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2 THE WASHINGTON TIMES SATURDAY rUNE 13 19Q8
iH DOGS DOGSSHORABLES DOGSSHORABLESUNDER SHOW RABIES RABIESUNDER
UNDER BUREAU TEST TESTMany
1 Many Persons Bitten in Dis District District
trict During the theWeek theWeek
Week WeekANIMALS WeekANIMALS
ANIMALS KILLED KILLEDBY KILLEDBYPOUNDMASTER
BY POUNDMASTER BYPOUNDMASTERBodies POUNDMASTERBoc
Boc Bodies ies Then Sent to the Govern Government Government
ment E11 Experts > erts Who lade Thor Thorough Thorough
ough Examinations ExaminationsAdditional ExaminationsAdd1tIoi1
Additional c1iHI cas of per80n 1HIIag bit bitten bttten
ten by degs eeRUnue to develop In all allsections all6eotIonB
sections ot the city The week has b en enbusy beena
a busy one for both the Bureau of Ant Animal Antna
mal na I duetrY and fld the District Health HealthDepartm0t4
Depertmanl Which ue oompeUed to toear tobear I
bear ear the brunt of the w work rk eaused bY bYdogs bYT
T dogs being rm1tted n tted to ro roam m the theEtrets theEtreeth
Etrets unrestrained either D muzzle muzzleior > j jor
or lhM u ha b been re recommended recommendedt l mended
t b by sevral mlnent sdenU eeienuits eeienuitsA ts tsblack I
A black and nd whit dog has been n re reCelv8d re reetvsd
Celv8d at the Bureau of r Arj Arirnal l Indue Induetry
try for an examination 10 thwerm1ne thwerm1newhether iteterminewhether
whether It had the rabies when killed killedyeeterday I Iye
ye yeeterday t8lday afternoon at the Distrilt DItdctpound I Ipound
pound I ISent
Sent to Bureau BureauThis BureauThis
This dog belonged to Edmund Swee Sweeney Sweeney
ney IN 4 lI1tt8enth 8trgJt 80uthetUt 80uthetUtand nouThetI
and previous to being eot nt to the theliOund theiound
liOund iound bit lax Eek twelve years old oldr oldof
I of r 1118 111 E street southMSt on the left left1eg left3eg
1eg The dog wac sent to t the a bureau bureauat bureauI
at the requWJt or the parents of the theboy theboy
boy as a precaution although It Itshowed itehowed
showed no signs of tbe rablea at the thepound thepound
pound poundA
I A while poodle alllO has suet been beenreceived beenreceived
received at the Bureau of Animal In Industry Industry
dustry after having been killed at the theDistrict theDistrict
District pound This dog belonged to toP toP
P D Root 178 1 Fourteenth treet and andbit andbit
bit William Therrien Ave years old oldof oldof
of 1i38 1 Fourteenth street ftOrthweat on onthe onthe
the left leg on May MayTwo 21 21Two
Two Cases of Rabies RabiesIt
It has been detained at the pound
slnce but showed nu aympt gyinpWms ms of the therableir therabtee
rableir To fully determine the matter Blatterthe matterthe
the dog WAIl w klllH and Its body sent sentto sentto
to the bureau for microscopic copic exami examination examtratton
nation at the reque t of the parents parenlaA
A te t has just Men completed b bthe by bythe
the bureau of the body or 8 fox tern terrier terrierthe AI AIthe
the propferty woperty of S D Knott or Tunlo Tunlo1oad Tunlowroad
road and JolIet str street t which was re recelved recelved
celved on May 1G I The teat proved tb tbca86 the thecase
case to be one of rabies Thll Thlsdo IoS bit bttRtbecca bitBebeeca
Rtbecca KAott KAottThe KnottThe
The mtcrotJeoplc te test t of the brat of ofthe ofthe
the dOC do sent to the bureau by Edward EdwardT
T r Woodv who ho rellldM on CAnal road rottdestablish roadestabitihed
establish estabitihed < 8 po positive lUve case of the IIIhIes IIIhIesThe rabteeC
C The dog had ltten 88veral severa other dop dopbefore dogabefore
before NI being killed kUteINSPECTBUILDINGS killedINSPECTBUILDINGS
INSPECTBUILDINGS INSPECTBUILDINGSNOW INSPECTBUILDINGSNOWUNDER
NOW NOWUNDER UNDER WAY WAYContJlIUd WAYContinued
Continued from II1rtt Pa Page Pagetigatton e
I Itigatlon
tigatlon and If necri necaecr the eemplete eoinpleteoverhauling I
overhauling of the Building In peetors Inspectoradepartment i
department No definite plo to be tol1 tol1lowed tot totlowed
lowed b hi been decided upon neither neithern8 neitherhas
n8 the date for the opening or the In InquIry inquiry
quIry been Mttl aettled It III known how however however
ever that praetiealIy every employe will willhae willhave
have to appear r In order to satiety the theCOmDl theCoxmnleelonra
COmDl Coxmnleelonra loners The chief wUne ae will willof Wiltof
of course be those JH persons employed di directly dlrectly
rectly under Mr AahloId and In charge of offiling offiling
filing applications for the eon eonetrution t tlon of ofbuildings ofbuildings
buildings and tsllulng permits for them themThe themThe
The Commissioners will Also clo closely closelyquestion ely elyquestion
question all 11 building Inspectors In r regard regardto rd rdto
to their system ot working orkin the Amount Amountof
of territory they must cover and learn
from them an any suggestions of changell changellwhich changeawhlch
which might benefit that department
Exception hAS bt en taken to the th re rerently re rerently
rently published reports to the effect etcEctthat effectthat
that there are no reg regttlttons lAtloftli go gornlng gornlngconcrete rnln rnlnconcrete
concrete eon construction trucUon This Is claimed
to be an exaggeration since the Build
ini Inspector with the aid of Engineer Engineerommls
Commiseloner ommls kner Morrow and other om offidale
dale of the department have added such Buchreguatlons suchregulations
regulations from time to time a as 00 00ea810n DCcaslon
ea810n required requiredTheae requiredThese
These methods have been followed follow6donly followedonly
only dUring the time the specially peelaU ap
Olnted committee of ten hu been work working
ing on a code of building regulations
for the Dt District tnct The work of this com committee coipinittee
mittee according to the ottlctalll ill illrapidly tarapidly
rapidly nearing completion and Is ex excted oxpected
pected cted to he nn flniehed hM within the next
few months monthsIhree monthst
Ihree t hree Inspectors InspectorsSent InspectorsSentTo Sent SentTo
