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NUMBER NUMBER4II7 41 17 WASHINGTON JlO 3IUNDAY D Y EVENING SEPTEMBEB SEPTE IBER 18 181905 1905 PRICE ONE CENT
MOVE TO LESSENMIKADOS lESSEN lESSENMIKADOS I
MIKADOS POWER POWERFORETELLS POWERI
I FORETELLS IB IBReport WARReport AR ARReport
Report That Japan Will WillBe WillBe WillBe
Be Torn by b Y Civil CivilStrife CivilStrife CivilStrife
Strife StrifeRIVAL StrifeRIVAL StrifeRl
RIVAL Rl AL CLANS AT WORK WORKDesire WORKDesire WORKDesire
Desire to Deprive Emperor Emperorof
of Temporal Authority AuthorityWidespread S
Widespread Discontent DiscontentPARIS DiscontentT
T
PARIS Sept IS 18A A story Is s current currenthere currenthere currenthere
here In diplomatic circles that back of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the recent riots In Japan is a widespreadmovement widespreadmovement widespread widespreadmovement
movement to accomplish another revo revolution revolution ¬
lution in the land of the Mikado by bydeprlving bydepriving JJ JJdepriving l
depriving the Emperor of his temporalpower temporal temporalpower temporalpower
power and placing him In the position positionoccupied positionoccupied positionoccupied
occupied before the Shogunate was abolfished abol abolished abolIshed ¬
fished ished some forty years ago agoThe agoThe agoThe
The southern clans of Satsumaand SatsumaandChoslu Satsuma and andChosiu andChostu
Chosiu were werereponslble responsible for the revolur revolution S Stlon
tIon which whlchdeI1vered delivered the Mikado from fromhis tromhis fromhis
his position as merely mere a religious chief chiefwith chiefwith chiefwith
with no real power Since that time the thegovernment thegovernment thegovernment
government has devolved devolvedlargeh largely on the themembers themembers
members of the victorious clans clansThe clansThe clansThe
The peace of Portsmouth it is said saidhas saidhas saidhas
has been seized by adherents of Toku Tokugawas Tokugawas Tokugawas
gawas family amll in which the Shogunate Shogunatevested ShogunateVested Shogunatevested
vested power for nearly 500 years to re regain regain regain ¬
gain at least a measure measure of their power powerso + 3 3so I
so that they might be placed on an anequality anequallty an anequality
equality with wIth the Satsuma and and Chosiu Chosiumen Chosiumen Chosfumen
men menIn menIn menIn
In the civil wars of forty Cort years ears ago agothe agothe agothe
the leaders of northern clans were prac practJcaly practlcaly pratticaly
tJcaly wiped out but a a new generation generationlias generationhas
has grown up and those who are best bestacquainted besttlcqualnted bestacquainted
acquainted with conditions In Japan are areInclined areinclined
Inclined to believe a condition of civil civilwar civilwar
war Is not at all Improbable ImprobableWarsaw ImprobableWarsaw improbableWarsaw
Warsaw Police Imprison ImprisonTwelve ImprisonTwelve
Twelve Thousand People PeopleWARSAW PeopleWARSAW
WARSAW ARSA Yo Poland Sept 18 18A A bar barbarous barbarousreIgn barbarous ¬
barous barousreIgn reign of terror conducted under underthe underthe underthe
the direction of the police exists here hereand hereand
and equals anything which hrchhappened happened in inthe Inthe inthe
the worst das da s under the old police policemethods poHccili polleetnethode + I
methods methodsArrests tnethodeArrests ili
Arrests Arrests of persons suspected susp cted of poll poiiti 011tl 011tlen tl tlca
ca cal offenses are are made made every ever night Hundreds Hpn Hun Sundreds o
dreds dredso of wellknown local lonal residents resrd nts have havedisappeared hacdisappeared havedisappeared
disappeared victims and nd It Is supposed the theyhave they o or of
have ha e been een victims of this form of per per peraecutlon p r w wzecution
aecutlon aecutlonAll zecutionAll
All information in regard to them has hasbeenrefused j
been beenrefused refused to their families and they theyhave theyhave theyhave
have not even been told whether wh ther these thes thesemen
0 0men Ot Otmen
men have been arrested All of the theprisons theprIsons theprisons
prisons and the citadel ar are packed with withprisoners t tprisoners tl1 tl1prisoners
prisoners prisonersNearly prisonersNearjy
Nearly Near 12000 persons are now conflnPdin confined n
In these prisons and nearly an of them jj jjare 1Iare liare
are charged with political offensesThe offenses s
The prisoners have not been given a achance achance
chance even to disprove the charges chargesmade I I d dmade
made against them themThe themThe t
The police methods excel those em 8 8pIoed Sployed c cployed
ployed during the bloody blood days of the theFrench
r
French revolution The officers have haveresorted haerf haveresorted
resorted rf > llorted to a svstem of torture to com compel
v vpel vpel
pel prisoners to reveal the names of ofpolitical orpolitical ofpolitical
political agitators agitatorsOne agitatorsOne
One Instance which hlch shows the methods methodsto
to which the police are resorting resorting isquoted Is Isquoted Isquoted
quoted A detective who was spying spyingupon spyingupon spyingupon
upon workingmen while disguised as a ahousc ahouse T Thouse
house painter fell from the math story storyof i iof n nor
of a house as he was overtaken by an anattack anattack
attack of giddiness because of his Inex Inexperience InexperIence inexperience <
perience at such work and was killed killedA 1 1A
A company com pan of Infantry was Immedi immediately i iately t tately
ately ordered to surround the house houseAll houseAll houseAll
All of the other workmen were w re arrested arrestedand arrestedand arrestedand
and taken tl to o the citadel where they theywere the theywere
were tortured in an endeavor to extort extorta
a confession from them that the spy SP
had been murdered Six of the men menwere menwere me mewere n
were tortured so brutally thatll that It wa3 wasnecessary wa3neceEsary wa3necessary
necessary necessary for them to be treated by an anambulance anambulance anambulance
ambulance societyOne society societyOne societyOne
One of the victims died diedWitte diedWitte
Witte Says Credit for Peace PeaceIs PeaceIs
Is Due to Czars Pla PlaPLYMOUTH Planning PlanningPLYMOUTH PlanningPL nning
PLYMOUTH PL Y IOUTH England Sept 1801 1831Witte 18 1801Yitte M MWItte
WItte the Russian peace envoy accom accompanied accompanled accompanied ¬
panied by members of the party which whichattended whic whicattended h l
attended him at the Portsmouth con conference conference ¬
ference arrived here today on board th thNorth the theNorth e
North German Lloyd steamer Kaiser KaiserWllhelm KaiserIlhelm KaiseWilhelm r
Wllhelm Ilhelm II IINo IINo IINo
No stop was made In Plymouth The Theparty Theparty Th Theparty
party proceeded at onc i to Cherbourg CherbourgM
