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SUNDAY SEPTEMBER ft 01914 01914The It ItThe toI toIThe
The District at Jamestown JimestownWashington JamestownWLlihiD JamestownWashington
Washington WLlihiD < ton business melt can Im Impress tltprfss Its ItsPr ¬
press their earnestness earne tnea in booming boomlftKthe boomingthe boomingthe
the greater city on themselves first Jlrstt llratuf firstof
t uf f all and the whole country subse subsequently aubete11lpntly aubaequently ¬
quently by espousing the project to tohave tounf tohave
have unf a creditable exhibit at lamea lamestown lameatown lameatown
town In this connection espousing espousingdoes eepowdngdops espousingdoes
does not mean nods nod of approval It Itmeans ItIDeans Itmeans
means clubbing together joining joiningforces joiningforces joiningforces
forces making Inki a common cause of ofthe ofthp ofthe
the movement movement and giving rivln time and andmoney andmoney andmoney
money This Thi kind of a copartner copartnership coparlnership copartnership ¬
ship on their part will do muchmore much muchmore muehmore
more indeed than moat of our peo people people people ¬
ple realize reaUzeto to further the growth growthof
of the Capital into a city which whichshall whlehball whichshall
shall supply its own need and em employ employ employ ¬
ploy its own youth youthIn youtnIn youthIn
In the first place Washington Washingtonneeds Washingtonneeds VashingtonDtds
needs work and giving from its peo people peopl peepie ¬
pie pl If there were no better use for forthem forthm forthem
them it would do the city good to tohave tohut tohave
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have its business bu ine a men dig a hole holeand holeamI holeand I
and fill it up again ain They MIe have been beenHO beeno beenso
HO long out of practice in colleague colleagueship eoUeacIetohip colleagueship
ship that just pulling together for forthe lortlu forthe
the exercise would profit them and andtheir andtheir Dd Ddthfir
their home town too They n need needto needto d dto
to to learn It > arn by pulling palJi g at the same samecables samecables me meabJp8
cables and hacking down the same sameobstacles INUReubMtacIftI samenbtaclel
obstacles that th their ir interests are arecommon areummon arecommon
common and nd their dependence del eJI > nee mu mutual mut mut ¬
tual t I1ftL I1ftLBut
tualBut uaiBut
But working and spending for an anexhibit anxhibit anexhibit
exhibit at Jamestown will 111 not be bedigging bedig bedigging
digging dig ing a hole and filling it up upagain upain upagain
again ain It will b be the useful oppo opposite oppoifE opposite ¬
site ifE It will be spreading the news newsof newsIf newsof
of the Capitals awakening to the thepeople theIwople theIrenple
people of the whole country eountr gener generally generally ener ener111Iy ¬
ally and the people of our nearby nearbyundeveloped nearby1IJHlfeloped nearbywtdeveloped
undeveloped markets specially AM AMCommissioner AIommisNloner Asommissioner
Commissioner Maefarlajid puts it itNothing itXothing itNothing
Nothing better in the way of ad advertising adrtising ad advertising ¬
vertising rtising could be done doneFor doneFor doneFor
For this thi enterprise practically at atour atour t tour
our own front door is attracting attractingmore attractln attractlnmore attractingmore
more attention attei oD all over the country countrythan countrythan countrythan
than we of Washington seem to torealize tor torealize
realize r aliJ It is not to rival Chicago Chicagoand Chicagoand Chicagoand
and St Louis in size but that is israther kranler israther
rather to its advantage in the t e public publicestimation publictstimatioD publicestimation
estimation than otherwise and sure surely aurey surely ¬
ly y that fact multiplies the value Iue of ofevery offfry ofevery
every advertisement whether whct er individual indi individual bad i iidual ¬
vidual municipal or state tate which whiekdisII whiehis whiehisdisplayed whichdisplayed
displayed disII ed there thereUnless therenless thereTnless
Unless nless their interest in the Capital Capitalfails Capitalfails Capitalfails
fails miraculously Washington and andits andits andits
its exhibit at Jamestown will center centerthe eenterth centerthe
the th attention of the visitor longer longerthan longerthan oft < er ertlHm
than anything else not even except excepting exeepting excepting ¬
ing the th site of the first English set settlement ett settlement ¬
tlement t 1t > 1 nt on this thl continent The TheSouth TneRouth TheSouth
South will send as many of its but business butnesl buainesa ¬
ness men to Hampton Roads as a it itsent itent itsent
sent ent to Atlanta or Charleston and andVice andytce andVice
Vice President Andrews is J right rightwhen rightwh rightwhen
wh when n he says they will be In a re receptive re receptive ret ¬
ceptive t pthe mood moodIf moodIf moodIf
If the thing is to be done as it itought itought itought
ought to be it must be done right rightup li rightup ht htup
up to the handle Washington should shouldhave ahouldImvp shouldhave
have a separate building perfect in inarchitecture fnardlitecture Inarchitecture
architecture and representative of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the city it In that structure should shouldbe shouMbe shouldhe
be such accommodations as will willdraw willlJrn1 willdraw
draw to it thousands t ouaanda of possible buy buyers buyerflclub buyeraclub ¬
ers erflclub club accommodations and crea creature creature creature ¬
ture comforts It would be well to toadopt todopt toadopt
adopt dopt the device of Minneapolis nnDeapoU and andHt and4t J Jtit
Ht 4t Paul at St Louis IAmi and display displaypaintings displaypaintin displaypaintings
paintings paintin of the city from several severalpoints JleyeraIoints severalpoints
points oints of view so that any who have havehesitated hay hayheRUated havehesitated
hesitated to include the Capital intheir in intheir hlthtir
their journey will be moved to de decide de deddE deide ¬
cide ide aright arightEither ariKhtfither arightEither
Either there or somewhere else elseshould elseshould I IIhoul
should l be exhibits hnJita of f Washington Washingtonindustries Washingtonindustries aaJthlton aaJthltonindu
industries indu itrlea What is historical about aboutthis aboutthis aboutthis
this community can be exploited exploitedelsewhere exploitedelsewhere exploitedelsewhere
elsewhere It belongs well enough enoughwith eBOtllhwith enoughwith
with the general hiatori historical al exhibits exhibitsof
of the enterprise Let us for once onceemphasize OMCempbastce onceemphasize
emphasize that side of our life lifewhich Ufewhich lifewhich
which depends solely on our own ownefforts ownfforts ownefforts
efforts effortsDoing effortsDoing < fforts ffortsDoing
Doing this tld will cost money ODey That Thatmay Thtnay Thatmay
may shock some of our people peoplebut peoplebutthe but butthe
the fact remains that if it is J done doneat dOBeat doneat
at all it will eost us precisely as any anything anything anything ¬
thing else worth doing doln < will coat e t us usA uspart usA
A part of the expense should come comefrom comefrom comefrom
from the Treasury As the several severalRtsttes severalStates I IRtdes
States have appropriated funds ftl for forthe forthe forthe
the erection erec on of their buildings Con Congress Congrtss Congress ¬
gress should shouldbe be ready to allow a asuitable IIsuitable asuitable
suitable sum2O sum umt20000 20000 i00 perhaps perha perhapsfor perhapsforthe for forthe torthe
the District of Columbia to spend spendin
in the same way The rest must mustcome 1natcome mustcome
come from froat the people themselves themselvesIt them el el1t
It ought not be less than t a000 000 It Itmight Itmight
might well be more considerably considerablymore I
more moreThe moreThe moreThe
The appropriation niaj not ot be beeasy beeasy
easy to get et But it can be J Jf got t and andt andj J
