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I L I Rain Rain and = i colder Saturday Saturda dl tonight tonightRain tornghtRain jght f ai fit ft t 4D u a as l S fit ngtou art m e l IAST With LAS LASN LASION CloslaQ < loIDI EDITION h Y Stock ION Prlc Prlcl acss
I Convention K YMCA YMCABeams Il C A ABegins AI +
I Beams Begins j jHas Here Today TodayHas Todaywas
Has 1 1200 20 200 Delegates DelegatesCommissioner DelegatesCommissioner
1 1Conllrnissioner
Commissioner Macfarland Calls Notable N otable Gathering Gatheringto Gatherin Gatherinto Gathering Gatheringto I
to Order OrderAnnual Annual Election of Officers Officersto Officersto
to Be Held This Afternoon
Commissioner COlftml llloner H B F Macfarlaiid Maotarl d as aspresident 88presldeRt aspresident
president of the triennial trlen lal convention of ofof oror ofof
of Young Mens Christian Association Associationof As ocJatloft ocJatloftor
of North America An dcit called to order the
1300 delegates who met this rooming In 1nD InD IllD
D A R Continental Hall for the open openins opening opening
ing exercises exero1 es of the convention conventionAfter conventionAftor conventionAfter
After a few brief introductory t iwnarks iwnarksof inarks inarksof
of welcome w Jceme to the visitors Y lttor Mr Macfar Macfarland Macfarland 1lacfarland ¬
land introduced the Rev Re Floyd W TVThompklns WTbompklns WThompklns
Tbompklns Thompklns D D who delivered a rell rellgtous religious reltglous
gtous address on He Who Works Must MustPray MustPray MustPray
Pray Devotional services and singing singingcomprised singingeomprlHd singingcomprlied
comprised tide mornings momiD 1I meeting meetingThis meetI meetingThfe g gTbl
This Tbl afternoon at 2 oclock after song sonsservice songHrvlce songservice
service and opening prayer by the Rt RtRev RtRev RtRev
Rev Henry Sattttiee Bishop of the theDiocese theDloceH theDioeese
Diocese of Washington the most mo t Impor Important importnt Innportant ¬
tant business bueln scheduled for the conven convention C convention nven nvenUon ¬
tion will take place P Following a fare farewell farewen farewell ¬
well address by b the retiring chairman chairmanthe chairmanthe chairmanthe
the official org organization dzaUon of the oonven eonvenH oonvenBelieved convenBREWERS
Believed Some SomeOF Public PublicOfficial PublicOffiGial
Official 0 fficla1 Will Answer Answerin
In in Near Ne ar Future FutureDown a
Down under the se surface rfaoe of placidity placiditywhteh placfdlty1hlok piacidttywhich
which an a attitude of dignined silence sllenoahas BlleRoebaa silencehas
has preserved there is bitter resent reeeatment resentment re t tJlMnt ¬
ment hi hick Adl Administration tratloft eirdes be because beau because ¬
cause au of the criticisms loyeled lor against againstPresident againstF1WJideft againstPresident
President Roosevelt by 1 y SupreMe Jus Justice of oftfce Justice ¬
tice Brewer BrewerItrir Drw DrwHJcaewa Brewerhtix
Itrir HJcaewa Jrae katpwn m that some 110 of the thetr1 stele eleeawho stelemeads
tr1 meads aIM anti adviyprs or the Pr Prwho Prwho
who are fully tuil in sympathy with withpolicies his hispolicies Jdipolicies
policies are ehanng under the attack attackfrom attackfrom attackfrom
from the distinguished jurist and would wouldlike wouldlIke wouldlike
like nothing better better uer than peonteekm to toact toact toact
act as mouthpiece for expression expre lon of the theAdministrations theAdmlnletratlons theAdministrations
Administrations views Some of these theseexpressed theMexpre theseexpressed
expressed expre e4 very frank opinions on the thesubject thesubject
subject 8 bject today and the impression Impre lon be became became became ¬
came current that the Cabinet meeting meetingwould meetingwould meetingwould
would probably talk of the matter matterOut matterOut matterOut
Out of tbU ha has grown t Ute > e report rej rt that thatsomebody t teat teatsomebody at atsomebody
somebody in position po lUon tofspeak to speak with au ¬
thority thorlt may before long in a publicaddress public publicaddress bllc bllcad
address ad reu discuss the Brewer speech and andundertake andt
undertake t dertak to give the Admllstratlons Admllstratlonsviews Admlistratlonsviews Admlllltrt ns ns1ews
views of the situation it l Jg J recog ¬
nized that a joint debate between the
Judicial and lid the executive departments departmentsof
of the Government would be a most un unprecedented unprecoo8Dted unprecedented ¬
precedented affaira affat4and tra1 d its effects might
be farreaching farreachingFriends farreachingFriends
i iFriends Friends Not Alarmed AlarmedOne AlarmedOne AIannedOrllt
One Administration AlImlnl traUon official remarked
today that he didnt think the Presi ¬
dents policies would lose much of ofstrength ofstrength
strength with the country because be ltu e of ofattacks ofaUck ofatttcka
attacks from fro the judicial quarter
It means me 8 that the war is on said saida saida
a high official it will be plain enough
before many days it doesnt need a aKift agIrt agift
gIrt of prophecy to see that Hughes Is Jsgcng Isgc1ng isgc
gcng gc + ng to be the standardbearer of the theRoosevelt theRosevelt theRoseveit
Roosevelt opposition oppo ltlon or that the fight
is to be a bitter one with 1th the purpose purposeof purposeat purposeo1
of dislodging dl 10dglng the President Pre ldent from his hisposition hIsposlUon hisposition
position as spokesman of the countrys countryspublic countryspublic countryspublic
public opinion opinionEfforts opinionEtrorts opinionEfforts
Efforts to ascertain the exact status statuscf statusrf talusc I
cf c f the executive order about Interfuronee Interfur interference Interfurpnce ¬
ence of Federal FecI 1 employee employ in n Presidential Presidentialpolitic Prealdentlatpolltlc Presidentialpoliticu
