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L j N THE T XE WASHINGTON WAS HI N G T 0 Ii EEEALD 1I E It A L D SATIJEDAY SAT SATURDAY3 U It D AY J NOVEMBER N 0 V EM B E It 10 1 0 1906 1 9 0 G
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South S S9iitIt tIt American Capitals Speaker SpeakerDeclares SpeakerDeclnrc SpeakerDecIare3
Declares Are Center of Culture CultureDescribes CnlturecficribesPJtilcal CultureccrIbes
Describes cficribesPJtilcal PJiysical Greatncm of ofColombia ofCOImliu ofColombia
Colombia Dealing Denlln t Should Sboul He HeilurJccd lieMnnked HeiaJLked
ilurJccd iaJLked by b Wise bic Statesmanship StatesmanshipA S1uttiflflh1MliPgood
A good word for South America was wasfiok wasSOokfr wa wackcn
fiok SOokfr ckcn n by b John Barrett Minister to o Co Coknnbia CoJ CoJombla
knnbia J at the Rifles Armory Hall last lastalght lastnight 1tight
alght night It was spoken cordially and ap apparently apo apoP8rllltb apprently ¬
parently P8rllltb from rom great gn > atadD admU a4WII1 i for ot 01 the theUnAmerkAn theLatinAmerican e eLatinAmerican
LatinAmerican UnAmerkAn na uaio jiattonigBEik address addresswas addleSl4made addre addrew11
w11 was made to the Xa > Nat ratijj g phical phicalSociety bleat blcalSftciety bleatSqclety
Society and its frt frh Q f c fflh d the thehall theI thcIts
hall Its to its ts capacity epncltyM1nter J4 J4Minuter
Minuter I Bairett cs W f on onColombia onColombill onColombia
Colombia A Lan La Landsf > f 9 PossWli PossWlilies poiluttk Ii IitJe
lies tJe by a general 4er1pi > srtp p of South SouthAmerica SouthJsjnerica th thAin
America Ain rica aided b7 oy W a tiu u e Jiap iap ap thrown thrownon th tttmwfllyn rn i
on a screen retn He described briefly brie y the theprincipal thePrtnclpRl thepl4ncIpl
principal countries ntrte8ofS6uth oSC South America Aineric erica and andMhowed aidshowed i iMIIowt
showed d the audience aartieuboiy psrti ularli y th thcities thclt1e8 thcitlou
cities visited by Secretary Root R t on hIs bisrecent b1 b1V
V recent tour spoke of the means MU of cora coranrontcatloQ communleaUon I ImWlIcatou
nrontcatloQ and the general relation relationwhich reJattcnl relattenwhkb
which b eb toe States of South America bear bearto bearto j jto
to one another anotherTells anotherPCIIM I
Tells of Welcome elcoJUe to Hoot HootThe HootThe t tTbe
The lecturer turer then referred to the trip tripof tripor tripU
of U 3ir Root and and gave some facts about aboutthe aboutt aboutthe
the t be reception given wn him in the capitals capitalshis capltasAt
At saatah Saatah AIDdIea which wer wtr hew w to 10hl j jIt
his It hl atMHence dsuce Mr Barrett declared that no 110tTOWOd j jcrowne i irowaed
crowne rowaed head was ever given such genu seamII seamIII genutildyMacere
I tildyMacere neb alncere welcome to the cities of South SouthAmerIIa SouthAmer I IAmerica
America Amer as was Mr Root the represent repreientaUve j jative 1aUTe
ative of the President Pre and the Amerfcnn Amerfcnnpoop AmerimrpeepIe AmerIarpa
poop peepIe pa Mr r Barrett said thia waa due dueprimarily duepdrnalIy i ite
primarily to the tremendous treniou respect respectwhfch respectwhcb spect i iwbIcJI
whfch Latin Ameilea has for this coun country country ¬ 1 1try
try ad that it was intended as a a spon spontaneous ponta pen pentneolbs ¬
taneous ta proof of the friendship kit tlcre tlcrefor t tLeielot ere erefor
for the United States StatesThen Statesl1tea Statesl1hen
Then he said aidl the welcome weJcoate was in part parta j ja
a tribute to the man himself who is isregarded isrepri1ed Isregarded
regarded in South America as a a great areattates greatttesmaa j jstatosaMUV
tates statosaMUV ttesmaa a great lawyer and a great greatscholar xreatIn greatsehslar
scholar In these particulars panIca Minister MinisterBarrett XlnJ8teraITett MinluterBarrett
Barrett declared the Latin Americans Americansexcel Amerlcrmeuel Amertcousexcel
excel He said M that In one of the capitals capkabuf J Jof
of the Southern hemisphere there is a agreater ngrouter j jJhlCltaJe
greater percentage p roentage of educated and cut coitnrod eat cuttisred i it1lledpemDIIS
tnrod t1lledpemDIIS parsons than can be found in a city cityof tityof tty ttyof
of 1IIIMAar8hle similar M1kr slse e in the Northern hemts emls emlsphe i iphere i
phere H Re said the young yo men and andwo aac1w sadwdisie
w wo e of the weHtodo families there thereare tIaenare tbrare
are all welt educated e in the native nativeschools uadYeschooN nathesehoo4u
schools and sometimes in the European Europeanschool E1Iropeaaud Europeanschools
school and universities The result renttthat is isthat isthat
that the majority of the persons pe 0ft8 met by byan by3ft byan
an American official in South America Americaspeak Amet1cak Americaspeak
speak k the native ve Spanish or Portuguese Portugueseand P Paad Portugueseaud
and French conversing fluently ftue tl in both bothtongues botht bothtonue
t tonue tongues Mr r Barrett declared that the thecapitals the4apttaJ8 thetais
capitals tais of South America are all centers centersof cent centersoC > 111 111ot
of great t learning art and literature literatureranparing literatureparIng I I00IIt
ranparing parIng favorably with similar cities citiesIn citiesIn I IIn
In North Nortb America and EuropeMr Europe EuropeMr urope uroper
Mr Barrett spoke of the necessity of ofwise ofWIlle ofwise
wise statesmanship J in dealing with the theLattaAineriean tileLadBAIDeI1ea lAteLat1sAmerlean
LattaAineriean States within the next nextfew nextfew
few years years He Beaid said they are now at a aprtnt aJOlIItJa apolt I <
prtnt JOlIItJa toi their development where bere they theyfed theyfeel
fed tiMfc t power and the need of friend friendtamnns Meadt ttlendtpad I
t ua tpad a tIaoroaP und
4 > tamnns ta as to the future of the Amen Amerlt3D Amentan UDcIer1 j jcan
can States i ia one of the great t diplomatic diplomaticprcbfems dIp10maUcpreblems diplomaticpreblems
preblems confronting centmnth this country where wheremistakes eremtatakea wherewill
mistakes will prove costly in the future futurelebUions futureJe futurerelstIme
lebUions with these countries countriesPossibilities countrlespf countriesPOSSibIlitlC
Possibilities pf Sibnitics oC Colombia CnlumliixA CulomlJisJaI
A JaI wrg part 9fl n of Minister Kin ter Barretts Bar U ad address acid addrous ¬
dress d was devoted to an expianattyi in indetail mdetail Inletall
detail of Colombia its resources and pee possiMtttieg peeslbllttJes pee4bEltties
siMtttieg as an industrial and trading tradingSUUe tradJn tradJnState tradingstat
State Mr II r Barrett showed owed that though thoughthe tb8aPtile thoughthe
the emmtry is situated tIated near the equator equatorthe equatorthe equatorthe
the arrangement arran t of mountain systems Is tesuch Isrueh Isk
k such that the climate of a aJMLrt considerabte considerabtepart cofleiderablepart
part of the country COU tr is much like that of ofMassachusetts orIllSJlCkll8tta of3fassachueetts
Massachusetts in October r The ranges ran s of oftempeature ofteinpezatute
temperature on the plateau on which Bo Bogota i igota
gota ota is situated are 55 and 7 5 degrees degreesFahrenheit desreesFaJmmbeit degreeeFaiwanhelt
Fahrenheit The hot lands 1 of the coast coaatprodtlce coastproduce
produce a a great variety of tropical fruits fruitswoods fruits fruitsOOCJ8 frultawoods
woods OOCJ8 and materials The mountain re reKioao re reg reg1oe
Kioao g produce the grains and fruits of the thetemperate thete thetemperate
temperate te stones while the great plains of ofthe ofth ofthe
the th southeastern Dart of the State are arelike are areJike arelike
like BrasH the natural abode of the rub rubber rubber rubber ¬
ber tree tree and are full of rich pastures on onwhich OIlwhieh enwhich
which herds to feed the world could roam roamat roamat roamatlarge
at atlarge large largeThe Jar3IeTho
The mineral resources of the State were weredescribed werelecrlbed wereiteecribed
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described and it was shown that Colom Colombia CoIomhla Colonibla ¬
bia has vast sources of wealth stored storedaway storedaw storedIway
away aw hi its mountains and hills awaiting awaidasdevelopment awat awatdevelopment awaitingt
t development Minister Barrett ventured venturedthe ftDturedthe venturedIt
It the prediction that more old would yet yetbo 7etbu yetIs
bo Is unearthed In Colombia than ever saw sawthe awthe sawthe
the light in South Africa that it would wouldproduce wouldIOd1Iee wouldprduce
produce wore coal than the whole Appa Appalachian AppaJachian A AJaclalalt ¬
lachian system and that its iron plati platinum pI pitt3um ti tinum ¬
num qrfeksilver h r and copper products productswould prvductawould productswould
would reKUn a few years astonish the theworld thelVOIIII theworld
world kilts richness and extent extentMhristsr extentXhd extenlMinintar
Mhristsr Barrett rrett closed his address by byfbowmg bytb byshowIngs
fbowmg tb showIngs wIR a series of views noon the screen screenof acreenof screenhr
of scene m 1ft Bogota and along the moun mountain mountam moanlain ¬
tam trails Ieadine Jadln from the coast to the thecapital tbpltal thetapital
capital pltal
pltalGIVE
GIVE FOURTH CONCERT CONCERT31Iss CONOERTi CONCERTMiss
i 31Iss Drew Soprano and S 31 31Fabian MFabian U
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Fabian Pianist Plnnl t ricnsc Audience AudienceThe AudienceTJIe AudienceThe
