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4 THE WASHINGTON W TIMES SUNDAY rXDA I 1DI Y SEPTEMBER 9 1906
I
SEA GIRT SHOOT SHOOTENDS SHOOTENDSTOMORROW
ENDSTOMORROW ENDSTOMORROWNearing ENDS TOMORROW TOMORROWNearing
Nearing Final Stage on th thLast the theLast thLast <
Last Event of the theTournament theTournatnent theTournament
Tournament TournamentSKIRMISH TournatnentSKIRMISH TournamentSKIRMISH
SKIRMISH FIRING COMPLETE COMPLETEPrivate COMPLETEDPrivate COMPLETESPrivate
Private Dolose of Marine Corps Make MakePheasmeaal Mak MakPheaoraeaal S SPJleaemtmal
Pheaoraeaal Score But Protfoat Protfoatla
la Entered BateredSE KaterodSEA
SE SEA + I GIRT N J Sept L 88hootlng 88hootlngin ShooUng ShooUngin
in the national individual inatrh to was wascontinued w wcontinued wascontinued
continued today toda and the skirmish Armtah tiring 1trtnaw tiringwas Arm Armwas
was w as finally ftnaU completed late this thl evening eveningwith evenlnewit eveningwith
with wit h Ml l men competing The 800 and1yM and andiOii
iOii yards will be shot on Monday Mondaywhen Mondaywhtn Mondaywhen
when the match will be completed Th Thlanding The Thestandi Thestanding <
landing standi of the nine highest d heat men at t the thecompletion thempletion thec
completion c + mpletion of the skirmish Irmh firing flrln < < this thisf tblatHQlnl thisroing
f tHQlnl tQtng as given out by the statistical staUsticalofficer statisticalofficer ta Ut leal
officer ftcer was as follows followsLieutenant follo1 follo11eutnant followsIleutenant
Lieutenant Dillon Engineer ftMr Corps COIPo
230 3 o Private Deloach United States StatesMarine Stat StatMarine StatesMarine
Marine Corps C 112 Captain Lyman LymanUnited LymaaLntted LymanUntted
United States Marine Corps Cor 221 21 Cap Captain Captain Captat ¬
tain tat n Cavanaugh United States Stat Cavalry Cavalryw
122 22 w Sergeant Scott United StatesMarine States StatesMarine StatNMarine
Marine Corps Co Sat 21 Sergeant nt Jackson JacksonOregon JadwonUreJrQn JacksonOregon
Oregon III s Private Stevens Steve New York
218 18 Lieutenant Mamma Mum United States StaterCavalry StatesCavalry StateCavalr
Cavalry Cavalr t 217 17 Corporal Brass B Montana
215 215Private Private Deloach of the United StatesMarine States StatesMarine Stat StatMarine
Marine Corps made mad phenomenal score scorethis IICOrethis scorethis
this afternoon in skirmish He had 19 19hits JthIts hhits
hits on the prone figure giving vine him a atotal atotal atotal
total of IB points This makes his total totalscore tolale totalscore
score e r after the skirmish lrmlh run Std 121he as ashe ashe
he had a > 4 total of 134 after the rapid fire firestage firestage Sr Srstage
stage of the match
Unfaim Unfairness IN II AllegedSergeant Alleged AllegedSergeant Al1016dSer
Sergeant Ser t Dehart also of Or the United UnitedStates UdtedStatM UnitedStates
States Marine Corps COr a team tea made the thesame theame thesame
same run and shot on the adjoining adjoiningtarget adJoktingtarget dj iftlnc iftlnctJr
target tJr et His score only showed four hits hitsand hitsand bit bitand
and a total of 1t poin points It WOK U de derTared det deeared
t eared ared by some 5 of the riflemen rla n wUj tJwlt tJwltne wit Vttnessed witflossed
flossed ne eed the skirmishing < < that Dehart J > lthrt ap apparently apparentig t tparenU ¬
parently flr tired d 1 on n the target tar Ct tt t which whichDeloach whl whirkDeloach h hDeloach
Deloach had been assigned either by ac accident accldent ¬
cident or designWhen design designWhen detdphen
When hen the skirmish run WAS competed competedprotests eopi competedpretests ttd ttdprttest
protests were made to the officer in incharge Intha Incharge
charge tha and nd It was alleged aUelf that Dehart Dehartwli Deharth Iehartwtnte
wtnte wli h se e score was w low wren w o he ttfgan ttfganskirmishing itganskirmishing 1lanskirmlahlnc
skirmishing had apparently endeavored endeavoredto
to aid his comrade comra e On the ether tb tr r hind handDeloseh hindDeloach hMDfloach
Deloach is I an expert skirmisher and andin andtn andin
in the Presidents match wade ade de a total totalof totlor totalof
of 13 Deloach will nuOc make another run runt runn runn
t n Mondayapt Monday MondayCapL I 0IMIa 0IMIaapt
CapL apt K 11 V Smith of the Fourth FourthInlted Fourthnlted FourthVnited
Inlted nlted States atat Infantry I tnU7 in the rapid rapidtiring rapidtlrlnl rapidtiring
tiring In the national pistol match made madea
a record for quickness He had eight eightFoconds elhtfPond eightfeeonds
Foconds to fire two strings t of five shots shotsHe shotsIre bota botaI
He I r fired the ant five In six ax seconds secondsand secondsand eeond8H
and H nd the second five in four seconds
Prie Pri for f Li Lieut Lieutenant tttM > t HeiiearetcfeLieut Heiiearetcfe HoiieBreic1lieut HeideareiehLteut
Lieut ieut F H Heidenreich of the Dls Dlsikt D Dt Dirrict
ikt t iet of Columbia olumbla won the ywf 30 J prime sad iiad1d sadid ad adK
K ld medal lor or making the highest agregat ag agxn alnte
xn nte gat score at rapid fire in the Ni Nit XI XIt
t tHai Plato Match 111 tcb Lieutenant I Heiden HeidenIoh Heldereh
Ioh eh won tb the Victoria in a prolonged prolongedi prolong prolonhootO < < d dr
r i hootoft hootO < < of thirteen possible The The1rist TheJriBf Thel
l 1rist rise for the highest aggregate at slow slowlire slowtlr Iow
tlr lire 11 r was won by Seer r C E Orr rr ofhio of ofhio ofIlhlo
Ilhlo > hio and for time fire by b LJeut S M MParker MParker wParkpr
Parker United States infantry The Thematch Thllmatch Thematch
match was won by Lieutenant Parker Parkerliv Paktrl Pasterhyascore
hyascore liv l a score of ofm 2SS IS
rClflLUI HOME HUEIS HOMEIs HOMEIS
IS ICLELLl MUM IINEW
NEW EW YORK Sept pt 8Mayor Mayor McCkiI McClel McClellan XcClEl1an
I lan > tn looking JooIda bronsed and ruddy and nd the theembodiment theembodiment tbeembodiment
embodiment of health arrived in this thiscity thiscity thl thltl
