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1T0 THE WASHINGTON HERALD SUNDAY OCTOBER 21 1906
I1TUS WU T UJS iis NEW TE HEAD HEADCoiuites HE HEADC > AD ADCnuitess
Coiuites C uijtes df f Carlisle Succeeds SllcceclsLady SucceedsLaIy
Lady Henry Somerset SomersetIS SOlnersetIS
IS NOTED ENGLISH ENGLI H CRUSADER CRUSADERWorlds ORUSADERorlils OBUSADERWorltli
Worlds orlils Convention at Boston Fin Finishes Finbites FiniiIte ¬
bites Routine Business liy Electing ElectingOJIlccrs EIectlng EIectlngOJUcers EjectingOfficers
Officers Congressman Con reHsntnn LUtlefield LUtlefieldAddresses LittlefieldAddresscs LttlleflchlAddresMcs
Addresses Delegates in Defense of ofProhibition oflroltl of1ro1LIbtjonttcnhl
Prohibition lroltl 1ro1LIbtjonttcnhl JtJonAttelld Attend Churches ChurchesBoston OlturchesBOttton Churchc3Boston
Boston Oct 2ft SThe The Countess Countc of Car Carlisle CArIIsl CarllsIe ¬
lisle IIsl > president of the th British Womens WomensChristian WojnengChristktn Comen ComenChci5t1an
Christian Temperance Unteo was elected electedworlds clcctelworlds eketet1worlds
worlds president of t We e association associationtoday associationtoday soocktontoday
today todayThe todayThe todayThe
The countess received SO vote vo out of ofthe ofthe 1 1the
the 311 votes cast on the nominating bal ballot balJot bilot ¬
lot lotCountess Countess Cotnte Carlisle rIse succeeds iiecee4 Lady Henry HenrySomerset H nry nrySomerset ry rySomeraet
Somerset as z worlds worId presMsnc The coun countess counteas counteo ¬
teas teo is s at her home in England nIand but Is Isrepresented Isrepresented 1 1repreentd
represented at the convention conve tlolt by her herhusband herhusband herhusbnd
husband th the Earl of Carlisle and nd her herdaughter betdaught herdaughter
daughter daught Lady Dorothy Howard HowardThe HowardThe HowardThe
The Counters Couute of Carlisle nrI1I who te very verywell verywell verywell
well known for years declared a cru crusade ecusade ¬
sade 1 in England against t the custom of ofemploying otmploying ofemploying
employing bar maids maidsMrs maidsIrs nIaMLMta
Mrs Irs Stevens was Was reelected to the vice vicepresidency vicevresldeacy vicepresidency
presidency Mrs Irs Mary E Sanderson of ofDanville otDanville ofIanvlIIe
Danville was reelected worlds ivor1d treasurer treasurerand tTe8Surerand treasurer1and
and both worlds secretaries were also alsoreelected a180reelected Ieo Ieoree1ected3Ise
reelected ree1ected3Ise Miss n Agnes Agn E Stack Ste of Der Derbyshire Derbyshire Derbyshlre ¬
byshire England and Miss A O Gordon Gordonof Gordonof Gordonof
of Evanston Ill 111Congressman HICongre88man IllCongrernan
Congressman Uttlefleld of Maine ad addressed addres5ed eddressed ¬
dressed the convention during the morn morning morning nornAng ¬
ing defending prohibition prohibitionTonight prohibitionronl prohibltSonTonight
Tonight ronl ht there were onemTmite ad addressee adt1res adlreeaea ¬
dressee s by representatives repre ntatfvee of th the coun countries countries eountries ¬
tries feredated In the Worlds Vorl s Womens WomensChristian WomensChristian WomenzChristian
Christian Temperance Union UnionTomorrow UnionTomorrow UnionTomorrow
Tomorrow church programmes of va various various varloue ¬
rious interests will attract the visitors visitorswhile visitorswhile vlsftorswhile
while Monday and Tuesday invite the thetourists Utetourists thetourists
tourists with programmes of social activ activity activity acttvIty ¬
ity The real work of the convention conventionhowever conenUonhowcer conventionhowever
however has been completed completedBIOLOGICAL completedBIOLOGIOAL completed3IOLOGICAL
BIOLOGICAL SOCIETY MEETS MEETSLearned MEETSLearnel MEETSLearneil
Learned Discussions at First Regu Regular Regular Ilegnmr ¬
lar Winter Session SessionThe SesKlouThe SessionThe
The first regular regur meeting of the winter winterseason iinterSialOl wintersaeon
season of the Biological Society of Wash Washington WashintOft Washlngton ¬
ington took place last night ni ht in the assem assembly aaembly asiembly ¬
bly hall of the Cosmos Co mo Club many mem members members menthers ¬
bers and their wives being beln present Dr DrF DrF DrF
F W Knowlton the president t of the so society 10lety soclety ¬
ciety lety called the meeting to order There Therewere Therea Therewere
were a number of highly interesting die discussions dlecUA diecuasiens ¬
cussions on various sctentificjpaicg sctentificjpaicgB
B W Evermann EermaDn of the Bureau of Fish Fisheries FIsheriES Fishei ¬
eries ei lee spoke at length 1en th on the introduction introductionof
of Chinook clti 09k salmon in the Eastern Efstern States Statesparticularly States Statesparticularly Statesparticularly
particularly Sunapee Lake N H Mr MrPiper MrPIper MrPiper
Piper of the Department of Agriculture Agriculturefollowed A lc8tturefollowed Agriculturefollowed
followed with a a discussion on the feud fascination raetnaUon feudnation ¬
nation of Japanese clover frequently frequentlyfound frequentlyfound frequentlyfound
found in the Southern States StatesJ
J N Rose R of the National Na Museum Museumpresented X Museumpreeeflted u upretlelted
presented a strange d desert ert plant from fromMexico froMMexico fromMedco
Mexico which he has under uer observation observationThe ob8ervatioaTh obeeivationThe
The Th plant is used for cattle feeding in inMexico InI InMexico
Mexico I xlco and Dr Roses Ro es experiments are areintended areIntlnded areIntended
intended to show that there may be a apossibility apoPSlblltty apodbl1tty
possibility for its cultivation and use in inthis Inthis Inthis
this country eou tTY The feature l of the evening eveningwas eftDlDwas eveningwas
was Lite be e learned and JMl very interesting Intere tJ topic topicon top6eon topicon
on The Mechanism of Heredity pre presented preSE1lted peemflted ¬
sented by Dr W J SpIlman which was wasfollowed wa wafollowed wasfollowed
followed by a general discussion d1 cua1on of the thesubject tMsubject thesubject
subject in which many of the members membersparticipated membersparticipated membersparticipated
participated participatedCITIZENS participatedCI participatedCITIZENS
CITIZENS CI IZENS GET HEARINGS HEARINGSCommissioner HEARINGSCOlU11llHHIoller HEARINGSCoznnilnsloner
Commissioner Says Legislation Al Always Always 1 1Wa ¬
ways Wa S Is Made Public PublicCommfestoner PublicCommi PublicCoinmMuoner
Commfestoner 8loller Macfarland made vigor vigorous vigorous r rous ¬
ous denial yesterday ye temay that citizens of the theDistrict theDistrict theDistrict
District are 1lIOt not given opportunity op rtunUf to be beheard behfartl beheard
heard oa bills relating to District matters matterswhich matterswhlck matterswhich
which have been referred by Congres Congressional C CstoualCCMamittees Coogrensionel ¬
sional stoualCCMamittees committees to the Commissioners CommissionersThe COl1Jmiutonera COl1JmiutoneraThe Com4sslonersThe
The practice said he 18 te just the theother theother theother
other way No citizen or dtisens com committee committee cornmitten ¬
mittee has ever asked for an opportunity opportunityto
to be heard on any an bill referred to the theCommissioners theComrnl theCommlmloners
Commissioners lonen without being given a ahearing alearlng abekring
hearing hearingContinuing learlng bekringContinuing learlngContlnuln
Continuing Contlnuln be declared that when the thesubjectmatter thesubjctJft8tter thesubjectmatter
subjectmatter Of the measure has been beenof beenof beenof
of sufficient Importanee it t has been the theuniform theuniform theuniform
uniform practice of the Commissioners CoMmi 8loners to toappoint to3ppolnt toappotut
appoint a public hearing We welcome welcomeevery welc welcOmeevery me mevery
every very expression of public opinion he headded beadded headded
added The bills referred to us by Con Congress Congress Congross ¬
gress are always open to the inspection inspectionof
of the public and the representatives of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the newspapers newspapersLiterary nepapersLItcrarY newapnperLiterary
Literary Club Elects Officers OfficersThe OmeerTbe OllleersThe
The Excelsior Literary Club at Its Itsmeeting Itsmeetllg Itsmeethjg
meeting recently elected the following followingdelegates fOllowingdelegates followingdelegates I
delegates to represent the organization o lzaUon at atthe atthe atthe II
the annual meeting of the th federation fecleraUonrs
Mrs rs Baker ker Mrs IrL Emma Brookes Brook Miss MissFlora MsFlora MissFlora I
Flora MeCreery and Miss Addle Forster ForsterThe Forsterrhe ForsterThe
The president Mrs Emerson was v in the thechair thechair thechair
chair and papers were read by Mrs MrsBradley MrsBradley nI nIBradley
Bradley Mrs rs Emerson and nd Mrs Foes Forater Forster Foester
ter The next meeting will be held at atthe atthe atthe
the home of Mrs Tranty SM Indiana Ift1Ilana Ift1Ilanaaveo InHanaavenus Indianaavenue
avenue aveo
Sons of Jonndub Meet MeetThe JIeetThe MeetThe
The members of the Order of the Sons Sonsof Sonsof Sonsof
of Jonadab met at the hall of the Con Continental Continentsl Continental ¬
tinental Council last night to celebrate celebratethe celebratcthe celebratethe
the thirtyninth anniversary of AVHIUam AVHIUamYoung WIlitlamYoung VUJUamYoung
Young sovereign secretary of the order orderSpeeches ordlrSpeecbes orderSpeeches
Speeches were made by Mr Youns John JohnBerry JohnBerry JohnBerry
Berry J F RIely James Mallory Frank FrankMcQuade FrankMcQuade FrankMcQuade I
McQuade and nd H F Owens There was wasa wasa wasa
a musical program pro m by the members of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the Continental Council CouncilResigns CounciLResign CouncilResigns
Resigns from the Survey SurveyMr SureYMr SurveyMr
Mr William Eimbeck a afteld Held official in inthe IntJte Inthe
the Coast st and Geodetic Survey after afterthirtyfive Afterthirtyfive afterthirtyfive
thirtyfive years service has resigned resignedHe re resignedHe lgned lgnedHe
