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NUMBER 4881 q88 WASHINGTON SATURDAY EVENING OCTOBER 4 26 + G 1907 s f F4ICB C ONE CENT
dYsfER l OYSTER SCORED SCOREDfOR SCOREDFOR
fOR ms REPORT REPORTON REPORTON
ON THE SCHOOLS SCHOOLSInspector SCHOOLSInspector
Inspector Ashford sl Says SaysHe SaysHe SaysHe
He Questions Protest Protestants Protestants Protestants ¬
ants Right to Make MakeInspection 1VakeInspection MakeInspection
InspectionConditions Inspection InspectionConditions InspectionConditions
Conditions at Schools SchoolsAre SchoolsAre SchoolsAre
Are Not as Unsanitary Unsanitaryas U Unsa nsap 1tar tary taryas y yas
as Charged Says SaysAshford SaysAshford SaysAshford
Ashford AshfordI
I simply deny in toto tot the remark of ofCaptain orCaptain ofCaptain
Captain Oyster 0Y > > t0l regarding r lartllng the alleged allegedunsanitary aU8GedUnnltary allegedunsanitary
unsanitary conditions of the school schoolbuildings scboolbuUdtn schoolbuilffnga
buildings buUdtn said Snowdea Ashford Alihford In Inspector 18apector Inspector ¬
spector of Buildings in regard to the theremarks thltrelnarks theremarks
remarks attributed to the president pre klent of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Board of Education to the effect effectthat etrectthat effectthat
that of the buildings visited by him himnearly himrly himyearly
nearly rly all have been found in need of offepalr oftepeJr oft
fepalr fepalrFurthermore tepeJrFurthenftOre t epalr epalrFurthermore
Furthermore I do not consider eolNlld Cap Captain Captain Capptaro ¬
tain Oyster a competent authority on onfcuch onfmclt onpuck
puck questions qaeUo and I qtteattoa tI ilue tiea 1eR hi his right rightto rightto rightto
to make inspection 1n + ptecttoti tour totIlJI of t variousichool various variouspchool variouafIcl100l
pchool buildings for or the purpose of criti criticlsm CrlUsm critiplsrit
plsrit clsm sm Hereafter I shall ignore pore Captain CaptainOyster CaptainOster CaptainOyster
Oyster and submit such matters to the theBoard thetBoanl theoard
Board oard of Education before whom I IShall IJihall Ihhall
Shall appear Appe appear r in jnCaptalft person personCaptain pereonCaptain
Captain Oyster called upon ui n me metCober e Oc Getober October ¬
tober 22 with th the information that the theEmery theEmery theemery
Emery building which hleh h he now lQW says MY > > isin is isin Is2u
in an unsanitary condition was not in inneed inneed iuteed
need of repairs and requested that noth nothing nothJnR nothing ¬
ing be done with it He also said that thatthis thatthis thatthis
this was u the tb80plnion opinion of Mr 1 EM the theprincipal tiltrlnct theprinetpsl
principal rlnct l of the Emery In reply 1 told toldCaptain towCaptAin toldCaptain
Captain Captain Oyster that notwithstanding T14tv notwtthatandinge itbetaftdtng
the e sentiments of Mr Ir EH I thought the thebuilding thebuildln thebuilding
building buildln was in need of repairs and andthat andthat andthat
that they would be ordered Immedi Immediately Immedtntely Immediately ¬
ately after Captain Oysters 0 stere departure departureI
I received a communication communication from from rotn the theHealth Ut UtHealth theHealth
Health Department culling attention to tothe tothe tothe
the necessity nece tty for improvements In the theKraery tBeXmery theEmery
Emery which I forwarded to Captain CaptainOyster CaptalaOyater CaptainOyeter
Oyster OysterHe OyaterHe OyeterHe
He is mistaken also al in regard to tothe tothe tothe
the Petworth and Monroe buildings The Thelavatories Tlte1a Thelavatorlea
lavatories 1a vatort have not been torn up aDd aadneither aDdJ1elLher andneither
neither are there piles > > Ilea of dirt on the thefloors thefloors thefloor
floors floorsAs floorsAa floorAn
As president pre tdent of the Board of o Educa Education EducaUon Education ¬
tion Captain Oyster is an authority on oneducational oneduca oneducational
educa educational matters but Mat be is net PSC PSCMsarily p pe nncesestily
Msarily e anly such on questions q e UoluJ relatiittr reti Jf to tosanitation t tunltt1on taanltation
sanitation Therefore all further ttartJterIng er Scal d ¬
ing I may have with 1th regard rega to this sub subect ¬
ject ect will ill be with the board and not notwith notwith
with its president presidentState pre preskentAMERICAN k1enttt k1entttAMERICAN
AMERICAN CONSUL CONSULCOMMITS CONSULCOMMITS
COMMITS SUICIDE SUICIDEIN SUICIDEJN
JN IN MEXICAN TOWNState TOWN TOWNState
State Department Reti Reticent Reticent Reticent ¬
cent About Death of ofDr ofDr ofDr
Dr S SE E Cross CrossDe CrossDetails De Details Details ¬
tails Lacking LackingDr
Dr S SeweU waH 1C Cross Cro American consulht consul consulit c4Ht ul ulliLt
liLt it Sn Lttf L ta Potosi Poto > > l Mexico committed committedBuJckie oommttted oommtttedaulelde oommlttediuiclde
BuJckie on October If white at his h post postA pGIItA postA
A report of th the death of Dr Crossi Cross CrossReached Cro s st
i t Reached eashed the State Stat Department some somedays someflays me melays
days Ago A but it was not made public
Until today when confirmation of the theconsuls theconauls theconsuls
consuls suicide was received in a tele telegram telepamtrom telegram ¬
gram pamtrom from Neill E Pressly vice consul consultut CO consulwt IHlI IHlIMot
Mot Tampico Mexico MexicoNo KexlcoNo MexicoNo
No details d t118 of the manner In which
Dr Cross Cro met his death or tne cause ause
leading to suicide are obtainable The Thetelegram Thetelegram Thetelegram
telegram to the State Department from
i Mr r Preasiy Pretl ly merely confirms the report
but does not give ge any particulars Offi Officials Offtclals Ofriclals ¬
clals of the department are reticent reticentabout reUcootabout reticentabout
about the case and refuse to expressany express expressany eXpr eXpriLDY
any opinion as to the cause of the con conuls conuls conuls
uls selfdestruction selfdestructionDr
Dr Cross Cro wa appointed to the con consular conr eonuiar ¬
sular r service from Maine October OctoberGOVERNMENT 31 31GOVERNMENT 3fGGVERNMENT
GOVERNMENT CHANGES CHANGESPLAN CHANGESPLANOF PLAN PLANOF PLANOF
