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I THE T HE WASHINGTON TIMES SATURD SATTJTDY ll APRIL 1 1905 io
ALMSHOUSE BOSr
HAS BEEN DEPOSED
Colored Ward No No2 2 Com ¬
plained of o Walden
DECLARE INMATE INMATE IS 1 1RUEL 9RUEL CRUEL RUEL
Commissioner Macfarland on Inspection
Tour Arraigns Accused and He Is
Put Out of Institution
Nelson NelsonWa Walden iden called by his associ ¬
ates the theboss boss of the colored mens
division ot the almshouse is no longer
living on the bounty of the District He
was turned put ut of the the pauper institution Institution
yesterday estcrdayand and left left to toshlft shift for or himself
Nelsons Waterloo came as the finale
to a visit made to the Washington Asy ¬
lum late yesterday afternoon by Com ¬
missioner mission < r Macfarland and becretary
Wilson of the Board of Charities It
was as the first firstYlsitof visit of the Commissioner
to the asylum as lum since supervision of the
institution was placed under the Boar Board Boar
of Charities CharitIesnd hariUes knd nd consequently under his
immediate l lre fare are re
Asylum Inspected
Gu ided by b Superintendent SuperintendcntZi Zinkhan kha all
departments were were thoroughly thorou ghly inspecte d
The Theylsltwas visit was unannounce unannounced d and andunex unex ¬
pected pectedAll All parts partsuf of the workhouse worl louse
almshouse and hospital were seen In ac ¬
tual workaday conditions
The Therostcrsexhiblte rosters exhibited < showed that th t
there are about 350 convicts In the
workhouse worlch use 250 inmates in the alms ¬
house and 120 hOpaUents patients In the hospital
When going through the almshouse
Commissioner Macfarland made a
special request to lie taken to Mens
Ward i No No2 2 on rn n the lored side of o ofthe the
house Once there he drew from his hi
pocket a singularly s ingularl worded petition that
had been sent to him hima a fl few days before
It 1treada5fol1c read as follow follo
Waldetfs Walde ts Arraignment Arraignrn ent
We beg 1 leave le ve t to say to you ouand and the
Honorable Board Bo rd of Commissioners ommIs ioncrs that
our Lives are made miserable miserable Wretc h ¬
ed and our conditions c n itionsare are Worst than
Slaves Slay s ItIsrrtadeso It is is made so by b b3 the the bossing boss riS riSof of
Nelson elon Walden aldenan an gnorant gnora cruel
> e 4 4bXted lie 11 bXted krted tfd Negro N gr he v is an ex e convict he h i
has been p put t ont o t of f this place three
times for heating Pe tIrig old oldrne men 1 he tells us u
that Mr Zinkhan will put us out of the
home if we weroa weniake make lce any complaint omplaintbut but we we
are oblige to tbe beg iQu you that that something be
Don in our ourbe behalf ha 1f that we May Ma not go
to our graves from tromunder under the club of a
wIcked and Ignorant iOrazit Negrocrin Negro criminal inal on
Thursday rhursda night the 23d d Nelson Walden V alden
Went to the th bed of Thomas Latijiore
and beat him hlmi1awfulmanner 1 ii awful manner Latlm Litimore p pre re
being very verysIk si a k kcould could not ward of a
sing single ie blow blo L atimore Is in the hospital
Walden is Boa B BOUng sting because the
authorities here h ere have paid no attention
to his brutal rutaloutrage outrage upon the sick
man he is uncivil unmanl unmanly and very ver
abusive 10 the old men m en who Dines at
his Table and very Yery often Puts their
meals in the slops before they can eat
them he keeps more disturbance in
this ward Jh than n are had in h any any convict conv ct
camp In a civilized country count in our
humiliated hurniUat d condition with sorrowful
heartes we appeal to you Od in the name
of God and humanity that the power p wer
of c this ignorant and ndcvil evil brutal hearted
Negro be broken from us History His tory Does i
not show showat at any age of oCour our Civilization I
Where Where Paupers have havesuffered Suffered s ffezed such j
cruelty as some of these old men are
compelled to suffer at a t the Bloody hands
of f Nelson Walden the self appointed
Boss and Ignorant lgtior nt Negro criminal crimlnalWe We
