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THE LE WASHINGTON WASflINTONKEALDS1INDAY HERALD SUNDAY NOVEMBER NOVEMBER41906 4 1906 5
I M ARYLAJJ1 RYLAND N DOUBT DOUBTJ30tIt DOUBTBoth
Both Sides Sid Claiming < Clai g Victory Victoryin
in Ill Tuesdays TU sdaJs Election ElectionSU30ON4L EleetioSU1f EicetioiiI
I x SU30ON4L SU1f sITMMIk INiG UP UPOE P OF SITUATION SITUATIONx STUATIOFormer SITUATIOForiucr
Former Govx Jackson Jcl soti anti Smith SmithAitllMff SmUltAhllng Smith4titThlg
AitllMff in tile First District DhltrictContU DhltrictContUtlOIl8 DIMtrlciCondItioIIM Condi Conditions ¬
tions in City of Baltimore in Dopbt DopbtVandiver DopbtVandhcr Dutht DuthtVandlycr
Vandiver Claims Five Congress Congressmen Cougrc COflgrW4Smen < s slutn ¬
men for the Dcaaoorats DcaaooratsSpecial DC2 IjemooratsE IjemooratsSieI ooratil ooratilI ooratilSpfcial
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Special to the tI WttUncton Wlllldn H Herald HeraldBaltimore UualdBaltimore nU nUBaltimore
Baltimore MdT Md Nov No 3 3PoIIUctana Politiciana of ofl ofbolh
l 001 bolh oih h parties are re figuring on results to today tjy t tdy ¬
day y On paper the Congressmen elected electedfrom electedtrtJm eleetedfrm
from Maryland are almost double the thenumber thenumber thenumber
number the law allows In reality how however howeVlr howV ¬
V ever everybody is prepared red for disap disappointments dlpOintments dlsappointments ¬
pointments It is not considered good goodform 800dtom goodfoim
form to give up a political po1ftkalAgiat ft ght it until untiltb 1QItiltbf untiltb
tb tbf ballots have been counted countecl and then thenlike tbenlike thenlike
like the County Chairman cry 7 Fraud FraudThe Fnw4The 7raazdTte
The Democrats says State StteCbalnBan StteCbalnBanVandht Chairman ChairmanVandiver ChairmanVndIver
Vandiver > r have an excellent chance of ofelecting ofelecttrg ofelecting
electing five tinCongressmen Congressmen from Maryland MarylandMr MarydMr MarylandMr
Mr Porter who t o is in touch with the theconditions thecondltiJns theconditions
conditions in the city picks GUI and Wolf Wolfas Wolfas Wolfan
as sure winners Congressman Smith Smithoueit Smithougt Smithout
out to win out in th t the First and he heill Iwill hetl1
ill Congressman Talbott is Is of coarse coarseas eourseM oourean
as good as elected and as for the Fifth Fifthdistrict Flftbtiittriet FifthiItrIet
district wh whereoorge r Oorge 3S Smith Smithbii is the candi candidate candidate candtdate ¬
date you you can look for surprises Capt CaptSmith C3JtSmith IaPLSmith
Smith has4he ha he Democrats Dom rlts with him Jt1IILHar Jt1IILHarVel liar Harvey liarVey ¬
vey R R gpessard ffpes ard is ma making king a game fight fightin ftgbtIn tightIn
in the Sixth 5jx h district which is heavily Re Republican Re Republican Republican ¬
publican publicanJloI1Rer publicanYoriner V VFormer
Former Qovcmors ovcrzIor3 Hacrfl at Work WorkDemocrats Wor Wor4Demoerats or orMDelDOClats
Democrats are more tepefal cf the theFirst tileloiut theIist
First district in the dosing beers of the thecampaign thecaJ the1tlgn
caJ campaign 1 1tlgn than ever ev before Former G Q vJatUota 041VJatkio v vJackson
Jackson has put In some good work for forCandifete torCtil1lllltate forcrelIaate
Candifete Smith 811dtla nlth in Wteomioo County Countyand C Countyand Unt Untand
and and last night former GOT Joha Joh Walter WalterSmith WalterSmitll WaiterZnIth
Smith dropped his business to hurry hurryback 1narI7reek hurryback
back to Worcester County Former Gov Qov3n GovSnlth GovnIth
Snlth 3n nIth ith < a said to have had on Ms war warJlftat war warptdat warpout
pout Thla TIdIIIDfJD8 Th means that two former f gov gove 5CvInors gore1nors
Inors e < riors wfll m lock after two of the coHBtfes coHBtfeson unsatlesn
on n the Kaatent satrra ra Shore ShoreWoreeeter Worcester and andWteoraioo aIMVIieOmicG andWLoomlco
Wteoraioo Both oth are Democratic t1c strong stronghold atrCD5hoktl etrcngbohk ¬
hold hoktl bohkRIeans
holdRepubflcmtK
RepubflcmtK are ai conceding nothing In Inthe InIlie
the 1 bc districta normally Democratic they theyhave theyve theylave
have ve been hem d1 making little furore The can candidates eIUIrlldatell canldates ¬
didates have been getting around among amongthfe aJDOllCt a alit
thfe t lit h people This is especially true of ofRobert ofbert ofbert
Robert bert Garrett whose district includes includesBaltimore IDcl1IdeellitJ IncindesiiiltImore
Baltimore Jore Harford and Carroll counties countiesand oowatJeaand countiesEd
and Ed the Fifteenth Flft < nth and Sixteenth wards of ofBaltimore ofcalUmore ofBamre
Baltimore city Democrats in Harford Harfordsay Harfordsay Harfordsay
say Mr r Garrett has made some inroads inroadsen
en their rank the t Democrat in Balti Baltimore BaJtIJ1KJnt flaltimoze ¬
more county ay y they will gto give Mr Tal Talbott Talbott Talbott ¬
bott OO3 B majority but ttbe the Repubttcan Repubttcanentertain Repu Repubticansen UeaDs UeaDsn
entertain en n ertam very different ideas en the sub subject subject subject ¬
ject jectWe
MW We concede nothing said Republi Republican Reubllan Rapubiltan ¬
can an State Chairman Hanna today tGodaypubllea1la Re RepnbHeacs Repub11eaia
pnbHeacs are potting paUl up an aggressive aggressivelight agreaIve1ght aggrecalvecgh
light in every district in the State We Wekmrtr Wekl1 Weknob
knob kl1 that t we have made inroads 1Dro c18 on the theDemocrats thel theDemocrats
Democrats l lOC1at8 everywhere la order to know mowto knowto knowto
to what extent extfnttllde these Inroads will affect affectthe denth affectthe
the th result ws w are content to wait a1t until untilthe wattlthe untilthe
the ballots 11018 are counted countedC countedCa ount ountOeRiU1J
OeRiU1J Ca C MtlItI lthaa KS in Baltimore BaltimoreAttention JIaJ iaitioreAttention tiDI ere ereAtteadoo
Attention m ia Baltimore City la centered centeredespecially emtere4tSpeeIaDy centeredespecially
especially en the Third district light end endthe IDdtbe endth
the th contest ete estj for rca the jadgaahlB between betweenThomas betWdnhOlra8 betweenThOnats
Thomas Ireland Elliott and WBUaaa W1IIIamWhAUEY A AVheatley AWhenticy
Vheatley WhAUEY Republican JIepubIk ward and precinct precinctr precincttcrzcs
r tcrzcs oriae rt s In counting lI3tlDg up the totals totabpve totabpveWlJIit11ft givethe give giveV
WlJIit11ft V ary ms WD the BcfjriUfcan JkJ J s se cad cadtz ad adlae
< lae tz e jar Congress gress about 3ft JI majority majorityJy JDajoIttynl
Jy nl y njpathy path necessarily n Cer3a ty caters into this cal calulatto ca1ula calulaU
< ulatto ula The Repubttcaaa caM admit that thatsuch tbatucb thatiueh
such ucb aa estimate does not hold oat the theinosteaciiucaging theiost
inosteaciiucaging 1 iost 08t CAi tciraglng ng prospects of success successof 8UCCNese succe succeS
se S of the Republicans Repub iCllS are not over oversanguine oversancuine oversanguine
sanguine about the th success uce of Mr Elliott ElliottOa ElliottOn
Oa fcrai 1 they say no be ought to win easily easilyut eutyhut caMy1ut
hut > ut It te asserted that no telling work workhaabecn workhasbeen workhasbeen
hasbeen done do for him It was wasfo accepted acceptedfrom aeceptedfU
from fU a the first that his election was as assured ueUIe aseu ¬
eUIe eu sured and as asa a result r sult Mr Elliott has hasbeea hashee
beea hee allowed dto to take car care of himself It Itis Iti I
is i asserted rte4 by those thc Republicans Re ublicans that thattheir thattuelt thatp
