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Fair and Continued 17 Cold ColdTonight ld he II Qrimc lLA LAST LASTYesterdays LA EDITI N I INmIBER
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MILK FAMINE PROBE PROBEORDERED PROBEORDERED
ORDERED BY DISTRICT DISTRICTTO DISTRICTTO
TO MISS NO DETAIL DETAILl1embers DETAILMembers
Members of Conference ConferenceWhich ConferenceWhich ConferenceWhich
Which Made Similar In Inquiry Inquiry Inquiry ¬
quiry In 1907 to Aid AidNOTED AidNOTED Aid AidNOTED
NOTED SCIENTISTS SCIENTISTSTO SCIENTISTSTO
TO HEAR EVIDENCE EVIDENCERelation EVIDENCERelation EVIDENCERelation
Relation of Tubercular Cows to toHealth toHealth toHealth
Health Will Be Established Be Beyond Beyond Beyond ¬
yond Future Question QuestionDevelopments QuestionDeDelopments QuestionDevelopments
Developments opmeats Today T oQ a in the theMilk theMilk theMilt
Milk Situation SituationMilk SduationMilk SituationMilk
Milk conference appointed by Commissioner Com Commissioner Commissioner ¬
missioner Macfarland in 1907 907 will willattend willattend willattend
attend hearing before Commis Commissioners Commissioners Commissioners ¬
sioners October O tober 20 20Believed 20Believed assBelieved
Believed that this arrangement pre presages presages ¬ I Isages
sages a general g neral investigation of ofsituation ofsituation
situation by Commissioners CommissionersChamber CommissionersChamber CommissionersChamber I
Chamber of Commerce announces announcesplans announcesplans I
plans for investigating tubercu tuberculin tuberculin tuberculin ¬
lin test for milch i1ch cows order orderDealers orderDealers orderDealers
Dealers oppose plan to postpone postponemaking postponemaking postponemaking
making requirement effective on onground onground onground
ground that they want an im immediate imI immediate ¬
I mediate settlement settlementThat settlementThat settlementThat
That most careful oonsideration te to totoe toJ tou
toe J u given by 1 the Commissioners Comm to the themilk themHk themilk
milk problem in the District was pres presn pre preId presed
n Id d today by th Uw announcement atno t that thatmembers thatTIembera thatncmbera
members of the milk conference ap appointed aprKinted aPiinted ¬
pointed by Commissioner Conun Macfariand Macfariandm laefarltndto
m j n 1907 l to investigate the vale Je of milk milksupply milksupply milksupply
supply and its relation to public health healthwill healtbwHl healthwill
will be present pre ent at the hearing < to be hebiren begiven bei
given i hon the dairy interests lit the board boardroom boardroom boardroom
room of tbe District building < Thursday ThursdayOctober ThursdayOctober ThursdayClctoor
October 26 at M a It m mVMIe m mV1l1e utWhile
While the Commtulon Commissioners re have not notyet BOtYtt trotyet
yet made their plans PIbII pubtia It is jirob jirobable pro proable probable
able a thorough thor up Investigation 1h 1on will tli II be beordered DeOlJered benrIered
ordered of the milk supply 17 a aW p the thelinos ttaeI1nfsf tube1ln
I1nfsf 1ln linos stormedy formerly y foUoycd fa follgyy > bit by the milk mllkcnnfeftnoe milkconference JIIIIItc0ofef
conference conferenceOne cnnfeftnoen e eOnto
One n of the principal points at Issue Issuetween l 8ueJ kseuehftween
hftween J tween th the dairymen dalr7 and the th Health Healthifpartment HealthIJtpartment HealthI
apartment I kt the recommendation reeom 1eD4Ja on < > C Ctiic Ct Ctie
tie t 11 milk conference co That all milk milkproduced milkproduced milkproduced
produced for use in the District of Co CoMimbia Coumbla Ceumbia
Mimbia shall hall either com from cattle cattlejree cattleJ cattlerPe
jree J rtt of tuberculosis ia as shown by the tlietuberculin theitbercultn
tuberculin 11 bf > rcnltn test 0 which tuberclin test testshall teat1all testshall
shall 1all be repeated at least t once O e a year yoarc yeartr
be pasteurization under underthe undert11e I It1l
to
c tr > r sbjeet
the t1l supervision 1iu rv1 lon of the Health Depart Department Dep DepartrFnt rt ¬ I III1pnt
ment sad nd found to be free from tuberculosis tuber tuberculosis tuberculosh ¬
culosis
Probable Conferees ConfereesAmong ConfereesAmong ConfereesAmong
Among the members of the Milk Con Conference C Conference n nrerenee ¬
ference who will attend tbe Hearing are areDr AreDr areDr
Dr George M Kober first vice chair chairman chaIrman chairman ¬
man and professor of hygiene school schoolof choolor schoolof
of medicine Georgetown University Dr DrHarvey DrHarvey DrHarvey
Harvey W V 0 Wiley riley second ll cond vice chairman chairmanchief chairmanchief chairmanchief
chief of the Bureau of Chemistry Chem1 try Emile EmJIeBerliner EmileBftUner EmileBerliner
Berliner Dr J W Kerr assistant surgeon sur surgeon Bureon ¬
geon eon general United States army Dr DrG DrG DrG
G Lloyd Magruder Dr C F Mason MasonAssistant ons Masonassistant
Assistant s i8tant surgeon general United States Statesirmy SlaWTmy Statesrmy
irmy Dr A D Melvin M lvtn chief of the theJiureau theHUTfttU thebureau
bureau of Animal industry Dr John JohnR JohnR JohnR
R Mohler ohler chief of tbe pathologic pathologiclivifion JAthol pathologicaliivt CAI CAIiviolon
iivt livifion ton Bureau of Animal Industry IndustryJriK Jndut JndutHng Industryirig
Hng JriK Gen Robert M f OReilly OReUl Admiral AdmiralP
P M L Pixley Dr E C Schroeder Schroederi Schroed SchroedlWrlntend Schroederrnperintendent
i urwrlntendent lWrlntend nt of experiment station stationBureau statkmBunau stationbureau
Bureau of Animal Industry and Ed H HWebster HWE HWebster
Webster WE > bster chief of the dairy division divisionMurcau dlvi divisionBureau ion ionUWcau
Bureau of Animal Industry IndustryDisease JnduMrDisease IndustryDisease
Disease Contagious ContagiousIn
In consideration 01 tae question the theCommissioners theCImmiulonera theCommissioners
Commissioners will again ain take up the thereport ther thereport
report r port of the milk conference The fol following tollowing following ¬
lowing was said of tuberculosis by Dr DrJohn DrJelin I IJel
John Jel R Mohler chief of the pathotogl pathotogla JILlhoI b1
of Aninial Indus Industry Industry Industry ¬
ta1 a 1 division divi ion Bureau
try tryProbably Probably the most important disease diseaseor d disease se seor
