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4 THE WASHINGTON W ASHI1 GTON TIMES FRIDAY OCTOBER OC rOBER 23 1903
MEMBERS OF GAT OATLB OATLBPLAtNIIG CLUB CLUBPLANNING
PLANNING A BIG SHOW SHOWHope 8IIO 8IIOHope
Hope to Erect Feline Home Homein HOlliein Homein
in Brookland BrooklandEXHIBITION BrooldandEXHIBITION BrooklandEXHIBITION
EXHIBITION IN FEBRUARY FEBRUARYHospital FEBRUARYHospital FEBRUARYHospital
Hospital for 111 AiEmals A Ai mats and a Gad GadChamber GaSChamber GadChamber
Chamber to Put Others Out Outof Outof Outof
of Misery MiseryThe MlSetyThe MiseryThe
The Broatcst cat show ever held Is I be boinff beJng being
inff planned by b tho members of the theWashington thoWashlnJton theWashington
Washington Cat Club It will m be proscnted pre presented prearnted ¬
sented early In February ebrua r In this city cityand elt eltand cityand
and will bring together an aggregation aggregationof aggr gntlon gntlonof
of the most aristocratic felines to bo bofound butJUnd befound
found In Washington New ow York and andother andotht andother
other otht > r cities of tho country countr Charity Is Isinspiring latn Isinspiring
inspiring tn phlng the movement as the proceeds proceedsof
of the show are to go to the erection pf pfthe f fthe ofthe
the home for needy need and superannuated superannuatedtabbies superannuatedtabbies superannuatedtabbies
tabbies whI which whl h tho club expects to build buildIn buildIn buildIn
In Brookland BrooklandLast BrookJandLast BrooklandLast
Last winter a cat show sh J was hbld in inWashington inashlnglonln in4ashingtonfn
Washington ashlnglonln connection with Ith the th poul poultry poultr poultry ¬
try tr show This time the cats will no nobo not notbr notbo
bo displayed in such a way wa that their theirmerits theirmrlts theirmerits
merits may ma be detracted from by b the pres presence presnee presence ¬
ence < nee of the vulgar fowl The show will willbt wnbt witbe
bt exclusively for members of the feline felinetribe felinetnbe felinetribe
tribe Already AlrM1 a largo number of en entries enlrlts entries ¬
tries have been secured Later the time timefor tlmcfor timefor
for the event will be settled on a suit suitable sultdbJ suitable ¬
able dbJ building will be rented and Judges Judgeswill judgeswill
will 111 be b selected selectedOther soJectQdOther solectcdOther
Other Plans in View ViewThe ViewThe ViewThe
The show is one of several projects projectsthe projectflthe projectsthe
the members of the Washington ashlngton Cat CatClub CatClub CatClub
Club have devised dels d for the purpose of ofraising atraising ofraising
raising funds for the home Euchre Euchreparties EuchrtparttJS Euchrepart1
part1 parties s are plunrfod nnd a rummage sale saleIs snlEIs saleis >
Is proposed The club has been or organized orI3nlzed organized ¬
ganized about two years nnd alroady alroadyhas nlrood nlroodhas alroadyhas
has a membership of over one hundred hundredA
A 1 lIt l t has been purchased in Brookland Brooklandand Brooklandand Brooklandand
and it is thought the finances of the or organization organlzaUon organization ¬
ganization are in such shape that hnt the thehome thehom thehome
home hom can be built next year yearme yearmile oor oorJ
me J ne proposed home for cats will be benn ben betin
nn n Jn Institution tltiillo1 for the th strayed str a tH t ° sick sic1cthe sicktended I Ithe
the Infin1afttl the th destitute jt tIs sfn sfntendtd J1
tended 1 n d to gather the wanderers from fromthe tromthe fromthe
the streets str ets house them comfortably comortabi and andeen andt andeten
t een fn to find people who are willing to totake tCltake totake
take worthy cats and adopt them themA themA themA
A Home in the Suburbs SuburbsIn
In the building which will be erected erectedn
