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THE W WASHINGTON TIMES WEDNESDAY WED WEDXESD4YOCTOBER SDA Y OCTOBER 19 1910 1910xore
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SICK JUROR HALTS HALTSDR HALTSDR
DR GRiPPEN TRIAL TRIALInspector TRIALInspector
Inspector Dews Testimony TestimonyInterrupted TestimonyInterrupted TestimonyInterrupted
Interrupted for Two Hours Hoursby Hoursby Hoursby x
by Illness IllnessContinued IIInessI IllnessContinued
I Continued from First Page Pagefallen Pagetallen Pagetaflen
fallen prey to the gruesome gruo ome details detailswhich dotallswhich detailswhich
which were ore being brought out outIf outIf outIf
If this was wa the case the story of ofviolent ofIolont ofVIolent
violent Iolont death had preyed less os upon the theminds theminds theminds
minds of the women in tho court courtroom courtroom courtroom
room for they were calmly curious curiousconcerning curiousconcerning curiousconcerning
concerning the evidence and and nd the th ex exhibits exhibits cx1iib1t ¬
hibits 1iib1t although they were thrown thrownInto thrownInto thrownInto
Into tho smelling salts stage by b the thedramatic thedramatic thedramatic
dramatic scene ene when proceedings proceedingswere proceedingswerc proceedingswere
were Flopped FloppedJustice stoppedJustice toppedJustice
Justice Alvorston announced that a arecess arecess arecess
recess would be taken until Greene Greenehad Groenohad Greenehad
had been restored restoredIt restoredIt restoredIt
It was wastwo two hours before the Juror Jurorhad Jurorhad jurorbad
had recovered sufficiently 3ufflclontl to take his hisBrat hisscat hisaet
Brat in the box boxDuring boxDuring boxDuring
During the long wait Dr Crlppcn Crlppcngazed Crippengazed Crippongazed
gazed calmly about Mm or held whiz whispered whlspered whizpered ¬
pered conferences with his counsel counselAlfred counselAlrcd counselAlfred
Alfred A L Tobin XL M L P Huntley Ion Jenkins Jonking Ionklns ¬
king and Arthur Newton He seemed seemedto seemodte seemedU
to have a n great deal to say to his hislawyers hislawyers
lawyers 1 aoYers and was apparently not wor worried worrl wornod ¬
nod riedThe rl nodThe d dThe
The crowd became restless restlo s as the thetime thetime thetime
time dragged drag ed on rod Inspector Dew Dewseemed DewBeemed Dewseemed
seemed anxious to get away awa At the thetime thotime thetime
time when the case was so suddenly suddenlystopped suddtml suddtmlstopped suddenlystopped
stopped Dew D w was reciting the history historyof historyof historyof
of the chase after Crippen and his hiscompanion hisompanlon hiscompanion
companion companionStory companionStory ompanlonStory
Story of Investigation InvestigationThe
The inspector went back to the very veryfirst veryfirst ery eryfirst
first telling bow Scotland Yard had hadbeen hadbeen hadbcen
been notified that Mrs Crippen was wasmysteriously wasmysteriously wasmysteriously
mysteriously missing and that an anInvestigation anlnvestbaUon anInvestigation
Investigation should be made madeTho madeThe madeThe
The detective said that Scotland Yard Yardhad Yardhad Yardhad
had first been apprised of the suspicious suspiciouscircumstances suspIcIouscircumstances suspk1ouscircumstances
circumstances of Mrs IIrs CrJppens dis disappearance disappearance disS ¬
S appearance by b John Nash a theatrical theatricalmanager theatricalmanager theatricalmanager
manager Nash had returned from fromAmerica fromAmerica fromAmerlca
America where Mrs Irs Crippens friends friendswere friendswere friendswere
were very er much alarmed alarmedFollowing alarmedFollowing alarmedFollowing
Following Nashs visit Islt to the central centraloffice centraloffice I Iorrlce
office of Londons detective force Dew Dewsaid Dewsaid Dowsaid
said that h be went to J9 3 Hilldrop
Crescent North London where the theCrippens theCrlppens theCrippens
Crippens had been living and Inter Interviewed Interviewed Interviewed ¬
viewed Crippen CrippenThe CrippenTho CrippenTue
The Inspector In pector later went to Crippens Crippensoffice Crippensofncc Crippensoffice
office and again to ta his residence re k1ence ac according according ¬
o
cording to his story on the stand standCrippon standCrippen standCrippon
Crippon explained his wifes disap disappearance dlsappearance disapearance ¬
pearance earance by implicating Bruce Miller Millerthe Millerthe 1 Iller Illerthe
the Chicago man said Inspector Dew DewUnder Dcwnder DewTnder
Under nder examination by b Barrister Tobin Toblnhe Tobinhe Tobinhe
he said saidDr saidDr saIdDr
Dr Crippen answered all my ques questions questions ¬
tions readily and allowed me to search searchthe searchthe
the house without protest He was not notworried notworried notworried
worried and quite cool when we went
Into the cellar cellarSolicitor cellarSolicitor cellarSolicitor
Solicitor Tobin questioned Dew keenly keon
hot was unable to shake his story se seriously serloualJ seniously ¬
riously In reply to a question as to towhat towhat
what hat Crlpr Crlpntn > on said Inspector Dew said saidPromised saidPromised saidPromisea
Promised to Aid In Search SearchDr SearchDr SearchDr
Dr Crippen promised me to do his hisbest hisbest hisbest
best to find his wife He declared to tome tome tome
me that she had fled and that he was wascertain wascertain wascertain
certain she was with Bruce Miller Imer who ho hoo
as a former o er actor was quite friendly
iIvrGoing
Going further in his story Dew stated
that following the finding of the re remains r rmnlns remains ¬
mains in the cellar of the Crippen home homeon homeon homeon
on July Jul 13 Dr Crippen disappeared en ¬
tirely He tod how Scotland Yard men
had 11 ad searched among the passengers p s engers of
