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8 THE 1HEWASHINGTON WASHINGTON HEALD MONDAY NOVEMBER NOVEMB1Z 12 1906
is SEES BRIGHT FUTURE FUTURETradel FUTURETracIeis
Traders s Convinced Stocks Stoc1 Are Arelit Alefu AreSliroiig
lit Strong Btron > O Hands HandsLAD HandsGLAD HandsS HandsGI4D
S
GLAD LAD THE E BLEaTION aTION IS OVER OVERWall OVERVnll OVERWILIE
Wall Street tfot ot Entirely Pleascil Pleascilnltli Ilenselllth Plea8cdnItlt
nltli lth the Reuult or with the Atti Attitude Attitude Attitude ¬
tude of President Roosevelt on the theTrust tbeTruitt theTrust
Trust Question Money Ione Coming ComingUncle Comingn CorningBztkfroni
Uncle n Bztkfroni front the thieWost West Buses Situation SituationKw SituationNiw SituationNi3w
Kw York Nor N H nNot Not since Inee the time thneof timeof timeof
of the first Bryan campaign ea tea yean yeanago yearsago Y8tago
ago has Wall street taken aa great an In Interest laterelt Interet ¬
terest in any election contest as that thatvhich tbalhJcb thath1ch
vhich hJcb occurred last Tuesday TuesdayTbJs TaMdaytJs TaedayTbl
TbJs Tbl tJs concern was not manifested in any anyviolent an anviolent anyvioient
violent fluctuation of prices because val values values valuen ¬
ues were substantially sustained by the theimmense theimnaenlk1 theimmena
immense existing exi prosperity and by the thefact thetan thefact
fact as waa realized that even bad the theremit thereRlt theresult
remit of the ejection been unwelcome in ina Ina Ina
a Mock market sense enae no direct or Imjne Imjnedlate tmpaedlate Iznne Iznnediate
dlate harm could have proceeded from it itNevertheless itevertheless itNevertheIe
Nevertheless the great question tl pre presented presented preeflt4ed ¬
sented was than which none could be bemore beXIOre benore
more momentous tg t business interests interestswhether Interestawhether UJ UJwhetb
whether a demagogue deIna dein oue could obtain a pin plurality plu plurality pinrahtty ¬
rality of ofdIe the suffrages of o the voters in the themost jmost
most important State in the Union UnionSentiment UnionSesthent
Sentiment in the financial district re regarding re regardDS regarding ¬ I
garding the upshot of the battle may be bebest bebat bebest
best deecrJbad cle perhaps as mixed mixedSo mixedSo ndxedSo
So far r as the general election result is isconcerned Isconeemed Isconcerned
concerned It was by no means unsatisfac unsatisfactory uesaUstactOrfl fac facrr ¬
tory rr since nee It did not disclose e the exist existence ul8tl1ce existence ¬
ence l1ce of any an strong tendency toward towanI3ublitJtvtJon a asubstitution asubstitution
substitution for existing governmental governmentalpolicies gvvenuaeutaJpoJlclce governmentipoUcks
policies of those more radical radicalIt l1UIJealIt radicalIt
It is an off of year in politics and some re reduction re reducUon reduction ¬
duction of the Republican majority in the thenational thenational thenational
national House of XispresentatUres I was wasconceded wa waOnceded waseonceded
conceded even by the Republicans them themselves themselves them5e1v01 ¬
selves but the feeling in Wall street re regarding rethe regariling ¬
garding the vote in t this State was waS not notwholly notWholly notwholly
wholly one of ofgrat1flcation gratification It may be bethat bett bethat
that a part of the disappointment that thatwas tAtexhJbtted thatwaa
was exhibited was due to the circumstance circumstancethat clrclmst clrclmstthat circumstancethat
that toward tow the end of the political can canvass cane canyam ¬
yam estimates e t1matell of o the probable plurality pluralityof
of tbe > Republican candidate for the nov governorship pvernonlbtp novernorabip ¬
ernorship were unduly raised raisedXot ralliedot raisedot
Xot ot Entirely Pleased with Hermit HermitBut ItelllnltBut ResultBut
But But as it was was delight deU ht over the elec election election cisction ¬
tion of Mr Hughes H es was 818 clouded by the thelarge the1arp thelarge
large measure of support that his oppo opponent 0pponent opponeat ¬ i
nent received It appears to be the gen general ptteral gneral ¬
eral opinion in financial circles drcI that the theresult thereewk theresalt
result of Tuesdays contest in this State Statereaders StatelCDdera Stateroudsm i
readers the issue of the next Presidential Presidentialelection Pre8l Presit1atelection eDdal eDdaleJeet10a
election obscure A feeling prevails prevailswhether prevai18whether prevailswhether
whether whether or not it is well eU founded that thatfrom thatfrom thatfrom
from now on until the Presidential battle battleIs battleJ8 battleis
Is over we may expect a harrying of cor corporHtkms corOI8t1oee cororaUoes
porHtkms by both political > parties in the theendeavor tbedadea thedndeaer
endeavor dadea to accumulate as great a store storeas storeas ore oreu
as possible of that kind of capital which whichit
it to declared ckred has been proved by event eventto even evento eventato
to be popular with the electorate electorateForecasts electorateTone electorateForecasts
Forecasts that It Is sincerely to be behoped behgped beho
hoped ho are g Incorrect were circulated con concerning eoacerr ceoCorning ¬
Corning the character of the next mea message measase mensage ¬
sage of Preato Prgsl4int > nt Roosevelt ROMeV Jt to Congress Congressthese Congret Congressthese
these t purporting to be that the President Presidentwill PrnIdentWiJI Predentwill
will suggest further steps to be taken take by bythe 1 bythf 1 1tbfl
the national lawmaking body toward the thelimitation theUmltadon the41lmItatlon
limitation of fortunes and the bringing bringingoi bi tnging tngingox
oi all great corporations more closely closelyunder cloee17uftder closelyliMier
under the supervision of the general eeoeralmmeDt gov government govezument ¬
ernment This from a financial point of ofvkw ofvkw ofview
vkw does not form an altogether pleas pleasant pIoeasant pleasant ¬
ant prospect prospectYet JIOSpeCtct prospectYet
Yet ct what a thrill of delight would be betelt befelt betelt
telt throughout die business world if it itwere Itwere Itvero
were known that instead of further bait baiting baltmg baitAng ¬
ing of corporations the administration administrationproposed aclminJstraUoato administrationpromond
proposed to bend its efforts at Washing Washington Washington Washmctoo ¬
ton thte thI winter to the accomplishment of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the leas l setttatkmal but far more use useIju UHfl useiI
Iju fl iI end of a reform of our existing cur currency curnC7 curroncy ¬
rency nC7 system and the abolition or ctieat amendmeat amend amendment ¬
meat of those t barbarous and obsolete obsoleteaws obsoleteawii oheoleteawn
awn that now impede in the most stub stubborn HubbOrn stubborn ¬
born way the circulation In n business b chan channels dumuela chaneels ¬
eels of the peoples money With such suchan suchan sucha
an a achievement the descendants of any an anPrftrI
iferident of the United Ul tfJd States that ever everird everijT everUvd
ird ijT < d might be proud to link bin name nameSteeks DameSttMtks nametek
Steeks tek la Straw IJHzul IJHzulNevertheless Ihnu1Bi IIan l lNevertheless
i Nevertheless tftrthe the election is I over There Therecannot Therebe Therecani
cannot cani be another one for some time and andtoe aDdbe andtao
toe be general movement Dt of the security securitymarket securitymarbet
market since the day of the contest indi indicates 1DdIcates mdicites ¬
cates that other Influence ue than those of ofa ofa offt
a political nature are directly affecting affectingvalues afteetmara1uea affectingahuea
values a1uea Fundamentally the greatest force forcenow foreenow forcenow
now exerted on prices of securities e etln1Je8 con continues eontunes ¬
tunes to be the exceeding exeeedln affluence ee of all allbusaese anb allbtosn
busaese b industry and the fact that what whatWall whatWan whatVatI
Wall street calls the floating supply of ofstocksthat ofiitocbttsat ofstocksthat
stocksthat is to say the balk of the thesecurities theecurttles thesecurities
securities > held either on margins or in inoutright inutrtsbt Inoutright
outright ownership for the purposes of ofspeculation ofspeculation ofspeculatloyi
speculation actual or Implicdire ImpUecl re con conocntrated eGftotrated conitrated
