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VOL 13 WASHINGTON ASIDN D 0 SATURDAY un MAY A Y 10 1902 NO 19
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SECRETARY SEC ETARY ROOTS ROOFSREflY ROOTSHEfL ROOTSREPLY
REPLY HEfL Y TO SENATE SENATESubmits SENATESubmits SENATESubmIt3
Submits the Orders Ord rs of General Bell BellRelative HellRelative
Relative io o Batangas BatangasRETALIATION BntangasRETALIATION BatangasRITtLiATION
RETALIATION WAS NECESSARY NECESSARYThe
The Th Resolution Introduced by Senator Cul Culberson Cuibersoa Culberion
berson Which Was lVas Adopted by the Senate SenateWas SeaateWas SeasteWas
Was Most Comprehensive and Called for lorComplete forComplete or orComplete
Complete Information In a Regard to the HiePolicy thePolley lie liePolicy
Policy of 0 Reconcentratlon In Luzon LuzonWashington LuzonWashington LuzonWashington
Washington D I C C Special SpecialSecre SpecialSecretary Secre Secretary Secretary ¬
tary Root has submitted to the Senate an ananswer 311answer ananswer
answer to the resolution of May I call calling calling caI1ing ¬
ing for copies of any all orders issuer by byGeneral b bGeneral byGeneral
General Bell relative to reconccntratior reconccntratiorin
in Batangas Datallg and of the orders issued by byGeneral b bGeneml byGeneral
General Smith to Major Waller set up bj bjthe b bthe bthe
the latter atter in his defense before the court courtmartial courtmartial courtmartial
martial In reply the secretary submit submittwo submittwo subrnittwo
two orders by General Bell dated De December DeIember Deecinber ¬
cember 8 rnd nd 9 last lastIn lastIn lastIn
In the first General Bell refers to the thetreachery thetreachery thetreachery
treachery of the natives n thes to their use ol olinfernal 01infernal olinfernal
infernal machines and to their constant constantviolation constU1tviolation constantviohaton
violation of all the rules of civilized war warfare Warfare warfare ¬
fare Therefore he decjares declares that he is isreluctantly hreluctantly i ireluctantly
reluctantly obliged to avail himself of oftlle oftlletight the theright thetight
tight of retaliation undei unde the regulations regulationsand regulatiomamI regulatiornand
and to deal severely with persons who whocommit whecommit whca
a commit the acts denounced in general Or Order ori order ¬
i der 100 He says saysThe sasThe saysThe
The Brigade brigade commander announce announcefor announcefor announcesfor
for the information of f all concerned that thatwherever thaIwhercver thatwherever
wherever prisoners or unarmed or de defenseless deI ¬
I fenseless Americans or natives friendly friendlyto
to the United States Government ar armurdered art artmurdered aranurdecd
murdered or assassinated for political politicalreasons politicareasons pohitieareasons
reasons and this fact lct can be established establishedit
it is his hi purpose purpose to execute a prisoner oi oiwar 01war o owar
war under tinder the authority autl1Drit contained ir irsections irsections itseetions
sections 59 and 148 This prisoner of wai waiwill walw wa wawiji
will w wiji 1l be selected by lot from among tin tinofficers 111officers thuofticers
officers or prominent citizens held ai aiprisoners alvrisoncrs 11 11prisoners
prisoners of war and will he chases chosetwhen choserwhen chaseswhen
when practicable from those who belonj belonjto belon belonto belonto
to the town where the murder or assas assnssinntion assassil1atiol1 assassination
sinntion occurred occurredThe ol occurredThe cltrred cltrredThe
The secretary explains that the ordci ordcireferred ordclreferred ordcireferred
referred to was approved by Abrahan AbrahanLincoln AbrahlIILincoln AhrahianLincoln
Lincoln and that thatthc the orders ordersl1Ientionec ordersl1Ientionecin nieniioncc nieniionccin
in the resolution and in Bells Bell order 0 0December oDecember 0December
December 13 were in strict conformit conformitwith conformitwith conformitwith
with the letter and spirit of this famoiu famoiuorder famomorder faincnuorder
order which he says was a contributior contributiorto
to civilization of great and recognized recognizedvalue recognizeealuc recognizervalue
value aluc
PROHIBITION STATE STATBJI 21 YEARS YEARSGovernor YEARSGovrraor YEARSGoernor
Governor Stanley Stanlc of Kansas Says Elfeo ElfeoHas EffecliAS Elfecihiss
Has Been Beneficial BsneflcliLTopeka BaefldaLTOjJeki BeneficialTopeld
Topeka Kan Special Spedat1wento Spedat1wentoYC3fS SpecialTwcntyoaiyears Twcntyom Twcntyomyears
years ago prohibition was adopted i iKansas iKansas is isKansas
Kansas Governor Stanley discussed it iteffect Iteffect itccct
effect as follows followsProhibition followsProhibition followsProhibition
Prohibition In Kansas has ha beet beetmarked I 7c 7cmarked er ermarked
marked by very beneficial results inc ancthis incthis n nthis
this is apparent app rent to anyone who will travc travcthrough traethrough travethrough
through Kansas and through any of tin tinlicense thelicense tinlicense
license States that hat may may be selected ant ancnote anenote antnote
note the difference in maj the t Ie typeS of yonnt yonntmen rOl1n rOl1nmen yonnmen
men in the two States There are thou thousands tho thosands thozsands
sands of young men in Kansas Kan 3s whc whcnever whenever whcnever
never saw a saloon and will avoid it it i ifor h hfor ii iifor >
for no other reason because it is i untlei untleithe undethe undetthe
the ban of the law There arc thousand thousandof thousandlof
of ner who probably would patroniii patroniiithe palronizithe patronizithe
the saloon if functioned by law 1a IV and con conducted conducted on onducted
ducted ar tlw tl law brands it as an Ish Ishmaelite Ishmaelite Isismaehite
maelite among the legitimate enterprise enterpriseof enterpr 5e 5eof
of the community communityMILLIONS coml1lunityMILLIONS communityMILLIONS
MILLIONS OF EOOS STORED STOREDBlj StoREDBII STOREDBig
Big Packers Are Gradually Starving Oil OilSm 0 0SlIIal OilSinl
Sm SlIIal l Shipper ShipperKansas SblppersKansas ShIppcrKansas
Kansas City Mo Special SpeclalThe The big bigpacking bigpacking bigpacking
packing houses have made such inroad inroadinto inroadinto inroadtinto
into the business of packing and ship shipping shipping shipping ¬
ping eggs and poultry for consumption in inEastern inEastem inEastern
Eastern markets that the business of the thesmall tIPesmall thesmall
