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MONDAY OCTOBER OCTOBD 17 ISM UNSome ISMSome JIICSome
Some Slocum Justice JusticeThe JusticeThe JusticeThe
The action of President 8Dt Boosevelt Booseveltiu t tin
in arbitrarily removing three ureeboat steam steamboat ste steboat ¬
boat inspector held to be in Jameasure some somemeasure somemeasure
measure rot responsible ponsible for the Slocum Sioenshorror Slocumhorror 1ocu 1ocuhorror
horror will wUlbe be heartily commended commendedSo
So will the spirit of altion Me eommunlce eommunlcetiun eonmanlcalion
lion setting Bet forth M it does doe regretthat regret regretthat resretthat
that there is lack of mean for malt maltlug making JBktng ¬
lug punishment comprehensive and andadequate adadequate surdadequate
adequate adequateThere adequateThere adequateThere
There were many astounding rave revelations JeYeoaUons ravelatlona ¬
lations connected with tk t burning bnmtacof
of the Slocum llL The first was that a aboat aboat aboat
boat so utterly unit for service ce should shouldhave ahouldhae shouldhave
have been permitted to torry earry passen puuagers psasengers passengers ¬
gers Every time it transported a aload aload aload
load the escape of the patrons patro waslittle was waslittle wulittle
little short of a miracle The boat boatwas boatwas boatwas
was flimsy oil oIleoaked oalred and devoid of ofany atan ofanyy
any an protection against the fire that thatconditions tJIatconditiona thatconditions
conditions invited invitedA b miltedA ted tedA
A second revelation J elatIon was as to the theinefficiency OMInemciency theinefetency
inefficiency of the crew The Theneer engi engineer engineer ¬
neer stuck to taJda tg his post bat the rest reefwere restwere relitwere
were useleaa The deck cleekignorant hands were wereignorant weraignorant
ignorant and an4lDexper1eDC1d inexperienced men who whohad whohad whohad
had been picked pl up atoag the docks docksThey doekThe docksThey
They The were guilty of criminal ertm1aalssne care carelessness cuelesanesa ¬
lessness ssne at all times tlm and of criminal criminalcowardice erlmIaalcowardice criminalcowardice
cowardice at the time of ofThen emergency emergencyThen emorgencyThen
Then followed an exposure of the therottenness therottenne therottenness
rottenness a of the socalled system tem of ofinspection ofInspection ofinspection
inspection This system was a mere mereform meNform mereform
form If it revealed any defects to tothe totbe tothe
the inspectors it did not lead to any anysuggestion a1suggestionot anysuggestion
suggestion suggestionot of reform The Slocum Slocumwas 10cumwas Slocumwas
was permitted to continue its careeras career careeras earas
as a death trap until ua as the natural naturalclimax Daturallimu naturalclimax
climax it found a thousand twdtetb8 twdtetb8But victims victimsBut rictimaBut
But the owners did not care The TheInspectors fte1nspectora Theinspector
Inspectors did not care They neyftippant were wereflippant wereflippant
flippant and defiant They sssorted U88Itedt avertedthat sssortedthat
that t bat they had done their full duty dutywhen dUQrwhen dutywhen
when all the world orld knew the thetion tJaetion aer aertion
tion to be a heartless lie When the thevictims theYicUma theictims
victims of the fire were w shrieking in inrror Incrror Inrror
crror rror there had been no dart to tobeach tobeach tobeach
beach the boat and this policy i ikeeping was in inkeeping inkeeping
keeping with the whole 1IoIe system of ofmanagement atmanagemeat ofmanagement
management managementThe managemeatThe managementThe
The inspectors resented TIn AM criticism criticismjust erltlIIuajust criticjust
just as the owners CJIIJI grew indignantwhen Indignant Indignantwhen pt ptwhen
when attention was drawn to thedeadly the thedeadly thedeadly
deadly life III preservers aerverL These Contrivances con contrivances CODtr1van ¬
tr1van trivances were rm so old as to be bethan wiprse wiprsethan rse rsethan
than worthless worthl for not only had hadlost til tillost y ylost
lost all buoyancy but they tile served servedweights IIerftdweighta servedWeights
weights to drag the weavers n down downOf 1IoWltOf downOf
Of course the whole JaoIe ghastly episode episodewas episodewas I Ias
was as the result of crime The culpa culpability culp culpbility ¬ i
bility bi 11 ty was so diffused di as to render renderdifficult reacIerdiftlcult renderdifficult
difficult the task of fixing the blame blameNobody blameNobody blameNobody
Nobody had meant to beoo become e a a mur murderer m1llderer mwderer ¬
derer but there was wholes wholesale la J mur murder aarder murder ¬
der nevertheless neverthe1 Greed was taking takingchances taIdqbance takingchances
chances but the heavy penalty fell fellupon fellupon fellupon
upon innocence 1aD0C8DCI8Dismiual InnooenceDiamiwl innocenceDismissal
Dismissal of the inspectors in disgrace dis disgrace dla dlagrace ¬
grace is proper so far as it goes but butit butit
it 1 t does not meet the full requirement requirementoi I Iof
of justice and unhappily there r rno seems seemsno i
no method by which this requirement requirementmay requirementmay t tmay
may be satisfied satisfiedA ad8leclA tided tidedA
A Football Opportunity OpportunityThe 0 p prtuntt prtunttThe
The people of the District who are areinterested aNintere8ted areinterested
interested in in manly sport QOrta are losing losinga
a great opportunity opportuJ t7 If they theythey uthey chose chosethey
they might have lave all the piss plsnr sure in infootball bafootball Infootball
football this fall which was theirs theirsin themin
in baseball throughout the past putmer sum summer summer ¬
mer But the chance is slipping all by byJ j jH
H J f it j t is not snatched at4bed up within the thenext then thenext
next n xt fortnight football in the District Districtof
of Columbia will continue to be on onthe onthe onthe
the same basis of scattered aeat aeatand gamesand games gamesand
and halforganized teams as was base baseball bueball baseball
ball before the organisation of the theWhite tileWhite theWhite
White Lot srlu lICbeduJa lICbeduJaII schedu1a schedu1aIt iffllea ifflleali
li Is known that the Superintendent Super Superintendent SuperIntendent ¬
intendent of Public Buildings and andGrounds aDdGrounds andGrounds
Grounds is quite as ready y to lay layout layout
out ou t gridirons grldt near the Monument Monumentas 1
as he was to build d diamonds rndff on the theWhite theWhite
White hite Lot Space adapted to footballl football footballtames footaJ1Iame I
tames l opt could > Iid easily Iy he divided into intotwo Iatotwo Intot
two t WI or three thrdivisions divisions dh1ak ss Urge as the theregulation theregulation theregulation
regulation field This will be done donethe e1 e1the donethe
the gridirons grit lrons marked goal posts postserected poIItatrected postserected
erected and watchmen ate provided if ifthere ifthere i
there is a sufllcient demand to war warrant warrant arI arIrant ¬
rant the expense 8SJIt But it cannot be bedone bedou bedone
done dou except at the beginning Mt of the theseason theaeason theaeason
aeason seasonFootball aeasonJ aeasonFootball
J Football ootball has baay nearly as many y follow followers foIlowrt followers ¬
ers rt in Washington as baseball 1 It Itneed Itneed Itneed
need not be a whit more dangerous dangerousBut daDprouaHut dangerousfut
But whether it is or Q not it is the thechosen tbehosen thechosen
chosen tall sport of the young y yh1 men menint
1 h1 the dsipesq iHmfcipnats WT the District Jlatliotllulldtng 1htrktIiuliding DistrictUuilding
Uuilding tie tne t several IeVftl1JAhrendti universities and andsmaller adamal1er andsmaller
smaller schools and a young army of ofclerks rjtl ofclerks
clerks and students otherwise ntsm ls em employed emljloed employed ¬
ployed Thert Tier is mo doubt these tMMluung this thisyoung j jyoung
young men would profit by the tJIeor use useof useof
of the Monument Grounds as their theirassociates theirassociates
associates 8 sociatel did by It the use us of the tilelUINS8 tli tliEllipse
1 Ellipse lUINS8 Are they tile going to let the theopportunity theopportuDlq thheopportunity
opportunity flip Uuvsjffcv thro their tMJrJera their fin finfjers n ners
fjers ers
No 0 Afle A e Limit LtaUDeaconesses LimitJ LimitDeacon LtmitDeaconesw
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Deaconesses Deacon of the Methodist MethodistChurch MethodistChurch hodillt hodilltChurch
