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ton and District of Columbia by newsboys newsboyswho newsboyswho
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for the Sunday edition editionWEDNESDAY edlUoBWEDNESDAY
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An Anfrreducible Irreducible Minimum MinimumA
A deal of talk has been heard about aboutcompromise aboutcompromls aboutcompromise
compromise between the President Presidentand Presid Preidiitanti nt f fand
and the railroads on rate regulation regulationbut
but it is not apparent apparenthowthe how howthe the Presi President presfdent PresIdent ¬
dent is to accept acc Pt any less than he heasked heasked heasked
asked in his last message During Duringhis Duringbis Duringhis
his Southern trip he vigorously Yigoro ly main mainthere maintalned maintamed
tamed the position Jhen hentiiken tat 1jmt 1jmtthere and andthere
there is high authority n thttY for forthat f fdr4he r hebeltf hebeltfthat eithf eithfthat
that he has ha riot xot modified it in any anyessential anyessential anyessential
essential respect in the draft of the theforthcoming theorthcomin theforthcomIng
forthcoming orthcomin message messageThe messagaThe 1 1The
The tn1l tarn th of compromise comes comesfrom comesfrom comesfrom
from those who are willing to grant grantthe grantthe grantthe
the form but b t not the substance lf Df Dfregulation bfregulat1oxt 4 4regulation
regulation There is no doubt that thatCongress thatCongress thatCongress
Congress has the power to make makerates makerates j jrates
rates There Is no real eal doubt though thoughsome thoughsome thoughsome
some quibble about it t that th J Congress Congresscan qOnpesscan OnpeS OnpeScan
can delegate this authofiily autboi y Rates Ratesthus Ratesthus Ratesthus
thus made whether by cbI bothmiIon bothmiIonor cdmmi 1mi ion ionor ionor
or by Congress Oongressare are subject to review reviewby reIewby reviewby
by thejcourts theCOurts But so also are rates ratesmade ratesmade ratesmade
made by b the companies themselves themselvesThe themselvesThe themselvesThe
The rate made by the railroad com company cornpany ¬ 1 1pany
pany is liable to be declared exces excessive excessive ecessive ¬
sive As the mat matter matter
by a proper court ¬ 1 1ter
ter stands today a shipper who can canprove canprove canprove
prove he has been charged an exces excessive excessive excessive ¬
sive rate can recover the difference differencebetween dltterencebeteen differencebeteen
beteen the rate he has paid and the theone theone theone
one the court holds to be reasonable reasonableIt
It Is worth while to toremember remember these thesethings thesethings thesethings I
things in order not to be misled misledinto misledinto l IInto
into the Impression that something somethingvery somethlttg somethlttgvery somethingvery
very revolutionary Is contemplated contemplatedby contemp ated atedby L Lby
by the President What the Presi President President President ¬
dent asks Is in fact very simple simpleHe simpleHe simpleHe
He wants a law passed that will make makeIt makeit makcIt
It possible for any shipper to avail availhimself vail vailhImself I Ihimself
himself of the right of redress that thatnow thatnow thainow
now exists As matters stand to today today today ¬
day the average shipper Is barred barredfrom barredfrom I Ifrom
from redress r dress because the process Is Istoo Istoo h 3 3too
too complicated and expensive On Onhis Onhis L Lhis
his behalf the President President asks that thatthe thatthe tha t tthe
the power to regulate rates be dele delegated delegated ¬
1 1gated
gated to a commission competent to t 1 I Ido I
do justice j e whose wh sodec decision decjslon s onsh shall ll 11 11ffect1ve b beffective bt1on 5
effective pending Judicial judl laI considera consideration consldera conslderatlOIL
tion 1 1Anything
Anything less than this will be In Ineffective inefc i ieffective ¬
effective efc tive so So far as as concerns practi practical pracUca1 L Lcal ¬
cal relief for the shipper Either the thecommission thecommissIon th ecommission e
commission will be given the power powerto powerto r rto
to make a rate which shall be prima primafacie prImafacie afade a
facie reasonable or else It will not notbe jo ot otbe t tbe
be given such power There Is hO hOhaItway no nohalfway n 0 0halfway
halfway ground A power of Initia Initiative inItiatIve initlative ¬
tive In making the rate must be given givento givento 1 ato
to somebody if substantial benefit Is Isto isto 1 3 Sto
to be derived derivedThe derIvedThe derivedThe
The form without the substance substancewill e ewill I Iwlli
will not go with the great bo bQiyqt bQiyqtpublic yqf yqfpublic c
public opinion which Is isbac standings standingsback st iung iungback
back bac t of lfhaPresfd the President nt The q dr ioi ioihave o ohave w whave It
have studied the question so s longi longiand IcIIi fg fgand r rand
and have listened to its exposition expositionby eXP < > sItton sIttonby 1by 1
by the President and nd others so cave cavefully cale calefully carefully
fully that they will not be fooled fooledThey fooledThey fooledThey
They will know whether they get getthe getthe ge 1 tthe
the real thing or a a counterfeit and andgentlemen andgentlemen an d dgentlemen <
gentlemen who are trying to invent inventan inyentan t tan
an imitation that will fool thepso thepsople the thepIe poc pocpie
pIe might as well give it up Any AnyImitation n I IImitation y I
Imitation will be emphatically emplatI l1y reps repudiated l 1diated L =
diated at the next election electionPrying electionPrying
Prying Off the Lid LidUncoverlne LidUncovering I
Uncovering graft Is the chIef po poHUcal po1ftlial pclitiaLresponsibilIty >
HUcal litiaLresponsibilIty responsibility of this genera generation genera generation g here L Ltics t ¬
tion tionOnce Once ce it it t Is dragged out of the theshadow theshadow tb e eshadow
shadow once it slaps the American Americanin n Uin
in the face with Its slimy mushy mushyhands mushyhands mush yhands y
hands he will be confronted with withthe with withthe ccit h Iithe
the further responsibility of chok choking chokIng choilug ¬
ing the life out of IL it B Bpt Bit it Jupt jU t now nowit nowit no TT v vIt
it Is his business to see our o our r political politicalcondition poUtlcalcondition polIt1c il iicondition
condition as It is isThe isThecampafgn IsThe
Thecampafgn The campaign in Philadelphia the thepostelejctjpn tb e eposteltQn j
postelejctjpn POstel fQ n revelation re Ve I tlOn ix ixYork in NeTH NeTHYork 4e 4eYork fir
York the the f > tl e eiflbhargos cJfi J ft 5char69s liarg agalnst aganStmachInes aainst1l aainst1lmacblues fie fiemachines e
machines whXcH whtc1 Whcliturn turn the ti State Statead Stateadministrations Sttt ad administrations I IininlstraUohs ¬
ministrations in Rhode Island r lar Connecticut Co Con Connecticut l Lnecticut i ¬
necticut New Jersey Maryland Ohio OhioIndiana OhioIndiana OhkIndiana
Indiana Illinois Kentucky Kt1ntucJ < y Tennes Tennessee Tennessee Tennesee 1 ¬
see Wisconsin Wisco sln Minnesota and other othersovereign othersovereign othe r rsovereign
sovereign Commonwealths have all allturned aUturned a II IIturned
turned on light But nothing has hasdone hasdone ha 8 8done
done so much to cram the unwel unwelcome unwelcome I Icome ¬
come truth down the throat of the iheaverage theaverage th e eaverage
average complacent American as > the thereport thei theireport e ereport
report on the filtration steal In Phil Philadelphia Plllladelphla I Iadelphia ¬
adelphia the failure of the Enter Enterprise Entrpr1se i r ¬
prise National Bank Bant In Allegheny Alleghenyand Al1eghenyand AlIeghenand rt t r
and the Inquiry now n w being be g conducted conductedinto cOIductedinto a aInto
into the Big Three insurance inB lnjiirance lrance com companies companies 1 1panics ¬
panies in New York YorkEverybody YorkEverybody rk rkEverybody
Everybody knows rnows the story of ofPhiladelphia ofPhIladelphia f fPhiladelphia
