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2 THE WASHINGTON HERALD SUNDAY NOVEMBER 25 1906 19 19c 6
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DEPOSITORS DEPOSITORSET GET ALL ALLCreditors ALLCreditors
Creditors of Peoples Savings SavingsBank SavingsBanli Savi1lgsBank
Bank to Be Paid Pa 1 in Full FullMAKE FullMAKE FullMAXE
MAKE SETTLEMENT DEC 3 3Stockholders 3StockJl01lers 3Stockllolder3
Stockholders Are Arr Also Promised Promisedthnt ProDlfccl1Jlnt Proui1tcdthnt
thnt All the Money lIone They had In Inrested InTestod Invetod
rested In the InMtltntlon Will Be BeReturned DeUeturne1 BeReturned
Returned to Them ThcmStatement Statement Is IsIssned JillIHsue1 IiiIssued
Issued by b Comptroller of Currency CurrencyCreditors CurrencyCreditors CurrencyCredltot
Creditors of the tie Peoples Peope SoriNSB Ba BIwho nit nitwho H Hwho
who have proved pfolfed iwov their claims cIi will be bepaid hpaid bepaid
paid by toe receiver appointed by ity the theComptroller theCornptroller theComptroller
Comptroller of the Currency beginning beginningMonday behmIngMonday i
Monday December 3 at It a m m Instead Insteadof Insteadof IflStRdof
of receiving part payment ymnt as was s stated statedin statedin sttedin
in a former announcement from the theComptrollers theComptrollers theComptrollers
Comptrollers o otllee ce it has now been beendecided beendecided
decided to pay the depositors and other othercreditors otberredltors otherredtors I
creditors < redltors of the bank in full fullSufficient fullSufficient
Sufficient money has ba been placed in I the thehands thel1aoo tbeliande I
hands of the Union Savings Bunk by the thedirectors thedirectors thedirectors
directors of the Peoples Bank Bank to t meet meetthese meettbese meetthese
these obligations obligatio and they will be b paid paidby p1Lklby paidby
by the receivers check on that bank bankThis hankThis bankflhis
This action was decided upon at a direc directors dlr dlrtors direetors ¬
but the theannouncement theannouncement I Iannouncement
tors meeting several days ago
announcement was w withheld until yester yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
day when the dt question tlon of winding Iltdlng up p the theaffairs tMartairs theaffairs
affairs of o the bank was wa decided by vote voteof ote oteoe te tef
of f the directors and the assets of the thebank Ulebank thebank
bank turned back to them J Castle CastleHIdgeway CastleRidgeway OaetleRidgeway
Ridgeway being selected as agent to con conduct QOItduct coitduct ¬
duct the necessary nece transactions transactionsStatement traJIMctkHusStntemcnt traect1oneStatement
Statement hy It Comptroller ComptrollerThese ComptrollerTheile ComptrollerTheee i
These and other facts are ar sot st forth rth in ina ina ina
a statement issued by b the Comptroller of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Currency currencyrda7 yesterday afternoon n as n tel follows tellows QJ QJlows ¬
lows lowsThe
The directors of the Peoples Savins SavinsBank SIu SIuBank SexlngBank
Bank which was closed by the Comptrol Comptroller Cftmptrollr ¬
ler of the Currency ureecy On the Wth 4th th ultimo ultimohave ultiMOhave ultimohave
have effected an B arrangement by whlbh whlbhthe whkthe 1tfch 1tfchthe
the receiver f tIM th baa Halt J W SeboflcM SeboflcMhas Stbellela1has SehelIel4has
has been placed in possession linn 11m of sufficient sufficientfunds sumclentfunds uflIclentfunds
funds with the t1 cash 1 on hand to t pay all allliabilities aUUabl1ltis 11 11liabilities
liabilities to depositors and other creditors creditorsin
in full Depositors Depo8ators will be paid by the thereceivers t1l6recers thereceivers
receivers check on the Union Savings SavingsBank SaJassBank SahigsBank
Bank Bank in which the necessary n n funds have havebeen hanbeen harebeen
been placed to his h1 credit creditAll eredltAll creditAII
All the creditors erlt of the bank who hive hiveproen nave naveproven Vi Viproven
proven their claims can ca now obtain the thereceivers tlMtt thereeetvrs
receivers tt cflv rs certiftcata by applying at the thebank thebank thebank
bank bankJIUHt
Must Surrender Passbooks PassbooksCreditors PnsllbookCreditors PflMbOOkCreditors
Creditors passbooks and home or pock pocket peeket pocket ¬
et savings bank ban banks in possession poeeea iodt on of deposi depositors depositors depoeltore ¬
tors must be surrendered to the receiver receiverwhen receiverwhen receiverwhen
when the certificate is delivered deliveredAt deliveredt deliveredAt
At t a meeting of the stockholders J JCastle JCastle JCastle
Castle RWgeway was selected u n agent to towhom towhom towhom
whom the receiver was authorized to turn turnover turnover turnoyer
over all remaining rbln assets for Iktirfiatton Iktirfiattonfor
for the benefit of the stockholders and andthe a1tdthe andthe
the final winding up p of the banks bsnk kg affairs affairsTh affairsThp effaireTh I
Th Thp < P PPOp PopWa > pl > Bank was s closed by order orderof orderor nler nleror
or the th > Comptroller er on October JM 4 and andPince andsince i iInce
since Ince that time the directors have been beenable beenable beenable
able to realise real upon the securities of the theinstitution tileInstitution theInstitution
institution sufficiently to meet all credit creditobligations creditobUpUons creditobligations
obligations This has been accomplished accomplishedin
in little over a month wb wn n they were wereallowed wereaJlttwed wereaI1iwed
allowed by law alsty xty days cJay in whfch h to tomeet tompct tomect
meet the demands of the Comptroller ComptrollerFurther ComptrolleFurther ComptrollerFurther
Further than that it was w said aId by Mil Milton tIntnn Mu MutAn ¬
ton J Lambert lam rt the the banks nks president pr test testTilRht Jutl1 ast astthat
TilRht l1 i1t that the assets a ssetg ts of the bank had hadturned hadturned hadturned
turned owt Of o ao well that the stockholders stockholderswould stockholderwould atockhoiderswould
would within a period r1od of five months re rereive 18ehe receIe
reive ehe dollar doIrr Jor for dollar what was s due duethem duetbem duethem
