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I THE THE WASHINGTON WASHINGTON POST POST POST MONDAY OCTOBER 17 1904. 1904. 1904. SHOWS SHOWS ZEAL IN SOUTH Episcopal Church Has Has Has Missionary Awakening. Awakening. MANY DIFFICULTIES DIFFICULTIES IN WAY Bishop Nelson of Georgia Georgia Georgia Tells of Practi. Practi. cal Conditions Bishop Potter of New York Opposes Caste in the Church- Church- Church- Church- English Primate's Primate's Democratic Example Example Example Missionary Missionary Meetings Being Held. Held. Boston Boston Oct. Oct. 16. 16. The largely attended meetings made up to-day's to-day's to-day's to-day's to-day's programme programme 6t 6t the General Triennial Convention of the Episcopal Church. Church. In Symphony Symphony Symphony Hall Hall and at the Church of of the Messiah Messiah Messiah there were services In the interest of the mis mis sions sions some speakers speakers addressing addressing both gatherings. gatherings. "Social "Social "Social "Social "Social "Social and Industrial righteousness" was the general topic topic dis cussed cussed at a third meeting at the Church of the Advent Advent Right Right Rev. Rev. Daniel Sylvester Tuttle Tuttle Tuttle D. D. D. D. LL. LL. D. D. bishop of Missouri antVpresid antVpresid antVpresid ing ing bishop of the church church church church presided at the missionary meeting meeting meeting and the speakers Included Included Right Rev. Rev. William Boyd-Car- Boyd-Car- Boyd-Car- Boyd-Car- Boyd-Car- rnter rnter bishop of Ripon Ripon England Bishops C. C. K. K. K. K. Nelson Nelson of of Georgia Peter T. T. T. T. Rowe Rowe of Alaska Frederick Frederick \V. \V. \V. \V. Keator. Keator. of Olympla. Olympla. Olympla. Olympla. Wash. Wash. and Luclen Luclen Lee Kinsolving of of Southern Brazil Brazil Bishop Nelson's Nelson's Address. Address. Bishop Kelson Kelson Kelson described conditions conditions in tho South at at length length Ha Ha said In part TVIthla TVIthla the put tteaty tteaty r tSI'.y tSI'.y yeaM tfcert tfcert has. has. be a a risible risible risible risible a i iui phrile..e phrile..e phrile..e inl inl duty. duty. duty. duty. duty. Tt dominating dominating trains trains trains of of of 'ae 'ae 'ae 'ae episcopal episcopal episcopal fcav fcav fcav been been teal teal and energy ID ID muitonirj muitonirj tadeanr. tadeanr. tadeanr. tadeanr. Tb laltjr laltjr have have have been been been shuea shuea shuea shuea up on on on ot th-lr th-lr th-lr th-lr th-lr th-lr Ie p. p. The results results results arc arc maalfest maalfest maalfest ra ra exi jt o i aaererrr aaererrr a foothold foothold -can -can -can be obtained obtained obtained Her Her Her in in the E4 the ihnrch ihnrch ihnrch ihnrch his to deal deal matnlr matnlr lth t o classes classes classes In ttie ttie ttie South there are three rlulea rlulea 0) 0) 0) 0) The cultured cultured and comfortable. comfortable. comfortable. comfortable. ho. ho. ho. ho. totally totally eentrary eentrary to condition condition here here and In Maryland Maryland Maryland and Virginia re traditional member member of one one one or the ether ether of of the mode's mode's mode's communion communion communion communion communion Few o them them them have ever ever teen teen the the church at her best best or la la her fall fall tplritual tplritual power power power vhlch. vhlch. vhlch. vhlch. vhlch. tact combined with with with an antecedent prejudice prejudice prejudice prejudice against a liturgy liturgy and and his his his toric toric rites rites and usage usage usage makes makes approach difficult difficult end end the presentation presentation presentation presentation ot ot ot the true clalmi clalmi clalmi ot ot the church church appear presumption presumption presumption These These These people people to nhom nhom nhom a educated ministry li li In the firit firit Instance an affront the Prayer Prayer Book Is Is glbbertib glbbertib tie tie ordtrlr ordtrlr rnitomi rnitomi rnitomi rnitomi rnitomi and dress of the the clergy repellent to their unconventional unconventional unconventional model model model of of thought anl anl practice practice Tli Tli negroes negroes vltb vltb whom the ra/ ra/ L- L- ftjjtr ftjjtr ftjjtr ftjjtr but wanting as as as e e hare hare ho n missionary missionary effort t be la la la la local local encouragement. encouragement. They are more more more amenable to charch charch instruction instruction than either of of of the other two lasses. lasses. lasses. lasses. The The The -second -second -second clats clats comprises comprises comprises comprises most most most ot ot ot the Industrial force force force force of the South South whose religious tendencies art art all ef ef ef the ultra-Protestant ultra-Protestant ultra-Protestant ultra-Protestant ultra-Protestant ultra-Protestant tpe tpe tpe tpe Among t&Me t&Me t&Me people the chnrch chnrch bis bis bis scarcely scarcely made a beginning beginning Their characteristic characteristic tralti tralti tralti are general general apathy dls- dls- dls- dls- dls- dls- trust of all who have t e appearance ct culture or filth prfc prfc and and and sell-satisfaction sell-satisfaction sell-satisfaction sell-satisfaction sell-satisfaction sell-satisfaction They are are ex ceedingly ceedingly difficult difficult to reach reach Settlement ork Is the ealy ealy method which which Hems Hems likely to be fraught with any results \Ve \Ve \Ve \Ve \Ve \Ve hare hare hare a little of of It. It. and something o the same general general kind Is Is done In North Carolina. Carolina. Carolina. Carolina. The attempt attempt to reach reach them by hand- hand- hand- Mine Mine Mine ehurches ehurches ornate ritual ritual do not not appear to have have been auaeessful auaeessful auaeessful Church work work work among the negroes as as far as as It has has gone gone gone gone contain contain man elements of of hopefulness. hopefulness. hopefulness. hopefulness. Whea Whea the negro negro becomes becomes a Christian Christian he gains a totally totally different conception conception ot ot ot the meaning of of religion from anjthlng anjthlng In \ojue \ojue \ojue \ojue among among the racial tects. tects. tects. tects. I hare hare hare been told repeatedly repeatedly by many of of their best best men men that the Episcopal Episcopal Church la la the only body which contains contains contains and presents the true elementeot elementeot redemption redemption and deration deration of of the cegro. cegro. cegro. cegro. Then Then U a marked and obsenable obsenable difference In the morals morals morals the manners manners manners the worship worship of of these these these children ef ef ef the the the church and other members members ot ot ot the the race. race. race. race. Dignity Dignity Dignity Dignity Dignity modesty modesty temperance temperance temperance temperance amenability to authority are the early rtsuits rtsuits of of church train- train- train- train- lag lag and where they they they are not misled by bad teach- teach- ri and guides guides they are tractable tractable and and steadfast steadfast steadfast Our Our daty daty to them Includes Includes Includes Includes Industrial Industrial training la la company company with definite definite church Instruction Instruction Instruction and a fair amount of attention will find find a rich reward. reward. Bishop Kinsolvlng Kinsolvlng told of the situation in in Brazil and of the efforts being made there to bring about liberty In-religion. In-religion. In-religion. In-religion. In-religion. In-religion. In-religion. Bishop Rone Rone Rone described his efforts efforts to Carry Carry the Gospel Gospel to the natives of the far North and continue the church among those who have gone to that region In In the past few years years At the Church of the Advent. Advent. Bishop Henry Codman Potter of New York York who presided presided Dr Dr John P P Peters Peters rector of St. St. Michael's Michael's Michael's Church Church New New York City.- City.- City.- City.- and Dr. Dr. Floyd Floyd Floyd W W Tompklns Tompklns rector of the Church of the Holy Trinity. Trinity. Philadelphia Philadelphia made addresses. addresses. Caste in the Church. Church. Bishop Potter Potter spok spok briefly n industrial problems. problems. He paid paid that caste with with in the the church in times past past had done much to keep working people out of It It He thought a great lesson was to be learned from from from the recent visit of the Archbishop of Canterbury Canterbury who who who althoughhe cacie cacie from a country where rank was more prominent than here he he was Just as as gracious gracious to the humble as to those In high high stations. stations. stations. stations. The speaker speaker told how the English primate primate primate when in Cooperstown Cooperstown X X X Y Y recently met and cordially greeted a woman woman woman who had been a cook in his family when he was a younij younij man. man. Rev Rev Rev Dr Dr Tompklns Tompklns said the church had not not not always done what It ought to to do for for the interests of those those who worked with their hands hands hands hands but it was now with those op pressed pressed and was not afraid to denounce tt'e tt'e tt'e Improper u e of of riches. riches. riches. riches. Many of the visiting visiting bishops and clergy preached preached in th Episcopal Episcopal churches of the city to-day to-day to-day to-day to-day Bishop Tuttle. Tuttle. of Missouri Missouri occupied the the pulpit of St St Stephen's Stephen's Stephen's Stephen's and Bishop Gallor Gallor Gallor Gallor of Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee at Emmanuel. SNIGHTS SNIGHTS SNIGHTS OF MALTA COMING. COMING. Annual Convocation of the Supreme Com. Com. Com. Com. Com. mandery mandery Will Begin To-day. To-day. To-day. The twenty-first twenty-first twenty-first twenty-first twenty-first annual convocation of of the Supreme Commandery Commandery Ancient Ancient and Il lustrious lustrious Order Knlfhts Knlfhts of Malta -Kill -Kill -Kill -Kill convene convene convene convene convene this e\ening e\ening e\ening e\ening at Malta Malta HalL HalL The convention will coit nua for four date date date date date To-night To-night To-night Coeur de de Leon Commandery Commandery No No 26t 26t 26t 26t Capital Capital City Commandery. Commandery. Xo. Xo. Xo. Xo. 169 169 169 and Constantlne Constantlne Co.Timan.2ery Co.Timan.2ery Co.Timan.2ery Co.Timan.2ery No. No. No. No. 3 7 wilt wilt work the blueman master master builder builder degree after wh'ch wh'ch there will bs bs a recep recep tion and smoker smoker Matthew Trimble Trimble will welcome the knights on behalf behalf behalf of the District CommlJs'o-ers. CommlJs'o-ers. CommlJs'o-ers. CommlJs'o-ers. CommlJs'o-ers. CommlJs'o-ers. v ho leave leave leave ths ths morning for St. St. Louis Louis To-morrow To-morrow To-morrow To-morrow morning there will be a meeting1 meeting1 of the Supreme Commndery Commndery and and at 7.30 7.30 7.30 p. p. m. m. m. m. the Princes of Bagdad Bagdad No. No. No. 77 will hold hold a siesta siesta and banquet in ilalta ilalta HalL HalL HalL On \Vejnesday \Vejnesday \Vejnesday morning there will be a meeting of toe toe Supreme Commandery. Commandery. Commandery. Commandery. and at noon President Roozwelt Roozwelt will re eive a de ejatlon ejatlon of the Visiting Visiting knights at th AVnite AVnite HOJ On Thursday Thursday Thursday the knl fats will will go elfht elfht elfht elfht se ng and will conclude their their their programme with a banquet ifl ifl the evening evening evening The offl -era -era of the Grand Co-nmande-y Co-nmande-y Co-nmande-y Co-nmande-y Co-nmande-y of the "DU-t "DU-t "DU-t "DU-t ct of Columbia and Virginia Virginia are- are- Robert E. E. Beckman Beckman grand commmander. commmander. X X X ft ft ft Clark Clark grand generalissimo generalissimo Charles Charles F. F. Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson grand captain general R. R. R. R. B. B. Buckler. Buckler. Buckler. P P G. G. C C grand prelate. prelate. prelate. Woman's Woman's National Press Association. Association. The. The. Woman Woman s National National Press Association has elected Dr Dr Adeline Adeline E. E. E. Portman Portman Mrs Mrs Grace Grace Porter Hopkins Hopkins and Mrs. Mrs. E E JI JI JI Stlllman. Stlllman. Stlllman. Stlllman. Stlllman. delegates delegates and Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Ruth M. M. G. G. Pealer. Pealer. Mrs. Mrs. C C H H Hinton. Hinton. Hinton. and Ms Susan B. B. Hickey. Hickey. alternates alternates to tha tha annual meeting of District Federation of Woman's Woman's Clubs Clubs to be held In this city city city November 16. 16. The The association's association's association's association's presiding officer. officer. officer. officer. Miss Frances Graham-French Graham-French Graham-French Graham-French Graham-French is also first first first vice vice president of the local feder feder ation of of clubs clubs and by virtue of the tatter's office office Is the most prominently mentioned candidate to succeed Mrs. Mrs. Hannah Sperry as president of the District District District ederation ederation ederation of Woman's Woman's Woman's Clubs. Clubs. Dr Dr Alns- Alns- Alns- Alns- Alns- rorth rorth rorth R. R. R. R. Spofrord Spofrord wilt wilt deliver an address ffore ffore ffore the press press club October a. a. at La fetra's fetra's fetra's fetra's Hotel. Hotel. Dr. Dr. Spofford has has but re- re- re- re- tntly tntly returned from a trip to Europe nd nd win win take take for his his his his subject on Friday Friday vening. vening. vening. vening. "Personal "Personal "Personal Observations in epaln. epaln. epaln. epaln. Cashier of Commercial Bank. Bank. Mr. Mr. George 'W 'W 'W 'W 'W White White formerly paying teller of the National Metropolitan Bank Bank has resigned his position in that institu institu tion to accept th cashiership cashiership of the newly organized Commercial Commercial National National B nk which Is to begin business on Wednesday. Wednesday. Mr. Mr. White White had been with the Metropolitan Bank for nineteen yearn yearn yearn and is the eon eon of the late George H. H. H. H. B. B. White White White who was- was- was- so closely associated with the same Institution tor tor over forty years. years. PRESS OPINION. OPINION. The Elixir of Life. Life. Refusing with emphasis to accept its its elixir of of life in the form of of soqr milk milk milk the Atlanta Journal says that "it "it "it Is Is Is one of the traits that keeps us human that clips our wings wings this unwlltlgness unwlltlgness to pay the price We do not really desire perpetual exist exist ence ence ence unless it is to b perpetually sweet. sweet. It is not merely life which wo would nro- nro- nro- nro- long long long but the Joy of living. living. We feel feel that 11 11 is. is. is. better td die gracefully gracefully gracefully at thirty full of peaches and sweet cream cream than to live a thousand years years thereafter with palate palate so so so degenerated degenerated degenerated that sour milk is acceptable to them. them. The Canaan of our dreame dreame flows with ro ro tour tour milk and medicated honey. honey. -No -No -No Elie Mephlstopheles Mephlstopheles Metchnlkoff Metchnlkoff U U you would lure mankind into acceptance of your dubious dubious dubious mundane paradise that that might prove to be an an earthly hell you must bait the trap with something sweet sweet er. er. Vincsrar Vincsrar Vincsrar never catches FausH FausH FausH College Athletics Overdone. Overdone. Unable to feel any enthusiasm over over over over over the opening of the college athletic season season tha tha Omaha World-Herald World-Herald World-Herald World-Herald World-Herald World-Herald asserts that 'football is a great game game but greatly exag exag gerated gerated and in Its present status rifles rifles rifles roughshod over the home circle wl h calamitous result. result. If you ask ask the boy why he he likes the rough-and-tumble rough-and-tumble rough-and-tumble rough-and-tumble game he will call your attention to the the fact that It isn't isn't isn't isn't near as dangerous as the automobile which dashes down a thoroughfare perilously perilously beyond the speed limit. limit. And And after thinking It over over over one must must conclude that Americans court excitement and even peril willingly paying tribute in life life and limb to the demands demands of the god of sports Just as the smaller boys boys will will will try to steal a ride on a freight car 'Just 'Just for fun' fun' Money in the the Northwest. Northwest. Wheat growers in the great Northwest country are not depending depending upon Eastern money this year year year year The Minneapolis Minneapolis Minneapolis Jour Jour nal declares declares that "business "business here is is better all around around and even even were there no high high er pram pram pram prices prices nnd nnd no heavier movement the flnancUl flnancUl showing would be a favorable one. one. one. one. one. As it is is money is pouring into the Northwest Northwest and a crop situation tlut tlut in its early outline promised promised a dull and and hesitating tone in trade for for fall has been pressed into the the background by tn flow flow of currency Into Into the country. country. Tho purchasing purchasing power of the country tributary to Minneapolis Minneapolis Minneapolis was never so so great and the general outlook could scarcely scarcely be more favorable favorable all things considered. considered. It is time time to relegate the crop-loss crop-loss crop-loss crop-loss crop-loss crop-loss crop-loss stories to the rear and get in ine ine with the Increasing business optimism of the hour. hour. The Cost of Living. Living. The hope of the farmers Is In the fact fact accoiding accoiding to the Cedar Rapids Iowa Gazette that "the "the people must eat and they do eat. eat. The farmers supply the tables and the farmers farmers plod to and fro In their fields fields to tend their crops and they afterward plod to the the city to deposit their Jingling simoleons simoleons drawn from the young men too wise and too progressive for for the farm. farm. Land has Just Just Just Jumped from J50 to J130 J130 J130 per acre in this vicinity. vicinity. The demand for products has created the price and no trust on on on this round earth has had athing to do with it. it. Census statistics show show thit thit thit thit the people have have have been crowding to the cities when they should have have stuck to the farm farm and to production and now the man who has something that Henry and Harriette can eat without cooking cooking cooking has a fortune by by the tall tall and a down hill hill pull all all the way. way. See breakfast foods foods and other stuffing and filling for example The North North and the Negro. Negro. Negro. Negro. The Nashville American has become convinced that "a "a "a change of sentiment has been in progress progress progress In the North North relative to the race race question and there has been a growing growing disposition disposition to leave the management of the question to the South such such experience and observation as the North has had having indicated to the the thought- thought- thought- ful'and ful'and more fair-minded fair-minded fair-minded fair-minded fair-minded fair-minded people of of that section that this seems to be tha tha wisest wisest thing to do. do. But it must not be suo- suo- suo- suo- posed posed because of this the North can be moved to such an intensity or activity of feeling in the matter as to cause It Jo vote vote vote with the "South "South "South or to support the Democratic tlclcet. tlclcet. tlclcet. tlclcet. The Southerner who believes that that he has.such has.such a depth of of sympathy in the North has has a very limited horizon. horizon. He Is too simple simple and gullible for this world with Its varied sentiments conflicting notions and diverse points of of view. view. view. view. At least he allows his enthusiasm and desire to obscure his Judgment-The Judgment-The Judgment-The more the South discusses discusses the race question as a campaign Issue the more active becomes the sentiment that was more or less less dormant or decadent in the North. North. Fighting and Finance. Finance. v In an effort to judge of the &r &r &r East East war from a viewpoint of resources the Cincinnati Times-Star Times-Star Times-Star says that "It "It has been been estimated as reliably as the present present present rather foggy conditions In the far far East permit that the present war is costing costing Japan between fifteen and twenty millions of dollars a month. month. The war expenses of Russia must v ery ery materially exceed this figure. figure. How the two warring governments will be able to meet the strain of espendltuie espendltuie espendltuie espendltuie of such magnitude during during a piotnicted piotnicted btruggle btruggle only time will show. show. "A "A "A war against a few thousand hard-fighting hard-fighting hard-fighting hard-fighting hard-fighting farmers in South Africa caused a drop of fifteen to twenty points in the price of British consols. consols. If the government government government government securities of Great Britain backed up up as they were were by that country's wonderful credit were so so considerably affected by the war In South Africa It is not difficult difficult to imagine what will .happen .happen to the credit of comparatively comparatively poor Japan and already financially involved Russia In the event of a long-continued long-continued long-continued war in the far East. East. That both governments will be hard pressed for funds In theTevent theTevent of of a protracted struggle is apparent. Diplomats Diplomats and Plain People. People. People. People. Discussing the recent arrest of a diplomat for auto scorching in Massachusetts the Detroit Detroit Detroit Free Press eays eays that "to "to the wayfaring man the Immunity enjoyed enjoyed by diplomatic representatives of a foreign foreign government in this country in which their mission lies is a trifle confusing when compared with the chances to which the private citizen subjects himself. himself. Nor Nor Is there any apparent reason why why this should b so. so. The The diplomatic doctrine was Intended to protect foreign representa representa tives from possible persecution persecution and to that extent It cannot be objectionable. objectionable. There There Is no reason to believe however tlut tlut It was meant to act as a shield for for those who knowingly knowingly violate local regulations as was true in the Gumey Gumey case and as might have have have have have been been been in the case of Mr. Mr. piatt. piatt. piatt. piatt. The contrast between the chances Mr Mr Abbott points out are taken by the private private private private citizen abroad and the exemptions enjoyed by diplomatic representatives is so striking as to suggest the need need need of modification of of the latter at least to an extent where immunity would would would not be guaranteed against infractions of of local restrictions. restrictions. restrictions. Result of Pharmacy Examination. Examination. The result of the examination held last Thursday by the commesioners of pharmacy has been announced announced by by the secretary Dr. Dr. Henry Henry Henry A. A. Johnston Johnston W W ll Smith J. J. F. F. Arth Arth and G. G. G. G. H. H. Pleasant Pleasant having received the necessary necessary ratings wer wer granted certificates certificates as as registered pharmacists. pharmacists. pharmacists. pharmacists. There were nine who took the examination examination The examinations examinations are held on the sscond sscond Monday in Januarv Januarv April. April. July July July July and October. October. Candidtus Candidtus have to nle nle the applications applications wiih wiih wiih the see retary. retary. retary. retary. together with with the fee provided bv bv law not later than the Monday pre edjnir the date of examination. examination. examination. examination. w0ff CASTOR CASTOR IA For Infants and Children. Children. Flie Flie Kind You Have Have Have Always Always Bought BUSTS BUSTS tb.9 tb.9 tb.9 COMHTCED COMHTCED fttOtf fiaW PACE. PACE. general of the Steamboat Inspection Serv Serv Serv Ice Brig. Brig. Gen. Gen. Gen. Gen. Johjv M. M. Vrflson u A. A. retired and Commander Cameron McK McK McK Wlnslow Wlnslow 14. 