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J Fraise Richard Attacks AttacksPower A AttacksPower ttacI s sPower
Power of Congress CongressHOLDS CongressHOLDS
Argument Presented thnt Conatltn Conatltntlon ConstItution
tion Gives Glv snlghtM RlRhtR to Govern GocrJito to All AUClt1zcl1s
Citizens While Renidence In Dl Dltrlct Db Db1rlct
trlct Deprive WnaliliiKtonlann VnahlJ1gtonhu of 0 0AU
All Constitutional Privileges PrhUcgclSE
Editor E ltor The W Wash Wa8hagton hUffton Herald HeraldI HeDldI
I wish 15h to Vosent rosent not dogmatically dogmaticallybut dogmatlcanbut
but suggestively a few hints touching touchingthe touchingthe touthtn
the subject of citizenship in the District Districtof Districtot Diatricto
of o Columbia What I have to say is in inthe Inthe
the language of scientists purely pure ten tentative tentaUvt1 ¬
tative tat1 and subject to revision as further furtherlight furtherlight
light tght may dawn Wise Iso people change changetheir changetheir
their conclusions as additional light has hasbeen hasheen I
been received r fools never change ex except except ¬
cept for the worse worseIn worseIn
In the Standard Dictionary of the Eng English Engl1sh ¬
lish language lanrua o Webster defines citizen citizenas citizenalt
as a member of a nation or soveriegn soveriegnstate 50erlognstate
state especially peetally of a republic one who whoowea wh whowes
4 owes OW allegiance to a government and is isentitled IsenUtied
entitled to protection from It It In the theNew theew th thNew
New ew International published in 1903 19O a amodified 0modified
modified definition is presented pre ented Citi Citizen Citizen ¬
zen an inhabitant of a city or town townespecially townspeclally
especially one who enjoys its freedom freedomand freedomnnd I
and privileges privilegesIn prtv1la S SIn
In both these definitions however is iscontained Iscontntnoo Is
contained the th idea of freedom privilege privilegeand privilegeantI
and protection The We Idea of punish punishment punishment ¬
ment or deprivation of inherent rights rightsis
is wholly foreign to the th thought In Inthe Inthe Ii L
the eyQ of the law all Roman citizens citizenswere cttlzenswere
were equal jURl and fld all subjects bc of the em empire omplre ¬
pire were citizens cltlz S of Rome RomeGtbbon Gibbon Gibbonvol
vol vol 4 chap M Our modern states statesmen statesmen ¬
men and publicists may ma be made wiser wiserby wtserby L
by carefully car411J1 studying and practicing the theconditions thecondU th a
conditions condU nll existing under this ancient ancientpower ancIentpower andes t
power powerSeveral powerSeoral powerSeveral
Several now terms confront us for con consideration constderatlon ¬
sideration Hen they are Citizenship Citizenshipto
to make or naturalize as a citizen to toinvest toInve5t ti
invest with citizenship In this coun country OO11ntry ¬
try two wellknown methods of making makingcitizens mah1ngcitizens
citizens exist e 1st The first is that of a aperson 0person
person a male resident born of Amer American Am r rtean ¬
lean parentage P reftta ind nd attaining the legal legalvoting IOS1l1yotlns I
voting age twentyone years yaz who is per permitted parmltted ¬
mitted to have and enjoy enor the privileges privilegesof prlvlleg prlvllegt perS S
of t an American citizen cltlz n During the civil civilwar chUwar I I
war In aome ome States Stat this prerogative be belonged belongd ¬
longed to any anyone one of military mlUtarglthst mlUtarglthstb age that thatU t t
U between eighteen and nd fortyfive years yearsIn yearsIn
In some Suuea the privilege of o the elec elective 0186the oleetire ¬
the franchise is bestowed upen women womenand womenand a i
and exercised by them The second secondmethod secondmethod aeconi t at I
method of producing citizenship cltlz mshtp is that thatusually tkatUSUAlIy tisa t t
usually known Its naturalization naturalizationTwo naturalizationTwo naturalizationTwo
Two general methods at least by whichthIs whio which whichthis ii j
this citizenship may be lost are known knownto knownto a i
to exist existthe tha person may remove remo to an another another ¬
other country renounce hla citizenship ol citizenshi zenshlp p j
here and take up that privilege priv1lege under his hisnew hisnow hi 3 s
now government It is the reverse lVGC of ofwhat ofwhat o f
what occurs in becoming a naturalized naturalizedcitizen naturaltzedcitizen od d 1
citizen here hereIn hereIn
In the next place a person may com commit commit I ¬
mit a crime which results in his being beingconfined beingcontlned both g
confined In some prison or penitentiary penitentiaryIf penitentIa penitentIaIf bothr r
If the sentence is carried out to ijs I ia full fullextent tullextent fu II I
extent he may m without some interven intervention Jnterventlon ¬
tion from the e Chief Executive lose his hiscitizenship hiscitizenship hi a acitizenship 1
citizenship As a matter of fact to pre prevent prevent prevent ¬
vent this condition he is if his prison prisonconduct prisonconduct priso a aconduct j
conduct may warrant it released before beforethe beforethe befor e ethe 5
the sentence has been fully executed executedThis oxeeutedThis executedThis
This second case illustrates the manner mannerin mannerIn r rIn
in which a person may lose his citizen citizenship citizenship citizership ¬
ship and authorizes the employment employmentart of ofan otan
an appropriate term not in general use usedecitizcnshlp usedecltlzcn5hlp usi 5 5decitiscaship i
decitizcnshlp decitizcnshlpSection decltlzcn5hlpSectton
Section 2 article 4 I of the Constitution Constitutiondeclares Constitutiondeclares fl fldeclares ra
declares The citizens of each State Stateahall Stateshall Stal e
shall hal1 lie entitled to all the privileges and andImmunities andImmunities an d
Immunities of citizens in the several severalStates e seven eral eralStates U
States The fourteenth amendment ex explicitly expllc1t1 e t ¬
plicitly pllc1t1 provides All persons born or ornaturalized ornaturaUzed ir r
naturalized in the United States and sub subject subject su
