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Isked Captain JIcCalK If he was aware
t the Navy Department general regu
lation which subjected an oflicer to trial
t court martial with the maximum pen
alty of death if found guilty of falling
to attack an enemjs ship and if In ievc
of that regulation Schley had done all
that he shoud hive done to destroy the
Colon at that uiie Sir Rayner who had
evidently been waiting for a favorabo
opportunity to Introduce the special or
ders in this respect here found an excel
lent occasion to present them He said
It was unfair to ask such a question with
out mentioning the quallfjing orders
Scliles Report Intercepted
The attendance was ejulte
largo and much Interest was manifest
In the evidence adduced During the In
termission there was a seroal passage at
arms between Mr llayner and Captain
Parker on one side and Captain Lcmly on
the other over the publication in the
Xew York Herald of the despatch
which Schley prepared to send to the
Kay Department reporting the battle
of Santiago and irai Intercepted bj
Sampsons flag lieutenant who sent
Sampsons famous message beginning
Tho fleet undtr my command
The question of responsibility for its
publication at this time Tins raised Dur
ing thf somewhat heated colloquy Captain
Lcmly accused Captain Parker of alwajs
being suspicious to which that gentleman
replied that ho might be susplHous but
that ho was always a gentleman which
was more than ho could say of the judge
advocate Tho matter was dropped how
ever after a time without any personal
animosities being retained
Tho first witness was Capt William C
Wise recalled only to certify to the cor
rectness of the report of hla testimony
Thursday While on the stand Captain
VTse was asked this question by the
Court JJld ou direct Captain Slgsbce to
give Commodore Schley the information
contained in the despatch from the Nay
Department concerning the whereabout of
the Spanish squadron
Captain Wise answered I did not
Lieut Syencer S Wood who testified
Thursday was recalled for
nation le commanded the torpedo beat
Dupont In he Spanish war To Mr Ita
ner he salii that on the night of Slay 23
and the nisht of Slav 13 tho Dupont was
assigned to picket duty off deriiiccs
where the ruins Squadron then was
His orders were to remain midway be
tween the Castine and the fleet prolabty
about two milts ctf shore Lieutenant
Wood said he thuURht he was given direc
tions to show tvo rid lights to warn the
squadron If the enemjs torpedo beats
came out of the harbor but he did rot
know whether tho fact of these Instruc
tions was communicated to the fleet
The trstimonv of Lieutenant Wood was
favorable to Admiral Schley In that it
showed that a picket boat had been
at nlejK lnldp the line of the Ply
ing Squadron oft Cienfuegos
Sir Rayner called the attention of Lieu
tenant Wood to the testimony of Com
mander Harber In which he stated that
so far as h could recall there was no
picket line stationed or cruising between
the fleet and the harbor at Cienfuegos on
the 211 of SIny and Lieutenant Wood was
asked whether that staUmcct by Com
mander Harber was correct
It certainly was wrong Lieutenant
Wood replied I was Inside the picket
line
llcfntlntr Harlicrn TcMtlmonv
Sir Rayner read further questions and
answers of Commander Harber on this
point as follows
Q Were there any picket essels sta
tioned within or cruising- within the col
4mn line
A None that r can recall
Q You stand on that answer
A Its certainly
Q Then there was no picket line cruis
ing
A No sir
Now said Mr Itajner to the witness
hewas wrong In that
Lieutenant Wood I am not surprised
that Captain Harber made that statement
jThe torpedo boats were forgotten a good
many times Laughter Even the com-
In his report to the Navy
Department made no mention of them
and there is a letter of mine tn the de
partment calling attention to that fact
Sir JMyner Ihe question that I am tt
Jiow then Is that Captain Harber his
definitely stated that there was no picket
boat Inside the lino at Cienfuegos You
-tear that there was and that the Dupont
was one of those boats
Lieutenant Wood I was Inside of tho
line inside of the Castine
- Sir Raj ner What wc are trjing to get
at 13 this that Commodore Harber raid
there were ro picket boats Inside the line
at Cienfuegos Now you say that there
fwere and that ou were Inside one of
them Is that correct
A That is correct I was inside Uie
Castine
Captain Lemly I desire to say to coun
sel that Ccramander Harber did not tay
that a picket line was not maintained
What he aid say was that ho couiu not
Tecollect any
2Ir Raj ner We are not trjing to im
peach the i eracity of Commander Harber
but we are impeaching his recollection
Laughter
Sir Hanna here interrupted to say that
counsel stated ery positively that Com
mander Harber said that there were no
picket boats at Cienfuegos Now I wish
to bring out the fact that Commander
Harber was not wrong In his testimony
said Sir Hanna I object to that method
of questioning the witness He has ask
ed tf Commander Harber was not wrong
and I object to that as he has not said
that the scouts were not there He has
only said that he could not recollect it
I urn afraid we shall have to object to
such questions In the future
To Mr llayner Lieutenant Wood said
that ho went in etry nigh while at
Cienfuegos In the Djpont and reported
every morning to the tisgshlp but he did
not remember what be reported on par
ticular days Ills impression was that on
the mornlns of Slay 23 he reported that
he had seen lights near the lighthouse
Mr Hanna objected to what he termed
the effort of Sir Raj ner to make it ap
pear that Commander Harber had said
definitely that there vcre no picket boats
at Cienfuegos Commander Harber as
serted Sir Hanna said he did not recol
lect any
What is all this about asked Sir
Rayner
It is to correct a misstatement in the
record was the answ er and Sir Hanna
said ho was afraid he woald hae to ob
ject to statements of that kind hereafter
No Specific Instructions
To Sir Hanna Lieutenant Wood said ho
did not remember specific orders to him
while on picket duty to cot er such a con
tingency as the sudden appearance of the
- enmy but he had been given sencral in
structions on that bubject at Key West
He had no instructions at Cienfuegos so
far as he could remember as to what to
do If he saw the enemys torpedo boats
coming out
llr Hanna What steps were taken by
you or any other ejsel to discover