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it will be got if the readers of this thiseditorial thiseditorial thiseditorial
editorial are willing to do their part partIt partIt i iIt
It is J for them to decide if their city cityshall cItyhall cityshall
shall hall waste as golden an n opportunity opportun opportunity opportunIty ¬
ity as this thisWhere thisVhere thisVhere
Vhere the Money Goes GoesThe GoesTke GoesThe
The notice that Secretary Shaw Shawhas sna sna1s Shatyhas
has served on the fronted specu speculators speculators speculators ¬
lators and nd on national banks bIUDwrJtn as a awarning awarning
warning wrJtn against speculative exceases ex excesses eX eXcea ¬
ceases cea suggests how remarkable is isthe iathe isthe
the change in financial conditions in inthis Inthla inthis
this country in recent years Right Rightat RSgktat Rightat
at the opening of the season forl forlmoving for lormovinl formoving
moving the greatest crop ever proi proiduced pro produced produced
duced the Treasurys chief says saysI II III j jI
I am advised that many banks are areloaning anJoaniq areloantng
loaning their t fttr surplus fund throws throwsbroken throngk throngkbrokers
broken broke and others hi New York on oncall Oftcall oncall
call at high rates of interest interestThis interestIbis
This means that nowadays the themoney themoney themoney
money comes com ll ISast t to move the thestacks theatocks thestocks
stacks instead of going lob West to toinova toJIOo tohove
hove the crops ero It is a complete completereversal cOltlpleterevcrafll completereversal
reversal of traditional conditions conditionsThe eondfttonarIle conditionsThe
The West has the money to move moveIts moveJt8 moveits
Its own crops Money hi plenty and andcheap aDeleheal andcheap
cheap out there The West V eat hasnt hasntthe Iunitthe hasntthe
the Wall ran Street fever but it has hasdeveloped 11Sdeyeloped hasdeveloped
developed high temperature in intemptAtion ocfi ocfitemplation odfl odfltcmplation
temptAtion of riming farm land landprice landprices Bd BdprlC
price II It ha It has t been making money moneyfaster moneyfuter moneyfaster
faster inventing in lands than Wall WallStreet WanStreet WallStreet
Street has investing in securities securitiesIts leCllritt leCllrittIts
Its banks are stuffed atu ed with 1th money moneyand moneywhen moneyand
and when the UteeAn call rate in New York Yorkgoes YnrkrOM Yorkgoes
goes high the West reat steps ste in to tofinance toAnance tofinance
finance the hardpushed speculators speculatorsThat speculatorsTht speculatorsThat
That such lelt a thing is possible at t this thisparticular thispttrUcur thisparticular
particular season however and in ina Jna Ina
a year when h011 the demands for money moneyto moerto moneyto
to take the crops croMI to market will be bethe bethe bethe
the greatest the country has h ever everknown ey everknown r rkftown
known is i an a astounding demonstra demonstration demcnltration demonstration ¬
tion of the independence ndeft nde that t at the theWest theWeat the1Vest
West has b attained in a business businessway busi busiWAY businessway
way wayNew
New York is suspended halfway halfwaybetween halfwaybetween
between betwe n Europe and the great mid middle middle ¬
IdIe dle West Its one hand keeps in inuch inneh n nueh
uch with 1tJt the pulse of work workfinance WorkfinaBce worldfinance
finance its other maintains hold on onthe ontM onthe
the bank balances of the American Americanempire Americanempire JlMricanemJllre
empire New York reflects the com composite compoatte composite ¬
posite picture produced by th thblending tIM tIMblendi1 theblending
blending images of all U these orig originals oricIna18 origInals ¬
inals Ina18Tuat InalsJust inalsJust
Just now New York is in a high highfever hichfcver highfever
fever and it is small wonder onder Un Under Under Under ¬
der the excitation of unprecedented unprecedentedcrops unpreeedentedcroJMI unprecedentedcrops
crops of both gold and grain thewodd the theworld theworld
world is f wonderfully prosperous prosperousThey proaperouaThey prosperousThey
They cant get farm hands in Aus Australia AU8trali Austrails ¬
trails trali any more than in this country coun country eountry ¬
try Germany and Italy are trying tryingto
to do more work ork than they have havehands havehaDd havehands
hands to do all the world has h more morejobs morejobs morejobs
jobs than people tp t look after them themKamchatka themXmehatka themKamehatJca
Kamchatka needs help almost as asbadly asbadly asbadly
badly as a Kansas KansasA Kn KnA
A speculative excess at any of the theworjdeenters thewoFJdecJltera thewendcenters
worjdeenters of finance might sad sadly sadly sadly ¬
ly disarrange this cheering spectacle spectacleof taele taeleof
of a busy and nd contented planet planetTherefore planetTherefore planetTherefore
Therefore such a warning rniag as Secre Secretary Seeretary Secretary ¬
tary Shaw has aa just issued deserves deservesto
to be received in good spirit and andobeyed andobcled andobeyed
obeyed It is fortunate that the thehead thehNd thehead
head of the Treasury is I strong and andfarseeing andfarseeing d dfareelnK
farseeing enough enough to take a position positionwhich poaftiolwhlell positionwhich
which so entirely proves his II good goodjudgment roodjudpcnt goodjudgment
judgment and nd Independence I I
Business at the Phone PhoneThe PhoneThe Phonea PhoneThe a
The Business Man at the Tele Telephone Te1ephoDe Telephonen ¬ I
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it is I want to speak to Mr Smith SmithAnswer Smlt SmltAn SmithAnswerIll
AnswerIll Answer An werrll Ill see if lies in the of office offlee f ffice ¬
fice ficeLater ficeLatcrUr
Later LatcrUr Mr Smith will be here injust in injust injust
just a minute minuteCannot mlnu je jeCannot e eCaBnot
Cannot the Jobbers a and d Shippers ShippersAssociation Shippenaaociationanl ShippersAssociation
Association aaociationanl and those others who whoare whoare whoare
are in earnest to upbuild the Great Greater Greater Greater ¬
er Washington effect the reform reformsuggested reformu reformsuggested
suggested u leted by this telephone con contrast eontraat contrast ¬
trast
A SERENADE SERENADEOh
Oh moon thy silvery soCt t ray ra throw throwAnd throwAnd throwAnd
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And mingle Ita 1 to wave WtLv with wl th the moon moonbeams J1MtOftbeAMS monbenm ¬
benm beams s flow flowAnd SowAnd > w wAnd
And unto my love love bar it swift for forHeart forme
me meHart 1 1Heart
Heart llttl little heart why Wh trembles trsmtlstthou trsmtlstthouso thou thouOh
110 soOh 1 1Oh
Oh Oh lute thy aefteet t > fteet t aria ria trill trillThy trillTh7 trillThy
Thy teaderest lullaby y set free freeThe freeTIM freeThe
The warm night air with thy magic nil nilThe 1111TIM AilThe
The calm moonbeam with thy paasfonthrill passion passionthrill
thrillAnd thrill thrillAnd thrillAnd
And watt to my love a MM ki from me
Love Lov 1 little the love why wit art thou so soStill soaffil
Still
H Bedford Jons JonsLUNACY Jon JonLUNACY Josue JosueLUNACY
LUNACY EXPERTS EXPERTSThe EXPERTSTb EXPERTSThe
The Tb Ignorance of people today
On subjects in lunacy way
Is strange very strange wen when wh we think
How elose we all stand to the brink brinkPis brinkTis brink19s
Pis a hairsplitting subject at best t
This Tht making a lunacy Junac teat teatThis tt testTbia
This finding And In g exactly the Hue HueThis JlDe lineThis
This Thl getting the science down snnAnd fine fineAnd All AllAJMI
And often the one whos expert expertAwake
Awake 1c lees one OH the sulgeet aJ alert alertIs atrt rt rts
Is s fanning a little that way Wa7 Wa7As nay nayAs
11 As rogue ctehe r rogue gue In U1LPJa the y
John John Whit
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ISAW SA SHAM FIGHT FIGHTAT FIGHTGRETNA
AT IT MT MTGeneral iflT GRETNA GRETNAGeneral GRETNAGeneral nniPTriii i