OF SELLING ENVELOPES ENVELOPESUnder
Under a nev ruling of the Postmaster PostmasterGeneral PostmasterGtmefal PostmasterGeneral
General business buslne men using theGovern theGoverntnoRt lheoGoverltnOftt the Govern Governliiatt
tnoRt stamped printed envelope will in inthe InUle inthe
the future only have to tl deposit JJ > NJlt the thecoot theco thecost
coot co t of the envelopes and the ht printing printingthe prJutingthe pnnttnggthe
the price trice of the stamps stn nj a to be pail foron for foron feron
on dtllvcry d nVry of the order orderFrequently or orFr orderFreeiueitly
Frequently Fr uJLly it lake tk takes tro Iron r five to six sixWeeks xixweeks 21 21W
weeks W to 1111 an order urd c Ln lndlr ii r the old t1drula ti tirule I Irule
rule parties ordering old rlng stamped enve envelopes tnve10P envelopes ¬
10P lopes li had to pay down the tb full cost costand COtand costand
and await delivery delh This rule ticil up lp
large IaJB sums ums of money moneyTHE JUOIteyTHE moseyTHE
THE WEATHER REPORTTfce REPORT
TiM winds wind along the middle Atlantic
Coast will be fresh tre b north to east on the thefottth thepoutk theponth
fottth ponth Ati Atlantic t coast coa t fresh tre h northeasterI northeaster JtOItne ster ¬
ly and on the a east Gulf coast light said aafdpartaMo saidSteemei
partaMo partaMoSteamers 1 Ie IeStM
Steamers StM departing rting today for Euro European JDuron Europeon ¬
peon n ports will have ftaV fresh northwest northwestKIT northwestv northwesteri7
KIT v winds and fair hr weather weat r to the the3ra
Grand 3ra d Bank BankB DaaaTDrPBRATUJttB Banker BankerTMPERATtJR
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SUN TABLE TABLESun TABLEs r rei
Sun s ei vets s today todaySUB itli
SUB rteos rt tomorrow tomorrowHigh 6 51 51TIDB 1 1TIDE
TIDE TAJltJiI TAJltJiIHigh TABtinigh
High water today 114f ± l4 p Po mLow m mLow IIJ
Low wier today ICI7 6 6C 61 9 t HI HISigfc 111tusk ntHigh
tusk water tomorrow toInorrOw1ti 12d7 p mi mlAr
Law Ar water tomorrow tOllHMTOWS = 2t a ne JR Sjli Ii p m mJKARPKRS InRARPBRS mlFEi3S
JKARPKRS RARPBRS FERRY W W Va Oct 26v 26
Both rIven clear
Woman Womol1Lawver Womol1LawverDeftl1ds Lawver LawverDefends iwver iwverDefends
Defends tlarvoiv tlarvoivTrial ManonTrial Man on onTrial
Trial for Life
MRS HARRIETTE M JOH2ISTON JOH OIaSTON ISTON WOOD WOODWho WOODWho WOODWho
Who Is Helping to Defend an Armenian in a Murder Case
Retained for Slayer of ofRich ofRich ofRich
Rich Armenian Ru Rug RugImporter RugImporter g gImporter
Importer ImporterNEW
NEW YORK Oct 3 KThe The trial of ofBcdros otBodros ofBodros
Bodros Harnpartjooin the Armenian Armenianwho Armenianwho Ariaenlauwho
who shot and killed Hovannos Tavfc Tavfchanjfan TavlthanJtan Tavahanjian
hanjfan an importer in Union Uno Square Squarett SquaretewmOflths Squarea
tt few tewmOflths months ago A Cl was commenced coromuacevi comm Ic a b bfo IH IHi before <
i fo toareJ fore Justice > > SUtHLDowllng Dowling In the ortisiiyal ortisiiyall ert ertI tna1 tna1branch
I l JKaBCh branch > rancli of L the thftprC theseprente > supreme t6 court yesterday yesterday7V ye yesterdy yesterdyFor titrf j jFor
7V For > r the prosecution vr fGCution Appeared appearedetant As Assistant Assllttant ¬
sistant etant District Dlstr1St Attorneys Attorney Nott pod p1dMa podManley aud audManley
Manley Ma le7 while the tl defens doteiisE en icaa 1 < 4 kdprb kdprbsented repr reprsented pr prfltnt
sented fltnt by WHIIam WJ U m H Wood Wood E EJ EJMurp JMurphy J JMurphy
Murphy Murp and Mrs Harriette M John Johnston Johnston Johnston ¬
ston Wood the wife of Lawyer Wood WoodMr SibodMr OCId OCIdMr
Mr Nott questioned the talesmen tale m n for forthe forthe forthe
the prosecution roseeutlon and Mr Wood for the thedefense thedfenH thedefense
defense Mrs Wood took many notes notesand notesand lotesand
and and at times conferred with her col colleagues colleagues eelleagues ¬
leagues She was alert at all times timesShe timesShe timesShe
She wore no hat while occupying her herseat h hHat hocseat
seat next to the Jury box The trial trialwill I Iwill lwill
will be opened > properly next Monday Mondaywhen Mondaywhen I Iwhen
when Mr Nott will deliver his opening openingaddress openingaddre openingaddress
address addre to the jury juryDuring juryDuring juryDuring
During the day Justice Dowling Dowlln had hadoccasion hadoccasion hadoccasion
occasion to call attention to the fact factthat faotthat factthat
that many talesmen although their theirnames theirnames theirnames
names have lave been placed on the special specialjury 8 sneclaljury lal laljury
jury panel pan l Insist that they lhe will permit permitsympathy permitsmpathy permitsympathy
sympathy to enter Into a ease when whendiet whentney whenthey
they are called upon to render a ver verdict verdict
dict Justice Ju Uce Dowling said that he hewould hewould hewould
would call the attention of the eom eommlsisoner commI8180n eommisleoner
mlsisoner mI8180n r of jurors to this and insist insistthat Insistthat insistthat
that the names of all talesmen We men who did didnot didnot didnot
not fill the necessary neoe ary requirements be bestricken bestricken bestricken
stricken from the special Jury panel panelIn panelIn panelIn
In order to get on that list l8t a candidate candidatefor candidatefor candidatefor
for Jury duty must qualify first and andswear andswear andswear
swear that he will in convict upon circum circumstantial e1rcumstanttal eircumstantial ¬
stantial evidence not allow sympathy to tosway toSWiLY tosway
sway him and that he will render rend r a averdict aerdlet averdict
verdict erdlet of guilty guilt of murder in the th first firstdegree ftJtlJtdegree firstdegree
degree provided the evidence convinces convinceshim convlneeshim convinceshim
him beyond a reasonable doubt of the theguilt theguilt
guilt of the defendant I I
WM HUNTS WIDOW BENEFICIARY BENEFICIARYBy
By the provisions of the will of William Wil William William ¬
liam A Hunt filed for probate today todaythe todaythe todaythe
the entire personal estate is bequeathed bequeathedto
to his widow Mrs Annetta Hunt The Thewill Thew1U Thewill
