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12 FRIDAY JUNE I 5 1908 1908I
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fit t home this fact is true trueyou you want wantto wantto wantto
to be well dressed dressedand and at the min minimum minimum mm mmimum ¬
imum expense You can save saveenough saveenough saveenough
enough money on your clothes here hereto hereto hereto
to pay for a nice trip tripThe tripThe tripThe
The straw hat sale is still boom booming booming booming ¬
ing
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360 and 3 Straw Hats Hats185 185
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or low cuts but for this week weekonly weekonly weekonly
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cool comfortable open car and andbrcntlic andbrentlll andbreathe
brcntlic the pure country air nirwithout nlr1thout airwithout
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and very strengthening strengtheningGOLDEBCO strengtheningGOLDEN strengtheningGOLDEN
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and as a Surl011 Dressing and fs a Deodorant DeodonmtThe DeodorantThe
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RULEAGAINSTLlfiUOR RULEAGAINSTLlfiUORGood RULE AGAINST LIQUOR LIQUORGoot
Good Templars Adopt Reso JResolutioiis Resolntions Resolutiolis
lutioiis Alter DebatePART DebatePART Debate DebatePART
PART OF OFFICIAL REPORT REPORTGuy REPORTGU REPORTGuy
GU Guy Haylcr H1 ler International Electoral ElectoralSuperintendent ElectornlSUlerhatcnlcnt ElectoralSuperintendent
Superintendent DIHCIIKMCM QlIC QlICtlonElIllcrnnto Qucs QucstlonEaieranto < uc uction
tion tlonElIllcrnnto Esperanto to DC Taught in inLotlgca InLodge
Lodge So International BunlncdK BunlncdKCan DUlllneslGnn fluslncaiCan
Can DC Speedily Expedited ExpeditedResolutions EXllcdltedResolutions ExpeditedResolutions
Resolutions denouncing the liquor traffic trafficas trafficrut trameas
as a covenant with sin and death and andUrging andUrging andUrging
Urging total prohibition of the manufac manufacture mnnutacI nianutacturo ¬
I ture importation and sale of Intoxicating Intoxicatingdrinks IntoxlcaUngII intoxicatingdr1nks
II drinks were unanimously unonlmousl adopted by the thedelegates thedolegates thedelegates
delegates to the international convention conventionof
of Good Templars in session at the thePythian thep thePythian
Pythian p thlan Temple lust night nightTho nls11tThe nightThe
The resolutions were presented as part partof partor partof
of the first triennial report of the inter international International Intertuitional ¬
national electoral superintendent Guy GuyHaylor GuylIaler Guy1laylor
Haylor and were adopted only after do debate dobato dobate ¬
bate lasting during tho entire afternoon afternoonand atternoonand afternoonand
and night sessions sessionsIn sassionsIn sessionsIn
In presenting his report tho electoral electoralsuperintendent electoralsuperlntondent electoralsuperintendent
superintendent said Tho liquor traffic trafficis
is the greatest curse of humanity human It cast castIng castIn casting
Ing In its blight upon homo life destroying destroyingmanhood destrolngmanhood destroyingmanhood
manhood hindering church and school schoolwork schoolwork schoolwork
work impeding commerce corrupting nil nilforms nIlforms nilforms
forms of government and paralyzing our ourfree ourrroo ourfree
free institutions The Theonl only correct atti attitude attitude attitude ¬
tude of all good citizens toward this thishugo thishugo thishugo
hugo iniquity InIqult should be ono of uncompro uncompromising uncompromising uncompromising ¬
mising hostility hosUIIl until it is suppressed suppressedMeet suppressedIectrc suppressedMeets
Meet Iectrc Again Thin Morning MorningBut JlornlngBut MorningBut
But little other matters of business businesswere buslncs8were businesswere
were considered during the evening sos session sosslon sossion ¬
sion other than tho adoption of tho re report report report ¬
port of tho temperance legislation com committee commItteo cornmittee ¬
mittee At 10 oclock the session ad adjourned adjourned adjourned ¬
journed to meet again this morning at
930 oclock oclockActing oclockActing oclockActing
Acting upon tho recommendation of ofEdward otEdward ofEdward
Edward Wavrlnski international chief chieftemplar chloCtemplar chieftemplar
templar the committee on literature pro proposed proposed proposed ¬
posed In Its report submitted yesterday yesterdaymorning yesterdaymorning osterda osterdamorning
morning to have the study of Esperanto Esperantomade Esperantomade Esperantomade
made a part of tho course of study stud of all alllodges allodges a alodges
lodges of the organization The report reportwas reportwas reportwas
was adopted after little discussion discussionThe dl diecussionThe cusslon cusslonThe
The reason given for adopting Es Esperanto Esperanto Esperanto ¬
peranto was that it will enable all future futureinternational futureInternational futureinternational
international gatherings of the Good GoodTemplars GoodTemplars GoodTemplars
Templars to transact business in a uni uniform unlCorm uniform ¬
form language In approving the action actiontrJten actiontfken actiontrken
trJten by the delegates air Wavrlnski Wavrlnskithe Wavrlnskithe Vavrlnsldthe
the presiding officer said I think we weare weare weare
are taking a step In tho right direction by byadopting byadopting byadopting
adopting this universal language for our ourorder ourorder ourorder
order Esperanto Is an International lan language language language ¬
guage and this organization Is an Inter International intornatIonal tutornational ¬
national body bod therefore It Is only fair fairwo tnlrWe fairWO
wo should adopt It giving all our morn ¬
bers the same chance chanceIt chanceIt It ItIt
It Is tho purpose of tho International Internationalchief Intornnt1onn1chief Internationalchief
chief templar to give the password of ofthe otthe ofthe
the International Order of Good Templars Templarsin T mplars mplarsIn
in Esperanto hereafter hereafterWants horoattornnts hereafterWants
Wants nnts International Magazine MagazineShortly MagazineShortly 1IonzlneShortly
Shortly before the morning session ad adjourned adjourned adjourned ¬
journed J H Hopkins of Birmingham BirminghamEngland BirminghamEngland BirminghamEngland
England presented a brief roport as aschairman aschairman aschairman
chairman of the committee on Juvenile Juvenilework juvenilework juvenilework
work He reported flourlshlng fiourlshlngAondltions fiourlshlngAondltionsand condltlons condltlonsand
