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4 THE WASHINGTON HERALD FRIDAY NOVEMBER 23 1906
LAUGH LAUllTO TO AID WIDOW IIDOIAmateui WIDOWAnlateUl WIDWAmatelu
Amateui Comedians to Give GiveBenefit GiveBenefit GiveBenefit
Benefit to Heros Family FamilyENTIRE Fal1ulJENTIRE FamilyENTIItE
ENTIRE TOWN HELPS IN PLAN PLANAlexandria PLANAl PLA1Alexnnilrla
Alexandria Al < xnnclrln Policemen PoUC D1Cll Sell Tickets Ticketsfor Tlcetfor Ticketsfor
for Performance the Proceeds of ofWhich oflllch ofWhich
Which lllch Will VIII Go to Mrs JlrsCbarlc Charles T TSmith TSmithCast PSmtthCat
Smith SmithCast Cast Selected front Among AnionffTalented AmongTal niOI1 niOI1Talented
Talented Tal < nted Uistrionians of Suburb SuburbWASHINGTON SuburbWAJ5HI SuburbWAMiIYGTON
WASHINGTON WAJ5HI GTIX HBKALD BUBBAU BUBBAUItcB BURAUBell HURLUIWU
Bell fMe iKMW 10 10Corner 111Cc 113Crner
Corner Cc rWr > of Iri 1 t awl aDIIltoJal aDIIltoJalAIetandria 1g Rojal 9tmts 9tmtsAlexandria Ut UtMeandr1s
Alexandria Va Nov a 2The The commit comniitte
te e3 hflving in charge the play to be given givenat giveRat
at the opera house on Deeewber 4 for forthe fOrthe fflrthe
the benefit of the wife and andcb children klr8ft of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the late Policeman Charles T Smith who whoras whoas who1as
ras as killed by a negro o redating arrest arrestnet arrest arrestT1et arrestret
net tonight at the Hotel Pleteofcimum Pleteofcimumard FlelscllmauarJ IPIeIOOiIme11ard
ard perfected > rected arrangement nltfor foe the p per perfonnance perITmance r rformance
formance formanceThe fonnanceThe ITmanceThe
The play to be given is I a eemadr caflt comed in inthree Int Inthree
three t 1rC t acts a et ts entitled the uS Shewniftn8 Shewniftn8Ward Owr isOwiftns isOwiftnsWard MS MSnrd
Ward nrd and an4 will ill b begtveft given under tile dl direction dlr dlrtioi ¬
rection r tloa of Jf I D MQtfer MOIffl by Y the th L L70eu1J1 L70eu1J1IJramatc Lyoewnliramatic oaum oaumDramatic
Dramatic Club A Htrge number of tick tfckts ttckfts tickots
fts ots ts havo already been dtepcwed tlIsJOle < eC f and andthe andthe andt
the t he committee hopes to reaUze a sub substantial subtit subbrtja1 ¬
stantial tit 1t1al sum from the performance performancelle
lle 11 ie e opera o house has been donated by byJ byJ
J 1 M HiL By a a unanimous vat vote Qt6 of the thet tM1Otrd theI
t 1Otrd card rd of f police commissioners the police policevffve MalIcew
vffve w I given permission to sell seI tickets for fortlit fortll forUt
tlit tll Ut fund fundTin CundTIll fundflii
Tin flii cast is as a follows Junlfts Brutus BrutusPlimmlns BrutusPlimmnR BrutusPhinmins
Plimmlns a prairie tragedian Martin K KGreen EGret E EGreer
Green Gret > n Hans Dinkelberger a speculator speculatorCarl JllHCulatorCarl speculatorCon
Carl A Ruthmund Fritz Dinkelberger Dinkelbergerbrofher DlDkel Dlnkelbergerbrother rg r rbrorher
brother of Hans Hans H He FleJschmann Johnny JohnnyJoy JohnnyJOY JohnnyJoy
Joy comedian of Piimmins Pllmml 1ii ailstar com comedy comdr corne1 ¬
edy e1 aggregation John F Lucas Ripley Ripteyoidengay Ripleynld Ripley1dngay
oidengay nld > tJgay Pattys wicked uncle E E E ELinden E EBirr EBirrul
Birr Birrul H Pro Props the verx very toughest H HLinden HLinden
Linden Wheatley Prof OBrian 0 Brian proprie proprietor proprletJr proprietr ¬
tor of a female seminary R C Green GreenI GreenPJbhfeC
I PJbhfeC > oblcfee James W W Petty PeU Patty Wiltis Wiltis1iimmins WflJtlmmlns WIIliIflmnilns
1iimmins ward Mrs 4rs A D Monitor Montletilu Montletilulana Ju Juliana Juiina ¬
liana iina De Light Pihnmin leadJn leadUvf kdy kdy1iss lady ladyliss JIlCIY JIlCIYlis
liss lis Ida Br Ern > en Obrkm the th professors professors5ifer professorier professorster
5ifer ier ter Miss 3iarl Marie Fannon Dora Dora of the the1limmins tbeimmins theiimmins
1limmins immins troupe Miss Annie Moore ilcorejAmj looeAmj MooreAmy
Amj a sclHK s htJoI > l girl Miss Katherine Bir Birreii Birr Birro1
reii r stJiool girls Misses Jsses I Montier Helen HelenPatterson HelenPlttelSOn HelenPitterson
Patterson H Nugent N t U J L Moore MooreCh1unce M Mnirtuncey MhunccY
Ch1unce nirtuncey and Caroline West show ho girls girlsin KirtsInd gfr1 gfr1nd
in Ind nd < uctors Misses M L Nugent nt1 > L L Moore MooreKliz3h MooreEliza MrnseEiizatxtn
Kliz3h Eliza Eiizatxtn htn < tn McArtor ieAi tor A Moore 00Th and andH X XH Messrs MessrsH
H A AclCock < icock James J Patterron and andIIwn Thomas ThomasIkwnoy ThosesaI
Ikwnoy IkwnoyWorltliipr IIwn IIwnVortlu I kwne kwneWorkizig
Worltliipr Vortlu on New c r liiffhtliiR System SystemThe SystemThe SystemT1it
The Alexandria Electric Works is now nowbusy ROWblsy nowy
busy y in making mak arrangements ar ements for fvrnlam fvrnlamIng hlrnl8lting fvrnt b bg
Ing g the city with electricity for both bothlighting botbLghting bothI
lighting I g it ing and heating purposes It will willtso willz
z tso 1 o i furnish electricity to be need for run running rvnling runIr ¬
ling Ir machinery and other otherINrplIUI purposes The TheKimpany TIMlllmpany Th ThI
Kimpany I mpany expects to begin the work of oft
t reeling poles and stretching stretchl wires some sometime 80IIIetlme sornetime
time next week weekMiss weekliss weekMiss
Miss Carrie V Perry nine nln years ars old oiddaughter oldaughter olddaughter
daughter of ofJ JafeMtt C and AHiite Ms C CPerry CPerry CPerry
Perry died yesterday yeste a7 afternoon aft at her herparents hertrnts herpirnts
parents trnts horn bome horns fig South outb tJlPatrldt Patrick street streeti StreetIf
i If f diptheria diptheriaThe dipthfMaThe diptheriaThe
The work of laying Ia a vitrified brick brickroadway brickr bdckroadway
roadway r adway on Fairfax street between bet1Neftln Kingnd King Kingand
and ln nd CameroA streets is progressing procrealnsrapldlr progressingrpldly progressingrapidly
rapidly and it is expected that the work workwill WOI1twi workvii1
wi will 11 be completed early rly next week The Thepaving TheI Thetvg
paving I tvg ng of Prince street between Union Unionstreet Ualongtrpt Unionstrpt
street and an the t th strand rand Is 1 also being vigor vigorously vtgoruu vigoruuiy ¬
ously uu T pushed push to completion completionWilliam coarpIetIonWilliam conipletionWilliam
William Fitzgerald d Head three months monthsold JDCI ntluld
old ld d son on of Harry Hri y tend died Id 1ft t W Wparents bit bitarents IsiSparents
parents arents home aoa hoi MM Duke lY ke street stNet last lastng even evenWIEES fWD
m ng
mWIFES
WIFES TEARS SAVE FARM FAUKHnslmndH FARMI1uslmnc1H FARMflusbandg
HnslmndH Sale at a Profit of 11000 11000Blocked l1OOODlockcd 11OOOBlocked
Blocked by Pleadings PleadingsS
S < < vwl i t ti The WuUnetoit Homld HomldWinchester H HernIdWinchester L
Winchester Va Nov 22 2Hhi His wifestfars wifestirs
tfars cost Clay Carr Ca rr Uooo ll0 Recently Mr MrCarr MrCarr
Carr sold ol1 Huntington farm farm the former formerhome fonnerhome formerhome
home of the Harrwotu for OBOM to toHenry toHfnn toHnrc
Henry P Mitchell a wealtlry resident of ofKovicbridge oflokbr1dge
Kovicbridge County Huntington cost costCan costCarr
Carr 9000 JOO a a few years ago and the the sale salevas aleW salevas
W vas it S considered one of the best ever made madein madeill
in Clarke County CountyWhen Countyhen
When hen Mrs Carr wac u informed of the thesale theai theraifl
sale ai there was a Hood of tears Mrs ra Carrj Carr Carrdid Carrdii
did not want ant to leave the home she loved lovedso IQvulso bwcdso
so wtll w II Her husband entreated and Mr MrlUitchell Mrlikhf1l MrWtheIl
lUitchell was U obdurate but all to no avail availMr availMr availMr
Mr Can even went so far as to offer offerMitchell O offerMitchell er erlachell
Mitchell ti JH8 AZ oe to release reI him from the thebargain theITgain the1irgain
bargain ITgain but this was refused refusedFinally reu8edFinall refusedFinally
Finally Finall Mr Carr resorted to strategy strategylie strategylii Y YIll
lie invited Mr Mitchell to Huntington Huntingtonti ton tont
ti t dinner He accepted ed and when he hewalked healked hewalked
walked alked into the house he met Mrs Carr Carrand arr arrniid
and 8 nd her tearful daughters Mr r Mitchell Mitchellnas MltcbeUwas Mitchelltas
was human He declared the sale off 0 < and andyesterday andYsterday
yesterday the papers were torn up upriHPINOS upFILIFINOS upFUJPINOS
riHPINOS WANT TO GO HOME HOMESeamen ROMESlamen BOMESeamen
Seamen OH Army rm Transports Mar MarLay UnyLay Ioy IoyLay
Lay Case Ca e Before the President Prcsltleittspoml Prcltlcntpial Presidentperiai
spoml to The WwUnsUm Herald IlemldNewport HeraldXe1port ileruldNewport
Newport News Ne Va Nov 15 tForty tFortyFilipinoe Forty FortyFilipinos FortyFilipinoe
Filipinoe who came here on the army armytransports armytransports armytransports
transports from Manila as seamen amen have havebeen havelecn havebeen
been psid pt oflf and discharged cJt here beret and andnow andHOW andflow
now they are np in arms because they theycannot theyannot theycannot
cannot return to the Philippines They Theydeclare Theydeclare Theydeclare
declare they the will go to Washington and andpresent andTfSent andpresent
present TfSent their case 1UIe in n person to President PresidentRoosevelt PresidentHtostlt PresidentEonsevelt
Roosevelt claiming that they are entitled entitledto
to ship back ba k to Manila or to transports transportation traMpOrtaton transportston ¬
ton They are fine Mere to todCJ M dU M they theyplease theypl theypkase
please pl ase but they do not like the cUmate cUmateand flmaleand hnate hnateand
and the business bUlJln hustle tle and want to toget toget toget
get away awayMiss a awayMiss a
Miss Julia A Hancock Is Wedded WeddedSpecial WeilileiLpeial Vetlc1etlSpciato
Special Spciato peial tolS toThes1stsftosld toThes1stsftosldLynehburg tMf tf4idBgttt fiend fiendLynchburg
Lynchburg t nchburK Va Y Kev ftMiss H IX Miss Julia A AHancock A AHancock AHancock
Hancock daughter t of Mr and Mrs E EA E KA
A Hancock became the bride ot Maurice MauriceR
R r B Hickson Hi O90n at the First Baptist Church Churchlast Churchlast
