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p Irregularity Irregularityon on Wall Street StreetSome Some Gatns WereMadt Were Made
NEW YORK Oct 38 iThat That there I Imuch is ismuch
much eoptlci coi tkiim m prevailing in the Street Streetrespecting Streetres Streetrespeitiig
respecting res eCtl the ability blUty of the stock > lock mar market market market ¬
ket t tft retain most t of the advance ad vance it ithas Ithas Ithas
has had during durl the Ut last month became becameevident becameeldfnt becameevident
evident throjigh the mixed sentiment sentimentthat sentimentthat sentimentthat
that has again 31 n developed following < yes yesterdays yesterday yesterdays ¬
terdays terday reactionary tendency of the thelist tholIst the1ist
list Much disappointment was mani manifested manifested manifested ¬
fested at it the t failure on the part of the thepublic thepUblic thepubftc
public to respond r pond more generously to tothe tothe tothe
the boom that has been under way 8y In Instocks Instocks Instocks
stocks and many counting on Monday Mondayas onday i
as a good day on which hlch to realize reall profits profitswere pcOfttswere pcotltswere
were disappointed in their market That ThatmaniiHilation ThRtmaDaHllatiQn ThatInanflHIItion
maniiHilation has played I lay a moat impor important imllOrtant linportent ¬
tant part in the recent rise in stocks is isdtniantf Isconhrm Isc
conhrm c nftrmed < od by th the flattening out oC the thedtruanI j
dtniantf d man in the bond market the invest investment investmeet ¬
meet buying which began before the thespeculation thesptculatlon thespeculation
speculation became active in the stock stockmarket stockmarkt stockmark
market mark t having entirely disappeared disappearedNotwithstanding dlsappeftredot disappearedotIthstandIns
Notwithstanding ot otIthstandIns ith landlng the changed situation situationthose situationthose situationthose
those who have been beE l most active in the themarket themarket themarket
market lately are still of the opinion opinionthat opinionthat opinionthat
that while hlle the h list may IDa continue lo tinue irregu irreguar ¬
lar ar for a while the upward movement
has not yet reached its culmination
The market may suffer a little further furthersetback Curthers furthersetback
setback s > tback but for the th present r nt preference preferenceshould Ireferenceshould
should be given to the th long side Ide of the themarket themarket themarket
market on the th > reactions rather than thanshort tha11short thanshort
short selling 8e1ll around these levels
There was nothing like the volume of
trading tradl that has ha characterized the
I market for some time past The list listwas 11stas listwas
was as uncertain in the action of the mar market market market ¬
ket some declines docJt some rallies but butother butother butother
other than in the three leaders le ders the thetrend thetrend thetrend
trend was unsettled with 1th some net netlosses net1088e8 netlosses
losses The leaders again monopolized monopolizedthe
the trading to the usual u large extent extentIn oxtentIn extentIn
In the specialties Interurban showed showedbetter showedbetter showedbetter
better tone and made 1 14 recovery recover Gen General General Genera ¬
eral era Electric also acted well with a apoint apoint apoint
point recovery and Delaware and Hud Hudson Hud80n Hudson ¬
son made the samo loss lossSt 1018St leesSt
St Paul was one of the weak at one onetime onetime onetime
time being beln 1 l4i below the nnal nal figures figuresof 1iuresof
of yesterday with Uh a recovery re < over of all but buth butTCI butI
h I TCI TCIU point pointThe pointThe
The Big BI U Three started off at frac fractional Cractlonal rae raetional ¬
tional declines decftneas and then gradually grad u a11 re regained regained regained ¬
gained their strength to a noon level levelIn levelat levelat
at to point net gain In the market marketthat markethoweer markethowever
however moving 8Iu sluggishly 18hly There was wasome wassome
some > coverin covering oC shorts and some bUY bUYIng buylug
lug for an a a4vanee vnce baNd on tll tl belief bellerthat beliefthat
that the management man e nt of the campaign campaignwould campaignwould campaignwould
would not permit a recession rece ion at this thistime thistlmL thintime
time timeSome timeSome I ISome
Some selling by b Keene caused cau e com comment corn1teflt ¬
ment mente but the Street did not Ot take much muchstock muchlItock muchstock
stock in it as but a short time ago agoKeene agoK agoKeene