small shippers In n this hsis part of the West Westis Westis Westis
is threatened with destruction according accordingto
to members of the Produce Dealers As Association Associlltion Association ¬
sociation of Kansas and Oklahoma Oklahomawhich Oklahomawhich Oklahomawhich
which met here to consider the situation situationJohn situationJohn situationJoists
John Stewart of Concordia Kan Kanpresident Kanpresident Kanpresident
president of the association said The Thepackers Thelaclers The1ackers
packers are so firmly intrenched that I Ido Ido Ido
do not believe that we can do much to tooppose topp tooppose
oppose pp e them I do not know kno whether whetherthe whethcrhe whetherUse
the he recent operations of the beef dealers dealerscould dealerscould dealerscould
could be called a corner or not How However Howver IIowever ¬
ever ver I do know that four big firms have haveitored haeitored havetorecl
itored 144000000 eggs or 400000 cases casest Clsesft CaSesAt
ft At < t this time last year more than 1000 ioooooooo
300000 or 3000000 cases were in cold coldtorage coldlorage coldtorage
torage There will be fewer eggs stored storedhit storedhis storedhis
his vear ear because b ush the prices p are higher higherPrince hi higherPrInce ler lerrlace
Prince rlace cot Jlwu tUVU an nour nourGiicago nourChicago flourChicago
Chicago Special SpecialRebates Rebates to the thtamount thrilmount theamount
amount of Jo per cent were received receivedthe by byhe b bthe
the he persons who contributed to the fund fundfor fu fundfor d dfor
for the entertainment of Prnce Henry ol olPrussia 01Prussia olrussia
Prussia russia when he visited Chicago ir irMarch irMarch inMarch
March The total amount subscribed subscribedwas subscribed9S
was 9S 25000 and the expense of the theprincely the11rincely theirsncely
princely irsncely visit amounted to 22500 22500Prince fl500Prince
Prince Henry arrived in Chicago at atclock 6 6jclock fclock
clock on the evening of March Thrch 3 and anddeparted unddepartetl andIepartetL
departed for Milwaukee at 3 oclock the thefollowing thefollawing thetollavin
following tollavin afternoon Entertaining roy royalty royahy royahty ¬
alty in Chicago cost over tooo an hour hour3y hOllrJY houry
3y y averaging up the expenses expenses Out ol olthis 0 0this oI oIhiis
this hiis all the thenllmerotls numerous celebrations came cameexcept tame tameexcept ame amexcept
except the luncheon lunche nit p at the Germanla GermanlaClub GermanlaClub GermanlaClub
Club
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SUMMARY SUM ARY OF THE LATEST NEWS NEWSDomestic NEWSDomestic NEWSDomestIc
Domestic DomesticAlfred DomesticAlfred DomestIcAlfred
Alfred Goslin of New York wiy vi1 have haveto hiVeto haveto
to serve six s le months in the penitentiary penitentiarfor
for circulating false reports concerning concerningthe
the financial condition of Brooklyn Rap Rapid Ralid RapId ¬
id Transit Company
Testimony taken in the Beef Trust inr inrljuiry in inquiry in inquiry
quiry at St Louis shows that the trust trustcontrols trllstcontrols trustcontrol
controls the price of beef on the hoof hoofone hoofOne hoofone
one conipanybuying compal buying one day and another anothercompany anothercompany anothercompany
company company on another day
True lost session of the Board of ofBishops o oBishops ofBishops
Bishops of the Methodist Episcopal EpiscopalChurch EpiscopalChurch EpiscopalChurch
Church at Chattanooga was occupied in inappointing inappointing in inappointing
appointing committees committeesBurns committeesBurns committeesBurns
Burns University School near Char Charlottesville Charhottesvilhe
lottesville Va was destroyed by fire fireStudent fireStu fireStudent
Student Stu ent Knox of Richmond perished in inthe inthe in inthe
the flames flamesA namesA flamesA
A number of American railroads are aresaid aresaid aresaid
said to be interested intere ted in the big shipping shippingcombine shil1pingcombine shippingcombine
combine combineFour combineFour combineFour
Four men were killed two were fatally
injured injur d and two others terribly burned burnedby burnedby burnedIsy
by being caught in a torrent of molten moltenmetal 1I10ltenmetal moltenmetal
metal in an open hearth pit at Stcclton StccltonPa SteeltonPa StcehtonPa
Pa PaThe
The presidents of the anthracite coal coalcompanies coalcompal11e coalcompanies
companies met in New N ew York As a re result reI resuIt ¬
I suIt of their conference a strike of the theminers theI theminers
I miners is not believed possible possibleIn
In Philadelphia Mrs Henrietta Lilley Lilleywas Lilleywas Lilleywas
was burned to death and her son John JohnLilley JohnLilley JohnLihley
Lilley was wasrrobaly probaly probaly fatally burned by an anexplosion anexplosion anexplosion
explosion of 0 gasoline gasolineIn
In New York the Interborough Rapid RapidTransit RapidTransit RapidTransit
Transit Company with a capital cantal of 25 5
000000 was incorporated to operate the theunderground theundergrollnd theunderground
underground line lineAt lineAt lineAt
At Trenton the Federation Window WindowGlass WindowGlass VindolVGlass
Glass Company was incorporated tc tccombine tccombine tecombine
combine plants in the East and West WestNew WestNew WestNew
New Mil Milford ford Conn was damaged te tcthe tethe tethe
the extent of 50000 oooo or 60000 by fire fireSix fireSix fireSix
Six lives were lost by a cloudburst at atFoss alFoss atFoss
Foss Oklahoma Territory TerritoryThe TerritoryThe TersitoryThe
The puddlers at the American Iror Irorand Irorand Irorand
and Steel Manufacturing Company Company1three Companythree Companyithree
three plants in Lebanon Pa and at the thfPenn thePenis i iPenn
Penn Iron Companys plant in in Lancas Lancaster Lam Lancaster as aster ¬
ter Pa went on a i strike strikeEightyfour strikeEightyfour strikeEighityfour
Eightyfour Moro prisoners attempt attempted attempted attempted ¬
ed to escape esc > e from the American militarj militarjguard militarguard niihitarguard
guard The troops pursued and an fired firedupon fire firenpon firedupon
upon them killing 35 and capturing 0 0Thfe QThe 9rho
The Union Traction Company 4Pail 4Pailadclphia JPhiladelphia Phil Philadeiphia
adclphia leased lease lease4 all of the lines in us tits titscity t1 thecity r rcity
city to the Philadelphia Rapid Transit TransilCompany TransiCompan TransitCompany
