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Reports eports of Candidacy for Re Reelection ReI Reelection ¬
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election e I echon As D A R RHead RHead RHead
Head Refuted RefutedLEAVES RefutedLEAVES RefutedLEAVES
President General Asserts Herself HerselfToo HerselfTo HerselfToo
Too To Busy for Politics PoliticsJ and andAbove andAbove andAbove
Above Political Methods MethodsDenying 11ethodsDenying MethodsDenying
Denying emphatically all reports reportsto reportsto reportsto
to tho effect that she has announced announcedher announoedher announcedher
her candidacy for reelection as aspresident aspresident aspresident
president of the theDaugiters Daughters of the theAmerican theAmerican theAmerican
American Revolution and declaring declaringthat doclarlngthat declaringthat
that she lie Is not In inpol1t1cs politics Mrs Mat Matthew Matthew Matthew ¬
thew T Scott president general of ofthe orthe ofthe
the organization today toda stated that thatihe that1he thatiho
ihe would w uld do no campaigning in her herown herOwn herOwn
own behalf behalfAs bohaltAs behalfAs
As to whether or not the Daugh Daughters Daughtors Daughters ¬
ters of the Revolution will want mo motor motor mefor
tor their president general next nextspring nextspring nextspring
spring when our election takes takesplace takesplace takesplaco
place said Mrs Scott I do not notknow notknow notknow
know knowNor knowuNor knowNor
uNor Nor is It true that I have announc announced announccc1 announced ¬
ed myself m solf a candidate for reelection reelectionI
I am am seeking nothing whatever If Ifthe Ittho Ifthe
the Daughters decide that they have havea
a a better woman oman for the office and andthat andthat andthat
that the Interests of the society societywould 80cletywould societywould
would benefit by her administration administrationI
I for one should be glad to see her herelected herelected herelected
elected electedThat electedThat electedThat
That is all 1 I can say s y at present 1 1am I 1am Iam
am too busy with the executive work workmy workmy workI
I my office entails to be running over the thecountry thecountry thecountry
country in an effort to get et votes nor norwould norwould norwould
would I stoop to these the e methods if I had hadtho hadthe hadthe
the leisure leisureMrs leisureMrs leisureMrs
Mrs Scott declined to discuss the can candidacy candldac candidacy ¬
didacy dldac of Mrs William Gumming GummingStorey CummlnStoro CummingStorcy
Storey Storo of Now York whom she de defeated defeated dobated ¬
feated by a a small margin at th the last lastelection lastelection lastelection
election and who is already campaign campaignIng campaigning campaigning
Ing vigorously lgorou81 for the th office of presi president president presLdent ¬
dent general at the forthcoming elec election el elon eleclion ¬
lion on next spring springThe 1IpnngThe springThe
The Storey faction is sending ndlnb out cam campaign campaign campaign ¬
paign literature to every chapter of the theorganization theorganization theorgantsatlon
organization in the United States and andis andIs
is building up an organization o nlzatlon whereby wherebyIt whereb whereb1t
1t hopes to defeat Mrs Scott or the can candidate candidate candidate ¬
didate chosen by her skle next spring springMrs springMrs springlths
Mrs Donald McLean former presi president presllent presilent ¬
lent general J > eneral and recognized as 8 one of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the ablest women In theo theorganlzation theorganlzationins > rganlzatIon rganlzatIonjas anlzaUon
ins 1 S declared her intention of defeating defeatingMrs defeatingAIrs defeatingMrs
Mrs Storey here In Washington uiw uiwspring tniespring tn18sprIng
spring It is understood that Mrs Mc McLean McLean McLean ¬
Lean Is urging Mrs Scott to stand for forreelection forreelection forreelection
reelection and will be her campaign campaignmanager campaignmanaler campaignmanager
manager Mrs Irs Scott refused to con confirm confirm confirm ¬
firm this statement today todayMrs tada tadaIrs todayMrs
Mrs Irs Storey has many man followers In the theorganization theorganization theorganization
organization and an with opposite factions factionsheaded factlomheaded factionsbeaded
headed by herself and Mrs Irs Scott it is islikely Islikely Islikely
likely that the election of next spring springwill springwill
will Ill be the most sensational in the an annals annals annais ¬
nals of the t organization organizationFulfills organizationFLEES organizationFLEES
Fulfills Promise to Boys Dy Dying Dylng Dying ¬
ing Mother When Father FatherDemands FatherDemands FatherDemands
Demands Him HimNEW HimNEV HimNEW
NEW YORK Oct 18 18And And promise promiseme promiseme promisevie
me slater that when whenwhen when I am gone goneyou goneYou gone70U
you will always keep my boy bO Dont Dontever Dontever Dontever
ever lot his father take him away awayThese away awayThese aayThese
These were the dying din words of Mrs MrsGeorge MrsGeorge MrsGeorge
George Bloodsworth BloodwortlJ whose unhappy unhappylife unhapprUte unhappylife
life tame ame to tii il i4 1 September Sept mber 20 3 Y In ne nehome nehome nehome
home of her halfsister Mrs W V Dana DanaBiglow DanaBiglow DanaBiglow
Biglow 1 1M 1 West Eightysecond street streetMrs streetMrs streetMrs
Mrs Biglow made the difficult prom promise promie promise ¬
ise and she held to her pledge defying defyingand defyingand efylngBnd
and outwitting the childs father and andtwo acdtwo nd ndtwo
two detectives amid such excitement as asthe asthe asthe
the neighborhood has not experienced e perionce < 1 in inyears inyears Inycars
years yearsMr ycarsMr yearsMr
Mr Bloodsworth whose home is in inSalisbury inSalisbury inSalisbury
Salisbury Md had not visited yf it the Big Biglow BigJow Biglow
low home since the dcatn of his wife wifeand wifeand wifeand
and his arrival there about 2 oclock oclockyesterday oclockesterda oclockyesterday
yesterday esterda afternoon was a surprise He Heexplained Hee Heexplained
explained e lained to Mrs Biglow that he was wasable wasllble wasable
able to care for his four yearold y arod son sonwho sonwho sonwho
who is named for Mr Biglow Blglo and that thatba thotba thatb
ba b wanted to take him himKces himFlees him1ees
Flees 1ees With Child ChildMrs Childt Childrs
t Mrs < < r rs Biglow stepped Into another room roomana roomanu roomana
ana told the maid to go out ut and an nnd the thechild thehlld thehild
child hlld and bring him in through throu t1 the base basement h1t8ement haternent ¬
ment door doorThe doorThe doorThe
The little fellow was at play near by byand byand byand
and the maid was on the way back with withhim withhIm withhim
him when Mrs Biglow BISlo watching watchln from froma
a window saw aw two men following them themThey themThey themThey
They permitted the maid and the boy to toenter toenter toenter
enter through the basement bftsemf > nt without mo molestinp mo1esUna molesting
lestinp them th m But Mrs Biglow leaving leavingMr leavlngMr leavingidr
