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I T partl Partly cloudy tomorrow today a arid aridtomorrow nd lir ti a ftingtan 1 rime A erf erfNUMBER i f FIVE FIVESECTION5 FIVESECTION5HFTYlEOUR HFTYlEOUR FIFTY T TNUMBER < SECTIONS FOUA T PAGES PAGESWASHINGTON
NUMBER 4144 WASHINGTON r T SUNDAY SUNDJ Y OC7 OCTOBER OI3EIL 15 1905 PRICE FIVE CENTS
NAHRANT ISSUED ISSUEDFOR ISSUEDFOR
FOR W S St HANCOCK HANCOCKAT HANCOCKr HANCOCKCharged
ATHWTTSVILLE ATHWTTSVILLECharged AT HYATTSVlllE HYATTSVlllECharged
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Charged as Accessory AccessoryAfter AccessoryAer AccessoryAfter
After Fact in ioDeath m Death of ofEmma ofEmma f flnma
Emma lnma Smallwood SmallwoodGUARDSSURROUNDHOME SnlallwoodGUARDSSURROUND Small WOOd WOOdGUARDS
GUARDS GUARDSSURROUNDHOME GUARDSSURROUNDHOMEOfficials GUARDSSURROUND SURRO UND HOME HOMEffi HOMEOfficials
Officials ffi aIs to Make Mak Arrest ArrestdaY To Today TofayFo T ¬
day fayFo Foreman e an of of Jury JuyTakes JuryTakes Ju y yTakeskInitiati
Takes TakeskInitiati Initiative InitiativeA I ii tiative tiativeA v vA e
A warrant was issued last night for forthe tort1 fo fot r
the t1 t i arrest of Wlnrield VIntteldScott Scott Hancock Hancockcharging Hancockchnri1ghim Hancockcharging
charging chnri1ghim him with being an an accessory accessoryafter acce r ra1Jer
after after a1Jer the fact in In the case of the death deathor deathor deathor
or or Emma EmmnSmallwood Smallwood the th domestic d direr tlzn tlznployedIn i cm etaployed4n cmployed
ployed ployedIn In the house of of Hancocks HancO cks father fatherol
Col ol John Hancock Hancock H ncock near near ear Hyattsville HyattsvilleMil
Mil MilJrThe Md
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JrThe Th The warrant irrant will be served this morn morning morn1 morn1jo morning ¬
ing jo Guards kept vigil around the Ban I an ancpck
cpck cock c1t home ho e all last night to prevent any anypossible nnyposslbl anyiiosstble
possible escape escapeo of the man named in the thecase thecasc thecase
case caseThe cascT case caseThe
The T 1e instrument was secured securedby secured by John JohnF JohnHIckey Joh JohP n
F HIckey foreman toremnnot of the coroners coronersJury coronersJ coronersjury
Jury J r on evidence adduced late last lastnight lastrl4rt lastrlght
night Coroner Arthur Arthur Carr Issued the thepaper
paper paper acid and a d I placed > lacM it in the hands of ofConstable otGonst o oConstable
Constable Gonst llleT TH T H L GarrisonThe Garrison GarrisonThe GarrisonThe
The evidence e ldence upon which the warrant warrantwas warmntwas warrantwas
was was Issued came ame chiefly cttle y from Dr Guytit Guy GuyV Guy GuyyLattrme
tit V yLattrme Lattimer the physician who Who v hQ j per performed er erto e eformedthe r ¬
formed to formedthe mcdthe the autopsy on the dead woman womanFjIday woman womanddny woma n
FjIday ddny His Hisreport report ret > ort was made to th thforeman the theforeman theforeman e
foreman foreman of of the Jury yesterday yesten y after afternoon attern afte aftenoon ¬
noon n n In lathe the report he claimed clalm d that beond be beyond beyond ¬
yond ond doubt d ubt the victim died in the Han Hancock Hancode Hancock ¬
cock house The physical condition of ofth ofth o othh f
thh th r woinari woman o n i he maintained would would not nothave notI1ave no nohave t
have permitted of her walking a dis distance dIstance distance ¬
tance or ten feet for at least forty fortyeight fortyeight
eight Ight hours prior to the time it It was wasclaimed wasclaimed w wclaimed as
claimed she died diedDied dIedDied diedDied
Died in Agony Agonyk AgonyThe AgonyThe AgonyThe
k The condition cO condition d1tIOII of of otthe the body gave practi practically ¬
tally cally lIrcori conclusive l h evidence that tliatthe the wom woman wont wontan om omI ¬
an had I d suffered suffered f r 4 much uch jaJaj beZorehe biff > ore oJ he her r
death dCfUC deatj1 Z y Her hair hair was matVedVjinil matteihan Her 00 00t
freaturesdlstieased features t eSdJs distressed eS8ed Theogm The 11 joojn iPci in which whichshe w whic whicshe Ich Ichs h
she s e was was as found 1oU found 1dglV gave no no eyfdence evidence t1 that t it i t
had been iJeen beeIJ vacant vacant vacan 1 for or hg the hp perjod Miss v11s s
Smafi S Smallwocd aUwocd wood Is salleed alleged to t to have av ftfeh b been nah alK alKsenf a agenie b
senf 8 genie geniefront nf from the house housePhysicians house housePhysicians housePhysicians >
Physicians Concur ConcurIn ConcurIn ConcurIn
In all other respects Dr LattImer concups con concure conu
cure cups u > with the he opinion opInlonot of Dr Glazebrook Glazebrookwhom Glaz GItzebrookwhom brook brookwhOm
whom whom he called to toassl8t assist him in making makingthe Makin Makinthe s
the the 1ieaulopsy autopsy Friday Frldaattemoon afternoon It was wasthe wasthe w
the the opinion of both physicians that a aoperation an anoperation anoperation
operation had been performed un th thwoman the thewoman the theWoman e
woman woman between the hours of Iz i noo nooand noon noonand noon noonnd n
and nd 6 oclock Monday ondayatterrtoon afternoon where whereand whereand wherand
and by b whom the operation o > eraUon was vas per performed performed ¬
