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THE WASHINGTON HERALD. THURSDAY JULY 25; 1912.
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EDWIN H. ETZ
OPTICIAN,
1003 "GM STREET
2 hi.. PirtiP
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W. D. CO.
Special Blend
COFFEE, 25c LB.
W. D. BREAKFAST COFFEE, 21c LB.
The discriminating coffee user
rill find an unusual flavor and
aroma seldom found except In tne
high-priced brands.
WASHINGTON IJURY CO.
940 Louisiana Ave.
Telephone Main Mot.
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locked Inside the sole
we can give you com
fort and new life to
your shoes.
HOME SHOE REPAIR CO.
719 Ninth St. N. W.
I PHONE N. 2377
For i
Fine Groceries, Meats t
I and Provisions.
I BiSHROB T. GARRISON f
5 First and You Streets N. W.
Prompt Delivery Sen Ice. 4.
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We Have the Combination.
Col. 3473.
SHOOTAWK
Uon"l-rbTOW' ,w,y ft teiM oiei or taeu an
voni. tsom parts rrrmt conrtict wr and br ba
ncau India tt me ex t&o-. lit tftcxn to
T. Guiffre, wpeww.ave.w:w.
J!11?! ta. aCtT' rieTlc wort . flefonttHj
cincait to cctm pertxtu and ccmtortxuj.
MEDICINES ARD PRESCRIPTIONS
YEATMAN'S DRUG STORE
7th and H Streets N. E.
Phones. L. 232 and L. 276S.
"VELVET" CREAM AT FOTTyTAIlf
WASftlNC
Q.StiikJK
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FINE
Watch and Jewelry Man
ufacturing and Repairing-.
Special prices one week.
COLE & SWAN,
North 1140.
KODAK FILMS DEVELOPED
10 cents per roll, by experts.
Photo Supplies. Stationery.
W. J. KROUSE
Phone M. 4330.
5C8 G Street
Lowe Bros.' 'HIGH STANDARD'
PAINT
Goes Farther and Lasts Longer.
DE MAINE & CO.,
S21S jS St. N. vr.
No more Indigestion It you use
Goldsmith's Indigestion leroedy
28a and SOe Bottle
Phone orders delivered. N. 2398.
CHRISTIAN! PHARMACY,
(BcUffman Jj Goldauith).
f. Cot. 1th ud II (t, K. V. -vruldsstaa. D: CL
LOUIS F. BRADLEY
PBESCRlPTrM IRIMIST,
fith and E Straats 8. E.
I-OSTAL 1XLEOKAFB BRANCA.
Tmlephoo. UnmlB SJs.
QOLD PAIMLflLIMlMIM.
In fact. aartrdng too tract ta teach up things
boat the heuM on be boarht cbearest sod best
here. PAIXT BBCSH FSEiV.
Unrlolfin'e PAMILT PAINT STORE.
nOUgKin SS 013 Seveata St. X.W.
largest Horning Circuhtion.
-" v. Healthy
&j&& Cows
VwffPy Pure
i Milk.
GUAHOSMEN SHOOT
UNDER HEAVY SKY
Had and Bain Does Hot Interfere
witn Eifle Hatches Hear
Congressional Heights.
LIEUT. H. H. BARROWS
HAS SENSATIONAL SCORE
Special Interest in Company Con
tests to Pick Winners to
Shoot at Seagirt .
In spite of a steady rain, a lowering
sky, and a mile of deep mud between the
range and the car line. District National
Guardsmen began their annual rifle and
revolver matches at 9 o'clock yesterday
morning;.
The range is located In a hollow near
Congressional Heights. On one side are
the tents of the militia headquarters and
the firing line, resembling a force in the
field. Tiie targets are across the little val
ley on a wooded hill. The scorers are
concealed In trenches near the marks.
Early in the day there naa an even
light, which aided the men; but late In
the afternoon heavy showers fell, and
It became so dark as to make shooting
difficult. Nevertheless, some remarkably
good scores were made.
The most sensational feature of the
day's shoot was the winning of the Car
mody match by Lieut. II. II. Barrows,
with 2 out of a possible 25, a perfect
score. The complete score of this match
has not jet been made out.
Interest In Team Work.
Special Interest centered In the Com
pany team match, because the six com
pany teams making the highest scores
will represent the District National
Guard in the State company match at
beagirt in August. The winning teams
and their scores were as follows: Com
pany K. rirst Infantry. 208; Company
X. Second Infantry. 206: Company B,
First Infantry, 201; Company M. Second
Infantry, 1M: Company G. Second In
fantry, 191, and Company C. Second In
fantry, sixth place.
The contest for the McLennan Trophy,
a two-man event, v, as won by Lieut. C. G.
Gardener and Private Davis.
The regimental match was won by the
Second Regiment, with a score of 2M The
First Regiment stood next with 210 points.
