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i Fair sand and and Warmer Thursday Toniglhsand Tonight Tonightand night ffir g gNUMBER + ashington + ar + me I LASTEDITtON LASTEDITtONNUMBER LAST EDITION EDITIONNUMBER
NUMBER 4857 WASHTSTGrTOISr V WEDNESDAY E4 EVUNOTG E2 TINti OCTOBER 2 1907 PRICE ONE CENT
TELEGRAPH TELEGRAPHCOSII COSi COSiSUED
SUED 1 BY STATE STATEfOR STATEr
r fOR FORCHARTERS FORCHARTERSJustice CHARTERS CHARTERSJustice
Justice Ford Signs Order OrderDirecting OrderDirecting OrderDirecting
Directing them toSho to toShow toShov
Show Sho v CauseCharge Cause CauseCharge CauseCharge
I
Charge of 1 Co Combination Combinationto rnnation rnnationto
to Raise Tolls Made Madeby ladeby Madey
by y Jackson JacksonKEW Jac JacksonE son sonNEV
KEW E W YORK Oct 2 2Justhie 2JusthietFord 2JusticeFord Justice JusticefcFord
tFord fcFord Ford in the supreme court hasigncd has hasfeigned hnsttlgned
ttlgned feigned orders or er at the instance of At Athtorney Attorney Atltorney
htorney General Jackson Jaels n directing directingthe directingthe directingthe
the Weston Union Telegraph Com Comjpany Company Company
pany and the io PORtal tal Telegraph TelegraphCompany Telegraphcompany lelcgrap4company
Company to show cause cause in the su sujpreme sutpreme supreme
jpreme preme court l ourt Friday why he should shouldtoot shoulclnot shouldfiiot
toot have permission to sue them themor themor themfor
for = or forfeiture of their charters chartersAttorney chartcrAttorney chartersAttorney
Attorney General Jackson made madejjthe madefthe madethe
jjthe the application to Justice Ford this thismorning thisbnorning thismorning
morning morning for permission to com comZmence comence tomhnence
Zmence ence suit in the peoples name namefegainst nameIttgalnst namegalnst
fegainst galnst the Postal and Western Westerntfnion Westarntnion Testarnttnion
tfnion Telegraph Companies Com anics to valate va vateate a atcate
late both corpprations corp rations charterskind charters charterskind cbartersd
kind d annul their existence so far as asfefew astew asew
fefew ew York Y rk State is concerned concernedContracts concernedCoracts concernedContracts
Contracts to Fix Rates RatesHe RatesHe RatesHe
He maintains they have entered Into IntoContracts Intontracta intontracts
Contracts ntracta to fix rates on messages with withUr withL1r withbr
Ur New York or filed In New York to toolnts toIlolnts tootnts
Ilolnts olnts In the United States and d else elsehere cteerhere c16ewhere
where wherehe here rhereThe hereThe
The he attorney genocal charges that the theagreements theII1sreemcnts themgreements
agreements to which he refers have ret re retpulted retJulted
tpulted t ulted In an Increase In rates amount amounting amo1ttnb amounting ¬
ing nb In many Instances to to2t 20 per cent centInore centore nt ntiXnore
iXnore Inore ore than was charged before b6on tfce now nowttarlft nowltnrltt nowaritf
ttarlft aritf was was established establishedIt tabllhcJIt
It la alleged too that at Lake Placid PlacidiiN PlacidtN Placidr
iiN tN r + 1 Y both companies do business to tothe in inthe II IIthe
the sam same office and are represented by byi bjin byo
in o i joint jolnttgent jolnttgentInspired agent ngentInspired agentInspired
Inspired by Strikers StrikersThe StrikersThe
1 The Aitomey ftorne Generals action actJ n follows followsfcers tD 191towsis W1I W1Irn
rn is vigorous effort by b the striking m nJ nJberi mber
ber fcers of the Commerlelal Teleigjlh4 Tele T loji r1ajphirsi r1ajphirsiUnion jfhijisr jfhijisrnlon rs rsytJnion
Union nlon to Induce the State Sta eto to attack the thecompanles th thcompanies thompanl <
companies ompanl S cbart charters rs on the ground thatthey that thatthey thatIlhey
they were Beading l5eJdln messages ms gQS filed and andaccepted andcepted andaccepted
accepted cepted as a telegrams by mail and ex axpress express uJress ¬
press and were therefore not doing doln a aptelegraph atelpgraph atelegraph
telegraph business businessWhether bU9lnesiWhether businessifiether
Whether the present attack means meansmrely meanstrerely means meansmerely
merely a a change In program or basIre bas hasJio
Ire 211 connection with the telegraphers telegrapherscomplaints telographersilComvlaln telegrapherscomplaints
complaints Is not yet made clear clearSuperintendent cJ6rAYS clearC
4 C AYS AYSBLACKS BLACKS BAR BARBETTERING BARBETTERING
BETTERING SCHOOLS SCHOOLSSuperintendent SCHOOLSSuperintendent
Superintendent Chancellor ChancellorDeclares ChancellorDeclares ChancellorDeclares
Declares Negroes Are AreDead AreDead AreDead
Dead Weight WeightUnfortunately WeightUntortunately WeightUnfortunately
Unfortunately In this t li city clt we a have havep baveJi haveproblem
p problem to solve which is seen In few fewBother fewtOtber fewether
Bother largo larg towns towns1 I refer to the t e nice niceAproblem Nceroblem riceroblem
Aproblem roblem In this city we have the larg largjcst lalgCSt latgt
jcst CSt t negro population of any an city in the theHcountry theountr theitountry
Hcountry ountr anti owing owln to sentiment it is isnecessary 15ftlcce6ary Isptecessary
ftlcce6ary necessary to place thorn In separata sepgeratos separatatechools seplratGEChOOIS
s schools They are a dead weight elght hold holdBng holdng holdng
EChOOIS Bng ng back many man improvements that could couldotherwise couldthcrwlse couldtherwise
otherwise be carried Into eltect eltectThis elIoctThis eftectThis
This was a part of a very strong ad adjflress adtIress adress
jflress tIress ress made m + rte by Dr Dr William E Chan Chanfcellor Ci Ciantcellor 3n 3nrce1lor
fcellor Superintendent of the Public PublicSchools PublicL6chools I
tSchools Schools at the opening fall meeting of ofrthe oftthc ofe
rthe e Columbia Heights Citizens Associa Association AtUiOclatt1on AssoclaIlion ¬
Ilion hold hjl at the Savoy SeO last night nightNegroes nightNegoes nightNeg
Negroes Neg oes Stop Improvements ImprovementsDr
