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6 THE WASHINGTON WASIIIN V TON TIMES SUNDAY SUNrAY31AY MAY 31 l 19O O t
GUARDS GOOD WORK WORKON WORIOf WORK9N
ON Of 9N RIFLE RANGE
Better Attendance Than in inAny inAny inAny
Any Previous Year and andBetter andB andBtter
Better B tter Scores Made Than ThanEverMajor ThanEver ThanEverMajor
EverMajor Ever i1H jor Bell Highly HighlyPleased HighlyPleased HighlyPleased
Pleased PleasedMoney PleasedJiloney PleasedMoney
Money Needed to Send the theAmerican theAmerican theAmerican
American Team to Eng England E1glandT EnglandTh ¬
land landT landTh To Contest for the thePalma thePalo1a thePalma
Palma Trophy TrophyWashing TrophyWashington Washing Washington ¬
ton Slowrto Contribute ContributeThe
The District of Columbia national nationalguardsmen nationalguardsmen nationalguardsmen
guardsmen spent most of their time last lastwook lastwook lastwtok
wook at the outdoor rifle range at Ord Qrdway Ordway Ordway
way and by Tuesday Tues ny of o this this week all of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the official practice for the spring sprJngsea sprJngseason sea season sonson ¬
son will wlUhavo have been finished Major Jame3 Jame3E
E Bell the earnest hard working In Inspector inspector lnspector ¬
spector general of ofrifie rifle practice of o the thelocal thelocal thelocal
local citizensoldiery says sa s the men have havetaken havetaken havetakenmore
taken takenmore more interest and have done bet better bett bettr ¬
ter t < f work this year than was ever done doneby doneby doneby
by Washingtons volunteers volunteersThis volunteersThJs volunteersThis
This is the result of f the work done by byMajor byJajor byMajor
Major Bell Belland and the other inspectors of ofrifle ofrUle ofrifle
rifle practice During the past few years yearsthese yea1Sthse yearsthese
these men have labored long and con conscientiously conEcientloush conscientloushy ¬
scientiously In the onduavor to interest interesttho interestth Interestthe
the th men In the ranks in rifle practice practiceard practicad practiceard
ard to make marksmen sharpshooters sharpshootersand
and experts of raw recruits They Th y per perfrtrce perf perfiirce
frtrce f rce had their troubles doing it but butat butat butat
at last their efforts have been rewarded rewardedia
ia fitting fashion and the mon the in instructors inEt1Uctors Intruetors ¬
structors and the National Guard are areall aret11 areall
all the better b ttcr for It ItGood i iaod Itood
Good aod Attendance AttendanceAt
At every cver days practice this spring the theattendance theattcn theattendance
attendance attcn ance has been more than twice twicem twicehuge
m r large as It was last year and in al almost almORt almsL ¬
most every instance the scores have not notonly notonly notonly
only been better than any others pre previously preylously previously ¬
viously recorded but far above tho aver average ayt average > r rnge ¬
age During the first weeks practice the themen themen themen
men shot to qualify as a marksmen and andivhen andben antiwhen
when ben the survival of the fittest came camethose camethos camethoa
those > who qualified as marksmen were wereretained wereretained e1e e1eretaIned
retained to try to qualify as experts expertsOn oxpertsOn expertsOn
On Tuesday Tuesda next the men who stand up upthp upth upthc
thc th longest and have the best scores scoreswill scoreswlll scoreswill
will be fullfledged experts with tho thorlie thod therI2
rlie d rI2 > Major Bell accounts for the great greatimprovement greatimprovement greatimprovement
improvement in attendance and work workby workb workby
by b the fact that this year ear all al of the theconditions theconditions theconditions
conditions are most favorable for the theguardsmen tbeguardsmen theguardsmen
guardsmen and the local militiamen are areIn urcin arein
In competition with those of all of f the theStates theStates theStates
States and Territories In the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States StatesIn StatesIn StatesIn
In November Major Bell will send sendto sendto sendto
to the Secretary of War a report reporton
on the scores s orcs of the members of oftho otthe ofthe
the District Districtf Districtsoldiery soldiery The Tb e District Districtboys DIstrictboys Districtboss
boys work f will nih be compared with withthat niththat ith iththat
that of the iuar4lm guardsmen i of f t other othervolunteer oth othervolunteer
volunteer organizations In this t ls country countryand countryand i iand
and It Is the purpose of Major Bell as asvell aswell aswell
well as each of the men who handle the therifle UierWe therifle
rifle that the District of Columbia shall shallhead shallhad shallhead
head the list and not not grace the last rung runsof rungof rungof
of the ladder Major Bell firmly be believes beUrves belitres ¬
lieves his mens work will wlllstand stand out In Intold intold inlohd
told relief when compared with that tbatother of ofother ofother
other organizations organizationsThe
The Shooting of George Deitz DeitzAlthough DeitzAlthough DeItZAlthough
Although it was believed the accident accidentwhich acCidentwhich accidentwhich
which occurred at the range Tuesday Tuesdayafternoon Tucsdayafternoon Tuesdayafternoon
afternoon when George L Deitz received receiveda
a bullet wound in the head from iro a rifle rifleIn rifi rifiin Ifl Iflin
In the hands of Frank Roche would wouldhave wouldhave wouldhave
have a fatal termination the phy physicians physldansat phisicians ¬
sicians sldansat at the Emergency EmergeneyHosp Hospitalwhere Hospital Bospttalhere ial ialhere
where here DeItz is treated have cleared cloarednway clearedaway clearedaway