He is a th thorough rough engineer and scientist scientistand xlentlstand sclent1stand
and had charge c of the th geodetic exhibit exhibitat
at the various expositions and in his hisresignation hisreslgJttlton hisresignation
resignation the government overnmeltt loses lo es a capa capable capable capable ¬
ble man manEntertains manBntcrtalnll manlintertains
Entertains Young Friends FriendsThe FrJendThe FriexitLThe
The friends of Aurella Bretow retow were en entertained entertained entertalaed ¬
tertained Saturday afternoon at her herhome h herhome r rhome
home home 821 Sixth street street In honor of her hertwelfth betwelfth be betwelfth
twelfth birthday Among those iHesent iHesentwere I resent resentwore t twore
wore Misses MIs e Katie Hendrick Ethel Sha Shafer Shafer Shafer
fer Gertrude Shafer Eva Kray Elsie ElsieKray ElsieKra ElsieICray
Kray Kra Nellie Lambert Lucy CassMy El Elsie Elsie Elsin ¬
sie Schneider Katherine Berberich Ida IdaDuvall ld ldDu8U ldiDuvalL
Duvall Du8U Masters 1fa tenl Killian Hendrtefc HendrtefcFranklin HendrieJFranklin HendrictFranklin
Franklin Hendrick William W lllam Black BlackCharles B BCharles BlackCharles
Charles Kray Maurice R Rn een en 0 WllHam WllHamLeverton WllllaiiLeverton VUltaMLeverton
Leverton Ralph Little Little Newton Franck FranckJoseph FranekJoseph Frauck
Joseph Berberich and Stanley Levertoa LevertoaShoots LevertoHShoot LovertosShoots
Shoots UUe Wifej Vife Then Kills Self SelfCincinnati SclfCiAclanaf Selfcinciant1
Cincinnati Ohio Oct 2ftJordan Jordan White Whitea VhlteIt
a laborer borer aged 8g forty shot his lI wife in the thehead thehead thehead
head anti then blew out his h own brains brainslast bmunalast brainslast
last night The wife will die d front her herwound Aerwound herwound
wound Jealously JtIflJoa i7 was the cause of the thetragedy thet thetragedy
tragedy t 7
PEOPLE TALKED ABOUT ABOUTWhat ADOUTWhat ABOUTWhat
What to wear and haw to have It made madeare madeare madeare
are things thha that bother the women at
this season of f the year Maybe Ma > its a atailormade atailormade atallermade
tailormade suit possibly ax a evening
gown To be able to adopt the latest lateststyle 4tteststyle lteststyle
style to each person so that they the not notonly notonly notonly
only wear the approved fashions but
look well in them requires the work of ofan ofan ofan
an artist artistHis artl8tHis artistHis
His ability abl1 to meet the demands of the themost Ulemost thenmst
most icstfmotfs aritt drossars has made Lip Lipeheets Lipsheetz Lipsheets
sheets laOts 1a61taff taHttyjrnd it ndhdJH nd importer rter 813 si 14th 14thst Hthst 14thrt
st nw an JUUhOrfly tU1t on womens dress dressHe dressHe dressHe
He is new shewing ho ng several eml exclusive exclusivestrictly exclusivestrlctly exclusivestrictly
strictly taHcrHMde medels med ls for the sea season season ea ea50ft ¬
son of 1tJ1 1tC6197 K1987
IMPROVED HUE INSPECTION INSPECTIONair
air Maefnrlaml nepll Replies 1i to Inquiry InquiryAbout InqulrAbout InquiryAbout
About Regulations RegulationsIn
In response rCtl nse to a letter recently written writtenby writtenby writtenby
j by H Bradley Davidson chairman of ofths ofthe ofthe
the committee of insurance of the Wash Wnuhington Washington h hington
ington Board of Trade to Commissioner CommissionerMacfarland CommissionerMacCarJAttd CommissionerMacfarland
Macfarland MacCarJAttd asking askInr what preventive preventivemeasures preventivemMSUres preventivemeasures
measures are in force in tills city regard regarding regardIng regardlug ¬
ing precautions against fire in the tho bus business baaIness boamess ¬
iness and theatrical districts the Commis Commissioner Commfsatoner Commissinner ¬
sinner has replied at length lengthHe l lengthHe ngUI ngUIHe
He shows that extraordinary precautions precautionsare preeautJ ns nsfe
are taken for the protection vrotectiol of life lIt and andproperty andproperty andproperty
property and that for five years through throughthe throJl throughthe h hthe
the offices o kes of the fire marshal and the theelectrical theelectrleal theelectrical
electrical engineer there bus ha been in invoguo Inv invogue
vogue v guo a constantly Improving system of ofinspection orInspection ofInspection
inspection inspectionThis InspectionThis InspectionThis
This inspection is so made that the UteCommissioner theCommlMoner theCommissioner
Commissioner receives Ute detailed re reports re reports reports ¬
ports daily while wJ1lespeelaJ special inspections are aremade arlmade aremade
made from time time to time of all hotels and andtheaters a andtheaters > d dtheaters
theaters none of which whlehmay may secure H uro a alicense aUcenso alicense
license unless complying with the laws lawsin lawsIn muIn
in every particular ThC Theaters ters are In Inspected lit litsPQCt8d Inspoctod ¬
spected every week a fireman Is stationed stationedin
in each during every performance no noscenery noaeeReIl noscenery
scenery is i permitted permi ttOO to be used unless unlessflrst un unArwt unlesslirut
flrst treated with a fireresisting chemical chemicalsolution chemicalSolution chemicaloluUon
solution solutionIn Solution SolutionIn oluUonIn
In connection with this the Commission Commissioner ¬
er says gS the inspectors have met with withagreeable withagreeable withagreeable
agreeable cooperation from property propertyowners propertyowners propertyowners
owners ownersCommissioner ownersCommissioner ownersCommissioner
Commissioner Macfarland also calls at attention attenUon attentloI2 ¬
tention to the fact that regular drills drillsa dlll dllla
a daily house drill and a weekly drill drillwith drillwith drillwith
with all the apparatus Ktp ratu are held through throughout throUCbout throughout ¬
out the lire department He also lays laysstress Janstress laysstress
stress upon the value Iue of the yearly ead In Inspection IAspeet1 Inspeetl ¬
spection speetl u of the department by a commit committee 011Imtttee oomndttee ¬
tee of citizens at the request of r the Com Comntissiouer Comml Coininisslolier
ntissiouer ml slouel
INDIANS GIVE IYE THANKS THANKSDejawares THANKSIDelawares THANKSDeiawa11es
Dejawares Begin Religious BeligioiisFesthrifles ReligiousFestiyities ReligiousFestivites
IDelawares Festhrifles This Week WeekWASHINGTON WeekWASHINGTON VeeliWASHINGTON
WASHINGTON MAN AN IS CHIEF CHIEFlllclmrd OHIEFlU91mri1 CHIEFiticlinril
lU91mri1 lllclmrd C Adams Entitled to I Lend IenetIle Lendthe cnd cndthe
the Devotions of Former Eastern EasternTribe EaHternTribelias EasternTribeline
Tribe Tribelias Una Collection of Relics in inKeeping inIeepln inKeeping
Keeping for or the Lcnni Lcnnpe LcnnpeSomething LeunpeSometIllng LcnapeSomething
Something of the Survivors SurvivorsThis SurvivorsThis SurvivorsThis
This week marks the annual thanksglv thanksgiving thanksglvI thanksglvidsg ¬
ing I idsg g meeting m l1t1n and dance of the TMaware TMawareIndians D ThIawareIndiana laware lawareIndfans
Indians which will last until the night nightof nightof nightof
of October 8ft The festival takes place placeat plnceat placeat
at the meetinghouSe on the tl1c Caney River Rivernear Rlvarnear Rivernear
near Cap Copaa lad T and is of very ancient ancientorigin anclCntorl5ln ancientorigin
origin Tfc lb orator of tho occasion is isCharles isCharles IsCharles
Charles ISIkhair and the leader is John JohnBrown JohnBrowB JohnBrown
Brown both of whom are fullbloods fullbloodsMost fullbloodsIost fullbloodsMost
Most Iost Interesting In rCfltlQg to the student of Ame Amelean Am Amlean Amerlean
lean ethnology Is this ceremony c remony of the theDelawares th6DeJawareetho timDelawarestho
Delawares DeJawareetho the Lcnni Lopnl Lenape as they theywere theywere theywere
were formerly known knov signifying Men Menamong Menunong Menamong
among Men Richard C Adams ms of ITil ITilPark 1itlPark 171Park
Park road Washington Washlng 9n Is the horedltory horedltorychieftain hdredltoryehloftaJn hreditorychIeftain
chieftain of the tribe by right of histle8Cent his hisdescent hisl050dflt
descent from bAa groatgrandfather groat = grandfathor Wing WingGe WingGe VlngGe
Ge Nond who received the silver pipe of ofpeace orpeace ofpeace
peace from Gen William Henry Harrison
Talk With Miss Seawell SeawellHER
HER TRAVELS HER WORK WORKAND WORKANp WORKANP
AND ANp HER HOME
Miss Molly loIly Elliot Seawell whose wh new newbook ne nebook newbook
book book The Victory with illustrations by byJohn byJohn byJohn
John Walcott Adams Ad lms came from the Ap Appletons Appletons AjpietOns
pletons press s a week ago has return returned returned returned ¬
ed to Washington rL On after a summer IWnJer spent spentIn apeDtIn spentin
In Europe EuropeMiss EuropeMIllS EuropeMirn
Miss SeaweH Is now established e in her herhome herhcpme herhOme
home for f w the tlt thesesaoii season When seen by byrepfelleDtaUve a arepresentative a arepresentative
representative of The Washington bI Her Herald HeraJcl Heraid ¬
aid test evening lftg Mfc M Miss Sell appeared appearedthe appeue4tbe appearedthe
the embodiment of health Recuperative RecuperativeEngland ItecuperatlTcIUId ItecuperativcEngIand
England w and d France and a Germany Gerlllanywtth Gerlllanywtthp Germanywithpoesibly with withpossibly
possibly the nattering Uatteri reception and ad advance advance advance ¬
vance sate of the new book bookhave have acted actedas actedas actedas
as a tonic to further Invigorate the de delightful de deJsptful delightful ¬
lightful personality of this popular writer writerof writerot writerof
of fiction In conversation tOftver atloa Mies IIM Seawell Seawellas
a as vivid as in print and a delicious detteioussense cIeUdoWI8e delicioussense
sense of humor intefsprinkles her rent reminiscences rentof readniseenees ¬
niscences of places and persons personsIndeed 6rSOMIJtdEe person1lndeed
Indeed I have had a charming boll holiday hoItday bollday ¬
day agreed Miss Seawell and Just now GO GObeing stowbeing nowbeing
being without a stenographer rapber I have Jtaft not notsettled DOtHtUecl notsettled