city tl t1 tonight tont on board the American line linesteamer UneteallMr lineteam
steamer team r St Paul after an r a three months monthstour monlbJItour monthstour
tour of Europe and as he stepped fromthe from fromthe tromthe
the gangplank on to the pier followed followedby followedby followedby
by Mrs McClellan it was oUBcult to toimagine toimne toimagine
imagine in him the first of the two twoprincipal lwoprincipal twoprincipal
principal figures in the Titanic fight for forthe forthe forthe
the control of Tammany Hall HallOn HaUOn HallOn
On the question queaU R Just now of paramount para paramount paramount ¬
mount interest to the people of the thecountry thecountry thecountry
country at t large lar the probable nomina nomination JIOIII JIOIIItlon nomination ¬
tion of Mr r Bryan by the Democraticparty Democratic Democraticparty Democraticparty
party for the Presidency Mayor Mc McClellan McClelias fe feCle ¬
Clellan Cle would say 7 nothing nothingOn JIOthlngOn nothingOn
On city politics Mr McClellan said saidhe saide lei lei1e
he 1e e did not care to say a anything nytbtn at present pres present pr preot ¬
ent entAH
AH effort to persuade Mayor aTOI McClel McClellan XcClelIAn McClellan ¬
lan to talk on the Impending < < fight a ht be between Detweea between ¬
tween Mm and CharI Charles F Murphy for forcontrol forrontrol forcontrol
control of the primaries were we met with withthe withthe withthe
the answer nothing to say y
STATUE OF LIBERTY LIBERTYWITH LIBERTYWITH LIBERTYWITH
WITH FRENCH FRENCHQUEENS FRENCHQUEENSPARIS QUEENS QUEENSPARIS QUEENSPARIS
PARIS Sept Sept 8 8There There is a reproduction reproduc reproduction reproduction ¬
tion of the Statue of Liberty by Bar Bart
t oldi old which Illuminates New York Yorkharbor Yorkharbor Yorkharbor
harbor on the Qrenelto Grenel bridge over the theSeine theSeine theSt
Seine St > lne at t Paris It Is now proposed to toerect toI toerect
erect > I t still UU another reproduction of this thisfamous thLIfamoWt thisfamous
famous work ork of art In the Garden of ofthe DCthe ofthe
the Luxembourg < < where wh a a powerful light lightfrom lthtfrom lightfrom
from it will light up the statues of the theQueens theQueens
Queens of France
SIAM THIEVES BUSY BUSYSTEALING BUSYSTEALING BUSYSTEALING
STEALING ELEPHANTS ELEPHANTSCALCUTTA ELEPHANTSCALCUTTA ELEPHANTSCALCUTTA
CALCUTTA Sept 8 IThe The thieves at atihiengmal athleqm1 athiengnrat
ihiengmal on the Burmese border of ofSiam ofSiam oriam
Siam iam are re not pikers When Tten they steal stealthey stealthey teal tealt
they t hty take nothing less than an n elephant elephantKlephant elephntEllphanttea1haa elephantiephant
Klephant Ellphanttea1haa stealing at t Chlengmai Chl ta great greatK
K v on the increase and is a highlylucrative highly htcblywrallve highlyi
lucrative i t rative business businessKlephants bUllD bUllDIehants businessElephants
Elephants Iehants are worth W rth from 51000 1 to 101J08 toieach
150 1J08 ieach each ebftd and H Ittak takes only a few ele elents elep
elants thieves in inVpondent Inn1fnt inwndent
p > ant nts to make the Siamese stain
Vpondent wndent n1fnt for ute HfeMARRIAGE lifeMARRIAGE uter1ARRIAGE
MARRIAGE IN PARISBY PARIS PARISBY PARISBY
BY NO MEANS FAILURE FAILUREIAKIS FAILUREARIS FAILUREARJS
IAKIS ARIS Sept IAmong Among the statistics statisticsir
ir r costly Blly nU published Jubl hed by the t e municipal au auhorities auhNid anhcrUles
horities hNid those relating to widows and andv andiloW andiriowen
la not notiruefc notmuch notrruelt
v blowers iloW show ow that marriage
much of a failure in Paris at any rate rateT
and ad women who have loett lost lostth
t r few aces 8 n
husbands remain single singleO IIlnglelc singleunt
th t h hr ir wives wtv or
unt 0 lc th the 1K 1I l widows registered tered by the theprefecture thep thepreteeture
within wtt tn the last laatthree three years year
prefecture p 904 remarried an1ed within toss than Uta eighteen eighteenmonths el eighteenrtontha hteen hteenmnths
1 1904
first firsthusbands firsthwbands 1Irsth
months after the death of their
husbands h
iWork Work Well WelrUnder Under Way Way WayFor WayFor
1 For Dublin Exposition ExpositionGreat
Great Progress Being Made in Construction Constructionof Construction Construftionof
of Worlds Fair of 1907 Marking Epoch in inIrelands inIrelands inIrelands
Irelands Industrial Advance
DUBLIN DUBLI Sept SGr 8Great at progress isbeing Is labeing Isbeln
the theforthcoming tbeforthcoming theforthcoming
beln being made vth preparations for
forthcoming Irish International exhibi exhibition exhibition xhlbl xhlbl11oa ¬
nearing nearlngcompletion BUrlnlteomplUon nearingcompletion
tion Th The building are rapidly
eountri countries are aremaking arenicking re remaking
completion and foreign
making active prepar preparation Uona to send > > end overexhibits over overexhibit overI
exhibit exhibitHerbert exhlbltaHerbert exhibitsHerbert
I Herbert Park has been chosen as the thesite thesite thesite
I grounds It Is I s u sit situated t tuated ¬
site of the exhibition
I Ii uated in the th finest residential re ldenUal quarter of ofDublin ofDublin ofDublin
i Dublin within a mile and a half of Ita Itabusiness Itabu8lne Itsbusiness
accessible slble threelines three threetinea three1m
business bu8lne center and nd ace by
lines 1m of tramways with 1th which the tb ex exhibition exhibition axhibition ¬
hibition will 1n be connected with all parts partaof partsof NlrUi NlrUior
of tb t the city elt and nd with the termini of the thevarioua thevarious thevarlou
various railway r Uwy running runnln from Dublinto Dublin Dublinto
to the north south and westThe west westThe wetTbe
The main In entrance of the exhibition exhibitionopen exhlbtUonOpenlil exhibitionopens
open into Celtic Court Directly Dlrectl oppo opposite opposite opposite ¬
site the main entrance will Il be the prin principal principal principal ¬
