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2 2 THE WASHINGTON W TIMES FRIDAY FJflDAYSE1fiEMBiR SEPTEMBER 29 J905 JlO p
ALLEGED LEAKAGE LEAKAGEOF LEAKAGEOF LEAKAGEOF
OF STATE SECRETS SECRETSMay
May Be BeCause Cause Ca use of Change in iuAdministration inAdniinistration inAdministration
Administration AdministrationCIPHERS AdniinistrationCIPHERS AdministrationCIPHERS
CIPHERS GO TO NEW LANDS LANDSLoomis LANDSLoomis LANDSLoomis
Loomis Said to Have Taken This ThisCourse ThisCourse ThisCourse
Course to IS Strike trike Chief Clerk ClerkMichael ClerkMichael ClerkMichael
Michael
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An important change In the adminls adminlstruUon admlntst administAt3n
truUon t ton of the State Department Dopartm > nl by byvfhteh byYhlch byth1eh
vfhteh Yhlch th1eh the handling of o cipher difpatch difpatchIs dispatches dispatchesIs dspa tch tchIsremoved
Is Isremoved removed from the hands han s of the I h ckiPi ckiPiclerk cht chtclerk crtfclerk
clerk of the department and pluced in incharge Incharge
charge of Charles Ray R3 Dean chl eIiIf < hhf f of ofthe ofth oft1 I
the th t1 Bureau of Appointments has been beenplaced betnplaced beenplaced
placed 5n n effect < flect by b Assistant Secretary Secretaryof SCltar SCltarof
of State Francis B Ixtornis IxtornisSir Ldornistr LtonisMr
Sir tr I Loomis > oomts alleged reason for making makinjjthe xra1 makingthe > inl inlt11C
the change is that there has been b en a aserious aserious a8erlcus
serious leakage of important state se secrets 5Ccrets e ecrets ¬
crets The friends frien s of Cal Cot William H HMichael HUchlI HMichael
Michael who lies fc t ben en n chief clerk in the thedepartment thelcpartment
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department cpartnent for eight ytars furi and an < l has an anexcellent anexceHet anexcellent
excellent record r cor claim that t t Mr lr Loomis Loomistook Loomhtook I
took tills opportunity iy t strike szr1 a blow blowat blowat
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at him because Colonel Colon l Michael like likemost likemost likernCst
most other department > n officials was on onMr onMr onMr
Mr Bowens side sI e during urin his recent con controversy contro controvorsy ¬
troversy tro < rs with Ith Mr h lr Loomis LoomisChange LoomisChange LoomisChange
Change During Michaels Absence AbsenceMichael A AbsenceMiclieI smce smceIicl
Michael Iicl el Is the official who has had hadcharsc Imdehar hadchargo
charsc ehar of f the handling of the cipher dis dispatches dispatches dispatches ¬
patches coming to the department from fromambassadors fromambassadors fromambassadors
ambassadors and a d consuls In all parts of ofthe ofth ofthe
the th Trcrld TrcrldA WQrldA vcrldA
A few ew days tIaY13g da ago ago while he was away awayen aWn aWnen awaycn
en his vacation Mr Loomis decided to toseparate toscparateth toSeparate
separate scparateth the cipher work from the office officeof officeor officeof
of the theehlef chief clerIc and to that end en wrote
to the resident resldentnt at Oyster O ster Bay av submit ¬
ting tlnJo his plan planThe plnnrhlltesld
The rhlltesld President nt approved of f the thechan chance e
nnd it accordingly went Into effect The
statement is made by those who approve
of Air Loomis action that the Presi ¬
dent has been astounded at the fact
that his most Important state policies
have become b come known to a a certain foreign foreignpower foreignpower foreignpower
power supposed to be Germany German al almost almost almost ¬
most In advance of their communica ¬
tion to the ambassadors and that In ¬
formation of the most critical character
has been derived from cipher dispatches
to the State Stat Department before this in ¬
formation could read tho President PresidentReflection Presl PresidentReflection ent entRellection
Reflection Unwarranted UnwarrantedThe
The friends of Chief Clerk Michael look lookupon lookupon loolIpon
upon the removal rem ova of the work from his hishands 11lsdl hislandl
hands dl as a reflection on his Integrity Int grlt as asan asan asan i
an official It la I said by those In a posi position posidon position ¬
tion to know kno that such a reflection Is not notonly notonl notonly
only onl unwarranted but that just the re reverse reCrBe reVcrac ¬
verse CrBe Is true There has never been a asingle aIlngle a asingle
single leak of any Importance through throughthe throughthe throughthe
the translation of handling of cipher dis dispatches dispatches ls lspatches ¬
patches There have been three sup ¬
posed leaks but on Investigation It was
found that In one instance Secretary Secretan11a
Hay 11a himself had Inadvertently let out
information Intended to be confidential confidentialIn
In another exAssistant Secretary Hill t