The members of the winning team and
their scores were: Capt. Brian, : Corp,
Payne, 41; Lieut. Earnshaw. 43: Corp
Curtis. 41: Sergt. Slater. 37, and Private
Uoswell. 42.
The Third Battalion of the Second In
fantry won the battalion team match, the
score being 125. The Second Battalion of
the Second Infantry was next highest,
with a score of 124.
Individual 'Winners.
There were two contests for individual
marksmanship, the enlisted men's match
and the novice match. The sixteen men
taking prizes in the novice match were
as follows:
l-PriTxl D. T Dicitaxi. Co. K. M Infintrr.. 3
2PriTta M. Srrnwr. Co. B. lit Infintrr 2
J Print. A. C. Otto. Co. F. lat Infintrr n
4-PrlTtU E. E. Oils. Co. G 3d Infintrr 3
S-Prirat. J. N. JIarx. Co. E. M Infintrr U
-Pririt K M Nra. Ca E. 24 Infintrr IS
--Print. D. H. HUlrlock, Coi K. 2d Infintrr.. 13
s-Pritite 3 A. GUronni. Ca E, lit Infintrr... It
S-rrirate F. Kdth. Co. F. Id Infintrr 11
10-PrInw F. McOrtem. Co. II. lit Infintrr. 11
11 Print. Chirlei E. Bodme, Co. E. 11 Infintrr 1
Li ittoi. . u. miniDcton. ox A. ut a. B - 13
U-IMnt. J. V Trunmril. lit Bitter F. A ... IS
lt-rrlnt. J. Flttrnon. Co. A. 1 Sen. B IS
lS-Pnnt M. O. Clirt. Co. U. lit Infintrr 1
lS-Sers-. 3 D. Starson. Ca G. Ik Infintrr N
Enlisted Men'. Mori...
In the enlisted men's match there were
more than 200 entries, and forty-six men
-non prizes Sergt. McFadyen. of Com
pany B, First Infantry, was high man.
with thirty-one points out of a possible
thirty-five. The other winners were as
follows:
-Print Cairln Snifln. Co. F. 21 Infintrr.. X
J-rntite H. F. Bets. Oo. E. lit Infintrr 3)
4-Printe M. B. AtHnion. Ca E. lit Infintrr . 31
S-Pnrit. E. II. Grrbrr. Ca U 1st Infintrr.. . 30
ft-Pririte IL P. McCrith. It Bitterr F A .... 30
7-Pririte D P. Gibson. Ca K. M InfiEtrr. 3
8-Srrst. F. C. Mirtin. Ca K. 2d Infintrr S
9-Prlnte J. A. Wide. Ca B. lit Sep. B 3
10 Sent. H. H Birrowm. Co. B. Id Infintrr .... 3
ll-Printo Chirlr. MiUrr. Co. G. 3d Infintrr... 3
C-Prlnte Chirki E. Bodme. Ca E. 2d Icfintrr 3
U-rrirlte J V. Pirne. Ca M. 2d Infintrr 3
It-Print. F. J. Kihn. Co. K. Irt Infintrr 3
lS-rrinte A. L Birnird. Co. E. 2d Infintrr. 3
18Printe W. E. Johnion. Co. I. 2d Infintrr. ... 2f
n-Serst. J. F. Mitrr. 2d Infintrr 3
Is-Col. SenrU F. T Btmoldi. lit Infintrr 3
lS-rrinte W W. Hutterlr. Ca K. 2d Infintrr.. "
JO-Serjt. A J. Correll. Co. G. 2d Infintrr 3
n-Serst. 3 C Fruier. Ca C, lit Sep. B. ... 3
22 Print. J 8. Drrgirn. Ca B, lt Infintrr. . 3
2S rrlnte II. F. Riehirdloa. Ca K. 2d Icfintrr 3
2t-Serjt. a a Drrr. Ca F. lit Infintrr 3
25-Prlnt F. F. irtr, Ca K. 2d Infintrr 3
3S-rrintii A. F. Wintz, Ca O. 2d Infintrr. 1
27 Print. J. F. Minrxn. Ca K. 2d Infintrr 3
28 Printo G. A. Jornes, Co. G. 2d Infintrr. 3
29-Corporal J. J Witon. Ca I. 2d Infintrr ....