31 Witte itte declined to make any an ex extended extended extended ¬
tended statement statem nt to the newspapers newspapersSaid newspapersSaid newspapersSaid
Said he heWhat heVhat heWhat
What was well done at Portsmouth Portsmouthwas Portsmoutwas h
was planned by b the Czar and executed executedby executedb execute d dQ I Iby
by b me as his servant The credit creditdue II IIdue 1 1due Q
due to the Czar for the result achieved achievedWe achlcvdVe achievedWe
We Ve all acknowledge the noble part partwhich partwhich par parwhich t
which was played by b President Roose Roosevelt Roosevelt Roosevelt ¬
velt
THE WEATHER REPORT REPORTTemperature REPORTTemperature REPORTTemperature
Temperature has fallen in the Platea Plateaand Plateau Plateauand Plateauand u i
and Rocky Rock mountain regions regionsThe regionsThe regionsThe
The weather will clear in eastern Nev NevYork XevYork Ne NeYork w
York tonight and nd generally generallyaIr fair weather weatherwill weatherm weath weathwill er r r
will m orevall elsewhere el ewhere cxc except pt In the thelower thelower t tlower h e
lower lower lake region where showers are in indicated Indicated 1 1dicated n 1 ¬
dicated for tonight and Tuesday Show Showers Showers Sho Shoers w r ¬
ers arc also probable Tuesday In Inthc InthcOhio the theOhio t tOhio he iC B
Ohio valley and the middle Atlantic AtlanticStates AtlanticS Atlant AtlantStatewis ic c c
States StatesIt S t
Statewis StatewisIt It will ill ll be cooler Tuesday In the Oh Ohvalley Ohio Ohiovalley OhioaUey to 0 o
valley aUey western Tennessee and the low lowMississippi lower lowerMississippi lowerMississippi e r r
Mississippi valley and cool weather will willprevail willpreall wt wtAl 11
prevail Wednesday Wednesday or Thursday Thursda In At Atlantic A Aantic ¬
antic coast districts districtsTEMPERATURE districtsTEMPERATURE districtsTEMPERATURE I
TEMPERATURE
9 a m 7 74 4
J f
12 noon o 78
1 p m m SO SODOWNTOWN
DOWNTOWN TEMPERATURE TEMPERATURERegistered TE TEMPERATURERegistered IPERATURE
Registered Afflecks Standard Thermometer Thermometera J
t a m m T 76 7f if
12 noon S7
1 p m ES ESTHE 85THE EsTHE
THE SUNSun SUN SUNSun SUNSun
Sun rises today toda 603 603Sun 60 60Sun 6 6Sun OS 0
Sun rises tomorrow 545 545TIDE 51 51TIDErABLE 5 I 5 5TIDE
TIDE TIDErABLE TIDErABLEIoV TABLE TABLELow TABLELoco
Low tide today toda 105 < pm pmHigh pmHigh p pHigh m n
High tide today lOdn 1017 pm pmLow pmLo p pLow m n
Low Lo tide tomorrow 550 5a am 605 pm pmHigh pmBJall p pSigh m
High tide tomottowll3f tomorrow 1134 am am1155 1155 pm pmi pmI p pf m n
f
i
THE MELANCHOLY DAYS ARE COME THE SADDEST OF THE YEAR
01 l EEK EEKYseerYDeePens MURDERER MURDEREROF BOYS CRY DOWN DOWNWITH
OF WORKING GIRL GIRLMysteryDeepens GIRLEEK WITH WITHSARTLELL WITHSARTLELLPupils S1RTZELL S1RTZELLupils7 SWARTZELLPupils 1
MysteryDeepens ystery Deepens While Po Police Police Poe ¬ Pupils upils7 Demonstration at atEastern atEastern
lice e Hunt HuntIEARCH HuntSEARCH limitSEARCH Eastern High School SchooliRANSFERS SchoolTRANSFERS SchoolTRANSFERS
SI SEARCH SEARCH FOR JOSEPH GERARD GERARDugusta GERARDAugusta GERARDAugusta TRANSFERS ARE ASKED FOR FORtridents FORStudents FORStudents
At Augusta ugusta Pfeiffer Was Good GirlHerSlayer Girl GirlHer GirlHerSlayer Her HerSlayer Students Want to Be Enrolled and Go Goto Goto Goto
to Classes When None N ne Are
Slayer Either Madman or
orDegenerate orDegenerate orDegenerate
Degenerate DegenerateWHAT DegenerateI DegenerateWHAT DegenerateWHAT
WHAT POLICE SAY SAYWe SAYWe SAYWe
We think that we e know the realman real realan rea1man
manHe I man manHe an anHe
He has got out ut of the neighborhood neighborhoodto
to t t o escape escapeHe cscapeHe escapeHe
He lives close byThe by byThe b bThe
The murder was committed not far farfrom fartrom farfrom
from j the Haunted Haunt d Oak OakThe OakThe OakThe
The body was as dragged into thethicket the thethicket thethicket
thicket thicketIt 1 thicketIt thicketIt
It Is a mystery mste where the victim victimspent victimspent icUm icUmspent
spent the tlmebetween tlmerbetween Wednesday Wednesdaynight Wednesdaynight ednesday ednesdaynight
night 1 and Friday Frlda night when she shewas shewas shewas
was killed killedNEW kJUedI kJUedXEW killedICES
NEW 1 YORK Sept I8Thewllce 18The 18 The police of ofthis orthis ofs
t4 this s city and and nd surrounding country cou 1t are aretoday are aretoday aretOd
tOd today searching sfor f Joseph Gerard Gerardwanted GerardwantFd
wanted want In connection connection with with themurder themurderof the th murder murderof murderor
r Miss Augusta Pfeiffer the th young youngwojtnan ro ng ngwoman ngwas
woman wojtnan Wc oman whose body bo bolothicket was was found m ITt a athicket athicket
Hi thicket on the Pelham road on Satur Saturday Saturday ¬
day dD
dayThe
The following fellow ing general alarm was sent sentout sentout
out today tod by b police headquarters headquartersArrest headQuartersArrest headquartersArrest
Arrest for homicide Joseph Gerard Gerardthirtytwo Gerardthirtytwo
thirtytwo years old five feet eightincites eight eightInches eightInches
Inches In In n height dark hair eyes and andmustache andmustache andmustache
mustache m dark clothing He Is be believed beto beeved ¬
lieved eved to be a native of Hew ew Hamp Hampshire Hampshire Hampshire ¬
shire shireMiss 51 shireMiss
Miss lIss Pfeiffer had disappeared Wednes Wednesday Vednesda Wednesay ¬
day dl da ay but she did not die until abouttwelve about abouttwnlve abouttwrlvc
twelve hours before her body bud pas was foundaturday found foundSaturday I I8aturda
Saturday 8aturda making the time of her deathmidnight death deathmidnight deathml
midnightHer midnight midnightHer 111 ml nlght nlghtHer
Her identity 1c1enUt was not established until untilyesterday untilesterda untilyesterday
yesterday esterda although her home was waswithin waswithin was waswithin
within 2 M u0 < X yards ards of where she was wasfound wasfound wasfound
found fc
Seen With Girl GirlThe GirlThe GirlThe
The facts against Gerard are that he hewas hewas hewas
was seen with the girl on Wednesday Wednesdaynight Wednesdayaffil Yednesda Yednesdanl
night nl ht and that his landlady landlad Mrs Irs JuliaB Julia JuliaB JuliaB
B E Mahon found the clothing > he woreWednesday wore woreWednesday woreWednesda
Wednesday Wednesda night stained with Ith what is isbelieved Isbelieved isbelieved
believed b to be blood and thrcrwn Into a atub atuh atub
tub of water viter Thursday Thur8da morning
Mrs Mahon told Police Captain Bur Burfiend Burfiend Burfiend i
fiend that Gerard came came cam in late Ztiednesday Wed Wednesday 1ed 1ednesda ¬
nesday r nesda night and left early earl Thursday Thursdaymorning Thursda Thursdamorning Thursdaymorning