and recommended that an International Internationalchildrens Intornatlonalchildrens Internationalchildrens
childrens magazine bo published in soy several 8C 8Ceral soyera ¬
eral era languages languagesNo
No action has yet ot boon taken by b tho thospecial thospecial thespecial
special committee appointed to determine determinewhich determinewhich determinewhich
which of the rival factions in tho Dis District District District ¬
trict is acting within the law While WhU un unconflned unconfined unconfined
confined it was said yesterday the grand grandexecutive grandoxoc grandoxoetitivo
executive oxoc tvo committee recently voted to toplace toplace toplace
place the territory and resources of the theGrand thoGrand theGrand
Grand Lodgo of the District of Columbia Columbiaunder Columbiaunder Columbiaunder
under the direct administration of the theNational theNational theNational
National Grand Lodge until tho annual annualsession annualsetslon annualsession
session In December DecemberThe DecemberTh DecemberThe
The Th delegates to the convention will be bothe bethe bethe
the guests of tho local Good Templars Templarson
on an excursion to Mount Vornon to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow Monday they will bo received by byPresident byPresident byPresident
President Roosevelt Roo eelt at 2 oclock In the thoafternoon theaftrnoon theafternoon
afternoon The rest of the day will bo bospent bospent bespent
spent sightseeing and Monday evening eveninga
a 0 banquet will be tendered them by the tholocal thelocal thelocal
local lodges at the Driscoll Hotel HotelWANTED HotelWANTED HotelWA3TED
WANTED BY BOSTON POLICE POLICEWoman POLICEVonl POLICEWoman
Woman Vonl n Hold for Trying TrII1 to Palm PalmDiamond PalmDlamont1 PalmDlzuuontl
Diamond Indicted In Hal City CityCapt CityCapt CityCapt
Capt Boardman chief of detectives and andacting nndacting andacting
acting superintendent of police I > ollco yesterday yesterdayreceived yesterdayrecelyed yesterdayreceived
received a letter from tho chief of police policeof poll policeof co coof
of Boston Mass saying that the woman womanconvicted womat womatconvicted womanconvicted
convicted of vagrancy several days ago agounder agounder agounder
under tho name of Mrs Paul Matchetto MatchettoIs
Is wanted In Boston for the larceny larcen of a adiamond adiamond adiamond
diamond valued at 750 750A 750A oO oOA
A warrant arrant for Or her arrest was W 3 sent and andextradition nndextradition andextradition
extradition papers will be forwarded the thofirst tJlefirst thefirst
first of next week weekChief weekChic weekChief
Chief Pierce said In his letter that tho thowoman thowoman thewoman
woman who is now in tho workhouse Is Isknown Isknown isknown
known In Boston as Lee Fltzhugh Fltz ugh alias aliasEthel aliasEthel aliasEthel
Ethel Matchctte alias Sullivan Sho was wastfidlcted was1ildIcted wasThdlcted
tfidlcted by the grand Jury jur this week and andtho andtho andthe
tho bill Is returnable Saturday She is ischarged Ischarged ischarged
charged with taking a diamond valued valuedat valuedat aluednt
at 750 oO from Thomas Long Co dia diamond diamond diamond ¬
mond dealers at 39 and 41 Summer street streeton streeton streeton
on May 9 A picture sent by the Wash Washington Washington VnshdepartI ¬
ington department departI 1ent was identified by b tho thodiamond thodiamond thodiamond
diamond dealers as that of the woman womanknown womanlmown womanknown
known to them as Lee Fltzhugh who whostolo whostolo whostolo
stolo tho diamond diamondEthel diamondEthel diamondEthel
Ethel Matchette or Silver as she Is Isknown 15known Isknown
known to tho local police was arrested arrestedlast arrestedInst arrestedlast
last week by Central Office Detectives DetectivesPratt DetectivesPratt DetectivesPratt
Pratt and Parham after she had failed In Inan 1nnn Inan
an attempt to palm a valuable diamond diamondring diamondring diamondring
ring in an fl F street Jewelry store Two Twomen Twomen Twomen
men giving their names as Matchctte Matchctteher lfatchetteher Matchetteher
her husband and Fred Hamilton a afriend arrlend afriend
friend wore arrested at the same time timeHOME timeHOME timeEOME
HOME FOR OLD SOLDIERS SOLBIEESPrcnldent SOLDIERSPrellident SOLDIERSPresident
President Asked to Provide for Vet Veteran VeteranM et etcranlC ¬
eran cranlC of Potomac DepartmentTudgo DepartmentJudge Department DepartmentJudge
Judge Ivory G Kimball has requested requestedtho requ requestedthe sted stedtho
tho President to have the government fur furnish furnish furnish ¬
nish quarters In this city for tho De Department Department Dopartmont ¬
partment of the Potomac Grand Army Armyof Armyot Armyof
of the u Republic RepublicTho RepublicTho RepublicThe
Tho old soldiers arc re dying off so rapidly rapidlythat rapidlythat rapidlythat
that It Is difficult for them to meet the theexpenses theexpcnscs theexpenses
expenses of maintaining a hall and Judge JudgeKlmball JUdgoKimball JudgeKimball
Kimball a former commander of tho de department deI ¬
I partment and present acting commander commanderInformed commnnderInformed commanderinformed
Informed tho President that many of the theStates theStutes theStates
States havo already taKen tho matter up upand upand upand
and In somo cases havo provided quarters quartersfor qunrtemror tuartcrafor
for tho old soldiers soldiersPresident soldiersPresident soldiersPresident
President Roosevelt Informed Judge JudgeKlmball JudgeKimball TudgeKimball
Kimball that he would1 woul look Into the mat matter matter matter ¬
ter It hog been suggested su mested that the old oldSixth oldSixth oldSixth
Sixth street station be made use of ofTho otTho ofThe
Tho Setting for the WeddIng Wedding
Floral loral decorations by Gude 1214 P are oreartistic areartistic areartistic
artistic effective beautiful Consult Consult onault him himSteals himStenls himSteals
Steals His Stock In Trade TradeA TradeA TradeA
A thief who tho police believe con contemplates COntemplates contemplates ¬
templates startIng a shoeshine parlor parlorbroke parlorbroke parlorbroke
broke tho window In the shoe shop of ofCharles otCharles ofCharles
Charles P Nichols at 1078 Wisconsin ave avenue avenuo ayeflue ¬
flue northwest early yesterday morning morningand morningnnd morningand
and stol0 a quantity of shoe polish valued valuedat valuedat valuedat
at 520 20 Several brushes and rags were werealso werealso werealso
also taken and the thief Is now equipped
to start business as a shine
PLACES OF INTEREST INTERESTLlbrsuy
Llbrsuy ot Conercss Con ConreaOpen Open 3 a L ra to t110 10 p m on oniccuUr onCaltar Onscojlar