have chosen cl1osenGeo Geo Holloway as our our seer sec
retorv and v v v fh 1n highly hUT hh beg that you
Investigate our complaint
Signed by Associates
This petltionhad petition had been b en prepared and
signed gned by the inmates of Ward No 2
When it was read a aloud loud Superintendent Superin tendent
Zinkhan Zinkhancalled called for Nelson Walden Out 1
hobbled an aged age negro negro negrowith with one on leg eg
gone entirely and one arm badly crip ¬
pled
A A courtmartial courtJ 1artial was held on the the spot
The evidence evlde c e eshowed showed that Nels Nelson n was was
at least partially guilty guiit He was turned ttirn d
out of the almshouse Immediately
Returning from his visit isit Commission
er Macfarland said that great changes
for the better were noticeable In all
branches of the District penal and char j
Ity institution since the investigation by i
the Board of Charities In 1903 Super j
Intendent Zinkhan top to is given much
credit for the improvements In the gen ¬
eral system s stem discipline and morale of
the asylum
All changes recommended by the
Board of Charities have now been car ¬
ned ri d out except the adoption of a new
set of regulations A rough draft of
these t ese has been prepared and sent to the
Board of Charities for revision before
i being submitted for approval to Com
i missioner Macfarland
I ISOLDI SOLDIERS SOLDI RS SECONDS SECONDSFREVENCfED PREVENTED D
I HJM PROM llGmiNG J1GHTI1VGAREAL A REAL DUEL
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GENERAL BRUGERE
Former Visitor to Washington Was hington on the Occasion of the the Lafayette Lafaye tte Statue SfatueUn Un ¬
j veiling Objected d to News Article
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GENERAL BRUGERE
WANTED TO FIGHT
But ButSecl1dsDecide Secon ds Decide That Pelletans PeIletansAr Article Articleto ticleto to Which He
T Took ok Um brage Didnt Di dnt Warrant t Recourse ecourseto to
the Code Duello
PARIS April April1A L A duel between Gen ¬
eral eralBrugere Brugere thecommandh the commanding g general
of the army who visited d the United
States at the time of the dedication of
the Lafayette Statue In Washington
and nd M Pelletan late minister of ma ¬
rine has narrowly narrowl been beena averted yerted
M Pelletan wrote wrolean an article which
General Brugere considered offensive
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MUSICAL M USI GAL BENEFIT
FOR TRACK ATHlET ATHLETES S
Clubs of George Washington University
United in Entertainment EntertainmentGlee Glee
Girls a Novelty Nove lty
I The various musical clubs clubsofGeorge of George
Washington University united Ju iited last night
In an enterta entertainment inment In Rausc Rauschers hers s for
I the benefit ben fitof of O track athletics nthle ttcs
Patronesses for the entertainment enter tainment in ii ¬
eluded Mrs Charles W Needham wife
of ofthe the universitys un unix iVerSItYSpreSidentMrs ersity s president Mrs H 1I St StGeorge
George Tucker Mrs BLl H L L Hodgkins odgkIns
Mrs D 1C ic Shute S utea and ttdMrs Mrs C W Rich ¬
unison o
Interest centered chiefly in the per ¬
formances of the glee clubs one com ¬
posed of young women under the direc ¬
tion of Miss Hss Adele A dele Tauler and one of
young men directed dir cted by Roland Roder ¬
ick
The rh f former club gave < two > numbers num ber S
In 10ld Old Madrid by Trotere and
Denzas Barearole The mens club
waited w 1ted until last but were enthusias ¬
tically tl ally appreciated in their double num ¬
ber berby by Geibel These were When W en
Youro Your Afloat and The Jolly Black ¬
smiths Lay typical glee songs
An Interesting feature featur was the ap
pearance of the Neapolitan Mandolin
Quartet consisting of Messrs Todd
Holt Yundt and Gallaher four rourot of the
best known instrumentalists in the city
The quartet opened the entertainment
with a bolero opus 63 by Mezzacapo
and selections from Verdis II Trova
tore
The soloists were particularly success ¬
ful ful Lu Among them were were Miss Mary
Birch pianist who offered twodiIDc1ilt two difficultf difllctil
