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GIN FREDERICK FUNSTON FUNSTONWho FUNSTONWho FUNSTONWho
Who Is in Washinf Washington ton Pending PeDclin Re turn to His Post in SaD Francisco I
BUILDING TIEUP TIEUPNOT TIEUPIMPENDING
NOT IMPENDING IMPENDINGSAYS IMPENDINGSAYSATTORNEY
SAYS SAYSATTORNEY SAYSATTORNEYCounsel ATTORNEY ATTORNEYCouns
Counsel Couns l for for the MasterPl Master MasterPlumbers lVasterPlumbers
Pl Plumbers u tubersT Thinks links Settle Settlement Settlen1erit Sett e ¬
ment rrie rrieJames iIt Is IsNear Near NearJames NearJames
James So BusbySmith Ith who rope roperents repre represents reprefents ¬
rents the master plumbers in the disn disnput d drut dLo dLopute
put pute between betw the latter and lid the thejourneymen theJurneymen the1urneymen
journeymen which is I to be arbitratediiitt arbitrated arbitratedfiid arbttratedH
fiid H d today that he did not look for foranother torttn1t11fr forr
another r tieup in building operations operationsr opetloucr1 operationsanI
cr1 r < l expressed the opinion that therev there thereviiM therewllld
viiM v old be a meeting meeUftpot of the arbitration arbitrationI
I and before the time set October 23 23Ihf Uf 23ihc
Ihf f ihc journeymen jOUnM7 plumbers > > lum era are anxious anxioustlat anxloutiat anxioustat
tat the beard shall meet without any anyfarther an antirther anyi
farther delay and in this th they theyb are arebu arec
i
c bu b < k kid i up by t t > M e building trades tradesroncerninjr tradeCon tradestoncerntngtbe
roncerninjr Con toncerntngtbe cernfAI the status of the pro prorr proct proreedings
rr ct reedings pilings ings and what he had done doneIunsel as ascounsel actcounsel
counsel Iunsel for the master plumbers to tobring tobring tobring
bring the question tt to an issue Mr MrEdsbySmith MrEasbSmiUt MrEasbySmith
EdsbySmith today made the following followingstatement tolJowtncftaternent followingstatement
statement statementI
I know nothing whatever whatov about the thereported theJr thereported
Jr reported rttMl meeting of the committee cOmmittee rep repitsoiitingr repliIlUng repI
I itsoiitingr iiting the building trades tra said to toave toare
> ave been b held Tuesday night but I Idc Iti
dc ti < 1 > not believe they would Jake Lke any such suchra auchra1cl1 suchra
ra ra1cl1 lical action as is indicated hi theartirje the thearticje theart
art articje ia yesterdays fMterdAYa Times TimesIf Tim TimIt TimesIf
If there has been any undue delay delayon de1ayn
on n the part of the thebaud board of l arbitrationor Arbitrationor arbitration
or II tile parties rU to the controversy controve y the thedt thel1dy thetl
dt l1dy tl lay cerWD17 certainly has h not n t been the fault faultof taultof faultof
of the master 11 plumbers plumbersI
I understand that a great eat part of thetli the thedtlay thelll1ay
tli dtlay lay baa been due to the fact act that thatJudge thatJudge thatJudge
Judge Peelle the fifth member Mr of the thelird the1ird thet
lird iard HSS as out of town until after thefrst the thefrst th thfrst
t
frst of r October I was retained retaln by the theMa theI
1 Master Ma ter Plumbers Plu labers in September and af aft alt ifit
t it < r receiving recely the eommnJcatlons from fromtie fromt1 fromte
tie t1 board stating that the board de defiitd defrd derd
fiitd rd a a statement tatment of questions QU88 on agreed agreedu A agreedtort < < 1eed
u tort > on by both parties submitted at an anraly an11y anr
raly r 11y day da I immediately ooinmunica ooinmunicated oommunicaa
a ted t d with the president pres1de t of Local Union UnionNo Uniono
No 0 5 and requested a conference with withjifm withJin1 withlatnt
jifm or his hi representative nopre entaUve or attorney attorneya attorneY attorneY1if
a 1if speedily as s possible possibleMr poalbleYI possibleHr
Mr McCarthy president of Local Local1nlon Loealtnillu Localrrlon
1nlon No 5 not having answered my myJetttr mykttfr mylettt
lettt Jetttr r on October 1 S I talked to him himmer himer himover
over er the phone and he stated to me methat methat e ethat
that a representative or attorney would wouldhe wouldput wouldhe
he f put > ut into communication with me on onthe Oft1hf onthe
the following tollOWI day I beard nothing fur further furthlr furthtr ¬
ther until Friday October 5 when whenStuart wbeAStuart whenStuart
Stuart McNfnmara McNr = mara informed he that he hehad heJlnt hehad
Jlnt had Just been retained by Local Union UnionNo UnionXo UnionNo
No 5 v to represent It before the board boardand boardnnd boardand
and ever since Ince then Mr McNamara and andI
I have been acting In cooperation In mframing InIra Inframing
framing Ira nllng the issues i to be presented to toI tot tot
t ht board boardI
I board have h veno no doubt that the issues uea will willbe willbf Willbe
be bf framed med medno noand and agreed upon before the thetime thetimf thetime
time set by the board for Its meeting meetingwhich meetlacwhich meeting meetingwhich
which Is Tuesday October 21 at 4 t p m mPOSTPONES mPOSTPONES mPOSTPONES
POSTPONES EXECUTION EXECUTIONOF
OF MURDERER GRANT GRANTCharles GRANTCharle GRANTCharles
Charles E Grant colored convicted of ofthe otthe ofthe
the murder of Eva Barnes also colored coloredand coloredand > ored oredand
and under sentence > to b bI hangod lathe latheptstrtct In th thDlstnct the thefrom
ptstrtct Jail a week from next nextlife nextruMdaY nextruMdaYwall
a aCourt an n ad4IUO ltioM fl leave on onUfe onlife
wall today to toby day given
daythe thegiven which eeriernis blcb blcbmade
lifegas life by byday the Court of o on AppejOs PpefWi
KdeSn made P order P pofi postponing P ln g S5S haa execution executionto
some future date The new date teior teiorthe for torthe forthe
to
the execution will be fixed by y the trial trialcourt tria triacourt trialcourt I
court courtz i
z
GEN FUNSTON HERE HEREEXPLAINS HEREEXPLAINS
EXPLAINS RECALL RECALLFROM RECALLCUBA
FROM CUBA FORGES FORGESHis
i
Hrs is Opinion He Was WasPicked WasPicked WasPicked
Picked to Handle Only OnlyFirst OnlyFirst OnlyFirst
First Expedition ExpeditionGen
Chen Gen 0 Frederick Pension who no went to toCuba toCu toCuba
Cuba Cu n command of the expedition of ofAmerican oflDeriean ofAmerican
American troops troo and was unexpectedly unexpectedlyrecalled unexpeetedl7reealItfl unexpectedlyrecalledtt