will is dated July 2 19 19The 1904 1904ilte 1904The
The real estate of the testator Is givenfor given givenfor glv 1 1fer
for the use of the widow during her herwidowhood herwidowhood herwidowhood
widowhood and on her remarriage or ordeath Qrd9flth ordeath
death the real estate e tate goes to the three threesons threeonsHenry threesonsHenry
sons onsHenry Henry William and Paul Mrs MrsHunt MrsHunt MrsBunt
Hunt is named as the executrix executrixAmerica executrtxAmerica executrixAmerica
America AmericaIs
I Is IsDefenseless IsDefenseless IsDefenseless
Defenseless Defenselessin
in the theFar ther
Far East EastSays EastSalis as asSays
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Hobson Hobsonin
in In His Second SecondArticle SecondArticle SecondArticle
Article Articleof Articleof Articleo
of o the e Series SeriesAbout SeriesAbout t tAbout
About Aboutthe Aboutthe
the e Japanese JapanesePeril JapanesePeril JapanesePeril i
Peril PerilBuy PerilBuy PerilBuy
Buy The TheSunday Th ThSunday e eSunday
Sunday Times lies
CARNEGIE HOME HOMEBEGS HOMEBEGS
BEGS INVESTORS INVfSTORSlOt INVESTORSIOKEEP
lOt IOKEEP KfEP NERVE
SteeLKing Steel ig Delighted That ThatPanic ThatPanic ThatPanic
Panic in Market Is IsNearing IsNearing IsNearing
Nearing an End EndNEW I IKEW
I INEV
NEW TORK Oct NAndrew 2 Andrew Car Carnegie Carnecle Cntnegle ¬
negie arrived In New York on onlht onlhtteamer the thtsteamer theateaytier
steamer Baltic this till morning Before it itwas itwas itwas I
was possible J HlbIe to question qu tkm him Concernrag concern concernIng concernIng
Ing rag the thelinancHl flnanoial upheaval in New York Yorkh 1orkit Yorkhe
h he said saidThere sJdTht saidThere
There Tht e is s plenty of bad b d news await ¬
ing I seeBefore see seeBefore aJe tt ttI
I Before it was possible po tble to Inform him himof hhuof henof
of what conditions really wore he hertoRched hereached bereached
reached into his pocket po ket and drew forth fortha
a slip Up of paper which judging front frontthe tronthe frontthe
the many erasures thereon th r64tn had bean beanvery bed1yery beenvery
very carefully prepared and edited editedThe editedThe dJtedThe
The opening paragraph referred to tothe tothe tothe
the very latest news namely the re renewal r rnewal renewal ¬
newal of confidence in th the financial In Institutions Institutions inetitutions ¬
stitutions
Elated at News NewsDelighted NCWGUDellghttKl NewsDelighted
Delighted to read the good news this thismorning thism thismorning
morning m rnlng Surprised that the fall in iustocks inatock instocks
stocks had been so small This proves provesthat prOV86tbat provesthat
that the situation is not alarming and andthat audlhat andthat
that the th country la all right Investors Investorshave Inv Investorshave trs trshaLve
have only to hold on onThe onThe onThe
The prompt issue of the certificate certificatewill cerl1ftcatewnt certificatewilt
will bring everything all right The Thufinancial Thefipandal rhLftuanclal
financial authorities have acted boldly
but wisely and the Hurry will soon soonblow Soonblow soonblow
blow over It is quite right for the thesavings WeavinCs thesavings
savings bank to require notice It Itshould Itshould Itshould
should not be f urgottcn however that thatwe thatwe
we have had the greatest expansion exp slon of ofmodern ofmodern ofmodern
modern times and sure as faith re reaction reaction ¬
action must come and has already come comeand comeand
and it will be helpful helpfulWe helpCulWe helpfulVe
We Ve may have a a season of less ac activity notivity ¬
tivity in trade tradel but that will be followed followedin
in due time by DY another period of ex expansion expassion ¬
passion pansionNothing paft8lonNothng passionNothing
Nothing can prevent the rapid progress prog progress rog rogreM ¬
ress of the Republic She ie all right rightand rightand
and bound to distance all competitors competitorsin
in the race Speculation will be less to tothe tothe tothe
the front for a time but general eneral busi business business business ¬
ness will not suffer seriously seriouslyMuch serJouslyMuch seriouslyMuch
Much Concerned ConcernedNotwithstanding ConcernedNotwithstanding ConcernedNotwithstanding
Notwithstanding Mr Carnegies hope hopeful hopeful hopeful ¬
ful expression it was very evident that thathe thathe thathe
he is more than ordinarily concerned inthe in inthe Inthe
the financial conditions of today He Heshook Heshook Heshook
shook his head In rather emphatic man manner manner manner ¬
ner as he spoke of the present condi conditions conditions conditions ¬
tions and he was most mostshltty shifty when di direct direct dimet ¬
rect questions uestions were asked as to whether whetherthere whetherthere whetherthere
there should really be hopefulness or orMr orIII oralarm
III alarm alarmMr
Mr Carnegle Carnegie was told + nid that the West WeatInghouse WestInghouae Westinghouse
Inghouse Company CO 11 > 8ny had gone into the thefeands theltands thehands
hands of o a receiver receiverI
I know that he said and I am amsorry amsorryvery antsorryvery
sorry sorryvery very very sorry Westlnghouse WestlnghouseIs
Is a genius He is a a wonderful w whas man nand and andhas andhas
has done great gr 8t good for the country countryWhat countryVhat countryWhat
What Vhat he needs Is a a sound conservative conservativechange conwervaUvetlnanclal conservativefinancial
financial man manWhat manWhat
What about the Plttsburg Pittsburg stock ex exchange n
change being closed closedOh ed four days daysthat Isnt Isntright Isntthat
that most serlous serlousOh serious am
Oh ptttsburg Is i all right I am n sorryt0 sorry sorryto sorryto
to hear 1e r about the exchange being closed closedbut closedbut closedbut
but all PlttsbuTR needs to do is to keep keepup keepup keeptip
up nerve n rve and everything will come out outaft outaU outall
aft aU right rightIs rightIs rightIs
Is there anything anything else you QU can n say sayabout saysbout sayabout
about PittsburgNo Pittsburg PittsburgNo Fit18burgNQ
No nothing nothh of importanceNow importance importanceHove ImportanceHow
Hove about the report that you were weregohifr w weregoing re regolnJ