them I
Liquidation DIHlcnlt DIHlcnltPresident DI DIfllcultPresident lcult lcultPresident
President Lambert said itl the closing cns of ofthe otthe t tthe
the bank by the Comptroller had made madethe JMd JMdthe sadethe
the task of liquidating the securities of ofthe ortht ofthe
the institution quite a dISlcuU matter matterbut Matterbut matterbut
but that it had been accomplished well welland welland welland
and quickly considering all the circum circumstances circumstances circumstancee ¬
stances He HeleI said no depositor and no nostockholder nostockholder nostockholder
stockholder would ould lose a dollar through throughthe Utroughthe throughthe
the failure of o the bank and this he hethought hithoiiht
thought wfcfe v sufficient 8Uffl ient proof that it was wasreally WItSreally wasreally I
really in a sound uM condition when closed ckwedhad CHt closedbad d dad
had ad the Federal authorities been willing willingto
I
to accept the securities at the worth at attributed IIttrlbuted attributed ¬
tributed to them tb by ov the directors which whichthe whichUte whichthe
the liquidation has proved to be the our correct orred ourrect ¬
rect one onePresident on onPtt onePresident
President Ptt > sident Lambert last night said Umt Umtthe Utatthf Uiatthe
the directors thought it would be a ahaz ahazWEATHER haz hazWEATHER hazWEATHER
WEATHER CONDITIONS CONDITIONSU
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remain r mains riser to the Northwest X 1h although there has haclxn hasben I I1xfn
ben a decided fall hi prwwe over that district diatrktIt i
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siUi Il a Minnesota and the eastern perUses tit the theDakotas 1MItakHtu sheIak5ac
Dakotas but over the raoainbtf saai 1t State there wc WINpractka11y waspratkafly wcpractically
practically MI change fai isThere tempentUm tempentUmThere t tnn tnnIbtR
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night or Monday in the Lower I Miasoori La L Lew r Ar Ark rkanU Arkansas
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and 00 i rohabj > Western Montana OIIta eiwwbere the thetvatlirr Uteathlf theat1icr
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Condition cpf Pt f AVnt Water r nt Hnrper Kerry KerryHupcn Fe FeBJ1ICIS FerryUrpsrs
Hupcn Parry Nr 9i ibu 9 Ut rivars clear tl
urdoue undertnklng der dng to roopen ppen the tho bank bankfor I Ifor Ifor
for business busln ss after th UQ closing by the theCcmptrolJor theComptrpljor I IComptroUor
CcmptrolJor Th fhfOforo rfi foro Uiay had a d dclded de decIded do docided
cIded to wind vp p its affairs aff < lrs and seek other otheravenues otbera otheravenues
a avenues nuos of ofhwestment investment for their money moneyHe monQHe moneyHe
He thought It might be four or five fivemonths fivemonths fivemonths
months before all the securities could b brealized be beroaJlzed beroalized
realized upon and the stockholders paid paidin p8JtIn pal palIn
in full fullMASTERS fullMASTER4s
fullMASTERS
MASTERS ISSUES STATEMENT STATEMENTDefend STATEMENTDefeJub STATEMENTDefends
Defend Ills Mniinicmeiit of the De Defnitct Defnnct BeInject
Inject SnviiiRrs BUnk HunlvIn DnnlIn BUnkI
I In a statement tatemen issued last night S J JSraatcrs JYaters JMasters
Masters who was president preSideRt of the Pev Pevpie pelIIIe Feoplen
pie plen 8 Savings Bank defended defendedhis his manage management mttnagement managemont ¬
ment of the institution His statement st tQ teat is isas Isas ISas
as follows followsNow followsNow 01l0wsUN
UN Now ow that arrangements have been com completed c centpleted m mIeted ¬
pleted Ieted to pay depositors in full at one oneone cone osce osceone
one month after the date of closure cIo tmt o oeept 02 02eept oa oasept
eept directors deposits Which will be paid paida
a little later I feel eel that It is my duty to tocorrect tooorucl tocorrect
correct some erroneous impression WftI in inconnection ICsoanoetlon I IO
connection O with the Peoples Savings SavingsBank SavtnsalBank SavizigaBank
Bank and myself I have till now re refrained refrained Taframed ¬
frained from any statement s tement except that thatevery lhatvery thatvery
every very depositor would be paid in full I Ihave Ihave Ihave
have been laboring labed with the receiver with withtwo withtwo lth lthtwo >
two ends in view First to pay ptl all 11 of the thedepositors thedepo thedepositors
depositors depo ltors in full second s oond to preserve the theassets theueets theassets
assets ao far M s possible To accomplish accempllafcUifs ueempl ueemplUd accomplishtItle
tItle Ud end I have submitted to insults and andabuses 534abuses rHl rHlI
abuses I ttStiI but now no in jutice I feel that the thefacts tbetacts thefacts
facts should be given to the public publicI p ltc ltcwas
I was the first president of the Peoples PeoplesBank PeopleBank PeoplesBank
Bank afterward the Peoples Savings SavingsBank SaVIn5Bank I
Bank Four of the present directors were weredirectors wereIIlrectors weredirectors
directors from the organization of th thbank the thebank c cank
bank until It was WR closed AH transaction transactionwere lran5actlon8were transactionswere
were from time to time referred to and andstncUoiml aadsanetiolHH andsanctioned
sanctioned by the board of director direetoI1las direetoI1lastheir as astheir astheir
their minutes allow A Aa new director directorwere directorswere I Iwere
were added a ldeel < they the were acquainted with 1lh ex exact exact cxact ¬
act conditions I believe in almost t every everyinstance everyinstance
instance they the were re so informed before beforethey betorethey beforethey I
they became stockholders stockholdersEvery st ckholdersEery stockholdersevery
Every stockholder received his pro rata rataOf ratai rataof
Of profits after he got in and no director directorrefused directorrefused I
refused refu ed a dividend or was ashamed of Ids kteconnectkw Iriscoitnoctiost
connectkw with the bank until trouble troublecame troubleeame lecame
came The proposition paid well during duringthe d dthe duringthe I
the three years of its existence existenceThe existenceThe oxietonceme
