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THE WASHINGTON TIMES SATURDAY JUNE 131908 13 1908 i 3
i ATRIOTIC ClTIZENS ClTIZENSHONOR
HONOR t OLD GLORY GLORYFlag f fFla
Flag Fla g Day Da Y Observed b by Y Yft th thG the
ft G and nd Army Arm Y YD and nd ndD
D 1 A R RRAISE RRAISE
RAISE 1814 EMBLEM EMBLEMAT
AT KEY Ir MANSIONWomen MANSION MANSIONVI
Women VI omen Conduct Exercises at AlL AlLPlaygro AllPla
Pla Playgro Y ndsPublic Schools SchoolsCelebrated
Celebrated YesterdayThe Yesterday
The Th annual celebraUen of Ulllag 1 1ag Da Day Daywar
war 8 gen8hilty ganet triy observed b eMed today hy formal formalfpresram formalgregrarita
fpresram gregrarita at historic petrels about tho tholty ihacity
city lty The Grand Army ot the Repuh Reputrrlic Repuhlie
lie as usuaI uau tcok the lnltlatlveln initiative in ar arranging arranging
ranging the programs ot 8 apaches hes and andI andsories
I SO sories 6 rorking In conjunction with wlihthe withthe
the G A R and affording much helpto help helpto
to that organization were aU the near nearlby nearby
lby by chapters ot the Daughters of the theAmerican the theAroerl
Aroerl American an Revolution RevolutionThe RevolutionThe
The prlnlcpal event or the city in bon bonor11 o oori
ori or11 tg the Stars and Stripes was bald lMIdthis baldthis
this atern80n at the old Key mansion mansionj2n ma ston stonln
j2n ln memory of otthe the author authorot of that name nameto nameto
to whcm the nation ow oxea Us Uuks thattksfar Uukstor
far the th naUvnal anthem the StaaSpangled Stl StlSpnlled °
Spangled Banner The Impre impreaslve lve c8le c8lemonIes re remonlea
monIes began with the catalog ot a ai aaupllcate
i Quplicate of the famous flag ot 11H 11HwhJth 2514which
which waved over Fort IcHenry aM In Inplred n npared
pared the writing wrlU ot the song songUnfurling ng ngUnfurling
Unfurling of Flag FlagAs PlagAs
As tfte tree StIU etas and Stripes were un unfarled n nIf
If Jrled to the brene bresaethe the U S S Dol Dolaphn
phln 1 fired the flag ag salute from the river rhMjust riverju
just ju l below The flag was as pr pl88eIt8d ettted tQ tQCommiHlonet toCommiseMnet
CommiHlonet Mact8lland who 00 JKCSW JKCSWed
ed by Master Charles Vdl DomIN DomINVelsgerber Domda1Celsgerber
Velsgerber the only bey y born ht n the theBtty theBetsy
Betsy Rosa house PhIIadllJphla whats whatsthe here herethe
the first flag or the nation waaa 11M made made1mmlAioner madet
t 1mmlAioner MaetarlaHd then handed handedthe handedthe
the banner io 11M Mabel Key Smith a agreatgrUddaulhter agreat
° greatgrUddaulhter great graanddaughter or lInutds Scots SeottKey Scotskey
Key vtho Yo ho ral raised ed it to the booming ot otthe ofthe
the large guns ot the Dolp Dolphin kln Betortt Betorttthe Bsferethe
the echo of the last gun died away the thelar1n8 theDiarine
lar1n8 Band struck up The Star StarFpangled StarSpangled
Spangled Banner while the entire u aaSfn usembla
sembla Sfn + biaga stood stoodPrayer stoodPrayer
Prayer was offered by the Rf Rev > Alfred Altr84Hardirg AlfredHarding
Hardirg after whleh hlch the hymn LordWith Lord LordWnh
With Glowing Hrt Id P Prclae ifleThee ifleTheewritten Thos
written 1 + by fir Ir Key Ke was sung Follow FollowIng Fol ow owing
Ing asolo 11010 by Jtlrs Thomas C NoyesJustice Noyes NoyesJut1ce
Justice Thorna H Anderson of the theDistrict theDistrict
District Supreme Court delivered an ad adDress d dress
Dress ress A TrIbute to Our JIIIag eas easdellverct as aseI1ver
dellverct eI1ver by Miss IMJeU Worrell and andthe andthe
the follOwing organll8 Ions recited the theoath theoath
oath 0 of a1lo alleglence Mnce to tM flagDaughters flag ftagDaughters
Daughters of the American Revolution RevolutbnDaughters RevolutionDaughters
Daughters or m 1i Children of the Am Am1car AmQr AmQricar
1car R Revolution volutlon Colonial Dames Patrl PatrlIts Patriots
ots Its sad Foulders the Wcuften s Repel RepelCnrpa Rell8tCorps
Corps Ladies ot the Grand Anny tt tny ofthe of ofthe
the Republic Ducbteqot Ittugbtairni of Yetn YetnLpgion eteranaLegion
Legion of Loyal LoyallYotttert Vomen Pa Pattlotie zofotie Ord Order Orderof r rof
of America Dau Daupter ltterg or America AmericaIJugbters Americahaughtera
IJugbters ot Liberty Isabel lvorrell lvorrellTall orrell orrell13all
Tall Flag AUOCIation EUza Eliaabath UI Rooln RoolnJ3erry RoboiaferrydrillmasterJohaALogattsGtrls
J3erry ferrydrillmasterJohaALogattsGtrls ferrydrillmasterJohaALogattsGtrlslag drill maste > rJohnA Lo sGrls sGrlsIlag
Ilag lag Brigade Annlt Butler captain captainFouowing capt1nFollowi
Followi Fouowing g a I song by Mi68 Christine ChclstlneChurch ChristineChurch
Church A S GoldsbOrough of the Bal Baltupore Baltimore
tupore bar made an a4drew The pro program proram
gram ram was concluded by remarks by F FS FKey
S Key of the District Bar who slag slaguelicered 8Q 8Qcelhered
celhered an original ode to Key KeyWork keyWork
Work of Daughters DauzhteISThe
The fonoln cOmmittee appointed by bythe bythe
the president general efts lriI Donald Aic AicLean Ole OleLean
Lean reprHe rapreeettted t the National Seclety SecletyD
D A R RIrs Rafro
afro Irs Charlotte Emerson Main SireEllen Mrs MrsEU
Ellen EU n Spencer 3Jusee3 lU88e Mrs Truman H HXewberry HNewberry
Xewberry Mrs Ettther Fr Frothingham FrothinghamNoble thlngham thlnghamNoble
Noble Mia Elisabeth l F Pierce Mrs MrsJohn MrsJohn
John Paul Earne t Mrs Mabel G6wormstedt G GSworm
Sworm 6wormstedt tedt Airs Amos G Draper Mrs MrsJ Irs IrsJ
J Eakin Gadebyy Gadsby fra rs H V Boynton i3oyntonand Boyntonand
and Irs Howard 1 L Hodgkins HodgkinsCelebrtion HodgknsCelebrations
Celebrations were held at the dttrer dttrerent difYerent
ent public schools yesterday afternoon atternoont
At t each building the exercises wore werdofned woreoaened
ofned with the SInging of the natlortalsachem national nationalalthem
