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Cloudy CIO oily and warmer V tonight tonightShowers tons ght ht hthovers I SBBV a E S
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Showers r tomorrow r < < Cnr a ftingfllU 11ies City ty Edition ion 1
Ricketts Rick Ric k eats tt J Cannot Find FindPlace FindPlace FirailP1ac
Place P1ac e for Them atPresent at ati atPresent
i Present PresentHOEESTO PresentHOIU PresentH
Will WiIlTry Try to Make ake Them Pay Payfor Payfor Payfor
for Themselves If He HeRetains HeRetains HeRetains
Retains Position PositionWhen PositionWhen Position1Chen
1Chen When Public
Printer Palmer was wascompelled wascomp wascompelled
compelled comp l ed to turn his office ° over to toOscar toOscar toOscar
Oscar J J J Ricketts he left to theActlnb the Acting
Public Printer as an o official legacy legac theseventtwo the theseventytwo theseeut4two
seventytwo new Lanston monotype monotypemaChlneswhlchcnus monotypemachines
machines maChlneswhlchcnus which caused d all the troubles troublesot troublesof
of the past few months In the the big print printshop prlntshop printshop
shop shopThey shopIhe shopThey
They Ihe are a white elephant on o the thehands thehands thehands
hands of the new ncw offlcraT Ricketts went wenton wenton wenton
on record as saying s lnS that he did not notknow notknow
know what hat In the world Mr Ir Palmer Palmerwould Palmerwould
would do with the machines machinesThe machinesThe machinesThe
The first shipment of the machines machinesreached machinesreached machinesreached
reached the printery yesterday jesterday The Thekeyboards Thekeyboards Thekeyboards
keyboards of every one of the seventy seventytwo scvent scventtwo seventytwo
two were sent fir RIcketts has tem temporarily tempomrily temporarily ¬
porarily solved the problem before him himby 111mby himby
by storing them In the basement basementHe basementHe basementHe
He has been Informed that the rest restof restor restof
of the machines 1pachln will be shipped immediately Imme Immediately Immedla ¬
diately diatelyMr dla diatelyMr tely tely1lr
Mr Ricketts RlckeUSannpunces announces that he will willgive wiligive Ill Illgive
give the Lanstons a fair trial and will willtry willtry willtry
try to set et out of them what the Gov Government GO GOernment Government ¬
ernment has haspaid paid for them themWhile themWhile
While lliJe lie hebellcves believes the Mergenthaler Is Isbetter Isbetter s sbetter
better for straight work he has testi testified testlfled testified ¬
fied that the Lanston was better for fortabular fortnbular fortabular
tabular work ork and Is now having the theBlue theBlueBook thel31ue
Blue BlueBook Book run oft on those already alrend alrendoperatlon
in n operation in the plant He hopes incase In Incase 1ncuche
case cuche he is allowed to remain at the thehead thehead thehead
head of the office to find rome place placefor placefor placefor
for the machines by b the time Congress Congressconvenes Conbrcsconvenes Congressconvenes
convenes and to be able to rise se them In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the rush work 3f > r the Congressional l ses sesstop ses session session ¬
y J Itb1ta > > lIb blicHearipg i Hea Hean118 ipg in the Matter M Matter tter May ay Bee1d Be BeSeia e eHeld
Held e1d Evariy E Earl y Jjexfci j iext iextlontiL extt iL Tj
1 Month of Gn Gnlih th thJ J J JThe
J i
i lih lihThe
The IJljstrlfct Dlltrl Dl trtbt t Commissioners C Commis mmlsgloners = toners have hav de deJded ded e eclded
d Jded ded toglf to ghethose give ve those who whowlsh wish to discuss discussthe discussthe discuss
k the amending am nding of the building bun ding laws a apublic apublic ap
p public hearingWhen hearing hearingWhen hearlnJWhentols
Whentols When this will will be hejd hcd has not been beendecided becndecIded beendecided
decided but that It will 111 take place in inthe Inthe inthe
the early part of October Is almost as assured aslIured assured ¬
To Feel the Pulse PulseEngineer PulseEQglneerCommlssloner Pulser
r Engineer EQglneerCommlssloner Commissioner Biddlc who whoexercises whoccerclses whoexercises
exercises direct supervision over the en enforcement enforcement enforcement ¬
forcement of the building buiI lnb laws in the theDistrict theDIstrict theDistrict
District of Columbia Columbia is anxious to feel feelthe feelthe feelthe
the pulse p ls of the public on the question questionbefore questionbetore questionbefore
before he makes any recommendations recommendationsrelative recommendationsrelative recommendationrelative s
relative to to the proposed amendents amendentssubmitted amendentsubmltted amendentsubmittedto s
submitted submittedto to him early carl in the summer summerby summerb summeby r
by b a n committee of representative busi bustness business business ¬
ness menThe men menThe menThe
The proposed amendments to the pres present present Areseat ¬
ent code of building Jaws which the theDistrict theD th thDistrict
District D strlct Commissioners have been asked askedto asketlto aske asketo a
to have enacted provide for a much muchgreater muchIJreater muc mucgreater h
greater light and ventilation pace 1 1the in inthe Inthe n
the erection of apartment or tenement tenementhouses tenementhouses tenemenhouses t
Question Was Aired AiredThe AiredThe AiredThe
The question was given a general enernl pub publicity publcltJ publicity ¬
licity lcltJ by The Times some time ago an anthe and andthe andthe d
the proposed amendments met with th thhearty the thehearty theheartJ e
hearty approbation of the laymen laymenthroughout lamenthroughout laymethroughout n