settled down dflwn to work Can CaaOU yon help heI me to tofind toftnd toIbid
find oner one she added plaintively plalntlveI7nlcetrl plaindvelyome plaindvelyomenice some somenice
nice nlcetrl girl who will not distract my mythoughts JIQtboUlhts mythoughts
thoughts with 1th a a new shirt waist It and a adifferent adUferent adierent
different locket and chain every day 7 in inthe inthe Inthe
the week weekYou 1eekYou weekYou
You are right I have been paying payingcountry pa1neountry payingcountry <
country visits In England Eal1aadhl Englandli in the beautiful beautifulhop beautffulhop beautifulhop
hop country in Kent Kentetaylag staying 7ia with Mrs MrsBurnett JLBarnett MrsBurnett
Burnett at Maytham Hall and also In InPenshurst InPelnlnt inPoasburut
Penshurst as the guest of Lord Ronald RonaMGore RoaaltIGore RonaldGore
Gore Gore whose delightful Reminiscences RemlniecencmaM Reminiscencesand eMtnl8cence8aIMI
and other books are so welt known in this thiscountry thtaeoantry thiscountry
country And I was in London for a a short shorttime abortUme shorttime
time during the season London is so in inpeopte tntereetlag interesting
tereetlag ADd everywhere I went I met metpeople thetpeople
people who had pleasant things th to say 7 of ofWashington ofVuhlrqrton ofWashington
Washington society I met one night t at atdinner atdbmer atdinner
dinner Miss M Evelyn Duraed who spent spenthut spentIa spentlast
hut winter at the British Embassy Site Sitewas SItewu Shewas
was full of questions a Oat oat Washington Washingtonfriends Waaldsgtosfriends hIPoafriencJL
friends friendsWhat friencJLWhat friendsWhat
What did you do in Paris Miss M MI Sea SeaweMT sAweJt SeawelT
welT weMTI weJt weJtHI
HI I spent a very quiet month in Paris Parisseeing PariIMY Parisseeing
seeing my old friends and hearing < good goodmusic 8DOdmuetc goodmusic
music I have loved always to walk 11t in inthe iAtile inthe
the streets of Paris Parl Parisuntil until now The cab cabmen cabmen cabmen ¬
men mentheir used to be reckless enough racing raotftCtheir racingtheir
their horses through the bois boI but they theywere theyere theywere
were ere nothing compared to the automobiles automobilesthat automobl1esthat automobIlesthat
that are now the terror of pedestrians In InParis InParis InParis
Paris there ta a total disregard of speed speM1Imlt speedlimit
limit and the policemen are of no service servicewhatever erricewhatever servicewhatever
whatever beyond shouting to the unhappy unhappypersons 1IBbappje18Oll8 unhappypersons
persons on foot to beware of the ap apI approachlng j jpreaching
preaching roachi monsters on wheel wheel The Paris Parispolicemen Parlapolicemen Parispolicemen
policemen are only one degree bette than thanthe tbnII thanthe
the Russian Ru lan guardians of the peace who whoactually whoactually whoactually
actually arrest the poor unfortunates vno vhohappen ho hoI j jhappen
happen to get in the way of vehicles and andare andknocked andare
are knocked down and about by automo automobiles automobiles automobliss ¬
biles bilesSpeaking
Speaking of Russians I met many of ofthem ofthem ofthem
them this summer at Nauheim where I Iwent Iwent Iwent
went for the baths i was amazed at attheir attheir attheir
their optimistic tone in discussing the thepresent thepretteDt thepresent
present condition of their country the theunmoved theunmoved theunmoved
unmoved acceptance of what Americans Americanswould Americanswould Americanswould
would consider con kler a perilous situation A Awellknown Awellknown Awellknown
wellknown Russian Ian lady lad told me that thathers thathers thathers
hers was the only castle that had not ye yebeen yet yetbeen
been looted la the soutuern part of Fin Finland FinIaftd Finland ¬
land yet she did not appear appreben apprehensive apprebenaive apprebenskye ¬
sive siveWere
Were you in Nauheim for treatment treatmentI treotmentfor treatmentfor
for your our eyes Miss 11 Sewell was naked nakedYes oskedYes naked1ss
Yes and they are vastly improved improvedI
I am able now to read for an hour xor xortwo or ortwo ortwo
two every day da It is i rather unusual to totake totake totake
take baths for the eyes in this place plaC1twhere placewhere j jwhere
where every one goes for heart treat treatment treatment treatmeat ¬
ment Ah I like Nauheim Its simple simpleoutofdoor simpleoutofdoor simpleoutofdoor
outofdoor life appeals to me People Peopleso Peoplego Peoplego
go there year ear after year and the result resultis resultIs
is a reunion of friends which is extremely extremelyagreeable extremebagreeable extremelyagreeable
agreeable I have always said that Nau Nauheim Nauhelm Nanhelm ¬
helm is a place to form friendships friend htP6 It Itis Itis Itis
is restful and the principal dissipation dissipationis dl sipatJonIs
is having tea with 1th a party part on the ter terrace terrace teerace ¬
race while listening to the music I have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been at Nauheim for seven seasons and andalways andalways andalways
always in the same villa which has be become be beeome become ¬
come homelike to me me Among the in interesting Interesting Interestlng ¬
teresting people there this summer was wasMme waslIme wasMme
Mme Esraarch who was born a Szhles S SrlileswigHolstein bles bleswl 1 1wigHotetein
wigHotetein wl HolBtein princess and is an aunt of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the German Empress Mme Esmarch Esmarchgave Eamarchpve Esmerchgave
gave up her royal honors in order to tomarry tomarry tomarry
marry Dr Esmarch one of the greatest greatestsurgeons greatestsurgeons t tsureons
surgeons of the age He Is now a frail frailold frailold frailoh
old oh man of eighty but his mind is stilt stiltactive stiltactive un unacth
active acth e and he is revered n oered by the younger youngergeneration youngergeneratIon nngergeneration
generation in his profession professionMs4 vrofessionlI1s professionMI
Ms4 MI Seawell fits fittbe the setting s tUDS of her herhome herhome herhome
home especially her drawingroom It Itis ItIs ItIs
is typically French ana decorated ar artistically arUstlcally artistically ¬
tistically m l green and white whit Above the thebeautiful Uteb6autlful thebeautiful
beautiful mantel mirror is a series of ofpictures ofpicture ofpIcturesreproductIons
pictures pIcturesreproductIons reproductions in oil of three threefavorite tbreefavorite threefavorite
favorite Hlustratlons Illustrationsfrom from as many of ofMiss ofl1Ias ofMiss
Miss SeaweHs books On either side sideof sideor sideof
of the mantel the wall space is orna ornamental ornameAtal ornamental ¬
mental with a glrondole of eight lights lightsset lightsset lightsset
set in a circular elreul r mirror that that in turn turnframed kt ktframed Isframed
framed in gilt laurel loaves The charm charmIng charmIng charmlog
Ing living figures also in gilt above abovethem aboveUtem abovethem
them were obtained from a French pal palace palace palace ¬
ace in the Rue Lafite the home of queen mueenHortense queetlHortense queenHortense
Hortense HortenseThes HortenseuTII HortenseTlteqe
uTII Tlteqe Thes ar rSmY are my special treasures ex explained explained explalnod ¬
plained JtflgB 1U Seawell indicating a minis miniature mlnltlture ministure ¬
ture Ot at Napoleon Nll Nnpoieon Oleon and two plates that thatbear thatbear thatbear
bear the 3 ppolbonlc ipolonic pOl onIc crest Yen know knowI
I am aNspwaon aNW 01o Jt crank After ttor I obtained obtainedthese obtalnejthes obtainesthesh
these things some sOl e persons were unkind unkindenough unktndenough unkindenough
enough to doubt their genuineness and my myfaith myfaIth myfaith
faith In them was lessened until Mr de deWollen deWoUOn deWollen
Wollen tho newly appointed Minister
from Russia to Mexico assured me that thatin thatIn thatin
in bearing th t the Sevres mark peculiar to toi to80vernment togovernment
i government china as well as the im imperial Imperial Impenal ¬
perial crest and letter N there could couldbe couldbe couldbe
be no doubt that my plates were Na Napoleon Napoleon Napoison ¬
poleon trophies trophiesI trophiesThis
I This portrait of Marie Antoinette Antoinettecontinued Antolnottecontinued Antoinettecontinued I
continued Miss 11 Seawall came from the theTulleries tlteTuJ1e11e8 theTullerles
Tulleries and 1141 that chair you havo been beensitting beensitting beensitting
sitting in belonged to my greatuncle greatunclePresident grfllitunelePrealdent greatunclePresident
President Tyler TylerBut TYlerBut TylerBut
But But my moat valued possasslonthe possasslontheone po se lonthe lontheone
one I love Jovela to the portrait above the thepiano thepiaJIo thepI
piano pI and Miss SeaweHs clear voice voicewae voicewas voicewoo
was lowered to affectionate utterance utteranceThe uttellUtCeThe utteranceThe
The portrait In question la of Miss n Hen Henrietta HenrlKta HennoUn ¬
noUn Seawell th the sister and life com companion comNU cornpanio ¬
panion of the author and who died two twoyears twoyears twoyears
years ago It is i a wonderful likeness a awell At Atell aswell
well > ell as a valuable work of art and was waspainted waspainted a apalatfd
painted by Miss MI Louise Laridon of Ant Antwerp Antwerp Antweep ¬
werp werpIn werpIn weepIn
In discussing the merits of the per portrait OrI perI ¬
I trait Miss Seawell seemed unconscious unconsciousof unoonscIouI
I I of the resemblance between the two twofaces twotacee twofaces
faces Her own alighted tghtecI with animation animationas
as she referred rer red to the character of her hersister hetaletel hersister
sister the other looking calmly calml from the theframe tJaeframe theframe
frame There is apparent the same me noble WpoIee noblepoise noWepoise
poise of head the same aristocratic hand handunspoiled banetuuroiled handunspoiled
unspoiled by Anger uger ler rings ringsthe the same samepatrician samepatrlelaa samepatridan
patrician grace that is peculiar to the gen gentlewomen gentlewomen gastiewomen ¬