To School Building BuildingBuilder
Builder about WashIngton are now nowcoming nowcoming
coming forward and declaring that the theBuilding theBuilding
Building Inspectors office ha has not been beenconducted beenconducted
conducted In 8 proper manner that In Inspectors Inspeotors
spectors are dl distributed tributed unwisely and andtht andthat
that work l Is held up an unreasonable
time by the delay In granting permits permitsJosoph permitsJoseph
Joseph Fanning R builder and con conItractor contractor
tractor of m B Bond nd building declared deelaredthis declaredthis
this morning that there are three In Inspeetors inspecters
specters on constant duty on one job jobthe jobth
the th erection of the new publ school on onSeventeenth onSeventeenth
Seventeenth street near Columbia Columbiaroad Columbiaroad
road roadThere
There may be some ground for or Com Comml Cornmissioner
ml missioner Morrows statement that the theforce theforce
force of Inspectors Is deficient goo that thatthe thatthe
the department Is handicapped by the therefus therefusal
refus refusal l of Congr6M to lJe more more UberJ UberJbe itberalhe
be a1d Id but It would not appear so sofrom softom
from the way In which Inspectors are aredistributed aredistributed
distributed I know jf f one on building buildingthere buildinghsre
there hsre three Inspectors are on duty ev every eycry
cry day and many to which two are areflllslgne4 areassigned
assigned Permits are held up In Inmanner a amanner
manner that hu aroused the thebuilders builders oC oCWashington ofWashington
Washington to a point where they con conBider conaider
Bider conditions unbeMable unbeMableExperts unbearabeExperts
Experts Are Assigned AssignedTo
To Building Investigation InvestigationI
I
Richard 1 Humphrey Oftgt engineer eel In Incharge Incharge
charge of f th the structural materials lab laboratories laboratories
oratories of the United States and one oneof oneof
of the most eminent building experts expertsof
of the country and L R Whitted Whittedstructural Whittedstructural
structural englneer In the offioe f the theliuperv1slng thesupervising
supervising architect or the Treasury TrMSury1uVe Treasuryhave
have been detailed to ahl the Investiga InvestigatICln investigailon
tICln bto th the Plokford apartment aprtmenthouae aprtmenthouaecolrtme boU89 boU89COnfJ
COnfJ colrtme colrtmeAsetaDt 8 8ASt
ASt AsetaDt tADt I District Attorney Charles A AT A ATurner
T Turner mec said today that the InniJtJga InniJtJgatlon Inveetlgation
tlon is proceeding Ing with a1 possible possibleliests tble tble118Et
118Et and that more than thirtysix thirtysixwltne thirtysixwItnese
wltne M WIlL be summoned to testify testtf7rore testifybefore
before rore the Federal grand jury next nextwlek nextweek
week wlekThe weekThe
The two Fedkal buIlding exports have havetnd havei
tnd otigh exnunatio 1h 1hf
f
I I II
L I EX EXON ON ORATED 0 IN GRAFT CASE I
111 1 h 11iol i1h irJ 1011 < Iy y HIITWIElnll HIITWIElnllREPRESENTATmE tsniawing1EPRESENTATIBE
REPRESENTATmE H BURD CASSEL CASSELOf
Of Pennsylvania Who Today W Was Declared rot Guilty in the the Harrisburg HarrisburgCapitol HarrisburgCapitol
Capitol Corruption Scandal
FREED OF CHARGE CHARGEIN
IN CAPITOL GRAFT GRAFTContlalHld GRAFTConLIaued
ContlalHld from Pint Pq Pqor PgL PgLof
or not guilty as to former Treasurer Treasurerty rer rerYo
ty Yo L Math Mathues James X SkullULker SkullULkerancl Skumakerand
and W P 811 811u S7I S7IWhen
When u the MIP9 foreman oC th4 jury jurybad Ju1had
bad haD handed ed up the verdict Jud Judge e XUft XUftkel ICuekei
kel discovered that the costt had been
MORROW ANSWERS ANSWERSHEPBURN ANSWERSHEPBURNCHARGES
HEPBURN HEPBURNCHARGES HEPBURNCHARGESCommissioner CHARGES CHARGESCommissioner
Commissioner Blames Con Congress Congress
gress and Wants to Know KnowWhere now nowWhere
Where Ins Inspection ction Is Lax LaxJCftldaeer LaxXngtaeer
JCftldaeer C8IIIIIIIutoper Xorrow tit titmomtag this thismorning
morning tweed a ate Nl1t 1ft NtIIT to toUte tothe
Ute ohar charges made by Repruau RepruauHepburn RopreeemttlwHepburn
Hepburn In The TI Tinses yesterday erda7 erda7pnitng ia iagarding
pnitng the alletrecl poor condition of ofpaved ofpaved
paved streets In Washington Commta Commtaaioner CommIsstoner
stoner Morrow tak takes exception to the theclaims
claims of Mr Hepburn that there 18 not notonehalf noronehalf
onehalf mile of good pavement In tIN tINDistrict theDistrict
District and chiefly to the Iowa Repre RepreaentaUves Repreaentatives
aentaUves claim that Inspectors tnspectonlect ng ngloot
loot their wortc and repeatedly perJDlt in inferior intenor
tenor material to be used In construct colUltructIng constructlag
lag the roadbed roadbedIn
In uklng tak1n exception to the char charCOmml charges chargesCommIssIoier
COmml CommIssIoier el Morrow said saidI
1 have written to Mr Hepburn to touk toask
uk him for any specific instance Of bad badpavement badpavement
pavement or lax Inspection and have havltproml8ed havepromised
promised to take the neeeaary st stto steps stepsto
to correct It itI
1 hay alllo InvIted hi his attention to tothe tothe
the tact that the pavements oC Wh WhIngton Washlngton
Ington will m compare favorably with withtho withthose
those e 01 o any other city ADd that the tbereaaon thereason
reason that some of the Older kler pavement pavementare
are not in good condition I that they
have outlived their u efuldea and andshould andshould
should have been repaired yean ago agobut < 0 0but
but but owln owing to the parsimonious action actionor
or Congress In refu refusing tng to appropriate appropriatethe
the um asked by the CommissIoners torreaurtacng for forresurfacng
reaurtacng It has been impolble to to1mproe toimprove
improve their condition conditionThe conditionThe
The life or an asphalt pavement s sabout aabout
about t1ent twenty years and the period wb when whenmost n
most of our asphalt pavement weN weNlAid we welaid I
lAid 1UI about twenty years ago so sothat sothat
