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V THE WASHINGTON HERALD WEDNESDAY WEJ > NESDAYNQVEMBER NOVEMBER 16 l 119lQ 19iQ t 3
Blankets and Bedwear BedwearJust
Just in the nick of time we place on sale a very special purchase of Blankets Bl nko and Bedwear Bedwearbought Bedwcarbought Bcdwcarbought
bought at much below the usual wholesale price and priced at a third and andmor more below the prevailing prevailingfigures prevailmgfigurcs prcvai1figfignies
figures Supply SupplyJ 6 Bedwear wants now from this underpriced list listGray listGray x xGray
Gray Blankets colored borders value 69c pair pair 41c 41cWhite 41cWhite 41cWhite
White and Gray Blankets value 90c pair e 69c 69cFancy 69cFancy 69cFancy
Fancy Plaid Blankets value 300 pair 198 198White 198White 198White
White and andGray Gray Woolnap oolnap Blankets Blanketsvalue walue 325 pair 269 269White 269White 269White
White Wool 114 Blankets value S400 400 pair 298 298White 298White 298White
White Wool Wool114 114 Blankets value 450 pair pairSilkolinpcovered S33 S33Silkolinpcovered 33 33Silkolinpcovered
Silkolinpcovered Comforts value S125 125 98c 98cSilkolinecovered 9BcSilkolinecovered 98cSilkolinecovered
Silkolinecovered Comforts t value 175 129 129TH i29THANKSGIVING
TH THANKSGIVING NKSGIVING LINENS
6STNCH GERMAN SATIN TABLE TABLEDamask TABLEDamask TABLEDamask
Damask in all the now designs Sells Sellsusually 4 4u8uafly
usually at 76o yard For today reduced reducedto 44 C
toe to
e I IALLLINEN FAlLLINEN
ALLLINEN TABLE COVERS SIZE SIZEx2 SIZEl SIZE13x2
l 13x2 x2 x yards yardsln In a large variety of new newlatterns newpatterns Q
patterns patterns all hemStltohed Selling at 1 19
225 25 6 each For a day dayFINE do doFINE daLFINB3
FINE TABLE DAMASK IN 2 3yard 2yard JA crt
yard ard lengths many new and attrao attractive attraotive ¬ lP 98
tive patterns Special Sp lal price each
5 PIECES FINE ALLLINEN IRISH IRISHSatin IRISHBaUn IRISHSatin
Satin Damask an effective range of t pat patterns
terns 70 Inches wide Values 110 and 79 C
125 Now NowIMPORTED NowIMPORTED 1 1IMPORTED
IMPORTED GERMAN SATIN MER MERcerlrod MERcerizod
cerlrod Table Napkins In many now pat patterns ¬ 98 98c C
terns size 20x20 20x 0 Sell at 139 13 dozen Now NowALLLINEN NowALLLI NowALLLINEN
ALLLINEN ALLLI EN HUCK TOWELS PLAIN
hem or hemstitched extra size soiling soilingat 25 25c C
at 33c and 39c Special price today toda
SOME FREAKS OF THE RECENT ELECTION
Expended Only Hot Air and Did Not NotGet NotGet NotBoston
Get Elected ElectedBoston EleotedBoston Electedxpended
Boston Nov li liExpended Expended hot air airreceived airrecolved aIrreceived
received the same szn s tt no O money either way waywas waywas waywas
was the return made today of election electionexpenses olootlonexpenses electionexpensea
expenses by Charles H S Robinson de defeated deteated defeated ¬
feated Republican candidate for State Statesenator SUltosenator Statecenator
senator He did not expaot to wUi ap apparently apparently apparently ¬
parently
STATES MUST COOPERATE GOOPERATEChairman COOPERATEChl11rmftn COOPERATEChairman
Chairman Knapp Pleads Jfor or Gofed GofedRailroad Go Gobdflnilroad 4 4Rnllroad
Railroad Administration AdministrationChairman AdmlnilltrntlonChairman tdmtnI8tratlOUChairman
Chairman Knapp of the Interstate InterstateCommerce InterstateCommerce InternthteCommerce
Commerce Commission told the members membersof
of the National Association of Railroad RailroadCommissioners RailroadCommlsslDners RailroadCommissioners
Commissioners hero yesterday that 1J 1f the theinterstate theIntorstate theinterstate
interstate and State commissloners commissioners did didnot didnot didnot
not cooperate cooperate to give the country good goodadministrations gooddmlnlstratlons goodadm1nitrations
administrations and protect the publlo publlofrom publlofrom publicfrom
from bad practices on the part of car carriers carrIers carriers ¬
riers there would be a demand for the thanationalization thonationalization thenationalization
nationalization of the railroads and an other otherpublloeervlce otherpublloservlce otherpublictiorvice
publloeervlce corporations corporationsTwenty corporationsTwenty corpornUoneTwenty
Twenty States were represented repr6s nted at the theopening theopening theopening
opening session 1 of the National Associa Association Aesoelation Assoclatlon ¬
tion Chairman Knapp delivered the ad address address addresz
dress of welcome welcomePresident wolcomePr welcomePreSIdent
President Pr ldent Martin S Decker ft 8 member memberof memberot memberof
of the New York State public service servicecommission servicecommission servicecommission
commission in his annual address advo advocated Jiaocated advocated ¬
cated uniform State laws lawfor for the regula regulation regulation regulation ¬
tion of infrastate traffic trafficThe trafficrho trafficThe
The association adopted a 8 report pro providing proldlnS providing ¬
viding ldlnS for the simplification of railroad railroadtarlCs raUroadtarlts railroadtariffs
tariffs The convention which is attend attended attendcod attendcd ¬
ed by seventyeight delegates from the thoStato theStato theState
Stato railway commissions will be In Insession Infes ineseIan
session fes lan three or four days daysEDUCATIONAL daysEDUCA daysEDUCAFIONAL
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With ith twenty other oth UMbers on the faculty facultyWASHINGTON facuItJWASHINGTON facultyWASHINGTON
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earner should bother with Tho edu education educaUon education ¬
cation you get at Strayers can bo boconverted boconv beconverted
conv converted ed into dollars and cents In Inany Inany inany
any office in this country Its It7 right rightto rIghtto rightto
to tho point practical sufficient sufficientPhone 8umclentPhoue sufI1IentPhone
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SEVENTEENTH S1VE TEE1 Tn SESSION S S8ION OlENS HEPT IS 191U 191ULarca 19100LelEt sio sioLa
Larca La hospital and clinic dlnJ New building era aeaICmpletfI1 erarcnp9ely ecacompletely
completely rcnp9ely tquf eu1pped opcnUq aed cJIDleal rooau
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WUITB von r CATALOO CATALOOACCOUNTANCY CArAthO000UNTANOY
ACCOUNTANCY INSTRUCTION INSTRUCTIONPrepsrine INSTRUOTIONPlt INSTRU OTTO N
C Prepsrine Plt Sr1 I for C P A At degree and professional ca career carter cuccc ¬
reer Washington School of Accountancy AcoolUlta C7 conducted conductedby conducttdby couductetiby
by Y M Me C A laiUtute solicits personal confer conference cooet cooetence cvnfecues ¬
ence with prospectiTe students Indlridual instruc instruction itltructon Inetructicu ¬
ton pita permits enrollments at any time t1m Address AddressDirector AddruDirector AddreaPfrectcnW4SHINGTON
