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2 THE WASEIXGTOX TIMES SATODAT RA cATfTHAYXOrIB1BEh1i91fl TlRDA y XOYEMBEK 19 1910
Will ASK REPEAL REPEAL3F REPEALOF REPEALOF
OF LIGHT RULE SOLEi SOLEBusiness RULEBusiness RULEBusiness i
Business Men to Take Ac Action Action Action ¬
tion Against New NewOrdinance NewOrdinance NewOrdinanc
Ordinance OrdinanceFIRST OrdinanceFIRST OrdinancFIRST
FIRST MEETING MEETINGON MEETJNGON f1EETlNGON
ON WEDNESDAY WEDNESDAYCommissioner WEDNESDAYCommissioner Y
i iI iCommissioner
I iI I
Commissioner Rudolph Says Many ManyMerchants Aanyherchants ManyMerchants
Merchants Have Approved Approvedthe Approved Approvedthe
the Regulation RegulationUnited Regulationrnlte4
I IUnite
United < protest t against tbe u Commiston Commistoners CoRImi6Ion1
ers regulation re 1atIoR demanding lights Ir ts on onLorsedrawn onloredrawR on1oredrwn
Lorsedrawn vehicles veh will be made at a ampjsri n1 n1mtSd am5t
mpjsri m5t meeting of C business men at the therooms therooms therooms
rooms of the Chamber of Commerce Commercenext Conmrcenext I Inext
next Wednesday at 4 p aa JIL Plans for fort I Itt
t tt > > c meeting neetIm were arranged arra this t ts raorn raornin rnoriin
in at a conference COflI8 of representatives repre entsttes of c cthe c1the i ithe
the coal lumber feed ice 1 brewery ewot7 ewot7irezs re repress pxlC ¬
press lC SS end nd drayage dra > e interests ts who 110 net in inthe Inthe inthe
the office of o John T XewboM president presidentof pr pror
of the Merchant Transfer and Storage StorageCcVip scaeC StorageCUtpny
CcVip C CUtpny paDY > E street streetThe 9trett 9trettThe streetThe
The companies comJMlD represented repr ented were 8Ie the theThomas then theTbomas
Thomas n mas w V Smith Smith Lumber Company CompanyHoge CoopaayBoge
Hoge ll McDowell millers the J JMa JNury
Ma f8AHY ry Dove Company Johnson oa Broth Brothers rth rthera ¬
ers erst coal companies the George GeorgeKno W WKnox WKnox
Knox Kno Express Company the Merchants MerchantsTransfer MerOIWntSTrausfer
Transfer and Storage Company and andLUtleneM andLitUe6e141 andLitte
LUtleneM Litte eld Alvord Company CompanyW31 CompRBYW1I1 Companywill
will Try For Repeal RepealAt RepeaLAt RepeaLAt
At the meeting meethi Wednesday Wedoe d ways ys and andmeans andmeaDS andmeans
means of obtaining a repeal of f the reg regulations r8u1atloRs regUIX1006 ¬
ulations as n they stand will be discussed discussedIf tUecU86edIf ecueedIf
If the Commissioners Commis are not re responsive re ree reponeMe ¬
sponsive e to this appeal the Butter JB ttoc It Itla ItUQdenItoOd
la understood will be taken into court courtIn oeurtIn courtIn
In reference Tefere to the question Commis Commissioner COIBntissI Comn4esloner ¬
sioner sI r Rudolph said today that he has hasreceived hasreceived hasreceIved
received assurances from a number ef efmerchants emerchants ofmerchants
merchants that they are in favor fv < of the theordinances tkeor theotdflance
ordinances ordinancesDelivery or otdflanceDe1ivery inances inancesivery
Delivery ivery wagons already are supplied suppliedwith supp1ledJi
with Ji i lanterns and compliance compl with the tberegulations theregu theregutoflS
regulations regu tions will enforce BO hardship hardshipsaid hards hardeMpsaid lp lpsaid
said the Commissioner The principal principalprotestors Principalprotetot l lprotestorS
protestors I understand are the ex express exteJS enpvess ¬
press teJS and drayage men The Corarate Coraratesfoners Commisners Cornialssftrners
sfoners ners have received no formal pro protests proteets protoots ¬
tests of yny > ny y kind but but oa Ute other otherhand otherbaDd otherbafld
hand have been n assured as by some of o the themerchants themerciuults themerchants
merchants that if a mass meeting is isinst Iscaned Iscalled
caned to protest api against inst 8t the reputations
they th ywiU will wiltappotnt appoint repre representatives eDtatlves to de defend defend defend ¬
fend the ordlnance ordinanceAssurances ordlnanceA ordlnanceAssurances
Assurances A SUnloce of o support in uphoMtag uphoMtagthe upb npholdhgthe g gthe
the light Jl ht regulation have been given givenCommissioner lheaComm giveaCommissioner
Commissioner loDer R Rudolph phDY by Joseph Saks Saksof Saksor Seksor
or tbe firm of Saks Co CoMr CoJlr CoMr
Mr Saks said that personally he was wasin wasI1
in favor of the ordinance as being Just Justand juetand Justand
and necessary necessarySaks necessarySaks necessarySaks
Saks Wants Lights LightsThe LightsThe LightsThe
The Commissioners will play pia BO fa faorites faftr1t farites
orites ftr1t rites in 1i the enforcement of o the theregulation therefllatloll theregulation
regulation The request of the Stand Standard StD4lar41 Standard ¬
ard Oil Company that their wagons wagonsbe wagonsempt wagonsexempted
be exempted empt on the ground that the theattachment thea theattachment
attachment a ttacbQa nt of lamps would be a men menace menace menace ¬
ace to the vehicles and horses was wasrefused W8refus4itd wagrefused
refused today The company will be beInformed elnfermed beInformed
Informed that no exception can be bemade bema bemade
made ma e to the regulations as promul promulgated premulgated promulgated ¬
gated by hythe the Commissioners CommissionersDUKE CommissionersDUKE ComudselonersDUKE
DUKE RECEIVES RECEIVESWARM RECEIV RECEIVESWARMGREETING S SWARM
WARM WARMGREETING WARMGREETINGCAPE GREETING GREETINGCAPE
CAPE TOWN Xov M DFrom From Salis Salisbury SaUebury Sallebury ¬
bury aad other points included in the theroyal theroyal theroyal
royal itinerary have come reports this thisweek thisweek thisweek
week of the enthusiastic welcome every everywhere 6erywhere ererywhere ¬
where accorded the Duke of Connaught Connaughtand C0mt8uhand Connaughtapd
and his party in the course of their theirtravels theirtravels theirtraveis
travels over the states of the new Union Unionof UDIOftof Unionof
of South Africa AfricaThe MrlcaT AfricaThe
The T e party is due at Bulawayo Mon Monday Mondy MoodY ¬