Keene K ne was accredited with lth acting ag aggressively agreuhely aggressively ¬
gressively on the bull side sideThe sideThe sideThe
The quarterly report of the Steel com company company cornny ¬
pany ny IK expected to show earnings eRrnln from fromW5000WV from35tOO000
3 W5000WV foOOoon to 38000000 lo4O as high hl h It was wasalso wasalso vas vasalso
also intimated that the meeting of the thodirectors tliedirectors thedirectors
directors to be held this af afternoon ternoon might mightdevelop mightlevelop mightdevelop
develop a pleasant surprise surprl surprisealthough surprisealthoughthe eUbough eUboughth although althoughthe
the th Street does not oxnect anything im important Importnt heportant ¬
portant despite rumors
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est on the local exchange The Th demand
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a sufficient inquiry for Gas to take
all offered otC red around 7S 7S4 6 and 2SO shares sharess
sold at thl thIs I1ure ure and is Some one
paid 100 j0 tor or usa c certilkates rtiftcateg s although althou h
Just why may never develop Novem oem
her l when stock will have rights
is s not far
away aW8 There seems > to be
seine inclination on the part of a few
traders to anticipate a
legal upset of
the action of the shareholders or the
Gas Company taken ten days dRy agothc agothcw
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LONDONOct LONDON Oct iXews Editor P1
I ris of the thendOn Xondon ondon Chronicle was line
i j tlOOU UOO lOOt and cdstx egs today tOOa for publishingr uublishin an analleged
i i alleged confession conf Ion of Dr H IL H Crippen Crippenshortly Crippenshortly
shortly hortJ after Crippens arrest by In Inpetor
ispector P tor Dew De In Canada
I Perri Ferris was committed to Jail jxsndins pon i
I the > payment pa ment of the line The allese alleseconfession alle allege1confession e l lI
I confession was lIS contained In a dispatch dispatchsent dispatchsent
sent to London from Montreal Shortly
after its publication contempt of court courtproceedings courtproceedings courtproceedings
proceedings were instituted against the thepaper thelP8per thepaper
lP8per paper by the state stat
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tf t the he top nevertheless th stock market m cet so n 0 0ar
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as A s it has ignored hardening money rates ratespolitical rattlfpolltlc1 I Iolitical
political p olitical contingencies and alt U other in ii iiuences ¬
fluences Il uences which a short time ago 0 were wereviewed wez e
viewed v 1 00 with lth great alarm Such a broad broadening broadnlng brossning ¬
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1 in n Wall all street in over a year It ha hanot has hasnot L Lot
not n ot be been > n a popular market as the public pubi Ic Icas
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silver s cup given by the Chamber eC eCCommerce orCommerce 01Commerce
Commerce for the winner In the class classof claMor cIas I If
of o f of otfteers fleers charges a a silver cup donated donatedby 1onatedby L Ly
by b y Col Arthur E Randle for to the theladles theladle thEadles
ladles l harHesg har harses e8S class a lap robe by the theCity thECIIY
I City CIt Harness and Su SdPply > ply Company a artlluree adUgree i iiligree
rtlluree t silver Uver vase given by Middaugh Middaughshannon MiddaughShannon I IShannon
shannon for ponies in harness class classa
a silver loving Ioln cup lined with gold goldgiven OId OIdglen
given g iven by Edward B McLean for or the thewinner th6winner thtwinner
winner in the class of 0 gig horses a s soving
loving 1oln l cup from Henry Lansbwrgh in the thtadies
ladies l hunters class ela and a bridle brkIle by hi hiames
James J ames E West as second prize a cup
donated d by Harry Wardman for the th thocal
local l ocal hunters class and a bridle by b
Martin Martin of Philadelphia SM SMsecond aHsecOnd a aecond 4
second s prize for the same sam class classA cl clA classA
A cup given by Thomas C Noyes oye fcr fcrthe t fe fethe r rthe
the winner Inner in the police mount class classand ela elaand cIaiand
and a rating crop given ty 1 s N Meyer Meyerfor Meyertor Meyerr
for the same me class eta a cup given by r
Joseph 1 Welter en and also a lO one donated L
by Floyd E D tis t hi There were also alsomoney aMomoM ala alanoocy
money moM i prizes c from J6 to II 12 M awarded awarthaln
in i n all n classes classesMany classesMany es esMany
