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4 THE WASHINGTON HERALD MONDAY NOVEMBER 26 1906
SEEK UJjiJli 11 A A NEW lliJii EW PASTOR PASTORPresbJTterialls PASTORPresbyteiiaiis IfiUlUli IfiUlUliPresbyterians
Presbyterians of Alexandria AlexandriaWant Alt klexaidriaWant alldria alldriaWant
Want Bev James JanH B J Seyier SeyierDECIDE SevierDECIDE SethiDECIDE
DECIDE TO EXTEND BXTBNDItnIiter GAIL GAILMinister OALLI1nJatcr
Minister Now ow In Lyncliburg LynchburgSpccIal LynchburgSpccIalYCKer LynchburgSpeclalVePIJ3er Special SpecialVesper
Vesper Service at St alary lUarYs Cntuo Cntuolic Cathollc CutIiolie
lie Church ChurchTradcs Trades Council Will WillHoia WillUol1 VIJI VIJIHol
Hoia Hol Important Jie jIcvjJng tlng Tills TillsEcnlng ThisEcnlngOtJter Thi ThiEveningOther
Ecnlng EcnlngOtJter Other Xcros ew ItemsWASHI ItemswKIGro Items ItemsWASHINGTON
WASHINGTON WASHI GTaN HJHIALD BDRBAU BDRBAUBen nURBAU1hII rnJftBAUNI
Ben NI ftUjdMM IlL 1BLComer DICelmer IlLCocu
Comer Cocu of 1itmos 1 a ai H Rt fl StiMte StiMteAlexandria sueuAlexandrta SIzvetsAlexandrIa
Alexandria Va Nov OY A aAt At a congre congregational congregational congregatlonal ¬
gational meeting at the Second Presby Presbyterian Prab Prabtertan reby rebyterlan ¬
terian Church today to T it wa Wai unanimously unanimouslydecided unanlmoustydecIded unanhnotislydecided
decided to extend a call to Rev James JanesR JamesR JaasP
R R Sevier of Lynchburg to become pas pastor putor pstor ¬
tor of the locd loetlt church churchA
A committee wa wu appointed consisting consistingof
of William H H MelchJor Frank L Slay Slaymaker 817mabr Slaymaker
maker William Campbell and A A G GUhler Gthler Gthier
Uhler for the purpose pu of presenting pre eflttng tto the theinvitation theinvitation th thInvitation
invitation to the minister He is at atpresent atpresent atpresent
present in charge e e of a church ia Lynch Lynchburg LyfteAburg Lynchburg ¬
burg The meeting was presided over by byA byA byA
A A G Uhier and Frank L 11 Slaymaker Slaymakerwag
wag as the secretary ret1lry It is expected that a areply arepl areply
reply repl will be b received from Mr Sevier Sevierwithin SevIerwithin SevierwithIn
within a a short time Since Rev Dr DrFrank DrFrank DrFrank
Frank J Brooke resigned January Jarnsrythe 1 1the 1 1the
the Second Presbyterian pre Church has been beenwithout beenwtbout beenw
without w thout a regular pastor tbs th services servicesbeing Hrvteesbeing servicesbeing
being conducted by Visiting ministers ministersAttended mlallltenAttended mInIstersAttended
Attended Special Service ServiceA
A large congregation co attended the spe special ItHI ItHIclal aiisclal ¬
clal vesper V8S er > services C this evening at St SLMarys StMaryS StMarys
Marys Catholic Church the third of a aspecial aspecial aspecial
special series serla under the auspices auss of the thePaulist thePauli8t theIaulist
Paulist Fathers of the Apostolic Mtsetoa MtsetoaHouse JII JIIHouse NieslunHouse
House of Brookland D C Rev Father FatherWilliam Fatherlmam FatherWilliam
William lmam L Sullivan Sullivan C S P of St StThomas StThomas StThorna
Thomas College Brookland BrookJa delivered the thesvrrnon tiles thesrrnou
s svrrnon rrnn His theme t eme wa W8 Charit CharitGregorian Charttregorian Charity CharityOregorian
Gregorian music was rendered by the thechoir tilechoir theenoir
choir choirRev choirHe enoir11ev
Rev He Charles D Bwtta tonight delivered deliveredth
th second feCOIu of a a aerie of sermon sermons te teyoung tooung teyoung
young oung men before a large 1s audience hi the theWashington ueWasblngton theiVash1ngton
Washington Street Methodist Episcopal EpiscopalChurch copaJChurd leeops1 leeops1Church
Church The subject nIt was I Ia the Young YoungMan Yoa Yoa1Hl1 YoungMin
Man 1Hl1 SafeNo Sate No If I He Keep xe Bad Com Company Company Cornpa ¬
pany panyMrs pa ny nyMrs
Mrs rs Connie Rector daughter of Arthur ArthurCleveland ArthurCleveland ArthurCleveland
Cleveland died this morning < at her home homenear boIIIeneQr homeneir
near the Seminary m In Fairfax County CountyThe GoaaqThe CouMyThe
The funeral WIll take place Tuesday af afternoon afternoon atlernoon ¬
ternoon at IM oclock k from the home of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the father of the deceased deceasedIt
It is announced that a committee of ofladies oflad1 oflads
ladies lad1 s will be on duty ut at tike t Alexandria AlexandriaHospital AlexandriaHospttai AlexandriaHopItat
Hospital Thursday day from 10 a ra until untilp i ip 6p
p m for the thelllpO purpose of receiving Thanks Thanksgiving TlaaB TlaaBg1lng ThUkOgiving ¬
giving donations to t that institution Spe Specia Specia Spec1a
cia collections foftbe forth benefit of the boa hospital boePltal boapital ¬
pital will be taken Thanksgiving Thanaivln Inc Day in inmany Inmany Inmany
many of the local churcne churcneA chvrcl chvrclA chureleaA
A special meeting meetblof of the AUpattdrta AUpattdrtaTrades AI4lIaMrlaTrades A1andrIaTrades
Trades Council will be held Monday MondayIng evj evjing nfII nfIISng
ing in the Council Ian in the thedrla Alexj Alexjdria A Adna
dna National al1onal Bank Building It is un understood uadHstood understood ¬
derstood that business of Importance con concerning conerning coneeraing ¬
cerning local trades conditions COIMItt ns will be bediscussed bediscussed bedbcusse
discussed discussedRobinsons discussedRoblnsons dbcusse
Robinsons to Get Hoaringr HoaringrJohn UoarIn UoarInJohn IIoztrIngJohn
John Robinson btuoJtaftll > BJ his soa J Harvey HarveyRobinson IlarveyRob4neon I
Robinson Robn on who were were w e arrested November
12 1 on the charge of stealing merchandise merchandisefrom JMlCbadI8etram merchandisefrom
from the cars of the Southern Railway RailwayCompany RailwayCompany
Company will wit I be given a hearing hea tomor tomorrow aorrow tomurrow ¬
row morning before Justice Caton In the thePolice thePolice thePolice
Police Court The younger Y defendant is isrov Ifn0W IsP0W
rov out on ball In the sum um of 2CIOO 2 2000 but buthis buthis buthis
his father is still locked up having been beenunable eenunable beenunable
unable to furnish rnl h surety A large quan quantity quantity quantRy ¬
tity of miscellaneous articles sensed semd by bythe bythe bythe
the police at the home hom of the defendant defendantwill detendaDtaIll defendantswill
will Ill be introduced as evidence mst gainstthem mstthem aint aintthem
them Attorney Lewis H Machen will willappear wiltRp Willappearin
appear Rp appearin arln in their behalf at the h heartn hearing and andthe anclthe andthe
the State will be represented repree ted by Common Commonwealth CotmnOftwalth Commonwa1th ¬
wealth Attorney AttomeySam Samuel 1 G Brent BrentEDUCATORS BrentEDUCATORS BrentEDUCATORS
EDUCATORS TO GATHER GATHERConference GATEERConference I Iconferene
I IPromIses
Conference at Richmond Tit Thin Week WeekPromises WeekPromises
Promises to Be Well Attended AttendedSpt0441 AttemledptIl AttendedtJ
Spt0441 ti to > The Washington Herald HeraldRichmond Heraldrichmond HeIdfliebmend
Richmond Va Nov 25 5Tbe The largest largestand largestand
and most beneficial educational confer conference CORterenee conference ¬ I
ence ever held In the State will be held heldh heldIHre heMhre
h IHre re this week The conference which whichwill whichw11
will 111 begin Tuesday night in the Academy Academyof
of Music will be continued Wednesday WednesdayTlursday Wldn8ldaYTIursday WednesdayT1ursday
Tlursday and Friday and it will em embrace embract embrace ¬
brace discussions in every branch of ofcatlonal edu educational educational ¬
cational work in the State StateThe StateThe StateThe
The attendance promises to be large 118 Su Superintendents Suptfint Sjpcrintendents ¬
perintendents ptfint ndent5 teachers teach and other school schooluffieials 8Choolfficials schoolutfielals
uffieials will begin b to arrive tomorrow tomorrowThe tomorrowThe tomorrowThe
The scope of the work contemplated is isso Isso
so broad that it will ill include others be beside beside beSide ¬
side school officials Supervisors of coon counties eountiu coonti ¬
ties ti L Judges and citizens generally are in invited IIIUrd Invited ¬
vited Urd and many of them will attend from fromall tromall fromall
all sections of the State StateFARM StateFARM StatePARM
FARM LABOR IS IMPORTED IMPORTEDEnglishmen IMPORTEDEnglls11men IMPORTEDEnglishmen
Englishmen QniclclySccnrc Positions PositionsAfter POlJtlqnsAfter PositlqnsAfter
After Reaching Richmond RichmondSpecial Richmoudtftdal Richmondto
Special to The Washington Herald HeraldRichincnd IIenJdRichmtncl ilunidRiehmCnd
Richincnd Va Nov 35 SA A party of ofthirteen ofthirtefn ofthirteen
thirteen farm laborers from rom England EQ ar arrived arrived ¬
rived here today via Philadelphia and re reported re reported repcrted ¬
ported to the office of the commissioner commissionerof loner lonerof
of agriculture where they Ute found foa < many manyapplications malaYapplications manyapplications
applications of farmers on hand for sui sui1abor such suchlabor ueh uehlabor
labor By night most t of them had found foundhomes founclhomes foundhomes
homes and had started for them themThis themThill themThis
This is not contract labor in any sense senseThe senHTh senseTh
The Th commissioner simply addressee e8 them themthat tlMmfhRt themthat
that there are many demands for farm farmlaborers armlaborers ann annaborers
laborers to come to Virginia and they theycan tbeySln theycan
can Sln get t work The law against AgaJn t contract contractlabor contractlabor contractlabor
