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THE DAILY CRITIC, TUTUHDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 2,1800.
The Daily Critic
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WAOTtranys rrrT.n c.
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as a 1 month
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THE MIXOMTY REPORT.
Tie wlnotliy of the Control Imrestl
eatton committee has made lis report,
severely c Mmrtiift Cotntnitwlrtret R.vtM.
Ihti mahlria Its trpott In advance
if le tijwrt of Hhs majotlt? of ttw
roMinttttt, tire tnlmTity fmbUstw Its
licJfef that the majority will acqittt the
Otflrtilwloiwr of I he charges thai have
lif en made ajrstnst him.
Tb principal objection of the ml-
rmtitjr loQwmlfloficrllM!M seemt to
be the universal refila-erator ol'jertlott.
ami the loalo of ibis (.Paction appears
to ma In almnt this way tiu'wiiCnit
inteefoiKT of Pension; lie owns stock
in and Is the pteMenl of a rompinr
known a the T'nlveml ltfflertor
Cowpanj ; he will not dlele the
nanus of the ilochhohkrs of that com
pany ; therefore he U a had man and
baa lien unfaithful ami derelict In fie
discharge of 1)H official duties.
Thl potllkiB Is cnforetsl by recital of
the laet that the General' private secre
tary Is owner of stock In a subsidiary
irfrlgeralor compawy. In ayment of
which stock he rendered services in
Mead of paring cash. It is admitted
that the young man wanted this stock
and is glad he has It liasmailenocom
plaint and has ashtil nobody to make
romplalot for him. Hut It It said the
jotwg man ought to be dissatisfied,
ard baa been promoted, which aaier
tlon ard fact taken together clearly
show that lt.t'M has been derelict la
rfncUldnty.
The minority also complains lint the
majority refuiHd to Investigate the re
frigerator machine and ascertain
whether it would do all that It was ad
vcrtbxd to do. The Implication of this
objfctlon Is that If the machine is not a
coed one, Halm U an locmnpttent ami
iinfulihful Comtnitfiontr, but if It U
all that it is said to be then lUru Is un
unobjectionable ('ommlssianci '
Another compbdnt of the minor
ity St thai what Is called the
ctnp!tted riles were called Into
existence for the purpose of advwe
log the pension claims conirollel
by Lkmon, the pension agent, and th it
the consideration received by llvuw
from Lkmon for this favor was the In
dorsement by Lkmon- of a note mule
by IIavjm for ijao.OOG. Hut the evl
desee taken shows clearly that Lkmon
was not benefited by the ac
tion of Commissioner Halm es
tablishing these flies, and that fewer of
I.kmok's cases have been expedited by
Halm than were expedited by General
IIlack, who, It Is admitted, was careful
to show no improper expediting favors.
The evidence shows also that all peti
tion claims attorneys have ihiu.i1
chances on the completed flies; that
under the rules relating to those
tiles so one claim aent can have
any advantage over another, and, more
than this, that the establishment of the
completed files system has been In the
Interest of pension claimants, and has
mulled U the adjudication of thou
sands of claims that had been "burn;
up" in the office, many of them being
claims that should have been dlspoeed
rf years ago.
Nntnltltstandlng this report of the
minority of the Haum committee, we
maintain still that the charges against
the Coraraleeleser have not been suj
taintd by the evidence.
IV HAT THE ALLIANCE ORGAN
SAYS.
The Xattoual Keoiumui, official organ
or "The National Farmers' AWaaea
and Industrial Union," in lu iaaue new
current, baa something to say en sev
eral &bjeW.
On the sMfejaet of the Sub Treatuty
scheme In XeouaatM UwJuUea la what
it beads, "An KxVtortaUon," and aaaka
t evesal nojnte, which we eeaslaata.
To ef the oojeetkms to this seaaaa
u
1. That it Beeeaaarily involves waie
1 oailng aaal aaaMag,
. That it to wareaisHulioaal.
In H-nJy to the Ant objectioa t UaJ.
the MtHmul says that la wafehott
inc aad hanking hiea U oaly a tug
tmtA aantiaai, no eaaestial to tha sue
tseas ef Use schame, which mean to ha a
AiMg eoaceaajoa by tba lliaaffi nasties
t& tha objcclots-
The saaiy o tba aacoad objaida hi
to tha jwiat. "Tha inHlt'iHf?aal 4uea
itoa," says tha Ecouomiit, "hi tfca oaly
em tavolviag nay riadpla that tha
tinfotate have haea able to hriag lot
wasa hi tisi whole nlaa moaba tliiiinii
abw of tha naaue, ami Saaatof Yahcb
i ritt out koUiv nod ala bis whole
caaa oa Ibal Question "
fM cballaage to dltrinatoa oi tba
fimaibiirinaalitT of tba Moaoiaal
wiaajipai'Pww"' w Fp""
iaanNaia Ma IHaads wMi atffiittfl glaabf
If b it noi cMMtatuhMB&i taay io not
" n atoi ito kv. Tbis tba
Ifiirtti IfBB r'ii a&skU W&fc attOCll ttaamilaftAiial.
aa'aaaMaia" aMPaiagaw ' ' P!r wr
auaal hi a ttiuaanbant msaafir tan tbal
aqajajB avv a anaaMjasT w ii w
tba OaaaMaaa Qt llaat iTJIltJIlilaWMIiHlr Oaf
sna saBjajajajpajaw sf" " """, a "w
La aarhaMMal a aA flitHailrf ottCflV
ViW flPfimffV FP" aaajjaaaav ssawaseawaiawa sapwsi
4feb?tfc 8HMBa Court la k
ef4iteaa tba rtgbt of tba Gtat
waaitotoaa momr- lU 8. Msvxh, &
C.a4OaoIV.,Ba!MW)
U m tWa m "Cbaw atoaay," tbj
MemwmM aytbatUbj butfaUtoaa
mmm tbat t)M afcXuuuEv mmm
wM rW-Wg-i f 'fcCamf i sPH mH$
I ttfl Kfiatr feaaUu WM& iO
r ajaaap sawvaBB ajapaF Fap" "
aba lalbfbfiir M 4p- fcfaiaaO klfAAf iflt.
