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NUMBER NUMBER403 3403 WASHTSTGTON MONDAY OCTOBEB 5 1903 PRICE ONE CENT
BALKAN BALKA 11 REBELS REBELSSUFFER REBELSSUFFER REBELSSUFFERDEFEAT
I SUFFER SUFFERDEFEAT SUFFERDEFEATRead DEFEA DEFEAT DEFEATHead T THead
Head of Macedonian v Comm Committee leel Gen Zoncfyeff Zonlczeftlozced Fozced Fozcedv FozcedFlee
to Flee Before Detachment D laclznlenl of Turkish t Troops Tro ps
SOFIA Oct 5 5Word Word reached here today to today today
day that a battle had been fought be between between between ¬
tween Turkish troops and Macedonians MacedoniansUnder Macedontansunder lacedonlansUnder
Under General Zontcheff near the Mace Macedonian Macedonlan Macedonlan ¬
donlan town of Godleve The fighting fightinglasted fightinglasted fightinglasted
lasted half a day da Zontcheff Zo tche1Y escaped escapedNo escapedNo escapedNo
No further details arc obtainable obtainableGeneral obtalnableGeneml obtainableGeneral
General Zontcheff is the th bead of the theMacedonian theMncedonlan theMacedonlan
Macedonian committee committeeThe committeeThe committeeThe
The decision of Bulgaria announced announceda announcedn
a few days ago to enlist 24000 annual annualrecruits annualretrults annualrecruits
recruits three months ahead of time timewhich Um Umwhich timewhich
which caused much speculation and andwhich nndwhich nudwhich
which has been taken in some quarters
RETAIL llET1 ButCHEHS ButCHEHSTO BIIEII BIIEIIT
TO T FIGHT BEEF TRUST TRUSTMeeting 1RUSlMeeting TIITMeeting
Meeting of Eastern and andWestern andW andWestern
Western W est rn Associations AssociationsHERE AssociationsHERE sociations sociationsHERE
HERE Ill tt JOINT CONVENTION CONVENTIONEfforts CONVENTIONEffort CONVENTIONEfforts
Efforts to Be Made to Form Union UnionPresent UnionPr UnionPresent
Present Pr sent Action Necessary to Pro Protect Prot Protact ¬
tect t tact ct Their Business BusinessAs BusinessAs
As a result of a determination to 9 fight fightthe fightth fightthe
the th beef trust In what is practically a abattle abattle abattle
battle for existence the Eastern and andWestern andeste1 andWesteri
Western este1 Retail Butchers Associations AssociationsmeUhere Associationsmethere Assoehttf one onemethere
methere this morning In Joint conven convention convention convention ¬
tion in Masonic Temple The specific specificgrievance specificgrievance specificgrievance
grievance of the retailers Is that the thetrust thetrust thetrust
trust Is encroaching more and more moreupon moreupon moreupox
upon their legitimate field and by sup supplying supplring suppiPIng ¬
plying consumers direct appears as com competitor competitor competitor ¬
petitor against the very men who are areits areits areit
its it legitimate customers customersJohn custometBJobn customersJohn
John R Kelly president of the local localassociation localassociation localassociation
association presided prcsldednt at the Joint meet meetIng meetIng meetlug
Ing of the two associations After a aprayer aprayer aprayer
prayer by tho Rev W H HChapman HChapmanCommissioner Chapman ChapmanCommissioner ChapmanCommissioner
Commissioner Macfarland Wa3liitf6 Wa3liitf6duccd Waslfiiroduced as th thduced
duced and andsav gave gavC the Ui delegates a cordial cordialwelcome cordJalwrlcome cordialwiIcome
welcome to Washington WashingtonAfter WashingtonAlter tashlngtonAfter
After the Joint mectinz meetin w was s adJ6urned adJ6urnedthe adJ6urnedthe adjournedthe
the Western estern Association held a session sessionIn sesllionIn sessionIn
In Masonic Temple and tho Eastern in inthe inthe inthe
the Jolly 1at at Mens Club ClubiMeeting ClubMeeting ClubMeeting
Meeting of Western Men MenAt MenAt MenAt
At the meeting of the Western West rn Asso Association Association Assoclatlon ¬
ciation little business was transacted transactedbeyond transactedbeyond L Lbeyond
beyond the presentation of reports Com Committees Committees Camxnlttees ¬
mittees were were appointed as follows followsAuditing followsAuditing followsAuditing
Auditing commItte committeC < C G DIebel L LW LV Lv
W V Moorehouse C A Marsh MarshPolicy MarshPolley MarshPolicy
Policy committee comnrtUeeJ J P Klug Alex AlexMeyer AlexMeyer AlesMeyer
Meyer Charles Munkwltz Iunkwll L W V Moore Moorehouse Moorehouse MOorebouse
house Albert Dunn DunnCommittee DunnCommittee DunnCommittee
Committee on credentials credentlalsJ J SSchoe SSchoeJleld SSchoefield SScboeheld
field C W Klotz C S Hovendon Alex AlexMeyer AlexlIIeyer AIe AIeMeyer
Meyer H Oertel OertelThe OertelThe OertelThe
The conference committee c mmlttcc of the West Western Western Westera ¬
ern Association appointed to confer with witha witha
a similar committee from the Eastern EasternAssociation EasternAssociation EasternAssociation
Association in regard to a union of the thetwo thetwo thetwo
two organizations Is composed of C G GDIebel GDiebel GDIebel
DIebel J J P Klug L W V Moorehouse E EA EA EA
A Marsh Charles Munkwltz The con conference conference conferenco ¬
ference committee will meet this after afternoon after1100n afternoon ¬
noon in the Jolly Fat Mens Club ClubDelegates ClubDelegates ClubDelegates
Delegates From the West WestThe West WestThe est estThe
The delegates to the Western Asso Associations Assoclatlons ttnsoclatlons ¬
clatlons convention are areSt areS1 areSt
St Louis LouisWalter Walter Pfeifer Wllfiam WllfiamHertllng Wllf1 m mHertUng zr zrHertling
Hertllng J H Schoeffield C G Deidel DeidelJ DeldelJo
J Jo P Klug August H Freese Oscar F FBrcnnlng FDrenning FBrenning
Brcnnlng B G Drape W PrenderYille PrenderYilleF
F Heldorn R Schaorer M 3 I Qulnllvan QulnllvanM
M Schaller C W Klotz Henry Burk BurkRoman BurkRoman BurkRoman
Roman Pfarrcr A Arnold F Goldbaup GoldbaupF
F Meyer C Tampp L Brlggs H Al Alfeld Alteid Alfold
fold P Kinckal W L Hawkins G N NStarkey NStarkey NStarkey
Starkey StarkeyCedar StarkeyCedar StarkeyCedar
Cedar Rapids Iowa IowaF F Snouffer Bur Burlington Burlington Ilurllngton ¬
lington Iowa Martin Oertel Omaha OmahaNeb OmahaNeb OmahaNeb
Neb E A Marsh and Axel Meyer MeyerPeorla MeyerPeoria MeyerPeoria
Peoria Ill L W V Mortlmore ortlmore C S SHovenden SHovlnden SHovenden
Hovenden and W H Llntz East St StLouis StLouis StLouis
Louis Ill Louis Meyer Joplin Mo MoCharles p pCharles
Charles Monlkwitz Milwaukee EmU EmllKlotz Em1 I IKlotz
Klotz Klrkwood Iowa Henry Merman MermanWalter MermanWalter
Walter Pfelfer vice president of the as association ¬
sedation presided in the absence of ofPresident ofPresident o oPresident f
President Lau who was detained In St StLouis StLouts StLouis
Louis by business businessThere buslnossThere businessThere
There were about fifty delegates pres present present preseat ¬
ent at the meeting of tho Eastern con convention convention conventlon ¬
vention The onlcers are President PresidentNagsman PresldontNagsman PresidentNagsman
Nagsman of New York first vice Ice presi president president president ¬
dent James A Hoffman of Washington WashingtonEtcond WashlngtonIOcofl WashingtonECOflj
Etcond ECOflj vice president M S Gardner GardnerSavannah GardnerSavannah GardnerSavannah
Savannah Ga secretary D J Jo 1 Haley HaleyTroy HaleyTroy HaleyTroy
