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The Star St Star34386 Star34386ROCKEFELLER r 34386 34386ROCKEFELLER 34386ROCKEFELLER
ROCKEFELLER WILL FIGHT FIGHTTHE FIGHTTHE j jTHE
THE HOOKWORM HOOKWORMIt
It may w well U be doubted dob 1tttMl wl w wJohn wheths whethsJohn et etJohn
John D Rockefeller hae give giTeII away wa1 say aityof sayof Y Yof
of lis millions for a better purpose purposethan pultOMthan purpethan
than the object of ofJ his s nit recent r t con eontribution contribution contnbution
tribution the eradication enMile tionof of the book bookworm bOokworm
worm
Toward this t1t 8 end Mr Rockefeller hu huannounced
announced a gift ft of a a million iUiOft dollars dollarsA dollarsA
A commission of eminent scientists scientistseducators lCienti acieMiatseducators t tEducators
educators and paWks ttblIe laen ss bag been or organized organized o oanized ¬
ganized anized to carry on a campaign pa against againstthe ap siast siastthe ut utthe
the malady maladyUntold maladyrntold maladyrntold
rntold misery miry and untold ld economic economicloss econoMic108s eco otc
loss have been isn tanse the U South by the theravages tMravages tb tbran5ge8
ravages of Ute Mo bookwr hookwiswf disease 4liMMeH If Ifit Itit I Iit
it is wiped out out it will not onbr opq odl relieve relievean relievean rellevan
an enormous amount of suffering iljfe but butwill butwill butwill
will in the long run 8Hhaiee 8B lft the pros prosperity proeperity profperity ¬
perity of many sectwae sec sctio OJll8 No one class classof claMIf cIa cIalf
of people has a monopoly of the mal malady malady mIady ¬
ady It is widely aiffcrfeKtei cI tel through tarowgkmany t nMlClImany throughmany
many of the t e rural district C Much Mu of ofthe ofthe ofth
the th backwardne s of the aooalled lI Oc led poor poorwhites poorwrotL8 poorwhites
whites of the So ScM1 South th baa been caused causedby eamodby 1IHd 1IHdby
by the hookworm Until reoantly rec the thedisease tBediseASe thedisease
disease has been bat little understood understoodbut UJMIentoodbut uMerstoodbut
but the researches of such experts as asDr asDr asiDr
Dr Charles W Stiles St11 of the PuWieHenith Public PublicHealth PublicHea1th
Health and Marine Hospital BO IIoiits1 ipital Service Servicehave Sent Senthave ServIcehave
have shed a flood cotL of light on every everyphase eeryphase everyphase
phase of it it It ie sow ew thoroughly thoroughlycomprehended tJaoroRghJycomprehended tbOroeghlycomprehendod
comprehended and the effective treat treatment treatment trtment ¬
ment of it is no longer 1o er a mystery ery The Thetime TMtimft Thethnt
time has come wbee a great campaign campaignagainst awpeignagainst p pagainst
against the disease backed eked by airfple Diplemeans aufplemeans airfplemeans
means can go o far to stamp p it out Otat and andjudging Iwdjudging kndjudging
judging by the character of the com commission oommission cornmission
mission which has been organised ocuhod Jtised this thiswill tlwill thiswill
will be done doneIt doneIt doneIt
It is jm impowibl to aetiraeje the t e re returns returns returns ¬
turns that will aeertte In the t Jng run runfrom ruBfrom iuufrom
from a railKon doihurs Invested in such sucha sucha
a campaign Many an of the people ia the theSouth theouth thebuuth
South outh white and ad black who are affect affected fteeted affected ¬
ed by the bookworm have W not the themeans themeans theiaiis
means to secure treatment and spd pel this thiscontribution thisc thisctntribution
contribution c should put treatment trtaucstthin treatmentwithin tn1atJReftt tn1atJRefttwIthin
within thin the reach of a a large number numberIt aumberIt mw mwIt
It is i not necessary to eumnMud Mr MrKwUf irIokpfeller MrotkfeI1ers
Iokpfeller KwUf otkfeI1ers fillers methods of getting hisnijilions his hismillions
millions mill ions to approve bis hi way ar of ofmg spend spending spendATig ¬
ing this particular million Rightly ap appiied applied p pplifd
plied it it it will revohttSonise eondfefcioBS eoad in inmany inInTY inmiy
J many of the communities eoam 1U tiell now infested infestedv
v it Ith t the bookworm bookwormTHE hookwonaTHE hookwormTHE
THE LlftRL DEFEAT D IN INLONDON INLONDON INLONDON
LONDONTue LONDON LONDONLondon LONDONT
T Tue h Bel Berus7 j l dJv of SMith SeMJtark SMithark
ark London > ndoe held a ejection eIee jester J
Uv to choose ch a member memb r of the home homeM
M f oinmon The unionists ataYOJi won by byfubtantial a asubstantial a aCmtarttial
substantial plurality 1 ovwxthe t1Ie liberals Jiberoillt Iibers Iibersmit liberalsbut
but had ha the liberal Ii sad socialise e eiiidat caa caadHla uniiUuti
dHla iiidat t < s been able to aM their theirJgdbf strength strengthIjgethor sfrougtkethr
Ijgethor ethr they the would have won by a ajuir aa aJflt
juir a I r margin marginThe marginTJH marginT1t
The opposition oppo itioD to the LloydGeorge LloydGeorgebudget L1oyd UoydGorshudget JeoIwe JeoIwehudget
hudget accepts the result of this tub poU poUits poUj poUrg
j rg go its s a very sigailesat signifies it iifc indfoation that thatLondon tJaatLunJon that1ndon
London is opposed to the budget and andthat aadthat andthat
that it will ill be perfectly sale Mi i for the thepeers thepeeN theper
peers per to reject re it and rely on an appeal appealto
to the country countryThe countryThe countryThe
The reasoning is is only superficially superficiallyBoupd taperlciaUBOupd superciaHysoupd
Boupd The Tb Bennoadsey election hasFImI1y has hasBitnply huimply
imply demonstrated that the division divisionthe ioaflf
flf < > the progressive strength between betweenfoeiulists wia beEwseithsts
foeiulists eithsts ia I i8tAJ and radicals will be MIt ruinous ruinousit
it will ow ill mean that the Ui progressive prGIIeI8I forces locoeswill foroMwill forceswill
will Le defeated soundly in i the general generalflections generalfiCCtlOflS 1 1f
flections f iectio in 15 January nsJssj uaM they tMyto f8 f8toother get gettogither
toother tootherWithout to togitherWithout dher dherWithout
Without stasbfc 4 the peers are areuw JDbI JDbIltJW r1 r1now
now uw to reject re the budget Mr iL iLKeorge Jof4 Jof4heorge Lloy4forge
Keorge forge Mr Qmrchm and the rest of oftae ofbe ofte
tae radicalliberals will have e to carry carryt
t ue e burden of responsibility for the fate fatef fateIt fateSt
It f their party They will not overlook overlooktfte overlookthe overlookthe
the necessity neeee ty of eosMolidatinf ac th thS their theirureiB tINi tINiIJre
S ureiB IJre They will be driven to ketJlh aaksuh make makehurh
hurh tJlh concession eo ellll to the socialist and andlabor aDdwr andibor
labor wr parties as will wake Ice possible the theelection tileiection theieetion
election of a JIIObM pro budget majority jority They Theyn T1ae T1aen Theyiu
iu n accomplish 4ccorn ceo ip this thi only by hIJTlanagemeat careful carefulmanagement canalnanagewent
management with the purpose of con consolidating CORfiiJIidating conldating ¬
solidating ldating their strength in sash eon eontituency 101IJJtjtu eonstitueney
tituency JJtjtu ney In the 1903 election the theliberals tileI
liberals I i were pretty successful 111I in this thisend tw twIi titleend
end Ii nd they should be able to repent t it in 1
1910 It is byrno bno means unlikely ikeJ that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the Bennondssy BerJDOll e1 result may 1 point the theway dieay thevay
way ay for salvation IYatioD of the Us liberals Moth Mothing MotJtirlg NotittLg
ing tLg would be so good for their tWr8S sans sansas sense
as to have the tit peers contemptuously contemptuouslyreject eoatempWouelrtjed C0IZtOfl1MOU51 C0IZtOfl1MOU51the
reject the budget If that were doneunder doneunder done cIosaeunder
under circumstance eir u which would sin a ar let harrfectly letperfectly
perfectly r rfectly plain tlmt there mu 1I1U8t t be beJliltting a aTUtting ajuttng
TUtting aside We qf lf all Il difference difrfr nef and di div diions
the lat labor socialist aocialistliberal 8ociaUtlilwra1 socialistIibtral
v t isions ions among aJDGll > or
liberal and other elements favoring favoringifir favoringthe favoringthe
the budget then it would very likely likelylead likelyIfad likelylead
lead to a liberal majority coming back backto backtt backt
to t the t1Jenext next house hou e It is perfectly perfectlyplain perfectlypI perfectlypftAii
plain pI am of course that the various di cliI ¬
I
visions of the liberalsocialist force forcewill forceWill forocwill
will lose if they put candidates into intothe intothe Intothe
the field in all the eenstituenciee tituuciee os ospedaJly Oilpeeia1ly uspeclelly
pedaJly in view of the fact that t at the theunionists the111I theunlonlots
unionists 111I are supplied sup with campaign campaignfunds campaignfuftds campaIgnfunds
funds for this t i crisis as they never neverhave BI8rban neverhave
have been before beforeUP beforeUP beforeUP
UP TO THE COMMISSIONERS COMMISSIONERSCONGRESS COMMISSIONERSCONGRESS COMMISSIONERSCONGRESSAND
CONGRESS CONGRESSAND AND US USNo USNo USNo
No ODe in his seams doubts doo til the edueaitioiis5l edu educational eduti ¬
cational value vae of the modern piano pianoplayer piaNpIai pianoplayer >
player pIai Nor does any one in hie senses sensesbelieve 8eDMbelieve sensesbelieve
believe the District Public Library Librarymore Libnuymore Librarymore
