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6 Hfl r mm mmWASHTSTOTOiN
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NUMBER 4176 0 WASHINGTON SATURDAY EVENING G NOVEMBER 18 1905 t t PRICE ONE CENT CBNTt
c
FIVE LOCAL BILLS BILLSWILL BILLSWILL BILLSWILL
WILL BE PRESSED PRESSEDBuilding PRESSEDI PRESSEDbVITH
I WITH BIG FIGHT FIGHTBuilding FIGHTBuilding
Building Law Provision Provisionand ProvisionaQd Provisionand
and aQd Compulsory Edu Education Education Education ¬
cation Lead LeadJUVENILE LeadJUVENILE LeadJUVENILE
JUVENILE COURT ASKED ASKEDCommissioners ASKEDCommissioners ASKEDCommissioners
Commissioners See Babcock Babcockand Babcockand Babcockand
and McCleary McCl ary and Will WillHustle WillHustle WillHustle
Hustle HustleFive HustleFiVe HustleFive
Five measures 1n easu eaurei res of legislation ot great greatImportance greatImportnnce greatImportance
Importance to the people of the District Districtwill DistrIctm Districtwill
will m be b pushed with vigor by the Com Commlssloners Commlsal CornrnIsnIdner
mlsal mlssloners ners at the coming session of ofCongress otCongress ofCongress
Congress The five are included In a alist a al1st alist
list ot twentyfive to be presented present by bythe b bthe
the Commissioners CommissionersIt
It Is thought that a preference will be begiven begiven begiven
given to a law providing for the de destruction deetrucUon dostruct1o ¬
struction of unsanitary buildings In the theDistrict theDistrict theD1tr1ct
District and another anoth r to compulsory ed education 00ucatlon education ¬
ucation ucationla ucatlonIn ucationIn
In the opinion of the Commissioners Commissionersthe CommissionersThe
the destruction of unsanitary buildings buildingshas buIldingshas bu11dthg3has
has been a a long felt want as build buildIngs bulldInpno9V buildlnu
Ings Inpno9V now standing in certain sections sectionsof
of the city are ar not only unsightly but butare butare butare
are a menace to public health healthIfew healthNew healthNew
New School Law LawThe LawJhe LawThe
The movement for compulsory educa education education education ¬
tion has been presented to Congress and andurged andurged andurged
urged with considerable vigor at the last lastthree lastthreo lastthree
three sessions but did not gain much muchheadway muchhendway
headway until the short session of last lastMarch lastMarch lastMarch
March It failed then to pass but the thesetback thesetback thesetback
setback did net discourage Its friends friendsMany triendsMany friendsMany
Many influences It is said have been beenbrought beenbrought beenbrought
brought to bear in the meantime to urge urgethe urg urgethe
the passage passage of this law lawTh lawTh i
Th three ether laws la wsrcgarded regarded as of ofparamount ot1 ot1paramount ofparamount
paramount Importance by the Commis Commissioners Conunissioners ¬ I ItSloners
sioners are a pharmacy ph rmac law restricting I Ithe
the sale of poisons one ror the abate abatement abatement ¬
a
ment of nuisances and a law creating a ajuvenile ajuvenUe ajuvenile
juvenile court courtThe courtT11e courtThe
The balance htltU balnriceof e of the legislative meas measures measures rneatires ¬
ures to be b jfcsketl askedJor sked for are re11UM those which whichwere whichwere whIchwere
were left et over o r with the th unfinished unfinlSh d busi business 3ust 3ustness ust ustness ¬
ness o 00 thejast session reo seion of t Conseas coroiief co coSeallt Coiesienate TJie
Senate n nfl House ktouavIt e Dl3t3S6L3 DIs mSie mSiewill ttte ttteWIn
will vIt take them up up each according to ijac ijacimportance I Is s sImportance
importance to the District DistrictSuccess DistrictSuccess DistrictSuccess
Success Expected ExpectedIt
It Is now thought from the attitude of ofthe atthe ofthe
the Commissioners that much needed neededDistrict neededDistrIct neededDistrict
District legislation les1 latlon will be passed before
the coming session has advanced very
far farBoth
Both Representatives Babcock chair chairman chaJrman chairman ¬
man of the House District Committee Committeeand Committeeand Committeeand
and McCleary chairman cht rman of the District
Subcommittee on Annrnprlations ApprnDrlat1onsha4i ApprnDrlat1onsha4itaUed hare havacalled hareealled
called on the Commissioners Commi slonera in the pros present prosnt ¬
ent nt week to talk over matters of Dis ¬
trict legislation This coupled with
the t tie e expressed determination or Commis Commissioner Commlseloner Commtsdonor ¬ I
sioner donor Macfarland to urge the passage passageof passageof puasageof
of the foregoing measures is thought
to forecast the success succ s of the laws to
b be asked for forBAPTIST forBAPTIST
BAPTIST mm OUSTED OUSTEDAction OUSTEDSUES
SUES FOR RESTORATION RESTORATIONAction
Action Brought by byDonnisWhite Dennis White WhiteAgainst I IAgni113t I I
i Against Enon EnonCongregati Congregation Congregationas n I IasCOIpolation
as asCOIpolation Corporation CorporationDeitnis I
DennIs White today began proceed proceedings proceedings proceedlegs ¬ I II
ings legs In the District Supreme Court to tocompel tocoinp tocompel
coinp 1 the Boon
compel Baptist Church a eor eorponttlon eor110ntUon ocrpotIon
potIon to restore restor him to good ood stand standing standIng standleg ¬
ing 11 In the congregation and alao to re reinstate reJlUitAte reinstate ¬
instate him In his office an H deacon Of o Ute th6congregation UteClK th thcoLgrcgatIon
congregation congregationMr ClK rCbUon rCbUontr
Mr tr White says say he has ha been a deacon
In the 3non Baptist Church for four fourteen fourtern fourteen ¬
teen years
What Rules Say SayAccording SayAccording SayAceording
According to the rules rul ru1e and discipline disciplineof
of tilt > church he
says a member or orofficer orofDcer ocofficer
officer cannot be removed remo except on Ohhesrlng oft onhearing
hearing after written charge against againsthim againSthim I
him Such < velkm he says pa must be betaken bel betaken I
l taken ken at a regular r guJar meeting meetingThe meeUngTho rneeUngThe
The first Sunday in IMS l Mr Whit Whitsay Wliltesay blte bltesa
say sa the pastor the 11e Rev J 1 I Iailed Iveis
called a moetbur m t Y for Friday Pettpmfcer D
11 1 ISflR This meeting he says ya was w ws at attended attnded attended ¬
tended by about forty of the two hun ¬
dred members of the congregation congregationObjecfed congregationObjccted congregationObjected
Objected in Vain VainWhen VainWhen VainWhen
When the meeting was ready for busl buslres buslieea 1 1I1eM
res Mr White says y James Jam Johnsonmoved Job Johnson Johnsoumoved 1t 1tmoed