tlewomen of all nations nationsIt najOftLIt
It is I to this sister that Miss Seawell Seawellhas Seawellhas Seawellhas
has dedicated her latest t novel llflIg llflIgVictory The TheVictory TheVictory
Victory VictoryThe VictoryTbe VictoryThe
The dedication reads lJ To tho dear dearmemory dearmemory dearmemory
memory of Henrietta Miss 18B Seawell Seawellfeels SeawellfeeJII Seawellfeels
feels that she owes more mo in her career careerto careerto careerto
to this younger sister tee than to any one oneelse oneeWe oneelse
else in the world It was she who con conducted CODducted condueLed ¬
ducted the household and relieved Miss MiesSeawell MissSeawell In InsweU
Seawell of all the burden of detail wrote wroteand QroteaDcl wroteand
and answered letters JeUers and was the closest closestcompanion closestcomjnution est estcompodon
companion as well eJ1 < as the devoted sister sisterof sisterqt ter terqJ
of the writer writerThe writerThe writerThe
The recollection of this charming girl girlis girlIii girlis
is fresh in the memory of all who ever eversaw eyeraw evereaw
saw Miss SeaweH in her home homeThe bollleXIe homerhe
XIe The Victory Victor ry te a story st r of the civil civilwar clviiwar I
war 1 in which hJcIt the psychology P eboloy rather than thanany thanany thanany
any incident of the time times Is portrayed portrayedand portra portrayedand ed edand
and in wMch neither a Union officer is iswedded Iswedded Iswedded i
wedded to a Southern maid nor the re reverse re revene reverse ¬
verse verseThe verseThe
veneThe
The literary in Miss M SeaweHs home Is Isfilled 18ftlled Ishued
filled with 1th heirlooms from Virginia ma mahogany toapIecea insbogny ¬
hogany nieces oval mirrors and family familyportraits familyportralt familyportraits
portraits One by Peele is notably line lineThe finoThe lineThe
The diningroom is hung nn in crimson silk silkThe silkThe silkThe
The quaint mantle tJe inlaid with mirrors mirrorsand mirrorsand mirrorsand
and the mahogany JIU furniture and wood woodwork woodwor1t woodwork ¬
work are In complete harmony harmonyAnd barman barmanAnd harmonyAnd
And where do you do your writing
In a little hole upstairs replied
Miss Seawell and with ready courtesy courtesyshe courtesyehe y
she led the way wa to the upper story and andInto andInto
Into a dainty boudoir which bears little littleevidence tittleevidence littleevidence
evidence of being a workshop This den denis denIs denis
is a bright room with an Invigorating Invigoratingyellow inYJsoraUnby Invigoratingyellow
yellow y llow treatment and a glow of perpetual perpetualsunlight perpetualunllght perpetualsunlight
sunlight upon its ornaments and photo photographs pbotoPM photographs ¬
graphs PM with a perccptable air of order orderas orderas orderas
as well wellThose wellThOle wellThose
Those are dear friends of mine Miss MissSeawell MissSeawell 1S6 1S6Seawell
Seawell remarked pointing to the framed framedphotographs framedphotographs framedphotographs i
photographs of Modjeska and Julia Mar Marlowe 1l1 1l1Jowe fnzlowe ¬
lowe And these also with a faugh faughThese mughoTheile laughThem
These proved to be more likenesses likenessesof
of the great eat Napoleon several delightful delightfulminiatures delightfulminiatures delightfulminiatures
miniatures on the mantle others upon uponthe uponthe uponthe
the wall wallAnd wallAnd wallAnd
And now tell me Miss Seawall where wheredo wheredo wheredo
do you sit when you compose and under underwhat underwhat underwhat
what sort of inspiration do you work workJust vOrkJUllt workJust
Just here at this table replied the theauthor theauthor theauthor
author the identical one at which I Ihave Ihave Ihave
have written every line that ever brought broughtme
me in a a penny And what is my m inspira inspiration inspiration inspiration ¬
tion Nothing in the world but an indus industrious indWltI10us industiious ¬
trious determination to set to work I Inever Inever Inever
never wait for inspiration I summon it itat Ilat itat I
at It 1 oclock every morning during the theworking theworking theworking
working part of the year yearHave YearHave yearHave
Have you no up eccentricities of author authorship authorship authorship ¬
ship shipMiss
Miss Seawell rippled forth a laugh and andconfessed andconfessed andconfessed
confessed Not one oneNo oncNo oneNo
No indeed she said I am a very veryorderly veryorderly ery eryorderly
orderly person I rise early and anddress dress for forthe forthe forthe
the day as I did when I was a little girl pirlin girlIn girlin
in Virginia I have never cultivated the thetea thet thetea
tea t a gown habit I have been too greatly
interested and occupied oc upied with the affairs affairsof affalrsof affairsof
of life Ufemy my own and other peoples peoplesto peoplestoculthte peoplestocultivate to tocultivate
cultivate eccentricities of genuis1 genuis1You genuisYou II IIYou l
You ask If I live In the characters I Iportray II Iportray
I portray and how I set them into story storyaction storyaction storyCtion
action I do not live their lives My Mycharacters MyebAracters Mycharacters
characters have a way of dumping them themselves themlves themselves ¬
selves lves upon me rneonce once I have thought out outthe outthe outthe
the plot of a story storyexacUy exactly like a lot of ofrelations ofrelations ofrelations
relations come upon a visit I have to do dothe dothe dothe
the best be t that is I possible for them While Whilethey WhileUley Whilethey
they are with me they the absorb me and andunless andun1es andunless
unless I allow each character c hmctcr fair play pIa pIaIt
it proves to be sawdust I cannot ex explain etplain cxplain ¬
plain how a story is born You must mustremember mustrtmIembtor mustremember
remember as Amiic says s yS The beginning beginningof
of all things is a mystery mysteryHow mysteryHow to toHow
How happy you ou should be over your yoursuccess yoursuccess our oursuccess
success Is not fame of authorship an analtogether analtogether analtogether
altogether satisfying thing thingMiss thing1IIss thingMiss
Miss Seawells face became wistful as asshe asshe asshe
she quoted softly from Mme de Stael StaclFame StaelFame StaelFame
Fame is the mourning a woman wears wearsfor wearsfor wearsfor
for her happiness happinessMiss happinessMiss
Miss Seawell is approachable and andsweethearted andsweethearted andsweethearted
sweethearted Sho is in olose sympathy sympathywith sYmvathywith sympathywith
with young writers and never withholds withholdsa
a helpful hand to beginners in the pro profession profe professlon ¬
lon fessionThat fesslonThat lonThat
That is only natural to any anyone one who whohas whohas whohas
has gone a little way ahead upon the theliterary theliterary theliterary
literary road she explained Aside Asidefrom Asldefrom Asidefrom
from the pleasure of It I have a superst superstition supersttion supersttion ¬
tion that if I fall to help any anyone one I might mightsomething mightsomething mightsomething
something dreadful will Immediately be befell betau befall ¬
fell me mfi i
I II
I
1
Tecumsdh1 Harrison at tho time or orthe otthe orthe
the treaty of 1I1J 1I1JToday IUToday 1311Today
Today however Mr Adams is known knownas
as the Ul custodian of tho relics of the Lon Lonnl Loonl Lenni
nl Lcnapc Tho interesting collection in includes includc inciudin ¬
cludes < tho pipe of peace referred to also alsothe alsothe alsothe
the cedar flute flu to upon which was played playedthe plaYflsthe playeIthe
the stirring war dance held by the In Indians Indlnnsat Indiana ¬
diana dlnnsat at the time of Braddocks defeat defeatwar dofootwar dofotttwar
war clubs carried through many goner genortione gonortlons gonertions
tione ancient and valuable alu blo strings of ofwampum ofwampum ofwampum
wampum and many other articles rare rareand rnraand rareand
and interesting intere Ung in the history hl tory of a race raceoneo racolnco raceonce
once powerful and respected alike In Inpeaco Inroaco Inreaco
peaco and war warIt warIt warIt
It was the Delawares who granted to toIthe tothe tothe
Ithe the early colonists tho States of Now NowJersey NowJersey NewJersey
Jersey and Delaware and administered to totheir totheir totheir
their aid and comfort frequently succor succoring succorIng succoring ¬
ing them against the attaqks of hostile hostiletrlbas hostiletrlbos hostlietribes
tribes It was tho Delawares who made madethe madoUte madethe
the historic treaty with William Penn in
1682 famous as the treaty that never neverwas novelwas neverwas
was sworn to and never was broken brokenon broltonQn brokenon
on the part of the Indians It was tho thoDolawares thoDelawares timDelawares
Delawares who administered to Braddock Broddockthe Braddockthe Braddockthe
the stinging defeat that first taught the theworld theworJd theworld
world that British regulars were not in invincible invincible invincible ¬
vincible Indeed Mr Adams has in his hispossession hisPOlSesson hispossession
possession an interesting relic in the theshape theshope theshape
shape of a document printed in 17Jfl be boing beIng being
ing nothing more nor less than the report reportof reportof reportof
of a commission sent from England to toinquire toInquire toinquire
inquire into Int the causes ea which had led the theDelawares theDelaware theDelawares
Delawares and Shawnees to espouse the theside theside theside
side of the French colonists colonl tsas as against againstthe againstUIC againstthe
the British and their cruel allies the theIroquois theIroquofs theIroquois
Iroquois And it is I worthy of remark remarkthat remarkthat remarkthat
that the findings of this commission eomml slon at attribute attribute attribute ¬
tribute to the Delawares none but praise praiseworthy pralseworth praiseworthy ¬
worthy worth motives motivesIntlhuix motiveIudlnnJl motivesIndians
Indians Played Fair FairIn FaIrIn FairIn
In fact act the history of the Delawares Delawaresfrom Delawaresfrom Deinwarosfrom
from the time they first t came into con coiitact co contact t tact