Philadelphia PhiladelphiaEverybody PhIladelphiaEverybody PhiladelphiaEverybody
Everybody has hu read Quays Quy famous famousor s 5or
or Infamous Int OJ15 vplum plurn tree tre dispatch dispatchEverybody dispatchEverybody j i iEverybody
Everybody knows 1qlows now that that the thesame thesame ti Ie ICsame
same machine stole 6 6oPODOIt 6OPO JPO00 and andtook andtOQl as ld Ldto d
took tOQl to l26UTtyei 12 12OOjive O11v via yj the city filtra filtration fiItratlon flltr 1 ition ¬
tion plant plantA Agi Aaeterybody everybody eV rybody waits waithtl w itstHe itstHereport tlie tliereport i Ic Icreport A e
report of the deputies d put1811 from the Na National National N It ational ¬
tional Treasury to learn what was wasdone wasdone w is isdone s
done with the million of State securi securities socurJties scour f J lties ¬
ties lifted from the Enterprise Bank Bankon Dankon lIar lk LICon
on worthless notes not s issued by b the thesame thesame U 1e 10ig 8
same gang Here the graft is being heir heirq Ig S
uncovered u as fast as the voter can canstand I I16tand
16tand stand the smell smellNew smellNew
New York York Is doing almost as well wellTwo wenTWo wellTvo
Two TWo of her prize prlz cracksmen crack men have haveturned ha haveurned ye
turned States St tes evidence evide e One OI ofithem ofithemGovernor dhel thein theinxGovernor 1 1Govcrnor i ilicitly
Governor Odell has stated ex explicitly explicitly ¬
plicitly p that the Big S r ha havaid has hasfeaid baaaid
feaid vaid aid protection money monaY mon to pt trie fljebther fljebthernator other otherSenator btherEenator
Senator nator Platt Yesterday the other otheradmitted otheradmitted otherdmitted
admitted admitted a receiving regular payments paymentsfro pny payiientsrnithIssource ents entsfr
fro fr f rnithIssource in ni this thissource source as farbackas his hismemory hismemory hismemory
memory dould ould go Both men rneii en are arecompetent arecompet areompetent
competent compet c nt to speak and both of them themregarded themregarded themegarded
regarded r this money mone as paid to fore forestall forestall foretall ¬
stall s tall action by the State Legislature Legislaturewhich L Legislaturewhich gislature gislaturewhich
which would be injurious injuriouS to the pres present present presnt ¬
ent a nt management of the three insur insurance in insurnco r ranca ¬
ance a nco companies companiesFurthermore companleFurthermore companiesFurthermore
Furthermore a former mayor of ofNew ofNew ofNew
New York took a share to forestall forestallany forestallany
any lesser action by the Tammany Tammanyadministration Tammanyadministration TammanyadminIstration
administration in the Greater city cityThus cityThus cilyThus
Thus the theiIlquiry inquiry completes the thescale thescale thescale50000
scale scale50000 gO000 OOOO to corrupt national nationalcommittees nationalcommittees nationalcommittees
committees 10000 to corrupt the theState theState theState
State and 6000 fo corrupt corrupt corruptthe the city cityThe cityThe
The end en is not yet Mr Depews Depewsrantankerous DepewsUrantnnkerous
rantankerous friend up the river rivernow rlyernow
now wants to add his mite j Mr MrHearst Mrxtaarst Mriearst
Hearst is diligently prying at the 1he lid lidWhich Udhich lidslilch
Which hich closes the Tammany election electionpot e electionpot ection ectionpot
pot There will be more light lIghtan lIghtanmore Ilghtand Ilghtandmore and andmore
more stench for the edification of ofthis otthis ofthlsgeneration
this thlsgeneration generation And while wh1fe we its i eyes eyessmart eyessmart eyessmart
smart and its nostrils recoil It will willbe willbe willbe
be well for It to ask itself the old oldold oldold oldold
old question questionWhat questionThat questionWhat
What That are you going to t do doit about aboutit aboutIt
A APield Field for Works WorksHalf W Worksialf or s sHalf
Half ialf a dozen dozenriteasures measures for the good goodof goodof goodof
of the District of Columbia are now nowpending now1J nowpending
pending 1J nding at the District building Re Reports Reports Reperth ¬
ports upon them are being prepared preparedby preparedby preparedby
by the various chiefs of division divisionwhose divisionwhose divisionwhose
whose responsibilities they affect affectmost affectmost affectmost
most intimately and the Board of ofCommissioners ofCmnmIssfoners ofCommissioners
Commissioners is waiting theoretic theoretically theoretically theoretically ¬
ally at least for their indorsements indorsementsbefore indorsementsbefore indorsementsbefore
before the bills are forwarded to toCongress toCongress tocongress
Congress with strong recommenda recommendations recommendations recommendations ¬
tions in favor of their enactment into intolaw IntoI intolaw I
law lawIn lawl lawIn
In I their substance subst nce these bills are arealready arealready arcalready
already familiar to the thepiUzens pl citizens ps pf pfthe p p1h0
Ltho the h0 District DistrIct DistrictOne f < i i X XOne t tOne
One of them grants the thet t Commis Commissioners CommIssloners Commissioners ¬
sioners in fact fact the authority evident evidently evi evidently ent ently ¬
ly contemplated by Congress when whenit whenit l Ij
it j Imposed upon the local street street rail railways rallways railways ¬
ways the thetIuty fluty of forwarding their theirschedules theirschedules theiischedules
schedules to o the Commissioners for forapproval forapproval foiapproval
approval before making them effec effective effective effecfive ¬
tive But Congress did not give force forceto forceto forecto
to the Commissioners Inspection by bycoupling b3 b3coupling r
coupling with that duty any punish punishment punIshment ¬
ment for failing to fulfill the t he sched schedwes schedules
wes The measure now In the hands handsof I Iof
of the Commissioners is designed designed to tocorrect tocorrect t tcorrect
correct that that mistake mistake lfwnibecome lfwnibecomelaw It w wflhi to f 1 1law i ilaw
law if the railroads are not not able ab1eto ab1etobeat toi toibeat t tbeat
beat It in the thelobbles lobbies ofthrCapitdlln ofthrCapitdllnThe otth orthdap1td1other Captt t tT1
The T1 s other bills extend and nd make makee m makipractical ke kepractical a
practical the authority of the Com Comr Commissioners Cornmissioners
missioners to make the city sanl sanla sanitary san santary
tary These cannot be passed upon upont uponuntil l 1until
until their form is definite defit ite Their TheIrD The r L Lchance
chance at becoming law lawif if In their theirfinal th thi Ir Irfinal r rfinal
final form they theyoughtto ought to become lawi law lawwill lay r rwill
will depend upon getting out of otthe o r rthe
the two committees and before the theHouse theHouse th thHouse a
House and Senate Senatee SenateThese
These bills and the others which whichthe whichthe 1 1the
the Commissioners will frame fr1 meas measthe as asthe ai I Ithe
the session of Congress progresses progressesafford progres es esIt S 3afford
afford the Board of Trade the the Busi Business Busiless Business
ness Mens Association and the sev several
eral citizens associations a fine op opportunlty opportunity o oportunity
portunity to do the District practical practicalservice practicalservice 1 1service
service The railroad bill is likely llkelyto likellto
to be beaten even with all these thesebodies thesebodies thes thesbodies
bodies active In its favor But it itis itt I t I IIs
is certain to be beaten unless the theDistrict theI th thIMstrfct
District forces the conviction upon upony upoithe 1
I the two District Committees that the theL tb e acommunity
j community as a whole demands demandssome B SEune
some 8 me such control of Its street rail railways raIlway3 railways ¬
ways The sanitary bills assuming assumingthat aSsumIngthat assumin go gthat
that they ought to pass are in indanger indangor Ii Iidanger rl
danger of no worse fate than hiber hibernation hlbernation hibernaUon
