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2 TBE WASHINGTON Vl TIMES TI TUESDAY + ESDdY OCTOBER 18 1904
faial dispatches teMa that tllett are 1 masterpiece masterpieceI at Vieoes VieoesI
I t aJTUOnt aJTUOntIt aRueaeIt JOJea JOJeaI
It I t Is oAciaQy admitted u that the It Itsi Ru Ruau Ru Ruan
si an left wing wu wa hard hit The onlyumtorting only onlyComforting oalyv
Comforting v news new U an Stem Ite published pubUllhecieve publishedlust
lust l tst evening eve announcing 1UIclIqr the capture of ofLone ofLone ofLone
Lone Tree Hill Just north of Sakhe SakheRiver 8akheRiVtr SakbeRiver
River from which the Japanese 1 after afterterrible afterterrible I Ittrrlble
terrible fl fighting hting were dislodged d lo ced leaving leavingeleven lavingeleven a
eleven gun CUM one of them t a Qatling QatlingA Oat OatA I
A private dispatch Itclt ha has been received receivedscribing reeevj
j s scribing ribing the nercene lieree fereeness of the fighting njchtingat ft I Ii
at i t this point The Sixth z b company eoaaPaDY of ofihe othe ofhe
ihe he Twentythird Siberian Regiment Regimentwhich Readmentwhich ot otwhich
which flat mad made the attack attack lost ave out outjf outJt outur
jf six officers and almost t every everyThe man manThe nrsaaThe
The commanding oncer o8ker oS cer gallantly leap leaping leapug leapihg ¬
ing a redoubt was hoisted ho ted upon the thebayonets thebayonets theam
bayonets of the Japanese e and thrown thrownback thrownback
back rolling down am lull lullKuropatkm hillKuro I
Kuropatkm Kuro Utfn o ha hU been at the front sowrat sow aevtral MYal
tral rat al times times He Is described ribed aa calmly calmlyuiiiluriing ee alyIIllIluNin eeRe1ynducting
uiiiluriing IIllIluNin operations while shells beU were werebursting wereii ere ereLJ
bursting LJ around him himAdmiral b1IIAdmiral hintAdmiral
Admiral Alexleff upon upon hearing sounds soundsni
ni ni 1 approaching approach flrioc art ordered Qld rQtI a special epseiaitrain cIaJtrain specialtrain
train and hastily ba8t hastily retired retired to Harbin thus thusr th thrpNltlfl
r rpNltlfl gating his Slight from M hfakden + tkden when whithe whenhe w wh
he h heard that LlaoYang L1ao Yaq was taken takenThe takeDThe takenThe
The Red Cross detachment ha bas been beenordered beenordered
ordered to proceed at once to Saeherta SaehertaGeneral BaellaltaGHral Bachatlmc 1
General c < feral Lfcnevitch is taking ak akt measure measuret
t < > give the Japanese I a warm w wupon reception recaptionup
up upon un < > n their proposed visit there thereA
A rumor was w circulated around aIOU84pity aro ad Ace faemy Acertty
my last night that General KuraW It ItlkHl fca fcabitn kM kMbfl
bitn captured capturedRUSSIANS capturedRUSSIANS capturedRUSSIANS
RUSSIANS HOPETO HOPET HOPE HOPETO
TO T CHECK CHECK JAP JAPS JAPSST AP APST l lST
ST PKTBB8BUBO Oct Oct ttTha ATileclal c gee geeoral a acral
oral staff tatr expresses the hope that the theadvance tileadance theadvance
advance of th tM Japanee I + psnee ha has been stop stopPt stoppd top toppd
Pt pd > d at the Sha ha River The IIIeha Russians Russianshave Rnsttlanshave
have ha ve held their positions on the north northBide uI northtilde
Bide I IJt of the river for the past three threeU days daysGt daysGt
U Gt llEralllJtharotr < neral Sakharoff reports that on Bat Saturday Batunlay Baturday ¬
urday the Japanese Japan attacked the Bus Busbian Runbiu
biu bian center and were repulsed On Oathe Oatherlt theu the thentxt
ntxt rlt u x xt t day two Russian regiments attack attacked atlaeked ¬
ed an isolated position po lUOft held Id by the UJap UJapale3e Jap Japauese tap taplut
auese lut dislodged them and an4tv forced them themto cheepto
to retreat across the Sha IIbu H Btvrr ver Seder Sedercover nndrrcover
cover < u r of their artillery TIM T Tafter TIMlitttr reserves reservesafter
after a hpt battle drove the Ja Jafrom 1 1frum Japanese Japanesefrom
from a second position while an artilleryd artillery artillerydul
d du dul ud t was wa proceeding In to the left front frontPoMtiftv froatPeIIitioa frontPwitis
PoMtiftv Captvni CaptvniThe Capttae1Ite ptUIII ptUIIIThe
The Russians following up their suet sue suecs ue uetS
< cs pursued the Japanee I for two kilo kilometers Jdlomdtrs kiloneters ¬
meters The fighting was w not coaled un until until ¬
til morning m > rniDa Then It wa wu found that thatthe thatthe
the tll Russians had captured the whole wholeJapanese wIaGIeJa wholeJapanese
Japanese Ja are e position IKN tlon and that elevenard eleven eveaJP1D8 eveaJP1D8wd man manand
and on one Maxim had fallen into their theirhands tlaelrjlti theirbands
hands handsA jlti ud udA
A further dispatch from General 0eDeral1aroa Sak Sakha ah ¬
ha 1aroa roff says ay that on Saturday the Japa Japaattacked Iapart
rt r 3 attacked at tacked the t Russian right t trh Sank SankThe clankThe
The rh Russians Ru delivered a counter attack attacka attackI1lid attackand
a and iid succeeded in occupying Ltohinpu IJshlapujaptmw LtohinpuJapan LIa pu puJa
japtmw Ja Japan 3raary 3raaryA Bnvwrr BnvwrrA ft ftdispatch
A A dispatch to the Vledou Viedomosti dated datedyesterday datedesterday tecl teclItStt
yesterday ItStt > rdlt at Mukden states that a agenera alleraJ aEeuerul
Eeuerul genera lleraJ of division who was wounded woundedIn
In the foot and whose troops were a part partof partof
of a force told off to bold the rocky rockyheights rockyheights
heights on the east t front tro t of ot the Russian RuW4iaaJine Russianline
line during dllr last weeks w battle passed passedUrougii psiitidHi
truuh Hi rough Mukden yesterday y and said saidTh BaldThe
Th The attack of the Japanese I was of ofKI offfti
KI untuardof character Their lousew louse limstiswere