or rows ows from the standpoint of public publiciualth publiclualth pub pubhealth
health is I tuberculosis I and it is also alsofch alsothr
fch thr < most prevalent prevalentWhen prevalentWhen prevalentWhen
When Koch first discovered thelause the theJ theuse
disease and combined the thenoulKemnt thep
lause J use of this
3 p > tnouneenient + of has bl discovery with the theStatement thestatement I Ist1tment
Statement that he considered the affocjuii affect a affectin <
lon identical in both man and bovine bovineit
it was accepted by scientists as well as asUK 8Mtho astit
UK general cneral public publicHis publicHIs publicV
His subsequent announcement in inl
l > V 01 ii 1 to the th effect ttthat that this disease diseaseannouncement was wasdifferent vo vodiferent wase
different differrentthere e in man man and cattle and that thattliere thatthEre
thEre was wa no practical need for pre preventing prentin preventing ¬
venting ntin the use of the th products of tu tuContinued tuContl tuContinued
Continued Contl ued on Ninth PageWEATHER Page PageWEATHER e eWEATHER
WEATHER WEATHER REPORTReports REPORT REPORTReports REPORTntpOrte
Reports fw hole n the Caribbean this thislooming thllir this7arning
looming r rnlr Indicate In te the presence of oftropical oftroflcal a atropical
tropical disturbance dl tu te southwest t Of f fThe Cuba CubaThe CtaM1
The Th weather will continue mostly fair faircast railtt faircast
river riverThe riverthe I Irhe
cast tt of the Mississippi lI
The temperature te t1re will rise In the mlu mlult midand I
lt and North Atlantic At ntle States during duringFriday durinIrlday durhigFriday
Friday FridayFrost IrldayFro Fridayuroat
Frost t will again occur tonight in the theroast thena theCnist
roast na t States St4lt from New Jersey north northivurtl lt northFORECAST rth rthanl
ivurtl ivurtlFORECAST anl anlJoORECASl
FORECAST FOR THE DISTRICT DISTRICTfair DISTRICTFair DISTRICTFair
fair and continued cool Umtttht Fri Fridiv Fridal Trtdati
div probably Increasing l lac ctondtaess clottdtR with withlowly wtthhwly withlowly
lowly rising rt t temperature nj eratttre moderate moderatenortheast ntederate110rthdAt moderatettorthesst
northeast to wait winds windsTBMPBRATURHS windsTBMFIIRATi 1 1TBMPmtATURJt
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CONDITION CO DITION OF THE WATER WATJBRTTARPmBS VATRHARPJIBS WATERiIARPIIRS
TTARPmBS y rDRY RRT W We Va Viu V Q Get fit fitBoth t JL JLBoth JL JLBoth
Both rivers clear this1 morning morninga
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WOULOBE OULDBE SUICIDE SUICIDEGIVENFREEDOM I i
GIVEN GIVENFREEDOM GIVENFREEDOMMaurice FREEDO FREEDOlVlaurice
Maurice J Clagett Is Re Released Released Released ¬
leased By Order of Dis District District District ¬
trict Attorney Wilson WilsonWOMANS WilsonWOIvIANS WilsonWOMANS
WOMANS COMPLAINT COMPLAINTCAUSED COMPLAINTCAUSED COMPLAINTCAUSED
CAUSED HIS ARREST ARRESTAttempt ARRESTAttempt
1 1Attempt
Attempt to End Life In Cell Fol Followed FollowedOld FollowedOld ¬
lowed lowedOld Old Case CaseRecalled C CaseRecalled e eRecaUed
RecalledPersonal Recalled RecalledPersonal RecaUedPeraonal
Personal orders from from the District Dt trlct At Attorney Attome Attorney ¬
torney tome Clarence Clar nce R R Wilson Ibloon this morn meming I mornfag orn ornlag
lag brought release to Maurice ILurlce J Clng Clngetc ClIiCotto CsgOtt
etc otto scion of an old Maryland family familyand familyand t
and but yesterday ye a wouldbe suicide s lcide inthe in inthe Inthe
the cell room of the Seventh precinct precinctHe precinctHe i ilie
He was arrested arre > ted yesterday Ic terday afternoon afternoonon
on the complaint of Miss hts Bertha Mays Mausof Ma Maor Maysof
of 18M Thirteenth street Sh ShQ declared declaredhe declaredbe declaredhe
he threatened her Sergeant Brown of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Thrd precinct passing p8 heard some someof someof someof
of the alleged threats HQ He H took Clagett Clagettto
to the Seventh precinct The man later laterendeavored latercoooaorod laterendeaiorod
endeavored to hang himself tlllUiol to the bars barsof barsor barsof
of his cell with his necktie necktieThe necktieThe necktieThe
The failure of certain of the police policeauthorities policeauthorities policeauthorities
authorities to call the attention of Major MajorSylvester MajorSrhlStcr MajorSylvester
Sylvester Chief of Police to the affair affairtoday altalrtoday affairtoday
today brought an order from the th head headof heador headof
of the department for a general report reporton
on the circumstances of the case caseClagett caseClagett caseClagett
Clagett left the city this th morning morningafter morningatteT morningafter
after his release re ease from the First precinct precinctwhere preelnetwhero precinctwhere
where ho was transferred tran rorrea after his at attempt attempt attempt ¬
tempt at eelfdestruction eel ttle tructlon The case casegainst cuea caseagainst
against a him will v1 in all likelihood be nolle nollepressed nollepnHijti4Ml nonepressed
pressed pnHijti4MlIn
In Trouble Before BeforeIn BeforeI BeforeIn
I
In the light lI ht of another bit of trouble troublein
in which Clagett became involved about abouta
a year Or ago when he cam tame a from his htehcma hihomo hishome
homo in Maryland went ent the police say sayto sayto 1 1to
to the Maus taus home Jtl JDe and tired his h re revolver revoler revolver ¬
volver caused much comment today todaywhen todQwhen todaywhen
when It became known that the man had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been released releuedIn releasedIn i iIn
In speaking of the matter today Mr MrWilson MrWilson MrWilson
Wilson the District Attorney Attome said saidMr aidMr saidMr
Mr Claggrett ClaJ ett was was released upon my myrecommendation JII JIIr myrecommendation
r recommendation ommfndaUo > n under the statute statutewhich statutewhlrh awte awtewhkoh
which empowers a district attorney to toenter tonter toenter
enter a nolle prosequi in any case which whichmay whichma whichmay
may ma to him appear 1L a proper case to be bedropped bedrooped bedropped
dropped droppedThis droopeduThIto droppedThis
uThIto This action was taken by mo personally person personally persORaUy ¬
