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Warships of Foreign Coun Countries Countries Countries ¬
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King Alfonso Alfori o Turns Over to Wey Weyler Weyler VeyIer
ler Entire Charge of ofArmy ofArmy ofArmy
Army ArmyPARIS ArmyPAnIS
PARIS Oct ct 11 11Llsbon Lisbon seething with withanarchy withanarclw
anarchy was saved from a night of ofhorror otlorror oforror
horror lorror only by b the frowning suns iins of the theforeign theorclgn timore1gn
foreign fleet of warships arhIp In he harbor harboraccording hlrboracoordIng Iurboraccording
according to reports from Portugais Portugalscapital Portugaiscapital Portugaiscapital
capital early today todayWith toda todaW1th todayWith
With decks cleared for action and andready andready andready
ready for actual war ar conditions the thobattleships thebattleshIps thebattleships
battleships and cruisers anchored oft oftthe ortthe offthe
the Portuguese capital menaced the city citywith cItywith
with their great cannou through the theentire thecntfro
entire night and sternly promised to toccourgo toEcourgo
ccourgo the fanatics and lawless ole element clement oleent ¬
ment ent among mong the republicans republl ai1s < with a a rain rainor rainor
or shells IT they threatened threate ed lives and andproperty andproperty
property ropert In the city cityEarlier cityEarl1er cityEarlier
Earlier In the day riother t report had hadit hadIt
it that the mobs had gained the upper upperhand upperhand
hand and had tired a portion of the thedry thecity
city dryInflamed cityIn cityInlamed
Inflamed In amed by b a tast taste of mob rule rule the themarauding themarauding themarauding
marauding ruffians of tho capital capIta city cityand cityand cityand
and the radicals among the rcolti rcoltitIonlsts ravoftitlonista
tlonlsts sought to continue their depre depredatlons dopredations
dations The only taste of power which whichthe whichthe
the mobs had enjoyed was In the storm stormIns torming
ing of monasteries and convents when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the republican repu Ucan soldiery was unable to toovercome
overcome o ercome the looters lootersMay lootersMay lootorsMay
May Be Intervention InterventionAccording
According to another report from fromLisbon fromLisbon
Lisbon the reactionary reactlon ry movement had hadacquired hadacquired
acquired such strength that foreign in intervention IntenMtlon Intervthtlon ¬
tervention might be necessary It Itwould Itwould
would would seem according to these advices advicesthat advicesthat
that the government started to disarm disarmits disarmits disarmits
its troops too soon Relying too much muchon muchon
on the theoretical side and too little littleon littleon littleon
on the practical it had dismissed dlsmJ sed a alarge alarge alarge
large fraction of its army arm
The International war fleet In the theTagus theTagug
Tagus harbor has intervened in the theinterests thoIntcre thelntcresth
interests Intcre tB of peace Preparations were weremade weTemade weremade
made for the instant landing landln of marines marinesand marInoand marineeand
and the bombardment of Lisbon if out outbreaks outbroaks outbreakg
breaks occurred within the ranks of ofthe orthe ofthe
the republicans republicansAmong republlcanAmong republicansAmong
Among the war craft assisting 15t1n in pre preserving pre preeorvlnS proecrvlng ¬
serving peace is the United States Statescrluiscr Statescrlulser Statescriulser
crluiscr Dee Moines MolnesSpain Moln08Spain MoinesSpain
Spain An Armed Camp CampMADRID CampfADRID CampMADRID
MADRID Oct 1L 1LSpaln Spain Is an armed armedcamp armedcamp armedmp
camp mp today In its northern district districtaround dlLstrlctaround districtaround
around Barcelona and Valencia and andalong andwonI andalong
along the Portugal frontier frontierINSANITARY frontier1NSATARY
222 Such Structures Demol Demolished Demolished Demolished
ished During the Year YearSays YearSays YearSays
Says Report ReportA8
A8 tho result of the efforts of the theBoard thetJonrd theBoard
Board for tho Condemnation of Insani Insanitary Insanitary Insanitary ¬
tary Buildings during u nJ the year ear ended endedune endedune endedunc
une SO o 222 2 buildings were were em demolished demolishedaccording demol15hedaccordln demolishedaccording
according to the annual report or the theboard theboflrd theboard
board submitted to t the Commissioners Commissionerstoday Commissionerstoda Commissionerstoday
today toda Of this number sixtyeight were werein werein werein
in alleys and 154 In streets Repairs Repairswere Repairswero Repairswere
were ordered en 2l dwellings The Th num number number flumbet ¬
ber of tenants benefited through action actionon actIonnn actionon
on the part of the 1oard was wa 831 if while whilewere
754 were required to seek other quarters quartersIn QuartersIn quartersIn
In the four years of its existence existencethe exlstoncethe existencethe
