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f THE T1I1 WASHINGTON W sHIN GTON TIMES WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 9 1907
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tntton and ILn District ot Columbia by newsboyi newsboyiwho nwlboyho
who ii ho deliver and collect for or the paper on ontheir ontheir o otheir
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the Sunday edition edlUonEnttred edtUonEnterei
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WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 9 107 19fTComingBu
Coming ComingBu But by What Route RouteSecretary RouteSecretary
Secretary Wakeman akoman of o the Amer Am r ri
Inn i 1n Protective Tariff Loaguc is isrmoted isCuot iscuoted
rmoted Cuot d as saying sayingI ying yingI
I was gretlyjs grUy surpt1Md rprlged during a trip
which hlch I h have just made through the theMlddle
Middle West at tho extent of o the sent Mntlment MnUment sentinent
ment for tariff revision I believe bell e In Intelling Intelling
telling the truth and so I do not hesi hesitate heltltate ¬
tate to say that this Is a fact While in InChIcago InChicago
Chicago St Louie Cleveland CleveJ nd and Pltta Pittanent Plttaburg Plttaburg
burg 1 talked with forty or fiit Afty romi rominent romlnent
nent business men and found them fa favorable faorabltt LaorabIe ¬
vorable orabltt to revision 1 must admit too toothat toothat toothat
that reports received by our organisa organisation or organisation Isa IsaUon ¬
tion indicate that the sentiment Is l is gen general general genoral ¬
eral throughout the country I confess confessthat coness conessthat
that these reports and ray Interviews Interviewssurprised Intrv1ewssUI
surprised sUI surrised > Hd me meNot meNot
Not only surprisod but disturbed disturbedive disturbedwe disturbedwarrant
ive warrant tariff Farii ariff revision is on i
the way The question is whether whetherthe whetherthe
the Republican Republ1cnnlcnders leaders will ill permit permitit
it to travel on its tracks or take the thoDemocratic
Democratic accommodation accommodationAguinaldo accommodatinAguinaldo accommodatkitAguinaldo
Aguinaldo Misses Fire FireTudge FireJudge
Judge Taft soon to be on tho spot spotand spotand
and master mind min on the welfare of ofthe ofthe
the Philippines may be expected to tomake tomake
make final answer to the proposi proposition proposition ¬
tion of Aguinaldo that that the United UnitedStates UnitedStates
States sell the islands to tothe the Fili Filipinos Filipinos ¬
pinos Manifestly the idea is now nowabsurd nowabsurd novcabsurd
absurd For the natives have shown shownso shownso
so far only a beginning of progress progresstoward progrosstoward
toward ability to govern themselves themselvesonly themselvesonly themselvesonly
only a beginning of a disposition to todevelop todevelop todevelop
develop thf th land landonly only a beginning beginningof
of a capability to absorb and use useeducation useeducation
education If I they were unfitted unfittedfor untittodfor unfittedfor I
for selfgovernment in 1900 they are arefor arefor
for all practical intents and pur purposes purposes parposes ¬
poses as fully unfitted in 1907 1907Ultimate 1107Ultimate 1907Ultimate
Ultimate independence must psa pfcscto psato psato
to the Filipinos a as an earning e rning It Itcan Itcan Ii
can never go to them because the theUnited theUnited th thUnited I
United States has found holding the theislands theislands th I Iislands
islands unpleasant unprofitable or ordifficult ordlfficu1 or ordifficult
difficult t
Good for G WU WUGeorge WUGeorge W U
George Washington Univ6rsity Univ6rsitywould Univ rsity rsitywould rsit rsitwould r
would have done itself great injury injuryto injuryto injur r rto
to allow its athletic endeavors to tocease tocease tc tccease
cease Though its football squad squadwere squadwere squadwere
were over HO 10 small the institution institutionmust institutIonmust Institutionmust
I
must either have infused new life lifeinto lifointo lilaInto
into it or abandoned practically all allforms allforms nflfornis
forms of organized exercise for its itsstudents itsstudents itsstudents
students and the latter alternative alternativewould altornatiyewould alternativewould
would have been costly in the ex extreme extreme cxtreme ¬
treme tremeThis tremeThis tremeThis
This is the view which the univer universitys unhcrsitys universitys ¬
sitys athletic council has put into intopractice intopractice intopractice
practice Instead of disbanding its itsfootball itsfootball itsfootball
football squad it has called ou the thestudents th thstudents thcstudents
students to give it better support supportThe supportThe supportThe
The result is new and promising promisingmaterial J > romisingmaterial rom1singmaterial
material fresh enthusiasm an anabundance anabundance anabundance
abundance of the right kind of ofspirit ofspirit ofspirit
spirit Every lover of sport in the theDistrict theDistrict theDistrict
District will hope for or the squad squadsteady squadsteady squadsteady
steady progress and abundant sup support support support ¬
port portThe portThe portThe
The need of colleges generally for foran foran foran
an athletic dragnet which shall shallreach shallreach shallreach
reach the whole wIol tol studnt stud nt body is isspecially isspeclally isspecially
specially great at George Washing Washington Washington ashIng ashIngton ¬
ton Its rolls reveal the attendance attendanceof
of 1473 young men Most Iost of them themaro themaro themare
aro at work during the day All of ofthem ofthem oftheta
them are carrying their study stud into intothe intothe intothe
the night Every Ever spare moment of oflight oflight oflight
light ought to be spent there thereto thereat
e at lung expanding muscle musclestretching musclelit musclestretching
stretching lit play For this they may maybe maye maybe
be e expected to turn to their alma almamater almamater almamater
mater more readily than anywhere anywhereelse tnywhereelse n where whereelsc
else Supplying it is now extra dif difficult d dllcult di dificult ¬
ficult because of the universitys universityslack universitsJack universityslack
lack of an athletic field gymnasium gymnasiumand gIl1naaiumnd gymnasiumand
and nd dormitories But what can be bedone bedone bedone
done notwithstanding this short shortcoming sh6rtceming shOrtccmlng ¬
coming must be done Football and andbaseball andbaseball andbaseball
baseball teams are the beginning of ofit ofitan ofItan
it itan an indispensable beginning But Butthey Butey Buttcy
they ey are only that
A A Pause for Breath BreathThe BreathT11 BreathThe
The T11 Big Stick is hung up P anfl anflthe nnnth andthe
the th shotgun taken down dow With Vith char characteristic characteristic characteristic ¬
acteristic agility 8 ility and delight the thePresident thePresident hc hcPresident