moved that Mr White be excluded from fromthe tromU fromtte
the U e room He took exception to this thisaction thisKcUOft thisctlon i
action ctlon but the motion to exclude him himwas himWas m mwas
i
was carried by a vote of 27 7 to tc 14 14When 14When
When 1 the result of the thevote vote was w stated
Mr White says Pastor Loving an announced aPnouftced ai aiflounced ¬
flounced that he tMr lily White was no j
longer a member of the church in any
capacity
Campbell Carriagton to named as a
counsel for the petitioner petitionerTHE itlttonerTHE petlttcmerTRE
THE WEATHER WEATHERREPORT WEATHERREPORTA REPORT REPORTA
A shallow depression depre lon central this
morning mornln in southeastern Outbeaaern Missouri will
probably cause eau rain tonitrht and Sunday
in the Ohio valley and the western and
northern portions of the middle Atlan ¬
tic States Stat The weather will continue
cloudy < and threatening in the lower
lake region tonight followed by snow
or rain Sunday SundayImportant SundayImporbmt SundayImportant
Important temperature changes are iii ru
not anticipated anticipatedTEMPERATURES antlcWatedTEMPERATL anticlDatedTEMPIRATtRI
TEMPERATURES TEMPERATL TEMPIRATtRIam m ma
9 > > a am amIm m tJ
12 1 Im Imlpm m M
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THE SUN SUNSun SUNSun SUNSuit
Sun sets today 445pm < pm pmTIDE
Sun rises tomorrow 64G 64Gam 64GamT1D am amTIDE
TIDE T1D TABLE TABLEHlKh TABLEHI PABL1High
High HI J1h tide today JM pm
Ix Low > w tide today toOO 831 ii pm
High tide tld tomorrow 12 1 1214 34 J nm tOS Ot pm
Low L < GW tide tomorrow 721 am 740 40pm pm
STRICKEN SPECIAL AGENT
HARRY K BURRILL BURRILLFormer BURRILLFormer BURRILLormer
Former F ormer Washington Newspaper Man ManProstrated ManProstrated ManProstrated
Prostrated at Shanghai With WithBrain WithI WithBrain
I HAR8 HARRY Brain K K i BORRILL BORRILLBapidly BURRILLIS Fever FeverHAR8 FeverHARRY RRlLL RRlLLIS
IS CONVALESCENT CONVALESCENTRapidly
Rapidly Recovering Mom MomRecent promI rQm rQmRecent
R Recent cent Brea Breakdown BreakdownMADE Br akdowii d W WIMA
I
IMA MADE E iiiL afc BY OVERWORK OVERWORKSickness OVERWORK
9 9Sickness
Sickness S tcknes of Spe Special inl Agent Ag nt of the De Department D Dpartment Dcpartment ¬
partment Brought Broug t on bytne bytneUnhealthy by tne tneUnhealthy teUnhealthy
Unhealthy Climate ClimateLate Climntei CliiateLate
i Late advices from the United States Statesconsul StatlSconsul Statesonsul
consul c at Shanghai ShanghalChtna China China reporting the thecondition thecondition thecondition
condition of Harry Kl K Burrlll Special Specialagent specialagent specialgent
agent a gent of the Department Departm pt of C4rgTWrand Comraere Comraereand Cozpriercand
and Labor IndIcate indlcatethat that Mr BurriU has hasalmost hasI haslmost
almost almost a lmost recovered reco ered from fr pt his hlsrccerttbrekk hlsrccerttbrekkdown recent brchk brchkdown brebtkdown
down and will soon be able ableto to resume resumehis resumehis resumehis
I his dutIes dudesIt dutIesIt dutIesIt
It wo said at the department This Thismorning 1 1morning
morning that Mr Bnrrills Illness 1lint was irasdue wasI wasue
I due d ue entirely to overwork In an unhealthy unhealthyclimate uchealtb uchealtbcllmat tuihealtbyclimate
climate The reports received from tr m him himevidenced blmeIdenccd hinievidenced
evidenced that he had been wx norkl norklhard rklag orkt1Gi >
i hard and had traveled over a good g d por portion prir prirtion p r ¬
tion t ion of the Pacific slope of the Chinese
Empire KmplreThe Empirelhe Emp1reThe
The lust report received by the Bu Bureau Bureau Bureau ¬
reau of Manufactures from him was wasdated wasdfted wasdted
dated Shanghai October 21 In the let letter letter icter ¬
ter t er transmitting that report he mention mentioned nHntloned rnnttoned ¬
tt ed that he had a special report on cot cotton cutton coton ¬
ton t on conditions conditIonsalmol almost t completed complct d To Togather Togather lc lcgather
gather the information for the cotton cottonreport cottonport cottonreport
report port Mr Ir BurrIll was required to trav travdl travel trayel
el the territory from Hongkong to Niuchwang Nluchwang Niu N1uchwang
chwang visiting Tientsin Pekin and andother andoth aniother
other oth r intermediary points It Is said his hisanxiety hIsandety blianxiety
anxiety to keep abreast or r tne work workand wor1and i
and an also to keep the department fully fullyinformed tulhInformed fulhI
informed f of the boycott question que Uon was wastoo wasoo I j
too t oo much for a man of his physical t > flcal con condition eondillon ¬ I Idltlon
dillon to cope with withProm withFrom
From the advices ad viees at hand the depart department dcpa dcpament deparment ¬
ment expects to hear of or Mr Burrjir re resuming r r3Umfn resuming ¬ I
suming 3Umfn work in a few Gas No appre apprabenslon apprebenslon apprehension
benslon Is felt of a relapse the physi physicians pliyaclans ¬
clans in attendance cable cableNEMtHAllJiOFANGIp cableNEW cableEYillALLS
NEMtHAllJiOFANGIp NEMtHAllJiOFANGIpfUIEDBYGlAJOe NEW EYillALLS HALLS OF ANCIENTS AN1ENTS1PEjtNIIID I IPLANNED
1PEjtNIIID fUIEDBYGlAJOe PLANNED BY PURATO JRATOE1 JRATOE1Savea I I II IsaVe3
Saves Interior In rl r Decorations Decorations of ofoid Old BuildinSale Build Buildin
in ing inSale > Sale of ofWbicIt Which lIe Will WillNot W WillNot ll llr j
Not r Contest ContestThe Gont ContestThe st stThe
The tjsale sa3e e of o te t1te Halls LIaJi HaI of f the e An Anclen Anelects j
dents clen teiay i nay go on record In tlc ltf District Districtof Districtof Distylciof
of Cohunbla as far a Q Franknii FrankU Web Wbt Webster Webstar
star t r Smith losses esttee I8 c6 eoncerns4 eer eerAt corn cornAt <
At th the soH solicitation taUon of his friends he hehas hehas bchas
has decided to abandon a on the contest oonte3t of Qtth cii ciithe
tn the sale aaIehad Ie IeHad i
Had h he chosen to contest conte tfla t e salt salttht sal salthf saltthe >
the court might have sustained fAJ tnlnod him himThe himThE liiiThe
The property sold on Thtfrsday Tb nd ytor for 3L 3 3t r
000 I lag than it did nfteen fttt
sg en years yefts eas ago agowhen ag agwhen agowhen
when thore was no building on it and andthe Kndthe I Ithe
the land vela viUt were w re lower lowerNevertheless lowerNeyerUlea lowerNevertlccileea
Nevertheless the Halls will not be belout beJOMt i ilost
lout to the city far It was ascertained ascertainedthis aSC9rttlnodthis I Ithis
this morning that all of the interior interiorraUons