were Wer w re ti tlrr1ble rrtble as the troop had to climb climbiii cbhlwost climbaiwost
iii hlwost moat vertical slope ale > pe m III the face of a ahail ahtiJ ahail
hail of bullets T The Twentythird Iwe third Si Siberian i ibrtan ¬
berian 1 rian Regiment ot lifted into ihe air sevt sevzertl sevttril v vHd
tril Japaneaeon JapaaeAf OR the point of their bay bayonets bayHs bayC ¬
onets C tets Hs The Turk Turkish war was w a Joke to toOKU totls tob
b this knee tneOKU kneei
i OKUADNO OKU AND NODZU NODZUTO U UT
TO T TOCR CRUSH CRUSHTOKYO SH l REAR REARTOKYO E B BTOKYO
TOKYO Oct JI lThe he result t4 the thelighting thet thefighting
lighting t yesterday on the Japanese Wtwitera Wt WtW toftwhere
where W I Oku and Nodauace Noell u are cooperating cooperatingto IT t ttu
to worry worJthe the Russian a retreat and in at atirmpu athmpu attempts
tempts to crush the tbeb enemys rear guard guardis
is i not known yet It to unofldally v re reported reIJurted reported ¬
ported however t owever that it wa W8 going fav faviiai favJ favwably
wably iiai J ll > > ly for the Japanese Japaneseuku Jaeuku Japsneeuku
uku attacked toe t e main 0 force of the theItasalai theH
H 1 Itasalai clsala It right aiming 1 to prevent ssveat t the en enemy eaIImy emrh ¬
emy rh y from uater Ybg the railway N way H Jar Jarpied t twcu twcupud OCe OCeitd
pied itd Wufukiatum at noon Auidging AuidgingI du dut
I t or battalions of infantry an n several severallotteries several severalL Yal Yalhnene8
lotteries L tteriee of artillery and afterward f he hejvi her
J jvi q > uUtd with great t loa lees an artillery artilleryt artilleryniter
t niter uter attack
attackRaw ttackT Raw Txaafja
Attack A ttaeka and counter attack alternated aIw1iWUPOut alteesltted alteeslttedthroughout alternatedthroughout
throughout the day 1Ian Many of tilef the RIU RIUE Rn RneUna
f eUna 1 h ns engaged on the right were new adtt anduiparently and andapparently
apparently tt > IarenUy raw troop troop Ther nterhuw e d4 4 not antltuw nottliow
> tliow huw the stebborenss stubborn t nees of the uJ ffci rraiia rraiiaIt
J It t I U believed that the etaD4 stand being
made b by the Russian right to to enablethe enable enableit
t the it t man main army to cross the Hun lUYerl Riverti River Riverthe
ti the northern bank of which hlch to it itTtrenehed ItJocrI1jtr ttronciy
intrenched 1jtr nched ItU It to expected that tAe Bur Sy Sywill Riuwil
11 will make another stand there
There to little news new concerning the
Jar Japanese anNe > right bt Nothlo Nothing has been re retived
< 1 t tived ived d confirming the report that a a large
JLu Jtussian ldan force hU ha been isolated thereXaay thereYaay there thereMany
Many Mn Yea nmtttiat CanaNiaPie nmtttiatThe Itiw Itiwfhe
The fighting yesterday eRenta greatly U1Dereas U1Dereased Incrased hacreas hacreased
ed the oaroaltie The number of Rum It Itlal1ll Rumetans Rusetana
etana lal1ll killed to now 110 placed at 17M 17 t but butt butthlll butthie
thlll t > la apparently t to largely oonjeeturad oonjeotursdThe oonjeeturadThe
The headquarter staff calculate that I
t the be R Russian army at the outaet num ¬
bered 10010 oaoao 11IO infantry MM cavall71UDa cavalry andb and aadSu
b Su 1UDateld sunsField guns gunsField
Field Marshal 0 Oyama offlcially o IcIaU IcIaUTlii desig ¬
nates Tlii tea the whole engagement since ince OCtober October Oc October ¬
tober 10 10 hitherto unnamed aa the battleJf battleut battle battlent
nt Shaho ShaboIhe ShahoThe ShahoThe
The I Japan Japanese captured fourteen moretuna move moveSuna e euna
tuna una ytenIa7NEXT yesterdayNEXT yesterday yeaterdayNEXT
NEXT ASSAULT ASSAULTON ASSAULTON ASSAULTN
ON N P PORT RT ARTHUR ARTPIURLONDON ARTH ARTHURLONDON UR URLONDON
LONDON Oct 1IIIIe la The Chefoo Clletoor cor uorrespondent correttpondent
r respondent of the uDall Daily Mail sty says he beItcrn laItAmos helearns
learns from a Rue Ruian tan source that tIMJ thenext the thenext
J next xt general ral aaaault cult ult on Port ltlaurYo Arthurwill Arthur ArthurMill
Mill Yo III be made early in Nov Nov8toeMel NovemberStoessel November NovemberStoesael
Stoesael ba8 ha limed ia und af a general order ordtexhorting orderxhurtln
f exhorting xhurtln the garrison to renewed efrrt efiurts ef efTurt
iurts Turt He says aya that the severest trials tJtaIait trialsef trial trialee
ef it the siege are yet 0 come tome bat site aueCtlhi sitecess
ee cess b to not to be doubted aa Kuropatt Kuropat Kuropatkins JCuropatklllit
kins t ius great army ana to tmarohing mardtfn to relieve trollerthe relievethe nuvt
the t he fortre fortreA tort tortA
A new news agency hones what 1 is said to tobe tok tobc
be the first telegram tel that has bean al allowed alhWtd al1wed ¬
lowed to leave leav the line hues of the uL jinmiw jinmiwiort rapiiePort
L iort Arthur since the siege frrejin It ItJ ItJ Itfa
J fa dated October 11 but bQ merely DMre11With dala dalawith deal dealwith
with iftcident that occurred prior to toJil toJ toJ
J Jil 11 Aly > 80 It says y that th tile Japaoee Ia sue sucf IIUCeli sueeses
f esses eli have been dearly d purehaaed p but butthat butthat butthat
that th they y are woaoerrul w considering tb tbjature ChI theature ChIJ
J ature nf th Ow country which consists conatotaif
if r a s + riea I a of natural and andi almost a1IaoetJ Im Imi
i ifgnabK fortreaee forti The TheUses nnsslsn nuaaajQe8 nnsslsnM
jQe8 > M Uses S uv u to July Iul W are placed at MM MMand 1IUO8hd 1100aid
and the Jopene Ji JaptaM at a8UA1UHI MM MMOct LNa8IIANG
8IIANG 8UA1UHI AH 1 Oct 0c li 11 The Japan J Jtrort aP at ate atIrJrt
IrJrt Arthur are are e uaiuf uia balloon to direct directI directheir j
< heir high angle Are on the fortrea foru s and andlluasiau aDdIt andItuastat
lluasiau It uaaial fleet fleetON 8eMON HailON