labor Is strictly observed observedAnother observeclAnother observedAnother
Another party of a dozen families are areon areon areon
on their way Commissioner Komer seys seysthere ays aysther ys ystheN
theN ther is work in Virginia Vlr nla for id iOCOS M Bngtish Bngtishfarmers ngI1sh ngI1shfarmers Itsh Itshfarmers
farmers farmersCondemn farmersCondemn farmersCondemn
Condemn 00000 Pounds of Game GameSprcUl GnmeSptcial Ganieto
SprcUl to Tbt WuhiRft4 W HecaU HecaURichmond JtaWRichmond llsraldRichmond
Richmond Va Nov S 5DuriDg During the theweek theweek theweek
week the inspectors of the th health depart department department departmeet ¬
ment have condemned KMO OIO pounds nda of ofpoultry orpoultry ofpoultry
poultry and game consisting of part partridges partridges rt rtridges ¬
ridges pheasants and thousands tkoU nds of rab rabbits rabbits robbits ¬
bits The poultry was dressed It made madesixteen madesixteen madesixteen
sixteen double d uD1e wagon w loads and the in inspectors InsptCtors Inspectors
spectors followed it to the crematory crematoryand crematOl7and crematoryand
and saw it incinerated before leaving leavingTrncUraan Jea JeaTrnekman leasingTrnckman
TrncUraan Killed 1 1T > y Train TrainSpecial TrnlnS Trainpec4l
S Special I ta t The Waahfogtna W llcrald llcraldCumberland uwCumberlaDd lisraldCumberland
Cumberland Md Nov 28 1J J T Ridge Ridgeaged Ridgeaged RIdeaged
aged sixty a Baltimore and lid Ohio track trackman trackman trackman ¬
man was killed near Magnona W Va VaHis VaHis VaHis
His body was wa fond fou d on the track this thismrming thIaI1rrnlng thismrnIng
mrming and brought t here and later latershipped at athlpPEd laterhlpped
hlpPEd to his home SB South Charles Charlesstreet Chadesstreet Charlesstreet
street Baltimore BaltimorePoison BalUmocPolson BaltimorePoison
Poison Placed In Tea Kettle KettleYTheelng KettleWhEflug KettleWheeUng
YTheelng W Va Nov St Lsmuey Smiley Nel Nelson Nelson Nd Ndson ¬
son a wealthy dairyman living near BearUcilalre nearVi1nirt nearLeilalre
Ucilalre Ohte Ms wife wff two children childrenand childrenn1d childrenand
and his fatherinlaw John Robinson R are areIn areIn areIn
In a serious condition as a result of ear carbolic earbolle earbolic ¬
bolic acid poisoning It is said aa un unknown 111Ikl nokiown ¬
known kl own person entered Ent red the kitchen yes yesterday yes yesterda yesterday ¬
terday terda and poured > carbolic add In bttea the thetea thttea
tea kettle The family f mU drank coffee made madefrom efrom maderote
from rote the poisoocd td water Murder ur ler is be believed 1e 1eUeed beileved ¬
lieved to have been the th motive
DANCE COSTS HIM 2000 2000Congressman 2000ConITCSS 2000Congressnian
Congressman ConITCSS Iln Bennett Inadvertently InadvertentlySl InalvertentlySigns InadvertentlySigns
Sl Signs ns Check for a Friend FriendHuntingdon FrIendHuntingtOn FriendHuntington
HuntingtOn W V Va Nov 36 5R Repre Representative RepreHAtaUfe pre prese ¬
sentative se tatlve Joseph B Bennett of the Ninth NInthConresalonal NInthCongressional j
Congressional district of Kentucky was wasvictimised wasvIctJmltcl wanvicUmId
victimised j Put > ut of te iOO on the floor of a asmall amaII ainIL
small inIL ballroom in this oily and J C CKlrkman CKirkman CKtrkman
Klrkman the man who is charged with withworking withworking 1th 1thwtKklDE
working the th game is in jail in Cincinnati Cincin IdRDati tnc1nORtI ¬
nati natiA
A week ago Mr Bennett earns to Huat Huatiagton H1Rtll1gton ItnntIegton
iagton to attend a banquet of the Mystic MysticShrtners MysticSh MysticShriners
Shrtners Sh ners given at the opening of a new newhotel aewhotel newhotel
hotel here Mr Bennett had just re relinquished r r11nquilibed relinqulsbed ¬
linquished his partner after a grand ST d waits waitsin waI waIift waltzIn
in which sixty couples participated when whenhe whenhe whenhe
he was beckoned to the door by an ac acquaintance acQua1nt anqualntncc ¬
quaintance ce from his old home The ac acquaintance acquaintance ccqualntnce ¬
quaintance was Klrkman and he whis whispered whlepered whispored ¬
pered into the Representatives ear that thathe thatDe thathi
he was broke and needed i to tide tidehim tideAim tidehim
him over Bennett oonett was so interested in inthe IIIthe Inthe
the dance that he told Klrkman he hadnt hadnttime hadnttime hadnttime
time to write a check but if he wouta woutadraw woukidraw WGuladraw
draw on 0ItiI for forl orj JS he would sign it itKirkman 1 It ItKlrkman t tKirkman
Kirkman it is charged went to the theoffice theollke theoffice
office of a friend and drew the check for forz
260 z 2 instead of I M and hastened back backto backto backto
to the ballroom where Mr Bennett with without without without ¬
out noticing noUctn the amount signed his hi name nameKlrkman nameKirkman nameKirkman
Kirkman left on a midnight train for forCatlettsburg forCaUettsburg forCatlettsburg
Catlettsburg Ky and was the Ant ma maat mu muat manat
at the door when the bank opened Its Jtadoors aadoors Itsdoors
doors the next morning He secured the themoney themoney themoney
money on the check and it is altered alteredtook alleeedtook allegedtook
took the next train for Cincinnati Mr MrBennett 1lrBennett MrBennett
Bennett yesterday learned med That that the check checkhad eheek1uuI checkhad
had been drawn for 2606 L instead of off of2O for i ino
120 2O and he put the authorities to work workto workto workto
to locate Klrkman He was vo arrested in inCincinnati iftCtndnlNlt1 inCtndnnatI
Cincinnati and will be brought back and andprosecuted alldpro andprosecuted
pro prosecutedBURIED prosecuted prosecutedBURIED ecuted ecutedBURIED
BURIED THE WRONG YRO BODY BODYFamily BODYFamily BODYFamily
Family Mourned Young Man as asDead asDead asDead
Dead and Attended Funeral FuneralAfter FuneralAfte FuneralAftc
After Afte Thirteen Yearn the Right Son SonTurn SonTurn SonTurns
Turn Up Alive ToIUnj of Bx Bxpcrlonces Dxperlonee lixperionces
pcrlonces in South America AmericaSseeW AmerIcnIpe Amerlonto
SseeW to The WaAfasbw ITwl ITwlLornchbttrg nwL7Dc1 lisraldLynchburg
Lynchburg L7Dc1 Va 1 Nor No 3t 5Mr Mrs S S SPereso SPerego B BPeregor
Peregor has heard from her brother C CW C CW CW
W Wood whom sbe had mourned for forthirteen fortlIlrtMJI forthirteen
thirteen years as dead He is In InN Orange OrangeN OrnneN
N Yva Y8Ad l expect MOn oon to return turn ioy to tooN tobIs tobIsold his hisold
old home In Orange County where his hfcmother 1ataIftOther hismother
mother Mrs Elizabeth J Wood and aada aadanumHr a anumber anumber
number of other relative live liveMr JIveMr liveMr
Mr Wood left Alexandria Va for a atrip atrtp atrip
trip through throu the We W West te MK l HIs last lastletter lastletter lastletter
letter was written fro ma Minnesota Minnesotatown hrnesotatown ota otatown
town on October 4 tttX tttXKight JaElsht i iEIgbt
Kight weeks later hunters found the thebody tMDo thebody
body of an unidentified man ad cir etrcumstanttal clrcumstaattal circumotantial
cumstanttal evidence seemed to prove provtthat proyetbat provethat
that he was the Virginian DIaD They The notified notifiedthe nottaedthe notifledthe
the family and the corpse was shipped shippedBast shippedEast shippedblast
East A week later aU the friends aDd aadrelatives aDdreJadves andrelathes
relatives of Mr Wood attended e4 the thefuneral etuaeraJ thefuneral
funeral funeralSince funeralnce
tuaeraJSInce
Since nce then he has bsdead Men mourned as asdead asdead
dead mad to Mrs rs Peregoy this Informa Information latonaattoa Informadon ¬
don comes almost as H a voice from the thegrave thepave thegrave
grave Now she expects soon to go back backto badeto backto
to the home of her childhood at iota aenet iotaerset Somerset ¬
enet erset Orange County for a a happy re reunion Fe FeQalon roUnion ¬
union of the remaining I8UI members of her herfamily herfamily herfamily
family familyMr familyMr familyMr
Mr Wood oocl has just written to obtain obtainthevaddreaMe oiKaInttie obtaintbddreunea
ttie tbddreunea thevaddreaMe dr of his brothers bn and 00 sisters sistersfor Iaterafor sistersfor
for the purpose of writing to tbem tbemlittle tfeM tfeMUnle t4iemUttle
little information as to his movements movementshi mqvementsIn emeats
hi the apse of years TS s conveyed conve ex except exeept cxceja ¬
cept that he has been in South Amer America Amerb 4mevlea ¬
lea traveled trayel extensively ext rudvely and baa mar married merIec1 m miled ¬
ried and te now the father th of ftv ftW ve cbfl ctatlUpon ciiidren i idree
dree Upon his return t home be wm wmteam willIMm wiltlearn
team that since his lfpar departure lr three t sis sisters stt sintees ¬
tees t have died diedWhile diedwan dimWhile
While a resident of Alexandria Mr MrWood 111Wood MrWood
Wood was a lieutenant In a military militarycompany militarYcomJMUlY militarycompany
company for ten years and is well known knownthere kaoWRthere knownthere
there thereTAZEN thereTAKEN thereTAKEN
TAKEN AFTER 9YEAR HUNT HUNTMoonshiner mrNTUoonshlner INNTMoonshiner
Moonshiner Who Eluded Mnrslmls Mnrslmlsfor Jlnrshabfor Marsitnisfor
for u Decade Arrested Arrestedapccfat ArrestedIIeda1 Arrestedecla1
apccfat ecla1 to The WubfewUm W KcmU KcmUBerkeley KcnIcLBerkeley licraidBerkeley
Berkeley Springs W V Va Nov NovIaaac ov 3 3Isaac 1 1I
Isaac I Tuning wbo ran an n illicit distillery distilleryin
in i the Hardy Mountains for twenty years yearsand yearsand yearsand
and had eluded the United States mar marlbals marsham j jshato
shato sham during durin a a nineyear hunt was u arrest aJTMted arrestsri 1 1ed
