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2 THE WASHINGTON TIMES MONDAY MONIRYtAY MAY 23 1904 I
cessors Cl8sors mow bow bow JT T By d tas their arts artsthat at1sthat artsthat
that R boW cavalrr thanks to ita it fir firand lirand hre hreand
and to th U8 swIftaeBs swlft e of Its horses hor ea can cantoday catItoda at attoday
today toda pit iteelf l fand and win against infantry infantryarmed infantryarmed infantryarmed
armed wrth wIt3tJte h e most perfect rifUw And Andthe Andthe Andthe
the deilraf 1lr of Getteral Kut patkhi Stkhi tkha wbc wbcis wbcIs hc hcIS
is always alw antknc tng ftC tor n re cavalry cavalryj
again against MI army whteh hlck 1 II lacking In IncaYafry Inca Inev1ry
caYafry ca 1 ig a aatrtldnS striking Justification of oflho ofthGH oftho
lho thGH who In a arcJPe Throp ro a have rttftson r sOfl to tothink tflthhalt tithInk
think thai Uric arm I of tfc Utaen te wvlo tee < Judi Judiciously Judlcloualy Judiclously ¬
ciously employed an aawt ftnt taking takJft into ao account aoI aocount ¬
count tit the teacMacB te of rwantwars recent WILlS Is Isdeatied hsdetalfttea ISdestlfld
I
deatied to render Invaluable SerVICe
RUSSIAN BATTLESHIP OREL ORELSUNK ORELSQN ORELSQNK
I
SUNK SQN A AT T 0HARF WHARF BY JAP JAPSJPY SPY
CRONSTADT May Ma tt DThe The battleship battleshipOrel battleahlpOri
Orel which was wa brought here several severaldays Hnraldls severs seversds
days ago go to tak take on h her r main battery batteryanJ batterlnJ battet7uiJ
anJ to be Unified ftnlt hed before coins olog into intocommission Intommlssaon IntommIsston
commission mmlssaon suddenly sank at her an anrage ancrap ani
> crap i < rage on the night nl ht of May 80 80Vice O Ole O Ote
Vice le te Admiral Rojestvensky RoJe tenaky romatan romatanUr CrmaaolcrlnclleC conunan1cr1niIef
Ur lcrlnclleC inchief of the Baltic squadron waslh wastIc was wasklUd
klUd lh J from St Petersburg Petersbu and under underIts underIs
Its Is supervision the work of pumping pumpingit
it and nd raisins raisin the Orel was begun begunThe beg1ULTht begunTh
The Th > ship was raised ral td yesterday fe ter 7 morn morns ntOrnand mornanI
s and was found to be undamaged
I
filled with withdirts withdlrt withdirty
save e that her interior was
dirty dlrt salt It water An examination show showed showed how howed
ed that the Kingston valves had d been beenopened beenopened beenopened
opened permitting the water to rush in inAn Inn InAn
An n Investigation In UUon into the th affair Is pro progressing proareaos progreasing ¬
greasing areaos Either a Japanese e spy oc O a atraitor atraitor atasItor
traitor it ts s thought bt < sank the ship shipWillie shipWhUe shipWhile
Willie proceeding from Galernil GalernilIsland GaierunItiel GalernilIaand
Island St Petersburg Pet urg where Iere she vm vmbnllt VIUS VIUSbollt Yisbuilt
built to Croiwtadt Cron tadt the Orel grounded groundedIn
In the Nev Neva and was hauled off only onlywith onh onhIth onI onIwith
with Ith much trouble Some of her plates plateswere Pla Plawere plateswere
were ummaKcd dim sed
CE ADMIRAL SKRYDLOFF SKRYDLOFFARRIVES SKRYDLOFFARRIVES I IARRIVES
liCE
ARRIVES AT VLADIVOSTOK V ADIVOSTOI
i ADIVOSTOK May lla StWce Adml AdmlSkrydloff AdmlSkrydlort AdmiSkrydloft
Skrydloff arrived here at 488 4 oclock oclockafternoon oclockntternoon Oclockafternoon
afternoon He was WA met at the thennskl thoanskl theanskt
nnskl station thirteen thl teen miles out outVladivostok outVladivostok outVladivostok
Vladivostok by b Major general generalcnetz eneral eneralnHz eneralnetz
cnetz nHz and deputations of the mlll mlllry mlltr
r ry naval and municipal authorities authoritiesvif authorlUeun
vif n un Eli 11 as 3 by an enthusiastic crowd crowdid crowdd
id d broad and salt were given him himEntering himntErint himntering
Entering ntering the town town the admiral drove drovethc drovetit drovethc
> thc > pier in an open carriage escorted escortedCossacks escortedClJssacks escortedossacks
Cossacks and boarded the cruiser cruiserjssia cruer cruerJfS cruiserOn
JfS jssia i on which a short hort service was wasId R Rld rsth
Id IdVhP ldihp
VhP th chaplain sprinkled and bleed bleasedthi blith bleedthi
thi th admirals flag before it was run up upte optl uptc
te the masthead where It Itwas was greeted greetedvth greetedth
vth th a salute salut > from all the cruiser cruserz In Inthe inth Inthe
the th harbfrr harbfrrThe harb harbThe harbirThe
The day da happened to be the eighth eighthanniversary oIChtlt1nniersar eIithnniersar
anniversary 1nniersar > uf the aunChlng launching of thu
Bossia and also al o Vine Admiral Skryd Skrydloffs Skrdlofs Skrydloffs
loffs saints tnts day in an a address Add to the theofficers thetncers theofficers
officers and crew of the Rossin Int118 the ad admiral admind admiral ¬
miral saidv saidvThe said nldThe saidThe
The Bmperor orders or er me to convey conveyhis concyI conveyhis
I his greetings sreetl tltl and loyal thanks for your yourgallant yourallant tourgallant
gallant allant gervleee in consideration e of ofwhich ofhlch ofwhich
which hlch he redoes your tour cf cs sea duty dutylo dUtytu dutyto
lo three Uar yearsJdndraI yours yoursAdmiral yeftrs yeftrsAdmiral
Admiral SkryAloff then visited 1 1te l the theether theGUier theother
ether cruisers and repeated the th royal royalmessage royallIe royalnLssege
message messageThe nLssegeThe lIe lIerhc
The Japanese e cruisers reported as be being beinc litbetween ¬
inc between GeSan and Vladivostok so sofar sofar sofar
far have not been sighted sightedbusiness slghteCThe s1ghteIThe
The opening of C Y1a41vostokto Vladivostok to tmde tmdeha trodeline
ha line as yet et bad no effect In revivlns revivlnsbu revvlngbusiness
business bu which Is at a complete stain stainstill siandsttn standcdli
still stillThe The town is in an excellent conditionand condition conditionand conditiond
and d the general health of the people Is IsI itsgood Isgood
I good
BOTH ARMIES AREPREPA ARE PREPARINGFOR PREPARING PREPARINGFOR lNG lNGFOR
II FOR BATTLE NEAR LIAOYANG
KOBE May 28 aIn In southern Man Manchuriu Manchuria Mantr
churiu are many signs of the hasty re retreat re retnat ¬
treat tr at of the Russians who had not even eventime eventime eventime
time to destroy destro telegraph poles There Therewere TherWHe Thirewere
were many man burned houses to be seen seenalong seenalong seenalong
along the main road and country people peoplemostly peoplemVItly peoplemostly
mostly had fled fledThe fledThe fledThe
The Chinese in ManchUrla Manch rla favor avorRussians ihav ihavRussians JiO JiORussians
Russians nnd nndlwthstaes Upth ifles show a slnfcli slnfclilar sln stntimr tf tflar
