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4 I THE WASHINGTON W HEBALD SATTTBDAY Y OCTOBEE 0 20r 20 T 1906
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AFTER AFTERThHAILWAYS AFTERThHAILWAYSAdllthiistratJon TiE RAILWAYS RAILWAYSA
Adniinistoatiott A dll1inistI ation tp t Iiitevene Iiiteveneiu 1idrveiieiii t rene
iu Liability Suits SuitsMOODY SI Snitsj SnitsMOODY tS tSI tSMOODY
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MOODY ISSUES A STATEMENT STATEMENTGovernment STATEMENTGoernmcnt STAThMXNTGovernment
Government Will Till Be Represented in inFirst ll1FlrRt litFlrzt
First Case Ca e Tried Under TImler the Bm Bmployera RmIIoers 1Cmjiloyers
ployera Liability Act President PresidentRallies PreHitlentRallies PreNitlelitRallies
Rallies to Support of Xaws Con ConNtitntionalitr COI1KtltutionaUty ConMtltutionallty
Ntitntionalitr arfd Validity ValidityThe ValtdltyThe nUdItyThe
The administration adinini tratlo y yei4eida7 n t iday shook hook its itsflat itsft8t Itstlt
flat at the big railroads and save notice noticeof noticeot notIceof
After con conferring conftrrlng confrrIng ¬
of its readiness for a fight
ferring with the tb President Attorney Gen General General General ¬
eral Moody returned to the Department Departmentof
of Justice Ju tice and prepared a written state statement statem statemont ¬
mont m nt that it had been decided the govern government governfltnt governnest ¬
nest should intervene ir the first cases casestried caaetled casestjej
tried under the employers liability act actThis actThis actThis
This will be done tor or the purpose of ofsupporting ofsupporting ofupportiiig
supporting the th constitutionality validity validityand validityand valIdityand
and interpretation of this law lawThe lawThe lawThe
The steps that led up to this decision by bythe bythe bythe
the President and his Attorney General Generalare Generaltre GeneralqtIt
are quite qtIt > as interesting as a the decision it itself itself It8eIf ¬
self Some weeks ago an t official who en enjoy enjoyp enjoyc
joyp joy the acquaintance of numerous rail railroad railroa railroam ¬
road roa < men m n was informed that a meeting of ofrailroad ofraillOMd ofrailrOitd
railroad attorneys would be held at Louis Louisville Lou Loum 1uIsvIIe ¬
ville m Ky September IJJt ptember r 27 aad 28 te t discuss discussthe dlseuslthe dIscussthe
the employers liability act The meeting meetingwas meetincas meetingwas
was as supposed ed to be secret acr re but two ape speial apedal apejal
dal < ial reports of what bat was done were werebrought werebrought werebrought
brought to the th official in this city and by byhim byhim byhhnhanded
him hhnhanded handed over this week to Attorney AttorneyGenera Attorneyn AttorneyGeneral
Genera n ral Moody MoodySixty MoodySixty MoodySixty
Sixty Attorneys Were There ThereIt
It ema seeni MT mi that about sixty xty attorneys met metat meta
at a the S SeThaC2I7TOteL1n Jbach cb KtrCetTn t1nLouivme Louisville They Theyhad Theyhad Theyhad
had different views about the law Some Somethought Somethousht Somethought
thought that it was wa constitutional in its itsenifoely Itafmtelr Itsentfely
enifoely and others that it itwu was so only in inpart 10part Inpart
part The general purpose of their theirsontog rea reasontng re resonkg
sontng was that the law could not be in interjbetecl inttr InterJsetfl
terjbetecl ttr terJsetfl > ftt c as a regulation of interstate interstatecommerce InterstatecolTimtrcf Interstateconimerc
commerce that Congress had no power to toregulate torpgnlate torgnIat
regulate the liability of master to tbe ser servant servant ¬
vant ant in the t h > absence of a statute fixing fixingthat tlxiDCthat fixingthat
that liability in the first Instance InstanceThen instanceT InstanceTien
Then T en there t her is no common law of the theUnited thelnltEd theUnited
lnltEd United States fixing the masters duty dutyto dutytO lutTto
to the tb employe or vice versa and it is isclaimed Isclathied
claimed Congress has no power to say saythat saythat
that a Plea of culpable negligence shall shallnot shallnot shalllint
not avail in the carriers defense that thatboiag thathcing
boiag lxI a limitation and practical reversal reversalof
of the doctrine of culpable negligence negligenceA nel nCe
A number > r of railroads were wt > re represented representedamtOK repr representedampg ented entedam
am ampg amtOK them the Southern the Illinois IllinoisCentral IllinoisCt IllinoisCent1
Ct Central > l11rd and the Louisville and Nash Nashvill Nashvill Nashvi
vill vi ll
Joint Brief to Be Used UsedIt U1etlIt tei1it
It was agreed to prepare a general generalbrief generalbrief n ral ralbrief
brief which should be circulated Circu1at among amongthe amonzothe amongthe
the railroad attorneys attomt > ys for suggestions suggestionsand ausgestionsand snggestlonsand
and eventually be used in the trial of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the first vt case brought There are two twosuch tWOIIUCia twosuch
such casts under Ute new law in pros prospect proepe prospoet ¬
poet pe t In one of these tbea it is said the at attorneys attorQe3s attorneys ¬
torneys feel confident of a favorable de decision de dedsion decision ¬
cision cisionThe dsionThe cisionThe
The importance or the government governmentmeeting goM11mentmeeting governmentmeeting
meeting this movement at tbe start so soas 110as soas
as tc t assure a presentation of the con constitutional conNt1t constitatlonal ¬
stitutional Nt1t tlonal points by eminent authorities authoritieson
on in both sides was impressed upon the thePresident thePreatdent thePresident
President The same thing was done by byAttorney byAttQmcy byAttqrncy
Attorney General KnoA Knm who rushed to tothe tothe tothe
the rescue of the safety appliance law lawand lawand lawand
and thereby its constitutionality was final finally Dnally finally ¬
ly established establishedThat ntabUshedTnat establishedThat
That is what the President has now nowdetermined nowd nowtietermined
determined d termint d to do in the case of the em employers emploYtrs employers ¬
ployers liability act act and it is said the theDepartment theDepartment theDepartment
Department of Justice will seen pre prepare prepare propare ¬
pare a brief in the case against agc nst the day daywhen daywhea 4gywheft
when the law is tested tat In some me District Districtcourt trtetlourt Districtcourt
court The brief can then be used by bythe bythe bythe
the United nited States district attorneys attorneysMeanwhile attoneyateaawhile attrzneysMeanwhile
Meanwhile all the district attorneys will willprobably wlUprobably willprobably
probably be notified to keep a watch watchout watchout watchout
out for cases esse of this character characterJUDGING eharaeterJUDGING characterflJDGING
JUDGING NEW YORK YOEKSouthern YORKSouthern YORXSouthern
Southern View Viewof Iew of Condition Politi Political Io1itlCal IolItIcal ¬
cal and Social in the Metropolis MetropolisFran MetropoilaFme UetrolIOIbthe
Fran the Kfcteood NetraLMder NetraLMderThe NewIderThe NewLdThe
The truth Is that nobody can Jfcdge New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York by surface surfacelndfeatJona indications however they theymay theymay theymay
may be The city has baahundrecJa hundreds of f sur surfaces surfaea surfae ¬
faces fae In one section people will be all allone aUone allone
one way WO in another section aU tt the other otherway odlerway oZberway
way apparently Any man and any anycause fDY fDYeaU88 ny nycause
cause can draw a crowd and flM l a fol following 101owmc followthg ¬
lowing and pack almost any ball in I the thecity theity theity
city ity
ityThere
There is no way to judge accurately accuratelybut acewratel7but accuratelybut
but the best guide gold and In fact the only oatyguide o onlyguide ty tyguide
guide for the future is m iD the records of ofthe oft ofthe
the t he past 8t These e seem to show that in a asquare auart asquare
square uart contest between extreme radical radicalism radlcaliAm radicalim ¬
ism and extreme conservatism New York YorkCity YorkCity YorkCity
City and State will go to the conservative conservativeside conservativesIde ative
side
In In1 189 9i Bryan was supposed to represent representextreme repreSntfxtreme representextreme
extreme radicalism m and McKinley McKinleyvatlein conser conservatism onscratkm1 ¬
vatism There was the same kind of talk talkthen talkthen talkthen
then for Bryan and his strength that thatthere thatthere thatI
there I here is now of Hearst Hearsts news newspapers newspapers newspapers ¬
papers were whooping up Bryan and pre predicting prelIeUng prodietIng ¬
dietIng his election and telling temn how he hewas hewas hewas
was to carry New York State Polls were wereprinted wereprinted wereprinted
printed to show how strong Bryan was washow washow washOW
how weak McKinley e KinleY was About eight in inevery inn inevery
every n ry ten of the newspaper men were en enthuaiustic ent enthuslastlc
thuaiustic t for Bryan and they could couldnothlr see seenothing seenthhig
nothing nothlr but him We Ve recollect one of ofthese ofthtIJe ofthese
these young gentlemen telling of a vote votetaken vot vottaken votetiken
taken in the Sun office among all depart department departmenb departments ¬
ment showing about five to one for forBryan torBryan forliryan
Bryan These youngsters it may be re remarked remark1 remarked ¬
marked by the way Wity ity almost alm always are areagainst areglinsl areigaint
against the existing order orqer of things thl es espwially N Npt ospeeialy
