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THE TKEWASBINGTON WASHINGTON WAS 11 I N G TON HERALD HER A L D THURSDAY T H U It S DAY OCTOBER 0 C T 0 B E R 25 1906 1 9 0 6 TT
BANK WILL REOPEN REOPENIp1Cs
Peoples SayingsBonk SaY ngs3a1 to Meet MeetComptrollers Meet1omptrollers Ieet IeetCon1ptlollcrs
Comptrollers Demands DemandsMAY De1uaaHlsMAY DCiiiaiiTSMAY
MAY RESUME BUSINESS BUSIN SS TODAY TODAYCnili TO TODAYS TODAYash DAY DAYa
Cnili a ash 1L to Be Substituted for IOIUIH LOlLflMV1LJc1t IOIUIHWhich
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Which V1LJc1t 1111 Are Ar Ilegrnrdcd by Treasury TreasuryOfficial TrenuryOffilal TrensuryOlflcIl
Official n nM Not ot AfTorrtinK Affortlfn Sufficient SufficientSecurity SnfficlentSurlt SufficientScurjt
Security Surlt to the Dejiositori Del nepoMitorMOlIlcerM nepoMitorMOlIlcerMnnil itoromeeIK itoromeeIKntl OHlccru j jnml
nml ntl Directors Rally nnu to Rescue RCMCIICA
A a < Kretin I itIng t ing hurt 5t aigbt t ef the tIIftc tIIftcr ivec ivecr rec recrs
rs r and > tnk thkhQidera holders of the Peoples Sav Savings Savng SmvIgs ¬
ings ng Igs Bank which ww MId Si yesterday yesterdayrKrning yestentayIliernin YteIdRYr
rKrning Iliernin r ning l hy > > order i rder of the Comptroller IIer of ofii oCL
ii 1 I Cimri Cun y it wa was decided to make ke ket ar arr art
r < r fm4ht < m utp > to t Comply pompiywith with every re 1IIIIuke 1IIIIukejIlt rRwken lre lreii
ii jIlt nt of th omptrouVr in order to re remio re renH
mio 1 business Mr Ridgely Ridgt > l and the dl dltors dtdONI dlo
dONI tors o of th th hank had an extended con conffncv coGnp
5 ffncv np ne 1It yesterday afternoon at which whichMI widellIJI
MI IJI r RklgIy > > tated that the condition conditioni C cooffltwn
i wn n t wtiiK j1j t Hit M bank would 1IIOUldrfIUH be b alhrweti alhrwetirosunv ftelweSireuni
rosunv Jwratlea p ration was to substitute substituteh BUll
toh h for fo i man rta 0 team OSS which the tile11tr C0pI1tr comp complvr
lvr ciid < i il < l n IIIt t deem mt of t anmcient a uleeot t value valueprote valaeprot valueS
S prote prot th t < depoaiton of the bank hankit
it f t wa Wiif > iited t t ted hurt t night with th every everysuram eveoOllraru everyurani
suram urani t tf f truth that the bank would wouldp woukIpto wouldCfl
< p pto Cfl < n it door for business this after afteri
i t > n 01 tomorrow morning and that thatin tllatt
in t wuH lid be enough caoh on hand to tovfty toi toS
S i > Y vfty Vt lt r depositor tor who wished to with withiw wltbW
S iw W W lif > account accountI
I WIK shown at the meeting mee meetIn lt of the thekhoKters thek thekhoHers
khoKters k last night that though the therk th thT tl1th
rk T h ha h a about bout HIM S118t18 1l 1ft deftotfts Oflte upon uponI Ipoftonk
S I hooki onk there wu lItlflS ttOM in cub upon 1IIJOA1ilI uponh uponMii
Mii 1ilI it to t draw and that the personal ac aciiits ac acn seF
iiits n t of 0 r the officers directors and stock stockS stoekIJn
S IJn ra amounted to about S4MM so that thatltrge tlaat1arge thatrge
ltrge rge sum would not be needed to tok totkr
1 tkr < k < the th doubtful securideB aecurItI goad and andi Dd DdI
I 5 i the requirements l of the tIaenu comptroller comptrollerTail coptrollernit
Tail nu Meet All Obligation ObligationTi Ohll ntlon ntlonT
Ti T t was WL also a shown that the main mainih aeti aetiS ts tst
S > ih t h bank were snttdent to meet an ani aRligatin
S i tigatioBs ligatin and that by satisfying such suchipositors suellpiton suchThtor3
piton as might mt desire to withdraw withdrawfunds withdrawfiind tbclraw tbclrawiJ
iJ > funds of o the bank could be put upon uponv uponIIl1
v I > li IIl1 itl l and substantial baste besIaI
I 1 1 was just a few t minutes before beforelk beforeS 9 911k
S 11k yesterday morning morn morntn when a notice noticeTV not notI noticeposted
TV i s posted on the front door of the bank banki
i It t it had been dosed by order oderst at the theT theupt tbeJptl
T S upt Jptl roller Ber of the Currency pending an anfcim aniTfl n nl1l1
fcim i nation Almost t immediately a curl curii
in u i crowd gathered pt ere on Fourteenth street streetand streetd1d treet treetll
and ll many ma ny inquiries were made nl de as to the theus tMi theUr
i us Ur of the suspension au pen loa The Comptroller ComptrollerS r rtit
> S tit id his c action on had been bawd upon a aTiwrt aprt
Tiwrt 1 prt rt made to him by l y Bank Examiner Examinerowu Exall ExaminerI ner nerOwn
Own I Wn I 1 L Reeves Jr showing < the instltu instltui
1 i ion < > n to be Insolvent The Comptroller also alsosaid a ajJ alsoaid
said aid jJ he had hdappolnted appointed John W Schofield SchofieldUrtiVlT hOIIeId hOIIeIde
1 UrtiVlT UrtiVlTThis ttirThis e tivrr tivrrThis
This bank said Comptroller lUdgely lUdgelywas mlywas Ridgelywas
was incorporated under the laws of ofWf ofWet I IWfst
Wet Wf < t Virginia VI nia Jt has been doing busl buslss bueIss buolss
ss in i fl this city since June MI6 was waatcganised wasrgrlnized wasUL
tcganised UL ganized by b S J 1 Masters n to succeed succeedth
th t 1 Peoples opIes Bank also a organised by b him himi
t i i 1 operated o ratd under an Oklahoma charter charterr
r I 1 nt ntit it recently Mr 1 Masters astere rB was president presidentr
Sr r the I Ie bank but was succeeded by Wll WllJ WilII
> 11 J Lambert who is now president presidentKOHHN lIeSidentIORRIi presidentIdOHH
KOHHN Can Cause e Trouble TroubleTli TroubleThp
Tit Thp trouble with the t Peoples Savings Savingstiuik Savingsf
tiuik f II S J continued OI1Unued < Mr RId eIY1 is due dueMinly due11111y duendy
Minly ndy to large leans made to the2a the2aiial tile theai
i iial 111 11 Investment Company of which 3 3T S Sf ST
T T Master Masterp fc president isident isidentmade dent These TbotI loans loansmade
< > made during d A Mr Mrt < r Martpral admtnla admtnlai lmkd lmkdih
i t ti in ih th qnd Jd are an inheritance i of the thei theSIut the1i
i 1i i s SIut ut management t who cbihnnoi el hi to f01 t thlame b bNime bp bpi
i hlame ame for them themTin themT themSI
Tin T SI II Peoples Savings Bank aIr has batt battidug been beenn
S n idug S ling with a strong stroll reserve reaenf > and Del the theWSAfHEK theR theWXATBER
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Prepare for them by d deposit ott ¬
ana your surplus funds hi this thu thubauk
bank during prosperity pro nt We Wepay lV lVpaT Wepoy
pay 3 per cent < nt interest on say savings yvIn sayIngs ¬
ings ingsrTOne In
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rTOne dollar starts < an ac acSavings acount acenunt ¬
enunt enuntCITIZENS ount ountCITIZENS
CITIZENS CITIZENSSavings CITIZENSSavings
Savings 8ankJBBJj 8ankJBBJjper Bank Bankper 9 148SRTbe BIINItIg BIINItIgper
per cent nl Interest t on Savings hyln hylnItlnts Ac ActflIfltS
Itlnts
2 per W cent nt interest on Checking l kl klA
Aceevnts A T
receiver JhrQs on hand nd in onah tsh or o r duo duofrom duorroM duofrom
from othii banks Wet M 4 Dor cent or its itsdeposit hsde 2l 2l11ep031t
deposit de tM tMLike ifcttiltttt ifcttilttttLike S
Like other banking instItutIons ape operating OP OPratJg aperating ¬
rating in Washington Wa lthlgtoR under charters de derived de derived dorived ¬
rived from the States It was placed placedunder pl placedwider ee eeunder
under the supervision of the th Comptroller Comptrollerof
of the Currency by the act of Congress Congressapproved CongreesJ1Ine CongremMproYrd
approved Jw June J1IneComptroller e 166 166Comptroller W WComptroller
Comptroller Ridgeiy furnished the fol following tol tolJowhl oi oilowing ¬
lowing Jowhl statement of the resources and andliabilities andUaltflttles andliabilities
liabilities of the bank as shown by its itsreport Itsreport It Itreport
report made to the comptroller at the thedose thecJoH theclose
dose of business busi e8B September 4 1993 1993ItBSOURCBS 1001tEO 19O 19OItIISOURORS
ItBSOURCBS ItBSOURCBSart tEO unCRS unCRSr
r Lm art dhnea310ITL dhnea310ITLOafts ijhuauiita 4MMttK 4MMttKOtfctr 111I11
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The action of the Comptroller fell fella like likea Unthunderbolt
a thunderbolt upon the officers end dl directors dlNet dlreetera ¬
rectors Net of the bank Slnee its reorgani reorganisation norganleo reorganiatiott ¬
sation eo several months ago the institu institution Instllut1oIl InstituLion ¬
Lion had been conservatively handled handledand h iniKUedand ndled ndledand
and the general hneral ral opinion was s that It was wasfast wasfaat wasfast
fast coming g to the front as one of the thecitys tlteettyg theettys
