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"See Etz and Sac BetUr"
EDWIN H. ETZ
KOS -G" STREET
We .rive Herald S234M eoateat votes.
Us commmHty. was show or nls eleotlea
for ten tenaa as.a RepTisontetlvs la the
."A -a leelslatoivbeat jonoe took; and
retained high rank and displayed" Baca
"attributes of upright and wise slalaa
manshlp .as to commend him to the peo
ple ox ui unitea- nitw lor the seoond
highest office within -their gift. As the
prestoing officer .of the Senate he won
the respect and esteem, of ail by his
fairness and. .impartiality. His private
life was noble and good. His genial dls
position and attractiveness of .character
endeared him toall whose privilege It
was to Know him. His devotion to the
best Interests of his native land will en
dear his memory to hie fellow-country
"In respect to the memorr and 'the
eminent and various services wf this
Ugh official and patriotic publlo servant.
I 'direct that on the day of ,the funeral
the executive offices of .the United States
shall, be closed and all posts and sta
tions of the army and. naw shall dlsnter
the national flag- at half mast, and that
ute nwrwsenisures oi ine united States
In foreign countries, shall pay appropri
ate tribute to the. Illustrious dead for a
period of thirty days."
SUPEEME COTJKT ADJOTJBIB
nr H01TO OF XEXO&T
Senator Bacon yesterday afternoon ex
tended an .invitation to the United States
Supreme Court to attend the funeral of
the late Vice President. It Is considered
likely that the Chief Justice will name a
committee to attend.
The United States Supreme Court -Put
at noon yesterday and took an imme
diate adjournment out of respect for the
late vice president or the United States.
It will meet again Monday.
as soon as the court assembled Actlns-
Aiiorney uenerai trowier said:
"1 deeply regret the necessity of oer-
forming the sorrowful duty of announc
ing to this honorable court the death
of the Hon. James Schoolcraft Sherman
vice n-eataent or the United State.
"Out or respect deemed to be due so
exalted a position in a co-ordinate
branch of the government and that this
honorable body may Join with a be
reaved nation In expressing Its sorrow
at his untimely death. I move that this
court do now adjourn.'
To this the Chief Justice replied, In
"The court hears with sorrow the an
nouncement which you have made, and
that It may express Its grief and eym
pathy. the court now .stands adjourned."
Precedent for the adjournment of the
Supreme Court was found yesterday In
the court action when Thomas A. Hen
dricks, of Indiana. Vice President under
Cleveland, died in the faU of 18SS. after
having been in office but eight months.
Hendricks' funeral was held In Washing
ton, and most of the members of the
The District Supreme Court, together
with the municipal courts In Washing
ton, all adjourned out of respect to the
memory of the Vice President. The
United States Commerce Court also ad
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as ths Bulcara are rested and replenlsh-
led-'with food and ammnnKlon and their
omnoos inava Pisa wneeiea mu pow-
The loss ot life In the flghtlng of the
past four days is conjectural, In the ab
sence even 'of estimates from the' front
Thousands were killed and -more thou
sands were wounded. It la "certain. Based
on the casualtlesln previous battles, the
losses In the conflict lust closed are be
lieved to have been tremendous. -
Constantinople sands no 'news of ad
vices from Naxtm Pasha, -commander of
the in-fated Turkish foroea The-government
up to a late hour to-night has
not songht-te belittle the Bulgarian vic
tory or to wire confldenos in the Impreg
nability of Constantinople.
Greeks Near Saloalkm.
Meantime the Greeks and the Servians
have praotleany conquered Western Tur
key. The Greeks to-night are reported
nearlnav the outskirts ot SalonlM. where
peaosrui occupation awaits taem.
Other divisions of Greeks are advancing
on Janlna and Monastlr. Advancing to
Join the Greeks In tront-of Monastlr Is
strong Servian foroe. Formidable re
sistance is expected at Monastlr and the
two forces will unite for a combined at
tack. All the Turks fleeing from Uskup
and other lost positions in the north
have entered Monastlr, where they will
make their last stand. Should the Turks
succeed In withstanding a hostile on
slaught, they cannot undergo a siege ot
any length, for the allies have completed,
a circle around them, cutting off every
avenue of supply.
