture teeturen
The n new building will be of whitrranite whit whUJTanlte whitegranite
granite and will occupy the site be between b btvNn betweet ¬
tweet the Congressional Library and the thenow tbennw thenow
now Senate S nate offlc om office < building butkl r It will oc occupy ocCUpy OcCUR
cupy CUR an entire square just across the theplaza theplaza thep1a7a
plaza from the Capitol Mr Woods is issanguine langulPe issanguine
sanguine ngulPe about the possibility po of the theproject lheproJect theproct
project materializing some time in the thenear thenear thenear
near future It is estimated that the thebuilding thebulkUnK thebuilding
building will be erected ereet at t a coat of ofHbout otKbout ofabout
about lWtCI1O 3KXMK Many of the Senators Senatorsare Senatoraare Senatorsare
are in favor aver or the building being built builtprominent builtprominent builtprominent
prominent ajnong whom is I Senator r Alli Allion AUJ110ft AllIsoft
soft on who with Ith the assistance a8fll tanee of other otherlead otherJeadtn otherleading
lead Jeadtn leading Republicans wilt endeavor to tohave tohav tohave
have hav the appropriation authorized
course UIH a picked J body bod but there l r e 8 s ev eva ava even evena
I
a smaller subdivision of members of the thectes tbftcia theclass I
cia WAG 11 hfcve h hs e made them tbenlfllelvtM thesneelvts elv s par particularly prtJeurly pzrtIcularly ¬ I
ticularly notable in some department of ofAcademy ofAeademy ofAcademy
Academy life and in this tbl way stand out outfrom outrom outfrom
from their fellows Scholarship holarp mili military miiitary m mtal7 ¬
tary efficiency and athletics are about aboutthe aboutthe aboutthe
the only Oftl methods by which a midship midshipman mldahipNan midshipman ¬
man can onllaarly d rtingtstah drUJt hhnHlf hhnHlfaDd nimeelf nimeelfmore IIIme1fand
aDd aJftOft among those prPe preentnert l nent I In one or ore ormore
more e 4 f thss b e nes D a few can be men mentioned RentIoned mantioned ¬
tioned tIonedCakey
Caakey Head ef Class ClassGardner ClasGardnr ClassGardner
Gardner Lemmon Caskey the fore foremoat foremost
MOst scholar of the class cia was appointed appointedfrom appointedfrom ted tedfNft
from Detroit Mich I ieh but his father A AG AG Aa
G Caskey Ca ey is now a a resident of New NewPreston NevConn NewPreston
Preston Conn Caskey C IUIk leads the grad graduates paduat ¬
wales uat by a a good margin rgln He Is spice splendidly en endldly ¬
didly balanced and is both a a brilliant brilliantmathematician hrll1laatmathematltian brilliantmathematician
mathematician and linguist linguistThe UltptatI linguistrho
I rho next greatest honor to leading the theclass theclass
class as a a scholar and indeed by y some somepointment 80IIMIt someit
It Ss placed Irttt i is to receive the ap appointment aprpolntment
pointment as cadet commander r or orftveBtrlper orI orhftve orlivestriper
hftve ftveBtrlper trtper the ranking raakJn midshipman midshipmanofficer mtdtllatpcaanI midshipmanoeer
I
I officer oeer in the brigade This ThlllMNlttJon position of ofhonor ofhonor
honor and trust fa I conferred upon the themidshipman tbemldahtpman themidshIpman
midshipman who stands highest hi < In mil military mllftary mu muftar ¬
itary ftar efficiency efftelen y This Th year it was won wonby wonby 011
by Arthur W Frank of Mobile Ala AlaFrank AlaFrank
i Frank Is also al one of the foremost t ost schol scholars JlCbolars scholers ¬
ars in the class el and will graduate Muate not notlower notlower
lower than No o 4 It is said of Him by byhbj byhhj
hbj classmates eoat that h M might even Nt go gohigher pthlgMr gohigher
higher but for the time U devoted to Ute tfeehelp Utehelp thehelp
help of his comrades whose scholasticwork scholastic scholasticwork hflllaatJc hflllaatJcwork
work is not so good goodNeedfcam goodNeed1aam goodNeedhain
Needfcam a Fine Athlete AthleteRalph At1aleteRalph AthleteRalph