General Oliver and Captain CaptainHutcheson CaptainHutcheson CaptainHutcheson
Hutcheson Pleased With WithShowing WithShowing WithShowing
Showing ShowingAssistant ShowingAstant ShowingAssistant
Assistant Secretary of UM War Oliver Oliverand Oliveranct Oliverand
and Captain aNte Hutcheson Uutc Ilutohe fin of the thegeneral theaeneral thegeneral
general stair taJT taI saw Q Gen n Fred D Grant Grantm Grant1ft Grant1n
m 1ft command mn4 of the army maneuver maRIV at atMt atI atMt
I Mt Mt Oretna GntAa work out a moat JftO t intermt intermting lntertttltand Interestlug
lug < and Important problem Friday Fridaywhich lrkla7wblch Fridaywhich
which resulted ulte4 in tine of the liveliest liveliestsham UyeUNt8ham ltvellestsham
sham battle batU that have taken place at atthe attile atthe
the camp during the th six weeks the sol soldiers sold soidkrs ¬
diers d 1II have been assembled bled there thereLata thereLata thereLato
Lata Thursday night the regular troops tIoOpotand troopsand troopsand
and the Second regiment of the New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York national guard bivouacked and andprepared andprepared andprepared
prepared for battle Next morning according ac according MCordm ¬
cording ordm to the tb reports that have reach reached reached reached ¬
ed Washington Wubln ton a long Ior wagon train un under under umder ¬
der eescort of half the troops pM started startedout startedout t1Utedout
out at daylight from Mt Gretca to Law Lawand Lawand Lawand
and was attacked by the other half halfTb halfThe halfThe
Tb The movement moven nt was made compact for forthe tortbe forthe
the beneflt of the War Department offi offld officials offtclal ¬
clal d cials als who watched the entire proceed proceeding proeeedI proceedlag ¬
lag I with great t Interest Officials of tb tbWar the tbeWr theWar
War Department commenting on the theexercises theeure theexercises
exercises eure agreed that it was an im important Important Important ¬
portant and nd valuable illustration IUwttrat of the thework Usework thework
work of the soldiers 01 in such a oo ooUngetcy ooa ooaUngeey COIItJapc
Ungeey tJapc y The most valuable points It Itis Itjj itle
is understood were brought br UCh t out in the themanner tIMmati themanner
manner mati in which the troops on the themarch themarcb themarch
march protected the wagon on train trainParsenai tn trainPersonal bs bsPrnel
Personal Gossip GossipCant GoegpClpt GossipCapt
Capt Cant Noble II Creager quartermas quartermaster quarter ¬
ter in charge eha of construction work at atFort atFort atFort
Fort Walla Walla Wash is soon to be beretired beroUnd beretired
retired from f active service His H I work workwfll workwill workwill
will be taken over temporarily by the thedepot tJMttepot thedepot
depot quartermaster at that post postThe poIItThe poetThe
The resignation tIoa by b First Lieut Rich Richard JUcant meltaM ¬
ant H fIe Poillon Jr of his commission commissionin
in the Porto Rico provisional regiment regimentof relmsntof t tof
of infantry has been accepted by the thePresident tbePrntdent thePresident
President and became effective e Friday FridayBrig FridayBrie FridayBrig
Brig Gen Robert M OReilly has baabeen hasbeea hasbeen
been reappointed by b the th President PretddentWI assurgeon as assurgeon
surgeon OI1 general of the army General GeneralOReilly GenclralOReilly GeneralOReilly
OReilly finished a fouryear term trmterctay yea yeaterday yesterday
terday and Dd his reappmntment ppoIatment will give givehim glvehim v vblm
him opportunity lty to be retired in of office officeearly oftIeearty ice iceearly
early In u U01Colonel uColonel 1M 1MColonel
Colonel Chamberlain of the lb inspector inspectorgenerals IDIJIeCtorpneral Inspectorgenerals
generals office in this dry la return returntag retumIDe returning
tag to Washington after having inves investigated InY InYUpted Investigated ¬
tigated charges of conduct unbecoming unbecomingan U beooIDin beooIDinan
an officer of the Government at Seattle SeattleThe SealtleTb SeattleThe
The Tb charges eb were brought l t by John E KBallaine EEaUalne EEallatne
Ballaine agaMst a garnet Lieutenant Colonel ColonelGlascford ColonetGallford ColonelOlaaaford
Glascford of th the Signal Corps stationed stationedat Uoned Uonedst
st that point Ballaine U correspondent correspondentof
of a newspaper at Seward Alaska Jka and
Attorney Arthur Peter who spent hU hUvacation baacatlon hisvacation
vacation in Maine baa ha returned to toWashington toWhlnctoo toWashington
Washington Mr Peter left the Pln PlnTree PbII Pine PineTree
Tree State in time tI to attend at tend the Bryan Bryanreception Bryanreception
reception in Madison Square Garden GardenaM odeaaM Gardenamt
aM then remained In New York to see seethe 11Mthe seethe
the naval nl review before Mfo returning to this thiscity t tclt thiscity
city cltI I IAl
cityAl i
Al G Buhrman one of the assistantclerks assistant assistantclerks tant tantI
clerks of 1 the Supreme Court of the Dis District DWt Dl Dltriot ¬
trict t is off on isc vacation loe He n will wIUI spend spendthe spendthe
the greater part of his time at his hiscountry bl bleouatr hisgauntry
country home to Maryland and will willmake wDlMake willmake
make a short trip to visit relatives In InVirginia InYlqbala inVirginia
Virginia VirginiaAttorney Ylqbalattomey VirginiaAttorney
Attorney ttomey Harry G Klmbalt ha Iwo been beenso beenao beenso
so busy alt summer be has not had hadtime hadu hadtime
time for pleasure pledu He made several severalbrief aeveralbriet severalbrief
brief trips tn however to the Shenandoah ShenandoahValley SbenaIlCloahYMy ShenandoahValley
Valley where his family is Jau spending spendingth spendingthe
th u summer summerFred summerFred r rrrecl
Fred C OConnell clerk of Circuit CircuitCourt CIrcuitCourt CircuitCourt
Court No X Is taking a months montb leave leaveHe MaViln leaveEs
He n win make Jr Atlantic Atla tIc City his head headquarters 1l4quariflnl headquarters ¬
quarters during his vacation vaeatlOn and will willmake winlie willmake
make lie excursions to other er pleasure re resorts r rIIOriL rssorts ¬
sorts sortsAttorney IIOriLttorney sortsAttorney
Attorney P H Marshall who has hasbeen h hbeen hasbeen
been spending ate vacation Uoft at Rehoboth
MRS S I ASTOR ASTO R FEEBLE FEEBLENEWPORT FEEB FEEBLEARIYE8 LE LEARRIVES
ARRIVES AT NEWPORT NEWPORTNEWPORT NEPOTNEWPORT
NEWPORT NEWPORT R I Sept 8Mrs Mrs Astor Astorarrived Aatoramved Astorarrived
arrived in n Newport this evening from fromBoston fromBo8ton fromBoston
Boston It was fully tull five ft minutes mlnut before be before be betore ¬
fore she alighted and was assisted ted to toher toher toher
her coach and driven to her villa villaBeechwood CiliaBeehwood 1n 1nBeecbwood
Beechwood There seems no mistaking ml mistaldngthe taktng taktngthe
the fact that Mrs X Astor is extremely extremelyfeeble extremelyfeeble i iTHOUGHT
feebleMAN feeble feebleMAN
MAN THOUGHT DEAD DEADIS1 DEADIS DEADIS
IS NOW RECOVEREDDaI RECOVERED RECOVEREDDaniel
Daniel eI Forsythe of 1914 Delaware ave avenue avenue avenue ¬
nue southwest who tumbled over into intothe Intothe Intothe
the Potomac river was rescued re almost almostlifeless almoatllfe almostlifeless
lifeless llfe aDd sent to the Emergency EmergencyHospital XmergeyHoepital EmergencyHospital
Hospital Thursday TIIulllda afternoon will 111 be beable beable beable
able to leave the hospital today in theopinion the theopinion theopInlon
opinion of the physicians physiciansForsythes phyatclanl1orwythe physiciansFbrsythes
Forsythes recovery so quickly is i re regarded repntecl regarded ¬
garded as remarkable At first rt he was wasbelieved wubelieved wasbelieved
believed to be dead and was wa placed In n a awagon IIW awagon
wagon W OR and started to the morgue Forfourteen For Forfourteen Forfourteen
fourteen hours hou he was w unconscious uncon clous butytasteMay but butyesterday butyater
yesterday yater ay he improved rapidly rapidlyEUROPES rapidlyEUROPES rapidlyEUROPES
