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3STHMBEB 6127 WASHINGTON 1V FRIDAY EVEJO EVE LsPLNJ2TG TJNG TG OCTOBER OCTO R T6 1908 I9 8 PRICE ONE O TE CENT
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DISTRICT BUDGET BUDGETTOTALS BUDGETA
A TOTALS TOTALS16668054 TOTALS16668054Commissioners 15658051 15658051Commissioners 15658054Commissioners
Commissioners Ask 5300
000 More Than Was A Ap Appropriated Appropriated P PProAriated ¬
propriated Last Year YearMUCH YearMUCH YearMUCH
MUCH NEEDED FOR FORPERMANENT FORPfRMANENT FORP
PERMANENT P RMANENT WORK WORKJWoney WORKJtioney WORKMoney
Money Sought to Carry Forward ForwardExtraordinary ForwardE ForwardExtraordinary
Extraordinary E Projects Now NowDesired NowDesired NowDesired
i
Desired DesiredThe DesiredThe DesiredThe
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I
The Commissioners today for forwarded forwarded forwarded ¬
warded to V the Treasurer of the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States for transmission to toCongress toCongress toCongress
Congress their estimates for the thenext thenext thenext
next fiscal year e f a total of 15658
054 This Is an increase of 1090
779 over their estimate of last year yearand yearani yearand
and 5306842 more than was ap appropriated approprlated appropriated ¬
propriated by Congress for the Dis District District District ¬
trict for the current fiscal year yearFor yearFor ear earFor
For current expenditures the theCommissioners theCommissioners theCommissioners
Commissioners ask 11101695 and andfor andfor andfor
for extraordinary expenditures 4
556350 556350Under 656360Under 556350lnder
Under the head of extraordinary proj projects proJects projects ¬
ects of o improvements the Commission Commissioners ¬
ers have asked for school buildings and andgrounds andgrounds andgrounds
grounds 2518600 tS800 for highpressure flre flreprotection flreprotecUon 11r 11rprotection
protection service 769009 for suburban suburbanand suburbannnd suburbanand
and trunk sewers J34SOOO for the im improvement Improyement Improventent ¬
provement of Rock Creek valley JWO JWOWX 500
WX > for the improvement of the Ana Anacostia AnacosUa Anacoetla
costia basin and the harbor front frontao6o00
306000 000 for improvement of the Union UnionStation UnionStatIon UnionStation
Station plaza and vicinity 360000 35O0 0 for formunicipal tormunicipal formunicipal
municipal hospital ho pltal lN d000oo 10 > < ttO and for completing com completing completing ¬
pleting the Piney Branch bridge JttOW JttOWIncrease 85000 85000Increase 86000Increase
Increase in Current Items ItemsUnder ItemsUnder ItemsUnder
Under the head of current expendi expenditures expendlturee expenditures ¬
tures the Commissioners Commls loner have asked askedfor Askedfor askedfor
for the increased force and facilities for forthe torthe forthe
the Health Department recommended recommendedby
by b the Commissioners milk conference conferencethe
the medical societies and other experts expertsand eXPtnsand expertsand
and emphasized by the International InternationalTuberculosis IntemaUonalTubercuh InternationalTuberculosis
Tuberculosis Tubercuh > sia Congress for the increase increaseof
of the police force of Fire Department Departmentstations Department8ta1l008 Departmentstations
stations and apparatus for street str et alley alleyand a1e a1eand alleyand
and county road improvement cleaning cleaningand cle cleaningand nlng nlngand
and lighting for extension of the public publicplaygrounds publicplaygrounds ubllo ublloP1a1gorounds
playgrounds or outdoor schools for forpublic torpublic forpublic
public bathing stations and the Improvement improve improvement Improyement ¬
ment of the bathing beach and an ad additional additional additlonal ¬
ditional public convenience conyoni nce station pub public public pubj ¬
j lic welte and other much needed Items ItemsThe JtomsThe stemsThe
The current expenditures estimates estimateshad e estimateshad t1mate t1matebad
had to be increased Incr because they were weremore weremore weremore
more deply deplyaut cut ut In the appropriations for forlast torJast forlast
last year and therefore there is more
In arrears to bring up upAmong upAmong upAmong
Among the items recommended by the theCommissioners theComml theCommissioners
Commissioners Comml skmers are re the following followingBuilding tollowlngBundlng followingBuilding
Building Department 1219M 1219MCare WS WSCare 121911Care
Care of District building buildingAasesBors St3IC St3ICAssessors 50306Assessors
Assessors office flI5t flI5tCollectors 791S9 791S9Collectors 76150Collectors
Collectors office ot ce 22600 22600Disbursing x500Disbursing OOO OOODl
Disbursing Dl buntlng office Jt63O Jt63OOCftce 81630Office 630 630Office
Office of corporation counsel coun el 1i300S4 53CO 1b30Sealer 53COSealer
Sealer i er of weights and measures 316 16 16S4 16Otfice
S4 540
S4Office
Office of engineer of highways 306 5ooj
807 807Office
Office of superintendent of Insurance Insurance10nG
110390 110390Surveyors 10120 10120Surveyors 10nGSurveyors
Surveyors office 81950 u19oSewer 81950Sewer 1190Sewer
Sewer department 664349 664349Street 661310Stret S4t S4tStr
Street Str et cleaning department dep rtment 175345 175345Office liiHiOfftc 1 343 343Office
Office of electrical engineer 991815 991815Salaries 601816Salaries l815 l815Salaries
Salaries of teachers and officials officialsBoard o officialsBoard clals clalsBoan
Board of Education J24779 J24779Buildings 9477310Bulldngs 4Tltti 4TlttiBulldngs
Bulldngs and grounds Board of Sdu Sducatoin 1iducatoin Bducatoin
catoin 32 52218600 52218600Police 1S600 1S600Pollee 13600Police
Police department including an addl addition addltlon addltion ¬
tion of five lieutenants three sergeants sergoantsand 8er nts ntsand
and 100 00 men 1138288 1138288Fire lU8SFire 1125263Fire
Fire department 861580 180 including fivenew five fivenew fivenew
new engine houses located as follows followsBetween followsBetween followsBetween
Between H and I and Eleventh and andThirteenth andThlrtnth andThirteenth
° Thirteenth streets northwest near nearTwelfth nearTwelfth nearTwelfth
Twelfth and H streets northeast Rock RockCreek Rockreek RockCreek
Creek reek Church Chur < h road and Georgia avenue avenueTwining avenueTwlnlnJ avenueTwining
Twining City and at Rhode Island ave avenue avenue ayeDue ¬
nue and North orth Capitol street streetHealth streetHeaUh streetHealth