lar respect t1r < jr Ir the the feeling feeJin eelingg and property propertyof properlof
of natives Outrages are practically un unknown unknown Unknown ¬
known The RUBS Rq ItseIns lansar inns are making up upfor uptor upfor
for the unenviable reputation earned in inthe Inthl Inthe
the Boxer campaign e msialgn The only exhi exhibition exhibition cxliibltion ¬
F bition of activity the Russians have havemade haemade havemade
made south of Fengwangcheng is isthat I Ithat Isthat
that a few spiff sp1 dteguteed hlguls as as Chinamen Chinamenpenetrated ChlnlUI Chinalnenpenetrated en enpenetrated
penetrated the Japanese Ja afte e lines Jines and nd cut a atelegraph atelegrnpll atelegraph
telegraph wire e but were wer caught In the theact the1tt theLiCt
act actWith
With regard to t the mystery of the thesituation thefftuatlon theeftuation
situation In north norUast aat Korea the imtlves imtlvesbelieve 18l itlvesbelieve Ve
believe a large force of Russians is l con concealed oo eoncealed ¬
cealed In the mountains waiting to te testroy De Destroy 4estroy ¬
stroy the th Japaiteee Japa if driven back Both Both8id Bdtb Bdtbslds BdULsids
8id slds 3 are 8r6 making m maktiggreat k Ggxeat great preparations pr paratlOna for fora fora fora
a battle nraund am d t uoYAflg aoYang which w lch lchEXneeted M Mexpected 1 1cxeeted
expected In two or three week The TheRussians TheRussians TheItussiane
Russians while displaying df laylng superb In ¬
dividual valor show how lack of foresight foresightand foresightand oAtSfthtand
and executive ability in their move movements mo momenta movements ¬
ments The Russian trenches around aroundKlullencheng aroundKhalienchcnS aroundKiullancheng
Klullencheng were disgracefully primi primitive primitive prlmitire ¬
tive affording no protection prot Ctlon against againstshell agttlnstshell againstshell
shell nroWhen ilro ilroWhen nro ilre1hen
When the Japanese e army army divided in incrossing InI Inerossing
I crossing the Yale oneilvislonttiY oneilvislonttiYI onedivicion one wlvlelon Jluy 41iiyU 41iiyUpOsed < 0x 0xpaeed
I pOsed p to attack separated from thft thftmain 11 11pain t1lpa1n
pain main body bod by a a rapid deep stream bnj bnjThe b bd bdThe f fbe
The be Russians Rpal ns greatly gr ly surprised 1 the Jap Japanese JIIpane Japaxl ¬
anese ane axl by falling to attack and nd allowed allowedthe sUowedthe sHowedthe
the entire army arm to cross crossJapanese croMJapanese crossJapanese
Japanese transports travel In every everydirection eerydlrecUOK everydirection
direction without escort as they jieed jieedno need needno needno
no protection The sea is sprinkled sprinkledwith sprl sprinklednIth kled kledWIth
with monster vessels e displaying the red redand redbd redasd
and white colors of Japan and some sometimes sometimes sometimes ¬
times as many man as A ten of these ships shipsare shfpaare shipsare
are counted at the same time timeSteamships timeSteamships timeSteamships
Steamships captured from Russians Russiansnow Rwl Russiansnow lana lananow
now take to the front Japanese gunners gunnerswho Iunnerswho gunnerswho
who will use the captured Russian guns gunsand gunsand gunsand
and flit them with charges of Russianshefle Russian Russianshells Russianabe11tl
shells Japanese naval officers repeat repeatedly repeattell repeatdIy ¬
edly dIy tell me they regard regar their victories victoriesas
as a Bngtand8 triumph One of o them said saidBngland saI saId3nglaiid < 1 1BnaDCI
Bngland taught us naval warfare Our Ourvictories OUrvletorles Ourvictories
victories are her victories victert
NORTH NORTHMAKES MAKES DEFENSE DEFENSEOF DEFENSEOF DEFENSEQF
OF POPULATION FIGURES
Continued c ttiftued from r m First Page Pageoffice Pageoffice Pat e eomee
office business or ballots cast at ate atetlontt at5eiec at5eiectione elec elections ¬
tions Experience almost invOTiabiy invOTiabiydemonstrates lay41ablydemonl1rQtes lnvziablydemontrate
demonstrates that these methods of orh tto ttoUrmlninp 4 4it
h Urmlninp rml1ln population are fallacious and andunreliable tUl4unroUabte andunr
unreliable unroUabtePopular unr unreliablePopular lIahle lIahlePopular
Popular Methods of Calculation CalculationEstimate CalculationFttthnat CalculationEstimates
Estimate af the UtepOp1llatl population n of the thelarge Celarse thelarge
large clUes of the United States in JOt 1106made rmade JOtmade
made by this method on the basis bul of the thertncu UtehnSUI thetnaus
rtncu tnaus results In 1M IJ and 1SW 1k show that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the probable 1e error of tfca method Is b bper blr bper
per cent cI < nt that is Sa In half hsl t tile > ie cities Lilt LiltEstlma iteestimates hc hcestimates
estimates Estlma tes for a date te years attar the thelast thelast thelast
last census euttUII were W within I per cent ceo of the thetruth tb tbtruth thetroth
truth truthThe truthThe trothThe
The usual val English method that of ofassuming ofa ofassuming
a assuming gumlng that the percentage of in increase InTEase inrease ¬
crease instead of the amount remains remainsconstant remainsJJstant remainsvnstnt
constant JJstant from decade dec de to decade or from fromar fromtar fromear
> tar ar to y yiar ar gives for American cities citiesa
a probable probcal h error of IS per cent snow snowIng bowIn showing
Ing In clearly that this Is method however howeverapplicable howeTerapplicable howeverapplIcable
applicable in Great Britain does notnpply not notapply nota
apply a ply to present American conditions conditionsAcsconwnon condltiolUlA conditionsAaeommon
Acsconwnon A mmon American method that thatcf Oiatt
cf 4 t multiplying the number ef t votes cast castIn casttn castIn
In a Presidential election by an as assumed pumpd assumed ¬
sumed ratio of that number to popu population population population ¬
lation when tested shows shoYo p a aError protyibte protyibteerror Jt Jtfrror
error of 12 per cent Estimates bae based baHdJpon basedupon < S Supon
upon accurate city censuses cenau of school schoolchildren IICh schoolchildren 1 1children
children show a probable error rror of 6 6per 6pr 6pr
per pr cent But such censuses In Amen American Amencnn ¬
can cities are often carelessly taken takenand takenand takenand
and extremely extreme inaccurate Estimates Estimatesbased E EstimatesLased tlmatee tlmatee1aled
based upon multiplying the number numberof numbercf n mbei mbeiof
of names in a city directory by bygome byslJme bysome
some assumed ratio show > how a probable probableerror probablerror probableerror
error rror of It per cent and in every one oneof oneor onecf
of the cases tested the population as asthus a athus asthus
