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CAIRO CRown CRownTrip
Trip Down Mississippi MississippiOne MississippiOne I
One Long Ovation OvationFavors OvationFavors OvationDeep
Favors FavorsWaterways Deep DeepWaterways DeepIVatervays
Waterways WaterwaysPresident WaterwaysPresident IVatervaysPres
President Pres dent in Cairo CairoPresident Ca CairoProsldcnt ro roProsldnt
President arrives arros at 9 a mDrives m mDrives mDrlos
Drives from wharf to St Marys MarysPark MarysPark Iary IaryPUlt
Park where wher Mayttr aY r George Parsons Parsonsintroduces ParsonsIntrodu88 ParsonsIntroduces
introduces Governor Deneen who inturn in inturn Inturn
turn introduces the President to theople thepeople the thepeople
people peopleAfter peopleAfter ople opleAfter
After speaking the President Presidentleaves Presidentlevos Presidentleaves
leaves for Memphis at 11 a mCAIRO m mCAIBO n1of
of 1 1CAIRO
CAIRO Ill Oct 3 3Prosldont President Roose Roosevelts Rooseolt Rooseveltt ¬
velts olt trip down the Mississippi from fromSt fromSt fromSt
St Louis was one long ovation The Thedemonstration Thedemnstratlon Thedemanstratlon
demonstration began last night soon soonafter 800nafter soonafter
after ho left St Louis and were re resumed resumed resumed ¬
sumed early o rly this morning At Cape CapeGIrardeau CapeGlradeU CapeGlrardeau
GIrardeau the people wore awakened awakenedearly awakentVlearly awakeneE1early
early by bombs as the Presidents boat boatand boatand boatand
and Its escorts e corts passed down stream streamThce stre streamThe m mThee
Thee The + e were bonfires along the bonks brakelast bonkslast br1k8last
last night and displays of fireworks at atthe atthe atthe
the larger pla plaeef plaeefThe ae aeThe ep epThe +
The run was marked by an untpect unvrcpected
ed banquet on the Alton tended the thePresident thePresident thePresident
President by the St Louis delegates to tothe tothe tothe
the deep waterways convention The ThePresident ThePre ThePresident
President Pre ldent was transferred from the Mis Mississippi lU lUsl8fllppl MIsslseippi ¬
sissippi to the Alton In midstream ntidetreamAddressing midstreamAddressing mldslreamAddressing
Addressing the guests among whom whomwere whomwtre whomwere
were many man governors the President de declared declared declared ¬
clared that the Gulf of Mexico should shouldbe shoutdbe shouldbe
be extended to Lake Michigan implying implyinga
a purpose purpo e to labor with Congress to totliat tothat tothat
that end endWhen end1Vhen endWhen
When the President Pretti dent reached here he hewas bewas hewas
was welcomed by Mayor Parsons The ThePresident Therresldent ThePresident
President and other guests e t of bonoIWEre honorwere honor honorwere
were then driven to Su St Marys Park Parkwhere Parkhpre Parkwhere
where hpre after being welcomed by Gov GovDeneen GovDeneen GovDeneen
Deneen the President spoke to a groat groatcrowd groatcrowd greatcrowd
crowd of people from Illinois Kentucky Kentuckyand KenNckyand Kenhrckyand
and Missouri MissouriPAIIQ MissouriIFELS MIssouriWIFE
uALLo UN bfl Alii 1 1 1Pretty
Pretty Connecticut Woman WomanFollows WomanFollows
Follows Husband Who WhoLeft WhoLeft WhoLeft
Left Her HerMrs HerIrs Herllrs
Mrs Irs Philip Faraci a pretty young youngwoman youngwoman omg omgoangn
woman oangn who came to Washington last lastnight lastnight lastnight
night looking for her husband who she slieasserts 11I10asserts sheasserts
asserts deserted do ert8d her a week we k ago in New NewLondon NewLondon NewLondon
London Conn was taken in charge cha ge by bythe b bthe bythe
the Board of Charities this morning and amiwill andulll
will 111 be sent to her home In Nlontlc NlontlcConn NlantlcConn NianticConn
Conn today todayArriving tod todayArdving v vArriving
Arriving In this city last Ir 8t evening eveningMrs eoningMrs eveningMrs
Mrs Faraci went immediately to Police PoliceHeadquarters PolIceHeadquarters PoliceHeadquarters
Headquarters where she told her story storyto storyto storyto
to Sergeant S rgeant Carter Cart r She said her hus husband husband husband ¬
band deserted her about a week ago inNew in inNew InNew
New London He was In company withthree with withthree wIththree
three men who she claims are infiucncing in influencing Incnclng ¬
fluencing cnclng him to remain away from her herLernin herLernln herLearning
Lernin Learning that he had gone to BaIUmore Balti Baltimore B lU lUmore ¬
more Mrs Mr Faraci followed him to thatcity that thatcity thatcity
city only onl to learn that he had gone goneto goneto goneto
to Washington Tho police however howeverwere howeverwere howeverwere
were unable to learn anything of his hiswhereabouts hislihereabonttl hiswhereabouts
whereabouts and It is not thought ho horemained horC11alned heremained
remained here more than a day dayMrs dayrrs dayMrs
Mrs rrs Faraci had S3 3 in her pockebook pockebookthis pecke book bookthlg bookthis
this morning The money will bo ap applied appJled applied ¬
plied on her transportation to her home homeI
I dont want my father in Niantic to tolern tolKru tolearn
learn about my trouble she > > he said to today today today ¬
day and for that reason I will not notsay notMY notsay
say anything for publication It would wouldbreak wouldbreak wouldbreak
break his heart if he sltould hear that thatny thatn thatTry
ny n husband has left me and if any anything anything anything ¬
thing is printed about it ho might ml might ht hear hearcf hearf
cf c f It through the newspapers newspapersPRESIDENT newspapersPRESIDENT newspapersPRESIDENT
There arc many wrongs to torlgiit torIgat torlgbt
rlgiit there arc many and pow powerful powerful powerful ¬
erful wrongdoers against whomto whom whomto whomto