Mr Bloodsworth In the drawing room roominstructed roominstructed roominstructed
instructed the maid to hurry with ith the thechild thechlld thechild
child to a neighbors home two doors doorsIn doorsaway doorsaway
away awayIn awayIn
In alarm lest the child be forcibly forciblytaken forciblytaken forciblytaken
taken from the girl Irl Mrs Bigiow her hereelf herfelf herself
self rushed over to the th house and andbrought andbrought andbrought
brought little little Dana back The detec detectives detcctives detectives ¬
tives again followed followedAgain followedAgain followedAgain
Again Escapes EscapesTaking Es EscapesTaking apes apesTaking
Taking the child In through the base basement basement basereset ¬
ment once more Mrs Biglow ran with withhim withhlm withhIm
him to the back yard got a II stepladder stepladderAnd stepladderand stepladderand
And took him over the side fence to the thehouse th6houae thehouse
house at No 136 Through this house housethey housethey housethey
they made their way to the roof crest crested cro croed l led ¬
ed back to the roof of the t e Biglow house houseand hou houseand e eand
and descended de cended Into an upstairs up talrs room roomSome roomSome roomSQme
Some one telephoned to the West Six blxtyeighth SLctyellJhth Sixtveighth
tyeighth street police station and four fourpolicemen fourpoUcemen fourpolicemen
policemen arrived just ju t as Mr Biglow Biglowwho BISlowwho Bigloawho
who bad been n summoned over tne tele telephone telephone teisphone ¬
phone by his wife drove up in hl his au automobile automQbll automobile ¬
tomobile tomobileIn tomQbllIn
In the midst of the excitement Mr MrBloodgworth MrBloodsworth r rBI
Bloodgworth BI worth and the two supposed de detectives detectlvOlJ detecUvos ¬
tectives disappeared disappearedSENATORS disappearedSENATORS
NIAGARA FALLS N Y Oct 18 ISNearly 18Nearly 18Nearly
Nearly every prominent advocate a vocatc of ofwomens ofwomens ofwomens
womens suffrage in this State is in inattendance inattendance Inattendance
attendance at the State Stafe Womens Suf Sufiruge Suftnge Suffnge
iruge Convention which opened here heretoday herecday heretoday
today for a fourdays session sessionThe sealonrhe sessionThe
The morning was devoted deot d to the leg registration legIstratlon rogIstratlon ¬
Istratlon of delegates and to a meet meetIng moeting meeting
Ing of the executive committee at the theauditorium theudltIIlum theauditorium
auditorium and after luncheon the open openIn openifl openiri
In session se elon of the convention was called calledto calledto canedto
to order by President Mrs Irs Ella Haw Hawley Haw1ev
ley 1 30 Crossett Cro elt Welcoming addresses and andresponses andresponses andU
U responses and reports of various com committees commlttee cornrnittees ¬
mittees filled the session IIe Jion This evening eveningthere eveningthere ovoningthere
there will be a reception on which oc occasion occasion occation ¬
casion Miss Fola La FetfeUo will read reada reada
a play aywrItton written by her How the Vote VoteWas VoteWas VoteWas
Was won
Mrs Johnson to Be Guest GuestOf GuestOf GuestOf
Of Her Parents in Capital CapitalWife
Wife of Dr M K Johnson J ohn on U S N Coming to Visit VisitRear VisitRear VisitRear I
Rear Admiral Sea Seaton ton Schroeder U S N and Mrs MrsSchroeder MrsSchroeder MrsSchroeder
Schroeder Before Taking House for the Winter
Mrs Johnson wife wo of Dr M 1C Ir John Johnson Johnson Johnson ¬
son U S N will arlve in Washington Washingtonshortly Washingtonshortly Vnshlngtonshortly
shortly to visit her parents Rear Ad Admiral Admiral Admiral ¬
miral Soaton Schroeder U S N and anfiMrs an anMrs andMrs
Mrs Schroeder who are leaving loovin Wash Washington WashIngton VashinJton ¬
ington within a few weeks to spend the thewinter thewInter thewinter
winter abroad abroadDr abroadDr abroadDr
Dr and Mrs Johnson will probably probablytake probablytake probablytake
take a house ouse In Washington for the sea season season season ¬
son Dr Johnson has ha be been n stationed stationedaboard 5tatloncdI stationedaboard
aboard the Tennessee at Portsmouth PortsmouthN
N H for some time timeMIse timeMls timeMiss
Miss Mls Elena Calderon cal daughter of the theminister theminister theminister
minister from Bolivia will leave Wash Washington Wa1l11Inglon Washlngton ¬
ington tomorrow to make an extended extendedvisit oxten extendedvisit cd cdyislt
visit to her brotherinlaw and sister sisterthe sisterthe sisterthe
the Consul General from Bolivia to New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York and Mrs Vallivivian VallivivianMrs Valli Valliviviani VallivivianMrs vivian vivianMrs
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Mrs TJhomas omaa T Gaff who is i at her herplace helplace herplace
place in Ostervllle will ill go o to the Hot HotSprings HotSprings HotSprings
Springs of Virginia shortly for an au autumn autumn autumn ¬
tumn visit visitMiss visitM1s ieU ieUMiss
Miss Bessie Sessions essioL + daughter of Mrs MrsBenjamin MrsBenjamin tn tnBenjamin
Benjamin Reeves Russell has gone to toPhiladelphia toPhiladelphia toPhiladelphia
Philadelphia for a aeries 2irs of visits visitsMrs visitsMrs Islts IsltsMrs
Mrs Matthew T f Scott ott president presidenthters presldontgeneral presidentgeneral
general of the Daughters hters of the Amer Amertomorrow AmerJcnn Amerlean
lean Revolution will leave Washington Washingtontomorrow ashlnltontomorrow
tomorrow for Boston where she he will willbe willbe willbe
be the guest of honor at the State con conference conference conforesee ¬
ference of the D A R She will also alsoattend alsoattend alsoattend
attend the State conferences In several severalother severalother severalother
other States Including Illinois IllinoisMiss DUnolsr DUnolsMIss IllinoisMiss
r r
Miss Marguerite Knox Knox daughter of ofCol ofCol ofCol
Col and Mrs lrs T T Knox of the Sol Soldiers 501dlENS Soldiers ¬
diers dlENS Home at Old Point Comfort Va Vawill VawUl Vawill
will arrive In Washington Thursday to tobe tobe tobe
be the guest for a month of Miss MissFrances MissFrances 1185 1185Fra
Frances Fra es Miller daughter of Mr Ir and andMrs andfrs andlhrrs
Mrs frs Ben de M I Miller MillerMiss MillerMiss mer merfss
Miss fss Miller returned to Washington Washingtonlast Washingtonlast ashlngton ashlngtonlast
last evening from Annapolis Md where whereshe whereshe whereshe
she was the weekend guest of Lleut LieutAllen LleutAllen LleutAllen
Allen Buchanan U S A and Mrs MrsBuchanan lrsBuchanan MrsBuchanan
Buchanan BuchananMrs BuchananJIrs Buchanantrs
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Mrs trs Sutherland wife ife of Senator SenatorGeorge SenatorGeooe SenatorGeorge
George Sutherland of Utah who spent spentthe spentthe spentthe
the summer in Europe is now in Utah UtahShe UtAhShe UtahShe
She will return to Washington shortly shortlyand shortiyand shortlyand
and open her he apartment ap < < rtmcnt In the th High Highlands Highlands Highlands ¬
lands for the season seasonMr seasonMr eUonMr
Mr and Mrs Eno EnoLeave EnoLeave EnoLeave
Leave for Connecticut ConnecticutMr ConnecticutMr