The fourth of the concerts by the theWashington theVasbtnciOD theWashington
Washington Collage CoIl lJe of Music was given givenyesterday atvene givenyesterday
yesterday e nta afternoon at the Columbia ColumbiaTheater CohimbiaTheater 1 1TIMMer
Theater before one of the largest audi audiences audiencee ¬ i icooe
ences of the tbetllllBOA season Mta MIsS > Clara Drew Drewsoprano DrewI DrewJII1U1o Drew0pIano I
soprano JII1U1o and S M Fabian FabiaD pianist wcrt wcrtthe wer wertJMeMer1in werthe
the tJMeMer1in tJMeMer1inDrew entertainers entertainersMies entertainersMien
Mien Drews Drew voice was beard to cx cxtelleat exdt oxt
t telleat advantage adD m In a well selected Mie pro proKranme prognuqme p pgrainne
Kranme grainne of songs scn with Mr Fabian as asuepatnpantet asilcqempanlst asactnpanlst
uepatnpantet Mr Fabian who 110 seemed seemedto seee seeeto
to be a great favorite with the students studentsaad studentsad studentsa
aad a ad friends trleDdsot of the college played playedTheme play playedlbeme
Theme and Variations Dst Padenewski the theEtude utude tb tbtude
Etude tude in G flat Chopin besides a num number number nunibee ¬
ber of encores encoresSOTJIPTOE eDeOrfsSOULPTOR encosS encossoULFioR
SOTJIPTOE soULFioR KITSON IS DEAD DEADSheridan DEADSlierilan DEADSherldnn
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Sheridan Monument onllnu at at Arlington In InOne IIOn i iOne
One On of Ills Best Pieces PiecesNew IIeeeSew PiecesNew
New York Nov N SL 9Samuel Samuel J Kitson Kitsonthe I iitso iitsothe lt on onthe
the sculptor JIJor who has studios in New NewYcik NewYcn NewYCi
Ycik Ycn k and Boston died today todayMr todayIr
Mr 1 Ir r Kitson was born hi England fifty flflyK fiftygtt
f K gtt tat t years ago He was the nrinelpal nrinelpalsculptor Plinelpa1l5tulptor pi1nepitjeuIptor
sculptor on the interior work in the thelioust thehO thehot
lioust hO st of Wltthun K K Vanderbilt in this thiscjty thisit thisety
cjty it His other works orks Include the Short Shexiilan Sherdan ShortIan
dan monument m n nt at Arlington Va VafrIeze north northfrieze northfrieze
frieze Soldiers ld1eriS and Sailors monument monumenturch monumenttch monumentStcII
urch tch at Hartford Hartf rd Conn and a portrait portraitof portraitGuy
of tn Go Guy > v Greenhalgc in in the Statehouse StatebousePHONE Statebouaen
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niOKALO OKALON OKALONPHONE N NPHONE
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TOSflLOS BRANDY BRABBYSharpens BRANDYbarpens pgy pgya
a Sharpens the richness of ofmince ofIniMe o oa
a mince pies and gives a ting t1ngi
i u line flnish U 1j h iu 1 thf tt Thank ThanfcsQnart Thankch Thay Thaygi
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I EEPTTBLIOA1T RE U LICAN JSA MAJORITY JOEITY IS 58 58ChnnRrcM 58Chanjes
ChnnRrcM In Three District Increase IncreaseTheir IncreulcJIITbeIr increasesi
i Their Hold on House HouseChanges HonseCIIanaa houseChanges
Changes In the Congressional Congre stoilltl delegation delegationannounce deI 4eIOaUInnannounced UOft UOftanno
announce anno announced yesterday 1e terday from rein Kentucky In In indiana
diana Om and Pennsylvania will make the theRepuWican theRepvbUcau theRepubilesu
RepuWican majority in the Howe 58 A In Inthe InUte Inthe
the TfeitU I Kentucky l < district J W V Laa Laaley Lang IutJley LangIcy
ley Kemliean R Itspublfean publiean is now said to have havewoa aueft hamwee
wee eft from k F A AJIOpktM Hopkins the present presentincumbent MeSeDti presentincumbent
i lculRlt incumbentGeorge incumbent incumbentGeorge aL aLGear
George Gear W v Kipp in the Fourteenth FourteenthPennsylvania Foarteeatb FoarteeatbPonnsylvanla FosrtseMhPennsylvania
Pennsylvania ha by has apparently enUy defeated defeatedhis defeatedhis 1 1his
his Republican opponent M E E LIHey LIHeywho Lihleywho e1 e1who
who until u UJ yesterday was believed 11eed to be bethe betbe bethe
the victor victorJohn victorJohn 1ctolJoint
John H Poster was reelected from trvmPIret the theFirst theFirst
First Indiana IBCU rJthoush the district was waathought wastho wasthugbt
thought tho Cbt to have gone c Democratic He Hewon Hewon Ie Iewon
won over G V Menzfes t by a sale pie pierallty plltr plltrrauty ptaralIty
rallty ralltyThe I Irho
rautyTIae
The Fifth Flf Virginia district which was wasin wasIn wasIn
in doubt cJeubt1s is now conceded COft eled to Judge suu Sauaders suudens Suudora
dora dens the Democratic opponent of Dr J JW JsawOIl6 1 1w
W Simmons SimmonsUnless sawOIl6tn1e86 Simmonstnless
Unless there are other r changes cbal t1 t1publicans ttte te R Rpublica Rpubilcans
publicans publica will have ve a majority majorityWhile rlty W t tWhite r8 r8While
While the Democratic D tnOCratl Congressional COI1gre ional Com Committee Committee ¬
mittee is still claiming several close IMe dIn districts c1tetrictfl dIntriets ¬
tricts as doubtful it will take the official officialcount oftlcialcount otflclalcount
count to change these figures figuresBOOT ftguresROOT figuresBOOT
BOOT GIVES ITINERARY ITINERARYSjienkM ITINERARYSIeakH ITI1ERARYSpeaks
Speaks in Kansas City Clt St Louis mid midCincinnati ntH1Cincinnati andCincinnati
Cincinnati on HI South America Amerlcntetary AmericaSeretary AmericaSecretary
Secretary tetary Root yesterehy yeMer hy announced the theitinerary theItinerary
itinerary of g lite It Western trio trioOn trioOn
On November 19 I be will speak m Kan Kansas KanINUi Kanass ¬
ass City before the Commercial Com rcta1 Club Club of ofthat ofthat ofthat
that city cityOn cl1JOn cityon
On the following foII 1 g day he win address add the theTranaMlapisaippi UteTraIuIIJP theTranst1anlipl
TranaMlapisaippi Commercial Congress in inthe iuthe Inthe
the same ame me dty dtyOn dt3Oa ultyOn
On the evening of orN November 21 I he will wfllbe willbe willbe
be the guest at a Atonor or of ofClub the Oawmerctal OawmerctalClub Coi IeclalClub
Club of St st Louts Le and a wilt Ilt deliver an ad address ad addresL address ¬
dress dresLOn dressOn dressOn
On November NOealHlis il f he will make a a speech speechat speechat peeetaat
at a banquet of the Commercial C Club of ofCincinnati cCbadnnad ofCludunati
Cincinnati CbadnnadJoba CludunatiJobs CincinnatiJohn
John Barrett tt United States Statoea Minister ater to toColombia DColombia toColombia
Colombia wit accompany Mr M T Root on 011trip his histrip histrip
trip and will also speak before befonthe the trane traneMlssteslppi tra traI tranoMlseiodpM
Mlssteslppi I Congress Both Mr Ir Root and andair andI andMr
I air r Barrett will devote devote their remarks to tomatters tI tomatters
matters pertaining to South America AmericaON Amen1caON AmerlcaION
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ION ON WAY TO FOREIGN FORE N SHORES SHORESPor
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I For First Time in History President PresidentLeaves PresidentI PresidentLeaves
I Leaves Country CountrySmooth Countryi CountrySmooth CountrySmoot1t
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Smooth Sen nnd BeautIful Weather Weathernt Ventlternt
nt Beginning of Trip to Panama Panamal Panama1t3
l It 1t3 y Presidential Party PartyFor PnrtyFor PartyFor
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For the the first time In the history of the thenation UteML10R thenation
nation the President Has set sail 11I for for foreign for foreI5II fordgs ¬
eign shores With the departure of the thebattle thettle thebattle
battle ttle ship p Louisiana with the President Presidentand PreeMlntand Presidentand
and Ids pafty aboard bound for Panama Panamaanother PaIMUJlaanother Panamaanother
another precedent has be been n shattered shatteredBy abatteredBy shatteredBy
By this time the warship and her con consorts conaorta consorts ¬
sorts the Washington and the Tennessee Tennesseeare
are off the coast of Georgia or Florida Floridaout FJortclaout Floridaout
out of reach of the wireless ire stations The Thesea TIaesea Thesea
sea was smooth yesterday and the theweather theweather theweather
> weather beautiful Several nu meaa messages stapes were werereceived werereceived ere erereceJyed
received as the ships passed Cape Hat Hatteras Hatt Hatterna
teras t on the way south southThe MUthThe southThe
The President Pre k1e t and party were trans transferred traMf traneferred ¬
ferred f to the battle haUL ship Louisiana front frontthe fromthe m mI
the Mayflower at f oclock ocioc1c this thisat mommfr mommfrat monslss monslssat
I at Wolf Trap Light in lower lowerpc Chwa Chwapeake Cbepeake
peake pc Bay and proceeded on their voy voyage TOfto vo voto ¬
age to the JothmtM of ofPIuIama ofPIuIamaiUcHn Panama PanamaBfeHMnfce
4 43ewsnge
BfeHMnfce iUcHn e from the 1rcflldcuf 1rcflldcufNew 1rQlddelltew iresldentNew
New ew York York Nov Xo i IA A message from fromPresident fromPresident rom romPre
President Pre Roosevelt on his way to Pans Panama Planama Pansus ¬
ma was received ree tYed tonight at the ofnce of ofthe ofI ofthe
I the Atlantic Wireless Telegraph Com Company CoAtptUly cozapany ¬
pany 42 4 Broadway The Th message me was re relayed re reJued relayed
layed to the receiving recel station In this city cityfrom eltyfrom cityfront
from the Warn liner Merido It reads readsAmerican readsAmericaq readsAmerlcaii
American citizens cltlzet8on on boaal in com communication commUDlcatlon cornmunicatlon ¬
munication with 1tlt the President expressing expressingwishes ex exv1 expreenngwishes