thus estimated was found to be too toolarge tooJarge toolarge
large No one of the alternativerru alternative alternativemethods alternaUyemthoo8
methods rru thodn therefore te as accurate for forAmerican forAmericaat
American cities under UlHlertMfRnt present wesent condi conditions eon4ltJons Condllions ¬
lions as the methods we have employed employedMeeting e ejaployadMeetint
Meeting Spocial Conditions ConditionsFor ConditionsFor
For cities which have ha recently en entered enterfd enterd ¬
tered upon a period of excepUonal exceptionalgrowth excepUonalgrowth excepUonalgrowth
growth produced by the th influx of new newsettlers newsettlers
settlers In great numbers nUllllft > rs and Which Whichmay whichmay Whichmay
may be said not to hate bn be n fairly born bornwh iornwIin
wh whn n the < tn PflU5 n us of 1W 1i > I was taken th thestimate thcstkmates
estimate Umt t the th cnmi enssn on the basIs ba In Indiated indirttvd
diated will undoubtedly undouhtdl prove too toosmall t tlmaU to tormall
small This hts fact wa was u frankly admitted admittedin Admllt AdmlltIn
in 3T ItulUtin 7 and a rnution < was aild aii aiJdll aiJdllgulrJIt < l luguirst < < 1 1ugulnat
uguirst any alJ false 81 roiu 10JItlorui > tlorui In conse conseQu conseGU conicLu
Qu Lu noe n < e of r rigid adher adhe adhern n < to the rule ru rulestimating tor toruUmaUn1 f festimating
estimating Several dUNI < itl from which whichcomplaint wblchCmplalllt whichcmpialits
complaint havv ha ben le rf tPfhe4 elved are un undoubtedly unffllllt andubtedlv ¬
doubtedly ffllllt ly within this th category and theyhou1d they theyShould the78h1114
Should find whateverBolare Is I accessary accessaryf 1I 1Iflr nocessaryfr
f fr flr > > r their wounded municipal pride pr14 in inthl Inthl Iuthis
thl this AdmIn of thc fallibility falllhfUt nt the therul th4rut theru1
rut in fx 1 tptlonal < ca Ct cas s which Is a found foundon foundn
on n page pas 4 of the th evwnm u hull bullttln bullttlnIn tin tinIn tlnIn
In several ra ass s Hie tit Muggestinn Muggestinnrnade Is Isl1ade 1 1made
made that the census td should h have v sent sentUs MOntits sentIts
its agents to the locality lIJeAUt Mud ud iiatlsned iiatlsnedItself JlAtJ1edtalf satleftedflaelf
Itself by a atuai < dual tual examination that the therate lhfratE therats
rate of growth In population Is I greater greaterthan rter rterthan reatorthan
than that arrived at by the arithmetical arithmeticalfticuiatlen arlthllMUoalfalculatlen arithmeueIaleuIaiJon
fticuiatlen < Su Such h a course cour was 1 impos imposs impossIb
F sIb llf for reasons that seem m to me 00 00lClus ohAs
lClus lClusAs
As s already stated ta this tist offlce om was w not nottaking nottaking nottaking
taking a census or anything < akin to a acensus aconsulS aconeuc
census If as a result of superficial
investigations Inve tlgation unsupported by an a actual actualnumaration actualenumeration
enumeration 4 umoratJont < tp t buf 1ppIU1JIc1ul lijijcaad a Jiaa vndfrtaXs vndfrtaXsj sodr taken tt1lGv
Al v j publish ostlmatae of population o populati itaC16n n f rr OZ
particular cities larger than those thosereached thosereachecl thosereached
reached by its established tabllshecJ rule then thenindeed thenIDCIeed thenIndeed
indeed it would have h deliberately in invited InYi Inviwd ¬
vited Yi l endless criticism crttJel mor or then it would wouldhave wouldhavetltuted wouldhave
have havetltuted substituted sheer eer guessing gu slng for es estimates 08tlmat oNtimates ¬
timates tlmat based upon actual enumerations enumerationsand
and obtained 1 by a uniform method methodWherever methodwherever methodWherever
Wherever it failed to report a population populationa populationlarse
a large as the local expectation it itwould Itwould Itwould
would have been denounced wherever whereverIt
It Increased the estimate over the popu population popula110n population ¬
lation arrived at by the calculation it itwould Itwoukl itwould
would have laid itself It open o n to the criti criticism crltlcSm cnitident ¬
cism dent that it was favoring certain com communities communities cornmunities ¬
munities at tho expense e n e of others In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the absolute ab Impartiality with which the therule therule therule
rule wa was applied lay the U only possible possibleifety po8IIlblefety possiblesafety
safety ifety for the Census Bureau It can cancommand cancommand canCOflUflfld
command respect by b consistency even evenwhen evenwben evenwhen
when it knows know that consistency Involves Involvesa Involv8certain
a a certain element of error It will lose losepublic losepublic e epublic
public confluence when It attemots to toarbitrate toarbitrate toarbitrate
arbitrate upon theclaims the claims of local direc directory directory 1Irootory ¬
tory makers and real estate e tate agents agentsCannot agentsCannot agentsCannot
Cannot Accept Local Censuses CensusesIn CensusesuIn
uIn In many of the States Stat of the Union Unionintercensal UnionJntereenal Unionintercenssl
intercensal censuses will be taken this thisyear thisyear
year and the returns of these emmera emmeratlons emmeratfon emmeratioss
tlons will be utilized by this office of ce in intonrectlng Int Inqosrectlng
tonrectlng t oN8Ctlng its estimates for future yours yours9ut 7G1irsIDut ymrsut
9ut ut tti tile office otn ome cannot accept the result resultof reSultof r ult ultof
of local censuses however taken as a abasis abasis
basis for modifying its I estimates and andfor andtor andfor
for the very good reason that these local localcensuses localcen localcensuses
censuses cen u are almost Invariably Invarlabl found to tobe tobe tobe
be grossly Incorrect when cheeked up upby UPby upby
by a national census censusTurnuur MUOtlTurnl censusTurning
Turning Turnl to the general results rul of the theefcnU8intbod theCDYUod thecbhismotbod
efcnU8intbod of projecting pr Ung the pope population POIUalton popelatlon ¬
alton as applied to the entire country countryI
I call your attention to the remarkable remarkableaccuracy remalkableaccuracy remarkableaccuracy
accuracy that attends the computation computationwhen computationwhen computationwhen
when U concerns conditions which cannot can cannot canDOt ¬
not be affected by local influence Jn uenee and andvariants anduian andYnriants
variants uian The estimated e population of ofContinental orcontinental ofContinental
Continental United States for WOO as a d dtermlqed dtermlqed dip diptermlned >
termlqed by this det method mt od on th the basis e ethe of ofthe 1 1the
the increase from 1 UM to iii 189 was w 76
