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THE WASHINGTON HERALD SATTTKDAY NOVEMBER 17 171906 1906 3
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R A PYLES PYLES P GEO S KING KINGPresident ING INGW
W President Sec3hand Secy and nd Genl Manager ManagerMAURICE ManagerI ManagerE
I MAURICE MAURICEOTTERBACK MAURICI E OTTERBACK GEO O WALSON WALSQNVice WALSONit
> Vice President Treasurer TreasurerDIRECTORS Treasurerr TreasurerDIRECTORS
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I R F BRADBURY M M MOFFITT MOFFITTA
A RA GUDE J W V TOLSON TOLSONREAL TOLSONI TOLSONAncti
Ancti AnctiVicinity
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I and Vicinity VicinityhOurreId i iI
I Y I hOurreId hOurreIdY S 0 Uf Fa Ie Id i ie iI e
I REAL ESTATE Bought Sold and andExchanged andExchanged I Ie
e Exchanged ExchangedHOMES Exchangede ExchangedHOMES
e HOMES at 1000 up upHOUSES upHOUSES e eI
I HOUSES RENTED an and Properties PropertiesTVfananorl PropertiesManag PropertiesMng
TVfananorl ed Special attention to t < this thisbranch
Manag sas
managed branch of the business businessLoans busineKIn >
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I Loans Made on Real Estate EstateI EstateInsurance
I Insurance at a Lowest Rates RatesIn I IIn
In the best foreign and domestic companies companiesSPECIAL consPaniesSPECIAL s Z ZSPECIAL
SPECIAL AGENTS FOR FORThe FORThe FORY
Y The Royal Exchange x c a ng a Assurance of ofLondon o oLondon e eLondon
London LondonCommercial LondonCommercial I Ie
e Commercial Fire are Insurance Company Companyof e ee
e o of District of o Columbia ColumbiaPeoples Columbiaf e ePeoples
Peoples Fire are f Insurance Company o oDistrict of ofDistrict I
District of Columbia ColumbiaWe
We e want houses to rent and sell as we e can cannot ca 1l1 diet tsu supthe sup supply p ¬
ply plyslidd the demand There is a great scarcity of houses 1U 1Uo i iand I
o and around Anacostia A splendid opportunity 1forw4ij 1forw4ijvestors fOI or J4 J4vcs i ivcstors
vcs vestors ors who will find their houses quickly r rented rentedew rentedNew
I New ew ewAnacostia 375000 Bridge BridgeAnacostia BridgeAnacostia I
Anacostia offers to homeseekers 375000 3 new newbridge newbridge
I bridge now being being a built across across Anacostia River and ap appropriation appropriation apP apa aprtesPriation ¬ I
propriation P of 55000 for new approaches insuring newand new newand A AilW
ilW and attractive entrance to the suburbSplendid suburb suburbSplendid iW1 iW1Splendid
Splendid car service service20 20 minutes to to center of city cityWater cit city6OOOO
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a 60000 School Building Buildingt
t Water gas electric light ig lt and power sewers pavedstreets paved pavedstreets pavedstreets
streets 60000 school building to be erected at once once two twofine twofine twofine
fine school buildings already in use churches of all de denorainations dee deinataous
norainations norrina inataous ons adequate police and fire protection free freemall freeS freeniatl
e fi fie
mall delivery deliveryFiveroom
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Special Offer OfferFiveroan I IFiverOOll1
Fiveroom house within two squares of cars i4 I 4 acres of ofground ofground ofround
g ground round magnificent view of Washington bearing bearing fruit fruittrees fruittrees
trees gtrees trees and variety variety of berries splendid place for forchicken tf r r AAA AAAchicken < <
chicken raising Price PriceFor 1PJ f fMiniature 000 fI
6 6Miniature
Miniature Farms FarmsFor I IFor
For poultry and vegetable vegetable raising within easy driving dislance distance dis distance
tance of city on line of proposed extension c < tension of Pennsylvania Pennsylvaniaavenue is isavenue a aavenue
avenue just across the District line High and nd healthy healthylocation healthyI healthylocation
location From onehalf to ten acres We l e can sell you youan youan roo rooan
an acre of ground in this splendid neighborhood at the theprice theprice theprice
I price of a small city lot lotGeo3SKingCo t e te tI
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SPECIAL 1 NOTICES NOTICESTHE F FTHE
THE FIFTH SBMI SEMIA SiMIANNLAL ANNUAL NFAL DIVIDEND DIVIDENDof
of two and onehalf trs 2 j per cent hasbeen has hasbeen hatibeen
been declared on the preferred pr ferrtd stock of ofthT ofthe ofthe
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thT the Washington alnJton Railway Railw tY and Electric Electricstockholders E Electrict trlc trlccomJ3Y
comJ3Y t payable December 1 1st t 1 19O to tostO tostockholders
stockholders of record November 90th 8th th 1905Huss 1905 1905Hooks 1100Homs
stO Hooks < for the transfer lrans1 r of stock will be beekjwd bed ber
r ekjwd d from November 30th 0th th 130K 1 to De Derembet DeCelbber Dee
e rembet R bet 1st 1306 19 both dates inclusiveJAS Inclusive InclusiveJASB InclusiveJAS
JASB JAS B LACKEY Secretory SecretoryEDfVJOKD scretuyDM SecretaryEDMOND
EDfVJOKD DM ND O PIGEON D D S STEETH STEETTI SrEEl11
TEETH WITHOUT PLATES PLATESCareer PLTEScer PLATESCraer