pwially pt > laly as they are in New York A few fewof fewIIf fewol
of them were notable for the excited excitedspeeches excitedJMtChf8 excitedspeeches
speeches the wild predictions and the thewilder theilder thewilder
wilder ilder bets they used to make in Red RedJerrys RedJ RedJrrys
Jerrys J rrys downtown and McDonalds up uptown up uptown upt ¬
town t I Wfl One of o them themu used ed to be fond of ofpaying oflIytng ofsnylng
paying that Ju hoped to live to see barn barricades barndn barncades ¬
cades dn in New York streets and the tb gut gutters guttf gutters ¬
ters tf > rs running blood This was a brilliant brillianthandsome brillianthandf brilliantiiandMe
handsome handf tn wellborn we1J rn absolutely impracti impractical ImpruUal imprartieal ¬
cal al man who cut a great figure at his hishome hisIJrne hisII
home II me in the South and had gone to cap capture captUN captune ¬
tune N New w York On pay envelopes rang ranging ranlJing ranglag ¬
ing from IA 40 to fR 1i > a I week week he undertook undertookto
to keep ke p a hortfc h4 hVt i add ad m winter sport a afur 311 INfur 311fur
fur overcoat which bleb was wasin in the pawnshop pawnshopregularly pawnshopngularly pawnshopregularly
regularly by brthe the middle of January and andhe andhe andhe
he was cbroHfcalfer aggrieved a because becausel1t becausel1twas to towas bewas
was chronically hard up lonesome lone ome and andnbscoge andthsc and1sc
thsc nbscoge 1sc f There are many others of his hiskind hiskind hiskind
kind from North and South They find findthemselves ftndthemselvf findthemselves
themselves > s constantly in contact with the thevulgr thevulpt thevulgtr
vulgr gross and ostentatious rich who whoise whoU who1se
U ise newspaper n reporters porters to advertise advertisethemselv tdvErtisethemselvl8 advertisethemselvos
themselv H and took J dk down on them from fromlowers CromliJwen fromtowera
lowers of superior dollars and have no noaccess nofcess noaC5S
access to tho t l really refined and cultured culturedrich culturedrkb culturedrich
rich who shun hun newspapers carefully carefullyTherefore caretqUyrhere1ore carefullyrherefore
Therefore they gather in their hearts din disappointment 4Iaappohatmtnt dinappoifltmetit ¬
appointment and bitterness bitternesS and are areready arerf areready
ready rf ld to follow foll nv anybody who whorn will promise promisea P ° se sea
a general overthrowing of present pre t ttions condi conditions penditirns ¬
tions and humbling of swollen awollelrJn prewill pre prJOeWill
Will Jn Wiled far Probate ProbateHis PiolJnteHis ProbateHis
His wife Camilla Hinke her heirs and andasitfns anda andassigns
assigns a na forever arc > named as the HIM beneficiaries HIMflctartH bonetietailes ¬
ficiaries ia the will of Henry HenryHiske Bloke of ofCherrydale ofCberrydale ofCherrydaie
Cherrydale Alexandria County Va filed filedfor ftJecIrot fliedfor
for probate yesterday ttroa His wife Camilla CamillaHlnke CamlUaHinlc CamillaHinke
Hinke is named as executrix The will willis wBII willIa
is I dated October < ober IT I 1903 1903Will 1003TIn I3will
Will Sell en Indian Ind1pu Lands LandsAfJ LandsAn LandAnnouncement
Announcement AfJ nounctmel1t was made by Secretary Secretaryof
of the Interior Hitchcock HIuh Ck yesterday that thatimdir tbatUndH thatufld4r
imdir thc th authority authO ty Of Congress the gov govemtntnt govrmnwnr governlrarat
emtntnt is about to dispose of th the < > lands tendsof landsof landsof
of the Kiowa Comancb and Apache ApacheIndiana ApacheIndians ApacheIndians
Indians in Oklahoma aggregating a eptinc bOO000 bOO000aeros bOOOOOTh 1000000rcs
aeros 0rcs Th rh land will be disposed of at utpublic atpUblic atpublic
public amliou au U01l
250 DIE DIEINsitH DIEINsitHcONTflUEDFltOf INSTXRM INSTXRMCONT1NDBD IN ST01tM ST01tMCONTINUED
CONTINUED cONTflUEDFltOf FKOM FIRST FIRST PAGE PAGEmsined PAGE1JMIined PAGEmalned
msined at ate1rI1iers roelr efr piers until the violence of ofth fitthe ofthe
th the storm trm was passed passedTh posedThe jisseedThe
Th The dt cJtr et f Matanzas guttered heavily heavilyas heavilydid aeaY1l7a
as a did 1IJto lo a number of small mA1It towns townssuch townssuck WBB WBBauch
such as Biiabano no and Bauta Some dam damage c1tunwas darnage
age was dime to sugarcane sugarcaneAn sugarcaneAn sugarcaneAn
An endedvor ende vor is being made to save some someof solReof someof
of the trees tr1IM which were > blown down in inHavana In1ia inuYaSL
Havana 1ia The limbs are being cut off oL and andthe aDdthe andthe
the trunks are being replanted Some Sbmet Sbmettheae of ofthese ofthese
these tree treed are very old oldThe 01dThe oldThe
The wind wtDA Is Is variously varIou ly estimated to have havebad havebad havebad
bad a velocity of from Si 1 to 120 I miles an anhour aJtJaour a ahour
hour hourThe JaourThe
hourThe The soldiers at Camp Columbia passed passeda
a horrible hl night They Tbea steed about m mgroups 1ft 1ftToups ingroups
groups drenched to the Skin kln and they theyhad the thebadgreatl1lmculty theybad
had badgreatl1lmculty great difficulty In standing up against againstthe apillStthe againstthe
the force of the wind windThe windThe windThe
The ted of rack hi front t of the Punta Puntawas Puntawas Puntawas
was this morning1 CNRIDS ornamented by a a small smallschooner smallschooner an anIIC
schooner IIC ifrhieh kkh had been deposited on top topof topof topof
of tbe rock shelf and people p were w re able to tostep tostep tostep
step from her bulwarks to the sea wall wallThe WflIIThe walLThe
The large Santa 3at Gatattna Qat1h warehouses warehouseswhich warehou8nwblch warehouseswhich
which were located in the harbor har or oft oftRegla oftR oftRegis
Regis R a opposite Havana were weze utterly de destroyed de deatroe dostroyed ¬
stroyed The buildings belonged bewn beldnged to SS1 SS1vtera SlIviera silviei
vtera viei Co one of which flrm > Manuel ManuelSilvlera liluuelSUvtera ManuelSIYIet
Silvlera bs charged with th having caused causedthe cauaethe causedthe
the failure of J M Ceballe Co of ofNew ofNew ofNew
New York YorkMAGOON YorkILAGOON
1 1MAGOON
MAGOON TELLS OE TORNADO TORNADOOlllcinl TORNADOOftlclal TORNADOOfficial
Olllcinl Advices from Havana How However lowecr HowS ¬
S ever Arc Are 31 Meager llcngerThe MeagerThe eager eagerThe
The Weather Weather Bureau and the War Va VaJartJDitnt De Department Do1xtm ¬
partment 1xtm nt baTe received but meager news newsfrom DeWSfrom newsfrom
from Havana Qov Magoons 1 a message messagewas Muage Muagewas messagewas
was tn the Only n17 official communication COInm n tlon re received re recened nocelved ¬
ceived during dutl the entire day It reads ax axfollows utollows asfollows
follows followsTerrifte tollowsTtrrlfte followsTerrific
Terrific hurricane swept over Havana Havanaand Havanaand
and vicinity at midnight lasting JuU several severalhours aeveralhours severalhours
hours Wind officially reported at eighty eightymiles el eightymiles hty htymiles
miles an hour Telegraph Te and telephone telephonewires telephonewirea telephonewires
wires all down Trees blown down In all allparts allparts allparts
parts Two schooners ashore ubolet Loss to tocity tocity tocity
city and country is heavy Pear con considerable COD1Mrable eonaMenable ¬
aMenable loss of life Eight Ei t deaths re reported re reported reported ¬
ported in city of Havana Have called calledupon calledupon calledupon
upon governors of provinces to report lo local low Jocal ¬
cal condition Oceangoing shipping l ppln < in inHavana InHavana InHavana
Havana harbor unharmed Number of oflaunches oClauncbee oflaunches
launches and lighters are adrift and andsunk andsunk andsunk
sunk MAQOON MAQOONMilitary MAGOONMOitary MA000NMilitary
Military Secretary Ainsworth Ain worth last night nightreceived nJchtncelvtCIthe nightreceived
received ncelvtCIthe the following foUowt cablegram from fromGen fromlJeft fromeii
Gen eii Bell Chief of Staff at Havana HavanaCondition HavanaCoOOl11011 HavanaCondition
Condition of shipping in harbor antis satisfactory antisfactory us usfactor ¬
factory factor so far as s pertains to oceango oceangoing oceangotug IO IOha ¬
tug ha vessels Many lighters engaged en eCI in inquartermasters inquartenn Inquarterinditers
quartermasters atera service broke adrift two twobeached twocbe twobeached
beached cbe and several venll sunk Lighten Lightenloaded LlKhtenloaded Lightersloaded
loaded from Ward liner Morro Castle Castleunk Castleunk astIe astIesunk
sunk unk Not kiowa J whether wbetberany my any United UnitedStates UnitedStattS UnitedStates
States property was sunk Harry Fos Fosier Foster Foeter
ter teamster Twentyeighth Infantry Infantryone Infantryone Infantryone
one eye ye Oestrojred esVO shoulder broken in internal internal hiterral ¬
ternal injuries not expected to recover recoverFrederick recoverFftderlck recoverFrederick
Frederick Sutcliffe wagonmaster er Twen Twentyeighth Twentye Twentyelghth
tyeighth tye hth Infantry head badly cut will willrecover wtUftcover willrecover
recover recoverQuartermaster ftcover ftcoverQuartertnuter recoverQuartermaster
Quartermaster Q Gen n Hmnjihrey also re received received noceived ¬
ceived the following from Quartermaster QuartermasterBaker QuartermaaterBak QuartermasterBaker
Baker Bak r at Havana HavanaCubana HavanaCubana HavanaCubana
Cubana arrived this morning mona at 7 7oclock 7oclock 7oclock
oclock and encountered eM unterdd heavy weather weatherforemast weatJtertoremut weatherforemast
foremast completely gone mainmast top topgone topIr topgone