morning I and that she has has not seen himsines him himsince himsln
since f sln Other witnesses have been found foundwho foundwho
who saw Gerard Gerard on ThursdayThe Thursday ThursdayThe Thursda ThursdaThe
The police believe that the girl was wasalive wasnlhe wasalive
alive when she was hidden in n the thebushes th thbushes thbushes
bushes 1 by b her slayer but that she was wastoo wastoo wastoo
too 1 weak to make an outcry outcr and that thatshe thatshe thatshe
she j lingered suffering tortures untilFriday until untilFriday untilFrlda
Friday Frlda at midnight when death came cameto cameto
to her relief reliefThe relletThe reliefThe
The police are now under the impresslow Impres Impression Impression ¬
sion that the girl was either abducted abductedor
or 4 enticed to enter an automobile or orother orother
other i vehicle and that she was kept a aprisoner aprisoner
prisoner I for fortyeight hours They Theyalso Theyalso
also believe that the man who killed her herwas herwas herwas
was a madmanManiac madman madmanManiac madmanManiac
Maniac or Degenerate DegenerateCoroner DegenerateCoroner DegenerateCoroner
Coroner OGorman says he was wa either eithera
a raving ravIn maniac possibly made so bythe by bythe b bthe
the contemplation of o his crime or else elsea elsea
a degenerate d gencrate The murderer wherever whereverhe whereverhckllled
he hckllled killed the girl 1r1 carried her body bod to tothe tothe tothe
the clump of bushes where It was wasfound wast
found foundThe foundThe foundThe
The body bed was lifted from the vehicle vehiclein vehiclein vehicleIn
in which It was taken there and con concealed C011cealed concealed
cealed about fifty fin feet away awa from the thevelham thepelham th thPelham e
pelham road There may ma have been two twomen tw twmen
II
men who carried it as It was wasdragged as not notdragged nottIrngced t l
dragged until within live feet of where
It was found The police have detain detained detalnd net in ined ¬
witnesses John Ilarnett and aAirs a nI a
ed d as nine
Airs I Donovan Don swas who ho live near the rat
where here the body bod was found together with withfive
five boys Mrs Donovan who namesnhao is also alsoknown
known under several other r names ha halived har
lived with Hnrnett up to a few months month
tco when HarnJtote one on onec < > Joe Gerard Gerard came alone alonec alonJic
ago him himhi Gerar Geraril Gerarilcould J J2ould
and ind took her away from rom r <
2ould could not bo found foUL S last night fight hi n He iscould is a ao
coal driver and a very ery powerful p pr man manDisappeared mnnr mnnI
Disappeared Completely CompletelyFor CompletelyFor CompletelyFar
For Two Days and NightNEW NightNEW
I
I NEW E YORK Sept Se > t IS ISThe The Bron Bronmurder
murder m rder mystery was partly unravelsyesterday unraveleyesterday
I yesterday csterday when the body bod of the Kir Rtrwho Kirwho
who smothered to death and theidragged theJ
was
I I dragged dra ged to t a thicket along the Pclhanroad
road near the haunted oak < ak wai waiIdentified W I IS7
identifiedThe Identified IdentifiedThe Identln d d8S
The dead girl Is Augusta A uJusta or Gussie GussiePfoiffcr Gussieptcltter tusslePfeiffer
Pfeiffer an embroidery worker in inBronx
Bronx factory fact01 She had been living untirecently nullrecently
recently recent with her mother m ther stepfather stepfatherand stepfathernnd stepfatheand r
and several stepbrothers and sisters sistersTwo slstcl slstcln
Two weeks a ago ro o she had a falling ouiwith
with Ith her mother and went a week ag agContinued agm agn <
Continued on Third Page
INSURANCE MONEY MONEYAS 1 1AS
AS LOBBY FUND FUNDCharged
ChargedCheck Charged New York Life Sent SentCheck i iCheck
Check to Albany AlbanyICE AlbanyVICE
VICE ICE PRESIDENT SUMMONED SUMMONEDffember SUMMONEDMember SUMMONEDMember
Member of Morgan Firm Will WiIIGp GoBe GoBefore Go Be Before Before ¬
fore Investigating Inve pg fing CommitteePar CommitteeParker Committee Par Parker ar arker ¬
ker Makes Charges ChargesNEW Ch ChargestiEw es esEV
NEW EV YORK YOIt Sept IB 18George George Wal Walrldge Yal Yalbrld
brld rldge e Perkins vice Ice president of the theCew theXew
Cew York Life Insurance Company Companyhalrman Companychairman
chairman of Its finance committee nnda and
a 1 member of of the firm of J J P Morcan lforganCo Morcano 1or an anCo
I Co o will be summoned before the legislative legis legisative legislatlve
ative investigation committee again onWednesday on onWednesday onVednesda
Wednesday Vednesda and be forced to tell all he heknows heknows heknows
knows of the check transaction transac lon by bywhich b bwhich
which 100000 was sent to to Albany Alban as a alobby a101fuyfund aalobby
lobby 101fuyfund fund in March IJKM IJKMCharles i3ICharles imCharles
Charles Hughes counsel for the investigating in investigating Inyestlgating ¬
vestigating committee declared today todaythat todaythat
that he certainly would follow up the thesubject thesubject thesubject
subject of the 100000 sent to Andrew AndrewHamilton AndrewHam1Iion AndrewHamilton
Hamilton in AlbanyPerkins Albany AlbanyPerkins Alban AlbanPerkins
Perkins Is Willing WillingI WillingIntend
I Intend to tOfollo follow that subject to the theend theend theend
end said Mr lr Hughes Mr 1r Perkinshas Perkins Perkinshas Perkinsh
has h l agreed to submit a satement showing show showing showing ¬
ing what became of the money mone Mr MrPerkins MrPerkln MrPerkins
Perkins will be on the th stand a arain < raln aln Wed Wednesday Wednesday Vednescla ¬
nesday nescla nesclaIt
j jIt tIt
It Is I understood that that Mr Ir Hughes is isat Isat isat
at work on material Which will form formthe Cormthe formthe
the basis for revelations equally cQuall as sen sensational sensational sensational ¬
sational as those elicited from Mr lr Per Perkins Per Perkins Perkins ¬
kins These will be b sprung sprung at the proper propertime properi propertime I
time probably this week weekMcCall weeltMcCall reekMcCall
McCall Will Be Called CalledIf CalledIf
If 1 Mr 1r Hughes completes his examina examination examination examination ¬
tion of Mr 1r Perkins on Wednesday Wednesdaymorning Wednesdaymorning Yednesda Yednesdamorning
morning John A A McCall president of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the New York Life will be put on the thestand theLlnd thestand
stand in the afternoon and asked to ex explain explain explain
plain why wh he saw fit to contribute 550000 0000 50000to > 0000to j jto i
to each of the last three Republican Republicancampaigns RcpubllcancnmpnIgns Republicancampaigns
campaigns without even consulting thefinance the thefinance thefinance
finance committee of his corporation corporationnot
not to speak of the policyholders whoso whosomoney who5mone whosemoney
money mone he was giving away awayFormer awa awaFormer awayFormer