ject to the jurisdiction thereof are citi citizens citizens cit I Izoos ¬
zens of the United States and of the State Statewherein StatewhQreln Stat Le 6
wherein they reside resideFinally resideFinally
Finally clause 17 section 8 article 1 1 of ofthe atthe f
the Constitution enumerates among the thepowers thepowers t te tet 8
t powers of Congress To exercise exclu exclusive exolushe 1 1sive ¬
sive legislation In all cases whatsoever whatsoeverover whatsoeverover sr srover r
over such district not exceeding ten miles milessquare milessquare mib Is 3
square as may become the seat of the thegovernment thegovernment U ta tagvernmont 8
government of the th United States StatesA Stat05A
A few pertinent J questions may now be besubmitted besubmttted I e esubmitted
submitted submtttedFirstIt submittedFirst
First FirstIt If a person legally a citizen of ofthe otthe Dfthe lf
the United States removes from any an anState ar y
State to another another and compile with local localconditions localondIUOM lee al alconditions
conditions of residence re ldenco and registration registrationdoes registrationdoes n ndoes lf
does he sacrifice sacrlftee his citizenship citizenshipSecond cltlzenshtpSecondIt citizenshipSecondIf
Second SecondIt If a citizen of the United States Statesremoves Stat Os Osremoves
removes lemoves for legitimate le iUmate purposes to the theCity theClt ti 10 10City
City Clt of Washington when Vhen did his citizen citizenship citizenshiP ettizeship ¬
ship cease when he left his former State Stateor Stateor Sta Staor
or just as he was crossing the District Districtline District1me Distri Distri1ne
line or after he has taken up his resi residence residence re redence j ¬
dence denceThird denceThirdWhat denceThirdWhat
Third ThirdWhat What real crime has ho com committed committed cor a aanitted ¬
mitted by b removing from any State St State te to toWashington toVashlnton toWashington
Washington WashingtonFourth WashingtonFourthWhen VashlntonFourthWhen
Fourth FourthWhen When and for what and in inwhat InWh inwhat
what Wh t way wa did he become ocomo decitizenized decitizenizedFifth deeitlzenlzodFifthDoes
Fifth F1ttbDoBS Does the th power p wer of Congress Congr S to toexercise toexercise o I Iexerto
exercise exclusive legislation over the theDistrict theDlstrtt t he heIistriet g
District of Columbia abrogate the six sixpurpoaea sixpurpoHa a ix ixpurpoees IX
purpoaea for which the Constitution was wasformed Wa Waformed w as asformed 18
formed us a enumerated in Its preamble preambleor e eor s
or does tt imply limply mean that Marylam Marylamand Marlnnfland cei ceiand 4
and Virginia Yir nla shall heap hands off am amnot ald aldnot ni 54 54aot
not attempt t te axorclae eNoeei orel the supervision supervisionthey svpenlstonthey espcrv1s en enthey IR
they had before the territory was ceded cededto co d dto odto
to the United States StatesSixth StatesSixthWltoa StatesSixthWho
Sixth SixthWltoa Whan and by what hat authority authoritywas autborlt autborltWAi ty tywas y
was the President vested with the right rightto rightto rig ht htto it
to cast the exclusive and only baHot of ofthe otthe oftne
the people in any Matter in I which Uiay Uiayare UIrare th or orare y
are individually lnd1vJduaD and eeU collectively eti ly inter interested Interested Int Intested r ¬
ested estedSeventh estedStventbstde estedSeventhSidney
Seventh Stventbstde SeventhSidney Sidney SmUa once declared declaredthat doclnredthat deciar ccl cclthat id
that the ministers 1IItn of Ma day d preached preachedfrom prlAchedfrom preach ed edfrom id
from their bellies and not no rem their theirbralni thrbrains thi Ir Irbrains r
brains or o their hearts Is it not time to toBtu tostu1Y tostudy
study Btu 1y and Interpret the Constitution ConstituU n and andthe andthe a ed edthe id
the question of ctttaenship In Washington Washingtonfrom Waahlngtontrom Vashingt on onfrom > n
from the standpoint of the true republic republicestablished republicestabUabe4 repub lie lieestablished ic
established by the fathers and not in inthe Inthe inthe
the light of a despotic d monarchy monarchyEighth monareh monarehEighthDo monarchyEighthDo
Eighth EighthDo Do the people of Washington Washingtonand Washingtonand Washingi on onand n
and the nutlen rosily root1 think that the Dis District District D is istrict s ¬
trict Of Columbia olumbla
affords any just con conception ooncoptlon o 5 5coption n ¬
ception of a republican or a democratic democraticform democraticform democra tic ticZorm Ic
form of government
Washington D C Get Oct 10 MK MKWhile 1tIOWhile iO iOA iOWhile >
While you ou think of It telephone your yourWant yourWant yc Jr urWant
Want Ad to The Washington Herald Heraldand HoraldRnd Hera lii liiand j
and bill will Ill be sent you at 1 cent a word wordLOAN wordLOAN wo rd rdLOAN
4 a Ii FbUol FhlasthVpIQ thlwla 1 Itftun t1tuUOtU t1tuUOtUo 0n4 oi
C I Reference Any flnuidtt flnuidttinstitution 11lW1dUinatituUon Snanc
Lw institution instltutlonlnthadty in tha dty Re Redcmptiona ReompUoua I te
EXTBAS dcmptiona nude uad from pawn pawnbroker pawnbroken vs n ¬
broker Kid n MW w loan loannicd I Iauec1 it itsued j
sued at greatly gmat1 reduced reducedBLTioc nductdlIuml rQdth td tdythg
BLTioc ythg to the borrowtr borrowtrOroucd barTOWUtRUDniTUL boTTowenUDT1AL
Oroucd floor fioe N W Oar On Hth 2th and O at ath1utc atr1tzt4 > t tta
h1utc r1tzt4 ta fid ride entrance TrtnucUoci ttricjSj Oj
Godsiren Ga GoEd < Iglven lUchts nl htll of Vornliln Dnn Dnnfabcd UnuIslied
lulled by Revolutionist RevolutionistEditor UcolutlonbtJIEditor
Editor Ed itor The Washington WasldnitoqlleraJd WasldnitoqlleraJdIt Herald HwtWIt
It I Iica t Is a surprising fact that the Amer American AmerIcan ¬
ican ica icatio n press generally regards the rovolu rovolutlon rovalutlon
tlon tio n against lawful authority in For Fortugal portugal
tugal tu gal as a great real step toward enlight enlightenment enlightenment ¬
e enment en ment and the use of the word wordprogress
progress p pne oppears over and over in the thenews thenews
n news ne ws and editorial columns of the past pn t