v1 wishes be for a successful succeaa al trip HIS lit reply replyHeartiest repl replyHertlest
i Heartiest acknowledgment and thanks thanksThe thankTIle thanksThe
The Merida expects to be In touch with withthe wftbthe withthe
the President as far ae Havana Havana Cuba CubaAt C Ct CubaAt
At t S oclock tonight when ben the tbewu message messagewas mesewas
was sent the Mends was as ninety J miles milessouth Rliletlsouth milessouth
south of Cape Hatteras HatterasMayflower HaU HatterasMayflower 8 8I
I Mayflower Reaches Annapolis AnnapolisSpedl AnnapolisSped nnnlIOIfJII18pedal
18pedal Spedl Sped t Ie The WwhtestM W HoaU HoaUAnnapolia llns llnsnnpoUs a II
Annapolia Md Nov 3The The Pre PresMentsyacht IdeDl IdeDl1Wbt
I yacht Maytiower Ueut Byron ByroncomRUWdtng A Long Longcommanding
I Icommanding commanding which hleh conveyed the Frost President Prest Frostdnt ¬
dent from Washington Wash ton to the battle ship shipLouisiana shipLoutslaDa shipLouisiana
II Louisiana down the bay arrived at An Annapolis AnnapoUa Anna ¬
napolis na this afternoon and will remain remainhere remainI remainhere
I here ten days During Durln that time the crew crewof crewof crewof
of the Mayflower will engage m In small smallarms s1lla1larDI8 smallarms
arms target tar t practice pra tice over the Naval NavalAcademy XavalAcademY NavalAcademy
Academy ranges ran ea Lieut Long Lon te a former formerfootball fOfmftfootball formerfootball
football star and will assist A eIat the coaches coachesof
of the Middies team while here hereCAPT MnOAPT hereCAPT
CAPT COUDEN POPULAR POPULARCareer POPULARCnreer POPULARCareer
Career of Man Who In I looking Iookin After Afterthe Afterthe Afterthe
the President Safety SafetyCapt Snfct SnfctCapt SafetyCapt
Capt Albert A1 11 R Couden commanding commandingthe
the battle shin Louisiana Loui lna the man select selected selected selected
ed to look after the safety Mfet of the President Presidentwhile Pre Presidentwhile ident identwblle
while on the high seas 8 te regarded as one oneof oneof oneof
of the most popular officers in the Anton American Antoncan lIIfll lIIfllCAll ¬
can navy navyAmong navYAmon navyAmong
Among Amon the enlisted enH ted men throughout the theservice theervtce theservice
service he is fairly idolized This Is said saidto Wtklto aridto
to be doe to his wife iCe who has been ever everactive everaetive everactive
active In championing the cause of the themen themen themen
men behind the guns gunsDuring Unsf gunsDuring
f Dri During the year of 19W there was > as not a ajack aI ajack
I jack tar or marine who serving with the theUnited theUnited theUntted
United States Asiatic fleet fl t would not notswear notswear notswear
swear by the captain ca ta1n and his wife Capt CaptCouden CaptCouden CaptCouden
Couden at that time was commandant of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Cavite naval station and with his wife wifehe wifehe 1f 1fhe
he left nothing undone to promote the wel welfare welfare we wefare ¬
fare and good healthy moral pleasure of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the enlisted men of the fleet while hlle visiting visitinghte vislt1 visitinghis <
his station Through the influence of the tlwcaptains thecaptains thecaptains
captains tIfo ife balls hops and entertain entertainments entertalnIMnts entertainmeats ¬
meats were given aboard staiD and ashore ashoreand asboreand ashoreand
and many an otherwise dreirr hour was waswhBed waswhUed waswhiled
whiled away pleasantly by b the bluejackets bluejacketsand bluejacketsand bluejacketsand
and marines m rlnea through the efforts e rt of o her herwho Mrwho herwho
who wag wa affectionately called c c Aled the angel of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the fleet fleetWhenever fieet fieetVheHftr fleetWhenever
Whenever any enlisted men would 1 1seat 1M 1MtJt beet
seat et tJt home for discharge Capt Couden Coudenwould Coudenwould Coudenwould
would order out the Cavite naval station stationband stationbend stationbond
band in order to give the boys iv merry merrysend merrysend
send oft before department for the home homeland homeJaOO bornelend ¬
I land landCapt JaOOCapt lendCapt
Capt Couden left i tt the Asiatic station in inAugust InAugust InAugust
August 19M 19MAlbert 1 1Albert 1O4Albert
Albert R Couden was born in Indiana IndianaOctober IndianaOctober IndianaOctober
October O 1S46 and was appointed to the theUnited theGnlted theCntted
United States Naval aval Academy September SeptemberM
M 13 from the State of Utah He grad graduated gra graUted ¬
Uted in 1S87 and first saw service on the theold theold theold
old Franklin flagship EurQpean Squad Squadroc Squadro Squadrozz
roc ro was WA promoted to ensign served servedaboard erv servedaboard d daboardtbe
aboard aboardtbe the Plymouth European Stationromoted Stationpromoted Station Stationpromoted
promoted to master ma ter and commissioned commissionedlieutenant commissionedlIeuten commissionedlieutenant
lieutenant lIeuten nt in 1S71 1S71He 1S71He 1371He
He was promoted to be lieutenant com commander commander cornmander ¬
mander in March 15S9 promoted to be becaptain becaptain becaptain
captain January 15 190C 19O He will ill attain attainthe attainthe attainthe
the rank of f rear admiral about next nextMarch nextMuch nextMarch
March and will retire r tfr on acocunt of age agelimit agelimit agelimit
limit October 8ft IMS IMSCapt 100sCapt 19SCapt
Capt Couden was as the senior naval offi officer officer cliicer ¬
cer during the recent landing of marines marinesin mftrlnes mftrlnesIn
in Cuba and for his efficiency was select selected ge1ecteel selectel ¬
ed by the Navy Xa Department D partment to pilot the thePresident thePreshent thePresident
President to Panama PanamaRcfuNe PanamaUefUHe PamRefuse
Refuse to Par Losses in Full FullBerlin FulLBerlin
I Berlin Nov No 9 3Mayor Mayor ayor Schmitz of f San SanFrancisco SADFrand8co SanFrancisco
Francisco has failed in an effort to toln tolndnce In Induce InI ¬
I duce the German fire insurance companies companiesto COJRI les lesto
to mkke good losses in the San Francisco Franciscoearthquake FranciscoearthqUke Franciscoortht
earthquake ortht iake and fire He has been here herethree
t three days arguing atS1 with the companies companiesbut companiesI companiesbut
but the latter ltt stubbornly bbomty refuse reL se to yield yieldsaying yieldsaying yieldsaying
I saying that the th earthquake and not the theOre theOre thefire
Ore caused the th losses
SNFFRAGE SFFRAGE IS WANTED WANTEDlll ATED ATEDBrightwootijitizeiis
lll BriglitovoodJitazens gbtoodJitJzes Discuss DiscussLack 1iseussLaek I
Lack of Citizenship CitizenshipENDORSE CiIizens1iipflThORSE itizells11i lc I IINDORSE
ENDORSE NEW CASINO PARK PAKEStreet PARKStreet PARKStreet
Street Railway Itnl ltallwa Service JlroiiKlttUp JlroiiKlttUpj JJron Brought ht Ut UtJCJDber8 Up UpUernbers
j 3Ieinbera UrBcd to Work T rownrl Towaralan rownrlan ivrnril ivrnrilan
an Improvement of Present Con Conditions COIIdltlonSAddrCXeN ConditIonsAddressea
ditions dltlonSAddrCXeN ditIonsAddressea AddrexxcK Are Undo liy liyainny h hnnn Ijylnny
ainny nnn lnny Prominent People PeopleThe PeopleThe
I IThe
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The question q tlon of extending suffrage st rae to tothe
the citleeas of oftbe the District of Columbia Columbiaand J Jand
I and the matter of the Improvements ImplOveuu Ui la laexisting I IsexistIng i
I existing street railway conditions were werediaciuwed werecttcu werediscussed
discussed ed at the monthly meeting ting of the theIJrigluwood theJrbJttwood the1rIghtwood
IJrigluwood Citizen Aesocfetlon IIIR held beldat I Iat
at the Brightwood Hotel last night nightThe j jThe I II
I The address eM of the evening vem g waf VU made by byThomas byI byThomas
I Thomas Tho C C Noycs NO of Waehlnslon and andMontgomery andI atMontgomery
Montgomery OQ50meIT County Count Md who 110 vnm pros prescut pres prosent
i ient
I ent as the guest of the a q nocisttea nocistteaMr socmtton socmttonMr 1oL j ji
Mr Noyes dwelt W lt with special emphasis cmphasiupon em emupon emphasisupon
i
upon the necessity of the t cHittns of ofWashington ofaabington
I Washington taahJn8ton aabington directing dtr Un their attention attatlonI to toI topurely
I purely local affairs They are he said saidproud wpro asidproud
proud pro of ° Washington WhiD n aa the national cap capHal capttal capIts
Hal ttal Its but should depend J leas Ie upon poD the aid aidof atdof aidof
of Congress and direct their attention to tothe lOtbe tothe
the matters of importance m In which login legislation I IIllatJon loginlatlon ¬
lation is not needed or desired The TheGreater TJaeG TheCuester
IllatJon Greater G ater Washington Wa project he declared declaredshould c1eclaredI declaredshould
should receive T lve the indorsement Indone ment of Of every everycitizen 8 eoryeitien 01 01cttken
I citizen of the District as it meant not notthe ROtthe notthe
the sacrifice crl of the arekUactnraJ a llftectanrJ beauty beautyof beutyof i
of the city but a greater rfeveioptneat in inbusiness IDand Inbasinene
lof business and manufacturing lines linosHe IInOllHe linesHe
He urged the necessity > of cooperation cooperationIn
I In this direction d1rect1pn and suggested ted the fortes foniiatfcm fon fonI fortesUn
I tfcm of a general association in order that thati thatthis
i this and other matters of Importance Importancemight ImgortaJleeBllPt Imortaneemight