TtJsjIF ajipppaaspa a wa swwa aawfla Tpa
r Lat aaa matU QM saaV IlilaBalS Of lASHf aaaV
i feA aMarial ami Ham aaJUt iaaaalkaaaV QaT
4 VajP at Wap aF sjaajiuis, mm w
Coagrcs wMfc UU W telojaa. tba w
itaity and give tbc pooi cbeapar
itc; !'i iii itforiu nxat, tnS
icfv-Ui v'd fullu j aurti v u UUil
ftneJay 'Wiuuuut it a ttuiitcu
this direction will be almrxst irnp'
tibfc."
ConlTftnfng tbt twojwl of fhPtp
ony In an atttete htrmfel "tJoutTrtton
Pltng Red," lb fteon&mtti awerU
thai the bwatneM of the cowitry dc
ni Jnote mwny, chafJet nfly wd
few tttrnffteated way of oMatfttog It.
Th flnanrlal ayattm of th nation nitt
bt chanted It moat he tmto Wmder.
It lbf he flwdettdicd. Getting
down ftwfn Ihfs high up kind of
nrtcttlar geirTl7lne toe RenxomM ths
clarwi lhai: "The girat wont of the
hor hi a better yMei of emitting
mmrtf ffmn the Treasury. Until iht
systtn h fonnd and pnt Into ntctlcal
operation, the people will suffer as In
th pmL With but two methods of
f lacing wmwsy among the peoide, how
can anything te than panic, btnk
rafnry awl twin be expected. In a sys
tem of loaning monny direct to the
people at a lownteof Interest anl In
stfnctent amounts to reltevn their dH
ttt, Ilea the tatfmaHhlp ami pt-ir-fetlty
of the American people,"
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
Xotittml-i. B. Floyl, Chartcatov, V.
Vs.; Henry Saylv a-d Iae Savly, AW
Itw, Teat; Vv. k. Jnrrtun am! . K. I.y
onaabtj wife, tlttstmrg; F. V. Colbnrnaml
tfe, Boston; W. U'rinntey, Jr , Millmtel
phla; V. II. Franhle ami r. tv. Sftnbtwn,
'w York; J, 11. Ibgvirscn and Aife, Clil
cgo. SI. Jittnr I.jilia Vehter. Adelaide
Welsttr. Xewton, Ma ; A.J. Iterbertson,
Kdlobttrtli, !coti.l; Herbert V. Nye ami
3 II. t'sge, Wotmi: .t I. Klllgnre, Nrw
jrk; r. B. r.Kri.l ami lfe, Winston, N.
C; II. lleruld, I'lillsdelpbla.
ylrno Wlllitm Robinson, Miss .1. I.
ItoMnton and .MIm M. K. Robinson, Worm
Springe! .lamps II. lUytlen, lhe (!urge,
N. .; it. Wslilu Fueter, lVmniltico,
Brstll.
JrHngtnn RIbop Leonard, ClfVeUml:
(J. B. Rnbhlns ami wife. Coltiwttla, Xto ;
Fctnamtfl Cm. (uiitemiim; JJ. U. I). North,
Hostoii: (S. II. I." lie and IIf! IliirlliiBlon.
VI.; Ororgf UrNn, Jr., UtilTalo; V. H.
l)lev, llrookhn; Y. t). Fart ami (!eorg
W. Vnon, New York; (J V. Nott uml
Miss Kmina Nott, New Orleans.
AVmnntfif Mrs. M. K. Freeman, New
York; 0car T. Sewall, San Francleco;
inlvdor de Memlnncaamt family, llrailllan
Minister; W. B. Iloemer, Hoeton.
flhm-fham (irurge Oanllner, Frank II.
Flatt, Amos Itroailnax ami 0. K. Hopping,
New York: ,?. K. llanl and wife, Fort
Hamilton, N. Y.
tlippn J. S. Crew, Kansas; I. J. Ferris,
New York; Darmault, Ihiulen, lUvoneau
ami I Hnupllen of l'arls; F. K. IJIggsand
wife, lllclimuml, Vn.
11 (ltnnf Cliarles II. 1'atterson and Kd
wsrd I'eareon, New Y'nrk; V. 11. Woodley
acd ltter, IlrooKljn; (!. II. Summers, De
troit; II. II. ltustiy, Newark; J. I), llay
iiold, Clilcago.
KblillC. if. froeker. San Frnnelfco;
HiiKT. Smith, F. L (lrmtn, H.illlntore.
JMrl .;o-V. J. BaHWlt, U. 8. A.;
F. K. .Mclleerr. New York; foepb II.
InklaiHl, City, It. l.e I'tliiee, I "aria.
Uotlfm'rJ. A. Iteln, lktnn; Otto
Kilts, llaltltnore; U. J. JlubbsII.
Mftn.utttttn W. f. HeU, Ifnpkliisvllle
Kj.;J. A Uarion, HleKoiy, N. C ; It ('
IUgerand wire, Alkrn, & U.; Joint T.
(iruves, Ueorala; J A. Ilutt, L'lttsburg; W.
G. 'eilold, Kurhester.
PERSONAL.
"llsrry" Ike, who crossed the plains
In 1880 and scouted for Oeneral Fre
mont, Is still alive, hale and hearty.
Chief Stcretary IJalfour gives no
rrgular sittings to Alma Tadema, who
Is painting bis portrait. The artUt has
to catch the mlnfsttr In odd moments
In his olllce.
The will of the late Robert lltv
Hamilton, according to tllltiert M.
Spier, one of the executors, does not
leave much provlilon for the support of
baby lieatrice, who gets just what Mr.
Hamilton bad allowed her while he
llvtd. She will be cared for until her
real mother cornea forward to claim
bcr, when she will be delivered up
upon satisfactory proof of Identity.
William Dean Howells chooses the
titles of his works from Shakespeare.
"A Ilaxard of New Fortunes" and "The
Shadow of a Dream" the former cornea
from "King John" and the latter from
"Hamlet." It was In "Hamlet," also,
that he found bla two titles, "The Un
discovered Country" and "A Counter
feit Presentment." "Othello" gave blra
"A Foregone Concluslanj" Jacques, la
"As You I.Ike It," gives "A Modern
Instance," and "Two Gentlemen of
Verona" supplies "A Woman's
Reason."
Important Amendment,
t"rem Iht AmirUtM Mttri.