citys beet at managed banking heuaes heuaesA JtOUS JtOUSA
A conference was WIt held between the theofBcers theotheers
officers of the bank and the Comptroller Comptrollerearly Comptrollerearly
early 113 yesterday morning and it was after afterthis Arterthla afterthis
this dtecuasfon dl lon of the banks bank affairs that thatsteps thattep thatsteps
steps wffe vere taken to get e together a sum suM suMcleat m mcleAt
cleAt sum of e money to pay the deposit depositors dep08fton depositera ¬
ors and place the bank In a a condition conditionto
to reswme wtneTIae hfMrinecs hfMrinecsThe basiiaemThe
The bank had about MM 1 31l depositors deftestfaorsthe de dethe depositorsthe
the majority with tftb small accounts aec rang ranging ftlDgtag ranglug ¬
tag from SS to 36 05 There were howj howjever howJever however
ever many 1 depositors with considerable considerablesums con kIerabieaUIM considerablesuam
sums in I the bank and among these there therewaa thenwu therewas
was some excitement early earl After talk talking talkIng talklug ¬
ing with Ute officers and directors how however novever however ¬
ever they settled down to a feeling of ofcomparative ofcompJattn ofeosnporattve
comparative confidence and decided to toawait toawait toawait
await the effort to raise funds to pay paythe PQtM paytue
the Indebtedness iadebt neM of the bank bankA hankA k kA
A few who had check deposits were hit hithanIer hitharder nitharder
harder as their deposits in a number of ofinstances oriMtaaCe8 ofInstances
instances represented available avafl le capital to toconduct toconduct
conduct uct their business Several of these thesewere ewere thesewere
were provided by the directors dI tOl8 with Suffi Sufficient uID uIDdent utflclout ¬
dent money to tide them oVer any press pressing presslag ¬
lag diftfeatttea and this th also iio helped to torestore toore torestore
restore ore eonHdence ao lildeace that the depositors depositorswould depo depositorswould ltOftl ltOftlwould
would be taken care of o at t an early day dayInside clayInside dayInside
Inside the bank yesterday ye the bank ex examiner fOXminer examiner ¬
aminer Mr Reed was assisted eeI by a acorps aeorp8 a acorps
corps of clerics in going DC over the ac accounts ac acC accounts ¬
counts C 1IDta and securities while bile President PresidentLambert PrNklelatLalDbert PresidentLainbert
Lambert John T B Kihnear treasurer trellllllrerand treasotersnd treasurerand
and S S J Master former president prf9l8ntthe et etthe atthe
the bank were on hand to answer In Inquiries 11I 11Iquir1e8 Inquirles ¬
quiries from depositors depositorsThe positois positoisThe tors torsThe
The officers of the bank are Wilton J JLambert JLambrt JLambert
Lambert president William F Q Gud8 Gud8ftm de defirst 4sflrot
first vice president pre t John W lit lit800nd Fogter Fogtersecond FllIecsecond
second vtoc president John B Kinnear Kinneartreasurer ICinneartreasurer tlftftMrtreasurer
treasurer R R P Andrews Andrews S S D WatresLmtin Watres WtresLurtin atlftl atlftlLurtln
Lmtin R R Oinn S S J 1 Masters tasters C F Sud Sudwarth SIMIrtb Sudwartit
warth rtb William Masters W V Gwynn GwynnGardiner OJIftGardiner GwynnQardiner
Gardiner and James ODonaell directors directorsPRESIDENT directorsPRESIDENT JIet JIetPRESIDENT
PRESIDENT JOINS THE G A R RBeoomes RI R1 R1Bccomes
I
I Becomes Honorary Member of ofFarnsworth ofFarnsworth ofFarnsworth
Farnsworth Post of New York YorkCeremony YorkCcrmOI1 YorkCereniony
Ceremony CcrmOI1 nt the AVhltc hlte llonsc 1I01tllclnl 1I01tllclnltlation housemitlatiou Ini Initiation ¬
tiation in Accordance with Ritual RifunlChief RltunlChief RitualChief
Chief lixccntivc Makes Speech SnecchThe SICcchT SpeechS
S S The T President P we instored mnetored in ia IaOrS7 aorheo aorheoerarjr
erarjr member of the Aoseelateti oelelsd Society Societyof Sscletyof
of the Fars rnwsrtb worth tJI Pest K Ne 1W 1111 G A AIt A AR
It ft of liovat t YCMMM r N Y YMy yeuissday yester yesterday ¬
day dayThe
The 4he initiation waa m 1ft accordance aee with wttkthe withthe
the ritual Fit and the ceremony oe q was per performed perf performed ¬
formed f by Gen Oe Horace Porter Porterby assisted assistedby alstedby
by Dr W S Hubbell chaplain e of the theLoyal theLoyal theLoyal
Loyal LiegJon lon of the SIaM ef New York YorkThirtyeight YorkTbtrtyeltht YorkTh1rtyeIbt
Thirtyeight members tterw of Farnsworth FarnsworthPost hrnawotUtPoIn FrnswottbPost
Post PoIn led by Gen Porter lied Into the theCabinet tileCaJJIDet thecaldnet
Cabinet roptn where they formed a semi semicircle enddrde semicircle ¬
circle The ceremony occupied fifteen fifteenmmntes ftttMllmlnatn lifteenminutes
minutes mmntesThe mlnatnThe minutesThe
The ritual was follow followed strictly 8trletl but butat butat butat
at the dose the President made A speech spoechHe speechHe ech echHe
He said Id be felt honored to be a aof member memberof memberof
of the society He dec deeherid tared that he was wasin wasIn 88 88in
in the Little War and at while lalle those of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the SpanishAmerlcaa service could not notclaim notI notclaim
claim the full share of credit due the theveterans thet theveterans
I
veterans t rans af the dvfl war they tM Were we at atleast ath8t at5ut
least entitled to claim a share of patriot patriottorn P patriothen tr1et tr1etIsm
torn tornThose
Those present were all a New Yorkers Yorkersincluding TorlleInu YorkersIncluding
including Inu t the following members of ofFarnsworth orFamlJWortb ofFarnsworth
Farnsworth Poet t CodmmtMter C W WVan WVan WVan
Van Court Mayor E F Brush of Mount MountYernon XountVernon MountYemon
Vernon and W E Cohaver W V H Val Vaacott VILlicotto Valcolt
colt George G H Brown W A Ander Anderson Antlerson Ander110ft ¬
son J L L l Pipem George Venal N C CDealing CDeali CDealing
Dealing Deali William Wltoon jr and F A AMokay AMoltay AMokay
Mokay MokaySixteen r rSlxtHn ISixteen
Sixteen New Nf Yorkers York who are members membersof
of the Associate Society of the post were werepresent WeTepretlent werepresent
present including State Senator S JN1tor I 1 N NMill NMU18 NMUle
Mill MUle who is I now a candidate Mr election electionas e tldft tldftas
as Supreme SUJIIIIP Cowl C urt judge in New N w York Yorkformer Yorkformer Vorkformer
former Mayor Edeon deon Lewis L wilJ of Mount MountVernon MonetVernon nt ntVernon
Vernon M D Stiles editor of the Mount MountVernon MountVemen MountVernon
Vernon Argus J 3 G Wmtjein J P Hayes HayesT HayeT
T L L I Paskett M C Kellogg J T H Hdawson HClaw HClawsots
Claw dawson JL It R Rosa R W 0 Throon T A AFletcher A Anetcher AIetcher
Fletcher P W Clark A W Bertine > J JH JH JIi
H H Grimes S N Hoag and Rev J M S STaylor S STaYlor STaylor
Taylor TaylorOthers TaylorOthers
TaYlorOtben
Others present as a guests of the Asso Associated Aasoelated Aaoelated ¬
elated Society to which the President residtmt be betengs be beJoog belongs
longs were Gen N W Dtt Dtt Maj A A N NBtaheman N1JII NliIhemai
Btaheman Maj John Tailor Maj G ti W WDebevoise WDbevol8e WDebevoiss
Debevoise Lteut T P Woeley W oley Maj G GDeF GDeF GDo
DeF Do Barton Got A W V Cotwell Col ColGeorge Col Colootse COIGeorge
George Kpew Eo EDewy Dewey y H H Armstrong ArJft8troD and andLieut ahCIUeut andUcut
Lieut T A A AVOYAGE Mason Masoni MaonVOYAGE
VOYAGE ENDED AT THE ALTAR ALTARCunt ALTARCUIf ALTARCapt
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Cunt Voortbary and Mr Mrs Fremont Fremontin Fr U1ont U1ontIn
in Romance of othe the lie Paclfle PaclfleIntroduced PneI PneIIntroduced PaIflIntroduced
Introduced on the tb promenade deck of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the army transport Sheridan wooed on oni onthe
i I the poop deck of the good ship and mar married marrIed marsled
ried in historic old Manila 1aM at the end of ofthe oftile tiCthe
the voyage were w werethe the romantic events tTfilt that thatAgvred thatIpred thataovred
Agvred in the marriage 05ita of Mrs M John T TFremont TPreMont TPiemont
Fremont of Nert York to Cant Frank T TWoodbury TWoodbury TWoodbury
Woodbury IT t S S A ALater ALater ALater
Later the Sheridan was dashed th to toOft piece pieceon pieceson
on the rocks rocksMrs roe roeiln rocksirs
Mrs Fremont OItt to fifty and Capt Wood woedbury WCHJdImrJ Woodbury
bury thirty but l ul the moonttght never nevershown ne neaIIown nevershown
shown so a beautifully on the lonely Sheri Sheridan Sherias Shortthen ¬
dan as aofl on Us last trip that bore the twain twainfrom twaintlOlft twaintroist
from the tbe United < States to the Philippines PhilippinesMrs PhfllppIItKWill PhilippinesMrs