the board has caused to be demolished demolished1oos
1003 buildings and has ordered repairs repairson
on 676 Special attention Is being glven glvento gl gIfento en ento
to structures not provided with sewer sewerbr sewerbr sewerhr
br water connections wltn the view of ofmaking ofmaking ofmaking
making the owner provide such connec connections connectlons connections ¬
tions or remove remo e the building if its ex expense expense oxpense ¬
pense does not warrnt its connection connectionwith connectionmth connectionwith
with the public sewer or water main mainThe maInThe mainThe
The majority of the houses located locatedIn locatedin locatedIn
In alleys says the report are of such suchcharacter suchcharacter suchcharacter
character structurally structuralJ that under the theprcesnt tliepreesnt theprcesnt
prcesnt law they are not condemnable condemnablcto
to destruction but are kept in repair repairbecause rC1Qirbecausc repairbecausc
becausc of notices served from time to totime totIme totime
time as conditions warrant warrantCredit warrant4Credlt warrantCred1t
Credit Is due generally to the owners ownersboth oncrsboth ownersboth
both resident and nonresident and the thereal thereal thereal
real estate agents for prompt compli compliance compliance compliance ¬
ance with 1th the orders of the board and andals andals andals
als 0 for assistance rendered In many manycases manycases manycases
cases of unrecorded transfers failure to tolocate to1ocato tolocato
locate owners ownerS through the directors and andother andother andother
other reasons which rendered the theprompt theprompt theprompt
prompt service of proper notices pe peculiarly pe peculiarly pacullarly ¬
culiarly difficult difficultboard dlrtlcultConsideration difficultConsideration
Consideration Is being given b by the theboard theboard
board of the conversion of certain al alleys alles alleys ¬
leys Into Interior parks or playgrounds playgroundsWillow playgroundsWillow playgroundsWillow
Willow Tree alley has been selected as asOne asone asOne
One of the first to be eliminated pro provision provIsion provision ¬
vision for which Is contained in the theCommissioners theQQmmlssioners themmtssloners
Commissioners mmtssloners estimates estimatesWith estimates1ilth estimatesitli
With itli respect to the progress of the thework thework thework
work the board reports as follows followsiTho followsThe followsThe
The observations of the board how however however however ¬
ever fail to show any an considerable num number number number ¬
ber of small insanitary houses that the theboard theboard theboard
board might condemn but against againstwhich againsthlch againstwhlch
which hlch action has not been taken Un Unsightly Unsightly Unsightly ¬
sightly houses it is true still exist in inmany Inmany inmany
many parts of the District which a acasual acasuo1 acasual
casual observer might regard as con condcmnable condcmnab1e condcmnable
dcmnable With respect to those how however ho hoever however ¬
ever closer examination will ill generally generallydisclose ocneralIydisclose generallydisclose
disclose that they are properly lighted lightedare lightedare lightedare
are dry have tight roofs are provided providedwith provIdedwlth providedwith
with ample facilities for heating and andventilating andentllatlng andventilating
ventilating and are properly drained drainedIn drainedIn drainedin
In so far as drainage facilities are areavailable areavailable areavailable
available availableSuch availableSuch availableSuch
Such houses of course cannot be becondemned becondemned becondemned
condemned by the board however of offensive otfen81e offensive ¬
fensive they may be in tho senses of ofl ofbeauty ofbeauty
l beauty > eauty and neatness With respect to tothe tothe tothe
the charge that the board is proceeding proceedingtoo
too rapidly Inquiry made under the thedirection thellrectlon thedirection
direction of the board during d rln the past pastyear pastear pastyear
year ear showed that there are a reason reasonable rensonablt reasonable ¬
able number of vacant sanitaryhouses sanitaryhousesrenting sanltaryhousesrentinl sanitaryhousesrenting
renting from 730 730 per P r month to 150 150er 1C50 1C50per 1C5Oper
per er month and available tor the occu occupants occupants occupants ¬
pants of such houses as might be do demolished domol1shed doinolished ¬
molished by b order of ithe < the board boardThe boArdThe bwtrdThe
The results of th this Ihqulhy l qulhy into the therental thercntal therental
rental market have ave been confirmed by b bthe
the observations oFthetfoard of ol the 1oard oard In the thecourse theCOUI thecourse
course COUI o of its work throughout the Die District Di Ditrlct Dietrlet ¬
trict and are supported sUPPOItetdlh by the records recordsof rooordsIf recordsof
of tho office of the Inspector of Build BuildIngs Buildings Buildings
Ings who shows the Issue of f permits for forthen fOrtheh fortheb