away the cloud of gloom by y announcing announcingthat ann uri lng lngtbat
that Deitz Is practically practica ily out of danger dangerand dangerand dangerand
and will In all likelihood recover r rov over r from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the wound woundThe wouudThe woundThe
The accident occurred about 130oclock 130 130oclock 130oclock
oclock Tuesday afternoon when Com Company cobt cobtpnny Cpi Cpipany ¬
pany D Sixth Battalion Second Regi Regiment Regiment Begmeat ¬
ment D C N G was was ordered out for forIts forIts forIts
Its official practice pr etlee on the range range Both BothDeltz B BothDeitz ih ihDltz
Deltz and Roche are members of thecommand the thecommand thecommand
command Roche had had luck on n hi 1iistrln histring h1string
string strln at 200 yards ards and nndaUer after luncheon lunehooaha luncbeonhai
ha hai i been served be spent a short s ort lIme lImein tlalein tinieIn
in looking over the rifle that th t had been beenrsTjed beenl beenFted
l rsTjed l1ed to him He placed empty shells shellsID
In the theri11e rifle to see what was the th matter matterwith matt mattera i I Iah
with a ah It1 It and a d later put P ut a loaded shell in inbecause inbecause
because be < au8e the empty ones did not no work workthe W9xkthe vprkthe I
the same as the full Atfer discerning discerningwhat discerninghnt
what hat the thetroublo trouble was as with the piece pl cE he helaid helaid 1 1bid
laid it on the grass Ta88 about thirty feet feetfrom feetfgom e t tm
from m a blanket upon which Corporals CorporalsI CorporalsXeitz i
I nc1tz > eltz Scroggins and several other othertoldlers atherfaldiers othertold1ers
toldlers werd lolling Hu lay near the thepiece thepiece 1 1p
piece p ce for some time and when he arose aroseMK arosehI aroseJIr
MK hI finger accidentally touched the their trig trigger trg trggr g ggr ¬
gr and the rifle was discharged dischargedDeitz dlscbargedDeitz dischargedDelis
Deitz Will Recover RecoverIt
It was WaBuot not believe < 1 anyone had been beenhurt beenhurt beenhurt
hurt but the tbcoIDcer officer of the day repri reprimanded reprimanded roprimended ¬
manded Roche for discharging the piece piecefrom piecefrom piecefrom
from any place other than the firing firingline firingIIDe firingline
line Later Scroggins discovered that thatDeltz thatDcltr thatDeit7
Deltz was unconscious and when he 1e re removed removed removed ¬
moved the hat from Daitzs head he hefound hefound hefound
found a deep bullet wound on tho head headThe headIhc headThe
The wounded soldier was taken to the tbeEmergcncy theEmergency theEmergency
Emergency Hospital and by order of ottbo ottbotmmandlng the thocommanding thecommanding
commanding officer Roche was 1vas arrested arrestedTnder arrestedrnder arrestedrnder
rnder the able treatment of the Emer EmerRrncy Emerglncy Emergncy
Rrncy Hospital physicians Deitz ban banbeen haafCen busbeen
been restored to consciousness and will willrecover wIllrecover willrecover
recover The Maryland authorities In Investigated Inl Inwstigated ¬
vestigated l Ugated the shootingand hooUng and as the Dis District District Dietrict ¬
trict of Columbia National Guard offi officials otIIdais othidale ¬
dais would not prosecute Roche ho was wasreleased wasnleased wasreleased
released but some further action may maybe mAVbe maybe
be taken later by the Guard officials officialsAt
At t the end of the next nextfi fiscal cal year yourall yourallof onrall onrallof all allof
of the men who have qualified as marks marksnrcn mnrksIf marksIren
nrcn If n sharpshooters and experts at this thlefirings thftfot thisjrings
firings fot rings practice will be decorated with withrrotabara withCTCJf withcrossbars
crossbars CTCJf > Ubars and medals and d judging from fromthe tromtb fromtbt
the tb work In the past week weekor or ten days daysIt
It will be literally a decoration day dayGcne dayGJne II IIG
Gcne G ne to Sea Girt for iorPracticc iorPracticcFrIday forPracticeFriday Practice PracticeFriday
Friday night Privates George E Cook Cookend Cookrnct Cookanti
end Samuel Wothernldot Wotherald of the Second SecondDistrict SecondDstrict SecondDstrict
Dstrict of Columlfa Regiment left leftfor lefffOJ leftfor
for Sea Girt to practice 1rncti rifle shooting shootingjjrior shootinglirior hootInglrior
jjrior lrior to going to BIsloy England to toahoot toMot toEthot
Mot for the Palma Trophy These
men who unquestionably arc two of the themost themeat themost
most remarkable shots that ever should shouldered sbouldred shouldcred ¬
ered red rifles are products of the District Districtoi
oi 0 Columbia and the Washington citizen citizensoldiery citizensoldloro citizensoldiery
soldiery They have both by their 6X7 6X7ccllent ex excllont cxc1Ient
ccllent work won positions on the team teamwhich teamwhlc11 teamwhich
which goes to England E land on June 13 to tobring taLring toLijug
bring back the Palma Trophy which the theBritishers theDritlshers theBritishers
Britishers captured ca turod from the Canadians Canadianslast Canadianslns Canadianslnst
last lns year The TheAboard Aboard board of judges decided decidedto
to t have the men m n practice at Sea Girt Girtfrom Girtrom Girtfrom
from rom May 30 to taJune June 13 in n order to get getinto getinto getinto
into condition f for r the match which whichwHl whichw whichwell
well w ll be held on the theBisley Blsley range July Jul 11 11Washingtons 11Washingtons 11Washingtons
Washingtons two representatives ar arrived arricdnt arrived ¬
rived ricdnt at Sea Girt yesterday and Immo Immodintel Immediately immoclintely ¬
diately dintel started practicing with ith the other othercandidates othercandidates othercandidates