dy The following day they the will ltl vie4t vie4tthe ieilthe 1st 1stthe
the grave of Cecil Rhodes in the 3ta 3tatappos Xat Matqpoe
tappos t On Thursday they will receive receivethe receivethe receivethe
the chiefs of Bechuanaland at Cabe Cberones CabeTones Caberouse
Tones At the end of the week eek the party partywin Htltywin partywlfl
win reach Pretoria where the r Duke Dukewill Dukewill > nke nkewill
will lay the foundation stone of the new newgovernment Beig mewgovernment
g government vernment buildings buildingsAUTOISTS buiJdlntsAUTOISTS buildingsAUTOISTS
AUTOISTS NOT HELD HELDFOR HELDFOR HELDFOR
FOR VICTIMS DEAT DEATWHITE DEATH DEATHWHITE DEATHWHITE
WHITE PLAINS X Y Nov NovTbe D DThe 1gThe
The authorities today exonerated the theoccupants theOCCtlpants theoccupants
occupants of the automobile which ran rando rando randown
down do fi and killed D MerrKt Reynolds ReynoldsTh ReYROldsTIM ReynoldsThe
Th TIM car was owned by Nathaniel C CRejrnal CRQfI1 CReypai
Rejrnal the millionaire polo player playerRaynoidii playerK playerMynolds
neWs K was a traveling Jewelry JewelrysaHsman jewelryIUHI Jewelrysa
saHsman sa smaaI and was looking at a bag of ofd oCwhen ofdiamoods
d diamoods Mnonda when struck by Ute auto automobile awtemeblie automeblle ¬
mobile meblieThe
The Vital Records RecordsBirths HecordsBirths RecordsBirths
Births BirthsSurley BirthsBuI1ey BirthsBurley
Burley and Lola x > C Warner Warner boy boyVQliam boyWilliam Y YWiIIm
William J and AHce CurUn boy boyWilliam DoYWilliam boyWilliam
William B and Mary E E Brannan bo boDalrldse boy boyDaJricI8e boyDaJrde
Dalrldse B B and Mary A A Beavers girL gtrLTnonas girLTJIooIas girLThomas
Thomas J and Fannie FnnS Murt Xurtag gb girl girlEllis plEilts girlEllis
Ellis atnd Isd Ray Duke girl girlFelix girlFaUx rI rIFeftx
Felix A A and Victoria Van Rettth boy beyHarry boyHarry yo yoHarry
Harry and 8DdHeten Helen Geety iY boy boyScott be beScott boyScott
Scott H H and Efne M Lilly Lill boy boyFrederick MYFre boyFrederick
Frederick erick and Jesse B McRernoids
girL girlArchibald
Archibald kl and Mora ona Beimont boy boyWllttam DoYHarry boyHarry
Harry B B and Anna K K Merritt boy boywrnlain y yWilHam I
Wllttam J 1 and Margaret M X King Xi girl girlWalter blrLWalter girLWalter
Walter and ABee V McLean bey beyCharles BeyCharles boyCharles
Charles Eo g and Ella V Van Fleet Fleet jr jrboy jrboy Jrboy
boy boyWIHtem boyWIlII boyWilliam
William IR B B and Mary ary J Tripptett boy beyJohn DeYJohn boyJohn
John J and Marie Catlotit girL glrLElHs girLEI girLEllis
Ellis EI and Bodra Bo ra Kugek Ku ek girL gteLMarriage girLM girlMairiage
Marriage M Licenses LicensesSam LicensesSam LicensesSam
Sam Gotkte G kIa and Katie Crucker both ef efWasMnston etWashl ofWazIdngtssL
WasMnston WasMnstonGeorge Washl WashlG WazIdngtssLGeorge
George G Owens and S SR Surans nana D8 M Kemp Kempboth Kempboth Xompboth
both of Washington WashingtonJobn WashiOftoaJoh WashingtonJohn
John Joh H Hk nk and Elizabeth Schneider SchneiderbotJi SclMIel Schoelderboth er erboth
both of > Washington WashingtonThomas VaehlngtonThomas aE oJL oJLThomas
Thomas D George Geo and Clara M M Duen Dtwnnebier DuenDebIec Duennobler
nobler both of Washington WashingtonJohn W Washiagtoii1hn a ItiJtgoRThn
John W West and Sarah Parker both bothof NUtof bothof
of Onancock Va VaJohn vaJo VaJohn
John Jo u H Weils eUs l5 and M L L OBrien both bothMorris beUtof bothof
of Washington WiRctoaorris Washington304rig
Morris orris WoK Wolf of New York and Hannah HannahLlppman HaJm8J1Lippman HannahLlppu
Llppman of Chicago ChicagoJohn Ch ChTolin ChicagoJohn
John C Puch and Winifred Iniire M Lee Leeboth Lee Leeboth Leeboth
both of Washington WashingtonRichard va WashingtonRichard hincteJLRldtard
Richard B B Owen and Fredferfcka Fr FrederickaSmIth haD haDSmIth T TSmith >
Smith both of Washington WashingtOR1a1lte WashingtonJames WashingtonJan
Jan James ee A A R RaulerBOR ulerson of Xew York Yorkand YorkJMI Yorkand
and Mabel e1 E Eo Shelton 1t0ll ef r Washing WashingJolR WasfciHgton
ton tonJohn toaJ
J oba1t John K JttMdes and Barbara B B Smith Smithboth Smith1NItII Smithboth
both c Sacrantento Cat CatDeaths Ca1Deaths CalDeaths
Deaths DeathsSarah DeathsSua DeathsSarah
Sarah A A Anderson e years 133t Ninth ICiathstreet NtDthsUet Ninthxeot
street xeot norUrweaC norUrweaCEliza JllerthwestElba usnhwencElba
Elba J Harrie H Hnriisa B years ye cs W Fourth Fourthstreet FourtheM
street eM southeast southeastAnnie seu southeastAnflie te8t te8tAJIIi1e
Annie K Eo Sherwood M years n SHK IS Penn Ponnsylvapla P Pennsylvania Rn Rns
sylvapla s avenue northwest northwestSdwaxd JM rtkwestBahrar northwestE
Sdwaxd E ward L 1 Wheeler X years 3e I8 filS K D Dreet DDOrtJIwe Dreet
reet northwesC northwesCWarn nrthwsstIVHlam t tftKam
ftKam Warn H H LucIe II i years Emergency EmergencyHospital EmerteRCHoepItaI EmergencyHtal
Hospital HospitalCatherine HoepItaIcauerlae HtalCatherine
Catherine WMtty 71 years 4K 4 M f street streetsouthweeC streetsouUnve streetsouthwest
southwest southweeCAttce southwestAllc t tAJice
Attce Allc a C Mooney ey CS years IKS 1 Twelfth Twelfthstreet TwelfthS Twelfthstreet
street northwest northwestJamee Jl rtrwestJe northwestJaes
Jamee M Hudlow 71 years GarfioW GarfioWJleoptteL GerAcWiIe GarfiowWilitami
JleoptteL JleoptteLWilliaBrj ILW
WilliaBrj J 3 RouaStree 71 7 years yearsSouth S3 S3South JSouth
South Carolnia avenue southeast 50Q
SEE SEEIVORTHLAND SEEIVORTHLANDSAFE NORTHLAND NORTHLANDSAFE
SAFE IN WATERS WA TERS
MISS ELIZABETH H FULTON FULTONLarge FULTONLargeParty PULTONLarge
Large LargeParty Party From Washington Journeys to Wilmington WilmingtontoAttend Wilmingtonto WilmingtontoAtterd
toAttend to Attend Launching of New Steamer Steamer for the thePotomac thePotomac thePotomac
Potomac River
WILMINGTON L DeL > eL Nor ItI iLIn In the theview Uteview theview
view of Charles M Sellwab wab the steel steelmagnate stedJlMigJMLte Meetmagnate
magnate and fncers and directors of 9Cthe ofthe oftbe