The bank had only one legal adviser adviserduring advlHr4urtng adviserduring
during Its existence and if anything any thin < was wastone v vHne wasdone
tone that was unlawful he should cer certainly eeltaJI certaIply ¬
tainly taJI have acquainted us usThe USThe usTte
The statement st < tement in the press when the thebank theINlnk thebank
bank was clos closed d that a certain loan that thatwas thatIIS thatwas
was IIS objected to by the he Comptroller of the theCurrency tbtCurrencY theCurrency
Currency came down to the present ad administration adnUnlstraU administration ¬
ministration R a u an inheritance w wa was not notmade QOtmade notmade
made in good faith and is not In accord accordance aocordaace accordaace ¬
aace with the fact facts The present adminis administration ad adtratlon adminlotratlon ¬
tratlon knew all about the affairs of o the thebank theINtnk thebank
bank from its organization organizationI
I desire to correct another erroneous im impression 111IprM laspreaslon ¬
pression prM ion to the effect that I was a large targeborrower 1a 1aborrowpr largeborrower
borrower at the bank The bank ha has never neverloaned neverlOAned neverloaned
loaned me a dollar directly or indirectly indirectlyand Indirectlyand Indirectlyand
and I have always opposed loans of eon eonsequence eonecquonce
sequence 8 ftue ee to directors or indorsed by di directors dl dlrectors dlrOOters ¬
rectors My desires were not always a1S com complied compiled coatpiled ¬
piled with withOur withOur withOur
Our directors with one or two tW excep exceptions exteptloR8 excptiosis ¬
tions have shown since the bank closed closeda ddesire
a a desire to do anything within their pow power power power ¬
er to open up the bank or if this was not notthought notth notthought
thought th u ht wise to pay 1Hl all depositors d po ltors in such suchmanner IJUCI suchmanner
manner m nner as to reflect honor and credit on onthemselves onthem onthemselves
I themselves them elve > s This last proposition has been beenaccomplished beeftaCCOQtplished besetccoisplished
accomplished thanks to the directors and andto andI andto
to Receiver Schoftoid who has labored laboredearnestly Ia laboredearnestly OteeI OteeIearMstly
earnestly to bring about the settlement settlementIn
In verification of the above statements statementsI
I refer to the receiver of the bank who whoBOW whonow
BOW has in hi his possession all of the rec records records raebrds ¬
ords of the bank bankNaturally bulk bulkHKaturaUy bankNaturally
Naturally I lose heavily by reason of ofthe Ittlte ofthe
the failure which necessitates my fore foregoing fOtelOin foregoing
going < some rIM charity work ork I had autttned autttnedfor MltHlMdfor outlinedfor
for this winter and d especially wit compel compelme eenapeIme compelsue
me to neglect my m little friends the news newsboys newsboys WIt ¬ I Iboys
boys boysSMITH boysSI11Tll i iSMITH
SMITH WILL flLL BE VERY BUSY BD8YMeetings BUSYMeetings BUSYMeetings
Meetings Galore Planned for the Y Y3d YM Yr
3d r C A A Campaigner CampaignerCollege CampaignerCollegeOf CampaignerColleges
College Fort Mycr Workshops Workshopsnnd Workshopsand Vorluhopand
and Oilier Places to Be Visited Idtetl to toArotiMe torouMe toMouse
Mouse rouMe Interest Intere t In Association AssociationBlowing AII AssociationBlowing oclntion oclntionBht1lnb
Blowing of whistles whl tlN at the navy wavyat yard yardat yardat
at noon next Friday will be the signal signalnot slJJWllIOt signalisot
not only for lunch but for or the first meet meeting JINetInb mastlug ¬
lug in t the campaign of Fred B Smith in inthe Iathe Inthe
the Interests of the Washington Y M MC 0C 0OR hiC
C A AOR AOs
OR the six ix days that he le t to be m mWashington lit litWashl letWashington
Washington Washl S Mr Smith will be busy His Hteitinerary HisIl1nerar Hisitinerary
itinerary includes visits to t jswltegae JDlhg lioges Fort FortMyer Fort1Iyer FortMyer
Myer workshops the marine barracks barrackswhere 1tarraekllwhete barrackswhere
where the jaekles will Brest him and aJMItalk aMtalks andtalks
talks talk to th the motormen motorm and conductors conductorsat
at the street car barns barnsPlans beuJUIPIaM barnsPlazas
Plans are ar completed pJted also for the big bigmeeting DI DIJJMetlns bigmeeting
meeting for men at the BeJasco Thea Theater T Ttor Theator ¬
tor next ett Sunday afternoon afterneonA
A committee of high school boys bo includ including IncludhS IncludIzig ¬
ing two from each h school ol Is to be 1Mleeted se selected so soleeted ¬
leeted to aid in the campaign An invi invitation Invl1U60 Invittkin ¬
tation to have Mr Smith join the Jack ujckIleI Jackles Jacklee
IleI lee I at mess ss when be visits IBlts marine bar barracks 1Munext herracics ¬
racks next Saturday turday at noon has hA been beenaccepted beenaecept beenaccepted
accepted aecept < by b the committee committeeSeveral committeeSeveral committeeSeveral
Several hundred of the regulars now nowat DO DOat nowat
at Fort Slyer ler will attend the mass meet insetIng meeting t tIng ¬
ing there on Thursday night December DecemberBut DecemberBut DecemberBut
But one meeting will be held for wom women women wonten ¬
en It will be at the Balance at 4 4J1 4J1ooJock 4oclock JO JOoclock
oclock Tuesday afternoon uecember 4 4The 4The 4The
The committee In charge of the cam campaign campalsn campalgu ¬
paign Is composed comp6 l of Henry B F Mac Macfarland Macfarland Macfarlend
farland H W Arnold Miles Ules M ShaRd SbaadH ShaRdH ShandH
H A 4 Thrift W H H 1I Smith John B BSleman Bsteman 13Sleman
Sleman jr Charles F Nesbit and MW M hiv L LBaldwin
W v Baldwin BaldwinOLD BaldwinOLD BaldwinOLD
OLD BEAU HELD AS VAGRANT VAGRA2TTFormer VAGRANTFJrmer VAGRANTFormer
Former Dandy of if Southwest Section SectionIs
Is Arreffted ArrefftedWhen ArrcsteIWhen rrcJIIteI rrcJIIteIWhen
When John W V Starr was arrested arre tid hut hutnight JutR lastnight
night R bt by Park Officer Regan for vagran vagrancy vagranC ¬
cy C the last step tp in a curious career was wastrodden WAftrodden wa watrodden
trodden troddenStarr troddenStarr troddenStarr
