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61 THE WASHINGTON W ASHINGrr0 N HERALD SUNDAY SUDAYTOBER OCTOBER 23 1910 a1o
MGIC rd IGIO AGIC HUBS TRICK TRICKCarefree TRICKCarefree
Carefree Methods iI etIlo1s Doomed at atPolice at atPolice atPolice
Police Headquarters HeadquartersBEST
BEST DIPLOMACY REQUIRED REQUIREDTo
To See Inspector I HJectnr Roliert Iloarilmaii IloarilmaiiPlnln Donrelmn1lPlnln BonrglnutuInLi
Plnln InLi Citizen Mnitt Undergo Un cergo Real RealText Renlrncl UeuIaxerieIatIng
axerieIatIng rncl tI Text and n nel Pushbut Pushbutton PUI4Ib VuMhbutton t ttOil ¬
ton 3Iny Jln Iny Admit hult ltclt bitoi r If li ligixeil Hell HellBllael UcsSi3et1
gixeil Up VJ ilK O K 1 1by lj Watchman WatchmanTime utcIIJ atcIininn atcIininntrn mn mnlime
trn Time was as when most m lt anybody could couldvisit couldIt couldliit
visit liit It police Pellce haadrujarter hmidquarter and nd coot with withJ withJc withtor
Jc J i ntor tor Robert Boardman assistant assistantrii aaslstantJfill assistant4t
Jfill 4t rii t riot inton4put ndent of police and nd better known knownhi kl1oWI1hid kjownhie
< hi hid hie < f of the Central office detectives detectiveswit
wit things are different now no The old ohlitvefrei oldrtrh obit
itvefrei rtrh t t method has Inan transformed transformednuttl tranforrnedid
nuttl id police heaiUtuart rs r is being run un under unti Ufltie ¬
tie ti a modern TiptOdatt ptodat system systemTin > 3starnT st001 st001nIl
Tin T jiiain eitiaen ha has no o more chance clmncotoday clumcetoda chanceto4ty
toda today or tomorrow tom or 0 any time in the theftttore Utefatuct theftuse
ftttore uf i interviewing Int nlewln Inspector Board Boardnmn BoardJKft BoardIRtit
nmn than n Cotmck has of being given glvonan glonaa givena
an a audience oy Ut Ute Czar To s see e the in inspector Inspector inopector ¬
spector requires reuIro diplomacy tact tact and sev sevenu se sel sevoz1
enu l other iiutlltiee wMch the the plain citl citlzon eIUZOI ott ottdo
zon does do not posses possesPlMt JHNISesFlr1t posesPIzt
PlMt PHNKCM Watchman WatchmanThe Watcbznanko ntclunnn ntclunnnTko
The ko visitor who wh wishes to see oe Inspector InspectorBeardmatt InspectorDMrd inspectorDsrdiizt
Beardmatt DMrd Dsrdiizt aan lint passes the th scrutiny of a awatchman nwatchn awatcbmn
watchman stationed sttltlon d d at the entrance to tothe tothe totIN
the basement of the Municipal IunlelP I Building BuildingNa BuildingN BuildingNot
Na N Not t the visitor isttor enters ent r the suite of rooms roomswhore roomsw1oIo
whore headquarters h euarters is located loeateS and is i in interviewed Int1e00 intecvlewod ¬
terviewed by a policeman stationed be behind behtnd behind ¬
hind the doalt where complaints and re reperts reports reprts
ports are mad madIt madeif made madeIf
If he answers answt > u questions satisfactorily satisfactorilyand satJstactorllyand
and does nOl look too suspicious ho h is isallowed Isallow IsaUowei
allowed allow 4l to pass to a securely s euroly locked door doorwhere doorwhtwe doorwhoce
where he must stand while a detail of de detectives det detaetIvs
tectives t tt8S size him up If the detectives detectivesdeckle det detotIvesdeekie tlves tlvesdaekIe
deckle the visitor has h no evil designs and andhits andbai andhs
hits business sufficiently su telonth important to be bedignified bedlfttM1 bedutflod
dignified by the inspectors consideration considerationa
a button is pushed and a door tiles open openas openU5
as U5 3 though thou h my m magic mac admitting the vis visitor visbr 1s 1sHer ¬
Her to an anteroom In this room the thevisitor thevJmtor
visitor undergoes und S his final examination examinationadministered examlmitlonldmlnlstered
administered by b Private Secretary Hart HartAt HartAt
At Lust the tb Inspector InspectorIf
It the visitor is still living and has ear survfved lIurhed
vfved hed the test sufficiently fo talk Intel intelligently InteUleOfttl ¬
gently eOfttl be is ushered in the forbidden forbiddenroom torblddennom
room and find finds the Inspector InspectorThe InspectorThe
The new system was Inaugurated InJiU1A ted yes yesterday 6S 6Stday ¬
terday after a corps of electricians eljctrleians had hadcompleted hndaomplet
aomplet completed d the installation Inetaliatlonof of the mys mysterious 1ft 1fttar1 inysterious ¬
terious tar1 us wiring system syst m which makes the thedoor thedoor thedoor
door to the anteroom fly 11 open at the thetouch thetouch thetouch
touch of a button The nly discourag ¬
ing feature of the new no plan is that Maj Iaj
Sylvester may have to request Congress CongressHo
Ho to appropriate a JMoprtate funds for the salary of a abutton nHUon
button pusher PUS as there is no member memberof
of the th police p llce department at present pre nt who whohas whohas
has the spare time to stand vigil by b the thejtaafic thellqlc theta4Ic
jtaafic llqlc button buttonCONCERT bU bUOONCERT
CONCERT SERIES ARRANGED ARRANGEDnositonln ARRANGEDnQstonln
nositonln Sextet Will Re heard Ilear at atColnmbhi atColnmhlu atColumbia
Columbia Theater ThcntcrThe
The Radcliffe Bureau announces a se se1W
rIM of concerts ncerta to take plate at the Co CoI
IwnMa I Theater fteater Season tickets are to tobe
be b sold for 1 The Boetonia sextet will wtUope
open ope the series rl on November 9 and will wHlht1n
have with them Katherine Melley a so sollfto
llfto prano well known on the concert stage stageTbe
The second concert will take place on
November lov JDber So 3 with Florence Larrabee Larrabeepianist Larrabeeptamt
pianist and Florence Hardman violinist loUnlstfto
The third o qUertq crin or the course January Januar JanuarU
U 11 will be the SpanishEnglish pianist planltDerothI pianistDrothy
Derothy Lethbridge only daughter of ofStar otSIr
Star Worth Letbbridge LetbbridgeTbe LetbbrtdgTbt Lethbrb1gThe
The dosinx cloatnatoncert cIoatn concert of this course will willbe wHlbe
be February IS 11 with the Metropolitan MetropolitanOraad MetropolitanGrand
Grand Concert Company This Thl will be beII
a quartet consisting e nUn of Mme Im Chilson ChilsonObnnan ChilsonObrman
Ohrman soprano Adah Huseey HUH y contral contralto ntrlll ntrlllto ¬
to J Hurobird Dutey tenor and Fred Fredfriek Fredrtek Fredcrick
crick Martin baeso buoSome
Some of these may be new 116 to the pub public
lie here her but certainly everyone knows knowsSCr knowsfr
SCr Duffey who not many years ago agoa
wae a active in local musical circles circleDEMOORATS
DEMOCRATS HOLD RALLY RALLYDuvlcl RALLYDuhl
David J Lewis A tddrenpieM chlreHe < l < lre ne Voters at atGalthcrstliurj atGattl1erIChur
Galthcrstliurj Meeting MeetingA
A large JarK mass meeting in the interest interestof Interestot
of the t candidacy JMl ac of David J Lewis Dem Democratic DemoeraUc ¬
ocratic nominee e for Congress Conbt i was held in inMasonic htasonle l
Masonic asonle Hall Gaithersburg Md Id last lastnight lastAisht
night Mr Lewis and others mrde ad addreseos addrMfOS
dresses dreseosMr drMfOSMr
Mr Lewis confined his remarks to the thetariff thetarl thetaut
tariff tarl and high prices He said the elec election election ¬
tion of a Democratic Congress Con es8 next nextmonth neCtJIKttIth nextmonth
month would not mean the complete completeoverthrow completetnertbrow
J overthrow of the party In power but it itwould itwould
would mean a protest by the people peopleagainst peopleAgainst peopleagaInst
against trust tariff and the consequent consequenthigh consequentbib
high prices pricesYears pri < es esWHY
WHY Y FEAR PAIN PAINDrs
Drs rs Patton and Leonards LeonardsYears
Years of practical experience In InMERM InrliODERN
MERM OERN DENTISTRY BEHTlSTSnEnables
Enables nables them to assure their system of ofPainless otPainless
Painless Dental Treatment TreatmentAnd
And nd the expert expertS delicate touch because becauseof
of the way they the handle every Instru Instrument Instrunaent ¬
mont used in teeth treatment makes makesdentistry mikes mikesden I
dentistry den tis tr aa practiced by them painless painlessTHE palnlei1sHE
THE HE PATTON SUCTION SUCTIONExcels
Excels all others used In the making of ofall ofall
all artificial teeth It Is an absolute fact factTHE factTHE
THE PATTON SUCTION SUCTIONHolds SUCTIONHolda j
Holds the teeth in firmly and without withoutthe withouttbe withoulthe
the t least fear ear of Interruption or em embarnuwment embalTlUlament embarrassment
