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I S THE WASHINGTON TIMES TIl S SATURDAY OCTOBER OCTOBER26 26 1907
Williamsburg things generally are quiet quietaround Quletaround qutaround
around the financial section of o the theeastern t teeastern e eeastern
eastern district districtAt districtAt districtAt
At the Nasasu Trust Company de depositor depositors depositors ¬
positors began gathering early and when whenthe whenthe hen henthe
the time for opening ope came there were wereHO
140 or aw in line waiting to withdraw withdrawtheir withdrawtheir withdrawtheir
their money mane The Nassau Company CO 1luy hall haaa
a a paidup capital of JWOWO with total totalresources totalresource totalresources
resources amounting to over MOOOOOa MOOOOOaThe 10000001The IUOOUOWThe
The officers of the bank a u assert ert that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the institution IB I perfectly solvent and andwill andwUl andwill
will pay every ever depositor depositorEverything 4ep depositorEverything ltor ltorEverything
Everything is quiet around the doors doorsof doorsot dOOrSof
of the suspended First National and the theWilliamsburg theWllUamaburg theWilliamsburg
Williamsburg and Jenkins Trust Com Companies CompanleL Cornpanles ¬
panies The First National was the theclearing thedearlng theclearing
clearing bank for the TVllliamaburg TVllliamaburgTrust WllIlameburgTrust W1IliameburTrust
Trust Company and It is i said that the thesole thesole thesole
sole reason for the closing of the former farmerInstitution formerInstitution formerInstitution
Institution was that it might not be held heldliable heldliable heldliable
liable for the outstanding checks of ofthe otthe ofthe
the latter latterWomen latterWomen latterWomen
Women and Men MenIn MenIn MenIn
In FreeforAll FreeforAllFight FreeaforAIIFighf FreeforAllFighhit
Fight Fighhit at Banks BanksNEW
NEW YORK YOltK Got 1Ji1hhf This being Sat Saturday Satur Sattwoay ¬
urday ur ay and a short buaineee bu day da dc dcI dcIl ticIosItora
I Il IosItora > ositora in Hn Dna s at many of the Brook Brooklyn BrookJyn BrOOklyn ¬
lyn banks became so unruly unrui in thtlr thtlr1ort thtolrflLort thtIrtorts
< torts to get et near the head of the line linethat lines UIIEIIt linesthat
that t hat the police poll e were called on onThe OftThe onThe
The worst OM disturbance was reported reportedby report d dby
by the South Brooklyn Savings Bank Bankwhere B Iiaikwhere uk ukwhere
where the police tried In vain to keei keeimore kt kteislTtbre ll llmore
more than lGOO O depositors dlfiPO itors mostly wo women wom wonen ¬
men m n lit j lit line When it was wi realised that thatthe thatthe thtthe
the bank l Jt would not Lbe be able to pay oft oftalt oftall n nah
alt of lJfi f iiUN tl en before betor the closing ckang hour liourat 110uret hourat
at noon the line broke up up and stain stampeded stainpeded tatu tatuptded ¬
peded for the doors There was wa a gcn general gcnerl gcnrl ¬
eral rl fight in which hlch men tnd women tore toreeach tor torach toreeach
each ach others clothes fought scratched scratchedand scratchedand s ratchcd ratchcdand
and attacked tacked each h other otherThe otherThe otherThe
The police reserves r serves from fr m the Butler Butlerstreet Butlerstreet ButlcrBtroet
street station were called and after aftermuch aCtermuch afterriuch
much work they Ute straightened out the theline lhtHne theline
line and restored order These deposi depositors depositors depositrs ¬
tors re r so excited excltedthat that they still re remain r rmaln rema1n ¬
main in line lIneS although Klt Ough the bank had liadannounced hadannounced hadannounced
announced that It would in no case pay paya lJdYit
a desponlor more than 25 25 2 and that it itwould ItwouJd itwould
would take tak advantage of the clause in intheir iutheir intheir
their charter which permitted It to totkiuand totiouand totkniftnd
tkiuand thirty days notice of with withdrawal wIthrlwal withIriwaL ¬
drawal drawalPittsburg IriwaLPittsburg rlwalPittsburg
Pittsburg Stock Exchange ExchangeContinues ExchangeContinues ExchangeContinues
Continues With Doors Closed ClosedIITTSBURG ClosedI ClosedIITTSBURG ClosedIITTSBTJRG
I
IITTSBURG Oct X KACter itAfter After a short shortmet soortmttUng shortmetting
mttUng met ting of the board of directors of the theIittsburg thePittsburg theIittsburg
Iittsburg Stock Exchange it was s 1e dehIed docded 1ecnled
cnled hIed not to open the exchange today todaySecretary tooa tooaS todayStretary
Secretary S retary Charles J Helman whan whant wt wIsnsked ft ftkEd
t kEd if he thought the exchange would wouldbe WOukbt wouldb
b be opened Monday Jlonda replied that he ooud couldnot ooud11ot ooudrt
not sfjr sfjrIt flEYIt y yIt
It 1 h believed here ere that business will willI willlp willtt
I lp t > siKpemled until the financial turmoil turmoilJu
Ju l Sew l w York is entire enUrelv v quieted quietedRiia quietedRnn quietedRrn
Riia on Pawtucket PawtucketBanks PawtucketBanksBeginsEarly Banks BanksBegins I IBegins
Begins BeginsEarly Early in Day DayAWTUCKBT DayA DayAWTUCK
> AWTUCKBT A AWTUCK R R I Oct Tree TreeFawtucket TAr TArPdwtucket ThreePawtucket
Pawtucket banks are withstanding wJth lng runs runstoday ruastda runst
today tda t lay the depositors having gathered gatheredbefore ptbacedbdore gatheredbefore
before the doors several hours before beforete beforett beforete
te opening < The Institutions affected affectedre
i re r > the Slater Trust t Company the Paw Pawtucket Pawtucket Pawtucket
tucket Institution for Savings vings and the thelocal thejcal thelucal
local branch of the Industrial Trust TrustCompany TruittCompany Trusttompany
Company The last named has posted postedword poet poetword postedword
word that ninety days dy notice of with withdrawal withtawat 1th 1thrawal ¬
drawal must mu t be given White th tIM tIMtire en entire ontire ¬
tire night and day police force rCe has hAIlOrdEIM been beenordered beiordered
ordered out thus far there has been beenno b8ftno boonno
no disorder disorderRestored disorderRestored disorderRestored
Restored Confidence Shown ShownIn ShownIn ShownIn
In the London Stock Market MarketLONDON MarkeLONDON MarketLONDON
LONDON Oct at KR 2Reetorid Restored torld cecil confidence conSldcnce cecildence ¬
dence in the American financial situa situation situ sitution sltiiation ¬
tion waa reflected in the stock market marketat mark t tat
at the opening today todayPrices tocla toclaPrices todayPrices
Prices showed a general advance advancethroughout ahaneethro advancethroughout
throughout thro ghout the list from fractional galne galneto X1 gidostc M Mtn
to 2 points There was an undercurrent undercurrentof wid reurrent reurrentof
of strength and good demand d for Amer American AmerIcan Amerlean ¬
ican securities securitiesElkins securitiesElkins securitiesElkins
Elkins Currency Legislation LegislationWill LegislationWill LegislationWill
Will Encounter a Snag SnagIn SnagIn SnagIn
In Person of John Dalzell DalzellWhen DalzellVhen DalzellWhen
When Senator S ratr Elkins comes forward forwardwith forHartlwith forwardwith
with his proposed ed currency bill for the therelief tb tbr therelief