414111 14181 while he actual population as asreturned asreturned 8 8returned
returned by the census of 19M 2 was 76 764s73
94573 4s73 511 In other word wora the actual pop population population population ¬
ulation was Sfta3fH M 4 to excuse of the esti estimate e estiniate t1 t1nlaha ¬
mate showing the latter to be in error errorby rorby errorby
by three threefourthe fourths of ot1 1 per cent ee t How Howar JioVoar Howtan
tan ar this tb negligible error fcr Aue Uue ue to th thinfluence thi thiani1u thnflupnce
influence ani1u nee of Immigration cannot C8oAnOt b btt de determined d dt determlni ¬
termined t nfd d
If we project the population of CM CMtlnfntnl Co Cotlnnt1 Continental
tlnfntnl Vnlted State for the entire lint de dec d dctde dectdc
ctde In which we are now living by 1M 1MI thecensus
I c census n u method we reach the conclusion conclusionthat condutGnI conclusionthat
I that the thirteenth census in 1U will willhow wiltIsh willsh
Ish sh how w i population In the neighborhood neighborhoodof n orbood orboodot
of tt0414ac 041436 This Thl Indicates indicat a percentage percentageof pereenta pereentaof
of increase of o 171 as a compared eo With 317 317in i iin 7In
in the decade e UttMMO Events are poe poelbl pcMIIbh peeslbh
slbh lbl Ibh in th tM future development of the thecountry thecountr7 thecountry
country which wh h will nut this estimate estimateawry estimateawry tlmltte tlmlttea
awry a WITY from the actual census of 1110 1910Such 1110I
I Such W a or possibility = gn exists exI under every everyI eve17Oettyburg everymthod
I method of tt etlinaUon etlinaUonGettysburg tlnwUan tlnwUanGettysburg
Gettysburg and Pen Mar MarSpecial MarSpecial
Special Decoration Day excursion via visPennsylvania viaPennsylvania
Pennsylvania Penn ylvanhL Railroad On 0 Decoration DecorationDay DeeoratlfM11ay Decoration1y
Day Monday May ta 30 the PennsylvanIRailroad Pennsylvania PennsylvaolanaJlroad PennsylvaniaRaIlroad
Railroad Company will run H aexcursion special specialexcursion pcilexurlon
excursion to Gettysburg and Pen Mar Marleaving Marleavlne Marleaving
leaving Washington lUIhlfllrt n by b sfwiit aiei aieiS 11 11411 mi 4 4I tS
S a m Returning special train will willleave wl1lOttybure willleave
leave Gettysburg at 54 5016 p m Pen en Mar Ma
400 p u p m Round trip tickets t2 2 from fromWashington rlQmWuhlnlrton fromWashington
Washington to either Gettysburg eUy > burg ur Pen LienMan PenI n nfar
I Mar
Danger Is IsNow Now Remote Remotew RemoteOf
w Of f a Moro UprisingGovernor Uprising fprisingG UprisingGovernorWright
G GovernorWright Governor > vernor Wright Makes a Report on Situa Situation Situation SituationHunting ¬
tion tionHunting Hunting Down Bandits Banditsfacts BanditsFactsCon BanditsFactsConcerning Pacts Con Concerning Conce ¬
cerning ce ning General Woods WooclsOperations Operations
According to reports made mll e to the War WarDepartment WanDepartment VAr VArDepartment
Department by b Governor Wright of the thePhilippines thePhilippines thePhilippines
Philippines all danger oC o a general up uprising uprising uprising ¬
rising on the part of the Mores ha hapassed has hasp haspassed
passed p sed In u dispatch to the Secretary Secretaryof
of War Var Governor Wrights says quot quoting quotIng quotlog ¬
ing reports from General Wood WoodNO WoodNo VouduNo
uNo NO disturbance In Cottobato Valley ValleyAffair VaUe30Affair ValleyAffair
Affair was a fight with with a band of out outlaws outlaws outlaws ¬
laws under All who is as much an anenemy ancnem30 anenetny
enemy of peaceful Moros a II of our ourAll ours oursAll
All 11 Mores In valley va1Je are at work and andfriendly andfrlendly andfriendly
friendly and for the first time In his history hlstor history ¬
tory tor are taking out cedulas dulas Identifica Identification ldcnfl idenIlfldntion cn cntlon ¬
tion certificates Have taken out 2 ZOO IOOin ZOOin 90 90In
In last two weeks Not the slightest slightestuause sUghtestWtuse slightestbause
uause for anxiety anxietyConference andatConference anxietyConference
Conference HeldGovornor Held HoldGovernor HeldGoornor
Governor Wright rIght nOds Leonard LeonaraVood LeonaraVoodvlsltoo Wood Woodvtalted Woodvisited
visited me at Bagulo about two weeks weekssince weeks8luoo weekscube
since We Ve went over More matters mattersfully mntt mattersfully rs rsrull
fully rull He was then sanguine there therewould therewould therewould
would be no further disturbance except exceptthat exceptthat exceptthat
that Involved in running down All who whoIB whu1M whois
IB a fugitive in the mountains with a asmall usmoll asmall
small band of Moros I am inclined to tothink t tthink tothink
think him correct in his views Inci mcidents Incidents ncl ncldents ¬
dents of this character are always aiwoy lia liaConsolidation ilaDELEGATES haDELEGATES
DELEGATES DISCUSS DISCUSSUNION DISCUSSUNIONQUESTION
UNION UNIONQUESTION UNIONQUESTIONConsolidation ijUESTION ijUESTIONConsolidation
Consolidation of ClmicliesBefore Churches ChurchesBefore ChurchesBefore
Before the Conference ConferenceMARRIAGE ConferenceMARRIAGE OoiiferenceMARRIAGE
MARRIAGE AND Ar D DIVORCE DIVORCEMatter D I V 0 HC E EIfiatter EMatter
Matter Brought Up on an Appeal for foiUnited forUnited forUnited
United Church Action on These TheseTwo TheseTwo TheseTwo
Two Matters Mattersdenominational MattersDenominAtional MattersDenominational
denominational union the vital sub subject subject subjeot ¬
ject of the present general conference ntorence of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Methodist Protestant Church was wasonly wason wasonly
only on I briefly touched upon upon at this morn mornIngs mornIngs mornings
Ings session seal on in the North Carolina CarolinaAvenue CarolinaA CarolinaAvenue
A Avenue fntHI Church The proposition was wasbrought WJUbrought waibrought
brought before the curtrentloti only ont In Inthe InU inthe
the U presentation to the delegates of Dr DrWilliam DrWuUam DrWilliam
William M Weekly representative of ofthe orUte ofth
the th United Brethren Church Clt rch and in the theappointment theappointment theappointment
appointment of a special committee to toconsider toconstder toconsider
consider the question after It has been beenofficially beenot beenolDelahly
officially ot clau put before the conferncrOne conferrnce conferrnceOne confernceOne
One of the Interesting developments v lopment8 of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the morning was thn th Introduction of an anappeal anappeal anappeal
appeal for cooperation of the Methodist MethodistProtestant lIIetbodbJtProtestant MethodistProtestant