nation These different representa representat representative
tive bodies are the only forc forcev that thatcan thatcan tha t tcan
can keep them awake awakee awakeThe awakeThe
The Board of Trade Trade the Business Businessn BusinessMens SMens S
Mens Association and all the citi citiy cUfzens citizens
zens associations believe in their theirh theirown the r rown
own usefulness So does The Times TimesBut rimes rimesBut I
But The Times believes also als alsoan alsoanmost and andTT andmost d 1
most of the citizens citIzens enrolled enro d by byt these theseil thes 1es 1esbodies e abodies
bodies will concur with It itthat itthatthIs that thatthis t tthis
this usefulness is a thing of works workse work worka s a <
and a d not of faith only Here is a afir ald
field eld ld for works And the community communityer community communitye cornrnunit cornrnunitnay y aV V j
er nay be expected to note not the theharvest theharest th e eharvest
harvest only but the labor h in the thei th thvineyard e a
vineyard as well wellArt wellArt wellArt
Art Is high In New York all right As Asmuch ft S Smuch 3
much oa a 85 was offered for two seats at atthe atthe n Lt Ltthe t
the opera Monday night nightCursa nightCUnJB nightCurse
Curse your charity wo want work workIs workIa
la the cry of Londons unemployed unemployedThose unempl ed edThose L 1 1Thoo
Those fellows feU ws will bo put out of the thee theunion ti Ie 0 0union
union If they are not caroful carofulAmbassadorships carofulAmba8sadorshlps carefulAmbaasadorshipz
Ambassadorships have always been beenrated beenrated be in Sirated
rated high but few of us suspected that thati thatnot tis it LInot
not even tho Mutual had money enough enoughr enou h hto htobuyoneln
to tobuyoneln tobuyonelnjy buy one In InThey InThey
They came near noarlocklag locking up the whole wholeproject wholeproject who Ie Iaproject e
project with Jth their recommendation in infavor InCavor I n afavor
favor of a nolook canal canalThe conalThe canaLThe
The Federation of Womans Clubs Clubswants Clul
wants the sahool board Odrl enlarged That Thats Thstmight Tis tt ttmight
might be wall on the thgory ofdllut ofdllutj ot dilut dilutIng Itt t Ihig
ing the present board as m1ch1iBpos m1ch1iBposM much as s pos poslble po I IMbIe j >
MbIe MbIeThe lble lbled M
J Jld
fe The Tammany 1 manY tiger is Is li said I to iiiiyji iiiiyjijpwrrad 1aV hai r rn
jpwrrad purred as 8J110ng long as Senator SenatorPlatt Platt wa wu en oni a athe in n
I the stand standA
Mm 1a r tqo tqoT T Platt PlattThe Piatts PlattThe
The Graf Grafters terB Calendar Nov tZJ tZJf 2
I grafter Is l known by the company comrail tha th
k RPt p hl hl1e him himHowd
1 Howd you OU like to be the
I agent
Russian Ambassador mbassad i Will WillEntertain WillEntertain ViII ViIIEnt
Entertain Ent rtain Diplomatic Corps CorpsSTAFF CorpsSrAFF CorpsSTAFF
I 1 1l3aron
Baron 1 B aron and Baroness Baron ss Are Af ATe Exceedingly ExceedinglyPopular Exceed ExceedinglyPopular ingly
Popular Here and J Made fade Many ManyFriends ManyFriend IIanyFriend I
Friends Friend at Portsmouth PortsmouthBaron PortsmouthEaron PortsmouthBaron
Baron Rosen the he RtissMri RussIJi anSbfessador anSbfessadorand ambttssadornp nib1iss or orand
and and a np Baroness Rosen Roqenwn wIll wI1iopen4hhr wI1iopen4hhresidence lopenSthr lopenSthrresidence ope thplr thplrreslden
residence reslden r e on Furragut Square SQu r this tlI5 af afternoon dtternoon tfernoon ¬
ternoon t ernoon for a reception re cptlon toi tothe ihe Diplo Diplomatic DIplomatic DJRIOmatic ¬
i iSo 4So
matic Corps CorpsSo
So rapid has gro grown > vn n the popularity 10P tiltfr1t y of ofthese ofthese
these members of the corps since slncetheJr slncetheJrArrlal sincetheirarrival their theirarrival
arrival here last summer > r that it seems seemsalmost seemsalmost Seemsalmost
almost unnecessary for them to hold hol l a areception nreceptIon areception
reception at all but lut nevertheless t they theymust theymust ey eytnust
must follow out precedent precedentTha tnece lwecedentThe ent entThe
The bftron biU n and baroness barofi ss arrived arrlV last lastsummer lastsUmmer lastsummer
summer In time for the opening < 1P nlng dt O lthe lthepeace the thepeace thepeace
peace negotiations at t Portsmouth > Me Meand Meand Meand
and while the baron was wnsbusll busily engaged engagedIn engagc engagcIn
In official o ttI cl ILl affairs the baroness made madehosts madehosts madehosts
hosts of friends among the fashionable fashionablewomen fashionablevOmen faahlonablewomen
women who summer in that part of Q the thecountry th thcountry thecountry
country Since their their arrival in WashIngton WashIngton Wash Washington ¬
ington they have also Iso been been mucbspught mucbspughtand m m c c5pught c5pughtazid O1 O1antI
and aro already favorites t8 9r1te lieTO lieTOThe liereThe hie hieThe >
The reception rec ptlon lsfrom Is from o to 7 1 q QJJock QJJocktbls oioekthis cloekr cloekrthis >
this afternoon and the members memberot of t the thestaff thestat thestag
staff now nOw In the city will assist a slst in en entertainlng entertaining entertalning
tertainlng though the baron and baron baronass baroness baronass
ass will receive recelyealone recelyealoneVice alone aloneVice aloneVice
Vice President Pre ldent and Mrs Fairbanks Fairbankshave Falrbanks Falrbankshavo FairIMtnkshave
have taken a a lease on the residence of ofRepresentative otRepresentatie ofRepresentatlve
Representative Edward deV Morrell of ofPhiladelphia orPhiladelphia ofPhiladelphia
Philadelphia which is located et the thecorner thecorner thecorner
corner corner of Seventeenth and K streets streetsThey streetsThey streetsThey
They will move there today The Th house houseis houseIs houseIs
is admirably located and adapted to tolarge to1arge tolarge
large entertainments The Vice nce Presi President President President ¬
dent and Mrs Fairbanks came to Wash Washington WashI WashIngton ¬
ington for the Hitchcock wedding also alsoto 01180to alsoto
to settle for t tie e winter winterThe wlnt winterThe r rThe
The board of managers managers of the Vgo Vgomens Wernens Yo Yomens
mens Christian Association Asso l tion assistcdnbjfe assistcdnbjfethe assfst assiatedtthe dI dItbe
the officers of the theY YObiChriCtian XouiT b 1 Wothens WothensChristian WoiheI WoiheIChrl I
Christian Chrl ChriCtian lan Association gave an anniver anniversary annlversarytea annivernary ¬
nary sarytea tea yesterday afternoon att rnoon from A 4 to toG toG I
G oclock at the associations home home 1719 i719l 1719Thirteenth riiThirteenth
Thirteenth Thlr centh street The rooms of the thelarge theIarg thelarge
large Iarg building were tastefully decorated decoratedwith decoratedwith decoratedwith
with palms and fall fall flowers Miss Elton EltonRonsavllle EltonRonsaYI11e EltonRonsavllle
Ronsavllle violinist accompanied by byher byber byher
her sister Mrs Vreeland gave gave a a short shortmuslcale shortmusIcale shortmusicale
musIcale during the afternoon afternoonThe atternoonlThe afternoonsThe
The guests were received by b Sirs Mr John JohnM TohnlL I Lai
M Harlan Mrs Mr David J Brewer Mrs MrsB MrsB Mrsr
B Et Whittlesey Mrs Bodflsh and Miss MissM MissM n nki
M B Pancoast of the board of manag managera matingers managers ¬
ers of the two h o associations associationsThose 4ssoclatfonsThose AssociationsThose
Those presiding over the tables were wereTha wereThe wereThe
The Misses Wright Mrs Frank N NThurston NThurston NThurston
Thurston Mrs A A Aspinwall Mrs MrsN 1 MrsN > Irs IrsN
N A Robbins Miss Mabel Thurston Thurstonand Thurst Thumstonand n nand
and Mrs M Is E Pancoast Those as assisting asslstlng asSlating ¬
Slating were Mia 1tlSJi HelntWoodwardv 4il nWooQ1J l y t
Mrs Irs H E Day Da Mrs Ml8 F F E Ci c cMiss Haridy HaridyMiss Hand Handa
Miss Jessie Potwln Mrs R tt T Lei telpold Leipold Leipold
pold Mrs rs J T L Nuber Mrs W WL WLCIlrt L LCHft LClift
CHft Miss JM J 1L Flatter c Mrs IX D DFreeman A AFreeman a aFreeman