candidates The work will wtllbe be hard from fromrow fromOW fromnow
row OW until June 13 but as a result of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the preliminary work the judges jJdgefth hope pe
10 have the strongest team of eight men menthat menthat menthat
that ever defended the red white wbiteand wbiteandblue and andblue andblue
blue banner bannerThe bannerThe bannerThe
The National Rifle Association of ofAmerica ofAmerica ofAmerica
America has charge c of the team and is isat isat ISat
at present striving to collect 8000 with withwhich withwhich withwhich
which to defray the expenses of the men menwho menwho menwho
who will go over to England The mem members members members ¬
bers of the team will be carried across acrossthe acrossthe acrossthe
the pond In royal style wined dined en entertained entertained entertained ¬
tertained and afforded every eer comfort comfortAll comfortAll comfortAll
All this requires money and the asso association assocIation assoelation ¬
ciation purposes to get the required requiredfunds requhedfunds requlxedfunds
funds by popular subscription New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York has three YepresentativeSi New NewJersey NewJersey NewJersey
Jersey has several and the District of ofColumbia orColumbia ofColumbia
Columbia has two men on the team It ItIs ItIs ItIs
Is purposed to have each of the cities citiescontribute citiescontribute citiescontr1bte
contribute proportionately to their rep representation representation representation ¬
resentation It is also said that most mostof mostof mostof
of the NewYork New Yarkand and New Jersey regi regiments reglmcnts regimeats ¬
meats will contribute 100 each eachThere eachThere eachThere
There still remain thirteen days before beforethe beforotho beforethe
the team starts on Its journey across the thobriny thebriny thebriny
briny but Lieut Albert 3 So Jones sec secretary secretary seeretary ¬
retary of the association has received receivedonly re receivedonly elved elvedonly
only 3000 of the 8000 which is to tobe tobe tobe
be collected leaving 5000 to be procur procured procured ¬
ed yet yetGeneral yetGeneral yetGeneral
General Harries believes that WashIngtons Washingtons Wash Washingtons ¬
ingtons representation calls for a con contribution contributian contrlbutioa ¬
tribution of about 700 O0 hut that amount amountIs
Is not forthcoming simply because becausethe bocaustho becausOthe
the general says It should be contribut contributed ¬
ed It Is suggested that the guardmen and andtheir an antholr andtheir
their friends who are Interested in rifle riflepractice riflepractice riflepractice
practice and perhaps a few or a large largenumber largenumbor largenumber
number of prominent citizens of Washington Wash Washington asb asbIngton ¬
ington contribute a dollar or two each eachand eachand
and In that way raise the muchneeded muchneededfunds muchneededfunds muchneededfunds
funds It has already been commented commentedupon cammentedupon commentedupon
upon that while Washington has two twomon twomon twomen
mon on the team and claims that five fiveof fiveot fiveof
of the men on the team are products pro ucts of ofthe otthe ofthe
the District of Columbia she has not notas notas notas
as yet made any startling noise in the thefinancial theflnanclal thefinancial
financial camp campGeneral campGenoral campGeneral
General Harries is a member of the theNational theXational theNational
National Rifle Association and is the theWashington theWaahington theWashington
Washington representative of the or organization arganizatton organizatton ¬
ganizatton He would wouldbe be pleased to re receive rec rec
ceive c ive any contributions contrlbutlonshowcver however large largeor
or small from all persons in Washing Washington WashingtDn
ton tDn who have aycl takenanintercstl1i taken anInterest an interest In the theGuardsmen UfeGuatdsmen theGiardsmen
Guardsmen an and L their work or It Is re reported J JportoIth reportedthat ¬
ported portoIth portedthat that t Col C l Henry HenryMay May oftbe of the First FirstDistrict Firstmstdet FirstDistrict
District of Columbia Regiment has con contributed contributed coniributed ¬
tributed 25 toward the fund leaving leavingonly lealngonly leavingonly
only G75 to be b collected collectedAnnual collectedAnnual collectedAnnual
Annual Encampment EncampmentIt
It was stated yesterday morning that thatplans thatpllins thatplans
plans for the annual ann al encampment encampment of the theNatldnal theXatijnnl theNatidnal
Natldnal Guard had been completed completedThis completedThismaj completedThis
Thismaj This may or may not be true but it is iscertain isCertain istertain
certain General Harries who Is making makingthe makingthe makingthe
the arrangements has not given out o t any anyinformation anyInCormation anyinformation
information regarding the outing nor norwill norwill norwill
will he do so until several days before beforethe beforethe beforethe
the boys leave Washington It is isrumored isrumored Isrumored
rumored that the boys will wlllbe be taken takendown tak takendown n ndown
down the theriver river to a point contiguous to toFort toF toFort
Fort F rt Hunt on the Virginia banks of the thePotomac theotamae thePotomac
Potomac otamae Camp will prabably be beestab beestab1isncd estab established established ¬
lished there and on different days de detachments deta detafibments ¬
tachments ta hments will wlllbe be sent out on practice practicemarches practiceD3rches practicemarches
marches It is said a detachment detachmentOf
Of marines from the Washington WashingtonBarracks WashingtonBarracks VashlngtQnBarracks