President has turned from work tu tuplay tvploy toplayfrom
play playfrom from rom the impressive impres tve task t Ulik of ofinstructing ofinstructing ofInstructing
instructing the nation how to deal dealwith dealith dealwith
with ith waterways and corporations to tothe tothe tothe
the unimpressive unimpro c though equally equallytaxing oquallytaxing equallytaxing
taxing pastime of boar hunting huntingSolon huntingSolon huntingSolon
Solon is now 2fiin NimrDd NimrDdhen imr9dWhen > d dWhen
When hen Mr Roosevelt tobk the thePresidential thePrcsidential thePresidential
Presidential chair chnir the general im impression impression impression ¬
pression was vas that tho tremendous tremendousresponsibilities tromendousrcspon tremendousresponsibilities
responsibilities rcspon ibilitIes would wO1ld quiet him himBut himBut himBut
But the people didnt know the theman tlie tlieman theman
man In fact he has led them such sucha s ch cha eha
a breathless race that they hardly hardlyknow hardly1m hardlyknow
know 1m ow him today tOda They The question questionhis questionhis questionhis
his wisdom isdom and yet et they admire admirehim admirehim admirehim
him they thQ say 5 he is arbitrary arbitral and andyet andet andyet
yet et they applaud his spoeohos on oncivic oncivic i icivic
civic integrity and nd his sermons on onthe onthe I
the domestic virtues virtu os the they believe boliovoheartily boUorchearti1 believeheartily
hearti1 heartily in the cardinal principles principleshe
he has revived and enforced but at atthe atthe atthe
the same time they resent the idea ideathat ideathat ideathat
that on account of those principles prinoiplesi
i
r t
t
jthey I they t hey should swallow his candidate candidatefor candidatetor candidater
for b r tho Presidency PresidencyWo PresidencyVo
Wo Vo find a conservative body liko likeho
t Lhe ho Massachusetts Republican n publican State StateConvention Stateonventlon StateonventIon
ct Convention c indorsing his Adminis Administration Admin1stration Adminisration ¬
tration t and on the other hand we wefind wefind wend
find fi nd socialists disciples of Karl KarlMarx I TarlMarx arl arlMarx
Marx and brothers in arias of Mor Morris More or orriB ¬
riB n no e Hillquit pleased at his attaclcs attaclcson attaoKson
on o n undesirable citizens Hither Hitherand Hitherand Eithernd
and a nd thither he makes his way sity al alwajs alwaJs always
I wajs on the rush always working workingwith working workingwith woridugwith
with all his might and playing simi similarly similarIy simiarly ¬
1 larly exhorting shaking hands handsshouting handsshouting haitdshouting
shouting s Ah there to Bill BillIke BiIlIke BillIke
< Ike and Pete from th thr ranches ranchesattending ranchesattendIng ranchesttending
I attending a church disputing
over overNineveh overNineveh overNineveh
J Nineveh with the archaeologists archaeologistsswapping archaeologistsswapping archaeologistswapping
swapping s stories with guides from fromMaine fromMaine fromMaine
J Maine and Texas Te as scolding the uI na nature tin tinure a ature
ture t ure fakers trying out bishops and anddiplomats 4 d ddiplomats diplomati
ds diplomats d iplomati on the tennis court courtsteeplechasing oourtsteeplechasing courtteopleohasing
steeplechasing s and dictating
essaya essayson essayaon essayan
i on on o n literary tendencies tendonciesFar tendenciesFar tendncicsPar
Far from quieting him the th Presi Presidency Presidency Presiency ¬
dency d ency has simply enlarged his field fieldof fieldof fieldf
i of o f action In liveliness and versatil versatility versatiJit versatjjty ¬
ity it i ty the country has never seon Jib Jiisequal J Jibqual s sequal
equal e qual What Vhat will he ever e er do when whenhe whene
j he h e leaves the White Vhite House HouseAirships HouseAirships HouseAirships
Airships in Peace and War WarBalloons Var VarBalloons VarBalloons
Balloons float over Washington Washingtonand Washingtonnd Yashingtonand
and a nd our people come to realize the thepotentiality thepotontiallt theotentiality
j potentiality p of aerial tactics in war warGreat warGreat wrGroat
Great Britain Japan and Europe Europein Europeint1te Europen
j in int1te is n the meantime conduct extremely extremelysuccessful extremel extremelsuccossful extremelyuccessful
e successful s experiments with air airships airships airhips ¬
t ships s hips The dispatches are still stillfresh stillfrosh stillresh
i fresh f resh that told of the voyage of the theNulli t tjie tjieNulli e euNulIi
Nulli Socundus the airship of the theBritish tho thoBritish theBritish
British army arm thirtytwo miles from fromFarnborough iromFarnborough fromParnborough
Farnborough to London in a ten tenmile tenmHe tenmile
mile breeze Germany has Il 8 a similar similaresse similar similarvessel imilaresseL
vessel r esse which has sailed an hour houragainst houragainst hourgainst
against a a wind of seventeen miles milesan milo miloan milesn
an a n hour France has long boon boontraining boentraining boonrnining
training t her officers to manage managedirigible managedirigible inaungeirigible
dirigible d balloons and has conduct conducted conductod conductd ¬
ed a d entirely satisfactory tests in the theneighborhood theneighborhood th theighborhood
neighborhood n of Paris ParisAs ParisAs PadsAs
As the people of London or Ber Berlin Dorlin 13crn ¬
lin u n or Paris looked overhead and andsaw andsaw andaw
saw s aw these ships of tho air sailing
back and forth turning and wind winding winding windng ¬
ing ng over hill hills and valleys rising and anddipping anddipping anddipping
dipping at will it must have seemed seemedto scemedto seemedo
to t o them that a new era of com commerce commorce cornnorce ¬
merce o and warfare war re wa was dawning dawningthat dawningthat dawningtht
that the dream dr m a all old as the first firstwriting iirstwritiDgtI fitstvritings
writing of history wa warn u now about aboutto aboutto aboutto
to be realised Maybo so soThere soThere soTiters
There are ar many mJI who believe that thatthe thattho thatthe
the construction of an airship of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the manageable balloon type typestrong tJpcstrong typestrong
strong easily aiil 1 11 held heid to its course in inthe intho inthe
the stormiest weather equal to tolong tolong tolong
long voyages voyagesIs is a matter matte of a few fewmonths fewmonths fewmonths
months while the higher or aero aeroplane aeroplane aeroplane ¬
plane type will require only a 0 year yearor yearor yearor
or two more Mr Wellmans air airship airship airship ¬
ship promised better than any anyother anJother anyother
other to tost the practical value valu of
e present tlosigns s had hadnot not snow snowstorms snowI snowstorms ¬
storms and adverse winds inds pre prevented preented prevented ¬
vented Butt Bt as it was his sail of ofthree otthree ofthree
three hours and fifteen minutes minuteswith minutoswith minuteswith