Freeman Dr Anna I L Brown and Miss MissF MIssl MIs J tF
F E ChickerIng ChickerlngMrs ChickerIngr
Mrs Irs McMillan widow of the t1 tf former formerSenator fmmeiSenator r rr
Senator from Michigan will have as asher asher a aher
her guest In Washington next week we k the theBaroness tnur tfl tflBaroness
Baroness von ICetteler widow of Baron Baronvon Barona Baronyon BaronvonKetteer
von vonKetteer > Ketteler ette er once connected with the theGerman theGorman thcGerman
German embassy here and who lost losthis losthiS losihis
his life 11fe In the Boxer troubles She will willremain wit I IremaIn
remain reman in Washington for several days daysThe daSThe daysThe
The Baroness was formerly Miss Led Ledyard Ledyard Ledyard
yard ofDctrolt at Detroit daughter daU hterof of oftheres1 oftheres1dent thepresl thepresldenfof th rcsl I
denfof dent of the Michigan 1lfchl an Central ntr Railroad Railroadand 1 Balirontdand tr d I
and was well known in Washington and andNew ahdNew a5 I INew
New York York This IB her firstvisit firstvi1tthis to tothis tothis
this city since her marriage marriageThe marriageThe
The ladles of the Southern Relief So Socloty 80cloty Socloty
cloty and kindred men and womens or organizations organJzatfons ¬
ganizations contemplate having in the theConfederate theConfedemte th thConfederate a
Confederate Veterans Hall Itomorrow Itomorrowt tomorrow tomorrowevening tomorrotevening
evening an entertainment for thtf pur purpose purpose ¬
pose of raising a sum to procure procureThanksgiving procureTbanksgllvlng procurThanksiving C
Thanksgiving supplies for the needy needyConfederate need needConfederate
Confederate widows wl iJWS and their depend dependents d dependents pend pende ¬
ents Mrs Rosalie Rosa le A Bocock Boc k of the theConcord theConcord lb e eConcord
Concord Is chairman of the execu executive execuB executive ¬
tive committee and Is In charge of f the thedetails thodetails th 0 0details 1
details of the evenings entertainment entertainmentwhich entertainmentwhich entertainmeniwhich
which is to crnsist of vocal and instru instrumental Instrugo ¬
gomentl1 mental music and to conclude with withdance a adance arl a
dance to be participated in by the theyounger theyounger lb a ayounger
younger set Refreshments will be beserved beserved b bserved
served by the young oung lady members to totheir totheir t ttheir
their welcome guests guestst guestsThe
The arrivals In Now york ork city cltytQday cltytQdayfrom today todayfrom tgda y yfrom
from Washington Include Mrs R BHarton A AHarton AHarton
Harton J A Hobson R RoB S Howell W WS WS S
Kennedy and wife wft Mrs W R Lawson LawsonW LawsonV LawsonI 1
W V R Lawson W Marcus F L I 14 Neu Neubreck NeubI1tCk Nevi I
breck and wife lte Mrs J T E Reyburn Reyburnworth Re ReyburrMX5 burn burnr i
Mrs Slater Mrs Bont1g O Vend Wendworth Vendworth
worth 0 D Barring A A A Erby H HW HI 1 1W
W V Harrison J G Htland H Hollerith HollerithB 1 IB
B V Murphy J A A OShea F C Prln Prlndie Prlndie Prindie
die W V V H AlIen J S Carroll H B Be Be I IBond
Bond E H Bowman W N Cromwell CromwellMrs Cromwellt CromwelMrs
Mrs J S Devlne F C Horman Hormanjhn M MCohn
Cohn jhn W V C Colwell J B Dai DaIh h E E EEllis Es I IEllis
Ellis H W V Fuller C H Johnson Mrs MrsW MnW
V W C Lewis J T R Yates and wife wifej wltea wltey wifeMrs
Mrs Louis Newmper of the Falcon Falconentertained Falconenterta1npd 1 1entertained
entertained at tea Monday afternoon In Ine Ine I Ihonor
honor of Mrs lrs Aron Blrkenwald of Bal Bala Baltlmore r rtimore
tlmore Among those present were Mrs MrsA MnA
A A Sigmund Mrs Wallernsteln Mrs M MNewmeyer MNewmeyer It ItNewineyer
Newmeyer Mrs D 1 1 L Engel Mrs Syd Sydney Sydne 1 ¬
ney ne C Kaufman Mrs Ned Meyer Mrs Mrss MnSimon 3 i
Simon Simon ICann and Mrs A Blrkenwald BlrkenwaldMr Birkenwaldand
Mr and Mrs Jake Cans of Richmond Richmondare I Iare I
are hare for a few days visiting their theirdaughter theirdanghtor thol Ir Irdaughter r
daughter Miss Mena Cans who Is here hereat hereat her e 0at
at school schoolMr schoolL schoolMr
Mr and Mrs Alfred Roedelheim of ofPhiladelphia ofPhtJadelphla c f fPhiladelphia
Philadelphia were here for a few days daysthis daysthis dg
this week whllo on their wedding tour tourin tourIn r rSydney
Sydney May of New Ne York is I sp Snen SnenLt ml mlit I Ilug I
ing a few days here with Gerome rome Lyon Lyonh Lyotof
of Columbia road roadMrs roaditEms rond2Jrs
Mrs 2Jrs Samuels and Miss RegIna Mur Mure MurIe
feldt of Baltimore spent a n few day daysn dU
here this week weakMlw weekMillS weekMiss
MillS Malvine Woog of this city ha haas haas ht L Las
as her 11urguost guest Miss Reglno SlcJier o oJB OJs >
JB s New York YorkMrs YorkItt i irs
Mrs rs Ed Tanzer of Cumberland Md MdbJ MdbWbeen
hajfvbewi bJ > ean the guest of ber siBtar Mrs Mrsj Mr MrBGrthH Ils IlsBtrth
Bertha Btrth Coblenzer of tho Lenox for Uu UumiHt Ulft II t trst
miHt t two Wo weeks weekai weelts1IIs weeksBlanche
i ikifa 1IIs Blanche Hollander of this city cityhas cllyin cit cithas
has gone to New York Yorktora for > at feiw rqw weeks weeksstay wee week weekstay i
stay stayGeneral 8 stayGeneral ti
General and Mrs Groelv Grael have just Is Issued I Isue4 a asue4
sued sue4 cards for the coming out outtea tea o otheir oj ojth otheir
their th lr daughter d uhtcr Miss Rose Ishbe IshbeA IshbeJA iahb e eGrly
A Greely for December I IDr Iat 1Dr
Dr and d Mrs Charles R Shopard hav havjust Jta JtaiuOt <
just returned r trncd to their home In tho ciu ciuafter cltJal ci L Lafter
after al r having spent the summer abroad abroadce dTheiJ d
ce Their daughter daug ter Mlas tlls Ivonno IvonnuZhepnv ShQpard ShQpardone ah untd untdone d aone
one of the seasons debutantes who wou w a
WiTh With the Ambassador Ambass or of f the Ruisian R R1 ilSf iMi 1i Embassy Etnba sy Baron Rosen Will Formally FormallyReceive Formallyceive FormallyReceive
Receive ceive the Members MembeisfthDiplomat1cCorpsThis of > f the th Diplomatic Corps Cor s This Afternoon From 5 to 7
Married at Noon iIoop In in Her Fle Rhode Island IsIandAvenue Avenue Home Hpll1e to toSfdh tof foSidyer
< f Sfdh Si Sidyer h e yr Small S < 1ialJ > of ITorontorMahy Guests Gu GuestsCarne GuestsCarnei sts Game Gamew
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Afashlonableweddlrtgat A fashionable fashionablewedding wedtlltg at nqontoday nqontodaywaa noon noontoy noontoywn today todaywof >
wn waa that of Miss Ethel thel th l Dallafe D Dpil I Horst Horstmann H Horstmann rst rstmann
mann and Sidney jSmal1 Small of 1orontoCanada Toronto TorohtoCanada TorontoCanad
Canada y which took place at the Horst Horstmann Horstann Horstmann
mann ann residence reslde c 1710 Rhode Island I landav landavnue ave avenue ayesue
nue sue <
The c dmwlng rooms roOms were were beautlful bOantitulwith beautlfulwith b a t t l l1th
with 1th a floral decoration of chrysanthe chrysanthemums chr ciluysartilemuns sant e eI ¬
mums roses roses asparagus vines fries and 1lnlpalms andpalins nd ndpwm5
palms The Marine Orchestra played playedin playedina in ina Ina
a concealed alcove on the stairway dur during auring during ¬
ing the wedding service The Rev Ro Roland Roland BalanU ¬
land Cotton Smith Smlthotfiolated SmlthotfiolatedThe officiated officiatedThe v vThe
The The bride was given gcn away awai i by b > y h her herbrother halbrother r rbrother
brother F Oden Horstrtanft and had hadno hadno hadno
no attendants She wore a a brldal brld bi1dalrobe bi1dalrobep robe robeof robei robeipt
of p white satin and applique a pll1ue lice l moe ce with withthe withthe Ith Iththe
the conventional bridal veIl ell n of r tune tulle She Sheiirfjda SheP Sheirijn4
iirfjda P ri a large bunch of whHfeprcW4s whHfeprcW4sloosely whlt whitjnprCbiIlsloosely prc ds ds100s
loosely 100s loosely IY arranged arrgtt ed Mr r Small had h 15 as his his1best hishest hisbest
best man R B Henderson qPToTon qPToTonto < f Toron Toronto I i
to A wedding breakfast breakfasttoll breakfasLfollOWed folldwed wed the theceremony theceremony theceremony i