sachem Her which speakers delegated delelatedbl
b bl the G A R addre addressed ed the pupils pupilsand pupilsand
and teachers The slnglnK ot other na nat natonal
t tonal onAI airs and th the recitation ot the oath oathOf oathof
Of allegiance to the Nag closed the cere ceremonle c re remonies
monies
Ar the PlaygroundsCeremonies Playgrounds PlaygroundsCeremonies
Ceremonies were held at the Wash WashIngton VVashington
Ington playgrounds this morning andafternoon and and1ttrnoon
afternoon The following committeehoc committee committeeha
ha hoc charge ot the work or assigning aseignlngEpeaker assigningspeakers
speakers and arranging programs for torthe forthe
the exercises exercisesMrs exetdsesMra
Mrs George T SmaUwood Mrs IIS Mary Maryi DiaryR
i R Ueox Miss Ihtrrlet Richardson RichardsonUss RichardsonDfiss
Dfiss Uss Anna S Ha Heaelton Uon Mrs Margaret MargaretM
SDI M K White Y bite Ain lrII Mary S hockwaia hockwaiaairs LookwOOa LookwOOaMrs
Mrs J H M1lJ8P8 Mrs WIlliam tt llltam R RL RLoeve
L Loeve we Mrs R C DuBois Mrs Morgan MorganrD
rD D Lewis Mrs L H Mattlngl Mrs MrsWoodbury DlratSVoodbury
Woodbury Pulsifer Mrs E 1 B tfown tfownsenu Jown Jownen
senu en altos lies Mary Desha Mrs Drury CLudlox C CLudlol
Ludlol Dlra Irs Harry arty T Guys Mrs C CD CL
D MerwIn Airs In Albert J Gorer Gore Mrs MrsVJlJlam airseFlilfam
+ VJlJlam Van Land Cox Mrs beorge beorgeG U eorgeG
G aia rartln bbinarMrs JwIrs Ellis iiiaaLogan Lopn Dlra rs Ber Beri Bertha
i ti18 Robbin Ro al 1lnt AI Mary ry C Beach BeachFollowing 1J6ach 1J6achFolloWing
FolloWing are the program or the thecelel thecelebrations
celel celebrations > ration at the playgroundlll playgroundlllAt
At the Georg Georgetown < < own playground Thlr ThlrIt1tourth Thlrytyfourth
It1tourth sad Q streets the theDollv Dolly 11ad 11adion Diadifa
ifa ion + on Chapter D A R dna Wndeit WndeitP W ndeU ndeUPo
Po P Stafford regent and the Sara Frank Frankt1 Frankiin
t1 iin n Chapter Mrs C D lIerwln regent regentWt regenttere
Wt tere re In charge Mrs Ir 1V r H Hoeke Hoekemade Hookeimade
imade made the th acidreotNlaJtd address seed presented the nag fWgifor nagifor
ifor the chapter B T Jenn Denney y super suJtrIsing supervising
Ising prlnelpl or tn the Georgetown GeorgetownrE
rE s = hools accepted > d It lor the Playground PlaygroundAi PlaygroundAcaoelatien
Ai Acaoelatien BOclAtlon The Industrial School Bandfuriahed Band BandIturnlahed
+ Iturnlahed music muicGarfield musicGarfield
Garfield ParkAt Park ParkAt
At Garfield Par Par5 Third rind F treeta etreetasautheasi treetasoutheast
sautheasi southeast the exorcises x reiss were I in charge chargetJt
tJt the American Chapter Owing to the thetrcrk th thwcrk
wcrk of f the cogent oC this chapter Mrs MrsL DlrsL
L H Mat nsIY who Is also chalrmau chalrmauot
ot the D A R playground commltttte commlttttelor
for the District of ColumbIA flags were werellre wereprestented
llre prestented ented to the playgrounds by the theliapl6 thecbaptsr4
cbaptsr4 liapl6 The Contln Continental ntal Chapter lltp lltpllJll DIrPilllam
llJll illlam m R Lowe regent and th thKatherine thn thnKatherne
Katherine Jtfontomery Chapter Miss MlsaMary MissDiary
Mary Desha regentAHIet regent aatsbted in prepar preparITg preparing
ITg trf th program programMrs programDirs
Mrs Flen Spencer letuseoy Mu y D A R Rvif Rvice
vice president smnll g neral presented the thefag thefie
fag fie g anti JIr Frederick rlck G Coldren oldren aceepted aceeptedH secs P Pit fed
H MI1 Isabel Worrell Ball made an anaddre anaddress
address addre i the Gong To the Flag was washnt wassung
sung and the Isabel Worr woman J1 Ball Fbi FbiAsiiOClatloft rlsAssoetatlon
AsiiOClatloft saluted the Rag and gave gavea
a tag drill
North Capitol CapitolAt
At the tJI North Capitol and L streets slreetsI streetstplaygrouad
playgroun4l I the Cenatitutioa CoINItI Uon Chapter ChapterMrs ChapterSirs
Mrs XOIga D Lewis regent and andchairman a d dchalrnNln
chairman et tM D A R R eommptee on onC11ilrel onChildren
Children of the Republic for Ute D15 D15trid Dsttiet
trid of Colum Columis4s were assisted by the tbetr thetrlowing
tr trlowing 10wt Mpters MptersMary ehaptarsAary
Mary Washington Jrlrs try Mary SLockwood S SLockwood
Lockwood recent Continental Dames DamesMn Damesfd1s
fd1s Mn Harry T Guss recent Martha MarthaWaehJJgtoncrs DiatthaiWaghligtott
Waghligtott WaehJJgtoncrs irs J I lll lJapi appt ie e
I z GIVES = ELAG F LA AT KEY MANSION MANSION 1 1I 1
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CHARLES VEIL DOMUS WEISGERBER WEISGERBERThe
The Only Boy Ever Born in the Betsy Ross House Philadelphia Where the theFirst theFirst
First National Emblem Was Made
gent a and d Capt Molly Pitcher 1IIrs 1IIrsAlhert IetnAlbert
Albert J Gore regent regentMrs regentfirs
Mrs Lewitl prMlded alld presented pre entecl the theftag theflag
flag which was accepted by Gu Gustavus GustavustiVeber tavu8 tavu8Yeber
Yeber Chaplain Couden made aa ad addrfloS8 address
dress drfloS8The dressTho
The Paul Revere and Chrl Chrato toDller er Co Columbus Columbus
lumbus Clubs Children ot the 1epubllc 1epubllcwere spubltci
were pre present ent and Mrs Lawl awardsthe awards awudectthe
the sUk flag which Md been given byDirs by byMrs
Mrs George T Sma1Jwood Stat vicetagent vice viceroegent
roegent for the bHt essay on Ameri American Amercan
can Cltlzenshp Citizenah i t written by a member memberor
or the Paul Revere COlub COlub1lrtiI CiubDIrB
1lrtiI Charles jV V Brown awarded the the1Ii thtat
1Ii vet er medal given by firs Lewi tOt fort tOtUie
t Uie e second best essay on this subJe t tBurc tBurcpea
Burc Burcpea ea Clement was given the first flrtprize firstprize
prize and Guy Habecom the ascot d dRaphael dRaphael
Raphael Afeeurlo eeurlo and Edlnard Dito amembers a amambers
members of the Columbus Club raised ralsoKltbe raisedthe