p their party in order to win in Baltimore BaltimoreCity llaltiznoceCity I
City meat work unceasingly and any anything aaytolD anything ¬
thing tolD like coafidence ia the result Is sure sureto 811ftto surett
to tt prove OV disastrous disastrousC dlssStcusGALLSfPfEiT d553tCZSCiLLS
C GALLSfPfEiT CiLLS LLS QSPOlfEHT Aff Al mTDEL mTDELt INFIJJELCtnr flPIDELoItressJn
Ctnr oItressJn = e1t t Featire So Se Sen4l d l Circular CircularSpecial ClrcnlarI ClicnlarLofter
I Lofter ttTA to AU Cite C1 Clergymen Clergymen4iieeial e BIen I
Special to The WMUojtee W WHalftStOWB HcaMHageystowB aosML aosMLHagerstown
Hagerstown Kd Nor No 100 100A Congressman Oeagremanieerge CongressmanJeorge
Jeorge A A Pearce Rrpabfican R D who is IsClndldate a ar andidate
mdttate r for reelection fto tioD in th the Sixth die dteirict dierft
irict 1 ri rft t of f Maryland has issued a circular circularletter ctreularleu circularlett
letter leu over his own 0 signature atwe In m wl which cb he hehar betha hehargea
tha < har hargea gea Harvey R R Soessard fcte Demo Democratic eIllOcatk Democrtic ¬
cratic opponent with befeig an lafideL lafideLCoL ia laddeLo1 el elLtol
CoL o1 Pearre Pee rre says B sy n that after My Myfriend Xyfriend8 Myfrieo
friend frieo had learned tbat that Mr Spessards Spessardsreligious Spe88u Spemordsrllgtous s sTlIgIoa
religious views vie were loose and had beard beardtaat beaNnt heardtiat
taat nt he expressed ed them m the Truth TruthSeeker TrutbS ThithSeekei
Seeker S r and the Bloc HI Grass Blade md we took tookHtepa tooktit tookteps
Htepa tit teps to ascertain the character ea aet of those thosepapers tIlleRpapers thesepapers
papers and to t secure ccates ifS of tIMe ar artirlee artitlee grtides
tides tirleeCopies titleeCapie8 tidesCopies
Copies of Cot Poarres Ift letter have aav keen keenmailed 1Neamailed beenmailed
mailed to toeaeh each clergyman 1iIcaR of aH deaomiaa deaomiaations 4IeDv 4IeDvt denmnMlions
lions t to the Sixth district each letter be being be bein being ¬
ing in accompanied mpanW by copies of two we articles articlesalleged eIuHI articlesalleged
alleged HI to have keen contrflMged by Mr MrSprsaarf MSpn hErSpemard
Sprsaarf to the Truth Seeker aa infidel infidelpapjr iDAdeJptpl inAdelptptr
papjr pobBalwd 4 fat New York YorkCoL YorkCo YorkCal
Cal Pcarres charges have created a amild amUd amild
mild usa ia political circles
I W lEns TO FACE AjCE WIT WIvES WIvESI WITESrnamatot ES ESBfg
Bfg rnamatot I iMlBt PleuftH Fleta Guilty Gu lIt to Iftxcapc Ikcsl1cUld 1tcapel1L081 IftxcapcOrilenl
Orilenl Uld l1L081 l1 in Cowrtro Col1rtr08JH Col1rtr08JHCUlDherland CourtromCumherland H HCumberland
Cumberland Md Nov X 3cbarles Charles A AButler A AButler AButlur
Butler the man who gamed notoriety notorietyby notorietyby notorietyby
by marrying three women was wa sentenced sentencedyesterday sauteneetiyesterdy
I Iesten1a7
yesterday by b Judge J Rapport at Union Uniontown Inioutown I Itown
town town t to m year ears la the xpniteatiary xpniteatiarytw JJJBiteDtarFj JJJBiteDtarFjt1M nltent1ary nltent1arytwo
tw two for bigamy and four for perjury and andto anito I
to pay pa a aiDe ane an of fMM AOO Butler was for forever forever
ever ver disqualified from giving testimony testimonyin tatimonymc
in mc court courtWife courtWife
I
Wife Xo 1 was formerly to formerI b Mien Celia CeliaDurr CeliaDurr i
Durr of SarvwrUte Pa No 2 2 Miss MissFlora MissFlora I Iolora
Flora Barney of Pee 111 Tn tela Fin and andNo andNo andNs
No 3 3 Miss Peart W Wt pl of East aat Miils Miilsbor illilabore tiils tiilsbore
bor bore Pa PaThere PaTlttre PaThere
There are two tllMi eIdrep ii by tINt tb first firstmarriage Anttmaniace ihstmarriage
marriage which took toc jkjaoe cs ala fac years yearsa yearsq yea yeaBuuer
a q e I IButler
eButler
Butler pleaded plead guilty in ortter not to toface toface toface
face hi h his wives In court Batter r for a atime atime I Itime
time served rved hi 1nmpany Company A limit United UnitedStates UlllteStateB UniteitStates
States Infantry InfantryMrs InfantryJlrs InfantryIrs
Mrs Irs Sinclair Very Ill 111Special InSrcda1 IllSeocial
Special to Tte WMBfaftoB w IfercM IfercMBaltimore JIfft14Baltimore lisititBaltimore
Baltimore M M4 Nov 1 IUpton Upton B 8m 8mclair SbaclaJr Sbclair
clair father tath of the author of The Jun Jungle JungJe Jangte ¬
gle is in Balttanore Baltl re at the bedside bed1dd of f his hiemother hI8mother hismother
mother Mrs Leila Sinclair who is Isf1I lavery laveryIll very veryill
ill m In her r apartments at the Earl rt court courtMrs co rtMrs oortMrs
Mrs Sinclair is ninetythree yrrrs yt > ln old oldand oW oWaNi oldand
and her condition is regarded as moat moatserious motFoeJ mi mirerious
serious FoeJ Us She is the widow of Capt Arthur ArthurSinclair ArtbDlSlnc1zlr ArthurSlncair
Sinclair
Girl Bitten by Dog DogSproutl DogSJ1f Dogal
Sproutl al t9 t The WWfemftrn w111n Hcwki HcwkiRichmond HcnidRlchmo HCTilchrnond
Richmond Rlchmo d Ta Nov No 3 3Mim tMi Miss Wnldrop WnldropRister Vldropsister aMra aMralllatEr
Rister of Capt CaptJ Joseph Eph E WilLirds pri private priVfttf pr prte ¬
vate te secretary vis 1 s biy bitten hitt + n by b a alog aGOIi adog
log today supposed to be rabid She Shefousht Shefoug Shefoutht
fousht foug t the dog desperately for some time timeami timeaiK timea
ami a nrt rr ntM rt d any Injury except to her herhaf herhaid
haf hatd < l Tu Th tings head is now at the Pas Pastfciu PastUlJ Pastt
tt tfciu Iiiitiiutc IusUl ult undergoing ntJerg ing examination cxamlnu examinationI Hon
I
BALTIMORE SPENDS BIG SUM SUMAppropriations SUMAIproprlntions SU1tlpproprlatjons
Appropriations for Municipal Par ParPOSCH PrpOReH FurpOHeN
POSCH Total 17C53tf50So 17C53tf50SoSpe l7aiS 17c5a2 17c5a2Sjesial O OI
Spe Sjesial fal I to Tl The Wwfcinctoa W hincton HemM HemMBaltimore JllraJdBaltimore llualdBaltimore
Baltimore Md Id Nov 3 3The The city cU of Bal Baltimore Battimore l lUmore ¬
timore will spend during 1907 for all mu muatetpal mualctpal muniulpal
atetpal purposes the sum of 17 17MS 17U6 17U6nouncement 25 25pitanouncement 6nouncement
pitanouncement nouncement of the exact figures was wasmade wa5made wasrunde
made tooay by Comptroller Heffner of ofthe oru ofthe
u the board of estimates following the com completion completJoo Centpetlwi ¬
pletion by Deputy Comptroller Juih Julius W WFreeman WFreeman WPreeman
i Freeman of the tabulation of the appro appropriations appro approprlatlo atiir atiirpristlons ¬
priations priationsNext prlatlo prlatloNexr pristlonsNext
Next Year expenditures e ndfture will exceed exceedthose exceedthotle exceedthose
those of IMG 1 by RSWiOiaa IiJO More than thanOM09 thanloot thaniJeotG
loot iJeotG OM09 of this increase Incr H is due to the theheavy thehV7 theheavy
heavy appropriation out of the sewerage seweragetaut seweraseloaR sewerageloan
taut for building sewers nest year yearOf yearOt yearof
Of the total appropriation for f r next year yeartt4l37Ui yrttlJ1LSi yearrnl7L
tt4l37Ui rnl7L is money appropriated for sal salaries salaries sitiaries ¬
aries maintenance operating expenses expensesinterest expen expenInterest expensesInterest
interest and the like The sum of 1 12571S Stt SttS719 8gwas
S719 was appropriated for new improve improvements Improvments Improvemeats ¬
ments such as extension of the parks p rks and andsewerage aUldsewerqe andsewerage
sewerage system additions to the citys cityswater cItyswater cityswater
water storage facllites new subways and andimprovements andimproveIIKJ andImprovemelija
improvements S in the Annex The sum of ofJ75SJH7 orfi5J221 of55m
