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CHIMES I ll MILITIA MILITIAAppointments MILITIAPIJOint1l1 MILITIAAppOintll1ClItS
Appointments PIJOint1l1 llts and Promo Promotions Pro 1rornotiOllS no notions ¬
tions in District Guard GuardTABGST GTUL1dTARGET 1 1TARGET
TARGET SEASON HEARING NEARING END ENDGen ENDGen EmGen
Gen Hnrrle Approves Dcsiffn for forBronze forBronzc forBronze
Bronze Medals lUcdallCoI Col Harry lIn1r B Cil Cillery CUtery Ciilery ¬
lery May Become New ew hampshire HampshiresAdjutant IInmp hampshireAdjutant l1Ire l1IreAdjutant
Adjutant General GcncraIVork Work of Ifrrfnl IfrrfnlBattalion NnvnlDnttnJlon NaaiBattalion
Battalion Improves ImprocsCarmnItJe ImprocsCarmnItJeAdjt improvcsCasuahtlesAdt Casualties CasualtiesAdjt
Adjt Adt G Gen n Lloyd M 3 Brett by com command command cornmand ¬
mand of Brit Gen George H H Harries Harriesyesterday Harriesyesterday Hafflesyesterd
yesterday yesterd leaned l the following appoint appointments appointment npp int intments ¬
ments and promotions by President PresidentRoosevelt ProsldontRoo PresidentRooevelt
Roosevelt Roo and the casualties and changes changesIn chnnS s sIn
In the National Guard of the District Dlztrlctof DlztrlctofColumbia of ofColumbia otColumbia
Columbia
Appointments AppointmentsFirst APIollltmclltFtnt
First ItegaacntFiMt tP1IItglllt Sonet Frank M 1 Colllm ColllmCatnp CollinCamPUJ CoI1inCctnicy
Catnp CamPUJ cr E K to be Mowd Hwtwvont Ht Dt Nertmber ember 6 6J9K 6M 6Mi
J9K M rice ProdM ieamd Cempaar E E Scoand ScoandLieut S JtndLiart SccndIjaeut
Lieut ll llowanl < nwd J AtweH Owapaiur C A t U t > be 1 m NO NOoud ie ieoad e eond
ond lieutenant Febnmry Febar 29 19 10CM 150G flee Iee MeGoaearipromoted 3IeGoneiZpresided MeGoaeari leGaneplpnIRlOted
promoted Company C Flint Sergt Ellsba a I ICarrier IJ IJCarrier BCarzier
Carrier Company L L to b be second lieutenant March Iareh
2 IDOL vice HaUMwajr promoted tCornl1A Company 1 L LS Lt LtRerct USet >
S Rerct Set tgt Edward D Tunmre Company F to be first firstlieutenant firstJitutDaot flrtkutnant
lieutenant March S 50 1906 rice Brockvajr prometed prometedCompany promtedtCompanJ aemeted aemetedCo44pny
Company F > Sent Harry N K Stull Companr H Hto Hto
to be wooed od lieutenant April pril 27 19W vice ke Stras Strasbiirger Strasbnift Strasburger
burger promoted Company H Private Samuel W WForsytB WIonstlle WFortb
ForsytB Canpaay M to be first lieutenant May MayIT 11
17 UK to fin an original al vacancy acan Company M MrrtTate 31Private 1 1Private
Private Saantel Peacock Companr K te be ftt fttlieuteuaDt trtlieutcnant nt ntlieutenant
lieutenant May M 1 1M6 1 W6 Ilea Heap eoP recfened Com Company CGmpaDf Cowny ¬
pany ny K l Private John E R Bean BeanS Company M to be besecond beICCOIId b bcamd
second Nontenant tifoat ftt Mar H lie M06 1006 506 to ill II an original originalvacancy oriIfltaeaDq odg4a1Tnq
vacancy ce Company paDJ M Private PItTa William L Mat Mattocks Mattorus Iat Iattocks ¬
tocks Company eopallfB B to be second eond lieutenant May 11Q2f
2 2f 19K I vIce Daker lJaIMprcII8Oted proRMtod Company B Harry HarryWalsh HartYWalsh HarryWaIA
Walsh WaIA to te b captain June 1 9 1M6 1 tic doe Coop re reisued re res reiagued
isued Company A Corp C Norris P Wafch Com Company mPD1 ¬
pany H to be aecoMd lieutenant June M 1906 1900AtveU rks rksAtweU i1 i1twei1
AtweU twei1 appointed appo second nd Itaitooant Company C CCompany C CtCeapanr CCevy
Company A Sefgt OUfer C C Terry Ambvianee AmbvianeeCorpa AHlWaReeCorp MbuiaseCorp
Corp to be amnd UeateaaHt Jane 15 19 19QG Tie TieSoIHran doe doesI1kaD vieSnilkan
SoIHran rromoted Company IIJ K Kt Frt vSwgt vSwgtRobert Sct SctROOft1 Sart SartRobert
Robert W V Tyler Company epss R1 I to be first lintJuly Hm INtsaM INtsaMJuly ma t tJury
July 6 i m i T vb sic HddttKcieh appointed I R n P PSixth IIShih I Isiltil
Sixth Battalion Company Cc pall7 IT If QaarteraaaUr Sert SentWill SertWIU Sertwill
Will H Chaw general 11tOQOO soncoffiafaskmed icMwd staff Dk Dkrict D Dcl Dier8ct
rict of o Colombia mflitia Dltk to be tot tmtUDC raL HeoteRftM HeoteRftMjane lleeteaaMiuoc
jane iuoc UDC tt 1 HOC i rice Brown nafeMd re1 Company D DSecond DSccolul Dl DlSecond
Second Regiment RegimentSecond UcglmcntSe ItegimeutSemad
Second RegimeatS itegieutSeat sat rst Arthur rthur I L KttehaH Com Company ConIpaD Coospuny ¬
paD I D to be flnt lieutenant November ber 7 1Tin XXK XXKTire Xtt Xttvki
Tire Bran van promoted feop Company Coos D DI Seqst SMMK saeIdaud SsosueiFrIad j jFrland
Frland daud Company l B 1 te 1 be captain Jaatwry 31 31MM 31 iiI
MM I Tic rice Shane rcalgmd tec Comtianr B ITitat ITitatClaude IrIRcebLade Prreielaude