barnuwment you positively can canLAUGH cRn cRnLAUGH
LAUGH TALK SING SINGOR SINGOR
OR OREAT OREAT
EAT CORN OFF THE THECOB THECOB THECOB
COB COBWe
We w are pleasing plea8ln hundreds of patients patientswho patientsWM
who have hav had illfitting plates If that thatIs thatIs thaiIs
Is your trouble see us at once onceEXARMNATIONS onceEXArv1INATIONS onceC onceEXAMH4ATIONS
C
EXARMNATIONS FREE FREEWe
We e Invariably give our personal at attention attention attentlon ¬
tention to pvory very patient as we do 10 not notemploy notempl8 001 I Iemploy
employ assistants assistantsSPESLSl aaistantsSPECIAL assistantsSPEUL
SPECIAL AU THIS WEEK IEEKThe WEEKThe WEEKThe
The Patton Suction FREE FREESETS FREESETS FIEESETS
SETS OF TEETH S5 5 87 7 AND ND 510 510Gold 10 10Gold 10Gold
Gold Crown 1 1BrIdgeWorlt I IBridge < Ii ntn
Bridge BrIdgeWorlt Work WorkRemember 5 P UJ UJRemember
Remember the Numbr ftJumb r
910 F STREET ft3 W WEstabJlshed WEstnbHshed I IEstabirshed
EstabJlshed Hero Many Years YearsPAINLESS YenrsDrs Yearsllrs5
Drs PATTON TTO TTOPAINLESS LEON RD RDPAINLESS
PAINLESS DENTISTS
910 F STREET PHONE M MI 1577 1577UNION 1577UNION 1517UNION
UNION DENTAL PARLORS
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t I IFORAKER
1
FORAKER PLEADS FOR UNITY UNITYWhile UINITYVhnc U1TY U1TYWhile
While tlie t1 e national administration ha has excited cCcitedsome some sothe criticism criticismyet criticismyet criticismyet
yet the truth is that President Taft has h ha s done remarkably rCljHlrl ly well un under U1der tllder ¬
der the difficult circumstances by which he has been attended attendedHQ attendcchH attendedHe
HQ H succeeded a man of great intellectual vigor vigor and of the thegreatest thegreatest thegreatest
greatest intellectual activity ever displayed in public life lifePresident lifePresident lifePresident
President Roosevelt did lid strong things in a strong way He Hehad Hehad Hehad
had devoted followers They The regretted to see him while yet in the thevery thevcry thecry
very cry prime and vigor of manhood quit the highest office in the thenation thenation thenation
nation They could not endure the thought that his public career careerwas care careerwas r rwas
was ended They wanted to see him in thp th ti White House again againThis againThismade
This Thismade made it difficult for President Taft no matter how zealously zealouslyhe I
he might l i l t undertake to carry out President Roosevelts policies to togive togive
give them satisfaction satisfactionThey satisfactionThey satisfactionThey I
They were quick to criticise and zealous to spread discontent discontentand discontentand discontentand
and foment trouble troubleIn troubleIn troubleIn
In this way ay most of the criticisms of which we have heard heardhave heardhave heardhave
have come to be made Most 1 105t < of oftheni them are withput any excuse what whatever whatever whatever ¬
ever Some of them may have some merit but there is nothing nothingof
of serious character characterThe characterThe characterThe
The President has shown grjpat gr gr at patience and an earnest desire desireto desireto iCSirCto
to redeem the pledges of the platform on which hich he way elected electedto
to keep peace within the part pa party ty and to make general progress for forthe forthe forthe
the common good goodWith goodVith goodWith
With a Republican R publican Congress he can accomplish much With Without Without Vithout ¬
out it nothing nothingIf I IIf IIf
If therefore you would have his usefulness continue rally to tohis tohis tohis
his support and and give him what he needs Let us have an oldtime oldtimeRepublican oldtimeRepublican oldtimeRepublican
Republican victory a victory for < President Taft a victory for forGov forGov forGov
Gov Harding and the whole State tate ticket a victory vi tory for all our Re Republican Republican Republican ¬
publican candidates for Congress a victory for our county tickets ticketsand ticketsand ticketsand
and above all a victory for oldtime Republicanism
1
F FORAKER ASSAILS ASSAILSNEW ASSAILSNEW
NEW E NATIONALISM NATIONALISMContinued
Continued from Pnjje age One Onepublican Onepublican Oneblican
publican pu blican party part was condemned londmn I and every everygreat overyIr everyoat
great Ir oat t leader who did not join in the re revolt ¬
volt vo 011115 lt AVWS vas assailed It tis 111 the same now nowTliero nowTltoro
Tliero T TT horo was no just cause for it then thenThere thenThoro
There T here is no just cause for it now The Thepresent Theprooent Theesent
i
present pr esent movement may last longer and anddo anddo
do more harm but sooner or later it itwill Itw1ll
will w ill come to the same Hm inglorious end endThis endThis
This T his general similarity slmlhtrlt of the two move movements movements ¬
m ments ents is borne out by a comuaricon companion of oftheir ortheir
their th eir details detailsXo detaUso
Xo o Important Difference DifferenceThe DifferenceThe
The Liberals made loud complaint of ofour atour
our ou r course toward the South yet ex explicitly explicit ¬
plicitly plicit pi tcitly indorsed in their platform the thethirteenth thethirteenth
thirteenth th irteenth fourteenth and fifteenth fifteenthamendments fifteenthamontlmentsl
amontlmentsl a amendments and all the great war and andreconstruction andrecontructlon
reconstruction re measures so that at most mostthere mostthere
there th ere was no specific dissent except as asto asto
to toaf minor and unimportant matters that thatafforded thatafforded
afforded af forded no just basis far even the de defeat de defOflt ¬
feat fo foza nt of their party much leaf the organi organization organization organ ¬
zation za tlon of a new party partyYou part partYou
You have only to recall what the Re Republican RepubUtan Reublican ¬
Ji publican p pre party INtrt of today t day has done to toregulate toregulnte togulate
r regulate re gulate interstate commerce restrain restraintKe restrainHie
l tKe ti le trusts conserve con orve oar natural re resources reSGurleII ¬
s sources SGurleII so urces protect and aid our employes employespurify omplorespurify
P purify p urIfy elections and enlarge the rights rightsprivilege rICIUprivileges
r privilege p and opportunities of tho pee people pepIe ¬
T pIe pi e in every over direction with respect to totheir totheir toheir
l their participation parUIp Uon in government to see seethat eethat
t that th at there is I no irreconcilable difference differenceas <
as a s to any an of these subjects lubj cts between what whatis whatIs whatadvocated
1 is advocated by the insurgents and what whathas wbathas
has h as been done or promised by b the regu regulars reulars ¬
1 lars ta rs
larsThe
The two movements aro alike In an another another ¬
other o < ther and far more important reflect reflectProfessing reslteetProfesllng resiectProfessing
Professing to be Republicans and pro protectionists protectionists prooctionists ¬
t tectionists the primary purpose of the theLiberals theLlberltls
I Liberals L Lt lberls was an assault upon the pro protective proteetho ¬
t tective tariff tart then in force forceIt torceIt
It is the same now no the revolt of today
has as for or its chief object not the conserva conservation conie conietlon ¬
t tion ti on of our natural resources for that has hasbeen hasbeen
1 been b een well eU provided for not the regulation regulationof
of o < f the railroads or the big corporations corporationsfor
1 for f or the measures already enacted and andpromised aMpromised andromised
i promised ti tit in that behalf substantially meet meetthe meettho
tin the t he demands of even the th most radical radicalnot radfealHot
not n ot the prosecution of violators of law lawwhether Jawwhethar lawhether
whether w hether individuals or corporations for forthe torthe
the t he court reports advise u UIll daily that the themachinery themachiner
machinery machiner m of the government Is in full fulloperation tulloperation fullperation
operation o in that respect not these or orany orany
any a ny of these but as It was In 1SS 1S the thechief thechlet thehief
chief c object is to force another revision revisionof renderf
oa of o f the tariff for the purpose of lowering loweringall Iowerin Iowerinll I
all a ll those duties that are levied for the theprotection theprotection
protection p rotection of our industries and our labor laborall laboran