I cipal building constating oon8l t1ng of a central centraloctagonal centr centraloctagonal l loctaaonal
octagonal court Altogether the exhibltion exhibi exhibition exhlbltJo ¬
tion tJo buildings will cover Hftytwo acre acreaof acreof acresof
of ground
itroundObject Object to Exposition ExpositionAlthough ExpositionAlthough ExpositionAJthouch
Although the th exhibition 1 Is held with ith ithYlew a aview aview
view to stimulating tlmulUn commercial devel development development development ¬
opment and to promoting Industrial edu education educatton education ¬
cation by inviting all nations to exhibit
CCgptiNNMI CottOttMta Crew rant First First Page Pageroad Jlla Pageroad e eroad
road met with itl determined deter determined ed opposition oppositionway oppeIIIUOftheft oppositionwhen
the right of ofway ofway
to gain
when heft It aUeMttedto attempted
Chesapeake and ncI Ohio Ohiocanal Ohkteaaal Ohiocanal
way over the t
canal at a point below the Chain bridge bridgein brldeeIn bridgen
in n order to toconatruct construct a trestle tre tl4t for Itstrack its itstrack lt lttraek
track A number of Important engineerlag engineer engineering en < < nfer nferprobI ¬
priiteipaUy Uy concerning the thefeanihttUy thefeaMhltuy thefeasibility
lag problem probI prI
feasibility of reconstructing reoon truetlng the old oldtrestle oldtretle oldtrestle
the shore of the thePotomac th thPotomae thePotomac
trestle running < < along
Potomac river above bove the Aqueduct Aqueductbridge AqufiductbrId Aqueductbridge
to be settled and a d forthis for forthis torthl
bridge brId are yet
much actual track lay laying 1ytn layIntl ¬
not
this thl reason
ing tn has been Hn don dons so farThe far farThe tarThe
to Georgetown George GeorsetoYo1 Georgetown
The Importance ImpOlta of this thi road
be estimated when whenIt w1wnIt whenit
town shipper > > may
It is I known that It will form a Junction Junctionwith junetlonwith Junctionwith
with the Baltimore and nd Ohio railroad at atUnden atLinden atLinden
the hauling of offreight oftrelpt offreight
Linden and thus obviate
freight from that company freightdepot freight tretcbtdepot freightdepot
to west t Washingtondesttnatonr Washington Washingtondestinations rftftlOftetlttnattoM
Kcklngton
depot at t
destinations Thi This haul is I a distance of oCfour oftour offour
miles through the heart of thej thejcity the theIt thecity
four
been a serious rIou ob obtacle obstacle 1 1stacle
city It and has long
transportation to that thatlocality thatloc4i1lt1 thatlocpllts
stacle to quick
locality
Road Was Started in 1886It 1886 1886It 1836It
In IMS 1 when sev several MVeral ev evoral ¬
It virtually virtual y began
eral prominent pIOIftl prom tent ent residents of Georgetown Georgetownseeking Geor Georgetownseeking town townkln
their freight facilities facilitiesbetween raetlttleMbetween facilitiesbetween
better
seeking kln < < to
that point and Shepherds ShepherdsLanding ShepherdsLending ShepherdLaJMItng
between Landing which at that time offered offeredthem o offeredthem < < ered
the only onl means to getting < < freight freightto freightto
them 1
and Ohio obtained obtainedfrom obtained1101I obtainedfrom
to the It Baltimore
incorporating incorporatingthe
from Congrea Con a charter
Barge Dock and Ele Elevator Elevator Elevator ¬
the Georgetown
Shortly afterward this thiscompany tbl tbleompany thiscompany
vator Company
acquired by the Balti Baltimore Baltimore Ba1tlmore ¬
company was w
more and Ohio railroad wl wdclt ich was wasthen wasthen wasthen
then engaged In spirited competition competitionwith competitionwith competitionwith
railroad for forlocal forlocal forloeal
with the Pennsylvania p nnflnla
Baltimoreand Baltimore Baltimoreand Baltimoreand
business bwn The
local freight trti < < bt
and Ohio proceeded to lay a single track trackalong trackalonl trackalong
along Water street and ever a trestle trestlealone ttlealonl trestlealong
of Chain ChainBridge ChainBrldp ChainBridge
direction
In the
alone the river rl r
portion of this tb track trackwas trarkYoaa trackwas
Bridge Later a
and shifted to another anotherpoint anotherpoint anotherpoint
taken up
was
the resurfacing ofthe of ofthe o othe
necessitating euttatlnc
point the street aLr t hut no attempt at freight freighttransportation frt freighttransportation > lht lhttransportation
transportation was 1a made madeFollowing mad madFoUowlnK madeFollowing
to the theDistrict tbeDlstrlCt theDistrict
Following this as a was stated
District Commissioners by John L LWeaver LWeaver LWt
R H Phillip In n a com eonri comIblnt complalnt
Wt Weaver > v and nd
the alleged ane ed apathy of the theallroad thenr thealiroad
Iblnt i lr lnt against apln t
andDhio and andDhlo andOhio
the Baltimore
allroad nr ad company
Ohio Railroad Company Com pail obtained a abarter acharI abarter
Congress for the Washing Washingon ahin ahinton
charI barter tor from
Marylandrailroad andatet and andater andlater
ton on and nd Western
later ater one from the Maryland Legislature Legl Legislatureor lature latureor j jor
or the Metropolitan and nd Southern rail railroad raiload j joad
road oad Considerable money mone approxlmate approxlmatey
building a tres tresle tresle lr lrtie
In < <
Iy y 800000 500 was as spent
Potomac river water front frontibove trontabove frontabove
tie le along the
bridge and In con conlectlng c conrecting n nneetln
Aqueduct
above the th
neetln lectlng with the Maryland right rl ht of way
Their Droam Never RealizedThen Realized RealizedThen Realizedrhell
Then just as 11 the residents of Georgetown George Georgetown Georgeton ¬
theirlong their theirlong theirlonK
town thought thon ht they were to realize
transportation dream dreamcame dreamcame dreamcame
long lookedfor
came a period of waiting Vigorous protests pro protests protHU ¬
tests wore voiced by men who were ere de determined detrmlned determined ¬
railroad railroadshould railroad1hotdd railroadshould
termined they the said that the
should either complete the work or orabandon ora orabandon