politic developed today that there te teb 18preLt Ish
b pretty preLt hazy notion of what wh t has been heeudone heetldone beendone
done it It t was reported that the Cabinet Cabinetofficers Cabinetortlcera Cabinetofficers
officers would teday send encl out orders to totheir totheir totheir
their subordinates to keep out of Presi Presidential PrHIdenttl Presidential ¬
dential Dolitics and especially e peclally not to totike tohke totyke
tike part 41t as thirdterm advocates ad tes in inany Inau Inany
any au conventions One Cabinet officer ofneersaW otfieerSH1ol officersaid
saW when asked liked about it that he heguessed begueaed heguessed
guessed the newspaper neWJj r jubHc publications publicationsabout publcatlonsabout tJons tJonsabout
about the matter matt r had served erved every pur purpose purpose purpose ¬
pose and 11 that it would hoc roc ba necessary neces necessary necessary ¬
sary to make a formal order urd Another Anothersaid Anothersaid Anothersaid
said he had never heard of such a thIng thinsand thIngan1 thingand
and didnt expect he would wouldApparently wouldApMLrently wouldApparently
Apparently the whole b le matter has been beengreatly beengreatly beengreatly
greatly exaggerated and in question questionhostile questtpnh08tUe ques n nhostile
hostile to the Administration it is sug suggested sug sugges su sugested ¬
gested ges ed that that the case C e illustrates utu trt the thegame tbegam thegame
game gam of hide bld and seek eek which Justice JusticeBrewer JusticeBrewer JusticeBrewer
Brewer deprecatedTHE deprecated deprecatedTHE deprecatedTHE
THE WEATHER aEPORT REPORTTemperatures aEPORTTemponLturea aEPORTi aEPORTTemperatures
Temperatures are above the seasonal seasonalaverage seEUJona1averae seasonalaverage
average throughout throu hout the entire country countryexcept countryEXCtlpt countryexcept
except in the Rocky Rock mountain region the themiddle themiddle themiddle
middle Plateau and the central cen trl portions portionsof portionsor portionsof
of the Plains States StatesIt StatesIt StatesIt
It will be colder tonight in the At Atlantic Atlantlo Atlantic ¬
lantic States and lower Lake region regionand regionand regionand
and colder Saturday In northeastern northeasternNew northeasternNew northeasternNew
New England SngtendTEMPERATURE EnglandTJlMPKRATURE EnglandTliMPI
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Sun sets sos today tod 448 448San 44BSun 4411Sun
Sun rises tomorrow 6l 6lTIBIB bailTIDE
High water teday tetl 9Wpm 9WpmLow 9fiO pm pmLow pmLow
Low water today 40 44Q 4 pm pmHlsh pmmgh pmHigh
High water tomowlt tomoltJO am it leli M pm pmLow pmLow pmLow
Low water tomorrow tollMKTOw4II 44 am 4 411 M t pm pmBaltimore pmBaltimore pmBaltimore
Baltimore and Return 125 25 Baltimore BaltimoreOhio BaltimoreOnto BaltimoreOhio
Ohio R R IBvery Ivery vary Saturday and Sun Sunday Sunfay Sunday ¬
day All train traiDil b both th ways WILY both days daysexcept dayscept dayscept
except cept Royal Limited City Offices 1411 1417L 1411t
as e t L and 819 Penna Ave A ve
tlon will be DO held and the delegates will willproceed w1l1proceed willproceed
proceed Immediately to the annual annu8 sec section election eleotlon ¬
tion of officers omcorsAnother offlcorsAnother officersAnother
Another important matter which will willcome wmcome willcome
come before the convention at this thisafternoons thleafternoons thisafternoons
afternoons session se slOn will be the reportsof reports reportsof repolsor
of the International committee which is lecomposed iscomposed 1 1COftlpo
composed COftlpo ed of r Dr L 1 C Warner chair chairman chatrJan chairman ¬
man Jan of the general committee A H
Marling rarUngl chairman of the home commit commiti committM committee
tM ana anti W D Murray chairman i of
the foreign committee These reports reportswill raoorta raoortawill
will cover the financial condition of and andthe ancithe andthe
the work accomplished accompl hed by every branch branchand branclantI branchand
and department of the International InternationalAssociation InternationalAs8ooIatlon InternationalAssociation
Association of Y M C AsA AX As AsA
A reception to the delegates in the theCorcoran theCorcoran
Corcoran Art Gallery will w lbe be tendered tenderedf tenderedthe tenderedthe
the visitors at t e close of f the after afternoon afternoon ner ner1100n ¬
noon session by the a Commissioners of
the District This evenings song 800 < < service ser service Hrvice ¬
vice and devotional exercises will be
held in Convention Hall James Bryce
British ambassador ambu ador to the United
States and Gov R B Glenn of
North Carolina will deliver addresses addressesAttorneys addre addressesCHANCELLOR se8 se8CHANGfLLORWANTS
Attorneys AttorneysHEARING For Superintend Superintendent ¬
ent Will Ask School SchoolBoard SchoolBoard SchoolBoard
Board For Delay DelayThat DelayThat DelayThat
That the attorneys for Dr William
E Chancellor Superintendent perfnteDcent of
Schools ScJ ols will ill ask for a postponement > o tpontnMltt of If
his trial before the Board of Educa ¬ I
tion when that body meet DIP tomorrow tomorrowafternoon tomorrowafternoon tomorrowafternoon
afternoon at 3 oclock now poems mere martthan merethan rc rcthan I
than probable probableIn probableIn
In the offices of his lawyers lWY < < 8 8Fulton LeoWe LeoWeFulton
Fulton Cox there ther wa was march work worktodiy woic woictOdlY worktoday
today owing to the effort of the at attorneys attorneyS attorneys ¬
torneys to prepare tHggujftYap thoi sjaty tr aclh 4Ir1hb1aI aclhtidal the thetniai
tidal Dr Chtuieetfor ChaaeaI w WIlt t h s present presentwhen press t twhen
when the beard herder waeemfetes ws fert f + er w4tat will wUIbe wtUbe willbe
be the most serous HrtO wreic evcr vcr r brought broughtbefore brourhtbfofore broughtbefore