ocntrated < otrated in the hands of those who are arepossessed erepc arepooneseed
possessed pc lid of great financial resources and andwhose andwllclee andwhose
whose confidence in the general future of ofthe
the th market and in a continuance for a
long time to come of the present period periodof periodof periodof
of prosperity p ty to to no way dimmed dimmedSuperficially dlJDMedaperGdaUy dimmeduperSdally
Superficially of course coor e the immediate immediatepoint i1i1lDedlatepoint Immediatelxilit
point that the stock market has to con consider ODDider coniidev ¬
sider ider is the money situation Develop ¬
meats m JD the last ten days day have Justified Justifiedthe justiftedthe Justiiietithe
the view taken in this column some time tuneago timeago timeago
ago that the strain on the local money
market et arising from the recent liquida liquidation liquldatieD ¬
tieD ti n m JR London would not be Immediately
felt at t this center but would be post postponed postponed ¬
poned until the stock sold by London Londonactually LoucIonMCtuall Londonactually
actually MCtuall arrived on this aide of the At t ¬
lantic To some extent ext t the stocks thus thuscarried thuscarrfed thuscarried
carried by London houses for American Americanspeculators Ameri Amerispeculators mericanspectllalons
speculators and that were forced upon the themarket t11emarltft themnrket
market by the sensational advance advauc < in the theBank theRank tbeRank
Rank of Englands discount rate were werepaid werepaid werepaid
paid for directly d t1y after their their sale through
immediate remittances of demand or ca ¬
ble exchange but the customary pro procedure procdum ¬
cedure in these t matters is for the stocks stockssold stockssold
sold in h London for American account or orto orto Orto
to American purchasers to be taken over overthere onrthere overthere
there by large banking houses acting as asagents asagents asagents
agents for people on this side and car carried carried carned ¬
ried until the time of the next London Londondnancial Londoubumclal LondonInancIah
dnancial settlement They are then thenstripped thens thensihpped
stripped s dpped here ere and payment is made for forthem torL1ezn forthem
them themSecurities themSecurities
L1eznSecnrtties
Securities arriving in this way w7W were < e not notplaced notJlIac notplaced
placed JlIac in American bands until trans transAtlantic transAtlanUc transAtlantic
Atlantic steamers due a week ago last lastSaturday tUlltda lastaturdav
Saturday aturdav Ulltda bad reached this port and oar oarbanks oarbanks ourbanks
banks banks therefore last week had heavy
bIn to meet This was the cause beyond beyondany beyond8nJ beyondany
any question qu tWn of the further 8titrnees stlffn stlffntime h htiDe 1 1time
time and call money rates that occurred occurredIn occurredthe
In the theJlonc period periodlUoney periodMoney
Money Jlonc Corning Back nci front West WestAlthough WestaJthough est esttJthoup
Although New York exchange to Chi Chicago CbIand CMcage ¬
cage and some of the other Western cities citiesLas dttesLas citiestz
Las risen to a premium indicating Ind1caU a re return retun return ¬
turn tun of money from the West to this thiscenter thisC4 thiscenter
center C4 nter or 0 as is more rMre likely the case a ashifting alIIftlDl ashifting
shifting of loans from Eastern to West Western Westm Westem ¬
ern em m financial institutions there does not notappear DotaPRea1 notappear
appear to be any anxpett1on expectation tatlon In financial financialcircles llnancla1cIre1es naucIsJcircles
circles that them will WI be any notable notableabatement notableabatement notableabatement
abatement in the present rates for call calland calland
and time funds before the end nd of the theyear thej theyear
j year ear The call 1 for money upon the East Eastern Eastern Eastcm ¬
ern cm basks from outside districts has now nowbeen nowbeen nowb
been b en transferred it seems eema from the West Westto Westto Westto
to the South South the moving of the cotton cottoncrop cottoncrop eottoncrop
crop to otiajpr oth r words having taken ta ft th thplace tIplace the theplace
place aa a scarce e of financial strain of ofthat ofthat ofthat
that of the grain n harvest harvestA harvestdistinct
A distinct hope of th > financial commu community oommunit commualty ¬
nit s undoubtedly 1IUdou dly that if thin stringen stringency trtngencyls ¬
cy cyls is at all Incr Incrad asd ag < d the Secretary ot the theTreasury theTreuU17 theTreasury
Treasury win m at > nco n corn m to the relief reliefof reliefof reliefof
of the money mtaktt mewk J There Tle Is indeed indeedvery Indeedven Indeedvery
very little doubt that the Secretary will willact willact willact
act in this thi way w y under such circumstances circumstancesaod crc crcumetancesaizd matances matancesacd
aod the tl1 Secret SCCr kcretiry UJJ ry has wisely A13 Y reserved reservedfor reservedGr j
for 81 use Us kj inorsr m rnrgrccs Tg rcies cis certain effective eftetlvep I Ip
p Ji ii j t I i t jtl
l
proper outside of the public moseys al already 3J 3Jready iLlready ¬
ready deposited in the national banks baD is isJTSJfiOOOO IscKo
JTSJfiOOOO 00 cKo and the th Secretary could there therefore thereton therefore ¬
fore with very ery little trouble afford to re redeem 18deem redeem ¬
deem say 360COOOOO OtXj 000 o of the 4 per cent centgovernment oentgowrn centgovernment
gowrn government lllt bonds maturng on July 2 2tffi 1 11JI7 1iS7
tffi or be could put a large further sum sumof Burnof aiimof
of money directly with the national bank bankIng bankIDC banklug
lug institution JWtitqUonll at the great centers where wheremonetary whereInftMiary Wheremonetary
monetary stress is I chiefly felt The as assurance u uurnee assuraxice ¬
surance that government action of thiS thtesort tbtsIIOrt thiSsort
sort will take place if monetary mo etary exigen exigencies exlgeneta exigencIt ¬
eta in the country should seem at all allcrucial n11emeJ1 allcnieIpj
crucial is th tM strongest 8tro helpful factor in inthe litthe a athe
the stock st ck market at the present time timeCONCENTRATES timeCOIfCENTItATES timeCONCENTRATES
CONCENTRATES ITS MILLS MILLSUnited MILLSUnltel MILLStiniteit
United States Steel Corporation Re Removes Retnovcs ¬
moves Dig Plant PlantPittsburgr Plnntpttt PlantPlttsburg
Pittsburgr pttt Pa Nov 1L 11It It has been beenofficially beenoftIdally beenofficially
officially announced that the Carnegie CarnegieSteel Otnte1lSteel CarnegieSteel
Steel Company COmP will remove its steel steelhoop teelIIo steelhoop
hoop mill from Monessen en to Duquesne Duquesnewhere Duqueaewhere Duquesacwhere
where all the hoop mills of the corpora corporation corpont1 corporatioti ¬
tion will be concentrated concentratedThe CODCeQtratedT1te concentratedThe
The recent application made by the theboard theb theboard
board of the United Ualt States Steel Cor Corporation CorporatJe1 Carixration ¬
poration it is said was made with a aview ato aview
view to concentrating CODCeIttratt as far as possible possiblethe poaIbIet poesiblethe
the t e plants of the corporation corporationDuquesne eorporatfODDuquesne corporationDoquesne
Duquesne will get r the hoop mills Me Mekeesport Mceesport c ciKeesport
keesport eesport the tube mills and M Mthe Moneseen Moneseenthe onaeeP onaeePthe
the tin plate mitts JBfUsSecct millsSelect
Select Route Through Canada CnnadnWinnipeg CanadaWinnipeg CanadaWinnipeg
Winnipeg Manitoba NovlL Novl1oOictal Official an announcement anDOUDeemeftt announcement ¬
nouncement of the great t Northern rail railway ratIway railway ¬
way route through Canada from the Pa Pacific l Pachic a aelfie ¬
chic coast to Winnipeg has been made madeIt madewill madeIt
It will touch the great coal district at atFernle attfrrnle atiernIe
Fernle tfrrnle to which place the company al already already already ¬
ready has a branch then through War Warman Warman Warman
man country to Raymond and on to the thenatural theunturel
natural gas district of Medicine Hat The Theroad TheI Theroad
road will hecompleted bfcom > leted in two years yearsFIRE yearsIFffiE yearsFIRB
I
FIRE CHIEF MAFEE IS DEAD DEADBaltimore DEADBaltimore
IFffiE
Baltimore Veteran Passes Away in inPoverty inPoverty UI UIPoverty