that many of them are wearing out outThe outThe
The Commissioners have asked Con Congre ConTess
gre Tess s for several years for increased ap appropriation appropriatlons
propriation for re resurfacing urtaolng the these e pave JNlV6menUi pavements
menUi but It has not been until lately latelythat latelythat
that their requests have been granted grantedIn
In the recently enCt enacted appropriation appropriationbill I
bill the Commissioners estimates wee weIreduced weereduced =
reduced by 100000 In this Item alone alonelhe atoneThe
The work ark of resurfacing the e pave pavements pavemeets
meets I is p progressing re sing rapidly as tar Ii Iithe asthe
the appropriations will permit permitI
1 know of no Instance or any tax
ln Inspection pection and If Mr Hepbum doe he hehas hehas
has not OI eJled led the attention or the COIR COIRmlHloners Cornmissloners
mlHloners to It nor hu anyone e eto else elseto
to my knowledge If there i such lax
Inspection n I should be very glad to
know or It it
building particularly as a to the weight weightof
01 structural iron used In its con construe construeticin truc tructIn
tIn and the tree that the brick wall wallwould wellwould
would have supported Other experts on onbuilding onbuilding
building ma materials terlal and con construetlon construetlonwork trueUon trueUonwork
work till Ii De summoned from time tp tptime tptime
time u the Investigation progres progresses progressesand e eAnd
And It 1fJ thought that indictments wilt wiltbe wiltbe
be returned by the jury bout the 1st 1stcf 1stCf
cf next month monthn
n Is said In the District Attorneysoffice Attorneys Attomeysoffice
office that other indictments connect connectin connecting
in ing Mvtral others with the traced tracedhleh tragedyvhIch
vhIch hleh wu responsible for the lo of oftwo oftwo
two lives And the n maiming oC several Hveralpensons severalpersons
persons will In all probability bedr be drnwn drnwnup n nuP
uP but whether or l iot ot the they will be re returned re returned
turned in Incot coUf1 InJKo In problematical problematicalCHANGES aUcal aUcalCHANGES
CHANGES MILITIA OFFICE OFFICEBy
By an order or Cot Braamu3 rasmus JoL JoLWeaver MWeaver
Weaver funnel u ssitant tant chief of ar arUllery artlilery
Ullery aU matters pertaining to the themilitIa themilitia
militIa wi will berafter be handled through througha
a bur bureau eu or the War Department In InBteac1 Instead
stead of through what bt has been known knownCa
18 the mmUa division or the depart departmanto dartmont
mont
4 4QUAKESSHAKEITAL
QUAKESSHAKEITAL QUAKESSHAKEITALCATA QUAKES SHAKE ITALY ITALYCATNIA
CATA CATNIA IA June 1Follewlng In the thewake I Iwake
wake or the wave of fear which accom accompanied accontpanted
panted the activity of Mt Vesuvius a anew anew
new c1red reed hu been awakened awaken d 1 t 8 8serJes aseries
series of earthquake shocks which have haveI havevisited
visited I lted this province Many p people oplehave oplehaveabandoned have haveabandoned
abandoned their homes aid lied into the theopen theopen
open country As yet no lives have been
lost but much property has been dam damased darnaged
aged asedJ
J P MORGAN l RETURNS RETURNSLIVERPOOL RETURNSIIYERPOOL
LIVERPOOL En1nd June 1IJ 1IJPierPont 1JPlerpont
PierPont Plerpont Morgan ti the E Amerkan American hone ttnancter honecier
cter atled a11ed this morning on the Maure Mauretanla Mauretanis
tanla for Ntw Yo11k He gave no ex oxplanaUon
planation fot 0 his hurried departure but butliia1d butsaid i
said 1t itgs s acntlmentJnot business buslnesh
h 2 > 0 0i
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put on the Commonwealth He told toldthe toldthe
the Ju jury It either must Ut the costs OGfItupon costsupon
upon the defendants or the prosecutor proHeUtoot
ot the county nM IIUHe suggested ted that It Itretire Itretire
retire and place tf ti costa property properlThe propertyThe
The n of COJftt Cointy Detective James JallHlT
T Walter reprefeft repreintlng u the Common Commonwealth Commonwealth
wealth appeared on the bill as proe proecutOl ivo ivocutor
cutOl and he ws ordered to pay 7 the thtc thecosts >
c costs The detfJt defeittlants anta were not In the thecourtroom thecourtroom
courtroom when the verdict wa was ren rendered
dered I
BENSON WINS POINT POINTIN
IN LAND FRAUD CASE CASEIs
Is Eliminated From Charges Chargesof
of Forgery and Dum Dummies Dumrnies
mies miesJoha rniesJohn
John A n OM 8f Ute few 48 481McIaAt liefbsdati
1McIaAt OR trial In Crtl Crt Crte Courtebs
e ebs with d defrauding the G Gt Oesr Oesrmost
most t out otvallt of vst tracts oC pubis land JaadIn landin
In the We t eored se red a victory this mominc mom mornbig
inc when rustice u tice Stafford announced anneunceclUu announcedthat
Uu that t be would be eliminated ao tar tartbe am amthe
the charges of forged signatures nature and andthe andthe
the use or fteQUous persons 8Q1UI were con conee concorned
ee corned cornedThis
eeThJ
ThJ This wum done on a motion made b bBoneons by byBensons
Bensons counsel Judge Ca Oainpbeli npbel of ofSan eCSan
San Francisco Th The court held that thatthere t t1hre
there u not utftcJfnt > evl evidence fttce In Inthe Inthe
the cue t to warrant the the jury In Andln Andlnthat fledingthat <
that Benson knew thttt name al signed signedto ned nedto
to applications for land were forged forsedOr
Or that he knew that dnmm dummies or orftctltJoWi orhctitlous
ftctltJoWi persons ware ere used In the at ate 1 1Jesed
Jesed e frauds fraudaJudge fraudsJudge
Judge Campbell had argued that the tbejury thejury
jury bet instructed to eUm elimieste ate his client clientfrom clientfrom
from their considerations ao far as the theEUzabech theElizabeth
Elizabeth Dimond signAtures weN weNconcerned wereconcerned
concerned and Justice Stafford allowed alloweda
a motion to that effect effectTO effectTO
TO SIGN CONTRACTS CONTRACTSFOR CONTRACTSFOR
FOR CARE CAREOF OF DEAF DEAFThe
The Corporation Counsel hAIl been beenked beenasked
asked ked to prepare the necessary eon eontracts contracts