t few few w days da I A certain New York paper paperedited pavoredltqd
edited ed edco ited by b a wealthy wealth Individual who pro prola
Claims edl la l aIms mshlmselt himself an apostle of social dls dlscontent dlscantent
content co ntent vies Ies the revolution as a transi transition transition ¬
tion tio r from darkness Ignorance deprav depravIty
Ity it y and superstition Into the light of ofcivilization ofclvl1lzatlan
civilization civilizationAlongside clvl1lzatlanAlongsldo ci
Alongside of this general tide of o senti sentiment senttmont ¬
mont m ont the calm unbiased and convlnc convlncIn
Ing In g statement of the London Chronicles Chroniclescorrespondent Chroniclescorrespon
correspondent correspon co ent stands in a white light lightHe UghtHe
He H e has proven clearly that the uprising uprisingis
is not a movement monment of popular sentiment sentimentI sentimentand I
and an d that it does not voice the wishes of ofthe attho
the th e people but that rather it is the thetreacherous
treacherous tr work of a mere handful of ofmen otmen
men m en who under shrewd leadership and andby andby
by unscrupulous uncruPulaus means took advantage advantageof
of an opportune moment to strike terror terrorinto I IInto
into in to the people and thus carry the day dayWhat I IVhat
What has been the first action of the therevolutionists therevolutionists
revolutionists re toward putting Into oper operation operation operlon ¬
ation at lon their flowery plans of liberty for forall foraU
all al l the people The first move of these thesepraters thesepraters
praters pr aters of humanity and brotherhood brotherhoodIs
Is a terrible blow at the most sacred of ofall ofaU
all al l rights rlshtstha the freedom of worship An Anofficial Anomclal
official of ticial edict has been issued ordering orderingthat orderingthat
that th at all members of religious orders shall shallleave shallleave
leave le ave Portugal within twentyfour hours IhoursWl1at hoursWhat
What W hat a travesty on liberty is exhibited exhibitedhere exhibitedhere L
here h ere The Godgiven rights of con conscience conscience ¬
science Sc ience wiped out by b an official edict and andthat andthat I
that th at edict to extend liberty and freedom freedomto
to all the people Well might all falr falrminded falrminded fairinded
minded m inded persons repeat 0 liberty libertyWhat UbertyWhat
What W hat crimes are committed in your yourname OU1 OU1n
name n ame mer merIf j jIf
If the new government had started the theadministration theadministration I
administration a with the honest purpose purposeof purposeot I
of o f carrying out tho proclaimed intention intentionof I
of o f the revolutionists they would have haveplaced ha6placed
placed p laced religious freedom tre dom on tho same samebaste samebasts S
baste b asis as it stands here in America Americawhere Amerleawhere
where w here generally general speaking all creeds arc arcpermitted aropermitted S
permitted p to carry out their respective respectivemethods respoct1Yemethods S
methods m ethods of religious work undisturbed undisturbedThe undisturbedThe
The T he fact that the government of Por Portugal Perugal
tugal t has made mad its first official action actionone actionone
one o ne of moet outrageous tyranny is an anIndtcatlon at I
indication in dication of o what may be expected along alongthe alongtbe
the t he lines of humanity humanlt and liberty libertyns Ubertyn5
ns n5 n s things move on onThe
The sympathy of the whole world worldshoUld worbhopld 1
should s go out to the people of Portugal Portugalt 1
in i n this hour They Th y are in the hands of ofunscrupulous ofuftsernpulous o onserupulcats f
unscrupulous u men whjo favor liberty Ubertywithout Ilbort I
without w ithout bounds for dangerous secret so Heletles
cietles c and oppression and tyranny for forthose torthose to r
those th ose consecrated to Christ in the re religious
Hgious ll gious orders The objeot of course is isthe I S
the t he same as the object of the atheists atheistsf S
in i n France Franc namely the doing away awa with withCMd witiOd C
God G Od and religion And this Is a time timewhen timewhen tim 0 0hen
when w hen with materialism socialism and andIndifferontlsm andIndifferentism ani 1 1ndifferentism
Indifferontlsm I playing havoc right here hereIn heren her hern
In i n America and the name of God being beingforbidden beingforbidden bein beinorbidden
forbidden f in the public schools we should houldunite
unite u nite our voices volc S with the th people of Por Portugal Portugal Forugal
tugal t ugal In praying IIraIn5GrNt
Great God MIas4s be with na retl retlLett yd1Lett etl etlLest
Lett we forct f t Let Lce we forget lorrllPRCI5 I
78 N street ieet aertkwtat JIOftWtItOALLS
Mnlllmp Writer Cites Lecture ot otProf o f
Prof AVlllInm A White WhiteEditor hlte hlteBditor
Editor R dttor The Washington aeIiiagtn Herald HereJdIn
In an address s at the opening of How Howard Boward Hocrd
ard a rd University Medical r dlcal College last Mon Monda I
day da d ay night Dr William A White pro profester protenor
fester f oseor of the medical college arranged arrangedthe arrang81the arrange d
the t he antivaccination movement which he hedenolninated Ii I
denominated d a fad He said among amongother amongother nines g
other o ther things thingsThe thlng thlngThe
The immunity of the race from this tbl tblepldemlo th Is
epidemic e disease smallpox that has fol followed followed to I ¬
lowed l Jenners great grootdlscovery discovery has been beendue beendue bee 4i 4iue
due d ue almost entirely to vacclnatjon V8CcinatJonAnd vaccination
And again againWe againWe
We have but to read the pages p gOS of ofhl Sf
history hl histo to to appreclatf the tremendous tromendoosdanger is isanger
danger d anger that may threaten thr aten from such a aproPdgnnda
propaganda as that of the antlvae antlvaeclnlsL antiweo1nlt antIva 5
clnlsL e litist
We would like to know where the thelearned thelearned tk te
learned l professor gets his authority for torsuch fi r
such statements History if It teachee teacheeanything teach os osanything 5