more than fulfilled an n opportunity for forproper forproper forproper
proper usefulness u when it established establisheda eetablia ei eicireulati
a a circulating cireulati g supply auppl of perforated musk muskmils muaioJIOIIa musicrolls
mils in inJune June 1908 1908The 190flThe 1908The
The Association of Automatic PianoPlayer Piano PianoPlayers PianoPla718
Players immediately saw the import importance impOrtnee ImpOrtsues ¬
nee of this tki move me and contributed 100 100which 100which 100which
which with aa equal sum from theLibrarys the theLibrarys theLibrarys
Librarys scant funds enabled e bled the thelibrarian theJibraria thelibrarian
librarian to circulate reulste IU 488 rolls with a atotal ato atotil
total to i of 12779 issues for the the last ten tenmonths teaJDOIIt tenrnoiitlui
months JDOIIt In ether ot er words 828 2 Wash Washington WuhigtoD Washhilton ¬
hilton homes were brightened Dr htenoo by the thechoice theehoice thediciec
choice among 500 musical compositions compositionsuntil oompo compositionsuntil itH n8 n8uatlltlae
until uatlltlae the service was suspended suspendedWhy auapeudedWhy suspendedWhy
Why was the service suspended at atmill atall
mill all Read the tit report of of the t e librarian librarianThe librarianThe librarianThe
The rising ri tg tide of book circulation circulationon mreu ltioB ltioBOD
on the one hand JMI and the fact that the themusic tJMDluaie themusic
music rolls were becoming worn and andneeded aDdrepJeRiMiRg andneeded
needed replenishing made it seem adi adivisable ad adviable ad1viasbie
viable to suspend sus pend this feature fo ture on April
1 With Withan an increase incre se of staff staffh st stallN I IIt
h It is hoped to resume 18MU e this work
Again AgamAndrew ApbtAadre AgainAndrew
Andrew Aadre Carnegie rnegIe donor of the Public PublicLibrary PuWieLibnr1 PublicLibrary
Library offered in January JaDu ry 1908 10033SOO lDOIt35OOOO
t35OOOO 330 3SOO XX > for the t e purpose of providing providingbranch providiUCbraue provIdingbranch
branch libraries From that day to this thisthe til1athe thisthe
the users of the library have hav been ut utterly ut utted1 ittterly ¬
terly unable to get both houses of ofCongress ofO ofOrem
Congress O to vote at the saibe same me session ofCongresi of ofCongress ofto
Congress to authorise the acceptance acceptanceof
of a single cent of this extra gift giftTakoma giftTakoma giftTakoma
Takoma Park was selected as the thesection thesection theection
section of the District most in need of ofsuch ofsuch ofsuch
such a bl1Ul branch Each house has ibeon ibeonbrought 1 ieOabrought OIl OIlDr
brought Dr ushtto to see this need and pass passfavorably pusfawraWy passfavorably
favorably en bills to accept 8 8p 10000 80000 of ofMr ofJir ofMr
Mr Ckmegies knltls offer tfer for the erection erectionof
of a building build in that suburb But for forseven forseven
seven 811 years yoerstbLpeople o rstJM the people of Takoma have havewaited h8vewait havewaited
waited d vainly for the two houses to tecome tocome tocome
come together on the proposition propomtWnat at any anyone anyone anyone
one session sessionAgain se eioniD seslonAgain
Again AgainTbe iD I IThe IThe
The Library of Congress CoRgl fi is a refer reference r referease er er8Bee ¬
ease library The Public Library Li rary is a acirculating aeircu1ating acirculating
circulating library Neither san fulfil fulfilits fuliltit fU1IIits
its largest usefulness hIlneM in its chosen field fielduntil 1Wd1Ultil fielduntil
until its burden bunt in other fields islightened is SBlightened islightened
lightened as far as practicableCongress practicable praetiebleCoD practicablaCmigres
Congress CoD baa recognised reeopi this con condition conclltion condition ¬
dition by ordering ordi transferred d to the thePublic tAftPublie thePublic
Public Library a number of collections collectionshitherto Dlleetionlhitherto collectionshitherto
hitherto held in the Government Print Printing Printi Printlug ¬
lug i Office the Copyright Office and andspecial andJibnLrie andspecial
special libraries These gifts will fur further furii1Mc furtiter ¬
titer increase the use of the Public PublicLibrary PublleLibrary PublicLibrary
Library which feet year advanced by
23 per cent over the year earlier In Intwo rt Intwo
two t years the force of employes has ha increased in increased iDereued ¬
creased however by only 5 per cent and andthe andthe andthe
the salaries paid are so low that thatyear last lastyear lastyesz
year more than 22 per cent of the t e force forceresigned forceJIped forceresigned
resigned the year preceding more than
33 per cent C8Rt and the year preceding precedingthat preeedinctJaat precedingthat
that more than 26 5 per cent centHere ce ecntH1re t tHere
Here are three indications iDC of the thesituation theaitutioa thelittliLtiOS
situation of Washingtons W ukia < ton circulating circulatingpublic circulatingpubtie circulatingpublic
public library That they t ey require dose doseattention ciONttioft doseattention
attention from the Commissioners in inthe iftthe inthe
the preparing of the District estimates estimatesis e timW timWill
is plain But t the need fer attention attentiongoes attentiongoes
goes beyond the Oommiseionera It is isup IIup isup
up to all 11 of us to make ke Congress feelthe feel feelthe feeltile
the erippUng en restriction rietioa of further in indifference iJtcti indifference ¬
difference cti eace on the part of the Districts DistrictsCommon DietrteteoJNIII Districtsmmou
Common mmou Council undI
GREAT GRRA T PROSPERITY OF THE THESTEEL THESTEEL THESTEEL
STEEL TRADE TRADEThe TRADETM TRADEThe
The prosperous pr condition of the steel steeltrade 8teeltrade steeltrade
trade of the country is indicated by bythe bJUte bythe
the action utio of the directors of the t e United UnitedStates UnitedSiatee UnitedStates
States Steel Corporation in raising raiai c the thedividend thedivIdend theend
dividend end on the common stock from a
3 per cent to a 4 per cent basis It Itmay Itmay
may 1 sJso be said lei that business goner generally per perally gonerally ¬
ally now approximates the records of of1gt
1gt 1906 1 and the first rt half If of 1007 which whichwere wieItwere whichwere
were the banner years in the history historyof hiatory hiatoryI
I of the United UJ ted States StatesThat StataThat StatesThat
That the action of the tit Steel directorsTh directors directorswas nr nrWU
was justified is evidenced by the tbestatement thestatement
statement of earnings for the t e quarter quarterended fIUwaept quartereisded
ended September naher SO 1 which showed a asurplus a81IIpI1U asurplus
surplus applicable lcabe to dividends diYicl on tIN tbecommcn tINCOIIUIKJ1 theeunmcn
commcn capitalization at the rate of
12 per cent a year This is decidedly decidedlythe deeiclfJdlytile decidedlythe
the best showing ahow IIC this company has hasmade auJDa4e hasmade
made since 1907 and funyshes fu strong strongevidence KroaceTicIeIIee strongevidses
evidence that this bmnch IWlich of industry industryhas irMhwtI7baa indsstryham
has completely recovered r from the long longperiod Joneperiod longperiod
period of depressionHEAVY depression depressionHEAVY depiOftHE
HEAVY HE VY IMPORTS OF MANU MANUPACTURERS MANUJf MANUFACTURERS
PACTURERS Jf CTURRRS MATERIALS MATERIALSOne MA TRRIALS
One of the best indices had to the ti busi ¬
ness and Dd industrial situation tion in the theUnited tMUaiW theUnited
United States Sta is given in i a statement statementwhich statementwhich tateme t twI
which hM just been published p I by the theBureau theBuren UseBureau
Bureau of Statistics CI of the Department Departmentof Derartnultof
of Conunerse 00 and JId Labor showing im importations illlportatioDs itsporttkms ¬
portations of nuutttfaeturers materials materialsA ti I IIarp
A Urge increase in i such neb importations importationsmarked importatiOMrked importationsmarked
marked rked the month of September as ascompared AllClDlDparecl ascompared
compared with the same month but butyear JutfAT lastyes
year yes Increases of from 40 to tOO 00 per percent percent persoot
cent are jahown bown in the quantities of ofthe Ofthe ofthe
the principal l manufacturers materials materialsimported JWttKia1iIported materialsImported
imported comparing ring the figure of r Sep September sptnabw floptember ¬
tember this 11 year with those 1 utbei of Septem September September ¬
ber a year rWe ago agoWool agowool
Wool I cotton eoUOa silk ilk fibers bers bides icJe and andkins andldu andskins
skins India rubber ntbkr pig tin copper eonperlumber aopptrhiberwood copperWasher
lumber hiberwood wood pulp and pulp wood are aretbe arethe arethe
the more important of the manufac manufacturer manu manuturen manufaetitrera ¬
turer materials imported and all of ofthem ofthem ofthem
them except copper raw ra w silk and andfibers andfihers andfibers
fibers were brought into nto the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedS UnitedStates
States in much larger quantities in
S
September of this t1t 8 year than in the thesame theJIM theSante
same JIM month a year ago agoThte ailoThis no noThis
This means the country is once more morein morein moreIn
in a period of grtsat manufacturing ac activity activit noth4ty ¬