Protestant Church with Ith the interchurch interchurchconference inttrehuNhconrerence interchurchconference
conference on marriage marrl 5e and divorce divorceThe dhorceThe divorceThe
The petition peUtlonprovldes provides prov1d for or the th appointmeet appoint appointment appointment ¬
ment of three representatives repre enta11ve of that thatdenomination thatdenomination thatdenomination
denomination to serve as members memb rs of the theinterchurch theInterchurch theinterchurch
interchurch conference conferenceAt conferenceAt
At amusing Incident occurred in con connection tnnectlon eonsection ¬
section with the introduction of the ap appeal ap appeal appeal ¬
peal It was presented by the secretary secretaryamong secrCtaryamong s rtary rtaryamong
among a number of other papers for forreference forreference forreference
reference to the proper committee committeeOwing committeeOwing committeeOwIng
Owing to the peculiar nature of the thecommunication thecommunication thecommunication
communication President Pre ldent Tagg g was wa in inquandary lroqU8nda irquandary
quandary qU8nda to decide which of th the numer numerous numerous mimerous ¬
ous committees was qualified to consider
It it
Refer it to the committee commit tee on fra fraternal frAternal fraternal ¬
ternal relations suggested BUgg ted one of the thedelegates th thdelegates thedelegates
delegates amid great laughter laughterThe lauGhterThe laughterThe
The suggestion was not carried out outhowever outhowever outhowever
however and the document wa w was turnea turneaover t1rJWOover tbrnscover
over to a specially appointed committee committeeon
on moral reform reformThe reformTho reformThe
The session was va opened with devo devotional devotional devotional ¬
tional exercises conducted by the Rev RevDr RevDr RevDr
Dr E E S Brown of Iowa and follow following ollowIng plowing ¬
ing the formal order of business bu lnus the theRev UaeRe theRev
Rev Re Dr Gilbert general secretary of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the American Society of Religious Edu Education 1IIducation t1u t1ucation ¬
cation delivered a short address con concerning concernlnb eoncerning ¬
cerning the work of the institution In Inconcluding Inconcluding inconcluding
concluding his hi remarks he asked the ap appointment appolntmont appOlntment ¬
pointment of a special committee to confor con confer conteI ¬
for with him on the subject of assist assisting a assisting l t tIng ¬
ing the society in its work workMissions workMissions workMsions
Missions Report ReportDr Roportr ReportDii
r Dr S M t McMamlman secretary of ofthe ori ofthe
i the Board of Homo Missions lI lons submitted submitteda lIubmlttedbrief
a brief report in connection with the thework thework thework
work of that branch of the chuoch in inthe Inthe Inthe
the past four years yearsThe yearsThe ears earsThe
The statement showed that the pres present present presmt ¬
ent assets of the board b are JSSOOT OO6 of ofwhich ofwhich ofwhicli
which 911000 has been bee added sinceithe sinceithelastgeneral sincethelastgenaral > tnee the thel
lastgeneral l conference Interest ntere t onHhe onHheoutstanding on ontheoutstanding the theoutstanding
outstanding loans is now greater than thanthe thanthe thaitthe
the interest on the debts said Dr Mc McMamiman 1Io1cJtfamlman McMamiman
Mamiman and there th re is every Indica Indication IndlcaUon indication ¬
tion pt of a good year ear ahead aheadA aheadA aheadA
A private communication from rum the Bal Baltimore Baltimore 31timore ¬
timore Conference of the Methodist MethodistEpiscopal MethodistEpiscopal eUuwllet eUuwlletEpll1Copal
Episcopal Church concerning the contemplated con contemplated contemplated ¬
templated union was announced announ and re referred 18 18ferr6d noferred ¬
ferred to the committee on union unionSome unionSome unionSome
Some time was taken up by the dele delegates deleat ddegates ¬
gates at In the discussion of the time for forthe torlhe forthe
the election of editors and after muchspirited much muchspirited muchsllillted
spirited argument It was decided that thatthe thatth thatth
the th election shall be held later this thisafternoon th thafternoon thisafternoon
afternoon The delegates delebt also voted to tohold tohold tohold
hold the election of the agents and see secretaries seeretarles seeretanies ¬
retaries Thursday afternoon but the thetime thetime thetime
time was later found to coislllcLnlth coislllcLnlththat conflict with withthat 1th 1ththat
that set for or a reception by the tb President Presidentat PreeMentat
at the White House The motion was wasreconsidered WIt WItreconsidered wasreconsidered
reconsidered and It was wa decided to set no nodefinite nodettliHe nodetinite
definite time for the election electionThe electionThe electionThe
The committee on credential reported reportedthat reports reportsthat I Ithat
that M 1 P Richardson of the th Charleston Charles Charleston CharIHI CharIHIton ¬
ton S C colored conference would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be recognized rt > as the messenger from fromthat fromthat fromthat
that branch of the church Two repre representatives repr reprMI1tUv representativee ¬
sentatives MI1tUv of < this conference presented presentedthemselves prtScntedthemselves presentedthemselves
themselves at thu opening of the general generalconference generotlconrerence genertlconference
conference and the committee on cre credentials credntlal oredentila ¬
dentials was at A t a loss to know how to tounravel tounravel tounravel
unravel the tangle until one of the dele delegates deJegatea del delgates ¬
gates announced his hl withdrawal withdrawalPresident wtthdlAWaPrdent wIthdrawaLPreskiont
President Tang announced then thz thzappointment 112appoIntment Lk Lkappointment
appointment of all of the committees
DEATH RECORD RECORDItartel RECORDlIutI RECORDliartel
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ritckert lckert Francis 11 2 1217 Jt111ttlt 32l WUi st t ie ieDrue ReUnKtt ielInae
Drue MMgmret I at K 1 40 HtUwUIe D C CCl Cf CCisdie
Clarfe Cl rV John wm 86 5 180 IBM Wyoming W Oftri < aw awOCM lft lften ieJoaphhse
f OCM Jowihtae L I A 00 X Sll C lit t te teltopmtr tei seDe
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Uouofl Writer 01 I WMliingtoti W Mhlllltoll Aeyium As1uaiosit As1uaiositgJ00n4s iufRllospt iufRllosptmondI lles > t tfclmontte
fclmontte mondI Kthel T 1 4 months 12tZ it2 Ittti it tnw tnwHdwam nw nwFletcher nwRisine
Hdwam Nelson noo 40 to lit1 UII lit st nw nwFJet nwFletcher
Fletcher FJet < lwr Lily IU 5 Ivy Iv City Ctt I I C CPihK 0Pield C CPildl
PihK Pildl Bite I bw 55 5 708 7O Grant ave v nw nwHeld I IUeld