30-Prlnto J. W Gtbua, Ca K. 2d Infintrr. ... 1
31 Sent. Edwird Turner. Ca B. lit Infintrr.... 27
32 Srrtt. O. N. B. Ca K. 1U Infintrr. r
33 Print. J II Dufni. Ca H. lit Infintrr 2f
3-Print D. T. Pidtlnion. Ca K. 2d Infintrr.. 2J
SS-IMnto J. N. Mirx. Co. E. 2d Infintrr S
3B-8ent H. W. Bill. Ca E. lit Infintrr z:
r-PrinU J. V. Trammell. lit Bitterr. F. A a
38-CorponI Jimrs Suer, Ca E, 2d Infintrr 3
39-Print. W. a Tnrau. Ca fj 2d Infintrr.... a
40-rrint W W. tXTiite. Ca F, 2d Infintrr 35
41 Print. II. A Bodrahimmer. Ca B. lit Inf.. 3
tJ-Prlnte E. Ix KedSeid. Ca B. lit Infintrr.... 3
43 Sertt J. C. Sweener. Co. E. 2d Infintrr 3
44 Printe WUliim R. Seltttun. Ca K, 2d lnf... 35
4S-Pa Q. 31. Sent. B. D 8MeIdi. a
46 Sergt. John Mohneaox, Co. G, 2d Infintrr..... 3
The shoot will be continued for two
more days. To-morrow the Mosher, Ber-ry-Whitmore,
and the Harries long-range
matches will be held.
Insrtne Pntlent Returned.
After his thrilling escape from the Gov
ernment Hospital for the Insane on July
10 last, Lieut. William C. Stone, U. S. A.,
retired, who was captured in Herkimer
County, N. T., two days ago, waa yester
day brought back to this city and com
mitted to the asylum ward. Stone had
been a trusted patient, and. taking ad
vantage of the temporary absence of his
guards, fled from the Institution closely
pursued by his attendants. He outfooted
them and disappeared.
Finn Elks' Carnival.
Washington and Alexandria will hold a
carnhal at Luna Park from July 29 to
August . The Elks will add several fea
tures to the park's regular attractions,
and expect to establish a record for suc
cessful funmaking. During the week's
carnival admission to the park will be
free.
RallTrmy Trainmen to Take Ontlntr.
Chesapeake Beach will be the scene of
the eleventh annual outing of the Chesa
peake Beach Hallway trainmen on Au
gust 30. President w. F. Jones and
General Supt. "W. J. Hayward are busy
making arrangements tor the day's en
tertainment.
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snrOenltela not &Itentlft4t!in--1ml
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MURINE EYKREMIDYCO., CHICAGO
WABOir CRUSHES 107.
E. VV. Cordozm-PaUa frotn Bicycle
and Under 'Wheels.
While riding a bicycle In Ninth Street
VRtrr)v mnrnttir. tiMr T?. 'WllllAm Cor
doza. Jr colored, fourteen yean old,)
living at 209 1-2 Elm Street JSonnwest,
was knocked down and run over by an
Adams Express Company automobile and
killed, the heavily laden truck crushing
his right side. -He died on the operating
table .at the Emergency Hospital.
Lewis -A. Wilier, who operated the
truck, was arrested, but waa released by
Coroner Nevltt. An Inquest will be held
at the morgue this morning.
Carrying a bundle of circulars on his
wheel the boy lost control of his vehicle,
skidded on the slippery street, and fell
directly under the big truck of the ex
press company. Eye-witnesses vindi
cated Sillier for the accident.
A complicated situation presented Itself
at the morgue yesterday, when Paul Pa
reno. an Italian, living at 617 Eye Street
Northwest, called at the morgue and
Identified Cordoxa as his son. When
about to make arrangements to have the
body removed to Gawler'a undertaking
establishment. William Cordoxa, ST., a
government employe, appeared, and
claimed the remains as that of his own
heritage.
NEWMANITESMftKE
Declare Costello Committee Wants
Election Funds to Pay for Print
ing of Sample Ballots.
VIOLATION OF PRIMARY RULES
Charges to the effect that the Costello
Central Democratic Committee detlrea to
obtain possession of the funds now held
by J. Fred Kelley. chairman of the old
committee, for the purpose of defraying
the expense of printing sample ballots
for their faction during the recent pri
maries in violation of the rules laid down
by the Democratic National Committee
were circulated jesterday by members
of the faction headed by Edwin A. New
man.
The allegation is & serious one. and as
yet the members of the Costello taction
have not denied It. It Is charged that
Just prior to the primaries the Costello-
ite had- a large supply or sample oanoia
printed for distribution in each of the
twenty-two districts. These ballots con
tained a statement trom tne t-namp
Clark headquarters, setting forth that
the Costello delegates were the recog
nlzcd supporters of the Missouri candi
date for tho Presidential nomination.
Ballots 'Widely Distributed.
These ballots -were widely distributed
in spite -of the protest of opposing fac
tions. The Newmanitcs contend that the
mo-ve nu In violation of the regulations
set down by the Democratic National
Committee in 1904 and 19C8. prodding that
no ballots should be distributed except
by Judges of election at the polling places
as prospective voters registered Just prior
to casting their ballots.
It Is paid that tho cot of the printing
was between J100 and $200. and that the
bin Is still unnald. The Newmanltes de
Clare. In addition, that the Costelloltes
have been nacifiing the printrr by tell
Ine him the bill would bo paid as soon
as the funds belonging to tho committee
were received from Mr Kelley.