before it itAlthough ItAlthouh itAlthough
Although Stuart MeNanssr attorney attwn y
for the board rd will ill give xtv no to intimation intimationof
of his hi policy in the matter it was said saidtoday 81dttday saidtoday
today that he will agree to a reason reasonable reuonable reaaoabie ¬
able postponement po tponel1lentoC of the hearing ef efthe erthe ofthe
the evidence for the defense deten e if Dr DrChancellors DrChancellors DrChancellors
Chancellors attorneys Insist Ia tt upon such sucha
a course Ho may rn y however proceed proceedwith proceedwith proceedwith
with the taking takln of testimony te ttmnn offered by byth bythtt bytle
th thtt j board in n support of 0 its charges chargesDr char charDr chargesDr
Dr Chancellor ChAnc l < K gave out for publica publication publlcatlon publication ¬
tion today a letter he had received r ved from fromPresident tronaPresident fromPresident
President Charles W V Eliot of Harvard HarvardUniversity Harvardtniv HarvardL
L University tniv rMty denying the statement of ofProf ofPI ofProf
Prof PI JCvernwwi that President Eliot was waser Voa Voatr waserposed
er erposed posed to the introduction of German Germanand Gwmnand Germanand
and Latin in the graded schools s hoo hools The
letter is as follows followsHarvard tolloWJiHarvald followsHarvard
Harvard University UniversityCambridge UnlverBttoCambridge UniversityCambridge
Cambridge Nov It 1 1M7 1M7Dsar ItfiDear 1i 07 07Dear
Dear Mr Chancellor ChancellorI
I have been for many yearn in lntavcr lntavcrof favor favorof favorof
of the Introduction of French 1 > German Germanand Germanand Germanand
and Latin into the grammar schools schoolsfor aebooltiror sehoohfor
for pupils ten to fourteen years of age ageas ageas
as 8 voluntary volUn 1ry subjects and have re repeatedly repCl1tedly repeatedly ¬
peatedly advocated this step tep in public xmbJlcI i iI
I am also In favor of having these the e subyects sub subjects subJeCts ¬
jects offered orr red in all high schools which whichpcssesB whichIKssSfI whichpcssess
pcssesB teachers competent to give the theinstruction theintttruction
instruction Instruction Probably the member of ofyour oty ofyour
your y ur Board of Education who misquoted misquotedme
me had vaguely vA ely in mind a remark mark of ofmine ormine ofmine
mine to the effect etfecttbat that an curate a and andrefined andrflned andrefined
refined use of the mother tongue is the theonly theonly theonly
only absolutely ab olutt > ly essential thing in a gen gentUraan genUman gentitman
tUraan or lady Very truly > vmrs vmrsCHARLES wrsCHARLES Urs
Mr r William WI Will 8m E Chancellor ChancellGrI
Mrs Ada Hickman who was brutally brutallybeaten brutallyb brutallybeaten
beaten b ten and robbed by an unidentified unidentifiedhighwayman unld6nUfted111gbwayman unidentifiedhighwayman
highwayman Wednesday night while whilestanding wkUestanding whilestanding
standing on the steps of the Lenox Lenoxapartments Lenoxapartments Lenoxapartments
apartments and who is suffering greatly greatlyfrom greatlyfrom greatlyfrom
from wounds and shock today told the thepolice thepolice thepolice
police she believed her assailant was a awhite awhite awhite
white man Working on this theory the thepolice thepolice thepolice
police have completely changed the tac tactics tacties tactics ¬
tics followed yesterday in the effort effortto etIortto effortto
to apprehend Rppr hond the miscreant ml creant and today todaydetectives todaydetectivu todaydetectives
detectives are searching the city for a awhite a awhite awhite
white man answering the meager des description description deecription ¬
cription furnished furnJ hed by b Mrs Hickman HickmanA
A negro who was locked up at tho thoThird thoThIrd theThird
Third precinct police station on sus suspicion suspicion suspicion ¬
picion that he might have some knowl knowledge knowledge knowledge ¬
edge of the assault as ault will proabfy pro bfy be bereleased bereleased bereleased
released this afternoon The police say saythat 811ythkt saythat
that although the man has failed to togive togive togive
give a satisfactory account of him himself himself himself ¬
self Wednesday night there is nothing nothingto
to connect him with the ease and Mrs MrsHickman MrsHickman
Hickman has failed to identify himAs him himAs himAs
As Mrs Hickman started up the steps stepsof stepsof stepsof
of the Lenox about 8M oclock she was wassuddenly wassuddenly wassuddenly
suddenly grabbed from behind by a man manwho manwbo manwho
who threw her h hc to the pavement beat beather b8ther beather
her about tho head and robbed her of a
handbag containing a watch worth worthand 56 56and 5and
and 17 In money The attack was made madeso madeso
so quickly that a pedestrian who was waswalking waswalking waswalking
walking on n the opposite opp 8ite side of the thestreet thestreet thestreet
street was unable to reach the womans womansside womansside womansside
side before tho man escaped Police Policeman PoUceman Policeman ¬
man Sides was only onl 7 half a 8 block away awayat awayat awayat
at the time timeA timeA timeA
A peculiar feature of the c cpse se was the theOyster theOyster theOyster
Oyster Roast at Chesapeake Beach BeachSunday BeachSonday BeachSunday
Sunday Train leaves 1e V88 10 a m lie roundtrip round roundtrip roundtrip
trip Including In udlng oysters oystersBest oJstersI oJstersBest oystersBest
Best Coal at Low prices ces R jl J M C CGrace CGrace CGrace
Grace 4th < F no n Phone Lincoln 233 33 33i
Family FamilyMCRACKENS Will Be Arraign Arraigned Arr ar I Iedi n ¬
ed edi in n Police Court CourtTomorrow CourtTomorrov CourtTomorrow
Tomorrow TomorrowAppear TomorrovAppear TomorrowAppear
Appear Dejected and andDemand andDemand andDemand
