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to brisk southerly y Y L7 S Regular Office RatesNUMBER RatesNUMBER Rates RatesNUMBER
The he Board of Education EducationMakes Education1akes EducationMakes
Makes Such a aRequest aRequest aRequest
Request RequestESTIMATES RequestESTIMATES RequestIA
Buildings Crowded and More MoreMoney MoreMoney MoreMoney
Money Is Needed for Kin Kindergarten Kindergarten Kindergarten ¬
dergarten Instruction InstructionThe
The estimates to cover the expenses expensesof
of the public school system systenf in the Dis District District District ¬
trict of Columbia for tho fiscal year yearending yearending yearending
ending June 30 1905 were submitted to tothe tothe tothe
the Commissioners this morning by the theBoard the theBoard theBoard
Board of Education EducationA
A total of 2103486 is asked for The Thedocument Thedocument Thedocument
document is voluminous and provides for forsweeping forsweeping forsweeping
sweeping Increases in the pay of almost almostall almostall almostall
all of more than a thousand teachers teachersIt
It declares that teachers with like du duties duties u uties ¬
ties elsewhere receive much larger salaries sala salaries salaries ¬
ries than those paid in the District of ofColumbia ofColumbia ofColumbia
Columbia ColumbiaA ColumbiaA
A total of 1392 teachers is requested requestedan
an increase In rease of 45 over the number now nowemployed nowemployed nowemployed
employed Instead of twelve supervis supervising 8upenfsing supervising ¬
ing principals at 2000 thirteen arc arcasked arcasked arcasked
asked for eight at 2500 and five at
2000 The statement is made that the theefficiency theefficiency theefficiency
efficiency of the night schools has been beenseriously beenserlouslylmpalred beenseriously
seriously serlouslylmpalred impaired by the reduction of ofthe orthe ofthe
the appropriation appr prlaUon from 8800 to 6000 G000and 6000and 6000and
and especially by the insertion of the theclause theclause theclause
clause for pupils not over twentyone twentyoneyears twentyoneyears twentyoneyears
years of age The board earnestly earnestlyrecommends earnestlyrecommends earnestlyrecommends
recommends that this restriction be re removed removed removed ¬
moved In the interest Intl > rest of many deserving deservingpersons desenluKpersons deservingpersons
persons who have hitherto been privi privileged privileged privileged ¬
leged to attend the he night schools but butare buture butare
are nowgrarcluded nowgrarcludedKoBrWlment 110 luded ludedllment ded dedlIment
KoBrWlment lIment Heavy HeavyThe HeavyThe HeavyThe
The Btartlln startling iJannouncement fannouncement announcement is made madethat miidethat madethat
that although althoug althoughthe the thetMcklnley tMcklnley Manual ManualTraining MauualTraInIng ManualTraining
Training School S Schoo o l will only scat sea 250 pu pupils pupUs pu ¬
pUs the enrollment e llmont Is already 550 A AAiS Amiler
AiS miler iSS iii SSS10 pion exists exIsts inrtho intho tho Armes Armestxoug Arm ArmStrong Arm Armt
Strong txoug t ong School where thereare there tire 303 seats seatsand seatsand seatsand
and 356 pupils pupilsTwo pupIlsTwo pupilsTwo
Two vacation schools are wanted eight eightnew eightnew eightnew
new graded ded school buildings two new newnormal new newnormal newnormal
normal school buildings one new man manual manual manual ¬
ual training school and additions to tho thoChevy thoChevY theChevy
Chevy Chase Ivy City Petworth and andBennlns andBennIng andBenning
BennIng schools schoolsThe schoolsThecondlUon schoolsThe
The ThecondlUon condition of plumbing in some of ofthe oftho ofthe
the older school buildings is reported to tobe tobe tobe
be in bad condition and a much larger largerappropriation largerapproprIation largerappropriation
appropriation has been asked for forTwo forTo forTwo
Two assistant superintendents superInt ndents are oreasked areasked areasked
asked for at 53000 an increase from
2000 to 2500 is requested in the sal salary salary salary ¬
ary of thq secretary of the board the thedirector thedirector thedirector
director of manual training is raised raisedfrom raisedfrom raisedfrom
from 2000 to 2500 24000 is asked askedfor askedfOT askedfor
for director of primary instruction instructionthree Instructlonthree instructionthree
three grammar school principals eight eighthigh eighthigh eighthigh
high school schoolteachers teachers and four manual manualtraining manualtraining manualtraining
training teachers teachersRepairs teachersRepnlrs teachersRepairs
Repairs and improvements to school schoolgrounds schoolgrounds schoolgrounds
grounds call for 0000 plumbing re repairs repelnw repairs ¬
pairs 50000 purchase of tools for formanual formnnual formanual
manual training schools t25000 25000 fuel
45000 and contingent expenses eXpenses 45
000 an Increase of 10000 10000Gives 10000x 10000aGives 10000xGives
Gives His Proof ProofIn Pro lsroofIn f fIn
In support of this last Item the re report report report ¬
port says saysThe saysThe saysThe
The growth of the schools causes causesconstantly causesconstantly causesconstantly
constantly Increasing demands upon uponthe uponthe uponthe
the contingent fund None of the thoschools theschools theschools
schools are supplied to the extent to towhich towhich towhich
which they should be with reference referencebooks referenoGbooks referencebooks
books bookcases maps and other es essentials es8enUal1S essentials ¬
sentials At least 1000 should be avail available avnllable available ¬
able for professional lectures to teach teachers teachers teachers ¬
ers ersOther
Other Important items follow followKindergarten ronowKlndergnrten followKindergarten
Kindergarten Instruction 45000 an anIncrease anIncrease anincrease
Increase of 10000 This Increase is isnecessary Isnecessary isnecessary
necessary in order to enable the board boardto boardto boardto
to establish several new kindergarten kindergartenschools kindergartenschools kindergartenschools
schools and increase the salaries of the thepoorly thepoorly thepoorly
poorly paid kindergarten teachers The Theassistants Theassistants Theassistants
assistants receive only 300 and the theprincipals theprincipals theprincipals
principals have not yet reached the pay payof pn pnof payof
of the primary grade teacher The Theamount Theamount Theamount
amount asked for is necessary in order orderthat orderthat orderthat
that the board may extend the privi privileges privileges privileges ¬
leges of the kindergarten to the subur suburban suburban suburban ¬
ban schools schoolsThe schoolsThe schoolsThe
