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Convention COnytj Elects Connor COllllOlto COllllOltoBe ConiiortcBe to toBe
Stands by Party Principles and andPic andPlcdgeM nd ndPledges
Pic Pledges dees Support SupportFinal Final Session Do Dovoted Dcvoted DoVoted
voted Strictly to Business nu Bu1ne lues ritn wltbLlttJe wttb wttbIJttt ritnLittle
Little IJttt Soeecumaltlns find 3Iucli 3IucliApplause IuchApplausePlattolm IucL IucLAppIanioP1atfOrm
Applause ApplausePlattolm Platform o na AdoptedMrlwaukee Adopted AdoptedMttwaukee AdoptednlWaukee
Mttwaukee Juno 9v 9 9V tv D Connor oj ojMarafield otMar ol olMarafleld
Marafield Mar field was ohosen to head h d the TatReDublIoans Taft TaftRepublicans TaftReDublloons
Republicans in Wisconsin as chairman of oftho 01 01the I
the State executivo committee in the thsclosing theclosing th thclosing
closing hour iour of tho convention conventionThe conventionThe conventionThe
The convention ended after adopting i ilattorni a aSlatform alattorm
Slatform lattorm indorsing In unmistakable terms termsPresident termsPrealdent termiPre1dent
President Taft and his administration administrationand administrationand administratlorand
and also electing a State committee con consisting conslstInS const1ng ¬
sisting st1ng of two men from each Congres Congressional Congresslann Congrezslouch ¬
slouch district dlRt1l t to t take charge of tho pri primary primary pr prmary ¬
mary campaign campaignThe camp campaignThe Ign IgnTho
The platform in addition to tho in indorsement Indomement Indoreement ¬
dorsement of President Tafts adminis administration admlnlstratton administratlon ¬
tration and e a line indorsing l dors1ng tho admin adnilnIstration administration adn n nIstraUon ¬
istration of Gov Davidson contains pro proVision pro provllon prov1Ion
Vision for publicity of tacoount3 ncoounts State Statematters Statematters Statmatters
matters were omitted omittedThe omIttedThe omittedThe
The only speeches made rnao during the thedays thedays fludays
days session was tho nominating speech speechof spe spe3ctof ch chof
of B E L L Phillip placing Mr Connor In Innomination 1nnomlnatIon Jr Jrnomination
nomination for the chairmanship of the thecommittee thecommittee th thcommittoe
committee and a brief talk by Mr Con Connor Connor ConSnor ¬
nor in response to loud calls that he take takethe takethe tak takthe
the platform after his election electionIn electionIn electionIn
In contradistinction to tho convention conventionyesterday conventionyesterday conventloryesterday
yesterday the the Thursday session was wasa wasa wa waa
a purely business affair work being beingpushed beingpushed belnipushed
pushed through as rapidly as possible possibleThe possibleThe posIblaThe
The essential phase of the convention conventionwas conventionwas convenflorwas
was the decision to continue to campaign campaignin
in behalf of the Taft policies through the thecommittee thecommittee th thcommittee
committee of which Mr Connor Is the thehead thehead fluhead
head Mr Connor was formerly a strong strongLa strongLa stronlLa
La Follette man He was in charge of ofthe otthe ol olthe
the campaigns which placed La Folletta Follettain FollettIn FollettiIn
in the governors chair Tho State plat platform plattorm platOform ¬
form is I as follows followsPlatform toUowaPlDtfonn followsPitfo
Platform Pitfo aa Adopted AdoptedWe
We the RepnbUraBd neu of Wisconsin 1 la cocronUon cocronUonassembled come comntieasenbied Uon Uonas
assembled as bled labptred by a desire to perpetuate oar oarparty ourparty ou oulrt3
party as s a political orgeniatlon and to restore to tothe tnthe t tthe
the raembors mem enbos of the party erty the right and opportanltj opportanltjvl
vl l 1 party government hereby declae dedaieWe declaeWe
We 0 adferto to the prioriptos 1nIp4es of the Republican Republicanparty R Iteub4Iulrty 1JI1on 1JI1onarty
party aa saoutllnsd outlined in the platform adopted adopt d by the theRepublican thenatloMl th thRvubhcan
Republican national natloMl contention of 1908 1908We 1ro3 1ro3Wa 1003We
We eoaunend the administration admtl 6tntloo of William H HTaft II IITaft itTaft
Taft We Ve admire his character < we ie recognize lit hiamarked hUmarked litmarked
marked ability as a statesman and wo applaud lit hiifidelity h1stideUtr litfidelity
fidelity to the pledges 1i ed contained CXII1tal in the party PrtJpbt PrtJpbtform partyfonn plat platform ¬
form and to the priadptes Isclp3es of good gnrensaeat gnrensaeatUnder twrsssoL twrsssoLUoder t tUDder
Under difficulties aad against opposition that triedto tried trtedto txls txlsto
to the uURMt his patience tksce and ad forbearance for he h hlabored hw hwlabored huIabond
labored without ceasing to secure the enactment e el elvboiesczne ofwholesne o ochonane
vboiesczne panrtroetlre UgtsJsticn I lIsSt1 Uon to introduce econ economies eeouomits eeoe0t51e3 ¬
omits in the adxaiaictntfon of the business affain affainof atraitSor aa1rof
of tho gOTWBment 1OtlDID tt to wisely U use asd omeerre e tlu tlunatural tbonatural tbiaturfl
natural wealth of the nation and to protect otsct o uhonor cer cerhonc n nhonor
honor honc and interests abroad abroadWe abroadWe slrosLWe
We approve of the prwwt iecet tariff law awl as a real realprogrwshe reelT ea ea31rOgrsnTe
progrwshe T measure We especially UJ commend the theproriaioes tbeptOriato tb tbpreiAtoes
proriaioes s for maximum and misterem scaeduta scaedutaand adleduledand sedUIsand
and future sdeatlflc revisions revisionsWe rerislonsWe reyWonsWe
We iadpne the administration of Gov Janes 0Detidson 0 0Dfttidson ODaTidson
Dfttidson and commend his faithful adherence U URepublican te teUepubllcan t tItepuNican
Republican prindplea prindpleaIn prlDclpl prlDclplIn
In the interest of State coremmeot overnxnent cadency lid aadeconomy lidecooomr an aneioinY
economy ire favor a budget systeta Brt for te dUtarso dUtarsonSent dU dUi dibxoYi0it
i nSent of public revenues revenuesWe t11TenUe3We remueWe
We favor the fullest publicity as to campaign campaignexpenditure campaignnpendj campalgiexpenditures
expenditure npendj aacured and controlled by b wfce tlI1ehUon l ega egaistlon fito fitolatlon
latlon latlonTo hUonTo istlonTo
To the end id that our party I ty may be maiatained maiatainedhigh maiDtainedhI naintaIne4high
high hI ideals npfaeid and party efficiency secure securefrauwBt eouretrequet secairefrequt
frauwBt and regular party rtj oocadls should o bs held heldand heldand heldand
and that necessary party cemialttces and officers officersfibroid ofikerrahOttJd ocexi ocexithowld
fibroid be appointed a DUd wfeoee duty it shall 11 be to pro proTide jrotide
1 Tide for a reorganization reoq of the party throughout throughoutthe thrsuhouthe
the th Stetc St4t ascl a4eir jr facer liNe tho tI cBactmoBt aliLCtmClDt8C 03mtt ef e utebhwra utebhwraas iuiMwas