with his craft completely under con contr cont conttl
tr t ttl l rather brightened the prospect prospectthan prospectthan prospectthan
than clouded it If the air ai is ever everto eerto everto
to be profitably navigated it must mustbe mustbe mustbe
be with ith airships like his carrying carryingweight c carryingweight rling rlingweight
weight by the th thousand pounds and andbuilt andbuilt andbuilt
built to travel hundreds not tens tensof tensof tensof
of miles milesv milesFor milesFor
v For spying out the enemy in time timeof timeof timeof
of war however and possibly p ssibly drop dropping dropping dropping ¬
ping chunks of explosive into his hiscamp hiscamp hiscamp
camp the the airship is put in a n new newlight newlight newlight
light by n report from the Belgian Belgianwar Belgianar Belgianwar
war ar department That bureau bur u has hasbeen hagbeen hasbeen
been firing at balloons in the air airaccording airaccorcling airaccording
according to the New York Sun SunIt Sun SunIt SunIt
It was aso of course necessary to an anchor anchor anchar ¬
chor the balloons and as the ques question question question ¬
tion to be besettled settled was vas the altitude altitudeof altitudeof
of effective fire it was of no great greatconsequence greatconsequence groatconsequence
consequence whether the target targetwas tnrgetwas targetwas
was swinging at the end of a tether tetheror tetberor tetheror
or holdinga course Shrapnel in infield infield infield
field guns found the gas bags and andpunctured andpunctured andpunctured
punctured them at heights varying
from 1300 to 4800 yards One bal balloon balloon balloon ¬
loon gondola as well as bag was washit washit washit
hit 140 times Couple this vulnera vulnerability vulnerability ulnernbility ¬
bility with the present uncertainty uncertaintyof
of keeping ceping afloat and it is plain the theairship the theairship theairship
airship as a new factor In war cr is isyet iset isyet
yet et nearly all theory theoryIf theor theorIt
If the President will permit ponnltwe ermt we should shouldlike shouldlike
like to observe that tho Tigers haVe bevo
looked lo kod horns with tho Cubs CubsJust Cubs1ust
I IJust
Just the same well vcII bet some of those
fat colonels will bo too busy for a a few tewdas fewdays
days to sit down when they the oat
The W C T U says the District Districtmay DlstrlotIWa Distriotmay
may IWa soon bar liquor Thats the way
It IF usually u8U811 cot ot rid of Isnt IIm It ItBy ItBy ItBy
By not stopkng to haggle over ver Items Itemsof Itemsof Itemsef
of 10 cents and net being content with withresolutions withre withresolutions
resolutions re olutlons the Chamber of Com Commerce CommErce CornonErce ¬
merce bids fair to got itself Its l In bad
fa raTor or with JU the local precedents precedentsDr prececentnDr precedentaDr
Dr Woodward resumes his hi desk d k as
Health H lUt Officer by
stating that there are areno 8eno aeno
no developments in the milk question
Seme of th the product that gets to con consumers consumers ¬
sumers seems to be pretty rott fur devel developed deelo deelThe develoid ¬
oped opedI o oidThe
I the The drarnmer receives recti If another n < lthor boost
Mrs Nation N tlqn is to become a 3 star starTho starTho starThe
Tho organ in a Baltimore church is
believed to receive the
attentions of
a aghost aghost aghest
ghost during tho am sun mt hours of the thenight tbenIght thenight
night At any an rate says the proprietor proprietorof
of a n grocery near by thorn thor Is an un unonrthly UhOfrthly unearthly
earthly air about bout tho music musicOVERTONES mualcOVERTJNES musica musicOV3RTONES
a
OVERTONES OVERTONESI OV3RTONESIask
I Iask ask not alms oh life of thee I
Nor guerdon gu r1on for mortality mortalll
Only Cnl 1 wist unceasingly unceasinglyI
I do not weop becauso the th < < > mire mIre1as
Has 1as hold and stained my soul oul entire
OnlY I feel a blind desire desirei d rJlrc
i 1 seek not sanctity or ulaco ulacoFame ulac ulacFnme ulaccFame
Fame riches or especial OfiJ ctat grace
But I would hold a hidden face faceHarrison taceHnrrlson faceHarrison
Harrison Moore In the Pathfinder
Battle for DaughterDevelops Daughter paughterDevelops DaughterDevelops
Develops Conf1icti1Jg Conf1icti1JgStories Conflictln ConflictlnStories Conflict1gStories <
Stories From Webbers
I
NOILE WEBBER WEBBERContacting WEBBERConfi WEBBERCunlLctlng
Contacting Confi ctlng statements offer th the latest latestdevelopments Jteatdevelopments latestdevelopments
developments in the struggle atru le between betweenMr MtenlIr betweenMr
Mr and Mrs Irs Leroy Webber for the thepossession thePOHe theposees1on
possession POHe loo of their fiveyearold daugh daughter daughter daugnter ¬
ter Nolle NolleMr 10118lIr NofleMr
Mr Webber Is a former dork of the theDepartment theDtINU1ment theDqartznent
Department of Commerce and lid Labor Laborand LaHrflnd Labornd
and nd June 1 after iter a long Ion ot < < series of do domestic domestic doonestic ¬
mestic troubles which resulted In the theseparation theseparatlOft theseparation
separation of himself hbn ett and his hl wife wifegained wifegained wifegained
gained possession OIH88IOft of his hi llttte girl and andhas andhas andhas
has since kept her whereabouts wb reabovts u un unknown unknown unknown ¬
known to his hi wife Webber w wa wag s at arrested atr08ted atrested ¬
rested Monday Menda night charged char ed with non nonsupport nonsuPPOrt nonsupport
support and yesterdar yesterda e terd appeared precl in the
Juvenile Court The be case c e was con continued COllUnuoo cottlxwcd ¬
tinued until next Tu Tuesday y in order erd to topermit toP6Fmt toparrnit
permit Webber to bring witnesses 1t11e es in his hisown h18own hisown
own defense defenseArrested defenseArrested doLenseArrested
Arrested at Wifes Home HomeSince HomeSlnCi HomeSince
Since he disappeared with 1th the child childJune chUdJu chIIdJune
June Ju e 1 Mr Ir Webber has been In YrJouplac various variousplaces rar1o rar1oplaces
places plac but all efforts on tho th part of hi hiwife hiwife hiwife
wife to locate th the little JkU girl were fruit fruitless rrultlees fruItlees ¬
lees Monday evening he telephoned t his hiswife hiswife
I wife that the child was In InBaltimore Baltimorei BaltImoreand Baltimore Baltimoreand
i and offered to take the mother tl1er to her herMrs he hei herMrs
i Mrs Webber however suspected tljst tljsther tWther t th
her h r husband was not acting aeUn In good goodfaith goodfaith goodfaith
faith so told him to come me to her housx housxpretending hou houpotendlng 3rous 3rouspretending
pretending that she sI would go to Balti Baltimore BIUmie Bait Baitmete ¬
more mete with him Sh She summoned a a de detooUve detocUve ¬
tective from headquarters and when
Webber arrived at his wifes house be hewas bewas bewas
was arrested arrestedMr arrestedMr arrestedMr
Mr Webber pleaded not guilty to the thecharge thecharge thscharge
