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the Sixth latematlosjal late Ksperaate KsperaateCongress EsperaateCongrea Xsp aato aatoCongiuii
Congress opened at a G GeerIre ars Wash Washington W WiDgtoD WaahiXgtoft ¬
ington University with a number numbersicclal ef efBlcil Sf21cclat
sicclal meetia mee llfla s held Mtae faamlta taJleeaaJ taJleeaaJthe euly eulyThe uIy uIyie
The ie purpose purpoee of these meeUngai wa wato was waato wasto
to call together all the international internationaldelegates ttedeeIdelegates Iuteriatoaa1delegates
delegates interested t i ill a aje common commonjett sa saet
je jett et t for digcuKstoi di Iv GIl how ow Baper Baperanto apac apacanto sc scanto
anto propagmada proptV work may TIroJDot be b best bestpromoted b bFromoted
promoted IroJDot by means eaai of taese varioas varioascommon noc Va41o Va41ocoamon
common c Jalnon Interests iatereataAdditional Jt JtPeace InterestsPeace
Peace Aiscates JHet JHetAdditiora1 eet eetAdditiorai
Additional interest was riven gh the tbe1ng i itog asset assetIng
tog of the Padnsas or orby peace advocate advocateby dvoc1 dvoc1by
by the attendance att nee of Dr Zameaoof ZameaoofIvunder ZaIDeDAOUnder ZsmealOtunder
Under < under of Esperanto and andZamenhbC M XZamenh dam damZamenhof
Zamenhof C Immediately anon the ad adjournment a4 a4jOLPJ1IDent adJournment ¬
journment of this meeting Dr ZaIDeBhot Zansen Zansenflof
hot hurried to C Ce e Arlmgton Ar to meet IIIeddelegation a adelegation adelegation
delegation oC the bUnd isPerftntiaI3 iCspera mists of ofVV fasningtDD ofasnmgton
VV asniUKion The deiegaooa de consisted consistedoi
01 a a large g number nunib er rf the members > of ofUie vthe ofthe
the Kapitaia KaPit Esperanto Klubo or tne tneCapital weCapital tneC9pit
Capital C9pit iusperanto penuuo Club Tiiis 1 JE i a aliourisnmg a1l0uriSIung aiiouri1nng
liourisnmg organnauon aUoB comprlsinic comprlsinicHiaiiy COIIIp cosnprIng11y Dg Dgau
Hiaiiy au 11y stgntless jSt nteq people who tuuy toe toeLew toeLtW taeLew
Lew language lang by means of the dotted dottedsjstem dOttMs dotts4stem
s stem Item and nd wuo ave become fluent nueatI Jiueaperantists fluentperafltket5
I pcrantists pcrantistsFollowing perantistsoolIowi perafltket5ol
Following ol lowing < the special meetings the thegfcxieral tINtbtn thegtnera1
gfcxieral btn ral meeting ot the Universal Caivenalauto CUIVerSSa Ksper Ksperauto
auto a Lu ABnociation OI1 wa catted to order onkrGt ly byurge
O Gt < urge rge Warmer Warn el of Paris ang was wasoreiga waslaTdyattended wasiat
laTdyattended iat jy attende4 by both American and aa4fut andfurtign
fut furtign oreiga lgn = delegates The morning mornm was wasliieu wasCu
1 liieu HCU Cu over to reports and to discussion discussionrx cuaaiopropagaDda discussionpropaganda
rx propaganda methods methodsVflhIe hiMl hiMlV bodhile
V VflhIe > hile foreign l delegates took an anternooa anulernoon anzfLernoou
ulernoon ternooa off today toda for seeing the sights sightsof
of tho th Capital North American Esper EsperiUilisrs EsperrtiSs LeperAiStS
iUilisrs AiStS held the opening session seazon of tAe tneirannual rann tasirannual
annual ann ual convention Dr H W Yemans YemansNorth Y YeinaesrecnUy e IIS IISentl
recnUy entl reiected re lected ice president ot otorth the theNorth
North orth American organization on presraed presraedin pr prin
in the absence of the president Hon HonJohn HODyon HonThn
John Jiarrfctt Harr t Announcements AJu nts were werezriade weremde weremade
made of the newly Del elected councilors councilorsad OOUDCikrsbd a aid
bd ad national ofnc officers rs of the North Northj4an Amer American Ameran ¬
ican an division and plans discussed for foran forn foran
an n Esperanto pcraato propaganda campaign campaignwnich campaignwhich campaignwiiich
which shall include the schools and andcoilea aDd5 andui1gs
coilea ui1gs = 5 of North America and many manyzeligious DlaDYnJigiuus manyIe1gious
zeligious organizations orranixaUonsTh
Th Tht convention will hold its formal formalclosing fonaalclu formalckthg
closing clu ing session tomorrow morning in inslead mi
i 1 sad of tomorrow afternoon as stated statedon statedon
on the program but the activity of Es EsIKranto EsIranto Espranto
IKranto propagandists propap will not cease ceasewith c cWlth cen cenwith
with the close of the congress Tomor Tomorrow Tomorrow Tomor11W ¬
row cvecing ening at convention hall in th thArlington thc thcArlingtn theAriingtn
Arlington CoL John Pollen of England Englandwill E Englandwill d dill
will ill deliver in Enettsh E an address on onI onFEttranto onEiranto