ON TO T HARBIN HARBINSAYS HARBINSAYS HAR IN r rSAYS
SAYS HAYASHI HAYASHIIXJNIMMT HAYASHILONIJf HAYASHILONiK
IXJNIMMT LONiK W Oct It 111 ILIa la an iaturvtow iaturvtowiacouiit IMuYtew1IiCOIIJJt iaturvlewatscoWt
1IiCOIIJJt iacouiit Hayaithi the J Jitr Ifer Japanese mllml mllmlCr
itr Cr laeitiittd the th appalling sacrifice of ofnfe ofjlt ofilte
nfe jlt that lab huj h > brvn b < Hn n made during the war warReplying warLit warti
ti Lit he i abked ktd how 1a It to 00 helped helpedReplying 1 1Reply
Replying Reply tw hi hue own ownqwUoa uufestlun he aid saidthere aid aidthere
there waa nothing notIUn to do but go on It Itwas Ita Itwas I
was a not for Japan to judge when p pac p4CCa pacalea ace aceabuuid e
abuuid a alea vl u + l lu 4 be restored That hat r Nat rested t d u uuim U6Ull y wa
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Campaign
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the Caars government Japan had nev never n ¬
er sought war warThe warThe warThe
The minister declared that th I the weather weatherwould weatherwould eadaer eadaerwould
would not interfere with the Japanese Japanesemovements ID88movemeata Japanesemovements
movements The war would continue continuethis cooUaueth continuethis
this th winter The next object of the Jap Japanese JapaDe Japthe ¬
anese aDe would be the capture re of TIeIt Titling Titlingffter TIeItI
I R ffter tter which hick nothlP nothlPfrom nonh would prevent t Ulo Ulofrom themfrom them themlarbin
from advancing to urbln urblnHUNDREDS larbin HarbinHUNDREDS larbinHUNDREDS
HUNDREDS WERE WEREHACKED WER WERHACKED WEREHACKED
HACKED TO PIECES PIECESLONDON PIECESLONDON PIECESLONDON
LONDON Oct Is JI Correspondents II R au de describing de detlM describgtg ¬
scribing the carnage in the battle u of the theShaho tbe8haIto theHluho
Shaho record the terrible results N of the thehandtohand theDdtohattd thehandtohand
handtohand fighting atKI Whenever the theJapaneae theJapaoee theJapanese
Japanese stormed a position the Rue Russian Ruedans B BIdaD
dans after delivering < volley after volleywould volley volleywould volN volNWould
would rush out of their trenches treae meeting meet meeting JII68tin ¬
ing in their assailant with bayonets bayonetsknives bayoneUknives y yJmlv
Jmlv knives and dubbed rids rifle in endeavor endtatyOri Orl to toatop totop toatop
atop > top the advance Hundred were w wed hack hacked haeklted ¬
ed to piece with bayonet yoau and knives knivesAwhile k kbile kniveshlle
Awhile bile others had their skulls akuUah Brun cruhed cruhedwith id idb
with h rifle butts buttsThe buttebe buttsThe
The surgeon on both aide found itl it ittowpeasibto Itb
towpeasibto l psestble b to cope with the tIteatream unceasing unceasingstream unossiagstream
stream atream of wounded The beat organised oraaMsedhoapltais organisedhospitals 0ItrDIMdhoapItal
hospitals were wholly inadequate for forsuch 1 1uch forsuch
such uch furious fighting Uaa Thousands 1110 wwt of ofwounded ofwouoded ofwounded
wounded lay on the field for hour with without without without ¬
out attention crawled In pitiful agonyseeking agony agonyseeking ooy ooyIK
seeking IK help 1p and shelter ehlterThpderbtorms shelterThpadcretorm helterT
Thpadcretorm T llll4ent r increased ed the agonies agoniesof a nie nieof
of the wounded many n of whom cried criedTsersby criedto criedto
to passersby Tsersby nbJ to be put out t of their theiror tllelrIIIeIT their theirmbery
IIIeIT or to be taken out of the lb lbRivulets rali raliRivulet raIL raILJUY1JIeta
Rivulet from the hoods caused b bthe by bythe bythe
the downpour were ctimsooed er Iautonte4 wit wite with wiUJbl withSole
bl Sole = e of the heaviest RucHan loaves loaveswere Jawen losseswere
were among th tM 1 1Po Jewish Finnish and andPolish andPolish
Polish Po regiments Bodi Bodies lay layaIx ae sometimes sometimessix sets setssix
six deep after the handtohand handtohandstruggle h adtohandtruau bandtohandA
struggle truauA i iA
A news new agency dispatch says IIY that at atleast atleut atleast
least 23000 1000 Russian wounded arrived at atMukden atMukdenlast
Mukden Mukdenlast v lost week weekI weektMRY1Nt
I tMRY1Nt RRY1HG A HEGRESS HEGRESSIS
IS NOT PROHIBITED
A dispatch tebtrolD from Salem Sale N J an announce anaeeeees ¬
nounce the marriage of John I T Smith Smithbar IIIDhba Hmtlba
a epun bar of the hospital boa1IitaIloc con easels O of theV the theeoond
loc V eoond Coast Artiltorym Artiltorymiott Arti ArtiJloU ArtWe V Vtott
iott tott to Sarah Woifert a aIital nogrei nogreinital aepTed aepTedtitan
titan Burgeon Sparrenberger IJparreDbe to reported reportedto
to have called for Smiths 1iIaith dlacharg and andreferred aD4refernd andreferred
referred the case to the War Depart Department Department 9epartment ¬
ment mentAll mentAU mentAU
AU knowledge of the case to denied at atthe atthe atthe
the War Department and it to IIIto i supposedto supposed supposedters
to have been referred to the th headquar headquarters Ur Urten
ters of the Department of the Base BaseAs EastAs
As the marriage of negoes oe and aD white to tonot wDot Unot
not prohibited by b the laws law of New Jer Jeraey Jeranay Jersey
aey army officer 0 believe It to doubtful doubtfulwhether ckMJbtIvIB dOUbtfulwhether
whether Smith B can be removed on ac account a4 a4couat account ¬
count of his JaaSmIth marriage marriageSmith marriageSmith
Smith to said to have fallen In lovewith love lovewith lovewith
with the nagr ng rss while b be was ill in a aCuban aCuban aCuban
Cuban hospital Th Tile woman was w a vat volunteer YOIunteer vatunteer ¬
unteer Red Cross Cr nurse and cared for forSmith tortln forSmith
Smith Ua while be wa was ill with yellow yellowfever 78110 78110fevr yellowfever
fever feverAn fevrAo feverAn