J75SJH7 55m represents sinking fund charges chargesand charesand chargesand
and other fixed charge coming under the thehead thehead thehead
head of annual appropriations appropriationsThe approprla tlOfts tlOftsThe
The city will raise 192IJS 793S3 79il S 36 next year yearother yearotheJ yearother
other than by direct or indirect taxation taxationOf taxationOf taxationOf
Of this amount mHO will come out of ofexisting ofextstlnc ofexisting
existing loans Ottoeo g000 0Ii will be taken out outof outof outof
of the burned district benefit A99es assessmentfund assessment assessmentfund ment mentfund
fund and H lM1G 32S6 will represent the theindependent theIndepen4e theIndependent
independent t income of the park board boardfrom b98nlfrom boardfrom
from the 9 per MIlt park tax on the street streetrailways streetrailways streetraIIway
railways companies receipts and the re receipts reeelpta receipta ¬
ceipts of the water board from water waterrents waterrents waterrents
rents rentsWILL rentsWILL rentsWILL
WILL CLEAR BOWERS BOWERSCharge BOWERSCIH1rge BOYERSCharge
Charge of Asking for Fluids FluidsIs FundsIs FiuidsIs
Is Not Sustained SustainedPOSTMASTER SustainedPOSTMASTER SustainedPOSTMASTER
POSTMASTER EXONERATES HIM HIMClohnu HIMClobtll flTh1Clohait
Clohnu Say Says Accusation Against AernlnKtPish A AgainstFlali nlnMt nlnMtl1bh
Pish Commissioner In Without WithoutIfonmlntinit WithoutlToundationCommissioner 1thout 1thout1foDlulntioJtCoI11D1hlHloner
Ifonmlntinit 1foDlulntioJtCoI11D1hlHloner Commissioner Greene GreeneReturn GrecneUcturnH GreeneIteturns
Return from Investigation at atMurtiitfihnrg ntIurUnJll1nla attartInshurglnip1oyes
Murtiitfihnrg IurUnJll1nla tartInshurglnip1oyes Employes Examined ExaminedSvutiMi Exnlltllec1to
SvutiMi isi to UK ATMMRfftMi v HmU HmUXartlnsborg lIrWMartlnsbarg I IMarnnsbarx
Xartlnsborg W Va Nor IAs A the theresuH then theresult
result n of charges preferred against United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States Fish Commissloaer George G OQe M MBowers i iDo MBowers
Bowers Do of tAle city by Chairman Griggs Griggsof Grlgpof Griggeof
of the Democratic Congressional C 1 Com Committee Committee Coininittec ¬
mittee In which Mr Bowers was accused accusedof accWMdof accusedof
of assessing Postmaster Alexander AJeun er Clo Clohan CIoban Clobaji
han ban baji of Martiaftburs SM 2lQO for political politicalcampaign poIltftlJMa politicalcamIgn
campaign purpose JMa lid with being be guilty guiltyof guiltyof guiltySf
of peralcious us activity Civil Service Com Commissioner COtmlaloaer Coinmimloner ¬
missioner Greene came here this after afternoon arternOUlt afternooll ¬
noon for the purpose of making an offi official oOIdal 0111cml ¬
cial investigation investigationCloliaii invelltiptionClolmu InvestigationClohan
Cloliaii Bellies Dell I ell Story StoryThe Stor StorThe StoryThe
The chief witnesses were Postmaster PostmasterCloaaa PostmsterClohan
Cloaaa and Hon Joan G Hetael Betwl the thetwo thetwo thetwo
two Republicans to whom Chairman ChairmanQrfgga CIIaIrlldnG ChairmanGrigga
Qrfgga G referred the civil service commls commlsshm eom eomat cotnmlselsa
elsa at the time the charges against Mr MrBowers MrBowen Mrwen
Bowers wen were filed Mr Ckmaa CIohaaea emphati emphatically emphatically ¬
ea cally y denied the charge declaring decJa that thatthe tbattbe thatthe
the statement that he had been 1JMaby assessed assessedby mmaedby
by Mr Bowers had been manufactured manufacturedout I
out of whole cloth clothBinplojes clothmIlo clothBiiiploycs
Binplojes mIlo eH Rxaiuined RxaiuinedSwery lUxaininedsery
Swery sery eHtpiore ye of the local pofftoffice po was wasalso wuc wasaiee
c also examined by Oommiasioner Co alGnfr Greene Greeneaad GtegeaDtf Greeneand
and eMR acn terse t4 tat isj4 t Umt DI attempt attempthad Ot ottesipthad < ft1K ft1K3d
had 3d ever been nude na by allY one to tohim assess assesshim amsinhim
him for campaign purposes Mr Hetzel Hetzeltestiaed HetzeltN Hetseltestiled
testiaed tN 8ed that be had no knowledge of any anyattempt aftTa anyattempt
attempt a to assess Postmaster Ciohan by byMr by1fr byMr
Mr Bowers amid that the tb only on Information Informationhe
he posstmd pi L H d on this point came from fromother tromotItet fromother
other persons He declared however how vr be before b bfore before ¬
fore Conualssioaer Coimnlaalo er Greene that Mr r Dow Bowers Down Dower ¬
ers er n haJ taken aa active Bart m In factional factionalfights factionalSghts
fights IBbts between the th Republicans once op opposlag op opMr opposing
posing Mr Retools candidacy fOr Con Congress Concress Congress ¬
gress and at another time working in the thecounty thecuuaty thecounty
county convention to secure an indorse indorsement Inderacmeat ¬
meat for Senator SelIA tor Elkins whom Mr tr HetaH HetaHhad HOtSSIhad
had been opposing < The testimony of ofother Ofother atother
other wita witnesses oases was ttainuwrtant mMJltant Coot CootinisBton QmGftflie CoinmlIoner
mlIoner inisBton r Greene returned to Washington Washingtontonight lukbagtoAt Washingtontonight
tonight t t and the result of bill investiga investigation htvtlStltJon InvestigaLion ¬
Lion wW yft be made public Monday when whenit whMIt whenft
it is confidently expected the charges chargesagainst charpsapalMt chargesanat
against anat Mr Bowers will be dismissed dismissedTERRACES dismissedTERRCES ed edTERRACES
TERRACES BEING EING CHANGED CHANGEDCutting CHANGEDCutting CEANGEDCutting
Cutting Away 1 Hill at Annnpolln AnnnpollnSfatelionse AnnapolisStatelione nnnpoll1StateIaonse
Sfatelionse Grounds GronnclxSpecial GronnINSpeebI GroundsSpedal
Special to TIle W asIdII sU taa Itenld ItenldAnnapolis lleraldAanapoHs ilcaldAnnais
Annapolis Nov X IThe The ftrst work In the theproposed thepropoe theproposed
proposed changing of the grade of the theterraces theterraee8 theterraces
terraces about the Statehouse was begun begunyesterday b hoganyesterday 1t 1trclay
yesterday rclay by Contractor CODtraetorJaanea James Stehle hIe of ofAnnapolis ofAaMpoJla ofAn
Annapolis An apoIla to whom the contract contractPveD was wasgiven wasgiven
given givenThe givenThe
PveDTb
The whole hole grade of the hill on that side sideof sideof sideof
of the new annex nearest the head of ofMaryland oCMar7J1UId ofMsryaad
Msryaad Maryland avenue and around ar UD on the Court Courtof CGUrttt Cuurto
of o Appeals side is to be cut and filled in indifferent HIett indifferent
different ett places The old cellar of the for former forDIU former ¬
mer land office will be partially 1MUtla y filled filledaad ftJledand Stiedand
and a portion of the high terrace above abovecut abovecut abovecut
cut away In the tmproYeDl improvement nt under the theplans thepia theplans
plans pia submitted by Baldwin A Penning Penningtoa Pennlngtoll Penningtoe
toe toll tbe architects arehit ts for the new building butldinirWhen buf4lngWheB buildingWbn
When the new grading is I finished ftnl8b and the theIdUIJ6de thehiflelde j jafuaiuo
afuaiuo sodded the improvement to this thisview thisTift thisview
view of the Statehouse Stat will be great
KENSINGTON REPUBLICANS REPUBLICANSCol REPUBLICANSCol
Col Frank Suppler and B II War Waritcr Wartier Vnrlu
tier lu r Make Addresses AddressesRepublicans AddrelCesReJtlDlJcans AddressesRepubihuns
Republicans were were out in force last night ngAtat nightsf nightat
at a political rally rally in Kensington aid aidunder l lUDder Mdunder
under the auspices of the Kensington Re Hepublican RepubIIeQ Republican