tact with the whites whit Is 1 a long record of ofdeeds ordeeds ofdeeds
deeds that may well 611 make the paleface palefaceblush palefaceblu8h palefaccblush
blush at the part played by the agents agentsI ag agentsof nts ntsor
I of Christianity and civilization It Is Isestimated Isestimated Isestimated
estimated that at the time of the Penn Penntreaty Penntreaty Penntreaty
treaty there were ere not less s than 0000 of ofthis orthis ofthis
this great nation When its remnants remnantswere remnantswere remnantswere
were removed to Kansas in 1S32 lS3 there therewere therewere therewere
were less than 2JOI 210 and when they were wereforced wereforced wereforced
forced to go into the Indian Territory in inthe Inthe inthe
the 608 this number had been reduced reducedby reducedby reducedby
by half On last years pay roIL roll there therewere therewere therewere
were Just 1MXL 1MXLThe 11fJIlThe 11110The
The origin of the thanksgiving th nksglvlng dance dancenow dancenow dancenow
now being betn held Is lost in the mists of ofantiquity o oanUqult ofantiquity
antiquity The traditions of the race raceteach raceteach raceteach
teach that many generations ago their theirpeople theirpeople theirpeople
people came from a faroff country in inthe Inthc inthe
the Northwest across a land of Ice and andsnow andsnow andsnow
snow until they reached the great fish flshriver lIshriverthe fishriverthe
river riverthe the Mississippi River Riverwhere where they theywere thoyWfre theywere
were fiercely ftereel opposed by the resident residenttribes re residenttribes tdenttrttn
tribes trttn but that that overcoming all obsta obstacles obstaeles obstaeke ¬
eke they continued eastward until they theyfinally thoyflnally theyfinally
finally settled In the valleys or the sus Suequehanna susquehanna Susquehanpa
quehanna and Dataware Dahl ware ruling that ter territory terrltolT tsrritory ¬
ritory from the Alleghenies to the ocean oceanBecame oceanBeeame oceanUCCaflie
Became Very fer Powerful PowerfulIn
In course of time tI they become so rich richthat richthat richthat
that they neglected ed to give thanks to the theGreat UteGtet theGreat
Great Spirit whereupon upon a great lNt drought droughtand drouthtRnd droughtand
and famine accompanied by earthquakes earthquakesfell eBrtbquakfell
fell upon them In the midst of their theirtroubles tltelrtJoubies theirtroubles
troubles they were led aright KI1 ht by an or orphan orphan orplian ¬
phan boy whose foster foterMUeJIt parents had treat treated trOlltfd treatod ¬
ed him cruelly To him appeared the theGreat tJt tJtGrtat theGreat
Great Spirit in a dream bidding him warn warnthe warnthe warnthe
the wise e men of the nation to return to totheir totM11 totheir
their former religious observances rvaneetL And Andfrom Andfrom Andfrom
from that time through all the vicissi vicissitudes vldaltu vicisultudes ¬
tudes which have been encountered encount red by bythem bytheM bythem
them since nee the landing of the white man manthey manthey manthey
they have kept up the practice practiceAt practiceTllankJIIJhlng practiceThanksgiving
Thanksgiving Orations OrntlonsAt OrationsAt
At the thanksgiving dance are made madecertain tMGeeertaln madecertain
certain orations which have been handed handeddown handeddO1 handeddown
down from father to son for countless countlessgenerations countlessgeneratJoes countlessgenerations
generations Some of these have been beenrendered beenrendered beenrendered
rendered into English h by Mr Adams AdamsThey Adatn8The AdamsThey
They are ail 11 in poetry JJOetr7bIank blank verse ver verseand verseandIt eand eandit and andH
it to to be noted that they are nearly all ailin allIn allIn
in the meter of Longfellows Hiawatha HiawathaEach BlawathaEach H1awatiwBach
Each night t the oration are different differentand dlrereatalMl differentand
and each night several venal dances danCes take place placePreceding plnoePreceding plucoPreceding
Preceding each dance aace is ax oration of in instructions InstnJeUoft instructions ¬
structions stnJeUoft an oration of thanks one of ofpratee ofpral8e ofpraise
praise and encouragement and instruc instruction llUftructlon instruction ¬
tion or an address In which the speaker speakergives I5peakerelves speakergives
gives his own impressions and speaks for forthe forthe forthe
the good of the assembly Before the thedance tbeda thedance
dance closes es each night hominy Is passed passedaround JUfiedarouocl pausedaround
around all 11 partake of the dish lAd say sayFor sayFor sayFor
For this we are thankful thankfulSmoking thaakfutSmoking thankfuLSmoking
Smoking is permitted in the dance daneebou8e dancehouse
house but no tire except Ho oehkosh or orpure orpure orpure
pure lire produced by the friction of one onestick oneuck onestick
stick of wood upon another The white vhlteman whitemans
mans man matches are not allowed allowedIt allowedIt allowedIt
It is not DOl no generally known but Mr Ad Adams Adams Adants ¬
ams Is authority for the statement that thatthe thKtthe thatth
the th late Senator Stna tor Quay was of Delaware Delawareancestry DeW Delawareancestry ware wareancestry
ancestry It was for this th reason that his hisinfluence IdaInnuenee hisInfluence
influence with the Delawares was so somarked So Somarked homarked
marked markedOnl
Only Onl 1100 Survivor SurvivorMr SurvIvorsMr
Mr 11 Adams says There are now living livingin IhlngIn livingIn
in the Cherokee nation about 1118 11 Doia Doiawares Dolawans Delawares
wares Perhaps twothirds of them can canread canread canread
read and write writeAbout WteAboot writeAbout
About 208 are fullbloods onehalf oneh 1C of ofwhom oCwhom ofwhom
whom adhere to the old faith while about aboutonethird aboutonethird aboutonethird
onethird of th tM tribe profess the Chris Christian Chriitian Christian ¬
tian faith which to me is a moat remark remarkable remarkRble remarkable ¬
able thing considering the massacre of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Christian Indian in Gnadenhutten GnadenhuttenPa
Pa and Gnadenhutten Ohio and the fur further furtll furtiter ¬
titer tll > r persecution pe uUon of them after that at the thohands thebaoos thehands
hands of o the race that taught taughtt1lem them that thatfaith thatfaltb thatfaith
faith
New Jerusalem Church Meets 3IeetJIIrh MeetsThe
The rh first business session ses of the Mary Maryland Matjland Maryland ¬
land Association of tlt the Chureh of the theNew theNew theNew
New Jerusalem was held at the Wash Washington WashIigton rash rashlugton ¬
ington National Church Sixteenth and andCorcoran anaCorcoran andCorcoran
Corcoran streets northwest yesterday yesterdaymorning yesterdaymorning yesterdaymorning
morning Religious services were con conducted conducted conducted ¬
ducted by Rev Rc George H Dole Dole of Wil Wilmington WJImlngttn Wilmington ¬
mington Del and reports were made madeby madebp madeby
by committees commlttehs Two services will be held heldat h heldat ld ldat
at the church today In the morning the thegeneral thegeneral thegeneral
general pastor will preach and adminis administer administer administer ¬
ter the Lords supper and In the even evening eenin evenIng ¬
ing in there will be divine service and a asermon asermon asermon
sermon by Rev James B Spaiers of Vir Virginia Virginia Virglum ¬
ginia glum
Rending ReadInG for the Blind BlindTho BlindTho BlindTim
Tho programme of volunteer readings readingsand readingsAnd readingsand
and music to be given gen In the reading readingroom reAdingroom rendIngroom
room for the blind at the Congressional CongressionalLibrary CongressionalLlbrar CongressionalLibrary
Library Llbrar from 238 3G to 398 33 p m Tuesday TuesdayThursday TuesdayThursdu TuesdayThursday
Thursday and Saturday of this week weekhas weekhas weekhas
has been arranged as follows Tuesday TuesdayMiss TuesdayMiss tuesdlt tuesdltMiss
Miss Mary Lawton Thursday piano pianoand pianoind pianotnd
and song recital by Oscar Franklin Corn Cornstock Comstok Cornstonk
stock nnd Edna J Sheeny She h soprano sopranoSaturday sopranoSaturdRJ sopranoSaturday
Saturday JC C W Yo V Coleman The dopf do to tothe toUle tothe
the reading room will bo closed promptly promptlyat
at 230 30 p m each day dR and will be opened openedthereafter openedth openedthereafter
thereafter th roofter only between the numbers of otthe ofthe
the programme programmePrinters programmePrInters programmePrinters
Printers Issue flue Paper PaperThe PaperThe PaperThe
The first number of a monthly bulletin bulletinissued bulletinissued bulletinissued
issued by Columbia Typographical Union UnionNo UnionNo UnionNo
No 101 101 1O1bas has nas appeared It Is a handsome handsomely handsomely ¬
ly printed folder of six pages contain containing containIng contaInlng ¬
ing Information of special Interest to the thelocal thelocal thelocal
local union It contains the names of ofofficers ofomcors ofomcers
officers standing committees arrivals arrivalsand ltrrlvftJsand arrlvnlsand
and departures of union printersyaxpellod printersyaxpellodmembers vrlntersJaxpelledmembers printersfoxpeilodmembers
members and certain personal Items ItemsThe itemsThe ItemsThe
The financial affairs of 0 the union are areset are areBel arcset
set forth and tabular information relat relating relotIng relating ¬
ing to the organization As a book of ofreference ofreference ofreference
reference it Is especially valuable to tothe totho tothe
the printers of Washington WashingtonBuilding WashingtonDundin WashingtonBuilding
Dundin Building Permits Issued IssuedBulding IIInedBuldlng IssuedBuilding
Building permits were issued by Inspec Inspector Inspector Inspectoe ¬
tor Ashford yesterday yoster llY as follows followsPotomac followsPotomaa followsPotomac
Potomac Electric Power Company to install ro roUrr ro rotan totart
tan transformers and static tiansConnoa at 4H 41 to toMS
MS 44 Washington itreet Architect rcbItecL J T Pile Oa Oatractais Qtract hatractors
tract 5 lUcbanboa IOI1 Burgess Estimated cost cost cost15OOO