Claude A Ltodaejr CMBpaar A to be nnt rat Hen Hentenant Jteatmant lieutenaut
tenant Febnmry 1 B8t WI to fill an ertgteal rigiBalI Taeancy TaeancyI aeut aeutCosnpauy
I Company Aj Private Arthur rthur Vf V Leonard IA Com C CIJAR Coosany 1 1pany
any C t to be tint nt lieWenant J May I Y 7 B86 DfJGWl iloe iloeWUtaher v1 v1Wkiiker
WUtaher Wl tahft tnuMfemd Company 0 Gt > Private JaM Jemei
i 1 Own Company t u G to te secwd iMMtemitt May 1
7 JIll lgs We T < Tart reaigMd Company G G SgL SgLWilliam 8etwnlilua SgtWilliea
William IL ItockateiM II Company C to be mronel ImIDdJwntftlllat aosondlseunt mronellieiitesant
lieiitesant May S UK IllS vice Donovan Jai yeeiptedlOimpany e4I
lOimpany I r I > Henjamm II Streeks 8tiee to lie tnt SntlirateiMit tnt1imtt1lloDt lrtlieoteun
lirateiMit May 8 i IMC 1 vine Place Ma mfeoal Uwa 4Lieosny < Uwapany
pany 1 C CI Sev sp t WUHaat W Hea C Ryan CompaN If B to tobe tobe tota
be anoad lieutenant Juts f IMS 1t65 5 rice Haretow Haretowrengneil nwtowW1I1 itoretowis
rengneil is ° ed Company os ID 8 Jamea Ja E K IteAmw IteAmwCompany It ItCJIDIIUI1 Itidsioscainy
Company CJIDIIUI1 A A to he MCMM reud Iwmtwnnt Jute 17 11nee 19K 19Kvice I9 I9vire
vice Rippey rra nsIped aed Camaany 4C A AI > PInt I cIat IAootAlbert cIatAIIIrrt eot eotAlbert
Albert B B i Weir Co Couy pMy B K to be viarttrmiter rumnltftwttI oartwoaater oartwoaaterwith j jwith
with rank ria of 1 an er nt Ueatemnt nt Joe S UK 3 3Von TieD vteVon TieDYOIl
Von DMhenhawien > ealsa4 ut m tPlftll Fifth DaU DaUSnwL BaUaHon BaUaHonScott MUaooSerg
Scott Oeorgft J MrDetmott Oonfwv f1af8tI nos8oy B to Ve 1MGr b be14 j jfint
fint Gr 2ruteuat ratcoant kant JaI K II 1 UK vke Ii Stdfc SWJctC reatprtd reatprtdCompany ieaiiisdICtetiy
Company tC IJnJ B Bt >
Navnl Battalion BattalionGeorge BnttallonGfGqe Bn1alInnGosi
George Gosi A Howe If Oft to he pHjmuttr with the lb rank rankf raakJieataa rauklieutenant
f lieutenant March 5 8 BK JII6 to II U an ottglna odtIIID m meancy oss7
eancy s7 Jomph D I OalMw De1IeIate t to be enotui ooe Aptfl AptflMl Aprttto 3S 3Sto
Ml to fill an oricbml vacwry ury n Phat UMmant UMmantJohn VWIIIPJo4ni ItJ
John U J Ii John Joba to be paymajier with the rank ras of ofbratmant IIIbt1rtt otheiitiaot
bratmant May I W5 IJGG wc rire i How 11 lies reaned K4mr4 K4mr4K KdwudJODII icdJoolss
K Joins I to be lieutenant lieutftM jnniai uMr gn4r os4e May 1u Q 1 1MB8 1 1to 1to
MB8 to fin an original vacancy na Third Ts DhrMon DhrMonIfeilip DieooPtili
Ifeilip lhill A H TerrrH to he eooiqa mriai May 1 HfK to totil toea
til 11 aa oriainal vacawr rVcend eraosI DMmw Fred H HL0f 11 11f ILto
L0f f to be enaltti May Ma 2 1001 r30 to IB B an ot edit editTacau4 wl wlracanry I Illkatlli
racanry Tacau4 ThJrd fn ld DtvMeiii Fahtan P Noel to to151W ha liefar haemien
emien May > 1 B3 to AH an oriowwl ortaiIa1Fotrt odIsirsuietuih vaowqr vaowqrPo
Fotrt Po rsuietuih rtf BU DivMm John K Clement to be beJtae e eibtn ftt ftte
ibtn June 7 1W ffi W Ie Jtartt OTtt pmnmUH ioa4 tlJlr iflrat W WTMotii 1Ji 1JimitJp lievWjjui
TMotii Rom L 1 Fryer to ba 1 rmdcn eooi u JMK J 8 8au Mi te tefill
fill 11 an cripnal vacancy Sertwd Ptriaanl PtriaanlPrnnnilioni n nPTornoUont DIduooiPrnniotloiin
Prnnnilioni PrnnnilioniFlnt PTornoUontlrIt PrnniotloiinFbt
Flnt ResmtenlFbit Beeut PInt List MMuai J RIM It Rpa Campanr Cam 0laD Oe OeJn
panr laD f t to be captain Febnmry l 9 2J B KC Tin T Tetid On Onieaue 0 0rfQpJed
ieaue rfQpJed etid l Company 1 1Lleat C Csecond C CSeteud
second Limit AI6ml 1fM R McOmiegal Conpany Ca C Cto Ct Cto
t to be first Ueutwrat Fehrmvy MC6 1ICtj BC rice RJM RJMpromotrd RJHtd Ri Rijtoied
promotrd td Compaay C4Vsa1rc O OHecond n ncd
Hecond rc Lieut Jamea J B L Baker IWarrlint Iiel GDOJMV B to ha haftnt b btirot
lint Unrtenant March 2 Z MS I Tie riall gbmm ieS mpiannl mpiannlCompany re retCeepny
Company l It ItSmiRd XJMot itnood
SmiRd IJrat AW th MIt D Hathaway Ua l aJ Cw 01 01am hosay aay 1 to tote tob
te b grit licntwant Match t 2 BW 1186 1186J8iped tfc us uszei IfitiUm IfitiUmretngnrd
retngnrd zei CpanT L LFirst LI LIJ Iiltt >
First J irst Lient Leonard If Timmitii CammtHj O to tohe tol
he l < aptatai May 1 tt Ma m to fiB M orhjmal 1 ivcmcy ivcmcyompaay 1ecIIWJOIDpeftY eey
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Jifm Arthur J I x Coospiosy Dto D I lie liebtr toio toioNoveeber
November btr 7 MS 1 vir 11re e Hfi n I1me Rea imlutij fd JmM juI juIvxte > M 1 1vocate
vocate 1 e general Irtetriet of Commbia X8Mi to tonr C Coos Coospan m mpany
pany pan nr D DFirst DI DIFir DiFiri
First Fir Lieirt MaotmH Man MaVIidft mil r Company y K K to tohr tohp to1w
hr captam 8fJta taato II March 14 Mi 1 rice SktoMT StIK StILnt rerngMd rerngMdCompany ie iettposy