An appeal to said to have been made madeby JIUUIeby madeby
by Smith th to President Roosevelt In the thehope theholM thehpe
hope of f pri preventing venUug officers from effecting effectinghto e effectinghis ecualaM <
laM discharge dischargeTIMESBULLETIN dbcharseTIMES dischargeTIMES
TIMESBULLETIN TIMES BULLETIN MUCH MUCHREAD MUCHREAD MUCHREAD
READ IN HYATTSVILLE HYATTSVILLEHYATTSVILLE HYATTSVILlEHY HYATTSVILLEHYATTHVILLI
HYATTSVILLE HY TT8VILL Md Oct 1 1LTM 1LTMbulletin ILThelarge The Thelarge
large bulletin placed by The Time Tim on onthe ORthe onthe
the front of the drug ctr store tore at noon noongiving noon noonthe noongiving
giving the names and addresses of those thoseInjured thoMIftjured thoseInjured
Injured In n the wreck of the Berwyn car carto carID carIn
to Eekragton Eakin ton yeaterday morning was a apoint apoeat apoint
point of attraction for crowd of anxious anxiousand anxiousand OWl OWlaDd
and interested personThose person penoIWnI personsThose
Those of the Hyatteville injured who whowent wboIW4mt whowent
went to the city hospitals lao pltal have returnedhome returned returnedhome r turoecl turoeclhe
home and those t who came directly directlyhome directly directlyhome directlyIt
home It were n attended by b the local phy physicians ph phaldau p pMoans ¬
Moans and all are doing fairly fa rly w weD weDBeaI4ea we weBesldei ll llBeffM
BeaI4ea BeffM t those reported Councilman Ed Edward Edwr4 FdDevlin
ward Devlin was standing on the front frontplatform frontplattona frontm
platform Dts tf tfENGLISH m and received some someugly me ugly bruise bruiseENGLISH brulaeENGLISH >
ENGLISH KNIGHT TEMPLAR TEMPLARVISITS TEMPlARVISITS TEMPLARVISITS
VISITS THE PRESIDENT PRESIDENTThe
The Rev C E Wright of England Englandpaat Enc Englandpant nd ndt
pant t grand prelate of the Great Priory Prioryof PIwryof Prioryof
of Knight Template of England and andWale anlJWal andWales
Wale Wal wan granted oted a private interview interviewwith lnterviftwwtda Interviewwith
with the President tI this morning II IIwas lie liewu liewas
was wu presented ot to President Roos Roosevelt v lt by byFrank byFrank byFrank
Frank H Thomas Th of Washington grand grandcaptain grandcaptain r nd ndcaptaio
captain general sea of the Grand Enmcamp Enmcampm EamcmP1aBt Eameazapmaeat
1aBt m mt Knight Tempter of the United UnitedHtstat Unit UnlteJetas l lMr
Htstat HtstatMr etas etasfir
Mr Wright will visit the fair at St StLoots StIoutII StLouis
Loots before returning to England He Hewill Hewin Hewill
will sail on the Baltic on November 7 7He 7He 7H
He H its ha made a rather extended ed tour of ofduring otdie ofDoaniy
die COWl Doaniy during th the be past three threelimself threeaid
1 aid e ex limself a as vastly vaatlyand vastlypleased
pleased and delighted with Ith th what he wit witnessed with witCMJAJt witbossed ¬
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and then vivid 1 picture ef impreaslve impreaslveseen lmprwetvescenes prave praveac
ac seen In my life were eakct enacted ed m III my mynemd mymind y yla4
mind la4 While the th these scenes were before beforeme beforeI beforesine
sine me I seemed ed to have no part In thembut them thembut uembut
but was like a spectator spectatorThen spectatorThen peettolMD
Then a heavier feeling < came cAme over me meand meaml meand
and great walls waJ of wavering wav dazzling dazzlingcolor dazzlingcolor
I color seemed to surround me At lket lketthe first firstin ANtthf
the in colors were the daintiest pastel JMUttcalahad pastelshades
ahad shades bade making an opalescent oEE effect ect but butthe butthe
the tone ton grew cr w in intensity until the theaHa
i jaUS aHa his war win w glaring turgid t thing thtap and andthen anden
then eD suddenly udden Q something some metb thin seemed to tonap toI tomap
I map nap p and 1 thought t I wa w was in a black blackSoon
dungeon d111W8QDuBooo dungeonSoon
Soon my heart h rt began to feel light lightas lightas
as if it were being painlessly lifted liftedar up upand
and ar the next the 1 knew I bad a ta1nt faint faintvision
vision n of some one one standing standln over me It Itwaa Itwu Itwas
was the ambulance bulance surgeon I was w told toldthat toldthat toldthat
that a few moment more would have
killed me meCONDEMNING JOeCONDEMNING tineCONDEMNING
CONDEMNING PROPERTY PROPERTYFOR PROPERTYFOR PROPERTYFOR
FOR PARK HIGHWAY HIGHWAYThe
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The Commissioners today through throughCorporation tk throughCorporation h hCOIpIJItIoo
Corporation Counsel Duvall and Assist Assistant Anstotant Aad8tILDt
ant Counsel eo Sinclair Aled lied a petition In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the Dtetrict Dl tact Supreme Court Court asking for forth tOlthe forthe
th the condemnation of certain lands nee neeeacary neeeur1 necessary
eacary for the connecting conuseU g of th tM north northterminus JIOrthtelMloua northterminus
terminus of Adams Mill Road Road In LanierHeight Lanier Lalti4lrHeibts LanierHeights
Heights with the south terminus tern Inus of ofPark ofPark ofPark
Park Road in Inglealde InglealdeIt
It to proposed to tol build a highway ftfty
feet wide along aloo or near the theboWl4ary eastern easternboundary easternboundary
boundary of the Zoological Park ParkThe Park11ae ParkThe
The property needed for the fr improve provei proveimeat ¬
meat mentioned belongs beJo to ° Robert Jt L L
ILonptreet LoDPtreet meet May irfntey FtnleY Bdwfrd Edward J
SteHwagen Stele waxen and George e > i Fleming lIemln
trustees Warren W Foster o ter William P PiLlpseomb P
iLlpseomb LI lftb Elisabeth Walbridge Walbrtd e AMce
Chase Walbrtdge Bridge BrLr Redford Redford W
Walker William H Walker iker Mary Tal TalA1I
ty Fennell emeIl A1I Margaret 1 T L D nT Tobin Ab Ab