anything a teaches teach i that vaccination has hasbeen hasbeen hi hibeen Is
been powerless to prevent smallpox epl epldemtcs op i
demies We Ye have but to refer to the theserious thecrlous tl e
serious smallpox epidemics that ravaged ravagedso ravagc td
so thoroughly vaccinated Europe about about1S7 about1S7t aboi Lit LitTake
1S7 1S7t < L Take the threo most completely completelyvaccinated oomplet1yvacclnatod compiete ly lyvaccinated
vaccinated European countries at that thattime thattimeSwaden th at
time timeSwaden Sweden England and Prussia PrussiaHistor a
History Histor teaches that they suffered as asseverely sasoveroh
severely from smallpox If not moro moroso ma no
so than did their less thoroughly vac vacciliated vaccinated va C
ciliated neighbors neighborsSweden neighborsSweden
Sweden had compulsory vaccination vaccinationfrom vaccinationfrom n nfrom
from 1SS7 1S That however did not pre prevent prevent pr e event
vent such country after decades of en Qnforced o a afoed
forced vaccination from suffering from tromone fro m mof
one of the severest erMt smallpox mall > pox epidemics epidemicsIX 5 5all
In all hor history In 1S74TI Stockholm Stockholmthe a athe
the capital returned a mortality from fromthe fro m mthe
the disease ii H 4 of 7518 per 1000000 1000000roochtn 1OOOl L Lreaching
reaching roochtn M2M 10 IO > for the two years ears of the theepidemic theODldemlc ti te teepidemic
epidemic Compare such figures with withthat wi Ui Uitht
that for unvaccinated n < lnated London 100 years yearsbefore yea oors oorsbefore is isbefore
before the highest recorded mortality mortalityfor mortalitytor mortali ty tyfor
for smallpox before voeeination in 1772 1mdid 1 T2 T2did
did not quite reach r SG50 OO per 1000COO 1000GOORagland 1000tOOEegla
England Eegla had compulsory vaclnatlon vaclnatlonfrom vac1naUonrOft vaclnath n nfrom
from 13 yet in the t great smallpox epl epidemic ei l ldemic
demic if 127172 the official records give givetW gi ye yetwentytour
twentyiour tW fttYlour towns as having a mortality mortalityin mortali ty tyin
in excess of that for unvaccinated and andi a rid ridthoroughly
i thoroughly insanitary London for any an anrear a fly flyyear
year previous prevl US to Jonners discovery discoveryPnM8Ia discoveryPrussia
Prussia had compulsory vaccination vac vaccinati lnaUon lnaUonlaws on onlaws
laws from IS 1 i Such laws were werethoroughly PO flOthorouShly
thoroughly enforced that no man or wo woman w wman
man could marry mnrr until they were able ableto al alto
to produce a certificate < of successful successfulvaccination succesat succesatvaccination
vaccination Though thoroughly pro protected protoctoo pi pitoctod ¬
tected from the viewpoint of provaccln provacclnIsts provacciists
Ists Prussia experienced In 1S7172 1S71 1SThoutbreak 2 an nnoutbreak
outbreak of epidemic smallpox that taxed taxtdnll tax taxnil
all the resources of the kingdom Tho Thoofficial T ho hoomcial
official figures record a mortality mortaIlt from fromthe framtho ftc ftcthe
the disease dlsO se throughout the kingdom dur during durIng th thlag ¬
ing these the e years aars of 124943 In Berlin Berlinduring Berlinduring Ben Benduring
during such period official figures record reco recocason
20101 cnsog cas of smallpox 1793 among the theVftcclnated t tvaccinated
vaccinated of these 2SS4 died diedWe diedWe diedWe
We of the antlvacclnists invite n ncareful ncarotul L Lcareful
careful reading roo Hng of the pages of history historyWe hlsto hlstoWe bistoiWe
We are confident that an Impartial impartialvectigation In Investigation Inv
vestigation v tlgatlon of the facts there presented presentedwill presentedwill present ed edwili
will make an antlvacclnlst of any anyone anyonecapable one onecapable o ne necapable
capable of Independent thought We re refer refor i ifor ¬
for to the case of Charles CreIghton Creightoni M MD t tin
D i who wrote the article on vaccination vaccInationIn vacelnati
in the ninth edition of the Encyclo Encyclopedla Encyclopedta Encyc Encycpedia
pedla Britannica As a result of the In Investigation I
vestigation into the subject he became becamea becas becasa
a most pronounced antlvacclnlst and has hasrepeatedly It as asrepeateiiy
repeatedly characterized charn terlzed Jennera nos nostrum c s strum ¬
trum as a grotesque rot rot sque delusion delusionFEANCI8 delusionFIUCIS delusionb
2C North Capitol ttrttt atreetI
s Should Sh ould Men TiiUc Tgil Off Their huts in inElevator InElcutorll
Elevator it Problem ProblemEditor PrablemEditor
Editor Edi tor The Washington Herald HeraldSince HeraldSince
Since S ince The Washington Herald has a agood agood
good go od homo circulation circulaU n it can do some of ofUs otIts
Its young Oung gentlemen readers a good turn turnby turnh
by h pointing out to them that they are not notrequlrtd notrequired
T required req uired by the canons of good ood breed breedIng breedIng
Ing to take off their hats In tho presence presenceof
c of ladles ladies In a public elevator elevatorsuch such as tho thoelevator thoelovator
elevator ele vator of a skyscraping office building buildingor
c or one onewhich which lifts people o tho th platform platformof
of an overhead railroad or which lowers lowersthem lowersthem
them th orn from the street to the platform platfo m of ofan o oan
E an underground railroad railroadA rallro f1 f1A
A hotel elevator Is not a public but a aprivate aprivate a
private pri vate one Hence one riding In the thelatter thelatter
latter lat ter always alwa s takes off his hat In the thopresence theprsQnce
presence pr oaQnoe of ladles Now this uncover uncovering uncoverIngas ¬
ing Ingas in gas as a homage homa = e to ladles ladlesIn in the hall hallways hallWftys ¬
ways wa ys c 0 of an Inn and centuries later laterextended lateroxtended
extended ex tended to the elevator car of the mod modern madorn modn ¬
ern ill n hotel had its beginning like many manyof manyour
j of ot our pleasing customs In the days of oftrue ottrue ol olue
true tr ue chivalry when the patrons of an Inn Innladles InnIndies
j ladles la dies and gentlemen alike were era all cour courteous co cotrous < r rtoous ¬
