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If THE WASHINGTON HllGlON HERALD H HALD MOISDA l10 DAt OViJ OUJBER fsBli 8 1906 19O I
MUSTPAY 1ijsi PAY BlLL BlLLerlent BILL BILLthrvelltioll
erveution erlent oIl May Cost Mil Jlillion Million Mi1F ¬
F lion Dollars a Month MonthPEXJIDENT MontlP1t Mouthr MouthPRDENT
r
PEXJIDENT P1t DENT IN BOXER WAiL W1BMilitary W WAiLi11tar A1t A1tHUtary
Military i11tar Expenses EXpeB Exexo oad una nd Cost ofJPro ofJProvisioaai Pro fVrovlsioaa Prodsioal
visioaai Goverwmnt t in Iiir Isl IjslH 1IC to toover toH
H r Mit Ct e Ot f J T1anWs 1tmttff nOli ft06I ft06II
< over overB overRr Me 3M Hb tardot of SHJHC SHJHCsalary Stt c calry
salary As 4t PsS Ps P41gflithia P41gflithiauba iaqBil titJt1Jtii1iuu titJt1Jtii1iuuuba BKGLlfuu BKGLlfuuCuba
Cuba uba xffll be 1 compeBed ed to pay aa in1fl enor enormus fJDDtIn
In mus n I S f film 1DD for the tony which made madeA 18ade1i 4s 4sri
A 1i Tics ri a 1 intervention necessary The TheTrrs TIler
Trrs r > rs r ttfU 4fl is z now growingvj v ow1nrzt the rate ratejJSOtt rateOC rate5O
jJSOtt 5O OC I a day and this figure will be berr ber
rr r i uriaily lral ra ly advanced wben Governor Ma MaP Kans
P ons > TI c regime te to effective e ectlve operation operationrne operations1ry
rne r r e siJary allowance of Governor GoV DOr Ma Man 1In
< In n hits h s been fixed at VMM a year yearj
7 j s is L i the t I he same as the salary paid Presl Presld PresiPcIIfl
d nt Palma P PcIIfl dma General Wood under the themilitary then11lit1ry theP
military P occupation was allowed 85009 85009a 1Ii 5OOG 5OOGa
a year ir in addition to the pay and allow allowance allownee allowa ¬
ance a nee It of a major general of volunteers voluateersThis witeenrhis volunteersf
This f l is brought the aggregate compeasa compeasariin eompeual compensahn
l riin hn n to nearly the 5 25089 OOO mark markAs marks markan
As s an absolute atoi ruler uier accountable only onlyt
t the President Pr eideut Governor ovemor Magoon may mayTrake mayi maykc
Trake i a kf the theadditional additional bill either huge or orsmH orJl orsnzdl
smH Jl n for Cuba He may surround rronM him hfans himIt
s < if with all kinds of highpriced Jd highpdnedoc1aio highpdnedoc1aioC hprlee4 officiate officiateor
J C or I limit the number n Cuba Cui win have havey no nowhatever DOy
> y whatever 1 IJf fixing flzhigt the pnce pncep pe sue s must arastp mustpiy
p piy > y for ror e1IIIc 4be be nraafc fDrntohed by tater taterTho biterntion satervfltjOfl
vfltjOfl ntion
K Hea lte Itnias of o JIxJeJl6e JIxJeJl6eTh XPCROC XPCROCT
Tho Th T 1w military expenses incurred will be heliyond beIiJnd beyorid
liyond IiJnd yorid the control of the theT governor governorT overaor overaorT
T st now no approximate te tfOOO 000 a day In Inaitlition 1Baddition Ina
addition a k1itin XJuartermaster uartermaater General Hum Humpr Humprty Humpry
pr pry y is l paying DC about 11iOO f500 1OO a day for forirmsports tort
irmsports t r l nsports It to estimated that the de deti de dei dojt
ti i it in In the item Item of transportation for the themy tbeI they
my I y win be at least 30 30 a head for each eachtijoper eacht
tijoper t j IJoper oper in the army of intervention or orKKregate orl oraggrete
KKregate l te of JISOOW 008 Tide win all be bearged beirged berged
arged rged to the government of Cuba Lit and andi anditbepa1doutofltstreaaury
i itbepa1doutofltstreaaury ust it be paid oat of its treasury It Itmust must musta
a 1 so O Day D 1 for all 11 the provender consumed consumedi
i i > the t t 25to 508 animals sent to Cuba CubaA Ca Caprecedent CUbeprecedent
A precedent for this thl action to found to toth IIIt
th t L k Boxer uprising u ntq cf MM IJO The United Unitedits UDttedIll
its Ill tt teBdefedCtdaa tOfldorQdCbIU tendered China a bin covering the thee thep
k e p nse of sending its quota of soldiers and andrtriits andLiIlU andr
r rtriits irits to the relief of the besieged leya leyai 1eIpLjwlf iea ieai
i jwlf i r rr rs S at Pekln The Th bill was made e com comjra eom eomIitively
Iitively 3 jra lively t small because pay was not notikfd notkJ
ikfd 1 khi for the troops for the time they re rer roe roer rer
r ired j ied > d in China The Government offl offlis oml
l U is then thf > n held that the cost of the miD militiy miDUY millI
tiy I y establishment for maintenance ma would wouldvt
1 vt V t been just the same If the troops had hadr
r L r gone there and China was not asked askedi eel eeltl
i tl p pay y salaries salariesi
> n Ii i the baste of present pr plans for com cotariittd comrdttd cornri1
riittd ri1 td interveation and following the theTI therrEdent therredent
TI rrEdent cedent df f the Boxer uprising UJftIIqlt it to BOW BOWimputed DOWputed nowt
< imputed puted that Cuba will be required to tory tory tory
ry Wfo800 ii > jOOW a a month for the service being betogiiired IJeIDclhreJ beingrkred
iiired by the United States StatesKrhela StatesCUBAII StatesCUBAS
CUBAII CLASH AT G1ITIES G1ITIESnrbela 1LIJSIebel
Krhela Fall a Volunteers aa and T SHieA SHieAFimt Sk SkFint kcsl kcslFitat
Fimt Bluasl flIus eII Slacc lattcr lat latILana Lnterrcatlo LnterrcatloUavana evttoK evttoKHvana
Hvana ILana Oct 7 iThe The Srst rst outbreak of ofnstquence oflqU oft
t nstquence lqU qu stoce the th Intervention ec ecd oe oell sctI
< d late tonight at Guinea A de deviuent de delllent dcI
viuent I we n of General Asberts troopsjen troopsjenT troops 011 011i
T L1 i the town town bent Dton on trouble troublermipes The Thetl j jJ
J IJ tl there a disarmed body of Colonel Colonelc ColoneltrnipeV
c trnipeV rmipes n m volunteers 9Olaateen upon wbonvUtey wbonvUteyightway whemtheytrghtW e etghtwu
tghtwu trghtW ightway felL A lively fight Ibaowod Ibaowodwch ftl icd ooiL ooiLj
1 wch four urdfthe of the raltttia were were badly badlyfiid badlyJell badlyU
fiid < Jell U d with fth machetes One of them te tetcted illt ieeted
tcted t cted to die The volunteers fled ed to torotection torotec toprotection
protection > rotection rotec on of a small detachment of efrican ofrican ofriCafl
rican marines who quelled the fight fightW tighthUJM flghtfr
fr W o > hundred more marines will be hei beto
< i 1 to Guines tomorrow Gen Funs Funsnd JIunad Punsnd
nd d CoU oI Bstram Estrames > es will accompany accompanThe accompanyThe acoompanyThe
The town is a reported to be to an IIla anCOmitttO anur
la ur
urcommittee committee representing repreentI the AlDer Aaaers
s living li vin on the Isle of Pines to en enway DwaJ onway
way to Havana to present to Gov Govt
t and Mr Bacon then views vteq regard regardthe repnIthe regardthe
the islands future They have e nov lie lieJ novI
J 1 propositions to make but they are arebased areliased re rehased
based on the complete separation of ofIsle ofIil ofIe
Isle Iil of Pines from Cuba The Amer Amercontend Amern mer merns
n ns < contend that since Cuba has failed failediur tnUedI failedir