whether the Spanlh vessels were in the
harbor of Cierfuesos
Lieutenant Wood None that I know of
Q Was any attempt made to destroy
batter rs
A None that t know of
At the conclusion of Lientnant Woods
examination he was asked the following
question by the court
Could you ec the Texas from the Da
ront during the night of Slay 2 and 23
Lieutenant Wood No sir
This had a bearing on
testimony that from the Texas he
could not see any plciet boats inside he
line of the squadron
In tho interim following the conclusion
of Lieutenant Woods Matlmonv and the
arrival of the next witness Sir Hanna
xnado announcement to the Court con
cerning tho issne raised by Admiral
Schleys counsel on Wednesday thst there
were Important differences in t text of
the despatch from Admiral Schley to the
Difficult BlgesiiQii
Bat 1 j dyspepsia
It makes life miserable
li3Eii3ercrj eat not becaosa they tcanl to
-bat simply because ttey mutU
They know they are Irritable scd fretful
bet they cannot be otherelic
Thry complain of a bad taste In Uve
moots s tenderness at Uk pit of the stom
ach on uneasy feellnj of puffy minor
tondache heartburn and what not
Tho effectual remedy proved by perma
nent cures ol thousands of t everc cases is
Hoods Sarsaparilla
JUooss tint tb but uthuuc
Kan Dpnirtmonr rnvlpir thai fhn
litrl Ho rtnrted to tell of how ho re
ceived these instructions while on board
Admiral Sampsons llngshlp and the con
versation tint occurred at tho time In
Admiral Sampsons cabin but was
stopped by a question fiom Sir Rajncr
Is It the purpose to bring in conversa
tions oft the north coast of Cubi affect
ing the of Uie Flj lng
Squadron he asked
CniiCaln LemljH Contention
Captain Lemly explained that he did
not want the witness to statu the con
tents of the despatch at this time but
only to bring out tho circumstances under
which the despatches were given to him
Captain Lcmlj insisted that the Court in
voke the rule that there could be objec
tions put In the way of the Investigation
While this is our investigation the
specifications in the precept are jours
said Mr Rayner We asked for the in
vestigation but jou framed the specifica
tions and we are here acting under them
and controlled them
The Court withdrew for consultation
and on reassembling Admiral Dewey an
nounced
Tho Court sustains the objection to
tho enquiry so far a3 It relates to tho
conversation which took place on board
the New- York but tnis ruling uora iiuc
directed the witness to
convcv to Commodore bcuiej
Lieutenant Hood said he had been given
the same Instructionb hat were In tho
memorandum which the witness identllled
when produced by the Judge advocate
This brought an objection to the witness
stating what was in written Instructions
when tho Instructions themselves were
before the Court Captain Lemly pro
tested that ho had asked the vit
ncss to Identify them The hoIe
course of procedure on the other side Is
obstruction he exclaimed with apparent
j indignation
on don t mat remarxeu jir
Rayner we dont mean to be obstruct
ive
It Is ob3trnctlv e said Captain Lemljv
and I would rather have the Courts
opinion on that point
Sir Rayner then produced the originals
of the despatch telling Schley to go to
Santiago and the memorandum saying
that he was to proceed with despatch and
called attention to the receiving stamp on
the back of each reading Received flag
ship Brookljn 23 lc93 S13 a m
Lieutenant Hood identified the despatch
and the accompanj lng memorandum
iards are not here Cienfuegos Besides
my ships all want coal The Slassachu
sctts wants so many hundred tons the
Texas so many hundred tons and also
the Brookljn so that we cannot go any
whrre 1 told Commodore that I
had passed a collier convoyed by a gun
BdatTit a little before davllsht that
morning that It was probabl she had
thrre or four thousand tons and that she
VAuldcofnc in within two or three hours
He again expressed his belief that tho
Spanish fleet was in the harbor of Cien
fuegos
He said that he had heard some firing
when ha vvassbout forty miles oft that
port which firing he took to be a welcome
to the Spanish squadron I then said to
Commodore Schley that the Information
which Admiral- Sampson hat he consid
ered as definite and that he had no doubt
but that the Spanish squadron was at
Santiago Commodore Schley then said to
me lhat Admiral Sampson did not under
stand that he was not on the spot and
could not Judge I also Informed Commo
dore Schley that I had verbal orders
from the commander-in-chief which did
not appear in my written orders I was
to remain with the Havk at Clenfuego3
after all the ships had left for a day or
two as long aa my coal lasted That was
the substance of the conversation Com
modore Schley made some further re
marks on the subject of coal
Q Describe the commodores manner
A The commodore was It Ids chair all
the time but he seemed very much per
plexed as to what to do He seemed very
much In doubt
Q Do you recollect whether anything
was said about communicating with tho
Insurgents
A Ihere was something said by me
Q State whether or not during the
timu you were off Cienfueios with the
Hawk any effort was rnado to communi
cate with the insurgents In uba
A There was not
Q How long did you remain there
A Prom about 1am till about 1 p m
Q Where did you go then
A I was sent by Commodore Schley
with a despatch to the commander-in-chief
Lieutenant Hood was questioned as to
knowledge possessed at that time as to
the whereabouts of the Spanish squadron
and said that at Cienfuegos the American
ships had some little bulletin saying
that the Spanish squadron had lift San
tiago on Slay 20
Sewn Ilroucul liy the Adula
Captain I emly then read a communica
tion from Commodore Schley to Admiral
Sampson dated OK Cienfuegos Slay 23
1SD3 saying that the steamer Adula
which had left Stntago Slay IS reported
that on that night she sav the lights of
seven -vessels seventy miles to tho south
ward of Santiago and that next day
Thursday 19 at Kingston cable re
ported the Spanish fleet at Santiago
The Spanlrh fleet did arrive at Santiago
Slay U Commodore Schley said also
in this communication Friday Slay 20
the licet was reported to have left San
tiago
Now on Saturdaj Slay 21 when about
forty miles southwest of this port I
hoard from the bridge of this vessel
firing of guns toward Cienfuegos which I
interpr ted as a welcome to the Spanish
licet and the news this morning by the
Adula convinces me that the fleet is here
