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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER
DALEY TRIAL SENSATIONS
DR. SHADE'S DISCOVERY
Hot Words Ensue Between the Ser
geant and a Reporter.
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tea CaP U UStaD&H
LOTTERY TICKETS PRODUCED
Attempt to Prove that the Great Balder Tried
to Hatch a Conspiracy Plot Against Gess
ford Beporter Wisner Could Not Be In
duced to Divulge Professional Secrets.
Tho trial of Police Sergt. John C. Daly was
commenced before the trial board at 10
o'clock yesterday forenoon. The chargo
against him was preferred by Lieut Gessford,
and alleges that Daley furnished Reporter
Dill with certain misstatements derogatory
to Gessford, which were published in an after
During tho hearing, however, tho investi
gation diverged from the main charge, and
it was attempted to show that Sergt. Daley
had entered into a conspiracy to secure Gess
ford's dismissal from the force owing to tho
well-known feeling which has existed be
tween the two men ever since Daley preferred
charges of drunkenness on duty against Gess
ford, and tho latter fired back by presenting
Daley in tho police court for perjury.
Just before the trial commenced Dill and
Daley met in the toilet room of the Sixth
precinct station, where the hearing was held.
After an interchange of peppery language in
reference to the publication m question, Dill
shook bis hand in Sergt. Daley's face and
"If you say what I wrote is not true you
are a liar."
The sergeant then placed Dill under arrest
for disorderly conduct, but later on withdrew
Beporter Dill was tho first witness called
before the trial board. He testified that tho
article in the Washington News, on which the
charge was based, was written by him on in
lormation received from Sergt. Daley. The
witness was subjected to a searching cross
examination by th3 sergeant.
A number of witnesses were then put on
the stand whose testimony was to tho effect
that, so far as they knew, the premises, No.
1902 Seventh street, were not occupied for
Something of a sensation was caused dur
ing the testimony of Herman J. Martin, who
has a printing office at No. 1902. This wit
ness denied that a lottery concern under the
name of a certain library association was,
or had been, in operation in the building oc
cupied by him.
"Did not you sell this ticket?" demanded
Sergt. Daley, rising and holding aloft a
It was not a Kansas Library Association
ticket, but a genuine Louisiana State Lottery
"I decline to answer," said Witness Martin,
"Why do you decline; because it will crimi
nate you?" said the Sergeant, shnrpjy.
"No; but because it might criminate 6ome
"You don't mean me, do yon?" said Lieut.
Tho investigation then turned in another
direction, and two other newspaper rer orters
were called and asked as to whether -ergt.
Dalej- had ever communicated to thorn ad
vance Information concerning certain raids
for tho purpose of gaining notoriety for him
self. Reporter Wisner, of the News, declined to
answer questions as to his source of informa
tion, eaying it would be highly unprofessional
for him to do so. The other generally denied
that Serjrt. Daley had "tipped him on."
Mr. Wisner was asked if he was willing to
suffer the consequenco for his refusal.
"I am," was his curt replv.
Mr. J. W. Cabill, of No. 915 Florida avenue,
testified that he had never heard of the lottery
at tho place on Seventh street mentioned
Ibe session of the trial board lasted until
after 5:30 o'clock last evening, the witnesses
heard being those called for the prosecution.
The trial will be resumed at 10 o'clock this
morning, when Sergt. Dnlev's witnesses will
bo heard. They include Ex-Policeman James
W Cotton, Lieut. Vernon, Officers Bruce,
Kl nger and several others.
Mr. Cotton's testimony, It is said, will show
that the first information given out about the
existence of alotteryshopin the Eighth pre
cinct came from him and not from Sergt.
He says that on a certain night ho met a
policeman in company with another man in
tha Marble Saloon, and during the course of
their conversation the subject of this alleged
lottery office was brought up, and the police
man in question became very much interested
and asked him many questions concerning it,
which ho answered. Mr. Cotton maintains
that tho information from which the story in
tho News emanated came from tho policeman
and not from Daley, as ha3 been alleged.