Held Auut A t II r 11Mt lsnston w f n C OtH 016cc 1H 1nrk 1nrkHtwletvon lrkU1WIerJOp 1rklltiieron
Htwletvon William 67 1630 Ud it t nw nwHill owurn
Hill SlclMilJw 40 1rovWtnee Hospital HospitalUoorvr 1I00pltaUootr Hospitalhoover
hoover John 10 S So W 1 U S So i Sol Home D DO DOJMckWlI a aJuck 0 0JMckWil
JMckWlI Juck nn KaUinine H 61 1 1112 2 Oo bun n Av AvkpIaht Ave AveKnight A AKRlpt
Knight KilwuMl 1 d1Ird S5 5 Ml Kim KimMoron It ItI it itrusn
Moron cor rusn n Daniel 80 f t S s Naval v l hospital HoapitcL0Brien lIo hospitalOflrien pltURrien
I 0Brien John 1 H S month l molVhs h S1G 16 Va a aI are tt wrnnihl ttoConnclI
oConnclI I rnnihl nh lI John D W Govt ovt llospt IimneWnkiwy Inane IneI Inanelinkney
Wnkiwy I Maggie 1fa13ie14 24 MI 11th at w wScott IeItkw e ehider
hider IVilliaza man U I IN M JroYtcWm hospitAlScott hospitAl JJopttaLcott
Scott William K rrwdnuna 1rMl1lIU lJ hospital HewpiialSCkrlly Uo hospitalidctily pltal pltalkdy
SCkrlly MillUm 74 7 1 1fOJ 140 X > X 4 it t se seSolllvan cSullivan seSulhlvin
Solllvan Ellrn XV V 37 2U21 Kalonm l see nvoTnutnfti seeTownill v vTnUlDU
Tnutnfti JUIIUM liiii SluliT 2 145 Carroll 11 tt to K KTurner erurnrr sofinur
Turner fiNr JeorR 50155 K 17 1007 7 Jefferson It KVvft Itt itvolt
volt t John Jh F 00 0 2IM K It ItglIard nw nwVollordt nwuilerdt
Vollordt glIard TlicoOote 4J lut River foot 13th at st
ble to occur and Indeed may be looked lookedfoix lookeduAslde lookedon
foix on
onAside Aside fr trm rim jn what Leonard Leonai3i WOOdin Wood say sayin says saysIn
in above 1ibOvetUIIIS ifllagriun tlileram 1lm I do not not better l It Itpossible ttposslblo ftpossible
possible Oint tbttthere there the will bo any nY concerted con ctoncerted eoncerted ¬
certed opposition OPIKaIUOJl by by Moroa lI ro They The have haveno Itaeno haveno
no chief oC oCplGmlnence promlnoflca around whom whomthey whomthey whomthey
they could g athr tlnr they 1H are divided into intoverj8mell Intoer intovery
verj8mell very er innnll ftll eroupsXijommanded iroups mmanded by In Insignlflcant Inslsnlficant Insignificant
significant Vlattos ltittos ttos Intensely In o seh Jealous and andat andat andat
at general wi r with eath other otherNew othelNew otherNew
New Roads RoadsThe RoadsThe RoadsThe
The Moro act abolishing slavery and andestablishing nd ndoitablishing
establishing 9 a form of government governmentwholly governmentwholly governmentwholly
wholly at variance with what has ex existed exIsted axisted ¬
isted heretofore naturally has produced producedsome prol producedsome ctd ctdsome
some dissatisfaction but for the rea reasons reasons reasons ¬
sons Indicated I regard serious oppo opposition opposition oiiiiositlon ¬
sition as Improbable If not Impossible ImpossibleThe ImpOl8lbtetiThe impossibleThe
tiThe The Philippine Ph pplne Commission has ap appropriated APpoprlatsf acipropriatod ¬
propriated but out ut of the Congressional re relief Joe Joelief iehief ¬
lief fund 160000 l OOO to enable General Wood Woodto Woodto Voodto
to build bull roads ds through the Lake Lak Lanao Lanaoregion Lanaoregion Lannoregion
region regionHad regionhHad regionHad
hHad Had expected to visit vl it Moro prov province provInce provinca ¬
ince before this to make personal in inspection Ins insecthon ¬
spection s ecUon1 but have been deained detained bypress by bypress bypress
press of 01 of other matters matters80PP08ED mattorsfnUR mattersFOLili
fnUR DOGS UG8 KiLlEO KiLlEOSUPPOSED KILL KILLSPPU8ETO
SUPPOSED SPPU8ETO TO BE MBJD MBJDSunday RABID RABIDSunday IIABifiSunday
Sunday Proved Pr ved a Bad Day for Canines Caninesin C t1ines t1inesr t1inesin r
in Various Parts of the theCapital theCapital theCapital
Capital City CityFour CityFoUtnoftB CityFourfl0
Four FoUtnoftB Fourfl0 flogs supposed to be rabid were werekilled werekllied werehiRed
killed yast QS Ostarday rday by the tht th police pqtl The ac actions aCt aCttlonsdt astions ¬
tions tlonsdt cfifc dt the canines nloe were such as to toarouso toarousttsnsplc1ons toarouseSisploiOnS
arouso arousttsnsplc1ons arouseSisploiOnS suspicions and although no ana anawas nnewas no nowas
was seriously slJrl usly bitten by the animals it itwJtamed t twai44temed Itwid4emed
wJtamed best to shoot them then > before befonithey berorthay beforethsy
they bfecame me dangerous dangerousSouthwest dangerousSojtthwe dangerousSouthwest
Southwest t suffered from a scare caretor ye yetordtty yes yestercitoy
tordtty tor li whan a large black Newfound Kewfoundlanii NwtO Newfoundlanddog pd pdlani1
lani1 landdog lanii flog ot foaming at the mouth mouthSh and andShowing nd ndsh
Showing Sh WIng other signs of rabiefe rabuis ran up upand upa1Cldown upan
and a1Cldown an down Sixth Street In the vicinity of ofF ofP ofP
P and crStrets G Streets The doff do chased resi residents 1sI 1sIdontso iaIdents ¬
dents dontso of the section into their houses housesuttered houfoul houpeeuttmrs
uttered ul uttmrs red loud yelps eIP8 and moans rolled It ItWeoflshot its Itabl itsbloodshot
bloodshot bl o sltot eyes from side to side show showed shqw shqwed h w wed ¬
ed Its teeth and exhibited other symp symptom smlton1 syrn syrntools ¬
tom tools J Of ofth the mad do dog Policeman J JD1s B BDavis EDaYis
Davis of the Fourth preclnet station stationresponded IitaUonresponded stationresponded
responded to the cries for help and Idll Idlled lellIed kliled
ed the U dog The animal wore neithercollar neither neithercolter neithercollar
collar nor ir tag and the ae police do not notknew notkBew notknew
knew to whom he belonged belongedLater belonJedLat belonnedLater
Later Lat in the day Southeast had a lit litA lltUe littie
Ue care A terrier belonging longlnb to James Janteeof JaJllMIau JamesuiioI
au uiioI Sea of 702 G Street attracted at atby alten attenuon
ten tenuon by Its It strange conduct ins snap snapping 8n9pping p ping ¬
ping at everyone efe one It cim catme cime ndar and an tn tnpolite t tp the thepohiee <
polite p lfee Af the Fifth precinct were ere com comrmmleated cOmrinJnleated cnnnmn1catd
rmmleated with PoMceman Edwam Edwamwent Edwartiswent Mwardi Mwardiwent
went to the house and killed the dog dogA 00A dogA
A handsome and ome collie belonging to G GY GY GY
Y Carpenter of 26 6 K Street north northwest 1IOlthwee northwest ¬
west wee was wa the next to o excite simpleton simpletonConAned lIWpltlonConnned suspicionCondned
ConAned Condned in the back bar yard ard of its mas masters M811tters misters
ters house e the dog yelped and moaned moanedas
as though it was mad and frothed at atthe atthe atthe
the mouth as well n Crossing Cro Policeman PolicemanVictor PoUc PolicemanVictor man manVictor