115000 115000Victor 16000 15OOOYictr i iVictor
Victor KaaSiaaaB Katdf aaD to erect twostory addition diU9n at atWyomi atoo
2200 oo Wyoming Wyomi g scenes norUtWML ortliw st Architects Architects Marsh MarshPeters 3Iarshk 3larshPeters
k Peters tractor Ccl C T Lonstey Estimated Estimatedcost Estimatedcoet Estimatednet
coet cost 52T00 52T00Owe 5700 5700Owen 100 100OweR
Owe Owen K K Trait milt for o o e twostory brick dwelling dwellingat dweffln dwefflnat
at 1211 V street stree nertfcmst Architect and builder bullderJohn builderJohn
C Co Dcichman Estimated Est ted cost cost 300 300CJua 3000 5000Clara 3000Clara >
Clara A Kubol for repairs at t llfi 0 street north northeast northt northeast ¬
east t Architect rd1iUct William A Palmer Contractor ContractorW ContnctorW
W T Shone Estimated coat ant 5005 000
I
IfWO TWO MORE RE CHINESE FOUND FOUNDFrolics FOUNDFrolics FOUNDFrolics
Frolics Passengers All Being Cor Corrailed Corrall Corrailed
railed rall d by Government GovernmentInspector GovernmentInspector GovernmentInspector
Inspector Found J ound Two of Them Tbe Hud Huddled JluddIed Iluddied ¬
dIed in Smoking SlUokln Car on Train TrainBetTrecn TrainDetw TrainBeirrEn
BetTrecn Detw n Boston and Xcw ew York YorkA YorkA YorkA
A desire to smoke led Chinese Chin Inspector InspectorShell InspootorShell InspectorShell
Shell of Now York to the ant arrest t of two twoof toof twoof
of the sons of Confucius who were smug smuggled smugSled smuggled ¬
gled into tho United States Sqites at Providence Providenceon
on tho Frolic several Rven days d n ago agoInspector agoInspector agoInspector
Inspector Shell was on his way wa from fromBoston fromBoston fromBoston
Boston to New NewlYork York on a train pIn Friday Fridaynight Fridaynight Fridaynight
night He went forward to the smoking smoklmjcar smokingcar
car to light his cigar and found the two twoCelestials twoCelestfnls twoCelestlals
Celestials huddled In a seat seemingly seeminglymaking seeminglYmaking seeminglymaking
making every effort to conceal themselves themselvesas
as much as possible JO lble They had presented presentedtickets presentedtickets presentedtickets
tickets td t New York YorkThe YorkThe YorkThe
The inspector began to question them themand themand themand
and reported to Immigration Commission Commissioner ¬
er Sargent of the Department DePartment of Com Commerce CommerCe Cornmerce ¬
merce and Labor that the men admitted admittedto
to him that they were among the Chinese Chinesesmuggled Chinesesmuggled Chinesesmuggled
smuggled Into the country on the Frolic FrolicOf FrolicOf FrolicOf
Of the forty smuggled in twentyfive twentyfivehave twentfivehave twentyfivehave
have been captured and will ill be deported deportedBUILDING deportedBUILDTIiG deportedBUILDING
BUILDING IN CLEVELAND CLE LAND PARK PARKTen PARKTen PARKTenor
Ten Tenor or Twelve New Houses to Be BeErected DeErccted BeErected
Erected There Soon SoonFlans SoonPlans SoonPlans
Plans are under way for the erection in inCleveland InCleveland InCleveland
Cleveland Park of ten or twelve houses housesfor hou houfor houaefor
for next seasons 8e eons market These houses houseswill hOUHfiwJll houseswill
will be detached with large porches and andample Andample andample
ample grounds They will range in size ateefrom sizefrom sizefrom
from eight cI ht to ten rooms They will 111 be behandled behandled behandled
handled by Moore fonee Hill HillThe HiliTho HillThe
The present season has seen perhaps the thegreatest tit titgreteat thegreatest
greatest in Cleveland Park
in its history a larger number of houses housesbeing housesbelog housesbeing
being erected there than during any cor corresponding corre eecresponding ¬
responding re period since President Pre ldent Cleve Cleveland Cleveland Cievoland ¬
land made his home in what whAt was known knownas
as Redtop Among the Improvements Improvementsin
in the park p rk during the present year ye r have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been the opening of a good part p rt of Ma Macomb lIacomb Macomb
comb street and the erection thereon of ofeight ofeight ofeight
eight very attractive dwellings Part of ofthis ofthis ofthis
this thoroughfare qa8 1s ty been macadamized macadamizedand macadamizedand macadasnizedand
and concrete sidewalks laid laidThe JaldThe laidThe
The extension ton of the street through the thewestern thewe thewestern
western we tern part of that thoroughfare has hasbeen kaabeen hasbeen
been recommended by b the District Dl Com Commissioners Comml88l0ners Cornmisslonera ¬
missioners and nd it is expected the th entire entirestreet entiretreet entirestreet
street will 111 be open for fo driving within a ayear ayear aycar
year or so making a direct road through throughfrom throughfrom throughfrom
from Connecticut avenue on the east to toWisconsin toYJ8eoneln toWisconsin
Wisconsin avenue or Tennaliytown road roadon rMdon roadon
on the west When rheA this Is completed It Itwill Itwin itwill
will ftll ll a want and at the sane e time af afford atfonI t tford ¬
ford one of the pieasantest pleaant drives in that thatentire thatentire thatentire
entire section sectionBANKS sectionBANKS > ceUonBANKS
BANKS AFFAIRS APFAIKTreasury TANGLED TANGLEDTreasury ANGLED ANGLEDTrcallur
Treasury Trcallur Officials tnable to Ascer Ascertain Ascertain Aseerlain ¬
tain Ilcal Condition of Aetna AetnaLittle AdnltLittle AetnaUttle
Little of interest developed yesterday yesterdayin
in connection with 1th the suspension of the theWashington tbeTa theWashington
Washington Ta hngton branch of the Aetna Banking Bankingand Bankingani Bankingn1
and n1 Trust Company Deputy Comptroller ComptrollerKane ComptrollerKane ComptrollerKane
Kane said the books or rath rather r the ac accounts accounts accounts ¬
counts of the bank nk were in a tangled tangledcondition taagledcondttlon tangledcondttion
condition so that the Treasury TIeIIur officiate officiateand ofilclalsand ofilcialsand
and the receiver were experiencing great greatdifficulty greatdlmculty greatdililculty
difficulty in getting at the condition of ofaffairs 0ftalrw ofaffairs
affairs ftalrw He said there were wer no real book bookaccounts hoeka bookaccounts
accounts a lItA the entries being kept on cards cardsand cardsand cardsand
and slips Some of theee seem to be bemissies bem bemissing
missies m and tb the accountants ar alP unable unableto uM usableto Ie Ieto
to trace some of the depoitorgaccounts depoitorgaccountsYesterday depositors accounts accountLYeatenbly accountsYesterday
Yesterday the news Be was confirmed that thatthe thattJte thatthe
the parent bank at Butte Mont Mont had hadclosed hadclOIIetI badclosed
closed Its doors doorsFew dooraFew doorsPew
Few of the depositors appeared at the thebunk thebAnk thebank
bAnk building yesterday ye and these few fewwere fewwere fewwere
were poor people mostly colored men menand mrmand menand
and women who 110 had deposited d p lted slenderaviDga slendersavings slender slendersavings
savings there there because of f the high rate rateof rateof rateof
of interest offered offeredPEDERAL otreredFEDERAL offeredPEDERAL
PEDERAL C WHEELER DEAD DEADSoldier DEADSoldier DEADSoldier
Soldier Who Served in Porfo Rico JUcoUnder RJcoUnder RicoUnier
Under allies Pauses Away AivnyPetersburg AwayPetersburg wny wnyPetersburr
Petersburg W V Va Oct IA A telegram telegramhas telegramau telegramhas
has been bee received here announcing the thadeath th5death thedeath
death of Federal Corse Wheeler a sonin soninlaw sonInlaw eoninlaw
law of John D WhKehwd of this city citywhich cltrwhich citywhich
which occurred in Helena Mont He was wasa wasa wasa
a civil engineer by profession and when whenthe w wthe whenthe
the SpanishAmerican war broke out Mr MrWheeler MrWlIeflee MrWheeler
Wheeler wa was a member of Company F FTwentythird FTwentythird FTwentythird
Twentythird Regiment State troops the thecrack theeraek thecrack
crack military IHtary company com pan of Brooklyn BrooklYRY N NY NY
Y He subsequently resigned re that com command c0mmand coatmend ¬
mand and joined the First Regiment RegimentUnited
United States Volunteers and served servedunder 3erVedunder servedUnder
under Gen Miles in Porto Rico to the theend theend theend
end of hostilities hostilitiesPOTOMAC ho heatfiltlesPOTOMAC UUlles UUllesPOTOMAC
POTOMAC SYNOD IN SESSION SESSIONRev SESSIONRe SESSIONRev
Re Rev I n II Lender Presents Cause of ofOrphans ofOrpJlRlI ofOrpiLnhts
Orphans Home at Butler ButlerSpecial DutlerSpe Butlerto
Special al to TM Waiktagtm HeraH HeraHChambcrsburg HIInIILChambersburg 1Ia 1IaChambersburg
Chambersburg Pa Oct SO ilPotonec ilPotonecSynod Potomac PotomacSynod PotomacSynod
Synod of the Reformed Church opened openedtoday openedtoday openedtoday
today with devotional services services conduct conducted conducted conductccl ¬
ed by Rev E R Bechbach of Frederick FrederickSid FrederickMd FrederickMd
Md Rev D H IL Leader presented the thecause theCAU8e thecause
cause of the orphans home at Butler ButlerP ButlerAt BuUerPa ButlerPa
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At 2 oclock this afternoon preparatory preparatoryservices prepratoryservices preparatoryservices
services were held with sermon sortn n by Rev RevD RevD RevsD
D E Master M ster Huntington Pa PaAt PaAt PaAt
At 2 oclock there was a a mission con conference conference conforesee ¬
foresee ference conducted by Rev Re Dr A A R RBartholomew R RBartholomew HBartholomew
Bartholomew and Rev T M lL Yundt both bothof bothof bothof
of Philadelphia PhiladelphiaRev PhiladelphiaRe PhiladelphiaRev
Rev Re T F F Apple Bedford Pa presided presidedat
at tonights meeting
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CARDOZA PROPOSES FIGHT FIGHTSny FIGHTSa FIGHTSays
Sny Sa Says He Will HI Bring Drln Action Aet oJ1 to Get GetHis GetHI GetHis
His HI Job Back BackF JlackF hackF
F L Cardoza the deposed supervising supervisingprincipal supervi5lnprlnelpal supervisingprincipal