Starr WR W waj J for many man years the Beau DeauBrummel BeauDruu1eI BeauBrummel
Brummel ft e the southwest section ectlon tJon of the thecity tbeeft thecity
city eft and his home at H G street has been beenthe beenthl beenthe
the scene of many social gatherings He Hewas H Hwu Hewas
was one of the t bfO foremost t men mex in the plas plastering pl pltortg plastrhig ¬
tering trade in Washington Wut nston some H years yearsago yearsgo yearsatgo
ago go but retired and for some time has hasbeen hubNt hasbeest
been spending s dlng the savings of a lifetime lifetimeStarr IltettmeSUUr lifetimeStari
Starr was arrested arr tfd in company with a ayoung ayeung ayoung
young man named Sulivanof Sullt anot 866 G street streetand streetand treetaRd
and a charge of vagrancy was lodged lodgedagainst 10dgeela lodgedagainst
against a ftinst both When arrested the older olderman oldfrJIUUl olderSian
man who is nearly seventy still main maintained malntalnftI maintamed ¬
tamed something omethln of the genteel aspect aspectfor aspectfor aspectfor
for which he has been noted notedi ziotedJOHN
JOHN i F F1 ELLIS lliSG 71 CO
937 Penna AyeFor Aye Ave3PIA1O
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DISMISSAL DISTiISSALAPPROVED DISTiISSALAPPROVEDBailey APPROVED APPROVEDBailey APPROVEDBailey
Bailey and Spanish War Vet Veterans Veterans Veteras ¬
erans Stand by President PresidentSCORE PresidentBOORE PresidentSCORE
SCORE BROWNSVILLE TROOPS TROOPSSenntor TROOFSSenntor TROOPSSenator
Senntor Says They TJle Should lie as asGood a3Cooll asGood
Good n nH White Soldier and lld Local LocalDepartment LocalDepnrtnunt LocalIlepartuient
Department Commander that the thePresident thePrehlcnt thePresident
President Is Only Onl Upholding the theHonor the1I0nol theJiozior
Honor of Soldiers Uniform UniformSenator UnUorJ1lSenator IlniforniSenator
Senator Joe Bailey of Tx T s and the theSpftntoh tbeSpan theSjiiIek
Spftntoh Span War Veterans Vetera of the District of ofColumbia ofColumbia ofColumbia
Columbia are 1 stan41a standing tan4t by the ho President PresidentIn
In his diemicMl dk of the negu negsjtroops troops that thatcaused thatc thatcaused
caused c Hd the riot riots at Brownsville Tex Mr MrBailey 1olrBaJley MrBailey
Bailey says h he is confident people who whohave wllobave whohave
have the good of the service at heart will willcommend wIUco willcommnd
commend co the President for his h1 action and ahdth andtM abdthe
th tM Spanish War Veterans indorsed reso resolutions resolutJeu resohutlons ¬
lutions last night commending him as asPresident uPlWitdent asPresident
President and as a a comrade in their or organization orpllizaUOft orgasrizettlon ¬
ganization ganizationSenator pllizaUOftsator gasrizettlonSenator
Senator Bailey has just returned from fromCrystal fromCrttW fromCrystal
Crystal Springs Spd Miss where he attended attendedthe
the funeral of Ms mother and 4 would talk talkof tJtlkof talkof
of nothing but the troops When asked askedfor askedfor askedfor
for his hi opinion Senator Bailey assuming assuminga aS8Umln aS8Umlna
a calm Cf m Judicial manner and speaking speakingslowly s1tkfngalowJ speakingslowly
slowly as if fearing to commit himself himselfidly hlm himselfidly el elIdly
idly on a question of grave import die dictated dlctatecl dietated ¬
tated the following statement last night nightPresident nl nightrresident ht htI htPrelthlent
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President Ought to Know KnowI InowOIL
OIL I have not examined the question of the thePresidents thePre thePresldent
Presidents Pre Presldent kleAt power to discharge d the troops troopsaccording troopaccordl troopsaccording
accordl according to his order but with a Secre Secretary SeerQtary Secretary ¬
tary of War who is a great eat lawyer la wer a Sec Secretary SecrMar1 Sacrotary ¬
rotary of State who is also a great rt lawyer lawyerand JawlraDd lawyerand
and an Attorney General woo bo is sufficient sufficiently ufflcleatIy ¬
ly great eat as a an interpreter of the law to be beappointed bealtPOlnted beappointed
appointed to the Supreme Supre Bench I assume aasumethat assumethat atciumetthat
that President Roosevelt elt wac wa fully and andcorrectly IlAtcorrectly andcorrectly
correctly advised as to what he might law lawfully lawfull lawfully
fully full do doAssuming doAamine doAssuming
Assuming that he possessed the lb pow power power powar ¬
er I think all fair fairmtnded minded men who M do dosire 4 4re 4sire
sire re to me tti the army an orderly and law lawabiding lawaWdtR lawshelling
abiding < organization OI5 will 111 cordially in indorse InforM 1 1dorse ¬
dorse the positive manner in which the thePresident thePreflideont thePresident
President has exercised his power I have haveno haveno haveno
no doubt that the President Pret would have haveapplied banapplted haveapplied
applied th the same me heroic treatment t if the theoffenders theotfeIMI theoffenders
offenders otfeIMI had been white troops and see certainly C seetainly ¬
I Italnly
tainly nobody would insist that negro negrotroops tOtroo negrotrOOjiS
troops s shall balt be exempt from the same samerequirements RIrequirements samerequirements
requirements of orderly behavior beha nor which whichrests whichrests I Irt
rests upon and would have been enforced enforcedagainst cmforaedapllUlt enfemsdagainst
against white troops troopsSouth troopsSoutl1 troopsSouth
South IK Gratified GratifiedIt
It la particularly gratifying l1t7lng to the pee people pe0ple peepie ¬ I
ple of the South that the President has hasresisted nets netsresisted
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resisted the political dcal influence IAft which whichsought whichsought I Ifat
sought fat to have nave him rescind the order af after attat ¬ i it
tat t he had honed it To have rescinded rescindedor i
or even e to have modified the order after afterit afterIt 1 1It
it was onc once made would oulel have demoralised demoralisedthe demorallaedthe i itM
the army arM and produced uced incalculable incalculableharm incaJcwlable1banu incalculableharni
harm Ifl > n all of the Southern States StatesI l lI