ally only because the thJiPH8l appeal was made madeto Jft4iet muleto
to t me tQ184tnalb er naly at lay > ny y heme instead insteadof IJNit Insteadof 8AI 8AIef
of feeing ttel J made to one on of Jay asskttaittE assIMaatzally asskttaittEany tRtJrJIY
any one efWMRL ef wheat could 1d have susfasoMn susfasoMnthe aeiIedlnthe an t 14n 14nthe
the matter as well ell as I IIt II IhIt IIt
hIt It w was s done because I believed bt lieved it itwould itwould itwould
I would be to the best interests of C thatportion that thatportion Uaat1Ortion
portion of the public concerned in thecase the theease theease
ease and because becal I was assured ired thatthe that thatthe thattht
the people concerned neerned did not care to topress toprt topress
prt press M the case ca and would rather have haveMr haveIr haveMr
Mr Ir Clagett outside of the city than in inthe inthe inthe
the city uiidr un > dw r bond bondAfter bondAfteT bondAfter
After I talked to Clagett last night nl ht I Irecommended Irecommended Irecommended
recommended that he be held over night nightand nightand nightand
and released this morning to go back to tohis tobiB tohis
his Maryland home homeSylvester homtSylvester homeSylvester
Sylvester Wants Report I
While lhUe Chief c Police Sylvester is not notin notin notin
in any way 1 questioning the authority of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the the District Dl trict Attorney to act in this case casehe ehe casehe
he is asking a kiftl hs subordinates why he hewas heW8M hewas
was not notified of the circumstances circumstancesClagett clreum circumstancesClagett tance tanceCltLgett
Clagett Is well known in Linden Mont Montgomery Yontgorner Montgomery ¬
gomery county Md d He Is forty years yearsold yearsold yearsold
old and is a clerk in the office ol ee of o the thecollector theeolleetor thecollector
collector of taxes at Annapolis For Formany FormallY Formany
many years he was prominently identi identified Identlfted identified ¬
fied with the politics of that district districtHe di districtHe trlct trlctHe
He has been a friend of O the Maus fam family tamlIy family ¬
ily for years He calla on them when whenhe whenhe whenhe
he te in the city and it was during one oneof oneor oneof
of these visits lai l about a year ago that thatthe thatth thatthe
the th revolverfiring episode occurred occurredwhich occurredwhich urred urred1hleh
which resulted in all action against him himbeing himbeing himbeing
being dropped droppedYesterdays droppedYesterdays droppedYeeterdays
Yesterdays incident came about aboutwhile aboutwhile aboutwhile
while Clagett and Miss Maim Iaus who is a astenographer astenographer astenographer
stenographer were talking before her hergate hortc hergate
gate tc at 1890 Thirtieth street George Georgetown Georgeton Georgetown ¬
town During Durln the conversation convers Uon which whichfollowed whichfollowed whichfollowed
followed Mr Ir Clagett wag charged with withmaking withmaking withmaking
making remarks which Miss iss Maus Mausconsidered Mausconsidered Mansconsidered
considered threatening As the con conversation conversUon conversation ¬
versation progressed passersby wore woreattracted wercattracted wereattracted
attracted and a crowd gathered gatheredAmong gatheredAmong athered atheredmo
Among mo those those who witnessed witne sed the inci incident InclI Incident ¬
I dent was as Sergeant Brown of the Third Thirdprecinct Thirdprecinct Thirdprecinct
precinct who on the complaint of Miss MissMaus MIssI MissMaus
Maus placed Clagett under arrest and andtook andtook andtook
I took him to the Seventh precinct precinctwhere precinctwhere precinctwhere
where he was formally charged with withthreats withthreats
I threats threatsShortly threatsShortly threatsShortly
Shortly after 5 oclock Policeman PolicemanLeer PolleemanI PolicemanLeer
I Leer going to the cell room found foundCiagett foundClagett foundClagett
Clagett semiconscious He had hadknotted hadkuottoo hadknotted
knotted his hi tie about the bars of his hiscell hi hiI hiscell
I cell and attempted selfstrangula selfstrangulation ¬
tion tionThe tionThe
I The man was as hurried hur 1ed to Georgetown GeorgetownUniversity Georgeto11I GeorgetownUniversity
University Hospital where he was re revived reI revived ¬
I vived and returned to the precinct precinctIn
I In order to better guard him agatnst agatnsthimself agatnsthlmselt againsthimself
himself Captain Schneider then transferred trans transferred transterred ¬
ferred Clagett Cl gett to the First precinct precinctwhere precinctwhere precinctwhere
where there is an extra doorman on onduty onduty onduty
duty to watch just such cases casesTAFT casesTAFT casesTAFT
TAFT CLOSES DESK DESKFOR DESKFOR DESKFOR
FOR FOUR DAYS GOLF GOLFPresident GOLFPresident GOLFPresident
President Vill Receive No More MoreCallers 1 MoreCallers rc rcCallers
Callers After Today TodayAt TodayAt TodayAt
At Beverly BeverlyBEVERLY BeverlyBEVERLY BeverlyBEVERLY
BEVERLY Mass Iass Oct i7 1 1IPreshlent 1IPreshlentTart President PresidentTaft PresidentTaft
Taft today shut up his desk and an announced anDonced announced ¬
nounced his determination to spend spendthe spendthe spendthe
the next four days of his stay etA at the thesummer thesummer thesummer
summer summer capital in play playAfter playArter playAfter
After today no callers will be re received received ¬
ceived celv d at a t the Taft cottage and the theclerks theclerks
clerks at the Executive offices will willreturn willreturn willreturn
return to Washington WashingtonFrom l ashlngtonI ashingtonFrom
From now until Monday afternoon afternoonwhen aternoonhen afternoonwhen
when hen the Chief Executive leaves for forNew torle forNew
I New le York he will devote himself to togaff togoof togorf
gaff and motoring His injured foot footwas footwas footwas
was so improved today that the Presi President President President ¬
dent played at Myopia the first time timefor timetor timefor
for several days daysCHARGING da1oSI daysCHARGING
CHARGING BEATING BEATINGSHE BEATINGSHE BEATINGSHE
I
SHE SEEKS 10000 10000A
A A suit for 16090 1 t90 damage < etC was wasbrought WUbrioogbt wasbrought
I
brought In tho Supreme Court of the theDistrict the1t1trlot the17tstrlot