might be brought to a successful teette teettei lomeItight
i j Right to Vote ote Will VIII C Cmne Cmnej CaineIn mo moj
j In referring to the right of suffrage suffrageIVIr suft suftr suffrageMr
IVIr r Noyes NOJ said the time would Ou14 undoubt undoubtedly undfJUbtedly undnzbtodly ¬
edly come when Washington shall have havegrown havegrown 1 1I
I grown wn to a city of Svd idOt0 W or even le9 le9inhabitants 1 1IInhabual1ts 1COOfl 1COOflInhabitants
inhabitants that Congress CODT will be forced forcedto fOlCEdto forcedto
IInhabual1ts to grant to its citisens that right which whicht whichour
t our forefather battled for and won in the thewar thewar thewar
> war of the Revolution on the leslie that thattaxation tllatUDttoa thattaxtIe
taxation witboot representation repre is intyranny istyranny i itI1U1D7
tyranny tyrannyIn I II I
In closing l1 Mr Noyes referred to the thestreet tbestrast
i
street railway o service and u u1II8J11b urged tai taimembers UImembers
members w to renewed eftorta far the k Ht betterment t tterment i itenBeDt
terment of extsJng td8 conditIon eondRkmsAddressea eunCJft conditIonAddresses i iAdtlrel8e
Addresses l on these subjects were weNO made madeateo madeaiso
ateo by T H Green W V a S Kean Keu eaa WIM WIMiam WUtf WUtIa1 1Wlam
lam MaX Clayton Mayor W WC C Plait YJa of ofTakoma otI o oTalcoma
f
Takoma Tak and nd P W Hofanan HofananOn HOImSImotion
I On motion of President t Shoemaker Uw Uwacaociation UteU theaoclation
elation U passed a resolution raoIuU Indorsing 1acIGrII Indorsingthe
I I > the proposed establishment e by the Com Comj ColliI Cornmissioner
I j missioner of a casino park In Rock Creek CreekPark CreekPark CreekPark
Park The Brightwood Association A wociadonfor has hasfor hasfor
for a number of years ean advocated such tAle tAlek a apark apark
park k a similar resolution having been beeni beeDpaaed beespassed
i passed by the association in Inf 1882 1882To 1 1To
f To Ask AtI Confrc Congress to Iny InyWilton llt lltUtoa InyWilton
Wilton Utoa J Lambert spoke of the cost coatI
I I of the extraordinary improvements now nowa JIOWUDder nowunder
UDder way Ia the DIIJU1ct DIIJU1cta District nd eeced eeceda
a resolution which eh wa was waalac adopted remind reminding remindlug ¬
lug Congress that these nnJsrtakiups nndertaldi are areto 11ftto areto
to a very great extent of a Fodera 1rLcJIar 1rLcJIaracter char character charer ¬
acter er and that tbatand Congress saosjti frsBy frsByand egeDyand
and equitably eqtltta comply copbrwlth with th tI eosnuact cemjmctmade eosnuactmade 1 1with
made with the DsMrfet bo t 1S5C 1m i so o far an anlocal a aIoeal arIocaj
local improvements bacN 1m18 are voNoeracd MIIeer MIIeerpaJlaa e coramd by bypaying y ypayhaj
paying onehalf ball of the cost co and aadjQlrtlter aadjQlrtltertbat itd Atrtbmthat Qsrther Qsrtherthat
that an extensive ext and nttkxtftj uatlotsgtakIngs under underUiMnsjs WIdertaJcInp
takIngs seek och as a large parks ami the tItetlonal na national astonal ¬
tonal ay system tem of street railway raO extension extensionshould exeMIGIIhouId extensionshould
should be wholly provided for by the theUnited theGaited theUnited
United State The resolution farther fartherstated t1Irtherstated furtherstated
stated that a loan or bond issue is neces necessary ftfCeS8RIT areesy areesRecoinniends ¬
sary y
8RITI1eeotlnncndJli
Recommend Electric Lights LightsThe LI LightsThe htll htllI
The resolution offered O end by William Ram Ramwood Ramy Ramsay
I
say y renewing the request t that Br ikgbt ikgbtwood
wood avenue be Heated ted with wtt wttarc electric efecfcrfcarc electricarc
I arc lamps lam was adopted as was wasoefered also one oneottered oneered
ottered ered by by Jacob Xander protaatiws protaatiwsagMtaat preeut proteeiuisagainst
against t the chance of the name of ihtf ihtfavcnuo tbItatCD thl thlavenue
avenue avcnuoResolutions atCD avenueResolutktns
atCDBt8IutlDns
Resolutions offered bjr James TaIIIMC Dempsey Dempaeyand Dempseyand
and C W Ray were also adopted ex expressing expletJllln oxpreng ¬
pressing < the appreciation of the action actionof actIeIIof ortleitof
of the Capitol Capl l Traction Company eo in n ex extending ext ¬
t tending a through car service to 18wood Bright Brightwood Brightwood
wood and urging upon the Comotte CunuIIIMen Commimos Commimosera on oners ¬
ers the necessity y of recommending legin leginlatkm epllation legiaItlon
latkm which will secure the extension eaalon of ofFourteenth ofFourteeatlt ofFourteenth
Fourteenth and Sixteenth streets from fromtheir fromtbeJr fromtheir
their present terminal I to the District DMtlctline Districthtn Districtline
line htn
lineThe
The members of the association as were in invited M MTI Invited ¬
vited TI to be present at the meeting meeU of ofthe 6Cthe ofthe
the Petworth Citizens Clti Associatl n next nextTuesday DdtTue nextTuesday
Tuesday Tue night Hon George H Harries Harriespresident Harries HarriesprwJdeftt HarnIospresident
president of the Washington Wuhln ton Railway and andElectric RftdEIectrte andElectric
Electric Company will be in attendance attendanceand attelMlaReeaad attendanceand
and the question of an improvement In Inthe Intile Inthe
the Brightwood car service iee will 11l be con considered CP1asIdered considered ¬
sidered sideredMBIGHT sIderedFIGHT sideredFIGHT
MBIGHT FIGHT FOR CHILDS ESTATE ESTATESuit EST ESTTESuit ATE ATESnit
Suit IK Instituted on n Behalf of John JohnEdwnrrt JolutEdwnrcl JoiruEdward
Edward Shea SheaJohn ShenJohn SheaJohn
John Edward Shea an infant through throughhte throuhhis throughhis
his mother Helen F l Shea yesterday In Instituted mstUuted Instituted ¬
stituted suit against Arthur Alth r Mulloy Mullo and andAnnie aDdAnnie andAnnie
Annie Mulloy ulloy for the purpose of having liavlnga
a trust declared decJa to exist for their benefit benefitin benefttIn benefitin
in house 396 C street southwest southwestThe southwestThe southwestThe
The bill filed through Attorneys Wilton WiltonJ Iton ItonJ
J Lambert and James S EasbySmith EasbySmithstates EasbySmfthstates EasbySmithstates
states that th t Edwarfl Shea father raUI r of the theboy theboy theboy
boy died in this city in February Februar 19M and andthat andthat endthat
that previous to his demise about the 33d 33dof doC d dof
of February FebruarytIM DM he entered into an anagreement aDAgreement anagreement
agreement with the Mulloys IulJo S to purchase purcliasehouses purchaaehou8e8 purchasehouses
houses 124 and 3S 3M C street southwest The Thepurchase Toopurcbue Thepurchase
purchase price was placed at 4 4561 08 and andS10M andt andwas
S10M t was to be paid for each in cash and anda
a mortgage on the property prop rt assumed for forthe forthe forthe
the balance SIres it is alleged paid tho thocash thocash thecash
cash consideration and as a matter matterconvenlenee of ofconvenience o oconvenience
convenience allowed the title of the prop property pro proert projerty
erty ert to be taken by bMre Mrs Mulloy ruo his sla slater sI8 sI8ter ideter ¬
ter terIt
It is also set forth that without his hisknowledge nlsknowledge hisknowledge
knowledge Mrs Mulloy and her husband husbandundertook ltusblm1undertook husbandundertook
undertook to sell the house at 324 C street streetThe streetThe streetThe
The court was asked to compel an ac accounting accountJng accounting ¬
counting and if necessary necesgCr to direct that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the property be sold and the proceeds ap apportioned npportioned apportioned ¬
portioned according to tho interest of the tleparties liteIt theparties
parties It was 1l8 also asked that trustees trusteesand tru8t trusteesand S Sand
and a receiver be appointed aI > OOfnted to collect tile tilerents tilerents the therents
rents pending litigation litigationTAPT IIUgltlonTAFT lltigstlonTAF1
TAFT AT FORT SHEEEDAN SHEEEDANSize SHERQAN SHERQANSize
Size of Post Cannot Be Enlarged EnlargedOivinK Enlltr EnlargedOwing el elOwing
Owing to Great Value nluc of Land LnndChicago LandChicago LandChicago
Chicago IlL Nov 9 9Secretary Secretary of War WarTaft WarTaft WarTaft
Taft came to Chicago today todn and an after afterbreakfast aiterbreakfast afterbreakfast
breakfast hurried out to Fort Sheridan SheridanLater SheridanLater SheridanLater
Later in the tbtday day he explained that the thecost thee thecost
cost e of land adjoining the fort would wouldmake wouldm wouldmake
make m e impossible Im08 lble the plan to Increase se the thesize thes the8km
size s 8km of the theaumy army post at atnrOS atrosent atrosentWe present presentWe l1t l1tWe
We cannot C3D either Increase lnc 1ncreae o or reduce reducethe reducetoo reducethe
the post at t Fort Sheridan said Id Mr MrTaft MrTaft Ir IrTaft
Taft We 17e cannot includo It In the th list listof Ustof listof
of forts to be Increased to brigade size sizeae afzeas sIzeas
as the cost of the land on the north northshore northshore northshore
shore is too tot high highMr highMr highMr
Mr Taft accompanied by Quartermas Quartermaster Quartermaster ¬
ter General Gf neral Humphreys ana General Bart Bartry Eara
ry acting chief of staff Ieft Iefcto Iefttoiiight tohightto tohighttocontinue 1lghtto to tocontinue
continue the th tour ur of inspection which will willinclude willInclude 111 111Include
1 include Forts Leavenworth venworth Riley sill sillaad Sillnd Smand
and nd Houston
