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Estimates Est 1uates for District Call Callfor Callfor Callfbi
for 1182901768 1182901768PEOVIDES 11829 11829O1763P11ovIBEs 01763 01763PROVIDES
Repayment of Money to United UnitedStates 1nltedStnte tnltcdStates
States Uiulcr Commissioners Rec Recommendations Reeommendntions Recoinmcndntions ¬
ommendations Would ould Not ot Cripple CrippleAVorli CrhJple CrhJpleVorkLnrgost CrippleVoriLnrgost
AVorli VorkLnrgost Largest Item of Current Current Ex Exlienscs ExlUn1ieK Exiensea
lienscs Is for fortl1o the Pnlilic ullIc Schools SchoolsThe SehoollJThe SchoolaThe
The estimates c Umates of the District Commis Commissioners CommlstORers ornmlsafoners ¬
sioners for foc the next ndcal J year Involving Involvinga Involvingtota1
a a total expenditure eXpe dlture oC U1 lS3QH7f3 7t I wore woreforwarded woreforwarded woreforwarded
forwarded to the Secretary Seeretar of tbe Tress Treasury Tl TllIry TressSri ¬
Sri yesterday ye terda for transmission to Con Congress COItThese Congross ¬
gross These estimates cstimt exceed e eeed the avail available available U Uabl ¬
able abl net revenue of the District by about aboutbut aboutMtoO aboutbut
MtoO but if the efforts of the Commis Commissioners Commissioners Commisatoners ¬
sioners at the coming coml session se lon of Con Congress CougreM Conress ¬
gress ress to have separate appropriations appropriationsmade appr appropriationsmade prlatlona prlatlonamade
made for current and extraordinary traonUnary cx expenditures cxpendltures cxpenditures ¬
penditures succeed It is stated they will willonne wUtpome willcome
come onne well within the revenues revenuesThe revenuesThe revenuesThe
The sum of Uf Ij3SIlO S5SQO soo is asked for extra extraordinary extrardlnary extrardlnary ¬
rdlnary projects such as the new Die District DlerIct Dietrict ¬
trict building 355000 OOIi OOO highpressure lire lireprotection 110protection lIreprotection
protection senice stniee ToOC08r 730C09 suburban 8i 8irs sow sowrs ow owrs
rs 400 400500 00 municipal hospital for chronic chroniccases chronicf1 chronicaceg
cases f1 g fl 1CK0QO OO railway terminal work 75 75XHX 75m 5 5o
XHX o This amount deducted from the total totalestimates totalUmates totalstlmates
estimates Umates leaves a balance of lA117A lA117Awhich M5317 M5317which I532l73 I532l73which
which is the total estimate for current ex expenditures expenditures cxpenditures ¬
penditures and Includes tbe annual pay payment JJftYment payment ¬
ment of 1754116 9754116 7S4O for interest and sinking sinkingCund sinkingfund sinkingfund
fund on the old bonded debt debtNo debto ebt ebtNo
No o new extraordinary projects are car carried carried carned ¬
ried in the estimates and no unusual in increases Incre Increases ¬
creases cre except in the new salaries larlea of ofteachers ofteachers oftcachers
teachers firemen and policemen provided providedfor providedtor providedfor
for by the legislation of the last 1a t session sessionof e sessionof ton tonor
of Congress are made in the estimates estimatesof
of the current expenditures c which are arewell atewell arewell
well within the limits of the appropria appropriation appropriation ¬
Inyments to o the Treasury TreasuryIn
In connection with the estimates Com Commissioner Cornmissioner ¬
missioner Macfarland made the follow following folio followIng ¬
ing statement yesterday UJ As the our current ourrent ourrent ¬
rent expenditures and a reasonable reasonableamount reuonaLleamount reasonableamount
amount on account of tbe extraordinary extraordinaryprojects e extraordinaryproJectt traonUnaryprojec
projects projec are all that Is expected to come comeout coinsout
out of t the appropriation fund an ample amplemargin amplemargin amplemargin
margin is left for what is asked a ked even evenallowing evenallowing evenallowing
allowing a payment pa1menton on account of the ad advance advan advance ¬
vance van < e due on the first of July next of of5OOOOO
1500000 5OOOOO payable during the next fiscal fiscalyear healyear Sliestyear
year It is estimated that if all appro appropriations appropriations appropriauons ¬
priations should be expended expen expend before July
1 next the District would then owe the theUnited theFnltd theUnited
United States Treasury 4 4 HJW47 7 pay payable payable payable ¬
able within five years ear from that date with withinterest 11tbinteres withinterest
interest at per cent but of that amount amount amountli5 amountwilt
1750089 li5 OOO will not have been advanced to tothe tothe tothe
the District because the appropriation appropriationchargeable appropriationchargeable appropriationchargeable
chargeable with It will not have been beenexpended beenpxpended beenexpended
expended and therefore the actual actualamount actualamount actnalamount
amount estimated to be due the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States from the District of Columbia on onaccount onaccount onaccount
account of July 1 win be bewhich 3M IlJLS7 IlJLS7which 39iS7 39iS7which
which with whatever is appropriated for forextraordinary torextraordinary forextraordinary
extraordinary Improvements under th thpresent tbt tbtpresent thpresent
present estimates esUmat should be financed ced as asthe 38the sathe
the Commissioners > lS have recommended recommendedSO
80 as not to cripple current expenditures expendituresShould e expendituresShould ures uresShould
Should Aot ot Cripple District DistrictTo D18trlctTo
To compel the District Dl to pay a mil million million mitlion ¬
lion dollars a year ear in order to repay repaytbe repaythe repaythe
the advances within five years yea would re require re requIre requtre ¬
quire the reduction of the appropriations appropriationsfor
for current expenditures to the crippltnf crippltnfpoint crippl cripplpoint cdpplsngpaint
point so that it Is to be assumed aau assnm Mld that thatthat tha thathat thatthat
that will not be done but that the com commissioners comm188IoDenJ cornmiseloners ¬
missioners plan of dealing with the mat matter matter matter ¬
ter will be adopted adoptedIt
It cannot be too frequently empha emphasized 8II1pb1zed emphisized ¬
sized that if we had nothing but the cur current current current ¬
rent expenditures to provide for our rev revenues revenues revenues ¬
enues would be far larger r than our needs needsThe MedaThe neediThe
The completion eom tJen of the filtration plane planesewage plafttsewap pkcsewage
sewage disposal system and the Connect Connecticut Connectcut Ionnect Ionnectcut ¬
cut avenue bridge brld have reduced the es estimate eatil113te entimate ¬
timate for extraordinary e projects projectsThe projectLThe projectsThe
The commissioners are following follo1in up uptheir uptheir uptheir