to war warThe warI warThe
The policy of peace with In Jnsnlt InsuIt Insult
I suIt Is the very worst policy policyupon polIcyuIJon policyupon
upon which it is possible to em cmbark embark embark
bark barkLet
I Let us build up and maintain maintainat
at the highest point of efficiency effi efficiency efficiency ¬
ciency the United States nary navyThe naryXhe naTYThe
The best way to parry Is to tohit tohitno tohitno
hit hitno no fight can ever be won wonwithout wonwithout wonwithout
without hittingThe hitting hittingThe hittIngThe
The nary must be bebnllt built and andall andall andall
all its training given in time timeof timeof timeof
of peace peaceOur penceOur peaceOur
Our effort must be to secure secureunder secureII secureender
under the law to all men equal equality cqualJty equality ¬
II ity of opportunity to make a aliving aIIdng aliving
living livingThe IIdngThe livingThe
The full text of President PresidentRoosevelts Pre jden jdenRooseelfs clent clentRoostbelt t
Roosevelts s speech sp ecfz will be befound befouncl b bound e
found ound on page 6
Hiss 1 155 Vanderbilt VanderbiltEngaged VanderbiltLngagd Vai derbilt derbiltCngagecl
Engaged to Wed WedAustrian WedAustrian WedRustrian
Austrian Count
Whose Engagement Has Been An Announced Announced Announced ¬
nounced nouncedB nouncedSTANDARD nouncedSTANDARD
Monopoly of o Lubricating LubricatingBusiness LubricatingBusinessRebates LubricatingBusinessRebates
Business BusinessRebates BusinessRebatesin Rebates Rebatesin
in in New Form FormNEW FormNEW FormNEW
NEW YORK Oct 3 i1 3 When hen the th hearing hear hearing iirIng ¬
ing of the Federal suit to dissolve the theStandard lheStandard theStandard
Standard OH OJ Company of New Ke Jersey Jerseywas Je Jerseywas o owas
was resumed here today before SpecfaiMaster Special SpecialMaster Spec AI AIMaster
Master iFraiiklln Frah dln Ferris Ferr l of St St LoUiS LoutsAttorney LoUiSAttorney LouisAttorney I
Attorney Frank B Kellogg said he knew knewnothing knewnothlnE knewnothing
nothing of a report that thalJohn John D Rockefeller Rocke Rockefeller Rockeff1ter ¬
feller was in town It was understoodthat understood understoodthat understoodthat
that the oil king ante here qi quietly quietlyfrom q tetly tetlyfrom Ietiyfrom
from Cleveland but Kellogg said the themove themoc themove
move was not made at the instance oi oithe ottho ofthe
the Government GovernmentAt
At first it was believed John D Rockefeller Rocke Rockefeller Rockttfeller ¬
feller and his hi oil n cabinet < bInel would be sum summoned 5ummoned summoned ¬
moned as witnesses wltna ses but the Govern Government Government Government ¬
ment has developed its case so rapidly rapidlyand rapldl rapldland rapldland
and so satisfactorily soU factorIly to the inquisitor inquisitorfrom Inquisitorfrom inquisitorfrom
from other witnesses 11tn S6es that it baa > beenpractically been beenpractically beenpractlc3lly
practically determined not to subpoena subpoenathe liIubpoencthe subpoenathe
the great chiefs of the Standard Oil OilCompany 011Company OilCompany
Company This decision it is said ald has hascaused hascaused gascaused
caused considerable uneasiness in the thtRockefeller lhtRockefeller theRockefeller
Rockefeller ring and may have Induced InducedJohn InducbdJohn irdueedJohn
John D Rockefeller to hasten to his hiswinter hl hlwInter hiswinter
winter home in order to be near the thebase thebase thebase
base of operations opernU ms I shall pursuu the theInvestigation theIuvesllgaUon theinvestigation
Investigation Just as I have been do doing doIn doing ¬
ing In said Mr rr Kellogg today todayHas todayHas todayHas
Has Lubricating Monopoly MonopolyTo
To prove that tho Standard OH Com Company Compuny Cornpuny ¬
puny has a monopoly of the lubricating lubricatingbusiness lubrIcotlngbUlllleSS lubricatingbusiness
business by b which it collects lIecUi from therailroads the therailroads therailroads
railroads more than fi20QbOO = 4004100 annuallyway annually annuallywas annunllywas
was the object of Mr Kellogg Kello when he hecalled l1eoaned hecalled
called to the stand C C Steinbrenner Steinbrennorwho Steinbrennerwho Steinbrennerwho
who has charge of the books of the theGalena theGalena theGalena
Galena Signal Oil Company The Gov Government Givornn1ont Gt Gternment v ¬
ernment charges that through the Galena Ga Galena Galtma ¬
lena Company and the WatersPierce WatersPierceOil VatersPlereeon
Oil Company the he Standard Oil controls 97 97per 9 9per 91per
per cent of the lubricating businessKellogg business businessKellogg buslnossKellogf
Kellogg alleges that some railroads paid paidfrom paidfrom lhl lhlfrom
from 50 to ICO i i per cent n wore ore than a fair fairprice f fairprice 1r 1rpricu
price and and that different roads paid In 1n19M
1304 for valve ahe oil as follows followsPensylvanla f followsPensyhanta > 1l0W8 1l0W8PensylvfnIa
Pensylvanla 285 cents per gallon gallonEight ganonEight gallon gallonEight
Eight roads i77 77 cents p I per r gal gallon gallonNino sa II 011 ouNino 011Kino
Nino roads 359 cents per gallon gallonThirteen gallonThIrteen gallonTldrlcen
Thirteen roads 39fi S cents per gallon gallonTwentytwo gallonTwentytwo gallonTwentytwo
Twentytwo roads 4ft c cents nts par pew gallon gallonThirty gallonThirtyone 11100 11100Thlrt
Thirty Thlrt Thirtyone one ne roads 48 cents pergalon pergalonPrices pergnlonPrices per Salon SalonPrices
Prices Amount to Rebates RebatesIt
It was as intonated Int1mR d plainly that the Stan Standard Standard Standard ¬
dard Oil flxed i ced ed these th prices in accord accordance R accordance cord cordnnce ¬
ance with it1 Its business with the roads roadsthat roadsthat roadsthat