relief r > lIef of quaky business conditions he hewill hewill hewill
will bump up against Representative ReprestntaUveohn RepreseitatLve3ohn j
John ohn Dahtell of Pennsylvania Mr Dal DIllzdl Dalzi11 j jZf11
Zf11 is rather small of stature and haa haano lta ltai1c
no 11 thunderous tones in his throat but butwhen butwhen butwhen
when It comes to doing things in the theHouse theHouse theHouse
House of Representatives the Pttsburg PttsburgCongressman P Pttsburgorgressman ttaJburg ttaJburgorgressman
Congressman orgressman is generally on deck and andvery andvery andvery
very much In evidence He in a member memberot m memberf mbet mbetOf
ot f the powerful erful Committee on Rules Rulesand RultsSBud Rulesend
and as the Rules Committee dictates ab abscutely ab abEC abc1utely
scutely EC 1uteJy what bills shall go g through and amiwhat andwhat andwhat
what bills shall be sidetracked it be begins begns begns ¬
gns even at this date to look bluish bluishior bluishtor bluishbr
ior the Elkins lkins idea ideaI IdeaI
I am not at all in favor of teels Hlls1aUng
lating nostrum for financial troubles troublessaid troubles1aill troublesiaid
said Mr Dalsell after art r he had had a talk talkwith talkwith talkwith
with the President I think the Sec Secrftary SecTftary Seertary
rftary of the Treasury should be al 1 ¬
lowed a free hand to manage financial financialaffairs ilnencialaffairs
affairs as he thinks best Secretary S Cor
tlyou t lyou seems to be doing good work
His Hi prompt aid to the banks undoubt undoubttiy Ullf10UbtIlly
tiy Illy saved savedthe the situation situationMr sttuatl sttuatSMR n nMR
MR ROOSEVELT ROOSEVELT49TOMORRO
49 49TOMORRO 49TOMORROMr TOMORROW TOMORROWMr
Mr Roosevelt will tomorrow observe observehis observehiS observehis
his fortyninth birthday the sixth cele celebrated celebrated celebrated ¬
brated as the Chief Execulve of the thenation thenation theiatIon
nation nationThe nationThe iatIonThe
The Roosevelt family fandl does not pay
much attention to birthdays blrtlldtL as a a rule ruleand rulend rulend
and nd it Is likely that the President t will willspend winnf willnd
spend nf > nd the day about as h dose a aBY y
> her Sunday in the moraine Iag he con contemplates eoRImplatea cenL ¬
templates L attending < church UK usual u uaLn
An n hour or two in the early afternoon afternoonwill afternoonwill ooa ooawill
will probably be spent with his hl most hn hn3ortant hRttant imI
3ortant I ttant cornupondonce lMlenre after which whichproviding whichrytdI
providing rytdI the weather te mod a horse ¬
back ride ri e in th the suburb with Mrs
Roosevelt Rfto vlt win round out the days tlar rc reel
i ration tat1011Reanil tatlonRegardless rationRegardless
Regardless Reanil of the brand of weather
fllm furnished lhed by the weather man MW MWpr howvr now nowvpr
vpr pr UM President will put hi a few few1usy
busy Jl 1usy JY hours at exercise nerd It is quite Mkely
t that hat at inclement weather will Induce him
t to to take a walk in the rain The Prod ¬
Int like Uk likes to walk in i the rain when he hean hean he4n
an tramp trampacrou across fields ankle deep in inmud InH1 innud
mud H1 ud Therefore a rainy afternoon to tomorrow torofTrOW tomorrow ¬
morrow will probably mean a walk
t through Rock Creek Park or in the Vir Virginia Vlriinia VIrginia ¬
ginia hills hUla with Ith a return by way of the thespeedway
Speedway SpeedwayBERLIN 8 speedwayFA1SB pd waY waYKAISER
KAISER HONORS CARUSO CARUSOWITH OAR8OY1Tll
WITH GROSS OF OFBERLIN GROWN GROWNBERLIN
BERLIN Oct 38 sT1Ie m The Kaiser sum summoned summoned sumrnoned ¬
moned Caruso o to th the royal box after afterlast anetlast afterlast
last night nlghtspertoMftBoe s performance of Alda and andconferred an anconferred andconferred
conferred on him the cross of the Iii crown crownof orowno crownofPruonla
of o ofPruonla Prussia
CLEARING HOUSE HOUSECERTIFICATES HOUSECERTIFICATES
CERTIFICATES TO TORELIEVE TORELIEVE TORELIEVETENSION1
RELIEVETENSION1 RELIEVETENSION1Association RELIEVE TENSIONAssociation TENSION TEIIOiAssociation
Association Meets to toConsider toConsider toConsider
Consider Advisability Advisabilityof Advisabilityof
of Such Procedure ProcedureNEW P ocedure ocedureI
I
NEW YORK YORi Oct SCThe The New NewYork NewYorkClearIng NewYorkCIenrln York YorkClearing
Clearing CIenrln House Association met at 11 11oclock 11oclock 11oclock
oclock this morning to consider the thequestion theqUNtlon thequtIon
question of issuing clearinghouse clearlng uH cer certUleates certrneates r rtlficatea
tlficatea These certificates willbe wIlL be used usedthe u usedthe ed edthe
the same as money in transactions be between between between ¬
tween the banks thus leaving le vtng actual actualcash actualash actualcash
cash for the transactions between the thebanks thebanks thebanks
banks and the public The Issuance i8 Utlnce of ofthese o othese ofthese
these certificates certifiC tes was opposed by the theNational theNational theNational
National City Bank and by the Chase ChaseNational Cha5National ChaseNational
National Bank J P Morgan Insisted Insistedon
on their use The general stock market marketwaa marketwa marketwas
was wa steady all transactions being for forcash forcash forcesh
cash cashThe ceshThe cashThe
The adoption of sueh measures m urI do not notimply notImply cotlmpy
imply that the banks are in distress distressbut distressbut s sbut
but that more currency currenc is needed than thanIs thanI thanis
Is I immediately available It is an aneffective anetreetive aneffective
effective precaution against the exhaus exhaustion exhaustion exhaustion ¬
tion of cash supplies In the financial financialinstitutions ftnanclalInstitutions financialInstitutions
institutions institutionsThe InstitutionsThe InstitutionsThe
The New York Clearing House Asso Association A880elation Associatlon ¬
elation has Issued clearinghouse cleerlngb use certifi certificates certlrtcates certiltcte ¬
cates cte in every great l1n financial ncJal disturb disturbance disturbance disturbance ¬
ance since the disturbance of 1317 They Theywere Theywere Theywere
were first issued to meet the emergency emergencycreated emergencycruted emergencycreated
created In I860 resulting from the open openIng opening opening
Ing of the civil war warBetween warBetween warBetween
Between Banks and Clearing Houses HousesCertificates HouscsCcrUfiates
Certift Certificates tes pass current only between betweenmembers betweenmembers betweenmembers
I members of the clearing house and andany andan andsny
any an bank taking these certificates upon uponhypothecation uponi uponhypothecation
i hypothecation of its securities and andcommercial andcemmerdal andosmmerciai
commercial paper may pay debit bal balances balances halCOCOS ¬
ances ances at the clearing cle rlng house with these thesecertificates 1 thesecertificates hesecertificates
certificates certificatesDuring certificatesDuring certificatesDuring
During the period that these e certi certificates crtfcates certificates ¬
ficates are outstanding the banks do donot donot donot
not make any an statement of their conr conrdition oor oordlUon corditlon