n caretaker car < > taltor live
will Thoro will be a ahospital a11lSpttal ahospital
hospital fur or the sick where medical at attention atttnthm attntien ¬
tention can can be b given them and a fine finelarge finollr finelarge
large llr yard drd where the inmates can exor exorcise exorCise exercise ¬
cise Shade trees will Ul add to the oom oomtort oemfort
fort of the place placeOne pJaceOne placeOne
One of the features of the Institution Institutionwill Institutionm Institutionwill
will m be h what is called a lethal chum
trr where cats that are hopelessly sick alckor Blckor sickor
or maimed or helpless through age will
be pit P 1t to death by 1 > painless methotdSj methgd et1J dt It
Is proposed proposed to board cats for a small smallconsideration smallconsld smallconsideration
consideration consld ratlon and to give particular at ¬
tention to thoso sadly Badl neglected creatures creat creatures creaturrs ¬
ures the cats that have to stay at home homovhfii homewhet
whet htil the rest of the family famll goes away aVd
for the summer vacation vacationANTITRUST vacationANTITRUST vacationANTITRUST
ANTITRUST LAW MY BROKEN BROKENIN BROKENIN
IN NEWSPAPER COMBINE COMBINENew
New Charge Threatens Milwaukee Jour Journalists Journalists our ournaUsts ¬
nalists Before Supreme Court CourtIn CourtIII CourtIn
In tho Supreme Court of the United
States yesterday osterdn afternoon argument in
the th case of the State of Wisconsin Wisconsinngainst Wisconsinagainst Vlsconslnngainst
ngainst Andrew J 1 AlkonsAlbert Aikong Albert Hue Huegin Huegin fiuegin
gin and Melvin A A Hoyt was conch con concluded Conchde ¬
cluded cludedIt chde chdelt ch ded dedit
It was intimated by b Solicitor Flan
dors representing rcpro enting the State Slat that the theantitrust theantitrust theantitrust
antitrust law had been violated by b
these thps > three men who wore convicted in
Milwaukee of having willfully Injured < l
the Milwaukee Journal In that city ctl
The tht Journal rate raped d its advertising
rates rate several il tAZ8
years ago and Hoyt
Aikcn Alkf > n and Huegin
who
were stock > > tock ¬
holders in the paper serving in the thecapacity thedJ thecapacity
capacity dJ > > Utty of managing editor business buslnemmanager bu businessmanager fnou fnoumanager
manager and advertising advertl ln manager or or organized org ¬
ganized g nlzed a newspaper neW8J1R trust truSt Of In Mil Milwaukee lI1JW MIIwukee ¬
waukee W ukett and procured control of tho thootltcr thootht theether
ether otht > r tttrea tlu papers in Milwaukee They TJl4 TJl4ar
arc ar > sal said to have warned the poopltt of
Milwaukee not to advertise in the Jour Journal JQu Journal ¬
nal nalIn
nalIn
In the Wisconsin scon ln supreme court the
d djllon < ciion of a t lowr court which found
th tlm < men guilty guilt of malfdoueljr maJfUtlJ In ¬
juring a corporation In Milwaukee was xxn
permitted to stand alltlW1GEN standGEN U ul ulGEN
GEN WOS GIL CONGRATULATED CONGRATULATEDIn
In an address addrfJ delivered at Santo Do ¬
mingo United States > n nester ster Pow Powpxtnded Powea Poweaextended n
extended cx tended the congratulations 6f PraM PreatInt ¬
dent Int Roosevelt R e1t to General Wos 08 Gil th the
f1 mw w president and assured as ured him of otthe the
friendship frlpnd hlp of the United States provid IJrC > ld ¬
ing tb the Island land republic lives
up to its itsoUigations ILHoUigatlon Itsotiigations
oUigations and d agreements with the thenlter1
Irlted nlter1 States StatesPresident Slate SlatePrf8ldeot StatesPresident
President Gil according to dispatchesassured dispatches dispatchesas dlepatcheaS8ured
assured as ure < l Minister Minl ter Powell of the Domi Dominican Domlnl Dominfcan ¬
nl nican Qn governments purpose to net in