Health Department S300t 22080 22080Juvenile 302 90 90Juvenile O OJuvenile
Juvenile Court 14109 including InchJ lng an
increase of a from SIOOO 1000 to 3600 in salary salaryof
of judge t tBoard rBoard pBoard
Board of Charities 1115127Police 1185127 1185127PoHce 1185127Po1ice
Police Court Hl450 Hl450Justices M60 61460Justices M60Justices
Justices of the peace 24000 and for forthe torthe forthe
the support of prisoners 11000The MOOO MOOOThe 31000The
The Commissioners ask for 170000 for forplaygrounds torpla forplaygrounds
playgrounds pla ground8 400600 for the improve improvement Improement improvement ¬
ment of streets and 136000 for the re repairs repairs repairs ¬
pairs to county roads roadsPolicy roadsPolicy roadsPolicy
Policy of Commissioners Explained ExplainedIn
In explanation of their purpose in inasking Inasking inasking
asking for certain items in their esti estimates estimates eatmates ¬
mates Commissioner Comm1e loner Macfarland said saidtoday saidtoday saidtoday
today todayIn todayIn todayIn
In accordance with their policy for forthe forthe fore
the pa pest > t s sevon > > von years ealS the Commission Commissioners Comml slon sloners ¬
e
ers have asked all that they the considered consideredimmediately consideredhllmedlatel consideredimmediately
immediately necessary rtece al in view Iew of Ute tljeDistricts UteDlstrlcts theDistricts
Districts growth and needs distin distlngulehing distinguishing dlstlnUlsblng ¬
guishing and asking Congress Con re88 to dis distinguish dlstlng1l1 distinguish ¬
tinguish tlng1l1 ti between items for extraordi extraordinary oxtroordlt oxtraordirrary ¬
t nary projects of improvement and andlcur andlcurContinued cur curContlnued curContinued
Continued on Twelfth Page PageWEATHER PageXEATHER PageWEATHER
WEATHER REPORT REPORTTemperature REPORTI REPORTTemperatur REPORTTemperature I
Temperature continues above the sea seasonal sealIonal seasonal ¬
sonal average from the Plains States to tothe tothe tothe
the middle and north Atlantic coasts coastsand coastsand coastsand
and Is somewhat P below the normal west westof westof westof
of the Rocky Rock mountains mountainsThe mountainsI
I The weather will continue fair with withBlight with511gbt withslight
Blight changes in temperature In the theMiddleEastern theOUddleEatern theMiddleEastern
MiddleEastern and Southeastern States Statesduring Statesduring Statesduring
during tonight and Saturday SaturdayThe SaturIaThe SaturdayThe
The winds along the middle Atlantic Atlanticcoast Atlanticcoast Atlanticcoast
coast will be light atfutl 8 UUa to southwest southweston
on the south Atlantic coast light north northeasterly northeasterl northeasterly ¬
easterly and on the east Gulf coast coastlight coastlight coastlight
light east to northeast northeastSteamers northeast3teamera northeastSteamers
Steamers departing today far or > r Euro European European European ¬
pean ports will have light west to south southwest southwest southwest ¬
west winds and fair weather to tho thoGrand thoGrand theGrand
Grand Banks BanksFORHCAST nankFORIICAST BanksFORI3CAST
FORHCAST FOR DISTRICT DISTRICTFor DISTRICTFor DISTRICTFor
For the th District o of Columbia Delaware Dela Delaware Delaware ¬
ware Maryland and Virginia fair to tonight tonight to tonight ¬
night night and Saturday light winds most mostly mostly mostly ¬
ly southerly
TEMPERATURE T
90 9008 a m j 6
10 1000 0 a m mUM i2
11 UM + 10 a arn m mlm i iSUN 76 76e
1 i
e lm W noon neon r f 50
I 1 2 p p m m X 81 81Y 5 5SUN
SUN RISES RISESSun RISESSun
Sun ri rises e 610 610Sun g 610Sun g gTIDE
Sun sets 622 622TIDE 6w 6wTIDE °
TIDE TABLE TABLELow T4BLELow TABLELow
Low tides 738 am and 738 pm pmHigh pmli1h pml
l High lgh Udei Ud8l133 1233 aml am and 103 pm
SEVENTEEN VICTIMS VICTIMSOF VICTIMSOF
OF RAILWAY WRECK WRECKRelief
Relief Train From Stricken Town of Metz Overturned Overturneda OverturnedWhen
a b When Heat From Raging Forest Fires FiresSpread FiresSpread FiresSpread
Spread the Rails
ALPENA 3Ilohr lUlch Oct 10 lOThere There Is Intill IsaUIl Isstill
still till a question this afternoon a 011 to tothe tothe tothe
the safety lIafet of Bishop Charles D AVlll AVlllinnia Williamn 111 11110m
innia of Detroit and Rev Re IV V II Bulk Bulkley Dnlkle Bulkley
ley le of Alpcnn AlpcnnTheoy They wore ere at HBKCIIH HBKCIIHTlllc lIoKcnUh IiagennyIlle
Tlllc Uh t eight miles from Metz to con confirm conlIrm confirm ¬
firm a clans yesterday afternoon and andvrcre anlwere andwere
were due to go to Meta Ietz for an evening eveningtrain eTenlngtraIn eveningtrain
train north Xo communication Is yet yetestablished yetestablished YetelltabUhCd
established with the North and the therelief therelief
relief train Is I not expected bade be before before ¬
fore evening A report front Sbcboy SbcboyKnn She Sheboygnn bOT
Knn via 10 Day CUT > say the known knowndead knowndeed
dead number nineteen nineteenDETROIT nlnetrenDETROrr ninetrenDETROIT
DETROIT Mich Oct 16 lBForcst Forest firesare fires firesare firesare
are dgaln carrying death and destruc destruction destruction destruction ¬
tion through northern Michigan MlchlganFour MichiganFour MlchlgsnFour
Four towns tOW l5 are already a1read reported wiped wipedout wipedout wipedout
out by flames with heavy loss of life lifewhile ilfJwhno lfewhile
while scores of other towns and cities citiesare cftleare citiesare
are menaced menacedA
A dispatch from MHlersburg MilIer burg says saysSeventeen saysSeyooteen saysSeventeen
Seventeen men women and children childrenwere chndr childrenwere n nW1TQ
were burned to death when the train trainwhich trainwhloh trainwhich
which left Metz etz Wednesday afternoon afternoonto ternoon ternoonto
to take people out of the fire which de destroyed destroyed destroyed ¬
stroyed the town ran into a burnedout burnedoutculvert burnedoutcnhort burnedoutculvert
culvert and was unable to proceed It Itwas Itwas Itwas
was trapped tra ped on all sides by raging ragingnames ragingrtames ragingflames
names and cremated Fifteen burned burnedskulls brnftdIIkulls burnedskulls
skulls were found in a steel gondola gondolaA
A woman by the name of Cicero with withthree withthree withthree
three children was among amo g the dead deadFireman deadFlreman deadFireman
Fireman Art Lee and Brakeman Wil William Wil11am YHHam ¬
liam Barrett also perished peIi hed in the theflames theames theflames
flames ames Engineer William Foster Fo ter and andConductor andConductor andConductor