last Ins night the ceremony being < perform performt
ed t d by Dr w I Pfckard Pickard the pastor who whoWJS whov
wus v assisted by Rev Re Dr Robert H Fin Fining FloraIng ¬
ing of Westminster Westmln ter Presbyterian Church ChurchMr ChurchMr
Mr Hickson is a member of the Hick Hickson Htckon Rickson
son on Lumber Company of this city and andhe tad tadhe andle
he is the first lieutenant aDt of the Lynch Lynchburg Lyncbburg Lynchburg
burg Home Guard uud Company K K Seven Serentleth Settlfttieth Seventieth
tieth Virginia Vi Regiment His bride is ispopular Ispopular
popular In Lynchburg society societyAVill McJetYrlIt societywill
will rlIt Drive Out National Connoil ConnoilNewport ConnonXepott CounollNewpott
Newport News Va Nov 32 Zstate ZstateCouncilor 2StateCouncilor State StateCouncilor
Councilor C R Fellows Pelto of tile Virginia VirginiaCouncil Vll1iaJaCouncil I7IrILII I7IrILIICouncil
Council Junior Order of United American AmericanMechanics Americanehanlcs AmericanMechanics
Mechanics the organisation or J tIon which won wonbefore WOIIbefore wonbefore
before the United States Supreme Court Courtin Courttn CourtIn
in the th fight against the National Na Council Councilhas OoUDcUhas Councilhas
has called a meeting for Richmond Sat Satirday Saturdu Saturday
irday urdu to take action suppressing all of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the councils in tbe State that refused to torenounce torfnou torenounce
renounce rfnou allegiance alltTan te the National NA Coral Covncil Coralcli
cil < Upder the decision of the Supreme SupremeCoyrt SapremCOfrt SupremeCort
Coyrt Cort the National daraal Council cannot oper operate operate operate ¬
ate any longer JoDprJA hi this t State StateBoy StateBo StateBoy
Boy Bo la Dragged 1T l y a a Horse HorseSpecial 110rIJeBpcda1 Horsepec1al
Special to 7W W Wuhingtai n Htnld HtnldCumberland LCumbtrland llevMCutnberland
Cumberland Md Nov SSL 2Howard 2HowardKelm 22HowardKeim Howard HowardKeim
Keim the tenyearold son of N G Kelm tc lm lmot itsimof Kelmof
of Elkras W Va the Republican leader leaderin leaderin leaderin
in Randolph Ra CIolh County while riding a a apir apirited 8PIritfd apirIted
ited horse was thrown hit foot footin catchfeg catchfegin
in the t stirrup stirrupTbe sUrntpThe stirrupThe
The boy was udragged dragged quite quitehis a a itatance itatancehis diStcehis
his bead emlng In violent contact contactwfth contactwfththe With Withthe ith iththe
the ground gro When hrn found the lad w Was Wasinconaclou wastnconscIou s sunconscious
unconscious and hh hklding ding from many nwuqrwounds mtQI7ound manywounde
wounds ound JEis = kui 15 j is hadly fractured and andit andit ardIt
it is I bell beJIn belkvd v d that th t hv h cannot lann < t recover recoverI
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SEEK SCHOOL FOR FORTHIEVES FORTHIEVESBaltimore THIEVES THIEVESBaltimore THIEVESDaUlmorc
Baltimore Police on Trail of Woman WomanWho WomnnVbo WomanWho
Who Vbo Conches Girl GirlSp Girls Girlsto
Sp etal 1 to The WswMsslou W HmU HmUBaltimore HkIBaJtImore ilmidBaltimore
Baltimore Nov 21 22A A School S hool for forThieves torlbleve forThIeves
Thieves is what the Baltimore police policeare polleelookiD policeare
are looking lookiD for fOr f and while they do not notanticipate notaittJelPate notastIepete
anticipate they will ill mid tho name of the theinstitution UIOInstitution theInstitution
institution blaaoned over the door they theyare theyare theyare
are confident con dtllt they the will be able tp locate locatesuch locateauch locatesuch
such a a place placeThere placeTllere placeThere
There have ve been many many children arrest arrested arr arrestad t tId ¬
ed lately for petty pelt thefts in department departmentand departmentand departmentand
and dry goods stores and the latest ar arrest arrwt ar1t
rest was that of Rosa Friod eleven years yearsold yearsoIc1 yearsold
old who told Capt Pumphrey captain of ofdetectives ord ofdetectives
detectives d tecUv that she was taught to steal stealby stlby stealby
by a young woman whom she called calledMtas calledMIss
MIss 111 Edna EdnaThe Edn EdnThe to toThe
The girl was arrested two weeks ago agowith agoltb agowith
with ltb three other little girls and the po police pollee P0lice ¬
lice believe thore is an organized gang gangof gangot gangof
of youthful crooks whose moves are be being beIng belug ¬
ing directed < by some older pei peon on They Theyare Theyare Theyare
are now on the lookout for Miss Edna Elnaand Ednaand
and believe that when she is located thoy thoywill thoywill
will 111 be able to break up the organization organizationand
and stop the thefts theftsHEDGE theftsJUDGE theftsJuDGE
JUDGE HAGNER AS GUEST GUESTWashington GUESTVaslalngton GUESTWashington
Washington Jurist Attends Dinner Dinnerat Dlunerat Dinnerat
at South River Club ClubSlMcI ClubSptl
Stwafel to The WMhiagtm HenOd HenOdAmwpolie HtraJdMd HoaldAnnapolIs
AnnapolIs Md Nov S2 The quarterly quarterlydinner quarterlydinner quarterlydinner
dinner of the South River Club one of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the oldest organizations of its kind in inthis inthta Inthis
this country was served today at the thehistoric UteItletorte thehistoric
historic clubhouse e in Anne Arundel ArundelCounty ArundelCounty ArundelCounty
County The host this time was George GeorgeR
R Caliber president of the second secondbranch sccooobranch secondbianch
branch city council of Baltimore BaltimoreNearly BIlIUmoreNearly BaltimoreNearly
Nearly the full membership of the club clubwhich clubwhich clubwhich
which is limited to twentyfour was w pres present present preaout ¬
ent today and Mr Gaither bad as spe special 8pedal speelal ¬
cial guests Mayor Timscnua of Balti Baltimore Baltimore Baltimore ¬
more Comptroller Heffner of Baltimore Baltimoreand Baltimoreand Baltimoreand
and Vice President F S Landstreet of ofthe 6Cthe ofthe
the Western W tern Maryland Railroad RailroadMuch RailroadMuch RailroadMuch
Much interest was added to the occa occasion occamn occaaba ¬
aba by the presence of Judge Alexander AlexanderB
B Hagner Hqn of Washington who is chair chairman chaIrman chairman ¬
man of the club It was the first din dinner dinner dinner ¬
ner that the aged jurist has attended attendedfor attendedfor attendedfor
for some time timeWOMAN timeYIOMAN timeYiOMA
WOMAN YiOMA GAGGED AND ROBBED ROBBEDBaltimore ROBBEDBa1timore ROBBEDBaltimore
Baltimore Burglar Chokes His Vic Victim Victim Victim
tim Into to Insensibility Insensibilitynan InsensibilityRansacks i iRansacks
nan Ransacks nck house Taking Wedding WeddingGovrn WeddingGown eclcllnl eclcllnlGown
Gown and Some Money and Jew Jcvrelry Jc JcclrPollce JewdryPolice
elry clrPollce Police Myntifled MyntifledSpeetel IYIJtlfledtAt iystlfledbeds
beds te t IV WMhfckgton W ± t HenU HenUBaltimore UeNNal UernIdBaltimore
Baltimore al JllOle Nov 23 22SeIzed Seized from behind behindand bebtlMland heIstedand
and throttled Into Insensibility IDMMiblll by a man manshe manabe manshe
she did not see Mrs Mary Geldmacher Geldmacherof
of Ill 11 Hidgewood avenue was today todayi todayrobbed tedyrobbed
i robbed of about It 10 in money silver yet val valued valued ealned ¬
ued at 2 39 and a large la bundle bund of wear wearIng wearIn wearlag
lag In apparel including Includtn her wedding eddID gown gownwhich goftwblek gownwhich
which she valued at atMrs Hi HiMr 4L 4LMrs >
Mrs Geklmacfeera story of the assault assaulthas aIi8Vlthu assaulthag
has puzzled the police as they are unable vaaWetoundersand IetoundenoJancl unableto
toundersand toundenoJancl to underand hew she could have been beeni beettaaauited beenassaulted
i assaulted without at least discovering the thecolor thecolor thecolor
color of her assailant She says that thatwhile thatwhile 1 1while
while at work in l her kitchen she was wasseised v1LSsetwed wasseined
seined by the back of the neck Her Herassailants HeraaaUants Herassailants
assailants other hand was pre over overher Oftiher overbet
her mouth so strongly as to prevent the theslightest tilesltshtest theslightest
slightest cry for help The man ordered orderedher orderedher orderedher
her to tell where her money was hidden hiddenand hkkleaand hiddenand
and then without giving her the least leastopportunity Jeutopportunity leastopportunity
opportunity to answer he continued to tochoke tochoke tochoke
choke her until she lost t consciousness consciousnessShe COQClounestlSbe consciousnessShe
She was found later by her stepson stepsonCharles 8tePo 8tePoCbaries stepsonCharles
Charles Geldmacher with a huge gag gagof gagot gagof
of newspapers ws pers tied over her mouth Dr DrWiittam DrJIkm DrVI1ftam
Wiittam Grant who was summoned summonedfound summonedfoond summonedfound
found that Mrs Qeldmacher was not dan dangerously danvualy dangeruusiy ¬
gerously injured although her throat was wasbadly wasbadly as asbUt
badly lecerated rated by the fingers ft rs of her as assailant gallant asmilant ¬
sailant and so badly bruised that she was wascompelled wa wacompelled wascompelled
compelled to whisper her story to her herrelatives herrelatives herrelatives
relatives and the police policeThe polleeThe policeThe
The police are mystified with regard regardto
to the assault although they are of the theopinion tbeopinion theopinion
opinion it was not the work of a profes professional prof profaIoaal professioual ¬
sional crook crookPEW crookFEW crookFEW
FEW CHANGES IN FIGURES HGUEESOfliclnl FIGURESOfficial FIGURESOfficial
Official Canvass of Maryland Elec Election Election Elecfinn ¬
tion BeIng Made MadeAnnapolis MadeAnnapolis UndeMDapoHs
Annapolis Md Nov No ft iLFour Four of the thelive Utelive theve
live ve members of the State board of can canvassers canYalMrs caneassers ¬
vassers of Maryland met in Annapolis to today to toClay today ¬
day and caivassed canvaaed the returns of the Con Congressional CoRreaIonal Congresslonal ¬
gressional reaIonal election in the State held on onNovember onNovember onNovember
November 5 last The official canvass canvassshows C8nftMhow canvassshows