iccuUr days from 2 p m to 10 p Po m c on Sunday Sundaylud Sundapand Sundarssad
and on certain holidays holidaysPublic ho1J hoUdaysPublic ap apPublic
Public LibraryOptm 9 a m to 9 p m holiday boUtb
10 a m to 10 p m Sundays 2 to 10 p m mExtcutho mExrcuthe mExecutiTo
Extcutho MansionOpen 10 A m to 2 p m mUnited mUnltd 52United
United States CapitolOpen 9 a m to 130 p Po m anUnlt inUnited j jUnited
United Unlt d States TreasuryOpen 9 a m to 2 p Po m mState mStt inState
State Stt War Vsr and Nary Nn Departments Dpertmentopan Open 9 a In mto Intl into
to tl 2 p m The original or nd Declaration of Indepcnd Independence Indepcndraco Indepcndtaco ¬
taco I Is In the library of the SUte Department DepartmentUnhcd Dep2rtmenttnllcd Departmenttnltcd
Unhcd States Patent OflloeOpen Ot1l Open 9 a L m to 2 2V 2United Im Ilnltod
V m mtnl1OO
United States Pension BureauOpen u uopen 9 a m to 1 1p 1pm 4p
p pm pmUnitt m mUnited inUnited
United < States Postofflcc lostomceOpen Open 9 J a m to 2 p m mWashington mWaahlndon inWashington
Washington City FwtrofflwOpen all hours The TinDead TheDud TheDead
Dead Letter Onlco O len is in the city postofflce postofflceNational postomceNaUoual poitofIkeNaUoual
NaUoual Botanic GardensOpen 8 a m to 5pm 5pmFuh 5 P m mo inFuli
Fuh o h Commission ColUmwlonO ConimluionOpen Open n 9 a L m to 130 J > p Po In mAmy InArmy inArmy
Army Medical lIedicalllweumOpcn MuseumOpen 9 a m to 430 30 p ml mlNational m m1llIond inlaUonal
National MuseumOpen 9 a m to 430 30 p Po m In Ineluding Indudlnl inchiding
eluding holidays holidaysSmithsonian ho1ldArsSmithsonian holidaysSmithsonian
Smithsonian InstltuL InsUt t nopen 9 a m to 430 30 p pm Pi pin
i m Including holidays holidaysAericultnral 11011 liolidarsAgricultural al ali
i Agricultural Dep neVlrtmmtopen rtmentOpen 9 a m to 130 p Po m mBureau mI inBureau
I Bureau uUI1U of Ensratlag and PrintingOpen 9 a ra rato Illto into
to 230 2 p m mWashineton mWAahindon inWashington
Washington Monument 555H 5l 55l ffi f feet t In helhtOpen bet htopeD
830 a m to 130 p Po m Elevator run runs from 9 a m muntil munUJ inuntil
until 1 p m mCorcoran ml mlC9fconsn inCercoran
Corcoran Gallery Oal1et of ArtOpen ArtO 930 a ra to i p pm Pm pin
m in winter 9arntoipinin 9 a m to I p m in summer s mmer Hun Hunday Bundl3al3Q Sundayel
day dl3al3Q dayel 130 p m to 5 p m excepting OX pUllg In mld mldwn mldwnmer suin suinme um ummor
mor me Admission AdmlS lon free on Tuesdays Thursdays Sat Saturdays Satourdays Satunisys ¬
urdays and Sundays other days 25c admission admissionGoTcmment admissionGOTcmment adinisitonGoycrziment
GoTcmment Printing Office omcoOpen Open 10 a m to 2 2p 2pm 2p
p pm pmNaT1 m mNary
Nary niNaiy YardOpen 9 a m to 530 ffi p In mSouthworth InSouthUorth inSouthworth
Southworth Cottage 36th st It and Prospect aye anuIN aTaIN ayeIN
IN THE SUBURBS SUBURBSZoological SU SUBURBSZoololea1 UR S SZ00loileA1
Zoological Park PukOpen Open all day dayRock da1noel dayRock
Rock Creek Bridge rldle and Park ParkClifcty PukCbfJT1 earLClioyy
Clifcty Chase Kensington and Chesapeake Beach BeachNatal n nNaTal Beachnaval
Natal Observatory ObsenatorJOpon Open 9 a m to 3 p m mMoant mMOJnt inMnt
Moant Vcmon the home h mo and tomb of Washing Washington WuhlDatonOpcu WaihingtonOpen ¬
ton tonOpcu Open 11 a L m to 4 p Po m mArlington mArll inArlington
Arlington Arll ton National Cemetery CemttcrrOpen Open all day dayFort da1Fort dayFort
Fort Mycr l1tr Military IWy Post PostFalls PestFalls I I10aUa
Falls Church and Fairfax Court House HouseUnited BorneUnited I IUnIted
I Ilun
United State Stat Solders Home RomeOpen Open 9 a am m to tosunset toeunset
sunset sunsetCathedral lun eunsetCathedral
lunCathedral Cathedral Grounds Tennallytorra T roadOpen 8 8a aL Sa
a L m to 6 p m mCabin mCabin inCabin
Cabin John Bridge r4die Catholic University UnJTcnI and andAlexandria andAlexandria antiAlexandria
Alexandria AlexandriaGreat AlexandriaGreat AlexandriaGreat
Great Falls of the Potomac PotomacDISTRICT POtOInIIoDISTRICT PotomacDISTRICT
DISTRICT MOVING DAY SET SETXevr SETew SETNeu
Xevr ew Municipal Building Dulldln to De Oc Occupied Oceuplell Occupicil ¬
cupied on July 0 0Moving OMoving 0Moving
Moving day for tho District govern government government governmont ¬
ment and its employes has been an announced announced anflounced ¬
nounced as on Monday July Tul 6 On and andafter andafter andafter
after that day da all District business will willbo willbe xviiiho
bo transacted tran ctod In tho now Municipal MunicipalBuilding MunicIpalBuilding MunicipalBuilding
Building at Fourteenth street and Penn Pennsylvania Ponnslvanla Pennsylvania ¬
sylvania avenue avenueCommissioner aOl1lOommlssloner avenueCommissioner
Commissioner ommlssloner West said yesterday esterdaO that thathe thatlac thatlie
he will recommend that the District DistrictBuilding DistrictBuilding DistrictBuiding
Building be closed to the public after afternoon aftornoon afternoon
noon on July 1 2 and 3 in order that tho thoclerks thoclerks theclerks
clerks may maO remove tho thousands of rec records records recorda ¬
ords and papers which must be care carefully carerullO carefully ¬
fully carried to the new home and ar arranged arrangod arranged ¬
ranged In their properly classified places placesthat placesthat placesthat
that there be no Interruption In tho work workof workot workof
of the District business businessThe businessTho businessThe
The furniture and equipment committee committeefor committeefor committeefor
for the now building consisting of W WC V VC VC
C Allen electrical engineer and Marlon MarlonHargrove MarlonHargroye MarionHargrova
Hargrove property clerk are hard at atwork atwork atwork
work arranging desks and file cases In Intho Intho inthe
tho building Practically all the furni furniture rurnlture furniture ¬
ture will 111 bo new In order that it bo In Inkeeping InJteeplng Inkeeping
keeping with Its surroundings surroundingsJIM surroundingsJIM surroundingsJIM
JIM CROW LAW UPHELD
Dlntrlct Court Recognizes the Vir Virginia Virguild Ir Irglnh ¬
guild Statute StatuteA
A suit brought against the Groat Falls Fallsand Fallsand Fallsand
and Old Dominion Railroad Company by byAgnes byAgnes byAgnes
Agnes Carver colored was decided In Infavor InCayor Infavor
favor of o the defendant yesterday In Cir Circuit Circuit Circult ¬
cuit Court No 2 before Justice Ander Anderson Anderson Andorson ¬
son after tho Jury had been out two twohours twohours twohours
hours hoursIt hoursIt hoursIt
It was as alleged by b the plaintiff that In InAugust 1nAugust inAugust