that the prices in some cases amounted amountedpractically amountedpl8CUra11Y amountedpractIaUY
practically to rebatingKellogg rebating rebatingKellogg rebKtlngKellogg
Kellogg charged that the railroadcompanies railroad railroadcompanies railroadcompanies
companies up paid ld excessive and un unreasonable unr6ft5onable unroasonablo ¬
reasonable prices for lubricating oil asa as asa asa
a condition of securing shipments and andtraffic andtratfic andtraffic
traffic in petroleum petroleumIt
It was asserted a ert d that Independent concerns con concorns concerns
cerns have been unable to sell lubricat lubricating luhrlcatIng lubricating ¬
ing oil to the t e railroads although they thoyoffered theyoltered theyoffered
offered It at less than thanThe 50 per er cent of the theStandard theStandard theStandard
Standard Otis prices The Standard S trd Oil 011foreod Oilforced allforcod
forced tho railroads to buy from It by bythreatening b bthreatenIng bythreatening
threatening to divert th < shipment of ofpetroleum otpotroleum ofpetroleum
petroleum from them themDo themDo themDo
Do you know of any road that buys buyslubricating buyslubrlcatlng buyslubricaUng
lubricating oil from Gm any anyone one else olseKellogg olse7 olse7KoUogg elseKellogg
Kellogg asked Stoinbrennor StoinbrennorYes SteinbrennerYes
Yes The Tidewater for one said saldthe saldthewItness the thewitness
Continued on Second Page
The Vanderbilt Home at Newport NewportBUT NewportNOBLEMAN NewportNOBLEMAN
HAS HAS15000000 HAS15000000He 15000OOO 15000OOOHe
He Is I Is Now Guest t uesl of ofFamily ofFamily ofFamily
Family at The Break Breakers Breakers reak reakers ¬
ers in Newport NewoortJOBW N NewportNEW evport evport1nv
NEW 1nv YORK Oct a 31ra Mrs Cornelius CorneliusVandftrbUt CornelhulVa CorneliusVanderbilt
Vanderbilt Va ttbllt officially announced NIMI Ced 4 4tb a3 a3the y yUte
tb Ute rongagamW ongagtri ongageMeait t of e K > ttttig ttttigGladys gtfter gtfterGIad11 k er
Gladys Gladys MM of r UM rteMfit rICI Iiil yfttntx anx g heir JtelreoiHt hdreeoe j jSzechenyi
eoiHt eeoe I In all Amedra to Cieii t tSzechenyi JBJtIo JBJtIoSzecllen1 li aazhi
Szechenyi a poor noblenuat noblenuatpest Budapest Buda Budapest
pest who is a guest of ofwomans t yeung yeungwornan youn younwomans g
womans mother at Newport NewportMiss NnportII NewportMiss
Miss II Vanderbilt has been known for foryears forear fo foyears r
years ear as the uAmerlCan American Sphinx for fornotwithstanding fornotwlthatndlnK fornotwithstanding
notwithstanding she had been reported reportedengaged reportedenglled report reportedengaged
engaged many times she would neitherdeny neither neitherdeny nelthordeny
deny or confirm the rumorsSurprise rumors rumorsSurprise rumorsSurprise
Surprise to Social World WorldThe WorldThe WorldThe
The confirmation of the rumor which whichhad whlohhad whin whinhad h
had been given little or no credence will willcause willcause ill illCUM
cause great astonishment a in the social socialcenters socialcenters oclalcentrs
centers of the world orld forMise for Miss 1188 Vanderbilt Vanderblltwho Vanderbiltwho VaJNIerbUtwho
who inherited 12000000 upon the deaf deafof death deathof deathot h
of her father has been the goal of for fortune fortune fortune ¬
tune hunter throughout every State in inthe inthe 1 1the
the Union a ae If well as every foreign foreignprovince foreignprovince foreigprovince n
province in n the world Since her lath fathers f lathers th ther ¬
ers er death her fortune has h increased to toat toat t tat °
at least J1SOOOGOO 115000800Sb sie000eo0Slip
She Sb had been at various times reported reportedengaged repor1Odenga report reportengaged
engaged enga d to young OunJ Robert Walton Goo Goelet Goolet Goolet
let himself hh Hlr worth more than 5000000as 6000000 6000000nent
as well as to the eons or other prom promneat promi prominent
nent and socially lally eminent Americans o oaristocratic of ofaristocratic otarlJtocratIe f
aristocratic blood and half a score of ofBritish 01 o oBritish
British noblemenFamily noblemen noblemenFamily i
Family Wins But Little LittleIn LittleIn I IIn
In the man she has b selected to aid In Inthe Intho h hthe i
the spending of the great Vanderbllfortune Vanderbilt Vanderblltfortune Vanderbiltfortune t
fortune the family has won little except exce exceli exceliatwociation t tatwoclatlon j
aiMrOciatton with 1th the Szechenyie who wh whhave o
have ba ve been identified with thy th i politics politicsof 1
fortunes of AustriaHungary AU8trJa Huniary for a cen i itury
tury past plk8tThe pastThe i iTbe
The young count brings with him lit
tie tl save 8f 0 the breeding of a gentleman gentlemanand gentlemananel gentlemenan
and an the reputation of having once one e
fought a duel duelAn duelAn duelAn
An interesting intere UnK coincidence colneidc Incldelf we in connec ¬
tion with this was that his antagonist antagonistwas antagonistWAS antagonistwas
was Aural Batonyi who is s being sued au ed
by his wife the former Mrs Burke
Kochc I oche for a divorce The counts hono honowas honor honorwas honorwas r
was upheld upheldwben when he shot Batoyni 11 lMto tool ni In ii I
the tl1 arm As the celebrated whip whip is f a
Ila1n leaving g the social center a practical out outCount outcast outcast
cast the latest Importation suddenly be beetmee
ettmes Its hero heroCount heroCount I
Count Arrived YesterdayThe Yesterday YesterdayThe
The count arrived at The Breakers Breakersyesterday Breakersyostorda Breake Breakeyesterday rs
yesterday and was received in a mannor man manner manncr ¬
ncr which aoomed to leave no doubt as asto a ato s i ito
to his standing as a prospective hus husband husband busband
band and soninlaw He is J twentyeight twentyeghtyears twentysighyears t i iyears