Mr Ir and Mrs William Phelps Eno left leftWashington leftWashington leftWashington
Washington today for New ow York They Theywill Theywill Theywill
will spend the autumn at their summer summerplace summerplace summerplace
place In Connecticut ConnecticutMarchese ConnectloutMarchese ConnecticutMarchese
Marchese Confaliomere ConfaliomereHonor Confalioniere ConfalioniereHonor Confa1ionereHonor
Honor Guest at Embassy Embassy Dinner DinnerThe DinnerThe DinnerThe
The new Italian ambassador ambas odor Mar Marcheee Marche tIarche
che cheee e Cusanl Cu anl Coofalonlere was the theguest theJ theguest
guest J > Ue t in honor of whom the French FrenchAmbassador FrenchAmbfl8s8dor FrenchAmbassador
Ambassador find Mine Jusserand en entertained entertained entertalned ¬
tertained a party at dinner at the em embassy embass embass3 ¬
bassy bass last evening The additional additionalguests additionalguests additionalguests
guests were the Attorney General and andMrs andMrs andMrs
Mrs Wickereham Wlcken am the Spanish SI > 8I1lsh minister ministerSenor ministerSenor ministerSenor
Senor Don Juan RJano the Charge ChargeVeteran ChargeMOSElEY ChargeMOSELEY
Veteran Secretary of Inter Interstate Interstate Interstate ¬
state Board Recovering RecoveringFrom RecoveringFrom RecoveringFrom
From Breakdown BreakdownFriends BreakdownFriends BreakdownFriends
Friends and associates of Secretary SecretaryMoseley SecretaryIoseley SecretaryMoseley
Moseley of the Interstate Commerce CommerceCommission CommerceCommlHlon CommerceCommission
Commission deny don he will soon retire retireThey retireThey retireThey
They say it is tho purpose of tho vet veteran veteran voteran ¬
eran official and father of the safety safetyappliance safetyappUance safetyappliance
appliance legislation to remain in the theharness theharness theharness
harness to the last lastIt lastIt lastIt
It had been intimated that on account accountof aocountof accountof
of ill health Mr Moseley had asked to tobe tobe tobe
be relieved from his duties A few fewdays fewdays fewdays
days ago he suffered a a complete break breakdown breakdown breakdown ¬
down and is now confined to his bed bedHis bedHis bedHis
His physician reports however that thathe thathe thathe
he is recovering and will be out in a afew afew afew
few weeks weeksIt weeksIt weeksIt
It was pointed out In connection wUi wUithe mt mtthe witthe
the talk of the secretarys reslgrjg reslgrjgthat reslgr resigrigthat Jg Jgthat
that he had at t last seen his ideas for forthe forthe forthe
the safety of railway trainmen put putinto putInto putinto
into law and that he probably would wouldwish wouldwish wouldwish
wish to retire to private life lifeMr litefro lifeMr
Mr fro Moseley is one of the unique uniquecharacters uniquecharacters uniquecharacters
characters in the public service in inWashington inashlngton InWashington
Washington He has been secretary of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Interstate Commerce Commission Commissionsince Commissionsince Commissionsince
since its organization twenty years yearsago yearsago yearsago
ago and has during that time devoted devotedmost devotedmost devotedmost
most of his energies to the enactment enactmentof
of laws for the betterment bet rmcnt of the con condition condition condition ¬
dition of railway trainmen Five laws lawshave lawshave lawshave
have been passed through his labor laborthe Jaborthe laborthe
the the most Important being the arbitra arbitration arbitration arbitration ¬
tion act and the safety appliance act actthe actthe actthe
the latter having haln become effective with within withIn within ¬
in the past week weekThe weekThe weekThe
The The secretary is a man of independ independent independent Independout ¬
ent fortune and comes from a wealthy wealthyBoston wealthyBoston wealthyBoston
Boston family He never has beenconcerned been beenconcerned beenconcerned
concerned over salaries or other emol emoluments emoluments emoluments ¬
uments He has declined personal hon honors honors honors ¬
ors that he might further his Ideas for foruniform foruniform foruniform
uniform safety appliances on the Amer American AmerIcan Ainerlean ¬
ican railways It is said he has twice twicerefused twicerefused twicerefused
refused a seat on the Interstate Com Commerce Commerce Cornmerco ¬
merce Commission itself itselfFIGHT ItselfFIGHT itselfFIGHT
PARIS Oct 18 18The The farm of Mrs MrsRobert MrsRobert MrsRobert
Robert Goelet at Hedouvlllc near Parts Partswas Pariswas Padswas
was In danger dan er yesterday yest rday from destruc destruction destruction destruction ¬
tion by b the farm hands They Tb y attacked attackedher attackedher attackedher
her bailiff beat him and his wife tee and andthreatened andthreatened aridthreatened
threatened to burn the estate The dls dlsturbarce dlsturba disturbace
turbarce turba e was agitated I1l > ltated by the general generalstrike genemlstrike generalstrike
strike committee committeeConcert committeeConcert tiommitteeConcert
Concert Today Todayfcy T od y yBy
By fcy By the U S Soldiers Home Band BandAt BanaAt BandAt
Director DirectorPRQGRAiT DirectorPRQGRAr DirectorPRQGRAM
March 1 > laroh On the Delaware DelawareZimmermann DelawareZimmormann DelawareZlmmormann
Zimmermann ZimmermannOverture ZimmormannOorture ZlmmormannOverture
Overture Le Pre Aux Clercs
Herold HeroldThe HeroldThe HoroldThe
The Dueling Ground GroundIntermezzo GroundIntermezzo GroundIntermezzo
Intermezzo Elegant Ele Eleint t from Hoff Hoffmans Hottmans Hoffmans ¬
mans Love Tales TalesOffenbach TalesOffenbachGrand Offenbach OffenbachGrand OtrenbnchGrand
Grand Selection Preclosa
I Preciosavon von Weber WeberIndian WeberIndian WeberIndian
Indian Characteristic Tomahawk TomahawkDance TomahawkDance TomahawkDance
Dance Hermann HermannGems HermannGems HermanaGems
Gems from rom The Mayor Iayor of Tokyo TokyoPeters Tokyo TokyoPeters TokyoPeters
Peters PetersWaltz PetersWaltz PetersWaltz
Waltz Suite Bternolle ivresse ± vresse
Ganne GanneMarsh GanneMarch GameMarch
March Dixieland DixlolandHalnes DixlolandHalnesThe Halnes HalnesThe
The StarSpangled Banner
dAffairos of the AustroHungarlan em embassy embassy embassy ¬
bassy and Mmo 1 > lme von LoewonthalLlnau LoewonthalLlnauthe
the charge chr daffaires of the hc Mexican MexicanXjmbassy MexicancmbauY Mexicanembaasy
Xjmbassy Senor Ricer the naval at attache attache attache ¬
tache of the Italian embassy Lieu Lieutenant Lleutenknt Lieutenant ¬
tenant Camperlo Mr Ir and Mrs Irs Percl Perclval Porclval Parcival
val Dodge Mrs John B Henderson HendersonMiss Henderson1flss HendersonMiss
Miss Eleanor Terry and the first sec secretary secretary necrotary ¬
retary of the French embassy and Mmc 3ImcPoretti MmcPoretti MmcPorettl
Poretti de la 1 Rooca RoocaThe RoocaThe RoecaThe
The now Norwegian Minister and andMme andIme andMine
Mme Ime H Bryn arrived in Washington Washingtonyesterday Washingtonyesterday ashlngtonyesteday
yesterday from Now York accompanied accompaniedby
by b their flv five children chll ren TI ey are stop stoppine stopMnl stopping