ed yesterday by Deputy W D Brown Brewnand Brownand Brownand
and lodged In jail here He was held in inMM inI Ins
I 6 s MM bait by United States Stat Commissioner CommlselonerJ Com ComJ
J Hammond Slier SlierBrown SilerBrown SlierBrown
Brown has determined to put an end lM1to lM1tothe to tothe tothe
the moonahininsr that has been notorious notoriousin
in the Smoke Hole region or years After Afterlanding Afterlanding Afterlanding
landing Tusing be arrested Philip Nelson Nelsonwho N Nelsonwho eI oawho
who has been wanted by the Federal au authorities authorlUes authoritles ¬
thorities for many years on the same samecharge sameeba samecharge
charge eba His haunts were In CroWs Ridge Ridgeabove RidgeAbon Ridgeabove
above Hopevllle in Grant County Nel Nelson NeI80ft Ndson ¬
son was alsc committed at Berkeley BerkeleySprings BerkeleySprlnp BerkeleySngs
Springs for the action of the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States Court Other arrests will shortly shortlybe sbOrtl1be shortlybe
be made
DEER DIE OF BLACK TONGUE TONGUEVirginians TONGUEVirginIani
Virginians Warned Against A nlnflt Pur Purchase Purchase Purchase ¬
chase of Venison of Strangers Strangersal
5pe 9 edtl al to The Waohtostoa HtraM HtraMRichmond 11 11RJchmt lisraldRichatind
Richmond RJchmt Dd Va Nov 25 5The The public is isbeing isI isbeI Isbeing
I
being beI warned in the middle Vitginla Vitginlacounties Vagi VagiCOWltlel VgIn1acountlez
counties to be careful in tbe purchase of ofvenison ofYfII ofvenison
venison The deer are dying dyln in large lamnumbers largenumbers largenumbers
numbers from a s disease known as the theblack Uteblack theblack
black tongue Strange StraD e to say y when in ina Ina ina
a dying d condition they come into the theopen theopen theopen
open as If seeking human aid aidA aldman aMA
A man who made a trip through par portions partlo perfloss ¬
floss tlo of Amelia and ael Powhatan counted countedeleven COURteleven countedeleven
eleven fine Seer dead in view of the road roadside x xslcle roodside ¬
side sideIf sideIf
slcleIf
If unscrupulous persons sold such meat meatit meAtit meatit
it might result in poisoning po IOni the consum consumers consvmen coimumem ¬
ers em The black tongue made Its appear appearance appearance appearamice ¬
ance among the deer some weeks eeks ago a and andspread aadsaNd andspread
spread over several counties where there therewas therewas therewas
was much grown up upS farm land and andwhere andwhere andwhere
where they had become numerous numerousCUPID numerousCUPID numerousCUPID
CUPID RAIDS STATE SCHOOLS SCHOOLSaiarrlnecs SCHOOLS3larrlngeJl SCHOOLSMarriages
Marriages Leave Vacancies In One Onetklril OnetkIr1 Onethird
third of West Virginia Districts DistrictsSpeetet DbtrletsSDeekl DistrictsSpedal
Speetet to Tae Wathtefton W Herald HeraldClarksburg HemlliClarkllburg licraldClarksburg
Clarksburg W Va Nov 2S 1Agaln Again has hasCupid hasCuphl hasCupid
Cupid raided the schools of West Vest Vir Virginia VIrginla r rPnla ¬
ginia So many teachers have been marrted marzied mar married ¬
ried recently that there are vacancies In iaonethird Inone4hird Inonethird
onethird of the districts In Mineral MineralCounty MineralCowrty MineralCounty
County seventeen schools are vacant To Tomeet Tomeet Tomeet
meet the emergency State Superintend Superintendent ¬
ent Miller ordered a special examination examinationIn
In the several counties One was held heldat laeldat heldat
at Keyeer and there were only onl eight eightapplicants eJshtapplicants eightappilcants
applicants Teaching TNCbtn has lost its attrac attraction attracdon attracdott ¬
don for many persons per ons because it is isclaimed Isdalmecl Isclaimed
claimed hardly a a living salary is allowed allowedRunmray allowedRunnwn allowedRunaway
Runaway Runnwn Boy Is Hurt IlnrtElkins Hurtkh1 HartBikins
Elkins kh1 W Yo Va Nov 28 1Francls Francis Saea Saeason SIMa SIMaIOn Sheason
son of William H Shea of this city elt raa raaaway raaway ranaway
away way front home and made his way to toParsons toPa toParsons
Parsons W Va Y on a fridght where a aticket aticket aticket
ticket was Wa procured to Cumberland CumberlandFrom CumberlaDFrom CumberlandFrom
From the latter place young Shea went wentto westto t tto
to Conaelteville Pa where he was 18S run ranover runover runover
over by a train and one leg was crushed crushedoff crushedoft
off He is now in a hospital hospltalln In Coonella CoonellavHle CoIme1 CoIme1viDe COnSSIIIvile
viDe
Always the same sameTharps sam samTharps zameTharps
Tharps Pure PureBerkeley PureBerkeley
Berkeley Rye RyeI
I tIt 12 F St N W Phone PhoreMzdn M Main n 1141 1141Special 1141Special 1141Special
Special Private Delivery
CARUSO WILL APPEAR APPEARTenor APPEARTenor APPEARTenor
Tenor Eipetaed Expecierl to Sing in inOpera inOpera inOpera
Opera Wednesday Night NightVOIOE NjgltVOIOE Nig lit litVOICE
VOIOE SOMEWHAT IMPROVED IMPROVEDFriend lltllROVEDFrlcntlll IMPROVEDFriends
Friend Will VIII Give Him an Ovation Ovationbnt Oratlonbut Oatf on onbut
but Enemies of Courted May He on onHnnil onHnml onhand
hand to Raise a Disturbance In InFear IIIFenr IsFear
Fear of Impresario Admirers AdmirersWill AdmirersWJll AdmirersWill
Will Appeal the Case CaseNew CueNew CaseNew
New York Nov JS Carusos voice was wassomewhat wassomewhat
somewhat Unproved proved today and Herr HerrConrieti HerrCoRned HerrConned
CoRned manager mallA < er of the Metropolitan MetropolitanOpea MetropoJttanOpea MetropolitanOpen
Opea House ha has a strong rong hopes that the thetenor thetenor thetenor
tenor will be able to appear in opening openingengagement openingen openingengagement
engagement en gement as Rodolfo in La Boheme Bohemeon
on Wednesday night Mr Conried and andCarusos andCaruIlOI andcarusos
Carusos friends believe that if he h appears appearshe appoarsbe appearshe
he will 111 receive an ovation The tenors tenorsfriends tonorsfriDdiI tenorsfriends
friends are planning < to turn out in force forceand forceand forceand
and for the regular Iar subscription opera operagoers operagGers operagoors
goers it Is declared that there is strongdoubt strongdoubt strong strongdoubt
doubt among them as to the sufficiency sufficiencyof
of the evidence on which Caruso was wasfound wasfound as asfOUlMl
found guilty guiltyIf I1I1ltyIt guiltyif
If there is any unfavorable demonstra demonstration demonstration demonstratioti ¬
tion on Wednesday night t over ov the ap appearance upJMrance appearance ¬
pearance of careen Herr Conrteds Conrtedsfriendi ConrtoosI Conflodsfriends
I friends ay ay that it will com come from one anemia onei onemIss ¬
i mia mIss which the manafer have hfo11lllde hfo11llldeWbat made madeWhat madeWhat
What to feared r meet Is some sort of an aninterruption anInternapUoa anInterruption
interruption of the chorus sinew1 singers union unionor unionor unionor
or other in sympathy with the union unionwho unionwho nlon nlonwho
who make take thi th this opportunity to oven ovenup ovenup ovenup
up old scores IICOI with the Impresario ImpresarioWill ImproarloVIII ImpresarioV11l
Will Sins on Saturday SaturdayCameos SaturlnTeanos Saturdaycarusos
Cameos next scheduled appearance on onthe 00the onthe
the Metropolitan Opera House stage tae af after aCtel atter ¬
ter the performance of La Bohema is isa IsAlfrdo isas
as a Alfrdo in La Baviata on Saturday Saturdayafter Sfttard SfttardatterllOOa Saturdayafternoon
afternoon atterllOOaCan afternooncarom after noon noonCaruso
Caruso called at the offices ome of tha thaMetropolitan thaXetnlp theMefrO11tn
Metropolitan Xetnlp > taa Opera House Uric morning ntornmgto nMtrnm nMtrnmto morningto
to get p hi his mail mall and spent a good part of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the day out of doors His friends say saythat ea eaUaat saythat
that he he naturally tara is I depressed but that thathe thatbe thathe
he is taking the situation much more morecalmly morecalmly morecalmly
calmly than they had h expected He has hasthe baathe hasthe
the utmost u confidence that Magistrate MagistrateBakers Mag Magistrateliakrrs tratc tratcBak
Bakers Bak rfI decision will be reversed on ap appeaL appeaL appeal
peaL peaLExJudge pealExJudge
peaLExJucI
ExJudge < e Dlttenhoefer Carusos leading leadingcounsel leadl leadlcouuel lendingcounsel
counsel will 111 appear in General Sessions Sessionstomorrow Sea8100stomorrow Sessionstomorrow
tomorrow morning probably before beforeJudge beforeJQd beforeJudge
Judge OSuIUvaa to ask for an order ordergranting omerftd ordergranting
granting ftd an ft appeal The na affidavit upon uponwhich uponwhich uponwhich
which the request will 11 be made wa w was taken takenup ta takeaup t tup
up by the lawyers and signed by y Caruso Carusotoday Carusotoday o oto4a
today to4a It cite rites that the tb evidence sub submitted submitted submitted ¬
mitted in the magistrates court wa was In Insufficient Insuftldeat hisucIeut ¬
sufficient sufficientCarusos suftldeatCarU80 sucIeutCarusos
Carusos lawyers win appear in the theYorkville theYorkvUIe ti tiYorkvllle
Yorkville Police Court tomorrow to morrow and pay paythe laythe y ythe
the SIS 10 fine under protect Caruso him himself laiJDlieU himself ¬
self will not nOt be obliged to appear in cither citherthe eltlwrthe eitherthe
the Police Court or in General Sessions fitaslaiiBwhen stowhea Sessionswhen
when the application is nude de for the thaorder theorder theorder
order of apepaL apepaLComment apepiLComIllcnt apepaLComment
Comment of Milan Paper PaperMilan Paper PaperXUaa PapersMilan
Milan Nov 26 25Tbe The Corrtere de la Sera Seracommenting SeraCOIIUfteDUna Sorecommenting