Company K KtJeoond KSexosd
tJeoond Lttat Frank ra D I teeklawl Camt Osososy Miy K Kto Kt Kto
to t he fife Shot i Hmrtenant t M i wtii It1f06 110 I WG nee vie Ma Magrwler 1Iaarndrr Magrnder
grwler prmnted iweosote Oompajgr K KRM Ie IeCI1ltmlticlf KCu
CI1ltmlticlf CI1ltmlticlfJ Cu such ii C Cteiieiipd
RM teiieiipd ned rut J Sidney Uieber l paymMtar sMar Xaml XamlBattalion XsIBettailoc I IBattai
Battalion lJIIIIQUJ Jaman 2 UIf 1 L I iAoot ent Oeanmmlir Look A AFischer AlWKr AFber
Fischer Naval Battation ttaIbI April 23 3 Ml c cH 0Ipt Capt1iiry
H lImry wy Coopc Company J A Jhret KfJminl ItefeuLiit April prIt
3 II OH F Fqaartenaanttr Fat LIrcatfUIWe Uent 001pe A Ye oa DUMItI DUMItIqqartena Detooemeoo Detooemeooqoartermster
qaartenaanttr trr Fifth Itettatton oa Tnne a to UOt lAriat J JII lAriatzie
I Lewia II zie P 1 Ophane l Naval a Umtmfioit nUalDl September S 8 8MC s sThe 3The
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orahly itvchacgMi from fte the Natteaal thesl Utmrd cIartac 4vdu 4vduthe Ktor Ktorthe
the period ended September M 31 MS MSPrivate JaIllriyatCli S6 S6Private
Private Richard F Baby Oonnwny A Flrat
lUgimmt J t Clmrlea 1os4 I Bnmliiiv ituosM Ocnvany crepay L T Tn SeoomJ SeoomJIlegiment eoosl eooslRegiment
Regiment n Janes S 5 I D wea CompaHy K K Second SecondRrfainsent SecIIIId1tt 8eeosIRegncvTt
Rrfainsent 1tt Jowph J l W V Dry Company Com K 1 L Second SecondRegiment Secaadt SeuaodRf315w5t
Regiment t William H IL Green t orooay mjiany K Second Seeotj1kimcut
Itogimcnt < barb bark W Norton N Company C L I Seoomf SeoomfRifiment SIUJIIIIlimmt Seivs4itiyinaent
Rifiment limmt Harry J L ODeneU OD meU Srapaay mpaay 1 L Second SecondItegfaneirt SeeoDdItepneat SeeoosjIte
Itegfaneirt Ite ineat Waiiam WilUa F Hrtehenbw Htr nMcII Company L 1 1Second 1srond L LSrijnd
Second Ilugteent I t anK a George O Venaillion Cemfahy Oe Oeroad
M Second cood Itealment I ItentThe t tnte j
The fullowinKnamed toll m omrer otIrer k a IWMHQCR alPlGQlIInd M uI a adittaenulied adietngiiishtit
dittaenulied I hfd markmaan an wrier the eoaiiitiana pn pnaeribed 1ftnbfod iwoiibed
aeribed in paratnph I General Order 0 Xo t I 3ot etka MrieIJ etkaoC
oC 1JW hint Uent I Frederick H HeWenrcich ia iaor is ispvtor m mapertor
apertor or of It rifle jjfl practice Sixth BattaHAn BattaHAnThe UaUaIIeRTOe itattoflogiToe
TOe followmfnamcd omuer aIIcIr b relieved a H a rose 11IftRII rosebrs 1 1her
her of the brigade beard cl f emminatiaa eca d ati a Cape CapeLeiay CaptLeaoy < pi pi1ftaY
Leiay W Heron adjntant Jfrst Keglaent aa a re reeonier reo reoeIIIdd reThe
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ber of o the hriBM 1IripcIe bc > hoard of earafmtiw Oapt OaptF laptF
F Penroae l ftIIOe Smith swa Company CellI L J llrst Itegtoent Ueg aa aarercrrtcr IIIG orretev4ia
rercrrtcr rercrrtcrGen retev4iaGen >
Gen G n Harris Ham liau Iaa approved of the dcv dcvrtgH de111ft tie tietilgn
rtgH of two vry ver hMitdBome bronzo inedale medaleto j jto
to be awarded d to 0 members of the Na National National NaHone ¬
tional Guard One in for revolver quail quallficattorut quaUftcatlo quailfleattona
ficattorut ftcatlo B and th tltfo other for the members membersof
of the t th Third Battalion team as winners winnersof j jof
of the Brigade Brt cle Rifle Team Trophy Skirm Sklrmish SkirmIs 1 1h
ish Is h Match ThtK far there have been beenfortyone beenfortyone j jfortyone
fortyone qua qualt qualt locations eatlouswlth tlollS with tho revolver revolverfourteen rovolverfou revolverfourea
fourteen fou experts eleven sharpshooters fJharpshooternand sharpshootelid
and sixteen teen inarksmen lna n This TlIfslstho Is the flrat flrattime ilrottime r t ttime
time that A decoration hus ever been beenawardefl beenawrdeG beenawardelt
awardefl for revolver qualifications In InI inthe inthe
I the history of the National Nal onni Guard of ofthe ofthe C Cthe
the District DistrictThe Districtbe Districtrite
The be rifle range ra ile closes ioe on Wednesday Wednesdaydays WednesavO WednesdayOttober
O Ottober tobn 11 TMwleaves This leaves but nine more moredaY8 moredays
days in which to fire Or ordered seores or orincrease OrIDcrease orIncrease
increase quatttcaliqn Tho company offi officers officers ottlcot ¬
cers cot have ve been urged to have every mem member member fl1CULber
ber of their commands who have not notreported not notreported notreported
reported on the range to do so for the thepurpose thepUrpose thepurpose
purpose of helpirig tho record of the thebrigade thebrisacle thebi1ade
brigade by at least firing A single score scoreat scoreat scoreat