abandon a andon the project and give way to t a acompeting acompeting 8 8eompeUn
competing railroad The whole hole mat matter matter mattom ¬
head on March 7 IXX 101 af after Atteor after ¬
ter came to a
ter nearly twenty years of actual ctul wait waiting vatting alt altIn ¬
hearing was held before the theDistrict theDistrict theDistrict
ing In < < when a
District Commissioners Commi loners on a bill to toamend tomend toamend
amend the original charter of the Washington Wash Washington WallhIo ¬
ington Io < < ton and Western Maryland railroad railroadIn
In order ord r that the company might have a afurther arurther afurther
further extension of eighteen months to tocomplete toeomplpte tocomplete
complete the road roadThe roAdI roadThe
The Commissioners intent on giving givingthe Klvlngthe givingthe
the company com pan a chance to fulfill its obli obligations ottUgallons obligations ¬
I gations recommended favorable action actionon actionon actionon
on the bill by Congress and on June 28
Specials for Monday MondayI MondaySweet MondaySweet
I Sweet Catawba
4 Qts for 100 100N 100N 100N
N C Scuppernong
2 Qts for 100 100Red 100Red 100Red
Red Grape Juice
2 Qts for 100 100Claret 100Claret 100Claret
Claret
5 Qts for 100 100Large 100Large 100Large
Bottled otu a in inGuckenheimer InGuckenheimer n nGuckenheimer
Large Rye
Guckenheimer Rye Bond
100 Full Quart QuartSpecials QuartSpecials QuartSpecials
Specials for Monday MondayToKaloiiWineGo MondayToKalon MondayToKaloti
ToKaloiiWineGo ToKaloiiWineGoG14 ToKalon Wino Co
614 14th St N IV Y
r
their products both In the raw fa wand and In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the finished state > > tate the chief object Is to topromote topromote topromote
promote the Industrial arts and sciences sciencesof
of Ireland Ir and by a display depla of the products productsfor producUltOr productsfor
for which hleh the country Is I famous and andthe andthe andthe
the special Ial facilities which exist for the theexpansion theexpanallon theexpansion
expansion of partially developed indus industries IndufltriH inditetries ¬
tries For over ten years there has been beena
a widespread movement on foot for the theIndustrial theInctulltrll theindustrial
Industrial revival of Ireland Thismovement This Thismovement ThlamovelMnt
movement culminated In the exhlblttafi exhlblttafiplans eXblbtkntplns exhlbtfofiplans
plans now well under way wayClassification wa waClassification wayClassification
Classification of Exhibits ExhibitsExhibits ExhibitsExhibits I IExhibit
Exhibits will be classified clftf > t in nineteen nineteendifferent nineteendifferent I
different dlrte nt sections including Irish lri h Indus Industries Industrle Indiratries ¬
tries trle history hi tory and education fine arts artsphotography artsphotography i iphotocraphy
photography engraving etc manu martufacturinx manufacturing ¬ i itaeturlnK
facturing and textiles engineering and andshipbuilding andshlpbulldln andshipbuilding
shipbuilding sports and fishing 11illg mines minesand mineAnd minesand
and metallurgy hygiene cottage Indus Inditetries Industries Industrle ¬
tries trle and womens omen sections l In addition additiona
a line arts art section will 111 form an Impor Important Important ¬ I Itant
tant and attractive feature A special specialbuilding speelalbulldln specialbuilding
building bulldln with a floor area ar a of 30000 000 and anda andA anda
a wall spat space of 1i 16000 square feet f t has hasbeen hasbelft hashe
been built for or this purposeThe purposeT purpose pulJ08eThe i
The T he hebuilt exhibition will be open from May Maynext Mayn Maynext
next n xt until the end of October Oet ber and an anexcellent anexcellent n nexceUfnt
excellent opportunity will l tie > o thus af afforded aftorc1ttt afforded ¬
forded traveling Americans to Me acountry a acountry Acountry
country which hleh In in the rush ruahfor for the Con Continent Continent ConUncut ¬
tinent is often neglected
RAILWAY DELAYED DELAYEDIS
IS NOW IN SIGHT
1908 so It passed JM8 and was signed by y the thePresident thePresident
President PresidentThe PreJdentTIwI PresidentThe
The situation now is that the com company company ¬
pany has again pln begun Us it trackonlMing trackonlMingwith track nllJlng antl4ingwith nllJlngwith
with every very indication that the road will willbe wiltbe m mDe
be completed within the time UM allowed allowedby aaowedby Joed
by the 1 he last at act of Congress ConJP George Georgetown Georaelon Georgetown ¬
town shippers are watching the progressof progress progressof
of the work with lth great interest for its itscompletion It Iteomplttlon Itscompletion
completion means to them th the opening openingup
up of many additional freight poeslbtli poINIfblUt posslbuites
t tes tII
BALTIMORE JUBILEE JUBILEEOVER JUBILEEUYER i iOVER
OVER RECOVERY BEGINS BEGINSBALTIMORE BEGINSBA BEGIMBALTIMORE
BALTIMORE BA 14TUIORE Sept pt 8 IThe The jubilee to tocelebrate tocelebrate tortlebrRte
celebrate the recovery ovOry of this city from fromthe fromthe frontthe
the fire of February F brua 7 and 8 M04 begakthis begak belrahthis begarthis
this evening with the opening < < of th the industrial In Industrial Indutrlal ¬
dustrial exposition xp 1tlon at Electric Park Parkwhich Parkwhich Parkwhich
which has been arranged under the au auplee sue sueplces us uspices
pices of o the th Travelers and MerchantsAssociation Merchants MerchantsAssociation HChantsMIaoclation
Association
ARABIAN WAR COSTS COSTSSULTAN COSTSSULTAN COSTSSULTAN
SULTAN 50000 MEN MENCOXSTAXTINOPLE MENCONSTANTINOPLE MENCONSTA
CONSTANTINOPLE CONSTA TJNOPLE Sept S IDuring Duringthe During Duringthe I Ithe
the last fifteen months it in III eatiautl eatiautlthat nimat rt lnt d dthat I Ithat
that tOCft IOO tJOO of the Sultans Sultan troops troos have havebeen bsvobeen havebeen
been destroyed stroed by battle and disease disa in inthe Inthe inthe