their recommendations s for suburban suburbantrunk suburbantrunk urbantrunk
trunk and service sewers for tbe terri territory territory terntory ¬
tory outside of the city not covered by bythe bythe bythe
the sewage Aage disposal system systemLargest systemLargest systemLargest
Largest Item for EducationThe EducationThe Education EducationThe
The largest item in the estimates estima for forcurrent Corcurrent or orcurrent
current expenditures as usual Is that thatfor thattOr thatfor
for the public schools In that item the thecommissioners th thccmml8sione theccmm3ssIoner
commissioners ccmml8sione include an a increase incre of ofover ofover ofover
over 39 O per cent in recommendations reeommeDdaUon for forschool foracuool forienool
school buildings bulld and grounds the total totalamount totalamount totalamount
amount being IG743 J74 They recommend recommendthat recommendthat recommendthat
that action be deferred on projects flu ferother fluother ffijother
other new buildings for which the Board Boardof BoaIdof Boardof
of Education estimated e tlma ted 844000 000 This is isdone Isdone isdone
done on the ground that Congress Con e8S having havingcreated ba hsvIigcrested vJltg vJltgtteated
created a specail commission to examine examineall examlaeall examineall
all school buildings and report what whatchanges WMtchanges whatchanges
changes and additions should be made madeneither madeneither madeneither
neither the Commissioners nor Congress Congresscan ConsraMIC1U1 Congressrat
can act Intelligently on o the propositions propositionscovered propoeltionacovered proposftIoncoverel
covered by the estimates aggregating
SHOOO 814000 S144 until that commission makes us usreport itAreport itsreport
report since they are all liable to be al altered altered altered ¬
tered after that report rePort has been made madeRecommendations madeReconuucnijg madeflcconirnezijions
Recommendations Reconuucnijg Hons Refused RefnscdThe Relusee1The RefusedThe
The commissioners commkselon s did not not approve approve the theboard theboard theboard
board of education estimate for renting rentingrooms renUnsrootJ8 rentingrooiyis
rooms to provide full day schools sch ols for forscholars forseholarB forscholars
scholars in the first and second grades gradesbelieving gradesi gradesbelieving
i believing beUevt that children under eight years yearsof yearsof eat
of age should not be kept in school all allday aUday altday
day but that they get all the education educationtheir eaucatlontheir ecucationtheir
their young you brains ought to have in half halfa
a days schooling and should be playing playingat
at home or In the open air the rest of ofthe orthe ofthe
the day dayThe da daThe dayThe
The commissioners ers also 180 disapproved disapprovedthe df
the boards estimate to provide free text textbooks tetbooks textbooks ¬
books for indigent eut high school pupils on onthe onthe onthe
the ground first that no class distinc distinction ¬
tion ought oU ht to be made In our public publicschools publicschoolR publicschools
schools contrary to their essential democ democracy democracy democracy ¬
racy and second that parents who 110 are areable ueallc areabk
able to keep their children In the high highschools hlShschools highschools
schools are able to provide the necessary necessarytext neeeMRrytext necessarytext
text books which cost only a few Collars Collarsa
a year yearAll yearAll yearAll
All that I have said about the esti estimates estimates ecUmates ¬
mates is exclusive of those for the water waterdepartment waterdepartment waterdepartment
department which is selfsupporting selfsupportingthrough sesupportingI selfsupporjipgthrough
through the water rent rent and wflf carry
I from now on the cost of installing bUR1U water watermeters watermeters watermeters
meters in residences residencesBuilding residencesDanelinS residencesBuilding
Building Permits Issued IssuedBuilding I IssuedBuilding suecI suecIBundin
Building Bundin permits rm1ts were issued ued by In Inspector Inspector InSpector ¬
spector Ash Ashford ford yesterday as follows followsTo followsTo followsTo
To Andrew W Luker for four two twostory tOstory twostory
story brick dwellings at K to 41 R street streetN streetN tteEtN
N E Architect and Builder R R F FLuker FLuker FLuker
Luker Estimated cost coat 1 1To lGIOG lGIOGTo 6 < M MTo
To Walter Talter W Person for one two twostory t tvostory wo wostory
story frame dwelling at Raleigh street streetCongress stretConorreas straitCongress
Congress Heights Architect R R L I Jen Jennings Jennlge Jensings ¬
sings Builder W V Pearson Eetitrated Eetitratedcost Esthra EsthraC08t Esthratedcost
cost C08t 5SO 2660 600
Citunot Deny Dcn Permit PermitCorporation PermItCorporation PermitCorppration
Corporation Counsel K E H Thomas Tho yes yesterday y yterday yesterdy ¬
terday submitted an opinion to tn ue Join Ootimisstoners IJOanmI8Ionell5 Joinmiesloners
misstoners stating statb1 that they are without withoutauthority Wlthoutauthority withoutauthority
authority to deny a permit t for the t e staitft staitftmr stan stanIDgf stanIngtf
IDgf mr f a lunch wagon on a private lot ia iathe tathe Inthe
the business section of Ute tl city Toe Toeopinion rAtoplnon roeoptnon
opinion is in response to a request fr fps fpsGeorge r rGeorge Mn MnGeorge
George D Cnrran for a permit to erect erecta
a lunch wagon wa n on Fourteenth street tre t he Itetween hetween hetweon
tween H and I streets streetsPolice streetaPoUcc streetsPollec
Police Fines Ionc for Two Month MontlaThe
The amount of fines and forfeitures re received 1fceJved r rcelved ¬
ceived by the clerk of the Police Pol Court Jarl Jarlfrom iinII
I from rein July 1 to September 1 1SX 1S l5O Inclusive Inclcefvcamounted IDclwt IDclwtamounted InclusiveI i
I amounted to 2743533 as shown by tt the tbJport thereport j jreport
report port of Auditor AudltorGarriaon Garrison sabmittcti ssbmttt d to tothe j I I
Ute Commissioners yesterday erday erdayl erdayPiornlDeco1tl i iFloral
l 1 1PloruIDeeokutIons
Floral PiornlDeco1tl Decoirattons J1IJ for Weddings WeddingsGudes YVeildlnspsGudes VerldinsGlides
Gudes artists can be depended upon to todevelop todeelop toivelop
develop the most attractive effects eff ts 1214 F
itmERAL PUNEEAI OF DENNIS DENNis zinj iONG iONGSonfccnBe11ttlng LONG LONGServices LONGSoricce
Services SonfccnBe11ttlng Befiitlnsr BefltiingCar Career Cnre cr r b t Fnitufnl FnitufnlSoldier FnUhf FnftbfISoldier l lSoldIcr
Soldier ot o Confederacy ConfederacyDennis Confcelertt ConfcelerttPenn ConfederacyDennis
Dennis Penn Long tho Irish Confederate sol soldier t sottiler l ldler ¬
dier who died at the Washington Asy Asylum Asylum Asyhun ¬
lum Hospital Saturday last was laid laidto laidto laidto
to rest In Mount Olivet Cemetery Ce Ccrn tory yes yesterday yesterday cs csterday ¬