Poverty After Long Ulnest UlnestRefusing TIlllesInefu fl1nssRefusinmr
Refusing nefu ing Many Jlnn Offers of Rewards RI wartlli for forSaving forSall1 forSavIii
Saving Sall1 Lives c He Mvcd on Pen Pension l PenS Pensloii cn cna1011 ¬
sion front the State StateSpecial State5peetd State8il
S
Special to The Wachtatton W Herald HeraldBaltimore lIonlBaltimore eralll erallli
i Baltimore lttwooe Md Nov UWuiam C CMcAfee CMcAtee CMcAfee
McAfee who dIstinguished dItIt himself as a ahero aheIO ahere
hero while chief of the BaKlawe fire firedepartment mclepaltme11t Smdeportment
department aad a flremaa whom Chief ChiefSooner ChiefBoaDeI ChiefBonnet
Sooner of New York coital the beat bestto beatIn beatIn
In the United States died today after afterhaving alterhaThlc afterhaving
having faced death to a hundred forms formsaad foruct formsand
and he died in poverty having ha ref refused retueedrewarda refusedrewards
rewards of money moaeytrom from wellknown pee people pe0ple peepie ¬
ple he had rescued from fr u nameswept namesweptresidences Samesweptrenidences pt ptIn
residences In the early morning hours boorsAt hoursAt
At the Armfger fire fire on North Charles Charlesstreet CbarIMst Charlesstreet
street st t McAfee aDd his firemen rescued rescuedsix 1eIICGeCIsix rescuednix
six six and at the Heath nrc lire on Mount MountRoyal MountRoyal MountIbeyni
Royal avenue avenue be leaped across a court courtaa courtaD courtan
aa unknown distance through smoke aDd aadsaved aDdaftd andsaved
saved a mother and children driven out outon outOD outon
on a back roof roofPolitics roofPoUtie roofPoUtes
Politics drove him out of the fire de department de department doimrtment ¬
partment He fen Ill from an abscess abacecsof abIceuot abscessof
of the liver due to being thrown out outof outof
I
of his 1Rre wagon and the State re recently re reCftttty receutty ¬
cently gave him a pension his only to toDOG 1nDOG Inconic
conic conicDGG
DOG BITES WOMANS CHEEK CHEEKPace CHEEKPace CHEEKPace
Pace of o Actress ctres Badly adlr Idtaoralctl IdtaoralctlWhiU IoaucrAhulH LaceratciTItjl
WhiU TItjl H Iettlug AHimnl AHimnlSpecial Aninuilal H Imlll ImlllIe
Special al to Tfc TIle Waatncstca Wst oB Herald caWlUdunoDd uaaRichmond HeraldRichmond
Richmond Va Nov ItWhile petting pettinga
a bird deg degat at Union Station s tton this morning morningMrs momin mominXn morningMrs
Mrs Nellie B B Nichols ebols leading I lady of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Black Crook company was any savagely 88 88aply anyagtly ¬
agely attacked by the animal which wl sank sankfate IIftkfa sankhis
fate fangs deep mt Into the flesh eeaa of her cheek cheekShe cbeekShe cheekShe
She was taken to the Virginia VIr Hospital Hospitalwhere HoIpItaJwheN loap4tJwhere
where it to said toirtgnt I1t that she wf WlU U be bepermanently bepermanently
permaDeD permanently disfigured She bo wittnot will DOt be beable beable beable
able to rejoin her company coml1Ytor for some time timeThe tip tipteThe
The company completed a week weeks en engagement eDpgement engagement ¬
gagement to this city cftylast last nigh and was wasen wusen wasen
en route rout for Norfolk where they will willplay winplay willplay
play during the coming week The owner ownerof OWDerof ownerof
of the dog is not known knownAUBIY ImownA1Ufi knownA1jf
AUBIY MULES OFF OFFFoR POR CTJSA CTJSAThree O 1JAThree C1ThAThree
Three Pack Traias Arrive H at < Xew Xew1rt > ew csvpert 1 1Spa
pert 4e 4ews frOJIl from th the 11e Woct Wocta t ta
Spa a a to Th TIle WaAtactom Herald HeraldNewport LKewpon liersliNewport
Newport News Va Nov U Three Threearmy TbreeaJmY Threearmy
army pack trains of mutes have Just ar arrived arrived ardyed ¬
rived here for service aervl ni e e ia IDC Cuba corning conaID8from comingfrom corningfrom
from Fort Aastaatoinc Mont Fort Rob Robson RobBOD Robsea
son BOD Nebr ad Fort Xeade S S Dak DakTne DThe JkThe
The train from tr Fort Asafnaboiae nnboine reached reachedhere reachedlien reachedhere
here on a special train asaktoa aking kiDc the run runtrooa nmen rimfrom
from Montana to Newport News ia just justseventy justseventy t I
seventy hours one of the fastest t records recordsacross recordsacross I IcreeS
creeS across country countryThere countryThere I
There are several veral hundred supply y mules muleshere mulesbee
here to augment the force of the three threepack tIueepack threepack
pack trains and the theentire entire outfit win get getaway ptaway gotaway
away for Cuba on the transport Kanawah Kanawahprobably Kanayabprobably Kanawahprobably
probably tomorrow tomorrowffOEFOLK toJIlOITOWNORFOLK tomorrowNORFOLK
NORFOLK MAN DISAPPEARS DISAPPEASSA
A IS IL Kavnunnc InuuRngJa llml Check for IOO IOOHien 100Tlen 1OOt9ien
t9ien Hien Last Seen SeenSpadat SeellIpecW Seento
Spadat to 9be he WiibJaajrmt W MeraM MeraMNorfolk JNorfolk itoaMNorfolk
Norfolk Va Nov 1LA n E Eo Kava Kavaan KavaucJa Lavaasugh
ucJa asugh an electrical engineer has been beenmysteriously Deeaateli beenmysteriously
ateli mysteriously usly miaatopr mIml l from his home here heresince we8baee heresince
since last TAara on y aad the poifce Ice of ofthis ofLbis ofthis
this and other cities aTe have nave been asked to tolook tolook toInk
look for him He was employed in the theconstruction tIaecaaatructlolt theconstruction
construction work of the Jamestown Kx KxpoattiOB JxpMa x xIn
poattiOB poattiOBIn pMa JD JDIn
In one of otitis his pocket > when last Jutwu see seewas seen seenwas
was a check for fUtt 1t He ia S feet M Minches 18IDches 10Inches
inches taR has a aoUt smooth face and dark darkhatr darkbaIr darkhafr
hatr slightly gray about the theairs theI edges edgesXi
airs I Xi Evelyn S Donivell Dead DeadSpecial DunaJ8Iial DeadSpeckI
Special to Tha T Waahtagtnn Mc JIcs S1rrede r rFrederlo1cabscg W WFrederioitabara
Frederioitabara 1rrede Va Va a f Nov 1L 1LCrs 1LCrsBYelyn ILMrsgvelyn frs frsKvelyn
Kvelyn Stone Dosweil widow WI of J T TDoswell TDonreU TDeewell
Doswell died this morning aged eIh eIhY elghy elghyfour igh r rftwr
four years Y arL She had been 1 an invalid for tora fora fora
a number of years Two soon 10M Richard Richardaad PJeIuLnlaad P3ehardand
aad Bernard DoaweH both of this city citysurvive cityRKVtve citysurvive
survive her herXnrse herSurNe heriurse
Xnrse Dies of Typhoid Fever FeverCumberland FecrCamberlad FeverCuinberland
Cumberland Md lei Nov JL DKIM Miss Fannie FannieYeager FannieYeqer FannieYeager
Yeager aged eighteen elsb elt years daughter of ofT olT ofT
T G Yea Yeapr er died cJi yesterday at u t her been beenon beD beDon beenam
on Wine street tins city of typhoid typhoidfever typbaI4eYer typhoidfever
fever eYer Sites Teaser T was a nurse nur in the thoRoosevelt thuRoCJ theRoosevelt
Roosevelt RoCJ evelt Hospital Ho pttal m hi New York York but butwas butcompelled butwas
was compelled to return to her home on onaccount Oftaccouat onaccount
account of illness illnessAged iUDeugell illnessAged
Aged gell Woman Dies from Burns BarnsieeW BurnspeeIaI Burnste
ieeW t t8 The Wuktaztai y Herald HenMPrederickaburg HeraldPrecJerldtlburg lfanMFredericksburg
Fredericksburg Vsu Va Va X Nov o v nXrs nXrsElbabeth ILMrsElluabeth IL Mrs MrsBHaabetii
BHaabetii S s Calvin Cahia who was so seriously seriouslyburned eerloual1Mame4 seriouslyburned
burned about two weeks ago by her herdothin herdothiag herdothing
dothiag dothin catching fire while she was wasasleep WIt WItp wasasleep
asleep p died today at her home near nearToluca nearToluca nearTohuca
Toluca Toluca Stafford County O aged eightyfour eightyfouryears eightyfoulyean eightyfouryears
years She Is survived by one eon and andone audone andone
one daughter daughterLiner daughterLiner daughterLiner
Liner Monroe Leaves Drydock DrydockNeWfOrt DrydockNewport Dry clock clockNewport
Newport News Va Nov U DTbe The Old OWDominion OldDominion OldDonitnion
Dominion Liner Li r Monroe which was dam damage damiged damnage
iged age < j in collision coil with battle ship Virginia Virginiawas VilnIawas Virginiawas
was floated oat of drydock today the therepairs therfrl8ir theriraIrs
repairs having been competed and she shewill bewill shewill
will probably sail tomorrow for New NewYrk NewYrk ew ewYtirk
Yrk
Mrs Ir Hnnnnlt E Motley MotleyI otleIs I Dead DeadFrederleksbnrg DeuelSI DeadJ
SI J tD o rW + jtee Heald HealdFrederle lienleFrederlckshurg