Former Judge Parker ParkerFeels Park ParkerFeels r rFeels
Feels He Is VindicatedESOPUS Vindicated VindicatedESOPUS ViJ1dicatedESOPtS
ESOPUS Sept IS ISFormer Former ChiefJudge Chief ChiefJudge ChlfJudge
Judge Alton B Park Parker r feels that he Is Isa Isn isa
a n vindicated man The testimony tesUmon that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the New York Life Insurance Companypaid Company Companypaid Companypaid
paid 550000 5IJOOO to Cornelius N Bliss in the thelast thelast thelast
last campaign Judge Judg Parker thinks thinksproves thinksprovcs thinksproves
proves his oftrepeated assertion that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the corporations were bled by b the Re Republican Republican Republican ¬
publican national committee In the interest In Interest Interest ¬
terest of Mr Roosevelts success successMr succ successMr s sI
Mr Parker Is competent to speak ofpolitical of ofpolitical otpolitical
I
political contributions When cn he man managed mnnaged managed ¬
aged D B Hills campaign the telo telephone telophone tel telIhone
phone insurance and railroad < l corpora corporations corporations ¬
tions were generously tapped and th thscientific the thescientific thescentlfic e
scientific process of money mone letting by bythe bythe b y
the Parker crowd extended to the un unfortunate unfortunate onaqueduct ¬
fortunate aqueduct contractors The nb nbligations b bllgations
llgations Incurred by Parker and Hill HillIn HillI 1 I
I In that campaign made ma e possilble the thei theHuckleberry th e
i Huckleberry Railroad nrll1road steal and the theemasculation theImasculatlon th themasculation e ee
emasculation cf the then stringent Insur Insurance Insuri insuronce ¬
i ance laws for the protection protectl n of policy policyholders poHc poHcL
L holders
Knew Whereof He SpokeJudge Spoke SpokeJudge SpokeJudge
Judge Parker therefore there fort was well wellwithin wellwithin wellwithin
within his own knowledge of the facts factswhen fact factwhen n I
when In his Rosemont home he asserted assertedhis assertedhis assertedhis
his conviction that corporations gave gavemoney a amoney
money to political organizations only onl for forthe fo or ori r
i the purpose of receiving protection o or orof r
1 of obtaining legislation but he applied appliedhis d
1 his argument wholly against the Repub Republican ¬
1 lican party asserted Mr Roosevelts Rooseveltselection Rooseeltselection
election was purchased that all other otherinsurance otht ocheinsurance > r rInsurnnce
insurance companies paid as did the theNew theNew th thNew e
New York Life and that the the squeezing squeezingprocess sQucezin sQucezinprocess
J process was extended to all public cor corporations corI ¬
I porations porationsThe porntlonsrhe poratiunsThe
The bite Democratic candidate can lllate for forthe forthe fo r
the Presidency PreRidtnc > now advisory counsel counR 1 to toThomas toTl1omls t C CThomas
Thomas F Ryan and Anthony N NBrady
t Brady Brad lashed himself into Int tine Indig Indignation indlgnation ¬
nation as he pointed out Out how the clec clecI clecContinued elseContinued
I Continued on Ninth Page Pagej
j
DESERTERS I IAWAITING IAA1TING
AWAITING DEATH
ire Held on Board In Interned Int Interned ¬
terned t rned Cruiser CruiserIOMMANDER
MAKES DENIAL DENIALAmerican
American Marine Guard on BoardVessel Board BoardVessel 130 rd rdVessel
Vessel at Frisco Also Discredits DiscreditsW Discreditsthe DiscreditsSAN >
> W > the Story Sto V j jSAX < V VSAN
SAN FRANCISCO Sept IS IsTh IsThEvening 18TheEvening The TheEvening
Evening Bulletin says saysWhen saysVo saysWhen
When Vo hen the Russian cruiser cruls r Lena now nowIn nowIn now nowfn
In dr drydock dock here preparatory to return returnIng returnIng returning
Ing to Vladivostok reaches the high highseas highseas highseas
seas three miles beyond the coast where wherethe wherethe wherethe
the Jurisdiction of the United States Statesceases Stut Statesceases s sceases
ceases two deserters now nowheld held In ironsn irons ironsin IrousIn
in I n the brig will swing to death den h fromthe from fromthe trcmthe
the Yardarm xardarmTwentyTwo yaroarmTwentyTwo YardarmTwentyTwo
TwentyTwo DesertersTheir Deserters DesertersTheir DesertersTheir
Their names are Sheshenke and Tour Tourloff TourI Touroft
loff I off
loffAs
As soon as the Lena touched lend Isndafter 1ndalter lendafter
after the disastrous brush with Kama Kamamura Kamamura Kamamuma
mura in the Yellow sea twentytwo of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the men deserted deserted and hid in Vallajo Vallajowith Y lalljowith ll 1j 1jwith
with the intention of working farther fartheraway tarthera fartheraway
away a wa as soon as the search for them themhad themhad themhad
had been given up Three of them were wererecaptured w wererecapturedSheshenke re rerecapturcdSheshenke
recaptured recapturcdSheshenke Sheshenke and Tourlon and andone andone andone
one other who has since died diedThe diedThe diedThe
The two named were w were re brought back backand bacltanti backand
and tried by b summary summar summary court martial and andcondemned andeondemned andcondemned
condemned to death It is said thatpreparations that thatpreparations thatpreparations
preparations were made on board tocarry to tocarry tocarr
carry carr out the sentence of death whip whipthe whllothe
the Lena still say at Mare fnre Island and andthat andthat andthat
that it t was not notcxecutedbecause executed because the theUnited theUnltel theUnited
United States authorities interfered interferedpointing Interferedpointing interferedpointing
pointing out that It could noT be per permitted permitted r rmltted ¬
mitted In Amedlcan waters yatersDenied watersDenied watersDenied
Denied by CommanderCaptain Commander CommanderCaptain CommanderCaptlln
Captain Ginter of the Lena said to toi toa toa
a reporter reporterIf
If the American newspapers are arecrazy arecrnz arecrazy
crazy crnz enough to believe such a story storythey storythe storythey
they the are welcome to print It ItThe ItThe itThe
The American marine guard which whichhas whichhas whichhas
has been aboard the Lena since her internment In Internment Internment ¬
ternment discredits the story storyCOLLEAGUES stor storGOLLEAGUES storyLEAE8
COLLEAGUES LEAE8 HONOR OMORTE OMORTEMEMUY THE THEHE10HY THEMEMORY
MEMORY OF MR OUIALL OUIALLThe DUVA DUVAThe
The funeral of the late Andrew BDutali B BDuvnll BDunl1
Duvnll Corporation Counsel for the Dis District District District ¬
trict of Columbia who died at sea last lastTuesday lastTuesdn lastTuesday
Tuesday Tuesdn took place at nt330 330 oclock this thisafternoon thisatrnoon thisafternoon
afternoon from froml1etropolltan Metropolitan Methodist MethodistChurch MethodistChurch l1ethodlstChurch