Barracks and one of troopers from fromEprt fromRQri fromFort
Fort RQri Myer as well as part or all of the theFourth tbeFourtb theFourth
Fourth Battery of field artillery will willaccompany willaccompan willaccompany
accompany the guardsmen on their out outing outIng outIng ¬
ing The men will probably be trans transported transp transported ¬
p ported rted to the camp on a specially char chartered chartered chartered ¬
tered steamer while the Fern and Onei Onelday Oneidrot Oneidxr
day drot dxr of the District of Columbia Naval NavalReserve NayaJReSfrvo NavalResrvo
Reserve will carry carr the officers Al Although Althaugh l lthough ¬
though General Harries has notan notannounced not an announced n n1ouncodthe ¬
nounced 1ouncodthe the date on whlch whlchtheencamp whlchtheencampment whichhe he encamp encampment encampmeat ¬
ment will begin some persons say July
23 2 will mark its opening openingBEAUTIFUL openingBEAUTIF1JL openingBEAUTIFUL
BEAUTIFUL WASHINGTON WASHINGTONBeautiful WASHINGTONBeautlful WASHINGTONBeautifui
Beautiful Washington Is the title titleofa tit1cota titleofa
ofa handsome volume descriptiveof of the thtCapital theC theCapital
Capital C pltal which CQl John A Joyce has hasjust hasjust has3ust
just Issued The book is dedicated dedicated to tothe tothe tothe
the purity and patriotism of the Amen American Amencan mtrIcan ¬
can people whose bravery and blood for formore farmore formore
more than a century have cemented the thefoundation thef thedupdation
f foundation updatl n stones and structures of the theNational theXatlonal theNational
National Capital and solidified forever foreverthe forevertbe foreverthe
the union of the great Republic RepublicJn Republiclabia
Jn labia his preface prcta e to the book Colonel ColonelJoyce ColanelJoyce ColonelJoyce
Joyce compares Washington with Lon London London Lendon ¬
don and Paris and says of the Ameri American American Amencall ¬
can capital The young Republican RepublicanGiant RepublicanGiant RepublicanGiant
Giant 01 the West is the superior of ofancient orancient ofancient
ancient cities In the tbeptomulgation promulgation of ofuniversal ofuniversal ofuniversal
universal education education mechanical and andscientific andsclntlfic andscientific
scientific Invention commercial progress progressliberty progressliberty progressliberty
liberty equal rights and prosperity of ofall ofall ofall
all mankind mankindColonel mankIndColonol mankindColonel
Colonel Joyces book opens with a ashort nshort ashort
short review of the history of early earlyWashington earlyVashlngtcm earlyWashington
Washington and the pioneers who es established es established s stablished ¬
tablished the Capital City on the site olan ofan of ofan
an Indian village Arlington Mount MountVernon MauntYernon MountVernon
Vernon and other places of historic in interest Intorest intorost ¬
terest are described in a readable man manner mannero manncr ¬
ncr nero nnd the book concludes with a adescription aoscrlpUon aozcription
description of ottha the monuments uments in the city citythe citythe citythe
the Corcoran Art Gallery and other pub public public public ¬
lic buildings Anecdotes of prominent prominentmen
men brighten the thepagcs pages of the book and andshow audJ andshow
show J the authors intimate acquaintance acquaintancewith
with the statesmen of the last twenty twentyfive twentyfive
five years oars The book Is from the press pressof presof pressof
of Gibson Bros BrosTREATY UrosTREATY BroeTREATY
TREATY IN PERIL PERILCOLON PERILCOtoN PERILCOLON
COLON Colombia May M 30 30From Rrom a amost amost amost
most authentic and semiofficial source sourcein sourceIn sourceinBota
in inBota Bogota B gota it has been learned that the theColombian theC theC
Colombian C omblan congress Is almost certain to toreject torojoct toreject
reject the Panama Canal treaty In its itspresent itsprosent itspresent
present form It is added that open openoiosition openoosltIan Openoosttioa
oiosition to the measure is encounter encountered ¬
ed everywhere
SHADOWEO HIS WifE WifEACROSS 1F 1FAtIItj8
ACROSS THE CONTINENT CONTWEHTStrange CONTINENTI OT1E1Strange I
Strange Story of Mr and Mrs MrsGra MrsGraham Gra Graham Graharn
ham of Kansas KansasKANSAS Kansas1XSAS KansasKANSAS
KANSAS CITY Mo fo May Iny30Frank Iny30FrankGr 30 30Frank 30FrankGraham Frank FrankGraham
Graham Gr bam a miner from Mineral Kan Kanhas Ka Ka1ms Kanhas
has just passed through here wHhhls wHhhlswfe with his hiswife hiswife
wife whom he was taking back back to his hishcme hisheme hishcrne
hcme after a chase of more than thana thanathcutand a athousand athcu5and
thousand miles He followed followedher fol1owedher her when whensho wbenElho whenshe
she left her homein home in the mining regions regionshist regionslast regionslast
last month to Salisbury NI N C to pre prevent preYEnt prevent ¬
vent her from meeting another manGraham man manGrahamtold manGraham
Grahamtold Graham told the story and Mrs frs Gra Gratarn Gra GraYam Gralam
tarn corroborated the tale He said she sheTina sbehH shehnd
Tina started to North Carolina to visit visita
a sister The day before her departure departurel
10 1 found a letter written from Kansas KansasCity KansasCity KansasCity
City signed HH H C Haase which whichshowed whichshowed whichshowed
showed that arrangements had beenmade been beenmade beenreade
made for a meeting 1Jle ting at the Union Depot Depoti Depot1Yltbout
i Without saying anything to his wife wifeGraham wifeGraham wifeGraham
Graham boarded the rear of the same sametrain samtrain samttrain
train and made the entiretrip entlre trIp to the theEastern theEastern theEastern
