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NUMBER 4429 WASHINGTON VA TON SUNDAY JULY 29 1906 PRIC PRICE FIVE CENTS
MANUFACTURSMAKE MANUFACTURES MANUFACTURESk
k MAKE JOBBING JOBBINGfOB JOBBINGFOR
FOR THE TH EIT EITR
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President of o American AmericanNational AmericanNationnl AmericanNational
National Bank Declares DeclaresFactories DeclaresFactories DeclaresFactories
Factories Would WouldBring WouldBring WouldBring
Bring Money MoneyDELAYED JVoneyDELA MoneyY
DELAYED DELA YED Y TRAINS HURT HURTWASHINGTONS HURTV HURTWASHINGTONS
WASHINGTONS V TRADE TRADEPoints TRADEPoints TRADEPoints
Points Out How It Is Hoped Hopedto
to Induce Industrial Or Organization Organization Oranizatlon ¬
ganization anizatlon to Come Co e to tothe tothe tothe
the Capital CapitalThe Capi tal talhThe
hThe The Jobber and Shippers As Associatioa Asoclatloa Assoclatioa
sociatioa i III the proper organisation organisationto or JtluUon JtluUonto
to lead the ftfkt at for the extension extensionof xten lon lonof
of Washingtons manufacturing in interests interests interests ¬
terests It I membership includes includesthe IachtdMthe Includesthe
the men meet vitally interacted in inthis lathis Inthis
this movement movemeJttRobert movementRobert movementRobert
Robert N Harper president of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Amt American scan National Bank 111 takes takesthis tak takthis takeethis
this view of a situation that haa haabecome haabecome hambecome
become of first importance impo ranee among amongthe amon amonthe amongthe
the business buln men of the city Pre Presented Presented Presented ¬
sented in an editorial in Th The Times Timeson Tim Timon Tirnceon
on Friday last it has taken imme immediate immedate immedjate ¬
date hold It is evident from many manyexpressions manyexpreulon manyexpressions
expressions of opinion that if the theJobbers theJobbers theJobbers
Jobbers and Shippers Association Associationwill AuoclaUonwill Aemoelationwill
will not lead the movement sonsother sons SOBMother 0 0other
other agency will be organized or Bizoo that thatwill thatJrill thattrill
will willWhat
What Washington n 11411 d le is manufaetures manu manufactures u ufaeUIHo ¬
factures saM 3 dt < r Harper Harpoueqej She Shepossesses Snepoeaeaee
possesses facilities tac tt of which MI other othercity otbftlcity othercity
city In the United States Stat can bout yet yether yether yether
her people have thus Car failed fane to avail availthemselves availthemelw availthemaelvtta
themselves of the opportunities opJ rtuaIU whichare which whichare w 1eh 1ehe
are e thrown open to them Intend et ethaving olha ethaving
ha having vine to send end to New N BngUad for foruoods toIEOods Nsgoods
goods we Jlh staoolA 0ald a14 have ffeatortas faotortecity m la this tkiecity thiscity
city that could vejurfeeture tot th U UWill tim > same sameWe rimsgooda
gooda
Will Wit BrtBI MeBer MeBerWe Mteeywe
We want eaodltkHU Uoft to exist exlilttN where whereby weirby
by other cities will be comreUed CO Ir4l1ecl to tosend toa tosend
send a nd here for t their nelr good We want wantmoney waJltmoaey wantmoney
money from other cities eua other countries countriesHow eoDfttrteaHow countriesHow
How can this tile be br bright iaht about Why Whyrimply nhyrtmply by byImplY
ImplY by starting starttn up manufactures manufacturesThere manufetureeThere manufacturesS
There are me mar f Jobber abelft in the city cityho cityho cityR
S R ho are purckaAWfr purebaal nK their fOOd else elsewhere e elaeIIure e ¬
where 1 hf > rt and a deriving rtvin < < a profit by 11 their theirrTie ttaetrclIe theirr
rTie r le from this tbl tb city Bw B let manufac manufactures manafaoturea tc tcturs ¬
tures start up here that will supplythese supply supplythese 1Iupplythf1IC
these jobbers with what they have to topurchase topurchaH topurchase
purchase In other cities Manufactures Mannfacturramake Manufacturesmake Yanuteturmake
make Jobbing but t JebWng deem not notrrake notrr notn
n rrake rr ilk nke manufactures manufacturesW maauact maauactW
we W want to create an interest mter t notonly not notonly n > t tonl
only onl in adjacent cltie eIU cities but we want to toniike tl tl1k tomake
make 1k ourselves known throughout th thwirhl thwuJd the theworld
world Let money come Into the t th Dim IHatrict Dtatrlct Dimtriet
trict from foreign elites This may mayeasily IDa IDaaslly mayetstly
easily aslly be done It manufactures start upTrains up upTrains upTraina
Trains Delayed DelayedOur DalayedOur DelayedOur
Our railroad facilities are very v ry bad badThe badThe badThe
The great at fault with them IK that when whenthe wb wbthe whenthe
the freight train leave the city theyfrequently they theyfrequently tlteyfrtquently
frequently become He apparently test The Thetruth Thetruth Thetruth
truth of the mntter is I s they are shifted shiftedon shtttlKIon
on some sidetrack and held there some sometimes sometimes sometimes ¬
times for hours nI then again gain they may maybe maybe maybe
be delayed for a day dA This only has a atendency atondency atendency