Troy NT K Y treasurer D G F Kellogg KelloggConnecticut KelloggConnecticut KelloggConnecticut
Connecticut
THE WEATHER WEATHERRain
Rain is probable tonight in the low 10Wur 10Wur1Uessslppl lowe r rMississippi rMississippi
Mississippi valley valle and on the weston wostoinslope westons1opt n nsJopt
slope of the Appalachians Local show showers Zhowers showem ¬
em ers are probable tomorrow In tho South SouthAtlantic SouthAtlantic SoutiAtlantic
Atlantic and east Gulf States StatesIt StatesIt
It will be somewhat Cooler coolortonlght tonight in inthe inthe ii iithe 1
the lower lake region the Ohio valley valleyand valleyand
and Tennosaoo Tnn stioo and lower temporaturoa temporaturoaare I
are probable tomorrow In the east Gulf GulfStates GalfStates Gui GuiStates
States
TEMPERATURE TEMPERATUREOam N
9 Oam Oam12m a mi m CO
12 12m 12mlpm m moo F 77 7
1 lpm p m v 78 78THE 78THE 3 3THE
THE SUN SUNBun SUNSUn ShiNBun
Bun sets today i > 539 39 p m mSun mSun mSun
Sun rises tomorrow tomorr w 600 a m mTIDE mTIDE mTIDE
TIDE TABLE TABLEHgh TABLEHIgh TABLERgh
HIgh tide tld today 733 p m mHigh mHigh no noHigh
High tide tomorrow7j49 tomorrow 749 am 80 80g pm pmLow pmLow pmLow
Low tide tomorrow 159 am 211 pm
to Indicate a preparation on the part partof partI partof
I of Prince Ferdinands government gover rnivlt for foreventualities foreventualities foreventualitios
eventualities with the porte has been beenexplained beenexplained beenexplained
explained It is pointed out t that a afirm afirmatUtudc afirm
firm firmatUtudc attitude such as this will 111 impress impressTurkey ImpressTurkey impressTurkey
Turkey and will in reality help toward towardbringing towardbrInging towardbringing
bringing about peace in Macedonia MacedoniaThe llac MacedoniaThe donln donlnThe
The jingo agitators however arc arepleased arcpleased arcpleased
pleased with the act as they believe the theresult theresult theresult
result will be the precipitating of a aclash aclash aclash
clash The report of a conflict between betweenTurkish betweenTurkish betweenTurkish
Turkish and Bulgarian troops on the thefrontier thefrontier thefrontier
frontier near the town of DemirKapia DemirKapiahas DemirKaplahas
has not been confirmed
CIVil iiiviii SERVICE PAPERS PAPERSDESTROYED PAPERSDES1ROYED
DESTROYED IIESTROY IN 1t A FIREAn FIRE FIREAn
An Exciting Blaze at the theCommissions theConlmissions theOon1rnissions
Commissions Building BuildingNEGLECT BuildingNEGLECT BuildingNEGLECT
NEGLECT IS ALLEGED ALLEGEDWorkmen ALL ALLEGEDWorkmen E G E D DWorkmen
Workmen Failed to Clear Away Rub Rubbish Rubbish Rubbish ¬
bish and Spontaneous Combus Combustion Combustion Combustion ¬
tion Followed FollowedFire FollowedFire FollowedFire
Fire supposed to be be4 due to spontan spontaneous spontaneous spontaneous ¬
eous combustion broke out In the Civil CivilService CivilService ClviiService
Service Building yesterday about 10 10Oclock 10Cclock 10oclock
Oclock and for a time there were grave gravefears gravefears gravefears
fears the structure would be destroyed destroyedChief destroyedChief destroyedChief
Chief Clerk Doyle and Chief Examiner ExaminerKiggins ExamJnerKIggins ExaminerHiggins
Kiggins who were in the building at atthe atthe atthe
the time gave the alarm alarmTho alarmThe alarmThe
The waste wastepaper paper room Is In the base basement basement basemeat ¬
ment and has only onl one door The fire firebroke tirebroke firebroke
broke out in some bags of paper and andthe andthe andthe
the theory Is that greasy paper which whichhad whichhad whichhad
had been used to wrap lunches caused causedthe causedthe causedthe
the combustion So dense was the thesmoke thesmoke theStnokethat
smoke Stnokethat that thefiremen the firemen from No 14 14Company 149onP 14CoflZpXJfly
Company 9onP CoflZpXJfly y who were summoned Eummoned by Mr MrDbyfe MrDbYI MrD
Dbyfe D DbYI iJ Worked with witi great difficulty One Onefireman Onefireman Onefireman
fireman was overcome QVer ome and several se tal oth others 0111crshad 0thore ¬
ers crshad had to be assisted out of the build building buildIng buildlug ¬
ing ingThe
The density of the smoke at the door doorof dooror doorof
of the room necessitated cutting an anopening anopening anopening
opening into the waste room from the thefloor thefloor thefloor
floor abovo After that was done the theblaze theblaze theblaze
blaze was soon extinguished extinguishedCol
Col W I HInes superintendent of the thebuilding thebuilding thebuilding
building said this morning that the thedamage thedamage thedamage
damage will amount a ount to about 86ft 86ftA Stil StilA S6IA
A number of private doouments of the theCommission theCommission
theI
Commission were destroyed but none noneof noneor noneof I
of them was of great importance In Inorder Inorder Inorder
order to keep the private documents documentsfrom documentsfrom documentsfrom
from falling Into Improper hands all allthe aUthe allthe
the paper remaining in the room will willbe willbe willbe
be burned in the furnaces furnacesColonel furnacesColonel furnacesColonel
Colonel Hines attributed the fire large largely largely largely ¬
ly to the negligence of the contractors contractorswho contractorswho contractorswho
who femove the waste paper He said saidhe saidhe saidbe
he had been trying for a week to have havethe hnvethe havethe
the paper taken away but no attention attentionwas attentionwas attentionwas
was paid to his requests requestsANCIENTS requestsANCIENTS requestsA1EMT8 i
ANCIENTS WONT ONi GO GOElaborate GOHOr GOROME
HOr ROME E UNTIL TI MORNING MORNINGElaborate MOR1GElaborate
Elaborate Banquet Tonight in Sym Symphony Symphony Syrnphony ¬
phony Hall Boston BostonBOSTON BostonBOSTON BostonBOSTON
BOSTON Oct 6 5This This Is the 2CCth 2CCthfield 2GGthfield 26Ot I Ifield
field day of the Ancient and Honorable HonorableArtillery HonorableArt111ery HonorableArtillery
Artillery Company and a program for forthe forthe 1wthe
the days celebration and the enter entertainment entertaInment entertainment ¬
tainment has been prepared that com commencing commencing cornmencing ¬
mencing early this forenoon will end endwell endwell
well any time before sunrise tomorrow tomorrowmorning tomorrowmornIng tomorroimorning r
morning morningAfter mornIngAfter morningAfter
After a street parade this morning morningthe morningthe morningthe
the company and Its guests went ent on a aharbor aharbor L Lharbor
harbor excursion which lasted well Into Intothe Intothe tatethe
I
the afternoon This evening the big bigbanquet bigbanquet bi bibanquet
I
banquet will be given in Symphony Hall Hallto Hallto Hallto
to which function 100T 1000guesta guests have been beeninvited beenInvited I IInvited
invited Previous to the banquet a re reception reception reception ¬
ception will be held in Horticultural HorticulturalHall Horticultural HorticulturalHaU 1 1Hall
Hall complimentary to the Honorable HonorableArtillery HonorableArtl11ery HonorabhArtillery
Artillery Company of London LondonWhen LondonWhen LondonWhen
When the Ancients with their guests guestsfile guestsfile guestsfile
file Into Symphony Hall tonight a bril brilliant brlll1ant brilliant ¬
liant picture will dazzle their eyes eyesRarely eyesRarely eyesRarely