dition other than when forced to do d FO FOin FOIn soIn
in response e to calls by the Comptroller Comptrollerof
of the Currency or by the State Stat auditor auditorwhen au andittirwhen itclr itclrwheK
when banks are State institutions Dur During DurInt Durlog ¬
log the certificate period ptrl d clearing house housebanks buusebanks housebanks
banks may pay their depositors in Kind Kindthat kindthat Xindthat
that te each 6 ch for cash and credit creditNew creditror creditfor
for cred credit t deposited deposUedNew depositedNew
New York bore the burden of lh lhwhole tb tbwhole thewhole
whole country in ISM 1 the last time eel certificates eeltlftcatea cottificates ¬
tificates were issued issuedHas luuedHas issuedHas
Has Been Used Eight Times TimesBight TimesEtcht Timesght
Bight ght times in the Ut financial history historyof
of New York this method of aiding the thetanking thetllktn thetanking
tanking < institutions tn was reported to toTH ttlThe toThe
TH The limitations of t Same J and maximum maximumwHh maximumINue maximumissues
issues wHh interest Int reet and time drawn drawnfoilow drawntoalow drawnfoilow
foilow
Interest InterestDMcatio InterestDesatlon t tD
DMcatio DMcatioi D DesatlonYear NUoa NUoaYnr
i Tear AgromUe Agreaa e Maximum ad tr Mss MasMW Mssis
is SimWi iUmho iS6000it 7 7JIlt 7fs1G
JIlt fs1G II85OOI 1HIeoe 1 7 7Ja 7IZN
Ja 11471000 1l4n 9906000 9iPocoii S 4 41779SM0
MW MW1S7S 1779SM0 1MUW i4lZe3Ghl7 I I1m tfc
1S7S hl7 Ki JeA500it 5000 2MMX 7 7i4 4 4S4Si6OQO 1
1It1 S4Si6OQO 21SS16M liil I I1M 4 4184CQOO 4i1f4OOo
1M 184CQOO ISSOCOW 3 SJIll 3l3
JIll l3 41499600 S32980 SOooe t ITotal 4 4Total 4Totallfl4OOO
Total Totallfl4OOO Totallfl4OOOBoston M774ftM 115714000Boaton M774ftMBoston
Boston Philadelphia PJ1Jlad lphla Baltimore New NewOrleans NewOrJeaa NewOrleans
Orleans Buffalo B tralo Pittsburg Detroit and andAtlanta andAtlanta andAtlanta
Atlanta banks have issued clearing eJearl eJearlMUSe
house certificates all In 18S 18SChicago 1MChicago 13e 13eChicago
Chicago bankers have never resorted resortedto
to certificates being b lng prevented in 1378 1378and 1mand I73and
and again in 1ST 1S77 from doing so by the thedetermined thedetennlned thedetermined
determined opposition of Old Hutch Hutchand Hutcband Hutchand
and the founder of the Blair family familyftVFR familyJArAN familyJAPAN
JAPAN NOT ALARMED ALARMEDOVER ALARMEDOVER
OVER n FLEETS FFT1
UlLlI I LLLI 0 MOVE MOVEAfter HlUlL HlUlLAfter
After a vI vist lt from Viscount Aokl the theI thapnese theJapanese
I Japanese apnese ambaaador at the State De Department De Departmf Dopartment ¬
partment partmf > nt today Secretary Root said saidthere Midt saidthere
there t re was no reason diplomatic or orotherwise Orotherwise orotherwise
otherwise in relations between this thigcountry thiscountr thiscountry
country countr and Japan which prevented the thesailing thesaUlng theselling
sailing of the Atlantic fleet to the Pa Pacific Pacldc PaelSie ¬
elSie He cited clt d as f parallel > 1 case the thefact thefact thefact
fact that France or England offer no noobjection noobjection noobjection
objection to our maintaining a fleet in inthe Inthe inthe
the Atlantic and for the same reason reasonJapan rea80nJapan reasonJapan
Japan has no desire to protest against againstthe agalMtthe againstthe
the sending nJlng of the fleet ftet > t to the west westC08 westcoast i icoast
coast C08 coastSecretary t j
Secretary tSecretary Root also discussed dl cussl with the theJapanese theJa theJaianese
Japanese Ja J8ese ambassador the question of ofemigration oreml ofemigration
emigration eml tlon under the present treaty and andsaid andSAid andsaid
said it was mutually understood that thatthis tnatthis thatthis
this treaty would be aa constantly en enforced enfor enforced ¬
forced for d in the future aa it had been in inthe Inthe Inthe
the past pastThere pastThere pastThere
There wag no mention of a new ne treaty treatyand trutyand treatyand
and Secretary Root was visibly pleased pleasedwith pleasedwith pleasedwith
with the outcome of the conference conferencePROTESTS conferencePROTESTS conferencePROTET8
PROTESTS IDEPresident MADE r MADEBY ADE ADEBY
BY OKLAHOMANS OKLAHOMANSlre
President lre htt Roosevelt this morning morningheard morning1te morningheard
heard 1te rd arguments for and against the theapproval thevproal theepproval
approval of the Oklahoma constitution constitutionand constitutionand constitutionand
and the claims of the various rfovs con contestants cont contestaits ¬
testants t IlaJlt8 for th the two jtMlgesliine jU41ge lal in the therew therew thetrw
rew State Statewong Statemo Statemong
wong mo those who mine to t protest protestagainst proteAtasalnat protestataliist
against the approval of the new consti constitution roosUtutlon conetitution ¬
tution was 8 a delegation of colored Din Dinaded nitiiI
1 aded by W V T Vernon register rO l ter of oftno ofth eCtn
tno th Treasury Tre sury Practically th the entire entirecolored tmUcecolorel enticeceloreti
colored population of Oklahoma Is r rto aid aidto saidto
to be opposed co 0 the adoption of the theconstitution theOnMitutlon theconstitution
constitution because it disfranchises the thecciored thecc theeclored
cciored cc Iored man manThe manrite manEhe
The President did not say toda today In so somany 110many somany
many words that he would r approve the theDocument theCtUCuMent thetAocument
Document but it is understood nd rstood that he heTROUBLE hewill hewill
will willTROUBLE willTROUBLE
TROUBLE FROM COFFEE COFFEEPeople COF COFPeople
People Beginning1 tt to t > Learn About the thaDrnr theDrui theDrug I
Drug DrnrCoffee DruiColree DrugCoffee
Coffee treated m J1WI so badly that I Iwent Iwent
went to tell people about it and if you youcan youcan U Ucan
can use my m letter I will be glad gladI
001 I am 46 4 years old and hav have drank drankcaffe drankcoffee
coffee all my life I have felt bad for foryears feryears icryears I
years and did not know what ailed aJI me meSometimes Tt Ttmetlme meomeUmee
Sometimes metlme I would have to prose my
hand against my heart I would be in InKuth Insuch i imien I
mien such pain and I i got so I could hardly j
do my work My head would feel l IHav IHavand heavy heavyand avy avyand
and dizzy dlaz and many man a time I sot ot so
blind I just had to drop down or els else j
I would have fallen fallenI
I felt bad all over My y feet would wouldswell wouMswell wouldswell
swell and hurt me A friend of mine minexoked mineLaked mineasked
asked me to try Postum and stop drink
Ing coffee I tried the Postum but butt
It t was some days before I gat hfJd lQJd of ofthe ottbe
the right way to make m e It It My5 My huart huarttllsease
disease and dropsy disappeared dl appared and 1 1got 1got 1got
got entirely well wellThere wellooThere wellThere
There is much in making It It II 1 has
to be boiled longer lon er than ordinary cot ¬
fee r e but when I got It made good it itTT Itts
TT ts S tine and now I wouldnt wouldn have cot cot ¬
fee in my house at all I am sure that
Postum Po tum saved ved my life 11e and I am now nowperfectly nuwp irnwperfectly
perfectly p te < t1y well I send you the names namesof namesof namesof