Mrs Fremont nt famous f lltMS as 168 A singer had hadjust Jaadjest badJust
just been divorced In New York from fromMaj fromMaj frontMaj
Maj John T F Fremont 1 relftOltt who was court courtmartialed courtinartlaled t tJaarUaleod
martialed while OH it duty Ht the Philip Philippines Fkfttpapines ¬
pines pinesThe pIntsThe pinesThe
The wedding was an event in Manila ManilaSociety ManaSociety MannaSociety
Society talked for days about the affair affairCapt affairCapt < Alr AlrCapt
Capt Woodbury ootIbury comes < from Pennsylva P4IIMyJftbla Pennsylvania ¬
nia nm having bavl been graduated duatecl from the Uni University rnlcratty 1nlversity ¬
versity of o Pennsylvania in 1 tsrI7 7 He be 1te 1temt became
came mt an want surgeon In the army hi fu fuItoJ
MM and stilt serves in that department tlepartmentClerics t1eJMt departmentCIerls l lClcrlH
Clerics Want Expense Money MoneyThe JIoJ MoneyThe c cThe
The railway postal clerks of tin t tOuntry tincountry j jcountry
country are demanding ndln a square squaredeaL uare uaredflaJ i ideal
deal They propose JJII JOie to ask Congress Congressthis Co Cothis Congressthis
this winter to allow them a per diem for forexpenses forxpeDfllfS forexpenses
expenses incurred while hne away way from their theirhomes theIrhotnes
homes 8 in the discharge > of their duties dutiesThey duU duUTbfoy dutiesThey
They declare df > toot they are the only class classof cJaslof riassof
of government tIrnn1tnt employes fmply who ha hav > to pay paytheir payir paytheir
their ir own t > xpons xP xpenses < n s It is estimated PCtlmnl d that thatthr ttutttbfo thatthe
the annual expense will average J165 165 16 for foreach forch foreach
each ch clerk clerkEl
El
FRIENDLY TO JAPAN JAPANAdmiiiistrationFiO JAPANAdlnillistratioll JAPANAthiiiiiistrationFiowiislJpOii
AdmiiiistrationFiO Adlnillistratioll AthiiiiiistrationFiowiislJpOii AthiiiiiistrationFiowiislJpOiiCalifolllia F1O118 nisUpon nisUponCalifornia U 1 > on onCalifornia
California Agitation AgitationWOULD Agitat AgitationWOULD oll ollWOULD
WOULD VETO EXOLUSION LAW LAWInillncrcet LAWImlIMcrcet LAWIndiscreet
Indiscreet Utterance by 11 Rockefeller Ilocfcofellerniul UoekctcIJernUll Rockefelleranti
nUll Others Are Deplored DCltIorellScrloulII DCltIorellScrloulIICOJl DeploredSeriousConsideration Serlon SerlonCoiislilcrntloii
Consideration COJl hlcrntJoll Given AntlAiiicrl AntlAiiicrlcnn
cnn FeClIiiRT Caused by 1 Excluding Excluding3IIUudo ExehuJlnrJllktuIo ExcludingMikudon
3IIUudo Children from Schools SchoolfThe ScboolTIle SchoolsThe
The government k giving gfTI adrieve rle 18116 6 consid consideration conslderat10n considoration ¬
oration to Ute antiAmerican fsollng fealIn which whichhas wblebhas whichhas
has Melt fomented hi Japan upon the thebaste the1Jui8 thebasis
baste of the exclusion of J ratfflOtH JKpuose pAnee chil children children chiidron ¬
dren from schools in Callami and India Indiscreet Indlsereet Indiaerect ¬
erect utterances against the Japanese By IlyJekel ByJeftn y yJ
Jeftn J D Rockefeller and others It can cannot cnnMOL cannot ¬
not be laid with ofth too mu much h emphasis that thatthe thtltthe thatthe
the ruling members of the Federal admin administration admlnl adminIntratlon ¬
istration l from the President down have havano haveftO haveso
no sympathy whatever with ofth the discrimi discrimination dlliCrtmlnaUon discrimination ¬
nation against Japanese or the th attempts attemptsto
to stir Ur up opposition to them The belief beliefis b beliefIs ef
is general enen in government rntMItt circles that agi agitation altatIoa sg1 sg1ttlon ¬
tation in California or esiewhere in the the6altecl he helidted
United lidted States fa not only illadvte JUad11eed d tut ut utte utis
te without solid lid foundation being con cenftneil ctnto conned
ftneil ned to an infinitesimal portion of the thepeople ibepeople thelVhatover
people peopleWhatever
peoplelatvel
Whatever is possible for the government governmentto governmnt governmntto
to to 4 toeouateraet to cotmteract the attempt to t Incite inottea
a hostile h08t e feeling fIID against Japanese In the theUnited tbeUDfted theUnited
United States will be done It is helieveW helieveWhere beJleveUtbat helievelhere
here that the agitators a tators have in view the theformation tbefotJoa theformation
formation of a sentiment among lIIO g laboring laboringmen laborin laborinmea laboringmen
men to t secure the enactment by Congress Congressot
ot a law a placing the Japanese upon the thesame th thas theMoe
same basis as Chines who desire to enter enterthe enterthe er erthe
the country Any An propaganda of that thatcharacter tiaat tiaateltararter thatcharacter
character will be fought foa < ht vigorously Iy by the theadministration lheadll theadministration
adll administration nbrtraUon and while will there Is no pros present pr preftt proseat ¬
eat fear that a Japanese exclusion law lawwfll lawwill
will 11 be enacted it is not going too far to tosay tolaY toony
say with th emphasis that should such leg legislation JeglelatJoR leglelatlon ¬
islation be put through tb br Congress C it itwould itwould Itwould
would receive ft the veto of President PresidentRoosevelt PrfthIent1tOO8eMt PresidentItooserolt
Roosevelt RooseveltGovernment 1tOO8eMtGocrnment ItooseroltCoverinteiit
Government I 111I Anxious AnxiouxNot AuxloulIINot AnxiousNot
Not only does the government of the theUnited tileLnltfd theLnIted
United States regard Itself as OH friewRy friewRyterms ftWndbtenaa fPlendtyteiiia
terms with Japan but It believes Ite that thatthere tlt thatthere t ttIMn
there exists between the two nations tIOM a aspecial a8j aspeeIal
special friendship closer than ordinary ordinarytie ordinaryUee ordinarytie
tie Uee at amity The government oretnment is anxious anxiousto anxiousto nstouaiIo
to have that friendship p continue eonttn It Will Willdo WfllIta Willo
do o ita utmost to have Japan J so under understand taMIt underdtand ¬
stand It feels fee confident that the Jap Japanese JapaMW Japmoor ¬
moor government realises 1hIea that President PrMldeetR PresldeetRoosevelt PresidentRooofvHt
RooofvHt R vftt and his advisors have no sym sympathy syinpathy m mthy ¬
pathy thy with ith < the th California movement but butIt butIt butIt
It is concerned rnecl that any an of the Japanese Japanesepeople JapaDMtpeople Japanesepeople
people should entertain a a mistaken 18ta notion notionthat notiONthat notionthat
that a a few agitators ta on the Pacific PaeI Coast Coastrepresent c8tt Cosstiepreeent
represent t the tb popular sentiment tiJnfIIt of this thttcountry tit titCOUDUy thiscountry
country Something Somethl will be done soon to toshow toshow toshow
show the attitude of the government vernment and andit sadIt andit
it is understood under that bow thoroughly the theAdministration theAlnWtratiOft theAdministration
Administration deprecates tftl the attempt to todiscriminate tod todiscriminate
d discriminate nate against Japanese Jape residing re kllo In InAmerica InAmerica InAmerica
America will be made perfectly clear clearThe deThe cleatThe
The Administration however finds it itself Itelf Itself ¬
self almost t powerless to prevent minus misunderstanding undentaDd minusderstandin ¬
dentaDd derstanding in the t present crisis Crisis CriaiflIs Crisisis i8 i8lit
Is not too strong a word to apply A Atelegram Areclved Ateienrast
telegram received by the State tate Depart Department DepartI Departmeat ¬
eDt I a few days day ago from Ambassador AmbassadorWright AoorW AmbaassdorWright
Wright W t at Tokyo told of the sentiment sentimentaroused senttmetby sentlmettaroused
aroused by the exclusion of Japanese chil children cMdies hll hlldren ¬
dren from San Francisco schools acboo and andrepresented anclleplftftlte4 andrepresented
represented the antiAmerican feeling feello feello1eu as asserfoua asledeus
serfoua serfouaIt 1euJt
It h ftt maintained Ini I1KCI here by persons of 1ICItkh ofMsh ofIdvi
Msh portion familiar with the situation situationthat ltuaUonthat t atlota atlotathat
that a continuance < of the Japanese ft ftet e eelusion x xelusion
et elusion propaganda in California will willbring WillUte 111 111bring
bring the United Ullt States face to face with withthe withthe withtint
the prospect t of losing the taigartal taigartalHshM isngestablished Mtab Mtaband
HshM and special friendship frten hlp of Japan Japanwith Japuwith Japanwith
with the attendant loss of all the COM COMmercial OItImenial eonsniesrial
menial power and prestige which has hasbeen basbeIft hasbeen