Rarely before has such a splendor of ofartistic ofartistic o t tartistic
artistic effects in electric lights been beenprepared beenprepared 1 1prepared
prepared and there will be a lavish dis display dlsplay display ¬
play Of < Jf f flowers and greenery greeneryThe greenoryThe greeneryThe
The dinner has been prepared with the themost th thmost S Smost
most exacting fastidiousness and will willcost wl11cost wil wilcost
cost 50000 Three hundred waiters waiterswill waltenw11l waiterivihi
will be in attendance and the winos winoswill winoswIll winewill
will be poured by seventyfive specially speciallyselected speciallyselected speciallselected
selected men menOne menOne menOne
One troop from the Second Cavalry Cavalrydt Cavalr Cavalrdt
dt t Fort Myer will meet the Honorable HonorableArtillery HonorableArtUlary HonorabhArtihlury
Artillery Company of London upon its itsarrival ItsIrrlval iti 3 3nrrival
arrival in Washington next Friday FridayOther
Other than this escort the War Department Departwent Depart Department ¬
ment has issued no orders for the re reception reception recaption ¬
ception of the visitors visitorsPAYMASTER visItorsPAYMASTER visitorsPAYMASTER
PAYMASTER BARTON DEAD DEADPaymaster DEADpa DEADPajmaster
Paymaster pa Pajmaster master Jonathan Quincy Barton Bartondied Bartondied Bartotdied
died at the Columbian University Hos Hospital Hospltal Hogpital ¬
pital this morning mornln after an illness Ull1 ss of ofmore ofmore a t tmore
more than a month Paymaster Barton Bartonwas Bartonwas Bartoxwas
was appointed to the navy from the thevolunteer thevolunteer thi thivolunteer
volunteer service in 1834 He retired retiredin retiredin retirein
in 1893 and since that time has lived livedIn llvedIn hive hiveIa
In Washington He was sixtyeight years yearsold yearsold yuanold
old
TOWN OF TAKOMA TAKOMALEARNS TAKOMALEARNS
LEARNS JUST HOW HOWA HO HOA
A RAILROAD RUNSHas RUNS FflJNSHas
Has to Capitulate CapitulateW When WhenAll WhenAll hen henAll
All Electric Current CurrentIs CurrentIsShut
Is IsShut Shut Off OffCOMPANY OffCOMPANY OffCOMPANY
COMPANY WONT BUD BUDGE BUDGESays BIJDGESays GE GESays
Says All the Power Generat Generated Generated Generated ¬
ed Is Needed for Its ItsOwn ItsOwn ItsOwn
Own JJse JJseThis lse lseThis se seThis
This Is a story of bow hOf a corporation corporationput corporationput corporationput
put a town out of the railroad business businessand businessand businessnd
and a nd incidentally spoiled spolledan an experiment in inmunicipal inmunicIpal inmunicipal
municipal ownership ownershipThe ownershIpThe ownershipThe
The town which has been defeated is isTakoma IsTakoma isTakoma
Takoma and the corporation which won wonthe wonthe wonhe
the t he victory is the Washington Washington Traction Tractionand Tractionand Tractionand
and Electric Company Conipany The contest was wasover wasover wasover
over the little railroad running from the themain themalo themain
main line lIne of the Brightwood Company Companyto
to t o Wildwood WildwoodThe WlIdwoodThe WlldwoodThe
The small line is owned by the Balti Baltimore Haltimore a1ti a1timore ¬
more and Washington Traction Com Company Company Cornpany ¬
pany organized some years ago to es establish establish establish ¬
tablish a trolley system between the thoNational th thational theNational
National Capital and the Monumental MonumentalCity MonumentalCit MonumentalCit
City Cit So far the company has construct constructed constructed ¬
ed one one and onehalf miles of track a asmall asmall asmaU
small barn and a few sheds The rolling rollingstock rollingstoc1c rollingstok
stock stoc1c consists of three cars carsOwnership carsOwnership carsOwnership
Ownership for Eight Weeks WeeksTakoma WeeksTakO11a WeeksTakomo
Takoma became the possessor of the thelease thelease thelease
lease of the railroad two months ago agowhen agowhen agowhen
when the poolroom operators were fi fiI finally 5nally
I nally ousted from the hotel at Wild Wildwood Wildwood Wildwood
wood The hotel and railroad were in tnvolved involved involved ¬
volved in court and to prevent disor disorderly disorderly disordeny ¬
derly people from again getting control controlof controlot controlof
of the resort the railroad was wnS turned turnedover turnedover turnedover
over to Takoma Mayor John B Kin Kinnear Kinnear Kinnear
near and his associates made plans to tooperate tooperate tooperate
operate the line A former employe was Tvasengaged wasengaged wasengaged
engaged as superintendent and the ex experiment exc cxperiment ¬
periment > c lment was as about to be carried out outwhen outwh oCtwhjn
when wh whjn n the power was cut off offThe offThe offFhio
The < mayor n arqr hurried to the thjomces offices of ofthe Ittbe otthe
the Washington Wb1l1 gton Traction TrtCt1Rn and gn Elzjctrjc ElzjctrjcCompany EI Elrctr1 Elrctr1Company tt
Company to learn why such action had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been taken He Ji was wa infdrmed that the thecompany thecompany thecompany
company had no n more power than it itneeded Itneeded itneeded
needed itself Protests were in vain vainand valnand vainand
and rather than make trouble tho Ta Takoma Takoma Takoma ¬
koma officers decided It would be better betterto bett betterto r rto
to surrender the lease The lease ex expires etpIres expires ¬
pires October 15 and then the town le leto s sto sto
to allow the railroad to revert to the thecompany thecompany thecompany
company companyWh
What Wh t the Mayor Says SaysWe SaysWe SaysWe
We are completely cut off by the thaWashington thoVashlngton theWashington
Washington company said Mayor Kin Kinnear Kinnear Kinnear
near It refused us u power and natu naturally naturally naturally
rally we could do nothing The town of ofTakoma ofTakoma ofTakoma
Takoma did not have 50000 to Invest Investa InestIn investin
In a powerhouse consequently we de decided decided decided ¬
cided to give up the road However Howeverwe
I we are not worried about the matter We Wecould Ve Vecould I Icould
could not see how we were going to tomake tomake tomake
make the road pay It begins nowhere nowhereand nowhereand nowhereand
and ends up in the woods There are areno arcno
no houses along it and no business businessINDIAN buslnessI businessINifiAM
I INDIAN AFFAIRS TANGLE TANGLEPET TANGftIET
I I PET IET FOR THE PRESENT PRESENTActing PAESENTActing
Acting Secretary Says Comment CommentI CommentMust CommentMust
I Must Await A wait Letters Receipt ReceiptJudge ReceiptJUdge ReceiptJudge
Judge Thomas Ryan Acting Secretary Secretaryof
of the Interior says the telegram to tothe tothe tothe
the Dawesi Dawescommlsslon commission
on Saturday or orderlng ordering ordering
dering that no more allotments of lands landsIn landsin landsin
In the Indian Indian
Territory be made was wasonly wasoaly wasonly
only temporary In Its nature Ho de declined declined dodined ¬
clined however to discuss the theposlUon theposlUonin position positionin L Lin
in which tho department has been placed placedin L Lin
in its efforts to sustain the work of ofthe orthe ci cithe
the Dawes commission In allotting to toCherokees toCherokees I ICherokees