t Dr Chancellor declared that many In Infaovatlons Inhovatlons Inbovatlons
bovatlons faovatlons that he felt would be bene benejflclal b bgne bgnetlcial ne nec1
jflclal tlcial c1 l were prevented reventod by b the Inferior In Intelllgenco Int n ntelligence
telllgenco t lUgence of the negroes While offer offerting orferdng offer4ng
ting no suggestions as to how the evil evilan evilcan evilcan
can an be remedied Dr Chancellor stated statedthat statedthat statedthat
that it was a n situation that would ae aenand tie tie1J1And tiexnand
xnand nand serious attention In the near fu future turture furture ¬
rture rtureuThe
tureThe uThe The large number of negro schools schoolstld sahoolsitcld schoolsttdd
itcld tld he housing as they do no Incon Inconsiderable Inconsiderable Inconsiderable ¬
siderable portion of Washingtons chil children chlldr chtldren ¬
dr dren n8re are a hindrance to tho white whiteschools whiteschools whiteschools
schools 3 Many any improvements that I Iwould IWould Iwould
would have h ve personally suggested have havebeen haobeen havebeen
been Jroppod because they the would affect affectboth atrectboth affectboth
both the whlto and black pupils pupilsWant pupilsWant pupilsWant
Want University Site SiteThe SiteTho SiteThe
The meeting was largely attended ntten ed by bythe bytbe bythe
the members of the association Hoyt HoytSherman HotSherman HoytSherman
Sherman one of the trustees truste S for thu thuestate theslato thuastato
estate slato on which the association hopes hopesto hop hopesto s sto
to persuade George Washington Unl UnlvenJlly Unlvemtty University ¬
versity to build Its new college was waspresent wasproaent wasprosent
present at the meeting and suggested suggestedthat sugg suggestedthat sled sledthat
that a n committee be appointed to con conic t enfe n ne ¬
ic e with the George Washington Un University Unlcralty Unrcrsity ¬
versity cralty board in tho near tuture with withc withCo withc
Co c view Iew to finding what chances the asaoclation as association association ¬
sociation had tof or securing a4 CurlnS the university universityon
on Columbia Height HeightsThe HeightThe HeightThe
The uncultivated space pa O of ground at atthe ate attre
< the e corner of Fourteenth street and andColumbia andCAlumbla andColumbia
Columbia road which has been proposed pro proposed proPosed
posed at different meetings as j site sitelor sitetor sitefor
for a large and extensive park was wasrecommended wasrecommended a arecommended
recommended as the site for a a public publicKymnaslum pubtlcEYmnaslum publicgymnasium
gymnasium by George Simmons SimmonsAt SimmonsAt SimmonsAt
At the end of Considerable discussion discussionthe dlsoussl disousslonthe n nthe
the association decided to allow the thelot theJot thelot
lot to rest C t peacefully for romp om time to tocome tocomo tocome
come as there is at < < t present no feasible feasibleway feasibleWay feasibleway
way of either getting gottIn a a park or erecting erectinga ere Ung UngtymDtlJI
a a gymnasium tymDtlJI urn
Woman Fights Husband HusbandFor HusbandFor
For Custody of Child ChildWife ChildWife
Wife Feared Kidnaping
Photo lIT Pal PalMRS PaIne e StlMle StlMleMRS 5U41MRS
MRS A J WEDDERBURN JR JRWho JRWho JRWho
Who Has HasB Been en Sued by Her Husba nd for Possession of T Child
Mrs rs Wedderburn e er urn Feels FeelsSure
Sure iure r Courts 6 Co Qurs ur t ts Will 1 Up Uphold U p phold pof
hold of Her Gourse GourseTM Co urse urseThe
TM TJ efforts eKorW of 0 Alexander J Wwafler Wwaflerbilrn Ye edder edderburn da r
burn jr to obtain possession tit C Tilfe TilfetwoyearOld T Tlwojoar t4 t4twoyearold
twoyearOld lwojoar ld daughter daught Z Helen by habeas habeascorpus bablt babtetscorpus S Scorpus
corpus proceedings proeeNll G15 will be bitterly tt eon eontested m mtKSted n ntested
tested by the little girls mother wh when wh4llnlh whenthe h hthe
the lh child Is brought Into the District DistrictSupreme 9lstrtetSupreme lstrlct lstrlctSupreme
Supreme Court C urt on Friday Mrs Wed Wwdderbun Wudderbun Wedderbun
derbun said today that she had been beenexporiing beenex beenexpecting
ex expecting exporiing ur b a move of this sort on the thopart tl16part thepart
part of hor husband from whom she sheseparated shuseprnte sheseprate4
separated about September 1 and that thatIn umtIn thatin
In relieving her suspense sU pOn156 the suit wasIA was wasin wasIn
in on one a sense of the word welcome welcomeI
1 left l ft my husband about about four weeks weeksa weeks weeksngo weeksago
a ago o on onacoount account of his treatment sold soldMrs swdllrs saidMrs
Mrs WedderbUTn Vedderbufn and canto to Wash Washington Washington VashIn ¬
ington In on to live with 1th my mether MrsLucy Mrs MrsLucy MrSLucY
Lucy Pollock of > f 1119 Seventeenth Semt nth street streetnorthwest str06tJlortlwcst streetnorthwest
northwest Prior to this this time my husband hus husband hua1nnd ¬
band and I had lived in Fairfax county countyVirginia countyVirginia countyVirginia
Virginia As A soon soon as we separated my myhusband myl1u5ban myhusband
husband began to make threates that he hewould h hwould hewould
would gain possession PO Qsfllon of my baby At Atfirst Atfirst Atllraft
first he attempted a reconclllatipn but butroarlnp butfOClf1nr butfoarlnp
roarlnp that th t his repentance r might notbe not notbe notbe
be genuine genuine I did < not return to him himThreats himThreatsto himThreats
Threats Threatsto to Kidnap Baby BabyIt Babyult
ult It was evidently el cntlnot not genuine for he hehas hobas heha
has ha since vowed that he would get getHelen ge geHelen getHelen
Helen even though he had to kidnap kidnaphar kidnapher kidnapher
her and I have nut IU dared to leave her hersince hersino hersince
since sino coming to tt Washington V ohlngton for fear fwarthat fttarthat fearthat
that he might carry out his threats He Heknows He1mows Helstiows
knows that in n Helen ho would ould have a astick tlsUck astick