tendency to cause ca dissatisfaction ttetkm among amongthose amoqthose amongthose
those dealer d who may have an occa occasion occaaion occasion ¬
sion to buy H their goods OOd in thtoelty thtoeltyThe thlaeltyone thls eity eityThe
The only Oft way wa for the railroads U t tremedy tit tit1eraed toremedy
remedy 1eraed thin U fault is to Issue l tte emphatic emphaticorders 8fHptaUeorders emphaticorders
orders to their subordinates Or on the theother theotber theother
other hand nothing but a constant fight fightby tightby fightby
by the press will accomplish any ap apparent apparent apparent ¬
parent good goodI
I have frequently noted in the news newspapers newapape newspapers ¬
papers pape where large deals m in various variouslines Vtlrteulnea variouslines
lines of business b have been made in oth other other other ¬
er cities and the goods goo brought brousht here hereand hereand hereand
and offered for gale That oifly goes to tohow toahow toshow
how the necessity for or manufactures manufacturesIf
If such article that the trade demands demandswere dfmancWwere demandswere
were manufactured in thl this bla city cl then lo local 10ct local ¬
cal dealers could purchase them with without wltbout without ¬
out being beln < < compelled to go into another anothercity aftOthercity anothercity
city and pay a dealer there th a a profit for forthe forthe forthe
the goods Ode Ha H eoutd purchase UHhaM it of the thelocal theloeaJ thelocal
local manufacturer and thereby make makeconsiderably makecon makeconaiderably
con considerably ldera ly more p pdt afit at at the Utetime same sametime sametime
time keeping keepfD < < the money moQ in n hi his alii hometown home hometown hometown
town
To the L bVIBttrsl bVIBttrslThe ± vtaters vtatersThe
The subcommittee on commerce and andmanufacturing andmanufacturing
1 manufacturing of Ute Board Boar of Trade Tradeof TradeoC Tradeof
of which I am chairman now has hasunder hAsunder hasunder
under way 1MOM circulars beautifully
Inscribed o AafI 4 decorated with small I pic picturee pictu piotures
turee tu o of loeal buildings buildingsWhen maUd maUdhen buildingsWhen
When hen these the e circulars oIreul come from theprinter the theprinter theprinter
printer we shall 11 place them eta in the hands handsof ban banot bandsof
of a special man and he In his turnwill turn turnwill turaw111
will go to the patent attorneys office officeand om omACl omom omomand
and ACl in every ftly envelope v contained in that thatottfce UlatGftIee thatefgn
ottfce efgn on OStF or the etrenteni will b be in infterted InMrte4 insorted
sorted ftertedThe Mrte4The sortedTb
The Tb advantage of this is obviously obviouslyclear obvlouaJ obvlouaJclear obylouslyeiear
clear First the patent
attorney reeeives re receives rei ¬
i ceives celv daily letters from tN alt wer th thworld the theworld tlMworld
world from men who wto are inventing Iftventln and andwho andwho
I who in event of success might possibly possiblytart poaiblylDUufacLQrory leesibeyBart
Bart tart a a manufacturory Th The letters remimd re recatved reIn
catved In this oce o olics ke are as I said lei beforefrom before beforefrom beto
from men whose who minds are active and andwho andwho andwho
1 who a as a rule ar re men cai capable bl of ofgrappling ofppllnc ofgrappling i
grappling ppllnc with great gr t and significant significantproblems al alsaifieantproblems tftaant tftaantprobl
problems probl m These The are the kind of men menthat meat
t that we should endeavor vor to interest interestand interestand
and by the method thod which we hay have haveclded de decided d dcided ¬
cided to follow I believe MY we shall toa to toa toa
a great extent succeed succeedF 8U 8UF
F I L Stolon Sldd Stddons lUi < of Ralston Slddom SiddonConU StddonsdContlaueon
dContlaueon ConU onl3e cond on4 Pa Page is
DISTRICT
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LIVELY SCENE
COLONEUURELL COLONEUURELLIn COLONEL URELL URELLIn URELLIn
In Field fieldMADE Uniform UniformMajor UniformMADE i
MADE MADEINTO BLANKETS BLANKETSINTO
INTO INTOASRAIN DOG TENTS TENTSAS
AS ASRAIN RAIN POURED POUREDajor POUREDMajor
Major ajor Neuraeyer eume Yer Lacked LackedfVagon LackedWagon ace r
Wagon to Haul Shel Shelter ¬ J Jter
ter to to t o Camp CampCAMP nP I ICAXP I
CAMP ROOSBVBLT Roosmvm T MT MTJuly IT GRET GRBTNA GRETN
NA N A Pamilitiamen Pa July Tnl 38 IJf 3 3 3of + If the District Districtmilitiamen DlatrlctmlUtamen
militiamen were looking for a tasty tastybit tut j i
bit of real soldiering aoldlrin such ss a would
I
Wl dAlI th m in Warfare
they struck the right place pla this thisafternoon tJli tJliafternoon thisafternoon
afternoon when they disembarked disembarkedfrom di disembarkedfrom mbarked mbarkedfrom
from their train and nd marched into intothe intothe laththe
the camp ground groundsFrom groundFrom KIoundlSProm
From the time they scrambled cramb oft oftthe oitthe offthe
the coaches untiU they went to sleep sleepabout sleepabout IMpI IMpabout
about 8 oclock they were op the therocks theI therocks
I
I rocks and received treatment from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the elements which did not have h a atendency 1 1tondency atendency