August 1906 while on a car bound for forLivingston forLivingston forLivingston
Livingston Heights Va she was re requested roquostOd requostod ¬
quostOd by the t o conductor to leave the theseat thoGoat theseat
seat sho was occupying and take takeat one oneat oneat
at tho rear of the car behind all U the thewhlto thewhlto theivhite
whlto passengers on the ground gr und that thattho thattho thatthe
tho Virginia law compels negroes to ride rideback rideback rideback
back of the whites in all cars carsUpon carsUpon carsUpon
Upon her refusal she was arrested and anddetained anddetained anddetained
detained for several hours at Rosslyn RosslynIt RosslnIt
It is said that this verdict is the first firstIn firstIn firstin
In the District Involving tho Jim crow crowlaw crowlaw crowlaw
law where the award has been made to tothe tothe tothe
the defendant defendantCUT defendautCUT defendantCUT
CUT PRICES OF LOBSTERS LOBSTERSComnilnnloncr LOBSTERSCommllllll LOBSTERSCommleaioner
Comnilnnloncr Commllllll ner Bowers Says Sn Culture CultureLopped CultureLopped CultureLopped
Lopped Fifty Flft Cents Ceni Off Each EachLobsters EachLobsters EachLobsters
Lobsters have been reduced over 50 50cents 50conts SOcents
cents In price on account of the propa propagation propagation propagation ¬
gation work done by b tho Fish Commis Commission Commission ¬ I Islon
sion according to Commissioner George GeorgeM
M Bowers who has Just returned from fromthe tromthe fromthe
the government hatcheries along the thoMaino theMaino theMaine
Maino coast coastWo coastWe coastWe
We propagated 110000000 lobsters and andturned andturncd andturned
turned them loose at the Booth Bay BayHarbor Ba BaHarbor BayHarbor
Harbor Hatchery In Maine during tho thopast thoP85t thepast
past year ear said s ld Mr Bowers We be began began began ¬
gan the propagation of lobsters four fouryears touryears fouryears
years ago when tho catches were dimin diminishing diminIshing diniinishing ¬
ishing and have annually a nually increased tho thonumber thonumber thenumber
number of o lobsters turned loose to ma mature mature maturo ¬
ture tureI
tureIn
In Boston where I stopped on my myway mOI myway
I
way back I went through several fish fishmarkets fishmarkets fishmarkets
I markets and found that tho price of oflobsters otlobstors oflobsters
lobsters ranged from 9 to 14 cents Four Fouryears Fouryears Fouryears
years ago when we began to propagate propagatethe propagatethe propagatethe
the price ranged from 22 to 50 cents centsand centsand centsand
and was gradually increasing on ac account account account ¬
count of tho decreased catches catchesFlowers catchesFlowerlC catchesFlescers
Flowers for Your Graduate Frlcnrte FrlcnrteShaffers Frleu1aShatters FrIeniShaffers
Shaffers prices are reasonable 14tl ct I IAmphlon IAmphlon IAmphion
Amphlon Glee Club Banqueted BanquetedThe DanquetedThe BanquctedThe
The sixteenth annual banquet for tho thoInstallation thoInstallation theInstallation
Installation of officers of the Amphlon AmphlonGleo AmphlonGleo AmphionGlee
Gleo Club was hold last night at Walkers Walkerscafe Walkerscafe ValkorscaCo
cafe and there was a largo attendance attendanceTho attendanceTho attendanceThe
Tho banquet was preceded by a 0 pro programme programme programme ¬
gramme of speeches and music The offi officers officers 0111cern ¬
cers for the ensuing year are as follows followsJ
J Jo H Washington president G H Jeffer Jefferson Jefferson Tetrerson ¬
son vice president C S Beale secretary secretaryCharles secretaryCharles secretaryCharles
Charles H Champ treasurer tre surer I T Hardy Hardylibrarian Hardylibrarian Hardylibrarian
librarian Prof J Henry Lewis manager managerand managerand managerand
and musical director directorAll directorAU directorAll
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MEMBER OF MANY SOCIETIES SOCIETIESDorn
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Found More Iore Than One Patriotic PatrioticOrjrruiUntlou PatrioticOrnnizntlonOnc PatrioticOrganizationOne
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Aflsoclailon ASlloelotloulunerol Funeral Tomorrow ToniorrorrMiss TomorrowlUss TonxorroyvMiss
Miss Susan Riviere Hctzel widely widelyknown widelyknown widelyknown
known as one of the organizers of tho thoDaughters thoDaughters thoDaughters
Daughters of the American Revolution Revolutionand RevoluUonand Revolutionand
and other patriotic societies died yester yesterday yes yostorday tor tordn ¬
day dn morning at 1030 oclock after an ill illness illness illness ¬
ness of four months duration durationDeath durntlonDeath durationDeath
Death was duo to a complication of dis diseases diseases discases ¬
eases following toll owing an attack of pneumonia pneumoniaMiss pnoumonlaMIs3 pneumoniaMiss
Miss Hetzel was taken ill at her home
1538 T street northwest early In Fob February Fobruaryo Fobruary ¬
ruary Later she was removed removcl to Mont Montpoller Montpelier Montpclier
poller Manor the cpuntry home of her hersister hersister hersister
sister Mrs Edmund Pendloton at atLaurel atLaurel atLaurel
Laurel Md A relapse necessitated her herremoval herremoval hoeremoval
removal to a private sanatorium In this thiscity thIsclt thiscity
city clt
cityMiss
Miss Hetzel was tho daughter of Capt CaptA CaptA CaptA
A Riviere Hetzel and of his wife nee neeMiss neeMiss necMiss
Miss Margaret Jack Her brother the thelate theInte thelate
late Judge Seldon Hetzel was graduated graduatedfrom graduatedCrom graduatedfrom
from West Point but abandoned an anarmy anarmy anarmy
army career to enter the law She is issurvived Issurvived issurtived
survived by her sister Mrs Edmund EdmundPendloton EdmundPendleton EdmundPcndloton
Pendloton
Native of Washington WashingtonBorn lVaohha WashingtonBorn ton tonBorn
Born In Washington Miss Hotzol Hotzolpassed Hetzolpassed Hctzelpassed
passed all her life In tho National Capi Capital Capital Capital ¬
tal Her private life was associated with withtho withtho withth
tho th group that have come to be known knownas knownas knownas
as old Washingtonians and hor mind was wasfilled wasfilled wasfilled
filled with the traditions of social life at atthe attho atthe
the Capital The work and interest Intor St f fher ther fher
her later years were In the societies societieswhioh societieswhloh societieswhioh
whioh she helped to found and with withwhich withwhich withwhich
which she was actively actlvol associated associatedShe n associatedShe eoclated eoclatedShe
She was number 13 of the charter mom members mombers mornhers ¬
bers of the Daughters of tho American AmericanRevolution AmorlcanRevolution AmericanRevolution