This Is the last day of grace -nhich Mr.
Kelley has in which to turn over the pos
sessions to the Costello committee. If he
refuses to accede to the demands the
Costello committee 'will at once attempt
to institute proceedings in the local
courts.
A meetlne of the committee will be
held at 8 o'clock to-night In Building
Trades Hall. Sixth and G Streets ortn
west. for the purpose of deciding upon
future action in the matter.
.VeirnianltH 'Wont "Prop." Too.
Resolutions were adopted at a meeting
of the Newman central committee last
night In Lewis Hall in Fourteenth Street
Northwest, requesting Mr. Kelley to turn
oer the much-coeted possessions to
tholr organization, and directing the
treasurer. In case such disposition should
be made of the funds, to deposit the
money with the Wilson and Marshall
campaign fund.
The question of the printing of sam
ple ballots by the Costello faction was
brought up, and It was decided to wage
bitter warfare against the utilization of
Mr. Kelley's funds for the purpose of
defralng the expense. It was forcefully
stated in the resolutions that all of the
funds. If obtained, should be turned oer
for the benefit of the Wilson and Mar
shall campaign, and should not be used
to defray local expenses.
The committee reiterated Its stand that
it Is the only rroperly and legally or
ganized committee.
WEATHER CONDITIONS.
C. B. Dert- of Acrieoltnre. TTeitber Boras.
WlJniton. Vedncsdir. Jnlr 24. BI2-J rx m.
It will b: wirmed Thnrtlir la tne Middle Atlan
tic Sutn. fcat orrr the mniinder cl th. axitrr
temrxrctnr. chins, will not h iranprtmt
Flond wirninff tire been limed lor th. Wiscon
sin Rirer tnd for the Morjonfiheli ltiier .bore
Pittibun.
Th. winds lions the New Ertdind ind rnlddl.
AUintio eouti will bs mcdmte nrlible-; on. the
Soath Atlintic eoait modente. moitlr louthweit.
except tiriible on the Flond. court; on th. Eut
Golf oout Iifht to medente. mostlr fouthwest.
the We Gnu eout rnoaente wrathrrlr: on
the lower Likes modenta northrut ind north; on
the ttrper Lues modenfe nrlible
Local Temperatures.
Midnicht. 67; 2 a. m.. 68: 4 a. m.. et; 6 s. m..
6fi; 8 a. m.. 9: 10 a. xc. TO; 12 noon. 66; 2 p. m ,
66; I p. xa.. 68; 6 p. to., 64; 8 p. m., 83; 19 p. to., 63.
Highest. II: lownt, 63.
lteUUra hmnldltr-s a. m.. o: Z p. m, S5: s
p. m., 95. Riinflll (8 p. m. to 8 p. m.), 0.38.
TeODeruure Mice date list rear Jllznest, x;
lowest, 75.
Tempermtores In Other Cities.
THTtDeriturn in rrfhrr citiem. tcaether with th.
amonnt of rainfall for the twectr four boars coded
at I rx za. restadST. an as followi:
tuin
Hir. If in. lam. fill.
Aiherille. S. O. H 66 80
Atlanta. Ca 88 71 K 0 01
AtUntlo Citr. N. J W 60
Bfanarcx. N. Dak. M 86
Boston. Mau. 78 5
002
Hamio. K. X n tu
03
Chlcaeo, IU n 78 78
Clndnnati. Ohio 8 71 M
Cheyenne, tVro 82 64 71 ....
Direnport. Iowa 4 78 88 T.
Denier. Colo El o
Des Molnea. Iowa. 95 78 88 T.
Duhltb, Minn -..... 84 51 78 0 01
GilTeitcn, Tex. 88 80 M T.
Helena, Mont .... is K is
Indiananclis. Ind. .......... 92 71 88 ....
JickaonTfne. Fla M 78 80
Kansas Citr. Ma... 98 78 83
Llttl. Bock, Alt , M It 88
Lo. Annies. Cal M B 72
MirqtMtte, Midi............ Tl .. 88 ....
Memphis, Term 91 78 88
New Orleans, La......... 92 76 88
New York. K. T 72 68
North- Plitte. Ntbr. 90 64 81
Omaha. Nebr ...... 88 76 88 8 02
PnHadelrbla, Pa .. .. 70 62 60 OOS
Pittsbort. Pa.. .. . 78 61 71 2,00
roruand, M . H 68
Fortlind. Oreg ........ 6( 60 64 0.04
Salt Lak. City, ntlh....- 90 68 88
St Loots. .Mo 98 80 tl
St, Paol. Minn. 84 71 80
San Francisco. Cil.. .:... 88 St 64
Bprinsneld. IU.. .......... 96 78 88
TldeTap!-
Todar HIzn tide, ta a. m. and 8-41 p. a low
tide, 1123 a. m. and n8 p. m.