I FEttranto T > eranto and its uses es The speech of oforel otort oflorel
< > orel ort 1 Pollen will be the first which whichhas wbihas
has as been n delivered in Bty En by an Es Espcrantist EsIrmtlst Esprzutist
pcrantist during the week Colonel Poi Poil Pot1n
l 1n n is one of the most picturesque fig figures tigures zigtires ¬
ures at the comrention D and by lee tasready htaready leeready
ready wit bs wonmeny won many friends triendfithe among
the delegates e e to tb the conjA ronitiom sa He Hepnsident is ispresident Ispr5ident
president of the Britian Esperanto So Society S0ciety Society ¬
Dance e 9f ni Kati KatiThis 1fa 1faThis Natie NatieThis
This evening < the social program In Incident incident Incident ¬
cident to the congress will close with witha witheat
a great g eat mternational bair m tile ball ballroom ballroom ballroom
room of the Arlington A The delegates delegateshave dotegatesbave es
have been requested to wear costnmes costnmesrepresenting eosttUDerEpresentbiII stnmeerepresenting
representing in swue swueIve way tJwiIr tJwiIrle tb rct rctlye
lye nations and the m baD room will be bed bedNorattd bediorated
dNorattd d forated with American flags and withthf withthc with withthe
the > flags of all foreign fore nations ODS repre repreEcnte1 rev revSt represuatei
Ecnte1 St n tE l at the congress congressAmong COJI congramAmong es esAmong
Among the speakers pea era at the meeting meetingcf
cf e the th Universal Esperanto Association Associationtins As8ociattoDt1
tins t1 t is i S morning was G Grosvenor Dawe Dawemanaging DaweIT13 Dawep
managing IT13 p fl3 ging director of the Southern SouthernCommercial SouthernCnmroerCial SouthernCnmmerclal
Commercial Congress Mr Dawe made madea
a Ilea that the International Esperanto EsperantoCongress EsperaatoCngrpss Esperantongrfss
Congress ngrfss meet meetJn in New Orleans in 191 191He I IHe Ili IliHe
He ured ur ed that North American Esper Esperantists Esperantists Leperantists
antists use then influence with the theTnited thernitEd thernitei
Tnited States Congress Co to have N New NewOrleans w wOrleans wOreans
Orleans selected as the place for the thePanama thePanama
Panama Exposition to be held in HIS IMSin HISin letSin I
in celebration of the opening opeD of the thePanama thePanam thePanama
Panama canal canalOhio canalHARMON i iHARMON
4 Ohio Governor Bringing BringingPressure BringingPressure j jPressure
Pressure on Car Com Company C Cpany Cornpany ¬
pany to Yield YieldCOLL YieldCOLTMBt i iCOLUMBUS
COLL COLUMBUS BCS Ohio Aug A Gw Gwernor Gov Governor Grenor ¬
ernor Harmon i is hopeful aI of aw early earlySettlement earlyaettlcment ondySettlement
Settlement of the street car strike strikeIt 3JtrikeIt strikeIt
It was learned today that he stilt stfltznit stIJhnpes stilt1lpeS
hnpes to win over the c npany y to sub submit submit
mit its case e to an arbirtatioa board boardHe boardIJt board11e
He has now turned his efforts e orts toward towardinteresting towudinttr towardinteresting
interesting inttr prominent men and an4 andbankers andbankersin bankers bankersin
in his plan and through them is en endeavoring end end ¬
deavoring d ayoring to reach the company companyrynamite COIIIpaJYr companyt3mamtte
rynamite r was again used by strike strikesympathizers BtrIksympathizers strikeETflPaThIZerS
sympathizers to blow up a LID car carlast carlast carlast
last night A Although It bough the car r was lift lifte liftcd
e cd < I from the trucks neither the motor moioriran 111001man motorman
man nor the conductor was injured injuredSeveral InjuredSe
Several 8 Se > eral shots were exchanged between betweenthe betweeutht betweentht
tht crew and members of the mob con concfPler cOftf cOntte
cfPler f tte L1 in the darkness darknessThe darknessThe darkn darknThe
The American Federation of Labor Laborlas JAdorl
l las li a offered a reward of SIM I for the thetailure theJI theaitre
tailure JI re of Detective Brady bead Of Ofthe ofth ofthe
the th imported men Brady is wanted waatedtit wantedC
01 C the charge of shoot sbooiag lag two pcrjous pcrjouslast poruonsat
last 13 at t week in event of ft his conviction coavictkmtic
tic ti C reward rewar will be made IsiS to the tneSOUTHEAST tbeapt thecaptOr
captOr captOrSOUTHEAST < apt r rSOUTHEAST
Crowded Houses At New Avenue AvenueGrand AvenueGrand AvenueGrand
Grand Evidences of Apprecia Appreciation Appreciation Appceciat14x1 ¬
tion of Ot Enterprise EnterpriseThe
The crowds cro daily filling the new newAvtnue newAwnue newAvenue
Avenue Grand Theater in 45 Pennsyl Pennsylvania PetlD8ylaria Penneylvania ¬
vania avenue southeast manifest the theI thearprectatiO