The board desires to Increase the sal salContinued salContinued salContinued
Continued on Tenth Page PageWEATHER PageWEATHER PageWEATHER
During the next thirtysix hours the thenorthern thenorth thenorthern
north northern rn disturbance will move eastward eastwardover eutwarllover eastwardover
over Canada attended by rain and high highsoutherly llirhsoutherlY highsoutherly
southerly shifting to westerly winds in inthe Inthe inthe
the lower lake region and the Ohto Val Valley Valley Valley ¬
ley and by thunderstorms this evening eveningand ev eveningand nlng nlngand
and tonight in tho middle anI upper upperOhio UlperOhio upperOhio
Ohio Valley and the lower lake lak region regionDuring regionDurIng regionDuring
During tonight tho rain area will oxtcnJ oxtcnJover oxtenJover oxteniover
over the Middle Atlantic and New Jw Eng Ensland Entland England
land States and during tomorrow rain rainwill rainwJll rainwill
will be followed by clearing and colder colderweather colderwather colderweather
weather in the Atlantic Coast Coa > > t districts districtsTEMPERATURE districtsI districtsTEMPERATURE
9AM 9 A M 70
12 noon 77 771PM
1PM 1 pn 79 79THE 7JTHE 79THE
Sun nets today 530 31j p m mSun J11Sun mSun
Sun rises tomorrow tomorrow602 802 a m mTIDE mTIDE mTIDE
High tide today eo 845 pm pmHigh p m mHigh mHigh
High tide tomorrow903 a m m923 923 p m maw mtw mtaw
tw aw tide tomorrow315 a m 221 3 21 D m
Liberal Press P ess Severe in Regard to Former Secretarys PersonalltY Per Personality Personality ¬
sonality While Conservative Papers Call for foran foran foran
an Unprejudiced U Consideration
LONDON Oct 7 7The The speech of for former former former ¬
mer Colonial Secretary Chamberlain at atGlasgow atGlnsgow atGlasgow
Glasgow last night in which he outlined outlinedhis outlinedhis outlinedhis
his policy of preferential tariffs for the thecolonies thecolonies thecolonies
colonies hashad a strengthening effect effecton efIecton effecton
on the protectionists protectionistsHis
His outline which does not verify the theoppositions theopposltlons theoppositions
oppositions hysterical predictions has hascaused hascnused hascaused
caused a awavo wavo of hope in the ranks of ofMr ofMr ofMr
Mr Chamberlains followers The mod moderation molloration moderation ¬
eration of his scheme is generally generallythought generallythought generallythought
thought to foreshadow ultimate victory victoryAttitude victoryAttitude victoryAttitude
Attitude of Colonies ColoniesThe ColoniesThe ColoniesThe
The general opinion however is that thatthe tbathe thatthe
the he proposals need further elucidation elucidationespecially elucidationespecially elucidationespecially
especially concerning the attitude of thecolonies the thecolonies thecolonies
colonies to the scheme The chief criticisms criti criticisms criticlsms ¬
cisms S are today directed against Mr MrChamberlains MrChamberlains lr lrChamberlalns
Chamberlains assertion that British ex exports ex exports x xports ¬
ports aro on the decline The Liberals Liberalsand Liberalsand Liberalsand
and many Conservatives deny this It is ispointed Ispointed ispointed
pointed out that Chamberlain compared comparedtho comparel1tho comparedthe
tho present years exports with those of
1872 when an abnormal encouragement encouragementPRHMII encouragementOGTOBER encouragementOTOBEII
Samuel Samu l H Walker Selected Selectedas
as Foreman ForemanALL ForemanALL ForemanALL
Trials Begin in Every Court ExceptCriminal ExceptCriminal Except ExceptCriminal
Criminal No No2 a Where Va Vacancy Vacancy Vacancy ¬
cancy Exists ExistsThe ExistsThe ExistsThe
The grand Jury for the October term termof termot termof
of the District Supreme Court was or organized org organized ¬
ganized g ganized llzed this this morning norn f1g b by w Justice JusUce2r1t lEritdh lEritdhard iritchard h hrdpresldln
ard ard rdpresldln presIdlngijn J i Ci C rlminail iminalCOurtNQ lffalVGourt courtNQ No 4 4Samuel ai aiSamuel 1 1Samuel
Samuel H HWalker Walker was appointed fore foreman f foreman re reman ¬
man I IThe
manThe The organization of the petit juries juriesIn juriesin j jIn
In the criminal and circuit branches of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the court was also completed and the theWork thework thework
Work of the term begun begunWork begunWork begunWork
Work in the Court of Appeals was be beI begun begun
I gun with the hearing of the appeal app al of ofFrank ofFrank ofFrank
Frank Weigand who was convicted convicted In Inthe inthe inthe
the Police Court for violation of the theregulation theregulation theregulation
regulation pertaining to the sale of milk milkin milkin milkin
in the District of Columbia Messrs MessrsLeckie MessrsLeckie MessrsLeckie
Leckie and Fulton appeared for the appellant ap appellant appellant ¬
pellant and Corporation Counsel Duvall Duvalland Dualland Duvalland
and Thomas for the District DistrictIn DistrictIn DistrictIn
In Criminal Courts CourtsIn CourtsIn
In Criminal Court No No1 1 the first case casecalled casecalled casecalled
called was that of Carrie McDowell McDowellalias 1lcDowellalias McDowellalias
alias Carrie McDonald who Is accused accusedof
of the larceny of a pair of earrings and andJ10
J10 10 from Mrs Jennie M Hines her em employer omployer umployer ¬
ployer ployerBecause ployerBecause ployerBecause
Because of the vacancy on the Dis District District District ¬
trict Court bench there were no trials trialsin trialsIn trialsin
in Criminal CrIminal Court No No2 2 Justice Gould Gouldhowever Gouldhowever Gouldhowever
however completed the work of em empaneling empanelfng empaneling ¬
paneling the petit jury in that division divisionof
of the court courtIn courtIn courtIn
In Circuit Court No No2 2 Justice Bar Barnard Barnard Barnard ¬
nard presiding the first suit begun was wasthat wasthnt wasthat
that of David Stewart against Galen E EGreen EGreen EGreen
Green to recover 5000 alleged to bo bodue bQdue bedue
due on a certain promissory note noteIn noteIn noteIn
In Circuit Court No No1 1 Chief Justice JusticeClabaugh JusticoClabaugh JusticeClabaugh
Clabaugh presiding cases from 2 to 150 150In 150In 150in
In the law calendar wore called calledIn calledIn calledIn
In Equity Court No 1 Justice An Anderson Anderson Anderson ¬
derson and Equity Court No 0 Justice JusticeGould JusticeGould JusticeCould
Gould the first ten causes on T the theequity the theequity he heequity
equity calendar were called calledHONOURABLE calledHONOURABLE calledURABft
English Visitors Journey Up Hud Hudson Hudson Hudson ¬
son to West Point PointNEW P9int P9intNEW PointNEW