teous te ous guests of the same amiable host hostThough hostThough hostough
Though Th ough today the same relation be between between beeen ¬
tween tw een an hotel keeper k per and his patrons patronsdoes patronsdots patronses
does do es not hold good nevertheless the old oldcustom oldustom okstom
custom cu stom still survives and may It endure endurefor enduretor endurr
for fo r all time timeAside tlmoAside
Aside from the practice of an uncon unconventional unconventional unconntional ¬
ventional ve ntional habit by many young aung gentle gentlemen gentlemen gentleen ¬
men m en of Washington VashI9gtonwhlch which by the way wayIf wayIt i
If followed up by them in any of the theother theother tht thther
other ot her great centers of civilization would wouldexpose wouldox
expose ox pose them to the unjust charge of be beIng beInS beg
InS lu g either witless w1U 8 cads ads or obsequious pro provincials provIncials ¬
vincials vi ncials on a social level ievcl with the Teu Teutonic Teutonio ¬
tonic to nic boor who takes off his hat in a abutcher nbutcher z L 1
butcher bu tcher shop or a slaughter house housethere housethereare there thereare a
are ar e sanitary S8nltar reasons why wh men should no nouncover nouncovor c j
uncover un cover In a drafty public elevator elotorthey elotortheyare they theyare r
are ar e liable to catch cold coldAs coldAs coldAs
As a it class the young mon of Washing Washington Washington ¬
ton to n are both selfrespecting and cour courteous caurtaous ¬
teous te ous they have evidently eldentl fallen intQ intQthe Intljthe mU
the th e unconventional habit mentioned by byfollowing brfollowing b 1 f
following fo llowing the bad example of others othersHowever othersHowever I
However H owever now and then one sees soo an Ill Illbred 111bred
bred br ed society imitator who ostentatiously ostentatiouslysnatches ostentatiouslysnatches I Iatches r
snatches sn atches off his hat the Instknt Insmt he enters entersan entersan
an a n elevator In which he seas s a lad lady and andshould andshould an
should sh ould he chance to see a gentleman with withhis withhis wIti C 1
his hi s hat on he proceeds to t admonish the theIllbred theutbrod Ui a
I Illbred fallow with a selfsatlsflod selfsatlsflodcrushing seltIIQUsnodcrushing
crushing cr ushing stare stareA stareA
A leading article In your yout oof esteemed pa paper paper par ¬
per pe r on the subject will I predict pr cllct make It Itclear Itclear i t
clear cl ear at least to such ends that tho gen gentleman gentleman ¬
tleman tl tlIn eman who does not take oft his hat hatin hatIn ha t
in the presence of ladiap Jadl in public ele elevators eleVltors C ¬
vators v tora in no sense sen violates the laws of ofgood otpod o t
good g ooclgbreedtng breeding breedingFinally breedingFtnally
Finally no lady brought UP In a a refined refinedatmosphere rctlnedatmophore re ne netmophore d
atmosphere a expects such homage from frommen trommen fret fretwhom
men whom she does not know In fact facttn tactIn ftc ftcsome
In some countries where public elevators elevatorsare eloatorsare
are a re run automatically without a lift liftman 11ftman III
man m an were a lady to find find herself alone aloneIn al9ne al9neIn al9n al9nsuch 0
In such an elevator with a man spas who whosought whoIOUMht wh 0 0ought
sought s to pay her the th homage wf f taking takingoff takingot takin g
off o ff his hi hat hat she would regard the act as asan asan a LS
an insult as an n attempt to flirt with her herJOHN herJOII he heTOUN r
IVeed Xe N eed d of Incnlcnilnj Incnlcntlng Obedience Ob lIence at atMilitary nt3UUtnry r it t
Military Academy AcademyBStter AcndcmyBdIer
BStter 11 111W The VsiBgtwl H Herald lltnlJdTM raU raUThe
The silence obe o obwved ned ed in the mem me hall hallat baUI ha 11 j
I at a t West Test Point P lnt lately as a a means mi ans of ofexpressing ofexpreulng f
expressing e the judgment of the corps eo of ofcadets ofcadets Sf
cadets c ec eti regarding the instructor of tae tactics taeUcann tai 5 ¬
tics Ucann ti csan an army officer having more per personal persoftal pa r ¬
sonal s relations with them th them ll than any other otherat otherat othi
at a t the Point Pointhas has called forth some ob observations ohservaUons ol ¬
servations s as to the importance of in inculeating Inculeatlng it ituleating
culeating c obedience obedl nce at t the Military MilitaryAcademy Mftita nUtar nUtarAcadam S
Academy AcademyIt Acadam AcadamIt A
It goes without saying that among the theconditions tbecon ti to toonditions 3
conditions con c ltlona precedent p edont in our present form formof rmot ton t
of o f civilization in this country tho char character charactor che chector ¬
actor a ctor of these future oflfeers of our ourarmy ourarmy ci Sr r
army a rmy is a matter of prime importance importanceThey ImportAnceThey
They T hey will have in charge both lives and andproperty andptperty sr srroperty i
property p and < will often of n be called upon uponto uponto upc upco
to t o act in cases which involve principles principlesot pnincipi pnincipif
of o f grave importance importanceIn
In the observance of orders orders the offi officers officors ot II IIors ¬
cers c ors of our army have ftaV never failed and andit andIt as id idt
it i t may ma be observed rved that this characteris characteristic S Sic ¬
tic t ic of a soldier in this country Is not notof notot a ot
of difficult attainment as was shown In Inthe Intbe
the t he excellent nilitary conduct of the sol soldiers soldlers ac actera ¬
diers d tera 6f the South during the civil war waralthough waralthoush we welthough
although a they bad no training in that thatregard thatregard th at ategard t
regard r prior to their entry into service serviceCertainly senleCertain aervic e eertainly j
Certainly Certain C ertainly the UnltedxStates United States cadets un under under u n i ¬
der d er the supervision of Instructors of tac tactfs tactlf ta tawho nC C
tfs tlf who have had charge of the West WestPoint We Westoint at atoint lt
Point P oint corps in the past have not failed failedto fanedto fail d do
