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ertonightandtomorr er tonight torsi ht and tomorrow tomorrow tomorrowNUMBER w a tugton tme ForWashingtonPeople ForWashingtonPeoplerUMBER For j Washington People PeoplePRICE PeopleNUMBER
Spends SpendsAbout Day in Riding RidingAbout RidingAbout
About and an ndSeeing ndSeeingSights Seeing SeeingSights S g gSights
Sights SightsA
Makes Formal Call Upon tht thePresident thtPresidentCordially thtPresidentCordially
President PresidentCordially PresidentCordiallyReceived PresidentCordiallyReceived Cordially CordiallyReceived
Received ReceivedThe I
Tho Rt Hon and Most Rov ThomaRandall Thomasnandall Thomas IhomaaRandall
Randall Davidson Archbishop of Can Canterbury Canterbury Canterbury ¬
terbury and primate of all England is isseeing isseeIng isseeing
seeing the sights of the National Cap Capital Capital Capital ¬
ital today todayThe toda todaThe todayThe
The special train bearing the archbish archbishop archbishop archbl8hop ¬
op and Mrs Davidson his chaplain chaplainCanon cbaplalnlCanon obaplainsCanon
Canon Ellison and the Rev Mr Holden HoldenJ
J Plerpont Morgan and Bishop and andMrs andMrs I IMrs
Mrs Doane of New York reached the thePennsylvania thePennsrlvRll thePennsylvarla
Pennsylvania Railroad station about aboutmidnight aboutmidnight
midnight and was sidetracked until untilmorning untilmornIng untilmorning I
morning morningAt
At 730 oclock Dr Devries of St StMarks Stllarks StMarks
Marks and W V H I Itng
Singleton representing represent representing repr qont ¬
ing Bishop Satterlee reached the station stationto
to escort the distinguished guests to the thebishops theblshops thelashops
bishops residence None of the party partywas partywas partywas
was up at that hour and it was nearly nearlyS
8 839 oclock before the carriages left the thedepot thedtpot thedepot
depot The archbishops party was wasdriven wasdrhcn wasdriven
driven at once to Bishop Satcrlees Satcrleeshome Sa Satterleoshome tcrleos tcrleos110mt
home > > 1447 Massachusetts Avenue while whileMr whaleMr whtleMr
Mr Morgan and Bishop und 1nJ11trs Mrs Doane Doanewtnt DoaneWfnt Doanewent
went to the Arlington Hotel HotelAfter HotelAtter HotelAfter
After the guests had rested a few min minttca mlnt8 minttes
ttca t8 breakfast was served and a special specialservice 8poofalservice speolalservice
service of thanksgiving for the visitors visitorsprovidential visitorsprovidential visitorsprovidential
providential escape from death in the ac accident aoIdnt nocident ¬
cident < Idnt yesterday was hold in th th4blsh th4blshops thjblsh thjblshoP2f bish bishops
ops private chapel the Rev Drv Ik r De Devrlcs Deres Doirks
irks res conducting the ceremony ceremonySir ceremon ceremonSir ceremonySir
Sir Mortimer Calls CallsSir CallsSir CallsSir
Sir Mortimer Durand the British am ¬
bassador called soon after to pay his hisrespects hisrespects hisrespects
respects and while he was there Gen
George L Gillespie chief of engineers engineersarrived englnoorBarrived engineersarrived
arrived to accompany the party part to the
White House HouHoand and about the city cJt There Therewas Therewas Therewas
was an Imost continuous procession processionof
of florist flon tli wagons and messengers me engers bear bearIng
Ing boxes of blossoms during durIngrho The tnoing morn
lli ing and the lh house houebrot Of the bishop Diane Dianefloral wee weeson Ba Ba1IOO
1IOO son roes est1t1ruUJ dtMtc lttJlrtt U UfiorAl 7 ° ee eefloral
floral uflerligs sent the bishop and Hid Hidp hlslt hhir
p lt ted guests were from prominent per pars persuns persons ¬
s suns ns in society and official lift Ut IrresIff irre irrespective Irre8J1ftlve ¬
spective sIff ctlve of denomination denominationAt
At 1030 the carriages carrl ge in waiting were weresummoned weresummoned weresummoned
summoned and the archbishop and his hiswife hiswllt hiswife
wife acecmaanled accompanied acco manlecl by Bishop tehop Satterlee Sattorieccame Satterleecame Satterleecame
came out The Th archbishop was informed
by Bishop Satterlee that several news newspaper newspaper newspaper ¬
paper photographers desired to securehis secure secureMs tlocureIlls
Ms picture phtu and he posed very ery graciously graciouslyupon graciouslyupon graciouslyupon
upon the steps The primate is a aruddyfaced aruddyfaced aridapparently
ridapparently ruddyfaced fcdchubbychecked chubbycheeked gentleman gentlemanof gentlemansome
of apparently some sixty years ears and andwears andWf andwears
wears Wf > ars knee breeches silk flk stock stocking stockhgs stoekhgs ¬
ing hgs and a most wonderful silk hat hatTrie batTtlf hatThe
The hat ha t itself would not be at all re remarkable remarka remarkable ¬
markable marka hIe but for the ribbons that are areiooped arejoo arelooped
looped joo td and bowed from It la shiny crown crownMrs crown11r crownMrs
Mrs 11r Davidson Da vldtlon is I a motherlylooking lit little IIttit little ¬
tle > woman who 00 dresses drM e6 in quiet taste tasteand ta tasteand te teaud
and smiles smll cheerfully cheerfullyHis cbeeltulltHis cheerfuliyrHis
His Narrow Escape EscapeNone EscapeXone EscapeNone
None of the party with the exception exceptionof