NEW YORK YORK Oct 7 7The The famous famo s Hon Honourable Honourable Ronourablo ¬
ourable Artillery Company of London de descended descended descended ¬
scended upon New York today arriv arriving arrivIng arriving ¬
ing from Boston early this morning on onthe ontbe onthe
the Fall River boat The English visi visitors visitors visitors ¬
tors were escorted from Boston by the theAncient theAncient theAncient
Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company Com Company Company ¬
pany of Boston and the Artillery Com Company Company Company ¬
pany of Newport The Th visitors will be bethe bethe bethe
the guests of the Old Guard of New York Yorkwhile Yorkwhile Yorkwhile
while here hereToday hereToday hereToday
Today they will Journey up the Hudson Hud Hudson Hudson ¬
son to West Point PointLeaving PointLeaving PointLeaviqg
Leaving here Friday morning the party partywill partywill partywill
will proceed to Washington whore a re reception reception rocoptlon ¬
ception has been prepared pro pared Saturday will willbo willbe willbe
be passed in a visit to the tomb of ofWashington ofVashlngton ofWashington
Washington and later In the day the thocompany thecompany thecompany
company will be received by President PresidentRoosevelt Pres PresidentRoosevelt dent dentRoosovelt
Roosevelt In the White House HouseOn HouseOn HouseOn
On Saturday night the party will de depart depart depart ¬
part for Niagara Falls The train trainthroughout trainthroughout trainthroughout
throughout tho trip will travel in two twosections twosections twosuctions
sections the first being made Cp of a abaggage abaggage abaggage
baggage car two dining cars six sleep sleeping sleepIng sleeping ¬
ing cara and the private car Columbia Columbiawhich Columbiawhich Columbiawhich
which will be used by the Earl of Den Denbigh Denblh Denbigh ¬
bigh commander of the London com company oompany oempany ¬
pany and Lady Denbigh DenbighClear DeablghClear DenbighClear
Clear of Knots KnotsFlooring Flooring e200 e200Ier X200Per 200 200icr
Per 100 ft Libbey Co Oth 0th and X U Y a aAdr Ave AveAdr avetds
of exports followed the ending of the theFrancoPrussian theFrancoPrusslan theFrancoPrussian
FrancoPrussian war warIt WllrIt warIt
It Is also pointed out that if Mr MrChamberlains MrChamberlains MrChamberlains
Chamberlains reciprocity works out outIt as asit asit
it Is Intended it will automatically automaticallyabolish automaticallyabo1fsh automaticallyabolish
abolish the duty on manufactures thus thusleaving thuplenvlng thusleaving
leaving England to impose J2800 2800
000 additional Internal taxation to tocover tocover tocover
cover the deficit The stock xchange exchangemembers xchangemembers xchangemembers
members generally approve of the thespeech thespeech thespeech
speech but here as elsewhere there is isan isan isan
an inclination to wait for f r more light on onthe onthe onthe
the subject before a final verdict is isgiven Issl isgiven
given sl veu
Views of the Press PressThe PressThe PressThe
The liberal provincial papers do not notattack notattack notattack
attack the speech so much as Mr Ir Cham Chamberlains Chamberlalns Chamberlains ¬
berlains personally The conservative conservativepress conservativepress conservativepress
press comment is echoed In the Bir Birmingham Dlrmlngham Birmingham ¬
mingham Post which says saysWe saysVe saysWe
We Ve desire for the scheme the fullest fullestand fullestand fullestand
and most unprejudiced consideration considerationThe consideratIonThe considerationThe
The issue istoo serious for mere party partyretorts partyretorts partyretorts
retorts retortsDoes retortsSARGENT retorts3ARGT
Does Not Favor the Plan of ofNew ofNev ofNew
New York Men MenHE MenI MenHE
Asserts That Existing Law Should ShouldBe ShouldBe ShouldBe
Be Made More Stringent Than ThanIt ThanIt ThanIt
It Is at PresentCommissioner Present PresentCommissioner PresentCommissioner
Commissioner General neral Sargent of the theBureau theBureau theBureau
Bureau of Immigration of the Depart Department DopartJlt Department ¬
ment Jlt of Commerce ridiculed ridlo led thejresolu thejresolulion the tlieresolution esolu esolutfO
lion tfO tion presented Pjo S tCdt to < the theNev New York Chain Chainberbf Chama
e berbf er 1 t oC Commar Commerce COr aJG 1mer e by C C ShayneVwK Sh Shayn y lWhm lWhmadvocates 0S tvhtchi tvhtchiadvocates ch chadvocates
advocates the repeal of the immigrationlaw immigration immigrationlaw
law of 1903 with the idea of having a amore nmore amore
more stringent law enacted and the thereturn thereturn thereturn
return to tho socalled examination of ofImmigrants ofImmigrants ofimmigrants
Immigrants to the United States Stat os by the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States consuls before they em embark embark embark ¬
bark barkMr barkIr barkMr
Mr Ir Sargent said that to repeal the theImmigration theImm1grnUon theimmigration
Immigration law which is stronger now nowthan nowthan nowthan
than ever ver before would be folly in inview Inview inview
view of the danger that another law lawnot lawnot lawnot
not so strict might mlht be enacted He is ishoweverin Is110weverln isliowever
liowever howeverin in favor of making the pres present present present ¬
ent law more efficient by additions and andchanges nndchanges andchanges
Old Abuses AbusesUnder AbusesUnder AbusesUnder
Under the old law of 1893 Mr fr Shayne Shaynesaid Shaynesnld Shaynesaid
said In his speech to the Chamber of ofCommerce otCommerce ofCommerce
Commerce the American consuls had hadto hadto hadto
to verify In person the lists of immi immigrants Immigrants immigrants ¬
grants sailing to the United States Be Because Because Because ¬
cause the consuls now do not have di direct direct direct ¬
rect access to the manifest man1o t sheets con containing containing containing ¬
taining the names of the passengers passengersMr passengersIr passengersMr
Mr Ir Shayno declared that valuable valuablepower valuablepower valuablepower
power had been taken from their hands handsHe handsHe handsHe
He said that too much power now lies liesin 118SIn liesin
in the hands of the steamship com companies companies companies ¬
panies which are looking merely for forfinancial forfinancial forfinancial
financial gain gainMr gainMr gainMr
Mr Sargent pointed out the fact that thatunder thatunder thatunder
under the old law the American con consuls consula consuls ¬
suls merely pocketed a fee for signing signingtheir sIgningtheir signingtheir
their names to the lists which hleh had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been sworn to by the ships surgeons surgeonsand surgeonsand surgeonsand