terday with all the honors befitting a aman ulnan aman
man who fought gallantly for the cause causehe causel1e cauohe
he thought was right Services were woroheld wereleld oro oroheld
held at If 1 oclock in the morning at tho thoundertaking thoundertaking theundertaking
undertaking establishment of J William WilliamLee WnUnInLee WilliamLee
Lee The caskot was draped In a Con Confederate Confederate Confederate ¬
federate flag loaned for the occasion by bythe bythe bythe
the Charles Broadway Broadn Rouss ROu5sCiunp Camp of ofConfederate ofConfedcr4te I
Confederate Veterans and by Its slue slaestood siuestood
stood Father Joseph I 1 Maguire of tne tneChurch tneChurch theChurch
Church of the Holy Comforter In his hisaddress bisIddr hisaddress
address Iddr 88 Father Fath r Mugulre spoko feelingly feelinglyof
of the bravery of the Irish soldier whom whomhsd whomhad hom homhad
had fought so bravely in a lost cause causeand causeand causeaiid
and struggled so manfully In tho groat groatbattle STootbattJc groathattie
battle of life lifeTh UteThe lifeThe
Th The pallbearers wore Capt J T Petty Pettya Pett Petti
a t member of Camp No 171 United Con Confederate Confederate Confederate ¬
federate Veterans Association Col ColJames ColJoII1M Ce CeJames
James C Lee A G Holland and A E EJtfalhews Ehews Eathews
Jtfalhews athews hews Floral pieces were sent by byMiss byMiss byMiss
Miss Xannlcr Randolph Heath president presidentof
of the Southern Relief Association ss cJatlon Mrs MrsCharles MrsCharles SIreCharles
Charles H Fred representing Stonewall StonewallJackson SommnllJack StonewsllJackson
Jackson Jack on Chapter United Daughters of oftlie ortlte ofthe
the Confederacy Conedorac Mrs rs Covington Covin on and andamong andamong andamong
among the most beautiful that of Mrs MrsJ MrsJ airsJ
J T Petty Pett wife ito of Capt J 1 T Petty Pettywho Petttwho Pett7who
who took the first stops to see seeth3t that Den Dennis Dennis Denole ¬
nis Long received s burial befitting a aConfederate aConfederate aConfederate
Confederate soldier soldierA
A number of G A A R veterans wore worepresent worepre worepresent
present pre ent among them Sorgt John Jo n Dsly Dl a alifelong aUfeJoug alifelong
lifelong friend frl nd of the deceased deceasedThe decOQscdThe deceasedThe
The members of the Confederate as associations assoclatlons ¬
sociations expressed grateful acknowl acknowledgment ncknowiedgmfont acknowledgment ¬
edgment to William Lee who ho provided providedthe proldcthe providedthe <
the funeral without cost costAmong costAmong costAmong
Among those present were Capt J T TPetty TPeUy TPetty
Petty Capt B EL V Weir ot uianaseas luanllstilUYa uianaseasVa nansmasVa
Va a former member of the old oI Stone Stonewall Stonewall Stonewall ¬
wall Brigade Brl de who came from his home hometo hometo hometo
to attend the funeral Col John M Mllfckey MlUekey SiTHickey
Hickey Capt John T Callaghan Maj MtJdcDowell
McDowell Csrrington who commanded commandedthe
the noted McDowell Confederate Battery BatteryCapt BatteryCapt BatteryCapt
Capt A G Holland Col William A A Gor Gordon Gordon Gordon ¬
don Capt A G Hall Mr tr Gilbert Ed Edmonston Edmonston Edmonston
monston Capt T W Hungerford Col ColJames ColTames ColJames
James C Lee Maj Waddell Capt A E EMatthews EMatthews EMatthews
Matthews Capt Merchant and Mrs Irs Mer Merchant Merrbant Menchant ¬
chant Mr C W V Skinner Mrs 118 Charles CharlesH
H Fred Mrs K H Barnes of the theSouthern tll tllSouttern UiSouthern
Southern Relief Association A8Socl UOQi Mrs Coy Covington COrIngton Coyington ¬
ington and others The Spanish Span h War WarVeterans War WarVeterans VarVeterans
Veterans were represented by Depart Department Department Departwent ¬
ment Commander J Walter MItcell an anSenJor anSenior anSenior
Senior Vice Commander William A Hick Hickcy Hickey Hickey
ey of Gen Andrew S Burt Camp CampJAMESTOWN CampJAMESTOWN CampFAMESTOWN
Washington Men Ien Telegraph T legrnph Order Orderfor Orderfor Orderfor
for SCOO Square Feet FeetAn FeetAn eet eetAn
An order was sent to the managers of ofthe ofthe ofth
the th Jamestown Jame town Exposition yesterday to toreserve to1e8erve toreserve
reserve for Washington business men menWW men8HO menU
WW U square feet of apace for an exhibit exhibitof exhibitor exhibitof
of merchandise and manufactured pre preducts preduct products
ducts there after it was decided to tak takthat taktbat take takethat
that much space and work up the ex exhibitors exJdblt0r8 cxdWtors ¬
hibitors later laterAbout SaterAbout laterAbout
About twentyfive Washington lner merchants lnerchants lnerchants ¬
chants and business bu men have made ap applications ape apepJleaU0n8 applicatlons ¬
plications to the committee for space and andit aDdIt andIt
it was all decided that with the amount of ofroom ofroom ofroom
room these men wanted and that which whichwould whldtwould whichwould
would be desired de by others tbe committee committeewas
was safe in making the reservation reservationnamed reaenatkmnamed reservationnamed
named namedThis namedThW namedThis
This evening important action will be betaken betakm betaken
taken by the trade bodies bol es toward Ole tbeexhibit Oleexhibit theexbibk
exhibit at Jamestown and toward other otherprojects otberprojectll otherprojects
projects for advertising advertJ fng the city At i JO JOoclock JCododt 30oclock
oclock tonight a Joint meeting of com committees committees coinmittens ¬
mittees of o the Business Mens Assoc a atkm atlOl1 ation
tkm and the Jobbers and Shippers will willmeet Willmeet willmeet
meet at the American Security Securlt and Trust TrustBuilding TrutButldl TrustBuDding
Building Butldl to take up the question of the thetoO theO
406000 toO O club and the amalgamation of the thetrade thetrade thetrade
trade bodies Incidentally the means to tobe tobe tobe
be used to advertise the city cft citythrough widely widelythrough wldel wldelthroultt
through the South will be discussed discussedbriefly dl8ctttiftdbrtd discussedbtlelIy
briefly brieflyAt brtd brtdAt btlelIyAt
At S oclock the joint committee of the thethree thethree thethree
three trade bodies will 111 meet at the same sameplace sameplace me mepIaa
place to go over a part of tho same sameground sametOUnd sameground
ground tOUnd Th T exhibit at Jamestown will willbe Willbe willbe
be thrashed oat out and reports probably probablyadopted probablyadopted
adopted to be submitted to the three threebodies threebodies threebodies
bodies at their meetings later in tbe tbemonth tbeDIODth themonth
month monthOut DIODthOt monthOt
Ot of these various discussions dlseuS5fonsmeetinGS and andmeetings andmeetings
meetings it is expected that some means meanswill BM8DSwill meanswit