I have not talked with any of o the theSenators theS4taton theSenators
Senators or Representatives Repre from the theSouth theSouth theSouth
South but it is is my opinion they wilt tit all allcordially altcordially i
cordially support the action of toe Presi President P President ¬ i
dent dentThe dentTb I
The Tb Senator refused ed to discuss dI8c the pos possibilities PM poesibilitles ¬ I
sibilities of making political capital out outof outof i iof
of the President action actio or the state statemeats atementJJ statemeats
meats of representative re t1t1ve negroes that they theywill tlleywill theywill
will support Secretary Taft for the Pres Presidential Presklentlal FreeIdential ¬
idential nomination In 1906 because he hesuspended heuspencJed hesuspended
suspended the order er discharging the ne negroes De DeI noSF005 ¬
groes Neither would be say anything anythingI anythingabout anythingabout
I I about the Focaker boom 8tartecl1ly started by other otheri otbercolored
t i colored men not in sympathy aym t Y with tk Taft TaftHe TattI
I He would at ar aothfja nothing of the1 the1govern tJt the govern governments gft gftats govena ¬
ments a ats chances in prosecuting the SCSJMI SCSJMIard StaJkIald StacaM
ard Oil Company and threw tlmt up his hishands bIshaDds hishands
hands in a gesture pst of resignation le when whenasked whenasked I
asked if the refusal of a grand jury at stAustin atAnstin
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Austin Tex to indict H day CIa Pierce Piercewould Pleree1ouhl Picreewould
would affect freet the Federal ca caM caMSollIlcrll caseSoldiers e eSoldier
Soldier Heartily JleartlI Approve ApproveThe tpproveThe IJpro e eTIM
The resolutions cotnnwndia COID commending aendbttr the ProM President ProMdQat Proddent ¬
dent were adopted at a a smoker given by bythe bythe y ythe
the John Jacob Astor Camp Calli U S S W v vat V Vat Vat
at a smoker er last night 1 pt The Tit member membership membership 1Nr 1Nrp ¬
ship p is composed ell of men in the t Soldiers SoMMersHome Sol4tl8f1lHome SoldiersHome
Home and alt have been disabled d I in ac active acUve antive ¬
tive service serviceDepartment serviceDvpsrtment
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Department I PlUlmeftt Commander Mitchell Mitchellbrought JtUteiteltht Mitchellbrought
brought ht the matter up when called upon uponfor Upollfor uponfor
for a speech b when he saM W the President Presidentwas PreaideAtwas Presidentwas
was actuated ach ted by a desire to uphold the thehonor tb tbboQor thehoooi
honor of the enlisted man He directed directedattention dlneteclattention directedettteution
attention to the Preadtleali PresM ants action act n m mother In Inother hiother
other attempts to preserve the t u honor of ofthe orthe ofthe
the soldiers and 00 the sailors uniform uniformNo vllttormNo uniformNo
No President of the United States StatMW Me Mesaid sosold
said W has M held a a higher regard for the theAmerican tMAMerica theAmerican
American soldier MId r than Theodore Ross Roosevelt ROOIMvelt Rossyak ¬
velt veltThe
The men whom he has punished acted actedthe acte41the actedthe
the part of outlaw and rufflam ruma think thinking thhakIn thinkIng ¬
ing In the uniform of the United States Stateswould Stateevoukl Stateswould
would shield them If that matter had hadgone hM50M baagone
gone unpunished by the President Pro tthent the theUnited theUJdted theUnited
United States army ann would have received receiveda receivedstamertn
a staggering blow blo and we would have haveeen bav6the haveseen
seen een the uniform of the soldier derided deridedmore dertdedmore deridedmore
more than ever everIH everb everIs
IH Disguised Race Question QuestionHad QuestionHad QuestionHad
Had tuesf tb soldiers > been white what hUe men menhe meahe menhe
he continued and had ba the Pros Pr President Went fol followed followed oi oilowell ¬
lowed the same course coww there would ovid have havebeen ba havebeen ve ve1f
been 1f n no outcry The whole wltol disturbance disturbancethat disturbancethat I Ithat
that has been created is in the last analy analysis analyeta ¬ i
sis simply the race question under an another anether ¬ I Iber
other ber guise The dismissal of white whitetroops whitetroops whitetroops
troops would never have caused such a afurore afurore afurore
furore I believe the people of the United UnitedStates UnitedStat UnitedStates
States Stat a indorse the action of the Prod Prosldttit PrOitnt Proddent
dent tnt who bo is i now condemned by the thepeople thepeople thepeople
people who applauded him when he in invited invited Invlted ¬
vited Booker Washington to his table tableA tbI tbItremendous tableA
A tremendous demonstration followed followedthe follow followedthe d dtb
the tb close e of Commander Mitchells speech speechA
A comrade from fro the New York Depart Department Department Departmeut ¬
ment asked that the meeting sanction toe toeaddress tbea4ir theaddress
address a4ir and be b was followed by others othersrepresenting otbersrepresenting othersrepresenting
representing nearly nearl every camp In the De Department De Department Dopartntont ¬
partment of the District of Columbia ColumbiRmany Columbiamany
I many many of whom served with colored troops troopsin troopsIn
in the Cuban campaign Each tried to toI toftrst tobe
I b be first to second > the motion f fer r Indorse Indorsement indoraement Indoreutent ¬
ment and it was finally agreed by a aI aunanlmou aunn1mou
I unanimous rising r vote vote that resolutions r t1Qns of ofapproval orapproal ofapproval
approval be drafted draft d and a copy sent t to toPresident toP toPresident
President P nt Roosevelt RooseveltWhite Roo RooseveltWhite evelt evelthlte
White hlte Men Were ere Dismissed DismissedAmong Dllmb DismissedAmong el elAmong
Among the guests was 8 Cot Thomas JC JCBrady 11Brady ZBrady
Brady a whitehaired whit halred veteran of the thecivil tbecivil thecivil
civil war past commander of the South Southern Southern Southem ¬
ern em California Veterans Association SS who whotold Whotold Whotold
told how in MTU a company of white whitesoldiersCompany whJtsoldlersC whitsoldiersCompany