decorations raUons were on detachable can canvass canvau eij eijvase ¬
vase covering an are areaQi area of X5COO COQ jwuare jwuarefeot fJuar uarc uarcfeet
feet Seven years ago when the Halls Hallswere kial kialwere Haliswere
were built Mr Smith was in such sueba suebahurry a ahurry t thurry
hurry to get the artists to work worl that thathe th t the i ihe
he did not wait for the completion of ofthe otthe oi r rthe
the walls but set them to work on Immense Immenee Im Unmense ¬
mense sheets of canvas e nvaa In the build buildIns bulldn buildIng
Ins Ing n that he hired for the purpose so sothat sothat s sthat
that as soon as the walls ware csm csmptoted cQmpleted cgmploted
ptoted the decorations were ready read ready1bat j jago
Yhut seemod a misfortune seven YCilrs YCilrsago ycariago I
ago proved pro d a blessing today The can canvwsses canvsuees
vwsses y a e will be detached d tvched and rees reestablished reestabUshed reestablished ¬ J
tablished on a much greater scale per permanently permanently ¬
manently It was the general opinion opinionthat oplnlDftthat oplnI oplnIthat f
that when tho Halls were sold that the thecontents thecon t tconsents
contents con UI of o the Halls went too This is isnot lRnot i inot
not the case C O for all of the movable ar articles arIos artides ¬
tides Ios are the personal possessions of ofMr otMr 01 01Mr
Mr Smith and will be used In his larger largerrestoration largerrutoratlon largeirestoration
restoration in the near future
125 to Baltimore and Return 125Pennsylvania 125PennsharJ 125 525Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania PennsharJ Railroad Saturday and am I
Sunday tickets good on all trains ox except oxt oxCapt ¬
cept t Congressional Congre > sstonal Limit > arid good gooc I
for return until Sunday night nghtAd Adv
YOUNG TURKS RAISE RAISEFREEDOMS RAISEFREEDOMS RAISEFREEDOMS
FREEDOMS STANDARD STANDARDIN
iN IN SULTANS EMPIRE EMPIREt EMPIREConstitutional EMPIREConstitutional EMPIREConstitutional
t
Constitutional Government Demanded D tna 1ded in inCirculars inCirciiIars in inCirculars
CirciiIars Circulars Distributed DistrUmted Among An lOng the B People PeopleRussian PeopleRussian > ple pleRussiAn
Russian Workmens or mens Example Cited
CONSTANTINOPLE CONSTA TIN PLE Nov No IS lSThe lSTheoung ISTheyoung The Theyoung
young oung Turkish party ii haplied plred by the theexample th thexample theexample
example of the Russian patriots Is talc talcInir tnIcIDe talclug
lug steps to agitate for greater liberty libertythrough Ubfrty Ubfrtythrough libertythrough
through the Sultans empire empireToday t tToday t tToday
Today proclamations were circulated circulatedthrough elrculntedthrough clrc inted intedthrough
through the instrumentality of this thisparty thisparty thisparty
party demanding a constitutional gov government government goVernment ¬
ernment In Turkey The proclamation proclamationcalls proclamationca1ls proclamationcalls
calls on all aJlTurks Turks to follow the example exampleof exampleof
of the Russian working men and revolt
RECOUNT sine sineG1S SHOWINGGAINS SHoviItffl SHoviItfflGAINS
GAINS FOR HEARST HEARSTSix
Six Assembly Districts Districbitdd Districbitddto Md Mdto
to His Column ColumnIS
IS MADE BY COMPARISON COMPARISONI COMPARISONResults COMPARISONResults
I Results Obtained Are Independent Indepen ent of ofthe oftb oftile
tb the Recount Recouut of Void and Pro Protested Pro Protested Protested
tested Ballots BallotsNBW Bal1otsNEW BaU ts tsNlW
NEW YORK YQ Nov No 18 18WlUlam William Ran Randolph J Randoiph > aan aandol ¬
dolph dol ph Hearst has as gained 408 4O8votes votes In Inthe Inhe
the t he canvass cnnv canvziss ss of six assembly districts In InNew InNew InNew
New York county and two districts In InBrooklyn InBrooklyn inBrooklyn
Brooklyn BrooklynThis BrooklynThis BrooklynThis
This gain Is simply by comparison of ofthe olthe
the inspectors returns with the original originaltally originaltaUy originalally
tally t sheets and Is independent of the therecount thlrecount therecount
recount of the theyold void and protested bal ballots ballop halots ¬
lots l ots which the Municipal Ownership OwnershipLeague QwnershlpL QwnershipLSagi4e
League L aguchll1ks thinks will be sufficient to seat sentIts seatts
its I ts candidate candidateBy Cf1JldfdateBy
By tho cansass can beinff beta tn madg tJJ JtWg w1thhp w1thhpally with Ihg lJ
tally t sheets which has as shownTfcb shownTfcbcrease show howWthTh t1 n ncte
crease cte c ieAse se of of4O > 408 JiS votes ots for Hearst McClellan McClellanhas lIcCl McClellanhas llan llanhas
has lost eightyeight votes votesThe vo voteEThe es esThe
The Sixth Slx Assembly dlstrlcte dlstrIc distrIctwhere distrIctwhereeighty where whereclghtytlve
eightyfive eighty le votes yo otes tea were adfd a addef4o Q djfi7 Othe OtheHearst the theHearst
Hearst column Is UUttIe Little TfnpfSuilir TfnpfSuilirHearsts T1 TTiiSufll TTiiSufllvans i i Su1l1 Su1l1ans
vans ans ansHearsts
Hearsts Sleuths SleuthsAre SleuthsAre SleuthsAreTrailing
Are AreTrailing Trailing Krup KrupJohn KrupJohn KrupJohn
John Krup the Tammany amrnany man who whoforfeited whotoriciteda whororrelted
forfeited toriciteda a 5000 bond given for his ap appearance ¬
pearance p arnn e to answer the charge of voting votingIllegally votingmegaUy votingllegally
Illegally I Jn the recent New York elec electfpn electt dcc dcclion
lion tt n did d l1not not come to Washington when whenhe whenhI whenhe
he hI was wa expected by bl the local police policeyesterday polleeyestlrda policeyesterday
yesterday yesterdayHe yesterdayHe i iHe
He is 11 thought to be In hiding in Bal Baltimore Battimore 1 ¬ 1 1timor
timore but n thorough search so rch by b the thedetectives thedetectives I
detectives of that city failed to reveal revealhis revealhis I
his whereabouts last night nichtKrup nightKrup I IRrup
Krup is known to tojiave J1ae have purchased a aticket aticket aticket
ticket for this city and 1d to have boarded boardeda
a Washington ashington express A telegram wa wareceived wac wacrceived > > J JI
I received at police headquarters an announcing1 anI anflouncing ¬
I flouncing his expected arrival here Sev Severnl Severn Several
ernl ern I d detectives tectlves went to the Baltimore Baltimoreand Baltimoreand
and Ohio station and searched the train trainfor traintor trainfor I
for him No N one answering his descrip description descriptIon description ¬
tion however was found foundIt roundIt foundit
It Is believed that Krup got off the thotruin th tht thetrain
train t In at Baltimore and that he is secret secretwood secretd secretd