Frederleksbnrg Frederle Va Nov o ll4Crs ll4CrsHannah u uHannah 1LraHannah
Hannah E E Motley widow of Thomas ThomasMotley Thl ThlMoUey ThomasMotley
Motley died yesterday at the honvs hom of R RW RW Itv
W v June JfJn J nei near White 11itt > f Caroline C ruiine Count Countaid C Cuntad unt untlid >
aid < frlglitythreo Ightyth yeais Threr Ihrf lhrrIigttr ors 0 and t tJJghtor
JJghtor > uivc uivce >
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TWO SA SAVED VED FROM FIRE FIREExcited FIREExeitetlitotlier
Exeitetlitotlier Excited Mother Leaves liif Infant Infantin iifailtin aut autin
in Burning nUll1 Jlg Building BuildingOOLOEED BuildingOOLORED BuildilhigCOLORED
COLORED BOY PROVES HERO HERO31nles HEROJJnl HERO3lnkcs
31nles JJnl eJ Way Va AT Through Flnmc Flaun FI nines niicl niiclBriiigrs nutlDrillSs niniBrings
Briiigrs Woman and Child Out of ofGatottftvlllo orOntonIUc ofCatonsvllle
Gatottftvlllo Country Counfr Club Sear NearBaltimore SearBaltimoreBulJdlng searIlaltirnorefluuldlng
BaltimoreBulJdlng Baltimore Building and anc Contents ContentsValued ContcntHYnlued ContentsValued
Valued at i JJOOO > 00 > Total Iotn Loss Lossfipeefal 10886perJ JosSit1
fipeefal to Tho Tb WaaMastaa W llanM llanMBaltimore llaJILBaltimore JismidBalUmore
Baltimore Md Nov ov ILThe beautiful beautifulhome b luUt1llhome beautifulhome
home of the Catonsville Cton vi11e Country Club Clubs iOB iOBIB 0n 0nIngJeaJd onInglenide
IngJeaJd IB avenue Catonsville was 88 de destroyed lIe lIestI01ed dostTuyed ¬
stroyed by fire shortly after S oclock oclockthis oclocktbI8 oclockthin
this momln momlnThe morningThe morning morningThe
The origin of the fire is not known but butH butIt butIt
It is supposed to have be been n ta started tec1 by byaa by1m byan
aa overheated furnace The building and andcontents andeoftte andeotenta
contents eoftte ts were valued at about aboutLenvell 4fMI 4I00SLeaves 4fMILeave
Leave Child to Flames FluntcaThe FJnmcfJThe FlamesThe
The i Sire re was discovered by Charles CharlesBrown CbarJeDrowu CharlesBrown
Brown a fifteenyearold colorod boy lIe Herushed lIena lierushed
rushed na upstairs up to the rpom r OU1 of the stow stoward steward stoward
ard H H C C Shipley also colored and told toldhim toldbim toldhim
him the house was on un fi h The two twomade l twomade wo woI
I made their way to the lint floor aad aadthe RW RWthe sawthe
the structure was in flames In the themeantime theI themeantime
I meantime Shipleys wife came down downstairs dOWDI downstairs ¬
I stairs a Jn and saw w the flames and Jt forgetting forgettingthat fOrgettIngthat ettlair ettlairI
I that she was in her night clothes aDd aadnet aDdi ini ininet
i net even thinking of her oneyearold in infant Iftaile InLant ¬
fant she started toward CatoosviUe C WD8vlUe to togive 0I
I give the alarm Shipley too run toward towardthe t4MaIdI towardthe
I the village leaving Brown behind behindBoy bobiadI behinflog
I Boy nO Saves S ne Two TwoThe TuoI TwoThe
I The latter lat < then proved himself a hero heroHe heoHe herolie
He knew that on the third hoer there therewas Uterowu therewas
was wu besides the inCAnt Infant the aged aunt auntof auatof auntof
of Shipley and despite the choking chokingsmoke choJdnsSIIIOce chokingsmoke
smoke he made his way to tho attic attictched aUIctched ttic tticsatc1ied
satc1ied tched up the sleeping baby ba y and aadcalled aD4caHecl andcalled
called to the old woman womento to follow him himAs blmI himAs
I As the two made their way to the sec second necond ¬
seeI
ond floor they saw the flume had cut cutoff cutoU
off their exit They leaped from a win window wlJt1 wlJt1I wlJt1The window ¬
dow dowThe I
The home of Bradley Isaac fully eM eMteet diifeet W Wfeet
feet to tho westward caught fire ttre but it itwas Itwu Itwas
was saved by the firemen aelt and volun volunteers YOIunteers rolunteera ¬
teers In a little more than aa hour the theonce theAIM theonce
once AIM structure was a rain only the thechimneys thech thechimneys
chimneys ch standing standingFATALLY lltaftdlngFATALLY standingFATALLY
FATALLY WOUNDED BY NEGRO NEGROCharles NEGROCbnrles NEGROCharles
Charles Gray Grn of HoRerxtoivn Dies Diesand Diesnnd Diesand
and AHsnilant rUant IH Sought Sonfflilpadal Songht8pecIaJ SoughtSpedsi
padal to The WaaUavtoa W llosM llosMIlagerstown itezildflagorstown J JHqentown
Ilagerstown Md Nov 1L 11Jamea Jamec Sees Semples S Splea Seespies
plea alias Kigger l er Jim a negro with a abad abad abad
bad reputation last night shot and fatally fatallywounded tatlbwouaded fatallywounded
wounded Charles Gray a Baltimore BaI lllON and aadOhio u40bJ0 andOhio
Ohio railroad Areman on the station plat platform piaform pintform ¬
form at Weverton this county Gray Gra7removed was wasremoved wasminored
removed to the hospital at atM4 Brunswick BrunswickMd BrunswickMd
Md M4 where heN he died tills morning morningThe IIIOIIIJaeTbe morningThe
The negro ro fled after the sootte tIM shooting Sheriff SheriffDeftest SIMrIIrDelbert SIEDelbert
Delbert received word during the day y that thatNigger UIatNJaer thatN1er
Nigger Jim had been seen at HarperFerry BarpenFerry Harper ElarpersFerry
Ferry and be left at tee for r that place placeGray pIMeGray placeGray
Gray whose home was at Brunswick Brunswickhad Bnl8n1lelEbad Bruuswlekhad
had driven to Weverton last Right t taCCMRp being beingaccompanied beingaccompanied
accompanied Ied by George Lens As ti they theywere thQwere theywere
were crossing the station platform they theyencountered tkyellCOUJltere4 theyencountered
encountered the negro Several words wordswere 8were wordsnero
were exchanged ex between Long and the thenegro thewbesa thenegro
negro when the latter palled a revolver revolveraad IeoweraDd revolverand
aDd ahbt Gray through the abdomen abdomenGray abdomenGray abdomenGray
Gray te survived by a widow and three threechildren threechildren
children He was fortythree years old oldLOWNDES oldLOWNDES oldLOWNDES j
LOWNDES ALTAR DEDICATED DEDICATEDImpressive 1 1hllprCfIlITC
Impressive JeJKorJ 3I lJeniorlal J HorIjvl 1 Ceremony at atiSuinmnuc ttKmmnnnci atliiinigLuiieI
iSuinmnuc Church Cumberland CumberlandSpecial Cnm1JerlandpeeiaJ Cuniberlanilto
Special to Tb The Washtaftae HenhL HenhLCumberland sJdCumberland ilasidCuniberland
Cumberland Md Nov w 1L lLThe The warble autrblememorial warblememorial bh bhmemortal
memorial altar presented to Emmanuel EmmanuelEpiscopal EmllllUluftI EammanualEpiscoial
Episcopal I Church by lifca Ettsabeth Ettsabethlioyd DbabethLoJd Iabeth IabethLloyd
lioyd Lloyd Lown6 Lowndes > 9 to memory of her father fathertte fathertile fathertim
tile late ezOoT Got Lloyd Ltowcdes was wasdedicated WaltcledScated wii wiidedicated
dedicated this morning at 11 oclock oclockHer oclockRn oclockRev
Her Edward If Jeffreys rector of St StPeters St StPetcr StPeters
Peters Episcopal Church Philadelphia Philadelphiaforeaer PbIIaddpbIaformer Philadelphiaformer
former rector Of of Emmanuel Canbariand Canbariandpreached C8IDIIertaDdJftached Cumbedandpreached
preached the dedicatory sermon Rev ACTMr RevMr RevNl
Mr Jeffreys was rector here at the thee taiwof ttaneof theeof
of GOT Lowodes death h and was as a a very verytottoiate ftI7SUmate veryintimate
intimate friend of the deceased deceasedi deceasedMr
Mr r Lowndes was proaafnenOy MentMed MentMedwith NmWledwtth MentiSedwith
with the vestry of Emmanuel Church Re Re Recently Recostly
costly a ataxniflcent tAcent window WAS un unveiled UDftUed onveiled ¬
veiled at Emmanuel I Church to the mem memory memory mewOTT ¬
ory of Lewis Mayer Hamilton of Balti Baltimore BaltImore BeAUmore ¬
more who was a member of the tb v vof veet veetor vestry vestryof
of Emmanuel and whose e death occurred oocorredshortly oocurre42hortl occurredehortiy
shortly after ate removal to BaltimoreGmt BaltimoreGIRL Baltimore BaltimoreGIRL
GIRL Gmt GETS TWO LICENSES LICENSESAfter LICENSEStcr LICENSESAfter
After tcr Taking Out First Site Meet Old OlilAdmirer OMAdmirer OldAdmireiniid
Admirer Admirer Admireiniid ntul Changes Mind MindSpeckl J MindOpeckl inal inal8peeiaI
Speckl to The Wt WIIIIfaIta Ainjtan liarald liaraldCnanbertand rJdI iliuMCumbortand
I Cnanbertand IaJHI Nd Nov No 1L lLU Miss Lydia LydiaMay LydiaMay
May 7 Ceaton who Is prominent in society societyat