of the porter of the car and the maid maidwas maidwas maidwas
was injured in the accident said id Bishop BishopSatterlee Bl BishopSatterlee hop hopSatter1
Satterlee Satter1 in discussing the narrow narrowrscape HarrowIsca narrowrscape
Isca rscape f > of o his 1at guests pe s from death upon uponthe uponUW uponthe
the train The maid suffered a very veryadly verybadly Iry Iry1Jadly
badly adly bruised face ta and the porters lip lipwax lipw lipwax
wax w cut The rest of the party were wereasleep wereaglp wereasleep
asleep and the jolt scarcely wakened wakenedthem wakenedthem wakenedIhfm
them themShortly IhfmShortly themShortly
Shortly after noon the archbishop was wasr wasrt wasrorted
r rorted < irted rt to the White House by the theIirlil theHrltbh theIiritlh
Iirlil Hrltbh > h ambassador and Bishop Satterlee Satter Satterlee satt r rIff ¬
lee where he was wa introduced to the thePresident thelrf theIresdent
President lrf > tcdent The presentation pn > ntatlon took place placein placeIn placein
in the President P tdentM offices in the west westwin westW westr westwing
win W wing of the building buildingFrom
From r the t White House the t archbiah archbiahopx nrehb arehbiahop lh lhOplC
opx op s party escvorted e cvorted by General Glllas Glllaspj 011188piE Gluespie
pj piE vent to the War Department where whereihe wherethe
the 1 hp distinguished dl tlogulhed prelate was presented presentedto
to Lieut L1 ut Gen O n Adna Chaffee the chief chiefof chieff chiefof
of f staff taft The two men chatted pleasant pleasantly ¬
J ly for a few moments momentsAfter mO momentslfter len18 len18Arter
After lead the War Var Department the thedistinguished thedJRtlnplhed thedistinguished
distinguished visitors e1 tors were driven buck buckt
t < > the resfcteBO r of Bishop Satterlee Satterleewhose 8alterl 8alterlwh Satterleewhose
whose wh < > guest gvN J tar are where w r they were weregivn weregin weregive
gin an Informal luncheon At this thisluncheon thisluncheon thisluncheon
luncheon w were re
The Guests GuestsSir GHostS5ir GuestsSir
Sir Mortimer Dttrnnd British ambas ambassador ambaOador ambassador ¬
sador to th the United Iled States General GeneraliTid Generalnd Generalnd
iTid nd Mm Ir OHIesple GIII le Mrs > > Hitchcock Mrs MrsContinued XraCohl1nnec1 7 Irs IrsContlnued
Continued on Second Page PageWEATHER PngeAJEATHER PageWEATHER
A disturbance that has moved rapidly rapidlycvtr rapidlyr rapidlyever
ever r the northern portion off of the country countryhas countryhas countryhas
has caused a a general < en aI and decided rise ri e in inr Intt Inthe
tt the > temperature from the e upper r Mlssis Mlsslsainpi 1 1Lliopl
Lliopl ValleY eastward d and also general generalshowers generalshowers
showers 1 showers > 1iowt > rs over the same am districts except exceptIn exceptIn exceptin
In the middle Atlantic States There Therewere Therewere Therewere
were lirht l 1k ht local showers in the interior interiorof
of f the West while hll In the Pacific Pa UIc State Stategeneral Stateigcmeral Statesneral
general neral rain rains continued Heavy rain ha haa hAIl hAIlaJn
ateain a aln fallen in California 3M Inches Incheshavinr Inahesla1n incheshaving
having la1n < < fallen at Red Bluff since Friday Fridayrhewfwill Fridaymrf Fridaymornings
mrf mornings morningsThee Thee rhewfwill w91n w91nbe be rain tonight igh and Sunday Sundayin Sunda SundaIn Stmay StmayIn
in New N w England i n the middle Atlantic AtlanticStates AtlantJcState ll llrain afltlc afltlcStates
States except the extreme reggion southern por portson nor norwill r rtlon
tson and In the lower lake relilon T There TherewnI here herewill
will b be rain tonight in the Ohio valley valleyfollowed valleyfollowed alle allefollowed
followed by partly cloudy weather Sun Sunbe Bunwm Sunday
day dayIt
It wm be warmer tonight In the Atlan Atlantic Atlantic Atlantic ¬
tic and e nest u t culf gulf Stats Stat as and cooler Sun Sunday Sunda Sunday
New Ne Netion NewDltJdaftd BmdndwJ the northern
day da in por portion perLoon ¬
tion of the mJc cJle ie Atlantic Athtnt Athtntlower States Stat the theday tholofter
lower lake e r reslOll ion a1 a 1 the Ohio Va1l Va1lTEMPERATURE Vaaio Vaaioey ey eyT1EMPEltATURlC
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12 I 2 9 1p noon1p a i p noon noon m i J JTH 77 77TH13 73
Sun sets tJ1 today todaySun 51i 51iFun a7 a7Bun
Sun rta rt rises e tomorrow tomorrowTIDE tmo itI itITIDE 611TIDE
Ixnvtide Low tld tide tod today to V j 311 s fp P w mHigh wHigh 11Hlgb
High Ud tide today tCJtr Y 7t 7 p Pni PniLow m mLow
Low gtv ti tide UrJ tmjrr temrr tem rrew w wUI 30 a m 241 s 4 p m mHleh m11Jgh mgh
11Jgh Hleh gh tide Ud t d4 tomorrow tOrd tonierrow814 rrow Su a m S3Q S p mZ m
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New York Interests Are AreNegotiating AreNegotiating AreNegotiating
Negotiating NegotiatingDEAL NegotiatingDEAL NegotiatingDEAL
May Indicate Intention to Consolidate ConsolidateInstitution ConsolidateInstitution ConsolidateInstitution
Institution with a Trust TrustCompany TrustCompany TrustCompany
Company CompanyNegotiations CompanyNegotiations CompanyNegotiations
Negotiations have been resumed look lookIng lookIng lookleg