stick to hold over my head for I could couldnot couldnot couldnot
not live without my baby bab and thisI this thisprobably thisprobably
probably rob bJy accounts for the method he hehad hehad hehad
I
had taken in attempting to wrest her harfrom 1atirfrom herfrom
from me meI meI
41 I I am not afraid of the Issue in thecourts the thecourts thecourls
courts and rather than be in this sus suspense susonse susponse ¬
pense onse would o ld rather have l1uvethe the matter mattersettled m mattersettler ler lerlIett16
settled < l I will not discuss the tho reasons reasonsfor reasonstor reasonsfor
for our separation now but believe that thatI thatI thatI
I can show the court that the little girl girlbelongs girlbelongs girlbelongs
belongs to me and that I was Vat justifiedin justified justifiedfn j jin
in the action I have taken When I was wasforced wasforced wasforced
forced to leave my husband I came baok baokto baokto backto
to my mother motherWife motberWifeReady motherWife
Wife WifeReady Ready to Tell Story StoryI
I dread the embarrassment of ofall It Itall itall
all but prefer s glng gdng > ing into into court and andtelllrtg andtel1h andtellhig
telllrtg tel1h g my story rather than being In Incontinual 1nCJnUnua1 InconUnual
continual suspense > e as I have teen > for forover forover forover
over a month expecting every moment momentto
to see some som one attempt to take my m lit little IIttie littie ¬
tie glrl glrltrom from me meLittle meLittle meLittle
Little Helen for whom the two are arefighting arenghUn arefighting
fighting played happily around her hermothers hermothcrs hermothers
mothers knee while the recital was wastaking wast wastaking
taking t ldng place lacE and was willing to make makefriends makefriends makefriends
friends with tho visitor visitorYou visitorYou visitorYou
You see how beautiful she is said saidI 6aldlur saidher
I her mother snoth r She will go to any ny one oneI oneand ne nennd
I and for this reason re S n I have hav to watch her herclonely h1cloHtl herclosely
closely cloHtl I left her for the first half halfhour hal halbour halfhour
hour today in a month and was fright frighlcntd trlghlcntd frightcued
cntd dreadfully drcu lb when told by my nurse nursethat nursethat nursethat
that a a strange man had been here and andasked andasked andasked
asked to sep See her her This I now learn was wasyou wafyou wasyou
you
Will Fight for Child ChildMrs ChildIrs ChildMrs
Mrs Irs Wedderburn said that tho papers papersIn papirsIn papersin
In the case asc had not yet et been b n servedupon served servedupon 8trvedupun
upon hot and a Times reporter r > Ort t first firstbrought firstbrought firstbrought
brought her information as to the fil filing fllIn filing ¬
ing In of the suit She said that she would wouldimmediately wouldimm wouldimmediately
immediately imm dl3tely notify her attorneys Bar Barber Bnrber barber ¬
ber Keith of Fairfax and preJ prepareto prepare prepareto > Qlc Qlcto
to fight for the possession of the child childMr chlldMr childMr
Mr Wedderburn declined to discuss discusstho diScussthe discussthe
the matter other than to admit that thatsuch thatsuch thatsuch
such a suit has been filed In his pe petition petltlon petition ¬
tition he > alleges that his wife Ue left him himon himon hinton
on September 1 taking tnkln with htsr their thwrchild U theirchild lr lrchild
child He asks that his wife Mrs Helen HelenWeddurburn HtlenVeddlrburn Helenweddurburn
Weddurburn and Mrs Lucy D Pollock Pollockher Pollock11er Pollockher
her mother be required to produce the thebaby thebabv thebaby
baby in court next Friday Both MrsWoc Mrs MrsWcdderburn MrsVc
Woc Wcdderburn Vc derburn d rburn and Mrs Pollock said how however however irowever ¬
ever tbt the t e latter had nothing to do dowith dowith dowith
with th the retention retoriU n of the baby b b and andshould an anehould andshould
should not have been named in the thepapers th thpap thwpapers
papers pap t1
BRITAIN MENACtU MENACtUBY MENACDBY
BY REMOVAL OF OFGERMAN OFChief
GERMAN FLEET FLEETChief FLEETStation
Chief Naval NavalQERAN Station Es Established EstablishedWithin Established ¬
tablished tablishedWithin Within 300 300Miles 300111iIes 3 3iv1iles
Miles of o England EnglandEBRLIK EngI EnglandBISRLII nd ndBmRLIN
EBRLIK Oct Oct2Grmany 2 2Germanys Germanys most Imi Imip6rtant Im Imv6rtant Important
p6rtant naval n onl move In years yearsone one involvIng In Involving Invol1n ¬
volving vol1n a a i direct menace to Great Britain Britainhas BI1t Britainhas ln lnh
has h just j t been be91J determined on by the thegdvarnmtuit thei6yornmtsnt thegeivornment
gdvarnmtuit This Is the transfer of ofnaval ofiU1val ofnaval
naval headquarters from Kiel Iel to WT WThelmshaven Wil Wilbelmshaven Yl1 Yl1helmshaen
helmshaven tnbl1shlngGarmanys establishing o Germanys chief chiefnal chiofn chiefna
nal n na tal al station within 000 miles of the theBritish theBrlUsh theBritish
British coast and the Kaisers ontiretteet entire entirefleet cnUreUelt
fleet within sixteen hours sail of England Eng England Englam ¬
lamIt landIt land landIt
It IF intention tntention t6ntlon to station all the Gorman Gor Gorman Gorman ¬
man Dreadnought Deadnou l hb at Wllhelmshaven Wllhelmshavenwhich Wllhelmshavenwhich VUhelmsbavenr
which will be b the base from rom which all allnaval allnaol ail ailnaval
naval maneuvers will ill be b directed in intha Inlha Inthe
the future futureNo fut ut1teNo ne nero
No W ro efort Is being made ma de by Germany
to conceal her intention thus to read readjust readjufft readjust ¬
just the balance of naval power In the theNorth lhaNOllth tireMonth
North sea and the authorities are pro proceeding 110ceNllnf proseeding ¬
seeding ceeding with their plans with apparent apparentdisregard appnrenldisregard apparent apparentdisregard
disregard to Englands view of this thischange thl thlchange thischange
change of base
TROLLEYS TRfll I nULLuo I TVQ Pfll bULLlUL bULLlULtnnnui COLLIDE COLLIDEGNAlS COLLIDESIGNALS I lilf