recalled reealItfl when wh the command was turned turnedover turnedoyer turnedover
over to General Bell arrived in Wash Washington Washtnctoa Washhagton ¬
ington today He said he would leave leaveagate IveaP1n leaveagain
agate as a soon as possible to return to tohi tohla tobin
bin hi poet In San FranciscoThe Francisco FranciscoThe FrancillCOTtae
The luckiest man man that ever donned d ctned a aUniform aunltormtbaC auniformthats
Uniform unltormtbaC that a what so many of both bothhis bothhi bothhis
his hi admirers and his detractors detractorshim declare declarehim declarehimh
him to be bewho who fought with 1th the Cuban Cubaninsurgents CubanInurt CubanInsurgents
insurgents in their final war for free freedom treedom freedom ¬
dom who ho swam the Ragbag river ver to tofame towhe tofame
fame whe captured Agutoaldo A1Ul a1do and andwith andwith ad adwith
with him more fame who was wa lucky luckyenough JuekyenoUh luckyenough
enough to be in command at San Fran Francisco Frane FraneLco ¬
cisco e eo when the earthquake gave him a achance achance achance
chance to make especially e eelally good who whowas whowu whowas
was summoned to handle the American Americantroops Americantroops Amerteantroopa
troops in the campaign in Cuba and andwho andwho andwho
who wit wan right afterward recalled for formore formore formore
more or less 1 mysterious reasons reaao was wasfound wastound wasfound
found at breakfast at the Willard He Hedidnt Hedidnt Hedidnt
didnt have time to tell all the things thingshe
he thought about Cuba but he suggest suggested autrPflted suggested ¬
ed a few of them themI
I feel hopeful of the lh situation there therehe therebe e ehe
he said d But Im not so 1M > > cocksure cockaurepeople as assome assome
some people are who dont know so somuch somUc1l somuch
much about the lb Cubans as a I do doDisarmament doDisarmament doDisarmament
Disarmament Complete CompleteAsked CompleteAJlked CompleteAsked
Asked about the progress of the work workof workof workof
of disarming D < < the th insurgents GeneralFuititen General GeneralFwuitan GeneralFuaton
Fwuitan said saidThats iIaJd iIaJdThAt saidThats
Thats ThAt all done now We didnt dt t get getall pt ptILl getalt
all ILl the army by any means but we did didwhat didw didwhat
what w at is more mo e important Importantsot got the bands bandsof bandaof bandsof
of insurgents IlUIu ta dispersed and seat to their theirhomes their1I01D8II theirhomes
homes The anus they had were prac practically praetlcall prsctkally ¬
tically tlcall all oldfashioned ones left over overfrom OftIfrom overfrom
from the last war stories that they theywere theywell theywere
were well supplied with good modern modernweapons modemweporuI modernweapons
weapons are not true We got about aboutMM aboutLON
MM 1 guns from them which I suppose supposewas supposewas uJ OM OMwas
was about hah of their supply apply They Theywere The Thew Theywere
were w well mounted moun led however had bedho good goodhorses goodhorses
horses ho because when an insurrection insurrectionis
is en n they just absorb the horses ho they theyneed theyneed theyneed
need dont consider it stealing stealingWhat lItea1lncWhat stealingWhat
What about the atone that have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been told in explanation of your YGtIreaU recall re recall ¬
call from Cuba 1 was asked askedWell ukedEIl askedR
Well R ell tell me what the th stories are arereplied arereplled arereplied
replied the general generalHe generalIle enew enewHe
He was told tbat for one thug thln the theCubans theCuban theCubans
Cubans Cubans were said to have resented h hselection his hiselection his hisselfCtIon
election for the command because enituse he hehad hehad e ehad
had been quoted as saying that the theCubans theCubana theCubans
Cubans were unfit for selfgovernment selfgovernmentand
and were we inferior to the Filipinos JoUp tos and andalso andaJ1JO andalso
also that they th4 didnt like him because becausethey becausethe becausethey
they the regarded him as a deserter fromth from fromthe fromth
the th insurgent army of the last laa war warI warI
1 I I dont believe rmr I ever mid anything anythingof
of that sort about the Cubans de declared deeland declared ¬
clared the general eneral with th spirit pirit though thoughI
I might mJ < < ht have thought it But it isnt isnttrue l isnttrue nt ntthe
true the Cubans are re far superior to t tb the thewhat theFiliDiroOll theFilm
Film FiliDiroOll FiliDiroOllWell ros rosWell
Well what about a t the Filipinos Filipinosthey ind IilldU indthe red redthe
the U prospect that they y will 1 1Filipinos develop developcapacity devel develcpacUy develp
capacity for cffoctive effueti se seifgovernmentr seifgovernmentrOh goveemneut goveemneutOh
Oh I canc enter nter into any an general generaldiscu generaldlacUltl1on generaldiscussion
discu dlacUltl1on discussion Kton of all those tho matters matters now nowAnd BOWAJk1 norAnd
And about that story torY that the Cu Cubans cubana Cubans ¬
bans regard you as a deserter deserterThey dterTThey desertedThey
They dont regard me fte as a deserter deserterat d8lHrterat deserterat
at all declared the general with a agood axood agood
good deal of earnestness That Is I theContinued the theContinued theContinued
Continued on Second Page PageU i
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INTfRIOR TER1OR MAD MADPROUTY MADPROUTY
PROUTY INOUIRY INOUIRYHfLU INOUIRYHELD
HELD IN SCORN SCORNInterstate SCORNInterstate
Interstate Commissions CommissionsWork CommissionsWark CommissionsWork
Work Viewed in Light Lightof Lightof Lighto
o of Sheer Imperti Impertinence Impertinence Impertinence ¬
nence nenceLAND nenceLAND nenceUNEARTHED
LAND OFFICE PROBE PROBEUNEARTHED PROBEUNEARTHED PROBENO
UNEARTHED UNEARTHEDLAND NO FRAUD FRAUDBut FRAUDBut FRAUDBut
But Recent Investigators Se Secured Secured S Scured ¬
cured Incriminating Affida Affidavits Affidavits Affidavits ¬
vits From EntrYmen Entry EntrymenPre EntrymenPreviously men PreviouslY Pre Previously ¬
viously Interrogated InterrogatedThere
There Is a difference dttrs ce of oftween opiate between be between ¬
tween the Department t of f the Interiorand Interior Interiorand Iatwlorand
and the Interstate Commerce CoMmercealon Commis Commission Commisslon ¬