Latrit war bulletin from Jamaica receiv
ed this morrlng asserts that the fleet had
left Santiago I think I have them here
almost to a certalntj
Captain Lemlj nlso read a despatch
from Commodore Schley to Admiral
Sampfion sajing that he was by no means
satisfied that the Spcriah fleet was not in
Clenfaegos Harbor and that he would
therefore remain off that place
Mr Hanna with tho assent of Admiral
Sthlcj s counsel Introduced a memoran
dum which th receiving stimp ahowed
had been received on the Urocklj n at
S 15 a in J4ay 23 lrDi dlrvctirg Com
modore Schiey to atop work on tho new
fortification at Cienfut goa reported by
Captain McCall i I iter In the day Cap
tain SlcCan1 testified that no attempt had
been made by Commodore Sclilcy to stop
tlds work
In taking1 the witness for cross-examination
Sir Ravner first read the meno
ramlum from Admiral Sampson to Com
modore Scklej dillvcrcd by the witness
ou board tne Ilrooldja on the niornhvj
of Stay 23 In vLIch Admiral Sampson
sjld it is thought that the enclosed in
structions wtn reach j ou by 2 a m on
Slay 23 Ths wfll eriabf ycra to leave be
fore daylight in answer to Mr Rayner
Lieutenant Jfood nahl that lie had net
arrived at Cleufucgoa at 2 a m that
mothlng and that Admiral Sampson had
overestinrited speed of the- e ssel
Tlitu he could not lenve before day
light If he dlil not gt the despatches un
til 811 a mr asked Sir Rajncr
After the recess the crcss cxamlnstlon
THE TIMES WASHINGTON SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 28 1901
cf Lieutenant Hood was proceeded with coaled off1 Santiago on the afternoon or
stiteel In to questions by Sir the
ment orders could not be obejed nnd he He answer evening of the 6th of Slay and on
was 6bllged to return from Santiago to Ravner that the first olilcer he met on the 27th Thweather conditions he said
Key webt for coal as It was written iroara uic ajnioKiyri wnen n went iu were unusually good Commodore Schley
nail and as It appeared on tho printed Her the despatches was the oflicer of i the witness remarked had asked him if
appendix of war correspondence
Mr Hanha conttnded that the altera
tions dldwot chango the sense or the Im
port of the despatch Sir Rajncr how
cur insisted tint tho changes were
material In their effect on Admiral
Schkjs care
Lieut John Hood who commanded the
convened gunboat Hawk in the Sptnlsli
war rent witne s Kamlned by
Captain Lcmly he tod of having dcllv
rnti despatches to Commodore Schley oft
Cienfursros on the mornlnir of Slay 23
a lie bi j Kiei ie iie cnuia coal u Haiti I told him said
I commodores secretary who went with Captain SlcCalla I had been there four
htm tn fhn pnmmfutnm a inhn WhrthAi
I he carried down the despatches or
whether Sir Wells carried them he could
not sav but he remembered that the com
modore opened and read them In his
presence
The witness said in answer to another
question that he- did not know at th it
time whether he had passed the Slarble
hend
Sir Rayner Did j ou gather from what
he Schlev said that the memorandum
and desp itch were confusing did he say
to jou that there was a conflict between
the despatch and the memorandum
Lleutenint Hood He did not make such
a statement to me
Sir Rijntr soaght to show by an ab
stract from a mairizine article signed Uy
Admiral Sampson that the steamer Adula
had reprrted the Information which Com
modore Schlev said he obtained from htr
In regard to the whereabouts of the Span
ish ileet but Sir Hanna objected and the
extract was not read
Just at this point Sir Stayton
peireu us mo representative ot Admiral
Simpson hut th Incident of the Courts
rcfussl to permit him to remain inside the
liar was lost on the spectators
Cnntniii Mefnlln Called
Tho next witness was Capt Bowman n
McCiIla now commanding the flagship
Kearsarge who during tho war with
Spain was In command of tho cruiser
SUrblclicad Ho has been regarded all
along as one of the most Interesting wit
nesses for tho Judge advocate He gave
his testimony in a low voice and did not
hesitate In answering questions
Captain SlcCalla told of falling In with
tho Pljing Squadron oft tho riorlda
coast on 13 ISIS while the squadron
apply to any verbal order which tho com- was on its waj to Cienfuegos and direct-
lng tho Paglo to report to Commodore
certain Information which the
witness had gathered regarding the situa
tion on the south coast of Cuba Tho
Eagle however was Intercepted tho
vixen which reported to tho flagship
Was attempt made to obtain any
informatlon from you by Schley about
tho state of affairs
None answered Captain SlcCalla
Tho witness was then oxumlned at
some length in regard to a code of signals
which he had arranged with insurgents
rear Cienrucgos by which communication
could be established between the shore
and American ships
He had communicated this code he
said to Captain Chadwick chief ot
stafJ to Admiral Simpson enjoining
on him He hal not made a writ
ten report on the subject and had not
told anjonc else because he did not want
to take entrees that might secure
the betrajal of the Cubans with whom
he had arranged the code
Sir Hanna When jou made communi
cation of the secret code of signals to the
chief of stair did jou make it a
v nion nau been ianueu to mm on me
New York he slid and delivered to dential matter
rnnrnA Uitiinii h 971 nt Mav ami I - pressed
were read to the Court by Captain
He waa asked What other despatches
did j ou cany and answered I had
two env clones one of which contained
this so called memorandum and the other
contained duplicates of the despatches
which Admiral banipson told me had b en
sent me Slarblehead Ho did not tell
nie their contents
Q Were you Instructed to keep a look
out for the Vesuvius
A I was and 1 was to turn the
despatches over to her In case I met her
as- she badsrealir speed than the Hawk
nmL as it was Important to have the
despatches delivered as soon as possible
I Did jou pass the collier Jlerrimac
A Yec
Q Did i ou ha e any conversation with
Commodt re Schley after he had read the
despatches
A I did
Ailmlrnl Schleys Objection
Q State what that conversation was
A Commodore Schley read tho de
spatches and then turning to me he said
Admiral Sampson wishes me to go to
Santiago I cannot do It I told Admiral
Schley that the admiral Instructed me to
deliver the despatches the moment I ar
rived Ihcn Commodore Schley said I
am not at all satisfied that the Span
upon him the necessltj
ot secrecy