14. .8. .8. .8. .8. .8. N\ N\ Mr. Mr. Mr. Murray w s named as chairman of toe. toe. commission commission Mr. Mr. Smith was chosen secretary. secretary. The commission was directed by Secretary Cortelyou Cortelyou Cortelyou to make a thorough in vestigation vestigation of of the disaster disaster disaster to the General Slocum and and of other matters bearing upon the safety of passenger traffic on the navigable waters of the Unltec Unltec States and to make make make a .full .full report accompanying such report by recommendation recommendation fcr fcr such departmental or or legislative ac tion tion as rclght rclght be required for for the bettei bettei protection of life and property. property. Since its appointment the commission has beer beer at work work work almost uninterruptedly. uninterruptedly. Th hearings before the commission were held principally in New York City City City City but mutt mutt of its work was done in Washington. Washington. Washington. Washington. The testimony In In the case covered about 2,000 2,000 type-written type-written type-written pages and included more than forty exhibits. exhibits. The commission was wholly without compulsory powers to enforce the attendance of witnesses foi foi the production of evidence. evidence. evidence. evidence. This condition proved at times a serious hindrance to the progress of the work. work. Report Is Exhaustive. Exhaustive. The report of of of the commission is elaborate and exhaustive consisting of of of a pamphlet of sixty-two sixty-two sixty-two printed pages pages containing about 32,000 32,000 words. words. It is divided Into five chapters chapters in which are consid consid ered the appointment and proceedings ol ol the commission the disaster departmental action as to the Steamboat In spection spection Service previous to the the Slocum disaster the Steamboat Inspection Service and the recommendations of the commission. commission. commission. commission. As an appendix to the re port a statement statement is made by the Department of Justice of the criminal proceedings connected with the Slocum disaster disaster and the life-preserver life-preserver life-preserver cases. cases. In an account of the disaster disaster it Is shown that the Slocura Slocura was was owned owned by the Knickerbocker Steamboat Company a New New York York corporation corporation which also owned the steamer Grand Republic. Republic. The company has paid no dividends dividends during the last six yeais. yeais. yeais. yeais. The Slocum Slocum was Inspected Inspected Inspected last by Henry Lundberg and John W. W. Fleming May May 5 19M 19M and the current certificate of inspection at the time time of the disaster was issued on on on on May 6 by James A. A. Dumont inspector of hulls and Thomas H. H. Barrett Inspector of boil boil ers ers the board of local inspectors at the port of New York. York. An elaborate description of of the Slocum Slocum is given in the course of which it is stated stated AH AH the upper vorki vorki vorki vorki of tbli tbli tbli tbli vessel vessel vessel -were -were constructed ot ot ot llht llht wood wood wood nd hi4 hi4 been been painted painted and burnlibed burnlibed many many time time time time and were therefore therefore la la I I Hlhljr Hlhljr Hlhljr Inflammable Inflammable condition. condition. In In the construction of of the the reetel reetel there wer wer no safeguard safeguard against against fire fire fire other other than than compliance with the the regulation regulation as re- re- re- re- gardt gardt the the proximity of woodwork to hollers. hollers. hollers. hollers. The The vessel bad bad no fireproof fireproof batches batches or bulkhead bulkhead and and and as built built entirely of need. need. need. need. Vessel Vessel Inflammable. Inflammable. The General Slocum vai vai a vesiel vesiel built to carry a large number ot ot eicurilonlsu eicurilonlsu eicurilonlsu (2,500 (2,500 allowed by law afid afid afid In her deilga deilga deilga there was was apparently apparently no consideration consideration whatever given given to the question question of of nflammablllty. nflammablllty. nflammablllty. nflammablllty. In such such a vessel vessel a fire once baring baring baring fair headway headway headway could not be controlled controlled and and the vessel vessel would be be be qujcUr qujcUr concumed concumed concumed concumed concumed as exemplified exemplified In the case case case case of the General Slocum. Slocum. Slocum. Slocum. There There are many similar similar vessels doing doing service In the water water of of the United United States States th construction construction of of which is quite quite quite as as dangerous dangerous as as -that -that of of of the Slocum Slocum and and unless unless tbli tbli tbli ilnd ilnd ilnd ot ot ot construction shall shall be prohibited or mad fled by law law the the safety safety safety safety of of a large large number of of passengers carried by eicurslot eicurslot steamers and cteamers cteamers plying plying on on tbe tbe Inland Inland waters waters of the the United States States cannot cannot be assured. assured. assured. assured. In the the the the narrative narrative of of the disaster disaster long consideration is given of the origin of the fire and of the probable place of its first discovery. discovery. On boar boar l the vessel vessel at the time of the accident accident exclusive of of ficers ficers and crew crew were 1,258 1,258 1,258 passengers passengers not over 10 per cent cent of of whom were men. men. The The rest were women women and and children more more children children children thap thap wonu-t wonu-t wonu-t j'The j'The j'The j'The fire started started started la. la. la. la. the the forward cabin so-called so-called so-called so-called so-called being being the" the" third third compartment under the main main deck deck from 'the 'the bow bow and probably originated in a barrel containing packing hay which was in that compartment one of the barrels used for bar glasses and brought on on board by the charterers charterers Fire was probably communicated to this barrel through the careless careless ness ness of some unknown unknown person. person. The The report shows that this cabin was filled with inflammable material material material a large amount of oil being among its contents. contents. It was lighted by electricity electricity but lamps lamps were were filled and burned there there and the crew frequently frequently lighted matches In the compartment. compartment. compartment. compartment. On the morning of of the disaster Walter Payne the colored porter filled filled the lamps in the the cabin. cabin. As there "was "was "was not sufficient light in the cabin cabin he lighted a lamp lamp using a match blew blew the the the match out and "threw "threw it on the bench bench Later an oiler from the engine- engine- engine- engine- room room entered the cabin using using as a Tight Tight an open torch. torch. The commission says says on this point. point. "The "The condition of this cabin cabin with the purpose purpose purpose for which it was used constitutes one of the essential essential facts facts facts of of negligence contributing to the disaster. disaster. Fire-fighting Fire-fighting Fire-fighting Apparatus. Apparatus. The apparatus apparatus of the vessel for fighting fire is described at length. length. length. length. The forwarc forwarc valve valve valve of the standplpe standplpe standplpe which was nearest to the place of the origin of the fire was about thirty feet from the entrance to the forward cabin. cabin. "This "This forward valve and standplpe standplpe were supplied with a 100-foot 100-foot 100-foot length of cheap unhned unhned linen hose hose costing probably less than 20 cents a foot age unknown bui bui probably probably several several years old. old. The rest 01 the fire apparatus on the main deck consisted of the after valve valve of the said standpipe two hand fire pumps located respectively In the bow c.nd c.nd c.nd in the stern and some twenty fire buckets in the forward gangway. gangway. None ot ot ot this remaining apparatus was used and and the fire buckets were empty. empty. empty. Upon the discovery of the fire by the crew "the "the so-called so-called so-called mate mate Edward Flana Flana gan. gan. notified the captain and the two pilots who were In the pilot-house pilot-house pilot-house pilot-house pilot-house through the main deck speaking tube. tube. He then informed the engineer that the boat was on fire and asked for water on the fire fire line. line. With two or three of the deckhands. deckhands. deckhands. deckhands. Flanagan Flanagan took down the linen Hre Hre hose. hose. Daniel O'Neill O'Neill O'Neill deckhand deckhand opened the valve of the standpipe forward and turned the water Into the hose. hose. "The "The hose having fallen on the deck In a coil was twisted and and kinked kinked and as soon as It was subjected to water pressure It burst in two or three places places and simultaneously the hose itself was blown off from its own coupling where It was connected connected connected with with the standpipe and the water poured out of the standplpe standplpe upon several witnesses in that vicinity. vicinity. Preponderance of of evidence shows that that no water came from the nozzle of the hose. hose. Efforts were made to attach rubber hose to the standplpe standplpe standplpe standplpe but they failed. failed. "Upon "Upon "Upon the failure to couple the rubber hose to the forward standplpe standplpe the crew arave arave arave up all further attempts to fight the are are and went aft. aft. some of them overboard. There- There- There- is some evidence evidence evidence evidence evidence that one r two of the-crew the-crew the-crew the-crew took down a few life- life- preservers preservers for the passengers but very very little assistance assistance of this nature was rendered Engineers Praised. Praised. The report pays a tribute to Assistant Engineer Brandow and also the chief chief Engineer. Engineer. Conklln. Conklln. Conklln. who remained at their posts posts The report says -"Evidently -"Evidently -"Evidently Brandow did his full duty sffielently sffielently and courageously. courageously. He He was at jls jls jls post until the vessel vessel was beached for the engines were kept in motion until a lew lew seconds before striking North North Broth er Island. Island. The evidence of the pilots was that 2apt 2apt 2apt Van Schalck Schalck received the first notice of the fire when the vessel was about four lengths to the eastward of Sunken U adow He ordered ordered full full speed ahead md md directed that the vessel vessel be kept kept on ler course. course. Subsequently Subsequently he directed the allot Van "Wart "Wart to beach the vessel on \orth \orth \orth Brother Island. Island. "The "The evidence before tbe tbe commission commission establishes the the fact that the master master made 10 attempt whatsoever to fight the fire o examine its