and that the consuls made no inspec inspection Inspection inspoctton ¬
tion of Immigrants whatever before beforeembarkation beforeembarkation beforeembarkation
embarkation He said that the ships shipsofficers shipsofficers shipsofficers
officers have no more power in their theirhands theirhnnds theirhands
hands now than they had under the thelaw thelaw thelaw
law of 1S93 1S93Letter 1893DAWES 1393DMS
Letter Regarding Charges of Im Improper Improper Improper ¬
proper Acts in Indian Matters MattersSecretary MattersI MattersSecretary MattersSecretary
Secretary Hitchcock of the Interior InteriorDepartment InteriorDepartment InteriorDepartment
Department is expected to arrive in inWashington InWashington inWashington
Washington and resume his duties on onMonday onMonday onMonday
Monday next In the absence of Mr MrHitcbcook MrHitchcock Ir IrHitchcook
Hitchcock and Charles J Bonaparte Bonapartewho Bonapartewho Bonapartewho
who has been appointed special Inves Investigator Investigator htvestigator ¬
tigator of the land frauds in the Indian IndianTerritory IndianTerrltor IndianTerritory
Territory Terrltor little has been made known knownabout Imownabout knownabout
about the action of the department in inregard iuregard inregard
regard to tho charges that the members membersof
of tho Dawes Commission are Interested Interestedin
in land companies which speculate in inthe Inthe inthe
the lands which the commission Is allotting al allotting 11110tt1n ¬
10tt1n 10tt1nIt lotting lottingIt
It was said at the department this thismorning thismornIng thismorning
morning that the members of the commission com commission commission ¬
mission have written letters to Mr MrHitchcock MrHitchcock rr rrHitchcock
Hitchcock in which they emphatically emphaticallydeny emphaticallydlny emphaticallydeny
deny all wrongdoing or Intention to toprofit toprofit toprofit
profit by h the thulmpropor improper use of their theirofficial theiromrlnl theirofficial
official positions The commissioners commissionershave commissionershavE commissionershave
have requested that their letters of ofdenial ofdenial ofdenial
denial he printed but tho denials have havebeen haoebren havebeen
been turned over to Mr Bonaparte > as asdocuments asdocuments asdocuments
documents in his longdistance inves investigation fnvustlgation investigation ¬
tigation of affairs In the Territory Territorynnd Territoryend Territoryand
end It Is I not thought the Secretary t > crctary will willmake willmake willmake
make them public at this time timeFlynns timeFlynns timeFlYnns
Flynns Business College Col1e c 8th and L Ltlusiness K KBusiness KUusnfS3
Business shorthand typcwrUins 25 5 ayr a rrdv Adv
Postmaster General and andPredecessor andPredece andPredecessor
Predecessor Predecessor Predece s > rin in i n Long LongConference LongConfefence LongConference
Conference ConferenceNOT ConfefenceNOT ConferenceNOT
Fourth Assistant BristowandChief Bristowand BristowandChief BristowandChief
Chief Cochran Called Calledto Calledto Calledto
to the Meeting MeetingThe
The arrival of Charles Emory Smith SmithexPostmaster SmithexPostmaster SmithexPostmaster
exPostmaster General at at t the office of ofPostmaster orPostmastor ofPostmaster
Postmaster General Payne this morning morningthrew morningthrew morningthrew
threw the Postofflce officials Into a state stateof stateot stateof
of excitement and gave rise to a vast vastdeal vastdeal vastdeal
deal of comment commentFive commentFive commentFive
Five minutes after greetings had been beenexchanged beenexchanged beenexchanged
exchanged bet oeten en the past and pres present present proseat ¬
ent incumbents of the Postmaster Gen Generals Generals Generals ¬
erals berth JL J1 Bristow Fourth Assist Assistant Assistant Assistant ¬
ant Postmaster General
who has re relentlesly re10ntIepsly relentlee6ly
lentlesly conducted the investigations InvestigationsInto i iinto
into the department frauds was sum summoned summoned summoned ¬
moned monedFive monedFive monedFive <
Five minutes after
Mr Bristow ar arrived arrived arrived ¬
rived Chief Inspector Cochran was also alsosummoned alsosummoned alsosummoned
summoned and the
four officials re remained remained
imalned mained in conference half an hour hourMr hourMr hourMr
Mr Paynes Statement StatementMr
Mr Payne was the first to leave his hisoffice hisoffice hisoffice
office saying that he had to visit the theWhite theVhlte theWhite
White House Mr Payne ayne was was asked If IfMr ItMr ifMr
Mr Smith had come to Washington to todiscuss todiscuss todiscuss
discuss the report which Charles JBonaparte J JBonaparte JBonaparte
Bonaparte and Holmes Conrad made to tothe tothe tothe
the President on the Tulloch charges chargesMr chargesllr chargesMr
Mr Payne said saidThe saidThe saidThe
The report on the Tulloch charges chargeswas chargeswas chargeswas
was not discussed or even mentioned mentionedThere mentionedThere mentionedThere
There are other things in which Mr MrSmith MrSmith MrSmith
Smith is Interested and we discussed discussedsomething discussedsomething discussedsomething
something which the newspapers have havenever havenever
never mentioned at allMessrs all allMessrs allMessrs
Messrs Bristow and Cochran remained remainedin
in Mr Paynes private office and had a along along along
long conference after Mr r Payne took tookbis tookbJ tookhis
his bJ departure for the White W White lte House HouJ HouJDespite
Despite the de dectaratioiCof dectlaratlon aratlon 9f3tr pf Mr Payne paynthahJn
thatyin th the n meeting etlng th1 titfin thfji morning ornlng they th
il BonaparteConrad n plIteConrad report reportas report was s as not n of die diecussed dllicussed diecussed =
cussed rumors were persistent that It Itwas Itwas itwas
was the real cause of Mr Smith Smiths > > un unexpected unexpected unexpected ¬
expected appearance in the city at this thistime thistfme thistime
time It was also reported that Mr MrSmith MrSmith 3lrSmith
Smith would not have come tcr the city cityat cltjat cityat
at this time had he not received an anindication anIndication anindication
indication that the report of the special specialcommissioners specialcommissioners specialcommissioners
commissioners appointed by the Presi President President President ¬
dent more or less sustained the Tulloch Tullochcharges Tullochchar Tullochcharges
charges chargesNO char chargesNO es esNO
It was learned today that the first of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Postoffice cases will not be called calledfor calledtor calledfor
for trial in the District Supreme Court Courtuntil Courtuntil Courtuntil
