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NUMBER 4863 WASHINGTON W TUESDAY EVENING OCTOBER OCTOB R 8 1907 PRICE ONE CENT
OCEAN RATES RATESINVESTIGA RATESINVESTIGATION
INVESTIGA INVESTIGATION INVESTIGATIONTO 110 N NTO
TO COME NOW NOWStandard NO NOStandard
Standard Oil Hearing HearingPrompts HearingPrompts HearingPrompts
Prompts Appeal to Bueau Bu Bureau Bureau ¬
reau eau of Corporations CorporationsFavoritism CorporationsFavoritism CorporationsFavoritism
Favoritism Causes causes Wide WideComplaint WideComplaint WideComplaint
Complaint Among All AllClasses AllClasses AllClasses
Classes of Exporters ExportersNEW
NEW YORK Oct 8 BAn An Investigation InvestigationOf
Of tho relations of steamship lines with withcorporations withcorporations withcorporations
corporations engaged In heavy export exportbusiness exportbusiness exportbusiness
business by the Federal Bureau o ot Cor Corporation Corporntionp Corporationp ¬
poration Is expected to follow the evi ovldenco evidence evidence ¬
dence given by Philip Harrison tnnn manager tnnneger mnneger
eger of the New York Lubricating 011 OilCompany 011Company 011Company
Company In tho Government suit to toDissolve tot1Iasolvo todissoh
Dissolve dissoh a tho Standard Oil Company of ofNew atNew oftew
New tew Jersey Jarse Harrison charged that five flvot fivotecuer fivettocner
t totuner linos had made rato discrimina discriminations dlscrlmlnatlons discriminations ¬
tions In tho Standard 011 Companyssavor Companys Companysfavor ComIanrSfavor
favor until his firm was forced to pay paymore paymore paymore
more than twice as much as flip th trust trust10r trustfor rustfor
for the transportation of oil oilMorltz oUMorJtz oilMorltz
Morltz Rosenthal counsel for theStandard the theStandard theStandard
Standard contended today that the act actcreating netcreating actcreating
creating the Bureau of Corporations Corporationsgave Corporationsaye Corporationsgave
gave aye It no power over ocean freights freightsand freightsand freightsand
and assorted that ocean freights arc arcsimply arcImply aresimply
simply a matter of private contract contractHe contractHe contractHe
He Bald there was sus l1S no law under which whichthey whIchthey whichthey
they could be regulated regulatedI
I confidently con denlly bellevo b llevo that tho Bureau Bureauof Bureauot Bureauof
of Corporations has the power power to In Investigate InvesUgate lnvestlgate ¬
vestigate the relations of any corporations corpora corporations corporatIons ¬
tions Fran doing business In this thI country countrysaid countrysnld
said Frank Kellogg deputy attorney attorneygeneral attorneygeneral aattorneygeneral
general Oland and I believe It will vil be shown shownthat shownthat shown shownthat
that It ha has the power powerA powerA powerA
A transcript of f the testimony In re regard 18Ird re regard ¬
gard to vhe he question will bo b made and andlorwarded and10warded andforwarded
forwarded to the Bureau of f Corpora Corporations Corporotlons Corporations ¬
tions at Washington where it will bo bogiven boslven begiven
given careful areful consideration The ques question question question ¬
tion of regulating ocean freight rates ratesis ratesJs ratest
is t of great Interest to nil a branches ofexport ot otexport orcxort
export business discrimination In ocean oceantransportation OC04nt oceantaneportatlon
transportation t neporlat1on having bean the cause of ofxvlde otIhIe ofvide
vide IhIe complaints in almost all lines of ofexport atCXIQrt ofexport
export trade tradeIt tradeIt tradeIt
It was pointed out that difficulty will willbn
bn found in tho fact that us a ruleocean rule ruleocean mlolclan
ocean froightu are not carried by any anycontract anyctntract anycontract
contract that the rated are re usually usuallyquoted usuallyquot
quoted quot d to tho shipper at t the time of ofthe otthe ofthe
the shipment and that no fixed schedule scheduleis
is established Furthermore most m of ofthe ofth ofthe
the th foreign lines have no actual ual offices officeslu otIJcesin officesin
in this country but are represented by
brokers It Is believed that the Federal Federalauthorities FoderalauthorJtles Federalauthorities
authorities will have a hard Ume find finding findIng finding ¬
ing Anything > > Dothln tangible on which to work workGLOUCESTER workCArSIZE workCARSIZE
CArSIZE IN S SQUALL SQUALLDIPLOMATSARE UALL UALLDIPLOMATS
DIPLOMATS DIPLOMATSARE ARE ILL ILLGLOUCESTER
I IGLOUCESTER
GLOUCESTER Mass Oot 8 BThe BTheSiameeo 1 The TheSiamese The TheBlamoao
Siamese minister Phra Ralanacyapll Ralanacyaplland
and Mr Thunc an attache of his lega legation legation legation ¬
tion are confined to t their rooms at atthe atthe atthe
the hotel today as the result of being bolngcapsized bGlngcapsized beingcapslaed
capsized by b a squall yesterday ye terday afternoon afternoonwhile aCternoonwhUe afternoonwhile
while sailing lUng off Good Harbor beaoh beaohThe booohThe beachThe
The two Siamese managed to cling to tothe tothe tothe
the overturned boat until two men put putout Iulout putout