tendency to sweeten their disposi dispositions dtpoIIltlon dispositions ¬
tions tionsThe tlon tionsThe
tlonThe
The trains on which the Districtcitizen District Districtcitizen DistrictclUHn
citizen soldiery Idlry traveled were were all allseveral allMveral allseveral
several hours behind time because becauseof 1teeau 1teeauof
of a delay at Gonewago Pa Upon Uponthair Upontheir Upontheir
their arrival at the Gretna Gr a stationthey station stationthey atatlonthey
they formed companies and and nd march marched marched marched ¬
ed with swinging step to the northwest north northwest nortDWOIIt ¬
west section of the camp grounds groundswithin groundswithin ouDd ouDdwithin
within a short distance dlstanceot of the th head headquarters hNdquarters bendquarters ¬
quarters of Can Frederick D Grant Grantcommander Grantcommander Grantcommander
commander of the Department of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the East who has entire charge of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the camp
Tents Delayed DelayedIt
It was confidently expected by Gen General General Genoral ¬
eral Harries and all the th other officer officeras otflcerewell officersas
as well as those soldiers who have par participated partklJMLted partlclpated ¬
ticipated In n former encampments that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the tentage tent pegs p and all other oUiorcamp oUlarcamp othercamp
camp equipment would be spread out on onthe onthe onthe
the ground round ready for tor use This did didnot didnot didnot
not prove to be the case however and andfor andfor andfor
for an hour or more after the th guardsmen guards guardsmen guarUliImen ¬
men cams cam to a 8 halt on the spot allot allote
Grant they stoodwith stood stoodwith stoodwith
e el < l them by General
with their arms folded waiting altine for t ar > r their theirshelter Urshelter theirshelter
shelter which hlib had iv not > t been taken from fromthe frOfttthe fromthe
the ears in which it itwaa was shipped shippedMaj shippedMaj lpped lppedIaj
Maj Iaj Edward II Neumeyer actingquartermaster acting actingquartermaster acUR acURquartMma < <
quartermaster quartMma ter and commissary general generalof Mrl Mrlof
of the guards says 18 this wa WQ duo to thefact the thefact thetact
fact that he was w not provided with ssnytransportation ry rytranajMwtation tn tntran
transportation tran ttlon wagon To add d to that thiwoes tlkWOM thatwoes >
woes of the worn out awl llf famished famishedsoldiers tamhecloIdier8 famishedsoldiers
soldiers accustomed to USWK Using Mk street streetcans Streetcars > > treet treetcaN
cans and eating three square meals at atstated atRatd atstated
stated periods during the lay a r driving driv driving drfvII1 ¬
ing II1 rain and thunder storm at rm swept over overthe overthe overthe
the camp grounds while whll they lb were werestanding w wtandlng werestanding
standing in their shirt sleeves sleevesIn 8leevesIn sleevesIn
In less time than it takes t ke to tell It Itthey Itthey itthey
they were all soaked akod to the skin and the theguardsmen thecuan1lJmtll theguardsmen
guardsmen chanted their sorows in unison uni unison unt110ft ¬
son Colonel Urell commanding the theSecond theSecond theSecond
Second Regterent instructed the cap i itains italn itaina
tains taln to have their men pitch dogtenth dog dogtents do < <
tents until the arrival of the large Sib Sibley SlbJtJ Sibley l
ley tents ten This Tb necessitated n tated the un unwrapping unwrapphte unwrapplg ¬
wrapping of the blanket rolls 101 whiokthe which whichthe ltloh ltlohthe
the guardsmen had strung around their tlheirbodies tJteir1tQdit theirbodies
bodies 1tQdit when they departed f from rmn the Na National NatIoQl Nutlotuil ¬
tional Cr CarJuLl lt tl with Ute cheers of their theirrelatives theirrelatives theirrelatives
relatives friends and fellowtewns fellowtewnsi
men ringing in their oars oarsHun oarLIlun earsRun
Hun to Shelter ShelterThe Shel ShelterThe er erThe
i
The dog tents wer were quickly rigged riggedup rJSlOadup riggedup
up and although they were wer originallyintended originally originallyintended
I
intended to accommodate only two sol soldiers eoldllrs spldiers ¬
diers as many as four an and < l five scrambled scram scramblftd
bled under one stretch of canvass In inaa 1 1A
aa A LCat1tir C9D1lnU ugg Ol 04 QI11 one Pag Pase4
OLDIER OLDIEIZBOYS BOYS HUNGRY HUN = RY4ND AND Wl W AJ AJiUGHT
iUGHT IN THUNDERSTORM WljfH
3 ATTENDED DEPARTURE OF THE DISTRICT
BRYAN BRYANTHE THE GUEST GUESTOF QUEST QUESTor
OF or ur IRIQU In IRISH on PIIIR ULUD ULUDPaidTribute CLUB CLUBIN CLUBOLD
IN OLD lONDON lONDONPaid LONDONaidTr
PaidTribute Paid aidTr Tribute Ibtte 1 to Patriotism Patriotismof
of Irish IrishAnlerican IrishAnlericanCitizenship IrishAmericanCitizenship American AmericanCitizenship
Citizenship CitizenshipLONDON CitizenshipLONDON CitizenshipLONDON
LONDON July 39 29l1Ilam William Jen Jennings Jennlnp Jennings ¬
nings Bryan was wa a guest of the theIrish theIriah theIrish
Irish Club last evening where he hewa heWU hewas