I iur 1 r to govern herself he he to I not com comnt comJt cornit
> > nt Jt to govern them themnt themBe themRegmiara
Be Regmiara a1 Reisak eaek JIaVILJI JIaVILJIilt IIaraaat <
ilt nt t first United States regulars to ar arin arJ arin
J in Cuba landed to Havana Ha tocIa tocIar today todayI
I r fy f y were put ashore at the Paula PaulaUhurf Paulahrf Paulav
Uhurf v hrf h rf and entrained Immediately on onikctric onI ondetric
ikctric I hc trie cars can which hIch carried them to Camp CampAjumbia CamPlumbia Campumbla
Ajumbia AjumbiaTh lumbiaT umbla umblaT
Th T h he < regulars were the detachment 1It which whicheft wbicJIeft whiche
eft e ft New York Tuesday on the transport transportiumner traJIaportumner transportirnner
iumner umner and consisted co slated of the Second ond Bat Battalion Batdlioh Bata1iOfl ¬
talion of Engineer En from Washington WashingtonD W Waa3UntonIi
D C under Major Patrick and the theFirst thePIst theEirt
First and Second battalions b of the Fifth FifthRojriment Fifthr Fifthlgiment
Rojriment r giment of Infantry 1Dta 7 from Plattsburg PlattsburgThere PIatbbursTbre PlattaburgTltre
There were also aao detachments of signal signalvorps llicnalorps signaloxps
vorps orps and hospital men The traIuIportfI transportssEage transports transportspassage
fI passage sage from New York was unevent uneventful 1IDeventfu1 unevent1u ¬
ful 1u and the force of nearly one 0n thou thousand thoum thound ¬
sand m nd mea was landed on foreign shores shoreswithout sboreswithout shoreswithout
without a mishap The landing of the thei thef
i f F guiars this morning marked the first firstappearance firstdppearard rst rstrpearanc
appearance rpearanc of the American soldiers mv mvl 1iliI ancoLors
l r colors < olor to a foreign country since nce the theChina theina thetLina
China ina campaign of 190L 190LAt 1901t ISOI ISOIt
At t Camp Columbia there are now ea eaW5ATHEE eat eatWEATEn enwATH
W5ATHEE wATH GOHDITI01TS GOHDITI01TSV
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parts 1rtsoitheaun 1rtsoitheaundeprii of the t e ooontry ooontrys
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i I DakotAs Lkakot > afcatos awiunrara iontflWl to tbe Tcxaa Panhandle Panhandlei
i t t it ha hu < net at as yet caused precipitation JlftC puaUrn Ia of otwifl COD caariii CODf
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camped 1300 soldiers and marines the thearrival thearrlftl thearrival
arrival of the Sumner outfit bringing bringingthe brlnclngthe bringingthe
the total to that number numberTbe numberThe numberThe
The armored cruiser Brooklyn arrived arrivedthis IUTivedthis arrivedthis
this afternoon with a large complement complementof
of hiarfnea hiarfneaThe Inarrn InarrnThe tuarineThe
The disarming of the insurgents and aadgovernment aa4govcmment andgovernment
government volunteers has been about aboutcompleted aboutcompleted aboutcompleted
completed and was very successful so sofar 80tar 50far
far as its accomplishment without serious seriousdisturbances seriousI seriousdisturbances
disturbances d is concerned The absence absenceof ab8enceof absenceof
I of trouble however does not tell the thewhole thewhole thewhole
whole story The officers Intrusted with withthe WitbI Withthe
the work ark believe that not more than for forty fort forty ¬
I ty t per cent of the arms carried by b in insurgents 111sur Insurts ¬
sur surgents ts during the revolution was hand handed baD4e4 handed
ed over The balance of the rtfes which whichnaturally whichnaturally bleb blebnaturally
naturally were Mausers and other sport sporting qortinc sportlag ¬
inc and military weapons of modern modernmake modemmakf modernmake
make have been secreted by the Cubans CubansWhile CubaDLWhile CubansWhile
While the retention of many guns was wasnaturally wasIV1 wasnaturally
naturally IV1 turaJly to be expected the high per percentage percentap peroenthge ¬
centage is I considered portentous portentousBoth portentousBoth portentousBoth
Both among the Americans now in Ha Havana Havana 11 11vans ¬
vana and Cubans of intelligence there thereis thenfa thereIs
is a general lack of confidence in the per permanence permanence permaccues ¬
manence of tranquflUty in the islands at affairs atfaIra atfolrs ¬
fairs
FTTffSTOff TO DIRECT MARINES MARINESColmtcl MARINESColonel
Colonel Waller Ordered to Repert Repertt
t to G GeIIeral Keritl with KlM CCHUHHHI CCHUHHHICol OeR1BlaadCot CeutneaRdeel
Cot I L ie W T WaDer who to to com command comII corniiiaod ¬
mand II of the marines to Cubs CaM has been beenordered beenoidered beenoldered
ordered by the Navy Deparoneat to re report re report yeport ¬
port to Brig Gen Fuaston with his entire entireHereafter eDt1remlllnd entireHereafter
mlllnd mlllndHeratter
Hereafter the marines will operate te under underthe undertbe underthe
the direction of Gen Funstoa who 110 to to tohave tohave tohave
have command of all our mfiftary force forcen forceIi
Ii n the island islandE 1e1aDdTHE In1adTHE
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when the reading public was taforawd taforawdthat lDforaedtbat biformadthat
that the first Issue would 0uJ4 appear aear early to toOctober IDOet InOctober
October It to now D W October S and D4ttM here hno to tothe Isthe
the paper in all the pride of new dress dressfresh dresstrh dressfresh
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ping for the moment the center of the theJournalistic tileJounaaUadc thejournalistic
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The Herald to published at 7M I Fifteenth Fifteenthstreet reteeetJat Vlfteenthstreet
street t to the premises formerly known knownas kDowutlK knownas
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leased and fitted up into a comfortable comfortableand ClHBfortab1eanet comfortableand
and convenient newspaper home The TheHerald TbeHerald TheHerald
Herald Building was formerly an office officeand oaceaDd oco ocoand
and apartment house aDd for a long time tinesheltered timesheltft4 timesheltered
sheltered the Washington W bureau of the theNew tbeNew theNew
New York Herald HeraldThe HeraldTIle HeraldThe
The new ne plant occupies practically practicaythree practieaJbthnie practicallythree
three floors of the structure aDd ha baa all allthe aDthe allthe
the appurtenances of a modern well wellequipped wellequipPfti wellequipped
equipped office of publication pubUcat1oDThe publicationThe publicationThe
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To the left n as one enters te the business bal balomee bualnomomee businessoffice
omee where the th > business manager IIIDqeIhb and andhist andhis
his corps of assistants us t3nu bookkeepers and andclerks aa4cier andclerbi
clerks cier can be found In this room also te tethe 18the Isthe
the telephone switchboard which bIcIa con connects COD CODn connects ¬