Company CompanyMrs CompanMrs CompanyMrs
Mrs Estrada Palma started with het hetfamily he hefamily hsfamily
family from Newburgh N Y to join joinher joitber join joinlscr
her husband hu band in Havana HavanaWiJIiam Havanailliam HavanaWilliam
WiJIiam William illiam Rabel who killed his youn younwife younwife younRwife
wife in Fort Wyne Ind nd committed sot suicide snlcide sotcide ¬
cide in ir his cell cellThe cellThe cellIhe
The work of rebuilding Denbigh Hal Halat HallIt Halat
at It Bryn Mawr lawr College PennsTyvania PennsTyvaniawas Pennslyvmiawas Pcnnstyvauiawas
was begun begunMiss
Miss Josephine Holman who broke brokeoff brokeoff brokeoff
off her engagement to Signor Marconi Marconiit
it is announced will marry Eugene Bo Boross Boross Boross
ross of Budapest Hungary who met mether mether mettier
her on the steamer while en route to toEurope toE toEurope
Europe EuropeThe E rope ropeThe
The White Star steamship Celtic re returned returned returned ¬
turned to New York after a trip of
14000 4000 miles to the Orient OrientThe OrientThe OrientThe
The Gates Gat syndicate has bought a acontrolling acontrollinlC acontrolling
controlling interest in the Monon which whichgives whichshes whichgives
gives his Louisville and Nashville Road Roadan Road11I Roadan
an 11I entrance to Chicago ChicagoTwo ChicagoTwo ChicagoTwo
Two hundred ironworkers employed employedon employelon
on the new North German Lloyd piers piersat piersat piersat
at Hoboken went on a strike strikeA strikeA strikeA
A tornado near Centreville S D de destroyed destroed tiestruyed ¬
stroyed property killed a baby and in injured inur in iniird ¬
jured ur iird d several people peopleForeign peoplefCrclfa peopleForeign
Foreign ForeignLord fCrclfaLord ForeignLord
Lord Kitchener announced the relief reliefof reliefof reliefof
of the British garrison at atOOkiep OOkiep West Western Western Yestens ¬
ern Cape Colony < olony which had been besieged be bcsieged bfsieged ¬
sieged by the Boers since April 4 He Healso Heaho Healso
also reported the capture of 208 Boers Boersand Boersan Doersand
and an the killing of io in 11 the neighborhood neighborhoodof
of Linley Orange River Colony ColonyIn ColonyIn ColonyIn
In his address to the Primrose League LeagueLord Leaguelord LeagueLord
Lord Salisbury said that Great Britain Britainwould BrltailJwould Britaliwould
would not in her peace negotiations with withthe withIhe withthe
the Doers recede one inch from her for fornice form formet
nice m position positionThe positionTh positionlhse
The Th Nationalist members of the House Houseof Houseof Houseof
of Commons attempted to force a vote voteof voleof voteof
of censure on the th speaker William Court CourtGully CourtGully Courtdully
Gully but were defeated by a vote of 63 63to 6Jto Gjto
to 39 39Representatives 39Represcntativcsof 398 398Represcntatives
Representatives of the VirginiaCaro VirginiaCaroline Vif ViriniaCaroline inlaCaro inlaCaroline ¬
line Company have been buying options optionson optionon
on potash property in Germany and will willgo willg willgc
go g to Austria and Italy on a similar similarmission similarnllSSlon similarisussioiI
mission missionCount nllSSlon nllSSlonCount isussioiICount
Count Goluchowski the AustroHun AustroHungarian AustroHungarian AustroHungarian
garian minister of foreign affairs made madea
a statement indicating iiidicatin the purpose of olraising ofraising ofraising
raising the legation tit Washington u telln to > an anembassy anenihiassy I
embassy embassyThe
The service ot the coronation of King Kin
Edward has been bee II greatly shortened sh > rtenert to tolcusc toIeasc toPlease
Please > lcusc the King Thc ceremony of the
first oblation the reading of the Ten TenCommandments TcnCommandments TenLonimandinents
Commandments the uTlclujuK JlJdlljuh an anhem anthem
them hem and the final pr pry y arc omitted al alogether altogether altogether
together and ant the litany htan rill iIl be reduced reducednehalf rednceonehalf reducedonehalf
onehalf > its length lengthThe lengthThe lengthTue
The Western Capo C i ny British re reief reo reolief
ief lief column has occuiiicd Stcinkopf Stcinkopfyhich Stcinkopfwhich Stcinkopfwhich
which yhich has been held by the l iie 1C Boers The TheBritish TheLiritisli
British lost six men killed and eight eightvounded eightoun eightwounded
wounded oun ed The Doer losses were heavy heavyiccordlng heavraccording heavyaccordliig
according to British reports reportsEditor reportsEditor reportsEditor
Editor W Vu T 1 Stead an executor of ofhe ofthe ofthe
the he will of Cecil Rhodes says lie ad advised adjsed advised ¬
vised Mr Rhodes in 1891 to include includeicholarships Includescholarships Includescholarships
scholarships at Oxford for American Americanstudents Americanuudellts Americantudeiits
students in the provisions of the will willThe willThe willIhie
The revplution in Santo Domingo has hasnded hasen hasended
en ended nded ed with Horato Vasquez the former formervlcepresident formervicepresident
icepresident and antlleader leader of the revolt revolt in inontrol incontrol incontrol
control He will continue in power until untilJectiom untilkClion untilelections
elections a Brit rn held
SURRENDER OF OFSAN OFSAN
SAN DOMINGO DOMINGORevolutionists DO BOflNOevclutIonIsts nN60
J Jevclutlonlsts
Revolutionists March Marchlriumphantly Triumphantly Info InfoDominican InfoDomInIcan IntoDomInIcan
Dominican Capital CapitalEACE CapitalEACE CapitalEACH
> EACE IS NOW REESTABLISHED REESTABLISHEDThe
0 0rbe
The Concerted Demands Made by the he For Foreln Forello Foretgn
eln Diplomats and Consuls Under the theLeadersblp theLeadership be beLeadership
Leadership of Minister Powell of the United UnitedState UolledState UnitedStates
State States Did Not Stop General Vasquez In InIlls 10Ills IcIlls
Ills March on the he City CityMonte CllyMonte CityMonte
Monte Christi By ByCabhe Cable CableFurther CableFurtheronfirrnltion Further Furtheronfirmation Furtlscionfirination
onfirmation was received here of the thelurrcndcr thelurrender theurrcnder
lurrcndcr of San SI Domingo capital ol olSanto 01Santo ohSanto
Santo Domingo Don ingo to the revolutionary revolutionaryforces revolutionaryorers
forces orers commanded by VicePresident VicePresidcntVasquez VicePresidentVasquez VicePresidentVasquez
Vasquez The provisional government governmentstablisli governmentstahlishe governmentstablishs