of about twenty people orle that have been be u
heaped heJp d bylaaviug by I aviuI off coffee and using ush g
Poatum Food Coffet CoffetIts CofIeIts CofreLits
Its worth while hIIe to read re d The Road Roadto Roadto Roadte
to Wellville 1eUville In pkgs
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PRESIDENT GREETS GREETSMASONIC GREETSMASONICCOUNCIL
MASONIC MASONICCOUNCIL MASONICCOUNCILNew COUNC COUNCNev
New Inspector Generals In Installed Installd Installed ¬
stalled at atThis This Mornings MorningsSession fvlorningsSession fviorningsSession
Session SessionThe
The Supreme Council of Scottish RltQ RltQMasons RltqMallOn BiteMasons
Masons mat In conslstoriul con lstorlul session 5e lon this thismorning thismorning thismorning
morning and shortly thereafter went wantInto wentInlo wentInto
Into executive session se lon to install the now nowInspector nowIn8po nowInspector
In8po Inspector tor generals elected late 19te yester yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
day dayAl
Al A t 11 1110 oclock the council took a re recese
cese 005 to pay the biennial call upon the thePresident thePrHldent thePresident
President the council taking carriages carriagesfrom carriagOhfrom carriagesfrom
from tho House of the Temple to the theWhite theVhlte theWhite
White House HouseThe HouseThe HouseThe
The President expresed great pleas pleasure pleasure pieaStire ¬
ure at meeting so ilstinsulshed 1 a body bodyof b041or b04Yof
of Masons and incidentally related hl hlexperiences his hilieXlerlences hisexperiences
experiences while taking the Blue Lodgo Lodgodegree Lodgodegroe Lodgedegree
degree After the reception accorded accordedtho accordedth accordedthe
the th supreme supreme council by b President PresidentRoosevelt ProsldentRoosevelt PresidentROOsevelt
Roosevelt the members of the body re returned returned returned ¬
turned to the temple for luncheon re resuming reIJUmlng resuming ¬
suming executive session work at 2 2oclock 200 200oCock 230oclock
oclock oCockIt oclockIt
It Is expected cxp t d the sessions sa lons of 0 the thecouncil thecouncil theCouncil
council will terminate today and to tomorrow toImorrow tomorrow
morrow the Masons will make a pil pilgrimage plgrlmage pt ptgrimage ¬
grimage to the grave or Albert Pike a acustom acustom acustom
custom which has been religiously ob observed obeved observed ¬
served since the death eath of that distin distinguished distinguished distingulahed ¬
guished Scottish ScOtU8 Rite Mason MasonYeuterday MWlonYe MasonYesterday
Yesterday Ye terday three new members of the thesupreme theeupreme thesupreme
supreme council were elected They Theyare Th Theyare y yare
are Henry Clark Alverson an Inspector Inspectorgeneral Inspectorgeneral inspectorgeneral
general for Iowa Charles Francis Buck Buckan Buckan Buckan
an inspector general for Louisiana and andHoratio andHoratIo andHoratio
Horatio Clark Plumlby an anmspoctor anmspoctorgeneral inspector inspectorgeneral inspectorgeneral
general for North Dakota DakotaMr DakotaIr DakotaMr
Mr Ir Alverson who succeeds the late lateGeorge lateGeorg lateGeorge
George Fairburn of Fonda Iowa 10 wn Is Isengaged Isengaged isengaged
engaged in the Insurance business s In InDes InDes InDes
Des Moines He received the degree degreeof degreeat degreeof
of Knight Commander of the Court of ofHonor orHonor ofHonor
Honor which is a stepping stone to tothe tothe tothe
the honorary thirtythird degree at the thebiennial thebiennial thebiennial
biennial session 4 lon held in October IS92 IS92He 1592He 1692He
He later received the honorary thirty
third dezr derMr degree degreeMr < ie ieAir
Mr Buck Is a lawyer by profession professionstanding professionstandlng professionstanding
standing high at the New Orleans bar barHe barHe barHe
He was mayor of New Orleans at one onetime
time line and served S rved a term in Congress Congresswhen ConIr5swhen Congresswhen
when James Daniel Richardson was the theminority theminority theminority
minority leader of the tower house Al Although Although Although ¬
though Mr Ir Buck was 1t8 born In Germany Germanymost Gennnnymost Germanymost
most of his bl life has been spent In the
South having graduated from the high highschools highscbools highschools
schools of New Orleans Orlf = ans He was elect electod olectml
od a Knight Commander of the Court Courtof Courtor Courtof
of Honor in MIS 3J and received his hiothlrtythlr hlBthlrtythlr1 histhirtythird
thlrtythlr degree in 1891 1891Mr Ii1Mr SIIl SIIlMr
Mr Plunley Plutle has been the lh editor and andpublisher antIpublisher nd ndpuhlisher
publisher of the Fargo Forum for many manyyears manyYMrs manyyears
years He H was wa born In the Green
Mountain State but went to North Da ¬
kota when a young otlftg man He Uewas was elect elected elected elected ¬
ed a Knight Commander of the Court Courtof Courtof Courtof
of Honor at the senatorial nfttorlal session ot otthe orthe otthe
the Supreme Council in 1SK 1SS and wan wanelected WIUIeklcted wanekcted
elected an honorary thirtythird Mason Masonin MasonIn Masonin
in October > r X 1391 1391Last ltLast 139 139Last
Last night the Supreme Council ex exemplified exempUOeod e eempliflod ¬
emplified the thirtythird degree thirty
five candidates cand ates being present pre ent to take a
degree df which Is l the > ambition of every
Scottish Rite Mason Among the class classwas cJa5lWAS classwas
was Admiral Winnrtd Scott Schley and andlionorary
H Henry nry Ridgely Evans n who were elected
honorary thirty Utlrtythlrds thirds during the meet meeting meetIng meetlug ¬
ing of the Supreme Council this t week weekVITAL weekVITAL
f
r VITAL RECORDS RECORDSEMk Ito I IBirthL
+ to tolUrth
lUrth lUrthEllk BirthL BirthLEUk
EMk and Fannel Walker boy bo boP
Pat P PetesS cUS JS and Florence R R iTutwiler
boy be beJoltn boyJohn v vJohn
John W and Mary L L Posey Pose boy
Petre and Angelina Pellets girl
Clarence A A and Susie R R Phelps girl hirlaft
James Jan aft s s W and Ella M OBrien boy bo
Gerald and Viola Martin boy
Joshua Jo hu E and Lulu B Goodwin boy
Giuseppe and d Arnda Giuliani girl girlAndrew girl JtirlAndraw girlAndrew
Andrew J and Catherine A Fallon
boy boyBruno
Bruno and Minnie nnle Fischer boy 00 00Emory
Emory and Ada G Saylor boy
Ferdinand 1 J and Sarah M I Dickinson
boy bo
boyWilliam
William VnUam T and Aurelfa R Carley Carle
girl girlGeorge George and Nora Biehwaty B hwaty girl
Ignatius and Catherine I Burch boy
William H and Audrey Audre E Bancom
bey beyIgiiazie boyIguazie
Igiiazie and Theresa Amato girl girlMarriage girlMarriage
Marriage Licenses LicensesWilliam LicensesViJ1lau LicenseeWiiilag
William ViJ1lau Bishop Charlottesville Va
to Laura J Tyler Fredericksburg xii a
Frank Moyer Sherwood to Clara
Markell Gover CoverJoseph GoverJoseph GoverJoseph
Joseph O B Cawood to Sarah Faxon
Franklin Miller Ihler St Louis Mo to
Maude Barnes arnes Fort Smith Arkansas ArkansasDeaths ArkansasDeaths
Deaths DeathsShephen DeathsShep DeathsShephon
Shephen Shep en E McCarthy lcCarth 42 f years ears 3508 36C 0
street northwest northwestCharles northwestCharles northwestCharles
Charles F Nalley 12 I years 706 C street
northeast northeastJoseph north northstJoph ast astJosepb
