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THIS WASHINGTON HERALD SUNDAY NOVEMBER 25 1906
AMERICAN WOMEN HIT HITPrQf HITPiof
Prof M0naglian Says They Theyflaye TheyH Theyi
i flaye H Y6 Bad Taste TasteWASHINGTON TasteWASHINGTON Tastep
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S WASHINGTON WORK ASININE ASININEGovernment ASININECovernment ASINIIEGoveinment
Government Official Declares the tlieArchitectural theArch tileArchitectural
Architectural Arch tectural Scheme of tIle City CityHas CityHas CityHas
Has Been Rnineilbr Ruinell by Placing P1acin the theTreasury tberl1reaHury theFreaNnry
Treasury Building So Near the theWhite theWhite theWhite
White House 1I0useI1nve Hare 3Iuch to Learn LearnAmerican LearnAm LearnAmiican
American Am lcan women are lacking in taste tasteAmericans tasteAmericans tasteAmericans
Americans in general eneI1il lack proper appre appreciation appreciation appreelation ¬
ciation of true art and a botch has been beenmade boenmade beenmade
made of Wasltlngtons architectural beau beauties beautles beauties ¬
ties by placing the Treasury building so sonear sonear sonear
near the Whit House in the opinion of ofProf ofProto ofProf
Prof J C Monaghan of the Bureau Bur u of ofManufactures ofManufactures ofManufactures
Manufactures who talked on How the theOther theOther theOther
Other Half Lives before the Missouri So Society Soelel Soclety ¬
ciety elel last night nightThe nightThe nightThe
The professors strictures came as a part partof p partof rt rtof
of a scathing comparison between the theculture theoulture theculture
culture of Americans and Italians in inwhich Inwhich inwhich
which the latter got all the praise praiseJudge praiseJudge praiseJudge
Judge G A A Levitt president of the thesociety thesociety thesociety
society formally introduced Prof Monag Monaghan Monaghan Monagban ¬
han as the speaker of the evening The Theprofessor Theprof8S50r Theprofessor
professor after paying a high tribute to tothe tothe tothe
the various characteristics of European Europeanpeonies Europeanpeoples Europeanpeop4es
peonies said that the assertions made by bymaay bymansr bymany
many concerning the deterioration of the theItalian theItalian theItalian
Italian nation were absolutely false falseThe talseThe fatseTb
The Tb Italians today said the pro professor prof profosor ¬
fessor f r are re more mor highly cultivated and andmore andmore andmore
more progressive pr esshe than any other nation nationof nationof nationof
of the world orld our own country not ex exceptod 01ceptod OXceptod
ceptod More than this they have some something tomething sometiling ¬
thing which we Americana Amerlca cannot under understand understand understandS ¬
stand standS a real appreciation appreciation of true art tt The TheAmerican TheAmerican TheAmerican
American cottage of today cannot be becompared becompAred becompared
compared with ith the th cottages of any of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the enlightened European EuroPean nations least leastof leastof leastof
of of all the Italians ItaliansScores ItaliansScore ItaliansScorei
Scores American n trloan Women WomenThe WomenThe VomenThe
The American woman when she lie sees seesany seesflythIHgY 05 05nthlng
any nthlng thing that t1 tlt momentarily pleases her hereye herye herye
eye ye ye buys buysIt lt without any regard as to its itsartistic Itsrtlst1c Itsartlsth
artistic value 11M We Ye men are not allowed allowedfc aUowehRave
t fc have anything to say y In regard to the themanagement themanagoment themanagement
management of the household That is isleft Isleft isleft
left to the American woman and at atpresent atpr9ent atpresent
present her taste ta te has resulted in cot cottages cott cottagea ¬
tages t ges looking more like gingerbread gingerbreadnouses gingerbreadhoues gingerbreadIioues
houes nouses than the homes of civilized people peopleMuch peoplJ peoplJIuch psoplMuch
Much Iuch has ha been said s 1d concerning the thelawlessness thewlea8ne86 thelawlessness
lawlessness wlea8ne86 of the Italians True if they theyare they8ze
are re brought together in large cities and andamong and1t1ftOftt andanioeg
among surroundings that breed vice and andcrime indcrime andgrime
crime with their hot blood they are arebound arebound arebound
bound to do acts of violence They have havetheir bvetheir havetheir
their Mafia their Black Hand and in inthese IntheMe Inthese
these surroundings and with these e influ influences Influences intluCr1005 ¬
ences around them they the assassinate and andmurder andmurder andmurder
murder But if kept away from these In Influences InlIuenees influences ¬
fluences they are of more value alue to us than thanwe thanwe thanwe
we can possibly po appreciate appreciateSome appreciateSome appreciateSome
Some fellow has put the Treasury dl directly dlrectly dlTectly ¬
rectly In the path of an avenue which was wasoriginally wasorlglnaBy wasoriginally
originally designed to connect two of the themost themost thenost
most beautiful structures ever designed designedby designedD designedby
by D the hand of man the Capitol and thin tbnWhite tboThlte thinWhite
White Thlte House Who could have imagined imagineda
a more asinine piece of work than tho thohiding thohiding tluhiding
hiding of such a beautiful piece of archi architecture architecture architecture ¬
tecture as the Wnite vhUe House behind an another 811other another ¬
other building The Monument too is ismore illmor8 ismore
more than 400 feet away from the place placewhere placewhere placewhere
where it was As originally designed to be beplaced beplaced beplaced
placed another piece I 1J of architectural architecturalfolly architecturalfoll3o architecturalfolly
folly There are other examples of this thisneed thisneed thisneed
need of a a truer appreciation of the higher higherart higherart higherart
art too numerous to mention mentionHave mentionHnve mentionHaveiuch4o
Have Haveiuch4o Much < to Learn LearnTh L LearnTb4njercax arn
Th TIif Tb4njercax Amerlcane EclQ are arA a IJ1 ogrjesaive dstve race racea nee neea racea
a veryi very progr psegreve segreaye e racK race rae tiltt 1t tthey they have haveyet haveyet
yet much to lejfcrri l in the requirements reqt lremertts of ofart ofrt ofrL
art artA rt rtA
A year ago the gardens which my office officeoverlooks officerlooks officeoverlooks
overlooks rlooks bad not a single Italian la laborer 1borer haborer ¬
borer employed exiploy d on the premises Now Nowthey Nowthe ow owthey
they the have v five ftv who w are Italians and It is isfrom Isfrom isfrom
from them that we are learning the true trueappreciation true8Ppreclatlon trueappreciation
appreciation of the cultivation of the theflowers thefiowers theflowers
flowers flowersWhy fiowersWhy flowersWhy
Why should the fact that we are a acommercial acommercial at
t commercial people peope interfere with our eat eating eatInb eattug ¬
tug fruit and smelling flowers There Is Isno Isno isno
no adequate reason that I can see why whywe whywe whywe
we cannot be taught a proper apprecia appreciation apprecltlon appreciation ¬
tion of the beauties of nature and of art artThis artThis artThis
This side of our nature has been too long longneglected longneglected longneglected
neglected and we owe It to ourselves to toremedy toremedY toremedy
remedy this defect d rect in our education educationW03 educationWOMEN educationWOMEN
W03 WOMEN EN NOMINATE OFFICERS OFFICERSTicket OFFICERSTfclet OFFICERSPicket
Ticket Picked for Coming Election Electionby ElectionI Electionby