Ing to the purchase of a controlling in interest Inter88t Interost ¬
terest in the Citizens National Bank BankTentative BankTentatlve BankTentative
Tentative propositions propo lUonlJ were made in inthis Inthis Inthis
this direction some time ago but Anally Anallyfailed ftnaUyfailed finallyfailed
failed bf conclusion because aWle certain con conditions condWellS conditions ¬
ditions could not nc be complied with withThe withThe 1th 1thThe
The negotiations now gO pending peDdln are con conducted conducted conducted ¬
ducted in Washington Va hlngton it i hi understood understoodon
on behalf of the same me New York in interests Intere Interests ¬
tere terests ts who were parties in the deal dealwhich dealwhich dealwhich
which resulted re ultod in the sale Ie dt the theTrader theTrade theTraders
Trader National Bank The matter matterhas matterhas matterhas
has not proceeded so far that the time timefor timefor timefor
for a final settlement can now be in indicated Indlcated indicated ¬
dicated but it IB I believed that a con consummation conHummaUon consummation ¬
summation may be looked for within a afortnight afortnight afortnight
fortnight fortnightThe fortnightTh fortnightThe
The Th stock of the Citizen National NationalBank NationalBank NationalBank
Bank ha hAM been fairly actively bid for on onthe onthe onthe
the local exchange of late the bid price priceoscillating priceo priceoscillating can canbe
oscillating o between WO SoH und und46 346 It can cangood eanbe
be state tated upon what Ia believed to be beSood begood
good authority that the pending negotia negotiations netCotlatio negotiations ¬
tions tio if concluded will b on the boats boatsof bestsof te teo
of o about J W per r share shareThe sharerhe shareThe
The prospective ective transfer tran ter of ofli control controlling controltrag ¬
ling li Interests intercut Intere 18 in the Citizen National NationalBunk NaUonalBank National
Bank Bunk revive Interest in the rumor rumorwhich rumorwhich rumorwhich
which hat been circulating for sonic sonictime 80mctime sometime
time that thi this transaction tra ctlon i ItJ but a step stepping ateppin stepag ¬
ping pin ag atone tone to one of larger importance importanceWhen ImportanceVhen importanceWhen
When Vhen the former attempt was wa made madeto madetp
1 to buy thi this bank it w was stated that thata
a community of interest Inter ta between bet it itami Itand itand
and a leading trust company would wouldprobably wouldprobably wouldprobably
probably probablythat thatestablished be established It i Is now nowthought nowthought nowt
thought that t such an arrangement 1 1more Imore Is Ismore
more than likely to follow if the CHI CHIaens Cftlan Citiaene
aens an Bank i fa brought under new con control control control ¬
trol trolIRiSH
CHICAGO Sept tt 34To To an audience audienceof
of his h countrymen that filled every seat seatIn seatIn t tIn
In th the Auditorium John E Redmond RedmondIrish RedmondIrl RedmondIrish
Irish Irl h Nationalist Natlon Uet uttered this th warning warningOur warnlnlOur warningOur
Our race i 18 slipping from it its mooring mooringIt moorillpIt
It is 1 dying If we are passive and Inc inactive IncUve macfive ¬
five Ireland will HI cease C to b be the homo homoof homflot homeof
of the Celt That at there are more old oldmen oldmen oldmen
men and little children and fewer young youngmen yountmon youngmen
men and women in that island than in inany Inany Inany
any other can only be warded ward alt by b act acting ActIng actIng ¬
ing in the living present W we Ve must not notneglect notneglect notnegiect
neglect our opportunity opportunityThen opportunityThen opportunityThen
Then he made this prediction predictionWw predictionV
Ww V shall hall seize our opportunities Be Before Berore Before ¬
fore the oldest man in this thl audience is isdead 18d884 isdead
dead Ireland will have won a good meas measure meaaure measure ¬
ure of selfgovernment selfgovernmentResolutions selfgovernmentResolutions eltgovernmentRMOlution
Resolutions were adopted declaring declaringth declarinKthttt declaringthat
th thttt t the certain fixed and positive p < IUyo de demand denuuuJ demand ¬
mand of the Irish Irl h people Is and forever forevershall forevcrhall forevershall
shall hall be home rule for Ireland Ireland1S Ireland j
125 to Baltimore and Return ReturnVia ReturnVIa ReturnVia
Via Pennsylvania Penn ylvanla Railroad tickets soldevery sold soldevery IfOldOory
every Saturday and Sunday good goodWmlng d re returning raWrnln ¬
Wrnln turning until Sunday night All trains trainsexcept trainsexcept trainsexcept
except except Congressional Con oslonal Limited LlndtedAdv Adv
Petition Requesting Requ sting President to Assemble Assemblea AssembleaJ
a aJ New ew Congress of Nations Presented at atthe atthe atthe
the White House Ho e by Union
President Pre cient Roosevelt received r ed a dUn dtetlnjrutahed dUnhed dietingd
jrutahed hed company of peace p HIItce c advocates advocatesin aclvocateIn
in the East Room of the White House at atM atZJe
ZJe M tills afternoon afternoonOne afternoonOne fLerDOOftORe
One hundred and twenty delegates delegatesfrom delegatesrrom delegatesfrom