publican Club Addresses were made by byCol 1Col byCol
Col Frank SUpplee of Baltimore B H HWarner HWIUJt HWarner
Warner WIUJt r of Kensington Thomas C Xoyec Xoyecand Nay NayDel Noyciand
and Oaten L L TalE of WashingtonCol Washington 1ashlngtonCot
Cot Supplee spoke In an eloquent man manner mllnner mansee ¬
ner of the work w rk done done by b the Roosevelt ad administration adBlIftl8tnaUon administration ¬
ministration and lauded the political politicalcareer politicalcareer politicalcareer
career of o George Geo e A A Poarre candidate for forreelection forreelectlott forreelection i
reelection to Congress In the Sixth Mary Maryland Maryand Maryland ¬
land district districtThe distrietThe t tThe
The other speakers l filled in the s saps ps psleft
left by Col Supplee Suppl e and tho large au audience audte andience ¬
dience dte ce which packed the town hull an to its itsfullest Itsfullest itsfuilest
fullest capacity heard the addresses es with withinterest wl wfthInterest h hintenst
interest intenst as evidenced by b frequent and andenthusiastic andenttic andenthusiastic I
enthusiastic applause applauseTnkoma applauseTakoma e eruliomn
Tnkoma Park Man Inn lit Married MarriedRockvilte 3Inrrlc1RockviUe MarriedROCkYI1IS
Rockvilte ard rd Nov SA marriage marrla li license fceAH IIceune ¬
cense was issued here today toda to James JamesWilliam Jameswtlna JamesWilliam
William Sells aged thirtyone years ears of ofTakoma ofTakoma ofTakoma
Takoma Park this county snd nd Mrs MrsFanny llrsFanny MrsFanny
Fanny E E Lane a widow wiclo aged fortytwo fortytwoyears fortytwoyears fortytwoyears
years whose e place of O residence Is given givenas tlvenHamilton givenas
as Hamilton Ontario Canaan They were weremarried weremavfed were1rSed
married mavfed before tearing town townI twit twitA t3rwn t3rwnAPerfect
I A APerfect Perfect Fit FitIs
Is the first consideration here We Weadopt Weadopt
adopt the sty style to suit the figure ft re
Our long experience In pleasing many mttft mttftof
of Ute be bestdressed men In Wash Washis
btn tea is proof of our success successsfl
aU sfl U Suitings at big reductions as aswe asnpfCt asmove
we expect to move We invite your
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Joseph Mingin of Alexan Alexandria llexan1ria Alexallthhia ¬
dria Has Leg Crushed CrushedNO
NO INTEEEST IN POLITICS POLITICSGnniliilatcH POLITICSOnntUt1teH POLITICSCnnddates
GnniliilatcH Content Voters otcrM ivlth ltli Cir Circnlnrw ClrcularRSontllcrn CireulareSouthern
cularRSontllcrn cnlnrw Sontlicrn Railway Engine EnclneIlnns EuJtlneItun3 EngineRuns
Runs Array and Stalls in the Street StreetAfter StreetAfter StreetAfter
After Frightening PasscrKby Pnllser 11 Into IntoFllKht IntoFIlJtlltXewK IiitoFliglitiews
FllKht FIlJtlltXewK Fliglitiews NCTTK from Alcxnnilrlai AlcxnnilrlaiWASHINGTON Alexandria AlexnmlrlaWSIIINGTON AlexandriawAsll1NCTo
WASHINGTON HERALD BUREAU EDHEAUBril BUREAUeU BUREAUildi
Bril Telephone 113 113Career 113Center 113Career
Career of Priuoe and Kojral strwta strwtaAlexandria st ttrtetsAlexandria ta taAlexandria
Alexandria Va Nov No 3 3In In attempting attflmptlngto
to board an electric train on the Washing Washington Woshington Yoshlngton ¬
ton Alexandria and Mount Vernon eon Rail Railroad Railroad Railroad ¬
road oa King street shortly after 9 9oclock 9oclock 9oclock
oclock this evening Joseph A Mingin Minginabout llInglnabo1lt Mingfnabout
about twenty years of age a glassblower glassblowerwhose glassblowerwhoH glaseblowerwhose
whose home Is at 721 Queen street lost losthis losthlB losthis
his footing and fell under the wheels of ofthe orthe ofthe
the trailer His right leg was caught un under under under ¬
der the front trucks and was almost almostcompletely almostcolJJpletely almostcompletely
completely severed aeve d from his body bodyThe bo bodyThe y yThe
The train which was not moving rap rapidly mpIdly rapIdly ¬
idly at the time time was quickly brought to toa toa
a standstill and the unfortunate man was waspicked waspleked waspicked
picked up He was conveyed to the Alex Alexandria AlexalMlria Alexandria ¬
andria Hospital Ho pltal where he wns operated operatedon
on by Dr William M Smith It was 88 noc noceasary noce necessary
easary e to remove the injured limb above abovethe abocthe abovethe
the knee He had sustained a consider considerable considerable considerable ¬
able loss 8 of blood and was as suffering from fromshock f fromshock m mhoek
shock shockThe shockThe hoekTh
The Th accident occurred near the corner cornerof cornerof cornerof
of King and Pitt streets Mr Mingin ran ranto mnto ranto
to catch the train and jumped on the therear therear therear
rear platform of the motorHe motoI He fell im immediately Immediately Iramediately ¬
mediately In front of the wheels of the thesmoking thesmoking thesmoking
smoking car He is employed employednt at the Old OldDominion OldDominion OldDominion
Dominion Glass Works The train was wagin wasIn wasin
in charge cba e Conductor Thomas and Motor Motorman Motorman Motorman
man Croson CrosonCampaign Cl09OnCUDlltnfgn CroeonCampaign
Campaign In Quiet QuietRep QnlctRep QuietRep
Rep John F RJxey Democratic can candidate eftndldate candidate ¬
didate in the Bighth Congressional Con SSfonlll die district dfstrtet dietriet ¬
trict for the House of Representatives Representativesand
and John B Henderson on jr his Republi Republican Ropubllaut Rapublican ¬
can opponent GPl have issued addresses addre ses to tothe totlte tothe
the voters VO in which they discussed ed local localaad local1Id localand
and 1Id national Issue Mr Henderson has hasnot b hasnot s
not 1 stumped the district since he re received re reeelved recelved ¬
ceived the nomination contenting himself himselfwith blm himselfwith elt eltIUt
with IUt simpler methods for reaching the thevoters thevote thevoters
voters vote Neither has Representative John JohnF JobnF JohnF
F Rixey the Democratic candidate candidatemade candidAtemac1 candidatemade
made mac1 an active canvass In fact act th thcampaign thcaJnf1l the thecamgalgn
campaign caJnf1l n in this district has been one oneonly oneonl oneonly
only onl in name political matters having havingbeen havInghHn havinghn
been agitated tted to such a slight extent that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the people have hav been n scarcely scarcel aware of ofto oftM oftht
to tM presence pleee ee of two candidates In the thefleW thefteId theSold
fleW The apathy has been due to the theabsence tileb thetbaence
absence b of any doubt as to the result re On Onaccount OnaeetJunt Onaccount
account of the overwhelming Democratic Democraticmajorities Democraticmajor1tw Democraticmajorities
majorities In the t th Eighth district a Dem Democratic Democratle Dciiiocratic ¬
ocratic nomination is generally recog recognized recognized recognized ¬
nized aa being equivalent to election In Inhi Inh Inhis
hi h his letter l uer accepting the nomination of ofthe ortile ofthe
the Republican Rep blScaft party part Mr Ir Henderson Hendersonmade HenderHOftmlute Hendersonmade
made a frank reference to this fact tact but butlettered butJeeJarM butdeclared
lettered that under changing conditions conditionsthe eondltlonthe conditionsthe
the Republican party In this section hag haga ItuIt hasa
a bright future futureEnprlnc futureBnJinc futureEngine
Engine Run Runs Away AwnyWith Awn AwnWttb AwayWith
With no hand at the throttle and no noapparent noAp noapparent
apparent Ap rent cause for Its movement a a man manmoth JUIInmoth manmoth