District today by Ada X Mionix Mionixagainst Minnixagainst HnnixapJnet
against J Frank Scott for an allo aJlf alloagud alloagudboating > d dbotJIIS d dboating
boating on September 38 6 MR MRIt liltIt 1911It
It is alleged aUesedl1l in the petition that Scott Scottbeat Seottbeat Scottbeat
beat the woman without any an provooa provooailejfc prOVQCliIeJL provocatisn
ilejfc James B Archer and John LSmith LSmith L LSmith
Smith represented r r cnted the lainti ltlinWI
I Some of the Applicants Appl cants for th the Hand of M Miss ss Eugen Eugenie e Adams and the Purse of 200 200LEANDER 2001 2001LEANDER I ILEANDER
LEANDER MINGOE WILLIAM OBNEMUS
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J H 1L WELLINGTON SAMPLES OF LETTERS POURING INTO TIMES OFFICE G H He HOLROYD JOSEPH WIRZ
BLAMING A WOMAN WOMANHE WO MAN MANHE
HE KILLS HIMSELF HIMSELFYouth
Youth Writes Note Bitterly BitterlyArraigning Bitterlyrraigning BitterlyArraigning
Arraigning rraigning U May Then ThenTakes ThenTakes ThenTakes
Takes Gas GasAt GasAt GasAt
At the deer of an unknown woman womanHarry w wBrry wsiteariliarfy
Harry W WaXker 1tg eC t ttwent Ttenntaa Il + nisi agedtwe aged agedtwenty
twenty twent twe ntyt three laid I J8N the tile rro reeponatfcllUy reeponatfcllUylight poashniltty poashnilttypf IUty
pf 11 pia 1tU1cMe vs eiWi waif < t t0 t0light
light today to l7 by the discovery dl of Ms Msbody billbody hisbody
body bodyHe bodyHe bodyHe
He was found dead in a rooming roominghouse roomlaghOttlie roominghouse tt01
house at 47C Pennsylvania P avenue avenueHe aeaueHe avenueHe
He had turned on the th gas gasThe PLThe gasThe
The final words of his life were werebitter A Abitter xbitter
bitter arraignment of the woman he hesays hesays
says he caused his undoing and an anadmonition aaa4mG asadmonition I
admonition a4mG Ulon to all others tired of life lifeto Itteto lifeto
to follow the death route which h hchose be becho hechose
chose cho t The not nolfi left by him said saidThat aielThat saidThat
That d woman has ruined ruinedme rulaedme ruinedme
me and when a man gets so o that thathe thathe hathe
he 1 Is not not any good JJ to himself or to toanybody toaRybmy toanyboy
anybody else he ne had better do thesaa the thesa the88JI
sa 88JI > r + a < us I have done 410 It is all for foryou toryou foryou
you Way Maytiallc WayWalfcr ay ayaUr
Walfcr tiallc aUr r registered r encI at the rooming roominghouse roomtDthootle roominghouse
house about L ut midnight Fumes of gas gascoming I Ieombg ieomng
coming from the room he occupied occupiedattracted occupl occupiedattracted I
attracted the attention of other room roomers roomonr roomers ¬
ers this th l morning about 11 oclock oclockPoliceman ocloclcPoIloceman oclockPoliceman
Policeman John Hood of then the Sixth precinct pre precinct precinct ¬
cinct was summoned um o He forced the thedoor thedoor thedoor
door and found Walker alker lying across acrossthe erOMthe uxoesthe
the bed Gas flowed from an open Jet JetSuch jet jetSuch jetSuch
Such of Walkers trou troole tronl > es as are areknown arekno1n areknown
known to the police began July 5 last lastwhen Jutwhen lastwhen
when he was arrested by the police of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Ninth lnth precinct following tol1owtn the burn burning Durnof burnkig ¬
ing of a row of dwellings in Benningenear Benntngs Benntngsnear Bennln Bennlnnear
near his borne Walker alker was wa indicted indictedand Indictedand indictedand
and pleaded not guilty when arraigned arraignedlast arraignedJut arraignedlast
last week weekDirector weekHIGH weekHIGH
HIGH SCHOOL CADET CADETFFlCERS CADETFFICERSCH
FFlCERS FFICERSCH CHOSEN CHOSENDirector OSEN OSEND1rector
Director Hughes AnnouncesList Announces AnnouncesList Announ s sList
List of orThose Those to Direct DirectCompanies DirectCompanies DirectCompanies
Companies CompaniesPercy
Percy P6IC M Hughes nhesDireclor Director of High HighSchools HhhooJ HighSchools
Schools hooJ of the District title afternoon afternoonupon afternoonupon afternoonupon
upon recommendation from Military mlary In Instructor Instructor Inatructor ¬
structor Ross announced the names of ofstulonts orstuients ofstudents
students chosen captains first ftr t lieuten lieutenants Ueutenants lieutenants ¬
ants and second lieutenants of the thecompanies thecompanies thecompanies
companies at the five ftv white schools schoolsThe schoolsThe i
The appointments follow followFirst foUowFirat followFirst
First battalion Central High School SchoolCaptains SeIooICaptalnsW1lham SchoolCaptains9lliam
Captains CaptalnsW1lham William Collins Lawrence LawrenceLeonard LawrencLeonard LawrenceLeonard
Leonard Paul Kutzki KutzkiFirst KutakiFist i iFIrat
First lieutenants lltUtenantsRo1aDd Roland Beach Ma Macruder Magruder a acrutler
cruder Macdonald Norman Miller MillerSecond
Second lieutenants Charles Deahl DeahlMax Deahl1lax DeahMax 1 II IISecoJld
Max Dow McKinney Porter Taylor TaylorBattalion TaylorBattalion
Battalion adjutant adjutantWmhm Wltliwa Searferht SearferhtBattalion SearJbtBattalion SearightBattalion I
Battalion quartermaster quartermasterJune James Ly LyziWaJi Lyman
man ziWaJiSecond manSecond
S Second nd Battalion Eastern Hlng School SehooLCspt SchoolCapton
Cspt Capton CVw tFred Fred R Sandenxnl SandenxnlFlrat Sand SandFir SandenodFirst I
Fir > lieutenant i1eutenants Stertutg Wilsoft WilsoftSecthd WilsoltSect
Secthd See hd lieutenant lIeut lieutenantItymond ltantI Raymond C Simp Simpson Simpson Simpson ¬ I
I Istern
son sonWestern Western stern High School SchoolCaptain SchoolCaptainbda1n I
CaptalnEdn Captain Edwin Alexander oBthel oBthelFirst oBthelFirst
First lieutenant lleuteRantHarr Harry Cullom Bla Blaton Blah Blahton Blanton I
ton tonSecond tonS Second S < ond lieutenant HeutenantHarold Harold Bontz BoltzBnsines BontzBnsines I
Bnsines High School SchoolCaptains ScbooICaptaJn SchoolCaptalnaJ
CaptalnaJ Captains J H oGrdon F C C KnightFirst Knight KnightFirst KnifRtFirst
First UeutenanwJ lieulenante J H MoHneau RNash R RNaah R RNub
Nub NaahSecond NubSecon1 NashSecond
Second lieutenant IIeJtenanUlJ J J C C Eckert G RFrank R RFrank R RFrank
Frank FrankThird FrankThird FrankThird
Third Battalion McKinley MeKJn Manual ManualTraining 1fanualTn ManualTraining
