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Criminal C til11inal AcMoji AiuiAgainstOffi AiuiAgainstOfficinis Oll Against gaillst Offi Officials ¬
cials ia1s of Standard Tlamidcl TlamidclHADLEY Tlthrn1ItADLEY Plalllu
Attorney tt rucy den General eiaera1 era of ofMIs4ourl lliattonri Ijllcoly Ijllcolyta L1ko1 L1ko1to n cl clto
to Be A ukcil ko l to 10 Assist A slHt die Federal FederalProsecutors FetlernlPnuccutors FederalProseentor
Prosecutors if Suits Are Started at atSt ntSt atSt
St Louis 1aouieMorrIsnii Morrison and Kelloffs Kelloffsat I cnog cnogAt
at the Department Dcp tDtct of Justice JusticeCriirinal JusticeCrhrinal Jut1ce Jut1ceCr1nind
Criirinal proceedings pro roceedIns against the offl offltrs 0 0Lrs 0111crs
trs tlf f the th Standard OH trust It 1 1a 1 un unif unhstjpd untI
tI < hstjpd if stood were considered at a conference conferenceifd COIIfereneehpld c0nfeineeIMd
hpld ifd at it the Department of Justice yester yesterday 7e8teray yetertiay ¬
day l sy > y Attorney General Moody hM hMassistant hfal h1 h1ss1stat
assistant l sishHlt Milton D Purdy and C c B BAlorrison B Borrtl aMorrhon
Alorrison orrtl n and F B ll Kellogg the two twoipeeia1 tw twjdal twocla1
ipeeia1 cla1 prosecuting attorneys atto Y8 who will wttlhave willIlave wIlthave
have charge < arge of the cases casesSenator calWsSenatr easesSen3tr S
Senator Knox was also at the Depart epartlII DepsZtiii i iintent
intent lII nt during the day d and it is i saM 5M went wentur weDtuUr wentover
ur the brief with the Attorney Gen Genral GeAr Genr31
ral r l
OHM 0 n Be Imprisoned Imprisonedit
it t has ben the Presidents PrCJ ident desire eIre to tojrike t ti tosrie
jrike i c a i crushing blow at this corporation corporationS
Yie i S papers pa l pei in the equity proceedings look looking looking looklug ¬
ing to the dissolution of the th trust trust have haveJeen haveteen ve veJ
Jeen J teen t n passed p 5O upcn and accepted a Th Thqtestkni The 11Ifqwstklll TheIestkfl
qtestkni now is whether two actions actionsshould actIouI actionsiuld
should I iuld tdd I maintained The Sherman anii aniiut U ULt tlS
S ut law a aw w makes it a misdemeanor for formy forinypcson forny
my inypcson ny p js < rson found foundguilty guiity of entering Into Intony Inton intonv
ny n nv contract in inr restraint of trade or te teattempt mt
t > attempt atttn pt to monopolize trade to the theistraint theSt
istraint 1 St t rain t of commerce The penalty m mrich In Inh Inch
< rich ch h case Col is a fine of not to exceed exceedone 1M 1Mone J JtS >
tS > one year imprisonment or both bothYesterdays bothYesterdays bothYeoterdays
Yesterdays conference closed at dusk d1l8kwithout duskwithout duskwithout
without a decision having been reached reachedit
it 1 t is learned that a postponement was waslakea waslaken wastaken
taken until Monday when the question questionwill questloaw1l questionw
will w II again be taken under consideration COft5Iderattoni
1 1 is i siL4 by a high authority that there thereis thereis thereis
is littlE doubt Wit ut t that criminal proceed proceedings proeee41g proceediflt ¬
ings iflt 1g vitf ctU ut be begun iagaittst nst JWm hn D Dimckeftaer Dokftner DI
imckeftaer I and all other omcers of the thestandard tilefDnd1Hl theStindard
standard Oil Company and against onV onVrs 06rs 0 0I
> I rs of the WatersPierce Company and andiihfr adtWT andhr
iihfr tWT concerns concernsNVC oncemHave
Have V8rIior V rl5or on C Case Caselhe CnseThe sc scThe
The gorernment ft has prepared ered aI fts it ease easeiaainst eueI ae aeaiest
iaainst I a aiest I ftSt the oil trust with unusual ere enrevith eareWith ereWith
With the recent experience with Wit the beef beeftrust beetru beeftrust
trust ru t at Chicago fresh in their minds mindsi mindshe
i he h ofltetajs at the Department t of Justice Justicehave Justicea Justicehare
have a w worked for two months with un unf 1mt antLgglng
t tLgglng f igging Lggln seal and extraordinary e caution cautionThoy cautionThy
Thy Th > y believe they have plugged up u ev evTV eYry cvry
ry loophole of escape e lid they are re con conndont COD111nt conX4lent
ndont that the proceeding to be begun fas fasfew Iafew infew
few days to dissolve the treat tr will re reilt re reI Z ZIlt
ilt I in victory for the t1ae government gorernmentIt
It J t is understood that the action will wffli wiltbIJfl
i begun fan Ip the United States courts st stst attS t tt
st t tS Louis and that Assistant Attorney AttorneyOcnpnU AtteIDeYntnlJ Attorneynfra1
OcnpnU ntnlJ Purdy PunI will have have charge of the thewhich tIMwhich these5
se5 which it is bettered believed will become becomeS
S n W 4S < of the most notable legal batties bat fat fathistory InS
I > history of the jioveratheet goveraneat ar8eet ar8eetHi Morrison Morrisonnd errIson errIsonui
nd Hi Kellogg will assist to ia the prosecu prosecuAn proeecun proeecuI4Q osecu osecun oseculIn4ley
lIn4ley I4Q 1in lIeI lIeIn help >
An n intimation has been given that At Atorroy At1Jr Atfl5T5
orroy 1Jr General GSfl Hadley of Missouri who whoon whon whowtfl
wtfl on n renown riown5 riown5in in a Micccsaful comfu1 battle battlecainst 1IattJeain8tlhe battleS
S cainst ain8tlhe 4Iflt the oil trust may be called to tossibt tois tos
ssibt is s l the government The headquar headquarof
of the WatersPleree 011 Company ComJaJI7t is isst iot
st t Louis Lou1 It was s Attorney General Generali
J i ldl lUivy y who in ate vigorous Inerqi prosecution pronecudonf > prosecutionabuses
f abuses 1 lubtu nfci State late Ite fused the rOdUC rOdUCin > i roduc roduci
i a in court of the books of the Stand Standni stIuHIr
ni r I Oil Company by which bleb he proved provedltt JIOvedI
ltt I il 1 t the t e Missouri concern was owned by
truat truatit trt1tit trujti
it i t is understood undst that the conference conferencetveen COJIfe1Wlae8t conferencesween
tveen t ween tln the Attorney General and his hisn bJsJIothusters histbust
n JIothusters tbust busters will continue tomorrow tomorrowsenator tomorrownatorKDOXO tomorrowwttor
senator natorKDOXO wttor Knox Knoxof of Pennsylvania who who whotlrn as astirney
tirney tlrn 1 racy y General General Gcac forced f the dissolution dissolutionthf
r tim t hi Northera X ort he1ll
Securities 8ecuftj Cosspaay ell T7 con conrrcd coned coned
rrcd ed with the tlaeAUoIDey Attorney General yeater yestery
y > It is understood that thathe he was shown shownPT 8bowapy shownpy
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PrW Price e of r Silver A hancIHg AolvnelagSF
r SF i S Director of the Mint purchased purchasedounces purchasedounces I
1 I ounces of silver
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PosMcsHlon of Property PropertyI FroIertWJUtam PropertyWilliam
I William E I Gatton Gt n former proprietor of ofthe orthe ofthe
the sateen property at 900 L street south sowthj aoutbeat southmet
j east yesterday filed a suit in the District DistrictSupreme DlatrlctSupreme DistrictSupreme
Supreme Court for oi an Injunction to pre prevent prevent pvcvent ¬
vent the United UnitedStatN State Marshal from ex executing exeeutiac cxecuting ¬
ecuting a writ of restitution for th tl prop propi property propcr17
i erty Issued by Justice JUstice of the Peace StrW StrWr StrldIn Strklin
r in a suit for tOr the possession of the theproperty theproper17 theproperty
property by Louise e M IIIt G Gecotbor GecotborIt w ther therIt
It is claimed by Mr Gatton that he ap appealed ap appealed appealed ¬
pealed from rout the judgment of Justice of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Peace Strtder and also furnished furnishedthe furnishedthe ed edthe
the the required ulred bond He claims that the thecase theeue thecase
case is now down for trial In the District DistrictSupreme Dl8trtctSupreme DistrictSupreme
Supreme Court Court and that it is therefore thereforei tbereforeout thereforeout
i out of the jurisdiction j of Strider Not Notwithstanding NotwltJlstaJldI NotwIthstanding
withstanding wltJlstaJldI this fact it is alleged allegedStrider allegedStrider ed edStrtd
Strider Strtd < issued the writ of restitution restitutionI restitutlo11whleh restitutionwhich
I which the marshal is about bout to execute executeChief executeChief executeChief
Chief Justice Ciabaugh directed that a arui arule arule
rui rule be issued requiring the marshal to toshew toCU8e toshow
show cause next Flrday why the Injunc Injunction JDJwaetIon kJuncflea ¬
tion should not be granted grantedPORTY grantedFORTY grantedFORTY
Villinm Lniuliorn Dies in Hospital HospitalAntonio IImCIJltnlAntonio 1lOslitalAntonio
Antonio Maluati Dead DeadAe Deadu DeadAa
Ae the result It of a surgical w operation operationWilliam operaUouWlDIaaR operationWiIIim