by I Relief Corps CorpsA CorpA
A A full ticket for election at the coming comingconvention comingonvcntlon comingconvention
convention of the Womens omens Relief Corps Corpswas CorpsAS Corpswas
was AS chosen last night at a meeting of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the campaign committee of the Depart Department DePArtment Departmeat ¬
ment of the Potomac at Schmidts Hall Hallon Hanen Hallon
on Ninth street Over a hundred members membersof
of the different local corps were present presentThis presentTbls presentThis
This election was es held in order that a abetter abetter abetter
better idea of the desired candidates could couldbe couldbe couldbe
be had before the convention in February FebruaryThe FebruaryThe FebruaryThe
The chief work of the meeting was that thatof thatof thatof
of naming Mrs Isabel 11 > 1 W p Ball for presi president president president ¬
dent Of the three candidates proposed proposedMrs proposedMrs proposedMrs
Mrs Ball received the majority of the thevotes theotes thevotes
votes otes cast castThe cutThe castThe
The following officers were picked Mrs MrsIsabel llrsIbel MrsIsabel
Isabel W p Ball 11 president Mary B B Leon Leonard Leonard Leonarch ¬
ard senior vice president Cora L Smith Smithjunior Smithjunior Smithjunior
junior vice president Annie Cromwell Cromwelltreasurer Cromwelltreasurer Cromwelltreasurer
treasurer Jennie R R Cusick chaplain An Anexecutive Anexecutive Anexecutive
executive board of the following was nom nominated nomInated nommated ¬
inated Christine W Dunlop chairman chairmanAnnie cbalnnonAnnie chairmanAnnie
Annie B Frost t Katie V Harris Mary MaryMclntoeh Maryltlclnto
h
Mclntoeh Mclnto h h and Laura V Seymour SeymourDefender Se3omourD
I Defender D enlcr of Greeks Arrested Too TooFor TooFor TooFor
For protesting at what he h considered consideredthe consideredth consideredthe
the th unjust unust arrest of four Greek fruit fruitvenders fruitcnders fruitvenders
venders eat night L L W Conroy ConM of 1300 1300W 1300r 1300wr
W r street northwest north est was as arrested by Offi Officer omC6r Officer ¬
cer Galloway Conroy exceeded the proper propervernacular properernacutar propervernacular
vernacular in voicing voldn his disapproval and andwas andwas andwas
was forced to deposit lO 10 collateral Two Twoof Twoof Twoof
of the Greeks arrested bore the Homeric Homericnames Homericnames Homericnames
names of Aeschylus Zedoc and Pericles PericlesCalamus PericlesCalamu PerIclesCalantus
Calamus Each of them left K 5 for ob obstructing obstruetlnb obstructing ¬
structing the sidewalk aldewalkMiHS sidewalkJIIfts sidewalkMiss
Miss Wntkin ntkinlf Buried Here HereTho HereTho HereThe
Tho funeral services of Miss US8 Amelia E EWatkins EWatkins EWatkIns
Watkins took place Friday afternoon at
2 oclock ck at atthe the residence of her brother brotherA I IA
A R R Watkiis atklrfs hiS D street northeast northeastRev northeastRev
Rev Dr George Maydtvell of the Waugh WaughM VaughI l
M I E Church officiating Miss Watkins Watkinsfoimerly Watkinsolmerly Watkinsfoznterly
foimerly resided in Ithaca N Y The In Interment Interment InV ¬
V terment was In the family lot at Forest ForestLake ForestLake ForestLake
Lake Cemetery CemeteryTeachers CerneteQTeacherll CemeteryTeachers
Teachers Take Examination ExaminationWritten ExnminntionWritten ExaminationWritten
Written examinations were held at atFranklin atFlaJtJclln atFranklin
Franklin School yesterday In which a anumber anumbor anumber
number of competitors took part for forthree torthre forthree
three thre teachers positions in the public publicschools publischools publicschools
schools of the city clla a male teacher of ofphysical ofph ofphysical
physical ph sical culture a male teacher te cher of mathe mathematics mathematics mathematics ¬
matics and a a teacher either male or fe female female female ¬
male of mechanical drawing drawingWater drawingWnter drawingWater
Water Flow 1 low Diverted DivertedThe DIvertedThe DivertedThe
The mysterious loss of water and low lowpressure lowprelIre lowpressure
pressure In what hat is known as the fourth fourthhlgKpreseure fourthhlghpreseure fourthhigkpreseUre
hlgKpreseure service or the section of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the city near tort Reno reservoir wasexpeJned wa waexpalnod was wasexpelnod
expelnod yesterday by b the discovery dl8cov ry that thatsome thatsome thatsome
some one had tampered with the valve valveat valveat olve olveat
at Wisconsin wJ conshi avenue and Woodward lane laneSoldiers laneSoldIers laneHOiIl
Soldiers Home HOiIl Inspected InspectedThe InllllcctedThe InspectedThe
The board boA of managers ma 18gers of the temporary temporarysoldiers tcmporansold1ersItome temporarysoldiers
soldiers sold1ersItome horn home a held a meeting last night nightat nightat nightat
at which the annual finnuallnspectlon Inspection of ofthe the in institution Institution inMitution ¬
stitution was performed by Department DepartmentCommander Dep DepartmentCommander rtment rtmentCemmander
Commander B F Entrikin G A A R R and andstaff andstan andatait
staff
CHECK cHECK BRINGS WOE WOEWaiter WOEV11ter WOEWaiter
Waiter Sent to Asylum Instead of ofReceiving otRecehing ofReceiving
Receiving Expected Reward RewardRichard RewnrdRichard RewardRichard
Richard Brooks a young man employedas employed mpOYedIU
as a a waiter in in a local rathskeller tear tearfully tea teafully tearfully ¬
fully told a story of his hlsiflisfortIneS misfortunes misfortunes In Inhid Inhttl Inhi
hid hi cell at the First precinct yesterday yesterdayafternoon yesterdayafternoon esterdayttcrnoon
afternoon afternoonBrooks afternoonBrooks ttcrnoonBrooks
Brooks claims that while walking Vo1 klng along alongF
F street he saw a piece pi of o paper blowing blowingIn blowln blowlnIn
In front of him himHe himHe himHe
He picked plck d it up up and found that It ita was wasa Waila
a check for 31001 0ll on the Riggs Bank and andon andon andon
on the back was an offer of 1490 reward rewardfor rewardfor rewardfor
for the return of same me He proceeded proceededhastily proceededha proceededhastily
hastily ha Uly to the bank only to find It closed closedand closedand closedand
and then thinking that t at he might obtain obtaina o ln lna
a part pftrt of the reward took the check to tothe tothe tothe
the police headquarters headquartersAn
An examination exlU lnatIon led to the conclusion conclusionthat conclusiontht conclusionthat
that that the man was suffering from insane insanedelusions tns Insanedelusions ne nedelusions
delusions and he was sent to the Wash Washington WashIngton Ii IiIngton ¬
ington Asylum Brooks had already made madehis madehis madehis
his plans for spending the reward and andwas andWas andwas
was much disappointed that he should be beforced beforced beforced
forced to wait for It It even for a few fewdays fewdays fewdays
days daysLEAVES daysLEAVES
daysLEAVES
LEAVES FUND TO CEMETERY CEMETERYMrs
Mrs Dn Bols Wants V nts Grave Cared CaredFor CnrdFor CadFor
For and Remembers Friends FrlenilsRock lirlcutIMRoek FriendsRock
Rock Creek Cemetery is remembered rememberedunder rememberedunder rememberedunder
under the will of Carrie L L Du Bois Boigdated Boisdftted Boledated
dated May ay 23 3 1006 and led fOr probate probateSesterday probateesterda probateyesterday
yesterday esterda One hundred dollars is de devised deYised devised ¬
vised to this cemetery for th the care of her herburial her herburial herburial