pine Mnl at th3 Grafton Hote HoleMinister HotelInlstr HoteMinistr
Minister Byrn B rn succeeds succ eds Minister MinisterGude IDnlsterGude MinisterGuda
Gude who died suddenly at the White WhiteSulphur WhiteSulphur WhiteSulphur
Sulphur Springs last summer summerj summerThe summerThe summerThe
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The Charge d dAffaires Affaires of Brazil and andMme andme andMme
Mme me de Lima are receiving congratu congratulations congratulations congratulations ¬
lations upon the birth of a son yester yesterday yesterday ester esterday ¬
day at Manchester 11anche ter Mass llas the summer summerhome summerhome summerhome
home of the legation legationJ legationMajor legationL legationfajor legationMajor
Major Horwarth von on Bittenfeld the thenewly thenewly thenewly
newly appointed I polnted military attache of ofthe otthe ofthe
the German embassy and Mme von vonBittenfeld vonBlttenteld vonBittenfeld
Bittenfeld who are in New York now nowwill no nowill nowwill
will spend some time in Mexico before beforecoming beforecoming beforecoming
coming to Washington for the season seasonMiss soasonMiss seasoni seasonMiss
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Miss Chew ChewGoes ChewGoes ChewGoes
Goes to Westbury L I IMiss L IMiss
Miss Evelyn Chew left Washington this thismorning thismorning thismorning
morning for Westbury L I where she shewill shewlll shewill
will be the guest of jMr Ir r and Mrs MrsCharles MrsCharles MrsCharles
Charles Steele for the marriage of their theirdaughter theIrdaughtet theirdaughter
daughter Miss U fJ Eleanor Steele to Count CountJean Counti CountJean
i Jean de dE deha Ja 2a Grozo which will take place placetomorrow placetomorrow placetomorrow
tomorrow at noon noonMrs
ot otMrs 4Mrs
Mrs Robert Hinckley HinckJe and Miss MissGladys MissGladys MIssGladys
Gladys Hinckley Hlnckle wbo are now in Le Lenox Lenox LeIlox ¬
nox wll iviH go to toNew New York today toda for the theremainder theremaindor theremathdor
remainder of the week and on Sun Sunday Sunda Sunday ¬
day da will come to Washington Waekl gton for the thewinter theInter thewinter
winter winterMIse winterMiss Inter InterMia
Mia Olga Converse will return to toWashington toWAshington toWashington
Washington In a day da or two from Bar BarHarbor BarHarbor BarHarbor
Harbor and Newport NewportMiss XowporlMiss NewportMiss
Miss Lynch LynchGuest LynchGuest LynchGuest
Guest of Miss Cameron CameronMiss CameronMI86 CameronMice
Miss Dolly Lynch of Lakewood N J JIs Jlathe JIs
Is lathe the guest of Mrs Evan Sinclair Cam Camwon Camron Camtron
won < ron for a few days On her return to toLakewood toLakewood toLakewood
Lakewood Mrs Cameron will ill accom accompany accompany accompany ¬
pany her for a short visit visitMiss
4 4Miss 4Miss +
Miss Ruth Halford has returned to toWashington toWashington toWashington
Washington for the winter and Joined Joinedher Joinedher joinedher
her mother Mrs A J 1 Halford at atConnecticut 123t 123tConnecticut 125Connecticut
Connecticut avenue for the winter winterMIse winterMiss interMsl
Miss < Halford has been spending tho thosummer thoBummer thesummer
summer and early autumn in Now York Yorkj YorkDr YorkDr
4 4Dr j
Dr and Mrs Guy Fairfax Whiting
have closed their cottage at a the Vir Virginia Virginia Virginia ¬
ginia Hot Springs and have returned to toWashington toVashlngton toWasbingtoa
Washington for the th season 8 IUIOn They wore woreaccompanied woreaccompanied woreaccompanied
accompanied by their daughters the theMisses thel1J theMisses
Misses l1J Whiting WhitingMiss bltlng bltlngMiss
+ J JMiss z
Miss Jane Sands daughter of Mr Ir and andMrs and1lrs andMrs
Mrs F P B Sands Sand Is I spending soy several SO SOal soyraI ¬
eral raI al weeks in New York visltln her heraunt herAunt hergunt
aunt Mrs Bergen BergenPresbyterians BergenCHURCHMEN BergenCHURCHMEN
Presbyterians Presbyterians Looking For Forward Fore Forward Forward
ward With Much Interest Interestto
to Session SessionWASHINGTON SessionWA6HDG SessionWASIUNGTON
ANACOSTIA C05TIA 3X D C OCT < > < T IS ISPresbyterians 15Presb 13Presbyterians
Presbyterians Presb lerlans In AnacostlA Anacos In com common common cornmom ¬
mon with Ith others of the denomination In Inthe Intho Inthe
the District are arE looking forward with wlfhInterest withIntorest iv1hinterest
Interest to the meeting of tile th Presby Presbyterian PrOfb PrOfbtertan Prosbyterlan ¬
terian Synod of Baltimore which will willconvene w111convene willconvene
convene In that city on Monday or next nextweek nextweek nextweekS
week weekS the session se ion to last three days daysor daSor daysor
or more moreThe moreThe moreThe
The Synod of Baltimore has has Jurisdic Jurisdiction jurisdiction jurisdiction ¬
tion over the presbyteries of Washing Washington Washington Washington ¬
ton Baltimore and Newcastle Pa and andquestions iWdquestions ind indquestions
questions affecting the churches In the theseveral thecveral theseveral
several States represented as well as asthe asthe asthe
the District will come up for discus discussion d1scus510n discussion ¬
sion sionThere 510nThere sionThere
There will be delegates In attendance attendancefrom Attenda attendancefrom co cofrom
from Washington and from the other otherpresbyteries otherpresbleries otherpresbyterles
presbyteries under the synod After the thesynod t he hesynod e eBnod
synod has concluded Its meetings there therewill therewm therewill
will be a meeting of the women Inter Interested interested interested ¬
ested in the synodical missionary move movements moe moemonts motements ¬
ments mentsThe montsTh mentsThe
The Th Brotherhood of tho Garden Me Memorial Memorial Memodal ¬
morial Presbyterian Pres yterlan Church will hold Its Itsregular Itsregular itsregular
regular monthly services In the church churchon churchon churchon
on Minnesota avenue on Friday even evenIng evening
Ing InF There 1 hert will be a meeting of the theSt
Willing St thing Workers Club on the same sameevening sameevenin sameevening
evening evenin and one week from the same someday sameda sameday I
day da the Brotherhood will hold its busi business business business ¬
ness meeting meetingPoliceman meetingPoliceman I
Policeman Louis Gee Geewho who Is assigned assignedto
to one of the desks deJ In the Eleventh pre precinct prec1nct procinct ¬
cinct station Anacostla < nacoBtla has ruturned ruturnedfrom rfJturnedfrom rturnedfrom
from a trip to Highland Falls West WestPolntp WestPoint WestPoint
Polntp Point and Poughkeepsle N Y
Policeman Gee was once stationed at
West Point when in the army and he hopassed hepassed hepassed
passed a part of his outing In renewing renewingold renewtngold renewingold
old friendships formed at the Military
Academy AcademyThe AcademyThe AcademyThe
The The Public Improvements Association Associationof SsocIaUonof
of congress Heights has arranged to togive toglo togive
give its annual entertainment ent rtaInment for the
benefit of the iiembera j and their fami ¬
lies tomorrow evening In the town hall hallon hal1on hallon