charge of nonsupport nonu pOlt and nd his hl lawyer J wyer
Mr rr Truatt asked for a a postponement postponementuntil postponomentuntil postponementuntil
until next Tuesday Tuesda so they can arrange
In In view Iew of tho tremendous tremen6 us interest interestfinancial Interesttin Interestin
tin financial l in nolal noljtl Industrial and political politicalwhich poUtloJtlwhich politichlwhich
which no novr no centers in what Is termed lh lhtrust the thetrust thetrust
trust problem the conference C 1erencc on oncombinations onImblnattons onennbinrxtions
combinations and trusts ru rusts ts to bi b held un under under under ¬
der the auspices auspce of tho National Natlt > llll Civic CivicFederation CivIcFederation CivicFederation
Federation in Chloago October 222i 222iwill 225w111 222 222will
will bo one on of the most mo t important gath gatherings guthorln gathcringe ¬
orln cringe of the year 1 Coming at a time timewhen timewlten timewIiesthe
when wIiesthe the whole country ia i aroused arou cd over overthe overthe overthe
the many IU iueUons uestions UOns involved in the en eniorcvment entorctmont enorctxnent
iorcvment l orctxnent of the Sherman Sb8r n antitrust antitrustlaw antttrustlaw antitrustaw
law l aw and the amended interstate com commerce comneroe cornmerce ¬
merce act this conference cont > rence it is to be behoped behoped behOpel
hoped will sorve to give direction dlecUonpUblic to topublic topublic
public opinion In reaching a dna judg judgment judgm judgmont ¬
m mont nt
Delegates Named NunedDOlegates
Delegates have been named by gov govjynorB go goUOQrs
jynorB of fortyone States and Terri Territories Territorles Terntories ¬
tories nnd by national natlor labor agricul agricultural agrIcultural agricultural ¬
tural manufacturing financial eco economic fOCOnomic economic ¬
nomic and trade organizations r nlzaUons Gov Governors Governors Gayernors ¬
ernors attorneys RltOrn yS general members of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Interstate Commerce Commission Commissionmembers CommissIonmembers Commissionnicinbers
members of tho Senate enate and House Com Committees CommIttees Cornmittecs ¬
mittees on Interstate Int rstate Commerce the theCommissioner theCommlsaloner theCommissioner
Commissioner of Corporations and two twomembers twon6mb twomembers
members n6mb rs at least of the Cahint Cahin will willparticipate wJ1lparticipate willparticipate
participate The lh delegates appointed appolnt by byxhe
the he governors represent the best b < < st inter interests Int r r081S ¬
ests of their respective States and In Include Includ Inelude ¬
elude clud United States Senators Congress Congrcssmqn CongrC88m Congressmqn
m mqn n former f rmer governors nvuiufacturersr m11uCacturers m11uCacturers11110r
labor loaders farmers tarm ers merchants law lawyers lllwyers lawyerr ¬
yers clergymen cl rgym n bankers etc etcvTho etcTho etcTho
Tho first day will be devoted to the theproblems theoblems theproblems
problems oblems involved in the controversies controversieseiween
between State sta and Federal Government Governmentt
t
J J
LEROY WEBBER WEBBERBoth Wb3IBERStories
I
i iStories Stories Differ DifferBoth
Both BothAre Are Emphatic EmphaticI
I would be the hap happiest happiest
piest man on earth if ifshe ifshe
she would come bacK to tome toI
me I want my wife to tocome tJcome
I come bacH Leroy LeroyWebber LeroyI LeroyWebber
I Webber WebberYou WebberCY WebberYou
CY You on can just deny denyeverything denyI
I everything he has said saidi
i He has never asKed me meto I Ito
to come bacK to him himand j jand Ind
and nd he does not want wantpeace wantpeace
peace He is frightened frightenedand frightenedand frightenedand
and I am glad 1ad of it itMrs iL iLMrs itMrs
Mrs Webber Webbera
1 1i
i
a defense and andbrmg bring witnesses from out outof outor oo ooof
of the city cityr cityMr
Mr r Webber said the Oil principal reason reasonfor reuontor T550flfor
for his desire for a postponement po t QInnt was wasthat vrastbt was wasthat
that he hoped to effect a reconciliation reconciliationwith rcooncUaaUOI1I rcoinclllatlonwIth
with Ith his wife wifeJudg viteJudg vIfe vIfeJudge
Judg j he continued hI I would b bth be bethe beI
th the happiest harple t man on earth if sh she he woulcJcome woubcome would wouldcome I
come back to me I have bought bouptafplendld a asplendid a asplendid
splendid home at Mount Rainier where wherewe wbpra wbprawe wbVnlwe
we were living when she left me I Iam Iam I Iant
am willing to let bygones be bygones bygonesA b gone8 gone8A
A continuance wa sf granted until next nextTuesday n nexiTlzesday xt xtTUe
Tuesday TUe ay A C Ashton a business man manfurnished mantunlabecl manfurrIshed
furnished lx bond > nd for Mr Ir Webber WobberIn in the thesum th thum thsum
sum > > um of 9600 9600Mrs SiOOJtlrs 3900Mrs
Mrs Webber was indignant at the thestand thestand thestand
stand taken by h her r husband husbandYou bustandYou hustaruLYou
You an n just deny everything he hesaid heKJd lusaid
said she said to a a Time reporter
He has ba never MY asked a kel me to live 1Iv with wtt
him and he does not want peace H He
is frightened tsht ncd and I am glad of o it
During the time I lve 1ed < with him ho he
treated me so cruelly cruelI that I was wasprotection na 83 83obll
obll biiged ed to lea leave
him and come to my rn rnmother
mother for protection I have h e never re ¬
fused him permission l > ermlsslo1 to see the child cIiii
In fact the way he gained galM possession
of her was 8 I sent her out to totake take a s
walk with him three weeks eeks ago o and I
have hv never seen her inner
I am flt nearly distracted continued I
Mr Mrs r Wobter Vo ter with tear tears starting from I
her he large clue eyes YM I feel like a 3 week woe r
Is s an Ilt eternity to wait It and thon to think t
that th t I am not certain of
seeing nr
my mywill
tb then >
darJtng n I want my child and I
will work for It and myself
For several months m nths the Webbers have
been living apart and the
wife onoe ones C
began proceedings proeee < lngs for a divorce but bu t
withdrawn by a a mutual agreement ag ment the suit was wa 3
National Civic FederationWill Federation FederationWill FederationWill
Will Consider the Trusts TrustsAt TrustsAt TrustsAt
At the Chicago Assemblu
respecting Jurisdiction over ova interstate
commerce now pending in
Missouri Mlr l X Xi Minnesota
i Arkansas North Carolina Alabam Alabame and ld
Corporationa CorporationaThe CorporationaThe
The second day will be devoted
tq a t
corcideratlon cor lderatfon
of the corporation < How
should It be constructed c Should there
be national corporation toporatl
n as well as
Slate What should be the basis of
capitalization of corporations their in
¬
ternal t rnal control the provisions looking
to tha protecton protect Jn of Investors and stock ¬
holders as well as fair dealing with