Revolution numbering now over 5IW4 5IW4She 5tOOGSilo 50000She
She was ttio U ilf associate of Mrs Hetzel Hetzelwho Hotzelwho Metzolwho
who originated the Mary Iary Washington As Association Association Assedation ¬
sociation and carried to successful com completion completion cornpletion ¬
pletion the patriotic purpose purpo o of rescuing rescuingthe rescuIngthe rescuingthe
the grave of the mother of Washington Washingtonfrom Washingtonfrom ashlngtonfrom
from tho auctioneers hammer and of ofbuilding ofbuildIng ofbuilding
building a suitable monument to her hermemory hermemooo hermemory
memory memoryMiss memoooIIS8 memoryMiss
Miss IIS8 Hotzel was one of the founders foundersand Coundersand foundersand
and registrar gl5trar of o the Guadalupe Club an anassociation anassoclntion anassociation
association of the Daughters of Heroes Heroesof Heroesot Heroesof
of the War with Mexico She was a mem member member mernbtr ¬
ber of the Colonial Dames Dtmoso of Virginia Virginiasho VirginIasho Virginiftshe
sho organized and founded the Mount Iount Ver Vernon Vernon Vernon
non Chapter In Alexandria of tho Daugh Daughters Daughters Daughtars ¬
ters of tho American Revolution and andwaa andwas andwas
was Its first regent and sho was national n3tlo al
registrar of tho children s branch of 1 1D the theD theD
D A R RShe RShc RShe
She was registrar genera of tho Daugh Daughters Daughters Daughters ¬
ters of the American Revolution in IMS IMS1SSO 1JtSSIO
1SSO SIO and ItO and historian general in
1906 19 1500 and she wrote the story of the build buildIng buildIng building
Ing of the Mary Mal Washington monument monumentIlcvlncil monumentItcecl monumentItceised
Ilcvlncil Lineage Volume VolumeThe VolnmeThe olume olumeThe
The National Society of the Daughters Daughtersof
of the American Revolution at their theirtwelfth tholrtwclCth theirtwelfth
twelfth continental congress placed the therevision tberedslon therevision
revision of tho first volume of the lineage lineagebook Itne lineagebook le lebook
book In her hands this difficult and andtechnical andtechnical andtechnical
technical work proving a monument to toher tober tohoe
her ability abilityFuneral abilityFuneral
Funeral 1 < uneral services will be h hld ld tomorrow tomorrowafternoon tomorrowafternoon tomorrowafternoon
afternoon at 3 oclock at St Johns JohnsEpiscopal JohnsEpiscopal TohnsEp1s
Episcopal Ep1s < oPAl Church where fifteen pews pewshave pewshave pewshave
have been reserved for tho arious so societies 80cletlos socletics ¬
cieties of which Miss Hotzel was as a mem member membore membor ¬
bore Interment will be private at Arling Arlington Arlington Arlington ¬
ton Cemetery CemeteryLAND CemeteryLAND CemeteryLAND
LAND OFFICE REORGANIZED REOBGANIZEDNCTT
New Places Created as Result of ofExamination ofExamination ofExamination
Examination of Systems SystemsMany SstemsMan SystemsMany
Many Man important changes have taken takenplace takenplace takenplace
place In the General Land Office this thisweek thIsvoek thinweek
week under the direction of Commis Commissioner Commissioner ComnilssIoner ¬
sioner Fred Dennett following the spe special special spodat ¬
cial examinations In this and other offices officesIn officsIn officesin
In the Department of the Interior last lastsummer lastsumnror lastsummer
summer by a 0 force of expert accountants accountantsengaged accountantsengaged accountantsengaged
engaged by Secretary Garfield GarfieldAll GarfieldAU GarfieldAll
All tho changes are in the nature of a areorganization areorganization areorganization
reorganization of the land office forces forcesaccording forcesaccording forcesaccording
according to modern business Ideas IdeasThree IdeMoThree IdeasThree
Three new departments have been cre created create crcated ¬
ated ate by the reorganization Ono Is under underthe undurthe underthe
the chief clerk which office Is held by byFrank byFrank byFrank
Frank Bond the duties of which Include Includetho In Inhludethe lude ludethe
the keeping of all records and the prep preparation preparation preparation ¬
aration of maps The second branch Is Istho Istho Isthe
tho field work and Is In charge of H H HSwartz HSwartz HSweets
Swartz Tho third and most Important Importantbranch Importantbr importantbranch
branch br nch under un or tho new regime Is the ad adjudicating adjudicating adjudicating ¬
judicating branch which has been placed placedunder placedunder placedunder
under C B Uckor UckerWILL UckorWILL UckorWILL
WILL PRESENT A PETITION PETITIONArmy PETITIONArmy PETITIONArmy
Army nnd Navy Xn Garrisons Will Seek ScclcReinstatement SeckReinstatement SeekReinstatement
Reinstatement ReinstatementIt
It Is expected the mass meeting to be beheld beheld beheld
held under the auspices of the Army and andNavy andNayy andNavy
Navy Union this evening will be largely largelyattended largolyattended largelyattended
attended Tho purpose or which the themeeting themeeting
I
meeting has been called is to announce announcethe announcethe announcethe
the report o of the committee recently ap appointed uppointed ¬ I Ipointed
pointed to bring about a settlement of oftho ottho ofthe
tho controversy which resulted several severalmonths severalmonths severalmonths
months ago in the suspension of the thethree thothree thethree
three local garrisons by National Com Commander Commander Cornmander ¬
mander J 1 Edwin Browne BrowneA
A petition will be presented this even evenIng evenIng evenbig
Ing to tho members and officers of the thesuspended thesuspended thesuspended
suspended garrisons with tho request requestthat requestthat requestthat
that they sign It thereby making appli application applteaUon application ¬
cation for reinstatement reinstatementTho reInstatementTho reinstatementThe
Tho conciliatory o measure was effected effectedby ettectedby effectedby
by the efforts of the following commit committee committee committee ¬
tee which recently consulted with Na National National National ¬
tional Commander Browne in Baltimore BaltimoreCapt BaltimoreCapto BaltimoreCapt
Capt J T Walter Mitchell representing representingBarry representingBarry representingBarry
Barry Garrison chairman Dr Charles V VPetteys Vo VoPetteys VPetteys
Petteys representing Porter Garrison Garrisonand Garrisonand Garrisonand
and Capt George I L Snider secretary secretaryrepresenting secretaryrepresenting secretaryrepresenting
representing Roosvelt Garrison GarrisonCoroner GarrlsonoCoroner GarrisonCoroner
Coroner Holds Bolds Two Negroes NegroesTho NegroelTho NegroesThe