I appreciation ia which the efforts e < ens of ofthe cthe ofth
the th managers to provide dean amuse amuseIeM a1ll1l8enJfnts amusemcrits
nJfnts for that section tion of the city Is Islpd Is1eld
IeM Since the opening last Monday Mondayof ollday olldayof
of the nw n W entertainment place which whichlias whichlJ
lias lJ as a seating capacity of more mor than than10OO
10OO full 1 1l houses have been witness witnessing witnessing witnessjug ¬
ing the unusually attractive perform performances performances performances ¬
ances ancesHeading ancesHeading ancesHeading
Heading this weeks attractions at atthe atthe atthE
the Avenue Grand are Delaney and andWahlmon aadlhlmoa andWahinion
Wahlmon in white and black face facesongs facengs tacosngs
songs ngs and character dancing daDcin A sketch sketchentitled sketcbT
entitled or > T t itlt d JiIrs Mrs Potters First given givenby gtTeRbY givenby
by Barnes Remington and company companyportrays COIIIpaDYI1Mrays companyiirtrays
portrays the laughable situation of a aw anmaD aman
w oman with two husbands bU JbaD4s < on her herrands h her1ands r rrands
rands Princess Mlroff appears IB IBmusical 111rou InTn
musical rou Tn us lcaI numbers n and Edith Raymond Raymondis
is sttn en ir novelty slackwire work workThe workThe workThe
The management points to the fact factthat aettht tactthat
that their attractions are all engaged engagedthrough eagagedtrrough engagedthrough
through th tly office of the United UaftedBoklDg UnitedBktnZ UnitedBooking
Booking Company omang IQ as seat evidence of ofthe efthe ofth
the th standard staDc tp fe 1M HMtfet mehetaleed ia d hy h tkehouse tke tkehouse thehouse
Miss Mi Ida B Ticer Ti < er Becomes BecomesWife BecomesWife BecomesWife
Wife of 0 f C Louis LouisFolmer LouisFolmer LouisFo1mer
Folmer FolmerA FolmerlIIIrAlJ
At Ike f oC CIIItiIt CIIItiItI rt Lvotost LvotostLbsta
I CIIIIICIa In W Wonlesgion I IA MI MIAda
A Ada a K l leer become the bride of C CLouis C CLouis CLouis
Louis K JIOIIIIeI imer both oT o this city citybr dtyThe I Ifte
The weddIDc wodd a evenleg which was waswftised I IwIt
wIt wftised br the fiamfMes e of the bode bodeand brideand I IroaIII
and snout room w s performed Jtelf by the R Rev RevJ v vX i
X J 7 Weachet T4t9 bride had her ale stoAfter Ps Pst aletee
t Us trs Alice itt L Arnold at mtzon tron of ofhenm I
henm while HrTy X AnoId aet acted AM AMIMK ash
IMK h mon After the ceremonr Mr and andTails andMis I IXrL
XrL F Fohner left OR a trip rtp to Niagara NiagaraPatio I I7aIIII
Tails Toronto and nd Thousand Islands IslaadsThe IslandsTb
The Tb funerkl of Mrs PhiH Iipp PP Allen AllenHeetita Allellwas AlIOHwas I
was heW trOll her home at BraddOck Bn4kMckHelcbts BraddOckHeights
Heights this afternoon o a aDd d was wasattended Jars Jandy Jandyattellded r rattended
attended The T Rev Mr itj Lankford of oftta elChureh efthe
tta the Baptist Church offieiated B Burial BudaiwtS Burialw1e rial rialwas
was la Bethel CemeterY CemotepJohn CenMteoTGIm CemeterYJohn
John William W1111a Burson BniOIIo seventy t years yearsold yeISold yearsold
old died at his home 9K Z Oronoko Oronokostreet OroDokostrHt QtonkOstreet
street this moraimr ynrnng He is survived survivedby
by a widow widowCpt widowCapt widowcant
cant James JamegF F refcster former TormerI fGrmerehtet formerehisi
chief of the police ceparaHmtthe ceparaHmt MeDt Dd Ddthe andthe
I the oldest t member of that depart department departeat departmeat ¬
eat not only In 1 years ns but in point pointhis pointor
or service lies today at the home of ofhbs ofhis
his daughter Mrs Mn Puttmaa to Fair Fairfax Fairtax Fairfax ¬
fax county in I a critical condition conditionCaptain COIMIItIoRCaptala ondttIontaptaIn
Captain Webster is seventyfour seventyfouryears snyontyfoaryears ur uryears >
years of age e and before the pre prepolice present presentpollee presentpolice
police department was organized organisedthe was wasthe wasthe
the town constable constableA 1h1e 1h1eA
A meeting meeti of Oriental Lodge LodgeKnights LodgeKa LodgeKnights
Knights Ka bts of Pythias pyth will be held in inthis Intbia litthis
this city this evening when Major MajorJ
J 1 Thomas Herbert chancellor com commander comJDIIder cornmender ¬
mender of Washington a hingtoD will pay this thisPotomac thisJo4Ige thisledge
ledge a fraternal vl lt visitPotomac ltPotomac
Potomac Lodge of Odd Fellows will willbold wnlboW willhold
bold a meeting at their hall in North NorthColumbus NorthColumbus orth orthCol
Columbus Col us street this evening when whenthe wheUte whenthe
the third degree ee of the order will be beconferred becoDterred beconferred