Training TrainingCaptaTnsW Tn nl nlCaptalns1V
CaptaTnsW V Wilson o A A SI King KiriffG KingG
G I D Grosner A G BtaeettFirst Bteeett Bt88ettI BteeettFirst
First I r8t lieutenantsE lieutenants Jieutena taE E I Disney D V VMahoney VtaJIoney VMahoney
Mahoney G L J Craft II H Porter PorterSecond PorterSecond PorterSecond
Second lieutenants Ueutenantllft lieutenantsF I D Thomas Thomunchenr W WBattalion WMkhenr
nchenr E 1 Hunt tR U Keel Keelatl4Uon Keefer KeeferBattalion
Battalion adjutant adjutantEo E G Seller SeilerTITCOMB SellerTITCOMB Sei1erTITCOMB
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DARING AVIATORS FLIT FLITTHROUGH FLITTHROUGH FLITTHROUGH
THROUGH SKIES TODAY TODAYNoted TODAYNoted TODAYNoted
Noted Amateurs of Country At College Park Meet Begin BeginSeries Begint BeginSeries BeginSeries
Series o Oi Flights FlightsSmith Smith Expected to Gaper GaperThrough GaperThrough Gaper GaperThrough t
Through Air In HighPower Biplane
John JJ J Frtahie one on of the best known knownand knownand
and most Marine aviators in the coun country CIIIIIAJIMIt coaai2y ¬
try wfee wfi lra wa Just commoted eeMJIII a series et etflfghU t thts
flfghU hts 18 at Hampstaad 1 Plata PI N Y Yi was wasd wasdoe
d doe te arrive uri at Oehsg Cefl B Park ack tMs t aatca aatcaIshi m a ainju
Ishi inju wh whae r 4 4f 4He ten t a day most rlaeI to toheld isbdL
held t rHe tHe
He expected to bring his biplane and it ifthe itUte Itthe
the wind wi permits te he 11 will make ke a athis flight flightthis flightthis
this afternoon about i oclock oclockRexford ocIoekRexford oclockRexford
Rexford X Smith i is doe with his M Mborsepower fIoJ fIoJboneoOwer 14horsepower
horsepower biplane and according < to of offtetato offtetaI8 ofiedis
ftetato of the Aero Scientinc Club of ofWashing ofWrtoca ofWashington
Washington Washing on Smith will show spectators spectatorssomething spectatorssomething ton tonlMtb
something lMtb new in the way way of fancy and andspeedy andteed andspeedy
speedy teed sailing IIIDb as his 18 machine mac bias is capable capableof ca
of making mak ftC seventy J miles an hour driven drivenby ddY ddYby drivenby
by an Emerson engine engineOthers eagtaeOtben engineOthers I
Others who are coming today and andwhose and1ho andwhose
whose e arrival to expected to furnish furnishsome furnishsome
some good sport are W B Rockwell Rockwellwith RockwellIth Rockwellwith
with Ith a biplane glider and Bverard Bftr H HBoeckh HBoeckh IL ILBoeckh
Boeckh with a twoman biplane glider gliderOne gilderOne
One of the features of todays meet meetwill meetwill meetwill
will be the balloon ascension of Johnny JohnnyMack Johnn1lack JohnnyMack
Mack etaii elalatecl ed to be the chats champion ion bal ba1lonlst balloonist b 11 ¬
loonist of the world Mack arrived late lateyesterday lateye lateyesterday
yesterday ye terda1 with 5th the great gasbag the thelargest thelarJe thelargest
largest t hotair balloon in the ti world worldOwing woddOwing worldOwing
Owing to the high hi < h frosty n ty wind yes
HITCHCOCK NA NAMES NAMESECONOMY ES ESECONOMY
ECONOMY BOARD BOARDJ BOARDPostoffice
J 1Postoffice
J Joperate
Postoffice Officials to Co Cooperate Cooperate ¬
operate With Business BusinessExpert BusinessExpert BusinessExpert
Expert Expert Chosen ChosenPostmaster Chosenp ChosenPostmaster I
Postmaster p tlft ter General Hitchcock today todayappointed to todayappointed ayappointed
appointed a committee representing the tbePostoStee thePo8totltee thePostofilee
PostoStee Department De rtBlent to cooperate cooperatewith ooopecaleYollh cooperatewith
with Dr Frederick A A Cleveland of ofNew
i New Yerk who was appointed by Proof President Proofdent ¬
dent d nt Taft to devise some plan by b which whichth trhichthe
I th the business b ness of the executive depart departments department departmerits ¬
merits could bo conducted contiuotMl cond td with greaterefficiency greater greaterefficiency
efficiency and and economy economyThe economy economyThe mY
The postofttee posto postofi ICe a committee consists i8ts ofTheodore of ofTheodore
Theodore L I L Weed chief clerk Robert RobertS
S So Sharp chief postoffice post ffice inspector inspectorGeorge
I George G Thompson p otl superintendent ofthe of ofthe
i the division dlvl ion of supplies suppliesJach supplleeJaeh suppliesIiach
Jach of or the obr o lt r executive depart dcpartments departments
ments have appointed similar commit committees committees ¬
tees who arc to meet from time to time timewKh timewith
with Dr Cleveland CI ekatt Aside from Presi Presidents Prebidents Prehidents ¬
dents Tafts t8 natural desire to have his hisAdministration hisAdministration
Administration ru as economically as aspoeslUe aspossible
possible P Dr Cleveland CI end and his It as associates a associates ¬
sociates are determined to find out outwhether outhether outwhether
whether hether Senator Aldrich knew what whatha whathe hat hathe
he was talking about when he assertedthat asserted assertedthat assertedthat
that if lie I were running the Govern Government Government ¬
ment as he would run his private bust bueijieee
jieee he would make an annual savingof saving savingof
of 800000009 800000009That 303000001That 000008
That statement made in the heat of ofdebate ofdebate
debate on the floor of the u Senate dur during durIng during ¬
ing the tariff session se8t lon has be come home hometo hoIateto hometo
to plague the Republican party It Itbeln fe febeing
being beln quoted in every Cw < ery Congressional Congressionaltage Consre Congreseteneidtstrct
d18t1 dtstrct ct fn the country to the disadvantage dleadvan dleadvantase
tage of the Republican candidates who whooare whoare whOare
are held up as parties t artiu to wild extrava extravagance ctravapnce oxtravasance ¬
gance ganceDr pnceDr sanceDr
Dr Cleveland whose headquarters headquartersi
i are at the White House has thus far farmade CarI farmade
made Wad only onl tentattve plans for the thework Uteork thework
work ork to be done by the various various de departmental dci depertmontaI ¬
I partmental i subcommittees The Themem Themembers nam nami n em emhers
i bers of all 11 of these co committees mitteos areotficiala are areofficials areoltlclla
officials and for that reason ea son can n de devote deI devane ¬