Tho coroners Inquest held at tho thomorgue thomorgue themorgue
morgue yesterday xto to Inquire Into tho thodeath thodeath thedeath
death of Thomas E Russell the picture picturevendor I picturevendor > lcturo lcturoendor
vendor who died at Emergency Hos Hospital Hospital Hospitnl ¬
pital Wednesday afternoon from Injuries Injuriesreceived Injurle9received injurIesreceived
received from being struck over the head headwith hendwith headwith
with a shovel held Thomas Veney and andWalter andWalter andWalter
Walter Johnson negroes accused of as assaulting assaulting assaulting ¬
saulting Russell for tho action of the thegrand thegrand thegrand
grand jury
IOOAI MENTION MENTIONEXCURSIONS MENTIONEXCURSIONS MENTIONEXCURSIONS
EXCURSIONS TODAY TODAYTo
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points South SouthNorfolk Norfolk and Washington Wuhln OD iteamers iteamersvcry ateameneTtr stearaersevery
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To T Rock Creek Bridge Zoological Z00l gtoJ Park Chery CheryChase CheT CheTChue Cie CieChase
Chase and Kensington Kcna1ngtonCars Cars from Fifteenth street streetand streetand streetand
and New York arenue nay fifteen minutes minutesTo mlnutaTo minntesTo
To Alexandria A1enndrillF AlexandriaFerry Feny 1T7 steamer Lackaranna rckayannn crerj crerjhour CferJhour yy yyhdabaIffrom6AIfltO6pm
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To Fort Mjer Arlington National Cemetery CanetftJFa1ls
FaJU Church and Fairfax Court RousoCan House Cars frooj froojTwelfth CromTwelfth f fTwelfth
Twelfth street at and PennsylTtnla Penuslnni arecuc aDd an Aqne Aqnedoct Al1uedart qne qnedoct
doct Bridge BridgeMount Drl DrlMount BridgeMount
Mount Vernon and Marshall nail nallsteamer steamer Charlei CharleiMacalester ChuleaMac1eater arlo arloMacnleste2
Macalester dally dallraoept except Sunday lQa 1Q m and an IrtS IrtSpm ltSpm it itp
pm pmCarpets pmCR11Iet p in inCarpets
Carpets Taken TRIte Up Cleaned and Stored
Lowest prices E P Hinkel Co 453 SS
Maine ave YO sw Phone Main 2025
MILK DEALERS NOT NOTProsecutions IMMUNE IMMUNEProsecutions IMNUIEProsecutions
Prosecutions Continue Despite De plte Po Police Police Police ¬
lice Court Ruling RulliiKIt RulingIt
It scorns probable that the milk dealers dealerswho dealersho dealerswho
who ho are rejoicing over the decision of ofJudge orTudge ofJudge
Judge Mullowny In the Police Poll Court to tothe tothe tothe
the effect that the health department Has Hasnot 1tnsnot Ifasnot
not tho legal right to examine and ana analyze analyze nralyze ¬
lyze milk for the purpose of prosecution prosecutionwhen prosecutionwhen prosecutionwhen
when adulteration or impurity Is found foundmay foundmay foundmay
may have rejoiced too soon soonThe soonThe soonThe
The Commissioners said yesterday that thatthey thatthey thatthey
they think the milk inspection con be car carried carrlod carned ¬
ned on with a possible change of the themethod themethod themethod
method of analysis and prosecution and andthat nndthat andthat
that their endeavors will bo continued as asearnestly asoornCistly asearnestly
earnestly as possible possibleAt possibleAt possibleAt
At a conference yesterday morning be between betwoen between ¬
tween Commissioner Macfarland and andHealth andHOOIth andHealth
Health Officer Woodward over the deci decision decision dccision ¬
sion of the Police Court judge It was wasagreed wasagrecd wasagreed
agreed to seek s ek the advice of the corpora corporation corporation corporation ¬
tion counsel Counsel Thomas advised advisedthat adY1sedthat advisedthat
that an n appeal be taken to the Court of ofAppeals otAppOftls ofAppeals
Appeals and that meantime pie he health healthdepartment healthdepartmont healthdepartment
department Inspectors proceed with their theirwork thilrwork theirwork
work and whenever they find violations violationsof
of the law prepare cases cases for prosecution prosecutionThis prosecutionThs prosecutionThis
This will be done at the request of Com Commissioner Commissioner Cornmissioner ¬
missioner Macfarland and the corpora corporation corporation corporation ¬
tion counsel will see If there Is anything anythingelse anthlngelse anythIngelse
else that can be dene to strengthen the theposition theposlUon theposition
position of the Commissioners After the theconference theconference theconference
conference Commissioner Macfarland Macfarlandsaid Macfarlandsard Macfarlandsaid
said saidWe
We Yo shall of course courso do everything In Inour Inour inour
our power to continue to safeguard the themilk themilk themilk
milk supply The efforts of theDlstrlot theDlstrlotgovernment theDlstrlotgovernment theDlstrlotgovernment
government have been hampered by lack lackof lackot lackof
of adequate force and adequate means meansand meansand meansand
and by opposition from Interested parties partiesYet partlesoYet partiesYet
Yet they have resulted refiUlt In a great Im Improvement 1mproyomont Improvemont ¬
provement in the conditions and this thismust thismust thismust
must not bo lost In any degree degreeWENT degreeWENT degreeWENT
WENT TO MEET AN AUNT AUNTXo AUNTXO AUNTNo
Xo Baffin for Story that Miss 1IS11 Manry ManryEloped MnuryEloped IouryEloped
Eloped with 1th Mr Rcybnrn RcybnrnTho ReTburnTho ReyburnTho
Tho family amllO and friends of Miss l1ss Goorglo GoorgloMaury GeorgieMaury GoorgieMaury
Maury who was reported to have eloped elopedwith elopedwith elopedwith
with William Stewart Reyburn are en endeavoring endeavoring endeavoring ¬
deavoring to trace the story which they theybelieve theybeJtoe theybelieve
believe to have had a mischievous cruel crueland crueland crueland
and possibly malicious origin originThere originThero originThere
There was no mystery mstcr they say sa In InMiss inMiss InMiss
Miss Maurys trip to Now York She Sheaccompanied SheaccomPAnied Sheaccompanied
accompanied her friend Miss Carney Carneywho Carneywho Carneywho
who wont to meet an aunt who was ar arriving arriving arrlving ¬
riving in that city elt In feeble health Mr MrReyburn MrReburn MrReyburn
Reyburn acted as their escort to New JfewYork NewYork NewYork
York and the party part wont by b a morning morningtrain morningtrain morningtrain
train Ho saw them to their doetlna doetlnatlon d06Unatlon dostination
tlon whore they joined the aunt and re returned returned ccturned ¬
turned with her the following day Mr MrReyburn 2tIrReyburn MrReyburn
Reyburn preceding Jhem JhemThoro them themThere themThere
There was as absolutely nothing In the theepisode thoepisode theepisode
episode Miss Maury llaur says to warrant warrantthe warranttho warrantthe