conferred on three candidate candidateThe CIUMIWtTIle eandidatesThe
The cnairmBto of the committees in Inconnection I
connection conaeet1 with the Firemens Con COIITenti Convention
vention Tenti ll will meet at the rooms of the thechamber thechamber
chamber of commerce tomorrow even evening evening evenlug I
ing at 739 7S oclock oclockMrs oclockMrs i irs
Mrs rs W A Moore who has been on ona I
a visit to friends at Shusan N Y Yhas I
has returned rH ned to her home in this city cityfiOGS cityDOGS
The muzzle order of the Commis Commischildren Commls8foae Commisfiloners
8foae filoners does DOt seem to put a stop to toc tochildren
children c iJdrea being bitten by byODe dogs dogsOne dogsOne
One of the big Moodhoundc blood of Erast ErJIBtGenltelllHrg ErnstGeratesberg ErastGerstenberg
Gerstenberg proprietor of a restaurant restaurantat
at 13 U8 E street northwest BOrthw attacked attackedfouryearold attackedroyearold attackedfosryonrotd
fouryearold Joe Ooster of j Dl4 4 E Etempted Etreet Lstreet
street OD the street Jaa night a at attempted attempted
tempted to sink its teeth in the childs childsrm ch clana childsMr
ana anaXr rm
Xr Gerstetiberr Gerst who was leading the thedog the0tI thedog
dog om a leash pulled the animal away awaybefore awaybefore
before 1 tot teeth had broken the flesh fleshrabies Ae8hThe fleshThe
The dog did not show BY signs or orrab ofrab4ea
rabies e8 and young Costers Co ters farther did didnot aielDOt didnot
not consider it ncccwiary to send se d hU hUson hwto hisma
son to the hospital bo to have the bruise bruisecauterized Dna Dnaeauterlftd bruisecauterized
cauterized eauterlftdCarrie cauterizedcarrie cauterizedCarrie
Carrie Sommers nine years old of
484 4 Eleventh street str northeast was bit bitten bitten bitten ¬
ten on thr tb wrist by b a stray dog near nearber DearlIer nearher
her home yesterday morning
Last La evening the arm began n to swell swelland swelland swelland
and she was taken to the Casualty Hoe Hospital H Hpital Hoepita ¬
pital where the wound was cauterized cauterizedThe cauterizedThe cauterizedThe
The owner of the dog is not known knownRECORD knowaRECORD knownRECORD
In the six weeks since the begin beginning beglnJabal begInalag ¬
ning > of the present fiscal year there therehave therehavo therebavo
have been fifteen suicides in this thiscity thiscity thIscity
city a a condition which if It con continues contta conttnes ¬
tinues tta will far exceed all records of ofM fityeanJ ofpoet
poet M i years yearsNo yeanJNo yearsNo
No reason has been assigned for forthis torUds forthis
this suddea Increase ia the number of ofthose orwho ofthose
those who are tired of life nf and the thecoroner theeoro thecoroner
coroner er is now engaged eDla ra trying tryingt
t te And the cause of the increase increaseAnother iaermoAnother e eAaotber
Another thing that is puzzling the theauthorities theauUaorttJo theauthorities
authorities is the psychological rea reason rea80R rcason ¬
son for the fact that the majority of ofwouldbe ofwouldbe I
wouldbe suicides es choose e carbolic acid acidas acid11M acidas
as the means to end their life This Thiscauses ThiscU8e8 Thisumo
causes umo a great eat deal of suffering BUj rib to tothe totbe tothe
the victim T1ctt before death but never nevertheless nevertheleall nevertbeIea ¬
theless it ia used ia i th the large ma majority majority majority ¬
jority of suicides suicidesthe the easier and andless andle andless
less s painful methods being almost almostentirely almostentirely almostentirely
entirely unused < Hanging Han ng is another anotherfavorite BOtherfaTorlte anotherfavorite
favorite method thod of ending life and andthis andthis
this is closely followed by asphyxia asphyxiation asphyxiation ¬
tion tionG tionU
Continued from First Page Pageyear Paseyear Pageyear
year IK international iDt rnatlolal law aDd di diplomacy diplomacy diiiiomacy ¬
plomacy plomacyAU
All Courses oCntiaued oCntiauedAll oCntiDuedAU
All of the college e courses cou given here heretofore heretofore heretofore ¬
tofore will be continued this year and andsome andsume
some minor courses will be added to tothe tothe tothe i
the curriculum carrieu A movement Is now nowon nowon
on foot which may reestablish r the di division dI dIvWoa division ¬
vision 0 architecture as 5 a department departmentof
of the college of engineering 1Df The cot ¬
age 0 pbarmac and tAe veterinary veterinarysurgery
surgery will occupy their teenier quar quarters quartern
ters I IWe
tersWe We feel sure that it will be unneees1 unneees1sary UD0eee8 UD0eee8to unnecesnary
nary to send men and women outside outsideof de deof