Conductor John Kinsville were with withthese withtheBe withthese
these men when the dash J1a h for liberty libertywas Ubertywas libertywag
was made The latter two succeeded in ingetting Insetting ingetting
getting through fire districts into the theopen theopen theopen
open but their comrades were overcome overcomeby oer ome omeby
by smoke and name flames and fell exhausted exhaustedon
on the railroad track Their dead bodies bod bodies bodIes ¬
ies have been recovered reeover Engineer Fos Foster Fostel Foeter ¬
ter Is terribly burned and may ma not live liveKlnsvilla UeKlnsvUJe liveKlnsvIUs
Klnsvilla Is blinded blindedAccording blindedAccording blindodAccording
According to a message received by byDetroit byDetroit byDetroit
Detroit and Mackinac railroad officials officialsat
at Bay Ba City CSt use tle train left Elpena Elpenareached Elpenar Elpenareached
reached r ched Metz took the people and andhousehold andhousehold andhousehold
household goods n board and started startednorth etartednorth startednorth
north toward Chsboygan When the thetrain thetrain thetrain
train reached Hawks Station it found foundflre foundfire foundfire
fire on both sides of the track and was wasunabto wa waunable wasunable
unable te proceed proceedRan proceedRan proceedRan
Ran Off the Track TrackIt
It then started back intending to so soto ItOto goto
to Alpena with the sufferers su < < erers After Afterpassing Aft8lpaulng Afterpageing
passing Metz the train ran oft the track tracknear traeknear tracknear
near Polaski where the fire had burn burned burned burned ¬
ed the ties and spread the rails The Theforests Theforests Theforests
forests on both side of the track were wereablaze wereablaze wereablaze
ablaze and the train soon caught fire fireThere AreThere fireThere
There was no escape s ape for the passengers passengersand pas passengersanti eJlCers eJlCersthe
and they the were re burned to death deathA
A second relief relle train has been s sent sentout sentout nt ntout
out to the scene 8 < < ne to the fires with wUkfood food
and medical assistance It is feared fearedthat fearedthat
that many other lives were test 1e t at Metz Metzwhen Metzwhen
when the town burned as all avenues avenuesof
of escape 88C JC were cut oft before midnight midnightAH
AH communication with Posena is I lU euoff IT IToff I Iott
off and details can not be obtained u util util util
til the relief train returns to Alpena AlpenaMr I Ifr
Mr fr and Mrs Inr NowlBkl an aged couple couplewho C01Jplewho couplewho
who live in the village of that name namewere namewere namewere
were roasted alive in their little house housenear hou housenear e eneRr
near the railroad track The fires w ware wprestarted warestarted re restarted
started by b careless hunters or by smol smoldering smolderIng smoldering ¬
dering embers of the September firesUnless fires flresUnless firesUnlel6
Unless rain comes soon property devas devastation devastation devastatlon ¬
tation threatens to be almost as great greatas
as that wrought by b the September Ares flresScores AresScores firesScores
Scores of homes in Alpena Presoue PresoueIsle pre Presqueand qut qutIsle
Isle Otzgo Otagoare and Montmorencl counties countiesare countiesare
are reported to be in danger Both BothCherboygan BothCherboygan BothCherboygan
Cherboygan and Alpena are menaced menacedIn 1 1In
In the latter city the flames have got gotten gotten gotten ¬
ten within the city limits The loss Is Isalready Isalr Isalready
already alr d In the hundreds h ndreds of thousands thousandsof
of dollars dollarsFrom twllallFrom dolarsFrom
From Gaylord comes the report that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the flames are running wild and have haveapproached haveapproachMI haveapproached
approached so clone to the town of ofVanderbilt otVanderbilt ofVanderbilt
Vanderbilt that a large gang of watch watchmen watdlmen watchmen ¬
men are kept on guard duty The fire flredepartment ftredepartment firedepartment
department and hundreds of volunteers volunteersare volunteersAre
are engaged in fighting the flame flamewhich flamewhich flamewhich
which are burning in the brush inside insidethe Insidethe insidethe
the city limits Fires were started in inthe Inthe inthe
the downtown district but were extinguished extin extinguished extinguished ¬
guished A huge pile of sawdust with withflro within within
in the city limits at Che1oo1gan caught caughtfire caughtfire
fire yesterday esterda afternoon endangering endangeringthe
the whole city The forest fires around aroundthe aroundthe aroundthe
the city are said to be the worst of the theyear theer theyear
year yearOne yearOne er erOne
One Town Wiped Out OutTwo OutTwo i iTwo
Two More Threatened ThreatenedDETROIT ThreateneaDETROIT ThreatenedDETROIT
DETROIT Mich Oct lItAlpena 16 Alpena dis dispatches dlsIMltches dispatches ¬
patches say that Millersburg a town own of ofSfiO ot8I
8I SfiO O population has been completely de destroyed destroyed destroyed ¬
stroyed by fire and the whereabouts whereaboutsof
of the inhabitants are unknown unknownThe unknownThe unknownThe
The relief trains from Alpena were
forced to turn back by the flames The Thewhole Thewhole Thewhole
whole of northeastern n rlhou em Michigan Is burn burnIng burnIng burning
Ing in spots spots and grave fears are felt faitfor feltfor feltfor
for several thousand people All hope hopefor hopolor hopefor
for the people of Metz Met has been given givenup givenup givenup
up here Railroad officials in Detroit Detroithave Detroithave Detroithave
have taken hold of the situation and andare andarc andarc
arc endeavoring to devise means for forgetting lorgetting forgetting
getting relief into the burning sections sectionsThe JIOOtlonThe sectionsThe
The forest fo foof flros have reached Alpena Alpenaa Alp Alpa
a city of 201KW 20t00fires IOO on n th the e shore of Lake
Huron and are Inside the city limits limitsAll UmIUlAU limitsAll
All business busln 8 haa been 1 > Mn suspended and andthe andthe andthe
the entire population which has as turned out outto outto outto
to fight the names which are sweeping
in troin from the northwest northwestArrangement northWMtArmnSemen northwestArrangements
Arrangement have been made for re removing removlnJ removing ¬
moving the people by rail and water if ifthe Ifthe ifthe
the fire gets beyond controlCheboygan control controlCheboygan controlChebon