at 2W yjtrda rd Every one who ho fails to toAre tocounbi tolire
Are counts 0 in the record while a score scoreftred scoretakes scorelired
ftred takes the shooter out of the fourth fourthchtSB fourthcktsB fourthcIiaor
chtSB and makes him a thirdclass third class man manwith manwit manwith
with a value of 19 i to the record recordA re ord ordA
A few errors crept In the record of the thematches thematebe8 thelnatcheL
matches as published in last Sundays Sundaysedition Sundn s
I edition of Th tbe Herald and corrections correctionsare
are made as follows followsIn followsIn followsIn
I In the Novice Revolver the winners arc arcas arcI arcas
as follows Col Roicheldarfer Rolchel 1Qrfer < first Corp CorpO CorpO
O M Schrtvener second Capt Magruder Magruderthird Magruderthird Magruderthird
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third Sergt Bischoff fourth and Lieut LieutKnelpp LtoutRnelpp Liout1neipp
Knelpp ftfth fifthThe ftfthThe ftfthThe
The Brett Revolver Captain Cookson Cooksonfirst Cooksonfirst Cooksonfirst
first Private Appleby second secq d Col ColRelchelderfer ColReichelderfer Ce CeReichekierfer
Relchelderfer third thirdThe thirdThe thirdThe
The nnie mn 1e of Sergt H E Burton of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Fifth Battalion was omitted from fromttre fromthe fromthe
the list of prize winners in the Magruder agruder
match His score was 43 42 which bleh entitles entitleshim entItlesblm entitlesiirn
him to the seventh place placeLieut plaueLleut planeLicut
Lieut H lL H Leizear Lelzearhas has resigned r shmed as in inspector InPe inspector ¬
spector Pe t l of rifle practice of the Second SecondBattalion SecondBattalfon Secon4Battalion
Battalion and the position has been ten tendered tenderod en endared ¬
dared to Lieut William W1III 91iam m B Sullivan Sullivanp SullivanI SullivanNolwllhet8ndlng SullivanNotwithstanding I
p Notwithstanding the numerous and andtempting andtempttng andtemptIng
tempting prizes offered in the matches matchesrecently matchesrccontb matchesrecently
recently held Capt Stradburgors com company comptluy cornpalsy ¬
palsy enjoys the distinction of not having havinghad havinghad havinghad
had a single member of that command commandentered commandontred commandentered
entered in any of the competitions Capt CaptJ CaptJ
J Harry Beans company of the same samebattalion sameOOl181l0n samebattalion
battalion is the winner of the prize of offered offeree oferod ¬
fered erod by the staff of the First Regiment Regimentfor
for the most entries in ine c Merchants Merchantsi 1 Merchantsmatch rchnnts rchnntsmatch
i match The leather medal awarded to tho thocompany thocompany thecompany
company having the smallest number of ofentries otentrIes ofentries
entries in the matches is probably to be beawarded beBWflrdecl beavrded
awarded to Cast Felands company compBnSecond B BSecond 13Second
Second Regiment RegimentMaj Regimentlaj RegirmuitMaj
Maj Bell has been requested to prepare preparea
a paper J on the subject Advantages of ofa otcontinuation oft
a t continuation of the national match on onthe onthe onthe
the large scale as now conducted in inaccordance Inaccordaftce Inaccordance
accordance with a resolution adopted at atthe atthe atthe
the last convention of the Interstate InterstateNational InterstateNational interstateNational
National Guard Association As oclatJon A special specialcommittee specJalcommittee specialcommittee
committee consisting of Gen Bird W WSpencer WSpencer WSpencer
Spencer ot New Jersey chairman Col ColF ColF CotF
F K Patterson of Pennsylvania Col ColI CotWIlliam ColWilliam
I William A A Pierce of Kansas Kans 5 Lieut Col ColN Co CoN ColN
N B Thurston of o New York and Maj MajS MajJames MajJames
S James J3 Bell of the District of Colum Columbia Columbia Columbia ¬
bia was appointed on smallarms prac practice pnlCtI practIce ¬
tice tI e and each will prepare a paper on a asubject asubject asubject
subject connected therewith therewithCol therewithCol therewithCe
Col Ce Harry B Cilley formerly adjutant adjutantof a 1jutantof <
of tho Second Regiment D C N G has hasbeen rasbeen hasbeen
been slated as adjutant general of New NewHampshire NewHampehlre NewHampoltire
Hampshire The appointment is contin contingent contingent contingent ¬
gent on the election of Hon Charles B Bi B BFlod BFloyd
i Floyd as governor of that State StateAccording StateAcoordtng StateAccording
According to Maj James E Bell in inspector Inspector inspecter ¬
spector general of rifle practice of the thej theGuard theGuard
j Guard in evidence of th the excellent L elIent work workbeing workbeiog workbeing
being done on the image the qualifications qualificationsof