of Wasbinjeum Wb this winter to insure to tothem tothem tothem
them a collegiate or professional train trainof tralnIn trainlug
In of the beSt said Admiral Stockton Stocktonie
be ie admiral announced anno need the election of ofRichard oCRichanl ofRichard
Richard Cobb of Boston to the office officeof offtceof officeof
of secretary retar1 of the university Mr MrCobb 11Cobb MrCobb
Cobb he said said has been connected with
Harvard University of which he is an anA anA anA
A A B B class of f E i In the capacity of
instructor of EnMfeh lid also as a aetary a2teCletary asecretary
secretary 2teCletaryEXC secretaryEXCURSION etary etaryEXCURSION
Owing to the inclemency of the weath weather ¬ f fOR
er on Wednesday the excursion to Mar X Marshall j
shall Hall scheduled u by the Royal Royajcanuia Arl Arlcammt Ar Area rI
cammt ea Hospital Bed Fund Association Aseod ± Uo j jwas
wa postponed until Friday Sepeji Sepejiand er
2 and additional tickets were placed on onaate onmis
ale today to The postponement P was made madel nrnepossthto I
PG l ooufl > io through the courtesy of if the
Marshall HH Steamboat Coxapaay
Dr ViIey Testifies In In Indiana Indiana Indiana ¬
diana Benzoate of ofSoda ofSoda ofSoda
Soda Case CaseSxperimonts Caseen CaseExiertasents
Sxperimonts en n Dr Harvey W Wileysra Wileysfamons Wileys WileysSamstui
Samstui jtstoon s squad wad and the dedtic dedtictfoae deduetIeBs dedocUses
Uses t te be drawn from from their expari exparienees experlwere exporlenees
enees were tbe sindpa1 rtu pal topics at the thetakmc tJtctaklllc thetaking
takmc ef f th tile testimony at the Wilterd Wilterdtoday Wmrdto4iay Willardtoday
today mtho bv t ease ese of Curtice Curtfee Brothers Brothereand DrotbenlaIMI Brothersand
and William Brothers a against ainst the State Stateof Stateot Stateof
of Indiana The packers are charged chargedof
of using beasomte te of soda as a prereata prereatative prevCBtathe prerentative
tive tivel
l 1r > r AVlley chief chemist of the De Department Dcpsrtmeut ¬ i
partment oC Arriculture occupied eec ed the thewitness thewttDeM thewitness
witness s MImd and all morning i
The Investigation have tlcatlon brought out the th fact factthat tactthat factthat
that the Department of Agriculture has hasengaged hasengaged
engaged In two thorough tests of orzoate ben benproved henzosie
zoate or IIOda soda In ono or which It was waaprOYed wasproved
proved to be harmless and In the other otherto otherto otherto
to be harmful hannf L This beta being the case At Attorney AtI AtItome Attoriiey ¬
torney tome General Binsbm of Indiana Indianawho IncJnaI IncJnaC Indianawho I
who C is conducting the case for the theState theState theState
State advocated that the department departmentkeep departmentkeep departmentkeep
keep its hands off this case and leave leavetho lcavethe lamthe
the Stale to work It out on its own ownpate ownpala ownpain
pate Whether or not this will be done doneremains dcMHtremai doneremains
remains remai to be seen seenRepresentatives 3eeDReJMesftItatlvcs seenReIWesefttaUven
Representatives of 1 the two packing packingcompanies packingcomes g g001B1MUIhs
companies comes today demanded the record recordused reeordtlUIIed recordsused
used in the determination of the harm harmfulness harmfulDe harmfulness
fulness a of the jMeeervative jMeeervativeThe Ie erv le lereeaat
The request for to the records of the thepoison tJteiCuad thepoison
poison scuad led to a discussion dlseuSB Oft as asto asto asto
to wnetner or not the department would wouldmlk wouldallow wouldallow
mlk allow > w them to be used Dr Wiley riley wag wagof v vGf wasof
of the opinion that they would be rather
hard to get and General Bingham tote telephoned totephoned ¬
phoned pi > De4 at once to the Assistant Sec Secretary S Sretary Seeretary ¬
retary and asked kfAl that the original rec records roeords ¬
ords be sent down to the meeting say ¬
lug < that he h would be personally re responsible re responsible responsible ¬
sponsible for them themAt thez thezAt 1 1At
At first th the deDrtment rtment ceeraed tear toacqufesce toaequleace tearqulesce
qufesce to this request ue5t but later they theycalled theycalled
called General Btceham up and told toldhim toldbDIl toldhIzit I
him hat unlass unl the demand came from fromboth fromboth
both jnrties it could not be granted grantedMuch gnQIteJlUCb grantedMuch
Much against his will the visiting at attorney attorney attorney ¬ I
torney general made out the request as asdosired asdosired
dosired r by the department and it wa wambmitted was wassubmitted I i
