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4 i THE WASHINGTONHERAL WASHINGTON ASHINGTON HERALD SUNDAY NOVEMBER 25 1906
TO TOHYIPROVESCHOOLS TOHYIPROVESCHOOLSEducators IMPROVE SCHOOLS SCHOOLSEducators
Educators Plead for More MorePractical MorePractical MorePractical
Practical Learning LearningWOULD L arch g b br bWOULD
1 r
WOULD > TEACH CnROW HOW TO FARM OFARMDr FARMDr
Dr Knapp I nnpp Believes Courses In Asrl Asrlculture Agriculture Jrl Jrlcnlturc
culture In n the Secondary School SchoolWould S Sclruola SclruolaWould lu l lVouJd
Would Popularize Rural nurl LUcSug LifeSuggestlon Life LUcSugJcdlon Sus
KCfftlon Made to Confine Pure PureScience PureScIence
Science to the Universities UnheraltlCIIit
it itSJXCial ±
Spccitl w ThTw ne 1Y Wiig B HenOd HenOdCharlottesvlllefaiNAv IIIILCJiarlott HeraldCharotteri
CharlottesvlllefaiNAv CJiarlott Charotteri Smefi eltRv v 3L Si The The confer eoner eonerence Conference
ence on secondary education eduCIl Ion in the South Southclosed Southclosed Southclosed
closed V Onlcht to > night after 8 session brimful brimfulof
of profound and a lively discussion dlseusstona dk cusstour and andthe andthe andthe
the majority ma jolty of educators left for theirhomes their theirhomes tb8lrhometl
homes homesScience hometlScIence homesScience
Science in the high schools and agen agencles agencies agenctes
cles and methods ds of training highschoolteachers highschool highschoolteachers hipschoolteachers
teachers were the last topics discussed discussedPresident discussedPr
President Pr ldent Venable of the University Unvorstt of oCNorth ofNorth
North Carolina does not believe pure purescience puretdencp purescience
science should mouW be taught ught in 1ft the high highschools hlP1schqols hthechgole
schools and hIS opinion was in 11 the themalia
main concurred in by President Brawn BrawnAyres Nwn NwnAyra
Ayres of o the e University JJJdv ty of Tennessee TennesseeSchools TeeeScJ10 TeaneeeeeScrools
Schools ScJ10 i8 Should Sh uJd Prepare for Life lAtcProfs IfteProfs LifeProfs
Profs Claxten of the University of ofTennessee orTenneuee ofTenneesee
Tennessee and nd Heck Heck of cftJte the University Universityoi
of Virginia spoke of ot the proper r pcr ngfcncfe ngfcncfeand RSce RScean agbaciesand
and an < methods of tra1n training highschool highschoolteaehers hlhsdtoolteachers highschoolteashers
teachers They took the ground that the thehigh 11Mhigh thehigh
high school was not simply slmpl a a coaching coachingplace coacllbl coacllblpla coacbingplace
place pla e for the colleges but a school for forpreparation torpreparation forpreparation
preparation for life lifeThe UCeThe lifeThe
The chief address was as that of Dr DrJnan Sea Seaman a aman
man Jnan A Knapp of Lake Charles Charlesdemonstrator A Adp Ladetponstrator
demonstrator dp onSlrator of agricultural work tt brk Iq the theSoqthern tJaeSoqthern theSoythern
Soqthern States His EJ tbpte was Was ShaUAgriculture Shall ShallAgriculture ShallAgriculture
Agriculture B De Taught in the Secondary SteOftduySchools
Schools of th the United States He Hetouchfd lietouched
touched upon the rapid aggregation of ormuplclpal ofmupicIpal
municipal wealth as compared with that thatof thator thatof
of the rural communities communlt and the rapid rapidtransfer rapidtmn
tmn transfer rer of national Uoool influence e and pollti pouuatl poUticul
cal j ptlwer p > ower finpm rom the Iramemaking maklnS democ democracy democracy democracy ¬
racy racy of the rural domains and found the thagravest th8gravest
gravest danger Sri the almost ualxtusriirempval uafversai uafversairemoval urlJttlSttlrt
removal rt > moal of thf leaders l of men and andthe andthecaptaifiS thecaptains the
captains of Industry fndt1 tiy from the country to tothe toth tothe
the th city Cltya a condition Q which in his n bpi pIn pInJon
ion ion cripples the country and lowers its Itscf itscivilisation
civilisationWould cf civilisation viUsaUonVonld
Would Make UnJ c Pnrmiti Frtriurrijr Popular POljulorHe PoiiulnrHe
He said saJdlt it was hoped ped that a correction correctionof
of these th unfortunate e tendencies would be beaccompltsh beaccomplished
accomplished by the study of agriculture agrteulturein
in the higJi school believing that Instruc IMtructlo1 inatruction
tlon in agriculture will promote and foe tee teeter foeter
ter and possibly create a love for the thesoil tMsoil thesoil
soil and the things it produces and turn turnthe turnthe turnthe
the pupil to the th life on the farm farmDr farDlDr farmDr
Dr Knapps experience was that thatsuperior th the the5u
superior 5u rlor and successful farmers are uni universally VIIIversallr unlvernally
vernally good business men and generally generallygraduates e generallygraduates eraUy eraUygraduates
graduates of the common schools He Hecould Hecould
could not recall of single graduate T84ht of an anagricultural aaagrkulturnl anagricultural
agricultural coilege or uirfvaisity in the theflrst tlM11m thefirst
first rank rankCEEDITOES rankCREDITORS
T f
CREDITORS SEE 26 PER CENT CENTDefunct OENTDefunct CENTk
k
r
Defunct XevrportXeivs Newport News BnnlcIInK Bank 1na but butlliOi bntlium
lliOi Assets in Sight SightSpecial SIgl1tSpeeial SightSpecial
Special to The Washington Herald XeraJd1wport BarredNewport i iNewport