all a ll else is froth and foam and false pre pretense
tenseIn t tense ense j jIn
In view of existing conditions I do not notknow notknow nd
know k now anything worse that could happen 1uppenre j
We re have not yet recovered r eretl from the panic panicof pentcot
of o f 1007 and no one can predict when the theend theend thend
end e nd will oe be allowed to come comeIt comeIt comeIt
It would ould come at once if It were not notfor no noror noor
for or the restraining hand of a crusade crusadeagainst cruaadeaa
aa a against ganst nlt business buslne s that has been carried so sofAr acar I Ifar
far f ar beyond just ground that it has be become belome ¬
come c ome well nigh intolerable because of the themischief themlschlel th
mischief it is doing without bringing brln ng in inreturn Inreturn ir 1 1eturn
return r anything like an adequate com compensation compensation cornensation ¬
pensation pensationRnien pensationRnte p ensation ensationRates
Rates Rnte Will Ill Be increased IncrennedThe IncrenflletlThe
The continued hostile agitation against againstthe a againsthe alnst alnstthe L
the t tb he railroads has accomplished much good goodbut goodbut
but b ut notwithstanding their general pros prosperity prosperU proserIty ¬
perity perU p erIty it has alsfl aIs brought not only onlywellnigh a awellnigh awellnigh
wellnigh universal increase of freight freightrates freightratea t tates
rates r ates but also a determined struggle now nowIn nowIn
In I n progress for a further Increase pend pending PendIng pendng ¬
ing I ng which many man needed betterments muat muatstand mUlitstand musi t ttand
stand stand s In abeyance while the construction constructionof k kf
of o f new lines for the development of new newterritory nowterrlton nesserritory
territory t Is practically abandoned abandonedRepublicans abandonedRepublicans abandonedRepublicans
Republicans who call themselves In Insurgents Insurgents Inurgents ¬
surgents s should remember that If the Re Republican Republican Reubilean
publican p pe ubilean party be defeated ler atd the Demo Democratic Democratic Demoratie ¬
cratic e party part will be the beneficiary and andthat andthat an anhat
that t hat with the policies and purposes thus thusInaugurated thu thunaugurated
Inaugurated I they cannot possibly have haveeither haveeIther hav havither
either e sympathy s mpathy or Influence InfluenceIf
If the next n xt House Hou e of Representatives Representativesbe S Sbe
be Democratic without doubt It will willpromptly wIllproIt wIi I Ipromptly
promptly proIt pth pass a bill again revising tho thotariff thotarltt flu i iariff
tariff t tI but it will be a Democratic bill billIt billIt billt
It I t will not he cast on protection lines linesbut linesbut linesbut
but as always alwa s heretofore when they the the11l theuve
have 11l i uve e legislated on the subject on the thelines thelines tb tbines
lines l of a tariff tarl for revenue only onlyNo onl onlNo onlyNo
No Issue can be made on the Ten TenCommandments TenCommandments TerCommandments
Commandments no matter how strenu strenuously strenuush strenuusly ¬
ously ush or omclously they the may mn be laid laiddown laiddown I Idown
down as governing principles But when i it
it i t comes to the tariff it is different On Onthat Onthat r rthat
that subject men honestly disagree and andthere andthere am I Ithere
there is wide room for argument argumentWe argumentWe argumentWe
We have lately had a new declaration declarationof
of political principles They The are pout politically p01ltlcalI poutcally ¬
cally calI baptized as the doctrine of a New NewNationalism NevNationalism
Nationalism They are set forth in thi thinature the thennture S Snature I
nature of a platform for a new party
Possibly they the are intended for that use useonly useonly us a aonly
only in the event that the distinguished distinguishedauthor distinguishednuthor I Iauthor
author be not nominated for the Presi Presidency Presldenc Presidency ¬
dency denc by either of the old parties partiesHowever partiesoHoever
However that may be it is well to tonote tonote ti tinote D
note that they violate our dual form of ofgovernment otgovernment o f fgovernment
government by b arrogating unto the na national national national ¬
tional government the control of matters mattersso S Sso
so purely pure local that they clearly belong to tothe totho t B
the jurisdiction of the th States they also alsoauthorize aso asoauthorize ale aleauthorize 0
authorize the courts to construe the Con Constitution ContltuUon Constitutlon ¬
stitution not as the precedents require requirebut requirebut requirebut
but in such manner as may be necessary necessaryto necessar V Vto
to make It keep abreast with the spirit spiritof spiritot spin t tof
of the times timesAttack UrnesHack timestttack
Attack Hack on Court Deplored DeploredThis Deploree1This DeploredThis
This preposition would ho bad enough enoughunder enoughunde enoug h hunder
under any circumstances but objection Is Isaccentuated Isac I S Saccentuated
accentuated ac ntuated when wo remember that ac according according accordIng ¬
cording to this same samenuthority authority the mem members members neni 1 1bers ¬
<
bers qf the Supreme Su me Court are afflicted afflictedwith at lcted lctedwith d dwith
with a fossilized mentality mentalityAside mentalityAlde mentalityASIde
Aside from all other objections this thisnew thisnew thi s snew
new doctrine is as fatally at war with wit h
L
our O ur institutions InsUtuU ns and as certainly certalnl destruc destructive de5trucUV ¬
tive UV ti ve of them th m as any an assumed or Invoked InvokedIn I
In inei the name of the Southern Confederacy ConfederacySuch ContederaoySuch
Such a preachment is not nationalism nationalismeither natlonnllsmeither i
either ei eia ther now or old hut Imperialism Imperh lsnl pure pureand pureand purend
and a nd simple It is In spirit at least aa aatreasonable astroosonable a aeasonable
treasonable tr as secession itself itselfThe ItselThe
trd The power it would give to the Presi President Pr Presient lil lildent ¬
dent d ent of the United States would be far farmore tarInore
more m ore autocratic aut ratfe and dangerous to the lib liberties liberties ¬
e erties ntice of o this people than arc those of ofany otan ot r rny
any an a ny monarchy monnreh In Europe EuropeNo EuropeNo
No wonder W V t J Bryan nr an cries out In Inamazement Inamazement Ir 1
amazement a agninst It In his wildest wildestflights wHrlestllhts L
flights fl ights he has never suggested anything anythingapproximating an thlng thlngapproxlmatln n
approximating a such a programme programmeIt >
It hag h one saving feature however lmweyerhere
There T here is about it all such a preposterous preposterousabsurdity preposteroU3baurdJt i I
absurdity a baurdJt and such an insufferable ego egotism egoUsm ¬
tism ti sm as to excite not only condemnation condemnationbut I
but b ut ridicule It Is another case ase of vault vaulting vaultIn vaultog ¬
ing In l og ambition oerleaping itself itselfIt ItselfIt
It has dispelled illusions that had hadcome be become ¬
lier
come c ome dangerous dau rouL The fh people now better betterunderstand botterunderstand r
understand u the author and am know better betterhow b tte r
how h ow to judge what he proposes They The are arenot Arenot ar S i
I not h ot likely like to longer regard him as an anImprovement anImproement a I i
Improvement i on George Washington ashlngton and andAbraham andAbraham am ambraham I 1
Abraham A Ah Lincoln Incoln There Is ground for forhope torhope fe r
hope h ope now that what he proposes will no nolonger noJongcr ni niongcr It rIt i
longer l ongcr be accepted as a matter of courSe courSebut courAebut coure
but b ut only if found to be safe and SQund SQundThis sQundThis I
This T his will be better for him and better for forus torus to tos r
us u s It will lessen Iesse his multitudinous duties dutiesand tlutleancl lutie S Snd i
and a nd stop the work of driving Into retire retirement rettrem ¬
ment m me ont nt as a a reactionary every great load loader loader loadr ¬
er e r who dose d s not n l subscribe on sight to his hisfantastic histantastlc hi S i
fantastic f vagaries vagariesXo yaprlesXO vagariesNo
Xo Worse orllle Than In Past PntThe PastThe
The human race has never been per perfect perfeet pereet ¬