wa WU given a great reception JohnRedmond John JohnRedmond JohnRedmond
Redmond leader of the Nationalist Nationalistparty NationaUstparty Nationalistparty
party and several other political politicalleaders politlclilleaders politicalleaders
leaders were present pre ent and made madespeeches madospeech madespeeches
speeches speechesThomas speech speechThomas speechesThomas
Thomas P OConnor O Connor president of ofthe otthe ofthe I
the United Irish League greeted greetedMr greetedMr
Mr Bryan who in replying claim claimed claimed claimad ¬ I
ed tobe to be of Irish extraction in fact facthe facthe
he was part Irish part English and andpart andpart andpart I
part Scotch but added he Im all allAmerican allAmerican
I
American He made lIule an eloquent eloquentacknowledgment eloquentIIcknowledgment eloquentacknowledgment
acknowledgment of th the e help Irish Irishmen Irishmen ¬
men had been to America and said saidthat snldthat saidthat
that no people had shown themselves them themselves themIOlYes ¬
selves capable of participation in inevery inevery inevery
every department qf Americas national na national nntional ¬
tional life as the Irish He said saidthat sllfdthat saidthat
that it was not strange therefore thereforethat thereforethat thereforethat
that everything affecting the welfaro welfare wel welfare ¬
fare of Ireland found a ready re responie responle response
sponie in the United States irre irrespective Irrespective irrespective ¬
spective of party creed creedIrishmen creedlrishm creedIrishmen
Irishmen lrishm n Are Democrats DemocratsMr
Mr Bryan said that although the ma majority majorlty innjorlty ¬
jorlty of Irishmen in America wereDemocrats were wereDemocrats wereDem
Democrats Dem rat he frankly admitted that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the Republicans as well as the Demo Democrats D I7omooats mo moeraUi ¬
oats looked Joekf d with deep concern eoJ concern cern to ev everything everythln ev everything ¬
erything erythln pertaining to Ireland IrelandSpeaking IrelandSpeak IrelandSpeektqg
Speaking Speak of fete tour thus fart fai Mr MrBryan MrDf7 MrBryan
Bryan Df7 said that one 011 ot the most m et gratt grattying GtAttylne grattying
ying events witii which he had metwas met metwas metwaa
was the friendliness shown by all na onions nations nn110M ¬
ions toward America which hlet he said saidstrengthened saidtreugtbeMd saidstrengthened
strengthened his conviction that tha am ambltkm ambition am ambition
bition ef America should be not to makepeople make makepeople makepeople
people fear it but to love ItIn it itIn ItIn
In lauding the peace movement MrItryan Mr MrDryan llrDryan
Dryan said Because I believe in the thajustice th thjusUee thejustice
justice of the world I hope Irelandsappeal Irelands Irelandsappeal IrelandsAppeal
appeal for Justice to the people of Eng England IDngland England ¬
land will be successful and that In the thetriumph th thtriumph thetriumph
triumph of Justice we will be brought broughtnearer brougunear broughtnearer
nearer near r together not only in other parta partajworM Aarteof arta artaot
ot thete Chest i JWU1 I tu hilt t otn otllCd r party ot t trWI tldtt
jworM rWI
BRAZil CONGRESS CONGRESSPLANS CONGRESSPLANS
PLANS TO HONOR HONORSECRETARY HONORSECRETARY
SECRETARY ROOT ROOTUnprecedented ROOTUnprecedented
Unprecedented Mark Of OfEsteem OfEsteenl OfEsteem
Esteem For Any For Foreign Foreign Foreign ¬
eign Statesman StatesmanRIO tatesma n nRIO
RIO DE JANEIRO Brazil July July8The July28The
8The 28 The feature of the visit of ofSecretary ofSeerotary f fSecretary
Secretary of State Root to the Bra Brazilian Brazilian Brazilian ¬
zilian capital was wa his hi reception this thisafternoon thisafternoon thisafternoon
afternoon to the Brazilian officials officialsthe offtalalsthe officialsthe
the diplomatic corps the delegates delegatesto
to the PanAmerican n Congress and andmembers andmembers andmembers
members of f society 8Oclet at the capital capitalThere capitalThere
There were also present many manymembers manymembers manymembers
members of the Brazilian congress congressThe congr8fiTnG congressThe
The reception was held at CastleAbrantes Castle CastleAbrantes CftstleAbrantes
Abrantes and all the visitors were werepresented werepresented
presented 1 > esented to the American official officialwho officla1who officialwho
who had a pleasant handshake and andword andword andword
word of greeting for all Incident Incidentally Incldentallj Incidentally ¬
ally it was announced that Mr MrRoot MrRoot MrRoot
Root is to be tendered tender < t a reception receptionby recmti receptionby n nby
by the Brazilian congress an unpre unprecedented unpNcedented unprocedented ¬
cedented honor for the congress to topay toltly toitay
pay a foreign statesman statesmanGuest statumanGueet statesmanGuest
Guest at DinnerTonight Dinner DinnerTonight DinnerTOftlcltt
Tonight Mr Root was the t e gues gueei < of ofhonor othonort ofhonorat
honort honor at a dinner tendered teod by Baron deRioBranco de deRloBranco deRIDBranco
RloBranco minister m l8ter of foreign affairs affairsThere a affairsThere < < alrs alrsThor