had been responsible and Jd In the third thirdanother thirdnnother thirdanother I
another Assistant Secretary Secretar had been beenthe beenthe beerthe t
the unwitUng delinquent delinquentLMnTION c1ellnquentEXPLANATION delinquentf1PNAT1ON
EXPLANATION DOES NOT NOTPLEASE NOTP1EASEPOliCYHOlUERS
P1EASEPOliCYHOlUERS P1EASEPOliCYHOlUERSEfforts PLEASE POUCYHOLDER5 POUCYHOLDER5Efforts I
Efforts of Officer Officenr of Insurance Com Company Company Coinpany ¬
pany to MakeClear Shrinkage ShrinkageNot ShrinkageNot ShrinkageNot
Not Satisfactory SatisfactoryOfficers SatisfactoryOfficers SatisfactoryOfficers
Officers o or the Western estern Life Indemnity IndemnityCompany ImlemnityCompan IndcrnnIt r rCompany
Company ot Chicago arc ar making an ef effort effort effort ¬
fort to explain the apparent app rent shrinkage shrinkagein shrlnJ age ageIn S Sin
in the assets of the company from 54S8 4SS
000 at the beginning of the year to a apresent i ipresent 1 I Ipresent
present total of 313000 5313000Pfounts 313000PIounts 313000Plounts
Pfounts Investigation InvestigationInspector InvestigationInsp InvestigationInspdctor
Inspector Insp ctor Lucius Pfounts of the State StateinsuranceUoard StateInsurance Stabinsurancetioard
insuranceUoard Insurance Uo rd has completed his In Investigation Inestlgatlon Investlgation ¬
vestigation and give the above figures figuresIn figurain
In his report It Is claimed by the Western Westera West Western ¬
ern that this difference Is the amount amountpaid amountpaid arnoun arnounpaid
paid oyt it lt by b the tbecompany company for new busi business business bustness ¬
ness nessThis nessThis nessThis
This explanation Is far from satis satisfactory salisfactor satisfactory ¬
factory factor to the policyholders and they theyare the theare theare
are determined not to let the matter matterdrop matter8rop matte4rop
drop where it now stands Sir Pfounts Pfountshas prountsbas s Slizis
has previously stated that In absorbing absorbin absorbintwentyeight
twentyeight minor companies the pol polIcyholdcrs polIcholdens p01icyholders
Icyholdcrs In the Western went through throughuninsured througha 1 1a
a proceSs which l leaves < aves them practically practicallyunimmrcd f 1 1uninsured
uninsured
Policyholders Safe SafeNone SafeXone SafeNone
None of dfthe the policyholders In the com company compan cornpany ¬
pany pan which has lIgured In thepubjic thepubjicpress the pubJlc pubJlcre1 pubi cpress c
press re1 recently as threatened with a ascandal aFcandallnftnancial ascandaVlnflnancial a
scandal Fcandallnftnancial In financial matters will suffer sufferaccording sutrcraccordh suffeiaccording
according accordh to a letter received today todayfrom to toda a atrom I Ifrom j
from the president 1 > resldnt of the company by byWilliam b bllIIam I IWilliam j
William llIIam Oscar Roome of this city clt cltMr
Mr Boome wrote to the company as asthe asthe a s 5the
the representative of the companys companysmany companysmnny s 8many
many policyholders poJlcybo dErs In Washington The Thereply TherepJ Tb e 0reply
reply repJ to the letter says the allegations allegationsm
m Itt the bill filed against tho company are arefalse arefalse at atfalse 3
false the case will be summarily dis dismissed dismlssedund dismissed ¬
missed mlssedund and that the company Is at atpresent atpresent a t tpresent
present writing business at the rate of or1OOOOOO c Ir
1000000 per month monthW monthW monthw
W B BSTEWART STEWART RESIGNS RESIGNSPLACE RESIGNSPLACE RESIGNSPLACE
PLACE IN POSTOFFICE POSTOFFICEVf E av
Vf v B Stewart St wart of the stamp division divisionof In n nof
of Tho Postofflca Department has ten tendered tendered tet tetdered ¬
dered his resignation to take effect Oc October October O Otober ¬
tober 1 Mr Stewart who has been in inthe Inthe I Inthe n
the postal service since 1S39 has accept accepted accepted accep t ted ¬
ed a position with the United States StatesRealty StatesRealt Stat 55 55Realty s
Realty Realt Real Estate Company Ho will willassume will2ssume wi In H 11assume
assume his new duties as soon as he heleaves heleaes 1 Ie seleaves e
leaves the Government service serviceMr BenlceMr serviceMr
Mr Stewart was appointed to the rail railway ra11W8 rat 11 iway l ¬
way W8 postal service In 1889 as a a clerk clerkthrough clerkthrough des k kthrough
through Snnator Quay of Pennsylvania Pennsylvaniaand Penmlylyanlaand a aand
and Gen Frank Reeder He served servediev on onNew onevf
New iev evf York and Elmira and New York Yorkand Yorkand Yos Yosand j f
and Plttsburg runs until 1892 He was wasthen wasthen w as is Lsthen
then transferred to the Postofflce De Department Department D e epartznent 3 ¬
partment and assigned to the stamp di division dlIslon d ll LIvision I ¬