Eastern coast without her knowing know1nghc know1nghcwa he hewas hewas
was wa along She learned it hall all when one oneday Oneday ne neda
day da in Salisbury he called upon her herShe berShe herShe
She then confessed confessedMis confessedlrs coufqssedS
S
S Mrs lrs Graham says the affair started startedthrough startedthrough startedthrough
through a matrimonial bureau She and andHaase andHnaSe andHaaSe
Haase correspondQd for many weeks weeksHaase weeksHaase weeksHaase
Haase represented himself to be a awealthy awealthy awealthy
wealthy retired minister When she de decided decIded docided ¬
cided to go g to North Carolina be prom promised pxomIsed ptomised ¬
ised to meet her in the Kansas City Cityunion CityunIon Cityunion
union depot She sh was to wear oar a pink pinkribbon pinkribbon pinkribbOn
ribbon on her left shoulder with her in initials initials initials ¬
itials printed thereon He was to wear wearone wearone wearone
one on his shoulder with her initials initialsShe initialsShe initialsShe
She came to the depot and looked and andwatched andwatched andwatcbed
watched In vain for Haase Finally Finilll she shegave shegave shegave
gave it up upGraham upGraham upGraham
Graham was watching her all the thetime thltime thetime
time Mrs Irs Graham then started to taNorth toNorth toNorth
North Carolina and he followed At AtSalisbury AtSallsburylrs AtSalisbury
Salisbury Sallsburylrs Mrs Graham went to the post postoffice postoffice postoffice
office and got two letters Ittt rs one from hr herhusband hrhusband hrhusband
husband and one from Haase And then thenGraham thenGraham thenGraham
Graham made his appearance app appbarance arnnce and soon soonthey soonthey soonthey
they started back for their home in inKanras InKamas InKaaras
Kanras Mrs lrs Graham was willing to go gobut gobut gobut
but on the way she decided that she shewanted shewanted shewanted
wanted to see Haase To this iier iierbus iierbusband hue husband hueband ¬
band consented and the two will remain remainuntil remainuntil remainuntil
until this morning morninrqna morningOne s sOne
One qna of o the letters Mrs JrsGraham Graham re received received roceived ¬
ceived from Haase asked her to meet meethim meethim meethimfi
him at the Willard Hotel 114 West WestNinth W WestNinth st stXlntb
Ninth Street this morning mo rn In g Graham Grahamsays Grahamsays Grahamsays
says she may do so but buth he is going to tobe tobe 10be
be close at hand handMr handlr I IMm
Mr lr and Mrs 1rs Graham left Mineral MineralKan MineralICan 1Ineralmm
Kan April 2S H C Haase was was regis reglstered rC1Itered registered
tered at the Willard House In West WestNinth 1V WestNinth st stNinth
Ninth Street on April prU30 prU30Ir 30 y yMr I IMr
Mr Ir and Mrs Irs Graham were were werernirried married m rried at atBeatrice atBeatrlccNeb atBeatricbINeb
Beatrice BeatrlccNeb Neb fourteen years ago agoller agollermaiden Her Hermaiden 11crmaiden
maiden name was Nellie ellie Wilcox Wl1 oxThey oxTheyhacno They Theyhaveno Theyhac
haveno hac no children childrenRECEIVED childrenRECEIVED childrenRECEIVED
RECEIVED RECEIVED AT VATICAN VATICA1ROME VATI A1r A1rRO K j jROME
ROME RO tfay Ia 80 0 Thomas Th1n s jSti St t John 3ohriGaffhey John JohnGaffney JohnGarne
Gaffhey Garne ofNew of LNEwYorkbas New York lorl has had several severallong severtllong severallong
long interviews i tcrv ews with Cardinals Rampolla RaIDpollanridSatolli BampoilaandSatolli RampollaandSatolli
andSatolli the former of a whom has ar arranged arrnngGd arranged ¬
ranged that Mr Gaffney shall be re received ruce1ved receJved ¬
ceived bythe b by the Popq POPE
SNWAIRED SNOWY HAIREO Mil MilWED HERMITliVED FRL1iTS
S WED L1VE IN UGLY CASTLEAbodef CASTLE CASTLEAbpdeof ASTLEAbode
Abode Abpdeof ot Strange Man M n Reached by byLadders byLadders byLadders
Ladders LaddersCLINTON LaddersqpNTON LaddersCLflTON
CLINTON qpNTON Iowa May Iai 20 20About About two twomiles taomiles wo woI11llessoutha
miles I11llessoutha south of Minelesla MlneleslaWis Wis on the theeast theensLsideof theeast
ensLsideof east side of the Mississippi River Is a amammoth amammoth amammoth
mammoth and ugly shaped castle in inwhich inwhlcbresldes inwhich
which whlcbresldes resides an old hermit with hnlr hniras hniraswhiteas as aswhite aswhite
white whiteas as asthe < the driven snow and with a abeard abcardrcllchlng abeardreaching
beard bcardrcllchlng reaching nearly to his waist This ThisRip ThisRIp ThisRip
Rip Van Winkle is said to be more than than100Y
100 100Y years r old and has resided in this thisstrange thisstrangei thisstrangeiace
strangei strange strangeiace jblace > lace In one of the most queer queerstructures queerJtructures queerntrueturcS
structures Imaginable for more than thanfifty thanfifty thanfifty
fifty years When this man manand and no naone one oneknows oneknows
knows 1 < 1ows his name or whence he became came or oreven oreven oreven
even a particle ofhis past history blstoryset blstorysettled set settled ¬
tled In the place where later he built builthis builthIs builthis
his strange abode there was no one near nearto nearto nearto
to trespass on his solitude and he chose chosean chosean chosean
an id ideal d alspot al spot to live the theUfe life of a hermit hermitHIshouse hermitHlshouse hermitHishouse
HIshouse Hlshouse is called Crazy CrazyMans Mans Cas Castle Castleand Castie ¬
tie tleand and the he name is no misnomer judg judging judging judging ¬
ing from fromIts Its ttsappearance appearance It is built on onpiling onpiling onpiling
piling and and is constructed of driftwood driftwoodand drlftwaodand driftwoodand
and pieces of wrecked boats On each eachof eachof eachof