gone Ir ne no men men Injured JnJ rEd Considerable num number number numher ¬
ber of animals killed and Injured laJu Will Willreport Willreport Willreport
report exact number as seen as can caDtetennlned be bedetermined betietermlned
determined determinedThe tetennlnedThe tietermlnedThe
The storm is off the South Carolina Carolinacoast Carolinacout Osrolinacoast
coast cout and does not seem to be moving movingnortheasterly movtnltOrtheasterl movingnortheasterly <
northeasterly at a very rapkl rate A A J JHenry JHenry JHenry
Henry forecaster f recaater of the United States StatesWeather StatesWeather StatesWeather
Weather Bureau said last night that the theoutlook theoutlook theoutlook
outlook was that the storm would remain remainin
in that vicinity vlcinit for the next twentyfour twentyfourhours t1n1Atyfourhours twentyfourhours
hours He added that it would not ot be besafe besate besafe
safe for coastwise and small > mall vessels to toventure toventure toventure
venture in the neighborhood of tbe storm stormarea stormarea stormarea
area for the next two days Storm warn warDtn warntoga warnings ¬
toga tn are displayed along aJon the Atlantic Atlanticcoast Atlanticcoast Atlanticcoast
coast from port Ea Me to Savannah Savannaha SavannahThe SavannahThe SavannahThe
a
The bureau last night received its first firstreport ftr8treport firstreport
report from the observer at Key West WestFla WelltJIta West7a
Fla since the storm occurred in that thatvicinity thatvtel thatttchdty
vicinity vtel ty Re f Ie merely reported that tbeweather tbe tbeweaner theweather
weather there had become normal The Therat Tbet Theinst
inst rat t report from Havana was also re received received reeelsed ¬
ceived last night and it also indicated Iadkate4uit Indicatedthat indicatedthat
that the weather conditions hi that city citywere ctl ctlwere citywere
were again normal normalMOR3 DOrmalMORi normalMo1t
MOR3 Mo1t RAIN PROMISED PROMISEDWeather PR01YISEDTea PROMISEDWeather
Weather Tea tiler Bureau ftlim has More lioreSliowern MoreSlioweni Iore IoreSIowerl
Sliowern on Tap Tn I for Washington WashingtonIf n blu ton tonIf
If the weather man is correct m his hisobservations bIaob hisobservations
observations ob and estimates Washington Washingtonis WaJ5 ogtoD ogtoDis
is to experience another downpour today todaysuch to todaysuch ayneb
such as yesterday l From i oclock last lastnight Jutl lastnight
night l It up to 11 oclock there had been a arainfall arainfall arainfall
rainfall of MX forties fortiesThere Jncb JncbTbere inctiesThere
There is one comfort about the t he situa situation situation situalion ¬
lion tion and that is that Washington was wasnot wuDOt wasnot
not the only place that got soaked to the theskin theakin theskin
skin The whale Atlantic coast went wet wetyesterday wetterda wetyesterday
yesterday terda The Weather Bureau does not notregard DOtIeIIUd notrrd
regard the rainfall of yesterday as ex excessive exce88lve cxcelve ¬
cessive for this season of the year and andfrom andtro andfrom
from tro observations it may he concluded concludedthat concludedtiaat concludedthat
that there them are many more downpours downpoursin 8 81ft
in stare for this part of the country the thenext theaen thenext
next few weeks weeksFor weeksFor eeka eekaFor
For Sunday Sun ay cloudy weather probably probablywithout
without rain raJa is promised promfeedHonMnpr pIOIIII8ecl1I0nidnJ promisedIlouNliun
HonMnpr Committee Meet
The annual meeting of the committee oa oathe Oftthe onthe
the improvement of housing conditions conditionswas eoDdttIo eoDdttIohelcf
was held to l the Gunny Building Thursday ThursdaySecretary TJtundaylCtary ThursdaySecretary
Secretary lCtary Wallace Hatch submitted his hisreport blsreport hisreport
report Those present at the meeting meetingwere meetJ meetJwere meetingwere
were F L L Siddons acting chairman chairmanMrs cbakuumMrs chairmanMrs
Mrs H B F i Macfarland Alan O OCI OCIpbane de deplume Clephane ¬
plume Charles F WeUer W Uer Charles E Fee Foster F Fter Feeter ¬
ter J B B T Tupper George A A AGe King KingGeorge ICingGeorge
George Ge rge sf Wilson wi John Joy Bdson BdsonThomas oaThomas dson dsonThomas
Thomas Bradley and Wallace Hatch Re Regrets Re Regrets Regreta ¬
grets were we received from S S W Wood Woodward WoodwanI Weedward ¬
ward Bishop H Y Satterleet Satterl S R R Bond Bondand BondaDcf Bondand
and Gen John ohn W Foster FosterFranklins FoMerFrnnldinH FosterFranklins
Franklins Both Brought Here HereThe Jle hereThe e eThe
The remains of Alexander Franklin of ofthis oftbls ofthis
this city arrived here yesterday ester ay from fromDallas fromDallu fromDallas
Dallas Ttbc T where he died suddenly on onSunday onSunday onSunday
Sunday October 14 14 of heart failure Fu Funeral FJrnenl Runeral ¬
neral services will be held at his late ron residence rea reaidence ronidence ¬
idence 143 1 Q street northwest t at 2JB 2JBoclock 211oclock JI JIoclock
oclock this th afternoon the Rev Drs Stet Stetson Stetson Stetson ¬
son and Winbfeler officiating offtclatl Mr Frank Franklin FraakIIn Frankun ¬
lin was well known in this city Prior to tohis tohb tohis
his departure for the South two years yearsago yearsCO ysersago
ago he was a worker in the Young < Mens MensChristian MensChrl MensChristian
Christian Chrl tlan Association and prominent preII ia iaall iAall Inall
all the tbeatlalette athletic events of that institution institutionHe JDStltutioaHe InstitutionHe
He was an allaround athlete and ansi went wentin wentIn wentIn
in for sports s of all aorta aortaDiamond sortsnhunoml sorInDininonti
Diamond Pin Stolen StolenDetectives Sto StolenDetective en enDetectivta
Detectives Warren Jarren and ODea ODea of bead beadquarters bea4quarters headquarters
quarters last st night t arrested Bessie Bt Tay Taylor Taylor Thybr ¬
lor and Kdwaxd FAfW4rd dwnrd Phillips nt III E h street streetnorthwest streetnorthwest
northwest St on a charge of larceny of a adiamond adiamond adiamond
diamond pin valued at 13i 1S tl and a tWia tWiacurrency 1 16 in incurrency incurrency
currency the property of otJL James 1 L Snow Snowof Snewof Snowof
of Richmond Dd Va VaTUroivn VsThrown
Thrown Off Wagon Vng lt Sent SentLewis S SentLwIs nt ntLewis
Lewis Sherman Sberman of 30G M 1stre street north northwest oorthwest northwest ¬
west west while driving a wagon wa O on Onpoet Pros Prospect Proepect ¬
pect avenue northwest was thrown t rewa out outwhen ut utwb outwhtn
when a a w Wheel eel came off of and received reedY a acat acut acut
cut on the head He was sent to the theGeorgetown theeot1retofn theceorgethwn
Georgetown Hospital Ho pilal where e hie condi cQftdldon copdilion condition ¬
don is not thought to be serious seriousChief seriousCJ seriousChief
CJ Chief cr Belt Will Vlll Demonstrate DemonstrateFire DcmonttrntFire DemonstrateFire
Fire Chief William T Belt in a letter letterte letterto letterto
to thje tI Commissioners yesterday ye said that thata
a practical demonstration of the gravity gravityhigh 5f1tvttyhigh gravityhigh
high pressure Pre iqrc fire system will be given givenat gtTeDat givenat
at Eighteenth t nth and U streets 8tre northwest northwestat
at 10 oclock next Wednesday Wedneada afternoon afternoonAlways afterDoooAlways afternoonAlways
Always the same sameTharps sameTharps
I
Tharps Pure PureBe PureBerkeley
Berkeley Be keley Rye Rre RreI
812 F St N W Phone Main M U41 U41Special i141SjcinI 141 141S
I
Special S ecia1 Private PrivateDe11very PrivateDe11verya Delivery DeUv
a
DAVIES iRVTEQ AlliiO lliilb GETS HETG VERDICT YERDICTA1exauhian WD1WF VERDICTAlcxaiuhuian MUM MUMlexaucMaii
lexaucMaii Wins Case from frolllCash frontCaii fromCasli
Cash Register gistel Concern ConcernHAEPERS ConcernRA1tPERS CoucernKAItPBRS
HAEPERS PEREY HEE6 HEn DIES DIESISnmunel D DIEShininnuel s sDmnnnel
ISnmunel B AVelili Wits Vnl 3IemIier of ofMount orJlonnt ofMount
Mount Yernpfi ern9J1 Guards nt the Time Timeof Timeof Timeof
of John BrownM Rnitl RalttVnlt Cnnt Wind Windsors IVIndor VlndHOrJIJ
HOrJIJ or Funeral I IH ToiIny lonyA1cxun lonyA1cxuntlln Alexan Alexandria ¬
dna ATew8 New eWH Told In Brief BriefWASHINGTON DrlefWAoaIIlNG1Oi BriefWAWNOTO
WASHINGTON intRALD BORBAU BORBAUN U1flISAUusa t1nHAUlid
lid Q N Ne 113 113Alexandria UIOsiase
00 rdJMr d nd It1 9tr Strests StrestsAlexandria t tA1exltJH1ria
Alexandria Va Oct It 1tA A verdict for forthe fortbe forthe
the defendant was returned this evening eveningby eveningi evoin evoinby
i by a Jury In the Circuit Court C urt In th thease theue thO thOcase
ease of the National Cash fteglter ItegiatofCom ItegiatofCompany Com Company Company ¬
pany against hast Frederick Davies Davk trustee trusteetn trueteotn
tn 5 which bleb the plaintiff sought to recover recoverfive reeC recoverfive > T8r T8rAve
five cash registers claimed to have bean baansold beansold J1 J1sold
sold under contract to t Bernard A A Dough Dougherty Dougherty Dougherty ¬
erty who conducted a restaurant at LUna IimaPark LUnaPark LensPark
Park ParkAnother ParkAnother ParkAnother
Another cue growing out of the assign assignment uaItument aselgumeat ¬
ment of Mr Dougherty at Luna Park Parkwaa Parkw Parkwas
was w that of Mr Mrs Bernard A Dongharty Donghartyagainst Dousltortyqatnst Doughertyagainst
against Frederick Davies Davis in which it was waaciaimcd wuciaJmed wasclaimed
claimed flint part of the property prop rt taken takenpossession takonJOII8eUIon takenpossession
possession of by the trust trustee belonged to tothe tothe tothe
the plaintiff in her own rfeUt L The Jury JuryreturnefL jutretUlnef juryreturno