bie bl t Tatty Helen 8 Talty aophy > oph
Parka Goode Anna ElIlI Isabella Van Van
Hrt and Thomas B Waggaman and
John J T obD K Ridout RJdoIlt trustee trusteeSOK trwn trwnSOW trusteeSON
SOW OF 0 S T ULRCOMBE ULRCOMBEThrough uCOK1SErbrouh LLICOMflThrough
Through an error it was stated yes yesterday yesterday ¬
terday 7 that J F Laicombe Larcom who was wasamong wa1DOD8 wasamong
among the injured taken to the Emer Emergency EmereDCY Emergency ¬
gency eDCY Hospital Ho p1tal to a son of the late latepaymaster lateplter latepaymaster
paymaster of the Government OoYe t Printing Priad Prie
Otace Mr Larcombe to I a set sen t of ot 8
T Larcombe who died fourteen years yearsfL yearsago
ago fL 0 He Hell Is t thirtytwo rtytwo years ean old and andresides anclre andresides
resides re at CM Albany Street BrookiandHis Brookiand BrookiandHto BrooklandIfbI
His injuries about the body are more moreserious moreserious
serious no than first believed
KAISER KAISERs 1 THE C 11 WBOYSENT WBOY HEWSBnYuSENT 1 18ET it
SENT TO AN ASYLUM ASYLUMWashington ASYLUMStrae AYLIIMStrange
Strange Chsxaettr W Sell r Papers pea ia iaW inW
W Yale YMILr YaleIlsd
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Washington w lot one of Its mot JIICMtteeD eccentric ec eccentric ¬
centric character ten yUrday y slerdy when th thpoMee tM tMpeIIee thepeilee
poMee surgeons surgsonis pronounoad prwoAf WWtam C CKatoer CICaJaer CKaiser
Kaiser a new 08 sewn vender ver of ofaad unaoynd mind miniand mindand
and he wa W8 cent to St Zli CUaabatha a abeths eUa Ay Aylum Anylust
lust 111
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The unfortunat man after peddling peddlingnewspapers pecIdIloaD8wapapen peddlingnewspapers
newspapers through th UM street streets of Wash Washington Whtoa Washlaptoa ¬
ington toa usually uaU at a ytfteentti and d Q QStre 08treeta GStreets
Stre Streets U at the Capital Traction Tna UoD transfer transferjunction transferJunctloe transferjunction
junction or F Street t recently u began to tocomplain toeoap1atn tocomplain
complain that th the polio pglia wr wtiN hounding houndinghim houndinghim
him to the earth sad dlcturbtog his htosteep hIaHe I
steep He called af ate t ottt Headquarters Xoadquartersseveral Headquartersseveral uarten uartenvera
several vera time u each time that talOng t the be de detective deteedv doto ¬
tective to etives that on th the previous night ht He Heheard 1Mheard hehard
heard policemen under hi b window W talk talking talking ¬
ing about arresting u his ala a ail soon oon aa he heset Aet heset
set t toot out of the house 110 J De eU > tctlv Ty Tyaer y yMI ynor
nor arrested blip when he visited vtalte4quarten voted head headquarters headgunners ¬
quarters yesterday yesterdayKatoer ye yesterdayKaier ter terxar
Katoer to a a peculiar lookln gman with withhair withJaatr withhair
hair as soft and an fluffy ens a that of a cat catHto caLU catius
Hto U feature hav have ba hardened Ja and andhte andhhl andhi
hte hi face reddened ened Ufc law a brisk because becauseof e eof
of years exposure eJt un to the elements elementsHe elenuKe elementsHe
He was known as the bustling news newsboy newsboy ws wsboy ¬
boy and news oewveoa vender have lung since sinceconceded alDceccmceded sinceconceded
conceded thhe that he hag them all beaten beatento beatento
to a standstill and no one co could could Put Putout butout put putout
out aa JDaD many paper as Kaiser For Formore Forore or ormore
more ore than twenty years he has sold soldpapers BOldpapen soldpapers
papers on the street tu at summer resorts reaortsaround resortsaround rtaI rtaIaround
around Washington and on the river riverboats riverboats riverboat
boats He He1Ir1U ha has a shrttl and alarmingvoice alarming alarmingvoice alanalnvoice
voice and on several veral occasions persona personarushed pet1t011ruhed personsrushed >
rushed from boats when they heard him himcry himcry himcry
cry his wares because they thought thoughtsomeone thoqhtmeane thoughtsomeone
someone meane was scream screamlnjr IM fire PreKaiser fireKaiser IreXaIaer
Kaiser lived in South Bout Washington and andwas andwaa andwas
was invariably the first An to get to the thenewspaper theOfwsvapeor thenewspaper
newspaper offices in th the morning and andgot anAot andgot
got ot ahead of all the rest t in the after afternoon afternooo afternoon ¬
noon when he bought several vera I hundred hundredpapers bundredpapers hundredpaperan
papers paperan and had to emnloy emttoyother 10 other venders vendersto venders vendersto
to help him He would never 0 tell tADbut tellbut hto htoago
ago but was w known as a a newsbody newsbodyIt Wttaod WttaodIt wsbody wsbodyIt
Itage It U believed however then that t he e w was as close closeon edgseOn
on to his fortieth year yearDEN yeari8ISON ear earPRISON
PRISON FOR BOYS BOYSDEN
DEN OF TOBIORE TOBIOREPARIS
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PARIS P 1UI Oct 1LM It M Landrin presi presijnt preald presldsnt
d jnt of the council of the department departmentof
of the Sain ins has made a remarkable remarkablereport reaarkablredort kable kablesort
report on the houe bo of correction for forjuyenUes torjue0 forjuvenile
juvenile e8 at Boulourne BoWo Boulou department t of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Reuse MeuseHe MeWieHe ReuseHe
He states that tba ita puntohment > cells cellsfor cettofor cellator
for young children ch dreD are a horrible 1aotrlllleubterraneao hort ie specie speciesof specieef
ef subterranean Oungeons damp and andnearly adftfirly andnearly
nearly devoid of light lightSeme Ua1Itae lightHaste
Haste of the boys boy who had been ten tenprisoned haprsoaed hupreoaed
prisoned In thee the theM cell coils u for more than thantwo tuntwo titantwo