shows how a few slight 811 ht changes from the un unofficial IIRo anolliclal ¬
official o figures The total vote ote of each eachcandidate eaehcandidate eachcandidate
candidate by districts was as follows followsFir folio folioFint followsFsist
Fir Fint dtatrictTboM s A skIt Sisit < L lJ IJssJ > em m J KHI KHIWiOtem H1KWiIUaM 134 134WilileM
WiOtem U JMkMm lit Utep K O 1S8W 1S S J Jeha 4m H Da Dakar hiro 11 11kay ¬
kay Pn 111 X S So GUalnm CladJ lad 1 Jack Jackmt J JI08S Jae Jaeeas
I08S mt plurality Oft Smith S4U S4USecond 5443Seond 4u 4u8eccncI
Second UMrietJ < Pad C Tattott Den 178M 178MRobert 1710111tobert I7iSnobet
Robert UMTtit Rep 1MK lld Jota J S Often nea U USK 1 1i iPra iPraGuwe
SK i Gone A BMMT Soc SQcj 4 ltttts phi pfaramy phiJaI1Y p pniiky
ramy niiky 8fU rar u Gwrett 1C 1CThird 1 1TIdnI IWThkd
Third diftstetlbnr B Wolf II Dm M72 i 3 W WW WW Ww
W JatHMOB J R ltep H > M641 G Gss on It Gorm GCIIMNIiI Clra Im Im3TI
3TI 5 Joaepto 1 P Jrta Jaritoe Soa K WoiTs ftelKy ftelKyover IItIr IItIr0ftI rslItr rslItrmu
over Johnson d dFourth 131Fowda ssSth
Fourth dfetrictJgta cI T GUI GR jr D Den au 13M 13 Jota JotaV J Jr Jhar
V L r r Ftadfey jr K XIp p M WJW WJmwB M u J Jeu JeulJv JsttIm tt ttlie
lJv lie I 43 3 BOwwrd B Steel S SM W 4 OUts OWspteratoy 1splwaUtJ OUts1y
pteratoy 1y over lindSay ladk UH UHFifth L2IIlIfda l lfltth
Fifth dMrietG di rietGeolp arv M S StMtJi k Den > UMS UMSSnbwr 111fbdDe7 UUtSdnss
Snbwr B R JfadS Msd aQ < R 1tfP TO K753 VBHMB V1I H SO SOPro tiIIt tiIItlro tiflt1Pm
1Pm Pro M C Jean J Im a S Matthews attbsws Soc HJ MwMs MwMsphoaHtr XspbmaHtJ Ms4dsslity
phoaHtr slity over o Smith X3K X3KSixth 3311Sixth i
Sixth dfctofctHftrra M L Sfwwird leIRJ Ue Dun 11SB 11SBGo 1L 1LGnwe i
ecqe Go A I 11amI ui lXe K Bt I KW Fnacw B B Sep SepIAmtss j jptngtoi PI >
ptngtoi JIiD8t 1Pm Pm M IML Cnh ip < So SociII i3ocj SK IIIaty Pcaircs Pcaircsphamltty
phamltty aty over SposMid SpEwa 4S01 4S01The UMThe 4O4The
The State board of canvassers is com composed compoaed cornposed ¬ I
posed of Attorney ttorney General William S SBryan SBryaD SBryan
Bryan jr Dr Gordon T Atkinson State Statecomptroller Statecomptroller Statecomptroller
comptroller Hon Murray urray Vandlver State Statetreasurer Statetreasurer Statetreasurer
treasurer Thomas Parran clerk to the theCourt theCourt theCourt
Court of Appeals and Secretary of State StateOswald StateOswald StateOswald
Oswald Tilghnuuu All were present pr t at atthe attbe atthe
the meeting eetJ g except Mr Parran who was wasunable wasuaable wastisiable
unable to come to Annapolis today todayJesse tadayJe todayJesse
Jesse Je lie Tyson Critically 111 111qpecfcu IIIfiIpeciai IlliecIsi
qpecfcu iecIsi to The WMMetfan W HenM HenMBaltimore 1111IBaltimore IleseldBaltimore
Baltimore Md Nov 28 Jee Jesse e Tyson rson is iscritically Iscritically
critically ill of f pneumonia at his home homeCylburn homeC71bUm homeCylburn I
Cylburn near Mount Washington He Hehas Hehas HeIrna
has been sick only a few days Les Less than thana I Ia
a week ago he was s seen driving on the thestreets thestreet thestreets
streets apparently in good health healthPrior healthPzlor v vPrior
Prior to his hi retirement from business businessMr businessMr
Mr 1 Tyson wax president of the Balti BaltiMoreChrome Baltimore BaltimoreChrome lere lereCh
Chrome Ch Works rorks which was absorbed soy several BeVera1 soyoral ¬
oral years age by an outoftown com company company cornpony ¬
pany panyRight
Right of Way Being Secured SecuredNewport SecuredNewport SecuredNewport
Newport News Va Nov 21 2James James M MGumming MCumml1lK MCumining
Gumming who te getting rights of way wayfor wayfor wayfor
for the electric system sy tem that will go from fromhere fromhre Irmahere
here to Yorktown Gloucester Point Point and andUrbana andCrbaDa andUrbana
Urbana and eventually eventuall > to Washington Washingtonhas Vuhtn Vuhtnhas
has Just Ju t secured the franchises necessary necessaryfor neces necessaryfor ar7 ar7for
for his road in I Middlesex Count County Pitts Pittsburg Plttscapltall8ts PIttsburg
burg capitalists are behind the project projectWashington projectVasliington projectWashington
Washington Man to Wed WedSate WedSpicel ed edswt
Sate swt to The Wachtegtai Herald HeralCRockrille HeraktRockvJlJe HeraldRockvlfle
Rockrille Md Nov No 22 22A A marriage marriagelicense marriage1JceaM marriagelicense
license was issued here today toda te Will William WiIIlaIR Willlam ¬
laIR O Howes owss aged twentyfive t tythe years of efWashington ofrsbbtgton ofWashIngton
Washington D C and Miss lls Agnes G GMurphy GiJurphy Gurphy
Murphy urphy aged twentyfive years ears of ofOteey otOlney ofOhisy
Oteey this county countyAlways countyAIW countyAlways
Always AIW ys the same sameTharps S sameTharps me meTharps
Tharps Pure PureBerkeley PureBerkeley
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MANY TIMES A THIEF THIEFBoery THIEFBoweiy
Bowery Man Charged with withTerrorizing 1vither withTeroriziug
Terrorizing er + orizillg Countryside CountrysideCALM
CALM AND A MILD JEANNEEED JEANNEEEDYoung MANNEREDYoung ItANNEREDYoung
Young German Only Twenty cJtb Years YearsOld YearsOld lcarvsOld
Old Held by Sew X w Jersey JerIJe Police n nBurfflur ml mlBurglur asBurglar
Burglar Who VIIO flan Raided u House HouseAlmoat JloulleAhnollt HouseAlmost
Almost ilghtlyAllJllcrtll Isrhtly Asserts He Was WasEmployed taaEmployed Vas VasEmployed
Employed to Carry the Booty BootyHaekeneaek DootTHaeken BootyHackensack
Haekeneaek ack N J Nov N Si ftIn In the cap capture capture capture ¬
ture today of a a mildmannered young youngGerman youngG youngGerman
German G rman with a gun and a a kit of automo automobile ftutomobile automobile ¬
bile tools the t e polka believe lien they have the theman theman theman
man whose burglaries havo caused a reign reignof reignof reignof
of terror on both sides of the State line lineSixty UneSixty lineSixty
Sixty burglaries in six months is the rec record record recevil ¬
ord over in Rockland County where the therebbers therbbers therobbers
j robbers operated daringly in autos car carriages carriages carrlages ¬
riages and on foot toot running the gamut gamutfrom gamutfrom gamutfrom
from safecracking to sneak thievery and andsecuring andseeurtng andsecuring
securing thousands alJds of dollars worth of oftoot otloot ofloot
loot lootThe
The prisoner who confesses a that he hehalte hehalls hehalls
halls from coin the Bowery was wa s captured by byone byone byone
one of Chief Titus men while two alleged allegedcompanions aUegedcompanlollS allegedcompanions
companions were attempting to force an anentrance anen ananrance
entrance en anee to the barn and garage of Frank FrankProbst FmnlcProbst FrankPiobet
Probst at Englewood Mr Probsts Probstsmother Probstsmother Probstsmother
mother was recently robbed of 200 0011oth 0011othJ OOi worth worthof worthof
of Jewelry JewelryLIvex J d dLive S SLives
Live Anyrrhcre lit Boivery BoiveryHe Docr DocrHe JiowcryHe
He gave his name as Gustave Gu Ule Miller Millersaid lUUrMid Millersold
said he was twenty years 1S old and lived livedanywhere livedanwheA livedanywhere
anywhere In 1 the Bowery Bower or In Third ave avenue 8enut ayenue ¬
nue below Tenth street streetMiller streetUlfer streetMillet
Miller had in his possession n a revolver revolverand reolverand revolverand
and a handbag containing automobile automobiletools automobiletools automobiletools
tools a a pair of chauffeurs gloves and au a aspark aspark aspark
spark coil The policeman singled him himout himout himout
out 1because lbea because he carried the bag The Theother Theother Theother
other men escaped escapedMiller 88CIlpedWilier escapedMiller
Miller was questioned que Uoned closely by In Inspector Inspector InSpector ¬
spector Titus He was either stupid or orpretended orpretended orpretended
pretended to be so He said d he knew knewnothing knewJIOtblng knewnothing
nothing of the men whom hem he had accom accompaAied aceompanled accompenled
paAied except that he had met them In Inthe InUte Inthe
the Bowery and Third avenue for two twoweeks tWweeks twoweeks
weeks past and that he knew them only onlyas onlyuBiU onlyas
as uBiU Bill Bicycles and The ICid and andthat andtItat andthai
that they had engaged ea Ked him to carry carrywhatever carywbatever cagrywhatever
whatever plunder they might secure securel securelnld
l lnld ai lIcl l 92 2 to Carry Carr Booty BootyMttter BootyWUIer BootyMiller
Mttter mid he I was as to receive I for his hisset hSII8rVtceL hissetvices
set II8rVtceL vices To further questions que tloM he admit admitted admitted admitted ¬
ted that they had given him the revolver revolverand T801erIUICI revolverand
and instructed him to act as lookout for forthem forthem forthem
them He said the other men were after afterparts afterparlff afterparts
parts of bicycles and automobiles and andso andSG andso
so far as he knew It was not their inten intention intention Intention ¬
tion to rob houses housesFrom 00 00From housesFrom
From July last the burglaries in Rock Bockland Rockland Rockland
land and Bergen counties have continued continuedalmost conUnuedaJm continuedalmost
almost t without interruption Three nouses nouseswere houses OOWi88were houseswere
were entered in one night the past t week weekin weekIn weekIn
in Tappan where t re lOO 508 in cash and jewelry jewelrywas j jewelryaas velry velrylIS
was lIS secured securedDECIDES securedDECIDES securedDECIDES
DECIDES AGAINST RATE LAW LAWAct LAWAct LAWAct
Act Requiring Sale of Mileage Books HookaConflicts Do BooksConilicts klll klllConfllctll
Conflicts with ith Constitution ConstitutionSped ConHtltutionSpecI Constitutionsel
SpecI Sped to The WMhtacton U URichmond Henid HenidRichmond raU raURichmond
Richmond Va Nov 25 22The The Supreme SupremeCourt SupremeCourt SupremeCourt
Court today declared the twocent t rate ratelaw ratelaw ratew
law w was unconstitutional Judge Cardwell Cardwelldelivering CardeJtc1eHverillg Cardwetdelivering
delivering the opinion opinionThe opDIonThe opinionThe