Cheboygan Chebon > on the Straits of Maokl Maoklnac Maoklnac uscklnaco
nac naco IBUOu Inhabitants Is also seriously seriouslythreatened sertoulJbthreateRed seriouslythreatened
threatened Meager reports are drifting
in from the burning district dl U1ct but at
least four small towns with a a total totalpopulation to totalpopulation l lpopulation
population of 2009 000 leave b been en totally
destroyed destroyedNo
No trace of the derailed train out wf wfMetz ofMetz t tMet
Metz Met has been secured awl aIM it appearscertain appears appearscertain appt1certain
certain that it t has been n > destroyed lestroyedwith IMlroedwith destroyedwith
with two hundred people Frantic et etforts ettOIts etforts
forts are being lnlC made at Alrxrtm in l na lt to toreach tor toreach
reach r eh Mlllersourg UUer oulg which IS s still UU burn burnIng burnIng burning
Ing IngMurky IngU
Murky U urky Pall of Smoke SmokeStops SmokeStops SmokeStops
Stops River Steamers SteamersSAULT SteamersSAULT SteamersSAULT
SAULT STE MARIE Mich Oct Oct1i IS ISFoieat 10Fotest
Foieat 01 et fires are again raging around aroundthis aroundthis rOUndthh
this city elt and early this morning ap appeared apJleared appeared ¬
peared at the city cit limits limitsThe Umi UmiI limitsThe
The tires are worse than those of sev seyeral several H Heral ¬
I eral w weeks < Mks age and the town of Brimtoy Brimtoy1s BrimM BrimMIs
Is being wlpr wll wiped > > d out and several others othersare othersare
are in aapser dal danger er There is J no sign ef rain rainto rainto rainto
to relieve rtJle th the situation situationThe 3ItuatkMlThe situationThe
I The smoke over the St Marys river riverIs rverIs
Is no > > 0 thick that nevi navigation na ation Uon has na been beenabandoned MenabandO beenabandoned
abandoned abandO abandonedFAIRYLAND c4 c4FAIRYLAND
FAIRYLAND SCENE SCENEAT SCENEV SCENEATWONDER V
AT ATWONDER WONDER PLAYX1hite PLAYWhite PLAY PLAYWhite
White House Lawn LawnWill Will Pre Present Present Present ¬
sent Superb Spectacle at atGYeet atGreet atGreet
Greet Performance PerformanceUnder
Under U r perfect per t autumn skies and withroe with withfoe with withtoe
foe White House and the imposing imposingState imposngState IputagSCate
State War and Navy avy building bulldin Mend Mending bIe blendlag 4l 4llAg
lAg in the distance dte wee with Ith nature as a 1
stage setting i Ien en Greet and his hl Wood Woodlawn Woodlawn
lawn 1 wn players will present two of Haw Hawtltornes Ha Hawthemes w wthornes
themes Wonder Tales Ta before a fash fashionable fashIonable fashionable ¬
ionable audience on the White hlte House Houselawn Hou Houla1n Houselawn
lawn this afternoon att rnoon at 316 oclock oclockThe oclockThe oclockThe
The unique outdoor productions to be begiven begten begiven
given this afternoon and tomorrow tomorrowmorning tomorrewmorning tomorrowmorning
morning at tt oclock are the result of ofthe DCthe ofthe
the interest t felt by the President l > r ldent and andMrs aadMrs andMrs
Mrs Roosevelt Roo eelt in the Washington V8b tOR Play Playgrounds pJa pJagrounds Playgrounds ¬
grounds Association The official diplo diplomatic dtpIGmatic diplomatic ¬
matic and residential society sets have havaresponded haveresponded ve veresponded
responded freely to the example set by bythe bythe bythe
the first lady of the land and the boxes boxesthis boxesthis boxesthis
this afternoon will Ill be occupied by the theCabinet theCabinet theCabinet
Cabinet members and their families familiesdiplomats famHlesdiplomats familiesdiplomats
diplomats and people prominent so soclally soclallj sodally
dally clallyAll clalljAll dallyAlt
All this thl morning Ben Greet and his hisplayers hisplayers hisplayers
players have ha e been rehearsing upon the theslope th8slope theslope
slope that will act as a a stage for this thisafternoons thisaternoons thisafternoons
afternoons performance e A score of ofWsXilrston otVasILgton ofWas
Was WsXilrston drgton school hool children ci ildren will par participate partidpate participate ¬
ticipate in the choruses and songs and andtheir andtheir andtheir
their youthful voices have mingled mtn led all allmorning Allmornin allmorning
morning mornin with the sound of the work workmans workmans workmans ¬
mans hammer and saw as the impro improvised imprpvised mpl9 ¬
vised boxes and a small stage just kt ktthe atthe titthe
the foot of the slope was being erected erectedThe erectedThe
The Marine Band in full will m open openthe o openthe n nthe
the concert at 3l 316 this afternoon and andwill andwHl andwrit I
will play lay for half an hour while the thecrowd thecrowd thecrow
crowd crow is gathering Jth ring Promptly at the theappointed theappointed theappointed
appointed moment the Ben Greet play playors pla plars playrs
ors rs will emerge from behind the nat natural natural natural ¬
ural wings provided by overhanging overhangingvines
vines and shrubbery and one of the themost themost themost
most unusual spectacles in the history historyof
of theatrical performances in the etty ettywlll cttjwH eft eftwill
wlll wH begin beginPandora beginant E
Pandora ant a the Box of Mischief Mischiefand Mischiefapd I1schler I1schleral1d
and Midas and the Golden Touch Touchare Toucharc Touchare
are the plays pla s to be given today and andat andat andat
at the morning performance tomorrow tomorrowArrangements tomorrowArrangements tomorrowArrangements
Arrangements Tomorrow TomorrowIf
If tomorrow is clear cle r the committee committeeannounces committeeannounces committeeannounces
announces announces that it will provide room for foran foran foran i
an unlimited number of o spectators in inContinued 18ConUnud IsContinued
I
Continued on Second Se ond Page >
FLEET DRAWS NEAR NEARTO NEiRTO NEARTO i
TO JAPANESE AGOG
YOKOHAMA Oct 15 l 1Thousands Thousands of ofcraft otcraft ofcraft
craft with enthusiastic crowds on onboard onboard onboard
board arc now outside the harbor pa patiently patiently patiently ¬
tiently waiting to catch the first glimpse glimpseof
of the American battle fleet which Is Isexpected Isexpected Isexpected
expected to come Into view some time timetoday timetoda3o timetoday
today todayMany toda3oMany todayMany
Many of the merchant vessels as aswell asell aswell
well ell as the shore stations arc in con constant contant constant ¬
stant > > communication with the Japanese Japanesefleet Jap Japanesefleet n6lre n6lreeet
fleet eet whoop met the Americans and are arenow arenow arenow