commenting upon the Caruso case ca de denounce de denouaacea do000iiCdl ¬
nounce Deputy Police Po ce Commissioner 3a 3athots Xamot Mathots
mot thots unpardonable tirade tl tlrs e which it itsays Itun itsays
says confounds the Italian I criminal ele element eIe eIemeat ci ciinent ¬
meat in Hew York with the entire colony colonyand eokNt7Del eolonynd
and nd defames the Italian nation by con contemptible CORtemptible contemptible ¬
temptible methods methodsThe methodsI methodsThe
I The Perseveranaa PennellL says Is Whether Cam Camso Cansa Cornso
so was a guilty pUt of a low action toward a alady aIndy alady
lady is not our affair What we insist on onis onI onIs
is I that the Judicial procedure 1IA ia the ease eueIs easeIs
1 Is calculated to to o cast ridicule upon Amen America Amenca AnertCa ¬
ca and he institutions institutionsThe lastltutloThe InstitutionsTb
The Tb Critic Crttlca DrammaUca deplores Ca Carusos Carusef Carusos ¬
rusos rusef appeal to King Victor and eo4DId ask askDid askDtd
Did the famous tenor exitect that Italy Italywould Hallwould Italywould
would declare war on the United States Statesto Stat Statto Statesto
to avenge the episode of the monkey monkeyhouse RIOnkeyhouee monkeyhouse
house houseIRISHMEN houseUtISHEEN
houeemISHJtrEX
IRISHMEN IN BIG MEETING MEETINGI MEETINGAnniversary ETING ETINGAunhernr
I Anniversary Aunhernr ef t 3I 1ne1 lancbes ncltftetr te lee Martyrs 3fartyrsCelebrated MartyrsCelebrated lnrtyrsCele1tratetl
Celebrated in Chicago ChicagoChicago Cldcn CldcnChIeqo ChicagoChicago
Chicago Nov 26 25chIcqo Chicago Irishmen Irishmencelebrated Irishmencelebrated meAlebrate4
celebrated lebrate4 the anniversary of the Man Manchester x xchester Mancheater ¬
chester mart martyrs tonight with a a monster monsteri monstermass uter utermaD
i mass meeting at Orchestra Hall HallI HIIPrelJtdent HallPresident
I President Daniel Hanrahan of the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United Irish Society called the th gathering gatheringto <
to order and Hay Mayor or Dunne an Irishman Irishmanby I Irishmanby d1manby
by birth birth presided M J 1 Ryan of Phila Philadelphia Philadelphia Philadelphia ¬
delphia president of the Unite Irish IrishLeague IrishLeaKUe IrishLeague
League of America made the address ad of ofthe 0the ofthe
the evening outlining the work done by bythe It Itthe bythe
the league and predicting early victory in inthe Inthe inthe
the fight in the British Parliament for forHibernian forHibernia or orHibernian
Hibernian home rule ruleOther ruleOtM mitOther
Other speakers were ere Richard Hazelton Hazeltonmember Hazeltoumember
1 member of Parliament from North Gal Galway Galwa7 Calway
way and Thomas H Kettle member from fromEast fromEaat fromEast
East Tyrone The two members of Par Parliament Pllrltament Parllament ¬
liament expressed confidence that home homerule ltomerule homerule
rule will be granted to Ireland IrelandAUTO IrelandAUTO IrelandAUTO
AUTO INJURES DEAF WOMAN
Citizens Indignant at Treatment Ac Accorded Accorled Accorded ¬
corded Sirs Jlr Tschiffely TschiffelySiwctal TleJti1fel TleJti1felSeIal TaclilifelySwci
Siwctal to The Wagfaiastaa W llerskL llerskLBoyds lIera1dBoYds lInaidBoytis
Boyds Md Nov 3Great Gro Greet t indignation indignationis
is expressed in Hyattstown at a t the action actionof KtiOftof actionof
of a a party of Hagerstown autoists who whoraa whoraJl whoran
ran down and seriously injured Mrs John JohnTschitfeJy JDnnT1Ichiffely JohnTscbUfely
TschitfeJy daughter dau bt of Oliver Watkins Watkinsof
of Germantown GermantownMrs Germantown1Irs GermantownMrs
Mrs Tschiffely is somewhat deaf ad aaddid IlDddid addid
did not hear the warning toot of the ma machine machIDe machine ¬
chine She was struck and hurled some somedistance somedlstanc somedistance
distance but the car did not stop stopSome stopSome MopSome
Some possersby who saw the accident accidenttelephoned acekIenttelephoned tecldenttelephoned
telephoned ahead and the party was w s ar arrested arrutecl arrested ¬
rested at this pi Iltce ice They were held un under under us4cr ¬
der 160 60 bond They lh 7 will appear at the theRockville theRockvUle theRockviile
Rockville court to answer to the th charge chargeot
of fast driving and criminal e minal carelessness carelessnessJACOB eareleuneLJ carelessnessCOB
JACOB J COB Hi THOMAS IS DEAD DEAD3Ioml DEADJlenler DEADMember
3Ioml Member > er of Tliirtyflith Virginia Cay Cavalry Cnvnlr Cayairy ¬
airy nlr Passes Pns cs Away aT at lloyds 3Id 3IdSpecial JldSpeeial MdSal
Special to TIle WasUnctoe aItoB herald HtnldBoyds II IIBoyds heraldBoyds
Boyds Md Nov 25 SJacob Jacob N Thomas Thomasdied Tbomasdied Thomasdied
died this t evening of general debility d blUtr in inhis Inbls Inhis
his seventieth year Mr Thomas moved movedto moooto movedto
to this county twentyfive years ago from fromFrederick fromFrederick frontFrederick
Frederick County He was a son of Otho OthoThomas OtboThomas OthoThomas
Thomas His mother was a IVIlse Raw Rawlings RawliDfs Rawhogs
lings During the civil war he served in inCol inCol Incol
Col Whites battalion Thirtynfth Vir Virginia Ylrnla Virginia ¬
ginia nla Cavalry as a courier At Gettys Gettysburg Gettysburg Gettysburg ¬
burg he received a slight sI ht wound in the theback theback theback
back of his bead He is survived by his hiswife killwife hiswife
wife who was a a Miss Stoutsenberger of ofVirginia ofVlrltnla ofVirginia
Virginia and two children Miss Naomi NaomiThomas NtWrnlThomas NaomiThomas
Thomas and Ernest Thomas master mast r me mechanic me mechanic meehanic ¬
chanic for Berkshire Electric Railway RailwayPittsfleW Rafl RailwayP1ttAeId ty tyPittsAeld
PittsfleW Mans ilassVeteran ita itaYcternn MansVeteran
Veteran Dies Dlc of Heart IIcartDlscasc IIcartDlscascSpeda1 Disease DiseaseSpecial DiseaseSsl
Special to The Wabtatoa V Herald JIIdHa JInsidHagerstowa HeraldHaeerstown
Haeerstown Ha etstowD Md Nov 36 aeTbolllRS aeTbolllRSONI Thomas ThomasONeal ThornssONeal
ONeal who for or many years operated operatedboats operatedj operatedboats
j boats on oi the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Canalwas CanalWq
was 55 found dead today at his home at atWllliamsport atWltliuDaport atWIilaznaport
Wllliamsport He was as seventythree seventythreeyears seventjotbreeI sovontythreeyears
years old aDd his death deat is believed to tohave tohave tohave
I have been due to heart failure He Heserved HeI Heserved
I served in the First Maryland Regiment Regimentduring Regimentd Regimentduring
during d the civil war U His wife met a atragic atrqIc atragic
tragic death by burning baml several years yearsago yearsago oars oarsPo
ago agoIVeTT Po
PoNew
New Lutheran Church Dedicated DedicatedCumberland DcUeatedCwnlterlaad DedicatedCuneberland
Cumberland Md Nov 2S 26The The he new newLutheran newLuthemn newLutheran
Lutheran church dnrch just completed at Oak Oakland OnlMd Oakland ¬
land Md in place of the structure that thatwas tbatwas thatwas
was destroyed by fire was dedicated to today toclay today ¬
day the dedicatory sermon b bqlng bing lng deliv delivered dellyerect dclivered ¬
ered by Rev J A A Stagfnaster D D Dpresident Dpreald8ltt Dpresident
president of the Theological Seminary at atGettysburg atGettysburg atGettysburg
Gettysburg Rev Re Edmund Manges is pas pastor pastor pustor ¬
tor
DEAL TO PASS TWO TWOBILLS TWOBILLS TWOBILLS
BILLS IS PLANNED PLANNEDCONTINUED PLANNEDCO PLANNEDCOTIUED
CONTINUED CO rI UBD FROM FIRST PAGE PAGEholidays PAGEholidayS FAGShoIidas
holidays so that the actual time at the thedisposal thedisposal thedisposal
disposal of the two Houses will be reduced reducedto reducedto
to a a trifle more than two months monthsAn monthsAn monthsArt
An opinion which is expressed more morefrequently morcfrequently morefrequently
frequently than usual this winter is that thaithe thatthe thatthe
the period at present allotted to short ses sessions se seslons sassions ¬
sions Is altogether too limited limit < to permit permitthe permitthe permitthe
the proper transaction of business busln St1I Rep Representative Re RereaentAUe Reiiresentative ¬
resentative Livingston of Georgia the theranking therunkinI therankIng
ranking Democrat of the Appropriations AppropriationsCommittee AppropriationCommIttee AppropriationaCommittee
Committee says 8 that three months is by byno byno byno
no moans sufficient for the th careful con consideration consideration consideration ¬
sideration of even the appropriation bills billsund blllsund billsand
und that as a result of the enforced hur hurry hurry hurFIT ¬
ry the committee is compelled e m Ued to accept acceptthe acceptthe acceptthe
the recommendations of department and andbureau andbureeu andbureau
bureau heads head without thorough investi investigation InYelt1gaUon investigation ¬
gation In consequence he says the to totals totals totals ¬
tals of the bills reported by the commit committee committee committee ¬
tee will be larger than they the should be bethis betbls bethis
this year yo r Congress has the power to add addto addto addto
to the length of the short session by pro providing provldlns providing ¬
viding for a meeting day earlier than the theiirst thellrst thefirst
first Monday in December DecemberPosted DecemberPosted DecemberPosted
Posted on Presidents Prelden Wishes WishesThe WishesThe VIsJtcsThe
The recommendations contained in the thePresidents theProsldents thePresidents
Presidents message me eage naturally natur lIy will have havemuch hI havemuch vo vomuch