at Sharpeborg Sbarp bmg Pa a suburb ubur of Pittaborg Pittaborgand Plttllb Plttllband Pittabuegand
and Alexander Johnston of Monpt CAlflt Sav Savage Savqe Sayage ¬
age this t county are to bo insisted on onWednesday ODW onWednesday
Wednesday W edneldar aext Sometime ago Miss MiesSeaton iOSeaton MissSeaton
Seaton secured a license to marry Ed Edward Edward Edward ¬
ward Koghen A drivio driving up to the license licenseoffice licenseodice e edice
office in her motor car Miss 11 Seaton Seatonchanged Seatoncbanpd Seatonchanged
changed her mind when her old sweet sweetheart I Ibeart
heart Alexander Johnston Johnston came upon the thescene thescene
scene ceDe and Ddsbc she returned the old license to tothe tothe tothe I
the clerks clea1t office and bad it canceled at atthe atthe atthe
the same une time taking out the license Uee e to tomarry toI tomarry
I marry Johnston John wn Miss Seaton Is wealthy wealthyWATCH wealthyWATCH wealthyWATCH
WATCH COUNT IN FIFTH HFTHVir FIFTHI PIPTIIVlrginiaii
I Vir Yirtiniau riniau Board of Canvassers Wifl WiflDecide V1I1 V1I1Decide UI
I II III Decide Vote ote in Close Clo e District Districtpadal DhltrictIpedl Districtsl
padal sl to Tie WaaUafton W HccaU HccaUBichmond llaaJ4Wcbmond HesidRichmond
Richmond Va Nov No 11 UTho The board of ofcanvaaners ofcanvassers f fcan
canvassers can will assemble as ia I this city dur during durIng durlug ¬
ing the present month for the purpose of ofcounting ofcoun ofcounting
counting coun and certifying cert1 iQ the returns of the therecent thelK therecent
recent lK ftt election Considerable interest will willcenter willcenter wiltcenter
center around the work to be done by bythe bytbe bythe
the board owing to the closeness of the tMvote thevote
vote in the Fifth Congressional district districtJudge dl8trlctJudge districtJudge
Judge E E W Saunders Democrat defeat defeatlap deteatIng defeatlag
lap Dr XL E W Simmons Republican by byi bya
i a margin of not much more than 16 1m votes votesJudging votefrom votesjudging
Judging from the face of the returns as asgiven 8giYeR asgiven
given out by the Judges at the various variousprecincts variouaprectncta variousncts
precincts precinctsFuneral prectnctaFnneral ncts nctsFuneral
Funeral of Mrs Martha E Johnson JohnsonSpeefel JoltnIContoo Johns0112iel
Speefel to The WjwWaston WuIIl ton HaraML HaraMLBoyds Haa1tLBoyd HiuSidBoyds
Boyds Md Nov IL 1LA A l large r crowd ernwdat ernwdattended At Attended attended ¬
tended the funeral of Mrs Martha E EJohnson EI BJohnson
I Johnson jotmeon who died at Kyattstown Friday Fridayaged Fridaya Fridayaged
aged a d eightyseven eA 7ftVen years The funeral funeralservices fuaera18eriees fweJservices
services were held in Methodist Church by
Rev He W Y C Smith Six of her grandsons grandsonsncted graOO9Of18Ctoo grandsonsctcd
ncted ctcd as PAllbearers nailbearers Besides six children childrenwh childrenwhu chlktrnwho
wh who survive her she had hnd hiutslxtyono sixtyone tyono grand grandchildren grandchildren ¬
children ch dren and twentyseven twent seen greatgrand greatgrandchiidren greatgmndWidren greatgra greatgrachildren
children chiidrenSAW childrenI
1 SAW YOUR AD IN THE HERALD HERALDCOLOMBIA HERALD HERALDt HERAL7iCOLOMBIA
t t t tCOLOMBIA
COLOMBIA COLOMBIA3LD COLOMBIAGOLD COLOMBIAGOLD
GOLD 3LD PLACER PLACERBought PLACERSTOC t tSTOCK
STOCK STOC STOCBought t tDonht
Bought nnd sold f old Informa Information InlorlUatlOfl Informnatloit ¬ +
tion upon reiiucst reiiucstR rC reqncztR < luc = t t tR
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REPORT ON HOSPITAL TODAY TODAYVirginia TODAYVlrglnln TODAYVirginia
Virginia Legislative Committee Di Divided DIIdcd Dlvided ¬
vided Idcd About InstItution ItiHtltntlonpecM IlIIlItltntionpecW InstItutionsdsI
pecM to The VTaahlnstoo WI Henld HenldRtchmond UerRlehmond flosidRichmond
Richmond Va V Nov 1L UIntollse Intense inter interest Intetnt Interrut ¬
est is folt in the 11 probable action of the tiwlecisUttive thelePdaUve theIegIiIUve
lecisUttive committee to investigate af affairs attain a afairs ¬
fairs existing at the Oastern tern State HOI Hospital HOIpltal lIespita ¬
pita at Wlllfaunsbursr Y11l m bura here tomorrow tomorrowmoraina tomorrowmonatne tomorrowmorning
morning morainaThe monatneTile morningThe
The committee has already held four fourseatjoas rturHUIou foursessions
sessions during < which a record contain containing caRtaDmore cnta1nlug ¬
lug more than tb A MO pages pII J was made madeThe maci maciThe madeThe
The members it Is said Id J1ro iro lined up upfour upCour upfour
four to two twoMea Messrs n Rson Roberts n6b ts Dunn Dunnaitd DUDBanet Dunnand
and Pulliam on the one side tde and Messrs MessrsSadler MessrsSniller a8lr8 a8lr8Sadler
Sadler and Quid on the other It is isthought Isthoupt Isthought
thought that three reports will bo pre prepared prepared pvcpared ¬
pared one by Senator RIsen RIIOn one by Sen Senator SenOi SeeMo ¬
ator Mo Oi Ptiiiiajn and one by Senator Sadler SadlerRumor SadlerRumor SadlerRumor
Rumor has it that th the report prepared preparedby prepandby preparedby
by Senator Sadler and signed by Mr Quid Quidwill Quidwill Oddwill
will score 8 re the management of the hospital hospitalland bosPitatand hospitaland
land and will be especially bitter bltt against ft8t Supt SupfcFoster SuptFca SuptFoster
Foster Fca r while the reports of Messrs sm Risen Risonand nsonand Risenand
and PMlIlam in which Messrs MOIl Roberta Robertsand Robertaand Robertaand
and Dunn will concur will praise the thework thework thework
work of Supt Foster Fo ter and the officers of ofthe ofthE oftI
the tI asylum asylumSenator asylumSenator asylumSenator
Senator Sadler Sadl r and Mr Quid of the thecommittee tJaecommittee thecommittee
committee committee have made a searching in inquiry in inquiry Inquiry ¬
quiry Into all the acts of Dr Foster Foet ana anaIt uelIt andIt
It Is Ii generally understood that they will willrecommend willreCf Willreemmond
recommend reCf 1meRd that he be removed from of office 01TM ofce ¬
fice ce I IThe
ficeTh
Th TM general hospital board meets on onNovember onNovember onNovember
November 90 and it te thought that the thereport thereport thereport
report of the investigating committee will wiHhave wtNha willhave
have ha I been completed by that time ttmeDr ttmeDrFoster1I Dr DrFosters DrFosters
Fosters term of office as superintendent superiatendeatdoes uperinben superintendentdoes eat eatOM
does does not expire until April 15 15 and the thegenera ttiDUal thegeneral
general genera DUal board will 111 hold another meeting meetingbetween mcetlnabetween meetingbetween
between November 7 G 2 and that time timeSLAYEE timeSLAYER timeSLAYER
SLAYER GIVES HIMSELF TIP TIPThoinns UPThomns IJPThonin
Thoinns Lain AVho hoKllJetl ho Killed Frank FrnultIlenxlcy Frankhlensley trnl1l trnl1llIemle
Ilenxlcy lIemle Itt Locked Up UpI 171to l ll
I ttpwtal l to The WaiUmjteo W mid licsUdIlarrisonburg JIIDIcLI1an1 midilarrlaonburg
Ilarrisonburg I1an1 Va ilov IL 11Tbomaa 11TbomaaLam ILThomasLom Thomas ThomasLam
Lam who shot hot and almost instantly instantlykilled ImitaDUrkilled Instantlykilled
killed Frank P Hensiey Friday after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon at th the foot of the Blue Ridge RidgeMountains RIdK8Wo1Ultaln BidguMoimtatns
Mountains twentytwo miles east of Har Harrtsonburg Harrl8ODburg liarrlsonburg
rtsonburg was w captured early this morn morning mornInK mornlug ¬
InK about a mile lie from the scene of the theshooting theshooting theshooting
shooting Lam said kI he was wa oa his wny wnyto W1yto wsyto
to EHcton to surrender lun I when CbarUJs CbarUJsHeneley Charles CbarksHHeuIeT Charlesllensley
Heneley a brother of the murdered man manand manaad manand
and two neighbors took Mm In custody custodylie custodyHe
He was brought t to Harrisoabnrg hume humediately Immediately ¬
diately and locked up Hansieys lieIu rein relations rolaOZMI reintious ¬
tions are raising J8Wo a fund to toLam prosecute prosecuteLam prosecuteLam
Lam whose father is I reputed re to have havemoney havoIDOnfY havemoney
money Sentiment to the community cosnmunlt is isagainst IsacatftSt Isagainst
against Lam LamTHROWN LamTHROY1N La LaPIIROYIN
THROWN IN JAIL FOR DEBT DEBTWashington DEBTWashington DEBTWashington
DEBTi i
Washington Man Is Imprisoned at atAlexandria atAlexandria atAlexaiulila