Joseph G Shelton 78 years ears fOG
Twelfth street treet southeast
Abbie Durity 66 years ears 17 N street
southeast southeastStella southeastStella southeastStella
Stella R R Merillat S6 5 years oors 413 H Hstreet Hstreet Hstreet
street northwest northwestJosephine northweatosephlne northwestJosephine
Josephine Koch 78 years 1S13 Seventh Seventhstreet Seventhstreet
street treet northwest northwestJohanna norti1 northwestJohanna st stJohanna
Johanna Sullivan 82 8 years ears 142S i4 U Ustreet Ustreet 1Jstreet
street northwest northwestWilliam northwestVIJU northwestWiIliSm
William VIJU m G Davis 3 months House of
Mercy MercyBeulah MfrcyBeulah MercyBeulah
Beulah It I Utterback 1 month Housa Housaof Housaot Houseof
of Mercy MercyJames Merc MercJames MercyJames
James A Cox 4 months 407 Harrison Harrisonstreet HarrisonMreet Harrisonstreet
street Anaeoetia Anaeo tia
Died DiedXRIKinKO DiedNBIKInKoa DiedNgIKIRKOTi
XRIKinKO Friday October Oet r X JH1 87 at atrIllj
648 pm rIllj at Ms S SS borne I4s Twentyeighth Twentyeighthstreet TwentyeIghthstreet
street FRANK S NBIKIRK I1 I1at aged forty rertyatae fortyiIne
atae e years yearsMr yearsYr yearsMr
Mr XelMrk elklrk had resided In Georgetown Georgetownfor
for a Dumber of years He U survived by
his wife and tw two children lie formerly formerlyeo formerlyeoii4ttod
eo eoii4ttod d et ted d a a totter business at the Center CenterXarlw CenterXarlMt CenterMarket
Market XarlwJONKSDeparted XarlMtTOrXSDeparted MarketJONESDeparted
JONKSDeparted this Uli life October 33 1907 1907BLIXA 1900RLIYA 1907ELTA
BLIXA JOtfBS JOtfBSMrs ro jons jonsMrs BS BSMrs
Mrs Jones es to survived by one daughter daughterMar daughterYaO daughterMary
Mar Mary S She was brought to this city clt from fromher fromIter fromher
her old borne at Gtesboro Md She wan transixty WWlsixty wanMxty
sixty years of age ageDKPOtfAI ageDBPONAIOR ageDgPOfAIOn
DKPOtfAI DBPONAIOR On Friday October 25 1907 at
94 8 540 p m MARTIN J DEPONAI DEPONAISULU1VAN DEPOXAISULLIVANOft DIIPONAISULI4VANOn
SULU1VAN SULLIVANOft On Frtdy October 35 19OT at at1J atUtt ati24c
1J Utt C a m JOHANNA JOrrA NA SULLIVAN nw nwCawy neeCall iwoGassy
Call widow ot Daniel Sullivan aged agedeightytwo agedelgbttwo agedeightytwo
eightytwo yean yeanMrs yeaIIrs yearsMrs
Mrs Sullivan was a resident of the Dis District DIstrSet DisInst ¬
trict for t < fifty y years srE She IB survived by byo b bORe byone
o ORe daughter and ten grandchildren She Shelived SheJJncl Shelived
lived at 14S8 14 V street northwest northwestIN northwestIN northwestIN
IN MEMORIAM MEMORIALBHBRMAN MEMORIAMShERMANDeparted i iSnBR
BHBRMAN SnBR ShERMANDeparted rANDeparted Departed this life nine years yearaaco yooraa yearsago
ago a o today October 26 1888 JOHN SUER SUERIAN SUER3IAN
MAN MANA 3IANA IAN IANA
A precious one from us hAil pone poneA JoneA goneA
A voice we loved Is stilled stilledA
A place is vacant In our hbme hbmeWhich hmeWhIch hDmeWhich
Which never can be filled filledGod tUledO filledGod
God in his wisdom has recalled recalledThe recaUedrite recalledThe
The boon His love has given givenAnd givenAnd
And 1111 though t uJlh the body b slumbers here hereThtf hereIhe
tIll Ihe soul la safe In Heaven HeavenRemembered HeaenRemembered HeavenRemembered
Remembered by his wife and an children childrenUNDERTAKERS
childrenIt
It ItUNDERTAKERS ItUNDERTAKERS
UNDERTAKERS UNDERTAKERSJ
J WILLIAM LEE LEETTTTOEETASES LEEtTNDEBTAXEB LEEUND7iTXZ
TTTTOEETASES AriD JiXVEBT LrnB LrnBU
8S2 U Z2 Pa Ave N W Washington rx D C c
Telephone Main 1385 1385FUHEBAL 1385FUNERAL 1385lUERAL
FUNERAL DESIGNS DESIGNSFUNERAL DESIGNSFUNERAL DESIGNSFUNERAL
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UniLUUii BALLOON I FLEET REETWILL FLEET1LL LLC I
WILL 1LL BE ASKED ASKEDBY ASKEDBY
BY BYSECUAFT BYSECUAFTSuccess SEGY TAFT TAFTSucce TAFTSuccess
Success Succe s of Experiments ExperimentsLeads ExperimentsLeads xperimefltseads
Leads eads to t Belief that thatThis ThatThis ThatThis
This Is Army Plan PlanThat PlanThat
That the St 8t Louis balloon b UIn carnival carnivaland carnlnlnnd carnivaland
and recant demonstration abroad have haveshown havosto11 haveshown
shown that dirigible balloon On are indis indispensable indispensable indiapensabla ¬
pensable to the array my la the belief of ofMaJ otliaj ofMaj
MaJ Hdgar Russell I uS8en temporarily In Incharge Incharg Incharge
charge af theSfgnal the Signal Corps Corpstl Corpstl CorpstI
tl is said that for this tiiI ration r Ol1 Sec Secrotary Secrtary Seerttary
rotary Taffs Tafis report rq > rt will ask Congress Congressto
to t appropriate a substantial su stanUal sum for forbeginning torbffsJnnlng forbeginning
beginning the construction c of > t the united UnllcuStates UnltcBtates unitedStates
States aerial fleet fleetMajor neetMojor IjetMajor
Major RuseH3r RueU Interest In tcreat Is reflected reflectedby reflectedby reflectedby
by the entire Signal Corps > Jrpa who are arewatching arew arcvtohing
watching w tchlng the development c1 vetopme t of balloon ballooning btiiooning oon oonInb ¬
ing with the greatest great t interest t Jn speak speaking speakInr sneakmi ¬
ing of the matter DftterMajo Maje K RtlMel1 ell said saidWo saidNo saidNo
No Longer Experimental ExperimentalDirigible ExperimentaLDirigible ExpezimentalDirigible
Dirigible balloons are no no more in the theexperimental theexperimental he heexperlmontal
experimental stage They are a prac practical practical practical ¬
tical necessity end indispensable for the thearmy thearmy thearmy
army In time of war Recent demon demonstrations demonstrations demonstrations ¬
strations given abroad have shown con conclusively conclusively concusiveIy ¬
clusively that balloons of La PatrIe Patrletype PatrIeI Patrietype
I type for instance are of great military militaryvalue militaryalue militaryvalue
value valueCaptive valueCaptlve alue alueCaptive < <
Captive balloons have proven valu valuable valuable valuable ¬
able and the balloons of the ordinary ordinarytype ordinaryt1pe ordinarytype
type still more so but with the dirigi dirigibles dlrlglbles dirigibias ¬
bles a a new era In aerial navigation has hasbegun hasbegun hasbegun
begun and the United States must nec necessarily neces necessarify ¬
essarily es essarify arlly follow European comietltora or orbe orbe orbe
be left leftAereplanes lettAerepanes leftAeroplanes
Aereplanes may be said to be in an onexperimental anexperimental anexperimental
experimental stage but this is not true trueof trueot trueof
of dirigibles They are entirely practical practicaland practicaland practicaland
and their value from a military mmtar stand standpoint standpoint standpoint ¬
point is so unquestioned that Congress Congresswill congressm congresswill
will m be asked to appropriate a special specialfund specialfund specialfund
fund for their construction constructionrignal eJUJUUotlonrignal construstionignaI
rignal ignaI Corps Interested InterestedMajor InterestedMajor InterestedMajor
Major Russell finds that much valua valuable valuablelnformaUon valuable ¬
ble blelnformaUon information has been gained by the theSt theS1 theSt