Church sisssd down a proposition propositionthat JMODQIdtJoathat propositionthat
that members mem of the tb order be retired retiredat
at a certain age on pensions peu 1 In this thisthey tlslathey thisthey
they will be 1eIn upheld upheldIn upheldIn
In the first place there Is no DOctpted ac accepted socepted ¬
cepted rule by which tile ta > fesninine fesninineis deagiaL ltal ltalJa
is bound to seJOtowleig aehnqwls4gp ajriftval UIt UItlty at atany litany
any certajftfjsjs c Is is ion aeeartisw to too
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i tenets too well ell estahMahed 1IUIIMd to be beswerved 1MoW beswerved
swerved as to old as she looks I and how howold owI howold
I old she may ay be In years is her own ownaffair ownaaIr ownstair
affair Certainly if intent on doing doinggood dob dobwhleh doinggood
good which is the purpose of the des deaconess d dlIhe deseaess ¬
coness she never gets too old until untilthe untilthe untilthe
the burden of the passing < seasons be becomes be beooaa becomes ¬
comes so great that she ligrs 1 l ° c it aside asidefor aaldetor asidefur
for her reward rewardThe 18wardTtae rewardThe
The tendency to set an age limit limithas Umltau limithas
has got into vogue in t commercialism eeaamerciatiambut eoMlllerehl1Itaa1tut
but its coldly practical intrusion upon uponthe upoathe uponthe
the field of religious labor would rob robthis robtJaIa robthis
this field of all its sweetness aweetn sweetnessIng chang changing aaabac ¬
ing its character c utterly In industrialestablishments Industrial Industrialtabliahmeats IDduatrtaltabUt
establishments men in the prime of oflife oflife oflife
life are told now there is no fur further further further ¬
ther work for them that they are aretoo areI aretoo
I too old and while still fit they are arethrown arethr arethrownie
thrown thr WJtll out as ruthlessly as broken brokenmachinery b bI brokenmachinery
I machinery mac bery more ruthlessly for there therewould tJaerewould therewould
would be an effort e ort to mead the tit titch1Ja8l7 ma machinery machinery ¬
chinery chineryThe ch1Ja8l7The chineryThe
The pretty young deaconess de devout de deout devout ¬
vout out and sealons oaa naturally resentsthe resents resentsthe
the plan that would cause her to tolook tolook tolook
look forward to retirement to the thesuperannuated UteSUperaJUluated thesuperannuated
superannuated list It would be a along alone along
long way in advance anyhow and andthere andthen andthere
there is a strong probability that in nher inher iaher
her chosen role she l would never at attain attamn ¬
tain It Jt She has the privilege of relinquishing re relinquishing re reUDQulah1Dc atI ¬
linquishing her work and desiring to tomarry tomarry
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marry would be obliged to relinquish relinquishit
it It Doubtless Doubtl she would choose this thismethod thislIMthod thismethod
method of escape from classification classificationas cluaUlcatlonaaed
as aged and decrepit even had the tbelist thelIat thelist
list been agreed acr ed upon instead of ofhissed ofJd8Md ofhissed
hissed down through pearly pear teeth teethPrivate teethPrivate th thPrivate
Private Charn Charity v vAs Allowances AHo Ilo nces ncesAs ncesa
As a step toward the complete ces cestion ceatlOB cessation
sation tion of appropriations for the main maintenance malnteDaDce maintenance ¬
tenance of nongovernmental charities chari charities chrIu ¬
ties the t e objection of the Board of ofCharities ofCharlU1o ofCharities
CharlU1o Charities to certain private ftt charity charityallowances charityallow Charityallowances
allowances allow will l commend itself to tothe tothewbole tothe
the thewbole whole city It happens that the theboard theboard theboard
board has singled for its opposition oppositionhalf o oppositionhalf tion tionbait
half a dosen institutions of undoubted undoubtedmerit UDCIou UDCIoumerit undoubtedmerit
merit such as The Newsboys and andChildrens aDd0JdIdnIa andChUdtes
Childrens Aid Society and the theWomans theomaa theWomans
Womans omaa Christian Association But Butthat Butt1aat Butthat
that fact should not be allowed to ob obscure obtlae obscure ¬
scure the psee general al issue which is this thisMust thIaMoat thisMust
Must the District of Columbia care cuefor carefor carefor
for its indigent cttisens through pri private priTate private ¬
vate or nongovernmental DOasov ta1 institu institutions iut1tutkma Institutione ¬
tioneMen tions tionsMen
tkmaMeR
Men who knew taw w the conditions of ofmunicipal ofatu ofmunicipal
municipal atu government elsewhere where will willnot willJI willasst
not asst wonder that the District authori authorities aut authorlties ori oriU ¬
ties look with extreme disfavor on the theapperUonaeat thet theapportionment
apportionment t of District Dl charges to tohalf toMlt tohalf
half a dDShospitals druen hospitals asylums uylu or orrefuges orretuaeB orrefuges
refuges maintained chiefly by women womenand W0IMIland womenand
and supervised 81I by many different differentmethods d1tmethodlli differentmethods
methods The District has not now nowthe nowtM nowthe
the faculties tkw to care for its own It Itat Itrely Itn
n at rely upon nongovernmental nongovernmentalhospitals DODaovtal1IOepttalllt nongovernmentallMmpinls
hospitals for example ple or thrust its itsindigent itabuUpnt itsindigent
indigent sick into the streets It Itwould Itwould Itwould
would bd worse than folly while such sucha
a condition prevails to withdraw from fromcooperation fromwith fromcooperation
cooperation with the several vera hospi hospitals hoapltala bospitale ¬
tale of the city But the community communitywill COllUDul communitywill ty tywUl
will be vastly better off when it can cancare eaRare cantare
care for its sick as directly as it lays laysff laysw laysTJte layssewers
ff i iThe
sewers sewersThe w
The budget soon to go to toCODtaIDa O Congress Congresscontains sg e econtains
contains a recommendation recom daUoR that 110 150
000 be appropriated for the beginning beginningof
of construction on the site of the new newmunicipal newmunicipal newmunicipal
municipal hospital If our city coun council council couacil ¬
cil approves the recommendation reeom ttoa it itwill ItWIll Itwill
will still till be several years before the thehospital thehoQttal thehospital
hospital is available av 4b1e for use When Whenit
it is opened however howe the Districts Districtsdependence Dlst11etpe Districtsdependence
dependence pe d upon sectarian and quasi quasiprivate quaatJhate quasiprivate
private institutions InstitntI ns will come to an anend anw anend
end In the meantime it is well to tomote toaote tonote
mote that the fight ht for government by byregularly Dyreplarly byregularly
regularly appointed office 0 oetrs at the theGovernment uOoyenament theGovernment
Government is not losing ground groundFutility 1OIDCIFntlUt groundFutilitD
Futility FntlUt of Some Teaching TeachinoIn
e
In the interest IA of religion it might mightbe JDlPtbe mightbe
be suggested tecI that young Rockefeller Rockefellerresign Rockefellerre8Icn Rockefellerresign
resign from his position Uon as a Sunday Sundayschool SuDdayIIChooI Sundayschool
school teacher For him to occupy occupysuch oceupy8aeh occupysuch
such a puce place is an anomaly It pains pal palQi painstins
the Qi friends of genuine religion in inwhich Sawhich Inwhich
which avarice can have no part and andfrom andfrom andfrom
from which certain kinds of wealth wealthare wealthare Ith Ithare
are barred by the expressed doctrines doctrinesof
of the greatest of teachers It givesthe gives givesthe atveathe
the scoffer a chance to rail against UIt the tnechurch thechurch thechurch
church and to doubt the sincerity sincerityof
of its adherents adherentsLast adhelWltaI
I Last Sunday young Mr Rockefeller Rockefellerwarned Rockefellerwarned Rockefellerwarned
warned his large class c that the par pursuit puluit parsuit ¬
suit uit of riches rich blinds many JIIlI to religious religiousbeauties religiousbastes B
beauties tiN It does There will he no nodenial nodenial 0 0deaIa1
denial But the words come with ill illgrace IIIfrom litgrace
grace from the representative rep of the therichest therichest
richest family in America and one onewhich onewhich
which devotes six days in the week weekby weekby weekby
by hook and by crook to making makinggreater maldqsrter makinggreater