d somewhere in that city Harry El Elwood Elwood
wood MncNichol of the New York Jour Journal Jurnal J3urnal ¬
nal William Randolph Hearsts paper paperarrived paperarrived paperarriveI
arrived in Baltimore last la t evening ac acknows accompanied adcompanied
companied by WIlliam H Gorman T who whoknows > lho lhoknowtJ
knows Knip The New w Yorkers are hot hoton hptor hoton
on the trail anJ are of o theoplnlon that thatthey thatt thatthey
they t ey will locate the fugitive fugitiveKrup tugiUvKrup
Krup is charged with illegal voting votingin votingin
in the district of Charles Charls F F Murphy MurphyHe MurphyiIc
He was consider consld < r 3 a most Important Importantwitness Importantwitness j jwitness
witness In the yiogecution J1o ecutton of election electionfraud electionfrand
fraud because of suspected SUs cted relations relationswith relationsI relatloniwith I
with prominent romlnent Tammany Tamn1an men Though Thoughhe rhoughhe rhouglilie
he is said not to possess sess any particu particuwonlth parttcuII
I II le wonlth he hE managed to deposit depositcash 55000 tioooush I I Icash
cash ball and then elude court officers officerswho officerswho
who had 1 > ad followed him to the office of otbls 01 01his 1
his his attorney attorneyResult attorn attorneyEXTIIA e eEXTRA
EXTRA PAY OROEREOFOR OROEREO OEEftFOR
FOR SUBMARINE SIBMAR1 TARS TARSResult
TAilSI
Result of o Presidents Prei cnts Visit to Bottom Bottomof Bottomof Bottorsof I
of Sound in Plunger PlungerLabor PlungerLaborImpressed PlungerLaborImpressed Labor
Impressed Him HimPresident Hi
I IPrOjlldent
President Roosevelt RoOSevelt was so impressed impressedwith impressedwith I I IwJth
with the arduous eharactar h rneter of the th work workof
of sailors on submarines the day he hewent hewent hewent I I
went to the bottom of Long Island IslnndHound IslandSound IslandSound
Sound off Oyster Bay on the thePIUDgur thePIUDgurtbat Plunger Plungerthat Plusgerthat
that he recently recent1 promulgated an order orderincreasing orderInereasfftf
increasing the p y of > nllted men on onthis onthis onthis L
this type of VjM v el elBeside J JBesde
Besde the T l a nonth nont l extra pay Ja they theynow th thnow the thenow
now receive re < eive submarine bluejackets will willreceive willreceive 1
1I
receive 1 a day additional compensation compensationfor I
for each day any part of which they theyspend theyspend tjieyspend
spend below the water This extra t > xtra pay payLs payl pa patic
l Ls limited llrnitedto to 515 15 per percalendar calendar month monthNEW monthNEW monthNEW
NEW ENGINE HOUSE HOUSEPUT HOUSEPUT I IPUT
PUT Ifl fliCOMMISS1WJ fliCOMMISS1WJNo COMMiSSiON COMMiSSiONNo
No IS 1 engine enginehouse house at Virginia Vlrdnfttn ijiv ijivrftie < il
rftie and K streets southeast soutbe < isl wa was put putIn IJutIn pillIn L
In commission comml slon this morning Commis Commissioner Commissioner Comnitsstoner ¬
sioner Macfarland and Chief Belt in inspected inspcctcd inpectOd ¬
spected the company the apparatus and andthe andthe am amthe
the house the company gave an exhi exhibition exhibition exhibitton ¬
bition run and with ZOO foot ot hose hosethrew hosethrew hos hosthrow
threw a large stream of water upon uponan U1 > on onan I Ian
an Imaginary Ima lnX1ry fire fireAfterward fireAfterward fireAfterward
Afterward Commlsslner Macfarland Macfarlandand Macfarlandand I Iarid
and Chief Belt Inspected the new train trainIng tmlnIng trainIng
Ing tower which Is I practically com completed completed cornpleted ¬
pleted and will soon be put into use
against the present absolutism of the thegovernment theovcrnmerit thegovernment
government governmentThe governmentThe ovcrnmerit ovcrnmeritThe
I
The Sultan and members of his per personal personal personal ¬
sonal suite at the Yildz KioskJthe KloSk < tbe of official officIal oftidal ¬
ficial residence of the ruler are arereatly arereatlyalarmed < greatly ercntlyalarmed greatlyalarmed
alarmed as this is the first Indication thdicatIonthat thdicatlonthat Indicationthat
that the Russian Ru sian revolutionary infection
has spread to Turkey
Numerous arrests have been matte ma e in inconnection Inonnectlon inconnection
connection with the circulation of the theproclamation theproclamation theproclamation
proclamation of the young Turks in the theeffort theeffort theeffort
effort to check the revolutionary move movement movement movement ¬
ment at its inception
RAilWAY MAGNATES MAGNATESLAYING MAGNATESLAYING
LAYING NEW NE LINES LINESPlaying LINESFlaying
Playing With President PiesidenttO PiesidenttOName residenttNan1e to toName <
Name Commission CommissionOLD CommissionOLD CommissionOLD
OLD PLAN P LAN OF 0 F CASSATT CASSATTRockefeller CAssATTRo CASSATTRockefeller
Rockefeller Ro kefeller Influences However Ho owever ever Will WillEight WillEight WillFight
>
Eight Roosevelts Rooseel Roose elts sPropositionto sPropositiontoa Proposition to toa toa
a a Stern Finish FinishThat FinisnThat PtmshThat
That the railroad interests are nrebo nreboglnnlng be beginning beginning ¬
j ginning to devote a a share shareot of their at atteutlon ¬
tention to efforts to make mak f sure Sure thai th tit tita if ifa Ita
a rate regulation law passes the person personnel pers personnd n ¬
nel nd of the interstate Commission shall
j be as friendly frlendl disposed as possible to t
them 10 now accepted by the supporters supportersof
of the Presidents policy
This situation is rather pleasing than thanotherwise thanothenise thanotherwise
otherwise to advocates of legislation legislationwho legislationwho legislationwho
j who say that the roads would not De DeconcerninG be beconcerning beconcerning
concerning themselves about the th com comong cQmt1 eornL
x t1 pgsln Qn I If they P iFr1l 4gj io rogimJ rogimJegIlktIvzt UgbtP
rZ
tIim a ong chance chanceof Of
leglslatloft J gU lt1on being enacted enactedPresent enadttdPresent enactedPresent
i Present Commission Objectionable ObjectionableThe
i The present commission c is peculiarly
objectionable to the railroad magnates magnat 1L
They The always refer to It in terms ttrusof of con ¬
tempt or disgust and they particularly partlcularl
Insist I that It has been b en a body bod for the thepromotion thepromotion thepromotion
promotion of agitation Commissioner
Prouty and Secretary Moseley Moselchaye have
been be n objectionable obJectOn bIe
this
on score scoreand scoreand
I and so tar as known neither
o thorn th them m
has ever entered a denial In fact Com ComI ¬
I missioner Prouty when hen accused before beto
the House committee last winter wlnterot of