out front shore and rescued them In rat rovexhausted rnexhausted ratexhausted
exhausted condition conditionFALL conditionFALL conditionFALL
FALL FROM FRO 1 CAR mtr CARW1AY CARMAY
MAY tr PROVE FATAL FATALAlthough
Although bollevlng at the time that lhalher thather thather
her Injurioe inurieswere were not serious Mrs An Annie AnnJe Annie ¬
nie Miller who fell or was thrown from froma
a moving car at Pennsylvania avenue avenueand avenueand avenueand
and Ninth street Saturday afternoon is isin IsIn isin
in a dying condition at thb thti Garfield Hos Hospllal Hospital Hospital
pital pllalMrs pitalMrs pitalMrs
Mrs Miller tiller Id 1i sixtyseven slxt Men years y Ar old oldand oldnnd oldand
and resides re ldes at 22M Twelfth street northwest north northwest northwest ¬
west At the Ume of ihe he accident Mrs MrsMiller MrsMiller Mrstlller
Miller tlller was able to walk home but butwas butwas butvas
was Inter found to be seriously hurt hurtand hurtftnd hurtand
and was carried to the hospital whore wnereIt whoreit
it was found that she had sustained a afracture JJ JJfracture afracture
fracture of the skull and had broken brokenher brokenher brokenher
her arm It Is stated at the hospital hospitalthat hosplt hospltthat hospitalthat
that there Is practically no chance for forher tor11er forher
her recovery
WIDER POWERS POWERSI POMRSOF
I Of COMMISSION COMMISSIONKNAPP COMMISSIONHINTS
KNAPP HINTS HINTSCommerce HINTSWill
Commerce CommerceExercise Board Will WillExercise WillExercise
Exercise Every Right itY it itHas itHas
Has Chairman ChairmanTells
Says Y
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Tells T eIls Stateers State Commission Commissioners ¬
ers They Should Work Workfor Vlotkfor Workfor
for Harmony HarmonyInterstate HarmonyInterstato Harmonyinterstate
Interstate Commerce Commissioner CommissionerKnapp CommissionerKnopp CommissionerKnapp
Knapp today todn gave ve the members of tho thoNational thoNational theNational
National Association of Railway Com Commissioners Commissioners Commissioners ¬
missioners very vOt clearly to understandthat understand understandthat underst1Udtliat
that the interstate Commerce Commis Commission Connnlslon Commission ¬
sion lon Intends to tooxercso exorcise all its rights rightsof rIghtsot rightsof
of supervision over tHe railways railway rat1wo > ts of tho thocountry thocountry thecountryi
country and made one statement that thatwas thatWQB thatwas
was token by many to mean that the thecommission thecommission thecommission
commission will seek to secure even evenwider evanwIder evenwider
wider rights than It now enjoysHis enjoys enjoysHla onJoysHlu
His remarks were made in l a 0 spocch spocchof sI spoechof ch chot
of welcome to tho railway commissioners commissionerswho comm1sscrdSwho commisstenrrswho
who assembled at ll oclock this fore forenoon forenoon forenoon ¬
noon In the courtroom of the Interstate InterstateCommerce InterstnteCommorc InterstateCommerce
Commerce Commission His statement statementthat statementthat statementthat
that led to the Impression ha was pre predicting 1Iro 1IrodleUng prodieting ¬
dieting wider wl er powers for tho commission commissionwas cor1mlsslonas commissionwas
was as
Individuals Must Give Up UpThe Uplhe UpThe
The more complex tho life of any anycommunity anycommunity anycommunity
community becomes the more mor neceu neceueary nccElseat neceseary
eary eat It Is for every Individual to sur surrender surrender earrender ¬
render somotttlng In order to conserve conservethe consonothe conservethe
the happiness and well being of the thewhole theholo thewhole
whole holo community And this may mn apply applywith applyvtth applywith
with equal force to our national lift liftand llr llrLind lifeand
and our national affairs affairsIn affairsIn affairsIn
In welcoming the th members of tho convention con convention convention ¬
vention who represent practically every everyState everyStnte everyState
State In n the Union Mr Knapp said saidI saidZ
Z I Indorse with emphasis the sugges suggestion sUJgostiOll suggostion ¬
tion that cvorybody hare should work workfor workfor Wurkfor
for harmony and accord There must mustbo mustb musthe
bo b uniformity of rules and regulations regulationsIn
In our groat world of commerce for con conflict confilet confilet ¬
filet between them cause difficulties that thatfere thatfire thatare
fire almost unbearable The laws that thatare thatnre thatare
are best for the public are the laws that thatare thhtare thatare
are In accord I mean laws 1 ws that aro In Inaccord Inaccord inaccord
accord with wi th each other In the various variousStates vnrlouStates variousStates
States and between the States Stat s on the theone theone
one side andtho Federal Government Governmenton
Ma on Jhe fe ie olhefT olhefTShould otheo otheoShould othef othefShould
Should Work for Harmony HarmonyThis HarmonyThis HarmonyThis
This organization can render a 0 signal signali signalsOllce signalservlco
i florvlco In working for harmony and andaccord andaccord andaccord
accord It Is possible POs lbe under our our dual dualsystem dualsystom dualsystem