the public Should there be a distinc ¬
tion between public service serI and other
corporations Should bould quasipublic ultlli
ties like
gas electric lighting and street
railways r lways
be
considered natural na ural mo ¬
I nopolies pality palfty palitvThe to be regulated by b the t11 munici ¬
The third and fourth days will be de
voted ted to a discussion of the just and
practicable limit of restriction and rcgu ¬
lation Federal and State of comblna comblnatiUutlon
tlcns In transportation production dts
tiUutlon and labor Shall the th Sherman
antitrust act be amended If so how
Hundreds of letters from all 1l classes
of o people have been received expressing expressingA
srntU1cmUon on the calling of this con
fClence
A GREAT MAN MAWAscum MANAsC MANAscumYour
Ascum AsC AscumYour mYour Your
< father was an actor you youragloySure
say sayBragloy Bragloy Braelo3Sure Sure Bragloy the truge tragedian Jun
you OU know knowAscum knowAseumFunny knowAscumFunny
Ascum AseumFunny Funny I never heard of him
He H played Hamldt I suppose S1Ppo o1
Bragley BragleySure Sure He originated orlb natec1 the part
The Catholic Standard arid Times
GIVE IMPROVEMENTS IMPROVEMENTSTO
TO SOUTHAND EAST EASTCommissioners EASTCommissioners
Commissioners Will Grant GrantRequests GrantRequests GrantRequests
Requests for Former FormerCitizens FormerCitizens FormerCitizens
Citizens Citizenslv Citizensltlpecting CitizensInspecting
lv
Inspecting City ityYhil While Mak MakMrig Makd Makirig
Mrig d irig 1g Estimates E5lirri t s for for Next NextYear Nexty NextYear
Year YearThere y YearThere e r rThore
There Is a a strong probability Jr bablUty that the theoard
Board oard ot Commissioners will In thejr thejrannual theJrannual thejrannual
annual estimates for the coming fiscal fiscalyear fiscalyear fiscalyear
year recommend appropriations for ex extensive extensive oxtensiv5 ¬
tensive Improvements in the eastern and andsouthern andsouthern andsouthern
southern sections of the city
For years the citizens in the South Southeastern Southestenl Southeastern ¬
eastern Southwestern and Northeast Northeastern Northeastera ¬
era sections of the city have compialned compialnedthat compialnedthat compialnedthat
that their sections S UODB have aa9 not been given givena
a reasonable proportion of the money moneyspent moneyspent moneyspent
spent far street street sewer wer and other 1m 1mprovcmeats Improvements unprovsmestts
I
provcmeats Not only does this com complalnt complaint cornplaint
plaint come from the th city limits proper properbut properbut properbut
but from thw suburban 2fu urbn sections sectionsHundreds MettonsHundreds sectionsHundreds
Hundreds Ask Improvement ImprovementAU
AU over the Northeast and Southeast SoutbeastsectlonJ Southeastsector
sector cttlsens associations have been beenorganized beenorganized beenorganized
organized to bring brln this alleged neglect neglectof
I of the Commissioners ComrrJs loners to their official officialnotice
notice Hundreds of such requests for forImprovement torroYem8JIU forImprovements
Improvement roYem8JIU have been filed with th the theommlseioneis
eommlaeioneis eommla lonels by individual 1 citizens citizensduring citizensduring citizensduring
during the 01 last l t year ear and all 1 of the citi citizens citizens citizone ¬
zens associations u oclUon have made the wants wantsof wantsot wantsof
of their particular sections e tlon known by
formal and detailed detall requests requestsquests reque requestsThe ts tsToo
Too Comml CommIssioners loners In going over Ute UteanR theana
ana 81 e timatee are taking these r rQuests rS rSquests
quests petitions and papers into eon eon8Ideratfon eonsideratlon
sideratlon and so far as it is possible posetblethey poselblEthey possiblethey
they will be provided provld for In the annual annualSixtieth annu annuapJKOSMltJoa annualappropriation
appropriation bill to be pre prasentid eoted to the theSbUth theSixtieth
Sixtieth Congress It l lthe Is probable tht thtthe thtthe
the eastern section o ot the th city win get getdouble setouble getouble
double d ouble what was provided provtd d by the Ho teat teatCengrees 1aatCngr lastCengress
Cengrees CengreesCommissioners Cngr CengressCommissioners
Commissioners Inspection InspectionIn
In thic connection OO ecUon the U Coramtesloners Coramteslonershave c Commlseionorsbtve lItIHkmcrs lItIHkmcrsbve
have started strt a a personal inspection of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the ally to s see e for themselves tbem elve jot what whatthe whatUte whathe
the t he needs the tb city are 18 in Ute war warstreet aC aCfltrect ofstreet
street and other improvements Com Commencing Cot Cotftenc C04mencing ¬
mencing ftenc h yetierdHy ye terday afternoon the themluloBers eoat eoatmisslonors om ommtestOBers
mtestOBers ntade a trip through the thenortheast 1Mnortheut theortheast
n northeast sootBeaJK and southwest southwestpaying IOUthwespa7i southwestaying
paying pa7i p np g particular attention to streets streetsalleys atrtoCts1Ieys atrtctslleys
alleys a 1Ieys sewers lights H hts and other ot W public publicneceeeltiee publicneeUe publicecessIties
an
neceeeltiee n Daring J > urtDg the fciapeetion Jo pecUon the theschool thechool te tehOOI
school s hOOI and Dd ftr r engine Houses and Dd DdstaUoIM police pettostations policetations <
ss
stations s under JIId eottstroctlon trucUon In the sec section 5 seelona < < 10 10t10tul ¬
tion t10tul t visited were looked over as wa wathe was waatbe washe
the t he Anaconda lIaCOlltta bridge BOW 10 nearly IMUI com completed es esplated m mpletecS ¬
plated pletedPaUerwm pletecSIR platedIn
IR respesse IMIIIII to 1M th req1Miot of L R RMaetary HPatttiian
PaUerwm Maetary aocr ecret rr of the 2f K0Ct2aea5t ortatewtern NorthesetwnSaburbgit ortatewternSvburoua < < Jt Jtstburoa
Svburoua dUen AMbdatton Lang Langdon Iaqc1ma Langdora
don for a hef heJuaa tog relative reJa ve to a revise reviseItet rn1lled rn1lledII8t reTisedist
Itet l ist of street reet improvement emeRts submitted submittedthe nbmUte4the submittedhe
the t he Cominiaeioneni Cona en hare bar Informed Iat 3e 3ert 8M 8Mr Seerrtary
rt r rrtary ary ry Patttrcoa that as the board It Itnow 1iFO Istow
now FO conelderlng O the be annual Dual estimates estimatesthe ee estinraleehe mtu mtuI
the I be hearing T1A < < can uot be granted pant at Una Unatime tdatime Uristime
time but ae soon oun as the estimates are arec arempMtul arecrn
c crn mpieifcd d a a date will be axed for the thehearing UKherlng ilubearing
hearing hearingIreland herlngIreland bearingIreland
Ireland Praised PraisedBy PraisedBy PraisedBy
By Irish Captain CaptainIn
In New York Port PortNBW PortNJlW PortNW
NW NJlW YORK Oct 8 1With With the flag ag of ofIreland otIrelBd ofIreland
Ireland flying finc haughtily from her b fore foretop fwetop foretop
top and Dd a a yellow allow poodle poodl barking a greet greeting greetIng greeting ¬