Newport News Va Va Nov M tIrudg tIrudgJohn 1 LJudgJohn Judg JudgJohn e
John H IngrfVn IR of ft Richmond Rich arrived arrivedhere arrivedhere rrlved rrlvedhere
here this morning to hear argument on onthe onthe onthe
the demurrer in the case of the depositors depositorsagainst deIMMItorsagainst I Iagainst
against the defunct Newport News Sav Savings SavIngs Savings ¬
ings Bank the president of which Irwin IrwinTucker I11lnI
I Tucker > r recently committed suicide Ar Argunient Arguent Argutgent
gunient was not concluded when w ea court courtjoumed adoar ad adjourned
journed journedHon joumed joumedHop oar ned nedHop
Hop AC A A CBmrtf c BMt Bmxtonof n of f Stsumtoa and andCaptCC aMCaptC a aCopt
CaptCC CaptC Copt 1 C C Berkley of this city repr reprsent repre represent represtnt e ¬
sent the depositors p Nllters Representing Rep QHletiag the thedifferent thedUCert t tdifferent
different dUCert > nt defendants who w were re at one onetime ODetimt outtime e
time or another dfreojtor of the th detuecbank defunct defunctbank futtcl futtclhank t
bank are a R < C 5 Blckford J Win WinRead Winston WinstonRead Wln8tOnRtad ci0a
Read C AyleU lIett Asfcby Aarlib R M LettO LU 0 D DBatchelor DBatcnelor
Batchelor T C C Phillips Phi pipe of this city W tVH Y YH
H White of Norfolk Mr Pulliant of ofManchester ofanehe8ter o oManchester f
Manchester anehe8ter and S Gordon Cummings o oHampton of ofHampton oCHampton f
Hampton HamptonSpecial HamptonSpecial 5 5Special
Special CoiM CoMmtaowner CoiIN4 net C C Mitchell Mitchellwho Mitchellwhu MitchelLwho
who was apnoirittMT apAe1dt by by Judge Barhanj to toJmestigate toJmestigate t tinvestigate °
Jmestigate and maji nke a report to the thecourt thecnurt th thcourt I
court on the condition of the banks hank af afftirs aftaira offtirs
ftirs will present his report this afternoon after afternoon afternOln J
noon It shows that the total indebted Jndebtocll1S
ness l1S of the t tiro bank on May If amounted aJllOUUhld to tootiMSO
otiMSO otiMSOdlvideJld 4 w 130 >
A 1 dividend of I + per cent is recom 1eC6InllItndfd reCamiurnded
mended which woaM amount to ftl3lt87 WJ9937leving
leaving 1 i4 vIng a balance due of JW18243 Of Ofthis Ofthis 0 0this
this balance onjy a small amount Is ex expcted
pcted p cted to be met by the resources of ofbank the thebank
bank yet to be utilized utilizedEDITOE utilizedEDITOR utilizedEDITOR
EDITOR INVITES INVItES t THRASHING THEASHINGnmcM T ASHING ASHINGnmCM
hones nmcM Time and Place to Have SnsDense Sns SnsNorfolk SnsIterUle
Dense OerPollcc Prevent ItNorfolk It ItXorolk
Norfolk Va Vat Nov atSomewhat 34 Somewhat of a astir aflUr I IMir
stir was created In Norfolk toflay to ay by byunusual the theiiiiiiBual theunusual
unusual appearance of p an anopen open letter die distributed dw dwtriltuted dietributed ¬
tributed in cafes eaf s hotels hotdUl bot and other public publicplaces pubttcplaet4 pu Dil C Cplaces
places inviting Invttln pUblte chastisement chastisementIt
It was addressed to William WlIlla W Dey Deycommissioner Deyommililsloner Deyeommiasloner
commissioner of revenue of Norfolk Norfolk and andis andIs a nd iii iiiaigned 1
is signed by W O Saunders editor of ofthe oCthe o othe f
the Muck Rake a free lance publication publicationDey pubileaUonl publication1ky
Dey l threatened to thrash Saunders the thefirst theftr e
ftr first t time he might m find him in hi a public publicplace publcplac pubUplace c
place plac In the letter Saunders advfeed advised cl De Dethat Dey Deythat Deythat y
that he would oulet be at t a certain place on onMainslreetat onMain o oMainstreetat n
Mainslreetat Main slref > tat 138 oclock this afternoon te tehave tohavc t thave e
have the agony ever but the policeSaunders police placed placedSaunders placedSaul1dtrs
Saunders under lurat arrest and when bailed bailedit balledit bat batt
it t was arranged to U > keep him ett eg < Main Mainstreet alastrett Malistreet
street streetA strettA streetA
A throng of C nepple pe ple collected at t tha thastated th85tattd th thi i
stated time andpUee tp await develop developments ctevelopDlentJs dtvelo dtvelotent i p ¬
tent mentsKOTED DlentJsNOTED tentNOTED
NOTED PACKET IN DECAYRentnfns DECAY DECAYReran DECAYReDlRfIlIJ
Reran ReDlRfIlIJ ins of Stonewall Jncljuon JncljuonCarried J Jnckso JncksoCatFriedgn cJlIIon cJlIIonClrIQd9U n L
Carried ClrIQd9U 911 It to Lexington LexingtonSpecial I LexingtonSpecial XfnJtQnpedal <
Special to TW WMhtagto w IfenU IfenULynohburg UftIIldInehburg IealdLynchburg
Lynchburg Va y Nov W 3qThe The packet packetboat packetboat packeboat t
boat which hlch carried the remains r JftSc ns of ptStpnewall Gen GenStpnewair GenStonewall i
Stonewall Jackson from Lynchburg LynchburgLexington to toI toI i
I Lexington xlngton the Anal resting place over overthe overthe o othe vet
the old James River and Kanawha Canal Canalwhich Canalwhich Canawhich 1
which was built in the Richmond yard in in1S6I In1S61 f n i
1S6I Is standing today to day on the bankthe bank of ofthe ofthe f
the old canal anallnthls Inthls to this city cttyHlhg being used dally dallyan dallyAlii dal dalas y f
an the home of several ev ral1ertlOftS persons who have havelived haveHe ha halived ve
lived He in it for yearsFor years yearsFor yearF
For F lr < more than tha a quarter of a century centurythe eent1l1the eentu eentuthe ry f