Director PfrectcnW4SHINGTON WASHINGTON SCHOOL OP ACCOUNT ACCOUNTANCY COOU T TANCY ¬
ANCY 1735 l CUt Q t tiC
Spent Four Cents According to Ac Account Aocount Account ¬
count Jiled Yiledby Fn d by b Candidate CandidateNorth CandidateNorth CandidateNorth
North Attleboro Mass Nov 15 15Se 15Selectm11u 15Selectman Se Selectman ¬
lectman John Devlin a Democrat whowas who whowas whowas
was beaten by seventythree 9 votes vote for forRepresentative forRepresntaUve forRepresentative
Representative expended 6 < pended just 4 cents to tomake tomake tomake
make his wonderful run In a Republican Republicandistrict Republicandistrict Republicandistrict
district The money was expended e pended in insending InSt1ndlng Insanding
sending out two political letters He filed filedhis filedhis filedhis
his account today
CALLS GRAND JURY JURYIN JURYIN JURYll
IN ll SENK HENK CASE CASEProsecutor CASEProsecutor CASEProsecutor
Prosecutor Handlau Takes TakesSensational TakesSensationaJ TakesSensational
Sensational Step StepWITNESSES StepWITNESSES StepWITNESSES
WITNESSES TAMPERED WITH WITHDetectives WITHDetectives WITEDetectirec
Detectives In Employ of Defense De enle Ac Accused Accused Acceased ¬
cused of Trying to Swerve Prose Prosecutions Proltecutlons Prosecations ¬
cutions Evidence and Preliminary PreliminaryHearings PrellmlnaryJIearingl PreliminaryI1earIng
Hearings Will 1l1 Now Be Ruhed RuAhedo RuAhedoAdditional No NoAdditional o oAdditIonal
Additional Arrest Expected ExpectedWheeling ExpectedWheo1lng ExpectedWheeling
Wheeling W Va Nov 15 15The The Laura LauraParnsworth LauraFarnsworth LauraFarnsworth
Farnsworth Schenk case took a sensa sensational senmtlonal aensational ¬
tional turn today when Prosecuting At Attorney Attorney Attornoy ¬
torney J H Handlan Hn lan requested Judga JudgaJordan JudgaJordan JudgeJordan
Jordan of the Criminal Court to call a aspecial aspecIal aspecial
special session of the Ohio County grand grandJury grandjury grandjury
Jury Orders were Issued immediately immediatelyand Immediatelyand Immediatelyand
and summons for the grand jurors will willbe willbe willbe
be served by deputy sheriffs sheriffsThe sherlrtsThe sheriffsThe
The reason for a special session of oftho otthe
tho grand Jury is that various important importantwitnesses Im Importantwitnesses rtant rtantwltne55
witnesses wltne55 5 for the State are being tam tarnpered tampered tampered
pered with by detectives in the employ of ofMrs QtMrs f fMrs
Mrs Schenk We desire to got the evi evidences e1dences cvidences ¬
dences of these material witnesses as assoon assoon assoon
soon as possible said the prosecutor prosecutorBehind prosooutorDehlnd proseeutorTiebind
Behind Closed Door DoorTbo DoorTbG DooraThe
The session of the grand jury will bo bobehind bob bebehind
behind b hlnd closed doors and it is understood understoodthat understoodthat understoodthat
that about twenty witnesses will be sum summoned summoned suminoned ¬
moned Those include the chemists from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the Johns John Hopkins Hospital at Baltimore Baltimoreand Baltimoreand Baltimoreand
and the University of Virginia These Theseare Theseare Theseare
are the men who made an analysis ot the thelithla theuthla thelithia
lithia water and found arsenic In tt ttThe ltThe t tThe
The calling of the special grand Jury Jurymeans jurymeans jurymeans
means that the preliminary hearing of ofMrs orMrs ofMrs
Mrs Schenk who Is charged with the theattempt theattempt theattempt
attempt of poisoning her millionaire hus husband husband busband ¬
band will be held tomorrow or Thurs Thursday Thursdn Thuraday ¬
day dn At the preliminary hearing the State Statewill Statew11l Statewill
will only introduce enough evidence to tomake tomako tomake
make a probable case against the woman womanAttorneys womanAttornes womanAttorneys
Attorneys for Mrs Schenk say they are areready areroady areready
ready and willing to have ha va the preliminary preliminaryhearing preliminaryhearing preliminaryhearing
hearing take place at any time now nowSleuth nowSleuth nowSleuth
Sleuth ShndoiVM Sleuth SlcnthThat SleuthThat SlenthThat
That there will be no additional arrests arrestsin arrestsIn arrestsin
in the case is the general opinion and andalthough andalthough andalthough
although Prosecutor Handlan did not say sayso sayso sayso
so he Indicated as much He stated statedthere statedthere statedthere
there was no doubt m in the world that Mrs MrsSchenk MraSchenk MrsSchenk
Schenk would be convicted Rather an anamusing anamu51nb anamusing
amusing feature is the shadowing of the thedetectives thedetectives thedetecUves
detectives hired by one side by the thesleuths thesleuths i isleuths
sleuths of the other About every one in inany inany
any way connected with the matter is isbeing isbeln isbeing
being beln trailed trailedby by a detective detectiveTHEATER detectiveTHEATER detectiveTHEATER
THEATER GIVES PROCEEDS PROCEEDSFight PROCEEDSFjgbt PROCEEDSPight
Fight to o Save Playgrounds Going GoingSteadily GoingStetdllY GoingStedily
Steadily StetdllY Forward ForwardThe Forwart1The ForwardThe
The fight to save the t e playgrounds is go goIns goIng going
Ing forward with vigor and the progress progressbeing Jrogressbeing progressbeing
being mado Is steady and sure The sum sumnow sumnow sum sumnow
now totals 22S5 2 a trifle under half of ofthe otthe ofthe
the 5000 necessary nece neceary hry to maintain them for forth torth13 fortim
th tim coming year yearThe yearThe yearThe
The Royal Theater devoted its entire entirereceipts enUrereceipts entirereceipts
receipts last evening to the Columbia ColumbiaHeights ColumbiaHeights ColumbiaHeights
Heights playgrounds pla grounds and as the attend attendance attendllJIC8 attendanee ¬
ance was extremely large a large sum sumwas sumwas sumwas
was netted The largest subscription yes yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
terday was a check for 5100 100 from Mrs MrsClara MrsClara MrsClara
Clara S Hay Ha wife of former Secretary Secretaryof
of State John Hay Others who ho sub subscribed subscribed subscribed ¬
scribed were Judge A R Mullowny 1 1Mrs 1Mrs 1Mrs
Mrs William Vl1liamD D Hoover 5 Mrs Nar Narcissa Nari Narclsa
i cissa Owen 6 and H G M 2 2S 2I 2S
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i S S Institute In tltute Holds Meeting MeetingThe Meeting1he MeetingVhe
> The Sunday School Institute Diocese of ofWashington ofWashlng ofWashingOn
Washington Washlng on last night held Its regular regularmonthly regularmonthly regularmonthly
monthly i meeting at a the Church of the theEpiphany thoEplphan theEpiphany
Epiphany Elias S Hutchinson secretary secretarypresiding secretarypresIding secretarypresidiii
presiding presIding S E Kramer and nd Rev G GFreeland GFreeland G1ree1and1