having devoted himself largely to agItat
SKSpSE0 sion lug for replied repliedWellS more power for th the commls commlsWell
Well WellS gentlemen if that be treason r
make the most of It Im gulltv gulltvii
ii The He8 best Information to I be > e had Is that
ther thera Is no particular Intention
the Senate and House leaders or among nt the he
White hlte House to legislate the present I
commission commissionout out of existence But the theof
very men who disclaim any > Intention
of doing such uch a thing admit that the they
expect f1f tf tJt the
mixup at legislation t to
see thfsvvery thHf thfeery ery thing bapnen bapnenH
I t the Pn President ldent get gore 111s law passed
H I Is pointed out the revivified comrols comrolsThere
aba will have large powers But these
wHl il1 he oC two kinds kinds There is first the
power to hear h ar and decide cases which
la important and there is second the
power to Initiate proceedings to seek
out and correct abuses to enforce
equity even though no shipper bring brlnga a
complaint
An Important Feature FeatureThJ FeaturerlaJa FeatureThu i
ThJ rlaJa latter latt r i Ii hi by far the more im important Important ¬
portant feature of the duties Now No It ItlS ItlSurtEd is isurged fsurged
urged the railroads 11lIlrOQd might yield in the thematter thematter the themattem
matter of the law if In return they theyshould the theshould theyshould
should be permitad their kind of a acommission acommon acomITdilon i
commission It might be a good enough enoughcomrafeMtou enoughomm1ci enoughcommission
commission omm1ci of fairminded and candid candidmen QUndldmen oondidInca
men skilled in traffic and railroad at ¬
fairs perfectly perC et1y competent to o do do the thework thework thework
work a ad d yet If It were Indisposed to
initiate InJthi te proceedings to ulook look for fortrouble tortrouble fortrouble
trouble arc arch merely attended to the I
business that hunted It up It would not
be very T objectionable to the railroads i
It is intimated that some of the big l
railroad rail ro d influences lnflue ces already alrcnd se see < r this tbl tblPGln thilpaint
paint and am ar ffettlns ttiU ready to take
nd Rdvantalff van tare of it Presidents Cassatt and andfriendly
liellen hAve tak taken n positions diStinct distinctly
friendly to tli tue President Pre > ldent Indeed it la
known that as long as three years ears ago 8 0 I
the former wo was disposed to yield to the
demand for such a law as the President Presidentnow Presidentnow I
now n w asks but was overruled by his h1 < col
leagues among rllroad managers managtrslhe
The suggestion ation is i that the Morgan
CRSSHttHiil railroad n Jroad Interests are fr in inclined iiidined ¬
dIned to yield rJtll something I > methlnc to the Prod Prefiitn
dent deuL tn In the hope hor that they may so 0 far farrstablish farMJUtbll farestablish
establish MJUtbll h themselves in the good grnaeof gmceof graces gracesot
of the Whit White House Hou > > eas as to be permitted permitteda pprmltt pprmlttJ
a J considerable influence in 11 determining
who ho shall be placed on the commission comml commissionother slon
rne j Rockefeller railroad group on tbft tbftother tueother
other hand IK expected to make anak an an un unthe uncompr uscomprOmising
compr comprOmising mhJtnc light to a thalBh against againstthe gln l ltht
the whole Presidential PrNli enUal proposal proposalWhPlhfr vro proposlVhether l lWluthI
WhPlhfr the present commission commt sion 1 i ii
legislated Uted out of office er not It Itt Is Isveruiin iserta1xt
veruiin Uuit a practical iVUCtICS1will r organlxntiou organlxntiouwill rgaDlantfOI1will
will lAke place The President Pr8 < ent and his hteadviMm hieItdviiMtII hisitdvlIers
adviMm in aud out of ton Congress ress want wanta wanta
a commission of s SEen ven IntUcKcl of five ftvomemberaL fivemembEra livemembers
members At preseit pre eJl there tlllr Js i Peudirg > udlng t llJt
the resignation re retdanation lpatlou of o one member Commls Commlssioner CommlsloneI Commisabner
sioner Filer It two are added to tho thocommission th thcommlSlilon thcommission
commission that makes three new newplaces newplaces newplaces
places to he filled and by the time thu thu1w
law could b be paused and fairly alrl put Into Intoaffect Intoeffpct Intoaffect
affect a fourth vacancy would have boon booncreated beuncreatAd beoncreated
created by the th expiration of Commis CommisBlorifr Commlsslomr
stoner slomr Clements term termWould termVoudPletse termWould
Would VoudPletse Please Railroads Railroads3Jrt RailroadsI Railroadsfomen
3Jrt I laments fomen is only less objectionable objectionableto objlt0 1nb10 1nb10to
to the railroad raUrc d lntere interests Ur than Commis Commissioner Conmlfjsioner Commissioner ¬
sioner Prouty and lin Is not expected to b breappolnted breappointed hO hOreappointed
reappointed Thus within a very ver short shorttime shorttime shorttime
time after a nw n w law could bo hI passed passedthere passcdtbero passedthere
there would be four vacancies Vl < cunclts in the thoseven tboilcven theseven
seven memberships mt > mbershtps and only a year yearafter 3elraflc1 yeflrafter
after the Clements vacancy the term termof termor teiniof
of Commissioner CommIJl ion Proufy would expire
This would leave lea tuly fllll iily Cockrell nod lUs
Knnpp of the present pr 8cnt commission und
both 1 > oth of thse 014 IIHVP ha > been appointed by
the President Prt > sldnt and aI d arc re not objectionable objectionableto
to railroads I f
I
I SYMPOSIUM OFFICIAL AT GIVO GIVOWHO GP 0 0WHO
v1i itJkELF
WHO MAY MAYHAVE HAVE KILLED HIMSELF
1
J W BELCHER BELCHERTreasurer BELCHERTreasurer r rTreasurer V
Treasurer of Third Division Benevolent Association of Big Printery for Whom Whomthe Whomthe Whomthe
the Police poU PoliceAre e Are Looking LookingPo r rPoiffce i
Police Po ice Are Searching SearchingFor SearchingP
For P t Missing MissingMr Mr BeicherWarrant Belcher BelcherWarrant BelcherWarrant I
Warrant Has Been Sworn Out for His Ar Arrest Arrest Arrest ¬
rest But Friends Now Are Advancing Advancingthe Advancingthe
the Theory of Suicide
A warrant W rrant charging olJaT lng him with ember embezzlement emb emberiernent ¬
zlement z Jas has Wi been t > ensworn sworn out for the thearrest4 th thdfT theiffdht
arrest4 dfT i iffdht st6br lor 3T r T WBeidhez rBeldhar B l he treasurer treasur roc rocthe o othe of ofthe
the Third Division symposium smposiwnat at the theQ th thG thea
Q P PO O who whomstcrioQsly mysteriously disappeared disappearedfrom disappe disaearedront r d dfrom