vision visionMr visionMr Islon IslonMr
Mr Stewart is widely wf ely known by pos postal P05tal po 5tal 5 ¬
tal employes throughout the United UnitedState nited nitedState nit sd sdStates d
State StateSICKNESS StateSICKNESS StatesSICKNESS
SICKNESS PREVENTS PREVENTSMIDSHIPMENS PREVENTSMIDSHIPMENS PREVENTSMJDSHIPMENS
MIDSHIPMENS DINNER DINNERThe DINNETue R
The annual banquet of the secom secomclass secoi secoiclass
class midshipmen of otthe the United States StatesNaval StatesNaval Stat StatNaval es
Naval Academy which was wa to tobe be held heldat heldat he heat
at the New Willard Hotel tonight has hasbeen hasbeen h hbeen
been postponed postpon < < i until next Friday night nighton nighton nigI nigIon
on account ot sickness among the new newmidshipmen newmidshipmen ne nernldshlpmea
midshipmen at Annapolis AnnapolisTho AnnnpollsThe AnnapollsThe
The banquet is the conclusion of the theregular tJ tJregular
regular cruise on a training ship shlpan shlpanmonths and andmonths ni nimonths
months vacation Covers for 200 mid midshipmen mitIs ml ¬
shipmen s will be laid and no expense is iscess
to bcspared In making the dinner expenseIc n suc succ su tC
cess cessThis c
This iiils dloncr is one of the greatest greatestevents greate greateevents
events of the four years cars of the younitars youi youitLrs
tars and many distinguished naval offl offleft otIlee of ofis 1
ee era of o ihlM t Ja city ar are expected to be prea pre8I pre is 8
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REBEKAH DRILL DRILLTEAM DRilLTEAM ILL ILLTEAM
TEAM SIGHTSEEING SIGHTSEEINGFair
Fair Warriors From Frisco Are Busy BusyVisiting BusyVisitingIn BusyVisitingIn
Visiting VisitingIn In Charge of Guides GuidesTheater GuidesTheater GuidesTheater
Theater Party Last Night
Not deterred by b Its well known repu reputation reputatIonfor reputation ¬ I
tation tatIonfor for deliberateness the Eebekah 1 1drill h hrill ldrill
drill rill team of San Francisco which for I Iseveral Isevernl
several days has been the suest uest of the theOdd fOdd
Odd O d Fellows or this city elt started out outbright outbright
bright and early carl this mornlmr mornln to make l la
a a L visit to Alexandria When all of the tsights t
sights of Alexandria have been seen the I Iteam
team will Journey journe to Mt Vernon where wher wherethey t tthey tthey
they will stay until late this evening eveningSunday ecllingt
Sunday afternoon at 1 oclock the t tparty
party part will embark on two swift launches t tand tt tand
and visit Ylsitpoints points of Interest up and an down downthe own ownthe
the river riv r visiting Alexandria Mt Ver Vernon
non River View Vle and Marshall Hall t tThe
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The party will be In two boats one under underthe underthe
the command of Captain Chisholm com commander cornmander
1 1mander
mander of the Canton Washington Odd I jFellows II IFellows
Fellows and the other under command commandof
of Lieutenant L Shackelford Shackelford of the Odd OddFellows OddFellows I IFellows
Fellows FellowsYesterda FellowsYesterday I IYesterday
Yesterday Yesterda was spent by b by the fair war wurriors warriots I Irlors
riots In visiting the different public publicbuildings publicbuildIngs publicbuildings
buildings about the city clt Arlington the theSmithsonian theSmithsonian theSmithsonian
Smithsonian Institution the National NationalMuseum NationalMuseum NationalMuseum
Museum the Capitol and the Botanic BotanicGarden BotanicGarden BotanicGarden
Garden all received their share of at attention attention attentioa ¬
tention from the San Franciscans The Thewhole Th Thwhole Thewhole
whole team formed a a theater party part last lastnight lastnight lastnight
night and enjoyed the Wizard of Oz OzThe OzThe Osrhe
The guides ul es for the party yesterday yesterdaywere yesterdaywere estertIaywere
were W Yo J La Varre Capt D V Chis Chisholm <
holm Dr and Mrs Gates James L LBost
Bost R E Wines Ines and Charles Shackel Shackelford Shnckeltord c
ford I ICHICKASf
CHICKASAW OFFICERS OFFICERSLIKELY OFFICERSLIKELY
LIKELY LIKELY TO TOGO GO FREE FREEOfficials i iOfficials
Officials Intimate That Indictments IndictmentsAgainst IndictmentsAgaInst
Against Johnston and Ward Will WillProbably WillProbably WillProbably
Probably Be Quashed QuashedThe Quasheds Quashedrhe QuashedThe
The Department of Justice Is Invest Invcstlf Investgating
gating charges filed with the Attorney AttorneyGeneral AttorneyGeneral Attorae AttoraeGeneral
General Involving Irregularities on o the thepart thepart th thpart
part of officials o lclaIs of the Chickasaw na natlon nation nation
tion In the Indian In lan Territory Territoryc Territo TerritoryRecently
Recently Rec nt1 Chief Johnston and Asslst Asslsta Assistant