Ralph C Neetlham of Monson Ness MaesIs l lS Nessis
Is also a i splendid example of a mMshlp mMshlprnan mlt1ehlpfnan midshiproan
roan Although he has qualified qua wtth the theaavez thevez theaayez
aavez vez third of his class e he has found foundtime foundtime MIa MIatime
time to distinguish c1tlngul h himself M en n athlete athleteHe AthleteI athleteITo
I He Is undoubtedly elly > the beet pitcher JJIth r the theAcademy theAca4emy theAcademy
Academy has had and has h filled that thatposition thatOSItion thatposition
position for three seasons He has also alsoplayed alsoplayed
played quarterback on the football team teamon te teamon m
on occasions and Ss president of the theAcademy theAcademy
Academy Athletic Association Neett Neetthara Ne Netdbane c1
hara was pw member af his bl oMen pre presented presentod ¬
sented mted with tho sword which hkb Is annually annuallygiven annuallygIvCJ annuallygiven
given to the best H t athlete athl te among the thegraduates
graduates graduatesWillis grduat grduattUb graduatesWillis
Willis tUb W Bradley jr of Farman N ND ND
D is also aI an athlete of ability and andfine andfine
fine n scholar He H has devoted much of ofhis ofhis
his time Un to the crew upon which he has hasrowed baarowed
rowed for three seasons captaining the theaggregation thescreJJftUOft th thaggregation
aggregation during lest year ear but still stillhas stillhas
has been able to do hit scholastic work workso worxso or c cf I
f so well weU that he will ill ginlusts lalua te not lower ktwerthan JMethan lowerthan
than number twantyflve t8nb Y He Is the thecadet th thi thcadet
i cadet 4Iet lieutenant nlt in command CC of the theeighth theelKhth theeighth
eighth company of the midshipman bri brigade brigade hotgade ¬
gade
DINNER TO CREWS CREWSSTRENGTHENS CREWSSTRENGTHENS CREWSSTRENGTHENS
STRENGTHENS TIESContinued TIES TIESContinued TIESContinued
Continued from First Page PageheArty Pagehearty j jhearty
hearty a welcome in the United States Stateswhen S1t98when Stateswhen
when a Cambridge crew visits ll11t8 America Amoricaae
as Harvard has ha received In England KnglandThe ERglandThe EnglandThe
The result re lJt of the race JA e today tOOtl has Im Impressed ImpntBSOO impressed ¬
pressed me with an axiom credited to toDogberry toDogberl toDogberry
Dogberry If two men men1rlde ride a horse and andof andor adof
of them must ride behind behindM behindM behindId
M M AI Goldsmith president o Of the theCambridge theCambridge theCambridge
Cambridge Oarsmen Ousmen and No 3 In to todays todB todays ¬
days dB winning boat said We Ye never nevarrowed nevorrowed neverrowed
rowed rowed against a more sporting crew crewhe crewhft crewhe
he said I hope that we may get a acrew acrew acrew
crew to go go to America to return the therace therAce therace
race raceCaptain rAceCaptain raceCaptain
Captain Fllloy stroke of the Harvard Harvardboat Harvardboat Harvardbot
boat received an ovation of several severalminutes SeveralmlnutN severs seversminutes
minutes duration when he arose to re respond re8P respend ¬
spend 8P to his toast He was oheored oheoredvociferously oheoredvoclrerou eheeredvociferously
vociferously voclrerou ly when he said Id We rowed rowedagainst rowedllgaln8t rowedagainst
against the thcbeat beat sportsmen In In inthe the world worldThere worklThere worldThere
There is no question that the best crew crewwon cre creon crewwon
won wonThe wonTho on onThe
The newspsners newsPmJs In their comment on onthe onthe onthe
the race express exIifess admiration of Har HarI HarIds Hervrds
I vards Ids plucky showing b but t consider considerthat considerthat considerthat
that the American crew was outclassed outclaattetlby outclassedby i iby
by its Cambridge adversary adversaryOAKEY Mor adversaryOAKEY ary aryOAKEY
OAKEY AND THE RIVER TURTLE TURTLEMany TURTLEMany URTLE URTLEMany
Many years ago a boy named Oakey OakeyGago OakeyGago OakeyGage