will be 1 reached to accomplish the t end endin eD4In endIn
in view though t those interested are not notin notIn notIn
in a position at present to forecast what whatit wbatIt whatit
it will be beJOHN beJOHN beJOHN
Old Building on the Hill Goes to toHis toHis toHis
His Wife WifeBy WifeBy lfe lfeBT
By the will of John H Jackson filod filodfor fil IU1for d dfor
for probate yesterday and dated Decent December D Decentbar em embel ¬
bar 3 Ie 1100 Md he leaves the real estate and andold andI andok1
I old building on the hill to his wife Mary MaryP lalj laljP
P Jackson and only daughter L V VA VAJa A AJackson AJackson
Jackson Ja kJOn and w Thomas N Jackson his hisoldest hisolderst hisoldest
oldest son His money mone and interest in inthe Inthe Inthe
the Building and Loan Association A ociatJon Old OldF oeoF 000F
F street northwest is to be equally dl divided dlYkled dlvkled ¬
vided between his wife and children and andthe andthe andthe
the proceeds of the fire insurance poalcy poalcyon poieyon
on the building on the hill lii is also to go goto goto goto
to his wife lfe and children c Udren jn In case the thebuilding thebuilding thebuilding
building statuid sh uld go so ut in names namesA fJamesA flameshouse
A house 110 at the foot of the hill Is isQueathPd be bequeathed bequesthod ¬
queathed to William H Jackson and John JohnA
A Jackson on the two youngest sons in including Includln ineluding ¬
eluding cludln one acre of ground and half of ofhis ofhi ofIda
his hi furniture His personal property is isto isto iito
to be equally divided between his wife wifeand wifeand
and 00 children childrenUND chlldrenFIND childrenPIND
PolI Policemen cmcn in Smithsonian Park Bane Bane3Hnd EnelIn EaseMind
Mind lIn < 1 of Brewery Collector CollectorPark CoJlcctorPark CollectorPark
Park Policemen Timothy OConnor and andJ andJ andJ
J Weinegcr of Smithsonian Park yes yesterday yesterday e eterday ¬
terday afternoon discovered a horse at attached att8eb attachod ¬
tached d to a runabout wandering win erlng about aboutthe aboutlhe aboutthe
the park v and made the find of a loather loatherpocketbook lootl1erpocketbook loatherpocketbook
pocketbook In the vehicle in which was wasThe W1LS14I5 waslo
14I5 lo
The horse and buggy bugS were taken to tothe tothe tothe
the No 1 polIce station where it was waslater waslater waslater
later turned over to Joseph R Wilson
1306 1 Twentieth street northwest Wilson Wilsonis VIIsonIs
is I a collector for the Heurleh brewery breweryand breweryand breweryaDd
and his horse strayed 5trn ed while he was mak making makJug makleg ¬
Jug a collection collectionCourt coIlectlonCourt collectionCourt
Court Exonerates Captain CaptainThe CaptainThe CaptainThe
The court of inquiry appointed by the theNavy theNa theNavy
Navy Na Department to Investigate the thegrounding thegrooAdlng thegroundIng
grounding on Peapod P pod Rock Rosarlo RosarloStraits RosarioStraits RosarloStraits
Straits of thfe th cruiser Boston on Sep September September Soptember ¬
tember 3 last has made its report to the theSecretary theSecretary theSecretary
Secretary of the Navy Nav and completely completelyexonerated completelyexonerated completelyexonerated
exonerated the captain and all aUthe the olHcers olHcersof oUlcrsot oiflcensof
of tbe vessel easel The court reports that the theBoston thoBoston theBoston
Boston was we caught in int trap In a dense densefog denscCor densefog
fog and that every officer aboard the theship theship theship
ship did his full duty and did it well wellShipper welLShipper wellShipper
Shipper Seeks Redress RedressClaiming RedrcltsCJaItlng RedressClahning
Claiming that the Chicago Rock Is Island Isand Island ¬
land and Pacific Hallway Company Companycharged Companycharged Companycharged
charged him for hauling 24COO pounds of ofstraw ofstTILw ofstraw
straw when in fact fnct lie could get only onlyIli2aI onlyIL2S
Ili2aI 19211 pounds in the car James B Mason Masonof Masonof Iason Iasonof
of Center Point Point Iowa has appealed to tothe tolhe tothe
the Interstate Commerce Commission for forredress torredreSB forredress
redress Mason En n 1I alleges that the therai1road therai1roadcompen railroad railroadcompany railroadcompany
company has frequently made charges for formore foratone
more pounds than could actually be put putinto putInto putinto
into a car carPlaintiffs carl carPlaintiffs
Plaintiffs l iIntifIs Sought Delay DelayAn Dela DelaAn DelayAn
An impression lies boon created in car cartain tortaln certam
tain tam circles that the recent continuance continuanceby
by b the Supreme Court of the case of 0 0E oE
E J Poercy against Collector of Customs CustomsStranahanat CustomsStranahan
Stranahanat Stranahan at New York was due to the thed thedesire
desire d re of the administration to postpone pOstp3nel pOstp3neld a adecision adecision
decision d > c1s1on at this time The T e case c e Involves Involvesthe lnvoheBthe Involvesthe
the title to the Isle I le of Pines The Der Derpartment Dc Dcpartment e epartmen
partment of Justice announced annou c d yesterday yesterdzy1frnever
however 1frnever that the request for fordclay ordcla 40145 came camefrom camefrom camefrom
from the plaintiffs 1 1J
Only Olll Four Experts Can Make MakeThose MakeThose IakeTIlose
Those of Highest igleSt Grade GradeEABN GralcARN GradeEARN
Travel About Like Kings and Do Doj DoJIUC Doluci
j JIUC Much RB They Picnic Ple PicEuieCnn cCan Can Cripple Cripplen
n Bnslncss DuslnessRlch Rich Men Jen Use Domestic DomesticOscnr DomesticOsenr DomcstlceOscar
Oscar Hammerwteln Learned Le rned Trade TradeHo TradeHow
Ho How > v tbc tbcFincst Finest Clears m nr8Are Areaindc AreaindcGeorge AreMntIcGeorge Un e eCeorge
George Coleman one of tho largest largestcigar laocst1ga1 largestcigar
cigar 1ga1 manufacturer manufactUrtl In ilia UiUnItQd United States Stateswho Stntegwho Stateswho
who comes cO fte5 to Washington frequently from fromNew fromNew orn ornNew
New New York says sa s that avop ooD expensive expensivecigar oxpcnshcclnr cpnslvCcigar
cigar made In this country co ntry passes passesthrough pnSEe8tsrough passesthrough
through the deft hands han s of one of only onlyfour ouJyfout onlyfour
four men and that th tJteI5 tiie s are the only onlyfour onlyfoul onlyfour
four In the United States who know how howto howio howto
to io turn out this grade of cigars cigarsOne iigarsOne IgarsOne
One of o the four Is a Chinaman who wholives whoi wholIves
lives i In California and who comes East Eastonce Eastonco Eastonce
once a year to ply his trade The other otherthree otherthreeAr Otherthree
three threeAr are r Cubans who stay in the United UnitedStates UnltodStates UnitedStatesnearly
States Statesnearly nearly all the time because they theycan theycan theycan