ant Treasurer Ward of that nation nationwere nationwere nationwere
were Indicted for alleged misuse of ofj orunis ol r rfunIs
funfls of which they the were the custo custoj custodlans custodians
dians and the allegations upon which whichtho whichtho l 1tho
tho Indictments were based were sub subs submitted
mitted to Attorney General Moody Moodys Mood Moods MoodySpecial
Special agents of the Department of ofe ote a aJustice
Justice have been endeavoring to get getat gel gelat I
at the facts and will report to Attorney AttorneyGeneral AttorneyGeneral AttornelGeneral
General Moody Moo y when liB returns from fromt fronhis I It
his vacation Officials of the Depart Department DepartIr Department
ment of Justice Intimate that thattle the in indicted Indicted indicted ¬
dicted officials will be vmdlcated vlhdlcated by the thequashing theQuashing th tht e
quashing of the indictments against againstthem againsthem lgainstthem t
them themNATIONAL themE themNATIONAL
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NATIONAL UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITYr
r LAW SCHOOL OPENING OPENINGThe i iThe
The Law School of the National Unl Unln VnlIn Pniversity
verslty will begin Its thirtyseventh thlrt seventh an annual annual
nual session on Monday lIon < la evening Octo Octos 1
ber 2 at the law school building SIS SISH 81 81and B i
and 820 Thirteenth street northwest northweste i
Following < the customs of former years yearsthe yearsthe yearthe s J
the exercises of the evening will be bel b bbrief 1 I
brief and simple In character and will willconsist willk wi
consist of an address by b the dean and andthe anda am amthe 1
the announcement by the various mem memj meJT1f mernhers 1
bers tf the faculty tacul y of the courses offer offeris orteras offered
ed by the school during the year In 1 1addiUon
addition to those desiring to connect connectI connee conneethemselves I
themselves with the school former grad graduates graduates graduates ¬
uates of the institution and others In Interested i
terested in this branch of professional professionald pross professionaeducation lanaI
education are cordially Invited to be bepresent bepresnt is ispresent
present presntR = I II II IA I
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A Natural Bracer BracerPOSTUM Bracerd I IPOSTUM
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POSTUM POSTUMFOOD PO SlUM SlUMhe
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FOOD COFFEE COFFEEContains COFFEEContains
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Contains no stimulant but the thetrue thet thetrue
at t
true rebuilding elements elementsI
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jOLJHT COURT DENIS DENIE PLEAS PLEASIN PftA8IM I IIN j
IN BEEF B fEF TRUST CASE CASEGovernment CASEGovernment CASEGovernment
Government Demurrer to Contentions Contentionsof
of Packers Against Jurys JurysLegality JurysLega1ity JurysLegality
Legality Sustained
CHICAGO Sept 29 29The The first ruling rulinghas ruUnghas rulingass
has ass been made by IJ l1y United States Judge JudgeHumphrey JudgeHumphre
Humphrey H in the Beef trust case Tho ThoGovernment ThoGovernment Thoovernment I
HG
f Government G overnment won its contention contentionThis contentionThis contentionThis
This morning the court passed pa5se upon uponpleas uponpleas uponleas
pleas p leas one two and five of the packers as asto asto aso
t to o the legality of the grand Jury which whichindicted wWchin whichndicted
indicted h in lcte < l the packers and declared that thatthe thatthe thathe
the he Jury jur could not be attacked attackedOn attackedOn attackedOn
On the third and fourth pleas relating relatingto
to tl o publicity publl lt In the drawing of the Jury Jurythe jurythe juryhe
the he court stated that they had given givenhim givenhim t tim
him h im more trouble but there was no nodoubt noI ncoubt
doubt d oubt in his mind tnat the act Itself Itselfwas 1 itsellets tseltwas
was v w ets so o loose 1005 < and indefinite in detail etau that thatthe thatU1e thailie
the t lie packers plea in abatement would wouldnot wouldnot wouldot
not 11 n ot hold holdThe holdlhe holdTue
The court therefore sustains the de demurrer demurrer demutter ¬
murrer of the Government to the t e plea pleaIn pleaIn I In
In n abatement filed by b the thepaclters thepacltersWOULD packers packersA packeraOijIjJ
WOULD OijIjJ REORGANIIE REOHGAMILE I
M MED1CA ICAL CORPS COP I I S SA I IA
A pamphlet was Issued from the ofllce ofllceof omceoC offlc offlcf
of o J f the Surgeon General of the Army to today toda toay ¬
day da d ay indicating the intention Int nUori of this de department departInent dcartment ¬
partment 11 partInent p artment to make a determined fight fightbefore fightbefore flghefore