greater a hoard already alred so enormous enormousss ormous ormousIUI
ss to be a menace ace to the economic and andindustrial aadbi4utria1Ufe andIndustrial
industrial bi4utria1Ufe life lit of the Republic RepublicThe Repu RepublicThe bile bileThe
The showing has been made in de detail de detail detail ¬
tail by figures dispassionately gath gathered pthered gathered ¬
ered that the Rockefeller millions millionsrest JI millionsrest JJ1tou JJ1tounM
rest on a foundation of lawlessness lawlessnessthat awleMthat lawlessnessthat
that the accretions must be ascribed ascribedtc IUlCtJbecIW
tc corruption bribery and intimida intimidation inttmldaUoD intimidation ¬
tion as well as to native shrewdness shrewdnessThus shrewdnessThus rewcl rewclnu
Thus the scion of the stock does not notfit DotIt notIt
It the role of preacher p her It should be behis beala behis
his part to cultivate humility and andlearn andJem andlearn
learn rather than instruct instructThe iutructThe instructThe
The Exemplar xempI ar whose life lit is the themodel theof theatodel
model of the church ebureJttold told the young youngman 10uacJMA youngroan
man of centuries ceaturl ago Sell all thou thottbast thouheat
heat aaat and d give to the poor There is isao illJU isno
ao inkling of this t1 8 spirit in the theuct con conduct Conduct ¬
duct uct of the modern mode capitalist I Ideed Ideed In Indeed
deed so have the times 11m become that dratnothing thatnothing tataotlUDa
nothing of the sort is expected But Butfor htfor Butfor
for one whose daily life is in t contra contravention eoatrattoa contraventioa ¬
vention ttoa of the precept and practice practiceof
of religion to sssitme asiulwn the right of ofgiving otSa ofj
giving j vifg counsel is at best a It error errort out oldof outof
of which wtdIa aavfjood ns goad can earns eoetI earnsU
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feller is an estimable person He can canchase canehue canehae
chase a dollar as blithely ae though thoughhe thouahh thoughhe
he needed it and hold to it with a agrip ariP agrip
grip of genuine devotion His capacity ca capacity capaelt1 ¬
pacity in these directions is acknowl acknowledged aeknowledSed acknowledged ¬
edged and the larger this capacity the themore theJDOre themore
more incongruous appears his habit habitof habitof habitof
of interpreting the Scriptures to toeager toer toeager
eager questioning souls soulsWhat lOUisWhat soulsWhat
What Is Indicated IndicatedA
A New York paper seeks to estab establish elltb1tah establink ¬
link the value of its advertising space spaceby spaceby spaceby
by the statement that to one oa pub published ptlbUhed published ¬
lished request for a tifewritiets tewritlsts ser services HrYlees services ¬
vices there were 860 rpon responses e The Thevalue Thevalue Thevalue
value of newspaper advertising isunderatood is isunderstood isertltood
understood ertltood and appreciated by inie111g iatalll iatalllsjtat int Ji Jit
g sjtat et t people It 1 t represent repre88ft the inetfeod inetfeodby met1tod met1todby natltodby
by which mutual wants are aajwd aajwdIt adj adjIt adjupdIt
It brings together ether the mertshan rah 1 and andthe andthe d dthe
the customer and the manwho man JDaIrWAcfneeds JDaIrWAcfneedsa who needs needsa
a situation or a clerk by means of o an anadvertisement aliadvertJaem anadvertisement
advertisement advertJaem nt can get in touch tou h with withthe withtbe withthe
the one capable of filling the need needAll needAll Md MdAll
All this is i accepted truth truthHowever truthHowever truthHowever
However 850 responses to fp one ad advertisement adyertlMment advertieement ¬
vertisement for a typewrfoat typewrt 8t Is far fartoo fartoo fartoo
too many to indicate a healthy condition condi condition COIltUttOn ¬
tion The chances are that the place placepays placepays placepays
pays but meager salary In all prob probability probabUtty probability ¬
ability it affords the means for the thebarest thebanat thebarest
barest sort of existence in a place placewhere placewbere placewhere
where expenses are so unreasonably unreasonablyhigh unreasonablyhigh ly
high as in Nw NI w York Yet 860 people peoplewere peOplewere peoplewere
were anxious to get the place and 849 849were 849were 899were
were disappointed the disappointment disappointmentin
in many J instances likely being bitter bitteror bitteror
or even heartbreaking heartbreakingFar beart breakina breakinaFar
Far more pleasing would have been beena
a statement that the typewritist t ad advertising adertlalnc ad advertising ¬
vertising for a position had received
850 responses Thechanees The chances are that thatsuch thatauea thatsuch
such an advertisement ady8rttaementould would have re received re received reoedved ¬
ceived not a single DCle reply worthy of ofconsideration ofQORJdderaUol1 ofconsideration
consideration Too many have learned learnedto
to operate the typewriter as a a means meansof mea meaof meansof
of livelihood The multitude has hasmade baae hasmade
made e competition so neree AerM that the thesupply ta taaupply thesupply
supply many times tlm greater ter than the thedemand t1MdelDaDd thedemand
demand cannot expect pay in iliDMUUre any aaymeasure anymeasure
measure adequate adequateThe adequateThe adequateThe
The episode is another illustration illustrationof
of the fact that the rush cityward is isa laa isa
a folly There is a steady influx of ofyoung ofOUDK ofyoung
young men and women who expect expectthat expectthat expectthat
that the municipal field will be betound betoundwi found foundwide foundwide
wide wi open and the rewards rich rJe This Thisview Th Thflew Thview
view is an error New York contains containsi eofttal containsthousands
i I thousands who would hare been bet better better better ¬
ter off had they never seen it but re remained re remahaed remained ¬
mained in the village or on the farm farmWhen farmWhea farmWhen
When nearly ly a thousand scramble for fora fora fora
a paltry D try Job that might keep soul 1iOtt1aBd 1iOtt1aBdbody and andbody andbody
body together the lesson J MOft ought OUC t to toimpress to1mpreM toimpress
impress them ss well ell as thdNeanas thdNeanasPointa t tJIIOI thtl sands sandsmore
more JIIOIPoints
Points in Paragraphs ParagraphsHavent Pat < agraphs agraphsHAyeat
Havent smelted Hugh Owners GtirneY auto automobile IItOfor autom ¬
mobile m cliiie for a week weekTtta weekTJ weekT1M
Ttta effervescent enervec ent Carrie Nation mat a aseltaer at aseltser
seltaer t IIIphoIa tehon in action In Texas 1 1tor and andfor andfor
for once had to toA retreat retreatA
A girl clad in divers diver armor went wentdown Wftitdowa wentdown
down at the site of the gloenm 8IooaMilwlday disaster dyMerSunday disasterSunday
Sunday She was w a chorus girl All ex expense exp enponies ¬
ponies paid by the press pr agent agentJohn atJoha aesatJohn
John Q Carlisle Carl Cariteie le denounce deao Mr r1 r1velt Roose Roosevelt Roemevolt ¬
velt a as a usurper Mr Carlisle Ca hi a alawyer aJa alawyer
lawyer Ja wyer who derive dttriv a living in Inta1nIIIC main maintaining maintaming ¬
taming the usurpation rights rt hita of corpor corparation corporations rporaUona ¬
ations ationsThe aUonaThe ationThe
The statue of Frederic la yoaranteed yoaranteednot raateed raateedBot
not to get down from tro the pedestal and anddevastate aaddevaatate anddevaatats
devastate th u land landOnly JaDdOIaIy landOnly
Only SM people have been killed In Inrailroad Inratlroad inrailroad
railroad wreck in i the United State Skatesthis Statethis Jltat Jltatth
this th year y but there are several 1 months monthsyet MOatbaJet monthsyet
yet JetMen
Men marvel at the public Indifference todMerenceto ace aceto
to the Cortelyou scandal a1 say the theNew theHew theNew
New York Times IhD Oh no JIOw they dont dontThey tJoIttnaes don t tThey
They marvel at the nerve el C the paten IItIteftItt patenthat iministhat
that have created a phantom ph scandal scandaland aeaJldaland scandaland
and expect a sane public to tsgat gat excited excitedabout excitedabout excitedabout
about it itRussia It ItR ItRussia
Russia R Is too old a shop boy to open opetIot mail mailnot mailnot
not ot directed to him himNew hhaNe himNew
New Ne York Is keeping keep up its itareconI Murderrecord Murder mudiVrecord
record but It baa not begun any an record recordof Idof reeewdof
of catching catcbb1 the murderers murderersGeneral murdereraoeral murderersGeneral