as may be neceasory secesa 7 to accorapllsh acanpl1 each wh ends endsA endsA etcdsA
A telegram from Senator Isaac Stephen Stephenson Stephenson Stephenson
son to former Gov W D Hoard ex expresaing expressing oxpressing
pressing his satisfaction with the pur purposes purposes purposes ¬
poses of the convention and lauding laudingPresident laudingPr 1audtn 1audtnPresident
President Pr 8ldent Taft wag wa received with pro prolonged prolonged prolonged
longed applause applausePresident aDDlausBPr651dent applausePresident
President Taft last night received a atelegram a atelegram t ttelegram
telegram from L H Bancroft chairman chairmanof ohahmanof ohahzjrof
of the convention He wired back his histhanks histhanks hI hIthanks
thanks thanksKILLED thanksKILLED
Fatal Accident to Four People In InCoach InCoach lxCoach
Coach Wrecked by Locomotive LooomotiveHaverstraw LocomotiveHaverstraw LocomotiveHaverstraw
Haverstraw N Y Juno 9 9Four Four peo people people peapie ¬
ple were werokilled killed and one seriously 1njurehero Injured Injuredhero Injuredhero
hero today when a locomotive struck struckcoach a acoach 8 8coach
coach returning from a a funeral funerlWilliam tuneralW1l1lam funeralWilliam
William Beebe of Haverstraw Rev RevA RevA RevA
A Romath pastor of the Methodist MflthodlslChurch MethodistChurch MethodistChurch
Church of New City and Mr and Mrs MrsE MrsE MrsE
E V Slefrod Siefrod1 af New City were Tdlled Tdlledand 1dllednnd Icilledand
and Mrs P Perry rry Keesler was seriously In Injured Injured Injured ¬
jured They were In the coach returning returningfrom returningtrom roturnIn roturnInfrom
from the funeral where Mr nomath haciread had hadread hadread
read the burial service serviceHARVARD serviceHARVARD serviceHARVARD
Seward C SImonds Charged with withCUpping witiClipping wit witClipping
Clipping Girls LockBoston Lockg LockgI3oston Lock LockBoston
Boston June 9 9Seward Seward C Simonds o oPasadena of ofPasadena 01 01Pasadena
Pasadena Cal Cal1 and a Harvard HarvardjunIor HarvardjunIorwas junlor Junorwas junlorwas
was held for the grand jury today at tlu tluSouth tbeSouth th thSouth
South Boston Police Court on a chargi chargiof cbargeof chargof
of assault and nd battery on Lillian Sant Santangelo Santangelo Santangolo
angelo at the the Locust street playground playgroundon
on May 30 O The girl Charges that Slmond Slmondcut Simondcut s scut <
cut a braid Jrom rom her hair whlje seate seatebehind seated seatedbehind seatecbehind <
behind her on the bleachers at an athl athletic athleticcontest athlati athlaticontest tl tlcontest <
contest contestThe contestTle contestThe
The student was accompanied by hli hhfather hlifather his hisfather
father Simonds waived examination examinationnnd examinationand examinationand
and Judge Fallon held him for the July Juljterm Julyterm Jullterm
term of the grand jury in 300 300 bail which whichwas vhlrt vjilctwas vhlrtwas
was given by his father fatherMfflH ratherbe ath r rCONSTIPATION
Munyona Mun on8 Paw PawPaw PawPaw
sfprliiP sfprliiPiCSi 1 Paw Pills are un unlike unlike unlike ¬
like all other laxa Jaxafives laxatives laxatives ¬
iCSi tives or cathartics catharticsThey c1tharticsThey catharticsThey
They coax the liver liverinto liverinto liverinto
into activity by bygentle bygentlo bygent1o
gentle methods methodsThey methodsThey methodsThey
They do not scour scourthey scourthey scourthey
they do not gripe gripethey gripethey
1 they do not weak weaken weaken ¬
Q en but thev do dostart dostart dostart
fuiil fuiilSl start all the secre secretions sccretions ¬
3 5 rite i tions of the liver liverand hveranel liverand
Sl 1 l
pfei and stomach in a away aWay away
way that Boon puts jutsthese putsthese putsthese
these organs in a ahealthy alealthy ahealthy
healthy condition conditionand conditionand conditionand
and corrects consti constipation constiption constiDation ¬
pation In my opinion Opinion constipation constipationis
is responsible for most ailments There Thereare Thereare Thereare
are thirtytwo thirty two feet of human bowels bowelswhich bowelswhich bowelswhich
which i if really a sewer pipe When this thispipe thispipe thisipo
pipe ipo becomes b comes clogged the whole system systemv systembecomes systemcomes
v becomes comes nwioa nnionnnil poisoned rmiimrxr causing Viilinitfmpcn biliousness in indigestion In Indigestion in indigestion
digestion and impure blood which often ofteninents oftenl oftenproduces
l produces > roduces rhcumastism and kidney ail ailments au aumeats
meats No woman womnnTvho who suffers with con constipation constipation constipation ¬
stipation or any liver complaint comp t nt can canpect ex expect cxpect ¬
pect to have a clear complexion or enjoy enjoygood enJoy enJoygood enjoycood
good health healthMunyons hcalthMunrons healthMunyOflS
Munyons PawPaw Pills are a tonic tonieto tonicto tonicto
to to the stomach liver 1ive and nerves Theyinvigorate They Theyinvigorate Theyinvigorate
invigorate instead of weakening they theyenrich theyenrich theya
a enrich the blood instead of impoverish impoverishing impover1olilng impoverishjng ¬
ing it they enable the stomach stomach to get getput getaU getall
aU the nourishment from food that thatJlut a aput
put into it itThse it itTh itThee
Thee Th pi Ii1i nA l Wtttaui tAift ti3 n n cAldwal cAlom 1 n6 dope dopethey dopethey dopethey
they are soothing healint healing and stimu stimulating stimulating stumulating ¬
lating They school the th bowels tC act aotwithout AQtsithout actitbout
without itbout physic JJ sic Price 25 cents
CLtJSE SATURDAY AT 1 P M MSummer MSummer MSummer
Summer Rugs and Mattings MattingsIn
In our complete com p1etc and varied stock of Floor Coverings for foiCountry forCountry forCountry
Country Homes Homel Summer Cottages Cot 1ge3 and Bungalows the th foUow followIng foUowlng foUowlug
lug attractive values are prominent features featuresKalliston fcatuleQKa1liston featuresiKalliston
Kalliston Plaincolor Seamless Rag8all Rgs al1 aiscs6ire9xl2ft4250 aiscs6ire9xl2ft4250Chaumont si sites shc9x12 ft4250 ft4250Chaumont it 4250 4250uChaumont
uChaumont Chaumont Scarnlesi Axminster Rugs figured and plain pkinall plainall plainall
all sizes size 9x12 ft 5000 5000Wilton 5000Wilton 5000Wilron
Wilton RUES seamless size siz 9x12 ft 4200 4200Vilton 4200Wilton 4200Wilton
Wilton Rugs seamed size 0x12 ft ft 3150 3150Imperial 3150Imperial 3150Imperial
Imperial Smyrna Rugs size 9x12 fu ft 2500 2500Brussels 2500Brussels 2500Brussels
Brussels Rugs rise 9x12 f ft t 2400 2400Axminster 2400Axminster 2400Avninster
Axminster Rugs size 9x12 ft ft 2200 2200Mood 2200Moodj 2200MoodjPorch
Mood Moodj MoodjPorch porch Rugs silo 9xi2 9d 2 ft ft u u 1500 1500Algerian 1500AIterian 1500Mgerian
Algerian Porch Rugs sue sile 9x12 ft 2700 2700Mourzouk 2700Mourzouk 2700Moursouk
Mourzouk Porch Rugs size 9x12 ft 1800 1800Anjengo 1800Anje 1800Anjengo