SIGNALS tnnnui GNAlS o A AT AT FAULT FAULTfcTEUBENVILLE FAULTSTEUIIENVILLE run FAULTEi1 T
fcTEUBENVILLE Ei1 unENVILLE Ohio Oct 2 2Due 2Dueto 2Dueto Due Dueto
to defective signals and heavy fog two twotraction twotraoUancars twotraction
traction traoUancars cars on the Steubenville and andToronto andToronto andToronto
Toronto line crashed together north of ofthis ofthis ofthis
this city cU this morning morningMotorman morningMotorman morningMotorman
Motorman Noah Adams was caught caughtin
in the wreck his leg being broken oken Ho Hohas Hohas Hohas
has fatal internal injuries injuriesMotorman InjuriesMotorman injuriesMotorman
Motorman John Doerr jumced sprain ¬
ing tn his ankle Twenty lent passengers were wereinjured wereinjured ere ereinjUred
injured among them them tho following tollowln tollowlnCharles
Charles Allison leg bruised Mrs ors ROEs HosDevlin ROEsDevlin RossDevlin
Devlin left log injured cuts on head headMatthew headMatthew headhfatthew
Matthew Edwards head cut Thomas Thomasbruised ThomasShannon ThomasShannon
Shannon leg head ead and neck cut and and1rulsed andbruised
bruised Edward Richards Rlchar < 1lf Violet An Anderson Anderson Anccmmn ¬
derson of Canton Ohio and John McCullough Mc McCuilough MeCul1ough ¬
Cuilough CuiloughMRS Cul1oughMRS CulloughMRS
MRS ELIZABETH J SIMMS SIMMSLEAVES SIMMSLEAVES SIMMSLEAVES
LEAVES ESTATE TO SONS SONSThe SONSrhe SONSThe
The will m of Mrs Elizabeth J Slmms Slmmsfiled Slmm5ffied Simmsfiled
filed today loaves to her son Richard RichardD
D Simms the house and an < 1 household householdgoods househpld househpldgoods househpldgoods
goods situated at 1250 125 < 1 Thirtyfirst street streetThe streeLlhe streetThe
The residua of the estate is to be held heldin heldIn heldin
in trust by the executor for her two twosons twosons twosons
sons Charles N and Richard D Slmma Slmmaand Sfmtn3and1s Simmsand
and and1s Is to be divided equally Richard D DElrnrrs DSimms DSimms
Simms is named as executor The will willIs willIs willis
Is dated December 15 1902 1902MANY 1902MANY
1 MANY CASES OF TYPHOID TYPHOIDAt
At the close of the week we k ending Sep September t ep eptember eptember ¬
tember 28 as shown by the health re report tep report ¬
port p > rt for or that period issued this mornjhgr mornjhgrthere mornJitgthere mornlegthere
there were 270 cases of typhoid fever In Inthe Inthe inthe
the city There were wer fortythree nw niwcases n nwcases w wcases
cases reported for the week with withtwentyone pithtwentyone tilhtwentyone
twentyone cases discharged dischargedfive five by
death There Is a a total of twentyone twentyonecases twontyonectises twentyonecases
cases of diphtheria under quarantine quarantinewith quarantlnowith quarantinewith
with thirteen new cases 93S S reported an In Increase Increase Increase ¬
crease of ten cases caS S arts three discharges s sI
I
OlEO Ur BLOWS BLOWSfROM
fROM NURSE NURSEIS
IS CHAHGtD CHAHGtDFormer
Former F ormer T TrefIteq rep1 pton n Mayors MayorsRibs MayorsRibs1 MayorsR
Ribs R b < r Bf BrokenJ oken o ken ken1esDactor Testi Testifies Testifies ¬
fies 1esDactor Doctor DoctorTRENTON I ITRENTON I ITREYTOi4
TRENTON 1CJ J dot 2 2TSUmory 2TSUmoryolJ9rglng 2Testlmorycharging Tesllmony TesllmonyJvarglng
charging that exMayor xMa or Joseph B BeaUle BeaUlewas Beatttawas alUe alUewas
was beaten todenth to death in the Morris Plains Plainsnsane PlainsInsane ii
Insane nsane Asylum was as given at the inquiry inquirynto InQult InQultInto inqutrlInto
Into nto the asylum affairs being conducted conductedy oonducledby conductedby
i iDr
by y tho Hahn Investigation iuvesttga ion commlttrnDr committee committeeDr
Dr Alvan Van V n Syokle ex e mayor ma r of ofllackettstown ofHackettetown t tHacketCston
llackettstown testifced lesti d that Seattle was waslommitted wascommitted wascommitted
committed to to > the Morris Orrls Plans Asylum Asylumn
In n January i loG The witness vibiUd vibiUdJcattle vibrtcdIleattie IllulJ6attle
Jcattle In the asylum two days after afterlie atlt1rhe afterire
lie was tak tnlcttn there He swore tr l la > at atBealtle atBeattie lt ltBeattlo
Bealtle recognized recQcn ed him and n4 said Doc llocter Doctor l > oc ocOr ¬
tor Or that brute almost Killed me Tic Tutwitness Tnlwllncss Ticwitness
witness examltt examined Hl < him and found two tworibs tW tWrJ1lI tworibs
ribs broken brokenThe brokenrhe brokenThe
The witness then hunted up Dr Htr Htrford Htrford hr hrford
ford and told the tJJlt latter that some attondant at attendant attend ¬ =
tendant tend ant had beaten Boaottla He got gotthe gotthe I IUte
the two attendants Mitchell and Deuo Deuovan VOIIOI VOIIO3n Donovan I
van < 3n before him and Boattlr oatU recognized recognizedMltoholl recobnJz recognizedMitchell d dUtoholl
Mitchell as tho th man who Q had beatenhim beaten beatenhim tcn tcnhim
him himVICTIM himVICTIFiI
VICTIM OF BOMB BOMBACCUSES BOMBc
ACCUSES ACCUSEERS ACCUSEERSyjSTATEMENT c MINERS MINERSDYiNG
BIB yjSTATEMENT yjSTATEMENTz STATEMENT STATE1BTFormer STATEMENTformer
Former z 1o 1oconnect roner Sheriff Brown BrownConnected Brovnbnnecte4
Connected connect o oCases Wit With V thBoise thBoiseCases Boise Boises
s Cases Terribly TerriblyInjured TerriblyI TerriblyInjured
Injured InjuredBAKl I InjuredBr1MR
1 1B
BAKl B Br1MR R R CITY Ore Oct l This T1oIsel etty ettys lty ltyIs y yIn
Is s In a stats st1t of great t ejcpit sxpittnitrnt JJt nsnt n Ittoday Ittodaynd today todayaad todayand
and nd i aM tW N I boslnesj buslnesu business Js e 8 Depended > pend ended d and andgroups andgroup andgroups
groups groups of iMNJuHTaJSr tNw on Ott h try < < rer Irer4USQUwI rerformer et etrseusstngsthe
4USQUwI rseusstngsthe the antemQ anteemorter mtemnt mtemnttrnnttr sxatctnlnt of offcnnerSheriff
former fcnnerSheriff Sueriff Harvey Brown who was wasterribly wks wksterribly lrs lrsterribly
terribly injured 1 ured by b the 1hl explosion Of a abomb abomb to tobomb
bomb as he opened op ned the gate to his home homeon homeon homeon