selections selectionsUss Miss Edith Pickering Clar ¬
ence W W Whltmore Wilbur Bache and
J B IlL Kissinger
The university orchestra under the
leadership l adershlpof of Prof Emil EmUChrlstlani Chrlstlanl
proved a popular group of young mu ¬
sicians
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Given
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Boxbay Nevertear Nevert ar Silk Silkits its first birthday anniversary A large
and an handsomely han som ely framed mirror is to be presented to each patron
one to each purchaser of five yards or more of Boxbay U
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A Taffeta Silk that will not tear
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IiiIEWZII 4fUA PURE GUl DYE mID T Tf f 4 tf t taf af is not to tobENalued bevalued be valued by dollars and
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cents nlsitts its priceless
YPag Page 7 of tomorrows Sunday Times will contain shopping
news worth dollars to the reader V i
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Accordingly the general named Gen ¬
erals Duchesne and Metzinger members
of the superior council of war as his
seconds
M lL Pelletans seconds weie Senator
Clemenceau and Deputy Masse A A meet ¬
ing of the seconds led to a decision
that the article did not warrant a duel
which was given up on mutual explana ¬
tions
fflFEOFJJIl WIFE OF J t J I FIL ULL
TO RACE RE WITH nEATH DEAT
Private Car Will Rush From Florida
Carrying Patient P tient to New York
for Operation
NORFOLK To April 1 1 1Mrs Mrs James
J Hill wife wifeo of the president Of Q the
Great Gr at Northern orthern Ranw Railway y Company C Cornpan ompan 1 is
very ry ill at Ormorid Fla and extraordi eitr ordl ¬
nary means will 111 be taken to get get her
I to New cw York kfO for treatment treat n without de ¬
lay 5 5kfO
l The Florida special of o tthe the Seaboard
Air Line which makes mes no nQ stops save to
change locomotives will haul hauIMr Mr Hills
private car from fromOnnond Ormond to New ew York
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time en w what hat Is believed d dwill will prove e record
All the officials In charge of the divi ¬
sions over overwhlh whlh the car will pass pas > in Its
race against death have been instructed
to use especial vigilance to see that it
Is expedited
CONVICTS FIGHT FIRE
NO ATTEMPT TO ESCAPE
ELMIRA April 1 ISixteen Sixteen convicts convic is
assisted firemen to to put out a afire fire which
destroyed several workshops worksbopsand and store ¬
houses In the Elmira Reformatory c caus us ¬
ing Ing a a loss of 75000
The fhepnsoners prisoners were not endangered
and none 1I0netook took advantage of the commo C011lmo ¬
tion to attemnt escape e cape The hospital
was on fire firefor for a time and an d the fortyfour
patients were removed
r MORGAN ORBAN SMITHS
APPLY FOR WRIT
Attorneys AttorneysV Will ll Eight Fighteql1 Reqiu
sition for Couple
GARVAN GAR VAN HAS AFFIDAVITS
Close Friends Tell T ll Story of Conspiracy
to Extort Money From
Young
GIXOINNATI CIX IXXATI April IIt 1 It was w s learned
this morning that Attorneys Attorne s Sha Shay and
Cogan the Cincinnati lawyers law ers w who J10 have hav
come to the aid of J Morgan 1Io rganSmIth Smith and
his wife brotherinlaw and Sister of
Nan Patterson were retained by the
parents of Mrs Smith who live in
Washington WT nshington
The he attorneys attornc s will 1v Th n fight the requisi ¬
tion for the couple and have applied for
a writ of ofhabcascolpuS habeas corpus The hearing hearln
has been set for next Monday
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When r rlen len Airs Julia Smith is taken back
to New en York orh if the efforts in her be ¬
half halt fail she and a n dher her husband hUS band will be b
I confronted with affidavits made by y
close friends which tell a story of an
I alleged conspiracy c9Jlspir c 0 to to extort money mr m y froro from
Bookmaker J30 kmaltcrFrank Prank CCaesar Caesar Young a
I Imonth month before hip h death
1 These affidavits are in the hands of
Assistant District DistrictAttorney Attorney Garvan who