To-morrow nun us, tat a, ffl. sad 891 a ss:
InUiHllMum,
ORDERS ISSUED
JESUIT MEMBERS
Personnel of Instructor! at George.
town University Has Been.
Changed.
MANY OLD TEACHERS
HAVE BEEN CHANGED
Gonzaga College Is Also Effected by
the Assignments, Which Are
Hade Annually.
Changes In the assignments of mem
bers of the Maryland-New York Province
of the Jesuit Order will this morning be
posted along the Atlantic Coast from
Virginia to Canada.
The orders have Just been Issued by
Father Provincial Joseph F. Hanselman.
ef the Maryland-New Tork Province of
the Jesuit Order. The changes are usu
ally announced on St. Ignatius' Day,
July 31, but for some reason the orders
this year were Issued earlier than cus
tomary. More than 800 Jesuits along the
Atlantic Coast are affected by the or
ders. They become effective Thursday,
August 1.
Georgetown University and Gonzaga
College are the local Catholic educa
tions! Institutions affected by the orders.
The personnel of the faculty
Georgetown Unlverslty for the next
scholastic term will bo as follows: Rev.
Alphonso Donlon. president; Rev. Augus
tus Duarte, -vice president; Rev. Aloy
slus Drosroan. lecturer in ethics; Rev.
William Gregory, chaplain; Rev. Henry
Sahndelle, librarian: Rev. James Becker,
treasurer; Rev. James Kllroy. prefect of
discipline and faculty director of ath
letics; Rev. John Conway, lecturer in
special metaphysics: Rev. John Creeden,
prefect of studies; Rev. John Quirk, lec
turer in general metaphysics; Rev. Rich
ard Martin, professor of chemistry: Rev.
Thomas Mlley, professor of physics; Rev.
Mark McNeil, professor of Juniors; Ar
thur O Leary, professor of sophomores:
Rev. John Hedrlck, director of the ss-
tronomlcal observatory: William Dolan.
Claries Herzog, Henry McQuade. Fran-
ch Byrnes, and William Graham, pro
fessors in tho high school; Rev. Cyrlll
Brlones and George Hanlon. professors
of languages: Leo Dore. professor of his
tory, and James Dolan, professor of
mathematics.
Old Memben Leave.
Tho following members of the faculty
of last year have been transferred
to work In other fields: Rev. DaUd
Roche. to Gonzaga College. this
city. Rev. William SullUan. to Bal
timore. Rev. John Toobey, to New York;
Rev. Thomas Emmett. to Ireland: Rev.
Samuel Cronln. to Philadelphia. Joseph
Farrell and Louis Ott. to Woodstock
College. Woodstock, Md., for theological
studies!' and Rev. Francis Tondorf, to
worK in tne department of Medicine.
At Gonzaga College Rev. David
Roche. 8. J, who during the past year
was stationed at Georgetown Unicrslty
will serve as minister. Father William
J. Brooks, S. J., has been appointed pre
fect of the church. Rev. James J. O'Con
nor. S. J . has been transferred from St.
Peter's College. Jersey City. N. J. to
perform church work at Gonzaga. Rev
Charls Mullaby. S J., nho has Just
completed a theological course in Snaln.
Is appointed a teacher In the third jear
course at the high school here. Frederick
O Boehm. S. J., has been transferred
from Woodstock College. Woodstock.
Md , to teach here Rev John J. Greene.
S J , goe from Gonzaga to St. Ignatius'
Church. In Eighty-fourth Street. New
York City Rev John M. Coughlan. S J..
has been transferred to St Joseph's Col
lege, Philadelphia
Rev. Thomas J Gartland. S. J , who
his been temporarily located here. Is or
derd to Brooklyn College. New York City.
John A Morning. S. J . for four years a
professor here., goes to Canlslus College.
Buffalo, N Y.
"More- rimruf Case..
Following th de-elopment of another
case of bubonic plague In Havana Tues
day and of another suspected case at
Puerto de Tlerra. Porto Rico, jesterday.
the Public Health and Marine Hospital
Service has taken additional steps to pre
sent the advent of the disease into the
Un'ted States Officers of that service
at the various Atlantic and Gulf coast
ports were Instructed jesterday to take
eer- possible step to bring the local and
State health authorities to prompt action
and to asIst them as much as possible.
Serious CbarKe Asrnlnat Barber,
Gaspare Lomedlco. an Italian barber.
emplojed at 21C3 PcnnJjbania Aenue
Northwest. Is to be arraigned In Tollce
Court this morning on a serious charge
preferred by Josephine Thomas, thirteen
years old. of 2CCS I Street Northwest. He
as released jesterday under JI.WO bona
to guarantee his appearance this morn
ing. MAn.KI4.G.E LICENSES.