submitted at noon It is probable that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the records will be on evidence tomor tomorrow tomOlrow tomorrow ¬
row the hearing h m being continued CQn nued from fromthis fromthi8 fromthis
this morning The testimony in the af affair affair sffair ¬
fair will probably occupy several more moreNEW mOleda moreHEARI1
NEW YORK Aug 39 ton On hearing hearingthat heariDJthat hearingthat
that her husband Louis C B Bauduy Bauduya BaU Bauduit D DIt
It real estate act x formerly of St StLonte StLouIs StLoule
LouIs had snot and killed himself in ina ina ina
a hot1 O at Mamarooerk eri Mrs Leonie LeonieViolet Leon LeonViolet LeonleViolet
Violet Baueuy ay Ms tlTird t wife wt from fromwhom fromwbGnl fromwhom
whom be was w separated par ted ted attempted attemptedraicide attemptedFDIcIde attemptedeulelde
raicide early today by It drinking carbolic carbolicacML carbolicadd carbolicadd
add acMLThe addThe
The body of the man was identified identifiedin ed edIn
in the Mumaronock Mamszus eck morgue last night nightby nightby t tDy
by a woman said sld to have Ie been Mrs Mrsartist XnJobn MrsJohn
John CecI Cl j wife o of t6 t wellkuown wellkuownartist wellknownartist
artist and a sister er of Bauduy BauduyWhen BfLaduyWben BsuduyWhen
When reporters called at the home homeMrs meMnJ borneMrs
Mrs Aarbrecht mother of Mrs Leonie LeonieBanduj LeonieBauIIu LeonieBands
Banduj Bands today they were told Mrs MrsBauduy MrsBuduy rs rsBau
Bauduy was at a neighboring hborlDg drug drugstore dragstore drugstore
store A reporter who saw her pur purchase purchlUle putchase ¬
chase a bottle of carbolic acid followed followedher followedher followedher
her home and declares he struck the thebottle thebottM thebottle
bottle from her handjust band just as she sheto pied piedto ried riedto
to swallow th the poison poisonThis pcdeonThis
This TII was the third attempted suicide suicideof
of Mrs Bauduy Last Friday she tried triedto trkdto triedto
to leap in front of sit elevated train trainbut trainbat trainbut
but was restrained re Later When ar arrested arreted arrooted ¬
rested for attempted suicide she tried triedto triedto triedto
to kill herself i by jumping from a win window window window
dow in the police station She declared declaredshe dedredshe declaredshe
she was driven to attempting < suicide by byher bher byher
her husbands hus cruel treatment and lid the thefact tJteract thefact
fact that two of his former wives were weresaid wertid were5aId
said id to have committed suidde had hadbeen hadn hadbeen
been n haunting her day and night nightThe nightANOTHER nightANOTHER
The death from infantile paralysis oC oCJoseph 0Jo ofJoseph
Joseph Robertson a seven 2te cn months old oktchild oWcl oldchild
child cl kl whose parents live at Fourth and andM aadK andlit
M streets southeast t was reported to tothe tothe tothe
the Health Department Depa t today todayThe tod todThe todayThe
The total number of deaths from this thisdisease thkdlseae thisdIseae
disease as shown by the records of the thedepartment thedepartment thedepartment
department is fourteen fourteenSeven fourteenEeven fourteenSeven
Seven additional cases were reported reportedtoday reportetlWday reportedtoday
today increasing the number on record recordto
to seventyeight This however is not notan DOtII notan
an index of the prevalence of the dis disease disease discase ¬
ease as the cases are not required to tobe tobe tobe
be reported ard are variously arJou lj estimated estimatedby estI
by y physicians between 300 OG and andInvestigations 5W 5WInvestigations iIIlIaveatlladoos
Investigations by the Health Depart Department Depanment Departmciii ¬
ment show ow W that the general method of oftreatmentamong oftreatment oftreatment
treatment treatmentamong laJDOIIg among physicians is by elec electricity electrietty ec ectrJctty ¬
tricity and massage Health Officer OfficerWoodward mcerWoocIwarcI OfficerWoodward
Woodward fo much interested in the thecures meeure thecures
cures effected m In Burlington N J by bymassage bymaIIIa5e byniasonge
massage as recounted in The Washing Washington ¬
ton Times TimesSuch TtIDeSaek S Smethods
Such methods have hae1QDg long ong been recog recognised r recogalsed b bDiHd ¬
nised by the t tb medical fraternity fraterDit as ef effacfous effaclous effaclous
faclous in the treatment of the disease diseasesaM diseASeM diseasesaid
saM M Dr Woodward today nVben s slimb S11mb alimb
limb becomes atrophied it is of course
deprived of its nerve stimulant which whichis
is in a measure restored by the appli appiication application applien