from f ront his home hont 8 QUincy street stre t north northeast nortlleaJ northast
eaJ east e ast Thursday morniny morninyIt
It was said a1d dt 4tt11e the big bigprinteryat printery at noon hoontoday noontoday noonoday
today t that an in officer of the sym symswore symwore S m mswore
swore s out the warrant late yesterday yesterdayafternoon yesterdayafternoon csterdayaternoon
afternoon afternoonWhen aternoonrhen afternoonWhen
V When rhen Belcher disappearance became becameknown becameknown becameknown
known a committee was appointed to toexamine toexamine toxamine
examine e his accounts They have not notyet notet notyet
yet et reported reportedIt V VIt
It Is alleged that outside of the sym
BONAPARTE HALTS HALTSANNUAL HALTSANNUALREPOTITS
ANNUAL ANNUALREPOTITS REPURTS REPURTS1U
ANNUALREPOTITSV
Must 1U llstSee See Them Phem Before They TheyBecome T TheyV TheyBecOme ley leyBeCOID V
Become Public PublicUnrestrained Fublic1Jnrestraincd V
V
Unrestrained publicity for tor reports reportshandled reportshandled reportshandled
handled by the Navy Department is not notaltogether notnltogethera notaltogether
altogether nltogethera a good thing thing according to toSecretary
Secretary Bonaparte BonaparteHa BonaparteHe Bonaparte1Ie V
Ha has ordgted oidi d that the flpi1Il annual re reports reports rcports ¬
V ports of the riav nav > bureau b reau chiefs Whflsh WhflshImve thIh thIhhave hI6h hI6hhnve
have not yet been b be n made publlcljshall pubUe publihaIl h ll be bewithheld bewithheld bewithheld
withheld until u tJl he has ag n opportunity opportunityto opportunitytomend to torend
rend them and possibw posslb t until the ap appearance appearance appearance ¬
pearance of his own report reportThis reportThis pot potThis
This is the result of the publicity at attending attending attending ¬
tending the the remarks and recommenda recommendations recommendations reeornmendations ¬
tions of Rear Admiral C W Yo Rae en enfrineerlnclilef 00InecrIncldcf engincerincimief
frineerlnclilef of the navy on n the sub subJect subjeet subject
Ject of naval personnel
I V Rae Caused It ItThe ItThe V
The bureau chief chlo w wtii wept tpt prottyV pr priq tti tli t thee theeoughly lor lorou r
oughly ou hly Into the question qu stOJt of the theneod need of ofna ornay ofnavy
na nay navy > engineers cngtne rs and lit the course of his hiscomments hisaommerits hiscomments
comments remarked that the navy was wasnot wasnot as asnot
not in R position posttlonto to win In battles owing owingto owIncto
to the lack of trained engineers and the thefailure timefailure
failure of the th Navy Department to pro provide provide ¬
vide engineer officers for ships of war warThis warThis ar arThis
This assertion has attracted much at attention attention ¬
tention especially abroad abroa and andts Is con considered CoQlIidered considered ¬
sidered to have been an nlnjUdl injudielotis Vjnjudieiotsstatement injudielotisstatement
statement to make admitting it to be betrue betruo betrue
true truela truoIn
In this connection it will be remem remembored remembored remembored V
bored that Adnirnl Rae has made a R pUb pftbllc pUbie
lie l ie statement that ha had h4 nothing to todo toV todo todo
do with making making his report r port public public and andthat und undthat antithat V
that it went weatthrough through the regular official officialchannels officlulcltann officialchannels
channels channelsThere cltann channelsThere lg lgThE
There ThE is no subject which Is V Vpreached ap approached aJ aJpro ¬
preached pro chocl mote gingerly on every ovr hand handby bawlby landby
by those in V authority than than anything anythingwhich anythingvhlh anythingwhich
which has to do with the naval person personnel personel personieI ¬
nel el and in inthut that th general subject sub ect n t com comment commt cornmeat ¬
meat mt > ut upon naval navu engineering is regarded regardedas
as inviting peril to the author I < Most Mostnaval Mostnaval 10at 10atnaval
naval officers b beHcvet believe llev that at the annual annualranorts annualreports
reports r norts of bureau chiefs should not be beedited belted heedited I i
edited lted and that tho opinions opln or8 expressed expressedIn
In I n that tl1 t quarter should Sllo uld not be Influenced VlfltiUOflCOdby Influencedby Intt onced
by higher hl her authority a uthor ty unless it is desired desiredthat desiredthat desiredthat I
that the th independence of chiefs cble shall be beImpaired b bImpaired bempaired
Impaired i t
I
Editing Hereafter HereafterThe Her Hereafterlime after afterThe
The Brent Groot trouble has been beenthat that the
of the th department d artment has little time timeto timeto timeto I
to rend annual reports and these U dOeuments docu documents documonts ¬
ments hove largely been ignored on
hand Hfmtfter there will be ber6tater I
r6tater cure trc cxerclsed In the perusal of ofthese otthesu ofthese
these reports lf lest t there be something in inthe Inth n ntime
the th comment of the bureau b reLtU chiefs chiefswhich chletswhich
which will embarrass the Navy Nay Depart Departmnt ¬
In its plaits for obtaining legisla legislali legislation legishation
tion V VIi
tionH li is desired also that there shall be b bnothinG
in the reports which will at attract ¬
much attention abroad
posinm Belcher B Jcher borrowed borro ed eyeraj yer hun hundred itt ittdr iuntired ¬
tired dr d dollars dolln s from r9m f riehos frle 1 S as s well welf I as asntortgaglng 3JIin a amortgaging
mortgaging in rtgaglng his household gQojswltl1 ROocJs with a adowntown adowntown S Sdowntown
downtown moneylending concern concern concernWhat concernV concernWhat f
I V What ho did with this thlsmorie money morley morleyno V > no n onfe onfeseems oat oatseems nh
seems ieems to t knbw kno iv Belcher they claim claimwas clalulwits claimwas
was wits not n t V an extravagant man in any anyway an anwa anway
way wa and his home life was considered consideredpleasanU consideredl i ipleasant
pleasant l as nt His H wife who is prostrated prostratedcan prostratedcih
can cih an offrtr ft t ilo clue C e as to his whereabouts whereaboutsThere whereabouTbere whereaboutsThema
There Is some idea of suicide and tnat tnathis tnathis tizalhis
his body will be found eventually ad adjacent adjacent adjacent ¬
jacent to the District of Columbia ColumbiaWhen ColumbiaWhen
When hen Belchers disappearance dlappearancefirst first be became became ¬
came known it was thought that he hemight in i
might have gone either to Paterson PatersonN V i
N J or to Providence R I but ao 3 3vIces aavices > I Ivices