of the general staff show two expert expertI expertriftemeft expertriflemen
I riflemen and thirteen marksmen marksmanLast marksmenLaat marksmenLest
Last year the reports from the com company comJU cornpans ¬
pans JU officers offic showed that 19C UOO men failed failedto failedto failedto
to lire their scores CCKtI8o whereas this year yearwill yearwill yearwill
will find nd less 3e then ISO men me who have havefailed Jmveiatlod havefailed
failed to do this soldierly part ot their theirduty theirduty theirduty
duty dutyCapt dutyCapt dutyCapt
Capt F Penrose Smitk has been de detached detadaft tietacked ¬
tacked from hi Ala > company aJId d detailed detajledt as asassistant astaestant
assistant t to the chief of ordnance ordnanceThe ortinaitceThe ranaaceTIM
The Naval Battalion Has this year yearshown yearabown yearshown
shown a greater srea r improvement in it its gen general 18ftent1 generl ¬
eral work than at any other time in its itshistory ItsblsloY Itshistory
history historyTALKED blsloYTALKED historyTALKED
TALKED ABOUT ABTRAIN TRAIN SHEDS SHEDSAdvantage SHEDSAhllntnJCH SHEDSttitnntn
Advantage ttitnntn ges of Umbrella Vrnbrei in Type TypeLaid TIcInlfl TypeInhit
Laid Before Olllclals OlllclalsThe O OflicinirtThe lcJn1RThe
The advantages of th the umbrella umbNI type typeof ty tyor typeof
of train shed h over the oldfashioned oldfashionedcaoopjr oldfuhloMCIcanoPT eMfashionedCP410py
caoopjr sheds w was the subject of a con conference conCereJtCe conferesce
ference yesterday yeat rcJT between beh n the District DistrictConuntaeJonere Di DistrictCommisploners trtct trtctCOIIHIIlIIIIIonera
ConuntaeJonere and D H Burnbam n mbam archi architect Anhted rch rchtect ¬
tect of the new w union station A K KSham nShanrl itShatit
Sham chief engineer en lDer neer of the Pennsylva Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Penneylvania ¬
nia Railroad D D Carothers chief cti ctigta CtIrlMft engtuepr
gta rlMft r of the Baltimore aad Ohio Rail Railroad RallC RailC ¬
road C B no Hunt engineer of highways highwaysCbaries htghlQIJCMrlM highwaysCharles
Charles Fernald assistant t enFlM engineer < ngin er It Itbllhwan 4highways f fhighways
highways and Robert Farnham assist assistant KSIdatant assistant ¬
ant engineer giDeer on the construction O work workof workof workof
of the station tIon A number of o argument argumentwere nrginnentswere rQ ftenbf ftenbfwere
were advanced by the railroad men as to towhy toyt towhy
why yt th the < umbrella sheds should be beadopted beadopt beadopted
adopted adopt it hero bel stated that by b their theiradoption tMtradoption theiradoption
adoption the sue and smoke from the theengines thee theengines
e engines nN so noticeable in the canopy sheds abedawo 8bedwodd shedswoold
wodd wo d 1W > w obliterated obliteratedThe obliteratedT oblIteratedThe
The T umbrella nbedtc aIM form a atel bet better bettea ¬
tel protection prot tton than the canopy type t1 and XftdhaVf andhave andhav
have haVf bn Installed lay the railway com companies COllIat cornpeale ¬
panies at many man D > of o the leading terminal terminalof tennlnawof
of the country countryD OU OUD
D H Burnhani aim advanced the ar arfirument argUllWlt argurnent
firument that t bat a canopy shed MB feet in inlength IRI inIenth
length I t would form an architectural bltectural blot bloton blotOft bloton
on the landscape ad a from lOlD a distance dtotaacewould tlllt distancewoukI Ult flId
would Id mar the appeotmnce sf f the Capi CapiToe Capttot
tot bulldm bulldmTbf buikilag buikilagThe
Toe CommIssioners Comq q will wile the lat imUter lator aatter
ter of the adoption of the train sheds Bbedunder beu shedsunder
under u r con co eonsidriiOa idraxon ftIUOa early next week weekLICENSES wwkLIOENSES weekLICENSES
LICENSES TO TOBE BE DELAYED DELAYEDCoinmlsnloncrs DELAYEDCommf DELYDDComniinsioncrrt
Coinmlsnloncrs Commf Joncrll lo Determine Style Styleof Stlcof Stileor
of Public I nblfe nulldlnc SnfcBruunljii SnfcBruunljiiTb SntenurtlltThe SafegnursisThe
Tb The annual aa ual laming t of o U lirns licenses B to the thOwttenl theowners theewneni
owners of th the tbaten t beat otels hotels public publichmO publicIil
hmO 0 and nd aH buildings requiring req such a alh alitente
lh litente nse win be delayed this jrearin year Iii or order orderthat l r rthat
that the Coauafsakmen may ma h 110441 hl 1 a con ctmferencp eon conferenct
ferencp retardIng certain points J pots of the thenew thenew
new law w requiring QIrIBc UM erection er Uon Uonescapes fire fireescapes IwoescapoL
escapes escapesUader escapesUDder escapoLUnder
UDder the law the owner lessee or r or orrupiuit oceulnt