principal of the thirteenth division it was wasasserted wua wasasserted
asserted a yesterday y terdap win probably bring bringlegal bringlegal bringlegal
legal proceedings to be restored to his lost lostposition lostposition lostpoItIoa
position on the ground that be was not notgiven aLgiven netgiven
given a trial and that his dismissal diemlJllegal wa waIllegal s sIllegaL
Illegal His attorney Henry E Davis is isout isout isout
out of town in New York and will not notbe notDe notbe
be able to return until Monday Mond afternoon afternoonUnitl afternoonUniti O OUnitt
Unitl he arrives no definite news can be belearned beJearned belearned
learned of the course he will take in the thematter thematter thematter
matter matterMr matterMr matterMr
Mr Cardom returned to duty on fast fastThursday fastThuntday fastThursday
Thursday and Friday Frida at his office in litCardoza tb tbCardoza the theearilora
Cardoza school He says he made m de several severalrequisitions aeventlrequialtJons severalrequisitions
requisitions and reports that were ignor ignored Ignored ignored ¬
ed by the superintendent of instruction instructionDr InstruetlonDr instructionDr
Dr Chancellor ChancellorDr
Dr Chancellor stated yesterday after afternoon fternoon afternoon ¬
noon that he was not sure ore but that in inthe Inee Inthe
the ee eyes of the law Ja the notice nm of o obeard the thebeard thebeard
beard should have to be handed to Mr MrCardozo MrcarIozo lr lrCardozo
Cardozo If he should attempt to again againresume asalnme againresume
resume me his duties of supervising saperv prin principal principal prindm1 ¬
cipal on Monday he will U be regarded as asa asa asa
a trespasser er He has claimed that the thenotice thenotice thenotice
notice of dismissal aI has not reached e him himby himby himby
by the mails The rase of Cardoza as asfar ufar asfar
far as the members of the school board boardare boardare boardare
are concerned is practically closed closedThe closedThe edThe
The question que tlon of his successor is arena arousinc aro aroI arenalug
inc I much inter interest IntetectSYNODS interestSYNODS et etSYNODS
SYNODS PLAN TO MERGE MERGEThe MERGETIle MERGEThe
The Pennsylvania In and Cumberland CumberlandPresbyterians CnmbcrlandPreshyterlans CumberlandPreabylerlani
Presbyterians Will 111 Soon Unite UniteLancaster UnltclAtea UniteLancaster
Lancaster lAtea ter > Pa Oct 26 2OAt At todays todayssession todaysH8IIIon todayssession
session of the Presbyterian Synod of ofPennsylvania ofPenneylvama ofPennsylvania
Pennsylvania Rev Dr A J Kerr of ofLackawanna ofLackawanaa ofLackawanna
Lackawanna pras < vas appointed vice moder moderator moderator inoderaloe ¬
ator A 4 l committee was appointed to ar arrange arnulte arrange ¬
range the he details for the union of the theylvania tlHPenlVIUda thePennsylvania
Pennsylvania ylvania and Cumberland Cumbed H synods synodsboth S7B0d5boUt synodsboth
both being desirous of merging The Thelatter Thelatter Thelatter
latter comprises portions of Maryland Ia > land and andVirginia andVk andVIrInla
Virginia VirginiaThe Vk VIrInlaThe 1a 1aThe
The report port of the condition of the Wil Wilson WIISOli Wilson ¬
son College at Chambersburg was to the theeffect theeffect theeffect
effect that it to elevating its standard and andthe andthe
the attendance is Increasing A request requestwas requestwaa requestwas
was made for the endowment endow t of a chair chairof chairor chairof
of Bihle BI 1e instruction A gift of 69409 6LPO for forthe forthe forthe
the college was reported in sight but the thename tlteJIIUDC thename
name of the donor was not given givencrease givenDurl givenDuring
Durl During the pst yt year ar > there was an in incrN increase
crease crN in church membership in the State Stateof Stateor Stateof
of Ohio of 7W9 7ll and nearly 41009 Sunday Sundayschool Sund SundIICbooI Sundayschool
school scholars scholarsNOT scholars110T scholarsNOT
NOT DEAD SAYS MRS EDDY EDDYReports EDDYReporb EDDYReports
Reports of Demise of Christian ChristianScience ClJrlJllHanScleuee ChrislianScience
Science Leader Again Heard HeardBoston HenrdBoston HeardBoston
Boston OIL eThe The story that Mrs MrsMmry MrsMaty rs rs1tary
Mmry Baker G Eddy discoverer of ofChristian ofChrl ofChristian
Christian Science is dead which has so sooften soCften soiften
often gone the rounds of the country re remote r ccmote ¬
mote 180 from Mrs Eddys home in Concord ConcordN ConcordN
N H has again been published in a anumber anumber anumber
number of newspapers newsJ p rs In Western estern Mas Massachusetts Masi Massachusetta ¬
i sachusetts and in other States The story storycame storycame storycame
came to Mrs Eddys Eddy attention and elic elicited ellelted elicited ¬
ited the following letter to a Boston pub publication pubIbUon pubIlcatlon ¬
lication under yesterdays date at atPloasantriew atPJcuantYftw atPlcaaantvlew
Ploasantriew her Concord home homeAnother homeAnother homeAnother
Another report that I am dead is 1 wide widely wideI ide ¬
ly I circulated I am in usual health and andgo andS andgo
go out in my carriage every very day dayMARY da daMARY dayMARY
MARY BAKER G EDDY EDDYFor EDDYFor EDDYFor
For ten years it has been said at In Intervals Int intervuls ¬ I
tervals t vals that Mrs Eddys death was wasbeing wasbeing wasbeing
being concealed by th the Christian Sd Sdentists SeIeaUstsl Setentlstsi
entists eaUstsl Meanwhile their leader has just justKM justoften Justas
KM often ofteur been said to receive visits from fromher fromJr fronther
her followers who saw her ur however howeveronly ooeveronly howeveronly
only at a distance She was not present presentnt presentM presentat
nt the opening of the great church in inBoston InBoston InBoston
Boston this year esr
FROM WOMANS VIEWPOINT VIEWPOINTIs
Is the sentiment regarding college students dying out Certainly there seems seemsto seemsto seemsto
to bo a change in the attitude of the public that has forgiven many man offenses from fromyoung fromroung fromyoung
young men who are connected conn cted with famous institutions of learning end It dates datesfrom datesfrom datesfrom
from the event in which the son of the President Prc irlent of the United States figured figuredThere ftguredI ftguredThere
I 5 S SThere
There has always b bo1en en a conservative element that maintained an attitude of ofseverity ofsccrfty ofseverity
severity toward th tha rude and senseless pranks of collegians They The have b e persisted persistedin persistedIn persistedIn
in believing that the sons of families who are able to afford the higher education educationshould eduextionshould educationshould
should behave like gentlemen rather than imitate the manners of the slums I Ifancy Ifancy Ifancy
fancy that nobody ever frowned upon the high spirits of youth outh when they have havebeen haebeen havebeen
been kept within the bounds of decency but there are a good many men and women womenvho womenwho womenwho
who do not relish th tios spoiling of an evenings amusement for which they the have paid paidhardearned paId paIdhardearned paidhardearned
hardearned dollars by b a crowd of noisy nols obtrusive young men who make their con connection cornection conneetion ¬
nection with a famous Institution of learning lo rning an excuse for rudeness ruden C16 that would not notbo notbe notbe
be tolerated in the th ordinary youth of a town or city dtyThere ctt3There cityS
S S SThere i
There Is a wide difference between harmless harml s fun and an annoying a no ing rudeness There j
is also a place for everything eve thlng fun Included but it does not seem to Ije the street streetthronged streetthronged streetthronged
thronged with Uh busy humanity or other public places where rights rIs ts are equal If I am amrudely amrudely amrudely
rudely jostled off the sidewalk by a crowd of young men walking four and five flveabreast thoabreast fiveabreast
abreast it does not make a pins worth of difference to know that they are students studentsand studentsnnd studentsand
and sons of respectable families I could feel no worse were they just ordinary
loafers I am rather more lenient to youth 7 1uth < than the average av rage person at that thatUnquestionably tootUnque thatS
S 5 5 5Unquestionably
Unquestionably Unque Uonably students bring life and money to t places in which and near nearwhich nearwhich nearwhich
which colleges are located Theyire They Are e liberal spenders and generally a lighthearted lightheartedlot lIghtliesrtlot
lot all the more to be sppraeiatu apprGClatd in view of tho serious faces and demeanors we wenote vCnote wenote
note elsewhere But surely there Is no need of being brutal or careless of the therights therIGhts therIghts
rights and comforts comfortso of others others and most certainly oor < iinly should the laws made for the thecountry thecount thecountry
country count p be kept by them as well as others When hen a few hundred students get such suchan suchan suchan
an Idea of their own Importance that they positively decline to give up a brutal brutalsport brutllsport brutalsport
sport liko hazing we are are ro apt to reflect that leniency has perhaps boon carried too toofar toofr toofar
far
S
There are selfrespecting selfresp Ctlng industrious students in all colleges of course and andthey andthcy andthey
they do not deserve the censure that falls where it may may They go to college for forrui forrtn foran
rui education and make mak that paramount working In recreation as they can I have haveseen l1aeSEEn haveseen
seen some sons of rich men who were Rent to college as an easy means of riddance riddanceto
to the family I am positive because boouse they the were given limitless pocket money and andthe andthe andthe
the eyes of the family were closed to all escapades Such uch youths ouths do not hurt them themselves themehes themselves ¬
selves with study and ara itra hardly hRr ly a credit to th the institution beyond the glamour of ofgood orgood ofgood
good family names and expensive appurtenances No one seems to know how they theyretain th thretain theyretain