the Harten k HoWHgeworth R Cor Corpora Corperatkm Corporation er ertion
tion and the Norfolk and adSteaMboAt Waahb4t01 Waahb4t01Steamboat v7a Wr t n nSteamboat
Steamboat Company the steamer steamerNorthland st stXorthlaDd steamerNorthland
Northland built for the latter ktter company companyand COIIIPaay COIIIPaayand companyand
and to be put into service between betwe n Nor Norfolk Norfolk Norfolk ¬
folk and TSyaaiiinKton Y 1e8IUtOn 0Ii was launched launchedhere 1a8ncbedhere launchedhere
here at 1 138 i oclock this afternoon afternoonIt
It required requln but one attempt by Mtes MtesElizabeth MhaElizabeth t sElizabeth
Elizabeth K Fulton the sponsor to tobreak toIbre tobreek
break k a bottle of champagne clIDaP over the thebow thebow thebou
Ibre
bow of the vegeLTbe vegeL veteeLTbe veeeclThe
Tbe ship slid xracefully Into the water wateras wateras wateras
as the sponsor save ve her Boa Voyage Voyagewith Vo Vowkk Voyagewith
with I chrferten thee HortMand F Fet Fetowins FO4 FO41owIn t tlowimr
lowimr 1owIn the lawnchm uflchhi t tile pnrtar irty wa W86 w a atertaincd 811 811t en entertaiec4
tertaincd t rtailtCf1 with a luncheon by the of officials 0ftcIa1s ofilciats ¬
ficials of the th Harlan and HoHmgsworth HoHmgsworthCorporation oMngswiorthCoiporatlosi I ICrporatIo
Corporation Miss Fulton was presented presentedwills presentedvitit II IIwith
wills a a locket et by Levi WoodburY WoodburYRespends WOO4I1JL7Responds oodbury oodburyI
I Responds To Teasts TeastsPresident ToastsPresident II IIPresident
President William G Coxe of the theHarbin tileHar1Mn theHarlan
Harbin k Holnngsworth Corporation Corporationpresided CorporatloDpre Corporationpresided
presided pre 4ed as toastmaster Toasts were wereresponded wererespoJHkd wereresion4ed
responded to by Mr Schwab president presidentof presi presIdentSof
of the Bethlehem Steel Corporation Corporatlona and anddirector anta
a director d rector of the HariaH I Holbngs HolbngsI HoIlt Hoithigaworth 1 1worth
I worth Corporation D J Callahan gen general genI genIera genera ¬
era era manager of the Norfolk and nd Wash Washington Wbingtoa a hI hIi ¬
ington i OR Company CI pany Gen George e H Unler Unlerof Chlerof Uhierof
of Washington Washl gtoa Mr Woodbwy an anothers ad adothers 5fldothers
others othersMfes othersMiss othersMiss
Miss Fulton is a niece of Darnel Fra Frazer Frazer Francr
zer a director of the Norfolk and Wash Washington WablDJton Washlngton ¬
ington Company CompanyHer COIRPDYHer CompanyHer
Her maids were Miss Ida Smith aDd aadMtes aDdh andMiss
Miss h Stella Stevens both of Washing Washington Waahl Waahlton Washington ¬
ton Miss Smith two years y ago chris christened ehrlstened christened ¬
tened the steamer Southland for the theNorf theo theNorfdllc
Norf Norfdllc o k and Washington Company CompanyBesides CoIftpaDyBesides CompanyBeSides
Besides the officers of cers and directors who whowere whowere whowere
were present the laanchjn was wit witnessed witnessed W3tnegged ¬
nessed bv b a large number of Washmg Washmgtonlans Wasbbgtonlans VashlDgtODlans
tonlans and residents of Wilmington Wilmingtonand Wilmingtonand Wilmingtonand
and Philadelphia Clarence F Nor Norment Xorment Normoot
ment vice president presl ent of the Norfolkand NorfolkandWashington Norfolk and andWashington andWashington
Washington Company and Pereifor PereiforFrazer PeretlorFrazer PeretforFraser
Frazer vice president iclent of the Harlan and andHollinssworth andHoIlln andHolIIngsworth
Hollinssworth HoIlln 8worth corporation corpora were pros present Ke5en prosent ¬
ent en
enSistership Sistership of Southland SouthlandThe SOllthJandTlte SouthlandThe
The Northland is to be delivered deliveredMarch deliveredYarch deIteredMarch
March i next and w wilt H Immediately be beput beput beput
put into service between Washington Washingtonand WatJhbutOftand Washingtonand
and Norfolk rwnnta running alternately with wtththe withthe withthe
the Southland She She1s Is to be a sister sistership sl tetship sisterShip
ship of the Southland possessing ng the theflaring theSIa1n theIlaring
flaring SIa1n sides without guards which feboat fe ia Isa
a dtsdnt1llshlnf characteristic of that thatboeL thatbost
boat The Newport News tu turunning the > pre present presentrunning ent entrunning
running mate of the Southland Southl will be belaid beJakl belaid
laid off and held in reserve reserveBuilt reserveBuilt reserveBuilt
Built along lines peculiarly adaptable adaptableto
to the service s she > he will be called upon to toperform toperform toperform
perform and improved with modern modernequipment modernequipment modernequipment
equipment of every kind the Northland Northlandwill NortlIlaDCIwill Northlandwill
will be a veritable palace of the seas
JUDGE VAN AN WYCK WYCKSCORES YCK YCKSCORESHUSBAND
SCORES SCORESHUSBAND SCORESHUSBANDTerms HUSBAND i iTerms
Terms Defendant Defendant In Divorce DivorceSuit Div Divorcet DivorcetSuit rcei rceiSuit
I
Suit Cad and andPoltroon andPoltroon I
Poltroon PoltroonNEW PoltroonNEW
1 1NEW
i imanly
NEW YORK 2y If ItRe He isaa is a as w wmanly tIR nomanly
manly man manA JR4ULca4 manAca4L
A Aca4L Aca4LA cad cadA ca4u
u A peltreon peltreonHe peltreonHe peltreonHe
He behaved in a picayune pIea e way wayHe wayHe tonyRe
He is not flt t to marry a decent decentwonjan decentVOIIJan decentwonan
wonjan wonjanSuch VOIIJanSuch wonanSuch
Such were some of the remarks winch winchformer w whichformer iclt icltformer
former Judge Augustus Van Wyck made madeabout madeaBout madeabout
about Edward Ed wanl Victor r Gambler before beforeJustice efereJustice beforeJustice
Justice Davis in the supreme court yes yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
terday terdayMr terdayMr terdayMr
Mr Van Wyek represented Mrs Edith EdithGambler EdithGambll EdithGambler
Gambler who Is suing her husband whom whomshe wbomshe whomshe
she married April 31 3 last last in the Church Churchof ChurchOf
of the Incarnation here for separation separationon
on the ground of abandonment and non nonsupport nonsupport nonsupport