There Thor was a a brilliant brilliant company COIftlML pres present pre preont presont ¬
ont and toasts were responded nded to t bymany by bymany bymtny
many high blgil officials officialsEarlier ofttclaJsEltrltar officialsEarlier
Earlier in the t e day Mr Root conferred conferredwith cOR conferredwith ered eredwith
with the American delegates del t to the con conference eonferen cenferenoe ¬
ference feren 4t when the principal matter under un under under ¬
der diBouseton dl ou to was the Ut socalled Drago Dragodoctrine DragodoctrIne Dragodoctrine
doctrine which bldt opoae the collection collectionfrom oolleetionfrom collectionfrom
from the South and Central American Americangovernments Americanovernmen Americangovernments
governments overnmen of private debts by force forceChile forceChile forceChile
Chile opposes Oppo eB part of this thl proposition propositionand proposItionand propositionand
and it is likely to cause cau e trouble in the theconference theconference theconference
conference
Conference DiscussedThe Discussed DiscussedThe DiscussedThe
The conference between air Root ail anilthe ailthe 141 141th
the th BrajMHaa foreign Qregu minister er yesterday yesterdayis y erda erdal
is l still the subject of much comment cornmentbut
so so far no statement regarding it ithas
beep vouchsafedBecause vouchsafed vouchsafedBecause ouchllle ouchllleBecause
Because Uruguay 1111 h > s intimated that thatshe thatshe thatshe
she Would R onld not like to have Secretary SecretaryRoot S9Cretar S9CretarRoot SecretaryRoot
Root visit her aboard an Argentine Argentinewarship
the invitation extended fX ded by Ar Argentina Arn Argentina ¬
gentina n ntlna to have hav the American use one onaof oner oneof
of r that nations war vessels v rmehae e1s has ha been beendeclined
with thanks and d Mr Root Rootw1Jl Rootwill
continue his Journey journ y from hero on o oUIt11Wt
UIt11Wt B te4 itcruirlrseharle itawi cruiser ruJa JCaarleica cJ1arle t nL l <
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DIAMOND AMOND STUDDED STUDDEDRING STUDDEDR
RING IS STOLENr STOLENrBOY STOLEN STOLENBOY r R
BOY IS ARRESLtD ARRESLtDAbe
Abe Stern Aged 16 16vAc 16vAccused 1 Ac Accused Accure ¬
cused cure of o Theft of Val Valuable Valuable a 1 1ab1e ¬
uable I ab1e Jewel JewelAbe J Vel VelAbe e eAbe 1
Abe Stern sixteen sixteen years 111 old em employed employed ¬
ployed as a It helper by the local localoffice localomc localoffice
office omc ot the Adams Ada Express Exp ComI Com Company ¬ i il
pany l > tUly was wa arrested last night by byDetectives byDetootlveli byDetectives
Detectives Cornwall and Muller Mullercentral Mullercentral MuUercentral
central oflce o ilce detectives detect es at his home
717 Fourandahalf street charged chargedwith chargoowith chargedwith
with the larceny of a handsome handsomegold handsomeg01d handsomegold
gold ring studded with diamonds diamondsand dillmondsand diamondsand
and valued at several hundred dollars dol dollars dollars ¬
lars which was stolen July S from fromthe from fromthe fromthe
the companys office o lce in Washington WashingtonMax WashingtonMax hlncton hlnctonMax
Max Stern St rn twentyfour years oftrs old olda ol ola olda
a brother ot o Abe was also arrec arratand 1and I Iand
and charged with receiving stolengoods stolen stolenSQpds stolenSQOda
goods SQpdsThe SQOdaThe goodsThe
The ring 11n which whl h Stern is said Id to have havestolen havestolen e eaOOl
aOOl stolen was shipped from Philadelphia PhiladelphiaJuly Pb Phtlad9 OO1aI OO1aIJuly p t1a t1aJuly
July S to Washington The ring wag wasnever wagnever wa wan
never never n received here and complaints weremade were weremade 1tr 1trnu
made nu de to the offices f cea of the company CO 1PaH1 The Theconclusion The TbeconcJU8Ion Theconclusion
conclusion was reached that some me em employe eapI emlaloye ¬
ploye I e of the t company either eltberttt in Wa Wuh WuhIR Vashi0gte0 h hingten
ingten IR or 01 in Philadelphia PhU depbla had stolen the thejewel tit titJewel thejewel
jewel jewelWashington Jewelv jewelWaahingian
Washington v i ft detectives c1etAtGtl hd a dwcrlp dwcrlpUon dMel1pUon deacripuon
Uon of the ring aad watched the pawn pawnshops paw pawMOIHI pawnshops ¬
shops carefully A few days dU ago 0 they theywww tRYwen theywe
www we notMed that the ring riD < < had ha been sold sotalat soldt soloat
at t a local pawnbrokers office officeThe offtceThe otfeeThe
The detectives teamed Jearr that the rings ring ringwas rI rIWf08
was pawned paWMC by b 3lx AX Store S0 WhH Wheewas Stern Sternwas s srJIe8
was an sf rJIe8 eitedt > h he protested that he wasguilty was wasguilty wasguilty
guilty of no wrtme He admitted that thathis thathi thathis
his hi brother bad sv given ven n him the t ring his hlabrother hi hibr hisbrother
br brother tltM stating stAUn that he had found toundlt it on onthe onthe onthe
the street streetAbe stTHtAbe streetAbe
Abe Stern tern was next apprehended and andafter aBdtter andtai
after tter tai being nut ut through the tb sweat box boxtiset boxt boxtsst
tiset t t he h ta is declared to have confessed confessedthe oonte88edthe confessedthe