feet f eet It never will be until the milled millennium ml1Iorintum ¬
nium a lum comes In all ages and in all coun countries counries ¬
I
tries t there have lived men who might mighthave mighthave t tave
have h ave been better bet er There has never been beena bee n ntime i
a time in this country whoji whq there were werenot werenot wer 0 0ot i
not n ot some bad men to be found in every everyparty over oerPfLrt y
party Neither has there ever been a atime atime i
time t ime Jhen en there were not some som bad men menin menIn me a an i
in I n official position p sllfon and there never has hasbeen hasbeen tiM S
been b een a time Urn when there
wore not some somebad somebad som e ead k
bad b ad methods or b bad d practices prae tic 00 as well as asbad asbac1 a S Shad
bad men connected with the business businesstransactions busln ss sstranSActions is isransactioih 1
transactions tranSActions t of the country There prob probably probAbly protbly ¬
ably a bly never never will be a time when all bad badmen badmen ba ii iien I
men m en in all these relations
will 11I be
en entirely entirely I Iirely ¬
tirely t eliminated and everybody erhod and andeverything a ae an I Iverything
everything e fthlnS will be good but It can be beI betruth b e eruthfully 4
truthfully truth t tully said
that
I there never was wassince wasslnCe vat vatince
since s ince the beginning I tnnlng of our government governmenta L
a time when through the natural im improvement 1mproement I Iprovemont ¬
provement of our people and the natural naturalspread naturalsprend natuni II IIpread 1
spread s of virtues
among them the po p I ¬
litical t itles world and the
an business bualn Stiworld world were wereso wereso wax e
so little open to criticism and condemna ondemnatlon L ¬
tion t iort as they have been during
recent recentyears recentfarll reset It Itears i
years yearsThere y ears farllThere earsThere
There never was a time when our ourpeorHr ourpeoplpot o ir ireoph r
peorHr peoplpot p eoph of all classes
were making greater greaterprogress greAterprogress xr xrprogress r
progress in tho right direction than they the y
have been be m making during the last fifty fiftyyears IUtye8T3 lift
years e8T3 There never was a time in all allour allour a aur
our o ur history when
there was so little oc occasion octa o oaslon ¬
casion ta c on to put everybody everybod In leading strings stringsas stnIn is iss 3
as a s i iother now There never wa was > a time In Inother I fl flther i
other o ther words when
there was so little ex excuse excuse e C Cuse ¬
cuse r use as at present plt > Jlent for the hectoring and sri nd id idecturing
lecturing l and threatening threaten In and menacing nienaciri ig j
that t hat have been Indulged In of the people peopleof pOopleot peop ie ieof
of America and their business methods methodsThere methOdsThere methodsThere
There never was a time when Inde Independently Independently md i ipendentiy ¬
pendently of this crusade against them themthere ii
there t was a higher blsh r standard of morals moralsthan moralsthan morn is isthan
than that which the business s men of the U re renited
United I nited States have erected er tQl for them themselves themelefl thenelves ¬
selves s and never a time when conform contormIty confornto ¬
ity to it was so absolutely a prerequisite prerequisiteto LC LCto r
to success and high standing In the com commercial commercial conmerctal ¬
mercial world orld Everybody knows this thisto thisto th is iso 3
to t o be true and yet we have been listen listenIng listenIng listerog
Ing l og to harangues and lectures l tures and slan slanders slanders slatlens ¬
ders poured out by b the wholesale as asthough asthoush Le Lehough 5
though t delighted d lIghted with such uncalledfor uncalledfordisparagement uncalledtordsparn uncalledfedisparagement r
disparagement dsparn cment until patience has well wellnigh wellnigh wel 1 1nigh 1
nigh ceased to be a virtue virtueBut virtueBitt Irtue Irtuenut
But continue patient yet a little longer longerSuch longerSuch r rSuch
Such performances cannot an not be repeated repeatedIndefinitely repeatedIndefinlteh repeate ci cindefinitely j
Indefinitely i The day l1a cannot be far dis distant distant di s stant ¬
tant when they tho will be remembered only onlywith onlywith onl jy jywith
with astonishment that they the should have haveever haveever ha haever
ever been tolerated by a selfrespecting selfrespectingpeople seltrepectlngpeople seifrespectirpeople r
people The great duty of tho hour Is to tobe tobe I Ibe
be steadfast steadfastPOLICE steadtastPOLIOERETURN steadfastPOLICE
POLICE POLIOERETURN EETtTKN RUNAWAY RUNAWAYAdn
Adn E Kinder J Jneler of Ilockvllle Fonml FonmlIn FOUlu1In Fonri td tdIn
In InAda Washington WashingtonAda Va hhlJcton hhlJctonAda
Ada E Kinder fifteen years ears old was wasarrested wasarrestee wi Is Isarrested
arrested last night in a house in Third Thirdstreet Thirdstreet Thu rd rdstreet
street southeast by b Detectives OBrien OBrienand Onrlenand OBrh in inand
and Springman on a charge of being a afugitive aruelthe afugitive
fugitive from her parents par nts She
accom accompanied accompnnhd accor a apanled ¬
panied the detectives to police headquar headquarters headquarters r rters ¬
ters where she was taken in chage ch Jge by I y i iher
her father John Kinder a carpenter
The girls mother Is dead de d and she lived livedwith lIedwith llvi td tdwith
with her father and two younger sisters sistersat sisterat siste ra raat
at their home at Washington ashli1ton Grove Md M d
She cooked and an kept house and also at attended attun a Lt Lttended ¬
tended tun lied school The work and monotony monotor w
evidently ldently drove her to desperation and andon andon at id idon
on Tuesday she ran away rvwayKinder ta awayKinder
Kinder 1 lnd r began a search for his daughter daughterand daughtcrand rr rrand
and learned she nad visited her uncle unclewho unclewho unclewho
who lives in this city The father then
traced the girl to the house In Third Thirdstreet Thirdstr Thirdstreet
street str ct where here she was staying sta lng with
friends He enlisted the aid of the police policeasking policeasking policeasking
asking that she be arrested arrestedShe arrestedSh arrestedShe
She Sh told the story stor of her escapade to tothe tothe tothe
the police and said she was willing to toroturn torHurn toreturn
return home I was so tired of It all allshe allshe i ishe
she said that I did not know what to todo todo i ido
do The other girls In the neighborhood neighborhoodvent neighborhoodwcnt neighborhoodwent
vent to t dances and parties IJarU s but I never neverhad neverharl neverhad
had any an fun I had to look after my two twoyounger I Iounser
younger sisters and tale care of the thehouse thehouse
house and when night came I was almost almostdead almostdead
dead deadHer deadHer
Her father told the police a different dlrtcrentston differentstory
story Ho said the girl had been lured luredto luredto
to the city by a youth outh whom she met metIn metin
in Washington Grove two days before beforeshe beforeshe
she ran away awa He said he knew the name nameof nameof
of the young man and was advised to toprocure torrocure torrocure
rrocure a warrant for or his arrest arresti nrrestJlhullull arrest3llssIn
i Mission to Cloie CloieThe ClolJeThe CloeThe
The mission for men which has been beengoing beengoing beengoing
going on on for the past week at St Domi Dominics Domlnlcs Dominbs ¬
nics Church Sixth and E streets south southwest southwest southwest ¬
west will close at 730 tonight tonIJ tonightI ht htj
j
1
JUDGE WAS DENOUNCED DENOUNCEDConfirmation DENOUNCEDConl1rmntlon
Confirmation of OfStOTY Story Come from fromIndlnnapolls fromIndlnnnJwll frontI
Indlnnapolls IndlnnapollsIndianapolis IndlnnnJwllIndlnnapolls I a I lana 101 is isIndianapolis
Indianapolis Oct 22 22Whether Whether or not notformer nottormer notformer
former President Roosevelt Rt felt denounced denouncedJude denouncedJud
Jude Jud Judge c Andecaon of the t c Federal Court as asa asa asa
a crook cr olc and nd a Jackass when he was here herelast herelast herelast
last week to hpeak for Cor Beverldge is a aquestion aQucHtionothat aquestiontat
question QucHtionothat that Is causing some ome agitation in inpolitical Inpolitical inpolitical
political circles circlesThe cfrcl circlesThe r rThe