rupiuit of th t the nuiMlHfr bu In qeestlea < sUe stieB is isrequired isrequired
required to tastftl IR QlJl and malataln t therein thereinproper Uterelltr thereinproper
proper r and ad suOJrient guide uId signs sIJSJtcbts g guide guidehihLz Me Melights
lights exit lights and stairway lights lightslire lightslire slit
lire hoee and Ifre < re extinguishers extIn Mns In cia swchlocutions ciaIocalona kh khIecat4ous
locutions Iecat4ous and numbers and of such type typeand typeaDd typeand
and character aa the Commissioners 8lllOMrs i idetermine may mayfHotelllllM ma madetermine
determine determineThe determineThe I
The Commissioners will within the next nextweek nextweek
week V k d determine tenntDe upon the character of offtreeocapes oClireNeap oflireeacapes I
ftreeocapes Ac c to be used in the vari various ari arione rl ¬
one buildings Dulldtn A n sew w form of application applicationis R ppllcsllottItI I
is now ht POUTS of preparation pr ratl6ft and Ute tjtelicenses eIlcen Utelicenses
licenses es will probably be teeued about OM Theftrt he hefirst i iftnt
first of November NovemberDistrict NovemberDistrict I IDistrIct
District Gets Writ rlt of Error ErrorA
A write of error was granted to the thePolice thePolke I IPolice
Police Court yesterday by Chief Justice Justicehepanl JusticeibepanI
I
hepanl Shepard of the District Di trfct Coi Cottrl rt of Ap Appiealft Appea Appeais
piealft pea to review the decision of Judge JudgeKlmball JudgeKlmbaJi JudgeKimball
Kimball In which h 1M held the act of ofCongress orCODgle8l5 ofCongreee
Congress approved apPrO March 1 1 MW ia entitled entitledAn entltlfodAu entitledAu
Au act to cause e the removal of weeds weedsfrom weedlifroID yedsrein
from rein land in the t city of Washington Washingtonunoonetktttional WsshlngtonunqonnUtutionni VuhlnstonunqonetJtutionaJ
unqonetJtutionaJ unoonetktttional The writ was s allowed allowedon
on the petition tttton of the District of Co Columbia Columbia Cehumbla ¬
lumbia The city authorities through throughCorporation throuShCorporation throughCorporation
Corporation Counsel el E H Thomas in inSeptember inSepteJllber inSeptember
September last la t informed the Court of ofAppeal ofAppeaJa ofAppeals
Appeal that Oaten E Green was charged chargedin
in the Police Court with maintafning maintafninga
a nuisance nui a Ce injurious to health consist consisting consistIng ¬ i iIRG
ing of a rank overgrowth of weeds wecds four fourinches fourIloltcs fourhches
inches and more m r in height Green Greenthrough Greentbrough Greenthrough
through his attorney moved to quash the theinformation tillfnformatloa thethformation
information Judge ICimball sustained sustainedhim sustainedhim sustainedhim
him and ruled as matter of law that the theact theItctof theact
Itctof act of Congress requiring tho removal of ofweeds ofweeds ofweeds
weeds was unconstitutional in that It IIlacked Itlackt1 itlacked
lacked the requisite uniformity uniformityAutomobile unlfornlltyAutomobile tmiforittyAutomobile
Automobile Gnrng a Garage c Henri Jl iicar1ng iicar1ngThe arfng arfngT up upThe
The T Commissioners will give a hearing hearingTuesday hearingTuesday hearingTuesday
Tuesday next at 19 1 a m to those in interested In Inter interested ¬
terested ter in the erection of fan an automobile automobilegacage atltol1l automobilegarage bile bileg1UIge
garage on Eighteenth E rteenth street street1tOrth north of ofBelmont otBelmont ofBelmont
Belmont street street A number of protests protestshavel proteslShtleI protestslaavebeert
havel laavebeert een > en received from residents rdentsof of theneighborhood the theneighborhood theneighborhood
neighborhood regarding res rtllnb the th erection of ofthe oftho ofthe
the garage garageHoward gam gamUonar1 garageHoward
Howard Law School Election ElectionAt Electiont Elect to to4e
At t the annual meeting meetlngoC of the theHoward theHowardLitw Howard HowardLaw IIOnrd i iLaw
Law School S bool Alumni Association Asoeiati n the fol following folIowhig tellowing ¬
lowing officers were elected elected for the Ute en ensuing eitsuing ¬ j jsuing
suing year f8r Fountain Peyton 90 presi president prsIdent president ¬
dent Louis G Gregory B2 first vie viepresident vice viceiident Iee IeelUHldent
president George H De Reef 65 second secondvice secondke secondice
vice president Edmund A Patton 300 300third 1000third iDOthird
third vie vicu president Thomas Wailer Wailertreasurer SR SRtreasurer I Itreasurcr
treasurer Charles Charl S S S Hill 06 recording recordingsecretary recordingsecreUt recordingzecretary
secretary secreUt George Ge rge P l Collins ll financial financialsecretary fin1tn financialscerotary tal talscoretarJ