Cherokees lands which had been segra segragated segragated segragated
gated for the separate use of the Dela Delawares De1awares Dam Damwares
wares Ho said saidThe saidTbe saidThe
The telegram to the commlaslon commlaslonstated commlasl n nstated I Istated
stated a letter would follow In which whichthere whichthere I Ithere
there would be specific instructions to tothe tothe to tothe
the commissioners I will not say saywhat saywhat sa sawhat
what was In that letter and It will not notbe notbe aolbe
be given out until It
has been re received received roceived ¬
ceived by the commissioners and action actiontaken actiontnken L Ltaken
taken by them Action will follow followpromptly folIo folIopromptly fohlopromptly
promptly upon the receipt of the let letter letter ¬
ter ter and when that
action Is taken wo wowill wewill e ew111
will be notified Then we shall be In Ina ina ir I Ia
a position to t give the letter to the thepress thepress t tpress
press The letter will be written and andmailed andmaned ant I Imailed
mailed some ome time today todayMOHILEFF todayMOHILEFF todayMOHILEFF
MOHILEFF MASSACRE MASSACRERESULT MASSACRERESULT MASSACRERESULT
RESULT OF AN UKASE UKASEVIENNA UKASEVIENNA UKASEVIENNA
VIENNA Oct 5 5The Tho Arbelter ArbelterZcltung ArbelterZeltung
Zcltung learns that the peasantry peasantryabout peasantryabout peasantr3about t
about Mohileff Russia the scene of the theJewish theJowlsh t tJewish
Jewish massacre last week are con convinced convinced convinced ¬
vinced that an imperiallukaso imperlal ukaso was is issued Issued issued ¬
sued ordering the massacre The paper paperadds pnperadds papeiadds
adds addsThe
The attitude of the authorities is issuch issuch h t tsuch
such as to strengthen this belief Chief Chiefof Chierof r rof
of Police Rodlonoff Rodlonott publicly declared declaredYou declareYou deelareYou
You Jews were slaughtered at Homel HomelIt
It will be tho same here hereFlynns hereFlynns herePlynnsBuiness
Flynns PlynnsBuiness Business College C llego 8th and K KBuiae ItDuinesa KIiusineM
Buiae Duinesa < shorthand typewriting tn typewritingrn > e1lT1t1n 25 a jr TMY Adv
TEACHERS REBEL REBELAGAINST REBELAGAINSTCHIEFOF
Mm AGAINST AGAINSTCHIEFOF AGAINSTCHIEFOFSIXTH APAMIOT nuirrnr unltr GHIEFOF GHIEFOFSIXTH ur urPattersQn
SIXTH DIVISION DIVISIONPatterson DIVISIONPattersQnAccused
Patterson PattersQnAccused ecused of Par Partiality PartialityJ Partiality ¬
tiality tialityJ i in Making MakingPromotions MakingPr MakingPromotions
Promotions PromotionsRANKED Pr PromotionsRANKED nYhtions nYhtionsRANKEDINorHE
RANKED RANKEDINorHE IN THE SERVICE SERVICESuperintendent SERVICpr SERVICpSuperintend SERVICESuterintendent
r
Superintend Superintendent nt Stuart De Declines Declines Dedines ¬
clines to toPiscuss Discuss Matter MatterIrregularities MatterIrreg MatterIrregularities
Irregularities Irreg Iarfties Denied DeniedShould DeniedShould
Should the efforts of a number of ofteachers ofteachers ofteachers
teachers In the Washington public publicschools pftbl1cschools pflblicschools
schools avail the thef thefloard Board of Educationmay Education Educationmay Educationmay
may find another knotty problem on Its Itscalendar 1tscalendnr Itscalendar
calendar of investigation Trouble Tro ble is isapparently IsapparenU isapparently
apparently ahead nh Sd of r one of the local localsupervising localsupervising localsupervising
supervising principals W V B Patter Patterson Patterson Patterson ¬
son of the Sixth Sixtb division who it Is Isasserted Isasserted isasserted
asserted by some som of of of the teachers un under under usder ¬
der him has not exercised fair methods methodsIn
In I n the administration of the duties of ofhis ofhis orhis
his office No charges have been offi officially omclally offidaIly ¬
daIly preferred preCerr < > dbut but indignation among amongthe amongthe amongthe
the teachers has h si reached chedsuch such a height heightthat heightthat heightthat
that a demand deman4 Joran for or an investigation investigationseems iuvestlgatlunseems investigationseems
seems imminent imminentAccording imminentAccording J JAccording
According to toseveral several of the teachers teachersBOW teachersU teachersnew
BOW U W in his division and nd others formerly formerlyunder formerlyunder formerlyunder
under his direction dire t on 3ir Ir Patterson has hasIt hasit hasIt
It is said given glvenPNlmotlons promotions to teachers teacherswho teacherswho teaeherwho
who were rankedjln rankedln point of service by byothers byothers byothers
others The latter have made every everyffort ev every everyeffort ry ryjffort
effort ffort to learn the thecauseot cause of this action actionon actionon actionon
on the part df f the theTsupervising supervising principal principalbut principalbut principalbut
but have haefaliedoso failed so far and It is be believed believed believed ¬
lieved they will appeal app al to Superinten Superintendent SuperIntendent Superintendent ¬
dent Stuart and the Board of Education Educationto
to set matters right rightSevere rIghtSevere rightSevere
Severe Criticism CriticismSentiment CriticismSentiment CriticismSentiment
Sentiment against Mr Patterson p tterson is isstrong Isstrong 1 1strong
strong and the teachers are anxious the thematter thematter thematter
matter shall be thoroughly sifted The Thesupervising Thesupervising Thesupervising
supervising principals prlnclp ls actions are se severely severely severely ¬
verely criticised crltlclsedand and It Is mild BILldhave BILldhaveb have havebeen havebeen
been b en on many occasions occi81 oc isions nssuch such as to callt call callfor callfor
for t r explanation It wastald today that thatrbe thato thaton
o on one one o ocaston c aslon t speat1egsonwas 1 1ess nwas t tbeK1 to tobegtvenr
rbe beK1 begtvenr > glYcifr icnbr by rMr = Mr I jtie PnUersontn atier s o nin on one spf orthe orthes of the theschools theschools
schools s hools before the the then thert superfntendcnt superfntendcntof supert super1ntendCrl super1ntendCrlof 1b t tolschools
of olschools schools Mr Powell Other teachers teacherswere teacherswerelnvlted te cher cherwere
were werelnvlted invited to hear the lesson lessonwhlch lessonwhlchas which whichwas I Iwas
was as responded to with such su h unusual ex excellence excellen cxcehlence ¬
cellence cellen that Mr Powell openly declared de dejlarehe l2red l2redhe
he would he willing to promote the theteacher theteacher theteacher
teacher then th6n in charge of the sixth sixthgrade sixthgrade I Igrade
grade to the eighth Subsequent events eventsIt OventsIt
it is said proved that Mr Patterson had hadgone hadgone I Igone
gone to the teachers room the day be before before befoTe
fore fore and prepared the children in the thelesson th thlesson I Ilesson
lesson
Proficient Proficient Teachers Slighted SlightedMuch Slightedi SlightedMuch
Much criticism cliticism i is Inunc launched d at Mr MrPatterson 1IrPatterson MrPatterson
Patterson for his unbusinesslike unbuslnessUk deport deportment deportment deportmeat ¬
ment in the schools chief of which it is issaid issaid h hsaid
said is a tendency to discuss personal personalmatters persontlmattors persona I Imatters