stablisli < d there will retain power until untilnew untilnew untilnew
new elections have been held heldPeace heldPeace lsckLPeace
Peace is completely reestablished in inthe inthe inthe
the southern part of Santo Domingo Domingodvices Domingodvices Domingodvices
dvices from Puerto Plata on the nortl nortloast nortlOilst northopst
oast announce that the crew of the Do Dominican Dominican Donsiniean ¬
minican > war vessel at that port has hasjided ha hadeled hassitkd
jided with the insurgents and conveyed conveyedto
to the Governor General Deschamps an anorder al1order at atorder
order to surrender An agreement pro proin providing providing
viding in for a suspension of hostilities al alPuerto atPuerto
Puerto Plata wtw S signed signetlJater later in in the day dayso dayso dayso
so as to permit pennithe the drawing up IP of the theconditions tICconditions theconditions
conditions on which the port will citpitu citpitulate CPltUlate cp1tulate
late to the revolutionists revolutionistsWhen reohiiionistsWhen revolutionistshien
When hien San Domingo City surrendered surrenderedto
to VicePresident Vice President Vasqucr President PresidentJiminez PresIdentJiminez PresidentJinsinez
Jiminez sought refuge in the French Frenchconsulate Frenchconsulate Frenchconsulate
consulate there thereFrance therePrance thereFrance
France aDd Spain Quake QuakeParis QuskeParis QilekeParis
Paris CB By Cable Violent earth earthquake etrthuake earthluake
quake uake shocks which occurred at three threeoclock thleeoclock threeoclock
oclock in iil the morning are reporter reporterfrom reportefrom rcportecfrom
from Bordeaux Bayonne Pan anc ancother ancother
other places in the same region The Thelasted Thi Thilasted
lasted 15 seconds The reports do no nomention lOimention uo4mention
mention any damage damageMadrid damageMadrid
Madrid By B Cable Earthquake Earthquakeshocks Eartltqitakesbock
shocks were felt early carl thIs morning 1110 rning ai aiBarcelona alDarcelona aiJ3arceiotia
Barcelona Saragossa Irun Tafalla anc ancMurcia aneMurcia aim aimMurcia
Murcia At Murcia the cathedral ptd ptdthe nd ndthe n nthe
the convent as well cll a a number ol olhouses 01houses ohhouses
houses were damaged The population populationbecame pClpnhltiorbecamcpanlcsrricen popuictiorbecame
became becamcpanlcsrricen panicstricken At Alberique ir irValencia ia iaValencia iiValencia
Valencia province a number of houses housesxvcre housewere houseswere
were destroyed The disturbances dis dislodged dislodged dislodged ¬
lodged great masses of rock in tin
FuenSanta Mountains MountainsBret MountainsDrct Mountainsl3ret
Bret Harte Is sDead sDeadLondon Dead DeadLondon DeadLondon
London By Cable CableI F Bret Harte Hartethe Hartcthe Hartethe
the American poet and author is dead deadMr dealMr deadMr
Mr Harte died suddenly at the Red Redhouse Redhouse Redhouse
house Cambcrley near Aldershot froir fro IT
hemorrhage caused by1 by1an b l an au affection m 01the mthe mthe
the throat The wellknown poet anc ancauthor ancauthor 11 11author
author had been living quietly in Eng
land for years cars Most Iost of 0 his time wa waspent walspent wasspent >
spent in the country countr and an when in Lon London London Iondon ¬
don he was almost equally secluded seclu ed hay having haying haslag ¬
ing few visitors In his rooms at Lancas Lancaster Lancaster Laiscaster ¬
ter Gate and going to the houses only ot ota 01It ofit
It limited number of very intimate intimatefriends intimaltfriends intinsatifriends
friends
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Cblnete Must Qo Back BackWashington DackWashington Backashingtou
Washington ashingtou I D C Special SpeeialThe SpeeialTheChief The TheChief
Chief Justice of the United States Su Supreme Supreme Soprerne ¬
preme Court rendered opinions in two twotest twotest twotest
test cases affecting the transit of China Chinamen Chinamcn Chinamen ¬
men through the United States to other othercountries othercountries othercountries
countries sustaining the action of the thegovernmental thegovernmental thegovernusental
governmental authorities in having them themdetained thcl1ldetained thenidetained
detained at San Francisco There are aresaid aresaid Iresaid
said to be forty orty or fifty Chinamen who whohave whohave svhiohave
have been thus detained in San Fran Francisco Fruitcisco ¬ I
cisco for five months and who have been beenvery heenvery beenvery
very restless re tless under the restraint The Theresult Thcresult TImeresult
result of the decision will be the depor deportation deportation cleportation ¬
tation to China of the Chinese detained detainedbnadeQrown detainedlbadeOrolVn detainedbfladeOrown
bnadeQrown Sumatra Lest LealHartford Le1LHartford LestHartford
Hartford Conn Special Spe ialThe The first firstjalc firstlaIc firstsale
laIc of shadegrown Sumatra tobacco tobaccoleaf tobaccoeaf tobaccoleaf
leaf was held here all of this tobacco tobaccoraised tobaccoraised tobaccotaised
raised in the Connecticut river valley in inhe inhe inhe
he season of 1901 having been brought broughtn
n by agreement of the growers to be besold beold bemid I
sold by auction There were dealers and andTianufacturers antiT1anufacturers andTiantmfacturers
Tianufacturers present from New York YorkChicago Yorkhicago Yorklsicago
Chicago and Boston The prices varied variedfrom variedfrom variedfrom
from 280 the highest to 20 o cents for forhc forhe forhe
he lowest the leaf of the lowpriced lowpricedjales lowpricedales lowpricedaleS
ales being dark and short shortMut C CMeat
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Meat teat Uoycotl for or Thirty Thfrt Days DaysAmsterdam Da1Amsterdam DaysAmsterdam
Amsterdam By Cable ClbleThc The Am Amiterdatn Amsterdam Amsterdamu
iterdatn Central Labor Union composed composedof
of if 25 subordinate unions with witil a total totalnembership totalmembership totalmembership
membership membership of 5000 ooo has adopted a res resilution resolution resolution
olution to abstain from the use of meat meatlandled meathllldled meathandled
landled by the socalled socallelllleat Meat Trust for forhe forthe forthe
the he next 30 days daysLives daysLlrel daysLIves
Lives Lost by a Cloudburst CloudburstOklahoma CloadburstOklahoma CloudburstOklahoma
Oklahoma City Okla SpccialSx SpccialSxives SpecialSxlives x xlives
lives were Tost ost in the cloudburst at Foss Fossm Fosson Fosson