system of State and Federal F deral government governmentfor
for antagonism to arise and It Is that thatthat thatthat thatthat
that you can do so much to prevent preventNo prccntNo preventNo
No question approaches In magnitude magnitudedifficulty magnitudedlmculty magnitudedilficulty
difficulty or importance this question auostlonof
of tho public transportation facilities of ofthe otthe ofthe
the country I ned not assure you youthat youthat OU OUthat
that the commission does not moan to toencroach toencroach toencrohch
encroach on tho legitimate functions of oftho ottho ofthe
tho Stato authorities What we want Is launiformity Isuniformity isuniformity
uniformity of legislation leg1s1a lon and accord accordTho accordThe i iTho
Tho convention which hlch IB presided over overby overby overby
by C C McChord of Kentucky will willbe willbe willbe
be in session for two or throo days The Thesession Thelesslon Thesession
session this afternoon will be taken up upwith upIUl upwith
with IUl the discussion of reports of committees com committees commltto8 ¬
mittees The forenoon session was wasgiven wasgiven wasgiven
given over to Mr Knapps address and andpreliminary andpreliminary andpreliminary
preliminary matters matters8TAMBOUL mattersPRESIDENT mattersPRESIDENT
PRESIDENT FAILS FAILSTO FAILSTO
TO BAG HIS BEARSTAMBOUL BEAR BEAR8TAMBOUL
8TAMBOUL La Oct 8 BFrom From what whatlittle whatl1ttlo whatlittle
little news has come out from the cano canebrakes < ano anobrakos 1
Drakes President Roosevelt did not land landa
a bear yesterday tho first days hunt huntIt buntIt huntIt
It was after dark when ho returned to tocamp tocamp tocamp
camp Secretary Latta with a bundle bundleof bundleot bundleof
of mail was awaiting him having come comeout comeout comeout
out to camp In the afternoon afternoonThe ottornoonThe afternoonThe
The hunting program will continue continueuntil continueuntil continueuntil
until some some bears are ar killed after which whichtho whichtho whichthe
tho President will probably devote him himself hlmsell himsolf ¬
self to deer hunting
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Fire Fb e Chiefs in Parade Down the Avenue AvenueI AvenuetLedby Avenueed
Led Ledby I ed J by 1 Chief 1 Belt Bellt 3D IJL Present O Jf Gala jala 1 oightConvention SigntConvention O Sight SightConvention 1j
Convention Opens in Odd Fellows F lovst HallSIDE HalfSIDELINE
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300 300DELEGATES 300DELEGATESF1 DELEGATES DELEGATESFlame
Flame FJam F1 amt Fighters Fi hters jATet r e at atConvention atJonvemti0BStiilding atyGonvention
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Will Do Tomorrow TomorrowExhibition TomorrowExhibition TomorrowExhibition
Exhibition day d y under the su supervision supervision aupervision ¬
pervision of a committee to be beappointed beappointed beappointed
appointed by the association
9 a m mPrnctical Practical demonstra demonstration demonstration demonstration ¬
tion at Seventh street and Penn Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania ¬
sylvania avenue northwest t by tho thoDistrict thoDistrict theDistrict
District of Columbia Fire Departmcnt Depart Department Departmcnt ¬
mcnt under the command of ofChief otChiof ofChief
Chief Engineer William T Belt
730 7 SO p m mBusiness Business session sessionHeaded sessionHeaded sessionHeaded
Headed by b Chief Belt of theWashington the theWashington theWashington
Washington Fire Department and anda anda
a detail of firemen and apparatus to together together together ¬
gether with the Thirteenth 1hirte nth Cavalry Cavalryand Cavalryand Cavalryand
and the Engineer Corps Bands 300 300visiting 300visiting 300visiting
visiting fire chiefs gathered from all allsections aUsections allsections
sections of America marched down downPennsylvania downPennsylvania downPennsylvania
Pennsylvania avenue this morning morningto
to Odd Fellows Hall on Seventh Seventhstreet Seventhstreet Seventhstreet
street and formally opened the thethirtyfifth thethirtyfifth thethirtyfifth
thirtyfifth annual convention of the theNational theNational theNational
National Association of Fire Chiefs Chiefsof Chiefsof Chiefsof
of America AmericaGreeted AmericaGreeted AmericaGreeted
Greeted by Macfarland MacfarlandWhen Macfarlandhen MacfarlandTen
When hen the imposing array of the thenations thenations thenations
nations foremost firemen reached reachedho reaeliediie reachede
iie ho e hall they Vera met at the doors doorsby doorsby doorsby
by the members members of their respective respectivefamilies respectivefamilies respectivefamilies
families and the entire assemblage assemblagefiled asscmblagefiled assemblagefiled
filed into the hall where Commis Commissioner Commissioner Commissioner ¬
sioner Macfarland on behalf of the theDistrict theDistrict i iDistrict
District of Columbia was awaiting awaitingthem awaitingthero awaitingtheta
them with a a welcome welcomeTho welcomeThe welcomeThe
The parade pa de formed at the Ebbitt EbbittHouse EbbittHOuse EbbittHawse