matters and not confine himself to class classaffairs classaffairs clas clasaffairs
affairs In regard to the promotions he heIs he heis
Is said to Have allowed his personal personalfeelings personalfeelings perzona 1 1feelings
feelings to control his recommendations recommendationsat
at the beginning of the school s hoolyear year and andso andso ant I Iso
so keep keepback back several teachers whose whosework whosework whos S Swork
work and service have proved their fit fitness fltness fl flness ¬
ness for higher classes classesMr classesMr classesMr
Mr Patterson was seen this morning morningby morniniby
by a a reporter for The Times and de defended d dfended dofended ¬
fended his method in making promotions promotionson 3 3on
on the ground of the teachers merit meritand L Land
and not seniority of service He de declared declared dcdared ¬
clared ho had made recommendations recommendationsfor
for promotions to the board and andthere andthere ant antthere I
there his responsibility had ended endedThinks endedThinks endedThinks
Thinks One Teacher Responsible ResponsibleWhen ResponsibleThen ResponsibleWhen
When Then asked about the special p clal lesson lessonhe less lessrbe n nhe
he is said to have given and to have haveprepared haic haicprepared bav bavprepared
prepared the children for it In advance advanceMr advanceMr advanceMr
Mr Patterson declared he had no recol recollection recollection recollection ¬
lection whatever whatav r of the incident He Headmitted Headmitted Th Thadmitted
admitted he was aware that some agi agitation agitation agitationexisted ¬
tation tationexisted existed among the teachers but butsaid butsaid bu L Lsaid
said ho believed it to be induced by ono onodisappointed onodIsappointed on ondisappointed
disappointed high grade teacher t acher When Whentold Whentold Whettold
told that a number were Involved he hesaid hi hisaid Ie Ieaald
said he did not know the cause and andwithdraw andwithdrdw am amwithtlraw
withdraw with the repeated declaration declarationthat declarationthat I Ithat
that he had promoted promoted only whe where e merit meritdemanded meritdemanded men t tdemanded
demanded demandedMr demandedMr demandedMr
Mr Stuart Superintendent of Public PublicSchools PubllcSchool S SSchools
Schools said today that the matter matter had hadnot hadnot km I Inot
not been officially brought to his no notice noUce notice ¬
tice and until he was Informed through throughofficial throughofficlal S Sofficial
official channels he had nothing to say sayThe sayThe Sal y yThe
The general features of the above abovecriticism abovecriticism 0 0criticism
criticism having been bee called to the at attention attention ¬ I Itcntlon
tention of General Boynton president of ofthe ofthe a f fthe
the Board of Education he said saidThere saidThere I I1here
There have been no recommendations recommendationsby recommendationby
by Mr Patterson either tor appointment appointmentor 0 0or
or promotion that have not received the thoapproval theapproval th S Sapproval
approval of Superintendent Stuart after afterexamination aRe r rexamination I Iexamination
examination by him Next all have been beensubmitted been8ubmllted beetsubmitted
submitted by him to the committee on onteachers onteachers at atteachers
teachers of the board and after con consideration consideration considoration ¬
sideration have received the approval approvalof apprqvnlof appr va vaof
of that committee which has made a afavorable afavorable c cfavorable
favorable report In each case to tho thoboard thoboard th S Sboard
board which report the board in turn turnhas turnbas turnhas
has finally adopted adoptedIn adoptedIn adoptedIn
In the matter of promotion promotion the es essential casential essential ¬
sential element is the efficiency marks marksTho marksTbe marksThe
The matter of seniority is considered consideredwhere con8iderewhere l lwhore
where two teachers are regarded as of ofequal ofequal o t tequni
equal efficiency As to personal mat matters matters matters ¬
ters set forth these arise as a a matter matterof matterof r rof
of course in many cases where there Is Isdisappointment h hdisapPQlIltment I S Sdisappointment
disappointment But In these cases caseswhero caseswhero I Iwhere
whero no names as yet yetappaar appear if thoae tbtHf2who tho S Swho i iwho
who feel that they have been unjustly unjustltreated
treated will state their cases to iho ihi ihiboard
board they may bo sure that they will willreceive willreceive wilreceive
receive full and impartial considera consideration conslderaUon consideration ¬
tion
INTENDANT nUMB nUMBAS DUMBAS
AS TO CHARGES CHARGESAGAINST CHARGESAGAINST
AGAINST ASYLUM ASYLUMStoutenburgh ASYLUMStoutenburgh
Stoutenburgh Says He HeMay HeN HeT
T May N y Make Makea a Separate SeparateReport SeparateI SeparateReportL
Report ReportL I Later LaterMORE LaterMORE ter
MORE MONEY IS BOUGHT BOUGHTt ISSOUGHTs ISSOUGHTHundreds BOUGHTHundreds
I I IH
t
Hundreds H unQreds of Thousands Are AreNeeded AreNeeded AreNeeded
Needed to Care for Insane InsaneIncrease InsaneIncrease InsaneIncrease
Increase in Inmates InmatesIntendant InmatesIntendant InmatesIntendant
Intendant Stoutenburgh StoutenburgL Stoutenb rgi of f the Wash Washington WashIngtonAsylum Washington ¬
ington IngtonAsylum Asylum submitted to the Com Commissioners Commissioners Commissioners ¬
missioners today toda his report on the con conduct conuct conduct ¬
duct uct of the InsJltutlon Institution for the fiscal flscnlyear flscnlyearended scal year yearended yearended
ended June 30 1103 and estimates for forits forits forits
its expenses exponses during the fiscal year end ending endn endlug ¬
lug n June SO O 1205 1205Contrary 1 105Contrary 05 05Contrary
Contrary to expectation the report reportdoes reportdoes reportdoes
does not touch upon up upon n the Investigation Investigationrecently Investigationrecently Investigationrecently
recently conducted in that institution InsUt tlon by bythe bythe bythe
the Board of Charities No comment Is Ismade Ismade ismade
made on the charges now pending pendingagainst pendingagahlst
against the administration of the theasylum thbasylum theasylum
asylum The Intendant h tendant says he will sub submit submit submit ¬
mit this data under separate cover to toCommissioner toCommissioner toCommissioner
Commissioner Commissioner West WestThe WestThe WestThe
The report gives the daily average of ofpersons ofpersons i iilersons
persons supported during the year at i
769 an Increase of 70 over the t e preced preceding precedIng precedlug ¬
ing year The total amount asked for is
I
244309 The cost of keeping the 76 76indigent 7GIndigent 7P 7Pindigent
indigent persons Is 70023 to install installlaundry instaUlaundry Installlaundry
laundry machinery 3750 for admin administration admlnIfttraUon adrnlaistration ¬
istration building and doctors Quarters
15000 for continuation of construction constructionwork constructionworlt constructionsork
work on the workhouse for men 75
000 and for the addition for negroes to toalmshouse toalmsho toalmshouse
almshouse almsho e 25000 25000I1SSIN6 2CXMISSING 25000MISSING >
MISSING DISPATCHES DISPATCHESALL DISPATCHESALL O1PATGEAUAGllNTE
ALL AUAGllNTE ACCOUNTED FOR FORNo FORNo