years old good looking and a lieutenant lieutenantIn lieirtenanIn t
In his Kings Imperial Hussars HussarsHe Hu HussarsHe rs rsHo
He was as met at a the Newport statioby station stationby stationby n
by Miss IJss Vanderbllt herself and driven drive n nn L
to The Breaken There he h dined e en n
famllle with the Vanderbilts
Newports first Imprcsrton of Count t
Szochwiyl S tiehauy was decidedly favorable favorablefor
Nuniorous l > umeroutJ entertainments will be g11 give
for him and nd Miss Vanderbilt within the ti i e
next week weekCount weekCount weekCount
Count Szechenyi Szeche 1 i was wa born in Egervar
Hungary HuiigaryC in n 1S79 His father was Count
Kmtrlch Em rlch Szechenyi and had the decora ¬
tion of the Order of the Golden Fleece
His mother was as Countess Alexandra of o t
SztaraySxlrmay Ladlslaus has three
elder brothers the Counts Dionysius
Peter and Stephan all of whom lik like e
himself hlms Ir are reserve lieutenants in the tli e
Imperial Hussars Peter P < ter married Count ¬
ess 8S Maria dEsterhazyAlfred dEsterhazy dEsterhazyAlfred dEsterhZ dEsterhZAlfred
Alfred G Vanderbilt VanderbiltSays VanderbiltSays VanderbiltSays
Says He Wont Affirm AffirmOr AffirrilOr AffirmOr
Or Deny the Report ReportNEW ReportNEW ReportYORK
NEW YORK Oct 3 3AJrrtod Alfnd d G Van Vanderbllt Vanderbilt ¬
derbilt declined decUnt > d to discuss dl CJss the roptrteengagement reported reportedengagement ropctedungaomont
engagement of his sister The young youngmillionaire youn younmillionaire ol1ng ol1ngmll1lonalre g
millionaire was preparing for his daily dailycoaching ail ailcoaching i1Ilr i1Ilrcoaching
coaching trip to Ardsley
I cannot discuss the the matter he said
No I will not deny that tlu that t my sister is isengaged IscnbU 1 1engaged
engaged cnbU oo to t < Count Szecuenyl Neither Neitherwill NeitherwlJl r
will I affirm the report he added add addedanswer d In Inanswer Innnher n rn
answer to questions questionsWhere queslIornVherc questionsWhere >
Where Is the count at present per persisted persisted perslsted ¬
sisted the reporter reporterHe reporterHe reporterHe
He Is at 1t the Breakers at Newport Newportsixld
sixld S ld Mr Vanderbilt ns he mounted the thestep theutep th thstep e
step o of Ills 11 coach CQ and drove away awayr
Supt Chancellor ChancellorHead ChancellorHead ChancellorHead
Head of City City Schools SchoolsPours SchoobfPours SchoolI
Pours Hot Shot I Into IntoHis IntoH IntoHis
His H is Critics CriticsSays CriticsSays cs csSays
Says He Will Stop Fee FeeSystem FeeSystem FeeSystem
System of Colored ColoredAttorneys ColoredAttorneys ColoredAttorneys
Attorneys AttorneysNeither AttorneysuNelther AttorneysNeither
Neither I nor nortlle the Board of Edu Education Education Education ¬
cation can Qanh hf bulldozed by a handful hand handful handful ¬
ful of negro I1c ro lawyers lawers into doing doingwhat doingwhat doingwhat
what we do not want to doThis do doThis doThis
This is a part parto of the hot shot shotSuperintendent shotSuperintendent shotSuperintendent
Superintendent of Schools Chancel Chancellor Chance1lor Chancellor ¬
lor handed out jut at the he Franklin FranklinSchool FrnnkUnSehoolbulldtng FranklinSchool
School Sehoolbulldtng building today during his hiscomment hiscomment hiscomment
comment on two published inter interviews interiews interviews ¬
views purporting to come from fromnegro fromnegro fromnegro
negro lawyers lnw ers and reflecting on Dr DrChancellors DrChance1lors DrChancellors
Chancellors conduct of the sohoolsFurthermore sohools schoolsFurthermore sohoolsFurthormore
Furthermore declared the su superintendent s sperlntondent su superintendent ¬
perintendent I am unalterably op opposed oPposed opposed ¬
posed to the suggestion that therebe there therebe ther therbe
be two boards of education one for forthe forthe forthe
the whites and one for the blacks blacksSuch blacksSu blacksSudt
Such Su Q system 6 stem would result in thewholesale the thewholesale thewholciale
wholesale buying and sale of posi positions po posltionc i itiom ¬
tions in the schools hools such uch ae 8 was the thecase thecase thecase
case prior to 1000 1000No 1l1OQNo
No Fees for Negro Lawyers LawyersAnd LawyersAnd LawyersAnd
And you Ou can put this UII down do for sure surethis surethis surethis
this thing of negro lawyers accepting acceptingfees aeileptlagMII aceeptiagfats
fees MII for trying to get negroes positions positionsas i ias
as teachers teac ls in the tfcebe schoo schools is J going tobe to tobe
be stopped It Isnt isnt l nt exactly bribery briberybut briberybut briberybut
but it has tho color of it It The way we wewill wewill Yoewin
will stop top it wilt l e very el simple Any Anyperson An Anperson Anyperson
person who tries trluto to employ such means meanswill meanswm meanswilt
will not be considered eced AS eligible oUst fit appolntment ap appointment ¬ i
pointment a al > a a teacher teacherDr teacherDr 1
Dr Chancellor Cha 1or started his talk to todeny toa todeny
deny a atateIue statemart stat rt t aAtrlbqtea ally t te him 1tlmt that thatthe at atthe
the cotord rna 1al 1alUte wp s ttocf a d l prergg pr prthe Ja Jatha
Ute pubttc JOItNt > system of the Din District DlIItr1ct ¬ =
trict Be was credited credit with having havingmade haIngmade havingmade
made the statement statement before the th Columbia ColumbiaHeights ColumbiaHts
Heights Hts Citizen Association AssociationI A ocIaUon ocIaUonr
I did not mKn the statement said seJdDr stlJdDr
Dr Chancellor Chan IJor today for the very verysimple verysimple ery erysimple
simple reason that nothing is 8 going to tooar tobar tobar
bar oar progress In the schools of Washing Washington Waahlngton Washington ¬