formed 1 formed rmed the evidence gathered so far has hasfailed ha hafailed S
failed i failed 1led to to establish establishIt establishHIs establishit
It HIs is Is claimed 1a1med by b many man of the citizens citizensat cItizensat citize citizeat
at Hyattsville that hat they can establish establishthe establishtlae establtahe h
the fact that th t the he Snjallwood woman wom311and wom311andWInfield an anWinfleld and andtVlnfleld
tVlnfleld Scott Hancock Hanc Hancock ck were seen seen leav leaving leavIng leavins ¬
ing ins the th Hancock house Monday fore forenoon for fornoon ¬
noon nooli noon going Jtolngln in the Qjr direction thm of orn a wood woodshed woodijcd ¬
abed shed ijcd which Is some distance distance tance away Thi Thithe This ThisIs S
Is the last time anyone anyons ssvr w the woman womanalive woman1ive womaalive
alive 1ive I IDoctors
Doctors Statement StatementOn
T On the postmortem examination of ofthe ofthe o f
the the remains Dr Lattlmer said that the thestomach theom th thstomach e
stomach stomach om h of of the woman showed no signs signsof signsof sign s
of of her having taken any food forleast for ac acleast atleast a t
least twentyfour hours before b tore she died diedThe diedThe dle dleThe d
The physical condition of oCthe the victim victimwas victi victiwas vlctlmwas de
was was such as made it impossible for her herto herohae h hto e r
to ohae have walked half a a mile the distance distanceshe dlstanl dlstanlshe distanshe r
she would necessarily have had to trav travel travel tra trael ¬
el to reach the th Hancock home under undertho undertho and andthe r
tho circumstances circumstances alleged allegedDr allecedDr aUecedDr
Dr Lattlmer was the first person personvisit to tovisit tovlslt o
visit the deathbed of the Smallwo SmallwoWoman Smallwood SmallwoodWoman SmnJlwoodoman e d
Woman oman who took cognizance of the eur eurfbundlngs surfDundln su suflbundings r
fDundln fbundlngs He called at the house about abo u t
7 oclock Friday Frida morning and Immedi Immediately Immec1latclybecame Immedatelybecame t ¬
atclybecame ately became convinced that all was not notas no noas n nas
as had been claimed about the sudden suddendeath Budd Budddeath sud en endC3th e n
death Strewn around the floor tloorwere tloorwerethe we were werethe e
wet
the unsmoked parts of cigarettes cigaretteswoman the thewoman t11eoman t h e
woman oman was as purging pur fngtrom from the th mouth mouthand mouthand rnout rnoutand h
and the body was but partly pl1rtJ dressedthe dressed dressedthe rcssed rcssedthe
the dress consisting of a dark aS 5 snot t and anda a aa n d
a JIght ght kimono waist waI t She woreshoes wore no noshoes 10shoes o
shoes shoes as would have been expected of dr drperson t a aperson aperson
person who died dle < within fifteen minutes minutesafter mlnuteiafter minuteafter s
after after entering ent rIng the house house supposedly in instreet 1nstreet f fstreet n
street dress dressThis dressrhls dressPhis
This evidence Is a direct contrast with withthat wIthtlult wit witthat h
that alleged to have been b cn given by b Mr MrMackall Mrs MrsMackall rs rsl1tckall s
sIt
Mackall and Wlnfleld Scott Hancocwhen Hancock Hancockwhen Hancoclwhen It
when they were first questioned about aboutthe aboutthe abo abothe ut
the circumstances surrounding the thewomans thev th thwomans e
womans womans v mans death deathStates denthStates deathStates
States Attorney Attorn A T Magruder has hasIssued hasissued ha haIssued s
Issued instructions to Constable Barr to tokeep tokeep t tkeep o
keep In n close touch with the evi evidence cvldence cv cvdente i ¬
dence that is s being collected collc ted and andready be beready e eready
ready to make an arrest at at a 41 t momentnotice moments momentsnotice momentlnotice
notice noticeMr noticeIr noticeifr
Mr ifr Ir Barr said last night that he would wouldhoupe wouldmak won wonmake d
mak make u thorough inspection oC the thehoufC t thouse he
house and surroundings today in com company comj conpiny ¬
piny j pany ny with some som of the jurors The Thepeople Thepeople Ti Tipeople 1e
people of Hyattsville arc much wrought wroughtup wroughtup wrong wrongup ht
up up over over the affair and are are sparing sparingeffort no noeffort nOr r
effort r rt to fathom the tht mystery mysteryHancocks mY8terHancocks mysteryHancocks
Hancocks Are Excited ExcitedAt ExcitedAt ExcitedAt
At the Hancock home yesterday every everyone ever everne everone ¬
one ne was in a n high state of excitement excitementCol excitementCol excitemenCol t
Col John Hancock his wife his daug daugter daugh daughter daughte h ¬
ter te Mrs Ins Mackall and a n niece Mrs MrsCook Mr MrCookall rS rSh s
Cook Cookall h knIl all scouted the theory that the thewoman thoman it ittti to
woman tti bman man was as dead at least thirtysix thirtysixhours thlrtydxhours thlrtys thlrtyshours ix
hours before they reported it They Theyare Theyarefirm They n ntfrm are arefirm re
firm in their statements that the w wmatt wo woTnan woman o
man disappeared Monday and return returnThursday returneu returneuThursday returneuhursday eu
Thursday evening Ko o definite hour hourwhen hourVihen ho howhen ur
when she left or when she returned returnedcculd returnedcould return returnecuid ed