been built up in the Orient by America Americafrom Amtrtearrom AmOricaYrom
from this tl it will be seen how concerned concernedthe lOIICflMIdt conceroellthe
the t government is I over the condition conditionproduced eotldlUclllproduced conditionuced
produced uced by b the California agitation agitationBoycott agitationDuoott agitationfloyuot
Boycott Would lie Dln DInPJtroIlPJ DInPJtroIlPJI trniiM trniiMIn
In I tile t opinion of many of those t whose whosejudgment wboNr whosejjdgmcnt
judgment r t is regarded highly 1USb this t cons country 1OaIr7 constry ¬
try will suffer greatly if the same feeling feelingta feeU feeUIII
ta aroused In Japan against a America and amiAmericans alMlAmericana andAmericans
Americans that xtroduoed twOd the boycott of ofAmerican orr1ean ofAmerican
American r1ean goods in China Japans Jva In Influence Inluence Influence ¬
fluence in the t flowery kingdom Is Isderall8IJ prepon preponderating jtrepontieratlag ¬
derating Shice the close of the Rupsiair RupsiairJapanese RuaslanJapanose laJto laJtoJ
Japanese J war hundreds b of young 7OUD Chinese Chineshave CblftMlaye Chineseave
have aye been sent nt t tft Japan to be educated educatedand edueateC1and eduoutedand
and Japanese are going 01 < to China h1na by the thethousands tMIOU8aIMI8 thethousands
thousands tith th the advantage adva of having havingsvrh hanIAlrb havingnsrh
svrh excellent knowledge e of the language languagethe Janguaethe languagethe
the people and A customs u that no otter otternation oUternation otheriuitktii
nation can hope to compete with the theJapan theJa theJapanese
Japan Ja Japanese for trade supremacy In China ChinaThe ChinaThe ChinaThe
The spread of antiAmerican feeling feelingamong fedlAAa feelingamong
among a the Japanese would oukl be b vastly vastlymore vastlymore vastlymor
more mor harmful to the far eastern interests tntenvtsof Int Intf
of this th country than the boycott boy Ot < t agita agitation agitatitist Ita ItatJon ¬
tion in China which deb the Washington Washingtongovernment Washingtonkorernawot a hlngton hlngtonIfDvEmlftftlt
government was taxed to its utmost to tocheck 00cheek tocheck
check American trade suffered then thenand the thead thensad
and it ii I contended that it will suffer MireIa sueragain sufferagnin
again a to a greater ler degree if the Japanese Japaneseabandon Japttn Japaneseabandon e eablUMktrt
abandon their friendship frt4lld for the th United Unitedbtates Uitlll1bta UflitedSta
btates btatesThere bta ten tenThere
tesThere
There Is no concealment here of the thestrong thestlO thestrong
strong stlO g desire of the government vemenl to re retain re retAla retaht ¬
tain Japans friendship or of the fact factthat factthat factthat
that every effort will m be made to pre preserve preserve pronerve ¬
serve harmonious relations between the thetwo thetwa thetwo
two countries oountrt Nor is it concealed co Jed that thatthe tatUM thatthe
the maintenance of close Intimacy with withJapan wlUJapan wiLlsJapan
Japan is threatened It is hoped by the thegovernment thesovernment thegovernment
government that the U Japanese will ill not notforget noCfOlJlt notforpat
forget so soon how steadfastly the Unit United UnltfCl United ¬
ed States worked to prevent the parti partition PArtition partithin ¬
tion of China ChinaNo CblnaNo ChinsNo
No doubt need be entertained that the theadministration theadministration theadministration
administration In Washington Wa blngton will con continue contlntte contintie ¬
tinue to cooperate with IU the govern government governrnNIt governmeat ¬
meat In Tokyo for the maintenance of the thefriendship thefriendship thefriendship
friendship so highly IaI hI7 priaed by both TIt Tilfear TItrMr Tile Tilefear
fear in this tbl capital is Is however that the thepeople Utepeo thepeople
people peo of Japan wilt 11I not be able to dis distinguish dlsUnpl8h distinguish ¬
tinguish between the attitude of the th gov government go gofOmment government ¬
ernment of the United States and the at attitude attttYde attitude ¬
titude of a few fe agitatorsThe agitators agitatorsThe tora torarhe
The most hopeful sign in the present presentmbarrassing presentIIIrra presentembarrassing
embarrassing IIIrra ln < situation is that no formal formalprotest fOrJMlprot fortealpretest
protest prot t has come from Japan concerp concerning concerpI concerplug ¬
lug I the exclusion of Japanese children childrenfrom ehUdrento childrenfrom
from to San Francisco oo schools 8e This Indi Indicates In mdieaten l lcates ¬
cates that the Tokyo government bas not notbeen notbeea notbees
been carried away away by the agitation agitationagainst aaltaUona agitationagainst
against a Dst the United aited States but still has liasfaith hasfaUh hasfaith
faith in the friendliness of its Western Westernadmirer Wostoma Westernadmirer
admirer admirerTHREE a admirerTHREE mr mrTHREE
THREE WIVES IN SIX YEARS YEARSAorn YEARSXorn YEA1Sorn
Aorn orn Tliibcnilciiu Accuse Iliinbniiil Iliinbniiilof
of Bigamy IUJtnm niul Asks AliI Divorce DivorceCharging DholccCbargtn DivorceCharging
Charging Frank Thibeadeau with being beinga beln belna
a muchmarried man Nora Thibeadeau Thibeadeauyesterday ThlbeA Thlbeadeauyesterday U Uye
yesterday ye entered suit against him in I the theLHetrtct thetrict theDlttSct
LHetrtct trict Supreme S me Court for absolute Ab lute di divorce atvoree dlvocce ¬
vorce She alleges alk g that his present presentwhereabouts presentwMiMb8utJJ presentwhereabouts
whereabouts are unknown wak W1t that they theywere thoyweN theywere
were married May ora ItiK t hi that there was waeone wasone wasone
one child l from this th union and that he hewilfully heWIlfully heWilfully
wilfully deserted t1e and abandoned Iban ontd her herabout Itera1lout herabout
about eight years ago agoAtrs aGOr agoMrs
Mrs r Thibeadeau further alleges s that thatthe Ul8tt Dintthe
the t defendant cl fendant contracted a bigamous bigamousmarriage bigamousmarrta bigamousmarriage
marriage e with one Gertrude Bennett un under undfT undos ¬
dos the name me of Frank Money lon and that thatthere thAttb thatthere
there are two children from fro i this bign bignmous bigRJROUS bignmona
mona marriage rrlate and that on May 3 IfOS IfOShe 1103he 1101he
he entered into a a second bigamous mar marriage millcontract martinge ¬
tinge contract with one Hoed ROB Balte at ntFtetilay atFlMtJlarOhto atFtIay
Ftetilay FlMtJlarOhto Ohio one ehiW bang b ng born bornwhich born1dclt bornwhich
which 1dclt Is dead deadNow fh fhXClro deadNegro
Negro Sln Slayer 1 Lynched LynchedNew uehcel uehcelI
I Now Orleans Oct 24 4Tom Tom Crompton Cromptonnegro Croseptonnegro a anegro
negro was 8S lynched near ContfrvUIe 2rtl3s 2rtl3stoday lU9s lU9stoday Nistoday
today He murdered Ely EI WhJtakbr Whttak Vhi lkort r a awealthy awealthy
I wealthy farmer
PRESIDENT ATTENDS FUNERAL FUNERALnemnln FUNERALRNnnln F1JIERALRbfll
nemnln of f Senor Munon uno Gnnte Gnntemalun GnnteJUulnu CuntOinalan
malun 3IlntRtcrt Minister on Way Home HomeThe 1I0meThe htonieThe
The casket containing the body bod of Senor SenorDon SenorDon SenorDon
Don Jorge Munoz the late Minister to tothe tohe tothe
the he United States from Guatemala was wasmorning Wn3takGn fl fltztkOn
takGn to New York City At loo iI6 l thl thlmorning this thismorning
morning by b Senor Dr Ramon Bengoe Bengoechea BengOchea Bengeechea
chea charge daffaires and Dr W S SRosenthal SRosenthal SRosenthal
Rosenthal It will be held In New York Yorkuntil YorkunUl Yorkuntil
until next Tuesday Uo dAY when It will be ship shippod shl shlpod shippod
pod to Guatemala via Colon Panama PanamaYesterday PanaDMIYesterday PanamaYesterday
Yesterday morning mornln the last laSt rites wer werperformed were wereporformed WCperformed <
performed with full diplomatic honors honorsat honorsat honorsitt
at St S1 Matthews Church In the presence presenceof preHn preHnor
of President Roosevelt Secretary of ofStnle oCState ofState
State Root Secretary of the Navy BOnn Boitapartc DonnNrlt BOnnparte
partc Assistant Secretaries of State StateBacon StateBacon StateBacon
Bacon and Wilson and many man other guy government gO gOornmont guyornniont ¬
ernment officials besides members mem rs of the theDiplomatic theDlplomftUe theDIplomatic
Diplomatic Corps CorpsSome CorpsSome
Some of the diplomatic representatives representativesIncluding representatIVesIncluding pre entathfI entathfIInohullng
Including those th from Mexico were In full fulluniform lulluniform fulluniform
uniform The President went ent to the thechurch thechurch thechurch