tivity tivit Everywhere verywh re merchants having havingexhausted havingexhausted I
exhausted exhu ted their stock of goods have havebeen h havekeen ve vebeen
been buying liberally and tho inevit inevitable inevitable ¬ I IabJe
able result is heavy demand on the themills theill themills
mills ill and Bd Manufacturing establish establishments ostabli ostabliebmeats h hMeRta ¬
meats It is a a healthful Hohiul sign Of Ofcourse Ofeourwe Ofcourse
course it may be overdone and tho thocountry thoOOWIby theoosuttry
country may eventually fentu Uy suffer from rom a aglut a1ttt aglut
glut 1ttt of the output out ut of the manufacturing manufacturingestablishments nUlUuf manufacturingestablishments oturlng oturlngtablWn
establishments establishmentsNot establishmentsNot tablWn eBb eBbNot
Not a a few forecasters of business businessconditions bueinOMMnclttsonl businoosconditions
conditions of the more pessimistic pessimisticsort posehnisticIOrt poselinisticsort
sort IOrt predict this But there is i little littlein 1ittlchi littlein
in the present pr Hltt situation to warrant warrantsuck WlurhntMIda warrisntsuch
suck a conclusion OOnoJu iOR JJK uMt Ml it must mu t not bo boforgotten boforxotten beforgotten
forgotten that if the industrial activity activityof
of the country e and the t1t consequent out output output outpitt ¬
put now is tremendous utl the consuming consumingcapacity consumingoapaelty consumingcapacity
capacity of the country is also con continually oontlnually conUnuaIly ¬
tinually expanding expandingThink exptLDdliacTlaiJtk expandlligThink
Think for instance in tanoe of the unsur unsurpassed unsurepuaed unsurpassed ¬
passed prosperity of the t American Americanfarmers Amori Ainorloanfarmers n ntrmen
farmers and the th rate teat at which wl oh they theyare thoyare theyare
are buying autos and other articleswhich articles articleswhich artioleswhieJt
which a decade ago were we practically un unheard unJtari unheard ¬
heard of on the farm What tho in increasing increasing increasing ¬
creasing wants of the farmer alone alonemean aloneJBeA1t alonemeet
mean JBeA1t hi the way of greater gre tor demands demandson
on the manufactures of the country it itwould itwottld itwould
would be bard to estimate estimateAN estiIMteAN estinrnteAN
AN INTERESTING DECISION DECISIONINyTHE DECISIONTHE DECISIONJNTHE
INyTHE JNTHE THE OHIO iO COURTS COURTSA
A dispute in Akron Ohio as to the theprice thepriec theprice
price the city should pay for natural
gag led to a law suit suit and the law lawsuit jawsuit I
> suit to an important decision in refer reference Tefer8Dee referonce ¬
once to perpetual franchises in the theState thoState theState
State of Ohio Akron had a tenyear tenyearcontract tcnyoorcontract tenyearcontract
contract with tHe gas company for fornatural fornatural fornatural
natural gas at thirty cents a thousand thousandfeet thohsandfeet tho1sandfeet
feet feet which expired a year J6 r ago where whereupon whore1IpOB whoroupon ¬
upon the city cit council under a law lawpermitting lawpennitting lawpermitting
permitting it to regulate r te rates cut the therate ilierate therate
rate to twenty cents The company companyrefused companyrefused compAnyrefu
refused ed to abide by the councils ac action action notion ¬
tion and legal proceedings followed followedThe followedne followedThe I
The city claimed not only the right rightto rightto rightto I
to reduce the price oi o gas but to com compfel comVel cornp1
pfel the company oomp y to supply it at the therate therate I Irate
rate fixed The court held however howeverthat howovortJit howevertkst
that the company comp y cud d not have a per perpetual porpetual perpiial ¬
petual franchise since the grant to it itdid itclitl itdid
did not clearly c1e r1y specify that it was wasperpetual wasperpatuaJ wasperpetuaL
perpetual It ruled as was ruled rul d in inthe inthe inthe
the Chicago cases affecting the fran franchises frane frane1iies ¬
chises e es of the streot railway companies companiesthat compAniesthat companiesthat
that grants of this character must be beconstrued beeon beconstrued
construed eon where w we they the are r indefinite in infavor infavor infawr
favor of the public and that no fran franchise Iranchico ran ranchi ¬
chise chi e is i perpetual which is not ox oxpreeely 03pret6ly oxpreosly
preeely declared to be so l It was con coneluded coneluded coneluded
eluded therefore that the company companymight companymight companymight
might dig up its U pipes and stop servingthe serving servingtbe servingthe
the city at t the expiration of its con contract contraot contract ¬
tract Hence the council could not notforce notfome notJorco
Jorco force it to sell gas at any rate itmightusino it itmight itmightDlLme might mightname
name nameThe usinoTb
DlLmeTIMliooi8iOft
The TIMliooi8iOft Tb decision is both a victory vi tory ahd ahda
a a defeat for the city It knooks the thefeet thefeet thefeet
feet from from under the companys con contention contention contzition ¬
tention that its franchise franc i is perpetual perpetualbut perpetualbut perpetualbut
but at the same time relieves it from fromthe fromtlte fromthe
the position po ition of being forced to soil its itsproduct itsproduct itsproduct
product on terms fixed et1 by its customers customersTh cu cuatomerThe tomcr tomcrTbe
Th The British government Is certainly certainlyCoins certalniyCOI certainlygoing
Coins COI C vigorously after the sympathies sympathiesof
c of the submerged social elements Aroyal A Aroyal Aroyal
royal commission ha hu been created to todtecuss todbcuu todacua
dtecuss methods of bringing brlngln divorce divorcewhich dlor dlorwhich d1orcewhich
which is i now a privilege monopolized monopolizedby
by ttta rich and wolltodo within the theT thereaeh theroach
roach T ch of the humblest household householdNorman bouaehGJdNorman householdNorman
Norman f Mack baa been in 1j Wash Washington WashIIIton Washhgton ¬
ington to ask for the appointment of a acoup acoupJ acouple
coup couple of bi Isle f friend friends to postofHcee Tl Hon Honeatly Honfltltly lionsatIy
eatly now the Postmaster PDet t General Generalought GeReraloucht GenraIought
ought to f1 f I aom 80 obligation to Mr MrMack MrMack MrMack
Mack for the sItuation which Has placed placedcontrol placeoontrol placedcontrol
control of all theM plums in Mm I hands handsWe handlWe handiWe
We are assured that nothing DOt ing unusual unusualhas unusualMa unusualhas
has happened on Man efter all The
old boy is just a bit fluttered flulrt tred < about aboutth abouttlNN aboutthese
th these M Armageddon n stories stork from theZarth the theKarth theBarth
Karth and it agitated him into an un vnwontecl unwonted unwonted ¬
wonted linen
They are traveling < in sleighs JeIM up in innorthern InJIOrthem Innorthern
northern New York and report ii 1 that thatnot thatJtOt thatno
not no later than Tuesday there will WI be an animmense anh anImmense
immense h m fall in the extreme southeastsectIon southeast southeastsection at atctlon
section of the State StateTh StateTbefe StateThere
There Th ra will be twtntytwo column en onthe entbe enthe
the oflMal ballot in New York on Tuosday Tues Tuesday TUMy ¬
day y which is next door to the skiddoo skiddooPresident skiddoonubeI skiddoonumber
number nubeIp numberPresident
President p t Taft stuck to the water waterrouts waterroute waterroute
route as longas lonjU he could stand It b but but1M buthe t tb
1M b Anally flnlytSJ nally lotC lotCEnds te1 oft oftL
I ITho
L Ends of the Earth EarthThose EarthThose
Those Tho Britons Brito who are getting g tUng ready readyto rejyto
to hunt the South Pole ought to take tJ e a awhole awhole a awhole
whole college fa faculty ulty along alongTampa alongTampaTribune aiongTampaTribune Tampa TampaTribune
Tribune TribuneWhile TribuneWhne TribuneWhile
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While the shorter short SSJ ttgifer er to being beingnaaMd beln belnpaaeed beingpassed
naaMd passed around let one ne aide of th the controverfy con controversy controverty ¬
troversy remember that Matt Uenaon Uenaonwas HeneonW1UI l1eneonwas
was Cook for Peary peaoChlclLtJO Chicago PostWhat Post POIItWhat PostWhat
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What kind of commerce is going to toiow tofollow tofollow
follow iow th the naif hag that was nailed to the theFrom tbeNorth theNorth
North PoleBay City Times Timesrrom TimesFrom
From a punctuation punct punctuaisfl paint of oftrip view a atrio atrip I Iduh
trip to t th the North Pole begins with a adash a adash
dash and ends tnd with an interrogation InterroatJottSt InterroatJottStLoU lnterrogatiotStIula St StLouis
Louis LoU poetDU postDispatch patch
CONCERT BY THE SOLDIERS SOLDIERSHOAtE SOLDIERSHOiYE SOLDIERSHOME
HOME BAND BANDThii BANDTists BANDI
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PROGRAM PROGRAMXar PROGRAMardt PROGRAMXarhCollig
Xar XarhCollig ardt h College Lie LVPrantzen LVPrantzenIntractea Frant lraRtzeen lraRtzeenOvrtureY n nOverture
Overture OvrtureY Yelva VI Reisstggor Reisstggorentracte Kelaatagornlracta
entracte nlracta a Longing Longtogto
to Meeting X Mdag thg Herbert HerbertGrand Ii HerbertGrsnd erbert erbertGran
Grand l ielection 1ectlOnI toftI I Pegliaeei PegliaeeiLeoncavallo PUaecJLeoncvaUo PsgflacclLeonctvailo