two months were found to be terribly terriblyemaciated terrilal terrilale
emaciated e led and almost deprived of the theuse theu theuse
use o of their th eyesight eyesightM
M Landrin has decided d Ct4ed to take taullc sass energetic sasspatio ¬
patio llc measures to put a stop p to th thscandal the theJaCan4a1 tbescandal
scandal JaCan4a1Cw scandalCooldi scandalCaokft
Caokft Imperial at Given Xifhaat Jlil Award AwardSpecial AwardSpecial war warSpecial
Special to the theWaah1oatoD Washington TimesST Times TimesST 11m 11mST
ST LOUIS Mo Oct lftThe Ameri American AmerCcao American ¬
can Wine Company Comp received rcetv tl the grand grandprixe era eraprise grandprise
prise at the Worlds Wor s Fair hi yesterday for fortheir fortheir fortheir
their excellent champagne Cooks Coo Im Imperial 1mperial Importal ¬
perial Extra Dry
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r sive Royal Black Thibet Thibetand Tlubetand Thibetand
+ and Royal Worsteds in inblack inblack inblack
black blue and brown and andhave andI andhave
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denl1p erMp Ie e et < Mew York former First As Asaistnt A Al u uldabaa
ldabaa aistnt to the Belolay 01 the TNu TNuR7 Treasflatter
R7 R74fter
flatter dwe dwelling GIlt the l pros prosVerity JJIOSty lxosherity
Verity ty of the United MI Stales State following 1b11owingthe followingth t
0 th panic of USI and the depression deprosnionwhieh dteJI dteJIW depressionwhisk
whisk W set in two year boars ago Mr Van Vtfnarl V VJd Van4elp
4elp arl Jd JdHW1tether paidWhetter aki akiWhether
Whether stock uwal will b he higher or ortower orlows
tower 81 tomorrow next t week k or next nextmoatkv extoatil nextmonth
month oatil I do not know nor am I par parttenlarly palCI partttwthntly
ttenlarly concerned CI The fluctnatteos fiuestuatisaswhich fluctnatteoswhich auet auetwllJclt
which mack the little surface waves wavesare wa waJMK wavesire
are not matter ten of much moment JIIO mt I Ibelieve IbeUeYe Ibelieve
believe It 4 to fair to to aaanme that thaera gen generally gunorally
orally era peaking something N8tethi C like the rate rateyear rateof rateof
of PIOP progress Ie during the put ten ten7ean tenyears
year will be maintained JIIBIot during thecoating the thecoming tbedecade
coming decade decadeCertainly decadeCwtaJaly decadeCertainly
Certainly the outlook ouUoo today with withsecurely wiUaecurel withsecurely
securely aecurel fixed standard of value v ue with withcurrency wltlaOUIIeDOJ withourreuwy
currency uncertainty giving a1v way wa to a aa aa aa
a sound soun u el aid satisfactory banking posiqtion posi position ¬
qtion don and with no leftover panic conae conaequenees COntMt COntMtqueoeea cona4sencs
quenees sencs to be reckoned with wi th as was wasthe w wMt wasthe
the Mt ease casetep ton years III ago certainly such a asituation auat asituation
situation uat offer 0 reason rea n for the presump presumption pre poumlion ump umptloo ¬
lion that wxt are in a as favorable fa vonble position positionfor poaIUoofor position positionfor
for development In the next ten year yeasperiod yearperiod y yperiod
period a as we were at the beginning of ofthe ofthe
the last
JutIJIcr
IJIcr Increase ia i Population PopulationTen PeptllatieaooTen
ooTen Ten year y ago we had a population populationof
of ttttBeW i today it to ttMsvft and ten tenyears telayean tenyeas
years hence ce with this ratio of increase increasethe I Ithe Increasethe
the population tJno of the he United State 8ta will willbe willbe
be 1000010 8 0 B We will in the next ten tenyear tenadd tenyears
year add to our number a population populationequal populationequal
equal to onehalf of France Suchgrowth Such Suchgrowth
growth in number D matched to our ourwealth ourwealth
wealth w 1t of resource make mak the sort of ofmaterial ofwaaterlal ofmaterial
material ont of f which to shape an en entirely entbely ¬
tirely new level of statistics marking markingthe markingthe
the countrys material terlal progress progressTh progressThe prope propeThe
Th The total wealth of the United State Stateaccording Btauaecoto Statesaccording
according aecoto to the best estimate tlmat which whichwe wblebJaae whichwe
we have ha h rl rten en in ten years from from7M0Mgcett
7M0Mgcett to UOxaOOOflO000 nh OIO Ten year yearmore yearsmore
more of increase IDe will make ke the wealth wealthof wealthot wealthof
of this tb country 1000000 lt00c000000 When we weremember wewith e ere
remember re such a total will lllnpare compare comparewith COIDlNrewith
with withremember the total of y42000 Xe000090OtO in ISM 110kaccumula the theaccumulation theaccumula
accumulation accumula Oo n Is seen to be at a rate al aimat almost a1Jllo ¬
most Jllo t Incredible IncredibleOur IncredibleOur IncredibleOur
Our money stock tack has increased In Inten Inte Inten
ten te year ears from IOID HMQOMM 1 0000100 OOI to more t tt han thianS2 an
S2 2 = 009000 and every ever dollar of It ia iasoun la80U
soun 80U so and every every dollar dolfar of it 1 1pasitr t to on a aparity aparity
parity t with gold 014 The Th actual fokl aold oldtck stock stockItself stockluelt
pasitr ftsei Itself increased Increasedif in that period JKOOOOOW JKOOOOOWIf 0000 0000If st
If the money JaOD stock increases ID in the next nextten aextteo nextten
ten years 7 In the same amounts we will willhave wUlba
have ba fs40i 10 jii jiihave MOOc of circulation at theead the theIncidentally thee
e of ofthtperiod ofthtperiodulDcldeany thatpetiod thatpetiodIncidentaA7a
Incidentally IncidentaA7a It it la interesting to tonote tonote tonote
note that national bank note circulation circulationIn
In the last ten yeans yea has risen from 1n 17
000000 to 411000000 and one might stop stopto stopt top topto