returnefL returno a a verdict awarding the tit property propertyin
in question q valued at about 3W to airsDougherty airs MrsDou tlra tlraDougherty
Dougherty DoughertyThere Dou DoughertyThere rty rtyTbere
There win be no session iessIo of the court courttomorrow courttomOJTOW courttomorrow
tomorrow tomorrowWiudwor tomOJTOWIUtHor tomorrowWindsor
Windsor IUtHor Funeral Todny TodnyFuneral TodnyFuneral TodayFuneral
Funeral services over the remains rem of ofCapt ofCapt ofcapt
Capt George f W Windsor nctor whoso e death deathoccurred J8ILUIoceurred deathoccurred <
occurred last night at his home OS Sftutfc SftutfcLee SOtItLee SOtkLee
Lee street will take place at Me fete feteresidence 1tanaldence letsresidence
residence Sunday afternoon Capt Wind Windsor Wl WlItOr IVintisor ¬
sor was sixtyfive I ftve years of age His wife wifeand wtteaDd wifeand
and several children survive him
Was Vn Mount I nut Yernon vernon Guard GnnrilEmanuel GunrlEmanuel GuardEmanuel
Emanuel E E Webb who wlto as a member ber of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Mount Vernon Guards Guas was at Har Harpers Harpers Herporn ¬
pers Ferry during durm the excitement Inci Incident IIKldeat lee leedent ¬
dent to the John Brown raid rak died early earlythis ear1 ear1tbls earlythis
this morning after att a Ungertes illness SIIn IlIue at athis atbls athis
his residence Wilkes WUk sad Payne streets streetsMr a HtsMr streetsMr
Mr Webb was eightythree years of ofTwo age ageTwo agsTwo
Two daughters and one son survive him himHe bImHe 1dmHe
He was born in Bristol Brlatol England g1and For Forsome Porsome Forseine
some years he followed the occupation of ofgardener ofprdener ofgardener
gardener but later he became sexton of ofseveral ofMveral ofseveral
several cemeteries at this city He was wasat wuat wasat
at one time a member of the pollee force forceand force forceaDd forceand
and also served prior to that as a a abef mom momher member ¬
her of the old night ht htChnrJ6tl guard guardCharged guar guarCJinrRud
Charged with Uh Robbery RobberyLawrence Rolher RolherLa RobberyLawrence
Lawrence La Petty Edward Maple Albert AlbertGreen AlbertGleen AlbertGreen
Green the latter colored and WHbert WHbertCook WUbertCook Wilbertcook
Cook were given a hearing this morning morningbefore ndacbefore morningbefore
before Justice Caton m In the Police Court Courton Courton Courton
on the charge of robbing Southern Rail Railway BaDway Railway ¬
way cars Edward Waters was arraigned arraignedat
at the same time on the charge of having havingreceived haYlacreceived hayingreceived
received stolen goods Green Cook and andMaples aadMaple andMaples
Maples were wer dismissed but the cases of ofWaters ofWaters ofWaters
Waters and Petty P tty were continued until untilMonday WltUMonday untilMonday
Monday MondayS
S To Bury Mr Mrs Ir Padgett PadgettThe Pa1JettThl PadgettThe
The funeral tuner of Mrs Rachel V Padgett Padgettwhose Pluipttwhose Paulgettwhose
whose death occurred Wednesday took tookplace tookplace tookplace
place this afternoon at 3 oclock from fronthr fromhtr fromher
hr late residence CO King street Rev RevCharles ReTCharles RevCharles
Charles D Belle of if the M E Church ChurchSouth Church8cuth ChurchScuth
South conducted th tho > services aervt Intern Internwas Interment Intertwas Intermentwas
was in Union Oimtery Tbe he pallbearers pallbearerswere paUbearenWfre pallbearerswere
were Messrs n W W Sherwood Henry HenryK 7L EmiryK
K L Field Mr Herring If rrl Samuel B E lAud Lindsay dsey lAudsoy ¬
say John G Cocks CcKJtJ OCty j and Frank J 1 Pol Pollard PoI1anL Polla ¬
lard la
1anLLIe1Jt
Ueut charts U L Usher er U S A AreturDed has hasreturned hasreturned
returned to his pest at Key West after attera I Ia
a visit to fate brother Police Commission Commissioner CoIa aJoD aJoDer ¬
er Thomas A A Fisher fa this city cityJohn dtJJolla lty ltyJthn
John Credit a venerable colored man roanof manof manof
I
of the oW school type died tnte evening eveningat eyeal eyealat
at his home 4Si t Owrth suth Royal street He Hewas liebllhly Hewas
was highly esteemed 1Md m to this city cHyAfter cityft cityAfter
After ft r being dismissed in the Police PoliceCourt PoIieeCourt PolleeCourt
Court this thl morning where wh he appeared appearedto
to to answer the charge of dome business businesswithout bulllDewithout businesswithout
without license Uce iit D S S Hill who says that thathe thatM thatho
he represents a Baltimore mercantile mercantilehouse mereaDdlebou8e niercandlehouse
house was again arrested this evening eveningon
on a State Stat warrant embodying emboclJi the same samecharge illUDee anniecharge
charge e Tke 1 e first arrest was made on i icorporation a acorporation acorporation
corporation warrant The case will be beheard beheard beheard
heard tomorrow tomorrowCanned tomorrowCanuer tomorrowCanned
Canned Beef Kxiiort Decline DeclineThe D DecllncThe c1lnc c1lncThe
The exports of meats in September < and andthe Uf1the sadthe
the nine months ended with with September
1906 1 show a marked increase 8e over the eel corresponding eelndlnt roeresponding ¬
responding ndlnt periods of but year The only onlyclass ORIyeIu8 onlyclass
class of meat products snowing showinga < a marked
decline tn exports fan 01 WIden WIdenthe whichthe i
the th exhortations for the nine tne months of ofthe ofthe f ftbe
the present year are 31eieQM IUIID pounds poundsagainst da psndsagainst
against a SSmttO eoo in the corresponding correspondingmonths eorn correspondingmonths po c1IIOIItha
months of last year ear a part of this th decline declinebeing 4eeUnebeing declinebeing
being due to a large reduction In t t e de demands de demands domantis ¬
mands from fr m Japan to which the exports exportsof exHNtBof exportsof
of canned beef were 14SOsf0 14 pounds in inthe iatbe Inthe
the eight months ending < with August August1S96 AucuatUIIi AugustI
1S96 I and but 91090 pounds in the eight eightmonths eightmontba eightmonths
months ended with August A t MOt MOtYonnR 1tIIYonnJ lIltYoung
Young Men lel1lIC Club Meets 3IeetThe JleetJllThe MeetsThe
The regular meeting < of the Young y Mens MensSocial Mea MeaSocial 5 5S
Social Club of the First Presbyterian PresbyterianChurch PrMbtwtanCburch PresbyterianChurch
Church took place Tuesday evening last lastin lastIn t tin
in the dub clubarlorL parlors The following fellolin were werepresent wereprMent werepresent
present Dr D C MacLeod Hary Bar Barton BartOlI Eartoe ¬
ton tOlI Bert E E Cprwin G C rwtn rwiu Clarence Kee Guy GuyG GDyG GuyG
G Butler Charles Balr Harry Holmes HolmesJefferson HolmesJelreNlOll HolmesJefferson
Jefferson Balr Harry B Moss William WilliamPower WiIImPower WilliamPower
Power R R R Burklin Douglass Murphy MurphyFred MurphyFred MurpltyFred
Fred Morgan MOI Lewis Ln Coreoii Mr Dunn DunnMr DunnMr DunnMr
Mr Lease John McCubbin Emory P PEttzor PBnzor PRazor
Razor O W Stratton Roy Corwin Evan EvanWhite EvanViQalte EvanWhite
White Robert Ro ert Whitney Oscar NeuboW tNeuboldJack NeuboWJack Neuboldrack
Jack Alexander T K K Moore and Will WillI WUltam Williin
I lam D Roetowood RoetowoodColored RoeWoocLCoiorCtI flocioweodColored
Colored Women Acquitted AcquittedA
A Jurv in Criminal Court No 1 yes yesterday YfSooterdaY yesterday ¬
terday returned a verdict v nllct of not guilty guiltyin guiltyin
in the ease of Emily Emil Griffin a Hftythrce Hftythrceyear ftftythrceyear ilftythreey
year y oW colored woman n who has been beena
a conspicuous figue down the line linearound linearound linearound
around Center ter Market selling vegetables vegetablesThe T vegetablesThe tab esThe
The govettftarnt JrO t endeavored et1 endeav red retl to show that thatthe tllatthe tbatthe
the Griffin woman woman on May 19 0 Hist Histbought 1tIStbought lhdtbought
i
1 bought from Allen Peyton a thirteen thirteenyearold thlrle thirteenyeareU n nyear01d
yearold white bojr three petticoats petticoatswhich pettftswhtcl1 pettlcchtswhich
which the boy admitted bai badllg g stolen at atthe attbe atthe
the store of o Lansburgh A Bro The boy boyis boyIii boyIs
is now at the reform school and under undercrossexamination uDdercrossexamination undercrossexamination
crossexamination admitted stealing was wasDOt wesiiot as asnot
not an experiment 1PeItt with him The Gttf GttfQn GttfI Gritwoman
Qn woman denied having vtor been aware a nBre of ofthe oltbefact ofthe
the tbefact fact that they were wire stolen property propertySquires proper properSClt1lre propertySquire
Squires May 1In Go tO to Panama PanamaThe Pnnn PanamaThe m mThe
The President has about decided d daoldctto ldetl to ap appoint appoint appoint ¬
point Herbert G Squires Squlrl io formerly formerlyUnited ncr ncrUnited znorly znorlyUnited
United States Minister to Cub Cuba Cuba Minister Ministerto UfiJl8terw LbIsterto
to Panama PaDa aa The Thepotlt post smt in l Panama Pan a was wasmade wumade wasmade
made vacant by the recall of Gpv Ma 3NUgoon Magoon Magoon
goon who held the Joint office of gover governor governor ¬
nor and an minister mil Bter There ThE has boh b no noannouncement noannouncement noaunouncemeni
announcement as to who wJU jbe J 1oventor 1oventorXot ijoverrior ijoverriorXot gOvelzlOrot
Xot ot Ready Uf > d7 Yet YetVitm YetI YetFrim
Vitm the CJr qeicland l laDd wl Leader LeaderAIl LeaderAll > N NAH
AH the Httte boys and girls who want wantto wantto wantto
to go to Heaven said the Sunday school schoolsuperintendent sdloolsUJK schoolsuperintendent
superintendent sUJK > rlnten4ent will please rise riseAll rlscAU nlseAll