the old boat has stood on the bank ofIn of the thecanal ueat1aJ f
canal analinto In plain view of persons coming comingInto comlagInt combo g 5
Into Int the city on both the Southern and andChesepeake dChe8eJ an anCheaepeake 1
Chesepeake Che8eJ Mke > and Ohio railways raflwYLGiecu railwaysGiven MilwayGhtn
Given Five Years for Killing UlInA Son SonHarrisonburs SonHarri1iOnb SanHarrisonburg
Harrisonburs Harri1iOnb Va Nov 31 34laced Israel Mon Mongold Moegold Q Qgold
gold aged ag d seventy Rv nty years was this even evenIng evenIng evening
Ing convicted ot o manslaughter UIbter for kill killing Jdlllng killing ¬
ing his son son Casper in Brocks Gap last lastAugust taetA lastAugrst
August A uglst The jury fixed xfdhla his punishment punishmentat t
at Ave years In n the penitentiary Mon Mongol 1100gold Mongold ¬
gol gold shot his hl eighteenyearold son w whad who whohad whohad ho
had thrown a stick at the old man manstruck and andstruck andstruck
struck him on the foot The principal principalwitnfe principalwitri prinel prinelwittsa pa l
witnfe witri against 8sal t the accused wevR were wer his histhree Illsthr hi hithree s
three thr sons son whose ages range from eleven elevento elevento eleveto n
to eighteen Igh ft years none of whom could couldread couldread eon eonread I d
read or write or r had ever boon out of the themountains themountains t tmountain
mountains before their brothers murder murderIfnngH murderUnnrs murderlinngs
IfnngH Herself JI < r elf to a Rafter RafterHarrlsonburg Rnft RafterHarrisonburg < J JH
Harrlsonburg H rrl8Oftburg Va Va Nov Nov W t1Mrs Mrs Lizzie LizzieLinhoss LizzieLlnhoss Llzz LlzzLinhoss to toni
Linhoss aged sixty years wife of Adam AdamLInhoss Adan1Llnhoas Ada AdaLinhoss ni
LInhoss of Dayton comitted suicide sukideher at ather ather
atg
her borne near that place this morning morningin mornltJ mornltJIn mornlnin g
in an outbuilding by hanging nS herself She Shewas ShewaR Sit Sitwas
was found hanging haDgt by a rope from fromrafters the therafters therafters
rafters of the outbuilding thuildtng Mrs Llnhoey Llnhoeywas LI LIwas Liwas ahoy
was a member of a well known family Jn JnRockinghtim tnRocktqham i iRockfegham n
Rockinghtim County Countyf
f
RUSH TOBACCO TOBACCO TO DANVILLE DAJTVILLEThree DANVILLE DANVILLEThrce
Three 3IIUfon Pound DInpoHeil Dl j10JlCed of in inFniit InnMt inPnst
Fniit nMt Week at ntGootl Good Prices Pricesgf PrJ Pricesij3 < e el
gf > ai41 fel l to to11M lfc Washington WIh1B llprai llpraiDanville Herald HeraldDanville nehiJl nehiJlDaavJUe
Danville Va Nov 24 24Tha The tobacco tobaccosales tobtlocoMlea tabltoaogale3
sales on on the Danville tobacco market market for torthft forw forthe
the w past week eGk have h been unparalleled in inthe Inthe Inthe
the the history of Danville which is the thegreatest th thgrfllWNt ihstreatert
greatest loose leaf tobacco market m rkot in the theworld theworld theworld
world worldOver 5
5
Over 8 3eoolOO QIOO pounds of tobacco tob cco were weresold woroIIOId woresold
sold at public auction during tha six sx days daysand dRYSand daysand
and to toaaompillsh accomplish this three thr silts salesa a a day daywore daywere daywere
were necessary at th the various rlous ware warehouaae wareno Svarehonreti
houaae no On Wednesday Thursday and andFriday andFrltlay andFriday
Friday the sales were blocked and nd on onaccount o oaccount onaoeount
account account i of ofdat1cnfiss darkness the auctioneer woreforced wore wereforrod worefoJCodW
forced f foJCodW to stop st p and and wait till the following followingday fonowingday followingday
day dayProin
dayFrom
From miles mU and miles mll around tobaccohas tobacco tobaccohas toba eo eobas
has been pouring in and to accommodate accommodatethe accommodatetbe
ti the tbe trade trade the corps of clocks at the ware wareh war8It wareheusle
h heusle usae have been forced to work nearly nearlytwenQfour nrlytwen nearlytwontfont
t twenQfour twen our hours a day da daThe
The banks to accommodate aCC mmod to the farm farraors flirmQlS farms
ors or s have opened up for business on the thewarehouse tk tkwarebouse theWarehouse
warehouse loots to cash the checks checksPrices clMcksPrIces
Prices nave have ruled firm rm all the week we ok and Andin
fn many mAny grades a good Increase Incr has been beennoted beennoted
noted notedSTART notedSTART notedTART
J START S TART GOOD ROADS MOVE MOVEAlesanaria MOVEAlexandria MOVElexandria
r1 Alexandria Alesanaria A A County to Issue Bonds Bondsfor Bandsfor I Ifor
for Projeot ProjectCommittee ProjeotOommlttce
c Committee tiny Jln He Named to Curry CurryOni Oarr OarrOut CurryOut
Out Plan PlanTo To InvcwtlRnie In Invc < > tlgnte GlmrjyeM GlmrjyeMA CbnrJelASninlSt Char es esAgainst
A Against ninnt Policeman Robert RobertiiWASHINGTON RobertWSJUNGTON
WASHINGTON HERALD UUKLt BUKSAU BUKSAUlleO BUKKAUJ U Ulid
lid J II TeteKkoo T TO TOOKMT m0NMr 111tleraer
OKMT ot 1riwee grad It n1 r I enacts StrcMAlexandria S enactsAlexandria
I Alexandria AlenutclrtaVIL Ara Nov SI lA A movemen movemenhas movement movementhas mov8lftefttku t
has been started in Alexandria County Countylooking CountylookIng Countylooking
1 looking < to theiseuance t1i the JeUnrit of bonds secured securedby securedy d db