General Kuropatkln Is reported a as cay caying eaylag J Jin8
lag the present war is sa in I some respects respectsthe 1WIP8Ctthe respectsthe
the most t pleasing he has ever yer been eagasld en engaged e ea ¬
gaged a In The general e must not only onlyenjoy OftlynJo onlyenjoy
enjoy nJo sprintin but be withal blessed hIeMedwtt blessedwith lcodwith
with wtt a sunny nature natureThe natureTIle natureThe
The noise made by the process of exeavatlug ex excavating excavaUn ¬
cavating < Pennsylvania Avenue lacks lacksevary JackaeVAIT lacksevery
every element that tend tends to soothe theear the theear theear
ear earPublic
Public sentient decides that the her herdtc lei leidJc herdic
dtc must go o 0 And strange as the fact factmay facty fact1ntr
may y seam the rickety oW vahfei is isgoing isgoing
going 01 right along alongBryan aloqBryan alongBryan
Bryan should abo ld not ot attack the army armyOnce arM arM0IIce armyOnce
Once he was In it it and he did not attack attackthe attackthe attackthe
the other fellows fellow army lh then thpnCtro thenCastro n nCastro
Castro ha h a revolution on his hands handsbut Jaaftdabut bandsbut
but before he was aa President he caused causedthe ca cathe causedthe
the other fellows hands to be bearly simil similarly etmmiiarly ¬
arly occupied occupiedWhat occupiedWhat J JWhat
What harm could come of the pres presentation preaentation presentatlon ¬
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civilians civU to an army oMeer Not but butthe imutthe t ttile
the War Department Is always rifftot rifftotbut rl8fttbut right rightbut
but jy Jpt t out of curiosity curiosityOlney eUrioaltyOey curiosityOlney
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not be the way yu want apt to go goAfter 80Atter goAfter
After being beln bedridden for fifteen fifteenyears fttteenyear fifteenyears
years a Richmond spinster received an anoffer anoffer anoffer
offer of marriage conditioned upon her hergetting MrttetUq hergetting
getting 1IP u and walking walkln Did ah she walk walkShe walkBIM walkShe
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the smuggled goods on the cottier r rfroM Hanmlhal Han Ilanalbal
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customs emcee were silenced silencedOCTOBER allefteedOCTOn silencedOCTOYER
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nan elan Red Cross basaar which w 1c electrined electrinedsociety eIectIUIedaoclety eleeteidd eleeteiddsociety
society for several veral week last t sating the theBte tileEmppror theEmperor
Emperor ADd Empress Elnpre Dc Dcrtager of Run Buaala Runsia
ala have conferred on kountess Countess ounteu Cas Casalnl eafDJ Caaafai
alnl fDJ and Mme Boutakoff < the latter th thwife tb tblte thewife
wife lte of the naval attaciie attacjIIe attacl of the Run Russian R1I8Blan Runsun ¬
sun Blan embassy the RUSE Ruda fain Red Cross Crossdecoration ero erodecoration Crossdecoratlon
decoration for their effo Eta here in be be ¬
half of tbe suffering au < H1RIr sMten diers In the theRussoJapanese U theRusoJape
RussoJapanese RusoJape re war warMr warIIr warMr
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Mr and Mrs r C C Mover fley are ar attt atttat HIlta stda
at a t their country place 1 restorer toYer sever several several y yal ¬
al miles mil north of Georg GeorcPtewa town and asd will willnot w1Jlnot willnot
not return to the city until the let of ofNovember OfNovember
Joov November The marriaj maarrlaage re of elaud MlesOtover nuadiioverand MlesOtoverand
and Mr Van Swinderen WlnderE p the Nether ¬
lands minister will takie tak e place the lat latter at atter 1stter ¬
ter part of December Land and will be Mahaple as assimple assimple
simple as such a function fusticnican can he made madeMrs madeMrs e eJiIr
Mrs JiIr Sheridan widow of OeD Phil PhilSheridan PIdlShelldap PhilSheridan
Sheridan U 8 A A and WI her three ueterse daughters daugh daughter ¬
ters ter terse Miss Sheridan ms KJ Irene Dedan Sh Sheri Sheridan et etdan ¬
dan and Miss Louise Snfcridan have re returned re retured returned ¬
turned to their home fea i gKrM Sheridan Cir Circle Cir Circle pr prole ¬
ole cle after a summer arfIDt f f t at Monquit MonquitMass MoaquitMaas
Mass MassMrs MaasMrs
Kaulira
Mrs J R Clagett esid afK s i Mia Clacett Clacettwill CIa CIaUJ Cygettwill
will UJ spend the winter a af the Cecil apart apartment apartment rt rtment ¬
ment house houae Fifteenth tend L Street StreetQwest StreetQuest 8 8t
Quest ef the Barfee DtI DtIMr riss rissan
Mr and lira Lewbl J JaDariI t Da have ve as a aguest aguest
guest Mrs Foster wkJow w of Gen John
G Poster U 8 8 A slater of Mr Da Davyat Davis DavisM
at t their residence 1411 Vhtta arhusetta
A Avenue AvenueMrs venue venueMra
Mrs Scott widow up Mjor Douglas Douglashi
M Scott U Uwinter S A watmas u uwinter coming comingwinter
winter In Coburs C Coburgn Canada and andrented hu hasrented
I rented her house fro w TwentyBrat TwentyBratStreet weat71nt8tNet TwentyArtStreet
Street northwest northwestYa JaOu JaOu1In nortkwestMrs
Mrs and Miss Wet pel have left Pert
Jyer WyedselN Va Ya to toU Join UeuC Bdmun BdmunMrs lppmm mci mciS
W U L S A at atN tpsrt Wadrwosh
N YHrs Y Yt
Mrs t William Thofnpaon Jk0l Harris w wfor will
have as a guest for tile the winter at 1 11 1T1t
I Street her friend friend Iftr Tics Daisy Stewart wan
Leibig daughter dau ter of the hue Gen
George H Stewart StewarColonel StewartCnlnnel atewartCAInel
Colonel Middleton of the Medical MedicalCorps MedicalCorps Ieal
Corps C of > t the army y raid Mr Mrs Middteton Middtetonhave 1fJddIftoaMve Middletonhave
have returned turned to Vifashlngtoa vt R ahtagton for the thewinter thewinter
winterCommander winter winterpoauaaader
WIaterD4er L
poauaaader Commander D4er Nathan Nat NatMn IaI Barfjmy a4 U 0 X Xand
and aid Mrs IIaI1 dttom dttomtb SargentMnd Y Yhive MM Tk geJt geJthave t ty
have y returned to th tbdtr home In ingut R Rpt
gut Square for the Mnter MnterMr ter terMr terMr
Mr and Mr no Walcott Ttuckrman Tuckerman Tu who whowho wlaowbo whowho
who are now with I IMr the Jattera parents parentsMr ta taMr
Mr and Mrs Edward McCauley have havetaken ha hataken baretaken
taken a very attractive anartment t at atthe attile atthe
the Connecticut where w here they eras will pas pasthe peas puathe peasthe
the whiter whiterMom wlnt wlntI winterRome
Rome I Mom Press 1 SiamPaul Slam SlamPaul sPanl
Paul Nash N has r r rurned to toton toton
ton 10 after a short diplomatic pIoaaatic8IaIa service serviceSlam serviceSpas
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Slam but expects tfaortly ortIy y to be beto assigned assignedto
to a European n post postMr poe
Mr Nash is one frf the earliest earl earliestof grad nuluala graduates rraduat
uat uala uatesMr s of the George rWaahlngton ashingto Univer University UlIIVeraIU U Diver Diversit ¬
sity sit School of DipMnaey DI and was sev several myera y yeral ¬
eral era years ago verveem veag v well known m ta society so society ao aoclety ¬
ciety cietyMrs cletyx cietyMrs
Mrs Mrsresidence x Cru the thel writer ter will lease theresidence the theoccupied tilereal4ence
residence X Street Street which wblclaoceu she baa baaoccupied
occupied oceu iad for two easons > 80 past and wIDpeoo willspend
spend the winter in Europe EuropeRear EuropeRear EuroneRear
Rear Admiral A4mlraindJi cased < cnd Mr Mrs Rfarey nave naveclosed te teckMled tisveclosed
closed their place in Virginia V VIn and are areagain areagain
again In at their hot hOlftt on Sixteenth Street StreetJudge 8trMtJudae StreetJudge
Judge ChaiWiT Charles riH R Howry l7 of the crt Cewrtof crtoC Cantof
of Claims aa who bar h been aartoealy 111 at atAtlantic atAttIc atAtlantic
Atlantic City for some weeks we past te tereported IIInported Isreported
reported to be Improving rapidly but butas butJel butam
as yet it is unpc pstble Ible to tell just when whenhe whenhe whenhe
he will be able to resume his judicial judicialduties judicialduties lelal lelaldutMa
duties I Ir SJudge
Judge r Thomas w IIL t Anderson and fam family t tlIy fagnlY ¬
ily are again established eat bushed In their beau beautiful beauUfut beaulIful = ¬
tiful new home en c n New Hampshire Ave Avenue Aveape ve veRue ¬
Rue after spend pe d ng the summer in Colo Colorado CoIonuIo Colorado ¬
rado and visitinr Iltln J the St St Louis Exposi Exposition Zxposition ¬