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buU building DIr and the outside exchange exchangeOpposite excbaDCepoeite exchangeOppoIte
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desks of the reporters and the copy eos Y table tableHere tablethe tableHere
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the feaDpenings enJnp 01 the Capital City and andwhip andhIp andwhip
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with his assistants gives Ives attention to the theeditorial theecI1tori1 theeditorial
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headQuarters of the advertising 8iD depart department departJIK1It departmeat ¬
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posing ng room Here is assembled a com complete eomplete cornplete ¬
plete outfit for printing printing the paper Lino Linotype LIpo LIpotpe Lipotype ¬
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stereotyping apparatus the busy ear earner carner corncr ¬
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beneath the composing room Here Is toinstalled IsiutalJed IsInstalled
installed a Hoe H 6 quadruple press with ith a acapacity acapacity acapacity
capacity of 2460 1A f4d aa hour It to operated operatedby operatedb operatedby
by b the Kohler system of electricity electricitywhich electricitywh1ch electrldtywhich
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the absolute control of its operators For Forexample Foresam Forexample
example esam e if a a man on one side de of the thepress tilepress thepress
press sees something out of order by bypressing bpressfnc bypressing
pressing a button he can stop the ma machine machine machine ¬
chine instantly without giving alarm alanDc3ll1n5 or orcalling orcalling
calling to anybody else This arrange arrangement arransement arrangemerIt ¬
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In the second story of the building are aregathered a18ptbend aregathered
gathered the edtfortal f writers the t1Iemauc dra dramatic dramatic ¬
matic society and sportingthe sporting editors aDd aadthe aDdthe
the special writers on politics Jl ad kin kindred kin kincIftd kindYed ¬
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the home of The Herald is of a a charac character cbaJtacter characicr ¬
ter to produce the best results In Jour Journalistic JowaaURlc journallatic ¬
nalistic work workLast workLast workLast
Last night the new plant was pat to tothe tothe tothe
the test of actually getting pt out the new newpaper De Depaper newpper
paper When the machinery fthi was put t In tomotion Inuonthe Inmotion
motion uonthe the whole plant set about the thetask tiletask thetask
task of getting getth ant the first tosue Id without withouta
a hitch An onlooker might have imag imagined imqtiled Imagmed ¬
tiled that The Herald had been published publsbeddaily publisheddaily publisheddaily
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MILTON E AILES VbePm Vner hue Ktl N Baak
CHARLES J BELL Ptkt PtktHEWRY PresideatHElQY Presi eat eatHENRY
HENRY F BLOUNT Y Vice Pnwlart PnwlartSAMUEL PraillcacSAMUEL FnideatSAMUEL
SAMUEL S BURDETT BURDETTALBERT IawJw LwyetALBERT
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Representative aewUve James J a S Sherman of ofNew otNew ofNew
New York YGrlt chairman of the Republican RepublicanCongressional RepublicanCoqreaet RepublicanCongressional
Congressional Coqreaet ma1 campaign committee committeeIn wasIn was wasto
In Washington yesterday and last night nighthe nIghtbe ht hthe
he dined with the President at the White WhiteHouse WhiteBoDe WhiteHouse
House After dinner he and the Prod President Frl4ent Proddent ¬
dent held a long conference on the de developments de develepments dovelopmentl
velopments and prospects of the cam campaiga camMr campSigS
paiga Mr Roosevelt Is manifesting JDaDIMttabeD a akeen akeen
keen interest in the contest for con control COlttrot controt ¬
trot of the next House aad white he heshares MsbaNli heshare
shares with Chairman Sherman and other othermanagers othermanera otbormanagrrs
managers of the campaign committee the theconfident ue uecontldeD thecon11den
confident belief that the Republicans will willtriumph willtriumph willtriumph
triumph in the Congressional elections electionsnext eJectionsA electionsnext
next month IIKmtb it Is said that he also alsoagrees a1aoacrees alsoagrees
agrees with them that the margin of oftheir oftheir oftheir
their control m In the House of the Six Sixtieth SIxtieth Sixtieth ¬
tieth Congress will not be nearly so solarge 80larJre solarge
large as 8 it to at present presentThe preantTbe presentThe
The President and bin political advisers advisersrecognise advisersrecognise vteera vteerarecocnJM
recognise that the huge majority of their theirparty theirparty theirparty
party in the present p t House te due to tothe totbe tothe
the unusual political conditions of the thecountry theCOUDtry thecountry
country in 1804 UCM resulting In a complete completelandslide completeIaDdIlI conpletelandslide
landslide for them They The confidently contIde tly ex expect expect oxpoet ¬
pect however to win the next House Houseby HOU8Iby Houseby
by a safe working majority majorityTe majorityT majorityTo
Te T Keep Fre President Went Posted PostedMr IostcdMr PotcdMr
Mr Shermans visit of yesterday to not notregarded DOtrecanJed notregarded
regarded as of special significance It Itonly te teonly Isonly
only one of several he has made to toe toePresident UaePresident thePresident
President since the opening opeDI of the cam campaign CUDen ¬
paign 5 and he wffl ffl continue from time timeto timeto timeto
to time to cil l on Mr Roosevelt until untilthe anUIthe untilthe
the close of the contest and report to Mm Mmpersonally JIImpelllOMD Mmpereonolly
personally the condition Del outlook outlookOne oatJoo1tODe outlookOne
One pblnt of general aeaerallntereai interest which whichprobably wbIcJaJIIObabIJ whichprobably
probably was definitely settled at the con conference c0nference conference ¬
ference last night which hich lasted more morethan morethan morethan
than two hours Is that President Reese Roosevelt Roaeevdt Reesevolt ¬
volt will not take the stump In New NewI lewYork NewYork
I York or elsewhere Great pressure has hasbeen bubeen baabeen
been brought to bear upon the President Presidentto
to deliver one or more speeches to New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York State but he has firmly declined to torespond toft8OI1d torespond
respond to this demand de He seems ma to be beconvinced becoavlDced beconvinced
convinced primarily that there te no ne necessity De Deceulty noceselty ¬
cessity for him thus actively to partici participate participate partlelpate ¬
pate in the campaign campa in New York or orelsewhere orelsewhere orelsewhere
elsewhere and and secondarily it to 1 known knownthat knownthat D Dthat
that Mr Roosevelt believes that stump stumpspeaking 8tUIII 8tUIIIki stumpspeaking