Sister Lizzie was to be married in a
few months and she was putting la the
Interval of leisure preparing for the cere
mony In the way of drees by experi
menting on her family in the cooking
line. Little John was going to bed
and went through his usual prayers up
to the point of saying, "Give m thU
day our dally bread," when some dis
tressing meosory struck Ulw, and be
added, "Rut don't let Idzzk bake it"
Au luterprUloe Hallway.
ftmm Uu SokaM faUt Sitfttwtaa.
It is slid the reason why the Spokane
Street Railway charges tan cenU fare on
its atfeet cars is that tha charge U based
oa tba time it takes the cars to get
from one place to another. Tha cable
lis on the North Side, not taking so
much time, keeps its fare at Ave cents.
If it be Uua the street railway coupon y
to ebareiag by tha hour and not by tha
Job. M.T. Moore baa Introduced a aaw
featuse ia tba economics of transport
Ah IiulUaa Jk.
ftcui Hi liuUiiilt Citutitr Jmtrmal.
Tha whoia country is la a bcoad grin
ovaf lM$ daaiand of tba TasHawa Aapai
Hcaaa that etcctioaa tbfiH ba boiiaat
Oeioaal. Uudlty must baf a pat tbat la.
BOEM oV TH1 BbUJat
Feat ol Buuia faU!
Skadas of nigbt iUMyti;
UtrTllitojTf Wiftf MbsHapaC aWsPaaWMaam
laat, iua t4. of rniallibrifaaft
CaaVataf Qti flj'inBtilpJI IppM
f tf turn mimmO, 1
p bijb) 1Mb
t tan wean aav;
aUlltJiaiigo
To sad fro.
Jwataaa aov
Hiqj) of aaaiat freJfl
PaSa? tuSuitim amtesaasaaaltaSL
Yasaar tm Toa wSt fSinpkn
auftijsaay,
TUfWll,
fat amay.
Wnttfww7"lB ia ajp
"' wapw saaiaipafH spaspjapjp! p psaapaajpjpjp
To aweary tuatrt.
Ere tii cbaooar larts,
blUiuWr ecct,
C ftiijj ttiiU Uil
it at, W uijr
RAUM CONDEMNED.
MlKORitT REPORT f)F tHR IHTSSTI
GATING COMMinEI SiTKf ODT.
UteTty fnsnri the 00innW1mr
lr M Mtatw the ltfcrrttr-wr
COfnrWr "ft I'enetan At
tKrnfT IicmrtB,
Th minority lepmt of Urn Ranm
stmtal InteMlgatlBg committee has
been given ont for pnbflfMlon. In re
fni lo the first i barge, the fahs of
refrtferahir trk to the employes In
the Perttloo Offlce, the report comments
wpon the tefnsal of the Commlaslower
to prodmre the books ami papers of th
cemtrwny notwlthslawllng repeateil
efforts to jprnre them. It appears from
Jlr. Smyscr's teetlmony, the reportsiys,
that other persons not nametl o.fnetl
Mock, trrwprctivp of the sweeping as
nrance of the CotnmlselnneT that the
llg he proflnced contained the names of
all the stockholders.
It alto rays that the Investigation pro
n tiled until near Us close without re
vealing the fact tbat a subsidiary corpo
ratlou had lecn organired by General
ltaiim, ltraillt'y Tanner and five uiher
pmons not named, which was to do
btislntsa undtr the present comptny's
jMstrnt, and dliTercd from It only in
name. Itoih il e Comm!!rmer and
Hi silky Tanner bad repeatedly stated
!n'fore the commitifo tbat no employe
of the I'enslon OITlce ownid ilirrtly "or
Irdlrcctly any stuck in the Universal
Refrigtrator Company, and the exist
fnce of the Columbia Universal Re
frigerating Company (ihe sub company)
was unknown to the minority unit) al
most at the close of the Investigation.
Continuing the report refers to the
rcfual of the majority to Investigate
the character of tho refrigerator patents
notwithstanding the fact that compe ent
witnesses were present to testify Hint
the history of the enterprise was full of
ctookuluise, that tho cchcmo was Im
practicable and worthless, nnd that Tan
ner whs it stockholder. It Is nlso asked
whether It Is not rensonnblo to suppose
that General Ratlin's ofllclal position
enabled hi in lo innku the deal by which
n member f Congtus was Induced to
purthase $20,000 worth of slock.
flic report then refers to the second
ebargc tho advancement of pension
claims for a certain attorney. In consM
otntlon of his becoming surely on tho
Commissioner's note for $01,000 It
alio tefcrs to the evidence touching
lr. Lemon's letter, suggesting Immii
dlnto adjudication of completed pen
sion casta; to Deputy Commissioner
Lincoln's adverse report and that of
Chief Ilryant, which It says clearly de
dues the objection to the "completed
tiles" system, and were made while
iLcii! existed neither interest nor feeling
to bias the judgment os shade the testi
mony. The report refers to the c im
puted fibs onlcr. which was mide
JaotiMy 0 lust, and that, on the foil v
Ing dav, I.umm becamu tho surety for
Coniinittlnncr Raum fr $112,000
The tfpott concludes as fdlows:
"Tl.itu It t ems to us that the Coninils
sloticr of Pensions has not nrnprly
citicnicd tho dellcato duties and serious
rwpnnilbilltles of his great nltice; nor
bas be mcapuird up to that high s'aiil
aid of patriotic consideration for tho
public which should prevail In this Do
pattment, adjudlcutlng tho disburse
ments of nearly one third of the ontlre
revenues of tho Government. The Pen
sion Olllce Is altogether too sacred a
place for the development of tho per
sonal thrift and enterprise manifested
in Ibis record. It was established tint
the nuilun might properly cat e for tb'e
to whom it on can gratitude too sacred
for trilling. It is a monument lo the
munificence of a grateful people, and
its hundteits of employes should be
ministers of merry, not slock gambler.
Tbat a place thus hallowed should have
been used for stock-jobbing or specula
tlon, converted into a spawning place
fcr corporations and n Btull for barter
Ing doubtful patents, Is a reflection upon
our Government, a degradation of the
public service which wo think cannot
be too strongly condemned."
The majority report will not be sub
mitted until the close of the Invostlga
Hon at the next session of Congre).
AMUSEMENTS.