William Lambent Lam Lamlorn rn died di yesterday at noon noonin hOODba noonIn
in the Homeopathic Hospital Mr Lam Lamborn Lambon Lamborn
born had been for more than forty years yearsan yearsi yearsan
i an employe of the Treasury Trea ury Department Departmenthaving DepartmentI Departmenthaving
having been appointed to that position positionshortly poIIItkmshortly positionshortly
I shortly after the civil war in which he heserved heerved heserved
served as a volunteer from Illinois IllinoisThe nUnoiaI 1ThnO1ZThe
I The operation from which wbl b Mr Lamborn Lambontdied LambornI Lamborndied
I died was made necessary by the arising arisingof arisingof
I of sudden complications In his hi disease diseaseat diseaseat ea5e ea5eI
I at a time when 1Ien he e was enjoying compar comparatively comparathely ¬
I atively good health He was sixtyeight sixtyeightyears stxtYelcbtI sixtyeightIcare
years old and a native of Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaHe I
I He leaves a wife and four children who whoreside wooruide whottlde
reside at 1519 S street et < northwest northwestMAY northwestI northwestJ1AY
White House Issues Ban on Repeti Repetition Repetition Repetition ¬
tion of Conversation ConversationI
I I II IUtmnn
IK I Usually Utmnn 3Hsnnotcd JIlStlnotetlRegpOnMlble JIlStlnotetlRegpOnMlbleI Responsible ResponsibleOnly
Only for Public utterances nnd nndWritten nndrltten andWritten
Written rltten Statements StatementsWhfle StntemeutH1VbIIeJIG StatementsWhile
While 1VbIIeJIG no official explanation te obtain ontainabfe obtaJDaI obtainabI
abfe abI as to the reason for the hove of this thisstatement t tt thisstatement
statement t there b no Mystery about It ItIt ItIt itIt
It te not aimed at anybody In particular particularbut parUeularbut particularbut
but is designed merely as a warning to tosome toscene 1
some people who have sought to give e the theimpression tbf4Imp theimpression
impression Imp that they were empowered by byMr bMr bybit
Mr Roosevelt Reoeev t to make announcements announcementsof
of important im t policies contemplated by byhim IJJI byhim
I him or to express a his views Tlew on various varioussubjects Yrlouanbjects varioussubjects
subjects of public ubllc interest The TheJfteIrt state statement statenent ¬
ment was prepared about bout a year ago agowhen agowhen
when somebody mebod attempted to quote words wordsspoken 1fOId8speken wordsspoken
spoken to him by the President Pr and got gothte frotI gothis
I tats own ideas mixed with those of Mr MrRoosevelt MrRoosevelt
1 Roosevelt But the President relented relentedafter relentedafter ted tedafter
after the statement was Wa written and did didnot didi didnot
not give It to the press Mr Roosevelt Roosevelttalks oo8eyfltIaJka Roosevelttalks
talks freely l with Wit people whom he knows knowsor knowsor knowsor
or who come to him properly accredited accreditedWhat aeeftdlteclWhat accreditedWhat
What he objects to as the statement statementshows 8ta statementshows mcnt mcnthows
shows Is an attempt to put his Informal Informaloral laformaloral informaloral
oral words in quotation oD marks with withmemory withme1Ory withmemory
memory alone as a guide guideA guideA guideA
A dosen or more copies of the state statement statemeat statemeat ¬
meat issued yesterday have been prepared preparedat pre preat
at the White House and some of them themwftl themwill themwill
will be handed out every once te a white whiteif wblleIf whileit
if occasion warrants just to remind those thosewho tllo8ewIlD thosewho
who talk with wfthtbe the President that they thaywill theJwmDe theywill
will wmDe be wise if they tM use the third 1 person personwhen erwcmwbeta personwhen
when they are attempting D to tell what be behas bebaa heM
has M said to fnem fnemSAVED hem hemSAVED hemSAVED
Joseph aicFllllns Check Get Him HimInto JIJmInto hUmInto
Into Serious Trouble TroubleBut TronlJleBat TroubleBut
But for the timely assistance of a loving lovingsister ImDltrlater lovingsister
sister Joseph McFillin who for the post postweek putweek pastweek
week has been living Jtin In luxury in one of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the local hotels might be reposing po today todaybehind toda7btoblDd iadaybehind
behind the bars barsYesterday banYesterday barsYesterday
Yesterday morning McFillin Inquired as asto asto asto
to the Mae of Ate sill and finding that It Ithad kbad fthad
had assumed rather large proportions proportionsdrew proporUoasd proportionsdrew
drew d a check for S72 and asked for a aceipt r rceipt rceipt
ceipt He likewise had a check for foreashed 0 0casbed 20 20cashed
cashed and buying a paper chose an aneasy aneasy aneasy
easy chair ta the lobby seemingly content contentThe coatenTIle contentThe
The checks were drawn on a bank in inRapid InRapid InEad
Rapid City S D and Dd on telegraphing telegraphingthere t ttheft telegraphingthere
there the hotel authorities found that Mc McFillin XcFlilin McPlum ¬
Fillin Plum had no account accoun t They The notined the thedetective thedeteetiye thedetective
detective bureau and in a half boor De Detective DetectlTe DotetIve ¬
tective OBrien bad the man in custody custodyMcFillin custodyJlcFJUtn custodyMcFllhIn
McFillin telegraphed t his sister in PfcRadel PfcRadelphi PlllladelPh1 PhftadelPhiL
phi PhiL who made good the money before beforenoon bPforenoon beforenoon
noon and the case was dropped droppedIOCKER dro droLOCKER droppedLOCKER
Chevy liery Chnse Club Will 111 Have IIn Xo XoMore SoJlor NoIort
More Jlor Iort Trouble I ttnhIe with Maryland MarylandThe JlnrlonclThe MarylandThe
The lacker er system will go Into effect effectat dfectt effectat
at t the Chevy Chase Club today This Thtete ais Thisis
is intended to comply o with the law as the theMaryland tbeMaryland theMaryland
Maryland authorities Interpreted It It There Therehas Therebas Therehas
has been mere or less a friction on this thisscore lh lh8COIe thisseore
score for some months tba Chevy Chase is teJust isJust isJust
Just across the line and the Montgomery MontgomeryCounty 1Ientsoaaery 1IentsoaaeryC MentgoasryCounty
County C uBty Officiate are very alert in looking lookingafter IooItIncafter lookingafter
after any an possible violation of the liquor Honorlaw liquoraw liquorlaw
law lawNeither
Neither the popular club tub nor any ny of its itsmembers Itsmernbft1I itsmembers
members would admit for fora a moment 1DOIIletIt that thatthere tlIatthfore thatthere
there has been n any n7 lawbreaking < in the theorganisation tileabaUon theorganization
organization abaUon Refreshments have been ob obtaiqaMe obtallI ohtamable
tamable I as m III every club t The locker HJoekeraptem lockersystem lockersystem
system means that each member ber win winprovide Winprovtde willprovide
provide for Ids own needs as at his own ownhome cnmIIome ownMrs
home home3Irs IIomeJlrs
Mrs A V SiirngrneM Sllru l1cH Will Vill Piled PiledUnder Fl1 FiledInder c1 c1Glider
Under the terms of the will of Abigail AbigailVance AbigailVance U UVJIee
Vance Spragne dated August t 1MB 1tI and andBled udlied andflied
Bled yesterday all her personal property propertygoes rt780M propertygoes
goes to her daughters Helen Vance Tay Taylor TaTor Tayher ¬
her Virginia Vance Richmond her herJoseph son sonJoseph sonJoseph
Joseph Alexander Vance and her niece nieceLucy nIeoeLucy aloneLucy
Lucy Sprague Sp Wickham Frank and andCharles andClJa andCharles
Charles ClJa s her sons are remembered remfmbet with withMl witheach withsia
sia Ml each while Mary Vance Jones and andWillis aMIills andWillis
Willis Iills R R Vance her grandchildren are to toreceive torecehe toreceive
receive 1fJO 1909 1AK apiece piece Another thousand thousanddollars tbousaeddollars thousanddollars
dollars goes to the executors excu on Ro Rob Robert rt W WTaylor WTyIor WTaylor
Taylor her soninlaw and aid J Alexander AlexanderVance AIODAderVaRCf A1exa A1exaVance
Vance her son to be held in trust for forher forher forher
her grandson Vance Richmond RichmondNew RkhmoncLNew RichmondNew
New Notes and Coin CoiI1Provided CoiI1Providedin Provided Providedin
in Ladies Banking Department DepartmentAMERICAN DepartmentAJERICAN DepartmentAMERICAN
Interest Paid on Deposits Dep sits Subject Subjectto
to Check at Will WillGHARIiES WillJBELLPicsTdent Vill VillCHAR
GHARIiES CHAR ES J JBELLPicsTdent BELL President PresidentNorthwest Prcs dcnt dcntNort
Northwest Nort west Corner cqrn r of ofFifteenth ofFiFtC ofFiftoenh
Fifteenth FiFtC nili and Pennsylvania Pennsy vanil Avenue VOfHC
IR BROOKES OKES BROKEN uP uPHusbaud 11 11lliisbtuid
Husband Now No Seeks to Have HaTeHis HaveIDs Have115is