speaking ki 1 Is not compatible with the dig dignity dieDlt diinty ¬
nity Dlt of bit office officeMay 08tcelay omceXn
May Xn S Send iMl Letter LetterIt LetterII LetterIt
It to 1 regarded ed as probable that he may maywrite 1887write maywrite
write a characteristic letter for publica publication pubIIeatIon pubilcatiohl ¬
tion dealing with the issues m Ja New York Yorkaad Y Yorkand Ik Ikad
ad appealing J strongly for conservative conservativecttteens 0DUeIfttIftc1ttseM conservativecitizens
cttteens of an parties p rtte to support Repub Republican BepabUcaA Bepublican ¬
lican candidates and principles all over overthe OYWthe overthe
the country this year Just as he has hasalready baaalready hasalready
already appealed to the people to re retarn roe roeturn return
turn a Republican House H on the record recordof rICOIdof recordof
of achievements of the present House In tothe Inthe Inthe
the letter which he addressed to Rep Representative R RreaentaUe Representalive ¬
resentative Watson of Indiana but It Itto itis
to understood that there te no likelihood likelihoodof
of the President nt exerting his influence influencea iJlauenceit
a it 1 any liter af thor her way In this tIdala campaign campaignTher
Ther 1 Democratic liemocra IIIOeIa tic campaign text I6Ufill tj tjwe Beak Beakwas
we was pa of the ti subjects subJectao subJectaoamcit1letwerthe of oflaalnit dtscoa dtscoalast
last laalnit ittgaVtetweetrthe betweeitthe President PresidentSherman t tShennu and andSherman
Sherman though the latter would not notgive notgte notgive
give the least intimation as to the trend trendthfe tIeD4of trendof
of thIs th discussion dtscuis or what 1rIratDodceU notice 1f any anyi y
i is to be taken takeaot of It by him aDd his as associate 8 8eociat asocito ¬
sociate managers managersMr manaprsMr managersMr
Mr Sherman will return to t his head headquarters headquarteTS beadquarters ¬
quarters in New York today and may mayreturn mayretuIl mayreturi
return to Washington within the next nextfortnight MStfortnlgt nextfortnigbt
fortnight for another conference with withthe withthe withthe
the President PresidentSenator PresIcIeutSeDator PresidentSenator
Senator Pearoee was one en of the Presi Presidents Pn8Idnt Piesidents ¬
dents dnt callers yesterday He said that thatwhile thatwhUe thatwhile
while he beifeved the Republicans will willlose willlose willlose
lose several Congressmen Co e the loss will wfflbe willbe willbe
be made up elsewhere elsewhereY else1Vl1ereY elsewhereY
Y I a aWith C A A AL UiUET
L eni 1 hlsetes Hs Season 1 New fswIa
1 Ia Putt Swing SwingWith Ja JaWIth I
With the opening openIngS openIngSof of the Evening E Etate lasti lastitvte Jjtute
I
tate of the Young Mens Christian ChrIstianelation Asso Association Aaoc1atlcn ¬
elation last week the Inauguration of the theBiblestudy the theBiblestudy theBiblestudy
I
Biblestudy plans on Friday evening with withBig withBlg
Big 1 Bob Galley the famous Prhicetea Prhiceteacenter Prlncetiicenter Q Qceater i
center rush as principal speaker sad the tIaeformal theformal
I formal beginning of gymnasium classes classesthis eIaaeatI classesthis
this morning DIr at 1030 10 the Washington WashingtonYoung WuldDCtoDYOURS WashingtonYoung
Young Mens Men Christina Association win wtIIIn be beto behi
to full swing for a a great season Prepa Preparations Preparations Propsrations ¬
rations for the largest year in its history historyhave hllJtw7have historyhave
have been in progress ea foe several months monthsThe IIIOIIthne monthsThe
The secretaries and committee eommIt have been beenaa beenas beenas
as busy for the past thirty days as the thebusiest thebuieat thebaiet
busiest commercial house in Washington Washingtoncoald WAIIIIIIactcmcould WashingtoncouId
could be be putting up the details of the fall fallcampaign faDcampaJ fallcampaign
campaign campaignThe campaignThe a aThe
The Evening Institute IB now nowas recognised recognisedas
as among e the leading lead educational institu institutions iutit1ltto Instttloi ¬
tions tloi te the city It Itwu was begun twenty twentyeight twentteJelat twentyeight
eight years ago and has been growing growingsteadily growingsteadily
steadily every year especially ia1ly with the
Impetus given it In the dya of Secretary
James Pugh in the old New York avenue
building buildingNo bu buildingNo dJngNo
No admission mcamtnarion tmUB is required requiredand lWIUiNdaDd requiredand
and the work ark carried on is elective so sothat sothat sothat
that a young man can take the studies he
finds beat adapted to help him on in his hischosen hischosen
chosen work Last year chemistry cbemlBt 17 was wasadded w wadded
added to the curriculum and this thl 1 year yearphysics yearpbysics yearphysics
physics and higher mathematics through throughcalculus tbvougbcalculus
calculus A total of ov over r fifty classes are n
jnew I new scheduled One the best things thingsi t thingsthe hinP I
i i the Young YOUD Moire Christian Chrl tlan Association Aaoda n Is isdoing
i doing doln < in ita afcjslcal rslcal caI work beside QdtF the thegeneral thegene thegeneral
general gene gynjMattaia and aD d basket ball I Is the theteaching tbei theteaching
i teaching ofMsasftlag 0 There Is no swim swlmj swl swlj swimming
j min ming POQHKmp pooju ali ap perfectly rfeettt raala Jil JilI
1 ttalnedou I talned outside ou Sfle T rtL This is all allfree
I free to memhgai mem It i st fcl lleuiection nectlon with withthe withtbe withthe
the SwlmDL SwlmrnIng wlmmlnrej > ft TSBliJPilijIg Club CIv b is isI Isa isa
I a very valuable Iuable feaiaiiii jC c tgji raining jrnlntnrIn rainingIn n nIn
In the bowling alleys aile leaviMKv it l jM ready lroadyat
I at work and th the 014 oldtftaj jjfliiiiim heke hekeHanmsr i > jlTrr jlTrrHanmer ke keI
I Hanmer > r and Gould are arethe arethe e aW9i llar llarthe
the condition of the aJIysIn alleys alliysIn r YVS
In the building for boys t t thO lajr laiI r rand af afand it itand
and manage a little paper paperIngton caJletlrliwJKfciii caJletlrliwJKfciiitagton callCdt callCdtIngton
Ington Boys boy and the whole atmeMpsl atmeMpslof a aof atn atnof
of the cabinet room is bustaest3ial bwdn bwdnTheyre bUSIDeI p
Theyre all boys and they have nac n aid aaetof iIItof aidof
of good times in their building bUtldm wbSca wbi ia iaso
80 well fitted for a club of their own ownThe ownThe ownThe
The formal inauguration of the fast fastmembership ftdImemberhip fk1memberthip
membership campaign will take place placenext placenext placenext
next Wednesday Yfdnc day night at the annual annualdinner annualdinner annuaIdinner
dinner and reunion to be > presided over overby overby overby
by President Pres dct S W Woodward WoodwardPRESIDENT WoodwardPRESIDENT WoodwardPRESIDENT
PRESIDENT AT CHURCH CHUSCHI emmCR11fr
I 11fr Mr and lira IrA R0 ft xsvelt oeeveitEthel < m aBel il Miss MissEthel I1 H HEtJacl