until after November L The delay in n
fixing a date for
the trial of any anyone one or ormore ormore ormore
more of the persons Indicted as a result resultof resultof resultof
of the Investigation by the Postofflce De ¬
partment Is dug to the large number of
indictments reported by the grand jury jUr
Baltimore and Ohio Rail Railroad Railroad Railroad ¬
road Refuses to Haul Haulfor Haulfor Haulfor
for the District DistrictOLD Districtr
r OLD LD L MATERIAL SQUABBLEComnlissioners SQUABBLE SQUABBLECommissioners BBL BBLCommissioners
Commissioners Insist They TheyDecide TheyDec TheyDecide
Decide Dec de Where to Deposit DepositCondemned DepositCondemned DepositCondemned
Condemned Pavement PavementThe
The District Commissioners today an announced an announced announced ¬
nounced their decision to rtfuse rfuse the therequest therequest therequest
request of the Baltimore and Ohio that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the Government pay for the hauling ha llng of ofthe otthe ofthe
the pavement and other material from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the streets condemned for the Union UnionStation Unionstation UnionStation
Station and other sites and the represen representatives representatives representatives ¬
tatives of the railroad announce that thatthey thatthey thatthey
they are going to take the matter into intocourt Intocourt intocourt
court and fight it out outOfficers outOfficers outOfficers
Officers of the railroad it was said this thismorning thismorning thismorning
morning could not notseo see why It should be becompelled becontpelJed becompelled
compelled to move the material The Thepoint ThepoInt Thepoint
point is made that the Commissioners Commissionersmight Commissionersmight Commissionersmight
might want to distribute It all over overwidely overwidely overwidely
widely separated parts of the District Districtwhich Districtwhich Districtwhich
which would ould cost a small fortune fortuneGeorge fortuneGeorgo fortuneGeorge
George E Hamilton the attorney for forthe forthe forthe
the Baltimore and Ohio declined to dis discuss discuss discuss ¬
cuss his future fut re plans plans this morning but butanother butanother butanother
another lawyer law er announced that the con contention contention contention ¬
tention of the Commissioners would be befought befought befought
fought to a finish finishArbitrary finishArbitraxy finishArbitrary
Arbitrary Orders OrdersThis OrdersThis OrdersThis
This statement was made after it had hadbecome hadbecome hadbecome
become known that the Commissioners Commissionershad
had refused the request of the railroad railroadthat railroadthat railroadthat
that the District pay for the hauling haulingaway haulingaway haulingaway
away of the material if the District Districtwanted DistrIctwantcd Districtwanted
wanted to save It The railroad desires desiresto
to throw the paving concrete and other otharstuff othr othrsluff otherstuff
stuff away but the Commissioners de demand demand demand ¬
mand that the railroad move it to such suchother fuchother suchother
other parts of the District as they may maydesignate maydesignate maydesignate
designate designateThe designateThe designateThe
The railroad presented Its contentions contentionsat content contentionsatahearing on9 on9ata
atahearing at ata > a hearing henrI I beforethaCommissioners beforethaCommissionersyesterday bef ct ore ratJhe he Commissioners Commissionersyesterday qommJs one oneesterda
yesterday esterda then when Attorney Attorne Hamilton Hamilton de declared declared dodared ¬
clared that the title of the abandoned abandonedmaterial abandonedmaterial abandonedmaterial
material rested in the the railroad company companyabsolutely companyabsolutely companyabsolutely
absolutely and completely but that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the railroad would relinquish that tltlo tltlogladly tltlogladly titlegladly
gladly If the District would haul the thestuff th thstuff thestuff
stuff away
Cost Heavy HeavyThe HeavyThe HeavyThe
The Commissioners deny that the title titleIs titleis
Is in the railroad in the first instance instanceand Instanceand instanceand
and also refuse to pay for hauling haulingIn
In addition to this they will demand demandthat demandthat demandthat
that the railroad remove the material materialwith materialwith materialwith
with such care as not to damage it and andthereby andthereby andthereby
thereby prevent the District from making mak making makIng ¬
ing further use of It ItAs ItAs itAs
As stated In The Times yesterday the thevalue thevalue thevalue
value of the th the material Is nearly 150000and 150000 150000and 150006and
and the expense of hauling it beyond beyondthe beyondthe beyondthe
the Jurisdiction of the railroad will willreach w1l1reach willreach
reach up into the thousands
Pageant of Military MilitaryAt
At 14 t Statue Skttue Unveiling UnveilingOrders U1 Uiive veiling veilingOrders ing ingOYdcrs
OYdcrsr1 Orders r1 Issued s1ed b by Lieutenant Lle1ttel1 1lt General GelleralYoltllgforf Young Yoreu for or fI flie ± Parade Paradeto
to the Sherman n Monument 111cil1l1J v ellt
Orders for the formation of the theparade theparade j
parade on October 15 in honor of the theunvelllng theunveiling j
unveiling of tho statue to Gen William WilliamT VllllamT
T Sherman were Issued today by Lieut LieutGen LieutGen LieutGen
Gen S B M Young YoungGeneral YoungGeneral YoungGeneral
General Young will be chief marshal marshalGen marshnlGen marshalCon
Gen W H Carter Cart r will be chief of staff staffand starrand staffand
and Col W P Hall will be adjutant adjutantgeneral adjutantgenoral adjutantgeneral
general Tho par parade dc will be In two twodivisions twodivisions twodivisions
divisions Col Winfield S Edgerly
Second Cavalry will be marshal of the theFirst theFirst theFirst
First division which is to consist of the theSepond theSe theSecond
Second Se ond Battalion of Engineers Thirty Thirtyseventh Thlrtysoventb Thirtyseventh
seventh Fortyfourth Fortyseventh Fortyseventhand Fortyseventhandl04th
and andl04th 104th Coast Artillery Secbnd SecbndSquadron SecbndSquadron SecondSquadron
Squadron of the Second Cavalry Fourth FourthField FourthField FourthField
Field Battery detachment of Hospital HospitalCorps HospltnlCorps HospitalCorps
Corps from Fort Myor battalion of ofUnited ofUnltod ofUnited
United States marines and two battalions bat battalions battalions ¬
talions of United States seamen seamenDistrict seamenDistrict seamenDistrict
District Troops in Line LineBrig LineBrig LineBrig
Brig Gon George H Harries of the theDistrict theDistrict theDistrict