b by y the tI county for the purpose of placing placingthe placingthe e I It1M
t the public roads road In first class c1 ss condition conditionand C conditionand ftdltlon j jand
and for providing R general system of ofhighways ofighways I
highways h It is suggested that a com committee committee eo > a amlitee ¬
R mittee be appointed either by the board boardot boardof
I of supervisors or by a special meeting m Gt1ng of o oitizens f
Cltlz c citizens ns to determine the amount of oCmo o ona f
n money mo na or oryv yv necessary neces ary to carry out the plan planFurtwmote planItrri
Itrri Furthermore teatnote it is proposed that after afterthl afte aftehis r
t this his preliminary step has been taken a aWII
b Mil providing pro for the bonding of the thecounty Utacounty tb tbcounty e
c county and specifying an equitable die distribution dlstrlb dietribatiofl
t tribution trlb tlon of o the funds be drawn dra n for pressatation pre prcmentation prewataUon
mentation ssatation to the l State legislature Those Thosebehlrfd ThobebhfcI Thombeblmld
b behlrfd the movement point out the theof need needof IMedol
o of improvement in n the public highways highwaysand Id hwtl8 hwtl8aJMI
a and assert a that this can be accomplished accomplishedonly aeoompll acoornplfaOnly lM4
I 0 only by b the issuance of bonds bondsPoliceman iPollcemnn bendsPoliceman
Policeman Under Fire FireCharges FireCharga
Charges preferred by three citizens citizensagainst cltbeftsaollUit citiaenagainst s
a against Officer O 1oer John T Roberts alleging allegingthat allegtagthat alegtn alegtnthat t
that he subjected them to harsh and ancII andpeoeaisnry utt uttry
peoeaisnry 1 ry treatment while they were tem temporarily tetWporarUy ternporarily ¬
porarily confined in the station sta lion house nouein homefew a afew
few nights ago will 1 b be > e investigated iaveetfgatedMayor by
Mayor Pa Pate ft tomorrow evening at 8 8oclock Sclock I Iectoek
oclock clock The investigation was requested requestedby request requestby ed edbe
by the accused poiceman who will 111 be berepreeenetd berepref9oetd hErepreeemetd
repreeenetd at the hearing by b Attorney Attorneyobinson
Robinson R Moncure Officer Roberts Robertsus m name namehas an e
has b us been prominently mentioned for forpoeltlon the theposition theItton e
position Itton of second lieutenant of o the force forceWill forceHI
Will iTill HI Select Minister MliilntcrA InllttcrA
A congregational meeting meetlu will be held heldtomorrow heWtomorrow he hetomorrow
tomorrow morning m at the Second Pres Presbyterian Pn61ttertu Presbyterlan ¬
byterian Church at 11 oclock for tb tbpurpose the thepurpose Utepurpose e
purpose of extending tendlns a call to some min minister mlnWer mfglater ¬
later to the pastorate pa torate For nearly a a4ear I Iear
S 3 4ear < ear the church has been without wtt 8Ut a raguMer reg regMiss regtlar
tlar Miss heater pasterTJmnksgiving pest pestChaHkagfrlng heaterThanksglving
f
TJmnksgiving services in whioh t theal the thelocal
local JoeaJ congregations tlOIHI of the Mathedt 1Iet Methodist dts l the theBaptist tINBftpUat
Baptist and the Presbyterian denemMa denemMatJoas dsnomma deno
Uong 00 wilt unite nlte will be held next Thurs Thursday Tlnrrsday
day morning in the Methodist t Protestant I rotestsa
Church The sermon will 1U be delivered by byRev byJtev b y
Rev Jtev Dr W F Fisher pastor e of the theFirst theFirat th thirst e
I First F irst Baptist Church and the pastors o of ofthe ofthe ef f
the other churches participating will take takepart takelart tak e j
part ia the services A feature of the theexercises theexerelMs tb tbexercises e >
exercises will be a collection for the thebenefit theIteneAt Ili IlibeneAi a J
benefit of the Alexandria AI r1a Hospital HOfIPI HospitalOcaoq I ITIM
The Oceoauan Ocaoq oan Stone and Lumber Com Company CoAlpan iotapony
pony pan incorporated of Occoquan has Iaa been beeafnted 1
granted < a charter by the State Stat corpora corporation corporatlen corporatier ¬
l tier commission e The purpose of the com eontpany canuny
J pany p uny is > s to conduct a stone and lumber lumberbusiness lumberbUfll lurobebusixeos T
i business bUfll The sum of ia ftMQ i10 is given giventhe as asthe asthe j
l the capital stock The officers are R RHOK O OHolt OHolt
J Holt president and C K Holt seere seeretary secretary seer seertart
tary both of Lorton Valley and Jesse JesseMilts JamMill se seJn e B
3 Milts Mill Jn of OecoquaH vice president and amigeneral andgeneral a aeneral
I general g eneral manager managerRev mana managerRev r rR4w
Rev Father William wnlta L SalHvaa Sltt C CP CP S s sP >
P of o St St Thomas T JJu College Cell Brookland Brooklandi DmeklaJMD Brook BrookD t
i D > C will m deliver the sermon serlllROrow serlllROrowg tomorrow tomorrowveninc w v
e veninc g at IM 11 at the special vas vasrefriees vesper vesperservfew VIervleM Aar f
servfew at St St Marys Catholic Church Churchthe ouretaUN Chumthe h L
the third of a series under the auspice auapcesof auspiceof ve veol 3
of the Panitst Fathers of the Apostolic ApostolicMteak Apostolicn C
J
Mteak i4leaion > n House Brookland The subject subjectof sube subeof ct 1
of the sermon will 111 be Charity CharityPotomac CharityPotomac
Potomac Lodge No M I O O F hold holda het d da
a called meeting this evening in Odd Fel Fe