Many Prominent Exhibitors ExhibitorsAmong ExhibHorAmont EzhibitorAmong
Among the exhibitors are many men menand menncl me I Iand
and ncl women omen known throughout the thecountry th4country th I Icountry
country for the famous horses owned ownedby ownedby I Iby
by them and for their love of the sport S
Mrs Allen Potts master of hounds of 01
Castle Hill Hunt Club of Virginia with 1th I
her famous horse Willow King KI and andother an nd ndother I Iother
other equine beauties WitS heartily ap p ¬
plauded i when hen she ath entered the ring to ¬
day dayMiss dayMi
Miss Mi Amy E du Pont of Wilming ¬
ton Del D I anlece of Senator du Pont fat I
here with her famous string JJtri of horses
MJ Miss s Katheritte Katherin Cherbonnier one of the tb C
best women omen rider riders in the Southern South rn cir circuit dr drcult ¬
cult who is eipeetel to break b the theworlds theworkls lb I Iworlds
worlds high hl h Jump record at the present presentshow I Ishow
show is only nineteen years ot age
She was u among the riders in whom in ¬
terest centered today
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struck up a march and the initial initialclass I Iclass
class marking < the opening openl of the show showwas ow8aI showwas
was 8aI announced This consisted of a apolice apolke I Ipolice
police mount with even > ven entries The Thecup Thecup Th Thcup
cup awarded by Thomas C Noyes Oes was waswon WIUIOft wa wawon
won Oft by Gilbert Boy owne1 by Abram I
Buckingham The second prize a bri ¬
dle by b Supply Suppl owned o by J 1 F Sprin ¬
kle Beauty the horse mounted mount by b
Patrick Creagh came in for third
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Wilbur Wright In Small Bi Biplane Biplane Biplane ¬
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I I Continued from First Page Pagenounced Pgenouneed
nounced today tocJa t that bo i would go after afterthe aiterthe
the worlds record of SJ IlJ feet now nowheld 1tO 1tOheld
held by IVynmakMi ryn a1oR a a D Dutch t h aviator aviatorwho aiatorwho
who recently made M a flight t from rein Parts Partsto Parlto
to Brussels D and return returnDrexel returnDrexel returnDrexel
Drexel who 0 yesterday ye t y rose e to a height heightof Mightor
of 7Mt i feet hi hi h Btertot monoplane monoplaneand m Be
and was nearly frozen stiff in doin doing sq
told a thrilling tory tory of his flight lght today todayStroy todayStroy
Stroy of Ascent AscentI
I ccahl c 14I have go gone e much farther trt up
he sad Jd white tuning his monoplane monoplaneMy moneplaneMy
My engine wa W5 U working splendidly splendidlyand splendldlnd
and nd the wind 1nd was holly But it was wascold
I cold coldto to say 7 that I was w very cold would wouldbe wouldbe
be putting it mildly mlhilyr mildlyMr roHdlyMr
Mr r Drexel further said Id What hat were weremy werem7
my sensations en during the flight I had hadnone hadnone
none It was wa purely a matter of bust business butKneM ¬
ness My y machine began Blowing up upthrough lPtbrouJh
through the th air My 1 aim iM was to go soJust goJuet
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and clearly as yo you oa can canThere eaRThere
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would strike a sear nac in th t shape pe of o an anicy n nIe
icy Ie atmosphere at That was all T Iafraid was wasafraid wasrl1tc1
afraid rl1tc1 of My engine worked sefettdfdiy Iy
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feet order She reaptnded re readily to ev every eyery ¬
ery aemand aemandWhen IemaRdWb ilemandWhen
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than t < 5 50 WO feet et ft was as so cold that I found
T cotiM oed not hold the machine with per perfect per1ert perieat ¬
fect safety fet and so I had to descend de ct > M
You know its very cold up there You YouPeople Youf Youpeople
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enough near the earth bet when you youup iI j
up there rotate 201 at top speed it almost almosttrfft almosireazes
freezes I vou stiff I did not come down downat dewsat
at top speed I throttled mv riav 3m motor motorWinning motorWiuuiBgS moerWinnings
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days contests with the humors hMIOrIIIftO and andmoney andmoney
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totalisation of duration 8 3 > total a SM 35sHubert SMHubert
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distance fJ 50 total ftSs ftSsWalter 151alter l5 l5Walter