tion en route Eafct EafctRepresentatives Ea EaReprelientaUvel EahtRepresentatives
Representatives Butler Ames Am of Bos Boston Dollton Boston ¬
ton who with Ids ds mother and sisters sistersoccupied statersoccupied t toccup1e4
occupied tbe Cori Cortrin > fn residence last JaatW sea aeaon season ¬
son will W l in tbe coming coml winter be at attoPeleh
gtoneleigh toPeleh Court whore wh re he has taken takenartmeot a
large apartment apartmentBACHELOR artmeotBACHElR
BACHELOR apartmentBACHELOR MAIDENS MAIDENSHOLD MAIDENSIIOLD MA1D NS NSHOLD
HOLD A MEETING MEETINGThe MEETING MEETINGThe
The first molting of the Junior Bache Bachelor Baeheor Bachelot ¬
lot Maidens ttnk at sok place Saturday at the thehome theIaoMe thehome
home of MlsatC Mlut C Estelle Thorn of Thir Thirtyfifth Tblttyftfth Thirtyatth ¬
tyfifth Street northwest POrth Yest After seine selections aeJeotkma seinethen ¬
tions then from Byron and Campbell ware wareread wereread en enJead
read there eitaued e asnd A lively discussion dtocuaaionAmong 4 4JltoDC discussionAmong
Among those present were Misses It Thorn ThornMarion TitersMarion
Marion King KlnA M Francis Frac Fra cis Nellie SuMI SuMIvan Sjltvan I Ian
van an Maude Uuith lmith and Mateie Smith SmithDINNER SInItJaDINNE Smithi
DINNER DINN DINNE EIR i ON HIS HISFIFTIETH IIISFIFTIErTH HISFIFTIETHI
FIFTIETH BIRTHDAY BIRTHDAYAssistant B IRS IIDAY IIDAYAssistant Y YAtant
Assistant Chief of Medical Reviews of ofCthe ofthe ofthe
the Bureau of Pension Pen lOWi Dr William C CUpham Ctpham CUpham
Upham celebrated his fiftieth birthday birthdayFriday birthdayPrlday birthdayFriday
Friday by byenwrtalnlna entertaining a dinner party partyta party partyIn
In his apartments at the Barthgidt Bart hold t The Theguests Thepests Theguests
guests were wereDr wereDr wereDr
Dr Adclfem A A Taylor Dr Charles Cbar E EOConnor EOConnor EOConnor
OConnor Dr Arthur T Randall BaPdaU Dr
Horatio B B HoUifield How Dr Benjamin J
Read Dr DrCbariea Charles S Rice Rice Dr Thad Thadoeus Thadsieu
oeus Q sieu Wl P Bet Dr Seilars John B j Bor ¬
land And William A Jenkins lenkl On be be ¬
half of the guests Dr Thaddeus P Bell Bellmade Hellmade Belmade
made a s aech > eech > of congratulation and andpresented aDdprnted aamMjpresented
presented Dr Upham with a handsome Andaorraegift handsomegift adlMMlllte
gift ft He s oke ke in rhyme rhymeI rbJrnel rhymeT1tZ
I T1tZ TJTE l WORLDS FAIR FAIRI P PAILme AIJt AIJtJI
I JI Some me e girls sir are so o buy preserving Plellervt their theircomplexion theirOOJDPexkr theirconplexIom
complexion that they thE have no time t to tohelp toaelp tohelp
help their mother preserve plum plumMore pUftUIMore pionsMore
More engagements eD ment would be broken If Ifthe Itthe Ifthe
the girt rt c Auld > uld make UD up her mind to give
back sucli a perfectly lovely lovely solitaire
A girt rt vo rmho o prefers a pug dog og to a baby ab abwilt
will flndtihe find e men willing to allow her to toexpress toeSPreM to toexpress
express bier r preference prete preferenceWhen ne neWhe
Whe When 1 he handsomest driver In the thusrace
race zeta Into a t a Idd cant help helpother
thinking thinkingrs = OJIIJY ky tM put t the
other at stout drltfer rs Uuit t keep keepa the t > flfmp frost pnq n
ing bur out o And nd iMt tttng Ing him througji tit
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TO VISIT CAPITAL GAPMLGreatGrandsons CAPITALGreat4fiantlsons
GreatGrandsons of Lomls LomlsPhilippe LotlllPhilippe LouisPhilippe
Philippe Coining Here HereTO H HereTO re reTO
TO LENOX IN A STREET CAR CARPrmee CARXr CARMr
Xr aN Mrs J James TWIll Will W1IIJI Spend SpendTien
JI Tien rmeea at t the Y YRE yupla
11 11PrIIIee RE < gld gldPriee
Prmee Louis and Prince Antoine dOr dOrlans dOrleaPa dOrleans
leans greatgrandsons eat of Louis Phil Philippe PIdlAppe Philhp ¬
ippe last King of France who WMbeen have havebeen havebeen
been much feted f and entertained at atLenox atLenox atLenox
Lenox left there this morning On for St StLouis at atLouia StLouis
Louis Their trip through this countrywill country countrywill countryww
will of course include Washington Washingtonwhere Wh WhwlMre Washingtonwhere
where it is expected much attention tloD willbe will willbe willbe
be shown W them themThese tbelnTIMa themThese
These two young Jo noblemen are mostdemaaratic Most Mostdemocratic M eiIn
democratic In their ways wa as was u utJMIr shown slmwufey shownby
fey their entrance into Lenox An seat aeddant aaeICleat seatdent
Cleat befell one of the tb horses used In hiconveying IneoPftJ1Dc Inconveying
conveying them to Ptttsfleld and they theyw theywets
w wets r obliged to walk for a abort aborttac8 din distance dinmace ¬
mace when they took the t trolley iroUeylid line lineand lineamid
and were thus tla ushered into the tlaefula tlaefulaIoRabIe lash fashionable lashlosable ¬
losable resort where they were to toeoataatlJ be beconstantly beconstantly
constantly feted fetedPrince fetedPrInce fetedPrince
Prince Leu LeIIarIePIIDippe is MariePhilippe is twenty twentysix twtyIx twentyClx
six Ix years 7 old oN and Prince PrlnocetenPhlippPranoots PrincetonPhilippe PrIRceuPhlUppe
tonPhilippe tenPhlippPranoots VnuMof dAsstee dAsaooatkheldiseielBuGe dAssteeMtehelOabrielRaplMeiaoasjUa 4 4MlebeIOUdelJlapeIo
MlebeIOUdelJlapeIo MtehelOabrielRaplMeiaoasjUa SI a as hi hiname him aias himname
name Is given la the Almanac JtJ de deIII Moths Mothsis
III 1 three t year hi hilt junior They are the thesons theIlOna thesons
sons of Prince chasten Comte e dEu d Ku and andI andtheir andtheir
I their grasdfatlpr Jrrua grandfather was Prince Louis LouisDue LouIaDue LouisDuo
Due de dePhilippe N Nesms second son of Louis LouIaPhWppe LouisPhilippe
Philippe PhWppeTIM PhilippeThe v vThe
The Due dOrlaaa dOr the head of the thefamily thefaIIdly thefamily
family te I the graadsoriof aad8OD of Louis Pntt Pnttivpes PbeIdat Phlippes
ivpes eldest son Tecdtamad r Seth are areofficers areoGIeen areedcer
officers in the Austrian Autr army armyOutofTown army annJOtttet
0 tefTewm Otttet r Osssia OsssiaMiss aetp aetpRooIIeftlt GeadpMiss
Miss Roosevelt arrived at Newport NewportSaturday Xewport8aturdayfor NewportSaturday
Saturday 8aturdayfor for another vhnt with Mn MnCornelius liraCorDell MrsCornelius
Cornelius CorDell Vanderbilt and a alarA alarAw large dinner dinnerwnl dinnerwill
will be given give v In Ilea honor tonightMr tonight tonightMr at atMr
Mr and lira Mr James Tindla the tbeM latter tetterMies latterMi
Mies M Mi Rebecca Knox who whorted were mar married ai airied >
ried at Valley Verge Saturday 8tuJo4uat arrived arrivedat
at the Virginia Hot Spring yesterday yesterdayand yesterdayand
and will spend their honeymoon aooa there thereThey tIMreThe thereThey
They found the resort quite quiteOvercrowd quiteOvercrowdwith overcrowded overcrowdedwith overaowdedwith
with guests from all part of the e country countryThe oou countryThe tr7 tr7The
The coming co of the bride and groom te tethe tete tothe
the Hot Springs had not been be beaDd heraedand berajded berajdedand
and aDd much praise Pl M ta to be given at ven photos photographer photosrather ¬
rather from the fact that the bride bridewas tN1deat bridewas
was at once recognised from fro tile pho photograph pbotopapU photographs ¬
tograph of her which have flooded the thecountry thecountry
country countryMr countryMr untl7 untl7Mr
Mr and Mn Mrs Oeo Oeoentertained George w wutertaJaed Wentertained
entertained at a a large largeurday CJI8Mr party lIt lItuJ Saturday
urday uJ eventac eve In n compliment co t to o oand JIIr Mr Mrand
and Mrs MqL Edward IL U Uhave DaJatteld who whohave
=
I have just t rtturaed r + un to lanes front theirw their theirformerly t tw
w journey and who ate atem
m CI1 ente entertgtnsd ln8d II Mnw WU was wasformerly
formerly MISs FolsomWASHI Folsom PoUomWASHINGTON Jaoaa JaoaaWASHINGTON
WASHINGTON WASHI NGTN MAN MANWEDS MANWEDSlN A N NWEDSINMARYLAND
WEDSINMARYLAND WEDSINMARYLANDB WEDS WEDSlN IN MARYLAND MARYLANDB
B BW W Taylor at Washington w and aadMis qdxa andMiss
Mis xa Margaret t Thorpy were married at atthe atue atthe
the home of the brides bride mother Uaer Mr MrMargaret IIInL IIInLMaJosuet MrsMargaret
Margaret Thorpy In Havre re de Oraoe OraoeWednesday Oraoewal OasessWednesday
Wednesday wal tlly by the Bev J P Fits FitsGerald ftaGerald PitaGerald
Gerald The ceremony took tom place placeJp ta n tne tneparlor there daerlor thereirlor
parlor > under a floral ball of chryaan chrysantlneatarns chryaanThe