from European parliaments headed by byRepresentative byRepresentative byRepresentative
Representative Bartholdt president pre ldent of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Interparliamentary Peace Union Unionthronged Unionthron Unionthronged
thron thronged ed the East Ea t RoomOne Room RoomOn ltoomOne
On One of the memorable event vent in th thhistory thhltJtory thhistory
history of the world peace movement movementoccurred movementoccurred i iooeurred
occurred when Jt Henri Gobart of ofSwitzerland orl5wltrerland ofSwitzerland
Switzerland acting on b behalf imlf of the theunion theunion I
union as a general nerml secretary presented presentedto preae te teto
to the th President PrHld t of the United States Statesa
a R resolution in which hlch the President Presidentis Pre klent klentIs
is called upon to advocate a world con conference conference conference ¬
ference for or the consideration of uni universal universal universal ¬
versal peace peaceTli peaceThere peaceThere
Tli There r w were re many ladies In the party partyas partya partyas
as a well as the delegates de te8 Mrs ROOM Roosevelt ROOMvelt Reesevelt ¬
velt was 1 present with th the Executive to toreceive toreeeive toreceive
receive reeeive them
themThe The Resolution ResolutionThe RBHIutionThe ResolutionThe
The resolution re olutlon presented by M Go Gobart Go1Mlrt Gohart ¬
bart follows followsWhereas followsWhereas followsWhereas
Whereas enlightened enU htone1 public opinionand opinion opinionand opinionand
and the spirit of modern civilization civilizationalike chlIIzatlonUke civilizationalike
alike Uke demand that controversies controverf be between between between ¬
tween nations be settled in the sane sememanner sc sanemanner me memanner
manner as disputes between 1 > etween individuals individualsare
are settled that Is by the Judgment of ofcourts oCcOtlrtIJ ofcourts
courts in accordance with recognized recognizedprinciple recornlzedprlnclple recognizedprinciples
principle of nf law lawI la laI lawThis
I This ThS conference requests that the theseveral theI theseveral
I several governments of the world send senddelegates senddelegates
I delegates to an international In rnatlonal conference conferenceto
to be convened at a time and place to tobe tobe tobe
be agreed upon by them for the consideration con consideration consfderaUon ¬
sideration of r the following questions que questionsl tlon tlonI
1 Questions for the consideration considerationof
of which the conference at The Hague Hagueexpressed Hagueexpreled Hagueexpreeed
expressed the wish that a future con conference conferenc conferencp ¬
ference ferencp b be called
2 The negotiation of arbitration arbitrationtreaties arbitrationtreatle arbitrationtreaties
treaties between the nations represented representedat
at the conference to be oonvened
3 The advisability advl ablllty of creating a a con congress congree congresa ¬
gress gree of nation to convene periodic periodically perIodically periodicaify ¬
ally for the discussion of international internationalquestions InternationalqUe8Uons internationalquestions
questions questionsAnd questionsAnd I IAnd
And respectfully re pectrully and cordially re requests reI rec ¬
quests que c rests ta the President of the United Unitedrepresentatives UnitedStat
I Stat States to Invite all the nations to send sendrepreMntaUve sendrepresentatives
representatives to such a conference conferenceBartholdta conterenctButholdts conferenceBartholdts
Bartholdta Address AddressMr AddroasWr AddressMr
Mr Bartholdt presented pre ent the delegates delegatesto
to the President Pre ent He said saidMr saidMr 141 141Xr
Mr President I have the honor as aspresident aspresident
president of the Interparliamentary InterparliamentaryUnion lnterparllamentarUnion
Union to present to you the delegates delegatesof dele < < ate ateot
of that organisation who have attended attendedthe attendedthe attendedthe
the twelfth conference for the promo promotion promotlon promoLion ¬
Lion of international Internatio al abltratlon recently recentlyheld recentlyheld recentlyheld
held at St Louis the first of Its kind kindin kindIn kindin
in the United States and who are now nowi nowabout nowabout
i about to return to their European homes homestry homCRAner homesafter
after a tour of Bart art or our great chain oountry chaintry
try which they tbe have made as a guests guestsot guH guHo guestsoG
ot o the nation and upon upo the special in invitation Inltatton invitation ¬
vitation of the Congress Oott r of the United UnitedStatos UnltoiStalo8 UnitedState
Statos StatosFourteen Stalo8Fourteen State StateFourteen
Fourteen different countries of Eu ¬
< i I IZ
rope and including the American Coja Cojagrees COJgrOSfl Co Cogross Z
gross fifteen tlfte parliaments of the work workars worklare worldare
are represented here by actual bearers bearersof bearersof ers ersor
of mandates from the people to pay paytheir pliytheir paytheir
their respects r spects to you sir and to ad advise adylse advise ¬
vise you 00 of the purpose of their noble noblemission noblemiNion noblemission
mission miNionI
I All Legislators LegislatorsThe
Th The Interparliamentary Intrrp rllamentar Union which whichthey whIchthey whichthey