will w U arrive in Cincinnati Cine matl today toda and w ill
be a surprise surpr ls to the couple under ar ¬
rest
I Refused R fused to Answer Ques tions
Shay and Cogan have advised their
clients not to answer questions and
when Detective Quinn of New York
saw them at headquarters neither
Smith nor his wife would say sa a word
Detective Sergeant McNaught of New
York arrive here late yesterday with
requisition papers and held a long con ¬
ference with the heads hea s of the police de ¬
partment McNaught says the prisoners
are charged with conspiring with ith Nan I
Patterson Patte on to toectort extort money from Young Yo ng
It will be alleged at the trial that th the
life llf of Young was threatened unless he
gave gavcup up money mone McNaught says
i I I do not believe that when Nan Pat ¬
terson got jn n + cab c b with Young that
she shel1ad had any IdeaO Idea of 0 1 shooting him hImTlie The TI e
man was tired of the woman ane and she
realized reallzedthat thal t t he was getting awafrom away from
her
We h have ve affidavits to the effect e that
Nan N n was heard to say in thCxpresence th presence of
several persons that Young was going
away uwayand and that she was afraid she would
lose her meal ticket We Ve believe that
when she got in the cab with Young
on the fatal day she had the revolver re lTer
with her for a bluff
How They Were Shadow Shadowed d
It turns out that a friend of a a a friend
ot Mr Rand had a good deal to do with
the arrest of the Smiths lie saw them
in it a Cleveland hotel and notified Mr
Rands friend The friend passed along
the word to to Mr Rand A private detec
tive tlYeagene agency had been following foUowin the
1 1Smiths I ISmIths 1 Smiths but bu t Its men had temporarily t rnporaril
lost track of them The agency Imme ¬
diately dI telvsent tely sent two of its men from Mon ¬
treal tl l and thereafter th faf er the Smiths SmithswCre were
always under und > r surveillance sun Ulance
Most of the time there were four men
employed watching watchingthe the Smiths mlt118 It Is
said that th lt they were not particularly
pleased with the job As < 5 soon as they
got g t friendly with Smith he Is said to
have found it convenient to get small
leans from them The sleuths were al
ways ays assured that it was only onl a tempo t mpo ¬
rary Joan
No one seems to know where the
Smiths got ot the money to carry carr them
around this country comtryarid arid Canada for al ¬
most a year
Hyman Stern the pawnbroker who
sold the th pistol with which Young was
killed is not coming to Cincinnati He
will WillbQ be bq on hand handto to have a lOOk at the th e
Smiths when they the reach New York
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DESCRIBES D SCRIBESL SCRIBESLD L AWD AND D OF THE SKY
The passenger department of the
Southern South rn Railway has l as Issued an attrac ¬
tive pamphlet on The Land of the
Sky Sk The pamphlet ishandsomel is handsomely il ¬
lustrated and contains descriptions of
I Imanyhea1th Imany manyhea1th many health resorts reached reachedb by the
railway in the picturesque Carolinas
particular attention ntion is given given to to the
Land of the Sky Sk which whleh1stl1at whichis Is that por ¬
tion tionot tionotT tionotest of Western T est rnNorth North Carolina lying l inl
between the Blue Ridge mountains and
the Iron Smoky and nd Unaka ranges of
eastern Tennessee
ICHESS HESSCHAPION CHA PION
TRIES SUICIDE
Pillsbury Attempts to to Jump
Irom F 1 onl Window
INSANE FIT FROM ILLNESS
Overpowered by Doctors and Nurses
and Finally Quieted by Oppor ¬
tune Arrival Arriyalof of Wife
PHILADELPHIA PfI ILADE LPHIA Pa April April 1 1
While critically critlcallYi11 ill as the result of a
delicate deHc te operation Henry Xoson X son Pills ills
bury bur American champion chess player p in1er
became temporarily insane inRanein in the Pres ¬
byterian Hospital
Physicians Ph sicians and an ci nurses nurses were trying tryIn to
prevent the crazed man from reaching rea ching
a fourth story window when Mrs Pills
bury arrived and at the sound of her