support Mr Gambler is cashier of the theMerchants theerchants theMerchants
Merchants erchants Exchange National atlonal Bank on ontower onewer onlower
tower Broadway his income is 510009 IO4OG fi s syear a aear ayear
year ear it is said Mrs Gambler asks asksSSI asks2G
SSI 259 a month alimony an da counsel fee feeof feeof feeof
of 1 1909 l pending the determination ol olher of ofher ofher
her suit suitAt suitt suitAt
At t their wedding October took wto wtohimself 11110himself urtohimself
himself Jane Mr Camber Gamb er is lift fiftvyears fiflyears liftyears
years old old his wife about twentyfive twentyfiveAnd twentyfiveADd twentyfiveAnd
And it was an extremely ccid June the thehusbands thehl5bands thehusbands
husbands lawyer declares declaresMrs declaresMrs declaresMrs
Mrs Gambler was Edith May Rua Russell elI
4
surpassIng lpfifiI8tOg any beat ever used on the theFot tlMp thelot
lot p mac in commercial trade tradeWUh tnI4I tnI4IWtdl tradewith <
with a length ever yer all of MS feet feettefhmeMe feetlII feetlenlith
tefhmeMe lenlith lII ttIe to rudder pout of 2K feet feetand feet feetaD lestand
and and t beam molded at deck of SL t feet feetsue feet feet1IIH feetsag
sue a aepiKped ft nelgp d to attain a speed of ofBIf 2 2me 20 20met
me BIf T per r p hour h Her other oU er dimension dimensiona lonflDepth
a a = Depth molded At t so side > 17 feet feetIneJte08 feetInches 9 9Inches
Inches draft equipped forward M MK Itt 1 1t
K t and draft equipped Ipped aft 13 Uteftt UtefttTbe l2feetTbeenines feet feetTheerorhies
Theerorhies Tbe which will drive her win winbe winbe willbe
be inverted triple expansion surface surfacecondensing surfaceconvlensiug rtace rtaceC
condensing C four crank with cylinder cylinderof cyllndenof I
of 23 3 27 t and 41 by 42 inch J Ch stroke strokeThe strokflThe strokeThe
The boilers will give a working pressure vre
01 J8 R P pounds per square Inch 1 Two Twoaskitowatt Two3I Twoakilowatt
askitowatt 3I kUowatt marine type generators op operating perating upcrating ¬
erating under a hundred pounds of ofsteam offiean ofsteam
steam pressure re sure will provide for the thelighting thelighting theilgating
lighting throughout throughoutI throuGhoutAccomm throughoutAccomniOdations
I Accomm Accommodations dations For 500 500There 500Tbere 500There
There will BI be passenger accommoda accommodations aCCOllUlNtdatIoD8 accoinmodalions ¬
lions for SM SMI itoAltogether O OAltogether
I Altogether there will be tt HI state staterooms staterooms staterooms ¬
rooms of f which sixteen will be large largeparlor largeI
I I parlor rooms roomsHa Halt of these t will be beconnected beeoncted
I connected with private bath en suite suiteBoth suiteBoth
Both the gallery and main saloons will willbe willbe ill illbe
l be finished in white whlt and andgbld gold set off ol by byi
i light I t mahogany trimmings while w e the thedining thedfning
r dining room with a capacity of 12O will willbe willis
be nnlshed in light mahogany mahoganyI
I The furniture and upholstery uphol will be beof beof
I of a design ign in keeping with the general generalni
high ni n dss appointments The stairways stairwayswin staIrwaySwin stairwayswill
win be 1DTucted constructed of metal the effect ett
being heightened iby ob ornamental raft rattm
m logs s Th There re wlll wmbe be a buffet finished in inmission inmbaIon tomission
mission oak One of the features f Wree of ofthe ofthe
the general eneral equipment will be Individual Individualradiators individualI al
radiators in each room roomWashington roomWashington roomI
I
I Washington Guests At Launching LaunchingIn
In Washington Wasblton party which arrived arrivedon
I on t i special car to witness the launch launching launekIng launchInp ¬
ing were the following folowingMIs8 foiewingMiss V V3fes
Miss Elizabeth K K Fulton sponsor sponsoru
Miss Nellie Fulton Miss s Ida Norinent orJIteitt
j Smith u Miss 18S Ella Stevens Mr and Mrs Mrsj
j Daniel Fraser Mr and Mrs Irs Levi Wood WoodI
I I hhi ti > Miss Gertrude Woodbury Mr and
jilrs I Mrs I Clarence F Norment Mr and andl
Ur3 1fr rr GS Geo George > r e JV W Pearson Mr and Mrs
l Hila8 T Wheeler Mr r and Mrs OtIeil Mrse e
I I F 5 Smith In1th Gen George Uhler and Mrs MrsI
jUhler l Uhier ler Col John W Oast and Mrs
I Oast Oast B M x NewboW Mr and Mrs w wH W W
I H Callahan Scott C Bone and andD andwife
wife lr and 041 Mrs I Fred Cook and wife wife
D J Callahan and Mrs I D J Cal Callahan Cali Callahan
i lahan HarryJforment John L L Martin MartinThe MartinI
I The party left Washington ashhton over the
I I Pennsylvania at 91 918 a a nt and upon uponarriving uponI uponarrIviag
arriving In Wilmington was met by byrepresentatives b breprf8entatlves byrepresentatives
I representatives of the Harlan k Hol
lingsworth 1f worth Corporation who imme ¬
diately escorted the guests to where whereready
the Northland was lying in dock dock dockready
ready to receive her christening chrlstE > nIn g
After the launching the party re ¬
turned upon the regular re ular Pennsylvaniatrain Pennsylvaniatrain
train leaving Wilmington at 3 3p 3Sp
p m
daughter of Lee W W Russell of Atlanta AtlantaGa AtJanta1 AtlantaGa
Ga formerly formerl of NevYork NewYork After ti their titeumarriage theirmarriage eir eirnwrriage
marriage the Gamblers lived at HH HHuSiV1nlT 1 lfl
West uSiV1nlT SeventyeighUl ishUl street street then went
to Philadelphia Atlanta and finally to tothe
Europe Returning nere they WC1t te
the Prince George Hotel
Gambler left his wife on A Au Augiet g 1 1said
said Judge Van Wyck Vck He t told ld h her r
he would ould never return because she did didnot dIcInot didnot
not care for him although after they thwsewrated
separated Mrs Irs Gambler wrote him she
had always alwa > loved him and was ready
to forget and JCorgive JCorgiveThe JorglveThe orghtThe >
The lawyer la er declared Mr Ir Gambler Gamblermade
made most trivial charges against his hisvery hiswife
wife An the trouble was cau caused ed by a avery avery
I