The court sustains the corporation com commission eommbiston eatsmission ¬
mission in its contention that the act re requiring re requirtDC requhing ¬
quiring the railroad companies to keep keepon keepon keepon
on sale Ie mileage books of lef mite and andover aadOYer andover
over at two cents a mile is in conflict conflictwith oondletWkh conflictwith
with the Fourteenth Amendment of the theConstitution tlIeConatltution theConstitution
Constitution of o the United States StatesThe SCatesThe StatesThe
The court adopts a large e part of the theopinion theopinion theopinion
opinion of the corporation commission ss ssits adIts asits
its own ownThe ownTIle ownThe
The court declare the Michigan ucbl n case caseand CM4Iand caseand
and this th practically the same am the domi dominant dominant dominant ¬
nant idea in both befog to t the effect that thatthe ttiattbe thatthe
the statute was wa class e legislation ion and not notfor notfor notfor
for the benefit of the whole people There Therefore Theref Therefore ¬
fore f the same judgment would have havebeen hav havDeea havebeen
been rendered had the Michigan fegleia fegleiature JegWature legisiature
ture not fixed a maximum seals of pas passenger pahG pealonger ¬
longer hG rates ratesBUEN ratnBURN ratesBURN
BURN DOCTOR IN EFFIGY EPHGYOpponents EFFIGYOpponellt EFFIGYOpponiit
Opponents of Superintendent Foster Fosterat Fosterat Fosterat
at WllHaniBbnrs Cause Cnn e Trouble TroubleSfwctal TroubleSpedal TroubleSedi1
Sfwctal to The WuatestoK uIatII healS lionhiWilliamsburg H HWmlaJUburg healSWilliamsburg
Williamsburg Va Nov a 22For For the tbesecond tlMsecond thesecond
second time within the lost t two days daysSuperintendent daysSupet1ntendent daysSuperintendent
Superintendent L L S S Foster Po ter who was waslast waslut waslast
last night deposed by the general board boardas botLn1the boardas
as the head of the Eastern State Hos Hospital Hospital liesPital ¬
pital was burned burnedI ia effigy early this thismorning thismorning thismorning
morning morningMayor morninglIayor morningMayor
Mayor Warburton feared such a demon demonstration demonstration demonstratlon ¬
stration and had Issued orders prohibit prohibiting prohibItIng prohibitlog ¬
ing It He will have the matter fully in investigated investigated investigated ¬
vestigated The police were lured to an another nnotMr another ¬
other portion of the city after midnight midnightby
by a fake fight Immediately the coffin coffinwas coffinWflS co1lnwas
was brought to the front of Dr Fosters Fostersresidence Fostersr8lldenct Fostersresidence
residence It was filled with 1th excelsior excelsiorsaturated excelsiorsaturated excelsiorsaturated
saturated with gasoline and a torch ap applied ap applied appiled ¬
plied The demonstration demon tratlon by the ant antFoster anti antlFoster antiFoster <
Foster element e ment has ba become so marked markedthat markedthat markedthat
that there has been strong talk of re requesting requesting requesting ¬
questing the governor to send military militaryMAREEES mlUtalMAltRIES militaryMAItRIES
MAREEES HIS STEPSISTER STEPSISTEEJamex STEPSISTERJameJII STEPSISTERJames
James M hurler and Mint JUI Margaret MargaretSntler MargaretSutler IargaretSutler
Sutler Wed at Middletorrn MiddletorrnSfwefel JUdclletownSfkl MiddletojynSiedl
Sfwefel to HM WaaMBgUm Herald HeraMWiachester HeultLWinchester HeraldWinchester
Winchester Va Nov 22 22James James M MHarier MHarJer MHarler
Harier twentytwo years old and Miss MissMargaret MissMargaret I1S6 I1S6Marpret
Margaret M Sutler aged sixteen were weremarried weremarried weremarried
married last night at Mkldletown by Rev RevW RevW Revv
W v S Hammond The unique feature of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the ceremony was the fact that the bride bridewas tJrld tJrldwas bridewas
was the stepsister st pslster of her husband He Heis Heis Heis
is the son of Spencer Harler who as a awidower awidower awidower
widower married Mrs Rebecca Sutler Sutlerwidow Sutlerwidow Sutlerwidow
widow of Thomas Sutler and nd mother of oftbe ofthe ofthe
the bride brid Mrs Harier was present at atthe ntthe atthe
the ceremony and gave her consent to tothe to tothe tothe
the union unionWant unionVantJII unionWants
Want Better Fire Protection ProtectionSfxxfel l ProtectionSnil rotectlonSt
Sfxxfel tt to The WsaMestaa WaMlllttt Herald HerWAnnapolis HeraW HeraWAnnapolis HeraldAnnapolis
Annapolis Md Nov No 22 2An An important importantmatter Importantmatter importantmatter
matter and one which will more than thanHkeiy thanJfkoly thanlikely
likely be taken up at the next meeting of ofthe oftlM ofthe
the State board of public works is the theinadequate theloadeqate theInadequate
inadequate water pressure furnished In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the State House and the resulting danger dangerfrom dangertrolJl dangerfrom
from fire re The Annapolis Water Com Company Company Cornparty ¬
pany which furnishes the only supply of ofwater o owater ofwater
water in the town has within the last lastyear lest3r lastyear
year greatly Increased Jnc ed its number of con consumers donumens consumers ¬
sumers and this it is thought has re reduced redu04d reduced ¬
duced the pressure pressureHunter pressureHuuter pressureHunter
Hunter Accidentally Shot ShotWestminster ShotrWestminster ShotWestminster
Westminster Md Nov No 22 2WhlJe While gun gunnlroj gunning gunfling
fling yesterday afternoon Clarence Clarence Cole Coleaged Coleaged Cokaged
aged about hout thirtyfive thlrt thIrtflve > ftve years ears was acci accidentally accidentally aecidentally ¬
dentally shot hot fn the face and seriously seriouslyinjured seriouslyInjured j jinjured
injured The shot took effect In the right righteye righteye righteye
eye and jaw ja w The eye ye will have to be beremoved beI1noved beremoved
removed The jaw aw is fractured and the theface theface theface
face lacerated laceratadCole l laceratedCole aeratldCole
Cole w was taken to the University Hos Hospital Hosplt8l HaspRal ¬
pital Baltimore Baltimore last night by Dr Dr S SLuther SLuther SLuther
Luther Bare BareJfefirro BareXegr Bare1iegr
Jfefirro Slayer Sentenced SentencedSfiecfel Sentel1eed Sentel1eedStJocitl Senteicedto
Sfiecfel to The Washtefitoa W Herald HeraldNorfolk Hm1dNortoIk HeraldNorfolk
Norfolk Va Nov No 22 22Edmund Edmund Bray Braycolored Braycolored Braycolored
colored was today sentenced to eighteen eighteenyears eighteenyears eighteenyears
years In the penitentiary for the murder murderof murderof murderof
of Ellis Boone whom he stabbed above abovethe abovetile abovethe
the heart aa Boone was attempting to toeject totJect toeject
eject him from Boones home Bray ex expected expected cxpected ¬
pected a a death d ath sentence When the jury jurywas jurywas jurywas
was considering his case he gave his hiswatch hiswatch hiswatch
watch to o his son and urged him to livea live livea 11veI
I a Christian life
t
TAFT IS DOOMED DOOMEDBY DOOMEDBY DOOMEDBY
BY NEGRO LEADERS LEADERSCONTINUED LE LEADERSCthTINUIiI DERS DERSCO
CONTINUED CO TINUBD PROM BOM FIRST PAGE PAOEdentally PAGEdentalI PAGEdentally
dentalI dentally talked about the matter of the thenegro theM thenegro
negro M TO troop Mr rr Hull said that thore thorewag thorewa thereWa
wag wa no doubt about the legal authority authorityof
of the President to discharge the men menwithout monwithout menWithout
without honor honorThe honorTho honorThe
The President or any of hi his successors successorsin
in office might however remove this thisdisability thisdisability thisdisability
disability although aIUou h he expressed expre sed the opin opinion opinIon oplaIon ¬
ion that such removal of disability would wouldnot wouldnot wouldnot
not entitle a man dismissed to his con continuous continuous continuous ¬
tinuous service record Mr Hull said id it itWSB itwas ItV1ts
was not Improbable Improb bJe that the subject subjectmight subjectmight subJectmight
might be discussed dleeu sed fcy Congress and per perhaps perhnps perhp5 ¬
haps some > investigation ordored but bu he hewas hewas hewas
was unable to Me what else Congress Congresscould Congreescould Congresscould
could do Mr Hull did not crlUetae the theaction theactton theaction
action of the President PresidentDemocrat PrNldentDemocrntH PresidentDenlocrats
Democrat Are Skeptical SkepticalProminent SI SkepticalProminent cptlcnl cptlcnlProminent
Prominent negro n ro politicians polltlel 6 and fn fact factRepublican fact factRepublican factRepublican
Republican leaders assert that a division divisionof dtlslonor divisionof
of the th negro vote between the two parties partiesis
is impending owing to th the action oL o the thePresident thePr08ldent thePresident
President in dismissing dl ml the negro troops troopsDemocrats troopsDomocrats troopsDemocrats
Democrats are skeptical over the outlook outlookMany outlookMm outlookMany
Many Mm of them believe beU n that the negro will willcontinue wJlIcontfnue willcontinue
continue to vote regularly regardless regardlessOf s sof
Of the Presidents action At the same sametime sametlmo sametime
time Republican tepublIcans u JIcaM are fearful that the thetime thetlmo thetime
time has arrived when a considerable considerablenumber considerablenumber considerablenumber
number of negroes negro eI cannot be placed safe safely safeI safely ¬
ly I in the Republican column Should this Oilsturn thisturn thisturn
turn out to be true the political effect effectwould etteetwould eltectwould
would be farreaching It would mean meanthat meanthat meanthat
that the Democratic party would ould almost almostcertainly almostcertainly almostcertainly
certainly elect its Presidential Pre candidate candidateand candldateand candidateanti
and a House e of Representatives R re ntaUves and andeventually andeentuaUy andeventually
eventually a Senate SenateSince SenateSbuo SenateSince
Since the negro has been given the bal ballot b hallotIn 1 1IOUn ¬
lot IOUn in tile t te doubtful States Stat there have been beenvery benvery beenvery
very few elections where he has not been beenpractically beenpractieally beenpractically