the story of an elopement or give proper properbasis I properbasis > roper roperbaals
basis for any sensational gossip Her Hermother Hermot Hermother
mother mot er at once denied the reported mar marriage marriage marnags ¬
riage and reiterated the denial yester yesterday yostorday ostor ostordlo ¬
day dayBOAHDS dloBOARDS dayBOARDS
BOARDS RETORT COURTEOUS COTTETEOUSCoinmlRHloncru COURTEOUSCommfllldoncrJl COURTEOUSCommissioners
CoinmlRHloncru Call Attention to toTheir toTheir toTheir
Their Effort to Secure Well
Replying In a personal letter to R W WSheckels WSbeckele WSheckels
Sheckels who published a letter in a alocal alocal alocal
local newspaper on Wednesday In which whichhe whichhe whichhe
he commented on the lack of drinking drinkingfountains drInkingtountalns drinkingfountains
fountains in this city and criticised the theCommissioners theCommlseioners theCommissioners
Commissioners for abandoning the shal shallow shallow aballow ¬
low wells without having made an effort effortto etrortto effortto
to provide deepdriven ones Commissioner CommissionerMacfarland CommleelonerMactarland CommissionerMacfarland
Macfarland yesterday estcrdaO said saidI m11dI
I see by your our note that you youare ou are not notaware notaware notaware
aware of the fact that the Commissioners Commissionersfulfilled CommissionerstulftJled Commissionersfulfilled
fulfilled their promise omIso to ask Congress Congressfor Congrosstor Congressfor
for an appropriation with which to pro provide provide provMs ¬
vide deepdriven wells wellsIn wellsIn wellsIn
In our estimates presented pre entod to Con Congress Congress Congross ¬
gress at the opening of the th last session sessionwe sessionwe sessionwe
we Incorporated an Item of 5000 0 O00 < > > for that thatpurpose thatpurpose thatpurpose
purpose which we advocated before be Core the theSenate theSenate theSenate
Senate and House Committees on Ap Appropriations ApproprlaUonl Appropristions ¬
propriations but neither of them provided providedIt
It It
It may bo that they simply deferred deferredaction deterredaction deferredaction
action because they thought the neces necessity necessity nosesstty ¬
sity was s not so pressing as in other cases casesBut casesBut casesBut
But in all events we kept our word and anddid anddid anddid
did the best wo could to secure the ap appropriation approprlaUon appropriation ¬
propriation propriationGIVES propriationGIVES It ItGIVES
GIVES STRAWBERRY STRA W1JERRY FESTIVAL FESTIVALHectors FESTIVALreetorlI FESTIVALRectors
Hectors Aid Society of Church of ofAscension ofAscension ofAscensIon
Ascension Entertains EntertainsUnder EntertnlnsUnder EntertainsUnder
Under the auspices of the Rectors Aid AidSociety AidSocletO AidSociety
Society of the Church of tho Ascension Ascensiona
a strawberry festival was as given in the theSunday thei theSunday
i Sunday school rooms of tho edifice last lastevening lastI lastevening
I evening cvonlngThe I IThe IThe
The original plan was to have the af affair arfair affair ¬
fair on the lawn at 1221 Massachusetts Massachusettsavenue Massachusettsavenue Massachusettsavenue
avenue northwest but on account of the thethreatening thethreatening thethreatenIng
threatening weather It was decided to tohold tohold tohold
hold the festival Indoors IndoorsWeather IndoorsVeather IndoorsWeather
Weather permitting the entertainment entertainmentwill entertainmentwUl entertainmentwill
will be given In the open this evening
from 730 until 1030 oclock oclockAmong oclockAmong oclockAmong
Among those who assisted In the festi festival testlval festival ¬
val last evening were Mrs S B Kramer KramerMrs KrnmerIrs ramer ramerMrs
Mrs Irs W P Bowie Mrs H J T Gaylor GaylorMiss Galor1I1 GaylorMiss
Miss 1I1 Anno Helden Mrs J T W Bowie BowieMrs BowieIrs BowieMrs
Mrs Irs C Co R Gibson Mrs lrs Albert Preston PrestonMiss proSton proStonMiss PrctonMIsS
Miss Rosabolle Scott and the Misses MissesMetz MissesMetzo MissesMetz
Metz MetzRev MetzoRov MetzRev
Rev J Henning Nelms rector was waspresent wasprescnt waspresent
present during the evening eveningSWISS eonlngSWISS eveningSWISS
SWISS VALET IS INSANE INSANEHerri INSANEHerd INSAREHerri
Herri Servant to Minister Vogel VopclCommitted VoelCommitted VogelCommitted
Committed to Asylum AsylumAnton ACTlumAnton AsylumAnton
Anton Herri valet of Dr Leo Vogol Vogoltho Vogolthe Vogelthe
the Swiss Minister who attempted to tocommit tocommit tocommit
commit suicide about two weeks ago in intho Intho Inthe
tho legation was adjudged insane by a aJury njury ajury
Jury yesterday and was committed to tothe tothe tothe
the Government Hospital for the Insane InsaneUnless InsaneUnless InsaneUnless
Unless Dr Vogel requests that he be beallowed beallowed beallowed
allowed to remain there Horn will bo de deported deported doported ¬
ported portedShower portedShower portedShower
Shower Bath Outfit 125 l25Sprny Spray and
tubing Lindsays Rubber Store 935 9 93 F st stDead sto stoDead stDead
Dead Letter Record for May MayDuring llnyDuring MayDuring
During May 905SS4 pieces of mail mat matter matter mattoe ¬
ter were received in the Dead Letter LetterOffice LetterOffice LetterOffice
Office of which 529692 pieces were re restored restored restored ¬
stored to the writer and 4014SS 4O14 pieces of ofnonreturnablo ofnonreturnable ofnonreturnable
nonreturnable mall and circulars were weredestroyed weredestroyed weredestroyed
destroyed The sum of 473979 found Its Itsway Itsway itsway
way to the office In 5841 letters 362207 362207of 3 362207Of 07 07or
of this was restored r r9stored stored to the owners ownersMARRIAGE OWnersl1Ali ownersMARRIAGE
MARRIAGE l1Ali UAGE LICENSES LICENSESJoseph LICE LICENSESJosoph SES SESJoooph
Joseph R E Leiter 39 and Emelie Julktto JuU tte mUJamsReT Vllllams tSlfliainsn
20 n ReT Edward hnnl I L I Buck DudrGoorgo BuckGeorge = L LGOOTRO
George C Mlnnigoode yt and Helen Gait Talty
23 Rev Herbert S Smith SmithJoseph SmithJoseph SmithJoseph
Joseph W Hampton 23 n and Mary B Shepherd
19 Ret E H Lamar LamarCharles LamarChulcs LamarGarlcs
Charles R B l Maya IaYD 27 and Almond B Smoots ZL ZLRer 21 21Itc
Rer Itc 1 E J Connelly ConnellyThomas Omn OmnelliTheena ll1 ll1TOOmI
Thomas TOOmI 01 Thatcher 23 S of Baltimore Md and andElfllo andEWe andElate
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Morris Solomon 23 J and Leon Hlnh 2L 21 2 Ray RerLoula I RayLouis T TLouis
Louis Stem StemGcoro StemGcona SternGeorge
George T Barber DIIr 44 < < and LUllo El Hopkins 4L 4LRer UoRer 41 41Roy
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James W V Gray 23 and nd Caroline Turner 21 2lO Ray RayOlLFoz