to t o graduate as officers of fine character characternot charectornot ir irot r
not n ot lacking in this quality qualityAt quamAt
At West est Point tho cadets cad ts are young youngmen youn younmen rig rigmen a
men of various dispositions brought to together togethet 0 0ethee ¬
gether g ethee < from all parts of the country countr and andthey andthey a nd ndhey rt a
they t are ra proud of their position Among Amongthem Amongthem me rig righem
them t the principles of proper prop or and honor honorable honorablo honc er erble ¬
able a ble conduct are ar observed as of the first firstImportance firstImportance lix st stmportance it
Importance i and nd one who is so lacking as asto asto aso s
to t o do a dishonorable act is sent to co coventry caventry c cventry
ventry and generally leaves the corps corpsA corpsA corpsA
A harsh and arrogant arro nt manner toward towarda town rd rdsubordinate a
a subordinate always alwa 8 tends tend to break breakdown brookdown bra al ic K
down his selfrespect and it should not notbe notbe ii Lot Lotbe > t
be encouraged in this army school If Ifofficers Itonlcers Ifoflicers f
officers are formed under examples of ofsuch ofsuch ofsuch
such manners their tendency tend8nc will be belike to touse toUN
use like ways toward their enlisted men mena mona 1 1a
a fault which has been observed in a afew afew I Ifew
few officers in our a anny ny y and which leads leadsto leadsto lea ds dsh
to discontent and desertion d from the theranks tberankil t tranks h
ranks A drill officer with such man manners manners ma n nners ¬
ners may easily be misplaced In an un unaccustomed unaccustomed u n naccustomed ¬
accustomed field of work workThe workThe workThe
The pressing question Is whether to topunish topunish topunish
punish the corps arps of cadets for the si silence 51lene silence ¬
lence or to relieve the officer of an anunsuitable anunsuitable m munsuitable
unsuitable and evidently distasteful duty dutyIn du ty tyIn
In this connection It is Important to tobear tobear Lo Lobear
bear in mind that the silenco Is a ajo nr nMarlboro aI aMarlboro
r I
Marlboro jo Races RacesEXPRESS RacesEXPRESS RacesEXPRESS
VIA VIAChesapeake VIAChesapeake VIAChesapeake
Chesapeake Beach Ry RyDaily RyDan ByDaily
Daily Dan except ex elt Sunday Sumlu until untilOctober uutuOctober untilOctober
October 14 Inclusive InclusiveLeave InclusheLeave inciusiyLeave
Leave District Line 1100 a m
100 and 200 p m arrive Marl Marlboro Marlbaro Marlboro ¬
boro In 15 15 minutes Leave Marl Marlboro Marlboro Marlbore ¬
boro 530 and 615 p m mTICKETS mTIGKETSJ inTIcKETS5
Special through street cars carsfrom carsfrom carsfrom
from Treasury New York Ave AveLino AeLlno AveLine
1 1
new proceeding pro eedlng at the Academy Ac demy that It Itwas Itwas itwas
was the action of the 01 entire body of ofcadets ofandetsan
cadets andetsan and that It does not Involve dis disobedience dlsobedlenco disobedience ¬
obedience obedienceThe obedlencoThe obedienceThe
The question assumes 88S urn es horofore more morothan morethan morethan
than ordinary Importance and should not rotfraction notbe
be treated as involving disorder Or In Infraction inaction
fraction fr frde action of o rules by one or more stu students students stunts ¬
dents de nts requiring the application of dis disciplinary llsclpllnary ls lsitnary ¬
ciplinary cip itnary measures In tho present pr fjent eut caw cawthere Cl1IOthere casoere
there th ere was no disorder no disturbance disturbanceno
no rulo rub Infringed InfringedIf
If I f this corps of young OUI1b men cannot cannotmanifest cannotmariUcst cannotanifest
manifest mariUcst m anifest disapproval of treatment which whichIt whichIt ah1ehis
It Is united In considering lowering to tothe tothe
the th e aelfrespect of its members and there thereby
by not conducive to proper education educationdeslgied eduoatlonde educationalgned
deslgied de de algned l ad to result in efficient and honor honorable honorable ¬
able ab le officers of the army It Is unique uniqueIn
In that regard And som some consideration considerationoi
oi o Its expression in this sllonce at atleast atleast atast
least le ast by the officer Involvod as the only onlyhint onlyhint onlynt
hint hi nt the corps should give would ap appear appoar apar ¬
pear pe ar neither Inadvisable Inadvlsl1e nor noropposed opposed to tothe tothe toe
the th e dignity of that officer o ffi cor It may well wellbe
be that a change In his manner will wIHoodly
easily ea sily remove the feeling among the thscadet thocad
cadet cad ca dta ta as It will undoubtedly benefit both bothhimself
himself hi mself and the service serviceEDWAUD senlcoEDWlm
Sept 5 et 30 1910TROOPERS WlOTROOPERS 1910
Succeed S in Roosevelt Idea of ofPh
Physical Ph ysical Fitness Fitness77Thtrt
Thirtyfive Thtrt t1ve weary army officers trooped troopedtheir I
their th eir way wa into Fort Myar yesterday yesterdaymorning yooterdaymorning
morning m orning They had met completed a a aforced a arced L
forced fo rced ride lde of ninety nlnet miles to demonstrate demonstratthe r
the th e Roosevelt lde Id Ides a of physical fltnass Atneeshey H HTbey
They T hey succeeded uce dOl in the test riding against againstdriving agaInstdriving t
driving d rain and muddy roads roadsAt
At their head rode Gen Leonard Wood WoodChief
Chief C hief of Staff who trotted over the theAqueduct I
Aqueduct A Bridge r1dge to Roeslyn shortly be hefore bere
fore fo re noon tie Ie said that the ride had hallproved hai I
proved p roved that even desk man are nt fitfor ft I
for fo r field service at t any u time tim as the ride ridewas I
was v as a grueling gruetn test ttAnotner
Another ride will be undertaker Thurs ThursdA
day dA d ay Officers fteen of o the War College CoU e will go gooer ge a
over o ver the same route under th U the leader lee leaderhip er ership
ship s hip of Oen Wotberspoon It will be a athreeday z I Ihreeday
threeday t affair of tMrtf milts mU on each eachlap etlcblAp I
lap la p ylth itb a camp at the Rockrille fair fairIrounds fat r rrounds
grounds IroundsI g rounds