practically the controlling factor With Withthe Withthe Withthe
the possible exception of the Roosevelt RooseveltlandsHde ROOHveltJandaHde Rooseveltlandslide
landslide of two years r ago there are artmany aremany aremany
many Instances a where the negro vote votesubtracted vote votesubtractecl vetssubtracted
subtracted from the Republican Repu llcan column columnand columnand columnand
and added to that of the Democrats Democratswould Demoeratllwould Democratswould
would have carried States for the latter latterIn latterIn latterIn
In 1 Ufi S Mr Bryan would have bay been very veryclose veryclo veryclose
close to election bad it not been for the thenegro thenegro thenegro
negro vote vote and in MOO the race also would wouldiiave wouldhave wouldhave
have been uncomfortably close for the theRepublicans th thRepublleaM theRepublicans
Republicans RepublicansPlRorc1 RepublleaMFI RepublicansFigures
Figures FI ure Are Interesting InterestingA
A few figures in this connection are in interesting InterefltJng Intereeting ¬
teresting terestingFor terefltJngFor tereetingFor
For instance take the socalled doubt doubtful dotIbttul doubtful ¬
ful States of Indiana Illinois Ohio West WestVirginia WestVJ VestVirginia
Virginia VJ lnla Maryland Kentucky and New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York According to the Census Bureau Bureauthere Bureauthere Bureauthere
there are in Indiana lUll negro M lO voters votersIn ftteuIn votersIn
In 191 Bryan Dry lost t Indiana by only 1MG9 1MG9majority umajority 13101majority
majority and la ISO 1IOt 31 by but MOC4 In both bothelections bothelections bothelections
elections the negro vote it is fair to as assume usume essums ¬
sume held the State Stat in the Republican Republicancolumn R Republicancolumn publlcan
column West Virginia VI nJa gave McKinley a amajority amajority amajority
majority of about llOW 11 in UM 1M and 21009 21009in l lIn 21005in
in ISM I The State of West Virginia has hasM78I haaH1SInegro hasl43
M78I H1SInegro l43 negro votes enough to have placed placedthe placedthe placedthe
the State in the Democratic column In InOhio InOblo InOhio
Ohio there Uw r are 31236 11 negro voters In IncIClnly UK UKMcKinley 1105McKinley
McKinley cIClnly carried the State Sla te by little more morethan Hrethan morethan
than 51000 51 and in UOO he increased this to toOW toThe
0005 OW The negro ro vote in Ohio taken takenfrom takenfrom takenfrom
from the Republicans in ISM IlK and given to tothe tothe tothe
the Democrats would have carried the theState theState theState
State for Bryan Illinois 1Iltno has ha 297tt negro nagrovoters negrovoter negrovoters
voters In ISM 1JOI the State gave ga ve McKinley McKJn McKJnmajortty
05 98900 majority Maryland and Kentucky Kentuckywhich Kutuckywhich Kentuckywhich
which were carried by the Republicans in in18K
18K 181 owed it to the negro vote Maryland Marylandhas Mallandbu Marylandhas
has over 10000 0011 101 negro voters Kentucky
has nearly 75000 75000In 7 7lnNew 7O 7OIii
In lnNew New York State there were In Utt Uttnearly 1Mrl7 1150nearly
nearly rl7 32000 a fl negroes Had they with the thenatural thenatural thenatural
natural proportionate increase Incr voted for forHearst forHearst forHearst
Hearst Instead tead of Hushes H hea the latter and andnot aJN1not andnot
not the former would now be making a atrip atn atrip
trip tn to Mexico MexicoSimilar Mx1eohni1ar eelco eelcoIlar
Similar hni1ar Ilar comparisons eo might bt < be made with withother withother withother
other Stats at but the above are miOlcJent miOlcJentto mctent mctentto
to snow why the New ew lock lorlc Ohio and andother andoher endother
other political organizations orp lsatioQ are so worked workedup workedup Orkedup
up over the muster out of the th negro negrotroops necrot negrotroops
troops t That Th t their sentiments Ite ttmenta wilt be re reflected re refteeted redocted ¬
flected upon upo u tile Republican membership
in Congress to an extent which wblclator may can cantor saPOr ¬
tor Or a Congressional Investigation is at atleast atleut sfleast
least among the possibilites possibilitesOne ORIbUlteOnc posolbilftesOn
One On Company Mnxtcrail Out OutGuthrie OutGutbrl OutGuthrie
Guthrie Okla Nov No 21 2Tlae Tbe discharge dischargeand dl char charanet dischargeand
and payment of negro n troops 11001 in the bat battalion battalloA battallon ¬
talion at Fort Reno wu resumed tale tnlsmorning tale1POIft1D5 talemorning
morning and onehalf of a company was wasdismissed wasdiem wasdismissed
diem dismissed making akla a total of one full fullcompany funco fullcompany
company co y mustered JIIU8t ftd out of service The TheWar TheWaf TheWar
War Department Is discharging half halfcompany a acompany acompany
company a a day da There are two more com companies companies cornponies ¬
panies and their dismissal will require requiretour requirefour requirefour
four days time The discharge of lUte lUtetroopl the thetroops thetroops
troops today was merely a routine mat matter matter matter ¬
ter Only the officers and nun knew knewanything knewanythlD knewanything
anything about it itENTIRE It ItE ItENTIRE
ENTIRE E TIRE FAMILY IS POISONED POISONEDServant POISONEDSerant POISONEDServant
Servant t Uses > e Flour Prepared for forRntH forRatH forRats
Rats in Getting Gettln Breakfast BreakfastSped BreakfastSpeeIal BreakfastStl
SpeeIal Stl Sped to 1 Tte Tb WMbtocUm W Herald HeraldStaunton HealdStaunton ilesaldStaunton
Staunton Va Nov 25 ftEvery Every member memberof
of the family of W L L Llvfck was II taken takenseriously takenHrioualy takenseriously
seriously ill shortly after breakfast and andonly andonly antionly
only the prompt arrival of a physician physicianwho physlchuawho physicianwho
who at once learned the cause ca of the ill illness 111ness illness ¬
ness saved ved the lives Jly of the family familyIn tamllyIn familyIn
In preparing pre rtng link for breakfast the ser servant serant servent ¬
vent ant had rolled them in flour which had hadbeen badbeen hadbeen
been prepared with Ith rat poison and as asall asall asall
all ate of the fish the source of the thetrouble thetrouble thetrouble
trouble was soon learned After soy several flit fliterAI soycml ¬
eral hours of work the physician pro pronounced pronounced pronounced ¬
nounced all out of danger dangerIntercut danerIntcret dangerInterest
Interest Shown In Bribery Cane CaneSpacW CnKeSpeda1 CaMeSpeclil
SpacW to Tt TIle WMhfastoa IbraM IbraMCambridge nwaldCambrtde ltsmldCambridge
Cambridge Md Nov SI 22Just Just Just what Jlat ef effect effect offeet ¬
fect if any the indictment of two prom promnent promi prominent promfleet
nent men of Vienna this county count for vote votebuying votebuyinG votebuying
buying will ill nave upon the practice in ingeneral Ingenerl Ingeneral
general is at present somewhat hard to todetermine tvl todetenntne
determine determineSo l rmtne rmtneSo
So far as public sentiment goes tfhila tfhilathe hila hilathe hilethe
the practice is held in abhorrence by bysome bysome bysome
some it must be confessed Hd that a great greatmany greatmany greatmany
many persons condone It It In the present presentInstance presentInstance presentInstance
Instance even those persons S who most moststrongly mosttrongly moststrongly
strongly condemn bribery feel considera considerable considerable cooskiorable ¬
ble sympathy for the men indicted indictedMinn IndictedMiss
Miss 1111 Fannie Keith Payne a Bride BrideSpcchl DrldeSpda1 BrideSp
Spcchl Sp x1 t is The WsahtoRtaa W Wa is tost Herald HmWCulpeper IIenIcICulpeper HeraldCulpeper
Culpeper Va Nov N v JSL IlI1 23Miss Miss s Fannie FannieKeith FannieKeith FannieKeith
Keith Payne of Brady Station and Turn Turner Turner Turner ¬
er Rattle were married in Christ Epis Episcopal Eplsoopal Episcolial ¬
copal Church this noon oo by Rev Re Carter CarterPage Carterse CarterPage
Page se the rector Both are well known knownin lmownIn knownin
in this county and have the best wishes wishesof wishesor wishesof
of their many man friends friends3Ir friendsUrlC friendsMrs
3Ir Mrs Eugene Cropp Passes Away AwayFredericksburg AwayFrederlekabWg AwayFrederIcksburg
Fredericksburg Va Nov 21 2LMrs 2LMrsEugene Mrs MrsEugene lIr lIrEugene
Eugene Cropp aged fiftythree firtythreeyears firtythreeyearsdied years yearsdied yearsdied
died last night at her home near Hart Hartwood Hartwood Hartwood
wood Stafford County of typhoid fever feverThree feverThree feverThree
Three sons and three daughters survive surviveher sU1lveher surviveher
herHUNDREDS her
HUNDREDS HUNDREDSof
of PEOPLE PEOPLEare
are losing hundreds of dollars dollarsby dollarsby dollarsby
by keeping money money idle that thatshould thatshou1d thatshould
should be earning interest interestIf interestIf interestIf
If you have surplus funds de deposit deposit deposit ¬
posit them in this companys companysBANKING companysBANKING companysBANKING
BANKING DEPT DEPTIT7Interest DEPTIt7Interest DEPTitInterest
IT7Interest paid on ALL accounts accountsDeposits accountsDeposits accountsDeposits
Deposits subject to check at will wtUwhenever willwhenever
whenever desired daslredUnion desiredUnion
Union Trust Co
1414 F Street NW NWEDWARD N W WEDWARD WEDWARD
EDWARD J STELLWAGEN STELLWAGENPresldent STELLWAGENPresldentqEORGE STELLWAGENPresldontqEORGE President PresidentQEORGE
QEORGE E E FLEMING FLDlINGSearetary FLDlINGSearetaryEDS FLEMINGSecretaryEDSON Secretary SecretaryEDSON
EDSON EDS N B OLDS OLDSTreasurer Treasurer
SUIT CASE TO DECIDE DECIDEDry
Dry Contents of Satchel Evi Evidence Evidence vi vilellee ¬
dence Against Gillette GillettePEISONERS GillettePRISONERS GillettePRISONERS
PRISONERS WORD IMPEACHED IMPEACHEDltneftMeR IMPEACHEDWltnellllelll IMPEACHEDWitnesses
Wltnellllelll ltneftMeR Te TeICH Testify ilfy That Grace GraceBrovrnn GrnceDrovnII GraceBrowns
Browns Companion had Suit Case CaseIn CnlleIn Casein
In Boat Late in Afternoon of Her HerDeath HerlJenthlndltrercJlce HerDeathIndifference
Death lJenthlndltrercJlce Indifference Shown by b the theDefendant theDefeJldnnt theDefendant