burial lot lotHouse lotHouse lotHouse
House and lot at 1S45 134 Q street northwest northwestis
is given to her sister Elizabeth G Sea Seaman Beaman Be Beman ¬
man and her two brothers Charles L
Du Bois and Rhesa G Du Bois Her Hersister Hersister Hersister
sister Elizabeth G Bearaan also re receives receives recetves ¬
ceives property prOpert located in Denver D nver Col ColAll Co CoAll ColAll
All her personal property is to go to her hersister hersister
sister and her dear friend Dome T Par Parrotte ParroUe Parrotte
rotte Rhesa G Du Bole Bo s Is named as asexecutor asetocutor asexecutor
executor executorMASONIC etocutorMASONIC executorIASONIC
MASONIC FAIR PLANS FIXED FIXEDOfficers FIXEDOfficers FIXEDOfficers
Officers Chosen to Arrange for the theEntertainment theEntertainment theEntertainment
Entertainment EntertainmentB
B F Smith of Lafayette Lodge Is laElected IsElected IsElected
Elected Chairman GJlnlrl11nnProceeelH ProcccilM to toBe toBe toBe
Be Devoted Deoted to Temple TemplePermanent Temp TemplePermanent e ePermanent
Permanent organization of the board of ofcontrol oCcontrol ofcontrol
control of arrangements arrangemen for the Masonic MasonicFair X1cFair MasoekFair
Fair to be held in Washington next nextspring nextspring nextspring
spring was effected last Ia t night by the tlt elec election el4etlon doe doetion ¬
tion of f the following officers Chairman ChairmanB
B F Smith Lafayette Lodce vice chair chairmen chairmen chairmen ¬
men L L R Ginn Harmony Lodge Jaco Jacobus Jacobus Jacobus ¬
bus S Jones Columbia Lodge Lod F A ASabring A ASebring ASebring
Sebring Dawson Lodge secretary F R RUnderwood RUndcrwood RT7nderwood
Underwood Harmony Lodge treasurer treasurerJames treaaurerJames traurerJames
James A A Sample Columbia Ledge LedgeThe L9cJgeThe LodgeThe
The proceeds of the fair are to be de devoted devoted dovoted ¬
voted to the erection of the new Masonic MasonicTemple liIatcTemple MaaoekTemple
Temple TempleIn
In welcoming Chairman Smith the thetemporary tltetemporary thetemporary
temporary chairman John H Small jr jrpromised jrpromised Jrpromised
promised him the support of the board boardof boardof i iof
of control which is composed com of repre representatives representatives reprosentatives ¬
sentatives of fortyone Masonic lodges lodgesIn IodgffSIn lodgesin
In the District Every effort he said saidwould sskIwould saidwould
would be made by b them in assisting 88t In Inofficers Inofficers Inofficers
officers to make the fair a success wcc In Inreplying Inrepbing Inreplying
replying Chairman Smith thanked the themembers themembers themembers
members present for or their cooperation cooperationand ctopertIOtland cooperationand
and said that if the success of the fair fairdepended fairdepended fairdepended
depended upon hard work it was already alreadyassured alreadyassured
assured assuredUpon assuredUpon assuredUpon I
Upon motion of Thomas C Noyes a aresolution aresolution
resolution was passed authorizing the theboard theboftrd theboard
board of control to appoint subcommit subcommittees 3Ubcommlttees nubeommittees ¬ I
tees to arrange the various details of the thefair thefair thefair
fair Mr Noyes suggested that the fair fairbe fairbe fairbe
be held beforethe first of May to which whichtho whichtho whichthe
tho chairman chal an an reputed that It was Vou an the in intention Intention intentlon ¬
tention of the board to open on the night nightof nightof nightof
of the date of the laying of the corner comerstone cornerstone cornerstone
stone of the new Masonic Temple which whichhas Vohlchhas whichhas
has not been en definitely definitely determined determinedFATHE detennlnedFATHERQUllL determinedFATEER
FATHE FATHERQUllL Q1iILL WILL PREACH PREACHTo PREACHTo
To Have Charge Chnr e at Late Mass la8s In InHoly InJlol inHoly
Holy Jlol Trinity Inlt Church ChurchRev ChurchRev ChurchRev
Rev Father P J Quill of Georgetown GeorgetownUniversity GeorgetownUniversity GeorgetownUniversity
University will preach the sermon at atlate at1to atlate
late mass at Holy Trinity Church this thismorning thismorning thismorning
morning morning The Improvements on the thechurch tbechurch thechurch
church edifice cdl ce commenced comme eM several weeks weeksago Voeekllago weeksago
ago have bvebeen been completed and add greatly greatlyto Kre tly tlyto
to the appearance appe raneo of the historic old oldbuilding oldbuilding oWbuilding
building Glass doors and vestibules vestibuleshave vestibuleshave etltlbuletihave
have been placed at all three of the main mainentrances mainentrances mainentrances
entrances from from O Thirtysixth and N Nstreets Nstreets Nstreets
streets and a new baptistry has been beeninstalled beenInstalled beeninstalled
installed installedCommencing InstalledCommencing installedCommencing
Commencing January C and continuing continuingtwo continuingt1O continuingtwo
two weeks until January 30 a mission missionwill missionwill missionwill
will be held in the church by the Jesuit JesuitFathers JesuitFathers JesuitFathers
Fathers It is i not known yet just who whowill whowill whowill
will be assigned to conduct the services servicesbut servicesbut servicesbut
but Father Harlan the pastor stated he hehad hehad hehad
had made application for an assignment assignmentand a assignmentand sl ment mentand
and was expecting e pectlng a reply every day dayThis da daThis dayThis
This will be the first rst mission held in inTrinity InTrinity inTrinity
Trinity Church for several years yearsHoly yearsHoly yearsHoly
Holy Trinity lrinlt is not only the oldest oldestCatholic oldestCatholic oldestCatholic
Catholic parish in the city but the oldest oldestof oldestof oldestof
of any denomination in the District hav having havIng hayIng ¬
ing been established in Georgetown be before be before before ¬
fore the present site of the Capital was waslaid WASlaid waslaid
laid out outLast outLast outLast
Last night was the banner night at atleast at1east atleast
least from the standpoint of the mascu masculine masculine inasculine ¬
line visitors attending the bazaar b zaar being beingheld beingheld beingheld
held in the school hall The girls from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the Convent of the Visitation attended attendedin
in a body bod and lent charm to the many manyother manyother manyother
other interesting features Surrounded Surroundedby Surroundedby Surroundedby
by the mystery and romance that has al always alwas always
ways attached aU ached to them they were easily easilythe easilythe easilythe
the center of attraction They had their theirusual theirusual theirusual
usual bodyguard of Sisters however and andyoung andyoung andyoung
young men were kept at a safe distance distanceThe distanceThe distanceThe
The Haystack Monument Is the sub subject subject mbjeet ¬
ject of the sermon to be delivered by Dr DrWallace DrVallace DrWallace
Wallace Radcliffe at the morning serv service servIce service ¬
ice at New York Avenue Presbyterian PresbyterianChurch PresbterlanChurch PresbyterianChurch
Church today This evening he will take takeas takeas takeas
as his text The Man 1 1an in the Lost Church
PICK GOIPERS AGAIN AGAIAmerican AGAINlnericall AGAINAmericaii
American lnericall Federation of La Labor Labor Laboil ¬
boil bor Eeelects Reelects Old Board BoardNORFOLK BoardNORFOLK BoardNORFOLK
NORFOLK GETS G TS CONVENTION CONVENTIONAdopt CONVENTIONAdopt CONVENTIONI CONVENTIONAdopt
I
Adopt Radical Declaration of Prin Principles Prlnclples Princlpies ¬
ciples Advocating Compulsory Pri Private Pr Prnte PrSflte ¬