ceremony Mrs Bolt theelden the eldcq e1des Bister Bisterof fliste7 fliste7J tistorof I
of the bride received r 43lV d She S S1ieore i wore woro a agown npown aOWfl
gown OWfl of pale green crepe and lace and andlace anda andalacebat
a alacebat alacebatThe lace hat hatThe hatThe
The outoftown outootto n guests included Ir Qlu9 < l Mr Mrand Mrnnd Mrand
and Mrs Budden of Montreal Mr Mrand Mramd Mrand
and Mrs Arthur Small John JOhnSmal1Mr JOhnSmal1MrDarllng Small Mr MrDarling MrDarling
Darling Mr Henderson Hender dn andMr andIt LoWe LioWeall LoWcal1 LoWeall
all of Toronto Mr and Mrs Walter WalterHorstmann W WalterHorstmann 1ter 1terHorstmann
Horstmann the Misses Horstmann and andDr andDr andDr
Dr Francis Packard all of Philadelphia PhiladelphiaAmong PhiladelphiaAmong PhiladelphiaAmong
Among the Washington society people peoplepresent peopleprosent peoplepresent
present were tho thoFre French ch Ambassador Ambassadorand Ambassadorundlm AmbassadorandMmJqsmranttJUStt
and undlm andMmJqsmranttJUStt Mme JusBQranfl Tu5J r n JTustlqe Justice e ConJ Mrs MrsWhite l4r l4rVhlte IdrpWhite
White Mr Mrsnd and Mrs Wayne Ma MMaVeagh Ma1iiss klao klaoVeagh
Veagh MJss fJs MacVeagh Secretary Sec SecrotarP etarr and andMrs An Anirs AndMfs
Mrs irs Root Miss Root Root the Austrian AustrianAmbassador Au5trhinAmbassador ustrl n nAmbassador
Ambassador and Baroness Hettgelmul Hettgelmuller
ler the British Ambassador Ambassadorand and nd Lady LadyDurand LadyDurand LadyDumand
Durand Mis MIss Durand Viscount sic sicChnmbrun de deChambrun Ieand
Chambrun and Mrs and Mrs Irs John It RAIcLean ItUcLean itMcLean
AIcLean AIcLeanMr McLeanMr UcLeanMr
Mr and Mrs Small left the city this thisafternoon thisafternoon thisafternoon
afternoon and will make their future futurehome tuturhome futurehome
home in Canada Mrs Small wore a atraveling ntravelhtg atraveling
traveling gown and hat of brown She Sheis
is popular here and received many gifts giftsespecially giftsespecially giftsespecially
especially from her herdiplomatic diplomatic friends trlendsAn friendsAn
An important wedding which will take takeplace talteplace takeplace
place this evening Is that at 730 oclock oclockat oclock oclockat oclocktt
at the home of Mr and Mrs Matthew l M tthew tthewTrimble tthowJYrimble j jTrimble
Trimble 130 Rhode Rho e Island avenue avenueTheir avenuoTheir avenueTheir
Their daughter Miss Frances Marlon MarlonTrimble MarlonTrimble MarionTrimble
Trimble and Dr Henry Fenno Saw Sawtelle Sawte11e Sawtelle
telle will be married marriedThe marriedTho marriedThe
The Rev Re Roland Cotton Smith rector rectorof r rectorof tor torot
of St Johns Protestant Protest nt fcpiscopal fcpiscopalChurch EplficopnlChurch piicopal piicopalChurch
Church will perform the ceremony The Thebride Thobride Thebride
bride will be given in marriage by her herfather herfatber herfather
father Matthew Trimble TrimbleThere TrimbleThere TrimbleThere
There will be no attendants and the theceremony theceremony theceremony
ceremony will be witnessed by b only the theimmediate theImmediat9 theimmediate
immediate relatives Afterward a a re reother reception
ceptlon will be held from S to o 10 oclock oclockAtter oclockAfter
After a wedding trip toN tONeWXOrk wXorJc and nndother andother
other points North and East the couple coupleavenue couplewill couplewill
will be at home at 1320 Rhode Island Islandaenue Islandavenue
avenue northwest on the first fond third thirdThursdays thirdlhur thirdThursdays
Thursdays lhur dasln in in January JanuaryThe JanuaryThe Taruary TaruaryTho
The marriage of Miss Cora May tny X Lyon Lyonand Lyonand > yon yonand
and Howard Dolmar Chapman will take takeplace takeplace takeplace
place this evening at 1 7oclock oclock oclock at the theabroad theabroad
abroad with them Is visiting her grand grandi grandmother grandmother
mother at Lenox LenoxMrs LenoxMrs LenoxMrs
Mrs Southorland and the Misses Mary MaryI Maryand Itiar Itiarand
and Harriet Southerland entertained at atr Ata ata
a dinner complimentary to Miss Miss Zadle Zadlee ZadleGaff ZadleGaff
Gaff now a guest of Commander and andMrs andMrs andMrs
Mrs Southerland The guests were the thef the11I1S09 theMisses
Misses Ellis of New Orleans Miss Mis Hoyt Hoyts HoytlIr Hoyttr
s Mr tr Langjiorno Lieutenant Andrews AndrewsCaptain AndrewsAptan AndreWsCaptain
Captain Hardinir Mr Gulick Mr Cres Cres8on CresIOn Cresson
IOn Ford Thompson Mr Calderon Cnlderonand and andI andMr
Mr Lindsay of the British embassy embassyMrs embassyMrs embassyMTL
Mrs E C Brooks wife of o Captain CaptainlWIV2lt CaptainBrooks CaptainBreoks
of the Elev Eleventh nth Unlthrl UnlthrlStatM ilntttidStatee
Brooks lWIV2lt formerl formerly 1UX lilcl 1 j Wfc 3 JUM > v vState
N State Cavalry C valry has taken the th house 1502 1502a 150 150Sevent 150iSventdenth
rs a Seventeenth Sevent nth street During Captain CaptainBrooks CaptainDrooks CaptainBrooks
Brooks absence ab ence on business in South SouthAmerica SouthAmtn1ca SouthAmerica
America Mrs Brooks will have with her hera herthfJt hertheit
a thole thfJt two atrtioolglrl s hoolglrl daughters Margaret Margaretf Margaretand Margaretnn41
OJ f and Dorothy and ntL her mother mofittrMr mofh r Mrs MraGray MrsGray t tOra
Gray GrayMr Ora GrayMr
Mr and ane Mn John JhnnPitlln Phllln p Uln Sousa Jr JrWHlard Jrftre Jritre
ftre milking n a short visit althe at the Now Nowwmard NewWillard
WHlard en route from their honeymoon honeymoontravel honeymoont91el honeymoontavel
travel t91el In the South Southi SouthTtlli
The r alumnae alum tno of or St Cecilias ecf1las Academy Academytheir AoadernyStxl AondGin t tSlxp
Slxp Stxl and East Capitol streets ftr ehwlll will give ghetheir givetheir i
their annaul banquet at tho the aoademy aoademythi aQa1 acatlemythu my
thi evening at 730 7 oclock oclockj oclockAn
j f
1 1 An entertainment and dance will be beIvea begiven begiven
given Ivea at Carroll Institute Hall this even evenre evenIns evemlug
Ins for the benefit of the Shrine of tho thoSacred th thSacred I
e Sacred Heart He rt Those In charge are Mrs MrsG tlrsGeorge trs trsGeorle
G George orte May tay Mrs William Warthr Warthran WarthranMiss Y rthren n nd
Miss Linda Holmea1 Mrs trs Oliver Iloltz Iloltzd HOltzman JiOltzmrui
man Mrs John Cammack and Mrs A Ais A ABrooks An
is n Brooks
residence of the brides brl b das es parents Mr Mrand Itirand Mr1pd
and Mrs M H J 1 Lyon 14 Tenth street streetnortheast streetnortheast lre t tnortheast
northeast The officiating om laUItg clergyman clergymanwill clersYmarlul clergymanwill
will ul b be the theRe Rev John Compton Ball Ballpastor Ballpastor Ballpastor
pastor of the Metropolitan Baptist BaptistChurch BaptlstChurCh BaptistChurch
Church i iThe aThe
The maid of lionor will be Miss Ethel EthelPlehorty EthelFJe EthelFleharty
Plehorty FJe nrt apd the nest man James JamesBrooks JamesBrooks JamesBrooks
Brooks The two little nieces nl oes of the thebride thebride
bride Misses Esther and Mary Lyon LyonwJll Lyonwin Lyonwilt
win be the ribbon girls and her nephew nephewMaster nephewlnst nephewIfnster
Master lnst r Henry Arthur Lyon jr will willcarry willcarry willcarrytlic
carry carrytlic tho wedding ring on i t silver plate plateA plat platA plateAreception
A Areception reception receptlonwmtQU will wIllfc fQpwbffore WJo wbozq 4the the pe pepartute de departure 4eparture ¬
parture of the cooplc co o tile lo for tor Or a Soulhern Soulherntripr S ihern iherntrjp
trip tripr After Aft r December 6 Uiej will be at athome
home at 14 Tenth street 8 eet northeast northeastAUSSCryider nor beast
AUSSCryider JA J qi u1urAdi Pu Adle Adl daughter OJ < ft Jilr JilrandMrsi OIr drntld OIritlt1
itlt1 andMrsi ntld M MtSIhtIriee Slaiirlce lrlce J Adler will 111 be mar marI marnod
rlod this evening at the home of it her heri herparents
parents to toCharl Charles 1S Milton MUtonNowman Newman ot otJ oforth
J North orth Carolina CarolinaDr Carollpn CarohipaDr
Dr and Mrs Randolph Lowe Eliot Eliothave Eliothaye Eliothave