DruRClaU at the Opera.
De Wolf Hopper had on appreciative
audience last night, and his songa and
witticisms were never more heartily on
cored than by the members of tbe Na
tional Wholeeule Druggists Association,
who were present lost night la a body.
Tbe comedian was at his best, and did
not deal out his humor In homeopathic
doses at retail. He had an audience of
wholesalers, and bla performance was
of the same liberal character. Hie
parody on "Rid Me Good bye and Go"
scored a success, and tbe audience was
loath to let him leave tbe stage. Hand
some souvenir programmes printed on
satin were distributed.
A tlrent block Company.
Th New York Lyceum Theatre
Stock Company, whleh U at tba Na
tional Theatre next week, to the pet
project of all of Manager Daniel Froa
man's many enterprises. Wbea that
geBilewaa severed nU eonnactloa with
tbe Madison Square Theatre about four
years ago be determined to eall iato ex
Uleate a stock company which should
hear favorable eotoparUoB witb any
New York bad yet seen. Managers
Ralncr and Daly had each ia their
ehosea Una tolled for many sea
sons to achieve tba admirable poaltiou
then occupied by their organisation.
But Manager Frohaaaa, by careful fose
tbougbt and preparation ia oae season
brought his cowpaay and tba Lyceum
Theatre Into a proBuaaace equal to tba
bast. His first production was "Tba
Wife," which ran tbe Brat season out.
Tbe second season aaw tbe woduction
of "Sweet Lavender." whieh this coa-
aaay played la tbto city last fail. L&tt
abaaoa Its third ran Its career sue
eeesiully witb "Tba Charity Ball,"
which is by tba authors of "The Wife,"
which began tbe career of tbe Lyceuw
Cosvpaay- "Tba Charity Bail'5 will
ba saaa beta during tba cowing week.
LMIte CMp as Tout KihmI,
Chin, one of the faataiet of Gits
Mill's show at Kereen'a, is tba aaoat
SfciUbifed little aaiuiic and exceedingly
tatallijiat voaaJidariag bis youtblui
mi Re has not yet enjoyed his aUetb
CbrieUu4ed has apuaatad oa tha
alafe oaly oae seaaoa, but already ranks
witb tba fiaoet noted ptodigies. Tba
facuhy of initiation is vety strong ia
tbto woaderful child, who aiks for aotb
is)g battier tbaa tba oppof unity to exef
cisa Us wonderful talent Chip had
teats BM.it everybody and everything
tbat fcUik.es bis f aacy a4 notes ajl tba
odd characters of evey-dy life. His
vouag tnwuoxy to sJieady ricb- Ha
leaated Ma U iibt UiUa eyes oa the
aetata and Hum d BaeaeaMtatfves
yesterday sad was saucb aotused by
th mv ibanelan ba nv. Speaker
Pii-il j bwaattaly Issiwasiwi st big
mmuty mi to a WiobaaaMsy wili ha
hopeibbnated by Chip tooigbt
A caaap Gixl ta xa Out
A lf I oul 111 .St.ifiw.iiii hai j. Ui&u!s
fvi eaux trow- jiSr tiBgs
HER AFFECTIONS COST SOMETHING.
A IMrtMced llnMmn tllven Mo.fWO M
n Symrmthettt! ,irj-.
BMriwrRK, Ot. 8 The jnry In the
ce of John Pcbreoht against William
Evans fot $?5,000 rlftmaget fwrthe al
ltgerl alienation rf th aftsettoas of
Mrs. Wllhetmltm II. C. Scbr rht, n -Mrs.
r.van,preentrrt a Muled renin t
last nlht, whreh was this morning rci I
in comt. It gives tire uhslntlft 10 0 W
damages.
The testimony presented br the
plalnliff was to the eff.ct that Rvans,
after gaining the affect rows of Mrs.
Pcbrtcht, wnnc1l the securing of a
dlrorce from het hwelwml hwan.is of
family dlssenalons, while at the sa-me
time advising Srhtct ht to let the c e
go by default. ?tbrtrht did not app"e
clate the ttno condition until after the
dlrorce was granted and Evans Im
mtdlattly matried Mrs. Schre.-ht
Krans Is a vety tlch cor raeto', a 1
will proliahly appeal the case.
-a, -
FAR FROM HO MR.
A Wenllliy Yonnc Amntlrnn Ontumtts
Stllclilo nt Viiknlmnn.
Knw Yona;, Oct. 1 A special to the
HtrnM from San Francisco says: Rytlie
steamer China news whs received here
of the suicide at the Grand Hotel In
Yokohama, Japan, on September -1 of
Leonard Tobias, said to l of New
Yolk, who shot himself In lied. The
act was caused by financial worrv and
jealousy regarding bis wlfo. Tolrfas
was a young man, nnd bis family are
said lo be wealthy people In New York
city. A witness at the Impiest said de
ceased told him he was worth $800,000
In his own tight, and that bis father
wss a ten times millionaire. Witness
fald he saw Tobias write tbo following
callegtam: "L. TobIn, No. 10 Wall
street, New York: Cable me $r0,000 to
tbc Hone Kong and Shanghai Hunk
Leonard."
Tho widow, Maud Tobias, testified
she believed bis death was due to flntn
clal dlfllculllcs and trouble with his
family because of hlsmarringo.
Dr. Hall, Tobias' physician, testified
decerned had told him ho was jealous
of his wife. Rut he did not believe
there wns any ground for It.
00 WE AGREE?
We like the looks of a
pretty shoe. Don't yo.i?
But wc take more than that
into consideration. Don't
you? COMFORT and
QUALITY are two indis
pensable qualiiies. Aiid
yon take an interest in what
they'll cost younaturally.
This is a positive fact
we've a BEST QUALI I'Y
TANNERY CALF SHOE
that's h?nd-welted, of all
io'.id leather, combining
these virtues--and marked
only
It's worth $4. "We've sold
'em for thatbut by a per
sistent tinkering away at the
price we've got it down to
S3. They're made on the
OPERA.GLOBE, FRENCH,
LONDON and WALKEN
PH AST lasts. That may be
"Greek" to you but if
you'll only ask to see them
nothing will please us more
than to show them to you.
Button, Lace or Congress
all widths all sizes.
Try a pair and hold us
responsible for its behavior.