Career D and Tth th at atHoliday aU aU1boDe
1boDe 1AoaelQlidaAnneuncment DMain 11ai Main tHU tHUHoliday HQ HQr HQ1Aoae
Holiday r lQlidaAnneuncment lQlidaAnneuncmentbooklets Announcment Announcmentbooklets AnnouncmentbookJets
booklets folders cards c cprinted cprinted cmost
printed printedt d in most attractive style styleat styleat
at atlowest lowest prices Estimates and anddesigns anddcsi anddesigns
t designs dcsi 1S furnished furnishedGeoE furnishedGeo furnishedGeo
GeoE Geo E Howard 714 12tji 12h 1Z St StPRINTER StlW StPiii
PRINTER lW ran ENGKAVER BNGRA YER AND BOOKBI BOOKBINDER D DLR It
SPECIAL NOTICES NOTICESj NOTICESSTOCKHOLDERS NOTICES1STOCKHOLDERS
j STOCKHOLDERS MEETING THEregular THE THEregular THErflIlar
regular annual meeting of the stock
bolif holders of tn the International Ventilator Ventilatoroclock YentilRtor8J1 Ventilatorand
8J1 and Deflector > eRector Company will m be h held ld at
the Metropolitan Hotel Washington D
C on MONDAY December 17 1 1906 at 18 18oclock 18oclock
oclock a m C A WITHERS WITHERSSecretary WITHERSretary WIHERSSecretary
Secretary SecretaryWindow SecretaryWindow retary retaryWindow
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HEARSTP HEARSTPAID AID FIDDLER iSl
FIDDLERi i i I
Spent Sl > ellt Over Two Hundred HundredThousand HUll lliiiulredThousami < lre11 lre11Thousand
Thousand Dollars I IFILES
FILES ILES S EXPENSIVE SCHEDULE SCHEDULEtcport SCHEDULEI SCHEDULEnort SCHEDULEReport
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Report nort to Secretary of State Ac Accounts Accounts ¬
counts for 2oJi7O22 2 637O2 < 370 lint Docs Xot XotInclude NotInclude
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Include All n Cost of Campaign CnmpnlgmVoteH CnmpnlgnVoteK CampaignVotes
Votes Were SO If Cents EncllUnghcH EachHughesOnly Each HnghcH HnghcHOnly I IOnly
Only Spent the Sam of l UlSi tfi1SGNew UlSiNew lSn5 lSn5New
New York Nov N 16 1Somothlng Something of a ansation R1rolUatJon asensation
sensation nsation was caused here today when whent whenIt whenIt
It t was announced that W V R Hearst who whovas whowas whowas
was vas th the candidate for governor on the the3ehiocratlc theD theD
D 3ehiocratlc ocratlc and Independence League Leaguetickets Lc Leaguetickets gue guetickets
tickets In the recent campaign had filed filedrlth tiledwith Jed I Iwith
with the secretary of state at Albany a atatement astatel1Hnt astatement
statement showing sho lng he had spent the sum sumf sumof J Jof
of > f 25 5 S7022 3 O in his efforts to win the electton elec eleclon eleclion
lion lon Not since the law requiring cnndl candidates cnndllates canldates
dates for public office to file a list of ofheir orthtlr oftheir
heir expenses went wen Into effect a number numberyears numberof
of > years ago loss any anyone one seeking the fa faror favor
vor ror 01 of the voters admitted the spending spendingif
or if oneeighth on elgbth of that sum for election electionpurposes eJectionpurpoeea electionpurposes
purposes The sum in magnitude 1nanltude is far farand farand farand
and away greater than any others recorded re recorded recorded ¬
corded in the book books of the State for that thatparticular thatparticular thatparticular
particular purposeOf purpose purposeOf purpcJMOf
Of th the amount am WIt expended Mr Hearst Hearstreported Hearstreported Hearstreported
reported to the secretary of state that he hehad hehad hehad
had given Siv to John G Follansbee the thetreasurer th thtreasurer thetreasurer
treasurer of th the Independence League LeagueU9SS7022
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U9SS7022 UllSSU and to William J Connerschairman Conners Connerschairman Connerschairman
chairman of the Democratic State com committee committee committee ¬
mittee JS70W 57 The balance of rOiOO 300 he hespent hespent hespent
spent for traveling expenses expensesDoes eXpeftSMDOCK expensesDoes
Does Not Include All AllAs AltAs AUAs
As large as this sum may appear to be befor btfor befor
for one man to spend on an attempt to togain toIn togain
gain In an office which pays a salary of of1o000
10000 a year for two years rs the total as asreported asreported asreported
reported to the secretary does not beginto begin beginto bs1nto
to compare with ith the actual amount that thatHearst thatHearst thatHearst
Hearst spent in his light to be governor governorof
of New York In th Ute first place the total totaldoes totaldoes I
does not in any way Include the prelim preliminary preUmloary preliminary ¬
inary fight he made to get the nomina nomination nomination nomination ¬
tion and the law does not require that thatsuch thatsuch thatsuch
such expenses should be included includedImmediately IncludedImmediately IncludedImmediately
Immediately after he was declared de defeated defeated defeated ¬
feated for mayor last fall he 10 beganthrough began beganLhtouffh beganthrough
through his managers the organization organizationof
of the Independence League LcaU An organiza organization organization organization ¬
tion was formed in every eve county in the theState theState theState