the crime At first he told toldthe the dectivea dectiveathat dectivesthat dectlvesthat
that be found the ring In a a lot of rub rubbish rubblsb rubbbiski
bish at the Express ExUre a Companys Comp nyf officeand office officeand ollleeand
and thought he WAS entitled to itAbe It ItAl It ItAba
Al Aba > a Stern was sent to the House ef efDetention oCDetentim ofDetention
Detention while Max Stern was commlt commlttod commlttocI committed
ted to jell Both will remain r malu in custody custodyin cUlWWlyIn
in default dt > fault of bond until their case comes comesup comMup comesup
up before Judge Kimball tomorrow in inthe inthe inthe
the United States branch of the Police Policex
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ti i a IJ IJIf tHts t HMMtmflfM tfteJoI + ido0figid N J ss a g fatally gab gabbed ab b bbit bI ¬
bed tMs storms mornfat by JKmer IlIm r rwltoai Pittfban Pitt4hanwhom Pittfbanwhom
J4 I whom Day claiois cJftl s won the affection affectionof ajftof ajftoala
of ala wile Mrs Gertrude Gertrudeinduced Day and andinduced andhtcluced andhtcluced
SUPERINTENDING THE LOADING OF BAGGAGE f induced her to leave her borne in inI
New Jersey six months ago and andcome andcome andcome
come to atBeinBatThe Ciaeinnati CiaeinnatiThe a aThe
The stabbing atabbi eooarred during a adesperate adperats adesperate
desperate struggle between the two twomen twomen twomen
men in front oi Mrs rs Days home homeat bomoat homeat
at 101 East Kir 1irth hth th street She Shestood SheIItood Shestood
stood at a window wiJtdo and watched the theduel thecluel theduel
duel between her husband and his hisrival Illsrival hisrival
rival After the former was taken takento taliento taIlento
to the City Hospital she visited him himaad himaBd himand
and spent several sv ral hours beside his hiscot hiscot hiscot
cot but no one was permitted to tooverhear tooverhear tooverhear
overhear their conversation conversationFight conversationFight conversationFight
Fight Climax Cli ax of Rivalry RivalryThe RivalryfM RivalryThe
The fight between Day and ad Pittman Pittmanwas PittmanWIUI Pittmanwas
was tre tt f climax elh ax of 0 a rivalry that be began beraft beea ¬
raft ea during Chari courtship days da when Mrs MrsDay AIrsDIt MrsDsy
Day DIt was Gertrude Matloek on of the theprettiest thePletUe theprettleet
prettiest PletUe t girls of Haddonsfield Both 30thmen Bothmen Bothmen
men were W r suitors for her he hand but butDay butDay butDay
Day the th older was the successful one oneAfter 0161ler oneAfter
After 1ler they bad been married for sev several Be Beeral severul ¬
eral years the wife suddenly disap disappeared disappeared disappeared ¬
peared from home For months Day Daysearched Da Dafor Dayaearchd
searched for her but feeourod no trace traceof
of her whereabouts until a month ago agowhen agowhen 10 10wheft
when he learned ItAr ed that she had come to tothis tothis tothis
this city He found her living l1l g on Rich Richmond Rickmond Richmond ¬
mond street > > trIM and also so found his old oldrival oldrival oldrival
rival Elmer Pittman The husband husbandcaused hlfibandcaUMd husbandcaused
caused their arrest arre t but the charge chargeagainst chargeagJut chargeagainst
against them th m was s dismissed dlam llifJd in police policecourt po1loecourt policecourt
court courtMrs court1IrtI courtMrs
Mrs Day Da moved to Ninth street and andPittmac andPtttma andPittman
Pittmac was wa often seen going e4ng in and andcoming andcomln andcoming
coming comln from the house bOdS Day was also alsoa
a a frequent visitor there ther Dleadlng with withhis withhis
his wife to return r tl = n to him himStabbed himStabbed himStabbed
Stabbed in Abdomen AbdomenI AbdomenThis
This T Js morning mOrft Day D y met Pittman com comng comc comhng
hng ng c out of the louse There were a afew afew afew
few brief words and nd d the men clinched clinchedin
in a desperate stmggle Day Da who is ismuch IsQud isniuclt
much Qud the stronger strOR er had the advantage advantageof
of his bl opponent until the latter drew a along nlone a along
long sharp kn kDe knife fa and plunged it Into the theabdomen theabdomeA thealfdomea
abdomen of his adversary Tho wound wounded wonftdttd wounded ¬
ed mans cry cr of peJ pa brought a 3 police policeman poUeeman policeman ¬
man to the scene Day was hurried hurriedto Iturrhdto
to the hospital hNJ h mpltal ta1 Pittman was arrested arrestedand aJ arrestedand ted tedDel
and Del will be held on the charge of Q stab stabbing atabblne stabbing ¬
bing to I kill pending the outcome of ofDays otDay ofDays
Days Day injury The prisoner says SftY that thathe lhnthe thathe
he is an 1J airship inventor His plea pl to tothe toUte tothe
the charge against him will be s self sQItdeleGH selfdefense lf lfdetecse
defense detecseFRENCHMEN deleGHFRENCHMEN defenseFRENCHMEN
FRENCHMEN MUST REST RESTONE RESTONE RESTONE
ONE DAYJJUJ DAY OUT OF SEVEN SEVENPARIS SEVENPARIfL SEVENPARIS
PARIS July 28OrjB oPo days rent re t In Inseven Invea inseven
seven vea is now compulsory for all French Frenchemployee Fronohenn Frenchemployes