on Monday night The exploston explo len was wasplanned wasIIanned wasplanned
planned ir II the same manner onner as the ou outhat one 0111tbst onethat
that killed former Governor G 4r or Ste Steunenberg Steunen Steunenberg men menber
berg ber of Idaho IdahoJn IdahoIn IdahoIn
Jn In IMS antemarten ante mQrte statement Brown Brownsaid Ik01nsaid Brownsaid
said saidI I w Was s on my m way y home from uptown uptownlast uptowni uptownlast
last last i st night when I met a man In n front frontof frontof frontof
of of i residence sldence which h oh Is a block from frommy t tommy om ommy
my homo I luve 1 0 been conscious of ofkixvlng oCt1lng ofktving
kixvlng beer ip1lOWd iv Hovnd for thsee tb 6e weeks weeksand wMks4tnd weeksdnd
and I have nn nn doubt that those t hose who whoattempted whoattempte whoattempted
attempted tnr ny life are persons connected connected7i4i connected1It connectedwiit
7i4i 1It the Wtatern ederatlon of Miners Minerscount Mlncrsand Minersand
and that 1 arts 1UI marked for 4oatl1 oath on ac acC4unt account
count of my cnmv C cAnnction nnctlon < i ienberg with wit the Steun Steunen Steunenberg
enberg en berg and Steve Adams casesCLAIMS cases casesCommission casesCLAtMSGONTESTS
CLAtMSGONTESTS CLAtMSGONTESTSUNDER CLAIMS CONTESTS CONTESTSUNDERADVISEMENT
UNDER UNDERADVISEMENT UNDERADVISEMENTWill ADViSEMENT ADViSEMENTComrnissioa
Commission CommissionEstate Will Hear H ar Real RealEstate RealH RealEstateOwners
H
Estate EstateOwners EstateOwnersNext Owners OwnersNext OwnersNext
Next 1
The Union Station grade claims com commission commI commisstcn ¬
misstcn mission mI lcn has t s concluded ih its hearings In 1nconnerton Inconnection inconnection
connection with the appraisement of otthe otthedamag the thedamages thedamages
damages damag s which have resulted r utted to the theproperty thepopertY theproperty
property fronting on In Third street be between bctween between
tween M 1 and an N streets northeast owing owingto owlngto owingtoa
toa to a change made by the District Com Commissioners Commissioners Commissioners ¬
missioners in the grade of Third street streetThe strootThe streetThe
The commission took the case under underadvisement underadvIsement underadvisement
advisement announcing that It would wouldreport wouldreport ould ouldreport
report Its llndings to the court within withinthe withInthe withinthe
the next nQX few fe < < d dii > s sThe 8The sThe
The next claims for or dl1mll damages s to bt bttaken bEtaken hataken
taken up UPQY by the commission c wilt will 111 bo bothose bethose u uthose
those filed by the owners of the real realestate rea1esbte realestate
estate on the north tide lde of qt McCuilough McCuiloughstreet McCulloughS McCuifoughstreet
street in square 62S 62SThe i 6 6The 2S 2SThe S t
The commission will ill meet and ex exainJrte ext examiieo
t ainJrte aIJ1 1C this property Monday Monda afternoon afternoonand afternoonI afternoonanti
and on the th following day da will meet meetat meetatthe jat jatthe dt dtthe
I the City Hall and begin the hearing hearingof he hearingof rmg rmgof
of testimony relative to the the damages damagessustained damagcssusta1Md damagessustained
sustained by the claimants claimantsTry claimantsr < lalmantsr
r r Yust ffustTryIt ffustTryItA Try It ItA i iA
A lady said to the clerk In InF inF inF
F P Wellers W Ucrs pharmacy 3534 M Mstreet 11street Mstreet
street northwest some weeks weeksago weeksago weeksago
ago agoDo
Do you ever buy homemade homemadecandies hom homemadecandies made madecandles
candies and a d cakes c kes or do you youknow youknow youknow
know anyone wno wllo w o does I make makeawfully makfawful1y makeawfully
awfully nice things tl1i 1gs and have havetime havetime havetime
time to do it Just now dt at vaca vacation ncation vacation ¬
tion tires tl a little extra sioney sioneywould nione noneywo Y Ywould
would wo ld come in very hand handI handwould
I would suggest advertising irdvertisingsaid advertisingsaid ldvertlsfngsaid
said said the clerk We have a arimeu arime arlme4
rime Want Ad Branch here hereThe hereII hereThe
The hc lady now has more orders ordersthan orc orderstaanshe ers erstl1
II I taanshe than tl1 n she can fill 1111I
idenl Welcomed I IBy
Pre Welcomed WelcomedBy
By Chorus of Cheers CheersAt CheersAt
At P Pier er in St Lou Louis s
WEBS AT MIDNIGHT MIDNIGHTOLIVER MIDNIGHTOLIVER
OLIVER VI r rMillionaire BARNES BARNESWINS
WINS CHORUS GIRL GIRLMillionaire GIRLWas
Millionaire MillionaireVLNS Was Accusedor Accused Accusedof Accusedof
or of Keeping a Woman WomanPrisoner WomanPrisoner WomenPrisoner
Prisoner on Yacht YachtNHJW YachtNmw YachtNSW
NSW YORK Oct 2Oliver 2 Oliver Weadall WeadallBamee Wesdalll3arneri VeDdaUBarneS
BarneS II who w swooped down on New NewYork XWYork NewYork
York some me months mon s ago with money to toBurn toburn toburn
burn Burn and a a liking for greenback smoke smokeand smokeand smokeand
and wfce t8 a + ko startled Breadway Bread by D seaiier seaiieralttf IICI soatterlyitelritanee ter tere
lyitelritanee e ashwng ng tea e thl > ety I Iah4 IA
alttf nngi7 nSZ7 A Sues WitS v s married marrI 8 s abdrtenly d lenV 8 In InJeflfersen II IIJ iq iqJeffs
Jeffs Jeflfersen J fIe twe1 tMritdr It r at l 1nooleck ool aleck ck this net merniog merniogand rmg rmgaad retttjand
and tdffifyilleilhd t dif 7A1tiul l his It bride are eajoytee 6ItJOylbgtheir sajybtgtheir eajoyteetheir
their honeymoon hone moon n la Mftnlttutn XlLnJhtttanTh MftnlttutnThg
Thg Th bride who ho said she was Edna EdnaBrowning EdnaBrownl EdnaBrowning
Browning Brownl z McGoron er 901 1 Lexington Lexingtonavenue LexIngtOnaV6nUC Lexingtonavenue
avenue Brooklyn is a member of thechorus the thechorus thechorus
chorus of the Fascinating Flora P1CK com company comSNany company ¬
pany panyXounc panylomig
SNanyJUIU
Xounc < < JUIU Barnes Bir es marriage so soon after afterhis alterhIs afterhis
his experience ex rlence at Newport where wber be bewent bewent bewent