Gago residing in Prophetstown prophet t9wn III IIIcaught Illaught Iiicaught
caught ft small turtle In Rook river riverWith riverIth riverWith
With Ith his hl pocket knife he rudely rudcJ en enravad enIftav engraved
graved Iftav d his Initials and the date ate July
27 18H on the shell of the creature creatureand creatureand creatureand
and threw the poor thing back Into the thowater thftwater thewater
water waterA waterA waterA
A few weeks ago a man who was as fish fishing ftshIng fishIng
ing In the Mississippi river a short die distance dl dltance dietance ¬
tance below Cape Glrsrd Glrardau au Mo felt feltsomething feltJ feltsomething
something J I11Qthlnlt tugging at his line lineAfter lineAfter lineAfter
After a fierce struggle hfe h landed a aGerman aGerman aGerman
German arp a foot and a half long
MONITOR IS BACK BACKFROM BACKFROMOYSTER
FROM FROMOYSTER OYSTER BAY BAYPuritan BAYPuritan
Puritan Comes Home After AfterDoing AfterDoing AfterDoing
Doing Her Part in Big BigNaval BigNaval BigNaval
Naval Review ReviewMILITIAMEN ReviewMiliTIAMEN ReviewMILITIAMEN
MILITIAMEN ARE A R I HAPPY HAPPYChance HAP HAPPYChance P y yChance
Chance Now to Take Their Annual Ex Exercise Exercise ¬
ercise Outing on Real RealWarship RealWuship
I
Warship WarshipTfca WushipThe
I ITIll
TIll U S So S Puritan monitor return returned returlod returod ¬
od to t town last night and the members membersor membersoI b tna
or oI t the District naval militia will be bejoyous 1ejo bejoyous
joyous jo OUfII when they learn of it today for fornow ternow nr nrnow
now they may tan their muchdelayed I Iannual Iannual Iannual
annual cruise cruiseIt ern ernIt cruiseIt
It was about half way wa between b ween sunset sunsetand j jand i iand
and and darkness when wh the uW war dog dolcrept dogcrept j jcrept
crept crept slowly Iow up the Potomac P to channel channelftHftll channelLocihig i ifueling
fueling ftHftll g her wy Wt carof ctrorII ctrosry tily 7 and hiding hhl1nKmuch MS MSmuch asmuch
much possible JJ under the water as a asthough I i ithough
though she se Ie desired dl lreei to get In wltboii wltboiianyone witbo witbotanyone I
anyone knowing It It Few people ild tIdknow ildknow i iknow
know of it last night nl ht < least of all being beingthose beingtho
those tho e most mo t vitally interested tnter Interestedthe tedthe the quar quarter quarter querter ¬ II IIthoto
ter thousand boys wh wt ht have been aching achingfor acban acbanfor achingfor
for weeks for their annual bath in suit suitspray SLItspray altspray
spray aboard a genuine manowbr manowbrThe manowltrThe manowarThe
The old ship was warped ino her b litollh litollhat bet ih ihat ikat
at the foot of Sixth stre < t tCame tCame tCaine
Came Along Leisurely LeisurelyShe LeburelySIte LeisurelyShe
She took her time returning from Oy Oyster Oyt Oyster ¬
ster t r Bay She left there Tuesday fol following ol olJe1ng oIlewing ¬
lowing the review and stopped at Now Nowport Nf Newport > w wport
port News She started oat o t Jrk Frlay Frlaynight y ynight ynlebt
night on the last stage tap of her he Journey JourneyCommander juun juunCOfftmander juureyCommander
Commander S W V Stratton com commander comJtwutder cornmender ¬
mender of the naval nav militia could couldscarcely couldsearoely couldscarcely
scarcely conceal eone l his joy last night upon uponbeing upong uponbeing
being g informed of his hl ships h return and andits andIts andit8
its safe to Kji wvJlet rJk that every eVH rnc f nc cf cfhis cthta cfhis
his Ml or mere boys boy will run down to today to1ju today ¬
day 1ju Just t to It j their feet f et aboard their theirold H theirold lr lrold
old truinln ro o i i TJ 1 hP p wu wunot wilLnot II
not be formally t rmally tusned over to the Die Disrict DIIrIet DieSfet
rIet rict sailors 11 till Monday however wh wbln wblni41tie whinbhe < n nwte
i41tie wte bhe will be put out of commission by bythe byI bythe
the Navy Department Until tomorrow tomorrowtb tomorrowthe