of the four ourcorners corners are steeales tower towering towering towerlug
ing far abovo the rude roof roo The Thebuild ThebuildIngJs build buildIng buildlag
lag IngJs is three stories in n height the two twoupper twopperlloors twoupperfloors
upper pperlloors floors belnc bel reached by means of ofladders otladdors ofladders
ladders The The interior is isdllded divided into nu numerous numerous anmerous ¬
merous rooms roomstunlfarmly uniformly arranged The Thehouse Thebouse Thebqus
house is i large enough to accommodate accommodatetwo
two or three families At no time of the theyear theenr theyear
year enr is there a stove In the building and andwhen and andwhen andwhoa
when the thermometer begins to hover hoveraround hoveraround hoveraround
around the zero point the old hermit hermitseeks hermitseoys hermitseeks
seeks the friendly irlendlyshelter shelter of a cave cavewhere cavewhere cavewhere
where be h homade mode his hi home before he con constructed con constructedl1is construeted ¬
structed structedl1is his rude house houseThat houseThat houseThat
That there la i some deep mystery con connoated cannocted connocted
nocted w with th the life of this strange str nge her hermit hermit hermit ¬
mit of the th Mississippi no one has any anydoubt an andoubtwbo anydoubt
doubt doubtwbo who has baslm lmaskn6wn kiiown wn him for any length lengthof
of time tlm although he has but little to say sayand sayand sayand
and will not not talk of his past life which whichhas whichhas whichhas
has always al 21 S been shrouded in mystery It Itis Itis Itis
is saidthaLwben said that when he first landed in the thevicinity thedcinty thevicinity
vicinity he was well dressed and appear appeared ¬
ed to be a man of considerable refine refinement refinementlmmedlately reflnement ¬
ment mentlmmedlately Immediately he isolated hImself himscKfrom hImselffrom hlmselffrom
from mankind and soon adopted the thehab thehabits hab habits 1mbits ¬
its but butlIttle little above those of the aborigi aborigines aborlgltics ¬
nes tics and each year he has grown more morebarbaric morebarbaric morebarbaric
barbaric in his way wayGENERAL wayGENERAL wayGENERAL
GENERAL HUMPHREYTAKES HUMPHREY HUMPHREYTAKES HUMPHREYTAKES
TAKES CHARGE MONDAY MONDAYGen
S Gen Charles F Humphrey who ho was wasseveral wa waseveral vaseveral
several weeks ago appointed quarter quartermaster quartermaster quartermaster ¬
master general to succeed General Lud Ludington Ludington LudingtOfl
ington upon his retirement has arriv arrived arrlvcd arrived ¬
ed in Washington Was ashington lngton from rom Manila He ex expects expeets cxpoets ¬
poets to t < f assume 8sume his new newdutles duties tomorr tomor tomorrow tomorov ¬
row r v Genera Geri it1 Humphrey IS accompanied accompaniedby accompaniedby
by Capt i Archibald ArchtbaldW W Butt who was wasone wasoneothlsassStants tts ttsone
one oneothlsassStants of his assistants In the thePhIHpplnes thePhIHpplnesCaptilh1 Philippines PhilippinesCaptfclh PhilippinesCaptain
Captain > Butt will be assigned to duty dut In Inthe inthe Inthe
the quartermasters q utermasters department dep rtment here hereHe hereHe hereHe
He was w s formerly a wellknown weliknown news newspaperman n newspaperman ws wspapermn ¬
paperman having been the Washington Washingtoncorrespondent Wasblngtoncorrespondent Washingtoncorrespondent
correspondent of ofseveral several leading South Southern Southern Southera ¬
ern papers He entered th carmy short shortly shartly shortly ¬
ly before the SpanishAmerican St > war
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5 HIIIiiihI quisite merits of material materialand materialand materialsiIIIIIfi
siIIIIIfi i and artistic worth to tofc de deserve deserve deciiip ¬
ciiip serve our attention We Wedeem Wedeem Wetri
tri deem it imperatively our ourduty ourduty ourlf
lf t duty to improve any oppor opportunity ¬ t I Itunity
4 tunity that makes a con concession conj ¬
j 3 cession in price possible possiblestill possibleI I I IAnd
I 1 1i I still maintaining quality qualityAnd qualityS
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j1iPI yesterday and the day be before bejg
jg foreand fore and will buy againc againt again againtomorrow
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4 Suits Worth up lI to 2000 for or 1325 1325The i iThe
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they are most desirable dcsir ble Suits in the patterned effects they are arecut arecutin arecut
cut cutin in the latest fashion are made with every tailoring tailoringdetail tailoringdetail tailoringdetail
detail carefully observed J fitting tting with withunfaili unfailing g accuracy accuracyWORTHY ClcCUr accuracyWORTHY CY CYVORTHY
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Our daily rlniIyaul1ounceme1ts announcements arc plain pln statements of facts What we wehave wehave yehave
have to advertise we clothe in simple language lmgt age and the description and andprice 111dpricea tindprne
pricea prne price are e invariably in arvtbl supported SUOl ted by b the best values Y alue lues thatcan that can be found foundTherell foundSpring foundprhig
Spring andSoJmmerSillisz andSoJmmerSilliszTherell ard rnmer Siks SiksTherell
Therell be bargains galorcin this department Monday coming as it itdoes itdoes itdoes
does right on the th heels q ofa o a continuous advance a vunce in the price of silks silksThis silksThis silksThis
This event so far as the lowness of price is is not likely to occur again
New and stylish Checks and Nov Novelty Novcity oy oycity ¬
city Stripe Taffetas and loulslnes ina in inn ina
a very large assortment of colors colorsneat colorsneat colorsneat