throughout tho District as well as the thehealth thbhealth th thhealth e
health officer and building Inspector of ofthe ofthe o othe
the District Government the latter latterofficials laterQ01cials tatte tatteomclals
officials recommending the change inmore In a amore amore
more general way In their annual re reports reports reports ¬
ports submitted about a month ago agoAMERICAN agoAMERICAN agoAMERICAN
SEATTLE Wash Sept 1C IGThe The nine ninetysixth nlnetslth nin nintysixth e ¬
tysixth annual meeting of the Amer American AmerIcan Amerlean ¬
ican board boar of commissioners for mis missions missions mist ¬
t sions of the Congregational Church Churchopened Churchopened Churcopened h
opened this afternoon In Plymouth Con Congregational ConEregatfonal Congregational
gregational Church The treasurers re report report report
port showed that the debt of the board boardin boardi6527 boar boarIs d
in 17C527 of which 22737 was carrie carrieover carried carriedover cardedocr d
over from last year yearTHE yearTHE yearTHE
The eastern area of high pressure no nostretches w
stretches from the Canadian
Provinces southwestward to easterTennessee
Tennessee It has made very vcr little east eastward eastard eas easward t
ward ard advance since Friday Frida morning an ancontinues d
continues to dominate the weather in inastern Inta I Iastern n
ta astern < tem districts Pressure Is low fro froKansas
Kansas lansas and Nebraska westward practi practically practically practcally
cally to the Pacific coast the greate
depression being in western Nebraskand
and western Kansas KansasRain KansasPoain KansasPain
Rain has fallen in eastern Kansas KansasMissouri KansasUssourl C CMissouri
Missouri Iowa Iowat Illinois Indiana Ohio Ohl o
Pennsylvania New ew York western west rn Ne
England ti and nd along alon the south Atlant Atlantcoast
coast coastIt coastIt 10 10It
It Is warmer In the Qhio valley a anortheastern n
northeastern districtsFor districts dletrlctSfFor dl8tJlCtFor
For tonight and Sunday showers a aprobable
probable in the middle Atlantic Statethe States Statesthe Statesthe 3
the lower lo er lake region and along t tsouth h
south Atlantic coast coastThe coa8 coa8The coastThe
The temperature changes will be sin sinand
and unimportant unimportantTEMPERATURE unimportantTEMPERA unimportantTEMPERATURE
9 a m ml2 C
12 noon 7
Registered Reclllt red Afflecks Standard Thermometer Th Thermomete9a nnometer r
3 9a a m 7
12 2 nwn g
1 P m + y i s sTHE
i Sun sets ets today i 6
Sun rises tomorrow 54 54TIDE b bTIDE
Low tide today 3K p m
High tide today 94i p m
Low tide tomorrow tomorrow435 435 a m449 m 449 p m mHigh mHI1J
High tide tomorrow 1017 a m 1036 p pm pi m
1 +
Only One of the Vanderbilts Who Mar Married Married Married ¬
ried a Foreigner Arrives in inNew inNew inNew
New York YorkDuchess YorJrCONSUElO YorkCONSUELO
J 1Duchess
Duchess of Marlborough MarlboroughComes Marlborough MarlborougliComes MarlboroughComes
Comes on Campania CampaniaMEETS CampaniaMEETS
After Many Disappointments Daughter Daughterof
of Mrs 0 H HP P Belmont Greets GreetsFriends qreetsJ GreetsiG3
Friends FriendsinpAmeiica in America = pJ X XNEW
iG3 iG31NEW 4 4i
i NEW 1YORK YORK Sept 16 1 1GThe The The young youngDuchess joun jounIDuchess young youngDuchess
IDuchess Duchess of Marlborough formerly ronnerl Miss MissConsuelo MissConsuelo MIssI
I Consuelo on3uelo Vanderbilt has arrived She Shewas Shewas Shewas
was met at at the the pier plJer by her mother motherMrs mother1rs motherMrs
Mrs 1rs O OH H P PBelmont Belmont and the latters lattershuaband lattershU1bard
husband huabandI
I will spend a month en n this sidesaid side sidesaid sidesaid
said the duchess in an Interview I Iintended IInterided Iintended
intended to go direct to t Deepdale Dcepd le I L I Ithe rthe Ithe
the home Of my my brother broth brother r William llJlam K KVanderbllt KYanderblt KVanderbilt
Vanderbilt ir r
Traveled Alone AloneThe AloneThe AloneThe
The duchess traveled alone She was wasthe wa wathe wasthe
the first passenger passenger to leave thcship thcshipThe the ship shipThe shipThe
The trip was delightful she ex exclaimed exclaimed exclaimed ¬
claimed to her mother and you you cer certainly certalnb certainly ¬
tainly do look fine One never knows knowshew knowshcW knowshaw
hew to appreciate New York until she shegoes shes
goes s s away awa and returns I ram Am Just ach aching ach1ng ¬
ing to see all the folks again Every Everything EVeryth1ng Everyis ¬
thing Is simply lovely on the other side sideThe sideThe
The duke and our two children t are re In Infine Infine Infine
fine health hC lth and they all send loveairs love loveMrs loveoIrs
Mrs Belmont has arranged for a house houseparty housepprt
party pprt at tt t her h r home hom at itempstead Hempstt > ad is y yIn 1In
In honor of her daughter The Brock Brockbolt Broclcbolt
bolt Villa will w 111 be the scene of the larjrest lat latest larjr
est house party ever given at Hemp Hempstead Hempstead
stead New York society will be there therein thenIn ther therin e
in full fu full l forceThe force forceThe torceThe
The Vanderbilts Astors and New cw York Yorksociety York80clet Yor Yorsociety k
society 80clet in general have been expecting expectingviait
i a visit Islt from the duchess for months but butbecause bu
because of many postponements no one onereally onlreally on e
I really thought she was here h rc until the theboat theboat th e ee
boat landed and she stepped to the pier
It has been two years since she visited visitedthe visitedthe
the land of her birth birthFather birthFather
Father Still Abroad AbroadW AbroadK
W K Vanderbilt sr sr father of the theuuchess theuchess th thduchess e