before t 11t b efore Congress tor reorganization reorganizationThe
The position taRen by b the medical de department department deartznent ¬
partment p artznent is that when the army arm was wasreorganized wasreorganized waeorganized
reorganized r by the act of February FebruaryOl 2
1301 1 Ol the recommendations of the Sur Surgeon Surg Surgeon ¬
i geon g on General were Ignored and the themedical themetIlcal th I Imedical
it medical department suffered sUrtcred severely severelyIts severel severelIts severelyts
it Its ts proportionate te Increase being far leas leasthan lessthn len lenhan
than t it that of the army as a whole and andthe andthe ani
the t he Increase given being principally In Inthe Inthe ii iihe 11
the t he lowest grades so that the pros prospects lrOSpeets prospects ¬
pects of promotion of these officers officerswere omcerswere S Swore
were reduced below bt > low those of oreel every other otherstaff otherstarr r rtaff
staff s taff corps In Inth6 the army armyAUCTION arm armAUCTION armyAUCTION
AUCTION SALES SALESJAMES SALESTAIES SALESJAMES
JAMES W RATCLIFFE Auctioneer 920 920Pennsylvania 920PennsIanla 9 o oPennsylvania
Pennsylvania ave nw nwBy By virtue of the au authority authorlt ai aithority ¬
thority thorlt vested In us > by a certain chattel chatteltrust chatteltrust chatt i itrust j
trust dated July 17 1005 and at the request requestof requestof reque requeof
of the holder of the notes thereby thereb securec securecwe ecured oecuredwe ecuredwe
we will sell at public auction at 020 2 Penn Pennsylvania Penn8lnmla Penrsylvania ¬
sylvania I avenue northwest on SATURDAY SATURDAYSEPTEMBER SATURDAYSEPTEIDElt SATURDA3SEPTEMPER
SEPTEMBER 30 IDOS 10 > at 10 OCLOCK A M Mthe Mthe Mthe
the goods and chattels mentIon mentioned < Hl In said saidtrust saidtrult sat sattrust
trust beIng the some nme Ulna generally uned unedin ulledIn use usein
in the lunch room business bUlln Including Includln coffee coffeeurn coffeeurn coff coffurn
urn showcase platen cups and saucers gas gasand gasand ga IS ISand
and oil ranges and stoves etc Terms of ofal ofl 1 rsale
sale al all cash W V C PRATIIER N E ERYON ERYO I IRYON
RYON RYO Trustees 611 F st nw n se282t
SENATOR HEYBURN1 HEYBURN1HAS HEYBURN HEYBURNHASAPPENDICITIS
HAS HASAPPENDICITIS HASAPPENDICITISAttaclc APPENDICITIS APPENDICITISAttack
Attack Slight and Doctors DoctorsThink Doetorshunk j jrhink
Think Operation Unlikely UnlikelyWAS UnlikelyWAS UnlikelyWAS
WAS WAS TAKEN ILL ILL ON TRAIN TRAINEn TRAINf TRAINfI
En Route From Fro New York to Wnshcl Wnshcl7in Wash Washfngfon WasliJngVonMay
7in JngVonMay fngfon onMay May Be Out of Bed BedThis BedThis BedThis
This Week
Senator Sen tor Heyburn H rn of Idaiho I ibo Is ill at atStoneleigh I j jStoneieigh
Stoneieigh Stonelelgh Court tourt ourt with a mild attack of I I 1appendicitis InppeluUc1Us IaPPelidicitis
appendicitis He Is attended by Dr W wLMastcrs J JL
L LMastcrs Masterson n This morning it was waslearned waslearned j jlearned
learned that that an a operation will probably probablrnot probablynot j jnot
not be necessary necessaryThe necessar necessarThenttack
The Thenttack attack came cam on Senator Heyburn H yburn yburnI i iwhile
while hlle he was 8S0n 5 on his way to Washington Vnshlngtonirom t tfrom
from New ew York two twodars days ago a O As soon soonitS j jas
as Is his train arrived at the railroad sta station station j jcab
tion Senator He Heyburn burn was placed laced In n acab I Iab
cab < ab and an driven drlvcl1to to Stonelesgh Court Courtvhfre Courtvh
where vh e he has an n apartment apartmentUpon npnrtmentlpon apartmentUpors
Upon examination Dr Masterson Mastersondiagnosed 3astersondiagijosed tQstersondingIosEd
diagnosed his case cns as appendicitis At Atthe Atthe Atthe
the time the physician could not say sayhow sa sahowserlous sayhow
how howserlous serious the attack Was M but the de developments developments ¬
velopments indicate indlc t that there is no nodanger nolanger
danger Senator Heyburn expects ep cts to be beput beIut beQut
put Iut of bed in Ina a da or two twoIMPROVEMENT twoSUBURBAN
SUBURBAN SEWER SEWERIMPROVEMENT
IMPROVEMENT NEEDS NEEDSSuperintendent NEEDSSupc
Superintendent Supc t1tendent McComb Makes Plain PlainHis PlainHis PlainHis
His Policy and Recommends the theNecessary theNecessary theNecessary
Necessary Appropriation AppropriationIf
s
If 1 Superintendent McComb of the theSewer theSewer
Sewer Department can secure the nec necessary necessary ¬
essary appropriation he intends to tomake tomake
make many man sewer Improvements In Insuburban Insuburban insuburban
suburban sections of Washington WashingtonThis YashlngtonThis
This policy he clearly c1ead indicated in his hisannual hisannual hisannual
annual report and estimates to the theCommissioners theCommissioners theCommissioners