condition or to control control insure insure direct direct or aid tbe tbe passengers passengers in my my way whatever. whatever. It Is alleged that he he ras ras unable to reach tbe tbe place where the lassengers lassengers were by reason of of the the fire fire mt mt this is is contradicted by the the evidence f many witnesses and and Is obviously not rue. rue. "An "An essential fact of negligence la la la the ttter ttter failure or or tho tho master to fight the flre flre flre or all th passengers. passengers. In a J J ss de gree the pilot pilot pilot In tha tame manner aftei aftei beaching the the boat and while while while there1 wen etlll etlll many passengers passengers passengers passengers on board failed ir their duty to to assist and rescue the the sale sale passengers. passengers. Very little little awtotance awtotance was given or or control exercised by any ot th offlcerep offlcerep offlcerep or crew on behalf behalf of the passea passea gers. gers. Discussing-the Discussing-the Discussing-the Discussing-the Discussing-the pfect hen the fire fire was discovered discovered first first the commission says thai thai thai th.e th.e th.e evidence.jxt evidence.jxt evidence.jxt evidence.jxt evidence.jxt the.people the.people the.people the.people the.people on Ibe Ibe rnair rnair deck deck is to tha tha effect that they knew ol the. the. fire at the entrance jta jta Hell Gate. Gate. Gate. Gate. Ir Ir general general the. the. evidence of popl popl on on on the up per decks Is Is Is that the first notice of of fir on these decks decks was before the vessel had passed the middle middle of of Wards Is Is and. and. On On witness testified that he he knew knew knew knew of the fire at a point opposite a raarb.e raarb.e yard at Astoria. This marble marble yard yard is a conspicuous conspicuous conspicuous conspicuous object object near near near the entrance to Hell Hell Gate. Gate. Discovery Discovery of of the Fire. Fire. "Reviewing "Reviewing the the whote whote testimony testimony therefore the commission believes that the first discovery of the fire In the main deck was was before reaching reaching Wards Island Island that the the mate. mate. Flanagan knew ot ot it at about that time time and to the westward westward of Negro Point Bluff on Wards Island Island and that he at once gave notice to the plloi plloi house of the existence ot ot the fire The evidence of the captain and pilots pilots radically disagree disagree with statements oi oi oi other witnesses but the commission eaja that it Is Is forced by the weight weight of the entire evidence to the belief that the "statements of the men in in the pilot house as to the time when they flrs.t flrs.t flrs.t knew of the fire are incorrect. incorrect. incorrect. incorrect. The reasons for for this this belief are eo eo eo strong strong strong strong that tha tha opinion of the commission commission la la "that "that the evidence evidence of the master and of the pilots as to thi thi position position of the vessel In the stream stream when the fire was first .known .known .known to them must be disregarded. After a careful careful consideration consideration of the entire entire entire testi testi testi mony mony as to to the time ot ot the dlscorery dlscorery ot ot the fire fire the commission la la ot ot the the opinion opinion opinion that that the men la the pilot house had knowledge of the fire fire before the cteamer cteamer passed the eastern end ot ot Wards Wards Wards Island. The commission commission therefore therefore therefore bellere bellere that the master knew of of the fire fire la la time time time to bare bare bare beached the Teasel Teasel either either In Little Hell Hell Gate Gate to the west west west ward of the Sunken Sunken Meadows or or or or la la la the Bronx Kills Kills to the the eastward of the the Sunken Meadows Meadows Meadows Meadows Meadows and and to hare hare thereby gained tbe tbe great great and essential essential advantage of of placing the. the. Teasel Teasel -with -with -with -with her her stern to the wind so so so that the flames flames would would be drlren drlren forward and away Irom Irom the passengers Instead of taking taking a a conne conne that Inerltably Inerltably Inerltably drove the Barnes Barnes rapidly art art art to ward the passengers passengers and delayed the beaching ot ot the vessel vessel for meral meral minutes longer longer than was necessary. necessary. necessary. necessary. The The The commission declares that Pilot Van Wart showed bad judgment and lack lack ot ot skill in beaching the vessel at a considerable angle with the shore line thus leaving in deep water all but the bow of the ship which was in flames and affording affording the passengers who could not swim little little f f pportunlty pportunlty pportunlty to to save their lives. lives. The.com The.com The.com mission mission believes believes believes that the the vessel vessel might have have have been beached so as to enable the the passengers passengers to leap overboard and wade ashore. ashore. Hoe Hoe Was Never Tried. Tried. The The commission sharply criticises the condition condition of the fire-fighting fire-fighting fire-fighting apparatus apparatus apparatus on the vessel vessel saying that the whole fire hose equipment equipment equipment was bad bad except possibly 100 100 feet of new hose which which was not used at all. all. all. all. The The The evidence shows that no wa wa ter had been put through the fire hose hose hose m m the Slocum. Slocum. Slocum. Slocum. "There "There "There "There is a strong probability that the fire would have been controlled had the fire hose been of the re quired statutory strength. strength. strength. strength. No fire drills or boat drills had been held on the vessel vessel this year. year. Her lifeboats and life rafts were apparently apparently in fairly good condition. condition. Many Many Many of the life-preservers life-preservers life-preservers life-preservers life-preservers however were in bad condition and the evidence indicates that only a. a. small percentage of tbe tbe passengers used the preservers at alL "While "While it Is probably true that many of these defective life-preservers life-preservers life-preservers life-preservers life-preservers life-preservers life-preservers would would would have nevertheless nevertheless nevertheless nevertheless nevertheless supported passengers in in in the water the average average passenger seeing one torn refused to use use it or to try others others and the result was as disastrous aa aa If If the the life-preservers life-preservers life-preservers life-preservers life-preservers had been wholly unserviceable. The commission commission says that the mate mate Flanagan Flanagan n distinct violation of the law and and contrary to the requirements requirements of of the vessel's vessel's vessel's vessel's certificate certificate was .not .not .not a licensed officer. officer. "The "The Inefficiency and poor quality of the the deck crew ot ot this vessel doubtless doubtless doubtless typical of the majority of the crews of of excursion steamers is one of of the the the essential facts that caused the loss of so many lives. lives. lives. lives. The report shows that that the the total loss ot ot life by the Slocum Slocum disaster was $33 $33 $33 persons and the number injured 173 out of a total list of 1,353. 1,353. 1,353. 1,353. 1,353. 1,353. This great lost lost ot ot ot life life life a percentage of death ot ot 0.32 0.32 over seren-tenths seren-tenths seren-tenths seren-tenths seren-tenths seren-tenths seren-tenths Is obviously obviously obviously abnormal and extraordinary. extraordinary. extraordinary. extraordinary. The abnormal percentage is is due due irlmarily irlmarily to to the composition of the excursion excursion party party about nine-tenths nine-tenths nine-tenths nine-tenths nine-tenths nine-tenths being women women and and and children. children. Other actors actors are the great depth ot ot water In tha tha channel he swift tide tide the extreme rapidity and progress progress of of he fire fire fire the the small small amount of of assistance assistance rendered the the the passengers by by the officers officers officers and crew of of the vessel and the collapse ot ot the starboard side side side of the hurricane hurricane hurricane deck aft. aft. After considering the the composition of the excursion excursion party tbe tbe commission says says "a "a very important conclusion conclusion from this this s t of facts is that the law and regula regula tlons tlons must recognize the fact that an excursion party must be taken care of of and can not take care of itself. itself. itself. itself. Duties of Owners. Owners. In some detail the commission dis cusses the duties and responsibilities of the owners pf excursion steamers and of the officers and crews of the vessels. vessels. The report then reads "WJille "WJille "WJille "WJille it is is is true that it is the business of of the steamboat inspection service to see that that proper safety appliances as required required by law are provided this by no means relieves the owner from a similar legal and moral moral obligation nor from tbe tbe liability for the maintenance of proper crew discipline. discipline. The commission commission Is of tho tho opinion that the owners of the General Slocum are censurable in a high degree for the inadequate and improper conditions prevailing on board this vessel and that whatever may be their technical technical legal liability they and their executive executive agents shire shire largely largely largely in the moral responsibility for the awful results of this disaster. In connection with its Inquiry the commission made a thorough investigation ot ot ot the conditions and actual workings of of of tbe tbe steamboat Inspection service in the port of New New York both for for the explana explana tion tion of certain features of the disaster disaster and for the prevention of the recurrence of similar disasters. disasters. The commission did not extend its inquiry beyond the conditions presented at at the port of New York as a general Investigation would have been Impracticable at present and would have delayed the present report until its usefulness would have been greatly diminished. diminished. The cbmmisslon cbmmisslon cbmmisslon believes that as New York is the most Important port in in in the country from the st4ndpoint st4ndpoint st4ndpoint of tha tha tha steamboat inspection service.- service.- service.