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is always busy and constantly constantlyincreasing constantlyincreasing constantlyI
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and friends friendsJust friendsJust friendsJust
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formfitting Overcoat vercoat flare flareskirt flareskirt flareskirt
skirt made of fine black wor worsted worsted worsted ¬
sted 180 I50 valueNit valueNitThe 81375 81375The 1375 1375The
The HlvI M S M Hand Handtailored Handtailord Handtailored
tailored Single and Double DoubleBreasted DoubleI DoubleBreasted
Breasted Sack Suits exclu exclusive exclusive exclufabrics ¬
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The M f S M I Black Thi Thibet Tbibet Th1t ¬
t bet Suits single and double doublebreasted doublebreasted doublebreasted
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D J Kaufman Hats Sl90 190
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D J K 81 1 Dress Shirts Shirts79c Shirts79c25c 79c 79c25c 79c25c
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Decrease of 41 Per Cent ContMORE CciitNORE CentIMOEE
IMOEE MORE COLORED PEOPLE DIE DIEImprovement DIEImprovemcnt DLEImprovement
Improvement Due Wholly Vltoll to Dimi Diminution DimInution D1m1jiiitloit ¬
nution of Mortality lortnlIt Among 1110ng White WhiteReHidcntit 1hIteReMidejal VblteReHitlenh
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The report of Health Offlcar W C GWoodward CrOOd CWoodwrd
Woodward rOOd ward for the Jtaeal ft eal year ended endtdJune endldJun endedJUOQ
June Jun 30 l IMC 1 rn submitted to the Comntto Comnttosioners C Comm Commsioners nmtle nmtlestoners
sioners yesterday shows that the go goeral gOlt gOltend goeral
eral death rate for the District of Co Columbia C Clumbia 00lumbla ¬
lumbia during the year was wa 1SJ8 Tlrts Tlrtsis Tldsis Tk Tkis
is somewhat better than the correspond corresponding correpotMIIng eorreposi4ing ¬
ing figures for the proceeding year ItS HJ1and 1tItand ItSand
and compares favorably with the awmg awmgfor AvtIC1igefor vecgefor
for the past decade 1992 199 The improve improvement 1Ip iasprGvemeat e ement ¬
ment in the death rate since 19S JI I said id the thereport tJt tJtreport threport
report is wholly due to a dlmcuitUon dlmamtloftthe hi hithe Inthe
the death rate of whites which fell from fromlfi06 fro t
lfi06 11 to 1516 and nd which wh h Is only 94 per percent perc percent
cent c nt of the average annual death rate for forthe forthe forthe
the ten year period periodIn periodIn periodIn
In his report Dr Woodward discusses discussesthe dt8cuS8esthe discussesthe
the general mortality with respect to tolocation tolocation tolocation
location alley death rates mortality of ofwhites cfwhItes
whites and colored people statistics re regarding r rgardlng regarding ¬ I
garding communicable diseases births birthsprivate birthsI birthsprivate birthsprivate I
private hospitals communicable diseases diseasesof diseas diseasof diseasesof
of animals mals removal of weeds and the theconversion thEcon th thconversion >
conversion con ls on of alleys aJley into minor streets streetsMore streetsore streetsMore
More ore Men cn Than Women omen Die DieMore Dielore DieMore
More lore deaths occurred among the men menthan mfOthan menthan
than among the women the death rate rateamong rateamong rateamong
among the former being 2Lfft 1 and among amongthe amongthe amongthe
the latter 1697 In speaking of the high highdeath highdea highdeath
death dea th rate among I the colored people ple of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the District Dr Woodward WOO VIlnl says it is isdue isdue Isdue
due in his judgment to bad housing in incident incident in incklent ¬
cident to a certain cert hl extent to defective defectivelocation deffCtiyflocation defectivelocation
location and a nd construction CO IItrucUo of houses but butprobably butprobably butprobably
probably to In an even greater extent to tobad tobad I Ibad
bad housekeeping hOUHkeept to bad clothing to tobad tobad tobad
bad feeding and to t the absence ab ewce of need needed needed 4 4ed ¬
ed medical treatment at the proper time timeAll timeAll timeAll
All of this he said fc due to poverty povertyand poertyand povertyand