Victor Rowe killed the animalThe animal animalThe animalThe
The fourth dog was killed by Police Policeman Policman Polleeman ¬
man Connors of the th Eighth precinct precinctIn
In the afternoon James Dunn fourteen fourteenyears rourteenyears fourteenyears
years old of 4HV4 41H R Street northwest northweetwas northveetwu northwestwas
was bitten on the finger by a terrier terrierThe terrierThe terrierThe
The mother of the boy became alarmed alarmedand alrraedand a1nnedand
and requested Policeman Connors to
destroy the AnImalThe
The four bodies were sent to the thepound t1Mpound thepound
pound where they will be examined e 9mined amlned to toascertain toa toascertain
a ascertain whether the dogs were Vi ore afflict afflicted afflicted afflicted ¬
ed with rabies noblesPAAA rabiesDOLLARS rablePANAMA
PANAMA TO T HAVE HAVEDOLLARS IIAVEULLA
DOLLARS ULLA OF HER HERPlans ER OWN OWNPlans M MPlans
Plans Under Way to Have Subsidiary SubsidiaryCoin Subsia SubsidiaryCoin ary aryCoin
Coin Minted in the United States StatesTwo StatesTw StatesTw
Two Tw to One Standard StandardPanama StandardPanama StandardPanama
Panama will issue her own ow coins t3 h They Theywill They Theywill Theywill
will correspond to the eonanta coined coinedfor coinedtor coinedfor
for use in the Philippines The Th coin will willbe willbe 1 1be
be called calk a dollar and two of them pass passfor pa passor 8 8ror
for or our gold dollar It is probable that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the coining will 111 be done fn the United UnitedStates UnitedState UnitedStatei
States at the San Prancisco Prancl mint The ThePanama ThePanama ThePanama
Panama Legislature has provided for the thecoinage UldctllllaJe thecoinage
coinage of subsidiary currency to the theamount themount tn tnmouflt
amount of about 1400000 The Colom Colombian Colomblan Colomblan ¬
blan silver now current on the th isthmus isthmuswill isthmuswill
will 111 be melted down and reeoined reeoinedInasmuch recoinedInamuch recolnedInasmuch
Inasmuch as a the wages wac paid out by bythis bythis
this Us Government to workmen on the thecanal thecanal thecanal
canal will probably form the principal principalmoney principalmont principalmoney
money mont > y In exchange it has been suggest suggested suggested suggested ¬
ed that to avoid confusion contu lon the United UnitedStates UnitedStates
States should employ the same kind of ofthe otmon ofmoney
mon money y on the Itbmu f AS I Is coined by bythe bythe
the Panamans Panam themselves themselvesCOLONEL themHlvuCOLONEL themselvesCOLONEL
COLONEL BINGHAM RALLIES RALLIESAND RALLIESAND RALLIESAND
AND MAY NOW NO V RECOVER RECOVERBUFFALO RECOVERBtFFALO RECOVERBUFFALO
BUFFALO N Y May fay 28 ftCo1 23Cd Col The Theodore Theodore Theodore ¬
odore A Bingham has rallied from the theamputation thdamputa theamputation
amputation amputa lion of his left leg legSurgeons le leSu legSurgeons
Surgeons Su eonl are hopeful of his hi recovery recoveryCLEVER recovel recovelCLEVER recoveryCLEVERDOCTOI
CLEVER CLEVERDOCTOI CLEVERDOCTOICured DOCTOR DOCTORCured DOCTORCured
Cured a 20 Years Trouble Without Any AnyMedicine AnyMedicine AnyMedicine
Medicine MedicineA
A wise wI Indiana physician cured curedO curedOrears 20 20years 20years
years stomach disease without any an med me ¬ i
icine aa aahuapati his hi patient tells
I had stomach trouble for 20 yearstried years yearstried years yearstried
tried allopathic medicines patent tent medi medicines niedicmos l ldn ¬
cines dn and all the simple remedies sag sagthe BUgXNted suggested
XNted by m my friends but grew WOrM all allthe allthe
the time timeFinally timelIn timeFinally
Finally lIn Jly a doctor who Is I the th most mostprominent m06tprominent mostprominent
prominent physician in this part of the theState tJteStAte theState
State told me medicine would flo d me no nogood nogood nogood
good only Irritating Irrltlttln my stomach and andmaking Nulmaking andmaking
making It worse that mi I must look to todiet todiet todiet
diet and quit drinking coffee
I cried out In alarm Quit drinking drinkingcoffee drinkingeotree drinkingcoffee
coffee why whl What will I drlnkr drink
Try isostinir Ioatum said the doctor 4I 4Idrink I Idnnk 1drink
drink it and you will like Jlkelt U when It in inmade Imade ismade
made according a ordlng to direction witl witlcream wltlcream witlcream
cream for it is delicious and hits none noneof noneof 310110of
of the the he bad effects e tcts coffee ha hu huVena hasWell
Well Vena that was two years ago so and I Iam Iam Isin
am still drinking Postum My ry stomach stomachis toJ ach
is 1 right rl ht again and I know doctor hit the thenail thtnail thenail >
nail on the head when he h decided coffee coffeewas cbftHwas coffeewas
was the cause of all my trouble tt1 trtiuble uble I opl oplNever oOlY oOlYIah opirwish
wish Iah I had qUlt1t quit it years ab and d dratk dratkFostum k kP
P Fostum Lum In llH place Namflslven Name given b bPCJ8tum by
PCJ8tum Co Battle Creel lUch
Never Nev r too late to mend Ten day daywonders 11 lays laystrial 1 1trial
trial or POMtum In plAce of coffee work workwomters workswonders
wonders Theres a reason reasonLook re880nLook reasonLook
Look in each pkg for the famous little littlebook littlebok littlebook
book The Itoad lIon to Wellvllle WellvllleWorlds WeilvilieWorlds VenvilleWorldil
Worlds Fair exhibit e hlblt Space 103 Agri Agricultural A Agricultural I Icultural ¬
cultural Building
REV ASA S FISK FISKE FISKERESIGNS II
RESIGNS CHARGE CHARGEWould CHARGEWould
Would Retire From GUll Gunton Grunton GUlltOll
ton Temple Church ChurchFLOCK ChurchFLOCK ChurchFLOCK
FLOCK DID NOT INCREASE INCREASEDistinguished INCREASEDistinguished INCFEASEDistinguished
Distinguished Presbyterian MinisterDiscouriged Minister MinisterDiscouraged MinisterDiscousged
Discouraged by Record of His HisWashington HisWa3hington HisI HisWashington
Washington Labors LaborsMembers LaborsMembers LaborsMembers
I
Members of the congregation CCn reeat10n of the theGunton th thaoton theGunton
Gunton Temple Manorial Presbyterian PresbytorlanChurch Presby PresbyterianChurch tori an anChurch
Church were wer we very mueh surprised yes yesterday ye yeterds cS cStertlay ¬
terday terds when wl en at the conclusion of his his8fmon hisf1rnon hissetsInon
8fmon the Rev ne Asa S Flske D D Dtendered Dtendered Dtendered
tendered his resignation r lgnatlon as pastor and andasked and andaaked andasked
asked that a meeting of the thecongrega thecongregalion thecongregation congrega congregation ¬
tion appoint a committee to join him In Inasking Inking inasking