Demand That British BritishAmbassador BritishAmbassador BritishAmbassador
Ambassador Be a Called CalledStill
Still asserting that they are guilty guilt of ofno ofno ofno
no crime and that tlm they had no Inten Intention Inten1I0R listenlion ¬
lion of wrongdoing In their dealings dealingswith dHU dealingswith gs gswith
with Washington merchants Mrs Ruth RathMcCracken RuthMcCraekea RuthMcCrack
McCrack McCraekea her two daughters Ruth Ruthand Ruthfind Ruthand
and Jean and her son William John JohnMoCracken JohnMoCracken JohnMcCracken
MoCracken wer were brought to Washing Washington WashingtOft Washington ¬
ton this morning rnlng from Baltimore where wherethey wh16they wherethey
they were arrested last Sunday on war warrants warrants warrants ¬
rants sworn worn out by Washington uhln on dealers dealersThe dtt dealersThe tK tKThe
The four our members of tho family are areeach ar areach areeach
each charged specifically with grand grandlarceny grandlarceny grandlarceny
larceny larcenyThey larcenyThey
They were taken from the station to tothe tothe tothe
the Police Court where Deputy Marshal MarshalLc Marshalracer lushn1Lac
Lc racer r took charge of them When bcn itwas It Itwas Itwas
was tearneJ from th the jK police llce that the thefour thefour thefour
four members of the family tamll would b barraigned be bearral1l bearraigned
arraigned before Judge Kimball tomor tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
row Marshal Lacey sent them to fallwith fall jairwith jaUwIth
with the other ther United State prisoners prisonersTomorrow prleon prleonTomorroo prisonersfic
Tomorrow the court will probably pr probablytheir bbly fix fixtheir ftxtheir
their bond pending the grand jurys jurysaction jUfYIIaction jurysaction
action on the tb various warrants nrrant8 against againstThey agluttbem againstthem
them themThey tbemThey
They lt 11ft Baltimore at y M Q oaloek this thismorninar thisrrorntDr thiso
morninar rrorntDr o t over the Baltimore and nd Ohio Ontoand Ohiolu1 Ohioand
and lu1 arrived here a few minutes befor
11 in the custody of United States Mar Marshal Marshal lU lUahal ¬
shal John 7 Langhanimer and Despair DespairMarshals DeputYManl11 Depu DepuMarshals
Marshals Patrick t Seevy and J t tGilroy Y YOilroy VGilroy
Locked Up Half an Hour HourThey HourT HourThey
They T were taken immediately to the themarshals tMJMr themarshals
marshals JMr ls office me in ja the City Hall Ia1l Ia1lny a aformally and andfprmally
formally ny turned over to the District autliorlUes au authorities u uI ¬
thorities uonu For nearly half an hour thefour the thefour tJtefOur
four fOur prisoners were locked in cells C ll hi hithe 1ftthe hathe
the basement of the City Cit Hall and were werethen Marethen werethen
then turned over to Deputy Marshal MarshalLacey Yar MarshadLacey 1w4 1w4Lacy
Lacey who is in charge of all United UnitedStates UnJtfCIStatea UnitedStates
States prisoners at the th Police Court CourtThe CofrtThe CourtThe
The warrants on which the arrests were wvemade WHeI weremade
made were sworn out in that court courtThe courtrTbe courtThe
rTbe The members mbers of the family show how the theeffects theI theeffects
effects of their confinement for the last lastftvo batft lastfive
five ft days All of them were very ery nor nervods BelYOoJa norvolts
volts and insisted continually ttpoH ttpoHseeing 1tIH 1tIHelng p eoa eoaseeing
seeing elng the British ambassador ambassadorWe amba ambassadorWe adol adolWe
We are strangers in 1f a strain strange e Hno Hnosaid wa ltnl ltnlas1d to tow
said w Mrs MeCraek McCrackU there We have ha havefriends ne nefriends ntJfriends
friends here and nd there is no one u uhelp iS iShelp At Atae1p
help us unless uale tit the ambassador will give gtreus meilMlaJtaaeet givens
us assistance We VIa are puUJetsof PUttjHts 1Ut Qrettt QretttBritain QnatBritain Qreatlet1taln
Britain and nd Should be under the J rot rotc rotcttGtt rotsctiott C Ctkm
tkm of the representatives of our native nativecountry natt nattttry nativecountry
country countryOn countryOn ttry ttryOn
On the way w to City Hall Mrs hireMcCraegm MrsMcCrackjit XrsX
McCrackjit X tt begged beg Marshal Langhani Langhanimer Langhanmer Leaghantmer
mer to use his Influence to get them a aspeedy KaldY aspeedy
speedy trial She said Id their arrest arre t was wasan wasan wasan
an UoutI1iKeo outrage and that if they were weretried weretrier r rtrl
tried trl 1 at once they would be o rquitted rquittedAll quiUedAll qulttedAU
All Poorly Dressed DressedAlthough DressedA1tbough DressedAlthough
Although the family obtained obt lned ex expensive expanelv8 expensive ¬
pensive clothes cIoth and articles of wearing wearingapparel Wttirf wearingapparel S Spparel
apparel from a number of merchants merchantsin
in Washington W htngton they were all poorly poorlydrooped p poorlydressed
drooped dre ed this thl morning They have a dis distinctively IDIIttnctlvely distinctively ¬
tinctively foreign appearance in dress dressand dresaad dressand
and manner and talked with an accent accentIt aceW1tIt accentIt
It is difficulty to understand Mrs Mo MoCracken MoCrackeR MoCracken ¬
Cracken She gives her age as sixty sixtybut sixtybut sixtybut
but looks much older olderNeither olderNeither olderNeither
Neither of her daughters is good look looking lookIDfri lookfog ¬
fog rather rat r the reverse Jean who gives givesher givesher givesher
her ag ace as nineteen lokos to be much mucholder mucholder mucholder
older She wore a 8 rough plaid traveling travelingcoat travelIngccat travelingcoat
coat that war 1m anything but stylish and andcarried aladcarrlfd andcarried
carried a short hort swagger stickWilliam stick stickWilliam sUckIl1Iam
William Il1Iam John McCracken the son ap appeared appeared appeared ¬
peared crestfallen cre talltn He carried a 8 silver stiverheaded stlverheaded silverheaded