the transAtlantic liners believing that
Crippen WAS fleeing to America and
how the French police were asked to towatch towatch towatch
watch Americanbound ships leaving
French ports portsThe por porThe portsThe
The witness told of information com ¬
ing from Captain Kendall of the liner
Montrose bound for Canada which whichstated whichstated whichstated
stated that Crippen and Ethel Leneve
I the latter disguised as a boy bo were on onj
j board boardThen boardThen boardThen
Then commenced the flight of the Scot Scot1and ¬
land Yard man across the Atlantic in
search of the accused doctor and the
final arrest when the e Montrose touched
It was at this point that the trial trialwas
was Vas Interrupted InterruptedDefense InterruptedDefense interruptedDefense
Defense Headed Off OffThe OffThe OffThe
The remains must have been burled burledlor buriedfora burledor
lor fora or a period of time between four and andeight andeight andeight
eight months judging from their con condition condition conditlon ¬
dition replied Dr Pepper in reply to
one of Prosecutor Muirs questions que tlo tll
It was absolutely Impossible Impo lble for the
remains to have ha e been buried In tne
cellar < from December 21 1 1805 I the date
when Crippen leased lea ed and moved into
the house said the surgeon
Prosecutor Muir thus took a shrewd
tack to tight the possible J > OSlbie claim which
the defense gave promise proml e of setting up
that the body bod had been burled in the
basement at 39 Hilldrop Crescent before
the Crippens moved In InArmy InArmy in inI
I Army and Navy NavyService NavyService NavyL
L Service Orders OrdersARMY OrdersARMY OrdersARMY
ARMY ARMYfftaplaln ARMYfhaplaln ARMYfThaplatn
fftaplaln HENRY L 1 DURRANT
United States Army recently ap ¬
pointed with rank from October S
1910 is assigned to the Seventeenth
Infantry InfantryColonel Infantr Infantrlonel a aColonel
Colonel lonel L MERVIN MAUS Major IAjor EK Er E1d
d BERT E PEARSONS PEAR ONS and Major
JOHN H ALLEN Medical Corps Corpsare COrl8are Corpsare
are detailed detalk > d to represent repre Aut the medical
department of the armv arm army at the meet ¬
ing of the Association of Military
Burgeons to be held in Richmond
Va from November 1 to 4 1910 9I In Inclusive inclusive Inelusive ¬
clusive clusiveFirst clusiveFirst elusiveFirst
First Lieutenant STEPHEN ABBOT
Coast Artillery Corps to his home homepreparatory homepr homepreparatory
preparatory pr > parator to hl his retirement from fromactive fromacthe fromactive
active service HrCC
NAVY NAVYCommander NAVYCommander
Commander M tr r L MILLER detached detachedConnecticut detachedConnecticut
Connecticut as executive officer to tocommand tocommand tocommand
command Glacier GlacierCommander GlacierCommander GlacierCommander
Commander H O STICKNEY to In Inspector Insp Inspector ¬
spector sp tor in charge Fourth Light LightHouse LightHouse LightEoue
House district Philadelphia Phl1 delphla Pa PaCommander PaCommander PaCommander
Commander R F LOPEZ detached detachedcommand detachedcommand detachedcommand
command Glacier to home and andorders wait waitorders
orders ordersLieutenant orderLieutenant ordersLieutenant
Lieutenant Commander L McNAMEE McNAMEEdetacited 1IcXAIEEdetacHed MeNAMEEdetached
detacHed navigator navlga or Connecticut to tPexecutive tocxecuUve toexecutive
executive officer Connecticut ConnecticutLieutenant ConnecticutLieutenant
Lieutenant Commander A St C CSMITH CSMITH
SMITH detached ordnance officer officerConnecticut officereonnecticut ofilcerConnecticut
Connecticut to duty navlgalor Con Connecticut ConnecticuL Connecticut ¬
necticut necticutLieutenant necticuLLI necticutLieutenant
Lieutenant LI < > utnant G J T ROWCLIFF detach detached detachtd detached ¬
ed Mayflower aY ower to Virginia VirginiaLieutenant VirginiaLhutenant VirginiaLieutenant
Lieutenant J B GAY detached Con Connecticut Connecticut Connecticut ¬
necticut to West Ye t Virginia as ord ordnance ordnance ordnance ¬
nance officer officerLieutenant oft otftcerLieutenant r rLIlutenant
Lieutenant L I A GOTTEN to prd prdnance ordnance rd rdnance
nance officer Connecticut ConnecticutLieutenant ConnecticutLieutenant ConnecticutLieutenant
Lieutenant A ANDREWS orders of orO ofOctober
October O < tober 11 to tc Georgia rgla revoked de detached detached dotached ¬
tached recruiting rtCruIU station Dallas DallasTex DallasTex DallasTex
Tex to Mayflower aYlloer as executive of officer ofheel oflicer ¬
heel ficerEnsign heelEnsign licerEnsign
Ensign H T DYER detached Pauld PauldIng Paulding Paulding
Ing to Drayton DraytonMidshipman Drayt DraytMIdshipman DraytoqMidshipman
Midshipman J T C HILLIARD when whendischarged whendi8Cha whendisehared
discharged di8Cha ed treatment treatm nt naval hospital hospitalLas hospItalLas hospitalLas
Las Animas Col to tf Georgia GeorgiaPassed GeorsiiLPaBSed GeorgiRPassed
Passed Assistant Paymaster PaY 8ter E H VAN VANPATTEN VANP VANFATTEN
FATTEN P A TTlN commissioned a passed NI ed as assistant assistant asIstaflt ¬
sistant paymaster from August AUGUst19I1 2 2191e
1910 1910Chief 19I1Chief 191eChief
Chief Boatswain E M 01 ISAACS de detached det1ched dotached ¬
tached Georgia to Massachusetts MassachusettsBoatswain MchusettsBoatswain MsssechusettsBoatswain
Boatswain F I MILLER to Georgia Georgiatached
Boatswain J J D PENNINGTON de detached detached
tached Massachusetts to Patapsco
ANOTHER FAN ANSWER ANSWERENLIVENS ANSWERENLIVENS ANSWERENLiVENS
ENLIVENS WANT AD GAME GAMEM
M B Johnston of ofWisonsin Wisconsin Avenue and J O Slye Slyeof Slyeof Slyeof
of Treasury Capture the Prizes PrizesAwarded PrizesAwarded PrizesAwarded
Awarded Today
The Want Vant Ad man mant ii getting setting to be a aredhot aredhot aredhot
redhot baseball fan fanSo fanSo fanSo