went on a chartered motor beat eat the theMarlquita theMarlqulta theMarlquita
Marlquita with VUh a girl Irl who accused hieof him himof WnIot
of keeping keepln her on board the craft craftagainst craftagainst craftagainst
against her will 111 created surprise After Afterthis Aftertbls Afterthis
this episode epls < Jde a dispatch from PlttsbUrgwhere Pittsburgwhere Plttsburg Plttsburgwas
where Barnes grandfather held forth forthand forthand
and made Md his millions Mid a guardian guardianas guardianwas
was as to be appointed for the young youngspendthrift youngspendthrift OUDg OUDgspendthrift
spendthrift in the hope that he could couldbe couldbe couldbe
be kept from spending all his patri patrimony patrtltaQllY paUtirronp ¬
mony Since the dispatch was made madepubUc madepublic mad madpublic
public public Barnes has kept himself in the thebackground thebackground thebackground
backgroundBnrn05 backgroundBarnes background backgroundBarnes
Barnes fs 8 part owner of the th Hotel HotelRand HotelRand HotelRand
Rand of which Wilson l1e n Mlzner the dl dlvorced titvoreed divorced
vorced husband of Mrs Charles T TYerkes TYerkes TYerkes
Yerkes Is manager Barnes bought bou ht this thishot thlshotpl thishotel
hotel hot l because he objected to the service aervieeunder serviceunder t8rvlcunder
under Use former management managementConfers mAnagementBON managementBONAPARTE
BON BONAPARTE PARTE SEES SEESTRUSrBUSTER SEESrid
rid ridConfers TRUSrBUSTER TRUSrBUSTERQonf
Confers Qonf Confers fS With Purdy and andMakes andMakes andMakes
Makes Little LittleSoeech LittleSpeech LittleSpeech
Speech SoeechAttorney Speech SpeechAttoxney SpeechAtto
Atto Attorney > nev General Bonaparte announced announcedtoday announcedtoday announcedtoday
today that he has taken up certain certainalleged certainnJ1eg certainalleged
alleged nJ1eg d corporation corporaUonevtls evils with ltl1 Mil Milton ton B BPurdy BPurd BPurdy
Purdy Purd his clilef trust buster jost jostback Jostck jestbgck
back ck from Europe EuropeThere EuropeThere EuropeThere
There Is nothing definite that th ti tt t I can cansay cansa cansay
sa say at this time he nupuad in responsto response responseto
to a qU question slon as to whe whether r any Immediate immediate imme immediate ¬
diate prol prosecution utlon wnsto was to iC tie bc begun un Oneor Oneof One Oneof
of his interrogators 1 remarked < that PresIdtht President Pres President ¬
ident KooseveltB speeches In the Westindicated West Westindicated Vost VostJndlcntcd
indicated a purpose to educate the people peo people ¬
ple tc to the idea of > some man of enormous enormous enor enormous ¬
mous wealth being put behind the bersCold barsCobld bars barsCotJd
Cold you say S y whether such Is thepurpotO thepurpolle the thepurpofo
purpolle purpofo of the department he wasasked was wasasked n8 n8asked
askedVith askedWith asked askedWith
With Vith a characteristic Bonaparte smile i1m1ltand smileand Kmlleand
and a shrug of the shoulders he rus re responded ¬
s sponded spondedI onded
I hope Ul 11 persons who have been 6no 6nofortunato sofortunate so sofortunate
fortunate i 3 to ama amass s considerablewealU considerablewealth considerable considerablewealth
wealth have done so by strict trlct obedlohceto obedience
t to the law and b by an exhibition ofUte of tm tmtire T1 T1the
the virtues which go to mako up goodcitizenship good goodcitizenship 004 004cItfz
citizenship cItfz ushlp If however it should turn turnout turnout turnout
out that owing to the weaknesses ofhuman ofhuman of ofhuman
human feature nature one or nore of themhAc themhavo them
have to some ext extent nt gone go e astray tromthe fromthe from fromthe
the fol fold we may perhaps take suchaction suchaction such suchaction
action us may recall thornt1 themThe them themTrie
The t1 Attoln Attorney Y General said th there re W4 W4nuthtnt wasnothing was wasnothing
nothing to eny atti11s at this time relative tothe tothe to tothe
the Harriman C caseIt case caseIt 8e 8eIt
It may be some little time before weCRh wecan we wocan
can malt make public such decisions as w w1I1ny wereal we wemay
may NtacllIn reacliIn reach reachIn
In responso to an InQuII Inquiry he Q6cllreth declaredthat declared declaredthat
th that t 1I1 the department ha had < 1 not yet tltkcnup takenup taken takenup
up any new trust InvestltltionsDENJES investigationsDENIES investigations investigationsDENIES
DENIES DENJES DIVORCE PLEA PLEAOF PLEAOF PLEAOF
OF GEORGE C HENNING HENNINGI HENNINGJustice HENNINGJustice
I Justice Gould today dismissed a ape petl petlnlnjr peUtlon tt tttlon
tlon for divorce filed byGeorse Georg C Henning Hen Henning
ning against Caroline C Hennlng H nnlng Jus Justice JustlcP ¬
tice tics Gould In his opinion states that thatthe tbatthe thate
the e complainant has failed to tom make a out outa outa outa
a case caseMr caseMr caseMr
Mr Kenning H nnlng was formerly president presidentof
of the Traders National Bank Mr and andMrs andMrs andMrs
Mrs Hennlng Hennln have been married about aboutfour aboutt aboutfour
four t lU years y tu3 and the suit was filed filMyear a ayear ayear
year ago
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DELUGE OF RAIN RAINFAILS RAINFAILS
FAI1 InlLu FAILS U1 TO lu DAMPEN DAMPENARDOR MM DAMPENARDOR LJniiir Lli LliAfter
ARDOR OF PARTY PARTYAfter PARTYAfter
After Drive Over City CityAddress CityAddress CityAddress
Address Is Delivered Deliveredat
at a L Auditorium AuditoriumST
ST LOUIS Get 2 LTbb TAe oU d stecn stOcnwheel stecnwfceel 8C B BwIaeeI
wheel steamer at r MtwisrtiwU with the big Wgrblu btgblue bigblue
blu blue flag of the uePre President h1ent oC the United UaUedStates UUedStat UnitedStates
Stat States flying ftyi g from her peak slipped u vn vndar 1Inder under
der the tads bridge belwe b fcir 9 Retook this thteuaerslns Us1em81ns thisinersln
uaerslns inersln hrurlTnnl nonrtjr an UWlp nn3ehem IMM > > eta e her herThe IteriPc herohe4sIa