headed walking stick but otherwise his hisappearance hisappearanee hisappearance
appearance was dejected d jected Those who whoknew whomew whoknew
knew mew him when the family was in the theheight theheight theheight
height of Its prosperity pro perlty here would never neverhave n neverhave v8l v8lhave
have recognized him today todayThe todayThe
The filth and dirt and vermin In thosewful those thoseawful tho e ewful
awful wful cells in Baltimore have nearly ne rly
killed my m mother and sisters he said saidMy saSdUMy saidMy
UMy My mother has not slept a wink since sincewe sincee sincewe
we e have been under arrest Her health healthis healthIs healthIs
is falling rapidly and the strain of this thistrouble thistroubJe thistrouble
trouble will m be more than she can stand standWe standVe standWe
We Ve shall do nothing until we hear hearfrom hearfrom hearfrom
from the British BrlU h ambasador We Va will willget willet ill illget
get et whatever lawyer he advises us and anddo anddo anddo
do just as he says
Victim of Highwayman HighwaymanSuffering HighwaymanSuffering HighwaymanSuffering
Suffering From Shock
finding ool1Tff of the money a a short distance distanceI
I I from the place of tho assault It Is Issupposed IsI is issupposed
supposed the thief tbletdropped dropped this by acci ¬
dentUnable dent dentUnable dentlnable
I Unable to obtain a good description descriptionof
of the highwayman the only tanginle tangioleclue tanginleclue
clue on which the detectives have to towork towork towork
work Is the number and description of
the watch Every pawnbroker pa nbroker and sec secondhand S saeondhand C Condhand ¬
ondhand dealer In the city has been
furnished with a description of the
timepiece and instructed to hold any
one who presents it for sale until the thearrival thearrival thearrival
arrival of an officer officerIn omcerIil officerId
In this manner the police believe they
ht hle e a chance of catching the thief If
hjwever the man does not ot atompt atom pt to to
dispose dtspo e of the watch it Is not likely he hei hewill hewill
i will ever be apprehended apprehendedOwing apprehendedOwing apprehendedOwing
Owing to the unusual number of elm
Ular liar cases during the last few months
Ma Major or Sylvester has instructed his men
to spare no effort in running down the themen themen themen
men guilty of these crimes There Is Isa Isa isa
a standing reward of 50 for Information Informatlon1eadlng
leading to their arrest arrestThe arrestThe arrestThe
The attack made on Mrs Hickman
is similar to jhe the he one made on Mrs
Louisa Lewis a bride
of less than a amonth amonth amonth
month who was struck over the head headwth headwltb headwith
with a heavy instrument on the evening
of October ST 7 Mrs Lewis was return
Ing to the Leumass Leumasp apartment Twelfth
and Q streets northwest While on Q
street near Thirteenth street a man
rushed ru hed up from behind and struck her
a stunnning blow on the back lack of the th
head felling her to the pavement The
cowardice of three pedestrians who re ¬
fused to go to the womans assistance
allowed the negro to escape escapeSweet escapeSweet escapeSweet
Sweet Violets 25 Cents Per Bunch BunchKramar BunchKramer BunchKramer
Kramer the Florist 816 F st st nw nwArrow nwArrow nwArrow
Arrow Brand Collars 14 z Sizes SizesAt SizesAt SizesAt
At Parker Bridget Coa Co
Old Friends of Brown BrownMake BrownMake BrownMake
Make Bradley Defense DefenseStronger DefenseStronger DefenseStronger
Stronger by Testimony
Sketch of Mrs Bradley as She Appears AppearsWhen AppearsWhen AppearsWhen
When Writing WritingA WritingTWO WritingTWO
A R Barnes and JudgeHenderson Judge JudgeHenderson JudgeHend
Henderson Hend rson Strengthen StrengthenWomans StrengthenWomans StrengthenWornansDefense
Womans WornansDefense WornansDefenseWlNtber Defense DefenseWhether DefenseWhetaer
Whether the defense will finally finallyegiabHftii 1lna111eRa finallyestabll
egiabHftii eRa establl its theory that Mrs An Annie An Annie Annie ¬
nie SC MBradJey M Bradley wa was intone when whenJihe whenJiheftred1Jt8 She Shefired she shenredjfre
nredjfre fired a shot a ot which killed kU1 d Arthur ArthurBrom ArthurBro ArthurBro
Brom Bro or whether she will be bebrapdfti bebr bebralidb
br bralidb brapdfti a as a murderer who deliber deliberately deliberatel delibaratolr ¬
ately atel sought ht < r t her victim and andslew andslew d dslew
slew te 4kcslt < ice4ei Woedis Woedisa < a gaoat3on qsea qseation cpuoi
i tion that will be settled settledGnJy onlyNvhq onlyNvhqthe only wkqs wkqsthe wk wkthe
the jury JUe Ales back Into the room roomat roomat roomat
at the end of th the trial and gives givesit gtTesita gtvosits
it its answer to the charge chargeBat chargeJlat chargeRat
Bat qne one e t doing it is i certain and that thatis thatja thatis
is that the la insane ane love of this weak weaklittle woaklftte weaklittle
little woman for a strong man was wasnever wasneer wasnever
never so thoroughly t manifest than thanin thanin thanin
in the testimony which three men menwhom menwhrD menwhom
whom she once thought her greatest greatestenamic g7oatosteDernlc greatestenonn
enamic enonn cq gave e on the stand today as astheir astheil astheir
their part in the fight ft ht for a human humanlife humanHie humanlife
Helped Her Defense DefenseThis DefenseThle DefenseThis
This life they th had watched tebed for years yearsfrom yearSlUIB yearsruai
from lUIB ruai the time that it wended its way wayalong WR WRalong wayalong
along rosestrewn paths hand in hand handwith baRdwith bandwith
with Arthur Brown and his love lovetip tip to tothe tothe tothe
the dark and gloomy present when the thelittle thelittle thelittle
little woman who has b loved and lived livedso livedso