House ana antt an moved down Fourteenth Fourteenthstreet Fourteenthstreet Fourteenthstreet
street to Pennsylvania Penns lvanla avenue avenuethence avenuethence avenuethence
thence to Seventh and up Seventh Seventhto Seventhto Seventhto
to the hall A detail d tail of mounted mountedpolicemen mountedpolicemen
policemen kept back the vast vastcrowds Ttlstcrowds vastcrowds
crowds which hleh lined the Avenue on onvboth onboth onboth
vboth both sides as the novel parade of offirefighters offirefighters offirefighters
firefighters passed passedImmediately passedImmediately passedImmediately
Immediately behind Chief Beltwho Belt Beltwho Beltwho
who was seated in the departmentsbig departments departmentsbig
big big ured red devil auto outol came trucks trucksNos trucksNos trucksNos
Nos 7 and 0 engines 11 and 21 and anda nndn
a combination chemical engine all allbeing allbeing allbeing
being recent recent acquisitions of the Dis Dlsrtrjct District Disttjct
rtrjct of Columbia department Two Twohose Twohose Twohose
hose wagons brought up the rear rearConvention rearConvention rearConvention
Convention Called to Order OrderThe OrderTho OrderThe
The convention C > nventlon was called to order by byWilliam byW1l11am byWilliam
William T Galllher chairman of the theentertainment theentertnJnmcnt theentertainment
entertainment committee committee the fall of the thogavel thesavel thegavel
gavel being followed by tho rising of the thedelegates Uledole thedelegates
delegates dole rutes us the Rev Re Robert M Moore Moorepastor MJorepwtor Moorepastor
pastor pastor of tho Foundry Fa un 1 JkL M S Churchoffered Church Churchoffered Churchotrored
offered a prayer At the conclusion of ofthis otthl ofthis
this thl prayer Mr Galllher Introduced the thespeaker thepcakcr thespeaker
speaker o of the day daYh Commissioner H B Bdress BF BF
F lacCarland W who 0 delivered an ad address address
dress of welcome on behalf bctrltot of tha Dis District DIstrict District ¬
trict government governmentMr governmentMr
Mr Ir Macfarland paid a glowing tribute tributeContinued tributeContinued
Continued on Second Page
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1C W C Tl 1 UlEADER UlEADERI LEADER LEADERConvention
I SCORES lAWS DN DNlIijUOR ONLIQUOR
LIQUOR TRAFFIC TRAFFICConvention TRAFFICConvention
Convention Hears A Adress Ad Address Address ¬
dress From President Presidenton
on qn States Rights RightsTho
Tho conflict between State and Na National NoUonal National ¬
tional authority trait the th subject of ofsome otsme ofsome
some pointed remarks tn the t1 e annual annualaddress annualaddress annualaddress
address of Mrs Clinton Smith presi president pr president sl slCent ¬
dent of the W C T U TL at the opening openlnpsession openlnr6easlon openingsession
session of the thirtythird annual con conventlon conntJon cone conevention
ventlon ntJon at tho Congregational Church Churchtoday Churchtoday Churchtoday
today todayWhile
While the Chief Chic Executive la demand demanding demandIng demandlag ¬
ing that men at the head of powerful powerfulcorporations powerfulcorporatJons powerfulcorporations
corporations respect Federal puthorlty puthorltysaid puthorltysaid authoritysaid
said she the Federal Government Is Isstimulating lastimulating isst
stimulating st + mulating lawlessness on the part p Ut of ofthe otthe ofthe
the liquor dealers against State author authority authorIt authority ¬
ity It We deplore the attitude attltud of theGovernment the IheGovernment
I Government in annulling local loe decisions decisionsWhen decisionsben decisionsWhen
When ben tho States try to make the will willof willof
of the people effective etIe t1v as Kentucky 1 tried triedto triadto triedto
to do by making C O D shipments shlpmontsillegal shipmentsillegal hlpmantsmegal
illegal the Supreme Court decides that lhatihe thatthe thatthe
the States have no power to adjudicate adjudicatethe Qdjudcattbo adjudicatethe
the matter matterInterstate matterInterstate matterInterstate
Interstate Commission Scored ScoredThe ScoredThe ScoredThe
The Interstate commerce law that per perroils permits permits
mits liquor dealers to get around Sato Statoprohibition SatoprohlbltJon Stateprohibition
prohibition laws by shipping liquor into intoIhe 11tothe ittothe
the Stato C O D was roundly scored scoredThe scoredThe scoredThe
The president emphasized the need ne d of ofeffective ciettectho ofeffective
effective enforcement of antiliquor lawsas laws lawsas Jaw Jawas
as of the greatest Importance and cited citedthe citedthe citedthe
the opinion of Commissioner Macfarlandwith Macfarland Macfariandwith Macfarlandwith
with reference rH renco to tune Webber bill that lhatWe ll1ntVe thatWe
We Ve bellcvi It is jl I Impracticable to en enforce enforce enforce ¬
force such a 0 law lawThe laWThe lawThe
The convention oon entlon was called Called to order orderat ordlrnt orderat
at 1030 lOf 10 a by Mrs Smith After prayer by b bMrs
Mrs C F I WInbisler Wlnbl ler and roll call Mrs MrsEmma MrsEnma MrsEmma
Emma S Shelton recording c < ording secretary secretnr secretnrread secretaryread