moth engine of the Southern Railway Railwaysuddenly Rail Railnd4IeaJ7 Railwaysuddenly
suddenly started from its position po ltlon oa oathe fitthe enthe
the turntable of the roundhouse r rzndbous on South SouthHeary SouthHear SonthHenry
Henry Hear street street shortly after 9 oclock this thisevening thI thIenmms thisevening
evening passed over ov r the track t k to the theground lbeg theground
ground g ttrroa rroadlng Mn the table tabla and plowed plowedfhrongh plewedfitr plowedThrough
Through fitr ueh a a high h h fence coming eom1 to t a atop atopon atopon atopon
on the other aide of the street Several Severalpersons sen1persons Severalpemons
persons who 110 were passing issng on the tret strf stretat tretat t tat
at the time were w re compelled to seek safety safetyin sat safetyIn tT tTIn
in flight m t Amazed at the strange spec spectacle aPfetade spectack ¬
tack and uncertain a aa to which direction directionthe dlrecUoftthe directionthe
the runaway engine might take they theyleft theyt theyleft
left t the locality J as fast as possible possibleWhen PQII fbleWbea pta1bIeWhen
When the locomotive tiv grogging d gglJlg its itstender UsteDder II IItender
tender reached the east aide of the street streetits strMtita streetits
its progress was arrested Just what whatcaused whateaueed whatcaused
caused it to stop seems ms almost t as un uncertain un unCEltaln uscertain ¬
certain as what caused it to start start but a acontributing aeontrlbuUq acontributing
contributing factor was probably the thesinking theatnkln thesinking
sinking atnkln of the wheels of the tender tend r into intothe Jntothe Intothe
the pavement In its brief Journey the thelighter tlteJ thelightir
lighter J lcr parts of the engine suffered con considerable CODderable conalderable ¬
siderable damage The fender was vas de demolished deJROIsM demolished ¬
molished l
Indian Celel Celebrant Cel1rnntRev CelebrantRev rnnt rnntRev
Rev Father Albert ft NegalaiMjuet a aPettowatomle aPottowatomte aPottowatoinle
Pettowatomle Indian from Oklahoma Oklahomawho Oklahomawho Oklahomawho
who who hi a student in the Apostolic Mission MissionHome MISSIOnHouse fi88kmIioae
Home at Brooklaad D C will be the thecelebrant Oferelebnult thecelebrant
celebrant at the vesper services to be held heldtomorrow heldtomorrOw heldtemorrew
tomorrow evening in St St Marys Catholic CatholicChurch Ca CatholicChurch thoJle thoJleChureh
Church under the auspices of Fitzgerald FitzgeraldCouncil FltzgentklCouncu FitzgeraldCouncil
Council No 459 Knights of Columbus ColumbusRev Colum ColumbusRev U8 U8ReY
Rev Alexander P Doyle C S D Dsuperior Dsuperior Dsuperior
superior of the Apostolic Mission House Housewill HOHlewUl HouseWI
will WI deliver the sermon He H will spank spankon speltkon spuskon
on the life and character eha etr of Christopher ChristopherColumbus ChristopherColumbus ChristopherColumbus
Columbus A double sextet composed ed of ofstudents otldents ofstudents
students ldents of the Holy Cross College CollegeBrookmad CollegeBrooklluH1 CollegeBrookiand
Brookmad will sing the vesper vesperEpiKCOimlM vesperBpi8colmlM vesperItpiscopals
EpiKCOimlM Win In Football Game GameThe GumeThe GameThe
The Episcopal High School football footballteam footballteam footballteam
team won from the Western r estern High School Schoolof Schoolof Schoolof
of Washington WhID on In a hotly h h contested game gameon gameon
on the grounds ods of the local institution institutionthis inBUtuUonI Institutionthis
this afternoon by the score of 17 to 0 0Although OAlthough 0Although
I Although the visitors put up a good game gamethroughout samethroutbout gamethroughout
throughout they failed to get danger dangerously dnngerousJy dangerousiy ¬
ously close do e to the goal line being beln com compelled comIed cornpellet ¬
pellet Ied to play on the defensive most of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the tme Epl Episcopal cona High School secured securedtwo seeur seeurtwo securedtwo
two touchdowns and ran the score up by bya bya bya
a pretty hid goal kicked by b Lile from the the3Byard the1InI theyrd
3Byard yrd 1InI Hne For the borne wme team to m the thew theWrk theurk
w Wrk urk prk of Pendleton Penti t at quarter In kicking kickingaad kickingaDd kickingand
aDd running the ball back was spectacu spectacular spctaeu18r speetacuJar ¬
Jar
Bracelet r1ceIet Is Found FoundThe FoundThe FoundThe
The valuable sold old bracelet braceJet lost l St yester yesterday yesterday estcr estcrM ¬
day M by Mrs Milton Alexander of Lancas Lancaster LnnCllster Lnncnstsr ¬
ter Pa mother of Mrs Clarence Lead Leadbeater Leadbeater Leadbeater
beater was wa found yesterday afternoon by bylittle byJlttJe bylittle
little Miss Mls Mary Lennon daughter of ofClaude orClaude ofClaude
Claude G Lennon Lenn n on on an electric car of ofthe ortheVashlngton ofthe
the theVashlngton Washington Alexandria and Mount
Vernon Railroad and was this Evening Eveningreturned dvenlngreturned enlng enlngreturned
returned to its owner The reward which whichwas whlcbwas whichwas
was offered was declined by Mr Lennon
The bracelet is studded with diamonds diamondsand diamondsand
and is I valued at 2iiO 2iiODelmont 250 250Bclmont 250Belmont
Belmont Athletic Club Defeated DefeatedThe Defentedrhe DefeatedThe
The second football l team of the Alex Alexandria AlexandrIa Alexandria ¬
andria Athletic Association defeated an aneleven anelcven aneleven
eleven known as the Belmont Atliletic
Club on the fair grounds this afternoon
by b the score of 40 to 0 0The OThe 0The
The local police department today sent sentout senrout sentout
out circulars containing a description of or
William Johnson the negro who murdered
Charles Ch rles F Smith in this city eft October 2fc 2fcThe 2tThe 2e 2eThe
The annual field eld day exercises will take takeplace tnkop1uce takepiece
place at the th Episcopal High School next
Saturday SaturdayWILL SaturdayWILL SaturdayViLL
WILL MUCK tJCK EASE ANNAPOHS ANNAPOHSWallace AIDTAPOLISVnllnee ANNPOLISWallace
Wallace Invln After Material for forThe lorThe forThe
The Shame of the College CollegreaSpecial CollegeSIIaI CollegespecMl
Special pecMl to the Wsihlnetan lleiald lleialdAnnapolis llualdAnnapolis iliraldAnnapolis
Annapolis Md Nov 3 3Wallace Wallace Irwin Irwinwho Irwinvhe Irwinwho
who is engaged hgage in writing a series of ofarticles of ofartlcJes ofarticles
articles for a publication under the cap ¬
Lion The Shame of the Colleges wns
in Annapolis today gathering data about aboutthe aboutthe
the Naval Academy Aett d em which hlCh Institution
It is understood he Intends making the thesubject thesubject thesubject
subject of one of his stories storiesIn 3torle8In storIesIn
In the series Mr Irwin has already nlread nlreadwritten
written of the Military Academy at West 1V t
Point
DECIDES OFFITTT OPPUTWIL WlJL WDfL CASE CASECourt CASECourt CASECourt
Court Holds Uo1 t that Letter In Evidence EvidenceConstitutes EddenecConstitutes EvidenceConstitutes
Constitutes Xo Xo Contract ContractSpeckl ContractSpeck1 ContractSPeCIRI
Speckl t to Tb TIM WMhtBfiten Herald HeraldRockvllle llenldRockltle IIeTaldRockvllle
Rockvllle Md Nov 3 3TudgOB Judgos James JamesB
B Henderson and John C Mottor of the theCircuit theCircuIt theCircuit
Circuit Court for this county before beforewhom beforewhom beforewhom
whom the case of Katharine Seager SecgerOffutt SeagerOfJutt SeagerOffuti
Offutt widow of Luther Mortimer Offutt Offuttasainet OCCuttagnlnet Offuttagalnet