Freeland P Peter ter spoke respectively on onThe onThe onThe
The interests II1terests of the child and The TheSunday thoSunday rheSunday
Sunday schools and the diocese
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Included a lemon in His Election ElectionExpenses ElectionExpenses ElectionExpenses
Expenses ExpensesAlbany ExpensesAlbany ExpensesAlbany
Albany N Y Nov No 16 16In In his state statement statoanent statemeat ¬
anent of election expanses Representative Representativeelect R Representativeelect presentaUve presentaUveelect
elect Theron Akin who defeated Repre Representative RePresentaUv8 Reprosentative ¬
sentative Drury DruQj Includes this Item hemTo ItemUTo Item1o
UTo To Mechanicsville grocer for lemon lemoncents lemoncents I Icents
cents centsTho centsTho centsThe
Tho statement does not cay for what whatuse whatuse whatuse
use the lemon was bought
VISITS JUSTICE UpE HUGHES HUGHESAttorney HUGHESAttorney EtTGKESAttorney
Attorney General O3IalIey Also Call Callat GallaI Calicat
I at War ar Department DepartmentAttorney DeparhnentAttorney DepartmentAttorney
Attorney General QMallery of New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York called on Associate Justice Charles CharlesE CharlesEo
E Eo Hughes lgbDS yesterday It was tsrenortml tsrenortmlthat 3s reported reportedthat eportadthat
that Mr tr OMalley wanted to talk with withJustice withJustice withJustice
Justice Hughes In regard to the attack attackbeing attackbeing attackbeing
being made upon the t o legality of the 1907 1907reapportlonment 1907reapportionment
I reapportionment in New York State but butthis butthis
this was not confirmed hore His visit visitwas visitwas visitwas
was merely incidental incidentalHis IncidentalIlls incklentalHia
His purpose purJlO In coming to Washington Washingtonwas
was to confer with Secretary I or War WarDickinson WarDickinson WarDloklnson
Dickinson In regard to steps that tho
State of o New York must take before the
War Department will prooe pro proceed d with the theconstruction theconstruction
construction of proposed locks and dams damson damson damson 1
on the th Upper Hudson where the Erie Erieand Erieand Erieand
and Champlain canals enter that river i
Frederick C Stevens superintendent of ofpublio ofpublic I
public works of New York State accom accompanied accoml accompanled ¬
panied the attorney general to the War WarDepartment WarDepartment i
Department DepartmentBEAZIL DepartmentBRAZIL
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BRAZIL TO REORGANIZE ARMY ASLTTPresident ARMYIresidcnt
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President da Fonacca Declares for forXatlonnl forXatlollal forNational
National Development DevelopmentRio
Rio de Janeiro Nov 15 liThe The Inaugural Inauguraladdress Inauguraladdres Inauguraladdress
address issued by President de Fonseca Fonsecaafter Fonsecaatter Fonsecaalter
after a declaration of Tim 1 1n determination determinationto
to do his utmost utrn st to develop tho country countrymorally countrymoraIly countrymorally
morally and materially depreciates in innovations InnoatIons innovations ¬
novations In finance as dangerous He Hewill HewUl lIewill
will therefore therptore adhere to the policy of
his predecessors strengthening the sink sinkpaper sinkIng sinkIng
Ing and guaraptee tunys fun ls withdrawing withdrawingp withdrawingpaper
paper p per money m ll irfaccordanco accordance with the law lawof lawot lawof
of 1863 18f and reducing expenditure expenditureHe
He declares that it is necessary to keep
th the naval squadron always in commis commission commls81on commission ¬
sion and expresses tho conviction that thatwhen thatwhen thatwhen
when the army is reorganized Brazil will
be a strong military nation nationMOROCCO nationOROCCO nation1OROCCO
MOROCCO OROCCO YIELDS TO SPAIN SPAINWill SPAINWill SPAINWill
Will Pay Hcavr Heav Indemnity and Also AlsoCede AbaCede AlsoCede
Cede Territory TerritoryMadrid TerritoryMadrId TerritoryMadrid
Madrid Nov 15 16The The negotiations be between between betweon ¬
tween Spain and andIorocco Jlorocco orocco growing out outof outof outof
of the war with the Moroccan tribes tribesmen tribesmen tribesmuon ¬
men have been concluded In addition additionto
to paying Ing 5n n Indemnity of 65000000 pestasMorocco pestasMorocco pestas pestasMorocco
Morocco cedes to Spain the territory territorywithin territorywithin thrrltomywithin
within a radius of sixteen miles of the theSpanish theSpanish theSpanish
Spanish settlement or Melllla which is issix Issix issix
six miles further than the Spanish army arnlyoccupied arnyoccupied
occupied during the war Spain will willalso v1l1 v1l1alsoostnbJlsh ill illalso
also alsoostnbJlsh establish customs houses at Melllla Mellllaand Melilloand Meliliaand
and Coutn CoutnThis CoutnThIs CoutoThis
This settlement which wl ch Is so favorable favorableto
to Spain is likely to greatly strengthen strengthenthe strengthenthe strengthenthe
the Canalejas government governmentPOULKETO governmentFOULXE overnmentFOULKE
POULKETO FOULKE TO HEAD 1E D LEAGUE LEAGUEDelegate LEAGUEDelegate LEAGUEDelegatec
Delegate to National Municipal MunicipalConvention MunicipalConvention UunlclpalConvention
Convention Hear Nomination XoJUlnatJonaButralo NominationiBuffalo NominationBuffalo
Buffalo Nov 15 15Charles Charles J Bonaparte Bonaparteof Bona arte arteor
or Baltimore presided for the last time timens timens timeas
ns president of the National Municipal MunicipalLeague MunicipalLeague MunicipalLeague
League at this mornings session at the theIroquols theIroquois theIroquois
Iroquois Hotel After the delegates lis listened IIst hatened ¬
tened t ned to a few reports of tho officers Mr MrBonaparte MrBonaparte MrBonaparte
Bonaparte turned the chair over to Har Harvey Harey lIarvey ¬
vey ey S Chase and the report of the nomi nominating nomlnaUng nonminating ¬
nating committee was read These officers officerswere omeerswere oiflcerswere
were elected electedPresident electedPresident electedPresident
President William Dudley Foulke t Of OfRiohmond > f fRichmond fRichmond
Richmond Ind vice Iae presidents Horace HoraceE
E Doming of New York H D W WEnglish WEnglish WEnglish
English of PIttsburg A Lawrence LawrenceLowell LawrenceLowell LawrenceLowell
Lowell of Harvard University Unlerslt George GeorgeMcAneny Georgel1C GeorgeMeAneny
McAneny l1C nen of Now York Charles Charl s E Mer Merriam Merriam Merilam
riam of Chfergo Charles Richardson Rlchar son of ofPhlladelphlj otPhU ofPhiladehphlind
Phlladelphlj PhU Philadehphlind delPhl ind nd Thomas N Strong of ofPortland orPorUand o oPortland
Portland O g Treasurer George Burn Burnham Burnham Burnham
ham jr of Philadelphia and secretary secretaryn
Clinton n R Woodruff of Philadelphia PhiladelphiaTHASS36HH53E Phlladelphlawmu PhiladelphiaTEANKSGIVIG