- that a careful Inquiry into the workings of the sen- sen- sen- sen- Ice Ice Ice there would would serve as a sufficient basis for general remedial recommendations recommendations The report shows shows that the operations of the Steamboat Steamboat Inspection Service at New York York were unsatls actory inefficient inefficient and negligent In many respects. respects. The The commission says that the evidence evidence evidence showe showe that the local local Inpci tors -were -were interpreting interpreting interpreting interpreting the r duties duties in a nanner nanner not justified by the ftatute ftatute ftatute The requirement as to the testing of fir hose on pa enger eteamera eteamera wa wholly disiegardea. disiegardea. disiegardea. disiegardea. The assistant in spectors spectors made no measured pressure test whatsoever whatsoever whatsoever of the fire fire hoe hoe except 6uch 6uch as as might incidentally take place place bjr bjr the use use of such hose for the testing of boil boil ers ers ers They They uniformly reported the fire hose "in "in "in good condition but no pressure test test ever ever ever was made. made. Neglect of Inspectors. Inspectors. Inspectors. Inspectors. The local inspector inspector who rigned rigned the ter- ter- ter- ter- ter- ter- tlficates tlficates of vessels had no personal knowledge of these matters1 matters1 simply simply simply simply accepting accepting the reports of their assistants assistants They never followed up the assistant assistant inspector. inspector. inspector. inspector. to see that they did did their work work properly. properly. They failed failed practically practically too too to Instruct properly new assistant assistant inspectors inspectors The joint rule which which which require require that a a vessel's vessel's vessel's equipment equipment shall be be Inspected jointly by the Inspectors was was was not not enforced. enforced. The re- re- re- re- eult eult eult ot ot this negligence negligence the commission commission etatee etatee was that life-saving life-saving life-saving appliances often were in extremely" extremely" bad condition. condition. The inspectors merely looked over for instance instance the fire-hose. fire-hose. fire-hose. fire-hose. fire-hose. "The "The "The "The absurd and Inadequate Inadequate nature of each each mere visual inspections inspections oi oi oi nre nre hose s apparent from from the the innumerable cases n which hoee hoee -equipment -equipment -equipment -equipment pa ed at the regular Inspection Inspection burst on on thet thet thet reln- reln- reln- reln- spectibn spectibn under "pressures "pressures all all below below the the statutory requirement. requirement. requirement. requirement. In tom vesaek 6ft 6ft per cent cent of th&"noi th&"noi equlpm nt was condemned. condemned. condemned. condemned. condemned. condemned. Inspetor did not lower the oau. oau. oau. and frequently omitted any teet teet ot ot $88ss $88ss ga Dining-room Dining-room Dining-room Dining-room Furniture yf yf Merit. Merit. Merit. I The sideboard illustrated illustrated Js Js a specimen of clever designing. designing. designing. designing. It brings out new features of carving- carving- it illustrates new thoughts In fur niture planning. planning. Made in Golden Oak and Mahogany. Mahogany. Many other new new pieces of like meritonshowhere Cham and Tables and China China China Caaea Caaea aod aod Sideboards that have teen teen gathered with a student's student's student's student's knowledge knowledge of harmony of design and an expert's expert's expert's expert's knowledge of furniture con- con- fitructlon. fitructlon. fitructlon. fitructlon. W. W. B. B. Mose./- Mose./- Mose./- Son./- Son./- Son./- Son./- F Street Corner Eleventh. Eleventh. v S xa i 3S 3g8 AMUSEMENTS. AMUSEMENTS. AMUSEMENTS. AMUSEMENTS. AMUSEMENTS. COLUMBIA TO-NIGHT TO-NIGHT TO-NIGHT H CHARLES B. B. DILLINCHAM DILLINCHAM Will Will Present LULU LULU LULU LULU LULU LULU GLASER GLASER In the Successful Comlo Opera Opera "A "A MADCAP PRINCESS" PRINCESS" Direct from the Knickerbocker Theater New York. York. York. NEXT WEEK-SEATS WEEK-SEATS WEEK-SEATS THURSDAY. THURSDAY. BLANCHE BLANCHE ln ln the Origtaal Origtaal Origtaal Origtaal Dramatization Dramatization of Tolstoy's World Famous Novel WALSH WALSH WALSH Resurrection NEXT SUNDAY EVENING-SEATS EVENING-SEATS EVENING-SEATS EVENING-SEATS EVENING-SEATS THURSDAY. THURSDAY. NINA DAVID GREATEST LIVING COLORATURA SOPRANO. SOPRANO. the falls falls and lowering tackle. tackle. In tbe tbe majority- ot ot cases no test was made of either steam or hand fire pumps. pumps. The commission recommends thorough reorganization ot ot the torce torce of assistant inspectors inspectors with a view view view view to eliminating all who have demonstrated their Incompetencj. Incompetencj. Incompetencj. Incompetencj. Incompetencj. Referring Referring to the work of the supervising inspector In Xew Xew York the commission commission commission says that "if "if "if "if he did not know of the facts of of Inefficiency and neglect on ths ths part of hte hte subordinates or if he knew of them and and did did not take steps to remedy remedy them he he is equally chargeable with neglected duty. duty. But It is undeniable undeniable that tbe tbe local board in this this port did not do its duty. duty. Upon the supervising supervising inspector therefore must rest a large snare of respontlblllty respontlblllty for the existence existence existence of such Inefficiency and neglect. neglect. neglect. neglect. neglect. ReinspecUon ReinspecUon of of Vessels. Vessels. By By relnspectlon relnspectlon relnspectlon of of 68 vessels the commission has been been able to analyze analyze and consider with with great care the actual condition of Vessels in the port of Tew York. York. York. York. "The "The "The "The prevalent prevalent prevalent methods of Inspectors abov r6utUned. r6utUned. thrtroard says show the the general system of neglect inefficiency inefficiency and lax lax supervision. supervision. supervision. supervision. supervision. In great detail tne tne commission presents the facts developed by by the reinspecUon reinspecUon reinspecUon which showed In many Instances that since the Slocum disaster many vessels have been re-equipped at least in part with new life-saving life-saving life-saving appliances and flrcnflghUng flrcnflghUng devices. devices. Tha Tha Tha relnspectlon relnspectlon showed however the gross gross gross inefficiency of the old system system of Inspection there being 33 33 per cent cent defective or missing life-preservers life-preservers life-preservers and 26 26 and 35 35 per cent cent of of defective or missing hose. hose. The The The commission is of opinion that the same state of facts applies to boiler in spection. spection. The commission censures particularly however however the Inspection of nre nre hose and of fire-fighting fire-fighting fire-fighting fire-fighting fire-fighting apparatus generally and finds that ihe ihe ihe work of the service falls falls materially below below below the standard demanded lay lay the statutes. statutes. No evidence was presented presented to the commission which which indicated that the lack of effi effi effi effi ciency was due to corruption or to improper motives ut the commission holds holds that men who are responsible responsible for the the safety of human lives must discharge their trust to the lull. lull. lull. In order that these results may be accomplished at New New York the commission believes that there must be fundamental changes in the methods and personnel of of the Inspectors. Inspectors. The The commission presents many recommendations all of them based on their their examination into the the Slocum Slocum disaster. disaster. disaster. disaster. These lecommendatlons lecommendatlons are principally principally of a technical character relating to the laws and regulations governing the Steamboat Inspection Service laws regulating the construction of of passenger steamers and and laws laws giving authority to the Department of Commerce and Labor to enforce absolutely its orders orders issued to vessel'owners vessel'owners and to officers and crews Of steamers. steamers. It is pointed out that the present laws relating to safety appliances appliances are inadequate in that they do not require specifically specifically Just what safety appli appli ances ances and how how many shall be carried on each each vessel The The The recent lack pf efficiency in steamboat inspection service indue indue indue indue i i the commission strongly" strongly" strongly" to recommend that that the laws relating to the service be amended so as to confer greater power to enforce its commands upon the service. service. Various other technical recommendations are made by the commission looking to the betterment betterment betterment of the service on stframboa.s stframboa.s stframboa.s stframboa.s and tq the insurance insurance of the safety of passengers passengers passengers so .far .far aa aa may be. be. through through a thorough. thorough. thorough. Knowledge Knowledge Knowledge by the officers and crews Of such vessels of their duties. duties. These recommendations will be transmitted to to to to Congress at its approaching cession cession -and -and legislation will be asked along the lines of the report and recommendations of the commission. commission. SLOCUM SURVIVORS ORGANIZE. ORGANIZE. Will Hold Annual Commemoration Exercises and Assist tbe tbe Needy. Needy. t New York. York. Oct Oct IS. IS. Articles of of Incorporation of the General Slocum Slocum Surviv- Surviv- j j ors' ors' Organization Organization have been approved approved approved approved approved Dy Dy Justice l.eventritt l.eventritt l.eventritt of the Supreme Court. Court. The The incorporators of of the n w organization all of which are survivors of the terrible disaster on June IS IS say that the object of the organization is annually to to commemorate the disaster by suitable cervices cervices promote promote the welfare of and as sist sist sist those who suffered to use all proper means means and methods for the prevention prevention of any future like disaster and by giving giving voluntary assistance to needy persons who sustained loss as as as a result of the catastrophe. catastrophe. The signers of the article Mty Mty that Incorporation la la la necessary that tha tha organization can act as an entity. entity. Calumet Club Members Meet. Meet. Meet. A meeting of of the Calumet Calumet Club was held in in the club rooms 1347 Pennsylvania avenue Saturday night with M. M. M. M. J. J. J. J. J. Emmet Hamilton Hamilton vica vica president presiding. presiding. Tha Tha business affairs ef ef the organization were discussed and a financial statement was -presented -presented -presented by the treasurer treasurer Mr Mr J. J. B. B. K. K. Elliott Elliott It was was b llev d by by the members that tha tha club would have a successful future. future. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Barry Bulkley Bulkley poke poke of of the necessity in Washington for a commercial club. club. United States Daughters Meet. Meet. The The The United States States Daughters of 1812 met at the Ebbitt Ebbitt House House Friday Mrs. Mrs. George \V.i \V.i \V.i \V.i Baird. Baird. presiding. presiding. presiding. presiding. Some of the members expect to attend tha tha annualmeeting annualmeeting annualmeeting annualmeeting of the national society in New York. York. November 15. 15. The next next regular meeting will take place at the Ebbitt House House November 14. 14. at 4:30 4:30 4:30 4:30 p. p. m. m. AMUSEMENTS. AMUSEMENTS. Th only theater in Wuhlngtoa Wuhlngtoa offering txc' txc' txc' txc' txc' txc' .lively .lively .lively American and and foreign sttr sttr ot ot ot tie tie firit firit rank rank Uli ARMY NIGHT ROBERT EDESON In 7n Top-notch Top-notch Top-notch Top-notch Top-notch of of Army Plays V T T T T T Time Time RANSOM'S RANSOM'S RANSOM'S RANSOM'S FOLLY By By RICHARD RICHARD HARDCnj HARDCnj DAVIS. DAVIS. DAVIS. DAVIS. XEXT WEEK-SEAT WEEK-SEAT WEEK-SEAT WEEK-SEAT WEEK-SEAT SALE THURSDAT THURSDAT THURSDAT VIOLA ALLEN In the characters characters Hermlone Hermlone and Perdlta Perdlta in in Shakespeare's Shakespeare's Shakespeare's Shakespeare's play play play "THE "THE -WINTER'S -WINTER'S -WINTER'S TALE" TALE" with notable notable notable company and and production. production. production. POLITE POLITE VAUDEVILLE. VAUDEVILLE. 