It I t is not expected ex led that tbe tb second con conUnleDt
Unseat ti ngent of riders trill wt experience the theame th a
same s ame difficulties dlltkultl as the first so far farthe as a 5
the t he weather Is concerned It is I also alsocomIJOMd alse a
composed c of somewhat younger er officers oiliest leensna a aho
who w na are naturally in better shape asa for fore to r
the t he e test t tFAST
Finishes F ICxpected Rxpect < 1 to Be Close anil uu1IbcltlnEDIH an ii
IbcltlnEDIH I5xcltlnK Dnvlw Well WellSfdal cll cllSr
Sfdal u to > th tM Wwhtetfwi w IfmU II IIUppor
Upper Marlboro Oct A bright sun sunand aunand so xi
and a nd stiff Utt wind
are factors acton which hlch are u rap rapIdly TaVIdly
Idly i restoring the t race r track tk here to t Its Itsnormal Is Isnorl it 8
normal norl fine fne condition cItn and aa by b the te time timethe tim 1
the t he first race of the sixth th day of the
tm ne a te I dy race racemeeting re remoetag raceeeting
meeting moetag m eeting of the th Southern SuUn Maryland lryk Fair FairAssociation Far FarAsB aIr aIrsseciotion
Association AsB A n is called el tomorrow toIOW a aer aernoon aCtor aCtoroon ter
noon n oon at 2M S the track IB
M te Uk expected P to be beas bens bes
as a s fast as 4t aver oe was ws All AUte the races tC are arewell arewol areell
well wol w ell titled fll and an there the will W be 1 but few fowlatbe fewCtathhra
scratches latbe J Some of the best bt sprinters sprintersat prnters prntersat
at a t tho track start
tk tomorrow tomf and judg judgIng ju judgag
Ing la l ag from tro the th usual uul dope d soiue 1 of o the thefinishes thetn thenishee
finishes tn ft should be exciting eeilg Most Ot of oftho otto ofthe
the to horses hor at this 0 moating mda will 11 be beshipped behipped
shipped s hipp direct de to Norfolk Notok Va a where the tbeJamestown t tJato thenesto
Jamestown Jato J nesto Jockey Joy Club Cub opens o o Nonn Novstner Novera Noveraber
ber brL brLIt h er L LIt I IIt
It Is I expected epe that tt Jockey Jok Stanley Sy Da Davis D Daia
vis v ia will wi have hve recovered ree sufficiently Wnty from fromhis tJ frostis
his hl h is recent r8et fall tal from tm the t horse H Forester Foresterallow
to allow all him to ride re again q tomorrow tomorrowIf tmorw tmorwI
If I I f so 1 persons pnn who are a judges Ju say that thatFain tbt tbtFin thatFain
Fain Fin who wb has bn Jbeen 1een riding rJt a majority majt znajedtyf
of o f the te winners Ane tis t far t will v1U have hve to look lookto l looko
to t o his hi laurels laurelsKACING l laurelsRAOING ures uresAOIG
Fort Eric EricFIRST EricFn EricIIB5T
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SIXTH SlXTJ RACKOn ICO and aD ooe 01 seeetiMth fadtth Mttes J IIea IIeaDee
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Louisville IouIHlle IouIHlleFIST LouisvilleFIRST
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EieiB tc 1xemar lar 112 ZeUuood
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Traaaaa TDD 100 10 tO I T TI M Ort OrtJa Gr trees treesJack 1M 16 I
Ja Jac Jack < rk Parker PA 118 16 Jtorio Ulo JtorioFIFTH 1 I I1IACliSix
FIFTH FIFH RACBSix ItCBSi lartcnea lartcneaAgility farg furIoa furIoaAgihtr
Agility Iiib ie 101 1 I Ho < JoM OU IIek IIekIrtnces < > k krrinccw
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Fairy Fai Ston t MO 1 CooBtir eo oonty Tax TarJnro TaxJII 13 41 I
Jnro JII ° t Me I m 1 I I IA L U Mexican MexicanExplicit 13 13txplcIt fl flExplicit 41I I
Explicit txplcIt txplcItSIXTH Ml MlSIXTH IISIXTH c
SIXTH RACBOse RACEOM and u AM osenrter oarter t8 miles mUesMinue m milesMuies
Minue i OBrien ODr Ml I Royal Hoal Report ReportOrnaranea Rep flepoitMoieelei 1
Moieelei IIIN r le 144 I A8 Aao 41 41I
Orlm Ornaranea W 5U Mate lal te Algol 1 I
Peter lewr IMder Pe r MB 10 ia Console C Alg 1 1Upper 1 1Upper is isUpper
Upper Marlboro MarlboroFIRST llnrlhoro llnrlhoroFIS MarlboroFIRST
longs longsJ long longst1Tho FIRST FIS RACEAM RACEAl sfts a ag fre Ste n awl sa lsehl oaeBalf far farlongs furlong forlongs
J JAne n Thorpe WIRwtlLodse WIRwtlLodseHate I n1
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t1Tho l i iMarlast I
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Mari Marlast larB r MS H 1 J JH JsIk c Bowdetto reUo 105 105Draoodc 10 10 10Dracoolc
Draoodc Drcc 115 11 I Tom TO TomCat Cat Cat 1W 1WSECOND 10 10SEUXD 11 11SECOND
SECOND SEUXD RACEFouryear nACF JSACEFeurtearIde a ldi d and ad upward uwa cue cueand tl tland
and an onehalf o hal fnrtoagt fnrtoagtMwinir farlul fiuloageF4wln
Mwinir F4wln tin I H M3 1 SUur 8tn StM5Ocen vn 110 11
Henry Hen CrpssonWin CI MUD 1M j Dan Dal d Os < k XojUs OJ osIes 110 110Tubal 10 10I II IITubal 11 I
Tubal 110 Horace I B 110 110Beth 10 10Be IF IFBeth
Beth Be Glwin Goodwin JW J Uebolt Ltt 110 110THIRD UOTUUm ill illTIIIIID
THIRD RACBTworetrokta ItACETwork tire fudoegs fudoegsAunt turl fudoegsAunt
Aunt Lena Icna 03 0 Hawklike Hawklke 101 101Nora 1 10 10Nova 1 1oa
Nora oa Emma Wl Ladede Iee Lae2edoPair Iftt IfttFairMtM
FairMtM Pai Pair Mls Uu Mt It InSets In 1M 1MMy 1 10 10My
My 1 Kitty Kitt 1 101 Firewood Fi 107 107Heuchi lO 10 10Stencils
Stencils Ml Kwwiter M3 M3ItiTer 10 10Itiver
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FOURTH FOCITH RACBAH ages al ag fli Are and a onehalf onebaf fur furlonjs furlongs
longs lonjsErcellence lonz longsEzeelienee I
Ercellence ErcIene VS 1 I VaMI VaatIog ulg s MooienU oent IK IKForester 10 10 10loeatex
Forester ote let HawJrnnniDC IlarDRO 105 105Killtrney l 10 10Killarney
Killtrney Kiare Row nO 182 11 Moltke 1Iotk 115 115Never 11 11
Never Again in 12 1 1 IttaeTie Uue iltue Tie 115 115FIFTH 11 ii iie
rail railGrecian mll tellGrecian FIFTH FIFH KACB RCTr J1ACEThreeesrolM Threj J H olds d and ald uprard UPfr Me Merail Oe Oemll ca catell e
Grecian Grcia Bend 91 Royal RorA Onyx On 103 103Tha 10 10 10The
The he Monk Ionk 91 CharJTarf k4rra har1ran1 186 186Silierine 1 1llhcrne 10
Silierine llhcrne M Fort ov v H HVonna 1 It C
Vonna ODn onn3 W ifecfcm u 1C6 10 6
Footpad l Ill IllFire 105Fise
Fire djOO pounds d8 apprentice p fte allowance clabxd clabxdFred cJab1edFred