Q When did j ou arrive at Cienfuegos
the second time from Key West
A About s o clock on the morning ot
tne ot jay
Q When jou arrived there did j ou re
port to the commanding olilcer
A I went on board tho flagship Brook
ljn anu reported to commodore cciej
Q Did he give jou any orders or In
structions at that time
A I handed him an envelope maiked
confidential and in the conversation
which followed I told him that the Span
ish vessels under CMfvera had been re
norted nuthoritalivelvas belntr at San
tiago that thej had been so reported at
whn 1 left on the 21st they were still at
Santiago
Q lou commnnieatcd that verbally
A Yes Commodore Schley told me
that he thought the Spanish squadron
was at Cienfuegos He said thatiie had
received a newspaper from the Adula a
few daj s previously from which ho gath
ered that thej must have sailed from
Santiago in time to reach Cienfuegos be
fore the arrival of tho forces under his
command Before that I asked him If he
had seen any lights on -the beach He
said he- had I asked him it he hod seen
three lights at night and he said he had
1 said Those are the Cubans trying to
communicate X offered to go and see
about it
Q Before you made that suggestion
had Commodore Schley given you any in
structions on the subject
A No
Q What did you do after that Inter
view
Communicated With the Cnlihns
A I told Commodore Schley that I
would take tho Eagle with mf because the
captain of tho Eagle knew exactly the
spot where the lights had appeared We
arrived there about noon and we found
Cubans drawn up on the beach Wo at
once landed ammunition dynamite and
rUcs and gave them clothing and food
I found that Cervera was not at Cien
fuegos
Q Did you have nny difficulty In com
municating with the insurgents
A I had no difficulty In communicating
with them because they had a perfect
harbor vith a low bluff about fifteen
feet high
Q How did you communicate with
them
A With two boats from the Slarble
head and two boats from the Eagle
Q Who went on shore
A Lieutenant Noel of tho Slarblehead
and an olilcer from the Eagle
Q Having obtained thia Information
what did jou do
A Signaled the captain of the Eagle to
rejoin the Brookljn and make a full re
port and to report that Cerveras squad
ron was not at Cienfuegos
Q did you send the Eagle
A Because the Eagle was faster than
the Slarblehead
Q Did you consider tnat information
of importance
A 1 considered It of great Importance
Q Then wliat did you do
A I followed In tho Slarblehead reach
ing the Brooklyn between 3 and 4 oclock
y Did jou go on board the Brookljn
A I steamed undtr the quarter of the
Brooklyn and had seme conversation
with Commodore Schley I asked him If
he would liko mo to go on board He
said he would and I went on board
o Hiiat occurreu uuring tnai inter
view
A After going on board I or course
confirmed the fact that Admiral Cerveras
fleet was not at Cienfuegos and I saw
then for the first time a set of Instruc
tions to CommcHlore Schley During the
conversation he asked me to read the in
structions nnd after I read them he
asked me vhat I thought he had better
do Previously to that he had said that
he could not go to Santiago that his
ships could not be coaled at sea and also
that If he returned to Key West he would
be court martialed It was after this that
he handed me tho orders and after read
ing them I said Commodore I think I
would go to Santiago even If I did not
stay there While I was there the flag
lieutenant of the Brooklyn came In with
two separate signals cne was as to the
iiuantlty of coal on each of the ships and
the other was a report that the Slerrlmac
Ind 3 Sfi tons of coal
Q Repeat whit j ou ild to Commodore
as to going to Santiago
A I said Commodore I think j ou
mus go to Santiago even If jou do not
staj there Shortly afterward Commo
dore jchlej said This is a matter which
1 wIP have to dceide mj self and jou may
rctti n to j our ship
Q Did Commodore Schley say nnvtkng
to Indicate whether it was hW intention
to go that day or tho next day
A Nothing
Sir llama At whit hour did j ou leave
Cli nfueges on tho 23d of Slay
Captain SIcCaila After dark
Q How do jou know It was after dark
A Because I saw the adlos signals to
the fleet
tj Wa 3 the order to the Tlylng Squad
ron to proceed to Santiago with all
despatch obevrd
A The Plying Sousdron did not pro
ceed to Santiago with all despatch
Vojncro t Sautluiro
Then Captain SlcCalla repeated In
answer to questions the story that had
been told several times to the Court aiout
the movement of the Flvlng Sepiadron to
vaid Siatlago He said he had heard
something nt Uie time about the Slerrl
mac and the Eagle delaying the squad
ron but did not know what It was He
said among other thlng3 that during tho
vojogc the Slarblehead was not In need
of coal
Sir Ilanni Were you nt any time dur
ing the Santiago campaign whle the Slar
blehead vus attacheel to the Flying
Squadron apprehensive concerning the
cotl supply of jour vessel
Captain SlcCalla I wns not
Captain SrcCalla slid he cojld have
Headache caused Ly Indigestion promptly cured
by liojal llcaoache Tablets Sate sure
times and- there would be no difficulty
tuiiiS miucr tne nortnern promontorj
ar el also at Cape Cruz
ianna If joa had had a collier
could you htve kept the Slarblehead off
bartiagr indr the conditions as they
of 3 eXi for an considerable length
Captain SlcCalla I should not havo
anticipated any difficulty In coaling tho
Sliu blchend from what I knew or tho
conditions existing
Sir Hanna asked It tho Eaglo could
have coaled and Captain Parker of Ad
miral Schlej s counsel objected to tho
question Sir Hanna withdrew it sajing
V thls to argument Captain
SlcCalla told of arriving oft Sintlago on
Commodore Schleys return to that port
about sundown Slay 28 and seeing on
the next morning tho Colon and another
vessel of tho Vlzcaja class in the- outer
harbor The Colon remained in sight
until the morning of Juno 1
Sir Hanna What was left undone to
destroy the Colon
Mr Raj ner objected to the question
and Sir Hanna insisted that it was ad
missible under naval regulations
Sir Rayner contended that tho ques
tion shoulel not be answered except with
reference to the Instructions of tho Navy
Department to Admiral Sampson not to
subject hl3 vessels unnecessarily to the
lire of the Spanish batteries before tho
Spanish fleet had been destroyed
Sir Hanna then put the question as
suggested by Sir Rayner and Captain
SlcCalla answered The whoe force un