NEW EW RECORD POE PORPOSTGPFICE PORPOSTGPFICELnuuul POSTGPPICE POSTGPPICEUiiiiKunl f fIluiunl
UiiiiKunl 3 > umlier uni1erof of Undelivered Icl Iclter Jctter icfters
ter ters IN Handled HandledThe HalLilledI I
I The desire of Postm postmaster ster General Cortel CortelOn Cortelyou i iyou
you tc make the division dh1 kn of dead letter letterof lettenlf lettersof
of f the Postofllee Den 1e intent the modat modatostabishment mod modotoctabIskment t tI
I ostabishment of its kind aid the particu particular p particulan rtJ ta tatar ¬
tar attention which has ha been given lven to it by byFourth byI lyFourth
I Fourth Atstetant Af8l taut Postmaster P e1 General De DeGraw DeGraw DcGtw
Graw have resulted re uttNlln in new records for forAciency or eC eCi efficlency
i Aciency in the work of that division dhl lon Its Itsreport Its1ePCtt Itsreport
report for October 1906 shows that the thenumber thenumber
Iumber number of f undelivered letters returned to tosenders tonden tonders i
senders nden In 10 that th t month exceeded all former formermonthly formerI orlner orlneri
i monthly record ncordil being 282661 against fttnJMt111JIf againstI
I 187187 the preceding month and 168 1043 W1 In Inthe InI Inthe
the corresponding corre JOndinl month last Ja t year yearNot yearNot ear earNot
I Not only was th the monthly record broken brokenbut brokenbut brokenbut
but th the record rd for one week eM which felt was wasaccomplished wasI wasaeeompllahsd
I accomplished n the week w k of October Octoberwhen 28 D
27 when 467 16751 M lotion Idlt r were retuwied and andalso ancIfer andalso
also fcr a single day da October Octo i S when whens588 w wI whenlOO
I s588 J letters wer were tor returned Thirtyone per percent percent
i cent of returraWe > Ie letters let ter were restored to toendr I II Iomdrs
I M endr as aghast lnst 30 1 per cent for Oelobor Oeloborrm O OeLoer1s lOOt
rm 1 1s Mr Cortelyott to especially desirous desirousof cle8iro cle8iroI
I of baft hmrljf all undelivered mail matter re retomad re rei returned
i turned to senders dffs when It t is poofble to toIceat tok toIrct
Iceat k tI them and fs a therefore tht > tore much m h gnat gratlti IratHied gnattiled
lti tiled d with th ths s flu Fh shwtus shwtusI winr winrThe wID wIDThe
I The total number of pieces of QfUllcIttfted QfUllcIttftedI f unclaimed unclaimedmatter upclalmedmatter
I matter received in the division last month monthwas tothlCttJ moithwas
was lMIS lCttJ as compared with 1843 t4 ihUbt in inOctober inOctolwr InOctober
October of tout yt yttr r The amount of ofmoney ormoney ofmoney
money found In deid letters also shows showsa
i a a fIderab1e < > iderabte increase hI ret being JMJUM US in inr8 InI inletters
I 6S2a r8 letter against HttO tM9 In W i 4G letters lettersin lettersIn
in October 185 185HEUT JJ JJLIEUT wLIDUT
HEUT GARRISON APPOINTED APPOINTEDIK
IK 3Indc Professor ProrCt = or of 3Iathcnintica 3Iathcninticant
nt tins Naval Academy AcademyI AcailemySpedul cu1em cu1em5pecI
I Specfal t TIM WnMMte llodd lloddAnnapcHs I1Ot I1Oti I IADnapcn
i AnnapcHs fc4 I isov tTIIe The NaT De Department De Depsrtb1t Dopantinoit ¬
partment has informed Lieut Lkut David Dn11l M MQarrison tIOtrrl8on 1 1Garrison
Garrison of the nvy n navy Y that he has been hoeni b eaeommlaloned beencommissioned
i commissioned H wcfessor DICl of matbenrttics matbenrtticsiin
iin 1Ia the nav na navy > He will retain n his present presentrank praeatnuak presentI
I rank rankLieut nuakUeut
I Lieut Garrisons transfer to the corps co of ofj ofprofeera ofiirofemons
j professors Is I made de at his own request and andupon andupon
j upon the recommendation of the Supertn Supertni SU SUt
i t ta < ndent of the Xa NatJ il Academy because becauseof
of an affection atie of the foot which wltlchLtetrt wltlchLtetrtGamo Ltevt LtevtGarrison LiestGarrison
Garrison found would disqualify uaJlCy him from fromregular fzQmrecular fromregular
regular duty in the line HneHe HaeH lineHe
He H qualified at a recent examination In InWashington 1ftWton InWashington
Washington Lieut Garrison on has bean an anassistant antaDt anassistant
assistant taDt in mathematics at the academy academyfor academyfor
for 01 nearly three years yearsSOCIETY yearsSOCIETY yearsSOCIETY
SOCIETY SEES THE BLOOMS BLOOMSAttends BLOO BLOOMSAttends iS iSAttends
Attends the Two Exhibitions of ofChrysanthemums ofChrysanthemums ofChrysanthemums
Chrysanthemums ChrysanthemumsInterest ChrysanthemumsIntcrcHt ChrysanthemumsInterest
Interest Aroused 1 It lay > y the Shown Sho that thatAgricultural tllntAre that1re
Are BeIng 11011 hr the War nr anaL R1HLri anaLgriiiltural
Agricultural ri u1tural Departments DepartmentsArmy DcpnrtmentN DcpnrtmentNI DcpnrtmentNAnaJ DepnrtmentNAnn
I
Army Ann nlitofi wepe m lit the Utethe majsehamong majority majorityttlttOVUF
among ttlttOVUF the VftOfllft people of DCQtfilttCftCC prominence who wllotIte vfe0 vf vfltt vie vielIed
ltt lIed < the doable bill m ba baOW8 chryMnthesjiaai chryMnthesjiaaishows chryaanthe um umshows
shows yesterday y The attendance IUt8l DCe ex exceeded uceeded oxceedad ¬
ceeded that of the preceding day and aadwomen andwomen I IWG8IeII
women In costly and stylish < IIA gowns p min mingled mm mmglad hi hiSled ¬
Sled freely and indiscriminately mdl8crlmlna LeI7 with withtheir wttbtb withtheir
their tb more poorly dressed sisters to the thetons thebrag I IIi
tons thM lines that filed through the theMOM green greenhouscsv
Ii jhouses jhousesoet houscsv houscsvMost I
Most oet of those t visiting the War Depart DepartIn eputmeat Deceitmost
meat ex In the tbebacIr propasjs opagatInggerdmm opagatInggerdmmhack Jngiardens JngiardensAgrtcyKoral
hack oftb4t of th Bureau oC oCPrIDdn rsvIug said saidPruning
Pruning < seemed eDt OR o taktIIIr III tile tileArlet theAgnicIturaI
Arlet AgnicIturaI AgrtcyKoral aral Department Dea show was well weHtoenth welland WI WIYilllted
and aim Yilllted tM groesonssa at ateeDdI Yo Yoteenth
toenth and B BI streets streetsAU streetsI
I I AU day daythees there was wasa a stream of visitor visitormovies flIttersmovIDs yWlencmoving
movies in both directions drec scram the theMonument theMonut theMonument
Monument grounds from one exhibit to tothe CDUk tothe
the other Hearty half a hundred car carriers eAba carniges ¬
riers also am made the abort journey 1M 1Mt1Hfla be betwesis Be Between ¬
tween the th two points but a number of oftho 01tbf ofthoe
tho tbf who cane te carriage left them t at atFoor atB atFornth
Fornth Foor + xom d B streets and walked walkedacross wakedaerv walkedacross
across the park parkM parkThe f fThe
The htoasums m 1ft the propagating F Fare jar yarway jardens
dens are 8Ddoubtedl andotihtedy the best bI every eft1TWQ everyway
way ever jrown rown there tberew1lo A distinguished dtetinsntehcdlooking distinguishedlooking
looking man who vtattod the War De Departmeet De DeIUtReet Doprtment
partmeet exhibit eshJbIt and who has traveled traveledextensively traveledextenIyety ftaveJehi <
extensively hi conversation with an at attendant attePdant attomlajit ¬
tendant said the blossoms were unques unquestionably unq tinquosthinably ¬
tionably the finest he had ever seen hi hiany hian hrany
any an part of the world that even to Ja Japan JaPIU1 ispan ¬
pan he had not seen their equal He Heasked Heuked Heaed
asked many qnesttona as to how they
had been crown and the care of the theplants tilets thepleats
plants plantsThe pleatsThe ts tsTbe
The blossoms on show m In the tJ Agricul Agricultural tcuJtural Igricultotal ¬
tural greenhouses It te admitted are not notas JIOtas notas
as good as they have we been for several severalwere Mftnears severalyears
ears put but It I upaIDed that the thewere they theywere
were grow entirely out of doors Never Nevertheless Nevrthelea Nevertheless ¬
theless they are beauties beaudn and greatly t17 ad admired MImlftd admIred ¬
mired by the thousands who have seen seenthem NeDthem seenthem
them themIt themIt themIt
It is not generally N18lb known that the War WarDepartment WarDepartlMltt WarDepartment
Department JIOpa propagating ttft5 gardens are in infact Inlact Infact
fact lact the White House gardens It was wasstated wustatee wasstated
stated by Landscape Gardener Brown Brownyesterday Browne Brownyestenday
yesterday e that while only one house e of ofchrysanthemums otchrysanthemums ofchrysanthemums
chrysanthemums aVe on exhbitkm there therewere tberew therewere
were w re two grown The blossoms b of f th thfirst tM tMfirst thefirst
first house have been blooming bIoom for a amonth aJDOD amonth
month JDOD I past and the blossoms have ba been beencut betncut beencut
cut and used to decorate the White WhiteHowe WhiteHouse WhlteH WhlteThole
Howe HoweThose H Houserhose
Those In the exhibition house will be becut becut becut
cut Monday KoIw1 y mopnirg Ir ae soon as the show showIs showIs showis
Is closed and distributed It Is learned learnedthat lamfdtJat leartietithat
that the churches and hospitals bo plta1s will w I Itbelr get gettheir gettheir
their ueqal 1 quota and it Is probable that thata
a number win be sent to friends of Mrs MrsKoosevelL MrsRoosevelt In
I Roosevelt KoosevelLNot RooeeveltNot RooseveltNot
Not pore than fifteen peivceat of the theblooms theblooms theblooms
blooms will be fit to end out when cut cutas cutIts cutas
as it Its a seldom that they last Ja t more than thana tbaatWtek
a week at the most A number are al already alreadt already ¬
ready showing signs of fading fadJWGAIN fadngGAIN fadingGAIN