0 OlLFoz OlLFozPeter H Fox FoxPeter FoxPeter
Peter Wesley Wrt 47 and Sarah V Hall 40 ReT J JX 1A IA
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Albert J Bererly 27 and Mucella B Campbell Campbellz pbeU pbeUCT
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William Campbell 11M 10th st at nw 25 i years yearsLena yeUlLena yearsLena
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patterns to choose from and only onlyI
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Commencement Exercises Exerel es at M tl A C CBegin CBegin CBegin
Begin with Sermon on Sunday SundayRev SundnyRevo SundayRev
Rev P 1 < V Baer of Aquasco Md will willdeliver vmdeliver willdeliver
deliver th the baccalaureate baccalaur ate sermon s rmon to the theclass theclass theclass
class of OS at the thriIaryland Maryland Agricultural AgriculturalCollege AgriculturalCollege AgriculturalColloge
College Sunday afternoon thus beginning beginningthe beginningthe beginningthe
the closing exercises of the college year yearAthletic yearAthletic earo earoAthletic
Athletic exercises battalion drills and andparades andparades andparades
parades will be held Monday morning morningAt morningAt morningAt
At 83 838 Inthe In the evening the clas class day exer exercise exercise exerelse ¬
cise will m be held at which whic A S Golds Goldsborough Goldsborough Goldsborough
borough of Baltimore will make the theprincipal theprincIpal theprincipal
principal address addressOn nddressOn addrossOn
On Tuesday will m be held the annual annualmeeting annualmeeting annualmeeting
meeting of the Alumni Association the thepresidents thopresldents thepresidents
presidents reception and the Joint de debate debate debate ¬
bate for the alumni medal medalThe medaloThe medalThe
The commencement exercises will be behold behold behold
hold Wednesday morning at U oclock oclockGov oclockGov oclockGov
Gov Austin L L Crothers will address the thegraduates thegraduatos thegraduates
graduates The festivities will be closed closedwith closedwith closedwith
with the c CfDmencem crnmencemont > mmenc mont nt ball that even evenIng evenIng evenlag
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Heavy Sentence for Theft Theft Suspended SuspendedDaring SUIIPcDledDuring SuspendedDuring
During Good Behavior BehaviorMrs DehaTlorMrs BehaviorMrs
Mrs Annie I L Beverly Bocrl a widow about aboutseventy aboutsoyen aboutseventy
seventy soyen years oars old was fined 1000 with withan withan withan
an alternative of one ya year lAr r in Jail by byJudge b bJUdgo byJudge
Judge Kimball in the Police Pollc Court yester yesterday yesterdA yotiterlay ¬
day dA on a 8 charge of the larceny of valu valuable valuable valuable ¬
able books from the Public Library LibraryUpon Llbr8rJUpon LibraryUpon
Upon recommendation of o Assistant AssistantUnited AssistantUnIted AssistantUnited
United States Attorney Ralph Given Givensentence Givensentence Givensentence
sentence was suspended during tho good goodbehavior goodbehaylor goodbehavior
behavior of tho defendant defendantThe defendantThe defendantThie
The accused acc ed is said to be connected connectedwith connectedwith connectedwith
with a 8 prominent I > romlnent Virginia family tamll and andis andIs andIs
is a woman of decided literary lIterar tastes tastesFor tastesFor tastesFor
For several s Qrnl months she has been a fre frequenter frequonter frequonter ¬
quonter of the Public Library and was waswell waswell waswell
well known to the attaches at the in institution Institution Institution ¬
stitution Several days ago fifteen stand standard standard ¬
ard English romances were missed from fromthe tromthe fromthe
the library Search wa wag M1 made but to no noeffect noetrect noeffect
effect Wednesday persons living at 1002 1002Eighth 112Eighth IC ICEighth
Eighth street where her Mrs Beverly lived livedprior J1vedprior livedprior
prior going to Tennallytown to spend the thesummer thesummer thesummer
summer found seven of the missing missingbooks missingbooks missingbooks
books In the rooms vacated by b her and andturned andturned andturned
turned them in to the library libraryLibrarian l1braroLibrarian libraryLibrarian
Librarian George F Fo Bowerman notified notifiedthe notifiedthe notifiedthe
the police and Detective Evans of the thocentral thecentral thecentral
central office and an 1 Detective Grove of oftho otthe ofthe
the Seventh precinct were detailed d ta1led to the thecase thecase thecase
case They recovered the remaining remainingbooks remainingbooks remainingbooks
books and brought the widow Into court courtBENSOFS courtBENSONS courtBENSONS
BENSONS DEFENSE CLOSED CLOSEDlie
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land frauds trial was closed yesterday yesterdayafter ycsterdayafter yesterdayafter
after Benson had been on the stand for fortwo tortvo fortwo
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a contract with him He denied that any anygreat anygreat anygreat
great number of applications were filed filedby filedby filedby
by Hyde through his ofllce or vice Iee versa versaHydes versaHdes versaHydes
Hydes messenger testified that Hyde Hydesought Hdoscught Hydesought
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were all destroyed In the San Francisco Franciscofire Franciscofire Franciscofire
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the growing demand of the public we will on next Sunday June 7 7190Bopen
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Beautiful BeautifulEast BeautifulEast BeautifulEast
East Dupont Heights HeightsWhere
Where you can get choice home sites for prices ranging from
11 to 51 Each EachTerms EachTerms EachTerms
Terms 1 Cash and 1 a Month No Interest No Taxes TaxesBe TaxesBe TaxesBe
Be independent of your landlord landlordraise raise your own poultry eggs eggspork eggspork eggspork
pork garden products fruit and berries fiec c Beautiful shade Pure Purewater Purewater Purewater
water air and level land landFree landFree landFree
Free transportation to East Dupont Heights from Twining City Ci Cifrom
from 9 A M to 4 P M beginning next Sunday June 7 1908 Take TakePennsylvania TakePennsylvania TakePennsylvania
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Washington Railway where you will be directed by agent to East EastDupont EastDupont EastDupont
Dupont Heights Md For particulars apply to toDupont toDupont toDupont
Dupont Heights Company CompanyRoom
Room 6 Second Floor t 512 F St N W V Washington D C

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