Leoncavallo LeoncavalloSuite LeoncvaUoButte LeonctvailoSuits
Suite JtomantSqueSIprd rlomantlque Sigurd Jorsal Jorsalfar Joraaltr 3oraafar
far Grieg GriegI
1 Vorspiel volIIPIeI1JI I the Kings Hall HallDream HallJ IlalltIntermezzOSOpghIids
J tIntermezzOSOpghIids tIntermezzOSOpghIidsDream I n t e rift z s 0 otKhlld otKhlldDream >
Dream DreamX
X 1 March W Homage HomageScenes Hotaa HotaaScenH HomaneScenes
Scenes from Mr Pickwick 11cm 11cmWaltz Klein KleinWaltz Ieln IelnWaltz
Waltz Suite SulteW W edging e d C I n Ii of the theWinds theI theWinds
I Winds Hall HallFinale Halll HalllrlnalePar
Finale FlnaIePar Par Excellence ExcellenceSt St St Clair
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Mr and Mrs Gaff Open Their Home HomeAfter Hon1eAfter HomeAfter
After Spending Summer in the North NorthMr
Mr and Mrs TcnE TenExck Ten Eck ck Wendell to Have E Royal RoyalTyler Tyler Mrs Wendells WendellsUncl WendellsUnclAs Uncle UncleAs UncleAs
As Guest for Week EndMrsWikersharn End EndMr5 Mrs Widkersham Wi kersham Here for Several Days
Yr ncI x Mrs XhoMu T QIf have 18 18turRd to toturad
tttmtd to Washington W bl toa < and opened their theirhandsome theirhandme theirhandsome
handsome residence at Twentieth and Q Qstreets Qstreets Qstreets
streets for the winter They have been beenIn beenIn bes besin
In New York bet a f few w weeks after bay leaving IvInK bayIng ¬
ing their summer home at Osterville Ostervillelass OIItervUleJ11UI8 OltervillStass
J11UI8 lass where they spent the season with withthe withthe withthe
the exception of a fortniglt t in the theWhit thehlt theWhite
White Whit hlt mountains mountainsMr m mountainsMr untl untlMr
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Mr and Mr Mrs T Tn Byotc y ok Wendell We dell will willhaVe willmtve willhvo
haVe as their guest for the week end endMrs endMD endMrs
Mrs Wendells uncle E L Royall Tyler of ofBoston ofBo ofBoston
Boston Bo ton Mr Tyler who has made his hiswinter hi hiwinter hiswinter
winter home bonl in Stales France Jrrance for the thelast theJut thelast
last few years 80 will spend the time timehouse timehouse timehouse
house hunting huntl as he intends Joining the thewinter tbewinter thewinter
winter colony In Washington next sea season season ¬
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son Mr Tyler who is a widower and andentertains andentprta1na andentsrtains
entertains extensively extEnlllvel will be a a distinct distinctadjunct dltlnctadjunct distinctadjunct
adjunct to the social life lIf ii of the Nationalcplta1 National NationalCapital NationalCapital
Capital CapitalHis CapitalH cplta1His
His H daughter tt < Mrs w Herbert Thome ThomeKing ThomeKing ThornsiCing
King te prominently identified with the thesocial thesocial thesocial
social activities activtU at Pan Pu France where whereshe wherehe wherehe
she he spends the winters wintersMr winterMr wintersMr
Mr Tyl Tyktr r will sail from New York YorkNovember YorkNovember YorkNovember
November 2 and will remain abroad abroadas abroadas rotU1 rotU1as
as usual u u1 thin winter spending spenng pendtn the thegreater thegreater thegreater
greater part of the Urn time at his hi villa villa at atSinjez atSlnJez atStnlez
Sinjez SinjezThe SlnJezThe StnlezThe
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The executive COK cOkmIU coamttee rait tee of the Club Clubof Clubor Clubof
of Colonial Colonl l pames JIm arn hrtd htkI 1d a meeting Ung this thismorning thlamorning thismorning
morning at their sew n quarter I2U 1hZConnecticut I2UConnecticut 1JIJConneoUcut
Connecticut 5 avenue Te I
40 2 I
Mr Mrs nJ William P Hall Hall wife wlte of General GeneralHall GtmElllalHan GeneralBall
Hall hall ha asked a small company oompan to tea teacan teaat teaat
at th the Ch vy Chase au tItle afternoon alWlROOnto afternoonto
to meet Mrs Squires wife lIfe ottJHt of the Ameri American Amen Amencan
can minister to Fanuna Fanunaj FanunaAlsopRobinson PaItmA1sopRobm80D jsnvjnaAisopRobinson
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AlsopRobinson Wedding WeddingMise Weddi1l Weddi1lI111 WeddingMiss
Miss I111 porlnne orlnne Douglas Robinson niece nieceof nieeeof nieceof
of fortrer tortf1 r President Rodneveit whose wluwemarriage whOllemarriage whosemarriage
marriage to State Senator John W Al Alsop AllOP Alsop
sop of Connecticut will take place placeThursday placeThurllday placeThursday
Thursday November 4 will be unat unattended unattended neattended ¬
tended John Alsop will act as best bestman be beatman t tman
man for his brother brotherThe brotherThe
The wedding wilt take place in the thehome thehome thehome
home of the brides brorunr bro r Theodore
TO REORGANIZE REORGANIZEELECTRIC REORGANIZEELECTRIC REORGANIZEELECTRIC
ELECTRIC LINE BEGUN BEGUNPresident BEGUNPresident BEGUNPresident
President Bishop of Washington Baltimore and Annapohs An Annapolis Annapolis ¬
napolis Railway Announces nnounces There Will Be No NoChange NoChange NoGhange
Change in Traffic TrafficSchedules Schedules
BAIIIDoIORJ AITIMOItB Md Dot stPrOlTpt stPrOlTptreorgaDllI8tioR Prompt Promptreorganisation Proirptreorganlsetbon
reorganisation of the Washington Balti Baltimore Baltimore Haitimore ¬
more and Annapolis Electric IOtrIC ratlway ratlwayis ratlwayisthe is isthe IIIthe
the plan announced today tocIa by George GeorgeT GenlgeT
T Bishop and George Weems Wit Williams WJIU Witllama ¬
U llama m the receivers recet appointed by the thecourts thecourt8 thecourts
courts late test night In the mean meantime meBAtime meantime ¬
time there will be no change m nthe nthetraffic the thetraffic thetraffic
traffic arrangements arrnaemen l and the present presentschedules preeentschedule presentschedules
schedules and rates rat of fare far will b be main maintained maintained maintaind ¬
tained tainedReceivership tainedRecelversblp taindReceivershiP
Receivership proceedings it was de declared de declared dodared ¬
clared on behalf of the receivers today todayware todarwere todaywore
ware the outcome of a decision to pro protect pcoteet protect ¬
tect the bondholders but do not mean meanthat JlMnthat Meanthat
is insolvent The Thecompany Thecompany Thecwnpany
that the company
company has h seen hard pressed p for formoney tormney fortncney
money recently but hs It earnings earnln are aresteadily areateadOY aresteadily
steadily Increasing IncreasingThe Increaa1nThe IncreasingThe
The court signed l the order for the reecivers re receivers receive ¬
ceivers ceive on th the application of the trustee trusteeof truteeof trusteeof I
bonds interest interestupon InterMtupon interestupon
t mortgage
of the nr first
sino sinoI al alM abed abedIday
which bra h been n in default
upon bonds te tenext IS Is3IXIO000
amount of the
The
I May M 1
calls ca1111for callsfur
and semiannual Interest
S 3IXIO000 we
will due duenext duenext
for 15000 GOO Another coupon be
besides semiannual inter hitertha tntereat interest
next Mo MondaY ay
terminal i per cent bonds bonclthe bondsthe
the
eat upc upon n
1000000 UOOOOOOIntereet Th000000Interest 1000000i
of which amounts to
IMU Issue
the
i Interest obligations aggregating atin tOOOOO tOOOOOwilt 30WKX 30WKXI 300500will
I will be doe on n that day dayIn daYIn daYIn
outstandingthe outstanding outstandingthe
addition to the bonds
In
Washington Baltimore and An Annapolte Annapol Annapoha
the napolte napol Eiectric railway has a capital capitalStock capitalstock capitalstock
of MOfAtoo MOfAtooThE 000669
Stock WikvWI WikvWIi
bard bardpued bardprued
the company was
ThE fact ta t that
pressed has been n known i icircles uaown in ftntUtdal ftntUtdalctrcle linneetalcircles
i circles for tormontha months and it was generally generallyexpected generallycxpectpd enerany eneranyxpt
reorganization would wouldhave wouldhv woui wouihave
a
expected xpt > ct d that
b HI effected effectedThe effectedThe <
have hv to 41 41The
comprises lines to Wash Washington WuhInglctn Washingtini ¬
tem
The system IJt
ington and Annapolis Anna > It was opened I Io
10 10 o travel in the spring of 3MR and from
the first has been beset with withtr troubles troublesAccidents u uAecldenta troublssAccidents
Accidents and costly operation haw hawtold havetold heratold
told heavily upon the income of It tin tincompany the thecompany thecompany
company companyThe companyThe companyThe
The line was financed and te con controlled COfttrolled controtted
trolled by b a a Cleveland syndicate 1 head headed heM4eel heeded
ed by George T Bishop Bt hop president prekient o othe of ofthe olthe
the company Comparatively few o othe or orthe olthe
the bonds are held hel in this city cityRoad aItTRoad cityRoad
Road Not Insolvent InsolventNews Inl lneIventNews 1vent 1ventNewt
News that the Washington ton Butti Buttiand 1JtllnOlAnd 1JtllnOl Hsitlmoreand
and Annapolis Electric line had hadin ba4In gone goneIn
in the hands hand of receivers did net netany cause caueeany causeany <
any surprise in Washington In fact i ihud It Ithad ithad
had I seen expected for Mme timetha timethasuch time that tMt8Uch thatsuch
such a rtfp tp t p would be taken takenin Persons PenIoDain PersonsIn
in this cuy familiar with the affairs f o othe of ofthe olthe
the road suy that the receivership doenot doe doesnot dosenot
not indicate any insolvency but i isimply III IIIfllmp Iisimply