now conveying them to this port Evory Everyvessel Evoryvessel Evoryvessel
vessel that could possibly pos lbl go outside outsidelias out3ldeh6ts outsidehks
lias left the harbor and hundreds of oflaunches otlaunches oflaunches
launches and sail boats have ventured venturedfar venturefar enturudfar
far beyond the usual limits for those thosecraft UlosecralL thosecraft
craft craftVblle craftWhile
While Yhl1e the fleet will arrive oft the harbor har harbor harbor ¬ I
bor bor this afternoon the original pro program probram program ¬
gram which provided for their arrival arrivaltomorrow arrivaltomorrow
tomorrow morning will probably be carried car carried carried ¬
ried oat oatA ontA outA
A big buoy has been assigned to each eachAmerican eachAmerican I IAmerican
American ship in a double line extend extending oxtendfR extending ¬
ing fR from almost directly In front of the thecity thocU thecity
city cU to a point one mile below on the theeasterly the085terJ theeasterly
easterly aide of the harbor harborThe harborThe harborThe
The Japanese float will anchor dlroct dlroctly dlroctIS directly
ly opposite the Americans on the west westHide west4ldJ restwide
Hide in the same order orderThousands orderThousands orderThousands
Thousands of outoftown people are arearriving arearrlvlB arearriving
arriving arrlvlB on every train and the decora de ora ¬
tions of the streets and buildings far farsurpass farsurpass farsurpass
surpass anything thlng of the kind ever at attempted attempted attempted ¬
tempted in Japan JapanThe JapanThe JapanThe
The gunboat Yankton V the advance advanceguard advanceguard advanceguard
guard of the fleet steamed into the theharbor theharber theharbor
harbor this morning mornln and received r elved an anenthusiastic anEonthu8lastlc anenthusiastic
enthusiastic greeting but > ut it was the de desire desire desire ¬
sire of all the people to see ee the greatest greatestfleet greatestfleet greatestfleet
fleet in its fighting form and not a sin single 81ngle single ¬
gle gunboat For gunboats of all the theworld theworld theworld
world swing Into Ittto the Yokohama harbor harborat
at all times thPf and thfc t tli sight of a single singlefighting slnslofighting singlefighting
fighting machine is nothing extraordin extraordinary ¬
ary aryThe
The reception committee left Tokyo Tokyothis TOkyothi5 Tokyothis
this morning and arrived at Yokohama Yokohamalater Yokohamalater Yokohamalater
later In the day to take part In the fes festivities festivities es esthiUes ¬
tivities Baron Salto extented a cordial cordialgreeting cordialgreotlng cordialgreeting
greeting to the Americans of the fleet fleeton fleeto fleeton
on o behalf of the nation and said that thatall thatall thatall
all Japan was eagerly eager awaiting a sight sightof
of the great naval power of the United UnitedStates UnitedStatos UnitedStates
States StatesA
A report from rom
Amoy 4mO China
says saysthat sa saysthat s sthat
that a typhoon yesterday esterdaYdemoUshed esterdaYdemoUshedall demolished demolishedall
all the buildings erected for the recep reception recaptlon reception ¬
tion of the officers and mon of the theAmerican theAmerican theAmerican
American battleship fleet with the theexception theexception theexception
exception of the main reception hallMany hallMany hall hallMany
Many stores In the town were badly badlydamaged badl1damaged badlydamaged
damaged and the electric lighting lightingplant lightingplant lightingplant
plant is under sex sot et waigf w
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I CHIEF CHIEF FIGURES FlGURESiNP INPANAM IN PANAMA NAMA A GRAFT INQUIRY II
INCREASING DEFICIT DEFICITNational DEFICITBESTIRSPRESIDENT DEFICITBESTIRS
BESTIRS BESTIRSPRESIDENT BESTIRSPRESIDENTNational PRESIDENT PRESIDENTNational
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In going over with Ith the various vsrlo r16 r16De1S a mem members members ¬
bers of o hie Cabinet the preliminary preliminarywork preliminarywork ltrJIInc ltrJIIncwork
work incident tnekl t to his tins annual mes message mese moesage ¬
sage e to Congress President Roosevelt Rooseveltha ROCS Roosevelthas veit veith
ha h has discovered that the strictest Mr1et t kind kindof kindof kindof
of economy will be necessary neee tary from now nowon DtlWon nowon
on to make a reduction rduet IH the deficit dencltwhich detklthleh deficitwhich
which hleh is being heln piled up at the rate rat of ofbetween otbetween ofbetween
between T20090GO 1060 and JX000iOO UOOD OtG0 < OO a aM aMfhe day dayTh dayrhe
Th fhe receipts re pts of the country nt are falling falHnsrbehind fallingbehind fallingbehind
behind the income and the President is isanxious Isanxlous Ii Iianxious
anxious to t > strike a fair balance before beforefie b64IreIe
fie Ie retires from office on March 4 4The 4The 4The
The heads of every ever department d in the theGovernment theQoyernmfnt theGovernment
Government have been ordered to retrench re retrench retrench ¬
trench to the utmost utmo t limits limitsThe UmUsfhe limitsthe
The appropriations 8 for last year yearamounted yea yeamuunted yearamounted
amounted to more than SU06eOXM 0 and andalthough andalthuugh andalthough
although strenuous efforts will be made madeto madeto madeto
to make a reduction In this total It is isdoubtful isdoubtful isdoubtful
doubtful if it can be done This is islargely isIargel1 Islargely
largely due to the fact that all of the theDepartments thecpaltmenUl thedepartments
Departments are growing and instead insteadef m teal tealof
of asking for smaller appropriations appropriationsthan
than were made last year larger ssu ssuwill sun suniwill
will 111 be imperative imperativePostoffice ImperativePostoffice imperativePostofce
Postoffice Deficit DeficitThis DeficitThis DeficitThis
This is especially true of the Postoffice PostofficeDepartment PoatotftceDeopartment PostofficeDepartment
Department A part of the enormous enormousdeficit enormousdeficit
deficit of SOC8Me Z now existing is > due dueto dueto dueto
to the fact that th the Postofflce Department Depart Departiitent
ment called upon the Treasury Tre < qIry for 1 1iOiOW
606009 in July and that this department departmentlias I
Las l iS already alroad called upon the Treasury TreasuryIn
In the th first half of October for r an ad additional additlonal ¬
ditional t66C9009 OO8 in excess of the t e appropriation ap appropriation appropriatlc ¬
propriation for that department departmentA