Won't you?
You gentlemen have got
the whole Shoe Department
on the GROUND FLOOR
all to yourselves. PROMPT
service and CAREFUL
service, too.
Saks and Company,
awl ua 111a.
rratH Our SaeUly Journal.
Faiaaer (hiiiaw help at Caslla Gar
tUaWftl, if ! wt to work for mm
I'll giva you $a a noaih sad your
boasd.
O'Flyaa (Juat laadad) FaU, aa' k
tbat aaaaa tba hath eat rata of wagaa
they ha aayla' ia tbis cottathry?
Faiwar (faHaialy)--WalI, they're
pavleg about $15 a day ia Coaawat,
Patrick Thea, begOMa, 011 go W
Coagriaa.
1'rUa awl l'ttvatty.
Htm Uu Lkttttae htttf'Ma.
"Look at mt utd take waraiag."
claimii d a itttajtiidatad hioh lag iaavbittal
to aa oanbiifct dajbtaa-
"Wbo aaa joa?'' aaba4 tba tea baioa,
for it waa to bach a oae tba iaark was
aaaaawad. 'I aaa. a haaaball afcodt
boMar." '
WWi VUy Omtimmi.
Uu. Wabaab Aad bow tot tba
bcaaMaat auat you. dear?
Mr. Wahaab Ob U is aarlact, eaeayt
Am ooSaa. 7ou aQaH aska aa isood
tiQfo aa aay Aaat vHa dia 1 utaat soa
few.
If-f, Wahaab Kevar aiiad, daw,
aba's nifgp a) aaM eft laa to mwtow
asd I vitl sat bar Kcioe UMta-
- -
Mavaa bb aaVit iba ttaaaaaa
aaa ?4ias ftifitottM
Mxi. 4a Hyde, widow of a veUiraa
vl tba war of 161-. k tba oldeat paa
tluLcr is tbe Uoited Sutus. Ua gca
etdi prbcu-ipkii a. suidur wbu Wuuld
Ku Auu II) Ji. duvei. t JtsLfn. i iuU
FOR A GOOD SHOE
MISIT
Wilson k Carr's
For an Easy Shoe
GOTO
WILSON & CARR'S.
We carry the Best thre of ratHt
t t her Shoes for IaHw amlCton
iKimnatSSaralrat Wilson & Carp's
lnMilonn1iloM;on Jlcn.
ino. Dso r KTiir.irr -. w.,
WMlilnnton, D. C.
DALTtMOHB STORK,
f nml 0 WJ-NT IIAI.TI3IOIIK RTIlKtiT.
CANADIAN OrFiCIAtS EXERCISED
e)Tf r llm tnrnrmntlnn Thnt Onr Cutters
AVnulit cle Senllnc Vent,
Ottawa, Ont., Oct. 2. Considerable
ttlr in government circles was oc
casioned here yesterday over the receipt
of the information that Ilia United
States had dispatched a cutter to lleh
ring Sen to scire any sealing vessels
found within these waters. A high
olllciat of the government said last
night- "If that Is now tbolr game to
sel7coursealers Grcntllrllaln will soon
be beard from. Tbc llrltlsh Govern
roont has assured tho government hero
tbat decisive steps will follow the first
seizure. I can hirdiv credit the an
nouncement that tbo United Stntes au
thorities nro going to take ngiiresivo
action at lids stage of the negotiations.
Neatly nil tho sealers nro returning to
those watotR."
ENORMOUS LOSS BY FIRE.
It In 1,'ipcctril It AVIII Uracil Savon nml
n lliitf Slllllnii..
Std.nkv, N. S. W., Oct. a.-KIre
latt eight resulted In tho destruc
tion of the Cily ltnnk building, Alhe
num Club building and a num
ber of largo warehouses. 'Ihc llro
burned llercely, letlsting for n lung
time ttio test elTuris of the lire toi
ititnt to get it under control. In addi
tion to the waiubouies nbolutely con
sumed by the llamcs a number of other
were mom or lesa damaged by fire and
walrn Tbc loss, It Is expected, will
rraeh n million at.d n half pounds iter
"DR. SHOT BY A NEGRO.
A Ilaccase Matter' llrilor Amwercil by
11 Ilultet.
East St. Louis, Oct. 2. William
Pamsel, a son of Superintendent Dam
sel of the Adams RrpreM Company,
was (hot through the right lung by an
unknown negro nt 8 o'clock last even
ing. The wound Is n fatal one. I) tm
H'l was Imggago muster on tbo Cairo
Short Line uml when near the Air Line
crossing saw a negro standing on the
platfotm of tho baegacu car. lie
ordered him away when tbo negro with
an oath pulled a revolver and shot
blra.
TRAFFIC STOPPED.
New Jetiry Town Feci the Tie-Up of
the Kxire Company.
Nbw Yohk, Oct. 2. A special to the
Htrald from Asbttry Park, N. J says
the lie up of Adams Express at Jersey
City yesterday was felt very severely at
all the tea coast towns on tbc lines ot
the New York and Long D ranch Iload,
over whose lines the Adacts people
control the express business. Not a
piece of express was received after noon
yesterday from New York by the agents
at Ked Hank, Long liraucb, Asbury
1'srK anei tue oilier snore towns.
Only a CoiublnatloD, Hot a Trut,
Chicago, Oct. 2. The Western straw
wrapping paper manufacturers of the
district west of Ihe Allegheny Moun
tains held a secret meeting yesterday.
Etcutylwo mills, with a total output
of 300 toue, were represented. Presi
dent Cattle de-aled tbat a trust was
ktout to ba formed. Tbe object of the
fecetfiigwas to devise mease to radivoe
the expeeta of produclnz wrapplue
paper, he said. Two "sales ageate,
wl oce duty it shall be to keep tbe mill
owcers supplWd with Information rata
live to tue state of the market, were
appointed.
foul a Hat I'roi e the Oiiarce.
Mollia Walker a colored woasaa waa
tried this aftaraooa charged wit la the
theft of $10 from Mrs. W. C. Itowlaad.