So are The Times readers readersAthletics readersthlrt1cs readersAthletLcs
Athletics Is the answer to yester yesterdays Y03terdas ycaterdays ¬
days problem and hundreds of answers answerswere answcrswere answerswere
were received today tOOa containing original originaland originaland originaland
and clever arrangements of the solution solutionTho solutionThe solutionThe
The women readers wee again In line lineYesterday lineYesterday
I Yesterday Yesterda they made a clean sweep of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the awards Cubs was as the proper properanswer properanswer properanswer
answer for Monday Today they the were werestrongly werestron werestrongly
strongly stron ly in the running run nln In rooting for forthe forthe
the Athletics AthleticsWinners Athletics1nners
Winners 1nners of theater tickets today are areM areM
M II B Johnston 2602 ro o Wisconsin Isconsln avenue avenueand avenueand avenueand
and J T O Slye Division of Appoint Appointments Appolntmnts Appointments ¬
ments Treasury Department DepartmentThe DepartmentTho DepartmentThe
The problem yesterday consisted of ofsupplying otsuppllng ofsupplying
supplying the missing words in a sen sentence sentence seatwice ¬
tence to form the name of a pennant pennanta pennantnRY pennantBRY
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nRY WASHINGTON WASHINGTONSLOGAN
SLOGAN OF W i a G in inThirtysixth 1 U UThirtysixth UThirtysixth
Thirtysixth Annual Conven Convention Convention Convention ¬
tion Convenes With En Enthusiastic Enthusiastic Enthusiastic ¬
thusiastic Session
Continued from First Page Pagehope Fagehopc Pagehope
hope and The liquor traffic cannot cannotbo cannotbe cannotbe
be licensed without sin sinScores sinSco sinScores
Scores Sco e3 Local Option OptionWith OptionVlth OptionWith
With Vlth several hundred women in at attendance attendance attendance ¬
tendance singing white rtbbon rally rallysongs rall rallsongs rallysongs
songs and pledging themselves to take takeup takeup takeup
up with renewed energy cner the tight for fora fora fora
a dry dr Washington Washln on Mrs Irs Union I nton Smith Smithpresident Smithpresident Smithpresident
president of the District 1C 1 C T U Uthis Uthis Uthis
this morning denounced local option optionand optionand optionand
and declared that legislation by Con Congress Congress Congress ¬
gress in behalf of prohibition was the theonly theonl3o theonly
only solution to the liquor quor proolem in inWashington Inuhlngton inWashington
Washington WashingtonO uhlngtono
O No o State can surrender Its soy sovereignty so soerelSt1t soyereignty ¬
ereignty said Mrs Smith to the theextent theextont theextent
extent of granting to a community the thechoice thechoice thechoice
choice to do wron No legislature can canshirk C8J1shirk c cshirk
shirk Its ts clear responsibility and shift shiftIt shlttIt shiftit
It to the option of a locality localityNor ocalltyNor ocalityNor
Nor has Congress hat rules this thiscity thiselt thiscity
city elt and Iceuses censes SOO 0 liquor selling sellingplaces sellingplaces
places In the Nations C Cipital pital the right rightto rlJhtto rightto
to shirk the responsibility casting It Itoff Itolr itoff
off upon the residents of the District Districtby DJ Districtby trlct
by giving them a vote ot on this subject subjectIn subjectIn
In no other matter have the people a avoice aolee avoice
voice olee
To Hold Conf Confrence rence
That temperance workers worke will hold a aconference aconference aconference
conference In Washington aahlngton following the thenational thenatlonl thenational
national W C T U conf conetence confsence ence to be beheld beheld beheld
held next month In Baltimore and that thatthey thatthey thatthey
they will plan a campafgn to be di directed directed dlrected ¬
rected at members of Congress with a aview aIe avIev
view Ie to securing legislation against againstliquor againstlIql againstliqtor
liquor lIql t traffic In the District was as the thestatement thestateltont thestatexont
statement made this morning by Mrs MrsMargaret MrsMargaret MrsIIargaret
Margaret Dye Ellis chairman of the thelegislative theleglsJathe thelegislative
legislative committee of the national nationalorganization naUonalorganization nationalorganization
organization organizationLiquor organizationLlq
Liquor Llq or conditions in Washington Washingtonsaid
said Mrs Smith president of the DIs Dlatrt DIstrio Distn
trio tn temperance workers are re rapidly rapidlygrowing rapidlygrolng rapidlygrowing
growing worse The liquor habit Is Isspreading Isspreading Isspreading
spreading among our young youn boys and andis andIs andIs
is ruining a greater number of homes homeshere homeshere
here each year ear Our only only remedy rcmed Is to tosecure tosecure
secure prohibition and the tn temperance temperancewomen temperancewomen
women of the th District of Columbia are arcprohibition aredetermined aredetermined
determined to keep up the fight until untilprohibition untilprohibition
prohibition is won wonRoutine wonRoutine wonRoutine
Routine Matters MattersThis MattetsThis MattersThis
This mornings session of the conven convention convention convention ¬
tion was devoted largely t > routine routinematters routinematters routInematters
matters The address of woicome wt come to tothe tothe tothe
the convention was delivered i y Rev RevE RevE RevE
E T Mowbray pastor of AVJCendree AVJCendreeMethodist 1oKendree1ethOOl8t itKendreeMethodist
Methodist Church and an eloquent re response response response ¬
sponse made by b Mrs A T Hanson HansonMrs HansonIrs HansonMrs
Mrs Irs Wilbur Ubur F Crafts told of oi a a trio
to Iceland and others who participated partfclpoted1n
In the program were Mrs rs Fred Beall