der Schley was not used
Captain Lemly here read Admiral
Dewejs letter to Admiral Sampson de
clining to permit him to become a party
to tho case and the Court adjourned until
today
Admiral Simpsons letter and Admiral
Deweys rerjly follow
The Burkchaven
Burkehaven Like
Sdnapee N H Sept 9 1901
Sir I respectfully request that
Messrs Stayton and Campbell be per
mitted to appear leforo the Court ot
Enqulrj to represent my Interests
Very respectfully
WILLIAM m SASIPSON
September 27 191
Admiral I am today in receipt
through Mr W H Stajton of jour
letter of the 9th Inst requesting that
Messrs stayton and Campbell be per
mitted to appear before the Court of
Enquiry as your counsel to represent
your Interests
- In reply jou are advlred that the
Court does not at this time regard
J en as a party to tho caso now before
it and therefore Is unablo to comply
with jour request Very respectfully
GEORGE DEWEY
Admiral U S Navy
President of the Court
EEV 3AEBY SMITH DEAD
Member of Georgetown Incullj Suc
ctimbn to a LliiKcrlncr Hlneies
The Rev Barrj Smith S J professor
of chemistry In Georgetown Universltj
died about 2 oclock jesterdaj morning nt
Slount St Agnes Sanitarium near Balti
more He went there in extremely bad
health on VdnesJay and his condition
steadllj grejw vvorse For several years
past he haSjnolbetn weU although until
within a month or so of tho close of the
last school year he was able to continue
the duties of hjs position
Although no definite intelligence re
specting tho funeral arrangements had
been received latq last night from the
Rev Jerome Daugherty President of the
university who went to Baltimore Im
mediately tho announcement of the death
was receiv ed iti is expected that the ser
vices will lfl held at Woodstock Md
where Father Smith once pursued hlsi
theological studies A large number of
members ofthfl faculty will attend the
funeral 1 a
Father Smith had been connected with
Georgetown although not con
tinuously for about eleven j oars Ho
was born in Baltimore about thirty live
years agecbHU father wa3 Barry Smith
a well knovvntbopk dealer of that city
Jlany of his relatives live there now He
attended Holy Cross College at Worces
ter Slass and later Woodstock College
at Woodstock Md where he completed
his theological studies
Shortly afterward he entered the Jesuit
order and was assigned to the faculty
of Georgetown College Several jears
aso he spentajear ot probation In St
Louis
Stopn the Conch
nnd Works Off the Cold
Laxative Bromo Quimne Tablet cure a cold in
one day o cure no pay Price 25 cents
FINACIL STATimiTS
STTKMEVTof ll e conditio1Tlr7KSErTRrTY
INSriMNCB COMPANY ot Xew Harm Conn
cm the 30th day of June HOI as required by art
of CongToa approved July 29 132
Capital stoct rOI t
Capital stock paid up SCOO0O 00
ASSETS
Cadi in bank 331 S
Real estate S X
Bonds and mortsacs first Ilea on
real estate 133533 T3
Stocks and bonds market raluc SyiTW 0
Bila receivable and collateral loanj 17132 Ui
Premhims uncollected and in hands
oi agents 137400 CI
Interest due and accrued 3195 41
Total assets 1010850 0J
LIABILITIES
Cash capital v 30003 00
Ueervc premium lund 4o3376 32
lloerve for unpaid losses and clainii IH463 00
Net surplus 1U010 71
Total liabilities l0iaSo0 03
Statement of dividends and expenses
for six months ending June CO
1101
Dividends S12C00 00
Current expenses 3047 40
CHARLES S LEETE President
If MA0V Secretary
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 2Cth
day of September 100L
Seal FRANK II MAS0X Notary Pubhc
t COHES Agents 02G F Street north
west
STATKMFNT of the condition of the CLEXS
FALLS INSURANCE POJIPANY of Clens Falls
N Y on the SOtlf day of June 1301 as required
by act of Congress approved July 2D 1S02
Capital stock 20OOO0 00
Capital stock paid up 200000 OT
ASSETS
Cash in tanks 513235 -2
Ileal estate 65113 75
Bonds and mortgages first hen on
real estate 1017S11
Stocks and bonds market value 1557460 03
Bills receivable and collateral loans 75S12 Ci
Premiums uncollected and in hands
of agents 160511 03
Interest due and accrued on June
10 1901 12137 34
LIABILITIES
Cash capital 200000 00
Reserve premium lund 071301 19
Reserve for unpaid losses and claims 7633 70
Other liablhtiea 34076 00
Net surplus 2151233 09
Statement ol dividends and expenses
lor six mouths ending June 20
101
Dividends 70000 00
Current expenses 01552 52
It v LITTIE Secretary
StWriLcd aiM suom to before mc this 25th
elay of September 1101
CUTTER J DcIONC Notary Public
mRAn NOHCES
liT niif slwiemfTcolrt oFtiif DISTRICT
OF COLLMBIV lIOLUINi 1 SfrCIAI TERM
OF LtJUlTV BLfdNtbS THOMAS BIX
STEl Cornplaiiuut vs UIER1C VX
htllNRS A I OV SSOCI VTION ol -New
iorle C1IMILW a N ILBUIl UrtVAlID 1
rVMirK Becciven SVMUtl JIMIUOV AND
JOHN HIDOirr Defendants liulty 22o36
AVILiml A MVNN Complainant is WCJIO
AMiHICMX SMILs LOIN A0C1ATI0V
ol Xew ork OIURI tS S WILBUR Kll
WAIU I CHNDFI R ecivers SVMUM
AIVDDOY AND JOHN- R1DOUT DeienJants
Equity So S2M7
On motion ol the complainants in the ahove
consolidated cades hy their solicitors Leckie 4
Tulton It Is this 27TH fY OF SEPTEMBER
1001 ordered that the defendants Anglo- Vmerlcan
Savings Loan Association ol Sew York Charles
S AWlbcr and Idveard D Candce receivers cause
their appearance to to entered herein on or be
fore the first rue da occurring forty dajs after
this date otherwise the said causes will be pro
ceeded with as la cae ol elelault
The object of these suits is to obtain an ae
couutiig from eaid Association and redeem the
lots denbed and set out In tlie bills ol the
complaint which aad lots are located In SmaU
Wood subdivision in part of tract of land called
Hhitehaven and St Phillips and Jacobs In the
District of Columbia These orders shall be pub
lished once a week lor three weeks previous to
said rule eky in the asungton Law Reporter
aril the Ytaahrncton Times
Seal B1SG1IM CWci Justice
A true copy Jests
J R lOySC Clerk
By M A CLASCY Assistant Clerk
THE SAMPSON RESIDENCE
A House on Jicw Hampshire Ave
nue Purchiibcd in Wifes Jiamc
rormerly Owned liy Captain Kol
Ker Occupied by Admiral When
Chief of Orilnniiee Orderly in
Churire PnrnlCuro Arrive Today
Rear Admiral William T Sampson will
sodn return to Washington and take up
his residence at 1613 New Hampshire Ave
nue northwest formerly the property of
Capt William Slajhcw Folger U S N
The deed convejlng this property to Sirs
Sampson was placed on record jesterday
by Captain Folger and the premises were