District National Guard will bo marshal marshalof
of the Second division which will con consist consist consist ¬
sist of the following District Guard or organizations organizations organizations ¬
ganizations Second Secon Regiment First FirstRegiment FirstRogtmont FirstRegiment
Regiment First Separate Battalion Sig Signal Signal Signal ¬
nal Corps Naval Battalion First Field FieldBattery FieldBatter FieldBattery
Battery Batter and Ambulance Corps CorpsTho CorpsThe CorpsThe
The First division will rendezvous ou ouK outt onIC
K Street with W t11 the head at Sixteenth SixteenthStreet SixteenthStroet SixteenthStreet
Street fading oast The Second division divisionwill divisionwJll divisionwill
will take rendezvous position on I Street Streetj Streetfacing Streetfacing
j facing east with the head of the divis dlvisIon divisIon division
Ion on Sixteenth Street The column columnwill columnwill columnwill
will move at 230 230Route 230Route 230Route
Route of March MarchThe ltIarchThe MarchThe
The route will be south on Sixteenth SixteenthStreet SixteenthStreet SixteenthStreet
Street to H Street oast on H Street to toFifteenth toFirteenth toFifteenth
Fifteenth Street south on Fifte Flttcoath FlttcoathStrcet < ath athStreet zthStreet
Street to Pennsylvania Avenue west o 0marker omarker omarker
marker Tho platoons will successively successivelyoxccuto successivelyoxecuta successivelyoxecuto
oxccuto fours loft as they arrive op opposite oppostle opposite ¬
posite the marker mareor enter the dedication dedieationgrounds dedicationsrounds dodleationgrounds
grounds execute fours right march marchV0s matchpns marchupast
past V0s tho reviewing stand in line leave leavethe leavethe leavethe
the around by vecutliur fours rl rJllht rlaliL rht
and remain In columns of fours for the theremainder theremainder theremainder
remainder of the route which will be bewest bewcst bewest
west then to Executive Avenue south southabout southabout southabout
about about 300 yards then east toward Fit Fifteenth Fittcenth Fitteenth ¬
teenth Street changing direction to the thenorth thenorth thenorth
north In time tlmeto to placd the battalions in incolumns Incolumns incolumns
columns of fours side by side with five fiveyards fiveyards fiveyards
yards Interval fact facing g north and heads headsresting headsresting headsresting
resting at the southern southarnborder border of the thededication thededlcntlon thededication
dedication grounds Cavalry Cavalr and field fieldartillery fieldartillery fieldartillery
artillery after after passing in review will willmarch winmnrch willmarch
march toward B Street and will subse subsequently subs subsquently subsequently ¬
quently be massed In rear of the foot foottroops toottroops foottroops
troops by the marshal of o the First divi division divIsIon dlvision ¬
Review by President PresidentThe PresidentThe PresidentThe
The column will be reviewed by the thePresident thePresident thePresident
President at the grandstand on the dedi dedication dedication dedication ¬
cation grounds groundsThe groundsThe groundsThe
The Fourth Field Battery Batter U S A Aafter Aafter Aafter
after passing In review Svlll will move mo to a aposition aposition aposition
position about 300 yards southwest southw st of ofthe otthe ofthe
the statue and will fire a salute or seven seventoon seven seventeon seventeen
teen guns beginning beglnnlngnt at the moment of ofunveiling otunvem ofunveilipi
unvem unveiling the statue statueA statueA statueA
A committee from the Society Societyof
of the Army of the Potomac Potomacwhich Potomacwhich Potomacwhich
which is to act as host to tovisiting t tYlsitlns tovisiting
visiting army societies has Is Issued Issued issued ¬
sued invitations to a banquet to be held heldat heldat heldat
at Rausehors on the the night of October Octoberlt
lt Iii > Among those bidden to this func function function function ¬
tion arts tho President members of his hisCabinet hisCnbinot hisCabinet
Cabinet the lieutenant general of the thearmy thearm thearmy
army arm staff and officers the admiral of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the navy nnV and officers the Aztec Club Clubthe Clulthe Chubthe
the Medal of Honor Legion members of oftho ofthe ofthe
the Diplomatic Corps and heads of ofbureaus otbureaus ofbureaus
bureaus the judiciary and District DistrictCommissioners DistrictCommlssloncrs DistrictCommissioners
Commissioners CommlssloncrsKAIN CommissionersKAIN CommissionersKAIN
BALTIMORE BALIIMORE Oct 7 7The The condition of ofArchbishop ofArchb ofArchbishop
Archbishop Archb sbop Kaln of St Louis who Is Isa Isa isa
a patient in St Agnes Sanitarium was wasi wasunchanged wasunchanged
i unchanged this morning Monday night nighthe nighthi nighthe
he hi suffered a slightrelapse but rallied ralliedvestnrdr ralliedvestordar ralliedyesterday
Another Crank CrankSeeks CrankSeeks CrankSeeps
Seeks President
No o Word Until Message MessageGoes MessageGoes MessageGoes
Goes to Congress CongressCROMWELL CongressCROMWELL CongressCROMWELL
Call for Extra Session to Issue October OctoberxsMany Octoberi5Many
xsMany 15 Many Visitors Received ReceivedGro ReceivedGrocers Gro Grocers ¬
cers Will Call Tomorrow TomorrowWilliam Tomorr TomorrowWilliam w wVllUam
William Nelson Cromwell counsel for forthe forthe forthe
the Panama Canal Company was a acaller acaller acaller
caller at the White House early this thismorning thi thimornIng thismorning
morning and was in conference withthe with withthe withthe
the President There Is no doubt he hediscussed hedIscussed hediscussed
discussed the canal situation with the thePresident thePresIdent thePresident
President and nd after the conference he hesaid hesaid hesaid
said the outlook was satisfactory so sofar sofar sofar
far as the Panama Canal Company was wasconcerned wasconcerned wasconcerned
concerned The only official statement statementwas statementVas statementwas
was that the J President would have havenothing havenothing havenothing
nothing to announce as to his policy re respecting respecting respecting ¬
specting the canal until he made that thatannouncement thatannouncement thatannouncement
announcement In his message messageIt
It was given out officially today that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the President would Issue the call for forthe forthe forthe
the extra session of Congress before beforeOctober beforeOctober beforeOctober
October 15 15Callers 15Caners 15Callers
Callers on the President PresidentAmong PresidentAmong PresidentAmong
Among others who called this morning morn mornIng1 mornIng