duchess and his wife are still abroad abroadthough abroadthough abroadthough
though they are expected very shortly shortlyat shortl shortlat y
at Idle Hour L I where they will willspend willspend
spend the winter winterThe winterThe winterThe
The Dowager Duchess D Chcs of Marlborough Marlboroughwho oIarlbooughwho
who was formerly tormerJ Mrs Irs Louis Hamers
ly 1 daughter of old Commodore Price
arrived here two weeks ago and is s stop ¬
ping at the Hotel Netherlands
Before her hf > r return tlie ylC lie duchess will 1
visit Newport fofn for a few days It Is ox x
pccttd that a n number of big social socialhonor soda 1
functions will be arranged arran sed here In he n her r rThousands
honor honorThoullands honorThousands
Thousands of mauve orchids will dec
prate orate the home of 0 Mrs Mr lr8 Clarence Mac ¬
kay ka the night night of September S pcmber 23 when whe n
she entertains < for 0 the th duchess who will 1
be a house guest at Mrs Mackays olacka s S
country conn try scat < eat Marbor Hill Rosyn L L I
Sixty Slxt guests Uests have bc been n invited
The Th > orchid Is Mrs Irs Mnckays favorite
flower and mauyc mauve Is s her he favorite color
Her stationery st1toner r is s mauve ma e and many oi at o
her evening gowns Iwns are of the same t1 tint UL t t
Th The < orchid ° M 18 s now identified in
l n
society socl soclet h y
with Mrs Mackay Mackay Iacka as the American
Beauty P eanty Is with Mrs lrs Astor stor and tnl tncJlr the n
denla with Mrs oIrs Ogden Goelet rar
Orchid blooms are now seventvtlvo
cents each wholesale vnereas Jereas in win m1 e
t ter crvlh r the they y are sldom seldom Jess css than J1JX Ito For Fo n rA r
5000 flowers the
price will b be 30 A
The Mackay lJaclm gold service will be d
use S d
at t the dinner dlnr e for the th duchess duchessVETERAN duchessVETERAN
I Sergt Aldolphus Eckloff
for a num numI number nu I Ii Iber
I ber of years In charge of the Anacostla Anacostipolice t
j police station celebrated his seventy sevent seventeighth y
II eighth birthday yesterday He Is
> > s hale haleall ha e
and heart hearty and capable ot pertonnln perform
all kinds of duty dut Eckloff was congratu rag u
I lated by the men at the station and his h is
I many friends In Anacostla and Wa 11as ash h
I Inton
I 0 0 F at Philadelphia Philadelphia55CO
55CO ro for round round trip trl via Pennsylvania In
Railroad on Sept 15 16 and 17 flood to toreturn toe
I return until Set 25 2 Extension oturn or 0 re e ¬
turnlimit turn limit to Oct 5 can be had on pa pay y ¬
ment Of t 100 additional to Jojnt Jont Aeont Aeontut AtcntI1t Agog yt t
ut Philadelphia Phlh delphla Frequent l r > quent and ample amp le
train service Consult ticket agents for f or
I side trips to seashore and for stopover atop ov er
at Baltimore B BaltimoreAdv 1 1 ore Adv Ad
Have HaveFailed Failed in Attempt Attemptto
t to Exert Ex lxe lxeinfluence rt Personal PersonalInfluence PersonalInfluen
Influence InfluenceCOMBINE Influen influenceAT e eCOMBINE
Hopeto Hope to Kill KilLPropos Proposed Water WaiterwaY Waterway Waervayby ¬
way vayby by Constantly O stantly Re Recurring Recptring Recurring ¬
curring curring Delays DelaysThat
That the there > e Is a 0 a strong compact de determined determined determined ¬
termined Orgarilzailon orga lzitoI1 at work ork to pre prevent prent prevent ¬
vent nt or at least dclity and and embarrass embarrassconstruction embarrassconstructlono embarrass embarrassconstruction
construction constructlono of of the Panama canal andthat and andthat andthat
that It is amply nmpl equipped with the thesinews thesncWs thesinews
sinews of o war is proved prue proved by b the fact factjust CactJust factjust
just brought to light that a representa representative repr representative senta sentathe ¬
tive of this Organization recently ap approached appreached 41 41proacheda ¬
preached proacheda a close friend of President PresidentRoosevelt PresidentRoosevelt PresidentRoosevelt
Roosevelt and tried to hire him to use usehis usehis usehis
his influence Jnnu nce with the President Presld nt infavor in infavor Intavor
favor of policies which hch would tend to todrag todab todrag
drag the canal into dlfllculties dlfllcultiesThis difficulties difficultiesThis tilfficultiesThis
This effort to rcucii rcuci1 rcac l the President Presidentthrough Presidentthrough Presidentthrough
through personal perso personal 1nl friendship Is known knownto knownto knownto
to the Chief Executive The Thepropositlon Thepropositlonwas proposition propositionwas propositionwas
was promptly rejectedThs rejected rejectedThe rejectedTh
The Th prominence of the man to whom whomthe whomthe whomthe
the proposal was made and the fact factthat tactthat factthat
that he is now in the public service In Insuch Insuch insuch
such a relation that he could be ex expected ex expected x xpectfd ¬
pected toha to have large influence with the thePresident thePresident I
President Pre ddent in matters affecting the canal canalunite canalunite I Iunite
unite to give the theh matter exceptional exceptionalsignificance exceptionalslgnlficnnce exceptionalgnificance
significance significanceAlso si gnificanceAlso
Also Als Opposes pposs Rate Regulation RegulationThe I
The Th organization of powerful p wertul in influences influences ¬ 1 1fluences
fluences to oppose oppose the canal has been beenrumored bCenl beent beentrumored
rumored for a long time It is known knownto knownto knownto
to be closely l s lJ related to the organization organizationthat organIzation organIzationthat organizationthat
that Is establishing cs6bllshln establishing bureaus all over the thecountry t thecountry e i icountrj