described as lot No HI In square No 133
The consideration named is 1 but tho
dceel of sale bears revenue stamps to an
amount which Indicates tho value of the
property to be about COCuo
The residence is tho same that was
used by Admiral Sampson for nearly eight
jears when he was detailed here some
time ago as Chief of the Ordnance Bureau
of the Navy Department At that time
Admiral Sampson renteel the premises
from Captain Folger Tho latter w 1th hl3
It i3 understood have left the
Captain Folger Is nt present stationed at
Tompklnsville Staten Island whe ro he
Is serving as lighthouse inspector
A seaman who has acted as Admiral
Sampsons orderly at the Boston Navy
Yard arrived in this city at an early hour
yesterday morning He went at once to
the agents and securing the key to the
house entered and took possession of the
premises
When seen at the house last night tho
who refused to give his name
stated that her left Boston Thursday
night with Instructions rrom Sirs Samp
son to take charge ot the furniture ex
pected to arrive this morning from Bos
ton wnence It was sblDDed before ho left
He said that Sirs Sampson told him that
sue no mea vet a3 to wnen pne ana tne
admiral would come to the National Capi
tal Dut wished to have tho house ready
lor occupancy as soon as possIDie
Tho orderly will receive the furniture
this morning and with the assistance of
emplojes of the American Security ard
Trust Company whoso wagons will move
tho household effects rrom the station
will make tho house ready for occupancy
The orderly expects to remain In the
house until Thursday hoping by that
time to havo everything in order when
he will return to tho Boston Navy Yard
Tho families of Admiral Sampson and
Captain Folger are said to bo Intimate
and Mrs Folger has left a number of
articles In he house for the convenience
of sirs Sampson Nearly all ot Captain
Folgers household effects have been
moved with tho exception of several
huge bundles which are labeled
and will probably be expressed away to
daj
When usked regarding Admiral Samp
sons health the orderly stated that he
did not believe that the admiral was In
the best physical condition In his opin
ion Admiral Sampson had not been in
good health since the Spanish American
war and the orderly claims to have had
frequent opportunities to observe his
superior
Ihe house in which the naval officer
will make his home Is one of the prettiest
structures In that location It Is of
unique design and the entire frdnt on
New Hampshire Avenue Is covered with
ivy It stands dlrectlj on the northeast
corner of New Hampshire Avenue and
Corcoran Street opposite the home of
RepresentatUe Dalzell of Pennsylvania
The large and roomy building has from
all appearances been renovated
in the Interior It Is three stories high
and extends for considerable distance
back on Corcoran Street where a special
entrance screened by a fence give ac
cess for the domestics of the household
rnorosALs
PROPOSAL FOR STEA1I D01IERS OFFICE
OF THE COMJIlSSIOMnS D O WaJi
iegton September 21 1901 S aled pro
posal -will bo received at thU office until 12
JOO OCTOBER 8 1101 for lurmihmir and
crcctuiff complete and ready for use two 2
seventy 70 horse power steam boilers of the
water tube type Specifications blant forms of
proDOTal ami all necessary information mar be
obtained at thli office 11ESRY D F
LUa JOIIX W ROSS H BEACH
Commissioners D C
PROPOStLS will be received at the Bureau of
bupplies and Accounts Navy Departmei Wash
imrton D CI until 12 OCLOCK NOOV
TOBlR 1 1001 and publirly opend immediately
therealter to funujiat the atv lard Wash
ington D C lCOOOOo pounds of sulphuric acid
for the Naval Proving Grojnd Blanl proposals
nill bs furnished upon application to the Navy
Yard Washington n c s KENNV Pay
master General U S N
rOHEICt Mljxs
WASH1SGTOX D C POSTOFFICE SOTICE
Should be reed dalv as changes may occur at
anr time
FOREIfiV M MLS are forwarded to the ports of
sailinx dally and the schedule of closings is ar
ranged on Uie presumption of their uninterrupted
overland transit For Uie week ejldiiur September
fS lfl the last connecting closes will be made
ircrn the main orllce as follctrs
Mallii fur Sooth nnd Central Axnerlcn
AVct Indie Etc
Mails for XENFOUXDLASD by rail to Xorth
Svdner and thence via steamer clone here dailjr
except Sundays at t 00 m and on Sundays only
at 11 30 a m d 10
Mail for MIQUhLOS by rail to Boston and
thence via 6tcamer close here rally at 31J p m
d
Mails for MEXICO overland Dales specially ad
dressed for despatch by steamers sailing from
Sevr York close here clady at 1023 a si an I
10 00 p ro
Mails for BELIZE PUERTO CORTEZ and
OtTTFMLA by rail to Xew Orleans snd thence
via steamer close here daily at 10 J5 p m thi
connecting close for which being Tuesdays
Mads for COSTA HICA by rail to Sevr Orleans
and thence via steamer close hre dally at 10 00
p m the connecting closes for nhich being
Tuesdays
Trans rnclflc Malls
Mails for AUSTRALIA except West Australia
which is fomarded via Europs SEW ZEALAND
FIJI SIMOl ASD HAWAII via San Francisco
close here dally at 6 SO p m alter September 15
anl up to fceptembcr S mclusne for despatch
per x s Sierra o
Malls lor CHINA J PAX HAWAII AND
PHILIPPINE IaLASDS via San Francisco
dos here daily at 6 X0 p n up to September SO
inclusive lor d spstch per s s Peru c
Mails for C1IIS V ASD JAPAN via ancouver
cJoe here daily at 030 p m up to October L in
clusive lor despatch per s s Empress of India
Registered mail must be directed Via Van
couver o
Mails lor IHWUI via San Francisco cloe
here daily at 830 p m up to October 7 in
clusive lor dcspatcli per s s Alameda eo
MalU for TU11TI SD MIRQUKSIS ISLAXDS
via Sin Francisco close here daily at 0 ZO p m
up to October 12 inclusive for despatch per s
s Australia eu
Mails lor AUSTR 4LU ciccpt licst Australia
which goes via Furope and New Zealand whHi
goes via San Francisco an FIJI IaLASDS via
ancomer close here daily at C SO p m alter
September 2S and up to October 12 inclusive for
lntrh ner s s orani o
Mads tor COCHIV CHISi are forwarded to
Xew York for connection with European steam-
PHILIPPINE ISLAVDS Military Mall de
spatched to San Francisco at all closes lor that
omcc to connect with Government transports
tho sailings of which are irregular
b ltegistcrcd mails close at 1 00 p m same
day
c Registered mails dose at SOO p m same
day
d Registered malls close at 8 00 a m same
day
0 Registered mails close at 100 p m previous
day