the light ht the Turkim government is carrying car carrying crlDx ¬
rying lDx on to subdue the Arab in the theremen theYemen theYemen
Yemen remen a Turkish vlllayet in SouthwestArabia Southwest SouthwestArabia SouthwHtArahta
Arabia along alon the Red Sea Recently nflCentlyt nflCentlytWIUI t twas twas
was the cause of a I bitter dispute near nearly nearly nearly ¬
ly ending ndln In war wits wit England
LONG OPENS WAR Afl AflON i iI
I ON LA FOLLEITKansas FOLLETTE FOLLETTEKansas
Kansas Senator Scores Wis Wisconsin Wisconsin Vis Visconsin ¬
consin Confrere in Speech Speechat
at Beloit BeloitPAID BeloitPAID BeloitPAID
PAID FOR TALKING HE SAYS SAYSDeclares SAYSDeolares SAYSDeclares
Declares His Associate to Be as Much Mucha
a Populist as Was JerrySimpson Jerry JerrySimpson J ony onySlmplOD
Simpson SimpsonBJBLOIT SlmplODnrOIT SimpsonB16LOIT
BJBLOIT Kan Sept IUnited United States StatesSenator StatesSenator tates tatesSenator
Senator Chester Cheet < < I Long spoke 8JOk here t this thteafternoon th thAftern thisafternoon
afternoon Aftern in an opener of the campaign campaignin
in b this part of Kansas The feature tit tithis if ifhis C Chis
his remarks was the criticism of Senator Sena Senator S Stor ¬
tor La L Follette of Wisconsin Senator SenatorLong storLong SenatorLong
Long said in part partSome partSome partSome
Some weeks ago p Senator La Follettedelivered Follette Poitettedelivered Follettedelivered
delivered several Chautauqua lectures lecturesin lectureIn
in Kansas He took occasion in these thesespeeches th88apeech thesespeeches
speeches apeech to criticise critic severely verely my recordon record recordon recordon
on railroad rate legislation and cen censured censured n nared ¬
sured me for voting against pln t some of ofhis orb ofhis
his b amendments He also advised the thepeople thepeople thepeople
people of this thl State whom to elect lect nextwinter n next nextinter xt xtwinter
winter to the Senate thus relieving re vtng the theLegislature theIf1atuiI theLegislatue
Legislature from this thl somewhat ardu arduous arduou arduous ¬
ous ou and difficult duty
1 will not discuss aeua the propriety of ofSenator oCSenator ofSenator
Senator La FolletUs FoUetu coming into this thisState thlaStab thisState
State and nd in our absence attackingins attacking attackingme
me and Dd my colleague Senator SenatorEach BenaonKaeh Benaon BeasonlEaeh
Each Senator must determine for torMlf him himself hitsself ¬
self whether betblr such ucla course Is In good O CI CIte
te is honorable and fair
Leave It to the People PeopleSenators PoepJSeDatoN PoepleSenators
Senators are somewhat accustomed accustomedto
to attacks in the public press but t It Itvery isvery 1ft 1ftery
very ery unusual for one one Senator to toettaek toettaekanother attack attackanother gttaek gttaeknother
another outside of the State and in his hisabsence bl blI hisabsence I
absence nee In doing so Senator La Foitette 101I4tHe Foi Follette
I tette only shows what be considersfair considers considersfair n nI
fair just and nd appropriate and nd without withoutfurther withoutfurther withoutfurther
I further reference I r shall leave It to the thepeople theI thepeople
people of Kansas Xan to determine whether whetherhis whetherhaa whetherhis
I his course Is I commendable or not notHe 1OtI notHe
He Ie comes ro Into this thl State and n4 makes makesthese mall mallth maker makerthese
I these th attacks not for the purpose sole solely soleIv 801 801Iy ¬
ly of enlightening < < the people of Kan Kansas Xanupon Kansas ¬
sas upon the record of their representa representatives repntaI representatives ¬
tives or to benefit the public for itmust it itmust Itmuat
I must not be forgotten that these at attacks attaco attacks ¬
tacks are made at so much per attack attackand attackI attackand
and that the Senator has ha been paid forall for forall forall
I all Kau the speeches that he has made in InKau n
Aswtts A a YlrtseHe Virtue Tit VirtueII bl e eHe
He II has not confined his hi attacks to tomembers tomembers tomembers
members of the Senate nate but has also alsoextended al alsoextended o ofxttondtd
extended his hi denunciations to th the mem members membf members ¬
bers bf of Congress Co from thbsState thU State It isindeed is isindeed I IIndeed
indeed gratifying < < to find one Senatorwho Senator Senatorwho Senatorwho
who Is so pure and virtuous tbat he can cansit cansit an antt
sit tt in Judgment on all his hi fellows fellowsSenator tellow8Senator fellowsSenator
Senator La Follette assume u to be such sucha
a Senator and those tho e whom he black blacklists blackItLa blacklists ¬
lists are rf unworthy representatives and andthose 8ndthoM andthose
those who vote with him alone represent repre represent repret ¬
sent t the peoples interests interestsI
I have had some experience ex rlence with withPopulism withPopuUm withPopulism
Populism I was four times time a candi candidate candidate candidate ¬
date for t r Congress Co against the leader of ofSenator otI ofthat
I that faith and I MY to you today Itt IttenatOl ttatSenator
Senator enatOl La Follette advocates adYoca proposi propositions proposltionll proposttione ¬
tions that are are as Popullstlc PopuUa as any n ever everadvocated everadvocated r radvocated
advocated by Jerry Siinpeo Simpe G the differ difference dttterence difference ¬
ence between the two being bel that Stmpson Simp Simpson Simpaon
son was more conservative conservativeSenator coruterVaUYeSenator conservativeSenator
Senator Long Lon said aJd his hi ideal of a Senator Sen Senator Sentor ¬
ator tor wan Allison AUl on of Iowa
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ShakeUp In Cabinet CabinetAnd CabinetAnd CabinetAnd
And Diplomatic Corps CorpsChanges CorpsChanges CorpsChanges
Changes for Moody Bonaparte and Meyer MeyerAmbassador MeyerAmbassador MeyerAmbassador
Ambassador Thompson May Retire andMinister and andMinister andMinister
Minister Dawson May Get Promotion