Tbe woaey bad heaa left la tbe huraau
drawer ia Mrs. Itowhuui's rooai. Yeaiar
day Holly kit tba bouse aad waa soaa
for tbrea aoura aad said that bar hus
band had beea killed oa Capitol Hill
aadsbaweat to lay bias out. Tba
teatiaioay was iasuttcieat aad Judge
Miller discharged tba dafaadaat. She
stated afterward tbat bar huahnad bad
bea rua over by oaa of Obihts' brick
wagoai aad for a tiaae it waa auapnaad
be waa dead.
Uua au tka Jehu.
IA4 Xmt iort num.
A cab waa drivea us ia boat of 30
mtik avaaaa, whata tba Graat aaa
wawat daahjai were Uiag erhlbitod oa
TluMftday aftaraooa, aad a Major
WUahua U. Grace got out. Ila took a
ajtvar auartar fsoaa bJa aockat aad
linniaTit w te tba driver, who wfuaad to
UVab aad said-"Fifty casOa. pteaaa."
"What's thai?" aafced tba ax Mayor.
"Fifty ctats, 1 said," leoibsd tbadrl
var, laaolaatly.
"Do you tkiak I'ai a fooli" asked
Mr. Grace, aad be puabed tba aaoaay
iato tba drivar's baad aad turaad aad
walbd ito tba hallway. Tba driver
WSaydkfiai feJatt dUafiilaW MaL ImSafalQtf U)
ft HiK WhiQ Tlftli WaitHlNaiidi tlba JMCiaaWiKaa
aabad; "Who hi tbat old duck, aoy-
tba aab-
"Tba itis'" eaelaJffMi tbadl-
var aad ba whipped up bit borafl aad
dfoVa 11-
Itejaaaa'4 vauatea vas tfcaait .
n TnMtnppli Witxi iaji raaknf
Baad caaaot be rttotteikd toraclotortty.
But like tbe Dulcbmaa'i wife, of wbuaa
tkiOb the ioquiry wj made " Ws
sUc icjoutJ to &' ' tt. aucr aoplit-a
bin. hiil lv t. sin. i 1st aJus.1. j
WESLEY
J. A JL Jr JUW Jmnnf A
KDJQINING THE
METHODIST UNIVERSITY,
Corner Loughboro and Tunlaw Roads.
The Sate oi this Most Delightfully Situated
Property Opens
EPTEM
KND CLOSES
Price,1D and EO Cents Per Foo
A Splendid Opportunity to Double Your Investment
Within a Reasonable Tim?.
This property is most beautifully situated on a high
ridge overlooking and in close proximity to the heart of
the city. The electric cars pass within a few hundred
yards ol the place. It is high and dry, and the great
panorama, ever presented to view, of the Government's
beautiful buildings, the hills of Maryland and Virginia,
with the historical and classical Potomac River, makes
WESLEY HEIGHTS a most charming and attractive
place for a home. As an investment it Is unrivaled.
TERMS: One-quarter cash, balance In one, two
and three years, with interest at 6 per cent, per annum.
Fifty dollars earnest money will be required upon each
lot and will be applied to purchase when settlement is
made. Deed to be passed free of all expense with ab
stract of property. From the gross sales, seven 7
per cent, will be placed in a sinking fund to be applied
to making improvements.
We can recommend this subdivision in every ptr
ticular and feel confident that your investment will prove
one of profit in a very short time.
John E. Waggaman.
Fourteenth and G Streets.
PFFICK OP
W. A. PIERCE & CO.,
6UCCKiOIl3 TO E. O, DAVIS.
7J9 JIAIIBET SrAC3.
CeruM-ef B(bthS:rt
Our autumn reception oc
curred more than a week
since. Some ol the goods
you saw then are gone, but
they have been replaced by
later purchases, and, as a
matter of course, these are
newer and better styles. We
are daily adding to our
choice and well-selected
stock; receiving novelties in
every department,
CONCERNING DRBS8 GOODS.
It ba always huea as aUbliihd fast tbat
DavU ket tbe HMt ttlraW aotl HeHaUa
Uouralag GooJ la tba city. Vouw!Hd
taia aapartnaat better iUed witb tea Dwm
ttiS tbaa vr before. For aa taMaaee w
ba? t oa sate to-day a aae of tt-laatt
Blast Ie4 OooiU ia tba reweat atjbwof
SmtM aad Paaeiea at &0e per yatd.
Tbaa there U a blab giada at Fieaa Cah
wtt, at hiabai. at ale er yatJ. Taaae ate
eettabtfy W ft teat- lata taaa you eaa buy
ta tbe Laae Beaatf at we ua aariaa a
vety gMM aaaatae. Cbotea ylaa, (taality
ajei vurieet (xtee Matatham aav.
Uoa't tataat that aar gsaat rarfaHtaa aeie
at Vo- tat Vittr JUae Waaaa will oaly eaa
tteae $nnw aaya bMaa",
That tlM tUA Stove that wa aw aalHaic
UUt 9C0 atfal SM W4atL aMit a W9 iMMUBht ittdl
a iaw (iUAaUUy w aai-aiaiiinrfttiit la ail
KiXa7t.
is f fi grj fc iffriHi to fn roti fffef ateai iAHai votf
SHtltt al t IfitttlCilal W SkaaCiaVMB QWI SaSat Qa?
lAatea'aaaar Lawa Maaaatr Iwiar. ta aataa
aaa aaaittr . a Ute. 'u y gaty aitteed Moa
itay aaa ace vy hw vilwa,
mm.
Ia fthfljfi KQOattf ttrltiaW ftlMW SUMft BfiAaXlaL
ttf fay is bttsfafM &bMB oab fcflU IJm Qttnltty
HI XM0 ktftta- WftJT W SMt tia Saf&BaM aUhli CUAaaatty
aAb4ii todywai wfc & Ihmi wto wlH amtfayatow
totiL Our Wm Cum iNwi mtub mi
Uiatod wttk gout vitmrimf ialto Wj sai
IF KhStfi& Ihttal Va4SftJat aaUOitaaMSat OkC tlWi0
iHMttU. Ota tttoek U Ttimatb Fur b imm
t4 vtfad. wj oub hvw fm ay U&4 la
W. A. PIERCE I CO,,
apawfliflipaaia V aw a?" aajf-- aHp
it WMm m
Curuar ll tuaat.
GHTS
OCTOBER 25,
KDUOATIUNAL.
GeorgefovnUnlversUy School oF Lav
FACULTY.