State and in every assembly district in inGreater InGreater inGreater
Greater New York YorkAnother YorkAnotbEor YorkAnother
Another great source of expense was wasthe wasthe wasthe
the obtaining of the necessary signatures signaturesto
to petitions for the nomination of gover governor governor governor ¬
nor and lieutenant governor on the Inde Independence Iodependen Independence ¬
penden pendence League State ticket ticketVote ticketoteH ticketVotes
Vote oteH Cost 3O Cents Each EachSuch EachSuch EachSuch
Such a petition with 1l1t the sworn signatures signa signatures 8lgnatures ¬
tures of th the necessary number of voters votershad oters otershad otenhad
had to be secured in every on one of the six sixtyone sixtyone sixtyone ¬
tyone counties Nor does this thl statement statementinclude statementinclude statementinclude
include the enormous cost co t of distributing distributingfree di8tribuUngtree distributingfree
free of charge cba Mr II Hearsts newspapers newspapersof
of which hick millions mlWo of copies were given givenaway Xivenaway givenaway
away during durt the campaign The official officialfigures o officialIlgures laI laIft
figures ft ur of the number numb r of votes cast for forMr torMr forMr
Mr Hearst have not yet been tabulated tabulatedand tabulatedand tabulatedand
and the cost co t per vote to him caB not yet yetbe 7Ctbe yetbe
be estimated with 1th any degree of ac accuracy accuracy accuracy ¬
curacy but from what is known in Ixeneral a ageneral ageneral
general eneral way his actual expense upe will wfHequal willequal willequal
equal at least ft cents for every eT < < 7 rote he hereceived bereceived hereceived
received
What hnt Hughes Spent SpentThe SpentThe SpentThe
The total totJ1 exoonw atf3p se Iacttrr incurred ediy Hr ClMtttes ClMtttesE
E Hughes n tii the gevenioreiact was wssrIM856 v vii wasslug
slug ii made made m tap of these items fteu Traveling Travel Traveling TnweIIng ¬
ing expenses 3MS4I HL3 telegrams > aJi aJipostage t jff jffpostage Zpostage
postage li4 stenographers SitUM SitUMprivate t11J0 t11J0private n nprivate
private secretaries S37SSK S37SSKLieut saaSLleut Zi96Lieut
Lieut Gov X Linn Bruce limited hispersonal his hispersonal dtI dtIpersonal
personal election expenses expeJUI II to SjSiT SjSiTPeter 31i 31iPeter li liPetfr
Peter A Porter who 110 defeated James JamesW JamesW JamesW
W Wadsworth for Congressman COD n in the theThirtyfourth theThirtyfourth theThirtyfourth
Thirtyfourth district certifies to the thesecretary thesecretary thesecretary
secretary of state that tha t he spent spentincluding as asIncludln td15including
including Includln 1175 for postage and envel envelopes envelopes envelopes ¬
opes opesMr opesMr opesMr
Mr Wadsworth spent JS UIII W of which bleb
234 34 went ent for stationery stamps and andprinting aacIprlntinf andprinting
prlntinfJudge printingJudge printing printingJudge
Judge Rosafeky Ro ahdc7 and Charles L Guy GuyDemocratic GV GVDemocratic GuyDemocratic
Democratic candidates for Supreme SupremeCourt S SCourt SupremeCourt
Court justices declare tare the election did didnot didnot didnot
not cost them them a cent centJustice centJustice centJustice
Justice Edward S Clinch spent Uill UillLuke M MLuke HI HILuke
Luke D Stapleton Democratic candi candidate CIUIdidate candidate ¬
date for Supreme Court justice ju tlee in the theSecond theOnd theSecond
Second Ond district spent 1015 1015SENATOR 1015SENATOR 1015SENATOR
SENATOR PLATT NOT TO QUIT aUITPositively QUITPOHlthcl QUITPositively
Positively POHlthcl Denies that He Intend to toGive toGhc toGive
Give Up Scat ScatNew SentNew ScatNew
New York Nov lSormtor tf Senator Platt was wmsit wasnt wasat
nt it his office o lce as usual u ualtoday today but was 8 m mccesslble ID IDaccealble Inaccessible
accessible to interviewers When a story storyregarding JJtoryregardlJlg storyregarding
regarding his resignation resi tlon was 1 wag sent in to tohim to111m tohim
him the reply came back backSenator bAekSenator backSenator
Senator Platt has no intention of re resigning restgnlnt resigning ¬
signing He intends jn 1Ids to nil out his full fullterm rullterm fullterm
term termOne termOne termOne
One of Senator Platts closest political politicalfriends poUtlcRlfrt politicalfriends
friends frt nds said today that the Senator has hasnever hasnever hasnever
never mentioned the Idea Jd of resigning resigningIn restgnl restgnlIn
In fact those who know him and his htetraits histraits histraits
traits have no JI idea that he will resign resignAny resignAn resignAny
Any An one who knows Senator Platt and andknows aDdknows andknows
knows how tenacious lie is Iso said one of ofthese oCtheae ofthese
these friends knows that these stories storieswill storieswill rles rleswill
will have no effect on him himAlthough himAlthough n nAlthough
Although the possibility of a n movement movementamong movementamon movementamong
amon among the Republican Republl an leaders to get the thoSenator theSenator theSenator
Senator to resign has been mentioned one oneof oneof oneof