His Wife Tjf Come C0111cHo Home HomeEIGHT HonieLIGHT ne neL1GIIT
J 1Ohief
Chief Justice Clnbnn Clnbnugh h ANnuines the theRole theRole theRole
Role of Peacemaker and Orders OrdersCouple OrlerNCOnlIe OrdersCouple
Couple to Try Tr nUll Reconcile Their TheirDIlTerencc TheirDIffcrcnccsAlIto TheirDifferencesAuto
DIffcrcnccsAlIto DIlTerencc Auto Ride Figures in inAiiNiver intun inAnswer
Answer tun er to Wonmns 01l10nlI Suit SnltCupid SuitCupid SuitCupid
Cupid is trying trySn with might and mala to toagain t tapln t tagain
again bring brl together toseth r two hearts that tJn t have havedrifted ItaTerlttec1 havedrifted
drifted apart apartChief apartChief part partChlet
Chief Justice Ciabaugh yesterday yeslerdllyla yeslerdllylastrueted In Instructed instructed ¬
structed W H HOlloway attorney attorn for forMrs torMJL forMrs
Mrs Mae S Brooke and Ralph P PBarnard PBarnard PBarnard
Barnard attorney for William Irvin InrinBrookes IrrlltBrooke IrvinDrookes
Brookes Brooke allegations Aled yesterday said saidwife Sklwife raidwife
wife for a limited JIJId divorce on Uw ground groundof grnU1tclor groundof
of cruelty to make every eftgrt efft to bring bringabout brl brlaIIout bringabout
about a reconciliation between Mr 11 an and anlMra andMrs < 1 1Mrs
Mrs Brooke BrookeThe BrookeThe BroolteThe
The case case was up for a hearing he rlng yester yesterday yeslfrda7 yesterday ¬
day but was continued until November Novemberwhen NovemberSo
38 when R will be heard In open court courtThe courtThe courtThe
The court directed Mr fr Brooke to pay 1t 1tweekly 10 10weekly 1 1weekly
weekly alimony to his wife if until that thatdate thatdate thatdate
date Mr Brookes Brooke attorney guaranteeing guaranteeingthe r1It1UI r1It1UItIae
the payment paymentAfter P8ymefttAfter paymentAfter
After a honeymoon of a short duration durationMrs tIuratioa1ra durationrs
Mrs rs Brooke filed gait m lit the District Dl8t et Su Supreme a am Snpromo ¬
promo Court eurt against her husband for a alimited alimited aUmited
limited divorce charging him with cruel cruelty cruelly cruelty ¬
ty and habitual drunkenness dnmken e8S and other otherhuman oUKrhuman otherhuman
human shortcomings shortcomingsMr OIttOIDt OIttOIDtJlr
Mr Brooke rooJe In Reply ReplyMr RepI RepIXI ReplyMr
Mr Brook Broo in his answer to t Mrs MrsBrookes M MBrooke MrsBrookes
Brookes allegations flied yesterday raid BRtdthat BRMtbat raidthat
that be was a resident re of Rockvllle Md MdHe MdHe MdHe
He admits having vIa contracted a a marriage marriagewith marriqewith marriagewith
with his wife as stated by her Mr MrBrook MrBfooke MrBrookg
Brook Bfooke alleges that on the night of Sep September spteat Soptembea ¬
tember teat 9 last he and his wife lfo and Sam Samuel Sam1Ie1 Samaol ¬
aol J Jordan rode n u > RockvHIe in Inutomoblle an anautomobile snautomobile
automobile to attend a dance He claims claimsthat cl claimsthat JIIS JIISthat
that on the way to Rockvflle he occupied occupieda oecueda
a front seat his wife 1fIfe lfe and Jordan occu occupying occuPJin occupying ¬
pying PJin the other tber Jordan JonIaD according to toBrookes toBrooke toBrookei
Brookes Brooke allegation placed His arm armabout anaabout annabout
about Mrs Brooke BrookeBrooke BrookeBrooke BrookeBrooke
Brooke ordered the automobile stopped stoppedand MoppedaDd stoppedand
and asked Jordan to exchange echaJlwJth places placeswith placeswith
with with him On a subsequent t ride to Mont Montrose lalr6 MastriSee
rose r6 from RockviUe Brooke says y that thathis tJMLthi thathis
his wife 1fe sat in the lap of Jordan holding holdinghis hoIdllllrIds holdingbin
his hand during the whole time timeBrooke timeBNoke thneBrooke
Brooke claims eJ cla1m ma that on their arrival 111 at attheir attWr attheir
their home SB 2S New Ne York avenue north northwest DCMtkthat northwest ¬
west that night his hi wife upbraided him himfor bbafor bitefoi
for exchanging seats while blle they were wereout wereout woreout
out riding She became angry an Brooke Brookesaid BftIOkeIaI4 Brooiiesaid
said talked loud and tried to scratch scratchhis IICI1ItdIhis scratchhis
his face face which bleb Mr 1 Brooke thought was wasaltogether wasr wasaltogether
altogether r unnecessary unnecessaryTltrew usuecessaryThrew tc tcTkJew
Threw Pitcher nt t Him HimBrooke 111mBrooIre himBrooks
Brooke even went eat as far as to interest interestfriends ht htfrten interestfriends
friends in his little domestic squabble squabbleand tMUItbMeJWI squabbleand
and when they tbe went to her home to make makeup keup makeup
up Mrs Brooke Brooke so her husband declares declarespicked dec decpteked declarespicked
picked op a water pitcher pt laer and nd attempted attemptedto ttemptedtft
to strike him over the head with it It He Hethought Hetboupt Hethought
thought this was also entirely uncalled uncalledfor UftC11edfor uncalledfor
for and not ladylike ladylikeThe ladUkeThe ladylikeThe
The Idea of choking his darling wife wifenever wifenovel 1Ce 1CeDeYer
never occurred to Mr Brooke and in his hisrespect IdaJe81MIQt hisrespect
respect he b contradicts Mrs 11I Brooke flat flatfooted Iatfooted listfooted
footed The charge made by his Wife Wifeagainst WifeapIaat wifeagainst
against him of using vile and abusive abusivelanguage abuslvlanguage bulyeIan
Ian language to her Is denied On the con contrary COIIUU7r contrary
trary UU7r Mr Broqke says he always treated treatedher treatedher
her as a gentleman en1e1flfl tJeman and as a husbmnd h hushoodshould husbmndshould ttlimcllIbould
should treat his wife wifeJealousy wifeJealousy 1 1JeaIeu8Y
Jealousy seems soom to have entered the thehappy tilebapp7 thehappy
happy household of f the Brooks lor Mr MrBrooke MrBrooke r rBrooke
Brooke claims daJ that Samuel J Jordan Ua was wasa wasa
a former suitor of f his wife end had previ IIieriou pteviously previously ¬
ou ously been displaced In her affections by byhim byhim
him After Mr Brooke had taken thewter thewater the thewater
water pitcher away awa from vote her which she sheintended abeIntended sheIntended
intended to use on his cranium cran sad after aftertrying aftertrying rter rtertr71n
trying < his best to make up fIId ad Uss 1cbII10Ylal ee as a aloving aloving
loving husband should under shellac cir circumstances drbla dr drewustances ¬
cumstances his beloved wife he bespat says saysspat saylspat
spat in his face faceThese facThese faceThese
These are serious allegations but Mr MrBrooke XrBrooke MrBluoke
Brooke so sets them forth m ba baIU his answerIlls answer answerIlis
Ills wife thereupon left htm 11Im and sent sentword Hfttword sentword
word that she he did not love him and never neverhad aeverbad neverhad
had loved him that she be hated him hi and andthat aDdthat andthat
that she was never coming back to live livewith liTewltb livewith
with him any mo moM moNaM meHas
M Has Room Ready Rena for Her HerAs IIcrI 11crAs
I As for abusing a his wifefar be e e It Mr MrBrooke froI MrBroeke
Brooke says that would be absolutely 1IteIy Im Impossible ImpoeIIbIe hapossible ¬
possible that he never no never old On Onthe Ontile Onthe
the contrary Mr Brooke says that be liea has hasa hasa
a nice room for her and the light ra tI the thewindow thewindow thewindow
window shining for her all the time and andhe andhe nd ndbe
he wants her to come back k for he says saysthe saysthe 18 18the
the room Is completely furnished furnishedTwo fund8laedTwo furnishedTwo
Two or three t drinks do not constitute constitutean
an n habitual drunkard Mr MrBroIe MrBroIehe Brooke says sayshe zashe
he furthermore alleges aI that he knows knowsperfectly DoWSperfectly Juiewaperfectly
perfectly well what he te doing and talk talking taIkloe ralkleg ¬
leg about after Imbibing DC two or three threeglasses tllftesta threeglasses
glasses It was claimed by Mrs Brooke Brookethat DNoIrethat eoke eokethat
that she earned sat 10 a week as telephone telephoneoperator teJepboMoperator telephoneoperator
operator at t the Arlington ArU R Hotel Hot before beforeshe beforebe beforeshe
she be set eyes on Brooke and he wooed wooedher wooedher 00Cd 00Cdher
her Into wedlock TIllS is denied by her herhusband berhusband herhusband
husband who says 8 that she only oat I received reeetedAs receivedAs
7 As for being without means meaM Mr MrBrooke MrBroolre MrBrooke
Brooke says he cannot understand how howthai be bethai boilthat
thai could be unlace she squandered ered the themoney themoDfY themoney
money he has given her on various TaJ1o oc occasions oeCoab1oas cccablons ¬
casions casionsMr Coab1oasXI cablonsMr
Mr Brooke has to worry along aJen on a ayearly titarly ayearly
yearly arly Income of between 1 1 and I Ind l41Sand UM UMand