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ANTI-SALOON ANTI-SALOON ANTI-SALOON LEAGUE REVIVAL. REVIVAL. Series of Meeting Meeting in the Cause of Temperance Inaugurated. Inaugurated. Th Th ninth annual Anti-Saloon Anti-Saloon Anti-Saloon Leagrue Leagrue revival ber tn last nfght nfght with sen ices at the First Congregational Church Tenth Tenth Tenth and G streets streets northwest. northwest. Services will be held at the church ery evening- evening- of the week in an endeavor to bestir interest interest in the cause of driving out intemperance. intemperance. The The The sermon last night vas vas delivered delivered by Rev. Rev. Albert H. H. H. H. Zimmerman Zimmerman Zimmerman pastor at Klngsley Klngsley Methodist Methodist Episcopal Church Church of Cumberland Cumberland Md. Md. and tbe tbe author of of the "Helping "Helping "Helping "Helping Hand Evenings and and Helping Hand of Allegany Allegany County. County. Md. Md. Md. Ills subject was "Temperance "Temperance "Temperance "Temperance God's God's Call. Call. He He pictured the opportunity which the Anti- Anti- Anti- Saloon League has to crush out out drink and said that in three lines the evil could be fought by religious endeavors endeavors iby iby iby upright social social life and by legal steps. steps. Hi Hi reviewed the work which had had already been done by the the league league by individuals individuals individuals und und other organizations. organizations. The The music music of the evening was under under the direction of Dr Dr Blschoff. Blschoff. Blschoff. Blschoff. A choir choir of of of flfty flfty voices rendered rendered several selections selections and Miss K. K. Grace Updegraff of Wisconsin sang sang To-night To-night To-night and on tbe tbe following evening evening during during the week week Rev. Rev. A. A. J. J. Wheeler of Nebraska Nebraska will lecture lecture illustrating hi points by stereoptlcon stereoptlcon views. views. M ss ss Updegraff will be heard heard each evening. evening. The officers .of .of the league have have requested the ministers of tbe tbe city to set set aside aside next Sunday as "temperance "temperance Sunday" Sunday" and to preach preach temperance sermons. sermons. VERY NEAR A CRIME constipation to poison poison yo g's g's New Life Pills cure uild uild up your your health or no pay. pay. 25c. 25c. 25c. All J Co Co allow allow your body. body. Or. Or. Or. Or. King's King's King's King's It and and To Visitors The Palais Royal Royal Royal is the department store where personal personal needs ai.d ai.d souvenirs of of Washington Washington Washington may be be be always always found reliable in quality and moderate in price. price. price. price. Central lo cation G and Eleventh' Eleventh' streets-nearest to hotels and public buildings. Celebrating the Stores Stores Stores zjth Birthday with practical mementos. mementos. The The new 1904-05 1904-05 1904-05 1904-05 1904-05 outer and under garments are mentioned be low $9.50 $9.50 $9.50 For 5/0.98 5/0.98 5/0.98 5/0.98 5/0.98 5/0.98 5/0.98 Coa/5. Coa/5. Coa/5. Coa/5. Coa/5. Coa/5. The Palais. Palais. Palais. Royal's Royal's Autumn-winter Coats at $10.98 $10.98 $10.98 are known. known. $9.50 $9.50 $9.50 to-day to-day to-day a Birthday Memento. Memento. $5 $5 Silk Petticoats. Petticoats. Taffeta Silk -with -with elaborate tucks tucks and plaits in various styles. styles. Black and and all all colors. colors. Extra good good good value value at $5. $5. $5. For $15 $15 Suits. Suits. The Palais Palais Royal's Royal's Royal's Royal's $15 $15 Suits and Coats are are favorably known as the best at the price. price. $13 $13 to-day. to-day. to-day. 53.98 53.98 53.98 53.98 53.98 Silk Underwear. Underwear. Underwear. Italian Silk Silk Vests and Pants at $3.50 $3.50 $3.50 $3.50 $3.50 $3.50 instead instead of $3.98. $3.98. $3.98. Silk Hose to match at $1.29 $1.29 $1.29 instead of $1.50. $1.50. $1.50. F 7 $20 $20 Si/i/s. Si/i/s. Si/i/s. Si/i/s. Si/i/s. Si/i/s. The Palais Royal's Royal's $2Q $2Q Suits at $18 $18 will be the best appreciated of the Birthday Mementos. Mementos. Mementos. Mementos. 79c 79c Union Suits. Suits. Merode Merode Merode Merode Merode and Forrest Forrest Mills Mills Ribbed Union Suits light medium and heavy heavy weights long and and short sleeves and ankle lengthSr lengthSr oiee 19c 19c 19c 25c Black Hose. Hose. Ladies Ladies and Men's Men's Men's best 250 "Onyx" "Onyx" and "Hermsdorr "Hermsdorr "Hermsdorr "Hermsdorr Blaclc Blaclc Hose also Boys' Boys' new "Btfster "Btfster "Btfster "Btfster Brown" Brown" Hose Shirts and and and Drawers. Drawers. Only $1.69 $1.69 $1.69 for the new new $1.98 $1.98 $1.98 All-wool All-wool All-wool Flannel Mohair and Granite Cloth Waists. Waists. See Page 7 of yesterday's yesterday's Sunday Sunday Post oit mementos Irt Irt other depts depts depts $5 $5 Waists 6c. 6c. 6c. 6c. The new $5 $5 $5 $5 Silk and Alba Alba tross Waists and the new $5 $5 $5 $5 $5 Cloth Walking1 Walking1 Skirts at 4 for choice. choice. The Palais A. A. LISNER G STREET AMUSEMENTS. AMUSEMENTS. AMUSEMENTS. AMUSEMENTS. KNEISEL QUARTET. QUARTET. FIVE CONCERTS 1904-1905 1904-1905 1904-1905 1904-1905 1904-1905 1904-1905 1904-1905 1904-1905 FRID Y Y AFTERNOONS 4:30. 4:30. 4:30. first Concert Oct. Oct. 28 HOTEL RALEIGH. RALEIGH. Season tickets. tickets. tickets. J3W J3W J3W J3W with T T T T Arthur Smith Smith la la ganders ganders t t SUymaa'i. SUymaa'i. SUymaa'i. SUymaa'i. 'Ul 'Ul 'Ul 'Ul F ct. ct. ct. ct. ocn.dllt ocn.dllt ocn.dllt ocn.dllt MISS ABBY JOHNSON JOHNSON PHYSICAL PHYSICAL PHYSICAL CCLTCRE. CCLTCRE. CCLTCRE. CCLTCRE. THE THE ABBT. ABBT. ABBT. ABBT. L L St. St. nut to Stonelelca Stonelelca Court. Court. EXCURSIONS. EXCURSIONS. Two Special Trains to California California November 15tn-December 15tn-December 15tn-December 15tn-December 15tn-December 13th. 13th. iio iio change of cars. cars. Also on same dates Two Complete tours to California returning through Colorado Rites include every expense. expense. expense. expense. Weekly parties parties to World's World's Fair. Fair. Fair. Other trips later. later. Send for fcoklet. fcoklet. fcoklet. fcoklet. Raynnnd Wbitcorab Wbitcorab Co. Co. Co. 100 100 100 j Chestnut Chestnut Street Philadelphia. Philadelphia. Philadelphia. Philadelphia. Mount Vernoiij Vernoiij HOME HOME AND TOMB TOMB OP WASHINGTON" WASHINGTON" WASHINGTON" STEAMER CHARLES CHARLES MACALESTER MACALESTER Dall U a m. m. m. m. a d 1 JO p. p. m. m. Sanders Sanders exceptol exceptol FORT MYER ARLINGTON ARLINGTON FALLS CHURCH Electric Cars I all Hourly from Agneluct Agneluct Brtlie Brtlie ATLANTIC ATLANTIC ATLANTIC CITY K. K. K. K. J. J. J. J. HOTELS THE ST. ST. CHARLES. CHARLES. Dlrectlr Dlrectlr oa oa tile tile oceaa oceaa oceaa front front Atlantic Cltr Cltr N. N. N. N. J J J Hot Hot and and cold salt salt an t rein ater ater la cterr bj'h. bj'h. bj'h. Hll&est Hll&est Hll&est clan clan clan patronage. patronage. patronage. patronage. Tare artctUa artctUa iratw. iratw. iratw. iratw. Loni-dliUnce Loni-dliUnce Loni-dliUnce Loni-dliUnce Loni-dliUnce Loni-dliUnce telephone In room room room L'netcellii L'netcellii L'netcellii cutelne. cutelne. cutelne. cutelne. XEWL1X XEWL1X HALVES. HALVES. HALVES. HALVES. HOTEL JACKSON Atlaotlo Atlaotlo Cltr. Cltr. N. N. J. J. J. J. Ol Ol Ol the the teach teach teach Virginia are. are. sn4 sn4 Eteel Eteel Plet central central ani ani tellgatM tellgatM tellgatM location location location to to ro m kot.t kot.t kot.t U U rtvroof rtvroof built ef ef brick. brick. tone tone anl anl Heel Heel apetUI apetUI tall tall ani ani winter winter rates. rates. rates. rates. American American plan. plan. 12 to 115 veekljr veekljr orchestra orchestra orchestra liter liter atnre atnre mallet. mallet. mallet. mallet. Open all the rear. rear. rear. rear. JOHX JOHX CRCSE CRCSE CRCSE CHALFONTE. CHALFONTE. CHALFONTE. THE LEEDS COMPANY. COMPANY. s U.d- U.d- l GALEN HAIL HAIL ATLANTIC ATLANTIC ATLANTIC CITT. CITT. CITT. CITT. X X X 3 3 Hotel aii aii Sanatorium. Sanatorium. Alwajn Alwajn open. open. open. open. oc6. oc6. tS-30t tS-30t tS-30t F. F. L. L. L. L. TOCNd TOCNd General General Manager. Manager. HOTEL HOTEL TRAYMORE Atlantic Atlantic Cltr. Cltr. Cltr. K. K. K. K. J J J J Remain Remain epen thraugtont thraugtont thraugtont thraugtont the yeaf yeaf etery k o a comfort comfort and and tonrenlcnre tonrenlcnre golf prlrt egti mnltg mnltg vaUr vaUr In In bedrooms. bedrooms. TR11MOEE TR11MOEE TR11MOEE HOTEL HOTEL CO D. D. D. D. E. E. E. E. WHITE. WHITE. President ull ASto4 ll HTT.ATiTT.PTnA HTT.ATiTT.PTnA HTT.ATiTT.PTnA HOTELS. HOTELS. HOTEL Rl TEHHOUSE TEHHOUSE lit. lit. lit. aaJ aaJ aaJ Coettant Coettant st Philadelphia Philadelphia Fa. Fa. Fa. Fa. Amerteaa Amerteaa aid aid Earopran Earopran run. run. run. run. Correct Location. Location. Ideal Cafe. Cafe. Popilar Popilar Prices A. A. M ANL EL. EL. Manner. Manner. Manner. Manner. COUNTED BOAED. BOAED. BOAED. BOAED. COUXTRT COUXTRT BOAKDt-COUrORTABLE BOAKDt-COUrORTABLE BOAKDt-COUrORTABLE BOAKDt-COUrORTABLE BOAKDt-COUrORTABLE BOAKDt-COUrORTABLE ACCOMMO- ACCOMMO- ACCOMMO- ACCOMMO- datloni datloni historic historic historic aid aid plctireaqi plctireaqi plctireaqi sectloa sectloa la la u mountains mountains mountains UaaJf. UaaJf. golf golf .swimming .swimming .swimming pool pool country country club club saddle saddle horses horses horses fox hoatlag hoatlag hoatlag aad aad shootlag shootlag cos- cos- cos- cos- vealeot vealeot vealeot to ra Iroad. Iroad. For elrolan elrolan and and cltr cltr reier reier reier wcea aiidieai "KAXDOLPU. "KAXDOLPU. "KAXDOLPU. "KAXDOLPU. Keawtck Keawtck Vs Vs J HIVER HIVER HIVER TRAVEL. TRAVEL. TRAVEL. TRAVEL. Norfolk and Washington Steamboat Co. Co. E\ery E\ery E\ery E\ery day In the 3 ear for Xorfoik Xorfoik Fort Fort Monroe Portsmouth. Portsmouth. Newport Newport Jsews Jsews and all points "South "South "South by tha tha superb powerful steel paiace paiace steamers steamers "Newport "Newport Xews. Xews. Xews. "Xor "Xor "Xor "Xor folk folk folk and "Washington" "Washington" on tha tha following following schedules schedules -LY -LY Washington..t Washington..t Washington..t Washington..t 39 pm Lv .Portenoutli .Portenoutli .Portenoutli .Portenoutli .5 .5 00 pa pa LT LT Alexandria. Alexandria. .T .T tOpmiLr orTok 14pnj Ar Ft Ft Moaroe .7.00 .7.00 .7.00 ami L Ft Monroe 7.08pm 7.08pm Ar Norfolk 8.00am 8.00am Ar Alewadria Alewadria Alewadria .e.Wam .e.Wam Ar Ar Portsmouth. Portsmouth. .gJaam'Af .gJaam'Af \\ashtngtoa. \\ashtngtoa. .7.00anj .7.00anj .7.00anj Tickets Tickets on on sale sale and staterooms reserved at general ticket ticket office 703 703 Hth Hth st. st. st. Colo Colo Colo rado Bldgr Bldgr Bldgr at downtown office 6th 6th and Pa. Pa. ave. ave. at office on wharf and on board board steamers. steamers. tyThrough tyThrough tyThrough connection connection made at Norfolk -with -with the steamers of the OLD DOMINION STEAMSHIP STEAMSHIP CO. CO. for New York and MERCHANTS AND MIXERS' MIXERS' MIXERS' MIXERS' steamships for for Boston. Boston. ffFor ffFor farther farther Information apply at of of flee flee flee 'foot 'foot 7th st. st. st. st. telephone Main 8760 8760 or or general ticket office 705 Hth Hth St. St. St. St. Colorado Bid Telephone Main 2230. 2230. 2230. 2230. JOHX JOHX CALLAHAN. CALLAHAN. 2a 2a V Pres. Pres. Pres. Pres. and OenU OenU OenU Mrr. Mrr. Mrr. Mrr. W. W. W. H. H. CALLAHAX. CALLAHAX. CALLAHAX. CALLAHAX. Uen. Uen. Uen. Uen. Pass. Pass. Agt Agt OCEAN STEAMERS. STEAMERS. JtYMOCTa-CHERBOCRC-SOCl JtYMOCTa-CHERBOCRC-SOCl JtYMOCTa-CHERBOCRC-SOCl JtYMOCTa-CHERBOCRC-SOCl HAMPTOX. HAMPTOX. m stop t t NC -NEW -NEW -NEW TOEK- TOEK- LONDON DIRECT. DIRECT. DIRECT. DIRECT. RDST LIic. LIic. KBW KBW TOBK-ASTWERP-LOSDOJf-PARIS. TOBK-ASTWERP-LOSDOJf-PARIS. TOBK-ASTWERP-LOSDOJf-PARIS. TOBK-ASTWERP-LOSDOJf-PARIS. TOBK-ASTWERP-LOSDOJf-PARIS. TOBK-ASTWERP-LOSDOJf-PARIS. TOBK-ASTWERP-LOSDOJf-PARIS. TOBK-ASTWERP-LOSDOJf-PARIS. TOBK-ASTWERP-LOSDOJf-PARIS. TOBK-ASTWERP-LOSDOJf-PARIS. Calling at at Sorer Sorer for London anl anl Parla. Parla. Parla. WHITE STAR LIN P. P. IfEW IfEW TOKK QCEENSWcjl-LIVEBPOOL QCEENSWcjl-LIVEBPOOL QCEENSWcjl-LIVEBPOOL BOSTOX-QITEEXSTOWN-'LIVERPOOL. BOSTOX-QITEEXSTOWN-'LIVERPOOL. BOSTOX-QITEEXSTOWN-'LIVERPOOL. BOSTOX-QITEEXSTOWN-'LIVERPOOL. BOSTOX-QITEEXSTOWN-'LIVERPOOL. BOSTOX-QITEEXSTOWN-'LIVERPOOL. BOSTOX-QITEEXSTOWN-'LIVERPOOL. BOSTOX-QITEEXSTOWN-'LIVERPOOL. BOSTOX-QITEEXSTOWN-'LIVERPOOL. BOSTOX-QITEEXSTOWN-'LIVERPOOL. SEW SEW SEW TORK TORK AXI AXI BOSTON BOSTON DIRECT DIRECT DIRECT MEDITERRANEAN GIBRALTAR GIBRALTAR GIBRALTAR NAPLES. NAPLES. CEXOA. CEXOA. CEXOA. CEXOA. FKOM FKOM NtW NtW TORK. TORK. TORK. TORK. REPUBLIC REPUBLIC .Oct. .Oct. 20 D 1 1 J a. a. 14 Feb. Feb. a CRETIC JfflT. JfflT. J Dee. Dee. H. H. H. Feb. Feb. 4. 