so well can find comfort only In the theretrospect theretrOlpeet theretrospect
retrospect and the witnesses wttne es realizing realizingsympathized rMlIzlng8JDpathlzed realizingsympethlzed
sympathized and sympathizing sym thizlng ten testified ttsUAe tentilled ¬
tilled UAe to the tn things that were and the thethings thetblnp thethings
things that might have beenThey been beenThey beenThO
They ThO were all honest men influential influentialmen Influentiallutn influentialnacn
men tbeee witnesses 11tnes e They The stand high highin hi highin h hin
in the political and social life of Utah Utahand Utahand Utahand
and they were all in the far East to totell totell totell
tell of the same thing thingthe the love for Ar Arthur Ar Arthur 1 1thur ¬
thur Brown of Annie M 1L L Bradley BradleYJ which whichShe whichthey whichthey
they characterized as almost t Idolatry olntr olntrSbe
She worshiped him so that I would wouldhot wouldnot wouldnot
not have been surprised at anything anythingshe GIlythlngahe nothingshe
she did dl said one of them And this thisseemed thismed thisseemed
seemed med te t express the feelings of o all alland allaoo anand
and helped to turn another day into at
least a temporary victory Ictory ror or Mrs lr lrlll1ul1ey
A R Barnes Recalled RecalledCourt Rec RecalledCourt IIed IIedCourt
Court convened this morning with thereediling the therecalling theree41l1ng
recalling to the stand of Albert R RBarnes RBarnes RBarnes
Barnes who just before adjournment adjournmentyesterday adjournmentye adjournmentyesterday
yesterday ye terday testified tosUfl d as to his acquaint acquaintance acquaintance acquaintante
ance with Mrs Bradley Bradle and different differentconversations dltIeren dltIerencomer differentconversations
conversations comer tlons he had had with her in inregard Inrogard inregard
regard to her relations with former > ormer Sen Senator Senator Senator ¬
ator Brown Mr Barnes sa said that he heContinued heConUnucd heContinued
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Which Has Been Introduced as Evidence for the Defense
Business Paralyzed and andBanks andBanks andBanks
Banks Failing FailingBomb FailingBombKills Bomb BombKills
LISBONV LISBO LISBON Portugal Nov 21 wKing wKingCaries King KingCarlos KlngCarlos
Carlos gave gav orders today for a eoaeenr eoaeenrtration eoacenrtration OACet1 OACet1tratlon
tration in Lisbon of all al regiments oVi oViwhose onwhose ohwhose
whose loyalty he thinks he can rely relyThose relyThose relyThose
Those In which there is believed to be bemuch bemuch bemuch
much disaffection are being sent to the theprovinces theprovInces theprovinces
provinces provincesA
A republican uprising against the thecrown thecrown thecrown
crown and Premier Franco who still stillrefuses stUlrefuses stillrefuses
refuses to call parliament together is isimminent IsImminQnt Isimminent
imminent The government is prepared preparedto
to meet force fOJIC wltfc force Spies are arewatching arewatching arewatching
watching every movement of the Re Republican Republican Republican ¬
publican loaders and especial precau precautions preoeutlon8 preoautions ¬
tions are being taken to prevent prev nt theissuance the theIssuance thtluuanoe
Issuance of a revolutionary proclamation proclamationto plOClarn Uon Uonto
to the army armyCommercial armyCommercial armyCommercial
Commercial conditions are adding to tothe tothe tothe
the difficulty of the political situation situationTrado situationTrade situationTrade
Trade is paralyzed Many 1 any financial in institutions Institutions institutions ¬
stitutions have suspended and nearly nearlyevery nrl nrlevery neltrlyevery
every foreign bank doing business bu lnesa in inLisbon InLIsbon inLisbon
Lisbon has refused further transactions transactionswith tranacUoDSwith transactionswith
with Portuguese Portuguese financial institutions institutionsAH institutionsAU
AH who are able are emigrating emlratIng to toFrance toFrance toFrance
France in anticipation of mob rno violence vtolencaHundreds YlolenceHundreds violenceHundreds
Hundreds of parsons personsare are arrested arresteddaily arreeteddally arresteddaily
daily many newspapers have have been sup suppressed supprsseG suppressed ¬
pressed and the others are forbidden forbiddento
to give any inkling of the true state of ofaffairs ofaflDJrs ofaffairs
affairs affairsTwo aflDJrsTwo affairsTwo
Two men were killed and a third fa fatally fatally fatally ¬
tally injured s Sunday by the explosion explosionof expIo Ion Ionor
of an Infernal machine in a house in the theheart thehoart theheart
heart of the t1 city The house was evi evidently 81dently evidently ¬
dently a revolutionists headquarters headquartersThe
The bomb Is supposed to have gone off offprematurely oftprematurely optprematurely
prematurely News of the accident has
just leaked out so strict is the censorship censor censorship censorshIp ¬
The Delight of Old and Young YonnjC
C S BIce Ice Cream CreamVelvet Velvet Kind Drug Druggists ¬
Shaffers Floral Decorators Secure Securemost Seluremost Sefnremost
most artistic effects crroc Store nth Eye EyeI
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Witha With a a v vt an w of oftixlnJ fixing the be r 1fsponsI 1fsponsIblitt iesponsiblilty esponsl esponslbiiUy
biiUy blitt and preventing a reou TeotJrcnce renee of oftho ortho ofthe
tho aocldeu In the tunnel at New re Jersey Jer Jersey ¬
sey 8 < avenue lvenu and U 1 streets southeast sutlreastTuesday southeastTuesday guthen t tTuudoy
Tuesday n night ht the Jlf Commlion Commisa6tners ers will willbegin wIllbegin willbegin
begin a rigid Inquiry Inqul next Wednesday Wednesdayafternoon Wednesdayafternoon VednesdayA1t
afternoon A1t r OOn iuti Iu the cnuises of the collision col collision rolUflon ¬