The possibility of a shakeup akeup in both boththe 1 boththe oth oththe
the Cabinet and the Diplomatic Corps Corpsis CorpsIa
is contained con ned In the report that the 11 Presi President Pre Predent President ¬
dent will name Attorney General Moodyfor Moody Moodyfor Moodyfor
for the Supreme Bench in place of Mr MrJustice MrJust4ce MrJt
Justice Jt Brown soon to retire retireThere NUrehere retireThere
There here is excellent authority for the belief be belief MlIeftt ¬
lief lIeftt that Mr Moody Mo dy is 1 the Presidents Presidentssecond PrntdentsHCOtd Presidentssecond
second choice for Oils tI position MItton la the thefirst th thAntt thefirst
first place of course stands lltan a SecretaryTaft Secretary SecretaryTaft SeeretaIYTatt
Taft who from all n reports 1epo has h about aboutdecided aboutdecided aboutdecided
decided that he doesnt want it It In tact factthe tacttho tactthe
the recently reported rep rted deal by which 1 1i he behi heto
hi i to be assured the th support of Ohli Ohitin OhliIn Ohl OhlIn
In INC 1 li without any contest or r trouble t1OUbl4tprobably is isprobably isprobably
probably equivalent to certainty that he hewill hewill hewill
will not be a A candidate for the place on onthe 00the onthe
the bench but instead td will take a flyer flyerin flyerIn I IIn
in Presidential Ire kJentbl politic i
Not Spectacular But Ablel8rerYbodY Able AbleKverybody AlfIeXerybody
Kverybody l8rerYbodY is now DO wondering ouderbt why ha hadidnt hedldnt bedidnt
didnt think of Moody M y in this tb connec connection roftfteetton connection ¬
tion That Tha t he should > > hould he promoted to the thebench thebench thebeach
bench Is the most mo t natural thing thin < < in the theworld tIMworld theworld
world He has h given Veft excellent service servicein vtee vteeI
in I the post of Attorney General lie ha hamade hatf has hasmade
made t record r rd that on the whole few fewwlaw fewlaw fe feJw
law officers have equaled and that will willkeep willkeep willkeep
keep his h successor busy to surpass Ibr lie liehas H HIuLs liehas
has done d ne no brilliant things thln and has haswoe baaWOft haswoe
woe no spectacular s = ie taeuiar uJar cases UIH Without Withoutdoubt Withoutdoubt Withoutdoubt
doubt he would have been pleased tohave to tohave tohae
have such a success u as that of < rf Attorney AttorneyOftnenU AttorneyOeneral Attorn y yOftft
OftnenU Oftft ral Knox in the Northern Horth < era Securities Securitiescrass urlt l j jOMM
crass 1 Indeed I it is I commonly understood understoodtwH undemoodttat understoodthat
that ttat the Attorney General would have haveJ haveJftlt haveleft
left J ft the Cabinet ere this if he could have havedon haveSO havedone
don done so with the credit of a a big killing killing kill ¬
ing to his account He has not disatemberM dismem dismembered dUmlmbeNd ¬
beNd the octopus before the far taN and andeyes andeyes
eyes 87 of a bethrilled thrtlled country oountJ nor has hashe baab hashe
he b put the Standard Oil In the hands ofa of ofa oCa
a receiver But h 1M has done e aa unprecedented unprecedented unpre uaprececMated ¬
cedented amount of useful work and andorganisation andorganization sad sador
organization or nlution in the office ot out of which whichhave whichhave
have grown and are re growing Immense Immenseresults ImmetUlelIe immensereults
I
results He has been a trusted and nd ndrut u use useful e efut
rut adviser of the President trough the therate thoYate thetatt
rate tatt legislation o controversy In abort aborthe shorthe
he has most > distinctly made good and andhe andhe I
he could well retire now secure of aposition a aposition
position among monl the effective tt < < fIICtlve men at t the thehead thehead thehead I
head of the Department of Justice Jut < t
Bonaparte Bo aparte New Dissatisfied DissatisfiedSecretary DissatioieiSecretary
I
Secretary rEtar Bonaparte Bon pArt doesnt like the thework thew thework
De rtmeat it Ik Ikunderstood Isunderstood 16undatood
work w < < k at the Navy Department
understood He is I supposed urpo ed to havi eg egtered eq eqtared
tered ter the Cabinet with 1th something like
would ultimately ultimatelyget qlUftlelypt uldsatelyget
an n assurance uranec that he
get what he wanted the Attorney Atto Gen Oeneralahip GeneraJahlp Generalship
eralahip He H will be 1 the n nvW w Attorney AttorneyGeneral AttnrJMt AttnrJMtGeeeral AttorneyGeneral
General whenever Mr Moody leaves lea the thepost thepo thepoet
post po t In making maid they these cahnges eh the ta Presi President PretdMilt Presldent ¬
dent will get a man precisely to his Ilk liking Ilklag ¬
Bench and in inthe Inthe inthe
the Supreme
lag 111 < < both on
the Department of Justice Ju tJee And later lateron lateron lateron
on if gossip is to bt trusted Mr dr Bona Bonaparte IJouLparte Bortaparte ¬
parte is likely to go o to the highest hJP t courtas court courtas eourtIlUCCMSOl
as successor of some of the memberswho members memberswho membenlwho
who are re likely Ukel to retire retireThe won wonThe soonThe
The vacancy yaca cy in the thf poet flO t of Secretary Secretaryof
of the Navy when Mr Bonaparte goesto goes goesto lCotI lCotIto
to the Department of Justice will be befilled 1wftlled befilled
filled by the appointment according tothe to tothe totle
the Presidents present JMe ent plans of George GeorgeVon OfC GeorgeVon I
Von I L Meyer now DO ambassador to St StPetersburg 8tPetbu StPetersburg
Petersburg Petbu and before that ambassador ambassadorat mbatoratReme
at atReme Rome This will leave a vacancy at8t at atSt 1 18t
8t St Petersburg Ptter Urs and hi filling it there therewill Uwflwtll therewill
will likely be a general pn < < al shifting of ofower posts pastslower poststower
tower ower down
Thompson TlMtMp n May RedreIn Redre RetireIn RedreI
In I connection with this 01 reorganisation reorganisationthere rtortpatimtloathere rtorpaauoath
there th re Is an impression that Ambassador AmbassadorDavid Ambe AmbassadorDavid zdor zdorDavid
