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customhouse custom bouw yesterday yesterdayMr ye yesterdayMr terday terdayllr
Mr MacVeagh MacYe lh has been aroused by b the theconditions theI theonditions
c conditions ondIUo that prevail and apparently IB iedetermined IBdetermined 18determlnfd
determined to get et at the bottom bottomIt bottom1t bottomIt
It is asserted ted at the Treasury Depart Department Dopartment Department ¬
ment however howe that it was his intentionfrom Intention Intentionfrom Intentiontrom
from the time he assumed his present presentoitlco preHnto1Ueo presentofltco
oitlco to make a thorough inquiry into all allbranches 11branches allbrancboa
branches of o the Treasury service met and andthat andthat sadHutt
that his current activity is 1 In n line lase withthat with withthat 1th 1ththat
that determination determinationWe
We think our houses are clean some sometimes me metllne ¬
times when they are ar not not said the Secretary Sec Secretary Secretary ¬
retary of tho Treasury TIme passes pastesrapidly passesrapidly paucsrapidly
rapidly and when we come to look Into Intothe Inlothe Intothe
the matter of housecleaning we discover discoverthat d discoverthat ver verthat
that it t was not a year ago that the thelast thelast
last cleaning took place but four or five flvoyears fiYeyttfUS fiveyears
years ago Wo have made such l a dis discovery dlaeovory discoaory ¬
covery and are starting in to cleanhouse clean cleanhouse eleanhouse
house again againMacVcafsli againIncYcnJh
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Mr M r MacVeagh lacY h had a conference with withCollector withCollector withCollector
Collector Loeb and others in the govern government pvernment government ¬
ment service in New York on Monday Mondaynight Iondaynight
night with the lb object of finding out by bypersonal bYlenonl byersonal
personal p ersonal examination all about the trou trouble trouble trouble ¬
ble In the customhouse former District DistrictAttorney DlatrlctAttorney DistrictAttorney
Attorney Stlmeon who was employed bythe by bythe bythe
the government after the expiration of ofhis orhis
his term of office to prosecute pro the sugar sugartrust au sugartrust r rtrUtit
trust frauds was present Ie nt and was ex examined examllMd examined ¬
amined by Mr MacVeagh MacVeaghAttorney MacYeqhAttorney MacVeaahAttorney
Attorney General WIckersham traveledrom traveled traveledfrom tnveledfrom
from f rom Washington to Philadelphia withPresident with withPresident ith i iPreeldent
President Taft Thursday hur night and it is isthe Isthe lathe
the understanding that the prosecution of ofthe oCtb ofthe
the tb the sugar trust was was w the main subject of oftheir oftheir oftheir
their three hours h hour unf conversation oonver tlon Mr MrWtokergnain MrWickertun MrWickersham
Wtokergnain returned to Washington W tOft yes yesterday yeeterday yesterday ¬
terday afternoon but no statement in his hisbehalf hisbehalr hisbehalf
behalf could be obtained at the Department Depart Department Department ¬
ment of JusticeOne Justice JusticeOne JusticeOne
One of the fleet steps in Mr Mac MacVeaghs MaeVeachs MacVeaghs
Veaghs housedeantnc process 1 will be areorgsnlsstfos a areorganisation areorpnlatloR
reorganisation of that branch of the theTreasury theTTeaWY theTreasury
Treasury Department to which the corps corpsof corpaoC corpsof
of special customs agents is attached attachedThese attachedThe8e attachedThese
These agents ents constituta the secret service serviceof Mmeot retriesof
of the customs administration and are areregarded areregarded areregarded
regarded by Mr MacVeagh as the righthand right righthand rIhthand
hand of the Secretary of the Treasury in inhis Inhis fahis
his effort to protect the revenues from fromfraud fromtraud fromraud
fraud f inefficiency and carelessness carelessness3I carolen carolenIfl carelessnessMar
Mar 3I Ifl y He Dctnched DctnchedIt
It Is probable that when Secretary MacVeagh Mac MacVeaajh Macy
Veaajh y acts in the matter he will detach detachall detachaU detachall
all special agents from permanent em employment wnployment ternt
ployment at customhouses and use thetathereafter them themthereafter themtJMrner
thereafter solely leIy for the purpose Me < of mak maktnc rashig making ¬
ing b ig special l examinations at periods not notfixed notftxed notfixed
fixed Apparently the intention is to em employ employ emloy ¬
ploy p loy them as national bank examiners are areemployed areemployed areemployed
employed The desire is e to avoid having havingany havingany havingany
any agents remain for a considerable period pe period pe period ¬
riod of time at any one customchouse customchouseIt custom = house houseIt
It was explained that the investigation investigationwhich InVeltlptioawhl lnvestigattoswhich
which whl h the Secretary has Instituted is tobe to tobe tobe
be of a sweeping character Not only onlywill onlywill onlywill
will it affect customhouses 8 but will UI be beapplied beappUed beapplied
applied to all other branch establish wtabifshmeats establishments eatablhmts ¬
meats of the Treasury Department in including Including Inluding ¬
cluding c subtreasuries mints public build buildings bulldIn buildings ¬
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Undervaluation Reported HcportctlA
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yesterday at the Treasury Department Departmentwith DepartmentwttA Departmentwith