to wonder if this rate of Increase Increasego e to to togo top t
go on OD where the Government bend b ar arto aN aNto areto
to come from in the t e next ten years yearsto yearsto yearsto
to provide for a further ins Increase of off na antional national national ¬
tional bank ok circulation of 1260 1260100ua0o3 260000000 GIO or or1UOooo
1UOooo 90000001 Such Inquiry points Inev Inevitably ioe ioeltably loevItably ¬
itably to the necessity of some m change changein changeIn
in our national banking okloS laws Ia W8 in the due duecourse dUecou duecourse
course cou of time timeNational timeUNatlonal
National 2 stlonai bank deposits depositsm depositsten to ten years yearshave y yhae ear earm
have doub doubled going 0ID up from m 1800 1800to > 1 00000 00000to m
to 1000 sL3b 3JOMOiboo Btate bank deposit deposithat In Inthat IDthat
that time have treWedijnaklng trebled maJ ms U an In Increase leer Increase ¬
crease er of from about tI110000 sn00 JOo to toGOO 11 11IQ
IQ 00069000 000080 000080Business GOO GOOBuio
Business Buio today to unsatisfactory t in inmany Inman Inmany
man many resaecta The memories and the thesore theJIOre thesore
sore spots which the declines declln of the last lasttwo lattwo lasttwo
two years ears have left will make makeple maoy any pe0 pe0ple1ow p plow
ple ple1ow alow slow slowears low earsIn in accepting the concluaton cone that thatwe lhatwe Math Mathwe
we are ready for I Imerdal or another great eatmerelal com commercial ¬
mercial advance vanee We are always aI in inSMART tnDIm inDIRD
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H tat al at S oclock p p m Monday MondayStreets X XOet onday ondayr
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Body at hospital thIrtyatth yfifth aDd andStreets N NIItJoMt
Streets Streetsfuneral
IItJoMtIufteral funeral Fuse FuseWednesday al from Trinity Catholic Ch ChWednesday h hWednMday h
Wednesday October ft 11 at t I a a m mand 1 1DWEDDELOn t t9WEDDRLOn
DWEDDELOn KORda October IT IT111M 17
111M at South Orange N JY J IlJiLN IlJiLNII8LXY
II8LXY Y infant daughter daughterand o of Harve Harvey L Land LDOOLITTLEOn
and OlaTweddel OlaTweddelDOOLITTLB Ola Tw Tweddel cWl cWlDOOLITTLEOn
DOOLITTLB DOOLITTLEOn On Monday Ronda October Oc 17 nliJCwiLUAM 17UN
liJCwiLUAM UN WILLIAM H 1100 DOOLITTLE DOOLITTLESMART DOOLITTLESKARrAt TLE TLEsMARrAt
SMART SKARrAt At Georgetown OeoI1rto University UniversityHomtltal lnlveltHoaDItaJ UniversityH
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SrtSSerlT Get GetBody Oetober obey 1 17 7 1104 1004 MISF MISFBody ANNIE ANNIEhIR 8MAJtT 8MAJtTBo4T
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Street 8treetEAGLEOn StreetsEAGLEOn
EAGLEOn Monday October 17 ISM ISMat JIMat 1 1New
at New York or MINERVA RVJi widow widowosmodor of ofCommodore ofCoauIIodor
Commodore osmodor Henry Eagle U 1 tJ 8 8 N in inthe totM Inthe
the eightyninth year of her age ageGRIFFITH ageGRIFFITHOn e eGRlIITITHQo
GRIFFITH GRlIITITHQo On Monday morning ornm Ocb Oc October 0c 0ctober ¬
tober b IT 1904 MRS CELIA K widow widowof WWoWof widoWf
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widow of Sergt Ser Adolph A lph Kneasforty Knots 1n 1nYZKOUIONOft KnotsFLRGU00NOn
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forty years yea
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parte4 this life one year y ago agQyIn tot tott teNIa In Inu
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tober W I 18Dsret icl iclDearest
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are to have ft marching speeches peec a aer ban bannerratotoe Irnnerra
nerra nerratotoe er ring aad several vera other thins thlada cx cxciting e edtlQ en enciting
citingThe citing dtlQThe citingThe
The tongtatttedof banner of the PIe Tf9tmont PIeIIIOnt Ftestoat
mont and jLtaeotn Jo eeolp OW Bop Bopthe Clmb b fur furthe furthe
the unfurUng unf of which the unfeeling unfeelingCommissioners waieeU4gOOJlUD unfeelingCommUdwuers
Commissioners OOJlUD of the Olatrte would not cwtfor notfor tfor
for a long 100 time issue Ie a permit hi to Ve Vethrown Mthrown bethrown
thrown to the braeae from In front of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Riggs House at 8 oclock oclockIn o oclockIn lock lockJ
In J the ateanitme e the marcbin 1NoJC marching slab slabof 1Gbof nabof
of the theftooevt Roosevelt and Fairbanks Fa rbhnks League Leaguewill Lcacuewill Leaguewill
will have ha started several veraI hundred hundredstrong huodredtrone hundredstrong
strong from their headquarters in the thehfetserott thelIetsrott theMetzerott
hfetserott Building 1141 These enthusiasts enthantoxlsare thualwlts thualwltsare
are to wear caps ca and capes and are to tocarry tocarry tocarry
carry lighted torches toreb They wW parade peradeup paradeup Mdeup
up Fourteenth tla Street to Bins to Seventeenth Sev Seventeenth ae aeenteeDth ¬
enteenth Street to Pennsylvania Ave Avenue Avenue Avenue ¬
nue and thence to the hotel where they theywill thC thCwill theywill
will take part in the blowout blowoutThe blOWCMatThe blowoutThe
The speakers are all to be prominent prominentmen plOIDinentmen
men but the otfteera of the club would wouldnot wouldDOt wouldnot
not mention names because some of ofdienee otthem ofthem
them might DOt appear r and the au audle audienee
dienee dle ee would be disappointed disappointedcrowd aaapp A bi biClQW big bigcrowd
crowd ClQW teexeetad teexeetaddanger t tcJan
danger mar r of overdoing and andalready we may for forthe forthe
the ke moment 0DIt perba perhaps have h already y ythat made madethat madethat
that error for t r prices have shown a most mostsubstantial Ja08tubMaatial mostsubstantial
substantial recoverya recovery recov a recovery cer certainly certainly certainly ¬