ohe4sIa tip iPc < arrival JlrrivalThe arrivalThe
The cloud Cl ud vf gaily gall decorated d corai d steamers afcearierstugs JJtearle JJtearleWg8 steamerstugs
tugs launches aa aM l plaasur pi eazitw cirJt of ofail 6t8lt ofall
ail adscrtptlons that was awftiting the thePE UteP thePresidents
P Presidents PE s4d dents nta arrival chorused a a aolsy aolsywokxMae 1JIel 1JIelWMcome aslayweico4ne
wokxMae with bens sireaa slreua1UId ad just Jostplain justp1tIjn fastplain
plain whistles and the President on onout esme esmecut
out on deck to aekson acknowledge ledge Je g the tb wel weleonf weleorn el eleo
eonf eo ay wvj v < s < his hat hatCKpt 1IatCl hatCapt
CKpt Cl pt Seth Btliock B1 lock and Lieutenant McIllrrany Mo MoIlh MeDItoNiay
DItoNiay Ilh > > aay w were re at the Presidents side sidewhen JldelIeR iddewhen
when lIeR he made Me tis Is appearance appearanceReceived ppearano ipteraoeReceIved ppearanoKeceiyed
ReceIved Received at Levee LeveeAt LeveeAt LeveeAt
At 190 31 the cemmittne r representing presntin thebustrtse the thebusines UtebUstneM
busines orpaftlzaaons organIzati lUJ drove to t the levee leveeto leveeto ee eeto
to to receive the PteeWent and a few min minutes minutes1Iit8r minrites ¬
rites utes1Iit8r later the th Mteeteeippt MiHl elppl steamed up to tothe tothe tothe
the do dock k toe t gangplaak snSP c 5 as 8 thrown thrownout thrown thrownout tlarownout
out out and ad the President came over at atdouble atdouble atdoubleetniek
double doubleetniek ttlek pace escorted by his Se Secret Secret Secret ¬
cret Service guards aMI a d secretaries seeretariesBy seeretarlesBy secretariesEy
By George this is Just splendid he hesaid besaid hesaid
said as he surveyed the CrOft crow the line lineof ltneof lineof
of decorated d ted boats and the bunting buntingdecked buftttoldecked buntingdecked
decked business houses on the levee leveeJust leveeJust eYee eYeeJust
Just as the parade started a down downpour downpour downpour ¬
pour of rain began to fall but but standing standingin
in his carriage waving his right ril t hand bandto handt handto
to t > the crowd on one side and his hat hatIn hatIn hatin
In his left to the other sa suie side e of fie fiestreet t1estreet Viestreet
street the President greeted the thou thousards thousards thousands
sards along the line of march The Theseat fie1i TheSeat
1i seat e8t in the carriage was a pool of fwere water waterAH waterAU
AH other carriages In tbe parade paradecovered were werecovered werecovered
covered coveredAf coveredAttr coveredAfter
Af After Ur handshaking hands khg with with the ntem ntembers mem members ulenibers
bers of the committee Cfmmflt the th President Pr nt en entered entered entered ¬
tered a carriage and xat rtth 1 the members membersof
of his party pert was driven around town townand towaund townand
and then to the Auditorium Auditorium wjiere he hemade hemade hemade
made in address addressTJh addressTlie
Tlie TJh 11 great Asnsric Amflrlcnn an cocktail CfCk is miss missing mlsS mlsSIng missing ¬
ing front the men menl cf the luncheon tancheonwhich nmehcunwhich luncheonwhich
which was served to PresWe PresidfetRoosc PresidfetRooschalt eskJtqt t Ro Ruosc Ruoscv sc scAoIt
halt v lt today to L The committee put the sot sotpedal 50 50pedal sotpedal
pedal on 6n n the chef And wilt wllf nave have none noseof noneof noneof
of tlje U drink that lost Vice ice President PresidentFairbanks PresidentFrlrlanks reeldentFdrbanks
Fairbanks a lay delegateshlp to a achurch achurch achurch
church conference conferenceHowever conferenceHow conferenceHowever
However How ver thero will iU be champagne and andAt UJdbrand andbrandy
brand brandAt brandy brandyAt
At the Wood river refinery below Al Alton AJton Alton ¬
ton this morning ie 1WO 1 o Standard OH en enployes em emploes ourployes <
ployes fired twentyone charges of ofdyna ofdynamite dyna dynamite dynamite ¬
mite to the Presidents s boat as a salute saluteThe saluteThe
The superintendent had the e 1900 0 em emman elnplos m
plos ley os lInPd up on the rIver bank ead eadman
man man yelling yellin lustily IusUI and waving flags flagsRICH flagsRICH
RICH PRINCESS PRINCESSWORKS PRINCESSWORKSEVANSTON
WORKS WORKSEVANSTON EVANSTON EVANSTONI
I
Chicago Chicagoby Suburb well W IlDone IlDoneby Done Doneby
by Clever Woman WomanSwindler WomanSvindler Womani
i
Swindler SwindlerCHICAGO SvindlerCWcAGO SwindlerCHIttGO
CHICAGO CWcAGO Oct 2 2Evanston Evanston today Is Isafraid Isatrald isafraid i
afraid It does not knew a real prlnessfrom prlness princessfrom prlnesstram
from from fin n Imitation Several citizensthere citizens citizensthere citizenstl10re
there are iiowalllns QwalUnsums sums ranging front frontK frontte
K 10 to 500 00 Mrs Elizabeth El1zn eth Volk Is J Jcause tl tloause Us Uscause
cause She said her real r al name was as Bus EHzbeth EIIzbeth Busboth
beth Wyndlscltkraflmtz and nd that sh8was shawasan sha sh8wasan was wasan
an Austrian prlncoss prlncossprincess prlncossprlncess princessprincess
princess princessA
A few weeks eks ago she started star1 cl the re report report roport ¬
port that she was to receive 21000000 S27000U00from 21000000from 700OOOfrom
from the family and estate Meantime Meantlnmshe lIeantimushe Meantimeshe
she needed ready reed money One man manloaned lIlanloaned manloaned
loaned her her500 300 on ot o condition he shouldreceive should shouldI auld auldreceive
receive tit 4000 of tho Corbin a aadvanced n nToday t tadvanced
advanced W i O on the plQml8 mmiso or SIB 16JI 16JIToday > >
I Today the princess rinses Is missing Po Poi polIce Police
i lice and and the Austrian consul are investl investlI invest investbAUng Investigating
I gating
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SKULL SKULLSPLIT SKULLDeath
SPLIT SPLITPUZZLE SPLITPUZZLE
PUZZLE PUZZLEMystery PUZZLEMystery
Mystery ystery in Death DeathSPLIT o oVinegar of ofVinegar ofVinegar
Vinegar Factory FactoryEmploye FactoryEmploye Factorynl
Employe EmployeVictim EmployeVictim nl o oVictim