ton The blacks cant do it t and anc the thewhiles theVohle thewhiles
whiles cant do It it We Ve are going to tohave toMt tohave
have progress pro as long as the present presentboard pruontboard
board and I are In authority authorityOpposed authorlt authorltOpposed authorityOpposed
Opposed to Two Hearts Heartsfar BoarcsSo BomsE
So E far as this talk about two school schoolboards schoollJontds schoolboatdc
boards is concerned there ie J nothing nothingto
to that What hat we need here is what whatwe whatwe whatwe
we have now nowand and I wish you ou would wouldput woul
put It this way waya a strong central power powerto pou81to powerto l
to control all the schools schoolsAnd schoolsAnd schoolsAnd
And the abatement atement is made that I Ishould Ishould Ishould
should give up u my m position po ItJon as super superintendent superIntendent superintendent ¬
intendent at once Well now Ill tell tellyou tollyou tellyou
you right here that t at these negro agita agitators aaitatora 1Jltators ¬
tors cant bulldoze me Into doing any anything an anthing anything ¬
thing As a matter of fact fact I am a afriend atrlend
friend of the negroes ne roes I am pronegro pronegroand pronegroand pro negro negroand
and the negroes are my friends exceptfor except exceptfor exceptfor
for the aglttuors aglttuorsI
I have done and am doing all pos possible possible possible ¬
sible for the negro school The negro negroteachers ngrOtuchors
teachers and the negro public realize realizethis realizethis
this as a rule ruleWhat ruteWhat
What good would it do these agita agitators agtlate ¬
tors te > rs if I were to get out of this posi position position
tion I would still consider it my duty dutyto dutyto dutyto
to make suggestions looking r oking to the bet betterment bettrrmont betttrmont ¬
terment of the schools tS Ools of Washingtonjust Washington Washingtonjust ashil1gton ashil1gtonjurt
just as 1 am frequently called on for forsimilar forsimilar
similar suggestions in the cities where whereI
I have worked before coml corals here I Iam 1am Iam
am a citizen of this country country oo ntry and 1 1would 1would
would never stop top working for the theschools theschools theachoois
schools in tbs tbsDiscusses th + s vU ctT > r rDiscusses
Discusses Fraternities FraternitiesThe
The superintendent then passed to the thesubject th thsubject thesubject
subject of secret societies in the high highschools highChools highschools
schools schoolsThat schoolsThat ChoolsThat
That order rder stands t3ndB he hI said If the thesocieties thesoletios thesocieties
societies persist IK h being secret then thenwe thonwe
we will do lIt everything possible pos fble to die diecourage discourage ¬
courage th < tm m If they will initiate their theirparents theirparcts
parents and teachers they can continue continuewith continuewith
with he full approval of the school schoolauthorities Ichoolauthorities
authorities authoritiesOf
Of course we cannot deny children
the right So to attend the schools merely merel merelbecause
because they belong to the secret so sosocletles 805Ocletles
socletles but we will discourage the so societies societies ¬
cieties cietiesThe cietiesTN
The action taken by Dr Chancellor In
Issuing a notice before a meeting of the theContinued theContinued
7Continued Continued on Second Page PageHeresWhat
1 H HeresWhat e res res What r at Happened HappenedIve a one
ure Ive a lot of old junk in my mycellar mycellar
cellar said a man some time timeago timeago timeago
ago at Quigleys pharmacy pharmacyTwentyfirst pharmacyTwentyfirst t tTwent
Twentyfirst Twent flrst and G streetsthat streets streetsthat streetsthat
that Td like to get getrld rid of butit but butit butit
it costs co ts so much to tohau hau haul it awaySnow away awayKnow awayKnow
Know where I can get it donecheap done donecheap donecheap
cheap cheapuWhr
uWhr Why not sell it by a a a Time TimeWant TimeYnnt
Want Ad was asked uwee weve a abranch abranch abranch
branch here hereA hcreA hereA
A few days dn 3 later the mandropped man mandropped mandropped
dropped in again See this thiBhat thiBhathe hat hathe
he said Its made out of that thatold thatold thatold
old junk I thought I couldnt get getrid getrid getrid
rid of Have a cigar on me
Duncan Hannegan Gives GivesHis GivesHis GivesHis
His Sister in Marriage MarriageS IVarriageLA
S a rt LA 4 rou Ip IpLoe id idLove
Love for her native land and Ad loyalty loyaltyto Joyatt Joyattto
to her home city prompted Mtoa MaUkleUannegaa Matilda MatildaHannegan > aUJde aUJdeHaaR
Hannegan HaaR a to crow cross the tit Atlantic ocean oceanthat oceanthat oceanthat
that her M I marriage m n1a to a distinguished distinguishedoffice dtstJnruhomcn distinguishedofficer
office officer of the British army might be beheld bebtld beheAd
held in Washington Wash1D where here the earlier earlieryears earl1erears earlieryears
years ears of her I1fs life lit were paard pasr > d Miss MissHannegan MissHannepn MissHannegan
Hannegan was married at t noon > > GOn today todayin todayIn todayin
in St St Johns Church to Capt GolandClarke Gotoad GotoadClarke GoIDdClarke
Clarke of the Eighteenth Hussars of ofthe OCtbe ofthe
the British army arm who some months monthsago monthsago monthsago
ago received from King Edward ro VII VIIthe vnthe VIIthe
the privilege of addng D S O to his hisname blsname hisname
name signifying conspicuous Cosplcu > us bravery braveryon bnLeiy bnLeiyon
on the field of batUo hatteMiss batUoMiss bttl6MJss
Miss Hannegan has lived in n London Londonfor Londonfor Londonfor
for about eight years ers and when her herengagement herengagement herengagement
engagement to Captain Clarke was an announced announced announced ¬