Church Dr Frank Bristol officiated officiatedThe officiatedThe officiatedThe
The honorary pallbearers were Chief ChiefJustice ChlerJustice ChiefJustice
Justice Hurry Harr M 1 Clabaugh Justice Ash Ashley Ashley AshIcy ¬
ley M 1 Gould Commissioner Henry Hcnr B B BF BF
F Macfarland Commissioner H L LWest LJ LJst
West st Col John Blddle William 111 lam F FMsittlngly FMattingly
I Msittlngly Nathaniel Wilson lIson R Ross RossPerry RossPerry
Perry Per Aldls AldlsB B Browne E H Thomas ThomasJohn homasJohn
I John Joy Edson A D Lynch Dr Rich Richard Rlchlard ¬
lard i and Klngsman and B H Warner arner In Interment Interment Interment ¬
terment was V s In Congressional Cemetery CemeteryThe CemetryThe CemeteryThe
The members m > mbers of the bar of th thl the Dis District DI DItr1ct Distrio ¬
trio of Columbia met in the old Circuit CircuitCourt CircuitCourt CircuitCourt
Court room at S oclock this afternoonand afternoon afternoonand afternoonand
and en n eapore went from there to the thechurch thechurch thechurch
church at John Marshall place and Cstreet C Cstreet Ctreet
street treet northwest northwestThe northwestTht northwestThe
The > remains of Mr Ir Duvall arrived in inthis
this city clt Saturday Satur a night from New Yorkand York Yorkand Torltand
and were taken to his late residence r dence at at1S31
1S31 M street northwest northwestThose northwestThofI
Those who accompanied accomp nl > d the body to tothis tothis tothis
this city were Mrs Irs Duvall Mr Ir A B BDuvnll Buv111
Duvall uv111 jr j Dr H T A Lemkon M 1IMSs 1IMSsDuvall iss issr issnu
Duvall r nu uvall all and Mr Ir and Mrs rs James Mc McKcnney Ic Icenne
Kenney Kcnneyine Kenney1re enne
ine 1 roc officials of the District govern government governmt governmeat ¬
meat mt > nt met at noon today and adopted adoptedsuitable < l lsultablp
suitable resolutions relative to the death deatliof deathof
of Mr lr Duvall E G Davis Tax Collec Collector Colle Colletor Colletor c ¬
tor was elected chairman of the meet meeting meeting meetlug ¬
ing and Waldo C Hibbs private secre secretary secretary seerstar
tary tar to tl Commissioner Macfarland wai waimade wa wama wamade
made ma e secretary srNa Upon motion of H H HDnrnellle HDurnelJ1
Dnrnellle a 1 committee of five was ap appointed nppolnt appointed ¬
pointed polnt pointed > d to draft suitable suttablee resolutions resolutionsThe resolutionsfh l
The fh he < committee was composed compoE composedDnrneile d of HoH H H HDarnelHe HDarneUe
DarnelHe Dr Woodward Health Ofit Ofitter Ofll Ofllcer omcer
cer Dr William TIndall Tlndallsecretary secretary of thcBO1rd theBoard
Board of Commissioners Commlsslon rs C B Hunt Huntand Huntand Huntand
and Alonzo M Tweedale
ATE LAW RATHER RATHERTHAN RATHERTHAN
THAN NEW TARIFF
Question Overshadows Over Overshadows Overshadows ¬
shadows Revision RevisionHE
HE PRESIDENTS POSITION POSITIONeems
eems to Put Put Railway Railway Regulation RegulationAhead Regu1aUon RegulationAhead I
Ahead of All Else for r Congress Congressto Cgiigr ss ssto
to Consider ConsiderSeveral ConsiderSeveral
1 1Several
Several things have recently conspired conspiredto i
to renew and sharpen interest In n the big bigIssues I
Issues that will come before Congress Congressat
next winters session sessionEspecially sessIonEspecIaIJy sessionEspecially
Especially is this true of the railroad railroadregulation
regulation measure mea ure As to whether this thisor
or the tariff tariff issueu issue Issu is of the larger pub public ¬
lic Interest interest causes causesn much uch divergence of ofopinion
opinion a But this much Is becoming becomingmore
more apparent a parent as the forces orcesbegin begin to toline toline toline
line upTor tip ror the fight In Congress that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the President is disposed strongly to putthe put putthe putthe
the railroad question questlonnist first first and ana that thechance the thechance thehance
chance of getting the new Congress to todo todo todo
do anything with the tariff tarlt Is practically practicallynll practicalnil
nil
For Rate Regulation RegulationThe
The uniform unlk > rm report Is that the President Presi President President ¬
dent is going to devote the strongest strongestInterest stroi stroigustinterest st stInterest
Interest and most Important position in inhlB InhlB inhis
hlB message me snge to rate regulation Senator SenatorElmer SenatorElmer
Elmer J T Burkett of Nebraska who will willbe willbe willbe
be the youngest member of the Senate Senateand Senateand Senateand
and who will see his first service in the theupper theupper
upper body at the coming session de declares decllres declares ¬
clares that the rate question over overshadows overshadows overshadows ¬
shadows everything else In his State StateSenator StateSenator StateSenator
Senator Burkett Is in the city on political politi polltlcal political
cal business He Is the first Senator t tbe to tobe tbe <
be elected In Nebraska In many years yearswithout yearwithout ears earswithout
without a n vigorous fight and and he wa waso waso waso
so elected because the big rival rail railroad railroad ¬
road Interests the Burlington and tinloPacific Union TJnlorPacific
Pacific were able to agree on him Yet Yetdespite re1despU setthis
despite this he vigorously insists tha thahis thaIhis thahis
his State wants rate laws more thar thartariff thaIJtaritC tha thatariff
tariff revision revisionSenator rcislonSenator revisionSenator
Senator Dolliver s recent declaratiothat declaratlor declaratlorthat declaratloIJthat
that there would be a report from the theSenate th thate
Senate ate committee favorable to the Pres PresIdents PresIdents Prestdents
Idents plan even If It had to beminority be i iminority 8
minority mlnorItreport report is glv given en large slgnifi significanoe slgnificance slgnificance
cance But on the other hand there I Ifrequent Ifrequent is isfrequent
frequent expression ot the opinion thathe tha thathe thaIthe
the President erred in not calling ai a aextra
1 extra session sessionWould sessionWould sessionWould
Would Have Foiled Dodgers DodgersAn DodgersAn
An extra session for this partlcula partlculabusiness parUculaJbusiness particulabusiness
business would ould have focused the coun countrys countrys countrys
trys attention on the rate Issue anwould an anwould ancwould <
would have made it additionally addltlonal1 dlfflcul difficulfor dlfflculfor dlmculfor
for the opposing statesmen to doage it itBut itBut itBut
But with the the question pushed over t tthe tt ttthe tthe
the regular regular5Esslon session it is urged it ail ailhave wilhave w1li
i have to take Its chances with the grea greamass greaI greamass
mass mns s of other matters and Tlll 1ll be eIbowed el elbowed clbowfd