sion as to the importance importa ce of 0 > the evi evidence mdence evidence ¬
dence secured by Commissioner Prouty Proutyin
in hi hls investigation lnvesti atton of the coal land sit situation altuatlon sltuutlon ¬
uation along the Union Pacific PacificThe PaclAcTho PacldaThe
The Interior Department does not con consider ceastder oencider ¬
cider the developments dev lopments incident to the theProuty theProuty theProuty
Prouty inquiry of much Importaaoe The TheInterstate TbeI TheInterstate
I Interstate Commission on oft the other otherhand otherhand otherhand
hand regards npr them as of so much im importance 1 1portaaoe importance ¬
portance that it has sent t duvet to the thePresident UaePreslden thePreslden
Preslden a special preliminary report reporton reporton reporton
on the renditions 4i bons on unearthedThe unearthed unearthedThe uneartbedThe
The Interior Department nt people are aredisposed aredisposed aredisposed
disposed to umke aAlle light of the theof signlflcaaee signlflcaaeeof
of the Protity Pim zy testimony tf tJmony One official oCYdilthere officialthere o other
there ther declared d that the Union Pacific Pacificland Paclftcland Padt c cland
land affairs affa1 s were Investigated Ivtl ated years e18 ago agoby a80by agoby
by the General Land Office and that thatthey tbtthey thatthey
they found none of the evidences tdeaceI of offraud ottraud offraud
fraud which Commissioner Prouty and aalAttorney aDdAttorney
Attorney Marchand developed developedAccording clenlopedAccordlnc developedAccording
According to t Assistant Commissioner Commissionerof
of Public Lands Lands Pollock the r roriginal of
Ute Land OfftCt > lone ago huntM hunt up theoriginal the theoritrinal thePanda
original entrymen of these very atup coal
lands l ntb who made affidavits a JclavitJI that at their theirentries theircntrl theirentries
entries cntrl were in good ood faith and pot
for the benefit of 0 or with the Ift Inten ¬
tion of transferring them to any other otherperson oUaerperson o operson
person or corporation And A those the af ¬
fidavits are Ie regarded as final and con conelusive concI conelusive
elusive elusiveIn cI elusiveInrwd tv tvIanR1
IanR1 tiea a Certi Iaprtiainee IaprtiaineeIn Ipatbt c cIn
In factr fact line Mr Investigation < by Com Commissioner Com Commissioner m mmsloner ¬
missioner Prouty bringing to light evi evidence evldenco Yl Yldence ¬
dence of corruption in connection with withthe withthe withthe
the coal lands is plainly pJa aly regarded re rded as Impertinence im impertinence bnpErUnence ¬
pertinence That department long 10 10provecl ago agoproved agoproved
proved to t Its own satisfaction that these theselands UaeMlanda theselands
lands were secured by the Union Paeifle PaeACand Paeifleand PuHlcand
and its subsidiary eorpen corporations 1ona the
Union Pacific Coal Company and the the8uperlqrCoal
Superior 8uperlqrCoal Coal Company ia legitimate
fashion and It manifests small am small Il sym symfor aympaday sympathy
paday for uiy n i invatlgat investigation on that now nowtens nowUe nowtens
Ue tens to bring ring its is conclusions into intoQuestion 1010QuntIen citequestion
QuntIen8d questionAnd Question QuestionAnd
And 8d besides this it was w explained explsinedursulng explaineddaere explainedthere
there t Is nothing now to be gained b bpu by bypursuing
pursuing pu the matter because these thesetnds theaeJan thesebinds
Jan binds tnds have been patented pate ted more than thansix thanUx thansix
six years and patents ents outstanding that thatlong thatloR thatiooa
long loR iooa < < can not be be1ed assailed This Thiswas situa situation situation si ¬
Chiefsi
tion U was explained by Chief siClerk Clerk ClerkLewis ClerkLewbJ r rLewis
Lewis la charge of thespecial the special agents agentsThe apIltaThe agentsThe
The law of March S lib 1J01 Mr Lewis Lewisexplains Lewinexplains Lewblexplains
explains provides that any patent patentwhich patenthlch patentwhich
which hlch has been In force six years may maynot JDaYnot maynot
not thereafter be set aside It was waspassed w wpaaeed waspassed
passed in order to put an end to totroubles totroublell totroubles
troubles ovr ovllt titles titlesThe UtleaTbe titlesThe
The Union Pacific coal lands have been beenpatented beenpatented beenpatented
patented mt nuch h longer to than six years yearsso yearsso
so there is I no possibility of getting the thepatent thepatent thepatent
patent vacated no matter what showing showingmight abowiqml showingmight
might ml t be made madeMr madeMr madeMr
Mr Lewis said Id that t1 law o limitation limitationprotected UnattaUoDprotected limitationprotected
protected many thousands of other pat patents patent patenta ¬
ents ent which otherwise otherw e might w 8 attacked attack attacked attaclteel ¬
ed Of course he explained ex lnecl prosecu prosecutions PIOIeCUUOIUI prosecutions ¬
tions under the criminal statutes tut can canbe canbe canbe
be pressed for frauds > > perpetrated In Ingetting InptUn ingetting
getting ptUn < < the lands but these would not nothelp nothelp nothelp
help restore the lands to the public publicdomain pbllcdomain publicdomain
domain domainAssistant domainAat8tant domainAssistant
Assistant Commissioner Pollock in insisted Inthat insisted ¬
sisted that the Land Office had been beendone beendone beendone
done injustice in some of the reports of ofthings oftbJap ofthings
things transriricg through the Prouty
investigation investigationThe InveUp tloo tloorhe
The situat on n as to these very coal coallands coalJanda coallands
lands was investigated long ago by this thisdepartment thisdeprtment thisdepartment
department explained Mr Pollock PollockOur PollockOur Pollockburs
burs Our special pedal al sen Yenta entll la went out and hunt hunted hunted hunted ¬
ed up the t e m JDta mt ui who entered many of the thelands thelanda thelands
lands They all made m de affidavits that thelands the thelands thelanda
lands were entered by them for their theirown theirown theirown
own use and benefit and not for any ¬
body bod else elseBut e1Ie e1Ieut elseBut
But ut was W 1iI suggested to Mr lr Pollocksome Pollock Pollocksome POlloellt
some of these same entrymen appears appeared appearedbefore ILPpeRreGbefore i ibefore