read the report of the last quarterly quarterlyconvenllon quarlerlyconvention quarterlyconvention
convention The reports of Mrs W E
DeRIemer corresponding corresp ndJng secretary Mrs MrsCharles MrsCharles MrsCharles
Charles P if t GrandJleld Grnn J1eld treasurer and
Mrs Charles H Hall auditor were ere also alsoread al alsoread o oread
read The Rev S H Wood WJodro row pastor pastoror I83toror pastorof
or tho Congregational Church made nmdcIhe madethe madethe
the address of welcome to the delegates dolesaleswhich dele delegateswhich < < ales aleswhich
which was responded to by Mrs Annie unle
E Grlgsby GrlgsbySuperintendents GrJgsbySuperintendents GrigabySuperintendents
Superintendents Report ReportAfler ReportAfter ReportAfter
After the th presidents address Mrs M ME n nE DLE
E Catlin Mrs J C Fernald and Mrs MrsT MrsT MS MST
T A Williams read reports as super superintendents superIntendenls superfntendonts ¬
intendents At noon Mrs C W Gal Gallagher Oailagher OtiIngher
lagher conducted a n Bible reading and andprayer andpraer andprayer
prayer and a solo w was as rendered ndered by MrsB Mrs MrsB
i B H SmartLuncheon Smart SmartLunchopn
Luncheon was served by the Ladles LadlesAid LadicaAid
Aid Society of the church churchThe churchThe churchThe
The program progT m will be continued thla thlaafternoon th1latternoon thbafternoon
afternoon and tomorrow tomorrowTHE tomorrowTHE tomorrowTHE
THE WEATHER REPORT REPORTclearing REPORTSteamers REPORTSteamers
Steamers departing today for Euro European European
pean ports its wm have brisk southwester eouthwastersh
ly sh shlCting fting to to northwesterly winds with withclearIng withclearing
clearing weather to the Grand Banks BanksSUN BanksSUN BanksSUN
SUN TABLE TABtiBSun TABLESun
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Low water today 265 6 pm
High water tomorrow 910 am 929 pm
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FIGHT OVER CASE CASELeo CASEL
Leo L ea Simmons Sal Said to toHave toHave toHave
Have Passed Lie and andL andL andLJMather
L LJMather J Mather to toHave toHave toHave
Have HitThe Hit HitThe Hitrho
The corridor just outside of Judge JudgeGoulds Ju JudgeOoulds ga gaGoulds
Goulds courtroom in the District Dlstrl t Court Courthouse Courthouse Courthouse
house was the scone of an exciting excitinghandtohand excitinghandtohand excitinghandtohand
handtohand sotto this morning be between betwe between ¬
tween twe n Leonard onnrd J 1 Malhor a lawyer lawyerwith lawyorwilli lawyerwith
with offices in the Fendall Fendall building and andLeo and1A0 andLeo
Leo Simmons an attorney whp Is wellknown well wellknown wellknown
known in local Republican circles circlesThe circlesThe circlesThe
The men were ere representing opposite oppositesides oppositesides oppositesides
sides In a case which Mr Simmons said saidhad saJdhad saidhad
had been put o the calendar for tho thoOciober thoOctober theOctober
October term ot f > court C urt When court courtopened courtopened courtopened
opened this momir 0 with Justice Gould Gouldon Gouldon Gouldon
on the bench Mr r Simmons arose and andasked andns1ced andasked
asked that the final hearing of tho case caseIn cas casIn casein
In question be called Mr r Mather 1m Immudlately 1mrnodlately
I mudlately arose and replied that as the thecose th thcaso thecase
case was not yet y t at an issue It shouldbe BboU should shouldbe d dbe
be stricken yfrom from the calender which whichwas whichwas whichwas
was done doneIt doneH doneIt
It Is said that Mr Mather openly openlyaccused openlynccu openlyaccused
accused nccu ed Mr Simmons Simmonvof of sharp prac practice prncUte ¬
tice Ute In asking that the th caso be called calledat canedat calledat
at this time basing his charge on court courtrule courtrole courtrule
rule 64 which says that no case in inwhich inwhich inwhich
which the Issue has not been joined and andwhich andwhich
which hJch has not been properly properl properlynnt rut Ut ou the ihocalendar thecalendar
calendar shall be brought before the thecourt Ihecourt he
court courtUpon courtUpon courtUpon
Upon coming oil fut of 1ho door Mr
Simmons walked to where W Ms h Malher Malherwas father fatherwas
was standing and told tsar UI latter that
he b had previously nojtUd nQt15 d rim In that lie
Mr Simmons had put tae cue sae on the thecalendar the thenled thecalendar
calendar Mr tr Mather emphatically der derbled de
bled nled that sucn such action had been taker takti
by Mr Simmons and It Is said that too t
lie Ii was passed b by the latter latterMr lattfrMr latterMr
Mr Mather flushed flushed deeply and struck struckat strucknt struck struckat
at his opponent with his Is right rl ht hand
Whether the blow landed and and caused cause d d1r
Mr 1r Simmons t inimons glasses to fall to the theOClr
floor OClr and break is not known but Mr
Simmons defended himself The men menwere menwere mcnwere
were separated only after a hard strug struggle Itruetgl struggle ¬
gle gleMr gl
Mr r Mather who It Is said came cam out outslightly outslightly outslightly
slightly ahead m in the altercation was wasevidently eras erasevidently as aseVidently