vate nte Bath Free Textboolcnand a aSjHtem nSHtem aSystem
System of Currency Not Manlpn Manlpnlable 1InnlpuJnble ManipnInbie
lable by the Banking Interests InterestsMinneapolis Intcrests1Unno InterestsMinneapolis
Minneapolis 1Unno poIls Minn Nov 24 2Vlth With the thereelection theroelectIon thereelection
reelection of all the present officers officersand Omce1Sand officoraand
and the adoption of a decidedly radical radicaldeclaration radicaldeclaration radicaldeclaration
declaration of principles the convention conventionof
of the American Federation of Labor con concluded conCluded coneluded ¬
cluded its labors hare here and all of the offi officers officers sillcers ¬
cers and delegates unite in declaring that thatit thatIt thatit
it was th the most successful annual meet meetIns meetIng meetIng
Ing in the Federations history historyThere historyThere historyThere
There was is but one discordant note no to in intodays Intodays intodays
todays proceedings and it was WM when whenVictor wh n nVictor nVictor
Victor L Berger the socialist delegate delegatefrom delegatefrom delegatefrom
from Milwaukee openly opposed the re reelection reelection reelection ¬
election of President Gompers It was wasunderstood WftSunderstood wasunderstood
understood that Berger but voiced the thesentiment thesentiment thesenthnent
sentiment of his own organization which whichhad whichbad whichhad
had instructed him to oppose Gompors Gomporsto
to the last lastThe lastThe lastThe
The next session > of the Federation will willbe wIJIbe willbe
be held in Norfolk Va VaOld VnOJe VaOld
Old OJe Hoard Again Xnmetl XnmetlThe NaineiLThe nmeIJ nmeIJThe
The following sro the officers elected electedPresident electedPresidentSamuel electedPresidentSamuel
President PresidentSamuel Samuel Gompers Washing Washlngton Washington Vashlngton
ton tonFirst
First vice president lHesldentJamcs James Duncan DuncanQuincy DunoonQulney DuncanQuincy
Quincy Mass MassSecond Ma MaSecond MassSecond
Second vie vice tee president presidentJohn John Mitchell MitchellIndianapoHe MitchellIndianapolt MitchellIndianapoha
IndianapoHe IndianapoHeThird IndianapoltThird IndianapohaThird
Third vice president lHe presidentJames ldontJamos James OConnell OConnellWashington OConnelJWashington OConnellWashington
Washington WashingtonFourth WashingtonFOUrth WashingtonFourth
Fourth vie vice president presidentMax Max Iax Morris MorrisDenver MorrisDenver Iorris
Denver DenverFifth DeftyerPttth DenverFifth
Fifth vice president prellldantD D A Hayes Phil Philadelphia Philadelphla Philadeiphis ¬
adelphia adelphiaSixth adelphlaSIxth adeiphisSixth
Sixth vice president lHesklentDan Dan B Keefe De Detroit Detroit Dotrot ¬
troit troitSeventh troitSeventh trot t tSeventh
Seventh vice president prosfdentWilJlam William D DHtimbar DHumber DHuinber
Htimbar Indianapolis ladtemtpoHsEighth IJldlanapoHsEighth IndianapolisEighth
Eighth vice president prdcntJ J F Valentine ValentineCincinnati VolcntlnCIncinnati
Cincinnati CincinnatiTreasurer CincinnatiTreasurerJohn < jTrouurerJobn
Treasurer TrouurerJobn John B London Lonion Blooming Bloomington
i ton 111 111Secretary IHSecretaryFrank IliSecretaryFrank
Secretary SecretaryFrank Frank Morrison Washing Washington Washington Tahlngton ¬
ton tonJohn
John Dempsey of the Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaMiners Pannsylvanlaners PennsylvaniaMiners
Miners ners and F 12 Kpleeky of the In International Internatloaal Internatlonal ¬
ternational Barbers unions were chosen chosenfraternal coo chosenfraternal on onfraternal
fraternal delegates dele tes to visit the British Brittentraders Brlttsbtrader Britishtraders
traders and labor convention conventionAdopt conventionAtlopt conventionAdopt
Adopt Radical Profirramme ProfirrammeThe ProJTnmmeThe ProgrammeThe
The following Is the declaration of ofprinciples ofprlndplll ofprinciples
principles adopted adoptedFree adoptedFree adoptedFree
Free schools achools compulsory education and andfree andfree andfree
free text books booksUnrelenting booksUnrel6ntlag booksTJnrelontlng
Unrelenting protection prot cUon against the Is Issuance issuance issuance ¬
suance and abuse of court injunctions injunctionsWorkday InjuneUonWorkday injunctionsWorkday
Workday of not mere than eight ht hours hoursIn hoursIn hoursIn
In twentyfour twentyfourStrict ttenufourStrict twentyfourStrict
Strict recognition of not over eight eighthours elgbtboun eighthours
hours per day on all Federal State or ormunicipal ormuntctpal ormunicipal
municipal work and at not less than the theprevailing theprevalUng theprevailing
prevailing per diem wage rate of the class classof clusof classof
of employment in the vicinity Iclnltywhere where the thework Utework thework
work Is performed performedRelease performedReleae performedRelease
Release Releae from employment empI Tment of one day in inseven Inseven Inseven
seven sevenAbolition sevenAbolition sevenAbolition
Abolition of the sweatshop system systemSanitary systemSanitary systemSanitary
Sanitary Inspection 1n p Uon of factory work workshop wOIkshop workshop ¬
shop mine and home homeLiability homeLlabtUty homeLiability
Liability of employers for Or injury to body bodyor bodyor bodyor
or fees of life lifeNationalization liCeNaUoaaUzatto lifeNatlonaftzatloa
Nationalization of telegraph and tele telephone tolophone tolephone ¬
phone lines linesWant linesnut linesWant
Want nut Compulsory COlllPubor Private Bntlm BntlmPassage DatlulPage BnlssPassage
Passage of unti antlchd tiekla hnd labor 1 Bor Ions In InStates InStates InStates
States where they do not m t exist o lst and rigid rigiddefense rigid rigiddefeaH rightdefense
defense of them where they have been beenenacted beenenACted beenenacted
enacted into laws lawsWoman JawslVoman lawsWoman
Woman suffrage < rage coequal with man suf suffrage suffrage sufftage ¬
frage frageSuitable frageSUitable ftageSeltablo
Suitable and plentiful plenUfutplas play grounds for forchildren forchildren forchildren
children in all clUes citiesContinued clUesContinued clUesContinued
Continued agitation st ltJon for public bath sys system systern 8 8tem ¬
tem in all cities citiesQualifications citiesQualifteaUons citiesQualilkatione
Qualifications in building permits In all allcities A11cities altcities
cities that there shall bo bathroom and andbathroom andbathroom andbathroom
bathroom attachments in all houses or orcompartments orcompartrnenUi orcompartments
compartments used for habitation habitationFaoring habitationFa habitationFaoring
Faoring Fa orlnS a system of finance whereby wherebymoiHy whereb wherebmo wherebymon4y
moiHy mo fY shall be issued exclusively by the thegovernment thegovernment thegovernment
government with ith such regulations and re restrictions ro rostrlcUon rostrietlone ¬
strictions as a will protect it from manipu manipulation manipulation manipulatlon ¬
lation by the banking interests for their theirown theirown theirown
own private gain gainALLOWED gainALLOWED gainALLOWEi
ALLOWED ALLOWEi WIPE Wi ± TO TEND BAR BAHAtifjust BARAngu BARAugust
August Angu t Sclrrrnrtz Will In GotXo Get Get o Appeal Appealfrom AIpealtrol11 Appealtroni
from Decision DcchllonThe DecisionThe DecisionThe
The District Court of Appeals yester yesterday yesterday cster csterday ¬
day denied the application for a writ of oferror oferror oferror
error to the Police Court for a review of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the judgment of the latter tribunal sus sustaining sustaining mistaintzig ¬