lows Hall on North Columbus street air airwhen trt trtben
when ben an official visitation was made to tothe tothe t tthe e
the lodge by Roland E Chase grand graJldJfta8ter gift nd i
master of the grand lodge of Virginia VirginiaMembers lL lLMembeni >
Members of other lodges were present presentCTJLPEPEE prOientCULPEPER
CULPEPER MAY GET SCHOOL SCHOOLChnrcli SCHOOLChnrch
Church Trustees Shortly Shortl to Decide Decideon Decidon e
on Location of IVomnnp omnnrt College CollegeSiwcM CollcgeSpedal CollegeSiedal
SiwcM to Tb The WMMagton W Herald UwCulpeper lierakiCulpeper
Culpeper Va Nov No S4 tIt It Is now nowthought nowUought no w
thought to be definitely deft nttel settled that the theadditional tbed4IltJonal t he
womans school to be estab established tIlbIlsfted enta entahaired ¬
haired as another link In the large sys system systelft ryttern s ¬
tem of RandolphMacon schools will willlocated be belocated DeJocated 8
located here on the forty acres of land landwJdoh la 1
which was lately donated to the board beardtrustees of oftrustees oftMe8tHS f
trustees of the Methodist Church In V Vpinta Vir Virginia Virj1 r ¬
ginia j1 as an inducement for for the school hool to tQcome v
come to Culpeper CulpeperThe
The Methodist Church in its late eta Stat State Stateeonrerence is isnd
conference accepted this donation of land landand a nd
and ncI referred the entire en lire subject by reeo reeoration reeoluttoft r ego egooral
ration In all Its details detail to its gas general reneral1tor4 oral 1
board of trustees trust of which ss hlch Prof ZYIUk William WUllamWqgb m 11
Wattgh Smith Itb te president This board of oftruatee1i ° f
trustees is soon to meet to settle the mat matter m t ttel
ter of location JoeaUenJr
Mrs Jr Rertle ertle Grim Passes l > n8f1CII Array torn tornsQrtial 10 10Sprda1
Sprcfel to TIle Wanbtostm tveeld lea HwM 11 11Vlaeter
Winchester Va Nev No 34 3t11rs f1 Mrs irs Bert BertVirgai Bertie BerUeVlr1 Se e
Virginia Vlr1 fA = Grim wife of Charles Grim died diedtoday diede1ay d dtoday Q
today e1ay after a long illness aged six sixone sixty sixtyone 81xone u
one years She is survived by her hus husband h hband us usband ¬
band four sons son sonsPrank Frank Sdward Clar Clarwce ClaraDd Cla
once and Hugh HJ h Grim Grhland and two daughters daughtersMiss daughtersMiss daughieMiss rrs
Miss Hattie Grim and Mrs Mary CT CTpenter Carpenterall Ca Cagenteaall r
penter penterall all 4 of > f this city citylloclcville ttyUoelnllJe
lloclcville Boy Injures Eye EyeSpecial ETCSpedal Eyeikerdel
Special to The WubtagtOH WubiDK Herald Ilenucnockvilie L LRockvtlle
Rockville lId Nor M iThomas Thomas the thqyoung theu ti ie
young u son of Rev and Mrs Thomas theH H HCampbell HCaDtpbe1I I ieI
Campbell of this place while playing playingtoday pIIl1ngtoda3 playa ng > g
today ran a point of o an umbrella into intoon InwOM in to
on OM of his eye eyes Dr George E E Lewis Lewistook Lewistook Le win Is
took the boy bo to Washington Whether the thechild thechUd t tchild he le
child will 111 loose his eye is not yet known knownAlways knowRAlways knowsAlways
Always the same sameTharps sameTharps
Tharps arps Pure PureU2 PureBerkeley
Berkeley Rye RyeU2 Ry
U2 F St N W Phone Main n 1141 1141Special 1141Speci
Special Speci Private Deliver Delivery DeliveryJ
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FORT F ORT A COW PASTURE PASTUREBaltimore PASTUREBaltinlore PASTURE0ie
Baltimore Haltom 0ie Asks Asl Congressmen ConglCSSDICncto b bart
cto to Save S SFEAR aV Fort art McSenry McHenlJrFEAR Mtenr
FEAR CATTLE QUARANTINE QUARANTINElUnor QUARANTINEMayor
Mayor Tlnmnnn Sny Says Station Would WouldDesecrate VouIIIDccerntc VouldDesecrate
Desecrate Historic Reservation ReservationJIaryJnnd RC14crntionlUarJnnd ReservationMaryland
Maryland Militia Has Had Promise PrQmheof
of Ground GroundlJ mid May Jln Object to the tlicBureau theDnrenu theBureau
Bureau of Animal uhllnl Industry Plan PlanS
S Speefel eial 1 t s The WuMHctoB W Heald lleradBaltimore HealdBaltimore I aW
Baltimore Md Nov No 31 RLMayor Mayor Tim Timanus Tlmanus Timnus
R anus nus appealed this aftornoon to Congress Congrossmen Congressmen
men Wachter G Gill l and Mudd to use their th theirinfluence lr lrInSluence
influence at Washington In order to pro provent provent
v vent v ent Fort McHenry being turnod Into a alivestock 0livestock avestock
1 livestock li vestock quarantine station stattonIaor stationMayor
Mayor Iaor Timanus is much exercised ovor ovorthe ovorthe
the prospect of o the historic fort being beingconverted beingeonverted beingconverted
converted into what IM I terms t rm such base baseuses baseus baseuses
uses and proposes fl8s to do all in his power powerto powerto
to avert the calamity calamityTfort calamityPort calamityFort
Port McHenry is one of the historic historiclandmarks historichudrnarks
landmarks of Baltimore said lid the mayor maortoda mayortoday
today toda Every Baltimorean takes a por porsonal porrkle potI
sonal pride rkle in n it ftand and every visitor to the thooIty thecity
city wishes l he to see it ft Being virtually tho thobirthplace therthplace
birthplace bi rthplace of The Th StarSpangled Ban Banner BanRer Banner
ner it holds a unique place in the tb9 af a afeetfons affections
fections of millions lIIton of Americans Toturn To Toturn