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lie Held lIeldl Indications Arc that ltnt So SocinliKtM Soelu1l8t8 Socialists
cinliKtM Aspire lllre to UiiKcnt ull eht Present PresentHead lreenthead Jrefumt Jrefumtlend
Head head lend of Labor In America AJUelleuGo AJUelleuGo1Iadley AmericztGoviladley Gov Govllndley
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St St Louis Nov Notwithstanding aNotwithstandingdenials ILNotwithstanding ILNotwithstandingdenials Notwithstandingdenials
denials by b several of tho Socialist leaders leadersIn leaders leadersIn leadersin
In the convention of the American Fed Federation Fedcrntton Fedoration ¬
oration of Labor today that no fight is isbeing 11 11being isbeing
being made on President Gompers In an aneffort aneffort ancff
effort cff rt to elect a Socialist Spola st as his suc successor successor suecessor ¬
cessor there is every av ry Indication of It ItIt It ItIt itIt
It was learned through an authoritative authoritativesource auUloritatlveIource authoritativesource
source that the Socialists Socl lsts had arranged for forholding forholding forholding
holding a caucus late this week at which whichwill wl whichwill ch chwill
will be outlined plans for action Max MaxHayes MaxHayes MaxHayes
Hayes of Cleveland Victor L Bergers Bergerscandidate Bergerscandidate lergerscandidate
candidate for the presidency of the Fed Federation Fedoration ¬ 1 1eraUon
oration admitted he had heard that such sucha
a caucus would bo hold Hayes said ho howould howould howould
would not have tha position if offered tohim to tohim tohim
him but that John Walker or Frank FrankHayes FrankHayes FrankHayes
Hayes both miners and Socialists would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be capable of rendering a good account accountof accountot accountof
of themselves themselvesGov themselvesGov themselvesGov
Gov Hadloy was given prolonged ap applause applause applauso ¬
plause today at the close of his address addressin
in which ho criticised tho courts and up upheld upheld upheld ¬
held Col Co Roosevelts policies Gov Had Hadley Hadley Hadlay
ley said Missouris antitrust law was wasframed wastramed wasframed
framed by b himself based upon a little littleteteatete UttJeteteatete littletoteatete
teteatete ho hodenjoyed ha enjoed with John D DRockefeller DRookefeller DRockefeller
Rockefeller although the basis upon uponwhioh uponwhloh uponwhich
which It was planned lannd and mapped out did didnot didnot didnot
not agree with Rockefellers principles principlesThe prIncIplesThe principlesThe
The governor declared that If a large largenumber largenumber largenumber
number of f judges and lawyers were wereeliminated welaellmlnated wereelimInated
eliminated many cases growing tOut out of ofthe otthe ofthe
the injury of employes could be more moreamicably moreamicably moreamicably
amicably adjusted he contending that thatfrom thattrom thatfrom
from all surface Indications the Inter Interests interests intereats ¬
ests of the Judges laid with property propertyInstead propertyInstead propertyinstead
Instead of Individual right Gov Go Had Hodley HadIe Hadley
ley Ie upheld Rooevelt and his policies policiesFollowing pollc1osollowing policiesFollowing
Following this he declared that while the theAmerican theAm theAniurIean
American Am rlcanl citizen should havo no right to topass toPfUlS topass
pass criticism upon Judges engaged in intrying Intrying intrying
trying caste cas S while the latter ware were on ontrial ontrial ontrial
trial they were ere entitled to the right of offreely ottroely offroely
freely expressing themselves either fa favorably tavorably favorably ¬
vorably or unfavorably untavorabl toward the trial trialjudge trialJudge trialjudge
judge after the decision had been ren rendered rendered rcadered ¬
dered
Ilndler Get Gets Ovation OvationGov OVItUonGov OvationOov
Gov Hadldy was applaudsh appiaude1 ten minutes minuteswhen minuteswhen minuteswhen
when ho closed his speech before any at attention attention attentlon ¬
tention wag xpald paid to the th constant n tant ham hammorlne hammorlnJ hammorIn
morlne morIn of the gavel by President Gom Gompers Gompors Gempets ¬
pets persThe porsTbe petsThe
The report TlV < llt of the executive council was wasread wasrOILd wasroad
read Many reco recommendations UQood Uons were mado madoamong madoamong madeamong
among which was a a suggestion that farm farmers firm firmers 4trmera ¬
ers throughout the country eountr form alliances alliancesor
or unions the result of which the union unionists unionists unionIsis ¬
ists would demand di snd and use only their theirproducts tholrproduots theirproducts
products It was 8 recommended that the thecommittee thecommittee thecommittee
committee on conservation of national nationalresources natlonnresources nationalresources
resources be continued and that a dele delegate de1egato dalegate ¬
gate be selected by the delegates in at attendance attendance attendance ¬
tendance to reprOient reprasent the Federation of ofLabor atLabor ofLabor
Labor at the International labor unions unionsat j
at Budapest next August AugustReoontmnondation AugustRecommendation I
I Recommendation was also made that thatthis thdthIs thatthis
this delegat be instructed to sign ar artlclos arUclos artides
tides of agreement with tho International Internationalsecretary Internationalsecretary I Isecretary
secretary in Budapest the effect of which whichwould whichwould hleh hlehWould
would be to Immediately imme lately notify the sec secretary 8eoreta seoretary ¬
retary reta of the federation in this country countryot j jof
of any strike or labor dispute so laboring labormSmen laboringmen j
men would not b be deceived into accepting acceptingpositions acceptingpoaltlons acceptingpositions
positions away awa from home homeliny borne3I1l home3it
liny 3I1l Build in Wnahinffton WnahinfftonIt Vn VashlngtonIt hlnJion hlnJionIt
It was also recommended that thatan an office officebuilding officebuilding OIh1ebuilding
building in Washington D Cf C be b con constructed constructed constructed ¬
structed by the federation for Its own ownuse ownuse ownuse
use as well as the renting of a certain certainnumber certainnumb certainnumber
number numb or of offices to business and pro professional professional j
fessional men Funds with which to tocarry tocarr tocarry
carry carr oa thIs work were also asked to tob tobe j
be b arranged for forA torA forA
A groat batch of resolutions was of offered offaroo offerod ¬
fered this aft aftrnon rnon rnotm and filed led with the thecommittee thecommittee thecommittee
committee Among these was ono by
Charles D Wheeler of Chicago for the theappointment theappointment theappointment
appointment of a committee to ask Pres President PresIdent PresWent ¬