GAIN FOR PEOPLES RULE RULEntinnal RULEJ RULEJXntlonnl RULEXntIonal
ntinnal Federation CInim 104 Con ConfrrcMsmcn ConJreHl Congressmen
frrcMsmcn JreHl ll1en Favor Direct DI ct Vote VoteA VoteA rote roteA
A statement was issued last 1astnl night ht by byUio bytJt byth
Uio tJt organization known kn ft as the t National NationalFederation NationalFederation NationalFederation
Federation for Peoples Rule declaring declaringthat declarIngtttat declaringtat
that of the members elected to the next nextnational next1ta nextaaUonal
national 1ta pal House of Representatives lOt lOtfavor 101favor
1 favor the passage of a bill providing for fora fordirect fora
a direct vote system for public questions questionsOf queatlonaOf
Of this number seventytwo are Demo Democrats Demoerats Democrate ¬
crate and thirty thirtytwo two Republicans It is isannounced IS ISannoUlKetI Inannounced
announced that in Wiser Wternstn twin all bit four fourof foutof fourof
of the twentyfour Republican and tlntIbemo tlntIbemocmtic bemo bemocrntic bernocrutic
crntic nominees pledged themselves to tosuch tosuch tosuch
such legislation 1 latlol1 and am of the unpledged unpledgedtwo unple1 unpiedgedtwo ed edtwo
two were defeated In Missouri all of the thesixteen tbesixteen thesixteen
sixteen Democratic nominees and five of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Republicans pledged themselves Of Ofthe orthe Ofthe
the eleven Republicans who refused only onlythree onhthree onlythree
three were elected electedTire electedThe tectedTb
Tire Tb organisation which has been con conconducting conconducting conconducting
conducting this work prepared questions questionsfor queaUo questlonfor jJ jJtor
for nominees which were proposed ed by byreferendum byreferendum
1 referendum league and by b the heads of ofi ofvarl ofvarbus
i various varl > us farmers organizations the same samehaving stlmuha1ng samehaving
having received re < Ived the indorsement of f the theI thoAmerIcan theAmerican
I American Federation of Labor LaborT LaborIF LaborTFYOU
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use of a thumb was lost on account of ofthe ofthe
the t e toe loss of a thjnmb t1tu tUfll 1800 2000 9tt was to lost lostThte lostThis
This is the latest modern version of the theoM thelii
oM lii nursery rhyme as as s it applies to Ute Uiecase thee
case e of Herr hem Rosenthal the pianist who whowas whoW whowp
was W wp billed be lied to play at the National Thea Theater Theaten ¬
ter yesterday afternoon afternoonIt ttemooaIt
It may ilia take a wide stretch of a vivid vividimagination vividImagbmtlcn hid hidI
imagination I tlm to believe that tbata a single part particle perUrio ¬
cle of dost caused ttSfod so much damage dama l but butit butIt
it is the cold hard truth to M Maarts orl2 riz Rosen Rosenthai oje Rosenthai > n nthaI
thai the celebrated br8tnJ pianist pian who sits in inbis InbtsKpaItlllfftt
his btsKpaItlllfftt apartment lu the New Wlllard UJard star surrounded starresaded ¬
rounded by numerous press agents man ntanagers manPh manajars
agers Ph and myriads of bottles of lInt liniment lIntnt ¬
ment nt that Impart ftrt to the room reoin that choice t hohceasQana
aroma UOnta that emanates nates from UK accident
ward of a hospital hospitaLFses
Attraen > Fses IfCK Injured IJiwit IJiwitThere JJI IigilThcre lt ltlMre
There he was found last night ht sitting sittingin
in an easy chair with the th > injured digit digitwrapped d digitwrapped t tWIaPP
wrapped in bandages baD and adhesive plas plaster plastn pinstoT
toT held aloft by its disconsolate ate owner ownergytiT
Every Ev move of the great musicians fe fet foilor t tor
or body as he came le to welcome The TheHeralds TheHeralds
Heralds rejkrter ft reThrter rtereeemecI seemed to cause > ex oxcruelating
eructating pain to the beloved member memberIn memberIn
In spite Ite of the pain and great t financial financinilas
Idas las it has occasioned no mother was wasever wasever
ever more proud of her child than Herr HerrRonenthal
Rosenthal was of his linenincased thumb thumblSpon
Upon Oft noticing ftOtIctft the reporters repone gaze fasten fastened taatentd ¬
I ed upon It and before replying to his hisgreeting htar hisgreeting
r greeting tJn a wrapt expression eXprelt IoD came into intohis Intohta Intohis
his eyes eye and be gently Uy pressed It to his hisbreast his8t hisbret
breast 8t and proceeded to feed it Itwitb ItwitbI ItwAthmore with withmore
I more linament from his b favorite bottle bottleDos bottleDos bottleDOs
Dos Ian 1 vat mine doctor tell me so sobe 80I sobe
I be said alter Iter the operation in explanation explanationand extla a1lon a1lonI
I and apology as he reached out his left lefthand eftI lefthand
I hand to Ma visitor visitorWhat visitorWbat
i What 1aat Is 1 the matter tter with your mir th thbe thumb ItrIte thumbbe
be was u asked askedIt askedIt
It In Hurled HurtcdAftet YCJ YCJAfter Ti TiAllot
After numerous sJgbs lIIIItaAM and aa Many ManyAhs assayAm
AM the ptaahtt jaa ventured the Utedea expiaaft expiaaftdon exisuadon
don don4Lt
donIt
4Lt It hi bunted 1nIr Ml ye yeI yes yesI
I do mx know bow I bnrte tsd It K bs 1I I Imet IIt Ianut
anut met have scratched It kfeetfe once lid then tbeIateede q qbelle
belle piece of dus 4 sothe tile musician musicianqvtated musiciansquinted sdaD sdaDbIa
squinted his eyes e to ghr sift the reporter reportersome rteIhIM reporterale
some ale Idea of the particles particlesget eiusIese1t eiusIese1tget 111 It Itleie
get into the scratch and then thenthumb t raise adDethumb raisethrush
thumb it gets big b und and a little bit bitbigger bitbIsPr bitbigger
bigger und then I am not able to play playThe pia piaThe playThe
The uninjured hand was run through throughthe throughthe lthe
the mass of curly black hah that cessna carersthe ccwent cessnathe
the t pianists head headI
I will lose tousands UNa of dollars yea yeareally 7MoftAU1 yesreally
really be exclaimed escls I gets U one ODeIMI tow towsand to tosand
sand IMI dollars doItn an hoar for my Maying und undas anda turdas
a as I riB tU be unable to May Wa bl y tree day dayS I Ivm Iviii IrUt
vm lose MM tree tousamf t tousan dollars yet yetH yetHis et etHili
H His manager JD3n aer interposed Inte at this remark remarkand IeIIII1Eud remarkand
and by the language of the t eyes told toldHerr teNl toldHerr
Herr l err Rosenthal that be bad saM aidIIItJdL too taomuck toomuch
much muchAfter muck4fttf
IIItJdL4fter After this a all 11 jrewarfca to the uee pianistwere pianist pianistwere
were e enrwewd by btJde hto s manager The ThemMtetan TNurt Theusnalelse
mMtetan seemed hurt urt at this interruption interruptionbut Interruptiontit t tNt
but soon forgot all in the absorbing a fls flscktatkm tb tbdnadoD tscinudon
cktatkm ofthe bandage on his hand and andHnndin aDdbe andbe
be retired to a corner to jane upon It ItJlnnb Itlinnals
Hnndin 10 to ii lie Insured InsuredThe IusurcdTIle InsuredThe
The manager stated that Mr Rosenthal Rosenthalcarried Rualcarrted Resentbaicarried
carried no Insurance ln wance upon Ms iliahe bands as ashe ashe
he believed that if ever eVer be lost the use useof eof useof
of them he could make ke the same samethat mosey moseythat Y YtJtat
that be does now by writing compost conpositeos COIDpGIISeftonl compostSeveral
teos Several days before the 1MTer accident accidenthowever accidenthowever
however Ter according to the t manager be hewas bewas bewas
was persuaded d to shin an a insurance paper papercovering IIRPOft impercovering
covering Oft na the low of his hand to the theamount thent theamount
amount nt of J1 O 1150550 W This policy y will 1ll not notgo ROtbate notge
go into effect until the ffch of tu tlAlIS month monthHe Jll8DtbHe monthII
He II also stated sU ted that there win be no noexchange 110exe noexchange
exchange exe a of tickets tleke The ones being held heUby heldpatr heldb
by b patrons patr will be good for the return returnconcert reuarnC returnconcert
concert to be behen given to Washington W8bIn on the theafternoon theahemooo theafternoon
afternoon of December 7 The way to topie totile tothe
tile elevator was locked by several pee pe0ple peepie
pie who were awaiting their chance to tosee toMe tosee
see tje tIe eminent musician musicianWashington muRelalaWasbl musicianWashington
Washington Wasbl OI1 music lovers were greatly greatlydisappointed greatlydisappointed b bl
disappointed l at not betas being able abI to hear hearMr bearMr hearMr
Mr Rosenthal RosenthalPie RORfttbaLJe RosenthaLHe
Pie Je was as at the theater shortly 0 before beforethe beforethe beforethe
the time for the curtain to go up and andtried aDdtried andtred
tried to practice on the piano but his hislinger hisr hisfinger
linger r was so sore and swollen that he hehad hehad hehad
had to give he up the attempt attemptNO attemptNO attemptNO
NO MORE CABINET CHANGES CHANGESPresident CHANGESIrClddent CKANtESIrcsldent
President Xow Xo Haw Things ArraiiRctl ArraiiRctlto Arran etl etlto
to Suit Him HimPresident IBmtlt1ddent HimIroeldent
President Roosevelt has no intention of ofmaking rmaki ofmaking
making say changes in his Cabinet other otherthan tlaerthan otherthan
than those that have been n announced announcedOn an announcedon OUlle OUlleOn
On March 4 the Cabinet wilt be made up upas upas upas
as follows State Mr tr Root of New York TorkTreasury YorkTreasury YorkTreasury
Treasury Mr Cortelyou of New York YorkVar Yorkr YorkVar