on m the Choctaw Cho taw and Oklahoma Rail Raiload Railroad Railroad
road oad Fifteen houses were carried away awayr awayFoss awayFoss
Foss r with > a population of Boo ii built builtmOitly builtmostly
mostly on high ft ground but extends into intoy intothe intethe
the valley y The cloudburst cloudftmrst raised Tur Turlood Turkey Turkey
key Creek to a depth of ten feet and the thtflood theflood
flood swept down on the village with withitch withsuch withsuch
such suddenness that the people in the thealley thevalley thevalley
valley alley could not reach high ground Re Reief Relief Rehief
lief ief has has ha been sent to Foss from Oklaho Oklahona Oklahoma Oklahoma
ma na City Clt and other points
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I f LIVE NATIONAL CAPITAL AFFAIRS AFFAIRSMcKlaleys AFFAIRShlcKlalcys AFFAIRSMcKtnheys
McKlaleys Doctors Dills DillsCongress DillsCongress BillsC9lmgress
Congress will ply the funeral ex expenses exlenses cxpenses ¬
penses lenses of President McKinley including includingthe includingthe includingthe
the doctors bills over which there th re has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been so much contention contentionAn contentionAn contentionAn
An item is to be inserted in in the Ur Urgent Urgent Urgent ¬
gent Deficiency bill now under consid consideration consideraton ¬ I Iera
eration era eraton on by the House Committee on Ap Appropriations Appropriations ¬
propriations which provides for an ap appropriation appropriation oppiapriation ¬
propriation of 50000 to defray the ex expenses expenses cxpeilses ¬
penses attending the death and burial of ofthe ofthe oftime
the President
The 1 he committee has gone fully into the thequestion thequestion timetjtieStioim
question of compensation to the doctors doctorswho doctorswho doctorswho
who attended the wounded Executive Executiveand Exeeutivc3nd Executive3nd
3nd has decided that notwithstanding notwithstandingthe notwithstal1ditthe
the physicians declined to submit a 1111 billfor 1111for 1111for
for their respective services they arc arcentitled arcentitle areentitled
entitled to liberal fees for their efforts effortsto effortsIOtSaVe
to IOtSaVe saee a the Presidents life lifet
It It t is understood that an agreement agreementlias agreementhas agreementhas
has been reached whereby 31000 of the theamount tbelmollnt timeanlount
amount to be appropriated shall go o 1C 1Cthe 1cthe tCtime
the doctors and the remainder will be beused beused bettsedto
used ttsedto to defray the funeral expenses expensesFriends expensesFriltlds expensesFricids
Friends of the dead President and oth others others othera ¬
ers interested in the th subject have been beenconsulted beenconsulted beetsconsulted
consulted and it is believed that the al allowance allowance allowance ¬
lowance thus made is not only liberal liberaland liberalaud liberaland
and reasonable hut will be entirely sat satisfactory satisfacltJr satisfacttry ¬
isfactory isfacltJr to all concerned Statements Statementsof
of all the expenses incurred were sub submitted submilled subimmitted ¬
milled to the committee and the amount Amountnamed amoumilimanmed I Inamed
named will cover all obligations ob1 gatons of the thegovernment lherovernment thegOerisnscm
government governmentPostponement rovernmentPoslpoacaleot
Postponement of the Fair FairSecretary FaIrSecretary FairSecretary
Secretary Hay has sent to the Senate Senatenig Senatea Senateletter
a letter stating time n imecessity cessity for postron postponmug
mug ing the Louisiana Purchase Exposition Expositionfrom Exposlt Exposmturolls l8n l8nfrom
from rolls 1903 z o to 1904
Inclosed Inclo ed with it was a letter from fromChairman fmChairman fmtitnChmuirmiman
Chairman Carter of the government governmentdent govermnenlcommission governmciiconmmmsjssjon
commission and a telegram from Presi President Presudent
dent Francis of the Exposition Com Company Company Coinpuny ¬
pany showing the necessity for fJ f the pct pctDonenient p04 pactDoneineumt t tDonement
Donenient Senator Cockrell had the let letread letleI letet
leI et read in the Senate and then offered offeredin
in amendment to the Sundry Civil Ap Apiropriation Aplropriation Apropriatjoim
iropriation bill now pending in the Sen Senate Sentte Senste ¬
ate providing for the postponement of ofihe ofhe oflme
he Exposition in accordance with the therequest therequest therequest
request The papers and amendment amendmentwere ulIendmentwerereferrctI
were werereferrctI referred to the Committee on Ap Appropriations Aproprittioll AprOpriationq ¬
propriations propriationsIn roprittioll roprittiollIn rOpriationqIn
In his telegram President Francis says saysprospective sayslrospective saysprospective
prospective exhibitors cannot call not construct constructnecessary constructnecessary constructnecessary
necessary buildings and install their cx exhibits cxhibits cxhmbmts ¬
hibits within ithLmm the time limit limitChairman limitChairman limitChairnman
Chairman Carters letter is in the same sametone sametone sametolle
tone and says abut 20000000 is to be bepent beIpent b bIvent
pent within the grounds groundsLadybug groun groundsLadybug s sLadrbug
Ladybug to Fight San Joie Jo Jos Scale ScaleThe ScaleThe ScabImc
The Imc Department of Agriculture is pre preparing prel1ring preparing ¬
paring to fight the ravages of the San Sanlose Sanrose SanFose
lose scale throughput the country with withUs withits withits
its natural enemy the ladybug brought broughtfrom broughtfrom broughtroom
from room the interior of China Assistant AssistantBotanist AssistantCotanist AssistantBotanist
Botanist Marlatte has just returned from fromhc fromhe fromlmc
hc Orient where he sought the original originalnome originalnome originalnommse
nome of the dreaded scale scale Far in in the theinterior thenterior timentcrior
interior of the latter country where Eu European European European ¬
ropean plants had not penetrated he hefound hefound liefound
found the scales and also Iso the ladybugs ladybugswhich ladybugswhich ladybugsmhiich
which kept the scales in subjection and andpermitted andpermitted andpermitted
permitted the native plants to flourish flourishC flourishMr flourishMr
Mr C Marlatte started t f fsupply home with a good goodsupply goodsupply
supply of If these ladybugs but only 16 16survived 16survhed Ifisurvived