going > to make a change In the he endow endowment endowment endowment ¬
ment of the Carneige Institute In InPittsburs InPItt inPittsburg
Pittsburs PittsbursNo PItt PittsburgNo bur burNo =
No I intend making no change at atn atall
all n 1 Everything will remain the same sameDo snmeDo sameDo
Do you contemplate any change In Inthe Inthe dothe
the future at all allNothing anNothing allNothing
Nothing that I can see now Every Everything Eerything Everything ¬
thing is most mo t satisfactory satisfactoryMr
Mr Carnegie was accompanied by byMrs byafrcCarnegie
afrcCarnegie Mrs Carnegie and little sits Miss fsl1 Marguerite MargueriteCarnegie MargueriteCarnegie MargueriteCarnegie
Carnegie Both of them are arb act in splendid splendidhealth splondldea1th splendidhealth
health ea1th and he himself looks very very well wellHP wenHt wellHe
HP chuekingiy CI1uekJ o y remarked re rk6d that he man managed mLnAared manto ¬
aged to keep so by his hfs golf playing and andalso Rndtfso anda
a also so that he is becoming better on the
links than ever
< >
TOTAL DIVORCES DIVORCESIN
IN TWO DECADES DECADESREACH DECADESREACHI
REACH 1300UOn 1300UOnA 3OOMOOo
Approximate A PProxima Estimate Estim tof tofCensus of ofCensus o f fCensus
Census gi figures figur ures es Are AreAppalling AreApptdling AreA
A Appalling AppallingMotherin ApptdlingMotherin PIS lli nh nhher4nLaw
Motherin Motherin her4nLaw Law and IncooMot In Incompatibility lncom ¬
cooMot compatibility com patibil P PCauses atibiliY t ty Chief ChiefCauses hief hiefCauses
Causes for Suits SuitsThat SuitsThat SuitsThat
That a stupondotMf etupe tupend dose total of approxi approximately approximately approximately ¬
mately UMec + 4 imtappy married eeu eeuplea eeupIes eaupies
pIes or S800000 J1JJ roo luckless individuals individualshave IndlvJdualhave Individuatehave
have been before the Ut courts of the thacountry thtlcouttry thecountry
country to secure dNbreeu between the theyear theyear theyear
year 11187 B7 and iSOff 806 Inclusive will be the thebasis thabasis thdbasis
basis of a startling report now being beingcompiled betniCocmplled beingoemplled
compiled by the Census C Bureau BureauSticklers BureauSUcklen BureauSticklers
Sticklers for divorce reform have a adecided adecided adecided
decided shock coning to then when the thereport thereport
report is I made pgMla pwltllcJi4Weral several months monthshence monthbence monthshence I
hence for th the pubUoaiJojt pu pabUoatieitwill UcUtt111 will contain containcertain containcert4lu containcertaltt
certain information concerning more moredomestic mor mordomutlc moredomestic
domestic troubles than ever before beforetreated beforetreated beforetreated
treated between two covers coversI coversA coversA
I A otal > Ul1 of 2860 IiO clerks el < < k and special specialgenr speet1agent specialagent
agent genr have hav be been n at work for some somemonths suftMmonti somemonths
months monti gathering gatbel1 g this th1 distressing dt tr8 8lng data dataand dB dBand dataand
and about MO are still eara engaged gaged s stask In In the thetask
task There are about ut 41400 41 MlB > > remaining remainingcases reml remainingcases ftlng ftlngCUe8
cases to to b4t investigated IIn88 gated sot e t of the num number um umher j
ber stated stat before tit iii Held Wrk wcnknbed is isfltisbed isfit
fltisbed fit ished and tile work of compilation compilationproper compilationroper compilationproper
proper roper will begin beginTails beginTells I
Tails Why They Divorce DivorceNot DivorceNot DivorceNot
Not only wilt tb the horses u experts tell tellof tUof tellof
of the number nu of dtooroe eases eue filed filedbut Iliadbut Ied Iedbut
but the agues ftgw presetted pnawet + ed < < l t W a cold coldand coldand okI okIand
and unsympathetic public will explainhow explain explainhow oxplahato
how to and why so many married rrt couples couplesare coupJeaare couplesare
are alternated and aftr at married JM1rI lives livesof Jivesof livesof
of anywhere from on OM day to fifty fiftyyearn flftyyears tittyy
years y the ft respective reepeo v belligerents be lgerents flee ee to tothe tothe tothe
the courts for a dissolution dl8 oludoa of the un uncongenial Uftcongenial uncongenial ¬
congenial union unionThe untonTbo unionThe
The grounds upon which divorces divorceehave divorceshave dhGreehae
have been asked comprise everything everythingi everythingfrom everythingfrom
i from the plaint of o the bride that she shejia sheIs sheis
jia Is not petted enough to statutory statutorygrounds statutorygrounds statutorygrounds
grounds and the ever available mother motherinlaw mother1ft1W motherinlaw
inlaw complaint Census officials o Iclals are arei arerebcent arereticent
i reticent as to details concerning concerningreport tatthe the thereport thereport theif
report but it is not gaiasayed gal s yed that if ifthe Itthe ifthe
the divorce statistics are to pry real realdeep rtMldeep realdeep
deep into American family f affairs the themotherinlaw th thmotheruta1 themotherinlaw
motherinlaw will csrtawy get hen hersand henand henand
and as a disturbing element will stand standnear staJtdnear standnear
near the head of the Mat Tee T o mush mushrace mtJ miuehrace h htace
race suicide and not eo3fe R race ra eau1 eau1e1 sui suiI sulthe
I the doe e1 e win also have a standing some somewhere somewhere m mwhere ¬
where in Ut UM list white wha the eoaoral ral 1 alle allegation aileg8UOft allogatlon ¬
gation of Incompatibility will a 111 lbe be shown shownto
i to have been worked 4k1I overtime
And It Happens Everywhere EverywhereTh
The Th New York Chicago and North NorthDakota NortkDakota NorthDakota
Dakota courts are of o course oxpeeted oxpeetedto QXpeot QXpeotto
to furnish tuntl more than their proportion proportionate ¬
ate share of the material for the inter interesting fntere Interesting ¬
esting e tln family booklet but the field fieldagents fieldtu6nts fieldagents
agents have also al o delved into the out outofway outofay outofway
ofway places all over the country and andhave andhave andhave
have found evidences of marital unhap unhapplneos unhapplReMJ unhappinees