David K L Thompson TboI paon at Mexico MexJ o may re retire rethe retire ¬
tire from the service It has been under understood undertood understood ¬
stood tood ever ev since e he went we t there that the theappointment theappointment theappointment
appointment was not to 0 be for a bier lonnterm bierterm ODY ODYterm
term of service nrlce but rather by way WSvlD4ktIon of ofvindication ofvindication
vindication for Mr Thompson Thorrp on in new vtewof newoC viewof
of the bitter opposition OJIP < < IMtJon to blot at Rlc RlcThomas RIcThoma RikTbonua
Thomas C Dawron minister htlur to SantoDomlnao SantoDomingo Santo SantoDomingo
Domingo during durin the troubleeus times timesof U Uo timesof
of o the last few years v is understood to tois tobe tobe
be In line for a better tter loOat and T Lisbon Lisbon1s On I
is I said Id to be the tle most likely promotion promotionfor promotionfor
for him
FOUND DEAD IN ROAD ROADHIS ROADHIS I IBo
HIS RESIDENCE E UNKNOWN UNKNOWNBoth U
I Iutborttte
Both Bo the b police of this city and the theauthorities theauthorities I
authorities utborttte of Alexandria Alexandrlaoounly county have havebeen haveJMeft havebeen
been unable to find the address addrE or lo locate locate l0cate ¬
cate any relatives of W H Arnold ruold wh whwas whwas he hewaa
was found dead yesterday afternoon m ma hi hiroad laa
a a road near Livingstone e Heightsnorth Heights Heightsnorth HtaOnh
north Onh of Kosslyn R dlYft Va It was supposed supposedthat supposedthat uppo d dthat
that he wan w a clock maker makerCoroner makerCoroner makerCoroner
Coroner Ash Ashton ton of Alexandria coun county coun county oounty ¬
ty ty issued a certificate < of death from tromheart fromheart fromheart
heart failure The body was turned turnedover turnedover
over to Undertaker J G Northrup of ofFalls ofFalls of ofFall
Falls Fall Church and unless unl relatives are arelocated arethe arelocated
located the man will b be burled by the thecounty theCOunty thecounty
county authorities
MINISTERS t ENO ENOTHEIR z
THEIR OUTINGAlexandria OUTING OUTINGAlexandria
1
Alexandria Pulpjts PulAI ts Will TcN TcNdes Today To TcdayBe ¬
day des dayBe Be FilledAVith Res Resdent Resdent Resdent
dent Pastors PastorsWABiiRCCTON PastorsWAIUNGTON PastorsWAJlIIJlGTOH
WABiiRCCTON TIMES TIM BUREAU BUREAUALEXANDRIA BClUUlALBXANDBl BOACAIZXANDRLt
ALEXANDRIA VA SHPT SHPTAll 1InPIAJ1 ip1 A AAll
All of the Alexandria Alexaad ministers at have havereturned havereturned havereturned
returned from tro their Ut their lr vacations and ad to toerrow tomonew tomorrow
morrow errow for the first Ar t time for sortieSundays sortie sorieSundays 8Ofl8y
Sundays y all of th 1M churches will h have havetheir hI v vtheir vthflr <
their their pulpits fllleil by their resident rcsMentpastors leIdd residentINstots llt lltputow
pastors INstotsSemiAnauai pastorsSemiAaaaal putowSemiAuuul
SemiAaaaal Dividends DividomUCorporation DtYiaaa4The DividendsThe
The Virsink Vir Sale Deposit sad rust 1ruatCorporation rustCorporation
Corporation on the tot instant declared declareda red reda
a lendam semiannual HtMI ssi dtvldeai of I per c pent ClntThe pentTb nt ntTh
The Th Virginia Safe Deposit mil Trust TrustCorporation TnalCorporat rtatCorporation
Corporation Corporat only Oft ronuaenced 111 bsatnsrbe extef a8 a8I B BThursday r rthirty
U thirty rtyftOfttbA months ago but buttIIvtden4k ha aheadyr pt ptfr
fr dividends tIIvtden4kTJnuldy dividendsThursday
Thursday Dancing DaBebt AWy AsesnhlyThe AsM AWyThe kty ktyThe
The Thursday Night asssmbiy bIF havi havireorganized ha hareorpalzed hay hayreorganized
reorganized for the season and will give givetheir gh e etheir etheir
their first danee ee at McBurneys Hall Hallon Hallon Hallon
on the first Thursday In October
Chiakaloc Case CwttUiMd CwttUiMdTV Cnt t tTtte cad cadThe
TV case of William WWlaL Chiakalos the theOreek theGreek t tGreek
of ofeaUn
Greek who to under arrest charged cha with withst withstealing lb
st stealing eaUn Hng JO 21 from t Mantis Brocw Bras w wtoday wat wattoday Wa Watoday
today continued by Police Justice Ju Uce Catottuntil Caton Catonuntil Catonuntil
until Tuesday next Cbiakalos Cblaka will tx txrepresented terepresented heeplHlHlted
represented by Attorney Leo P Har Harlow J4Yllow 1lhrlow
llow low while Attorney AttorDe Lewis Lewt H Machca Machcawill Mach zl zlwill
will appear for Mantis Mant Bros BrosFs BrosFeet B BFMt
Fs Feet t 3 Badly y Mashed MashedWalter Has MaskedWalter M Mi
i Walter Langley while In charge eMr e of a alumber aw alumber
lumber wage w wagon today a lied one oC ills fretbadly fret fretbadly totbadly
badly mashed by toe hoe tf treadIS m jg upon uponIt uponit
It
Some S4MR Prperty Changer ChangerRichard Chanl ChangerRichard
Richard J Mumford has h bought from fromJ fromJ
J D Normoyle a agent ent t for 01 Miss Minn1v Mlnnit MlnnitW Mlnn MlnnW
W Henderson a twostory frame t how howXo boUIIo hous housNo
Xo o SM Queen street 1l Mt Mr Normoyle Konnoylehas Normoylebaa Normoylehas
has also sold to Mrs 11 Amanda Moore a ahouse ahouee ahouse
house and ad lot No e lots Cameron street streetand stnetaad Streetand
and to J W Entwude EDtw two loU Isl at the thesouthwest theaouthWd thesouthwest
southwest corner of Mt Vernon avenue avenueand avenuend avenueand
and nd Lloyd avenue in Bel RayScheel Ray RaySchool Ita ItaSGhHl
School Children Ch reB Permits PermitsThe PeritThe PermitsThe
The clerk of the public schools will m mnext n nnext 0ntxt
next Monday morning begin the issuing iesutgof issuingof ubl ublof
of permits rer r mlts lw for or children to attend th thpublic thpublic ti tipublic
public schools schoo The schools will oj ojon oIon orc orcon
on the 17th I ih inst
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second and floor of No 923 Pennsylvania avenue which will give us seven great greatflcors greattlV greatt
se secured curtd urt d a lease on the th se