then erection of a largo number of small smallsanitary sma11anlta smalleanitary
sanitary eanitaryThe anlta buildings buildingsThe bulldIUgsThe
The board comprise Capt E EMarkham M Msloner MMarkham
Markham Assistant En2lne EnInee Commls Commlsstoner Coinmissloner
sloner Morris forris Hackqrj HackQr HaekqrLispeetor Inspector of ofBuildings otBundln ofBuildings
Buildings Bundln s and Dr W V Or1 C > Woodward WoodwardHealth Woodwardhealth VoodwardHealth
Health Officer OtC1ccra
a i
Will Investigate Accusation AccusationThat AccusationThat AccusationThat
That Seats Are Held HeldIllegally HeldIllegally HeldIllegally
Illegally IllegallyStorm
Storm has ruffled the erstwhile calm calmof calmof
of the city council of Alexandria AlexandriaTonight Al AiexaidrIa AiexaidrIaTonight candrla candrlaTonight
Tonight the members will probe probecharges probecharl probechargs
charges charl s that some of t their number are arenot aronot arenot
not entitled to their seats and endeavor endeavorto
to set tile accusation at rost one way wayor wayor wayor
or another anotherThe anotherThe anotherThe
The charge e was made last year by a acorporation acorporatlon acorporaUon
corporation which refused to repair a astreet nstreet astreet
street damaged by It on the grounds groundsthat groundsthat
f that the city council was not legally legallyorganized legull legullorsanfgesd legallyorganized
organized and could not order such suchwork suchwork suchwork
work done doneCouncllmen doneComcllmen doneCouncilmen
Councilmen Brockett and Williams Williamsare YlIlIDInsare Vil1iainsare
are leading the fight for an investiga investigation Investigation Investigation ¬
tion which will 111 begin this evening eveningStory eveningStory eveningStory
Story of Charges ChargesThe ChargesThe ChargesThe
The story of the charges that mem members members momhers ¬
bers are holding their seats Illegally lI1e1 > ally is isnot 1 1not isnot
not a new one one having been brought up upIst uplast uplast
last year At that time no effort was wasmade vasmade as asI
made by the city fathers to nail the thetruth thetruth thetruth
I truth or falsity of the assertion The Thematter Thematter Thematter
matter was as brought to the councils at attention atI attontlon ¬
tention 4n the ultimatum of the cor corporation corporation corporation ¬
poration porationAccording porationAccording porationAccording
I According to members of the council councilall councilall councilall
all of whom are anxious to have tho thomatter theI thomatter
I matter settled one of the streets of ofAlexandria ofAlexandria
IAlexandria Alexandria was torn up last year by bymen byI bymen
men working for a municipal corpora corporation corporation corporation ¬
I tion tionTho tionThe
Tho corporation allowed the street str str et to toremain toremain toremain
remain In an almost impassable Impa abte condi condition condilion ¬
lion It is said and then the council councilmade councilmade councilmade
I made a a formal demand of the corpora corporation corporation corporatlOn ¬
tion to set repair gangs at work workLittle
Little or no attention was paid to tothe tothe totile
the demand Weeks went by and still stillthe sUIlthe stillthe
the street was unrepaired Finally an anofficer anofficer anofilcer
officer of the corporation according to toI tocertain
I certain of the councilmen replied to the thedemand thedemand thedemand
demand refusing to have the street re re reaired repaired
paired aired He declared that the council councilbeing coun councilbeing il ilbeing
being Illegally 111 egal b formed had no power powerover powerover powerover
over his corporation and when pressed pressedfor pressedfor pressedfor
for details said that some of the mem members members memhers ¬
bers who were daily taking part in the thedeliberations thedeliberations thedeliberations
deliberations of that body had no right rightto
I to be there No effort was made by the thelwt thelast
last council to probe this charge chargeWhen chargehen chargeWhen
When hen Counoilmen Williams lUhuns and andBrockett
I Brockett tonk their seats this year ear hay having ha ha1m haying ¬
ing 1m heard the accusations of illegality illegalitythey flJegallLythe3 Iilealitythey
they determined to press preesthe the matter and andhave andhftearraned andhave
have hftearraned arranged to have It considered to tonisht to tonight tonight
night nishtIf nightIt
If 1 said Mr tr Brockett today these thesemen UIe50men thesemen
men are entitled to their seats seat well and andgood andood andgood
good If they are not they houkl < not notbe nothe notbe
be in the council Ve do not wish Ish to todeprive todeprive toleprive
deprive any member of his seat but butthis butthis butthis
this talk about the council < belnsr iI illeIral illeIrally legal legally l ll
ly l organized and the sooner SO the bet oottcr better
ter for everyone concerned concernedWASHINGTON con concernedRECEIVERS < erned ernedRECEIVERS
ALEXANDRIA ALE DRIA VA OCT 1ft 1ftInthe IiInthe 15Inthe