and nd not HW6 Jibl as stated by his beloved belovedwife belondwife belovedwits
wife And at that Uat Mr Brooke says a sais he hehas 1Iehas behas
has to wait three months before he can candraw caudraw candraw j
draw any money the income being beln paid paidquarterly paidquarterly paidquarterly
quarterly quarterlyPlIllur
Willing to ainke Jlnl e Up UpThere nile nileTlafle lTi lTiThere
There are a number n of other dentals dentalsand denialsand enllsaM
and allegations as regard regar4 his wires be behavtor be be1taftor beltaekn
havtor on the day of the Ut parade e of the theSpanish theSpeudsb theSpanish
Spanish War Veterans a breakfast at atBuMs atBu atBudda
BuMs Bu on KhUh mat street a copy of the theJCew tltef1lf theNew
New f1lf York Telegraph St Patrick PatrickChurch PtrfckCareh PatheksChurch
Church and a ear ride to Rockrille RockrilleWinding pockYf pockYfWl RockvlhleWinding
Winding Wl dln < up Ms lint of answers Mr MrBrooke MrBrooke lr lrBrooke
Brooke again says that he Is willing to totake totake totake
take his wife back to the rooms at atNew atif atqew
New if rtt York avenue aven northwest and treat treather treatber treather
her as his wife wifeThe wileThe wifeThe
The court will hear th tM ease on No November November Noember ¬
vember X 3 i and until that date Mr Brooke Brookewill Breolewin Breokewill
will have to pay his wife H alimony aflmonyper alhooDYper alimonypry i
per week weekHoward weekI weekIfoUd weekHoward
I Howard Broadus Broad yesterday applied for fora fordivoJC fora
a divorce from hte wife Georgian GeorgianBroadus Geor8iaaaBoacIU8 GeorgiansBroadus
Broadus whom be charges c ea with infidelity
They were married in Manas M Manassas Vs VsJanuary YIL VaJanuary
I January 4 4 1S82 188nd and there are four ebB children CbSdreL ¬
i dren clreaI
Italian Contractor Dic DlcI Dies DiesThe DicThe
I The death of one of Washingtons W sbw1tous old oldest ol oleat oldeat ¬
eat citisens occurred Thursday night nightwhen nightwbeD nightwhen
when Antonie aton 4ntonlo + Mamati succumbed to bean beanfailure bearttalltIIe heartfilltre
failure at Ids home 712 Bast Capitol Capitolstreet Capitol8treet capitolstreet
street streetMr 8treetir streethtr <
Mr Malnati was born in Italy but came cameto camer cameto
r to ihte h1s country thirtyeight years ago agoand ago1 ago1and
and and has for many years been be n engaged in inthe IntJIe inthe
the contracting business at Fifth and V Vstr Vstreets T Tstreets
streets str northeast The deceased d had been beensuffering beensufterbag beensuffering
suffering for some time as the result of ofan ofaD ofan
an old operation from which he never neverentirely neverent1r neverentirely
entirely ent1r ty recovered recoveredHe leovnedHe recoveredHe
He leaves a wife 1fe Mrs Lena MalnatL MalnatLThe lIalnatlThe MalnatlThe
The uneral uaeral will be held from his bls late latehome latebome latehome
home at 330 oclock Monday morning mernlngTneiltyoue nierningTwentyone morningTnentyone
Tnentyone Tneiltyoue Houses Sold SoldT SoMe SoMeT SoldT
T Franklin Schneider Sch ekJer has recently r sold soldthrough sold old oldthrough
through Stone Fairfax twentyone twentyonebrick tw twentyonebrick atyorte atyortebrick
brick dwellings on the south side of Heck Heckman Heckman Heckman
man street street between First and Second Secondstreets Secondstrets Secondstreets
streets southeast southa t The houses ar6 ar two1 two1story two twostory twostory
story brick and the price received was wasO wast
148009 O
th tIes firemen mei tm the Erie rie Railroad wound woundUp woundtfp woundUt
Up tfp a conference which lasted for f r several severaldays sevorala severaldays
days a with General G nera Manager Stuart at atthe atthe atthe
the offices 01De of the company in the Bowling BowlingGreen BowitngGnen BowlingGreen
Green Building BuildingThey BuildingThey
They Tbe demanded an Increase M ii wagps wagpsaggregating wa waaaretraUnc W5IeS W5IeSaggregating
aggregating 10 Opel per cent Mr 1 Stuart ask asked ak aked ¬
ed the committee before the final confer conference confereaee conferonce ¬
once to appoint ppont a subcommittee subcont l tee to confer conferwith conferwith
with one of his assistants as l with s view to tocomparing tocompartn tocomparing
comparing < the scale 8C 1e of wages wag of the Erie Eriefiremen Eriefiremen Eriefiremen
firemen with the wages of those in other othercompanies othreompaDIeL otherCompanies
companies According Accordln to Mr Stuart the theresult theresult theresult
result showed that the wages paid by b the theErie theErie therie
Erie rie Company compared favorably with withthe withthe 1th 1ththe
the wages paid pat by other companies and andhe andhe andhe
he told the grievance committee he could couldnot eouldnot couldnot
not see his way wa to granting tln an increase increasein
in pay paySubsequently paySQbeequ paySubsequently
Subsequently SQbeequ tl however President Un Underwood Underwood ¬
derwood of the Erie wrote a letter to toGrand toGraM toGrand
Grand Chief Hanrahan of the Brother Brotherhood Dr Brotherhood ther therMod ¬
hood of 0 0Loeoinotlye Locomotive Firemen who is I In InNew laNew usNew
New York at present regarding the de demands dt dtma dOmantis ¬
mantis ma of the Erie firemen remm The letter letterwas letterwaa letterwas
was to the effect that tnt as demands for forhigher forhl8ber forhigher
higher wages were being be made every everywhere eef7vhere everlwhere ¬
where before anything was done donet It would wouldbe wouklbe wouldhe
be better to see the general result and andthe aoothe antithe
the negotiations are necessarily ended endedA endedA efidedA
A conference will be held tomorrow tomorrowbetween tGmorrowbetween tomorrowbetween
between tb the grievance committee COJIWIltt of the theDefcwar tit theDefewar
Defcwar Dw Lackawanna and Western We tem Fall IUI1road raJIroacl Fallread
road and nd President Pre klent Truesdale over de demands de domantis ¬
mantis made on behalf of the D L L and andW andV andSW
W V firemen for higher wages wagesCounter wa wagesCounter et etCounter
Counter Propoiiition Rejected RejectedA
A counter proposition embodying high higher ¬
er 0 wage had been eon offered by the com company eompan cornpany ¬
pany pan but this tbl was rejected by the com comfni comTomorrows cornmlee
fni mlee tee Tomorrows conference ee is ex expected exipeete4 oxpected ¬
pected to be the final one President PresidentTraesdale lre PresidentTruesdale kent kentTIUeINJaho
Traesdale of the Delaware Laekawaniia Laekawaniiaand IAekaWIUIJan4 Lackawannaand
and Western said today that he expect expected UPftted expectott ¬
ed all branches of the service to make makedemands makec1 mekedemands
demands c1 There is a general encraI tendency teRdUCJtowanf tendencytoward tendencytoward
toward demanding demandl higher wages wag ho hosaU hosaid 10 10I
said I do not predict trouble however howeverThe ho hoTIle hoWeverIbe
The idea of increased wages seem to b bitt 1M 1MIta behi
itt the air airConferences aJrCoaler airOoaferences
Conferences aees were begun today between betweentelegraphers betweentelegraphers
telegraphers rs of the New York Central and andGeneral aJMIGeoemJ andGeneral
General Superintendent A H EL Smith over overdemand oyercIe1DaACb overdemands
demand for higher wages The engi engineers eqIBeer eugifleets ¬
fleets Beer firemen ftr mea trainmen and conductors conductorsare
are also expected to make demands Mr MrSmith MrSmith lr lrSmltb
Smith said yesterday that there was aa aaInclination aaindlDaUon anicIthatbon
Inclination on the part of the company to toadvance toadnace toadvance
advance wages w more or leas but perhaps perhapsnot perllapeI perhapsnot
I not to the extent demanded demandedOther dtlDandeOther demandedOther
Other railroads which contemplate in increasing JRereutllJ Increasing ¬
creasing the wages or are at least con considering eontM considesleg ¬
sidering the proposition are the Chicago ChicagoMilwaukee CldeaSOXUwaukn4 chicagoIftlwauke
Milwaukee XUwaukn4 and St Paul Paul Rock Island IeIaM St StLouis St StLcMds StLouis
Louis and San Francisco and North Northwestern Northwestern Northwestern ¬
western westernOne westernOM westernOne
One reason given for the higher wages wagesis wa8Ni wageshe
i is the increased cost of living Rents Rentsare Rentaare Rentsare
are going up and the general standard standardof
of living BT has arisen through now wants wantsbeing wutabetDC wantsbeing
being created which are ar the results of ofeducation ofedUcaUoD ofeducation
education Many products have increased increasedto dprice
to price notably meats of all 5 kinds Jdad with within withIn withIn ¬
in the last year yearIB yearIa yearin
IB some of the commodities It Is Is how however however however ¬