with Marion Do Vries chairman of t tboard the theboard tlMboard
board of general eneral appraisers at the por porof port portof portof t
of New York and G Frank Lloyd deputy deputyassistant depot depotassistant 1eputyasa1 y ty
assistant asa1 tant attorney general xen ral for the Cus Cuetoms Customs Custom ¬
toms Court brought to the attenUon o of ofAccumulation oCAccumulation f
Accumulation of Gas GasIn GasIn
In The Stomach StomachOne
One of the Most Common Symptoms Symptomsof Symptomof S
of Dyspepsia and Deranged DerangedDigestion DerangedDigestion DerangedDigestion
DigestionTh Digestion
Th The presence of a small quantity qua nUl of ofgas o ogas f
gas In the alimentary canal may be de described de de8trlbed doseribed ¬
scribed ag constituting the ordinary con ¬
dition as 3 certain foods such a IUI peas
beans Ac c naturally eliminate and era create eraat croate ¬
ate at gas p while undergoing digestion
It is only when this gas accumulates
to such an extent as a to cause inconven ¬
ience and belching that a person may
be said II d to be suffering from flatulence
This collection of gag p becomes in ex ¬
treme caves so great that a swelling awellin emn emnpresents 6
presents Itself luel in the pit of the stom stomach stomACh atomacs ¬
ach and when this stage is I reached reachedcomplaint reachedcomplaint reach reachedcomplaint
complaint is made that this part feels feelstender feelstender feel feeltender s
tender to the touch the clothes of th thperson the theperson theperson e
person being loosened to obviate the th Q
distress occasioned by pressure pressureAttempts pre pressureAttempts ure urettempta
Attempts ttempta are usually made to get rid ridof ridof r 1 1of d
of this stomachgas tom h b by eructation and and1mmedlAt8 ant dp p
immediate relief is sometimes obtained obtainedwhen oblalned obiatn
when hltn this tilt Is accomplished accompl1 ea Infants a ATI ATIwry ri riwry r s
wry subject to flatulence especially Y sY sy
when their natural food is taken away awn awatoo y
too hastily M tHy and when food other than thathat 1
that provided for them by nature is I Igiven
Sven given them Mothers and nurses are aremiliar an anfamiliar e
famlllar miliar with this Infantile trouble an and d
have havevarlous various remedies for It the nospopular most mostpopular mo t tpopular
popular popular of which Is charcoal which re ¬
lieves the trouble completely by absorb ab ¬
ing In the stomachic and nd Intestinal gases gasesthereby guethereby gasesthereby
thereby removing the colicky pains of th the ti
infant which is the symptom which most nos t
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spells spellsCharcoal apel apelChar spellsCharcoal
Charcoal Char oal is a marvelou marvelous absorbent an and d
is capable of oxidizing and absorbing absorbingone ab absorbin absorbinone orbingone
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gases It Is applicable to all cases 0 of f
flatulence ftatulea or o r gas in the stomach and andas adas a d
as it I Is entirely harmless it t can cantaken be betaken betaken
taken by any anyone one with comparative im impunity Impunity Impunlty ¬
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harm whatever to the system systemInfants BystemInfantJI systemInfants
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readily as young persons exose and those in intha inthe f
the th prime olite of life and and nothing but lane benefit lanefit ben benlit fs s ¬
fit can result from it rte use It can also alsobo a180bo ale aleho o
bo used u ed in any quantity and in n this re respect respect respect ¬
spect it differs from drugs sometimes em employed omplayed employed ¬
ployed for stomach troubles troubl as the thedosage thedo ti tidosage
dosage do > age of these must be regulated by bycompetent a acompetent acompetent a
competent physician Not so with charcoal char charcoal chArcoal ¬
coal however as is shown by the far fact factthat factUUt t
that a French surgeon used as much muchas wuchas mud mudas h
as fifteen ounces per day d every day of ofthe ofthe o othe i
the last thirty years year of his hl life lifeStuarts II lifeStuarts f fStuarts
Stuarts Charcoal Lozenges should bo boemployed beemploed b B Bemployed
employed In all cases where the stomach stomachis atomac atomacis h
is tilled with gases resulting from the thefermentation thernnentntlon th thfermentation
fermentation and decomposition of food foodand foodand to toand
and also from tho use of those tho a vegetable vegetablfoods
foods which seem naturally to engender engenderand ongend8CAnd on nd ndand
and promote tho accumulation ol o oThese gas gaeThese
These wonderful little lozenges which whichhave whichhae whir whirhave t
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sale are made from best willow char charcoal charcoal charcoal ¬
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furnish to the sufferer from stomacgases stomach stomachgases stomachgases h
gases and foul breath the very very best an anmost and andwhich andmORt
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printed lest the people should forget even though the section tinted tintedis tintedis
is the only place we get Better have our faces beaming on the thepink thepink theink
pink p ink or yellow fellow page than to have the people peoplcflrcaming dreaming that we e are areno areno
no pno more the rage rag Advertising Let the grocer grocer pay for space tobill to tobill tobill
bill his name shall we do it Not for Joe sir That is not theGreat the theGreat dIeGreat