fllmp simply a rtove to adjust the presentfljsnclai presets presetsnitancial present
nitancial obligations of the company companyEver companyEve companyEver
Ever Eve > r since the road failed fl led to pa painterest pay payInterest payinterest
interest due hut May on lint and secot secotmortgagee second econdmortp secondmortgages
mortgages mortp e6 it had been rumored that ap application ap appliCAtion applicatlon
plication would be made for receiver receiverNovember rfJtelvelNov receiversNovember
November Nov mber 1 is the other interest date daition date dateand dateand
and it was n necessary e to take some ac actlon action
tion before this time the May inter interremaining Interremaining Interest Interestremaining
remaining unpaid unpaidThe unpaidThe unpaidThe
The alternating current system r rthe and andthl andthe
the heavy cars It was found made madeeratlnr op operatln op opcrating
crating eratln expenses of the line too heavy heavyand hftvyIIftd heavyand
and several months ago it we s decided decidedto dock dockto < Wed Wedto
to adopt the direct dr t current system a apurchase aDd aDdpurchalle andpurchase
purchase lighter rolling stock Twent Twentoars Twenty TwentyMl8 Twentyars
oars ars are under construction ne now n > w an anwill aDd aDdwill andwilt
will be finished about February 16 16With Ii IiWith iiWith
With the arrival of the new cars th thline the theline theline <
line will run to Fifteenth street an anNw and andNw andNw
Nw York avenue thus making it Itethic pot potstole po posible
stole to go 0 from the heart of the bust bustness 1Nudneas bustness
ness district of Washington n to Balti Baltimores BalUmores ¬
mores mores business section without chang changing chaD chaDIn changjug ¬
jug < cars
the Treasury Department to pay paysnects his re respects re re5Iecth
snects to t Mr Reynolds Reynol but whlk doing doingthis doingthis doingthis
this he met the rest of the tariff board boardThe botLrdThe bojdThe
The members of that body bod thought Mr MrJusserand MrJ MrJusserand
Jusserand J had Just happened to in and iIO iIOtold sotold o otold
told another official officialThe otttela1The officialTh
The Th French ambassador am observed observedthis oMerYMthl obsemdthis
this thl official never just happens ta any anywhere 11 11wh anywhere ¬
where whereGeneral wh whereGeneral ereo ereoGellerl
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General Howard HowardAt IIoward HowardAt I
At Chaacellorsville ChaacellorsvilleThe
The death of Gen n O O Howard Howardsaid HowanlsaJd Howardan I
said an old soldier recalls anew one oneof oneol oneof
of the great < controversies controver les of the civil civflwar civilwar I Iwar
war which probably never will be set settled IIet1 settied ¬
tied It te 1 the question of General How Howards Howrds Howards ¬
ards rds course at Chancellorsvllle when whenStonewall whenStonewall
Stonewall Jackson made his famous famousflank famoU8flank famousflank
flank march and fell on the right of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Union army rolling r01tl up the Eleventh EleventhHoward Ieventh IeventhCorps i
Corps and cawnng causing he heavy vy 10 loss General GeAeralHoard GeneralHoward
Howard was in command of that corps corpsand corp8and corpsand
and his friends and his critics never neverwill neverwill neverwill
will agree how far he was responsible responsiblefor I
for or what occurred occurredCarl occurredCarl occurredCarl i
Carl Srhwant In his memoirs repre represents repreRents reproCPflts ¬
Rents that he repeatedly urged GeneralIJoward General GeneralHoward GeneralHoward
Howard to prepare for a nank attack attackhut attackhut attackbut
hut that General Howard though thou h aware awarethat It awarethat ware I IthAt
that Jackson was moving troops troopsthought troopsthought
thought he meant mf > ant to retreat This hascaused has haacauaed hascaused j
caused the whole controversy contr versy to be bethreshed bethrlh bethrshd
threshed thrlh cut over Jgain General How Howards Howardill Howards ¬
ards frieendv take the position that thathad thathad
had the th Eleventh Corps been effectively effectivelyorganised etreettvel7orpnlaedhe effectivelyorganisedhe I
organised orpnlaedhe he had been in command of ofit otIt ofIt
it but a short time timethe the disaster would wouldnot wouldnot i inot
not have happened It is I one of the themost thernost themost
I Itrover
most Interesting of the numerous con controversies cootroverSiss ¬
troversies trover l that grew gre out of the civil civilwar civilar civilwar
war ar and It will never be settled One Onething Onething Onethuing
thing however te certain that Oeperal OeperalHowards aeperaluoward Geperaluowards
Howards services acmc In other battles and andcampaigns andcampaicna andcampaigns
campaigns were ere so great reat that If he hemade hemade hepade
made a mistake at Cbanoeilonvflle C lolWUe the thenation thenation thentlofl
nation can afford to overlook overl ok it It and it ithas Ithaa Ithas
has largely done so 0Rcpre soRepresentative
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Representative Rcpre ntatin Norris NorrisThe NlrrisThe NorrisThe
The Original Insurgent InsurgentRepresentative lMurgntRepresentative InsurgentRepresentative
Representative George IP W Norris of ofNebraska ofNebraska ofNebnulka
Nebraska was one of the very first in insurgents Inurgents insurgenti ¬
surgents against Cannon and the th Can Cannon Cannon Cannon ¬
non rules He was in the game when whenit wbenIt whenIt
it wasnt unt so popular as now and has haskept hukept haskept
kept nghtlng all the time timeThte timeThltt timeThIS
ThIS summer umrner Mr Morris 0rr18 was invited invitedto <
to make some speeches and lectures lecturesaboit lecturesabolt lecturesaboi5t
aboit his district dl trict and being a a student studentof studpntof studentof
of the suVjfCt he prepared a lecture lectureoi ItctureI
I 01 the Panama canal got a magic lan lanI Iantorn
I torn and a lot of fine views and Axed 11xedI Axedlup fixedup
lup 1 I up tie finest ftne t magic lantern show ever everr
r
and Miss nu Dorothy Spicer the brides bridesmaid brldemaJd bridesmaid ¬
maid wore dainty frocks of soft white whitebatiste whitebaUete whitebatiate
batiste and carried O rried Bridesmaid BrJde mald roses rosesFour rORlPour rosesFour
Four flute ribbon bearers Miss Ivanli Ivanlila rvanllII IvanblIa
la anew and Miss Helen Bel n Spieer Master MasterDonald Ma MasterDonald ter terDold
Donald Grlgge and Master Edwin An Andrews Andrews Andrews ¬
drews formed an aisle al le to the th altar ltar with withstreamers withtreamerg withatreamern
streamers of white satin tin drawn from fromreels frontreeI fromreels
reels of goldJohn gold goldJohn gOldJobn
John Andrews a ahr brother ther of the bride bridethe bride brideecited
Ited < as be best t men for JlIr Harlan and andtbe andthe
the groomsmen were Lewis Prescott Prescottand Pre Preaoottand ott ottand
and D W V ReaviH BeavisMISS ReaviHMlae
MISS 10 ISthelena B Edwards of South SouthBend SouthBend SouthBend
Bend Ind played the wedding weddlftSmusfo weddlftSmusfoAn music inuateAn music4S2i
An 4S2i informal reception followed oUow d the thsceremony t1 t1c theeerectouy
ceremony c rerlOny and later Iftt r Mr and Mrs Hat Harlan HatIan HatIan
Ian Kft for their bridal l trip They will willreside willrNkle willresIde
reside > In Takoma Park ParkAmong ParteAmong PaticAmong
Among tho outoftown guests gt19 t was wasMte washfls 811
Mte 1 hfls Pearl P rl Harlan of Sturrfs urgls Js Mich Michester zUeItter Midszter
ester zter ter of the bridegroom bridegroomAt bridegroomi brldegroontAt
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At Home Saturday SaturdayMr
Mr and Mrs Clarence C Chureh Cisuretwho ChurehWho Oburehho
Who ho are ar spending > a a few days d In Wash Washington Washiegton V h htagton ¬
ington will be at home t9 to p their friends friendstomorrow friendstomor friendstomorrow
tomorrow OW evening frem 7 to 10 oclock oclockat oellJckat OclOokat
at the home of Mr and Mrs B A AChurch A AChuroh AChurch
Church ftM 4 North Carolina avenue avenuesouth avenueMYthoaat avenuesoutheast
south southeast MYthoaatHI southeastMrs oast oastMrs
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Mrs Dorothea t v DeXoll is spending spandinthe
the weekend eek nd with her cousins c Mr an anMrs and andMrs andMrs
Mrs John Glees at Hamilton MtL MtLDr Id IdDr
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Dr Victor Cochran of Philadelphia Philadelphiais PJtUadelphlu
is I the guest of his brother and sister sisterinlaw lsterIDIaw sisterInjaw
inlaw Mr and Mrs Warren Cochran Cochranof Cochran Cochranof
of 1880 Lament street
C By Times Men MenAbojut en t Wise and andAbout
y 0 State St
n a t
Observations Ob serva t tonS About the City Otherwise esmen
WELLKNOWN general enen1 on the theretired theA theretired
A
A retired list tiding wln < In thIs thteeity thIsiI
11 city showed the th other day that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the army ann does uot shine as a ateacher at8l1cher ateacher
teacher of finance Twenty years year ago agotills alro alro11U8 50 50this
tills general took out a twentypay twentypaytuent twentypant twentypa7znt
tuent znt nt life insurance policy The twentypayments twenty twentypayments twentypaymellts