soldiersCompany soldlersC mpany K K of the Thirteenth ThirteenthU ath athU
U S S Regulars commanded by captain captainI captainnow captainnow
I now Col MacArthurwas disbanded for fori forBhooUngup forshootingup
i sbooUngup the town to of Provost Utah Utahand Utahand Utahand
and no outcry of criticism erlUci n followed followedHe follOwedHe foil wed wedHe
He called attention too to the fact that thatby thatby thatby
by the terms of the Presidents decision decisionregarding deciafonregardlnb decisionregarding
regarding the battalion of the Twenty
fifth all noncommissioned JaOftcommlll toned officers om rs And Andprivates andprivates nl nlprht
prht privates may be reinstated rem tatoo if they will willcome willcome Wiltcome
come forward and reveal the guilty Indi Individuals Individuals tutUviduals ¬
viduals but up to date all have declined declinedto
to adopt such a course courseIncidentally coureInclclntally courseInekientaily
Incidentally It was stated by Com Comrades Comrades Cornrades ¬
rades Henry Foster of Miles Camp and andKessler nndKessler andKessler
Kessler of Astor Camp that the common commonly commonly commonly ¬
ly accepted report that the colored troops troopsof troopsof troopsof
of the Tenth Regiment saved the Hough HoughRiders RougbRiders RoughRiders
Riders at San Juan from nnnibiliaUon nnnibiliaUonat annIb1ItettIqat
at the bands of the Spaniards is erron erroneous erroneous orronsous ¬
eous as they were not near enough to tothe tothe tothe
the Rough Riders on June 24 to render renderany renderafty renderany
any assistance and that that in fact the thecolored theaolored thecolored
colored troops sustained but one casualty casualtyen casualt casualton
en that day dayFavors clltyFnorJII dayFavors
Favors Second Secon it Army Reserve newerreDepartment RelJerTeDepartment ReserveDepartment
Department Commander Mitchell in informed Inonnw Infoinied ¬
formed the veterans present that Com CornI
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manderInch f Miller who bo left Wash Washington Washfngton ¬ I IIngton
ington Friday after ftor a visit of o several severaldays leveraldnys severalclays
days conferred wth wIth Gen Ainsworth AinsworthMilitary AlnsworthMUlt4ry AtnsworthMilitary
Military Secretary of the War Depart Department Departmint Departmont ¬
mont mint before leaving with regard to the theformation theformation theformation
formation of a second army reserve to tobe tobe tobe
be composed of the United Spanish War WarVeterans WarVeterans Tar TarVctftrans
Veterans He stated that the War Vat De Department DepartmeRt Dopartatesit ¬
partment authorities were most favorably favorablyimpressed fllvorablyImpf8tHld favorablyimp
impressed imp d with the suggestion and that thatlegislation thategIsttfon thatlegislation
legislation will be sought at the coming comingsession comings6Hfon comingses
session ses ion of Congress which will carry the theproposition thopropOSition theproposition
proposition into effect effectDR effectDR effectDR
DR CHANCELLOR LEAVES CITY CITYStarts CITYStnrtJII CITYStarts
Starts on Trip of Inspection Through Thronfjhthe Thronghthe Throughthe
the South SontliDr SoutllDr SouthDr
Dr William B Chancellor superinten superintendent superintendent auperintendot ¬
dent of public Instruction left Washing Washington Washington Vasblngton ¬
ton yesterday for Nashville Tenn the theUrst theI1rat thefirst
first objective point of his trip through throughthe throughUae throughthe
the South in the course of f which he will willvisit will18It willvisit
visit 18It many Institutions of education edue tfon for forcolored torcolored forcolored
colored students including the Tuskegee TuskegeeUniversity TuskegeeUniversity
University Unlversft of which Booker T Washing Washington ¬ I
ton ig i president presidentThe pre presidentThe ldent ldentThe
The question as to payment of the sup superintendents supziriatsndents ¬
erintendents expenses for his journey journeywas journeywas journeywas
was settled before he left l tt Through As Assistant Assistant ¬
sistant Superintendent S pertntendent Hughe Dr Chan Chancellor Chancellor Chancellor ¬ 1
cellor acknowledged the Jlwrtesy 4zttrteay JUrtesy of the theDistrict theDltJtrict theDlttict
District Commissioners ialUlowing III Jk1 g an anPrOPrlLttOn ap approprjjUon
1Jro PrOPrlLttOn proprjjUon r tton sufficient to cover the cost of ofhig ofhi ofA4sther 1
hig hi MpI MpIAnother p
r Another A tber expense account accou II t however is isstill 18stili l lstill
still fn n abeyance the board bill of Dr DrChancellors DrCb DrCbaelloia
Chancellors Cb Cbaelloia IJor horse hor which amounts to toSM toSUM toiM
SM wr er r month This was held up by the theCommieskHteFS theCOtnxnldsloners
CommieskHteFS crnm ra oa the found that the thecharge thoe theehare I
e charge to excessive Assistant I nt United UnitedState UnitedStatell UnitedStaten
State Staten District Attorney McNamara repj rep reprseenUn J
resenting rseenUn the board of education 00 ucaUon has hasbeen hasbeen I
been asked a for a legal opinion as to this thisby thisby
by Admiral Admtrai3aJrd BaIrd president of the board boardBIG boarii boariBIG boardBIG I i
BIG GOBBLER DRAWS CROWD CEOWDTnrkey CROWDTurkey i iTnrke
Turkey Tnrke Alone In Show Window Af Afford Jfturclll Atfords ¬
ford turclll lUnch Diversion DiversionPeople I llversionPeople herJlJlonPeople
People are always aJwa looking for something somethingto
to it watch and it doesnt take much to at attract atact attract
tract attention attentionA j
I A plain everyday turkey tu re gobbler is on ondisplay onIn ondIsy
display in a Pennsylvania avenue show showwindow showy1IM1 showwindw
window y1IM1 and draws as large a crowd asthe asthe as asthe
the ordinary street fight or a slight sU < bt acc accident aCCldent accdent
dent dentTJwre dentThere
dentMawe
There is nottilagr unusual u at about ab ut the theturkey theturke theturkey
turkey turke but thousands stop at th the window windowevery 11ndowerr windowevery
every err day and JnIIaF man ss4ty of them remain for forflve forlve forflve