plneos in bingvllle as well as the most moatexclusive mostI mostexclusive
I exclusive etlu tva social circles of New York YorkThe YorkI YorkThe
The bureau has kindly arranged how however however
I ever to present pre eut in the th same 8 me report sta statistics staI star startistiee ¬
tistics U Uo as to marrl marriages 88 in this periodand period periodand verlodand
I and it is hoped h that the figures on onthis onthUs onthis
this side of Cupids ledger will be such suchas suchas suchas
as to not completely eseourage these thesewho thOS8who thesewho
who are l8 about to take tiie t i step and who whomight whoMight whomight
might naturally become alarmed at the theofflcial theo theofficial
official o ldal report that 2s0t 2801000 000 others hadsought had hadsought hdIiOUght
sought wedded bliss and an found foun it non nonest nonest nonest
est
Are Not Complete Compl te Yet YetThe YetThe YetThe
The divorce statistics 8ttl Ucs are by no means meanscomplete meanscomplete meanscomplete
complete and the work of compilation compilationhas
has not yet et begun therefore census censusofficiate censusofllclal8 censusomciac
officiate would make no definite announcement an announcement announcement ¬
nouncement as 8 to its It full scope It has hasso hajj hasso
so far advanced however to arrive at atapproximate atapproximate atapproximate
approximate totals and to denote that thatnearly thatnet thatndrly
nearly net rly a million and a ahalf half couples have haveengaged haveengagetl haveengaged
engaged in family tilts morning noonand noon noonand noonand
and night during the last twenty twent years yearsIt yearsIt ctlrs ctlrsIt
It is estimated that of this number two twothirds twothirds twothirds
thirds of them have been successful successfulIn succe ful fulIn
In their suits while the remainder have havefailed havefailed havefailed
failed to find relief in the courts courtsOn courtsOn courtsOn
On the whole the report will become becomea b come comea
a a great reference book for the advo advocates adocates advocates ¬
I cates of trial marriages marrJa es their only re regret regret regret ¬
gret being that it will not deal with withthe withthe withthe
the affinities soil ties which have sprung up
like mushrooms during 907 907The 901I 90 90The
I The report in detail I is 181Ot not to be made madepublic madepublic madepublic
I public until early next spring springIQIIQPFPT springSUSPECT ring ringSUSPECT
IQIIQPFPT I SUSPECT PI PLOT PLOTTO PLOTTO ni
j oUorLui rLU I ILONDON
TO KILL EDWARD EDWARDLONDON
LONDON Oct 88 KA A supposed plot plotto plotto plotto
to assassinate King Edward of England Englandwas Englandw Englandwas
was w s uncovered through the arrest today todayof toda todayof
of a man who gives his name as John JohnPearce JohnPearce JohnPearce
Pearce for loitering near Sir Ernest ErnestCaseels ErnestCannels
Caseels Chippenham Park residence residencewhere residencewhere
where the King had been shooting for fora fora
a week weekI weekI
I was set out to shoot a gentleman gentlemanwho gentlemanwho
who comes here to kill game said the theprisoner theprisoner
prisoner when whenarrested arresUd and Im going goingto goingto
to shoot him tooThe too tooThe tooTho
The man was remanded to New Mar Market Market Market ¬
ket jail j ll An attempt is made to Induce Inducehim Inducehim inducehim
him to reveal the details dctall of the plot plotand plotand
and to give the names of his accom accomplices accomplices ¬
plicesThe plices plicesThe
The Prince of Wales who also shoots shootsover shootsover
over the Chippenham Park preserves preserveswas preserveswas
was to have arrived shortly to spend spendnext spendnext
next n tw week weekWILL weekWILL
WILL TRAIN ON THE NEWPORT NEWPORTThe
The gunboat Newport has been or ordered ordered ordered ¬
dered to New York where it will be become become ¬
come a 8 training ship for the New York Yorkpublic Yorkpublic Yorkpublic
public schools Contrary to report the theold theold theold
old St Marys which has served as a atraining atraining atraining
training ship many years will not be beput beput beput
put out of commission but will be re retained retained retamed ¬
tained In conjunction with the New Newport NewpOit Newpost ¬
port
135 to Baltimore and Return ReturnEvery ReturnEvery ReturnEverySaturdav
EverySaturdav Every Every Saturday and andSunday Sunday via Pennsyl Pennsylvania Pennsylanla Pennsylvania ¬
vania anla Railroad Tickets good returning returninguntil returningunUl returninguntil
until Sunday night All regular trains trainsexcept traInsexcept trainsexcept
except Congressional Limited L1m1tedA Adv v
Demand Reward RewardFor RewardFor RewardFor
For Journalist JournalistNot JournalisNot JournalistVot
Not Vot Punishment
KAISER S R WILHELiWho WILHELI WILHELIWho WIL WILWho
Who Is Said to Have Orderid Orden Trial TrislIN Tri51MOLTKE TrialMOLTKE
MOLTKE WRITHES WRITHESIN
IN HIS CHAIR ASlAWYER ASLAVYERACUSES AS ASSevere
lAWYER LAVYERACUSES LAVYERACUSESSevere AG USkS USkSSevere
Severe Arraignment of ofCourt ofCourt ofCourt
Court Circles Circlesih in Trial Trialof Trialof Trialof
of Harden for Libel LibelBERLIN LibelBERLIN LibelBERLIN
BERLIN Get tot 31 SDenouncing Denouncing the po political poUUeal political ¬
litical and moral corruption which lie liedeclared 1Mdeclared hedeclared
declared almost the rule In German Germancourt Germaacourt Germancourt
court c4roiee Lawyer Bernstein B teIA de demanded demanded demanded ¬
manded reward not punishment for forEditor forEditor forEditor
Editor Harden today to day as ha th t Journalists Journalistsdue
due for exposing conditions which whichthreaten wblebthreaten whichthreaten
threaten the countrys oountry welfare welfarebarges welNreIn welfareIn
In defending Harden against the libel libeleharges libelcharges
barges brought against him by Gen GenCount GenCount GenCount
Count von Moltke whom the former fonnoraccused form formaceused formeraccused
accused of membership in the Knights Knightsof Kill hta htaof
of o the Round Table an organisation organisationcharged orpnlHUoRcharged organlaa organlaacharged
charged with devotion both to political politicalIntrigues politicalIntrigues MIUtIclIntrigues