FOilS
No Messages Mess ges g sto to Arit American ri a Minister MinisterDr MinisterUp S
7 tBag Eiljdd Up UpDr p pDr
Dr Herran Herr n Colombian charge this thismorning thismorning thismorning
I morning received rec ived an official communica communication communl communlCation a alion ¬
tion from the State Department e artmeat advis advising advisIng
< ing him that all the cable dispatches dispatcheswhich dispatcheshlch dispatcheswhich I
which hlch had been thought lost or delayed delayedin delayedin
j in transmission to Minister Beaupre at atBogota atBogota atBogota
Bogota are at last accounted for The Thestatement Thestatement Thestatement
statement had been made that the Co Colombian Colombian Colombiaa ¬
lombian government was believed to be beholding beholding beholding
j holding up the dispatches sent by the theState theState theState
State Department Depa tment to the United States Statesrepresentative Statesrepresentative Statesrepresentative
representative in Colombia The two twodispatches twodlspatches twodispatches
dispatches which were ere missing for sev several several severa ¬
eral era weeks It has been learned arrived arrivedat arrivedat L Lat
at Panama at the time the office at atBuena atBuena al alBuena
Buena Ventura had been closed by the thecable thecable thecable
j cable company and consequently were weresent weresent weresent
sent to Bogota by mall This accounts accountsfor accountsfor I Ifor
for the delay delayIt dela delaIt delayis
It is not believed here that the United UnitedStates UnitedStates I IStates
States will have any difficulty in get getting getting getting ¬
ting its dispatches transmitted transmitted to Bogota Bogota Bo ¬
gota In the future As long as the theUnited theUnited theUnited I
United States has so Important Interests Interestsin Interest Interestin
in Colombia it Is not considered likely likelythe llkelythe r rthe
the cable company will precipitate Its Itscontest itseontest I Inontest
contest with the Bogota government in ina ina I Ia
a manner to interfere with the business businessof businessof
of the United States StatesCALLS StatesMINISTER StatesMII8TEH
MINISTER LEISHMAN LEISHMANGALLS WSDMAN1IALi
1IALi CALLS ABDUL ABD HUD HUDAmerican HAMIDAmerican IIAMI IIAMIAmerican
American Fleet Will Remain Until UntilSultan UntilSufian I ISultan
Sultan Recognizes S Schools SchoolsCONSTANTINOPLE SchoolsCONSTANTlNOPLE SchoolsCONSTANTINOPLE
CONSTANTINOPLE Oct 5 5Tbe 5The The Sul Sultan Sultan ¬
tan has again requested r quested the withdrawal withdrawalof I Iof
of the American fleet from Beirut BeirutUnited BeirutUnited BeirutUnited
United States Minister Leishman sent senta seata
a a reply to Abdul that America
would be bepleased bopleased I Ipleased
pleased to withdraw the fleet when whenTurkey whenTurk6Y I ITurkey
Turkey had officially recognized the theAmerican theAmerican C CAmerican
American schools within Turkish do domains domains domains ¬
mains mainsDispatches mainsDispatches mainsDispatches
Dispatches from Minister Ih lster Leishman at atConstantinople atConstanUnople atConstantinople
Constantinople received at the Stale De Department Department Dcpartment ¬
partment today indicate that there Is Isdissatisfaction Is is isdlsaaUsCacUon I Idissatssfaction
dissatisfaction in Constantinoplo be because because because ¬
cause of the continued presence of ot the theEuropean theEuropean S SEuropean
European squadron at Beirut BeirutMr BeIrutMr BeirutMr
Mr Adee Acting Secretary of State Statesays Statesays Statesays
says no formal request has been made madeby madeby madeby
by the Sultan for the withdrawal of the thofleet thefieet thefleet
fleet from Beirut BeirutSTREET DeirutSTREET BeirutSTREET
STREET RAILWAY SUED SUEDFOR SUEDFOR
FOR 5000 DAMAGES DAMAGESEmanuel DAMAGESEmanuel DAMAGESEmanuel I
Emanuel Netherland today instituted institutedproceedings instltut institutedproceedings d dproceedings
proceedings In the Supreme Court of ofthe ofthe of ofthe
the District against the Columbia Rail Railway Railway Railway ¬
way Company to recover 5000 as dam damages damages clamages ¬
ages for injuries sustained on July 5 5fvhcn 5Fhen 5vhen
fvhcn vhen a wagon in which he was driving drivingalong drivIngalong drivingalong
along New Jersey Avenue near H HStreet HStreet B BStreet
Street was struck by one of the cars carsand carsand carsand
and his shoulder and back were hurt hurtand hurtnnd hurtand
and he was otherwise injured in cease consequence conSQquence ceasequence ¬
quence quenceWebb quenceVcbb quenceWebb
Webb France are named as coun counsel counsel cottasel ¬
sel for tho plaintiff plaintiffNumber plaintiffNumber plaintiffNumber
Number One Blinds x pair pairAm pairAm pairAm
Am size a e full 1 1i inches incls Libbey Co CoAdv Adv
DEMENTED SWEDE SWEDESEEKS SWEDESEEKS
SEEKS PRESIDENT
BALL WINS qNS HIS FIGHT FIGHTAGAINST FIGHTAGAI8T
AGAINST AUDIGKSISM AUDIGKSISMJolin
1 Jolin P Nields Named as asUnited asUnited asUnited
United StatesAttorney StatesAttorneyTAKES State StatesAttoineyTAKES Attorney AttorneyTAKES
TAKES PLACE OF BYRNE BYRNEPresident BYRNEPresident BYRNEEresident
I
President Acts on Advice of Judiciary JudiciaryAgainst JudiciaryAgainst I IAgainst
Against Whom Gas Gas Man Has HasThreatened HasThreatenea i iThreatened
Threatened Threatened Legislation LegislationIt Le lation i
I iI
It was announced announ d at the White House Housethis Housethis i ithl
this thl afternoon nrternoon that John P NIelds NI < < I the thecandidate thecandidate thecanaidate
candidate of Senator Scnat r Ball had been beenappointed I Iappointed
appointed United United States attorney for forDelaware forDelaware
Delaware to succeed Mr Byrne The Thefollowing Thefollowing 11
following official statement was made madeJohn madeJohn madeJohn
John P Nlelds was today appointed appointedUnited I IUnited
United States attorney for Delaware DelawareThe DelawareThe I
The two tlt Senators disagreed as to whom whomthey whomthey whomthey
they would recommend for the vacancy vacancyThe TacancyThe
The President Pr sldent went over the indorse indorsements indorsements ¬
ments of all the candidates who had been beenrecommended beenrecommended beenrecommended
recommended for the place In such sucha
a case he feels that the opinion of the theJudiciary thejudiciary thejudiciary
Judiciary and the bar should have pe peculiar pecullar pecullcrr ¬
culiar weight He H finds that the Fed Federal Federal Federal ¬
eral and State Judges and an over overwhelming overwlielming overwhelming ¬
whelming majority of the members of ofthe ofthe ofhe
the he Delaware bar bar without regard to toparty toparty
party party or orfacUon faction favor the thetppointment thetppointmentor appointment appointmentof
of John P Nields and the President Presidentbeing PresidentbeIng Presidentbeing
being entirely satisfied as to his per personal personal personal ¬
sonal and professional fitness for the theoffice theoroce theoffice
office has this day appointed him himGreeted himGreeted himGreeted
Greeted an Old Friend FriendThe FriendThe FriendThe
The Rev William Francis Ireland IrelandBaptist IrelandBaptist a aBaptist
Baptist pastor of New York city with withMrs withMrs withMrs