1 tlneatarns tlneatarnsThe
1Tho
The bride was attired In a gown sewnIansdown pf pfLansdown tIaDadow
Lansdown over silk Ilk and carried a fan fanBar fan fanHer faDr
Her ornaments OIIt ra were narhx Mtaf Miq Han Hannah BaaPh Hannab
r nah Thorpy of Baltimore BaJUaao sister of the ticsbride thebride
bride b wa was maid of honor honorENGAGEMENTS boaorENGAGEMENTS hoarENGAGEMENTS
ENGAGEMENTS ENGAGEMENTSANNOUNCED ENGAGEMENTSANNOtN ENGAGEMENTSAN
ANNOUNCED ANNOUNCEDMr ANNOtN AN N ED EDM EDMrs
Mr M Mrs Armstrong rona widow of Cs Capt Pt FrankT Frank
T A Armstrong who lest t ala life In the thePhilippines tilePbUlpplaea thePhilippines
Philippines announce her engagement engagementto rneat rneatto
j to William WW Wbeatly Wbea y of 0 8treet Street Iacltv th this thiscttv g gcity
city cttvMr cltvIn
Mr In Mrs Armstrong A who ta a handsome handsomewoman haa haawoman handsomewoman
woman considerably th t the junior of ofWbeat1 MrWheatly Mr MrWbeatly
Wbeatly resided in Washington several severalyears lleveatyea seveeaiyearn
years yea ago when she occupied an apartment apart apartment apartment ¬
ment at the Everett but more recently
has lived ved abroad abroadShe ablOadSbe abroadShe
She was wa with Captain Armstrong AnasUCJDthe m mthe
the Philippines l hU1ppin s where he lost his life lifeand lifeand
and to well known In array y circles The Thewedding Tb Thewedding e ewedC
f wedding wedC l1 will take place next n xt month monthI mgDtbTb monthThe
I The Tb engagement la announced of hike
Theooosla Wallace Va Dace eldest daughter dauahterof of ofSurgeon
Commander Rush Wall11 re e U SN S N to
Surgeon Surg on Frank L L Pleadwell U S K
The wedding wUl take place next month monthat montAat mQnthat
at the Wallace ullace residence t > sidente in Massachu Masaehunetts Massachusetts Maaaachuetts ¬
setts Avenue A vtnue this city cat MUs Wallace Wallacewas WaJlaCtWIUi Wallacewas
was educated ducat d chiefly cbatd abrc abrd br d and ta very ver verclev veerclever
clever clev r and accomplishes accomplishesTERRIFIC ilccompUibcTERRIFIC uecomplshecTERRIFIC
TERRIFIC GALE SWEPS SWEPSBANKS SWEPSSANKS SWEPSBANKS
BANKS OF NEWFOUNDLAND NEWFOUNDLANDST NEWFOU NDLAN D DST
ST JOHNS N F Oct 17For 17Forfbrtyelent liForfortyelgbt 17Forfortyeight
fbrtyelent hours pact a a severe aev le gate gatethe piethe galethe
the worst of the season aeaaon < has been b raging raginghere raata8here raginghere
here and many disasters among the thefishing tlteftahlne theSatming
fishing fleet on the Grand Banks and on onthe onthe onthe
the coast of Labrador are feared Large Largenumbers Larlrenumben Largenumbers
numbers of vessels veue are ar homeward bound boundthe boundthe boundthe
the fishing season having ha vin closed clOlJed and in isevitably inevitably IaevJtably ¬
evitably many of them must have been
driven ashore or foundered fuunderedONE foupdere4ONE founderedONE
ONE LIFE LOST IN FIRE FIREAT FIREAT FIREAT
AT ENTERPRISE COLLIERY COLLIERYSIIAMOKIN COLLIERYSHAMOKIN COLLIERYSIIAMOKIN
SIIAMOKIN Pa Oct 17The BatorMice Bator JBntarprtoe JIntrW
Mice colliery owned by W L L Connell ConnellCo a aCo kCo
Co of Scranton and employing TOO TOOm toom 70Hmen
m men n and boys boy caught fire this moraine moraineStanislaus JIIorniqc8tanlaUJ morningStanislaus
Stanislaus Ossowitx OII8owl assistant tal1t pump pumprunner pwaP pwaPrunner pumprunner
runner was smothered to death deathWhether deathWhether deathWhether
Whether others lost their lives te un unknown Uknown unknown ¬
known as the rapid spread of flames flamesevented ftaJaEav famesprevented
prevented evented v tad an exploration of the theII1amea minesFlames mines mineslames
Blames lames leaped lea from rom the mouth of theslope the theslope tMope
slope ope indicating lndlcaU t a conflagration c onfiagra tion tlo of a avery avery avery
very serious natureTHOUGHT nature natureTHOUGHT JureTHOUGHT >
THOUGHT WHITE MJtJC STINGY STIHGYWhen 8rIJfGYWhe11 STINGYWhen
When on a visit to New York a few fewmonths fewmontba fewmonths
months ago 0 Chief Joseph the Neal XesPerco NuPereo NealPerm
Perm suchcm who died recently was wasinspected waalnapected wasInspected
inspected by society leaders as a great greatcuriosity tIrc rent rentcuriosity t
curiosity At a reception In Madison Madisatsquare
square uar Garden the old d warrior Warrior remarkedthat remarked remarkedthat
that the white braves brav were very stingy
because they djdnt give I ve their squaw squawenousfe aqua aquah squawq
enousfe clothing to decently tly cover thei theiwhich
which b wa was his net method of ooiSr exdt expfr2 expfr2disapproval ex ext
dt disapproval aperoval of oft t IiIflPriOf fe fclfib < blo W deoi deoisown rte tteQwoDotiott rteggwuDetrOlt
sown QwoDotiott Detroit Bventajr Ne en W a
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1 A MUCHABUSED MAN MANDeclares MANDeclar MANDeclares
Declares Declar His Prophecies Proph cies of Dire Happenings as Result of ofRace ofl ofRace
l L Race Question Have Been j jse0nstriied strued
NSW YORK Oct CTJoha Trample TvmptaOmve T Ta Tramplearms
arms a CHer ff the HA Atlanta glean Daily DailyNew Da117Nwa DalyNews
New Nwa the Southern orator Journalist Journalistand jouraaUatliaa4 journalistand
and publicist la in New York studying studyingtbe atud7 atud7tJae studyingthe
the lu lasses of the the1M nattenal y fat campaign campaignfrom campaignfrom
from 1M a Democratic point of view viewMe viewMr viewMrs
Me Graves declare that since aiI1 the days daysof daJ daJat daysof
of Aaron Burr no nan ban teen heaRpenIaUJ morepersistently more morepersistently
persistently misrepresented and aDddeIed alan alandered slandered ¬
dered that he ha bas and that Ill Hke Aaron Aaronstopped aIODBIIIi AaronBrut
BIIIi he has never denied a ctaarp or oratoppe4 orstopped
stopped to correct a spends tender He He1fw ha hateen baa baabeen
teen charged with advocatta ad advocating lynch 17 lawht law lawta JawID
ta the South and the revival of the theKuKlnx theuJOux theHaYImC
KuKlnx Plan a ahis aa a aJawaee mesas Of wppra wpprafug
fug his Jawaee lawteeaenea and tape among the thenegroes 1MIM thengroes
negroes IM negroesNever
Cerruta Responsible RBtltJNever ResponsibleNever
Never In my life said Mr Grave Gravehave Ora Orabave Graveshave
have I advocated either proposition tloa I Ihave Ibave Ihave
have simply told the truth about 1MIet met meta IaOta IaOtanJa sets setsas
as a they exist and a as they t were likely Uketyto IIkeIJto likelyto
to continue Careless CIPe correspondent COIJ Ifta to tothe Sathe inthe
the South have taken disjointed dtaJo ted paraarapba paragraphs para paragraph ¬
graph from my editorial and have havesent baresent y yHRt
sent out broadcast t to Northern DeW DeWpen newspapers news newspaper ¬
paper pen the story that Iadvocatedlynch Iadvocatedlynching I advocated adYoc ted lynch lynching ¬
ing and the revival of the J aJDUx aJDUxPoUtJeaI KuKluxPolitical KuJdux KuJduxPolitical
Political capital ha has bee been made out outof outof outof
of the report and discredit d cast on the theSouth theSouth theSouth
South because b uae a representative reprelfeDtaUveChA man manchampioned mancbampioned
championed ChA ecI such fearful heresies b ret In Inpoint 1apoint Inpoint
point of fact I have bav done no such thing thtagthe thma thmal thinguI
uI l aay aY tf if t the JIedera1 Ffederal courts courtsC courtssttth
ua the sttth tfeoL orit of ° the State Stater fate fatethe
c 10 de r gprobability wXh WItIt the theIn theIn lyncher
in all probability the Southern lynchers lynch lynchers tyaellen
ers would no longer act actin In daylight and
the open ope but would resort to the thesecrecy theaeerecy thesecrecy
secrecy and the midnight m t mystery of
the KuKlux to avoid detection ete tlGn and sodpunishmnent andpunishment
punishment pw Thl This was prophecy not notadvocacy notSQYOCSCy
advocacy advocacyBELM advocacyBELGIUM SQYOCSCyBELGIUM
BELGIUM REPLIES REPLIESTO REPLIESTO REPLIESV REPLIESMISSIONARIES
TO MISSIONARIES mamSpecial
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Special Attorney Calls Upon Uponthe Uponthe U P Phe of
the President PresidentPRESENTS Presidcwti PresidcwtPRESENT PresidentPRESENTS
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PRESENTS 9ffICAL OFFICIAL PAPERS PAPERSBedaiei PAP PAPERSDedares RS RSi RSDwIa
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Bedaiei DwIa Stares atri About Atrocities ix ixCanfs ae ixGaup
Canfs e Free Pr State Are A i Untrue UntrueA