Great Mens game Ile we are onto smoother capers than the mer merchants merchants merchants ¬
chants often see we have learned learn d to work the papers papers and to get getour getonr getour
our booming g free WALT T MASON MASONlOMBattt l14SONorr 14asoa0aeridt
lOMBattt mi by BJT Gears Xatthew au > AJ A Adaee
the Secretary Se retltry of the Treasury the neces necessity aeceBILy necesity ¬
sity s ity of making maJcl a thorough inquiry Into Intothe Intotbe intothe
the system of undervaluations of imports importswhich importshlch importswhich
which hlch the Treasury Department has hassought ba balIOuht luxsought
sought vainly for many years to stop stopMr stopMr stopMr
Mr De Vries and Mr Lloyd have just justreturned jutreturned justreturned
returned from the Pacific Coast where whereihoy wherethoy whamhey
ihoy t hey made an examination into conditions conditionsat
at tho San Francisco customhouseThey customhouse customhouseThey cuetomhowIeThoy
They told Mr MacVeagh ICY h that the govern government pvernmont ¬
mont had lost a large amount of revenue revenuethrough r8Duethrough revenuethrough
through undervaluations at San Fran Francisco Francisco Franeco ¬
ciscoThllt d cisco ciscoThat eco ecoThat
That tho prevailing undervaluation is iswidespread Iswldlllllpread fawidespread
widespread is acknowledged by officials officialsof otllclaJlor otfldalsof
of tho Treasury Department The gen general genal gen ¬
eral al tariff law recently enacted provided providedmeans providedmean
means for attempting to curtail under undervaluations UDdervaluation underaluations ¬
valuations v but It was acknowledged In InCongress InCon
Congress Con reu < that those who knowinglycheated knowingly knowinglycheated kDow1nc17cheated
cheated the government out of revonuesin rev revenuer revenuerin nuea nueaIn
in this way had been too smart in the thepast theput thepart
past for the governments officiate and andprobably DCIprobably andprobably
probably would continue to be too smart smartin amartIn smartn
in i n the futureMEN future futureMEN futureMEN
MEN HIGHER UP UPIN UPIN
IN SUGAR DRAGNET DRAGNETContinued DRAGNETContlnuell DRAGNETContinued
Continued front Page Onefor One Onefor Onetor
for the frauds had confessed and were weregiving weresivto
giving the government assistance in fol following tolJowlng following ¬
lowing up the trail to officers o of the com company companY comparry ¬
pany panYProminent
Prominent in BrooklynThe Brooklyn BrooklynThe ro01c1ruThe
The In In11etment llctment made public today I Ia Is Isa
a blanket Indictment and names DAm aa de defendants de defeD ¬
fendants feD beside Ide Bendentasel Jk n emapl Oliver Sptt Sptter spttar Sl t taer
ar er the dock superintendent Thomas ThomasK ThoDUUIlehoe ThomasKehoe
K lehoe Kehoe hoe Gene Voelker Edward A BoyleJohn Boyle BoyleJohn BoIeJohn
John R R Coyle and Patrick J Hennessey HennesseyThese HenaeueyTb HennesseyTbeea
These Tb men were indicted lnd1ct some time agoSpttser ago agoSpttser COSpURr
Spttser as dock superintendent workedunder worked workedunder workedunder
under Mr Bendernasjel but only recently recentlythe recenUlthe
the government investigators seemed tohave to tohave tohave
have been balked in following the trail trailbeyond trailbe1OD4 trailbeyond
beyond Spltser Mr Bendernagel and Mr MrHavemeyer Mrnaftmeyer MrHavemeyer
Havemeyer were the closest friends Ben Bendernagel Benderna Bendernaael
dernagel derna < el is a director of the Eastern die district die dietrlct dietrict ¬
trict hospital vice president of the lisaover Han Hanover Hanover ¬
over Club in Brooklyn and a member of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the Congress Club ClubThe ClubTbe ClubThe
The indictment against 1Dt Bendeniagel and amithe anc1the andthe
the others char charges them with conspiring conspiringto
to defraud the government in connection connectionwith connection1th connectionwith
with 1th the entry of 27960 2 bags of raw sugar sugarfrom IUNfrom sugarfrom
from Cuba on the steamship steamabt Eva onAugust on onAugust onAuguat
August 24 4 1907 The true weight of thecargo the thecargo thacr50
cargo was fltt494 pounds poun The false falseweight tsewl falseweight
wl weight ht on which duty was paid d was was9Q62C3 war9o63t12E
9Q62C3 06212 pounds I The government by byreason byrouon
reason of the th fraud was cheated out of oftlIMfl7 orlecm
tlIMfl7 The second count in the indict indictment JucUctment Indictment ¬
ment charges that on May al 1 1 1907 Ben Bendernagel Beedenapt Bendernagel
dernagel Spitser and the others con conspired conspired conspired ¬
spired with ilb James P Halligan Ha11l an jr and andothor andothor andother
othor persons to defraud the government governmentout governmentoutof
out outof of duty on Importations between thatdate that thatdate thatdate
date and the date of o < exposures of the thefraud thefraud thefraud
fraud on November 20 1S97 Variousovert Various Variousovert VarioWlOYJIt
overt acts are recited in the case of some someof IOID8oC someof
of the men who were weighers weighersRcnily welPenRencl
Ready to < o 1ny Ill Up UpTreasurer UPTreaeurer UpTreasurer
Treasurer Arthur Donner of the Amer American ArIclUl Amerlean ¬
lean Sugar Refining neftnln Company said to today todal today ¬
day that should the government present presentany ple8eDtanl presentany
any evidence that the company owed itany it itany Itan
any an more money it would gladly IT pay up upHe upHe upHe