can make more money ntonc here than In their theirnative theirnative theirnative
native country where they encounter too toomuch toonaueh tooflinch
much Competition competition competitionMr
Mr Coleman says s that these skilled skilledlaborers skilled1aborers skilledlaborers
laborers travel tm v 1 about tho country in style styleas st styleas le leas
as they go from one coiftor of the cigar cigerIndustry cigarIndu cigarIndustry
Industry tr to another and that when 1 they theycome theycome theycome
come to his place to work they are ar arrayed arl arrayed ¬
rayed l In the raiment of the plutocrat plutocratTheir plutocratTheir plutocratTheir
Their average earning Is about 5 a aweek nweek aweek
week or 18 a day da They are paid by b tho thohundred thohundred thehundred
hundred and will not submit to the theworking theworklus theworking
working discipline of the establishments establishmentsthat
that employ them themLike tbemI themLike
Like I ke unto the Dlller the dollar the theoc1cKk ten tenoclock tenoclock
oclock scholar of the nursery nUrl ry rhyme rhymesometimes rhyme5OmeUJ11ft rhymesometimes
sometimes > hy go to work early onry and andput an anput anJput
put in ten t n oV twelve hours a day and at atothe atotM atothea
othe times they tbcrset set Jn late at Jn n the morn morning mortIDS mornbig ¬
IDS and p knock Ok off early In the afternoon afternoonThose afternoenT1aoH afternoonThose
Those cigar manufacturers who turn out oatexpensive outexpensive I Iexpenstve
expensive brands of cigars ciarsbrand brands for forexample forxample forexample
example that sell three for a dollar and andup andupare andupare
up upare are wholly at the mercy of these thesefour thes thesfour thesefour
four experts who probably will not com comaround come comearound
I Iaround
around next year if they are not treated treatedJust treatedJust I
Just right this year yearDone y yearDone r I IDone
Done Wholly boll by Hand HandMr I1anelr IlatidMs
Mr r Coleman explains xplln that highpriced highpricedcigars highpricedctga highpriceddgas
cigars ctga are made wholly vboII by b band Not a apiece apiece a apiece
piece c c machinery touches any part of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the delicious weed They are made en entirely entirM enttrcl ¬
tirely tirM of Cuban tobacco t bA and Hke every everyother everyotber everyother
other cigar r that contains in its makeup makeupany makeupany makeupany
any portion p rtlon of tobacco grown in Cuba Cubathey Cubatlley Cubathey
they aft aP what are known in the trade tradeas tradeu tradeas
as Havana Thus a cigar to be end entitled entled endtied ¬
tied to the name Havana does not notnecessarily notneeeaarUy notnecessarIly
necessarily have to be made In Cuba All Allthat Allthat U Uthat
that ia required to give It that trad traddistinction traddtadBcUft traddtttnctln
distinction is that all or a part of its itsconstituents itsCO Itsconstituits
constituents CO shall have been produced in inCuba inCUM InCube
Cuba The Tb tobacco that goes intI intIhlbh Uu Uuhighpriced thuhighpriced >
hlbh highpriced cigar is carefully selected selectedand MIectec1aJM selectedand
and frkl aside for tbe coining co of one or ormpre orot ormore
more of the four haughty bau b experts Their Theirhacds Theiland Theirbaird
baird and Angers ftn ers do all the work ork of ofmanufacture ofmanufACW ofmanufscpre
manufacture manufactureAfter manufACWAfter manufscpreAfter
After ascertaining from the proprietor proprietoror
or foreman of the shop what shape and andstae an4me andMs
stae Ms are desired the expert does tbe rest restwithout restwithout t twithout
without deigning delbJ1 to take further sug suggestion Ngge siaggesUon ¬
gestion They lint roil the lIfter Jter into intothe tJItothe intothe
the desired form and dimensions OU merely merelyby meyby merelyby
by manipulating manl lllatJn it in their palms Pl ma Then Thenthey Thenthey
they put tile wrapper on twist the smok smoking smo smolog ¬
log end Into shape and toss the creation creationof creationtheir creationof
of their deftness In uncompleted form formover formover
over to one of the regular employee of oftbe ofthe
the factory who bo snips off the other end endwith endwith endwith
with a pair of shears shearsAccording ibesriAccosdhtg
According to Mr Coleman n only 0111 a few fewthousand re rethoUMDd fewthousand
thousand of the highpriced h ed cigars are aremade aremade aremade
made in the United States annually annuallythough annuallythough
though nearly as many 1 are turned out outof OUtat outof
of the factories factorf in the United States Statesa State5are
a 5 are made In Cuba CuL or r elsewhere He Hesays Hesays Henays
says that the average av person rson would would be besurprised besurprtaed besurprised
surprised to learn how few of tbe fIX exxpenstve fIXpeuIye expensive
pensive grade of cigar are sold at re retail re retail retall ¬
tail tail compared with 1U1 the immense volume volumeof volumeor volumeof
of the lower grade de cigars running in inprice InprJce Inprice
price from two for a quarter down downIntended dnrnIntenelcd dawnIntended
Intended for Presents PresentsMr PresezitsMr
Mr Coleman says 8 that for the most mostpan moetIIrt mostpart
pan highpriced hlgh rIeed cigars are purchased by bythe bythe bythe
the box and are bought at almost solely for forthe Corthe forthe
the purpose of presents either in bulk bulkor bulkor bulkor
or singly Iy Many of them of course are aresold aresoJcl aresold
sold over retail counters from the box boxbut boxbut boxbut
but this business te so insignificant 1IUIJI lfteant as asnot asnot asnot
not to count for much in the traffic His Hismost Hismost Hismost
most Interesting In statement about the ci cigar cigar cIgai ¬
gar business bu however Is that It is prac practically practlcaUy proctically ¬
tically impossible to crowd into one ne cigar cigaran charan cigaran
an actual value material labor tax CO COincluded e eincluded cincluded
included of more than twentyfive twentyfiecenta twentyfiecentaBy cents centsBy centsBy
By this he means that whenever a smoker smokerpays smokerpays smokerpays
pays any more than that for a cigar the tnemanufacturer themapuCadurer themanufacturer
manufacturer and retailer are getting a aprofit aprodt aproilt
profit that is enormous although the theconsumer theconsumer theconsumer
consumer gets i something that is rare and anddelightful andde1ltbttul anddelightful
delightful None of the expensive brands brandsof braadaof brandsof
of cigars are made of tobacco grown in intho inthe inthc
the Unit UtdtSlrns UtdtSlrnsWhat SUt SUtWhat tp tpWhat
What are are Known know as domestic cigars cigarsare clgarsare cigarsare
are made wholly of the tboprotluct product of this thiscountry U Ucountf1 thiscountry