Inthe circuit court for the city this thismorning thismorning thismorning
morning In the case of John Jensen vs vsAugustus vsAugustus vsAugustuh
Augustus Dean and D A A Racan J JRandall JI JRandall
I Randall Caton C ton ana an1fLeb anll Leo P Harlot Harlo were wereappointed wereappointed wereappoInted
appointed receivers of the partnership partnershipexisting partne partnershipexisting ip ipexisting
existing between b tween the plaintiff and the thedefendants thedefendants thedefendants
defendants In the dredging and pile pttedrivins pe pedriving piledriving
driving business Bond was fixed at atIn
2 2000 2000In 001 001In
In the corporation court Judgo JudgoLoul JudgoLoulC Louis LouisC
C C Barley presiding this morning a de decree decree docree ¬
cree of absolute ab divorce was granted grantedJessie grantedJoosle grantedJessie
Jessie Carry Carr Fillingame from Daniel E EFilHnsame Eo EoFnl1n BFilhingame
FilHnsame Fnl1n ame on the grounds of desertion desertionA
A meeting of Alexandria Lodge of ofElks otElks ofElks
Elks was held last evening It was an announced announced ¬
nounced that the new hall would bo boopened bo beopened
opened for members tomorrow after afternoon aftrnoon afternoon ¬
noon J B Fitzgerald was as appointed appointedmanager appointedmanager appointedmanager
manager ot o the new hall hallMrs hallMrs
Mrs S S C C OMeara sixtyseven years yearsold yearsold
old died at the home of her son James JamesT
T OMeara 1303i Prince street street this thisI
I morning Mrs DMeara is survived by byfour byfour
four children C C W V OMeara J T TOMeara TI
I OMeara Mrs Harry IL Haynes and andMrs andMrs
Mrs Irs Arthur Mitchell Funeral arrange arrangements arrangeznents ¬
ments have not yet been made madeI
I Marley arley Encampment No 60 L O 0F Cv CvF r
F held a meeting last l t evening cuvi cuviconferred aviconferred i iconCerred
conferred degrees upon a number of ofi ofI oft
i candidates candidatesI
I A meeting of the Alexander Chamber Chamberof
of Commerce was as held last evening at attheir attheir
their rooms corner of King and Wash Washington Washington ¬
ington streets It was decided to erect erectan erec erecan crocian
an electric sign fifty feet long on the theriver thefront theriver
river front having on it a slogan of the thocity thecity
city t of > f Alexandria AlexandriaA
A meeting of the Retail Merchants MerchantsAssociation JlorchanUJIA MorchanthAssociation
IA Association 8oclaUon will be held at the rooms roomsI
I of the chamber of commerce this even evento cvcnThe evenlog
I to log
The funeral of William VillIl m Duncan was washeld wasI washeld
I held from his home at Potomac V Vthis Irkthis Va Vathis
this afternoon The Rev Re W V J Mor Morton MorI Morton
I ton of Christ P E Church officiated officiatedj
I j and burial was wasin in Bethel Cemetery Cemeteryj CemeteryThe emeter emeterI
j The funeral funera1 of Dr Harry Butts Butth was was11eld washeld
j I held from the home of his sister slstertMrs slstertMrsI Mrs MrsColumbus MrsJames
James A A Stoutenburgh on orth orthC ortliCelumbus
I Columbus C < lumbu5 street this afternoon The TheRev TheRev ThcRev
Rev Edgar Carpenter of Grace M E EChurch EChurch SChurch
Church officiated Tho funeral was wasattended wasattended wasattended
attended by Washington Aerie Aerke Order Orderof Orderof Orderof
of Eagles EaglesHalf Eagl EaglesMAN s sI
Half blind from the effects of an ox e eplodlng oxploding
1 ploding acetylene generator Richard C CI Ci Ci
i I Moncure of Falls Church and and Ross Rosslyn Rosshn Rosslyn
lyn Va is today in Washington fQr fortreatment fQrtreatment
treatment treatmentThere treatmentThere treatmentThere
I There is a chance that his injuries Injuricrwill InjurlewHl injurieswill
will prove so serious as to deprive him himof himot himof
of the sight of one or u boUt of his eyes eyesThe CesThe eyesThe
The accident occurred while hI10 Mr Mon Moncure Moncure Moncure
cure was endeavoring to repair the thelights thelights thelights
lights of his car on a lonely road be between be between between ¬
tween Rosslyn Rossl n and Falls Church Va Valast Valast Valast
last night nightAccording nightAccording nightAccordIng
According to friends of Mr Moncure Moncurewho 3Ioncurewho foncurevho
who is the grandson grands n or the former formerjustice fonnerI formerjustice
justice of the Virginia court of appeals appealsand appealsand appealsand
I and member of the firm rm of Moncure MoncureWampler MoncureWampler 1oncureWampler
Wampler Glotch lawyers Ja wyers and real realestate realestate realestate
estate men left Roslyn Rosl n for his home homeafter homeafter homeafter
after darkness had fallen last l st night nightHe nlShLHe flightHe
He reached a particularly partlcularlJlonely lonely part of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the road when his lights failed him himAlighting himAlhhting himAlighting
Alighting he unscrewed the top of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the generator and lighting a match matchbegan matchbegan matchbegan