Fred Morko worked the hiddenball hiddenballtrick hiddenbantrick hlddenbaltrIck I
trick on Johnny Evers in a game recent recently recentb recently ¬
ly b There Is still a chance fop Napoleon Napoleonto Napoleotto
to avenge Waterloo WaterlooI
1 I
Scores Sc oies of Runners at the Old OldPimlico Oldl OldPimlico
Pimlico l lnlico Course CourseFAIL CourseFALL CourseLL
J Severn Se veral Strings Including InClu < Ung CarmnnS CarmnnSStable CarmnnsSinlle Carmanstable
Stable S table Arrive Arrh and un < 1 Are Given GivenQuarters GivenQunrtcr GivenuxtrtcraHIIdrelh
Quarters Q uxtrtcraHIIdrelh Illlilreth Xn XnfC Nags n Arc re Ex Expected Ex1ectetlJodnFHz Execteil ¬
pected 1ectetlJodnFHz n ecteil Today iotluyPitz Fitz Herbert Not JfotLikely NotLikeiy Not11ely
Likely Likeiy L 11ely to Shovr Sh ShowOther wotber Other Gossip GossipBaltimore GaulpBaltimore GossipBaltimore
Baltimore Oct 9 9Trainers Trainers at Pimlico Pimlicostarted PlmUcostarted Pimlicorted
8t started sta rted today to put the finishing touchy touchyon toucht touchton touchesthe
0 on the thoroughbreds that are to take takepart takepart takert
part pa rt in the comln eonsinrneotIng meetlng meetlngof of the Mary Maryland M8rland Marynd ¬
j land la nd Jockey Jocke Club which begins next nextSaturday nextSaturday nextturday
Saturday Sa turday From early morning until untilnoon untilnoon untilon
noon no noth on score of runners could be seen on onthe onthe one
the th thby e track and their trials were viewed viewedby vieweda
by bylo a a big gallery of Baltimore horse horselovers horselovers horsevers
lovers loversBecause loversBecause lo vers versBecause
Because Because of the heavy bea condition of the thetrack thetrack theack
trni track tr ack due to the rain of Friday and last lastnight lutnhht lastght
night ni ght Supt Brennnn had placed bars on onthe ont1te one
the th thto e inside and the horses were compelled compelledto compelledtko
ti to take the outside of the course For Forthis Fortt11 Foris
titi toth
ti this th than is reason no fast work was vs attempted attemptedand attemptedand attemptedd
a ac and an d trainers were content to give their theircharges theIrchargea theirharges
c charges miles in two minutes and like likework lIk6work likeork
v work workNearly workNoarl w ork orkNearly
Nearly all of the cracks were out and andwhile andwhile andhile
while w hile they wore busy T J Healey Healeytrainer Heal Heeyrainer y ytraJnr
trainer t for R T Wilson president of ofthe otthe ofe
thw t3 the th e Saratoga Association and F Ernest Ernestwho Ern Erntho tilt tiltwho
who w ho has In charge the horses of R F FCarman FCarman Fgman
c Carman gman arrived at the course In the theformer thetormor thermer
f former fo foS < rmer lot was Olambnla winner wlnnero of the theSuburban theSuburban theuburban
s Suburban and nd Brighton Brl btDn handicap Nau Nauhon Naushon Nanen
shon sh hon en Onager Beaucoup Amain and andseveral andient1 andveral
g several se veral others while In the Caman Camanstring e Jmanstring Camanxlng
s string string st xlng were many useful performers In Including tncludlng inuding ¬
c cluding el uding Semprolus Bonnie Kelso Cam Campeon Campeon Cameon
p peon elp eon Magazine Sttbottle St St4bottle bott1e and The TheTurk TheTurk Theurk
i Turk T urk The Th boras wore shipped ahlpp d from fromCanada tromCaMda fromaliadL
c Canada C aliadL The Wilson horse bor homes 8fl were given givenquarters givenqcarters lven lvenuarters
q quarters in one of the fine now barns barnsback barnsb barnsaek
b back b aek k of the grand stand and the Carman Carmanairing CarmanIlrIn Carmenring
s airing IlrIn st ring was wa taken care of In the saw same lo locality 10ca1fty lolity ¬
e cality ca lity
Hllclretli lion Un ll s Chinny Cln Clnis String StringS StringHhLdreth
S C Hlldreth ha baa notified Supt Brett Bretinca Brennan Brettan
nan n an that he h will ship his entire stable stablefrom tabl tablfrom tableroes
f from roes Jfew ew York tomorrow morning morning morntn and andthey andey M Mthe
t they th ey should ukl arrive at the coarse some sometime omoUme someme
t time ti me tomorrow evening There will be beeighteen beolbteen beghteen
0 eighteen ei ghteen horses in the shipment Includ Including Includ10J inciudg ¬
j ing le g FItz Herbert Novelty Noyelt Kormak Zeu ZeuHampton Zeus ZeuM1Impton Zeusampton
i Hampton 1J ampton Court Montgomery and Wood Woodcraft Vood Voodcraft SoodA ¬
c craft A new stablft atabI tbi on the far aide sJd of oftbe ottbe ofhe
t tbe he track has h been assigned aat ned to the Hil Hlldreth Hildreth Hilreth
4 dreth d da reth thoroughbred It 1 fa hardly prob probable probable probble ¬
able a ble that FItz Herbert will be seen in a arace arue a aace
race r rg ace at Pimlico although aJthou he may be begiven besien beiveis
given g iveis a a trial in public before being > sent sentinto enttnto sentto >
j into In to winter quarters Trainers TraJnertlt at t Pim Pimlico Ptmlico Plance ¬
lico li ce understand that Hildreth will ill de depend dend deeed ¬
j pend p eed nd upon Hampton Court in n the Bowie BowieHandicap BowieHandicap Bowleandicap
Handicap H andicap the big twomile race or the themeeting themeettaJ theeeting
meeting m eeting which last year ear was II capturedy captured capturedby
by b y FItz Herbert Novelty will be a sure 8Ulestarter suretarter
s starter In the colt end of o the Matron
CosrrfsM izL Btt 05 by Tb n Wtibteston Wbt Heralii cn1d
WELCH W LCH JAMES JAf S TOtchor Louisville
National lfc JaRRlCK I IWTtRiCK
WKRRICK RRlCK J3horUtop St St Paul PaulNorthwMt Paul
UaIoDa 188t third hue wa St St Paul Paul
NorthwMt Northwestern rn 1 Jat LoutorUlo American
AMociatVm 1758 iW batted m in faWEST U i7 i7WErr 7 7TB8T
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No New York Mutual iifei isio MCOH butt buttman baseman
man Sa Saginaw inmw Ud lSII I for 85 D gamae amea ameaelatnati mM Cin Cincinnati C1nelnnatt ¬
cinnati American AssociatIon 18M
Cleveland Nationals 1999 batted 271 ia IaWEST
WEST H HPitcher Pitcher Cleveland American
Mfl5 pitched five games winntmc two
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