Defendant the Day After AfterHerkimor AfterIIerklmor AfterHorkimor
Herkimor N Y Nov 22 itThe The prosecu prosecution prosClCUUon prosecution ¬
tion in the case of Chester Gillette made madea m de dehard
a hard problom for those who are defend defending detending defending ¬
ing him today in bringing up very forci forcibly forcibly forebly ¬
bly the question of how it happened that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the suit case he had with him in the canoe canoewas c canoe canoewas noe noewas
was dry whon it was as found and the stuff stuffin stutrIn stuffin
in it showed no signs of having been in inthe Inthe Inthe
the water in the first rst place the prosecu prosecution prosecution proseeution ¬
tion proved that when Gillette was arrest arrestod arrestod arrested
od he said that Grace Brown was drowned drownedafter drownedafter drownedafter
after the boat which they were in had ao aooldantally ao aoold sooldentally
oldantally old ntally upset upsetWhen upsetWhen upsetWhen
When asked to account for the fact that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the suit case was dry he replied that he heand heand heand
and the Brown girl had gone ashore to toget toget toget
get their lunch at 3 oclock in the after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon and had left it there at that time timeOn timeOn timeOn
On the crossexamination of Sheriffelect SheriffelectKlock SherltreloctKlock SheriffelectKlock
Klock who testified to these the facts the de defense defnse defence ¬
fence spent a long time in impressing Impr lJ6ing on onthe onthe onthe
the jury this explanation of Gillette GilletteThen GtJletteThen GilletteThen
Then the district attorney sprung his hissurprise blssurprle hissurprise
surprise In the last few minutes of the theafternoon theatornoon theafternoon
afternoon session se he called Thomas Bar Barrott Barrett Barrott
rott to the witness stand a nd Barrett is a aguide aguide aguide
guide at Camp Craig on Big Moose Lake LakeRemembers LakeRemembers LakeRemetitbers
Remembers the Hour HourAt HonrAt hourAt
At S oclock on the afternoon of July
11 to he said I 1 had taken the two boys boyswhom bo boyswhont s swbOm
whom I had In charge from Camp Craig Craigto Craigto Craigto
to a swimming float off South Bay I Iw IWS Iwas
w WS s keeping does cIo e watch of the time time so s I Iwould Iwould Iwould
would not let the older boy stay in too toolong tooIOftg toolong
long At just ill 5 = oclock I saw v the theboat theboat theheal
boat come out of the far Inside l of South SouthBay SoutnMd SouthBay
Bay and turn into Ute branch 1 raaek known knownas
as Pttnkle Bay In Int ft was a man n and a awoman awomaa awomen
woman and between them was wa a suit suitcase HitClUte suitcase
case caseThe
The man ma was in the bow seat t of oftbe orthe ofthe
the boat rowing and the woman was w in intha intho inthe
the stern I noticed that they were young youngpeople youngpeople youngpeople
people At i i4i oclock I saw Bernard BernardFosters BernardFosttrs BernardFosters
Fosters boat come out of South Bay Bayand Beyand Bayand
and a few minutes afterward the boat boatwith boatwith boatwith
with the young man and woman came camefrom camefrom camerein
from rein Punkie Bay Ba and went toward the thesouth thesouth thesouth
south shore of South Bay Ba The man manwas manwas manwas
was leaning forward in the bow seat seatI seat seatapP4Lrently seatapparently
I apparently talking to the woman in tb tbstern the thestem thestern
stern and was rowing r wiac slowly a a stroke strokeat 3Itrokeat strokeat
at a time timeNearly timeNearly timeNearly
Nearly the whole day cia was spent t by byProsecutor byProeeeutor byProsecutor
Prosecutor Ward in showing the actions actionsof aeUoltsor actionsof
of Gillette after the death of Grace Brown Brownhad Brownhad Brownhad
had occurred and tracing Mm from that thattime thattime thattime
time until the time of his It arrest by Un Under Lnder Untier ¬
der Sheriff Klock at the Arrowhead Inn Innon Innon Innon
on July 14 14Mr 14Mr IiMr
Mr Klock K k was called to the stand early earlyin earl earlin earlyIn
in the afternoon With him he said saidwas saidwas d dWAS
was Charles Gross of Cortland who whoworked 1noworked whoworked
worked in the Gillette shirt ahlrtfacwry factory and andwho andwho andwho
who identified Gillette GII tte for him The un under under under ¬
der sheriff attempted to refresh 11 his mem memory memory metsory ¬
ory from notes he had taken take of f the eon conversations eonverlIons eonversations ¬
versations be had with 1th Gillette after the thearrest OMarr thearrest
arrest arr arrest St but this was strenuously objected objectedto
to by the th defense and finally not allowed allowedShoTTN allowedSlIow allowedShows
Shows Surprise at News XetTWhen NewsWhen ews ewsuVben
When I went into the tn cHlce ce said Mr MrKlock XIKlock MrItloek
Klock I saw the defendant At that thattfmo tbattiMe thattitse
tiMe I did not know him l m Gross went wentup wentup wentup
up to him and said Hello Chester and aadte andUte antithe
te defendant answered Hello CharMs CharMewhat CltuHwhat CharMswhat
what are you 5ou ou doing down here Gross GrossI GIOHasked Grossasked
I asked him it he knew that Grace Brown Brownwas Bronv Broawsa
was v dead and Gillette answered aDS ered > No is isthat 18that isthat
that sor or r Then Gross said Yes she was wasdrowned wasdrowned wasdrowned
drowned in Big Meose Lake and Gillette Gilletteanswered GUletteanswered Gilletteanswered
answered My God Is that so soIn I01 I01In soIn
In the morning Rev Cuthbert B Frost Frosta
t a minister mlnl ter at Lowville had testified te tUled that thaton thaton thaton
on the evening of the day before this thisGillette thlflGillette thisGillette
Gillette who was in the lobby of the theArrowhead theArrowbea4 theArrowhead
Arrowhead Inn had gone up to some men menwho menwho menwho
who were playing cards in the U lobby and andhad adbad andhad
had said Id tOHa Hare Ye you heard h d about the thetragedy t thetragedy e etragedy
tragedy at Big Moose Lakerthe Laketh drown drowningr drowIIingr drownlog
ingr ingrThis log
ingrTI
This was after a day which Gillette had hadspent hadspeat hadspent
spent climbing the tM Black Bear Mountains Mountainswith Xountalnswith Mountainswith
with a party from Arrowhead Inn which whichincluded whichInclud whichIncluded
included Includ Rev Mr Frost Frc et Rev Mr Dean Deanof D Deanof n nof
of Lowville and Mr Deans son and anddaughter anf1dauchter anddaughter
daughter Most of the morning session sessionhad se sessionhad lon lonbad
had been spent in proving this party and andanother aDdanether andanother
another expedition which Gillette had hadmade badmade hadmade
made the day after Grace Browns death deathto dMtbto deathto
to Black Bear r Mountain alone aloneMost aloneMost aloneMoot
Most of the afternoon 09n session was taken takenup takenup takenup
up with the testimony te of Under Sheriff SheriffKtock SherltKlock SheriffKIOCk
Ktock and Sheriff John Richards who whotold whotoM whotold
told of the finding of the tennis racquet racquetWILL racfluetWILL racquetWILL
WILL FIGHT FOR BIGGEST SHIP SHIPAdvocate SHIPAdvocatetJ SKIPAdvocates
Advocate Prepare to Press lre Monster MonsterManofWnr JlonsterJlanofVar MonsterManofWar
ManofWnr Plans PlansThe PlansThe PlansThe
The advocates of a monster battle ship shipthat shiptlNtt shipthat
that will break all world records have de determined deterOllned dotermined ¬
termined t to press their fight ht toward that thatend thatend thatend
end at the coming session o or Congress CongressAt CODgIesaAt
At the last session they the wen but a tem temporary temporal ternporary ¬
porary victory in that the Navy a Depart Department Dopertmont Departmont ¬
mont was directed to have plans prepared preparedbut prePtirodbut preparedbut
but it was stipulated that they would wouldhave wouldhave wouldhave
have to be approved at the forthcoming forthcomingsesefon forthoomlngseMton forthcomingsession
session before an appropriation would be bemade bemade bemade
made madeThe madeThe madeThe
The special naval board having the mat matter matler matter ¬
ter in charge has figured on a battle battleship battleship battleship
ship that will carry ten twelveinch guns gunshave gunsha gunshave
have ha 0 a speed of nineteen knots and ba baprotected bAprotected beprotected
protected by b the heaviest armament yet yetgiven yetgiven et etgiven
given any warship in the American navy navyThese na naTho navyThese
These Tho o plans it is understood have re received recehed recelved ¬
ceived the indorsement of Acting Secre Secretary Secretary Secretary ¬
tary of the Navy XA Newberry Newberr and they the will willbe willbe willbe
be submitted to Secretary Bonaparte BO 8JMlrte upon uponhis uponhis uponhis
his return to this city cityThere eU eUThere cityThere
There Is also upon the table of the Sec Secretary Secretary Seerotary ¬
retary a report by a special board sub submitting submitting submitting ¬
mitting a a proposition l for reducing tire thocost Urocost tirecost
cost of armor plate plateFather plateFattier plateFathers
Father Reward Leads to Capture CaptureMartlnsburg CnptureMartinsburg CaptureMarttnsburg
Martlnsburg W Va Nov Ko 22 22James 22JamesTaylor Jsmoo JsmooTalor Jamas JamasTaylor
Taylor jr a wellknown young man of ofDuquasne ofDuquesne ofDuquesne
Duquesne a suburb of Pittsburg Pa Paclmrged PLchfirged pacharged
charged with the murder of Isaac Car Carter Carter Carter ¬
ter a negro with whom he quarreled quarreledon
on tho night of November 12 I was wa ar arrested arrested arrested ¬
rested in this city today todayThe toda todaThe toOayThe
The young mans father offered a re reward reword rewurd ¬
ward of 1000 for the capture e ptur of his son sonIt sonII SonIt
It was through his efforts the boy was wascaptured wascaptured wascaptured
captured capturedGovernor capturedGoernor capturedGovernor
Governor Approve Appro Bond BondAnnapolis DondAnnapolis BondsAnnapolis
Annapolis Md Nov 22 2JIhe The governor governorhas governorhas governorhas