He said that the companys CO officers wereof were wereof wereor
of the opinion however that they had hadstruck badstruck hadstruck
struck an honest balance with ilb the gov govornmont pvornmont govornmont
ornmontIr ornmont ornmontMr
Mr Donner seemed to be surprised aWpr18ed surprisedthe at atthe atthe
the evidence presented today regarding regardingthe repr41ntbe regard regardthe fns
the new chapter of frauds in the ap appraisers appralHn appraisers ¬
praisers stores storesI tornlor
lor I came to this tb company in lXk 1130 I be believe be believe believe ¬
lieve lieve lieve he said I never heard of an any anysuch anyluch y
such transactions I never would have havecountenanced havecountenanCM hav havcountenanced e
countenanced any such thins thinsWhen thln thlnWhon thingWhen
When Collector Loeb read of the frauds fraudsdiscovered fraudsdiscovered fraudsdiscovered
discovered by Mr 1 Wakeman he set on onfoot o ofoot n
foot an investigation to discover < who whothe wh whthe 0
the James Vail was referred to in n Mr MrWakcmans MrWakemans brNakemana
Wakcmans vouchers as having ha paid paidbribe a abribe
bribe to Mr Wakemans Investigator InvestigatorLater
Later on Mr Loeb announced that there therewere therewere therewere
were two James Vails and that th thJames the theJames theJames e
James F Vail now deputy collector con ctor and andformerly ndformerly
formerly the deputy deput surveyor in n charge chargeof char charor I
of tho government weighers w hertl on the docks docksof docksor
of the sugar trust was not the James JamesVail Jam JamVall JamVail es
Vail who appeared as giving the bribe bribeConjures bribeCongrcu bet
Conjures May Jln Probe ProbeRepresentative ProbeRopro ProbeRepresentative
Representative Ropro ontaUv8 William S S Bennet who ichois whoJ wh whis °
is J ono of Parsons leaders leadgre in tho R Re Republican Re Republican ° ¬
publican organization went to see Col Collector Collector Cotlector ¬
lector Loeb and United States StAt Attorne Attorney AttorneyWiBG AttorneyVltlo y
WiBG Vltlo today to ask if a Congressional Congres lonal in investigation InMUgallon ¬
vestigation waa desirable The result of ofhis orhis o f
his inquiry mado it appear that on intestfgatlon In lnv Inve
v ve testfgatlon stigntjon tlgalon was wa not desirable Mr MrBennet MrBennet 1St 1StBennet
Bennet did not say whether anybody had hadsent hadnt ha t i
sent nt him to find out Ho sald saldUpon saidt Id IdUpon
Upon publication of reports In relation relationto relatlo n
to the situation in the customs service serviceconsulted nI I Iconsulted Iconsu1ted
consulted with United States District At Attorney Attorney ¬
torney Wise regarding the advisability advIMbtllt of ofa ota oi i
a Congressional Con esalonal investigation Mr Nis Wine Wineinformed V ie ieInformed e
informed me that such an investigation investigationat n
at this time would be prejudicial to tho thocourts thocourts tb tbcourt ne e
courts of criminal justice and I shadof shall shallof halI halIot
of course abide by his Judgment JudgmentMr judtm8ntMr
Mr Bennet nnet did not explain how ho a Congressional Con Congressional Congressional ¬
gressional Investigation would interfere interferewith Interferewith lnterferwith e
with attempts to get at the whole truth truthconcerning truthconcerning trot h 1 1concerning
concerning the sugar 1Igr trusts iniquity iniquityTnft IniquityTnft
Tnft Tnkes Up Sugar Case CnaoHartford CnsoHartford CaseHartford
Hartford Nov No 12 liOn On his run fro from fromWashington frOmWashington m
Washington to Philadelphia last nighPresident night nightPresident nightPreident t
President Taft T ft conferred with Attorney AttorneyGeneral AttorneyGeneral Attorne y
General WIekersham in n regard to the theprosecution thepro th Q
prosecution pro ocuUon of tho sugar trust directors directorsTho directorsTho
Tho recant decision of Judge Holt was wa the thematter thematter ti timatter e
matter under consideration This deci decision decision ¬
sion gavo the directors immunity under undertho undertho undothe r
tho statute of limitations limitationsNo lImltUonNo limitationsNo
No new prosecutions were discussed at atthe atthe a athe t
the meeting and if anything definite was wasdecided w88doeidQd wa a
decided upon in reference to the Holt Holtdecision HoltdecIsion Ho t
decision the th government officials are no noyet not notyet notet t
yet et ready road to make It known knownMARRIAGE knownlUAnRIAGm
MARRIAGE LICENSES LICENSESPaul > S SPaul
Paul Barer 2t of Newark X 3 sad Luua LuuaWhite LarIbite La
White bite 3 of r Los Angeles CM aL lies James JamesMetric I IMoLaln L LaL1ln
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Bdtvard L L Field 27 a sad d gars Rwreiter urrester 23
R Ikt r H 1I W V Souk SoukJONB SmWIJ8Im SaalthJan
Jan W 1 < Lee 25 So and HatUo 5fattielatsn Wlnsfcn Wfustena 3 ReT Re T
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CLIMBS ON TABLE TABLETO TABLETO TABLETO
TO MAKE A SPEECH SPEECHContinued SPEECHCOnthllJcdtrom SPEECHContinued
Continued COnthllJcdtrom from Page One Onein OneIn
in th the crowd just just1LI as he had got his hi hat hatfocused hatCocWletl
focused under an electric light to begin beginht beginhts beginis
ht hts h is addressThem address addressThen addr addrThen
Then this th1 young ou somebody handed thetissue the theUssuo theUue
tissue paper box to somebody else whose whosename wboeename whosename
name was drowned by the roar of the thecrowd thecrowd thecrowd