flve or ten minutes nlnu simply gazing at a t the theoM theold theold
old bird lit jwtt from a th the farm farmExcept tannExcept farmExcept
Except the Thanksgiving Tlaank tPvt Day bird and anda
a few common advertisements there is isabsolutely isa Isabsolutely
a absolutely utely nothing RotfalD in the window wlndo but butpeople butpeople butpeople
people are just t naturally curious When WhenUsey Whenthey Whenthey
they see a crowd gazing at something somethingthey 8QlnethingtlMy somethingthty
they fear to go on and miss something somethingSo 8Omethln 8OmethlnSo
So the turkey gobbler Ier struts about the thecynosure tbeC7ft011Ure thecynosure
cynosure of all idle eyes with no shud shuddering sbudtIerbIc shuddoting ¬
doting appreben apprehension lot1 of an ax axPOKER axPOKER axPOKER
POKER GAME IS RAIDED RAIDEDOne RAIDEDOne RAIDEDOne
One Sinn Arrented and Nine Others OthersXaiites OtberlXameH OthersNames
Names Taken MM Witnesses WitnessesEarly WitnessesEarly VltncsseEarly
Early yesterday morning mornt a light U bt in a asuspicions aroom asuspicious
suspicions room in a local hotel attracted attractedthe aUraetMthe attractedthe
the attention of Officer Vermillion of the theSixth theSlxth theSixth
Sixth precinct precinctSuspecting pftCinctSpectlnl precinctSuspecting
Suspecting that a poker game might mightbe mightbe mightbe
be in progress there he called Lieut LieutHedge LieutHod LisutHodges
Hedge ea and nd Sergeant Ser t Murphy urpby and to together toher toethi ¬
gether ethi her the t three entered ent Chips flew ft w in inevery Inevery inevery
every direction and an innocent expres expression exprHJdoA expressleet ¬
sleet was assumed by the tea t occupant occuptantbut occupantsbut H Hbut
but sufficient evidence was collected by bythe bythe
the officers oeers to arrest Bayard T Wrenn Wrennand Wrennand Wrennand I
and to talc taU the names of the nine other othermen othermen I
men who are to appear as witnesses witn A Ahundred Atassed
hundred dollars 18 was wa deposited ted by Wrenn Wrennwho Wrennwho renn rennJao I
who Jao was as alleged to have been running runningth runningthe i itheme
th theme the gam game This was wa forfeited In the Po Ponce PoUee Pulice ¬
lice nce Court CourtSOAK CourtSOAK courtSOAK
SOAK 6000 RABBITS IN OIL OILHealfh OILc OILHealth OILr OILHealth
r c
Health Officers Give Gamey G mey Meet MeetEookefeller MeatRookefeller eat eatRookcfeller
Eookefeller Flavor FlavorWashington FlavorohlnJton FlavorWashLington
Washington In Throe of Bunny BunnyFamine DnnnyFnmlne BunnyFamine
Famine OB Department Iln JlnlltJrnntl JlnlltJrnntlcd has Brand Brandcd Hrnnilcd
cd Ilcccnt Shipments ns Spoiled SpoiledPresent SpoiledIDCIIeatIoa SpoiledPresent
Present Indications point t to a a rabbit rabbitfamine raWMtt rabbitfamine
famine t IB Washington WashingtonOwing WaahInNtosIOwing aabiJIpoato
Owing to the unusually warm weather weatberfor weatherfor titer titerf
for f r the last week more than MM l ot tbote tboteanimals Utgpnt thee theeanimals
animals nt together with 2W9 birds of all allkinds allkkids U UkJn
kinds have spoiled and have been con condemned conde condamned ¬
med de by the health authorities authoritiesThe autlaorlthsTIM authoritiesThe
The inspectors have treated ut th tI tIpeet the sus suspected suspected ¬
pected peet rabbits n and ad biros to liberal doses dosesof dOH8of dosesof
of kerosene keroseneThe kenNIeaeThe keroseneThe
The star boarder therefore tberel re who is not notaccustomed BOtto notaccustomed
accustomed to a coal oil dressing dr with his hisrabbit bhJrabbit hisrabbit
rabbit should not lay the blame to the thelandlady thelandla4y thelandlady
landlady but to the health authorities authoritiesHigh authoriUettHJb authoritiesHigh
High game is appreciated by DYep1cares many manyepicures manyepicures
epicures of international fame f and the theAealer UteIer thedealer
dealer Ier probably sised the landlady lan4l1ad up as asa asa asa
a connoisseur connoisseurAccording COGDOIIueurAeeordlll connoIsseurAccording
Aeeordlll According to Dr Woodward most of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the rabbits that have been condemned condemnedwere COPdemnMwere condemnedwere
were shipped to the local markets from fromTennessee from fromTenn fromTennessee
Tennessee Tenn Their condition was called to tohis tohis tohis
his attention by an ocial of a local ex express exp cxprem ¬
press p company who said he had several severalcrates severaleratN severalcrates
crates he judged JucI unfit for consumption consumptionTwo con consumptionTwo umpUonTwo
Two inspectors were dispatched to the thescene theJlCeM thescene
scene and the remainder of the day daywas da dawas daywas
was spent in placing their stamp of dis digapproval dispproval dIsapproval
approval on the game One of the in inspectors Inpec10n Inspecters ¬
specters discovered a note tied about the thelegs tMIefa thelegs
legs of a rabbit evidently written by bysmall a asmall a asmall
small boy just large e enough eaou h to shoulder a agun Itgun agun
gun It read Mister giv me the money moneyfor mone monetor moneyfor
for them by return mall I need It ItJimmy ItJIIIUftT hi hiJInunj
Jimmy Wines WinesI
I reckon the little fellow will 111 be die disappointed da daappointed dieappointed ¬
appointed said the inspector as every everyone e everyone ry ryone
one of his hi stock was condemned condemnedTh condemnedTbe condemnedThe
Th The following condemnations have been beenmade Menmade bdenmade
made 5624 5 24 rabbits 34 342 42 chickens ch keftli 1452 game gamebirds gamebll geniebirds
birds 107 turkeys and 14 squirrels squirrelsKANT aqulrrelsMANY squIrrelsMANY
MANY NEGROES GROES ARRESTED AEBESTEDPolice ARRESTEDIollce ARRESTEDlohice
Police Clenr Seventh Street of Ob ObiiQixloii Obl1QxIOUH OhflQXiOuS
iiQixloii diameters diametersAs
As a result of the activity of the officers officersof ofikorsof officersof
of the Second precinct precl ct Seventh street streetwhich 5troetwbch stroetwbch
wbch baa hitherto been the loitering loiteringplace loiteringplace loiteringplace
place for or hundreds of obnoxious negroes negroeswas negroeaas negroeswas