could be b ascertained ascertainedMrs ascertainedairs
Mrs Mackall alleges that when she sheleft s11e1dtUss si sileft 1e
left 1dtUss Mlas Smallwoou Smallwoowore wore a black skirt skirtand sldrtand ski skiand
and a blue shirt Whist aid n d that when whenthe whenthe wh whthe n
the woman returned on Thursday Thursda pis pisbetween night nightbetween nightbetweenthA
between betweenthA th the hours of 7 and an 0 I oclock oclockhe oclockhe o clot clotahe
ahe he and her brother helped h hupstalrs her herupstairs herupstalrs er
upstalrs and laid her on the bed be innd inndthat and andthat at atthat d
that she died within fifteen tteenmlnutes tteenmlnutesMnMaCka minutes minutesIfrs a
Ifrs MnMaCka 5 Mackall n also a lsoclnlmsthat claims that she port porty par partisY t
y tisY trm + sted d th tM woman after she he dlcC die d
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8eme en eme emjsdial ial LegisUtion L Legis > stioarby on o r byv Congrcssvtiif c Congress ni i a7ie a7ieSolution il CoKsunnnation bo o s I1ma lm of ofXrcaty Treaty > WithGreat WithGreatWill Witn y W ita Great GreatSolution GreatBritain I
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Theory TheoryWe TheoryWe Theoryhave Reciprocity ReciprocityWe WithUI With United it d States StatesI states statesr t tWe r
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We may m y have a busy session ses l n said siidSenator s saidSenator id idSenator I am considering the interests Inter sts oftrio of ofthe Ir
Senator enator Cullom of Illinois last night nightBut nightUBut nightBut the Cuban republic rather than those thoseof thoscBut thoseof I
UBut But I I do not think thh k it itm will willor m be so socrowded 50crowded eocrowded of the he United States in opposing oppo lng the thetreaty Utecrowded lifetreaty r Y
crowded with matters or first import importance Importi importance ¬ l I fwith
treaty Cuba is s preparing to negotiate negotiatewith negotfatewith 3 F f fshe
i ance as now seems seems to be the generalopinion general generalopinion generalopnlon
I opinion opinionOf opnlonUOt e with Great Britain The consumma consummation consummaUOt consumma consummation ¬
UOt Of course the thewe first matter which whichwe whichwe tion of that that treaty will not hurt this thiscountry thIswe thIscountry thiscountry I
consider rfiZ1ERY f ll RY The WI IYlR Y RI it Y blcY blcYdentwlll
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we will wUlconslder 111 consider and the one the Presi Presidentwill presldentwlll President ¬ country In any degree comparablewith comparable comparablewith comparablewith a x tea r rPOlJ
dentwill dent wU 1 put forward most prominently prominentlyin with the injury it will Infiict Intll t upon Cuba Cubaand Cubaindustries I Iand 8JlIffdffJE POlJ tJ R lJIJPHIlqC C L
in his message and which will take takeour takeour takeour a
to toour I
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and her t Industries IndustriesThis
our our best thought
will be the question questionof a3
This statement was made madeby yesterday yesterdayby yesterdayh estenIayby I
of railroad
o rate regulation regulationEveryone regulationUEverjone regulationEveryone la
era = by a high t official of t the State
IepartI IepartIment
Depart Department Departmeat
UEverjone Everyone knows n where e I standon stand standon standon hoeffl lrs ¬
with proposition on ot ith that tha the President proposition he is now and urging I lam was wasproposition am amwith so sostrenu sostrenuously sobefore with heartily heartilywith heartilywith strenu strenuously strenuously the theproposition ¬ I ment the Continuing n pending in the this AngloCuban course course official of a said saidJust saidJust discussion trade s treaty tretlt tretltContInuing na of ofthe otthe oftrio 3i 3iproposition i iJust RAC RACE E fO fOR R TRO TROPHY TROPHYI P HY
ously before he espoused it itMy 1tlY itposition Just a aIn New Sensation SensationIn SensationuIn Sensationously
My lY position as chairman of the Com Committee Committee Committee ¬ uIn In the negotiation of a treaty with witha wIthaStcat withpower 4 s A a
mittee on on Interstate Commerce Commerceheld now nowheld no noheld a aStcat an great power like England Cuba is isexperiencing fsexperfencing I I IN INRECORD N RECORD TIME r K fez fezMy
held by b Senator Elkins gave me an aninsight anInsIght a ainto n experiencing an unaccustomed sensa sensation sense sensatlon senselion ¬ 5 S t
insight Into the question Last sum summer sum sumI sumIer ¬ lion She feels t els the delight < < of ota a child childwith childwith I
mar er 1 attended d all the hearings and andadded andadded an d with a new neY new w toy to Should the treaty
added much to my m store of Information InformationI be finally ratified ratified r she will find thatn that thatsatisfaction thatsatistlncUon
I am but confirmed in the position positionI n satisfaction about all she has gained gainedCuba gaInedUCubage gainedn Hemery He HemelYBeath ll e ry Wins W InS Cup C up With WithI WithHeath 1 S w 5 5w r A AWins <
I have always taken that there can canbe cnnbe ca cabe n Cuba UCubage gets ge nothing by b this conven conven conve convetIon ¬