Mrs G T Shinnick and Mrs Alphonzo
Hart Mrs Emma Shelton recording
secretary secretar Mrs Clayton E Emlg cor corresponding corresponding corresponding ¬
responding secretary secreta y Mrs Charles I IGranfleld P PGranfield PGranhleld
Granfleld treasurer and an Mrs Charles CharlesHall CharlesHall CharlesHall
Hall auditor read reports of the past pastyears pastyears pastyears
years work ork Brief talks were made by b bIrs
Mrs Irs E E Richardson Mrf IrF S D La LaFetra LaFetra LaFetra
Fetra and Mrs C E Gresham GresharaAt GreshhmAt GreshamAt
At 1239 the convention adjourned for forluncheon forluncheon forluncheon
luncheon in tho basement of the church churchnhd churchaM churchatd
nhd the afternoon program consisted consistedof
of informal addresses addressesAmong addre addressesAmong s sAmonl
Among those contributing to the after afternoon aCtOlnoon afternoon ¬
noon program were wereJennie Mrs Jennie Robin Robinson Robinson Robinson ¬
son vice president at large Mrs Irs Isaac IsaacClark IsaacClark IsaacClark
Clark Mrs Don P Blaine Mrs Mar Margaret Margaret ¬
garet Dye Ellis Mrs T A Williams Williamsblrz
Mrs lrs C P Granfield Mrs C E EmJg Emifj j
Mrs E S Westcott gtcott Miss nss Eleanor
Walker Talker Mrs Nellie eme H Bradley Mrs I
Emma S Shelton Miss Hilda North NorthDr j
Dr Patience Sisco Mrs lrtt Mildred Shinn ShinnMrs Shinnlrs ShinnMrs I
Mrs lrs IV V E EL De Kleiner Rlcmt > r Mrs Edith Wll Wllley Wilicy V11 I IIe
icy Ie Miss Jennie Smith mlth and Miss 115S Susan
Pollock PollockThe PollockTh PolloekThe
The Th convention will continue through throughout throughout throughout ¬
out tomorrow morning and afternoon afternoonPIMLICO afternoonPIMLICO afternoonPIMLICO
PIMLICO ENTRIES
I FOR TOMORROW TOMORROWPIMLICO
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PIMLICO pn LICO KiCE l E TRACK Md Oct Oct19Plmllco Oct19PImIico
19 19Plmllco Plmllco entries for Thursday Octo October Oct Octber October2O ¬
ber ber2O ber2OFirst 20 20First 20First
First race raceIIalden Maiden threeyearolds and andup andun andup
up six furlongs Belle Agnes 112 Old
Erin lOs French Girl 105 1O 0 Rokeby Rokeb los
I Llllie Hoy 105 1 < < 1 MIspllllon 112 Oghwago Oghwago1G OhwagaII
1G II Rampage > 112 Drachme 112 Peep
Shot 112 Duncraggen Duncrag en Hi Eulalia May I
i l 106 Isendune > 103 103Second 6 6I t
Second ccond race raceThree3oearolds Threeyearolds and up upselling upsetUn upselling
selling setUn mile and a sixteenth Golconda J i
I 114 Neoskaleata IM iO M Captain Swan Swanson Swannon
son 116 Question MarIe 114 Harvey F
105 3 Hlri Hill Top 108 El Oro 117 Tempter Tempter1i t
i 105 I 1i < < i Henry Henr Munroe 182 Charivari CharhariI 112 112Banr I
I Bang Banr lOt Algronel 1 102
Third race raeTwoyearolds Twoyearolds six fur furlongs furlongs furlongs ¬
longs Heatherbroom Ill Footlights FootlightsHecuba
12 Ifecuba 99 I 9 Horizon US 11 Meridian lIcridlanCherish MeridianCherish
122 Cherish 102 Babbler Jill Adams AdamsExpress AdamsExpre8s AdamsExpress
Express 112 11 Castanla 142 10 Aldrlan 122 122Cloud 12Cloud 122Cloud
Cloud 197 Touch Me 114 114Fourth n4Fourth 114Fourth
Fourth race race1oIt ML Washington Steeple Steeplechase Steeplec1lale Steeplechase ¬
chase two miles Tourney Tourne 160 161 The TheWelkin ThereflJn rheelkln
Welkin elkln i 10 4iO 0 Jesuit 147 l4 Judge Cronin
142 14
142Fifth
Fifth race raccStatrord Stafford Purse threeyear threeyearolds threeyearolds threeyearohis
olds and up mile and a a furlong Love LoveTie LoveTie LoveTie
Tie lOP oi Everett 1O5 I Montgomery 18S 18SHampton 105Hampton
Hampton Court 100 Busy Bus 100 Bonnie
Kelso lilt 1O Reybourn 100 100Sixth 14OSixth
Sixth race raceThreeearolds Threeyearolds and up upW upmile u umile
mile and seventy yards ards J T H HouSh HouShton I
ton n3 Medallion 113 Our Hannah HannahJiM Hannah1o
W JiM Hampton Court 113 Bonnie Kelso KelsoliS
118 M Cambon 110 Sandriun los Un Uncas Uncas
cas Chief 106 Bob R US nigh 111 < h Private PrivateIIS PrhateApprentice Private1i
IIS 1i
Apprentice allowance clotued Track Trackfast Trackfast Trackfast
fast weather cather clear
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winning baseball baseball team Tho sentence sentencefollows sentencefollows sentencefollows
follows followsThe followsThe followsThe
The defeated defeated the Cubs Cubsin CubsIn CubsIn
in first game of the thech championship championshipseries championshipseries mplonshlp mplonshlpsorles
series making a total of seven sevenand sevenand sevenand
and only one But for fortimely fortlmel fortimely
timely tlmel single ng1e the ninth in inning Innlng Infling ¬
fling to Held upon which ICHngs ICHngshit Klingshit IcUngshit
hit J a run rud the Cubs would have havobeen bavobeen havebeen
been whitewashed whitewashedThe whitewashedThe
The missing mlssin words ords in this problem problemwere prob1emwere problemwere
were Athletics The Hits Lone Er Error
ror rot Tinkers In Center Scored ScoredThe ScoredTh ScoredThe
The Th answers ans r8 came in bunches Ath ¬
letics day da was the most popular so far farIn farIn
In the contest contestTheater contestTheater
I Theater tickets this week will be beawarded beawarded beawarded
awarded for performances of Tho ThoI
I Third Degree Dp ee at the Columbia and for
The Summer Widowers at the Be
lasco Tho former Is a virile drama dramawhich dramawhich dramawhich
which won on marked success upon a long
New York run It is an expose of police policemethods poUcemethods
methods in largo cities The Belasco Belascoattraction Belascoattraction Belascoattraction
attraction Is a a mammoth musical revue revueof revueof revueof
of the type that has made Low Fields Fieldsnoted FieldsI Fieldsnoted
noted as a J producer producerCriminal produceriSPEGIAL producerSPECIAL