ident Taf Tart t to revoke tho order Issued by b btormer
former President Pre ident Roosevelt to the effect effectthat etectthat effectthat
that all civil service Bervi employes be pro prohibited prohibIted prohibited ¬
hibited from petitioning tho National NationalCongress NationalCongr NationalCongress
Congress Congr 88 for certain legislation also alsofrom alsotrom alsofrom
from passing any character of criticism criticismOP
OP 01 any an department of the national gov govermnent govrmnent govOrnieflt
ermnent and providing Immediate j Idls Idlsmissal dis dismissal dismissal ¬
missal from the service as the penalty for forviolation forIolatlon forviolation
violation violationGYPSY IolatlonGYPSY j jGYPSY
GYPSY QUEENS BODY ARRIVES ARRIVESFather ARRIVESFather ARRIVESFather
Father Refuses to Givp GIT Information InformationAliout IntornlaUonAbout InformationAbout
About Funeral Pinna PinnaSZndLl
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Special to The WashiKgUm Wuhmt Herald HeraldBaltimore HerakBatlmore HerzldBatimore
Baltimore Md ld Nov 16 1 15The The body of ofJessie ofJe8sl ofieasi
Jessie Habersham Michele wife of ofGypsy otGIS ofGypsy
Gypsy GIS King Jorgas Michele heiress to tothe tothe tothe
the valuable estate of her father and a adescendant adeseendant adescendant
descendant of Francis Scott Key Ke who whodied whodied whodied
died suddenly last Saturday In a Cin Cincinnati CIncInnati Ciacinnati ¬
cinnati hospital arrived here this after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon noonIt noonIt noonIt
It has been left in charge of a local un undertaker undertaker andertaker ¬
dertaker but the father of the girl A AW AW AW
W Haborsham who accompanied the thebody thehody thebody
body here could not be located tonight tonightHe tonightHo tonightHe
He gave directions to the undertaker not notto notto
to say a wod to any anyone one about the re remains remains remains ¬
mains or their disposition Even the therelatives therelathcs therelatives
relatives of the girl In this city and An Annapolis Annapolis Annapohis ¬
napolis know nothing of the plans for forthe forthe forthe
the funeral funeralMrs funeralMrs funeralMrs
Mrs Habersham the stepmother of the thegypsy thegpsy thegypsy
gypsy queen and who is living apart apartfrom apartfrom apartfrom
from her husband tQday offered to give givoup giveup giveup
up a part of her lot in Ixmdon Park ParkCemetery ParkCemetery ParkCemetery
Cemetery for the burial of the girl Mrs MrsHabersham MrsHabeIsham MrsHabersham
Habersham stated that she would attend attendih attendtl attendthunera1
ih tl thunera1 v < uneral no matter whether she is isasked Isasked Isasked
asked or not While I was a mother to toher toher toher
her I learned to love her said she sheand I5heand sheand
and indeed it would be a sorrowful In Incident IncIdent incident ¬
cident if I was not allowed to see Jessie Jessieplaced Jessieplaced Jessieplaced
placed in her last resting place placeCHILD placeCHILD placeOBILD
CHILD ENDS ENSHERI1PE ENSHERI1PESMotlLcr HER LIFE IIFEMother LIFEUlotltcr
Mother Call 3Ie Says Tonyeai Tonyeaiold Tetyearold Tenyearold
old Girl and Shoots Herself HerselfPhiladelphia Her HerselfPhiladelphia eIt eItPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Nov 15 15Mother Mother calls callsme callsme callsrue
me I must go to mother soon said ten tenyearold tenyearold tenyearold
yearold Harriet Owens last Saturday SaturdayHer SaturdayHer SaturdayHor
Her mother died four years ago Today Todayshe Todayshe Todayshe
she again heard the Imagined call and andono andona andone
ono shot from a revolver In her home
2107 East Arizona street sent Harriet to toher toher toher
her mother motherThe motherThe motherThe
The Owens family was a B happy one oneconsisting oneconsisting oneconsisting
consisting of the father William who is isa Isa Isa
a laborer his wife and two children Har Harriet Harriet Haynet ¬
riet and William jr Then came cameday the t tsad tsadda sad sadday
day da when the wife and mother died diedLittle diedLittle diedLittle
Little Harriet again said today My Mymother Mymoth Mymother
mother moth wants me Then she slipped slippedaway sUppednway slippedaway
away and reaching her home Jook took out outher outher outher
her treasures the flowers from her h J moth mothers mothC1S mothCts ¬
ers coffin and surrounding herself with withthem withthem withthem
them took her father revolver and fired firedthe firedthe firedthe
the fatal shot shotMonument shot1Uonnment shotMonument
Monument Erected io Pence PenceChattanooga PenceChattanooga PenceChattanooga
Chattanooga Nov 15 15On On the summit summitof summit summitot summitof
of Lookout Mountain the monument monum nl to toPeace toPeace toPeace
Peace erected by b the State of New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York was dedicated this morning The Theaddresses Theaddresse Theaddresses
addresses were made by G Qin n Daniel E ESickels ESIckels EStekels
Sickels who presented the monument to tothe tot tothe
the t e United States and MaJ W J4 J Col Colburn Colburn Colburn
burn secretary of the Chickamauga Park ParkCommission ParkCQmmlsslon ParkCommission
Commission who accepted It ie
EXPLOSIVE EXPLSlVE GELATIN GELATINHAS G GELATINI LA TIN TINHAS
I HAS GREAT G EAT ENERGY ENERGYContinued ENERGYCutlquetl ENERGYC
Continued C umtinuett from Page One Onegelatin Ouegollltin Onegelatin
gelatin were ignited against the monitor monitorin
in an unconfined condition The purpose purposeof purposeof
of the th experiment was to determine tho thoforce thoforce M Mtorce
force of a highpower r explosive ploslvc Ignited IsnftidIn IgnltdIn IgnitedIn i
In nn unconfined condition against agZ1In t nrjnor nrjnorplate lltmOrpinto akmorplate
plate plateThe pintoThe plateThe
The Puritan was anchored in the New Newport Newport Newport ¬
port News N Nw wa middle mld le ground near whore the theMonitor theronltr timeMonitor
Monitor and Merrlmac fought their th lr his historical hletodeal historical ¬
torical duel fortyeight tort Ieight years ago She Shewas Shewas Shewas
was placed pUt ecl In about eighteen feet of ofwater otlter ofwater
water lter SQ4hat filQj at salvage operations could couldbe coulduf couldlie
be uf performed pertorme easily The first nr5t charge chargewas char chargewas e ewas
was placed utfon a small wooden shelf shelfin sheHIn shelfIn
in the side of the turret turretCapt turretCapt turretCapt
Capt A M t Knight president of the thespecial thespecial thespecial
special ordnance board b rd who had charge cbargaof ChalII8ot chargeof
of the test had the duty of punching punchinga
a small ma1J hole ho e in the explosive with a alead alead alead
lead pencil p ncll to permit the introduction introductionof
of the fuse Electric wires were run for forward forward forward ¬