Var r Mr Taft of Ohio Navy Mr Met Metcalf MettmiC et etCalf
calf of California justice JtI8Uee ustIce Mr r Bona Bonaparte oaaparte Hensparte ¬
parte of Maryland interior Mr Ir Gar GarfieW Garftekl Garfield
field of Ohio Postoffice Mr Meyer of ofMassachusetts ofifu ofMassachusetts
ifu Massachusetts Agriculture Mr Wilson Witeonof Wilsonof PftHn PftHnof
of Iowa Commerce and Labor Mr MrStnns froStnnt MrStrsur
Stnns of New York YorkDespite Yo YorkDespite k kDe
Despite De plte all reports to the contrary Sec Secretary SecretarY Seerotary ¬
retary of o Agriculture A ulture Wilson te a fixture ft ILcturewith fixturewith ure urewfth
with the administration administrationIf
If there ever ev was a wish on the part of ofany orany ofany
any administration admlni tration leader that Mr lr Wilson Witeonshould Wittronshould Wilsonshould
should retire it has ceased ed to exist For Forthe Fortbe Forthe
the past week or so gossip has been busy busywith buswith busywith
with the name of Gifford Placket Chief ChiefForester ChIefForeeter ChiefForester
Forester of th t the government as the prok proknble probable t tRble
able sw suecomor 380r r of f Secretary S Wilsoijg W WIieorrJt WIieorrJtcan l80 t tcan teaR
can be stated tatad on high authority that thatt thattlatter the thelatter thelatter
latter wfll remain at his post until the end endof endI endof
I of the oresent Roosevelt administrate administratei
i on March 4 4U 19W 1 If Mr Wilson lives until untilthen untilI untilthen
I then he will 111 have beaten all records for forcontinuous tori
i continuous J service in the Federal cabinet cabinetAlthough Mfbl edhinetI
I Although Mr Crtelyou will not go to towill tothe tothe
11 the Treasury Dptr Deparrnent ntel1t until Iarch he heI hewill
will resign tlf ti place nt the head of the theRepublican theRepublican theRepublican
I Republican National Committee early in inthe Inthe Inthe
the new year He will be succeeded by byHarry byHarry
I Harry S S New of Indiana IncUa as chairman chairmanFlorida eb chairmanFloziala lrman lrmanFlorJc1n
Florida Xesrro Xe egro ro Is I Lynched LynchedValdosu LnchCJYaldosta LynchedValdosta
Valdosta Ua Nov 9 9 tA A mob of sever several sever several several ¬
al hundred white white citiaens from the north northern nOrth nOrthern northera ¬
ern part of Madison county Fin went wentto wentto wentto
to Madson Mad 80n the county seat seat last night nightand nightanet nighttad
and after disarming tho jailer secured a anegro ane anegro
negro ne o prisoner charged with assault upon uponMiesr uponl1i8S uponMIer
Miesr Grambling a young white woman womannow VomannCr womannear
now Hanson The crowd took the negro a ashort ashort ashort
short distance from the jail jaI where it ithanged Ithrmged Ithanged
hanged him from a tree and riddled rh1 led his htebody hisbod hishotly
body bod with bullets The negro had been beenIdentified beenIdenti beenidentified
Identi Identified ed and confessed his crime crimeMAR erllIMJ1ARIUAGE crImeMABItIACE
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effective effectiveIt
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closed in the instrument it interferes in no noway way when the thepiano thepiano thepiano
piano is to be tuned tun d or repaired or played by baud haiidOperated hmidOperated baudOperated
Operated by electricity e1ectricityither either ither a small smallbatter battery or elec electric clectric c1 c1tric ¬
tric light Ii ht current No foot pumping to distract the play players pla plaers players ¬
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position the Electrdle Ele tr le ofoimandjd cfl1m CflI1lafldt1 d unflagging un gg1i1g interest interestJUK mtereststood interestj
JUK j stood the thetestuf testof semGejperfectiy semGejperfectiyHear servlt servie + rfe rlectly rlectlyHear tIJ tIJ1Iear
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REFUSES TO BELIEVE BELIEVECARL BELIEYE BELIEVEJ I IJ
J CARL HAU GUILTY GUILTYCONTINUED GUILTYCONFIXtED I Il
CONTINUED l TIXrKD iKOM FIRST I 14CE 14CEJ HE HEto GEt
to J resist t and like him and all wise earn rnn5r ft ftlr earnIr >
5r contact routactV1h with him hi became e stand standfriends standfrtenda stand standfriends
friends He Is a member of the Cosmo CosmoClub COIImoClub CosineClub
Club where be was a frequent vIsitor vlffitoiand vIsitorand lt01 lt01alMl
and wH Ii liked by his feilowBKmberg feilowBKmbergi feJl felIowmuiber5Though wmber wmber1housJt
i Though dpaetw 40 of ida II friends have y been beenntervlewod beenn1ervlewed been1ntervlewed
ntervlewod regarding ng Wm al not t one word wordhas wonbaa wordhas
has been said W that would show anything anythingbut RR7thlnbbut anythingbut
but praise aad the greatest admiration admirationfor adnatrationtor adntIratIOltfor
for bill high 1gb standard of Integrity tate JtY his hisbrilliance hisbrt hisbrilliance
brilliance brt lae and affability a < ablllty It te Impossible Impossiblehi IIWpo88IbIethe
hi the estimation of all who know kJtO Mr MrBan MrBau ifrBan
Ban to think for one moment 1II meat that theteMId he hecould hecould
could have bn guilty of the crime with withwhich WIthwille withWhich
which wille be Is charged charged3Ie charged1t chargedNessuges
3Ie Nessuges 1t MHltJe nBeH Received from Him HimIn 111mIn If fin finIn
In January Ju last Mr Hau went to Con ConuuKinopte CoItisatlll Conintiaopic
isatlll intiaopic uuKinopte pte representing business 1Ju inter intereats InterI Intereats
I eats of tote ibLe country returning the latter latterpan latterJ latterpart
J pan of March On the I2ta of June he heagain heapia heagein
again sailed for Europe taking his wife wifeI wifealld wIfearid
I and child t Ie visit t her mother mo Wl m In Baden BadettaMJeD lindenBadeit j jBaden
Baden aMJeD where they have a very beautifulI beautiful beautifulhome beautIfuIhaute
I home Here Mrs Hau and little girt re rej reI reraslued
j maioed white 1dIe Mr Hau went on to Con Constantinople Conjtbtopte Constantinople ¬
jtbtopte stantinople to take u uJ the business ball eM which whichae whlckbe whichlie
ae fiad ad not completed on his previous previoustrip previoaatrip prevIoustrip
trip He was really not flot well enough to toundertake touMertaM toundertake
undertake this t t task at that that time out but butas outas
as was Wa characteristic claaraeterl e of Oc hint he continued continuedn
an n hte hi work in a most conedentioas man manner manner manSen ¬
ner While there his wife became b ill illand IIIaDd Utand
and it was found necessary chat t topenUoa she un undergo Undergo ¬
dergo aa operation Mr Han Immedlate immediately ¬
ly I left l tt Coa C Constantinople aat1ni lIe for life leiswlfefI wifes home homeand Hm Hmand trornOand
and took Her to M 1ttlWlda MIonlek ntfcb whets w tile oper opetI oiersties
1 sties wa y was performed peri rsed byir Jtp eminent niaont t tIIINft onr onrgenii or orgeon
genii la As a letter wtklwi wdttelif = T Jijp pead while whileon wld1eol whileon
IIINft on his way wa Mr Han Ifs mt j Ttm am n on my myway styway
way to ol Mr Mrs Jai whp W ll She sa sanae wHll wHllnave Will Willnave
nave to haVdlln haft haWMIt epireis rattpn trormed fbr in ina Ina ina
a few days w Net lon 1omafia ofier that an another another another ¬
other letter was rocerr reee1veI flI 3 hy a friend frl of ofMr ofMr ofMr
Mr Hau m fa which teb he h 9aJ4 9aw nM Mrs Eau Hauis EauI Hanis
is doing better tJter I book Wmk her b to her mother motherand motheraDd motherand
and sue wRI 111 have the beat of care and andaursrog aJK1aUIWB andnursang
aursrog aUIWB there Aa A aoon as he was able to 10leave toIMve toleave
leave JIM wife he returned to Constanti Constantinople COft Cosratantlaeple tlntipje < ¬
nople It was wa Mr Haus Han s intention to re return re11tIII noturn ¬
turn to toAlllerlc America the early y part of Oc October k kao Orrober ¬
tober but upon compteuns hs h business bustaeem a
m lorkey 111rk 1 tsrkey he found he was too ta HI in todentaite un undertake bO ¬
dertake e the long journey back ba k tv tale Uitecountry t4tacouatr talecountry
I
country UId decided ed to spend a while whileat whileI
at his wifes wile a home Regarding this Mr Mrj MrkLnu lr lrI
I
j Hau said Mldtit m ooe of his h letters tte I am amI
I I going 10 BadenBaden and will stay at mere meref there therei
I i for f r ° a whtte tate to trec toreeaperote recuperate petBe as my nerves nervesare aervesi
i I are in a frightful condMoa After at attending attencllag
1 tending endin to some business In Germany and andi
i i iarto ans I expect to sail toward the end endof eDdof endof
of October OctoberHte OetolHrHis OctoberHis
His kindly feeling toward his motherin motherinlaw motherInlaw motherInlaw
law was well known ka wA No so o friend or ac acquaintance acqutbKanee acqsinianec ¬
quaintance of > r Han has ever heard heardanything Maretanytldag beardanything
anything to the contrary cOD rary nor did Iet be In Innte Inpis inate
ate correspondence deDte with friend here eves eveimention evellDPolion evesmention
mention anything of this kind It seems seemsto HemSbe seemsto
to be the unanimous U opinion of all who wnoknow w whoknow O Oknow
know him that he never had a feeling feelingof
of any other kind toward any one oneCablegram ODeCnblerrnm oneCablegram
Cablegram to His Attorney AttorneyOn Attorne AttorneOn
On November ovPmbP1 2 the fottowtne cablegram cablegramwas eA cablegramwas nult nultwas