r sontheir theirn
vote ote only a small portion of their t time timein timeIn mtimein
in their search for economy For thic thicreason Utl UtlXeaMOn tklreason
I reason it t was stated today the full fullcommittee tuuc full fullcommittee
committee c mmittec headed by It Dr DrCleTelMd DrCleTelMdwill Clevelandwill Cleveland Clevelandwill
will not u t bo ready to make Its U tidal ftnmreport tidalreport nl nlreort
report to Proaldant Taft for fully uU twoor two twoor twoor
or throe years
1 terday 1 afternoon aft John itIniiM1 H lL Ssj Ssjlocal a a10eaJ alocal
local aviator made no altensnt te leave leaveHe IecwtIae hearsthe
the groned 111 w wI ill dace daceand
and apn plaue He waited waIta nntfl al almesi alifittst
I mesi ifittst dark bop1 hoping that wK wtCII i aaiust ft kweald ftwonld
weald he Ass eahn iMun eentdu tor tor 1 a grist lilt litIf Vlttif liltI
I if anything the wind blew stronger strongerftekl 8troaprI stroagmBe
He r inede several spins wD the graseyr graseyrheld j jAeId
I held to show the five or Mx mInd hnndredpersons hundredpersons I Ipenon
persons on the grandstand that his nut1 nut1chine ana anachine 1 1I
chine would ran and they grew enj enjthustascie ea enthu j jtlaUlllutle
I thustascie thu + llasde over OY the announcement aPftOaII ffllMllt thatif that thatOwing 1 1I
if the wind pftIDttted be would 0tIId fly tAt to today j
I day dayOwing I
Owing to the fact that the fe formal formalopening fflWlopen r 1 1opening
opening open yesterday 7 y was rather tame and andthere andI andthere
there was nothing in view that prom promised prosuised ¬ I
ised excitement dtemeat the oCeda18 of Cctals decided t tcharge to tof tocharge <
I charge f no admission and anded people swarm awarmed swarmed
=
ed in the sates by It tile hundreds b The Thecountry Thecountry I
country people especially showed much muchinterest muchinterESt muchinterest
interest in the dying machines Great Greatcrowds GreateTOW Greatcrowds
crowds eTOW are expected today todayTlie todayThe I ITbe
The field has been worked into fairly fainJSeod fairlygood fairlygeod
good shape but hs condition almost almostcaused Imo8teau almostcaused
caused ed a wreck for Smldley He glideddown glided glideddown glideddoWD
down the course at high speed and on onstriking OftatrDdB onstriking
striking atrDdB the plowed ground bounced bouncedseveral bouncedHVk1 bouncedseybral
several feet into the air but luckily l1tetd1yeaDeIl es each estbout
ch eaDeIl without tbout breaking anything anythingy ythIDg
SmIdIey y has worked night and day dayover daYoyer dayover I
I over his flyer perfecting it la every everyi eYecyCortinued everyContinued
i Continued OR Eleventh Page P e I
INSURANCE AGENT I IHELD
HELD UNDER BONDI BONDIJohn BOND BONDJohn f
John G Sims Charged ChargedWith ChargedVith ChargedWith
With Embezzlement EmbezzlementFrom EmbezzlementI EmbezzlementFrom EmbezzlementFrom
From Company CompanyArraigned CompanyI CompanyArraigned
I Arraigned 1MtI in the Pollee Court cHIrtt this thisnomit thissorntpg i6 i6MOnItJt
nomit sorntpg on a charge of embezzlement embezzlementof t tec
of ie 822 from the Life Insurance Company Companyof
of Virginia John G Statins the young youngman y yI youngman =
I I man who recently became insane in the theof t theoffice e i
office of flee of Dr William G Young and at attempted atI attempted ¬
I tempted to kill himself him elt waived examin examination ¬
I alien in the embezzlement embe lement case and was washeld wasI washeld
I held for the action of the grand jury ona on ona ORI
I a S 47113 3M bond bondSirams bondi
i Sirams entered Dr Youngs Yeu Ja office on ontbe onI
I the night of September M and requested requestedto
I to be treated As he was leaving evt he hesuddenly 1MI hesuddenly I
suddenly drew W a revolver and attempted attemptedto
I to spool sboot himself crying out that hewanted he hewanted heI
wanted to die He He was overpowered by bythe bYthe bythe
I the doctors ssstotMts and taken taken to the theWashington
I Washington ashiDttoft Asylum Hospital After Aftertreatment AtterI Aftertreatment
treatment tre tment at the hospital it was claimed claimedthat e1almedthat claimedthat
I that he was sane and he was released releasedonly ecl eclI
I only to be arrested on a charge c rge of tak taking takling takleg ¬
ling leg the money mone from the Life Insurance Insuranceof In unuac8 unuac8or
of Virginia VirzinlaIt
It Is stated by the authorities at the thelife the1I1e thelife
life insurance in urance companys office that the tbeshortages theshortages theshortages
shortages for r which they claim Sirnrns Sirnrnsis Slm SlmIs
is responsible may amount to more morelthan morethan morethan
than 3000 3000 but that they prefer to make makea
i a formal charge of only onlyVETERAN SS 3 3VETERAN ° j jVETERAN
1
I i VETERAN RUN DOWN DOWNAND DOWNAND DOWNAND
AND HURT BY CAR CARStruck CARStruck CARStruck
Struck While on Way to Work WorkIn WorkIn WorkIn
In the Pension PensionOffice PensionOffice PensionOffice
Office OfficeMajor OfficeMajor OfficeMajor
Major K E P Hatelead a Grand Army Armyveteran Armyveteran Armyveteran
veteran living Jivi at MM Q streot north northwest norlhwe northwest ¬
west t was run down by a Lincoln Park Parkcar Parkcar parkcar
car while e going to his work OrK t t the Pen Pension PenIKon Pension ¬
sion Ofn Office > e this mowing Yt t 3 sustained sustainedonly susW sustainedonly e eonly
only slight Injuries InjuriesHe InjuriesfIt InjuriesHe
He ham several Isxoratfcus iaccratic Ta on thehead the thehead tilebeY
head contusions CO tu iOR6 on his face and a asttght aalight
alight 811 lIt eftneweaion of the brain b ln He is isseventrseve IBf ist
f seventrseve years of age a The acci accidoat aceII
I doat occurred at Fifth and F streets streetsnorthwost atreelnortlkw streetsnorthwest
northwest nortlkw st shortly shert1 after 7 t oclock
CONFOUND THAT GAR GARYELLS CAR CARYELLSROOSEVELT
YELLS YELLSROOSEVELT ROOSEVELT ROOSEVELTNoisy
Noisy Trolley Interrupts InterruptsSpeech InterruptsSpeech
Speech and Brings ExPlolion Explo Explosion Explosion ¬
sion From Colonel CohwidBy ColonelBy
By JOHN JC > RN SHTIRE SHTIREtorial S 1 1IXlhtd
f IXlhtd 1iW YL1Infm lI I 1and Qc 1i6tll 1i6tlla
a ft ftafter t + epc ttttt etat lliiNatta lliiNattaafter