ward to a position on tho berth deck deckwhere doekwhere dockwhere
where the firing switch was placed placedAfter placedrter placedAfter
After rter completing all preparation Capt CaptKnight CaptKnIght CaptKnight
Knight went forward on the Puritan to toset loset toset
set off ot the charge Suddenly thor there was wasa wasa wasa
a a thunderous report reportWhen reportWhen reportWhoa
When the cloud of yellow smoke lifted liftedfrom 11ttedtrom liftedfrom
from the Puritan the damage to the tur turret turret turret ¬
ret was apparent to the spectators who whowere whowerc whowere
were about roo yards away on the naval navaltug navaltug navaltug
tug Wahnota WahnotaProves WahnotaProves WahnotaProven
Proves More Damaging DamagingAfter DnmnglngAtter DamagIngAfter
After a short Inspection of the damage damageto d mage mageto
to the turret Capt Knight nlght prepared a asecond asecond asecond
second charge which was placed on the thearmor tllenrmor thearmor
armor belt Just above the water line lineThis lineThis lineThis
This charge was fired In the same way wayand wayand wayand
and was more damaging and at the thesame thesnme thesame
same time more spectacular than the thefirst thefirst thefirst
first A sheet of water WM w blown up upInto upinto upInto
Into the air The concussion and noise noisewere noisewere noisewere
were terrific Capt Knlgrft said that It Itfelt Itfelt itfelt
felt like an earthquake earthquakeimmediately earthquake1mmedlately earthquakeimmediately
immediately after the explosion tho thoPuritan thoPuritan timePuritan
Puritan began to settle She has a draft draftof draftot draftof
of 48 iS feet and she was as anchored In only onl
19 feet of water She settled down to tothe tothe tothe
the bottom rapidly and her quarter deck deckwas deckwas deckwas
was soon awash awashOne a awashOne wnsh wnshOne
One of the most remarkable features of ofthe otthe ofthe
the test was the fact that thereat and andchickens andchickens andchickens
chickens In the turret were uninjured uninjuredThey uninJuredThey uninjuredThey
They were placed Inside the turret at Mr MrIshama MrI MrIshams
I Ishams request to determine the effect effect0f etoctlot effectof
lot 0f the concussion on live animals After Afterthe Afterthe Afterthe
the explosion a Jackie was sent into the theturret theturret theturret
turret to see how they had fared The Thechickens Th Thchickens Thechickens
chickens did not seem to mind it at all allThe allThe allThe
The cat however was not satisfied at atbeing athelng atbeing
being offered up as a a sacrifice to naval navalscience navalseloneo navalscience
science and was voicing his disapproval disapprovalIn
In feline howl The crated chicken chickenwere chlckenawore chickenswore
wore placed on the deck near the after afterturrat afterturr6t afterturret
turret and within BO feet of the second secondexplosion secondoxplosfon secondexplosion
explosion Their presence In so o dan dangerous d dngerous < < n ngerous ¬
gerous a place pae WAS apparently forgotten forgottenfor torgottenfor forgottenfor
for they were not removed before the sec second IOCon eecond ¬
ond on charge was Ignited Although within withinabout withinabout withinabout
about 80 0 feot of the second explosion they theywere theywere theywere
were not hurt The test was a revelation areveIationto revelationto
to ordnance officers for they the did not ex expect expect cxpact ¬
pect tho explosion to develop such great greatdestructive greatdestnactlve greatdestructive
destructive energy energyTake energyTake energyTake
Take Time for Impairing ImpairingTh npnlrlngThe RepairingThe
Th The department was so s < i confident COI1 dent that thatthe thatthe thattime
the Puritan would not be dnmagejj dnrnage4 dnmage that thatIt thatt thatit
It t had planned to turn the vessel 6v OvSr er r to tothe tothe tothe
the Maine militia shortly It will prob probably probably probably ¬
ably be several months beforeshe Is re repaired repaired repaired ¬
paired pairedMr pairedMr pairedMr
Mr Isham was satisfied with the gen general general gencml ¬
eral result of the test especially with the thewaterline thewaterUne thewaterline
waterline explosion In the turret test testMr testMr testMr
Mr Isham said the charge had not de developed developed developed ¬
veloped Its full force Capt Knight and andother nudother andother
other ordnance exports admitted that the theexplosive Uteexploslye theexplosive
explosive developed far greater destruc destructive destrucUve destructire ¬
tire energy e fJrgy than they expected They Theyclaimed Theyolnlmed Theyclaimed
claimed however that the type of 1S 1SInch l lInch 1inch
Inch shell now us UHd uas d by b the navy na would wouldhave wouldhave wouldhave
have developed deelop greater explosive power powerthan powerthan I Ithan
than a 12Inch sh shell ll of Mr Ishams gel gelatin gelaUn gelnUn ¬
nUn C CWhoa
atinWhen
When rhon the Puritan Is docked at the Nor Norfolk Nortnlk Norfolk ¬
folk Navy Na Yard an exhaustive examina examination oxamlnatlon examination ¬
tion will be made to determine the ex extent cxtent ¬
tent of tho damage A special 5P c1al report reportwill reportwill
will 111 be made to the Navy Department on onthe onthe onthe
the test by b the special board on naval navalordnance na1ordnance navalordnance
ordnance which Is composed of Capt CaptKnight CaptICnlght CaptlCnight
Knight president Lleat Commander It ItH RH 11H
H Jackson and Professor of Mathe Mathematics MathematlC3 Mathemattes ¬
mattes Philip H Algftr AlgftrA AlgerA AJgerA
A large l rge party of officers came from fromWashington tromWashIngton fromWashIngton
Washington to witness the tests Among Amongothers Amongothers Amongothers
others were Rear Admiral N E Mason Masonchief Masonchlci Masonchief
chief of the Bureau of Ordnance or the thaNavy theNavy
Navy Department Chief Consirctor R RM RM BM
M Watt and Brig Gen Arthur Murray Murraychief Murraycble Murraychief
chief of Coast Artillery ArtilleryFigures ArtllleryFigures ArtilleryFigures
Figures from NCTV ew York and Ohio OhioAlbany OhioAlbaD OhioAlbany
Albany AlbaD Nov o 15 15The The latest figures give giveDix gteDix gIveDix
Dix O31G 31G over Sthnson Official figures figureswill tlguroswill figureswill
will not be ready for a month monthColumbus monthColumbus monthColumbus
Columbus Ohio Nov 15 15Go Gov liar Harmons Rarmons liarmons ¬
mons plurality In the State by unofficial unofficialcomplete unofficlaIcomplete unofficialComplete
complete returns Is about 100916 100916Appointed 100 100AIlllolnte1 1000WAppointed
Appointed Georgetown Agent AgentSpecial AgentSpeelnl AgentSpecisi
Special ta t The Washington Herald HeraldBaltimore HenIdBaltimore HeraldBaltimore
Baltimore Md Nov 16 liWUlouShby liWUlouShbySentman TEWliiougbbySantman Wlllotighby WlllotighbySantman