tracts for execution by the Commission Commissionel1l
erg of th the act providing for the IlIslrte IlIslrtetion instruetion
tion nd care or dear mutes mctorhe mutesrho
rhe sum or IOt 1Of I pproprlated for forthe forthe
the instruction and care of white dt dentmutes
mut mutes iI at the CohDbta Institution lot torthe lotthe
the Deaf and Dumb and 000 for the the1netructlon theinstruction
instruction and C catc l1C of colored deaf deafmutes deafmutes
mutes at the Maryland School fr Cot Colored Cotored
ored Deaf Mutes MutesCLAIli MutesCLAIMJtJDGE
CLAIli CLAIMJtJDGE JUDGE GRAY GRAYCAN GRAYCAN
CAN BEAT B BRYAN BRYANFriends RY AN ANFriends
Friends of Judge Gray of Delaware Delawarare
are rather inclined to take his recentl recentlascended recently recentlyseconded
ascended boom serIously according to tothe tothe
the bu11eUn issued from the Gray head headquarters headquarters
quarters last night It Is claimed by bytbe bythe
the Gray drowd that his chance oC oCbeating ofbetting
beating Bryan for the nomination are aregoQc aregood
good esppally In view Sew or the fact that thatthe thatthe
the Virginia Louisiana and Oregon OregondeleJ8tlons Oregondelegations
delegations arc not unQuali unqualifiedly edly in instruted instruted
struted for Bryan but simply Indorse Indorsehim indorsehim
him as a Democrat DemocratAccording DemocratAccording
According to Use statement Issued lHUedJudge IssuedJudge
Judge Gray should receive the vot9B vot9Bof votbeof
of eight or the F Florida orlda delegation arM
III assured of half or the COJrado con
tingent vote ote Delaware Maryland
New Jersey Pennsylvania And New Newngland
hngland ngland are unquestionably for him It
Is stILted stILtedREUSES statedRE1USES
REUSES BAIL TO LA LAVYER LAVYERNEW VYER VYERNEW
NEW YORK June I3Carl Fischer FtseherHansen FischerHansen
Hansen the lawyer accused or extortion extortJonby extortionby
by J08 Joseph ph E OBrfen a Philadelphian PhUadeJphlanmust
must remain In the Tombs p prison son until unUIMonday untilMonday
Monday when whenhis hls trial wmle will te re resumed resumedbefore umod umodbefore
before Justice Goff The justice re
fuses to admit FIscherHansen to bail bailwhile I Iwhile
while the th trial 1s In progress The rut
tug ot the court has unnerved the 8C 8Ccueed accuseel
cueed lawyer completely completelyF completelyFAES
F FAES JES 800000 FINE FINEROCHESTER FINEROCHESTB
ROCHESTER N Y Juno ISTho
Standard Oil Company tOday fa fates e the thepo thepossibility
po tblllty or 0 tIne ot 800000 Jh con conHquence consequence
sequence of the verdict of f guilty as in indicted Indicted
dicted given by 0 jury 1n the United
States court here last night Argu
meet on motion for n new trial wlU be
heard July 7 at Buffalo before Judge
Ha2e1 Ha2e1LIPT
LIPT LIPTONS > NS Y YACHT A HTLOSES HTLOSESLONDON LOSES LOSESLONDON
LONDON June 13Slr Thomas Lip Liptons Liptons
tons Shamrock IV was badly beaten bealenIn
In R triangular race with Whit WhitHeather WhiteHeather
Heather and B Brynbild nhUd from N Nore re tt ttneI toDe1
neI tod tody y White Heather easily won wonwith
with Brynhlld second ThE possible p0S5lble1p possiblechallenger
1p challenger WaB s a b b4 d 11lSt
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LAYS BIGGEST fiNE fiNEON FINEON
ON PUSHCART MAN MANJudge MANJudge
Judge Mullowny Wants to toBreak toBreak
Break Up Line That Stands StandsAIQng StandsAIQng
AIQng Seventh Street StreetJudge StreetJudge
Judge luJJ Mullowny wny Is determined that thatfruit thatfruit
fruit and vegetable venders shall not notUlie netuse
use Seventh titreet between Ponnsyl Ponnsylvania ponneylvanla
vania and New York avenues north northWHt northwest
west a8 a market place He has reit reiterated reitcrated
crated this time and again and this thismorning thismornig
morning In the Police Court he fined finedone finedone
one ItaJian beeause ho stopped hl hlpUllh his hispush
push cart at Seventh and G Iroets for folIIfteen forfifteen
fifteen minutes and a fine of nO io was wasImpoHd wasimposed
imposed on Mother f fpr r stoppinG the theme thesante
sante me time at Seventh and 11 streets streetaIn
In spite of a strong pIe pIes for mercy mercyon
on the part of the defendants counsel counselJudge counselJudge
Judge Jolullowny said that bo was w ping pingto
to do whatever was wa In his power to tobreak tobreak
break up the practice practtoerh practicerlimo
rh rlimo men voluntarily take out a altCenM a alicense
license tq sell bananas rnd nd other fruit trulton fruiton
on the street Mid the court Seventh Seventhstreet Seventhstreet
street S probably the most profttable profttablethorou profltablsthoroughfare
thorou thoroughfare hfartl < on which they can pedlo pedlotheir lc lctbulr
their ware All ot these eBders JnOw JnOwthis lOtOWthis
this and the result i is that there l is al almOl8t atmost
most a continuous tine from Penn Ponneyl Ponneylvanis yl ylvanall
vanall avenue to New York 8venue 8venueMerchantIiJ aveflUMerchants
Merchants have complained to the theCommtloner theCommissioners
Commissioners o frequently that It Itwaa itwas
was nece necessary al for them the Comml CommlBloners Commisabner
Bloners to amend the polIce regu1aUo regulatio3sa s sa
a short tune ago o that the maximum maximumfine
fine 18 no now no O In instead tead of li 10me
The only way to protect the met merchants metchants
chants who conduct stores long Sa Saenlh SoY SoYenth
enlh street and prevent the place from fromhecomlnJC frombecoming
becoming a regular market apace for fortbe forthe
the push cart men Is to impose e the mix mlxImum mixImum
Imum ftn8 alter the first conviction convictionCALLED conv ctlon ctlonCALLED
CALLED BY ANGEL uANGELSHE ANGELSHE
SHE AWAITS DEATH DEATHFearing DEATHFearing
Fearing Suicide Police Place Self SelfDoomed SelfDoomed
Doomed Woman in Hospital liospitalfor
for Safety SafetyP SafetyPASSAIC
P PASSAIC N N J June uImp8ttent uImp8ttentfor
for death which she says An Angel Angelof
of God ham warJed nat wlU come eomel comeunrlse
l unne tomorrow Mrs Anna KIselcla Kiseletatoday