employee enn JoYe8 Hitherto an immense n nbar Boer nher
bar of workers have ha e had to forego the theweekly theweekly theweekly
weekly day da of rest but the new law lawprovides 1swProddM lawpresides
provides that every employe emJlO must cease ceasework Q9ftS6work peasework
work for one day In n seven aevenSunday uvenSu sevenSunday
Sunday Su la I to be the day of rest when whenthat whonthat whenthat
that is s possible but in n restaurants restaurantshospitals re restaurantsbospitals taarant taarantlt
hospitals lt epitals and newspaper ofjees oftces etc t temployes tl tlemploP aemployes <
employes may be begiven given t holiday on onother on9Ulir onotbOrr
other days daysLumber daysLumber daysLumber
Lumber Trust Broken BrokenLUMBER BrokenLU BrokenLUMBER
LUMBER LU IBER at at OLD PRIG PRICES IS NOW NOWat NOWat NOWat
at Libbey 10 p fitb Q New ZOI York A tire Ave c
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AS AoobHuULil AoobHuULilQuestion flccpunni SCHOOL HEAD HfAOBOARDS HEADBOkRDSPURPOSE II
BOARDS BOkRDSPURPOSE BOkRDSPURPOSEQuestion PURPOSE PURPOSEQuestion
Question of Residence ResidenceLaid ResidenceLaid ResidenceLaid
Laid Aside as Matter Matterof lVlatterof Matterof
of Secondary Con Consideration Conct ¬
sideration siderationNAMES 51 siderationNAMES ct eratl0n I t tNA1ES
NAMES OFDNDIDATES OFDNDIDATESI OF F CANDIDATES CANDIDATESi DID DIDB
I i BEFORE B COMMITTEE COMMITTEESuperintendent COMMITTEEGaves 7 MT MTSuperintendent
Superintendent Coves GavesName Covesi
i Name Dropped From Pos Possibilities
j sibilities at Yester Yesterdays Yes Yestlarda r rI ¬
days da s Session SessionThe
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The man best fitted ta serve the theI
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I 50000 children in the District schools schoolsj schoolsThat
j I That is the man who will be the thejnew thei
i jnew neW superintendent of the local localsystem localI localsystem
system if the Board of Education Educationcan
I can find him by hunting huntt indus indnutrlously industriously industrlously
trlously and examining examinlll nominees nomineescarefully nomineescarefully nomineescarefully
carefully carefullyIf
If he shall prove to be a resi resident resident reeldent ¬
dent of the Di District trfct the members of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the board will 111 be more than pleased pleasedIf
If he shall prove to be at present presenta
a nonresident the attitude of the theboard theboard theboard
board is that the desire to prefer a alocal alocal alocal
local man should not supersede the theresponsibility theresponslbUlt theresponsibility
responsibility of the board to the thechildren thechildren thechildren
children under its charge chargeIn oItareIn chargeIn
In fulfillment of this purpose purposewhich purpo purposewhich e ewhich
which is now thoroughly undertoodamong undertood undertoodamong 1Indertoodamong
among the members of the board boardthe boardthe boardthe
the committee whit which has been beenweighing beenweighing beenweighing
weighing the qualifications of the thevarious thevarious thevarious
various educators suggested for the thelocal thelocal thelocal
local post will continue examining examiningcandidates Glftmlningcandidlitos examiningcandidates
candidates candidatesAmong candidlitosAmong candidatesAmong
Among those thoSe who are areiOOft soon to be behaard behard beheard
hard are areProminent areProminent areProminent
Prominent Candidates Before Board BoardSuperintendent BoardSuperInt BoardSuperintendent
Superintendent SuperInt ndut Kendall of Indiana IndJanapu jx jxAsei
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Asei 8IIiII8taAt ta t Superintendent Su rIntendt Hojrt of In InSuperintendent IndtaPoIts Indiangpoiis
dtaPoIts diangpoiisSuperintendent dtaPoItsSu
Superintendent Su rlftend t Dvdosi ridges of Omaha OmahaIf OmahaIt
If none of oltheee these 1IhouIdIM flfHMitd b bbe found foundavailable foundaallable foundavailable
available tb the committee oomn ttee will continueIts continue continueits eontlnueIts
its search by examining Ralph II IIBowles IIBowJs HBowles
Bowles of PhillipsExeter Academy AcademyRalph Aeadem AeademRalph AcademyRalph
Ralph Upton formerly of Washingtonand Washington Washingtonan1
and 1 now of t Starting III and various variousothers various0CJw variousothers
others 0CJw 0iJ who Nave 1m ve worked their way waytoward WRo WRotoward waytoward
toward the front in n American public publicschool public1Ieo1 pubicschool
school 1Ieo1 administration admlustrstionFortner administrationFormer ad tft tlon tlonPor
Former Por Scrtrintet ScrLrtesadenl d nt Gave Gov of Den Denv Denver
v ver r whose name me the committee had hadunder hadulKllr hadunder
under special consideration yesterday yesterdayr ye terdllY terdllYr
r rteu u a atop to the aiecueelon of his name nameIDT nameW nameby
IDT teU telegraphing rophins a llnal 1 statement that thathe thathe thathe
he wa was not a candidate tor the post postand postaed postand
and would w n fsrnr f aceept Ce4 pt it It offered to toMm tohiM tohim
hiM One at the reasons r UOM upon which hlch hebased he hebased hetnt