cation en ties of electricity and massage massageInvestigations InaSaseInvestigatlon8 massageInvestigations
Investigations of the Health Depart Department Deprtment Deportmont ¬
ment thus far have failed to determine determinethe determlDoe1M
the cause of the disease It is believed believedto
to be caused by an infectious agent a ent so sosmalt SOsmall sosmall
small that it cannot be seen through throughmicroscope tbr h hmieroecope a amicroscope
Fund to The Washington Times by
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eased off o after the opening E but 1NtWLIII tn tntrading me metrading
trading wai very narrow and wjw wn fA fAgreat Jl Jl8ftJILt ngreat
great measure e ptofenslona pree Scattered Scatteredrealister ScattetWCr Scattezslrealizing
realizing r was the principal feature bat batue batthe I Itne
the buying power po was rather deflctonr deflctonrTraders deftclemT 4eiIcenTraders
Traders T had a J1J rumor that Mr ROOM Rooeeless ROOMYeIt Boosvelt
YeIt might deIffI a more or less l die disturMng df5tartJlD dieturbing
turMng speech luring the for f fetonoon > jaoon at ata ata t ta
a negro convention eonv AUcH ro Ia this city but butthe butthe butthe
the majority were of the opinion that thatwhatever thatwbatfler thatwhatever
whatever he might say y could hardly be bea ea bea
a serious > market factor The selling of ofBeading 01ReadIJIr ofReading
Beading increased on the decline and andapparently aaclapparently andapparently
apparently came from all quarters the thestock theMock thestock
stock having bayJ been bought t by light lightwatated lightwal lightwaluted
watated ted traders on rumors of a an ad advance advaaee advance ¬
vance to 138 and of consummation of ofthe Grthe ofthe
the long Ion delayed segregation e plan planAmong planAJROII planAmong
Among < the leading eomroissHm eomroissHmhouses eommlllllioDhoU commissionhouses
houses M sentiment isstill ill stilt very much muchmixed m muchmixed J Jmixed I
mixed with views differing dUreri decidedly decidedlyDifferences tlecldedbDifferenceS Iy IyDUrerenc
Differences of opinion however are arewhat arewhat arewhat
what make the th market marketLondon maJ1tetLondon maztetLondon
London was a moderate buyer or orStocks orstocu ofstorks
Stocks on balance during the early earlytrading earlytradinc earlytrading
trading here giving some attention attentionto
to Steel and Union Pacific Traders Traderson
on the floor were rather timid in sell selling eUing selllug ¬
ing short after the first rtlt hour and andwere andwere andwere
were more inclined lDcU to cover their theircommitments theircommitments theircommitmentS
commitments on the selling side of ofthe otthe ofthe
the list which were put out during duringyesterdays durlngyesterday duringyesterdayS
yesterdays session The rumor that thatwas thatwas thatwas
was in circulation regarding a re reduction re reduction rothiction ¬
duction in the division of Baltimore Baltimoreand DaIUmorolid Baltimoreand
and Ohio no doubt originated in bear bearish Marih beartub ¬
tub quarters qaart ra To say the least such suchtalk suchtalk suchtalk
talk is rather premature in view of oftne ofthe ofthe
the fact that the regular division on onthis ontit onthis
this tit stock > was declared only a few fewTraders fewweeks e eeeka
weeks eeka ago agoTraders < 0 0Traders
Traders showed aa Inclination iDCUD on to
follow fotio the bttlthtk operations raUolJ in the thelocal tJMJeeal thelocal
local traction stocks which wltleltwltb began begawith beganwith
with aa advance in Brooklyn Jkk1 Rapid BaytdTransit J1apWTraJl RapidTransit
Transit and MO soon extended est to the tJMIDterboro theIsterboro theInterboro
Interboro Metropolitan issues Some Someof SoIaeof Seineof
of the commission eoon houses housesed recommend recommended
ed the 4fe 4 3 per cent < t bonds of the lat latter Jattel latter ¬
ter company as likely to be helped helpedthe DelpHby helpedby
by the recent rUe In the stocks ad adthe andthe
the late improvement in th the general generalbond JfeDeralDo generalbond
bond Do market marketAfter miketAfter marketAfter
After the initial decline the market marketsoon market80Gn marketsoon
soon rallied the leaders Union Pacin Pacinand PacbMand Pacifieand >
and Reading recovering a full pointfrom pointfrom point pointfrom
from the low of the morning or about aboutpoint aboutpoint aboutpoint
point net improvement TIM reversal reversalof al alof
of form seemed to check the bear de demonstration da damoDStratton domonatratlon ¬
monstration and started some covering verIng verIngBut j
But the improvement served to lessen lessenthe JeeeRthe lomenthe