country to oppose railroad rate regulatlon regula regulation regulaI regulaIlon ¬
tion lon legislation and In both directions directionsmuch directionsmuch directionsmuch
much activity ac hlly has has been manifestedtely manifested manifestedlately manifestedlately
lately la tely though th though ugh the work has been done donewith donewith I Iwith
with all possible p slble secrecy secrecyUpon secec sececUpo secrecyUpon
Upon Upo his 1 hold hold lo d with with the American peo people people people ¬
ple President Roosevelt will wlllhae have to todepend
depend in the fight flghtover over Panama ques questions questfons ques ¬
tions Persons Persons and interests antago antagonized antag9 antagonizedIn ¬ i in
nized n nizedIn d In the t e canal can al development are arelooking arelooking
looking for trouble troubleMany troubler troublebiany l
> Many r nJ Interests intei est > i have Been overriddenIn oerri overridden overriddetiin d r rIn
In the th Roosevelt Roose elt canal policy poll C Friehdir FrtetidsofNlcaidSua Friehdirof Frl hii hiit1lca °
of ofNlcaidSua t1lca Nicaragua gua ar ar areilhsfrong 7stlU s m strong i ong Earnest Ern Earnesteffortssere st stt
Jeff effortssere t orts rts were ere recently rec r tly made ma e to get get the theconsulting theconsulting theconsulting
consulting engineers engln ers from from foreign gov governments g gernmente go goernments ¬
ernments who have Just gone gone to Pan Panama Panama Panama ¬
ama to visit alsothe also the Nlcaraguan Nlc mguan route routeIt routeIt routeIt
It required considerable considerable diplomacy to toevade toevatle tovade
evade e vade the pressure pressureToo pressureToo pressureToo
Too Many Reorganizations ReorganizationsIn 1 1In
In the quarters qu rters which whl h were most mostfriendly most mostfriendly j
friendly to the Panama route anmP anmPsupport otpe otpesupport oinp oinpsuppprt
support has been alienated by b the themethods themethods I Imethods
methods of acquiring its title title Then the thesuccessive thesuccessive 1 1succcsshe
successive reorganizations of the com commission ¬
mission mission have hurt many man peoples feelings feel feolIngs f l i
Ings Friends of Admiral Walker alker and andhis andhis 1 1his
his associates who were railroaded out outof outof i ior
of office fcy b the President after Con Congress Congress ¬ j jgress
gress had refused to legislate them out outhave outhave outhave
have not been indifferent The heroo hero heroof herooC
of o the antiWalker movement was John JohnF JohnI JohnF JohnF I
F Wallace the the chief engineer It was wasto wasto wasto
to carry out the the11allace Wallace idea In Incon Inconsiderable con considerable considerable ¬
siderable part that the Walker nlkcr com crimmission commission c m mmissIon ¬
mission was ousted Soon Wallace re resigns 1esigns reigns ¬
signs s igns In apparent bad temper and an another nnother another ¬
other man takes tal es his place who it Is lacharged Ischnrg ischarged
charged chnrg will have none or the Wallaceadherents Wallace Wallaceadherents aJillce aJillceadherents
adherents about him Mr olr Stevens has hasbeen hasbeen
been compelled to issue a formal denial denialof tlonlnlor
of this charge Nor is It likely thecommission the thecommission thecommIssion
commission is now organized just as the thePresident thePresident thePresident
President would like 1 It IL A list of o charg charges ¬
es against the Panama managementwould management managementwould managementwould
would show an extraordinary state ofaffairs of ofaffairs otaffairs
Conflicting Reports ReportsOne ReportsOne ReportsOne
One day it I Is s reported re > ortc that Wallace Wallaceresigned allace allacecslS
resigned cslS ed because he could ccul not conscien conscientiously consclenUousl consctenttousl ¬
tiously Uousl work under the Shonts regime regimeand regimeand
and that an expose from him will yet yetstartle vet vetstartle et etstartle
startle the country countr Another day da It t Is Isleportod IsIeportetl isteported
leportod that William ilJlnm Nelson Cromwell Cromwellthe Cromwellthe Cromwellthe
the attorney who sold the French works worksto worksto workto s
to the Government s Uthe the pcrver pcT cr be behind behln bethe ¬
hind hln the throne t rone and that it was v as he hewho hewho h hrebuke e
who put Taft ur > to the public rebuke rebukeadministered rehuktadministered e
administered to Wallace allac Extreme pro protectionists protecttonlsts ¬
tectionists become suddenly arouse arouseover aroused arousedover arouSedover d
over the announcement that the Admin Administration AdminIstration Adminlstration ¬
istration must have export ex Ort prices on onIts onIts or orits
Its contracts there The next day tav favoritism tavTIU tavrrltlsm ¬
oritism TIU m In n the award of contracts be becomes becomes becomes ¬
comes the clwirce clwirceRepresentative ch1 rgc rgcReprc
Representative Reprc entntle e Hay of VirgInia V irglnln a con conyervatlve conervaUe conscrvathe
yervatlve Democrat Democratot of the Military Af Affaire ACfairs Atfirs ¬
faire Committee who ordinnrly ordlnarl standwell stands standswell stndswell s
well with the Administration < m has an announced annourced ¬
nourced his hi purpose at the opening of ofthe ofthe o othe f
the coming session to call fcrnn for an in investigation Investigation investlgation ¬
vestigation of Panama affairs He aa aaFertH aartR
FertH rtR that contracts amounting to toJ200000CO totOlf1 t 1
J200000CO tOlf1 > OCQ have been awarded without withoutcompetitive withoutcompetitive i
competitive bidding and he wants the thesubject theubject tilesubject