evidently noi no much the worse ome for his hispugilistic hispuglUstic haspugilistic
pugilistic boat as one of the th clerks in inhis InhIs inhis
his offlco stated that he had laughingly lau hl118ly
told of the affair on his return r turn to his hisoffice hisomce hisoffice
office and had gone to Congress Heights Heightsto
to visit Islt a L client clientNo clientNo clientNo
No one could tuld be found at the court
building who would say whether or nat notthe natthe 11Jtthe
the two men can be held helifor hel for contempt contemptof
of court it being thought that as tho thoaffray thoafrray theaffray
affray happened outside of Justice JusticeGoulds JusticeGouldR JusticeG
G Goulds uuldx court co urt room ro om tha tho court coo rt has no nojurisdiction nojurJ8dlction nojurisdiction
jurisdiction jurisdictionBATTLESHIP jurJ8dlctionBATTLESHIP jurisdictionBATftESHIP
BATTLESHIP GROUNDS GROUNDSON GROUNDSON OllOND8o11
ON SOFT oIiI MUD BANK BANKNORFOLK BANKNORFOLK BANKNORFOLK
NORFOLK Va Oct 8WhlIe going goingat goingat goingat
at a moderate speed the battleship Ken Kentucky K Kentuckyran n ntuekyron ¬
tucky tuekyron ran had and fast on a mud bank bnnknear banknear banknear
near Lamberts Point at 935 today Tisbig Tta Ttabis Tlobig
big ship la resting easily In the soft softmud softmud softmud
mud mudTugs mudTugs mudTugs
Tugs were quickly dispatched from fromthis fromthis fromthis
this place but so far have been unable unableto unabloto unableto
to move the Kentucky It Ispot thought thoughtthat thoughtthat thoughtthat
that she is s seriously lIerlo ly damaged
fALL WINDS RAGE RAGEI RAGETHROUGHOUT
I THROUGHOUTGITY THROUGHOUTGITYDAMAGE THROUGHOUT CITY CITYDAMABE
DAMAGE IS HEAVY HEAVYR
Roof R of f Taken Away A ay and andMany andlYlany d dMany
Many Trees Tie i Are AreUprooted AreU AreUprooted
Uprooted UprootedWhile U prootedW1111c
While every baseball fan in the coun tiouatry un untry
try wGs was crawling out at be bed < i at dawn dawntCk1a dawntoday
today tCk1a to get a line lln on the weather for fortho lertho ferthe
tho unit t game of the worlds champion championship champtonshp championship ¬
ship series this afternoon tttrnO n old d Jupiter JiptterPluvtus JupiterPluvius 1tpiterPluvlWf
Pluvius was having an Inning in Wash WABhlugton Washington Washington ¬
ington that brought tears to the eyes eyesof eyesor eyesof
of tho thousands of fans In this city cityTho cityTile cityTune
Tile storm which was at its height heightbetween heightbetween heightbetween
between 7 1 and 8 oclock this morningwas morningwas morning morningwas
was the th heaviest so far this season seasonand S soasonand aSOU aSOUau
and au according to th the official tabulators tabulatorsat
at Uncle Sams headquarters h it marked markedihe markedthe ked kedthe
the first nr t of the usual series of otautunln otautunlnstorms autumn autumni autumnstorms
i storms The wind ruined a velocity V lodty of ofbetween ofbetween ofbetween
between thirty and forty miles an hour hournnd hourB1d hourand
and the rainfall was unusually heavyWind heavy heavyWind h vy vyWind
Wind Caused Damage DamageThroughout Damagejnroughout Damageahroughout
Throughout the city the storm etonawrought 6t0r1w1Jught stormwtought
wrought havoc and considerable dam damego damago damago
ago was dono by the t c windWinding wind windWinding windWInding
Winding Its way down A street south southeast tIOathMUt southeast ¬
east a small whirlwind kept increasing increasingIn
In size until It became transformed Into Intooomcthlng Intooomethln intosomething
something oomethln resembling a Kansas cyclone cyctoneWhen cycene cyceneVhen cyclonewhen
When In front of the residence ut H33 2438A H33A 1438A
A street the whirlwind h1rw1nd changed Its Itscourse Itscourse itscourse
course and the n next xt Instant the house housfcwas hous housas housewas
was as minus a roof Nearly every win window window In Indow ¬
dow In tho front of the residence was wasbroken wasbroken
broken A number > r of other houses In Inlhat Inthat Inthat
I that part of f th the city were wer damaged damLg d in ina ina
a 0 like manner mannerTin raannarTin mannerTin
Tin roofs on houses and sheds In all allsections aU5ectlons ansections
sections of the District were we blown off offand artmd oily oilyand
and every street In the city was cov covered covered ccvered ¬
ered with witl branches and limbs limbsFor 11mb 11mbFor limbsFor
For several hours this morning the thestreet thostred thestreet
street cleaning department waa l lr trey treyclearing ry ryclearing Jy Jyeleanng
clearing the pavements pavementsA
A large tree at Fourt and a ati ts tsnorthwest 13northwest isnorthwest
northwest was blown blownf down falling fallingacross tailingI1cross fallingacross
across the pavement and blocking trailc i
I for a short sl rt lime timeOn
I On Indiana In lann avenue near Third litre street streetnorthwest et etnorthwest
I northwest n rthwe t the limb of a large tree treestruck treestruck
Iltmck struck the back of a delivery wagon wagonchanging wagonI wagonchanging