and ignorance ignoranceDr
Dr Woodwards Views VlcrvaIn ViewsIn lewR lewRIn
In relation to this subject Dr Wood Woodward Woodward Woodward ¬
ward said saidFor midFor id iduFor
uFor For the excessive death rate among amongour amongour amongour
our colored people there is no sovereign sovereignremedy sovereignremedy sovereignremedy
remedy The government has already alreadydone alreAdydone alreadydone
done much tending to t reduce it Other Otherthings Otherthll1 Otherthings
things thll1 must be done and are now under underconsideration undtrconalderath underconeIderati3n
consideration as 5 the eetabtfshmckit e ta t of ofpublic ofpublic ofpublic
public baths the reclamation of the An AnacoetiK Anaco Anaco
acoetiK aco tJa Hats and fUt th the extension e t 1dioa of public publicplaygrounds publicplaygr0 publicplaygrounds
playgrounds playgr0 m4s and of other movements al already already already ¬
ready inaugurated inauguratedOne InauguratedOne inauguratedOne
One thing th else has not yet been taken takenup takenup takenup
up in the serious way in which the im importance Importaace heportance ¬
portance of the matter deserves deMrY and that thatIB thatIn
IB th the establishment establlsblD t of day nurseries nurseriesFarther Dur Durull1lrther nurserleFurther
Farther than this ther there te II te seems seemsto HeInSto aeemsto
to me nothing that the governmen gover can cando caado cando
do directly to diminish the prevalence JIeVa ftCe of ofphysical ofphywlca1 o ophynical
physical impairment of sickness sIclm 1 of dis disease dIIIeaif d dease ¬
ease and of death among them Every Everything Everytbt Everything ¬
thing tbt g further depends penda upon the initiative initiativeof
of the individual and the most that can canbe canbe n nbe
be done te to place the individual in a aposition atlon atiOit
position tlon where Mre he can and will 11 take that thatInitiative tbatInitiative thatInitiative
Initiative And this can be effected only onlythrough onl onlthrough onlythrough
through education educationRecord educatlonUecorll educationRecoril
Record Number unler of Birth BirthThe DlrHIMThe flirtliThe
The total number of blrt births recorded recordedduring reconIecJduring recordedduring
during the year was C41 141i the largest JIn num number Rumber numher ¬
ber ever recorded IeCICkded during a single aDfIe year yearin yearIn yearin
in the District of CohnoMa Of this thisnumber thisnumber thisnumber
number 41 were white and 2i color colored colored colored ¬
ed Infant infanteDuring InfantDurIag InfantsDuring
During IMS 15 1O7 cases of typhoid fever feverwere teftrre feverwere
were re reported an increase of SI cases casesover ca8e8over caseaover
over the preceding JlCMI year y Of this da number
142 resulted fatally a percentage of TCLK TCLKIn 1ltIn 1254In
In 19i there were l 141 < a deaths from ty typhoid tYphoid typitoid ¬
phoid phoidThe pitoidThe
The following percentage pereftlUI of deaths re resulted resuttee resuited ¬
suttee from communicable disease scar scarlet scarlet ¬
let fever JJff per cent diphtheria dlpbt ft1a 9 per percent per percent
cent and smallpox 12 per r cent centTuberculosis ceatTulJerculo centTuberculosis
Tuberculosis TulJerculo il Rate Lowered LoweredThe LoweredThe
The death rate from pulmonary tuberculosi5 tuber tuberculosis tuberculosis ¬
culosis fell OIl from 2CJ C per thousand tboua to to256C
256C 25 This was wa a decline in the death deathrate deathrate
rate for whites from 1CM but the death deathrate d deathrate aCh
rate for the colored people increased from from4S3C from4S
4S3C to 4 4932 4932Thlrtyve l lTblrtllve l lThirtyfive
Thirtyfive deaths occurred oceufI from steam steamrailroad steamrailroad tMmrailroad
railroad accidents more than at any oth other other other ¬
er time from that cause during the last lastdecade Ja Jadecade lastdecade < <
decade There Th was as also a a large Ja increase increasein
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in deaths from from street railroad accidents accidentsfourteen aeddntafouri accidentsfourteen
fourteen fouri en having havl been reported The Theaverage Tb Theaverage i iave
average ave of deaths from this cause during duringthe 4I8I1qtbe durIngthe
the past decade was AS but 72 72Dr 7 7Dr T2Dr
Dr Woodward reecommends the con conversion cooerslon eonversion ¬