St S1 Louis balloon carnival A proof of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Interest taken by the Signal Corps Corpsis
is the fact that Captain Chandler has hasbeen habeen hasbeen
been ordered to attend the exhibition of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Aero Club in New York to gain gainwhat gainwhat gainwhat
what further information inlorm tJon he can The TheGovernment TheGovernm6llt TheGovernmon
Government has the lie aluminum sur surface surfaco surface ¬
face hydrogen balloon recently pur purchased purcbued purchased ¬
chased from Louis Godard on exhibition exhibitionthere exhibitionthere exhibitionthere
there thereThis thereThis thereThis
This balloon ia of 12009 CUbIC feet ca caicity cap enpacity
p pacity icity and it is believed that Its cover covering coverIng coverlag ¬
ing of aluminum prevents any microscopic micro microscopic microscopic
scopic holes from affecting its flight flightand nightRnd flightand
and also prevents a change of tempera temperature temperature temperaLure ¬
Lure ture the alumlnuii acting as a sun re reflector re rel1ector reflector ¬
flector It can accommodate < two men menwith menWith menwith
with a small mall amount of ballast blIast and will willbe willbe willbe
be ready read for service as soon as the hy hydrogen hydrogen bydrogea ¬
drogen plant at Omaha is ready readyGOLDENBERGS readyGOLDEN readyOLDENBEHGS
GOLDEN GOLDENBERGS BERGS GIRLS GIRLSThe 01 DIOLSAYEENTETA1NMENT RLS RLSHAVE
HAVE AYEENTETA1NMENT AYEENTETA1NMENTThe ENTERTAIN ENT ENTThe
The Young Girls Club or Golden GoldenK8 Goldenberss
bergs K8 hold its grand rally last night at atthe atthe
the W C T 1 U Hall 5 22 Sixth street streetnorthwest streetno streetnoathwcst
northwest no hwcst The meeting was well en at attonded attonddd t ttom
tonded tom d and a very entertaining and In Instructive InstruoUve Instruotivo ¬
structive program p ogram ram was cleverly clee l ren rendered renI rendored ¬
I dered as follows followsMusical ron ronMusical ZoflowsMusical
Musical selections JHt1 eUons Messrs Me srs Snyder and andFrank andFrank andFrank
Frank and Miss Ml Blanche Steiner vocal vocaloto vocaioIo
8010 oto Miss I Fannie Emmett piano solo aoloMis 8010l1S8 soloMiss
Mis Miss l1S8 Edith Murray address Miss lUl s Nina NinaChittanden Nlns NlnsChittenden NinaChittenden
Chittenden piano selection by lUlu MlsaMarjorle lUluMarjorie MissMarjorie
Marjorie Chittenden ChittendenAfter ChittendenAfter ChittendenAfter
After the entertainment entertalnm lt < refreshments refreshmentswere refre refreshmentswere hmentI hmentIwere
were served servedRATHBONE 5enedRATHBONE servedRATHBONE
RATHBONE WILL DEMAND DEMANDINVESTIGATION DEMANDINVESTIGATION DEMANDINVESTIGATION
INVESTIGATION OF CHARGES CHARGESMaj
Maj Bates J Rathbone formerly formerlyFourth formerlyFourth formerlyFourth
Fourth Assistant Postmaster General Generaldirector Generaldirector Generaldirector
director of the Cuban posts who ho was wasrelieved wasrelieved wasrelieved
relieved of those duties In 1608 I9O when whencharged whencharged whencharged
charged with gross gr 8 carelessness CBrel e sn ese In Incompetency Incompetency incompetency
competency and extravagance has haawritten hIUwritten haswritten
written friends in this city from Cleve Cleveland Cleveland Cieveland ¬
land saying that he purposes purpo es to ask askCongress askCongress askCongress
Congress for a thorough investigation investigationof
of his administration of postal affairs affairsin atralrsIn affairsin
in Cuba CubaHe CubaHe
He says his former request for such suchan suchan suchI suchInvestigation
I
an Investigation was Ignored IgnoredDEATH IporedI IporedDEATH ignoredDEATH
I
DEATH OF H J BABIN BABINIS BABINIS BABINIs
IS REPORTED TO NAVY NAVYWord NAVYYord NAVYWord
Word has been received at the Navy NavyDepartment Nav NavDepartment NavyDepartment
Department of the death of Medical MedicalDirector MedicalDirector MedicalDirector
Director Hoses ea J Babin which oc occurred occurred occurved ¬
curred yesterday at t Brooklyn N Y YDuring YDuring yDuring
During the Spanish SpanishAmerican American war he heserved heserved heserved
served as president pr98id nt ot f the naval ex examining examining cxamlnlng ¬
amining board at the tb New York navy
yard ssid d later was In charge of the
Naval Hospital In that city In InOOI 1DW
he was retired with the rank of rear rearadmiral rearAdmiral rearadmiral
admiral H HA was also a1 o a veteran of the thecivil thechU thecivil
civil war having served In the old navy
He was appointed to the regular ser service service ¬
vice ice In 1S 1SSUBMIT hisS 185SUBMIT hisSSUBMIT
SUBMIT FISHERIES CASE CASETO CASETO CASETO
TO HAGUE HAGUEFORSETTLEMENT HAGUEFORSETTLEMENTThe FOR SETTLEMENT SETTLEMENTThe
The State Departmept has learned learnedthat teamedtbot learnedthat
that the th Canadian cabinet yesterday yesterdayairreed yesterdayagreed osterds osterdsagreed
agreed to submit to toarbltraUon arbitration at The
Hague the fisheries ft herles cases relating r rplatin laUnS to
the MagOaler Island 1aJan slands along alon with the theewfQuBitand
Newfoundland fisheries case The
trouble grows out of the conflict rJnflic of the he
local regulations of o fishing privileges privilegeswith prtU privilegeswith g J Jwith
with the rights rlg fR and immunities claimed
by American t rl n fishermen under the treaty treatyCANDY treat treatCANDY treatyCANDYCOMPANY
CANDY CANDYCOMPANY COMPANY FORMED FORMEDWITH FORMEDWITH FORMEDWITH
WITH CAPITAL CAPTALOF OF 10000 10000The
The TaylorY3berts Tay10r berls Company incor incorporated incorpOrated Ineo Ineoptrated ¬
porated today tooa for th the conduct of a awholesale awholsale awholesale
wholesale and retail r tail confectionary bus business bULinWiS busfloss ¬
ness The capital stock Is named 73t at
10000 The Incorporators aror arc Theo Th Thilore ¬
dore Taylor and George H H Roberts
both of Washington Vnshlngt r and John ohn H IL
Moore Joore of Boston Mass
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by any druggist druggl t if Glad GladPheet Glld GlldPheet GldPheet
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69 Warren Street StreetNEW streetNW traet traetNEW
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i TREES ON STREETS STREETSParking STREETSMUST STREETSUST
MUST UST BE TRIMMED TRIMMEDP
Parking P a rki rk i n g Superintendent SuperintendentWants SuperintendentW SuperintendentWants
Wants W nts Fines Paid for In Injuring Injuring InjuringTrees ¬
juring juringTrees Trees Given Him HimT
T Lanham superintendent of parking parkingtoday parkingtoday parkingtoday
today submitted hl his ahual repert to the theCommissioners theComml theCommieioners
i Commissioners Comml mera In whIch It Is shewn shewnthat shewnthat shownthat
that in te ie last year 2174 young oung trees treeswere treeswere treeswere
were were planted on on the streets avenues avenuesand avenuesand enues enuesand
and roads of the District a a decrease decreaseof
of ess from the number set out the pre previous previous previous ¬
vious year yearAttention year yearAttention yearAttention
Attention is called to the necessity of oftrimming oftrimming oftrimming