of the leading spirits in the Republican Republicanorganization Republk Republicanorganization > tin tinorganization
organization said today that no such suchmovement suchmovement suchmovement
movement had been started and he hethought bethought hethought
thought it most unlikely that any would wouldbe wouidbe wouldbe
be started startedSEEK startedSEEK startedSEEK
SEEK BURTONS SCALP SCALPConvention SCALPConentloll SCALPConvenlIou
Convention Cheers Attack on Chair Chairman Chairman halr halrlunn ¬
man of Harbor Committee CommitteeSt
St Louis Mo Nov 16 16Tho The removal of ofCongressman ofCon ofCongressman
Congressman Con Tessman Theodore Burton of Cleve Cleveland Cleeland Cleveland ¬
land from his poet as chairman of the theHouse thelfo theIjogse
House lfo Committee on Rivers and n d Harbors Harborswas Halbo Halbowas Harborswas
was warmly urged lrg at the session of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the LakestoGulf Lake toGulf1aterway Waterway convention conventionhere conventiontere conventiontere
tere today todayI
I esteem Congressman Congres man Burton highly highlysaltl hhhl hhhlsakI highlysaki
sakI Congressman Champ Clark voicing voicingthe voicingthe oleingthe
the popular sentiment but he is against againstimprovement againstimprovem againstimprovement
improvement improvem mt of the Mississippi 1IlS Mississippi fssippi Valley Valleywaterway Valleywterwa Valleywaterway
waterway wterwa Your ftcsttbu8iness flrst busfness is to force forcehim fon fonhim forcehim
him from the Rivers and Harbors HarborsCcm HarborsCcmmlttee Com Commlttee Cem Cemmittee
mlttee and to substitute a Mississippi MississippiValley MississippiValle MississippiValley
Valley Valle man manNo manNo manNo
No formal action was taken against againstCongressman a againstCongressman ainst ainstCongreSStnan
Congressman Burton but the cheers with withwhich withwhl withwhich
which whl h Congressman Clarks speech speech was wasreceived wasrKelved wasreceived
received were significant of the conven conventions cOllvmUons conventions ¬
tions views Resolutions will probably be bepassed bePils bepassed
passed Pils ed in line tne with his hlssuggesUons suggestions before beforethe befofthe beforethe
the end of the convention conventionFor conventiontor conventionFor
For tor Uniform Divorce Lavr LavrPhiladelphia LnTPhiladelphia Las LasPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Pa Nov No 16 16Earnest Earnest arnest ef efforts efforts efforts ¬
forts will be made lfy By the National Di Divorce DIvorce Divorce ¬
vorce Congress to get the support of Pres President PresIdent President ¬
ident Roosevelt the United States Con Congrass CongrOSli eongross
grass and the governors of every State Stateaad StmeaDd Stateand
aDd Territory TerrItof in the Union for the pro proposed proposed proposed ¬
posed uniform divorce statute which has hasJust hasjust hasjust
Just been adopted at the sessions of the thofirstnamed thBfirstnamed thefirstnamed
firstnamed body here hereHerald hereI1ernlcl hereHerald
Herald Want Von t tads Adawill A1Rwilt tadswill
will bo received at t Atkfnsons Pharmacy Pharmacyllth Pharmacy11th Pharmacy11th
11th and G sts nw and nd promptly for forwarded forwarded forwarded ¬
warded to the main office officef officeL
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= = Government Supervision SupervutonL L Z e c Government Supervision Supervisiontreet Superv Su Pervuron ion ioni = =
i L TheUnionSdvingsBank The Union Savings Bank 1
714 Fourteenth Street treet N a W WOFFICERS WOFFIC WeOFFICERS
= = OFFICERS OFFICERSE OFFIC RS Capital and an Surplus 142500 142500Deposits 142500E s sE
E QUINCY SMITH President PresidentA Deposits 1200000 1200000Belonging 1200000A
= = A M LOTHRQP Vice President PresidentGEO Belonging to Over 10000 People PeopleTotal PeopleGEO PeopleCEO =
= GEO O WALSON WP LSON T Treasurer TreasurerJNO Tre r e surer aoyezJN0 ft = =
= JNO B SLEMAN Jr Secretary SecretaryJACKSON Total T 0 t 8 8sse 1 i Assets A sse t s gJJ gJJJACKSON 1349000 1349000Fifteen 1349000JACKSON 349 000 = =
= = H RALSTON = =
JACKSON Attorney AttorneyI
I G KIMBALL Auditor AuditorDIRECTORS Fifteen Ff 1 teen Years Y ears careful conservative management has gained for forthis forDIRECTORS forDIRECTORS
= this institution instit lnstltut tion on theendeavor the confidence of the public and we shall steadfastly steadfastlyendeavor steadfastlyendeavor
DIRECTORS DIRECTORSGeo
= endeavor to maintain it itGovernment itGeo itGeo
= Geo H Harries TheoW Theo W Noyes NoyesI e eI =
I G Kimball KimbaliWro Kim ntl Jno B Sleman jr jrE Government Supervision u uWm Pervasaori provide an additional safeguard to tothe toVim
= Vim B King KingA E N Waters WatersSW Waterse the t h e depositor d eposltor This Th IS bank b an k is 15 examined examine d by b y National N atlona 1 Bank B an k Examiners E xamlners and andrenders an anM andM d = = =
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M M Moffitt E Quincy Smith SmithJ renders reports of its condition to the Comptroller of the Currency the thesame theJ