Santman of tho Baltimore and Ohfc Ohhi Rail Railroad Railroad Railroad ¬
road has been appointed the companys companysagent componyaagent companysagent
agent at Georgetown D C Mr Sant Santman Santman Santman ¬
man will assume his new duties some sometlmo sometimo ome ometlmo
tlmo this month
l
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928 FOURTEENTH STREET
After I had finished fi 1ished taking a amans amans arnans
mans measure 111e sl1re a week or more moreago moreago moreago
ago we took up the th matter of ofwhat ofwhat ofwhat
what style of garment he wanted wantedHe wantedHe wantedHe
He put the question What is isfashionable isfashionable isfashionable
fashionable this season I men mention mention mention ¬
tion this because I want to make makemy makemy makelily
my answer the text of todays todaysTalk todaysuTalk todaysTalk
uTalk Talk My Iy reply was THAT HTHATvVHICH THATWHICH THATWHICH
WHICH BECOMES BECO fES YOU YOUMOST YOUM YOUM
MOST M M 0 S T PERSONALLY IS ISMOST ISMOST ISMOST
MOST FASHIONABLE FOR FORYOU FORYOU I4ORYOU
YOU YOUHe YOUHe YOUHe
He was w buying buyin an an Overcoat OvercoatHe OvercoatHe OvercoatHe
He rather ratherThad had an idea that he hewanted hewanted hewanted
wanted a Doublebreasted Frock FrockCoat FrockCoii FrockCoat
Coat He had h d noticed mine and anddecided anddecided anddccided
decided that was what whathe he wanted wantedBat wanfedBut wantedBut
But it WASNT THE rm COAT COATFOR COA1FOR COAIPOR
FOR HIM AT ALL He isnt isntbuilt isntbuilt intbuilt
built right to wear it We could couldhave couldhave couldhave
have fit him df course But it itwasnt itwasnt itwasnt
wasnt what he ought to have haveAnd haveAnd haveAnd
And I told him so Told him
why Finally FinalI he instructed MrVan Mr MrVan rr rrVan
Van Doren to go ahead and niake niakehim niakehim makelilni
him the kind of coat WE VE Vl thought thoughthe
he ought to liayq liayqHe havqHe ha haHe
He came in in to to get it yester yesterday y yesterday ter terday ¬
day I was interested to get his hisopinion llisopinion hisopinion
opinion and he e was frank enough enoughto
to say that it pleased him im immensely immensely immeiiely ¬
mensely And certainly it was wasthe wasthe wasthe
the style of al aflstyles styles for him He Hethanked Hethanked Hethanked
thanked us too for the interest interestwe interestwe
we had taken in getting him out outof outof outof
of the notion of the Frock Frockeoat FrockeoatThe Coat CoatThe CoatThe
The point is this WE VB DO DOTAKE DOTAKE DOTAKE
TAKE AN INTEREST IN INSUITING INSUITING INSUITING
SUITING SUITING THE THE GARMENTS GARMENTSWE GAR GARMENTSWE rENTS rENTSVE
WE VE MAKE TO THE RE REQUIREMENTS REQUIRE REQUIREMENTS ¬
QUIREMENTS QUIRE IENTS OF 0 F OUR OURCUSTOMERS OURCUSTOlvIERS 0 U R RCUSTOMERS
CUSTOMERS We ought to toknow toknow tqknow
know a little more about such suchthings suchthings suchthings
things than the layman laymanand and our ouradvice ouradvice ouradvice
advice is at your service if you youwant youwant youwant
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CABINET WILL ACT ACTffl ACTIN ACTIIi
IIi BRITISH CRISIS CRISISDissolution CRISISDissol CRISISDissolutiou
Dissolution Dissol tion of Parliament Is Isthe Isthe Isthe
the Probable Solution SolutionLondon SolutiollLondon SolutionLondon
London Nov N 15 1SThe The highest hlgh st authority authorityis
is claimed for the statement that the thecabinet thecabinet thecabinet
cabinet this morning decided on the dis dissolution dissolution dissolution ¬
solution of Parliament Writs for the thenew thenew thenew
new general election will be Issued as assoon assoon assoon
soon as possible and the polling will be beover beovor beover
over and tho results announced by b the themiddle themiddle themiddle
middle of December DecemberPrime DecemootPrime DecemberPrime
Prime Minister Asquith did not visit visitthe visitthe visitthe
the King at Sandrlngham today todo as had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been expected The private secretary of ofthe orthe ofthe
the King Lord Francis jCnollys how however how8er however ¬
ever had two Interviews with the pre premier premier premior ¬
mier during the day dayThe dayThe dayThe
The House of Lords reassembled this thisevening1 thisoonlng thisevening
evening The Earl of Crewe secretary secretaryof
of state for India and government leader leaderin leaderIn leaderIn
in the upper house replying to a ques question Question question ¬
tion by Lord Lansdowne leader l nder of the theopposition theopposition theopposition
opposition In the House of Lords said saidhe saidhe saidhe
he could not make any an definite statement statementIn
In regard to the course of business businessLord businessLord businesaLord
Lord Lansdowne thereupon announced announcedthat announcedthat announcedthat
that he would tomorrow move that the thegovernment thegovernment thegovorimment
government be invited to submit without withoutfurther withoutturther withoutfurther
further delays Its veto proposals for con consideration consideration consideration ¬
sideration and discussion by Parliament ParliamentWith ParliamentWith ParliamentWith
With the view to ridiculing the claim clalmot clalmotthe of ofthe ofthe
the Unionist papers pap rs that John Redmond Redmondis
is bulldozing the government with withAmerican withAmerican withAmerican
American dollars the Chronicle Radical Radicalgives Radicalglve8 Radicalgives
gives prominence to a statement that thatRedmond thatRedmond thatRedmond
Redmond brought only 75000 instead of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the alleged J200000 and that onethird onethirdof
of this amount was contributed In InCanada InCnnada inCanada
Canada CanadaAmong CnnadaAmong CanadaAmong
Among those who contributed to the thevile thevile thevile
vile conspiracy to wreck the British
constitution were Premier Pr mler Lauder Mr MrMurphy MrMurph MrMurphy
Murphy the conservative leader l ader and andnumber a anumber anumber
number of ministers and prominent men menof menot menof
of the Canadian provinces whom the theChronicle theChronicle theChronicle
Chronicle names namesASKS namesASKS namesASKS
ASKS FOR P R DAUGHTERS INCOME INCOMEMra
Mrs Jlr Ladenburff Needs Money Mone tot totEducation tOIEducation fo foEducation
Education Previous to Debut DebutMIneola DebutlIneola DebutMineola
MIneola Long Island Nov 15 iSoThrough iSoThroughcounJel 15Throughcounpel Through Throughcounsel
counsel counJel Mrs Emile Ladenburg one of oftheMiest otthe4best ofthe4best
theMiest the4best known crosscountry riders r1d r8 In InAmerican InAmerican inAmerican
American society soclet applied awlled to the surro surrogate surro surrogato Eurrogate ¬
gate of Nassau County for a a portion of ofher other ofher
her daughters annual Income of 21000 21000with 21000 21000with nooowith