the volume of business s and the market marketbecame JIUU1 JIUU1Tery marketbecape
became very dull all around with the thepossible thepoesibie
possible exception of the TracMons T low U UP UP UP
P Reading < and SteeL Also A the Zatup Zatupin
in buying was immedAtely Jmmecl tely followed by bythe bythe bythe
the loss of the advances and a setback setbackto
to practically the losing t prices of ofThursday ofTburlday ofThursday
Thursday Smelting SlDeltIIt held wlYADeeaacl Advance Advanceand dvanceand
and Interboro oro Stet 1 common fluctuat fluctuated ¬
ed only within a range e of 73 7ZJJ 7 to 71 71to 1lto 31Is72
to Is72 Is72Following 72 72Following 7 7FoUow1n
Following the noon hour the leaders leadersagain Iea4erapin leaderaagain
again declined of a point and the thewhole thewhets
whole list Jl t with few exceptions followed followedAs folloWedM I
As an indication of the abnormal dull dullness d11BDeN duDness ¬
ness is shown by the tact that the sales salesto 8aIeto salesto
to 1 oclock were but 2156W shares all alltold alltold alttold
told toldThe The annual report of the American AmericanSmelting AJDft1caDSmdU AmericanSmelting
Smelting SmdU and Renntag lll Company fhows fhowsearntaf shows showsearflifl ow oweamlDflll
earntaf earflifl of 7 715 per p t cent as against 7 7cent 7per <
per cent 1 OIl the tock i i last year This Thist ThisICeIvld Thinwg
wg received IUI a favorable indication IDdleatlont indicationthat
that t there would be no reducttor ucdor in the thedividend th thedividend
dividend The stock scored 4 point ad advance advaBCe advauce ¬
vance Steel was w 2i off
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May 62 1514 1514NEW Q g gCHANGE 6liL 6liLCHANGE
NEW 1 W YORK Aug IS lJThe The 2SF New NewYork NewYork w wTorlc
York stock exchange may be sued as asan saD asan
an unincorporated organization D and andthe andUM andthe
the members thereof may be named aamedas >
as partners but they th may JII not be sued suedindividually SUMIJldlYtduaUy suedindividually
individually because beea of some act of ofthe otthe ofthe
the exchange exchangeThis exehaage exehaageThis exchangeThis
This was the ruling ruUD of Judge Hough Houghin
in the United States Circuit Court to today today today ¬
day in the case cas of the New York YorkBank YorkBank YorkBank
Bank Note ote Company which Is suing suingber
the exchange emery IDdITidpal mem member nemher
ber thereof and the tb American Bank BankNote BankXote BankNote
Note Company The New Ne York Bank BankNote BankNote BankNote
Note Company alleges that it is barred barredfrom barredfrom barredfrom
from engraving ail stocks and bonds bondsdealt bondsdealt
dealt la on the exchange exchangeIn f
In the motion of the defendant to todismiss todismiss todismiss
dismiss the suit against the individual individualmembers IndividualmeJftbers individualmembers
members of the exchange Judge JudgeHough JUdgeHough JudgeHoughJoIds
Hough HoughJoIds holds po > ldg that anyone who may mayunincorporated
have a cause for action against an anunhacorporatecl anunincorporated
unincorporated institution i ltutJon may sue sueall sueaU sueall
all the members as partners but it itwas itwas itwas
was never n ver intended that they should shouldbe shouldR shouldbe
be sued R as individuals He therefore thereforedismissed therefored thereforedlaed
d dismissed the complaint against the theindividual theindividual theIndividual
individual members 1
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1 1Former
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cidedly Peeved At the theWorld theWorld
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XBW YORK Aug A g M 1t3 iL3am James A A Pat Pxtten Patten tt
ten former wheat kIng wa wea m any
thing th but aa amiable frame of mind mindupon MiDd1IPoR mindupon
upon 1IPoR his arrival here teday oa the theAdriatic theAdriatJc theAdriatic
Adriatic after a visit abroad abroadHe abroadHe abroadHe
He absolutely ah refused to toent dfenqp dlse pros present proscut ¬
ent business conditions here or orabroad a abroadand
and seemed surprised surpri to leant that It
had d been made public P1Ib that his Stock Stockr Stockxchange
Exchange r cbanlre seat had been n sold
Mr Patten was found by reporters reporterson
on the promenade deck and was asked j
for an interview interviewCertainly InterviewCertainly
Certainly not he replied plled with withphasts em emphasls emphast
phasts I have nothing to say i
The reporters were surprised at the theattitude theattitude
attitude of the grain master fur when I
he sailed he was most amiable al le I
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