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hourly altitude tOJ tOJCharles 1015 1015Charles K KCharles
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fall of his Wright right biplane biplaneINDICTED biplaneINDICTED biplaneINDICTED
tor to Seydell a iew ew York broker who whoshot whoshot wb 0 0shot
shot and killed Clement Demaron a hotel hot ii I
keeper at West Park Ulster later county on o a t
July 24 4 has been indicted for murder 4
In the first degree de He pleaded not notguilty ne t tguilty t
guilty and will 111 be tried in December
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Pastor Addresses Addres es Session of ofAnnual ofAnnual ofAnnual
Annual District Sunday SundaySchool SundaySchool SundaySchool
School Convention ConventionThe
The second session of the Seventeenth SeventeenthAnnual See SeeMeeIStMnnual tee t tARIIIII
Annual A nnual Convention of the District of ofColumbia ocCohnW 01olumbIa
Columbia C Sunday School Aflsoefcuioa Aflsoefcuioawhich AaNetattoDleh Aoseet10ehich
which w hich leh opened test Bight ia the First FirstPresbyterian PInJtPre Fliodresbyterian
Presbyterian Pre P rteriaa Church was held this af afternoon aCterDOOR a aern000 ¬
ternoon ternoonW terDOORW t ern000
W W Millaa XII president t of the as associatJon MMdattoftKeIIII
sociatJon MdattoftKeIIII a presides The meeting was wasopened wasopeBed waspened
opened o by devotional exercises by Rev RevJohn ReyT Re Reohn
John T ohn J E Briggs Br p following < whIch Rev RevS ReYS RevH
S H Woodrow cK drow D D delivered detIv an ad address addrea adress ¬
dress d ress on Psychology in Teachtezg TeachtezgThe Tead i iThe
The nect address was given by byRev byRey byev r
Rev R ev Franklin McElfreso Ph Phtecher D Dteacher
teacher t training superintendent ezat In International 1nttrftaUoB1 InerJitiosal ¬
tt ternational t Sunday School Schooltlon Associa Association Assoctaion ¬
tion t ion His subject was TM The Problem Problemof Probl
I of o f Teacher Training Tlklnta This address addresswas addreI addreswas r
was followed J b7 y a conference on onteacher onteacher or I Ieacher
I teacher t training in charge of Dr DrMcElfresh
McElfresh b and a conference on a adult adultclass adultI EI E
class cia c lass work in charge of Prof Mitchell MitchellCarroll XlteheUCarroll itcheil itcheilarroll I
I Carroll CarrollS C arroll
S S E Kramer director Intermediate Intermediateeducation Intermediahducation i
I education e e UcaUOR of the District public publicschools publhchools
I schools s then gave Ity an It addrers on onWhat OftWhat or orWhat
What Constitutes Con tJtutM a Good Teacher Teacherafter Teaberafter Teacherfter
after a fter which E E Richmond of Phila Philadelphia FhU Philaelphla ¬
i delphia d spoke on Object Teach TeaehDg TeaehDgI TeachngL ng
I The session loa was concluded ed b bprayer > a arayer aPIer L
PIer rayer and benediction Den letloa offered offe by byev hi r
Rev ev Theron Outwater An infonnal infonnalsupper inton1u rI I
I Inforinar
supper s u will be held this thl evening for torI fo r
I the teacher training graduates and lidIlumal an anlumni I
alumni a at which Dr McElfresh cElfresh will willgive wUII I Igive
I give ctvea a short talk talkThe talkThe talkThe
The meeting meeUn last la 13S t night was w in incharge labaree ii a aharge
charge c of the th president of the association auoclaUon associa assoclation ¬
tion and the th principal speaker was wa a
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Fowrteen indictments were presented presentedthte pre eatedt
thte t afternoon by the grand gra Jury of 01Dt tale tneDistrict taleDWrict C
District DistrictBenjamin DtBena
Benjamin Deftsefa DeIUe who wlloaeree was trailed trailedacross troll 4
across the 13 ocean from Russia Ru by a awife apeasaat
peasant w woman who eII to be liS liSwire hi hiwife C 1
wife wifeamy was IIIdIcted 011 a charge of ofamy b4
amy He wa wag married m In Washington Washingtonon W Won Washlato a
on June It test to Mrs Anna Bonn Bn BnOther Bu Bubel Beti I
bel ti a Paak Paesak No N 7 woesan woesanOIlier 0IBaJL 0IBaJLOUter
Other tadictmeats were re Robbery RobberyThomas RoIIbeTThomas RobberiT
Thomas T B Holler H y and Ira Wasning Wasnington r
ton embezxlentent em Samuel Watts Us and andThomas andTbQmas an anTbUSflZ d
Thomas E 3 Moore oore grand larceny Iaft How Howanl Howani HonPeed
anl S Peed and James lehman ob obki house houaebreakittr
breakittr ki Charles Rudd and ai Eccar EccarFisk E Edga EdgaFisk sar r
Fisk assault as with dangerous weapon weaponWilliam eapon I