EUROPES SICK MAN MANCONSULTS MANCONSULTS MANCONSULTS
CONSULTS DOCTORSCONSTANTINOPLE DOCTORS DOCTORSCONSTANTINOPLE DOCTORSC01
CONSTANTINOPLE C01 < STANTINOPLE Sept S SDurlng SDurlnghis During Duringhis
his recent illness JIln the Sultan relaxed his hishatred hishatred hishatred
hatred of physicians and allowed them themto themto themto
to be admitted to his royal presence presenceUsually pre presenceUsually en C CUual1y
Usually the Sultan gets ta his medical ad advice adYke advice ¬
vice from some servant who has In Informed Informed informed ¬
formed a physician vb U of o his masterssymptoms masters masterssymptom masterssmptOIM
symptom
f
he 11 > claims that Colonel Gtassford held heldup heldup
up dispatches dlpatcb that ho had filed fttedLleut AlgidLieut 1teJ4I11 1teJ4I11up j jLieut
Lieut Cols Robert Bo K Evans of the theFifth theFirth theFifth
Fifth Infantry and William P Evans Evansof Evanaof Evansof
of the Eleventh Infantry with Major MajorEdwin KajarEdwm MajorEdwin
Edwin F Glenn of the Fifth infantry infantryhave Int Intuw Infantryhave
have uw been appointed as a board of o offl offlce1ll offices 0 0cers
cers to meet at Columbus Co1um barracks acJuI Sep September September ¬ i it
tember t 38 to take up the subject su jeet of re recruit 1 1erult r rcrult ¬
cruit depot administration administrationCapt adbd8uaUonCapt admtndstrationCapt
Capt Robert E L L Michle secretary secretaryof
of the General Staff has h been sent sentaa t tie tiean I IAll
aa observer ob at the camps of instruction instructionat
at t Chlokamauga and Fort Rttoy Hehas He Heihas Hehu
has already aIr gone X D to the Georgia poet postafter poetafter poetafter
after which he will proceed to the tlMne ma maneuvers ma maneuver ¬
neuvers ne vetll At Fort Riley BJteyLieut RileyLieut RileyLient
Lieut CoU Col Henry E E Robtoon miiltary mili military JDUitar ¬
tary secretary MaJ Charles Claarl Richard Richardsurgeon RtehardeUrlOOD Richardsurgeon
surgeon and Capt Frederick Jre frederick M Hart Hartsock HartIIOCk Hartsock
sock assistant surgeon ur eo have been 1NIeaJOlnted ap appointed appointed ¬
pointed to the army retiring lrt board at atGovernors atGovernors atGovernors
Governors Island to succeed Col JohnB John JohnB JohItD
B Kerr Twelfth Cavalry Lieut Ce CeWilliam Col ColWilliam Col CollIIlam
William lIIlam B Davis deputy surgeon gen general xenrat genera ¬
eral era rat and MaJ William II Arthur sum surgeon 8Qtxeon sumaeon ¬
geon who have been relieved e of duty dutyCol 4ut7Col dutyCol
Col John B Groom of the Ordnance OrdnanceDepartment Ordnaao OrdnaaoDepartment Ofd
Department wilt go the first of the theweek 0 0WMk thewek I
week to Forts Hbat and Wt1 W > aiiftoa on onthe oathe onthe
the Potomac for an Inspection of ordj ordjBrig onl onlnanee ordnance
nanee naneeBrie nanceBrig
Brig Gen Charles Cha F Humphrey lIpb quartermaster quar quartermaster qlNLrtermuter ¬
termaster general wbo has been in San SanFrancisco SanFrancisco I I1ranelaeo
Francisco the past two weeks outlining outliningconstruction ovWAineonatruetIoa outliningconstruction <
construction of buHdJnjs bulld s to supplant aupplaattbo supplantthose auppUatthose
those destroyed in th the fire has huto gone goatto goneto
to Fort Rosecraas Cal and will latergo later latergo
go to WhiPPle Barracks Arts rI for aa aamsooetioa auiupeetJoa anlnspectba
msooetioa of the buildings at those thoseposts thOHJOIJ thoseposts
posts postsCol JOIJ postsCo
JOIJCol
Col Co E J H Crowder who was actiag aepagJudge actiagJudge ae aeJucIae
Judge advocate t general goiters ral daring the abseace ab abseaee at atsen8
seaee of General Davis Da while wldle m attendann attend attendance attMdaae ¬
ann upon the Red Cross convention OOD Uoa atGeneva at atGeneva aLGeHft
Geneva hat gone to New York city to tobecome toHco tobecome
become Hco chief of sta staff of the th Atlantic dl dlvlsioo dtvlMon dlvision
vision vlMonAr
Army Ar O Oem csrs Ktgiotftred KtgiotftredOf R Ietr IetrOf
Of the army offlcera ta the city dar daring d dIne damIng ¬
ing the week the following registered at atthe attb atthe
the tb War DepartmentMajor Department DepartmentMajor DepartDLajor
Major F Philip iUIp G Wales WaI metncal de department eM eMpartllMAt d dpartmeat ¬
partment Kbbttt House on oaCapt leaveCapt leave leaveCapt
Capt O E B Stanton paymaster Bal Raleigh Baletch Aae4gh ¬
etch Hotel HotelCapt Hot HotCapt HotelCapt
Capt J C Oakes Oak Engineer Corps CorpsArmy Cor1MArm CorpsArmy
Army Arm and Navy Nav Club leave leanMajor leaveMajor I IMaJor
Major H lIe H Ludlow Artillery Jt Corps CorpsU01 Cor1M
U01 K street northwest northwestMajor norUlwtMajor northwestMJor
Major F S Strong Artillery Corps Corpsleave eorsIve Codeslave
leave from Fort Monroe MonroeMajor Moeroeajor MonroeMajor
Major Thomas Thorpe retired Eb KbMtt Ebbitt Ebbitt
bitt House attending U funeral of Colonel OotonetPettlt CoIOMIPetUt ColonelPettit
Pettlt PettltCol PetUtCo PettitCol
Col O E Wood Artillery Corps UM UMEast nilEat 11MEast
East Capitol street awaiting < retire retiremeat retlrement redlremeat
meat meatCapt mentCapt meatCapt
Capt J C Gilmore Jr Artillery ArttlleryCorps ArtWeryColptI ArtilleryCorps
Corps the Portland oa leave leaveFirst S SJltrst leaveFirst
First Lieut C A Ragaa medical de department de dep1tIMnt d dpartment ¬
partment Dewey Dewe Hotel on leave leaveCapt JMveCapt leaveCapt
Capt I L 1 S Miller Artillery ArtWe Corps
2110 R street northwest
Court ana aWers
Beach has ha returned to Washington Washingtonlooking Whln Washingtonlooking n nlookln
lookln looking < much better after his outingAttorney outing outingAttorney ouUn ouUnAttomey
Attorney Alexander Wolf of the lawArm law lawfirm Jawarlit
firm of Wolf A Roseaberg after spend spending apeDdJne spendlag ¬
lag a month oath at Atlantic City and As Asbury A Abury Asbury
bury Park Park baa returned to WashingtonAttorney Washington WashingtonAttorney W Oft OftAttorney
Attorney Henry E Eo Davis who went weotto wentto wentto
to Minneapolis to attend t the annualmeeting aaaual aaaualmeeting amauatmeeUn
meeting meeUn of the American Amerl an Bar Associa Association uoelaUoa Asaociaties ¬
ties returned to Washington yesterdayAttorney yesterday yesterdayAttorney yeatenlQAttorney
Attorney John E Glttiags has nottaken not nottaken nottak
taken tak say extended vacation this year yearHe YMrH yearHe
He H has contented himself with making makingweekly maJdacweek17 makingweekly
weekly trips trip to Warreaton Va whetshis where wherehia we wehis
his family tamll is spending the summer summerDistrict wlDIDerDbitrlct summerDistrict
District Attorney D W Baker is off offfor otftor offfor
for a months montb trip In tbe Great Lakes Lakesregion Lak LakI Lakesregion
I region Before returning to Washington Washingtonhe
i he will spend some time In Cleveland ClevelandOhio CltjvelandOhio CltSYelaadi
i OhioAssistant Ohio OhioAssistant
ObtoAaabtaat
Assistant District Attorney Atto Charles H HTurner HTumer HTurner
Turner who spent his vacation on his hisfathers hIafathers hisfathers
fathers farm in New Hampshire bke Isback Is Isback IIIback
back at work At present t he is i doing doingduty dolaKduty doingduty
duty la the Police Court CourtAsslsUat CourtA CourtAssistant
Assistant District Attorney James JIIIeaProctor MProctor M MProctor
Proctor left Washington a few day dayago cia ciaaao daFails
ago for Niagara Niagarawill Falls From there ba bawill he11t
will 11t KO to Cleveland Ohio for a week weekTor wwkHktor
Hktor Tor returning to this city elt
BAilEY BAILEYTO TO GIVE VIEWS VIEWSON VI YIE YIEOM EWS EWSON
ON FEDERAL CONTROL CONTROLSenator UNTROLSenator
Senator Bailey of Texas may give Ive out outa outa outa
a statement tomorrow setting forth his hisviews bl blviews hisviews
views on tho issue ue of Government owner ownership ownNIIblp ownership ¬
ship o of the railroads as raised by Col Colonel Colonel Co Coend ¬
onel Bryan In his Madison Square Gar Oarden Gard Garden