today l is a walUng her end 1ft the Gen General Geectal
eral Ho pItal h here
God baa called me in home sh says saystoday aystoday
today and hough apparently quite quitesan quitssane
san sane on an any other subject will not be bemoed homoved
moved from her conviction eon1cUonMrs convictionMrs
Mrs Kt eleia who slnee Mno the death of ofher ofher
her husband 111 bean especially de devcut dovout
vcut Informed the neighbors of f her heraummoF hersummofls
aummoF b by the I Death Angel 8 week weekago weekago
ago and asked ked the Rev Dr Hatttnger Hatttngerot
ot the Greek Church to say y masses mH8ror massesfor
for her soul Fearing suicide tae po police police
lice had the woman committed to the theGeneral theGeneral
General Hoeptt1 Hoeptt1in HOePItOJMrs
in Klaelc1 denies any thought of ofaulcld ofsuicide
suicide suicideBAITS I
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BAITS ALLIGATORS ALLIGATORSWITH ALLIGATORSWITH
WITH PICKANINNIES PICKANINNIESZoo
Zoo Specimens Coxto Cotx J to Summer SummerQuarters SummerQuarters
Quarters by Plump Little LittleAfricans LittleAfricans
Africans AfricansNEr AfricansNEW
NEW YORK June IaTbelr greedy greedye7 greedyeyes
e7 eyes eagerly Axed OR two plump pick plckInI pickanlnnies
anlnnies InI the crocodiles and alllgalors alllgalorsIn
In the New York Zoological Garden GardenWere Gardenwere
Were decoyed from their winter Quar QuartW1i quartots
tots In the reptile house to the coot 0001hnd cootand
and ahad shady tank just outside the build buildIng buildtog
tog IngIt togIt
It WB 8 keepers Idea to bait the theurJana themarinas
marinas urJana with tIekanlnnle knowing as ashe ashe
he did their epicurean fondness for the theblack theblack
black man So as two small colored coloredchildren coloredchildren
children happened to drift through the thereptile thereptile
reptile house among the throng of ofItors ofvisItors
visItors Itors hit pre ed them Into service sen1ceThe serviceThe
The two crocodIles and all but four fourof fourof
of the twentylIve alligators wobbled wobbledout wobbledout
out AS quick as they could after the theebony theebony
ebony mites who darted around the thetank thetank
tank ju just t as the pursuing nwn monsters ters fell fellUh fcIlwith
with Uh grunts of chagrin Into the water waterdt waterdisappointed
dt disappointed oC their preyS pteyFour preySFour
Four of the bl < alligators had to b boed be belassoed
oed and dra dragged < Ced to their summer summtrquarters summerquarters
quarters by lpe One snapped at atHead atBond
Head Keeper Snyders leg and missed mHJsedIt
It b by an Inch InchSURGEONS InchSURGEONSNEEDED
SURGEONS SURGEONSNEEDED SURGEONSNEEDEDINARMYSERVICE NEEDED NEEDEDIN
IN INARMYSERVICE INARMYSERVICEBy ARMY SERVICE SERVICEBy
By Use recent net of Congress pro1d pro1dIftg ptoviding
Iftg for the r8f IJlJnlzaUon > and enlarge enlargeJlMnt enlargemeet
meet or the medial corps Of the army armyotftclals armyofficials
officials of the War Department point pointout pointout
out that there 1ft aa excellent opportu opportunity opportunity
nity for young phy physicians fcllUts and surgeons surgeonsto
to enter the military service serviceA1rMdY serviceAlready
Already there hive been a number or orapplicants ofapplIcants
applicants but f w have proved success successfut successfut
fut In the examinations Of fiftyfour fiftyfourcandldate fiftyfourcandidates
candidates wtotave wio 1ave taken the examl examlnatIon examination
natIon the rapers which were returned returnedtody returnedtoday
today show that only eight were sue suece sueceasful
ce ceasful ful By th the reor5aniz reorganization tton which whichwill whichwill
will become ftooUve July 1 there will wUlbe willbe
be fortyfour vacancies In the glade gladeor
or first lIeuteiant lIeuteiantCALLS liecteLantCALLSEVANSFEAT
CALLS CALLSEVANSFEAT CALLSEVANSFEATORDINARY EVANS FEAT FEATORDINARY
ORDINARY WORK WORKSA
SA SAN FRANCISCO June I3Rldcul I3RldculIng
Ing the feat of Fighting Bob ob Evans EvansIn
In bringing the he Atlantic fleet around aroundthe aroundthe
the Horn In record time O F Bolles BollesUnited BoltesUnited
United States Inspector of hulls said seldIn saidin
In court here today todayI
I cant see that any credit is due dueEvans dueEvane
Evans Any navigator could have done donethe donethe
the same jo ji for which man many persons personsw personsrow
row w want him made 8 vIce admiral admiralFrom admiralFrom
From the praise or Evans one would wouldthink wouldthink
think he was the only sailor and that tbatthe thatthe
the other ships of the fleet were manned mannedby mannedby
by cowboys All oC them had more moretnuned moretrained
trained officers than they knew what whatto whatto
to do with withBolles withBoltes
Bolles statements was all rondo In court courtdurIng courtduring
durIng a hearing of the violatIon or orsi ofsignals
si signals 81s by local craft when the fleet fleetarrSved fleetarrived
arrived Insl Inside e the Golden GoldenGate GoldenGateRECEIVES Gate GateRECEIVES
RECEIVES HILL HILL TOMORROW TOMORROVBERLIN TOMORROWBERLIN
BERLIN June 13Dr David Jane JaneHm JaneHill
Hm the new United States ambassador ambassadorto
to Berlin to succeed Charlemagne Charlemagnelower CharlemagneTower
lower will be formally received tomor tomorrow tomori
row i by Emperor William
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2Zk gold In Our Gold Crowns and andBridgework andBridgework
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NEW YOn YORZ June 11TmveJlng 1200 1200mIles 1200miles
mIles in the dark retrlerator com compartment cornpartment
partment of a freight 01 seven days daltand daysand
and nights without food or drink a add addfinally d dfinally
finally 80 no f11 that be could not speak apeakChester speakChester
Chester A OConnen twentytwo years yearsoJd yearsold
old of Bath Ifeach wilt recover recoverjhe recoverThe
The tatter Is the assurance iven by byphyslclan byphysicians
physicians of the LIncoln Hospital lUst lUstrtraet 141stetreet