turn it into a cattl cattle quarantine station stationwoukl stationwould
would be beft n desecration de desecrationMayor eeratlonMayor
Mayor Timanus has long believed that thatIt thatthe
if the army abandoned the fort as a tog roJular togakr
ular l r post the government should turnit turn turnit turnIt
it over t to the city of Baltimore for a apArk
park pArkPrombeel
Promised to < o Maryland Militia MilitiaIronrisod IIJftlnl
l Promised > to Maryland lnrlnncI Militia JI1I1tJnAa
As the matter stands at present pre nt It ItIcoks 1t1cok Itkoks
Icoks 1cok as if the quarantine officials will wUlI
have to get the permission 1J000rniSfiJ 1011 of the Mary Maryland ltaryland tifaryland
I land National N atkmal Guard before they can canget canget
g get a portion of the fort for a station stationTha
I i The fort has been practically promised promisedto
n to the State militia after March 31 next nextand next nextancl nextsad
a and it is reported rQport that when whe the Buroau BuroauoC
0 of Animal Industry asked for the third thirdtime thirdthIN
t time ti me for a portion p rUon of the fort the lYa War ValDepartment
Department advised it that it would be benecessary beneeeSMry b bnecessary e
necessary to take the matter up with withthe withthe
the Maryland State authorities authoritiesDr autltorltlesDr authoritiesDr
Dr Hickman chief of the th bureau has hasmade hasJd8
made a visit to Baltimore and looked lookodover
over o ver the tb fort fort and has gone oven so far tara fa r
as to have a part of it surveyed It S Salso ia isatH a
also understood that he has taken up the thematter thematter e
matter of the use of 9 a part of the fort tortth for t
with w ith th Adjt Gen Clinton L Rigs but butUtat
that nothing definite has been decided decidedCon decideduCOV
uCOV Con Lot Idea In Defeated D DefeatedYhi < fented fentede
WWJe Yhi e Mayor Timanus and nuraerouother numerous numerousother numerousother s
other citizens cltt are areoUtl loud In protest against agaJNitnS
using nS the fort fora ft tor r a cow lot lot the propo
sltion finds II a supporter suppor r in J M 1 Lawford Lawfordwho r Lttwfordwho rord rordwho
who said kI today totiayPeople
People should > understand that the na nature
t ture of the proposed quarantine would b be beAJ
an attractive one The animals imported importedare Import ed
are of a high hlr class and particularly in Intere faterestias
terestiog tere ttog to any anyone one wbe likes live stock stockThere stockThere stockThere
There would be no danger of o disease from fromthem fromt fro frohem m
them t t I have Ita ve never heard of a single dieease die disease dlaM ¬
ease reported from the present quaran quarantine quarantine
tine station wtych w tJch ch I paw very often I IwouW Iwould
would rather ratbet YU chit a quarantine station stationwhere Statlonwhee stabs n In
where such aiAnals a Is as Belgian horses horsesSouthdown horseSsutladowa
Southdown sbeJp and Jersey e er ttlc ve veoonandd air airoenilnel 1 1RAaed e
oonandd RAaed than I x wotrid O a live stock show showat 5 how howt r rat
at t Pimlfeo PimlfeoThe PfralieoThe H I ITIN
The fort to die one that prevented the thecapture the thecapture t
capture of Baltimore by the British In Inthe ix ixthe
j the war of MK 3 It is g to be abandoned on
March Iareh 21 21WANTS IIWANTS i
WANTS HIS HARRIED CHILD OHILDFntltor
Fathor of Baltimore Girl Seek Her HerIiy Herh ic t
Iiy h Habean Cornea Writ rlt rltSpeeW
SfxcW to The tie WMhfectoB w llenUBaltimore JIenIlLBaIUmore llenU
Baltimore Nov 4FolIolng 24 Following the an announcement IUIDOUneeJIKnt ann0aneeraeflt ¬
nouncement of the marriage of Annie 1C 1CTargarona DTarprona IgTar
Targarona Tar < rtroaa fourteen years old to Arthur ArtllrI r
J Frost Wednesday ednMdy proceedings were werebrought werebrought war warbrought e
brought in the t Superior Court today toda by 0 0ber
j her father Peter Targarona He desires desiresto dealt es
to set s t the th custody of a < the child by a writ writof wrl t
of habeas corpus and next Tu Tumorales Tuesday Tuesdaymorning Tue da3 da3morning r I
morning has been set for the hearing by b y r
Judge < SteckbridgeMr Stockbridge
I Mr Targarona after consulting Justice JusticeLoden JusticeLoden JustIcLoden e t
Loden at the Western eatem police station to today toda today ¬
day da went to the States attorneys cilia office officewhere officewhere
where he was Was informed that no crfminaproceedings criminal crimInaleHlng 1
proceedings eHlng could be brought against his hisdaU1 li1 I
daughter daU1 d ter because her mother Katharine KathllrlnftTarprou e
TargaroM argarosa who Is also known as Kai Kate KateCarey e
Carey < consented con entec1 to the ceremony coramn The Tiegirls e
girls mother procured the marriage II 11cejft 1 1cease
cense and her age was given as ftfte fifteen ficteonYCr
years yearsLEXINGTON ypmLEXINGTON
YCrLEXINGTON
LEXINGTON GIRL A BRIDE BKIDEMl BRIDEfJICH BRIDEMiss
Ml Miss fJICH > tH Margaret A Graham rand and Archi Archibald Arcltlbnlel ¬
bald Cameron Lee Are re Married Jlnrrlel1St
SjwcM see ei to Tb The Wtshtegi taerhiagla Herald HeraldLexington IIera1dLexington heraldLexington
Lexington Va Nov 24 J4Mlss Miss tierce Margaret tiercerat Iarga Iargarot ¬
ret Alexander Graham youngest daughter daughterof daughteof r
of the late Dr and Mrs John A A Graham Grahamof Grahamof