harmony with the United States StatesORDERS SLteaORDERS SteteaORDERS
ORDERS TO NAVAL rIA VAL OFFICERS OFFICERSThr
Thr rh following naval orders order have been heen1i111Icd been1sFncd
Iftpucd Iftpucdcapt 1i111IcdCapt 1sFncdapt
capt apt R B Bradford is detached from
duty as a member m m r of the general board
Washington and ordered to commall command
tile Illinois October 27 7
Commander A V Wadhame Vadbam is I de
tn tnh < hod h l from the chhrga of the naval
r < trusting station Chicago Chl go and ordered
to command tb the Dixie
Ueut ieuL lfOut I 1C Seymour is detached from
the th Bureau of Ordnance Navy Depart ¬
ment Washington L8hlogton October II and or
d dred + red to the Baltimore Baltimore as navigator
Iliut I Lirul u II Georgo is detached from the
Jl1rp3u I T sreau ot 1 Equipment quIpment NAY Navy11aslitnatou Depnrt
rrint Washington November November 14 and andrdorrd andrrJ andordered
ordered < > rrJ > rtd to t the Tacoma as executive exoouUveO executiveofPeer
oifVrr ofPeerPay oifVrrPay O fr frPa
Pay Pa Director R P Lisle Is to bo
piared plarid on the retired lIt of the navy nuvylHmbfr
November I lHmbfr 3 1W 1WMOTHERINLAW 1J01 1J01MOTHERINLAW 1901IIOTHERINLAW
MOTHERINLAW ACCUSED ACCUSEDHELENA ACCUSEDHELENA ACCUSEDHELENA
HELENA Mon Oct St IMrs Mrs Hanna
Hall motherinlaw of Albert W V Falke Falkewho Falkewhl Falkewho
who died suddenly in Great Falls last lIItllarch lastMarch
March has been arrested here on the thecharge thecharge
charge harg rnadn mad by Falke Falkes s father that she
caused CUU W his death by poison Falkns wife Uo
vas ns arrested recently recontJ
on a similar similarMONK
charge
MONK TO BE RETRIED RETRIEDFREBHOLD RETRIEDFREBHOLD RETRIEDFItEICHOLD
FREBHOLD N J Oct t8Pro f11Prosuou Prosecu oou ¬
tor Fostor announced yesterday morn ¬
ing that he will give counsel for Lamar
notice of an application ap lloatton for a struck struckthe
Jury to be argued next Thursda Thursday for
the trial of David Lamar Monk Ionk East ¬
man and Joseph Brown upon the in ¬
dictment yot ot remaining against them
charging char n1r assault upon James McMahon
I
NEW NAVAL ACADEMY ACADEMYGROWING AAOEMY11llOIN11
GROWING RAPIDLY RAPIDLYMr APIOLYllr
Mr Moody Asks 3000000 S3000000for 3000000for 3000000for
for Next Fiscal Year YearWILL YearWILL YearWILL
WILL BE A GREAT SCHOOL SCHOOLIts
Its Real Value Not Fully Appreciated Appreciatedby
by Congress Until the Recent RecentSpanishAmerican RecentSpanishAmerican RecentSpanishAmerican
SpanishAmerican War WarIn WarIn WarIn
In his naval estimates for the year yearIOCS
IOCS 100 14 Secretary Moody 1000 has asked an appro appropriation appropriation appropriation ¬
priation of 3000090 for or the thelmprovement thelmprovementot Improvement Improvementnf
nf tho Naval aal Academy Aeadom Congress agreed agreedto
to allot 10000000 for the reconstruction reconstructionof rooon lruction lructionor
of tho Annapolis school About 1000000 1000000of 1000000of 1000000of
of this has been expended and the rec roeommondatlon recommendation recommomlatton ¬
ommendation of o Secretary SocretAr Moody Mood for forthe forthe forthe
the liberal appropriation for 1905 insures insurestho Insuresthe insuresthe
the continuance of the work or 0 carrying carryingout carrlnsout carryingout
out the comprehensive plan of Ernest ErnestFlagg ErnestFJagg ErnestFlagg
Flagg for a model academy academyWork academ academWork academyWork
Work on the academic building which whichIs
Is I so much needed will begin this year yearThis yearThis yearThis
This building will cost more than 5500000 5500000The 500000The 0000 0000The
The chapel will also be erected this year yearThe yearThe car carThe
The dredging of the Severn River for forn fora fora