before the th Interstate Commission Inves Investigators InveaUpton investigators ¬
tigators and swore that they were wer given liventhe giventhe shrenl1M
the monev with which to make pay payments pa pamenu payments ¬
ments for the lands lan by the railroad com company company cornPamty ¬
pany J Arid rod d they swore ore they were ere paid paidIS paidI paid7i
IS I to N 4 euh eti h for signing signs g the papers and andafterward andafterward andafterward
afterward relinquishing relinquishingg to the th railroad railroadinterests railroadIftterelta railroadinterests
interests Wouldnt those things thin thinve go to toprove toptOve top
prove p ro ve original bad faith faithlfw tnlthfew aith
few Evidence Secured SecuredYes S Sic urtxl urtxlYes zradYes
Yes but our people didnt get t that thatevidwce thateYldftee thateridnce
evidwce they cot affidavits of original originalbona originalbona originalbow
bona fides ftde and there was no evidence evidenceof
of conspiracy or Intent to defraud defraudfar so sofar sofar > >
far as II we know knowThen bowThen knowThen
Then it would appear that the com commissions comm1atOb cornntttsdon ¬
m1atOb missions a investigators were 1eTe able to get getsome setIIOIne getsome
some important evidence evlde ee that your spe special lipeeaal rpeclal ¬
cial agents failed to getr getrMr pt ptKr setMr
Mr Pollock was still utt unable upo l to see tint
it was particularly significant ftcant It is re regarded reprdecI regarded ¬
garded by b some other people as significant signifi significant alplfteant ¬
cant and there is wide interest in the
further course of the President t in the thepremises thepren
premises premisesThe pren press pressThe res resThe
The special agents service of the Land
Office has lately been reorganised and
it is hoped better results re ulu will m be se secured 1Iecured secured ¬
cured Formerly each agent worked
Independently and reported directly to tothe
the department Now an agent in incharge Incbarp incharge
charge is located at each of a a dosen dosenimportant dosenImportant dozenimportant
important points in the Western public publicnllion
land region with agents enle working under
him vho ho report to him he m In turn turnmaking turnmaklntr turnmaking
making reports to Washington There Thereare Thereare Thereare
are about seventy yenty special agents agen ta now nowin nowIn nowin
in the department departmentConcerning departmentConcerning t tConcernlnK
Concerning the investigations that tnut tnutprogress t are arenow arenow arenow
now in progress plOCIt > throughout the land re regions regiona i e eonaa ¬
gions onaa the department ia not disposed to tobe tocommunicative
be communicative communicative on the ground that thatit thatIt t tit
it would flush the game me Cases Cases C in involving tnyolvinc Involving ¬
volving fencing lands Jand lands in Colorado and andWyoming andVyoming andWyoming
Wyoming are pending pend Inc A great number numberof numberof
individual patent tents are under InvetJUptlou invests inves investigatiou
tigatiou ts tiou L C Wheeler special agent agentot agentof
the Department of Justice is work working workIq worklog ¬
log on the matter totter of retting getting evidencei evidence evidenceIn
In Nebraska to be used In n pending trials i iIn
in that State The Land Office O Hee merely
that a n great number of home homelitead homestead I
stead entries are being examined examinedr
r
HURRICANE IN CUB CUBA CUBACAMP CUBACAMP A ACAMP
CAMP COLUMBIA HIT
CAMP COLUMBIA
TO ASK CONGRESS CONGRESSFOR CONGRESSFOR
FOR JAMESTOWN JAMESTOWNAPPROPRIATION JAMESTOWNAPPROPRIATION
APPROPRIATION APPROPRIATIONNr
Mr Ir Macfarland Awaits Ac Action Action Action ¬
tion by Three Busi Business Business Busi Business ¬
ness Associations AssociationsAs
J JAs
As soon as Washingtons three trade tradeorganisations tI tradeorganitlotfens e eoraaamaUon
organisations give ve Commissioner Mae Maearlaud Maetarlaacl bfacfarland
arlaud their formal indorsement l done aent of the theproposition tJMpropGldUon thepropesitLOU
proposition to have aave Congress appropri appropriate appropripta ¬
ate a sum of money 0110 to provide a adpa maul muatcipal mauldpal
cipal exhibit e i lt at a the ocdgg Jamestown0xpaSTtloa Jamestown JamestownBxposUlon
BxposUlon Uon h he will wfththe with the approval approvalof
of his colleagues present the suggestion suggestionIn oa oaIn
In concrete form to lOongress Coop at the thecoming
coming comingThis session sessionThis on onlbw
I
This in substance is what the Com Commissioner et Cbmmdssloner a amtuloner ¬
missioner informed a a subcommittee ubcommltteeUM of ofthe ofthe
the committee CODUI ttee of fifteen representing representingthe re rethe
the Beard of Trade the Business Nags MensAssociation NagsAasoclatoo a aAaoc1atloa
Association and DC1 the Jobbers and 114 Ship Shippers S hippets Ip Ippen ¬
pets pen Association in a conference held heldtoday boldtoda baldtoday
today toda at the District DIM DistrictwndtnL building ul1d1n The committee com committee oammltte ¬
mltte mittee was w wsa composed of Thomas Tho W WSmith WSmIth WSmith
Smith R N Harper Monroe Lochs Lochsand IucMand Ltsbsand
and Woodworth dura Cla and their ob object object b bject ¬
ject in asking atIIdD < < the conference they theystated thqRated theystated
stated was to settle definitely what whatcourse wbatcou whatcourse
course cou to pursue In the matter of obi ofeJtabling oIJftalnlq obitaming
tabling Congressional Congrerslonal IODI assistance to tohaving taha Inhaving
having ha vm the Capital represented by bysuitable a awltablemwateJpal asuitable
suitable wltablemwateJpal municipal exhibit at tb the ex exposition eJtp cxpositien ¬
position p II1Uor to open next April I
The Commissioner In informed formed the themitt com1 com1mlttee cam cammlttee
mlttee mitt that with the u acquiesence of his hiscolleagues WscoU hiscoUeaguese
colleagues coU coUeaguese he would ask aa Congress eo to topass topaa topsi
pass psi a Joint resolution tMOlut soon after the theopening theopenJDC theopening
opening of the coming session m in December De December December ¬
cember providing the necessary funds fundsHowever tun tunHowever fundsHowever
However small the amount he said saidthe saidthe d dthe
the main object was to get the appro appropriation approJrtaUou appropriation ¬