much to do with the trend of legislation legislationbut l6glslaUonbut legislationbut
but it is quite obvious that the brief brieftime briettime brieftime
time at the disposal of Congress will willmake willmake willmake
make it impossible Impo ajble to aot on all the mat matters matters matters ¬
ters which Mr Roosevelt will wJll place be before before beore ¬
fore ore it The leaders are already adeadY pretty prettywell prettyweli prettywell
well informed as to the contents of th thmessage the themesa themessage
message mesa and their store of knowledge knowledgewill knowledgewtu knowledgewill
will be added to during durt the coming week weekfor weektor weekfor
for a as soon as the President returns they theywill theywill
will 111 descend on him in bunches prepared preparedto
to make up for the time they the have lost lostby lostby lostby
by reason of his absence absenceBy ablenoeBy absenceBy
By the end of the week fMk all of the mem members members momborn ¬
bers of consequence coa nce will know the de details de det11II dotails ¬
tails of the message which means that thatthey thatUtey thatthey
they will be informed as to wether it itwill itwill itwill
will contain any reference to the tariff tariffThat tariffTbat tariffThat
That is about the only onl matter of impor importance Importance Importance ¬
tance concerning which wl cb they are not ad advteeM advttMJrl advised
vteeM now nowBut noWDut nowBut
But the two Houses have their hands handsfull handsrun handsfull
full even without the work which the thePresidents thePrestdaDt thePresidents
Presidents suggestion tIon for new legislation legislationwill leei legislationwill t1on
will entail In addition to the th appropria appropriation awropriatlon appropriaties ¬
ties bill bills attention will be demanded by bya byR bya
a number of the important matters which whichthe whichthe whichthe
the long session did not act on Anally AnallyThe AnallyThe nally nallyThe
The immigration Imml tlOA Mil for example was wasleft wasJtt wasleft
left in conference when adjournment oc occurred occurred orcurred ¬
curred curredThe curredThe curredThe
The Senate and the House had each eachpassed eaehpa88ed eachimesed
passed a bill but the two had not been beenreconciled 1Jcenreeollclled beenreconciled
reconciled when the session ended and andit amiIt andit
it is certain that if the Fiftyninth Con Congress Congram ¬
gram 888 is brought to a close without the theenactment thectment theenactment
enactment ctment of a law providing additional additionalrestriction adaI additionalrestriction 1 1rotrtctJon
restriction on the enormous volume vol of ofimmigration otimmlcratlofi ofimmigration
immigration now pouring Into the United UnitedStates U1dteStates UOIIOdStates
States the lawmakers will 111 bear from the tbeCOUDtr thecountry thecountry
country in no uncertain u naln way waySinoot waySmoot waySmoot
Smoot CaKe Still Fending PondlnrThe pendlnlThe FendingThe
The Senate Sellat will have to deal with the the3moot theSineot I ISmoot
3moot can cue It It wishes isb to avoid the thecharge Utecharge thecharge
charge that its majority leaders have no 10ral noreal noreal
real desire to act in the premises Sena Senator S Stor Sesabr ¬
tor Smoot will have served four years of ofhis ofha ofhis
his sixyearterm on March 4 next and andif lidIf andif
if bin case is permitted to so over to the theSixtieth theSIXtieth theSixtieth
Sixtieth Congress it will 111 mean that the theRepublican tileRfPUbUcan theRepublican
Republican majority i ibU has no intention to todisturb to4UeQalb todisturb
disturb him So many promises have ha y been beenmade beene beenatade
made e that t at the public win not be inclined inclinedto
to believe anything ytbtDg is to Mo bodone be done until untilit untilit untilit
it is actually done The opinion preys prevalent NlVaIeat preyslent ¬
lent throughout the country is that if ifMr ItXl IfMr
Mr Sinoot is not fit t to be a member of ofthe oCtbe ofthe
the Senate h be should be ousted oust at once onceand 0IICethat onceLad
and that if he is i fit 1It th the stigma st which whichrests whichrests hlda hldare
rests re i on him should be removed relDO without witboutfurther withoutfurther withoutfurther
further loss 1 of time To The report of the theCommittee theCommittee theCommittee
Committee on Privileges and Elections te tenow sft isnSw
now before the Senate SenateTwo SenateTwo I
Two election reform measures meuu which whichmade whichmade hlch
made D little or BO progress tJ last la t a session sessionbecame acton actonbecause I
because beea of the fear 1 of the leaders in Con Congress Congress ¬
gress that definite action on them tie amtpt might mighthave mighthave
have an unfavorable effect on this t years yearspolitical yearspoiltlcsl
political contests may be brought broadttto to the thefront thefront
front again shortly after the two Houses Housesget Housesget
get together ther next Monday One On provide providefor providesfor
for publicity regardless of campaign ex expense cxPeases ¬
pense and campaign transaction gen generally genarally en ennd ¬
erally and nd th the other forbids campaign campaigncontribution eampalcnceatrlntloD campaignooiitilbutloii
contribution from rota corporation Both Bothhave Bothhae Bothhave
have the support of the President P t all allof allof allof
of the minority and several of the more moreindependent MKeIndependent moreindependent
independent Republican bllcana In House H and andSenate andSeDate andSenate
Senate Including IDCIu4tn Representative McCall MeCaJlof McCalloC McCallof
of Massachusetts MassachusettsLa cb tts ttsLn
La Fellettc llct1e Dill to Come Up UpSenator UpSeaator UpSenator
Senator 1 14 Follettes Foll t bill limiting the theworking tbewortdaK theworking
working hour hou of railway employ employee will willbe willTOted willbe
be voted on January a 1 the Senate hav having havInK bayIng ¬
ing agreed on that date last 1utao session If Ifthe IttlM ifthe
the bill passes th the Senate it will 111 have havea
a fairly good chance of getting through throughthe t1aroutbe throughthe
the House HouseThe HOUIIeTIM HouseThe
The Presidents visit to Porto Rico Ricowhere Rkowb Ricowhere
where wb re b be addressed the people of the theisland OM11aJMI theIsland
island as fellowcitlsens Celtowcit will lend in interest m mteftSt Interest ¬
terest to Senator Forakers bill which whichseeks whlebQ whichseeks
seeks Q to make them citizens legally leplawell a awell as aswell
well as sentimentally sentimentallyOther IftltimentallyOther sentimentallyOther
Other leftover bills bill of greater or lesser losoerimportance leseerImportaJlee lesserimportance
importance are those providing for copy copyright COPTrtht copyright ¬
right changes eba swamp reclamation ftCl matlon under underthe undertbe underthe
the irrigation act aet antiInjunction an aneighthour aneighthour n nelcbthour
eighthour day the retirement of super superannuated U superannuated r rannnated ¬
annuated Federal clerks and numerous numerousothers aU1De1OUtlotHers numerousotflers
others The Santo Domingo Isle hal of oflines ofPines ofPines
Pines and Moroccan treaties treat are still UIl to tobe tobe tobe
be acted on by the Senate SenateVIRGINIA SenatevntGINIA SenateVIItGINIA
VIRGINIA RECTOR TO WED WEDI WEDSnnJement WEDIngngentent
I BngrnRcmcnt of Rev Mr Klnsolvlnp Klnsolvlnpi IilnlloITlngnnd Kinsolvingand
i nnd Miss 1 Pitt Is Annonnced AnnonncedRichmond Annonnced1Uc AnnouncedRichmond
Richmond 1Uc mond Va Nov S 5AnnoQncement 5AnnoQncementbJ Announcement AnnouncementIv
Iv made m e of the coming < marriage of Rev RevWythe RevWthe RevWythe
Wythe Leigh Kinsolving KlnlOlvin to Miss oU Annie AnnieLaurie AnnieLaure AnnieLaurie
Laurie Pitt daughter of Rev R R H H Pitt PittI Pitteditor Pitteditor
I editor of the th Religious Herald and pastor pasterI puteror pastorof
I of the Ashland Baptist church churchMr ehurehMr churchMr
Mr Xlnaoiving KluolvtD is the rector of the theEpiscopal tAeEpIttcopal theEpiscopal
Episcopal church in Barton Heights H lIe lIefa Ho Hois J Jis
is a brother of o Rev Arthur Kinsolving Kt Mlvlng of ofNew ofNew ofNew
New York York and brother brother of Bishop Kin Kinsolving Klnlvtn Kinsolving
solving lvtn of Brazil Misg MI Pitt is widely widelyknown widelyknown widelyknown
known for her beauty and cleverness clevernessMuch clevernessMuch clevernessMuch
Much interest also attaches to the an announcement annfuneement announeement ¬
nouncement just made of the coming comingwedding comingweddiAg comingwedding
wedding of Milton E E Elliott of Norfolk Norfolkto
to Miss Lucy Hamilton Cocke of the theUniversity theUI theUniversity
UI University vwtty of Virginia VI inla Miss Cocke is the thedaughter tile11au theilaughter
daughter 11au ter of John Bowdota Cocke and andMr aJKlilr andMr
Mr Elliott te th the son of Warren rarren G GBlHott GElliott GEIliott
Elliott ElliottrCUE
MCUE POLICY IS VOID VOIDNoted VOIDoted VOIDNoted
Noted oted Case Is oJ Decided In Favor of ofLife ofIlrc ofLife
Life Insurance Company CompanySpeeM CompanySpesid
SpeeM 1 to t The Washington Herald HerULynchburg IIenJdLynchbur HeraldLynehburg
Lynchburg Va Nov 2S 2iJudge Judge Mc McDowell McDowell McDoweli ¬
Dowell of the United States District DistrictCourt DlstrfetCourt DistrictCourt
Court of Western Virginia In the case of ofthe orthe ofthe
the estate tate of J Samuel McCue who was wasbarged 1a5brgecl ivanbarged
barged in Charlottesvllle for murder murderagainst murderaplnst murdersgalnst
against the Northwestern NoithwftJt rn Life Insurance InsuranceCompany InsuranceCompanj InsuranceCompany