tb the vessel will remain under the com command corninked ¬
inked JlNuttI of Capt C W Bartlett who was wasdetailed wudetailed wasdetailed
detailed to take her up to Oyster Bay BayCruise BayCruise BayCruise
Cruise Begins Saturday SaturdayThe SabmlayTIle SaturdayThe
The cruise of the local sailors aaUo will willbegin wUlbectn willbegin
begin next Saturday and continue for forten tort forton
ten t days day All our boys boy are anxious anxiousfor anxloufor anxiousfor
for the cruise said Commander Strat Stratum Stratton Stratton ¬
ton last night and Im Mire Nr it will do dothem dothem dothem
them good We will have pretty nearly nearlya
a full quota for every Jackie has hasstretched hasstretched I
stretched a point in order to take this thiscruise thiscruise
cruise I although all were disappointed dlppolntedat J
at t having haYln havlngit It t postponed poned from the original originaldate originaldate originaldate
date most of them having arranged arrangedfor j I
for their vacations at that time When Whenit
I
it I t was found that we could not go Aug August AUKuet Augflat ¬
flat IS 11 as originally planned every sail sailor saUor sailor ¬
or set his hi teeth like a real Jackie roe recognizing Neogntzlftg roeognixing ¬
ognizing that If their commanderIneWet1M commanderinchiefthE commanderIn commanderIncMef
cMef I eWet1M the President Pre klentdeetred desired to s He se e the theship theskip
skip In review his wishes h must be re respeeted respeeted
speetedIn speeted speetedIn peetedIn
In accordance with th an order Issued Issuedby JutIedby leanedby
by Brig Gen G L George H Harries com comrounder I
rounder I of the District National Guard Guardofficers Guardoffleers Guardofficers
officers and ad enlisted men participating participatingIn
In the cruise e shall receive pay for nine ninedays JdMdays ninedays
I days and the Jackie who ho are Gov i iernment
ernment I employee will be furnished furntefcedwith furnishedwith IMd IMdith
with ith certificates covering eovc > rlng their period periodof periodof periodof
4 of service Many fan of the amateur sailors sailorsare sailorsare nor norare
I are clerks in the Navy Department
CAPT DYE NAMED NAMEDTO NAMEDTO
TO SUCCEED DRUM DRUMCapt
Capt Robert R rt I L L Dye assistant tant super superintendent superInttmdent superIntendent ¬
intendent j of Arlington Cemetery will willtemporarily wUJtemporarlb willtemporarily
temporarily I be appointed to nil the va vacancy vaency vaeancy ¬
cancy 4 caused ca d recently by the death < of ofCaptain orCaptain ofCaptain
Captain 4 Drum who for many years was wassuperintendent waaHperl wassuperintendent
superintendent superintendentIt j Hperl tndtftt tndtfttIt
It has been customary to appoint only onlycivil onl1clvll onLycivil
civil I war I veterans who were w Injured InjuredIn
In i n conflict as a superintendents of na national 0Uonal ustional ¬
tional 1 cemeteries but General Humph Humphrey Husephrey ¬ 4 4rey
rey J quartermaster quarterma ter general i w expected expectedto expect expectto
to I appoint Captain Dye Dy inasmuch as he hein beiR heii
in J ii a veteran of the Spanish war and andwas alWlWAS andwas
was injured in the 1h service The per permament perfflAm permament
mament I fflAm nt appointment on this ground groundwill groundwill
will go to Secretary Secretu Taft for Ms ap approval ap approval aprproval ¬
proval
YOUNG ROOSEVELT ROOSEVELTGETS ROOSEVELTOET8
nriQ btlo GETS pv BY DI DICHICAGO DHIGAGO DHIGAGOCHICAGO
CHICAGO Sept S IK S SoTheodore Theodore Room Roosevelt ROOI8Iolt Roomvelt ¬
velt jr returning from a bear hunt In Inthe Intile inthe
the West passed through Chicago to tonight tonight tonight ¬
night He arrived at S S45 41 by the Bur Burlington BurUngton BurItngton ¬
lington road and a d left at 1039 by the theLake thelAke theLAk
Lake LAk Shore for New York YorkThe YorkThe YorkThe
The 3Oung man declined to be inter interviewed laterfawed kiterviewed ¬