iSPEGIAL SPECIAL GRAND JURY JURYIN JURYIN
IN ALEXANDRIA SETS SETSCriminal SETSCriminal
Criminal Cases Presented PresentedAfter PresentedAfter PresentedAfter
After Charge of ofjudge Judge Bar Barley Barley Barley ¬
ley Is Administered
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A special ap < tcllll grand jury composed compo ed of ofB orB efB
B Beer Jr C W v Howell P T liar Harrington lhrrlnston liarrinton
rington s L Monroe E S Leadbeater LeadbeaterJ
J T E W V TImberman C H Callahan CallahanT
T W V Robinson and C B Sawn met metat metat metat
at the Courthouse at 0 oclock this thismorning thismorning thismorning
morning After Judge Barley had de delivered delivered delivered ¬
livered a a charge the jurors reUred and andthe aOOthe andthe
the Commonwealths attorney presented pre presentedthe entecl enteclI
I the following cases to the grand jury juryJames juryI juryJames
James McCain colored maliciously maliciouslyand maliciouslyI maliciouslyand
I
and 00 felonoasly feloftOa ly killing > a mule Jam JamJones James JamesJones Tame TameJone
I
Jones colored larceny of a horse horseHenry horseHenr horseHenry
Henry Henr Johnson John on colored grand lerceny lercenyEllis lercen lercenEllis lercenyEllis
Ellis West Mt colored robbery robberyIn
In the pollee court this morning Harry Harr HarrJones
Jones colored was before Justice Ca Caton Caton Caton
ton having ba Ing be been n arrested arre ted by Policemen PolicemenBell
Bell and Rawlett charged with selling sellingcocaine I
cocaine His case ca was wa continued until untiltomorrow unOltomorrow untiltomorrow
tomorrow tomorrowThe tomorrowThe
l The board of police pol commissioners comml l lters will I
lbokl hoW a a meeting m eting at the mayors r of otflce nee
I in the city hall this evening eYent when vhenness whenmany whenmany
many matters In relation to police buM bwdnC8IJ buMnoes
ness will be transacted
The Reliance Steam Fire Bngjne zgine Com Company CompallY Cornpaiy ¬
pany No 5 held a a meeting at their
hall In North Patrick street last t even ¬
ing and transacted tnLn acted routine business businessi bu businesA tnt88 tnt88A
i A meeting of those interested in the
purchase and an < < development of land at
Cameron ameron and West We t streets > > was 8 held at
I the rooms of the Chamber of Com
merce last ast evening eveningMi eveningI eveningMt
I Mi Mt It y Vernon Royal Arch Chapter No o
14 held a mating at the tabernacle tabernaeleI
I last evening when 1 the M L M and P M I
t j i degrees de reM were conferred on a class cia of
candidates candidatesA
I A dance P0 will 111 be given givenby by the Wednes ¬
day Night Assembly Aasem I at the Elks Hall
i I this evening eveningCongress eenlnlI eveningATER
I I I WATER ATER MAIN PIPE PIPEWELGO PIPEWELCOME
WELGO WELCOME E IN SUBURB SUBURBCongress SUBURBCongress
Congress Heights Extension ExtensionBegun ExtensionBegun ExtensionBegun
Begun by City With 50
000 Available AvailableWASHINGTON A AvailableWASHINGTOX vaiIable vaiIableI
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The first steps toward the actual work
of extending the city cft water mains to
Congress Congro Heights are being taken to ¬
day da Large lots of twentyInch pipe are
being hauled along the proposed route
from Pennsylvania avenue extended extendedwestward extendedwestward extendedwestward
westward along Minnesota avenue to
Anacostla and then in a southerly southerl di direction direction direction ¬
rection up Nichols avenue a venue past the
Government Hospital for the Insane Insaneand Imaneand Insaneand
and and into Congress Heights district As
the pipes continue into Congress Congre Heights
there th re will be a reduction in their size sizeprobably sizeprobably sizeprobably
probably to twelve or ten Inches There
Is an appropriation of 5Oi for this thiswork thiswork
work with an additional amount to be
derived from the revenues of the water
department departmentMarried departmentlIarrled departmentMarried
Married men of Congress Heightshave Hcghtshaveeclded
decided < eclded that they
should have
an op opportunity opportunlt opportunity ¬
portunity of becoming better acquainted
to the end that the social life may be
benefited As a means of otaccompUsh accomplish ¬
ing this they have planned to give an
oyster o ster roast on n a a suitable spot near
Congress Heights H Itl in the near future
where they the will 1II spend the evening In
merry fashion Invitation are being
sent out outPolicemen outPolicemen outPolicemen
Policemen J T L 1 Farmer and Frank T
Dent members of the Anacostla force
are confined to thefr respective homes
by illness illnessMartin IllncssMartin IllnessMartin
Martin McNamara a Washington con
tractor has ha asked the police at Ana ¬
costla to prevent parties from stealing steatln
a quantity quantit of timber that he has had
stored near the old Anacostla bridge
Fire caused by the explosion of a coal L
oil stove In the home of W Wi V T Ander ¬
son Ronon on Pennsylvania avenue extended
Damage was 5 5ALIMONY 5ALIMONY
ALIMONY RULED OUT OUTBUT OUTBUT OUTBUT
BUT FEE IS ORDERED ORDEREDThough ORDEREDThough ORDEREDThough
Though temporary alimony was not notallowed notallowed notallowed
allowed Justice Stafford Sta ord today ordered orderedDr orderedDr L LDr
Dr Daniel W V Higgins to pay his wifeMls wifeMrs wife wifeMrs
Mrs Anna nna Catherine Higgins or her herattorney herlttorney henattorney
attorney 60 i for use in prosecuting her hersuit herNit hensuit
suit for a limited divorce divorceMrs divorceIrs divorceMrs
Mrs Irs Higgins brought suit on the tbeground t theground e eground
ground that her husband had refused refusedher refusedher I Iher
her admittance to their homy hQm after afte she
had returned from a l visit 181t lit Maryland arland