of Lexington was married this evening evenin eveninto g
to Archibald Cameron Lee of Charlotte CharlotteN Chariot t 1
N Cf C son of Mrs J Watkins Lee of ofAshland o oAskland oAshland f
Ashland Va The brides pastor Rev RevThompson RevTboPIM Re ReThompson v
Thompson B South SouUU of the Prosby Prosbyterian Prosbyterlan
terian church officiated officiatedThev o tclatedThe
The The ceremony r ny took i n1IICe > ace at G oclock oclockat oclockat oclockat
at the home of the th brides sister Mrs MrsN Irs IrsN
N B Tucker of Washington street The Thobride
bridegroom bride room received r his JtI education at the th
Virginia VJr n Military Institute and Washing
ton and Lee University He is s now en engaged enGaged
gaged In business bu lneM with headquarters In
Charlotte where the newlymarried newlymarriedcouple newlymarriedcouple newlymarriedcouple
couple will make their home homePAPER bomePAPER
PAPER BUYS COMPETITORS COMPETITORSlneJlctcr
Winchester New and JVcTrsItcm Ncw IteDl Ali A11IOrbell lb
norbed l by > y the Bvenlnj Star StarSs Stnrn
Ss eM to The e Warfrfngto H llera1cl llera1cl1Vlnciiter raW raWWinchester
Winchester Va Nov IThe ai The Evening EveningNewsItem EveningNewsItem EveningNewsItem
NewsItem and the Winchester News Newswere Newsr Newswere
were r sold today by b George F Norton to tothe tothe tothe
the Evening Star Publishing Company Com pan panCor
for a consideration of t 500 00 and their pub publication pubcation
lication will b be suspended December 1 1The 1The
The sale it is understood involvessimply Involves Involvessimply
simply the subscription sub list good will willand w1lllU1d willaril
and one press Mr 1r Norton retaining his hisJob hisjob
Job concern concernThe concernThe concernThe
The News New Is Winchesters oldest Demo Democmtkj Democrat
cmtkj crat ctxtlCwaekly weekly and the NewsItem Win WinChers Wlneners ZYInchers
Chers first daily dall being established in in1JK InUIi in111e
1JK The Evening Star by this transac transactlon transac transaction trnnsnctlon ¬
tlon is without a competitor in the local localfield localfield localfield
field
Favor Ship Subsidy Snb3hl > Dill DIUipeekl
Specfcl t t4t The Watest W1IIktta < w HmW I1enJdNewport
Newport News News Va Nov No 24 24The 24Thechamber The
chamber of c commerce mmerce has decided to send senda
a large 1ar e delegation to toV toWashington V Washington to the theapproaching theappronohlng theapproaching
approaching convention of the National NationalBoard NationalBoard NationalBeard
Board of f Trade with a view I w of securing
indorsement Indors ent of tliu 0 ship subsidy bill billMrs billMrs
Mrs 1111 Louisa V Dawson Daren on Is DeadBoyds Dead DeadBoyds DenlBuy
Boyds s Md Nov 24 tMrs Mrs Louisa V VDawson YDawson VRawson
Dawson died at a the home of her daugh daughter daughtor daughtar ¬
tar Mrs Arthur Arthur Williams near here herelast hereJ hereeat
last J eat t night of general debility aged ftg d seven seventysfx S6ontystx seventysix
tysfx years 811rs She was tho widow of ofJtmt ofJlmI341 ofJarinid
Jtmt JlmI341 M Etewson Dwsonr at one time aleading aleadingcltiielL a ae leading leadingcftlzen lng lngcruzen
cftlzen
c
UNION IDl ON STATION IS OPPOSED OPPOSEDB
B d O Official Do Not Favor Flanof Plan Planof PIonot
of Baltimore Dnlthu re Mayor MityonSpoettl lUnorSjMIAl Mayors
S Spoettl > ceml to The WMlrfngtoa Herald HmUBaltimore HraJdBaltimore HeraldBaltimore
Baltimore Md Nov 24Mayor Mayor Tlman Titnanus Tlmantis Tltnanus
tt us took steps today to bring to the Im Immediate immediate lmmediate ¬
mediate attention of the officials of the thevarious thevarious thevarious
various various railroads entering Baltimore tho thoplans thopions theplans
Tilb Til plans for a new Union station preparedby prepared preparedby prevaredby
b by Chief Chle Engineer Hendrick Blue printshowing pnntsshowing print printsshowing
si showing the location of the station nrrnngomont nr nrrangomont arrangoment
rangomont of train tr ln sheds and approaches approachesand
and other general details were secured so < ured by bythe bythe bythe
the mayor and copies of these will he besont hesont hescat
sont to representatives of the railroads railroadsOfficials railroadsOfficials railroadsOmelals
Officials of the Baltimore and Ohio do donot donot donot
n not look with favor on the plan as pro proposed proposed prosed ¬
posed po sed They point out that as Mr Hendrick Hen Hendrick Hendrick ¬
drick arranged the tracks the company companywould companywould companywould
TO would have to handle Its passenger busi business bUslncss business ¬
ness under great difficulty The sketch sketchprepared sketchpropctred sketchPrepared
prepared by b Mr Hondrick gives the Bal Baltimore BaltImore Baltimore ¬
timore and Ohio only two tracks andthe and andthe andthu
tj the Pennsylvania twice as manyThen man manThen many manyThen
Then too the cost of carrying out th thplan the theplan theplan e
P plan was advanced as one of the arguments argu arguments ftrgumeats ¬
n ments against it by one of the Baltimore Baltimoreand Baltimoreand Baltimoreand
and Ohio officials If He was of the th opin opinion oplnfon opinn ¬
ion io n that to acquire the necessary n ary propertand property propertyand propertyand Y
and erect a depot rearrange tracks tr cks 1 Rcas c cas