have issued invitations for the mar marriage marriage ¬
riage or 0 their daughter Jessie Eugenie Eugenieand Eugenieand
and Charles Newton Thompson Owing Owingto Owingto Owingto
to Illness In the family there will be beno j
no reception following the ceremony ceremonywhich ceremon ceremonwhich ceremonywhich
which will take place Thursday Thursda De December December Dccomber ¬
cember 7 at 730 p m in St Andrews AndrewsChurch AndrewsChurch
Church ChurchMrs ChurchMrs ChurchMrs
Mrs Eleanor Harrison widow of the thelate thelat t tlath
late lat Hilton S Harrison entertained at ata ala
a heart luncheon yesterday In honor of ofr other olher
r her daughter Miss Louise Harrison Harrisonandnnd Harrisonand HarrisonitndtlId
andnnd and ftd girts Irlt Irl who will attend her a at her hermarriage hermarnaget herThar1age
marnaget marriage today day to Evans BrOwne BrdwheHeartshaped BrOwnelIenrtshaped BrOwneHeartshaped
Heartshaped decorations were in pink pinkcakes pinkand plnhand
and white Salads ices bonbons ad adcakes apd I Icakes
cakes alj al took the same forflT forflTAmong torrtrAmong fomfitAmong
Among the guests gu Sts were era the maid of ofhonor ofhonor o ohonor
honor Miss Elite Cassel and the brides bridesmaids bridesmaids bnidesmaids ¬
maids Miss Helen MacDowell Miss MissFrances 11IS8Frances It1is5Frances
Frances Cassel Miss Margaret Hough Houghton Houghton Houghton
ton Miss Alice Taylor Miss Mary Itfar ItfarDove
Dove and Miss Ruth Browne and Mi Mia Miarora MisFlora s sFlora
Flora Britton Miss Mary Mar Enochs Mies MiesMargaret MI28Margaret Mis MisMargaret
Margaret Woodward and Mrs John JohnComer jobnComer JohnCorner
Comer of Comer Ala a brido of last lastmonth lastmonth Ianmonth
month who formerly was Miss Helen HelenBrowne HelenBrowne Helen HelenBrowne
Browne sister of the bridegroom of oftomorrow oftomorrow o r rtomorrow
tomorrow tomorrowEvans tomorrow11ans tomorrowEvans
Evans Browne entertained his ushers ushersbest usherbest ushersbest
best man and a few friends at dinner dinnerIn dinnerIn dlnnetin
In his fathers home In P street yester yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
day evening eveningThe eveningThe eveningThe
The wedding takes place at S oclock oclockthis oclockthis ocloclthis
this evening at St Margarets Episco Episcopal Eplscopnl Episcopal ¬
pal Church ChurchMr ChurchMr i iMr
Mr Browne will be attended by b his hisbrother hisbrother hi hibrother
brother Alexander Britton Browne as asbest asbest a S Sbest
best man mqn The ushers wlll be Coulter CoulterWells CoulterVeUs CoulteVehls
Wells Maury Maury Dove Jr Aldis Browne Brownebrother Brownebrother Brownebrother
brother of the bridegroom who has hascome Ira Iracome
come come down from Yale to act Richard RichardKlonoy Richardl RicharaFlonoy
Klonoy l < lonoy Herman Charlton Graves Her Herman Herman Herman ¬
man K Harrison brother of the bride brideand brideand brideand
and Bayard Bennett and Louis Wlehle Wlehleboth Wlehleboth Wiehieboth
both of New York YorkThe Yorkrhe Yorkrhe
rhe young oung ladies of the bridal brl al party partyare part partRre r rare
are all classmates of the bride at au a Wil Wilson WUson Vfl Vflson ¬
son College In Chamborsburg Pa PaMr PaMr t > a aMr
Mr and Mrs Joseph A Thompson an announce announce anflounce
nounce the engagement of their daugh daughter daughtar ¬
ter Miss Lottie T Thompson of this thiscity thiseit thi s Scity 5
city eit to Clarence R Price of Columbia ColumbiaPa ColumbhtPa ColumbiePa
Pa The marriage will take place at the thehome thehome tb e ehome s I
home of Mr and Mrs Price in Colum Columbia Colume ¬
ida 1 > Ia at 2 oclock Thursday Thursda The couple couplewill couplewill couplwill e
will make their home in that city cityBATTLESCABBED clt cltBATTlESCARRED clW8ATftE81ARREEi
Small Boys Fire Catches Building That ThatWas ThatWas Tha C t tWas
Was Center of Struggle in inCivil inCivil inCivil
RICHMOND RICHtdND va Va a N Nov V Historic Historicold 11lstori 11lstorild hIlrjtoriold c
old ld Arrowfleld Methodist Church Churchnear bl1urcbnear fliurcI 1 Inear
near Ctiijster Chest r one of r the timehonored timehonoredmemorials u a amemorlnlsof j
memorials memorlnlsof of the civil war W tU lies destroy destroyed destro destroed ¬
ed by fire flreSmall fireSmall fireSmall
Small b byir < fys sot ot tire flre to tQthe tQ the adjacent adjacentwoods adjaco adJacotwoods
woods and an allowed the flames to get go t ber beryond be bt btyond
yond their control and attack atta attacl th thchurch th9 th9church Uichurch
church churchThGrburnIng churchThtkburnlng churchThobumning >
ThGrburnIng of the old church was dns as a agreat agreat r rgreat
great historical loss In the battle batt1 that thatwas thatwas thr thrwas i
was fought near Chester the church was wasso wasi we s
so riddled with bullets that it was after afterward nfterward afte r rward ¬
ward unsafe to conduct services 2 rlces there thereTho tnereTho tjicr e CThe
Tho congregation was reimbursed for forthe torthe ft Ir r r rtIre
the building after the war The money mont y
thus acquired was used for the building buildingof buildin buildinef
of a n new w church the old edifice bslngi bslngiretained b beta betaretained lnGl lnGlretnlned
retained ns a relic of o the great conflict conflictSmitliklns t II
I OR ORsmtt111 OHSmitlihins
Smitliklns smtt111 tnli 10 I n very Or popular man manHe manHe mat matHe 11
He hasnt an enemy in the world worldNelttier worldceither orJd
Nelttier Nelt1 Er has an anldlotDal1as idiot Dallas NewS N < w S
Wish Heroes Hero s ofPkace ofPkaceq ofPkaceBuri OfPeaceBuried of Pkaee PkaeeBuried q
Buried Buri d M in t ArlingtonAdv Arlington ArlingtonpMul ArliniitonAdvoatfTthus
Adv AdvoatfTthus Ga1 pMul 6jiUsH Honoring h r n9 Statesmen StatesmenEduu StatesmenEduucasand4itjsIsArj5e Edu Eduj Educq
cq casand4itjsIsArj5e n j Aj tisfsvArise istsA ise and Meet M eeL Ob ObleGlifig ObJ Ob Objecti
J 4 41r
1r leGlifig jecUfflfiMi jecti g Military it ry Men
Shall distlngalzhjid dlsUndl ds 1ngzIshrud iwd civilian ci tlIAn dead be befcurled b baurled beburIed
burIed in n Arlington ArUngo Arinjontnd and rid other military militarycemeteries mltlt mltltcemelrrtes1 milltrycemeter1t2
cemeteries cemeteriesThis cemelrrtes1This cemeter1t2This
This Is a question ighjplvjs I iP Js arousing arousingwidespread af ausingwidespread < u lng lngwldespr
widespread wldespr ad and at it tfnica trm hot discus dUcussion dllJcu dllJcusion discusion
sion ion among those Vho WhoqpjiO tvho qpjjios Opioa6and tand and those thosei thoa thoawho thotwho
i who advocate the move mov lsugge5tedt suggested by byQuartermaster byQuartermaster > y yQuattermaster
Quartermaster General O n rnl C CJ 3 1Ilhhinphrey 1Ilhhinphreyin Humphry Humphryin U nPhr nPhrin
in his report to the Secretary of War Warrecommending WnrI Warrecommending
recommending recomn1 ncUng that th at distinguished distt n S11 d C civil civilIan clviiIan 111 111tan
I Ian dead ba h acceded acc tded the jiHvittege j1lJlexeot of in interment Intennent ittterment ¬
terment In Arlington ArU gtorl and other ceme cemeteries Cesieteries ene eneterles ¬
teries made famous famo s so sof fir fgronly r only onI bythfc bythfci by bytheSahes th thI
I i ashes of those th se wh Wboh haVfc ha Vb fought toughttheir for forthefr rotf
f their th > fr country count In the smoke of battle battlei bad badnd battleaiid
i und nd on the ocean oceanThose oc oceanS an <
S Pro Prot ProI ProThose
t S
I Those who rl1o favor the prpiect rpte itts sayttiat saf that t1iata thata
9 a man who has passed pags passCdI6tr 4 ifitii 16ig1eanl jrears 3ear lh lhstatecraft Ihtt iiistatecraft
statecraft tt In InedUC3tlng educating Ut tte tItFiuiig < < rto tyi > > uhg U 1g Inthe
the pursuit of any an general geileralgoQd gqo3t pf or In Inmaking
making makln his country famous t mous by high highAchievements hIghhleveme highat
Achievements at hleveme nt lirajt h in art has s done BOfi d S Omich Omichfor < muc
for his native natIv irfnd l idad ud as the lhean inan nan who ivhohas hl hlhas