lision Railroad employes officials officialsand otItclalsand officialsand
and others will bo summoned as wit witnesses witn5S8S witnames ¬
nesses nessesIn n5S8SIn namesIn
In response to th the request of Com Commissioner Commissioner Commissioner ¬
missioner Moofarland Corporation
Counsel E H Thomas today submitted submittedan
an opinion In which he says that he hethinks hethinks hethinks
thinks the t Commissioners may ma investi investigate investigate invostigate ¬
gate tho matter to determine whether
It Is necessary nec 65ary to do anything an thlng further
for the protection of lives limbs health healthand healUtand healthand
and comfort of persons using the rail railroads ranroads railroads ¬
roads and traveling tnelln within the Dis District District District ¬
trict of Columbia either by rew police pulicregulations puU puUreSUlatl policeregulations
regulations reSUlatl ns or for the purpose of mak ¬
ing recommendations to Congress
Tho Commissioners continues the
Corporation COl Oration Counsel uma may also inquire
Into the matter to ascertain whether
there has been any an neglect of duty on onthe onthe onthe
the part of any employe or officer of o othe
the District government In connection connectionwith conneotlonvith connectionwith
with the accident or to determine wheth whether whother whether ¬
er any other municipal mnttor is in involved Invohed involved ¬
volved volvedThe vohedThe volvedThe
The Court or Appeals has decided that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the power power to regulate the moveriients mVfOtl1entsor i iof
of f railway locomotives and trains wasconferred was waaconferred wasconferred
conferred upon the Commissioners by
Joint resolution of Congress approved approvedFebruary approvedFebruary approvedFobruary
February 28 2J 2 JEW llt The Commissioners Commissionershave Commls Comrtisefonorshave loner lonerhae
have also provided by Section 27 tit Article ArticleX ArticleX ArticleX
X of the police regulations that steam steamrailway steamrailway steamrailway
railway trains or engines shall not move movewithin movewithin movewithin
within the he city limits at a greater rate rateof rateot rateof
of speea slecli epee than twelve miles an hour hourEvery hourEvery hourEvery
Every Dollar You Deposit Depositwith Depo Deponitwith t twlt
with wlt Union Trust Co 1414 F st st1 is 111 amplyprotected amply amplyvision amplyprotected
protected Banking dept uuncr super 8upervision supervision
vision of U u 11 S Treasury Tr asu1 Dept This company com company company
pany pays Interest interest on all accounts accountsX25
125 25 to Baltimore and Return Return6ry ReturnEvery j jEvery
Every 6ry Saturday and Sunday via 1a Penn Pennsylvania PennsylvAnIa Pennsylvanla ¬
sylvania Railroad Tickets good return
Ing until Sunday night All regular regulartrains regulkrtrWns regulartrains
trains except OX lt uCOn Congressional tesSlonaJ Limited LimitedAd Limitedvt Limitedt1vL
Ad t1vL Vt vt
Italian Stands StandsWatching Still StillWatching StillWatching
Watching Fatal FatalTrain FatalTrain as asTrain
Train Come ComeSkull ComeSkull ComeSkull
Skull Crushed Man ManDies ManDies Manyes
Dies yes With Prayer Prayeron
on Lips LipsHundred LipsHunctred 1 S SHundred
Hundred Comrades ComradesWitness Com ComradesWitness r a d es esWitness
Witness Tragedy on onMaryland onMaryland onMaryland
Maryland Avenue AvenueTerrorized AvenueTerred2led venue venueTerrorized r
Terrorized at seeing an en engine e gtne bear bearfag b6arhig bearbig
fag g dowa upon him lm a a horrifefe death deathwas deathW88lI deathwas
was W88lI jneted nsted ttMl out this tht noratag to Dominic DominicLoer I DominicLoarpolo > omI1 c cLoarpolo
Loer Loarpolo e o an Italian Italla laborer 1 twenty twentyseven tot totSfn8ft twenty5even
seven years old oldRun oIcLRun oldRun
Run down by a shifting JtUng train at atTwelfth atTwelfth t tweltth
Twelfth weltth street and JId Maryland avenue avenuesouthwest avenuesouthwest venuo venuosouthweet
southwest Loarpoto lA rpoIe was killed almost almostinstantly almostInstantly almostInstantly
instantly in the sight of a hundred fei feitowworkmen fe1owworkmen fellowworkmen
towworkmen The Tberollt front of the rapidlymoving rapidly rapidlymoving rapld11movtDg
moving engine struck his bJ head h d and andcrushed ando andcrushed
crushed o sbed it f Notwithstanding Notwltb tancD g this thl he hewas hewas
was able to t a utter a few syllables f1ables afterward after afterward ttel ttelard ¬
ward ard and his Italian friends rlend say y he hadied hedied hedied
died with a L prayer on his ht lips lipsTogetter JtpsTogetk lipsTogetker
Togetter Togetk with several 1 score core of laborers la laborers Iaborers ¬
borers Loarpote was concreting the ties tiesf tiesof
of f the Southern railroad this morning morningHe morningHe morningHe
He shoved a wheelbarrow fined with withconcrete withooncrte withconcrete
concrete te the side of the tracks and andwas andwas andwas
was about a toltt to dump cI it between D tweea the ties tieswhen tieswlteR tieswhen
when lie saw W the train hurtling alongthe along alongthe aJOi1gtbe
the rails The Italian was so O fright frightened frighte frightened ¬
ened e ed atnndtng at n tng himself in this perilous perilouspredicament perilouspredicament pecllousprlctuBent
predicament that t he stood as It riveted rivetedto rivetedto
to the thegrMJc1 greucd with his 1N hands clutching clutchingthe clutchingUte clutchingthe
the hands hand of the barrow barrowThe arrowpilot barrowThai
The pilot of tbe engine struck the tbasMe tbestde thesAdeC
sMe e of hip head eMd with terrific force forcecrashing forcectUlllldag forceerus
erus crashing ng ids nt It face and hurling him fifty fiftyftatsB 11ftltre fiftyfrom
ftatsB y tre from m the track treekwaerp trackJBfwaa traakwtu