All rose but Tommy Twaddles TwaddlesAnd TwaddlesAnd TwaddLesAnd
And doesnt this little boy want to go goto goto goto
to Heaven HeavenNnot HeavenNnot 7 7N
Nnot N not yW ylti 111
JOINS CARNEGIE FOUNDATION FOUNDATIONDr
Dr McBrydc Realigns from VirginiaPolytechnic Virginia VJrgJnlnPolytcctnJe VirginiaPolytechnic
Polytechnic Institute InstituteRoanoke InHtltuteRoanoke Instituteitoanoke
Roanoke Va Oct li 1iAt At a meeting to today wd t tday ¬
day d at t BlacJcsburg BIcJ bUr of the board of visit visitors visitera i iors
ors of the Virginia VJ nf Polytechnic Institute InstituteDr InstltUleDr InstituteDr
Dr Dr J M McBryde lcBrydeannounc announced his ao nacaptance noceptnnee 1 1ccptnnce
ccptnnce of an appointment attPotntmt t under the theprovisions thoProlBioft8 thetirovIs1ons i
provisions of the Carnegie Foundation for forthe tortbe forthe
the Advancement of Teaching and sub submlttetf submttte1 ub ubmitteil
mlttetf ill his resignation as president of the theInstitution theinUtuUon theinstitution
Institution to take effect not later than thanthe thanthe thanthe
the close of C the present session wseionThe HHfonThe sessionThe
The board on learning that the resigns resignation rfl8lgnatfon resignstion ¬
tion was irrevocable accepted the same sameto s meto sameto
to take tak effect eftectJuly July 1 next year It was re resolved re resolved reolvnd ¬
solved to bold a meeting January 17 noxt noxtto noxtto nextto
to select a successor to Dr McBryfle No Noname Nomaia Nonflnie
name maia is mentioned in connection with 1th his hissuceeson blseUc hissucdessr
suceeson suceesonPresident eUc sucdessrPreshitmt eeer eeerPr
President Pr sfd llt SIcBryde is one of the beet beetknown bestknown hostknown
known educators in the South He first firstcame 1II1Itcmne firstcame
came into notice prior to 1S 1SJt when he heserved hesered heserved
served as a member of the Miller board boardof botUdor boardof
of trustees of the University of Virginia VirginiaAfter VirginiaAfter VirginiaMter
After relinquishing that position ha filled filledtho finedtho filledtim
tho following follwlngProC followingProfessor followingProcessor
Processor ProC r of agriculture and botany in inthe int inthe
the t e University of Tennessee ee 1176196 and andIn andIn andIn
In charge et f the agricultural a experiment experimentvork experimentwork experimentwork
work professor of agriculture and bot botany botJUly batany ¬
any in the South Carolina College and andI andchairman andChIZIDftH
I chairman of the faculty MBMB iilI presi president pre preetdent i ident ¬
dent of the South Carolina College lIp 11811SSS lIpls
1 153 ls president of the South Carolina tin University tinvorsity ¬ I
versity 186S1WI president of the Vir Virginia Vlrsinla Virginla ¬
ginia Polytechnic Institute MB to the thepresent thepresent thepresent
present time Professor or of agricultural agriculturalchemistry agriculturalonemf agriculturalchemistry
chemistry onemf try in the same me institution ln l UIQ1 UIQ11J01 iitiC i
137 tiC
137Dr Dr Dr McBryde had other distinctions con conferred conferred confeared ¬
ferred upon him him which however he de declined de deJlned doglued ¬
glued IB all 11 M h has been connected connectedwith CORnectedwJUt connectedwith
with college work thirty years yearsMINISTERS 7eanMINISTERS yoursMINISTERS
MINISTERS AT UNVEILING UNVEILINGPotomac UNVEILINGPotmae UNVEILINGPOtfliflC
Potomac Synod Goe floes in Body to Mer Mercerxbnrj JlercerHburg Mercersbnrg
cerxbnrj Academy AcademySpechl Aendcm AendcmSIIeaW Academyto
Spechl to The WMhiastoB w Herald BcnldCbambersburg cSChambe HeraldChamborabung
Cbambersburg Chambe Pa Oct 1IJII8JIIben 1IJII8JIIbenot S M aibers aibersof
of Potomac Synod Reformed Church ROW ROWin BOWIn nowIn
in session ion here her today went in a body bodyon botIyon bodyoft
on a special sPeclaltrain train jtrain to Mercersburg where wherethey wherethey whinethey
they participated in exercises exere in connec connection coanecUoa ceemectio ¬
tion tio with the unveiling of the portrait of ofDr orDr ofDr
Dr Henry ry Karnaugh and also in the thededication thededleadoa thededication
dedication of Laucks Lauck Hall Hallhthe the handsome handsomenew band80rnenew handsomenew
new dormitory connected conn ted with Mercers Mercersbur Itereetsburg e eAe
bur burg Academy AcademyMembers Ae emelllhra AcademyMenthors
Members elllhra of the synod were W met at the
depot by Ute student atumt body numbering numberingnearly nVlllbertulrJ numberingnearly
nearly rJ 4M and escorted to Keif Hall Hallwhere HaUWMre Hallwhere
where the unveiling took place placeRev 1 placeRev 1aee
< Rev Dr John M Schick of Washington Washing Wbln5tea ¬
tea ton 9 read a passage from the scripture scriptureafter Rrlptureafter scripturetter
after tter which the portrait was unveiled by byaOs hfin
aOs in Mary Louisa Karbaogh of Bryn BrynMawr Brr BrrWW BrynMawr
Mawr WW Rev Dr J Spangler Rider of ofHagerstown ofHqenJtown ofHagergtown
Hagerstown delivered the memorial ad address addretII1 address ¬
dress aDd the portrait was accepted by byDr byDr byDr
Dr Williams Mann Irvine president of ofthe otthe ofthe
the academy acadeIDyJOSHUA academyJOSRUA academyJOSHUA
JOSHUA G HARVEY DYING DYINGPrcNldent DYlliGl DYINGlresldent
PrcNldent l of Western Vel tcrn National Bank Bankof Bankor Bankof
of Baltimore Cannet Live Ihcto Lives LiveSsceU
s SsceU to t The TheBaltimore TTrtHajtim BcnU BcnUBaltbnore liusMBaltimore
Baltimore Md Oct ItAt At a late hour hourtonight bourtonlbt hourtonight
tonight JoebJ Joshua G Harvey HarTe prsslacuit of ofthe ofUM ofthe
the Western V tern National Bank who has been 1tNGill beenU
ill U for some time at his home iIi 7l North NorthCharles Nort1aCbarIea NorthCharles
Charles street street was still alive but his hiscondition h hCOIICUtIoD hiscondition
condition was considered very critical criticalMr cridcalfr criticalMr
Mr Harvey who is nearly seventy seventyeight IleVeftt7e seventyeight
eight e t years eI8 eaz oM is suffering su < e from a acomplication McomplicaUon acomplication
complication of rheumatism and gout and andhis lidbia andhis
his advanced age it Is said aid stands very verymuch YeIJmuch verymuch
much in the way of his recovery recoveryMr recoverMr recoveryMr
Mr Harvey has been a familiar figure agureboth aurebeth figureboth
both in the business b and financial world worldsince worldnee worldsince
since nee early manhood H He was bom In hithis Inthill Inthis
this city on October 7 Utt His father fatherthe latherthe fatherthe
the late James Harvey was a wholesale wbolealedry wholesaledry j jdry
dry goods merchant It was probably rObaWydue probablydue j jdue
due to this that his son started out In Inft Inbusinum m mbusiness
business ft as an Importer of silk and Bilk Bilkproductions BIlktIOduct1ons silkproductions
productions productionsCAROLINA tIOduct1onsOAROLINA productionsCLBOLINA
CAROLINA GETS MANY ALIENS ALIENSlleanlt LIBNSResult S SJtelfnlt
Result of o Work orl of Special A Agent AgcntSeRt AgentSeat Kent KentScat
Scat to Huron HuronOver I1rope I1ropeOver 1CwropeOver
Over Set aliens are on their way to toSouth < SSouth o oSouth
South Carolina CaroU with the intention n or set settling et etUtng ¬
tling Uf In that State tat as the result of the thecombined theuotnbined
combined efforts of the State immigration immigrationbureau immf Immigrationbureau TatJon <
bureau and the North German Lloyd Lloydpany Uoydcompany
company companySouth companySouth pany panySouth
South Carolina has been n making < a acJaI spe special sp spcml ¬
cial effort to attract a desirable class ql qlimmigrants Iftmll qfimmigrants
immigrants gota to Its boundaries bou a and 09 09pointed ill illpoiated appointed
pointed a special agent to go to Europe Europendy EuropeRcentIy j jBecently
Becently ndy Director Frederick von Pillis Pillisvisited PtW PtW1aIted8outb P1111visited
visited 1aIted8outb Booth Carolina as the result rosi t of ofthis orthis ofthis
this special representatives work and andwas aMwu endwas
was so favorably impressed imp with th the ad advantages Moffered advantages ¬
vantages offered by the th Southern State Statethat Statethat Statethat
that be arranged for the cooperation of ofhis OChIa ofida
his company with the State otnctals otnctalsImmigration otBcIaJalllDlCntkm odidalslniinIgrstlon
Immigration from all countries to the theUnited theUntttd theUnited
United States continues to increase enor enormously eaOlJnOUIII enormoody ¬
moody JnOUIII according to figures given out outyesterday outnaterda outyesterday
yesterday by the Department 1 r f Com Commerce Commerce Cornmarco ¬
merce and Labor During < September SeptemberIfML Septembetth fleptemberme
IfML me the th total number of immigrants was wasiRjiL I
iRjiL 311 an increase IDC of Si 1 per cent over overHoc overlIlt
lIlt Hoc and a gain of about as much over overUK overJIII6 overhIs
UK UKRussia
Russia I 18 most prominent In the list listas II8t II8tthe listas
as the increase there is 85 per cent over overItM overand overisot
ItM isot and again almost as a much over 1MB 1MBi 115TIle iIlbThe
The total number of Cxars Czarsiubjects subjects who
have fled to America Is 1 1At niUl niUlAt
At the same time the number of per persons per per80NJ pereons ¬
sons debarred under the restriction of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Bureau of Immigration le IS 4 per cent centgreater ceatter centgreater
greater ter than two years age during the thesame theDMmtb thesame
same month monthGoo DMmtbGoot monthGoes
Goes Goo to Reform School SchoolJustice ScltoolJ SchoolJustice