den d ft speech speechSenator JltHChSenator speechSenator
Senator Bailey Is la Washington with withMrs withYra withMrs
Mrs Bailey Dan to make its for forplacing forplaGtnr forplacing
placing their children c iidren in school He H will wan1M wallbe I Ibe
be here for several eral days cia to look after aftersome attersome aftersome
some personal matters mattersTWO matteillTWO mattersTWO
TWO POLICEMEN TRIED TRIEDFOR TRIEDFOR TRIEDFOR
FOR FIGHTING IN STATION STATIONThe
The Police Trial Board has b completed completedits
its hearing in the case of G V John Johnson Johnn Johnson ¬
son n and C A Strobel both of the Sev Seventh Sftventh 2eventh ¬
enth precinct who were wer charged ehar with withfighting withghttn withfighting
fighting ghttn in the stationhouse The find findings Sadlags ¬
Inn of the board will m be submitted submltt to toMajor toMajor toMajor
Major Sylvester who will nI make his hisrecommendations hi hireconmendatlon hlsrecommendationns
recommendations to the Commissioners Commissionersfor
for final disposition dispositionQUEEN dJapos dispositionQUEEN Uon UonQUEEN
QUEEN ALEXANDRA ALEXANDRAAPPROVES ALEXANDRAAPPROVES ALEXANDRAAPPROVES
APPROVES POODLE POODLELONDON POODLELONDON POODLELONDON
LONDON Sept SThe poodle is the thefashionable th thfuhlonab1e thefashionable
fashionable dog dogQueen do doQue dogQueen
Queen Que Alexandra has set her seal upon uponhift upcfthils uponhl
hift hl breed and Society with a capital S Sbas So Sobas Shas
bas hastened to follow her h f example exampleHitherto exampleHlthwto exampleHitherto
Hitherto the Queen has ha favored Jap Japanese JapAn Japanese ¬
anese An spaniels panl l and three dogs of this thisclass thl8el thisclass
class el accompanied acco her to Norway No but buthor buthor buther
hor chief new favorite Is a DUnK white whitepoodle whiteDoodle whitepoodle
poodle a perfect specimen of its kind
I
GUN CONTRACTS CONTRACTSSOON CONTRACTSSOON
SOON TO BE LET LETPrice LETNeeded
Price of Ordnance Needed NeededSaid Neededi
i Said to Be About
1000000 11000000Forging 1000000JforPn 1000000Forgings
Forging sad completed guns gun amount amounti amounthag
i hag to HM9W lCIQ 1ft m contract co tract price arerequired are now nowrequired aowrequired
required by the Navy Department Departmentthe and andthe andth
the th Bureau of OiOnance Ot is preparing prspsrbugreceive pr to toreceive torecelv
receive olds for the work w The contract contractwhich eaatractwhich contractwhich
which win probably probblye be let within withinweek a aweek aweek
week week will be one of the largest In some sometime metime som somtime e
time timeSome timeSome
timeSoIDe
Some comment t has been created inasmuch in inasmuch Inuch ¬
asmuch uch as It Is unusual for the Navy NavyDepartment NavTlepartmeat Nav Navlepartment r
Department to invite vt bids for tortnhlhed tortnhlhedeanaOl1 tinlsh tinlshcannon nnished nnishedcannon
ca cannon nno n nsires The department c however de desires de detrea ¬
sires to ascertain what prices It would wouldbe wouldI wou woube ld
I be obliged to pay for naval vaI guns of the thevarious thovarious tin tinvarious
various caliber from the 7Inch up t tthe to tothe tothe
the 12Inch pieces It I is thought likely likelythat Ukelythat likes likesthat y
that the department will contract for th thcompleted the thecompleted thecompleted e
completed guns pn Instead of for the forslags forg forgIngs tor torIn
lags In of nickel st steel steelI steelThere el elThere
There has been more or less talk con concerning eoncemlnc ¬
I corning tb the great t cost of Anish finishing pn gunat guns gunsat pnat I
at the Naval Gun Foundry at the Wash Washington WhqLoD WashIngton ¬
ington Xavy Yard Yrd and It Is anticipated anticipatedby antidpa antidpaby atletpte4by
by some of the officials that the bids bidsu to tooe toDe
oe u received this th week will throw some somelight someIltrbt son sonlight e
light on the matter At any rate the theoutcome theoueonN tinoutcome e
outcome will be watched with InterestOn interest interestOn 1Dterat0Ia
On last Tuesday morning the theporttcm theportion greater greaterportion
portion of the employee eo who wbohad had been beenon beenon bee beeon I
on leave returned to their desks to tosums re resume re retheir ¬
sums their duties for another yearquests year The Therequests bereq
requests req quests questscomparatively for leave after this period are arecomparatively areeomparaUvely
comparatively small 1 enabling the thepartnlelt thepartmnt de department ¬
partment to handle hand more readily readilywork the thework OMwork
work of o preparing annual reportsestimates reports NPOr and andestimates an4Ndmatea
estimates which are two big Hem ItcnIIIhaJI4hd beauhandled Hemhandled
handled at this time each year yearT T TT yearT
T W Morrison of the Secretarys offlee of office offtce ¬
flee has tendered his resignation tIoe to totake totake U Utake I
take effect October 1 1 wnea w wheat be will willcept ac accept Be Beeept ¬
cept a position under the city govern government aownament governmost ¬
ment of Philadelphia Pb a elphIa whore he hehis made madehis IIIa4ebls
his home prior to his b appointment appIIa t in faNavy life lifeNavy 11M 11MaVT I
Navy aVT Department DepartmentSecretary Departt8eereta DepartmentSecretary
Secretary 8eereta Bonaparte retort returned to t tdepartment the thedepartment the4eprt I
department on Thursday TburacJa after an ab abaeac a aeemce b btence > r
tence aeac of two weeks H He wfll viWLb 1U 1Uthe consider considerthe
the Lb matter of promotion for several em employes empIo employs ¬
ploys pIo which has been pending during duringhis dUrtD dUrtDhIa s shis
his aboenceAlts absence absenceAfter MfteeAtt
After Att a service of but a few men menBobert months monthsRobert u ultobart
Robert F Cummlngs Cuaunl has bent promoted promotedfrom promot promotfrom ed edfrom edip
from a messenger boy to a aat clerkship clerkshipat ip
at 1MB N per perC annum anaamC annumC
C W Donnalty took passage for Jow lower lowerriver Iowariver r rriver
river resorts Saturday SaUlIda evening for torw forwewa a aweeks
weeks kue vacation When test heard hesrdhe from fromhe trombe
he was pacing the board walk at Colon Colonial Colonlal ¬
ial Beach BeachFrank BeechPunk h hJInmJt
Frank H If Stlckney disbursing clerk of ofthe ofthe o othe f
the department resumed his duties dutiespence dutlellTueedaT duti dutiTuesday gig gigab
Tuesday morning after a JDOath months monthsmace ab abIIftICe ab abhis
pence on leave Mr SttetoMy said saidvacation his hisvacation hisvaeatloa
vacation benefited him very K such I cb and andhis aadIda andhis
his appearance was w eenvtnctuJ convinchi of this thisact thlaaet thisfact
fact act i iCharles
aetCharIM
Charles Holly HoU returned to the department depart department nment ¬
ment Thursday after a months tlaa trip tripabroad tripabroad tripabroad I
abroad abroadJoseph abroadJoeph abroadJoseph
Joseph T Daly protnuMttt ot In localrowing local localrowing Joealrowtnc
rowing circles and acI who made himself himselfso II biemtsifso
so conspicuous through his h good work workin workto
in the regatta on Labor Day k employ employed ¬
ed m In the Bureau of Ordnance
Naval Officers is Town TownNaval T TWBNayal WB WBNaval
Naval orooers In town during the theweek tbeweek theweek
week registered at the Bureau of Navi Navigation HavlptJea Navigation ¬
gation as follows followsC
C Fry assistant tant surgeon aar waiting or orders ordenI orders ¬
ders passtas through throughLieut throapLleut throughLieut
Lieut C Goodrich waiting orders ordersRaleigh ordersRaleI ordersRaleigh
Raleigh Hotel HotelLieut Hot HotLleut HotelC
C Lieut COM George R Maxwell Xaxw Naval NavalAcademy NavalAcademy NavalAcademy
Academy leave 1veLleut leaveLent leaveLieut
Lent K B Tenser P Dewey Hotel Hotelleave Hotellea Hotelleave
leaveLout leave leaveLieut lea
leaLleut
Lout Com W J Maxwell Kaxw watttncord weltingorders waiting waitingorders