k Buaodd Buaodda Zxa gscadsd gscadsdAs
A As a medal representative J of Kteg KtegLaepoid XIIIol lUngLeopold
Laepoid of Belgium ta the capacity of ofattoMwy ofa ofattorney
attorney a of oltbe the Federation tIoa tortIIa tortIIa9C for or th tiro De Defense DpoC ¬
fense 9C C Belgian Interests ba Abroad OoU OoUone cot cotoaelrerary co1anal
one oaelrerary anal henry fonry I ICorwalsky of San R Fran Franciscpl Pnmeit Franclsen
ciscpl called on President Pre Roosevelt R Roosevelt to today to todap today ¬
day to t lay Ia before bel him certain document documentrefuting aeu aeuretuttlur deeurasmts deeurasmtsrefuting
refuting the charges e of cruelty to ittv na native astires ¬
tires ttv made in i connection e with the gov government IJOtlDJI1ent government ¬
ernment of the Congo C Free State StateColonel StateCoIo StateColonel
Colonel rl Korwalsky ta a San BanJaW7ft Francisco Franciscolawyer Franciscolawyer
lawyer who represents the Belgian in interest ID IDtenIRa interests ¬
terest as attorney In the United States StatesHe lliat lliatBe StatesBe
Be ta s highly esteemed ted by Kin hang Leopold Leopoldwho Le pol4wIIo Leopoldwho
who knows him personally nrsonalyLearning personallyLearning MnOnallyLesrRIR
Learning that pressure ta being beingbroturht beIaCbNludat beingbrought
brought to bear on President ldefttto Roosevelt Rjecoveltto Rooseveltto
to Intervene im rvei ta the Congo matter the theFederation tb tbYwleradon theFederation
Federation which Colonel Korwaldty Korwaldtyremseats Korwalsky Korwalskyrepresents y yNlllftleata
represents deemed It expedient to make makea
a presentation of Belgiums ease at tins tinstime tIdadIae thislice
time lice
dIaexplai
Xxflaiae xplai Situation SiivatieaColonel SittMtBOolone1 SituationCMonel
Colonel Korwalsky said today in I expittaatloa ex explanation extao ¬
planation tao of the great amount of publldty pub pubHetty pub pubIIdt7
Hetty given to the charges of miagov miagoverament aklgoverameat
erament t In the Congo Free State that thatBelgium thatBelPum thatBelgium
Belgium Belgium was being assailed by I a few fewIndividual fe fevt4ua1 fewindividual
Individual vt4ua1 missionaries m1a lonartea operating ta taebnjunction mjqcdon faeem
ebnjunction eem jqcdon with the Liverpool Asso Association IIIIOlatloL Assodatfoa ¬
ciation which he said had certain certainamen certainaxes
axes 10 grind In the Congo Catholic Catholicmissionaries CaUMilleIAR Catholicmissionaries
missionaries IAR he 118 said had never made madeaay madeaJ madeany
any complaint nt as to Congo condition conditionand ooauJltloatM conditionsand
and the whole attack be said w was un unwarranted unwarranted unwarranted ¬
warranted warrantedTo
To prove this th1a he had rat his poe posses possession poaeaatoa s ssion ¬
sion any number of statements from fromprominent troaapIOIBIneot fromprominent
prominent men me of many y natlosatldas natlosatldasBaron national nationalBaron aat aatBaron
Baron Monoheur Mon beur the Belgian minister ministerta JDinIaterIn
In vigorous terms today denounced a arecent at aresent
recent t statement of M Morel to the ef effect elfeet eftest ¬
feet that he the tbeJftlalater minister was lOt > not ot anthm4sed au aunot ku kuthOlbed
thOlbed to speak k ill behalf ot the Coo Coooell1Dt Congothat
government oell1Dt for the reason reasonnot that be did didDOt
not represent rep t that federation federationThe federatloaThe federationTh
Th The minister characterises character characterisesattack M Morel Morelattack Morelttack a
attack ttack a as unwarranted unwarrantedcause uQwarraate4In
In In defense of BBelglthe BBelglthecause U1II when the thecause
cause ta Just I feel t that I a ant au auUtorised authorbled authorised
Utorised to speak on any and llltocccch all occa occaaIona ° 5C 5Csions
sinus M Morel to the contrarystanding contrary notwith notwithstanding notwtthattandlna ¬
standing said Baron Moncheur MoncheurDEAD MoaeMurDEAD MoneheurDEAD
DEAD MANS BODY BODYFOUND BODYFOUND BODYFOUND
FOUND IN WATER TANK TANKCUMBERLAND TANKCUMBERLAND TANKCUMBERLAND
CUMBERLAND Md Oct 17SearCh 17SearChera 17S 17 e8reb e8reblaat arch archers
ers last night found the body of J JCCNIClove JamesC4egrove James JamesCosgrove
Cosgrove aged ed fiftyfour standing in tahqe a aat ahuge
huge water tank ta nine feet of water waterat waterat
at Eckhart EckhartOnea Mines The mans both bothere arms armswere armswere
were ere w wrapped Ded tightly around the inflow inflowptoe tallowpipe Inflowpipe
pipe asifta JJ 1t f In an n effort to climb out out55JT outHe outHe
of the plant plantand plantaDC phuta
55JT He was wa night t watchman
a and had been missing since ee late Friday Fridayt Frida Fridat Fridaynight
night t t How he fell in is a mystery mysteryINDIANA JlQateryINDIANA mysteryINDIANA
INDIANA DOG WILL WILLHAVE WILLHAVE WILLVE
HA HABOONEYILLL HAVE VE RUBBER FOOT FOOTBOONEYILLK FOOTDOONEVILT
BOONEYILLK Ind Oct 17 17A A lubber rub rubber tub tubbeor ¬
ber foot ta being manufactured for an anEvansville anEvanaV anEvansville
Evansville 1e dog and before long 0A8 the UMmal ant animal antfiat ¬
mal will don do hte hi pedal appendage and andagain andpln awlagain
again pln be able to put four feet on the theground thecround theground
ground groundThe croundThe groundThe
The dog belongs to James Wooley Woole A Ashort Ashort Ashort
short time ago It was run over 0 by n astreet nstreet nstreet
street car and one fore foot was cut offThe off offThe oilThe
The dog fs s areamt a great pet and the family familydecided faunUycIeclded familydecided
decided to replace the severed foot with witha
a rubber one oneJUtV one1tEY oneRE
JUtV RE MR HR WICK1CR WI WICILZR SURPRISED SQRPRISEDWhen SURPRISEDWhen StJRPJtISEDWhen
When Wicker the Chicago C pitcher pitcherwas phdaerwaa pitcherwas
was a young you fellow pAtch pitching on a eel college 0011etJe eelloge ¬
loge team In the south a preacher uncle uncleof uaoleof uncleot
of his went out to see him pitch a game gameWhat eWbat gasseWhat
What are those preliminary signs signsi AIpathat signsthat
i that the catcher ta making he asked askedHe aakedHe askedHe
He s signing Wicker the sort of ofcurve ofcurve ofcurve
curve be wants him to throw volun volunteered volunteered volunteered ¬
teered a bystander bystanderDo b bDo
Do you mean n to say 7 sir tr that Uaa he hey and andmy amidV amidnephew
my V y nephew are eonnHrtng ODRP together to todeceive tov toeeelve
deceive v the battar battarYou batterr batterrYou batt r rYou
You might labt put it that t way I sup aupJtacI supAnd un
And th th1 18 a Christian CbriaUaaF CbriaUaad sigh sighUM
UM F YOeit
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I did say that the thewas eaSbreMal eaSbreMalwas
was no longer mtlmloated by the legal legalprnaltto fckgalPenalties a1I1IUee
I Penalties of today which mad him a abevoaad aate ahero
hero bevoaad aar6 the tin oynosure symt inure of all eyes s 4 hi hiewermlea hIs IdIc hIssacuds
ewermlea c hat that tJaatnature hte htenature SOpesiltlamr SOpesiltlamrnature
nature might t be more re influenced and andintimidated aDdr andintimidated
intimidated IaUmida tea by a legal lerprt 1 pm punishment hment of ofnarkneas fitten ofDoss
r narkneas Doss and mystery ten ta which he hewould JMWOuld hewould
would cross a scaffold 014 into a chamber chamberof chamberlor
lor of mMnlght t darkness and meet rsaeet a fate fateknown faeI fatsknown
I known only to the tt law and its Itai gee grlatexecutioner geeexecutioner
i executioner This I yet believe believeI
i I did say J that lynching I DD were likely likelyto IJk IJkto likelyto
to continue UPue so long as the central otrlne otrlnewhich an anwhleb crt1Nwhich
which rapfred to continued tlD unles u the thedUatory UtedUator thedilatory
dilatory and ineffective Im eetIn laws could coaIdne de devise d dvise ¬
vise a punishment punish nt t ao swift and ao4Iete so soplete men menplete
plete as a to satisfy utJ the honor and aw awdignaHmi hi hidlgrnadon lit littJoa
dignaHmi tJoa which sweeps ees the Berlin IBM IBMa 1tea
a stem when Us pure r and vtrtuoe wo women wemen 0 0me ¬
men me meet a a fate tat4eatb inteitely worse fhaa fhaadeath thawhs
death 4eatbPIICIbt Facts Ps u Ket f fuat < Advice AdviceTat AevleeThat
That was a fact and not BOtIt an advoeaey advoeaeyIt
It was the plain truth based upsm usen the theknowledge tJMkaoe theknowledge
knowledge of human nature D DClllAiataaee and aa > aequalstaneeV ae aeqjaaiatance