Anjengo Anje go Porch Rugs R gs sire size 9x12 ft u 2400 2400CrexRuge 2400Crex 2400Cici
CrexRuge Crex Rugs size9xl2ft size 9112 9zl2ft it 700 700All 100AU 700All
All grades of Straw Mattings Mattingsour our own ownimportations ownimpottations owiinpotationl
importations at atlowestprke3 atlowestprke34l4 lowest prices
1414 4l4 H Street N W Phone 4909 Main
G W U UIS JS S IN DEBT DEBTContinued DEBTOontlnued DEBTContinued
Continued from Ingc One Oneendowment Onoondowm Oneendowment
endowment ondowm t fund of 2000000 will be besought besought besought
sought by the thtrustees trustees in connection with withthe withthe withthe
the raising of money for the current ex expenses expenses expenses ¬
penses The extension of the Morrill bill billbenefits billbenefits billbenefits
benefits to the District will be pressed pressedupon pressedupon pressedupon
upon Congress CongressAsked CongressAsced CongressAsked
Asked Asced if the university would suspend suspendin
in case the funds are not immediately immediatelyforthcoming Immedll1t immediatelyforthcoming ly lyforthoomlng
forthcoming Dr McBaln assistant to the thepresident thepreJldent thepretdont
president said last night Most omphatr emphatically omphatrcaJly omphatrcally ¬
cally no Those reports are circuited circuitedby clrcuhed clrcuhedby
by enemies of the university who wish wishto wishto wishto
to do the institution harmAppeal harm harmAppeal harmApp
Appeal App nl of the Trustee TrusteeThe TrusteeThe TrusteesThe
The appeal of the trustees and the thostatement thestatement thestatement
statement of resources In full follow followTo tollowTo followTo
To the Chamber of Commerce and theBoard the thoBoard theBoard
Board of Trade of Washington WashingtonThe WasltlngtonThe WashingtonThe
The board of trustees of the George GeorgeWashington GeorgeWashington GeorgeWashington
Washington University respectfully rep represent represent represent ¬
resent resentThat resentThat
That they have had a careful ex examination examinatIon oxaminatlon ¬
amination mado concerning the educa educational educational educational ¬
tional organization of the university with withthe withthe withthe
the resultthat result that they thC are of opinion that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the present educational organization organizationought organIzationought orgnnlzatlonought
ought to be retained It has been grad gradually gradually gradualiy ¬
ually ovolved to moot the needs of the theDistrict theDistrIct theDistrict
District DistrIct and substantially meets these thesaneeds thMeneeds theseneeds
needs needsThey needsThey needsThey
They are of opinion that while someeconomies some someeconomies someeconomies
economies can be mado in the admin administrative admlnIstrat1o administrativo ¬
istrative and educational work of th thuniversity the tbeunlvorslty theuniversity
university on Its present pr Hnt basis the theamount thoamount theamount
amount saved would be mora morn than taken takenup takenup takenup
up It the educational organization on its itspresent Itspro itspresent
present pro ent basis were made thoroughly thorou hly ef efficient efficient offteient ¬
ficient ficientThey ficientThey fteientThey
They further represent that they are arewithout arewIthout arewithout
without funds to maintain the univer university unlvcrfit3 univorcity ¬
city on its present basis The total as assets assets assets ¬
sets of the university exclusive of about about1OOtXtG
100000 100000 of securities and real estate now nowheld nowheld nowheld
held In trust as endowment funds con constat conf1tt conslat
stat of the real estate at the corner ofFifteenth of ofFifteenth otI
I Fifteenth and H streets occupied occupi by bythe byI bythe
the main univei unhoJSIty lty building and the thelaw theI thelaw
I I law school buDding containing M2CO M2COsquare 2 2Osquare 200 200SQuare
square feet te t and valued at about eOO eOOthe 0000 0000the i ithe
the real estate In H street street between betweenThirteenth betweenThlrt9 betweenThirteenth
Thirteenth Thlrt9 ent h and Fourteenth streets oc occupied occupied occupled ¬
cupied by the th medical school and hos hospital hospital hoepital ¬
pital ewt cesutsinteg taJnlAfi Jnlns tt5K 4 foot and valued valuedat nluodat waluodat
at about J4 4IMOO o 0 09 and the furniture equip equipment equipment equipment ¬
ment and fixtures AH this last men mentioned menUonud mentioned ¬
tioned real estate tate is I subject to a d dad ad of oftrust attrut oftrust
trust to secure ije uro an indebtedness of otlt50 ofwiIl
lt50 4 WO I
Will Ill Owe j 5550 GOOO 5f0OBesides GOOOBe < > 0 0Besides
Besides Be lde this debt debt the university now nowowes nowoWQ nowOWOg
owes about 71003 and on August 11 11MM 1119lt
MM the end of the fiscal year will owe owesa oweIUJ oweas
sa the result of liabilities already alread assumed as assumed assumed ¬
sumed about 34000 34000 additional which whichwill whichw1ll whichwill
will make the floating debt on that that date dateabout dateabout dateabout
about J10WO 1 uctxi ft The total Indebtedness of ofthe otthe ofthe
the university on August 31 1910 will willtherefore w1lltheretore willtherefore
therefore be at least OOooo OOoooIt 535000 535000If 5OciIt
It the main building at the corner cornerof cornerot cometof
of Fifteenth and H streets and the ad adJoining adjoIning adjoining
Joining law school were sold enough enoughcould enoughcould enoughoculd
could probably be realized to pay the thedebts thedeb thedebts
debts deb leaving a small balance The Theamount Theamount Theamount
amount needed to restore the amounts amountsborrowed amountslwrroWed amountsbrrowed
borrowed brrowed from the endowment funds for forcurrent forcurrent or orcurrent
current expenses Including S63000 OOO to tomake tomake tomake
make good the endowment given by Congross Con Congress Consress ¬
gross In 1832 Is about 300000 300000 This Thisamount Tblsamount Thisamount
amount could be restored If the main mainbuilding mainbuilding mainbuilding
building and the law school were sold soldonly soldofly soldonly
only by selling the medical properties propertiesIf
If the medical school and hospital hospitalproperty hospitalpropert hospitalproperty
property on H street between Thir Thirteenth Thirteenth Thirteenth ¬
teenth and Fourteenth were w re sold enough enoughcould enoughcouM enoughcould
could probably be realized to restore re tore to toa toa toa
a productive basis the endowment and andleave andleave andleave
leave a balance of at least 75000 i OOO Thisbalance This Thisbalance Thisballlnco
balance ought probably to be used to build builda
a medical school on a new site the land landnow landnow landnow
now occupied by the medical school hav having having hayhug ¬
ing been given by Mr William W T Cor Corcoran Corcuran Corcoran ¬
coran for the purposes of the medical medicajdepartment medIce1l medicaldepartment
department l partment