ever contended that the tileltay high prices priceshave pdoesharP
have ltay been largely brought about by In Increases InenlaRa Increases ¬
creases in the wages of employes empl yea This Thtewould ftIwould Thiswould
would not however account ftt for the tlaeera gen general geeoral ¬
era increase in cost of living HvingAnother H HAItother livingAnother
Another reason given ea Is I the general generalprosperity geaenalproeperlty generalprosperity
prosperity of the corporation The work workers worken workerg ¬
ers want a share of that prosperity The Theantagonism TIMautqonl8m Theantagonism
antagonism to trusts and corporations corporationshas corpGIaUeasbu
has grown W3 greatly tlT in recent years Yeal8the and andthe andthe
the increase in wages w it Is said aid is de designed de deef8ned dosigned ¬
signed to allay this tht antagonism antagonismSEARCHING antaaonlsmSEARCHING antagonismSARGllIN1
Friends of Missing Sergeant from fromFort fromFort rom romFort
Fort Myer yer Muoh Worried WorriedMilitary WorriedJllIltar WorriedMilitary
Military JllIltar AntherHie uth rltJe Turn Case Over Overto Oorto Ovcrto
to Detectives for Investigation InvestigationKnovrn Ine8tf InvestigationKnown ntlon ntlonInown
Known as alan of Good Habits IInIJItJIIMIXll HabitsMuch HtililtnMoch
Much Interest Is being < manifested at atFort atFort t tPert
Fort Myer PI over the mysterious disap disappearance Iappeanuace disappearance ¬
pearance of Sergt Robert L 1 Cren Crensaaw C CbIa Creeshaw
shaw and his friends are N much exerctecd exerctecdover sisd sisdover N4 N4Cfter
over ate protracted absenct absenctOn atllleDetOa sheeCLOn
On October m Sergt Crenshaw Cl llllaw llllawea se secured ascured ¬
cured ea a permit for twentyfour tweatTfourye hours hoarsleave hoursleave
leave ye of absence aDee and since that time tbDereported hoc hocnot hasfbi
not fbi reported for duty dut nor has the thet most mostdilaient mostdiligent
diligent t inquiry laqui elicited ellc1 any n7 information informationas
as to his subsequent movements or pre present preeat peaseat ¬
eat whereabouts He Heau has not been seen seensince Menace gosaalnt
since alnt leaving leaYl the barracks and friends fI1enof Mindsof friendsof
of the sergeant rseant are inclined to fear that thathe thatbaa thathe
he has met with some accident accidentThe aeetdentTbe accidentThe
The matter was yesterday turned tu over overto over overto overto
to the local detective bureau by the au authorities au autboriU asthoritles ¬
thorities tboriU at Fort Xyer yer for farther Ian Investigation IantiptJott lurestigation ¬
tigation Sergt Crenshaw te Iabe a mesa member mesaher ¬
her of Troop E Eo Thirteenth Cavalry now nowstationed newstatioDed nowstationed
stationed at t Fort Myer er He te thirty thirtyeight ddr17yeaill thirtyeight
eight yean of age has dark brown hair hairand hairmustache hairand
and mustache turning turnl gray and te of a aruddy arucN aruddy
ruddy rucN complexion complexionHe exloa exloaHe
He was w known to be a man of ofleut excel excellent excellent ¬
lent habits which adds to the mystery mysteryof
of the situation situationRECEIVERS situationRECEIVERS tua1lon tua1lonRECEIVERS
Will VIII Have Charge Until Denn Deans > San Sanity Sauih sanItT ¬
ItT IK s Rtalil Established KtnhJlchedA I hed hedA
A petition asking that a receiver be b ap appointed appoIntei apimluted ¬
pointed to look after the business of ofJames ofX ofJames
James M Dean a local optician who whote
15 at present under un r treatment for In Insanity 111a1 hiwitty ¬
sanity a1 t7 at t St BUMbetba 1uabeths bet was w lied by his his1VUUa hisbrother htebrother
brother WiUJam B Dean Dean yesterday yesterdayj
It was set forth that the th business at atlID atlul
lID G street northwest was suffering sufferingconsiderable utLeriarCODIIIdenble sufferingconsiderable
considerable damac day after day from fromlack fromfack Ironslack
lack of attention and tId that If It was not nottaken 1a nottaken t taMn
taken care of pending nc the final determi determination tI determination ter lI lIaUoa ¬
nation of the mental condition of James JamesM JaunesM JamesM
M Dean it would go to ruin ruinChief rumChief ruinChief
Chief Justice Ciabaugh CIaba h appointed appoin W C CBalderston CBaJdentoh CBalderston
Balderston and William W Douglas Dot 1u as asreceivers ureeelvfft aslOOOitY
receivers and fixed the bond at J2WI J2WIThe e eTIle OO OOThe
The receivers appointed James J C C Bu Buchanan Buchanan Bechanan ¬
chanan to carry on the business businessThe bustnessTbe bustnesaThe
The suit It was brought by William B BDean EDean BDean
Dean against his brother James M Dean Deanand DeanDd Deanand
and Dd Myrtle Dean his wife William E EDean It ItDean EDean
Dean te copartner with his brother m mthe Ju Jutbe Inthe
the oculist business businessSUE buslneaa buslneaSlffi busInessSUP3
p a
York Company COIUIInU Wan Wants Vnn A Damages for forAlleged forlIegell forthlegeel
Alleged lIegell Infringement InfringementFor IutrluJemenbFor
For making use of an invention and andpatent andJltfftL andpatent
patent which te their th l property and with without without without ¬ I
out nrst securing their consent for its itsuse 1U3W Itouse
use the York Manufacturing Company Companyyesterday CompanyYMtenJa Companyyesterday
yesterday YMtenJa brought suit against again t the theChaoinSacks theCllaplnBacks theChapinSacks
ChaoinSacks Manufacturing anuraetutin Company Companyof Companof i
of this city to recover MOOO 19000 damages damagesThe damagesThe damagesThe
The patent consists of improvements in inthe Intltf Inthe
the process of circulating liquefied re refrigerating rerl refrigerating ¬
frigerating rl tratln and its property rights is isclaimed Isclaimed Isclaimed
claimed by the York Manufacturing lanuta turing Corn Cornpuny Comp Cornpany
puny p ny This concern asks the court to re restrain r rstrain restrain ¬
strain the ChapinSacks Company from fromfurther fromfurther fromfurther
further use of tbe Invention The plaintiff plaintiffte plaintiffisrePresonted
te isrePresonted represented llre by b Church Church ChurchRAWD ChurchGRAND ChurchRAND
Of If till ienaanift eresni Wine VineIlanimondsport CtHan CtHanHairmoiidsixirt Uall UallHammotHJlpnrt
Hairmoiidsixirt N Y Theyre the thelin thetlnflt theltnet
lin tlnflt < t taintlest < and most whole wholesome wbolesome wholesome ¬
some of ail American sparkling illrkhlJiwint spertliugwi1 sparklingwi
wi wiS13 wint wintS13 >
S13 13 c cue qis S125 125 at t S15 cats pit lac 15 pt ptDepot ptDepot p1Depot
909 7th Street StreetC StreetQullty
Qullty C sHty Ity House Phone M 274
Present Position Conflicts Conflictswith Conflictswith Coitifietswrjtll
with Stqueme l1 > lCIUC JuflgcsMp JuflgcsMpMEANS JlllgcslliplilEANS p pMEANS
Unwritten Rule that Supreme Judge Jutl JutlCannot JudgeCannot I ICannot
Cannot Hear Cases In Which blcb lie HelIn liehas j jHan
Han lIn Been Interested Il1terc tcd Would Render RemlerAttorney RenderAttorney j jAttorney
Attorney General Ineligible in inIiltiratloa inI InLitigation
Litigation I Involving Million MillionThe 3IIJUonMThe MillionsThe
The desire of the United States Su Supreme SuP1De Snpromo ¬
promo Court to delay action upon many manyimportant manyimportaat manyImportant
important cases until consideration eo by a afull aClan afull
full bench was possible 1O will not be grati gratified 5Jttned gratifiati ¬
ned by the appointment APGI Ullent of William XL XLMeody HMeod7 H HMoody
Moody to the existing vacancy There TbOt Is Isa Sa isa
a widespread opinion m 1ft legal circles circlesthat drcteUtat circlesthat
that air Ir Moodys transfer from the At Attorney AtwrMY Atterney ¬
torney Generals office to the tribunal of oflast ttCJut oflast
last resort will prove not only exceed exceedingly exeee4Inll7 exceedIngly ¬
ingly embarrassing to the court Itself hot hotmay bat11I butmay
may 11I cost the government many tDUI millions Jll UOu of ofdollars ofdolllu ofdollars
dolllu dollluThis dollarsThis dollars dollarsThis
This peculiar state of attain aJraJ would wouldarise wouldar1 wouldarise
arise if Mr Moody snmua alNJu14 take his seat seaton seaton seaton
on the Supreme Bench through the ap application ap application appilcatioti ¬
plication of the unwritten but neverthe nevertheless Devertbete nevertheless ¬
less rigid rule that no member of the thecourt titeourt thecourt
court shall 1 pass Judgment upon any anyquestion anyuaUOn anyqUestion
question uaUOn In which he is I ta any way waflater waflatered Inter Interested intermind ¬
mind ed Mr Moody would WOIIkI therefore theref be bebarred bebaITed bebaiTed
baITed from participation in all of tile thacases tileeue thecaine