taining the act of Congress of March Iarch 3 31SJ8 31W1 31t
1SJ8 1t forbidding the th employment of female femalebarkeepers femalebArkeepers femalebarkeopere
barkeepers barkeepersApplication bArkeepersAppitcRtlon barkeopereAppftcatlon
Application was made by b August AugustSchwartz AUbl5tSchwartz AugustSchwartz
Schwartz who was convicted November NovemberI
1 before Judge Kimball for allowing his hiswife bls1fe hiswife
wife 1fe to dispense intoxicating liquor over overthe overthe overthe
the bar at his place of business and was wasfined wasftned waslined
fined 50 50GIVES 59 59GIVES 5OGIVES
GIVES HER BABY FOR 8 BILL BILLMother BILLJlotbcr BILLMother
Mother Turn Turns Boy in to Settle Board Boarding BoardInJ BonedIng ¬
ing Account AccountPasmic AccountPQMIc AccountPassaic
Passaic PQMIc N J Nov No 2L MBccausc Because she shewas shewas shewas
was unable to pay PfI a board bill of S8 S81larln 8Maria 8 8Maria
Maria Mucsinka a goodlooking Hungar Hungarian HungarIan Hungarinn ¬
ian woman of this city gave her little littleson littleson littleson
son Alexander three years oors old to F W WBacher 1rBacher WBacher
Bacher and his wife who ho agreed to settle settlethe settlethe settlethe
the claim claimIn claimIn claimIn
In an agreement drawn up by b a notary notarypublic notalpublic notarypublic
public a few days ago the woman re relinquished relInquished relinquished ¬
linquished all claim to her child
I
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Chartreuse 125 125 bottle
I Benedictine SLIO L10 bottle bottleI
I Creme de Menthe MentheThe 75c C bottle
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ME BONI A WAITER 1 TO ARMS ARMSCount AItMSCount ARMSCount
Count Cables Hot Challenge to Mar Martin 3Inrtin 3Iartin ¬
tin Who Offered the Job JobNew JobNew JobNew
New York Nov 24 241 M Martin pro proprietor proprJ propriotor ¬
prietor prJ tor ot the noted restaurant at the thecorner thecornor thecorner
corner of Broadway and Twentyeighth Twentyeighthstreet Twentyeighthstreet Twentyeighthstreet
street is i secretly taking lessons lessonsfencing In Infencing n nfencing
fencing and practicing with a revolver revolverhis revolverIlls revolverhis
his friends say sa since sh1 o he received a cable cablegram cablegram cablcgram ¬
gram today from Count Bonl de Castel Castellane Castellano Castellane
lane laneMartin
Martin offered Boni a job as head waiter waltorat waltarat waiterat
at a salary of 10000 10000 This Is the reply replyMy replyMy replyMy
My friend Count de Cubsac will call callupon caUupon callupon
upon you and demand reparation with witharms witharms witharms
arms for your insult CASTELLANE CASTELLANSMartin CASTELLANEMartin CASTELLANEMartin
Martin says he thinks it Is a joke and andhis andhis andhis
his tone implies Implies that he hopes so He has hasnever hasnever hasnever
never heard of Count do Cubsac CubsacBut CubsacBut CubsacBut
But the most Improbable part part of the thechallenge thechallenge thechallenge
challenge according to Broadway gossip gossipIs gos ip ipIs
Is that the message mEs6age was prepaid prep ld Few Fewthink Fewthink Fewthink
think that Boni in the days of his wreck wrecked wracked wrecked ¬
ed finances could c uJd have done It ItCHIEF It ItCHIEF itCHIEF
CHIEF QUOTES COLUMBUS COLTTMBtJSCrazy COLUMBUSCrazy COLUMBUSCrazy
Crazy Snake Appeals to Senate Com Committee Commfttee Cornmittee ¬
mittee to Fulfill Promise PromiseTulsa PrombeTulsa PromiseTulsa
Tulsa Ind Tr T Nov 24 2IChltto Chltto Harjo Harjobetter Harjobet Harjobetter
better bet leI known as Crazy Snake chief of a afaction afaction afaction
faction of the Creek Indians made a adramatic adramatic I IdromKtic
dramatic appeal yesterday before the Sen Senate Senate Sonate ¬
ate Committee Comml tee on Indian Affairs AffairsHe AtralrsI AffairsHe
I He pleaded for a return to conditions conditionsunder condlUonBI conditionsunder
under the treaty treat of 1812 when the Indians Indiansheld Indlansheld Indiansheld
I held land in common and roamed the theforest theforest theforest
forest at will willIn willuIn willIn
uIn In 142 140 when a man landed named Co Columbus Columbus Golumbus ¬
lumbus on American shores whom did ho hofind befind hofind
find here cried Harjo Did be find the thewhite thewhite thewhito
white man No he found the Indian IndianWhat IndianVhat IndianWhat
What did he say to the Indian He said saidThe saldThe saidThe
The land is all yours I will protect protectyou protectyou i iou
you youSTEAL youSTEAJJ ou ouSTEAL
STEAL 6000 SHOOT AGENT AGENTExpress AGENTExpress AGENTExpress
Express Company Employe Stum Stumbles Stumbles Stumliles ¬
bles on Robbers in Night NightBaltimore NightBaltimore I iI i illnlUmore
Baltimore Burglars Sack Three ThreePlncen ThreePlnce ThreePlaces
Places Getting Cherring Chiewin Gum and andHair andHair andHair
Hair Oil OK Chief Booty BootyCharleston BootyCharleston BootyCharleston
Charleston W p Va Nov 24 24Three Three rob robbers robOOrs robbars ¬
bars obtained t 4t00 < < X In cash from the theAdams theAdaJINJ theAdams
Adams Express Companys office at atDayford atDROrd atDayforl
Dayford Kanawha County Count this morning morningbefore morningbetore morningbefore
before daylight after shooting Agent V VE VE VE
E Adam and firing the office officeDuring officeDuring officeDuring
During the night Adams remembered rememberedhe
he had failed to bill some cars on a a side sidetrack sidetraek sidetrack
track and returned to the office He was wasseized WIlSseized wasseized
seized by three men who bound his hands handsand handsand handsand
and carried him some distance away Be Before Betore Before ¬
fore the robbers were out of sight he hemanaged hemanaged hemanaged
managed to free his hands and nd fired at atthem Atthem attheta
them with a pistol they had overlooked overlookedThe overlookedThe overlookedThe
The robbefs rob robbrs returned the tire and hit hitAdams hitAAluns hitAdams
Adams in the leg They then robbed the theoffice theoffice he heomeo
office officeBloodhounds omeoBloodhounds officeBisedhounds
Bloodhounds are at the scene and a aposse aIMMNJe aposse
posse is scouring the eountry countrySteal eountrySteal eountrySteal
Steal Hair 011 and Chewing Ch wlnJ Gum GumBaltimore GumBaJttmore GumBaltimore
Baltimore Nov 81 tHalr Hair oil facial facialcream fAdalcreem facialcream
cream and chewing gum wore the th chief chiefbooty chle chlebooq chiefbooty
booty of burglars who entered three threeplaces threeplace threeplaces
places in this city last night It is ispresumed 18i isIpresumed
presumed i that the squad that has been beenbuey beenyln beenbasyIn
buey basyIn yln in the Northwestern Northwestern section for forsov forsoveral forsevoral sev several
eral weeks committed < all the depreda depredaAt dQltredaUoINI depredaAt
UoINI UoINIAt
At the barber ar sfeap p ef A A V Palmer on onFulton onFltoa onFalton
Fulton avenue ItV8IIH the th thieves carried o rrltttJ away awaysix aVo aVoJdx anwstx
six razors one hose three betcns b9t N ef effacial offacial t tfJteIal
facial cream and a three bottles of hair hairoH batreft
oH 11
11krotn
rrotn 10 rom the drug store of Charles J JSchultze A ASchnltze ASchultze
Schultze they took t ok the contents of two twotelephone twot8lephOOf twotelephone
telephone boxes box and a chewing gum ma machine macblne machine ¬
chine stamps and small change of sub subpostoffice BUb BUbpoItoffice subpostoffice
postoffice No NotS as A safe In which hlch was waswas wast
t was unmolested unanole ted The entire haul was wasnot wasnot wasnot I