survived cii arrival in this country conn try and andf4 amIf4
f4 of these subsequently died The two tworemaining tworemaining tworemaining
remaining however were nursed care carefully carefully carefully ¬
fully by the government with a view vie view to tofighting tofighting j
fighting the scale in the same manner manneras
as in China There now are 50 o of them themeqttiring themequiring timemeqtiiring
eqttiring the constant gathering of ofscales ofcales ofscales
scales from the department grounds for forfood forfo forfood
food fo d While hilc not expecting the scales to tobe tobe tobe
be exterminated from this country ex experts experts cxperts ¬
perts arc planning to attack them with withthe withthe withtime
the increasing breed of their natural ene cneAtcounta enemies enemica
mica
Accounts Reported Short ShortHarry SbortlIarr ShortHarry
Harry lIarr A Barrows disbursing clerk clerkof clerkof clerkof
of the United States Census Office Officewhose Officewhose Officewhose
whose home is at Berwyn Md several severalmiles severalmiles severalmiles
miles north of Washill Washington ton was sum summarily SUI1lmarily stunsmanly ¬
marily dismissed by Director Merriam Merriampending Merriampending Merriampending
pending an investigation into the thecondi thecondition condi condition condiLion ¬
tion of his books booksThis booksThis booksThis
This action followed a statement made
by Barrows in which he is said to have haveexisted have havetold havetold
told Dir Director ctor Merriam that a shortaRe shortaReexisted shortaFeexisted
existed which may reach 7000 While Whilethe Wlnlethe WhiletIme
the money was intrusted to his care it t is issaid isaid issaid
said aid he speculated with it met with re reverses reverses reverses ¬
verses and reached a point where he was wasunable waslIIable wastunable
unable to replace it or prevent the short shortage shortage shortage ¬
age being discovered discoveredRoot discoveredRoot discoveredRoot
Root bays Ihe Task Is Great GreatSecretary OreatSecretary threatSecretary
Secretary Root wrote to Senator Cul Culberson Cultcrsou Cuttersoii
berson an explanation of the reason why
the War Department thus far has made madeno madeno madeno
no response to the Senate resolution resolutionadopted resolutionadopted resolutionadopted
adopted April 17 calling for exact and
detailed statements of the cost of the thewar thetVtr timewar
war in the Philippines He will show showthat showthat
that from the moment the resolution wa wareceived was walreceived wasreceived
received every one of the supply bureaus bureaus3f bureausof bureausaf
3f the War Department has been en enjaged enaged engaged
aged in collctiiipf cotlctin material for the an aniwcr anmer aimiwer
iwcr The task tasl involved is said to be bei bei bea
i great one oneMexico onehlexlco asicMexIco
Mexico Refuses to Give Up grate KratiThe Krallfhe grateTime
The State Department has been noti notiicd nolied imotined
ned ed that the Mexican Government ha hafinally hat
finally refused the application of the theUnited theUnited timeUnited
United States Government for the sur surender surrender stirrender
render of Charles Kratz an excouncil excouncilnan excouncilman excounciiman
man of St Louis charged with bribery
fie has been held under arrest at Guana Guanaajara Guanalajara Guanalajara
lajara the Mexican Government having havingronsented haingonsented havingconsented
consented to his provisional detention detentionor detentionfor detentionfor
for or eight days pending consideration of ofhe ofhe oftime
time he reauestv reauest
THE T11EIMMENSITY T11EIMMENSITYOF IMMENSITY IMMENSITYOF
OF THE TRUST TRUSTSteel TIUSTSteel
Steel Corporation Produces Produces 45 Per Cent Centof Centof Centof
of Total Output OutputHAS OutputliAS OutputhAS
HAS AVERAGE A VERAGBOFi58 OF 158263 63 EMPLOYES EMPLOYESAccording EMPLOYES4ccordlul EMPLOVESkcCordlng
According to a Mr Schwabs Figures the Steel SteelProduction SteelProduclIon SteelProduction
Production of the Corporation Is More Tbao TbaoDouble Tba TbaDouble ThuDouble
Double That of Great Britain and MoreThac MoreThacSix More Tba TbaSix Thu ThuSix
Six Times as Large as That of France FrancePays FrancePays FrancePays
Pays Out Sl12SZI 112829198 > 198 In Annual Wales WojesNew WalesNew WagesNew
New York Special A report b bPresident bPresi 1 1President
President Presi ent Charles M 1 Schwab to the di directors directors directors
rectors of the United States Steel Cor Corporation Corporatiou Corporathoim ¬
poration shows that for the year er ended endec1March endecMarch endedMarch
March 31 1902 there were 13326705 13326705tons 1332670tons 1332670ltons
tons of ore mined that the quantity quantitycoke ol olcoke oJcoke
coke manufactured was 9079142 tons tonsand tonsand tonsand
and that the furnace product of tin tincorporation thecorporation tincorporation
corporation was 7152121 tons or 4 4per 4lcr 4f 4fper
per lcr cent of the total production of tin tinUnited thtUnited timeUnited
United States StatesThe StatesThe StatesTIme
The manufacturing cost of the stcc stccproperties stceproperties stecproperties
properties in the corporation for tIlt thtyear tIltrear timiyear
year aggregated 315662881 and of coke cokiproperties cokeproperties cokproperties
properties 12453346 IJ45334 The jllc gross earn earnings earnhIlts earnimmgs ¬
hIlts of the th transportation properties propertiesselling propertiessellinI propertiesselling
selling value was 29511012 a95 I 1012 operating operatinjexpenses operatlnexpenses operatingexpenses
expenses taxes and manufacturing cost costm6431ooo
16431006 The outlays for repairs repairsmaintenance repairsmaintenance repairs repairsnmaimmtenancc
maintenance and extraordinary rencwali rencwaliduring renewahduring renesvaitdtmrimmg
during the year were Steelmaking Steelmakingproperties Steelmakin8properties Steelniakingproperties
properties io2oS335 cokemaking cokemakingproperties cokemakinsproperties cokemakingproperties
properties 881763 transportation transportationproperties Iransportationproperties transportatiomiproyerties
properties properties 4451590 total 24541688 24541688The 24541688The 24545688I
The I lie average number of employes in inservice in inservice muservice
service during the year was 158203 and andthe andthe amidtIme
the total of wages paid was 112829198 fi1128z9198Following 112829198Following Ii28z9XpSFollowing
Following the meeting of directors it itivas itwas itwas