cases which had ha41Ma arisen daring his m mcvmitency la lacvlt Incesibency
cvmitency teAc of the Attorney Generals rraIs of office oface offlee ¬
flee ace and upon which he JIe hi one way wa or oranother orUIO oranother
another UIO I had taken any lID action actionA aettonSCJJ011l actionA
A Serious Obstacle ObstacleIf
If a difference of opinion should arise ariseon anethe ariseon
on the bench as to procedure in any of ofthe eCthe ICthe
the trust prosecutions instituted by Mr MrMoody MrMoody MrMoody
Moody the situation OA might prove a arloWI se serious asiioua ¬
rious obstacle to the adnnntotrattoa of ofjustice ofJUStice ofIustIce
justice by the court and It te regarded regardedby repnJec1by regardedby
by lawyers of It f prominence here as astbe ptadng pladagthe ptadngthe
the tribunal In a position which wlaiehH should shouldbe shosidbe
be avoided If possible pouIbieThere possibleThere possibleThere
There are several notable precedents precedentswhich JIeC precedentswhich 1r pft pftwidell
which apty forcibly ford to Mr Ir Moodys pro prospective proapeetiTe proapective ¬
spective donning < of Judicial robes The Thenominations TIleJtOcntattou Thenominations
nominations of two Attorney Generals to toSupreme 10Supreme toSupreme
Supreme Court Justiceships were re rejected re reJected rejeeted ¬
jected by the Senate on the ground that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the nominees would be called upon to togive tGTe togive
give Te Judgment in cases to which they tbe7takea had hadtaken hadtaken
taken part as counsel for the government governmentJoseph 8OTemmemJoeeph governmentJoseph
Joseph McKenna a present Associate AssociateJustice AAOCIateJuke AssociateJustice
Justice of the Supreme Court has de declined tie tiedined dodined ¬
dined to participate partkt ta the theof adjudication adjudicationof
of causes with which he was concerned concernedwhen coneerMdwileD concernedwhen
when he was Attorney General In the ad administration ad adlDtD18tration administration ¬
ministration of President McKinley McKinleyColorado McKinleyColoratlo McKinleyColorado
Colorado River Cane CaneOne CneODe CaseS
S > One of the most important cues before beforethe betonthe beforethe
the court was recently deferred until it itcould Itcou14 Itcould
could be heard by a fan bench This TbiIIthe was wasthe wasthe
the suit between Kansas and Colorado as asto asS asto
to the right to use the waters aters of the theColorado theColorado theColorado
Colorado River for government t irrigation irrigationSome Irr1pUoaSome IrrigationSome
Some ftt1MtIIiJ WC3i 4OII5UO 00 for irrigation projects projectsIn
In the arid regions of the West te in involved ID IDvolYed inveiled ¬
veiled On account of the intervention interventionof
of the Department of Justice Mr Moody Moodywould Moodywould Moodywould
would of coarse be excluded from sit sitting sitUng t tUB ¬
ting < In that ease and nd as far as its post postponement poettODeIeDt postponetnent ¬
ponement te concerned It might as well wellbe wenbe wellbe
be put over until Mr Moody Is eligible eligiblefor eligiblefor e efor
for retirement re t from rom > the bench beDebeome beDebeomeRveateeft benchsomeseventeen some someseventeen
seventeen years hence h henceprovided provided he Is ap appotated ap appoIated appointed
pointed to the Iuancr IuancrThe jvaeaneyThe vacancy vacancyThe
The case hraives some ate very nice ques questions quetten8 questiesis ¬
tions never b Itlaore ore rato ntwi rataed s aa to the rights rightsof rights rightsIt ta taet
of the 0 States to use the watam at rivers riverswtt rlft rlftwIUIl riserswithig
wtt wIUIl withig ia their d boundaries bat whlca wbc Wd WdIate now nowinto Sow SowIto
into other States The governments gevaramenfrwhole 18 18wheIe governmentswhole
whole scheme of irrigation depends upon uponthe 1IPOIIthe pponthe
the outcome of this t ease eue for if the theclaims tbeof theclaims
claims of Colorado prevail the govern government JOftrDnt governmeat ¬
meat nt win have 110 o right to appropriate appropriatethe pproprtatbthe
the water waterUnder waterUDder wateriJnder
Under the peculiar circumstances c of the thecase theeue theease
case the inability of Mr Moody to sit it ita Ira Ita
a case which came before him as a At Attorney Att Atterser ¬
terser t General might and aD4e probably probablywould psnimblywould
would cost the people some eight mftHon mftHondollars JIIIIIIe4oUars milliondoll
dollars doll
Another Involve Millions MillionsAnother JllIUonJilAnother MillionsAnother
Another case involves the meaning DIa8 ot otthe otthe otthe
the Congressional C I repeal of the legacy legacytax qaqtax legacytax
tax of the war revenue bIlL If as the thedivided thedtvklecl thedivided
divided court heW the repeal Mal went back backa
a year It wilt mean the government t will wfllhave wtlin willhave
have n to refund refundAnother JMro JMroAnother P PAnother
Another case Is the Cramp Crampcue Shipbuilding Shipbuildingcase Shipbuildingcase
case claims claims amounting to jNtU aHatt an another aAotMr another ¬
other is the polarisation tests of sugar sugarused nwarby sugarused
used by the Treasury Department in de determining de det tietermlnhsg ¬
termining t duty on raw sugar Involving Involvingfrom InvolvlDtrom Involvingfrom <
from 1t lON 10 JQ to IfS lhIOSU5 QUW The Isle of ofPines ofPIRe8 ofPIneS
Pines ownership oW ease Is another customs cUt01MJllttftS customsmatters customsmatters
matters relating relat 0 Cuba and Hawaii HawaiiwiM Hawaiiwttt Hawaiiwill
wiM remain unsettled because of the lack tackof lackof lackof
of participation of the ninth Justice JusticeThere JU8tieeThere justiceThere
There are th the land cases hi Kansas in involving Ie IeYOh1Dg InToWing ¬
ToWing half a million mlUtonnN acres In addi addition ad11lion 611 611tIon ¬
tion to an these civil causes there are arethe arethe re rethe
the criminal prosecutions UUolUI of the Standard Staft StandardOil rd i iOil
Oil Company and nd the railroads the fer fertiltaer ferUI1Mr fortiflner i
tiltaer trust trwt the soap rate trust case and anddosens andcIMeBs
dosens of others atMrs att It of which may have haveto baveto haveto
to bfc postponed unW W Mr Moody oody Is re retired re retired iatired ¬
tired from the bench If the Senate con confirms caa1tmaB omSiinc ¬
firms Ids appointment appointmentWOULD appointmentWOULD ppoIntmmtWOULD
Suit IK Started Stnrt l by I li the IBxinie of ofJolm ofJohn
John Hltlont HltlontChrl lUdoutClUrles ItidotitCharles
Chrl Charles s H Merfllat as trustee of the theestate theestate theestte
estate of John Ridout bankrupt yester yesterday yestertIaT yesterday
day filed a suit In the District Supreme SupremeCourt SupremeCourt SupremeCourt
Court against James S Goodman 1INU1 and andHOward amdward andEdward
HOward ward H Thomas and Andrew Aftll ew Parker Parkeras
as trustees to set aside tllde a deed of trust trustgiven trustgtVft trustgiven
given by Ridout on October A 4 1 ISM to se secure lie lieoure socure ¬
cure Mr Goodman in the sum of ofThe 4M 4M35 4M35Tlw t tTIM
TIM deed of trust was given vea on a athird one onethird onei oneithIrd
third interest in what bat is known as the thePoolt t tPoolt thePoole
Poolt farm of 31W 1 acres in Montgomery MontgomeryCounty M4mt h pntgomery pntgomeryCounty omery omeryCounty
County a oaethlrd enethlnllntere Interest t in the tie Allnutt Allnuttfarm Allnuttfa Allnuttfarm
farm fa of r 4U 4O acres in Montgomery County CountyMd CountyMd CountyMd I
Md and a cneelghth interest in some 80 80iOIIO note
5080 acres of ceal lands in Braxton BraxtonWebster and andWebster andebster
Webster ebster counties TV V Yo Va VaIt Y YIt VsIt
It is alleged aUEg that the deed was wa given givenwithin glVfR1thln givenwithin
within four months of the time when w 1 Mr MrRWout 3rRidout r rRtt1out
RWout who is a lawyer was we declared Clec a abankrupt abankr8pt ahankyp
bankrupt and that the deed was wa given at atH atJl ata
H time when Ridout was Insolvent I otv t and andthat a aUNit antithat
that its purpose was R to create a prefer preference preerence preference
ence in favor of Mr Goodman as against gaIBatother againstother
other creditors The bill alleges aU that the thedeeds tMdeeds thedeeds
deeds of trust are fraudulent me against againstother agalll8totbe againstother
other creditors and should Va set se aside asidefor utdefor asitiefor
for that reason reasonThe reasouT reasonTe
The T e attorneys for the trustee are ftreMoJsrs areththirs
Messrs Mason Iuon N Richardson Rlcbar and Will WIHlam WIUlam Willlam
lam E Ambrose AmbroseREFUSED AmbrOtieREFUSED AmbroseREYIJSED
Baltimore Manufacturer Cannot Cauno Lo Locate Locate Loenie ¬