subject overhauled overhauledAttitude oehauledAttitude
Attitude of Railroads RailroadsConsiderable RailroadsCI1sldCrablc
Considerable mystery surrounds th Jhe Jheattitude Jheattltutle e
attitude of o tho transcontinental rail railroads railroads ¬
roads The stcck stckcxplanlltlon stc k explanation of o t1tel t1telfeelings their theirfeelings theirfeelings r
feelings is that by b the time the canal canalis caua cauais annlIs I
is completed the development of th thcountry the thecountry thfcountlj e
country will Ill have gone forward so o rap rapIdly rap rapIdly rapIdly
Idly and the Canal < anal itself tsel will make s so somuch so somuch 1
much new business b tdncss that the the net riet result resultswill resultIJJ e ewill >
will IJJ be beneflclalNotwfthstandiitg beneficIal bencflcln1Notwithstanding beneficIalNotw
Notwithstanding Notw thstandl S this theory the own ownera ownlH ownens
era > lH of o transportation systems do no not notview notIew
view Iew with calmness the lemoraUzntlOn lemoraUzntlOnof n
of rates rates which the Cat caral at al threatens threatensWallaces thrcat > ns nsallac
Wallaces allac s nssertion ns ertlon that It could be built built1n bull t
In six years nrs was disquieting That the thecanal thean tli C
canal an l with reasonable toll folic which whichagc a aGovernmentowned aGQvernmenl
Governmentowned GQvernmenl wncd ng n agc gl 7ncy C is s sure to topermit topermit t termlt o
permit ermlt will divert a a consIderable fca frac fraction fmetlon e ¬
lion of o the trafflc must be acknowledged acknowl acknow14cdgetl l ledged I
edged It takes a fnst freight train to tocross tocross 2 A Across
cross the continent as n ns rapidly as a sh1 sh1r ship shipI shllConU li
I Continued ConU ucd on Third Page I age ase482S
a48 34825 482S z5 to California Without WithoutChangc WithoutChangcYla ChaI Change ChangeVia n e
Via So Ry R So SoP Pacific clf1c through Land Landof Landof Lan d
of the Sky and Memphl M > mphls Personally PorsoraJl PorsoraJlCOndu
conducted COndu < ted Berth J850 8gp A J I Poston gcn gcnernl ne tm tmernl L =
ernl agent nseritiiU ollPa Sll Pa an aye a c nw 703 7O OS 15th th st stJdv at
Adv y
Rival Rival Rig al of JS Stanley tan1eY an1ey in in Ex ExDISTINGUISHED Explolatiops EXlocations
plolatiops locations o ofAfrica ofAfricaDiSTINGUISHED fri J JI JDISTINGUISHED
i I
Aggravated Attack of Acute DysenteryWas Dysentery DysenteryWas DyenteryWas
Was Cause of This Celebrated CelebratedMans CeIebratedMans CelebratedMans
Mans Death DeathPARIS D DeathPARIS ath athPARIS <
PARIS Sept 16 16The = The Th a acolonles minister mInlsterot minister of thp thpcolonies thrc
colonies c lonles has received a 1 cable dispatch dlspatcftfrom dlsMt dispatchfrom i ifrom
from the governor of French West WestAfrica West WestAfrica veStAfrica
Africa announcing the death of Countde Count Countde Count Countde
de Brazza the explorer The Th minister ministernotified ministernotified ministernotified
notified Countess de Brazza sayingthat saying sayingthat sayIngt
that t at France had lost one of of her most mostglorious mostglorious mostglorious
glorious citizensPresident citizens citizensPresident citizensPresident
President Ixmbet also telegraphed his hiscondolence hiscondolence hiscondolence
condolence to the countess counte countessCount S SCount t tCount
Count de Brazza was returning returning froma from froma
a special mission to Central Africa to 10i toinvestigate toinvestigate
investigate i estisate charges of cruelty cruelt against againstnatives against nialnstnaUc againstnatives
natives and was Attacked by b acutg acutgdysentery acut acutdysEnte acutOdysentery
dysentery dysEnte which was aggravated abgraI nted by the thefatlguo thefatigue the thefatigue
fatigue of the voyage voyageThe voyageThe oyageThe
The Countess de Brazza who sur survives surIes survives ¬
vives Ies her h r illustrious mustrloush husband s a d was was Va Mlle Mllede Mile Milede e ede
de Chnmbrun She 1s 1s the greatgreat greatgreatgranddaughter greatgr greatgreat greatgreatgranddaughter at atgranddaushter
granddaughter of Central General Gen ral Lafayettet LafayettetShe Laf L tfayefte tfayefteShe ye e eShe
She Is the daughter of rit Marquis I rqul Charles CharlesAdolph Charl CharlesAdolph s sAtlolph
Adolph de Chambrun ChambrunCountess ChambrunCountCIIH ChambrunCountess
Countess da Brazza for so s so man
who many manyyears manyears ninnyyears
years was well weJJknoWn known in l Washington Washingtonsociety 1Vashiagtonsociety Vnshlnbton3c
society 3c > clet is the aist rsttr lstfr r of ott the the Viscount ViscountCharles vrscou ViscountCharles t tCharles
Charles de Chambrun secretary secretary of at the theFrench th thorench theFrench
French legation He II is Ispopular popular and andvell andwell andyell
well esteemed in n local diplomatic cir circles clrIes cirPies =
Pies Ies Another brother Count Pierre de deChambrun d dChambrun
Chambrun married Miss Nlcholls lchollast step stepdaugiatcr step stepdaughter p pdauhht = ¬
daughter dauhht r of Bellamy nellam Storer Storer 01 oC 0 Cin Cincinnati Cin 1n 1nclnnatJ ¬
cinnati cinnati Ohio now the American am ambassador am amblssador ¬
bassador to Spain SpainBorn SlalnBorn
Born on Board Ship ShipAfterward ShipAfterward ShipAfterward
Afterward Frenchman FrenchmanPierre
Pierre Paul Fraricois I rnricolsCamlJle Cnmllle de Braz Brazza B1aoa Brazza ¬
za a Count de Savorqnan was wasorn born on ana anaess cma cmavessel a avessel
vessel ess < l In n the harbor of Rib de Janeiro JaneiroIn JaneiroIn Janeiro
In January 1E52 He was W3S ryas educated educated In Inthe Inthe