country and no soil has yet been dlscov discovered dlscovin dlscoveyed ¬
eyed in the United States that imparts impartsto
to tobacco that peculiar flavor which whichmakes wtlelmaktS whichmakes
makes the theHavanaor Havana or Cuban grades the thebest thebest thebest
best cigars In the world When the in industry indUt17 indut17 ¬
dUt17 w W6 6 in it lu infancy In thin bias coun country Ontry country ¬
try the great problem that confronted confrontedU confrontedtlte confrontedthe
the U e manufacturer was to get a domestic domesticwrapper domesticwOiPPer domesticwzapper
wrapper wOiPPer It has been only o ly a few years yearssince yearssince e rs rssince
since a small area in Wisconsin bas dem demonstrated de1nonetrtod dznonstrittod ¬
onstrated the IOu of the qaulltieti qaulltietiof
of 341 iou n essential to the production of orleaf a aleaf aleaf
leaf out of which wrappers wr ppers can be made madeThe madeThe madeThe
The primary essential of the wrapper wrapperleaf wrapperleaf wrapperleaf
leaf is a thin vein The top leaves on onnearly onn onahady
nearly n every plant grow grown i fn Cuba have havethin Juwethin havethin
thin veins veinsHoiv ydnlIon veinshow
lIon Haminerstcln Started StartedOscar StnrtecIOsear StartedOscar
Oscar Hammersteln H one of New Yorks Yorksbiggest Yorksbigget Yorksbiggest
biggest theatrical managers manale learned the thetrade tbetrade thetrade
trade of cigarmaker when a boy bo and andworked andworked andworked
worked at it until he was nearly nearl thirty thirtyyears thr thryears thirtyyears
years old He never however became as asexpert asexpert asexpert
expert as any of the four worthies spoken spokenof spokenot spokenof
of by Mr Coleman But Mr Hammer Hammerstein Hummers Hammerstein
stein s ln did something for the cigar business businessthat busineSsthat businessthat
that brought him an independent fortune fortuneand fortuoeand fortuneand
and reduced the cost of manufacture very veryconsiderably ye yeoonalderablr veryconsiderably
considerably considerablyHe
He Invented a machine that rolls all of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the cigar except the wrapper For years yearshe yearshe eftrs eftrsbe
he has been working on a device that will willput wUlput willput
put the wrapper on and thus reduce the thecost thecost thecost
cost of manufacture still further If I f he hesucceeds hesucceed3 hesucceeds
succeeds in doing this he will have a pat patent pateot patant ¬
ant worth more than any an gold mine In the theUnited theUnited theUiilted
United States He tolls Mr Ir Coleman that thathe Ulfttbe the thehe
he at last has the idea worked out and andthat andUtat andthat
that he expects soon to be able to find a amachinist amftchinl6t amachinist
machinist who can make the machine machineIf
If he accomplishes this he will com completely completely cornpletely ¬
pletely revolutionize the cigarmanufac cigarmanufacturing cigarmanufacturing cigarmanufacturing ¬
turing Industry of the world and at the thesame theSCU1e theMMe
same time put a crimp in the pride of the thefour thefOUt thefour
four experts who domineer so haughtily haughtilyover h8ll11tllyover haughtilyover
over the cigar manufacturers of the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States Statesaiorgun StalesJlorlr StatesMorgan
Morgan Jlorlr n Smokes Domestics DomesticsOne DomeKUcsOne DomesticsOne
One of the moat mo t interesting facts de developed de deyeloped developeil ¬
veloped by b this little incursion into the themxsteries themysteries them3mtetles
mysteries of the clgarmaklng Industry is isthat isthat isthat
that J Pierpont Morgan smokes only do domestics domestics domestics ¬
mestics The long Jon black cigar that is so somuch somuch somuch
much a feature of his striking physiog physiognomy physiognomy physiognomy ¬
nomy Is made especially for him by b a aN a4W aNew
N New 4W w York firm well known In the trade tradeThere tradeThere I IThere
There is not a particle of foreigngrown foreigngrownweed foreIgngrownweed foreigflgrownweed
weed in it It Its filler filerb by which whle Is meant meantits meantIts meantIts
its inside In Insideis ldfIs Is grown In Ohio where Is pro produced produced produced ¬
duced nearly all of the tobacco that is on onthe onthe onthe
the inside of homemade cigars and its itsdark Itsdllrk itsdark
dark wrapper conies from Wisconsin Mr MrMorgan MrMorgan r rrorgan
Morgan pays only 13 I a hundred for his hisbrand hisbrand
brand and for twenty years ea or more he hehas hehas heflag
has not been known to smoke any other I
W w wldnd
kind except on rare occasions O OOslons when some somefriend a somefriend me mefriend
friend insists upon the great financier financiertrying finauelertrying financiertrying
trying another specially pcclo1l made brand brandH brnudHI
H HI consumes dally about twentyfive twentyfiveof
of his long blacks few of which arc arcsmoked ar arsmoleed arsmoked
smoked at all but merely m8rcl held in the themouth thlmouth thrmouth
mouth and chewed about half way WB down downIt donIt downit
It it ia i related that on one occasion his Illsmanufacturer hismanufncturEr hismanufacturer
manufacturer put mtsome some Connecticut to tobacco tobacc tobacca ¬
bacco bacc > in the Morgan cigar and that the thebanker theank thebanker
banker ank r discovered thin almost as soon as ashe liShe asJi
he Ji had 11 ad taken the first whiff The manu manufacturer manunctt manufacturer ¬
facturer nctt rer explained that he did this only onlyto onJ onJto onlyto
to test Mr r Morgans ability AblUl to jiuigu jiuigufrom judctr judgfrom
from tr m the flavor the exact grade of the thefiller theflUfr thefiller
Gates Gatc Does This Too TooJohn rooJobn roeJohn
John W Gates is another American Americanmultimflionaire Anlerf Americanmutimiiionsire n nmuUrnllionairc
multimflionaire who smokes domestic domesticcigars domestic3fgnrs domesticcigars
cigars exclusively exclusel He has his private privatebrand vrhatehmn1 privatebrand
brand which is made by b the manufac manufacturer manuflWtunr manufacturer ¬
turer who makes rnakesthe the Morgan cigar Like LikeMr LikeMr LikeMr
Mr Morgan Mr Gates has a contrar contrarwith contmfwith contnu1wIth
with his manufacturer not to permit Mt Mtprh lihprivate ife ifeprivate
prh private to brand to And Its way into tlw tlwchannels tb tbolmnnals thchannels
channels of commerce and of course he heand h hand hoand
and Mr lr Morgan pay YwoJl well for the privi privilege privilege privilege ¬
lege of having reserved their respective respectivebrands resPtCthbmnds respectivebrands
brands for the th exclusive enjoyment of ofthemselves ortbemae1ves oftheniselvea
themselves and friends friendsUnllku trleondstnUitu friendsUnhlko
Unllku Mr Morgan Mr Ir Gates keeps kel keepshis > ps rt rtIlls t thit