cate in Nations Capital CapitalEncouragedby CnpItnlEncourage CapitalEncouragedby
Encouragedby Encourage by the promise that Great Greater GreatOr Greater ¬
er Washington would present manifold manifoldopportunities maftUektopportunlti manifoldopportunities
opportunities for business not offered offeredelsewhere offeredelsewhere offeredelsewhere
elsewhere J EL Smith of Baltimore has hasmade hasmade hasmade
made application for a permit to locate a apaper apaper apaper
paper box factory in an alley aIie adjacent adjacentto
to Hanover place between N Nand and 0 Oand 0and 0and
and North Capitol and First streets streetsnorthwest streetlltlOtthwesL streetsnorthwest
northwest Owing to the th opposition of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the residents of that neighborhood how however hewever however ¬
ever the permit cannot be issued The Theowner Theowner Theowner
owner of the property prop rt is J Edward Chap Chapman Chapman thapman ¬
man manIn manIn manin
In order to obtain the permit Mtv MtvSmith Mr MrSmith MrSmith
Smith will have > to obtain the consent o otile oUle otile
tile residents within a certain rtaln territory territoryof
of the building b Ikf g in which he seeks eek to lo locate oeate Jorate ¬
rate his factory
President Will Present Prel ent MnJ lnJ SlUelft SlUelftvrlta Shielwith SIselawith
with a Medal IcdRl of Honor HonorFor nonorVor HonorFor
For distinguished bravery on the field fieldof fleb1of fieldof
of battle in rescuing a wounded Filipino Filipinoat
at the risk of his own life the President Presidenthas Presidentha Presidenthas
has decided to give Maj Ma George F Shiels ShlelsUnited ShielsHalted ShielsiTsitad
United States Volunteers a medal of ofhonor 0 0boacr otboner
honor At the present time Maj Shlels Shlelsis ShielI1t ShIeJIn
is a practicing physician in New York YorkCity YorkCit7 YorkCity
City but in March of 1SW 1 he was a abrigade abrtlde abrigade
brigade surgeon of volunteers In the Phil Philippine PhllIppfa PhilIppitse ¬
ippine Islands IslandsAccording JtlUdBnln IslandsAccording
According nln to the official report during duringthe duringthe duringthe
the fierce engagement between the Amer American AmerIcan AmerIcn ¬
ican ami Filipino troops at t Tullahan TullahanRiver Tu1labanRlTet TullahanRiver
River Island of Luzon Maj M j SlUels no noticed noUcec1 noUced ¬
ticed a wounded native writhing wrlthf In m agony agonyunder agonyUDder agonyunder
under the rays of the tropical sun half halfway h halfwy 1f 1f1ray ¬
way between the lines of the United UnitedStates LnUe4States UnitedStates
States and Flliplnd troops troopsNotwithstanding troopsNotwtthlltandlng troopsNotwithstanding
Notwithstanding the utter disregard by bythe b bthe bythe
the FlttptnoB of a a flag of o truce Maj MajStaleis MajShl MajShinis
Staleis Shl ran out ut to the wounded wOUDd enemy enemytook ea enemy enemytook my mytook
took him in his arms and brought him to toa toa toa
a place pint of safety where he could receive receivemedical receIveI receivemedical
medical attention President Roosevelt Rooseveltwin Roosevettwilt E0OseVewill
I win personally present pr t the medal medalWAYLAID medalI medaLWAYLAID
John T Mnngnn JJ1n MangnnttztclEcd nn Attitckctl by IJ Two Twohlte TwoWhite j jWhite
White hlte Men 3IenStealm JJenStealIet MenStealing
Stealm Stealing up behind their victim at First Firstand F1rstad Firstand
and I streets northeast and net knocking him himunconscious himaeoatICiou8 himunconscious
unconscious with a a club two unknown unknownwhite 1Iftknownwldte unknownwhite
white men attacked and robbed roI John T TMangan Tor TMiit
Mangan of OS Sl Seventh street northeast northeastwhile JlCKtheutwbl1e northeastwhile
while he was on his way wa home about S Soclock So Soclock
oclock o cl k last night nightThe nightThe nightThe
The assailants secured m and escaped CKpedI escapedNangan j
I Mangan aa8R was badly bttdl bruised aad ad cut about aboutI aboutthe j
I the head when be was a found by a neigh neighbor neighbor neighher ¬
bor and carried to isis home homeMaagans hoMeJtIaJIpn homeMangaits
Maagans Injuries while bUe not necessa necessarily DeCe8IIrUy necemaifly ¬
rily serious will prevent his leaving his htehouse hisoUR hishome
house for some > days He could not give giveany givesay
any description of the men menGIGARMAKERS menCIGAR menOfflARIAKERS
1 1Last
last Employer Meets Demands of ofUnion ofUnion ofUnion
Union for More Pay PayRumored PayRnmorCtl PayRumored
Rumored He Will 111 Cut Down Ills IllsForce lUllIorce HisForce
Force of Men JIenTo To Discontinue Discontinue3InUInsr DI DiscontinueMaking contfnuc contfnucJInkluS
Making Certain Cigar CigarThe CIsarMTIle CigarsThe
The difficulties existing between the theMcnibers theJIteIItllera theiuieulbers
Mcnibers of the Clgarmakers Ctgan Union Lo Local Local Lacal ¬
cal No Uo 111 1 > and the tb local cigar manu manufacturers laIlUtacturelS macatacturers ¬
facturers came to an a end yesterday The Thelast TIleJut Thelest
last of the Ji J Lire < J e manufacturers 1Ifact Henry HenryOfftsrdteeer a aOAteIJlRfrer HenryOfttaduiager
Offtsrdteeer gave In to their demand demandsand demandand deDI deDIaDd
and the trouble was declared off offTbo 0Tfe offTe
Tbo Tfe members of the strike committee committeecalled OOIftlllltteecaDN committeecallnd
called upon Mr OKterdtagtr Thursday Thowoayafternoon Thu ThuaftenIooD Thursdayafternoon
afternoon and asked ked for his ultimatum uWmatamHe altbMt1HHe ultimatumH
He H told the men be desired a a week to con consider cellskier considsa ¬
skier the matter as he thought t that the themen tilemea themen
men had not treated him fairly fairlyThe 1i rlyTIle fairlyThe
The strike committee left Ills shop but butreturned batretunNMI butreturned
returned several hours ho later and demand demanded detnaJHeel demandad ¬
ed to know what he was going to do doThey do doTMy tloThey
They titeR gar vs him until 1I tfl S oclock yea yesterday yeaterda7 yeateiday ¬
terday morning JOoralft to grant t the onions 1 de demande de deJIWIdI doIt
mande mandeIt JIWIdIIt
It te said that by granting aDtlDg the workmen workmenthe workmenbe workmenthe
the increase several popular brands now nowsmoked DOWamoke4 nowsmoked
smoked by the men in this city will be bedriven bedriTea bedrtvest
driven oil the market the manufacturers manufacturersclaiming mlMltacwrerseJai manufacturersclaiming
eJai claiming dnc they will be unable to make makethem Jllllkethem makethem
them under the new scale of pay payPassersby JIYPauersby payPassersby
Passersby on Ninth street toda todaJo no noticed n0 n0ticed noticed ¬
ticed a For Rent sign on the factory of ofMr ofMr ofMr
Mr Offterdtnger Orerti > er It Is said he Intends to tocut tocut tocut
cut down the number of men he employed employedbefore employedbelore employedbefore
before the strike and move Into smaller ansslierquazters smallerquarters Ier Ieruarten
quarters uarten Mr OKterdinger Oret dIDf1 < declined to todiscuss toatIIcW8 totilsema
discuss the leteport leteportJONADABS report reportJOETADABS xeportONADABS
Approve PIrOTC Federation of Temperance Tempernncelorces TemperanceForces
Forces of the District DistrictAt DbtrictAt DistrictAt
At a meeting of the Grand Council of ofthe ofthe
the Sons of Jonadab last night at the thehome theMaae thehome
home of R E E OBrien < Ta 11 Thirteenth Thirteenthstreet ThIrteenthstnet ThirteenthStreet
street northeast northeast the idea lei of a closer re relationship re relMIoDsI reIstloosiuip ¬
lationship between eeft the local temperance temperancesocieties temperanceiodetIe em e eJIOdetJes
societies was discussed In the opinion of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the counett any aD federation of the temper temperance temperance temperance ¬
ance forces of the District tending to In Increase Increue Increase ¬
crease the usefulness u of all might bt < be de depended depeod tiepended ¬
pended upon to have ha ve their support supportIt npportIt
It wa w stated that t all U suggestions tJons of ofunion or1InIon ofunion
union up to this time had been made by bysocieties bythat bysocieties
societies that were unwilling unWilUn to consider consideranything con consideranything lder lderauYthln
anything less than a complete merger mergerInto mergerInto mergerInto
Into their own organization ThIs it was wasexplained WaSeQIabIed wasexplained
explained had been the cause of failure failureheretofore falluroberetotore failureheretofore
heretofore as none of the smaller orders orderscared onI8ISearM orderseared
cared to lose its identity by adopting such sucha suchplan
a 5 plan
Condemned Man Manto Inn to Appeal Because Becausef Becnnseof e eof