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= For the a convenience convenience of o the people of o Anacostia nacostia Twining Hillsdale i s a e Good o0 Hope Congress CongressHeights CongressHeights EE EEHeights
= Heights St tit Elizabeth and an the teadjoining adjoining counties of o Maryland we have established establishedMAURICE establishedThe establishedLi
Li The Anacosti Bank BankBranch
Branch ofte of the Union Saving Bank at a 119 Monroe St Anacostia naCOS la MAURICEOTTERBACK MAURICE OTTER OTTERBACK BACK Manager ManagerEvery MansgerEvery S3 S3Every =
= Every facility and an banking in convenience convenience is is extended and an our new building is is equipped with withmodern withw withmodern 3 3modern
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= modern fire re an and burglarproof vaults 100 opens a savings account accountand and active active accountsare accounts accountsare E Eare
= are also so solicited Banking hours hours at Anacostia acostia branch 9 a m to 4 p m daily Satur Saturdays Saturdays Saturdays ¬ =
= days 830 to 12 a m an and 6 to 8 p m Open Pen on Navy Yard and an St t Elizabeth paydays paydaysuntil paydaysuntil paydaysuntil o =
until 6 p m Electric light bills can cane be paid at the Anacostia nacostia Bank BankThe =
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NABUCO IS NOT OT OFFENDED OFFENDEDBrazilian OFFENDEDBrazilian OFFBDEDBrazilian
Brazilian Minister and Root Discuss DiscussHew DiscussNew DiscussNew
New York Incident IncidentsiHinlKflloncr IncidentOIUJJI IncidentCsntntlsatnner
siHinlKflloncr OIUJJI IIloncr VVntcliorn Conies to toWashington tonblngtontp to toWashington
Washington nblngtontp 4o to Report on Bffofta Utlortsto Bffoftato Bftortto
to Have Diplomat Answer AnKvrerAnon AnllwerOle AnswerAmoatg
Amoatg Anon the t e early r17 callers upon Sensor ScnborJoMt SeAherJOII4 SensorJoaquin
JoMt Joaquin ta Nuboco BruHten Bnst Ambassador Ambassadorto
to UM Untt UDlte4 d States Stat who be refused r d to alt attsw altewer answat
sw ewer r several IteftIal questions q of the immigration immigrationofficiate immigrationo n noGIcIaJe
officiate o at t the port of Nsw N York Thursday Thurs Thursday TJau TJauday ¬
day was Secretary Boot who wished J bed to toexpress toexprCllli toexpress
express Ma It regret on Wbalf ebalf of the govern government government gOTcrnment ¬
ment at what had happened happenedMr happenedMr happenedMr
Mr Roots Root visit t was also said to be bepurely bepurely bepurely
purely a matter oX form and to welcome welcomethe welcomethe welcomethe
the Ambassador Ambu 40r to Washington after a avisit 8visit avisit
visit to his h native land landDoc 1aJMIDOCH landDoes
Doc Does Not ot Take Matter Seriously SeriouslySmiling Serloutl SerloutlSmutnc SeriouslySmiling
Smiling and good humoredly referring referringto referrl referrlto
to the Incident with the immigration rep representative represeatad represeatatives ¬
resentative reseatad as nothing more than a Joke JokeSennor jokeSenhor jokeSoaker
Soaker Nabuco received his friends and andacquaintances andacquaintances andacquaintances
acquaintances during the day He was wasnot WMnot wasnot
not in the least Inclined to treat the mat matter matter matter ¬
ter seriously and assured Secretary Rootof Root Hootof Rootof
of this fact He said the incident and all allthe aUtbe altthe
the particulars had been greatly exag exaggerated ctaggerated exaggerated ¬
gerated The Ambassador and th the Secre Secretary Secretary Secretary ¬
tary discussed the New York affair very verybriefly verybrletll verybriefly
briefly and then tl en passed aUeCl on to matters of ofmore otI ofmore
I more importance importanceImmigration 118fOltanceIm ImportanceImmigration
Immigration Im ratlon Commissioner Comml r Watchers Watchornof VRlebornof
of New Ne1 York was in the city yesterdayand yesterday yesterdayand e terda terdaand
and conferred with Acting Secretary Mur Murray 1lurray Murray ¬
ray of the Department De rtment of Commerce and andLabor andLabor andLabor
Labor making his report on the matter in inconnection ineonnectJon inconnection
connection with the Questions which were wereasked wereasked ere ereasked
asked the Brazilian Ambassador and the theincidents theIncldenm theincidents
incidents which led us u = to the affair Ac According AecordiD According ¬
cording cordiD < < to the commissioner ninissoner the Ambassa Ambassador AmbRssador Ambassador ¬
dor simply refused to comply OCtmpy with the rer rerquest re requat request
quest of the ships WJr va lwrser r in fillies out a alist alist a alist
list of Questions cuesUO 8 which were desired to tocomplete tocomplete tocomplete
complete the manifest manifestWhy ma1lfe manifestWhy t th
Why h Minister Refused RefusedSennor RefusedSenbor RefusedSensor
Sensor Nabucos version of the occur occurrence occurreoe occurrence ¬
rence reoe is to the effect that when the printed printedform prlntdfonn printedform
form was brought brou ht to him on board the theBaltic theDame theBaltic
Baltic to nil out and sign hesnid be could couldnot couldnot couldnot