Company for the payment of the liMfl liMflInsurance 1i0Q0Insurance 1iOGOInsurance
Insurance poHY on the life of the execut executed executed executeti ¬
ed man holds that the company is not notliable notliable notliable
liable for the face of th the policy polic as pay payment MYment paymast ¬
ment under such conditions would tend to toencourage toncoura8 toencourage
encourage ncoura8 crime crimeThe crimeThe crimeThe
The case was argued in Chamber In InRichmond inRichmond inRichmond
Richmond ten days ago agoWatch agoWatch
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t I l lI E TLRLD TLRLDJohn
I I L John Kimberly Mumford MumfordOf
Of 523 Fifth Avenue New York YorkAUTHOR YorkAUTHOR
3 AUTHOR OF ORIENTAL RUGS SCRIBNERS SCRIBNERSWill SCRIBNERSWill SCRIBNERSL
L Will Offer at Public PublicSalein PublicSaleinThe Sale in inThe inThe
The Sloan Galleries 1407 G SNJ SNJAn StI V VAn j jAn
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An Extraordinary Collection or orASIATIC of ofASIATIC J JASIATIC <
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ASIATIC FLOOR COVERINGS COVERINGSComprising COVERINGSComprising j t2 I IComprising
Comprising more than 700 pieces representing practically every weaving district in Asia AsiaThe AsiaThe AsiaThe
The collection presents AN IMMENSE RANGE of colors sizes shapes and textile qualities qualitiesOn qualitiesOn qualitiesOn
On Exhibition TODAY AND TUESDAY TUESDAYNOVEMBER TUESDAYNOVEMBER TUESDAYNOVEMBER
NOVEMBER 26 AND 27 27The 27The 27The
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The sale will begin on WEDNESDAY morning and continue on FRI FRIDAY FRIDAY FRIDAY ¬
DAY NOV 30 omitting THANKSGIVING DAY and on MONDAY MONDAYTUESDAY MONDAYt MONDAYtTUESDAY MONDAY1TUESDAY
TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 3d 4th and 5tk 5th 1906 1906with 1906with 1906with
with two sessions daily Mornings at 11 oclock Afternoons at 3 oclock oclockMr 0 oclockMr clock clockMr
Mr Mumford will be in attendance during the sale to answer any questions regarding the thenigs therugs therugs
rugs and on TUESDAY afternoon the second exhibition day will deliver deliverA deliverA deliverA
A LECTURE ON RUGS RUGSTickets I ITickets
oC oCTickats I <
Tickets or Catalogues S Will Be Mailed on Application to toC toC CF CFC
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OTTAWA iAYIk IS QUOTING UOTIG DAISH DAISHWashington DAISH1 DAISH1Washington DATSIIWashington
Washington Attorney Roundly Crit Criticised Criticised Criticised ¬
icised District Government GovernmentTaken GovernmentTaken GovernmentTaken
Taken to Task by Citizens Here He HeStands HeStnnls lieStands
Stands Firmly by the Views flew lie HeExpressed lieexpressed lieBxpreased
Expressed in Private Letter LetterThe LetterTM LetterThe
The eyes of Ottawa Ottawa the capital oC can Cswade cI cIar canad
ade ad ar are still tilt turned toward Washington Waeotestonand W Wand
and many of them believe they tbe7lOIerat see m the thegovernment thegovernment
government by commission of the DIll Dtetrlct DIlltrlet Dintrict
trlct of Columbia a desirable improve improvement Improvemeat pro promeat ¬
meat over their form of municipal guy government pyemment guyeraunent ¬
ernment The press of Canada is very veryearnest NretUMat veryteznest
earnest in the discussion and the board boardto boudof boardof
of tllMh trod ol Ottawa ha nM so far farto U Uto
to recommend a change to a district districtabout dIaU1ctabout districtabout
about Ottawa something IIOIINth like likeDistrict the theDistrict theDistrict
District of Columbia It has been sug suggested suggested taI taIseste4 ¬
gested that a plebiscite let I8dte on the question questionshould qdoIIbouId questionihouhi
should be taken at the Ut next Ottawa civic chrteelection cItcclectioD civicelection
election to be held in January JIIl V7 but buta buta ut uta
a considerable number < of Ottawa prop property pr0perty property ¬
erty holders are opposed to the Idea Mr MrH MrH MrII
H H B F Macfarland president preal etlt of the theBoard therd thtBoard
Board rd Of District Commissioners Coe here hererecently here hereneeatl harerecently
recently neeatl went to Ottawa and spoke 00k ole eloquently tIo tIoque olequefitly ¬
quently que t1l of the beauties 118 of this form of ofi otpYentmeDt Ofgovernment
i government governmenti pYentmeDtThe
i The Tb Toronto Globe Is rather inclined to tooppose tooppolM tooppose
oppose the project roct saying a71D ytng that The Themunldpal Thmunicipal Themunicipal
municipal management of the American AmericanCapital AJaer1eutCapital Americancapital
Capital is among amoD the institutions to which whichdistance wWcbdtstlUlCe whichdistance
distance lends enchantment The Globe Globedeclared Glnbedeebtred Globedeclared
declared that when beIt a commission er was wasonce wuODCC wasonce
once appointed by > the Federal govern government 1OftIIIIment governmont ¬
ment to investIgate IIIV the Washington ton corn oommhnrton coaam cornmission
mission m on a deplorable e state of affairs was wasfound w wfnund wasfound
found Some of the assessments IJIfta IJIftatOn were werefound werefound
found < to be much too low and other otMrnot evils evilsnot evilsnot
not specified were discovered discoveredMr dJ discoveredMr eoftled1IIr
Mr John B Daish a well welllcJlown known young youngWaehtngtoa 7OUn 7OUnWhIDtOR youngWashington
Washington attorney is quoted by many manyof JIID7of manyof
of the Canadian papers To a dthen of ofOttawa ofOttawa ofOttawa
Ottawa he wrote as follows followsI
I If UM pwvfc pe of Ottawa dMtot th tIN tINof went wentSM uesth
SM h font of mmUytt avaId Mmmt I t t If Ifto thtr whh whhto kfc kfcMd
to lal an IfuIfhl sad 1rJilL kimpoedis > SiIIIe lID lIDiii n ncrus
crus iii tW willa si to hass a 11M pncrsI t ta deed deedneed
need b a diea ei Md H they wnh to enaarit enaaritsoieUt ermaitaidde t tIIIiet
soieUt M to their iadtridtMl traacaiMt I Mnafly Mnaflyat IUwII1the
at t the aeojHkm ado of the syiNa jnoaa f goftfoaiiat goftfoaiiatwUek eOo goeermstwbkk I t twbida
wUek we b base e ia this DMiiet At a awtter sttsr of offact offact oftact
fact bat aw rcMoa ptraOto a te t tolerate UM UMabawi benicb theabem
abawi aader which wt life that is that one emthird third thirdoT
01 oar popaUuea both actual sad capable of ofu vot votin ot otins
in u k accra U UIIdIr r melt eireuaMUaeei you can eaaveQ caawn canmU
veQ t lee that a few JHmnoosnn atawi ahe with wiCIacuIoNII UK UKoototwi thecaloisi
oototwi Kite te waoVi n JU and p perhaps rbapi rain m We Wetame Weftfe Wepeter
peter to affcr the erOs we sew hess then IF SO SOtlMw totksa
tame w w kwrnr It Mt ofi I MM aot mauter fM wna wnatbe wtdathe whthe
the MHttdptl 1 aofcraaMBt of Ottawa O bat k itbe out outbe mabe
be BO wan 1JII8fM than oon oonM It II true oar r rM poerserat poerserata
M it fM a as aaaaeM m I e r d is Isia aa boaa bunsi oat oattrmment usein
ia fact It Ms so lie be Jar the U ttotod Sease IlK IlKMIIIti oncremat
trmment ottcMi awttt tb die aceosato ujomm ujommBoiktoB There 1II8e1IOdallg ii iisothies
BoiktoB the to toawat = = ia cur heer 01 01The atThe
awat awatThe
The Canadian Ca dlan Club of Ottawa invited invitedspeakers mvttedepe invitedspeakers
speakers epe < kers conversant conv rsant with municipal af affairs afCalls atfairs ¬
fairs to present pr t their views before It tt and andthis aadthia nodthis
this club consists of SOD representative representativemen
men of Ottawa OUa wa City and province provinceThat proVinceThat provinceThat
That distinguished writer Prof Gold Goldwin QoId1n Goldwin
win 1n Smith also came to the rescue of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the good name n me of Washington and in Inreply a areply areply
reply to the communication from Mr MrDaisit Mra1sd MrDslsn
Daisit wroteI wrote
I hftppta t to bam 11 a4 UM M the pport mtvalty tty of ofdtm oferittin aob aobanttkx
anttkx Mr DaMit D strienn htuit ca tht tIiIeMeat eiQr onus aovemmwt onusinant
Meat of WMhiagtoa v to aa A Aerurima orfc > a frtaad VMC VMCraideat IreIkkat ha harasidest
raideat la that citr ctt My Mead hteIIdYr expresseS CTPMMI rtftan rtftansurpriK see seesuqaire
surpriK Mr DUb Ds while he VMS me MOW s 117 ftQJutMge sy syIsaisege atroag atroaglaaciMg
laaciMg potato Is oat ao laceiBe iaiha IIDtnte or abate abatetrcebd aIs aIsThe
The trcebd node of apaontthw ti be er nrnmiatom at atWaotteatoa atw atWbtea
Waotteatoa w woold be iaapolkablt datahue Hat HataM Bat11II lintall
aM ar obawratioas oas ao4 iafomMata b T dtoriMd dtoriMdaw dsedstan MII MIIif
aw if UM tdariatetrataitt etts 4am not ibow ow UM theatoassi ad advaatiajM adt1I
vaatiajM of skilled stable and natty mpoMibta mpoMibtaseretaBieaL TUJlI TUJlIlIIKer8t rerpoedblsoncrt
seretaBieaL seretaBieaLThe lIIKer8t oncrtThe It ItThe
The views v ws of numerous Washington Washingtonlane Washingtonlane tablnStonJane
lane have been sought ht by b letter and al almost almost almost ¬
most without exception they commend commendthe commendthe commendthe
the District of Columbia form of govern government governmeat governmeat ¬
meat But the Daish letter continues to tobob tobob tobob
bob up and confront the champions of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the proposed change < e Mr Daish said last lastevening 1uteveni lastevening
evening eveni that his letter was not notwrttten notwrtttenCor written writtenfor writtenfor
for publication pu Ueatlon but he stands by every everyword everyword everyword
word he said Some prominent Wash WashIngtoniane Washlngtonlan Washlngtonlans