not worth more than thanTiO JSOi JSOiTwo iS iSTwo
Two valuable e overcoats were taken takenfrom takenfrom takenfront
from the home of Samuel F Peregoy 1921 1921West 11ret 3LWest
West ret North avenue The robbers also got gota
a hat and a pair of gloves the aggregate aggregatevalue asgresatevalue aggregatevalue
value reaching about aooutSafecracker 40 40Snfccrnekern 41Safecrackers
Safecracker Bungle Job JobSlkton JobElkton JobEikton
Slkton Mdt Md Nov No 24 4Stx i Six yeggmen yeggmenbroke yegnienbroke oggrnen oggrnenbroke
broke Into the National Bank of North Northeast Northea Northeast ¬
east early this th morning and cracked crackedth crackedthe crackedthe
th the safe with tools stolen from the Penn Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania ¬
sylvania Railroad yards ards They The bungled bungledthe bungledthe bungledthe
the Job and were unable to open the inner innersafe Innersafe innersafe
safe where th the money is kept They Theycarried Theycarried Theycarried
carried away only a small satchel con containing containing contaming ¬
taining several packages p ekages of silver coin coinand coinand coinand
and some silverware silverwareThe sllyerwareThe silverwareThe
The explosion aroused the neighborhood neighborhoodand neighborhood8Dd
and several persons ran to the bank but butthe butthe butthe
the robbers escaped They had ransack ransacked ransncked ransacked ¬
ed the Pennsylvania station earlier In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the night but obtained nothing of value valueEENLEYS valueHEh7EY valueBENIEYs
EENLEYS BEFORE GRAND JURY JURYReluctantly JURYReJnctnntty J1JRYReluctantly
Reluctantly Testify About Arson anti nnclPoicion nmlPolllon antiPoison
Poicion CnneM at Etclifnon EtclifnonSpecial Etchilaonto
Special to The Waetetegtea W Herald lIenldRoc10111e HeraldRoekvllle j jRockville I
Rockville Md Id No Nov 3L lA A large num number number nurnber ¬
ber of witnesses wltn es have been subpenaed subpenaedto
to appear before the grand jury in session sessionhpre sessIonhfre sessionhere
here hpreThe hfrerhe hereThe
The investigation into the arsonpoison arsonpoisoncases arsonpolsoncaaes arsonpoisoncases
cases of Etchison wherein Mr and Mrs MrsOliver IrsOller MrsOliver
Oliver G Henley of that vicinity Iclnlt have havebeen havebtoen havebeen
been the sufferers has so far failed to tobring tobring tobring
bring any noted results resultsMr resultsIr resultsMr
Mr Ir and Mrs Henley Hrmle appeared before beforethe beforetbe beforethe
the grand randjury jury today and gave In their theirtestimony theirtesUmony theirtestimony
testimony What they had to t say Is not notknown notknown notknown
known but it Is known that th tha they the went wentbefore wentbefore wentbefore
before the Jury very reluctantly reluctantlyHenry reluctantl3oI1enr reluctantlyhenry
Henry I1enr H Rice Is Dead DeadMount Denllount DeathMount
Mount ount Vernon N Y Nov 24Henry 24HenryH
H Rice Rice for many years ears attorney attorne and andconfidential anqccuftdentllLI andecuildential
confidential adviser of A A T Stewart Stewartdied Stewart Stewartdied Stewartdied
died last night at the home of his son sonRev sonRc sonRev
Rev Rc Edwin B B Rice in Mount Vernon VernonMr Vernon11r VernonMr
Mr Rice was seventysis years ears of age ageand ageand ageand
and was born in Morriavllle N Y He was wasadmitted waaadmitted wasadmitted
admitted to the bar in 1SS2 152 and soon after afterwas afterwas afterwas
was appointed assistant United States Statesdistrict Statesdistrict Statesdistrict
district attorney under E Dolafleld S SWitts SWitts SWitts
Witts At the death of Mr Stewart he hewas hewas howas
was continued under Henry Hilton as an anattorney anatt artatterney
attorney att rne for the estate estateDrown estnteDrownlll estateDrovns
Drown Chasing Chicken ChickenBloomneld Cblcl ChickensBloomfield enll enllBloomfield
Bloomfield Conn Nov 24 2The The body of ofMrs otMrs ofMrs
Mrs Edith Goodell Mills wife of George GeorgeMills GeorgeMills GeorgeMills
Mills a a teamster employed by the Daniels DanielsMill DanielslI1U DanielsMill
Mill Company in West est Hartford was wasfound wnsfound wasfound
found this morning In Flaggs millpond millpondIn
in that town near the road leading to toHartford toHartford toHartford
Hartford She was drowned last night by byfalling byfalling byfalling
falling into the pond while chasing a achicken achicken achicken
chicken along the bank which borders the theback theback theback
back yard ard In the rear of her home on onBloomfteld onBloomfleld onBloomfield
Bloomfield avenue She was twentythree twentythreeyears twentythreeyears twentythreeyears
years old
Elopers Arc Forgiven ForgivenSixxial ForgivenSptd41 ForgivenSsvia1
Sixxial to The Washington Herald HeraldNewport HeraldNewport heraldNewport
Newport News Va Nov No 24 24Miss Miss May MayStevenson MayStevenson Ia IaSteyenson
Stevenson of this city and Maurice G GCannon GCannon GCannon
Cannon jr of Norfolk eloped elo ed to Eliza Elizabeth Elizabeth Ehlzaboth ¬
beth City N C and wore married They Theyreturned Theyreturnro Theyreturned
returned here today for parental for forgiveness forgiveness forgiveness ¬
giveness
Ocean Steamships SteamshipsNew
New eW York Nor OT 2L 2L8allcd Sailed from rota foreign port portStounshJja pacts JXftsSttam pactsStranuhits
StounshJja Sttam PS Cwnpanl from Liverpool for New ie York YorkSt YorkSt crk crkSt
St Panl frraa Sontliwapton tor New York Le LeTburainc 14TOurinc L LTOurainc
Tburainc from rein Harre far or New NewYork NewYorkOutgoing ew York YorkOutgoing ork orkOu
Outgoing Ou int eteamcn cra sail Monday MondayAstoria November 26 26Astoria 5Astorja
Astoria for Glacow Gl2P 3 p II m mIncomipff In InIriromlpg inlnmnlipg
Incomipff steamers due Burday Philadelphia from fromSouthampton fromSouthampton fromScsithanptou
Southampton November 17 Caronla Caronbfrom from LiTer Lbtrpod LiTerpool hjy hjypool
pool November IT
PEARYS SHIP TIED UP UPCrew UPCrev UPCrew
Crew Says Roosevelt Is Unfit Unfitaud Unfitanti IJniItaii
anti aii Will tV ill Be Discharged DischargedEIGHT Dis Disc1iargedEIGHT llarged llargedEIGHT
EIGHT BABIES BORN ON TRIPi TRIPiFireman TRIP TRIPFireman TRIPFireman
Fireman Tcll Tells How lie hind Eaten EntenShirt EatenShIrt EatenShirt
Shirt and Boot and Had Chiseled ChiseledIce ChlllelcllJlIs Chiseledhis
his Xamc and Jo Loiila l1 I Irnyer rner in the theIce theIce
Ice When RCHCU RescuJf by the Explorer Explorcrfrom Explorerfrom j jfrom
from Imminent If penth cath by b Freezing FreezingSydney FrccdngS FreezingSydney
Sydney S dney Nova Scotia Nov 24 IComman ICommandor LCommandor Comman Commander ¬
dor Poary was unable to leave for New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York York today He will be detained until untilMonday untilMonday untilMonday
Monday MondayThe MondayTho MondayThe
The crow insists Int th thai the b M Roosevelt Roo is isin 18In isIn
in no condition to sail mad demands that thatthe thattheshlp thattheship
the theshlp ship be put J ut in dry dock There is no nodock nodock nodock
dock in Sydney large enough to accom accommodate accommodate accommodate ¬
modate the v vCommander vessel TMHLCommandflll vesselCommander
Commander Peary today to ay got a diver Iver to toexamine toexamine toexamine
examine her bottom Capt Bartlett has hashad baahad hashad
had much trouble tro ble with the crew and andsaid anclsaid andsaid
said today that it must t leave 1 ve the Reese Roosev evIL Reesevolt
v volt lu He has h sent to his home for a new newlot MWlot newlot