has shouldered a musket and marchedmiles 1rtarch tl tlroUes
miles or braved bra d 81 not t and shell on the thebattlefield
battlefield batth4lehlThce att1tfie 1 1J v vThcfe
Thcfe lh e takethfepoBltlon tak > tl1epoaIUon that patriotismmanlfftrts
J manlfftrts n1anlt manitestitsrlt 1tfltstlt itself lit other oth r ways w ys thanSighting
I Sighting that Jot o life spent In high hIgh devo devotion deVoiten devonon ¬
tion non to dut duty for the general gene rat g good bd ofthe
the country co nlrY Is a sacrifice sacri11c and that great greatservice gieD gieDservl grenservice
service servl e demands recognition re ognltlon whether It Itbe
be by arm by b pen or by eloquence eloquenceThey eloquenceThe e1oqpenceThey
They The point out that the military ceme cemeteries cemeteries cemeterles ¬
teries especially AHlngton have become becomethe
the pldces pl tces toward which hlch tile eyes 1J of the thecountry
country turn nts the 1h resting r reqt1n t1nK places offamous
famous and braven braeren en Add to the th sol soldiers soJdlers aoldiers ¬
diers they say S9 tlos tHose other great gre t th thstatesmen thjstatesmen
statesmen and the thescholars scholars so J that Ar Arlington AIl1ngt ArilngtOn ¬
lington l1ngt n may become becom the resting place o oall oaU oall
all the countrys coUtlTfJ9t greatness 4tnC8s whether
greatness was achieved by the sword Or Orby or orTho esby
by the J getitler ntler ertA rts or J peace peaceThose ence enceThoe
Tho Those who would ould reserve l ne Arlington Arlingtonand Arlingtonnd Arlingtonrind
and nd the other military mllltarycemeterIes cemeteries for forthe torthe forthe
the soldier dead alone say that If It ItIs ItIs Itis
Is desired to make a nla a last t resting restingplaco restingplacotor place placefor placefor
for the other great gr at of c the pountr pountri country countrywhich ountrywhich
i which shalt b 1 a mark maiko of fame tameand and anddoty andduty
I duty well done > let It ba b something somethi gIn gInthe In Inthe Inthe
the ljn line of the Poets Corner In InWestminster Inestmlnster inWestminster
Westminster estmlnster Abbey London LondonTheydd L LondoiIThey noolL noolLTheYd
Theydd They do not claim that the soldiers soldierat soldierste soldiersnrc
at nrc te greater than th n the civilians They TheYdachUm
da dachUm claim that a particular glory at attaches attaCbtJ attaehs ¬
taches to the work of the soldier that thath tbathb4rtahU thatb
h hb4rtahU ha has all U along lon been be n given special specialburial spcclalu specialburial
burial u 1 ground that there the people poplaraight peoplemight peoplemight
might assemble one onCe si a year r and lay laycommemorative layQP1tn la laOnnnemorztt
commemorative QP1tn Onnnemorztt rnOtatlVe wreaths upon their theirgraves thflrgr theirgrave
graves gr e singing the war songs and andctr Mar Maring ar
ing eloquent speeches ap chesof of their dylc dying for forcountry for7huntry forcountry
country 7huntry and nd mat th t this thl Is a custom whichaUld which whichshould rrblchithould
should aUld not b be infringed infrfng d upon by the
burial beside btzId slde them of other classes of ofmen ofm ofoJ ofmae
men menThey m
> a
oJThey They further say they ttl can not appro approelate approIale nppoelate
elate oJ Iale why a civilian however great greatdler greatabould greatshould
should desire to be bured Jurrea beside a sol
dler d119JrI as the th civilians ft deeds are essen essentially elseht esathtinily
tially t a > different from lt 1l1 those Of ta the sol soldier soldler aoltIter ¬
tIter =
SipiScance SipiScanceThey Sip Sithcance SithcanceThey fiC nce nceThey
They Argue Ar that burial in military militarycemeteries m11ltaryc militarycetneteries
cemeteries c tneter1 1i Is isthe the last distinctive badge badgegiven b3dl b3dlgf badgegiven
given gf n the soldier It Is 1 the final seal sealon sealon seaton
on hi lila 115 recommendation r to posterity posterityto
to show all generations that he fought foughtfor foughtt foughtfor
for t r his country and won her battle battleTherefore battleTherefore battlesTherefore
Therefore they the flay this ground should shouldnbt shoutdnbt shouldnot
nbt be made innitc baa 103 significant by the thepromiscuous thetotnfa thepromlacuous
promiscuous totnfa Uous Intrment there of men of ofali ofatl ofall
ali professions professionsWhatever profesSionSWhatever rotessl rts rtsVhat
Whatever Vhat et the outcome of these dis discussions diaI discusslons ¬
cussions CUS f ons may ma be It J t Is certain Ierta In that the thematter1 th thetnattCr e ematter
matter will Ut come uj u before b tore Congress Congressas
I as this body bod has to decide whether whCtherGeneral whetherGeneral whethelGeneral
General Humphreys recommendation recommendationwill recommendaUonwill
will b be followed fo1l we
District Distd t Likely ttQ Ito tjrUJse < Use WseG UseGay
G Gay 3 y Dito5 t ros o s for for Icjen Icjent Icleri IcleriJ Identifition
t iifliftion iifliftionWith t tifition tifitionWith fi T iQ 1 1r 1With r >
With rings on her b r fingers and u bells b lls on onher onher onhor
her toes toesShe > r rShe < K KShe <
She f shall shallhaVce have mUlc wherever heee she shegoes sh shgdes shegees
goes goesTJierabQvocpUpl gdestnbQ geeslhettbova
TJierabQvocpUpl lhettbova tnbQ ciilgr tJPJgr C qpout ut the th oid o old ci lady ladyfrom lady ladyfrom dY dYtrom
from j Banburi aanbmt Baubur CrosswiTl q g + Win in a ft law ffctdays I Idays lawdays
days rind ftn flnd flttimfapllcatJo lttt1 flttingttpllcat1tp QP 2ncatlbwlth with slight slightvariation 811ghtv slightvariation
variation v rf tton tQ the th thej1otses JtSrses Jt iS employed em toyed In the thevarious thevarious thevarious
various departments de ar n nts ot the District Districtgovernment Districtgovernmcnt Districtgovernment
government governmentThe governmcntTh governmentTheditferencewIIibeTthat
Th The TheditferencewIIibeTthat diiterence ditter nce wm i be e that th t while whulethe whuletheld the theold tileold
old o ld lady lad ladiwore wore the herings heringa rings on her It r fingers fingersthe fl 1g g I5 I5the rsile
the t the t ile District JjJtrI Ji horses r l will wlJ like k milady miladyhave m miladyave Jad Jadhave
have J ave their theirDears Dears eara ra plerceit perc A to torecelv torecCivd received d the theadornmeni thtA theadornment
adornment A orn l lThese
Genuirtfr i JBaptiags JBaptiagsThese jn1ngs jn1ngsThem <
These rings tvilt Yilt te beldentUUauon beldentUUauonmarks Identlftcatloh Identlftcatlohmark identitienuonmarkS
marks 1 and attdW1 trtd1vIlls wlIV sere ne to to index the ihe5QG ihe5QGoh h hot SOO SOOoi
oi 4 more Corses h iorsSt e jtt Jfl l the District service serviceas spryl sprylas
as to their age lepartment and ienure ienureas ienuras nure nureas
as faithful servitors s aervlt r1tcrs rs Th The mark con consists conslstJ consists
sists j of a Email fim Jt ring ri g or button putt puttthrough pu0through
through I a a puncture in Either ear enrpi enrpithat earthat ao5 ao5j
that the ends can be brought togetfilr togetfilrIn toget1i toget1iIn togetlin
In I n a a union unionThe unionThe 1
The scheme Is a a sort of uptodate uptodatenethod uptod uptodatemethod te 1 1ITtCthod
method 1 of branding without WI9IOut the pain painful painUI ¬
ful UI or disagreeable reatures e tures of the theburning theburning theburning 1
burning iron and is the U result pf the thecombined thecomblneti
combined I thought of District Veterinar Veterinarian Vet VeterlearIan rlhar rlharIan ¬ I
ian Robinson and Superintendent Beale Bealeof B Bealeof
of the t1 thi Engineer Department stablesy stabt stablCaf stablCaften af after artera ¬
ten tera A number 11Umb r of 0 other ther hel less practicable practicablesuggestions mttcticabId mttcticabIdsuggestIons
suggestions had hadbeen been put to a a test testThe te teLThe t tThe I
The District Dlstrl l Heretofore has expert experienced expertenced xpetienced ¬
enced a good deal of trouble In keep keepIng keepln i iIng1C