payments were completed eomplet a year ago agoHere asoHere agoHere
Here 1s I my m check for my 410 400 pay payment payment paymeet ¬
ment he said 14 to the th agent of the the In Insurance Iceurence leamrance ¬
surance company when lie II walked into intothe Intothe Intothe
the office a few mornings ago agoBut asoBut agoflut
But you OU dont owe us u any money moneysaid moMYsaid moneysaid
said the agent ent You finished your yourpayments yourP7mentJI yourpayments
payments a year ago agoAt qoAt agoAt
At this the general eneral became highly highlyincensed hlrhlyIncenlted highlyincensed
incensed thinking the insurance com company company cornpany ¬
pany was trying to give him money moneyHe moneyHe moneyHe
He lost his temper and wound UP by byranging b bflSIn byiInging
ranging < his 410 400 check cb Jt at the agents agentsdesk gSnt gSntdesk ts tsdetlk
desk and walking out of the building buildingIn
In high h h dudseon dudseonUp n nUp
Up to date he baa not been back w whte for torhi forhis
his hi money moneyMarvelous moneyMarvelous moneyMarvelous
Marvelous old man tbfcV tb tba said the theagent theawent theagent
agent in mentioning tb tQe e Itcldent Itcldentt ItcldentJusserand itcidentJuseerand
00 00juerand t
Jusserand Calls CallsAt CalliAt CallsAt
At Treasury Department DepartmentIn
In the Ions list of diplomat l in Wash Washington Washington h htncton ¬
ington there may m y be busier personages personagesthan penonthan perng perngthan
than the French ambassador J J 3Jusserand JJusserand JJuuerand
Jusserand but if so they have not been beendiscovered bdbtoovered beendiscovered
discovered discoveredEvery dbtooveredEvery discoveredivry
Every department from State to In Interior Interior Intenor ¬
terior knows Mr Jusserand a aarnall aarnallblaeK small smallblackbearded smallblacKbearded
blackbearded blaeK earded bustling gentleman nUeman who whote whopoaIetlJIed whois
te possessed of no end of energy He Hemakes Hemakell Hemakes
makes it his hi chief business bu1 to look after afterthe alterth afterthe
the th interest Int r8llt of France ranee and he is al always alwayt aiways ¬
ways on the Job even when he seems seemsthe aeemBthe seemsthe
the least concerned about affairs atrah of ofstate oftate ofstate
state tate Rven when playing tennis tenal with withRoosevelt withROOlH withRoosevelt
Roosevelt ROOlH vt > lt be wasnt forgetting France Francei lranoeand Pranoeand
i and when he b goes out of his way to t cay oayi Dl Dlattention cayattention
i attention to some American official one onemind on oninay onemay
may be sure he h always h has Prance Inmind tn tnmind
mind mindJust mindTust mindJust
Just now one on of the special srJ Cial objects obcts of ofthe otthe ofthe
the ambassadors ambaa ador solicitude de Is the new newtariff newUIut newtariff
tariff board Much depends so far as asFrince aslrftce asFr
Frince Fr nca Is concerned on what this tb Hoard Hoardrecommends ioardrecommendS ard ardrecomment
recommends to the President Ambas Ambassador Anbaador Anibaasador ¬
sador Jusserand has been back in inWasilngton InV8 inWasilngton
Wasilngton V8 1Intttou but a few days but he has hasalready haaalre hasalreLdY
already alre dY taken paine to drop in and get getacjualnttil Ifptac getaclualnted
acjualnttil ac 1uainth with Prof Emery and Mr MrSandcrp MrHe MrSanderi
Sandcrp He kntw Assistant Secretary SecretaryReynolds secretaryR SeretaryItcynolds
Reynolds R < ynolds of course before It appears appearstho appearstho l ltho
tho ambassador full of bows bow andamilec and andemilea anclemJlea
emilea and suavity just dropped Into
Douglas Dou laa Robinson in New York and andwill aadwill andwill
will be very small and quiet owing owl to tomourning tomournlnc tomourning
mourning in the brides brkle family familyMr familyMr familyMr
Mr and Mr Ira Douglas Robinson and andtheir ndtheir andtheir
their son Monroe D Robinson win sail sailfor saltfor 1 1tor
for Europe urope December 1 to spend the thewinter the1nter thewinter
winter abroad abrMclYra abroadMrs
J t
Mrs Franklin MacVeagh M agh wife wit of the theSeoreatry theSeertry theSeoreatry
Seoreatry o of 01 the Treasury has come to toWashington toWaahlnaton toWashington
Washington for a a few days da to put the thehandsome thehand thehandsome
handsome hand ome residence on Sixteenth Jltreet Jltreetwblch atieetwhich tree treeyears <
which the they have leased for a term or oryeanJ ofyears
years in order for the winter The Thehouse Thehouie j jhouse
house te one of the handsomest in the theimposing theImposing I Ibn
imposing bn ing group built by Mrs Render Henderson HeDCIerlIOn Renderson ¬
son on upper Sixteenth street and was wasoccupied wasoccupied wasoccupied
occupied until last t spring by b the former formerSecretary formerSecretary formerSecretary
Secretary of Commerce and Labor and andMrs andIrs andMrs
Mrs Straus Strau Mrs MacVeagh will re return return return ¬
turn to Chicago for a week or two be before be before before ¬
fore settling in Ic Washington for the thewinter thewinter thewinter
winter winterDr winterDr winterDr
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Dr and MV rjf M C L L Demarest of Capi Capitol cpltoJ capItel ¬
tel Hill announce the t engagement of oftheir orthtlr oftheir
their daughter Miss Olive LIe DMa Demarest DMaare Dotsstoat ¬
are t to John r ohn Coolers CowJ Button o of Ger Germantown Germantown Geernantown
mantown Pa PaMiss PaMI PaMiss
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Miss MI Margery Cotton left Washington Washingtonshe Wulltncton1ut Washingtonlast
last night for or New York York from where wlHtree whereshe
she e will sail tomorrow for Porto Rico Ricowith 1Ueowith Ricowith
with her brother Col George tge Cotton Cottonrecently Coltonrecently Cottonrecently
recently appointed governor there Miss MissCcltqc KIACclto MissCcltqr
Ccltqc Cclto who acted as her brothers brothershostess brothersbcNtt brotherxhostess
hostess bcNtt a during his residence in Manila Manilaas MaJ1collector
as collector of the port will spend the thewinter thewinter thewinter
winter with him In Porto Rico RicoHarian RicoHarlanAndrews RicoI RicoHarlanAndrews
I
Harian HarlanAndrews HarlanAndrewsThe Andrews AndrewsThe
The marriage of lite lU MISS Harriet H rrltS S An Andrews Andrews Andrewn ¬
drews to jianford anford M M Harian took t place placelast placet placelast
last t evenlngt evening at S oeleok oel k in tate home oC oCthe 0the ofthe
the brides bride parents Mr and Mrs MrsCharles MraCharle MrsCharles
Charles M Andrews o Willow avenue avenueTakoma avenneTakoma avenucTalioms
Takoma Park ParkThe ParkThe ParkThe
The house was effectively eff ttvelY decorated decoratedfor decoratedtor decoratedfor
for the occasion with quantities of au autumn autumn autumn ¬
tumn foliage plants and flowers fin A Alarge Alale Alarge
large company of relatives relatlv and friendsattended friends friendsattended
the ceremony arnica hlcb was per performed rformed performed ¬
formed by the Rev Francis M WIlCOX WflcoxMiss WDeoxMiA WIlCOXMiss
Miss Andrews bridal gown was of ofwhite otwhlt ofwhite
white whlt silk nk and lace and nd her veil was wasarranged waarranged wasarranged
arranged with a wreath of lilies 111 of the thevalley thevalley thevalley
valley Her bridal bouquet was a aer show shower ow ower
er of Brides roses rosesMlM e8Kl rosesMiss
Miss Kl Jessie TNtlI Kvane the maid of honor
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White WhiteAhern WhiteAhernwoodin WhiteAhernA Ahem AhemA
A wedding woodin of interest Int re t io o Washington Washingtontook Waahlngtont Washingtontook
took t place at Whitneys Vhltnoy Point Bingham Binghamto Blngb Blnghamton m mtoft
to ton N Y yesterday yesterdaYw11en when Miss Mar Margaret MarJaret Margaret ¬
garet Atoern became the wife of Charles CharUeAlbert Charl CharlesAlbert IJ IJAlbert
Albert White of Washington W hlngton D C CThe C CTbe CThe
The ceremony was performed in St StPatricks St StPAtricks StPatricks
Patricks Church the Rev C V Mc McGulre Mc McGuire MeGuire
Guire officiating officiatingA
A harp orchestra orche tra furnished tuml hed tho music musiopreceding musicpreaed1nJ muslopreceding
preceding the entrance of the bridal bridalparty bridalparty bridalparty
party and during the ceremony ceremon and andthe andthe 00 00the
the church was effectively decorated decoratedwith decoratedith decoratedwith
with ith autumn foliage foliageThe foliageThe foliageThe
The bride wore a handsome White lace lacerobe lacerobe lacerobe
robe with a tulle veil and carried a ashower ahower ashower
shower > bouquet of Bride roses
Miss M Helen Ahern the maid of honor honorand honorand honorand
and Miss May Haseett Has ett the bridesmaid brlde mald
both of Buffalo N Y wore dainty daintygowns daintygown daintygowns
gowns of pale pink chiffon cl to1 and carried carriedBrlde carriedBridesmaid
Bridesmaid Brlde makl rOBS rosasThomas rOBSThomas rosesThomas
Thomas Ahern of Cleveland Ohio Ohiowas Ohiowas Ohiowas
was beet man for Mr White and the theushers theu theushers
ushers u her were Alfred Livermore of Lisle
N Y Charles Ahern of Binghamtonand Binghamton Binghamtonand Binghamtonnd
and William Ahern of Whitneys Point PointMr PointMr PointMr
Mr and Mrs White left let soon after afterthe afterthe afterthe
the ceremony for New Yonc from where wherethey wherethey wherethey