Intrigues of the most dangerous char character character character ¬
acter and to the most shocking sbockl g Imraer tmMerallUes Immeralities
allUes Bernstein delivered an a address addresswhich adclreewhich addresswhich
which made Moltke fairly writhe in Ms Msseat kIsHat hisseat
seat while the court attendants and andspectators aDdspectators andspectators
spectators listened in almo almost t awe awestricken aW8stricken awestricken
stricken silence silenceThat silenceThat silenceThat
That the t e suit was begun at Kaiser Kaleer1Vilhelms KaiserWllhelnVs XAlMrVilhelms
WllhelnVs command the lawyer repeat repeatedly repeatedlyaseerted repeatedit ¬
edit edlyaseerted edlyaseertedWas asserted assertedWas assertedWas
Was a Public Service ServiceHaving ServiceHaying ServiceHaving
Having ascertained that a group of de degenerates degenerates degenerates ¬
generates surrounded the Kaiser Kat and andthat andthat andthat
that its members sought through him himto bInIto himto
to influence the policies of the empire empireBernstein empireBernsteIn empireBernstein
Bernstein asserted that Harden ha had psr r r rformed rformed
formed a public service of < iHS incalculable lnea1culBlealult incalculablevalue 1
value alult t hv by Axnosintr exposing the guilty ana anacausing and aJMlcou andheir
causing cou 1ng their heir expiumun expulsion u from nu JTVBU JTVBUimportance posts of ofImportlnce >
importance trope tropethe causingnce nce at court in the army and in inthe 1ftthe
the diplomatic service serviceHavinff serviceH
Having H vin = accomplished t toverthrow the criminals criminalso crlm crlmoerthrow
o overthrow rthroV even at the cost of shock shockeluded sobockIngthe shockIng
Ingthe Ing the entire world the lawyer con concluded coneluded
eluded nothing remains but to acquitthe acquitthe acquit acquitthe
the editor with lth high praise for his ener energLawyer enertY energy
and courage courageLawyer courageLawyer °
gLawyer tY Lawyer Von Gordon Qrdon followed woa Bern Bernstein BernStein Bernstein ¬
stein with an address repudiating Har Hardens Hardene Herdens
dens charges in so far at least as they theyconcerned thtyconcerned theyconcerned
concerned Von Moltke and demanding demandingthe demandingthe
the editors punishment not only for forthe forthe forthe
the injury he has wrought but for the thevindication the1ndlcaUon thevindication
vindication of the counts character characterTestimony characterTestimony characterTestimony
Testimony Stopped StoppedTho StoppedThe StoppedThe
The taking of testimony in the Von VonMoltkeHarden VonMoltkeHarden VonMoltkeHarden
MoltkeHarden case was stopped stoppedabruptly stoppttdahruptly stoppedabruptly
abruptly by y Justice Kern yesterday af afternoon afternoon t ternOOU ¬
from fromthe fromthe fromthe
ternoon ernOOU with the announcement
the the bench that the court had heard heardenough heardenough heardenough
enough to satisfy him concerning the thecharacter thecharacter thecharacter
character of the decision though no in indication Indication Indication ¬
dication was given concerning concerningthe the rul ruling rul1n ruling ¬
ing 1n to be made madnPolice madlpolice madePolice
Police Ci Captain 4 tart V8n Treskow was dele delegated dlegoated delegated ¬
gated to visit Prince Zuelenberg Zuelon todetermine to todetermine todetermine
orgt orgtto
determine whether it was true truewas that he hewas hewas
was too ill to appear as a a witness but buton buton buton
on calling at the princes prln s house was wasrefused wasrbrused wasrefused
refused admittance admittanceTho admittancelihejusUce admittanceThe
The lihejusUce justice asked Von Moltke If it itwere Itwere itwere
were true that he resigned his army armypost armypost armyaccusa
post on account of Hardens accusa accusations accusations ¬
tions and was answered by the thelies lies count countthat countthat
that such a mountain of him lies had hadbeen hadbeen d
been heaped up against him liarwear thatbeen that he hetake hefelt
floe floefelt
the Em Emperors
felt he could DO longer longerperor wear
the justice to totake totake
peror perors s COt He begged
take into consideration the ruin of his hiscareer hiscareer hiscareer
career in rendering the decision decisionThe decisionThe j jThe
The justice after stopping the taking takingof takmgot takingyesterday
of testimony testimonyys yesterday informed the tb at attorneys attorn attorneys ¬
torneys torn torneystestimony ys S on onbth both sides that they woOW wotiidho vOtftdbe I Ibo
bo permitted to argue r Uts the case today todayHarden todarHarden todayHarden
Harden received the wildest ovation ovattonfrom ovationfrom ovationfrom
from the crowd as he left theroom the court courtroom courtroom
room yesterday an and on re returning urn ng today todayVon tOdaYvon todayVon
Von Moltkea nerves nerv ar an If evidently gtving giv giving giving ¬
ing way under the strain His occa occasional OCC OCCslonal occasional ¬
sional interruptions of the court pro proceedings proceedings proceedings ¬
ceedings aro for the most part lace incoherent 1800herent laceherent ¬
herent and his manner that of a a man manalmost nw11a11108t manalmost
almost unbalanced mentally mentallyThe mentJtllyIhe mentallyThe
The conservative press speaking It Itclarcs 1tclar5 itclams
clams in tho Interest of public morality moralityis moraJltIs moralityis
is beginning b glnnlnS to clamor for the suppres suppression su UPltrMslon rete retesion ¬
sion of details of the trial It is f le unlikely un unlikely unlIk91y ¬
likely that at this stage steps 8t will be betaken betaken hetaken
taken t tn prevent the publication of the therQ theyrocearIngs
yrocearIngs rQ tS
t
< t
EDITOR HARDEN HARDENSued HAID HARDENSued > EU EUSued
Sued for Libel by Count Von Moltke MoltkeThree MoltkeGOVERNORS MolticeGOVERNORS
GOVERNORS MEET MEETTO BEETTO
TO PLAN FIGHT FIGHTFOR FIGHTFOR
FOR LOW RATES RATESThree RASESThree
Three Chief Executives ExecutivesConfer ExecutivesConfer ExecutivesConfer
Confer on Railroad RailroadSituationTufesday RailroadSituation RailroadSituation
SituationTufesday Situation Tuesday TuesdayI