not do it in his capacity of a foreign rep representative repre representative ¬
resentative re entathe to the United States He was wasready wasready tis tisready
ready to give all information Inform tJon in his power powerfor powerfor powerfor
for the making up of the statistical tablesof tables tablesof tablesof
of th the harbor but could not as a foreign foreignminister foreignmlnl5ter foreignminister
minister sign a document binding him to tothe tothe tothe
the penalties of the local l0C9llaw law in case any anyof anyof anyof
of his ht declarations be found untrue untrueHe untrueHe untrueHe
He had already presented his credentials credentialsto
to President Roosevelt for him to have havefree havefree havefree
free entry again in the United States and andthought andthought andthought
thought this was sufficient He was most mostcordially mostcordially mostcordially
cordially treated by the immigration offi officer 01Ucer olfccr ¬
cer who spoke to him and attached at acbedn acbednImportance nb nbimportance nbimportance
importance to the incident h cident whatever whateverRioting whateerRioting whateverRioting
Rioting Continues at Singapore SingaporeSingapore SlnJaporeSlngtlPore SingaporeSingapore
Singapore Nov No M 1GRlotin Rioting is still rag ragIng ra ralng raging
Ing in Singapore stn pore Numerous gangs are aceon areon areon
on the outskirts of the city A Hindoo Hindoomerchant HlndooIMrch Hindoomerchant
merchant IMrch nt fired from his barricaded housetoday house housetoday housetoday
today into a Chinese mob killing klll1ngccolie a accolie aecolie
ccolie The military are prepared to as assist asstst assist ¬
sist the police if necessary necessaryThe neceswryThe necessaryThe
The governor vernor has issued a proclamation proclamationconferring proclomltfoncrnferrlng proclamationconferring
conferring special powers on the local localauthorities lOCAlauthorities localauthorities
authorities in their warfare against the therioters therioters therioters
riotersSTENOGRAPHERS rioters riotersSTENOGRAPHERS riotersSTENOGRAPHERS
STENOGRAPHERS STENOGRAPHERSFOUNTAIN STENOGRAPHERSFOUNTAIN STENOGRAPHERSFOUNTAIN
FOUNTAIN PENS PENSE PENSWE PENSE
E have h ve furnished Washingtons Washingtonsf Washingtonsleading
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f leading 1 e ad i n g stenographer and andcourt andcourt andcourt
court reporters to their entire satisfac satisfaction sdisfnction sathfaction ¬
tion Have you experienced any dif difficulty diFficulty difficulty ¬
ficulty in Bett3 getting what you want wantCome wMtCome wantCome
Come lie h or we will come to you youLarge youLarge youLarge
Large line to coose choose from Special Specialpoints Speci Specialpoints l lpoinb
points for bookkeepers Price range rangefrom rnn rangefrom e efrom
from 5250 250 to 8600 8600The S60DThe 6Ofl 6OflThe
The Law Reporter Printing Co Co51S
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GRANT HOME SOLD AT AUCTION AUCTIONOld AIIOTIOOld
Old Mansion at 3238 E Street Is IsKnocked IsKnocked IsKnocked
Knocked Down for X14750 X14750Southern 14750 14750Southern 14750Southern
Southern Educators I Parclianc Vlr VlrKTinia Ir lrglnla IrIlnlo
KTinia Propcrtand PropertjV and nndVlll Will Build Builda
a New Se Ladies Seminary SeminaryIn Scmlnnr ScmlnnrIn
In settlement of the estt estate of th Ute UteXrs hUMrs hU ladMss
Mrs Katte Joyce Jo the tomcataad ead at S3 ZBR III IIIR S3R
R street northwest known as the Grant GrantManskm OraatIa GrantMafsfon
Manskm Ia was sold at auction yesterday yesterdayafternoon yeetenlaalU yesterdayafternoon
alU afternoon IlOOlt by Thomas Dowltng auctioneer auctioneerThe auctioneerTbe auctioneerThe
The property on th u the high hill near the thehightervke thehhhHrvSce thehighservice
hightervke reservoir r comprising about aboutMOM aboutJIfOII
MOM square feet with an oldfashioned oldfashionedmansion oIdfaskJonedkm oldfashionedmansion
mansion km was sold to Eugene Eug ne A Byrnes Byrnesof Bme8of Byrnesof
of m ISIS F street northwest for JliTW JliTWThe H75tThe 17750The
The bidding started in at 16898 It and andwas a aWU andwas
was rapidly run up three persons bidding biddingThe blddtn blddtnl1at biddingThe
The price stuck at SUM 104 for some me time timewhen timewhen timewhen
when a IL fourth bidder bi der arrived Between Betweenhim Betweeablm Betweenbins
him and Mr II Byrnes the price gradually graduallyThe btdualJ1WIUI graduallywas
was noJaie4 noJaie4The I IThe
The house was a8 occupied alter the civil civilwar clvnwar civilwar
war by Gen G n U S Grant and IMl his family familyIt taml tamlIt
It was built more than Arty years ago agoby agoby
by b John Carter a Georgetown etcn n merchant merchantwho mereb merchantwho nt
who fcsed it as IS a home for many years yearsIt YMrsltS yearsIt
It was ltS purchased by Col John A Joyce Joyceabout Joyceabout Joyceabout
about twenty years ago 1lf and passed into intothe intothe
the possession of Mrs Joyce about five fiveyears AvelealS fiveyears
years lealS ago n The mansion man Ion has been occu occupied occupied occupied ¬