on Alabama avenue A murtcal murJ l pro program program program ¬
gram will be one of the features of the theevening theevening theevening
evening eveningThe eveningThe eveningThe
The Guidnt Star Mission Band an as association association association ¬
sociation o or young folks attending the thoheld
Presbyterian Church In Anacostln which
held no meetings during the summer
has again entered upon its work for the thenext thenext thenext
next season seasonFYTHIANS seasonPYTHIANS seasonPYTHIANS
DANVILLE Ill Oct lSThe business businesssection buslnesa5ection businesssection
section of the cltv Is gayly decorated decoratedwith decoratedwith decoratedwith
with flags flar and Pythian emblems in
honor of 0 the Illinois Grand Lodge
Knights of Pythias which convened for
its annual session here today The pro proceedings proceedings proceedings ¬
ceedings will continued over three days daysLOCAL daysLOCAL daysLOCALMENTION
Botu Work and Prices Satisfy
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that furniture prices at Grogans are
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know anew Just what the prices are before beforehow beforean beforeany
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St Marys Graduates to toHold toHold toHold
Hold Reunion In Alexan Alexandria Alexandria Alexandna ¬
dria Tomorrow TomorrowWASHINGTON TomorrowWASHLGTO TomorrowWASHINGTON
ALEXANDRIA VA OCT ISj ISjOver u uOver 1 1Over
Over fifty graduates of St Marys MarysAcademy MarysAcademy MarysAcademy
Academy from Washington and Aloxan Alexandria Aloxandrla Aloxandna ¬
dna have signified their Intention ofsat ofsattendlng or of4t of4ttending t ttending
tending the reunion and banquet of St StMarys StMarysoamnae StMarys
Marys Marysoamnae olamnae which will be held at atthe atthe atthe
the hall In the academy building tomor tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
row evening eveningThe eV6nlngThe eveningThe
The alumino alumJ o will hold a business businessmeeting businessmeeting businessmeeting
meeting at o 0 oclock Following this the theclass theclass theclass
class of 1911 9U will give an entertainment entertainmentfor
for the tilumnae From 8 to 11 the thebanquet thebanquet thebanquet
banquet will be held Rantmel Brothers Brotherswill Brotherswill Brotherswill
will cattc cab The committee having b vIn the theaffair theaffair
affair In charge cb tKe are Mrs James Bales BalesMiss BalesMiss
Miss 1155 atita i B Crllly Miss Sallle Harlow HarlowMiss HarlowM1ss HarlowMiss
Miss Bka Za Hill Miss 1 Agnes Gllroy and andMisp andlIlsp andMiss
Miss Pesi R Crllly CrlllyMichael CrinyMlohael CrillyMichael
Michael T Dwyer has sold > > old to Jam JamB James JamooB
B Williams a house and lot No NoNorth NoNorth S SNorth
North Patrick street Tho deed con conveying conveylng conveying ¬
veying this property was placed on rec record recoIrl mcon ¬
ord on in the clerks office of the corpo corporation oororat ¬
ration rat ton court today todayThe tod tod1he todayThe
The funeral of Mrs Kate Sutton was washeld washeld washeld
held from her home on Gibbons street streetthis meet meetthis streetthis
this afternoon The Rev Bdgar Igar Car Carpenter Carpenter carponter ¬
penter rector of Grace Episcopal EpiscopalChurch EphcopalChurch EpIscopalChurch
Church officiated and the burial was wusIn wasin wasin
in the Union Cemetery CemeteryIn CenetGr CenetGrIn
In tho circuit rcult court for or the city to today todtlY todey ¬
day dtlY the will of Mrs Sallie Yates Mo MoDaniel MoDanl MoDaniel
Daniel Danl l was admitted Jo o probate In the thewill thewill thewill
will which is dated October H ISOf ISOfshe 1005ahe itiO itiOshe
she leaves her entire estate to her herbrothers betbrothers herbrothers
brothers and aJ sisters Mrs rs Jennie Y YSummers YSummers YSummers
Summers Mrs 3tr lrS Ollva W V Evans Bvansqualified EvansQualified 1vanaqualified
qualified xecutrices xecutricesMrs LocutriCesMrs eeutdcesMrs
Mrs Ida V Brawner IB l 111 at a ner nerhome nerhome ncrhome
home 113 South Alfred street streetThe atreetThQ atroetThe
The progressive euchre given by the theYoung theYoung theYoung
Young Mens ens Sodality Lyceum last lastevening 1aatcenlng lastevening
evening was as well ell attended A large largenumber largenumber largenumber
number of prizes were eI ere awarded the suc euccoesful sucCQ succoesful
CQ coesful 5ul players playersAnnouncement plajorsAnnouncement playersAnnouncement
Announcement has hasn been made tJf f th thapproaching th4t th4tapproaching thapproaching
approaching marriage of James Randall RandallCaton Rnda1lCaton RandallCaton
Caton jr and Miss Use Eva E Gwynn Dent DentThe DentThe DentThe
The ceremony will 111 be performed by the theRev theRev theRev
Rev H J 1 Cutler pastor pa tor of St Marys MarysCatholic Xary MarysCatholic
Catholic Church at the home hom of th thaunt the theaunt thaunt
aunt of o the brideelect Mrs Georgn A
Mushbach Thursday October 27 1 at it S Sp Sp Sp
p m mIsaac tnIsaac ZnIsaac
Isaac Kell OBrien of this city and andMiss andMiss
Miss 1 > Uss Frances Brice Morrow of Char Charlottesvllle GharlottesvUJe Charlottesville
lottesvllle will be married at the First FirstBaptist Yfr FirstBaptist > > t tBaPtist
Baptist Church In Charlotteavllle this fhi fhievening thisevening JUsevening
evening eveningThe eveningThe eveningThe
The Civic Civiclmprovemeut Improvement League held a ameeting ameeting ameeting
meeting last evening at the rooms of ofthe f
the Chamber of Commerce aDd elected
the following officers President C S
Taylor Burke first vice president pre I ent
F J J Parr second vice ice president pre ldent R E
Knighi third vice president Miss Fannie
Herbert fourth f urth vice ice president KIM
Helen Norris Cummings Cummln s fifth vice jre8
Ident Mrs 1rs Eleanor Washington How iioward Howard Howard
ard sixth vice i iee < e president presld nt E S Lead
beater seventh vice 1c president A D Dookett
Kaockett ookett treasurer Arthur thur Herbert Herbertrecording Her Herbertpcording rt rtr
recording r cordin secretary J Y Williams oar ¬
responding secretary secretar Mrs John M 3L
Johnson John n auditor R s Barrett BarrettliTOjKDEiffl BarrettINijUEST BaxzettINQUEST
Teamster Tea ster Held Pending In Investigation Investigation Investigation ¬
vestigation of Killing of ofGladys ofGladys of3ladys
Gladys Hurley HurleyAn
An Inquest held at noon today into intothe mtothe Intothe
the death of Gladys Hurley ten yeara yearaold yearaold yearsold
old who was crushed to death under underthe underthe underthe
the wheels of a wagon when she fell fellfrom fellfrom fellfront
from a t bicycle at Thirteenth street and andRIggs andRIggs andRiggs
RIggs place northwest resulted in a averdict averdict averdict
verdict of unavoidable accident accidentJames accldontJames accidontJames
James Smith w Wl1o io was driving drh the theteam thetoom theteam
team told the coroners Jury tniic the thegirl thegirl thegirl
girl attempted to pass In front of the thehorses thehorses thehorses
horses and that she was under them be before before before ¬
fore he saw her Smith lives at 633 F Fstreet Fstreet Fstreet