be valuable remedial legislation by th thCongress the theCongress theCongress e tion except cxc Pt the satisfaction satisra satisfaction tlon n of having havIngmade I Heath H ea tl lOSe Close Cl Second SecondLANCIA S SecondLANCIA SecondLANCIA econ d
Congress made a treaty treat but she will will be wanting wantingan wnntingReady
Ready for Work WorkSenator WorkSenator WorkSenator an extension of the reciprocity rcClprocit treaty treatyjvith treatyI
Senator Cullom expects to visit his hisoffice hisom h hoffice s I pires jvith pt tith th the under United a a fiveyear States limitation which soon That Thatquestion Thatbe ex expires ¬ i iI i iplres LANCIA MET WITH WIT H BAD LUCK LUCKWas LUCKWas LUCKWas Fri a
office om in insession the
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up upthe upthe question cannot ca not
be postponed
I postponed beyond beyondnext beo d I
the preparatory work of the coming comingsession comingsession comin cominof
or g next year ear If In n the meantime Cuba Cubamakes Cu CUbamakes Cubamakes a
session of Congress He finds the pres pressure presliure ¬ makes this British
sure so great here 11 re that he will be b un unable unable ¬ I be b able to obtain as treaty good she terms will from fromn not Was Covering Course at atGait Ligh LighGait Li Lightning LightningGait nigm nigmNEW g htnin g gable
able to be present at the installatiothis installation installationthis Installationthis n the the United States Stat her ho nearest nearesta3 neighbor neighboras neghhOa3 Gait When He Collided With WithChristie Withthis WithCh WithAE1 v
this week of the new president of the theUniversity theUnlversft th thUniversity e a3 might otherwise ot erwlsG be the case caseReciprocity Christie Ch stie stieNEY 34 a
University Unlversft of Illinois IllinoisUntil IlUnohUntil IlllrtolFuntil
Until Reciprocity R ciprocity Is Necessary NecessaryAdvantageous Necessarv NecessaIfuAdvnntageous I i rirxMd e4 e ygYS Y i s r n X31 xa caws yL k SEaw v d t X + < 43 F sr4kna 2 yr r
now the Senator has been en engaged cnga cnga ¬ < sty 4t 1
saved ga cd In work connected with the great greatmarble sreatmarble Brea reat reatuAdvnntageous L Advantageous terms of commercial commercialintercourse commercfalIntercourse commercialthe
marble Senate office building which whIch th the theGovernment theIntercourse theGovernment e intercourse with the United Unft d States are areabsolutely arel arelabsolutely NEW AE1 r rmarble YOlRK YORK Oct OCdt oct 14 l HOnly Only touchln touching touchingabsolutely
eabsolutely absolutely essential the t1 1 high 1 g I h 1 places P aces and an sweeping
I Ipro8perit
Government Is s building near the theas Gspltolas C Capitol pltol phol pholas to the continued continuedprosperity over the theroads thero theroads
prosperity of Cuba roads ro ds as if his Car was W s attached atta hed
She to the
i cannot in inwealth int inwealth
as he Is one of the three members of ofthe otthe o othe grow I tall
the Senate committee wealth lth and national ntlon a I Importance J mpor t ance with without w without without i th ¬ of a comet comet and propelled propel ed by bysings thei theiwings the thewlng 1
having the that thatstructure thatstructure t
out them for to trade with wings ln of the th morning mornlngHcmery Hemery tho starof star starof Itarot
structure In n charge chargeThe chargeThe this country countryshe countryd countrygrit of ° f fThe the French rench Jil1ItTHWBOWAcJ hr WAtS cqN2rlNi1fJllLl1QR CO1ValNh 20 Rd l l7 1
team
she must look
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for The the Senator winter has in also become settled settledfor so sottledtor l1ed d ¬ her lor important Import nt products She will be bawls wise horsepower epower Darracq car won won > n the < he he heSenator sec secVeteran ¬ 1AtrliJRD
the house houS on Massa Massachusetts 1ru IassachuReUs n
chusetts avenue which he has as oc occupied occupied o c ¬
cupied every ever season almost since Ince he heentered heentered h hentered e
entered the Senate SenateDoubts SennteDoubts
Doubts as to Tariff TariffI
I very 1 much doubt whether there therewill therewill then e
will will be b legislation dealing with the tariff tariffquestion tariffquestion tart ff
question he said The disposition o othe of ofthe otthe fff f
the people In all parts of the country countryseems country countryseems eountr Y
seems tc ta be to let the question alone aloneConditions aloneConditions
Conditions In both city clt and country arc arosplendid arcsplendId ar e
splendid and no one is s looking for a alegl
legislation legl latlon program which will radically radicallyupset radIcallyupset radlcall y
upset them and give us a period of un uncertainty uncertainty uncertainty ¬
certainty and commercial doubt There rher C
is nd n great and crying cryln evil which tariff tariffleglslaticn tnrlnlellslatiun taxif t
leglslaticn could and should cure cureIt cUrCIt cureIt
It is possible we w will have to take takesome takesome tale c
some steps J > t J In the direction of enlarging cnlar lnJr g
I thci the powers given the President to deal dealwith dealwith al
with the foreign
powers with whom
our cu cutrade r
trade relations are getting Into
unsat unsa t ¬
I Isractor isfactory shape shapeI shapetor
tor I have In n mind our relations with wit I