asainet Catharine V Offutt and an others othershclrsatlaw othersheirsattaw othersheirsittlaw
hclrsatlaw of said Luther Mortimer MortimerOffutt MortimerOtut MortimerOtfutt
Offutt was heard recently have Just filed filedtheir filedtheir medtheir
their opinion in the case caseThe cuhe caseVhe
The he court court holds that the terms of theletter the theletter theletter
letter written by Mr Offutt before his hismarriage hismnrringe hismarriage
marriage which te 1 held by the plaintiff plaintiffto
to be the contract of marriage marrla are too In Indefinite Indefinite indefinite ¬
definite to be forced by a court of equity equityThe efiuityThe quit quitThe
The case will 111 be appealed to the Mary Maryland Maryland Maryland
land Court of Appeals AppealsThe AppealsThe AppealsTire
The contention of the plaintiff was that thatthe thntthe thatthe
the writing of this letter and the making makingof
of what they supposed IJUP Oftd a good will later latershould latershould latershould
should be taken together as a marriage marriagecontract manlcgtcontract unarringecontract
contract sufficient umct nt to enable a court of ofequity ofequitY ofequity
equity to enforce the same SAm Mr Offutt Offutted orcutted Offuttdied
died ed leaving property valued at t 190000 190000SHOOTS tOOOSHOOTS < J000 J000SKOOTS
SHOOTS COUSIN IN HEABT HEABTHoys lIEARTDo HELRTBoys
Boys Do on On a Hunt Quarrel nnrrcl and One OneUKCH OncUSCH OneUses
Uses a Target Rifle RifleParkersburff RifleParker2burg RifleParkersburg
Parkersburg W V Va Nov S Irn Ill shoot shootyou shootou shootyou
you ou said Andrew ADd w Hayes of Newark NewarkWare Newarkare NewarkWare
Ware are County as he raised a small target targetrifle tar targetrifle et etrifle
rifle to ate shoulder addressing his cousin cousinTut cousinTut cousinTut
Tut Tucker with whom he had been hunt hunting huntIng hunting ¬
ing He fired and the bullet pierced his hiscousins hiscou hiscousins
cousins cou tns heart heartYoung hellrtYoung heartYoung
Young Hayes then took look to the woods woodsand woo woodsand s sand
and at a late Ja lat hour tonight to dcht had not been beencaptured beencaptured beencaptured
captured Tne TJe two boys hail been play playmates playmate playmates ¬
mates for a long tine This afternoon afternoonthey afternoonthey afternoonthey
they started out hunting They stopped stoppedto
to rest on the front platform of Bucks Bucksstore Bucksstore Bucksstore
store and quarrelled Hayes Ba7 had taken a acartridge ncaTtrldae acartridge
cartridge out of the gun but reloaded it itand Itand itand
and was heard to say sa to his cousin I Iwill Iwill Iwill
will shoot you youBefore youBefore TOiLBefore
Before any anyone one could get to them themTucker thomTooker themTucker
Tucker was dead and uayos had disap disappeared dlappcred disappeared ¬
peared pearedTO pcredTO pearedTO
TO GET MILLION IN TAXES TAXESVirginia TAXESJrlnJa TAXESVirginia
Virginia JrlnJa Incr InerenJUf nN < > K Railroad State StateAxRCMMinciitn StnteAJiUleftMmentll StateAssessments
Assessments 12 1 ill Per Cent CentSpecial CcntSpeeW CentSal
Special to The Wmkiaifatt herald KenURichmond HenWRichmond heraldIUCIUThOn4
Richmond Va Nov S lThe The corporation corporationcommission eorporaUoncommle8len corporationcommission
commission made public today its assess assessments 38menta assessmeats ¬
meats on steam railroads for the year year3SCXJ year15W
3SCXJ to be paid to the State in addition to tothe tothe tothe
the amounts paid to cities and counties countiesThe countiesThe countiesThe
The gross assessment for hut year was wasfCS was4imsI4 wasS1L214
fCS 4imsI4 S1L214 lMK and for ISM hIO it is 7C06Jfri ij rank making mttkIng ranklag ¬
ing the increase lne 12 I per cent centThe centThe centThe
The tax on steamboats and electric roads roadshave roadshae roadshave
have yet to be added to this amount mount of oftax oftax oftax
tax producing property and will 111 swell it itconsiderably Itoonaddelltb1y itconsiderably
considerably considerablyThe oonaddelltb1yThe considerablyThe
The charter fees and Dd franchise franch tax for forthis forthis forthis
this year ear approximate 250 250060 making the therevenue therevenue therevenue
revenue to the State from the corpora corporation corporatJon corporalion ¬
lion fomnrtsalon one million for the year yearDIES yearDIES yearDIES
DIES AFTER BRIE ILLNESS ILLNESSPrniilc ILLNESSFrnnk ILLNESSFraiL
FraiL T Williams of Poo1c PoolcvJl1e PoolesrllicIll vlllef
111 l lmt lu > ut Fifteen Minutes ItllnutcNSpecMl tIlnnteltpecial MinutesSeedsi
SpecMl to Th ftar Wuhincb w Herald HcnidBoyda JlaaIIL1Jotd HeraldBoyd
Boyda Boyd Md Nov X IFrank Frank T Williams WflHanwa V un una
a leading ctttxen of Poolosvllle Mont Montgomey Montgomey ront rontg01BeY
gomey County died suddenly BUdden at t his home homenear hoIIIenear homenear
near there about S oclock last night nightof BIghtof nightof
of heart failure fall He had been at Pootee Pooteevllte IJ IJlite loolosrifle
rifle lite convening lf with friends Shortly Shortlyafter SbortlyIJlter Shortlyajter
after his return home he became 1teca ill aad aadIn aadIn andin
In fifteen Aft ttea minutes was dead deadHe d8UIHe danilHe
He was about sixtyfive slxtJ ve years oM and andvery anetvery andvery
very widely known He wag an exCon exConfederate exConCMe oxConfederate ¬
federate CMe te having served in the civil war warin warIn IIU IIUIn
in Col Whites WhIte Battalion Thirtyaitfe ThirtyaitfeVirginia TIllItattJaVtrpJa ThtrtylttthVirginia
Virginia Cavalry He to survived by his hfewife hIwlte hiswife
wife who is a daughter daU bt r of Nicholas Daw Dawson DawSOlI DawSoil
son of Darnostown I Md MdCEMETERY MdCEMETERY > Id IdCEMETERY
CEMETERY TRUSTEES ELECTED ELECTEDTlockvlllc ELECTEDRockTJu ELECTEDRockv1Il
Tlockvlllc Association Fill PUb Yl1cnn Yl1cnncleR Vacuaales
ales Caused by 1 Deaths DonthSpecial DonUI5pfriaI DeathsSheds
Special to The WHbhwtMi a Herald HeraldRoclcvllie HmIIdRockvU heraldRockvilic
Roclcvllie e Md Nov No X IAt At a meeting meedagot meetingof
of the Rockvllle R kvi11e Cemetery Cf tery Association Associationheld Associationheld IaUon IaUonbe14
held this afternoon William WUUa Dorsey Do 7 pre presided pte3kleel peeskIed ¬
sided and Lee Offutt O utt lid Capt John JohaMacDoaaU JOMaeDoaaW JohnMacDonald
MacDonald were elected to flll the va vacancies vaca rneanclea ¬
des caused by the death of William WilliamVelrsBoulc WIlliamVein WilliamVetra
VelrsBoulc Vein rBo Boue and nd Dr K B B K Stonestroet StonestroetFrank St StOeatIeetFrank aeatreet aeatreetFnualt
Frank Higgins was selected el ted as secretary secretarytreasurer ecretarytrur secretarytreasurer
trur treasurer of the association associationAt a oetatloaA
At A t a meeting also of the Ladles Ceme Cemetery Cemetery Cenietery ¬
tery Society an auxiliary of the above aboveaModatton MoeUon aboveassociation
association Uon C H Ii Robertson R wa wu elected electedcretaltreaaurr electedsecretarytreasurer
secretarytreasurer in the place of Miss MteaHolland w wHoUancI MissHolland
Holland HoUancIFALL deceased deceasedFALL deceasedPALL
FALL PROM WINDMILL FATAL FATALLost FATALLOllt PATALLost
Lost Hold and Crashed Through ThroughPlatform ThrpuJth ThrpuJthPlntform ThroughPlatform
Platform Into 30 Feet o of Water WaterSiMefal WaterSpidal utcr utcrIINdal
SiMefal to The Tb W WMbtagtm Herald HemldCulpeper II IICulpeper HeraldCulpeper
Culpeper Va Nov 3 Ernest Camp Dunpbett Campbell Campbell
bell a dttaen of o the county wa was killed killedthis killedthis kIlledthis
this morning mor white at work on a a wind windmill wlndm windmill ¬