Ethel at Grace Cknrcli CknrcliPresident ClulcllPresklent ClutrejaPresident
President Roosevelt and family were wereseen wereseen wereseen
seen yesterday esterd for the first time since sincetheir sincetheir sincetheir
their return from their summer home in inOyster InO InOyster
Oyster O ster Bay in their accustomed accustom pew w in inthe Inthe Inthe
the Grace Reformed Church ChurchThe ChurchThe ChurchThe
The Rev Rc Dr Schaick took as his text textThe textThe text11The
The quest of James and John to to take the theright theright theright
right of Jesus Christ In glory After Afterthe Afterthe Afterthe
the services the th President and Mrs MrsRoosevelt MrsRooscvel MrsRoosevelt
Roosevelt accompanied accomp nied by Miss Ethel Etheltook Ethetook Ethertook
took a long walk before returning to the theWhite tbeWhite theWhite
White House for dinner I
EEAEST CONFIDENT CONFIDENTOOKTINDID CONFIDENT CONFIDENTOOlINUED CONFIDRNTCOIITIIIUZD
OOKTINDID FHOM FIRST IAGB IAGBI I1GBbe LAGEbe
I be a a very clever campaigner His recep reception recepUon recaption ¬
tion In Brooklyn must have gratified idod him himgreatly himgrltl7 himgrettly
greatly His remarks are original epi epigrammatic epiGrIIIIIIaUe epigrmmatle ¬
grammatic and anddlgnlfled dignified aad he e displays displaysa
a great sense of humor Such expres expressions expriSsons ¬
sons as No government by headline headlinelira beadllneure headlinesgre
lira being befn caught up and passed along alongby alongby alongby
by all the newspapers that support him himIliggins 111mIlIggIns himIlIgins
Iliggins Men on Ticket TicketLittle TicketLittle TlcketLittle
Little or nothing nothln is being beln said about aboutthe aboutthe aboutthe
the balance of the State State ticket on either eitherside eitherside eitheraids
side The whole interest at this time is iscentered fscentered Iscentered
centered in the bead of the tickets and andthe andUte andthe
the balance of the nominations are rush rushed rushed rushed ¬
ed through without any 7 consideration by bythe bythe bythe
the delegation Of course all the nomi nominees nominees nomilees ¬
nees on the Republican ticket except Mr MrHughes MrHughes tItRugbea
Hughes are Higgins Hi tus men men and It will be betheir betheir betheir
their idea to perpetuate the rule of that thatfaction thatfaction thatfaction
faction of the party at Albany AlbanyAs AbaIlYA AlbanyAs
As to th the Democratic ticket It is soma somawhat somawhat somewhat
what of a mystery as to how the candi candidates dtelates cand1dates ¬
dates were chosen It has been discov discovered tIJeoyWed diseorseed ¬
seed Wed however that the candidate for forState f forState r rState
State treasurer Julius Hauser Is a baker bakerin bakerfn bakerin
in a a little village of Sayvllle Long Loa Island Islandand landand Islandand
and that he h was chosen at the order of ofi ofdr ofMr
i Mr Murphy because he is a German Mr MrRanier Ir IrHaueer
1 Hanser does not know Mr Murphy and andMr andMr andMr
Mr Murphy does not know him Mr MrHauser MrHaueer ir irHauser
Hauser did not attend the convention conventionand CObvenUonand conventionand
and knew nothing about his nomination nominationuntil nomlnatJonuntil nominationuntil
until the fact was telegraphed to him himHe bJmHe himHe
He says his nephew will run the bake bakeshop bakeabop bakeshop
shop If be is elected This will leave Mr MrHauser fIrHaUMr MrHauser
Hauser free to attend to the duties of ofState ofState ofSte
State Ste to treasurer treasurerThe treaeurerThe treasurerThe
The information was as banded oat at the thecommittee tlMcommittee thecommittee
committee State headquarters in the Vic Victoria Victoria Vietoila ¬
toria Hotel that ia lieu of campaign lit literature literature literature ¬
erature this fall WttUam R Hearst is to toprint toprint toprint
print daily from this time to election day daya dayL
a 100000 copies of ti newspapers ad aadthat adthat ad adthat
that they are to be sent into every county countyof I Iof
of the State StateIt StateIt StateIt
It was decided by those e in authority at atheadquarters atheadquarters i
headquarters that such a method d of cam campaigning e8mJN campeiguing ¬
paigning JN nc would be the least expensive expensivetried expeaatyetried expensivetried
tried in years Mr Hearsts Hearst friends h1en said saidthat uJdthat saidthat
that the Idea was borrowed from the theHon theHon theHon
Hon Whitelaw Reid candidate for Vice VicePresident VicePresident leePresident
President in the Republican campaign of ofwho ofl2
1882 who contributed to the national cam campaign campaIgn campaign ¬
paign that year 75000 copies of tbe weekly
Tribune TribuneHTJHES TrIbuneHUGHES TribuneHUGHES
HUGHES TALKS TO YOUNG MEN MENCandidate MENC MENCandhitatc
Candidate C ndIclatc Makes a XonFolitlcal XonFolitlcalArtilraKS sonPolItIcalAddross OllPoUtloalthlr6Ki
ArtilraKS IH CarROirlc Hall HallNew UaUNew hailNew
New York Oct 7 7ore More than X 1 170QDC 2151 2151young M Myoung
young men turned out at Carnegie Hall Hallthto Halltht8 Hailthis
this afternoon to hear Charles E E EdeJIftr TTqg Hughes Hughesdeliver g gdettrer
deliver a nonpolitical JIODpoHUeallUldr address The meet meeting JIIMtIDC meethog ¬
hog was held under the auspices of f the theWest theWest theWest
West Side Branch of the T M K C CaDd i iand i iand
and Mr Hughes appeared in accordance accordancewith accordaDcewith accordancewith
with aa engagement eD which he had made madebefore madebetore madebefore
before he was nominated for f r governor governorBesides I I8MI4ea governorBesides
Besides Mr Hughes address the pro programme procramme pangramme ¬
gramme of the meeting included the ron rendition IftdfUon rondIllon ¬
dIllon of Mendelssohns oratorio Elijah Elijahby ElIjahby Elijahby
by the New York Festival Chorus of ofmore otmore ofmore
more than 200 voices under the direction directionof
of TaU Eeen Morgan Morp Mr Hughes de delivered de deUveft4 doIlvered ¬
livered his address to the IntermIssIon mtenateslonbetween tatenaJalonbetWHA IntermIssIonbetween
between the first and second part of the theoratorio theoratorio theoratorio
oratorio oratorioAlthough oratorioAlthoulrb oratorioAithoogh
Although It was Mr Mrdesire Hasher expressed expresseddesire exprieseddesire
desire that there should be nothing of ofapecIa1 a aspecial aspecial
special nature about the meeting mee it was wasobvious WIoltvious wasobvious
obvious how the crowd of young men menfelt JDenfelt menfelt
felt toward Mr Hughes As he appeared appearedthrough appearedthroWb appearedthrough
through an entrance near the stage their theirenthusiasm theireDUnum theirenthusiasm
enthusiasm got the better of them lad aadthe ladthe andthe
the big ia1l < all rang with cheers cbeers He was wasInterrupted wasInterrupted wasInterrupted
Interrupted frequently in the course of ofhto orhis ofhis
his speech with applause Ills advice to tothe tothe tothe