Ills home hom and his office the finest Havu Havunas Havanu flavinas
nas and other foreign grades grad which lie liehands hehan1s liehanls
hands out to friends who dont fancy his hisprivate hisprhontAa hisprivate
private brand and for these he does not notItave notbave nothave
have to o pay much more than for the ones oneamanufactured onesmanufactured onesmanufactured
manufactured exclusively for himself himselfIT hlms himselfIT tr trU
Members of Encampment Enc mpnent Commit CommitI Committee
I tee t e to Hold Bannnct Bannncti DnnqnctThe BanquetThe
i The national encampment committee committeeof
of tho United Spanish Sp nlsh War Var Veterans held h heldhis ld ldJts
Its final official o fficta I business meeting in the theRegent theResent theRegent
Regent Hotel last night Incidentally IncidentaJl at attho nttho atthe
tho close of the meeting it was agreed agreedthat agreedthat agreedthat
that the members of the committee should shouldhold slwuldhoJd ahuuidhold
hold a banquet In the near future at atFrotinds atFroun atFrtninds
Frotinds Froun s and COmrad G Leyburn LeyburnShorey LeburnSherry LeyburnShorty
Sherry past commander of John Jacob JacobAstor JacobA JacobAstor
Astor A r Camp was appointed chairman of ofthe ofthe
the commltee to arrange for this func function function funcdon ¬
tion tionTbe tionTbe
Tbe but business transacted at last nights nightsmeeting nightsm nightsmeeting
m meeting UnS was largely htr foly routine A commit committee committee committee ¬
tee tee composed of Department Commander CommanderJ
J Walter Mitchell and Comrades Shorty ShortyFerrf Shor ShorJtcrIfe ShoreyFerre
Ferrf e Pearson and Greene wall ap appointed appointed
pointed to draw up resolutions r ohftlons of thanks thanksto
j to the t e citizens elll eitizep es committee commtt and others who whocontributed whontributed whocontrIbuted
contributed to make the recent nt encamp encampment enrompmeat encampjatent ¬
meat a aComrade success successComrade successComrade
Comrade Rufus W V Pearson of Lawton LawtonCamp LawtonCamp LawtonCamp
Camp reported for the committee on onI onbAdgea onbadges
I badges that the sale had been most gnat gratifying IratItytag gnatComrade ¬
ifying ifyingComrade
Comrade G W Brook of Dewey DeWC Naval NavalCamp XayalCp NavalCamp
Camp chairman of the committee commit tee on ondecorations ondeeoratlon8 ondeeortlons
decorations reported that the merchants merchantsand merchantsand merchantsand
and other along the line of mach of oflast att oflst
last t Tuesdays parade had responded re most mostgenerously mosteJaefOUSIT mostgenerously
generously generouslyComrade generouslyComrade eJaefOUSITComrade
Comrade I N Doiph DoI of the Fourth FourthImmune FourthImm FourthImmune
Immune Imm Camp reported report l for the commit commiti committee committee
i tee on hotel accommodations that all via vteIting mItfltg viaiting
Iting comrades and members of ladies ladiesauxilfcro8 bdleWelldell ladlesauxIlrIos
auxilfcro8 had been properly prO rl7 accommo accommodated aeCOlllMOdated aecommodated ¬
dated datedPrivate datedPrivate
Private Jere J ere Costello of Miles CamP Cawpchairman CamPchairmau tampchairman
chairman of the earaprtre committee re reported reported reported ¬
ported that the smoker and canipnre one oneof ODeof oneof
of the features of encampment week was wasa wasn wasa
a a huge hupCa success successCape successCapt
Cape Ca t J Walter alter Mitchell of the com committee eoDInntlee cornmiLLet ¬
miLLet on printing and publicity compli complimented complimented compifmented ¬
mented the newspapers ne of Washington Washingtonand Wubtn Wubtnand
and the citizens and press committees for fortbe Corthe forthe
the work done in I this connection connectionThe coanectionTIle connectionThe
The routine of business vas was Interrupted Interruptedat
at this point by the entrance e trlnce of Com Comrade eo eorade cornrode ¬
rade O G Victor of the Department of ofNew ofNew
New York who Introduced Capt Edward EdwardTrencbard EdwardTreDdlard Edw5rdTrenchard
Trencbard TreDdlard of o the Army and Navy C Club Clubof Cubof wb wbof
of New York whO as recorder of tile tneAztec tlMAztec tileAztec
Aztec Club and member of other patri patriotic patrioUe paulode ¬
ode organization is anxious to have a anational aaatlonal anational
national club house for all these organi organizations orxwIDtlOU orguilzatlotis ¬
zations erected In Washington Wubln Capt CapeTrenchard CaptTrmchard CaptTrenchard
Trenchard set forth his suggestions in inthis IntAw inthis
this direction Hte 11 iI1 remarks were heart heartily JtearttI heartIly ¬
ily tI applauded applaudedCape applaudedCapt applaudedCapt
Capt J 1 Lifon U King for or the souvenir souvenirprogramme souvenirprogramme 11 11PfOitZ1Umfte
programme eomm5tte reported that tIIIl t the theexpense t1Hlexpeue theexpense
expense of the programme pro me had been fully fullymet tull tullraet fullymet
met metBefore
Before adjourning the encampment com committte COIIImlU cornmluee
mittte mlU pasted wed a resolution of thanks to toDepartment toDepartme toDepartment
Department t Commander Mitchell and andGen andGsa 114 114GeL
Gen Harries for the manner in which whichthose wJaiekth widththese
those th fie two officials bad personally con contributed eoRtrtbuted costtIIbIitCd ¬
tributed to the success of the encamp encampment eacampmeDt enoampmont ¬
mont mentMOKE meDtMORE montMORE
Company Acquires Additional Tract Tractami Trnctnnel Tractand
and Hotel 1Ians Arc Proceeding ProceedingThe Procece1ngThe ProceedingThe
The Warwick Hotel Company has par parchased purcbuecl perchased
chased of Daniel Loughran a parcel of ofland or1aIId ofland
land in tb the rear of their holdings on onFourteenth 011Fourteenth onFourteenth
Fourteenth street to enlarge the site for fortbe forthe forthe
the proposed building on tbe corner of ofFourteenth ofFourteenth
Fourteenth street and Pennsylvania ave avenue areflue ¬
flue nu The parcel pared purchased is about Hi Hifeet 1 1feet
feet in length by at in width and the theprice theprice theprice
price paid was 21 l a square foot footTbe footThe footThe
The purchase of this parcel insures the thebuilding thebutlcih thebuilding
building butlcih of the hotel hotel It is said and plans ptaneih planstherefor
ih b4trefor refor will new be I pushed bed forward forwardwith forwardwith
with all n baste but Tenartt Temufts of the property propertynave propertyhave
nave ba ve town notified to vacate about the tiMend thepnd therend
rend end of the year and it is expected e peeted that thatimmediately thathnnedtaely
after the beginning Dn of next nextyear DeXIyear nextyear
year tIe lot will be cleared and building buildingoperations bulkllngoperations buildingoperations
operations will V II begin be beginMRS io ioMRS