mill millWhile lWblle l
While VbII many feet above Me tbe platform platformI JlattormOTero platformover
I over a deep well well adjusting adj the gearing gearingof <
of the machine be was w seen to relax his hisbold hisbokl hishold
bold and fall He broke through thr h a plat platform platform pintform ¬
form and fell into thirty feet of water waterHis waterHis waterHis
His neck was Was broken brokenMUMMY brokenMUM1fY brokenNU3IMY
MUMMY JIKD > PUZZLES PUZZLESDoff PUZZLESDoJt PUZZLESDog
Doff and Cat Petrified Petrl eI Contrary to toAH toAn toAll
AH Accepted Theories TheoriesNew TIleorle1WNew TheoriesNow
New Orleans Nov 2 15eientlat Scientists are arepuzzled arepuzzled arepuzzled
puzzled over the discovery of a mummy
tomcat and a petrified trtfte4 dog under an old oklbuilding okIbufldln oldbetiding
building bufldln in Tchoupitoulas street The cat catis catis catIs
is well preserved preserv d Its eyes toenalkCears toenalkCearsteetb toenallBearsteeth toenafls ears earsteeth
teeth aad tall are all there while the do dois dog
is i practically Intact IntactProf IntactProf IntactProf
Prof George F Beyer of Tulane Uni University UnlYensltT Usversity ¬
versity is unable to advance a a theory
Petrincatkm has taken place wlUt these theseanimals thoseanimals th thanimals
animals exposed e < posed to the air and ute thtemeans utemn flitsmeans
means the shattering of alt al previous prevIo lien lienregarding I Iregarding lds ldsregarding
regarding the converting of animal or orvegetable orogetable orvegetable
vegetable matter to wood or stone Fur Further hrthar Furthor ¬
thor research will 11I be made before Prof ProfBeyer ProfDe ProfBeyer
Beyer De er finally Ih1l1I passes on the singular sI Jar din discovery dlacoyer dincovery ¬
covery coveryImmirant coyerImmigrant coveryImniigrant
Immigrant Steamer Ashore AshoreHonolulu AJilIJoreHonolulu AshoreHonolulu
Honolulu Nov 3 3The The merchant steamer steamerChlusa steamerChluS steamerChiusa
Chlusa ChluS from Kobe with 538 Immigrants Immigrantsfor
for this place on board is Isashore ashore off the theharbor theh theharbor
harbor h rbor in the east channel She is be believed be beHend beIhived ¬
lieved to he in no danger Several island islandsteamers islandsteamers isiamisteamers
steamers have offered to aidin floating floatingthe floatingtIre oaUDK oaUDKthe
the stranded vessel VeS81Establisbed vesselEstablished
Established 1804 1804GET 1804GET
GET THE BEST BESTConcord BESTConcord
Concord Harness HarnessR HarnessT
T EJiEJiCER our tock of ofCnrrflltc ofCarriage
R Carriage and Automobile AutolUoliIeLnp AutomobileItober
Lnp UobcN eYer every grade pru1ckind gradekind
kind and quality > We e cnll cat nt nttenUon attentlon
tenUon to on onSpecial onz onzSpecial =
Special Green and Black BlackPlush BlackPlush
Plush Robe at attpu
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1804 Fourteenth St NW NWP NOWPAINTER
P PAINTER TER AND DECORATOR DECORATOROW
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Now 1Jow OW FINISHING the new Raleigh Hotel addition Our contract contractcalls contractcalls contractA
A calls for all INTERIOR and EXTERIOR HOUSEPAINTING HOUSEPAINTINGWALL HOUSEPAINTINGWALL HOUSEPAINTINGWALL
WALL DECORATION and WOOD FINISHING in the building from fromcellar fromcellar fromcellar
cellar to roof including wall papering and the decoration of the beautiful beautifulnew beautifulnew beautifulnew
new diningroom This handsome large room the color scheme of ofwhich ofvlhich ofwhich
which is ivory and gold with a little soft tinting in green was com complet complet cornplet
plet ly decorated inside of ten days This means that every bit of the thecolor thecolor thecolor
color decoration in the room which is in oil oilincluding including the gilding and andmaking andmaking andmaking
making and hanging of the silk panels of the side walls wallswas was completed completedin
in ten days after the room was turned over to us We believe that this thisis thisis thisis
is the record for f r fast work done well in this city The magnitude of ofthis ofthis ofthis
this task can be appreciated only by looking at this room
UI
Interior and andExterior andExterior andExterior
Exterior ExteriorColor ExteriorColor ExteriorT
T Color Decorator
W Wall 1I Decoration DecorationHouse DecoratioaHouse
House Painting PaintingWood PaintingWood
Wood Finishing
STRICTLY HIGHGRADE WORK WORKPhone WORKPhone
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GASE GOES TO POLICE BOARD BOARDCapt BOARDapt BOARDCapt
Capt apt Matthews and Lieut Mnlhall MnlhallDefended MulhallDefended iuthallDefended
Defended by Counsel CounselAVItncsBcx CounselltneSrteM CounselWitnesses
Witnesses ltneSrteM Testify In Behalf of Both BothMen DOtllJlenDecblon BothMenDecision
Men JlenDecblon Decision Will VIlI Probably Probnlll Be BeMade DeUnde BeMade
Made Within Two Weeks WeeksThe WeeksThe VeekllTIle
The investigation of Cmpt JK MatQWws MatQWwsaad XatfM XatfMUtI Matt2sewnand
and Lieut Mnlhall was brought Pt to a aclose aclOtie aclose
close at the afternoon sitting of the trial trialboard trialbotd trialboard
board yesterday Ye waea when the smwaing MIII MIIIor up upspeeches upipeecheg
speeches or counsel for bolk aide ald TW TWdelivered weN weN4eJtvere4 weredelivered
delivered 4eJtvere4 and a tile case left with tae baa baator beailtoe l
toe 01 decision Attorney Bmfce lbr sr the theprosecution dieproeeeuUo thepr050cutson
prosecution Stat addressed the court eMIItweat and andwent efldwent
went ever tbe evidence wMek be Mbowed daiato daiatoshowed eiekecdshowed
showed the undoubted misconduct ml u ll1lCt 0 o C the thedeendaaau tiledel thedeteadarais
deendaaau del James S S EasurSmfttk sent asxtspoil MXfor sentspoke
spoil for the lief defoaso aad t C fA 1 m a tat ta taat taatlasted dsstlaMed
lasted eel over aa hour thrusc rus aside lUllNea lUllNeapart a apert grant grantpart
part of the evidence brought by tin tinprosecution tIIItJIOIHIdIdon theen
prosecution JIOIHIdIdonAttorney prosecutionAttorney en enAttorney
Attorney Beadheim Be cJhel dosed the ease ae for forthe torU forthe
the U prosecution in a carefully caret areaar Jftpar prepersi prepersiaddress > l laddress
address In which be dwelt on the main malapoints mainpoints
points of the evidence derogatory to the theo1ePa theetftcers
etftcers 0 With the conclusion of ormtftt his argu argument argumeat ¬
meat the case was placed l In the bands of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the trial board It is probable that a de decision de decision dccisloit ¬
cision will not be rendered ed for about two twoweeks twoweek tnowecka
weeks weeksThe weekTIle weckaThe
The morning session opeaed with 1th the thetestimony tilet8t1R1OilY thetestimony
testimony of P B McCodae cCochle who stated statedthat ataWt1that statedthat
that he had been in the employ of several severalrailroads lleftralratitcMI4B severalrailroads
railroads during the past twenty years yearsand 7fJIII8aa4 Yeatsand
and that although be took aa active part partin putIn partin
in the attempts made to rescue the victim vtetIIahe victimhe victimhe
he saw w no Interference on the part of Ute thopolice Utepollee thepolice
police and heard no profanity G L 1 Hal Helfling H Hftlng Hallung
fling an insurance collector made aa Im Important haportent M MportaDt ¬
portent witness for the defense He Hestated Hestated Hestated
stated that he heard an order given by byCane b7Cap bycapt
Cane Matthews to allow railroad men menwho nteDwhe menwho