Ing were Secretary Shaw Representa Representative RepresentatIye Representative ¬
tive Hill of Connecticut Representa Representative Representative Representative ¬
tive Boutell of Illinois Register Lyons Lyonsof Lyonsof Lyonsof
of the Treasury General Allen and andMrs andMrs andMrs
Mrs Allen and Robert E Doan Mr MrDoan MrDoan MrDoan
Doan formerly In Congress from Ohio Ohiowill Ohiowlll Ohiowill
will go go to that State October 20 to totake totake totake
take part In the campaign and he hetalked hetalked hetalked
talked over phases of the contest In InOhio InOhio inOhio
Ohio with the President before going goingThe goingThe goingThe
The Rev Dr G K K Smith a leading leadingpastor leadingpastor leadingpastor
pastor of Evanston Ill also called calledMrs calledMrs calledMrs
Mrs Isabelle Alexander of Cleveland ClevelandOhio ClevelandOhio ClevelandOhio
Ohio head of the ilia auxiliaries to the theSpanish theSpanish thefpaniah
Spanish War rVe Veterans with her staff staffcalled sta1tcalled staffcalled
called on the President this thl morning mornin on onher onher In Inher
her way home from the national meet meeting meetIng meeting ¬
ing at New Haven Adjutant General L LC LC LC
C Dyer bf the Spanish War Veterans Veteransalso Vetera Veteraalso Veteransalso
also called cal ed and presented the respects respectsof
of the organization organizationAbout orlanlzatIonAbout organizationAbout
About twenty of the delegates from fromPhiladelphia fromPhiladelphia fromPhiladelphia
Philadelphia who are attending the themeeting themeeting themeeting
meeting of the National NatlonalRetaU Retail Drug Druggists Druggists ¬
gists Association called at the White WhiteHouse WhiteHouse WhiteHouse
House in the course of the morning morningand mornIngand morningand
and met the President PresidentCharles PresldcntC PresidentCharles
Charles C rles Emory Smith exPostmaster exPostmasterGeneral exPostmasterGeneral exPostmasterGeneral
General took luncheon with the President Presi President President ¬
dent today
Grocers to Be Received ReceivedSeveral ReceivedSeveral ReceivedSeveral
Several of the New England grocers grocerswho grocerswho grocerswho
who are here on their third annual ex excursion excursion excursion ¬
cursion called on the President this thismorning thismorning thismorning
morning Those in the party party Included IncludedA
A C Barker of Providence president presidentof
of the New England Retail Grocers GrocersPublishing GrocersPublishing GrocersPublishing
Publishing Company A C Dowse edi editor editor editor ¬
tor of the New England Grocer and andNason andNason andNason
Nason 8s Russell of Boston who are aremanaging aremanaging aremanaging
managing the excursion Arrange Arrangements Arrangements Arrangemeats ¬
ments were made for the entire excur excursion excursion excursion ¬
sion party to call on the President at atnoon atnoon atnoon
noon tomorrow tomorrowFollowing tomorrowFollowing tomorrowFollowing
Following a conference this morning morningbetween morningbetween morningbetween
between the President and Attorney AttorneyGeneral Attorn AttorneyGeneral r
General Knox it was announced aJnounced the thePresident thePresident
President had appointed William R Pope Popeas Popeas
as associate justice of the Supreme SupremeCourt SupremeCourt
Court of New Mexico Mr Pope was for fora fora
a time employed as special assistant in inthe Inthe inthe
the prosecution of private land claims claimsin claimsIn claimsin
in New Mexico and has also been con connected connected connocted ¬
nected with the judiciary in the Philip Philippines PhilippInes Philippines ¬
pines He is highly recommended recommendedTops recommendedMAGEDONIAN recommendedAEGGNIAN
Tops of Mountains in Bulgaria BulgaraCovered Bu1garaCovered BulgariaCovered
Covered With Snow SnowI SnowSOFIA SnowSOFIA
I SOFIA Oct 7 7The The cold is increasing increasingin IncrelslnJIn
in Bulgaria and the tops of mountains mountainsare
are covered with snow It is reported reportedthat reportedthat reportedthat
that the refugees who are still in Macedonia Mac Macedonia Macedonia ¬
edonia are dying from famine at the therate therate therate
rate of o 100 a day dayAll dayAll dayAll
All of the refugees who enter Bul Bulgaria Bulgaria Bulgaria ¬
garia are supplied with food and cloth clothing clothlng clothing ¬
ing but the majority of them arc too tooweak toowenk tooweak
weak or too timorous to reach the fron frontier frontier frontier ¬
tier tierST
ST PETERSBURG Oct 7 7owlng Owing to toa toa toa
a widespread belief among the Czars CzarsMohammedan CzarsMohammedan CzarsI
I Mohammedan subjects that another war warbetween warbetween Warbetweea
between Russia and Turkey is imminentthere imminent imminentthere Imminentthere
there Is an extraordinary emigration of ofMoslems ofMoslems ofMoslems
Moslems from the southern districts districtsof
of Russia The emigrants are leaving leavingSebastopol leavlnJSebastopol leavingSebastopol
Sebastopol for Constantinople by byshlp byshlploads ship shiploads shiploads ¬
WIDEWATER Va Oct 7 7The 7Thelaunching 7Thelaunching The Thelaunching
launching of the Langley 65foot aero aerodrome aerodrome aerodrome ¬
drome with Charles M Manly anly as naviagtnr navl navljrntnr navlg
jrntnr g tnr ocnurrort ocollrr d at 1215 n n m today
John Decker Deckerl of o Nozwich NozwichConn NotwichConn NozwichConn
Conn Slips Slpi s Info North NorthLobby NorhLobbp NorthLob
Lobby Lob of o While W ile House Un Undetected Undetectedis UndetectedIs ¬
detected detectedis Is Pwm Pzomptly it Ar Arzested Arzesled Arzesled
zesled zestedIS zesledIS zesledIS
Was Armed WfI Willz Two TwoKnives TwoKnivesResfsl TwoKnivesResisted
KnivesResfsl Knives Resisted d Arrest ArrestBut ArrestBut ArrestBut
But No One Was as Injuzedm Injuzed
m to Fz Fzacas seas The Pzisonezs PzisonezsStatement PzisonezsStatement s sStatement
Statement StatementAnother StatementAnother StatementAnother
Another crank tried to get to tho thoPresident thoPresident thePresident
President this thl morning morningAbout mornIngAbout morningAbout
About 10 oclock a a stranger was ob observed observed observed ¬
served by one of the officers on duty dutyat dntyat dutyat
at the White House wandering about aboutIn aboutin aboutin
In the north lobby He had sneaked In Inthe Inthe inthe
the front door without being noticed On Onbeing Onbeing Onbeing
being questioned he gave his name as asJohn asJohn asJohn
John Decker and his home hS Norwich NorwichConn NorwIchConn NorwichConn
Conn He merely wanted to see the thePresident thePresident thePresident
President he said saidThe saidThe lnldThe