street northeast northeastThe northcnstThe northeastThe
The little girl wag wa the child of Harry HarryHurley HarryHurley HarryHurloy
Hurley of 1218 S street northwest northwestEightyearold northwestElghtyeorold northwestEightyearold
Eightyearold Grading Gmdl Jones Of SOS SOSTwelfth 50STwelth SOSTwelfth
Twelfth street northwest narrowly narrowl narrowlcaped es escaped escaved ¬
caped a death similar to that of the theHurley theHurley I
Hurley child Ho was near Fourteenth Fourteenthand Fourteenthand Fourteenthand
and B streets yesterday about a out 430 4 < > > when whenhe whenho
he was hit by b an automobile auto nob e operated operatedby operatedby operatedby
by John Koehler of J31 Tenth street streetHe streetHe strectHe i
He was taken to Emergency Hospital Hospitalbut HospitalIbut Hospitalibut
Ibut was was found unhurt unhurtJanuary unhurtJanuary
January Cicero a a tenyearold Italian Italianboy Italianboy I
boy was perhaps fatally crushed by a astreet astreet astreet
street car yesterday His father who svholives whoUvea ho holives
lives at 215 First street northwest In Insisted insisted inslated ¬
sisted on removing the child iron the thehospital thehospital thehospital
hospital placed him In a push cart and andtook andtook andtook
took him home homeThe homeThe homeThe
The little fellow was playing playIn in front frontof frontof frontof
of his homo yesterday when tho accident accidenthappened accidenthawened accidenthappened
happened He attempted to cross the thecar thecar thecar
car tracks ahead of a car but failed failedHe fallodHe failedHe
He was dragged for some distance Un Unconscious Unconscious tinconscious ¬
conscious he TJTOS aa picked up and rushed rushedto
to Emergency Hospital where he was wasoperated wasOPrated wasoperated
The Missouri Society will hold Its first firstmeeting firstmeeting firstmeeting
meeting of the season next n t Saturday Saturdayevening SatUrdayevening Saturdayevening
evening at 8 oclock when Dr Samuel
S Laws former president of the Mis Missouri Missouri Hissouri ¬
souri State University will deliver tho thoaddress thoaddress theaddress
address H J 1 Phelps presIdent of the thesociety th8soc1ety thesociety
society will preside An Informal mu musical musical musteal ¬
sical program will be a feature of the theevenings theevenings theevenings
evenings entertainment entertainmentAyersPitts entertaInmentAye entertainmentAyes
AyersPitts AyersPittsHealth Aye Ayes AyesHealth sPills sPillsJtt
Jtt JttHealth
Health Healtht
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Political Situation in Rhode RhodeIsland RhodeIsland RhodeIsland
Island Likely to Result in inHis inHis inHis
His Reelection ReelectionSTRUGGLE ReelectionSTRUGGLE ReelectionSTRUGGLE
Race for Toga Between Colt and andTippett andTip andTippett
Tippett Tip tt May End in inDeadlock inDeadlock inDeadlock
PROVIDENCE R L I Oct lg 1 Senator SenatorNelson SenatorNel SenatorNelson
Nelson Nel on Wilmarth Aldrich chairman of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Finance ConuaUtee and leader of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the S SeDate nate may mv not ot ere me UP UI his place placeIn placein placeIn
In the Senate after all allA allpOlitical a11A
A political situation has orison In InRhode inRhode inRhode
Rhode island that te not unlikely to t re renult reuIt resuit
suit > > uIt In the thereelection reelection of Senator Al Aldrich Aldrich Aldrich
drich drichThe drichThe drich
The importance of this prospective re result result resuit ¬
sult will not be underestimated In Sen Senate Senate Seaate ¬
ate circles and It will be pretty well wellappreciated wella1JPreclated wellappreciated
appreciated by everybody who under understands underetaDds understands ¬
stands what a force In the affairs of ofCongress ofCon ofCongress
Congress Con Senator enator Aldrlch Is IsSome IsSome inSome
Some months ago Senator Aldrlch let letit letIt letIt
it be known he intended to Quit the Sen Senate Senate Sunate ¬
ate at the end of his present pre ent term termwhich termwhiel termwhich
which will 111 be March 3 1911 He wanted wantedto
to live to a good old ac a age he wanted to torestore torestore torestore
restore his health he wanted to escape escapethe eC1ethe escapethe
the endless flre of hostile bO tHe criticism he hewanted hewanted hewanted
wanted to devote attention to iils Is bus business busneM buzZness ¬
ness affairs He was tired ired ox ot le < e game gameat gameat gameat
at Washington WashingtonRegulars WasldngtoRegulars ashlngton ashlngtonRegulars
Regulars In Quandary QuandaDySinco QuandarySInce j jSinco
Sinco then the Senate te regulars hare harebeen hveleen haveboon
been leen wondering w nderl where 1ere they would be b BQ In Inthe 1nthe Inthe
the matter of leadership They hayo hayoen 1VO htayobeen 1 1BetOn
been en asking a klnc themselves them elves with Aldrich Aldrlchand Aldrichand Aldrichand
and Hate Ha of Maine gone what they theywould theywookl theywooki
would do aealnst the rising tide of In Insurgency inurgeacy insurgency
surgency against agln t the young able and andagspreseive anda andaggressive
aggressive a ve Senators from the West who whohave whohave whohave
have been flghtlne 1Ihtl the Old Guard re relentMty reIentieHIr relentiessir
lentMty and fl4 successfully successfullySenator sueeeASullySenator ueeessZullySenator
Senator Aldrich went ont to Buroj Europe > e n not notIoft notlong 4 4tons
tons Ioft after the th close of the session se elon H Hhas He Hehas Hebaa
has been abroad all summer Recently Recentlyjhe Recentlyhe
jhe he returned to t find that a reIn of ofchaos oCchao ofchaos
chaos bad corns com a 8Ibout > out In his State since sincebe 8inc 8incbe sincebe
be left it The death of Gen Charles Charlesand CharlesR
R BraYton the boils of Rhode Island Islandad Islandand
and ad the Warwick back of Aldrich was1nely waslargely was waslargely
largely resi r 8PODIdbie > onslbi for the situationtlMJult situationthough situation situationthough
though not entirely entirelyCause eIrt1re17Cau entirelyCause
Cause Cau e of Strife StrifeTh strifeThe StripeThe
Th The situation that has arisen In Rhode RhodeIsland RhodeIslaDd RhodeIsland
Island In i the RepubHoan Re ublioan i part party arty may ma b bdescribe M Mch bedescribed
describe ch erlb a aa a real strUggle between betweenthe betweenthe betweenthe
the ancient aristocracy ari tocracr and Dd the new newcommercialism newm newcomnerdaflsin
commercialism m of the State Senator SenatorAldrich Seo SenatotAldrich tor torAldrich
Aldrich never has really reall stood well with withthe withthe withthe
the old aristocracy of the State He Hemade Hemade jiemade
made himself him elf a force In politics aad aadhad aadhad andhad
had to be tolerated But he never was waswell waswell I Iwetl
well liked by inat nat element Four years yearsago yearsago
ago 00 CoL Samuel Pomeroy Colt head of ofthe ortoM ofthe
the Rubber trust In which Aldrich is telargely islargely Islargely
largely Interested made a fight for the theSenate thesnate theSenate
Senate to succeed su Senator Wetmore H HL lL lLL HL