Must IUJSt Rent Quarters QuartersShould QuartersShould
Should the university unlverslt pay the debts debtsrestore debtszestore debtsrestore
restore to a productive basis baf Its endow endowments endowments endowmonts ¬
ments and fulfill its obligation to the themedical themedical themedical
medical department It would have no nobuildings nobulJdngs nobuiklng
buildings except for the medical school schooland IiIcl1ooJan sclooland
and an would ould be obliged to carry carryon on Itswork Its Itswork Itswork
work with the exception ex ptlon of the medical medicalwork medicalwork medicalwork
work in rented quarters quartersThe quartersThe quartersThe
The only way wa by which the university universitycan
can retain Its present buildings even eventemporarily eventemporarily eventemporarily
temporarily is to fund the 105000 of offloating otfioatlnr offloating
floating debt thus leaving the university universitysubject universitysubject universitysubject
subject to an Interest charge of at least
28000 per year and to adopt the policy policyof policyof policyof
of not Immediately paying the debts or of ofrestoring otrestorIng ofrestoring
restoring to a productive Investment the theportions theportions theportions
portions of the endowment fund which whichhave whIchhave whichhave
have been borrowed for current expenses expensesThis expensesTbls expensesThis
This of course could only be a tem temporary temporary ternporary ¬
porary policy looking toward a perma permanent permanent permanent ¬
nent adjustment by b which the debt coula coulabe coulabe coulube
be paid and the endowment fund tun re restored restored restored ¬
stored to a productive basis The sale of ofall ofall ofall
all buildings would Involve a loss of ofprestige orprestige ofprestige
prestige The ihe he occupancy of the present presentbuilding presentbulldlngff presentbuiidingr
building Is however not essential In Inthe Intho inthe
the opinion of the trustees to the con continuance continuance continuance ¬
tinuance of the university on its presentbasis present presentbasis presentbasIs
basis Buildings could probably be rented rentedfor rentedtor rentedfor
for 20000 20000 per year ear which would serve the thepurposes thepurposes thepurposes
purposes but the expense of moving and andremodeling andremodeling andremodeling
remodeling would be considerable considerableAssuming consldernbeAssumIng considerableAssuming
Assuming an arrangement Is madewhereby made madowhereby madewhereby
whereby the university would be housed housedat housedat housedat
at an average Interest or rental charge chargeof chargoot chargeof
of 28000 25000 a year the trustees are of opinion opinionthat opinIonthBt opinionthat
that It would be unsafe tQ attempt the theoperations tMoperations theoperations
operations of the university on Its pres present present present ¬
ent basis without a sum of 50000 50000 for the thocoming thecoming thecoming
coming year assured to It over and above aboveits aboveIts aboveIts
its receipts from tuition fees The sum sumof sumof sumof
of 00000 50000 for the coming year car would wouldhowever wouldhowever wouldhowever
however permit the carrying on n of the thework thework thework
work only with great difficulty and andcrowding andcrowding andcrowding
crowding and at the cost of much self selfsacrifice selfsacrifice selfsacrifice
sacrifice on the part of the members of ofthe otthe ofthe
the faculty facuft whbse salaries are now be below below below ¬
low the amounts on which It Is is possible possibleto
to live suitably To carry carryon on the work workon workon workon
on the present basis In a proper manner mannerwouldrcQutre mannerwould
i would wouldrcQutre require at least 75000 75000 for the com coming comIng cornIng
ing yearSubscription year yearSubscription yearSUbBcrJptlon
Subscription JR Started StartedThere StnrtedThere tnrteclThere
There are already subscriptions to a amaintenance amalntenanco amaintenance
maintenance fund recently obtained obtainedamounting obtainedamounting obtainedamounting
amounting to about 13000 annually forthe for forthe forthe
the coming two years Thus 97000 37000 27oo U Urequired I Irequired irequired
required for the coming year on the mini minimum mlnlJ1um mininum ¬
mum basis of 50000 50000 OOi proposed proposedand and 62000 52000on 62000on 62000on
on the maximum basis of i 75000 15000In 75000In OOO OOOIn
In the present financial condition QdLUo of oti
i i i i i i i
the university the trustees feel that thatproIslon a aprovision n nprovision
provision should be made by the people peopleof peopleot peopleof
of the District for the maintenance of ofthe ortho ofthe
the university on Its present basis basisIt ba5IsIt bestsIt
It will be the policy of the trustees trusteesto
to place tho financial administration ofthe of ofthe ofthe
the university upon a basis which will willassure willassure willassure
assure a system of accounting of the themost themost themost
most complete character so that the thepublic thepubUc thepublic
public may ma at all times have a full knowl knowledge knowledge knowledge ¬
edge of the the affairs of the university and andto andto andto
to cause the endowment funds to be In Invested Invosted Invested ¬
vested In such a manner as to Insure the thestrict theltdct thestrict
strict performance of all trusts trustsA trustiA trustsA
A failure to maintain the university universityon unlverslt unlverslton
on Its present basis will In tho opinion opinionof
of the trustees result In a a disintegration disintegrationof
of the university or the maintenance of ofIt atIt ofit
It In an Incomplete form far from meet meeting meetInf meetIn ¬
ing In the needs of the the District The young youngmen youngmen oung oungmen
men and young women now receiving receivinguniversity receivingunerstty receivinguniversity
university education will In that case to toa toa toa
a large extent be obliged to gain their theireducation theireduoation theireducation
education from educational institutions institutionsformed Institutionstormed institutionsformed
formed or to be formed which will be beconducted bBconducted becOnducted
conducted for profit and which will neces necessarily necesearny necesaarily ¬
sarily be upon a lower standard than that thatwhich thatwhich thatwhich
which a university must maintain maintainAppeal maintainAPpenl maintainAppeal
Appeal for AssistanceThe Assistance AssistanceThe AsllltnncoThe
The trustees therefore deeming the themaintenance themaintenance themaintenance
maintenance of the university on Its pres present presont prosent ¬
ent basis a matter of public concern to tothe tothe tothe
the people of tho District respectfully respectfullyrequest lespoctfuUyrequest respectfullyrequest
request tho Chamber of Commerce and andtho andthe andthe
the Board of f Trade earnestly and sub substantially 5ubstantIfly substantlaliy ¬