4. Uarch Uarch 11 11 FROM BOSTOX BOSTOX ROMANIC. ROMANIC. Oct It De 18 18 Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jt rci U U CA.NOPIC CA.NOPIC Ssr. Ssr. U. U. U. U. Jan. Jan. Jan. T T Fen. Fen. Fen. Fen. A DAVID DAVID DAVID TJNDSVT TJNDSVT TJNDSVT Pascenter Pascenter AteaL AteaL Utt Utt F et et et Wktbuxtoo Wktbuxtoo D D C WINTER CRUISES 18 Diflirant Diflirant uuiss uuiss anl Special Services Services 2. 2. WEST INDIES H20I1ERRANEAN H20I1ERRANEAN AND ORIENT By Twin-Screw Twin-Screw Twin-Screw Paiatial Cruising Sieamerj. Sieamerj. From 8 to 76 lays 25 i $3)0 $3)0 $3)0 $3)0 up. up. Send for UJustr t 4 booklet booklet ratet ratet tt tt tt betor betor eecIAlnt eecIAlnt winter plans. plans. HAMBURG-AMERICAN HAMBURG-AMERICAN HAMBURG-AMERICAN HAMBURG-AMERICAN LINE. LINE. 37 Broadway N. N. N. N. Y. Y. E. E. E. r Droop t t t Sato Sato Ki Pa Pa Pa art. art. ocJmw.fU ocJmw.fU ocJmw.fU ocJmw.fU CUNARD CUNARD CUNARD LINE. LINE. LINE. To Liverpool Liverpool via Queenstown. Queenstown. Queenstown. Queenstown. From Pten Pten 51-51 51-51 51-51 51-51 Morn Morn Rirer. Rirer. Rirer. Rirer. Lacanla. Lacanla. Lacanla. Lacanla. .Oct. .Oct. .Oct. .Oct. .Oct. O BOOH BOOH ElrorU. ElrorU. ElrorU. ElrorU. Nor. Nor. Nor. Nor. J J am 1'mbrla 1'mbrla 1'mbrla Oct. Oct. i i i am am Lacania Lacania Lacania Xor it. it. Boot Boot Campania. Campania. Campania. Campania. .Nor .Nor .Nor .Nor S. S. aooa aooa UmhtU-Xer UmhtU-Xer UmhtU-Xer UmhtU-Xer UmhtU-Xer Z Z 7 M to to 'Saloon 'Saloon rate rate rronj rronj ew Tort. Tort. Tort. Tort. tecoal tecoal ei&u ei&u ei&u 3t ana ana at at eceoiulag eceoiulag eceoiulag to iteamer iteamer and actammrta actammrta actammrta Ion Ion Mediterranean-Adriatic Mediterranean-Adriatic Mediterranean-Adriatic Mediterranean-Adriatic Mediterranean-Adriatic Mediterranean-Adriatic Service. Service. Waroela. Waroela. Waroela. Waroela. Nor. Nor. Nor. Nor. t t uo a CarpatbU. CarpatbU. X no PsnaonU. PsnaonU. PsnaonU. PsnaonU. Xor. Xor. Xor. Xor. U U U aooa aooa JlitoaU JlitoaU JlitoaU Oce Oce n n n DOO DOO DOO rtlrd-clait rtlrd-clait rtlrd-clait rtlrd-clait rtlrd-clait tickets tickets to and from all all part part tt tt Ea Ea Ea rope it it Ttrr low low ratti. ratti. ratti. ratti. For freljM freljM 134 134 passage pplr pplr to the Canard BUatrsJilpi BUatrsJilpi Co. Co. Int. Int. Int. Int. n n Broad Broad way way S. S. S. T T r lit lit State a Boaton Boaton Mt Mt Mt W. W. MOSS. MOSS. Agent. Agent. 1411 Q st. st. st. st. w Wonlmtoa. Wonlmtoa. Wonlmtoa. Wonlmtoa. HOTELS. HOTELS. SI. SI. SI. SI. James Earopean Earopean WJLSHLNQTOK. WJLSHLNQTOK. WJLSHLNQTOK. WJLSHLNQTOK. E C t. t. I .t .t 'THE'VAS 'THE'VAS qr NJ. NJ. IO nAr j'CTOBER.17 j'CTOBER.17 j'CTOBER.17 I I fPi'ci fPi'ci pal ioIar J 'DICUTIS 'DICUTIS Bis p Nell Nell n T ns Pract. Pract. ci CndtonsBiop York Oppses Cate i Chuch- Chuch- Engfh Prtes Democratc -Missionar -Missionar Boston 16.-The 16.-The 16.-The 16.-The met r p to-days to-days to-days t Gentrl Conventon th EpIscpa Hal und a Chur h 'ere 'ere serces ml ,2lon ,2lon sme eak addresing gaterngs ad indusal eoum s" s" generl ds- ds- c ss meetng Advnt Riht Dniel 1utte D D..LL D..LL bihop Mlssourlamlpresld- Mlssourlamlpresld- bishp mlslonay meetng te speaker inclued Wllam Byd ar- ar- nter" nter" ofRlpn. ofRlpn. K Xtlson. Xtlson. Federtek Keatr. Keatr. Ol'mpla' Ol'mpla' LucenLle Kn- Kn- ohinl BraIl I Nesn's Nesn's Addes. Addes. 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Cate Cuch Bihop 'Poter 'Poter pkf brlefy.n brlefy.n trlproblem Ild .lh- .lh- tms hd It IEson wa J ared rlcent bihop alhough' alhough' he fom c untr wa as 'gacous 'gacous h1gbftatoll. h1gbftatoll. Englsb Cooprs town. town. Y. Y. rcenty cordialy grPttd ben iy wln h TompkIn fald I ,1th ,1th \as \as wih op "relscdand "relscdand t ttelmproper ule any yl ltng cergy te Eplsc1al t dd e rtP t .leg .leg h o Dshop Tennlssee Convocaton man er Wi Thetwcntr-frs Thetwcntr-frs Thetwcntr-frs convocato Sup me 1- 1- Justous Mala 'wl 'wl I lt Hal. Hal. conventon wi confnuQ confnuQ TonlghtCour o. o. Capial Ciy 16 Constantne Comalder. Comalder. 34i 34i 1,1 1,1 fz erm 't 't h e Bi wlJcome knIght behaf trct Comml s'o s'o er. er. who th s morn- morn- In'o o o mlng \l \l meetl Cm'nder. Cm'nder. aTd 7 m th Prnces Baga. Baga. wi bod Ilesta lata.HaIL lata.HaIL 11 b Suprme Commde" Commde" Pnrdent RQsenlt 11 rLe\e rLe\e rLe\e e eaton \'stng \'stng \'stng HOIf. HOIf. thE knlht knlht 1 gOlhht.Se'ng. gOlhht.Se'ng. and wi cncude 'ih 'ih ue c meg t rt ae Rbert 1ckman. 1ckman. gr&d gr&d n Carkgand gtnlralsslmo Charlts cptain Natonal Prss Asociton TheWoman's TheWoman's Prs hs Adelne E Porma. Porma. Mrs Yr. Yr. 1. 1. delegtl M.G. M.G. frl.C. frl.C. Hnton ls usn Hlcke alerates. alerates. meetng Dlstrtt Fderaton man's man's Cubs. Cubs. b ty ovembr aioclaton's aioclaton's Is Fance Graham-Fench. Graham-Fench. Graham-Fench. f als presldlnt 10ai fede- fede- aton cubs. cubs. r d u at et c m taa I I. I. Sprry ederaton t Ans- Ans- Spofod wi deaver. deaver. add. add. ress. ress. "fort "fort cub Octobr L D. D. Spotord hs nty retured ld wl sbjet en. en. en. en. Fiday 'enlnJ 'enlnJ "persnal "persnal Obstvatons pa n. n. Cahier Commei Bank 1r. 1r. Geore Whie. Whie. forerly payng telerf atonal Metropltn ha resgned psiton Insttu- Insttu- ton to'accept to'accept the cablershlp of.the' of.the' of.the' orKn/zed orKn/zed orKn/zed Commercl X3t MlB"nk. MlB"nk. whch bern busInes Wednesday. Wednesday. lr )1ttrQPoU- )1ttrQPoU- )1ttrQPoU- l tl eng l aB Wh1t S 1I cosely asociated teUtutontor on tory years I OPINlqN. OPINlqN. El o Lie. Lie. wih emphl elxir Je in'the in'the Atant Jourl sa tht .i .i 1 ta tris tht tht clps'our clps'our wIn unwlUges realy prtuAl exst. exst. I I be pertulY.lweet pertulY.lweet I I nt 1 whchwG wou1 1r. 1r. te lvng. lvng. feeHht I beter t thrt ful .pches .pches swet thn lve .thousnd .thousnd theraftr wih palate degeleute tht fOUr mik The.Canaan The.Canaan drem fows wih ro sur. sur. 'mlk 'mlk I' I' Ela lephstopheles UetchnUtot 1 yu wouldlu acceptnce rOlr s mundne pardIse. pardIse. pr ve an hel 'OU 'OU wit swet- swet- Ylnl r ne(1 ne(1 c he COltg/ COltg/ Athletcs enthuflas Opn colege athetc WrldHerald aser b n I geaty eag- eag- pre ent sttus roU hhod home. home. circe lamious resul. resul. I wi cal 'our 'our attenton t I I n't n't ner a dan erus a mobie whch d shes thorou h- h- perlously lmi. lmi. .afer .afer tht Amecans ectement eyn peri. peri. wUlng.Y' wUlng.Y' paying lfe 1mb o fports. fports. "maler "maler ty' ty' te. te. Norhwest. Norhwest. Whea gower Xorhwest countr re lpon Estern lnneapols dec es t .t .t 'Ules 'Ules bter al le\1er le\1er le\1er m9ye- m9ye- r1nanca Ihowing s i sItuaton. sItuaton. tht. tht. outne dul hesitatng 'trde 'trde fal h5 bln presed backgound byt fow countr. countr. I. I. pwer trlbu ary geat te glneral outook b al I istm rer optmism Livng. Livng. hpe farmfr t1e accordin zete.tht zete.tht pople Te farmes felds te1-rd te1-rd te1-rd cty ther jinglig the. the. mln \ie \ie progessive Lnd M Vtr 'f 'f r teated this'round this'round ha a thing wih i Itatstcs clls prducton. prducton. smething Ind Hariete wihout tU I hi pul al stufng flng pll. pll. I Norh N3hvUe AmeriCn sentment hs relatve queston. queston. o'lng o'lng dlsloslton 1 leae queston Suth sch observaton a Nor'th Nor'th h.had. h.had. ha\ng ha\ng ha\ng Indi ated ful in ttcton tat p ed bcause cn Intnsiy actviy feelng te mater t cuse I suppor Democratc Hc'et Hc'et Sutherner beleves th hssuc lf h s lnlted trzon. trzon. slmpfeand gUl le ths \'orld' \'orld' \'orld' wih Is Sntment conflctng rse alows enth1slasm hs judgment judgment The dlscu sls 'ques- 'ques- 'ques- ton campaig actv bcomes sentment dorant orth Fightng F nnce. nnce. etort jude f tl Et vIewint reources. reources. CncInnat TimesStar tht ha estmated elably fogg conditons perit costig ffeen Ion dollrs month must materialy ex- ex- th fgre. fgre. waring goverments 11 strggle tme wi lard-fghtlng lard-fghtlng lard-fghtlng farers cause ffeen tie prie Britsh consls. consls. I I securiies Briti bcked a I credi. credi. I abl afected Afrca I 1 lfcult Imagne 1'hat 1'hat wi .p .p En er dlt fnancily R\sia R\sia R\sia long-contnued long-contnued long-contnued 'a 'a Eat. Eat. Tat 'i 'i the vent prtracted strgle paren t" t" Diplomaj reent I Tnt sorching Massacusets 'D 'D trolt Fee th wayfarng immunty noyed diplomatc representtves thi misson le8 a trite vhen wih lben b o. o. Intendld prtect tve.s tve.s pOSlble perecuton. perecuton. I b objectonable i raon beleve. beleve. 'however. 'however. wa meat a a sheld 'j' 'j' 10caI regul I tons. tons. a 'as 'as tre Gurey cae. cae. I I ben cse I Ir. Ir. Plat. Plat. cntrast between t chces Ir. Ir. plntl ae ten I b ctzln abrad ad e.xemptons e.xemptons dplomatc fentatves modtcaUon immunty I garanteed agInst Infractons restrIctons. restrIctons. Resut Ezmiaton i resl eminaton Thursay lr cm "sloners "sloners beln announce Iecre- Iecre- j j L I Smlx Pleasant having the ratng. ratng. gated certtcates a pharmaclls examinaton eaminaton I i JanUr Aprl Octobr h\'e h\'e h\'e h\'e rle applcatons sc I retar togethEr .ot .ot Iater einl oa te tamlnUGn i i Ita ad Chden Te Btte J/ J/ of BUME BUME mH i iH CX'aED CX'aED f nl J.\E J.\E J.\E f generl Stea otrnpeUon S. S. Bi Gn-ohn''In Gn-ohn''In Gn-ohn''In Gn-ohn''In 8 A retie adc Com el Cmen Icl Wislow q .8 .8 .N .N mY' mY' wi ned chaa f'h f'h .comm1sion .comm1sion Smt cosn seti. seti. cmmisIon wa diected bSec& bSec& mae a. a. torugh In. In. In. vestgton te dsster t Slocu ad mttrs ber- ber- ig upn tesfety paseeer trafc te nvgable water Unie ta te ad lu reprt cm- cm- rport reommenton deprtmental legilatl\e.ac legilatl\e.ac legilatl\e.ac a rlght 1e ured bter proteton le ad prpr. prpr. Sice Is appointent ha ben amot ulnteruptedly.T ulnteruptedly.T a hearngs befor cmmssion. cmmssion. wer hed prncpaly bu muh hel eso y n c' c' I f 2,0 2,0 typwitten 'pages 'pages Incude thn exhibis comission wa wholy compusor pwes tforce th atendac wineses vroucton ton prved tm s sr10us hindrnc vrgres te work Repor I Exustve. Exustve. reprt commlson elab- elab- ad exhausve consistng a Jamphlet prite p s. s. abut 3.0 3.0 I fve whcb appintment ad preeIngs disster deprt- deprt- mentl aton a Steaboat In- In- speton diater Steboat Inpecton Sr. Sr. ad reommendatons commlsstn. commlsstn. s appendi re. re. re. por. por. stteent mae Depr- Depr- Justce crlmi l procPd- procPd- cnnected wlt Slocu lfe-preserver lfe-preserver lfe-preserver caes accow 1 show wa oWIed b th KnkkerbokerStembat Cmpany 'Y 'Y rkcorpratlon. rkcorpratlon. whih aLo owne steaer Grand Rpublc. Rpublc. Tht pd duing te lat YeJ. YeJ. Slocu wa Inspete lt Henr 6 19 curent certfcate Inspcton disatlr wa Issued. Issued. Dumont Inspecto huls Bartt Inspetor bol- bol- rs. rs. 0. 0. locl .Inspe. .Inspe. ctors at. at. prt elabrte descrp- descrp- coue' coue' I tted Al wer ICht ald hal been burl.hed burl.hed may tln .ere. .ere. th.reror. th.reror. Inlanunable conditon. conditon. contrclon Tlel .er .er u.egadl u.egadl Ir. Ir. IOlhe tha cmplance wih reglalon a ro cada prOXlmltr. prOXlmltr. .OOdW. .OOdW. ork boiers. boiers. vuel ha fepror bulkheds 'a 'a buit entrly 1'000 1'000 l c e 0:1. 0:1. 