the flag The Star Spangled Banner Banner8IId Bannerand
and America were sung sungVirginia sungVirginia
Virginia A Avenue AvenueAt venue venueAt
At the Virginia avenue and Eleventh Eleventhstreet Eterenthstreet
street southeatllt playground 3trs 115 1VIt 1VIt11am 11 11lIam
lIam Zandt Co Cox re regent nt of OUr Flag FlagChapter JII JIIChapter
Chapter and ebahman Cbah ° man oC the commit committee canmlttee
tee on arrangpmenta arrangmentau was awriated Iated by bythe b bthe
the Arm Army and Nary Chapter r MrLK MrLKC Alta R RC
C DuBow regeftt regentthe tb MaTY Bartlett llartlettairs Bartlettfrs
airs frs Woodbury Ptdstfer re reg ant the theEml1 fileEmil
Emil Nelson JoIn George G atarttn atarttnregent artln artlnregent
regent regent the Judge Lynn Mrs Bertha BerthaM rtha rthaM
M Robbins resent and the Monticello MonticelloMrs AlontlcelMAirs
Mrs Mary C Beach regentThe regent regentThe
The State regent MIa Howard L LHodgkins LHod
Hodgkins Hod kinsprelided presided and MrR tra Cox spoke sOkeon spokeon
on the subject ot Our lag She ShepreHnted Shepresented
presented a a fie ftar to this playground playgroundCharles playgroundCharles
Charles F Weller accepted the fla flaCharles flag flagCharles
Charles Lman made an zddresa zddresaAt 1ddre 1ddreAt
At the Juvenile Court playground 181i 181iF 81dF
F street Commlll8tonr or Patents PatentsIoore PatentsMoore
Moore presented the flag for the Xar Jriarcis
cis ci Burns Chapter Mrs EllS Logan I
Fine Teams of Cabinet Memhers MemhersPaiel lt lembersPaid
Paid for by the Government
With the UaUed States GOIernmont GOIernmontpaying GoMernmentpaying
paying the tons riding In a well appointed ap appolnt
polnt pointed coach wih ltn a liveried coach coachman coachman
man driving a p4 pair r or fine ho hotaes the thememb8ls themembers
members of the Pr8Ildents CabltMt have havelIttle haveilttte
lIttle to h bother ther them In the way y of ofmaintaining ofmaintaining
maintaining a stable ach dt member ot otthe ofthe
the Cabinet Is furnished with bones bonesand riles rilesand
and vchlcl vehioles and Uncle SaJI pays the theSecretary thetittle
tittle tittleSecretary j
Secretary Loeb Is ae WGl1 Axed 1ft this thisrespect lharespect
respect as 8 Cabinet officer Eaeh clay clayafter dayafter
after the Pr President aldl has flnlaked his hismorning hiemorning
morning business his secretary walk walksthrough walkthrough
through the Executive offices andentelli andentelliII and enters entersa
a II carriage drAwn lIy a pelt ot flack blaekhorses flackhorses
horses He Is driven to his home for forluncheon forluncheon
luncheon and does not return to the theWhite theNhite
White lIoulte until J oelock In the at atterroon afternoon
terroon terroonSecretary ternoonSecretary
Secretary Tan although rivaling Sec Secretary Secretary
retary Garfield In the frequtA frequrttty y ot his hisislts hisvisits
visits islts to the White House uses a a car carriage carriage
riage leas than any other member ot otthe ofthe
the Cabinet The Secretary finds that thatwalking thatwalking
walking helps to keep down flesh as II wen wena weltas
a as anthlng elM and 5Ohe so h pounds bAck bAckand backand
and forth from the war D p6rtment Depiartmentclimbing p6rtmentclimbing
climbing and descending de cendlflK the stone stepsof steps stepaof
of the State tVar ar and Nay avy bullding bulldingwith bulldln bulldlnwith
with surprising glUty agiNtytattorney glUtyMttorney
Mttorney tattorney General Bonaparte ill the thechampion thechampion
champion pedestrian pede tri n of 0 the Cabinet CaltlnetSwlnrfng CabinetSwinging
Swinging his portfolio In one hand andn and
n cane In the other the legal advIseror advIser
or the th President may be seen everyTuesday every everyTuesday
Tuesday and Friday between the De Department Department
partment of r Justtee and a td the White WhiteHouse whiteHouse
House air r Bonaparte 18 80 fond ot otwalclng ofwalking
walking that that h Invariably refuses Mil Milorrer x11otters
orrer otters or 8 lift at the conclusion of ofthe ofthe
the Cabinet meetings meeUngJimmy meetingsJimmy
Jimmy Garfields visits to the Shite ShiteHausa hlte hlteHouse
House are 50 freqQnt that a8 800 soon as asIda a ahiS
hiS driver gets out of the maze ot traf traf1c
1c on F street and hks th t a uphalt on
Pennsylvania av avenue nue lie lrows th threins the thereins
reins loose loo e and the PAIl pa + r or bays joss jossalong jogsalong
along and swings Into the lower gate gateas 8ateas
as naturallY a8 the they could find khetr khetrown thelr thelrOwn
Own stall In the barn Jlmm Jimmy jr
frequently accompanies his father to the
White House and while hlle waIUnS dkl dklcusses discusses
cusses political matters with the coa coach coachman h hman
man manP manPostmaster
Postmaster P > etmaster General Meyer Uk like his
brother Cabinet officers has horses horsesand horseRand
and carriages placed at his disposal by
a kindly government but he rarely uses
them He prefers his little electric runabout run runabout
about which he drives himself
There could be no batter Indication ot
Secretery S retary Wl1sons a love ot good horses
than n looK at the beautltully beautlfull Y Proper ProperStrawberry > ropor
111 rIH IoI n I I I I I I I I I I I II
I T
f Strawberry Ice Cream Cream2roah I Ih
2roah h rmt t tJ
J 5125 125 lw gallon gallonlJeUve1e4 Galloneell +
eell lJeUve1e4 + tereQ Icoc1 iceaLTire E Et
t The cono Conover V er Ice Cream Cot Co CoTolophoao
t lphono lforlh i otth T31L 791Er t tJ
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t t 1111 111d i 1 I IfI rt
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N < < rent and Judge DeLaey aeeept aeeapted It Itbl itrr
bl t the 1e playground The salute lte t6 theag the thefog
fog ag xsa given by b y the Chlklreft ot the theAmerican theAmerican