was stated that the syndicate which is to tounderwrite tounderwrite tounderwrite
underwrite the 250000000 of new e eJJCl cper eper
will receive stateJ stateJommission statcacommission
bonds a
per JJCl VCUl cent IJU11U3 will itwv v I Irommission
commission of 4 per cent not necessar necessarily necessarily necessarily ¬
ily on the whole issue nor solely upon uponhe uponhe uponlie
he 50000000 cash issue but upon the theactual theac timeactual
actual ac ual amount of bonds bought by the thesyndicate theiYndicate timesyndicate
syndicate In brief the syndicate syndicatepledges sndicateIedg syndicatepIedgs
pledges Iedg s itself to take up toooooooo ol olhe 01he oflie
he total issue It stands ready how however however however ¬
ever to purchase all time bonds not notbought notbought notought
bought by shareholders shareholdersAccording shareholdersAccording slmarehmoldcrsAccording
According to Mr Schwabs figures the thesteel theIteel timeuteel
steel production of the corporation is isnore is110re issore
sore than double that of Great Britain Britainind Britainmd Britainsod
sod more than six times as large as that thatf
f France He said the outlook for the thetrade thetrade timetrade
trade was never better than at present presentThe present presentfhe presentrime
The corporation he said is is doing a afood agood I Iood
food ood deal of export business but we weire weare weare
are really too busy at home to to do much muchibroad muchIbroad unucimubroad
ibroad ibroadCOURTMARTIAL IbroadCOURTARTIAL ubroadCOURTMARTiAL
COURTMARTIAL ON BATTLESHIP BATTLESHIPOfllceri BA BATTLEShIPOfficers TTlISItIP TTlISItIPDllleers
Ofllceri Arrested ArrestcuhlnVeclce In Venice to Be Tried on onihe onthe ccithe
the Illinois at Naples NaplesTrieste NspleTrleste NaplesTrieste
Trieste AustriaHungary By Cable CableThe CableThe CableThe
The United States cruiser Chicago ar arrived arrived arrised ¬
rived here at noon front Venice The Thelaual Themial Thematmal
laual mial exchange of salutes took place placeRome placeRome placeRome
Rome By Cable CablePrivate Private dispatch dispatches
ts from Venice say the Cruiser Chicago Chicagowill ChicagoIvill Cimicagowill
will proceed for Naples May 13 z and andhat andhat andluat
hat she will there be joined by the bat batleship batIeship battlesimip
leship Illinois the flagship of the United Unitedstates UnitedStates UnitedStates
states European Squadron on board of ofwhich 01Nhleh ofvlmiclu
which vessel the officers of the Chicago Chicagowho ChicagoNho Cimicagoarho
who were arrested and imprisoned in inVenice inVcnice inVenice
Venice will be tried by courtmartial courtmartialAnother courtmartialAnother courtmartialAnotimer
Another United States cruiser these thesedispatches theselispatches theseiispatcimes
dispatches lispatches further say is i expected to toirnve toIrrle toirruve
irnve at Venice shortly She will moor moorutsidc moorutside moortitSidc
> utsidc the St Mark dock dockHlown dockown dockIown
Hlown Iown own Up By natural ua uaMarion lIaMarion Ms MsMarion
Marion Ind nd C Special SpecialA A building buildingn
n South Branson street occupied by byanslers byi byansiers
i anslers drug dru store Rowans grocery groceryIohn grocef grocefjohn groceryjoimn
john Dildays saloon John Darnells sa saoon saoon saoon
oon and Hudson Otis restaurant was waslemolished waslemolhhed wasleimmohislmed
lemolished by natural gas just before beforeloon beforeloon beforemoon
loon injuring inj uring at least a score of persons personsi
I i number ntmnmberofwhmom of whom are badly injured injuredThe injuredThe injuredThe
The building was entirely demolished demolishedescaping demolishedEscaping demnolishiedEscapmmmg
escaping natural gas is is supposed to have haveaused haveaui haveatmaed
aused aui ed the explosion explosionCaiijbt eXllosionCauht explosionCaught
Caught In Boiling Slit SlitHarrisburg Sla SlaHarrisburg SlagHarrisburg
Harrisburg Pa Special SpcclalWord SpcclalWordwas Word Wordwas
was received here that one man Is dead deadthree deadthree leadthree
three probably fatally fatall injured and five fiveothers fivcothers fiveothers
others badly burned the result of the theboiling thehoiling timeboiling
boiling over of slag in one of the open openhearth openhearth olenhearth
hearth mills of the Pennsylvania Steel SteelWorks SteelWorls SteelVorhss
Works at Stcclton StccltonMRS SteeHQI1MRS StccltQnMflS
MRS E E1 R WILLIAMS WILLIAMSSpiritual WILLIAMSSpiritual WILLIAMSSpiritual
Spiritual and Business Medium Diag Diagnosing Diagnosmg flagnosing ¬
nosing diseases a specialty Test seance seanceTuesday seanceTucsday seanceTtmesday
Tuesday 8 P M At home daily 516 E Estreet EMreet Estreet
street near South Carolina ave S E EDANCING EDANCINC EDAJCINCS
DANCING DANCINGMISS DANCINCMISS DAJCINCSMISS
MISS LEONARDO Premiere Dansusse DansusseAcademic DanSU2SeAcademic DansuesoAcademica
Academic 1213 1 12th 2th St SL NW NWWlmodnusU NWWlmodau NWWimodnusbu
WlmodnusU Wlmodau 11i Club New York tWO antI nndonfoilurato antIConfedorato cundCommfoluratc
onfoilurato Veterans etet1ls Hull I lull Advanced Advanceduplls Atlnllcedpupils Advancedpupils
pupils > uplls and others meet overv lVlrr Friday Frlclnyveiling Fridayeoulng Fridayavoulng
veiling at rncontlons in Ciinfntleriita Ciinfntleriitactoruus CunCederntoVelerulls CommfederiutoVeterans
Veterans ctoruus Hull Dancing from 8UO to toUo
Uo 180 Invitations necessary MISS MISSLEONARDO MiSSLEONARDO IISH IISHLJoONARL
LEONARDO > O is Iho ho only r ruprtsentatiso ruprtsentatisohim mn > sontntivo
him 11 Washington of o NATIONAL ASSO AS803IATIGN ASSOClArI ASSOCIAr1O
ClArI 3IATIGN < i AIiutf Mauis > n of Dancing Protect Protectourselves PrutectyouIIelv011 lroteetyourselves
yourselves ourselves from Incompetent utid l1ul1ltUrII l1ul1ltUrIIto Icurn Icurno Icuristo
to o waltz properly
THE MUSCLE BEATERS BEATERSAre
Are made in imitation of the human humanhand humanhand hunmanhand
hand to make anyone anJone their tlle r own mas masseur masseur masSeur ¬
seur with instructions from the invent inventor inventlor ¬
lor or Prof John E Reubsam No 20 Third Thirdstreet Thirdstreet Thirdstreet
street N E By their use many pain painful painfuland painfist ¬
fist fuland and serious ailments muscular de deformities deformities deforomities ¬
formities of any joint rheumatism gout goutweak goutweak goutweak
weak chest and lungs obstruction of ofthe ofthe oftime