rtraet the Bronx where the young youngman youngroan
man was taken when he was found un unconsclou unconscious
conscious l by trainmen In Ute freight frelghlyards freightyards
yards at 137th street and the mast aat river riverH riverHe
H He had typhOid tevu but the doctors doctorsbelieve doctorsbelIeve
believe that this will be only a mUd mUdmalady mildmalady
malady to a sturdy youth who could could8urvlv couldsurvive
survive Ute terrible day en route from fromJaoksonville 4umJacksonville
Jacksonville FIn to this city OCon OConnell OConnell
nell found himself out otwork of work and un unable Unable
able to Gain emPloyment as a maohin maohinfst macbinlet
let although he knows hi his trade and andIs andis
Is proficient In It ItJ it itJourney
J Journey oumey of Torture TortureOn
On May at h he decJ decided ed to leave th ther therso r
110 went to I freight yard rd and InquIred InquIredabout Inquiredabout
about train Fchedulu He learntd that thata
a a train to his hL liking would leave In InthrPe Inthree
three hours In the meantime with withnight a anight
night ride on the bumpers ahead of ofhim
him hI decided to sleep sleepHe j
He looked about and found a retr refrirer er ertor
Ster tor car full of potato with anJnvlt anJnvltSng an Jevit Jeviting
Sng OJt Open n door Ue entered It found it Itcool
cool and comfortable and ao stretched stretchedhlmseJt stretehedhimself
himself on the hoot and slept The car carhad ar arhad
had a refrigerator installed at one end endand endand
and except for a gangway partitioned partitionedoff
off by heavy wire screening wa other oUlerwSse otherwise
wise full of JOtto JOttoWhen potatoseWhen
When OConnell awoke he f4und hm hmsell himself
sell lock locked d In the ear plteh dark and andthe andthe
the train mOving Concluding that the theualn thetrain
train might make a run of a few loure loureperhaps ioursperhaps
perhaps a day he lay donand down and slept leptIIOme sleptseine
seine more When he awakened Ute Utetrain thetrain
train 88 still UIl moving and he was h h4n h4ngry n ngry
gry gryOConntU
OConntU began to lose track or three threetrUM
from that Oft There wu not a ray rayor rayof
or light In the ear alltbe all the toed there therewas therewas
was r raw w potatoes VoiUOft was on the other otherSWQ otheraide
aide ofa of a stout wi wire partition that he
HEBREWS MASSACRED MASSACREDBYMOB MASSACREDBYMOBOF
BYMOB BYMOBOF OF RUSSI RUSSIANS RUSSIANSSynagogues NS NSSynagogues
Synagogues and Ho Homes es Burned in inDorbian inDorbian
Dorbian IS Police Look on onUnheeding onUnheeding
Unheeding UnheedingBERLIN UnheedingBZiILIN
BERLIN June DNews baa reached recltedhere reachedhero
here of a a Hebrew massacre at t Dorblan DorblanRusan DotWana
a Russian Ion neat the German tron trontier ftontier
tier tierAeconUng
According t Inrormollt Informetlegi from Melllel Memela
8 a German frontier ton eH to Dor DorbIft Drbias
bias Russian mobs attacked the ghetto ghettoIn
In Dorblan burned eighty h lioness and andtwo andtwo
two synagogues killed three Hl Hobrews Hobrewsad < ews ewsaQ
aQ injured twentyeight twentyeightThe twentyeightThe
The mob was IINI4e up of hundreds or orarmed ofarmed
armed Ruselan and though the He Heorev Hebrews
orev brews had lOng beast the objects or blUer blUerhatred bitterhatred
hatred the attack was wholly nasa unexpooted nasapeeted
pooted They were drtv driven Mercilessly lfteICltNslY1roM Mercilesslyftera
1roM their bosses bowteNot bossesNot
Not until practically the whole ghetto ghettohad gliettojhad
had been destroyed was the fury of the theRU884Ln theRussians
Russians abated Men women and andchildren andchildren
children suffered alike and today there thereare thereare
are 100 00 homeless eopie pla la the town townThe townThe
The p poflee ltce made no effort to check the themob Ihomob
mob mobProminent
Prominent Hebrews here have been beenappeeled beenappealed
appealed to and Ii e effort ort at relief 15 15being isbeing
being made DladeTodays madeTodays
Todays Vital Records RecordsBirths RecordsBirths
Births BirthsCharles BirthsCharles
Charles W and Beset D Mctzgar Mctzgarboy ctgar ctgarboy
boy
Charles H ad Jests C Jones boy boyCornelius boyCornelius
Cornelius and Sed Sadie Curtis girl girlWHey girlWiley
WHey G and artha V Overton girl JrlrlWalt girlWalter
Walt Walter D and laud W Waugh girl girlJacob girtJacob
Jacob and Esther SIckle boy boyJames boyJames
James A and Mary ary E McDonnell bOy bOyMichael boyMichael
Michael E and Jult Julia C Buckley gIrl gIrlPatrick gutPatrick
Patrick J and Delle Reddlncton girL girLaUacc girLWallace
Wallace aUacc C aud Charlotte H Murdock Murdockgirl MurdockgirL
girl girlGrafton girLGrafton
Grafton H and Dahlia R It Rice Rice girL cirlJames girLJames
James and Carrie Byrd girl girlJohn girlJohn
John J and Bridget C Hughes bo boDa1d boy
David and Bertha Troehenak girl girlHandall girlRandall
Randall R and nd Charlotte Saundegirl Saunders SaundersgirL
girl girlRUIfl611 girLRussell
Russell J la and Cor Cota Truss girl ilr1Varneel girlVarneel
Varneel and Lithe Y Payne boy
Paul I and Florence I Higdon bOy
William Ullam H and Laura Owen bo boElUott boi
Elliott S and EdnA A AJdrlflge A1drige girl girlMarriage girlMarriage
Marriage Licenses LicensesEdWrd LicensesEdward
Edward V James and M1klr Mildred d Golnen GolnenBert GolnellBert
Bert Davenport and Nela1ne E Behen BehenEugene BehenEugene
Eugene M Adrian and Ga Unbridle rielle MUhan MUhanPeter MilhanPter
Peter E Curle CutIcy of NeW York clt city and L1dAnnie andAnnie
Annie 11 A A Carter of this city
Charles Russell Train and Errol Cuth Cuthbert Cuthbert
bert Brown
D Deaths DeathsMarie aths athsMarie
Marie Page 12 years 30Ii C street north northwest northwest
west westEllen westEllen
Ellen Hardy 54 years m Thirteenth Thirteenthstreet ThIrteenthstreet
street southeast southeastHl southeastHelen
Hl Helen ree Wyman 4 months tZ Z days daysFifteenth n9 n9Nathaniel
Fifteenth street southeast southeastNathaniel t
Nathaniel B Fugitt IS years Masonic
Temple Ninth and 1 streets north n01thwest northwest