ing to the Goddess of Liberty the Irish IrishMonarch IrtshMonarch IrishMonarch
Monarch 4300 tone and the th pride of the theSmerato t14 t14Emerald IIeWmerald
Emerald Isle steamed into port sugar sugarladen suSf sugarladen r rladen
laden from Java JavaSirs JaLSirs JavaSirs
Sirs Mid Capt George Gordon G rdCln Gra Graham Gm Gmloam ¬
ham of Cork the Irish Monarch Monart came eamofrom e camefrom mo mofr9m
from Ireland Irelan and she flies file I8e the flag o owhat ot otwhat ofwhat
what will be the greatest nation In the theworld Uteworld theworld
world England willing willingLONDON wllltnsSULTAN willingSULTAN
SULTAN OF TURKEY TURKEYHAS TURKEYHAS
HAS LIVED LONG LONGLONDON
LONDON Oct 9 9Remerklng Remarking that thatthreatened thatthreatened thatthreatened
threatened men live long M I A P Pnotes PD PflOtt5
notes D t that Abdul llamkl the lh Sultan of ofTurkev ofTUlkev ofTurkey
Turkey I has MS ust t celebrated ebMt8tl his sixty slxtyflfth slnyfith sixtyflf
flfth flf bi b1hhday hday after having successfully successfullyevaded stMCeefuUyeulct snccesfullyevaled
evaded chc he efforts of botn frionds f nds and andenertutis atndenena andenenes
enena enertutis to t mnkt loth his lot uncomfortable uncomfortableduring unC uncomfortableduring mforbdlo mforbdloduing
during ths tll last tnlrtj to1r years yearsIn yearsIn eors eorsIn
In the tho number of his years And the thelength thelength thelength
length nf f rel rein n the Sultan of Turkey Turkeyranks Turke TurkerRnks Turkeyranks
ranks high among the rulers of Europe
In point of o if age five monarchs are be before before before ¬
fore him King Oscar O cnr of Sweden Is Isthirteen 19thirteen iithIrteen
thirteen years eara older the Bmptror Emp ror of ofAustria orAustria elAustria
Austria can give him twelve years jsarsIClng yearsKing eors eorslOng
lOng Leopold of Belgium sven 50 en while whileKing whUetIng v1rilclIng
King Choi Charles lee of Boumania and Prince PrinceNicholas Pr1ncoNlobolas PrinceNicholas
Nicholas of Montenegro Are respective respectively ¬
ly h l three years and on ant a year older than thantie thantltt L LtIti
tie Sultan SultanFive ttoltanIve ultal1 ultal1jlve
Five Ive kings of Europe and four Asiatic Asiaticpotentates AsJaUcpotentates Asiaticpotentates
potentates have a longer record on the thethrone thethrone th I Ithrone
throne The Th Eroperor En11 > oror Frauds Joseph Josephhas JOliephhas Jose Josehas
has now no reigned r Jgned fiftynine years King
George of Greece fortyfour years yearsPrince yuarsPrince yearsPrince
Prince Nicholas of o Montenegro I ntene o forty fortyseven fortyseven Qrty Qrtytoeven
seven King Leopold fortytwo and
lOng Oscar O Cr of Sweden over that rart rartof art artor arlor
or his tis dominion which remains to him I
tMrtyslx In Asia the Mikado of ol
Japan has had forty yoars r vqars rs of rule the
Emperor of China tiirtytwo t lrtytwo and the
KIng of Slam and the Rajah of Sarawak Sarawakeach Sarnwclkeach Sarawaleach
each thirtynine thirtynineAbkul thtrl thirtynineAbul nlnc nlncAbtaul
Abkul HamId has this further record recor L
tha no ruler of Turkey for nearly SO SOy 2 2yeas I Iyas
y yeas sa s has reigned relmc r rs > long as he heUNTIL beHORSE lieiOR8E
HORSE GUARUSMASTER GUARUSMASTERUNTil GUAEIIIS MASTEH MASTEHI
UNTIL HELP ARRIVES ABIESAVILKESBARRE ARRIVESI All1YEWILKESBABRE I
I
AVILKESBARRE LKESB E Oct Sk 9 9Whllo While WhfIetnt eal ealloploping
I loploplng on his patrol through W gt gtPittston L LPittston
Pittston Trooper White of O the State Stateconstabulary Stat i iconstabulary j jconstabulnry
constabulary met with ah ahaccl accient accthent lent tha thanearly thatfearly thanearly
nearly proved fatal to him but dem demonstrated demon5trated demonstrated ¬
onstrated the thoroughness with which whichthe whlchthe I Ithe
the troopers train their mounts mountsKla mountsHis mountsHis
His horse stumbled throwing him himheavily himheaUy I IheavIly
heavily to the ground grOun As ho h lay unconscious unconscious un unconscious ¬
conscious and bleeding from a a long gaah gaahIn gasbIn I IIn
In the head tho
animal stOod guard over overhim overhIm r rhim
him licking his wound until help ar arrived arriv amnlve ¬
rived rivedThe riv nlve i iThe
rivThe
The faithful horse followed closely in ii
the wake of tho crowd when the trooper trooperwas trooporS t twas
was S carried into a nearby nearby drug store storuand storeand storoand
and also nlsotolloved followed unlcd the carriage in inwhich Inwhich ii t twhich
which his master was conveyed conve od to the the1iarrack30 Ui S
tarraclis
i
Naming of Voglegesang VoglegesangDue Voglegesa1igDue
Due to the President
j
i
Phtf by H HanisEwIng Ewlng
CARL T 1 VOGLEGESANG VOGLEGESANGLieutenant
I
Lieutenant Commander in the Navy IvavyWho NavyWho NavyWho
Who Has Ea Been Assigned te t Com Command Command Cornmand ¬
mand the Mayflower tiePresidents tlieProsidents tie thePresidents
I
Presidents Yacht
Officer Off er Made Good Im Impression Impression Impression ¬
pression on Panama PanamaTrip PanamaT PanamaTripLast
Trip T TripLast rip Last Fall FallLlaaL FallLteut FallLl
LlaaL Ll itt Comma Co CommaMr 4er Cart T Voglege Voglegesang VOgMsesang Vogisgesang
sang the tJi popular young naval ofllcer ofllcerwho oalcerwho oMcerwho
who has been 1Ht a selected HI to command the thePresidents thePr8 thePresidents
Presidents Pr8 idents private converted coa cruiser cruiseryacht erutaeryacht crueryacht
yacht the Mayflower owes ow the Je honor honorconferred honorconf honorconferred
conferred conf rred upon DOI1 him to the splendid im impression lmpre88loft impresslon ¬
pression he made upon President Reese Roosevelt R0osevelt Reesevelt ¬
velt during the latters trip to Panama Panamahut PanamaJut Ptnamalast
hut taM 01 Mr Voglegeeejtg V oglege utg was w c the first firstnavigator Antna rst rstnavigator
navigator na vlgator of the Lotrtsiaaa L4Hd ID on which whichthe whiebthe whichthe
the President Pre klent made the journey 1G1InM and andthe andthe ad adthe
the manner in which b ha handled the theship tbeship theship
ship quickly eaoght the Chief Execu Executives Ex6CUthe8 Executlves ¬
tives eye eyeThe eeThe eyeThe
The President saw much of the t e work workof workof workof
of the young officer on the journey journeyp8h4IBg journeyspending urney urneyspending
spending considerable time on the ships shipsbridge shlpsbrld shtpsbridge
bridge brld with him The entire Journey of ofseveral oruverl
several thousand thou and miles was made safely safelyand aafeyand fely felyand
and without the lightest ngbte t Incident and andbefore an1betore andbefore
before leaving the vessel ve e Mr Roosevelt Rooseveltpersonally Rooseveltpersonally t tpr5Oll1ly
personally congratulated and Dd thanked thankedthe thPk thPkthe thankedthe
the commander Capt A A R Couden Coudennow Coudenno Coudennow
now no ree IUPr r admin Commander Chapin Chapinwho Chapinwho Chapinwho