they represent repr ent 1 is composed of memhers membersof
of 0 national legislative leg Jlative bodies who 00 believe believethat beUeethat believethat
that peace between the severe nations is isjust IsjU8t isjust
just as desirable as peace between indi individual IndivIdual individuals ¬
vidual of one and the same nation and andthat andtbat andthat
that peace can be secured and an I main maintained malntalne maintained ¬
tained talne by exactly eXHctl the same means meansnamely meannamely meansnamely
namely by arbitration They hold in inother Inother inother
other words that th t differences between betweennations betweonnaUons betweennations
nations can and should be settled by byth b bthe bythe
th the arbitrament of an international tri tribunal trlbunal tribunal ¬
bunal the same as differences between betweenIndividuals betweenIndlldual betweenindividuals
Individuals In all civilized countries > s are arenow areno arenoww
now no noww settled by b the arbitrament of local localcourts localcourts localcourts
courts courtsIf courtsIt courtsIf
If I were permitted on behalf of ofmy ormy ofmy
my colleagues colJe guu to further accentuate
this belief I would express it in this thisway thisway
way The necessity of social order requires re requires requires ¬
quires a citizen to bow to the adjudica ¬
tion of the differences with his neigh ¬
her by R court of law even when his hispersonal hisI hispersonal
personal person l honor Is Involved The mem ¬
I bers of this union contend that the In Interests InterCtits interests ¬
terests of civilization and humanity humanitywhould human humanityshould It ItI
should Impel each nation to do the same sameno sameno sameno
no matter what might be involved be beauye beaule beause
I auye moral morn an well as material rights rightswill rightswill rightswill
will much muchmore more safely be vindicated by bythe bythe bythe
the impartial verdict of applied justice justicethan justicethlln justicethan
than by the results of the passionate passionateand pR passionateand 8lomte 8lomteand
and often blind employment of physical physicalforce physicalCorce physicalforce
force What in I law for an individual individualshould Individualhould individualshould
should be law for a n nation nationReasons nationReasons nationReasons
Reasons for Growth GrowthOn GrowthOn GrowthOn
On this platform the Interparliamen Interparliamentary Intcrparltamentan ¬
tary Union h has s grown from a small smallgathering smnllathcrlnb smallgathering
gathering athcrlnb of wellmeanlnff welJmt > anlng friends of ar arbitration arbitration arbitration ¬
bitration to a powerful organization organlz tlon ex exortihg eXertlrig exorting
ortihg its influence In all parliaments of ofthe orthe ofthe
the civilized world the reason of its itsgrowth 118growth itsgrowth
growth being possibly that Its alms and andobjects andobjects andobjects
objects are right Thin Thl organization organizationlooks orgAnizatIonlooks organizationlooks
looks upon you ou Mr President as a afriend a
friend of Its cause nuse ever vcr since lnce you have haveby hav havI haveby
I by actual a performance recognized The TheHague TheHalU Theague
Hague HalU ague court and had referred to it the theVenezuela theVonezuola theVenezuela
Venezuela controversy controvers though you ou had hadyourself hadyourself
yourself been en asked to arbitrate arbitrateIt
It is now generally generall admitted that this thisyour thisyour thisyour
I your action together with the Pious Fund Fundprecedent Fundprecedent Fundprecedent
precedent which also occurred undery under underyour underyour
y your Administration ration saved the life of ofthat ofthat ofthat
that great International tribunal The TheAmerican TheAmerican TheAmerican
American people being committed by bythese byth9lle bythese
these and by many other precedents to tothe tothe tothe
the principles principles of International arbitra arbitration arbitration arbitration ¬
tion it t Is the belief of those present presentthat presentthRt presentthat
that the th people Irrespective Irr08 ltlve of party partywould partywould partywould
would applaud < 1 your fOUr taking the Initiative InitiativeIn
In the convening of a second secon conference conferenceof contt > rence renceoC
of governments which we hope and andtrust AmItru andtrust
trust tru t would result In the completion of ofthe atthe ofthe
the work begun at The Hague In the thenegotiation thenegotiation thenegotiation
negotiation of further arbitration treat treaties tr treaties t tJell ¬
ies and in the establishment of an In InContlnued InContinued inContinued
Continued on Third Page PageWinemans Pageinemans PageWinemans
Winemans inemans Brown Suits SuitsgI4 914 F FAdv FAdv FAdv
Adv Adv
Six Cases of Typhoid Nowat Now Nowat Nowat T
at the ItistitutionKEPT Institution InstitutionKEPT InstitutionKEPT
Peculiar Actions of THose in Authority AuthorityRevealed AuthorityRevealed AuthorityRevealed
Revealed by the Preliminary PreliminaryInvestigation PreliminaryInvestigation PreliminaryInvestigation
Investigation Made MadeAt MadeAt MadeAt
At the Industrial Home School near nearthe neerthe nearthe