trimming all the larger trees each year yearIf yearIt yearIf
If they are to be maintained malntidned far the thebcautiflcatlon tbebcautificatCin thebeautification
beautification t ot > f Washingtons thorough thoroughfares thoroughtares thoroughfares ¬
fares says the report lit lt is manifest manifestthat manlf manifestthat st stthOot
that their condition should be of the thebest thebest thebest
best best and this cannot ca1Jnot be while dead deaddecayed deadecaycd deaddecayed
decayed and broken limbs are allowed allowedto
to run riot riotRecommendation rloLRecommfndatlon riotflecomthendation
Recommendation Is made that the theCommlssoners theCommhssoners theCommissoners
Commlssoners ask of Congress the en enactment enactment enaetment ¬
actment of legislation providing that thatfines thatfine thatflne
fines fine paid by persons for Injuring trees treesbe treesbA treesbe
be placM to the credit of the th parking parkingcommission parkingcOP1mIsfiion parkingconm1aszon
commission The total of fines collected collectedon
on this thl account last year y was W f88 436 and
it is probable that the fines during the thecurrent theI thecurrent
current year will amount to at least least
I siooi 1000 a sum sufficient 8 trlclent to pay the salary salaryof 881aryot
of the Inspector InspectorThe InspectorThe InspectorThe
The total of the expenditures of the theoffice theotllce theoffice
office for the last year was 30014 30014SEPARATE 306444 Z06444SEPAAT 306444SEPARATE
SEPARATE STATEHOOD STATEHOODIS
IS PRESIDENTS POLICY POLICYThe
The Prosidant Pr shtent announced today that
he wo < H i work York for separate statehood statoooodor
for or A 10 z a a and New Mexico In con
very vr uc 1 with Senator Flint of Cantor California al1for al1forsin ¬
sin t id that he did not believe any
action ACti 1 could uld be taken by the coming comm
Congress because a census would In all allprobability anprobability a aprobability
probability have to be taken before the
legislation can be put through
The President said he would not dis discriminate dlscrlmlr1 discrlinlpate ¬
criminate between the lit two Territories on onthe onthe onthe
the matter added Senator Flint He Hesaid Hesaid Hesaid
said that he believed and still believes believesthat betlevNtbat believesthat
that the Territories should have come in injointly Injolntl Injointly
jointly jolntl but as the people of Arizona Arizonabelieved Arizonabelieved Arizonabelieved
believed differently he will do all he hecan hecan becan
can to give them separate statehood statehoodWISHARDVT 8tatehoodWISHARDT statehoodWISHARDT
WISHARDT BURROUGHS BURROUGHSNOT BURROUGHSNOT BURROUGHSNOT
NOT GUILTY OF LARCENY LARCENYWlshard LARCENYWishard LARCENYWlshard
Wlshard T Burroughs known as the theSkatorlal tbeSkatorlal theSkatorlal
Skatorlal Kin King of the District who was wasemployed wasemployett wanemployed
employed as a clerk at the Chrletlanl ChrletlanlDrug Chr1stlnlDruJ ChristianiDrug
Drug Company Cmpy 6SS 6 Pennsylvania pennsylvlla ave avenue avenue ayenue ¬
nue today toay was completely coJP1etely exonerated exoneratedof oerae
of the charge of larceny placed laee against againsthim aplnsthim againsthim
him
himHe
He was Vas arrested arete last Jat Saturday Sturda on o a acharge achae acharge
charge chae of stealing 2 from frm the Chris Christian Crla CrlatIanl Christiani ¬
tian Drue Drl Company Compny but the t charge chargewas chrae chraewa chargewas
was wa nolle nole pressed pr0sed Mr Ir Burroughs Burughs has hasalways hasalways
always ah f borne me a a good reputation reptton and a his hisfriends klsfrends hisfriend5
friends frends ore w gratified gtfed go to know knw that tht the thecharge thechar thecharge
charge char e against agalnst him was ws withdrawn withdrawnHOUSES nthdrawnHOUSES tdrwn tdrwnHOUSES
HOUSES IN SOUTHEAST SOUTHEASTSELL SOUTHEASTSELL SOUTHEASTSELL
j SELL FOR 3250 250 NOT 2250 2250Owing 2250Owing 225OOwing
I
Owing to a a typographical typgpicl error lo it was wasannounced wuannouce wasannouaod
announced annouce last week ek that William Wtlm H HSauaders HSaunders
Saunders Sunders Co would woul sell sel the th twostory twostoryand twostry twostryad twostoryand
and ad cellar celar brick dwellings dwell18 frcm 5S6 3 to toSSI to5i
SSI 51 Fourteenth street stet solheat solh t at 2
23 2 210 each eeh The price pncels is U3O 3260 3 Few were weremisled weremlle weremisled
misled mlle owing to the very apprent HPirent mis mistake mbJtake mistake ¬
take takePEACE takePECE takePEACE
I
PEACE PECE CONFERENCE CONFERENCEIN I
IN I J WASHINGTON NOV 10 10It 10I 10It
It I la expected expete that the Central Cetral Amer American AmerIcn Amerlean ¬
lean Icn Peace Pece Conference Confeence which was waascheduled wa wa8cheduled wasscheduled
scheduled to begin here on o November ovembr 15 15will 1 ISwill
will wi probably begn begin on the te morbning mrbDg of ofNovember ofNO ofNovember
November NO m r 10 10It 10I 10it
It I will wl be held on the top floor fr of the theBureau theBureau theBureau
Bureau of American Amercan Republic RepubUc and a is iscalled Iscale Iscalled
called cale by President Roosevelt Rovelt and a Presi President President President ¬
dent Diaz of Mexico lexleo for the purpose of ofestablishing ofestabllsblng ofestablishing
establishing permanent peace e among amongTHARP amongthe mong mongthe
the Central American republics republicsTH republicsTEAR
TEAR TH RP WILL FILED FILEDBy FILEDBy FILEDBy
By the terms of the will of Henry P PTharp PTharp PTharp
Tharp filed for probate yesterday yesterdayeighty yesterdaeighty yesterdayeighty
eighty acres In Whatcom county Wash Washdevised Washdelsed Washdevised
devised to a brother Walter alter J 1 Tharp Tharpand Tharpand Tharpand
and to a friend George W Wells ells Is Isleft Isleft Isleft
left a diamond ring The residue of the theestate theestate theestate
estate s given to his wife Mrs Edith EdithL EdithL EdithL
L Tharp TharpWalter TharpWalter TharpWalter
Walter J Tharp 1 Iff named as executor executorWashingtonian executorWashingtonian executorWashingtonian
Washingtonian Dies in Shanghai ShanghaiWord ShanghaiYord ShanghaiWord
Word has Just been received here herefrom herefrom herefroni
from Shanghai Mangh l that Ward E Favorite Favoriteson Favoriteson I Ison
son of Mr Ir and Mrs George L Favorite Favoriteof
of Takoma Park Park died suddenly suddenl of heart hearttallura heartfailure j jfailure
failure in China while playing plalngof a game gameof gameor
of baseball The young man went to toChina toChIna toChina
China several years ear8 age as a member memberof
of 0 the Marine Corps and after receiving receivinghis receivinghis receivinghis
his honorable discharge in November November1m November1Q02
1902 as a a sergeant serg ant entered business in inEbanghai inEbanghal InShanghai
Shanghai as salesman for Mustard MustardCo UustardCo MustardCo
Co CoMr
Mr Favorite was burled in Shanghai ShanghaiSeptember Shanghaifeptember ShanghaiEeptember
September 22 with full military honors honorsCASTOR honorsCASTORIA honorsCASTOR
CASTOR CASTORIA CASTORIAFor I IA IAIor A AIOT
For Infants and an Children ChildrenIBs ChildrenKind ChildrenThe
The Kind You Have Always Bought BoughtBoars Boughtt BoughtTbe BoughtEcars