The story was printed here in a paper paperedited paperel
edited el ted by an xconvict and little atten attention attention attenfinn ¬
tion was paid to it because of Its source sourcebut sourcbut sourcehut <
but Investigation instl ntlon today makes the story storycomplete stor storcompllt storycomplete
complete and th thre rc r eems seems to be no ques question quesHon ¬
Hon of the occurrence of tho Incident IncidentIt IncidentIt
It appears that tho Incident occurred at althe atth attho
the th Columbia Cljl where Roosevelt held heldn
n short reception rec ptlon for or tire th members of the theclub theclub theclul
club and their friends following his hisspeech hisspecch hisspeech
speech In the circle The denunciation of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the United States Judge was made to toHarry toHarr toHarry
Harry Harr S New former national chairman chairmanbut chairmanhut chairmanhut
hut was so loud that a number of persons personsstanding personlHtanrllng personsstanding
standing near heird the hie words of the for former tormer ¬
mer President PresidentROOSEVELT Preslr1CntROOSEVELT
ROOSEVELT PLACESBAN PLACES PLAGESBAN
BAN BA OH OllLOBBYISTS LOBBYISTS LOBBYISTSContinued
Continued from Page One OneIncluding OneIncluding
Including small folks women men and and10cnl
local committees He was Introduced by byGov byGO by0ev
Gov GO Qulnby QUlnb who paved the way wa for the theprogressive theprogressive theprogressive
progressive sentiments that wore to be bepdurcd bep
poured p urcd into the ears of the populace populaceCol populaceCot
Col Cot Roosevelt lost not a moment in Instamping Instamping
stamping his approval upon Mr Bass Ba8Sand
and the Republican ticket and platform plattormlIe
He said that BaAS stands h Mr here r e for the thesame
same kind of things that Stimson stands standsfor standstOr
for f or In New York He asked for the sup support support
port p ort of every voter oter irrespective of politi political political ¬
cal c al affiliations and ho told his audience audiencethat audiencethat audiencehat
that t hat it was a pleasure to se I the kind of ofplatform otplatform
platform p latform the Republicans of New ew Hamp Hampshire Hampshire
shire s hire had made madePrnlse madePrnlNe madePraise
Praise for Platform PlatformIn
In other States Statesevon evon In my tfwn tfwnaverred 1navcrred <
averred a the colonel there are one or ortwo orwo
two t wo planks that were written differently differentlyfrom dlfCerentl dlfCerentltrom
from f rom the way wa I should have done But Butwhat Butw1
what w1 t I especially like about this plat platform plattorm
form f orm Is that Its obviously written rltttn to be beU8ed besed
used u sed after election tl tlon a as well as before elec election election oiecion ¬
tion t ion The candidate of our opponents opponentsstands opponentsstand opponentstands
stands stand s upon a pint Platform Intform form filled with glit glittering glittering giltaring ¬
tering t generalities gen generalitiesNothing mUtJe mUtJeN
Nothing N thlng seemed to interest Inten st the New NewHampshire No NoHampshire Newiampahire
Hampshire J folks today as much as the themention themeflUon thementIon
mention of President Pr lCont Mellon The colonel colonelused coloneluHed colonelsed
used u sed that In all of his three speeehoa speeehoaThat speechesThat peeehOlJThKt
That was UI a very significant utterance utteranceby utteranceb
by b y Mr Mellen when he said that from fromnow trOft1n fromon
now n on his road will withdraw < Ithdrn from frommeddling trolnmeddling fromeddling
meddling m eddling with politics In Now Hamp Hamlhlre Ilamphire
shire s hire Mr Roosevelt ROOti eJt announced at the theState thetate
Stat State S tate house and Rcl incidentally l that seems seemsto seemso
to t o be an admission admissionThe AdmlufonThe admissionThe
The rain was beginning to fall as a the theolonel theolonel
olonel c reached Manchester But he hecouldnt heOIlldnt heouldnt
couldnt c disappoint dl an enthusiastic crowd crowdof crowdof
of o f about 4000 4000 as he stepped into th thbreach thhrearh threach
breach b reach and spoke more in favor of Mr Ir IrBM
Bif BM He thought that the young Re Republioui Republlca
publioui nominee nomln was s addicted to the theiKlnciples theItrlclDles
iKlnciples i set forth in the New Nation Nationallilm Nationllsrn
altem a llsrn
Stand by h 111 Ills Reliefs ReliefsThere lIelhrThere
j There has been some criticism oC oCthat oCUta
that Uta 1 said Mr J r Roosevelt looking Jookln at the theovercast Oleo
overcast o prCaJt sky Well V 011 I stand by every everyword evOrword
word I have h yc said East or West Heres Hereswhere Here Herewhere t
where I differ from some of my critics critJeaTho1 criticsThoy
Thoy are willing to praise what l1ftt has been buondone I Idone
done In the th past just as long as you youdont youdont I Iont
dont d ont do It in the present The New Na XntlonaJlsm
tionallsm t simply slmpl means me ns that governmental governmentali governmentaand
and social activities meat be so that each eachman e cartman h hmnn
man shall have the chance to show the thestuff theMtUtr i
stuff s tuff thats in him himThe btmThc himThe
The colonel wa vas walking around tk Uibig tkbig tkplatform
big platform decorated deeorat d with flags asa a table tableant
and a pitcher plt her of ice water He was waswarming waswArming wet t twarming
warming up to his text textle textIve
Ive been DOf characterized as a menace menaceto menaetto I Ito
to prosperity said ald h he orve Ive menaced menacedJust menacedjust menaco I
Just one kind of prosperity prosporltythe the pros prosperity
perity of th thl crook crO k And so far as prosr my mystrength mystrength raystrength r
strength holds Ill continue to be a amenace DoInensee L Lmenace
menace menaceAt InenseeAt menaceAt
At Nashua the coloQel colonel placed pI ed one foot footon tooton L LOn
on the stage rail and ad began to defend detendhlms I Ihimself
himself hlms 1f against his New York newspaper newspaperapsnllants newspaper2iPnflants newspaperarsatlants
apsnllants apsnllantsA
A large number of business men have havebecome havebecome t tbecome
become afflicted ai fcotefi with what I might call callmania I Imania
mania toward me There Is nothing they theywill thoywill P Pwiil
will not say sa to make it seem that I want wan t tto ttO
to become king is the way jCol Col Roose Roosevelt Reesevelt
velt started off offAttack ofrAttnck ottAttacks
Attack Ticker Crn Crond Crondthis rrt rrtAt d dAt
At this moment in New York we e are aretrying aretrying ar4 ar4trying
trying to secure the election of Harry HAr HArStimson HarrStirneon
Stimson and the ticker crowd is against a lnt t thim
t him mainly because they say I had him himnominated himnomlrNlt i inominated
nominated nomlrNlt d Well said the colonel I Idid Jlid r rdid
did my m share with 1014 other oth r delegates daiegatasSOfl
As 8 soon as we nominated Stimson they theysaid tbeysaid the
said I was a boas I wasnt wRsntI I led1 led1The led ledThe ledThe
The colonel told the th Nashuans that to tospeak toJlpcak te tespeak
speak of him as an enemy to prosperlt prosperityis prosperltItl
is the same as it would be to call a apoliceman apotlceman i t tpoliceman
policeman that because he made a pick pickpocket pickpocket pickpoebet
pocket s give ft up P a watch The Comparison Comparisonpeased Comparisonpoosed comparlsorpeasecl
peased the th audience audienceThe AudienceThe audienceThe
The colonel reached Boston at 7 oclock oclocktonlsht C Ctonight
tonight and went ent directly to the home homeof homeor horn C Cof
of W S Bigelow Tomorrow morning
he will leave for New 5York York City Clt only onlyto onl onlto onhto
to depart from there in the th evening for fora fora fo r ra
a weeks political missionary mlsslonar trip through throughthe throughthe
the Empire State StateCot StateCol
Col Roosevelt declined tonight to dlJ dlscuss diiicuss
cuss either the Indianapolis incident or orForakers orForakers o r rForakers
Forakers attack on the New National Natlonalism NationalIsm Nationallam
ism He had nothing nothln at all to tosa say It ItIs I t tIs
is likely that he will speak in Ohio on onhis onhis ox oxhis
his trip to Iowa next month In that thatcase thatcase tha t tcase
case he will undoubtedly undouhted answer Foraker ForatcrSERIES ForakerSERIEP
SERIES SERIEP OF VISITS ARRANGED ARRANGEDOriental ARRANGEDOrlcntul ARRANGEDOriental