orders ord 17M I street northwest northwestCom north northCom northwestCon
Com H O Dunn DulIn commander Yankee Yan Yankee Yankee ¬
kee Army and Navy Na dub dubCat ClDhCapt ClubCapt
Cat Capt C Thomas Fourth Lighthouse Lighthousedistrict LagthouMdlMrlet Lighthousedistrict
district Raleigh Hotel HotelCom Hoteleolll HotelCorn
Com J B Boyer co commanding Co Columbia CoIWllbla Columbia ¬
lumbia the Mendota MendotaCom XendotaCom MendotaCorn
Com J R R Edwards Portsmouth Portsmouthnavy PortaMeuthnavy Portsmouthnavy
navy yard th the Benedick orders ordersLieut orderUeul ordersLieut
Lieut Com W A A Gill waiting order or orders ordws ¬
ders Raleigh RaleighRear RaletpRear RaleighRear
Rear Admiral J B Coghlaa com commandant eommandant commandant ¬
mandant New York navy yard Sbbttt SbbtttHouse BbblttHoU EbblttHouse
House 8 waiting orders ordersRear ordersRear ordersRear
Rear Admiral J M Hemphtll lSl lSlBlltmore IfTS IfTSBHtmore 1mBiltmore
BHtmore street duty
General Gossip GossipWhen GNllpPJIea GossipWhen
When PJIea the new armored cruiser NorthCarolina North NorthCarolina NorthCarolIna
Carolina slips down the ways into thesalt thesaltwater tlMItwater thesaatwater
water at Newport ewport News Vs V October OetolMrIt t tIt 1it
It will will be christened by Miss Glenn Glenndaughter Gleandautthter Glenndaughter
daughter of Governor Glenn of the theState theState theState
State in honor of which bleh the vessel was wasnamed wunamed wasnamed
named A number of o letters from fromprominent fromprominent frontprominent
prominent North Carolina Croll people have havefound havefound havefound
found their way into the office od ice of Secre Secretary Secretary Secretary ¬
tary Bonaparte asking that the gov governors governors governors ¬
ernors daughter be given tbe honor of ofbreaking otbreaking ofbreaking
breaking the bottle of champagne overthe over overthe overthe
the ships hlp bow and saying I christen christentbee ehtitltentbee christenthee
tbee North Carolina It is expected expectedthat expectedtbat expectedthat
that a large number of people from theold the theold theold
old Tar Heel State will 111 be present presentHalf preentJlalt presentjlalf
Half Jlalt fare over the railroads for blue bluejackets bluej8ck bluejackets ¬
jackets j8ck Is J desired by officials of the theNavy theNavy theNavy
Navy Department and Secretary Bona Bonaparte Bonaparte Bonaparte ¬
parte may endeavor to secure favorableaction favorable favorableaction favorableetlon
action this fall which wot worm Id have ha to tocome toOme tocome
come in the nature of an amendment to tothe tothe tothe
the railroad rate law granting < railroads railroadsthe railroadthe railroadsthe
the privilege of making such rates ratesNavy ratesNavy ratesNavy
Navy officials say that the payment J yment offull of offull oftun
full fare far deprives many sailors sano living livingInland livingInland livinginland
Inland from making makl visits home when whendesired wbendealred whendesired
desired They point out that sailors 10111 in inthe Inthe inthe
the British navy are granted reduced reducedrates reducedrtM reducedrates
rates on railroad and ship hlp lines II in GreatBritain Great GreatBritain GreatBritain
Britain and the colonies and this thiscourtesy th theourtMY thiscourtesy
courtesy also o Is extended to American Americanbluejackets AleanI Americanbluejackets
I bluejackets when traveling in British Britishterritory Bdukterrttoo Britishterritory
territory territorySecretary terrttooSecreta territorySecretary
Secretary Secreta Bonaparte enjoyed a lunch luncheon mllCheon luncheon ¬
eon Friday with 1th alleged tainted breadfor bread breadfor d dfor
for a a background A baker at Portsmouth Ports Portsmouth Portllmouth ¬
mouth Mass who Caned to secure thecontract the thecontract theaontr
contract aontr ct for supplying the statf of life tothe to tothe tothe
the navy yard there sent a loaf t of the thebread thebread thebread
bread that is s being used to Secretary Secretaryut
ut
Bonaparte asking him to investigate investigatethe lD Ifeati Ste Stethe te tetbe
the poor quality of broad being used usedThe ueLTbe usedThe
The Secretary as usual had a light lightlunch UJIbtJunch lightlunch
lunch served rveel in his ofllce and ho beeland de declared d ddared ¬
eland that he discovered no taints ta tathe Iathe Isthe
the bread If Its good OCNI enough for toreeretary the theSecretary theSecretary
Secretary of the Navy it is probably probablygood irollablJooct robablrgood
good ooct enough for the sailors son othermen other otIMrmoo othermoo
moo moo remarked an ofltdal of the theBureau tileDureaa theBureau
Bureau of Supplies sad Dd Accounts AeeOaftts1dOllt and andI aadI
I 1dOllt dont think the contract win be beceJe4 nanL nanThe can canceled ¬
celed celedThe L
ceJe4okt
The old cruiser Raleigh which has hasbeen baa11Mea hasbeep
been stationed tad out on theUoa the Attatie sta station atatiott ¬
11Mea tion for some time tI seems to be pick picking Jlekin pieking ¬
in ing up considerably In her declining decliningyears dellnintgytbnr 4 4y
years y After having haYla been brought out outafter oatatter outafter
after repairs re recently the cruiser end made madea
a atrial trial sailing wilD out of Tokyo Bay > reach reaching reachInc ¬
Inc 265 5 knots It was a full power run runfor runfor
for six hours and for more than an anhour anhour anhour
hour the register showed the 255 rate rateThe rateThe
The ave average speed for fOr the six x hours hourswas hoursw
was w a fraction above abO twenty knots Four Fourhours Fourhours Fourhours
hours the vessel ve 1 ran under natural draftand draft draftaad dlllttand
and two under forced draft The Jh Jhwu sea seawas
was rough ro ami a stiff tiff I breece was upbut up upbet up1MIt
bet even In n the face of adverse aah condi nsedfbans conditions eoodltIoatI ¬
bans the Raleigh Ba proved herself f to be beperhaps Mperha
perhaps perha the fastest heavy ship In the thenavy thena the1Met7
navy navyThe na
nabe
The new submarine torpedo boat Cut Cuttlensh CUttldIIb
tlensh which was launched at the yard yardof yardof rindof
of the Fore r River Shipbuilding Com Company CotIIpaay Cedatpanr ¬
pany was christened by Miss Mar Eleanor BIeaJIorJow EleanorGow
Gow daughter d upter of Com John J J L JJ low Gowattached lowI Goesattached
attached to the shipbuilding works at atQMtacy atQfliney t tQutacy
QMtacy The Cuttleash Is oe dswned ceed tobe to tobe tobe
be the fastest and most formidable forM forMor etwT en J Jof
of its Mad
Persoaal Jfotw JfotwLieut PfotuLleul MptsaLieut
Lieut Com T P Magroder Mac aid aidto aidto aidto
to Rear Admiral James H IL ILInt Sands super superintendent ¬
intendent Int nt of o the Naval Academy Aeadetn will be betransferred
transferred to the Bureau Bu1 of Naviga Navlgathen Navigation N ¬
then September ptenabel 17 1 and his present prtIIpent as assignment salignment ¬
alignment gnment will be filled by Lleut LieutCom LleutCom
Com L L M Nullon who has been beenattached beeaattacbed beenattached
attached to the department Jltent o of ordnance ordnanceaad 0Idut1I ordnanceand
and gunnery at t the Academy for tortI some sometime salelima
time timeCoxswain tI limaCoxswain
tICo
Coxswain Co wa1n A A A Eckel of the cruiserCleveland cruiser cruiserCleveland IeIcae
cae Cleveland has been sent nt a letter of com commendation COIIImeaclatloa cornmesdatioa ¬
mendation by Assistant Secretary of theNary the theNavy theI
Navy Na Newberry for his gallant act ct at atBar atBar
Bar Harbor Me recently when he res rescued reaeaed rrscored ¬
cued from fro drowning drownl a man sad child childwho eblJdwho
who had been taaaedinto tossed into the bay by bythe byI bytbe
t the capsizing q of e a canoe noaBetel Eckel being beingattracted betacattracted beingattracted
attracted by the mans JIIaft cries en for help helpplunged helpplunged
plunged instantly mta t1 into the water while whileethers whileI whileothers
ethers looked on and made no attempt attemptat