church from the White House Hou e accom accompanied ace accompanied m mpanled ¬
panied only ont by his military and naval navalaide flV81ndCIJ navalaides
aide Follow FOJlowng ni the mass he returned returnedto
to his office The tribute paid by b the thePresident UlePretJldont thePresident
President to the dead diplomat by his hispresence hispresonco hispresence
presence at the services was greatly ap appreciated liPJ1rectated apprechtted ¬
preciated by h representatives repr sntatlyes of the theSouth thoSoutb theSunLIt
South American republic republicOne IpubUtIIOu republicsOiia
One Ou squadron of the Thirteenth Cavalry CavalryJrom CRvalryfrom cavalryIrom
from Fort Myer r Va the Thirteenths Thirteenthsband Thlrt Thirteenthsband enths enthsbAnd
band neil two batteries Uert of artillery artilleryformed artflloMformed rtiLierr rtiLierrformed
formed pert of the funeral tU erx1 precession precessionEight proceMionEh processionEight
Eight Eh ht noncommissioned 6 mftq Tlr r of the theThirteenth theThfleenth theThirteenth
Thirteenth acted as pall bearers b rs and andwhen andwb andwhen
when wb n the hearse e entered its place in the thefuneral thefuneral thefuneral
funeral line they rode behind it It The Thehonorary Thehonorary Thehonorary
honorary pall bearers b rfn were Baron Speck Speckvon Speckvon Speckvon
von Sternburg Ambassador of Germany GermanyJ
J J Jueserand Juuer ntJ Ambassador of FreneeA FreneeAGrin Frane FrnnceAGrip A AGrin
Grin Grin Minister of Sweden Senor Leger LegerMinister LegerMlnieter LegerMinister
Minister of Haiti Baron Moocheur Min Minister Mm Mmlater fln flnIster ¬
ister of Belgium and Senor Lute F FCarbo FCarbo FCarbo
Carbo Minister of Ecuador EcuadorThe EcuadorThe EcuadorThe
The services 8trvlet were ere conducted cond W by Rev RevFather Re ReFather RevFather
Father Thomas S Lee The family tamO of ofSonor or orSonor ofSenor
Sonor Munoz IUUOT was represec er 4 > d by Mr MrFox MrFox tr trFox
Fox chief of the Bureau of C American AmericanRepublics AmricanRepublics IIkrlcftn IIkrlcftnRepnblftos
Republics and Senor Yane The Guate Guatemalan GuateRJa Gustomilan ¬
milan RJa ut government vtrnm4 t was wa represented by bySenor rfWnor bySetter
Senor Bengoenhea Den hea fofmerty otNwulgen otNwulgeneral esusulgenersi Igen Igeneral
eral in New York but tow secretary of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the legation and charge d affaires affairesPOSTAL a affalrosPOSTAL allH allHPOSTAL
POSTAL ESTIMATE BIG BIGExceeds BIGExceeds BIGExceeds
Exceeds Last J ast Appropriation AppropriationIjy AIJIllol > riation riationIJY
Ijy Fifteen Millions MillionsMORE lIilliollsMORE MillioiisMORE
MORE TO PAY POSTMASTERS POSTMASTERSPoMtninnter POSTMASTERSPOIctmnilhr POSTMASTERSPostniaster
PoMtninnter General Cortclyoti Asks AkOfJlfifJ11 Asksotli1
0 OfJlfifJ11 < I < > i10 DO > for 01 Department Depa ri mont for forCo forCOlUln forComing
COlUln Coming Co ml it r Pineal Yenr YcarSnTIII Snya Increase IncreaseHcprcNenta lucrCRllleUcprCMenb IncreaseRepresents
Represents Growing Xecds eed of the theSorviuoiCuttlnjc tberIc the5erieeCutting
SorviuoiCuttlnjc rIc = CuttlnJr Down the lJc Deficit DeficitAM DeficitAa DeficitAn
AM increase of over ttMBMM fc Ii th die ap approprlaitott aj aju apiNptilki
proprlaitott u for the Postoe PostoIiea ome Depart tJMrtJMRt bspnrtment Department ¬
ment to naked by Postmaster tft General GeneralCorteJyou GeneralCertu
Cortel CorteJyou in the estimate te be has butM submit submitted submitted ¬
ted to the Secretary of t the th Troaamry for fortransmission fortransmIssIon
transmission to Congress CongressLast C CLut CongressLast
Last year the department t asked for UX mI 112 112tte
I IJIIN
090039 tte > mere JlJ re than the appropriation at ath11 f fHIM
HIM so that this years estimate Ute Utea means meansa
a growth In two yean of VMGfcfQI 1Ii of the thedemands Uteor thedemands
demands of th tM department departmentThe aefttThe departmentThe
The amount asked for salaries to to9884B 11 110i 1 1wlate
9884B 0i which wlate Is higher b than the previous previousyear prntoua7e1U previousyear
year by ttXBI i121 Mr r Cortelyou figures the themaintenance thematntftUdCe themaintenance
maintenance of the service will require requireDKifRtt9 requirewhich
DKifRtt9 which to a net Increase of tt ttIN Ii IiJail 11i 11ilit I
IN Jail a statement IJtat issued by the Posimaaj PDt Potma Potmatat
11
t tat r general euersi l attention b directed 4Ireet to the thefact theffKt thefueL
fact that the tb hicte me ream1 this 1m rear tIM te in0dO0 about aboutJMMm 1 1naore
JMMm 0dO0 more than t the increase of th thprevious ue theprevious I
previous lnY1o year r Ctontmuteg the statement statementsays MaMMtFrom statementsays
says saysFrom
From this t it to I seen that the Appar Apparently apparentIy ppar ppartnUy ¬
ently torso Ia increase III m expenditures con contemphUed ro eontempiated
I
temphUed telDl by the present t estimates repre represents repreIeIIUI reprolents ¬
lents but a normal advance over the thependltures ex expendlturea expdtIU
pendlturea pdtIU of last year aside tie neceetary neceetaryto ry i
to meet the constantly coutaa growing needs of ofthe ofthe I Ithe
the service and the public Ie demand for Im Improved ImINO Improved ¬
INO proved facilities facilitiesThe tae11tt1eThe facilitiesThe
The principal Items for which in increased 1ft 1ftuu Increased ¬
creased appropriations uu are submitted are areas I Iellows
as follows followsCaaipi followsCusijeaiitles = I IM
Caaipi Cusijeaiitles ant IUH si palia1a M BMm aa IMNS isnamosssetIss at4UMbM at4UMbMCnainniitiaii
Cnainniitiaii u otata em ta hit sad sadeisa Meas MeasO
rI8M pateees aD aDCJtft esse it iteisa
CJtft O rk UK sir tor toraaMMtfc I thk4cis tNtsrL a aisesem i iI
= isesem = 05 05ls
I ls sl nn suslea as iseisue it 1 10505 10505litIc I
aaMMtfc l tab tube miles aa a heiress at atHailraad 0505 0505hisIkad I
Hailraad lea traaaj tnistim anni rf new aa ancrem hv hv1ay I I1II
crem crem1ij 1II I
1ay 1 I f aflway isilsu aflwayVorafcBB aik cleku sa hinem el elme 0105 0105rkei4
VorafcBB rkei4 MaA 01 me etrie HI iacnaaa aC aCMaattfaetaic 05 05Mtaet i iI
I Mtaet Maattfaetaic a acrcaw si tased ttst sa is isties
crcaw tJaItItt ties of ofKant ctaunt
Kant Mtarjr an iaaaaat fill t tA 1 1IUcren lg5jii lg5jiiIncreases
IUcren Increases H Are re XceCInrF XceCInrFA cccssnry cccssnryA
A new item I m of 33QMW for freight and andexpreaoeee andexpresonge mI mIxptM8a
expreaoeee xptM8a on supplies to htoorperated to tomeet tomeet tomeet
meet the requirements of the law a passed JMSMdat
at the last jMetoii of Congress C which it itis ItI Ithi
is expected ex will 111 result in a cawsMeraWft cawsMeraWftsaving eeR8Nera1J1eSIlYlng emolderablenavhng
saving to the government governmentThe governmentThe enatftel1t enatftel1tThe
The The Postmaster Po Qeneral has recom recomnveaded recommended m mmended
mended these U increases only after ttftT calcula calculations enletlllltlons enIculsDons ¬
Dons have shown them to be necessary to toenable toenAb4e totisiable
enable the department to keep pace withthe with withthe IU IUthe
the growth rowtb or the postal bueine huetntsis 8s s of the thecountry thecounLIT thecountry
country and to maintain a a proper pro r stand standard stndard tandud ¬
ard of efficiency They also And ample ampleJustification ampleJustIfication ftpl ftpljustilleaUon
Justification n the gratifying condition conditionof
of the departments dep rments finances especially especiallyrtth especiallywith especiallywith
with reference to the annual n1A1 deficit deficit which whiohaecon1lng whichaccording whlehaccording
according to the advance statement re recently rtcentl recently ¬
cently centl given Iven c ut by the Postmaster Po tmaster Gen General GenN1l1 Genoral ¬
oral has been n reduced this year y r over overiewwo
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It Is an interesting fact as showing the therelation therelation I Irelation
relation between postal receipts and ex expenditures oxpendltnies ¬ i ipen
penditures pen lttl es that th t for several years past the thereceipts therbeel therhesipta
receipts rbeel of f one on year have just about aboutequaled abontMtutlled aboutequaled
equaled the eraendttures eX1JlMUtu of the year be before before be before
fore
VVnnteil to See the Stork StorkKA StorkA
A timid willing lItn little woman peered in inat Inat Inat
at the floor of the Presidents office me yes yesterday yesterday es estfray ¬
terday and after some hesiUtHMi he spoke to toone toone toone
one of the policemen on duty Excuse Bxcuseme K Excuseme CUR CURm