pied since the death of Mrs Joyce J olce by the theMisses theMleaea theMisses
Misses Libbey and Florence Joyce JoyceHenry JoyceHfltr JoyceHenry
Henry Hfltr A Pressey Pr y has sold the George GeorgeH G GH
H SaegmlHer property on the Virginia Virginiaside Vlr Virginiaside l lside
side of the Potomac about a bout three miles mitesabove milesboe milesabove
above boe the Aqueduct Bridge to Southern Southerners ¬
era Identified with educational work in inthat inthat Inthat
that section The Theslte site one of the most de desirable desirable desirable ¬
sirable In Fairfax County contains 215 215acres 211 211acres 4 4acres
acres and the price was C500iJ 13000The C500iJTbe 12SX 12SXThe
The new owners are the backers of one oneof oneof oneof
of the most celebrated ladles seminaries seminariesla
la the South and it is said to be their theirintention theirInteAUon theirintention
intention to establish a similar school schoolhere scltoolhecc schoolhere
here The estate Is slightly remote from fromWashington frO fromWashington 1 1Yasblngton
Washington but it is accessible to the thecity thecity thecity
city over the line of the Great Falls and andOid aadOld andOld
Old Dominion Electric Railroad and is isregarded 16regarded isregarded
regarded as an Ideal place for an insti institution institution institution ¬
tution of the character charact described describedIt d ribed ribedIt
It is understood that the mIU mansion OIt upon uponthe uponthe Oft Oftthe
the estate to will be remodeled during the thewinter thewlntr thewinter
winter month and one or more new newbuildings newbuildings newbuildings
buildings erected near it to serve as the thehome lhehome thehome
home of the proposed school which will willprobably willprobably willprobably
probably start next fall fallThe rwHThe failThe
The E J T Murphy Company CO pfany wholesale wholesaledealers w1tolesaledl wholesaledealers
dealers dl rs and retailers in paints and oils oilsnow oilsnow otisnow
now engaged in business at 11W G street streetnorthwest streetnorthwest streetnorthwest
northwest have purchased through Shan Shannon Shannon Shannon ¬
non Luchs a lot in Twelfth street streetnorth streetnorth treetnorth
north of G adjoining the building oc occupied occupted occupled ¬
cupied by b the Washington Savings Bonk BaMkThe nkThe BonkThe
The price is said to have 1m ve been beenLpon S2MQUpon S2MQ 25100Upon
Upon this lot Shannon Lnchs will willerect witterect willerect
erect a threestory thr stolJ brick store covering coveringthe eoverlngthe coveringthe
the entire lot which will be the future futwrehome futurehome futurehome
home of the th company Plans are being beingprepared beingprepared ng ngprcPftred
prepared and the intention Is to fit up a apaint npinl apaint
paint and oil store storeLOWTHEEMAY storeLOWTHER storeLOWTHERHAY
LOWTHEEMAY LOWTHER MAY BE AMBASSADOR AMBASSADORThought AMBASSADORThonJlt AMBASSADORThought
Thought He H Will Succeed cceed Dnrnnd DnrnndAlthough DurnncJA1thon DurandAlthough
A1thon Although h Married to American AmericanLondon AmerlcnnLondoo AmericanLondon
London Nov No 16 16Accordlng According to the Man Manchester Manchester Manchester ¬
chester Guardian Qirard Lowther formerly for formerly form ¬
merly m rl secretary of the British Embassy Embassyat
at a Washington and now Minister I1ni ter at Tan Tangier Tangler Tangier ¬
gier is regarded as the most probable probablesuccessor prob probablesuccessor bl blsuccessor
successor to Sir Mortimer Durand Brit British BritIsh British ¬
ish Ambassador to the United States StatesThe Stat StatesThe ea eaThe
The chief objection to him is that he Is Ismarried Ismarried ismarried
married to an American woman formerly formerlyAice fornerbA formerlyAice
Aice A lce Blight of Philadelphia One cf ofthe cfthe cfthe
the rules of the foreign office is not to toappoint toappoin toappoint
appoint an Ambassador to the country countr of ofwhich ofwblch ofwhich
which his wife Is a native This role was wasapplied wagapplied wasapplied
applied In a case not long ago At the t1eoomc thesame
1 same time soys the Guardian there is isless Isless isless
less necessity necoceit to apply It in the caso cab of ofWashington ofVashington ofWashington
Washington than in the the a case say of St StPoteraburg S1Petersburg StPetersburg
Petersburg
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PICTURE THIEF IN 1 CUSTODY CUSTODYIndicted CUSTODYIndioted CUSTODYIndicted
Indicted in Washington but De Defaulted Defaulted Defaulted ¬
faulted His Bond Bond3Iny BondMay Bondrn
May rn Aorr 01T o Disclose the Location of ofPortraits ofl ofPortraits
Portraits l of Presidents Secured Securedfrom Securedfrom Securedfrom
from Sew York Artist ArtintTh ArtistThe rUt rUtThe
Th The arrest of WilHara J Wilson in inPhiladelphia inPhtladelphia inPhiladelphia
Philadelphia yesterday e terday is likely to throw throwsorna throwsome
some 3 ma light on the theft of four oil paint paintings paintIftgt paintbig ¬
ings big which were obtained by the the prisoner prisonerfrom prisonerfroM prisonerfrom
from William B Murphy iUrpft a New York Yorkarxtet YGrkartlat Yorkartist