qjaaiatance with the awful awtulwbIeIa todigmUion todigmUionwhich Indtgnntionwhich
which Southern men fed over the tMof cxima emdmsof cximaof
of crimes It was a thalleasjn 1 to ourcivilization our ourcivilization oarcivUkatioa
civilization to produce a remedial agent agentin aatba agentism
in law as effective e e and a as eaersvtic ucthe as asthe asttie
the mob mobThe mobJbao mobThe
The women w me of the South have nave ve a right rightto riCbtto rightto
to an untenrined CTlstenos e If the law lawdoes lawdoes W WdoeII
does not give ve it to them the people who whemake wIaeaake whomake
make the law will always alwa act This Tatamay T TMaY Thismay
may not be as a it ought to be but It Is ass as asit asIt
it Is and as It always al waYIt will be until legalretrlbutln legal legalretribution Ie Ieretributlaa
retribution came comes full and swift witt and 4 ter terrible c crlble terrible ¬
rible rlbleuLatI7
ribleLastly
Lastly I believe that sepsrattion eC eCthe efthe ofthe
the races ta the only possible and per permanent JMneot ps psmanent ¬
manent neot healing of the race prohlemThin p problem problemOUTINeS
Thin view 1 em ready to maintain maintalaaaJ is isany
any ferns of reason reaaoOUTINGS reasonOT1NGS
OUTINGS COIimEE COIimEEI GOIIITIEEHEARS
HEARS SEASn HEpB 6 EPflflT EPflflTMush KT KTI
I Mush GMt Aeen 1 1 a imi oS de deYi5 I Iw
I Yi5 Wesltsr b7 Fteaswe te the theTver t1Iaftw thehr
Tver ef IIIAla ofAn GBy GByAa
Ala Aa Important l > t meeting g of the theoatinga sSswer V VonUnp
oatinga 011 committee was held to the theera UenI gut gutoral
era oral enIon r oasee ce of the k Aaodatwt socaf d Charities Charitieson
on Saturday SatJoIua John Joy oy Mda Kdaon m ehafrfsan ehafrfsanJohn ehabrs aa aaJohn
I John B 11 Sleman jr Cnjno H Rudolph RudolphMr Rudolphlira RudolphMrs
Mr lira H H B F Maefarland the Rev RevJohn BevJC RevJohn
John oIu1 Van Schaick A Ltaocr Frederick FrederickX
X 1 Moore Prof B T Janney Charles Charlesr CIIarIeaWeller
r Weller Dr IirGeorge George M II ICober and andWallace ladWana andWallace
Wallace Hatch Hate being present present1r predsatReport to toI
I 1r Report rt was t macs by j the ansMnt s sltnnt vtoat vtoatretary sin seeretary sinretary
retary who had charge of aU work for forthe forbe forthe
the committee a aa to the sOUIIIs of ofthe ofU1e ofthe
the summej The report showed ahos that thatm tbaicar thati
i > l m outln car tickets had beestindi beestindiciously be we wedoualy medb medbcleanly
cleanly given away under the supervis supervision v vloa nspervkion ¬
ion of the agents of the Aauj Associated AssociatedCharities A naelatedC atM atMChaxitlea
Charities C that t an outta CMI had been given fttveaby pvaby givenby
by Mr LoeSner and Mr Guile at ahome their theirhome theirhome
home on Brtghtwood Avenue Av to nearly psnrlyeighteen nearlyeighteen ItyteeR
eighteen teeR hundred children and otherthat mothers mothersthat JMtberaUaat
that the employe of the navy yard nlloDIItDc be bekraging belonging
longing to the Ordnance Relief ZeIkftie Aaaoem Aaaoemttoa aeeIatJoa
ttoa tie had Iaa4hUDdre4 given an excursion te fear fearhundred tsarhundred
hundred children at River View vawv1 mw mwviding providing
viding v1 not only the excursion tiekat tiekatbut UokeUbut eeta eetabut
but lunch lURCh car tickets and ADdtbat amusements amusementsthat amuamlwststhat
that The Washington Times bad furnish furnished funIIalae4 furnished ¬
ed a a similar excursion xc to Marshall Hail Hailthat J a1Ithat Malithat
that Mr Berens Bere of the Seeing Wash Washington W WIJ1CtoD WashIngton ¬
ington Automobile e had loaned the tileone bigIW big bigf
IW f one evening to a party of ofthat mother motherthat motherthat
that the Unitarian and First fniuiiaga C CtioDal Camgsgutfonal fniuiiagational
tional Churches had taken parties on In Interesting tIIt Interesting ¬
teresting t restlDC excursions and that many moonycharitably manycharitably 7 7charitably
charitably inclined individuals had badtheir opened open
I ed d their homes or lawn to smaller IIIIIaUerbere aam atpmbers aambers
bers bere furnishing the happy youngster youngaRerswith youngsterwith y
with refreshments and sending them thtmhome themhome
home delighted with the hospitality phal1ty phal1tyd
Camp Good Will and what had ba4tumiateeI been
done d there te through hro r the summer mcnthm mcnthmfurninI th thfurnished
furnished furninI ed an interesting account In
tbe first t and experimental ex rtmeDtIil year 44 clUl clUldren childress
dren and mothers were taken care cl clan rI rIal clan ¬
an average number of fortyseven per perweek perweek
week Of these 416 had hadbeeP been chBdeW c cwomen c4t
M women and mothers moth and 2 CThe men
The average a stay tay at the Camp Cam was wasone
one week but in fiftysix cases for for forcial forcia ape apeclal
cia reaaonsIneludtna reasons Including poor health ion
fortunate conditions oDdltio in the home hoaleo or ormother ormother ormother
mother in the hospital hospttaJthe the stay tq was
lengthened to two two three th or more waits
The appeal for funds furniture eowa
horses playthings and many other othernecessary otharnecessary
necessary and useful articles articlesready received receivedready eeIIfN4JtadJ
ready response ponae 1S43 315443 U443 being beta the tb totalof total totalof tDta1of
of money donations for all ptisss of lummer the thwsummer thesummer
summer outings outln work workKANSAS workKANSAS workuNSVAS
KANSAS mm mi miNOT WillHOT Wft WftNOT
NOT TRAVEL ON CIS CISAfraii GA1RSAha OM OMAfraid
Afraid Aha ef Ae Acdsant tlIci Ideust Kt IL ana aM Us HM HMATCH1SON 1l Me MeWI1pop e ertM
WI1pop rtM te I b lilt liltATCHI80K visitV visitV visitATGHISON V
V
ATCH1SON Kan Oct 13 1111 1111ra Mr and andMr aadMrs
Mrs Mr ra James 1 Wheeler of Horton want 1IIIIttto wantto wantto
to visit relative ta Iowa Jowato but owing owingto
to the numerous rtllrnad acidnta a afuao re refine refuse ¬
fine to go on the tJaeIIr ears carsMr earsMr
Mr Wheeler ha baa purchased a apu spa eC eCgood ta Kgood
good hone and a light IIIiKwlU wagon awe awewill sad sadwilt
will drive dri e to Iowa Mr Wheeler te a aland alaIu1 aland
land owner ta this vicinity and adwealthy te tewealthy Iswealthy
wealthy He has made several vera veravtalbl anal anavalvisits analvisits
visits to Iowa Mr Wheeler said to tonight to tolat tonight ¬
night nightIt nightIt latU lat
It ha has come to such uch a pas pass nowadays nowadaysthat ao aothat nowadaysthat
that cue cant get on board a train with withany Withay withany
any certainty that he will wIDdhttlD reach his hisdistinction himdirtinn
distinction dhttlD Uoa alive and unhurt I dont dontpropose t tJIOpOIe tpropose
propose to run any an y risk of being beIIIsup smYh smYhed seab seabed ¬
ed up in a railway raIIw accident I know knowhorses JIaowhone howhorses
horses and would a whole lot rather rathertrut ratilertrullt rathertrust
trust them I expect a pleasant trip inand tripand
and will 111 reach Iowa before the tileplll weather weatherget weathergets
get plll cold coldCarvel
eoJ4C
C CAPTAIN Pr IP GZOIbIGZ GZOIbIGZCarrel CDO CDOCarvel
Carvel Hall possesses VVTJ7 a colored sell 111IIIboy hsilboy sellboy
boy who ta the matter tter of nlsgsat lan language ilia iliaeJ1 innguaje ¬
guage can put It all over overaccomplished OIIW OIIWaceompUabed m ssy tin tinaccomplished
accomplished scholar of the white wMtapersuasion W1dteQenuaalon whiteRerssasion
persuasion RerssasionHis QenuaalonUta persuasionHte
His name ta George and he ha bas the theword uwon theword
word Captain In gold 014 letter lettelllb snrona aelrosshis snronabis
b his sleeve eeve His accent a nt te altogether alocetberUke va unlike vaUke
Uke that of the ordinary negro epoo and to tohear tor tobeam
hear r him speak without ithout ithoutue seeing him hsmthe himthe
the auditor would Imagine that he nail 1taIled hailed nailed ¬
ed from somewhere wlaen about Boston or orbridge 01airnbwe orm orThe
airnbwe m bridge bridgee
The e other of day a guest was wason reesaaig reesaaigp
on the odd arrangement of the thewhich aoeer aoeerwb1da
p which filch te mad up P of old and andThe new newThe R Rne A
The captain replied You will willunderstaDd r runderstand riy riyunderstand
understand eaptaiDili the situation uaUODo tion sir when waaL whencvrwyrehemd yo yoth
cvrwyrehemd L 1M th wbaWry hestsiry is IIIter ater a mat matter ¬
ter of fbllprovta Improvtea

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