priation for this thl purpose He suggest suggested lN suggested eat eated ¬
ed that In the meantime it would be bewen bewell bewell
well for the committee to ascertain ascertainhow ucertaInhow ascertainhow
how much space could be reserved until untilsuch untilucb untilsuch
such ucb Ume as Congress Con could act This Thisthe Th Ththe Thisthe
the committee agreed to do without withoutlay de delay delay ¬
lay H
layCommlMloner Commissioner Macfarland told the thecommittee tbecommlU thecommittee
committee commlU that he believed a municipal municipalexhibit munldp1exhibit municipalexhibit
exhibit should be made and paid for o by byan byan y yan
an appropriation made like all other othermunicipal othermunkfpal othermunicipal
municipal appropriations by Co Cothe Congress CoqrearepreRntina Congressrepresenting
representing the e Dlllltrict taxpayers and andthe
the government governmentproval pro1ed rotd 41ed It had the ap apprval It Itproyal
proval prval of the commercial commercial organizations organisationsThis orpnhratJoaaThl organizationsThis
This Thl exhibit he states 8ta in bis is opinion opinionshould opinionahould opinionshould
should be made in n co conjunction unetlon with an anftdeQ ana I Iadequate
a adequate ftdeQ lAte commercial exhibit made by1 by1local by bylocal bytics
local tics business men menLeant menLearn menLearn
Learn Number of Exhibitors XxWWtorsWa ExhibitorsWashington ExhibitorsWashington
Washington Wa hinton is being heln canvassed today todayby todaJby todayby
by Woodworth Clum who is making makingevery makingevery Jtlac Jtlacevery
every attempt to ascertain eertatn the number numberof numberot numberof
of merchants who will exhibit at the theexposition theexPlUon theexposition
exposition expositionAt
At the meeting of the Jamestown com committee co comlttee committee ¬
mittee last evening it was reported by byJ byJ byJ
J IT Small Jr D J Kaufman and andR andR Ad AdR
R P Andrews Andre that that1io thatfar so far tit the merchants mer merchants mereblwta ¬
chants have taken only onl LOt11 10 1 of the 3JM 3iNfeet 3JMfeet 8MIfeet
feet of space already reserved ed for this thiscitys th18etty thiscitys
citys etty exhibit exhibitIt exhlbttIt
It was also reported to the committee committeethat commlUethat committeethat
that the merchants want much more de detailed detailed dotailed ¬
tailed information about the exhibit thespare the thespace t tand
space and such matters Mr Clum and andT aadT andT
T C Dulin were appointed to take a atrip atrip atrip
trip to Jamestown and and gather all the infomation in information IDformation ¬
formation desired in connection eo nag ectlon with the themaking themakJnI themaking
making of plans for the exhibit exhibitThe e exhibitThe lblt lbltThe
The 400000 Population Club dabThe ClubThe ClubThe
The committee then adjourned and In Informally hIforma1l7 informally ¬
formally as citizens discussed the theproject thepro theproject
project pro of forming fonnln < < the Four Hundred HundredThousand HundredThouaaad HundredThousand
Thousand Population Club as ft means meansof mean meanot meansof
of financing the Greater Washington Washingtonmovement WUhlnatoftmovement Washingtonmovement
movement Upon motion of Monroe MonroeLuchs VonroeLu MonroeLuchs
Luchs Lu luI it was voted not ot to take final foalaction finalaction Analaction
action on the proposition until a com committee eo eomltttE committee ¬
mittee of three consisting roAIIiUn eoA ting of Messrs MessrsBell M MBell MeemaBell
Bell Oyster and Smith had conferred conferredwith conferredwith conferredwith
with the local newspapers as to the most mostadvisable moetadvlble mostadvisable
advisable method mf > lhod for furthering turtherin < < the theGreater theOreater thetreater
Greater Washington movement movementRECEPTION movementRECEPTION movementRECEPTION
RECEPTION AT ALBANY ALBANYFOR ALBANYFOR ALBANYFOR
FOR CANDIDATE CA DIDATE HUGHES HUGHESALBANY HUGHESALBANY HUGHESALBANY
ALBANY N Y Oct M DWhen When the theRepublican tb tbRepubUR theRepubUgaan
Republican gubernatorial train stopped stoppedhere toppedhere j jhere
here today Charles E Hughes stepped steppedfrom steppedfrom t tfrom
from the platform and shook hands with withJrr8At witha i ia
a great many personsMr persons personsMr neno neno11r
Mr Hughes and his party were on ontheir onthel ontheir
their thel way wa to Glens Falls He will return re return j
turn tonight and an informal Inform reception receptionwill reeeptJonwill receptionwill
will be wi tendered him dm by the local Re Republican ItepUblicantt It Itpublicane ¬
publican Tomorrow he will m speak In InCobleskill InCobleskill inCobleskill
Cobleskill Delhi and Oneonta
<
Taft Discusses Cuban Affairs AffairsWith affairsWith AffairsWith
With President and Bacon BaconSays BaconSays BaconSays
Says Bell Will Soon Return ReturnSecretary ReturnSecretary ReturnSecretary
Secretary of War Best B t Sailor Among Party Which WhichEncountered vVhichEncountered WhichEncountered
Encountered Rough Storm torm on theReturn the theReturn theReturn
Return Trip
i
1M rrsMnr 1 c w War Tint tv as hour JaourtW hourthis
tW this morning wni t ever 0 the Cuban Cubanttuadon Cubaftatao Cubansttundon
ttuadon with President r 111IMat Boeeevelt BoeeeveltShortly 1tooMveltIhottI7 RooseveltShortly
Shortly ai aiBacon after the conference ben at
10 ookrok 0 Assistant Secretary of State StateBacon StateBacon
Bacon the other Cuban Cohan eommlssloaer eommlssloaerwho eotpmi e1oner e1onerwho oner onerwbo
who accompanied 0ecn 8ee1UalT try ary Taft to toCfeba toCubs
Cubs C L JVsejhmtbjr Qt ttw Whim Ke Heuse IMa aad be bewas heW bewas
W was admitted to 0 the conference room roomWhen roomWben roomWhen
When the two commissioners left the theWhite theWhite
White House they were reluctant to tell taHwhat tellwhat tellwhat
what bad been said M Mrs Taft Mid be hewas bewa bewas
was wa not at liberty Ubert to say whether the thePresident lbewu thePresident
President was going m to Panama but ric aeknowledged ac acknowledged ricpIOwIedpId ¬
knowledged this th subject was discussed discussedPreme dbcuuedThe discussedThe
The vacancy 0It the he UDlt United States atatePIem Sn Sn1reme
Preme Court bench was mat ot considered consideredhe
he aid
To T Leave Cuba CIa Alwie MsacWe AlwieWe e eWe