secretary Thomas J Price Pricespending 96 corre corresponding cortespon ¬
spending spon 1lng < secretary secretaryG
G A n Hcmgrinl JIen lInISerIcc lInISerIccTh4s Service ServiceTh ServiceThe
Th The members of Kit Carson Post P t No NoDepartment
2 Department of the Potomac G A A R Rwill RwtU Bwilt
will hold a memorial service sen1celn in remem remembrance remcmbranee remembranec ¬
brance of their late comrade Thomas H HMartin Ii IiMartin HMartin
Martin on Wednesday evening October OctoberW
W I at S oclock in their hall 1412 Penn Pennsylvania PennInf8 Pennsylvania ¬
sylvania Inf8 avenue northwest northwestConsider northwestConshlcr northwestConsider
Consider the Flower FlowerThe FJowerllThe FlowersThe
The beauty of the wedding depends dependsmuch dependsmuch dependsmuch
much on the floral setting for the eere eeremony ceremony ere eremony
mony Consult Gude about decorations dcecatIonsi24 i
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WHEN H ENII400U ENII400UcoF IN DOUBT BUY OF OFUSE
USE HERRMAN HERRMANCOR
COR 7TH Br EYE YE STREETSN STREETSNA STRETSNjJ °
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A Magnificent 0S Showing 0 of ofCarpets ofCarpeti
Carpets and Rugs RugsAnd Rusf
f And Many Striking Values ValuesWe
MMIiI MMIiIWe
I We pay p y especial attention to our Carpet Department Departmentand Departmentand lilt III IIIand
and believe that th t it offers you a better selection of Floor FloorCoverings FloorCoverings 1 iJI iJICoverings
Coverings than you can find anywhere else in the city cityThe cityThe cityThe
The assortment is very big and the patterns have been beenchosen beenchosen beenchosen
chosen with great care The qualities are all such as will willgive willgive II IIk
k give you honest service and the prices are a good ood deal deallower de l llower J I Ir
r lower than you expect unless you are acquainted with the thebig thebig II I I Ibi
big bi values we give We carry all the popular makes makesand makesand I I l land
and our excellent facilities and welllighted wel1Iightedbuilding building offer offeryou offeryou Jj fi fiA
A you every opportunity opportunityfor ior a thorough examination of the thegoods thegoods thegoods
goods you buy buyGood buyGood l lGood
Good quality qU 1ity Velvet Rugs in pretty pat patterns Roomsize Tapestry Brussels Rugs RugsJize RugsJizeternssize aize aize9x106 I Iternsstze
terns ternssize size 27x24 27x24very very ex f12 f 9 25 9 ff ffcellent 9x106 9xIO6good good patterns to 6P1 i110 fa f 50 PA PAchoose fl flcellent
I cellent value at p choose from p pf W WGood IVWy IVWyGood
f Good quality Tapestry Brussels Carpet artistic patterns patternsand 1 I Ii Iandcolorsperyard
and andcolorsperyard colors per yard yardFull U 65c 65cFull 5 C CFull
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Full yard wide Ingrain Carpet Carpetin Rich patterns and effects in inVelvet 98r 3ii I Ir
yard in m new r patterns tterupe per peryard 4 49c 9c Velvet VelvetCariet Carpet per peryard peryardyard yard yardWe I
I We make no charge for sewing laying 1ayin and lining liningReliable liningReliable liningi
i Reliable quality Oil Cloth Clothper 22c 22 C Good grade printed p nted Lino Linoleum ¬ 49c 44 44per
OI1J OI1JHigh
per square yard leum per square yard yardHigh yardHigh
High grade Inlaid Linoleum per square yard 98c
SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION CONVENTIONDistrict CONVENTIONiilrict I IIltrict
District Iltrict AxKncintlon Nocl Makes ak Arrange Arrangement Arrangemetals rrane rranemClltH ¬
metals for Big DI Kvcut KvcutTh BccittThe I Iexecuthf
Th The executive committee of the Sunday SundaySclMMri SundySchool
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School Association of the District of oflumbla i ilumbla
lumbla has ha made the final arrangements arrangementsfor arran mt ts tsfor
for the coming of the huge annual con eonvetktn on j jventkrn I Iwatton
ventkrn to be held here m ift the Mount V Ver Vernon > for r rnon I Inon
non Place p Methodist Episcopal Church on onOctober onOctober Il I
October If and 81 81A 11X 31full
A X full programme me of o interesting Intf > retatlng and in inutrocUre intin instruetive
utrocUre tin lecture and aDd spiritual talks have havebeen baeHIl havebeen
been arranged and the committee committee has hasbeen hot hotbeen hasbeen
been ordered to print ri8t and distribute 3SOO 3SOOcopies l1OO l1OOcopies MOco3ea
copies copiesThere co3eaThere
copiesThere
There will be six sessions of the conven convention COftVfnnOD conventies ¬
nOD and it is expected fOxpe expectedthat < tecltbat that over SOD dele delegates del delsatell dolegate ¬