I bowed aside much more easily easilyThe easll easllThe easilyThe
The President however is a a goo goofighter go goI gofighter
fighter and it is now known that he 1 1prepared Iprepared 1prepared
I prepared to organize his friends friendsCongress i islble II
Congress and back them as far as pus pussible po posible >
I sible He will return to Washlngto Washlngtoabout Washingtoabout nshlngtol nshlngtolabout
about September 30 and soon thereafte thereaftewill thercaftewill
will have conferences with legislatlv legislatlvand leglslntlvand leglslativand
and other leaders whom hom he has asked askelto askedto
1 to come for discussion of plans of th thCongressional thCongressional tieCongressional
Congressional campaign on this ques questlon question quetion
tion Out of these conferences will b bdeveloped bdeveloped hdeveloped
developed a general scheme for handlln handllnthe handllnithe handlfnthe
the business of the session and a polic policof pollcof policof
of legislative activity activityWhen activit activitWhen activityWhen
When Roosevelt Returns ReturnsRoosevelts ReturnsRoosec1t ReturnsRoosevelts
Roosevelts s return will be marked b ban ban ban
an immediate resumption of activity activit an anInterest anInt aninterest
Interest Int reRt In all legislative matters No Ncin NoIn No1n
in many man years ears has there been more Ir Irterest IIIterest i iterest
terest In anticipation of the opening openingCongress r rCongress I ICon3ress
Congress The real question at the botom bol boltorn boltom
tom of everybodys mind is whether thi thisession thlsession thsession
session will bring a split between tie tilChief tbChie tieChief
Chief Chie Executive and the Congresslom Congresslomleaders Congresslon1leaders Congresslontleaders
leaders of his party plrt On this poir poirthere poi polth
there th > re is wrde divergence of view bv bvthe btlthe bethe
the majority even of the friends of at atvanced acvanced a
vanced legislation believe the Preslder Preslderwill Preslderwill
will make every effort to avoid an ope opeclash opeelash
clash
SMOKING BY WOMEN WOMENLONDON WOMENIO WOMENLONDON
LONDON IO DOX Sepl IS ISTruth Truth quotes t tfollowing t1 t1fvl1owln tfollowing
following fvl1owln reasons rt > afoon agalrs smoking smokln 1 1women I Iwomen 11 11womln
women The first is that snicking d dvelops de develops I Ilops
velops lops the mustache < and the scconthat sccon secoithat scconthat
that smoking produces at any rate ratewomen ratewomen I Iwomen
women weakrimmed eyelids eelidst
t
iii in n
lo
AreForthcoming AreForthcoming AreForthcoming
ForthcomingDown Forthcoming ForthcomingDown ForthcomingDown
Down with Swartzell SwartzellThe SwartzellThe SwartzellThe
The slogan of the Eastern High HighSchool HighS HighSchool
School S < hool boys sounded and resounded resoundedthrough resoundedthrough resoundedthrough
through the streets and grounds about aboutihe aboutthe aboutthe
the school building from near an hour hourbefore hourbefore hourbefore
before the time for opening of the fall fallterm tallterm fallterm
term this morning until school was wasbrought wasbrought as asbrought
brought togetherApparently togetherApparently together togetherApparently
Apparently the entire male student studentbody studentbody studentbody
body had gathered bright and and early earlyto earbto earlyto
to give voice to a warm if I not appre appreciative appreciative appreciative ¬
ciative reception to the principal and toopen to toopen toopen
open the campaign of opposition to hisregime his hisregime hisregime
regime
Principal Outwits Boys BoysBut BoysBut BoysBut
But the mutant principal had ex executed eceeuted executed ¬
ecuted a clever flanking movement movementagainst moementngalnst
against his opponents opponentsWhile opponentsWb opponentsWife I
While Wb e the ardent youths were bravely bravelyairing braelyairing bravelyairing
airing their indignation and and indulging indulgingforecasts Indulgintorec indulgingorecasts
forecasts torec so about aboutthe the things th Dgs theyd do doto dot
to t tohimuantlcipaUng him fm anticipating ant i n ngthat that the principal principalwould principalould principalwould
would ould presently come along and nd at attempt attempt attempt ¬
tempt to enter the besieged building buildingthe buIldingth buildingthe
the the th tactful principal ras as already safely safelyinside satelyhislde safelyInside
inside hislde By a night maneuver or at atleast atleast atleast
least an an early morning movement hehad he hehad hehad
had secured s cured the position of vantage and andwon andwon andwon
won the first trick in the game gameOld gameOld gameOld
Old Spirit Latent LatentThe LatentThe
The old spirit that made Itself felt feltlast feltlast feltlast
last June was v s latent and only needed neededthe neededthe neededthe
the expressions of a few of the more moredaring moredaring moredaring
daring leaders le ders to fan Can it into a flame flameThere llameThere flameThere
There There was a noticeable exodus from fromthe tromtl1e fromthe
the school as soon oon as the principal principalopened principalopened principalopened
opened the office although no transfers transferswere transrersere transferswere
were ere Issued IssuedThe IssuedThe issuedThe
The Board of Education has refused refusedto refusedto refusedto
to permit any an transfers from Eastern Easternuntil Easternuntll Easternuntil
until after Thursday Thursdaywhen when final action actionwill actionwill actionwill
will be taken upon the Swartzell con controversy controersy controversy ¬
troversy troversyA
A member of the Board of Education Educationstated Educationstated Educationstated
stated this morning that six slxpetItfons slxpetItfonstor petitio petitiotransfer petitions petitionsfor
for transfer from the Eastern were already al already alread ¬
ready read on file fileWhen fileVohen fileWhen
When asked whether transfers would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be made to the Central High School Schoolfrom Schoolfrom Schoolfrom
from Eastern he declared that if suffi sufflcleat sufficient sufficient ¬
cient reasons for desiring desirln the transfers transferswere transferswere transferswere
were given he did not see why they theyshould theJshould theyshould
should not be granted grantedOver grantedOver
Over half the male students of Jthe Jtheschool th thschool the theschool e
school asked for transfers this morning morningbut morn ng ngbut
but when they the found that none were ere to tobe tobe t
be issued until Thursday Thursda decided to go goto goto g gto o
to school until that day dayTolerant da daTolerant dayTolerant
Tolerant Mood MoodThe MoodThe
The entire school is in a ttlerant ttlerantmood tulerantmood t
mood waiting until Thursday Thursda when whenPrincipal whenPrincipal L