a 30foot channel and work on the theseawall theoawal1 theseawall
seawall will III continue New N w officers officersquarters officersqunrters omeersquarters
quarters which are to cost co t 150000 will willalso wllInlso willalso
also be bee begun bcaunIn begunIn tin tinIn
In the fiscal scal year ear which whl h closed In June Junetho Junethe Junethe
the marine engineering bu10lngvahd bullt1 I ml the thearmory thearmory thearmory
armory and anI boathouse ware wereeomploted wereeomplotedThe completed completedTho complotedI
I Tho superintendents home and other othersmnll othersmnlI othersmall
small buildings bulldln = s are in course of con construction construction construction ¬
struction
A Pretentious Institution InstitutionThe InstitutionThE InstitutionThe
The improvements which Congress Is Ismaking Ismaking Ismaking
making possible are converting the theNaval th thN1nl theNaval <
Naval Academy Academ from the temporary In Institution institJtion Institution ¬
stitution it formerly formerl appeared to bo into intoone Intoone intoone
one of the Governments most preten pretentious pretentious pretentious ¬
tious establishments Until a few years yearsago y yearsago < ars arsago
ago there was no scttloa pi plan an for tho thodevelopment thodevolopmont thedevelopment
development of the Naval Academy It Ithad Ithad Ithad
had poor buildings of all styles of ofarchitecture ofarchitecture ofarchitecture
architecture and presented a poor ap appearance nppe appearance ¬
pearanceRobert pearance pearanceRobert pe rance ranceRobert
Robert M Th6mpsonj7dfthe Th mpson > if class of of1SQS ofi868
1SQS conceived the th Idas idoak1 trial t1 at the institu institution InstltuUon institution ¬ I
tion should not drift along aimlessly aimlesslyany almlE aimlesslyany > ssly sslyan
any an longer and with the assistance of ofErnest orErnest ofErnest
Ernest Flagg developed plans ror ex expansion expansion oxpanslon ¬
pansion which hlch met with favor Until Until1SOS rnUI1SDS intdllitis
1SOS Congress failed to toapproprlat appropriate < > funds fundswhich tundshl fundswhich
which hl h would make possible the work workof workof i iof
of enlarging and changing the institu institution Instltulion instttution ¬
tion along the lines suggested SUS tecf At first firsts000000 i
8000000 was allotted for this this purposes purposesbut purposebut I Ihut
but the allottment has since been in increased increased ¬ i icreased
creased to 1000000 1000000A I IA
A complete transformation In old Fort FortSevern FortSevorn FortSevern
Severn has been made madee since nee the th loca location loenI loenIlion location ¬
tion of the Military Academy there In In1S45 InlS4i inisIL
1S45 George Bancroft of Massachu Massachusetts Iassnchusetts
I setts the historian was instrumental instrumentalin In trumntnl trumntnlc trumntnlrlnglng
in bringing rlnglng the institu In instittloli tlt lf pa intro exist existence existence XIS ¬
ence c Bancrofts Efforts EffortsIn EffortsIn c cBancrofts 11 11Bancrofts
In eighteen months of service as Sec Secretary Secretnr Secretary ¬
retary retnr of the Nary Na V Mr r Bancroft har harmonized harmonized harmonized ¬
monized all factions in the navy and andconvinced andconvinced i iconlnced
convinced naval officers that an acad academy academy academy ¬
emy where a thorough training could be begiven beglvcn begiven
given was necessary Through his in influence Inuence influence ¬
fluence uence the schools foi fo midshipmen lo located located located ¬
cated at Boston N Nrtelk N4jrflk rtfclk and nd New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York were discontinued and d an Institu Institution InsUtutlon institution ¬
tion Worthy of ot th the American An1eriC4in navy was wasorganized W88organized wasorganized