who wished to assist in the rescue of ofMurphy ofMUrpftT ofMurphy
Murphy to pass through the lines Upon Uponbeing Uponbring Uponbeing
being questioned by the prosecuting at attorney attOMlfJ attorney ¬
torney the witness said that as soon as ashe ashe ashe
he heard that charges were to be prefer preferred preferred ter terred ¬
red against the officer he went to the theFourth thEFovrt theFourth
Fourth precinct station and gave pv the thesame theme themine
same statement that he gave yesterday yesterdayin
in tli Ut8e the courtroom Urtrooln It is understood that thatAttorney thatAttonaey thatAttorney
Attorney J T S S EasbySmlth will not raise raisea
a question < of the competency of Inspector InspectorCross Ins InspectorCross tor torCIOM
Cross sitting in judgment on the case It Itthe Itthe itthe
the previous report of that omcer does doesnot doesnot doesnot
not include recommendations relative to totbe tltbe tothe
tbe final disposition of 0 the case by the themajor t theulajor e eI
major and superintendent w ntendent of police policeJAPANESE policeI policeJAPANESE
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Thin Till Cloth ClothS
S Kann Sons ft Co offer bargains I8AI to tomorrow to tomorro tomorrow ¬
morrow morro IH Japanese e silks in all the beau beautiful 1HJautllul beantiful ¬
tiful light evening eenl colors cors and a 1 street streetshades streetshades streetshades
shades also This is a well known silk
75 per cent t of it being beI the pure Japanese Japanesesttk Japanesesilk o osilk
silk aad the other 28 per cent flax flaxIn axIn liarIn
In the high grade allsHfc department departmentthere departml1tthere departmentthere
there are some wonderful wond < f1l1 bargains also ateoTheres alsoTheres alsoTheres
Theres a large stock of suits and coats coatsadvertisedd coatsadvertlsedd coatsadvertisedd
advertisedd for tomorrows selling at a afourth afourth afourth
fourth and more less than the usual usualprice usualprice usualprice
price The coats are the favorite long longfifiyincn tongftftyInlh longflftyInvli
fifiyincn styles in fitted and halffitted halffittedbacks ba1flttedbecks halffittedbacks
backs becks and nd many tourists ta coats are re also ateonamed alsonamed alsonamed
named In the list and there are hand handsome hand1O bandScene ¬
some 1O velvet suits Its and tailored suits suft In an anendless anendl anendhos
endless endl array rnt of materials and andstYleB andstYleBAmong styles stylesAmong stylesAmong
Among other dress noveltieg are the theexquisite theexquisite theexquisite
exquisite black spangled 8a t1ed net robes robesIndian robesIndian I IIn
Indian In lan bead trimming silver cloth clothtrimming clothtrtmmlng clothtrimming
trimming and a a new aluminum almh m trimming trimmingare
are three of the new fade fa 8 and fancies in inthis Inthis IntIlls
this line There are many man other oth kinds kindsadvertised klootradvertl kindsadvertised
advertised ed and each one is a beauty m mItself In InItself inItself
Itself ItselfWomen ItselfVomeR ItselfWomen
Women are growing wln exceedingly exee infly partic particular particular particular ¬
ular about the set of the underwear as asUiat ASthat asthat
that In a large measure determines the thegraceful theacotul thegraceful
graceful contour of the figure Slender Slenderness Slenderness Slenderness
ness is the dominant note and union unionsuits unionsuIts unionsuits
suits are advertised aAher advertia d as a particularly particularlyadapted particularlyadapted particularlyadapted
adapted to give this effect One item of ofspecial ofpedal ofspecial
special interest to the women W of Wash Washington Wullton Washlagton ¬
ington ton and vicinity lg the announcement announcementof Itnnotl t tGf
of the prize Priz contests contestas a doll dressing dres lng con conteat conteet conteat
teat in December next t anct ant an an art needle needlework needlework needlework ¬
work contest In February next nextThere nextThere nextThere
There are many other items In the ad advertising aderl18ln advtrtlSing ¬
vertising erl18ln pages or f this firm which whle there thereis therefa thereIs
is not room reo to mention here hereGold hereGolel hereGo11
Gold FiNh Taken TuJ cn Away AwayFriends A AwayFriends Wl WlFrieuds
Friends of the the gold flan and paradise paradisefish paradl paradisefish e efiah
fish that spend their summer at the theWhite theWhite theWhlte
White House will have to go to the theFish theFish theFish
Fish Commission If they wish to see seetheir seetheir ee eethlr
their finny acquaintances any more this thisfall thisrn thisfall
fall or winter The fish have gone ne Into Intoretirement Intoretirement Intoretirement
retirement for the winter win tor in order to avoid avoidth avoidt avoidtIle
th t tIle impending inclement weather They Theywere Theywere Theywere
were all scooped out of the pools yester yesterday yesterday ester esterdBJ ¬
day while whll a throng of people looked on onEany onany onttany
Eany any newcomers were found ia the thebasins thebasins thebasins
basins especially among the colony that thatlived thatJIved thatlived
lived in the pool at the east entrance ta tathe tlltbe tothe
the White House
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aF The largest and best bestconstructed bestconstructed
1 STORAGE constructed fireproof stor storage storage storage
age building in the city
840 separate separate locked com compartments compartments cornpartrnents ¬
partments for furniture furnitureSeparate furnitureSeparate furnitureSeparate
Separate rooms for Pianos Works of Art ArtTrunks ArtTrunks ArtTrunks
Trunks and Luggage LuggageBurglarproof LuggageI LuggageBurglarproof
Burglarproof vaults for the safekeeping safekeepingof
I of silverware and other valuables valuablesWomen valuablesVomens valuablesWomens
Women Vomens s waitingroom electric elevators elevatorsThe elevatorsThe I IThe
The most centrally centrally located storage stor ge house in inthe inthe inthe
the city citywithin within a block of all car lines linesRooms linesRooms linesRooms
Rooms holding ihorse wagon wagon waoii load per permonth permonth
month 200 to S250 S250Rooms 250 250Rooms I I IRooms
Rooms holding 2horse van an load l ad per month monthfo monthi
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400 400Largei fo oo ooLarger °
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Larger rooms at special prices pricesPianos pricesI s sPianos
I Pianos 100 month Trunks soc socFurniture socFurniture I IFurniture
Furniture and General Household Goods GoodsMOVED GoodswrOVED GoodsMOVED
MOVED in padded vans by experienced experiencedmovers experiencedmoversalso experiencedmoversalso
movers moversalso also PACKED and SHIPPED to toany toany toany
any part of the world Estimates and full fullinformation fullinformation fullinformation
information furnished upon application applicationl
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hi To the home it adds greater comfort and andconvenience andconvenience andconvenience
convenience and nd soon becomes to be looked lookedupon lookedupon lookedII
II upon as beh beitg bei g almost indispensable indispensableMay indispensableMay indispensableMay
May we te t1 ti you ou more about it itContract itPotomac itPotomac
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I have all the approved painless methods used u d by b reputable dentists dentistsand dentistsand dentistsand
and I do not claim the th impossible
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