Germany That country countr has Just adopt adopttem t
ed maximum n and minImum tariff tnrltr
led sy sys system s
tem It proposes to give us the maxl maxlmum max
I mum rates and other countries the mhc minI mlntmum minImum
mum unless we n c give some substantial substantialand substunUclnnd 1
and perhaps Impossible concussions to toher t thfr 1to 1
her In n the way wa of entrance into th this thiscountry thiscountry is
country If we had to deal WIth Gor Gormany Gormuny Go
many alone In this matter the matter matt
would be much simplified but we also al so
have to consider our vast trado rela rel L ¬
tions tlonswith with Great Britain BritainWo BrItaInW
Wo W have a l t trade with that country countx
which Is s far In excess of that with Ger Cie Ciemany r
many Great Gr ut Britain gives us entrance e
into her marts without
restriction restrictioncannot we wo woof
cannot give to Germany Gcrmar which I If not notnearly notneurly n of t
nearly so good 00 cod < 1 a customer what hat vc r
withhold from Great Britain who ly s
asking Dskln nothing of us It seems to be i
well established that the Senate S < mate will willnot wf11not w wnot til 1
not approve reciprocity rccJDrocItytrcaUes treaties
to retain the advantages > h that will
en enable ennble ¬
able her IH l to make such terms t < rms
1 Jt Is a understood un erstQod here that shatCuban Cuban op ¬
position to the British trealyls treaty Is steadily steadilyGrowlng
growing growingGRANITE GrowlngGRANITE
GRANITE SLAB OVER OVERDE OVERDE
DE FOREST POODLE POODLENEWPORT POODLENEwponT POODL E
NEWPORT Oct 14 HThere There Is erected erecteden
en the th lawn of the villa on Ochre Point Pointa
I a tombstone tombst ne to the French 1r < mch poodle of ofMrs ofMrs o f
Mrs George B De Forest which died diedlast diedlast die dielast d
last month monthThe monthTho monthThe
The dog dol was burled on the lawn at atthe atthe
the time and today the highly ll1gh1 polished polishedgranite polishedJranite polish polishgranite d
granite slab > lub 5 by b 4 feet was place placed placedover plucedovcr d
over the grave On the slab is the In Inscription Inscrfption inscriptton ¬
scription Nero De Forest died Sept
20 1905 1905WAGON 1905WAGON
WAGON COLLIDED WITH WITHPOLICEMANS WITHPOLICEMANS WITHPOLICEMANS
POLICEMANS BICYCLE BICYCLEWhite BICYCLEs
White hll Policeman Morris bicycle was wasstanding wnsstandIng wn s
standing near New Jersey avenue sown and andD undD an anD 1
D street northwest about 420 qclock qclockyesterday Qel9ckC qciocyesterday k
yesterday C t rday afternoon a horse attached to toa t o
a Merchants Transfer and Delivery Deliverywagon Denv ry rywgon y
wagon ln n charge of o Michael Connelly Connellyran Connellyrlln Connellyran
ran Into 1U Ii It The spokes and And rim of oCthe oCtherearwhccl ih the therear c
rear rearwhccl wheel was broken and and Morris MorrlHur MorrlHurr ur urrested axrested r
rested r St < < d the driver He was taken to th thSixth theSixth the theSixth e
Sixth precinct precinct where he afterward gave gavecollateral gavecQl1ateral gav e
collateral for his appearance In the thePolice t1 th e eloUc
Police loUc Court for trial tomorrow tomorrowG78OO
G78OO 7800 Round Trip to California Californiavia
via fa So Rv and So Pac Oct 160 liml limit lImk t
Nov No 20 0 Stopovers Berth JtidhS50 5350 without withoutchan t
change chan c A J JPoston Poston G A Sll Peavnw PaLave P uve uvenw c tc
nw TtS CS 115th 5th atdv l
second second second
ond race raeA for n the H Vanderbilt rnn hl1 Cup on Long
Island today covering the 283mllc course courseIn COurseIn
In 27G minutes S seconds or at the rate rateof rateot rateof
of sixtytwo Jni miles miles cs an hour hourGeorge hourGeorge hourGeorge
George Heath the American amateurwho amateur amateurwho amateurwho
who won w n the race last year ear took second secondplace seoondpl secondplace
place pl cc with a French Panhard car of
SOhoraepower being beaten for forfirst forfirst forfirst
first honors by the narrow narrow margin of
3 minutes 32 C seconds while last but butnot butnot butnot
not least Jose Tracy in a a90horse a90horsepower 90horse 90horsepower 90horsepower
power American A ellcan Locomoblle was third thirdonly thirdonly
only only U2 minutes behind the winner winnerTracy wInnerlrac winnerTracy
Tracy lrac covered the 2 2S3 miles In 29 296 9G
minutes 26 seconds or at the rate or
fiftyseven miles an hour hourLancia hourLanc
Lancia Lanc ll a Flyer FlyerTaat FlyerInst
Last year Heath averaged only fifty fiftymiles fiftymiles fiftytulles
miles an hour in in the first race r cetor for the theVanderbllt theVnnderbl1t
Vanderbilt Cup and the fastest time to today today today ¬
day Illustrates the progress of the mo motor motor motor ¬
tor car both here and abroad during duringthe duringthe duringthe
the past twelve months monthsFast monthsFast monthsFast
Fast as the winning cars proved provedthem provedthemselves them themselves themselves ¬
selves they th y seemed alow beside XAncla Tanciuin XAnclain LanClaIn
in his flying Flat car which for two twohundred twohundred
hundred miles averaged between seven seventy seventy seventy ¬
ty and andseYent seventytwo two miles an hour hourwhen hourhen
when hen an anuntortunate unfortunate collision with th the theChristie theChr1stle e