organized organizedAt
At the time of the civil war the theNaval theNaval theNaval
Naval Academy was moved to Newport NewportR ewpor4 ewpor4n
R I on account of the secession senti sentiment sentiment sentltnent ¬
ment about Annapolis After the war warthe wurthe warthe
the apathy of the public prevented Con Congress ConIre Congress ¬
gress Ire 8 from giving the academy proper propersupport propersupport propersupport
support until the Spanish war empha emphasized emphnsized emphasized ¬
sized the necessity necesslt for a larger navy navyand naw nawand navyand
and making the training of additional additionalofficers addItionalomccra additionalofficers
officers imperative imperativeDENVER ImperativeDENVER imperativeDENVER
DENVER FALLS BELOW BELOWCONTRACT BELOWCOr BELOWCONTRACT
CONTRACT COr TRACT SPEED RATE RATEIn
In her official trial trip over the Cape CajwAnn CaleAnn CapeAnn
Ann course yesterday the protected protectedcruiser protectedcruiser protectedcruiser
cruiser Denver failed to make its 1I contract con contract on ontract ¬
tract speed of seventeen knots an hour hourCommander hourCommander hourCommander
Commander Cowies of the trial boanH boanHannounced boarTannounced boar boarannounced
announced 1628 knots as the cruisers crulreruaverage crulrerl5avera cruisersaverage
average avera speed The builders of the UI Den Denver DEnver Denver ¬
ver are confident con cent It will 111 make the re required required required ¬
quired speed when the engines are urn limbred Jlmbred urnbred
bred up upAIDE upAIDE upAIDE
AIDE TO GENERAL GENE L CORBIN CORBINCapt CORBINCapt CORBINCapt
Capt Alfred Moos MOII Twentyfourth In Infantry InfAntry Infantry ¬
fantry has been detailed to nerve as asaide 88afde asaide
aide on the start of Maj IHj Gen Henry Henr C CCorbln CCurbJn CCorbin
Corbln when he assumes A8 ume command of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Department of the East EastIS EutIS Easts
IS s YOUR STOMACH ON A ASTRIKE ASTRIKE ASTRIKE
STRIKE STRIKEThere STRIKEThcr STRIKEThere
There is i nothing not1I1n to prevent yon em cmploying employlng omployln
ploylng Ri n IIultlltitntc ul tltutc to do do Its it workThere work workThere ork orkTher
There Ther is such a thing thln as forbearance forbearanceof forbearanceceasing
ce ceasing tn to be a virtue even In the ease casoof easeof
of one s stomach There is no question questionbut questionbut questionbut
but that some stomachs will stand a agreat a176t agreat
great deal more wear and tear and andabuse andabuse andabuse
abuse than others but they the all have havetheir haetheir havetheir
their limit and when that limit Is reach reached reached reached ¬
ed tha stomach must by b reckoned d with withas withRS withas
as sure as ar fate The best way wa and andreally nndrenny andrealty
really the only effective way to treat treatyour treatour treatyour
your our stomach when it rebels 1 h is to em employ employ m mplo ¬
ploy plo a substitute to do its work This Thiswill Thiswtl1 Thiswill
will give the weakened and worn out outorgan outorgan outorgan
organ an opportunity to rest and regain regainits regainIts regainits
its strength and health healthStuarts healthStuarts healthStuarts
Stuarts Dyspepsia Tablets relieve the thestomach theJltomach thestomach
stomach of its work by taking up the thework thework thework
work and doing it just Ju t as one set or orshift orshltt orshift
shift of workmen relieves another They Theyactually Thyactually Theyactually
actually digest the food ood in Just the thesame theam thesame
same am manner and just the same time as asthe asthe asthe
the digestive dl e tlve fluids of a sound stomach stomachdo stomachdo tomachdo
do in fact when dissolved in the thestomach thetomach thestomach