began to examine the contents The Thecarbide Thecarbide ThecarbIde
carbide exploded filling his hi eyes and andsearing Mdsearing andsearing
searing his face o e He II t groped gropcdhls his way wayto iyayto ay ayto
to the machine and andsucceeded s suecoded cceeded in reach reaching raching ch ching ¬
ing his home One of the physicians physiciansAlexandria 7f 7fAlexandria f fAlexandria
Alexandria county count attended him I last lastnight la lastnight t tnisht1
night nisht1 and today he was brought broughthcrf broughthcrftortreatmcnt here herfefor herefor
for tortreatmcnt treatment deatment
Presidents of Systems to toAppear toAppear toAppear
Appear Before Interstate InterstateCommission In Interstatea erstate erstateCommission
a Commission CommissionCHARGES CommissionCHARGES CommissionCHARGES
Magnates Magn tes Hope to Convince Board BoardThat BoarThat
That Increase Is Neces Necessary Necessary i iProbably
sary saryProbablJ saryProbably
Probably the most important hearing hearingyet hearingyet bearingyet
yet scheduled by b the Interstate Com Commerce Commereo Coinmerco ¬
merce Commission in connection with withthe withthe withthe
the proposed Increase in freight rates in inthe IIIthe Inthe
the Eastern and middle Western classi classification chuHliflcatlon claselIlcation ¬
fication territory will take place tomor tomorrow tomorrow tomorrows ¬
row when the body bo as a whole hears hearsthe hearstho hearsthe
the presidents of all the big railroads railroadsinvolved raUroadsinvoled railroadsinvolved
involved In the movement for raising raidingfreight raisingfreight raisingfreight
freight charges chargesHeretofore chargesHeretofore chargesHeretofore
Heretofore the commission has desig designated de dosignated l lnated ¬
nated individual members of the body bodyand bodyand bodyand
and special examiners to take the testi testimony teetlmon3 toetlmony ¬
mony Tomorrow the commission commls lon itself Itsrffwill ItBP1rw1l1 itselfwill
will carry on the Investigation and will willseek willseek wiliseek
seek its information from the highest highestrailroad highestraUroad highestrailroad
railroad authority in the coutry countryPresident coutryPresident coutryPresident
President Daniel Willard of the Balti Baltimore Baltimore Baitmore ¬
more and Ohio railroad and President PresidentMcRoa Pr PresidentMcRea ent entlcRea
McRoa lcRea of the Pennsylvania Pennsylvania are ex expected expected cxpected ¬
pected to go on the stand 1 early rly in the thehearing thehearing thehearing
hearing These two roads together togetherwith togetiKrwith togetherwith
with the New York Central are the thethree thethree I Ithree
three great East and West trunk lines lineswith Jlne5vith lineswith
with interests extending from the At Atlantic Atlantic ALlantic ¬
lantic seaboard to the Mississippi river riverNew riverXew riverNew
New England in land too will 111 be represented representedPresident repre representedPresident ented entedPresident
President Mellen of the Nw York YorkNew YorkXew YorkNew
New Haven and Hartford will be here hereFrom hereIrom hereFrom
From the West will come President PresidentRipley Pre PresidentsRipley 4dcnu 4dcnuRipley
Ripley of the Santa Fe Stevens of ofthe 1 1the ofthe
the Chesapeake and Ohio Johnson on of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Norfolk and andWe andWeeter Western tern and a num number number number ¬
ber of others othersShippers otherShippers othersShippers
Shippers organizations will also be berepresented berepresented berepresented
represented by attorneys and traffic trafficmanagers tratrlcmanagers trafficmanagers
managers Attorney Louis Brandies of ofBoston orBoston ofBoston
Boston who represents the Eastern Easternshippers E Easternshippers tern ternshippers
shippers and Attorney AUom F B James of ofCincinnati ofCincinnati ofCincinnati
Cincinnati representing repre entlng th the Westerners Westernersarrived We Westernersarrived terners ternersarrived
arrived In Washingtoa today tOO They at atonce atonce atonce
once held a conference to map out their theirprocedure theirproced theirproeede
procedure procedureAs proced proeedeAs i e eAs
As seoi as the hearings arc concluded concludedthe concludedthe concludedthe
the con coirmisslon mission will begin b n Its review of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the testimony t thnony It will go over the themass them8J18 themass
mass of matter submitted at the New NewYork XewYork NewYork
York and Chicago hearings digest digestthe diSefftthe digestthe
the attorneys briefs ami consider con lder care carefully careI carefully
fully the representations repre entatlon to th the com commission commi cornmission ¬
I mission mi lon by the railway rallW8 presidents presidentsThe pre presidentsThe klentti klenttiI
The executives of the various roads roadswho roadswho
I who will go on the stand tomorrow tomorrowand tomorrowI tomorrowand