Boars the thoSignature ic icIgiiature
Signature ot otThe t cs4z927i4 cs4z927i4Tile
The Name of ofThis 01This o oThis
This Weeks WeeksWinner WeeksWinner WeeksWhiner
Winner WinnerIn WinnerIn WhinerIn
In the theSunday theSunday tileSunday
Sunday Times TimesLimerick TimesI TimesLifflerick
LimerickContest Limerick LimerickContest LifflerickContest
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Contest ContestWill ContestWill ContestWill
Will Be Published PublishedTomorrow PublisbedTomorrQw PublishedTofflorrow
Tomorrow TomorrowAlso TomorrQwAlso TofflorrowH
H Also Alsoa AlsoaNew a aIlimeriek aNew
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TRAINS KILL FIVE FIVEIN
IN LONDON SUBWAY SUBWAYDense
Dense Fog ° Prevented the theDriver theI theDriver
I
Driver From Seeing An Another Another Another ¬
other Train TrainIXWDOX TrainL TrainWD0N
IXWDOX L NDN Oct 26 26 26Five Five Persons persons were werekil werektlltd werektiod
kil ktlltd d aid seven were injured today In a acrash ac acrash
crash c h onthe on the Metropolitan Underground UndergroundRailway UndelbroundRa Undergrounditaliway
Railway RailwayThafpff Ra italiwayThe Iwa IwaThe
Thafpff The The rg prevpnted the driver of the themoving thelROYlna themoving
moving train from fro n seeing Ing more nor6 than a afew a aI afew
I few w feet before bero him and Interfere serb serbously erl erloiisly erlo
oiisly o sly with the rescuers work Both Bothtrains Botbtrains Bothtrains
trains were crowded with suburbanites suburbanitesin
in their way to work workNearly w workNearly rk rkNelrly
Nearly every passenger Ji ng r in both trains trainsWRS trainswas trainswas
was hurled urledto to the th floor and in addition additionto
to those seriouply hurt scores were werebadly wereb
badly b diy cut and a bruised bruisedThe bruisedTh6 bruisedThe
The two h trains were bound In the thesame theme thesame
same me direction dirqctien and the first one one onehpd hfui hiul but butjust butJust butjust
just stopped stopped when It was W q struck stru k from frombehind frombeblnd frombehind
behind The driver of trie the second train trainwas trainwas trainwas
was evidently closer to the first than he hehad hehad hebad
had supposed and also appears to have havemiscalculated bavemlscalculated havemiscalculated
miscalculated the distance to the sta station statIOn stathIn ¬
tion as he was running at full speed apeedinstead BPeedIntead speedInstead
instead of having slowed elow d down as he hewoqld bewoqJd hewould
would have done had he known he was wasapproaching wasapproachlno wasaperoaching
approaching the platform platformIn latform
In 1 n the darkness he failed to realize realizeGIG rea1Ize11Ie realizethe
GIG ti 1anger anjrer until within eight or ten feet feetof feetof feetof
of the first train and though he helap lap lappiled ap applied appiled ¬
piled the brakes It was then too late lateeven lateeven ate ateeven
even to check the th speed of the train trainGuards trOoInGurds trainGuards
Guards In the le cars who escaped tried triedto triedto
to stop the passengers In their th lr panic in inwhich InJlch inwhich
which Jlch many were te hurt Those able to todo todo todo
do so clambered furiously turlou ly over the thedebris thodbrls tuedebris
debris and made their way to the thestreet thestreet thestreet
street streetMURDERESS streetMUIIDERESS
MURDERESS AT 75 75GIVEN 15GIYE
GIVEN GIYE SHORT SENTENCE SENTENCESTROUDSBURG SENTENCESTROUDSBURG SETENESTROUDEBURO
STROUDSBURG Pa Oct 35 26Elght 26Elghteen 2gEighteon Eight Eighteen ¬
een months morlthS in the penitentiary was the thesentence th thsentence thesentence
sentence today passed on Mrs John JohnNewman JohnNewman ohQ ohQNewma
Newman aged seventyfive seenty e years found foundguilty foundguilty foundguilty
guilty of murder In the second s cond degree degreein
in killing her aged husband husbandA
A pitchfork was the weapon used by bythe bythe bythe
the old woman In her fatal attack att ck on onNewman onNewman onNewman
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TO HEAD IIEADTE1EAPIIERS IIEADTE1EAPIIERSMILWAUKEE TELEGRAPHERS TELEPiRAPHERSMHAVAUKEE
MILWAUKEE WIs Oct 26 26W W W WBeaUle wBettle Wfleattle
BeaUle of Washington was last night nightelected nighteteetedpresldent nightelected
elected eteetedpresldent president of the Commercial Tele Telegraphers Telegraphers Telegraphers ¬
graphers Union at the convention conventionwhich conventionwhich conventionwhich
which adjourned sine die H H J Horn Hornof Hornor Hornof
of Cincinnati was elected vice lce president presidentand presidentand presidentand
and A S s1ng wing of St St Louis third vice vicepresident vIceIKe vicepresident
president IKe tde t Frank Frank T Likes of Chicago Chicagoand Chicagoand Chicagoand
and C M P 1 Smith of Salt Lake City Citywere Citywert Citywere
were elected to the executive committee committeewhile committeewhIJeOrvll1e committeewhile
while whIJeOrvll1e Orvllle A A Glenn retains his hi place placeas placeas placeas
as second vice lce president presidentThe presidentThe presidentThe
The convention co received word that the theOrder theOrder theOrder
Order of Railway Telegraphers would wouldnot wouldnot wouldnot
not unite with the commercial men menThe menThe menThe
The railroad men will refuse to handle handlecommercial handlecommercial handlecommercial
commercial messages messagesBOY me8118SPSBOY messagesBOY
BOY STRUCK BY A CAR CARArchie CARArchie CARArchie
Archie Munsey eight years old of of31M ot31t1P
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car this morning The boy received a aslight Aslight aalight
slight cut on the head headKINSMAN headKINSMAN headKINSMAN
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timonial meeting Wednesday evening at 729 729Seat 7 7S 730Seats
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tures will commence on Sunday Sun y morning morningNovember morntn morntnNcnember morningNovember
November 3 at 11 oclock and will continue continueone continueone continueone
one lecture each Sunday thereafter for twelve twelveconsecutive tWelveconsecutive twelveconsecutive
consecutive weeks These Tbe lectures are arefree JJI ar arfree
free and In them will m b be taught how howto howto howto
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physical lines All should make an effort effortto effortto effortto
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comparative study of religion M a II m munity tnunity inunity
unity study class 11 a a rn morning service zervicsermon JerviCilsenson servicesermon
sermon by the minister 790 7 30 p m Young
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the thel pastor pa tor at 7 730 p m Teachers Bible
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Thursday evening at 8 Man fan and His HisBodies HIBOtIleIJ Hi HiBodied
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gtiral exercises at a Pythian Temple 1012 9th 9thst 9thlit 9thSt
st lit nw Sunday at 8 P p m Address byPresl4ent byPresident by byPresident
President R L L Lerch and others Music Musicand MusIcand Musicand
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