gates will 111 attend Even this number is isconsidered Isred inconsidered
considered red insumVient In udldfnt by the committee committeeand committeeand I Iand
and they have endeavored to jvcuro a alarger aarer I
larger Ia arer r enrollment J H I JJcbUter treas treasurer luasmacor ¬
urer u has been n Instructed to p pay i > all hills Wllaup hillsUI m I I Iup
up UI to date and to make an effort ffon before beforeclosing bfoff beforeclosing I
closing 1081 his book for Of the t year fOltT to secure securethe securthe ur urUte
the usual 1 contributions O tnbaUo from the th schools schoolsnot akhoosaot schoolsiiot
not yet reporting port This to necessary ry on onaccount 011aeeouat onaccount
account of the small balanrp hetane la raIning renjiiningm alning alninght
m ht the try ready o meet the coming comfngexpense t comingexpenses mrng mrngexpeII8N
expense for the convention ronvenUotiICraXTt con conICrafU conventioniCraSltYrt
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and d Tea Bfeeuits are always m lit Mgfc favor favorat favorat favorat
at Irnvrkeom tea teal receptions Ac LIght Ughtcrfarp LIghteriIIp LightcrIsp
crIsp and dainty Deltrered DteJt ere fretti at any anythw anytImei
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our kitchen at any ny time You will willwhat enjoy enjoywhat enjoywhat
what you eat h hare re more than ever The ji jiDeinwr
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home to toal tonight niffv t m varieiiee including inrindincnoaspt 11Ki1Mlt1lSnou includingnougpt
noaspt nou bitter r sweoUt ewe conserved OQ8eV pineap pineappi pinenpplo
pi plo enocolate efiocolate e almonds Scotch kisee kiseeJordan kisses eaJordan kissesJordan
Jordan ahnona a > Mexican plnoche cream creamgrap cramgrapes creamgrapes
grap grapes 8 k c George B aheetz F and andISvcr and1tth andieti
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A line dinner that youll really resJl enjoy enjoyevery fnjoyVerT enjoyevery
every evening Kc Another Place to Kat Kat141T at at131T
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bIg fresh and clean from the oven to your yourtable yourtable yourtable
table Purest and most JnO t wholesome bread breadmade brPadmade breadmade
made 5c loaf 1011 Delicious Homemade HoraemadePies RomemadePlea I IPies
Pies all favorite kinds klndsIe 0c Oecry Holmes Bak Bakery Bakery
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Sum11 Sunday hours 5 I JI to 11 P iU iUIldllldflpida illhiladelphla
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Harvey Itetitauraui is nslujr dally dallyProm cInil cInilFrom dailyFrom
From exclusive sources Prime Plant Oys Oysters Oy Oytcrs Oyslets ¬
lets tcrs Old Musty Muat and Cream Ale on ondraught ondrauht ondraught
draught Connoisseurs are invited Mfr Merchants Mfrchants Ncrchants ¬
chants noon lunch a specialty specialtyIV
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Sea Foods Steaks Chops Clio SaladM SaladMDrlnlc Snlnc1Hco SnhndHc
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Absolutely pure pure Deii Delhered < eretl fresh front fromtho frontUle frontthe
the spring aprU 4 gallons plio tOe Phone E EXew 4S 4SXer S SNew
New Vatoldl Cafe COS OS Otli lit t niv nivRegular nnRegular nsvRegular
Regular meals 35c A la 1 carte service serviceWe serviceVc servicetVc
We Vc Store and Sell Furniture FurnitureBrown l PurniturcBrown urniturcBrown
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Arrived Friday T morning ornlnsr 20000 20OOOIbe 20000lb 20000lbs
lbs of loose Concord Grapes in 49Ib 49Ibcrates 4jlbcmtes 41lbcmtee
crates Jos Di Giorgio 881 1 La La ave avePonlos avePonlos avePonlos
Ponlos Ponlos dclicloas dcliciotu Chocolates and andBonbons nutlBonbons andBonbons
Bonbons the We kind k1nd Fresh every ho hour botIrc hour25t r
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Do you Oft know l no how much more nu nntiitlon nutrition nutr1tion
tiitlon tr1tion there is in fruits grains ad vet vegdtables vettables mgOtables
tables tuna in meat The Hygienic Dan DmI DanIng DanIng
I Ing Room ia09 G st nw serves every evervegetarian everyvegetarian
1 vegetarian dish you can think of Youd Youdenjoy Youdenjoy Youdenjoy
enjoy taking your our meals m als there thereI
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We use the same ma machinery machinery ¬
FA chinery for repairing your yourWhole yourWhole yourWhole v
Whole Sofe and shoes that is used in mak Half Sole and andHeel andHeel andHeel
Heel Si 125 25 ing them Our expert expert fac Heel 95c
tory workmen will make makeyour makeyour mae maeyour
your shoes 3ho s as good as new newALL newALL
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