WHITE
Jddih L. nirrixn. 40. and Ida B Chircnan, 38.
Ber. It. L. Fultx.
RilrJi L. Swifirt. 21. ana E&th J. Dero, 35
Bet. John A, Catbef.
Dirtd Shipiro, 3. and Gertrciie Blank. 22. Iter
M. Becker.
Frank C. Sim 27. of Staunton. l, ana irr
G Few. 3. of Dirton. a. Iter. Edward Stanler.
Chark-s E. Tinestrom, :a, ina uora ti uorninc-
itar. 22. Ber. Frank T. Bemon.
Gaetano Geraci. 26. ct uncalo. y. Y.. ana
Maris Glorannetll. 54. Ber. M J. Kennedr.
Walter K. Erans. 25. ana Emma 31. carwooa. 21.
Ber. U. E. Purdttm
Harold J. ichmin. and AUlne C Martin.
22. Ber. Edward S Jill.
Urman Shapiro, 3). and Sarah Ettlln, 30. Ber.
G Silrentottt.
Dell W. Brooks, 47, and Mar Brooks, 3. both
of Andrews, Va. Ber. Edwird Stanler.
COLORED.
W Simmons, 39, and Maria Butler, 36. Ber. A.
WQtanks.
J. Cash. 35, and Piulins Johnson. 24. Ber. A.
Sirles.
. W. Hutchinson, V . ' ana aaara v. unicnin-
. 40 Ber. W. II. Dean.
. B Jones, 32, and Florence Ganllce, 20. Ber.
T. Tarlor.
. E. Fouit. a. and Ethel B. Briscoe, 2L Ber.
It. Mstthews.
BIRTH RECORD.
WHITE.
John C. and Helen B. leer. ctrL
John and Jtdia Tomrams, glrL
William D. and IUchel B MacKeen, bor.
WUUam S. and Adalln. McDonald, girl.
Edward H. and Susan E. Johnson, bor.
Purr A. and Elizabeth Hrnsler, bor.
McOUl and Annl. N. Orore.'bor.
John and Jolla Garin. bor.
Michael J. and Catherine Cook. bor.
COLORED.
Lrlihton O. and GeorgeanU Tilbert. cirl.
Theodore and Amr Harper. cirL
Thomas B. and Annie Grifan. bor.
DCATII RECORD.
WHTTK.
Berta StrlcUer. 32 rears. Tuberculosis Hospital.
Albert N. Dieter. 87, Gonmment Hosptul Insane.
Thomas J. Kellr. 60, Goreramrnt Hospital Insane.
Robert U. Diris. 72. Proridencs BospltaL
Imli B. Psrn.. 27. CoInmbU Hospital.
Annl. E. O'NttL 60. 617 th St. nw.
Jobs S. Ediar. 68. OoTtrmnent Hospital Insans.
Milas Reniek, C George WathlngUn Unlr. HospU
COLORKa
Henrr R. Crownrr, 41, 1704 llth St. sw.
Onsley Waahinftoo. 94. Uorrrnme&t Hospt. Insace.
Mirr Ann Lewis. 73, Stoddard Home, Garfield,
Panax pssUav JZTabensistlj JiojBttil,
LET DOG SILL CAT.
8a Robert Paean Is Fined" B ta tho
Police Court.
Bobert Pagan waa fined V In the Police
Court yesterday for permitting his bull
dor to kill a cat. The specific chorea
waa cruelty to animals. It was alleged
that Pagan assisted the canine by boot
ing the cat unmercifully.
"Judge, 1' didn't kick that cat." said
Pagan. "I Just pushed It with my foot."
Tut, tut," replied the court; "that
won't pass. For, my good friend, what
Is a kick but a push of the foot with a
Uttle force behind ltl"
Pagan was fined an additional $5 for
permitting the dog to roam the streets
unmuzzled.
RIOT IN BELFAST.
Troops Called Ont to Quell Demon
stration of Strikers.
Belfast, Ireland July 2t Rioting broke
out early to-day around the Harland &
Wolff ship yards, when a number of
men returning to work under police pro
tection were attacked by strikers and
their aj-mpathlzers.
A fierce battle raged In the street for
half an hour. The strikers hurled Iron
nuts and other missiles at the strike
breakers and police, and were repeatedly
charged by the latter, who swung their
riot sticks with bloody effect. Several
policemen were Injured, and the rioters
were not dispersed until a detachment
from the Cheshire regiment which yes
terday waa assigned to riot duty at the
plant came up at the double quick and
charged the mob.
On DouRherty'a Trull.
Word was received by the police yes
terday to the effect that Frank Dough
ertj. who Is wanted as an accomplice In
the killing of John Spencer, was fleeing
to Boston In an attempt to elude the po
lice. A reward of 1100 Is offered for his
capture. A motion was filed In the Su
preme Court yesterday for the release on
ball of John J. Patton. who Is being held
In connection with the murder. Police
Capt. John C. Dalley and Officers W. J.