h Registered mails close at 12 CO p m prc
v ions Saturday
k Registered mails close fat S 00 p ra pre
vious dav
o ntl trcd malls close at fi 00 p m pre
vious day JOHN A MERRITT Postmaster
UNDERTAKERS
V 11 SriIAllE
Undertaker nnd Eutbulmer
uior at jr w
Everything strictly Crst clas on the most rea
sonable terms
Telephone call Main 310
J wrxriAst lee
Cndertalcer and LlTery
132 Penn Ave It W Washington D
DIED
MVimS On September ST 1001 JOIIX E
MARTIN aged sixty seven years
Funeral service st Ids late residence 301 Elev
enth Street southwest Sunday at 5 p m In
tersent t Seaforcf Del
HARPERS
New Romance of the South
The Kings
Messenger
By
SUZANNE ANTROBUS
The DETROIT JOURNAL calls it
One of tho most charming historical
romances of the year
The LOUISVILLE COURIER JOURNAL
says
The tale Is one to read and enjoy
Tho NEW YORK WORLD saysr
The heroine will bewitch her readers as
promptly and thoroughly as she does her
Captain Lavalle
S150
HARPER BROTHERS
FRANKLIN SQUARE NEW YORK
nDCCATlONAL
MEDICAL AND DENTAL
DEPARTMENTS
National University - -
Tho eighteenth annual course ot lec
tures will begin Tuesday October L 1M1
at S oclock p m Entranco examinations
will begin Tuesday September 24 Instant
at o ciock p m ior iniormation ana
cataloguo apply to H H BARKER SL
D Dean 111G H Street northwest
LAW DEPARTMENT
National University
Practical two year courso leading to degree
of IX D Post gradittte course ot one additional
jcar leading to degree of LL IL
34th annual opening ol ail classes October 1
1901 at 6 30 ocloct p m Erening aettiooa ex
cIusitcIj
For Catalogue apply to EUCENE D CARUSI
Secretary and Treasurer Columbian Building
THE CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY
OF AMERICA
Washington D C
Schools ot tee Vacred Sciences Philosophy
Physical Sciences Social Sciences Biological
Sciences Law Technological Sciences including
Uechainical Electrical and Civil Engineering
Open Tuesday Octofcr I ISO
Address THE GENERAT SECBETART
Art Sffidints -League
Opens OctofiS SeTcntccnthTSt tl w
Xnstructors eMr Ror Brooke Xr Edward 7
Morse Mus V Mueuen Mis U T Hull Miss
lunnu Iiumphnyo
Classes in drawings and painting from life an
tique and Etill life decoratrre and Industrial
dteign Saturdaj and evening classes Circulars
mailed
TA Mills BUSINESS COLLKGC
Loan and Trust Bniiding corner T ani 9th
Established 20 years
The principal was official court stenographer
also public accountant
COURSES Shorthand Typewriting Bookkeep
ing Civil Service and all branches of Business
Sudcnts in Shorthand may take without extra
t Bookkeeping and the Busipesa and and Eng-
iisai uuurses i racuruiy pnvaie instructions
Join at any time We find positions or all
full course graluatevP7tinu oight sessions
Catalogue CUlnFfcSatA
FLYNNS
BUEISHSS COLLEGE
EltfHTH AND K ST3
rEfctablisaed 1S70 Day or Slgbt
Sesrion 2S a year Shorthand Type
wning
WASHIhGTOX D C KISDEHRARTES NOR
MAL INSTITUTE Model kindergarten school
and teachers department 11SS Q at nv II s3
SUSAX lLESSNEIt POLLOCK PrindpaL
EXPERT 3tcegraphers guaranteed -with Irom
forty to sixty days work White shorthand
simplest system extant evening classes com
mence October 15 individual Instruction Ad
dress Box 415 this oSce
SPBCIAL NOTICES
AT A STECTAL MEETING of the Board of Direc
tors of the American Security and Trust Com
pany held SFPTEMBER S7 1001 the follojtlng
minutes and resolutions were unanimously adopt
ed This Board has learned with sincere regret
of the sudden death of William S Thompson
a charter member cf the Company a director
from its organization and for many years a val
ued m mber of the Executive Committee With
fine business traits Mr Thompon combined a
nost gerial manner and a warm hearted sunny
disposition rendering him a valued fnend anl
efficient officer Ills death Ls a personal loss to
each member of this Board and a sad loss- to
our institution wbose interests he had so much
at heart and his associates on the Board will
greatly miss him from their councils in the days
to come Resolved That these minutes be sprca l
upon tho records of the Company and that the
same be published in th public press also
Resolved That the heartfelt sympathy of this
board be extended to the widow and family of
our deceased friend HENRY F BLOUNT lce
President JVME3 F HOOD Secretary
AT A MEETING OF THE BOARD OF DIRECT
ors ot the Childrens Hospital on the 26th in
stant tie followirtj resolutions were adopted
Resolved That we the directors of the Chil
drens Hospital deplore profoundly the sudden
death of erur fnend and associate William S
Thompson treasurer ol this board and that we
bear ample testimony to the invariable fldelUy
with which he performed the duties of the po
sition during the past sixteen years
Resolved That his family has lost a tender
and loving husbsnd and father the community a
valuable citizen his friends a genial companion
and wise counsellor and this board an active
zealous and efficient olflcer
Resolved that these resolutions be spread upon
the minutes and a copy- sent the afflicted family
wttii respectful assurance of earnest sympathy
F B McGCIRE President pro tern
W P 0UNG Secretary
SPECl L S0T1CE A meeting of the minority
stockholders of the City 4 Suburban Railway Co
of Washington will be held at the office of
Bloomer Ffoulkc Sc Co 1331 F st nw MON
DAY MESING SFPTEMBER 30 1901 AT S
OCLOCK JOHN F SIIFV C P W1LLIYMS
D M SEttBOLD STEPHEN GATTI
SPECUL SOTICE
THE CORCORAN G VLLERY OF ART will re
open to the public on week days on Tuesday
October I 1D01 F B JIcGurr DrcctoT
CHURCH NOTICES
OPES AIR SERMCE The cpen air service at
1 30 oclock Sunday afternoon around the Peace
Cross on the Satlonat Cathedral site special
preacher Rev Philip M Rinelander Everybody
invited take the Tenieytown Electric Cars
m2b 2
LEGAL NOTICES
IX THE SUPREME COURT OF THE DISTRICT
OF COLUMBIV CNKS IIEUSTrD vs
GLORGK tt ULLSTED Equity So 20907
Docket So 17
On motion of the petitioner by James K
Redincton her solicitor it is this 20TH DAY
OF SEPTEMBER 101 ordered that the ds
fcmlant Ceorge W llcustcd cause his appearance
to be entered herein on or before the first rule
day occurring forty dajs altr this elate other
wise the cause will he proceeded with as In case
of default-
The object of this suit is a decree ol divorce
from tho bonds ot matrimony and the ground
upon which such relief Is sought is willful de
sertion snd abandonment for the full and uninter
rupted space ol two jeari