crowd and the latter somebody aomeboci made a aspeech aspeech aspeech
speech to It and handed it t to another un unidentified unIdentJftecl Undentified ¬
identified i person pe who bo looked equally tile eloquent 010qutttit ¬
quent q uint and passed it finally to Gov Weeks WeeksThe WeekaThe
The governor bowed low and strained strainedhi 8Cra1n 8Cra1nhJa
hi hJa h is lung lUQ Once or twice the word Key Keyarose XeyarGIle
arose above bOve the din dini 4tnllnclN dla1Hnde
i Iliid llnclN thc th Table Safe SafeBy SuleBy SafeBy
By this th time however the President Presidenthad PrMt4ttAtbAd Presidentlilid
had begun an inspection of the table in infront infront fnfront
front of him He reached down and andgrasped aDd1U1I andrasped
grasped g one of the legs in his band bADda It Itwas Itwaa Itwas
was solid Then he laid his big bandn hand handon Ma4On
on o n top and tried to shake it It t The top topw topw topwas
w was s only about two feet wide and four fourfeet tourtMt
feet long Ion but the whole thing thID < seemed seemedpretty IMIIMdprettI
pretty strongly t y put together t her At any rate ratethe ratethe ratethe
the President was satisfied eaWt tilftecI d with his b casual casualinspection cuualinapecUon casualinspectloa
inspection and nodded to one of his hisSecret hisSecret hisecret
Secret S ecret Service guards to have a chair chairready cbalrready chairready
ready for him himOne himODe himore
One or two of the local oommltteemea oommltteemeastarted QOIIIIftItteemtll1tarted
started to protest pr tet when Mr Taft got to tohis toh1I tois
his h is feet but he waved wa them aside Abig A Abig AbJc
big armchair was shoVX hod d over to the thetable thetable
i table and from th this the President mount mounted mouateel mountd ¬
ed e d without lthout any trouble in fact tact it was wasa WMa wasa
a nimble performance performanceThe pertonnaaceThe performanceThe
The crowd roared its delight for several severalminute severalminutes 1 1mlnutee
minute mlnutee and the result was that Mr MrTaft XrTatt MrTaft
Taft finally succeeded in making him himself hlmMIl himself ¬
self heard fairly well It was noticeable notice noticeable notteeable ¬
able however that his feet never ever moved movedfrom Ove4from movedfrom
from the spot where they the were first plant planted planted plantii ¬
ed ed i ii and that his gestures tu were limited to tomoderate tomoderate tomoderate
moderate finger in movements movementsThe moveJIMQUIThe movementsThe
The Presidents speech was brief He Hecongratulated Beeoqratulaod H Hcongratuladod e
congratulated the State and the city upontheir upon uponthrtr UpOnthtlr
their erection of the new structure structureIt struotUl1t
1t It is a structure better bet tel adapted for an anarsenal Aftar anarsenal
arsenal than for speechmaking he heshouted heahouled b bshouted e
shouted shoutedOn ahouledOn shoutedOn
On the platform with the President Presidentwere PrMldentweN Presidenwere t
were Mrs Cowles President Roosevelts Rooseveltssister BooHweltslater Rooseveltssister
sister and Rear n Admiral dmtral Cowles Cow and Gen GenWood QeDWood GenWood
Wood The President Pro klent shook hands with withthe withthe withthe
the admiral and Mrs Cowles CowlesThe CowleaThe CowlesThe
The President Pre was the guest of the theHartford theBartflord th thAartfbrd e
Hartford Club at dinner dlnn and later at attended attended ¬
I tended a military ball at the arsenal lWfDA renal IJ IJleft He HeIleft I ITaft
left Hartford at 10 oclock for Washing Washingon YuhID ¬
I ton t on He will reach the White House Houseearly Ho Hoearl Hoearly use
early earl tomorrow morning His next trip tripwill tripwill
will 111 be to Norfolk Va Va next week weekHELPS weekHELPS weekHELPS
HELPS INSTALL PRESIDENT PRESIDENTTaft
Taft and Sherman Attend Cersanton Cersantonat Ceremony Ceremonyat I Iut
at XVcjileyaa colcnn UniversityMiddlotown University UniversityMiddkttown UnhcrldtTxt4dlotown
Middkttown Conn Nov 12 lThe 1 The Presi President Pretddent Protdent ¬
dent and Vice President of the United UnitedStates U UStates united Jtecl JteclStatee
States Senator EUhu Root Root and ad adsentatives repre representatives repnDtatlvM ¬
sentatives of about a honored recl colleges collegesand colle8eaDd cot cotsad lelSes
and universities from all parts of ofcountry the thecountry thecountry
country participated in the lurtrtikation installa installation 1utal1atlOII ¬
tion here today of William W 1 Arnold ArnoldShankltn ArDoldSbaUlIft Arno IC ICas d
Shankltn as president of Wesleyan l Ieyan Unlveraity Unl University UnlverattT ¬
versity veraityDr versityDr verattTDr
Dr ShankHn conies to Westyan 17an from fromthe fromthe ironthe
the presidency of Upper Iowa University
Fayette Fa t Iowa Iowa te fin the vacancy caused causedby caUHdby ca caby aset 4
by the tb retirement on account of ill health healthof bea1thoC heal healof
of the venerable Bradford P Raymond Raymondwho Ra7mondwho
who bad been at the head of the uni university unlVff1IIty ¬
versity for twenty tW Dt years yearsPresident yeanPretddent yearsPresident
President Taft and Senator Root spoke spokeat sPOkeat spok spokat e
at the installation exercises and the Vle VlePresident Vice VicePresident VI e ePnetdent
President at a dinner in the evening evenl evenlPre
President Pre ldent Taft had luncheon with Presi President lre lredent ¬
dent Shanklin Sha kUn and in the afternoon met metall metall metall
all the delegates in Fayerwether gymna gymnasium gmnamum gymnaMum ¬
mum He left Middletown at 5 oclock in inthe Intbe n