retain their th lr footing or where they go when the footing becomes too insecure but butthey butthey butthey
they are very very much in evidence < fdCnce durlns their stay ita How can there bo any sentiment sentimentfor sentimenttflr cenUmentfor
for them them7 BETTY BRADEEN
1
ARRANGING FOR EXHIBITS EXHIBITSCommittee EXHIBITSCommittee EXifiBITSCommittee
Committee Returns from Jamestown Jamestownwith Jamestownwith Jamestownwith
with Pointers for Merchants MerchantsPrints Merohantslrlntil 3erohantsIrinti
Prints of Space Will 111 Be Made lndeSo MadeSoReservations lndeSoRescrationK So SoReservation
Reservation Can DC Seen J by byProspective y yProspective 7PrORIJeCUe
Prospective Exhibitors ExhibitorsD EXl1lhltorD
D J Kaur Kaufman Woadworth dam a and anda a1l andIf < 1 1C
If a C Bonn D Ute commutes ttM of 8C11Itck UK UKwMch tee teewhich
which secured shouted SiN f feet f et at U tile J Jtown Jis Jistoww s s stown
town Exposition ExOOJ ltIeft for the Washington Washingtoncommercial W WbIginicommercial Olt Oltoommereial
commercial exhibit and an ootion ooIl i l on n
2509 250 feet for a muiridnai exhibit to to hold holdgood I isoidgood ld ldgood
good until after Congress ridS convened eomresedreturned convenedreturned ed edroturned
returned to Washington Yaala from Norfolk Norfolkyesterday NorfltlkyeetenJay Norfielkyesterday
yesterday As announced an l yesterday 1fater 1faterwere they theywere titcywere
were a able We to get everything th thfo thy y went wentafter Wettafter weistafter
after and RaVi nave a satisfactory report rort to tomake tomake tomake
make to the commercial association an1 an1the anlUte aulthe
the District DWrkt Commissioners The slaco slacosecured pseosecured IacH IacHsocurod
secured is In I the upper right hand cor corner corner eecnor ¬
ner of the interior court coUrt of f ffacturers the manu manufacturers maflUfaeturers ¬
facturers and liberal arts building buildingRates bvtldlngRates buildingRates
Rates for space in the commercial CVl JlMJreb1 JlMJreb1tion sce scetion set1on
tion approximate I 1 a square foot Ac According A Acording According ¬
cording to the rules of the directors d cectors of ofthe urthe ofthe
the exposition onethird of tin rontraet rontraetprice tOntraetprice eontretprice
price for the space e must be paii pal JIOftIts jpott jpottits pen penits
its allotment and the baJanc sixty Ixty days iteysafterward daysafterward a aattermtrd
afterward or prior to the opening emil xnAit aJHtit emilIt
it is estimated that the booths will sos eoaabout cosabout sosabout <
about the same as the space for the ex exhlblt exhlblt cxhibit
hlblt Rates for light JlgJa and DOWCT DOw r will willbe wfllbe willbe
be charged at approximately the sanW sanWrale sm smrate 1tJlt 1tJltrate
rate as in Washington 1ubingtOlLLight WashingtonLight j
Light water and electric power wllii wlliibe wll wllbe wllbe
be brought to the outride of the bo boutiand booth boothand tt ttand
and must b bt taken tak care of Inside Insidethe 6y 6ythe b btlte
the owner he paying the cost of al alplumbing alt atlplumbing altplumbing
plumbing and fixtures ftxtvresThe ftxt1 fixturesThe e eThe
The committee was informed that thatJO thatJOGQods no nogoods nogoods
goods could be sold over a counter tt ttfor Ot Otfor < W Wfor
for delivery upen the grounds of the ex exposition exposItion cxposition ¬
position unless the board of control re recedes rtcedes cccodes ¬
cedes from a ruling It has made with withreference withreference withreference
reference to it but there is no bar Mrp1 pliicel pliicelto pieeIto 1 1to
to taking orders for goods to be de delivered dflivered dslivered ¬
livered from some other place or outatdu outatduof outsldtof outsdtof
of the exposition grounds groundsIn grouncIsIn groundsIn
In its report to be made macI to tko Joint Jointcommittee jointcommittee F Fcommittee
committee the committee which went to toNorfolk tcNorfqik
4
Norfolk will 1n recommend that the com commercial COinmercia cornmercial ¬
mercial display be united with the Mu Municipal municipal u unlclpal ¬
nicipal display by arched passages ges lead leading leading leading ¬
ing from the iuterior court to the out outside outsMe outside ¬
side sections The interior court is l t tbe tn tnbe tobe
be separated from the other portions s of ofthe orthe ofthe
the exposition by an ornamental al fence fenceof teitceof fenceof
of beautiful be utlful design designThe designThe designThe
The municipal exhibit will occupy about aboutonefourth bout b01ltonefourth boutonefourth
onefourth of this inclosed space It is isproposed Ispropo isproposed
proposed ed therefore to surround th thWashington thWashlngton theWashington
Washington commercial exhibit with a afence afence afence
fence of similar design and to units tho thotwo th thtwo thtwo
two with 1th archways arehan in such manner as axo asmake asto
to o make the two practically PraCtlcaIY one display
Assistant As istant Secretary Clum of the Job Jobbera Jobbens Jobbern
bens and Shippers Association 1at101 said it is istho Istho isthe
tho intention of the committee comltt to hav havits havits hayIts
its charts and printed information Inror MLtIon in inshape insbap Inshape
shape at the th room of the association in inthe inthe inthe
the Munsey Mu y Building not later than tn > next nextTuesday Jl xt xt xtTuesday
Tuesday where it can be inspected InsP Cted and andwhero an1wherOc nivtwhera J
whero prospective exhibitors can csi see for forthemselves forthemsehcs forthemselves
themselves what space they can reserve reserYeA rererveA
A special arrangement arrangnu nt was ww made for a aDistrict aDistrict
District of Columbia day at the ex exposition expostuon cxposition ¬
position and the District Commissioners Commissionersare ComlBl CominIsjonare eioners eionersKre
are to be given the privilege oi fixing
the date the directers of the tb exposition expositionpreferring ex expeftjippreferring sitiOIl sitiOIlpreCerrlng
preferring some day dR of national Import Importso port portso
so that a specially large crowd < may JRQ mar be
in attendance attendanceANNEXATION attendanceANWEXATION
1 1ANNEXATION
ANNEXATION OF CUBA CUBATTTO CUBATwo CUBATwo
Two Objections to It from tro the theSouthern tileSoutIlern theSouthern
Southern Point of Vlctr VlctrFrtm VleuFrem VIcrrFreni
Frtm the N New w Orleans OrlianeAside Pkaywfe PkaywfeAside Pka PkaAside
Aside from the necessity nee b of keeping
faith with the Cubans there are other co cogent eo eogent Cegent ¬
gent reasons why wb annexation an exatfOft should sh uld not
be advocated The first and most potent potentis potentIs potentIs
is the unwisdom of adding to our popula population popotation ¬
tion two millions of people dleat W ere t in inrace inrace inrace
race language and traditions from our ourown ourown ourown
own people who haw nothing HI In inmon com common COIamon ¬
mon with us and do not understand our ourInstitutions outInstitutions ourinstitutions
Institutions Cuba has a large negro pf itp itpulation p pulation P PuIation
ulation and there exists there practically practicallycomplete praedel1lycomplete practicallycomplete
complete Social social and political equality of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the races The incorporation of a a new newState newStnte newState
State with juch conditions prevailing prevailingwould prevRJHngwould prevailingwould
would be a prolific proll c source of trouble par particularly particularly particularly ¬
ticularly to the neighboring Southern SouthernStates SeuthrnSttes SouthernStates
States by b creating cre ting among a the many maa mil millions millions mulions ¬
lions of negroes of the South ambitions ambitionsand anbltlonand anibitlonsand
and aspirations that can only be their t un undoing undoing undoing ¬
doing doingAnother doingAnother doingAnother
Another objection to the annotation of ofCuba orCuba ofCuba
Cuba and a very Important one G e from a aLouisiana ItLouisiana aLouisiana
Louisiana standpoint is the economic in injury Injury injury ¬
jury that would result to the domestic dem8lit1egur su sugar angar ¬
gar industry from the opening of the mar markets JMZkots markots ¬
kots of the United States to Ute t e cheaply cheaplygrown cheapbgrown cheaplygrown
grown sugar crop tr6 cropS cropSof of Cuba A great por portion portion pertion ¬
tion of the sugar production of Cuba is iscontrolled Iscontrol1ed Iscontrolled
controlled by b the sugar trust and an the theeconomic tJaeoconomlc theeconomic
economic benefits benc > ftts of annexation would w6u1derue w uld ac accrue accrue ¬
crue entirely cntl ly to that th t monopoly and not to tothe tothe tothe
the people at large either of the United UnitedStates nnJtedStatrs UnitedStates
States or Cuba While thlle thcr thert is probably probablyno probabhno
no preventing the trust from agitating agitatingannexation agftstaag agftstaagannexation agitatingannexation
annexation in th the next session of Con Congress Conthe Congross ¬
gross the administration a minlstration ought to receive receivegenerous recelegenerous receIvegenerous
generous backing particularly frem tre the theSouth theSouth theSouth
South In its announced announce4 purpose of main maintaining maintaining mainraining ¬
taining the independence of o Cuba Cubavery CubaVerY CubaVery
very Little to Say SnyFrom Sn Snlrrom Say1rom
From the Catholic Standard and Tines TfcauYes 1iIMsYes TinesYes
Yes said Bragg Ive decided to tohave tohae tohave
have a long talk with the boss and tell tctlhim t tellhint lt lthim
him just what I think thinkIs thlncIs thinjeIs
Is It possible posslbleitt replied Knox KDO Whydont Why Whydont Whydont
dont you boHevo be1f Ive got the nerve to totell totell I IteU
tell him what I tlilnlt tlilnltOh tldnkOh tidakOh
Oh yes CS but If yOU yot toll him just what whatyou whatyoU whatyou
you think thln how are you ou eotaff to have bILY havelong 9 9Ions p plouS
Ions talk tnlkT

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