This was as denied by the physician who whochargcd vhocharged nvhccharged
charged his wife with infidelity In his hisanswer hl8auswer hl hlanswer
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Traders Take Profits Prof ts on First F rst Break fora for a Week feek
ISHARPRE SHARP REACTION CTION IN STOCK LIST LISTWITH LISTI
I I WITH SOME RECOVERIES RECOVERIESGOSSIP RECQVER1ESGOSSIP RECOVERIESGOSSIP
GOSSIP OF DAY
NEW YORK Oct 13 19It It was wa a case of oftake attako oftake
take profits and get ayay quickly this thismorning thisthorning
morning At that the reaction was Vas de decidedly alecldediy lecldcdly ¬
cidedly modest In view lew of the recent recentmaintained recentmaintained recentmaintained
maintained upward trand The hand handsome han hansome handsome
some profits were rather tempting but butthe butthe butthe
the market took the liquidation yester yesterday YMterday yesterday ¬
day afternoon and again this morning morningwith
jwith with iUl Just a cessation of forward head headway ho headway d dway
I way and a a modest reaction In values valueshe
J lPhe he first little shock of o the morning morningcame morningcame morningcaine
came when the announcement was 28 made madethat madethat
that the Bank of O England would raise raiseIts ralattIts raiseits
I Its rate of discount tomorrow Eng English En EnU English ¬
lish U h investors were therefore ther fore unwilling unwillingto
to carry American shares with the in increased Increased Increased ¬
i 1 I creased rates and some little foreign foreignstock foreignstock foreignstock
stock was thrown on the market Lon Londons Lendons ¬
dons tilk of an increased bank rate was waslargely waslttrgeb waslargely
largely due to the Egyptian demand for forgold forgold forgold
gold goldSpeculative goldRpecolative goldSpecciative
Speculative sentiment however con continues contlnuOtl continues ¬
tinues quite bullish on the Immediate Immediatestock bnmedlatostock fmxnediatostock
stock market mark t outlook Profit realizing realizinghag realizinghas aiizing aiizingha
hag ha been easily absorbed so far and ev everyhine overthlnz everthinnr
eryhine seems to indicate Indl te that those tho e re responsible rcsOn responsible ¬
sponsible sOn lble for the moment rise in prices pricesIntend pricesIntend pricesintend
Intend to carry it further The sharp sharpadvance sharpadance sharpadvance
advance has drawn some of the big bigmen bigmtn bigmen
men into the market again In and specu speculation speculation speculatlon ¬
lation on the part of the th public has been beenmuch beenmuch beenmuch
much Improved within the last week weekvisIt A Avisit Avisit
visit among mong customers rooms found foundthat foundthat foundthat
that a majority of the rank nk and file of ofthe orthe ofthe
the public is still tm skeptical akcptl l of the genu
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Rock Rockislpd 134 pfd 67 ei 7 67 e I 67 67St 6Pr 6PrSt
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Wabash com 19 ISfc 18fc 18 ½ I UK UKWabash 111 111Wabasb 1 1Wabash V
Wabash pfd 4fK 39 3 384 3ei i i 494 494Wls 4isVis 4
Wls Vis Cent com 53 W SSfe i8 ½ tefe if ½ I Mfe MfeWestern IfIbWestern 20 20Western ½
Western Md 49 45 < Sfe 5 ½ 4Sfe 4S ½ I 49 49The 9 9The 9The
The Vital Records RecordsJohn RecordsBirths RecordsBirths
Births Birthsfohn BirthsJohn
John R and Mary C Dorsey Dorse boys boystwins bostwlcs boystwins
twins twinsLcWTonce twlcsLcr
LcWTonce Lcr e L awl Sadie ML M Dulln boy boyCharles boylarJes boytlries
Charles < < T and Mary llal J Brown boy boySamuel boySaliiu boySamuel
Samuel Saliiu < < I M L and Annie HollWge girl girlJames girlJam girlJamee
James Jam K and Ella Mayhugh girl girlDevM girlDvld girlDvi4
DevM and Ida Chaplan boy boyJonas be beJonas boyJonas
Jonas A A and Elsie JUchaette o cbaeJtc boy boyIrvine Do DoInme boyIrvine
Irvine and Elsie G Utterback girl girlRea girlRe girlRea
Rea Re P and Laura M u Wright V rlht boy boyKm boymplson boyEmeison
Km Emeison mplson f i son W and Edna Matthews lIatth s girl girlJohn girlJ girtJohn
John J hn and Ida Girden boy boyFimon boyjmon boyFirnon
Fimon jmon and Line Feldman F ldman girl girlRobert girlRobert irl irlRoLrt
Robert L and Maria V Gttatos girl glrLOtJo girlDUo girlOtio
DUo W and Anna M u K B Bauer Bauergirl BauerSlrl Bauergirl
girl girlLtwon SlrlLtwou girlLtwOn
Ltwon R and Blanche Smith boy boyMarriage be beMarriage boyMarriage
Marriage licenses licensesWallace LicenSesWallace
Wallace A Whittaker and Ethel A ADavis ADavis ADavis V
Davis both of Washington WashingtonMaine Washington1oIatlieo WashingtonMatfew
Maine 1oIatlieo w D Crackel of Cleveland Ohio Ohioand Ohioand Ohioand
and Mary Iar Etta Wood ood of Washington WashingtonWilliam WashingtonWilliam WashingtonWilliam
William N Hallock of Bath N Y Yand Yand Yand
and Shelby Lee Robinson of o Wash Washington WashDonald nsh nshIngton ¬
ington ingtonDonald IngtonDonald
Donald McCurley McCurle of Woodside Mu Muand Mtland ML MLand
and May Thor of Plttsburg Pa PaJoseph PaIoseph
Joseph H Mathews and Katherine L LSmith LSmith LSmith V
Smith both of Orange Va VaFrank VaFrank VaFrank
Frank Wynfcoop and Bertha Priest Priestboth Pr1 Priestboth t tboth
both of loudoun County Va VaLouis VaLouis VaLouis
Louis W Meyers M < 3yers and Mabel E THden THdenboth TUdenboth Tlidenboth
both of Providence Pr vldence R I IGeorge IGeorge IGeorge
George L Watt and Ellen Flagg both bothof bothof bothof
of Washington WashingtonArthur WashingtonArthur WashingtonArthur
Arthur C 1 Small of Atlanta Ga and andMary andlIar I IMary
Mary lIar T Cassler of Hagerstown Md
John W Sherwood of Washington and a 1d
Mary H Hoskinson of Derwood Md
Clifford Gaskins and Sarah N Lay Laycock La Lacock Laycock