nounced It was understood that the theceremony theceremoa theceremony
ceremony ceremoa would take takeplace place in the Eng English Eag118h Baglish ¬
lish capital But iliss Iis Hannegan Hn1 aD who whodeclares whodeclares whodeclares
declares that she is Drat of all an anAmerican anAmerican anAmerican
American girl and then a loyal Wash WashIngtonian WashJngtonIUJ Washingtonian
Ingtonian was determined that she shewould shewouk shewould
would be married In her own country countrythat countrythat countrythat
that the friends of her family might mightwitness mightwitness mightwitness
witness the ceremony and that her herbrother herbrotber herbrother
brother Duncan Hannegan of the theGeological theGeological theGeelogical
Geological Survey should give her in inmarriage InmatrIage Inmarriage
Assemble From AfarSo Afar AfarSo AfarSo
So the young oun bridetobe took ship shipfor shipfor shipfor
for the United States find id several weeks wyeksago weeksago v ks ksago
ago arrived in Washington with her hercousin hercousin hercousin
cousin Mrs E H Abbe In the mean meantime meantime meantime ¬
time Captain Clarke was speeding across acrossthe acro acrossthe if ifthe
the ocean arriving here her Sunday Sunda with withhis withhis IUt IUthIs
his best man Harry Brancker Branc er Duncan DuncanHannegan DuncanHanne DuncanHannegan
Hannegan Hanne n came across the Continent Continentrrom ConUnentrom Continentfrom
from rom his station in the far West to join joinMiss joinMiss I II1ss
Miss I1ss Hannegan Hanne n for todays Interesting Interestingceremony interestingceromon interestingceremony
ceremony ceremonyJust ceromon ceromonJust ceremonyJust
Just after the Boer war in which whichCaptain whichCaptain whichCaptain
Captain Clarke took a prominent part in intlie InUe intle
tlie engagements before betor1 Ladysmlth and andSploti andSplon andSplon
Splon Kopf the young oung officer returned returnedto
to London Londoq and there met Miss Hanne Hannegan Hannegan
gan 11 She had been living in the Eng Engllsh EngUah English
llsh capital several oel1ll years ears having gone gonethere gonethere gonethere
there after the death of her father It Itwas Itwas Itwag
was here that the romance began The TheAmerican TheAmerlcan TheAmerican
American colony In London was much muchinterested muchInterested muchinterested
interested in the progress of their love lovestory Jovcstory lovestory
story and not long ago the engagement engagementof
of Miss U65 Hannegan and Captain Clarke Clarkewas Clokeas Clarkewas
was as announced announcedComes announcedComes announcedComes
Comes of Kentucky Family FamilyMiss FamilyI1s FamilyMiss
Miss I1s Hannegan is a descendant < of old oldKentucky oldKentucky oldKentucky
Kentucky and Indiana families She is isthe Jsthe isthe
the daughter of the late Col and Mrs MrsSellmn MrsSellmcn Irs IrsSellrncn
Sellmn Key Hannegan who were wereprominent wereprominent wereprominent
prominent in the social affairs of Wash Washington Washlngton WashJngton ¬
ington many jjpars pars ago Her mother motherwas mothoras motherwas
was as a noted beauty and amtwtuI was the daugh daughtor daughtor ¬
tor of the late Gen Thomas H Nelson Nelsonof Nelsonot Nelsonof
of Indiana IndianaTodays IndianaTodays IndianaTodays
Todays cerei cer wiy was performed by bythe bythp bythe
the Rev Re Roland Cotton Smith rector of ofSt ofSt ofSt
St Johns Church In the presence of a acompany acompan acompany
company of relatives and special pect l friends friendsof friendsOf friendsof
of the bride and nd her family tam II The church churchwas churchwas hurchwas
was appropriately decorated with withautumn withautumn withautumn
autumn foliage palms and Bride rosesThe roses rosesThe rosesThe
The bride entered with her brother brotherDuncan brotherDuncan brotherDuncan
Duncan Hannqgan < of this city who whogave whogave ho hoaave
gave her in n marriage mJrrJageShe She had no at attendants attendants attendants ¬
tendants Captain Clarkes best man manwas manwas manwas
was Harry Brancker of England EnglandThe EnglandThe EnglandThe
The brides gown own was an Imported Importedcne Importedene importedcne
cne of white cherult c eruit made in n Princesse Princessestyle Prfncessestyl Princessestyle
style styl over chiffon and saUn with Ith a atlemi
tlemi train The bodice was very sim simple simple ¬
ple le and made of exquisite handwrought
lace InC lace The sleeves were of lace flounces flouncesolbow flounceselbow flounceselbow
elbow length with an overpiece of the thecherult theellerult thecl
cherult cl er The skirt uarryins tlrryIn out the thesimplicity theslmpllcllv thesimplicity
simplicity of o the bodice was made with witha
a front panel outlined with a tiny bit bitof bitot bitof
of embroidery and n a band of white satin satinabout 81Inout satnabout
about out the bottom bottom Her veil 11 was of tulle tulle
held he1 < 1 with lilies of tbe valley altay and she shecarried Sh6crrled shecarried
carried a shower bouquet of Brides Bridesroses Bridesrefles Bridesroses
roses and lilies of the valley Her only onlyornament onlyCrnnmant onlyornament
ornament was wa a single rope of pearls pearlsabout pearlsnbc pearlsnbc
about nbc tt t her neck
Posse Surrounds Man in inSwamp inSvamp i iSwamp n
Swamp Lynching LynchingProbable LynchingProbable LynchingProbable
Probable ProbableOQUAWAKA ProbableOQUA ProbableOQUAWARA
OQUAWAKA OQUA W AIU III Get 3 3With 3Withthe 3Withthe With Withthe
the avowed mtontion of burning1 burning1him hurninghim burnin burninhim g
him at the stake armed poases po ses ar artoday arc arctoday arctoday c
today surrounding a large rge swam swamin sivamp sivampia sWl1mpin p
in which is believed to be e hidden hidtnnegro a anegro anegro