L Goddard was a candidate Wetmore Wetmorewas Wetinorewas Wetmoreanxious
was anxious to succeed l himself The TheLegislature n nLepa1aturltt TheLegislature
Legislature deadlocked for one session sessionRhode 8e88IonRhode sessionRhode
Rhode Island got ot along with one Sen Senator Senater Seaater ¬
ater and then Wetmore was reelected reelectedIt r ed edIt
It has been generally assumed a ume4 that thatnow thatDOW thatnow
now that he was a8 about to retire Sea Senator Seaator ¬
ator Aldrich would throw his support to toColonel toColonel toColonel
Colonel Colt who te i interested with him himin himIn himin
in ruober But this is not the case It Ithas Ithas Ithas
has developed the Aldrich support will willgo milo willgo
go o to Henry F LIppett LI tt of Providence Providencethe prOvidencethe Providexethe
the big bl cotton manufacturer manufacturerHand manufadurtrHand manufacturerHand
Hand In Tariff TariffLIppett TariffI TariffLippott
LIppett I ppett te reputed to have had a a large largehand 1 largehand rge rgeband
hand in fashioning the cotton schedule scheduleof scheduleof
of the tariff WU b U Now If General Bray Brayton Brayton Brayton
ton were alive al1 ah e a Senator Se ator Aldrich might mighthave mighthave mighthave
have a fairly e easy sy task landing J DdiD LIppett LIppettIn LppettIn
In the Senate At least it would be beeasier beeasier beeasier
easier Bijf B Bu3 with Brayton gone things thingsare thinb3are thingsare
are at sixes and sevens So many of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the petty politicians have long been beenlooking beenlooking beenlooking
looking to Brayton for guidance that thatthey Uwtthey thatthey
they are at a loss where to turn turD now nowthat nowthat nowthat
that he U I gone So Senator Aldrich has hashurried henhurried s shurrIed
hurried home from Europe to take per personal pernone1 er ersonal ¬
sonal charge of the situation and save It Itfor itfor Itfor
for LIppett and the Republican pa p paty y y yJust
Just now it looks as If another dead deadlock deadlock deadlock ¬
lock might develop and In that case caserather caseAJdrich caseAldrich
Aldrich mal take the Semltonrhlp again againhimself I
himself He probably wilt do that thatrather I
rather than let a faction of the party partywhich partywhich
which does not like hIm get the Sen Senatorship Senatorship Senatorship I
Democratic Jfominee JfomineeThe XomineeThe IomineeThe
The Democrats of Rhode Island In hitheir Intheir intheir
their State convention nominated Judge JudgeArthur JudbeArthur JudgeArthur
Arthur Brown for tho Senate He is isUnited isUnited isUnited
United States district Judge jud for Rhode RhodeIsland RhodeIsland RhodeIsland
Island appointed by Cleveland Judge JudgeBrown JudgeBrown JudgeBrown
Brown Is one of the ablest Ioat Federal FederalJudges Federaljudges Federaljudges
Judges In the United States He Is no noreactionary DOreectlonao noreactionary
reactionary On the contrary he if ifdeeply i idoopb ideeply
deeply Imbued with progressive ideas ideasHe IdeasHe IdeasHe
He was nominated by b the Democrats Democratswithout Democrstswithout Democratswithout
without his consent Many ny thought he hewould bewould hewould
would not consent to be a a candidate He Hesurprised Hesurprised H Hsurprised
surprised them by b saying S8Ylnf he would wouldserve wouldsene wouldserve
serve If elected He will not resign resignfrom resignfrom resignfrom
from the bench but wait developments developmentsTho dmelopmontsThe developmentsThe
The probabilities prob i4lites arc roL however wevet against againstLegislature kgalnstthe againstthe
the Democrats controlling we tie next naxtIature nextLegislature
Legislature LegislatureSince LegislatureSince Iature IatureSInce
Since the last Legislature was elect elected elected elected ¬
ed in Rhode Island there has been a anow a anow anew
now apportionment of members o of the theLegislature theLegislature theLegislature
Legislature Under the old system systemthere systemthere systemthere
there was a State senator for each one onePremature oneature onerrA
rrA rrAPsemztture
Premature ature Grayness GraynessIs Grayn GraynIs
Is an unnatural disfigurement c1l figurement and a ahandicap ahandlcnp ahandicap
handicap In social and nd business life lifeThose UfeThose lifeThose
Those who care for their personal personalappearance pe persousiappearance onul onulnppenranC
HEALTH It removes all traces of ofnatural rotgrayness efgrayness
grayness by restoring the hair to Its Itsnatuml Itsnatural
natural color colorWlJed used successfully successfullywhen 5Uccellltull 5Uccellltullwhcn successfullywhen
when nIl others fall fallIS fullIS failIs
IS NOT iio A DYE DYESend D DYESend E ESend
Send 2c for books The Care of the theHair theHair theHair
Hair and Skin Philo Hay Spec Co CoNewark CoNewark CoNewark
1 und d SOc bottles at druggists draggistffLansburgh drul druggistsLansburgh t tlansburgh
Lansburgh Bro Brou
Dry Goods and andReadytoWear andReadyto andReadytoWear
ReadytoWear Readyto Wear Articles
420 to 426 426 7th Street StreethroUlh Streethrough
hroUlh to Eighth EllhtJat
of the thirtyeight towns Providence Providencewith PrOWeDewith Providencewith
with 239000 GOOO persons had one senator senatorand senatorand senatorand
and Little Compton a place of a few fewhundred fowhundred fewhundred
hundred had another The larger largertowns 1rgertowns largertowns
towns had more than one representa representative repre representattve eata eatattve ¬
ttve But In general It was a rotten rottenborough rottenborough rottenboroigk
borough system with Ith great Inequality Inequalityof
of representation representationApportioned repr9fJentaUonApportioned representationApportioned
Apportioned Equally EquallyUnder EquallyUnder EquallyUnder
Under the now Jl W apportionment each eachtown eachtown eachtown
town has a senator and each town a arepresentative arepresentative arepresentative
representative but the large places ptaceshave placeshave
have more nearly the membership In Intho k1the Inthe I
the lower house of the Legislature to towhich towblch towhich
which they are really entitled than they theydid theydid theydid
did under the old apportionment At Atfirst Atfirst Atltrst
first the Democrats thought this would wouldhelp wouldhelp wouldhelp
help them But the Republican Legis Legislature Legislature Logislature ¬
lature went farther and in some cases cosesas casesas < ase8 ase8as
as in Providence with twentyfive rep representatives re reresentattves representatives ¬
resentatives it proceeded procEed to divide the thetown thetown thetown
town Into assembly a embly districts dI trlcts and gerry gerrymander gerrymander gerrymender ¬
mander the districts di trlct5 so as to help the theRepublicans theRe theReIa9icans
Republicans Re UbllcafttJ and badly hamper the theDemocrats theDemocrats theDemocrats
Democrats DemocratsA
A landslide In Providence would give givethe givethe givethe
the Democrats the Legislature but they theyprobably theyprobbly theyprobably
probably will fail to get It It looks looksas looksas looksas