asking king the th presbytery to dissolve the therelationship therelatlolHlNp therelationship
relationship existing between him and andGunton andGunton I IGunton
Gunton Temple Church Dr Flske Fiskere Fiskerequested re requested ¬ I Iquested
quested his hI resignation take effect Sep September SliP SliPtember Soptember ¬
tember 119W 119WThis 1 1901 1901This 1904This
This act on the part of Dr Fiske Fiskewho FIskewho Fiskewho
who Is considered one of tne ablest mem members members mernbern ¬
bers of a the Washington presbytery is isdue IJdue isdue
due it is understood to the discourage discouragement dlsouragement discouragement ¬
ment he feels eels at the lack of growth of ofhis ofhis ofhis
his church There has been a falling oft oftIn ofIn offin
In the congregation of Gunton Temple TempleMemorial TemplellemoriAI TempleMemorial
Memorial recently recentlyThis recentlyThIs recentlyThis
This is l due in part to the fact that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the congregation is largely composed composedof
of young oung people Dr Fiske Is an elder elderly elderly oldenly ¬
ly man between clxty and seventy years yearsof yearsof oars oarsof
of age and It Is believed that he and andthe andthe andthe
the younger element of Ills hIs congrega congregation congreb11Uon congregation ¬
tion have not always been In closest closntsympathy closestsympathy clostq5t8U1pathy
sympathy sympathyThis 8U1pathyThis sympathyThis
This led to a a feeling on his part that thathe thatle thathe
he le would better give up and let the thecongregation thecongregation i
congregation choose a man mana a younger youngerman youngerman oungerman
man perhaps perhaWwho whose e ideas would be bemore bemore bemore
more In conformity with theirs It Is Isnot isnot isnot
not known whether Dr FIskes retire retirement retirement retirement ¬
ment from Gunton Memorial means his hisretirement hisretirement hisretirement
retirement from active work as a pas pastor vastOI peator ¬
tor or whether he will take up work workin workIn workIn
in another church churchILL churehWILL church1LL
ILL 1LL FIGHT AUUICKSAT ADD1CKS ADD1CKSSenator
AT ATTE TH E CONVENTION CONVENTIONSenator ONETIO ONETIOSenator
Senator Ball Makes Announcement o oMore of of1ttore ofMore
More Political Warfare in Dela Delaware DelawareGone BelawareGone ¬
ware wareGone Gone Democratic DemocraticWe DemocraticWe DemocraticWe
We feel confident of recognition at atChicago ntChlea atChicago
Chicago Chlea O said Senator Ball of Delaware Datawareat
at the White House today toda The Ad Addicks Ad41c1 Addicks
dicks 8 men will send a delegation to the theconvention theconnUOn theconvention
convention and I will head another The Thematter Thematter Thematter
matter will coma up for settlement be before be betore betore ¬
tore the committee committeeSenator committeeSenatOt committeeSenator >
Senator Ball was an early caller and andheld andeld andeid
held eld a long conference with 1th the Presi President PresIdent Prosdent ¬
dent but stated that a private matter matterwas matterWas matterwas
was the object of his visit visitSenator visitSenator visitSenator
Senator Ball has the unique position positionof
of holding a Republican seat from a adistrict adlatrlct adistrict
district that recently went Democratic Democraticthough DemQcratfcthough Demqcraticthough
though the vote ote Is being contested contestedItTs contestedIts contestedIts
Its Sqmebodys Sqmcbo ys Why Not Yours YoursThat YoursThat YoursThat
That thousanddollar first finit prize for forsending Corndlng forsonding
sending ndlng in the best estimate In The Th
Times election contest Is somebodys soznebod soznebodVh
Why Vh dont you ou try to be that some som somozxcy
iKfy f
J WILLIAM VI LLIAM LEE LEEUNDERTAKER LEEtJ LEEUDERTA1CER
UNDERTAKER tJ DHRTAltER AND D LIVJIRY LIVJIRY3t LlJRYPenn
3t 3 Penn Ave N N W Washington D COIL C COH CDP
OH OIL R B LEONARD LEONARDDENTIST LEONARDDJTIST LEONARDDENTIST
DENTIST DENTISTSPECIALISTCROWN DJTISTSPECIALlSTCHOrm DENTISTSPECIALiSTcRovju
SPECIALISTCROWN AND BRIDGE WORK WORKUodorate
rodcrate kr Uodorate oierste Prices PricesWASHINGTON PricesWasiilNclroy
WASHINGTON DENTAL PARLORS PAULona7th PARLOns7th PARLORS7th
7th and E Sts N NAUCTION W WAUCTION WAUCTION
AUCTION SALES SALESTHOS SALESTHOS SALESTHOS
THOS J OWEN O YE SOX Auctioneers AuctioneersTRUSTIES AuctioneersTRCSTJIES AuctioneersTRLSTXISS
TRUSTIES SALE SALEOF OF TWOSTORY TWOSTORYFRAME TWOSTORYFRAME TWOSTORYFRAME
FRAME HOUSE No 1123 TWENTY TWENTYTHIRD TWENTYTHIRD TWENTYTHIRD
THIRD STREET NORTHWEST and andGOOD andGOOD andGOOD
GOOD LOT LOTBy LOTBy I IBy
By virtue vfrt of two deeds of trust dated datedAugust datedAugu datedAugust
August Augu > t M I ISiS and September 4 1S95 IS 1919t
18 1902 19t and quitclaim deed dated Febru February February Februany ¬
ary 12 199S and recorded among the theland theland theland
land records of the District of Columbia Columbiain
in Liber 2801 folio 406 ot aeq Liber LlbertJ8I LiberZ4
2684 folio 410 et seq and Liber 20M 20Mfolio 2 2folio 0911
folio 481 et seq and fld at the request of ofthe orthe ofthe
the holder of tho notes secured thereby therebywe thereb30wt
we > the undersigned trustees will sell sellies sellat sellat
at public auction In front or the prom premI promlies
lies I on THURSDAY the SECOND DAY DAYOF DAlOF DAYOF
OF JUNE A A D HUM at S OCLOCK OCLOCKP
P M I the th followingdescribed land and andpremises andpreml andpremIses
premises preml situate in the city cJt of Wash Washington VashIngton ¬
ington esb District bbstnict Istrlct of o Columbia namely
The south twentytwo 22 feet live t6 t6Inche 5 5inches 5Inch
Inch Inche inches fronting on Twentythird Street Streetnorthwest StreetnortJJwest Streetnorthwest
northwest by b the depth of one hundred hundredand hundredand hundredand
and twentytwo 12S l feet cet two and one onehalf onehalf onehalf
half 2 3 Inches running west to a athirtyfoot athlrtfoot athirtyfoot
thirtyfoot alley of original lot num numbered numbered nurnbared ¬
bered twenty twent SO In square numberedthirtyseven numbered numberedthirtyseven numberedthfrtBeven
thirtyseven 37 together togeth r with the Im Improvements Improvements Improvements ¬
provements consisting of a twostory twostoryframe lwost01Yfnune twostorymine
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per annum payable semiannually semlannua1J and andsecured andHCured andsecured
secured by b deed of trust on the propertysold property propertysold propertId
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fifteen days d ys from date of sale the trus trustees trU trUtees trustees ¬
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