they sail tomorrow for Bermuda They Theywill Theywill
will 11t reside re lde in Washington upon the theconclusion theconclu theconclusion
conclusion conclu lon of their trip tripT tripXr tripMrs
+ T I f fMrs
Mrs Adah M L Norvell announces the themarrkuce ther theiisrrIae
marrkuce r of her daughter dghtMtyb Syble Dick Dickto Dickto
to Frederick Prec erick Riggs on Monday October October3SN OctoberThey OctoberISM
ISM They will be at home after ufterI afterNovember
I November 15 at 2330 Champlain streecMrs street streetMrs streetMrs
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Mrs 3 C RwBt RU Ru it t of Utica N Y 1 Is the theiKhth thet theguest
guest t of Mrs Edgar L L Barclay CIy ot 1011 101 101ighth
itKhth iKhth street northwest northwestMrs northwestMrs t tMnJ
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Mrs B Dreyfuss and family are now nowlocati nowloeatt nowloonttd
locati at the Warrinifton Warrln on apartment
Eighteenth Btghteenthtreet > tr tnoot et 1tnrf nrt Wvomfnir Wvo WvvreiIn lnt avenue avenueALUMNi aven avenALurf1NI avenusALUMNI
ALUMNi > COMMtNCES COMMtNCESITS COM ltNCES ltNCESITS
ITS SOCIALSEASON SOCIALSEASONThe SOCIAL SEASON SEASONThe
The Alumni Association of the Wash Washington WashIn Washlngton ¬
ington In ton < Business Bu lne s High School will open openits openIts openIts
its winter social season H8 with a dance this thisevening tblsevening thisevening
evening at Mrs M Dyers DyersThe DyersI DyersThe
The Alumni March dedicated to the thejsociation theaaoclaUon theasOcitlon
jsociation by b br H Kirkus Dugale which whichwill wblcbIill whichwill
I will be played pltye this evening eve lng will be pub published pub1I pubITEhed ¬
lished 1I hed and featured at the minstrel minstrelperformance minstrelperformance minstrelperformance
performance which is i to be held on onTuesday onI onTuesday
Tuesday evening November 1C 1 in the thenew theDew thenew
I new assembly aa hall of the Business High HighI HighSchool
School and followed by an informal informaldance Informaldance
I I dance danceCHOIR danceCHOIR danceCHOIR
CHOIR OF WELSH WELSHWILL WELSHWILL WELSHWILL
WILL SING HERE HEREPopular HEREPopular HEREP
Popular P < pclsr and classical music will be beincluded beincluded beincluded
included in the program of the th grand grandconcert grandconcert grandconcert
concert lYh1ch which the Llanelly Royal Welsh WelshChurch WelshChoir WelshChoir
Choir am sing at the First Congregational CongregationalChurch CongregationalChurch
Church Tenth and G streets northwest northweston
on Wednesday evening November 16 16Thte 1 1This
This choir consists conai ta of twentythree per person per80M perlone ¬
son lone every ever one a gifted singer Through Throughan
an invitation from President Taft these thesesingers thesengen thesesingers
singers ngen will m appoar pprJr la In a recital at the theWhite theWhit theWhite
White Whit House while visiting vleft1n Washing
ton
sprung on that section of the West t He Hewas Hewas Hewas
was proud of it The libretto was a awork awork awork
work of literature and the pictures pictureswere pictureswere pictureswere
were wonders He went on the roadsure road roadsure roadsure
sure it would make a huge killing
The first night It was put en the theaudience theaudience theaudience
audience was greatly pleased plea ed A few fewdays tevdaY1l fewdays
days later he gave it in another town townaudience townaudience townaudience
audience again greatly pleased but at atthe atthe atthe
the end of the lecture with
a big felt hat yelled out outNow outow outNow
Now ow Mr Norris Just tell us a lit little little littie ¬
tle about the Cannon busln businss > ss before beforewe beforewe beforewe
we go goThe 0The goThe
The audience cheered ch red the proposal proposalMr wopoaalMr ropotlaJMr
Mr Norris not ot averse e started talking talkingHe talklftgHe talklnglie
He wasnt prepared preparedto to explain the Can Cannon Cannon CaDnOlI ¬
non and the rules light but he warmed warmedup warmedup warmedup
up to the subject talked about two twohours twohours twohours
hours and turned his audience out at atmidnight atmldnllfht atmidnight
midnight cheering and wishing it could couldget copldget coildget
get more moreMr moreMr moreId
Mr Id Norris hasnt been altowrtd to de deliver de deliTer doliver ¬
liver the lantern side lecture since sinceevery slnceev8r sinceevery
every place he goes they insist on theCannon the theCannon
Cannon talk and they do do say that he hehas hebaa
has worked It Into a speech that Con Congress Congrass ¬
grass may get et a chance to hear some sometime IOmfJtime somelime
time this winter wlnterprGtdM provided Uncle Joe Joedoesnt JoedOMnt Joedoesnt
doesnt hear about It before Norris gets getsrecognition getsrecognition ets
recognition recognitionWilliam recognitionWilliam
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William E Andrews AndrewsWatching AndrewsWatching
Watching Nebraska Nebraskawnilam NebmkawnUan Nebr ha haWilliam
William B Andrews Auditor of the theTreasury theTreaaury thtTreasury
Treasury and one of o the most MCl t widely
known nuyt mq t popular aqd m nest t efndtmt efndtmtofficiate eflidentofficials
officiate ornela in Washington Waahlft lVashington < tCft is Ibarie to be bethe 1Mtthe bethe 1
the next governor of pf Nebraska NebraskaFar Ne NesrasktFnt k kJIw
Far something like a half cot scor of ofyears olyears ofyears
years Mr Andrews has exec ox it ted d the thedifficult thedltfteult thedifftcnlt
difficult jrymna nmna gymnastic Ucfeat Uc feat of keeping his htefft ItlatHt hisfeet
feet In Washington Wa blnton and his hi finders fI on onNebraska onl on1braaka
1braaka > raska raskaHe
l Nebraska NebraskaHe S SHe
He has kept close to the State whit whitliving whileliving while whileliving
living at the Capital and he s in a afair aalt I ItaJr
fair alt way to come into his reward for forthe forthe forthe
the countyoption Republicans lean to toward wwan1 toward ¬
ward Andrews as their candidate for forgovernor torpvemor forgovernor
governor in the fight next year Mr MrAndrews MrAJtdrflwa MrAndrews
Andrews 1m l witttn willing for he te I confidant confidantthe Onftd8ltth confideiltthe
the th party can carry the th State Stat it It Itway 1lhalMl1e Ithandles
handles the liquor question In tl te right rtlrhtway rightway
way He te now in Nebraska to vote in inthe Inthe inthe
the fall election and to confer cont r with withfriends withI
I friends about the political situation In InKeneral InICfOreral Ingeneral
general It is regarded 8 ardtd as altogether altogetherlikely altQsetbforlIk altogetherlikely
likely lIk ly that he will be announced a can candidate candidate candkiate ¬
didate for the gubernatorial nomination nominationnnd nominationand
and 00 If so he will make a thorough thoroughcan thoroughcanyam canvaM can canvans
vans of the State Stat next winter and sprIngHe spring springHe iprin iprinHe
He is one > of f the t im > es est and most popu popular popuJar popular ¬
lar stumper In the State > and has a atrreat fteat agreat
great eat personal following He has served servedone seMradnnEl
4 one no term in the lowor house of Con Congress Con61eBs Conre3s ¬
61eBsJ gress re3s
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I I Greenroom Gosst GosstHJB Gosstp GosstpeTBZ S I ITEa
eTBZ HJB New Theater Thea has aroWWiSed NutU snnowice4 snnowice4I e4 e4Ue
TEa 9 tbe east 5t of Shskssesnrea lS lers An Antony Antony AnI ¬
I tony and an Cleopatra with which whieltthe whichtbe whichthe
the playhouse piayiao 7 will open Its first firsto first88MOft firstSeasOfl
88MOft o November NovemberB S So
o B I H Sotbern SoUl wHt jrfay Mark l rk Antonla Antony Antonyand Antonyrole
a role In which he has never ver ap appOareci appOareciand Ted Tedand
and Miss Julia Juti Mallow < h Cleopatra Cleopatrai Cleepatrapart c3eepatrapart
i part new to her A j Z Anson n an Eng ¬
lish actor will be the tb Ootavtas Caesar Caesarand CaeaarDd Caesartnd
and Dd Rowland Buckstone Buck8toJte the Aemllius AemlliusLepfdus AemlUuLepldu AemilIuCLepidus
Lepfdus Sextos cxtuz Pomsetm Pom will be beplayed beplay beplayed
played play by Baa Johnson Desalting Eno Enobartras Enobu 3iiobatbus
bartras bu by William McVay the Clown Clownby Clownby Clownby
by Ferdinand GoUscnaik and Kno JDno noe by byCharles b bCharle8 byCharles
Charles Balsar The rote of Otftava Otftavawill Clfyawill iaV1a iaV1awUl
will be assumed by Miss eftrfee eftrfeelorbesRoMrttIon 3er 3ettricePerbea1tobertaog > trie trieForbesRobertson
ForbesRobertson and that of Charm Charmfen ChrmJen Chtrmian
fen by Mlsis 3t eJ Jessie r Busley Bu 1e7 Iris will willbe wUlhe willbe
be impersonated by Leah BatemanHunter Bateman BatemanHunter BtemanHUDter
Hunter a a young BngHab Dt IRJs actress actressOthers Ct CtOth818 actressOthers
Others to appear at the premiere In Include InoIl1de Inelude ¬
elude Henry Stanford Alfred Bruntng BruntngJacob BcusingJaceb Bruningracob
Jacob Wendell Jr h Pedro de Cordoba CordobaLee C CordobaLee rdoba rdobaLee
Lee BaJcer kr Howard Kyle William WilliamHarris WlI1iam11laniII WilliamHarris
Harris Harry Melick Reginald Bar Bar10w Barl BarIewd
10w l Iewd wtf Robert tbort Vivian G F F Hannan HannanCterk HannanClark HannanClrk
Clark and Albert Cross CrossA CrossA CrouA CrosaA