Christie car In next to the lost lap ruin ruined ruIned ¬
ed Its chances though at that Laiiela Laiielamanaged Land Landmanaged a
managed manuged to finish fourth only two min minutes mInutes ¬
utes behind Tracy TracyLiincitv rrac rracLancSt
Liincitv gave ac what was probably the themost themos
most mos wonderful exhibition of speed over overseen eerecn eve r
seen ecn In in a motor car race and some somu soinuld Idea IdeaOf IdE IdEo
Of Of o the pace he 111 was was traveling tra vcllng can be begathered beglthclcdtroin b bgathered e
gathered glthclcdtroin from the fact that he was wa > cov covConUnucd covContinued coyConttnued
Continued on Eleventh Elc E1eyenthPage tthP1s tthP1sPlenty Pace PacePlenty
r Plenty of o Lathak Latha 4 S SanlLI
F anlLI ank k Ilbbey Ltbbeq Y CoCUi Co 6th tll s 1it st tN tNa 1
a v Ad y yI
I
President Has Promised PromisedHis PromisedHis PromisedHis
His Aid for Jamestown Jamest aw
President Roosevelt has assured Harry HarrySt HarrySt
St George Tucker the new president presidentof
of the Jamestown Exposition E poslt1ot1 Company Companythat Compmythat Companythat
that he will do everything in n his power powerduring powerdurIn powerduring
during durIn the coming session of Congress Congressto
to have a goodsized appropriation made madefor madetor madefor
for the exposition proposed x > for for James Jamestown Jamestown Tamestown ¬
town Va in 1907 1907The 190iTho 1907The
The President promised Mr Tuck Tucker Tuckerthat r rthat
that he would mention the matter In Inhis InhIs inhis
his message to Congress and that hevvould he hewould
would do anything an thlng else in his power powerthrough powerthrough powerthrough
through the the winter It Is known that thatthe thatthe
the President has all along taken a agreat agreat l lgreat
great Interest Interest In the exposition Last Lastwinter LastwInter Lastwinter
winter he urged urge an appropriation such suchas suchas suchas
as the promoters of the exposition de desired desired dosired ¬
sired
Outlook Outloolc Brighter BrighterSince BrighterSince Brighterass
Since CQp3r Congress ass last l st session gave a asmall a asmall
small amount to t tfriends o the undertaking its itsfriends Itsfriends
friends have been b n despondent over the theoutlook theJut1ook theullook
outlook NOw N w comes tljeir t their ieir first ray of ofhope othope ofhope
hope The Presidents promise buoys buoysthem buosthem
them up considerable considerableIt
It Is not however taken tak n to mean thatthe that thatthe thatthe
the big appropriation appropriationcan can be regarded regardedas
as a foregone foregoneconeluslop conclusion It is remem remembered remem remembered remembered ¬
bered that the thePresderit President President will have his hishands lti3hands nighands
hands full in Inpersuadlnf in persuading Congress Con Ss to o dohis do dohis dohis
his wlirinmuch wl1nn will in much grayer braver matters matters thaiian thaiianappropriation th than rian riantlPPFOprla an anappropriation
tlPPFOprla appropriation cntor for an an exposition and it itJi itly
1 Ji also knottn known 1 11owntfuit that the possible P sslble conflict cont lct
between Congress and the Executive Executivemay Executhmay ve
may ma make his recommendation of little littleav Iitt Iittavail s e
av a avail = n
Far From ConfidentAnother Confident ConfidentAnother
Another obstacle in the way willthe will be bethe
the saving policy WIfc which the fesrlslat iegislAQwill > ra rawill s sm
will m follow this winter Altogether Altogethetherefore r
therefore the friends of the exposition expositionwhile expositionwhile exposittowhile n
while appreciating the Presidents help helpdo helpdo liel lieldo p
do not take an in entirely rosy rosyiew viewthe view of ofthe otthe
the situation situationThe sItuationThe situationThe
The bill asking for the appropriation appropriationwhich approprIationwhIch appropriatlowhich n
which will be put at several millions millionsdollars of ofdollars ofdollars
dollars will be Introduced near the b bginning be beginning beglnnIn ¬
ginning glnnIn of the session and from then thenuntil thenuntil th thuntil e n
until the close of the Congressional year yearthe ye yethe
the fight led by Representative Ma Manard May Maynard Maynard 1
nard of of the Jamestown district will willwaged be bewaged bewaged
waged hot and heavy heavyCannon hea heaCannon heavyCannon
Cannon in Way WaySpeaker WaySpeaker VaySpeaker
Speaker Cannon last year sat do dohard down downhard on onhard wn a
hard oh the Idea of giving a big app apppriation appro appropriation approIrlatlon ro ¬
priation for the exposition and it itknown is isknown 1sknown s
known that during durjn the coming comln session sessionhe sessionhe sessl sesslho on n
he will be more bore economic than everthe ever On Onthe OnUie a
the one hand Is the desire of the Presi President PresIdent Pre Predent st ¬
dent that the appropriation be granted grantedand grant grantand rantld rantldand ed I
and on the other is the Speakers deter determination determination det detmination ¬
mination to keep all appropriations en 3
down downThe downrhe downThe
The promoters of tho exposition expositionnet will willnpt wlllnptbe 1
net nptbe be surprised surprlsedIC if they have tobetx to tobe be cOIi cOIitc11t co > n ntent n