We wilt not leave Cuba to the Cubans Cubansuntil Cubansuntil
until absolute te tranquillity has been re restored restored ¬
stored at Nd throughout th the island Iaa4 Just bow howsoon bowII90 bowaeon
soon II90 this tJ a will be I cannot say but it itcertainly ItcertaiD1y Itcertainly
certainly apt m not come until after the theelections theelectloM lb lbelection
elections electionsnificaat electloMitecretarr electionSecretary
Secretary of War Taft made this aIe aIenlfteaat signiM
nificaat niM ant remark this morning at the theWar tIaeWar theWar
War Department after he had been to toconference IaCOIate Intoitterenee
conference with the President and ex explained expIaIDe4 expWned ¬
plained to him In detail the present preMDtpoUUcl presentpolitical presentpolitical
political situation In Cuba Cu and the thenous theatNDUOu thestrenuous
strenuous nous time he and his WI colleagues coucu of ofIB oftile ofthe
tile pesca pOnmtssion commtMloa bad experienced experteneedI
IB I bringing about peace In C Cuba CubaSecretary CubaSecretary ba baSecretary
Secretary Taft said that when the theAmericans theJMrtcu theAmericans
Americans get through with Cuba the theconditions thecodI thecogdltlona
conditions codI cogdltlona on will be such that there will willbe wi1be wijihe
be no possibility of further insurrection insurrectionor UUlurrec on onor
or political disturbances which threatened threat threatened threatened ¬
ened the life lit of the republic The Sec Secretary aerelarr Secretary ¬
retary was unwilling unwllUn < < to predict when the theelections theelec theelections
elections elec ON would be held in Cuba Cu Cubathe the be in inference Intwenc Inf ¬
f ference ance drawn from his remarks on this thissubject U thissubject iJ iJaubjeet
subject was that It would be many manymonths man manmoatta manymonths
months before conditions would be ripe ripein ripeIn ripeIn
in Cuba for fair elections e Uon to be held heldunder held1U1det heldunder
under the military mt tarT supervision of this thiscountry tIWIcoUJatrr thiscountry
country
No Election Till Peace PeaceHe Peacelie PeaceHe
He declared most emphatically that thatno thatno thatno
no elections el UoM would be held until all the thehard thehard thehard
hard feeling fHUn and bitterness engendered engenderedby
by the recent Insurrection no longer r ex exCOLTON exGOLTON extII1TO
COLTON tII1TO WILL 1LL CONTEST CONTESTCompleting CONTESTTO
TO OPEN OPENiN IN NEWYORK NEWYORKeompletlq MEYOilCompleting i
Completing today to aY the taking of the thetestimony thetestimony
testimony of the Washington witnesses witnessesconcerned wita witacoacerned witnessesconcerned
concerned in the contest over the will willof willof willof
of the late Ellen M Colton the attor attorneys attorneya attorneys ¬
neys for the contestant and defendant defendantwill detendantwUI defendantwill
will leave eave tot New York City early to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow where several vera hearings hearin will be beheld beheld beheld
held before Thomas Ford an examiner examinerappointed examinerapp1lnted examinerappctnted
appointed by the court The first bear bearins bM bMtnc hearlug
ins in that city win be on Saturday SaturdayThe SaturdayThe SaturdayThe
The interest In the Colton win con contest CODtest contest ¬
test now centers ce ters in tho disposition of the thevetltkm UtepeUtlon thepetition
petition pending nd1n nding before the District Su Supreme Supreme Supreane ¬
preme Court Court upon which hinges thelocation the thelocation theJoeatton
location of the coming legal J8tP battleINSANE battle batUeRichard battleINSANE
INSANE MAN MA KILLED KILLEDBY KILLEDBY
BY LEAP fROM WINDOW WINDOWRlehard IMDO IMDORichard
Richard W v EUI Ellis fortyeight years yearsold yearsolc1 yearsold
old an inmate of the Government Hos Hospital HOtIpltal 1lospital ¬
pital for the insane since list Jumped Jumpedfrom Jumpedfrom jumpedfront
from a secondstory window at the In Institution InIIdtutlon Inatitutlon ¬
stitution about 738 oclock Tuesday Tuesdaynight Tue Tuesdaynight day daynlht
night and received injuries from which whichhad whichhed whichhod
had led two hours hou later He received receiveda
a fracture of the skull and andlntenaal Internal in injuries InJurkw injuries ¬
juries and was w uneonstous unooa louc when whenwas he hewas hpwas
was found by attendants attendantsA
A certificate of ft accidental ental death was wasissued wa waIlIIued wasIssued
issued by the coroner Ellis was a na native ngtlV8 nathe ¬
the of Connecticut
Wed ba Ute bear E fJl tile peepl MN II h sad aMIuad1 saduntil
until they showed br the uu actlsuM to toward toweed 0 0w ¬
w ward one another that the time had hadagain ba4ap1a badagain
again come when f fposition they were III a proper properpoIIt properposition
position poIIt On to resume the reins of 0 self aeItcov aeItcovment selfgovernment gov government ¬
ernment ernmentUnless ernmentUnless ment mentUnlen
Unless some 80 unforeseen unf trouble arises arisesIn an anIn aripesin
In Cuba Secretary ecretar nary Taft declared there therewould therewqW4 therewould
would be no eaueafo as use foe faitAmeriean t hi wadng ores si eg the theAmerican kin kinAmerican
American army now there under der thecommaid the thecommand Ihecommacl
command of Brig Gen GoaJ J F Funer Franklin uner unerFranklin B Bell Bellthe Bailthe U Uthe
the Chief of Staff Sta On the contrary be besaid besaW hesaid
said it was w the intention to withdraw withdrawimmediately wttJldrawimme4latelY withdrawimmediately
immediately all of the marines mart now In Inthe Inthe inthe
the island with the exception of a II force forceof forceftf forceof
of sheet 689 H men menMaria meaKarbid menM
Maria Karbid M will be stationed in smalltowns small smalltowns JllDaUtownll
towns distant from Havana Secretary SecretaryTaft SecretaryTait I
Taft has recommended that all of the theveseeis theet thevassets
veseeis et of the navy naY stationed in the thewaters thelat6r thewaters
waters of Cuba with the exception ex < < ptlon of ofa ofa ofa
a few of the smaller craft be ordered to toother toother toother
other stations The three or four smaller small smaller 8ID11er ¬
er warships retained at Cuban ports will willbe w willbe 1 1be
be used for transport service 1IerVt for the themarines tbemartn themarines