west westLuey westLucy
Lucy A Potts M O years StO C street streetnorthwest Streetnorthwest
northwest northwest1labJe northwestMable
1labJe H FowI Fowlcr r years 3It6 N street streetnorthwest streetnorthwest
northwest northwestJosephine northwestJosephine
Josephine DtLnlIclo 16 6 years Washing
ton Asylum Ho flosItnl flosItnlEdmond ptal ptalEdmond
Edmond Listen d years 3110 Flagler Flaglerplace Flaglerplace
place nortJ1Wtst nortJ1WtstLawrence nottintoatLawrence
Lawrence Lelser ZI years Garfield
Memorial Honplta HonpltaDied HonpitaDied
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cou1 could not break do down Wate Water there was wasnone
n none noneOConnells e eO
O OConnells onnoUs recolecton recollection ot his long longand longneil
and Iorlble iorrible ride before he faly finally be beheld beheld
held daylght daylight agi againls Ss 8 a bl blur blurSounds r rSounds
Sounds Agonized Hm Him HimSometimes
Smetmes Sometimes the tn train stopped toppe and the theImprisne theImprisoned
Imprisne Imprisoned ma man cul could tel tell tat that ho was wasIn
I In a cIy city or In country Ofen Often he wo was wastortured
torture tortured b by the sund sound of bremen bremenrunning brakemen brakemenrunning
running over the top of his car by the thevoloe thevoices
voloe voices of pasengr passengers on plators platforms an and andWorst
wors Worst f nl all by the splah splash Of wt wato watogashing 1
gshing gashing from water tks tks80mUm tanks tanksSometimes
80mUm Sometimes for hours there would be beheard beheard
heard nothig nothing but the rar roar at f te the tn tnover train trainover
over endless leJcs leagues or tack track Gnr General
Jy though In a kind of stupor he W3 WaS WaSdimly
dimly cnscious conscious of belnJ being ILlve alive od and of ofvonderng ofwondering
vonderng wondering why he cntnut continued to live UveOConnl liveOConnell
OConnl OConnell ha bad a knIfe and with It oc ocslonalY 0Ceassionally
eassionally slonalY he wa was able t to obtn obtain small smallpieces
pieces of potato through the wire mesh meshThee meshThese
te
Thee These he sucked t to their lat last globule of ofmistue ofmoisture
mistue moisture a and ten then swalowd swallowed In litte littebt little littlebites
bites When he at atpotatoes
bt w was nt not spng spearing
ptatoe potatoes he wa was lying in a half dit ditlithun e eUrium I
Urium on th thi tIoorResce floor floorRescued
Resce Rescued at Last LastTe LastThe
Te The cr car in which OConnel OConnell w was looked lookedgot lookedgot
got to Jersey Ciy City on June 7 In the themorIng themorning
morIng morning OConnel OConnell did n nq know where wherehe wherehe1
he he1 WU He w was aus aroused by to the bat batof beatof
of wave waves and the sensalon sensation of satng satngand sailing sailingand
and knew that his c car h had ben been tut tutaboard t tabard
abard aboard a boat Lng Long aferard afterward in the thedark thedark
dark men enter entered his cr car with laterns laternsTho lanterns lanternsThe
The men wer were freght freight handlers a at the theHudsn theHudson
Hudsn Hudson Rier River freight ya yard Tey They were werea8tlahe wereastonished
a8tlahe astonished at the appton apparition on te the floor tIoorof floorof
of the ca car A croture creature sengly senglyhuman seemingly seeminglyhuman
human human tht that bbble bobbled In filhty fighty senteces sentecesand sentences sentencesand
and whoe whose hads hands and fet feet were a ma mass massof
of bruls bruises and ope open wouns wounds Hoa Ho had hadcome
come by th them m te they lee learned later by bybetlng bybeating
betlng beating and nd klckln kicking at te the wals walls of his hiscr hiscar
cr car prison prisonOConel prisonOConnell
OConel OConnell told his stor story tour days daysater days daysafter
ater after he reche reached the Lincoln HopitL HopitLOCoeU HospItaL HospItaLOConnell
OCoeU OConnell Sys says that he Is not going t tf tfdie
di die hat he Ss going to Jve live t to get to toBath toBath I
Bath there Beac Beach and that ten then hl ho wI will stay
LEGAL NOTICES NOTICESSURfE NOTICESSUPREME
SURfE SUPREME CURT COURT OF THE DIRIC DISTRICT 01
COLUMBIA holding Probate Court No
16aIi Admlietratlo Tblll Is to give notice
That the 8ublertber 01 the Dlatrte of Co CeCmbia
Jltt has obtained frem tkG Probate CcJr1 CcJr1Dr Ccntof
Dr the District ot Columbia letters ot ad admlAletratlon adminiserstion
mlAletratlon on the estate of ReaettiJ Prath Prather
er late of the Dl8trict or Columbia Ieceased IeceasedAn leceasedAll
An persons raORS tlu1 hating g claims agalaat the de decaued decssed
caued are hereby warned to exhlbtt the thetUfte
tUfte with the vouchers thereof JgLUr 1et1l au aut
t tbfntteated to the e subscriber on or before
the 4TH DAY OF JUNE A D If other otherwlM otherwise
wise they may by Jaw be excluded from all
beDe t of said estate GiveR under my hand handthis
thl this 4th day of June iNS WILLIAM HEN
HY WHITE 4 416 5th JlW Washington D C
Seal Attest JAMES TANN TANNIII2 R 1 Register Registerof
of Wills for the District of CoImbla Clerk Clerkof
of the 7obate Court WY H H WIIITB WRITEorney
t orney jei13 jei13SUPRKME jeLlIX jeLlIXSUPREME
SUPREME COURT OF THE DISTRICT OF
COLUYRIA holding Prokl Court No
1 14a Administration This 1a to give notice
that the 8ub aubscxtbr r who wu by the Su Surretle Sitptems
rretle Court ot tb District or Columbia Columbtagraat4 Columbiagranted
granted letters of t a4mlnlstratJon Oft th the es e etale
tale ot Rod RodWick 1ck < Cochran deeeasM rnU 4az 4azwith
with the BPfNOval of tile SUpreme Court of
the District ot Columbia Hl4t holdiag a a Probate
Court appointed Friday the 3Nh day ot
Juae J98g IUI the time and said court OUrtas mom
as Ute place for making payment and dl distrtbiter
tr1Itlt1 n from IIId estate uD4 unSet t tM Court CourtcUrecUon
direction Ad control when and where aU allcreditors
creditors Bad person entitled tlU4 to distributive distributivesbazee
eharee or kKde1l or a residue are notIfte4