Ing Ing1C ln accurate aeinitC record < oord of the horses used usedin usedin i iin
in the Police oUce epartment 1 > the Street StreetCleaning StreetCleanin StreetCleaning
Cleaning Cleanin Department Dep rtmenf and other otherbranched otherbranche2 otherbranches
branched of o the local government governmentFor governmentFor 1 1For
For Some time a number n ber of identlflca identlflcaSECRETARY Identl IdentificaFOR ca caSECRETARY
Grants Government Party to Irish ia iaAdministration inAdministration iiiAdministration
Administration Powers Powers of Board Boardof Bo BoardSQ rd rdQf
SQ of County CO1ntyCounci Councils CouncilsLTVBRPbOL CouncilsLIVERPOOL s sIIVERP
LIVERPOOL IIVERP OL Nov NO22TM 2 22The The Post says saysthat Slsthat saysthat
that It has been Informed InfoTt informedthat ed that Sir Sirthony Ari Arithony AStbony
thony Macdonnell undersecretary underseretarfcr underseretarfcrIreland for forIreland forIreland
Ireland has framed a p t revolutionary revolutionaryscheme re revoltitlonaryscheme oltJttonary oltJttonaryscheme
scheme for Irish affairs Although his hisplan hisplan hisplan
plan stops short of home ruler rul rule It Itturns Itturnsthe It turns turnsthe turnsthe
the government of Ireland over to the thes theIrish
Irish to a great extent extentThere extentThere extentThere
There is I no chance of the scheme be bes bee being
In ing indorsed by the present pres ent government governmentbut governmenti
but liutas as Sir Anthony Mac Macdonnell tonneht will willwhen wU wUe will willprobablY
probably retain his present resent position positionwhen positionwhen
when the liberals lIt r1ls go Into office as It i iexpected Is Isc iscpected
expected c pected they th y will do when the next nextgeneral nextenernl nextgeneral
general enernl election is held he will present presenthis presenthis presenthis
his plan at that time timeIt timen timeIt
It is understood that the scheme Is Isbased Isbased isbased
based In principle on committing large largeadministrative largeadministrative largeadministrative
administrative powers to a board which whichs wl1lchhan whichhnil
s han sit at Dublin This board is to be bei bechosen bechosen
chosen by b the thedtlferent different county count councils councUsSTEEL councilsSTEELCOMPANYBUYS
PITTSBURG Pa 1 > a Ko22 N9122The 22The The Pttt Ptttburg PlUburg Pittt Pitttburg
burg Canal Company has h s closed a deal dealwith dealwith eal ealwith
with the Republic Iron and Steel Com Company Company Cornpany ¬
pany to supply sup ly It with all coal needed neededfor neededtOI neededfor
for the ensuing five 1lYerffS years beginning beginningAorll beginnIngAorU beginningAurhl
Aorll 1 1906 The nmcJant nm jnt of coal < Ottl In Inc ine invalved
volved oied is itS about 4006000 40 4OAOO0buhels OOObu bushels hels or more morej morethan
than 750000 b buhela helg yetrl yearly The prIce prIcedI pricehant
Kafnpt J hant I1 nJt been b en made public A good goo por poru portfoiot parttoot
dI I I tlon tfoiot ttoot of the delivery Is Is to be slack slackJWILL slackId slackWILL
91 I
BERLINt Nov No 22 22lti The Ji Hamburg HamburgAmerican Hambur Hambura HamburgAmerican
American Steamship Company C mpany is com comi commlsslonings cornmissioning
missioning several veral largo steamers for foithe fotr forthe
the West Indian service They will en enter ene enter
ter Into competition with the th vessels o oIr oj ojr 01the
the Royal Ro al Me Itint Steamship Bteam hip Company CompanyORDERED Companyy CompanyRDERED CompanyORDERED
MANILA Nov 22 22The The torpedo flotilh flotilhhas fiotll13has flotilltihas
> has been ordered to toGantn Canton The Th de deRtroyers de8ttO destrayers
Rtroyers 8ttO er2 Balnbridgc and Decatur wit wllleave witleave
leave here In a ntiiw few days d s Three other otherwJU other1WHl othersI
I wJU JTpllow when repairs on them ar arcompleted arccOlDpl areIcornpieted <
I 1WHl Icornpieted completed cOlDpl ted 5
11 11luThriL
P r luThriL luThriLSOME L11 + =
tlon schemes acb mes have been under consider coasldeivation COn8ide consideration V VI
I ation AtlonI
Schemes Sch mes Turned Down DownOne DownOne DownCue
I One was waa to mark the bridles brldl of each eachhorse eachhorse eachhorse
horse another to brand a number on onthe onthe onthe
the hoof of each horse ho e but none of ofthem otthem ofthem
them appeared a peared satisfactory until untt the theearring theearring theearring
earring scheme was hit span on But on ontlitngr one onething onetidag
thing prevents the chtsme cnme being put putinto vutInto putinto
into operation o operationthe mflonthe the Commissioners ar aryet are aret nrayet
yet t to givu their consent Until the thaCommissioners theCommissIoners theCommlssionera
Commissioners agree a e no definite plan plani planwill
i will 111 bo carried out outPOSTOFF1E i iP05TOFFIGE 1 1POSTOFFIGE
Young Man Who Wrote the Letters LettenCaused IetteraCaused LettersCatried
Caused the Arrest es of the theOfficial theOfficiaL theOfficial
Official OfficialFRAXTtLIN OfficiaLFR OfficialFRANRLIN
FRAXTtLIN FR IN Pa Nov No 22 2Beeans 2Beeansi Beeaua Beeauahe Becauhe
he i essayed e sried to toti satisfy tIsty the th curiosity of ofa oft ofa
t a few companions as to the nature of ofthe ofthe
the e correspondence passing between betweenyoung between1Qung a ayoung
young man of Raymilton and Mi MIPearl M1Pearl MiPearl
Pearl Bean of Franklin Clarence ClarenceDaugherty P PDaugherty FDaugherty
Daugherty assistant postmaster pos mastcr at th thformer tha thaorm thform
former form orm c t place has been held to appear appearbefore appearbetore appearbefore
before the United Statos circuit court courtIn courtIn courtIn
In Plttsburg next May MayThere MaJThere MayThere
There Is not much for young fellow fellowto fe1lowa fe1lowato
to do In a country town at nights and andone andon andone
one on evening eV nlng when whentbe the boys were to together together together ¬
gether they expressed a dealre to know knowwhat knowwhat knowwhat
what kind of letters letteraMiss Miss Beans ad admirer admlrer admimer ¬
mirer wrote wroteTh wroteTh wroteThe
Th The assistant postmaster ignorant of ofthe oCUle o othe
the gravity of the offense agreed agr It fJJsaid 1 1said In Inaid
said aid to open the next letter addressed addressedto addressedto
to to Miss Bean BeanSqme BeanSqme BeanSqme
Sqme of the sweet things the letter lettercontained letters lettezwcontained letterscontained
contained were ere whispered about town townThe townrhe townThe
The young man heard them an ant anem anemtested < T pro jprotested protested
tested Jo to the postal authorities s who in induced Induced induced ¬
duced the assistant postmaster to coa coafess co coCess coscas
LONDON LOzDO Nov 22 22Th 2iTh The Marqul Manfur a aDownshire ae aeDownshlr c cDownahire
Downshire has ha agreed to sell his a acuIturnl E8i E8icultural itt1cultural
cultural lands In County Down Dowmland u uJund ire ireland
land to his tenants The estate is 19 fh fhlargest 1hI the
I largest In Irelund and Is valued ftt ftti atbout dtChout
i about bout J5oooooo J5ooooooBISHOPBRADY 15flOOOOtt 15flOOOOttBISHOP il000000p
BOSTON Nov Xo 22 > > Tkft Tb first time in inthe inthe inthe
the history hlstor of the Massachusetts StaU StaUprison Sta StaprIson Stat Statprison
prison tho sacrament sncramonor of confirmation confirmationwas
was administered admlnl teret yesterday yE < sterdfty thlrtyflvInmates thlrtyflv thIrtYfivehunates thirtyflyinmates
Inmates af the th institution at Charleston Charlestonbeing CMr Charlestonboing eston estonbeing
being confirmed bv the th Right Rj Rv v > John JohnL
L J Brady Brnd auxiliary auxUiar Roman Catholic CatholicBishop CathollcBlaho CatholicBishop
Bishop Blaho > of Boston after high mass had hadbeen hadI hatbeen
been celebrated hy I Rev Father FatherMalley FatherlIaUey
I Malley lIaUeyI
I The choIr eompospj entirely of i imates smates la lamates >
mates of the prison furnished tin tinmusic u umusI t tmusic

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