Commissioners He recommends an ap appropriation appropriation ¬
propriation of 158000 to complete the theArizona theArIzona theArizona
Arizona avenue sewer system s 8tem This Thiswork Thiswork Tinswork
work It will be remembered was begun begunIn begunin
I In 1901 and was dropped In the early earlypart earl earlpart earlypart
part of 1503 after 100000 had been ex expended cxpended
pended Mr McComb estimates that thatIt thatIt thaiit I
It will take 188000 to complete the thework thework thtwork
work workHe workHe I
He says that this amount will com complete complete ¬
plete the upper trunk section between betweenTunlaw betweenTunlaw betweerTunlaw 1
Tunlaw road and Tenleytown TenleytownAn TenletownAn
An appropriation of W 30000 50000 > OOO Is asked for forthe forthe fol folthe
the construction of a trunk sewer in Ivy IvyCity I ICIt Iv IvCity
City CityThe CIt CityThe
CItThe
The superintendent asks for 0353850 0353850to 635S35to
to complete the sewage pumping sta station statlon ¬
tion There is a decrease of 4000 In the theamount theamount thi thiamount S
amount asked for cleaning and repairing repairingsewers repairingsewers repairintsewers
sewers and basins For this work Mr MrMcComb MrMcComb MrMcComb
McComb requests an appropriation of of3SOOO 01 010oo
3SOOO 3SOOOCOSTELLO 0oo
DIED InEDCOSTErWon
COSTELLO COSTErWon COSTEtLOOrfThursdsy Or Thursday September 28 28at 28At 23at i
at Georgetown TJnHersIty 1nhersltyHollpltaJ Hospital MAR MARGARET MARGARET rAR rARGARET ¬
GARET beloved belo wfo of Michael V Cos Costello CosIn Contello
tello In the nttynrnth nr3 < nnth year of her l1erage l1erageFun age ageFuneral ageruneml
Funeral Fun ral from her avte te residence 1215 121 North NorthCapitol NortiCapitol orth orthCapitol
Capitol street on Monday October 2 at atJ a
9 J a n m Thence to St Aloyalus Church Churchwhere Churchwhere ChurchC
where a reQuiem mass will wlUbe be said Bl1ldtol for UNJ UNJrepose th threpose C
repose reposQot of o her soul FrIends and relatlvetJii relatlvetJiivlted relaUv aJh aJhI Litnvited
vlted to toattend toattendlOIIMAROn intend MsrSt MsrStLOHMAR M2r8tIoUMARon
LOHMAR IoUMARon On Friday Irlda September S tember 2 2912JI 2912JIat 1 1At 19JV3 19JV3at
at 9 9Jian a mr NELLIE ELrlE MAY LOHMARtnee LOHMARtneeRichardson LOHMAPofneeRlchard8onbeloe LOHMA1neRichatdson
Richardson Rlchard8onbeloe beloved wife of William uUiU Tjoh r Lohmar Tjohinar h hmar
mar Jr JrNotice jroUce irNotice
Notice oUce of funeral hereafter se23St se23StHORXE se29tHOR ne2il3tIIORNEOa
HORXE HOR IIORNEOa EOn On Thursday September 28 1905 1905FANNIE 1005FNNIE 190ZFANNIE
FANNIE M or HORNE nee Dalton beloved belocdwife belovedwife beloscwife
wife of J T W V Home HomeFuneral Homeoun6ral HomeFuntral
Funeral Saturday September 30 at 10 a am tIm a ae
m from her late residence C12 12 Spruce Sprucestreet Sprucestreet Sprucstreet e
street northwet Interment private It ItDEATH ItDEATH ItDEATH
DEATH RECORD RECORDThe RECORDThe RECORDThe
The following deaths were reported report d to tothe tothe t tthe
the Health Department within the last lasttwentyfour lasttwenttour Ian Iantwentyfour
twentyfour hours hoursBovirs hoursBo hoursBo1nsi
Bovirs Bo rs Harriet L 04 I 123 G st nw nwCarroll n nCarroU meCarroli
Carroll Arthur B 25 2 > 11 North court courtChamphor courtChcunphor courtChamphor
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Johnson Tohn on Joshua 65 Freedmans Hospital HospitalMills HspltalIlls HcspitalMills
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1l dressy Fall and Winter Suit Suitings Suitings ¬
5 ings at 15 In the first firstplace firstplace firstplace
place all our Worsteds are areGUARANTEED areGUARANTEED areGUARANTEED
GUARANTEED ALL ALLWOOL
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Tn4 are made up in the latest and andmost andmost
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Sultan S ultan ltan of Sulu was presented prc5 1teel to jSliss jSlissAlice i1ins i1insAlice I
Alice Roosevelt by b the potentate at atMalabang atMal2bangl atMalabanP
Malabang Mal2bangl P L J and lit Made ma e the pres presentation presntation ¬ I Ientation
entation e J b bpause pause aU8e lie thought thou ht he had hadbeen iadeen 1
been b een outdone in courtesy courtcs by ba a rival rivaltribal rivalribal i
tribal t ruler The Sultan tore the ring ringfrom rln ringront I
from f ront hfs finger and m offered It to Miss MissRoosevelt MissRoosevelt j jRoosevelt
Roosevelt Her refusal would have havemeant havemennt haremeant
meant offense to the Oriental monarch monarchso j jso
so s o she hc gratefully accepted ttcceptedthc the gift giftTcld giftTeLl ift iftTc1d
TeLl by Taft Party PartyMembers PartyMembers i illembers
Members of the Taft party party who ar arrived a aricd arived ¬