marines martn and to give lve moral JftOI1 rapport to toth tot tothr
th t thr > troops troo It is t believed by Secretary
Taft that there may be no actual need needfor needtor needfor
for their services vtcea A regular line of ofarmy otuaaporta ofatMy
army transports consisting of the Sam Scunner Samaer Samar ¬
ner Need Meade Ingalls In Ua and KUpatrick will willbe willbe Willbe
be run 10 between the United States Stat and andCuban andCuban andCuban
Cuban ports These vessels will carry carryprovisions CILIITprovWona carryprovisions
provisions to the troops hi Cuba and andwill an4wUJ andwill
will also a o make any transfers of troops troopson troopahleb troopswhich
which hleb mal be decided on at some future futuredate futuredate futuredate
date
General Boll to Return Seen SeenSecretary S S8eeretarJ SeenSecretary
Secretary Taft said that Brig B Gen GenJ GeeJ
J Franklin Bell who is now in com command command command ¬
mand of the Army of Cuban Pacifica Pacification PacUlcattoa Paditeartton ¬
tion will not remain in Cuba for more morethan morefour morethan
than four or five weeks when hen be will willreturn willreturn willreturn
return to this city and resume his hi impor important ImportaDt importaut ¬
taut duties as chief of staff taft The Secre Secretary Secretary Secretary ¬
tary said that when he first received receivedInstructions receivedInstruc receivedInstructions
Instructions Instruc OId from the President Pre 1dent to head headth headthft headthe
th the American Peace Commission to toCuba toCuba toCuba
Cuba he recommended in case it de developed deopea developed ¬
veloped opea that this country would have haveto hanto haveto
to send an army to Cuba that General GeneralBell GeueralBlttl GeneralHell
Bell should be the one man to take takecommand takeeoJDmaaad takecommand
command of the troops until affairs affairshad aftalnbad affairshad
had become me well straightened straightened hteaed out to tothe tothf tothe
the > satisfaction UfacUon of the President resident Secre Secretary SecretarY Secretarv ¬
tary Taft and General Bell worked to toprincipal tot to toetter
etter t 1er In the Philippines and one ot the theprincipal theprincipal
principal reasons t ted tb latter was select llelecteel selectof
ed to command in Cuba was that he hethorourhly hethoroughly
I thoroughly understood the policies of ofSecretary oteereb ofSecretr
Secretary Secretr eereb ry y Taft TaftPREVENT TaftPREVENT TaftPilEVENT
PREVENT THiS l WIFE WIFEFROI VII IIFEFROM FE FEFROM
FROM BEING IMPLICATED IMPLICATEDNEW
NEW YORK Oct 18T 181hat hat every very ef effort effort effort ¬
fort is to be made by Harry K Thaw Thawand Thawand Thawand
and his family to prevent Mrs Kveiyn KveiynKesbit EvelYIiNblt > ivsiynNesbit
Kesbit Thaw from fro being in any an way wayimplicated w wImPllcated wayImplicated
implicated in the killing of Stanford StanfordWhite StAaloNWhlte StanfordWhite
White through the action hinted at by byDistrict 1ItDI byDistrict
District DI rtct Attorney Jerome wa w was proved provedtoday ptOVMtoday provedtoday
today when young OtJD < < Thaw was In con conference conterenee conference ¬
ference at the Tombs with his wife wifehis wifeIda te
his mother hill sister teI Mrs George L Lr LCarnIe I ICarnegie
Carnegie r CarnIe le and his h counsel coun el Clifford W WTHE WHartrldp WHart
Hart Hartrldp I ITHE
THE WEATHER REPORT REPORTTEMPERATURE REORTlIDMPJRATURE REPORTTffiMPERATURE
TEMPERATURE TEMPERATUREa
J s e a ft i4 i4IS 4 4IS
IS noon O M Mip f
1 ip p m t tOtesieterMl N NfBegiefered
OtesieterMl A Axleeks eef eefa SeasI nI dThiSaemetm dThiSaemetmDOWNTOWN neI 7 II IIDOWInOWN
DOWNTOWN TZiI1BRATURII TZiI1BRATURIIm llB1PBRA TU1tK TU1tKJ
J a m 11I1IOOft M MIS N NWool
IS noon v a aH i
1 p Po m ti tiSun CtSUN t4SUN
SUN TA TASun 1 1Sun
Sun sets e ltMay todaySe today fcJf fcJfSun 11Sua
Se Sun a rises rIMe tomorrow fas fasTIDJt tl1sTIDY
TIDE TABLC TABLLhgit TABLCHigh TABLXBJgh
High tide today tt p Po mLow m mLow tnow
Low ow tide today xaff p 110 JII JIIHip srHigh
High tide tomorrow 818 p m mLow mLow mLow
Low tide tld tomorJewatt tomorrow 4t a m JOO p mHARPERS m mHARPERS mHARPERS
HARPERS FJBRRY W Vm Oct 18 18Both 18Both 16Both
Both rivers clear
0
Cable Communication CommunicationWith Con1municationWith CommunicationWith
With Island Lost Since SinceLast SinceLast SinceWhen
Last Night When Storm StormReached StormReach Stormel
Reached Reach d Hg HgMANY Height HeightMANY Heigl1tMANY el t
MANY LIVES LOST LOSTGENERAL LOSTGENERAL LOSTSoldiers
GENERAL BELIEF BELIEFSoldiers BELIEFt BELIEFSoldiers
t
Soldiers Forced ForcedGENERAL to Abandon AbandonTheir AbaodonTheir AbandoilTheir
Their Quarters QuartersStorm QuartersStormSweeping QuartersStormSweeping Storm StormSweeping
Sweeping Up Atlantic AtlanticSeaboard AtlanticSeaboard AtlanticSeaboard
Seaboard SeaboardMIAMI SeaboardMIAI SeaboardMIAMI
MIAMI Flit Oct 18C 110been 18 18been b be bebeen
been swept by a hurricane an actin it itis itJa itis
is feared that great t damage will willbe wlUbe willbe
be done along the Atlantic AtlaaUcas coast coastM oesitas
as far north a as South Carolina CaroItaWtlIer Caro1aaWeather CarolinaWeather
Weather Bureau bulletin have tewbeen Aa AabfteA havebest
been issued from Washington WashingtonjiBg WuhtqtoaIII > < v viag
jiBg III iag notice of the storm andwam ud andwstrulag wana wanatas
1 lag 5 vessels that navigation win be bedangerous bedaa bedangerous
dangerous daa < < eroua for fortyeight hours hoursDetails hour hourDlUft8 hoursDetails
Details of the devastation believed to tohave toha tohave
have ha e been wrought in Cuba are 2ekta 2ektaa 1 1CIIole lai ktaig ktaigas
a as cable communication with the tbeh island islandhas Waadhas
h has been lost ioat Just before the cable cablebroke ablebroke e e1MOke
broke down last night a manage from fromthe tremthe treatthe
the operator Mated that a hurricane was wasraging waathere wasraging
raging there and that many lives II live would wouldundoubtedly 1feeIIdUDdoubtedly weldundoubtedly
undoubtedly be lost Great daasap T yt wasreported was wasreported waaJepOrted
reported ev even n then Since DOe then net De Dee tt semsaage tthas
msaage e has come through throughCamp tJuou tJuouCaMp throughCamp
Camp Columbia Abaadon A API Abandoned AbandonedPress a aPress