Victim of o Tragedy TragedyFound TragedyFound TragedyFound
Found Many a Hours HoursAfter HoursAfter HoursAfter
After End EndFellowWorkers EndFellowWorkers EndFellowWorkers
FellowWorkers Think TMnfcAccident ThinkAccident ThinkAccident
Accident Was the theCause theCause theCause
Cause CauseE
E iiyf lHg1 Jlg > ig with his head split open openWilliam openi1liam openWilliam
William i1liam Abigail an employe of the theCorbj theCor theCorti
Corbj Cor Corti y vinegar V DQgar factory factryat at Langdon LangdonD
D C was found dead this morning morningby morning1by 1110111np 1110111npby
by Edward Karey fireman of the thefactory thefaotory thefactory
factory faotoryTh factoryThe factoryThe
The Th death of Alai Abigail it is shrouded shroudedin
in mystery for there was no one oneabout oneabout oneabout
about the place who vho ho had seen him himor himor himor
or had any intimation that a trag tragedy tragedy tragedy ¬
edy had occurred until Karey found foundthe foundthe foundthe
the body of the dead man shortly shortlyafter shortlyuer shortlyafter
after 10 oclock ock > ck this morning morningMany morningMany morningMany
Many Theories Advanced AdvancedMany AdvancedMaD AdvancedMany
Many MaD theories tlte fi S have been be R advanced advancedas
as a < to how he met his death but the themst therr themost
mst rr plausible solution S 1ut B to his feliawem feliawemnteyes faUawcmployes U em empIoYQS
nteyes is that he e was caught oa In the theBMLohtaary theJB8 themaoMnery
BMLohtaary JB8 ht ery In s some nM way and 11 received receiveda recec receca
a bloW which s Alit Mt his skull and which whichmust whichmust witchmust
must hav Rave raattitad r lted in fnstantaneous fnstantaneousdeath nstantaneossdeath 1Sta1ltaneoasdttOt
death deathA dttOtJ1ttI4 deathA
A little aft at after r M 1 oclock Karey went wentiato wentloco W nt nttato
loco the engine castneQOB > coom oair to attend to his hisdudes hiSt hisddtles
dudes t Ues and 00 on the floor oor lay the bodyof bodyor body MYof
of Abigail TlM There r vtvtf wn a terrible cut cutthrough cutthrough cutthrough
through his Ai bend which JaW his skull skullopen skullopen skullopen
open and it was evident that h he j had hadThe hadbeen ad adbeeR
beeR deed aetare dIae dIaeIfbe dmeThe
The Codas c was notified t and ud Win Winmake willmake wiUmake
make an inveattgattott have dta all of tile ease Lit Little Litls Litthe ¬
the is knewat known of c AblgaH b but butehc tif was well wdlt wellthought wellthought
t thought 1t of ky M iii6 aaseciatds 8M aeeeaIat at4s s who arc arcof JirEot areof
of the lli beU belle f that t at ill al feftlh M1h was p purely purelyaccidental JMlrtLa irely irelyaccldgntai
accidental a ck1f1dal He lived hi Siaddnsburg lad4nsburg M Jolci JolciI JolciPresidents MoPresidents < L LPresidents
I
Presidents Policy PolicyOutlined PolicyOutlined PolicyOutlined
Outlined in Speech SpeechAt SpeechAt SpeechAt
At St Louis Today TodayA TodayApply
i
Apply A p pJ P l ypower y constitutional constitutionalpower constitutionalpower
power so as to cover coverchanges coverchanges coverchanges
changes conditions have haveundergone haveundergone haveundergone
undergone since the adop adoption adoption adoption ¬
tion of the laws of the thecountry thecountry thecountry
country countryGain countryGain countryGain
Gain controller contro1over control over corpor corporations corporations corporations ¬
ations and supervise themBetermine them themDetermine themDetermine
Determine what is State Stateand StateI Stateand Stateand
I
and what is national com commerce commerce
merce merceGovernment merceGovernment
merceGovernment Government control of ofall 1 1all l
1 1all
all industrial industrl corporations corporationsImprove corporationsImeroveriver
Improve Imeroveriver river nver transpor transportation transportation transportation ¬
tation facilities Do it itgradually itgradually itactually
gradually actually so as not to towork towork towork
work hardships on the tax taxpayers taxpayers taxpayers ¬
payers payersBuild payersBuild payersBuild
Build levees on the lower lowercourses lowercourses lowercourses
courses of the Mississippi Mississippiriver Mississippiriver Mississippiriver
river to protect bottomlands bottom bottomlands bottomlands
lands from floods floodsMaintain floodsMaint hoodsMaintain
Maintain Maint 1n forcible navy navyto navyto navyto
to hold the place theUnited the theUnited theUnited
United States has attained attainedamong attainedamong attainedamong
among nations of the theworld theworld theworld
world worldFor worldFor worldFor
For full text of the Pres Presidents Presidents Presidents ¬
idents speech see page 8
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THE WEATHER REPORT REPORTThe
The weather w Ather tonight will be generally generallyiair generallyfAir generallyfair
fAir In Atlantic coast districts and theSouth the theSouth tbeSouth
South with somewhat higher temperatures tempera temperatures temperatures ¬
tures in n iicrt A 1tern ern districts The weather weatherThursday weatheri weatherThursday
Thursday will Also lsw be fair Showers are areprobable areprobable areprobable
probable Thursday in the low lower r lake lakeregion lak lakrelon lakeregion
region
TDMPBRATUKE T MPBRATURE
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1 p jn m W WSUN G5SUNTXBI 66SUN
SUN SUNTXBI SUNTXBISun TABIffi TABIffiSun TABnBSun
Sun sets today todaySun tod 543 53Sun 513Sun
Sun rise rls tomorrow 557 557TIDE 551TIDB 557TIDE
TIDE TABLE TALEHigh TABLEHigh TABLElIgh
High water wa4 IU r today 4i3pm 4i3pmLow 4 hS pnt pntLow pmLow
Low water tiOdax t aay 4i ttQ5 < Spm SpmHigh tm tmIligh pmHigh
High T9 trr T tomorrow 4 4Uamo 44I an tii 6rjipra 6rjipraLow hllpraLow 11pnt 11pntLow
Low wate tomorrow 1133 am am1155 mn55 1155 pm pmHARPBI1S pmH pmHARPEiIS
HARPBI1S H PEllS FERRY W Va ta Oct I IBoth I IBotn LBoth
Both rivers muddy

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