has approved the bond of the National NationalMarine NationalMarine NationalMarine
Marine Bank of Baltimore as a State de depository deposItory depOs1tOr ¬
pository in tho sum of 5OOO 50000 000 Tho United UnitedStates UnitedStales UnItedStates
States Fidelity and Guaranty Company
Is the surety The Fidelity and Deposit DepositCompany DepositCompany DepositCompany
Company was the surety In the bond of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the First National Bank of Frostburg Frostburgwhich Frostburgwhich Frostburgwhich
which Is a State depository In the sum sumof sumof sumof
of 1000 19000
1000Found
Found Guilty of Murder 3InrderSpecial JIurderSpecial MurderSpecial
Special to The Washington W Herald HeraldFrederick HenldFrederick HeraldFrederick
Frederick Md Nov No 22 22Wllllnm William Eyler Eylervho
vho resided near Emmltsburg this thiscounty thiscounty thiscounty
county has been found guilty of murder murderIn murderin murderIn
In the first degree by a Jury at Gettys ¬
burg Pa Eyler killed Howard Miller In Ina Ina ina
a hotel In Gettysburg by striking him on onthe onthe onthe
the head with an Iron pump handle con concealed concealed concealed ¬
cealed in an umbrella Eylers defense defensewas defensewas defensewas
was that he was drunk
J
ABMYffAVY AItMYNA VY TICKETS TICKETSXenrly TIOKETSXcnrly TICKETSNearly
Nearly 8000 Disposed of lir Middle Middlennd Middlesrind Uddlennd
nnd Navy Nav Officer OfficerSpecial OffieerlllS OfficersSpoehi
Special S I to The Washington Herald HeraldAnnapolis UmJdnnapoUs HeraldAnnapolis
Annapolis Md Nov 22 2The The KaY Ath Athletic Athletie Athletic ¬
letic Association has practically complet completed ¬
ed the distribution of tickets for the theArmyNavy theAnnyNaY theArmyNavy
ArmyNavy football game to be played playedIn
In Philadelphia December 1 The distri distribution dlstrlbuUon distribution ¬
bution began several days ago when hen the thetickets thotickets thetickets
tickets for outoftown members of the theassociation thehecdaUon theassociation
association were mailed Each officer who whobelongs whobelongs whobelongs
belongs to the association received four fourtickets tourtickets fourtickots
tickets while the midshipmen received receivedthree rQQ receivedthree hcd hcdthree
three apiece The brigade of midshipmen midshipmente
te ii composed of over 700 and the distribu distribution dlstrtbuton distribut2on ¬
ton among them alone consumed be between between between ¬
tween 2000 OOO and 2600 600 of the tickets Th Thofficers The Theofficers Theofficers
officers and midshipmen contribute to the thefjnd thefrnd
fjnd 100 for the support of athletics and andthey andthoy andthey
they of course are supplied first and andreceived andrcocclved andreceived
received a larger quota quotaThis QuotaThiir quotaThis
This year the association had nearly nearlySwe noarlyS
Swe S tickets to dispose of several nun nundred hundred htmdred
dred more than ever before and the An Annapolis Anoopolls Annripolis ¬
napolis contingent and others have been beenprovided beenprovided beenprovided
provided for in a very satisfactory man manner manner mannor ¬
ner from the tickets left from the main maindistribution maindistribution maindistribution
distribution In addition to those sent sentout sentout sentout
out through the association oclatlon many person personreceived personsreeehed persOnreceived
received tickets from their midshipmen midshipmenfriends midshipmentrlends midshipmenfriends
friends friendsAlthough trlendsAlthough friendsAlthough
Although duo notice was given that ap applications applications upplicatlons ¬
plications should be filed before November oember
1 Commander Thomas B Howard secre secretary seentary secretary ¬
tary of the Athletic Association who had hadcharge hadcharge hadcharge
charge of the distribution has received receivedhundreds recelvellhundreds receivedhundreds
hundreds of letters from persons request requestIng requestIng requestlog
Ing tickets but time is not available to toanswer toanswer toanswer
answer the communications communicationsNAVY communicationsNAVY communicationsNAVY
NAVY TEAM SHIFTS SHIFTSAnnapolis SHIFTSAnnapolis SHIFISAnnapolis
Annapolis Linenp for Army rnny 6ame 6ameStill eameStill ame ameStili
Still Undecided UndecidedSpaeul UndecidedSpacial UndecidedSpodal
Spaeul to The Washeston W h Herald HeraldAnnapolis HeraJclAnnapolis HeraldAnnapolis
Annapolis Md Nov Nt 22 2At At this late latestage latetage latestage
stage tage when the contest with West Point Pointis PointIs Pointis
is only ten days hence the final makeup makeupof
of the Navy Nav football team has not yet yetibeen yetbeen yetbeen
been finally decided upon There are so somany somany somany
many good substitutes for the several severalpositions severalpositions severalpositIons
positions that the coaches are at a a lost lostto lostto lostto
to make a definite selection selectionDague selectionDague selectionDague
Dague a very eo aggressive player may mayyet mayyet mayyet
yet lose his place at end as Bernard Bernardwho BernardWho Bernardwho
who formerly played half back is play playing pla plaIng playIng ¬
ing a a very cry good game in that position positionHis positionHis positionHis
His training as a back is much in his hisfavor histavor hisfavor
favor and he does fine work in carrying carryingthe carryinithe carryingthe
the ball 1 on the forward pass passThe passTbe passThe
The position of right guard still seems seemsto seemstD seemsto
to be open Wright was seen in that thatposition thatposition thatposition
position today toda but Shafroth a heavier heavierThose heavl heavierman r rman
man is making a strong bid b1dfthTl b1dfthTlThose for th place placeThose
Those are the only places still in doubt doubtalthough doubt doubtalthough doubtalthough
although the tb players aro shifted about to tosome tosome tosome
some extent In the dally practice The Thework Thework Thework
work of the team today toda was very saris satisfactory satlsfactory sarisfactory ¬
factory With a heavy attack the strong strongscrub slrongerub strongscrub
scrub eleven were scored against several severaltimes teeraltimes severaltimes
times timesNED
NED HANLON BUYS PARK PARKBaltimore PARKBaltimore PARKBaltimore
Baltimore Team Now oU Owns Own Grounds Groundson
on Which blch It Plays PlaysBaltimore PInTsBaUlmore PlaysBaltimore
Baltimore Nov 22 22Edvard Edward Hanlon Hanlonthe HanlonUte Hanlonthe
the largest stockholder in the Baltimore BaltimoreBaseball BaltimoreBuo1ta11 BaltimoreBasoball
Baseball Club has purchased the proper property property properiT ¬
ty on the York road known as Oriole OriolePark OrlolePuk OriolePark
Park for a consideration of something somethinglike mmethlnglike somethinglike
like H iOW 0 The purchase relieves the thebaseball th thbaseb8n thebaseball
baseball situation in this city consider considerably considerably considerably ¬
ably and is considered a a strong Indies indication Indfoatlon Indiestion ¬
tion of the sincerity of Mr Hanlon and andothers andothers andothers
others identified IdentJ ecl with local professional professionalbaseball professionalbaseball professionalbaseball
baseball in their expressed Intention of ofputting ofputting ofputting
putting a bigleague team In this city clt as assoon assoon assoon
soon as possible possibleMAD po9slbleMAD possibleIAD
MAD IAD SHE SHOOTS 3 IN STREET STREETWoman STREETWoman STREETWoman
Woman Opens Fire on Doctor and andi andmts andKits
i Hits Two Bystanders BystandersFancies BystandersFancies BystandersFancies
Fancies Noted oted Physician Is Guilty Guiltyof Guiltyot Guiltyof
of 31alpractlce JlnlpractJceYoung Yonngr Student StudentMay StudentJlaT StudentMay
May Die of Wounds WoundsNew WoundsNew WoundsNew
New York Nov 22Br Frederick Bier Bierhoff BferAortr Bierhoff
hoff Aortr a physician with a large practice practiceand piIleUceaDd practiceand
and on one ef C the thee consulting staff of the theGerman tbeGerman theGerman
German Dispensary DtsP6l r was followed folloed from fromhis fromhbl fromhis
his office this afternoon by a former wo woman woman weman ¬
man patient who fired five shots at him himat himat himat
at the corner of Fiftyninth h street and andMadison andMadison andMadison
Madison avenue He was hit twice in the theleft theleft theleft
left shoulder and in the right arm One Oneof Oneof Oneof
of the other bullets struck Otto H HDroege HDroege HDroege
Droege a lawyer 1a er of 61 Park row and an another another another ¬
other hit Paul Sheehan a Columbia Col College College Cciloge ¬
lege student The fifth bullet went wild wildOf wildOf lId lIdOf
Of tbe men Injured young Sheehan was washurt washurt washurt
hurt the worst The bullet struck him in inthe Intbe inthe
the middle of the back He was removed removedfrom removedfrom removedfrom
from the Presbyterian Hospital to St StLukes St StLukes StLukes
Lukes tonight and the doctors were try trying tryIng trying ¬
ing to find the bullet Both he and andDroege andDroege andDroege
Droege were shot because b Cuse they the happened happenedto
to be in the crowd on the corner when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the woman oman opened her fusillade on the thedoctor thedoetor thedoctor
doctor Droege escaped with a flesh fleshwound tlt fleshwound > sh shwound
wound in the arm armThe armThe j jThe
The woman who did the t e shooting is IsOttalUa IsOttallis i iOttailia
Ottailia Schneider who has been living livingfor lhin lhintor livingfor
for the last three weeks at 2196 Anthony Anthonyavenue Anthon Anthonavenue Anthonyavenue
avenue In the Bronx From the fact that thatshe thatsbe thatshe
she wore a bonnet fashioned somewhat somewhatafter somewbatafter somewhatafter
after those worn by Salvation Army Armv las lassies lassies lasales ¬
sies she was at first taken for a member memberof m mber mberof
of that organization She told the police policethat poJicethat policethat
that she belonged to the Sisters St < ters of Mercy Mercyand lIerGjand Mercyand
and had been a Sister in Germany G rmanv In Inthe Intho Inthe