Sergt Daly is said to be in possession of
a manner of lottery tickets, and the proba
bilities are that thetrial to-day will bo marked
by several sensational incidents and develop
ments. The Anti-Saloon League is said to bo taking
a keen interest in the outcome of the Daley
trial, and will have a representative at No. 6
"Love and Life."
Watts' celebrated and ranch-talked-about
picture, "Love and
Life," which still remains hidden
from public view in the White
House, will be artistically repro
duced in next Sunday's Times.
SIGNALING IN THE WILITIA.
Gen. Greeley Says Interest in tho Science
Is Steadily Growing.
After speaking of the great value of tele
phones in modern warfare, Gen. Greeley,
chief of the signal service of the Army, in re
ferring to tho national militia, says in his an
"Every opportunity has been improved to
cultivate cordial relations with the militia and
National Guard of the various States. The
Interest in signaling, which developed several
years ago in the National Guard of the sev
eral States, has proved to be permanent
"Requests for equipment are frequent de
spite the negative answers necessarily made.
Information is always gladly given, but un
fortunately the signal corps is not author
ized under existing law to issue equipments
to the militia. Despite the inability of the
militia to procure signal equipments under
the same regulations governing the issue of
other military stores, signal corps havo been
organized in tho several States, although
necessarily equipped at private expense."
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The Sbmay Trans.
Rapacity of the Gas Thieves.
Editoe Times: Tho price of bread; the
price of gas; one is an individual enterprise
open to any one, the other a perfect monop
oly from which there is no appeal.
I had my gas meter tested and It was con
demned by tho United States inspector. Tho
gas company refuse to rebate for even one
month, and yet my bills aro 33 per cent,
higher than last December.
Tho gas company rob mo and every other
citizen by the methods they pursue.
This ought to be a year of reform; we com
menced with Tammany, now let tho peo
ple make a grand strike against incorporated
I would suggest the organization of a com
mittee of fifty to protect ourselves from tho
rapacity of the gas light company. Any ono
interested will please call at No.611 Seventh
etreet northwest. Gzobqe H. Haoteb,
Dr. Sbado lias Positively Demonstrated
in a Number of Hopeless Cases of
Consumption in This City
that Tuberculosis Is a
THE OPINIONS OF A FEW UNPREJU
"Dr. Sbado's plan of treatment, I am satis
fied, will be tho coming troatmont for (tuber
culosis) consumption, etc.
"Dr. a. li. l'mixirs
"Late physician to the Bcllovue Hospital.
Dr. Phillips was under Dr. Shade's treat
ment until cured.
'I am interested beyond measuro in Dr.
Shndo's discovery for that is what It seems
to mo Is tho fact, and it la by far tho greatest
discovery in tho medical world In this coh
tury. Dr. Bkett MonoAy.
"Professor of lung diseases in the San Fran
cisco Medical College."
Dr. Shade has been actively engaged in tho
general practice of medicine for nearly a
quarter of a century. But since he mado his
discovery he has devoted his attention almost
entirely to diseases of tho throat and chost.
Tho majority of lung and throat diseases aro
complicated with stomach, heart, kidnoy or
liver trouble, Ac. Dr. Shade having been a
general practitioner for so many years would
naturally understand tho unraveling of tho
most complicated cases, especially those
connected with diseases of tho throat and
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OUR REASON POINTS TO GOD
Bishop Keane's Lecture on "'The Tko
ERRORS OF THE MATERIALIST
Socratic Philosophy Contrasted with That of
the Atomic and Cosmic Schools Its Be
vival by Modern Philosophers First of
the Catholic University lectures.
Bishop Keane opened the fall course of
public lectures at tho Catholic University yes
terday afternoon with an address on "The
two world philosophies." Tho lecture-room
of tho theological building wns comfortably
filled with interested listeners, many of whom
were from the city.