stantially to help h 1p In the work of provid providing proldlng providlug ¬
lug the university unInr lty with the adequate adequatefinds adequatediOOfi adequateLands
finds The trustees will do all In their theirp theirpewer theirpewer
p pewer wer both as a board and individually individuallyto
to assist In raiding ra inS the necessary amount amountand amountand amountand
and will continue their efforts to secure securefor securefor securefor
for the institution an adequate endowmont endow endowment ondowmont ¬
mont Such an endowment ought to be beat beat beat
at least 2000000 2000000It Z000000It OOOooo OOOoooIt
It is hoped that the benefits of the thoMorrill theMorrill theMerrill
Morrill act will be extended to the Dis District District District ¬
trict and that the university untorstt will lll bemade be bemade bemade
made the administrator of the fund But Butthis Butthis Butthis
this Is uncertain and the exigencies of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the situation are so pressing that the thetrustees thetru thetrusteee
trustees tru tees deem it necessary n to make this thisappeal thisap thisappeal
ap appeal l at this tlm time in order to provide providefor providefor providefor
for the continuance of the work of the theuniversity theuniversity theuniversity
university next fall upon its present presentbasis presentbasis presentbasis
basis basisIt basisIt
It was determined also that stops stepsshould stopsshould stopsshould
should be taken to press the passage of ofthe ortbe ofthe
the Mil now pending In Congress to ox extend oxten1l oxtend ¬
tend to the university the benefits of the theMorrlH theMorrill theMerrill
Merrill act actWEATHER actWEATHER actWEATHER
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Atlantic and Sooth coast The weather will sU be befair befair befair
fair Friday and SaUwtey in the Lake region and andIR andill andin
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to moderate northerly on the th Lower Lakes moderate moderateeasterly moderateeatcd1 moderateeaMevIy
easterly on the Upper Lakes moderate cost and andnortheast andnortheast andnortheast
northeast northeastSteamers northeastSteaIDer3 northeastStraniei
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will bare moderate variable winds with unsettled unsettledwathcr UDsettlcdweather ussettledweather
weather and bowers to the be Grand Hanks HanksLocal IkultsLocol DsnsLocal
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Maya Trenches TrenchesWHI Treuch s sWILL sWILL
Americans Employed tn n Mahogany MahoganyLogging lla1olranyIJogglng MahoganyLogging
Logging and Chicle Camps in the theHeart theHenrt theHeart
Heart of Wild vn Country Have Not NotBeen NotDeen NotBeen
Been Hoard from lint Arc Thought Thoughtto
to Be Safe from Bullets BulletsMerlda DulletMerldi BulletsMerkl
Merlda Mexico June DThe first con consignment consIgnment consignment ¬
signment of troflps trodvs to arrive here from fromVera fromVera fromVera
Vera Cruz Is being rushed rushed to the vicin vicinity vicinIty vicinity ¬
ity of Valladolid where tho Maya In Indians Indians Indiana ¬
dians are said to be well intronchednnd Intronched Intrenchedami Intronchedand
and ready to battle the government governmentforces governmentforces goveinmentforces
forces Communication with the turbu turbulent turbulent turbulent ¬
lent district Is very difficult on account accountof accountof accountof
of tho destruction of o many miles of rail railway raIlway railway ¬
way and tho cutting of the telegraph telegraphwires telegraphwires telegraphwires
wires by tho rebels The railroad Is in inoperation InoDeration inoperation
operation to Izamad some distance this thisside thisside thisside
side of Valladolid It Is reported that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the town of Cltas has been captured by bythe bythe bythe
the Indians and that there was a heavy heavyloss heavyloBS heavyloss
= loss of life and much property destroyed
A number of renegade Mexicans among amongthem amongthem amongtheist
them several who formerly rmcrly held govern government govornment governmeat ¬
ment positions In Quintanaro territory territoryare
are with the Mayas and some of thorn thornare thornare thornare
are directing the military movements of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the insurgent forces It Is reported reportedNo reportedNo reportedNo
No Word from Gravo GrnvoNo GravoNo GravoNo
No direct communication has been re received re recolved recalved ¬
calved from Gen Ignacio Gravo com commander commander cammander ¬
mander of the Tenth military zone with withheadquarters withheadquarters withheadquarters
headquarters at Santa Cruz the old cap capital cap capital caphal ¬
ital of the Maya lI Ya tribe since tho recent recentoutbreak recentoutbreak recentoutbreak
outbreak occurred but runners were dis dispatched dlspatcbed dispatched ¬
patched with orders for him to move movewith movewith movewith
with his regiment of 1000 mon upon the theIndians theIndians theIndians
Indians who are holding Valladolid YalladolldWhether ValladoUdWhether ValladolidWhether
Whether Gen n Qravo Is penned in by bythe bythe bythe
the Indians and unable to respond to the theorders theorders theorders
orders ho should receive Is not known knownhere knownhere knownhete
here hereTho heteThe
hereThe The first estimate that the Maya force forceat forceat forceat
at Valladolid and in that vicinity num numbered numbered numbered ¬
bered more than LOGO 000 U I confirmed The Themilitary Themilitary Them11ltar
military authorities here believe that the therebellion therobe1lfon therebellion
rebellion will be put down In short or order order order ¬
der although It Is admitted that the theMayas theMnas theMayas
Mayas may divide Into small bonds bdJ and andtake a andtake
take tko refuge reCug In their tropical tropcl fastnesses fastnesseswhere f6tne8ses f6tne8seswhero fautnessoswhere
where they the can cn continue contnue a guerrilla geria war warfare warfare ar artao ¬
fare tao for some sme time tme No news Was Kasbeon Kasbeonrclve as been beenreceived beenrooelved
received rclve from tho hundred hundro or more Amer Americans AmerIcans Arnorleans ¬
icans who are ar employed In the mahogany mahoganylogging maogan maoganlogging mahoganylogging
logging and chicle chlc0 camps In the heart hert of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Maya country countryPROVISO cuntr cuntrPROVISO countryPROVISO
Leaders Oppose Feature in inRailroad inRailORd inRailroad
RailORd Railroad Bill BillPresident Bil BilPreident BillPresident
President Preident Taft has hs practically prtcly aban abandoned abn abndoned abandoned ¬
doned his effort otcrt to obtain obtn th th the adoption adoptionin aopton aoptonIn
in tho railr rlrei rafiread ad bill bl of a provision prvisin regu regulating rog1 rog1laUnS regulating ¬