at rescue After much dUBculty the thecoxswain theeouwaJa thecoxswain
coxswain brought t both tal safely to a tend tending JaadCapt landCapt ¬
ing
Capt S C Lesaley retired has beendetailed been beendetailed beeftdeta
detailed for courtmartial duty at the theNorfolk tileNorfolk
Norfolk Navy Na Yard YardCom Yanieo
Com eo W P White has been detached de detached de detached ¬
tached from the naval training station stationat
at Newport and will report for duty atthe at atthe atthe
the Bureau of Navigation tomorrow tomorrowHOCJCVTLLJG txowVIRGINIA
VIRGINIA GIRLS GIRLSGIVEN
GIVEN A DANCE DANCEJtOCJCVJLLE DANCEBOCRYILLE
HOCJCVTLLJG W M U Sept 8 IKI IKIBelen t Miss MissHelen MiesHelen
Helen Talbott daughter of H H M Tal Talboit TalI Talboth
boit both was the hostess ho teu last evening at atdeup a adelightful adelightful
delightful deup tul dance in the opera house It Itwas ItIn Itwas
was given in n honor of Misses Carter CarterWarren CarterWarren CarterWarren
Warren and Margaret Moore of Vir Virginia VlrJIfbrla Virginia ¬
ginia who are visiting vllliUa < in Rockville Rockvillead RockYIlleaad Rockvilleand
and ad was attended by about fifty guestsThe guests guestsThe petltaThe
The hall was w tastefully decorated Mrs MrsWilliam Jill Jillwm MrsWilliam
William wm Dorsey Mrs Beverly Reftrd Stewart Stewartand StewartAd Stewartand
and Mrs Thomas Tbo M Talbott were we the thechaperons thecbaperoDL thechaperons
chaperons A Washington toa orchestra orchestrafurnished orcbeMratuntlahed orchestrafurnished
furnished the music WIle and upon the con conelusion c0n c0nclusion conclusion
clusion of the th dancing refreshments refreshmentswere retreahlllentawere refreshmentswere
were served servedAmong IlerYedAmoll servedAmong
Among < the guests were Misses MissesGrace wJaeeaGrace MissesGrace
Grace Munro Margaret and Priscilla PrlaeU1aDaweo PriscillaDawson PriscillaDawson
Dawson Irene and Minnie Yearley Bee Bessie BeeIde Beesic ¬
sic and Veva Fields Virginia Lamar LamarMargaret LunarKarpret LamarMargaret
Margaret Stokes Stolt Virgie and Mary MaryBrewer XaryBwer MaryBrewer
Brewer Ullie Anderson Maud Stal Stalnaker Stalnaker Stalnaker
naker Barry Abert Marie Jones Jon Eliza ElizaChoate ElizaChoat EliseCheats
Choate Cheats Lucy Waters Wate Mr and Mrs MrsHarry MrsHarry MrsHarry
Harry A A Dawson Mr ADd Mrs Charles CharlesA
A A Beard Dr and Mrs Reverdy Stew Stewart Stewart Stewart ¬
art art Mi Miss Mary Lyddaae Miss JlUa Helen HelenTalbott HlebTalbott HelenTalbott
Talbott Mrs J Arthur Kent Kent Mrs X Wil Wllilam William WIlilam
ilam Dorsey Mrs X Thomas M Tal Talbott Talbott Talbott ¬
bott bott Messrs George aeo Allnutt George Georgeand Georaeaad Georgeand
and Lloyd Brewer Somerville Dawson DawsonDarby DaweonDarby DawsonDarby
Darby Bowman John and Russell RussellBrewer RuellBreWitr RussellBrewer
Brewer Lee Kemp Roy Warfleld Ed Edward Edward Edward ¬
ward Taylor Walter Williams Ran Randolph Randolpb Randolph ¬
dolph Mason Edwin 6 Hege W C CWimsatt C CWhntt CWlmsatt
Wimsatt Roland Wool Woottoft ton of this thiscounty tJ tJeount thiscounty a
county eount Messrs x Glenn Garnett GarnettJenks and andJenks IUIdJenlal
Jenks Dabies Dabs of Manasaas Va Wil William William William ¬
liam Palmer and William Wagganan Waggananof Waggamaof n
of Washington Misses Carter Warren WarrenMargaret WarreaMarpNt WarrenMoore
Margaret Moore and Susie Donohoe Dooeh DonohosVirginia of ofVirginia ofYlrgtnla
Virginia VirginiaThe YlrgtnlaThe VirginiaThe
The home of Michael ief dsasI N Rouser RoamerGarrett near nearGarrett nrGarrett
Garrett Park was the scene Ren of o a prat pratwedding pretty prettywedding PNtt7wedmn 1y
wedding at < oclock Wednesday day even evening fftftInc evenhag ¬
Inc when Mts Miss Jilt Mary J Day a grand granddaughter anddauchter granddaughter ¬
daughter of Mr Rouser and an4 ant John H HYeabower HYeabowet HYeabower
Yeabower of o Wa Washington h ton were married marriedby marriedby marriedby
by Rev Re Dr Hudle pastor of St St Pauls PaulsEnglish PaulsEnKil PaulsEnglish
English ib Lutheran Luth Church Washington WashingtonAbout WashingtonAbout on onAbout
About twu hundred guests l from Washington Wash Washington b bInton ¬
ington the county and nd other places placeswere plaeewere placeswere
were present There n1 re were no atten attendants att4lbdanta attetl attetldanta ¬
danta dantsThe dantarbe dantaThe
The home horn was beautifully decorated decoratedIn
In goldenrod and the ceremony was per performed pertonn performed ¬
formed tonn beneath l an Immense floral belt beltLater IMILLtr bellLater
Later in the evening even Mr and Mrs Yea YMbower Yeabower 1 1bower
bower left for their honeymoon trip tripAmong tripAmonK tripAmong
Among the guests UI from a distance distancewere diatlleewen distancewere
were Mrs Frank Milker and 00 Mrs Henry HenryEbort HenryEbert HenryIsbrt
Ebort of Baltimore Capt and Mrs MrsJames MnJmfIII MrsJames
James F Oyster and nd daughter 4ught r Mr and andMrs andlrtJ andMrs
Mrs Henry Berglrag Mrs Harry Cook CookMrs CookMrs
Mrs Mr Auterbach and laughter Mr r and aadMrs andMr andMrs
Mrs Harvey Curtis Mr and MrsCasper Mrs MrsCasper M MCuper
Casper Herbert Mr and Mrs Edward EdwardColburn EdardColbum EdwardColburu
Colburn Mr and Mrs D C Turner TurnerMisses TurnerMI TurnerAliases
Misses MI Belle Bell sad Gertie Rouser Mr and andMrs andMrs
Mrs M William Matchett Misses Maud Maudand Maudand
and Maggie agcle dock ock ocJr Miss KI Katie Docker DeckerMrs DockerMrs DockerMrs
Mrs Mary Yeabower Mr and Mrs Jos Joseph Joseph ¬
eph HUe Mr and Mrs Meyer eer and aaddaughter anddaughter
daughter Mr and Mrs Meyer Mrs MrsJoseph KrsJoeeph MrsJoseph
Joseph Jacobs and Air 1 and Mrs Moor Moor1m Moorha
1m of Washington Mr Fisher of YorkPa York YorkPa YorkPa
Pa Miss Jacobs J of Leeebura LeeeburaAMEER LeoeburgAMEER uI7
AMEER IS PROGRESSIVELONDON PROGRESSIVE PROGRESSIVELONDON PROGRESSIVELONDON
LONDON Sept ft IThe The Ameer of ofAfghanistan orAtPanlatan ofAfghanistan
Afghanistan has engaged ea P an It electrical electricalengineer 6lectrlea1to electrieaiengineer
engineer to install eleetrM electrical eIec sl mthlnery mthlneryin J JhiaeryIn mi hine y yin
in the factories in the new town Low which whichhe whihhe whichhe
he is 1 building thirty miles norm of ofCabuL o oCaIN ofCabnil
CabuL CaIN
1PASSIIOF PASSING OF DAVIS DffiSWas DAVISTOOK DAVISLt1
TOOK LANDMARK LANDMARKWSSYst Lt1 Lt1Was
Was WSSYst Last of Washingtons WashingtonsOld
Old School Bank BankOfficials BankOfficials BankOfficials
Officials OfficialsFIFTY OfficialsFIFTY OfficialsFIFTY
FIFTY YEARS OF ACTIVITY ACTIVITYEntered ACTIVITYRJlterai ACTIVITYEntered
Entered Banking Busts Bui Btsisea What OnlySeventeen Only OnlySftvsBtats Oalyst
Seventeen Ia and a 4 Has 11 Bo B AssvcUUd AssvcUUdWltk udaWWit AttssdatsdWith
With Wit Max May aJtY Xeti Haascte HaascteTbe ltaaJlCieaThe PinaaadanThe
t
The death ot o Lewis j Davis hest remove Amovesfrom removefront removesfrom
from Washington one of UM last re remaining renar remaining ¬
maining nar link link which eaaaeet the bank banking bankIn banking ¬
ing In history of the
past with that of amore a amore aJDOnt
more recent period For more than thanfiftjr thanfttt7 1 1flfty
fiftjr years he bad watched the growth growthof crow growthof t h hof
of the banking facilities of the city and andhad andbeen andhad
had been an active and prominent participant par participant partJclpaat ¬
ticipant In all the movements IIov movements that had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been inaugurated for the tb general wel welfare welta welfare ¬
fare ta of the banking interests interestsEntering IntereataEnteriD interestsEntering
Entering < the Washington City fia fiaings 88Irap Sslags
lags Bank then conducted by his grandfather grand grandfather ITAndfatber ¬
father at the age of f seventeen seveateen he b continued con continued coutlnued ¬
tinued until the latter pan PI of 1904 ac actively attlvel a atively ¬
tively tlvel connected with that banking