neat new nc and dainty effects for forshirtwaist farshirtwaist forshirtwaist
shirtwaist suits separate waists waistsand waistsand waistsand
and dress purposes Splendid values valuesat
at per yard yard79c89c yard79c
79c89c 79c yard89c 89c 1008125 1008125Natural 100 125 125Natural 125Natural
Natural PongeE > all silk a afine a = r rfine >
fine quality and finish 19 in inwide a4 I i iwide
wide regularly 69c per yard yardPeau ard ardPeau c cPeau
Peau de Cygne all silk silkplain silkpJaJncIllngeable silkplain
plain pJaJncIllngeable changeable and a nd polka polkadot AC ACdot 11 11dot
dot effects 20 In wide regu regularJy regulanly IHS IHSlarly 6
larly SSc 85cyard 85cyard24inch yard yard24inch J < > J J24Inch
24Inch Sole de Crepe one of the thenewest thenewest timenewest
newest of ofsUk silk weaves soft clingy clingyand clingyand clingyand
and lustrous colors of white hite ivory ivorycream horycream ivorycream
cream pink light blue turquoise turquoisetan
tan and gray a regular regularwashable ytf ytfwashable
washable fabric value 100 100per 7H iV iVper J
per yard At AtBlack AtBlack a vy vyBlack
Black Taffeta all silk an a AjP AjPextra fl flextra
extra heavy quality 19 inI In 49C ffi tM tMwide t tI q qwide
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we weaves vcs the effects the combinations co IDinatio us of colorings besides besi es theres the low lowprices 51 51prices
prices prices Arent they sufficient reasons why you should shopliere shop Jicre SI 1
Silk Mousselino de d Sole 31 inches incheswide incheswide incheswide
wide colors Nile pink red cerise cerisereseda cedsreseda cerisereseda
reseda hello navy nav garnet garnet cadet cadetcream cadetcream cadetcream
cream rose roseUghtbluc light blue mats laven lavender lavendertan lavender ¬
der dertan tan gray and black blackThis < Tfj
This cloth we sold for 35c 35cFor 20 HL HLFor J
For this week only onlyWash onlyWash onlyWash
Wash Goods Dept DeptSth 8th St Annex Annex36Inch Annex36lnch Annex36inch
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coats Coatsan and d waist ist or dress dresscolors rJ iP iPcolors I
colors are pink and cream cream crea i i37c 2r HiL HiL37c
37c value for forWash fcO1 fcO1Wash J
Wash ash Goods Dept Dept8th 8th St Annex Annex40inch Annex401nch Annex40Inch I
40inch Lawn nice fine cloth clothsuitable clothsuitable
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all sheer materials colors are light lightblue lightS
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cerise cerlsecadet cadet garnet garnetcardnal cardinal grov grovturquoise gr grmyturquoise y yturquoise
turquoise mals purple purplebrown t fr frbrown >
brown lavender cream pcrPle13C and andblack i > 1 1black 1
black Regular 16c value for forWash vJ vJWash
Wash Goods Dept DeptSth 8th St Annex Annex31inch Annex31inch nr x x31nch 1
31inch Black Mercerized Voilewarranted Voile Voilewarranted
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color and finish finf h and look 100 k Just justlike QffVJP QffVJPlike I
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wide regularly S9c 9e per yard yardBlack yardS yardBlack v i iBlack
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Black Taffeta Tn 1eta all silk pure dye dyesplendid dyesplendid dyesplCadid
splendid quality high highluster T Tluster f
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ninny S139 139 yard 4 E oV oV36inch 0 036lnch e31inch
36inch Black Peau de deCygne ICCygno
Cygne Cygnohlghly highly recommended recommendedynluo recommendedvalue V Vvalue 98C I I4lnch
value 139 39 per yard at at24inch at24inch <
24inch Black Crepe de tieChine rw rwChine I IChine
Chine an exceptionally firm firmquality flnnquaUty fitrnquality 89C
quality value value12 12 yard atvj atvj27raeh at at21l11e11 at27iiieh <
27raeh Black Moire Velour Velourextra Velourextra Velourextra
extra wide with vigor vigorIJ vigoranti f s v vouo
anti mia watermarks value 1 8 00 23 a
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value < 119 per yard ard at B BlL BlL86inch o o36Inch e36inch
36Inch Black Taffeta TaCf ta f i I IWear
wear r guaranteed nraDteed t 1 19 14 14value q qvalue II IIvalue
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A AMighfy Mighty Host of Chpice White Goods GoodsOur
Our White Goods Department 8th Street Annex is fairly bubbling bubblingover 1
over o r with a t choice and fascinating fasc untiut variety of new n w Wash Goods There Thereis
is s an almost limitless assortment for selection and the < prices pdceswill will surely surelyinterest surelyinterest I
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An elegant bargain In 40Inch 40InchWhite 401nchWhite 40InchWhite
White Lawn such as Is gen p pctally > 1 1 r rWhite
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uall tinily worth lOc yard Far ForWhite 2 2WhltoMorcerlzed
WhltoMorcerlzed White Mercerized Madras is l one oneof oneof oneof
of the leading fabrics for waists wasts3ud wasts3udand and andand andand
and dresses These goods are im imported hnported imported ¬
ported dlreoily by us and the styles stylesare stylesare stylesare
are exclusive a value never neveroffered f > Ff Ffoffered
offered r at less than 35c yard y yardFor 25C HiC HiCFor
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100 pieces of 36Inch 36InchLong 36incbLong 36inchLong
Long Cloth 12 1 yards to rt j jthe < Tj F Fthe
the piece a a139 13D value valueFor valueFor 1 2 P PFor 5
For piece pleccMercerized 4 4 6 s sMercerized 4vy 4vyMercerized
Mercerized White 111t Linen Etamine Etaminethe Etamlnethe Etaminethe
the latest fabric for shirt pp ppwaists Af Afwaists
waists and suits 31 in wide widea ftflfiL ftflfiLa 60f