after the tsano oC an amlusated e 1 1I
I cyclone today trying to dIIaI tile 8es 8estoW 8eaa 8eaatoriaI
toW path for Senator Albert J Bev Beverldge Bevtridce Beveridge
erldge erldgelie tridceHe eridgeBe
lie arrived at indJanapoBa 1ad1a IMianapodpe early this thisafternoon thisatterDeoIt thisafternoon
afternoon having passed through Oov OovIngton 08vI Coviagton
I Ington CrawiordnviHe CJawfOld Linden Lafay LafayAt Latayte Lafayett
ett te CeUax Lebanon aDd ether palms pelataAt palmsAt
At At the various vatioi stops he made be spoke spokeout 8PObo spokeout
out te strong terms t of approval of the thework tbeWOI1c thewent
work done by Senator Beret Bh Beveridge Idge in inCongress iaC inCoegrets
Congress C and urged that he be Deta re retained ¬
tabled in the Senate SenateIt SehatIt
i It is no light tank that the colonel coloneland eoloDeland coloneland
and other friends of Senator Beveridce Beveridcehave BeftddaeI Beed
I have ha before 1td them Indiana te now avwcenter thecenter the treoeIIter
center of one of the hottest botteltSa eaMpu eaMpui campaign campaignW
Sa i Ute U1 OD The supporters of ofW John JohnW
W X Kern m the Ut Democratic candidate candidatefor ca cafor c sndldatefor
for the Senate are patting tc an the thesthTest tileftIt thestl
stl sthTest ftIt kind of a fight and are in high highhopes bIchhOJMa highhopes
hopes of winning winningSenator 1anI 1anII
Senator Beverfdge Beveridge accompanied apa apaState by byState byState
I State Chairman Lee Joined the colonel ootoneitoday IaDeItoda7 coloneltoday
today Senator Beveridge insists fee te tegoing issuing
going to be elected but his friends trMDdeJIdt ad admit adnit ¬
I nit the obstacles are = great peal pealI neat neatStepped
I Stepped Ia Daavife DfH1 IIe
On the way w to Indiana tbe colonel colonelpnaood eoIoaeip colonelpassed
passed through Danville Dsn tfe His the thehome tiMthome thedome
home of o Speaker Cannon A croW crowd of ofseveral dseveral i
several thousand people was gathered gatheredat
at the station The colonel C went out outand outand
and spoke to them themThe temThe themThe I
The crowd apparently wanted him to toshy toMY toshy
shy a few bricks at Uncle Joe Joe but butthe Dotthe i
the colonel refrained He was not unwilling wn wnwilling 1Iftw111i
willing w111i to debate with the Speaker bat batdid batdid batdid
did not want to strike at Mm in his abTh ab absence abDee ¬
sence senceTbe Dee DeeThe
Th The colonels train lay outside of Dan Danvitye I ivilie
vitye vt I1L lb for about halt an how in the theearly UIeArty theearly
early morning The report went around aroundthat aroaacIl aroundthat
that time was being killed hi order to toavoid toavoid I
avoid vetting entangled with Uncle celeJoe UncleJoe ache acheJoe 1
Joe but t this proved unfoundedThe unfounded unfoundedThe
The TIt colonel was introduced by the themayor the1D7Or themayor I i
mayor mayor Just as Colonel Roosevelt ROOIIeeltto lirtas lirtasto
to speak a street car belonging to the theMne theliHe i
Mne once owned by Speaker Cannon and andMs UMIhis andhis
his brother ran through h the crowd right rightin rightlit
in front of where Uwhere he was trying to tospeak tospeek tospeak
speak Gentlemen tIemea said the colonel colonelI
I caat speak against the hum of In Industry lit lit4ba InThe ¬
try tryCIOI dustryThe
The crowd yelled to the nu5torman metoamtrGet nu5tormanGet Jll tomlall tomlallGet
Get Get out t of the way < get et out of the theway tINtwar theway
way wayBat
Colonel Iadiput IadiputBut IadigaaatBut
But the motorman paM a no attenden attendenand attention attentionand atteMleftaM
and kept trying to Jasa the car throughthe through throughthe
the crowds of people peopleGet peopleGet peopleGet
Get it out of the way r cried Colonel CoioelRoosevelt ColonelRoosevelt
Roosevelt Confound it It theyve t e7flbwd no nobusiness asbusiness
business bwd ea to put it there Poe r only got a afew atsar
few minutes That realty to an Sat Sates autThe
es
The 118 ear r finally halted haI + and was quiet quietand quietand
and the colonel otee obeved ed d while thecrowd the thecrowd thecrowd
crowd yelled and apvMwided 1d Oentlemen Gentle Gentlemen ¬
men even in Danville you have ve some somepeople 80IIIepeople samepeople
people who havent got any anyStrong y yI eem eemStrong
I
Strong For Beveri4f Beveri4fCO1NGTON BeYeriiteCOYINGTON BeveridgeCOVH
CO1NGTON COVH GTON > Ind Oct I1At IX At Cov Covington eolnstoR Covington
ington a thousand people were werebled sssenji assembled sssenjibted
bled at Covlngton C and a revolutionary revolutionarycannon reT reTCBDOII revelrycannon
cannon boomed a welcome w 1eeIBe as the train trainrotted trainrolled
rotted r to toFormer bL htFormer
bLFormer
Former Vice President Pr Fairbanks eakavarioq and andvarious andvarioga
various Indiana pottU lags iaa joined th thparty tM tMtrty theparty
party Colonel Roosevelts Rome vett volts indorsement indorsementof
of Senator Beveridge could not wellhave well wedhave wellhave
have been stronger or more swooping swoopingTelllnc BW BWTelltftr sweepingTelling
Telllnc the Hoosiers that it was now JIOW1IIht a aI atight
I fight to free all the people from the therule tIiIerule therule
rule of the corrupt time serving aDd aarfcreaked aDdcrcoked andcrcoked
crcoked Botttkiane he said saidYou aWYou saidYou
You can embody your cause ca now nowin DO DOm nowi
i in Senator Albert Beveridge He Hebodies HebodIe sin sinbodies
bodies our struggle 8t for popular popularernment popularernment pv pvernment
ernment and honesty hoM ty in public publicand ItIe ItIeand we weand
and dont forget that it Indiana ID de defeats de deeats defeats ¬
feats Beveridge Beve you cant explain tothe to tothe totile
the rest of the AmerM Americans ns people ptpt his hisdefeat hisdefeat hisdefeat
defeat en any other et ther grounds than thatIndiana that thatIndiana thatI
Indiana I declines to keep k in office cffl the thepublic tttetijj thepslake
public servant who declines to ally allyhbneelf allYitb allyhimself
tijj tijjaervant himself with itb corrupt interestsAt interests interestsAt inte I IAt
At CrtwfordsvHle the traia atfifteen stoppoi stoppoififteen lit litfttteen
fifteen mtutes mtnut tnd the col eoIIIeeI nei leftear left leftear MB MBear