the Naval Observatory ObMntor where about IN INchildren 1Mchildren INchildren
children are fared for an outbreak of oftyphoid ortJPhold oftyphoid
typhoid fever which threatens to be bewidespread bewlde bewidespread
widespread wlde pread among the children is I raging ragingunder ragl raglunder ragingunder
under peculiar circumstances circumstancesThe
The first Indication of such a condition conditionof
of affairs was given this thl morning when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the Health Department received from fromDr tromDr fromDr
Dr J T R Appleby reports of six cases casesof ca casesof es esor
of the disease among children between betweenthe betweenthe betweenthe
the ages of ton and thirteen years yearsDr yearsDr ears earsDr
Dr W C Walsh of the Health He lth Department De Department Department ¬
partment report that six other chil children children children ¬
dren are sick at t the school with fever feverof reverof feverof
of a mild type typeThe typeThe typeThe
The children stricken with typhoid are areU aroV1 areIJ
U V1 M Raley Earl Liehl Newton Loring LorlngJoseph LoringJ08eph LoringJoseph
Joseph Abizald James Coyle and May MavStuher MayStuher
Stuher They arcall kept at the school schooland school schooland chooIand
and are receiving the best medical at attention attention attention ¬
Slow in Reporting ReportingA
A peculiar feature of the affair is that thatit tbatIt thatit
it was asserted at the school this after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon that the first cane was discovered discoveredthere dlscooredthere discoveredthere
there a month ago although the records recordsof recordsot recordsof
of the Health Department do not show showthat showthat showthat
that it was reported before this morn morning mornIng mornlug ¬
ing The law requires the attending physician phy physician physician ¬
sician to report every typhoid t phold case that thatcomes thtcome thatcomes
comes under his observation within withinfortyeight withintortyelht withinfortyeight
fortyeight aours after he has dteoov dteoovAI dl disoovcred oov oovcrad
crad it itA it itu
AI A was also asserted that one of the thesix thesix thesix
six cases reported today Is convalescent convalescenttwo convaleseenttwo convalescenttwo
two others however howcv r being in a serious seriouscondition serloucondition seriouscondition
condition conditionOfficials conditionOf conditionOfficials
Officials Of clals of the Health Department Departmentiy
MY iy that nine days ago Charles CharlesSklnntr WSkinner W WSkinner
Skinner superintendent of the institu institution Instlttlon n ¬
i wheer wh h
tlon took them a bottle bottlehe of water which whichhe whichhe
he wanted analyzed saying it was from fromfound troma
a spring on the school grounds It was wasfound wasfound
found to be contaminated contaminateOffice and the Health HealthOrUce HealthOf0ce
Office warned the school authorities to tokeep tokeep tokeep
keep the children from drinking the thespring theprlng thespring
spring water waterGave walfrGave waterGave
Gave Up Spring Water WaterSince WaterSince WaterSince
Since that time say s the school au authorities authorities anthorltfes ¬
thorities the children have ha been drinking drink drinking drlnkmg ¬
ing boiled Potomac water That how however howaver however ¬
ever has continued only eight days daysThe daysThe daysThe
The Health Department Dep rtment heard this thisafternoon thl thlafternoon thisafternoon
afternoon through newspaper men that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the disease was said to have been at atthe atthe atthe
the school for a month An inspector inspectorwas In inspectorwas pector pectorwas
was immediately detailed to find out outthe outthe outthe
the true state of affairs at the school schoolThe schoolThe schoolThe
The authorities had thought that the thecases th thi thecases
i C cases SCS of typhoid had been reported as assoon assoon assoon
soon as discovered discoveredThey discoveredThey
I They said this afternoon the disease diseasemight diseaseI diseasemight
I might not b be due to the spring ing although althoughit
it Ts Is situated sltuRt < > d below the Doilw room of ofthe orthe ofthe
the institution The sample they an analyzed anslzed analyzed ¬
alyzed was brought to them in a preserve pre preserve prelene ¬
serve jar which was not thoroughly thoroughlycleansed thoroughlycleanR4d thoroughlycleansed
cleansed and In this way it was not a afair afall afair
fair sample wtmpleInvestigation
Investigation i Is now being made into intoevery into8fr intoevery
every 8fr phase phs of the surprising situation situationFlynns sltuaUonI situationFlynns
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Atlvt All 1
Japanese panese Drive rive Enemy nom Northward Nor NorthwardRe NorthwardRetreatrnt hYardRe hYardRetr Re Retreating ¬
treating tr ating Forces Are re Concentrating at Tie TiePass TieIass to toPass
Pass Where Next eat Battle Will 111 Occur OccurUNABLE OccurUNABLE ccu ccuUNABLE
General Linevitch lnevltc Ordered to Harbin ar 1n Japs JapsGain J as asGain ps psGain
Gain Important morten t Posts at Port Arthur Arthurin Arthtirin Ar Arin thfr 1 <