lating laUnS Issuance Issuanc of stocks toa and a bonds bondsHe bs bsHe hoodsHe
He has h b ben been en InforoMd Intr by Sonata Sot l led lead leader ad aderg i ir
er erg r that that if A capiUllMtKm CRpUaltu foattra t tre is isincorporated IsIncrprto isincorporated
incorporated in the Ml b bill it might be badifficult bedifcl bedilbcult
Incrprto i te migt
difficult difcl to put pt the te measure meSfe through throughtho thrugh thrughth1 throughthe
the th1 Senate Seat This section HtOR of thy measure measurehaa muaurehaa measureli
haa li not yet et been taken take up In conference conferenceThe conferenceThe
The Th House Hose managars a hav hv have not It ot given ge up uphope uphOP uphope
hope hOP of getting bottng an agreement agrement on this thisprovision thl5provision thisprovision
provision although although indications Jnd1Uon are that thatat tat tata thata1
at a a1 tho first fst formal fon meeting meUng of the te con conferees cn cnferos concroon ¬
ferees feros croon which whoh may be b held hel today they theywill theyw11 theywill
will w11 be told that tht Democratic Dertc Senatorsare Senators Senatorsare Sonatorsare
are so s hostile hote to t a capitalization cptlt plan planthat planthat planthat
that It would woul be b better beter to t abandon it itSenator It it itSenator
> Senator Elkins representing reprenting the Sen Senate Senate Seaate ¬
ate ate and an Representative Repreenttive Mann manageron manager manageron manaer
on 01 the part prt of the House HOVIa Hopse had an a infor informal ior iormal informa ¬
mal ma conference confeenC yesterday yeterday They TO are lay layIng la laIng laying
Ing the groundwork grondwok for future discus discussions disus disussions discussbus ¬
sions by tho full tul committee commlteo AtterneyGeneral Atterney AtterneyGeneral At rney rneyGeneral
General Wickersham was called caled Into con consultation consultaton consultatiori ¬
sultation sultaton on certain features tetules of the bill billSenator bi bittSenator
Senator Aldrich ldrch jas as also aso present preet for a awhile aw1le awhile
while whileThe w1le whileThe
The discussion dIscusson related largely legely to the thelong theIons thelong
long and short haul clause claus the section sectiongiving seoton seotongving sectiongiving
giving the Interstate Inrrstate Commerce Commis Commission Commission Cornmissian ¬
gving sion Jurisdiction over practices practces of rail railroads ral railroads ¬
roads aside from rates and ad a number of ofSenateamendments ofScnat ofScnatearnendments
Senateamendments Scnat nendments of lesser l ser importanceWHEN importance importanceWHEN Imprtance ImprtanceWN
Popular Novel to < o Appear Serially Seriallyin Serln17 Serln17In
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begin the serial seria publication publcaton of Mary MaryRoberts MaryRoberts MaryRoberts
Roberts Rineharts popular ppular novelWhen novel novelWhen novel
When a Man Marries
For months this novel
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that the play pIa Seven 8m en Days was wasmade wasmade wasmade
made and it proved the biggest biggst farce farcehit taco tacohit farcehit
hit that has struck Broadway in intwenty Intwenty Intwenty
twenty years yearsReaders yearsReader yearsReaders
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tale the most pleasing Dlealng newspaper di diversion dlv diversion ¬
version v relon they have ever had It I will wU be beprinted beprinted beprinted
printed from day to day da beginning on onJune onJune onJune
June 15 and no lover of good action actioncan fcton fctoncan fictioncan
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Lester Lster A Barr Bar has purchased purchaed ground groundas gound goundas
as the site for an apartment apament house to be beerected beerected beerected
erected on Columbia road roa between btween theWyoming the tneVyoming theWyoming
Wyoming and Oakland apartments apartents The Thelot The10t Thelot
lot has a frontage of 100 10 feet tet and a a 3 depth depthOf depthof depthof
Of 190 19 feet The Tlu price paid pad was 35000The 35000 35000The 50
The building buiding to be erected will be in re reenforced reenforced reenforced
enforced concrete in the Spanish style ot otarchitecture otarchite ofarchiteure
architecture archite ure The ground gound was wa owned owed by byOscar byOscar byOscar
Oscar W W White WhiteHarry Whie WhieHa WhiteHarry
Harry Ha Wardman has sold sold soldto to Agnes Ag S L LWhite L LWhie LWhlt
White Whie Whlt f the threestory threstor apartment aparment house houseat houseat houseat
at 1421 12 Bancroft Bancrof place for 25000 0 The Thehouso Thehouso Thehouse
houso will wi be remodeled and made m flnto Into a adwelling adwelng adwelling
dwelling dwelng house to be occupied by Oscar OscarW OscarW OscarW
W White Wie and family famiy Both deals were werenegotiated wer wernegoUate4 werepegotiated
negotiated pany by the J J Lampton Lpon Com Company Company Campany ¬
c Ocean Ocean Steamship SteamshipKew SeamlhJp SiennisbipaNer
Kew Ne York Yor June Ju 9 9ArTd 9ArriTed Ardred mt ot Adriatic AdraUc at atSouthampton atBtamDn atSouthampton
Southampton La L TouniiSe Twn TairUi at Harm HarreSailed Hat HarmSailed
BtamDn Sailed sae from fr foreiga foei ports IDr Kalseria Kan Augusto Auste Vic Vlotorisj VIe Victens3
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Out of Danger Danger8t DangerSt DangerSt
8t St St Louis Luis Mo o June 9 9Rlchad 9Bichard Richard C CKerens CKerens CKerens
Kerens Jr son of Richard C KerensAmb Kerens KerensAmbassador KerensAmbas5ador
Ambassador Amb ssoor to t Austria ustra who was found foundunconscious founduncon foundunconscious
unconscious uncon lous In the Lacledo Lclede Hotel test testnight Jst JstnIght 1stnight
night suffering sufeing from an overdose of a anarcotic anarootic anarcotic
narcotic Is now at the Alexlan Brothers BrothersHospital BrothersHopial BrothersHospital
Hospital Hopial and Is expected expectc to recover as ashis a ashis
his condition conditon is not serious seriousKerens seriousKerens seriousKerens
Kerens went to the hotel desk at iO30 iO30oclock O3 03O 03Ooclock
oclock last lat night apparently apIarenty suffering sufferingand sufferingand utrerng utrerngand
and asked a bellboy belboy for a a spoovii fpon spoon to take takesome te tesome takesome
some medicine melolne He took an overdose ov rdose itis It Itla ItIs
Is thought and fell unconscious unconscous to the thefloor thefior thefloor
floor fior in the wash wth room roomHe roomHe C CHe
He was given emergency treatment and andthen andthen andthen
then taken to the Alexian Brothers Hos Hospital HospItal Hospital ¬
pital after ater he was pronounced pronounce out of dan dani danget 1 1SIE
Noted London Publisher Had Jnd Been DeenII BeenIll
Ill II Several Months MonthsLondon lUonthl lUonthlIondon MonthsLondon