negro tramp who attacked Mrs MrsJohn JoiIrsJohn It ItJohn
John Hathaway a farmers wife wifebecause wifebecause wifebecause
because she would woul not n > t give ge him himfood bimfood hi hifood m
food then tied her fouryearold fouryearoldboy fourye8oMboy fouryeas oh ohboy t
boy to a tree and set him on firecausing fire firecausing firecau
causing cau ing his death Mrs 1rs Hathaway Hathawayis Hathawa Hathawais
is at the point of death deathWhen deathMn deathWhen
When Mn she h regained conscioesnees yes yesterday yesterday es esterday ¬
terday after beta being attacked by b the ne negro negro a agre e ¬
gro she found her baby tied to a 11 tree treeputtering treeunorln treesuffering
puttering unorln agonies The tramp had Aadpur Aadpurcd pour poured pourad ¬
ed oil all over erhl his clothing and set i it on onfire on onfire orfire i
fire The little little fellow died Inhfe In his moJrerarms nxKbers nxKbersarms moJ1us3rms s
arms armsFrantic 3rmsFrantic armsFrantic
Frantic with ith terror and gri grief f the svo tVOman o oman
man mounted one or the farm arm t L < or orspread < aoes aoesand
spread spr ae th u the alarm Every Ever man Im Immediately ImmedlateJy itsmedately
mediately left the th plow and ad forming for fortwo
two posses scoured the country with withtho withtho
tho aid of bloodhounds The sheriff and anda aDda an ana d
a posse po e also AiO are after the fugitive Istttv and an d
It It is a race to see < ee which hlch gets him Urat UratPLOT Jl1IItPLOT hri hriI
LEXINGTON Ky K Oct 3Corre 3Correspondence 3Correspondence
spondence covering verlng several years ears be bewomen beweeI
tween weeI CaLleb Powers and the D18l nevi an rid ridwomen d
women women jointly Indicted with him on n the thecharge Utecharge th thcharge
charge of securing perjured testimony testimon testimonto
to fix 11 011 Henry Yousey the guilt of ofthe orthe o othe f
the murder mUI er of former Governor Goebel Goebelwas GrebelWAS GrebcIwas
was made public last nightThe night nightThe nlht nlhtThe
The first information Powers ncdlvod ncdlvodIt
It Is alleged allege cam came through the th nrotheof mother motherof motheror r
of James W V Stevenson who sakl h hson her herson her5On er
son lad 1 nd written lUten to her that Yoctsey Yo Youtse Youtsehad tsey y
had declared that the first thought of ofkilling Qtkllllne e ekilling f
killing Goebel came to him at the time timeGovernor tlnl8Governor tiny tinyGovernor e
Governor Taylor was making a a tour tourover tourover tou touover
over the State StateHe SUitcHe StateHe
He thought thought that Taylor would uuld w wand vrin vrinand oInand
and that Goebel Ot > l a vould ould steal the UtEeec UtEeectlon elec election e1 e1tion eo ¬
tion from r m him Wjen TJen the election conlest con contest conlest ¬
lest come on Youtzey Yutse It Is allegedtried alleged allegedtried allS d dtrtod
tried to get g t a 3 number of persons perso S u 0 > re remove r rmove remove ¬
move Goebel hut failed and nnclly fin ally detided de deelded decided
tided to do the deed himself himselfPowers bJm himselfPowers elC elCPowers
Powers yesterday vestcrd y demanded an im immediate immedlate Immediate ¬
mediate trial trialBeautiful trIalBeautiful trialBeautiful
Beautiful Palms at lt 25 Per Ceni OffduringBlacklstonesAnnualSale14th Off 05duringBlockistones OffdurIngBlack1stones
duringBlockistones duringBlacklstonesAnnualSale14th Annual Sale 14th H
BYLAW BYLAWBloomingdale BY BYLAWoomin LA W WBloomingdale
Bloomingdale oomin a e Would WouldBar WouldBar ou ouar
Bar ar Negro N a gro ro From FromOwn FromOwn r om omwn
Own wn House HOUSDeed HouseDeed ouse ouseee
Deed ee Holds o s Provision ProvisioaAgainst ProvisionAgainst rnViS10I rnViS10Ialns
Against alns Sale a e to toBlack toBlack o oac
Black BlackNeighbors BlackNeighbors ac acei
Neighbors ei ors Subscribe Subscribeto u scrl e eo
to o Carry arr Case ase to toCourts toCourts o oours
Courts CourtsTo ours oursTo
To stow w that colored residents can ta taprohibited b bprobtblted beprohibited
prohibited from settling HttIt la white communities com communtttes commUilltIQs
muntttes which iaIeh object o ject to tJ the e blacks and aadthus andI andthus
I thus to draw rw the color ttne li n ne e In semis unmistakable semistakable ¬
I takable fashion m 1ft the t e National Capitalare Capital Capitalare Capitalare
are the things for which the residents residentsof relllcJentslof residentsof
lof of Btoerafngdate BIoumtD have pledged their theirenergies theirenergies
1 energies and resources lee In a fight that thatthey thatI
I they will take to the highest hlgbe t court It Itnecessary 1 1necessary 1neceeary
necessary necessaryWomen necessaryWomen
I I Women avid zd seen in Bloomfegdale Bloomfegdaleamong ale aleamong
among whom is Samuel Gompers havo havobad hvOa1readT hav0already
already COIltntMttlid money y to the fight fightsecured fightsecured
secured the services oC aa attorney and
bad a salt filed jI te the District Supremo
Court to enjoin a
colored man from
oc occupying ocI occupylog ¬
cupying a 1MMIM bo e he has bought In
I Bloomingdale Blooinlngdalevviunn BloomingdaleWJthtn BloomingdaleWithin
Within vviunn tbe next few days the auit suitwhich auitwhich
which bleb was brought brou t ajr 131 Charles D Mar Marnoon Harrison Huroa ¬
noon roa through the Btoomlagdate
attor attorney 3ltorneT attorney ¬
ney Samuel mtueI V Hy Hayden ten will be en enargad ¬
larged so as to 19 t > wake lte many residents re ecknt
I in BIocNaIn BtoomJngdale dale parties to tk t the e suit utt
Francis de S So Smith a 11 dvtt ctVR clr engineer eogtD < < Er Erthe
Is I s the th e person whom the BkxxningdaloIn BloooungdaIowould Bkxxningdalo BkwmIngdalopeople
people would eaJuta from Nm taping uJ up Ida Idarerddenes h14leltlde