vices from these places are to the ef ¬
fect that he has ha not been there
OEMOCHA DEMOCRATS TS OBJECT OBJECTTO OBJECTTO
TO CANNONS PLAN PLANBIiterAgai
Bitter BIiterAgai Agaitf AganstRednction ftRednction Reduction of ofRepresentation 01 f f7t
V 7t Representation RepresentationSpeaker
V Speaker Cannon Is accused ac acdused sedbYth sedbYthDemocrats by V + the theDemocrats i
Democrats in the House of desiring to todeprive todeprhe t tdeprive
deprive fhejn t thm of their fair representation representationon represcpti tion tionon S Son
on the committees V Minority Iinorlb Leader EeaderJohn LeaderJohnShhrP r rJohn
John JohnShhrP Sharp Slmrp WHllimSj W YI1l illilims ms backed by asio asioclates a asso assoclittes so socl
clates cl tes who vh fcave lu < e rescued racne town to nl I learnestly Ia Iaearnestly as asearnestly
earnestly pr ptjmsted tp tested sted to g the Speaker Speakeragainst Sp Speakeagainst aker akernsalnst
against his proposal proIosaltoreduce to reduce the num number number number ¬
ber of Democrats Dcmdcr ls and increase the num number number ¬
ber of Republicans Re Ucans on the Important Importantcommittees Import1htcommIttecs t tcommittaes
committees r r t tkt c cA V VAt
At A nriasent present nt the the latter la terare are divideot dild dIvide sln slnthe ln lntl1e h hthe
the ratio t of eleven Republicans to t sis sisDamocmts sl34Jmccm si siDomoctmts
Damocmts 4Jmccm This It is pointed out by b bthe
the theVDciniOcit VDciniOcit P Detneawtts OCMJs is almost exactly cxnctl In Inproportions InI Ii VV
proportions propor proporOntsiV n > tc tD the theV themembership V membership of the theparties theparties tb S Sparties V
I parties in the body bodySpeaker bodyI V VSpeaker
Speaker Cannons C nnons Plan PlanBut PlanBut PlanBut
I But the tIlt Speaker it is explained hay havIpg hay1Ig hnvigg
Ipg an n increased number numberoC of Republi Republicans Republlc ¬
cans c ms ns to provide places for proposes proposes to toIncrease toIncrease tc tcincrease
Increase the number of Republicans to totwelve totweln t ttwelve
twelve by iy taking away oq oqeach 0 V l lqce ce on oneaeh Or Oreach j
each committee commlttee from the crats cratsleavhig rats ratsIf1vlrig
leaving the bIg committees t tw Bs Re Republicans ReP ReVptiblicngs ¬
publicans P bUClU1S to t five Democrats DemocratsProtestfns DemocratsV DemocratsProtesting V Jk JkProtesting
Protesting agninst this the Democrats Democratsare 3 3are
are quoted Quot d as satisfied to allow one Re Republican RoPUbUeal1 Republienu ¬
publican to be added to Q each committee committeeprovided committeeprovided committeeprovided
provided no Democrat Is taken away awayThis awa awaThis awayThis
This would leave the committees commltteestwele commltteestweleto twelve twelveto i ito
to slx and would give the theV V Republicans Republicansa
a larger proportionate strength In com committees cpmmltt coa1mittees ¬
mittees mltt than they have in the house as asa asa am i ia iV iwhole
a whole wholeThe wl1 > le leThe
V V
The The Speaker however howe r has not boon boondisposed baondfspcaoo boordfspcaod I
disposed to make even this concession concessionHe conceslonlie concesthn14e
He has plenty > > lenty of troubles troubl s of his own ownfinding ownfihdfng ownSPading
finding places of desirable character for forthe torthe fo fothe
the Increased number of Republicans Republicanswhom RepubUcanswhom RepublicamI
whom the landslide last Ids fall swept into intoCongress IntoCongres5 lOIsCongress I
Congress If he cuts down the propor proportion proportion proporthin ¬
tion Of Dcmoofats he will turn taea tne31Y tne31Ytroub11s t0034troubles y ytroubles
troubles over to the minority minorlt leader leaderwho leaderWhO
who will have to reapportIon the minori minority minority minority
ty places making his garment nt the thecloth ttm ttmcloth I
cloth This it Is pointed out will 111 cause causean causean caus causan
an immense disaffection and disorganize disorganizethe dlsorg disorganlzthe nlzu nlzuthe
the minority m nor1ty so badly that It will be beutterly U Uutterly
utterly ineffective for t < it any aggressive aggressivework aggressivewCrJk aggressivwork
work during the session sessionThe sessionThe sessionThe
The Democrats Insist that this Is s just justwhat justhat Jun t twimat
what hat the Speaker Is tryiagi to do They Theypoint Ther1lOlnt The Thelioint
point out with some bitterness that the th 0
Speaker before he was wa < J Speaker used to t 0
Insist that he likftd a vigorous minority mlnorlt mlnorltw minorltvei1
well w l1 organized and effective but they the thethink
think ms his practice doesnt bear out the theprecept theprecept th 0 0preCept
precept preceptThen preceptlhen V VThen >
Then too the Democrats recall that In ii
the theFIttysecond Fiftysecond Congress when there therewere theleWero ther therwere
were only eightyeight Republicans in t
the House no change V was made in the theproportion theproportion th e eproportion
proportion of Republicans Rt > pubUcans on commit V Vtee ¬ f
tee The Democratic Speaker continued continue ml
the th old rule and Republicans got their theirsix theirslx the r rsb
six sb and even seven members on the in innortant iiIportant
nortant 11 < lrtant comrnlttees
r
I
ftEBIS HEBREWS BOOIEK BOOIEKDRIFT B 013 1 ES ESV ESDRIFT
V DRIFT LIKE LOGS LOGSON V VV VV VON
V
V ON RIVER PROT PROTRoumanian PRUTH V V
V
Roumanian Shores Lined LinedWith LinedWlthCorps LinedWithCorpsesFrorn
With WlthCorps WithCorpsesFrorn WithCorpsesFrornV WithCorpsesFrornV Corpses s From FromMassacre FromNlassacre V
Massacre MassacreCOSSACKS NlassacreCOSSAeKS
V V VV VV VCOSSACKS V V
t
COSSACKS TOSS ALL V IN INEvery INEvery
Every EveryVictim Victim Washed Ashore AshoreThey AshoreThey AshoreThey
They Hurled Back BackOthers BackOithers BackV
V Others Bury BuryBUCHAREST BuryBUCHARElST BuryBUCHARST
BUCHAREST Roumanla Nov IS ISAs 1SAs V VAs
As a ghastly sequel of the recent recentbloody recentbloody recentbloody
bloody outbreaks and massacres In the theRussian thoRussIan theRussian
Russian province province of Bessarabia in lawhich inwhich Inwhich
which so many persons principally principallyHebrews principallyHebrws principallyHebrews
Hebrews lost their lives IlV S6 corpses of ofHebrews otHebrews ofHebrews
Hebrews are found constantly floating floatingdown floatingdovin floatingdown
down the Pruth river which divides dividesRoumania dIvidesRoumania dividesRoumanla
Roumania from Bessarabla BessarabiaMany BessarablaMally BessarablaMatiy
Many of these bodies have been beenwashed beenwashed beenwashed