version of alleys aiIe into minor streets He Hecommends HecomrneDd8 Hecommends
commends the system of medical Inspec Inspection tn inepection pec pectton ¬
tion of schools scboo s and says its scope should shouldbe shouldbe shouldbe
be extended extendedWith extendedWith extendedWith
With regard to the th inspection of bar barber barber herher ¬
ber shops he says it Is to be regretted regrettedthe rereUedthe regreuedthe
the staff of the health he 1tb office te not large largeenough largeenough ar5e ar5eenough
enough to enforce the regulations regulationsDr 1atIoIIs 1atIoIIsDr
Dr t Woodward requests additional a ttloaal ap appropriations apPotK1atlons nppro ¬
propriations pro rlations In order that t at more men may maybe IDQbe maybe
be provided for his department departmentIIUILDIXG departmetltUILDIXG departmentBUILDINC
IIUILDIXG PBR rERJIITS HTS ISSUED ISSUEDI ISSUEDThe ISSUISUThe
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The following follo1 building permits rmlt were is issued lssued issued ¬
sued by Building Inspector In peet r Asbford yes yesterday yetfmay yesterday ¬
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The late Harriet Wassea Vaa en had her ilfe ilfejft8U1 life lifeinsured lifeinsured
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Company of America for Itl 1000 Miss MtaeKathryn MissKathryn it itKatbryn
Kathryn E Lear her niece was wa named namedas
as the sole beneficiary In b the policy Mrs MrsWasaen lrsW Mrsdied
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thousand dollars The insurance IItsuraitee com company eompany cornpany ¬
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Wasaen made misrepresentations Jft pr ntatlo at the thetime t tetUne e etime
time she be applied to the company fore forJthepolley forepolicy for the thepolicy
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representations repre entaUons is poor policy for which whichthey whielsthey whichthey
they should not be made to pay MIss MfasLear MIssL MissLear
Lear L ar thinks otherwise and has instituted institutedsuit In Institutejsuit tltutec1 tltutec1suit
suit for the recovery of the money At Attorneys Attorneys Attorneys ¬
torneys Anson S and John E Taylor ap appear apPAr appear ¬
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beef Cef and Delmonloo steaks a specialty specialtyFlue specialtyFine specIaltyFine
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will have a full supply of Dove meats and amiLoefflers alLoeftIers andLoelIter
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ROOT HARD FOR THE ROOSTER ROOSTERPoultry ROOSTER1Poultry 1 1Poultry
Poultry Owners Defend Their Pets PetsBefore PetsBef PetsBefOre
Before Bef re Commisioners CommisionersOfllcialK CommisionersOfficials CommisionersOmelals
Officials Wit Withiold Ithohl hold Decision Until Fur Further Furflier ur urther ¬
ther Investigation In Madelof Jlnc1e lof of the theQuestion thcQuelttioll theQuestioni
Question of Kceplnpr Chickens ChickensThe ChickensThe ChickensThe
The Commteslonetii yesterday Y gave a apublic aIIc a aIaIIIIe
public IIc hearIng to those t Interested Jatern wJd in the thet thel8eJlCbH8t thepreposed
preposed amendment > t to the police regu reguJattnu regutllat regulathes
lathes web pr pwocldes vktes that BO person personshall peNOnkeep perecoshall
shall keep any a7 y kind of ftr 1ft fowls to or origeoavi orlit onpigeons
pigeons te any Y square bvhi aavtoaj 15 per cent centof centof CSflLof
of its territory imwrored i thoat obtato obtatohas oINaIIaIeIIIIIt obtahlug
has a permit from the health th efflcer and andthe andthe andthe
the consent of the residents ta within wtt ID a ahundred abUllttAd ahundred
hundred fet feeCA fetA feetA
A number DUJId er of argument were weT advanced advancedthe Mva advancedthe eeJ eeJthe
the principal objection to the keeping of ofchickens ofChlekeu ofchickens
chickens betas the annoyance annoyanceby caused causedby eautI eautIby
by the crowing of roosters at an a early earlyhoar earlyhour earlyhour
hour Dr DrI Dorsey > or8eT McPherson who ftrst ftrstbrought ftrstbrouBbt ltrstbrought
brought the subject to the attention of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Commissioners 0 m1lliMloDera saW the keeping of efchickens ofcIdek ofchlcken