Case Ca e Goes Over Several Bays nUll anilDefense nUllDcfene andDefensc
Defense Retains Gil Glbl Gibbs > l > s Baker BnkerOwing BakerOwing v vOwing
Owing to t9 othe the physical condition of Mrs MrsMay Irslla MrsMay
May lla indicted ln indicted leted by b the grand jury on the thefirst theftrst thefirst
first of the t month for or the alleged shoot shootIng sbootIng shootlag
Ing of Lucien n Conen a member of the ttoeMarine t1telIartne theMarine
Marine Band and who was to appear be toefore before before
fore the Hon Justice Ju t Stafford In the theCriminal tlteCriminal theCriminal
Criminal Court yesterday aY through thro 1t her herattorneys Anattorneys herauorneys
attorneys Leckie Fulton COx ob obtained obtaiRed ohtabted ¬
tained a postponement po tponemesat of her arraign arraignment arraignmeet ¬
meet mentMr menter meetMr
Mr r Leckie senior member of the 3rm 3rmsaid fumId IrmsId
said Id yesterday that he had promised promi the theDistrict theDstrlct theDsUict
District attorneys office that be would wouldproduce wouldproduce wouldproduce
produce his client within the th next ieg few fewdays fewS fewdays
days S The exact l net date IS not known but hutMr butIr butMr
Mr Ir Leckie said that th t it was his intention intentionto
to obtain a speedy speed trial for Mrs Hay HayGibbs Ma MaGlbINs MayGibbs
Gibbs Baker a wellknown wd known criminal criminallawyer crlmllttl1lawyer criminallawyer
lawyer has been retained by the de defense d dfense dofeast
fense to help in the case caseBoily ca caseBody t tDOIly
DOIly of Mrs Coliill Co II III Arrives ArrivesThe Arrhe5The ArrivesThe
The body bod of Mrs Irs Nellie = elHo Cohill who whocommitted who whocommitted whocommItted
committed suicide on Monday In Balti Baltimore Baltlmonr Baltileone ¬
more was brought to Washington yes yesterday Yettterday yestetday ¬
terday morning and taken to the Con Congressional Congres6lonal Congreselonal ¬
gressional Cemetery as soon as a a permit permitcould ermltcould permitcould
could be secured from Coroner Baldwin BaldwinMr Baldwinrr Baldwincrr
Mr rr Cohlll and Undertaker Mitchell ac accompanied ac accompacied itecomparied ¬
companied the remains r in6 to the receiving receivingvault receivingvault r rvault
vault where they will remain until after afterthe afterthe afterthe
the funeral services tomorrow The Theceremony Ttieceremony Theceremony
ceremony will take place in the Come Cemetery CelJletelj Cometen ¬
tery ten Chapel C pe1 and will 111 be conducted by byRev 1JyRe byRev
Rev Re Arthur Johns pastor Christ Church ChurchLibrary Churc1tLlbrar ChurchLibrary
Library Llbrar Association Meeting Meeting1The JJeetlngThe MeetingThe
The District of Columbia Library Asso Association Aaoelation me meciatlon ¬
elation will hold Its It next regular regular meet meetIn llleetIng meetIng
In Ing in the lecture room of the public publiclibrary publiclIbfr publiclibrary
library this evening veni at 815 The pro program pr0gram program ¬
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talks of from five to ten minutes by Miss MissEunice MissEunIce I IEunIce
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Mr Torsteln Jahr and Mr r George F FBowerman FBowerman FBowerman
Bowerman Upon Don the conclusion of the theprogramme theprogramme theprogramme
programme the tht members of the associa association WiBOOhltion assoclatioii ¬
tion and friends frl nds are expected eAJ to spend spenda
a social hour In the new children s room roomIn roomin roomIn
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will be b served servedGuardian senedGqalrllall servedGuardian <
Guardian Gqalrllall Pile J Files iJe Petition PetitionWilliam PetitionWmlnm PetitionWillIam
William R Merriam guardian of ofLaura ofLa ofLaura
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a petition In the District Supreme Cour Courto Courto Cotirto
to pascran Pf1 PasO an R order permitting him to con consent conent consent ¬
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Tuesday Afternoon AfternoonAssistant AfternoonAui8tant AfternoonAssistant
Assistant United States District Attor Attorney AttorBeT Attorhey ¬
BeT Stewart McNamara of the th board of ofarbitration ofarbitration ofarbitration
arbitration appointed to settle the dispute disputebetween disputebetween
between the master and journeymen journeymenplumbers journ journeymenplumbers ymen ymenpluAlbers
plumbers said in an interview with a arepresentative arepre arepresentative
representative repre entative of The Herald yesterday yesterdayafternoon yesterdayatterpooo yesterdayafternoon
afternoon that by b mutual consent the themembers tJmembers themembers
members of the board Had d decided to topostpone topostpone topostpone
postpone their meeting until next Tues Tuesday Tuesday Teesday ¬
day afternoon at 4 oclock oclockThe oclockThe oclockThe
The conference will be held In the ice lecture lec lecture iceturn ¬
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School This postponement postp llemeDt is due to the thefact thefact
that this week several eral members of ofthe ofthe
the board could not possibly attend net netably notably
ably Justice Peelc t eele of the Court of Claims Claimswho Claimswho Claimswho
who is holding beldln court this week weekMuch weekMuch k
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question according to Mr Ir McNamara McNamarawill McNamarawill
will be th the legality of the master plumb plumbers plUluben plumbera ¬
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Joseph Jo pb C Sheey Shec J J i Darlington A A S SWortldnStOP SWorthington
Worthington and Justice Ju Uce Peale PealeENGINEERS 1eeleENGINEERS ieeieENGINEERS
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Washington Wins VJnH Over Boston in inHard inHnrd inHard
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Association Uon of Fire Engineers Chief Wil William wnJtam WUham ¬
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pertinent who attended the recent recentmeeting recentmeetlltg recentmeeting
meeting of the association in Dallas DallasTex DajhTe DallasTex
Tex Te < returned to the city Monday M night nightand nJghtand nightand
and yesterday submitted his report r rt to tothe tothe tothe
the commissioners He Heitated stated there therewere therewere therewere
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sudden death of Mrs Irs John Stage wife of ofChief orClUtr ofChief
Chief John Stagg of Boston BostonA BoetoaA
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eight of the most important cities to se secure secure socure ¬
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finally narrowpd down to Boston and andWashington a a1Taabinston assiWashington
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