American Revolution RevolutionVomans RevolutionWomans
Vomans Relief Corpsshe Corps CorpsThe
The rdpartment dartment or the P + tomac Komac1Vomans > tomacoman
1Vomans oman Rdlef Corps xin 111 hold pai p trl trloUc < r rotic
oUc servloes at the Chrilltlan ChurchVermont Church ChurchVermont
Vermont avenue between N and 0 0streets 0atreeta
streets northtfeet on Monday rIGht t + ightf ightf7t0 at
7t0 10 oclock NfL J Emma Eva Evans J Jl110tlc pa patriotic
l110tlc Instructor Departm Departtrrut lt ot the thePotomac thePotomac
Potomac hils ha + s arranged JOn a avprepriate avprepriateprororam prepriataogram
prororam ogram lint tt the church churc wilt will btI dec decurated dscu
u urated with lth flagat p Col 0J John S Walker Walkercommander Valkercommander
commander DeptrfmenJ ot the Potomac Poto Potomac
mac G A R and his start and Mrs MrsEnun SireEmma
Emma L Newt eat a I pre president ldent De Det Detnent Dep rt rtment t
ment of the thescat Potome W V R C and h hstair er
stair will be yresent yresentAddresses resent resentAddrMSfI
Addresses wtil w I be delivered by depart departnt epartIJ1ent
IJ1ent nt commander department presMent presMentenlor pre tdent tdentIor
enlor Ior Vice Depattment CommtttdirH Commanderl CommanderlH
H Holbrook Dcptlnmt Chaplain the theRev thtsRev
Rev C R V Gallghar th the Rev Henry HenriLouden HenryN
N Couden D D chaplain of the House HOUNand Houseand
and the Rev E E YarahalJ YarahalJPragram MarahaliProgram
Program of Music MusicVO kiusicVenal
Venal VO AI musk wm be reJMIored 87 letrx 018 018B
B 3 H Sawn airs rL Ne1 eUie 8 Newtoa NewtoaShore NeMtottShore
Shore M Dint lira Seeley Seelo Arthur daN QnIner daNner
ner and Geoge Newton There wilt ill be beelectlcms beaelectlons
electlcms by bits Irs E C t Sparks aad a akh amedley
medley of nataonal l airs r for Plano bythe by byA
the Richardson kh d = sisters sistersA r
A feature of the JierIMii set + Icer will be Ut Utlute th thsalute
salute lute to the ft flag This will be b fto ftoby fnlbwad fnlbwadby
by the PreHutation Preset + tation oC u the PIa g by bythe bythe
the children n Qf the t e Su Sunday ehool h 1 or ortht t tthis
tht this chlidc church char h In n clarge c ge Day of f Mn 3 Ira Nenle NenleC el io ioC
C Bradley BradleyInyltatlo1S BradleyInvitatlets
Inyltatlo1S have been n lent to all fr frternl fra fraternal
ternl organlMUons and a cordial Snvitation In Invitation
vitation 111I extended to the public
Honed animals which ha haul 1 hi him to the theCabinet theCabinet
Cabinet meetings The horses ue get getting et ettlDg
ting along In yrs but they are Atlifelt IItm IItmtun
felt ot life big and strong and pod goodbreeding
= breeding g Iii peen f8l1 In Every line ot their theirSecretary ihelbodies
bodies bodiesSecretary
Secretary Cortelyou seldom dtvu d = 3vet to tothe toLhe
the White House He is S uaainy U t aUy atork at atork
ork at b hip de desk k In the Tre Treaatrry ury Bulld Bulldng Bulldag
ng on bef before re 11 otIOCk o dock and 80 Ift Iftstead laaaead
Jonf
stead 0 again orderinG his hl cUrfage cattle a out outnl outoP
nl the stable stR le he walks swlftl wlftly y to to meat meathis meethis
his chler and after relWlrklngemaft relWlrklngemaftd rostarking out outdertlally
dertlally d Ualb at the cenlu8lon ot the meet meetIng meeting
Ing that he has nothing to 88 say he heweD hawends
weD wends s his sllont way back to the fian fianctal flnandal
ctal hub of the United St2te St2teSeeretary 6tatesSecretary
Secretary Root Is driven to his office otticeeyery officeerery
eyery morntnt and usually returns tv
his home for Itncheon but be never neverJoeB ne ve vedoes r
does to the White House House In hi his carriage
Secretary Secrete Straus 18 apparently an ex excellent excal
cal cellent ant judge ju e of o horhf1e b for he has a apaJr apair
pair of anImals which with the pos8lble poaelbleAxeeptfon pos8lbleexeepUon
exeepUon ot the pair owned by the Sec Secretitry Secretar
retar retitry y ot Agriculture are the beet In Ine n ne
e Cabtn Cabinet Cabinetl t tGIfford
GIfford G l ff o rd Plnchot who Is a 8 nearCabinet nearCabinetotncer near Cabinet Cabinetofficer
officer t + nd who visits the President Presidentabout Presidentabout
about as orten M some memb members rs ot o the theo1ficlal theofficial
official family has deserted the th hor horns
fOr the automobile and and2JtbouJh althou the I
tonpeau of f his 94horse horsexower ewer car 15 h hurlotlsly ln
urlotlsly furnished he 1 r fond ot eittin eittinon ttUng g
on the frpnt seat with tJ16 chauffeurTURTLE chauffeur chauffeurTURTLE
TURTLE WAS MEAN MEANTO
TO 0 LAZY ANGLER ANGLERWINSTED R RtlI
WINSTED tlI STED Conn June 13FtIU 13FtIUGray 18 Pltll PltllGray
Gray an o enthusiastic thuslasUc fisherman whoowns who whoowns
owns a cottage on the shore or llgh kilghland llghland
land Lake desiring buliheQd for break breakfast breakfast
fast and being too weary to gofishing gOfi hlng
halted p lIno and hook dropped it over ovorthe overthe
the porch root Into the lake fastened futonedthe fastenedthe
the other end of Ute line to his toe and andand andand
and went to bedBefore bed bedBelore
Before he got to sleep he fIt hi hie toe
jerk and pulled In a bijllhead Between Betweentaking Betweentaking
taking the fish off the hook rebalUng rebalUngand
and washing his hands he didnt cet
any sleep
Vhen the bullheads had forked his toe
sore and he was thinking ot giving up
the sport a terrific yank brought him
out of bed on one toot the othair oth r shoot
InS out the wIndow with the line Howl
Ing with pain he pulled In the line and
found he had taught a large snapping
turtle
350 tiffany Iffan Cluster ilu star Ring RIB f
X150 X150This 150 150This
This partIcular partIcularrIng particularr1rg
rIng Is our lec lec0gnze1 recognlze
0gnze1 < t leader leaderIt