After a brief intioduction, dwelling on tho
value aud importance of historical study of
his subject, Bishop Keane proceeded to an
analysis of the two antagonistic world philoso
phies which for twenty-five centuries havo
swayed the minds of students and thinkers.
This he did under three heads or epochs, tho
first dating from the time of Socrates, in tho
fifth century preceding tho Christian era, the
second embracing the early days of Chris
tianity and the ascendance of the Roman em
pire, and third including modern philosophy
down to the last decade of the nineteenth
The question a3ked by philosophers of all
schools is: "What is the interpretation of tho
Tho question was answered by philosophers
of the atomic schools, Heraclitus, Democritus,
and later, Epicurus, with the dictum that mat
ter alono exists, that all phenomena owo
themselves to the blind play of forces with
out Intelligent causation.
Sorrates refuted these philosophers with
the doctrine of intelligent and invnriablo
causation. He saw that the central fact of
tho universe was man. He saw that the two
great facts of man's existence were reason
Lookiug out through man's reason ho dis
cerned a supreme intelligence nbovo man, tho
great cause of things; looking out through
man's conscience he saw supreme good, the
infallible standard of right and wrong. This
supremo Intelligence and supreme goodness
were outside of man, outside of the universe;
not Immanent; not a part of it.nor tho whole
of it, but a superior and controlling spirit.
From man's reason and conscience he further
deduced the immortality of tho soul. Socrates,
in a word, saw God in tho universe as the
cause of causes.
In tho second epoch Cicero followed tho
Socratic philosophy, and Ariatotle, Plato, and
others taught it in modified forms. But in
this epoch it was Jesus Christ who gavo to
this philosophy a new meaning and to man's
placo.in tho universe a new dignity. Jesus
Christ not only redeemed tho world but ho
placed its philosophy on a sound and stable
Coming down to our own epoch Bishop
Keano criticized the cosmic philosophy of
evolution, which, when enunciated by August
Cointe, was thought to furnish not only a
valid philosophy but a now religion to tho
world. This philosophy camo at a tlmo when
people were tired of metaphysics, when Ger
man idealism had gone to extremes, and when
Bcientiflo Investigation began to roveal tho
People, however, aro not above applying to
philosophy the practical test of its ability to
meet the facts of life, and this test has been
applied thoroughly to the philosophy of cos
mic evolution both by scientific observers and
by metaphysicians. Tho result has been that
tho cosmic philosophy fails to supply an ade
quate explanation of tho universe.
Bishop Keano hero read a number of ex
tracts from recent scientific writing, notably
from Prof. Huxley's lato Bomanes lecture,
showing tho trend of modern scientific
thought toward the old doctrlnoof a superior
Intelligence operating upon the material uni
vorse, and tho futility of the nttempt of tho
materialistic philosophy to account for tho
great fact of human consciousness.
Prof. Huxley, said Bishop Keane. ndmitted
the premises of tho Socratic philosophy. He
only shrunk from tho conclusions. Thoro is
nothing new under the sun. Tho old Socratic
doctrine of causation has appeared in the lat
est expression of modern scientillc thought.
As Prof. William Thompson, an acknowledged
scientific authority, has said tho evidences
are strong about us of a purposeful and bo
nevolent intelligence working in tho material
Tho next lecture in this course will bo given
by Rev. Prof. Thomas J. Shahan, November
15, on "John Baptist de Rossi."
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The Sunday times.
KEARLY ALL OYER.
Smallpox Patients Doing Nicely and No
Need of Further Anxiety.
Health Officer Woodward said last night
that no new cases, either of varioloid or
smallpox, had been discovered yesterday. An
investigation of several suspected cases de
veloped the fact that no causo existed for tho
belief that tho sick people were suffering
from the dreaded disease.
It is now thought that tho danger is about
over, and although the health office will not
relax its vigilance, the authorities feel re
lieved. Dr. Novitt's patients aro recovering and
will be able to sit up very soon. In about a
week it is hoped that the smallpox scare will
havo entirely subsided.