voice omce her h r husband d became beeamequiet quiet He
permitted Irs Irspms lr Pillsbury ury to lead him
back to his hL < bed and is now reported repoxt ed to to
be beimprovlng Improving
The first flrstln intimation tlrn atl on the attending phy py ¬
sician had that his patient had become beco me
irrational was when whenheentered he entered the thech chess ss
players a room and ound una him dressing dress ing
himself The The doctor doctorrem remonstrated bnstrated with w th
Mr lrrPmsbur Pillsbury but the latter latter said that
his friend Walter 1 alter Penn Shipley Ship ShipIe ley was
STiving g Ying ing a aballahd t ball and he had promised Mrs
Pillsbury PIlfSbur Y to take her he r there
Undressed and Put to Bed
Perceiving Perccii ing that Mr Plllsburys Pillsbury s mind min d
Tsas as wandering the physician humored d
him until the chess player agreed aST ed to
abandon the imaginary ball balland and permit ¬
ted himself to be undressed undre sed and put to
bed
No sooner had Mr fr Pillsbury returned r turned
to bed than he informed the nurse nurse1n in at ¬
tendance that hat he was burning up for I
want of water She left the room to
get him some water and he h followed foI1lw cf
her She persuaded him to return until
she brought him a glass of water ThEm Then I
the chess player complained that the i
water was full of o f fstrange strange creatures I
The nurse realizing that Mr Pills I
burys condition n wasbec was becoming Oming morese moresedous more se ¬
r dous ious summoned the doctor d ctor Together j
they the persuaded pcrs Jnded the the patient that the th
water was free from strange strangecrea crea ¬
tures and he h was about to drink it
when he paused pa ausOd sedand and demanded thatlha th that t he
be permitted permittedto to draw dm the water wal at r himself
Then he leaped from the thebcd bed and ran to
the hallway nurse and physician trying tr ing
vainly to stop him
Restrained by Attendants Attendin Attendins s
Other doctors and nurses arrived and
surrounded Mr M Pillsbury just as he
was making maklngforn for a window They pre ¬
vented him from reaching it but ut he heb be ¬
came violent and an but for the oppor ¬
tune arrival of Mrs Pillsbury there thereI I
might m ight have been bet n more serious results I
Mrs Pillsbury had h d been in the hos ¬ I II
pital almost constantly const ntly since her herhus bus ¬
band underwent an operation last
Tuesday She was on onon one of the lower
floors wh when > n Mr Pillsbury started for
the hallway hallwaywlndOvl window on the fourth floor
His voice reached reachedhe her ran and d she hastened l nstened
upstairs When she spoke spok to him l1imand and
placed a restraining hand upon up hl1im Him she
accomplished more than the seven or
eight e ght physicians ph sicians and nurses had done
Mr Pillsbury has been in ill health
for two or three thle years His condition
prevented him im from participating in Inre re ¬
cent chess Tournaments and this is be
tleved to have h ecauscd caused him much worry
BOWLDER BO JLDER CRASHED
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McKEESPORT lIcl ESPORT Pa April lThe 1 The
loosening of the hillside hlllsidealong along the Bal ¬
timore and Ohio railroad in the vicinity ViClnit iclnitl 1
of Coulters was responsible for Engi ¬
neer F 1 W Welsh of 204 Courtland ave ¬
nue Glenwood losing his r right ight arm this thi
morning and came came near causing a bad
freight wreck
Engineer Welsh is in the McTCeesport
Hospital where the arm was amputated
this morning and he will likely likel recover
The injured man was at the throttle
of o f fa a westbound freight train passing
Coulters at 7 oclock this morning when
a huge bowlder rolled down from the
hill and nd crashed Into the cab of the
locomotive crushing Engineer Welshs
arm and inflicting several sever l scalp wounds
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Quart bottle Maple Syrup 19c
Sweet Meadow Sugar Corn Wc 7cper ser er
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Cream Lunch Crackers Bc c per lb
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