and later will attempt to convince the thecommission thfllcommission thecommission
I commission that the proposed increase increasein I I
I in freight rates is necessary n e for the theproper tbeI theproper i
proper development of the resources resourcesof
I of the various lines They Th win argue arguethat arguethat arguethat
that the various Increases in the opera operaI operaI operating
I ting tln expenses expen of the roads road make it itnecessary ItneceS88I itneressary
I necessary to produce more revenue revenueOn revenueOn revenueOn
On the other hand the thesblppers shippers will willcontend willcontend
I contend that there Is no occasion for forraising torralsinJ forraising
raising the freight charges They will willurge wlUurge willurge
urge that the shlr shiprs hl rs and consumers consumersshould consumersshould consumersshould
should not be compelled corn > tIled to provide the themoney themone themoney
money mone which the allroads claim they theyneed theyneed theyneed
need In order to solve olve their economic economicdifficulties economicdlttlculties economicdifficulties
difficulties difficultiesArtist dlttlcultiesREPENTANT difficultiesREPENTANT
Artist A ist Heil Calls Off 9lDivorce 9lDivorceProceedings 0 Divorce Divorcethe DivorceProceedings
Proceedings ar an T akes akesthe akesthe
the Blame BlameRepentant BlameRepentant BlameRepentant
Repentant and asserting that he hehad hehad hehad
had wronged his wife by the filing of ofa ota ofa
a sensational sen atfonal divorce suit last week weekJ week weekJ
J Frank Nell a crayon artist today todaydismissed todaydismissed todaydismissed
dismissed the case through his at attorney atto attorney ¬
torney to rn e W A A > Coombe CoombeMrs CoombeMrs CoombeMrs
Mrs Nell whom the young artist artistasked artistasked artistasked
asked the court to restrain from in interfering Intererlng interering ¬
terfering tererlng with his business and andwhom aDdwhom andwhom
whom he charged with impairing Ids htehealth Idshealth hishealth
health by b her treatment of him was wasat wasat wasat
at the courthouse in company with withAttorney withAttorney withAttorney
Attorney Coombe to see that the case caseiv casewas casewas
iv was as actually actuall dismissed and to make makepublic makeubJic makepublic
public ubJic a statement which she de declared dedared ¬ I Idared
dared her husband had ad authorized authorizedTho authorizedTho authorizedThe
Tho statement which was written by byMrs byMrs byMrs
Mrs Hell and signed by Attorney AttorneyCoombe AttorneyCoombe AttorneyCoombe
Coombe was wasJ wasUJ wasJ
UJ J Frank Hell has withdrawn the thecharges thecharges thecharges
charges against his wife iff Blanche M MHell MHell MIleil
Hell us he has wronged her through a afit afit afit
fit of temper as she hat been a good goodfaithful goodtalthful goodfaithful
faithful wife wlf < to him and a kind and andloving andloving andloving
loving mother to his children childrenMrs childrenIrs childrenMrs
Mrs Hell brought her two little sons sonswith sonswith sonswith
with her to the courthouse The Hells Hellslive Hellslive
live at 15271 1umf Fourteenth street north northwest northcst northwest ¬
west westTwo westCHINESE cst cstCHINESE
Two Chinese delegates to the recent recentPrison recentPrIson recentPrison
Prison Congress CongressA A L L Ahlo and J L LKing L LKingvisited LKingvisited
King Kingvisited visited the District Courthouse Courthousetoday CourthousetodlY Courthousetoday
today as tho guests of Justice Wright in inCriminal InCriminal InCriminal
Criminal Court No 2 They occupied a aseat aseat aseat
seat on the bench beside Justice Wright WrightanS Wrightani Wrightan
anS an took to < k a deep interest in the proceed proceedings proceedIngs proceedings ¬
ings ingsYou
You move mo e very fast fast but not faster fasterthan fasterthun fasterthan
than justice can be meted out said saidMr sn1dllr saidMr
Mr Aho I like the action mani manifested manifested man manLested ¬
fested festedBoth festedBoth LestedBoth
Both of the Chinese criminologists crlminologistsstated criminologistsstaled criminologistsstated
stated that they were firm believers in inthe Intho inthe
the probation system and would seek seekto seekto seekto
to have the principle of the system s stem put
In vogue in the Far East They took tookcopies tookcopies tookcopies
copies of the act of Congress establish ¬
ing the probation system in the District Districtof
of Columbia and asked numerous ques
tjtons tions about its practical use useARGENTINE useARGENTINE useARGENTINE
ANNAPOLIS Md M Oct 11 UI ILThe TJio he
authorities of the Naval Academy Academ have
been notified that the Argentine train ¬
ing ship Sarmiento with the naval navalcadets navalcadets navalcadets
cadets of that country on board will willvisit wUJvisit willvisit
visit Annapolis shortly
The exact date has not been set but
the young young South Americans and their
Instructors will be welcomed and shown shownevery shownevery