JBfwaa wtu waerp MNd ud up f for or dead but I fellow fellown eltowerkMca eUowk
n erkMca k were amaaed when they the de detected deteeted detested ¬
tested signs of life Ut hi the bruised and andbattered andMUI andbattid
battered form formAn termAn
An ambulance was swuwoned from fromifce fromih fromill
ill ifce Emergency Hestital l a and lid d the dying dyingItatiar dy1ngDaIIar dyingIlalar
Itatiar was ItS renso removed hurri hur1ao hurriedly > fiy y to tiu curt tJurtINltJUltten curtlostltadon t tlatitude
latitude immediately after t < < being beingplaced ocngplaCM beingplaced
placed on the operating < < tails t be breaia breataed breaiaee breal1hla
ee his last lastThe JutThe lastThe
The coroner eoro er investigated Inve tlpted the circumstances circum circumstances clrcumstAnces ¬
stances surrounding the mass JDaII deathand death deathand t1 th thalld
and gave a certificate oC accidental accidentaldeath eecidentalaeath ccldenlaloeath
death The remains were removed to tothe toe tothe
the e morgue Loarpolo lived at 31 F street streatnorthwest streetrthwe streetnorthwest
northwest rthwe t but it Is understood that allhis all allhis allbls
his relatives are In Italy ItalyBALT10RE ItalyBALTIIMORE ItalyBALTIMORE
BALTIMORE Md Nor S Unles Unlestwe Unlesstwo Unless Unlesstwo
two alleged alchemists alebelnl t are arraigned arraignedbefore arraignedbefore arraignedbefore
before the courts of Baltimore on oncharge oncAsrse a acharge
charge of falsejwetense fB1 lame e preten pretense the authorities authoritiesto
to ADd a a precedent for the punishment punishmentof pw hmeot hmeotor
of these men will have to examine the thecourt thocourt thecourt
court records of the middle ages to learn iearnlers learnwhat earn earnwhat
what decisions were made when swindlers swind swindlers
lers were brought up for trying to tochange tocbnge tochange
change the baser metals into gold goldJust goldJust goldJust
Just nine days ago two strangers ap approaohod approaohod approached
proaohod Julius Greenburg at J 50 W t La Lafayette Lafayette Lafayette ¬
fayette street and nd aroused his curiosity curiosityand curiosityand curiosityand
and avarice by telling te1l10 < < him that theyhad they theyhad theyhad
had at last discovered the formula for formelting fotmelting formelting
melting a small quantity of gold with a alarger alarger alarger
larger amount of iron which would wouldcome wouldcome wouldcome
come out of the crucible cruc1b after eleven elevendays elevendays elevendays
days of waiting In the form of virgin virgingold virgingold virgingold
gold Greenberg had 2 21100 000 < W worth w < < th o oyellow ot otueUow ofyellow
yellow and although he was anxious anxiousto anxioustincrease
to tincrease Increase his b1 store was a little doubt doubtful dO11bttul dopbtfut ¬
fut Ho was finally persuaded however howeverto
to take a chance and the work of con converting converting on onerUng ¬
verting his gold and twice as much iron ironinto ironInto ironinto
into a larger argoI store was w begunThe begun begunThe beguaThe
The men accepted a eepted a neat sum for their theirtroubles theirtroubles theirtroubles
troubles and told Greenberg GreenbU to let the thepot thepot thepot
pot simmer eleven days after ner which whichtime whkhtime whichtime
time he could open it and he would find findthree findthree findthree
three times as much gold as he had hadhad hadhad hadhad
had at first Yesterday however howeverGreenburg howerGreenburg howeverGreenburg
Greenburg became b eame either overanxious overanxiousto
to see his hoard or it may have ve been beensuspicion beensuspicion beensuspicion
suspicion that caused eau el him to tear open opanthe openthe openthe
the pot When he did he saw nothing nothingbut nothingbut nothingbut
but a few old bolts and bars bar of Iron IronFUMED ironWOMAN ironYIOMAN
SUNBURY Pa Nor 2From H From the theeffects tbeeGeats theeffects
effects of a fright she received when whensite whf whenslip > n nsb
site sb awoke ot Ne ee her room I < ODl on lire nreJennie lireJ fireJennie
J Jennie I1nlo Nagle agle of this place l is s paralysed paralysedfrom pualYsedfrom yzed yzedfrom
from her waist down and physicians physiciansfear pb ysiciann ysiciannfear lc1anl lc1anlfear
fear fer her life While she slept a akerosene a aktTosene akerosene
kerosene lamp amp exploded and the burn burning burnlog burning ¬
ing oil was scattered over the curtains curtainscausing curWnsauslng curtainscausing
causing a big blJ blaze blazeAwakened blazeAwakened blazeAwakened
Awakened by the sound wad of the explosion ex explosion exploslon ¬
plosion she Jumped from bed and ran ranto rantt ranto
to tt > the th head of the stairway when her herfright h herfright 1 1fright
fright become so great teat she could couklnot couldnot couldnot
not speak or move People saved her herfrom h hfrom herfrom
from burning to death A bucket bri brignde brlgnde brigade
gnde extinguished exttngul extinguishedthe bed the blaH blaaeLiterature blaHLiterat blazeLiterature
Literature Literat re of Any Sort Becomes More MoraAttractive MoreAttractive MoreAttractive
Attractive to the readers whenwere the theprinters theprinters theprinters
printers Globe Printing Co 14th l < < h 0 E nw
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Cheap Ch ap Excursion to Harpers Ferry and andMartinsburg andMartinsburg and3artinsburg
Martinsburg Berkeley Spring and nd
Cumberland and return leaving leaVIng Ni NiBaltimore Jtew ew
Union Station Washington D Co i y
Baltimore Ohio 815 a m Sunda SuDdlb1 SuDdlb1Noember > >
November 34 Round trip rate Harpers
Ferry and MartJnsburg too 100 Berkeley
Springs f 5135 13 136 and Cumberland J2UO t200IWArtuuib
a nlcadra Iaudid d ann IWArtuuib rtunity tar Sunday B ouUm ou u

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