Mrs Ireland and their t elr infant child call called ca11ed called ¬
ed on the President this morning Mr MrIreland MrIreland Ir IrIreland
Ireland is an old friend of Mr 311 Roose Roosevelt Roosevelt Roosevelt ¬
velt and believes In him thoroughly thoroughlyThe thoroughJyThe thoroughlyThe
The President was much mu < h delighted with withthe wIththe withthe
the little one and promised to send it ithis ithis ithis
his photograph photographUnder pbotographUnd photographUnder
Under Und r the supervision of Landscape LandscapeGardener LnndscapeG LandscapeGardener
Gardener G t ener Brown Of t the White House Housej Housear Housetree
j Jajge ar e tree t ee which W Ih jstands s stands at the lh eii eiitrancc eI en entianCC 1 1tranccoCht
trancc tranccoCht of oCt1O the White House fousegroupds1 fousegroupds1cross groutfds groutfdsacross grouidsa9oss
across a9oss cross the street from the State iyar iyarand War Warand 1 1and
and and N Navy avy Vy Department Building is un undergoing endergoing n naergolD ¬
dergoing repairs r Palra The decaying parts jmrtsare partsare partsare
are being cut away and cement Is being beingfilled belagfilled beiagfilled
filled in At the same time the tree treewill treewill treewill
will be substantially braced bracedSimple bracedSimple bracedSimple
Simple Life Essay for Cabinet CabinetPresident CabinetPresident CabinetPreildent
President Roosevelt has presented presentedeach presentedeach presentedeach
each member of his Cabinet with a acopy ncopy acopy
copy of The Simple Life by Charles CharlesWagner Charl CharlVaguer CharlesVaguer
Vaguer an Alsatian The President Presidentconsiders Presidentconsiders PresidentConsiders
considers his own ideas of life and those thoseof thoseof thoseof
of Mr Ir Wagner are parallel with no es essential essentlal essential ¬
sential conflict between betweenThe The Simple SimpleLife SimpleLite SimpleLife
Life and The Strenuous StrenuouS StrenuouSLire Life LifePresident LirePresident LifePresident
President Roosevelt with ith his son sonArchie sonArchie sonArchie
Archie attended services at Grace Re Reformed Reformed Reformed ¬
formed Church Fifteenth and 0 Streets Streetsnorthwest Streetsnorthwest Streetsnorthwest
northwest yesterday morning mo ing The ThePresident ThePresident ThePresident
President took part in the thecommunion thecommunionservice communion communionservice communionservice
service
Prominent Callers CallersAdmiral CallerAdmiral CallernAdmiral
Admiral Walker Waiker Adjutant AdJ tant General GeneralCorbin GeneralCorbin GeneralCorbln
Corbin and Secretary Shaw were among amongthe amongthe amongthe
the White hlte House visitors this morning morningSome morningSome morningSome
Some Importance was attached to Ad Admiral Admiral Admimi ¬
miral Walkers visit as it pas as thought thoughtto
to have a bearing on on canal matters mattersThis mattersThis mattersThis
This was denied however by Admiral AdmiralWalker AdmIralalker AdmiralWalker
Walker WalkerDRUGGISTS WalkerORIIUGISTS alker alkerDRUGGISTS
DRUGGISTS MEET HERE HEREIN HEREIN IIEREI IIEREANNLJAt
IN ANNUAL CONCLAVE CONCLAVENational CONCLAVENational CONGAYNational
I
National Association of Retailers RetailersBegins RetailersBegins RetailersBegins
Begins Proceedings Tonight TonightDruggists Toni ht htDruggists
Druggists from f m all parts of the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates I
States have been flocking Into Wash Washington WashIngton Washington ¬
ington to attend the fifth annual con convention convention convention ¬
vention of the National XaUonalAssoclatlon Association of ofRetail ofRetan ofRetail
Retail Druggists The first session sessionof sessionof sessionf
of f the convention will be held In the theRaleigh theRaleigh theRaleigh
Raleigh Hotel at 730 tonight It Is ex expected expec cxpected ¬
pected pec ed that there will be 300 delegates delegatesin
in the convention conventionCommissioner conveJtlon conveJtlonCommissioner conventIonCommissioner
Commissioner Macfarland and S L LHilton LHllton LHilton
Hilton president of the local drug druggists druggists druggista ¬
gists association assocIation will deliver address addresses ¬
es of welcome welcomeDICKINSON welcomeDICKINSON welcomeDICKiNSON
DICKINSON BEFORE BEFOREBOUNDARY BEFOREBQUNDARY BEFOREBOUNDARYCOMMISSION
BOUNDARY BOUNDARYCOMMISSION BOUNDARYCOMMISSIONLONDON COMMISSION COMMISSIONLONDON COMMISSIONLONDON
LONDON Oct 5 5Judge Judge Dickinson of ofcounsel orcounsel 01 01counsel
counsel for the United States today fin flnIshed finIshed finished
Ished the third stage of his discussion discussionuwe dIscussiontW
uwe tat Alaskan Ala tan Boundary Commis Commission Commission Cominissian ¬
sion sionThe sionThe sianThe
The session tomorrow will be but a ashort ashort ashort
short one to enable the members to at attend attend attend ¬
tend the funeral of the late Ambassa Ambassador Ambassador 4snbas5ador ¬
dor Michael UchaelHerbcrt Herbert which whichwn will be held heldIn heldIn heldthe
In the afternoon afternoonINJURED aternoon1NJU afternoon1NJUED i
INJURED 1NJU ED IN EXPLOSION EXPLOSIONYORK EXPLOSIONy
y > tr YORK ORK Oct 5 5While While thirteen thirteenpeople thirteenpeopl thirteenpeoplwere
people peopl peoplwere were at work today in the dyeing dyeingusiu dyeingu dyeinguatcizahmeat
usiu u uatcizahmeat t iishment of Samuel Loewenthal LoewcnthalSons LoewenthalSons LoewenthalSons
Sons at 115 Clinton Street several cans cansof cansof cansof
of gasolene in the basement exploded explodedand explodedand explodedand
and Henry Loewenthal a member of the thefirm thefirm thefirm
firm and Joseph Kimmel an employe employewho employeho employewho
who ho were w re in the basement were badly badlyburned badlyburned badlybtirned
burned The rest of the thirteen had hadnarrow hadnarrow hadnarrow
narrow escapes
Peter Elliott Armed With a aRevolver aRevolyer aRevolyer
Revolver Revolyer Tries to Force ForceHis ForceHis ForceHis
His Way Into the White WhiteHouse WhiteHouse WhIteHouse
HouseFOUGHT HouseFOUGHT House HouseFOUGHT
FOUGHT WITH GUARDS GUARDSAND GUARDSAND GUARDSAND
AND SMASHED A CAB CABDesperate CABr CABDesperate CABDesperate
r
Desperate Struggle Ended EndedWith EndedWith EndedWitk
With Witk Injuries to toPrisoner toPrisonerand Prisoner Prisonerand Prisonerand
and Policeman PolicemanLocked PolicemanLockedin Locked Lockedin
in Cell CellArmed CellArmed CellArmed
Armed wlth a loaded revolver and andintent anelIntent andntent
intent I ntent upon up upbn n Injuring some one Peter PeterElliott PeterElllott PeterElliott
Elliott an insane Swede tried tri d to force forcehis forcehIs forceila
his l ila way into the White House thi thimorning th thmorning this thismorning
morning lIe was overpowered placed placedin
in i n the House of Detention cab and started started start started ¬
ed to the police station but before he hehad hehad hOhad
had gone far he wrecked the vehicle vehicleinjured vehIcleinjured vehiclenjured
injured i himself and Policeman James JamesCiscle JamesCIscle Jamg5Ciscie
Ciscle and escaped He fled followed by bythe by bythe bythe
the policeman who fired three shots at atthe atthe atthe