I
Governor Glenn Glenn of North Carolina Carolinawho Carolinawho Carolinawho
who is in Washington ashlngton to see what whatcan whatcan who whocan
can be done to secure for his Stale Stalean SLalean Statean
an inspection ItHlpectl of the Southern railways railwaysbooks raUv3Jsbooks railwaysbooks
books covering cotering the iast ast twelve years yearsannounced YOOISftnounced yearsannounced
announced today that he has accepted accepteda
a a telegraphic invitation from Gov Hoktt HokttSmith Hok HokSmith HokaSmtth
Smith of Georgia to meet the Georgia Georgiagovernor GeocXig6ernor Georgiagovernor
governor and Governor Comer o or Ala Alabama Alaba Alabama ¬
bama ba in Atlanta next Tuesday In a aconference Hconference aconference
conference to decide what general generalpolicy generallIcy generalpolicy
policy lIcy the Southern States St es shall pursue pursuetoward pursuetowanl pursuetoward
toward railroads in the matter or passenger pas passenger Pft Pftsenger ¬
senger rates ratesIt ratesIt ratesIt
It was said today tod y on the highest au authority auUIOrity authority ¬
thority that the Southern railway raJIWB will willmake d11make iil iilmake
make a general proposition propo lUon to the theStates theStuM theStates
States In which it does business bu ln85S that thatit tnatIt thatit
it will carry passengers ajt t a 8 maximum maximumrate maximumrate ulUm ulUmrate
rate of 2 sa cents a mile mileIt milen mileIt
It was also I o said that both North NorthCarolina NorthCaroUna NorthCarolina
Carolina and Virginia V Irginln will reject such suchrate sucha
a a rate as they are convinced they have havean haVLan ha t tan
an excellent x nenl chance to secure from the thecourts thocourts thecourts
courts a 8 ruling that the the 2cent 2 < ent rate rateshall rateshall rateshall
shall be thaw the Jaw It Is not thought thoughtprobable thoughtlrObable thoughtprobable
probable the States will allow the rail railroads raHrftdB railmade ¬
roads to make their own terms This ThisIs ThisIs Thisis
Is a 8 question that will some come ome up for diseussion dis discussion lH lHeU88Ion ¬
cussion before the conference oo feronce of hEthree the thethree lhEthree
three governors Tuesday in Atlanta It Itis ItJII ItIs
is generally recognized now that theSouthern the theSouthern UleSouthern
Southern States are in the fight for the the2cent thent thecxnt
2cent cxnt nt rate in earnest and that theywill they theywill UUYValli
will neglect no opportunity that prom promisee prO promises l lfHS ¬
isee victory victoryGovernor victoryGovernor victoryGovernor
Governor Glenn Is In conference to today tod today ¬
day d y with former Governor Aycock and andfcrmvr andrm andcrater
fcrmvr crater rm r Representative Woodward Woodwardcounsel Wood Woodtsardcounsel artl artlcounsel
counsel for the State of North Carolina Carolinain
in the rate case It is is now probable probablethat prolmblotl19t probablethat
that those the e three will appeal ap to a highercourt higher higheri hlgllucourt
i court from the ruling of Standing MasT MasTter alas alaster 18S 18Ster
ter Montgomery that tie Southcri Southerns Southernsbooks Southullsbooks a abooks
books can be looked into only fur a aperiod aperiod aperiod
period o two yours back They want wantto WIlDtto wantto
to s Me them lor twelve years ya rs back backThe backThe backThe
The hearing before Standing Master MasterMomsromery lIasterMontJOmery MasterBlonegomery
Momsromery will be resumed re umed in this thiscity tblsIt thiscity
city It Monday MondayGovernor Monda MondaGovetttor MondayGovernor
Governor Glenn Intends Intends to go back backto backto backto
to North Carolina this Bening evening imme immediately imm immdiately bntmsdiately ¬
diately after his conference with withCQck Ay Aycock Aycock
cock and Woodward
BANKS BANKSDEMAND BANKSDEMAND BANKSDEMAND
DEMANDN01 DEMANDNOTICE DEMAND DEMANDNOTICE
NOTICE NOTICECrowded NOTICECrowded N01 ICE ICECrowded
Crowded Lines Disap Disappear Disappear Disappear ¬
pear and an Situation SituationSeems SituationSeems SituationSeems
Seems Improved ImprovedMany ImprovedMany ImprovedMany
Many Send eIl in In Written WrittenDesires WrittenDesires ri en enDesires
Desires to o Withdraw WithdrawDeposits WithdrawDeposits WithdrawDeposits
Deposits DepositsCortelyou DepositsCortelyou Depositsl
Cortelyou l Given Credit Creditfor CreditforTerminating Crediti Creditor
for forTerminating or Terminating i the theMoney theMoney e eone
Money one Flurry FlurryNEW
NEW YORK Oct 26 2ftAll All o ot the thosavings theaavings thesavings
savings banks in New York today todayrefused todayrefused todayrefused
refused to pay depositors on de demand demaud ¬ t tmand
mand Under an agreement reached reachedat
at a meeting of their presidents presidentsyesterday pre presidentsyesterday idents identsyesterday
yesterday the banks b nks took advantage advantageof
of the clause in I1 their bylaws which whichpermits whichpermits whichpermits
permits them to demand from fromthirty fromthirty fromthirty
thirty to ninety days notice from fromdepositors fromdepositors fromdepositors
depositors who wish to draw on ontheir ontheir ontheir
their accounts accountsNotices accountsNotices accountsNotices
Notices were posted on all 1l savings savingsbanks savingsbanks savingsbanks
banks to this effect today from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the biggest with deposits of almost
100000000 to the smallest with withdeposits withdeposits withdeposits
deposits of only 17000 The result resultwas resultwas resultwas
was felt immediately At those thosebanks thmoebanks thosebanks
banks which had experienced runs runsthe runsthe runsthe
the lines disappeared although althoughmany althoughmany althoughmany
many filed written notice of their theirintention theirintention theirintention
intention to withdraw their de deposits deposits deposits ¬
posits at the aspiration tiOll of the thethirty thethirty thethirty
thirty sixty or ninety day days accord accordtog according according
ing to whichever period the t e bank bankadopted bankadopted bankadopted
adopted
Runs Practically OverThere Over OverThere OverThere