the young men was for them first of all allto allto allto
to maintain their selfrespect selfrespectAmertcaRK urapectAJROrtcaB selfrespectAmericans
Americans Sot ot Money JladlDcldeJata07 Madincidentally Hind Hindi
i Incidentally be gave his view oa the thei theovenrortted theoverworked
i overworked observation that the Amen American AJaerIcaD Amencan ¬
can people are moneymad moneymadMr mODeYma4fro
Mr fro Hughes was introduces by Wil William WIIItam Wil11am ¬
liam M Ktogsley chairman of the West WestSide w wS14e WestS14sdi
Side S14sdi Biasjch ana Said 8aMhs 8aMhsThs he V If Ifn f fi
i The Ths M C A t a J aa aaJ ano 4 4p
o p apt t take aa active ve part partpresenting panIIeo ikiI4
tpnaieut1ng presenting tae IIeo saeskker ekcr br arnoL M now nowa DO DOa noVa
a candidate for office we do not pre present pre pre8eDt prosent ¬
sent him as a candidate or aa expressing expressinghy ex expressingahy
ahy hy political p llt1calpreferenee preference We WelDYitecllaIID Invited him himlong himlong
long before he became a candidate for forollce for015cc
office because we e believed in him and andadmired andadm1recl andadmired
admired him and nothing has happened happenedsince happeDedInce happenedsince
since he has gone into politics to cause ca caus causeus
us to change our opinion of him 11ImWbeI1 himWhen
When Mr Hughes stepped to the front trentof frontof
of the platform the young men again apIDbroke againbroke againbroke
broke out In applause applauseMr applauseMr applauseMr
Mr Hughes said In part pi 1 I shall not notspeak notapeak notspeak
speak this afternoon with reference to tothrift tothrift tothrift
thrift and perseverence with reference to tethe totile tothe
the necessity De < WIty of hard work work of unremit unremitting unreenittthgenor ¬
ting tthgenor en mi or
1 wi w14 r thor draw dra your attention to tosomething toMlDetbJ toOmethIb
MlDetbJ something more ore Important We have been beenaccused beeneeuM beenaccused
accused at times rather thoughtlessly of ofhaving ofb9IDa ofbaring
having money m as our God It has been beeDaid beensaid
said that the American people are affect affected dected ¬
ed with moneymadness mo I think it to a athoughtless
thoughtless observation While doubtless doubtlessall doubtleaaaU doubtlessall
all desire a fair share of the comforts ot otute otlife
life even eveaot of the luxuries of life all desire desireto deetreto desireto
to maintain a high standard of living all aUdesire alldesire
desire those things which go to make life lifeeasy Dteeasy lit liteasy
easy and free from petty aiYances aiYanceslame nzyancesissue uo yances yancesthere
lame there are are no doubt doubtIIa8DY many in num numDIED DUIBDIED nurnDIED
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Greater Washingtons Greatest Sto Sw4e e fQr Men and Boys now nowextends nowextends nowextends
extends a cordial greeting to you in jtime time of peace as sincerely sincerelyas
as it bade bad you godspeed in 98 If we Van serve you youIct let us
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CHINA CHINAFURNITURE CHINAFURNITURE CHINAFURNITURE
FURNITURE FURNITUREPLATE FURNITUREPLATE FURNITUREPLATE
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It is not so remarkable an achievement to serve s serewell rVe well the lie man manwho m mwho maiiwho
who pays from twentyfive to fifty dollars for his uit t Much Muchbeating Minchbeating Muchbeating
beating of drums and costly advertising to the contraryVmdfewgth contraryVmdfewgthstanding contrar contraryiaotwithstanding tiW ith ithstanding
standing Tho there is is such a thing th as Saksdistinctiv Sa di8tinCtiv sito sitobe tto ttobe o obe
be seriously figured with even then thenOur en t IOur t tOur
Our boast is is that we excel in in the suits we offer to the man wi wieither WI iv iveither t teither
either cares or can afford to pay only fifteen dollars dollarsOn dollarsOn dollarsOn
On that point we have brought to bear the full force of ofth ofthwhole the thewhole th thwhole
whole Saks organization organizationtill till now nowwe we have become letterperfect letterperfectin t tin
in our lesson lessonOur lessonOur lessonOur
Our fifteendollar suits are made over the same models in the thesame thesame thesame
same workshops by the same mastertailormen as are our our higher higherpriced higherpriced I Ipriced
priced grades Made by ourselves ourselvesnot not by this man or that thatand thatand thatand
and the usual makers profit goes into into the making Which is isthe isthe is isthe
the key to the whole situation situationFashioned situationFahioned situation situationFashioned
Fashioned of black thibcts blue serge ergel > fancywomfed fancy worsted and cauBimcrcinatvwfe cauBimcrcinatvwfediversity camimer caimerngdiversity in awidci awidcidiverity
diversity of effects effectsThe effectsThe effectsThe
The coats are in both long and extraloaf models some some arc quite uhe conervsih conoera IUenIt IUenItof e eotaers eothers
of others otaers ers slighdy conforming to the lines of the e body bOO some with vents ve ven es m i in te tecenter tile tilecenter tecenter
center of back others with no vent at all allIf allIf allIf
If we ve can excel in our suits at fifteen dollars it requires no no devi devious devious devious ¬
ous reasoning to arrive at the conclusion that we excel e l also aI8oa aI8oathe a athe at atthe
the higher prices We do doPennsylvania doPennsylvania doPennsyvama
Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaAvenue gtlL Seventh SeventhAvenue Seventh SeventhStreet
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hers bene though I believe relatively a small smallclass smallclaMho smallclasswho
class claMho who want money who want to ac accumulate accumulate
cumulate who want it for its own sake sakeUrsre sak sakUr sakeUrges
Urges Ur e SelfRespect SelfRespectBut SeIfRc pect pectBut
But there is one thing more important importantthan Importantthan importanttban
than anything else and that is that with within withJa withIn ¬
in there should be a citadel el which none nonecan JCnecan nonecan
can assail a fortress that cannot be car carried carried carriM ¬
ried by assault t that to proof against any anykind anyIdnd anykind
kind of attack attaek and that Is the citadel of ofselfrespect ofMIfrepect ofactrespect
selfrespect MIfrepectrbe actrespectTbe selfrespectThe
rbe The secret is within not to external externalcondition estrna1CODdItIoD externalcondition
condition A man has to live with him himself himalit ¬
I Iat
self and be should see to It that fee Ii is isalways 181 181alwala IsIwars
always Iwars in fl good O04 company Whether his lot lotI lotpraln lotIs
I to prosperoBS prospero whether his talents talentssaUi tlentsnob ta tate
snob a te will success or whether be beI beopportuitltla taU taUk
I opportunities k tume which come to sosne so rod roddenied are areI aftdenied