was as comparatively quiet last night and andthe findthe andthe
the shoppers made their purchases with without without without ¬
out undue annoyance However a num number number auraher ¬
ber of arrests arr ts were made for unlawful unlawfulassembly uliJAwfuluambly unlawfulassembly
assembly and disorderly conduct conductAt conductl conductAt
At l midnight twentyfive arrests of ne negroes De Degroes nogrunt ¬
groes who had congregated congre ated in front of ofdrinking ofdrhad1lC ofdritking
drinking places were registered on the thobook tltobook thebooka
book Most of the prisoners deposited 5 5collateral 5 5collateral 1collateral
collateral each eachSAMUEL eaciaSAMUEL eachSAMUEL
SAMUEL GROSS IS ILL ILLSecretary ILLSecrctnr ILLSecretary
Secretary Secrctnr > of Washington Deposit DepoUCOUlpnn DepositCompany j jCompnny
Company Suffer a Breakdown IJrenlitlownSamuel BreakdownSantuel j jSamuel
Samuel Cross secretary and treasurer lroasurerof i iof
of the Washington Safe Deposit Company CompanyI
Is I ill at his home oa Harvard street nut sufferine sutfarlne nutteeing
teeing from a general neral breakdown of his hisne1VOU hisneivous j jneivoue
neivoue sysUm syst m According Acconti g to b his s daugh daughter d daughtee uglt uglttcr ¬
tee however he was slightly improved improvedlast fmpr improvedlast ed edlut
last night aJrhtBe nightHe I IHe
He is sM to be resting easier than he hehas hehaa hehas
has been for several days daysYonngr day dayYoung daysYoung
Young Fugitive IH Captured CnpturertHenry CnpturNI CnpturNIHenry CapturedHenry
Henry McPherson a young colored boy boywho boyWM boywho
who was wa sentenced tenced to the Reform School Schoolby Scboolby Schoolby
by Judge De Lacy of the Juvenile Court Courtsome CourtIOQle CourtSome
some weeks ago for forging a check checkescaped checkescaped checkescaped
escaped from that Institution Friday and andwas andwa andwas
was wa recaptured yesterday by Detective DetectiveParham DetectiveParham DetectiveParhun
Parham The boy on making his escape escapeimmediately escapeimmediately escapeImmediately
immediately returned tt tt > the house of Dr DrMurray DrMurmy DrMurray
Murray Wotter whose name he had hadsigned hadSlgn hadsigned
signed Slgn to the forged check cb k and by whom whomhe whomhe whomhe
he had been be n formerly ormerl employed
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A marriage license was issued yester yesterday yestfty yesterday ¬
day y at the District building < to Robert RobertMeier Robert1IIeler Robertleier
Meier and ad Rlisabeth Melee at one time timeman timeman timeman
man and wife 1t who 00 came to Washington Washingtonfrom VlaahlnstontlOtll Washingtonfroat
from Baltimore to be wedded ed again againIn againIn pln plnIn
In making maki the request for the certifi certificates certiftcates certiflcatss ¬
cates the two mentioned mention the th name aam of the theRev theRev theRev
Rev W T Thompson oD of this city as asreference 8Sfer8ACe asreference
reference fer8ACe but that clergyman said lost lostnight Instnight lastnight
night that he did not perform the cere ceremony ctr ceresony ¬ I
mony and that he had heard < nothing nothingwhatever nothin nothinwhatever nothingwhatever
whatever from the couple Mr Meier Meierwho Meierhe Meierwho
who he is steward wanl of the Maryland Club Clubat Clubat Clubat
at Baltimore D ltlmore is I thirtyseven years of ofage ota ofago
age a < e while the woman gave l her age as asthirtysix asthirtysix asthirtysix
thirtysix years yearsThe yearsThe yearsThe
The Meters It Is understood were ere origi originally originall originahly ¬
nally nall married some years f8JS ago Their Theirhappiness T Theirhappiness lr lrhappl
happiness happl was not just what each eachthought eachthMlght eachthought
thought it should have been and after afterdeliberating afterdeliberating afterdeliberating
deliberating on the matter finally ftnall decided decidedupon decidedupon decidedupon
upon a divorce But separation did not notbring DOtbrtag notbring
bring the happiness that each had hoped hopedand hopedand hopedand
and longer for and eventually eveatuall the two twobecame twobecame twobecame
became friends again Agreeing A reelnb for the thesecond the8ecoocl thesecond
second time to become man and wife 1fe the thepair thepair thepair
pair came to this city yesterday and took tookout tookout tookout
out a marriage licenseAnother license JiceltMAnotber licenseAnother
Another peculiar case which relates to tomarriage tomarriage tomarriage
marriage comes com from Rockville Md A Areport Areport Areport
report reached Washington Wa8hln on last night nightthat nbhtthat nightthat
that Miss Irene M Baron aged < eel nineteen nineteenyears nineteenyears nineteenyears
years of this city and Clarence M Ash Ashton Asbton Ashton
ton twentyotitt years old who wO is I a clerk clerkin clerkin clerkIn
in the t city hall at Baltimore obtained a amarriage amarriae amarriage
marriage license at Rockville yesterday yesterdayIt
It was also reported that the ceremony ceremonyhad ceremonyhad ceremonyhad
had been performed by Rev T J Pack Packard Packrd Packrd ¬
ard rd rector of Christ Episcopal Church Churchst Cburchlit Churchat
st Rockville Rev Packard started to toThe tone toThe
The Washington Herald d over the long longdistance longdistance longdistance ¬
distance telephone last evening e niDl that he hehadnt hehadnt hehadnt
hadnt married any an couple for at least leasta
a week At Baltimore it is said that thatAshton thatAshton thatAshton
Ashton is not known at the city clt hall ballFAVORS I IFAVOES
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champion of the United Stages who ho yes 188teralt yesterday j jterday
terday teralt visited the site with Engineer EngineerCommissioner EngineerComsnlosloner I ICorn
Commissioner Corn e BiddIe He skid Id the grounds groundsvrero groundswere groundswere
were excellent and particularly pa larly adaptable adaptablefor adaptabletor adaptablefor
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above ooe Milk House Ford A portion of ofthe ofthe ofthe
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