as If the Republicans would carry the theState theState theState
State and hold the Legislature Legt lat1lre and In Inthat Inthat Inthat
that case the Capitol at Washington Washingtonmay WashiDgtoamay Washingtonmay
may have Senator Aldrich on its hands handsfor handsfor handsfot
for the rest of his days daysThe dysThe daysThe
The friends of Colt are determined determinedand determtnedand doterminedand
and working hard It Is said a14 Colt Is Isprepared isr6j8red Isprepared
prepared to spend nd large sum In his bigformer hisfonner hisformer
former fight 1 bt be expended a small for fortune fortune fortune ¬
tune But there are plenty of sinews of ofwar ofwar
war on the LIppett side sideBluebloods eWeBluebloods sIdeBluebloods
Bluebloods for Colt ColtWhen Coltben ColtlVhen
When ben General Brayton was waS alive and andbacking anlbec1dng m m1Mick1Dg
backing Aldrich Brayton was able to tomaintain tomaintain tomaintain
maintain good relations between Aldrich Aldrichand A1drlchAnd Aldrichand
and the th ancient aristocracy for the most mostpart mostpart mostpart
part This Thl was because Brayton himself blmseiCbelonged h1mMItbelonged himselfbelonged
belonged to one of the oldest and most mostexclusive mo mostexCluve t texttuAv8
exclusive exCluve of Rhode Island I Ind famines faminesNow fam1lle6Now familiesNow
Now the ohjebioods are Inclining lacllnl g to toColt toColt toColt
Colt rather than to LIppett Lf whom whomAMrfoh whomA14110h whomAldrich
Aldrich Is supporting supportingOf upportlDgot ipportiagOf
Of course tf Aldrich should come out outand outand outand
and say he would support Colt there therewould thenwould therewould
would be a solution of the question questionwithout que questionwithout tloD tloDwithout
without a deadlock Colt would be elect elected elected elected ¬
ed But this is not expected expectedSenator expectedSenator expectedSenator
Senator Aldrlch rlch te 1 not generally be beHe DetlYl befleveI
tlYl to want to staT in tiNt Senate SeBateHe SenateHe
He te 4 building on Warwick Neck one of ofthe atthe ofthe
the most magnificent mansions In InAmerica k1AmerJea InAmerica
America He Is 1 lavishing wealth on onthis OIlUN onthis
this structure 8tnI tuce He te said to have nave two twochief twocbler twochief
chief desires de lrcs first to restore his health healthand hethaDd healthand
and second to amass a s great gre t fortune fortuneHe fortuneHe ortWteHe
He Is en the clear road to the accumula accumulation accumulatlon accumulatloii ¬
tion of vast wealth by reason of Ms In Interests iIlterost interosts ¬
terests in the rubber business businessRubber bu businessRubber Ine s sRubber
Rubber Easiness Good GoodIn GoodIn Geo GeoIn
In this thl he Is allied with Thomas F FRyan FRL91 FRyan
Ryan and the Guggenheim Gugweoh The rub rubber rubbar rubher ¬
bar business expanded by bps and andbounds sudbounds nd
bounds with the growta of the automo automobile JLUtomobile automobile ¬
bile Industry indu try And this has meant icoch icochto JCueht icuchtt
to t tt Aldrich who began life In obscurity obscuritysad ob Obscurityand curlty curltyaDd
sad worked Ms JtI way up ym to the first t place placeIn placeir e eIrA
In ir the Senate and who wh probably will w l die dieone dieone Ie Ieone
one of the countrys richest rtche t men menStill menstill
Still there always has been a widely widelyprevailing widelyprca widelyprcvalllng
prevailing prca prcvalllng 11ng belief that Aldrich would wouldner wouldriyer
ner I er leave the Senate until he was car carried ear6Ii carriei ¬
ried 6Ii out It Is not easy to renounce renouncethe reooancee renouncethe
the e position of Influence be bag In na national BUt10nal uatlonl ¬
tional affaire And if circumstances circumstancesdevelop clrcum dreumatanceedevelop taDce taDcedee1Op
develop as they are likely to and the theRhode t theRhode e
Rhode Island Legislature Leg2 lature gets gets tangled taagledup taI tangledup 1ed 1edup
up as It threatens to the Senate regu regnin regu1ra regulis
1ra may DOt have 10 ge ea casttng ttD about xbeutIn aboutIn
in the dark for a a new leader leaderENOCH
NORFOLK Va Oct IS IWord Word has hasS baabeen
S been > een received by bMrs Mrs Thomas Cun Cunningham Canniagham ¬
ningham that her husoand hUill Dd who disap disappeared dIs dIs1eLed dieappeered ¬
peered on October 4 Is 1 sot dead as aswas aswas aswes
was believed Recently R Uy she received a atelegram atelegram atelegram
telegram from Philadelphia PlItI4e1p i saying her herhusband herW1baD4 herhusband
husband W1baD4 was dead but It now powout luras lurasout nnMr nnMrout
out that the telegram was W Intended for foranother foranother foranother
another anotherD womanD woman
CEDAR FALLS Iowa Oct IS 1SThe 1SThemoK 18Themost The Themost
most distinguished gathering gaUterlDgot of women womenever womenever womenever
ever entertained In this city te here to today today today ¬
day for the annual ftDual State conference of ofthe o othe ofthe
the Daughters of the American Revo Revolution Revolut Revolutlon ¬
lution lut A reception tonight In honor of ofthe ofth ofthe
the th visitors marks the formal opening openingof
of the conference The bust bustwill bu business IDe s seseIoRs seseIoRs1ill um4o um4owill
will begin tomorrow and ad continue over overThursday overThurs overThursday
Thursday Thurs y
Army and Navy NavyService Na NavyService < JJ JJServ
Service Serv ce Orders OrdersAEMY OrdersARMY OrdersA2M
The resignation r tJon by Second Lieutenant LieutenantWJLLIAil IJeutenantWILLLuI LiOUteflfltWILLIAM
WJLLIAil A DALLA3I Twelfth TwelfthCavalry TwelfthCaYaJrv TwelfttGavairy
Cavalry of o his commission as an of officer o oiker ofiicsr ¬
ficer Of the t e army has b 8 been accepted acceptedby acceptedby acceptedby
by the President Pre deat to take effect Oc October 0ctober Octuber ¬
tober 17 3MC 3MCPlrst 2314Irnt 3Jt 3Jt11r9t
11r9t Plrst Irnt Ueuterxnt ARTHUR H 1L CAR CARTER CARTER CABTER ¬
TER FJfth Field Artillery bavins bavinsarrived havU1ganWed bavlngarrived
arrived anWed at San Francisco Cal to toFort toFort toFort
Fort Leavenworth Le venW rtk Kansas
Fourth Field Artillery to Alcatraz AlcairazCal AlcatrazcaI 1catra 1catraC1
Cal to relieve First Lieutenant Lieutenant1LYNARD LIe t teaant teaantMAYNARD gant gantXA
1LYNARD XA YlARD A WELLS Seventeenth SeventeenthInfantry SeventeenthIatalltry SeventeenthInfanirl
Infantry regiment who will proceed pr proceed < Xeed to his fclaregiment h1aregiment hisNAVY
Ensign B H F D DAIS detached Mont Montgomery YontpmeIT Montomery ¬
gomery to Mayrant Mayrantedical MayrantXecUcal MayrantMedical
Medical edical Director Ii L B Eo J AMES detached detachedcommand detachtdcommand detachedcommand
command Naval Na vat Hospital Hospitalash H taI Puget PugetSound PugetSound
Sound Wash ash to Naval Training
Station Station San Francisco CaL CaLMedical CaL1Iedfeal Caltedtcal
Medical Inspector I t r O D NORTON to tofleet tofteet tohoot
fleet surgeon Pacific fleet on board boardCalifornia boaflCalltomt boardCalifornis
California CaliforniaSurgeon CalltomtSu CalifornisSurgeon
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