based that tnt aeciijton he said was as that thatHe thathe thathe
He eamedat aarntMl earn tttlliH at MH present occupation considerably con considerably eonslderabl ¬
siderably slderabl more than the salary lary of th thsuperintendent the thpsuperlntt thesuperintendent < >
superintendent superlntt ndent of the Washingtonschools Washington Washingtonschools Vaaltlnglvnschools
schools
Two Sessions Yesterday YesterdayThe YesterdayThe YesterdayThe
The committee on the examination of ofnominees o o1IOml ofnominees
nominees 1IOml eosmot mot twice yesterday ye teNla At the themorning1 theJtOrnlng themorning
morning session h held ld in the Second SecondNational StCOllllNational SecondNational
National Bank building the name of ofProf o oProf ofProf
Prof Gave was considered and his tel telegraphic ttlegraphlo telegraphlc ¬
egraphic statement read At the after afternoon aftt afteraeon > r rleon ¬
noon session sos l8ft held at the Franklin Franklinschool Frankllnschool Franklinschool
school there were present on the invitaten in invitation InItatfon ¬
vitation of the committee President PresidentBaird PresidentBaird PresidentBaird
Baird Mr Oyster Oyst and Dr Atwood AtwoodMrs AtwoodlIr AtwoodMrs
Mrs lIr Hill and Mrs Terrell who were wereunable wereunable wereunable
unable to attend were accordingly accordinglythe
the only membors of the board who did didnot didnot didnot
not take tak part in the conference conferenceA
A free discussion of the situation situationbrought 84tuatfonbrought situationbrought
brought the six members to a better betterunderstanding bettfrunderstanding betterunderstanding
understanding of the tb committees committeescourse commltteescourse committeescourse
course that has prevailed heretofore heretoforeIt
It began with a reference to a sugges suggestion suggestion suggestion ¬
tion made outside of the board that one oneof on onof oneof
of the local candidates dldat8S should be select selected selected Mledcd
ed then and there and the present prSf > nt un uncertainty uncertalnt uncertainty ¬
certainty certalnt be brought to an end To Tothat TJthat Tothat
that there was instant objection obJaet1 n
One member took the ground that
there was only one right way to bring
the uncertainty to an end and nd that wn wnby wns wnsby ft R
by the selection of ai II the beet be t man avail available avaHable available ¬
able
Best Man Wins Day DayAnother DayAnothQl DayAnother
Another member Uten took up the theproposition theproposition theproposition
proposition that a ft local oat man should sJtould be beappeinted beappelnted beappointed
appointed whether He was wa the beat man manor manor manor
or not and after stating stat Ing his conviction convictionthat eonvt convlctonthat tfln tflntbat
that the boards responsibility was to tothe tothe tothe
the children of the schools and not to toany tot toany
any ef t the th candidates he p put tt this ques question ClUStlon question ¬
tion flatly at his associates associatesAre associatesAre tes tesAre
Are you you In favor of choosing chO tnc the very verybest verybest er erbast
best man we can And whether he is a alocal a10CRI alocal
local man or at present not a local localman localnlan localman
man manThe nlanThe manThe
The answer from every member pres present priSont present ¬
ent it la 1 s said was in the affirmative affirmativeOn aIfirmatJEOn affirmativeOn
On the strength of that poll a member memberof InpmbEror memberof
of the committee then announced that thatlater thathter thatlater
later statements from Superintendent SuperintendentKendall SuperintendentKendall SuperintendentKendall
Kendall of Indianapolis had given ven the thecommittee thecommittee
hope that he might prove to tobe t tbe tobe
be available In one dispatch the Indianapolis In Indianapolis Indlnmtpolls ¬
dianapolis superintendent had declined t tpermit fo formit to topermit <
permit rmit his name to be used u ed In reply replyto rephto rerlyto
to a late inquiry from the committee committeehe
he said he desired tu J consult with friends friendain frlen friendsIn s sIn
in Indiana before deciding In a thir thtrreceived thirreceived thlrA thlrArtClived
received yesterday after several furtherstatements further furtherstatements turt r rstatements
statements from the committee he pro projvosed prortOlHd proroved
roved that he should meet the commit committoe committoe committee
toe as soon as possble possbleThat p blp blpThat bleThat
That change in the th situation as it t affects af affacts attoots
facts Mr fr Kendall and tl tie < e better understanding under understanding understanding ¬
standing which now prevails l1r a1ls in th thboad tI tIboad the theboad
boad moved the committee to arrange arrangefor arrangpfor arrangefor
for a conference with bint bl hlnf rt as soon as aspossible aspOSiitble aspossible
possible and then to examine suril suritother su surilother it itother
other nominees nomine s as seemed likely to meet meetthe meetthe meetthe
the need of the District With thau that thatctton
ctton ins th meeting was BOJournea 1

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