cIdek chlcken chickens In confined spaces produced m msanitary maaItaI7 hiomdoes
sanitary coodiUon coodiUonThese coacIItioanae omdoesThese
These arguments were met t by the theehicken tJaeeMdreft thechken
ehicken fanciers with the statement that thatthe tJlat11Itar7 thatlb
the lb insanitary 11Itar7 conditions tJon of 0 the city are wedwe aremore aredue
due more moreto to the people peopleThose pMpIeT PedoleThese
Those T who spoke m in favor of the roes recotaUoft r rleU roesRation
Ration leU were J J Oeorses O Charles C CS c1IIIIer CSaiolier
S Saiolier vher of the Cosmos eo s Club W II E0 BWnamtkeiE IIWanamaket
WnamtkeiE Wanamaket of 0 AnacoeUa ADace da C B WiigRt WiigRtand WtlglitaDd Wri Wriand
and O B Leaner LeanerThe LeaerT1Ie LesserThe
The following tol1 spoke m In opposition to the theregulation JIe JIeresgJaUoa beregulation
regulation J I EasbySraKk Charles l lDIms F FDiggs 1 1Dtggs
DIms representing Jepresent the retail grocers groc Dr DrCharles DrCbarIes DrCharl
Charles Charl Allen W K Ambrose represent representing ropr representlag t tI ¬
lag I the the Honing HOIIdDgClub HomlngCI Club b A M Koane W J JHowant Jowarcr JHOWnaL
Howant owarcr P F Suter W C Downs Harry HarryB B rry rryE
E Gtadman Rev D E Wteeman WH WHItam Wilhim rll rll1lam
him Andrews W F Desman add EE EEJditchoU E E Eu EBel BMftcbeL
JditchoU MftcbeLore JditchoUBefore u
Before Bel ore decWin deciding upon the subject the theComaiiasioacrg Uteni theCossmlssloeers
Comaiiasioacrg ni will solicit t written sug suggestions rniggestious g ¬
gestions 8 toa and amendments te t the regula regulations regulattou roguiaCOURT ¬
tions tionsCOUET ttouCOURT
COURT SALE HELD BINDING BINDINGPurchaser BINDINGPurchaser BINDINGPnrchnNer
Purchaser However May Jln in Arrange Arrangeto ArrnnJeto Arm nge ngeto
to Have Property l rOllert Resold ResoldDecision RCHoelI RCHoelDeclaIon ResoldDecision
Decision was rendered re ered yesterday by byChief byChIef byChief
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Chief Justice Clabaugh in the cage of ofMary orMalT ofMary
Mary McGuire against Thomas DIggins Diggingand DIgginsand Digginsand
and others in connection with wltltthe the appli application applleadoa apphieatiosi ¬
cation of the trustees tru tees to compel co 1 Dorothy DerotltyM D rothy rothyM
M f Brown Bro a purchaser p rebaser at aC ata a court sale saletotomply snJeto saleto
totomply to MaDl7 with th the terms termsThe termsThe termsThe
The court held h 1d that where they y are ut utterly utterly uttonly ¬
terly unable to comply the purchasers purchasersmight purcbnsersi Purchasersmight
i might mi t be allowed to have the property propertyresold pro propertyresold pert pertrellOW
resold at the risk of losing their deposit depositIt 1poslt 1posltIt
It was also held that the purchasers purchasersshould purchasersshould
should 14 be entitled to receive th amount amountof amountof lmounlof
of the deposit back if the property propertybrought propertbrought propertybrought
brought a sufficient fund in excess of the thefirst theftrst thefirst
first bid to be allowed for such payment paymentOn paymentOn paymentOn
On June 27 1 the property adjoining the theCect tbeCedt theCecil
Cecil apartment house ho on L street street north northwest northwest northwelt ¬
west was offered for sale by decree of ofthe oftbe ofrise
the court It was bid in by Mrs Brown Brownat Brownat Brownat
at the price of 3238 233 38 per square foot and andshe andShe mdshe
she made a deposit at the thetJme time t4me of ofNot 300 300Not GO GONot
Not being able to comply with the fur further furtMr further ¬
ther terms t 1rD8 of the sale Mrs Brown was wasdied WASelted wascited
died upon application of thetrustees thetrusteesto the trustees trusteesto
to appear and show cause why she should shouldnot nhouklnot shouldnot
not be required to comply with the th terms termsIn
1 1 In her answer Mrs Brown contended contendedthat contendltlthat contendedthat
that she had been n mistaken mlS lken about the thesiae thesize theshe
size of 0 the property that the price was wastwice wastwb wastwice
twice as a much as she had supposed it itwould Itwould Itwould
would be and that she was 85 unable to tocarry tocarry tocarry
carry out the arrangement arrangementThe arrangelne arrangelftenLbe L LThe