Alexandria Alexandriafcl AlexandriaSJftOinl AlexaiulilaSpedial
fcl SJftOinl eOiai Series Serl of Vesper Services Se IJJ IH IHSiariotl IIISwrlOll IsSiartoil
Siariotl lay the Paulbft lazli Fathers nt ntt ntt at5t
5t > t Marys Catholic OntboUq i Church ChnroliDecease ChurchW
5 W Wd1IGTof UXALO auIJ JIt1IUO liraLtuT
T = = 1 IlLComa
0 t tof ui ea Sqsl sa saIlnesuss
Decease of hi Ms failure fa we to furnish bond bonda
a man ma gtviag his name as U L Finger of cttreet efS
8 street northwest Washington the thedefendant thede1Jen4Iant thedefondant
defendant te a soft instituted In the Cue Corporation COIporatloll Cuepmalien ¬ i
poration Court by Charles King Bon to tocollect toeoUect tocollect
collect an alleged debt of HE 1 is locked lockedi lockedup lockedup
i up at the station hoove constructively In Inthe Iathe Inthe
I
the custody of the city sergeant It ItUDde Is Isunderstood Isunderstood
understood that Mr 1 Finger win endeavor eatdeavwf1Imi endeavorto
to furnish bond tomorrow morning there thereby tbereby thereby ¬
by seeming hte hi release for his future ap appearance u upeaJDCe p ppearanes ¬
pearance In cotirt co Under the law fa this thisState thisState thisState i
State a nonresident in an action for to toi ID IDde1tll I Ide
de1tll de ell i Is subject to toIe fM huprisonmeust nrleonflMnt vtt vtti unken
i ken he lives vee satisfactory eat Heart security for his hisappearance lIAsasr binaearseee
appearance appearanceSpecial asr aearseeeSpeoint
Special Vetqier Started StartoilA Si rtoc1 rtoc1A
A special cries of vesper e8peI services en1cetpeDed was wasopened waspemed
opened today at St Marys CathoBc CathoBcChord CatMUcCbWca OatbolIcChurch
Chord CbWca when a large congregation listen listened listened ¬
ed to a sermon by Rev Father Oross Oroa of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the Apostolic Mission House Brookhu BrookJalt BmoldanilD l lD
D C C The services will be coatimiefl CGRtln for forsuae tortKII8e fursome
some time at the same boor Sunday wen uveathe evenInn wenings
Inn the sermons being beta delivered by 1 r Paul
i 1st Fathers of ofBrool Brookland aACL Rev Dr H n ILKnylor R RNaytor
Naytor of Washington preached at atevening t th thevening tJttt tJtttev
evening ev services at Trinity X B Eo Church Churchaad Ch Churchand rch I
and the services both morning aDd even eveame nSIDe eventug
me at the First Baptist Church Ch were wereconducted i
conducted by Rev William L I Warts qtS an anevangelist anevangelist
evangelist e JIPUst The pastor Rev Dr W B BFitrr B BTiter 1
Titer is in Rtehnuad as a a delegate to tothe tothe
the Baptist Baptl8tpuera1 ptIst general assembly bly of the State StateMrs StteJIrL StateMrs
Mrs Samuel Arnell died this evening eveningafter veatnIafter j jafter
after a lingering mae jtt her home boMe 514 514Orenoco 14 14Qrenooo I
Qrenooo street She was thirtysix years yearsor yearsof
of s age > g Her husband and four children childrenswrvtve childrensurvive
survive her Arrangement for the funeralwtJI funeralwili funeral funeralwfli
wfli be completed later laterThe laterTIle laterThe
The scaffold on which Joseph To e ewill Thomas Thomascotoreo ThomascoloreS
cotoreo will be hanged December 14 14 in inAlexandria iaAJexanclrla 1 1AlexandrIa
Alexandria County for criminal awaatt awaattwW eultwIS 1dt 1dtbe
wW be surrounded by a board fence six sixteen x xwe
teen feet high in order to prevent the exe execution exeC8dOD cxcCation ¬
cution being witnessed wI by outsiders oatIII ers It Itto ItIs
to stated that only onlya a few persons win be beadmitted beadndtted beadmitted
admitted to the mcJosttre mcJosttreA
A movement has been n started with a aview aview
I
view of improving the Strand the river riverfront riverfront riverfront ¬
front thoroughfare of the city It is sag suggested MI ¬
vented ted that the cobble stones sti nes which have havebeen baveDeen havebeen
been removed from other streets I might mightbe mistbe mightbe
be used to advantage In giving the Strand Stranda Strudsub8taot1aJ
a substantial roadway which would wouldgreatly wouldgreatly wouldgreatly
greatly enhance the value of the th property propertyon pr per peron
on the river front frontReleased frontRelealocI frontReleased
Released Only Oul to He IloarreittQd IloarreittQdairtal Uearrcflt Itearrestiids cl clIpIeIaI
IpIeIaI s airtal to Tb n WaafcteitoB W 1mIn Herald HeraldNewport BcraIdeWJOrt BursidNewport
Newport eWJOrt News ew Va Nov N 1L ILLeoMn1 ILLeoMn1S1Ieebe ILLeeea ILLeeeaSbeetze Leonard LeonardSheetze
Sheetze son of a welltodo 1tod6 Hampton Hamptonmaa Hamptonman OD ODwho
man who has been arrested ane tow on several severalcharges 8everalcbarges severalcharges
charges and was released on ban TVnirs TVnirsday TbUfday 1hursdiy
day night nl ht was rearrested at an early earlyhour earl earlhour earlyhour
hour this morning by Officer Curtis while whileto wht1aIn whileIn
In the act of attempting to effect an ala alatrance en entrance entrance ¬
trance into a Queen street st1otstore store The Theofficer Theo Theolhicor
officer o r fired one shot and Sheetae Sbeet surren surrendered 8Unet1de surrendered ¬
dered de S
deSEEK
SEEK KIDNAPPER HERE HEREPolice HEREPolice HEREPolice
Police Looking for Italian from fromJlonnt irmaMount
Mount Vernon IS N A AThe Y YTbe VThe
The police authorities have been noti notified noUfled notilied ¬
fled that Raffale Sposata an Italian Italianabout italianabout
about thirty years ear ok wanted for kid kidnapping kidnapping ¬
napping in Mount Vemon erJKI N T Is prob probably probably probably ¬
ably in this city He te described as 8 srepulsive a arepulsive arepulstve
repulsive looking man who early this thismonth thismonth thismonth
month forced fo Josephine Cairo a pretty prettylittle prettJUttle prettylittle
little Italian girl ot that t city to go away awaywith awaywith way waywith
with him An Immense amount of inter interest Inlrest Interant ¬
est te taken in securing the kidnapper kidnapperas kldnnPI r ras
as the people of Mount Vernon are nr great greatly groathy ¬
ly incensed at the deed A search of the theItalian thef1JU8a theItalian
Italian districts of this city may lead to tohte tohis tohis
his discovery as it te thought that lie lieis beIs heIs
is being harbored by some friends in inWashington InWash1DCfon inWashington
Washington The girl rl is thought to be bewith bewith bewith
with him him though detained against h bet hftwUl betwill r rwin
win wUl
Wanted to Sec Horses Run HunWe RunWe RunWe
We like to sec the horeee run wasthe wasthe was wasthe
the excuse given Y8D by b two colored bays baysJames be beJames bayiilames
James Warren and Wallace Warren when whenthey whenthey whenthey
they were arrested 3rrNt by the officers o rg of ofFoarth the theFourth thuFoirth
Fourth preclnfit precin yesterday ye t for turning in ina
a 3 false alarm The boys pulled box 42 42at 4i2at 442at
at Thirteenth Thlrt erah and D streets at 9 oclock oclockyesterday ocIxkterda ocbckyesterday
yesterday terda morning then stood by and saw sawthe 98Wthe sawthe
the engines rush to the fire They Th y will willhave willMYC willbav
have bav an n opportunity of explaining e plainlng their theircrnlurt theIrOPndurt theirCPrdurt
crnlurt moro nnr fully IQ the Police Uco Court CQutthk CurtthL
thk JI1 1r
DOES NOT WORK WELL ELL ELLGoyeiiiineiit I IGOyelluncnt
Goyeriiment Ownership as asApplied asApplicl asApplied
Applied to the Railroads RailroadsTHE RailroadsTHE RailroadsPHD
THE CONDITIONS IN AUSTRALIA AUSTRALIACorreMponilent AUSTRALIAt AUSTRALIACorreHpOllflcnt AUSTRALIACorrespondent
t
Correspondent Williams VIJUa1 lI After Per Peraonal IertJonal Pernonal
aonal I Study Stutl and Observation ObnervatlonComes Ober ObservationComes atJOl atJOlComes
Comes Home Convinced that Mr Mrllrynnn MrBrynns Ir IrJnnH
llrynnn JnnH Proposed Prollo cd Remedy Remell Would WonldBring WouldDring WonhilBring
Bring JlorpIlls Mor YIlls to This hls Country ConDtr ConDtrMr CountryMr j jMr
Mr C C Arthur rtJa1Ko Wlnlamg Is the wtillcnown wtillcnownWashtogtoa wtIIk1MtwnWuhiDg willknownWashington
Washington WuhiDg correspondent of the Hous Houston Houston Honetost ¬
ton Post p has ha returned tumed from a nve nvemonths ftye ftyemontbe flY flYmouths
months trip > to Australia and New NewZealand NewZAIand NewZealand