me m she sh > said In a whisper hI8 r but may I Isee ISPe Isee
see those t storks She went away dis disappointed disappointed disappointed ¬
appointed when told that tb t the th storks sup supposed supP08e supposed ¬
posed to have been sent President Reese Romsevelt ROO5trelt Reesevolt
volt from Germany were really reall Intended Intendedfor Intendedfor Intendedfor
for the mayor of Alton III 111 who was waselected WAScJectt waselected
elected > d to office o 1cf because au e he built apart apartment ap apartinnot rt rtmoot ¬
moot nouses houses In which families with 1th small smallchildren imuUchlldr smellehsikirts
children chlldr were W welcome welcomeSpecial welcomtSpecial welcomeSpecial
Special Ladies LadiesDepartment LadiesDepartment LadiesDepartment
Department DepartmentAAVERICAN DepartmentAlERICAN DepartmentAMEaICAN
AAVERICAN SECURITY SECURITYAND SECURITYAND SECURITYAND
AND TRUST COMPANY COMPANYTwo
Two Per Cent Interest Paid on onDeposits onDep onDeposits
Deposits Dep sits Subject Subjc t to Check ChedkCHARLES Che CheckCHARLES k kCHARLES
CHARLES J BELL President PresidentNorthwest r rdGi1t rdGi1tI rdGi1tNorthwest
I 1Northwest
Northwest Corner of ofFifteenth ofFiftccnth ofFiftccnth
Fiftccnth and Pennsylvania Av Avenue nic
QWAft SYNOD oinUl IS TO 10 AlJJUUuKliJJ AlJJUUuKliJJNext ADJOURNED ADJOURNEDNext KftTATTBMTO
Next Meeting Me ting May fay Not N t Con Convene ConYene CoiiYCll ¬
vene YCll iii 111 ll13alti Baltimore BaltimoreNOT nole noleNOT
NOT AN INVITATION RECEIVED RECEIVEDDour REOEIVEDDonrll RECEIVEDBoard
Board Dour I of Education and College Colleprellonrcl CoJJe CollegeDearth e eJJonr
Dearth JJonr l Will Vill Be Connollduted CO llIOJldutedUorc ConsolidatedMoreAid llIOJldutedUorcAlii More MoreAid
Aid to < o Be Given Young Men Ien Study Studying Stutlyng Studylug ¬
lug ng for f l the 3Ilni 3UnltryUeJglan try Belgian ICing KinKTArrniKiietl JHnJrrnhucel ICingtrraIgiitl
ArrniKiietl for III Ills Congo Policy PolicyJt Pollc PollcIt
It is k5pro probable l that toe Synod s tl of 1 B Dc1 Dc1tlrnor DIItimore i itlmore
tlmore will not held lt Its next or MtT MtTIhird Ittt7third Rtythird
third aithUMl ecMventteh IN Baltimore Baltimoreas Baltwnores
as s was scheduled A resolution was wasadopted warnadopted M Ma
adopted a opt d just before tho close of the bo boindfis burn bfifn burnInos
indfis fn S neSSlBii yesterday ye t rdY afternolm or orlug Hav Having RvIng ¬
ing It to the moderator and the siated siatedand tated tatedand ted tedand
and i permanent erii aent clerks l rka to select Ieet the next nextplace ilextplaco flextplace
place of mooting m eting and if 1 possible to toleet se select asbet ¬
bet a place outside of Baltimore BaltimoreAn aalthh lioltimureAn re reAn
An interesting dlecueaieit dn the theject sub subject ub ubjeet
ject was started by Dr Radcllffe when whettafter wlleltafter whenafter
after all the scheduled business bueln had been beencompleted beencompleted beencompleted
completed and a vole v on the next > meet meetIng meetIDg meetIng
Ing place asked ask aske4 not a single invitation invitationto
to entertain tne the synod was forthcoming forthcomingHe
He sold that during all the yours the thesynod tbeynod thesynod
synod had been meeting meetJft it fell to the thesome Utesome themine
some people in Newcastle Baltimore Dt tlnter and andWashington andVashlngtou andWashington
Washington to entertain it that the ex expense expense oxPease ¬
pense was of course practically noth nothing nothlug ¬
lug hut It entailed a great deal of labor laborand JaIMwand laborand
and it was 8 his opinion that all those thoseattending tItoHttendlng thoseattending
attending would prefer a little variety varietySeveral varietySeveral varietyseveral
Several delegates ele tM were on their feet feetalmost fftth feetalmost
almost h t before bel re Dr RadclMfe < e had resumed resumedhis reeumedhIS resumedhis
his seat Dr Moflatt of Cumberland Cumberlandwaa C laad laadrecognbed
wan recognised He coincided la laDr Dr End Radcliffcs R Rclllre Endchiffes
cliffcs views with one or two strong t ex exception exee cxceptiona ¬
ception ee tlOnL Hd H called attention to the fact factthat factthat factthat
that the synod bad been entertained MrtiMCI in inCumberland InCu inCwnberland
Cumberland Cu lbertand on two occasions and on onboth onboth onboth
both of them the aUe attendance was re remarkably no nomarkabb remarkably ¬
markably smalt He held that any meet meetIng meetlug t tIn
lug In outside the big g cities would undotibt undotibtedl btIa undeuliteIIi
edl eIIi Ia largely restrict the attendance t Dr DrMoftat DrIorrat DrMoffat
Moftat went ent OR te t say that when the thesynod theqnod thesynod
synod last visited Cumberland the at attendance attelldaoce atteisdance ¬
tendance was w larger Ia than the t first but butat butat butat
at that it only 0 amounted to sixtytwo sixtytwothat IIIxt7tWothat sixtytwothat
that he had accommodations at houses for forat ferat forat
at least twice that many ny and net the good goodladle oodladt scudladles
ladle ladt were te sadly dlaapftelnted He stated statedthat staWthat statedthat
that it was a greater disappointment ppotntnwnt for forthe lorth forthe
the th ladles to prepare an entertainment entertainmentand f1ItertahUDetltami entertainmentand
and then not have anyone come than it itwaa ItaII Itwas
was aII to have ha someone ofte come unexpectedly unexpectedlySeveral UHxpeetedlSeveral unexpectedlySeveral
Several other delegates legal8 were beard beanItheir and andtheir andthole
their talk had hit the ante ane trend t It was aJad aJadreceived alalresolved i irMDIved
received that at t future sessions the theot place placeof placeof
of meeting JttM be called earner earlier in I the pro proceedings pro1R proceedlnsc
ceedings 1R 8
ceedlnscAddress 8AddrcJliH
Address on Temperance TemperanceA
A feature of the t afternoon seeakm was a ashort aIbert ashort
short address on temperance MIIIUMe hjr the Rev RevJ KeYJ RevJ
J X Fulton D D He lIew suld a W there theretwo were weretwo weretwo
two ways Yo of suppressing W the liquor habit habitOne baWtO habitOne
One was wa to t keep the ti drinker from the the4rtnk the4rtnkthat be betlrmkthat
4rtnk tlrmkthat that was u the th Christian YaM wayandthe wayamithe YaMthe
the other was to keep the drink from the thedrinker thPclrtaktltt thedrlnkerthtt
drinker clrtaktltt that was the legal 1 process wucem and andhe andte andhe
he left it to the synod to select Its I own ownmethod O owls owlsmethod I Imthocl
method bat made an impassioned plea pleathat pethat piesthat
that It aid la accomplishing aeeondlshi the end de desired de deHe dosired ¬
sired He did not ask a the synod to go on onrecord Oftreewl1n onreesed
record reewl1n m favor fa of total a abstinenceThe abstinence abstinenceThe
The 6 report of the committee 08ftJmitt on educa education fCIM8tto oduestints ¬
tints tto was read rM4 and Rv 11 C Mhiton MhitonD
D D Ii delivered an address d for the beard beardIt boaidIt bonidIt
It was recommended that increased aid be begiven bfoivt11 begiven
given young Joun men studying atud for the M minis ministry mini minitly ministry ¬
try and the work be generally eraI1y enlarged enlargedDr enhirgedbe
Dr Jiamltn H provoked provokeddaring a diacuemon 1 by de dee1ag do dodaPlug
daring Ot he tefertu heed heedof t 11 1 1JlIlttlMa 1JlIlttlMaof
1 of the Heard of o education and the college collegeboard coIIeInt collegeboard
board into Int one 5 under the proper title of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the board < of education After a atile lengthy lengthydiscussion lengthydiecimulos
discussion the motion for consolIdatIon conaoHaatlonwas ctJUt ctJUtwa
was wa adopted adoptedThe acJoptf4Tbf adoptedThe
The committee COuuU on the t hf nvnodical sermon sermonj sermontOf sennonfor
j for 1997 lP recommended ftC01II it be delivered V by byi byv byRev
i Rev v George O P Wilson D D on the thetheme thetheme thetheme
theme Life Abundant The recom recomi reeomIDftIdatloR recoininendatbon
i mendatton was unanimously adopted adoptedForeign MeptfdPorelgn adoptedForeign
Foreign 3IlHnIon JIIK InJ UeporfThe hteportThe Report ReportThe
The committee on college vMtatkm vMtatkmmade l ltatloDf isitatios isitatiosmado
made a brief f verbal report through th Dr DrJoseph DrJNepb DrJoseph
Joseph T Kelly which was adopted adoptedChairman tecLCItAI adoptedChairman
Chairman CItAI Rev Tennis Te S S BassOs II D DD DD DB
D submitted tul the report of the commit committee eommlttee t ttee ¬
tee on foreign mtoaioas and Rev A A W WHateey Wflalsey