washed ashore and others have been beentaken een eentskel
taken from the th w water ter by Roumanians RoumaniansWhenever RoumaniansW1ienever V VWlenever
Whenever the bodies are washed washedagainst washe washeaga1Iht washedagainst
against aga1Iht the Bessarabian shore Cossacks Cossacksthrow Cossackthrow Cossacksthrow
throw them back Into the river riverRoumanians riverRoumanians riverRournanlans
Roumanians however have been kept keptbusy keptbusy keptbusy
busy taking the corpses from the wa water water water ¬
ter and burying them themCzars themCzars themCzars
Czars Sop to Peasantry PeasantryDoes PeasantryDoes PeaantryDoes
Does Not Stop Zakhar ZakharST
ST PETERSBURG Nov IS 1SAn 1SAnAmerican 32AnAmerican An AnAmerican
American newspaper correspondent who whohas whohas whoIms
has discussed the peasant question with withseveral withseveral withseveral
several experts including Novikoff Novikoffformer Nov1kotrtonner NovIkoformer
former mayor o of Baku found them all allof aUat allof
of one mind that the Russian serfs art artnot arnot are areappeased
V
not appeased by the V VCzar
promises of the thaCzar thdCZar
Czar to to give them land and are ready readyto readyto readyto
to rebel at the most favorable oppor opportunity opportunity opportilflVit7 ¬
tunity tunityThe tunityThe V VV
V The Czars manifesto granting the theroyal tileroyal theroyal
royal domains to the peasantry accord according accotdIng accogdIng ¬
ing to Novlkoff Is1 Is only a halfway halfwaymeasure haItwaymeasur halfwaymeasure
measure as in reality it does not vest vesttitle Ves1title vesttitle
title to the land with the V peasants peasantsmertly peantsVmeraly asants asantsmenly V V
mertly granting nttng V them facilities ra iUtftstor for ac acquiring a aquirin anquiring ¬
quiring quirin property propertyAlready propertyAlre V VV >
V Already Alre dy Seizing LandrifIi Land LandTills Lan LanthIs
rifIi Tills s Is 1 rjflfotilons tJftloutou ih he ji continued ntlnued ta taview Inview J1 J1vi
view vi w of tnt U th fact that the union 5t 5tpeasantry l tpeaeantry lpeassntry
peasantry numbering numberlnga numbering1hioa V a million 1hioa 1hioaV 1hioaberg V mem members membtrs ¬
berg has d decided cided to seize s 1ze property and andestates andestates andestates
estates and even ev n now now the peasantry In Insome insome Insome
some section is 1 attackIng and burning burningthe burningthe burningthe
the estates of ofthe the landlords who prove provato proveto proveto
to have insufficient troops to protecttheir protect protecttheir protecttheir
their land landNovlkofC landNo landNovikoff
NovlkofC No 1kot considers the rising of the thefalse thefalse thefalse
false Czar Zakhar at Pensa a forerun forerunner torerunnar forerunncr ¬
ncr of widespread anarchy The flocking flockingof
of the peasants to the standard of the theselfproclaimed theseltproclalmed theselfproclaimed
selfproclaimed Czar is the moat Im Important 1mport1lnt Jutportant ¬
portant development in the situation as asit WIIt ast
it I t clearly shows the revolutionary spirit spiritof spiritof spirItot
of the country peope and their thelr1 Eeem EeemIngly reemngiy eem eemlngly V
Ingly l unanimous desire to break away awayfrom awaytrom awayfrom
from allaglence to Czar Nicholas NicholasStrike NicholasStrike V VStrike
Strike Spreading SpreadingThe SpreadingThe
I The general 1en rol strike movement continues continuesto
I to grow in an alarming manner All Allof Allf Allof
f of the theactors actors a ors and employes of the thea theaters theaI theaters ¬
I ters except those attached to the Im Imperial IrQi 1cm 1cmportal ¬
i portal Theater Theater have Joined the strike strikeThe striker strikeThe
r The employes of many banks have havejoined havejoined haveoined
joined j oined the movement moveme t and It is believed believedthe beIfeede believedtine
the e drivers of the omnibuses will soon soonfollow soonfollow soonfollow
follow their example eftmplrhe V
V VV The ttrikfi fund is now said M to t be beIn bejnoreer
100000 In jnoreer ordW O Qlr k to prevent possible trouble troubleat troubleht troublet
at i t the th electric light stations statl nS and th thshutting thsh the theshutting
shutting sh ttJng OK of the power and thereby therebythrowing therubyt1r therebythrowing
throwing t1r throwing wlns the city elt at night into darkness darknessheavv darknesshih darknessiieivy
heavv hih iieivy detachments of troops troopem4have have been beenquartered beenquariered beersquartered
quartered in each station and power powerplant powerplant powerPlent
plant plantNew plantN V VNew
New N ew Governor Governorapneral GovernorapneralV GovernorapneralV Gpneral GpneralIn General GeneralIn V V
V In Cliarge U arge of o piPinland piPinlandE5J2OFOltS Finland FinlandHE
V
V 1 HE ELSINGFORS E5J2OFOltS Sn61ORS Finland Nov IS ISBaron lSBaron 15Baron
Baron Baron Saltza alt2a commander of the th 5Rus 5Rusjfl nUSI8n Rus Russfcin
V sfcin I8n jfl troops trO ° P in Finland Fnl d who was last lasimljht las1U lastiifht
mljht U iiht V appointedtemporary appo1nt < < tdJe nPOrary governor governorgeneral governorgeneral governorV governorgeneral V
general by the Czar Czttf ftr replacing Prince PrinceObolenaky PrincebolenskY PrinceObolenekl
Obolenaky assumed the duties of tha thaoffice thl thloroce thtsoffice
office today todayTh tda tdaThe V VThe
Th The students here have telegraphed telegraphedthe tflegraphedthe
the Unions of Unions in St Petersburg Petersburgas
as follows followsWe followsYe 1oil0WsWe
We Ye are grateful for your hip in ingaining ingalnln Ingmt4nlng
gaining galnln ou Om rights Count upon us for fora fora fora
a futurt ftitur tu fight fbt for a free Russia R RCutthroats RussatCutthroats
Cutthroats in Thick iiici Fog FogPlunder FogPlunder FogPlunder
Plunder and Murder MurderST
ST PETERSBURG Nov 18 18A A nn25 nn25ber nnE50rber nnz nnzber
ber of roughs tried to start an anIebrew untV untVHebrew ant antHebrew
Hebrew massacre early t > arly this mornjna mornjnaA morIJnZA mornJn V VA
A crowd of them armed with th nx nxfathered axes aXftfgn V Vgathered
fathered gn eed In Sennaya square at a 130 130Oclock 130oclock 130oclock
Oclock and shouted shoutedDOAVT sboutfdDowt shoutedDaw
DOAVT > with th t the h Hebrews Death Deathto Deathto leathto
to all Hebrews HebrewsThe HebrewsTht HebrewsThe V V
The police hastily halttll loft V the square squarefearing mqurefearIng quAtefearn
fearing fearn assassination Word was tent sentto tentto tentto
to the military pitrol which aon > on n ar arrived arrived ¬ V VV Vrived V
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