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A protest has been Idled filed against the thapresent tbepr thepresent
present pr Meat overwhelming conventionality
in play pi titles Tim Murphy has do doGlared de deeJariMl dodared
Glared his Is unwillingness unwtut in the future futureto internii lnto
to ii produce a play whose title titl te a acombination acombination acombination
combination of ne The and another anotherword aaotJMrword asothirword
word a combination of The an aajectlye ad adjective 1 1jective ¬
jective and a noun as TIN sMsiest t Way WayThe WayThe vqTbe
The Third Degree The Melting < Pot PotThe totThe PetThe
The Fourth Estate The Love Ct eetc Cgieetc Cur Curetc
etc the frayed at the edge tourww tourwwp tourwordgroup fo rwenl rwenlgroup
group p lIke like The Man Front Home TIle TJteGirl TIleGIrl TheGirl
Girl From Rectors The Res Re ef Al Algeria 41 41geria 41gene ¬
geria gene The Gentleman From Micslioto Micsliotopi MIs4s MIs4sp1 MJII MJIIpl
pi The Men Ien of the Hour etc eclr = etcQ etcQMr etcj etcjMr
Mr Murphy confessing C nfe lng to having h8YI g used usedall UtIe4all usedall
all these e forms in ate b repertoire and andhe andhe antihe
he in common with the peWs pu wants wantsjpoxaathia waatsJOmethlag watapomethhsg
jpoxaathia new
The Shuberts have have engaged 8D the e tot following totlowing 01 01IOWiPC ¬
lowing players for HMra Mrs Dfon the thefouract thetouract thetouract
touract play by Ruth Jordan J whicH whicHbegin whlcl1besns whichbegins
begin its season next weefc aek Jessie JessieBonsteiie JeuleBonatelle JessieBonstelle
Bonsteiie Laurette Taylor F S a Bar Barrett Barrett Barrett ¬
rett rett C C A Chandoft ChaDd Charles Cbarf Row RowThuriow Ro RoThurksw WfIII WfIIIThurlOw
Thuriow Bergen William Chaos A an anWarrington 4anWarriagtoc n nWarriBgton
WarriBgton Henry Gtbbs Bthel theiI Mar Martin Atilrtin Mhztin ¬
tin Anna Wynne and Janet Arthur ArthurViolet ArthurI ArthurViolet
4 4Violet I
Violet Dale Dae Mort Singers new lead leadIng leadIng leadlag
Ing woman in The Flirting PrineefiC PrineefiCwhich Prl Prlwhich PrIneswhIch
which opens October 31 at the La Sane SaneTheater SidleTheater SalleTheater
Theater in Chicago Ch numbers among her hermany bermany hermany
many accomplishments aeeompllaJ ment that of ofwright play playwright p13wright ¬
wright Though she has never produced producedany preduoedany producedany
any of her plays up to the present presenttime presentttme presenttime
time she has written two and has an another B Bother another ¬
other In process of construction constructionWhat conetructlonWhat
+ 1 1What
What might be regarded as a lagaey lagaeyof 18 legneyof Q Qof
of good win Is the tb fact that the mother motherof metherof
of Clyde yde Pitch Pj h has named John Joinsson Joha1rper Joha1rperson Bmer Bmerson
son as s the th stage ta < t director of the Fitch Fitchplays F1tgkplays Fitchplaysnow
plays playsnow now now in the bands of the Shubarts ShubartsMr Sl hubrte hubrtestr ubcuts ubcutsMr
Mr Kmereon was closely c10 1r associated associatedwith a tOtIltedwith aseoslatedwith
with Mr Fitch in the production ef f at atleast atleast t tleast
least a dozen of his plays and knows knowsthe kn knowsthe WB WBthe
the desires of the dead authorperhfcps authorperhfcpsbetter author IUtr IUtrbetter perbkps perbkpsbetter
better than any living man The The first firstplay firstplay ncstplay
play iHay Mr JHrThe Emerson has undertaken te IeThe IsThe
The City CityWhen Cityben CityWhen
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When ben Samuel M Clemens CMrk CMrkTwain CMMkTwain fMatkTwain
Twain Otto H H Kahn Rebert J Gel Collier 001 001UeI Gelflee ¬
flee and a a few other wattKnown New NewYorkers N8WYorkers NewYorkers
Yorkers appled appl d for the dissolution dl8 ef efthe etthe ofthe
the educational Theater of New York YorkCity YorkCity YorkCity
City the death knell to another a th r In Institution 1ftatJtutton Institutlon ¬
stitution was sounded soundedOne ooD soundedS led ledOne
S One reason given ven te that the public publicJled puwtefaJ1ed publicfajied
faJ1ed Jled to respond The better reason reasonfwever reesonb reasonhdwever
b hdwever fwever wever te to be found in the fact factthat taotthat fastthat
that the manuscripts maau subntltt submitted d were were wereso wecoso wereso
so ridiculously bad so obvtouety obvIe tlly value vataeleK valueices e e18M
ices that the projectors of tMs lund institution m lundtution J JtuUon ¬
tution closed up shop op aa nat wiped the theslate tileslate theslate
slate clean cleanWhen cleanWhell
+ 1 1When
When Mrs Oscar Oe r Lewiseehn formerly formerlyEdna formerlr1Idna formerlyBdna
Edna May arrived in New York recent recently recent1y recently ¬
ly it was announced aBII that she came cameonly cameQnlyiar cameOnly
only Qnlyiar i0r er the purpose pur of vte4tlng Ung hrfamily btrfamily hr betfamily
family in Syracuse Now it is I said saidthat satdthat saidthat
that there is a possibility poII Btet that Sites SitesMay MtIIaMay M MMay
May will return to the stage notwith notwithstanding nptwithstanding tw1th tw1thstanding ¬
standing the fact that the LeWlsohlUlare Lewiasohas Lewiasohasare
are said to be happy and certainly one oneof oneot oneof
of the sons of the big copper magnate magnateshould magnateshould magnateshould
should not be accused of the crime of ofpoverty ofpoverty ofpoverty
poverty At any rate recently Miss MissMay MissMay I1 I1Yay
May was in conference with an Import Important ImpOrtIlnt important ¬
ant American manager mQag < and in addi addition ad adUon additlon ¬
tion is I said to have expressed > to an anold anold anold
old stage friend the hope that alecwould she shewould ewould
would very soon again make her ap appearance It Itperance appearance ¬
pearance in fn a new musical comedy comedySHOCKS comedySHOCKS comedySHOCKS
SHOCKS ARE SEVERE SEVEREIN
IN NORTHERN SECTION SECTIONPersons SECTIONPersons SECTIONPersons
Persons Flee From Homes in Red Redding Redding Redding ¬
ding Cal CatNo No LivesLost Lives LivesLost LivesLost
Lost LostSAN LostSAI LostSAN
SAN FRANCISCO ILl Oct S8iRe S8iRentaihts 1R 1R6rta Ro Roports
ports r received bed today 1IIcDa indicate tlRt 1 1nltihts lest lestnights
nights earthquake shocks were felt fsitmost t tmoat feltmost
most severely in northern California CaliforniaWhiieno ClttfwntaWhile CailforukWhile
Whiieno While DO lives were lost a sad d the pre preerty Pl preparty I Ifrty
arty damage te slight the inhabitants inhabitantswere II inhabititutswore IIaW tJI tJIwere
were badly scared scaredThe scaredThe scaredThe
The shock hock WM felt first at Reading Readingthe R Bed4lngthe n nthe
the disturbance testing l some time The Thepeople TIMpeople Thepeople
people fled to the streets fearing g their tbelrhomes eIrhome theirhomes
homes were e18 about to tumble t on them themHundreds thereHundreds a aHundreds
Hundreds of windows 1ind WII were broken 1 and andmany UMImany andmany
many building bundln wall were weakened waakeuedAt W weakenedAt Red RedAt
At Eureka the shock lasted JaetadtWenq JaetadtWenqfive twenty twentyfive tntyfive
five seconds but no material ttamape ttamaperesulted t tanae tanaeresulted ma mareeulted
resulted Reports from MarstafleM end endGrants eJIdGrants gadCrests
Grants Pass P Ore Or say the shoek there therewas tltenW88 therewas
was very slight slightUNIQUE aUghtUNIQUE itrbt itrbtUNIQUE
UNIQUE FEATURES FEATURESAT
AT CHURCH BAZAAR
The North orth Capitol CapitolMethodiet Methodtet t BpJeee BpJeeeChureh zeeepChurch pal palChurch
Church will hold a bazaar at atCapitol North NorthB NorthCapitol
Capitol and X streett NDVeMMr 1 to
B 1 In charge of the attractive a booths 1toetMwill boothswill seethswill
will be members of the Ladles Aid Aidthe Aidt1M Aidthe
the official ooard the Kpworth Leaguethe League rasuethe Leaguethe
the Sunday school I and the theThere nosier mtorThere nosierThere
There will be a a different d program each eachevening eaebenl sashevening
evening enl and tIN church wilt wiltaU willcii wehjssas wehjssasall
all vteiors vteiorsJAILED vt naiL ors orsJAILED cs csJAILEDFOR
JAILEDFOR JAILED FOR FOR5PANKING SPANKING PUPILNORWICH PUPIL PUPILNORWICH PUPILNORWICH
NORWICH N YM T t Oct Octapanked lSBecasm Became he hespanked iespanked
spanked a a twelveyearold twe1veJ schoolboy schoolboywith schoolboywitc J Jwlt
with a shingle Timothy Tripp a districtschoolmaster district districtschoolmaster
schoolmaster in the town to tow of ofwu Greene Grousewas Greenewas
was found guilty of assault ult and ad see sentenced Dtenced seefenced ¬
tenced to pay a floe ue of J DO or ordaYs serve twen twenty tOty ¬
ty days da1 in the county jail Tripp Tripptbe Trtppthe e ethe
the jail and began serving MD aeflen mt ee bat bati Mltf hUta
i tow f w hours later he changed eaaaa hte bJajtkI wind windpaid mindpald
paid the fine and was released reI
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George F Tyrrell Chief ief Musician MusicianPROGRAM Muslei MusicianPROGRAX D DPROGRAM
PROGRAM PROGRAXMrk PROGRAMAmerican PROGRAMMarek
Marek Colonist GtrUI GtrUIA1JIeIItaD GsasdBgjr GsasdBgjrAmerican
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Stephen Foster Y POStSWItz VoMut VoMutWatts 1 1Vab
Watts Golden Su 8 Sunset Sunsetitorat eV JSS JSSFloral JI JIFloral
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