the Jesuits College Paris Paris and and became becamenaturalized be becamenaturalized ame amenaturalized
naturalized as a lrenchman l In 1S74 Aft After orter 41t 41ter ¬
er starving s sewing nlnS a time In I the French French navy n navy Jhe Jhewnssent he
was wnssent sent to to explore ex Ill oro the thebas basin n of the theriver tJ1Crlf theriver
river rlf r Ogowe In Western restern Africa the ob object objct obiect ¬
ject of hl his mission being tc tu find find a a trade traderoute trade traderoute trade traderoute
route from the coast up up p to io o Stanley StanleyPool StailIey StailIeyPool StanleyPool
Pool the point po nt where navigable n navigable lhnblc water water waterextended wa er ereten
extended eten ed SiJO IJ ip miles Into nto the Interior InteriorDo JnterlorDQ interiorDe
Do Brazza followed the Ogawa river riverto rlerto
to the mcuntaln m < Un11lnand and struck the Congo Controat Con Conat
at Stanley Stanle Pool This route rout he fount fountwoulfl found tounf1wouM
would be the best one for torLtpping tapping theCongo the theCongo theConJo
Congo in the Interest Intcr s of French com cocnmere cpni
mere mer e Subsequently SubJ eciuentl he advocated adtocatedan adtocatedanother n nother nothcr
I other route rout starting from the tJ westcoast west westcoast w st stcoast
coast at Banfla and reaching th the > Congo Congoit
I it the same point pointHis Joint JointHis
His Sctrond Sc ond Route RouteHis ROi1rHis
His second route from Bang BangIso was wasalso was wasalso
also Iso of much greater length length than ih 1 along alongthe al i g gthe
the banKS han of the ti ConcorThc Congo The French Frenchminister Fr French nch nchninlstcr
minister of foreign affairs plftced p cetl a asum a asum i i311m
sum of 10000 francs at his disposal and andlater andlater
later the the minister of public Instruction Instructionurged fnshucti n nurged
urged him him to continue with Dr Balmy Ballaythe n Balmythe pay paythe
the work he had commenced commenced tl in 1875iAf 1Bi5 1Bi5Att 1875i 15vAfter
Af Att After tor > r lil ifs flrat flr > t campaign of three thrfe years yet yetlie etts ettsbe 1s
De Brazza left lettEurope Europe agaln t iI on n thelh the the7th the7th
< 7th lh of December D cell1ber IB 18ia I jl 9 tee 1 tu minister ministerof minIsterof
of marine marinethen then placed pli cel De Brazza Braz a at th thdisposition the thedisposition
disposition of tho French rench comniltte comniltteof ommIU omrrilttleof e eo
of o the African international Associa Association A lssocl lssocllion qc qctlon ¬
lion and with Its Itsas assent nt he established CstatilistiedContinued ta tillsned tillsnedConUnue
1 Continued on Fifth 1 fth Page p Page
Nan Patterson PattersonReweds PattersonRewedsier Reweds RewedsHer RewedsHer
Her ier Divorced l irce v c Husband HusbandCeremony HusbandG HusbanCeremony d
Ceremony G r Olony This Thi Afternoon Af ernQ n inFamilYs in Familys Home HomeonHpward HomeonH HomeonHowardAvenueMr e
onHowardAvenueMr onHpward onH ward AvenuesMr v nue M Martin Devoted Devotedto Devotedto
t to to ° Her HerSin Since e the Separation
License Llctn < to marry m triarry Leon Leon Gailes Mar Martin Martin Iar IartlQ ¬
tin 37 mid r d Ann Ann Elizabeth EU beth Pattersonw Patterson
23 Minister oU lster the Rev RevCharles Charles Chailes F F FD Dud Dudle Dud Dudley d dIe ¬ I
ley Ie
Mies Ils Nan Pdtterson P ttrson the former Floro Florodorrt FJorotlorn Fiorodora
dora girl lrlvho who was brought into prom prominenco prominenco prom prominence ¬
inenco fit In New York rk In connection conn ctlon with withthe v1thhIe withllie
the death tl t1i of o Caesar Cacsar Young Is married marriedthis marr marriedthis d dUtl
this Utl afternoon nttern afternoon on to her former husband husbahllLEon husbandLeon hu bahfl
Leon G Gliartfn GliartfnTile Martin MartinThe Iartln IartlnTlfe i
The marrl r marriage i rrlqge KC ceremony ceremouy was w was s at at the thehome th thborne thehome
borne home of her ter father at 1462 Howard Howardayt Howardaytnuti ave avenue ay ayflue ¬
flue nuti northwest northwest The ceremony ceremonyY wan wanatmple was wassimple waiHnpl
simple Hnpl anaonl and only members of ti the th family familywere tamtl tamtlw fainllywere
were w re present presentThe present prescntThe presentThe
The couple c uple leave shortly shortl after ft r their theirreunion theltreunion theirreunion
reunion on on a a train for New York Yorkwhich Yorkwhchcl Yorkwhch
which whchcl city will be their future JfiomeMr hone h honeMr IIJe IIJeIr
Mr Ir Martin Martin i rtln Is a hotel manager manager mllnat r andupon and andupon an an1p
upon 1p n his return return r tl1m to the metropolis metr metropolis poi s will vilhavc willhare vln vlnhliv
hare hliv charge of the Cambridge Court CourtHotel CaUltIot Cmurt Cmurthotel
hotel Hotel Iot l d on n t Fortyninth Jbrt nlnth street streetMiss streetII5S street streetM1ssPatterson
M1ssPatterson Miss II5S Patterson P tt rson and Mr rr Martin were weremarried w weree wereemarried ro romnrrlcd
married in n Baltimore BHt mor about six years yearsago years yearsago ctrs ctrsagO
ago agO and lived together for three years yearswhen y years yearswhen ar arwQen
when Miss Patterson secured a a divorce divorcefrom dhorccfrom divorcefrom
from him in n San Francisco FranciscoMr FtlmclscoIr FranciscoMr
Mr Ir Martin 1lar ln eo o the th story I > to goes goes has
been an nrdet ardent t admirer of his former formerwife tormewire
wife ever ever since their divorce and lla Jt ai 11 j J i
tried t lecl tb rtncwthe renewthe reunion on Qf1s on sfeveral seeraldccaslohs erall erallccf18Iohs I Ioccafelohs
occafelohs It is 1 1 said that he was wa wasof ohe oh