the afternoon afternoonPIONEER aHDOOnPIONEER
PIONEER RESIDENT DEAD DEADMrs DEADJlr8
Mrs Jingle Dennison AVare nre Dies DIe nt ntAge ntARe
Age of Kigirtyfour Years YearsMrs YcarllIra
Mrs Angle Dennisoa Ware are for twenty twentyfive twent twentftve twentyflue
five years eartI assistant a8 librarian at the Pat Patent Patent Pateat ¬
ent Officer omc Office and prominent in the official officiallife ofitc1alUte
life of Washington Vashln < ton half a century ago agodied agodlecl agodied
died yesterday noon at her residence 15X7 15X7I 1517I 54 54I
I street northwest aged a ed eightyfour eightyfourMrs elchtyfourMrs eightyfourMrs
Mrs Ware was a sister of William NilliittnDenalson WilliamDennlson WilliamDennlaon
Dennlson war governor of Ohio and andPostmaster andPostmuter andPostmaster
Postmaster General in Lincolns Cabinet CabinetShe CabinetShe
She came to Washington with her brother brotherduring brothftduring brotherduring
during his term of office o ko and following followingthe followingthe
the death of her husband ha band Thomas C CWare CYare CFare
Ware she became a permanent resident residentof
of Washington Vashlnston Her husband was city cityattorney cityattorney
attorney of Cincinnati and was asso associated U80elated aseoelated ¬
elated with Washington McLean father fathercf fatheror
cf John R R MelJan exSenator 1orakeraril Foraker Forakerand lorakeroncl
and Alphonso Taft father of tho Presi President Preaident ¬
dent Many of the friendships made by byMrs byMrs
Mrs Ware Yare during th the Lincoln regime regimewere regimewere regimewere
were continued and many messages of ofcondolence orcondolence
condolence were received at her resi residence residence realBence ¬
dence yesterday re tenlay afternoon afternoonMrs afternoonMre afternoonMrs
Mrs Ware is survived by one son sonThomas 8OnThomas eonThomas
Thomas Dennison Ware and a grandson grandsonWoodworth gnm l on onWoodworth
Woodworth Clum formerly a Washing Washington WaahtnJton Washington ¬
ton newspaper correspondent but now nowengaged nowen
engaged en aSed in commercial co 1mereial promotion in the theWest theVeat theNest
West Mr r Clum arrived in the city yes yeatorday yesterday M Mtorday ¬
torday and with Mr Ware Yare will m accom accompany nccomMUIr ¬
pony the remains to Cincinnati tonight tonightwhore tonightwbore
whore interment will 111 be made Funeral Funeralservices FuneralfttVIC88 Funeralcervices
services today will bo brief and private privateThere prlvatoThere
There will be chapel services in n Cin Cincinnati CincinnatI ¬
cinnati cinnatIOpen
Open IIousct House IIoUJI i for Engineers EngineersOpen EngineersOpen i
Open house will willbe be kept at the office officeof I Ior
of public roads during the week eek of De December Docember Do ¬
cember 611 thus giving visitors to tho thoSouthern thoSOuthern theSouthern
Southern Commercial Congress Con > Sreaa and Natlpnal Na NaUpnal Nana1
Upnal na1 Rivers and Harbors Congress a achance achance
chance to come com in contact with somo of oftlio ottho
tlio Ito skilled road engineers of the coun country countr country ¬
try tr An illustrated lecture will be glen glvanby glenby givenby
by J B Pennybaoker chief of load loadmanagement goadmanagement oad oadmanagement
management and It is expected 2 200 500 road roadcommissioners roadcommllSloners roadcommieslonerr
commissioners from the South will 111 bo bopresent bopresont bopresent
present presentFromotlon presontPromotion
Promotion for Capt Mnrdoclc MrtrdockCapt MnrdoclcCant Ul1rdoelccpt
Cant cpt Joseph B Mordock U S X a ettnnundaat ettnnundaatUM eocnmaooBtol aandsst aandsstof
ol the Now York Navy Yard wQI wlp be JJnmOted to tothe
UM enrie t of mr admiral a ral on November X oroaabac a ID WM 11 aspenthe
the nttewwat of Rear Attathmt Edward D TwMte TwMteTile TMMIIri Taasdgeersnairat
8II eersnairat uBCuaaL tf tics Norfolk XaT1 Yard YardI YardTNe
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Tile Washington Herald Horald Is absolutely absolutetyIsupremo
I Isupremo i supremo in the morning morn1 g field as two is IsI isto
I to ana
NEWSOFALEXAMIA NEWSOFALEXAMIAMovement NEWS 14 EWS OF ALEXANDRIA ALEXANDRIAMovement
Movement Movementhsl1 Started to Estab Establish Establish ¬
lish New Ferry Service ServiceMASONS ServiceMASONS ServiceSONS
MASONS GIVE MASTER DEGREE DEGREEEpiscopal DEGREElftcopnl DEGREEEpiscopal
Episcopal Thigh nl 11 School After Wood Woodberry Woocllierry VooelIerr
berry Ierr Forest Gnme Will Come to toGeorgetown toGeorgetown toGeorgetown
Georgetown Field FieldFertilizer Fertilizer Com Comunny ComImn Contpnny
unny Imn pnny Charters Steamer SteamerSunday SteamerSundaySchool Sunday SundaySchool Sunduy8c11001
School Teachers Plan Union UnionF
F GMnien Knight f 96 Ktag street Alexandria AlecuwdriaVa Al xavdrla xavdrlaa
Va a fa avthoriaed a acwt and canter < for TH Tk Wash Wasfcta WuhUmaW Washlaetee
ta laetee l9Q Herald TIM Th herald wilt be delivered daily dailysad daBjand daDTaDd
and Svaday te ay address Il in I Alexandria fer 50 50oaaU 50tt 59oasts
oaaU tt a meeth meethWASIlIXarO
WASHINGTON HBRALD lIMLD BUREAU BUREAUs
s 15 tS Kins l fox Street StreetAlexandria SUettAlexandria StreetAlexandria
Alexandria Va V Nov 12 12It It is understood under understood understood ¬
stood a movement has been inaugurated inauguratedbavin InauguratedhvI inauguratedhaving
hvI having bavin for its I object the thetMtabllahment thetMtabllahmentof establishment establishmentof