t every department of the institution An Anexcellent Anexcellent Anexcellent
excellent time has been chosen for the thetrip t1l t1ltrip thetrip
trip as the full brigade of midshipmen
is present and everythingTn everythlng full run running running running ¬
ning order The visiting cadets will also
be given an opportunity of seeing the thegreat thegreat thegreat
great American game of football footballt
Wall WallStreet Street Ignores Showing By Steel Corporation
NEW YORK WRK 9RK Oct 11 UThls This Tuesdi Tuesdisurprised TuesdJsurprl T006thsurprisod
surprised surprl od the Street In that there was wasno 188no wasno
no disposition to weakness s and lower towerprices lowerpricM lowerprices
prices as usual on the third day of the thew th6WfOk thewok
w wok < ok The poor showing owSng by the Steel SteelCorporation Ste SteelCcrporation l lCcrporntlon
Corporation the smallest t ever made madeof madeot madeof
of untllled orders save one was like likeother likerther likether
other ther bad news that has filtered filteredthrough fllteredthrough filteredthrough
through the t l8 Street for the last two twocvueks twoVoeks twoveeks
cvueks of no importance worthy of ofmention otmOlitlontbe ofmotlonthe
mOlitlontbe mention the Street Ignored It It The ThehcUiers TheclJen Theic1iors
hcUiers clJen of securities have evidently evidentlyhad eIdentlyhad evidentlyhad
had their oars to the ground listening listeningfor lstenlragt lstenirzgfor
for t r good news only and confident thp thpt thptwhen tht thtwhen t twhan
when it does come it will have havethe havetho havethe
the desired effect In moving up values valuesAt valuesAt valuesAt
At tho same time their oars are areclosed areclocd areclosed
closed to unfavorable news newsIts Its all alldiscounted alldtJcounted alldtcounted
discounted unless perchance there thereshould thereshould thereshould
should come such a jarring in the theopinion theopinion theopinion
opinion of the highest hlghe t court on the thetrust thOtrust thetrust <
trust cases ca es that their conhdence conhdencewould confidencewould conhdencewould
would be shaken shakenBut shakenBut shakenBut
But the street did listen lI ten to the story storyof storyor storyof
of the fine harvest of 1910 the tale of ofa ota ofa
a 3046016000bushel 304601 6000bushel corn crop croplbdGOOOOGO crop1C960000iO croplta96OOOOlO <
lbdGOOOOGO yield ield of oats and 700
000000 bushels of wheat garnered In Indespite IndHplte indespite
despite the drought etc In addition additionthere additionthere additIonthere
there are 170284000 busbIes ot bar barley barIiY barIcy ¬
Icy and ample yield of other products productsof
of the farm and plantation plantationA tlantaUonA lantation lantationA
A great productive year sure to bring bringits brln brlnIts bringits
its full share of prosperity pro perlty and materi materially mat materlally rl rlaU ¬
ally aU add to the wealth of the nation nationAlso naUonAlso nationAlso
Also a yield sure to make its impress impresson s son
on the mind of investors Inve ton once the tur turmoil turmoil turmoll ¬
moil of election matters is over i
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Diet Securities 3 tt 3 31 JW4 I iGeneral 3 3General 3i 3iGeneral
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I Goldfield Cons S 7 r 1 7H1 m 7 I 7 7Great m mGreat 7Great
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Poultry PoultryLive PoultryLIve PoultryLive
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lb hens MolSc per lb roosters l 1te e per 1 lit
ducks IteHc 13 Hc per lb turkeys live JIve iSo per lb
Vegetables VegetablesFoatoes Vegetablesporatoes VegetablesPoTatoes
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JLSOal75 fL50 i per bbL onions TftaSOc 7taS c per bu buFruit 1Iu 1IuFruit buFruit
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L5 a per basket pineapples fg60aS56 LeOa per peri percrate
I crate grape 13a16c per basket pears Keet Keeter Kin Kiner
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ket Calllomla oranges JJ5 U8n600 a600 per box
damsons 4c per lb jraperrnlt 1L00 1L00per SOaSOO SOaSOOper
per box box
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iso 16 pjr p r dos dO tomatoes tmt SCaTSc 5 per pr box bx let lettuce lettuce lettuce ¬
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bage 4OOaS00 per hundred beets 30c
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Children Chidren playing playln with wih matches re resulted resuIed resuited ¬
suited suIed in a small smal fire fre at the home of ofThomas ofThomas ofThomas
Thomas Wall 509 Virginia Virginia avenue avenuesoutheast avenuesoutheat avenuesoutheast
southeast southeat shortly sborty before noon today toda
Engine company No N S responded and andage andextngished andextinguished
extngished extinguished the lhueafer blase after HO 10 dam damage damage
age had been done
Our British Brlt friends frie digested digete the te grand grandcrop gd gdcrop grandcrop