Zealand ZealandJudging ZAIandJud81nc ZealandHJndglng
Judging from the results of my au ob observations obrYaUons ohservatlons ¬
servations In Aueatesia AueaJula be Mid yes yesterday yaterday yesterday ¬
terday the e adoption of Mr Bryans Bryansscheme Brpa BrpacbfIJNI Bryansscheme
scheme of State and Federal oivnershlp oivnershlpof OnMrPof
of railways in the United States WHIt wouMnot WHItnot woul4not
not only fail to cure the admitted a evils evilsof eVilsof evilsDC
of which he and students generally COla oomptate COlapJabt oempinlit
ptate bur hut would create other and per perhaps pereven pmbalm ¬
haps even greater ones In my humble humblejudgment humWejucg1 humblejudgment
judgment eDt no more monumental mOIUI MlIlta1 error errorcould errorcou1c errortmuld
could be committed It is I my opInion ophrionthat 0dJII0ntbat opInionthat
that all existing transportation abuses abusescan abusescan e
can be abolished and prevented by proper properlegislation properJqtaJaUon properlegislation
legislation JqtaJaUonThe legislation4The legislationThe
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Congress tend In the right direction and andIf andIt andIf
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legislature I re should enact additional tJoIII laws UMTSthe 1Mqtbe lawsthe
the Judiciary jud should honestly bo and fairly fairlyinterpret fairlyhsterpret
interpret t them lb them and the executive author authorities authorItlea ¬
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be contended that political JOItUcal manipulation manipulationand
and the ability of great aggregations of ofcapital ofcaptta1 ofcapital
capital to Influence Inft lawmakers prevent preventthe iWeVentthe t tthe
the proper performance of the duty of ofany ofan7 ofany
any or ail of the three branches of the thegovernment tileOYeJDllMRt thegovernment
government I would tike to know what whatthe wIIatthe whatthe
the result would be if the railroads were weregovernment weregovernment
government owned and aM therefore under underthe underthe
the control In the last analysis au of Con Congress Congress ¬
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the success in Australia AastraJIawd and New Zealand Zealandthat zeaJaDdthat Zealandthat
that it baa been represented to be The Thedevelopment Tbede Thedavilopammit
development de t of ofbeth both cocntrtes eoca is being beingretarded betnretanIe4 beingretarded
retarded to an excessive degree cle by the thegovernmental thepvvlrmenlaJ thegovernmental
governmental monopolies which make makecompetition ma1rCOIDpedtloa makecomdon
competition in railway coustruttton coa OD and andoperation aMopera andoperation
operation opera on Impossible Imp Australia AtiaJ only onlyabout eoITout enlyabout
about onesixth mealier than the United UnitedStates UnitedStates 1 1ltatN
States has approximately aa many people peopleas
as the single State of Texas or the single singlecity singlecity
city of New York York lid fully M < per cent centof centof centof I
of them are to be found In the six State Statecapitals StateCIIttal8 Statecapitals
capitals Onefourth of the total popnia popniatkw populatine
tine is to h the two cities of Sydney SyclReyIId SyclReyIIdKeIhoarne popmaI iand iandMelbourne nd ndMelbourne
Melbourne The Tb country as a whole whole Is Ismore Ison Ismore
more sparsely populated than any II other otherpart erpart otherpart
part of the world with the exception of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Arctic regions and some small islands islandsWith bJaDclWItb islandsWith
With nondrede of thousands of beset bamiffjants besetgloats 11II 11IIt8
gloats t8 many of whom are quite desir desirable demable desirable ¬
able pouring Into to the United States 8tat and andCanada andCaJUlda andCanada
Canada annually the comparativelysmall comparativelysmallincrease comparaUveITiiaaUIIIcnue compsraUvelysinaUIncrease
increase In Australian population in re recent re reeent recent ¬
cent years has been due considerably considerablymore
more to the excess of births over deaths deatUUIu deathsthan
than to the excess ex of permanent Arrivals Arrivalsover ArrlvalaOV arrivalsover
over OV departures cJ Only a pan of the theedges thfecJsee theedges
edges of the great MaadeonUnent t enjoy enjoyrailway fIIjoyraIIaT enjoyrailway
railway faculties facUtU The total railway relhra rtullwaymiheng
mileage of the commonwealth weeltb is only onlyabout on onIMnIt onlyabout I
about the same as that of Texas T xu xua There Thereis Themci5
is no transcontinental tal line IIDe either north northor DOrthor northor
or south or east and west Millions of ofacre oCacrea ofacres
acre acres In the interior cannot be developed developedi developedbecause
because of the lack of railways and an4 on onthe ondae onthe
the other hand some of the existing existingbranch exillti88ttraDCb existingbranch
branch Ones have been constructed purei pureity pure
17 because beea oft ofpOtlcal of political considerations and endust j jnot i
not at all bemuse th they y tended to the thesettling thessttflig I
settling and dIng UJbu of the country countryDo country1o t
Do Aot Pay PU Working or ing Bxpcnses BxpenseJlJrile RapensesTbc
rile railways of Australia U8traUa are owned ownedby owaedby ownedby
by the various States In which bleb they He HeNot lieot
Not 2 ot one of the State systems has paid paidworking pajd1rerldnc paidworking
working expenses and nominal interest interestthroughout iDlIeIeKtblouaoout Iniurcetthroughout
throughout the whole period of its exist existence exIsteeoc det deta ¬
ence Deficits a have been made made up out of ofthe oftile ofthe
the general I taxation food funds which has re resulted re reuled reseAted ¬
seAted tri Increased taxes or from rom cIt cItt1ofta1 sddltictial addiUoeal
Uoeal loans balm which have ba ve brought the thepubUc thepabIie thepublic
public Indebtedness bl up to appalling appafltaglevels appallinglevels IJ IJlevel
levels The per capita indebtedness on onaccount ORa onaccount
account a of railways atone In the stogie stogieState singleSlate Ic IcState
State of Queensland for example eumpleaeart7 hi hinearly Isnearly
nearly twenty tw times the total per capita capitamdebtedneec ealitalDcIebtedDeetl capitatudebtednees
mdebtedneec of the United U ted States The Thetotal Thet Thetotal
total public debt of Australia with its its4OOCM Itsj
4OOCM people is larger than that of the theUnited theUnited
United States with IMOOJOX iSOflij and a both the thetotal thetotal thetotal
total and the per capita debt arc con constantly con8tantl constantiy ¬
stantly growing larger largerFreight JartwMFreisht largerFrelght
Freight and passenger rates are uni universally un uneraIly nnlversally ¬
versally higher there than here and the t tladlldell thefacilities j jfadlitiea
facilities enjoyed by the traveler r and the theshipper th thII theshipper
shipper II are not remotely comparable to tuthoee tothose
those afforded d rded by the privately owned 01r1edQSt ownedsystems i isystems
systems QSt m of the United States tes Sydney Sydneyand SYdn Sydneyand y yand
and Melbourne 570 l miles apart and each eachcontaining eachcontaJBtDC eact eactcontaining
containing more than half a million of ofpeople ofpeople > f fpeopie
people must t tolerate a service consisting consIstInll consIstInllof i iof Iof
of but one train each way a day and but butix butsix j jsix
six days to the week And this is I the thevery thevery theVet
very Vet best to the commonwealth CO These Theseare Theseonly Theseare
are only a few of many disadvantage disadvantagethat 8iadvan 8iadvanthat disadvantagethat
that might Isht be cited ct ad if there are any anyadvantages anyadvantages
advantages my diligent search failed taJ to toreveal toreveal toreveal t
reveal them themPBEACHEB themPREACHER themPREACHER
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PREACHER DEFIES COURT COURTHe COURTRev I IRev
Rev He White bUc Enters Shiloh Pulpit PUlPitDespite PulpitflepIte j jDespite
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Rev James J H IL White the temporary temporarypastor temp temporarypostot rT rTPISUX
pastor of Saitoh Baptist Church colored coloredwho coloredwho
who wbo was recently enjoined from occupy occupying occupytn occupylug