a 75c 5c value Special Specialat at yard VV
1 case mediumweight me iumwelght neat striped stripedand stripedand stripedmind
and figured White hlte Madras for shirt shirtwaists shlrtwalstsmd shirtwaists ¬
walstsmd waists amid suits 32 in inwide fl f J C < p pwide
wide has sold all season seas seasonat an 12 2 2 Tj i iat I
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HENRY THOMIfORDT THOMIfORDTFisfc r
Fish Game and andPoultry andPoultry andPoultry
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332 to 3S1 Center Market Phone M 2044 2044CCS10 2544fiS15
CCS10 Northern Liberty Market Phone E510 I
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SAVE THE CHILDREN CHILDRENTHIS
THIS SOCIETY is i endeavoring to help helplower hdplower hnlplower
lower the deuth rate in the District of Co Columbia Columbia Columimbia ¬
lumbia lumbiaTHIS lumbialIIIS lumimbiaTills
THIS SOCIETY is also endeavoring to tolessen toIlSQcn tolessen
lessen human misery anil to protect the ilialives th thIi thelives
lives Ii 1 of children and of persons in impaired impairedhealth impairlIlhealth impairedhealth
health healthTHIS healthTillS healthTIllS
TillS SOCIETY is convinced that con contnmiuuted contnmluuted conS
S tnmiuuted raw milk and cream arc largely largelyresponsible largeJrL largelyresponsible
responsible rL > for forSCAHLET forECAInET forECARIET
SCAHLET FEVER DIPHTHERIA DIPHTHERIAMEASLES DlPIlTIJEUIllESLES DIPIITIIEI1IAMESLES
MEASLES TYPHOID and other otherENTERIC otherEXTE11IC otherENTEI1IC
ENTERIC PlEASES D1EASESTHIS nmSESfillS PlEASESTillS
THIS SOCIETY has carefully studied the thesubject thesuhject thesubject
subject and concluded cOl1cJudcdthat cOl1cJudcdthatSCALDIJG that thatSCALDING thatSCALDIXG
SCALDING THE MILK MILKIs r11LIIs
Is the proper and simple precautionary precautionarymeasure precautionarymCMure premittinntryameasure
measure that scalding milk will not affect affectits affectits affectits
its digestibility di cstlblJity and that milk laws and andinspection andInspection andinspection
inspection while hil undoubtedly helpful offer offeronly offcronly offeronly
only partial protection After scalding scaldingkeep sc1JdlngkccJlcool scoldingS scoldingkeep
S keep kccJlcool cool and covered coveredSOC5ETY cocretlSOCETY coveredSOCIETY
SOCIETY FOR PREVENTION PREVENTIONOF
OF SICKNESS SICKNESSVc
We Vc favor astringent a ftrin ent law prohibiting the thesale thesale themle
sale mle or use In inJecqrdtull lee CrOam of any an CREAM CREAMnot ClUAl1not
not Pasteurized PasteurizedPhnhf PasteurizedPhone limsteurizedrPhone
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36inchWash 3inch fncb Wash Albatross Albllrossfar for waistand waist waistand
and full suits colors caIOIsare are tan pink pinkStay pinigray I
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black t and white t 2ie value B gc L
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finish warranted to o wash waslLand and cctaln cctalnIts netainus
Its black at the following prices I
30 inches i wide 15c value y val J ue for i2c 12C
32 inches wide wide25c 25c value for 20c
36 Inches wide Wid 35c value fpr30e for 30c1 30c
36 inches inch s wide 15c value v lue for37J2J for37J2JWash for for3V for3VWash 37h 37hWash f
Wash Goods Dept Dept8th 8th St Annex AnnexDimities AnnexDimIties AnnexDimities
Dimities Batiste Madras MndrnsanrI and andLawn andLawn f
Lawn We Ve claim to show 3hothe the largest largeststock larg largeststock st ststocle
stock in n thqse fabrics in the city citystyleg citystylcsrrcofnll citystyIC
styleg stylcsrrcofnll are of all the newest print urlntJngs printJngs nniatings
Jngs on both white and colored coloredgrounds coloredgrounds coloredgrounds
grounds and a alargeas large as < r t i r rsortraent >
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white printings Choice I B L LWash 2 2Wash
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Wash Goods Dept DeptSth 8th St StAhMX Annex AnnosImported Anneximported
Imported Fbulardettes F In nallflle nallfllenewest all The Thenewest Thenewest
newest foulard and small SW l1llguresA figures figuresfprchildren for forchildren r rCh
children Ch Ifdren warranted d to wash tfif tfifand g gand
and retain its luster lustet37c lustet37calu towashlgr 37c 3T2cvalue I x xvalue
value alu at atWash ° S J JWash
Wash Goods Dept DElpt8th Sth St Annex
5 dpzen Embroidered Embroidered Linen Shirt Shirtwaist Shlrtwalst Shirtwaist ¬
waist Patterns containing 3 yards yardsplain yardsplain ards ardsplain3CInch
plain plain3CInch 38inch linen and nd 2 yards of ofembroidery ofembroIdery ofembroIdery
embroidery This is a rare oppor opportunity opportunU opportunity ¬
tunity tunU Regular prices
425 49S 498539 S539 539 and at d ft < f C
598 Your choice of this thislot H 3 tf U Uloton l8 fi filot
lot loton only each JJoJJ o J
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Dress Patterns trimmed with cluny clunylace clunylace clunylace
lace colors < are Nile light blue bluewhite bluewhIte bluewhite
white arid champagneshades champagne champagnoshades champagneshades
shades the regularPf regulmu regulmuprices AO AOprices
prices are 51350 and 15 15Special 15Special x 9n 9nprIces vX vXSpecial
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Our line of both White and Col Colored Colored Colored ¬
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Swiss is complete all size dots and andall andall andall
all qualities quality and price sec second second secend ¬
ond to none for similar goods Rang Ranging RangIng Ranglag ¬
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20c to 75c yard
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