In Nine Colors to Be Presented Free to Every
Next Sunday. Order at ouce to avoid Disappointments. 'gC'Watch the RED NUMBERS- They mean
CONCERNS OF THE DISTRICT
Commissioners Approve an Order Re
quiring Vaccination of Pupils.
LIQUOR MEN TALK EXCISE LAW
Secretary Morton Cannot Use Galvanized
Iron Pipes to Connect Veterinary Experi
ment Station with 'Water Main Defective
Pipes Causo Loss of Too Much Water.
In tho estimation of Health Officer "Wood
ward, the probabilities of the further spread
of smallpox in the community are sufficient
to justify an additional recommendation in
the matter ofvaccination.
Dr. Woodward was In consultation with tho
Commissioners yesterday afternoon, and after
discussing tho general situation submitted an
order upon the subject which the board ap
proved. The order recites the previous regulations
adopted under tho laws, and quotes tho pro
visions as to tho vaccination of children, with
tho citation of the several acts under which
the regulations were legalized, and concludes
And, whereas, smallpox now exists in this
District, I therefore direct that parents and
guardians shall cause their children and
wards to be successfully vaccinated, except
in such cases as have been successfully vacci
nated within five yenrs from the date of tho
order, or as may have been protected from
infection by a previous attack of infection or
The order is signed by Dr. Woodward, as
is required under tho law, and has tho signa
tures of the three Commissioners attached,
signifying their approval.
The case that gave rise to this order was of
a pupil in tho Central High School whose pa
rents declined to comply with the previous
order. The child, a girl, was sent home, and
was refused readmission to tho school unless
she could bring the required eviaence of vac
cination. Tho father, H. G. Patter, upon the
grounds that he did not believe in the
efficacy of vaccination, and on tho contrary
had known ovil effects to grow therofrom, ap
pealed to the board of trustees, and tho mat
ter eventually reached the Hoalth officer and
tho Commissioners with tho foregoing result.
There were fifty-four applications for li
censes returned to tho assessor by the polico
Heutennnts yesterday. This ran up tho ag
gregate to d'ato to 139. Out of tho total re
turned yesterday there wore but four to
which objections were filed, and these wero
of minor importance.
That there is to be mora thau tho usual stir
when the board of excise takes up tho licenso
queitlon is manifest on every hand.
The Anti-saloon League has already indi
cated its policy to bo a reduction of tho num
ber of licensed bars. Tho campaign that
opened with tho circulation of appeals to
property owners and residents to "hang the
gate on tuo other post" uy withdrawing con
sent to renewals, means, it is alleged, that
where there is a saloon ngainst which a case
can bo maintained the request for signatures
to a paper giving assent to tho renewal will
bo wanting, if within the power of the league
to prevent acquiescence.
The licenso men claim that the record of tho
saloons will bo their own best recommenda
tion. If a saloonkeeper has violated the law,
or shown a disposition to wilfully give trouble,
tho advocates of licenso will not, it i3 be
lieved, tako any trouble to assist in getting
the licenso renewed; but where a man has in
all respects complied with tho law, his case
will bo mado an issue, if necessary, in tho
Tho licenso men claim that they have rights
under the law that cannot bo ignored.
They do not believe that they will havo
any trouble in obtaining justice of tho excise
board, but contend that there may bo cases
where tho enforcement of tho rule against a
personal hearing will do rank injustice, and
they believe tho board canuot refuse permis
sion for argument. In other words, they say
tbo board cannot in all cases adhere to tho rule
requiring written or printed briofs and deny
ing oral statements.
They contend that it would not be just to
either the advocates of license or to thoso
who may want to be heard in a protest.
At thesesslon of tho board of excise to be
held on Tuesday next this issue will, doubt
less, be raised, as it is in evidence that the
liquor men are ready to make a vigorous con
test, if necessary.