It Is s Dfffany Dfffanymounting ffany ffanymounting
mounting withcenters with withcenters
centers of Ru Rubies Rubies
bies Turquoise Turquoiseetc
etc surrounded surroundedwith surroundedwith
with L Luclos tJ c I 0 8
DiamC1nds A regular 1360 360 rIng
tipedal or t today day and andDionda
Monday MondayClO y 1 J 0
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Arrest Brings Brin g s Sensational SensationalClimax Se nsational nsationalClimax
Climax t to Linco Lincoln In Will WillContest WillContest
ContestLII Contest ContestLINCOLN
LINCOLN LII taOI + N N6b Qb June l tThe The Hen Henaet1on1 sensational
aet1on1 arrest yestElrd afternoon oC oCMrs ofMrs
Mrs Alfred M Sh fihealr yan r chle bene beneftoJary benefldary
ftoJary of the wlJl of the late Mrs MrsHern DiraFIorn
Hern suddenly stopped the contest or orUte ofthe
Ute will teas whloh has been In prog progre progress
re ress In the dl dittrlct trlct court for the past pastUtreewltekJ
UtreewltekJ weeks and necessitated a tam temporary tamperary
perary adjournment adjournmentMTS
Nits Sbevallot 18 charGed with havttlg hav havS
ttlg S robbed the body pi r Din Mrs Horn and andwith I
with racklng rar + awcking the house Immediately Immediatelyaftor
after the womans death last August AugustIn
In this efty securing upward ot 10000 S10Ob0la 10000I
I la mone money diamonds and other val valuablftl valuabi
uablftl uablftlVheA uabi uabiSVhen
VheA taken to the pol poltpe e statlon statlanlilts statlonMr5
lilts mvaJler denied having anykaewledge any anykRowledge
kRowledge ot the disappearance or the thedead theload
dead womans valuables but when whenMarched whenarearohed
Marched by Dfat ratrpn n Doyle a a roll or o obank 1
bank notes was found cured hIdden In n her Gardress
dre dress amounting to it 60 60Mrs 000 000Dlra
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Mrs Horn died In August 1901 atpr atprII
II brief Ulne llineas She left an estate estatevalued estatevalued
valued a at UOOfXX > all oC whleh Is s de deIItrabl d dairable
IItrabl Lincoln property Sh She has sia siatelll eistare
telll living In St Louis and Cinelnnafl Cinelnnaflbut
but preferred to live alone In her LIn LIncoln Lincoln
coln bonl bonlShe hontShe
She wee waS eared for during her final finalalck finalelcknsee
alck elcknsee BY Alta Mr Shvalter a neIgh nelghbor I Ihttr
httr In draWing up her will she ma malt + lb lblitre I < i iMra
Mra ShevaJler the sole legatee cutting cuttingoft < utungotr
oft her WoCHi rela1lv 1 whten led to toa tf tfII
II eonte oontest t During the trIal a nurse nursehire nur e en
hire n Nurln Htned that she saw sawMrs saw7re
Mrs Sluw1er administer laudanum Ifludanumon
on veral oec occeslona Ion to the aged 12 12Uent patient
Uent UentMAKES tientMAKES
MAKES WIFE SLAVETO SLAVE SLAVETO
TO HIS AFFINITYChurch AFFINITY AFFINITYChurch
Church Member and Temperance TemperanceVorker TemperanceWorker
Worker ForceS Obedience Un Under
der Threat of Death DeathJ
J JA N itw VILL1I Wis June UIntpris 19Imptiacreed UIntprison
on creed In alon817 summer cottage several senralmU severalmiles
mU miles up the river Mu Richard D DMil DMahe
Mil Mahe wu w toreed to minister to the thewan thewants
wan wants of her hU8MM affinity Al Altheup A Atheugfi
theup threatened with death should shouldshe shouldshe
she attempt to eFCape JMt she Mil auAJ auAJwblle axaywhlis
wblle he her husband wbuarand was busy atsd not notfted o t tfled
fled the sberilt sberiltAt aheriftAt
At the trial yMtefllay the story eC etelaveryr eCIIlavery
IIlavery told by the wife was proved provedand provedand
and he wu sentenced to eighteen eighteenmonUul eighteenmonths
months In the State prleonHe prlQOn prlQOnHe
He recently proCe professed ed religion join joined joined
ed a tem temperance nee society and told the theoftkertil theofficers
officers hi his wife lte had deserted him leay leaytng leaving
tng lm to care for fo three sma smaN children chlklrenMt childrenIe
Ie Mt AH tokt the court her husband huebaoobad husbandhad
bad twice Inytt inritsd = 1 her tq row Oft the therler thericer
ricer after he haoi told th the other WOMAn WOMAn1M wetnanbs
1M meant to drown her Once he tried triedto trletlto
to throw Mt Drat a high Dank 1ft n trOftt trOftto ront rontof
of o a train tile WIfe saki sakiAs I
A As he III a steam fitter he wouldleave would wouldleave
leave the louse early In the morning morningiocJdng I I1ocda
1ocda his zits until he returnedSLAYS returned returnedi returnedSLAYS
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SLAYS SWEETHEART SWEETHEARTTHEN t tTHEN
THEN KILLS SELF SELFIOJUU3TOV SELFSAIORRI9TOtVN
IOJUU3TOV N J June 11Wtth L1withher 11Wtth1Ier
her tour lIttM children at nom crying torher fer ferher
her Mrs Lltz residing at the Morrle i itown i itown
town Golf CluB x Ia8 as shot and kilted klUedyuter4aY kiltedyealerdaY
yuter4aY n nel + at the Rolf JInks by Frank FrankFernLlO FrankFerraro
FernLlO aft ItaUa barber who after afterwards afterwards
wards committed sulfide by blowing blolngout
out hi his hcalns brahrsTat hcalnsThe
The Tat h tragedr rag ed y 18 supposed sup pea peacaused ed to have been en eneaUMd
caused by Ferraros desperate Jove e for forXr f
Ferraroa 1desperate
oe oee odr odrIK
IK Xr a Lit Litz I He le c called 1 1 upen ber of ofuke
uke her to take a aShe stroll atr flnwith lth him himShe
She did asLater 110 110Later
Later bet little chlldren1I cries cau8 caused causeda d dsearCh
a searCh to be started The womansbody womans womansbed
bed body was found near the body of her herslayer herslayer
slayer a bullet hole in her eye and an another another
other In the back or her head The Theweapon Thex
weapon x with which the deed was done doneJay donek
Jay k y bede be de them themEXCURSIONS
EXCURSIONS EXCURSIONSRegular E ERegular
Regular Saturday night and Sunday SuDdaymOndDI Sundaymorning