JIEV. J. HAVENS MCIIAItDS, 8. J..
I'rtwltlcnt of Iba l'nlrerlty.
CIIAHLES V. HOFFMAN. LU D..
Dean or tbe Faculty.
HON. WILLIAM A IlICHAIIIIbON. LT D.,
(Chief Jumke U.S. Court ol Clalaw)
Lecturer no Mutntory ami Admlnlntrutlve
Law ail I Dffal Maxim.
JIAItTINF.MOItU18.LL.D.,
Led nrer oa e'onMltullooal ami Interna
tional Law, Admiralty kn! Comparallre
Jurli ruannru.
HON- JEI1F.MIAH SI. WILSON, LI, ..
Lecturer on tbe Law of Ileal tate amt tbe
Law of Elileoee.
HON ANDHEWC. HUADLRY
(.JuMlce t-urreme Coart, District of Colum
bia), t-eeiurer nn i ohiiikhi utvr, iieau-
Initand Equity JurWprudeoee.
JOfeEl'H J. Lahukutun. LL. D..
Lecturer on the law of I'erBonaU'roperty.
Cnntroota ami Negotiable I'apar.
CIKUllDK E. HAMILTON, LU D.,
Leclurr on the Lawof 1'artnershlp, Corpora-
ttocs.I'iaellee ami Tentatsentary Law.
It, HOi I'KItltV, A. SI..
Lecturer oa Criminal Law, Dometio Itela-
tlons aad Torts.
SIOOT COURT.
Circuit Court: Irof Georire K Hamilton,
eoert of Aiiiieali: l'rofs. Martin F. MorrU,
Atdrew C. Dradley aad It. Itoa Terry,
Introductory Ieeture aad aaiiouaeemeaU
for tbe eumlnp ters at tbe Law HulUlair.
corner b and P te. n. w.. on WEUKB3DAV,
OCT. 1. at aao p. ts. 'All latereated areaer
dlally Invited to attend. Tbe library, bow
eomprilB tbe BnglUb and leading ABwrieaa
epott and tbe latent text book upon mutt
legal ftibJecU, le located ia the Law Ualld
lejr. witb rommodloue readbxr room at
taebed.aBd vtlllbeopea froa S a. m. to 10 p.
m. daily. Sunday excepted, to tudeata aad
bIubibI of the Mbool.
Ibe tecretary can be eea at tbe Law
JJulldlBK on Tueday, Tburdaya amlSa'ur
day, from T.o to SM p. m , for iatorautkM.
eoroliawot, etc Clrculan giiiag e.ireof
ktody, ttrua. et-., can be obtalaed atbooc
atoree of W. II MorrWou. lll F t h. w.,
ad LcwdermUk A Co. 1M F . a- w , a4
at W. S. 1 boupMw'k drug More. 703 Mth t.
& w , or eu au liuUlou, pereoaally or by let
Ua-. to tbe um&r.taaed g jf
Hpto-lm Secretary and Treasurer.
N
JATIONAL MEDICAL COLLSflK-MBIM-
sal uul TJAKtal DocaituuLU of tbe
ColtuubUu UBlverity. The klxty-nlath aa
aaal eoare of audkat bwturee aad fourth
aWaial eoatMt wilt begia oa Wedaaeday,
October it.at8p. bj., la tbe CoUa Boiki
uu, MkS HttBW Iuirudactory uuulluel leo
ture by FtofeaM r Willuua Lee. M. D. Oeatal
tattodactory by Frof eeaor Mark M. Fteley,
I). D S The aatuBta exaadaaUua will be
held ob f huradsy Oetober id. M IM p la.
For circular of both depart mew It apply tu
Sr. A. FA Kiaa-Dean, T Th'rteaalh at a
w. Oaice hour 9 to 10 a. m. aad 4 to p. in
TelephoueSBS. ap.8-lm.
riws coacoa-AK schcntific school of
J the Columbian l'alerity Thhi auhoot
WlUopea at oVlock p. bj.. OCTOBBB 1.
with Tba follow but couree of teatruotloa,
vis: AU deperuaeau of Jbufllab. Math
talk-. C1 if Bbkuuh rlaa, Chemlatry, Aaeay
lag. Phyake. Mlaeraloay. Freneh, Qermaa.
Stachaahial aad other branchee of drwia.
with letture euaov ou AaUoaoaty. Authro
polocr, Zcolucy. Botany, etc AU etaaaa
eat in tha evcaiaa. aad are open to buth
lexae- For farther taforwattoa apply to tba
Deaa. HnaaMor 8. T. FEtBTOX. iXlt
tia.ta ,
Tlgojianfl iaWtfAU-Y t 8flf. ia
laialerfn asat Vmia&tiau SajBftBtalJbBi fitaakOLaJ.
CatJMCMY O T4UI )HMT CjJHIft1L
Qjiri atomytaaBi f HfcttEttlMMa IMMb9 Uai 9&
Ite alllaWll tWtt tW Bltt-Mla iMtf&a J$SJF
Ufa gltttf. V MafMlaiai W4 aUNtjn MigMB
mmaomm! qgoL lirawtiiif ui lyyif vSElSlal
MilV U I.l-I. I 11 UU. HI I"'
gmm
ms-b)
apiaa ajBflsBaaaB aaaBaaaspsBBf
M"j -j imUfaw ftuoiajr
4PlamVlav BPBfaaF bspbw - -
B W alLVBaTBB.
I birjulUHuJi,
S UZi s Uju.j Ml
A-rttrSIIMKS-nt.
A
LBATjeH'S GRAND OttllK nOLS3
KtWT KrBtn- Wattfipa Situt-ilev
K(tafmfTit of tlw rmlwent romr 1 i '
tn. mh ajiTTn RUS8B1.U tit
5R. Mil. bMITIl mis'"1 ' I 1
urn
IH. SOI, frStfn KUMBLI,
Mwatit . RhMw'a qftalot Comely Dj.i a t,
A POOR RELATION.
MP. Ht'SSSM, a.. . XOAll VL'
Sir lfcwell w 11 ln
THK 01 AND THE MICF.
WACK, QTTACK. AID THK Dl IK.