Justice J uatIce Stafford m 1ft Criminal Court No
1 1 yesterday y overruled the motion for a anew anew anew
new trial trtalln In the case of Edgar Washing Washington Washington Washington ¬
ton ton who was convicted con ted and found guilty guiltyla guiltylast l1ty l1tyl
la l last t week on the charge cha of assault on a ayoung aYOUR ayoung
young < girl The sentence e enee oC the court courtwas courtwas courtwas
was that Washington Washln tOR < who is nearly six sixteen txteen sixteen ¬
teen years old be sent to the Reform ReformSchool ReformSehool ReformSchool
School for Boys la this city until he hereaches herncba hereaches
reaches the age of twentyone twentyoneClark tWeftt7ooeC1nrl twentyoneCLink
Clark anti Lane Go VcH VcHInterstate VcHtInterstate VCHIInterstate <
Interstate Commerce Cemmerce Commissioners CommissionersClark CommllndenersClark CommissionersClark
Clark and Lane left for fo Kansas City last lastnight Jutnight lastnight
night On Monday they will begin be ln an in investigation inestl ineatigation ¬
vestigation estl on of the relationship between betweenthe betweenthe betweenthe
the railroads and grain elevators They Theygo Theygo Theygo
go to Omaha from Kansas City CityLoan CityF CityLoan
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Headquarters HeadquartersWashington HeadauartersIIi Headquartersin
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1 IsatdlOFStNW IsatdlOFStNWIf Is sat at 610 lO F St StNW StNWIt NW NWIt
It yu are In need 1 of meney It Itj Itwill itwilt
j will pay you to call there for fori forrat forrates
i rates rat and payments on loans of ofi or1m offroi
i froift 1m l l to 53W on bongeholfl bongeholflgoods HnIeekolds bounekaldflhodsa
goods flhodsa s a piano horses or orj orwagotL orwagon
j I wagon wagonYou wagonYou
You can get et it today tedayWashington todaytH todayashington
Washington tH ashington Loan LoanCompany LoanCOmpany LoanCompany
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DEATH ATll ENDS LEPERS TRIALS TRIALSSufferer I II ISufferer ISufferer I
Sufferer After Mt rBcing Being Driven from fromState fromState fromState
State to t State Staie Pelislies PelisliesQuarantined P rishes rishesQu
J JQuarantlnet
Quarantined Qu rantifletl inWcat hCVc i VestrgInIn t Virginia Plan1Yerc IlnnnWere Ilnnn IlnnnWere
Were Being Dcln Perfected Penf cted to toExport toIt toExport
It ItExport
Export Him HimPlckmis 111mFlckuns filmPickuns
Plckmis W v Va Va Oct 1 1IGeorge George Ran Raschld Ra RachId Ranchid
chId the leper who baa caused no end of ofi ottrouble oftrouble
i trouble to the health board boardtr of several severali severalStates
i States S tes for the past four or live months monthswill monthswfll monthswill
will bother thorn no moro The unfortu unfortunate unfortunate unfortunate ¬
nate men died today todayHI0 todayHis todayHis
His death was not due to the th dread din disease dlst1ISe diniSSe ¬
ease that th t had made him an outcast from fromhlg romhili frothhig
hlg followraan according to tho doctors doctorswho doctorswho doctorswho
who examined ox mlnod him after death but was wasattributed wuattributed wasattributed
attributed to heart troublo troubloNevertheless troubloNeverthelC troubleNevertheless
Nevertheless 8 the body showed s owed the rapid rapidstrides rapidstrides rapidstrid
strides strid that the disease had made m de in the thelast theIut thelest
last ten days The officials of this county countyafter countyafter countyafter
after being notified of hlg hi death were at ata ata ata
a loss how to dispose dl po of the body bo y but will willprobably willprobably willprobably
probably decide on cremation cremationHaschtd cremationI cremationRnscnid
Haschtd I had been sent from froncountY county to tocounty tocounty tocounty
county and State to State In box cars carsfinally carstlnally carsfinally
finally landing here He was quarantined quarantinedand quar nUoed nUoedand
and no one ventured near him except exceptphysicians exceptphysician exceptphysicians
physicians and the disposition of the un unwelcome unwelcome Unwelcome ¬
welcome guest had become a problem to tothe tothe tothe
the authorities It was suggested recent recently recently recently ¬
ly that he be deported to his natlvp na natIv vf land landami 18ndIUNl landanti
anti the local authorities were negotiating negotiatingwith neg negotiatingwith tlating tlatingwith
with the government with such an object objectin objectin objectin
in view when be died diedSECOND diedSECOND I ISEOOND
SECOND ATTEMPT ATT T TO POISON POISONWoman POISONV POISONWoman
Woman V oman in Gary Gar Ilouwchold 1I0uch ld Xow Ac Accused Aceulctl Accviced ¬
cused of Another Crime CrimeSptcfel CrimeSpedlI CrimeSperhi
Sptcfel to The WMbkctca W WdiIs cu humid IlwridBaltimore n nBalt1l11Ore humidBeltitoore
Baltimore Md d Oct ItIt It developed to today toda tOday ¬
day da that Annie AleBa Bangert ert te gardeners gardenerswife sardenerswlf gardenerswife
wife wlf who placed p1aceclprt parte green in the spring springon prlngon
on t the estate of E Stanley Gary million mllllonire millionsire millionaire ¬
sire ire and son of exPostmaster tmaJtter General GeneralGary GeneralGary Generalcary
Gary had also placed the poison m In a head headof beeadO headof
of O f lottuce which had been prepared for the thetable thetable
table of Mr and ad Mrs Gar Gar and their theirfamily th theirfamuIy lr lrCamUy
I
family Criminal information In the th case casewas canewas
was flted today and the woman will be betried betrl betried
tried trl at the present term of court Her H r
motive tlv is a mystery mysteryThe mysteryThe tery
I
The ftndto duding of the poison n m 1ft tbe spring springon prlngon springen
on the home of f Mr Gary created con consternation conernatJon consternatlon ¬
sternation ernatJon among his neighbors n and andfriends andfriends andfriends
friends At first the people became sue suspicious U8p6efous suepiciQus ¬
picious that some crank was at work but butthey butthe butUici
they the were W at a loss to know why a tarn family amUy tarnfly ¬
fly like tIN Garys should be singled ngled out outfor outtor outfor
for such ucb a heinous belno crime crimeHENEY crimeHENRY crimeHENRY
HENRY ALTEMUS IS DEAD DEADWealthy DEADcnUhy DEADcaltliy
Wealthy cnUhy Publisher PnbU hcr of Philadelphia PhiladelnltiaFaHKCH PhnneJJI PhiladelphiaPasses in inPnKHeH
Passes Away a of Old Age AgeS AeSpeeW AgeSpett
S SpeeW eM to Tte Tb WMttectn W limit limitBaltimore II IIDaitlmore HumidBaltimore
Baltimore Oct a 1IJudp Judge Henry D DHarlan DHarlan DHarlan
Harlan and Airs Harlan left for Phila Philadelphia PbIIadltlphl Philadolphin ¬
dolphin In response to a message 1ItM report reporting reportIng reportbig ¬
ing the death this morning of Mrs Han Harlans HuIan Hanlast
lans Ian father Henry Altemus the wealthy wealthypublisher wealthypublisher I IpubU
publisher Mr Altemus had been in bad badhealth badhealth
health for several years and had prac practically practJrIl practicahly ¬ I
tically retired from business bt during dur1 the thepast thepast thepeat
past two years 7OT taking tk1P no active part in intbe Inthe
the conduct of his hi affairs Death was due dueto dueto 1
to rid M age a Mrs Harlan will remain in inPhiladelphia InPh inPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Ph la until tn after the funeral funeralMr funeralMr funeralMr
Mr Altemue leaves extensive exteft lTe Interests InterestsHe InterestsHe
He is I survived by four sons and his hisdaughter biedagpter hi hidaughter
daughter Helen A who married Judge JudgeHarlan JudtreHarlan JudgeHanimi
Harlan la September IMS Robert the theeldest theelde theeldest
eldest son has not recently been in bust business buatnetI80 bustflees ¬
ness netI80 but the other sons ao sonsHoward Howard Henry Henryand HI17IUId Henryand
and Roland RoIJIdare are all Interested in tbe pub publishing pubIt8bbIg publiabing ¬
lishing firm of Henry Altemus Co CoEAINS CoRAINS CoRAINS
RAINS POSTAGE STAMPS STAMPSinln STAI1PSTralii STAMPSfoalii
foalii inln Outs Mail Poach ami ii l ScattcVThem ScattcV Sontte SontteThem ScatteiFhcm
Them Them Alone 1onJ Railroad n nrond Track Trackjirtrt TrnckIM Tracksdal
jirtrt sdal to Tk IM WatistaeMB W Wtie4 IteMC IteMCLaurel 1IeLaurel IlumicI4uursi
Laurel Md Xci Oct HA mail I pouch fill filled filled li lied ¬
ed with postage stamps which wlakht was wasthrown wanthrown
t thrown n from train No GM of tbe Balti Baltimore Baltlmore Baltimore ¬
more and Ohio Railroad as It was pass passbig pulling Z5 Z5lug
big Laurel m In some way wa fell under the thewheels thewheels thewheels
wheels of the passing pa train train which cut cuttbe cutthe cutthe
the pouch into Intolecea pieces For a while bile it itappeared ItappearM itappeared
appeared to be raining stamps The in incident Incltleltt Incideet ¬
cident attracted a large rare crowd whicii whiciigathered witte witteptlaMd wklcigathered
gathered up Ut the stamps for or some distance distancei dl8tanHaIoDpIde distancealongside
alongside i the tracks and afterward afterwardturned atterw afterwardturned rd rdtorn
turned them over to Postmaster Gus Gustavus Gmta Gustaytus
tavus ta B Timanns Tlman of the Laurel post postNearly poetoMce postedico
oMce oMceN edicoNearly
Nearly N 2 2 Zh W stamps are stilt missing missingThey mi miTbeJ missingThey
They wm jutended faitended btt for tile Saencerville Saencervillepoetoffice Speneervlllepostolilce rvme rvmep
poetoffice p to lce iu i Montgomery M County It is isstated Ieatated isstated
stated that nearly 99 stamps were found foundstuck toUDdtuck foundstuck