Ingtoniane have taken him to task ta but butho 1mtho buthe
ho refuses to yield his hi position positionG po8ItIoG
G A Pearre in XCTV Law Firm FirmCumberland FirmCumberland JYjrmCtimberland
Cumberland Md Nov X 5Consre IOOemman Congress Congressman s sIDan ¬
man George A A Pearre has formed a a law lawpartnership lawpartnership lawpartnership
partnership with Irvine R R Dickey for formerly formerly formerly ¬
merly of Baltimore who is attorney to tethe totle tothe
the board of Aliegany County commJs commJsskmers eotnInMsoners eotmtleatoners
skmers Mr Dickey owes the latter ap appointment apPointmsnt p ppolntmtnt ¬
pointment to Col Pearres influence Mr MrDickey MrDl MrDickey
Dickey Dl key is related to W Irvine Cross Crou of oftho ofI ofthe
tho legal department of the Baltimore Baltimoreand Bt Baltineand tlmortt tlmorttand
I and Ohio Railroad BailroadAccents RailroadI RaIlroadAccepts
I
Accepts Call to Davis W Va VaCumberland VaCumberland I ICumberland
Cumberland Md Nov Rev Walter WmltsrW Walteri WalterV i
W V Edge of Flemington 3 Gs Ga u has ac accepted accepted ccceptod ¬
cepted a call to the pastorate of the thePresbyterian uI uPresbyterllut thePresbyterian
Presbyterian Church at Davis Da vIs TV V Va Vannd VaI Vahind
I I nnd will fill the pulpit the Ant ma Sunday in inDecember I II inDecember
I December DecemberScheme DecemberScheme j ji jScheme i
Scheme to Escape 3Iothcrlnlav 3IothcrlnlavCumberland lUotberI MotherInlawCumberland law I
j Cumberland Md Nov 26 iCbarlN CharJes Hel Hclferstay Helferstay I II
ferstay aged twentythree of Luke this thtecounty thiscounty 1 1coun
I county coun attempted to commit suldda > at athis athis athis
his home tonight after a quarrel with withhis wIthhis withhis
his mothcrininlow by shooting himself
I
SPECIAL TRAIN FOR CONVICTS COMIGTSFederal CONVICTSFederal CONVICTSFederal
Federal Prisoners from Many Jails Jailson Jailson JailsoIl
on Handcuffed Excursion ExcursionTransferring ExoursionTranfferrlnJ ExcursionTransferring
Transferring from Northern Peni Penitentiaries PenltentfnrJex Penitentlarles ¬
tentiaries to Xetr ew Federal Prison Prisonat Prisonnt Prisonat
at Atlanta Ga GoRobert GaJtalNrt GaRobert
Robert V V Lajdow L of ofsvenus Mnenaehwrattg XeiIw = Qt Qtaft4 j javenue
avenue and Thirteenth street who baa baaoeea 1Msoen hasoesu
oeea tat I Boston during rlng the ti last week ar arranging armunging 1 1for
ranging for or the transfer of nme n nine Federal Federalprisoners Wedentlto Federalprisoners
prisoners to the new government prison prisonat
at Atlanta Ga IK not expected in Wash Washington W WashIngtoii b bbactaII ¬
ington until tomorrow and will 111 almost almostimmediately almostImmediately tImmediatelJ
immediately leave lea for the South with his hischarges hischarges
charges on the unique special l train which whichwffl whlehwm whichwill
will bear them and many companions companionsfrom CIOIItMUIlonstroaa companionstrain
from other Eastern points to their new newprison DeWprtoa newprison
prison home homeThis JMmMTIaIa borneThis
This train uaIa the greatest grM convict train trainever trainever trainever
ever known in tile history of tile country countryand couatrJnet countryand
net and probably that of the worldwill worldwillcontain wortdwlHcontaID worldwillcontain
contain government prisoners n1soners s of many manytypes manrtn manytypes
types and from many cities It wfHpaes wfHpaesthrough dlpustbrOUIh will pass passUuougb
through Washington tomorrow but be before be before before ¬
fore reaching this city it will have taken takenon takenOD takenon
on contingents received from State Stat pris prisons p s s0IIa ¬
ons 05 at t SmgSIng now 110 Osfiining O lnlng Auburn AuburnDannenora Auburnra AuburnDannmora
Dannenora ra also known as Clinton pris prison pelsI prisat ¬
on in I the heart of the Adirondack wil wilderness wII4enM111 wftderneas ¬
derness Trenton Moyamenaing > o g Charles Charleston CharlestoR Charleston ¬
ton toR Pittsburg Baltimore Baltimore and other otherplaces t1Mrt1aees otherplaces
places of confinement eoaftDemeDtOoYemment confinementGovernment confinementGovernment
Government prisoners r may not be con confined COnbed confined ¬
fined at State Institutions buJUtuUo when there are areaccommodations areaceommodatloaa areaccommodations
accommodations for them ia I Federal Federalprisons Pederalprisona Federalprisons
prisons and for this reason the Atlanta Atlantaprison Atlantaprbon Atlantaprison
prison has been built built and is now to re receive re recetve receive ¬
ceive a goodly population of desperate desperatecharacters desperatecbalaeters desperatecharacters
characters and mildmannered cutthroats cutthroatsfrom cutthroatstroIa cutthroatsfleas
from th tha various at States which have acre acretofore here heretofore heretofove
tofore sheltered them themThe tlem tlemThe J1L J1LTbe
The Boston party In charge of Mr MrLadow MrLa4low MrLadow
Ladow includes lnebad Thomas M Dram former formermate formermate formermate
mate of the bark Herbert Fuller twice twiceconvicted twiceconvicted twiceconvicted
convicted of three murders on the high highseas htSltbSdes highseas
seas besides a quintette of notorious notoriouscounterfeiters JtOtodouscou notorioustjtfdtes
cou counterfeiters terfelt rs Fred B Wilson Won John JohnDavis JohftDeYIa JohnDavis
Davis Edward B Wiggin Louis Bark 3erkwith Berkwith Barkwith
with with and Morris Levanson Lev RSOft Others ia iahis 1fthis Inhis
his charge are James F Blake Frank FrankWebb PrankWebb FrankWebb
Webb and John Teban whose little spe specialty specialt3 1t9clalt7 ¬
cialty used to be the ti robbing of country countrypostoces countrypoetomcee countrypootodices
postoces until the secret service men menput menput menput
put them out of the way wayFifteen wayFlCtHD wayFifteen
Fifteen convicts will 111 come from River Riverside RiveraWe Riverside ¬
side near Pittsburg among whom is one oneby oneby oneby
by the name IIM of Miller formerly cashier cashierof caahleroC cashierof
of a bank at Claysville Pa Millers time timeIs timeIs timeIs
Is nearly served and he has made mad objec objection O objoction ¬
tion to being bri removed to Atlanta AtlantaThe AtlantaThe AtlantaThe ift1
The train itself presents a most un unusual ununal ususual ¬
usual spectacle and extraordinary pre precautions preeauUOfts procautions ¬
cautions are taken to guard against an anoutbreak anoutbrk anoutbreak
outbreak on the part of the desperate desperatecharacters desperatecbreters desperatecharacters
characters comprising the major portion portionof portiOnof portionof
of its passenger list Guards armed to tothe tothe tothe
the teeth are omnipresent omnlpresentb9ut about one to toevery toevery toevery
every three prisoners pri oners while the latter are arehandcuffed areban arehandcuffed
handcuffed ban together and in some cases casesconfined cu cuconftned casesconfined
confined by ankle chains as well wellHELPS weUHELPS wellRELPS
HELPS POOR PEOPLE SAVE SAVEAssociated SAVEAssociated SAVEAssociated
Associated Charities Believes in inPreparing InPrepnrln inPreparing
Preparing for Hard Times TimesIn TlntcIn TimesIn
In time of plenty plent prepare for want is isthe Isthe isthe
the motto adopted a by the Associated AssociatedCharities AseoclatedCharities AssociatedCharities
Charities of Washington WashingtonIn
In speaking of the preparation Jrep rAllon of the thework thowork thework
work for the coming winter Secretary Secretaryi SecretaryCharlQ SecretaryCharles
i Charles F Weller of the Associated AssociatedCharities As80clatedChariUes AssociatedCharities
Charities said yesterday that it has been beenthe ooenthe beenthe
the aim of the eight agents of the asso association assoelation ¬ I Ielation
elation each one of whom is responsible responsiblefor i ifor
for a certain section of the city to ac acquaint scquaint ¬ I Iquaint
quaint themselves them lves with the conditions ot oti orfamiU offamilies
i families famiU visited vt during the summer so sothat 80that sothat
that when winter comes the association associationcan assocliti on oncan
can be in position to respond to the more morenumerous morenumerous morenumerous
numerous calls for assistance assistancei assistanceEach assistanceEach
i Each family and individual j is urged urgedduring urgedduring urgedduring
during their period of prosperity to save savesomething sayesometbin savesomething
something of their earnings if it be only onlyfive ouljfive onlyftve
five cents a a week An agent of the as association aa aatIOClstlon assoclation ¬
sociation makes a weekly collection of the thesavings thesaylqa thesavings
savings and in this tb manner 1 12000 was wascollected wascollected wa wacollected
collected from the poor families famlll of the theDistrict lbeDIstrict theDistrict
District during the last year ur This Thismoney Thismoney Thismoney
money amounting to three Ave or pos possiWy possibly pensibly
sibly ten dollars In individual cases ases is re returned retumecl returned
turned to them when a request Is I made or orj ornecqatty ornecemity
j neceasity demands demandsi emanclsDurin demandsDuring
i During Durin the year ending June M II MC6 MC6S746 1i06tit6 i iI7
S746 I7 applications were received from or orj orIn orin
j in behalf of needy families This repre represents represents represcorn
sents about onethirtieth of the entire entirepopulation ootJrepopulation entirepopulation
population of the District DistrictThe DistrictThe DistrictThe
The Associated Charities depends en entirely entirely entirely ¬
tirely upon voluntary contributions contributionsagff 1f 1fWag i ibeing