ear d and spoke to the th crow crowd in inbaM 18park bbad
baM park H tier < > r agaw agWdOISM he wars wattlW In rdersed ¬
dOISM nv Beveridge fk
11 HILL I WILL IOI8U IOI8UWouldBe WED ED YOU YOUFOR YOUFOR
FOR 200 j jOFSCORESOF IS C COF CRY
OF OFSCORESOF SCORES OF MEN MENXfouldBe MENWouldBe
WouldBe Husbands Rush Rushto
to Accept German GermanGMs GermanGjrls GermanGirls
Girls Offer OfferBACHELORS OfferBACHELRS OfferBACHELORS
BACHELORS PHONE PHONEWRITE PHONEVRITE PHONEWRITE
WRITE AND CALL CALLMiss CALLi CALLMiss
i Miss Eugene ie Adams A Ibis Must MustMany Mustt MustMarry
t Many to Get Infcerkasce InDerita I > ce Preves PrevesGreat FrerresGroat Pr IPCS IPCSGroat
Groat Attrsctfea AUractiaWttb AttrsctfeaWtth Attract
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Wtth Ms hl auburn bur platessi Tel dc eI eI1IfOII > S Supon
upon his redasaing loT IW ttspiaq aeew a ew hapalled ha hapaIW
palled met ODe of ak eye Me eiathes eiathesof eIMh eIMhof dstheof
of the Sondeybert SaDI belt type fresn from thimprint th thimprint lh1m
imprint 1m of o a ahta pressing bun and wit wlUhfa withis
his creaking i ihose oe tIIIatA with JllllPI JllllPIhoMo pwplhose
hose hoMo seating a nervous tattoo a young youngman yeuuman J Jman
man of diffident mien stood at ththreshold th ththreshold t h hthre
threshold bol6ic of The Times editorial room tienomand roomand m mDd
and beckoned bed Ded to an office ofAoeYou boy boyYou boyYou
You want to see some same one oser r aske asketbe eskethe ke kethe
the lad ad who was wasaddkted addicted to the teollial flwliahquestion ieob teollialquestloa > h hquestion
question habit IaaWtTile habitThe habttThe
The man on the threshold dill r T1 art gtearosheepishly arth glaorshexplthly
sheepishly h ly about the room and saidI said saidAdams
1 Ja esEims for that dm Sages EacenAdama SagesAdams
Adams Adama the German girl who advUses adv advtises j jI
Uses that she is willing t te pay son soigood songood fl flODd
good man ft1 a to ntarry MaII7AppIieaJIt uBry hex hearApphe
AppIieaJIt Apphe at No1 No 1 for the head ef di i
Adams had arrived Hardly hod i ibegun i iphone i ibepD
I
begun bill bashful tale before the tt tel telphone 1 1I
I phone bells in The Time rseO name begs fcejwito kJato begsto
to ring i i uKusenaeis a tell M wu1 wu1letter wt wtletter 1 1letter
letter proposals and a string of otht othtnifeUas othtwUe1e8s ottwifeless
wifeless outs began their ptfl pufcrJsaagt pufcrJsaagtto irlagr irlagrto IJ IJI
to The Tones ha answer te t lUos Marti Aimnvunique Martiadvertisement rm rmUI
I unique advertisementWen advertisement adverthwsnentWoa a4hen 11 eat eatI
I Wen w By Piths PieteneI
I just bought t a copy of The ltee lteesaM Timesaid >
II saM apoUJeant t No L An soon as 1 isaw 1eaw 1saw
saw Miss Adams picture on the froi frorpage froipage troCe
page Ce and her offer o er to nay any mar marto JDa marisle r rlei
lei to marry her I say an to myself myselfThats ntyaeifThats I t tTbat
Thats Tbat me JDeI mel
I l been tIataba of ttIq cattle rrl4d rrl4dwttMut trharrielwithout
without auk boner ua > If I caa met t ini te tsame
same e nice ni German girl who has ha aet apt t t tmarry tmarry tmarry <
marry to get her fortune vtmthe and Z I can canget ea carget I
I get et S2M U 241 for hel helAppM MIDiII < oat a poor weII1 woma1s I
Ita 1s distress I tWaltlt its t me meiftEtdrere
tB LQ J u udMJIoer
iftEtdrere iftEtdrereeat dMJIoer dMJIoerApplteaat
AppM AppMprobabt Applteaat eat X was toM thatbly that thattion i
probabt probiLbIy bly weeb have 1ft to stand taspec c ct
t t ties along < with a few fewJust core rival riY1at
Just at thfe tll moment momentMiss plloant No
I w was entering the bulNlll < a copy copyI n t tMtea
I Miss 8 Adams advertisement ad 8MleRt In hi hihand h i iI
handI hand
I I
I Stream of AlI A Asphtunta AsphtuntaThey aj mats matsThey m
They have e continued ceatla to ce conn sin sinoclock ainI sini
t
I oclock cleek yesterday erday when The rel1m rel1mcoti1llC Tint Tfancontaining Tintcratattdag
containing Miss 1ft Adams advnrtte advnrttesent tdvrtist U Ut
t mgt sent t appeared on th tINt erect Son Sonof So
lor i of theta came nnsshessea n nI ready t thave shave
have tae knot tied without a moment momentdelay miintntdelay n t c cela7
I delay Others faltered falteredaad and seutrtm seutrtmand n urme urmeand
and ablest aI backed down when it t eai eaito cam eamto camto
to furnishing furatbIJI < real names and anddreseta a aI ad adI
I dresses Every one glanced paaeed11D dteaara dteaaraintely digarabigly
11D bigly ly at his Ia nearest rival rivalt rtratWhen rhat1lnteD
t When Miss K Adams cause over f fro ItoGermany ro u uGermany IIGermany
Germany in search of an A AmerVa AmerVai > sert a aihusband 1 1i
husband i II just because an eocentn sooentruncle eocentni cceIJtTI1IDCIe
+ i uncle left her a fortune which cannot cannotbe cannrtbe < t teJaImed
be claimed unless she JIIaII1es marries s sbrooKht sP sPbrought it itItroactIt >
brought nV do > clerical force with her 1 It ItwouW 1 1would twould
would be manifestly hnpossfbJe tech techI today todayfor todafor
I for Miss Adams to answer oethii paathiriof oethiiof thid thidof
of the letters telegrams and tetepho niephomessages telephorra
messages received from aaxIoaa al 1
chivalrous Washington men who awilling i iwflltac a awIWDc
willing to aW U her herThe borenIe herThe
The willing ones are of all allages sis a1ZaJtd sisages <
ages and conditions ranfifani r aU U ti tiway t i iwar iway
way from seasoned widowers to to10nt low lowlorn hornloin
loin youths who have never votedWaata voted votedWaats votedWaats
Waats the tlteTbe Mboey M3neyThe MboeyTbe
Tbe Ant suitor to arrive today todo7G a aGeorge is isGeors
George G G Holroyd Hok oyd of Hyattertlle H Hemploed MO MOemployed Muemployed
employed in the Hyattsvme gas worksHohoyd works worksHolroyd workBolro7d
Holroyd who is a blonde of thlrtytwyearn thlrtytw thlrtytwyears thIrtytwyears
years said he w was wfllhis wi1l t Ie agree t tany tAD t tany >
any AD reasonable terms t Mhv life Williams Winiarnmight Wl lamimIPt Williamsnight
might make so Ions as be got the S j jand Jand iand
and was left to shin for hfaaseif aftt afttthe afttthe aft t
the thei ceremony ceremonym eeeemon
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