lug tn the pulpit until the churchs affairs affairshad atrairsbad affairsbad
bad been settled by the th court defied the theorder tbeorder theorder
order yesterday Yef by Q entering the church churchand churchad churchand
and addressing the congregation from the thepulpit thepulpit thepulpit
pulpit An attempt was made by one of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the deacons to prevent his entering > toe toepulpit utepulpit taopulpit
pulpit by tugging at his coat tails tan mu Mlttbe hutthe muthe
the preacher was successful in the tug ofwar ofwar of ofwar
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The minister declared lared the courts < had hadnothing 1aanothing badnothing
nothing to do with Shiloh Church Church and andannounced aDdamJOunced sadannounced
announced his intention Int utlon of attending to tobis tohili tohis
his duties as the duly elected pastor re regardless re reprc11eu regardless ¬
gardless of any Judges order orderFollowing orderFoUowinc orderFollowing
Following a stormy meeting ID4etl the true truetees tratees truetees
tees of the opposing oPoo lnc faction met n t lid de decided de ded docided ¬
d cided ed to ask the court to cite White for forcontempt forcontempt forcontempt
contempt of court courLTAFE courtTAFT courtTAFT
TAFT AT FORT RILEY RILEYInllpcetll RILEYInspects I IInnpcctR
Inspects Plans and Site for 176 New Itcvrnnildingrn NewBuildings C1T C1TnihUngrs
Buildings at that Post PostFort PostFort PostFort
Fort Riley Kans Ka Nov U UWJ1Uam William H HTaft HTaft HTaft
Taft Secretary Se etarT of War arrived this after afternoon atternoon afternoon ¬
noon from Fort FortL9aYeDwth Lsaven Leavenworth worth At the re request re reQue request ¬
Que quest t of Secretary Taft the party wasreoevfIl wasreceived was wasreceived
received without military honors Ho Hospent Hespent Hospent
spent the day in inspecting the theadjacent grounds groundsadjacent groundsadjacent
adjacent to the established posf poe that thathave thathave thathave
have been laid out for the necessary necessaryquarters neceMryquarters necessaryquarters
quarters for the two regiments of infan infantry Infantry Infantry ¬
try engineers a battalion and signal corps corpscompany corpscompAnY corpscompany
company which are to make Fort Riley Rileya
a brigade post postSecretary poetretary postS
S Secretary retary Taft expressed reeeecl himself Um elf as be bein beIn beleg
in In < pleased pl with the plans and said that thatFort thatFort thatFort
Fort Ril Riy y In Its location extent of the thereeervatiou theresrat1ol4 thereeervatIoi
reeervatiou and other advantages < bad hada badII bada
a splendid military future The plans plansunder plansunder plansunder
under consideration call caJ for the erection erectionof erectionor erectionof
of 17 liG new buildings at Fort Riley RileySecretary RileyS RileySecretary
Secretary S TetaIY Taft and party arty left for Fort FortSill Fortsm Fortsill
Sill Okla Okl at 6 oclock this afternoon aft moon on ona Ofta ona
a special train From Oklahoma he will willZ willto wftlSP
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USUAL CASUALTY LIST UStfr LISTcw LISTcwYorkfleporjsTw
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Dying from Accidents and 1nd A Ansault AnsaultNew iault iaultNew lInu1tNew
New York Nov 11 UThls This citys repu reputation reputaUon reputatIon ¬
tation for Sunday casualties was upheld upMldm
to the early morning hours when in dif diffarsnt altta diftatont
farsnt ta ent localities there were two killings killingsand killingsand killingsand
and one shooting hOotllJg which will have a aending fatal fatalending aLai aLaiending
ending endingThe endingThe endingThe
The laatmentionod trouble caused l the thewIldest
wildest kind of a furore in the fashionable fashionableSlberon tMbtoDablKlb8lOlt febIonableTubeson
Slberon apartments ap at Elghtyelehth Elghtyelehthstreet Etghtelgbth8treet Eightyeighthstreet
street and Central Park west t Here a anegro anegro anegro
negro LUlbov i fY fired four our bullets into a anineteenyearold 9nlnetcen7erold anlnetcenyearold
nineteenyearold negro James Anderson AadarsonHe AndsrsonHe AndersonHe
He told tba police be bad toased his hisfeliowhallboy his hisfellOwhaltlK hisfellowhallboy
feliowhallboy fellOwhaltlK > Lawrence Nolan tutu the thelatter the thelatter thelatter
latter drew a revolver planting four shigs shigsto shIgsIn slugsIn
In Andersons bock and chest chestA cbMtA chestA
A negress known as Nan Nan was found foundmurdered foundmurdered ouRdmurdered
murdered this momlD morning to one of the therooms tJaero therooms
rooms of the Criterion Club Cafe Cat CatRdaes a aRaines aRalneg
Raines Jaw hotel at III 7 West est est1Je Thirty Thirtyaeveoth Thirtyseventh
seventh 1Je tth stnot for her money mo The pro proprietor pr0 pr0prietor proprietor ¬
prietor of the place Walter L Herbert Herberta HerbertIt
a negro Democratic politician in the theneighborhood thelletcJJborbocx1 theneighborhood
neighborhood t Hettte Steianer chamber chambermaid e1IamMrmaid chambermaid ¬
maid and Ben Bryan a waiter were ar arrested arrested arrested ¬
rested Herbert Herbert was paroled by Coroner CoronerAcritelli CONJtOrMrltelll CoronerAcritolhi
Acritelli and the others held as witnesses witnessesla w wbI
la 1000 < C90 bail each eachThe eacbTIIo eachThe
The other fatality was accidental ACdde al al although aJ aJt 1 1though ¬
though t the police have held William WilliamHerter WilliamHemtot i iHerter
Herter twentytwo years old of MS Ii East Bastlatth East1JItb East13h
latth street He and Louie Koerner flfty flftyftve IRtyfive 1 1live
live years 1118 oW a veteran ef that address addresshad 8dd 8ddMd addromhad
had a private shooting < gallery to the cel cellar celJar eelJar ¬
Jar and they were practicing prae there thereKoerner thenKoerner thetLKoerner
Koerner was shot under the eye and anddied all4died anddied
died later In the hospital hospitalWHITE bo IJftaJWHITE hospitalYIIITE
WHITE WOMAN IS A LEPER LEPERGoes LEPERGpes LEPERGoes
Goes Gpes to t Japan but Returns to Ha Hawaii Hawaii Hawaii ¬
waii and Will Be Exiled ExiledDaughter ExiledDaughter ExiledDaughter
Daughter of Pormer Minister of For ForelRn Forelgn I IeJn
elRn Affairs Ufulr Under King 1lngI Kala KalaJiuan KalakunaHeir aln alnkanalIelr
Jiuan kanalIelr Heir to an Bstatc IbtatelIOIulu listateHonolulu
Honolulu lIOIulu Nov H 1LA A pitiable story of a awomans awomans I
womans misery for yean came to light lightthis lightthis i itide
this week ek when Mrs r Flora K IC Crowell Crowellhalt Crowehlhalf i ihalf
half white was arrested and held for to toveetigatkm mve inveatigatlon
veetigatkm ve a as > a leper If the charge chargeagainst c chargeagainst rge rgeagatut
against her be proved she must go to the theafoiokai theiroloka1 thei1o1okaI
afoiokai leper settlement settlemen ttlemell for the nat of ofher o ofher
her life lifeShe MeSbe lIfeShe I
She is the daughter of John A Cum Curamiaw Cum0Dee Cuinselas
miaw once tho minister of foreign t affairs affairsunder aUalrsUDder affairsunder
under King Kalakaaa by a Hawaiian Hawaiianmocker HawaiianmotJterSbe Iwallanniothm
mocker motJterSbe She me married a a native Hawaiian Hawaiianaad Ha Hawaiianand wUan wUanlid
lid bad one child five years old when whenshe wItenIIbe whenshe
she developed symptoms that resembled resembledleprosy resembledleprosy mbledItproe
leprosy To avoid a transfer to MolokaI Mofokalshe iIoIokalshe MolokaIshe
she agreed to go to Japan Ja and never re return retam inturn ¬
turn That Iras sir years ago agoSoon aoSooaaterwanl n nSoon
Soon Sooaaterwanl afterward those who had agreed agreedto
to send her allowances failed aDd she re returned re returned returned ¬
turned here and took up her residence rc to toher kttor Inhc
her hc mothers home where she had a secret secretroom 8eCrfJtJ08At secretteens
room constmeted to which she retired retiredwhen reUNdwbeR retiredwbeit
when any one called She IB heir te 1eeRate aa aaestate anestate
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Motor Cyclist Dies Dleliof of Injuries InjuriesElisabeth InjuriesJJlabetb injuriesEhlubeth
Elisabeth JJlabetb N J Nov ov 11 UArcIdbJd Archibald P PBull PBuD PBull
Bull BuD Jr twentyone years old of orEut 1N0 1N0East li liEast
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