cock both of Washington WashingtonGeorge WashingtonGeorge
George W iv p Alling and Florence Thomp ¬
son both of Washington WashingtonWilliam WashingtonVnUam WashingtonWilliam
William F Webb and Susie O Syme
both of Washington WashingtonJohn WashingtonJohn WashingtonJohn
John F Gray and Myrtle M rtle E Coshers
both of Winchester Va VaRobert VaRobert
Robert E L 1 Hunt of o Waycross Ta cross Go Goand GJand GaandMaybelle
and andMaybelle Maybello F Alcott of o Brooklyn BrooklynDeaths
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Deaths DeathsCharles DeathsCharles DeathsCharles
Charles R Dan Da SB 3 years Georgetown L
University Hospital HospitalFlorence HospitalFlorence HospitalFlorence
Florence Ramage 40 years ears Stbley SINe Hos Hospital Hospital HospitaL ¬
pital pitalFritz pitalFritz V VEls
Fritz Els K 5 years ears 1680 Levis street streetnortheast streetnortheast streetnortheast
northeast northeastRichard northeastRichard northeastRichard
Richard Hall 56 years 3502 M II street streetnorthwest streetnorthwest streetnorthwest
northwest northwestJulia northwestJulia northwestJulia
Julia A Nlland 70 years IHO 11i Twentieth Twentiethstreet Twentiethstreet 1 1street
street northwest northwestVirginia northwestVirginia northwestVirginia
Virginia Beatty 3S S years Garfield I
Hospital HospitalWinifred HospitalWinifred HospitalWinifred
Winifred Ganley Ganle 65 6 years 322 Good I
Hope Road Anacostla AnacostlaDewitt AnacostlaDewitt AnacostiaDewItt
Dewitt J Apgar 71 years ears 1006 H street streetnorthwest streetnorthwest I Inorthwest
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ineness of the advance in prices and anduntil andutull anduntil
j until this skepticism Is overcame overo me the thepublio thepubllo thepublic
public will 111 not enter heavily Into the themarket th thnarkot themarket
market marketProfessionals marketProfessionals narkotProfe
Professionals Profe lonals were very ry busy bu y right rightfrom rIShtfrom nlhtfrom
from the open opento opening making strOD strong play pl8yto
to gather in stop orders which have havebeen havebeen
been generally scattered in the list for forseveral forsei forseveral
several sei ral days So far as could be ascer ascertained ascertained ascertamed ¬
tained the big men of the Street have havenot havenot havenot
not been liquidating securities 3eC rltles even eventhough eventllough eventhough
though they have certainly c talnly had oppor opportunity opportunity opportunity ¬
tunity for modest mode t output It was as the thefirst thelrst thefirst
first setback for a full week something
In itself rather remarkable and indica indicative Indlcatfv indicative ¬
tfv tive of the power KWer of the bull clique cliqueImmediately cfqueImmediattly cliqueImmediately
Immediately following followln the opening the thelist theIl8t thelist
list started to lower levels Reading
breaking from 183 the high to 361 361the 1i1the 111 111the
the low Union Pacific broken from 174 174to 174to 174to
to 172 17 l72l the tb low coming shortly after 11 11oclock noclock 11oclock
oclock while the rest of the list was wasyielding wasIeldlng wasyielding
yielding an average of about a point pointwise pointall pointall
all around Steel dropped but other otherwise otherwise
wise most of the declines were within withinthe withinthe withinthe
the point average averageFrom BerageFrom averageFrom
From the low there was a a fair reac reaction reaction reaction ¬
tion the aggressive taking of stocks was wasabsent wasabsent wasabsent
absent but there was enough iough life to it itto Itto itto
to scare scaro the short sellers into coming comingunder comingunder comingunder
under cover coverThe coverTherally
The Therally rally in Union Pacific Pa < l c was waspoint 7i0 7i0point < tt ttpoint
point in Reading In Steel and andthroughut 4W fct fctthroughout
throughout throuth ut the less important securities
Copper was very ver weak and Load was wasalso wasalso wasalso
also a weak sister sisterThere sl sisterThere ter terThere
There wa Yo a loss Io of 1h point of the therecovery theecovery therecovery
recovery on the average in the second secondhour secondhour secondhour
hour oT the afternoon and at 2 oclock oclockthere oclocktbere oclockthere
there was less doing dol g with the prospects prospectsof
of a quiet dosing clo Ing
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Todays Today s New York Stock Exchange Prices PricesQuotations PricesQcotaUOtlS PricesQcttlcn
Quotations famished by W W B Hlbb Bib ba i Co Member New York Stock E Ea Eachartre Escaga
chartre washington Stock Exchange aD 4 Chlcco Bou4 of Trade Plbb endlDS >
EAILEOADS EAILEOADSM ItA TTROADS
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Atlantic Coast Linel LlneI8 Line 130 119 119V4J2x 11 119S I I8 I8Delto 1 113alto
Delto Balto Ohio com com118 J 8 1 1t8 3 M8 I 11tM4 11tM4Dalto 190 190Ilaito tn tnBalto
Balto Ohio ofd fd I IDrooktyn fOH fOHBrooklyn I IBrooklyn °
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Canadian Pacinc Paclfic1 1SSV4 ½ 193 1 I 198 J 1199n 1199nc J 199 199C V Va
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Chesa Ohio 88 88Y 80 8S 8 sa I MV4 MV4C swr S4i S4iC
C r and GW G new 22 l 2W 20 3ft tt I ICM S SCM 2114 2114CM
CM St P com com12m 127 127 127 lW ¼ I 128 128C 4b 4bCo
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C N W com corn13 IfiWi 4 MS 14 1 Hi 1 II IICol 1 1Col 140 140Col
Col South com 6tV eM4 14 61 e 9014 Vi I IDel iOJ iOJDel 20 20Del
Del Hudson Hudsonle 1 160 > K > 4 1 l8 120 v2 MHUIWI MHUIWIDeLJC llM 100 11XU 11XUDeLIac1c I ipt41 ipt41DeLLaclcVestern
DeLJC DeLIac1c DeLLaclcVestern ack Western WesternDenT I iIit iIitDon 20 20Den
DenT Don R G Gcom34t com iHtt M M4 11tI M I 3 3I 3IDtn 34DonRGPfd i iDen