of a ferry service between Alexandria Alexandriaand AlexandrlaaacI Alexandriaand
and Poxs Ferry FerryThe Ferrybe FerryThe
The first work to be taken up how however however botyever ¬
ever will lll be to urge upon Congress to tomake tomake i0make
make an appropriation to dig s channel channelthrough ehannelthrough channelthrough
through the Hats on the opposite C opposite side of ofthe otthe ofthe
the river preparatory to tothe the establish establishment ltabUshment establishment ¬
ment of the service It is s expected expectedshould fJxpecteciahoukl expectedshould
should this be done doDe merchants in this thiscity thiscity thisdry
city would subscribe aub crlbe liberally to a fund fundto fundto fundto
to operate a boat from here to Foxs FoxsFerry FoxsFelTY Foxserry
Ferry F erry the steel plant pl nt and probably other othernearby othernuby othernearby
nearby points on the Maryland side of ofthe orthe oftoo
the river riverAlexandriaWashington riverA1exaJMlrIa riverAlexandriaWashington
A1exaJMlrIa AlexandriaWashington Wu iagton Lodge of Ma Masons MaBon Masons ¬
sons Bon tonight conferred the master Mason Masondegree Xuon4egree Masondegree
degree tor Andrew Jackson Lodge Lod e of ofMason orMUOM ofMasons
Mason Following the ceremonies a ban banquet banquet banuit ¬
quet q uit was served in the Young Peoples PeoplesBulldin PeopleBul141D Peoplesuilding
Bulldin Bul141D B uilding of the Methodist EpiscopalChurch Episcopal EpiscopalChurch 1 1Church
Church South which was AM attended by a abarge alarxe aarge
barge l arge gathering of members of the craft craftDuring craftDunne craftDuring
During the evening speechnMLking was in inorder Inorder fnorder
order and a musical programme ptO e was wasalso wuao wasalso
also gives gtvenThe tveRThe givesThe
The Episcopal B l High School football footballteam toot footballresat ball ballteam
team will at 1Ioti oclock tomorrowmorning tomorrow tomorrowmorning tomorrowmom
morning mom on it its own ground 0UAdIJ play pI the theWoodberry theWoo theWoodber
Woo Woodber ry Forest team Following the thecame thepme thegame
came the member of both team will go goto goo 0 0to
to t o Washington to witness the George GeorgetownVirginia Georgetown GeorgeownVirginia ¬
townVirginia town t Ylrtnla game gameThe pIIHtThe gameThe
The steamer st Dorothy of New York has hasbeen bUbeeR hasbeen
been chartered chart by the Alexandria AJ8 ABdr1 < Ferti Fertiliser Pertuer Fertiliser ¬
liser Chemical Company to tooed load phos phosphate phosphate phoaphats ¬
phate rock at Tampa Fla for tbkt lb city cityand duand citynd
and a nd is expected epeet to reach her here December Decem December i iber
ber U UMiss XL XLMiss 11XI
Miss XI Elisabeth E Eo LWster Webeter Wetv daughter daughterof
of Mr and Mr Mrs Thomas Webster Web ter andDexter and andDexter andDexter
Dexter B B Henderson Bead also t of f this city citywere citywere dtywere
were married In Waahtnittoa Wulatn yesterday yesterdayaftemoea YMtenlayarterDCMNt yeeterdaafternoon
afternoon by Rev a J B McLaughlin McLawghUnThe McLaugbUnTM McLaughlinThe
The couple will reM 1 at VOt Cameron Cameronstreet Camerontnet Cameroetrest
street etrestC streetC
C W Balnes general secretary of the theState theState tb tbState
State Sunday School Association will on onSunday onSunday onSunday
Sunday afternoon at SJD 3 a oclock address addressa
a meeting metfn < of Sunday school teachers and andsuperintendents anduperlnteacleata as
superintendents at the Second Presby Presbyterian PresbyterID Preebyretina ¬
retina Church preparatory Pl to the or organisation orPDJatloa orga ¬
ganisation ga liz tiote of a branch of the State Sun Sunday Sunclal Sunday ¬
day School Association here hereRobert hveRobert
Robert infant son of Andrew and andBertha DelBertba
Bertha Lavtous LaTtDue died this morning at his hisparents hlapareata hisparents
parents residence Sit Commerce street streetThe IbeetThe streetThe
The funeral will take place J at 2 oclock oelocktomorrow oclocktomorrow oclocktomorrow
tomorrow afternoon afternoonTJlro1Tn I IThrovrn
Throvrn from Home and Killed KilledSpecial 1iIJledIIW Killedapdal
Special to ii The Waahfawfatt W WI HanM lteasMBristol HanMBristol
Bristol Va Nor 12 1WhDe While out riding ridingnear rldtDgDeAl
I near Liberty Hall in n this county a young youngman YGUQgmaa youngman
man named McPheeny and a member of ofa oca ofa
a wellknown family was today thrown
from his horse and instantly killed kittedPRIZE k1IIedPRIZE killedPRIZE
PRIZE DOG ON VIEWblower VIEW VIEWPlorrcr VIEWlIower
blower Show Clone Tomorrow withSrtcred with vrlthSacred withSncrecl
Sacred Concert ConcertSekmids ConccrtSdaDJd
Sekmids prise dog was the feature feailli + e of ofthe orthe ofthe
the e flower show last night Dts t Long Hues Huesof 1toaof
of visitors watted hi turn to see the theanimal theanima
animal which hleb is t the
sa smallest + tllest full grown growndog grOWndoc growndog
dog in the world worldWaitie worl4WallM
Waitie is kept keptbt in a glass ease and ADdOD is ison laon
on exhibition exl > dbftion from t until It 1 oclock He Heis H Hes
is s nineteen nl months old old weighs aghs two twopounds twopoUDd8 twopounds
pounds and can easily euII sit t on a persons P I8ODshand personshand
hand handThero handThero
Thero was no special change e In the
floral decoration the exhibit of the
Botanic Garden GardW Gard provtay pro most t interest ¬
tug I to visitor The managers
are ar arranging arrll ¬
ranging rll q a special musical I programme pr > mme for fortomorrow roctomorrow