very Indiscreet letter Mrs < Russell Russellwrote Russellwrote Russellwrote
wrote to her sonInlaw warning him himi
I i that certain young men in Atlanta Atlantamight AtlantaI Atlantamight
I might call on Mrs Irs Gambler in New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York Epithets flew fie frem him when whenud
Judge ud e Van Wyck Vck Mid a1d disgustedly that thatMr
Mr Gambler had laid hi hh hL marital troub ¬
ins before the banks board of directors directorsTimothy directorsTkDoth directorsTimothy
Timothy TkDoth L L Woodruff Is one one and he has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been quoted as saying sayin that the directors directorsso
so highly approved Mr ir Gamblers con conduct ¬
duct In teh case that they asked the tJiebanks theI
I banks counsel coun el Seth P Robinson to torepresent tot torepresent
represent t him himQuite himQuite himI
Quite An AnEasy
I Easy AnEasy Job JobLeaving JobLeaving JobI
I Leaving of coffee coffee with its itsharmful itsj itshannftil
j harmful nerveracking effects effectsUse effectsUse lS
Use wellmade wellmadeTheres wellmadeI
I I POSTUM POSTUMt
t Theres a Reason Reasonf
f
KNIGHTS Oir LABOR LABORSTRIFE I ISTRIFE
STRIFE is RENEWED RENEWEDNew
New Officers and Old Clash ClashOver ClashOver ClashOver
Over Tariff Revision RevisionActivity RevisionActivity RevisionActivity
Activity ActivityCHARGES ActivityCHARGES ActivityCHARGES
CHARGES MADE MADEBY MADEBY MADEBY
BY MR HAYE HAYEGeneral HA HAYES HAYESGeneral YE YEGeneral
General Master Workman Holds Holdsj HoldsMeara
j OMeara Meara and His Crowd Are AreNot AreNot AreNot
Not Autho Authorized AuthorizedThe zed zedI
I
I The demand for t r a tariff revision revisionwhich re revisionwhich t ion ionwhich
which delegate t yesterday decided to totake to toI totake
I take ke to Songress for the Knights of ofLaoor ori ofLabor
i Laoor of America may ma be robbed of ofits ofits
its intended IntteD ed effect because of the intro introduction 1ntroductlon Introduction ¬
1 duction of an old controversy as to who whoare whoare whoare
are the officer of of the organization organizationScarcely orsan1zatJoi OrgafllZHtiOflScarcely
i Scarcely bad Frank J OMeara O Iera newly newlyselected newlyi newlyselected
i selected secretary left for the West to toorganize toorganee tOorganize
organize a campaign in behalf b ba1 of the theiArtff theritr theLtriff
iArtff ritr revision re resolutions than charges chargeswere chargeswere chargeswere
were preferred today that neither Mr MrOMeara MrYdeara MrtYMeara
OMeara nor any of the officers chosen chosenyesterday chosetyesterday
yesterday have any BY connection with the theKnightffeof thei theKuightiof
i Knightffeof Knt < h oC Labor or are authorized to toact toi toact
i act for It ItThe It ItThe
1 The charges were made by John W WHaves WHayes v vHaye
Haves Haye general enen1 master workman who whobeads wIti whoheads
i beads an entirely different Nt et of od odcers oCICerII oC1cers
cers of the K Knights ls ts of Labor Labori La LaborControversy bore borei
i Controversy May Spread Spreadj SpreadIne Spreadrho
j Ine The controversy was thought t to have havei haiebeen
i been titled Tuece sere 1 Is BOW probability probabilityof probblltty probbllttyI
of It beta helD again taken i Into t court and andin andin ROdI
I in i such Ae event the tariff revision crn crnIsade COII Ct0mdc
I Isade de planned may receive a setback setbackI et ck
I ottteers who were w re elected yeai y r
dy at a meetimr 1m held In the Ifatlonal IfatlonalHotel l NatlHotel tlonal tlonalHelel
Hotel have their headquarters quart rs In the theSttos tebulklt theSties
Sties buNdtn bulklt r on B s street et northwest rthwest In InC 1Ao littho
C o o srme JOe block is located 1 ed the headQUr headQUrs head4lUStern r rIS
tern IS s cf t the officers headed t 3dOd by 3Ir 1r Hayes HayesB H H8tK Ue4esch
B c ch > i sec of officiate claims the other otherfa otheris otheris
is withe wtdJt Jt authority Accenting to Mr MrHsyes XrtiYe6 Mrllayee
Hsyes big board was left in control i as astbe a8tlt asib
tbe ib result resuI o of a compromise 6e reached in in3AS illw inThe
3AS The question as s to who were the theregularly thencuJartv theregularly
regularly elected officers om ns w wall up at that thattime thatIIe thttime
time but the sickness sidt e s of a a juror pre prevented pR prOvented ¬
vented the trial coming c to a dose with withthe withUte Withthe
the result re that the compromise wa was B ef effected ¬
< through the vayment of II con
sMerabie sum of money moneyIn moneyIa moneyIn
In the meantime the Knights of La Labor Labor Lahoe ¬
bor under the administration of Mr MrHayes JlrHayes Mrhayes
Hayes has ba issued le regularly a pubHoa pubHoatton publicaOft pubhleatins
Oft known as the Journal of tn tnKnights the theKnights
Knights 1 of Labor r The memberstete ef efUte efUte ofthe
Ute organteatton bcation is determined each eachmonth eachJIIOJlth eachmonth
month by per capita d dues s and Ham Hampers MIM0er5 nuethers ¬
hers 0er5 at present about aboutK a tit < 128lW 128lWNe 32M 32MNe
K Ne Direct Dir t Action ActionMr Action ActionXT ActionMt
Mr Hayes says ys his board had not nottaken IMtttakeR nottakest
taken step to intercept the Canning Cannmscrowd Cannlltgcrowd Canningcrowd
crowd In the th ttght of toe compromise cwmprorateby e compromiseby apnNBa apnNBaby
by whie which they agreed to withdraw their theirclaims theirclaims
claims as the regularly elected elect officers officersbecause officersbecaUH officersbecause
because it would probably take two or orthree orthree
three years to tight ft t the matter out hi hithe iathe isthe
the courts courtsAt court1lAt courtsAt
At the headquarters of the Canning Canningofficials eagoCt1clals Canningofficinis
officials In the Bliss building today the tbecharges theeba theeharss
charges eba e were denied by the son I R of Sec Secretary Seerotary ¬
retary OMeara O er3 who is in charge c o otl ot otdM ofthe
tl dM of eUtc tfIco fie temporarily temporarilyThe teIDPOrBrlIyTIM temporarilyThe