stomach they are digestive fluids UldR for forthey forthey Ir Irthe
they the contain exactly the name constitu constituents constituents constttueats ¬
ents and elements as the gastric juice juiceand juiceand juiceand
and other digestive fluids fluid of the stom stomach stomach stomach ¬
ach No 0 matter what the condition of ofthe orthe ofthe
the stomach in ii + their work ork is just thesame the thesame theMLme
same They work in their own natural naturalway naturalway naturalway
way without regard to surrounding con ¬
ditions ditionsThe ditionsThe ditionsThe
The stomach being beta thus relieved by
Stuarts Dyspepsia D pepela Tablets IK restored restoredand restorpdand restoredand
and renewed renew by nature and the rest of
the human body does not suffer In the
leant l lUlt by reason of Its failure to perform
its work workA workA workA
A Wisconsin man says I suffered
the pangs of dyspepsia for ten years cars
I tried every known remedy with indif ¬
ferent result until I was told of the re remarkable remarkllble remarkable ¬
markable cures of Stuarts Dyspepsia
Tablets I bought a box began taking
them and forgot I had a stomach Three
boxes box cured me completely I have had
no trouble whatever for tora a year and
have an appetite like a harvest hand
and can eat anything that In s set t be ¬
fore m me without fear of bad results i iStuHrt
Stuarts StuHrt Dyspepsia rablets are for forsale forsale i isale
sale by all druggists at SOc I Oc a box The I
druggist never falls to have thorn in instock instock I
stock because b caus tho demand
because for them is I soafford so sogroat 80groat
afford groat and so o pronounced ced that he cannot cannotafford cannotatrord cannote
bo without withoutced
afford to bo b e without W Ithout them People who whoI whocouJd whocould
I could not get them or one druggist druggistwould druggistwould druggistwould
would go to another and would get In
the habit of buying their other drugs
there as well 1l an their th8lrStunrts Stuarts Dya Dyasia Dy DIIiZ r
sla Tablets
IRON up SHIP BUILDERS BUILDERSAPPEAL BUILDERSAPPEAL BifiLDERSAPPEAL
APPEAL TO PRESIDENT PRESIDENTNeed
Need for Legislation Shown in Letter LetterWritten LetterWritten LetterWritten
Written by Officer of the theBrotherhood theBroth theBrotherhood
Brotherhood BrotherhoodW Broth Brotherhood1V rnood rnoodv
W v J J Gilthorpo secrotarytrensurer of oftho otthe ofthe
the Brotherhood of Boiler Makers and andIron andIron andIron
Iron Ship Builders has written a let letter letter letter ¬
ter to the President asking him on be behalf behlt behalf ¬
half of f2 25000 OOO skilled boilermakers and andIron andIron andIron
Iron ship builders to take up In his hlsmes hlsmessnge mes message message ¬
sage the need for legislation In behalf behalfof behalof behalfof
of American shipbuilding shipbuildingMr
Mr Gllthorpe holds the interest of ofAmerican ofAmerican ofAmerican
American labor in this question Is acute acuteHe acuteHo acuteIIe
He says < > + iBJ39 iBJ39Our ilJllSOur tB tBOur
Our ships in the foreign trade con constitute constltuto constituto ¬
stitute tho only branch of our shipping shippingIndustry shippingIndustr shippingindustry
Industry Industr that Is unprotected Lacking Lackingprotection LackingIroteetlon Lackingprotection
protection there is practically no de demand demand domand ¬
mand for them hence our lack of em employment emploment employment ¬
ployment So It Is that this branch of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the industry is the only onl one deserving deservingthe deservingthe deservingthe
the attention I1tt < < nUon of the Government GovernmentA
A continued falling off in employment employmentand emplomentand employmentand