Hateey 11 D D D of the board of foreign foreignmissions foreIcnaee foreignmIon
missions delivered aee an address addressIt addr addrIt adIPessIt
It was w announced that 32 had been beentaken bMatak beentaken
taken tak n up at the collection in the thelor morning morningfor morningfor
for William Harris the sexton ett of Qunton QuntonTemple GuntOftTemple GuntogsTemple
Temple who fell II and nd broke his leg Ie while whileworking whileOCidg whileworking
working at the church churchElder churchElder burt burtEJdftr
Elder E E J Polk requested that action actionbe aeUonbe actionbe
be taken on the proposed endowment of ofthe ofthe f fth
the th church hu h at ReftoReth 3Hd which was wasdone wasdonto wasdone
done It was set forth that this was the theanth tJaeth the05th
anth th anniversary lverwry of the founding of pre presbytery preytery poe poebytery ¬
bytery ytery in this church by Francis Mac MacKemie iHJeml MitICemlo
Kemie KemieThe Jeml JemlThe ICemloThe
The popular meeting Ung in the th church un under 1Ihd sinder ¬
der d r the auspices aus of the Womans V OIRabS Synodl Synodlcal STIIOdIeal Sysodical
cal Societies S was opened at S oclock by bytho bythe bythe
the moderator r Rev C Alvin Smith Rev RevDr RevDr RevDr
Dr vMoffatt of Cumberland read th thScripture tbScripture the theScripture
Scripture lemon and Dr Robinson th thprayer the tb4prAy theprayer
prayer prayerDr prAy prayerDr r rDr
Dr A W IV T Hatoey of New N w York a amember IImember amember
member ef the mission board who re recently r reenU recently ¬
cently eenU made a trip to Africa delivered deliveredthe deliveredthe II IIthe
the address Acldr I He IT severely seve arraigned King
Leopold l opolrl for his policy in the Congo CongoA C CA
A resolution was introduced by Stated StatedClerk StttflClerk Stats4Clerk
Clerk Miller mPr and adopted A unanimously unanimouslycommending unanimouslycommending OU8f OU8fcommendla
commending commendla the work of the Ladys LadysSynodic LadysS LndyaSynadical
Synodic S nodksl Societies Benediction ws wspronounced was waspronounced wapronounced
pronounced and Anal adjournment adJoulnm t taken takenAt tklmAt takenAt
At the reception at the Whit HOUR at At3t at3i
29 3t oclock the delegates d leptes and their wives wiveswere wivesVft wiveswore
were presented to the President by b th thmoderator tIM tIMmoderateI tiemoderator
moderator the th President P ent making a brief briefresponse briefresponse rJ f freeponSt
response reeponStWORK
WORK OF MISSIONS MISSIONSLabor lf1SSIONSIn1Jor MISSIONSLabor
Labor in Foreign and Home lions Fields FieldsRcvierved FIe1lbRcvlcuell PIcllReviewed
Reviewed liy 1 WomenMrs Women WomenINIrs ontcn ontcnIrs
Mrs Irs Charles NewboW N wbokt Thorpe i president presktfllto > resldent resldentof
of o the Philadelphia i Board of o Foreign JHe JHesloiis Jit910ns MIssions
sloiis delivered the principal address at atyesterQay atyestorOs atyesterday
yesterday afternoons meeting of the theWomens theWomecs theWomens
Womens SynOdical Society Socfe for for Fereigi FereigiJrtsslons lorei ForeigiMissIons < l lUsslons
MissIons Her address was well received receivedand neelvec1Rnd rseeive4and
and she be held the undivided attention of ofher ofhet ofher
her audience throughout throughoutThe throuchoutThe throughoutThe
The reports of the synodfeal secretary secretarysecretary SrMarysecretary secretarysecretary
secretary of young youn people secretary of lit literature literature literaturl ¬
erature and an rteW secretary were received receivedThey releIvedTIIY receivedThis
They This show consistent oonsls nt gains in every nf nfparttntnt de department dopartmcnt ¬
partment of work Mrs 118 S B November Novemberof N 1em r rof
of BaltlmoVe nlthno secretary secreta ry of Htemtttre m mpresenting in inpresenting n npresenting
presenting her report made a forceful tonoe and andstirring anftsUrrlng andstirring
stirring appeal for the mis nhIs9lOftary owary maga magazine HNtpzln nsgnzinc ¬
zinc zln and won the support 6T all those thosepresent thosepresent epresent
present In her report Mrs IS C B Evans Evansof Evnn8of Evansof
of Newcastle stated that the therec receipts jlKs of ofthe orthe ofthe
the society for the year yt r amounted to tol1sS6 toULt1
l1sS6 1 1S again a gala of 1415 ili over the previous previousycwr pftviousYl previousyear
year ycwrThe Yl yearTue ftr ftrTh >
The Th devotional exercises fltXt fC11MS > were WfOr conducted fOndutpclby conductedby conductedby
by Mrs W Y W V Shaw Sba a former form mission missionary ml missionary lon ¬
ary to Manchuria and recent ptvatdcnt ptvatdcntof
of the society The prayer of consecrn consecrntloa conSfCTIItion consccriitimi
tloa was made ma E by Mrs J N Culbertaou CulbertaouA
A conference was held under the IcHtl IcHtlerahtp ltalershlp r1 r1ershlp
ershlp of Miss s Marcelhi Brown o tin tinPhiladelphia tillPhiladelphia tItPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Board of Foreign Missions Missionsand Missionsand Us ions ionsand
and It developed the advantage of giving givingmoney givingmoney givingmoney
money for stations or shares in Instatlons InstatlonsInstend stations stationsInstead stationsinstead
Instead of for special objects Mrs Kelly Kellythe KellyUle Kellythc
the retiring president of the UI Home Board Boardoffered Boardorrerer1 Boardoffered
offered the cloning prayer and the meet meeting mEetIng meeting ¬
ing was AS adjourned to meet JII t in t Baltimore Baltimorenosct BalUmortne BtimoreiIdxt >
nosct ne t year yearThe yearThe yearThe
The Society for Home Missions held its itssession Itssession Itsmacion
session in the Church C rlh of tin Covnt Jo Jotho J Jthe inthe
the morning nt 10 oclock witk Mr MrJoseph Mn MnJoseph M MJoseph
Joseph T Kelly Kell presiding The session
was wis preceded precodedbr Ueeod d bjr bYa a Half h Hour of prayer prayersorvico prayerSOIVlco Prayerservice
service led by IMlss ilsn Agnes Inch Inchairs InchMra InchMrs
airs T S S Hamlln who Wliols SJ Is absent from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the city was replaced on the programme programmeby
by airs Luckett who conducted eondu tod the de devotional devotJonaJ dovotlonal ¬
votional exorcises exorcisesMtee exer exordsesMias lee leeMJIMJ
Mtee May la White of the Now York Boa Boatil Boatilof Bontdof d dof
of Home Missions gave an interesting ac account actount a acount ¬
count of work In those hospitate and aadschools andschools tRdSChoo
schools SChoo of Porto Rico controlled by th thPresbyterians thPrNDFterialUl the thePresbyterians
Presbyterians Miss White has but re reeetttlJ reeently re recently ¬
cently returned from a visit to these theseschools tlte8esel thOSeseisitla
schools sel and hospitals hospitalsMrs hospltwI hospitalsMrs
Mrs I McAfee assistant utl t4tnt secretary s etry of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the Board oanl of r Home Missions lUs lons reviewed the theneeds theneed theneeds
needs need of the field and spoke vigorously vigorouslyupon yjgoroiyupon vigorouslyupon
upon the subject subj t of Monnontem and the theeducation t teducation theeducatltin
education of Indians IndiansMrs IndlanMre IndiansMrs
Mrs Richards the newly elected presi president president prenident ¬
dent gare a short sketch sket h of the work workahead workhead workahead
ahead head Mrs Richards offered prayer and andthe aIMIthe andthe
the meeting adjourned after a brief briefpraise br brprai8e brictpraise
praise and thanksgiving service serviceThe MnIMThe gervlteThe
The receipts of the Home Society S ciety for forthe forhe forthe
the he y year r were W but two dollars short of oCS
313080 S oeo the largest amount ever raised raiwdbeing ralsfldbeinc raisedbeing
being a gain of seven per cent over last lastyear Jaltyear lastyear
year yearWORRIED
WORRIED OVER DECISION DECISIONCane DECISIOliJUIIc DECISIONJudge
Judge Evans IhUu Ruling lit UhckIlHtlnJ UhckIlHtlnJCnlCe fliacklistingCase
Cane IM Xot Reliheil ReliheilConsiderable RclhtbcclCon liehisheilConsiderable
Considerable Con uneasiness unea in government governmentcirclets governmentdroVes onmmfnt onmmfntcite
circlets cite was canted ea here yesterday by a atelegram 8telegram atelegram
telegram from Louisville Ky announc announcing announchlr announcbig ¬
big that United Stales District Dl trlct Judge JudgeWalter JudgeWalter JudgeWalter
Walter Evan had sustained taIned Ied a demurrer demurrerraised demurrerraJMd demurrerrelied
raised in an a interstate commerce case casealleging enebl casealleging
alleging nebl the blacklisting of mffiead em employes empIo employas