artlat11t1oft artistWilson artist arxtetWilson
Wilson 11t1oft refinedlooking with an ap apparent apparent apparent ¬
parent knowledge of art visited Murphys Murphysstudio lurphysstudio Murphysstudio
studio last yeapand yeas ea and represented represent himself himselfas hims himselfas lf lfas
as a member of the American HistoricalSociety Historical HistoricalSociety HistoricalSocIety
Society of Washington ordered four por portraits portra1 portraits ¬
traits tra1 He sold it was v a the Intention of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the organization to place these pictures pictureswhich picturesvilich pictureswhich
which were to be portraits of Washing Washington Washington Washington ¬
ton Jefferson McKinley lcKinle and Roosevelt Rooseveltin
in the old Calvert mansion in Prince PrinceGeorge PrinceGeorge PrinceGeorge
George County Count near Riverdale They Theywere Theywere Theywere
were to be finished at a cost of 2000 2000each 800 800each 000each
each and sent to Wilson in this city cityArtist cit citArHat cityArtist
Artist Murphy gave his best efforts to tothe tothe tothe
the execution of the contract and in due duetime duetime duethus
time it is alleged sent the pictures to toWilson toWilson toWilson
Wilson from whom he has since had no noword noword noword
word Wilson was indicted by the grand grandjury grandjur grandjury
jury jur in this city but jumped his bail bailand banand bailand
and for the past month has succeeded in ineluding ineluding
eluding the police No trace of the pic pictures pictures ¬
tures has been found although it is ex expected etpeeted expected ¬
pected that Wilson will make known their theirlocation theirlocation theirlocation
location when he is brought to Washing Washington Washington Yashlngton ¬
ton Detective Horne left last night to toconvey toconey toconvey
convey the prisoner I1rl oner to the District jail jailCOMMENCE jRl1COMMERCE jailCOMMERCE
COMMERCE BOARD GOES WEST WESTProblnR WESTProlJlnJ WESTProbing
Probing Charges Against E H Ilnr Ilnrrlmans IInrrhnans Ilarrimans
rlmans Railroads RailroadsMembers UnUrondsMembers ItnlirondsMembers
Members of the Interstate Commerce CommerceCommission CommerceCommis CommerceCommission
Commis Commission ion will be busy bus in the West rest next nextweek nextweek nextweek
week weekCommissioner weekCommissioner weekCommissioner
Commissioner Clark departed last night nightfor nightfor nightfor
for Denver and Salt Lake City CIl where whereunder whereullder whereunder
under the TillmanGillesple resolution resolutionh
h he will inquire into discriminations of ofthe orthe ofthe
the railroads In favor of their own coal coalmines coalmines coalmines
minesCommissioners mines minesCommissioners minesCommissioners
Commissioners Clark and Prouty will willgo wiltgo 1Jl 1Jlgo
go to Milwaukee Minneapolis and Du Dulitth Duluth Duluth
luth where here on Tuesday Tuesda Wednesday WednesdayThursday WednesdayThursday VednesdayThursda
Thursday Thursda and Friday under the La B Fol Foli Follette Follette
i lette tt resolution they the will 11I investigatethe Investigate Investigatethe InvestigBtthe
the general question of discriminations discriminationsby dlscrimlnatlonby
by railroads in favor of the grain elevator elevatorcompanies eleatoreomptinles elevatorcompanies
companies as against the independent independentgrain Independentgrain independentgrain
grain shippers shippersBoth sHippersBoth shippersBoth
Both of o thes those inquiries will 111 Involve lines linosin IInMIn linesdo
in which E H Harriman is intorested intorestedand Intorestedand Interestedand
and may ma lead le d to a more extensive Investi Investigation investlptlon investigalon ¬
gation as It is believed information will willbe willbe willbe
be obtained which will 111 be Just what the thecommission thtcommission thecommission
commission wants wantsesro wuntsXero wantsNero
Nero esro Carried to Scaffold ScaffoldMIltedgevIHe ScnffoldMlUedgeville ScaffoldMiiledgeviiie
MIltedgevIHe Ga Nov No 16 1fiFor For two twohours twohours twohours
hours and a half today toda the sheriff and andhis andIris andhis
his deputies struggled with Mims Dever Deveraux Dcernux Deveraux
aux the negro who refused to give him himself himself hintself ¬
self up to be hanged at noon according accordingto accordinggto
to sentence 3eutt > nce It was not until 2M iiO ocloOK ocloiithat ocloOKthat ocl R Rthat
that the negro was fts bound with rope rope car carried tnrtied cariled ¬
tied to the scaffold and hanged hangedThree hangedTrec hangedThree
Three Killed in Buggy BuggyWeatherford nnggWeftthCrCord BuggyWeatherford
Weatherford Tex Nov No 16 16A A Texas Texasand Texasand Texasand
and Pacific train struck a buggy in in which whichwere whlcbwere whichwere
were J W V Clowtr Clow r a farmer his wife wifeand wifeand wifeand
and child at the Fort Worth orth street cross crossIng croSIng crossing
Ing killing them all allPHONE allOKALON allWOiALON
WOiALON WOiALONPHONE OKALON OKALONPHONE
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