morning weekend trips to ColonialBeads Colonial ColonialBech
Beads will be made this week thesteamer the theteamer
steamer St Johns le leotiing vlng her wharf wharfMr8 whorlbare
bare at 1i4I this afternoon and 845 to tomorrow tomorrow
morrow morning These teekendtrlps teekendtrlpsto
to NIt water on the Potomac are areamong areamong
among tM most delightful out of ofa8hlngt ofaahington
a8hlngt n and offer an opportunU opportunUfor
for a long ride on the riper with a apleasant apleasant
pleasant pltce to slap st p and plenty toamuse to toamuse
amuse at the end ot the journeyThose journey journeyThose
Those who go to the Beach Saturday Saturdaynight Saturdaynight
night Kill find aU the hotels and boarding board boardIng
Ing homes open and ready to accommo accommodate accorntnodate
date them and those who gO down Sun Sunday 6unda
day da wilt have about five ltoursat ours at thebeact the thebe
be beact elt for a pleasant time until 6 p m mwhen mwhen
when the steamer starts for home and andwlll andwill
wlll rich VAShington after 1030 1000oclock
Theee These Theseesatmt esatmt Saturday > ay Itght night and Sun Sunday Sunday
day trips will r it be b made e durIng du ins the monthof month monthot
ot Junol Jutte and the regular season with withdally withdally
dally tr taps ps will open about July Jul 3 3StoPs 3Stops
StoPs made at Alexandria going and andreturning andreturning
returning returningRlV1 returningRiver
River VIew the pretty resort In InMaryland n nDlaryland
Maryland on te t e potomac rIver nr nrFort nearIlort
Fort Vashlnton Is now in full opera operation operation
tion And dally tps t ipa arc being made to tot1le tothe
the reeoJt by the steamer Queen Anne AnneTomorrow AnneTomorrow
Tomorrow she will leave her wharf at atthis atthis
this city at n a m3O m 230 and Gab p m mAnd mand
And returning returnlngwill 111 leae lea e River View Viewat
at 1 i and 930 Po m The rounds and andamusemett8 andauttisementa
amusemett8 at the resort have been beenput beanput
put in thoroug thrro eg ar o er llQd a pleasant plensantda pleasantday
da day can be b spein aP at the resort resortSunday resortSunday
Sunday has for f iveears Jears been the business businessmans bueinoaamans
mans dRY at River A r VIew The concerts concertsby concertsby
by the River VIew orchestra form anattractive an anattracUve
attractive feature ot the days pleasure pleasureat
at the resort resortFEZ resortFEZ
FEZ IGNORES PRETENDER PRETENDERFEZ
FEZ Morocco DiorocchQ June 13No fifthUng
Iles h followed tho t entrance Into Fez o othe of ofthe
the army of Iullli Hasid the pretender pretenderHe
He Is thoroulrh1y thorou hl Intrenched here hereand hereand
and it is thought th R that he will make makAtno a atnocement
tno tnocement ement against asaidnst the strongholds of ofhis ofhis
his brother A AbdEIAzis haEl Az1s The pretend pretenders
ers authorIty has s so far been een Ignored IgnoredFootwear ignoredo ignoredea
o
Footwear 00 ea for or orea the theWhole
Whole 0 ea Family FamilyAt
At Money MoneySaving Moneysaving
Saving PrIc Prices Pricesache st stRobt
Robt R o tit Berberichs B ache C h s Sons SonsWashingtons ens ensWashingtons
Washingtons Largest Laitest and Moat
Pro Progressive 6hoe Rouse RouseSZOR
1Ib 6isio227Ih SZOR 2 f h St StEstablIshed t tstabllehad
EstablIshed > 1868 1868c
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BABY BOY HOPELESSLY CRIPPLEDGIVEN CRIPPLED CRIPPLEDGIVEN
GIVEN HOME BY NEW FRIENDS
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lR AND MRS SJlALLEY AND FOSTER SO SOFOt SOFT SOFTFat
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Fat Wlioa TillY Started Out to Find a Heme
Heads of American Salvo Salvation Salvation1rmyTook 1 ion
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1rmyTook Arm Y Took Child From FromYoung
YYoun
Young Youn g gThe Woman WomanThe
The idtftUty of hIa p parents eaU adtrouded adtroudedfa rouded roudedIn
In tnyattcy lIt a brt brillht t tilese9ed ed redhalred red redbJred
bJred for of a a y rer uaeonecIowI of oflb ofthe
lb the tact that 1M will have to fro tbroulrh tbroulrhills tb tbUfe
ills a hope hopeisas cripple ixipp ii i l11vtq today In InII laa
II borne 0 better perba perbptI pa than bla motherand mother motherand
and father could give ve blM wJaQe a man manand tnaasad
and a womaa talalstu JaIa1 er to Ills wants and andcare sadcare
care for hint with aU the lave and ten tendsrneea eD eDderneu
derneu oC 0 parenta pareataThe parentane
ne foradUag fouftdU < < wu brOuPt to the thehome thehome
home ot the AJneI1aua aJvatIoe Army ArmyUJ ArdayOlt
UJ Stxh tilt h stray nerthweatt DOttIiw last T Tiutuks Tiutuksgirtng IaIUJ IaIUJgtvtag
gtvtag Day Mr oared Mn J JMr Jehn9istal Jehn9istal1e3
Mr ta charge of ue bM Mallrt rtsro took loektbe tookthe
the elaUd In ex expectlag drat befOre ntsay ntsayweeira y yw
w weeira eiul they would And a permanent
boasa 110 for flu babe Tho infant was leftat left leftat
at the boasts by y a young wOman x who whol x ho hore
l re uee6ed that 110 qUMtloas be asked ukedabout askedabout
about t1I the Idtky ot tM child childlira
lira 18 Smalley Utttened to the wornan wornanHory womansstory
story and at1aftecI thAt the mothercould mother mothercould
could trot dvetbe v the boy a home r even eenear8 evene
ear8 Car e tlfJr te > r film i n the lroper p pagreed to er manner mannerA31ted
agreed to find a bone tor the he child A AfeWdays Afewdaya
feWdays later Jdsas Irs SmaJley dlJCOvered dlJCOveredlbaL dlr covered coveredthat
that the child Jpc were deformed At A AphJ
physlCtan phJ tcla examined t the he heflat child and Kid Kidthat
that he would never be able to walk walkKhen i iheft
Khen heft Mn SmaUy learned thin shemnauhed she sheronuhed
ronuhed her hu husband bnd abOut putting puttingtbe pttitinithe
the babe babela D a home where he could begiven be beven