to attend Sn person or by agent or attorney
dilly authorized with their claims against the theHtate theestate
estate property vouched Given under 1ft my
band this 4tb dT ot JUDe 100 ALLISTER
COCHRANE 6t ne KenE LW Washington
D C HENRY RY IL H GLABGIJ Attorney At Atteat Attet
teat haS IAMBS TA TANNE1t Ba Register o oWUla of
Wills rIM th DIstrict of CoIU la Cl Clerk rk of
the PNb3te Court je613 je613PROPOSALS je6I3SS je6I3SSPROPOSALS
PROPOSALS PROPOSALSPROPOSALS PROPOSALSPROPOSALS
PROPOSALS will be received by tll Head Headof
of t Department or Tards and Docks Navy ay
Yard Washington D C until 1e OCLOCX OCLOCXA
A M JUNE I 1101 aDd publicly opened openedin
In his CKtHe at noon at that date for fur turJll furnishing
Jll nishing lng horses carte and teams with Uh
drivers for M use In that yard for the flscaj flscajyear s al alyear
year ceding JURe 36 1001 l9 Apply at the thtoAIee theOlSen
OlSen ot Yards and Docks lB Navy Yard YardaM4H1sl4m YardVeehisgtott
aM4H1sl4m D C for necessary blanks blankswhleh blankswhich
which will be tarnished te Intending bid bidden biddats
den Oft application J jeIZt5 jeIZt5DEPARTMENT ell 2ft 2ftDRP
DRP DEPARTMENT ART IILT OF THJiI INTERIOR Wash WashIngtn Washingten
Ingtn D c C June 1 1NS Se Jed proposals prepoaaJsla
la dupltcate mn be reoelTed at the Depart DepartmeRt Departmeat
meat until 2 ocJock p 1ft Thursday July
2 1HS 1 for the erection ot an Assembly Hall Hallat Haltat
at the Government lIW1plt1 for the Insane InaMIn
In accordance with drawings and Jlpecinca JlpecincatloRl specincatimts
tloRl to be Inspected at the Dep Department rtmeot AJI p ppikants
plkaub for plans will be roq required l to submit lIuDmltwith submitwith
with their application for same a certlfJed certlfJedoheck certiMcheck
check for Ie 6I as a guarantee that they will willret1tm willreturn
return plans In good condition Bidden are areInvit areinvited
Invit invited to attend Proposals must be marked murkedPropota1a markedPropoeals
Propota1a for Assembly Hall Go Government Governmenthospital mment mmentlIo
lIo hospital for the Insane FRA FRANK IC PIERCE PIERCEAct1BK PIERCEActing
Acting Secretary je36913H je36913HDEPARnIEXT jel6913l4DEPARTMENT
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR Wash WashIReton Washlngton
IReton D C June i 1 1566 Sealed proposals proposalsIn
In duplicate Im be receIved at the Depart Department Departmeet
meet until I OCLOCK P Y MONDAYJ2NE MONDAY IOlDAYJUlE
JUlE 22 1966 l9 and opened Immediately there thereafter thereafter
after for IIIImodellng plumbing at the Gov Government 0evernment
ernment Hospital for the Insane In COrd COrdDee scootilaxles
Dee with the drawings and specifications to tobe tobe
be had on application at the Department AU
bids must b ACCompanied by a certified certifiedcheck
cheek e setual ual to 5 per cent or the amount ot otthe ofthe
the bid payable to the Seetary tary or the theInt theIntrior
Int Intrior rlor Right I Is reserved to re reject ct any or orall orall
all bids or waive technical > l detects to accept acceptono acceptone
ono part and reJect the other as the Interest Interestof t tot
ot the servIce may require Bidders are In InTlted invited
Tlted to attend Propos 1s mUt must > bo marked markedProposals markedProposals
Proposals for RemOdeling Plumbing at the
Government Hospital for the Insane
FRANK PIERCE Acting Secretary JetU6 JetU6OFFICE je132oOFFICEI
OFFICE ot the Commissioner of the District DistrictGt
Gt Colwnbl COlUfltbiZ Washington D C Tune 1 12
1 195 Sealed proposals wilt be received at this thisoMee thisoffice
office until 2 oclock p m June 19 19M for torfurnishing forfurnishing
furnishing red sewer brick for UI dUring the thetill theficaI
till ficaI l icar r ending Juno 3 V9 Blank forms tonnsot formsof
ot proposal aal specifications and nd all necessary
information may be obtained at the omce ot otthe ofthe
the property clerk Room 38 District Build BuildIng Buildlag
lag HE HFNRT RY B F MACF MACFARLAND ARLAlD HE HENRY HENRYL RY RYL
L W WEST 5T > JAY J MORROW Commissioners CommissionersD
D C je1exSIHit je1exSIHitGENERAL jelfexStidtGENERAL
GENERAL DEPOT OF THE TH QUARTER QUARTERoUSTERS QUARTERMASTERS
oUSTERS DEPARTMENT Washington Wa8hlngtonD
D C May 15 198 Sealed Proposals In Intriplicate Intripilcate
triplicate will be receIved at thl this office until untilU
U ocloek a a m Monday ondQY June 15 19i5 and andthen andthen
then publicly opened for executing such Job Jobpr1ntlng jobptthOng
pr1ntlng ae may be required by this omen omcoduring omenduring
during t1 the Scent year commencing JUly 1
1908 Blank forms and Instructions for male makIng maleIng
Ing proposals and further Information de deslrel1 de deaired
aired will be furnished intending bidders on onapplicatIon oi oiapplicaUon
applicatIon to this omen The rIght Is j re re8erved t tserved
served to the United States to reject any or orall orall
all proposals or aocept any part thereof thereotBnelopes thereofEnvelopes
Envelopes containIng propQ6QI8 must be bemarked ie iemarked
marked Proposals for Job Printing and andaddrused ansaddressed
addressed to MAJOR 34 f ORA GRAY Y ZALIlSKr ZALINSKrQuartermaster I
Quartermaster U S A In charge ot depot depottnyU1618 depotmylJIe1S
tnyU1618 19jelt 13 13OFFICE 13icn
OFFICE icn OF CONSTRUCTING QUARTER QUARTERMASTER QUARTERMASTER
MASTER WALTER REED ARMY GEN GBNERAL GENBRAt
BRAt 1I0SPlTAL Takoma Substation SubstationVa SubstationVsehtngtOn
Va VsehtngtOn hlngton D C May 16 1908 Sealed SeaJedproposaiJt Sealedproposals
proposals In triplicate subject to usual con conditions condltions
ditions will be received bore until U j oolock oolocknoon oclocknoon
noon standard time June 15 1903 for eon GOnatructlon eonstructioti
atructlon ot Macadam Roads Asphalt Block BlockPavements BlockPavements
Pavements Bltulltb1a Pavements Concrete ConcreteWalks ConcreteWalks
Walks Concrete Curbing Brick Gutter and andC andCrnesings
C Crnesings lng Catehbaslns and Drains on the theWt11ter thetVttlt
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