London June 9 9Slr Sir George Newnes Newnesthe Newne5the Newnesthe
the founder of the Westminster GazetteTitBits Gazette GazetteTitBits GazetteTiBis
TitBits TiBis and the Strand and the donor donorof donr donrot donorof
of the tht th International Internatonal chess trophy bearing bearinghis bearinghis beatinghis
his name is h dead He had been ill 1 for forseveral torseveral forseveral
several months He was born In 186L 186LHe 11 11le 1861He
He le was wa a member of Parliament Parloent from fromCambridgeshire fromCambridgeshire fromCambridgoshire
Cambridgeshire from 18SS 18 to 1S95 18 and andsat andsat andsat
sat for Swansea Town from 1900 1 until untiltho unti untilthe
tho general gener election electon this year ear He was wascreated wascreated wascreated
created a baronet in 1S95 1S95Sir 169 1595Sir
Sir George Newnes Xewne was wa the son of ofRev ofRev ofRev
Rev Thomas Mold Newnes a Congre C 1 e ¬
gational atonal minister of Matlock lIatock Darb Darbshire
shire shlreJTTMPS shireI shirejtrNPs
Man Believed DeleTed Demented Demented la I Rescuedby Rescued Rescuedby Reeue
by a n Sailor SailorCherbourg SnUorCherbourg SailorCherbourg
Cherbourg Juno 9 9W11e 9While While the to passen passengers ps passengere en enger ¬
gers ger of the th steamer stemer Kron Prlnzessln Prlnzcsln Ce Cecille CecUo Cecilio
cille cUo were engaged ongge In watching the carry carryIng cary caryIng carrying
Ing aboard of the vessel yesterday estcrda of ofDlago otDIego ofDiego
DIego Cabrera son of the President Pesident of ofGuatemala orGU ofGuatemala
Guatemala GU temala who had attempted atempted to com commit commit cornmit ¬
mit suicide suicde on the train connecting connectng with withthe wih wihthe withthe
the steamer a passenger from Bremen BremenRobert BremenRobert BremenRobert
Robert Mahrenholz Mahenbolz thirtyfive years old oldJumped oldjumped oldjumped
Jumped overboard A sailor sIor Jumped af after a after ¬
ter him and rescued him Mahrenholz Mahrenholzshowed Mahrenholzshowe Mahrenholzshowed
showed showe signs of Insanity insaniy and the cap captain captain captam ¬
tain tam of the steamer steaer refused to take him himto himto himto
to New York YorkRECOIL York YorkRECOI YorkItECOTh
English EnJlbh Concern Will 11 Aid AccurateShootng AccurateShooting Accurate AccurateShooting1
Shooting Shootng of DIg Guns GunsLondon Gun GunLondon GunsLondon
London Juno Juo 0 DThe The Armstrong rmstrong Whit Whitworth Whi Whitworth
worth Company has Invented a recoil recoI de device delce dovice ¬
vice lce which enables enable a gun gn to be fired fre ten tentimes tentme tentimes
times tme consecutively consecutvely without relaying It Itconsists I Itconsists
consists constst of cylindrical chambers contain containing contln contlnIns containing ¬
ing a patent ptent liquid lquid and air The experi experiments exer experlmont ¬
ments mont bavQf hav been made with a 143 13 gun gunwhich gn gnwhIch gunwhich
which will w1 shortly short be b delivered deUvere to the thewar thewr thewar
war wr ofllce but the Invention Inenton Is apparently apparentlyapplicable apprentr apprentrapplcble apparentlyapplicable
applicable applcble to all al types of guns Includingthe Including Includingthe Includingthe
the largest largeL It I Is stated that it marvel marvelously mal maloush marvelously
ously increases IncrOIS8 steadiness and accuracy accuracyflve accuracyfive
five 10 out of ton shots shoLe practically practcly going goingthrough goingthrough goingthrough
through the samo hole In the target targetOBJECTS trget trgetOBJCT targetODJICTS
Ambn AlUbnlRlor Ambassador R < lor Reid Protest Against AgalnvtBritish AgalntDrllh AgainstBritish
British Drllh Exportation ExportationLondon ExportationLndon ExportationsLondon
London Lndon June 9 9Ambsador 9Ambassador Ambassador Reid Heldcalled Reidcaled Reidcalled
called caled the attention atenton of the British Britsh govern government gover goverment governmeat ¬
ment to t the te case cse of an Englishman Englshman whoafer whoafter who whoafter
after afer being beng convicted of counterfeiting counterfeitingcoin counterfeing counterfeingcoin counterfeitingcoin
coin was released releae on condition condion that he heemigrate heemigate heemigrate
emigrate emigate to the United Unie States 5t8t0 Mr Reid Reidpointed Reidpinte Reidpointed
pointed pinte out that tat such suc a Q course couro was as In Inviolation InI inviolation
violation I l8tion of international Interatonal comity comityHomo comit comityHome
Home Secretary Seeta Churchill Chtlrchl accordingly accordinglysent aoordingh aoordinghsenl aocordinglysent
sent a circular letter letor to the authorities authoritiesconcerned authortes authortesconcorned authoritiesconcerned
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States SttesSenator Senator from Ohio died at As Asbury Asbur Asbury
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Capt Brice served during the Spanish SpanishAmerican Spnlsh SpnlshAmerican SpanishAmerican
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many man politics poltcs at one time tme During his hisfathers hisfathers hisfathers
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the te social life le of the th Capital CapitalNaval Capial CapialNaval CapitalNaval
Naval Naval Conferees Deadlocked DeadlockedRepresentative Deldlocked DeldlockedRepr DeatiloelgedRepresentative
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House Naval N8 al Affairs AfaIr Committee Commitee yester yesterday yesterday ester esterda ¬
day da presented to the House a partial partialconference partal partalontclJCe partialconference
conference ontclJCe report on the naval appro appropriations appropratons appropriations ¬
priations pratons bill hIl One of the to amendments amendmentsstill amendment amendmentsstill
still stI in dispute is that added by the Senatt Sen Senatt Sena
att a permitting lermltng the railroad switch swich to the theWashington theVashington theWashington
Washington Navy Yard to remain In Its Itspresent It itspresent
present location loc ton for two years rear additional additionalWill addional addionalWl1 additionalWill
Will Wl1 Talk to ConvictsSpedal Convicts ConvictsSpecial ConTlctsSpal
Special Spal to The e Washington WtlDi Herald HeraldRichmond Hmd HeralRichmond
Richmond Va Va June 9 9Mrs Mrs Maud MaudBalllngton Maude MaudeaUngton Maude3allington
Balllngton aUngton Booth known and nd beloved by bythousands bythousands bythousands
thousands of convicts in practicallyevery practically practicallyevery practicall
every eve prison in the United Unied States under underthe underthe underthe
the epithet epitet of the Little Ltte Mother Moter will willconduct w wconduct wIllconduct
conduct services for her boys In i the theState theState theState
State penitentiary penitentar hero at 9 oclock Sun Sunday Sunday Sunday ¬
day morning morningRoad morningRond morningRoad