given ven medll treatment But the phY phYlclan phYslctan
lclan assured them that nothing known knownto
to medical science would help het the child childtht childthat
that be moat go throuGh liCe a help helpleu hslp1sae
leu cripple crippleWhen crippleWhen
When this Information was given the thepie thecouple
couple pie they decided t6 adopt the child ehlldtlHmllelYN childthemaelres
tlHmllelYN AM so the little wait that thattou thattoua
tou rl his hl war to the home more than thansix tlaanIIIODtlul
six IIIODtlul ago motJterlif and alone alonefa ne nelit
lit the xaprW lJll lkI Is a t Lois tIy y tie adopted son ot offir otWr
Wr and Mra Irs S Sma tnartey ey Legal Legally he i6 i6Baxter isBaxter
Baxter John Smalley
Fath Father r and Son Will Wed NursesKeeping Nurses NursesKeeping
Keeping Promise Made Dying Wife
aIOLT ot T HOLLY N J June lJTha lJThacUJDlLX ixThaclimax
climax to a double w wecWing nc which III isthe IIIthe
the outcome Of a deathbed compact contpctwilt compactwut
wilt be reached tomorroW when serv services Ie IeIc08
ices In n conformity wtth the rites or theCatholic the tbeCatholic
Catholic reUon wail be held In Phll Phlldel Phlla Phlladelphla
delphla del bl with the Rev D H Brougitalas Brougttal
81 the of1lelaUatt C1dlVman cr > sman Carmine Carmineand CarrnUcand
and Vlncenzo Pule Pa1Iete te father a and d son 8Onwill sonwill
will respectively WE wed iJS AnWel Isaiandher bad badandher
andher pretty daurlIter Cbrlatlaii Iz Izd Isz
z d The wedding 1eut wt11 be celebrated celebratedn rated ratedIn
In n true Italian style Sunday eYeniu ereniug at atthe atthe
the borne of the PallantM on Shrevlt Shrevlttreet Shreveattest
attest Iount Holly to which a a number numberof
of guests have been invited The father fatberAnd fatherand
And son have comfortable homes adjein adjeinIng adjrining
Ing each otherVincenzo other otll6rVln
Vln Vincenzo enzo q a bright jouns man IJeV IJeVenten seventeen
enten years old rrd d hili bride Ie ot thl thlsame + r rsame
I h ant analwhen antwhen
same age He epeaka good Eaglfah
when seen today arald Jd We e have lives lIveuhere liveshere
here about a year and mother died diedabout diedabout
about six months ago Vhen she Reat Reattaken IUI IUItaken
taken lit Mrs Iut and her daughter daudKerwhom daughterwhom
whom we had known before came hereand here hereand
and acted ag nurses They made motll motLor motLorSHIES r rSHIES
SHIES AT ALTAR ALTARVILL ALTARWILL
WILL TRY AGAIN AGAINBalky AGAINBalky
Balky Man Is Nervin Nerving Himself Himselffor Himselffor
for Fourth DaSh at atMatrimony atMatrimon
Matrimony MatrimonyJERSEYVILLK Matrimon y yJIaItSEYVILLiIi
JERSEYVILLK III June IJThrJee 1iThriceDaniet IJThrJeeDanlel
Danlel Matthews caretaker of the tbelii Jer JerseVme r rseytitle
seVme Methodist Church nerved nervedht htmi blm blmselt mi
self sUfficiently to advance In aig sight ht o othe of ofthe
the marriaGe altar ThrIce hi his coyne coyneforced coyness coynessforced
forced him to night lght H Hhis He 18 feu trlJ to r to tooonvinoe
convince himself that thatcill en bl his fourtol at attempt at
tempt June i1 t he Will conquer oo nq nqtimidity uer his hisUmldtt
timidity UmldttHis timidityHis
His first matrimonial Asarco was two twoyears twoyears
years ago when he breathlly rtunC rtunCed
ed tile marrl mart martlira Ia r lIcen o to the deck cleekMrs
Mrs Diary Iary ailller mer o ot Roaedaie Ro edale Jerseycounty Jersey Jerseycounty
county hiS fiancee persuaded him he hewould hewould
would have sufficient courage away 8wayfrom awayfrom
from pomp at Carroll Carrolitor tor Ill but thEre thErele therelie
le tied too sac fUlng png on a train tralnAs trainAa
As Miss Mary Maryler Tuler and Matthes Mattheswatohed 3laithewswatched
watched the new year ear arrive In church churchJanu + t tJanuary
Janu January 1 they reached reaattedta a Leap Year fearenlateanent Yearen
en enlateanent enlateanentoil agen6nt agen6ntFire
Fire UndervrJtersJ Sale SaleFour
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racy ery mCortable and she he was as loud in inpraJte Inpraise
praise t th the attention which they gave gaveher gaveher
her obey did everything possible but butIt butIt
It was or no avail Both women were wereagll woreagnieaWe
agll agnieaWe l6ble and We 1I1 them themBefore themBefore
Before mother died she he ealod ll d us to tohor toher
her bedside and as a d ding ing requeat ask aske4 aske
e4 e that father marry Mrs Izzl and that thatI
I 8houlil shoe kr become the husband or hfr hfrdaughter Iteru
daughter u S h to The proposition p ro sitlon came as a 1 1great
great surprise to t o Ulf u s and after r a a c ceuhatbn con consultat10n on
sultat10n WE assured a sured mother that herwishes her herwl
wl wishes hes would ould b be carried out and our ourenpgements ourengagements
engagements were announced ThIs ThIsHeme T
hs hsseemed
Heme seemed < < to make her very cry happ y but buts she sheexpired e eex
ex expired fired JOon atttr that Last Ionday DtondaYfatpher Iondaytather
tather fatpher and I went to Philadelphia and andto nndto
to the home lollle of Mrs Izzl In Ienslngton IenslngtonFrom KensinbKonFrom
From there we proceeoed proceetied to the City CityRan CityHall
Ran secured R 0 o marriage licenses andhad and andhad
had a civil marriage 1JcrfoIoed pcrfo tned 17Y Ir a ajustce austlce
justce ot the Peace ease Vo took So short shorttn wort
tri tn to W VaablnS1on bin on and returned withd withat with withOUr
OUr ou brides d at to Mount aunt Holt ell S Father Is Istortt
tortt orty btwo 0 ears ears aid oJd and and my m beent atepmother atepmotherIs s e a mother
Is fittytour Nfl Y Yfor fur o She S ho has been a widow widowfor
for several yean yeanWhen yearsVhon
When Vlneenzo translated thA th con congratUItlons conratulations
gratUItlons extended the biishing biishingbrides ushln ushlnbride