I klndlfa changing the top uP of the wagou into intoTwo IntoI
ktndlIlln S wood woodTwo
I Two electric light wires were ton tondown tondown tortdown
down on Second street northwest and andcreated andcreatcd andcreated
created considerable excitement in the theneighborhood lhdnellhhcrhood theneighborhood
neighborhood Dangling on the wet wetpavement wetpavtrnent wetpavement
pavement the live wires 1res gave vent ent to loa toa toa
a series of sparks f > and flashes that re resembled resembled resembled ¬
sembled a n small electric storm slormThai stormThat stormThat
That no one was shocked or seriously
Injured by the wires was due to their theirdiscovery the1rdiscoycry theirdiscovery
discovery by J B Caphert a special spooialwatchman apoolalwatchtnrD specialwatchman
watchman who stood guard over them themunlll themuntil themuntil
until the arrival of repairmen from the theelectric theelectrlc theelectric
electric light company companyIn compLinyIn companyIn
In many of the public parks small smalltrees smalltrees smalltrees
trees were literally tom up by the roots rootswhile 1Qotswhile rootswhite
while the grass 1 8lS was covered with limbsand limbs limbsand 11mb3and
and branches branc 1es Shrubbery and plants plantsalso Ilnntsalso plantsalso
also sufferr sutterrd d from the wind windTho wJndTho windThe
Tho stona originated In the Great GreatLake GreatLake GreatLake
Lake region and was fully expected by bythe bythe bythe
the Weather Bureau Although at a aconsiderable aconsiderable aconsiderable
considerable less velocity the heavy heavywind heavywind heavywind
wind continued throughout the morning morningand mornJngand morningand
and by b sunset there will be a noticeable noticeablocop noticeableafro
afro Iron cop of the mercury li Is sold soldThe snldTho saidToe
Toe The wind played havoc In the south southeastern southeastern southeastern ¬
eastern section of the city and many
houses were ero damaged either by having
theirroofs Ihelr roofs blown off or window blinds blindsblowing bUndsblowing blindsblowing
blowing to and smashing the windows windowsWoman windowsWoman windowsWoman
Woman Injured InjuredTho InjuredThe InjuredThe
The roofs of 220 and 222 Seventh street streetsoutheast streeteoutheast streetsoutheast
southeast were blown off oil this morning morningJennie morningTennle morningTennie
Jennie Wood who occupies the former formerhouse former11use formerhouse
house was slightly Injured by flying flyingUmbers fryingtim flyingtim
Umbers tim > ers The damage to tho two houses housesamounted housesamounted housesamounted
amounted to about 50 The roofs of
1531 B street s rect southeast and of 1340 A Aaireet Astreet Astreet
street southeast were also blown off and anda
a shed shedat at t Seventeenth Sevon eenth and B streets streetssoutheast streetssoutheast streetssoutheaat
southeast was also considerably dam damaged damaged damaged ¬
aged agedWhile
While tho damage was not so great
in other sections of the city the wind windwas wJndwas windwas
was sufficiently sumc nt17 strong to blown down a
telegraph pole on Ohio avenue botween
Twelfth and Thirteenth streets nartn n5rtxnwest nartnwest nJrtawest
west i
CUPID CUPIDBESTS ctJPID1 ctJPID1FATHER A
BESTS BESTSFATHER BESTSFATHER
FATHER FATHERGeorgetown FATHERGeorgetown FATHERA
Georgetown Georgetown Girl GirlBESTS 0 0Elopes of 16 16Elopes 16Elopes
Elopes With Boy Boyof Boyof 0 0o
of o 210 210Uncle 21 21Uncle
rr rrUncle
Uncle Appeals ea s to to o Po Police Police Palice ¬
lice to o Protect Prote t Young YoungHusband YoungHusband YoungHusband
Husband HusbandPair HusbandPair HusbandPair
Pair Fled to 0 Rockville RockvilleWhere RockviIleWhere RockvileWhere
Where They Were WereMarried WereMarried WereMarried
Married MarriedFearing MarriedFearing MarriedFearing
Fearing that Charles Devine Devinewould Demewould Devinewould
would do bodily harm to the man manwho manWho manwho
who had just eloped el ped with his six sixteenyearold sixteenyearold sixteenyearold ¬
teenyearold daughter B P Gin Dingell Gingell Gingell
gell the brides uncle last night nightrequested nightrequested nightrequested
requested that the police of the thoSeventh theSeventh theSeventh
Seventh precinct keep watch over overthe oerthe overthe
the home of Wilfred Heffner 2404 2404P 2404P 2404P
P street northwest following the theelopement theelopemeut theelopement
elopement of Heffner and Miss MissMary MicaMary Mi MiMary
Mary Dovine yesterday afternoon afternoonThe afternoonThe afternoonThe
The expected trouble did not ma materialize materialize materialize ¬
terialize however and although althoughDevine althoughDevine althoughDevine
Devine is said to havebeen have een enraged enragedat
at the elopement of his daughter daughterthe daughterthe daughterthe
the young couple are today expecting expect expecting expecting ¬
ing the usual us al parental blessing blessingWed blessingWel blessingWed
Wed at Rockville RockvilleWashingtons RockvilleWnsblngtofts RockvilleWashingtons
Washingtons Gretn Gretna Green Rock RockvlHe RockviHe Rockville
vlHe was the scene or of the romantic romanticwadding romantice romanticwedding