ft is further ordered that this order shall be
published once each week for three consecutive
weeks prior to such rule day in the Washing
ton Law Reporter and The Washington Times
Br the Court
Seal E F BISGIIAM Chief Justice
A true Copy Test
J K YOUSO Clerk
By M A CLASCY AaisUnt Clerk
EDtCATIOSJAL
Georgetown
University
Washington D C
Ber JM50MZ DAUCHEBTT S Z Proideat
cHT Je MMCnneBt of tne Fatten of tb
society ot Jew Orer one hundred prokson
and tcrcn hundred itudents
Department of Arts
and Sciences
CECnCETOWTT COLLEGE FOUNDED PB n
Oldest Cithollc Cbircje In the United Sutra
Complete courses for BOARDERS and DA
OPESED SEPTEMBER
nouns or class
85 A M TO J P If
Graduate School
ttnrei resumed on Mondsjr October 1
For information and catalogues address
TUB REV JEBOilE DAUOHEftTT S J Bectcr
School of Medicine
Lectures wtn begin Monday October a at U0
p m Examinations September 3 All caterelae
ar now glrra durintr th day ThU will enaila
tudents to avail themsrfTe a lh advantages
ot ins laboratories libraries and hospital dinks
of the city
The UniversitT Hospital now la full operation
under the control of the tacnltr win glv ample
acilltlea for Instruction tn ward classes
Address for particulars the Dean GEORGE af
E0BEB M D 83 II Street northwest OfStw
hours uatd 11 oclock noon 330 toSpil
TeL Alain 32
Dental Department
Lectures win open Monday October L
Catalogues and information may be obtained
from the Dean W X COQAX D D S 174
U Street northwest
School of Law
FACULTT
BOX MARTIX F MORRIS Ii D
Associate Justice Court of Appeals of the Dis
trict of Columbia
Lecturer on Comparative Jurisprudencsj
HOV SETI1 SHEPARD LL D
Associate Justice Court of Appeals of tne Dis
trict of Columbia
Lecturer on Constitutional Law th Law of
Corporations aid Eertuty Jurisprudence
HON LOlvlS E McCOMAS LL D
Late Associate Justice Supreme Court ot tha
District of Columbia
Lecturer on the Law of Contracts and the Lsw
ot Evidence
H0S CHARLES C COLE
Late Associate Justice Supreme Court ot the
District of Columbia
Professor In charge of Fourth Year Course and
Lecturer on subjects included therein
HOX IURRY M CLABACG1I
Associate Justice Supreme Court ot the Dis
trict ot Columbia
Lecturer on Common Law Plradmir and Practice
and Equity- Pleading and Practice
CEORuE E HAMILTON LU D J
Dean of the Faculty and Lecturer on Testamen
tary Law 4
REV EEXE HOLAIXD S J q
Lecturer on Natural Law J
TALLMADCE A LAMBERT LL O
Lecturer on Civil Law au J
CHARLES A DOUGLASS A B LL B
Lecturer on the Law of Torts and Neeotianls
Paper
MICHAEL 3 COLBtRT A V IX It
Lecturer on the Law of Personal Property
D W BAKER A M LL M
Judge ot the Circuit Court and Lecturer on tte
Law of Real Estate Criminal Law and
Domestic Relations
J NOTAiMcGlLLLL iL
Lsit Bcgister ot Wills for the District oi
Columbia
Lecturer on Probate Practice
Court cf Appeals Hon JOB B V3NARD and
MESSRS LEIGH ROBINSON and J JlOtttiW
WORTH GORDON
Examiners MESSRS J ALTHEU3
and HENRT W SOIIO
Clerk cf Courts HARRY W H0DCE3TLL Sfc
Quiz Masters R ROSS PERRY MV
LL M and E RICHARD SUIPP LLALj 3
SAMUEL if YEATMAX A iL
Secretary and Treasurer 3 J
The thirty second annual session opens fcrf1 WedV
nesday October 2 1C01 at 6 JO p m In the
Law School Building Nos 500 and 508 E Street
northwest at which time announcements will
be made for the ensuing term All Interested
are cordially invited to be present
The Secretary wilL be at his olflce In the law
building dally from 6 to 7 p m for infonnatioa
enrollment payment of fees Ac
Students proposing to connect themselves with
the school are earnestly reeniested to enroll be
fore the opening night
PostGraduate Course
The Fourth Year or Post Graduate Course of
the School of Law of Georgetown University will
bo inaugurated on
TLESDAY EVENING
THE 13TH DAY OF OCTOBER 1001
AT 730 OCLOCK
The Sulnects and Lecturers in this course are
HOX MRTIN F MORRIS LL D-
On the History of the Development of Law
HOS HOLMES CONRAD
Late Solicitor General of the United States
On the History ot English Law
HOX SETir SHEPARD LL D
On the History of Constitutional Law and the
Foundations cf Civil Liberty
HOX ALBERT STICKS EY LL D
Of the New York Bar
On the Lawyer and the State
REV RESK HOLALND S J
On Xatural Law and Canon Law
MUX ROE SMITH LL D
Professor In the School ot Political Science of
Columbia University Xew York City
Oa Uva Law
HOX LOUIS E McCOMAS LL D
On International Law and Foreign Relations ot
the United States
HOX GEORCE M Sll VRP LL D-
Associate Judge ot the Supreme Bench ot Haiti
mere City
On the Law of Insurance
HOX CHARLES C COLE
On the Conflict of Laws Railroad Accident Law
Estoppel and other subjects
J SOTA McGILL LL M
On Patent Law
GF0RGE E HAMILTON LL D
On Practice and Testamentary Law
Lecturers upon Almiralty and Maritime Law
the Interstate Commerce Law and Trusts and
Combinations will be announced hereafter
In addition to the regular corps of lecturers
men of distinguished ability- and standing in
the profession will from time to time during
the year lecture to the class upen subjects of
interest and Importance
Upon students successfully completing this
course the Degree of Master cf Laws will bo
conferred and students holding the Degree of
Master ot Laws who- attend the lectures asd pass
a satisfactory examination upon the subjects in
cluded therein will receive an appropriate cer
tificate or degree
Circulars can be obtained at the book store of
W IL Morrison Sons 113 K Street northwest
Lowdcrmilk Co Ii2t F Street northwest and
John Byrne H Co 13i F Street northwest
Washington Law Book Co 623 F Street and at
W S Thompsons drug store 703 15th Street
northwest or upon application to the under
signed S M YEATMAX
Georgetown
Prep School
Four years High School Course prepares for
Freshman In Georgetown cr any other
Special attention to Day Scholars llouis 345
a m to 3 p m
Snd for catalogue
Rev Jerome Dauglieriy S J
President
BLISS ELECTRICAL SCHOOL
Day and evening classes In theoretical and ap
plied electricity Students actually construct
dynamos and other electrical apparatus
Courses thorough enlarged and Improved com
plete in cne year
Opens September ML Catalogue on request
CIS Twelfth st mc
SUXT CFCILIAS ACADEMY 601 East Capitol
t boarding and day school tor girls and jouns
ladles primary commercial and college pr
uaratory courses music and art elasus resumed
Monday September la 1501 tor further particm
lars tauten SISTER X AUGUSTA Superica
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