rived r here l1 re tell of the lh Incident and an d add addthat addhat
that t hat the daughter or 0 = the President Presl ental entalm08t al almost almost ¬ I
most became bec me the innocent cause cam e of a atribal atribal aribal
tribal t war warWhen warYhen warVhen
When the Taft party arrived arrh el at Main Malabanthe Mainang rala ralaban
banthe ban b ang the Sultan took great care that the theparty tbepart thearty
party part p arty was properly entertained The Theand Thetrlbcsmln Theribesmen
pa trlbcsmln t pt gave an exhibition of sports sportsand sportsnd
and a nd ganiec and an the Sultan was dressed dressedfor dressedfor dressedor
for f or the occasion in a suit of American Americanclothes Americanlothes I IcJOth
clothes cJOth c 5 In the evening he appeared in inhis inhis inis
his h is full royal regalia and nd presented Miss MissRoosevelt 1S8RQoseeItwith MissR
Roosevelt RQoseeItwith R osevelt with several splendidly em embossed emboss emossed ¬
bossed boss b bolos spears and krisses l Miss MissRoosevelt Missoosevelt lss lssRoosevelt
Roosevelt R seemed greatly pleased pleasedRival pleasedRival pleasedival
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and a nd with much ceremony offered a astring astring atring
ao string as of pearls as his gift The gift giftof gUtot giftf
of o f Jokanin Jot anin seemed to please Miss liss Roose Roosevelt Rooseyelt Rooseelt ¬
velt v elt more than the spears and bolos bolosand bolosand bolosnd
and a nd she danced anc tI away awa to show the thepearls thePelrls theearls
pearls p earls to her friends The Sultan fairly fairlysnarled fairlysn1rl faIrlynarled
snarled s sn1rl d at his rival and strode to Miss MissRoosevelt MissRoosevelt MlssRlJoseelt
Roosevelt He made a low obeisance obeisanceand obeisancerid I Id Ih Ie Ia Icri
and a rid d then e offered the h gold circlet clct that thathe thathe
he had h taken a cri from his IHg flnirer flnirerMiss inerMiss t tl1lsJ
Miss Roosevelts smiles seemed seeme to tobrush tobrush tobrush
brush away his rage for he cast a asidelong asidelong aidelong
sidelong s glance glnnr > e of superiority superl rity at the thehated thehated th thhated
hated Jokanin JokaninJusi JokaninrJust
rJust Jusi Two woMore More Days ofthe of ofihe ofthe
the Anniversary Sale SaleGet SaleGet SaleGet
Get in today and take ad advantage advantage advantage ¬
vantage of the many good goodthings goodthings goodthings
things were offering offeringA
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and Arm Bags BagsHave BagsHave Bagsrave
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Bag Its It quite popular popularhis this bis sea scauon IIcaJOlour seasonout
uon JOlour our own Importation importationan = portat10lal an ex exclusive exclusive cxclusive ¬
clusive novelty with us In all allshades allshades nilshades
shades of leathers leathersvery very dainty daintyand 4n1ntJrand daintyand
and dressy 10 per cent ceh off mark marked marked marked ¬
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are re to be found the Vanity En Envelope Envelope Envelopo ¬
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d1 distinctive t1nct1ve patterns 10 per cent centoff centot centmarked
off ot marked prices 4urin during this Bale BaleWe sleWe saleWe
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consummate care exercised in inbrewing inbrewing inbrewing
brewing it itFinest itFinest I IFinest
Finest malt imported Bo Bohemian Bohemian Bohemian ¬
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I ti I ter One of the daintiest daintiestprettiest daintiestQ
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the lot at a price that makes an unusual bargain bargainpossible bargainpossible bargaInl
I f e possible Oak Costumer substantially made madeand madeand madet
t and nicely polished Six hat prongs well wellhnccd welli f p pbraced c cij
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SPECIAL NOTICES NOTICESI
I BEG TO ANNOUNCE to the public publicthat imbUethat jjubllcthat
that the late firm of Forsberg l < orsberg Murray Murrayhaving Murrayhaving MurraYhaving
having been dissolved disolvedbY by the death of ofHelge oCHelge ofHelge
Helge G Forsberg and the business af affairs affairs affairs ¬
fairs thereof settled settle I am now now engaged engagedIn
In I n conducting the tbebusln business s of f machinist machinistand machinistnn machinistand
and nn engineer at No o 718 lS 13th st north northwest northest northwest ¬
west est In this city where I shall be bepleased bepleased bepleased
pleased to serve those who may need needmy needmY needmy
my service In my line of business W WJ WJ
J MURRAY Formerly l < ormerl of Foraberg ForabergMurray Fors ForabergMurray erg ergMurrn