The officers rs elected yesterday yesterdaydude In Include Inclods ¬
dude besides Mr Canning as general generalworthy generalWortby generalworthy
worthy master ma and Mrs OMeara as assecretary aseeretar assecretary
secretary John FearnaH 1I oC PKtaburg PKtaburggeneral Pltt Pittsburggeneral lHKg lHKgworth
general worthy worth forejnan Joseph Tler TlerI Tlerne Tiernay
I nay ne of Brooklyn Adaui Ad zl Hotter of Xew XewYork XewYork NewYork
York and Joseph B B Lenau of Chicago ChicagoI CbkasoKr Chicagogeneral
I I general Kr erAl executive board boardIt boardIt
i It was said that Secretary OMeara OMearawill OMearawill OMearawill
will visit Chicago St Louis and Den Denver elVer Denrer ¬
ver returning to Washington probably probablywithin abITwithin probablyWithin
within ten days at a which time the tbecirculars thectreulZS thecirculars
circulars to be sent to members of Con Congress Congress Congress ¬
gress demanding tariff revision will be beprinted tHtprinted beprinted
printed and mailed mailedCROSS mailedCROSS mailedCROSS
CROSS SEAT CARS CffiILL CARSWILL CARSWILL
WILL BE ORDERED ORDEREDNo
No More Longitudinal Types
for Geenral Harries HarriesCompany HarriesCompany HarriesCompany
Company CompanyFuture
Future orders of ocars cars by the Washington Washington Washing Washington ¬
ton Railway and Electric Company will willbe w willbe 1 1e
be e for paywithin lft cars wlthcro with cross s seats seatsThis seatsThis seatsThis
This determination of the company companywas compenywas companywas
was announced by b Gen George H Har Harries Harries lIarrice ¬
ries vice president of the company companyat
at a meeting of the public transporta transportation transportation transportation ¬
tion committee of the Washington Board Boardof Boardof Boardof
of Trade yesterday afternoon accord according accordlag accordSag ¬
lag to the statement e of the proceedings proceedingsgiven proceedlnreven proceedingsgiven
given ven out toda today by Alex Britton chair chairman chairman ¬
man The meeting tas yas not a a public publicone publicGeneoral publicone
=
one
oneGeneral General Harries explained that Ute Utepolicy tltepolicy thepolicy
policy of his company is to use cars carswith cars1th carswith
with 1th side seats for city traffice and
rush ru h hour work work white whU the cross S atcll atcllcug soatclcars
CATS tre Kjre reserved for suburban and andlighter andllghtr andlighter
lighter traffic According to Mr Brit Britton Britton Britton
ton General Harries did not make mak It Itdear I Idear Itclear
dear to the th committee whether his com company company cornpany ¬
pany intended to supplant the present presentP DresE > nt ntP
P A A T B E longitudinal seated cars carswith carsIth carswith
with the crossseated type but he did didmake didmake didmake
make it clear that future ru uure ure orders of ofcars oCcars ofcars
cars would be all of the latter type typeThe typeTbe typeThe
The next meeting of the committee committeewill committeewill committeewill
will be public and will be held on Fri Friday 1rii Friday ¬
i day afternoon at 215 1i oclock At the theinvitation theI theinvitation
I invitation of the chairman ch Jnnan O P NEW Kewnwtn NEWnftno Newman
man nftno of the editorial staff of The Times Timeswill Timeswill Timeswilt
will appear before the commitee comn tce Mean Meantime Meantlr Meantirn ¬
time tlr the commiltoc is gathering therfn data dataon dataon dataon
on the relative merits of the two types typesof tpe3of tYpOSof
of car from the District Railway Com Commlsslon CommlJSIon Cornmission
mission and it is the intention of the thecbaim th thairman theehairtafl
cbaim ehairtafl airman an fully to cover the subject in inthe inthe
the committees reDort to the Board of ofTrade orTr3de ofTrade
I
Trade TradeOrfy TradeOnhy
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KNOWlSON TRIES TRIESContinued TRIESTO I ITO
TO GO COMMIT MIT SUICIDE SUICIDEContinued
Continued from First Page Pagethroughout Pagethrou Pagethroughout
throughout throu bout the country a as a United UnitedSurtes UBI UBISt6tes UniteilStates
States food inspector a CBthoUc priest prtoatand taM priestand
and wilU white In Washfhgtmfe Wa lk be ateo rep represented rIPr represented ¬
resented r nted himself ett as a lieutenant lieit com commander cadomander c cmandor ¬
mander U uIk X XT Ntile
T Ik c Vasrtilngton Va4IbIngt n authorities autb U bare been beencoumMntcated beeReotmuntcatedtth brOitcoumsntcatedwlth
eotmuntcatedtth coumMntcated wKh and a detective ttctJve fromthat from trOlRtJMd frWflthat
that department Ptlrt nt ie expected x t to arrive arrivem arrivefa arrivehi
m fa Baltimore this afternoon afternoonKNOWLSON at afternoonKNOWLSON lJNOlL lJNOlLKNOWLSON
KNOWLSON INDICTED INDICTEDBY INDICTEDBY
BY THE GRAND JURY JURYAn
An indictment was w returned today todayagainst t04 t04a1 todayagainst
a1 against lll t Henry Knowlsons alia altos Paule PauleWest pauleWettt PauleWest
West alias Hume HUute H H West alias aliasFrank alIasFntRk aliasFrank
Frank Bennett leanett the pseudo naval vaJ of officer olDcer ofilcer ¬
ficer who is alleged to have hav obtained obtainedworth obtatSOdsazi
sazi 32 worth of United States bond bondCOWMMM bondCOtnHHHt hoedcowuno
COWMMM from tr m Crane PureEs Parr II A Co CoWashington CoWashington
Washington Wa brokers in October Qct H tel by bymeans byMeaRS bymeans
means of a forged fo ed cashiers ea bler check checkKnowlson ehecltKRewlson checkKnowison
Knowlson is regarded re Jded by the police policeas
as one of the cleverest t swindlers who whohas whoi whohas
i has operated oper t d in Washington Wa hlagton in years yearsRepresenting yearsI yearsRepresenting
Representing Repreee tlng himself a as a a lieutenant lieutenantcommander lieutenantI lteUteifltcommander
I commander in the navy OB temporary temporarydetail te 1eNIPOerYdetail aporar7detail
I detail with the U Bureau of SupplIes and andAccount andACCOdnt andAccounts
Account Navy Department West on onOctober onOctob9i17 onOctobyr