William Carroll and Irving Inl J Thomas Thomaslarcerv Toomalanerv Taornailarceny I II
larceny from United t = D1tfd States Andrew AndrewWh ADdrewWhfl Jadre a aWheadon
Whfl Wh edon < < > abandoning abandonln child Mary MaryParker 1IalParklr Mar y yParker
Parker ParkerHOTEL ParklrHOTEL ParkerHOTEL
A Juiy In the suPreme Court If the theDletrict iii iiiDistrict ie e
District today found Andrew Andr Scars pro proprietor proprietor pe peirietor ¬
prietor of the Brunswick Hotel not notguilty notUtIt ne neguIlty
guilty UtIt y of conducting a disorderly house houseThe 1IouseThe boosThe
The hotel was raided last May by by the thepolice th thM t tpolice e
police M and Sears was indicted by the thegrand ti tigrand
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thy by Mrs Lucy S S Barteat BaIb a stockholderwilese stockholder stockholderwiiose ldt > r rWM
wiiose oneisml ors lnol investment ift in 1 the com company eurrpay crnpany ¬
i pany Is said to have been 117 > but butwho butwho butwho
I who reduced it to toJ1Ii IMM IMMIt 3050Judge
Judge e DMD President PrIlli4eatIt
It aIM baceme becani known that Judge Rob Robert Rob Robert RobBoast ¬
ert E Eo Doaa Is the nominal presMent otthe oCthe ot odthe
the associatioc and owns stock in it itJodce It itDean
1 Jodce 1 ° Dean has been representing repru n tae
t interests t restc of Coo Charles H H Gromvenr Gromvenrio < ire t nr nrformer norfOn
former io er Representative Pepr NDtadve in Congress C from tron10i10
bio > hio and Dd who wrote the Book of Our
Presidents PN which Elder ha baa been seli seliina sellIn
ina In throughout tile country and nd it was wasnot wagI wasn0t
I not generally geliSrall known that be headed the tiiecetnpaKy thee t1 e eCOIlR7
cetnpaKy e JtY
Juuge Doaa asserted that that io8 s far ta as J
he can 5fl learn Jearn Elder to being < held slmpy Bimp y
on suspicion and when he to dismissed dismisseda diam M MA8
a A8 be believes he will be be he will in inall j AlLall n naU
all probability commence eDee a suit for to toeL f
damages damagesHo damagesH eL eLH
Ho H declares every book the associa assocttion ¬
tion tan taken an order for has bE hen nen n
delivered His description 0 f its method thO 1
does not coincide with that given h ha ba ha
a prominent resident of the Capital to today f ¬
day da who was approached a reeecly JCeeIfI JCeeIfIa iy iyPaysMBU A Aan
an a Cart oC the concern OJDeeIDPaiHllta concernPayments
Payments ia Advance ASvaaeeJud AdvanceJudge
Jud 1 Judge e Doan this ntomhig declared declaredcimny ed t tcompany C CeoIIIPIUI
company eoIIIPIUI to btlU1abl Invariably variably received > naymenf i it itluh Iadvance t tadvance
advance luh that the proposttton pr w ws wsthe < s ii iithe oJ oJtbe
the nature of a straight contract th thdeliveries thdeIhft1es thdsthrles
deliveries were usually made within wit hirt
UUrty or forty days aM that not one on
had there been a failure to deliver a a z
book as contracted for forAccording forto forAccording
According to Judge Doan there e is a
detective In Washington Waablll toa < trying to itn 1l1i 1l1itoo li liCanee < i iCa
too Elder Elderea
Ca ea ae af Arrest ArrttJudge Arrelt1t1dp Arrestseld
Judge Doan said be believed Elder ElderUfttIt Eldearrest >
arrest to be 4hae d ae to relatives of Miss MissTan MissYn
Tan Faa Horn Elders wife is said to b bheavily 1 1MaYS ly lyIateestd
heavily MaYS interested t fd Judge Dean Doanfx DoanfxpIaIaed rx rxplained explainol
plained that General raI Grosvemor d cks1r cks1rtecal desirt desirta > sirI sirIa
a a legal representative hi the company companyafter companyafter
after he bad received his full payment paymentof pa payrnrof mf mfot
of NUM ofr wrtttac the Book of the thePresidents thePresIdeBta thep5i
Presidents PresidentsHe PresIdeBtaHe p5i p5iHe
He said that the t ftrst books were weredered r
dered from a New York publishing publi8hnIIob8e publishnhouse
house beTtjre bf we all were w sold and that 1lk 30
II 0 > was needed to pay for them Th Thsum Tbpo Tbposum Thsum
sum of tz500 az 5e8 i ns as raised General 11En 1 Ironvenoi
Grosvenot t ronvenoi 8V cM fearing the books would not
be delivered came forward f nrard with EJF EJFwhereupon Z ZwhPreupon
whereupon I Pr upon the bootes were wer printed and andsold andmId
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of this company Interest Inte t paid on all
accounts deposits subject 8Ub t to check
Start an n account with your surplus surplusUNION SUrplusUNION surplusUNION
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