and reductions Irt wages are said to be bothreatened bet bethreatened
threatened t hran hnrd unless un Irss Congress acts Wheth Whether hcth hcther ¬
er ship subsidies are wanted is not dl directly dlrectI dlrectly ¬
rectly rectI stated but this is the evident de dcsiro deslro desire
sire of tho writer writerThe writerThe writerThe
The President in reply repJ through Sec Secretary Sorotar Seerotary ¬
rotary rotar Loeb has promised to give the thematter thematter thematter
matter his careful attention attentionLIFESIZE attentionLIFESIZE attentionLIFESIZE
LIFESIZE PICTURES IN INSOWING INSOWING INSOWING
SOWING THE WIND WINDAn WINDAn
An illustrated lecture on Sowing the theWind theWind I
Wind will be given next Sunday even evenIng evenIng evening
Ing at 8 oclock In the auditorium of ofCentral 0 0CentrnJ ofCentral
Central Union Mission The lecturer lecturerFrederick lecturerFrederick lecturerFrederick
Frederick C Crass has given this talk talkmany talkman talkmany
many man times before with much success successThirtyseven successrhlrtyseen successThirtyseven
Thirtyseven lifesize water color pic pictures pictures pictures ¬
tures arc ar used in illustration and the
lecture promises to be one of unusual in ¬
terest
CATHOLICS INDORSE INDORSEArchbishop INDORSEPUBliG IMOORSEPJBLI
PUBliG PJBLI SGHOOLS SGHOOLSArchbishop SOHOOLSArchbishop
Archbishop Ryan Declares That Charge ChargeThat ChargeThat ChargeThat
That His Church Was Opposed to toAmerican t tAmerican toAmerican
American System Is False FalseLAKE FalseLAKE FalseLAKE
LAKE MOHONK N Y Oot 23 231n 231nan 23Inan In Inan
an address at the Mdhonk Indian con conference conrer conference ¬
ference rer nce Archbishop Ryan dwelt upon upontho upontho uponthe
tho sanctity of the marriage relation relationand rcaUoni relationand
i and the unity unit of the family famtl and declared de declared dei ¬
i clared that this should be impressed impresseddeeply Imlresseddeeply Impresseddeeply
deeply upon tho minds of the people peopleHo peopleHe peopleHe
He said that the charge that the theCatholic theCatholic theCatholic
Catholic church was opposed to the thoAmerican theAmerican theAmerican
American public school system was wasfalse WliSfalse wasfalse
false The Catholic heart is loyal to toAmerica toAmerJca toAmerica
America he sold and glories in the thefreedom th thfreedom thefreedom
freedom of worship accorded here to toall toaU toall
all people and In the educational privi privileges prlvlleges privileges ¬
leges nil enjoy enj Catholics had found foundfault roundfault foundfault
fault with the public school system only onlybecause onlybecause onlybecause
because it had thus far neglected the thereligious ther thereligious
religious r Jlglous training of the children childrenThis childrenThis childrenThis
This training tr lnlng could not be left to the thohome thehome thehome
home It must be given in the school or ornot ornot ornot
not at all for many man This religious religiousteaching religiouste
teaching te chlng must be clear and positivewith positive positivewith posltlewith
with authority authorlt behind it and not sim simply slmpJ simply ¬
ply pJ a weak colorless and fitful in instruction Instruction instruction ¬
struction in morals moralsCOLOMBIAN moralsCOLOMBIAN moralsCOLOMBIAN
COLOMBIAN CONGRESS CONGRESSTO
TO ADJOURN NOV NO V 14 14PANAMA 14PANAMA 14PANAMA
PANAMA Oct 23 2JCongress Congress has hasagreed hasagreed hasagreed
agreed with the chief executive executl to ad adjourn adf adjourn ¬
journ November 14 notwithstanding that thatmany thatman thatmany
f many man congressmen wish to postpoone postpooneadjourning postpoonendjournlnK poatpooneadjourning
adjourning until a decision on canal canalmatters canalmatters canalmatters