Rogers and B. F. Williams also tiled affi
davits bearing on the detained man's
good record previous to his arrest.
Named si Bank Examiner.
John L. Proctor, of Minnesota, was
appointed national bank examiner yes-tirdaj-.
Mr. Proctor Is a special ac
countant In the Department of Justice,
and has made several investigations of
violations of the national bank act.
ARE YOU
GOING TO"
NEW YORK?
Day or night, the splen
didly equipped trains of the
Baltimore and Ohio Rail
road make travel a pleas
ure from Washington to
Philadelphia and New
York. Electric fans cool
the cars, and the tunnel un
der the city of Baltimore is
thoroughly ventilated and
kept free from smoke and
gases by the use of electric
motors which haul the
trains.
The route to New York
is through unusually attrac
tive country.
The trains terminate at
Jersey City, where passen
gers take ferries either to
Liberty St. for the down
town business district, or to
West 23d St. for the up
town hotel district. This
feature is particularly de
sirable in summer.
At night, the sleepers are
placed for occupancy in
Union Station at 10 p. m.
On arrival at Jersey City
they arc placed outside of
the station, where the morn
ing air is cool and fresh
with ocean breezes. Pas
sengers may remain in
sleepers until 8 o'clock.
Returning from N e w
York at night, sleepers are
placed at Jersey City Sta
tion at 10 p. m., where pas
sengers may retire in com
fort. If you will telephone
Main 1591, all arrange
ments for your trip will be
made without the necessity
of your calling at the office.
S. B. HEGE,
District Passenger Agent,
15th Street and New York
Avenue.
ALFORD'S
TYPEWRITTEN LETTERS
Bring back replies, because each
order receives the same personal
attention. Irrespective of size.
You will find our letters free
from dark edges, broken type,
typographical errors, &c
You can safely Intrust Impor
tant form letters to us, being as
sured that they will be carefully
edited and delivered on time.
2,000 LETTERS, S4.03
ALFORD LETTER COMPANY
District Xatlonal Bank Building,
1406 G Street
'Pstoae Mala TBOC
iEI
" lONQOM.
Semi-Annual
Clearance Sale
of Luggage.
Nearly S00 trunks of the in
imitable Becker quality are in
cluded !n this sale at mate
rially reduced prices. A splen
did opportunity for you to pro
vide needed luggage for the
vacation trip at a considerable
saving. The sale starts to
day, and these specials lllus
etrate the values:
Dress and General
Purpose Trunks
FOR LADIES AND MEN.
Those of vulcanized hard
fiber, beautiful exterior color
combination; dainty lining;
quilted tops: perfect tray ar
rangement. The -ery best and
strongest trunks made:
J1S.00 Trunks for S13.M
J22.00 Trunks for Jtt.50
JiiCO Trunks for COCO
833.00 Trunks for J27.'
Duck-covered Trunks.
These have fiber or rawhide
binding, brass and bronze
trimmings, beauUful linings,
excellent tray arrangement,
JI5.M Trunks for J12.00
823.00 Trunks for J15CO
J2C0O Trunks for. J18.S0
832.00 Trunks for 820 00
JiOOO Trunks for. 823.00
Others reduced to as CQ 1 C
low as v'.J
Skirt Trunks.
Deep hat tray; Z to 4 skirt
trays and ample space for
other necessaries: length. 43
and 44 Inches. All fiber, duck,
and fiber body; rawhide bind
ing. &c.
J18 00 Trunks for. atOO
J2S.00 Trunks for. J1T.00
327.00 Trunks for 122.00
S3LS0 Trunks for 823.00
Steamer Trunks.
Regulation length as preer!b-
ed by S. S. companies, lengths
Ji to 42 ncl es. Made of vul
canized fiber, also combination
of duck, fiber, and rawhide.
Feather-weights as well as
regulars.
J22 00 Trunks for tlSIM
828 00 Trunks for. 818.00
824 00 Trunks for. J16 00
J17 00 Trunks for. $12.75
J14 00 Trunks for. 810.W
Others reduced to JS.00, 15.73,
and down to JL73.
HAT TRUNKS Ca
pacity 6 to 18 hats with
trays for veils, gloves, &c.
Former prices, $36.00 down
to $10.00. Now $25.00
down to $7.00.
WEEK-END TRUNKS.
Combination Hat, Shoe,
and Waist Trunks.
Shoe Trunks, built to car
ry shoes with trees.
Sportsmen's Trunks. ,
Golf Trunks, 53 inches
long; light enough to
carry in the hand.
Carriage and Cab Trunks.
Motor Trunks, for tire
and rear of car.
Trunks built especially for
for men.
Becker's Wardrobe
Trunks steamer and full
sizes acknowledged to be
the peer of present-day
Wardrobe Trunks.