I denied to others it that 4ta4el dtIIIeItatned is Main Maintained alataMed ¬
taMed unassailaute mlIa b he is a man and to I a ai ancce8tul asuccessful
i successful man maa and an he to a happy bappWIthout man manWithout manWithout
Without It he is 1 somebody dy elses man manLet maDLet manLet
Let a man take pride in his achieve achievements achJneIDellta achieveincurs ¬
incurs of virtue Let him take satisfac satisfaction uafacdon atlsfactlon ¬
don in his moral conquests let him himhave bllahave himhave
have faith that be can do it It and that thatto tiaatIs tnatis
Is half the battle battleAnd battleADd battleAnd
And we waat faith in our fellow men meDDo menDo
Do not let us look on life cynically Do DoDOt Donot
not let us bold ourselves aloof and look lookMkance lookaskance
askance on the efforts of our brothers brothersLet WotheTaLet heothersLet
Let us look at life la a wholesome wllole way wayLet ay ayLet
Let us feel that we are working good on onthfe ont onthis
this t world worldRetrtA worldRecta orieL orieLRtWtf
Recta X Xout Nt 0t of f tk the Day DIL DILExoelK Dayxonpt i iexcept
except xonpt for his trip to Carnegie Halt HaltMr HaILMr HalLMr
Mr Hughes spent the day at hIs horns bo in InWest InWest j jWest
West End avenue He Heu was pretty pntt tired tiredafter UncIafter tiredafter
after his four speeches to Brooklyn on onSaturday on8aturda onSsturda
Saturday Ssturda night and admitted frankly franklythat traaJd7tbat franklythat
that he was looking for a little rest restRepublicans reetRepubllcaoa TeatRepublicans
Republicans all over town to today are arespeaking areepeaktnc arespeaking
speaking in the highest terms of Mr MrHughes MrBupa MrHughes
Hughes Prospect Hall speech In Brook Brooklyn BrookIp Brooklyit
lyn Although it was a wenknown tact tactthat faetthat factthat
that Mr Hearsts newspapers had been beenorganised beenorpnIsed beenorganized
organized into corporations the subject subjecthad Mlbjeethad subjecthad
had never it was said said been presented to totoe tothe i itbe
toe public so lucidly and so effectively effectivelyRepublicans eaectlvebRepubUcauasecJue effectivelyRepublicans
Republicans RepubUcauasecJue declared that the speech speechwould speechwould speechwould
would win votes otes all over the State To Tomorrow To ToIDOIr Tomorrow ¬
morrow Mr Hughes will make his first firsttrip ftrsttrip drattrip
trip out of town He will speak at even evening evenI evenlag ¬
lag I meetings in tDlt XL Verne aid Yonkers TonkersHe YODftnHe YonkersHe
He win return to New York and start out outearly outearly outearly
early Tuesday Tue morning on his upState upStatetour gp8tatetour upStatetow
tour tourESAIFCHISHI towPRANOHISHI
tourFRAJiCmSIIT
ESAIFCHISHI PRANOHISHIItlfaa ARESTEB AIL HERS HERSAngelo HKlEItltU
ItltU Itlfaa A Aceased of ot ftoiklng Cent CIHpatrlet Centpatriot
patriot Take te IUekout IUekoutAn ItlokasnadAngelo
Angelo An elo Fraachishi a young Italian ltaliaDamll was wasarrested mel melaivcted
amll aivcted arrested by the local police yesterday este y at atthe atthe atthe
the request iequeat of the Richmond authorities authoritieson
on a charge of robbing roJl IDg Achilles Aprian Aprianof Aprianof Aprianof
of the Virginia Vlql la city of 300 Franchtofai Franchtofaiwas Pranchisbiwas i ias
was traced d to this city and a Richmond Richmonddetective IUcblll0D4detective RichinoOddetective
detective followed with a warrant He Hewas Bewu Hewas
was captured ca 4 by Policeman Wall and andhanded adban4ed andhanded
handed over to the Virginia aIa omcer officerWtthm omcerWJtblR omcerWithin
Within an hour he was taken t back to toRichmond toRIcIamoad toRieimmoitd
Richmond where hen he win stand trial trialLittle trlatLitt trialLittle
Little of the money was wali found in the thepossession th thOD thepoeseedion
possession OD of Francuiehi when arrested arrestedbat arresteet arrestedbut
but he had in his pocket receipts for formoney t furmoney r rmoaey
money sent to tohia his relatives in Italy ap approximating ap approxlmatlnc approximating ¬
proximating the e amount alleged to bav bavbeen ha habetan have havebeen >
been taken ta eD from Aprian It is said the theVirginia UIeYir theVirginia
Virginia Yir 1nla < authorities have made ma4 out ut utstNng a astrong astrIng
strong case against the prisoner prisonerKTOIOB pr1aonerRUMOR prisonerRUMOR
RUMOR ACQUITS OOMLY OOMLYBattle COnyDattJc OOMIYBattle
Battle Ship Sb ip Alabama CemmjKmler CemmjKmlerSaid CtUtiRlaJul CWinmandcrSalt r rSnit
Said to Hare Been Exonerated ExoneratedIt
It to understood that Capt Samuel P PConaly PComly PComly
Comly who commanded the battle ship shipAlabama shipAlabama shipAlabama
Alabama at the time of her collision wit witthe wi withe I Ibe
the Illinois In the harbor at Newport R RI Rl RI
I has been acquitted by the ccurtmar ccurtmartlal ccurtmartlal ccurtmartint
tlal which sat at Provincetown Mass MassThe Mathe Massthe
The the records testimony and papers In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the case have been received at the Navy NavyDepartment NavyDepartment NavyDepartment
Department The courtmartial will sit sitlater sitlater lt ltlater
later to try Lieut Prcssey on charges chargesgrowing chargesgrowing I IgrowlD
growing < out of the same accident and andit andit
it to probable that the verdicts in both bothcases bothcues bothcases I
cases will be rendered ren cred at the same time timeAssistant timtAssistant tirn tirnAssistant
Assistant Secretary of the Navy l aV New Newberry Newberry
berry said last night nl ht that the records recordsIn
In the Comly case hAd been received receivedbut recelYedbut receivedbut
but he would not confirm the report that thatvrrdlct thata i ia
a vrrdlct of acquittal had been reached reachedThe reachedThe I
The > papers have net yet been passed upon uponby uponby I
by Secretary Bonaparte and until then thenthe thenthe thenthe
the verdict will hot be formally an announced announced announced ¬
nounced nouncedNavy nouncedKavy nouncedNavy
Navy officers who heard of the verdict verdictunofficially verdktunofficially verdictunofficially
unofficially last night were jubilant as asin a aIn asIn
in the opinion cf a majority of them themComly themConily
tialed Comly should not have hav been courtmar courtmartialed 02urtmar 02urtmartIaled courtmartlaloL ¬ j I
CGSLOAN CGSLOANv CGS CGSLOANC CGSLOANC4eneraI OANC L r rL rI
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4eneraI General eneral Auctioneers 1
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Ifl7 fl7 14m G Street NW Washington D C C CCOMMISSION CCOMMISSIONONLY J JCOMMISSION
COMMISSION COMMISSIONONLY ONLY ONLYAuctioneers 1L 1LAuctiomeers 1 1Auctioneers
Auctioneers by custom c stom to the DIPLOMATIC CORPS CORPSFICERS CORPSFICERS CORPSFICRS
FICERS OF THE ARMY AND NAVY GOVERNM GOVERNMOFFICIALS GOVCRNMOFFICIALS J
OFFICIALS Se < for the safe s by pubic pu auction of all f IIiI r rsonal je jesonal F