ployes pIo ployasEmbarranonent ployesEmbarraaement
pIoEmb
Embarraaement Emb rru ment and long delays in pros prosecuting proecuU prosecutlng ¬
ecuting ecuU other otset eases where railroad are areinvolved areInvolved areInvolved
involved Is feared because beea of C this de decision decl doc1lon ¬
cision cl on Even though those laws Ia W8 be en entirely entirely entirely ¬
tirely sound the government cannot cannoteasily cannotIy cannoteaSily
easily Iy carry cases before the Supreme SupremeCourt SuprltneCourt SupremeCourt
Court because there Is no law allowing allowingthe allowln allowlntbe allowingthe
the government to appMl m I1t criminal criminalprosecutions ca1mi1N08eCut criminalprosecutlous
prosecutions prosecutionsBecause N08eCut N08eCutBeea prosecutlousBecause
Because Beea of thIs there is almost as umucb umucbreeentrMnt much muchresentment muchresentment
resentment against at Judge Evans as there therewas there1aS therewas
was a few months ago p against District DistrictJudge DIstrictJUdge DistrictJud
Judge Jud Humphrey Hum for his beet trust tnIatcl de decision doclelosa ¬
cision The railroads rallr ads are now preparing preparingto
to bring a ease under the employes Its IisbUtt7 Itsbility
bttlty act before fore Judge Evans and the thennauae thegovernment
government nnauae t is preparing to intervene InMrveneTIIer InterveneThere
There is also a a feeling that these pro proedinc proaft proceedhtgs
ceedhtgs edinc are foreruners of a general as asult u uult assault
sault ult by railroads ran of C the constitutionality constitutionalityof tltutleoaJlty tltutleoaJltyeC
of nearly all 11 Federal ftB1 legislation affecting affectingInterstate Aff affectingInterstate tlng tlngInterstate
Interstate commerce and that the next nexttwo nexttWU nexttwo
two years will ill witness a titanic struggle strugglehi tJUfJlIn
In the courts courtsITJSSEEAND courtmSSERAND courtsUSSERAND
mSSERAND ITJSSEEAND AT WHITE HOUSE HOUSEBelieved HOUSEnclhcil HOUSEDehievesi
Believed to Have Discussed Vcne Vcnexnelan Venesudan ene enezneJan
xnelan sudan Affair with President PrextdcutM
M Jnsaerand 1 the French Ambassador Ambassadorcalled AItl AItlralred Asthamodorcelled
called at it t the White House last night and andhad ancIb andhad
had b a long conference co terece with lth > President PresidentRoosevelt Pre8ldehtROORY1t PresidentRoosevelt
Roosevelt The Ambassador spent the thesammer tlwtIJIUJ6 thesummer
summer > abroad This wall his hi first meet meeting fft1etwith meethio ¬
ing with the President since al CII last winter winterWhile winterW WinterWhile
While W it te declared the visit of M MJ IIJ MJumornnd
J Jumornnd use rand was purely pu of a social nature natureit nature natureIt
it Is I hollered the dipiomatie dtpioI dtmcutties dtmcuttiesbetween dt dtICIJtIoSbetweels lcuJtiecl
between 1 France and nd Veneauela were dja djaeuased all allalMl dlienmed
euased and that the Ambassador made madesome macIIte madeslime
some new representations regarding re the thecoarse tilec thecourse
coarse c his Ia government would like Ilk to pur pursue purINe pussue ¬
sue If not objectionable to the United UnitedStates tnltf8ak UnitedStates
States StatesDISCUSS 8akDISCUSS StatesDISCUSS
DISCUSS HAGUE CONFERENCE CONFERENCEGen
Gen Porter and Secretary S oretary Root Talk TalkOver TalkOver TalkOver
Over Next Peace Meeting 1tfeetingGRthcrlng MeetingGathering MeetingCallierizag
Gathering Will Vil3 1I1 He Attended by South SouthAmerican SouthAmelicnn SouthAisiericnn
American Delegate Complete CompleteI Ooiullctenl aoiiipheteIinrninment
I nl Iinrninment lHa imminent Sot Ct Yet iet in Reach llcnchOen Ucnch Ucnchi ReachS Reachii
i
S
Oen ii n Horace ce L L I Porter rtW for for4Ior former Aabde Aabdesadue Ajsjoas Ajsjoasaador
aador 4Ior to tp France Pru 1rup e held a couference with withSeciet j Iof
SemeUftf Seciet y of War Boot el the tatters tattershouse lattersJut lettershouse
house last sight relative to t tile ftepPlte Ha Uague Uaguepecee ne nepecce
pecce eonferonce eeIIf which it has been beendefinitely 1aeencldnltefy beendeSnitely
definitely decided will be heM between betweenMay 1tetweeIaay betweenMay
May 15 l and June 1 1 DOt 007Oen DOtOft lOTfinn
Oft Porter ta confident orach 1Kh 1KhWI greater greaterprogress i eater eaterpfogfras
progress win WI be made at the theJDeedIIc coating coatingmeeihtg comhe comhemeeting
meeting than at the foiSts conference oottfereneeIts conferenceIts
Its 1 importance auee will be enhanced by the thefact thetae thefact
fact tae that nearly all the qotfth tab Inertean 4seriEiancountries Inerteancountries a aCOUIIItr1
countries will he represented tM this thlltAt time timeAt sineAt
At the previous IIeYiouaMexico gathering Braafl and aadMexico andMexico
Mexico were the only GIll nations Uon of this con continent CGIIUlaenl conthient ¬
tinent Ulaenl aside from the United States ink taking It inklug ¬
lug t part partThe partTM partThe
The general I firmly believes the trend of ofaentiment ofteen ofsentIment
sentIment teen meat of the nations at toward towa peace peaceand peaceJMI peaceand
and JMI he thinks much will he a accomplished accomplishedin pII edba
in preventing the resort to war in the set settlement 8ftof nettlemeist ¬
tlement of international al disputes t He HeIIGt does doesnot doesslot
not hope for disarmament d yet but there thereto tlM therele > ft ftIe
to a strong possibility of placing restric restrictions restrIcUons seattlelions ¬
lions on armament armamentJoseph armamentJoseph IItHIt IItHItTOt
Joseph H Cheat and Judge J Jadg Roes of ofArkansas ofAruna ofArkansas
Arkansas will willlJe be the other delegates from fromthe froMthe fromthe
the United States Stat Brig Gen George Geor B BDavis B BDan BDarts
Davis Dan the Judge Advocate General of the theWar tltear theWar
War ar Department wttl iII act aa military 1ailltaryfor ad adviser adviser ¬
viser for the American reprenentatlveand representatives representativesand MelttaUna MelttaUnaaDII
and Rear Admiral Charles S S Sperry will wfllhe wft1be willbe
be the naval expert expertSTREET e expertSTREET pert pertSTREET
STREET CARS INJURE MANY MANYFortunately MANYPorfunnfcl MANYFortunately
Fortunately Porfunnfcl None Xon I JM Seriously Hurt HurtBxccnt lInrtI1XCCIf hurtExcept
Except Aged Thomas 3Icnde 3IcndeA
I Irepol1e41
A number of street car accidents were werereported werereported fft
reported at police headquarters be dquarters yesterday yesterdaybut ytStelda7but yesterdaybut
but in only one was any ny one seriously > in injured mJuld Injurod ¬
jured JuldAbout jurodAbout i iAbout
About 7J 7 731 last night aI lat William flUllmt H Fugett Fugetttwentyeight FucHttt7 Fugotttwentyeight
twentyeight tt7 t yews y old of 014 Eleventh Eleventhstreet BlfTeathdrflt Eleventhstreet
street northwest fell from an eastbound eastboundcar eastHandear
car on the t AMacostia IR line Jlne receiving r8letYl nor several norera T Tral ¬
eral era ral cuts about the head He was treated treatedat tretectat treatedat
at Providence Hospital where it was said Aidlhat saidthat j jthat
that he was not in a serious condition conditionArthur eoD4lltlonArthUl conditionArthur
Arthur Mach sixteen years IAn okC ok of W R Rstreet Rmr Rstreet
street mr northwest t while riding rl hag a wheel at atSeventh atSeventh j jSeventh
Seventh and G streets collided e lJhlM with a aBrookUuMi aBrookbul4t aBrOOSIISd
BrookUuMi car and nd was thrown to the thepavement tbepawJlletJt thepavsmept
pavement Mach was not hurt but the thebicycle toobkyclft thebicycle
bicycle was demolished demolishedA
A Capitol Traction car struck Matt aU Har Harris Harn liarsin ¬
sin n colored of 100 1 Thirtyfirst street streetnorthwest strHtnorthwest streetnorthwest
northwest about C oclock last evening at atJefferson atJelentOII atJefferson
Jefferson and M streets northwest t The Theman Theman Theman
man was slightly cut over the right ht eye eyeHe eyeHe eyeHe
He was removed to the th George G e Washing Washington Wasbn WasbntOft Washington
ton Hospital HospitalA
A D Wlllard 1IIIa7d sixty years okl of 1SI3 1SI3Thirteenth 1Sthlrt4ftltlt 153Thirteenth
Thirteenth street northwest t was struck struckby stnaekby struckby
by a Capitol Traction OII car fern evening at atFourteenth atFourteenth I
Fourteenth street > and D4 New York avenue avenueand avenueand
and was severely Injured about the head headHe heHHe beadHe I
He was sent to the t ICmergency D sergeticy Hospital Hospitalunconscious 1icepltaluncOIJ8ious Hospitalunconscious
unconscious but was soon able to go gohome gohome I
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