Scutari. In Northern Albania, la now
the only position which the Turks have
been able to hold. The Montenegrins are
holding the siege and occasionally send
ing divisions forth to attack the Turkish
forts, but so far all these advances have
been repulsed. With Monastlr In pos
session of the allies, the Servians will
probably send a force to the aid of- the
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WTilffBrTRB OF CONGRESS
TO PAY LAST TRTBUTE
CbL Daniel M. JtensdeU, sergeanl-at-arms
of the Senate, made plans yester
day for carrying the senatorial party
to the funeral. A representative of the
sergeant-at-arms left for Utlca to confer
with the family of the late Vice Presi
dent concerning the details of the fune
ral. It will be an official funeral in
charge of the sergeant-at-arms of the
Col. Ranedell will go to New Tork to
day at 4 o'clock and be at the Manhattan
Hotel completing the arrangements for
the special train that will leave New
Tork aa 8:30 Saturday morning for Utlca.
As many Senator, as are In the vicinity
of Washington will go from Washington
to New Tork, but it Is expected that
most of the senatorial party will go to
New Tork to Join the train Instead of
going from Washington.
""Rev. Dr. U. G. B. Pierce, chaplain of
the Senate, and pastor of President
Tart's church In Washington, will accompany-
the sergeant-at-arms to New
Tork to-day and go to Utlca with the
funeral party. Charles N. Bennett, sec
retary of the Senate, win Join the party
in New Tork. Senator Augustus O.
Bacon of Georgia, who was elected Presi
dent pro tempore of the Senate at the
last session of Congress to serve tem
porarily until December If next, sent
the following order to Sergeant-at-arms
"Please telegraph to each Senator in
forming him that as a mark of special
honor and In accordance with what Is
doubtless the wish of the Senate, I have
appointed the entire Senate as a com
mittee to attend the funeral of the) late
Vice President James 8. Sherman; also
that you will inform the Senators as
soon as the date of the funeral has
been determined upon by the family."
The sergeant-at-arms yesterday ex
tendedx an Invitation on behalf of the
Senate to the co-ordinate branch of
Congress and received a reply later In
the day that the House bad officially
accepted the Invitation through the
Speaker and that a committee of one
from each State In the Union would be
appointed to attend the funeral. The
following Is the committee:
Ahtaas Oku Uotevood: Arkraea, Boerrt B.
llacoo; Cfctaadoi KAaard T. Tartar; Comarttrat.
EhroCT J. BUI; Delaware. William R. Heald;
Florida, Stephen M. Bputsun; Georria. Chariea U
Bartlett: Idaho, Burton L. French; IUiaota, Jcwpo.
O. Cannon: Indiana. E. D. Cnnnuacker: Kanaaa.
Victor Mariner. : Karjtackr. OlU. JL Jane.: Lonia-
iana, Bobart F. Bronaaara; Main. Frank, X. Goem--
aar; Maijlaad. I. F. Talbott; alaaaacbnaetta, Samuel
W. JleCall; vMf Ednrd V. Hamilton; Ittsaa
aota. Fndcriek a 8tanu; Uiartalppt. E. 8. aaad
ler, Jr.; Mbaonii. Blchard Bartholdt; Montana.
Ccaile. M. Cnrrt Nebraaka. M. P. Klnkald; Kerada.
E. Boberta: Naw Haanabire. O. A. SnUowar: Kr
Janey, J. J. Gardner; New Mexico, B. B. Fertnaon;
Norm larollna, oano. rutcnen; Korta Dakota.
L. B. Haana.: Ohlo.-NichoUa Iaxarworth : Oklahoma'
Bird McQulr.; Oncno. W. C Hawlej; Panarlraaia.
John DalaeO; Rhod Ialand. Georra O. O'Snaneaaay;
sontn inrwina. r u., a ram; noma uasau,
Charlea H. Bark; TameeaM, John A Moon; Ihu,
Bsbart 1 Henu; Utah. Joanai Howell; Vermont,
Frank Btamlay; Tlninla, William A. Jonea; Waab
instna, W: a Hnmphrrj; Weat VbUnla, Jamea A
Hofhas: Wlaeonatn, Htsrj A. Ooopar; Wraataa,
Frank W. afaadatl; Iowa.,OBbart 5. Bansini Naw
Tork.' Sereoo K. Parna; Arbnoa. Carl Harden; Calr-
tomJa, Jama, a seasiaaa.
It Is expected that such ' Representa
tives as are able' to attend the funeral
will Join .the' Senate party In New Tork
and go by the .special .train to utlca.
conxmES TO SELECT
. SOCCEBtOmK 10 SBXSMAM
Baggvgv Ken AppeaiEefore Inter-
itate Commerce Commiiiion
and State Their Case.