lot of sailors for the vessel vesselSeme vesselSome e eISGme
Some of the anchorage men hong from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the main rigging portion of the meat meatserved meatserecI meatserved
served them to 1Ib show w folks folk Ika ashore the thekind theldnd thekind
kind of stuff fed to the men Officers Officersordered omcersordered Oiflcersordered
ordered them cut down downBrlnjfi downDrlngl downBrings
Brings Hack Greely Grcel Tobacco TobaccoIn robllecoIn
In addition to the lifeboat which hlch be belonged bt btlonged belonged ¬
longed to the English expedition sent ent t out oatunder outunder outunder
under Hall that Peary found f at Bteckliff BteckliffBay BlacklltlBay BlackliffBay
Bay the Roosevelt brought bgt back ek two twoeases twoeases
eases e of plus p tobacco tc front fr the t Greely Grey ex expedition expelton oxpeditlon ¬
pedition pelton It I is in perfect pfet condition cni after aftertwentynve afer afertwentyfye aftertwentyave
twentynve twentyfye years yer at Fort Ft Conger CongerThe GougerThe
The Th lifeboat Jebt was found foU in latitude ltt K I 2 de degrees tIegrees ¬
grees gee 42 4 minutes mlnu in the tween t1e decks de of ofthe orthe ofthe
the ship It I was in good g shape shapeBight sp shapehtight
Bight Xlglt children chilren were ere born brn to t Eskimo Eskimomothers Eskimomothers
mothers mothr on o the trip north ath This TJ exceeds exceedsby exceedsby
by live the former for birth brth record recordDr rr ronordDr
Dr Wolff To the t physician J7ln to t the t expedi expedition epi epiton expedition ¬
tion ton has h be h says discovered cbyee in I the t Es Eskimo Eeklm Bekline ¬
kline klm women won traces tr of European Eurn ancestry ancestryHe ary aryHe ancestryHe
He found that tt the th Ek Eskimo woman wmn has hasthe hasthe
the narrow nrw waist wa1t of her br Caucasian Can sister sisterThetr ser serTbr sisterTheir
Their Tbr bodies bi are ae well wel developed cep and a per perfectly pert6ty perfectiy ¬
fectly t6ty straight straightStrengthens strlgbL strlgbLStren straightStrengthens
Strengthens Stren thcnl Ice Bridge Drlellc Theory TheoryThe TheoryT TheoryTb
The T Tb theory t of o Dr D Wolff WoU strengthens strengthensthe strengthensthe ns nst
the t belief bie of o Peary Pe that tt the t native ae North NortlAmericans NorthAmericans
Americans AIErl came cm to t this t continent eUt front frontSiberia f frostSiberia
Siberia Sbr by w wments way of t the l Ice brgs abt abut abutmeats
meats mn of o the th north Bt pole poleOn p poisOn
On the t voyage YJ8e Charles C Clarke CIre fireman firemanon re reon reman remanon
on the Roosevelt Roa married mr an Al Aleup Estu1mucouple sTaquimaa sTaquimaacouple
eup couple He read re the t Mp Mpof marriage mmr tings service serviceof serviceof
of the t Ep Eij4soo Episcopal Church ChurchThe c CiturebThe
The Th wedding weing ring ra3 was w mud J made a of rein reindeer r reindeer ¬
deer akin 8R The T bride r was W fourteen fCt and andthe andthe
the te groom gr thirty tr years ye old oldPeary o oldPeary
Peary Pery made me the th Esquimau F promise promisehim promiseMm
him that tt they ty would o no J longer Ir indulge indulgeIn Indulgo IndulgoIn indulgIn
In the th custom cum of exchanging e wives wivesThe wve wivesThe
The T custom Ctt has b been b to t arrange Arge si siwrestling 1 1wrlng awrestling
wrestling wrlng match Jb for anothers abs wife wfe the thevictor themtr thevictor
victor mtr getting seUln the t woman womanThe W womanThe
The T expedition explUon recovered yre some s brass brassrivets br brassrivets
rivets rlv that tlt were part prt of a a sledge JC used usedhi usedhi d dI
hi I the Ue trip tp of the Kara KaraIn Na NameIn
In latitude t b degrees 24 minutes was wasfound wasfound
I ltte deg Duta
found fo a piece pe of timber Ub that tht Com Commander Cornmender ¬
I mender m er Peary Poy believes lve drifted ddfe across l the thepole thepole
pole veil p The Th timber timbr is now J not on 0 the t Room Roosevelt RO Roomveil ¬
nt I
Ate ills IiA Shirt Shrt ami nn 1 Boots BootfiFireman DootI BootsFireman
Fireman Fi dark Cke Glarko still KU baa a piece p of the thewalrus Ut Utw thewalrus
I walrus w Md M Mdc which wb he l ate whoa wb loot I with wttitFireman withFireman t
Fireman Pe Ryan Ryn m 1 in North No Greenland Cre reeand BJ BJate 13ate
I ate at also als his hi birdskm br shirt st and t part pt of 0 his hisskin hisskin
skin boots D called cl kayaks kayaksDog k kayaksDog
Dog Dg meat mt tasted te to him hi like rabbit rbt he hesays hesay
says MY say Clarke Cke says ay he b was resigned r to todeath todeath
death d tb when hen Peary Pery rescued ral him himHe him isbnHe
He had hd chiseled chil with a a knife kle to I the t tee teehis Ic Ichis
his name m and AD a portion pU of 0 the Lords LordsPrayer Lrs LrsPI1iye Lor4 Lor4Prayer
Prayer PI1iye and had h4 got go as far t as forgive forgiveus fogve fogveu
us u our trespasses treS when wh saved ve by b b Peary PearyRyan Pery PeryRyn PearyRyaa
Ryan Ryn had hd eaten ete the t fur from fr isis h coat coatClarkes et etClrkes coatClarkes
Clarkes Clrkes sufferings 8ul rn have hYe not a unnerved unnervedhim unnervedhim
him and he b says s he h is I game g for to the t next nextdash nextdash
dash for fo the t pole poleRyan poloRyan
Ryan Ryn says 18 that tht they thy were re cut ct off o from fromthe frm fromthe
the Roosevelt ROvl because b of a terrific terlf four fourdays fourdays fourdays
and h winds windsTwo wind windTwo
days snowstorm 81sorm a high 1 wn
Two of o their tr dogs c were re frosea fl alive aiv to tothe tothe
the tee Ie by their ter legs I and a tails U They were werestarving werestnInS werestarving
starving stnInS and an had hd commenced cl to tear te each eachother eh ehother eachother
other to pieces piecesBequimas placesEsquimas
pe
Bequimas Eulm held a prayer pra7e meeting meg when whenthey whenthey
they heard brd of the te partys pry deliverance deliveranceFireman dele deliveranceEsqulninus
Equfnlnul Esqulninus Fear Coil GOllFlfmRu CoilFireman
Fireman FlfmRu Ryan says that Ut the t Eequimaug Eequimaugsavey BUluNulS BUluNulSavey Esquimevesavey
savey God G but bt that tht they t have MY no D use usefor usefor
for missionaries missionariesThey mlsrles mlsrlesThey missionarIesThey
They have h feared fere punishment pulmt by an a un unknown W weknown ¬
I known hand bn since ane the t time ti a few years yearsago yer yesrsago
ago a 0 when North Greenland Gre was covered coveredby coveredby
by a black dust dut which whih fell fet like snow snowPeary SW snowPeary
Peary Per believes beieve this tb dust du came cme from fro a Rvolcano avoJn avolcano
volcano voJn near nr the t pole poleAt p poleAt
At latitude IUtue SS degrees degre Peary Per shot sht shtblk a ablack ablack
black blk raven rnn This Thi was wa the th point pnt farthest farthestnorth fartt farttnrth farthestnorth
north nrth where the expedition epton found fn evi evidences e evideacon ¬
deacon dene of animal anim life lifeThe lfe lfeTh lifeThe
The Th raven rvn decorates de the th wall in I the thesnfoon theJln thesaloon
saloon Jln of the Roosevelt ROelt Its Is crop ep epflie was wasfilled wasfilled
filled flie with wih seal sel meat met and an small SMi stone stonePeary sone stonePeary
Peary PeT brought back bk many mny specimens specimensfrom specimensfrom
from the farthest fathet north nrh Among Amng them themare themare themare
are five 10pound 10pund salmon sm trout tt which wbl he hetook hetok hetook