Principal Swartzeli will m cither be be re removed removed ¬
moved or finally final retained by the Board Boardof Boardof Boa
of Education EducationWhen Educationhen EducationWhen
When hen the enrollment for the session sessionhad s sessionhad slon l
had been taken there was a noticeable noticeabledifference noticeabledifference noticeabldifference e
difference betweenthe between the size of this year years yearsclasses ears s
classes and those of f last year ear There ThereIs There ThereIs Thereis
Is a difference of twentyseven less lessboys lessbors lessboys ess
boys this year ear than last year ear and the thenumber thenumber th thnumber e
number of girls Is expected to be muc much muchless muchless h l
less lessThis This estimate Included In this years yearsclasses Jearsdasses year yearasses s
classes asses many man tmplls who have expressed expressedthemselves expressedthemselves expresse d
themselves as desirous of a change in inschool Inschool i ischool n
school schoolToo
Too Few for Cadet Company CompanyThe CompanyThe
1 The fear was was expressed today toda by b a anumber anumber
number of the boys In the upper classethat classes classesthat classesthat s
that it would be impossible to form formcaaet a acaaet aca
caaet caaet ca et company companySo companSo
So many man oflast of last years ears cadets have havedecided havedecided hay e
decided not to go In the company tha that thatthey thatthe t
they the do not believe that there th rc Is enough enoughraw enoughraw
raw material In the first class to fill filltheir filltheir ill illr 1
r their places placesA
A fact developed this morning at East Eastern Eastern ¬
ern which seems to conflict con lct with Direc Director Director ¬
tor Hughes testimony tesUmon given before th thboard the theboard theboard e
board on Thursday Thursda night Director DirectorHughes DirectorHughes r
e Hughes stated that the cause of pupils pupilsin pupilsIn s
in East Washington going to Central Centralwas Centralwas Cent cal
was was the facility of reaching reachln that school schoolby schoolb scho schoby
sl
by b the H street car line but In the pre preent pres present present
ent first year ear class at Eatern there thereare therenre ther therare e
are more pupils coming from the Lu Lulow Lud Ludlow LudloW d
low and Taylor schools which are ar in inthe inthe i n
the territory territor bordering on the H str street streetcar een
car line than any other two schools in inthe i if n
f the third divisionIt division divisionIt
It seems as If those living nearer the theschool th thschool e
school are the ones to go elsewhere to toschool tot t tf o
t school schoolMAIL schoolMAIL
s MAIL WAGON UPSET UPSETI UPSETBY UPSETBY
I BY SHIFTING EN ENGINE ENGINEOne GlN E
t One of the shifting engines of t tt the thePennsylvania thePennslanln he
t Pennsylvania railroad struck a United Unitedi UnitedStates Uniten d
n i States mall wagon in charge of Will Willlam Willam 111 111lam 1
lam Bennett Bennettof of 92 E street southwest southwestyesterday southwestesterda southwesyesterday t
yesterday esterda while the horse was crossing crossing1the crossingthe crossin crossinthe
the tracks near Third street and Vir Virginia Vire r ¬
ginia avenue southwest The team ww wwknocked was wasknocked as
e knocked knod ed some distance by the coy coyl cow cowcatcher co cocatcl1er
l etcher catcher on the th engine and the wa wawas wagon wagonwas wagonwas gon In
was overturned overturnedi overturnedrll
rll d i Bennett escaped Injury by jumping jumpingi
n i The horse was slightly sUgh bruised and c cabout cut cutabout cutabout ut It
about the legs
THOUSAND THOUSANDSCHOLARS
SCHOLARS APPLY APPLYFOR APPLYWith
FOR FORENROLLMENT ENROLLMENT
School Year Begins BeginsWith BeginsVith BeginsA
With Banner A At Attendance Attendance t ttendance
tendance tendanceiWAKTZELL
AT EASTERN EASTERNension
ension e an Is Such That Least LeastSmyptom LeastSmyptom LeastSmYPtam
Smyptom of Trouble TroubleWill TroubleWill TroubleWill
Will Start Conflict ConflictThe
The school school year year of 120506 was ushered
this morning under underllong flying colors Long Longbefore
before 9 oclock when the call of the the thejchool
bells announced the assembling assemblingtime assembUn
time for the pupils pUDl s In n the various class classrooms classrooms classrooms
rooms boys and girls each with an arm armload armad ¬
load ad of books l > ooks were seen retracing their theirsteps theirsteps theirsteps
steps back to the schools from rom which whichthey whichthey whichthey
they Journeyed three months ago agoThe agoThe agoThe
The exact number of pupils registered registeredat
at the different schools this this morning has hasnot has hasllot hasnot
not as yet been definitely known but It ItIs itIs itis
Is estimated that fully 52000 began theschool the theschool theschool
school year today Of these nearly neUlyOOO neUlyOOOenter 2000 2000enter 1081 1081enter
enter upon their first year of ofschoolllfe ofschoolllfeeither school lifeeither life lifeeither
either In the kindergarten or the gradedschools graded gradedschools gradedschools
schoolsAt schoolsAt schools schoolsAt
At the Franklin school Miss I1ss BlanchePatterson Blanche BlanchePatterson BlanchePatterson
Patterson as acting principal opened openedthe openedthe openedthe
the school
Eastern Quiet So FarThe Far FarThe FarThe
The Eastern opened up under the administration ad administration adIIInistratlon ¬
ministration Of Moseheim F I F Swart Swartzell Swartzell Swartzell ¬
zell and a nd up to recess time everything everythingwent eYeJth1ngwent everythingwent
went along nicely though the principal principalteachers principalteachers prindprilteachers
teachers and pupils alike were nervous nervousand neoousand nervousand
and It would take but buta a small smalls11p slip on onthe on onthe n nthe
the > part of either to start the pot potboiling potboiling potboiIlng
boilingThe boiling boilingThe boiIlngThe
The Central and the Western High HighSchools HIghSchools HighSchools
Schools under Prof Pro Wilson and andMJsa andMJsaVoeston Mlsa MlsaWeston iisa iisaWeston
Weston respectively were soon running runningwith runnIngwith runningwith
with a steady stesd swing Under the man management management mangement ¬
agement a of these two efficient efficlentprInci efficlentprIncipals princi principals princials ¬
pals p ap als the matter of getting started was wassimplified was wasslmpllfled wassimplified
simplified by the elimination of many manydetails manydetails manyde
details de taUs In vogue vogue at other otherschools otherschoolsBoth schoolsBoth schools schoolsBoth
Both of these schools showed show d a a healthyncrease healthy healthyIncrease healthyIncrease