There was practically an ead of the theruns theruns theruns
runs on the Trust Company of 1 Americathe America Americathe Amerilthe
the Lincoln Trust Company nod Ihl oilier oilierbanks 01 oilierbanks her herb
banks b Dks today Th The number numb8 of deposi depositors d dtpsitors < epfU epfUtors ¬
tors in line was W3 small U and there was wasan Wasan wasan
an entire sl absence > < jic of the fiin feeiinalarm teiinr teiinralarm 0 0alarm < >
alarm that fca has fi prevailed since Tuesday
The subtreemiry subtr8 RttJ continue under unJ r the thedirection thedirection thedirection
direction of Secretary of the Treasury Treasur TreasurGeorge
George B Cortelyou C gtelyou to pour po rtrams rtramsof rtr > am amof amof
of cash into the threatened hunksTrucks banks banksTrucks nks nksTrucb
Trucks and wagons backed Mok 4 up at the thesub thtsubtreasury tihzsubtreasury
sub subtreasury treasury today and carted away gold goldsilver goldInver goldsilver
silver and treasury notes notesOne not notOne notesOne
One truck carried away 1 111 bags containing con containing containing ¬
taining 1600 each which was sent ent to toa toa toa
a a Brooklyn bank ban There was received receivedfrom receivedfrom receivedfrom
from Washington JWOOQ le404tb4 eooe in bills of ofsmall orsmall ofsmall
small denomination for which there has hasbeen haabeen hasbeen
been a great demandThe demand demandThe dlmandThe
The Terminal Bank of Brooklyn sus suspended suspended sunpended ¬
pended today temporarily and 1M the State Statebank Stateb Statebank
bank b nk examiner took charge No other othersuspensions othersuspensions othersuspensions
suspensions have been reported reportedMarket reperMdMarket reportedMarket
Market Shows Gains GainsThe GainsThe GainsThe
The stock market showed decided decidedgains decidedgains decidedgains
gains at the opening and Dd in London Londonthere Londonthere Londonthere
there was a gain of from one to two twopoints twopoints twopoints
points throughout the American list listSecretary listSecretatjo listSecretary
Secretary Cortelyou declared that the thesituation thesituation thesituation
situation was very bright His H J view viewwas viewwas viewwas
was shared by J P Morgan James JamesStinman JamesStl JamesStlRman
Stinman Stl man and other leading financiers financiersSecretary ftnJtciersSecretary financierSecretary
Secretary of the Treasury Cortelyou Cortelyoaarrived Cortelyouarrhed Cortelyouarrived
arrived at the subtreasury at 1030 10 34 a a m mtoday mtoda mtoday
today toda and he had not been there more morethan morethan morethan
than five minutes when he was joined
by George 1C V Perkins of the firm of
J P Morgan d Co and the two went
into conference In the course of half halfan haIran halfan
an hour Mr rr Perkins came out of the
building and said to the reporters reportersThe reportersThe reportersThe
The situation beyond question of a
doubt is IsgreaUy greatly improved I believe believethat beUnethat
that today will see the end of the
trouble Everything Everyt htg tan fact is now
0 K
James Stlllman nresMmt Dresl Bt of the Na N ¬
tional City Bank after att a conference conferencewith eonfetencew1Lh conferencewith
with other members of the Clearing
House had this to say Sif SifThe
The whole situation slt atlon is very much
better In fact the situation ha has been beenuaved beensewed beensaved
sewed by the heroic action of the tit Secre ser sertary ¬
tary of the Treasury Tre unary and nd the whole ¬
hearted cooperation and rfitttvrfi of
Mr Morgan MorganWall MorganWaU MorganWall
Wall Street Convinced ConvincedWall ConvincedWall ConvincedWall
Wall Street and a d even the general 8IleraI pub public publlc public ¬
lic were today todayapperentiy apparently convinced convincedthat conVincedthat convincedthat
that the financial scare is over or at atleast atleast atleast
least firmly under control The pouring pouringof
of millions into the banks b nks and into the themarket themarket themarket
market by the th big financiers and by the theGovernment theGovernment theGovernment
Government hAs met with success successSuch iUCCes4lSuch iucceseSuch
Such confld cOnfidce ce was felt among the themen themen themen
men who really understand the situation situationthat sltuaUonthat situationthat
that confidence of bIg bankers who have havebeen h6befn havebeen
been coping with the situation was wasdeemed wasdeemed wasdeemed
deemed unnecessary unnecessaryThe unnecessaryThe unnecessaryThe
The fight has been won declared declaredJ
J P Morgan MorganMr MorganMr MorganMr
Mr Morgan is suffering from a se severe se severe sayere ¬
vere cold contracted as a result Tel > lilt of his hisIon his10Jlg hislong
Ion long hours and nd strenuous exertions to totide totide totide
tide the crisis over overUold ovorUold overGold
Uold aggregating SS b5oo00ee Gc > QH9 > OOO Is on In tho thoway theway
way from London to this port and is isexpected Isexpected isexpected
expected to arrive Monday onday It is nelng nelngimported OfOjngImported neangimported
imported by the National at1onal City Bunk BunkAnother IknkAnnthll BankAnother
Another bank is known to be planning planningto
to import 1000XX in gold goldThe goldThe goldThe
The line was still intact today at the tbflLincoln theLincoln
Lincoln Trust Company ComMU1 which is paying pay paying pa paIng ¬
ing all comers Great delay is caused causedhowevsr caulledhowevtr causedhowever
however ty the necessity of examin examining evuninins examining ¬
ing accounts and going over the books bookswhen bookswhon bookswhoa
when checks fur balances are presented presentedBrooklyn pre8ent presentedBrooklyn d dBrooklyn
Brooklyn Bank BankRuns BankRuns BankRuns
Runs Continue ContinueFlurry ContinueFlurry ContinueFlurry
Flurry Dying Out OutBROOKLYN OutBROOKLN Ou OuBROOKLYN
BROOKLYN N Y Oct St MA1though MA1thoughther 3iAlthoughthere Although Althoughthere
there ther is a run 8 of f msdorate shed sla tNd d pro proportions proporUons proportions ¬
portions on at the Nassau Nas au Trust Com Comnanv ComI Comnan1 Cornpunv
I nanv Broadway anc aikl Bedford avenue
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