agff being collected last year yearMarines yearMarines ear earlInrlnes
Marines Arrive from Cuba CnbaNorfolk CuIHNorfolk CubaNorfolk
Norfolk Va VL Nov Nov5Tbe X 36The The transport transportPrairie traAsportPrairie transportPrairie
Prairie with four marina marl e officers and aad1SB andlSI amil
1SB l privates aboard arrived in Hampton HamptonRoads HamptonRoacls HamptonRoads
Roads today from Havana The detach detachment detachment detachmont ¬
ment formed a part of the forces of the theAmerican theAmerican theAmerIcan
American occupation u9tlon Officers and men menare DIeDare menare
are reported in good health healthCanplit healthCaught healthCaught
Caught on Bridge antI Killed KilledBristol KilledBristol KilledBristol
Bristol Va Nov 31 5John John Moore a aresident are9dent aresident
resident of Limestone Llm one Tenn was run rundown rundown rundown
down and killed by a fast t st passenger train trainon tndoon trainon
on the Southern Railway being caught caughton
on a bridge near his home J
J
COAL ENOUGH FOR CENTURIES CENTURIESNo
No Fear of the Supply Soon Becom Becoming Beooming Becoming
ing Exhausted ExhaustedGeological ExhaustedGeololeal ExhaustedGeological
Geological Survey Officials Laugh LauJhnt LauJhntFears afi afiFears n nFears
Fears That Fuel tIny Become BecomeScarce DeeomeScaree1n BecomeScarce
Scarce Scaree1n in Few Years YearsOfficials YearsOfficlJ Yearsomdak
Officials of Ute Geological Survey do doeinr 41 41dare dodare
dare einr that the present genonuton g gesevad that thatorations dIocatJon thaiorations
orations need ROt worry about the t 8 oeai oeaigeneration 0IIIL1goo oaalgenoratlon
generation goo oration to follow fo ow amid stlM stui other 9t gan gansuppiy g gupplr gsupply
supply of the United States StatesThere StateTherct StateeThere
There is abundance of coal in thte thtecountry sIcountry t tcountry
country said one or the survey 8Unayuts soles solestlets sciont1ts
tlets In fact tact there is coal to totor born bvrnfor bornor
for or many centuries ceatur to come While It Is toimpossible Is1mpoulble ishupOnsfid
impossible to make any accurate CC1Ira i prophecy prophecyI epnaey epnaeyI ICY ICYI
I think it is salfe to say that die tHIn smppir smppirin
in the United < States will last for 4JK9 4 or orMM ori oryears
i MM years yearsThe yearsThe yearsThe
The Idea Id has gone abroad ia the land landthat Jaaclthat landthat
that the tremendous 0u8 consumption of coal coalin coellit coatin
in the last twentyfive t years threatens threatensto t
to exhaust the supply and nd In laa laaparattYeIr g gpara a oato oatoparativeb
para parattYeIr lively few years a a nevr newt ne fa fato tMi tMito I Iw
to be invented or orplace diecov diecovplace dtecoVpIaee
place of tAts product productWhy productWhy 7 7Wby
Why do you know some somd nom people am asmreally amreally antreally
really worrying about their fuel f1lelu necessi necessities pecss pecssties ¬
ties u for next year and the tber year sEfter sEftercontinued tttercontinued sitercontInued
continued the scientist scientistSome scientistSome t tSome
Some Interesting > statistics of the pro production 110 110duct10n production ¬
duction and consumption of coal in the theUnited I6United theLnked
United States have 1e been prepared by bySurvey 1M 1MSurvey theSurvey
Survey Up to the close of the year 15 15the 1jI5the I Ithe
the total production had amounted to to2S4eaff toMlU4L
2S4eaff MlU4L tons In the following decade decMeinereased it itincreased Itincreased
increased to 4tt425UK ions making ma the thetotal tiletotal thetotal
total production up to that time wore worethan merethan e ethan
than mCQ06M 7Olcm tons The grand total of ofcoal ofcoal ofcoal
coal produced in this country up to HS6 HS6was 1IiI6was 1116was
was i1O77J57l 70773571 short tone toneThis tonTnls tonsThIS
This great eat increase mer in the production productionof
of coal when considered with the in increase Increase increase ¬
crease in the population says 15 a Survey Surveyreport SarMreport Serverreport
report furnishes some interesting interestingparfeons laterefi1Dcpdsoas ones onesparsons <
parsons Going back for a a period of otJlttle a alittle alittle
little over fifty years ago or to the mid middle 1IIIddie maiddl ¬
die dl of the last century and comparing comparingthe COIftPIIlIagthe comparingthe
the statistics sta11 tles of coal production with the theincreased tIIlnereued theincreased
increased population I it is found that in In In1S5O In1so
1550 1S5O according < to the census for that year yearthe Jearthe yearthe
the production produ tion of coal coo amounted to M45 M45L 4Th 4ThUi
611 L tons when the population of the coon conntry country coontry
try amounted to SSlSTB 191S7t persons The Thoper Tb Tbper Theper
per capita production of coal in that year yearis na naIs yearIs
is thus seen to have been 9TK I2 tons In In1SW InIS
1SW IS ten years later the population was was114J wasZl4Z13i
3141331 114J m persons and the coal production productionamounted prodtaeUonamounted produedonamounted
amounted to 14JUjez i4333 tons or an avecagoof average averageof y yof
of 614 i14 14 ton per person personThe pentOnThe personThe
The per capita consumption has Jumped Jumpedby juMpedby Jumpedby
by leaps and bounds ahead of tint th in increase litcrease ¬ t tcrease
crease in population populationThe populatJooThe populationThe
The report continues uWWI While the pop population Jep JepulAtlon papulation ¬
ulation from 156 18 to ISM has shown ut in increase illcrease increase ¬
crease of 230 per cent the production of ofj o ocoal ofcos1
j coal increased 4664 4 per cent centCUBANS ceatCUBANS coatCUBANS
CUBANS WANT U S TROOPS TROOPSBetter TROOPSDetter TROOPSBetter
Better Classes Realize Helplessness Helplessnessand
and Will ViII I7rg IYrgD > Retention RetentionDr RctentlonDr
Dr J 1 W Thomas formerly connected connectedwith conaecWdwith connectedwith
with the War ar Department has returned returnedfrom retUlDdtrom returnedfrom
from a business trip to Cuba He went wentto wentto wentto
to Havana last summer before the break breaklag breaking breaklag
lag out of the recent insurrection and andwas az4was 4 4was
was in Cuba during drID the uprising Dr DrThomas DrThomas DiThomas
Thomas speaks Spanish and has bUfrle1J many manyfriends ntUYfriends
friends s among the residents of the island islandHe waacLHe islandHe
He says few Americans really know the thetrue thetrue thetrue
true condition la Cuba He H said no event eventsince eventSiflC t tstnce
since SiflC the blowing up of the Maine has hascreated liascreeted 1552created
created the excitement In Havana that the theentry theentry theentry
entry of the cruiser Denver did Her com coming COlDing corntog ¬
ing with its small force of marines turned turnedthe taraeclthe turnedthe
the tid tide of revolution and saved the city dtyfrom cttyfrom cityfront
from a horror no maa could imagine imagineDr I IDr imagineDr
Dr Thomas said the efforts e orta of Messrs MessrsTaft MessrsTaft MM j jTAft
Taft and Bacon to bring b DK order oat eutoC eutoCr811lutionary of ofrevolutionary ofrevolutionary
revolutionary chaos were not only oalout T nW nWbut ne nebut
but were much appreciated by the better betterefaus MiUercbus beaterclass
class of Cubans He said the Cubans Cubansfeel Cubansfeel NUIS NUISreel
feel that the American authorities are aretheir aretbelr aretheIr
their friends frlenct and have confidence 00IUId that thatthe tilatthe 4 4the
the powerful hand of Uncle Sam scan alone alonecan alonecan
can save their republic republicDr republicDr republIcDr
Dr Thomas Tbo l8s sM be believed the United UaitedStates UAltedStates UnitedStates
States army arm will stay a long lo time ties In InCuba inCuba inCuba
Cuba If Itbey they do not not it will be mess necessary ateeSSUj messsari ¬
sari to repeat what had been doa within withinthe WfthInthe Withinthe
the last few months at intervals until natlltha uUlthe untilthe
the present generation in Cuba is imp impplanted IRQplanted supplnted
planted by one on capable of selfgovern seJlgowrament saltgovernmont selfgovernment ¬
ment He repeated the words of a score soereof HeI9of scoreof
of his friends who told him that Cuba Cubawas cwas Cstbawas
was not fit for selfgovernment 5elfgovemm llt He de declared de declared dodared ¬
clared the experiment had miserably fail failed taUed fellcii ¬
ed ed and it would fail much quicker quick s sec second uscend ¬
end time because the strain between tho thotwo thotwo thetwo
two chief political parties is more tense tensethan tea teasethan e et1
than t1 n It has ever been There is ROt meow aowpatriotism 1IOWpatriot1sm meowpatriotism
patriotism enough in Cuba to save her herDr 1MrDr herDr
Dr Thomas declares that the entire entirenegro Q entirenegro tk6 tk6negro
negro population much of the halfbreed halfbreedelement haJfbreedelement halfbreedelement
element and some of the poorer Span Spanlards Spealards Spaniards
lards were intent upon ODe thing t lag Ad aadthat Adthat andthat
that was w s to get a living without work workThe workThe workThe
The only way they UUt can reasonably expect expectto
to avoid industry is to hold public office officeand keand officeand
and when the party to which they hap happen happen happen ¬
pen to belong is I not in power the only onlyalternative onlyultorntltlve onlyalternative
alternative is to seize se1z Ize the machete or a arifle arifle f frithr
rifle mount a horse and become eoeme an Insur Inaurrecto Insurrecto insurredo
recto
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