The be court directed the trustees to re reiselL teell resell
sell ell Trustees were represonted r esonted by byMessrs byM byMessrs
Messrs M rs Samuel Maddox and Leon To Tobrtner Tobrbter Tobrtner
brtner and Mrs Brown by Attorneys Attorne AttorneSWIl AttorneSWIlton Wit WIIton Witton
ton J Lambert and James S Easby EasbySmith EftsbXSmith EnshySmith
Smith SmithW
W W C T F L Workers Vorker Leave LeaveAfter LcneAfter LeaveAfter
After mending severaldays In this city cityvisiting city1slUng cityisiting
visiting the various Places oi < < ce of Interest the thelarge thelarge thelarge
large number of Womans Christian Tern Tenvpenutce Ternranee Ternperenee
penutce ranee Union workers who have been beenstaying been1ng beenstaying
staying 1ng at the Bancroft Hotel left town townyesterday townyestenIsy townyesterday
yesterday morning Many of the party partywill partywill partywill
will sail at once for their homes In By Byrope Eqrope Et Etrope
rope while whUeotbers others Intend In lend remaining long longenough longenough longenough
enough In the country to visit several severalWestern sevenilestere severtlWestera
Western estere cities citiesJ
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WE CLOSE AT 12 OCLOCK TONIGHT TONIGHTI TONIGHTRAIN TONIGHTSENSATIONAL TOssIGHTSENSATIONAL
SENSATIONAL SENSATIONALUNDER SENSATIONALUNDERPRICING I
UNDER UNDERPRICING UNDERPRICINGRAIN I PRICING PRICINGRAIN
RAIN COATS CRAVENETTESLAST CRAVENETTESLAST CRAVENETTES CRAVENETTESLAST
LAST DAY DA YI LAST LASTCHANCE LASTCHANCEToday CHANCE CHANCEToday
Today completes the greatest sale of Rain Coats and Cravenettes at atsuch atsuchlow atsuch
such suchlow low prices that has ever been known in this city We must positively positivelyclose posithfelyclose positivelyclose
close out our enormous stock by
12 OCLOCK TONIGHT TONIGHTIf
If you have ave not already taken advantage advantageof of this sale be sure and do so at once
Mens 700 Nobby Rain RainCoats Rainoats RainCoats
Coats oats Until 12 I oclock to tonight tonight tonight ¬
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bracing the very latest lateststyle latesttylH lateststyles
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Helen Gould Morgan began suit against againstthe aptttile againstthe
the Baltimore A Ohio Railway for H Hm 1 1dumII 1t 1tda
m damages da 8 yesterday She claims she shehas SIIebas shehas
has been injured for life IIr and Is unable unableto uaableto unableto
to earn eaf her livelihood aa a drummer or orsaleslady 01sale orualesIa4ly
saleslady sale laclY by reason of a car of the Bal Baltimore Halotlmore 3 3tlmore ¬
tlmore Ohio Railroad Company on onwhich onwbJeh enwhich
which she was W a passenger S5eftae coming eonatn < < in inI Intoo intoo
I too lelent contact with the theand bumper bumperand bumperand
and throwing her against ia t the iron railing raffingof ralUDgof railingof
of the the ear earMiss earMLs
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the lb occurrence happened on December ember 4 4HaM 4mi
HaM 1 Frank D BlackhUone is attorney attorneyfor attorneyfor
for the complainant complainantLOCAL complaJaantLOCAL coeiiplainantLOCAL
LOCAL MENTION MENTIONAMUSEMENTS MENTIONAJIUSE MENTIONAIUSEMEZTS
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lights rubber tubing tubinggas gas globes glob lamps lampsDistrict lampsDbtrlct lampsDistrict
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vertised for laborers there is still tll a de demand demand deuland ¬
mand for men on the extraordinary im improvements 1mproel1nts Improvements ¬
provements under und l way engineer of High Highways HlghWRYS Highways ¬
ways C II ilunt ± tunt said that eighty men menwere menwere menwere
were needed in his hi department The av average aVerage average ¬
erage pay of the laborers Is 150 a day dayof dayof dayof
of eight hours and t2 2 a day to skilled skilledlaborers sklllMlaborers skiiiodlaborers
laborers The work on the improvpments improvpmentswill UlIprcvc ImprevementWill > mnu mnuwill
will continue until the freezing of the theground th thgTOI11d theground
ground makes it necessary to discontinue discontinuesurface dl discontinuesurface nttnut nttnutsurfaco
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