wadding e d1ng Mtes 1 e Devine who is only six sixteen sixteen sixteen ¬
teen lias l as 8 been receiving reeehi g the attentions attentionsof atte tlons tlonsot
of Heffae aged tw h4mtyone ntyon for some sometime sometime sometime
time feat t the e parents lU nts oC c the t young youngpeople youngJKople youngpeople
people on account of their ages thought thoughtthat thoughtthat thoughtthat
that a wedding should not take place placeat placeat placeat
at this thl time However the young y owns peepla peo peoplo peoplo
plo listened to the pleadings of Cupid Cupidrather Cupidrather Cupidrather
rather than the wisn of stern parent parentand parenbJa1d parentsand
and were wer htAd6 mad nun and wife wifeMies YolieMJes wifeMies
Mies Devine according to a memberof member memberof memb < > r ro
of o her uncles family Informed her herparents herparents herparents
parents yesterday esterda that she would spend spendthe spendthe spendthe
the afternoon with her uncle R It P Gir GirgeH Girgell Girgel
gel of 13B 1 Fifteenth street northeast nortbealtIntltead northeastinstead
instead she was met by Heflfwx and andthe andthe andthe
the two sped 8 At once to Recktilllewhere Hockvllle Hockvlllewhere Rock1Uewhere
where they secured the service of a atrailing aoa1Ung arafting
trailing minister They returned to toWashington toYashlngt toWashington
Washington Yashlngt t late in the afternoon going goingat goingat oIng oIngat
at once to the home of the groom 2104 2104F 2404P iVt iVtP
P street Both Bothbrlde bride and bridgroom reside re reaide resld6
aide in Georgetown GeorgetownFather QtKrgetownFather GeorgetownFather
Father Begins Search SearchBecoming SearchBecoming SearchBecoming
Becoming alarmed at his gughters gughtersabsence ughters ughtersabS uhtersabsence
absence abS noo Charles Devine about midnight midnighttest midnight1st midnightt
test t night began a search se rch for or her going goingfirst golni goingfirst
i first first to tho home of her uncle where he hewas hei hewas
i was informed that the girl had not been beenBeen beenBetn beenseen
Been He theta went lo the Heffner resi residence restdenee residence ¬
dence havtr h become suspicious it Is Isunderstood Isunderstood isunderstood
understood t Uat lt there was no objection objectionto
to the match mate 11 clher t ther than the youth of the theuride theurJde thetide
uride uriden urJdeELOPERS tide
n tLUr ELOPERS ELOP nBf Li LiFormer ERS HIDING HIDINGPARENTS
ELOPPARENTSRATHY
PARENTS PARENTSRATHY PARENTSRATHYFormer WRATHY WRATHYFormer
Former Miss Coblei Cobleigh ht Now NowMrs Nowirs NowMrs
Mrs OBoyle May Be BeDisinherited BeDisinherited BeDisinherited
Disinherited DisinheritedMr
Mr and Mrs Charles OBoyle whose whosesensational whosesensational
sensational 8 elopement yesterday cur curprised aU aUprlsed surprised
prised their friends ore still among themissing the themissing themts
missing mts lng Only a few of their most SnUmate Intl Intlmato InUmate
mate friends friends know where the young youngcouple youngcouple youngcouple
couple went after leaving Washington Washingtonnand Wa Washingtonand hlngton hlngtonand
and they steadfastly refuse etus to tan tanMrs tenMrs telL telLMrs
Mrs Benjamin J 1 Cobleigh mother of ofMrs otMrs ofMrs
Mrs OBoyle did not come to Washington Washington Washing Washington ¬
ton but communicated with tho school schoolauthorities schoolathorltles schoolauthorities
authorities by telephone last night The Theyoung Theyoung Theyoung
young womans trunks arc still at tho thoschool thoschool theschool
school and are awaiting instructions instructionsfrom instructIonsfrom instructionsfrom
from Mrs Coblolgh SJ to their th Ir disposi disposition dispoeltion disposttlon ¬
tion It Is sato 8kl that Mr and Mrs Coblelgh Cob Cobleigh Cobleigh ¬
leigh who are wealthy have threatened threatenedto
to disinherit their daughter They are arenow arenoW arenow
now at the Waldorf Astoria uto New York TorkShe YorkI Yorke
I 1 1J
J She e Found It ItA t tA 1 1A
A little girl with tearstained tearstainedface tearstainedtrice tearstainedface
face went into fcanfords s Phar Pharmacy Pharmacy ar armae ¬
macy mae New Yorlc York avenue avenue andNorth and andNorth andI
I North Capitol street not long longago longago longago
ago and ane said saidIve saidIve
Ive 1 lost ost my little dog og and andIvo ant antrvo andIve
Ivo hunted everywhere e erywher > but I Icant Icant Icant
cant find him Have you seen a alittle alittle alittle
little white dog round here hereNo hereINc hereNo
No but well try to find him1 him1said him himsaid himsaid
said the clerk Just put a aTimes aTimes aTimes
Times lost ad In at our branch branchhere7 branchhere branchhere
hereAB here7 here7An here hereAnJ
An AnJ 1 i saost most ost any afternoon atiernoon now nowif nowif nowif
if you pass SS a certain house in inthat inthat inthat
that neighborhood youll yo 11 find a asmiling asmHlng asmiling
smiling little girl and a little littlewhite llttlewhite littlewhite
white dog sitting on the steps stepst
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