tent with a mere pittance from theatonal the Na National a ¬
atonal Treasury
DEMOCRATIC D SPLIT SPLITOVER SPLITFACES SPLITFACES
FACES MR HORMANOVER HORMAN QORMANMaryland
OVER AMENDMENT lEiffiSTMaryland AMENDMENTMaryland AMENDMENTryIand
Maryland MarylandOVER ryIand SenatorsFol SenatorsFolIoversBolt Senators Fol Followers Folo ¬
I lowers IoversBolt o vrs e Bolt at Disfran Disfranchisement Disfr Dis ran n nchisement
chisement Act ActMR ActMR ActTAR
MR M R BONAPARTES B 41 TAR IAP IAPLeads Tlr COUP COUPLeads CQUPI
I Leads Republican RepubIicanCan1Daign RepubIicanCan1Daigni Campaign Campaignin
i in uBossu Boss Rasins RasinsStronghold Rasinsi RasinsStronghold
i Stronghold StrongholdBALTIMORE
I
BALTIMORE Oct 1JSenator 14 Senator Gor Goz1tn311 Gorman
1tn311 man has h ssered served notice on life th local orr orrganizatlon o oI or organlzatton
ganizatlon leaders that party disciplinemust discipline disciplinemust dIsCIP 1ln8 1ln8must
I must be enforced He Is very verymuchcx verymuchcxcited much muchcx muchcxdted ex excited ¬
cited over the refusal of four tourot of the theward theward theward
ward executives cxecuti s to support the amend amendment amendi amendmeat ¬
i ment and at the conference held here hereTuesday hereI hereTuesday
I Tuesday Tu Sday insisted upon their thelrretlrcment thelrretlrcmentwithout retirementwithout retirement retirementwithout
without unnecessary unrcce35ar delay delayMr dela delaMr delayMr
Mr Kasin P sln who was was present was waasomewhat wassomewhat wassomewhat
somewhat surprised that Mr Gorman Gormanshould GOrmlUshould Gormanshould
should resort to extreme measures Nev Nevertheless Ke Kei Nevrtheless ¬
i ertheless e he promptly D omptly concurred nor did didhe didi didhe
i he offer 1er any objection ob ect1onwhQn whim It wasproposed was wasproposed as asproposed
proposed to Gprman G rDmu that the State StateCen StateCentral Cen Central Ceatml
tral committee c meet In Inextraordlnarr InextraordlnarrsessIon extraordinary extraordinarysession extraordinarysession
session and bounce the rebellious quar quartet quartel guartat ¬
tel
i Secret S ct Leaked Out OutThe OutThe OutThe
The fact that Chairman Vanoiver Van ler was wasto wasto
to 9 issue issu issue issuea a a a call to the members members of otthe otthecommIttee the thei thecommittee
commIttee was kept very quiet i theidea theideabeing i Idea Ideabcins
i being to keep k p the purpose hldtlen mowthat mow ICowthat Xowthat
that It has lea leaked ed out no further attempi at attempt att ¬
tempt t mpt at 1t concealment is s made made The Thsmen Th Thmen Themen
men who are to be disciplined disciplined Insist inslstthat inslstthatthey that thatthey thatthe
they the cannot be Interfered with they theyhaving theyhaving theyhaving
having been elected by the thpcoplc people butthe but butthe buti
i the point is made that th t the governing governingbody governIngi governingbody
i body of the party which created createtlt11e createtlt11eexecutives theexecutives the theexecutives
executives by providing how they the shall shallbe shallbe
i be chosen chosen has hasthe the authority authorft to remove removewhen remove removewhen remO 6 6I
I when charges of disloyalty are prefer preferred precrI preferred ¬
I red and proven provenAt provenAt
I At At any rate the State committee cQm tt e in intends Into in intends ¬
tends to exe exercise e crelgethlta3thorlty ctse that authority After Afterothers Afterothers oUterothers
others have been substituted for torthose torthosewho thosewho those thosewho
who were wereoustef1 were ousted It It Is mcra mora than likely likelythat Ukel Ukelthnt likelythat
that thepowers the powers heretofore 1eretotore conferredupaOthe conferred conferredup onr onrtM
up upaOthe Mnthe tM CItY ty committee mniUt e will1 wfli bt 1 > sr 6 curtailed curr currtailed cUr cUrtailed
tailed and the th conduct of the campaignbested campaign campaignVested campaignI
Vested etedn In the local members or ot the theState theState
I State commIttee This actIon would wouldI
I put former Congressman Husk Ruskchalr Ruskchalrman chairn chair chairman
man of the city committee out outo of bus business builnezs busfleas ¬
ness The latter has not measured up tipto upthe upto
to the requirements re < uIrementso of the office And Andbesides and andbesIdes
besides is suspected of being lukewarm lukewarmtoward lukewarmtoward lukewarmtoward
toward the amendmentGorman amendment amendmentGorman im < ndment ndmentGorman
Gorman Determined DeterminedIt
It looks very much as It 11 the whol wholorganization wholeorganIz whole wholsorganization
organIz organization t1bn In n the eft city Is disorganizedand disorganized disorganizedaad disorganIzeda
and a d unless something is s speedily donethe done donethe donetLE >
the disaffection may ml spread spreadanda spreadandacrushing and a acrushing a acrushing
crushing defeat follow tollo Realizing the thecritical thecritical thecritical
critical condition condltlono of the party here hereSenator hereSenator hereSenator
Senator Gorman insisted upon the theadoption the theadG theadoption
adoption adG > Uon of extreme measures measures Theres There ThereIs Th re reIs
Is s a n possibility that the boldness of ofthe otthe ofthe