Seoretary Morton,,of tho Agricultural De
pnrtment, recently requested permission of
tho Dlstrist Commissioners for the substitu
tion of galvanized iron pipe for lead pipe with
which to connect the veterinary experiment
station on Bennlng's road with the water
main. Capt. Burr yesterdny submitted a re
port in tho matter, with tho recommendation
that tho Secretary be informed that the use of
galvanized iron for piping has been necessa
rily prohibited to avoid the wasto of water.
Capt. Burr says: "Galvanized pipe is rap
idly corroded with pin holes, causing a multi
tude of small leaks, which continuoto run for
years undetected. -It is believed that 10,000,
000 gallons of water aro running to waste to
day through leaks in the old galvanized iron
Tho Secretary may use either lead or cast
Secretary Tindall, of tho Board of Com
missioners; J. W. P. Taylor, and Daniel
Curry, tho latter a clerk in the executive
oflleo at tho District Building, havo been put
ting their Inventive heads together in an
effort to doviFO a car fonder, and thev havo
succeeded so far as to get their model before
Tho fender is constructed upon a new prin
ciple, and is designed to offer a large and
elastic surface to any object with which it
comos in contact. That the fendcrhas merits
is evidenced by tho favorable expression of
opinion passed unou it by tho Commissioners.
Building Inspector Entwislo issued the fol
lowing permits yesterday: S. H. Walker,
four dwellings. Nos. 120 to 124 Sixth street
northeast. SG,000;3I. It. Crandall, three dwel
lings, Xos. 1446 to 14C0 Huntincton place,
12,000: BRrr & Samuel, two dwellings, Nos.
1361 nna 1363 Columbia Heights; 516.000; C.
Heurlch, repairs to building corner of Third
street and Pennsylvania avenue northwest,
10,000; Alibi Club, additions to clubhouse,
No. 1S0G I street northwest.
E. A. Gofton was yesterday appointed an
additional private on the polico force to serve
at tho health office for a period of three
Master plumbers' license was ordered yes
terday to bo issued to Robert G. Loughery
upon his filing a proper bond.
The proprietors of the National Hotel havo
raised an interesting question. The law
gives a street railway the right to use Bel
gian blocks, cobble-stones, asphalt blocks or
sheet asphalt between its tracks for paving
nurnoses. Tho Commissioners denied the
.Eckington and Soldiors' Home Company the
privilege of using cable between rennsyiva
nia avenue and C street on Sixth street
northwest, but did not prohibit tho other
material mentioned. Tho hotel proprietors
say that their guests cannot sleep on account
of tho noiso caused by contact of the horses'
hoofs with tho stono paving. Tho query is,
what will the Commissioners do about it?
Tho Commissioners havo made tho call on
Socretnry Carlisle, as anticipated by Tue
Tisies several days ago, to enter a plea
ngainst a general reduction of their esti
mates for the-noxt appropriation bill.
Anne Ilathaway tells tow it feels to ride on
a locomotive. Bead htr thrilling and inter
esting story in next Sunday's Times.
LAWYER RALSTOK DECLINES.
Will Not Submit His Charges Concerning
the .Maryland House of Correction.
Jackson H. Balston has written a letter to
Gov. Brown, of Maryland, in which ho de
clines to submit his charges of Inhuman
abuses on tho part of tho management of the
Maryland House of Correction to tho board.
Ho offers to submit tho investigation to a
committee free from nny personal or partisan
Tho attorney also reproaches the Governor
in connection with his promises to pardon tho
confined Hynttsville Coxeyites and tho slow
ness in releasing them. Ho says that ono
Hertman became blind through lack of proper
medical attention, and asks if the inaction
was the result of accident on tho Governor's
part or a blunder on the part of tho officials
of tho houso of correction.
Ho adds that ho could seo no reason why
tho pardon which Gov. Brown telegraphed,
should not havo become effective.
Mr. Balston demands the production of tho
records of tho association, and speak about
recent cases of men struck overtho head with
black jacks, men strung up and lashed and
men handcuffed to bars and left standing for
twenty-four to thirty-six hours as punishment
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