matters be reached In the American AmericanCongress AmericanCongrcs AmericanCongress
Congress The principal feature of the thoplatform theplatform theplatform
platform of Joaquin Velez a presiden presidential presidential presidontlal ¬
tial candidate are absolute rejection of offoreign orforeign offoreign
foreign control of the canal a diminish diminished ¬
ed army a gold standard and the abo abolition abolition abolition ¬
lition of monopolies Velez has always al always always ¬
ways been opposed to any treaty with withtho withtho withthe
tho United States
ST 8 LOUIS BOODLER BOODLERCharles B000LEREAtJ1ll1T
GAUGHT IN I1 MEXICO MEXIGOCharles
Charles Kratz Former Councilman Ar Arrested Arrested Arrested ¬
rested by Order of Federal FederalAuthorities FederalAuthorities FederalAuthorities
Authorities AuthoritiesGUADALAJARA AuthoritiesGUADALAJARA AuthoritiesGUADALAJARA
GUADALAJARA Moxlco Oct 23Charles 23 23Charles 23Charles
Charles Kratz Irat the fugitive from SU SULouis St StLouIs StLouis
Louis under indictment for bribery brlbor was wasnrrested wadarrested wasarrested
arrested yesterday cst rda and Is held for ox extradition oxtradition IX IXtradition
tradition under orders from the Fed Federal Federnl Federal ¬
eral Government at the City of Mexico MexicoTechnically MoxlcTechnicnll MoxicTechnically
Technically Technicnll Kratz Is under provisional provisionaldetention provlslonuldetention provisionaldetention
detention which means means that he Is to tohe tohe tobe
he kept In prison pending further or orders orderA orders ¬
ders from the Federal Government GovernmentThe GovernmentThe GovernmentThe
The arrest Is the result of a formal re request reIllest request ¬
quest from Secretary Hay Ha at Washing WashlngI Washington Washington
I ton to the Mexican government made madethrough mddothrough madethrough
through Ambassador Powell Clayton af after after after ¬
ter the agreement had been reached be between between beytween ¬
tween the two governments that the thesupplemental thefupplemcntal theSupplemental
supplemental treaty making bribery an anextraditable ancxtradltablp anextraditable
extraditable offense should be retroac retroactive ratroaetlvc retroactive ¬
tive tiveIt tlvcIt tiveIt
It Is understood here that Kratz will willnow willnow willnow
now be held until the arrival of o St Stlxuis StLouis
Louis officers bearing papers from fromWashington fromVashngtln
Washington Wnsha ngtnn certifying their authority authottt authotttto authorityto 1 Tim TimWnsha
to take the prisoner rlsoner in the name of the theUnitcd
United States Kratz was greatly gr utIy cur surprised curpriseal ¬
prised at t his arrest arrestCircuit arr05tCircuit arrestCircuit
Circuit Attorney lFolk Folk of a St Louis Louisrecently Louisrecently
recently recentl visited Washington to make makearrangements makearrangements
arrangements for having the St Louis Louisboodfors LQufsboodrors LpulsboodTers
boodfors brought back to the United UnitedStates UnitedStates
States StatesMINISTER StatesMINISTER
MINISTER BOWEN SEES SEESFRENCH SEESFRENCH
FRENCH DIPLOMATISTS DIPLOMATISTSParis
Paris dispatches announce tho arri arrival arrlal arrivas ¬
val al there of Herbert W V Bowen United UnitedStates UnltooStates UnitedStates
States minister mlnl ter to Venezuela who is isconferring Isccmrfrrlng isconferring
conferring with w lth French representatives representativeson
on the presentation of their claims claimsagainst claimsagainst claimsagainst
against Venezuela to The Hague tri tribunal trl1unal tribunal ¬
bunal Mr Bowen Is pleased with the theaction theactilJn theaction
action of the tribunal in consenting to toI tothe
1 the use of England in arguments
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