with which to educate her previous to tomaking tomaking tomaking
making her debut debutThe debutThe debutThe
The daughter Eugenia Marie Laden Ladenburg Ladenburg Ladenburg
burg is now sixteen years old Her Herincome Herinco HerIncome
income inco e which come to her on her com coming comIng corning ¬
ing of age a is derived from the estate estateof estateot estateof
of her father Adolph Ladenburg The Thelatter Thelatter Thelatter
latter Is said to have been drowned at atsea atsen atsea
sea while returning to New York from fromBermuda fromBermuda fromBermuda
Bermuda many years ago There was con considerable considerable considerable ¬
siderable mystery concerning his death deathAbout deathAbout deathAbout
About six tI years ears ago a 8 great deal of ex excitement excitement cxcitemeimt ¬
citement was caused in the Meadowbrook Meadowbrookcolony MeadowbrookcOlony Meadowbrookcolony
colony when the report went abroad that thatan thatnn thatan
an attempt had been made to kidnap the thelittle themUe thelittle
little Ladenburg girl It turned out outhowever outhoweer outhowever
however that a holdup man had ac accosted accosted accosted ¬
costed her while riding near her home at atWestbury atWestbury atWestbury
Westbury and she got away with only a abad a abad abad
bad scare as the result of her experience experienceThe experIencEThe experienceThe
The application papers it Is said were werenot werenot werenot
not drawn up properly and had to bo boreturned boret1rn beretmrned
returned ret1rn d to the office of Mrs Laden Ladenburgs Ladenburgs Ladenburgs
burgs lawyer laivyersEngineers lawyerEngineers lawyersEngineers
Engineers Take Strike Vote VoteGalesburg VoteGalesburg VoteGalesburg
Galesburg 111 TIt Nov 16 15The The general generalgrievance generalgricvance genera generagrievance
grievance committee of the Burlington Burlingtonengineers Burlingtonengineers Burlingtonengineers
engineers have unanimously unanimous sustained sustainedtheir sustainedtheIr sustainedtheir
their grand officers in suspending nego negotiations negotiations negotiations ¬
tiations with the general managers of the thoWestern theVestern theWestern
Western roads and a strike vote Is now nowbeing nowbeing nowbeing
being taken on the system s stem The outcome outcomewill outcomew111 outcomewill
will be announced at tho meeting with withthe withthe withthe
the managers In Chicago December r 12 12Indications 1 1ImUcations 12Indications
Indications are that a large majority of ofthe orthe f fthe
the men are for a strike
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Wildfire This Week WeekAnd
And again Dave Buick says Everything Dave Buick ever everdid everdid everdid
did or ever will do will be done on the square above board all the thetime thetime thetime
time and I can look any an man in the eye Without changing color colorI
I want every man who reads this announcement to write for forour torour forour
our great literature literatureI >
I want you rota to know knowthat knowthat S Sthat
that all about our ourproperties ourproperties ourproperties
properties there are arenow 8renow arenow
now today big pro producing producing ¬ o oducing
ducing oil wells NOT NOTI i iMILES 1MILES
MILES I LES AWAY or in inthe Inthe Inthe
the same county but butDANG xv xvwould
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every dollar you can canspare canspare canspare
spare into these theseshares theseghares theseshares
shares WITHIN WITHINFIFTY VITHINFIFTY in inFIFTY
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of our fortyacre fortyacreholdings tortyacreholdIngs fortyacreholdings
holdings there Is a agusher ngusher agusher
gusher that is pro producing producing ¬ 1IL
ducing anywhere anywherefrom n anywherefrom n Y w her e efrom
from 1000 to 5000 5000barrels 6000barrels 5O0Obarrels
barrels a day All Allround AUround Allround
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Ings there are great greatushers greatgushers
gushers ushers owned by b the thetandard theStandard I
Standard gtandard Oil Com tom om BUICK MIDWAY 40
pany the Associated ssoclatod and Union on Companies and manr many othpr othor Look at this mal and ask foundf it you vould vouldcorporations 0014 0014corporatIons
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OIL DISTRICT IN TIlE WORLD Shares In one company the stock in the
rt OTnet by buIlD ing Buick Oil Co C
Lakevlew which Is the greatest gusher well in the world today todaySOIJD todaySOLD
SOLD LAST JAST SPRING FOR ABOUT TEN CENTS Now you OU cannot buy these SHARES FOR 150 If you ou had hadINVESTED had1lVESTED hadINVESTED
INVESTED 5100 100 In this stock at ten cents you ou would Now BE WORTH 9150000 l InO000 OOOO and would receive a a fortune fortuneIn tortunein
In dividends each year All I want you to do is to read this announcement all the way through then I want wantyou wantou wantyou
you ou to send me one of the coupons below We are liable to bring in a gusher any day da If we do this thisBuick thisBulc1 thisBuIck
Buick OH stock will immediately be worth many times Its present price All about us great companies are areworking areworkIng areworking
working night and day Every foot now drilled In our two wells advances the values va1ue of our shares We Wehave Wehne Wehave
have three great properties totaling 640 acres locate located in the three richest oil districts in California If you younvestlgate younvesUgate younvestigate
nvestlgate this property you OU will buy these shares Just as I got the proof of these fields so will you ALL ALLMY ALLMY LI LIlUY
MY LIFE I IJAVE BEEN A HARDWORKING MAN JUNbut but I know that this Buick Oil Company is going to tomake tomalte tomake
make me more money in dividends than all the other enterprises I ever have been connected with in my life lifeand Uteand miteand
and I AM THE FOUNDER OF TWO OF THE BIGGEST CORPORATIONS IN THE UNITED STATES Every Everystatement Everystatement Everystatement
statement made here is capable of being proven to toyour toour toyour
your our entire satisfaction What we want is the man manwho
who demands proof and when W6 receive the request requestfrom nmrir BuiCit ftTT OIL rn COMPANY COMPANYfrom COMPANYfrom rvv rvvwho
from such a man we absolutely absolutel know that we can Gil Colorado Balldlajr BalJcIl K WsshingrtOB RskIR oa D C Cconvince Cconvince Cconvince
convince him Gentlemen Without obligation please send m mDo me
This vait stork Is selling fo toda today nt Vfl 60 ° cents KFs per share SS P particulars Ioular regarding the Buick Oil Co Cois
Do Dont walt a day If you are satisfied that thIs stock stockIs stockIs
is a a good buy and n firstclass llrstclasslnvostmen Investment send in inyour Inyour inyour
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