the madman before he was recaptured recapturedAccording recapturedAccording recapturedAccording
According to reports Elliott has been beenhovering beenhoering beenhovering
hovering around the Executive Mansion Mansluafor Mansioator Mansionfor
for several days He is a small man manand manand manand
and Is poorly dressed dre dresed sed Yesterday be hetried betrIed betried
tried t to force his way into the church churchwhere churchwhere churchwhere
where the President was attending ser services servIces seevices ¬
vices but the Secret Service men stop stopped stopped stopp ¬
ped p d him
Just for Fun FunThis FunThIs FunThis
This morning Elliott ElII tt rutshed r shed through throughthe throu throughthe b bthe
the main vestibule and was making his hisway htsw btsway
way w way y into the Presidents office when the thedoorkeeper thedoorkeeper thedoorkeeper
doorkeeper stopped him When hen asked askedwhere aske4where askedwhere
where he Intended to go the madman madmanreplied madmsare madmanreled
replied repliedWhy re reledWhy lled lledVhy
Why to see the President of course courseHe courseHe courseHe
He has Just sent for me meWhat m mUWhatdoes meWhat
UWhatdoes What does he want to see you youabout youabouU youabout
about abouU asked the doorkeeper doorkeeperOh doorkeeperuOh
uOh Oh Just for fun replied the Swede SwedeWell SwedeWell SwedeWell
Well His Hl Excellency Is not feeling feelingfunny feelingtunny e lIng lIngCunny
funny today Theres the path leading leadingout lendingout leadingoutof
out outof of the th gnpunds g unds was the doorkeep doorkeepeVs doork doorkeepeiiS p ptsTetort
eVs tsTetort tsTetortI eiiS retort retortLeaped TetortLeaped >
Leaped I apea Through Window WindowElliott WindWElliott WiudwElliott
Elliott refused to go out of the ves vestibule vestibule yestibule ¬
tibule and was arrested nrrested The House Houseof Houseof Houseof
of Detention van was summoned and andarrived andarrhed andarrived
arrived before the prisoner was fully fullysearched fullysearched fullysearched
searched He entered the cab after afterprotesting afterprotesUng afterprotesting
protesting and resisting vigorously and andwatching andwatching andwatching
watching his chance when his arms armswere armswererele armswere
were wererele released set1 he made an effort to totake tatnke totake
take a revolver from his pocket pocketThe pocketTbe pocketThe
The policeman by his side wrenched wrenchedthe wrenchedthe wrenchedthe
the Weapon from his hand and then a afight afight afight
fight ensued in the course of which all allof aUor allof
of the windows were broken Later LaterElliott Late LateEmott LaterElliott
Elliott Jumped through the sash cut cutting cutting cutting ¬
ting his head and face with broken brokenpieces hrokenpieces brokenpieces
pieces of the panes panesHe panesHe panesHe
He dashed down Executive Avenue Avenuebut Avenuebut Avenuebut
but was captured In the rear of the theWhite theYhlte theWhite
White House Hou e by the head headusher usher and andpoliceman a apoliceman apoliceman
policeman Tfc 4 Sanitary Officer Frank of ofihe ofhe
ihe 1 he Police Department was informed informedof
of the mans arrest and will make an anexamination anexamlnatJon anxamtnittlon
examination as to his mental condition conditionHis conditionHis conditIonHis
His Hallucinations HallucinationsA
A reporter for The Times interviewed interviewedElliott intervlewedElllott interviewedElliott
Elliott in his cell at the First precinct precinctstationhouse precinctstationhouse precinctstationhouse
stationhouse after his head had been beendressed beendre beendressed
dressed dre sed at the Emergency Hospital El Elliott Elliott Elliott ¬
liott Is evidently Insane his mind run running ruQning running ¬
ning on his own o n Importance and noble unobei nobleness nobleness ¬
i ness and attempts which he alleges allegeshave nllegeshav allegeshave
have hav been made on his life He has re resided rei resided
i sided In this country for the past eleven elevenyears eleebyears elewehyears
years most of the th time In Minneapolis MinneapolisHe MInneal Unnea1ollsHe oliso olisoHe
He said he had recently written a let letter letter letten ¬
ter to President Roosevelt RooseveltThis RooseveltThis RooseveltThis
This said Elliott had made everyone everyonetempted everyoneelse everyoneelse
else so jealous or him that they had at attempted attempted
tempted to poison him To escape them themhe themhe themhe
he had armed himself with the SScalt SScaltber 38cal1ber SScaliher
ber revolver found on him and had hadwandered wid widwandered knotwandered
wandered about the country for the thepast thepast thepast
past month coming here several days daysago daysago daysago
ago from Paterson N J J and stopping stoppingsince stoppingsince stoppingsince
since coming here at 709 Eighth Street Streetnorthwest Str Streetnorthwest et etnorthwest
northwest He gave ale his occupation as asmachinist Umachinist asmachinist
machinist
Intended No Harm HarmYesterday HarmYesterdaY HarmYesterday
Yesterday said Elliott he had seen seenthe seenthe seenthe
the President at church and the latter latterseemed l1tterseemedlat latterseemed
seemed seemedlat clad t to t o see hae him For this rea reason reasonct reasoa
son sonct lie ie decided to call at the White WhiteHouse WhlteHou WhiteHove
House Hou Hove this thisioraing morning orning and pay his re respects respects respects ¬
spects to the President President He denies em emphatically emphaticallY emphatically
phatically that he went there with evil evilIntent evilInte evilintent
Intent IntentIn Inte intentIn t tIn
In leaping after him Policeman PoUc man James JamesCiscle JamesClsel JamesClsole
Ciscle Clsel sustained a a very severe cut of ofthe IJtthe ofthe
the right elbow which may lose him himthe hImthe hintthe
the use us usa df t his arm Even In his dis disabled dlaablad disabled ¬
abled condition however be caught and andheld andheld andheld
held his man until the arrival of thft thftEmergency thftEmergency theEmergency
Emergency Hospital ambulance in incharge u ucharge ncharge
charge of Dr Hussey HusseyAt HusseoAt HurneyAt
At the hospital the men were treated treatedby treatedby treatedby
by Dry Dr White and Perkins Elliott was wasthen wasthen wasthen
then removed to the police station and andis andIs andIs
is held pending further tu ther Investigation InvestigationTho InvesUgnuoTho investigationThe
Tho police lollce are In communication with withthe withthe withthe
the Minneapolis and Paterson police polleewith poIlcewith
with a view to to3scertalnlng toascertaining ascertaining his former formerrecord formerrecord formerrecord
record recordElliott recordElllotl recordElliott
Elliott first became known to the theWhite theWhHe theWhite
White House Torce through his efforts effortsto effortsto effortsto
to connect himself with the attempt ot otProf otProto ofProf
Prof Langley to operate Op rate his airship airshipThe airshipThe airshipThe
The The professor proCeSsor said Elliott E lolt had adver advertised advertised advertisect ¬
tised in the Minneapolis papers for or a aman aman aman
man to make the first ascent and he heElliott heElUott heElliott
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