Murray Murrn se292t se292tIMPERATIVE sc92tDrPERATIVE se29ZtIMPERATIVE
IMPERATIVE notice to advertisers advertisersSpace advertisersSpace advertisersSpace
Space In the Belasco Theater Program it itnow 1anCi Isnow
now nCi for or sale Tho handsomest ever pro produced produced ¬
duced tI1 ed here a a veritable edition de d laze luxeSize lazeSize
Size limited to the highclass respon responsible resJ responsusie > on onslbl ¬
susie slbl advertisers only no others desired desiredGuaranteed desiredGuartnteed
Guaranteed circulation Theater will willplay wUlI willplay
play pIa the greatest attractions In America Americaund Annerlciand t
and audiences will be immense and elite eliteRepresentative eUteRepresentaUe eliteRepresentative
Representative will 111 call and explain explainrates explainrates
rates Address Addr ss BELASCO THEATER THEATERPROGRAM THEArERPROGRAM
PROGRAM CO Davidson bldg city cityl cityse292t
se232t se232tTHE se29 se292tTIlE t tTHE
THE CORCORAN GALLERY OF ART ARTi ARTI ARTwnll
will reopen to the th c public on week day dayon d days dayson aya
on Monday MondD October Octo r 2 1905 F B Mc McGUIRE McG1T1RE
GTT1RE Director se2S5t se2StIDESLRE
1 IDESLRE DESIRE TO O ANNOUNCE to the pub publie publie pubIii
lie Iii that having purchased the interest interestof
of Wm m J Murray In the property and andeffects andeffects andeffects
effects of the late firm of if Forsberic 1orsber A AMurray I IMurray
Murray 1 rray machinists machlnis 3 and engineers engin crS I Ishall Ishall
shall continue the conduct of the same samebusiness 5a1D8htsln ajne ajnebusiness
business htsln s with new and additional tea features Teatarts ¬
lures at the old stands works and andwharf andwharf1
wharf Eighth and Water streets south southwest so southwent tli tliwe3ti ¬
west we3ti office Thirteenth and F Fstreeta FstreetanorthwesL street streetnorthwest streetanorthwest
northwest All debts due the old lc firm firmare ffrmare
are payable to me and I will pay p y all alldebts alldebts
debts owed by b the late firm Former Formerpatrons Formerpatrons
patrons are thanked 1 for their patron patronage patronlse patronage ¬
age and a continuance of such patron patronage patznnage ¬
age Is solicited My personal attention attentionwill attentlolwUl attentionwhll
will be given to all business Intrusted Intrustedto
to me Telephones M 731 and 3 lI7U lI7Unlsht M > I 742 742night 742night
night call M 1237 R G W V FORSBERG FORSBERGi FORSBERGlate FORSBERGlate
late with Forsberg Murray Murra se23itTHE se284tTHE se23it selS4tTIlE
THE COMMISSIONERS of Pharmacy Pharmacywill PharmacyYflI Pharmacywill
will YflI hold an examination for registra registration re1strsbon egistration ¬
tion MONDAY 10 TA OCTOBER 9 9t 1905 190 9 9a a aCandidates am a am
m at National C College lIegc o of rharmacy rharmacyCandidates Iharrnacy IharrnacyCandidates
Candidates must have their applica applications appl1caUons applications ¬
tions together with the fee filed with withHENRY withthe withthe
the secretary before October 2905 2905HEXRY 2 1 1HENRY
HENRY A JOHNSTON Phar D Sec Secretary Secretal Seeretary ¬
retary retal 1221 New Jersey Jerse avenue north northwest norlhwest norikwest ¬
west se2 sezat sezatLEGAL t tLEGAL
LEGAL LEG LEGAL L NOTICE NOTICETO NQTICE NQTICETO NOTICETO
TO THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE 1K 1KTERXATIONAL nlTERXArIOAL INTERNATIONAL
TERXATIONAL OIL AND MIXING 1dL1NGCO 1dL1NGCOXoUce CO COXotlce 4 4Notice
Notice Is hereby given that a a meeting of o th thstockholders the 11181Itockholders thestocitholders
stockholders of the abovenamed corpprstlon corpprstlonia
ia called to meet at No 455 E 46t 1 t st st Chi Chicago CblcalO Chicairo ¬
cairo Ill at 10 OCLOCK A A M IL L On onOC onOCTOBER OC OCTOBER 00TOBER ¬
TOBER 25 1905 for the purpose ot reducln reduclnthe reduclnz reduclnzthe reduciaxthe
the capital stock of said corporation from fromS15COOOO frlM
51500000 to S250OCO S250OCOE 230i0C0H roOC
E 1 C KENTON President PresidentR
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Is a n condition that causes discomfort In Incontinued Incontinued incontinued
continued readlnc Ieadlnlor or ° r writing A A A person personmight penronmight prrsoumight
might see well and yet oafs u us effort effortREST eftortFEST effortREST
REST GLASSES GLASSESAre GLASSESArt
Are the t f r rrrdy fd fdh Ic requires experience experienceand e experienceand rlencc rlenccnnd
and sour s < Ul knowledge noredg6to to prescribe p oibe such suchglasses suChJ111SS sudhglasses
glasses J111SS 5 ana ro it they are not correct they theydo theydo theydo
do more harm than good Come and andsee andsee andsee
see me without itbout obligation to buy buyKINSMAN bu buKINSMAN buyKINSMAN
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