tomorrow the closing day of the show
The Biggest Feature Featureof
of the theV thePure thePure
Pure Food KFJ KFJIs Show ShowIs
Is Isthe IstheMODERN the theThis theMODERN
MODERN MODERNio MODERNBAKERY
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BAKERY BAKERYI
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In I n Full Operation OperationThis
This bakery is conducted under underthe underthe underthe
the auspices of the the Bakers Associa Association Association Association ¬
tion of the city and is an exact dupli duplicate duplicate duplicate ¬
cate of their bakeries It demon demonstrates demonstrates demonstrates ¬
strates the modern and sanitary meth methods methods methods ¬
ods employed employed in breadmaking through throughout throughout ¬
out Washington WashingtonHot 1 ashingtdn ashingtdnHot
Hot bread will always be on hand handafter handafter handafter
after the doors are opened When you youattend youattend youattend
attend the show look for the bakery at atthe atthe atthe
the south end of the exhibition hall
CITES TAFT RULING ETJIIcTGSell RULINGSella RULINGSells
Sell Sells Tell Tdlll BroTrnloiv to Leave Sol Solillcru 501tlllrA Saltiters
illcru Home Board Boardpodal Don Board9indal rd rdIpdal
podal 9indal to The Tb Wwhiastoo Henld HenldBristol HtnI4Br18toI IteeaidBristol
Bristol Tenn Now ov IXState Senator SenatorSamuel SeDatorSamuel SenatorSamuel
Samuel R Sells SeIhJ candidate for Republi Bepubttcan Republican Republican
can nomination to Congress a against agalnetRepr8HDtaUve againstRepresentative pates t tRepresentative
Representative Brownlow today totla ad addreeeed addrMMd addressed
dreeeed a letter to Ma j J W Wada Wadaworth Wadsworth
worth chairman dt the board of ofDOrS WadeI gover governors governors ¬ I
nors of the National Soldiers Home de demanding demaadJaac demanding ¬
manding that Mr Browniow be com compelled compelI corapeUed ¬
pelled to resign rN D as local manager er of the theWashington tMWuhlnaton theWashington
Washington County Count Soldiers Home or orwithdraw orw1 orwttbdr
withdraw w1 wttbdr w from the race for reelection reelectionto reet reetto
to Congress Congressi CoqnaBe CongressHe
i He cites as a precedent the case of ofGov oCGoY ofGov
Gov Steele StMi of the Marion lad home homevho homewho
who 0 wa was forced by Mr r Taft Tait when Sec Secretary seretary Secretary ¬
retary of War to resign r as local manager managerof mana er erof
of that home when he entered the race rakefor racefor ntcetor
for Congress and gives the letter of Mr MrTaft XrTatt MrTaft
Taft on the subject Sells closing sen sentence seDteace sentence ¬
tence is isShall IeShal1 isSlut
Shall I take this matter up with you youand youancl yonand
and your board or direct with President PresidentTaft PrMldeatTaft PresidentTaft
Taft and the Secretary of WarT WarTIVcsrro WarTeJro WartNegro
Negro eJro Dice In Electric Clinlr ClinlrSrccW Cb Chitir ChitirSrcdel lr lr5raW
SrccW te The WMtoftfcim W WRlchmoad Wa x B Hasid HasidRichmond ala alaRichmond >
Richmond Vs Nov Xo 12 UJack Jack Trayn Traynhani Traynham Traynham
ham who on August 31 killed Edgar cI Turner Tur Turner Turner ¬
ner with JU a knife knUe in the city of Roanoke Roaaokedied Roanokedied Rosnokedied
died in the electric chair this morning morningBoth morningBoth morningBoth
Both men were colored
MAN BLOWN INTO AIR AIRDynamite AIRDynamite AIRDynamite
Dynamite Explosion EXIlo lon Fatally Injures InjuresTTTO InJnresrwo InjuresTwo
TTTO Near CRr Rr Bristol Brlmtol8p DrlatoJt Bristol8pedal
8p 8pedal W to t The Watfciawtcm Wblwt HenM HenMBristol KenliBrIstol leeaii leeaiiBristol
Bristol Vs Y Nor No IT l itewta MweaBristol peaked veajkedBristol peakedBristol
Bristol this evening evenl from Friendship that thattwo tha thattwo t ttwo
two men were fatally 1ataU hurt in a dyna dynamite dDmite dynamite ¬
mite explosion in road construction CODI5tnJc Oft work workthere workther workthere
there ther The men are J Flannagan and andJames andJames
James Crowe The former was thrown thrownthirty th1vwnthirty thrownthirty
thirty feet into the air while while Crowe Crew a askull suU askull
skull uU is s fractured fracturedIdle raetUAdIdle fracturedIdle
Idle Coke Ovens Are Fired Firedftpaci FiredI
I ftpaci te Tb hI Wsehlsee Wackte W aai HenU IinaldRoanoke HenUHoanoke JMraId JMraIdROMaOke
Roanoke Va Nov No 12 13T1Ie The twin furuaces fur furnaces turnaCM ¬
naces of the Virginia Iron IrOD Coal and andCoke andCoke andCoke
Coke Company located in ti t > east t end endof e endof d dor
of Roanoke went into blast at midnight mktDtghtatter midnightafter midnightafter
after being beta idle a year The mines re resume reWIDe resume ¬
sume operation today The big stock of ofpig o opig ofpis
pig iron on band when the furnaces farDACescloMd furnacesclosed furnacesclosed
closed has been greatly eatl reduced reducedJndgc reducedJndJc reducedJudge
Judge < Bnchannn to Go Under Knife KnifeScaeW KnifeSp KnifeS
S ScaeW ndal to The Waafetogtaa Vl Borsht HentiRichmond HenWRlchmoDcl BorshtRichmond
Richmond Va Nor 12 1Ju Judge go John A ABuchanan A ABuchanan ABucbanan
Buchanan of the Virginia Supreme Court Courtof COUrtor 0 0of
of Appeals S left today for Baltimore Baltimorewnere Balt1merewhere Baltimorewhere
where wnere he will enter a hospital ho for the thopurpose thepurpoee thepurpose
purpose of undergoing an operation His Hiscondition HiscondtUon Hiscondition
condition is not believed to be dangerous
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