house houseDuring boWIeDurin houseDuring
During Durin hi his lifetime he was frequent frequently ¬
ly aaked to accept public office but butwith butwith butwith
with the exception of acting as chair chairman ehairmaa chairman ¬
man of the Sinking SIn1rJn Fund Commission Commissionof
of the tb District constituted under the thoact thlact theact
act of the th legislative Ielath ae assembly embly or f fAnSuat
August 1871 he persistently declined declinedOn tlecUnfdOn declinrdOn
On that commission toa were we such well wellknown wel1knowa wellknown
known cltisena aa W W Corcoran CorcoranHenry CorcoranHenry n nlIry
Henry M Sweeny Moses Kelly and andJoha andJoba andJohnT
Joha JohnT T MitchellLast Mitchell MitchellLast MltebeiLLast
Last 0f Noted cay CseapaxyMr w wYr
Mr 1 Davia was the teat of that noted notedcompany note notjlOtiCOIIIPlUlY < I Icompany
company who were we Instrumental In
bringing about a reorganisation of the
finances of the District and placing
them in their present enviable position po lUon i
Contemporaneous with Mr 1 Davis Daviswere Da Daviswere is iswere
were such wellknown bankers as Jay Ja y
Cooke Cook H fL G Font George W Rlggs Hi <
Dr Guatoa Dr Daniel B Clark C1 rk
Matthew G Emery John A A Ruff and
Charles Chari A James Jam all of whom who with withI
I the exception of the last named named have havepassed
1 passed into the great beyond beyondIn beyoDelIn beyondIn
In all the varktu various walks w ii of f fDavis lit lift Mr
Davis was highly honored by his aaso Uo
dates date sad by all those with whom he hecame hecame hetame
came in contact Possessed of a cheer ¬ I Iful
ful disposition and a neverceasing never flow flowof nowof flowof
of good oocr humor to which were add addall added addedall
all the dignity of a gentleman of the theold theold
old school be created ted a most favorable favorableimpression favor favorablelrnpnelon be beI
impression I everywhere everywhereJsiM everywhereJ everywhereJoined
Joined J Hi Stock St k EadMBge EadMBgeHe
He H Joined the Washington Stock Ex Exchange Exehaap Exchange ¬
change in MB about two years after its itsformation itsormaUon itsformation
formation and was at all times UIII active activeand acth acthand activeand
and earnest ena in furthering its advance advancement advarJcmenl advancmeat ¬
meat He was w several times elected as asa alla d da
a member mber of f the execvutive committeeand committee committeeaad committfand
and served one term as president of the thebody thebody thebody
body bodyIn bodyIn bodyIn
In 19M 1ICN 190 feeling the advance of age agehe ag agehe
he decided to surrender the cares ofsassiness of ofbusiness n t tbwl1ne
business to younger hands hauId ADd dis disposed dlspo disposed ¬
posed of his Interest in the bankinghouse banking bankinghouse bankinghoUN
house to the young ou men whom he had hadalready hadaIread hadalready
already aIread associated with him And still stillfurther stillfurther stillfurther
further desiring absolute a ute release rei fromthe from fromthe fromthe
the cares of business he disposed of ofhis ofhis ofhis
his membership beraldp on the Stock Exchange Exchangeand Excbangfland Exchangeand
and devoted himself hi to his many inter interests InterHU Intereats ¬
eats in church work and the several severalcharities Heralebarttiftl severalcharities
charities with which he was promi prominently prominently prominently ¬
nently identified bTe bT high h respect respectwhich respectwhich respectwhich
which was entertained for him wasstrikingly was wasstrikingly a atriJdT
strikingly shown by the appointment JI of ofa ora ofa
a committee of the he Stock Exchange to torepresent t torepresent I Irepn
represent repn ent that body at his hi funeral andthe and andthe Rndthe
the Introduction of resolutions of sym sympathy srmJthy sympathy ¬
pathy for his fuya family a proceeding which whichis whlhIs whichis
is unprecedented in the history of theExchange the theExchange theEscbaDce
Exchange ExchangeAlthough EscbaDceAltboua1a ExchangeAlthough
Although a great sufferer during the thepast thepast thepast
past year he always maintained an out outward outward outward ¬
ward demeanor of o cheerfulness and was wasglad wasto wasglad
glad to meet and welcome his friendsin friends friendsin friendsIn
in his many little nsits to the scenes scenesof centsoC r rof
of business buln activity in which at onetime one onetime on ontime
time he had been so important a factor
STEALS 8TEAL8FROMOMAN FRO M WO MAN
J JCHASED t tIIA8E
CHASED IIA8E BY A CROWD CROWDt ROYE ROYEAt
At the K street market last t evening eveninga eveningcoIered
a colored boy snatched tchecl a handkerchiefcoata1a1nc handkerchiefcontaining handkerchief handkerchiefcontaining
containing a bunch of keys key from abasket a abasket abaket
basket in the hand of Mrs Elizabeth ElisabethTownley ElizabethTownstey EltabethTownaley
Townstey of 2141 141 H street northwest northwestand northwestand northwestand
and led a large crowd of citizens and andtwo andtwo
two policemen an exciting chase for formore tormore
more than five blocks blocksMrs bloeUn blocksMrs
Mrs n Townsley TowasJe had Just finished her herSunday htrSmaday
Sunday marketing when the boy rushed rushedup JUJJhedup rushedup
up and grabbed the handkerchief Ashe As Asho A Ahe
he rushed out ut of the door he was followed fol followed tollowed ¬
lowed by a down people Policeman PolicemanW
W C Alien and nd A E E Brown of the theThird theThird
Third precinct Joined In the th chase chaseUp chueUp
Up Twentyfirst street he ran ran and at atI atI atI
I street treet fully half a hundred citizens cltisenswere eltlaenswere citizenswere
were la pursuit He H then turned down downI d dI
I street and just before reaching Twentieth Twen Twentieth Twentieth ¬
tieth street threw away the keys key He Heturned lieturned Ileturned
turned into Alexandria court where he hewas hawas hewas
was captured capturedThe eapturedTh capturedThe
The Th boy gave ve ate name as Arthur ArthurBrown ArthlrBrowa ArthurBrown
Brown thirteen years old old of J 5 Alex Alexaadria AJexandrla ¬ t tandnia
aadria court He B was charged with withpetty withpetty withpetty
petty larcenyFIXES larceny larcenyFIXES Jaroea JaroeaFIXES
FIXES TIME GIRLS GIRLSSPEND GIRLSSPEND GIRLSSPEND
SPEND AT MIRROR MIRRORPARIS MIRRORPARIS MIRRORPARIS
PARIS Sept IA S A statistician has Ju Just jUftpubtlahed Justpublished t tpublished
published a note relative to the length lengnof 1engt 1engtof lengthof
of time that women pass during d thMr thMrlives tbirUve thirlives
lives in the contemplation of their own ownimages 0 on n nImaJell nimages
t
images I in the theUp sta staUp glass glassUp
Up to the ago a of six years 7 the averag averagxlrl s sgirt tgirl
girt scarcely arcely ever looks at herself in inthe iftthe inthe
the glass glassFrom PaMFrom glassFrom
From six Ix to ten years Y of age she ghespends IIh IIhn4 shespends
spends j n4 an average av of ssvw minutes ute a aday aday aday
day j at the mirror mirrorBetween mirrorBetw mirrorBetween
Between Betw ten and fifteen years the thetime thetime thetime
time I spent before the glass Is about fif fifteen fifteen flfleon ¬
teen I minutes daily dailyFrom daD daDJIOID dailyFrom
From that time until she b is twee twenty twentyabe tweltbe ty tyshe
abe I be looks at herself la the glass about abouttwenty I1bouttwenty abouttwenty
twenty minutes and between the ages agesof alfSof agesof
of twenty and thirty half an hour in inspent j jt isspent
spent t by the average woman daily in infront 1nfront infront
front j of her mirror mirrorr2ao000
1400000 FOR PETERS PENCE PEKCEPARIS PENCEPA1US PENCEPARIS
PARIS Sept S ICount Count Betora has hasdied hastJMci hasdied
died at Monte Carlo leaving vl his fortune fortuneof
of UMMO sue to the Peters ret Pence Fund FundThe iundTh FundThe
The Th count was grand master of the ctr ctrcmonies rerenlonies tr tremontea
cmonies < at the court of Napoleon III
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