viewed and refused to have his picture picturetaken pleturetakeno picturetaken
taken He carried a a rifle rlfte a dilapidated dilapidatedsuit dnapldatedsuit dilapidatedsuit
suit case as and a bandaged right wrist wristHo wristHe wrlgtITo
Ho didnt have a bearskin The injury injuryhe InJunhe Injuryhesaid
he hesaid said was a mere scratch scratchIN scratchPROHIBITIONISTS scratchPOllIB1TIOlSTS
PROHIBITIONISTS WIN WININ 1M 1ML
IN L COUNTY COUNTY1W IN TEXAS TEXASDALLAS TEXASDALLAS TEXASDALLAS
DALLAS Tex T x Sept S IElUs Ellis county countyadjoining lountyadjolnlnJ countyadjoining
adjoining Dallas on the south and one oneof oneof oneof
of the most important lmJOrtant In Texas was wascarried wascarried wascarried
carried by b the Prohibitionists in the theelection theel theel
election el ctim today totl by bya a majority of S1W S1WCABBAGE So1 3100CABBAGE O OCABBAGE
CABBAGE KING DEAD DEADLONDON DEADLONDON DEADLONDON
LONDON Sept SJolm SJ ohn Gillies GUll the theCabbage tbeCabPRge theCabbage
Cabbage King I < lng is dead at Northftelds NorthfteldsProstonpans Northd8Prostonpanf NorthileldsPreztonpamt
Prostonpans He was called the cab cabbage cabbngp b bbl1g ¬
bage bl1g king because baclu he e was the thelrl largest largestgrower largestgror t tGToor
grower of cabbages cnbbag in Great Gr t Britain BritainHIT BritAinHIT BritainBIT
HIT BY STREET CAR CARWhle CARWhile AR ARVhle
While crossing Pennsylvania avenue avenuenear avenuenoor avenuenear
near Second street northwest about mid midnight midnight midnigb ¬
night H D Harris living at 236 Penn Pennsylvania Pennsylanla Pennsylvania ¬
sylvania avenue enue was struck by a street streetc dreetcAr treet treetetr
c cAr r and rendered lender d unconscious Police Policeman Po1i Policeman p pman ¬
man Mudd udd went to his rescue and sent senthim R snthim nt nthim
him to the Casualty Hospital Ho pital where his hiscondition hl hlcondlUon hiscondition
condition was i pronounced critical
I
F F ThIs WeekScholars Companion with lock lockI lockand
re ree e
I and key keywith with every pair of school shoes shoesTICKETS shoesTICKETS shoesTICKETS
TICKETS GIVEN WITH SHOES SHOESINVENTORY SHOESINVENTORY SflOESIN
INVENTORY IN YEN TO RY SALE SALETHIS S ALE ALEO
THIS WEEK WEEKGet ONLY ONLYGet O iTY VP I
t tThats
Get Out of the HovisefYOtt House HouseThats
Thats what we are saying sayingBoys sayingto
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more we are aregoin gofej to make it itour itour itour
our business to see that they theygo theygo theygo
SHOORO OUR AD go It simply means time for forcleaning forc1eaning forcleaning
cleaning house thats sill sillLarge CillLarge
Large shipments of Fall Shoes Shoesalready Shoesalready Shoesalready
already in and receiving others othersdaily othersdaily othersdaily
daily We le have room for formoney formoney formoney
money but not the remainder remainderof
of our summer stock The Thequestion Thequestion Thequestion
question with us is Shall we wesell wesen weS
S sell these oxfords and shoes shoesnow shoesnow shoesflow
now or next summer summerWE summerI summerLEA7
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trayed your confidence con1ieoce and well not start it now The more you youbuy youbuy youbuy
buy the more you save saveMens saveMens saveMens
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5 6 6 6 Grade Special at 289 500 Grade Special at 289
4 403 6 l 3 Grade Special at 239 400 Grade Special at 249
300 Grade Special Specu l at 198
250 Grade Special at 198 250 Grade Special at 169
200 Grade Special at 139 260 Grade Gr de Special at 115 115Childrens 115Childrens 115Childrens
Childrens Boys and Misses Oxfords and Shoes ShoesSpecial ShoesSpecial ShoesSpecial
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sacrifice sacrificeS300
S300 300 Grande Soecisd at S250 250
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