took tok from Lake Lke Heron Haz Head H Grantland Grantlandby Granland Granlandb Grentiandby
by b ice le5 spears spearsIn sperzIn r
In South Baffin Bfn Baum Bay By the th expedition explln cap captured cp cpture captured ¬
tured ture a a polar bear br It I was S swimming swimmingtwenty swimmingtwenty swimmingtwenty
twenty miles mie from the nearest eet ice Ie which whichis whichIs whichIs
is most unusual unusualFox unusualFox
unuu
Fox Tracks Trnckl Near Polar Sen SenOn ScnOn SenOn
On March larcl S Peary Per Pear found fon fox tracks tcks near nearthe n8 nearthe
the polar plr see so where no n animal life lre is issupposed Issupposed Issupposed
supposed to be The foxes pressed prose by byhunger byhunger byhunger
hunger it is believed bleve were Wee looking lokin for foryoung foryoung foryoung
young seals sealsRoss sels selsRo sealsRoss
Ross Ro Marvin lIanin of Cornel Com el the naturalist naturalistof ntralst ntralstof
of the expedition oxpe < lon brought back some re remarkable remarkable remarkable ¬
markable collections coletons of poppies pppe which whi he hefound hefound hefound
found in full ful bloom blom in the snow 10 of Grant Grantland Grantland Grantland
land landSurgeon landSurgen landSurgeon
Surgeon Surgen Wolf Vol stated sated that he discovered discoveredtea df oero
tea tea to be the he greatest grett stimulant stmult in the theworld theworld theworld
world Coffee Cotee lost lot its It effects oCCet he h said saidafter saidafter k
after afer the llrst Srt week but bt tea te tasted tsted good goodand goodand d dand
and was beneficial throughout the entire entiretrip entiretrip
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NAVY CONGRATULATES CONGRTTS PEARY PEARYXewberry PEAY PEAYXewbcrr PEARYNewberry
Xewberry Xewbcrr Cable Ca1 Appreciation prccintlon to toArctic toArctic
Arctic Arctc Explorer at Sydney SydneyThe Sydnc SydncTh SydneyThe
The Th Navy Nao Department Deprtment has hs sent Its It con congratulations contultl congratuletions ¬
gratulations tultl to t Commander Comner Peary Per the thearctic theati thearctic
arctic ati explorer eorer In response rep to a cable cablegram cble cblegm cablegram ¬
gram gm from Sydney Nova Nova Scotia SUa report reportIns reprt reprtI reportleg
Ins I progress prre toward tow4rd the north nrth pole pe Act Acting Actlug Actmg ¬
lug mg Secretary Seretry Newberry has b sent fnt Peary Pearyth Por Pestrythe
th th the following folwing mege megeThe messageThe message messageThe
The Navy Department Deprunt congratulates congratulatesyou cgtulates cgtulatesy
you y on o your splendid efforts ctorts and an success successand successan successafld
and an on the safe sfe return retur of your ur expedi expedition epediti expedltiots ¬
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In his telegram teegrm to the department deprtment Peary Pearyannounced Per Perannunee Pearyannounced
announced annunee that tht he h hd had d penetrated petrted con central eentrl contral ¬
tral trl polar pr basin b8n beyond oo S S 87 degrees degee north northeliminating nort northeliminating
eliminating eimintin probability probblt of existence etlstence of ofany ofi ofany
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secured sure Interesting Jnteretnb series serie of soundings soundingsHundred soundingsJundrCll soundingshundred
Hundred JundrCll and One Years Old Oldal OldSpl OldSpecal
Spl Specal al to t The Washington WMi HeiafcL HeiafcLBaltimore nerw hieraWBaltimore
Baltimore Batmore Md Nov No 24 24Mrs lr Irs Susan SusanAskey SusanAske SusanAskey
Askey Aske of 708 East Twentieth street streetwill streetwi streetwill
will wi celebrate celebrte the 101st 10lt anniversary annhernry of her herbirth herbrth herbirth
birth brth tomorrow Today Toda Mrs rs Askey Aske rest rested reste rested ¬
ed e carefully creCuly In preparation prepmton for her trip triptomorrow tp tpto triptomorrow
tomorrow to mrrow In the automobile automobie of Dr DrGeorge DrGerge DrGeorge
George Gerge I Young who will w1 take tke her to tothe tothe tothe
the North Avenue Methodist Methoist Episcopal EpiscopalChurch EplscoptdChurch EpiscopalChurch
Church where Rev Re W T F Bobbins the thepastor theptor thepastor
pastor ptor will wJ preach a sermon especially especial to toold toold toold
old folks Mrs 1rs Askey made the same sametrip sametrip sametrip
trip on her 100th l0th birthday birthdayM blrthda blrthdaU
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TRAIN KILLS JOHN BARNES BARNESBody BARNESDod BARNESBody
Body Dod Found on O Railway Tracks TrackShort a aShort aShort
Short Distance from from Laurel LaurelSXci4l LaurelSpecial LanrelSpecial
Special to The WaeMatfon W Herald HeraldLaurel lIeraJclLaurel HeraldLaurel
Laurel Md Nov o 24The body of John JohnBarnes JohnBorDeS JohnBarnes
Barnes who resided at Savage Howard HowardCounty HowardCounty HowardCounty
County about four miles from Laurel Laurelwas Laurelwas Laurelwas
was found this morning by the side of the theBaltimore theBaltimore theBaltimore
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad tracks at atBear atBear atBear
Bear Branch Bridge a short distance from fromLaurel fromLaurel fromLaurel
Laurel LaurelBarnes LaurelBarnes LaurelBarnes
Barnes wa wu struck by b a train some time timeduring timeduring timeduring
during the night on his way home from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the Pines He was 8s twentyeight years yearsof yearsof yearsof
of age and is survived by his widow who whowas whowas whowas
was a Miss Bartlett before her marriage marriageSHANNON marriageSHANNON marriageSBANNON
SHANNON LAW IS INVALID INVALIDJndpre INVALIDJudJc INVALIDJudge
Judge Boyd Decides A Against nlnKt the Dif Differential Differential flitfercntlul ¬
ferential Rate Bill BillSpecial DillSPclaI BillSincial
Special to The Washington WaMU Herald lienkLCumberland HeraldCumberland heraldCumberland
Cumberland Md Nov No Si Jcble Chief Judge JudgeBoyd JudgI JudgeBoyd
I Boyd today handed down an opinion in inwhich inI in inwhich
I which he declares d ares what is known as the theShannon theShannon
i Shannon differential law passed by b the tholast th thlast thelast
last legislature is unconstitutional unconstitutionalA
A differential of of6 35 cents has been main maintained maintained maintamed ¬
tained against Georges Creek coal by th thBaltimore the theBaltimore theBaltimore
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad and in favor favorof favorof favorof
of the Meyeredale Kingwood and Fair Fairmont Falrmont Pairmont ¬
mont coals COflS The law passed to bring the thecompany thecompany thecompany
company to time called for the vacating vacatingof
of the charter of the Cumberland and andPennsylvania andPennshanla andPennsylvania
Pennsylvania Railroad the main feeder feederof ffderof feederof
of the Georges Creek region and practi practically practicall practically ¬
cally call controlled by the Baltimore and andOhio andOhio andOhio
Ohio The law prevented the Cumber Cumberland Cumberlftnd Cumberland ¬
land and Pennsylvania from permitting permittingthe permittingthe permittingthe
the Baltimore and Ohio to use U e its tracks tracksand tracksand tracksand
and cars as long as the differential was wasmaintained wasmalntaln wasmaintained
maintained maintainedJudge malntaln maintainedJudge d dJudge
Judge Boyd says the act attempts to toregulate toregulate toregulate
regulate interstate commerce commerce and is un unconstitutional unconstitutional unconstitutional ¬
constitutional
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