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Mexico City June 9 9The The official ofcial an announcement announcement announcement ¬
nouncement was made today t day that onJuly on onJuly onJuly
July 1 too Mexican MexIcn International Iternatonal Rail Railway Ranway Railway ¬
way from Diaz to Durango Durngo through throughTorreon throughToreon throughTorreori
Torreon Toreon with wih a a branch branc from Monclova Monclovato
to Monterey would become a part of ofthe otthe ofthe
the merger system the National Natonal Rail Railways Rai Railways ¬
ways of Mexico MexIo MexIoTo MexicoTo j jTo
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Madrid June 9 9The The government goverment an announces annonceS annouflOcS ¬
nounces nonceS an Impending decree abolishing abolishingtho abolishingtho abolishingthe
tho article artcle of the constitution constuton which for forbids forbids or orbids ¬
bids nonCatholics nonnthoUc worshiping orhiping publicity pubUcly In InSpain InSpin inSpain
Spain Spin This prodigious proigous step In religion religiontoleration relgion relgiontolerton religiontoleration
toleration tolerton has ha caused a sensation sensaton and is islikely SSlkely Islikely
likely lkely to excite ecte considerable opposition oppositionIt oppsiton oppsitonIf oppositionItis
It If Itis Is duo to Premier Canalejas and other otherLiberal otherLber otherLiberal
Liberal Lber statesmen who found foud King KIn Al Alfonso Alfonso l ltonso ¬
fonso sympathetic with wit the proposal proposalEUGENE proposalUGEN proposalEUGENE
New ew York June Jun 9 9Eugene Eugene gene Walter Waler the theplaywright te theplaywright
playwright plargh Is ill 1 at his home 171 Ii West WestSeventyflrjt WestScvontyfrJt WestSoventyfirat
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said that his condition conditon was much im improved 1mproO improved ¬
proved proO and that it i was believed that thnthe thnthea thatMeSIas he hewas
was a out of danger dangerMr dangerMr dangerMr
Mr Walter volunteered to furnish tUfIlshhlS tUfIlshhlSautomobte his hisautomobile hisautomobile
automobile automobte with wih himself himsel as a chauffeur chauffeurto chaufeur chaufeurto
to take take one load of orphans orhans to Coney ConeyIsland ConeyIsland ConeyIsland
Island yesterday esterda He took cold on the thetrip thetrip thetrip
Washington Mans ans Success SuccessCharles SuccessCharlos SuccessCharles
Charles S Fletcher for many years a avalued avalued
valued alued member of the business staff stf of ofa ota ofa
a Washington paper has been appointed appointedto
to the asJlngon position of cashier of the Phila Philadelphia Phla Phladelphla Pliiladelphi ¬
delphi North American Amercan Mr Fletcher Fletchermoved Fletchermoved Fletchermoved
moved to Philadelphia about a year ear ago agoand agoand agoand
and his assignment asslgment to this position postlon oftrust of oftrust oftrust
trust will wl be regarded regaded by his friends as asa asa asa
a tribute to his worth worthWill worthWil worthwill
Will Wil Not Permit Permi Gambling GamblingMexico GambUngMexico GamblingMexico
Mexico City Ciy June 9 9The The government governmentauthorities goverment govermentauthor1es governmentauthorities
authorities author1es today authorized another anotherdenial anotherdenIa1 anotherdenial
denial denIa1 of the published publshed report that a a con concession cn cnoession eoncession ¬
cession has been granted ganted to Richard Can Canfield Canfeld Canfield
field feld his representatives representatves or any an one else elsefor eJsefor elsefor
for a gambling establishment establshment Gambling Gamblingwill Gamblng Gamblngl Gamblingwill
nounced will l continue contnue to be prohibited prohibite it i is an announced announced announced ¬
Refusal of Cnpt Parker to Permit PermitPrize Permi PermitPrize
Prize Pie Fight Has lnl Dad Effect EffectSpecial Etect EtectS EffectSai
Special S l to t The To Washington Waagto Herald HeraldRichmond Hed HeraldRichmon1
Richmond Va June 9 9The The action acton of ofCapt ofCapt ofCapt
Capt Capt parker of the Norfolk Norol Navy Nav Yard Yardin Yardin Yardin
in refusing to permit peri a prize fight fght be between between between ¬
tween enlisted enlsted men of the te navy nav to be bapulled beul bepulled
pulled ul d off of will do more to prevent arnica arnicable a amtcable
ble relations rlatons between betwen men of the te various variousships vIous vIousships variousships
ships if this action aoton Is final fnal than any anyother anyother anyother
other one thing said George Gerge P Cridlln Cridllna Cridln
a 0 wellknown Virginia VJrgnia attorney atorney when in interviewed IntervIewed interewed ¬
terviewed here today He has ha had a anumber anumber anumber
number of dealings In which the athletic athleticsrelations athleticrelations athletlorelations
relations between navy na men have played playedan plaectan
an important part partUnless partUnless partUnless
Unless something Is done d dane ne to stimulate stimulatethe stimulatothe stimulatethe
the athletic activities of this branch of ofthe otthe ofthe
the service he continued the navy navywill navywill navYwU1
will suffer a severe blow blowIt blowIt blowIt
It Is not an easy matter to induce 1n uc men mento mento mento
to enlist in the navy This Is shown by bythe bythe bythe
the fact that newspapers and magazines magazinesare
are continually carrying large advertise advertisements advertisements advertisements ¬
ments offering Inducements to civilians civiliansIf
If the men are required to work all the thotime thetime thetime
time and andhave have no opportunities for sport sportthe sportthe sportthe
the athletic interest soon will die out andwith and andwith andwith
with its going will come a dearth In new newrecruits newrecruits newrecruits
recruits recruitsPOISONED
Woman Sues Sue Central Railroad for fop2OOO fori2OOO
2OOO = 000 Damages DamagesPoughkeepslc DomogcsPoughkeepsie DamagesPoughkeepste
Poughkeepslc N Y June 9Mrs Mrs May MayBulmer MayBulrner ray rayBultner
Bulmer Is suing for 2000 damages from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the Central Railroad of Vermont for forptomaine forptomaine forptomaine
ptomaine poisoning contracted she al alleged alleged alleged ¬
leged through eating sausage served to toher toher toher
her In a buffet lunch on a train from fromMontreal fromMontreal rota rotaMontreal
Montreal to Boston After eating she shewas shewas shewas
was taken ill and her health has not notbeen notbeen notbeen
been good since sinceTho sinceThe sinceThe
The conductor and porter of the th buffet buffetcar buffetar buffetcar
car car ar on behalf of the railroad said the thasausage thesausage thesausage
sausage was a a hightoned brand which whichcame whIchcame whichcame
came In wax paper The Jury will return returna
I a verdict tomorrow
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