The Interstate Commerce Commission
took up yesterday for consideration the
proposition of the railroads of the coun
try to restrict the size ot trunks or bag
gage carried by passengers. The West
ern carriers have filed with the Commis
sion regulations providing that baggage
must not exceed forty Inches in dimen
sion, that Is, In breadth or length, and It
it does, there will be heavy excess bag
gage rates. The Eastern carriers pro
vide for baggage with a maximum di
mension ot forty-five inches.
Commercial organizations have strong
ly protested against the proposed regula
tion, and their representatives were on
hand to-day to cross-examine the wit
nesses placed on the stand by the carriers.
E. Ii Bevlngton, secretary ot the
Transcontinental Passenger Association,
summarized the railroads' side. He said
that unwieldy baggage of all kinds was
now handled by the railroad, under cus
toms that have grown up, and the rail
roads wanted a maximum established so
that space In baggage cars would not be
unnecessarily wasted. .
F. W. Sanderland. a baggaWemaster on
the Chicago and Northwestern, testified
aa to the handling of baggage, and he
said that forty Inches had been decided
upon by the Western carriers, as the
maximum because such a maximum
would allow the baggage to be piled In
two tiers, one on either side of the car,
and allow an aisle of twenty-three Inches
between. Baggage cars, he said, were
108 Inches wide, and an allowance of five
Inches was made for heating apparatus.
leaving 103 niches for two tiers of trunks
and an aisle of twenty-three Inches.
The hearing will be continued to-day.
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Chairman HDlea of the Republican Na
tional Committee said to-day that the
national committee 'would be called toi
meet In Chicago one week: after election
ob November Tl,; to select a sriccessorto
st,! iiirxaan on tne national ticket.
The power to make, a selection la vested
In thenatlonal committee under party
rules, but six-days notice must, be given
to ' the committee. 'Of course,, amy' ao-
wlll depind upon success aext
Tuesday. ' ' -i
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In Official Organ of American Fed
eration of Labor Working Hen
Are Urged to Study Candidates.
President Samuel Gompers, of the
American Federation cf Labor, In the
official organ of that body, published yes
terdsy, condemns the record of the Re
publican party, lauds the accomplish
ments of the Democrats In labor legisla
tion during the past Congress, and refers
to the promises In the platform ot the
Progressive party. All this Is his preface
.to an admonition to labor men to choose
well anderote for the candidate for the
Presidency who will do most for organ
In an editorial following his advice to
the labor vote, Mr. Gompers declares
"the Sherman anti-trust law must be
amended or ended." In. discussing the re
opening of the Danbury hatters' case,
who were sued by E. D. Loewe & Co.
"at the Instigation," says Gompers, "of
the Anti-Boycott Association." In which
Loewe waa awarded an axsTesate of
1240.090 and costs.
Referring to the question of the Presi
dential candidates, Gompers savs:
"Wltft CTMie41 AmftYl.f. ahmilJI -A-l.
voter who belongs to organized labor
scrutinize ana stuay the attitude of each
candidate, for the Presidency, the avowed
Intentions of his party, as set forth in
the party platform, and the course of
action which the political groups have
pursued In the past upon the two legis
lative oemanos necessary to the Just and
normal activities ot. organised 'labor re
lief from the Sherman anti-trust law' and
from the Issuance of Injunctions' !)
labor disputes, where- such- Injunction
Would not apply If no labor. 'dispute ex
Toronto, Oct- H. Mabel Barrison, ths
well-known and popular actress, died
here to-night of tuberculosis. Miss Barri
son had been a sufferer from the disease
for several years, and had traveled all
over the country seeking a cure. For the
past few weeks she had been In a help
less condition. The actress knew she
wss doomed, but fought bravely till the
' Miss Barrison, In private life, was the
wife of Joseph Howard, the comedian
and composer. He appeared In vaudeville
with Miss Mabel McKane until a couple
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bookings to go to his wife's bedside.
Immersion In buttermilk for a day
will cleanse filigree work on silverware.
More than 8.000,000 passengers are car
ried each week by London street cars.
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a man whose own orgeat waa worn out.
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Let's put it in few words.
You've often read our credit offer.
You'd like to come here, and have goods
charged, but you think we'd refuse you
that privilege because we don't happen to
We'll Trust YOU
If you want ta buy a watch a dia
mond anything from our stock of jew
elry or silverware come to us.
No matter whether we know you or
not, you're welcome to the same accommo
dation that w'e grant our (tgular patrons.
Have your purchases charged; and if
you wish "it, "we'll arrange for payments
as small as
50 cents a week
We give Herald I
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