who was the executive 8Xecu ve officer Mr MrVoglegesaag MrVoglecuang r rVogiegesang
Voglegesaag and d other responsible offi officers 001cere ottcore ¬
core for the safety Cety and pleasure of the theJourney thejOurney thejourney
Journey Journeyir
Mr > ir Voglegesang V NDg was appointed a DOlnted to the
Navel N va1 Academy from California In inanti last lastani lean
anti an attained his ha present grade in July
1M J9 1r He mad made his reputation as a a tur turret turret tsrret ¬
ret offlcer o r In the spring anc target tar t pracuce practiceof pracuceot pracuceof
of 1WM on the Asiatic station when he hevra heft1L8 liewas
vra was In command of the forward thlr thlrtenineh thlrtt8011ldl thInttsnInt
tenineh turret on the Wisconsin The Thescore Th6SiCOI Thescore
score SiCOI made by him and his crew broke brokeall brok brokeall
all 11 record of the navy and has ha never neVErbeeR neverbeen
been exceeded ex ed but once rinee InO and that thatwas thatwas
was 1 by the same earn me gun and nearly JMl y th thsame thIIaUM the theesine <
same crew r the following year This Thissen ThisiIUft Thisarts
arts made thirtytwo thirty two hits out of a pos possible JlOIItblt pesItbi ¬
sible Itbi tblt thirtysix and made LEe U shots sbt per perminute permlaut8 permisute
minute with 141 hits hit per minute 1ftbI te
Ostrich Farm in Cuba CubaTwentyseven CubaIs CubaIs
Is Latest Enterprise EnterpriseTwentyseven EnterpriseTwentyseven
Twentyseven Acres Near Havana Is Site of ofFarm ofFarm ofFarm
Farm With Fortyeight Birds Taken TakenFrom TakeriFrom TakenFrrn
From Arizona
e >
Ostrtoh farming to the newest weet enter enterariseof esteref te tepriMt
ariseof ef Cube and premises Is to grow w Into Intoan to toaa
an ImporUtnt industry At Marianne Marianneaesr Xar1a o o8ea
sour Havana Ha a a farm of twentyseven twentysevenacres tweDt7NVeAacrea
acres has been bMnbl estafetlsbed according accordingshelter
shelter bl for the birds In inclement inclementweather iDcIemeataDd inclementwenthe
weather aDd Quarters for employes employesThere e1llPlo7MThere employcaThere
There are re now fortyeight tort7 t ostriches ostrichesthere o tI1cbeB tI1cbeBth
there th twentythree of which were Im Imported lmported ¬
ported from the Phoenix American Os OstrJeh 0 0tXh
trJeh tpett Farm of Phoenix Ph MAIx Arte Am rlZ and the theethers dieotb
ethers otb thsss from the t e Nice Ostrich Farm lann in inFrance IBFraIIoe InPtgao
France Fourteen of these are u breeders breedersand hreedersftJMl breedersand
and the others are between one and two twoyears twoyns twoyears
years old eIcLI
I ekLAccount Account of Farm FarmEdwin FarmJi4twin FarmdwIa
Edwin dwIa V Morgan AJaerieUt AJaerieUtte Am 1 m erlosa rhmii minister ministerte minstec
te Cube funrishee the State S ie J Depart DeprtJDeRt > epert epertment
must with an Interesting tnteM tng aeocoat Aatr of the thefarm Ute1arllL
farm He says saysTh Y1l Y1l1M
Th 1M tend is divided Into large e pens pensfor pensttK
for the younger young birds bInl and ad smaller lil1J < < ones onesfor Meefor
for each e ch pair of breeders There is also alsoa ale Iso Isosa1eeroo
a S salesroom sa1eeroo where here ostrieh feathers are aresold aresoldDOt
sold soldDOt not however necessarily nece uUy the prod product product ¬
uct of o the farm The price prc of the full follgrosn fuUgrO fullgromn
grosn grO Vl1 breeder is from 3O 300 to J4M 4N and andTil andPBEFERS andPREFERS
PREFERS WOMEN WOMENTO WOMENTO
TO LOAD VESSEL KESS1Russian VESSELRussian VESSELRussian
Russian Captain Condemn Condemned Conde n ned ¬
ed by British Public for forMethod forMethod forMethod
Method MethodLONDON MethodUI MethodLfNDON
LONDON UI N Oct 9 9The The captain eaJ taln ot 0 a aRussian aRussian aRussian
Russian Russian shlp has Just caused great t In Indirr 10dl Indlgration
dirr dl dlgration ation along the Thames water waterfront waterfront at at1rotlt
front by b hiring 1 frlAC women to toad lo 4 his rae vessel VMHI raeset ¬
set When WI n men appealed for work the thecapraln thecaptain thecaptain
captain told them they were not want wanted wanted wantoil ¬
ed Tho next day fifteen women were wereput were wereJUt wereput
put to work on the ship shipThe aWlTht shipThe
The ijaptaln apta1n had engaged them to do doUK dc dcUtt dotit
UK tit ship loading at as 3d per day The Theaverage Thevetage Theaverage
average vetage wage of mw employed at this thislabor tblslabQr thislabcr
labor Is 4s to 7s and this price hud been beenquoted beenquoted beenquol
quoted quol ed by the male laborers the even evenIng evenlng evenin
Ing in before The men who watched thorn thornat thomat thornat
at work oIc were vary Y rY indignant One of ofthen ofthen ofthen
then said saidIts saldIts saidits
Its not fit work for women Its her herJHIOUSh berteven hnl hnlonough
JHIOUSh onough even for Qr the likes ef r ws I Iwouldnt Iwouldnt I Iwouldnt
wouldnt sue r my wife at it not f it T Twas I IWS I Idying
was dying dyingOn dYingOn
On account of the hard work several severalageg seversJot Severn Severnof L
ot the women wore forced to quit Tftlr Tftlrg8fJ TteitngSb
ageg g8fJ ranged from from eighteen to fortyfive fortyfivearA fortfiveud fortyfiveL
arA arq all 11 were ere desperately de porately poor When Whanthe Whenthe en enthe L
the captain of the Russian Russi n ship > was wasasked wasasked ia iaasked
asked why he did not employ men lie liesold 11esu1d liezaid
sold soldI I employ women labor because tecause ita itacheaper Wicheaper ts tschooper
cheaper For tho prlee of one man I Iget Iset I Iget
get nearly three tlr women wome sometime sometimeTheir sometlutSTheir sosnethneahetr
Their hetr average wage is just ust half In InRussia InRussia IrRussia
Russia we VO always have our o r vessels eHes load loaded Jeade loaded ¬
ed e by women omen and so I engaged women womonhere weinerhere womenhere
here hereLIEUT hereLI hereUET1L
LIEUT LI UET1L EUT U S 8GiERED SREEBTE GRANT GRANTORDERED
ORDERED REEBTE 10 BOSTON BOSTONLieut
Lieut U S Grant 3d Corps of En Engineers Eng1neers Engineers ¬
gineers U S A 1 has at last been as assisned n8sIgned assigned
sIgned to active duties dutIO in his I branch of ofOta offull 01
Ota service most of the time that he hej heto he I
to j I spent sp nt In the army having been given givenassignments gIverI I
0 assignments of a light or at social socialnature socl1nature eociMJnature I
nature Lieutenant Grant who is a agrandson agrandson r
grandson ot President Grant and rid nephew nephewof nepbewot nepheuof r
of Gen Fred D Grant commanding the thedepartment thedepartment thedepartment
department of the East has bean be n de detailed detaJ1ed dotailed ¬
tailed to duty in Boston under the direc direction dJrectlon direction ¬
tion of MaJ Edward W Burr in charge chargeof char chargeof e eor
of the river and harbor work workThe workTho workThe
The assignment is probably as agree agreeable agreeable agreeable ¬
able as aLY that the young army lieu lieutenant lieutenant ¬