The officer thereupon turned him over overto ovsrto overto
to the police He was arrested by Policeman Po Policeman Policeman ¬
liceman Jamison on duty d ty at the White WhiteHouse WhiteHouse WhiteHouse
House grounds The man resisted ar arrest arrest arrest ¬
rest but was taken into custody without withoutcausing withoutcausing withoutcausing
causing any injury He carried two twoknives twoknives twoknives
knives He was confined in the Third Thirdprecinct Thirdprecinct Thirdprecinct
precinct station stationUnder statIonUnder stationUnder
Under orders from Secretary SecretaryLoeb Loeb the theattaches theattaches
lattnches attaches of the White House are no nolonger nolonger
I I II longer permitted to give out informationregarding Information Informationregarding InormatlonI
I regarding such callers for fear that the thenotoriety thenotoriety thenotoriety
notoriety will attract others Details of ofthis ofi ofthis
i this mornings visit were accordingly accordinglydifficult accordinglydifficult
i difficult dim cult to obtain obtainDecker obtaini obtainDecker
i Decker De < ker is about it fortyfour years old oldFrom oldFrom oldFrom
From his jjgJMfe behavior the officers officersare officelare officersare
are convinceohaIs convInce hefs he fs mentally unbalancedTwo unbalanced unbalancedTwo
i Two Knives Found FoundWhen FoundI FoundWhen
I When searched at the Third police policestation poUceI policestation
station statio n two knives knlvess something 0 m e thin g less Ie sstha than thana D Dn
a n dollar In money two keys and a aladies alndl aladies
I ladies lndl s chixtolain c tolnin gold watch tch jeere gerejound gerejoundon fpnnd J9nndon fpnndon
on the man manI vj vjDecker Vr VrDecker
Decker Is a man of about forty years yearssmall yeW yeWsmall yearssmall
I small and consumptive in appearance appearancewith appearancewith appearancewith
with prominent staring brown eyes eyesHe eyesHe eyesHe
He is smooth shaven cnd nd his features featuresare featuresare featuresare
are not repulsive He has none of the thaappearance theappearance theappearance
appearance of the anarchist When interviewed in interviewed intenIewed ¬
terviewed bra by by a reporter of The Times Timesin TimesIn Timesin
in his cell at the police station h htalked he hetalked hatalked
talked freely freelyHe freelyHe freelyHe
He explained that he was in trouble troublewith tronblewIth troublewith
with Ocheepochee the head devil of ofthe orhe oCthe
the he Indians who had taken possession possessionof
of his body and was holding his soul souldown souldown souldown
down with fetters and weights and de demanded demanded demanded ¬
manded money for his release He said saidhis saidhis saidhis
his tortures at times were horrible It Itwas Itwas Itwas
was for the purpose of obtaining money moneyfor moneytor moneyfor
for the Indiana that he came to this thiscity thiscity thiscity
city last night for the purpose of seeing seeingthe seeIngthe seeingthe
the President PresidentExplains PresidentExplains PresidentExplains
Explains His Trouble TroubleThis TroubleThis uble ubleThis
This letter was taken from him at atthe atthe atthe
the police station and its tenor was the thesame th thsame thesame
same as the conversation of the man manwith manwith manwith
with the reporter The letter reads readsMr readsMr readsMr
Mr President I am in trouble with withthe withthe withthe
the Devil the Serpeant over the Indians Indiansand Indiansand Indiansand
and Paradise the America He ha hacome hs hscome hascome
come down on me with vengeance and andrevenge andr andrevenge
revenge r vtnge and devoured me up and took tookkmy tookmy tookmy
my body and i stand and hes after afterme afterme afterme
me i have taken the affair in n Experience Exper Experience Experience ¬
ience under Experience Talent and andBoldness andBoldness andBoldness
Boldness and 1 have been in Experience Experiencemany Experiencemany Experiencemany
many years and I got him rounded up upand UPand upand
and forsered frered raered and i i am blocked and I Icant 1cant fcant
cant get through throughi
i must have money I got to have havemoney havemoney havemoney
money he says they Killed K led all my Indians In Indians Indians ¬
dians taint rite ritei
i have nothing to do with It 1 am aminnocent amInnocent aminnocent
innocent i shall fight 1 shall Co < < o my myduty myduty myduty
duty he also fays ays i got you and a lot of ofother otottier ofother
other fellows f 1Iows and i got some of them themtoo themtoo themtoo
too ha says saysI
I believe in the Rites and Welfare of ofman ofman ofman
man a free government the republican republicanparty republ1canpart republicanparty
party part the protective tariff and the like llkeI
1 got to have money Experience dem demonstrates demonstrates demonstrates ¬
onstrates it i must have it vice versa versaA versaA versaA
A government by the people for the thepeople thepoople thepeople
people and and with the people Equality EqualityI
I must have money I sot ot to have
750000 to fight it out I got to have themoney the themoney lh lhmoney
money i got to fight i got to do my myj mydut myduty
j duty dut my life is in danger 1 must have it itTHE ItTHE itTHE
THE RITES OF MAN MANExcitement MANExcitement MANExcitement
Excitement at t White House HouseThe HouseThe HouseThe
The incident following so closely olosel af after nfter after ¬
ter the attempt of Pter Elliott to o get getto getto getto
to the President en Monday occasioned occasionednot occastonednot occasionednot
not a little excitement at the White WhiteHouse WhlOHouse WhiteHouse
House especially In view vle of the act actthat ntthlt actthat
that he managed actually to silo Into Intothe Intotbe intothe
the front door of the Executive Mansion Mansionwithout Mansionwithout Ianslonwlthcut
without being detected How long he hshad hehlld hehad
had been in the lobby berore his pres presence jTCsonce presonce ¬
once was discovered is not known knownELLIOTT knownI knownELLIOTT
I AS HARMLESS HARrt ESS C CGradually CGradual1r CGradually
Gradually the police are ar co cotheir cotheir cotheir
their record of Peter Olaffsor Olaffsorthe Ola Olaxsethe se sethe
the insane Swede who vho attempt attempthis attemptchis attemptshis
his way to the President whll whllarmed whllarmed whilarmed
armed Major Sylvester Sylvestercaused Sylvestercaused Sylvestercaused
caused telegrams of inquiry inquiryto t tto
to the several addresses ton foutman toumnn tonman
man man and and an last night lght replies repliescome replle3come repliescome
come inOne In InOne InOne <
One name name 1lm found on Elliott a

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