tainly In advance of what would be war warwanted warwanted warwanted
wanted by the t e present t actual conditions conditionsIt CQDdItlonIt
It to safe te to aay Y however IIowev r that w we are aretoday aretoday aretoday
today In a sound uad financial position positionBank positionBank
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national bank reserve are Bank loans loansand loarusDd loansand
and discount are not of a character to tooffer tooffer tooffer
offer ground for any aDY general criticism criticismWe criticismWe
We are in a position to comnuoid comet nd inter international InteroatiOlUll international ¬
national credit c and to bring gold oid to tostrengthen toatrenctheD tostrengthen
strengthen our reserves If we should shouldneed shouldneed ould ouldneed
need it it I believe belle there to no danger dangerahead claDgeJaheact dangerahead
ahead of interference with business de development de denlopaaent a avelopment ¬
velopment velopmentelection a 8 a result of the Presidential Presidentialelection PretdeatialeJection
election electionI electioncannot
I cannot too strongly emphasise em ilte my mybelief mybel1et mybelief
belief in the importanof importance of having bavin our ourbank ouraDd ourbanks
bank and financial interests prepared ppreparedof preparedlaws
10 pia play their proper part afurthher ba the return returnot
ot ro8Perity and andeat thE r1Uther develop development developmolprosperity
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laws that are wise and banking admin adnlnIstratlon administration adJDlnttration ¬
istration that to wise W Encouragement Encouragementto Eneomag Eneomagto
to a wild wn < speculative ulaU boom at this this time tinvwhen UmwbeD timewhen
when improvement Im t to justified more by byhopes byhopM byhopes
hopes and possibilities l than thanmight by linmthe imme immediate IDUDdlat ¬
diate dlat actualcondltkn actual euodJtkna eunditknswhole might ht set netlinmthe the thewhole thewbole
whole period of recovery bar back a month monthsix mOllt mOlltu monthstd
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what to needed It to indeed t one onerFeedal on of the thespecial tbeIec1al
special dangers era If bankers in the great greatcenters peatcent greatcenters
centers cent are unconservative in the inducements in inducements laducement ¬
ducements they hold out to secure ure de deposit depoaltll deposits ¬
posit and accumulate aecUJ uatE > great stocks of ofmoney ofmODe ofmoney
money mODe which they will loan at such low lowrates knrrates lowrates
rates as to enoourace unduly speculationspirit speculation speculationspirit peI t tspirit
spirit they will strike a blew bl at this re returning Je JetumlDa retnig ¬
turning tur turlay prosperity pedt7 which may long de delay de delay ¬
lay Its coming comingI C
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again favorable to a return returnconditions of t prospecity pros pnMtooperity prosperity ¬
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our mistake and hold close to o a app proper properconservatism JIIOperconaenaU
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be held fur President ai died d Vice Presi President Prelt ¬ p
dent and the control of f the House of ofRepresentatives atRepresentatives f fre
= Representatives re v The prt present ent conditions conditionsode conditionsbode o I IunIted
ode success = of the Democratic = cause if ifunited ifUnited
united and enthusiastic eTorta e Torts orts are luad luadIt Ina InaIt mad madIt
It is apparent that to pveicorae oeJcome th thposition the thepodIlt1 theposititm
position podIlt1 n of Jf the th RepullJ Republican n party ia iatrenched btreoched iitrenched
trenched in office and with rb the financialsdvantag financial nuancUladvantages financialadvantagti
advantages s due to such position the thalegritinciiite lelegitimate thelegitimate
legitimate campaign expenses of the theDemocratic theDemocratic theDemocratic
Democratic party must of necessity ue uegreat IApeaL begreat
great greatFriends greatFriends
peaLVrleoda Friends of Democracy and citizens who whodesire whod88ire whodesire
desire the election cJ tioo of Alton B Parker Parkarand ParkaiaDd Parkerand
and Henry G Davis can in no now nowise wise ae Rive Rivemore Rl RlII10Ie givemore
more substantial aid than in financial nnancUlassistance tinanci41aaIItance financialassistance
assistance 1 earnestly eall1e Uy appeal to all allDemocrats aUDemocrats alDemocrats
Democrats in tne District Dbtr lt of Columbia Columbiato olumLiato
to make such ucb donation d nationJ to the cause causeas causeIU causeas
as they may be able to do By so doing doingthey doin doinUaey doingthey
they will have the satisfaction if we W are aresuccessful areucceaatul aresuccessful
successful of knowing that they con contributed contributec1 contributed ¬
tributed toward restoring the Nation NationGovernment Nat1ouGoyernment National NationalGovernment
Government to a harbor of safety tety and andreestablishing andatabllah andreestablishing
reestablishing atabllah Democratic principle principlewhich principlewhich principleswhich
which for so many years added llfId d to the thehealthy thebealth thehealthy
healthy bealth growth owth and prosperity of t the theUnited th thUnited s sUnited
United States StatesContributions 8tateContributiou StatesContributions
Contributions by mail or In person will willbe wiDbe willbe
be received by me and pro proper pr receipts be teesen begiren beTea
giren Tea therefor there fur JAMES L 1 NORRIS NORRISDemocratic NORRISDem
Democratic Democratic Dem < Cratic National Committeeman of ofthe Iftb ofthe
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