Oriental Council of Royal Arcanum Arcanumto 11 11to
to Be First Ho Host 1I0dGrand HostGrand t tGrand
Grand Recent R ent Harry G Lenz and offi officers omcElrs officars ¬
cars of the Grand Council of the Royal RoyalArcanum RoalArcanum RoysArcanum
Arcanum will inaugurate a series of fall falland talland tal ii iiand
and winter visitations on Tuesday next nextwhen neCtwhen Ixexiwhen
when Oriental Council will be the host hostOriental hostOrlentnl L LOriental
Oriental Councils pmcers fflcera have arranged ci
for a class initiation and a smoker smokerThe smokerThe smokerThe
The remaining official visitations will willtake w111tnke 1 1take
take place according n cordlng to the following followingschedule followingschedule tohlowin g gschedule
schedule scheduleThursday scheduleThursda scheduleThursday
Thursday Thursda October 27 7 Capitol No 320 320Wednesday 32 O Ocdnesdn I IWednesday
Wednesday cdnesdn November 2 Municipal No Nc2l3
2135 2l3 Friday November 11 Francis Scott ScottKey ScottKe Scot t tKey
Key Ke No 1815 181 Tuesday Tuesda November 22 22District 22 2 2District
District Istrlct No 1895 Monday Monda November NocmberNational 28 28National 2 2National
National No 5i7 j Monday December 5 5Ouray 5Oura 5
5L
Ouray Oura No 1800 l O Friday Frlc1a January Januar 20 Ana Analostan An9losttm Annhostan L
lostan No 275 Thursday January 26 26Kismet 26Ifsmct 21 i iKismet
Kismet No 2iS6 and Friday Frida February Februar I
10 0 Farragut No CCO
LOOK L OOK FOR FORLADSLIDE FORLADSLIDEemocrats LANDSLIDE LANDSLIDEDemocrats LANDSLIDEDelUOClats
Democrats D Confident of Ma Majority Majoiity I a ajOlity ¬
jority in House HouseCAMPAIGN HouseCAMPAIGN HouseA32AIGN
CAMPAIGN C FORECAST ISSUED ISSUEDIVutioiin ISSUEDttionaI
i iXntfonnl
IVutioiin i ttionaI Democratic Congressional ConercMftlonnlCommittee CUIIJrc CongressionalConimuttett donnl donnlCommittee
Committee Snyj Sny Party Port Is Sure of ofO8
208 08 Representative and Majority Majorityof
I
of 1 it = nn n Result of Xovemlier XovemlierElection XoemhlrJlectlollIu NovenilierElectIonlirsurgeint
Election JlectlollIu ElectIonlirsurgeint IiinurKeiit urgent Spceche Used UsedThe UsedThe UsedThe
The Washington branch of the Na NatJonnl NnHonnl Naonal
tJonnl ti onal Democratic Congressional Commit Committee Committeo Commite ¬
tee te teth e last la t night mn m made le public its estimate of ofthe otthe ofe
the th e next House of Representatives RepresentativesIt
It is the belief of the committee that thatthe thatthe thate
the th thla e election will result In a Democratic Democraticlandslide Democraticlandslide Democraticndslide
la laeq landslide ndslide and that the majority may mayequal mayequal mayual
equal eq eqto ual any an given a political party in his history hIStor hisry ¬
tory tor to ry Figuring however on the bnsls of ofreports oCreports I Iports
reports re reta ports received at committee headquar headquarters hendquarters headquarrs ¬
ters ta tam rs a majority of from 3 to toJ5 j5 is esti estimated oUmated oat oatated ¬
mated matedFor matedFor m ated
I
For the past throe months a force of offifty oCfitty offty
fifty fi fty employes has been sanding litera literature merature itterane ¬
t ture tu ne to every part of the United States StatesOver StatesIUNurJCeut StatesInsurgent
Insurgent Spttchell Used UHeelOver UsedOver
Over 5C090CO 5c > tO documents have been han handled handied hanet ¬
died di et The office has been in charge of ofMr orMr
J Mr M r F F Garett of Missouri who ha hadone hAdone has hasone
c done d one fine service in furnishing to the sev several several ¬
e eral e ral State committees the best argu arguments arguI arguonte ¬
r ments m onte of Democratic and Insurgent In ursent Re Hepublican Republican Reubuican
publican p ubuican orators The speech most In Indemand Indemand Inemand
demand d has been that of the late Re Republican Republican Reublican ¬
publican p ublican Senator J P Delllver DelllverThe DolliverThe DoiliverThe
The forecast of the result ro ult made b bPro by byrof > i iProf
Prof Pro P rof Josiah H Shinn of the committee committeeie
Is as follows followsPromt tallowsPItWtIt followsPaisat
Promt HMmbenMp HtfmbenbJI91 391 IlqwbHcam 1Ii 17 DCMW DCMWcrtt ecrau Disseta
crtt crau a < ta K liSi 173 v fHaticlel e ucka 1 1In IIn
In the election of November present presentindications preHntIndications presentndications
i indications point to the election of of1m ofSure j j8w
1m Sure 8w D DClnKJefaUe ra TUe members M BW mrs H Hbfon flpbleas flpbleaslsbtrs fMUkM fMUkMmembra
M membra lsbtrs bfon II Iii JUlY jnrijvnt UtpiUfasM 2 2 pn ieobIs pnWe i
i We Itrrnibhotn 39 5 jruUbte DamienUJr I k tt ttDnueraiie J6 i iD Lw Lwsseois
Dnueraiie D sseois tt majority aa it 18 1 potable ble towoentfe IJe8Iomatkjcrlt Demoerstienrit M I IJorttf
Dje
J jcrlt je Jorttf nrit 3 to toEXPEDITION 36 j
EXPEDITION SEEKS SEEKSLOST SEEKSLOST SEEKSLOST
LOST BAULOOHISTS BAULOOHISTSFour BALLOOl1ISTSFOlr
Four FOlr Aeronauts in Canada CanadaNot CanadaNot
Not Yet Heard From FromSt
St Louis Lu Oct Oct 22The Tbe board bn of gov governors gv gvernors ¬
ernors e of the Aero Club of St S Louis Lul met metat mt
at a t the te Racquet Iatot Club late lati this t afternoon all atternooand afternoonand of I
and ao a nd agreed a to fin Ofne finance nee an expedition e UcH for ferthe forhe
the t he relief reU t of t the four to rotating mn baltoooists baltoooistswho bft
who wh traveled trtl In the America Ar II I and a the thoDuaseldorf to toDulot theDusseldorf
Duaseldorf Dulot in tho race Ice from fr here Ir for the theJames theJa
James Ja J am Gordon Gon Bennett Dnnet Cup Cup if I informa information Intor lflformaion ¬
ion tJn t of their tet leading kUtdtt iairdIn Is I not nt received reve by bytomorrow byealorrow
tomorrow to1rW t afternoon Aternon The board brd voted votedampfo vot votedsns
ampfo amp a sns funds tun4 to nuance fl Anance c such n an expedi expedition eI eItln ex1ion ¬
tion tionLewis tln t ion
Lewis Spimller Snl who 1 acted ue as one of the thefield thefed thefold
field fed marshals mara at the U Klnloch JQ Aviation AviationMeet AYtt AviationMoot
Meet Nt will I leave Jev for Toronto Tent if I satisfac satisfactory indsfecory ¬
tory tor t ory reports rept are ar not n received reve first frt At AtToronto t
Toronto Toront he b will wi consult conlul with Ueut Gov GovJ GovJ CcvJ I I
J M L Gibson Gbsn of Ontario Otr sad ln will wi proceed poe proceedo j jte I
te t o Montreal Iontel to organise ornls a relief expedi expedition expi expitin expeditien ¬
tion tin or organize or ntze it I in Toronto Torto according accordingto aordlng aordlngto
to t o the result r lt of the expedition expeditionSpindler expiton expitonSphtle expeditionSpindler
Spindler Sphtle speaks ilJek German Glmn and aa some someFronch sQe sQeFronch someFrench
Fronch and Is an expert txrr expenll t cod lo hunter bunte a and andunfamiliar d dnot
not nt unfamiliar unfanlntr with 1th the Canadian CAM ln wilds wlldttHe wildsHe wlIM wlIMHe
He has bs endured tnurr hardships brrbl of C forest tot trail trailins ti trailag
ins In l ag and extreme troe cold cld and an la l believed bl ve to tobe tob tob
be b b d d good od man m for to the th relief relet work workAeronautic wok wokernnutc workAeronautic
Aeronautic ernnutc experts and an members mbr of the theboard thebr theboard
board br of o governors or5 are by no n means Ini ills discouraged dlSouraoe illseouraged ¬
couraged ouraoe as to the te outcome otme of the tI inter international Interntinl International ¬
national ntinl race or the te fate fte of the te balloon balioonits blln bllnhia balloonlets
its hia not yet reported rtpte saying syig that it may maytake maytke maytake
take tke days da day to move mve twentyfive twentyfe miles mll in inthe Inthe inthe
the Canadian Cndin woods i The Th case Mse of Swiss SwissPilot SwissPilot
Pilot Pilt MOSSIWT llr in the te Azurea Azur is I cited ct for forhe torhe forhe I
he and an his b aid were ere fortyeight rortyel bt hours in inmoving Inmolng Inmoving
moving twentytwo miles mie from their for forest roI foroat ¬
est et landing landtnf place to Btseo BLco Ontario OntarioOthers Ontari OntarioQthers
Others however are leas le sanguine snluie be bein b belugInclIned
in Ing lugInclIned inclined Innnt to believe HUe that tht the miccin miccinaeronauts mlZn mlZnaeon mieMnaoionaiits