crop report reprt quicker quiker than ttan their ther American Americancousins Amern Amerncus Americancousins
cousins cus Their Th b market mrket was Wa buoyant buoyantand buoant buoyantand
and the crop ce report rr wan w considered c d6ro more morethan morethan morethan
than outweighing outwe gblng the political situation situationBut situationBut
te ltal 8tuton 8tutonBut
But while whie there tere was w little lte sign of ofweakness otwekness ofweakness
wekness weakness in the list lst there was no great greatshow jeat8hov greatshow
show of strength trengt it I was w a creeping creepingbull cr creepingbull Jplng Jplngbul
bull bul market The condition cnditon oi the themoney themon themondy
money mon market is I not such as a to t en encourage 0 encourage ¬
courage curge or permit of a lively lvely bull mar market mr mrket market ¬
ket at this thi time tme The moving mvIng of tho thogreat to togat thogreat
great gat crops crp is I going gln on and an the return returnHow returnflow
How 10w of cash has ha not nt started In More Moreover Moreove Moreover ¬
over ove the surplus sUIu in the banks bnk of this thiscity thiscity thiscity
city is close clole on to requirements requirement and andthe andthe andth
the th banks bank would w d lend len their influence In uence if ifneed I ifneed
i need be b to give Ile the te market a a check chec It ifit ItI Itit
it I showed showe the least lot signs slg of becoming becomingrampant bcming bcmingrapt becomingrampant
rampant rapt The Te banks b so s far this thl week weekhave weekhave weekhave
have lost Jo tt131000 18 to the subtreasury subtreasuryUntil 8ubtreur subtrcasuryUntil
Until the monetary monetI situation stuaton shows sows ma material mater1 materlal ¬
terial ter1 Improvement I the te best bt conserva conservative cnsen cnsentlc conservative ¬
tive tlc advice advic favors taon the te taking of a trad trading tad tadlos tradleg ¬
leg los position ready read to turn quickly quicklyIt quck quick y yI 1it
It I pUon was w a day when the old faorites faoriteswere ta faoriteswere orlte
were again to t < the te front to the neglect neglectof neglet negletOf
of the minor lights The Hills Hls made madegains mao maoIajns madegains
gains about on a parity with tho tholeaders theleadersabout
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leaders ledclabut leadersabout about a point pint on the average averageslowly averageslowly averageslowly
slowly gained lnO and held h ld vlth lt > more or orless orle orlees
less le stubbornness stubbmnes St Paul was wa slow slowand slowan slowan1
and did di not nt show shoW its it usual Uua1 good front frontBaltimore frontBaltimore nt ntBaltmore
an Baltimore and Ohio Canadian Canadi Pacific PacificMissouri Pafic PaficI PacificMissouri
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Union Pacific moved moved UOKS net point poit to toRealng
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ancf an important Jewish Jewishholiday Jewishholiday
day da tomorrow anc Import Jewsh Jewshholday
holiday holday onJThursday on Tuiay Thursday the stock stok market marketjs maket maketIs
Is not likely lkelY to be lifted lite out of Its pros present pre preent prosant ¬
ent narrow narroW rut for some days da to come comeThe cme cmeThe comeThe
The manner maner in which the list lIt ignored ignoredthe igored igoredte Ignoredthe
the te publication publcatlon of the unfavorable unrayorble re report report ¬
port on steel seel trade conditions condUons certainly certainlymakes certnly certnlymaes certainlymakes
the market markethas marketha markethas
makes maes it appear as a though
has ha been ben sold to t a standstill stdstil and that thatmuch thatmuc thatmuch
much muc has already alrad been discounted in inthe Inthe inthe
the way of uncertainties uncerntle still stn confront confronting cnfnt cnfntIn confrontlag ¬
lag In the te situation situationW situationW situationw
W B Hibbs Co CoTat CoThat That theeKcellent theeKcellentcrop tOe thesetcellentcrop > celent celentcrop
crop report did not meet with much muchmore muchmore
more recognition recgiton in the te market maket than t did didthe didthe didthe
the earlier erner report reprt but it will 11 in time be bereflected berfecte bereflected
reflected rfecte in better btter securities prices prces and andwill ad adw1 andwill
will w1 undoubtedly further stimulate in investment Inestent Investment ¬
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present time tme seems to t be in a deadlock deadlockbut deadlockbut
but it is i from Just jut such conditions conditons in inthe Inthe inthe
the market maket that tat buoyancy buoyanc suddenly sddenly de develops deeleps develcps ¬
velops eleps and ad greater geater activity actvi Is likely lkely to tomake tomake tomake
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f feel el seriously Mdoy aggrieved at the t bumilS bumilSatteg humi humiliadag
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