Den DonRGPfd R G pfd I 178 178Erie 11 11Erie
Erie com a ¼ 26 2 29 ½ I 1Brit 3H4 3H4Eric 32 32Erie ½
Eric latnfd latnfdErie 1st nd 50 fA II I 61 61Erie 11Erie
Erie M d pfd pfdGreat I IOreat IGreat
Great North pfd pfdlJI IMi 129H 129 12 129 i I MW MWHocking lienBocldng 11014 11014socking
Hocking Valley Valle com m H HIllinois 1 110 110Illinois It It11l1nol8
Illinois Central Central13 1W 1 1JS l itS I6 I6Inter I IIi IIiInter 110Inter
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Am Ice Securities 21 t JOJ 2R 1 at 5I1 i I 21 21Am 214 214Am 1 1Am
Am Loco com 41 4t 4 401 i I 41 41Am 41Am 41 41Am
Am Loco pfd 0 0Am MK MKAm
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Am Sugar Refcu Ret Re 119 1 U 129 11 111 11194 11194Am 1115 1115Am I 1154
Am Sugar Ret yti pf > J 0 j 111 I u iiAm i iAm
Am Am Tel Te Tel 186V4 II 120 ½ 1M 1 M9 1 1 1A 1WH 1WHAm r rAle
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Am A Woolen Woen com 32 3 3S 3 22 I 32H 3 31nn
Am A Woolen Woe pd pd saH 9 98s v 9641 56 ½ J 9H 9HAnaconda I
Anaconda Acon Copper Coppeu 4 4W i e 4214 H 4Xt 12 1 4 si Vi I
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Cent Cent Leather Lther pfdMH pdJ pM M 1 ss4 4 M 14011 i I MCH 201
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General Generl G eneral Electric Eetrlc JCtfe IMK 1 IMH IS I IMii 1 osi
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Great G Inter I ntor reat Northern Paper Norern Ore os WH M es ieK I oe I I Intor 08 0
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NEW YORK CURB MARKET MARKETF 1lRKET 1lRKETFmih MARKETFsnished
F Fmih Fsnished rateed to The Te Vasblnstea Wa lngn Clmes lme ise by b r
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October Octber nn 1444 14 1457 1443 1457 145 145
December Deeber n 1445 1455 15 1443 143 14S5 141 141
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DR DR WOODROW HONORED HONOREDThe
The Rev Dr D Samuel Smuel H Woodrow Woodrowpastor Vrodrow Vrodrowptor Woodrontpastor
pastor ptor of the First Frt Congresati Congatat CongatatChurch Congregatiia CongregatiiaChurch aal aalChurch
Church has keen een elected el cled president prdent of ofthe o oth
the th Congregational Congregtonal Home Missionary MissionarySociety Misslonar MisslonarSociety IhlonarySocl I
Socl Society t at Its It annual annual meeting meetng now in insession Insesion ii a asession
session sesion In Boston Mass as This is I the thenational thenaUQnal th e enational
national society of the Congregational CongregationalChurch J JChurch
Church which plants plat churches In new newand newad ne V Vand
and ad neglected nelectl localities localtie curce assists ait feeble feeblechurches 0 0churches
grantsV grants churches nt and ad works Work among amons immi immigrants lm 1 1grants ¬
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GOOD BOND TRADE TRAOEON TRADEON
ON LOGAL LOCALEXCHANGE LOCALEXCHANGEPotomac EXGHANGE EXGHANGEPotomac
Potomac Consolidated Consoldated 5s the theFavorite theFavoriteGeneral theFavoriteGeneral
Favorite FavoriteGeneral General Stock StockList StockList StockV StockList
V List Was Very Quiet QuietA Quiet QuietA
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A tar fairly large lare business was transacted transactedin
in I bonds bO six si different dUfe8 Issues S being bng
traded tde in I all at good go prices pee Potomac PotomacConsolidated Ptomc PtomacConsolidated I
Consolidated Consite Fs s were again agn the t Tavor TavorIte TavorItes avr avre
Ite Ites e the te comparatively comvey low lw price pe at atwhich atwhich i iWh1ch
which they t are selling HHn making mkg easy e the theabsorption te teabton theabsorption
abton absorption of e the relatively reJve large ge offer offerings otc offerhigs ¬
lugs for there thee seems S6J to t be b a supply supplyavailable spply spplyaviable supplyavailable
aviable available every ee day d Th T The Street Seet con consld cn conalders i
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fOn founders of the te iMtituttoa IDtut and strong t
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to S per cent cett3rrow tomorrow At t this Ui level levelwe 16el 16elwe
we would wol favor purchases lrL < e Profession Professionals Poe ¬ I
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stock snk had hd been hen sold s and an that tb this t in increased Incr5 Increased ¬
creased cr5 supply had ba fcfrced the halt in
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covered few fe sicns sbn of o it it The bond bnd mar marret ¬ V
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from that tat department denren show w that tt tho de demand de do domauLl ¬
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V GARY DEFENDS DEFENDSTHE DEFENDSI DEFENDSTHE
I THE MILLIONAIRE MILLIONAIRECHICAGO MILLIONAIRE MILLIONAIRECHCAGO MILLIONAIRECHICAGO
CHICAGO CHCAGO HL Oct Ot 1AneUo 13AssertIng Asserting that thatmiulooaires thatmDI thatmiDloinaires
miulooaires mDI are a me a patriotic 1 s human humanand lI btIflfland
and aD M concerned ee for t < the t vetfare eae e1taTe r rtr f ftheir ftheIr
their tr brother as A an anGary a any o other lais E E I H HGary
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Steel See Corporation Ca and 8 president et of the thenight thatAmerican
Am American I most and S Steel Itc InstItute lat last lastnight
night Dt made m a 8 defence dofe for the t man m o ogreat of ofgreat
great wealth wet and condemned the calam ¬
ity It bowler bowlerMr bwl bowlerMr a cnden t eD
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th the banquet bnuet board br Gov G C S Deneen Deneenof Dneen Dneeno Deneenof
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