Press PI dispatches early ny last night stated statedthat IItte4tIiIat stakedthat
that a severe vore wind storm onD aocompaaied aocompaaiedall acco accoyY
by heavy yY JI rains U wa was In pro progress I Iall Later Latermmssages
mmssages all spoke poke of the theviolence e eYIoce increasing increasingviolenc
violence ot the storm until the final analword finalword 8111wont
word came that a veritable hurricane hurricanehad Iaurrteaeeatruck hurricanehad
had struck the island islandAnssatr Ja1aadA inlandAmaeg
Anssatr A the severe sufferers were the theHalted tileUl thet7ntd
Halted Ul ted States soldier ao in eanjp at Camp
Columbia just outside of Havana Hay Hayvices The Theadvices Theadvices
advices vices stated they had been bee forced to toabandon UtaDdon toabandon
abandon aDdon their positions
Before the cable was w lost the Havai Havaierator Ha Haopetor Havana
operator erator announced that land wires u i iKJ to totho tothe
the KJ interiar were down ia all direction directiontween dINe
Tb The breaking at coniatiw 1U rTr be beween
tween ween Havana sail Key West is believed iI
to have been due to th t the storm storavStemt stormStorm = tanILSt
Storm St of f Great Imo ImoWanting IateMitYVam1a I tusiij tusiijWarning
Warning Vam1a of a storm moving up the theAtlantic tiletJantlc theAtlantic
Atlantic tJantlc coast was given today from no the limaWeather theWeather dieWeather
Weather Bureau It la I s supposed to totM be bethe bethe
the same hurricane hurrl which Caused the thedamage tIMe tlsdamage
damage e In Cuba Cub The first bulletin buUattnzissued bulletinissued buUetIaluued
issued at 10 1 oclock stated that a trop
teal disturbance of small diameter but butgreat 1tutcreat butgreat
great great intensity lD tensity naaty was raging u off the abegen shove
An n hour our later the second bulletin a aa AA aa
a hurricane warning wII n < < was issued stat ¬
lug that the storm extended from Miami
to Charleston S C and was mov movmasters mo monortheaat monortheast
northeast from the Florida channel channelmasters ft
masters tera of vessels are warned warnednavigation that UIatnavlptlon thatnavigation
navigation will be dangerous dangerousStorms dan dangerousStorms eroua erouaStorms
Storms Work in Cuba CubaNot CubaNot CubaNot
Not Officially Reported ReportedTo Report d dTo
To the Weather Bure Bureau Bur8IiUThe i iThe
The Weather Bureau has not been of officially eCftcllly sftidally ¬
ficially informed of any dama damage done doneby doneby 8 8by
by the hurricane which 1 In s reported to tohave toQaye totare
have tare swept over Cobs Cm in the thetOleeUt go general generalforecast ni niforecast
forecast issued this tht morning omIna it is I 8tated 8tatedthat Mated Matedthat ti t r1 r1the
that storm warnlQp are displayed 78d 011 011the onthe
the coast from Jacksonville J vU to NorfolkThe Norfolk NorfolkThe NorfolkTbe
The statement of conditions tell of a
tropical disturbance of small diameter ills mater
but of great t severity near the vortex vortexpaasinK vortexK
ps paasinK A K over Sand Key and Key West W WFJa
Fla at t X ocl oclock ockock this moraine momlD
While While these storms are erratic err o la
their movements said a Weather Bureau Bureau Bu aareau ¬
reau official we expect this one to tocome tocome tocome
come as a far as the South Carolinacoast Carolina Carolinacoast CandIaacoaat
coast or even further furtherNew furtherNew furtherNew
New York Gets Warning WarningOf War WarOf
Of Tropical Disturbance DisturbanceNEW
NEW YORK Oct M 1The The following followingadvisory fonowcadvt80ry followingadvisory
advisory message m dated Washington w 10 10oclock 10oeJodt 10oclock
oclock today was received by the theweather dutweather theweather
weather bureau bureauTropical burMUuTropleal bureauTropical
Tropical disturbance of small 8IUl1meter di diameter diameter ¬
ameter and great intensity central this thismorning W Wmomin thismorning
morning momin on oft southeast Florida Floridaprobable CCMMt CCMMtprobable coshprobable
probable course north northeast northeastnortheast northeastnortheast
northeast winds will continue along alongmiddle at atD alongmiddle
middle D ddle and south Atlantic Atlanticdangerous cot cotdangerous i
dangerous winds wind may be expected expecteddistance expecteddlatance sosae sosaedistance
distance off shore HENRY HENRYSUES HENRTQIICQ HENRYSUES
QIICQ OULO SUES rUn FOR cnp iitlhAot iitlhAotFrederick RELEASE RELEASEfROM ilELEASETII8T on nor
fROM TRUST OEEO OEEOlPrederis IJEEDrederick
Frederick J r WUdman has applied to tothe t tt tothe
the t local courts to release rel him fromthe from fromthe troatbe
the operations of a certain deed of trust truston truton truston
on two lots In North Columbia Heights HelPband Heightsand Heightsand
and to restrain the further sale of Iota letsin Iota1ft Iota1n
in the game subdivision pending pete hig the tJaetennlaaUo da datermination dstermination
termination of his petition George P PRobinson PRoOI PRobinson
Robinson RoOI and Daniel DanI 1 K 1Lwed Trtmmler are aresued aresued
sued In their owa right and D4 Blair Lee Leeand Leeand Leeand
and William K Edminston Edb1atontnIateea are sreas a ad adam
as trustees under the ded of trust trustMr tru8tXr a aMr
Mr Wiktman alleges aU that he h was per persuaded perded persuaded ¬
suaded ded by 1 Mr Bobinston and Mr r rmer Trim Trimmer Trimmer ¬
mer to purchase the two lots in ques question Q QtIon qulslion ¬
tion and that the Menaces Robinson andTrlnmmer and andTrimmer D4 D4T11IttIHr
Trimmer represented to him that the theproperty u uprvperty theproperty
property was unmoumbered Relying on ontheir ODtJMIr ontheir
their representation Mr WIMroan says sayshe anhe sayshe
he did not have hav the title examined Behowever He Hehowever HeMwwer
however discovered later he says tat tbatthe tattJae thatthe
the lots lOt were covered by y a alnaaL hlsnlisf hlsnlisftrust bittikvtreat
trust treat I ITIN r rThe f fTH
The court Is asked to appoint appointto appointsad tr trand
and to require requ a statement as asamount to teamount J Jamouat
amount due on the trust trut > t and to totain totain saar saartain
tain the number of lots released re t atry atryout rrrr rrrrout tt ttout
out the payment of 90 cents a foot on ontheir ORtheir ontheft
their account

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