aeronauts aeon will 11 never b b be heard h n from again againTho axIn axInTho againTho
Tho missing mhln < balloon bllo America A r II I was wa man manned mn mnnft manned ¬
ned by Allan R
nft 4IAn R Hawley and Augustus AugustusPost AugustusPost
Post Pot and Mn the missing mlsln < balloon bnon Duoeeldorf Duoeeldorfwds DWtt DWttWi Duseeldorlwee
wee manned rnne by b Hans l lns Gericke and an S F FPerkins FPerkins FPerkins
Perkins PerkinsWARNER PerkinsWA PerkinsWARER
WARNER WA R MEN MN ARE AE BUSY BUSYCninpalKTii BUSYCnmpJ BUSYCninpnlgnt
CninpalKTii CnmpJ n to Clone Clnfc CIo wih with IHf nil Big Jlcet JlcetInpr JlcetInl lce lceing
Inpr Inl at U Roekville RoekvilleRockvDle nnckil RocknlhleRoekvtlle
RockvDle Rork1Ie Md Oct Ol 2The The Rpbli Republican Republicancounty Repubftcaacounty
county cunt commit cmmUtr committee tee met mt at 2 p m n In the theRoekville theRockyle theRocknilie
Roekville Rockyle Hotel in answer awe to the t call cl of ofC otC ol olScott
C Scott Duvall Duval chairman cblrma of tae com committee coinrnittee om ommlteo ¬
mittee mlteo Members of the different duere t districts districtspresent ditrct I Ipresent
present reported that the th gains in
preent reprte gins regis registration rogl reglatratiort ¬
tration of Republican Republcan voters were very veryencouraging veryencouraging cr crencouraging
encouraging and that thlt by b the first of No November November Noveniber ¬
vember the men who were in active ative serv service servIce orv orvce ¬
ice ce for the party pt would ouk render good lo re reports report repOitS ¬
ports port IndktUn Indications were wee prevalent pevalent that thatBrainard tht thtBrflnard L Lr
Brainard Brflnard H Warner rner jr would get let many manyDemocratic mny mnyDfmoraUc r
Democratic DfmoraUc votes vote in this county countyIt countyIt ountyI
It I is proposed propo to wind up with a mon monster Ino monstor ¬
ster meeting meetng in the town hall hal in Rock RockMile Rok Rokme RockIlle
Mile me to be b addressed aclr ed by b Hon B H HWarner HVarner HWarner
Warner jr candidate for Congress Conres and andprominent no an I Iprominent
prominent State Stte speakers spekers There will I be bea bebig be bea I
a big meeting metng In Kensington Jensln tou Monday MondayOctober MondayOctober lodaT lodaTOctobor
October 31 31MICHIGAN 3 3MICHGA 31MICHIGAN
MICHIGAN MICHGA MEN GATHER GATHERVote GATH GATHYote GATHERVote
Vote to Hold 1011 an ni Annual nnnnl Banquet BanquetIn t tin
In February FelirnnryThe leltrnnr leltrnnrThe FebruaryThe
The Michigan 1hlgan Social Socil Club held a ar regu regular regutar gu gular ¬
lar social gathering gthering at Pythian Pthln Temple Templelast T mple mplelast I Ilast
last night The address of the evening eveningwal I Iwd Ir
wal wa4rnade > made by b D A Edwards Edrcs who ho told tol of ofthe ol r i ithe
the battle batte of Gettysburg Get sburg using Illustrated Illustrateddrawings lultrated lilustratecdrawings I I Idrawings
drawings drawingsIt i iIt jI
It I was voted to hold an annual banquet bnquet L j I
In February Februar and the committee commitee on the theaffair theaffair 1 I
affair afair will wi be appointed at the next meet meeting meeting ¬
ing
ingThe Inl
The musical programme prOSnmme Included a avocal aocal I
vocal ocal solo by b Claude Babcock Babcok character charactersongs eharactesongs hnrctfr r
songs by George Glorec Peffer Pefer a reading by b Mrs MrsCharles MrsChnrles MrsCharles I
Charles Moister tolster and William Wilson U n in incombination ix ixcombInation
combination instrumental selections I t
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1 = located at 1330 G Street N W V is now being offered offerc4t at pri private private i ivate
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= = vate sale below cost cost The stock st stdck ck consists of several thousand S SI E Erolls f frols
I EE = rolls rols of foreign and domestic wall wal paper of every grade Dont SEE 1 i IE
= miss this sale Call Cal early eary and supply your needs while bar bargains ha hagains EE E 1
E5 gains are offered ofered No chance to buy wall wal paper at such prices pricesis priceslikely 5 5EEE
EEE is likely lkely to occur again againRICHARDS againRICHARDS j = =
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HAYDENS HAYDENSHOMCOF HAYDENSHOMCOFHart HOME OF OFHart OFHart
Hart Schaffner MarxCLOTHING Marx MaaxCLOTHING
CLOTHING
934 F and 527 and 529 Tenth StreetsSaturday Streets StreetsSaturday StreetsSaturday
Saturday Sale on Clothing at 750 750These 750These 750These
These suits suis are made in the best 1 1possible j jpossible
possible manner and in the latest lateststyles lateststyles j jstyles i
styles and patterns paterns Allwool Alwool Cas Cassimeres Cassimeres i isimeres
simeres Cheviots Thibets Thibelc and andWorsteds andVorsteds I IVorsteds 5 0 i iWellmade
Vorsteds and in allwool alwol serge lin linings ln liiiings ¬ r rings
ings and fuly fully garnteed guaranteed eqlal equal to toany toany I
any suit SUt on the market 10 1250 1250or I Ior
or 15 J JCHILDRENS
15CHILDRENS CHILDRENS SUITSo SUITSoVellmade SWTS0Wellmade
Wellmade nicely niey finished fnished garments that will wi stand the te wear wearand we weand wearand
and tear the little ltte fellows felows are bound to subject ubjec them to toPrices toPrices toPrices
Prices start at 125 125 up to 750 750Sizes 750Sizes 750Sizes
Sizes lip up to 18 years yearsHAYDBNS yearsHAYDENS years yearsHAYDENS
HAYDENS HOME OF OFI OFI1rt
I Hart Schaffner f Marx MarxCLOTHING arx arxI
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934 F and 527 and 529 Tenth Streets
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DESTROYED BY FIRE FIREStore FIREStore
Store S tore Reduced to Ruins at atCapitol atCapiol
Capitol Capiol Heights Md MdBOY hi hiBOY It1OY
BOY B BI OY HAS A NAEOW NAROW ESCAPE ESCAPEIlnl ESCAPECails
Knllw Ilnl I to Turn Trim Off 01 Gasoline GnJolne Flow nn anel anelJlghtec nriilligiited l lLighted
Lighted Jlghtec Slntch Start St rb Blazr DIIZtOOWItr DIIZtOOWItrot JlliztOtnller JlliztOtnllerof Owner
of Property Burned on OJ Foot Ilnot AVhlle AVhlleTrylnjf hUe hUeTrln
Trying Trln to Stem Flume Seen lila Dlntliictly nh nhtleU
tleU tliictly for 3Illut Jllc hllcs < Around AroundGeorge rounel rounelGerg
George Gerg yo y IMxiers Dxrs general eel stare ste at atCapitol atCpt atapitol
Capitol Cpt C apitol Height Heg Ma I was ws destroyed detry last lastnlgnt J
nl nlgnt n ight t by a lire which whh was W accidentally accidentallystarted acetUy acetUyHt accidentallytrtl
started Ht by b Harry Ran Adams Ada ten years lel old eldwho ol oldwho
who h was employed op in t the t tli store e The Tie less tosis lesss II III
is I I s estimated natt at 413 which lh is I covered coveredby coveredy
by b y insurance insuranceBixter lnurne lnurneDile insuranceBixter
Bixter Dile WHS s painfully PuUy burned 1nL on the th fool foolwhile fol folwblt footwhile
while wblt trying to stem the progress of the theflames thelames
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> te Pe te teme
flames f me bat bt he refused ret to t ge g to a boa hospital n boapetal ¬
petal tal and remained relnl at a the t store atce until untilthe unti untilhe
the tefre t he frame building biling and an Its It content cat had hadbeen hadbeen
been reduced reU to t smoldering alder ruin ruinBlxler ru ruins ruinsBtxlir
Blxler Bixle sent ent Adams Ada to t a a Fear er yard 7 to 1 fit fita db dba dlia
a bottle bUJt with wit gasoline JI The Td bid forgot forgotto farotto
to t turn o of off C the oil o and an started aU to t return returnto returno
to t t o the te store > re Then Te he b lighted J te a match mth to tosee tosee
see H i I if the te bottle btte was ll Cull fulLSnrrouiulcil CullSurrouuleel CulLSurrountleul
Snrrouiulcil by l Flnmei FlnmeiThe Illnme IllnmeTbe FlaniesThe
The flame me from fm the te match mtch ignited tgtte the thefumes theumes
fumes tum f umes and af in a few fey seconds s the te lad was wassurrounded
surrounded surwe by b names dme flames Adams da ran rn into Intothe
the th store storeas as Bixkrr Blxkr appeared appard in the yard yar yardBixIer
Bixler Bxle triad trto m I in vain vR to t stop s the Are d and andnarrowly d dnr
narrowly nr lf escaped being bng seriously iol8y burned burnedNe
Ne o 1 Chemical Chel Engine Engn Company Cop was wuft wassent I