the move may restore confidence eenfldence among amongthe amongthe amongthe
the rank and file who arms a much disgust disgusted disgusted disgusted ¬
ed with the straddling soo so characteris characteristic ¬
tic of the Democratic party of thisState this thiaState th1aState
State StateThe StateThe StateThe
The State committee may decide to togo to togo togo
go a step farther It may pass a a reso resolution reSolution resolotion ¬
lution calling upon every ee candidate for forlegislative forlegJslntlve forlegislative
legislative honors on the Democratic Democraticticket Democratictlcket Democraticticket
ticket to stand squarely squar lyupon upon the party partyplatform partynlattonn partynlatform
platform or surrender the nomination nominationThis nomInationsactlon nominationThis
This This sactlon action would be a aslnp1t slap at some of ofthe otthe ofthe
the local candidates who are averse to todefining todefining todefining
defining their position OsItion and who had decidedto de decided decided ¬
cidedto cided to remain upon Upon the fence ene ShaulU ShaulUany Shalltlny Shoitlli Shoitlliany
any ny of them conclude to pose as martyrs martyrsby martrsby martyrsby
by withdrawing from the ticket Uck t they theymay theymay theytray
may tray put the party inn In in a a mighty deep deephole deephole deephole
hole Should Should they stick and still stUlre stUlrefuse re refuse re refuse ¬
fuse to come come out in this open they will willbe w11lbe willbe
be marked men Indeed it is doubtful doubtfulwhether doubtfulwhether doubtfulwhether
whether the spellbinders spel1bind rS in their own ownparty ownpar1 ownparty
party par1 could ou1d give them a rest for the thethreat theUlreat thethreat
threat was made at the conference held heldthat heldthat heldthat
that the th candidate who skulked wouldbe would wouldbe wo ld ldbe
be pilloried pillorledS Senator nator Gorman is mad madclean IIl2dclean madclean
clean through because of local divisionsand divisions divisionsand dVislolUand
and he Is determined not to allow any anycandidate any anycandidate anycundldatra
candidate to profit at the expense of the theamendment theamendment theamendment
amendment Both win or both lose losehe losehe losehe
he Is reported reporte to have said saidRoasting 5aldRoasting
Roasting Rayner RaynerSenator RaynerSenator RaynerSenator
Senator Rayner is catchlngi catch 1g it from fromboth fromboth fromboth
both sides He is holding aloof from fromall tromall fromall
all conferences being afraid he may beobliged be baobliged beobliged
obliged to commit himself He has not notbeen notbeen not notbeen
been near ne r headquarters sInce the cam Cainpaign campaign cunpaln ¬
paign opened and rarely is seen on the ihastreets thestreets thestreets
streets The Democj Democrats ts In the counties countieshave countieshave ountieshave
have asked ask him to speak for them but butup tutup butup
up to to this time no no answer has hnsbcenre hnsbcenrecehed been been re received r ¬ =
tatted to any an invitation The regulars regularswho JCgularswho
who opposed his election to the Senate Senatesay S nate natesa
say sa they are not a bit surprised at his hisattitude hisuttltude hisattitude
attitude and quietly laugh at their col colleagues col colleagues colleagues ¬
leagues who supported his candidacy candidacyThese candlda candldaThese
These are sore Intensely intenseI so and It it may maiynot m y ynot
not be very long before they voice their theirdispleasure theirdispleasure their
displeasure displeasureThe displeasureThe
The Republicans view Jew with complacen complacency ¬
cy C the trou troubles troubles les of their opponents opponentsWhile opPonentshlle
While hlle the Democrats are endeavoring endeavoringto
to patch up their fences Ences Chairman ChairmanHanna ChairmanHanna
Hanna Is strengthening his They are aresoft aresoft
soft only In spots Southern Maryland Marylandis 1arlandIs Maryland Marylandis
is just now the only oul weak point and andhere 1 1d 1dhere
here the Republicans are concentrating concentratingtheir
r
their forces The city never never was in inbetter
better shape The Republicans say sa all allthe allthe allthe
the credit is I due Collector Stone who whosucceeded whosucceeded
succeeded In consolidating all the fac factions factions lactlons ¬
tions hitherto opposed to him by b giving givingthem givIngthem givingthem
them representation rep entat1on on the ticket There Th ro roIs
is no man in the State more confident confidentof
of defeating the th the amendment than the thecollector
collector A warm personal rsonal friend of orhis
his a Democrat recently visited him himofficIally
officIally and naturally naturall they the discussed discussedthe discussedthe
the political po tlcnl situation The Democrat Democratentured
ventured the opinion op Uon that thatthearnend thatthearnendment the amend amemlment
ment was gaining friends and he thought thoughtIt
it t would be adopted A hundred toj tOJfift
fifty fift It Thebeaten is beaten returned returned the co col t =
lector The J ts > c was pat taken tannThe ta n nrho
rho same degree of confidence seems seemsto seemsto seemsto
to permeate rmEate the rank and file but this

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