stuck to the trucks of the train upon Its Itsarrival Itsamval Itsarrival
arrival in Baltimore BaltimoreWILL BaltimoreWILL BaltimoreWILl
WILL SPEAK AT ANNAPOLISCrngrcieuiinn ANNAPOLIS ANNAPOLISCoiiRrensmnn ANNAPOLISCGJJ
CoiiRrensmnn CGJJ reJIImnn Mndd udd nnd President PrcHldcntGoinpers Prel PresidentConipers ent entGonlPers
Goinpers to Ad 4hlre Address drew Voter VoterSpwfel VoterspseIsl oterJII oterJIItit
Spwfel u Tb TIle WSHMI W Waisu HtnM HtnMAnnapolis 11 11Anapella IlosidAnnapolis
Annapolis Md tI Oct 1t itNeIther Netther George GeorgeM Geo GeoM
M Smith of Prince Georges County CountyDemocratic CountyDemacral1e CountyDemocratic
Democratic candidate for Congress teasra from fromthe tnMDthe betathe
the Fifth district nor Congressman CObgr Syd Sydn S7c1IMY Sydny
n IMY y E Muck Republican f Charles
County ty candidate caJt for reelection has huyet as asyet asyet
yet addressed a mass meeting in Ana AnaArundel AJaRArundel AnnArundel
Arundel County although al1ho Mr lr Smith dfdspeak cUd dtdspeak cUdspeak
speak to a large e gathering at Odenton Odentonduring OdentonclurSll Oilentouduring
during clurSll the progress of a tournament sev several several nevrl ¬
eral rl days ago agoMr aplflr ageMr
Mr Smith has ha not as yet arranged to tocome tocome tocome
come to Annapolis and address the voters votersnor vetoesnor felS felSnor
nor has anything been 1 heard of his likeli likelihood IIkeUhood ltkelihood ¬
hood to do ao The Te Republicans Repu Ueaas wilt hold holdtheir bo1dtheir holdtheir
their mass meeting here on Tuesday night nightnext nI nightnext t tnext
next next and Congressman Mudd will be the theprincipal theprfneipal theprincipal
principal speaker Samuel Gompers pres president presIdent prosIdent ¬
ident of the American Federation of La Labor Labor Laher ¬
bor which organization Is opposing Mr MrMudd Mrilludcf MrMutid
Mudd will 111 make an address here en the thenight theDiCbt thenight
night of November 2 2EHEA 1 1RHEA 2IUiEA
RHEA WILL CASE IN COURT COUETRamlolpliMacon COURTRandolphMacon
RamlolpliMacon College Wants the thepocnment theDocnment theDpcnmcnt
pocnment Docnment Produced In Virginia VlrgInlaI VirginiaSpecial VirginiaSpecial
Special I to The Wathtogtpn W Waekistosi Herald HcnMNorfolk UNNorfolk HeraldNorfolk
Norfolk Va Oct OcL It 11T T R t Clendlnen Clendlnenof
of Baltimore and other a atoiueys tonteys omeys are arehere anhere arehere
here today arguing inS for a dismissal dt ll of ofproceedings ofptOCeedlnCS ofproceedings
proceedings brought by the trustees of ofRandolphMacon ofRandolph1a ofRandolpbMaon
RandolphMacon Randolph1a on College of Virginia to tocompel tooompl totiompel
compel Mrs Mary M BrUge Mrs Mary MaryC
C King and others of Baltimore to pro produce produra produce ¬
duce in Virginia YI nia the will of Mrs Mn Colum Columbia Columbia Columbin ¬
bia Rhea who cutting them oft 0 left her herentire herentire herentire
entire estate valued at 100gM3 1 leS to the theHandolphMacon theRandolphlIaeon theRandolphMacon
HandolphMacon College C U The will wtllnow is isnow innow
now held In Ii Baltimore and Mrs Rltea Rlteasister Rs Rssister Rimessister
sister and other seek to have the tJ Mary Maryland Maryland Maryland
land courts declare It invalid invalidSpcefel inTaU4iT InvalidTwo
T Two o Men Drowuetl DrowuetlSpeeklSo DroPitedto
SpeeklSo Spcefel to The WMbtegtea HcnM HcnMRoanoke ilemli ilemliRoanoks II IIRoanoke
Roanoke Va Oct 18 1QA A G C Parker a awalking 0wan awalking
walking wan lnf boss for a Tidewater Railroad Railroadconstruction Railroadeen Railroadconstruction
construction een trUCtton force and an Italian known knownas
as Jack were drowned In New River Rivernear Rivernear Ryernear
near Radford today Parker Park r with 1th six sixItalians sixIUtllna sixItalians
IUtllna Italians in a boat boat was crossing the theswollen theswOllen theswollen
swollen stream when the thecable cable broke and andl andParker andtarker
l Parker and Jack were thrown Into the thewater thewat thewat
water wat r and drowned The Theother other men mDl were wereresetted werereIIOuedwtth wererescued
rescued reIIOuedwtth with withdifficulty withdifficultyH difficulty difficultyHome dlffleult1I
Home I H omc nie Carried l Down DO 1t River HlvcrSiwefel nhcr5tlldal RiverStmil
Siwefel to TIle w1 WUMagIOH Vatest m nN nNCulpeper RealSCulpeper H rmM rmMCulpeper
Culpeper Va Oct 10 liLThhs Thi8 This section of ofVirginia ofVirginia ofVirginia
Virginia today and Yesterday was wasvisited was wasviSIted wasvisited
visited by the most disastrous and heav heaviest hMVlest h av avLest ¬
lest deluge bC of rain In the past forty fortyyears fortyyears fortyyears
years Early today news came that thatut thAtfit thatitt
ut the junction of the Rapldan R pldan and andRappalwinnock andRuppahannock andRappaliannock
Rappalwinnock rivers a large farm farmhouse farmhousp farmhouse ¬
house containing ntaining as its Inmates menWomen men menwomen menwomen
women and children was swept Into the thevortex thevortox thevortex
vortex of those tb e rivers being carried down downsomv downsome downsoin
somv some soin distance landing upon a sand bar barwhere barwhere batwhere
where the inmates were rescued
A Real Stroke StrokeYou 1 1fi
fi You Y ou can an learn to swim in two ways You can cango cango i igo
go down and stick your toes into the cold water and andscream andscreamt andscream
scream screamt or you you can jump off the dock into deep deepwater deepwater dcepwater
water Ridgways chose J the latter We jumped jumpedoff jumpedJ jumpedoff jumpedoff
off a high dock into deep water and anda a little chilly chillyOn chillyOn chillyOn
On our first number we went clear clown out of ofsight ofsight ofsight
sight and when we came up we had to be pulled pulledashore pulledashore pulledashore
ashore in a rowboat On our second number we wedidnt wedidnt wedidnt
didnt need the rowboat but we did a heap of splut spluttering spluttering spluttering ¬
tering and splashidg On this third number we be believe believe believe ¬
lieve you will discover something that looks almost almostlike alm st stlike t tlike
like a stroke in our swimming Read it through and andsee andsee I Isceif
see sceif if you dont think we we are making some progress progressLINDSAY progr progrLINDSAY progressLINDSAY
LINDSAY DENISON one oneof of our editors editorsafter editorsafter editorsafter
after a consultation cons ltation with President Hadley of Yale Yalehas Yalehas Yalehas
has written an interesting article on Social Ostra Ostracism Ostracism OstracisIn
cism as a Curb on Trust Wrongdoers In 1 January
1900 Mr Hadley advocated the social boycott as asthe asthe asthe
the best means for stopping the misuse of of the Trust Trustpower Trustpow Trustpower
power pow r by Trust and Insurance directors Mr Hadley Hadleywas Hadleyw Hadleywa
was w wa ridiculed ridi li ed for his suggestion Since then public publicopinion publicopinion 1 1opinion
opinion has Changed from condemnation to endorse endorsement endorsement ¬ i iment
I
ment mentGEORGE GEORGE W OGDEN contributes a West Western Weitem Vet Vetern ¬
ern em story stor entitled enttled A Doctored Edition It is full rullof fullof Mlof
of incident with a womans wit and intuition called calledinto caUedinto calledinto
into play playGELETT playGELE1J playGELETT
GELETT GELE1J BURGESS has gathered a great greatassortment gleat gleatassortment geatassortment
assortment of humor for this week His Hisow own con contribution contFibution contyibution ¬
tribution tFibution a droll Bab ballad is happily illustrated illust t d by byOliver byOliver y I IOliver
Oliver Herford HerfordSIXTEEN HerfordSIXTEEN HerfordSIXTEEN
SIXTEEN PAGES P OF ILLUSTRA ILLUSTRATIONS ILLUSTRATIONS ILLUSTRATIONS ¬
TIONS are atc printed on super paper depicting local localand localand localand
and national scenes and incidents in Business Poli Politics Politics Politics ¬
tics Finance Sports and Society SocietyTHE SocietyTHE SocietyTHE
THE WASHINGTON BUREAU is s now nowin nowin nowin
in full swing Every department of the government governmentis
is reviewed in chatty informing articles by an ex exclusive ¬ c cclusive t telusive
clusive staff of writers writersSAMUEL writersSAlIUEL writersSAMUEL
SAMUEL HOPKINS HOPKINSA ADAMS AlI and his hi as associates associates associates ¬
sociates sociates in in fourteen cities cities cover cpver the e bigjeents big ce events entsof entsofweek of the theweek thcweek
week in strong forceful forcefuleditorials edito rials edited By telegraph telegraphGet telegraphGet telegraphGet
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PLEADS FOE 1t TOEMEE WIFE WIFEReturns W1FJ W1FJReturns
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Returns R from r Penitentiary p r Saves SavesWomnn SavesWoman
Woman omnn from Jail Weds ctb Her HerSpecial lIetipe 11crSperisi
Special to The Washington ubiIJItoD Herald HeraldCumberland UnaldCumberland HrnIdCumberiand
Cumberland Md Oct ISRobert Lee LeeConley LeeCoaey LeeCoaler
Conley aged a e4 forty years yn was recently reeent1yIea re released releaned ¬
leased from the Maryland Penitentiary Penitentiaryafter Peattentlaryafter PenitentiarYafter
after a twoyear term White incarcerated incarceratedhis
his wife Florence Victoria Conley COnle aged agedthirty agedthfrty agedthirtyeven
thirty thirtyeven even obtained a divorce divorceOn divorceOn divorceOn
On Wednesday day Mrs Conley was son sentenced aet1te sontenee ¬
tenced te tenee C for three months to the county count jail jailfor jaUa jailfor