sonal effects effectsCORRESPODF2fCE t tCORRESPONDENCE 1 1COItRESPOKDDfCE
CORRESPONDENCE AND COHSIGNMENTS SOLICITED SOLICLT i iTHE i i iTti1 r
3 t tTHE
THE ONLY CONCERN OF 0 THE KIND IM THE UNITED STATE YrAT YrATRewsr STUMiRerfaier i
Rerfaier Rewsr Sale s of Facafcore Every Satacetey Slt r at 1C a L aSpec av avSpecie l
Specie Spec Sales at Private Residences o as Shoe Notice NoticeSail NaSell NoijceSeLl jl
Sell at auction auction only 001 Real and Personal ProPelr Property under der ife ip ipcia Ji J Jrial r rcia
cia rates for Trustees Executors Administrators Receiv Receiverst1 Receiverst1Attorneys Receivrs ReceivrsAttorneyi n nAttorneys
Attorneys Agents Assignees Guardians Real Estate Esta Ageatft AgeatftBrokers Agellfla1 Agellfla1Broken AgeatsBrokers
Brokers c c cARMY cARMY j jARMY
ARMY AND NAVY STORAGE ROOM ROOMSEPARATE ROOMSEPARATE ROOMSEPARATE
SEPARATE APARTMENTS AP RTMPNTS
1407 G Street Str et NW C G Sloan J Co Props
JAPAJTBSE LEAD LEADf LEADER COlmfG COlmfGJako COMUIGJaako
Jako 1I llaaeba laf1l1 IflueiitlI tIl llellJer llellJerf
f IJiet tlet Arrives rrtTefJ in New York TmrlcJonko TerkJUDk YorkJunk
Junk Hasebd an inftuential member memberthe 01 01the 01the
the Japanese DIet is expected to arrive arrtrehi arriveIn
hi this city In a few days having re returned Ie Iet1llle returned ¬
turned yesterday to New Yore Y orj from fromEurope trGmEurope fromEurope
Europe on a trip around the world The TheHen ThBon TheHen
Hen Haseba is chairman of the commit committee committee committee ¬
tee of the whole hole of the Japanese Diet Diet and andone aadoae andone
one of the leaders of the Selyn Kwal Kwalthe Kwalthe Kwalthe
the constitutional pgry par y y mvanatd oy oyMarquia DYKarq1ila nyMarquIs
MarquIs Ito to the celubrated Jbrate4 Japanese Japanesestatesman Japan Japanstat Japanesegateainsn
stat statIn statesman statesmanIn 2 2In
In aa interview Mr Haseba said I Iwent Iwent Iwent
went to France Germany Italy Aus Austria Auatria Ausma ¬
tria Hungary Russia Ruata Turkey aDd Eng England EnalGad England ¬
land and met some noted men such as asjf aseleesaoeau
11 jf demeaceaa ef t France and others othersIn otherLIa Otheflin
In London I was as entertained eatertalDedby by Lord LordMayor 1AtdJlayor L4idMayor
Mayor Morgan n of that city I have ft only onlythree Ythree onlythree
three weeks to spare before I have to toreturn toretura toreturn
return for the opening op ning session of the Dic DicI DintI
I dont know k1 whether I ahaii see zresl zresldebt nesIdeIat rresideht
debt Roosevelt Jtoo I will WID have to speak speakwith speakwith speakwith
with Mr Aeki oar am ambassador about aboutthat tthat aboutthat
that If President Roosevelt would go gofishing goftahinC goflsliing
fishing with th me me I 1 would oe glad to go gowith gowith gowith
with him hlniAsked bimAsked himAsked
Asked whether 1Mt he would show a OW Presi President Psedf Psesident ¬
df dent > Dt Roosevelt how to fish in Japanese Japanesestyle Japanesestylt Japanesesty1
style sty1 Mr Haseba said Q Not only onl in inJapanese inJapaneee inJapanese
Japanese style but also in Western style styleI
I am the president ide t of a fishing and hunt buDtq huntlag hunting ¬
lag club in ToMo I hare a medal which whichI
I got t us a prize in a hunting hua contest t and acdhe andhe andhe
he showed a gold medal hanging from tromhis fromhis fromhis
his watch charm charmMr charmMr charmMr
Mr Haseba te accompanied by Mr MrYamashita MrYamashita MrYamashita
Yamashita who lived at the residence residenceof re
of William Jennings Bryan while he hewas hewas hewas
was attending attd the University of Ne Nebrnska Ntbrnaka Nobraska
brnska
Secretary Secretar Walton nlton Returns ReturnsS
S T Walton secretary of the Wash Washington Wash1J Washiiton ¬
ington 1J ton Jockey dub Iub has returned to the thecity thecity thecity
city and has opened the office for the theautumn theautUBIn theautWuit
autumn meeting m the Lenman nman building buDdingH3I
1431 142 New York avenue avenueTheodore avenueTbeoelorc avenueTheodore
Theodore Jr Returns to Harvard HarvardTheodore Har HarvardTheodore rd rdThodore
Theodore Roos Roo Roosirelt relt elt jr r who came home homeFriday hemeFriday hcnleFriday
Friday on a brief VjUt itH QL ft late last even evening evenIng evenIng ¬
ing for Cambridge to resum resulrit his stud studies studIes studleo ¬
ies at Harvard >
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try BIll Cause I IPldlaIJT 1nvesUatIse 1nvesUatIsePhiladelphia
Philadelphia PldlaIJT L Oct 7 1U 7thider 7thiderstnces Ifcder der der8taDeeswlicb UuaaiT UuaaiTstances
stances 8taDeeswlicb watch Coroner Jermon l nl thiaaa thlaMsaspidous 8 SJB3 SJB3suspicious A
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suspicious Mary Hill H1I1 a woman womanyears womanyears
years old 014 was burned to death deathTfce death11ae deathThe
The woaian woman who la ta814 said to tobe tobehad be eba4 behad
had apartments in the third thhdAoor fioor fIc fIchOuse at athOuse t thouse
house at lIP Ellsworth street and an4in andinOneottheseroonmatbatber H Hin
in inOneottheseroonmatbatber inOneottheseroonmatbatberbody one of these rooms that her herbody herbody <
body was found after aft l the flre flresubdued fireDllia firenme firenmesubdued
subdued the Mace blaz which wbicbabout was wasabout d dabout
about S OOdock ocIoc oclock m the morning
Several dresses with the oocketsF
inside out were found in the roots rootsHills mo moHills fl I
Hills BUr pocketbook P etlaoot was missing miUiDgJ miUiDgJroom mimingroom s sroom
room showed evidences es of a a strui struiIf ztruk t 61 k
If plunder was the o oct ct t of an anae i ihe Lhe
he missed eaed f 400 4 in cash in a tnm trrmrc i irooai tjz
room rooaiTae roomTile rc >
Tae danaiiter ter of tae dead 4arm wiani wianiarm w wSm
arm arm Sm at fa her belief that aer Mr mot HmK HmKmet I Imet
met with foal fo play a t > < r c J JI p pWes
I Maaiy 1hay ste1le Wes sarataeateelfe sarataeateelfei SnontaLLondon I
i London I d01l Oct 7 iAt At an ta tnqt tnqtcaae Inqiesdo Inqiesdocase nes jjt jjtcase 1
case of an uiafant infant who hnfl tH be > n ned ned 5 5ad
ed in its parents ben tin t htroner htronerthat kroner kronerI roflerthat
I that 1000 000 infants were we t so suffocated sutfocat suocatednually d an anDually annually
nually in England Then were 100 cases easegIn S SIn
i in London alone He pointed out that in inGermany tnGennsny 1rGermany
Germany the law made it illegal to hr hra h ha ha
a baby under a year eld in the sam samwith sao SILIQewith saowIth
with Its parents parentsClmmfcerlaln parentsCbam parentsChamberlain
Chamberlain Cbam lterlaln Again A Hln HI HIBirmtngham ntBfrmtngbam IIIBirmingham
Birmingham Oct 7 7JOSfDh 7JOSfDhlain Joseph rhaaiarr Cimherlain rhaaiarrlain
lain has had another sharp attack a ttack of ofbut goal goalbut IRIlbut
but he is now better betterICHR bettor19
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