sent ft to tl the te scene 8o but bt when the to ftremea fr81 drwenarrived
arrived arnd the te flames bad ba gained gin so much muchheadway ssuc ssucheadway
headway bdway that tbl the building butdlag could c not n he I Iraved
paved Jnd Flames Flmes leaped lep a hundred buBre feet tet in inthe Inth it itthe
the th aIr ir dr and an were seen for fo or miles me The Thebuilding Te Tebuiling Thebuilding
building builing was ws used use as a a grocery Sro store so a adrug ri riI
drug store and a poutoffice ptfce Policemen PolicemenC I
C C Parker Paktr D W Smith Sith and an J F C CNebb CXeb CNebb
Nebb Xeb of the Ninth precinct pracnct were sent sentto ient ientto sentto
to the the lire fre and aided in extinguishing the theflames theftames I Iflanies
flames flamesARRESTOF flaniesARREST
ARRESTOF ARREST OF PLUMBER PLUMBERREVIVES PLUMBERREVIVES PLUMBERI
REVIVES 40 THIRTIES THIRTIESCharles THiEVESCharles TiEVEUhailes I
Charles Hurley Is Accused A nsed of ofStealing oftea1iJlg I IStealiiig
Stealing Jewelry JewelryCharles JewellYCharles
Charles Hurley Hur twenty t ty years old a aplumber aplumber I
plumber living at 3238 rrpect rspct t avenue avenuenorthwest RovenueD I
northwest D who gained atrte4 newspaper Mijpa r note notoriety no o oriely C ¬
riety ioty through h his alleged dt d connection with witha withIftt whi ii
a mythical Iftt bka I fraternity known as the theForty thtForty th thForty C
Forty Thieves was u arrested Ilrr tecl yesterday yesterdayby YCi yesierilaby terday terdayby
by Detectives Dot Uvell OBrien and Sprinsroan on ona OCta oe oea
a charge harg of otp petit tlt larceny larcenylie arten artenHe
lie is accused of stealing a pair of cuff cuffbuttons cu cubuttons cul culbuttons < g
buttons and a scarf pin In set with a dia diamond cItamon4 dlimopel ¬
mond and sapphire from Ralph Gait Gaitroenilx G4IItmcmbt t tmember
member r of the firm of W M I Gait A t Co Cofeod C Cr Cofeed
feed r and flour dealers The stolen prop property propnty pr
erty which hleb is valued at more than HOD HODwas 1W i I
was W S found In Hurleys pockets after att r his hisarrest bisarre8t hi hiarrest S
arrest according to the notice It is al alleged alJeged nileged ¬
leged he committed the theft several severaldays secrald sevors sevorsdayS
days d ago when he gained a1ned entrance to toth tot t tI
th t Gall home hOme at 1390 N street north northwest northest nortlwest I ¬
west est to perform some 50m plumbing work workEdward workEdward
Edward dwarr1 Lewis Booker negro r twenty twentysix twentysl r
six sl years ears old giving his address addr s as asY tti ttiW 11Y Il
W Y street northwest was arrested yester yesterday vtlterda ¬
day da afternoon by Detectives s Wooden and andBurltngame aRdDurltngame an ci
Burltngame on the charge of being 1Mhl beingfugitive a afugitive aUllthc
fugitive from Justice A warrant charges chargesthat c chargethat eJ eJthat
that Booker stole tole clothing valued Iuoo at attrom DO DOfrom 1 1from
from one Harry Coopennan in Atlantic AtlanticCity AtiantiCity AtlantleCity
City on July Jul 27 27Detectives 7Detpctlvos 7 7Detectives
Detectives Barbee Bar o and Vermlllion ar arrested arreted at ¬
rested John Hargroves negro nineteen nineteenyears Ineteenars a
years ars old of 4O First street southwest aouth est eston t
on the charge of stealing clothing valued valueat Iued Iuedat d
at 18 from Samuel Rudolph cf IflS lO Sev Seventh Seyenth Se Seenth ¬
enth street northwest northwestPOTOMAC northwestPOTOrrAC northwestPOTOMAC
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3Icctliiff Ieetln of Season SenncinThe SeunllThe
The Potomac Club held Its first meeting meetingi ineetla g
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of the season last Tuesday evening Preai Preaident President I
dent Hoadley HOAdle presiding Mrs frs Florence FlorenceH Ftorencii e
H Bacon Mies H uss s Mabel Iahel C Diver Mrs MrsU Mi 1111 1111I
U I 4 J Y Wlthee ltheo Mrs Marguerite J JTullr JTull
Tally and Louis E It Relcnard were ad admltted admitted eelnutted I
mltted to membership membershipA
A committee was appointed to draft dniftsultnble dm1 dm1suitable t
suitable resolutions on the death of snail snailBo Sits SitsBoyce
Boyce Bo ce for many man years S an I active Roth and andvalud an anvalued
valued member of the club clubWilliam
William F Norris of the Department DeJMlrtmentOf it
of Justice Ju tlce formerly judge of the Court Courtof Corn Corne t I
of First Instance Philippine Islands Islamhpoke e
poke < on Our Filipino wards lie riedwelt liedwelt i1 C
dwelt on the th virtues and failings of the theFilipino thtFilipino U P
Filipino people and gave it as his belief i beLie beLiethat OU f ftoat
that under American rule and education wueatlonth educatlothey
they th y would progress to a very high state stateof tat tatof statof
of civilization civilizationMrs cfvlllzationrs civiligatlortMrs
Mrs rs Rosa L I Townshend gave 1e an ef effectlve e efective f ftecthe
fectlve piano rendition from II Trova Trovatore TrovatOl
tore tOl Mrs lfrs Maude R White pleased with withI wli wlia h
a contralto sol A May Morning lIornln with withMrs wit witMrs
Mrs Zula Pence P nce at aNbe ahe lhe piano plnnoand and for an a m mencore fl flI
encore sang Under the Rosa Refresh Refreshments Retrcahmcnts Refresimonte I ¬
monte were served servedThe servedThe 0 I
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The frills Crill mliii about fl UP throat throatonhied i i culled clapnrn clapnrncollars cl Ctan n ncollars ncollars
collars are very yer ery popular for young yOung girls tn S
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printed pr prth inted by us command the attention jttthe jtt jte t tthe
the th the e best people ple 1000 announcements with withenvelopes wtthonveJop withnvelo
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pictures vaudeville audeiII Call quick today todaySunday to toSundt todaySundayl
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TABLET FOR PORCOL COL BEALL BEALLHistoric BEALLUlstoric BEALLHistoric
Historic Ge CorItnnu rKftown Society Sudtr to 118111n II haiti haitiledieutiOn 1 1 1Dedication
Dedication n icit tlon Service ServiceA SerJccdedicatory Strv lee leededicatory
A dedicatory church service 8t > ri < baa been beenarranged MenIIrransed beenarranged
arranged for or the placing pldl1 of or a bioniC tab tablet tabtet tablet ¬
let by h th the Society of Colonial Wai Was to tothe tothe tothe
the ifeemery mOIi mer rI of Cot BeaU raUotee jisteot le of ofRock ofRock ofRock
Rock cf Dumbarton the tti present sue sue of ofGeorgetown orOeor ofGeorgetown
Georgetown Oeor ftown < on the terrace of 8t St Johns JofcasChurch JohnsChurch
Church In 0 street tr t betweem hfotw Thirty TWrtysecond J1dItysecond Thirtysecond
second sad Thirtythird streets streetsThe streetsTho I IThe
The serviceswlll take place pine next Sun Sunday SundAy Sueday ¬
day at 4 oclock The addreec of the oc occasion occastOn occaalbn ¬
casion will be made by Caleb cleat cleatgruder Ma Magruder Jgrtkwr
gruder Jr historian of the society tJ The Theinetgnia TheIlUIlgnla Theinsignia
insignia of the society will 11I be wonp by bythe bythe bythe
the members who will meet in the TW TWtry ftiItry yestry
try ofNthe church and march in a body bodyto bodyto bodyto
to the church churchMIIK charihMILK chaichMIL1
MILK PRODUCERS WILL MEET MEETTo METTo
To IHscusH 3H1U 111 QiiCNtioiiH Que tlon in Biecii Bieciitlve Xccutte ttcui ttcuitive
tlve Session SessionA
A meeting m tiJt of the milk producers rf rfMaryland tt1Iarland cCMaryland
Maryland and Virginia will be ii held ei at ll lloclock 11oc1ock itoclock
oclock Tuesday TveMa morning at atavenue ft Louisiana LouisianaH t I IMvt
H venue Mvt > nue It will be an executive session sessionand llllDnand sslonand
and the socatted milk queeiton evtwetaliy evtwetaliyrelating eal1yrlI1Unc ojitidailyrelating
relating to the th tuberculin t be uU test t will he heconsidered hecnmddered beconsidered
considered and a plan of aitfan 11 iloa decided AecMtedupon decidedripen l lupon
upon uponRepresentative uponRepretHmtlhf ripenRepresentative
Representative C C Cartin of Alex Alexandria AlexAndria Alexandria ¬
andria who recently r nn fliy appeared app a before th thDistrict the thprnF theTYtrict
District rnF rJt Commissioners is expected to at atteni
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