Itle et wttl htetwde Mt t. nla lii
Ltlllan liWMi Hr. B V. Ttnnclill A fn.1
nnflW'n, Vmnlt 1 awtwi, tc
Mt Wk-COBA TANM!R In ONE K M)A
SEATS NOW OSf S MB.
H
BW NATIONAL TIIBATRB.
F.VKRV KVBSISO TP1R WEEK AT I-
Ale.l'llA aiihis at.'
GtMUdJin brttliKt'eally AOci:.ilr.o
lilnmrh. Ilio
DE WOLF HOPPER
BPIM BQUFFE COMPANY,.
is
CASTLES IN THE AIR
Ity ('. A. l)rtnc ami Gustavo Kcrkcr
lmCB8-SItO,$l,o.aad2ii.
Cn'tlsneiat 1C-I5
Next wek-N. Y. IACBUM TftRATRE.
STOtKCOJll'ANr In "Iho Cnatlfjr IUU "
sKAia ow on salb.
I'.
VtSW NATIONAL TIAATnE.-KXmA.
SFATS NOW ON SALK
For tho Engagement of
DANIIL FltolIMAN'S N&AV TOI1K
Lyceum Thcntrc Company,
Oeo M'tek, Mccilay, Orlol or 6,'
Slatlneofcatanlfty 0n1y
IN
The Charity Ball.
Hy Fctatco and Do Jllllc.
Cast Includes Herbert Kelccy, Nclrt
Wlicatrraft, VV.J.Le Jloyne.CliarlosWnlc itt,
Fritz Wllllarnr. Walter Ilellowt, r.coraU
Cayran, llontktlft Lrawman, Mrs. Chariot
Walcott, Efflo Shannon, Jl". Thomas WHf
fen and c ther.
Tho mot mcrwfnl tly ever protluccJ at
the New York Lyceum 'i heatro ool a
HAIiniS' HMOUTnWATHI5.-Ono Week,
Commcnelnc MONDAY.gEIT 21.
16th Con!CCiitl e Year ot the Eminent Art it.
Ml 1,1 (N isonr,K.
In Lis own famous camedy-drann etl.cil
THE PHOENIX.
The Great Flro Sceto, lho Wordorfnl CUm
bliHK i-cene. nnd "the Villain st.il
rnrniinl llpr."
Next weck-".MY JACK. ' Olfit.
VB.W WASHINOTON
) 1 HEATHE, HTtl 6T.
THIS WKKK-IadIe'.Mn'.lnco Saturday.
Gus Hill's World of Ms,
OUS IIILU
CIIMIL88 II. IIOSY.
I-jUI1HOI)K Illtot-I
Chin, Ed. 1'oger. tnlelle WelMnnton, K.nlllo
l'caro, rha. tl. feymonr, F.J Huber
ami Kl ly Allrne. OUbert Hnmn .
Ihe i:uii, Irild'i" nml Jin o
Next wteK-TO.NY l'ASTOHA COMPANi.
cJ6t
rjin.
KEOLIKN.
Is the Gro&t of All MiuIchI Instrument
Ueoeuso It performs any mnjlo
rora a waits or n ballad to an
overture or a symphony more
beautifully and moro noirly
Ierfect than any other single
instrument.
Tho Aeolian Is not mechanical, bat the
roempulatlcuoritlsso slmplolbata penon
oan let rn to play It with from one to throe
weeks' prnetlce. Your vlult to see this In
strument will bo esteemed a favor at
E. F. DROOP'S,
96 PA. AVE.,
Fole A Rent for Sielnway and Other First'
Class llanos and Orcans.
KIlUOATIONAtV.
1IIK GOI.UMIIIAN UNIVKHSITV.
THE COLUMniAN UNlVEItSITY LAW
SCHOOL.
FACULTY:
JAMES C. WBLL1NO. LUD., PreIdent.
Tbe Hon. JOHN SI HAULAN. LUI1 .
(Associate Jnnleenf the U.H.bupreme Court).
I'rofewor of Constlt utlonal Jurisprudence nnd
of Public and I"rlvate International Law.
Tbe Hon. WALTKlt ti. COX. LUD ,
(Astoolate Justice of huprome Court, Dis
trict of Columbia'.
Frefesror ot the 1 .aw of Ileal and Fersonal
Property, of contracts and of Crimes
and Misdemeanors.
tte Hon w ILLIASI A. St URY. LUD.,
(AMCclate Attorney ueneral of tbe United
Mates).
ProfeMorof Equity JurliprndeJice. of Com
(coo Law aud Equity Pleading and
of tbe 1 aw of Evidence.
Tbe Hon. AUGUSTUS 8. WORTHISGTOV,
(formerly U. 8. District Attorney. District ol
Columbia).
Lecturer on Criminal Pleading aud Practlca
aud on Level Dlblloaraphy.
WIL1JASI F. StATTINULY. EStX,
Lecturer on Practical Commerd 1 LiW,
I1KNKY E. DAVIS, A. M , L'. SI
(Fojmerly AklUBt Attorney of District of
Columbia).
Aielate Proieiior of Practice. Ju.U'QofMv-t
Coett aud Leetureroa tbe Illsturyuf Law.
HOBEIW C FOX. UU D.Trwsur.r
Tbe onetdsir exereiee of tbe Law S( hon!
will take fdece iu tbe Law Lecture IUU of
tbe tuiverily s e ooruer 1Mb and IItn.cts
Bortbw-t, uu WEDNBsjDAY. October 1 at
i o'lloi'k p w.. whea addresses In ex-jh.-1-tua
of l be course of Ieeture will bemi'lo
by tbeFioteswrs and when other anuoum-e
Bests t 111 be uiade for tbe current sibuUuia
year
TLeleciure Coarse of Mr Justice HAB
LAN oa thet'oaeUtetkaalJurluruder of
thel'alted State will beenlariivd aaUi I
be supplemented by a new course on tiul.j
and Private Internal kiaal Law UUk. lines
will be delivered weekly tbroujjb tLe(ufiro
aiholasth yeer
1 be other Professor wiU aaoounce Iho ex
teesk a sivea u their saseral Louxxs.
Ihe law Library, which bus received
larce ddliloii. b opes daily iMinday ex
cepUd) lor study aad reJereace
foeletlvs tor WmI daba'e and asxi.ita
ktady eait as coaaevlfaiB with lie .Uj. 1
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