the digestive organs etc may ma be cured curedCall curedCall curedCall
Call on thet thetDoctor the Doctor and get his opinion opinionwhich opinionwhich opinionwlmlclm
which is is given given free of charge Office Officehours Officehours Officeimotirs
hours 89 A M 26 P M MTHE MliTHE M11TIIE
liTHE THE EDNA EDNASoveral EDNASoveral EDNASovoral
Soveral judges of what hnt a good cigar cigarought clgirought eltrought
ought to be have pronounced Tho Edna Ednatho EdnaIho Edniatho
tho best 5c 0 smoke In tho city Ity John B BBueohllng BDuechllug BBunching
Bunching Manufacturer 1650 Kramer KrameritreetNli Kram Kramnartroet r rtroet
itreetNli itreetNliCHILLS troet N E ECHILLS ECHILLS
CHILLS AND FEVER FEVERDont FEVERDont FEVERDont
Dont go on slinking with chills whoa whoaremedy WhODyou whetsyou
you can be cured by takIng the one dose dosltremotlr doseremedy
remedy kuown as nsWycltoffs asWyckoffa asWyckoffa
Wyckoffa Mnlario Mnlariof Mall11iolbo MalarloTime
Time cost f Is very little fifty cents centscompared centscompared
compared with tho certainty and luxury luxuryof
of getting rid of this distressing troublet troubloOet trouble4Jot
Jot It from your druggist or from the thltWYCKOn theWYCKOFF
WYCKOn MALARlO CO CO1t22
1422 Now York Are AreWashington AvoWns AveWashIngton
Washington Wns lngtou D C CSPECIALIST oSPECIALIST 0SPECIALIST
SPECIALIST IN EYE DISEASES DISEASESEye
Eye symptoms symptomsDo Do you have head headache headache headoaelme
ache Eycache Do your ollr eyes e eyes es water waterDo waterDo waterDo
Do they pain you Does print run to together together togethier ¬
gether Do things appear double or ormixed ormixed ormixed
mixed Do you see black or floating floatingspots floatmgspots floatingspots
spots If any of these symptoms are arepresent arcpresjnt arepresent
present you need attention Dr A H HLee HLee ITLee
Lee Room 218 Jenifer Building will willgive willgiveyou willgiveyou
give giveyou you advice and examine your eyes eyesfree eye eyefree eyesfree
free freeSTENOGRAPHY freeSTENOGRAPHY freeSTENOGRAPHY
STENOGRAPHY AND TYPE TYPEWRITING TYPEI TYPESWRITING
I WRITING WRITINGof
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of every description descriptiomudonc done properly and andwith andwith andwith
with dispatch by Miss Caroline G Bar Harrington Barrinston BarringtOn ¬
rington Room 31 3 Bliss Building No 3S 3SB 35D 3 3B
B street N W Telephone East 685 685WELLDRESSED 685WELLDRESSED 685WELLDRESSED
WELLDRESSED PRINTING PRINTINGThis
i This is the motto of Lippincott and andPumphrev andPumphrev andPumphrev
Pumphrev whose office is at 335 Pa Paave Paave Paave
ave S E I The very highest quality of olprinting ofI1rintll1g ofprinting
printing is IS guaranteed g aranteed at fair prices pricesBillheads prtcesDill pricesBiilhead
Billheads Dill heads envelopes lawbriefs cards cardscirculars cardsl cardslcirculars cardscirctmiars
circulars etc quickly delivered Semi Semipostal SeJ1t SeJ1tpostal Send Sendpostal
postal or call Lippincott and Pum Pumnhrcy Pumfhrey Punsimrey
nhrcy nhrcyHAVE fhreyI fhreyHAVE imrey imreyHAVEYOUASICK
HAVE HAVEYOUASICK I YOU AsicK A SICK TIRE TIREOne TIREOne TIREOne
One of those shortwinded ones thaq thaqcauses that thatcauses tlmatcauses
causes the rider rid r so much trouble and andmany andmilny andmany
many long walks If you have bring it itto itto itto
to Shores Tire TireHospitai Hospital Do not throw throwaway throWawayour throwaway
away awayour your old lire consult the Tire Doc Doctor Doctor Doetor ¬
tor first Tires you think absolutely absolutelyworthless absolutelyworthless absolutelyworthless
worthless can be placed in perfect condi condition condition condition ¬
tion All Tires neatly and promptly promptlyvulcanized promptlyvulcanized promptlyvulcanized
vulcanized at short notice by experts who whothoroughly WhDthoroughlyul1derstand wisiathoroughilyummderstand
thoroughly thoroughlyul1derstand understand repairing We usa usano us usno usano
no antileak whatever 411 work guar guaranteed gua guaolltud guaraitcd
anteed anteedNew olltudNew aitcdNew
New and secondhand secon hand tires for sale saleFRANK saleFRANK saleFRANK
FRANK SHORE
1017 New York Ave N W WFOUND WFOUND WFOUND
FOUND A MINIATURE MINIATUREArtist MINIATUREArtist MINIATUREArtist
Artist and teacher in figure and minia miniature nlinhture nmiriiature ¬
ture painting on porcelain and ivory ivoryPen ivoryPen ivoryPen
Pen work of the highest artistic order orderTinting orderTinting orderTimmtimug
Tinting and engraving gold New method meth method nmetiiol ¬
od of raised gold figures which i irich it itrich is isrich
rich high and lasting Samples of art artwork artwork artwork
work are on exhibition at studio which whichthe whichthc whichtime
the public is cordially invited to visit visitTerms visitTerms visitTernus
Terms for 12 lessons of 2i 20 o hours each eachc ellchcn cads cadscci
c cn china 1300 13001 on ivory 1400 Pri Private Priate Private ¬
vate ate lessons 100 an hour Per day da from fromA
9 A M to 4 P M M9 300 oo Miniature oil oilespecially oilespecially oilespecially
especially for flesh painting on porcelain porcelainard porcelainard porcelainard
ard china 54 02 bottle 35C per dozen dozen3OO
300 Orders filled promptly on short shortnotice shqrtnotice slmortnotice
notice One more china kiln for sale
2500 200 Studio 122 D street N W WOR WDR WOR
OR W DJABAMORE DJABAMOREDENTAL D DINARAMOREJ DINARAMOREJDENTAL NARAMORE NARAMOREDENTAL
DENTAL SUBeEOH JOS 905 H Street N NE NEls L LIn E EIs
In offering exceptionally low terms foi foifor foeHO
80 days ays unll guarantees all opcrtltlont opcrtltlontfor
for eight olghtears years Vhlto hulto fillings 50o and and75o ari
750 Gold fillings 100 up Set of oftooth oftuoth oftooth
tooth beat fit guaranteed 500 > 00 Paiu Paiuleas Palllles8 PaInless
leas extraction SOo Crown and IIn bridge brldgoirork brldgwork bridgeork
work ork at t reduced prices prlc s Open evening eveningALFRED nenlngwALFRED eyenlngsALFRED
ALFRED H IITERRY IITERRYClairvoyant TERRY TERRYClairvoyant TERRYClairvoyant
Clairvoyant and Claraudient gIve jrlyaaday gIveroadlllRsdally giyearoadhisge
roadlllRsdally roadhisge daily ll1stscaneo 1 eat seance on WellnNI WellnN WeUneaday
day evenings at 8 oclock and on Friday Fridayafternoon rId1
I afternoon temon at Q 3 oclock at 181 C street streetN stJoeeNE
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