A large port of this tb money H M has been beenpaid been181d beenpaid
paid out to railroads ror carrying car lng mails mailsPostmaster ntllsPostm88tpr mallsPostmaster
Postmaster General Meyer has issued ISfiuedorders Issuedorders
I orders for clean c supervision of all es estimates e eUrnates estimates ¬
timates being prepared in his depart department department ¬
ment and when they have been submit submitted 3UDnl subnitted t tted ¬
ted to him they the will be cut down to the thebone thehone
> bone boneThe boneTh honeThe 1
The Th army and navy na probably will feel feelthe teell feelthe
the retrenchment trench Unt orders more mo than any anyother anyother 1
other branch of the Government Sec Secretary Secretary ¬
retary Mctcalf is giving personal Non1 super rupervifiion supervision upervision
vision to the estlmtcs which are areIns be being b bing
ing prepared and present indications indicationsare
are tnt the only onl extensions which nlch will willte willbe 111 111be I
be permitted are th those se which are abeolutasiy ab abpoluteuy abfolutlbY
poluteuy necessary The same me Is true of ofthe 1 ofthe i ithe
the army
armyNo
No Estimates Received ReceivedUnder ReceivedUndr ReceivedLinder
Under the law all estimates were due dueat dueat dueat
at the office of the Secretary Seer try of theTreasury the theTreasury thelreaoury
Treasury yesterday but Secretary Cor Cortelyou Cortelyou Cortetyou
telyou said today that all of them had hadnot hadnot hadnot
not yet et been receives receivesHe receiveHe recciveeHe
He declared however tht some encouragement en encouragement enourag8Jl1ent ¬
couragement over the financial situation situationof > > Ituatlunof
of the Government was to be found in inthe Inthe Inthe
the Increase In customs receipts r elpts These Thesereceipts Theserecelptc Thesereceipts
receipts on n September 1 wer were 7SSm35 S7e51x436On 7SSm35On 7iSI I35 I35On
On October 1 they amounted < l to 5951 5951WO31 Dil 9510s0g1 DilThe
WO31 The internal revenue receipts on onSeptember onI onSeptember
September 1 ware w re 25651991 and on October Oc October October ¬
I tober 1 they were ore 72386647 72386647On i 72100647On tI64j tI64jOn
On October O tober 12 1 L ° they the 1 amounted to n 1 12S800CSS t2S
2S800CSS 2S800CSSSALOME 259 006SS 006SSSALOME 8S 8SSALOME
SALOME ALARMS CLERGY CLERGYSPRIXGFIELD CLERGYSPRINGFIELD CLERGYSPRINGFIELD
SPRINGFIELD Mass Oct 16 1GThe 1GThebooking 16Thebooking The Thebooking
booking of Gertrude Hoffman In hor horSalome horSalome herSalome
Salome dance In the Court Square e Theater The Theater Theater ¬
ater for next week has disturbed the theclergy thedert theclergy
clergy dert of Springfield and formal pro protest prot4 protest ¬
test t4 Bl1 Ui b Qi made to the mayor
COURTEOUS SOUTH V VOUTDONE
OUTDONE BY TAFTJudge TAFTJudge TAFT TAFTJudge
Judge Shows Himself Mas Master iVlaster Master ¬
ter of Gallantry Gallant in Enthu Enthusiastic Enthusi Enthusiastic ¬
siastic si stic Demonstrations DemonstrationsBy
I
By JAMES HAY JR JRCHATTANOOGA JRCHATTANOOGA JRCHATTANOOCA
CHATTANOOGA Tens Tenon Oct I IJudge K KJudtre 1tJudge
Judge Taft spoke itpol to a JL crowd of MM MMpeople 6i0lpeople IN INpeople
people in the Coliseum here at tt S oclock oclockthis ocIoekthl oclockthis
this thl mon morning He WAR W 1J in fine form No NoSouthern NoSouthern NoSouthern
Southern gentleman who has JIa JIahl preserved preservedhis
his hl waist line intact tnta t by a lens life of ofdeep o odeep ofdeep
deep and incessant bows had anything anythingon
on the Republican candidate today todaywhen tOOa tOOaWhen todaywhen
when It come to dealing in pleasant pleasantW4 pleasantwords Ieaq nt nt1f
W4 words r s assurances e of esteem and flow flowery AowEo Mowery ¬
Eo ery compliments complimentsThe complimentThe
The Judge Knew he was in n the land landof laDdot landof
of politeness and poetrr and he actedon actedon acted
on the old Adage that when you are ta taRome JaRome laRome
Rome best thing thln to do is to Rome Romearouifcl RomeAtoufto1 Romearound
around His speech was one of the thebig thebig thebig
big hits of his hl campaign It was 98 pune punctuated punetuate4 punetuated ¬
tuated by rounds of applause p from the theTennesseans theTennesseAns theTennesseans
Tennesseans and he permitted tmttted a riot riotof riotoC riotof
of cheering when he said saidIam sakiIan saidIann
Ian confident con ftt thai there are ar In Ten Tennessee Tenneeeee Tennesm
nessee three classes ctas es of Democrats la lathe IIIllM Inthe
the first class are those who will vote votefor voteor votefor
for or roe In the second are those who whowill whowi1 whowin
will not vote at all and in the third are arethose arethose arethose
those who will lil vote Gt for my m opponent in inthe inthe n ntht
the hope that be will not n t be electedCharms elected electedCharms eleet d dCharms
Charms by His Manner MannerBefore MannerBefore
Before making this point however howeverJudge howeverJudge howeverJudge
Judge Taft had paved the way to it itwith Itwith
with a smtlteK ease CL < e of o manner aer and aRdline a aline aline
line of language that went eAt far toward towardupsetting toWoart1upsettlnJ towardupsetting
upsetting the oW theory tlteol that t at South Southerners Southerases ¬
erases are the only onl men who bo are arepast arepast arepast
past masters in the th art of duplex duplexnickelplated duplexnickelplated x xnickelplated
nickelplated ballbearing badinage badinageHe
He said his father had been one of toe teeprime terprime
I prime movers in the construction of oftheir orthek oftheir
their Cincinnati Southern railway Ifereferred He Hereferred Herererred
referred to his attempts to secure an anappropriation anfrom anappropriation
appropriation from Congress for the theconstruction tkeeonstrucUon theconstruction
construction of o a big military mUltal park parkhere parkhere parkhere
here and he xplained that his serv services seryIces erv ervIces ¬
ices on the bench in a circuit includ including ¬
ing Tennessee Tt > unessee had made him under understand undertand understand ¬
stand the viewpoint and love eve the people peopleof p e eor
of the South SouthHis SouthHis SouthHis
His argument was that a State fineTennessee like likeTennessee likeTennese
Tennessee e whose growing Industries Indttetriespend de depend doad ¬
pend ad on A protective tang tariff riff such as the theown theRePl1tUCf1S
RePl1tUCf1S rS advocate should for Its Itsown itsown