All come under the ban
of clearance at a substan
tial reduction in price.
Every Traveling Bag. Suit
Case. Portmanteau. Kit Bar.
Visiting Case is reduced to
from IS to 25 per cent off
former price.
All Ladles' Handbags re
duced 23 per cent.
Becker's
Leather Goods Co.,
1324-1326 F St. N.W.
South Side, near llth St.
ANY
THING
WHERE
TIME
BY
VAN EMON'S
LINCOLN PARK PHARMACY
13th and East Capitol Sts.
Day Phones L 1104-2774
Right Phone L 1125
Capital
Undivided profits over.
Deposits over
.11,000.000
. 1,000,000
. 6.9 00.0 00
Travelers
IN ALL PARTS
OF THE WORLD
use the TRAVELERS'
CHECKS and LETTERS
OF CREDIT issued by this
bank.
Safe and easy to carry
universally available.
National Savings
and Trust Company.
Cor. ISth and N.Y.Avs.
CyFOBTT-SIXTH TT.AR.
Clot 5 P. M.
Linsburgh&Bro.
421 ti 426 7th St
417 U'425 tthSL
$1.25 and $1.48
Slip-Over Gowns
97c
Blip-over Gownr: made of ex
cellent quality nainsook and
crepe: trimmed with lace, em
broidery, beading, and i"
ribbon. Regularly 21.25 VC
and 21.48. Special.
xiainsoutt; several Bbjrjca. iuw
neck and short sleeves; trimmed
with lace, embroidery, and rib
bon: sizes 14 to 17. Reg- 0
tilarly 11.25 and J1.48. 5jC
Rebuilding: Sale price... w
Corset Covers; made of good
quality cambric and nainsook:
trimmed with rows of lace, em
broidery, beading, and ribbon;
sizes 36 to 41. Regularly r f
29c to 35c Rebuilding ZajC
Out. A. Moddnan. Gears fs. ITrsaaT.
12th and G
Gas Ranges &
Gas Changes
Estimates Freely Given
BIG STOCK
Clark Jewel
Gas Ranges
Old Gas Ranges Relined, Re
paired, and made good as new.
MUDDIMAN
& CO.
616 12th St. 1204 C St.
DOUBLE STORE
Established 187 J. TeL. North IS9L
S.H.HINES&SON
Undertakers, Emba!mers,and
Funeral Directors
1715 14th Street N.W.
Prices and Terms Made for Lota and
Burial Sites.
Washington. D. C. Philadelphia, Pa.
Cemetery Lota Bought. Sold, and
Exchanged. Cremation Arranged.
Best Service Guaranteed
All kinds of wood, cloth, and metal
caskets furnished at moderate
prices.
I Christian Xander's
AMPELOS $0.50
PUNCH L Gallon
A prpolu WUta EXrptico Funeb.
909 Seventh St.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
noLDEita or the polijOwino tickets or
th. CijlUl TrieUcn Efplorr.' BfUef Aucdatlon
Eiennloo an ratitlfd to U folimrizs; rnmimai la
car tKlrts . SH. S3). No. 1CS. 0; !soa. JH
ard TOM. eidi. X " T. 10". m. 2CT. CU.
felt, (OS. SSI, and S5TI. II fi- rrnrnt tickets at
offlc of Secretary. SUh and M Sta. w.
SA T IT Money, Time
v '-'and Trouble
By having; us supply your
Freezing Salt and
Flavoring Extracts
iCyWrttu or rtonew o axmnarrt Kiprpill4.
B. B. EARNSHAW Ct BRO.,
-Wholesalers, llth and 31 Sta. S. E.
TIAVI SCIEXCB Or HEALTH. NATURAL.
nocsardal; UO-n. book free. Apdr br mail. M
Colorado Bids. Fm lector, tor vomm Wsdatf
diss at 13) a ss. Jss-tf
FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
GEORGE P. ZDRH0RST,
SOI EAST CAPITOL ST.
Eltlbllitri lSg. CHA3. B. ZCBH0R3T. Mas.
J. WILLIAM LEE, Faaeral Director
aad Zmbalmtr. LlTery in coa&ectloa. Commodlou.
Chipe! snd llodera Crrmstocitun. Modest price,
d reunjiTiEl Are. se. Ttlipboa. Mala USA.
W. R. SPEARE.
mtUUIi DIBECTOR AND EMBAUIZB.
940 F Street N. W.
WAsm.saro.v. d. a
hones Main i
TRANK A. SPEARE. Manar.
FUNERAL DESIGNS.
GEO. C. SHAFFER,
Beantlral Flcril Dalits, str? macoabl. bt pnea
Phoo. ICI Mtto. lttb A Ej. Sta sv.
FUNERAL FLOWERS
Of Ztitt DeacxipUoo-Modtnttli Priced,
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