Of the t c host most mos frequent requent visitors Minx MI l lss Pat =
terson had h d while whlJ she was n ImprIsoned Imprrso d
In the heTomb1 Tombfc > awaiting awa1t1n trial In the th
CaesarYbiing Caesar en sar YOU Ya Jig affair AffairHe tralr tralrHe
He has h hitscorresponded SC9rrls corresponded onded with wlthher her forspnie t9rs nie 4 l
time Miss Patterson ttersn has hasJuat Just retufiMid r tu tuF tuh >
6 6Y
from m a at atrip trip lpto to New Y York rk where Who Whoere ere she Sh e
bad been for the last ten days
The Patterson home Is beautifull beautifully y
decorated with cut flowers of all a U
kinds and ferns and honeysuckle hone suckle strewn strewaround n I IHr
around Hr nd the rooms in profusion The Theceremony T Tceremony he
ceremony ceremon ntil will take place in the parlor parlorand parlorand parloand I
and the only witnesses will be herparents herparentsand her herparentsnot parents parents1nd s
and sisters slstersolrs Mrs lo Aiiiburne iburnt > Mrs Irs Lowell I
Mrs Taylor r lor her brother Charles and an anthe d I
the grandchildren of Mr lr and Mrs Pat Pa
tcrsor Mr lr and Mrs 2Ir s J Morgan oIorb n Smith Smithnre Smit Smitare h
nre not In the city clt
Mr olr Patterson 1 > att rsn seemed very cry much muchplecsed muc h
pleased pl fd that his daughter tlnu 1ittr would again againsoon agal agalsoon n
soon be married and said saidL
1 am very elJ much pleased at the out outcome outcome ou t ¬
come come and I trust this action cUon will wI refut refutethe refutthe refutthe e
the many scandalous statemen statements statementscharges ts
charges l arges and reports that have been beenmndetilhjut bee beemndenbi n
mndetilhjut md mndenbi abQutm utmydaughter my daughter by sensational sensationalnewspapers sensationnewspapers nl
newspapers during the trials and af after aCt alter ¬
ter t r
terThe rrhe
The application for the marriage marriagelicense marrlasewas e
license was was made mad e by b Charles Patterson Pattersonthe Pattersonthe Pattersothe n
the brother of Nan NanWEALTHY Nan NanWEALTHY
WILMINGTON WILMINGTON ILoIINGTON Del Sept ie litJohn litJohnV 16Job1V John JohnW
W V Carter e rter a I it wealthy farmer living livingneor IItnSne Iivin Iivinnear s s1s
near ne r Brandy nrand Brandywine wine Summit Pa has hasbeen ha habeen 1s
been be n murdered The crime is supposed supposedto supposedto11ae suppose supposeto d
to to11ae Have been b en committed by b a negro nejyrofiirtr negrofr negrfarm ds
farm fr hand He had been In Carters Carterscmplnyv Cnrtersemploy Carter s
employ one day da The negro Is missing missingiu missin missinw g
iu 11 tie LI police oUct > are ar searching bur him himI himtss
125 I tss S to t Baltimore B ltimo re and and Return G at2 at2Pennsylvania 3125 3125Pennsylvania I S SPlnJlShanla
Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Railroad Saturady Satumd and an d
Sunday Bund Sunday t tickets ticketsgood good on all trains ex except except escept ¬
cept Congressional Limited and andgooo go goos good goodlot ud
tw lot os rcta ct5ira to1 n until Sunday Sla day u ai n1ht ± = hL htt1 Atlr < l
Iowa wa a andNebraska Visit Visited Visitedby ¬
ed edby by b Hurricane Hurricaneand Hurric ne neand
and Rain RairLONE RainONE RainONE
People Pe6 l le PanicStricken P n cStricken Rush RushFrom RushFrotit RushFrom
From Frotit Hotel HotelStreets HotelStreetsUnder = StreetsUnder Streets StreetsUnder
Under Water WaterOMAHA Wat WaterOMAH1 r rOrAHA
OMAH1 OMAHA Neb Sept 16 16Eastem Eastern Ne Nebraska Nebraska Nebrasleaand ¬
brasleaand braska and parts parisot of Iowa were visited visitedlast Ylsltedlast visitedlast
last night by the worst orst tornado and andrain andrain andrain
rain storm of the year yearExtensive yea yeaExtenshc yearExtensive
Extensive damage was done in Omahaand Omaha Omahaand Omahaand
and Council Bluffs Bluffs The loss by wind windand wIndand windand
and flooded bas banents dments ents will be extensivereaching extensive extensivereaching extensivereaching
reaching many thousands of dollars dollarsThe dollarsThe dollarsThe
The storm reached the proportion proportl n of atornado a atornado atornado
tornado TH l Bnrwell Neb Neb where one oneperson oneJ oneperson
person J > erson was killed kll1 killed d six six injured and 5OOOOdamage 50000 50000damage 50000damage
damage done to o property pSopertyIn propertyIn P1OPCrt P1OPCrtIn
In Omaha no less than a a dozen largestores large largestores larg largstores
stores had ha plate p1a glass window blown blownIn blownJ1 blownin
In and sleeks considerably damaged damagedThe damagedThe damagedThe
The basement bnSe n nt of the Daily DallY News office officewas oftlC1was officewas
was flooded oo ed and its entire stock of paper paperdamaged paperdamaged paperdamaged
damaged damagedThe damagedThe damagedThe
The roof of the Dodge Hotel was torn tornaway tornaway tornaway
away and the occupants of the building buildingrushed buildingrushed buildingrushed
rushed panicstricken into the streets streetsAll str e ts tsAll
All 11 of the lower part art of Council Bluffsis Bluffs Bluffsis BlutsIs
is under water The The he torrents of rain ratacould raincould raIucould
could not be carried away by b the sew sewers sewtors sewers ¬
ers and Broadway the principal street streetof streetot streetof
of the city was covered for fqrseveral fqrseveralhourswltb several severalhoursjWith severalhourswith
hoursjWith two tvoeet feet of owater owaterTJie water waterJTbe
JTbe iowe lower j part > art oithe Of tthe the cltyln city in 1n the vicm vicmityof 1c1nI dci dciit a
ityof I it t o of the ti r railroad lro d yardslstaderfront yardslstaderfronttwo yards is under nd r from fromtwo fromtwo