the Supreme Court she has a suit suitagainst suitagainst suitagainst
against Dr Bierhoff for 2fI 2600 damages for formalpractice torrn formalpractice
malpractice rn lpracUcl The State Medical Associa Association Assoolatlon Association ¬
tion is defending it for the doctor doctorThe doctorThe doctorThe
The woman told H rambling story stor to the thepolice thepolice thepolice
police of having been operated upon by bythe bythe bythe
the doctor According to Dr Bierhoff Bierhoffthe Blerhotttho Blerhoffthe
the woman is a paranoiac lias has boon pro proriounced pronounced proflounced
flounced so by b experts and for the last histfive laststve lastfive
five years 88rS has been writing rlting him threat threatening threatening threatenlng ¬
ening letters under the delusion that he hehad hehad hehad
had injured her He got a warrant out outfor outfor outfor
for her some time ago in the YorkvilIe Yorkviilecourt YorkvilIecourt Yorkviliecourt
court but saYS that the police told him himthey himthe himthey
they the could not find her The police be believe be1Iee behove ¬
hove the woman oman Is crazy crazyARMY crazyARMY crazyARMY
ARMY AND NAVY NAVYArmy NAVYArnl NAVYArmy
Army Arnl Orders OrdersOoattaet OtlersQIIuaat Otderstbsiract
Ooattaet SWR 5tH J MAItCHAL WHEATE from fromBob fmma6H teemIls
Bob a6H te Port ott YeHemteee YeHemteeeOpt YeDovstfilept YdlovalrneMICHAST
Opt pt MICHAEL S MURRAY URRA comiateatr before beforemtriag BeforereUrtltg bsfeeerettelag
mtriag beard F Feet rt RUtS fer examination examlnaUenNavy ex examinationNavy lnaUeL lnaUeLNavy
Navy Orders OrderLlMrt OrdersLle8t OrdersUest
LlMrt caner F o K H CLARK to BrMsefwt n epert u uSMisttuit II6k aseehtast
SMisttuit 6k Inspector ef ordnance Hartford dis district dbtrict diatdct ¬
trict trictUe tdctLiest
trictCeaMr
Ue Liest e GeraAr B IL HOUGH detached Cleveland Clevelandberne CleTelandMme GemMedhems
berne wall orders ordersLtot tKdersLitat ordertIJeat
Ltot E Eo B scRANToN SCRA TO detached Nary a11 Recruit Recrulti Recruitlog
i 1 log S Station fooTer to Naral aTal Station Tatuilt TatuiltLtect TutuUaIMat TututlaLeest
Ltect T D PARKER detached Colombia con contime conUnge continie
time at t Isaral nal Hospital New York YorkLkwt YtKkLleut YorkLiout
Lkwt R it S DOUGLAS detached Texas to Gee Cleyelaad CleTela8d Geelied
lied laadLiwt la8dLftttt liedLiest
Liwt J H COMFORT detached Nary T1 ReoraJUng ReoraJUngParty RtonIiUntrParU IleersitingParty
Party No No4 4 to charge Xtiy uy Recruiting Station SUtienDetner StattenDesn StationDenser
Denser DetnerLie Desn DenserLust N NLiMt
Lie Lust t D V H ALLEN detached Texas to charge chirjcXavy chUIOeSa chargeNary
Nary Sa Recruiting Party I > artY No 4 4MOVEMENTS 4 4O 4MOh3MENTS
MOVEMENTS O IE S OF VESSELS VESSELSThe The fallowing fell win mete meteDKBU meTemeaU mereneesil
DKBU of aarcl Tel ressels was 1as reported te the Nary NaryDepartment 1a11DepartmGtlt NaryDepartment
Department DepartmGtltARRIVED
ARRIVED ARRIVEDDes ARRIVEDDes ARRIVEDDes
Des Metees 1I ies at Port Antonio Aetoniot j Caesar at at at Soar Leafs Leaistana LMisiana Leafslena
lena and Tennessee at Ponce Net oTrmber ember H HCaesar 21 21Caear 21Caesar
Caesar at Port Said Chattanooga at Cbefoo Xo XoTeHer Norembet o oTemMr
TeHer S2
SAILED SAILEDDes SAILEDDrs SAILEDDes
Des Muses ie6 from Santiago to Port Antonio Wasp Waspfrom W Waipfrom p pfrem
from Newport for Hampton Hampt n Roads November 2L 2LCaesar 21Cat 21 21Carrie
Caesar Cat r from Suez for Port Said thence to Alders AldersLouisiana AlirlersLeuieianA AlgiersLouisiana
Louisiana Tennessee TCnn ee and Washington teem frcsPeace fnnFeMe teemPesos
Peace for C Cap p Henry Raleigh Ral from Chefoo Chefoof Chefootar Cbefoofir
f tar r CarUe Prairie from Havana for Hampton HamptonReads IIamptoQUeads llamptooheads
Reads Helena from KiuJciaag for Hankow HankowBrutus BanltowIlrutm HankowBnitna
Brutus item Cf Celombe a M > f t Pvg 5 Notexcber 21 = 2
BIG PRIZE FOR FUI1ITERO FUI1ITEROPlans NEGRO NEGROPlans NEGROPlans
Plans of Only Black Bl Architect kArcl1itectAccepted ArchitectAccepted Aic1iitetAccepted
Accepted by Government GovernmentRISES GoyernmeutRISES GovernmeiitRISES
RISES HIGH IN PROFESSION PROFESSIONDesign PROFESSIONDe81gn PROFESSIONDesign
Design of ofW W V Sidney SldneyPittman Plttman Will rUt Be Betsed Besed Betoed
toed sed in Construction Con trnctIon of Negro Ex Exhlbitlon Exlalbltlon Bali1bIti
lalbltlon li1bIti hlbitlon Building at the James Jamestown Jameatovn Janicetown ¬
town Espoiiltlon E poltfonJle He Wan Va an A Auo Auoelnte Aasoelate o ocinte
elate With Booker T WashIngton WnwhlnfftonThe V 1ljhlngton 1ljhlngtonThe
l
The design and plans for the Negr Ex Exhibition Exhibition Exhibitlon ¬
hibition Building at the Jamestown Jm toVonEx toVonExposition Ex Exposition Espo8ition ¬
position executed by W Sidney Pittraan PitttBlUlt4Jt
434 Louisiana avenue 8 nue have been accepted acceptedand aOGeptedand acceptedand
and will be used in the erection of tlis tlisstructure ttlestructure tissstructure >
structure They were first passed upon by byJ bYJ bYJ
J Knox Taylor Ta or supervising architect cf cfthe ctthe Cfthe
the Treasury and were then accepted by bythe bythe bythe
the officials of the Negro Development DevelopmentExposition DV6lopm DevoiopmontExposition ftt fttExposition
Exposition Company of Richmond Bidax Bidaxfor Bids Bidstor Bfdufor
for the erection of the building will be beopened beopened beopened
opened In Richmond next week weekTho weekTho weekThe
Tho Negro Building will cover SWby i5 by 116 1Mfeet 116feet 116feet
feet It is planned in the colonial styli stylafinished s stylifinished 1e 1efinished
finished in pebble dash staff staff with gal galvanized gatvarlzed galvarIzed ¬
vanized iron trimmings It will Ill have four totrentrances fourentrances ftr ftrentrances
entrances surmounted by ornamented ornamentedporches om ornamentedporches meated meatedporches
porches It is to have two stories see surmounted srmounted seemounted ¬
mounted by a high hlg roof and ornamental ornamentalakyllghts ornamentaltfkyUghts ornamentaltikylights
akyllghts It will cost ll4 M 10005 Oft and w wform oil oilform willform
form a part of the government exhibit exMbtsThe ex1tibtiThe exhibitThe
The building is to be a detail t UM UMstructures Utestructures thestructures
structures on the United States Stat reserva reservation lMerAtlon reser resertion ¬
tion
Only Negro Architect ArchitectW ArcbiteetSidney
W Sidney Pittman the designer of this iMsbuilding tWSbuilding thisbuilding
building is the only negro architect to tehave tohave tohave
have plans accepted by the United States Statesgovernment Sta Stagovernment Statesgovernment
government He is 1 also tbe only arch aroMtect arcmlteet archtect
tect of his race to maintain an office mce and andto BD4to andto
to make his living in that profession lloR in inthe Inthe Inthe
the entire world He is an interesting interestingman
man personally and has come up to the theposition eposition fleeposition
position which he now occupies after afterlong altlong altarlong <
long study and application applicationMr
Mr 11 Pittman was born in Montgomery
Ala in lS7i Zi He attended the public puMtcschools MtWtoschools publicschools
schools there and in Birmingham Blrmtng Ala Atewhere Alawhere Alawhere
where he completed his high school edo education ed1lcation edocatIon ¬
cation From Birmingham he entered enter the theTuskegee UteTuskegee theTuskegee
Tuskegee school and studied there five fiveyears AveYer8 ve veyears
years He first took a course as asa Ha asa
a wheelwright lasting two years yearsHis yearsHis yearsHis
His success in mechanical 1 draw drawing drawIng drawing ¬
ing and his ability abUlt to make accurate rate es estlmates 65thnotes ostimates
tlmates thnotes upon the cost of work connected connectedwith conneetodwJlh connectedwith
with that trade attracted the attention attentionor atteoU atteoUor
or his teachers among whom was an anarchitect anarchitect anarchitect
architect from the Boston Bo toD School of Tech Technology Tedtnolog Technology ¬
nology and ho was advised to undertake undertakei UMIertakethe undertakethe
i the study of architecture in a a course last ¬
ing three years yearsHis YearsHis yearsHis
His success was so great that t be be became INcame became ¬
came the assistant of the chief eblell eblelland instructor instructorand Instructorand
and after graduation was sent to the
Drexel School in Philadelphia where bo bograduated Ograduated hograduated
graduated two years later His entrance entrancethere entransethere
there was contingent to an agreement agreementwith agrMAl8Rtwith agreementwith
with Booker T Washington to return to toTuskegee toTuskegf toTuskegee
Tuskegee > e as a i rofeseor of arehlteetwre
He kept his agreement and n was thief entefinstructor allierinstruetor thiefinstructor
instructor In architecture for five years yearsafter 7eafSafter yearsafter
after graduation at Pbtl PhiladelphiaSuccessful Philadelphia PhiladelphiaSuccessful elpbla elpblaSuccessful
Successful In Washington WashingtonOne washingtonOne as1alngton as1alngtonOne
One year ago Mr Pittman came to toWashington toWashington toWashington
Washington and opened o ned aa office oIfie oIfieproftselonel a as a aprofessional aprofessional
professional architect While at Ttwke Ttwkegee T1Mkegee Tuwkegee
gee he planned and supervised the con construction eeastrucUon eonstruction ¬
struction of buildings worth almost almost0s It ItOw H HOw
Ow which now no form part of the structure structureat structuntat
at the institute instituteSince InstituteSIn InstituteSince
Since e coming to Washington fee has bMgaged en engaged engaged ¬
gaged in all 111 kinds kind of professional work workand work workand workand
and Is the regular architect of two prom ¬
inent local builders He has planned a anumber 8number anumber
number of school buildings for negro negrocational negro ode etMtcationol odecatiorial
cational corporations in the South and1 and1has and an anhas I Ihas
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