Increase ncrease over last years enrollment as asdid asdid asdid
did also the Business High School and waddthe andthe andthe
the Armstrong Manual Training Schoolcolored School Schoolcolored Schoo1colored
colored The McKInley Manual Train Training TriUnIng Troiatug ¬
ing School owing to want oft o space was wasslightly wassUghtb Y Ylightly
slightly s in the thode decrease < rease as comparedwith compared comparedwith comparedwith
with the other oh r schools All the th graded gradedschools gradedschools gradedschoolss
schools reported an increase Increaseo ot from fromiwo fromtwoto fromtwo
iwo twoto to forty fort The Thekfndergaren kindergarten schools schoolsand schoolsand schoolsand
and manual training schools for girls girlsalso girlsalso girlsalso
also Indicated an incense but as yet thttr thttrexact th thexact the theecactllgures >
exact ecactllgures figures are not known knownSeventyTwo knownSeventyTwo knownSeventyTwo
SeventyTwo Schools choo1s Open OpenAll OpenAll OpenAll
All told seventytwo schools began beganoperation beganoperation begauoperation
operation this mornla morning > namely sixty sixtysix sixtysix sixtyix
six s ix graded three high two manualtraining manualtraining manual manualtraining
training and one business high schooL schooLIn schooIn schools schoolsIn
In addition the Industrial Home School Schooland Schooland Schoolland
and the thcGirls Girls Reform School began begantheir begantheir begantheir
their school year ear though these th e two twoschools twoschools twoschools
schools do not come under the direct directobservation direct directobservation directobserYatlon
observation of the Superintendent o oschools ot otschools ofschools
schools the teachers teache detailed as Instructors Instruc Instructors instructors ¬
tors are are under Mr > 1r Stuarts administra administration admlnlstration administration ¬
tion tionSuperintendent tionSuperintendent tionSuperintendent
Superintendent of Schools A T Stuart Stuartand Stuartand Stuarttand
and Director of o High Schools P PHughes M MHughes L LHughes
Hughes were In touch with witheyerythlng witheyerythlngthat everything everythingthat everythingthat
that was going on during the simple simpleopening simpleopening simpleopening
opening exercises e rc es and when the Anal Analenrollment 11nalenrollment finalenrollment
enrollment of the day da had been made madethey madethey madeey
they theyschools ey began their visit to the different differentschools differentschools
schools which will continue throughout throughoutthe
the afternoon and probably all day to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow morrowMany morrowMany morrowMany
Many Students ForWashington For ForWashington ForWashington
Washington Colleges CollegesWashington CollegesYashlngton
Washington as an educational centerwill center centerwill centerwill
will rank higher the coming year thanever than thanever thaneyer
ever before Attendance at the local localcollegiate 10ca 10cac
collegiate c l1egiate and academic Institutions will willLast w11lbe willbe
be larger than ever beforeLast before betoreLast
Last year approximately 5000 studentswere students studentswere studentswere
were enrolled in the colleges universe universities ¬
tics and nd private Institutions of Wash Washington WashIngton Washington ¬
ington This year the outlook is far farbrighter farbrighter farbrighter
brighter Already Alreadyeach each each college univer university unlversit university ¬
sity sit and institution has made arrange arrangements arrangemeats ¬
ments for accommodating a larger largernumber largernumbe largernumber
number and with the opening of the thecollege thecollese
college year Ear about October I the stu student student ¬
dent representation at Washington will willbe V1llbe
be definitely known knownGeorgetown knownGeorgetown
Georgetown George Washington and andthe andthe
the Howard Universities each report reportencouraging reportencouraging
encouraging prospects and ithat this thisyears thisears
years ears enrollment will be b even Yengreater Yengreaterthan greater greaterthan
than anticipated Georgetown expectsan expects expectsan
an an increase in every department The Thecollege ThecGllege Thecollege
college course which began last Wed Wednesday Wednesda Wednesday ¬
nesday nesda and the law and medical courses courseswhich courseswhich
which open October 4 and September 2S 2Srespectively 2Srespectlel S
respectively will have the largest lat gest in increases Increases ¬
creases The other couifees ou out es when they thenopen theyopen theYopen
open will show some some Increase over last lastyear lastear
year ear
Georgetowns New President PresidentFew PresidentFew
Few changes have been made In thefaculty the thefaculty thetacuIt
faculty tacuIt the only one of importance importancebeing import1ncebeing importancebeing
being the election of a new presldentto presldenttosucceed preside president tto ttosucceed o osucceed
succeed the Rev Re Jerome Daugherty DaughertyThe DauhertyThe
The Rev Re David H Buel being elected as aspresident aspresident
president of the university universityGeorge unlversit unlversitGeorge
George Washington University Unlverslt reports reportsthe report5the
the probable enrollment of 1600 students studentswhich
which will be a a decided Increase over overlast QV r rlast
last year The college year ear at George GeorgeAVashlngton GeorgeYashington
Washington opens September S ntember 27 2 With
1 the same corps of instructors as hereiofore here heretofore hereI ¬
I tofore very YCr little If any an change has hasbeen hase
been made in the educational methods methodsof
of either of these schools schoolsHoward schoolsHoward schoolsHoward
Howard University Unherslt the leading color colored colored colored ¬
ed educational Institution in Washington Washing Washington VnslUngton
ton indicates the largest Increase o onny ot otln
any ln Institution in Washington This Thisschool ThIsschool Thisschool
school which was funded In 1S67 byGeneral by byGeneral b bGeneral
General Howard How rd of civil war fame has hasbeen hlsbeen
been showing shoIn rnh R a remarkable growth romh h for forthe forthe
the past eight or ten years ycats e s and whenIt when whenit ilen ilenIt
it opens its thirtyninth school year on onnext onnext
next Tuesday Tuesda it is expected that an en earollment enrollment
rollment of 1200 1 students will be re recorded r rcorded recorded ¬
corded
Many Improvements
A 1 great many many improvements Improvementsbe Improvementsbebeen have tarebeen havebeen
I been made to the old school building buildingand bulld buildingand n
and some additional buildings erected erectedThe eected eectedThe
The new n < W tOCOOCO COOLO OCQ Freedman s Hospital
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