0:1. s e II w u thel aplnenty conlideralon 'hatne 'hatne queilon lllammabltr. lllammabltr. vesel a'fre. a'fre. fal b controled 'olld 'olld q ckr a eemplled Sloum Tee ma almla "Isel "Isel &rvlce &rvlce th .aen .aen tie tnlte ti. ti. COllrrcton wbichls I dacerous a tle Slocum unles connructon Ihilb prhlblod mod.led mod.led pusencer cried ecurio &teamer &teamer atemer .aen .aen Tnlt Tnlt Tnlt d Cnnol b asured. asured. consIderton gven te orign fre. fre. vlae frst discver' discver' tme the acddtntexclulve qf. qf. qf. fers wee 1 pafsenger. pafsenger. cent me T .wewom .wewom I andcldren .mO'e .mO'e clldren t t.wo t.wo fre ted.11e ted.11e forwad cabin so al d. d. b Tg mln' mln' 'tb 'tb probaly a corln- corln- Ilg ha comp rtment burls ued chrerer. chrerer. brrel trough te creless uknown T" T" cbin tled wih Infammable 'mteral 'mteral amunt 01 is content. content. I 1ght .d .d electricty tled burne frequenty lghted omwrten. omwrten. dlslter. dlslter. Water colord tled In' In' te sufclent lght lghted lap. lap. mtch I th Lter oler rom te a l lgll cmml lon sy tis T conditon tis whch ued const- const- o facs i lgence contributng t disster Fire-fghtng Fire-fghtng Fire-fghtng fgltng fre I Te whih orgin tre entrance for'ar for'ar \l \l \l ad 5tndplp supple wih lOfot lengh unlned lnen costng 2 cCntsa seYer 1 Te of tle fre appartus tle man cn- cn- afer Itad- Itad- fre spclvel 'In 'In tnd .he .he stern tre bucket. bucket. gngway. gngway. remln1ng tsed. tsed. fre bucket tpon dscovlry of fre crw. crw. so-caled so-caled so-caled Eward gan. gan. 'notted 'notted an piots. piots. dlck speakng Infored bat wa fre watir tre ln. ln. Wih tok lnen tre hos. hos. O'Nei. O'Nei. vlve tured hving falen dek coi wa twiste an a I t Imulaneously Iself ot is ow couplng I wa wih stanpipe Ftyeral 'lnelses 'lnelses ,1cnly. ,1cnly. ,1cnly. nou Etort rbber the faie. faie. faiure rbber forard Itandpp al attmpts tgh fre af. af. on or the-rew the-rew the-rew le- le- pa sengers ltle asIstance nture Engeers reprt Vars trbute Assistnt Brndow Egneer. Egneer. Conkin. Conkin. rmained repr /"Eldenty /"Eldenty /"Eldenty BrandoW didJs t n efcenty courageusly. courageusly. wa unt wa beachld engne moton unt eeonds bfore trkn Broth. Broth. Iland. Iland. plot tht Capt Shalck receIve thefrt Uceof fre whe \-esse \-esse wa abut eatward Medows. Medows. ful sped ahed' ahed' drectd tht \sel \sel her coure. coure. Sbeuenty dected thl piot. piot. Wat. Wat. bach 'eslon 'eslon Xorh IJand evience tablshes mstelmade no atempt whatsver fght fre to exmine Is cnditon. cnditon. contol. contol. sure. sure. direct wa whate 'er 'er I ale ed tbt wa pasener wer reaon .thefr .thefr of may wineses. wineses. obrously te. te. Anessentil tat otneglgence ter faue oftemtel tht te 1oo atho paen e x' x' .esde .esde ge th pr.t.I' pr.t.I' tl8 f a Janner'atel Janner'atel .e .e hlng boat a tere"were tere"were Il .ma .ma pasenger 'on 'on boad faied. faied. hi hi uslB reethi .iad .iad psener .Ve-Utte .Ve-Utte .Ve-Utte lnc'was lnc'was .Iven .Iven or cnt exrced br' br' ay' ay' tte fcn orcrewonb hal.o hal.o the-pa1en the-pa1en the-pa1en Dcng th pta wh r lre wap 4sCverU fst. fst. te comllfon IYlthat t e evdla .the .the pleonlheman d l.to. l.to. thetecttt of tJef atlhej ntance. ntance. Hel.ate. Hel.ate. nnept t eVUenceot popla theul dekls'tat dekls'tat trst notce' notce' fre teBe Wa ha pa d te mlde f Wars witeE" witeE" tesU Utht fe ata iolntOPPoslte mabe.yardat mabe.yardat s- s- toroThls marbeyard a obJe t .nea .nea Dicover te Fie. Fie. "Revl "Revl wlngthe wholtetmGn tere comission' comission' bleves frS dlscover f fre dek reac Jng Was Iaud Fanatn. Fanatn. kew f tme. tme. thewest adof Nego Polt Bluion Wars IiadancHh te notce th ploi hous -f -f exstenc& exstenc& fre eidence cptain piots radicly lsage Wit statement \1tel \1tel commision Ba thaUt foce b f tre teblet te .tte. .tte. ment te piot tme frlt f'the f'the fre Incorct" Incorct" reaons ths ld tat .he .he opnIon I th an o piot th pton vesSlln fre wa frt nown disre garded" garded" ArlT eondeatlnof eDUI teU- teU- I tme t.dllcnT t.dllcnT .t. .t. fe commlalon tht th.meDI. th.meDI. p\ot p\ot p\ot hOU kowlede lre. lre. bror- bror- atemerpI..d atemerpI..d Iatr ane Te commlz lon' lon' bInu tht. tht. th mute fr. fr. I 'becb4 'becb4 th nIe II LtUe Hel th'.tae Bunta Medow. Medow. Brn Kls eatwad Suam ad haT tbeeb galed th Id elenUal plclDC t. t. veue let ltr 1Ind fameswold h .cnl .cnl tornre ai awarlm p.encen. p.encen. .lnll .lnll coule 4ro1 m.a'rapldlat\ m.a'rapldlat\ m.a'rapldlat\ towad pasnc.r. pasnc.r. an delale hehlnl t nisi tor..nrl. tor..nrl. mint. mint. tha neceual. neceual. commisslondeclares tht' tht' Piot 1 showe judgent lac ski "esl "esl conider- conider- \-th \-th shorelne f nw e1na a s ngotg pasenger culd .swa .swa sve ther lves. lves. Tecm- Tecm- .beleveR .beleveR tht veseL ng t a l ap and w de Wa NeverTred shrly crltdses th 'cndltbnt 'cndltbnt frefghtng app ratls the. the. sayng thatthe fre hoseequlpent waba exCpt pssblY 10 et wa use al. al. hd ben 'hough 'hough fre n Slocum. Slocum. a bity fre hve tled fre hse re- re- re- re- statu tor stengh tre drls dris lfeboas ad lfe condton. condton. 1e-reslvers 1e-reslvers 1e-reslvers howevr. howevr. b3d conditon. conditon. evidenc tht smat pereetgeof preserer "Wie "Wie I I probably te tha may Cr thse defect\ defect\ le-preserers le-preserers le-preserers supportd pasengers averag jasenger tor refsed t wa a disstrous a I lfe-preserers lfe-preserers lfe-preserers hd wholy unerce 'cmission 'cmission nat .I'laagaI .I'laagaI 'In 'In dstnct violaton lw. lw. reuirements veJe's veJe's ertfcate wa ot lcensed leer. leer. InetcleIcy por q iit th 'de 'de k cew .fths .fths doubt typlcl maj dty cre- cre- excuron esental tact tht cused t Ih'e Ih'e totl los le dISster wa 95. 95. pr- pr- sns numbr injured 17 a totl lst 1. 1. Tll Iret lOl prcntce .O.U-vr .O.U-vr .O.U-vr aeen-tenth-II aeen-tenth-II aeen-tenth-II aeen-tenth-II etaordlna abnorml perceuee cu. cu. primaiy 'lculO 'lculO ablt nle-ten'th.bln nle-ten'th.bln nle-ten'th.bln nle-ten'th.bln w m.n m.n chidren O\er O\er O\er ractor ae cnl watr. watr. chanel. chanel. the .wlfUd .wlfUd etee rapidlr anprere&1 anprere&1 tho tho fr smal r Isllnc. Isllnc. eree pa sncer omcr. omcr. ad crw Tl. Tl. il. il. collple th Itabad aft Afer cnsldernth compositon excurllon Impornt st th regul ttns recogniz act. act. tht cart isel. isel. Dutes detai commision ds- ds- dutes respnsibites p excurllon ofcers an4 the'vessels the'vessels rtPr reds "wl "wl i tht steambat Inspcton ler1 e I saety applances ths releves tlmlarlegal oblgaton frm th labi- labi- iy malntlnance crw I dlcpln Th i owner Gneral cnsurable degee Inadeute ad cndi- cndi- tons pre\'ailg pre\'ailg pre\'ailg pre\'ailg ths .esse .esse tht. tht. whaever technicl ll&al ll&al labiiy 'executn 'executn shlr resp n- n- siblty resuls a ter' ter' connecton wih 11 iqui cm- cm- mlflon Investgato'n Investgato'n conditon act al workngs t1e Inspecton sr1e Yorkbth t expla. expla. ton feature preventon .he .he re unc simiar dsasters. dsasters. .ls .ls beyo the' the' tons prt a Investgaton b n Impractcble ard hve reportuntlfs usfulness hve beenleaty dmlnlsh d. d. T belevuthat countr frm tt of steambat Insp ton eerce cr. cr. fullnqulr worknga sn' sn' sr sucient bsis generl recOmmendtons rport th t th operatons th Ingecton S rvIce ew unsatsacory. unsatsacory. inetc nt. nt. neglgent relpect. relpect. Iho1'g Iho1'g I hln -i -i t 1j t fyl tatuteS. tatuteS. r qulment a tet of. of. tr onpaCenger.teamera onpaCenger.teamera wa wholy dllegardea. dllegardea. Theaslistant in. in. 'spctors 'spctors nom sred pr ure trehor ex pt a mi ht Inclden ly pla e. e. BCl forithe forithe t ng boi- boi- er. er. ulormlyreprted' ulormlyreprted' fre 'i 'i ondlton n preSure te Neglectf Th 10eallspeltorswhoPgne ttctesof ve lS r pronl r ter Aceptng reprb the .s .s 1 ants 1hey folowed asJant. asJant. In ctor e ter .ter .ter pr. pr. tcali Istrct n w. w. a 1tnL ttpector rle whih rur .that .that &vesers &vesers lht buspecte4.Jlnty buspecte4.Jlnty te In.pctor. In.pctor. eored r thlsn &Ug &Ug n e the'commlislon the'commlislon ttat Wa that n u' u' g Appn cu oten etemely' etemely' ba conditon In ectormerly l kedover. kedover. for thetehosL uTe asrd Inaeu t o vlsal fecUoD. fecUoD. lrobose I fJmt.lnw fJmt.lnw rbl tce in ho qulpmen. qulpmen. .puse'at .puse'at reglar Intpecton. Intpecton. bprlt onth.reln. onth.reln. .pectn .pectn un er pre.urel pre.urel belo.rth belo.rth .tttorreqUlrmetn.'r .tttorreqUlrmetn.'r e. e. veel 1 6per cent otth 'ho. 'ho. euipment wa Inpto. Inpto. dldntowejle .j .j boat ad tquenly omIt d a te i t 7- 7- Eurnit .re .re I I n. n. M 'et 'et erl. erl. 'I 'I -Te -Te sidebrd iUu5 tedi b.rbig b.rbig OUi. OUi. .n. .n. ew f. f. ca. ca. tu. tu. r. r. es. es. car.ng - Iustrates toughts fur- fur- planig. planig. I an peces lke mertonshowhere ChamandTabtes ChamandTabtes m ad Chlr. Chlr. a Sidcboadstbat I hvc..een hvc..een wit stude 'a 'a 'kowiedge 'kowiedge des ln'and ln'and furnture Qucton. Qucton. I 'We 'We Mose. Mose. Son. Son. I Steet Corer Elevent. Elevent. t o. o. o t I 3 3 ASEMNS I AMSEMNTS 8 C.ARLES C.ARLES DILIINCHAM Wi SuccessfulComloOpera 1 2' 2' lreOrom New'York New'York I th Dramatzaton Riri iion te ad lowerig takle Jorlyof cae9 erher tea o tre pump. pump. mlson rcommends thorugh reorgnlza- reorgnlza- ton luspector I. I. wih el.mlnatng el.mlnatng a1 deIontrated ReerIng hE 1emcency th f hi or. or. I tke them eual chargeble did' did' te 8pervlslng Inspctor. Inspctor. therefor large Imare reo lbUty inetclency Re pectin Vessel. Vessel. relnpecUon 'veSels 'veSels hs b en cn- cn- &ld &ld r cre atual cndl. cndl. to vessel ew e' e' 1re\'llent. 1re\'llent. 1re\'llent. 1re\'llent. 1re\'llent. hetbods Insector -bon" -bon" -bon" Ut1 th-1id th-1id th-1id Inefclenc1 leat detl omlson preents f ct develop' develop' relnspcton showe mny I stanes Ilnce disater mny vessel reed leat prt lfe-saving lfe-saving lfe-saving applances fre.tghtng fre.tghtng relnpecton jnefc ncy I ton beng 3 deectve Uepreservers 3 cent defectve ho e. e. cmmision opinon th apples boier In. In. In. speton. speton. cmission Inpcton fre fre-tghtng fre-tghtng fre-tghtng eraly fnds' fnds' tht f I fals materaly blo stnd- stnd- i sttute. sttute. d e ia whlc cienywa's cienywa's corrupton motves but te comlslon tht lves dischrge tst t 'ul. 'ul. theoe re ls my' my' accomplshed comision beleves rutbe tundamentl' tundamentl' ad cmnlsslon present rem-I rem-I rem-I mendatons. mendatons. al bsed their examinton I lh et r r f fatf n p ad re ulaton5 goverig Insp Uon Serice ulatng constructon paenler steaers.an.dJaws steaers.an.dJaws Deatment Commere Lbr enfor 1ssue vesel owers ofcers ad crws o stemer. stemer. relatn t sfety appUance t'r t'r ng i/Ju i/Ju i/Ju a a1 t ardh\ ardh\ shal carred veel 7le rent r k etcency stem- stem- bat Inpcton serice strngly- strngly- recmmend t law' law' relaing seric aende uto ereate t \\gn \\gn crnre io sa rde 'by 'by te 'comlslon 'comlslon iokng beteent Ierice stfmbas I tq.t tq.t JIurace pnger ,10 ,10 .ta .ta a i thrug ofcer cews f ves8elsof ther dutes The reom endtons wi b n o t 1 lfPgo along th lneot te ad rom- rom- medatons te 1 SURVIORS ORGAIZE. ORGAIZE. 'Wi 'Wi Annu Commemoraton cses an Asist 1"York. 1"York. 1"York. 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Te 'lnt 'lnt Cla.r Cla.r mee. mee. fr g wU. wU. tke plae te Ebltlous 1. 1. 4 p m AMUSEMNTS. AMUSEMNTS. NATIONAL' NATIONAL' E"gsat8la. E"gsat8la. E"gsat8la. Matne Saturday. Saturday. Saturday. Saturday. Te olly t\e t\e t\e er W.hln&D W.hln&D orernc Ireir Amercan an foreeD .taa .taa te fut rk O.UOHT O.UOHT O.UOHT O.UOHT 1he TOI.noth TOI.noth Ar7 Pla1- Pla1- Pla1- Pla1- Pla1- Pla1- TIm. TIm. RA SON' SON' R HRD lARIXGDA'S lARIXGDA'S XET \E-ST \E-ST \E-ST SAL THtRSD.4 THtRSD.4 character Herione Pdita btlpere'l btlpere'l Wl TER' TER' Tm" Tm" wih cmpan producton h t PLTE VAtE\'J VAtE\'J VAtE\'J VAtE\'J Daly Mat :5. :5. :5. EY.:5 EY.:5 EY.:5 ala ic Preentton tnfathmable rltel 7 7 7 7 Helen Federic la. la. "Te "Te CI i' i' 1 ir Skth Club More e4 EmA LtU.feld. LtU.feld. Te Genro Bale Drth1 Ke- Ke- Grdon-Benett Grdon-Benett Grdon-Benett Alta Ra. Ra. Moton Pcue XeX Wek-lme. Wek-lme. Wek-lme. MlOD DII obl. obl. C urhy Klehl. Klehl. 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