two two two to 8vd five ll Ydeg fee r for of ofwater water The North Northwestern Northwestern Northwestern ¬
western and Illinois Central passenger passengerstations passengetstations passengerstations
stations are in the flooded oodeddlJiltrlct oodeddlJiltrlctThe district districtThe districttThe
The damage to to small buildings trees treesand treesand treesand
and billboards in both cities Is svery sverygreat very verygreat verygreat
great greatPUN greatPLAN greatPLAN
07 L LSprinkling
Sprinkling System SystemTELAZINES for the theFlooding theFlooiJipi x f fdin
Flooding Floc FlocAmong din of of Battleships BattlesnipsAmong B ttle 1 I > s sAmong
Among the most > Important fmportantfeatures fmportantfeaturesot featuresof features featuresof
of the new plans which are being madetor madefor made madefor
for the two two wo pew new n w proposed battleships is isthat Isthat
that of providing for for a a better and andquicker andquicker andquicker
quicker means of flooding fioodfug the magasines maga magazines magazines ¬
zinesThis zines zinesThis sinesThis
This suggestion su eStlon comes timely follow following following ¬
ing the disaster to the theJapanese Japanese ship shipMikasa shipMikasa
Mikasa the thelossot loss of which Is attributed attributedto ttrlbntedto
to the invasion fnaslonot of the magazines b bflreand by byfire bTfire
fire flreand and an anexplosion explosion xloslon which tore out the thaport theport theport
port side slceor of the vessel vesselMissouri vesseLMissouri
Missouri 1 1Ssourl an Example ExampleIt
It was found on board the Missouri Missouriwhen Missouriwhen 1Ilssourlr 1Ilssourlrwhen
when the explosion losl n took place on that thatvessel thatVessel thatvessel
vessel in southern waters that at the theend theend theend
end of thirty thrt minutes after the flood floodcocks 1l00dcocks floodcocks
cocks of the magazines were were openedthere opened openedthere openedthere
there was only onl two reet of water 3ter inthose In Inthose Inth05
those th05 compartments so o that had the theflames theames theflames
flames ames reached the ammunition it would wouldhave wouldhave wouldhave
have been impossible npos lble tosave the vessel vesselSprinkling vesseLSprinE1ipg vesseLSprinkling
Sprinkling SprinE1ipg System Provided ProvidedIn Provided ProvidedIn Pr vided videdIn
In the th plans pi ns for for Qi the new new Tjattieshlns Tjattieshlnsa b3it esh t ta
a sprinkling system nas been provided providedto
to toy be installed above the contents of ofthe otthe ofthe
the magazine This system stem of o pipingwill piping pipingwill plplnbwill
will be connected with 1th the thellre fire main mainunder mainundr mainunder
under about ninety pounds pressure and andwill andwill indwill
will contribute to o the safety safet of the theves thevessel ves vessel vessel ¬
sel and the protection of the ammuni ammunition ammunition ammunition ¬
tion against explosion bv b drenching thecontents the thecontents thecontents
contents of the compartment while at atthe atthe atthe
the same time the flood cocks coc will be beused beused beused
used as In former practice practiceAIM prncticeTYPHOON
Capt Walter B Barker U U S A Meets MeetsWith MeetsWith MeetsWith
With Peculiar Death Travel TravelI Traveling Traveling
I ing in Japan JapanDetails JapanD JapanDetails
Details D Details t3ils of the theremarkable remarkable railroad ac accident accident ¬
cident by b which which Capt C pt Z1 Walter Iter IterB B Barker Barkerquartermaster Barkerquartermaster
quartermaster U S A was killed atTokyo at atTokyo atTokyo
Tokyo Japan August 9 have been re received reeehed ¬
ceived at the office of the Secretary of ofWar orar
War WarCaptain ar arCaptain
Captain Barker who was depot quar quartermaster quartermaster ¬
termaster termaster at Nagasaki was en route to toUnsen toUnsen
Unsen Japan when the train on which whichhe whichhe
he was traveling was struck by bJ b a ty typhoon t tphoon typhoon ¬
phoon about one one and onehalf miles milesfrom milestrom
from Tokyo Some of the coaches were wereblown wereblown
blown from the tract traclrThe traclThe
The car in which Captain Barker wasriding was was W41Jriding
riding rolled down an embankment embankmenfall a afall
fall of forty tort feet and is said to have haveturned haveturned
turned over over verthree three times timesCaptain timesCaptaIn
Captain Barkers mangled body bod re remained remained remarred ¬
mained in the wreckage wre kage for several severaIhours severalhours seeralhours
hours while rescuers cut and sawed sawedtheir sawedtheIr
their way through the thetlmbers timbers The Theremains Theremains
remains were taken to Nagasaki where wherean wherenn wherean
an elaborate funeral was held and his Tilsbody hisbod hisbody
body bod prepared for shipment to his rela relatives relaties relatives ¬
tives In MississippiCHINESE Mississippi MississippiCHINESE MIssissippiCHINESE
VICTORIA B C Sept 16 16Tlentsln 16Tlentslnnewspapers Tientsln Tientslnnewspapers
newspapers newspapers publish news news of a wide widespread widespread widespread ¬
spread conspiracy co plrnl in Shantung Shantun to rise riseagainst riseagainst riseagainst
against the the Germans on September 16 18LImpartlal 16LImparhal
LImpartlal LImparhal LImpar lal says Ys that each famifi tamll h is
to provide one lighting man w WOS6 OSe
equipment t < lul me t will be paid for orbJ by sub subscrip crit >
lion S Se Several vi cral ralthmi t thousand o inrl nd men m r are sa said l C IV IVbe 18
be ready r do for the uprising uprisinn uprisinnk

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