in Heavy Artillery Fight FightBERLIN FightBERLIN i iBERLINSept
BERLIN BERLINSept Sept 24 24The The Tokyo correspondent of the thefa f Tageblatt Tageblattreports eblatt eblattreloits blattJ blattJrePorts
reports that Field Marshal Oyama ma is driving the RusE Russians RussiQnSll inns at Mukdennorthward Mukden Mukdennorthward Mukden MukdennOrthward
northward and has succeeded in turning Kuropatkin Kuropa in on onbofl troth funks funksJapanese flanks flanksJapanese fl1JnksJapanese +
Japanese cavalry patrols the correspondent says have reached the thevicinity thevicinity thevicinity
vicinity of Tie Pass PassV PassThe PassYp
V The Mukden correspondent of the same paper l r confirms the tb re report reportthatTth reportthat Port Portthaith
thatTth that t fth Russian flanks have been en n turned in a battle near Mukden MukdenIt
It has become impossible he says for Kuropatkin Kuropat n to make any anyserious anyserious anyserious
serious attempt to hold Mukden hlukdenThe MukdenThe MukdenTh
The Th Russian Ru ian army is is concentrating at Tie Pass ParsORDERED PassORDERED Vv VvORDERED
LONDON Sept 24 4 The the St Petersburg correspondent corres nt of the thep thei
EWBfews p i ews ws wires that the orders ord rs issued to Lieut General Gen rnl Linevitch Linevitchj
j > 1 i iwrs
> rL wrs + axh gh hhis his force from Vladivostok toward Gensan Korea r and thus thusthreaten thusthreaten thusthreaten
threaten the the Japanese communications have been countermanded countermandedLinevitch countermandedLinevitch countermandedLinevitch
Linevitch is now now ordered to goto go to HarbinAP Harbin HarbinJAP HarbinlAP
CHEFOO CHEFOO Sept 24 24The The heaviest heavi bombardment since the land landattack landattack landattack
attack attack on Port Arthur began was opened on September 19 New Japaneseheavy Japa Japanese JapaneSeheavy
nese neSeheavy neseheavy heavy guns firing two shots a minute were trained on the iJ1efortifi iJ1efortificatiQns fortifi fortifications fortifications ¬
cations cationsSlight
1 1T
cationsfile file T be fig fighting hting lasted la e for plenty enYMur ur u and d J E 1 jd d b bya byactfOO arm armnhdeof
ctfOO T nhdeof aG f liilazr ri1 11 r1 iiercene er ness w1 h Sli1 fil t tSlight t tbr j jx
Slight gains by by the theJapanese Japanese are are t reported reportedPort iep reportedPort x rted rtedPort
Port Arthur Must Fall FallSo FallSo FallSo
So That Oyama May lYlayUiil lYlayUiilPoR1S Win WinPARIS
PARIS Sept 24 24A A dispatch from St Petersburg states that the Japanese Japanesewith Jap Japanesewith neee neee1th
with 1th that complete disregard for annihilation which has marked their fighting fightingthroughout fightlnt fightingthroughout
throughout t r ughout the war are now engaged at Port Arthur In the fiercest battle oC oCthe otthe ofthe
the campaignWhole campaign campaignWhole oompalgnhole
Whole hole battalions Are said Id to have been mowed moeddown down in int t the onslaught ons Bught or orblown orblown orblown
blown up by the subterranean s torranoan mines which hlch the Russians have ha planted pIB t along alongthe a10n a10nthe alongthe
the roads which the oCDaulting z JulUng army must pass passDemand pass passDemand passDemand
Demand for Surrender SurrenderROME SurrenderRO SurrenderR011E
ROME RO IE Sept M L According A Atalre to a telegram to the newspaper Italia Mlll Mllltaire MIIltalrc
taire from Ch Clwf Chafes f e the Japanese commanders about Port Arthur have sent sentanother sentanothel sentanother
another demand for surrender to toGenernl General Stoessel StoessehThe StoesselThe StoesselThe
The exterior forts says th the telegram are now In the hands of the Japanese Japan Japanese Japanese ¬
ese while three of the Interior forts have been wrecked by b Japanese shell shellflre shellfire shellfire
fire flreStoessel Stoessel Stoe sel Ip l expected to refuse the demand for surrender in which event a ageneral a ageneral ageneral
general ase a8H lt with more determination than has as yet beeR employed stills wJHbe d1be stillsbe
be begun t U light J JOyama
Oyama Gives Three Days DaysTIENTSIN DaysTIE DaysTIENTSIN
TIENTSIN TIE TSIN Sept 21 31It IIt It Is reported here that Field Marshal Uarshal Oyama O Oyaraa > ama has hasseat sent SG a amassage am6Sfage amessage
massage to the Japanese Jp nese commanders about Port Arthur urging them til to make makedesperate maRedesperate maledesperate
desperate efforts to take Port Arthur within the next three t reedaysso days days so as to re release release nolease ¬
lease MMO 100 Japareae troops which are needed neo ed in the campaign against Kurppat Kurppatkln K11repatkin Eurepatkln
Cholera at Port Arthur ArthurKINCHOW ArthurKIXCHor ArthurKINCHOW
KINCHOW Manchuria Sept 34 MA A Russian RU slan naval ofiloar hero lte has received receivedofficial re reoeiaedofficial Ied Iedofficial
official advice which state that cholera has broken out at Port P rt Arthur and aadthat andthat andthat
that It Is feared the sickness will become epidemic epidemicBattle epidemicBaltle epidemicBattle
Battle Not Begun BegunST BegunST BegunST
ST PETERSBURG Sept 31 MKuropatkln Kuropatkin reports under todays data that he hehas kehas hehas
has received received no news of the serious engagement of any 8n of his troops