leltlde rerddenes ee aJIIOft among theaa In 1 the deed of ofpromfaea oftile ofas
as iii tile pe promfaea ll8lD1 emleas es ax atrftc 290 290It 29Da 29Dat
rftc t t street JHIItbweet to Smith It R E Ethe EPatro EPalre
Patro lo DNIII mentioned as the party art making
the ale It was not JOt of possible P i8lbIe for them themI tb themto IU IUto
to ask It for an Ii mJunetIon to prevent thesale the lhesale
I sale as the sate Je to the colored man had hadj ha4
j been conetHmnated nt mmattd before the people ofBloomingdale oC oCBlooralngdale otBIoondagcJaJ
Blooralngdale knew kn w anything about th thtransaction the thetransacUon thetransaction
transaction Consequently their fight 1ih 1ihIs
is to prevent JKeY Smith Smt occupying the house houseDeeds houseDefds houseDeeds
Deeds Draw Crtor Line LineIn Linela
In 1 ttte deeds to the houses in the close eiostavicinity closevicinity dosEIdltltT >
vicinity of the one bought by Smithand Smith Smithand Sn th thand
and in the original deed to that house housethere bousethere housethere
there I is a covenant J bat at t none of tha thaI th6houees Cherhouses
I houses shell be sold to colored persons personsI p61Onslh16 p8reonsThis
I This covenant V DJtt whkh is now allege allegedto allegeto allegeto
to nave have been broken is the foundation foundationfor
for one of the most remarkable suits suitsever suitsever
ever Instituted in the District of Colum Columbia Columbia Columbia ¬
bia and will b be the Uh ftnst ftr ease brought brughtbefore broughtbefore boughtltet
before ltet < < e the local courts in 11 which the cit citizenshlp cttizeftsWp citizenship
izenshlp of a whole bole community hadbanded had hadbanded ha habaaded
banded together tther to prevent a coloredperson colored coloredperson coloredpotnOll
person from occupying occupyl a a residence residenceamong resfdtncoamong ro IdEncQ IdEncQamoor
among them themThe themThe themThe
The practical unanimity of these citl citlzens cittzeDS dUzeAS +
zeDS is indicated by subscriptions ptlons to totuwl a afund > t
fund which will be used la pushing the thacase tb6eJe
case to the uttermost It is stated that thatpmetlcally tba tbaprnetle8IJy
practically every resident r lcleot in the neigh neighborbcod Belghborhciod
borbcod has subscribed to such a foodamong fund fundamong fundamong
among them being Samuel Gompers of o of1LS
2122 21 1LS First street president of the Amer American Amerlean Americon ¬
lean Federation of Labor Other sub subscribers subftrJbers ¬
scribers include people in the th various variousprofessions arlowsproreselons
professions who o are well ll known In InWashington h1Wablns1on titWashington
Washington WashingtonWill Wablns1onWlll WashingtonWill
Will Not Buy Negro Out OutThose antThoee OntThose
Those living in the neighborhood nelghbol eod say saythey sa sat
they t ey will not buy the house from the thecolored the thecolored
colored man under any circumstances circumstancesThe cJrcu cJrcuThe circumstancesThe
The fund uad to for the fight in the t e courtsand courts courtsand courtsaad
and not to get around the t le Impending Impendingtrouble Jmiendlngtrouble
trouble bypu by b purchasing rcliasiflg the propertyAs property propertyAs propertyAs
As now planned the amended Harri Harrison HarrI80ft ¬
son suit when filed will Include probably prob probably pro proably ¬
ably Cnnrtoe Cha D Harrison George Carr CarrJohn CarrJohn CarrJohn
John Inalrie Benjamin Taylor James JameaSimpson JamesSlmpElOft JamesSimpsosi
Simpson M J Whit W t and Messrs MessrsDavis Yee MeesDanis rs rsDaYts
Davis DaYts Harvey McCeldea a4cC Zaponi pons Bark Barkley BarkJey Bar Barle +
ley le and and Kelly and Del Mrs Irs Brandts andMrs and andMrs andIrs
Mrs Mrs Irs FultonSouthern Fulton FultonSouthern FultonSouthern
Southern Woman Indignant IndignantMrs IndignantMrs
Mrs M M Allbright A11br1 ht a charmingSouthern charming charmingSouthern charmingSouthern
Southern woman whose husband bus band is a atraveling a atreltng straveling
traveling man with the Southern rail railway rail71a ralIyray ¬
71a way was indignant at t the state of ofaffairs otatratrs ofaffairs
affairs when fiaeaUoned on the subject subjectShe subjectSbe subjectShe
She says that most of the residents of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the neighborhood were away awa front home homewhen homewhen homewhen
when the sale was made madeand And that tbaton tbatonJrnlng thatonlearning on onlearning
learning of it after their return to thecity the thecity thecity
city they the were very much worked up upover upover upover
over it A meeting of all those se Inter Interested interested Interested ¬
ested was held and at the suggestion suggest on of
John Imlrie it was unanimously agreed agreedContinued agreedContinued agreedContinued
Continued on Page Five FiveTHE FheTHE
Showers Show rs are probable bable tonight and Frl +
day in the northern portion port I of o the
Va Washington hington forecast district also lo locally 10caUy lodilly
dilly in the East Gulf Slates ilat > Impor Im QI QIaRt ¬
tant temperature changes are not an ¬
ticipated tI ticipatedSteamers tpted tptedSt6amern
Steamers departing d rUng today for Euro European Europeoan ¬
peon ports tOrts wlbave will have light southwesterly southwesterlywinds outhw8Sterlyowinds
winds and fair weather to the Grand
9 a m 0t
12 f 1 noon oe 75 o
Sun sots today 541 5415an
Smrrises 5an tisea tomorrow 653TIDE 55S 55STIDE 558TIDE
High water today i14pia 514 prn
L Low w water today Urgg pm m
High water tomcrrow 5 534 34 am 6M 6 pm m
Low water tomorrow tGmorrow11S 121S D pm pmHARPERS pmlARPERS m
Beth Meth th rivers muddy i

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