was received recelvedby y by H Ralph Burton a JUt patent JUtent jutcut ¬
ent attorney attome In the Bond Building who whohas whoI whohas
has had charge of Mr Haus affairs dur durbig dur1Il8 dunlag
I
big Iris absence for the past year or so soI 80I
I am forced to delay sailing s u one week weekon weekOIl weekon
on account of my m wifes 1s illness illnessHotel I IuHmeI WneasHotel
Hotel Cecil CecilThte CecilThitl CecilThis
This cablegram was dated London1 L No November NoTeber Noveusber ¬
vember TeberMr veusberlr 2 2Mr
Mr lr Burton was interViewed at the Hotel HotelOxford HotelOxford HotelOxford
Oxford where bere h he resides last evening eveningand evenn evennand evenngjand
jand and said saidMI satelI
I MI 1 have known Mr Hau Intimately for fortwo fori fortwo
i two years and know that even the idea ideaof kf Ideaql 8 8qf
of qf such a crime t ltte would ould be revolting to tohim tokim tohim
him H is a man of the highest prln principles prlnet prlnciplos ¬
ciples et whose w e standard of honor and integ integrity Ilttegrlty Isitegnity ¬
rity te far above the average I feel safe safehi suf sufIn safeIra
hi saying there is not one person among amongthe amongthe amongthe
the thousands who know hint who bo would wouldor wouldor wouldor
or coukl say one word detrimental to ate atecharacter b1schAt1lcter hischaracter
character characterIf
If Guilty He Was Vn Insane InsaneIn II1 InsaneIn 1ne 1neIn
In spite of th the circumstances which whichacem whichCen whichseem
seem to point toward Mr Hau as the thel thelEr50n theIrmU
l lEr50n rson who committed committed this crime it is isstill Isun Isstill
still un stoutly maintained by his friends friendsthat frleJ1tIsI friendsthat
that it t cannot possibly be so All things thingsoelviible thingsare thingsare
I are posslQlel possible however but the only con conI conealvable
oelviible It > IVRble explanation planation should subsequent subseluentevents subsequentevents
I events prqvg pr him to be the he person personis personIs personIs
is that 0f3gJp the th great mental mentalj mentalstrain
j I strain Hnfciij3rtir a > which he h underwent underwentwhile underwentwhile
f while whll attwtditfe atttn nttn1hij1y U Ccfesly h to his bi business hU lness In InconstAntJnlo inConstantIflopj n
i ConstRntiaoaIyyfHUnfss constAntJnlo ConstantIflopj li jjjknfss PS8 Of hig hI wife and nndhi RndI andbin
hi his ownsw own OWflvWg W g jttslcal pl fslcal condition Mr MrHau Mrhan Ir IrlIau
I han tertipori tentl pMost lost ost his mind and for forsome forgnne forsome
some reason accountable lCUrountablc only onl to such suchmental suchI suchmental
I mental men aberration retuniod to Baden BadenBaden BadenB flaclenBaneit
Baden B CJL It is tliorqughly believed by b all allof allof allof
of Mr Hans friends that thatthIs this entire mat mutter matter matter ¬
ter will be satisfactorily explained xpl inec1 and andcleared andcleared andcleared
cleared up Jl1 in jp a few days daysHi d8 d8HiM dsHis
Hi HiM Iteration Itc tion with StudentM StudentMMrs StnlentNIrs SjuilgnsMrs
Mrs Irs Emma Emtra Rabn Bailey Ballo a graduate graduAte of ofGttorgo orGttOrgo ofGeorge
Gttorgo Washington University Unlverslt speaking speakingof
of Prof Han said saidDuring saidDuring saidDuring
During my attendance at the thouplver thouplverstty iiniwsr iiniwsrslty inniwsrally
ally I knew Prof Hau being b6I ga a co c cotu cotudent a stu stuthen iu iudent
dent In some courses with him iid ld nce ncethen ncothen
then Knowing of his work in the somjpl somjplProf sopiProf 91 91Prof
Prof Hau always alw S treated me withlmie withlmiecourtesy with wlthre wlthrecourtesy I Icourtesr
courtesy He was quite well srounaaujln srounaaujlnRoman groun groundn groundnRoman It n nRomnn
Roman law Jo which he b studied stu led abroad abroadposetble abroadj1Jpossible abroadpHJi abroadpHJipossible
possible unpopularity with the thearose stuthsffl stuthsfflsaid st1 st1arose
arose from his manner toward lh them mf Jt S z zsaid
said which wbl b is a natural sequence of ofbirth h hbirth Itbirth
birth and education in a foreign unlve unlvesfty unhef univerCity
say There a professor prpfcs or is more potential potentialand potentialand
and relegates by b usage custom or regu regulations reguItloss ¬
lations students to a subordinate pail position pailtion ¬
tion in which each one Is only < a fraction fractionIn fractionIn
In the student body bod which only onI has
rights ri lt JUT a s liody hod while In American Jnerfc n i islltutionp i1 i1siltutions isLitutions
slltutionp lach ach student has a potentt potenttpersonality pot potentii1 potentii1paronality nti 1 1perona1ity
personality and a governing weight w igbt in th thpolicy tho thopolky tbpolicy
policy of such The assumption of su supreme SIpreme eupreme
preme power over students regardless regardk s of oftheir oftheir oftheir
their dignity Ugnlt and position po as sovereig sovereigmen 1 1men imen
men In time ti will wear off when the for foieign f91ign forcigar
cigar ign instructor learns nw by experience fX t trespect tesp t trespect
respect esp too Amertcin students dignity dignityand dlsnttynd dignitymd
and nd rights In the United ed States any anyman anyman an anman
man no matter matt how bumble his origin originmay OIigiu1tIa originsmay
1tIa may aspire are to be and may become tn thsovereign tn5owrelb tnsovereIgn >
sovereign Presdent of the republic republicwhereas republkwhtreas repubihwhereas
whereas in a monarchy or empire he h i iking i iking Iking
king or emperor at birth birthSHAW birthSHAYI birthSilkY
SHAW PLEASED BY ELECTION ELECTIONSecretary ELECTIONSecretary BLEOTIORSecretary
Secretary of the Treasury Returns Returnsto Returnstoms
to toms His Department DepartmentXo
Xo o Immediate hnmec lntc Action IN Planned for forItcllevinp torUelledng forRelieving
Relieving the Conditions in the theXmv tbeXu tineNew
New Xu York Money Uonc Market MarketSecretary J11rketS MarketSeczetrZy
Secretary S t7 of the Treasury LeaBe M MShaw MSltaw MStraw
Shaw returned r tanaec1 to Washington Waahln ton < late ate yesterday ateday yestendy ¬
day after tin ahrence of several week weeksHe weekHe weekHe
He took a more active ae part in the cam campaign campaisa campaign ¬
paign than t any other othftmember member of the Cab Cabngt CabJlet Cabnet
net Jlet and remained in the West over ele eletion fl dc dctier < flton
tier day in order to cast his vote ote at Dtni Dtnison Deffison ni nison
son son Iowa IowaMr IowaMr IowaMr
Mr Shaw te well pleased with ith the reeuM reeuMof reEU resuits H Hof
of s the election and believes that Republi Republican R Repubhican lJbli lJblieaa ¬
can policies have been distinctly indorse indorseoy Indor 1ndorsby f fb
b by oy the verdict of thc th people in the vartou vartouI vadouStates lIrinStat >
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There were rumors yesterday tErda tIt ti t tre Se Seretary Serotary
rotary re U7Shew Shaw might immediately iJn aediatdy sifter hi hireturn hiId hiretain
return Id to Washington take cognizance Jiza1Y i ithe 1the Ithe
the conditions in the New tw York mon monI mony monymarket v vi
i market urIt t by increasing the t ht Federal d dposits dIn 1 1ttOsts >
I posits In national bank or by b son Otrf oth othmethod othi othillletltod uthmethod
method of easing the present nt tightness tightnessmoney tight tightDIOIIe tIghtneemoney
money A Amake Although t the Secretary rctary 1oui 1ouiIJIake wou woumake
make no i iniglit StateRlelat on this subject ubjt Ct > la lant lanight
night nt bt it te I pretty well understood thi thino th tbno
no action of the Hnd indicated Is in im imme innmediate f fmediate f
mediate me late contemplation contemplationEOBBEES roIItftDplatJonROBBERS contemplationROBBERS
ROBBERS GET 650000 650000Coasaeks 650000COIIsnekIJ 65OOOOCossneka
Coasaeks Have Mot 01 Yet et Hun Down UoirnTerrorist DownTerrori1 DownTerrorinats
Terrorist > toi AVh Who Plundered Train TrainRognow TrnlnRognow TrainRognow
Rognow Russian Poland Nov ov tTh tThCOMack 9ThCosacka Th Thcks
COMack cks have thus far been unsnccwf unsnccwfful UD unsueces5Lvi UcM UcMfat
fat in their pursuit of the revolutionist revolutionisttram JeohIUonIortraJa revolutlonlttrain
tram robbers numbering 100 Wvllarm Wvllarmmen wdlarm9men Jlarnu Jlarnumen <
men men who at 9 oclock last 1a t night sur surrounded surrounded ur urrounded ¬
rounded this station threw thn three botnl botnlat bomlat bomiat
at the moll car of a train while engine enginewere engin enginwere engInwere
were being changed derailed dt > railffi the i he car carrobbed ca carobbed 8 8robbed
robbed It It and fled with a sum um of oi mon monfHOW monay monaynow1said < v vaowsad
aowsad HOW now1said aid to amount to toThe MiOat MiOatThe III IIITIM
The TIM station tton master declares dedar > the rev revhttlentets revI revi revitutlonlats
httlentets I hid in the neighboring forests forestsand for forestand t tancl
and were excellently Oy disciplined lpUnE1 their theircommander thd theircommander r rcommaader
commander giving orders through bugle bughsignals buglts1gJ1ftla buglesignals
signals When the robbery was com completed completed cornjdeted ¬
pleted the revolutionists ts transported transportedtheir transportedtlMlr transportedtheir
their booty to two wagons 8 and andrehfoJ andrehfoJOn marched marchedoil marchedoft
oil in military order singing socialistic socialisticswigs etaJl8ticSWIgs socialisticsongs
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