LONDON Sept 24 4The The Tokyo cor correspondent correspondent correspondent ¬
respondent of the Express says S8 8 that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the Japanese have ae abandoned their at attempt attempt attempt ¬
tempt to tunnel under Port Arthur ow owing owIng owing ¬
ing to the difficulties encountered In the thework tbework thework
work They The found that they would have haveto haveto haveto
to drill through solid rock rockAn rockAn rockAn
An opportunity has now occurred to todispose todhpose todispose
dispose of the corpses outside the fort fortress tortress fortrem ¬
ress Wholesale cremation cremationnary was neces necessary neceary ¬
The bodies bodieswere bodieswere bodeswere
nary ary to prevent a pestilence
were piled in great Teat heaps and oil poured pouredover pouredOer pouredlover
lover over them hem Then they were set on fire flreThe fireThe fireThe
The stench stench from the decomposing remains re remains remains ¬
mains was so great that it affected affectedDolny affectedDnln affectedDalny
Dolny DolnyJAPAN Dnln DnlnJAPAN
TOKYO TO YO Sept 21 tIt It is believed that thatat thatILt thatat
at the cabinet meeting on Wednesdaythe Wednesday Wednesdaythe Wedne day daythe
the question que Uon was discussed df cu soo of raising raisingfunds raisingunds raisingunde
funds for the next fiscal year ear and that thata
a salt monopoly and a tax on silk were weredecided weredecided weredecided
decided upon uponA uponA uponA
A dispatch from Hakodate reports that thatyesterday thatceterda thatyesterday
yesterday ceterda the British steamer Crusader Crusadera
a vessel v sel of 4028 402 tons bound from Port Portto Portland Portland
land Ore for Vladh06toka Vladivostok Vladivostoktratttem tratttem aUCntlKed aUCntlKedto She
to pAM pas through Tsugaru Tsugaruwas T Taugxruwas ugaru 3tralt She Shewa
was wa captured by b a torpedo boat and andtaken andtaken nd ndtaken
taken to Hukodate HukodateA
A press dispatch from Ltaoa LlaoYIIg sr saysthat says systhat 8 8that
that the Russian Ru n outposts on the UU east eastand eastand eastand
and southeast ironts have retired sev several 80 80en soveral ¬
eral en miles toward t towardMukdon towardMukdonThe > > ward Mukden MukdenThe lIukdonThe
The Kokuran whose forecasts ar are
usually based on special information informationsays Infermetionsays
says it expects that a very decisive decisivebattle tle deeistvebattle te tebattle
battle will m be fought at Mukden MukdenThe MukdenThe MukdenThe
The Asahi Interprets the Russian Russianpersistency Ru Russianpersistency 8hm 8hmpersltency
persistency at Port Arthur to the deter determination determination detersminatlon ¬
mination of the Cza Czar and Admiral Alex Alexleft Alexiefl
left to make the fortress the center of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Russian general eneral strategy General GeneralStoessel Genera1Stoe GeneralStoessel
Stoessel Stoe el is making makJn great efforts it says saysto saysto saysto
to strengthen strongtb n the courts view viewWhile viewWhile vIewVhllp
While firing upon ambulances for the thepurpose thepurpo thepurpose
purpose purpo of o enraging en gl11S the Japanese Japane e troops troopsho trMpIJhe troopsho
ho has made the garrison believe thatthey that thatthey thatthe
they the must defend the fortress until the thelast thelast thelast
last He says sa s the Crar C ar r will hardly aban abandon abandon abandon ¬
don the idea of saving them themAccordingly themAccordlngl themAccordingly
Accordingly Kuropatkin lingers at atMukden a aMukden atMukden
Mukden in the face of great reat topographi topographical ¬
cal disadvantages The paper remarks remarkthat remarksttr remarksthat
that the t more e persistent rs is the e ePAI defense of ofPort ofPort
ttr ttrt lh etYl tYl tYlrs T
Port Arthur the easier the next cam campaign c campaign ¬
paign PAI n will beThe be beThe beThe
The The condition of the crown prince of ofKorea otK ofKorea
Korea K rea who is 111 with scarlet fever eor has hasImproved hasimproved 5 5Improed
Improved ImprovedThe ImproedThe improvedThe
The authorities here at the request of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Korean government will dispatch dispatchtwo dln disoatchtwo h htwo
two experts ex rts to reform the Korean eye system 3atern eyetern ¬
tern of Weights and measures measuresSPIES measureSPIES measuresSPIES
LONDON Sept S4 scA A dispatch to t the theMorning thatorniftg theMorning
Morning Poet from Berlin stays Cap Captain CiLptaln Gkptale ¬
tale Ktado one of Admiral Skrydl Skrydlett Skrydlettatan Skrydleffsstaff ffs ffsstaff
staff officers has returned from Vladi Vladivostok VJadlvOIitok Viedlvostok ¬
vostok to St Petersburg Pete burg where nceerd nceerding neeC neeCIng ncoenl ncoenllug
ing to German correspondents cOErepent1t91tsbeen h he lies fcatbeen liesbeen
been giving his views vlesOC of the situation situationHe siluatietGHe tU tl tlHe
He complains oep1p ins that the Rustfians Cl can canmake an anmake n nmake
make no no plans plans which are not revealed mvsaledto
to the Japanese by b Chinese spies spQ h This

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