the tar et music establishment anywhere anywhere in the East EastTo EastREBUILDING EastREBUILDING
t flcors tlV ors > fS 10 use u e as showrooms showrn ms and an i make ours largest
REBUILDING SALE SALETo
necessitates cutting through the thewalls thewans thewalls
with our present establishment
To connect the new premises
walls and other improvements This will mean clouds of dust which spell ruin to highly polished polishedwoodwork polishedwoodworksuch polishedwoodwork
TOMORROW RebuildingSale Rebuilding RebuildingSale RebuildingSale
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avoid this we commence
To
woodwork woodworksuch such as is used in piano cases
Sale at prices prices 1 that will COMPEL L the rapid distribution distrib tion of all instruments il15tru ments on handFoHowin handFollowing hand bandFoIlowint
FoHowin Following are some of the reductions reductionsUpright reductionsUpright reductionsUpright
Upright Uprighte PianoSome Piano PianosSome
but short tii time e AH are of offered offered offered ¬
Some e of these instruments are new others have been used a very
fered much below value
1450 450 l5 Gabler Upright Colonial style styleISM 350 350S275 UN i = Bailey Jai mahogany caw teed wwdthree teedlao1 210
ISM 1 l5mJ model mJ e three th rrroa months monthsfM
1400 400 Gabler Gabl Upright oak case beau beautiful bt > au ¬ S275 S2754f5 275 t ttift 5215 5215tlrul 215
slightly used usedJ560 lJ 1 J fM 4 Weber w wO malaogairy malaogairyib0 ma egay egayM
tift tiful 1 tone
either eithermahogany h M Droop walnut at or mahogany wshon aay T case caseWestell casemahogany 275 2 7 5 5mahosan
J560 O A B Chase Cha Upright 4f5 41
mahogany or walnut case c latest style styleJ450 > iIJ I Westell CTcMe A Gerais 0 I rss action aedenc
J450 A A B Chase Upright mahogany mahoganycase 390 i 350 > SO Mahogany Droop Upright rented renteda rentedcase 250 260rl
a few months months4M
case c 450 bruised Mehlln U A Sent Mahogany Up Upright ¬ tAa 4M a4ahoga Mahogany y Droop rented eight eightmonths 290 290hlghgrade 9 9right
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highgrade pianos which hleb has b won Its It I en envlable SQM 40 Mahogany Droop rented ten tenmonths tenone e eviable 265 2 6 5 5ylble
viable position on merit This Thl is the only orlyone J months JftOn naoathestock tit titone s stock
one of the style left from our May Maystock lay 315 300 Huntington HunUn < < ton Piano mahogany case caseNo C8 l 175
stock tock Special No 1271 Musically perfect perf perfectof t tor
1450 460 Bush A Lan Laneone one of the best bestof 300 Huntington Piano mahogany case caseNo e 419 190 9 9case 0 0ca
mediumpriced pianos mahogany mahoganycase months monthsNo monthsIn
of the p No 1GGs 2061 Rented only a very few
in case ca shipment e 4 I ft 10 from in high factory slightly tly bruised bruisedin 325 3 2 6 310 I Huntington PIano mahogany r case S 190 4
No 02M9 2M29 A fine Instrument ltlInentpedals instrumentpedals
480 Crown t Upright eJM1 prlght < < bt oak case ca e four fourpedals
e275 275 mahogany case caseNo ea case53M1 e200 e200S3 200
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pedals used in sheetmusic department 1J S300 300 HunUngton HunUn < < ton 1J 1JabllOlutply r
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absolutely new last one of style tyle tJro 300 Huntington Hunt ton Piano handsome S 215 2 15 15sign t 6 6too
nut rase No 21S3Z 21S3Z3W 1i1 1i1sign 1Q2
too Poole P9Qle Upright handsome de design ¬ Piano walnut Jnut case caseNo 225 225nut 2 2nut
sign beautiful case choice either wal walnut ¬ 275 5 s 3W Huntington lJ
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nut or mahogany Piano mahogany case caseNo e 230 230lfm 2 30atxI 30 30overhaule
300 Rachalg Piano ebonhced case caseoverhauled 150 15 j g 0 300 Huntington
Perfect in every ever way wayNo
overhauled In 1 our own shop bop x No 238W
300 Mendelssohn oak ease excel excellent ¬ el65 165 5 5200 a Huntington Piano walnut instrument Instrument3fiO case lfm 2 2lent 240 2401ent V VS250
lent condition No 24352 2135 A very vcr handsome
1 360 Emerson Eme n full rich kit toile just the thepiano 175 f fi00 300 oo Huntington IiunUn ton Piano mahogany e eNo epiano S250 S250Vi 250 250S400 2 2piano
piano for beginners No M77 11771 1778m 1778la Good a A8 new newNo ne
large la S400 400 e else Stulz A t Bauer ebontsed casei caseilarge cup 185 185SS70 18 5 No Seen sao S3I84 Huntington Very ery rich Plano design de tp mahogany r case Vi r tI i Oo VF 0 0 0large
300 Huntington HunUn < < ton Piano In a very hand handsome ¬ 250 2 5 0 03fiO
SS70 17 0 No NoS3f J434I 434
5360 360 Brlggs Brl Upright Piano boudoir size i 1 1 some JM > > me walnut case 8H
Piano In nne line quarter quartered quartertone ¬ 260 260tone 2 2i4OO
tone S3f 360 O Vose walnut in case beautiful condition sweet sweettone 1I t 190 ed 300 oak Huntington case > No K 25141 25141S40It 41
S40It 49 Camp A Co walnut case e ulC just justtaken 190 t30e s 300 Huntington Hunt1n n Piano instrument btah mahogany y case caseNo easetaken 265 265taken l
taken In exchange No A o 24214 24 14 a superb
185 18 c 300 M Huntington Piano mahogany case caseNo ea e lJ lJTalking 275 275Talking 2 7 7hushk 5Ei0 5 5I6
absolutely new aewTalking
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360 I6 Mathushek hushk Son walnut case
Talking Machines MachinesHero Square Pianos PianosThese
Instruments have all been put in good condition conditionby ooddttiona tton ttona
Hero Is a chance to get a most unusual bargain In Ina These
a Talking Machine achlnflt by our experts expertsCoctave expertS5
35 Taperingarm Xonophone Sale price I18M I18MS2a 1880 145012a A I Son reduced to to1O J3 J37octave fb fbsib >
S2a Concert Zonophonr IInch 11 inch horn Sale price 4 Coctave Newman
S10 20 P Parlor r Zonophone 14Inch horn horhornn Sale price i000 St 7octave oe ta ve Davis a s ft Sons Son S reduced I uC uCCorcfrt eel to too x 33 337octave 3
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