tenant could be given aside from those thoseof tl thoseI Ole OleI I
I of a social nature Lieutenant Grant Granthas Granthas Granihas I
has spent most af o his brief army career careerat careerat caresi caresiat j
at Washington Barracks being for fO sev several MVcral several ¬
eral years one of the military aides to tothe tothe tc tcthe
the white House
that U sat of the younger birds InIs from t35I i2 359 to totttft toQCOttltDg
tttft 3 according to their age ad sex sexThe aexTbe sexb
The T b cost of mtaoitution bItjfor Jt1on from either eitherAriaoaa eUber1iJIOa eitherriaon
A Ariaoaa 1iJIOa or r France lraDee IP about 17 If im imported Jm Jmported ionorted ¬
ported p orted in quantities of twenty or en more moreIncluding moreIDclndlac morencluding
i Including Cuban customs cuatoaI duties dutiesThe dutiesThe ut1ee ut1eeThe
The ostrich cb lays 1 tour times a year yeareach yeareacb yearaech
each female giving from fourteen to toeighteen toetPteen
e eighteen egzs s at each laving 1aFiD < < About bout 20 20per 20per 20er
per p er cent of these tb 8e hatch out and Dd about aboutl5
75 3 5 per cent of those hatched arrive at atmaturity atmatDrtty ataturity
maturity m aturity The period of meuhation is isabout Isbout Isbout
a about bout fortytwo days daysSecariag claysSecuri1ag daysSecuring
Securing and Selling Senin Feathers FeathersThe Fe6tBecsThe FeathersThe
The first 1Ir rst t plucking is made at the age ageof ageot agef
of o f six months when tie t1 i feathers are arenarrow ar arDaZTOW arearrow
narrow n arrow coarse and Ja4 of small market marketvatae InrkfthIe marketaine
v vatae aine hIe Thereafter they are plucked every everyeight everyeigh everyight
eight e months the tit yaJue 1 of the feathers feathersincfesjbfng featersioedag Uaer UaeriDcie
incfesjbfng iDcie l ioedag ilfDg at t eaefcr plucking untib ua tti6ey tti6eyrrwe < key keyarrive iey ieyrrive
arrive a rrwe at t maturity at the tlt age qe n e of four fouryears fourMrs fouroars
years r Mrs When ready to be plucked the theBird th theird
b rb Bird ird is placed in a Vshaped V ped corral large largeenough largeenough largenough
enough e to t < contain his body and ad that o othe ot ottbe ofie
the t pluck His wings are then raised raisedand r1 raisednd ed
and a 114 all 11 the ripe feathers t s are clipped clippedTwo clippedTwo clippedwo
Two T wo months later the Quills left in the thewings tbeV1Dgs thewings
wings are entirely dead and Dd are drawn drawnwithout dnLwnwithout drawnwithout
without peJn to the bird birdIN birdWORKMEN birdWORKMEN
WORKMEN FIND GOLD GOLOIN GOLDIN
IN EAST EASTRIVER RIVER BED BEDNew BEDNew BEDNew
New York Bridge Employes EmployesStrike EmployeStrike EmployesStrike
Strike Vein Assaying AssayIngF
F 24000 24 24000N1liW OO OOl
ICBW l V 1ORK ORK Oct 9 JB9fteth Beneath the theriver theza theZazt
Zazt za river rtv r 2 lest from rom shore slier and Cl 100 100fet 100et 100Lest
fet et below the mean water wat mark off offZtoosevelt G1rRooerelt offBoosevelt
Ztoosevelt street guM was as dteeovered dteeoveredynsterday disooveredyesterday nred nredWitenty
yesterday If ito 1e vein assays in pro proportion proportion proportion ¬
portion to the sample brought to the thesurface Uaesurface thesurface
surface it will rtn to the enormous ng ngure rtgIre hgire
ure Ire of M6W a a ton tonThe tCiDTne tonThe
The deoartment deo rtme t of I bridges brk1 68 is l making makinga makinGMrltH5
a series of borings along a the river rive
front Tiv T work ork is I being done by the
Henley Heale Sewer and Construction Corn Cornpuny ComIIA CornDeny
puny IIA of a t Park P rk row rowA rowA rowA
A force of Den ien was at work yesterday yesterdaywith yHterdkYWIth yesterdaywith
with a bo bon under the direction if f
ThOmas iCSimedy lDedy foreman Samples Samplesof S Snrplesof D1JIn D1JInoi
of the th earth or lock from all borings boringsare bo boringsare > IS ISre
are re sent to the department with Ith a rec record r rord recend ¬
ord of the depth de th at which they were wereobtained wereobtained ro roobtained
obtained obtainedThe obtainedThtt obtainedThis
The Dad belongs to the bridge brl ge depart department department departmeat ¬
ment and ti tJvs s to the city clt Those who whoexamined whoexamined whoexamined
examined the ore gave it as their opin opinion opinIon opinIon ¬
ion that the vein could be reached by bysinking bysinking y ysinking
sinking a shaft at t Roosevelt R velt street and andrunning antrunning 101 101nmnlnS
running a tunnel out ISO feet aDd theu theufollowing1 thetoUowlng theafollowIng
followIng the vein In any direction directionSTANDARD dtrecrtlonSTANDARD dIrectionSTANDARD
STANDARD STICK STICKFINISHED STICKFINISHED STICKFINISHED
FINISHED AFTER AFTERJ
10 J 0 YEARS WORK WORKLONDON WORfLO WORKLONDON
LONDON LO Ol Oct ct 9 fTen Ten years to make makea
a yard art measure m re sounds a little extrava extravagant extrvagnt extravagent ¬
gent but hu not wh when a U that t yard measure measureIs mMsureIs measureis
Is of platinum and an Iridium and is the thestandard thestaD thestadrd
standard staD nl yard 8rd measure destined for the thegovernment thegovernment thegovernment
government standard weights and meas measures m measores l5 l5urN ¬
urN strong room There a a new stand standard standard standand ¬
ard yard ard measure bas just been placed placedafter pIoedafter placedafter
after being In process of construction constructionsince constructionsince constructionsince
since M7 Upon completion It was sub subjected subectsd ub ubject ¬
jected ject ectsd < d to a a number of tests toME from all allof aUot allof
of which it has emerged e rged with honors honorsThe honorsTIM honorsmeasure
The measure was s sent fur examination examinationto
to t Paris also to thi th Society for the theC0D8tru theConstruction
Construction C0D8tru tIon of Instruments of Precl Preclson PreclSOft Precison
son in Geneva then to the board of oftrade oftrade
trade de to be compared with the metro Instrument ln metromint tru trumt ¬
mint mt t already there and finally to the themint ttemInt themint
mint whence beftCe It has just returned
EVry year yo r for the next ten years it will
be further examined If it varies by a amil amUJ amilionth
mil mUJ milionth Jon nth th of ax r t > Inch it will be rejected rejectedotherwise rejectedotllerw1se rejectedotiserwiseit
otherwise otiserwiseit it will become a standard standardHIKED standardHIKED standardHIKED
HIKED UP UPFor UPFor tiPFor
For goodness sake exclaimed the
boys bciy s mother what hat are itta t8 you 00 complain ¬
lug about You wanted renter rer ne nepants u t tpender
penOer pants an now youve got em emyeu emy
y yeu u aiat atllled estisliodi
I know mother probated prHe tcd the boy
but Ir > Jdnder fraid rakl theyre too tight Ughtundet tightunder
under f te e anna arnmThe The Catholic Stan Stanc ¬
dard c 4rd fad d Times XJm

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