own sake be in the Republican column columnHe columnHe columnHe
He said his hearers should relegate to tothe tothe tothe
the back shelf that old tradition which whichbinds wklctbinds whichbinds
binds every evol Southerner to vote the theOemocratic theDemocratic
Democratic 1 > ticket no matter what hao haojltokether ha hanetOgeth haopena
pena penaAltogether +
netOgeth Altogether r the meeting meeting here was one onewhich OMwhich onewhich
which will make this n tour memorable memorableHis
His explanation that he came to the theSouth theSouU theSouth
South to persuade It tt that it t belongs longs in inthe in inthe Inlhe
the Republican column was no his less en enthusiastically enthuslastlUy ¬
thueiastie thusiastically ± iny received than his asser assertion asserUon assertion ¬
tion I may ma not get a single electoral electoralvote electoralote electoralvote
vote ote from the South but that will not notmatter DOtmatter notmatter
matter I will have enough without It ItEnthusiasm IL ILEnthusiasm itEnthusiasts
Enthusiasm Wont Carry State StateAlong StateAlong StateAlong
Along the streets he was cheered in incessantly Ince inceesantly ¬
cessantly ce sanU1 The brass bands played playedDixie playedDlxle playedDixie
Dixie to him and he had to stand 5t in inContinued InContlnued1n inV
V Continued an n Second Page
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Including transfer via Baltimore Ohio OhioR OhioR OhioR
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tober IS stopping at Kensington RockviNe Rock Rockvtlle RockllIe
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i ENGINEER G D STRICKLER STRICELERsALONZO STRICKLERa STRICKLER2ALOIfZQ
a 2ALOIfZQ ALONZO M LAWSON LA LAWSON3ATTORNEY WSON WSON3ATTORNEY
3 3ATTORNEY ATTORNEY SAMUEL B THOMAS THOMAS4GEKERAL THOMAS4GENERAL
4 4GEKERAL GENERAL GARLINGTON GARLINGTON5COL DARLINGTON5COL
5 5COL COL G W GOETHALS GOETHALSCounter GOETHALSCHARGES GOETHALSCHARGES
CHARGES ARE MADE MADEAGAINST MADEAGAINSTBROTHERS
AGAINST AGAINSTBROTHERS AGAINSTBROTHERSCounter BROTHERS BROTHERSCounter
Counter Accusations Sprung Sprungin
in Hearing Today of ofPanama ofPan ofPanama I
Pan Panama ma Case CaseCounter CaseC04iIItec CaseCounter
Counter charge e es oC attempted bribery briberywere bdberywer briberywere
were made by b Government witnesses witnessesagainst wk1taeMJIapinet w4tneeezagainst
against William W Mam F Brothers of New NewCrane Nework Neworlr
ork president t oC the B Balanced CaMe CaMeCraBe CableCrane
Crane Company who filed charges chargesagainst chargesagatwIt chargesagainst
against Panama e canal nsi otdate te which whichthey wbJeI1they whichthey
they swore that graft att aM nd mfci mfciewee taheMe In11ueuee
ewee had resulted in letting a contract contractto
to a rival bidder at a hearing held at atthe atUte atthe
the War Department Depar meDt today by byGeral Inspector InspectorGeneral InspectorGeneral
General K A Gadtngtca GadtngtcaA Grl Gwtm tonA ton tonA
A M Lawson of Washington who whodeclared whowent
went to Panama In behalf of Brot Brothers Brothersdeclared ers erseclanMl
declared before the hearing that Broth Brothers BrotafaUN Brothers ¬
ers had failed to pay pay him money owe owehim II duebum Ie
and tie tfcst t if Brothers BOt ers came to toth teWu toWashington
Washington Wu t gtoft be WOIIId tItrow throw him late latethe
t the th 4 = river
riverScores Scores ores Brothers BrothersI Br t1tecs
I want to explain that t a man came cameto cameto cameto
to me and ad said be was as an attorney from fromNew fromNew
New York and unless I gave evidence evidencethat ev1deecethat evidencethat
that would help Brothers he would pub pubIfeto pabIteh
Ifeto eertato eon letters that are said w to be bein INIA bein
in tl the e possession IOft of Cole and Donilson DonilsonI
I told this thl fellow I would kick aim oci ociand Ot t tand
and in answer aft8 oer I want to say that thatBrothers thatBrothers hatBrothers
Brothers ISTC Is crook crookG
G D Strtdrter for many 1tIJI years a rest resident restdent reeldent ¬
dent of Washington a tDgtoR and a now resident residentengineer rNideatengbteer residentengineer
engineer of the Pacific division vtelon of the theCanal tbeCanal theCanal
Canal testified tetl that Brothers Brot ers had prom promised plomS8ed promIed ¬
ised him 10 per cent coimateeton if f he heontract begot liegot
got the ontract for hie III work OR the thecanal t1tecaBaL thecanal
canal canalAttorney caBaLAttorBe canalAttorney
Attorney AttorBe Samuel Bell Thomas TholD of ofNew o oNe1 ofNew
New York came to Washington early earlytoday earlytoda earlytoday
today toda representing Brothers BrothersMy BrothersMy
My 1 client will not come come explained explainedAttorney exlalDedAttor explainedAttorney
Attorney Attor r Bell for the reason that he hehas 1Iehas hehas
has letters which have ted ed him to think thinkthat thbtktlIat thinkthat
that he could not ret t a fair hearing hearingBut hearingBut hearingBut
But I am here in 1 his behalf be lf and we weare weare weare
are ready to sift these the e charges chargesSwbratts ebaresS8mits chargesSubmits
Submits Letters LettersBrothers LettersBrotbenJ LettersV LettersBrothers V
Brothers through his attorney sub submitted submitted tlb tlbmUted ¬
mitted letters and cards ta which JcA he healoged 1Iealeged bealeged
aleged that Strickler had suggested toM the tnename t thename e ename
name of Robert W Hunt A d t Co who whowere whewere whowere
were close to the Government G4t rnJlMftt and andwould aadwouW andwould
would be ta a position to help alongany along alongany Dltg Dltgan
any an Miiie mechanical defects ta the themachinery UteIIWLcblnery themachinery
machinery Brothers Br bens wants to selL selLK MILF sellF
F I L Avrill A nin resident representative representativefor
for Hunt d Co submitted a letter tetterwritten letterwritten letterwritten
written to him by y Strickter Str kler on cross erossexamlnation eroetlexamlnatloR crossexamination
examination 1 by y r Attorney Thomas ta tawhich Sawhich lawhich
which Strickter wrote ooThl This letter JetterI is isin isiii
in I confidence and do not mention RteIt Oa my rayname myDAme myname
name but I think Hunt Co Cocan CocaR Cocan
can oare for Brothers Strickter add added selded deI deIthat ¬
ed that he would talk to AveriM t later lateron Jateron lateron
on about this
thisMeant
Meant Ne Harm HarmBoth HarmBoth > IBoth