Octob9i17 Octobyr October 17 obtained 11 tm bonds from fromthe trOlRthe frontthe
the bnklnfr firm of Crane Parrte t Co Coby CoIt CobY
by It means t of a a worthless wort le cashiers cashierscheck casbterseheck cashierscheek
check eheckFrow cheekFrom checkFrota
From the Jewelry jew 1r7 firm of GK A Bro Brehe Brohe BOhe
he obtained obtal ed a hamisoape diamond ring ringwtth rmgWith ringwith
With a similar check c1iec for 11 H S From FromLouis FroMLoutll FrontLouis
Louis Weber a Jeweler jew kor at Third street streetand st StrOetand et etand
and Pennsylvania PennsyivaRMay avenue southeast sotb tItea be begot heot begot
got < ot a I i 17S watch and chain He H also alsostole alllOstele aisostole
stole a book of blank postoffie OIIt money moneyorders monO monOorders
1 orders < de = from the subetatfo s hi Kenea Keneatoys KeneaI Xene XenelaYs
I toys w > s pharmacy North Capitol and I Istreets Iueets Istreets
streets He Tilted oat and cashed ca soy several everal soycral ¬
eral of the orders ordersTraced ordenT ordersTraced
Traced T to Brookltne Mom where be behas Dehas hehas
has a wife and four children est elud eluded eluded shodCd ¬
ed the detectives because be 2U11e < Mr Facile Panrtawho PlLrrlwho Facilewho
who accompanied Detective Pratt to toBreokline toBreoklhw toBrookline
Brookline was unable to identify Mm MmLater hIMLater hintLater
Later It was as decided d to make the arrest arrestanyway arrett arrestanyway
anyway but t when the detectives t tiv re returned retvrnM returned ¬
turned to the house West had fled fledCANADAS ftedI fledCANADAS
t
CANADAS PREMIER PREMIERI PREMIERPASSES REMIERPASSES
I I PASSES 69TH YEA
OTTAWA Oat Nor tSlr Sir WllfrW WllfrWLaurter wnfridLauner Will
Lauder the Canadian Cane k premier wail to tomorrow t tJIIOrt9W > ¬
morrow enter upon his seventieth year
Many aay oc oC his friend friends and colleagues cou agues an anticipated antldpated antlctpated ¬
ticipated the aniversary by congratula congratulations COGgratulatlOII5 congratulatbons ¬
tions today todaySir todaySir todayr
Sir r Wilfrid is In excellent health healthalthough JM1tbalthough healthalthough
although It is 15 now almost forty years1 years1since yrs yrsDee yearssince
since Dee be entered public life aa a a member memberof
of Jr the Quebec aaeembly bIy apd fourteen fourte fourtenyearn n j jyears i iYerS
years since he took toe raise of Cana Canadfaa Caaadtaa Comadma
dma government at a most critical time timeVICEROY timeVICEROY
I IVICEROY
VICEROY MINTO MINTOTO MINT MINTTO MINTO MINTOTO
TO LEAVE INDIA INDIACALCUTTA INDIAI INDIACALCITTA INDIACALCITT I
CALCUTTA Nov iT iJN Notwithstand PNotwtthztafldlag Notwithstanding wtthstDd1 wtthstDd1ag ¬
lag ag the undeniable state of unrest preva prevalent Kealent prevalent ¬
lent among tbe masse of India 1Dd the near nearapproach nearpproack nearapproach
approach of the th d date e f rw r the Earl of ofitato 0 0itnto ofiktto
itnto > itato to relinquish < his otflce of viceroy viceroyhas vlcero vlceros viceroyhas
has s brought brouJ > ht forth many lQaaY popular 1ar expres expressions expresatons exprenalone ¬
alone of appreciation 1 his services servicesand servicer servicesapti
and regrets r ets at his departure departureLord departureLord departureLord
Lord Hardtoge of Penshirat the new newviceroy newyieerey newviceroy
viceroy is expected to reach Calcutta CalcuttaMonday CaJcuttaM CalcuttaMonday
Monday MondayLord M MondayLord
Lord LordMinto Mmto will make over the seals sealsof seninof s sof
of office of ce on the fc fnow Mowing day and with withLady withLady
Lady MJnto and I lAdy ady Eileen Elliot will willleave willleave
leave for England EnclandANOTHER EnalancLI EnglandANOTHER
I ANOTHER CHARGE CHARGEAGAINST CHARGEAGAINST CHARGEAGAINST
AGAINST AUTOIST AUTOISTXEW
NEW YORK y Nov > Though b acquit acquitted aeq1lltteel acqidtted ¬
ted of a charge of murder in IntioD connec connection cousection ¬
tion with the death of Grace Grnc Hough Houghwho Houbho Roughwho
who ho was rm down by Ms automobile autontobhleEdward automobileEdward lllOMle lllOMleEdward
Edward Rocenhetm is today facing facinganother facinganoth facinganother
another anoth < r indictment which may land Ja him himin himIn himin
in prison prisonHe pritIonHe prisonHe
He was reindfcted reln under the Cattan Cattanautomobile CaJIaAautomobile Callanautomobile
automobile law which whi < h makes mak it a a felony felonyof felonyfor eMaYtor
for a a driver rtver DOt to return to the see eof sueneof
of an accident when he has Injured iajarodsome 1Djuredaome InjuredsOmQtand
some sOmQtand one and give his name nameFACTORY 1IIReFACTORY nameFACTORY
FACTORY STRIKE STRIKEAT STRIKEAT STRIKEAT
AT LUDLOW MASS MASSLUDLOW MASSLL MASSLUDLCW
LUDLOW LL > LcV Mass Nov JISEven Seven hun hundred mmdred bundred ¬
dred employes of tn tM Judl Iudlltw w Maanfac Maanfactunng KanDfaetunng Manulactur2Thg
tunng AM A Associates odates went on strike here heretoday heretoday heretoday
today because e their employers failed to torecognize toreonize toecoguize
recognize tbe union tmtonThe unlouThe unionThe
The manufacturers telephoned for ad additional additional addidonal ¬
ditional police protection It is Ishere believed believedhere believedh
here h r the strike will 1n grow to serious pro prn prnportloc proportions
portions J1 a feW lours OUT5
IISporting iSporting Goods Goodss
s J JIW
IW E EE
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A S ST
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E Y YR
R S SS Serseys
S
Jerseys erseys like Illustrated In cot cotton cotton
ton double cuff and 98c 98cneck 98 98neck
neck neckCoat neckCoat
Coat Sweaters all wool best bestfit bestfIt
fit blue gre3 and ma maroon t tGUNS 2 89 89roon
roon roon with trimmings trimmingsGUNS
GUNS GUNSAgentl
Agentl Agen for all st1MIfrd standrd makes makesof
of Guns Guns Rifles and kevolvers kevolversLargest tevolversLargest
Largest stock of U U X M C or Win Wincb Winchcster
cb chcster t 1 ammunition ammunitionGuns ammunitionGuns
Guns for Hire Hireat Hireat