of f Court Courts Error ErrorAs Brrora ErrorLi
As a result of the t e inadvertence of Sue JusBee J1I8tIee Sueties
Bee Gould in twice pronouncing the death deathsentence tleatbseateace deathsentence
sentence on William Burge Bur a colored coloredwife coloredwife coloredwife
wife murderer yesterday ye yesterdayJames James F OShea OSheattorJle7 0Sheahis
his attorney will lite sn an appeal with the thehigher theeourts thehigher
higher courts to stay execution The ap appeal apPNt appeal ¬
peal will be based on the manner in inwhich Inwtdeb inwhich
which Justice Gould pronounced ptORO DCed sentence sentenceMr set1teJtCer sentenceMr
Mr OShea noting exceptions at the time timeand tllMand timeand
and also 180 noting JIOt an appeal to the District DistrictCourt DlstrlctCourt DistrictCourt
Court of Appeals He questions the legal legality JegaIt legality ¬
ity It of the double sentence 9Cnt 9CntBefore sentenceBefore i iBefore
Before the th first sentence wa was imposed imposedJustice fmpoeedJutJce imposedJustice
Justice Gould neglected to ask the pile prisoner prlsaer pileGull ¬
Gull the usual question Have you any anything an anthin anything ¬
thing < to say y why the sentence of the law lawshould la lashould lawshould
should not be imposed IlIIp eed upon you 1 The Theprisoner Thepri80ner Theprisoner
prisoner bad been bee removed to his cell cellbefore cellWore cellbefore
before the omission lon was discovered discoveredWhen discoveredbelt dIoreredWhets
When belt be stood up a second time and andthe andthe andthe
the question R was asked be broke out outin outIn outIn
in an Incoherent harangue in which lie liedeclared bedeclared hedeclared
declared that his wife was not dead deadthat deadthat deadthat
that be was insane i M that he was Christ Cbrtetand Christand t tand
and that he would be made a a judge when whenha whenhe whenhe
he went w nt to heaven He felt in a state stateof stateof stateof
of collapse after the sentenc aentencInamfng muning Tues Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday ¬
day December 4 between betwe4tnthe the hours of ofnoon ofnoon
noon and 2 p m as the time of his Is execu execution exeeutton exeention ¬
tion was pronounced pronouncedMOKE PftftOUmecIMORE pronouncedMORE
Htilixteil Hen Do Not Get Enough to toBuy toDuy toBuy
Buy Outfit OutfitIn OntntlCIn OathsIn
In order that the enlisted men of the theUnited UleCnited UseUnited
United States navy may be prepared on onenlistment oil otienlistment oilenlistment
enlistment to purchase PUrcM e all the uniform uniformrequired lInlformulrett uniformrequired
required ulrett by 1 naval regulations rel > the Navy NaryDepartment NavyDep NavyDepartment
Department Dep rtmeDt will recommend to Congress Congressnext ongrom ongromnext s snext
next session that th the initial I1 UaI clothing al allowance 1Jewaooe 1 1lowance ¬
lowance for bluejackets be increased increasedfrom lmreRset1from increasedfrom4
from from4 545 to toAR toIli toIliAn 68 68An
An additional appropriation of 70000 70000will iOOOOwill O00s O00swill
will be bp required to make this increase increasewhich Incre increasewhicit se sehlck
which hlck naval officers regard as most mo t es essential cgsentlaJ cseentIal ¬
sential possible According to officers on ontraty onduty onduty
duty In the Bureau of Navigation of the theNavy theNavy theNavy
Navy Department the allowance of 45 45now 45now 5 5now
now made men oa or original enlistment enllstm ll in inthe Inme Inthe
the navy Y Is not sufficient sum Ient to allow of their theirpurchasing theirpurchasing theirpurchasing
purchasing alt the uniforms required by byregulations byreUlations byregulai
regulations regulationsOLD regulai tons
n1 IJfJJt
91IL flSHrRr flSHrRrSOLD 1ilRi
SOLD OLD 0 LD BY B Y reprejcntative repr Jentanve retailers retailersthroughout retailersthroughout retailersbJ
bJ throughout the United States In InWashington InWMhington InWashington
Washington by byD byD byD
The Mans Store 10057 Penna Ave
Tht ThtSaks
Saks Social SocialDerli S Secii1 Secii1Deib cial cialDer
Derli DerliEnough Der Deib
2 2i 2Enough 2Enough i
Enough of thereto the then to tell tellyou tellyou tellyou
you so again againin m the thevarious thevarius thevarious
various shapes aid d pro proportions proportIons proportions ¬
portions portionsIt portIons portIonsIt
It is so popular aj asel1er seller sellerthat sellerthat 5 5that
that sometimes Ve ve are arecaught arecaught arecaught
caught short sh 0 rt and andneither andneither andneither
neither threats th rea ts nor norpromises norproq1ises norpromises
promises avail injielp injielping in help thelping helping
ing fas 1s s get them faster fasterfrom fasterfrom rasterfrom
from the maker makerThey makerThey makerThey
They come in the tame tameshapes tameshapes tameshapes
shapes as three f t1 t > tive tivedollar ftve ftvedollar ivc ivcdollar
dollar hats hatsWe hatsWe i iWe
We say they are as g > od odas odas odas
as most stores three thieedollar threedollar theedollar
dollar hats hatsPcnoa hatsttk1i hatsak
ttk1i ak arnmpal1Y arnmpal1YPenna cgnmpanPenna
Penna Aveatts Seventh Stnec StnecThe SmcQuality SinmiQuality
Quality Fabrics FabricsThe
5 5ablefashioned
The very best suitings ultinpableta oMato oMatoabte
abte ableta ablefashioned fashioned hloned to fit you youleesly fauk fauklessly
lessly 1 1y May we make you leUquality u uquality a aquality
quality suit from rom quality qUa1ttyIng suit suitings suitings ¬
ings ingsJOHN IngJOHN ingsJOHN
Maker of Quality Clothes ClothesESTABLISHED Clot CloikesETABL1SHED Ius IusEitT
U S W P V Organization Close Up UpAll VIAU UpAll
All Encampment Affairs AffairsI AffairsAt 11118At
I At last nights ssecial 1 meeting of the theDepartment tileDepartmeDt theDepartment
Department ot the District of Columbia Columbiacalled CobuDIMeallecl Columscalled
called for the purpose of receivIng let the theteal theIaaI thern thernIlsial
teal reoort DOIt of the national NtM tuniqpsiKat tuniqpsiKatj t tCOIDIDtttee
j committee through its chairmaa IfipJ IfipJi 1IffJPrederlck MJFrederick
i Frederick S s Hodgson the theest greatest nttsr nttsrst lull lullant
est st attached to the report of the tMvrer lisas iteasaver lisasurer
aver of the encampment committee I IM LIe LIeM LaoM
M M L4z LlIlilleGmb scomb which showed a lials Imlalios tn tnthe faUte inthe
the bank of 4MO 4MOSecretary 4SL 4SLSecretary a aSecretary
Secretary Mitchell rendered a aeoTerl tOst tOstcovering x aort aortcovering
covering eoTerl the work done by tlIIoot the enenakft enenakftmcnt en enmeat
meat committee co untttee since its formation foriendoaFbbniary lost lostFebruary ItFttbruary
February The resort of Choinnan Chafrmoatello Ooa Ooatatto 011tello
tello of the smoker and camp Are anndttee eosa eosansfttee amintttee
nsfttee showed that more than 8flo > visit ftIIbig visittug vtestrog
big rog comrades and guests were entertained eotertahoHton ell ellOft
on the night of October OctoberThe OctoberThe 8 8Tbe
The report of Maj Hodgson as Chatr Chatrman thmhman Mlltman
man of the encampment t conmsitceev conmsitceevbflcHea sea seabedisti I IIMdNii
bflcHea all the reoofts re o oftIIe of the aubhSNis aubhSNisteos asliuoia asliuoiatees u1l1l t tl
l tees His committee was Ma MaI aiiiharjs with witha islika
I a formal vote e of thanks thanksNot thaa1ELNot thaalssNot
Not only the chairman but all the thebers tMbers mom momhers
bers of the encampment commtttoe CGIIUDItteeIn4tTkhaai committeeindividual S4ot S4otindividual
individual members of the United Spanish SpanishWar SpuWIaWar eeI eeIWar
War Veterans In general were werethanked personally personallythanked perdu taMy taMythanked
thanked by Department CeassNusicr CeassNusicrMitchell Co ChimsedsrMitchell r II IIMitchell
Mitchell for the work which resnltod m mthe III IIIthe isthe
the successful s l national encamosnent tau I t of oflast Dl15t oflast
last month monthAt MOnthAt monthAt
At the close of the business anssJBa the thedepartment tMdepartt thadepartment
department adjourned ed to accept nccet tile tiletatton hw hwtatkm lay laytatlon
tatkm of the Loyal Legion of Women Womenand w wand Womenand
and attend the vendue held by b that tIItig8D or orgnteathm so sognlsatlon
gnteathm g8D at Masonic Temple TempleAttention TempleJUtentJon TempleAttention
Attention was also called to the tMgratvitOl7 con ceogrataistory congratulatory ¬
gratulatory supper to be held by the thehers meoa meoabers nn nnbets
hers of the encampment conunittoe COIDJIIItieeotlters anti aadothers antiothers
others of the United Spanish War Veter Veteran V Van Vitln ¬
an n at Freunds 815 Tenth street nar north DGriJtest k kT S Seat
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