Both Striekler S kler and Ati Averill erill swore that thatno tIMLtno thatno
no harm was s meant by this letter and andthat andthat andthat
that Striekler StricklerVasty tii kl only had one idea and andthat andthat ad adthat
that was to help Brothers along and at atthe atthe atthe
the same time help the Government get geta
a good machine m ehiae if J certain improve JIBFOements improvemeats improvements ¬
ments could be made ma e ta it itDid JtDId ItDid
Did you 0 suggest u est to Brothers that K Kh Ithe Ifhe
h he got a good Arm of engineers and andthey andthey WI WIthe
they the went through with wit the matter teat teatit t t tIt
it would have good effect on the canal canalofficials caB81oCneleJs canalofficials
officials and ad then suggest the name JIM of ofHunt ofHunt ofHunt
Hunt d CoT Co r Strickter was asked askedijo askedo askedNo
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your eur loftuence to Thomas ThomasI get his deVIce Ia user usered r riD
insisted iD lted ed Attorney u uI ThoiDaa
001 I did not but he s said W te me that thatI
I would have to and I told him I didContinued did didI dtdContinued
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a deputy sheriff SBWgfcoi amas ed in 8 ate e door of ofthe oft ofthe
the t e editors e Hors eowpartmeat t of a Union Pa Paokfc PaeiAc Parodic
okfc train here at midnight mi aisht t and served senHwit servedhist erve4him
him with wit papers of ol1M notification tiJkat eft that a asuit aRit asuit
suit for 9MMMMX uoo had Wen e brought broughtag broughtagainst
ag a against alMt met him i for i < < slander and libel by byG b bGov byGov
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its M he evening e and Deputy Sheriff SheriffSt iieriff iieriffSty tr trSi
St Sty part authorized to watch te for fO the thetr t ttrua tietTm
trua tr ix OB which Mr Ie Hearst rod his wife wiltswellW wifewould wifeweitid
would pass through Omaha on their theirw dar theirway r rwa1
way w y fro from Seattle to New ew York YorkWhs YorkWhen
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r AIDe me difficulty d lctdt in locating 1oe < < th tie editors editorsstateroom edftOCJstateroHa editorsstateroom
stateroom but JteaJly halt found f th tile proper properdoor propecaJNl properdoor
door and knocked knockedBehiad bockedBeJ knockedBehiag
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from behind heI 1Id the t e locked door and when whenordered whfnred whenordered
ordered red to open the t e door in 1 the name nameof Da1l nameof
of the Jaw replied that 3ir 3drISeuret Hearst w wu wasnot s so
not o ia the W ro ram Bi but had fO fOIM e to t Ale le a atoi ai aton
ton i gram in the tMt statues statues3iewart
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pelprs p p s t tetbe to Tth the editor woo seemed much muchI muchcalrJer muchairaer
I calmer than ala wife wttMr wUeXr wife7dr
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fused to admit t him merely ere ere17 r because Mea e he hea heaM hesad
a aM d Me ak wtfe were retiring etIria > MId thought thoughtsoch thoughta thoughtsuch
such a method Btet of serving him with pa papers pApen papers ¬
pers an outrage outrageHearsts outJa outJaHearsts outrageHearses
Hearsts Statement StatemeatLater StatementLater t tL
L Later t r Mr Hearac gave out wt the folovln6 fol folJowte folJowtc
Jowte Jowtc statement atatameittWhen statementWben tatemeatWhesa
When Mr r HoakeU first declared red sev several several sevcrai ¬
eral weeks ago EO that he was JOin to toU toue tosue
sue ue me be said 1te was nnsWe to r rUte raise raisethe
Ute U e i necessary ecea ai7 amount of money At Attk Att Atttat
tk t ttat < t time I offered to supply any deficit deficitIn
In order that h he might speedily y bring bringMitt bc1ftgMItt bringsuit
Mitt When hen be stated that he coa ec M i not notta4 1l1ttbMI notMud
Mud m JIM to serve rYe I replied plleII that I wouldaccept WOuldaceept would wouldwere
accept service If t the e nummnnee weremerely weremerely were weremerely
merely mailed to my address addressMr addrHtiir addressMr
Mr ir Haekell adopted the sensational seasationelmethod MAHttondBMthocI sensationalmethod
method oT hreaJclB breaking wt into to my sleepixir sleepixirrooms sleepinrrooms epinr epinrIOOIA8
rooms to serve the summons 9DS but le ledid e edid edt4I
did not adopt the t e sincere method hocI of o s set settbtg setting t tttog
ting trial before the election ttDe I am called call called called ¬
ed to answer on November 16 I reiterate re reKerate rettuate
iterate all I have a said of Mr Haskell Haskelland Hasktalland Haskelland
and all that he has proven by his resignation resig resignation s sea ¬
nation ea IN s national treaewrar I do not notbelieve notwtteTe notbelieve
believe this case wilt ever come to trial trialand tTlaLand trialand
and I defy him to bring K to trial long longenough IOlgeDOUfh longenough
enough before November 3 I for his true truecharacter trufcharacter truecharacter
character to be thoroughly thorou hh exposed la lacourt tncoun Incourt
court courtCRESTFALLEN counCRESTFALLEN courtCRESTFALLEN
CRESTFALLEN CREW CREWOF CREWOf CREWOF
OF YANKEE LANDED LANDEDTwo D DTwo
Two Hundred Men and an < t Officers OfficersViM Officersi1l OfficersWill
ViM i1l Be Investigated by byGovernment b bGovernment byGoverngnent
Government GovernmentBOSTON GovernmentB06TO GoverngnentBOSTON
BOSTON Oct iThe nl The crew of the thestranded thestraacMd thestranded
stranded cruiser Yankee seven contra comma romm88Iofted commasloaed ia iastoned
stoned officers and 3gf enlisted enl Jted men noeswere menwere ne newee
were ndea at the Cna4 Cb Chdqetown 1l8 stown navy navyy navyyard navyyard
y yard rd today by the coWers Nero ero and andI
I I Lebannon The men will remain pn PtcJ PtcJIn < l lI ilag
I lag In an official inquiry into the mioh mli mwhap mwhapwhich dp dpI p pI
I which probably b bty lost to the UwUel S St ia iaa a33a i iI
a fullfledged cruiser cruiserToday lrutserToday cruiserToday
I Today the enlisted men will be trans transferred tr traneferred l lftrred ¬
ferred from the colliers which hlclt braise broiujrthem brm braisethem t tthem
them from the Hen and Cklrken lken ref refta rte r rSa fIn
ta Buzzards bay the scene of hen henwreck th thwreck tl tlwreck
wreck to the United States steamer steamerWabash stearuerWa SteamerWabash
Wabash Wa Asb Commander Com C < C Marsh of ofthe ofthe r rthe
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