bride could onl only acknowledge their ap appreciation apprecietton
preciation with Ith smUts as U they cannot cannolspeak cannotspeak
speak English EnglishDRIVEN EnlIshDRIVEN
DRIVEN TO SUICIDE SUICIDEAS
AS WAS HIS FAJHER FAJHEROld FA HER HEROld
Old Man Took Poison When De Denied Denied
nied HomeCruel a Son SonReaps SonReaps
Reaps Reward RewardlIV Rewardh
h lIV > N YORK June 13 13tchael N Ivel Ivelbergali l lbergaU
bergaU three years ears ago ordered his hisfather hisfather
father out ot the house The old manDiiehael man man3t1cha
3t1cha l NelbergaU sr went out and andtook andtook
took earboUc acId In the street streetYesterday streetYesterday
Yesterday the son who was was forty fortyyears fortyyears
years old had a disagreement with hsyounger his hisyounger
younger brother George at lib Belmont Bel Belmont
mont averlue avetue NeWark and was ordered orderedout orderedout
out o of the house just as the father had hndboen hadbeen
been boenHe beenHe
He went to a n lot near his home and andswallowed andswallowed
swallowed two ounces ot nitric acid acidHe soldHe
He was dying when his brother and andothers andothers
others found him 111mI himw himWn
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t guaranteed A remark remarkable t
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Dont walt until too late beRin beRinnow ba n nsow
now to prevent moths from de e estt
e stt ItMying yine turs and winter clOthing clOthingWe
= We have Moth Balls or Moth MothFlakes Dfothlakes
Flakes Three pounds for tOe tOeODONNELLS lOcODOli1l
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Young Youn g gTitles W Woman onlan Attacks the theTitles
Titles in Rich Lead Leadville Leadvilla
villa District DistrictDENVER DistrictDENVdR
DENVER Col J Jtlna DA tall cI1m cI1mant tleltnant
ant In n the person of UINJ A Agnes nes Den DennlIF Dennis
nlIF ot Venice IJI who eonttia eottt that thattltie6 thattales
tales of many ot the tlehest rieIte t taming tamingproperties Ing Ingpropert18
properties In file LecIw Lead ls 4l rlet ate ateIrregular areIrregular
Irregular hu appeared to aonieot COIIi the thepresent th6present
present ownorshlp oW ar hlp or aevera several mtA tames on onFilar n nFriar
Friar and Iron HIlls XJM DeI1DI DeI1DIclaims Deanlsclaims
claims she he Is a niece oi Patrick Case Caseone Cases Casesone
one of the lkat miner wbo 8tn1ck the tbecarbonates thecarbonates
carbonates In n the LeadU1e > te dbtrtct dbtrtctAllas dlatrletSilas
Allas Den Denitls lls 1 fa an orphan and Ad has haajust hasjust
just attained her majority She claims c1aimsthat claimsthat
that she was reared by a JBaldeD aunt auntwbo auntwho
who was a sister ot Patrick j lJM lJMCaeey tcsy tcsyCasey
Casey 18 rmemb rwnembored red by many ot tbo tboartier rhosettler
artier miners In n the LeAvilit regtonaHe teg1ons teg1onsHe
He waB tit as one of the locato locatnts or the thePrince thePrfnce
Prince Bey elalm which waif the first firstcarbonate fastcarbonate
carbonate pros proapaot Ct deaeleged d as a pro prodater HO HOducer
dater In that dlstrlet Casey wu e eprospector asprospector
prospector and epeeulator and maNed maNeda
a vast fortune but squandered a large largeIorUon largeportion
portion ot It t In riotous Ih1ng HvingHoweo Ih1ngHowe
Howeo Howe at the time oI C hili dsattthere dU dUthere
there was enough to confer th the UlI title of ofnt1111ngalrs o ontU1h1a1re
ntU1h1a1re 01 helre hslreae upon the bene beaeflciaty beneficIal
ficIal flciaty Casey died 1n the winter fli of1A60
1860 and at the time an effort was treads treadsto ma e eto
to find some of hi his relativ but they theycould theycould
could not be locatedMlas located 1ocatedIM
Mlas IM Dennis hu written wrttt to latestDuna Isaac IsaacDunn
Dunn or oenver aaking akin that be In Inw invnettgate
vnettgate w tlgate an the records ot the Cey CaeYeffete CeyeUate
effete eUateFATHER effeteFATHER
FATHER OCONNOR OCONNORI OCONNORGIVEN
I GIVEN NEW PLACE PLACEAnauuneetaent
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Announeeme t 18 made ma e 0 of u tbs appof apptttt appttttment It Itment
ment et the Rev Ja James JONph OCon OConnor OConnor
nor a native ot this city and one 0 0the of ofthe
the moet pot popstlar ta1fr among the youn Younger Youngerclergy r rI
I clergy of the diocese dloce e to 1M eeend u uwstant saBlatant
Blatant at st AUlU8tIes Au tretiae9 Church to fill
the vacancy which ball exiated there theresince thereSiflCe
since Father lra Flank k X Bt BfaChetf ebe < < was wasmade wasmade
made pastor pa Ol ot the Church of the Na Nativity Nativlty
tivity at BrlghtlOCHI BrlghtlOCHIAnother BrightwoedAnother
Another Important appointment Is the t17eselection theselootlon
selection of the Rev Jo Joseph epa Louis LouieZVeidenhamm LouisW
ldenbamm W oDaIUmora of aa aatibstart aatibstartto stant stantto
to the Rev Joseph F XeGe ar the tbeShrin theShrine
Shrine or th the Sacred Heart The Rev RevJ xevJ
J T EicJtftrocle l tM aauteiatant t rector rectorwhose rectorwhose
whose place Father Wekle lieMleahustnt banun will wUItake willtake
take wilt 111 go to the St Charle Col College College
lege E1U IEillcett ott Oty Md tbs Rn Leon Lttonard Leonard
ard John Ripple has been named as u sesistant usllttant
sllttant to the pastor J or of It Johns JobnaChurch JohnsClturck
Church Baltimore BaltimoreThe BaltimoreSa
The Sport Sportof
of Kings KingsSays
Says Sa Y sBi Big g Kell y discussing discussinghorse discussin g ghorse
horse racing retire Governor GovernorHughes GovernorRic
Hu Hughes g gand has Ric Richard and Croker Crokerand
and other people P co P Pthin le and andthings
thin things g gURDAY s in In this weeks SAT SATURDAY
URDAY EVENING POST POSTUto POSTtrto
Uto win th Govnors g gto got gotto of
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