for a misdemeanor She wept bitterly bitterlyYesterday bitterlyY bitterlyYesterday
Yesterday Y Coniey couJ y himself appeared in incourt incourt incourt
court and pleaded to have the sentence of ofhis ofhis
his former wife revoked saying that they theydesired tlleydesired theydesired
desired to be remarried arrld On the promise promiseof
of good behavior from from both the court courtstruck courtatnlck courtstruck
struck out the judgment judgme t and suspended suspendedsentence suspendedsentence dIP elided
sentence setting the woman free The TheConleys TheCon1tys TheGonleys
Conleys were remarried this thISSTOP xnornms xnornmsSTOP zuornIn zuornInSTOP
STOP CRUELTY TO ANIMALS ANIMALSLyncltbarp ANIMALSLnchbnrg ANThtALSLynchburg
Lynchburg Citizen Organize So Society Soclct Socicty ¬
ciety anti nut Elect Officer OfficerSptetel OfficerlCte OlilcersBladal
Sptetel to The WMktectM Humid HcnMLynchburg Ba8IdLrncbbUl1 HumidLynchburg
Lynchburg Va Oct IS lSA A Society for forthe forthe forthe
the Prevention of Cruelty to Animate was wasformed wasformed Wasformed
formed at a wellattended mass meeting meetingat
at the Westminster Presbyterian Church Churchf Churchef ChurchSf
ef f this city Ity The officers President P PA PA PA
A A Knee vice presidents Dr W S STbornMH s sTbornWn 5Thoruhill
TbornMH and Rev R Father Perng Per sec secretary secretary seerotary ¬
retary John M Miles executive commit cDaImittee rommittee committee ¬
tee Mrs John H Lewis T I W McLaugh McLaughBn McLagp1m
Bn W C Carrington arid the officers officersThe officerslhe eersThe
The The executive committee met this after afternoon afternoon afternooti ¬
noon and took lo k steps for fo securing a char charter eharter charIcr ¬
ter and as soon as this te accomplished accomplishedan
an agent will be placed placedon on the streets streetsto streetsto streetsto
to give his whole time to the work of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the organization organisationSupply organizationSUIpIT organizationSupply
Supply Company I IJIl Chartered ChnrtercdSped ChnrteredSpeeW Charteredto
Sped SpeeW to The WMhtagtoM WUbIssaHSIn14 WUbIssaHSIn14FrederickSbUrg Hmld HmldFredertcfcsburs HenIcLFretCer1ekaburg
FrederickSbUrg Va Oct ItThe The State StateCorporation StateCQrporation StateCorporation
Corporation Commission Comml1 n granted a charter charterWednesday Chart ChartW ehartstWt1needay
Wednesday W to the Frcdericksburg Supply SupplyCompany SpptCo SupplyCompany
Company Co pany with a capital stock of ofRobert 50 50Robert 550000 550000Robert
Robert L L Dlckson is president resident W WDempsey I IDempeey IDemp
Dempsey e Vice president presldpat and 8n A U UGregory 1 1GnelOr L LGregory
Gregory > of Baltimore secretary and andtreasurer antitnAsurer andtreasurer
treasurer treasurerFnuncc tnAsurerFnunce treasurerFaunce
Fnuncc Buys Fishing Fhlbjn Right RightSpecial RIhtHSpe RightsSpecial
Special to Tbe Tb WatasM W Wato herald lmMLFredericksonrgr u1eIFred heraldFredt1CICsh
Fredericksonrgr Fred Fredt1CICsh Va Oct 19Tbe fa famous famous inmOul ¬
mous Marlboro Marlboro fishing snore on the Po Potomac Po Potpmac Pctpmac ¬
tomac tpmac River in Stafford St ttord County CouutyWaz was sold soldEmbrcy aoldesten1AY soldesterd5y
esten1AY esterd5y at public auction by Judge A A 1 1Embrey 1 1lCmbrey
Embrcy of this city clta acting ting as special specialcommlsteouer specialoornmtsleouer specialconunlSlSOVer
commlsteouer W 1 A AFdunee Fdunce P unc t of ofW ofWIngton VWsamgton VWsa Svanilngton
mgton was the purchaser Uio price being
52000 52000George 2000 2000George 000 000Geor
George Geor e W Horicy fIo e Passes Away AvrnySpeeial Awn AwnSpend AwaySpend
Spend teTtee T1t WaiMagU ITentM ITentMBaltimore Hcnldf IreraldBaltimore
Baltimore f tfmore Oct It 11Georgc George W Y Homey Horseyseyentyavren Hors Horsseyenty Homeyseyenty5Yett
seyentyavren seyenty ft years of age who was wasprominent waspromineftt wasprominent
prominent for forty years enrs1o In the whole wholesale wholsale wholesale ¬
sale district of Baltimore died yei Yft yesterday yesterdayIn trrday trrdayin rday rdayIn
in Seaford Del D l where he had gone to tolive toUV tolive
live UV on retiring r tlrln from business ten years yearsago yearsago yearsago
ago
WHITES W lilTES Aff ANGERED GESED BY INSULTS DfSTILTSRace lliSULISRace INSULTSRace
Race War nr at Hartiwalmrf Feared as asRc allResult asResult
Rc Result nlt of Negroes Xe roeR Act Acts ActsSpecial a aSpecial I Ipedal
I Itartinsburg
Special to The WMbii ubiIIct to H Herald IIenJcLMartlnaburg nld nldMartinsburg
Martinsburg W Va Oct 19 lTroub1e lTroub1ebetween Trouble Troublebetween TrouWebetween
between the whites and negroes of this thiscity thiscity thiscity
city is t feared as a result of the action of ofseveral ofseveral ofseveral
several negroes during durl the past few days daysWednesday daysWednesday daysWednesday
Wednesday evening a negro attempted attemptedto
to hold up u two white women members of ofone ofone ofone
one of the most prominent promlne families of the thecity thecity thecity
city as they were passing along a badly badlylighted ba bal batiylighted
lighted l ted street and they only escaped after aftertheir aftrtheir aftertheir
their cries crt for assistance had been un un8werm airswered tfr tfrswered
swered by residents of the neighborhood neighborhoodThe ndgbbor100dThe
The young ladies sought 8Ou < ht refuge in a near nearby nelUby nearbyhoune ¬
by byhoune byhouneOnly house houseOnly hou8eOnly
Only a night or two ago two young ne negroes YJe YJegroes iegreen ¬
groes members of the educated class classstood classstood classstood
stood within the shadow of Trinity Epis Episcopal Episcopal Episcopal ¬
copal Church In the heart of the city clt and andaccosted andaeeo andaccosted
aeeo accosted ted young YOUII white girls as they passed passedIndignantly passfdIndignantly passedIndignantly
Indignantly repulsed e by two young youngwomen youn younwomen ou ouwomen
women the negroes made an attempt attemptcatcb attemptcatcb t tcatch >
catcb one around the waist The Th timely timeivarrival tlmet timelyarrival J Jarrtva1
arrival of a a man saved the girl from fromfurther fr4Jmturther franfurther
further Insult InsultRecently JnsuILRecently InsultRecently
Recently many arrests have been mad madamong madaunoRf madamong
among the negroes for conducting disor disorderly dlst dlsorderly r r4erIy ¬
derly houses honse e8 gambling drunkenness ac a ttL ttLthe tl tltile l ltbe
tile use of cocaine and this has s resulted resultedia relu1t resultediu i iJq
ia threats 0I of reprisals on the part of the tfolawless t thelawless btJ btJkrw1e8
lawless negroes against the officer and andnewspaper aridnewspaper
newspaper men The better tter class of col colored c1ored 1 ¬
ored people are working with the th whites whiteste whit whitto whitesto
to suppress the lawless element ilemenCThomas d elementThomas ment
Thomas II Miller Il11ra a SuIcide SnlclrteSscefei SulcMeI
Sscefei to The Wttte W Waiiton ton HcraidBarrisonburg Hcraid Hcra1dIianitOQbur HraidNarrisouiburg
Barrisonburg IianitOQbur Va Oct 19Town Scrgt ScrgtThomas SorgtThomas i iThomas1l
Thomas1l Thomas jH 1l hOller committed commit ttd suicide about abeetU aboutU
U oclock this morain morn In it his home by bysneoting JJng byitheoting
sneoting ng himself through the breast breastDeath breaJtDeftth breaptDeath
Death followed within a t leW w minutes Mr JlrMiller Mrmller MrMiller
Miller was about sixty years tars of age a aad aadwas aadWas andwan
was Was a member inemherof of a weUKnown Ro Rockingbent Rocking Rockingaam klnB klnB1tam
bent aam County family He leaves Ie VetI ujft ujftdaughter iabdaughter In Ind
daughter d vghte Illness and despondency are as asSigned asas rn rnsigned
Signed as the cause of his act actBlmlenjtburc actBhttlcn actflldensburg
Blmlenjtburc Bhttlcn hur Mnsjt Meeting MeetingThe flee lecUI1ItThe ing ingThe
The Democratic Club of Bfodensburg Bfodensburgannounces Bladen BladensburannoUnces burs bursunoUnCtt
announces a Democratic mass na nippting nipptingfor mf rnetlrrgfor > p I rt rtfor
for tonight at 730 7 Hon Joseph E EWlldman EWildman FWlldman
Wlldman president of the club will pre preside ptaide proattic ¬
side The principal speakers of the even evening evening Hn HnIb ¬
ing Ib will IH Of Justice J ttef Theodore T F Brown Brownmg Browft1n5 Browntug
mg jr George M Browning Brow Ding canddaf canddaffor cand eanddalfor rl ft ftfor
for Congrss Congr s William B B Claret I State Statesenator Stat Statesenator J JlWnator
senator Benjamin D Stephen 8 hfn clerk Iff Iffthf ntthe < f fthe
the Circuit Court Robert W WfIl V Vells > lls and andJames andJamd andJames
James Enoe Ray jr jrHev Jrne jr11ev
Hev ne Dr C S Speneor I Is Dead DeadSfwrMl Dratlsiel DeadSwiil
SfwrMl to The W WuMacttm shfagt < w Herald HeraldAnnapolis HIraldAnnapoll heraldAnnapolis
Annapolis Ot t 19N l9Nu ws was wa received receivedby rr rereIcdby IYcd IYcdby
by relatives In Annap Annao1i Annaprhls lis today tod tY of tt ttdeath t tI tiie tiiedeath
death dtat of Rev R C C S R Spnver D l H rectfr rectfrof rect rectof rectrir rectrirof
I of the Eptscotiai church at stevensvilfe stevensvilfeKmt stfv Stevenavlhf StevenavlhfKent nIlf nIlfKfnt
Kent Island early y this niirning The THobody Thebody 14 14I
body will be brought to Annapolis AtrJ Ji for in interment iiitrment iiterment ¬
I terment The T deceased was formerly rec rector reO reobr ¬
tor of SI S Margarets argaretlS Church Chur h near An Annapolis ¬ l lnapolis
1 napolis i

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