at th thI the theNinth
I 424 Ninth St NW NWa
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GOPHER STUDENTS SIUDEITSMoney STUDENTSLOADED I IlOADED
lOADED WITH GOLD GOLDIvlon GOLDMoney
Ivlon Money y About Even on Michi Michigan Michigan Michigan
gan and Minnesota Minnesotafor Minnesotafor Minnesotafor
for Big Meeting MeetingAKN
tiN ARBOR Mich Uch Net 19 19bladtlHMlrd 19A 19Ablackboard A Ablackboard
blackboard lecture an and signal 1 practice practiceby praetloeBy practiseby
by Coach Vest completed the training trI of ofUte ofUte ofthe
Ute Michigan eleven en In preparation for fortheir lortheIr fortheir
their game with 1th Minnesota tomorrow tomorrowThe torFowThe tomorrowThe
The report that Gopher rooters o ters are awecoming arein arecoming
coming in loaded with s gold W to td i toot even evenmoney eYeRmoney evenmoney
money oa Minnesota ote was today greeted greetedwKh lleetedwith greetedwith
with enthneiaaiM atth by supporters S8 ers of the theWoiverinee UteWoIyeriD8 theWolverines
Wolverines who declare tHat they will w1I1r willaccept willaccept
r accept all that Is offered offeredAt offeredt offeredAt
At t a number of pool rooms odds of orI ofto
I 4 to S on either team are being offered offeredAnn offeredAna offeredAnn
Ann Arbor has been decorated in honor honorof bODOror honorof
of the bi game and thousands tb4Us d of ofalumni ota1uDlal ofalumni
alumni of both Minnesota ota and Michigan Michiganarrtred Michiganarrived nchlfanarrIYed
arrived here today to see the game gamePlane gamePlans
Plans are betn being made for the annual annualMichigan annualtIlehigan annualMichigan
Michigan union smoker Tuesday nightThree nightThree night nightsmoking
Three thousand cob pipes 1000 000 baSIl of ofSMOkln ofsmoking
smoking SMOkln tobacco 3600 3X shiny tin cups cupswhich cu6which cupswhich
which are decorated with a picture of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the team and which will be u used ed to toserve toserve toserve
serve 8M W gallons of cider will be pro provided provided protided ¬
vided for the event eventTAXICAB eventTAXICAB eventTAXICAB
TAXICAB STRIKE
I ABOUT BROKEN BROKENJfBW
JfBW W YORK Ney Nor o ttThe Tbe strike trlk of ofchauffeurs ofchautteurs ofchauffeurs
chauffeurs is fast waning the taxicab taxicabcompanies tax1ca1te taxicabcompafliet
companies e reporting that they have havemore haTeJlMMe havemore
more cabs in commission today than thanany thaeaay thanasy
any day since the struggle stru e began beganPolicemen beganPolicemen n nPoltcerren
Policemen armed with night sticks sticksbad sticksetrect stickshad
bad the effect of keeping k down a die disi dl dlord4r dieorder
i order yesterday although eight ht arrests arrestswere aITe3t5we arrestswore
were made e near the t e Plaza Hotel HotelHOCKEY HotelHOCKEY
I II
HOCKEY ASSOCIATION ASSOCIATIONTORONTO ASSOCIATIONOROlTO ASSOCIATIONTORONTO
I TORONTO OROlTO Ontario Nor ov 19 DThe The an anMI n nJAeetthg
MI 11 11 meeting of the Ontario < Hockey As Association s stOdadon tsodatton ¬
sociation was held here this morning morningwith morntDlI morningWith
I with a fall ull representation of all the theclubs thePr theclubS
clubs President Pr el1t Duff of Wetland and andall andall aridall
all of f tfifc other officers were reelected reelectedwithout reelectedwitbout reelectedwithout
without opposition o The members are arelooking arelook arelooking
looking look in forward to the most successful successfulseason suceessrcl8OD suceessftlseason
season 8OD in the history of the association as < n
W7 W u omen Need Neecrsympathy Needsympathy I
sympathy and help when they are areattacked arcattacked areattacked
attacked by weakness and suffering sufferingAt su e ng ngAt
At times when Nature seems cruel crueland crueland crueland
and very hard bardwhen when depressions depressionsaad depressionsand
and derangements come kind kindwomanly kindwomanlyf kindwosnanlyfriendsmaygivesympathy
womanly wosnanlyfriendsmaygivesympathy wosnanlyfriendsmaygivesympathyWhen friends may givesympathy givesympathyWhen give sympathy sympathyVhen
When ailments occur the best bestnatural bestnatural bestnatural
natural help and correction is the thesafe thesafe thesafe
safe and welltried family remedy remedyThey remedyBEECHAMS remedyFILLS
BEECHAMS BEECHAMSPILLS
PILLS PILLSTbey
They correct the result of errors errorsand errorsand errorsand
and remove the cause use of suffering sufferingThey suffe sufferingThey ng ngThey
They have tonic tonic helpful action on onthe onthe onthe
the whole system They relieve relievenervousness relievenervousness relIevenervousness
nervousness headache headache backache backachedbpel backachedispel backachedispel
dispel depression and suffering sufferingBeechanf suffe sufferingBeechams ng ngBeedlams
Beechanf s PiUs give the organs organsstrength organsstrength organsstrength
strength improve bodiiyconditkns bodiiyconditknsand bodiiy conditions conditionsand
and may be relied upon uponFor uponFor uponFor
For ForSure ForSure
Sure Relief ReliefFer
For female fe c Beechams Pffl PJRaBreapecmHT PJRaBreapecmHTui FHIz ore speciaHr speciaHrultfible ipecieliyuitble
ultfible ui hle Se See inctruction > with each box boxSold boxSold boxSold
Sold ET Everywhere verTwIiere = In boxes box lOc end 25t 25ti Z5 25t 25tDEATHS
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SCOTT SCOTTon OB Tuesday Neventber IS 1 191 1510 at atS
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west west MARGARET MARGAR SCOTT aged twelve twelveyears twelveears twelveyears
years yearsSUTTH yearsSMITHOn ears earsS
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Ilk residence 3U K street mrtbeaat JAMES JAMESOLIVER r JAMESOLIVER tES tESOLIVER
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at 43 4 p m 1R JAMES r V WHITE husband husbandSc BusbaadC nlSbImdeC
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mother SAC SAiZE E KJiOIELs who departed departedtRts departedtftts depestndtate
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