M as proposed by b Mr Hendriok would cos cosnot cost costnot costnot t
n not loss than > 10000000 10000000STATE 10 10STATE 10f109099STATE
STATE GETS MORE PICTURES PICTURESPortraits PICTURESportrnltH PICTURESortraits
Portraits P of Maryland Un aDtl Secretaries Sccr < tnrfelll of ofState ofStnte ofState t
State to Hurts in Capitol CapitolSpoctal CnpltolSpedal Capitolecial
Si Sp Spoctal ecial to The WMbtaRUM R HmM HmMAnnapolis n1ILAnnapolis IieratdAnnapolis
Annapolis Md Nov 54 IFollowing Following up upthe upthe upthe
tl the policy which bleh has been pursued since sincethe sincethu sincethe
t1 the beginning of his administration of ofcollecting oroollccUnr o ocollecting f
collecting < the portraits of former govern governors governors governocs ¬
o ors of Maryland and having them th m bungen hung hungon hungon
o on tho walls of the executive office at thState the theState th thState e
S State House Gov Warneld ar eld has instructed instructedCol InstructedCot InstructedCal
C Cot Oswald Tilghman secretary of state stateto statrto stateto
t to < collect photographs or engraved pot portraits 1 01traits pothalts ¬
ti traits of the former secretaries of o state stateIt ataten statee
It is desired de lred to have hav e th tbe thsecretarial e portraits of the thesecretaries theeeretarles th e
s secretaries smaller than the painted por portraits portraits pothalts ¬
ti traits of the former governors and they theywill thtyI theystill
I w will be hung beneath th UM paintings of the therespective there th threspective e
respective re plcUve governors under whom the secretarles sec secretaries HCrttano ¬
r retaries served servedThe aervedThe servedThe
The first r t secretary in IMS l3 i was John JohnCnlllreth WCnlbreth W WCulbreth
C Culbreth Many of the former secretaries secretariesarc secreaayre lei
arc a re still living and there ther will be no dif fitfkulty difficulty dtfcuUy ¬
J ficulty m In prxntrtng pt CUring the pictures but of ofthe ofthe a athe t
the deportee ones It if S requested trelatives that thatrelatives t trelaUva hat
relatives or friends present e copy to the theState thtStat theState
g State Stat for the collection collectionROBERT eo collectionROBERT ecUon ecUonROBERT
j ROBERT F DODSON A SUICIDE SUICIDEWa SUICIDETn
T Wa W Tn as Once n Judge of Orphans Court Courtin CourtIn
in Anne Arundel CountySyoaial County CountySped CountSpeeial
gj Sped Speeial U t TW WaaMaete Wa W > 1eYeslea Herald HmhLAnnapolis HeraldAnnapolis w wAnnapotls
Annapolis Md Nov K stRobert Robert P FDedeorr PDedeon PDo6Ecm
Dedeon a prominent resident of Anne AnneArundel AaneArundel Annerundel
j Arundel A rundel County formerly a judge on the theOrphans theOrpltau
c Orphans O rphans Court bench and at one time timea Umen
a justice of o the peace committed suicide suicideat 8ulddat
at i his borne near Waterbury eight miles milesfrom mlleflfrom
f from fr < om Annapolis by shooting himself 1mHl in inthe illthe isthe
t the bead just above boye the ear Death was wasalmost wasalmost waslmost
almost a instantaneous He was 11 sixtyfive sixtyfiveyears slxtY sixtyRveyears ve veyrs
y years old ld Belief that h he was going ng in insane ¬
sane 0 it Is > s said impelled him I m to end his hislife hililite btelife
M life Mr Dodsons late life had been de devoted de devoted devoted ¬
T voted to school teaching A widow wldo andfive and andAve daYe
Ave children child survive him himA blmcolneklence himA
A coincidence connected with With the sui snlclde suicide suicide ¬
cide c is the fact that his brother John Job Hodson H HDodson HDocI8on
r Dodson D odson who was also 1IJo a school le Ool teacher teacherleft teacherleet
H left bite school one day and was never n vr vrs er erItfI
s amen n alive aU again Several months later at atlIeleton akeleton a askeleton
E skeleton believed to be that of Mr Dod Dodson Doclson Dodson ¬
son was found foundSYNDEHHAM foundSYNDENHAM
SYNDEHHAM M A LIFE SAVER SAYERteamship SAVEEStcnmnhlp SAVERStcnmftl11p
Stcnmnhlp S Ofllcer Hn lies Record of ofSavins ofSnnJ
Saving Three Drowning Men MenSfMctol Mento en enSpeIaI
SfMctol s to The Wwhtoetoo herald ItaaUNewport JhIaICNewpott
Newport News Va Nov tIt It de devetope4 de decee doy
vetope4 day y thai Chief O Qmeer t > acer cer Sowar SowarSywleaham s1as waxlj +
Sywleaham s of the British Drltt ll steaawhlp Meam Al Alleghany AIIe Al1e61uiny
leghany Ie haa who rescued Ms brother from fromrter fro frodoD fromowning
doD d owning IR mid oceaa ocean after rter a abaitmfk abaitmfkswim balfmile balfmileswim a1tmlleswim
swim in a terrific storm had previously previouslysaved prevJowityved
saved ved two t 10 other men from drowning drowningTea dronlagTea drowningTea
Tea years ears ago he rescued a fisherman nshermanin
in I n the harbor at Torboy England z d and andthree aDdthree andthree
three yean ago when be was second of oCleer ¬
leer of th this steamship eam bJp Marie he jumped jumpedoverboard jumpedoverboard jumpedverboard
overboard o and rescued a sailor who whofallen had hadfellen hadt
fallen t from his ship into the River RiverThames Rh RhTbIlmel Riverhames
Thames ThamesThe TbIlmelTIM T hames hamesThe
The entire city wlU unite m tit an appeal app PI al
for a Carnegie Car medal al for Mr tr Symlsn Symlsnbams SyJMltR1aaJII
L hams 1aaJII bravery braveryPHYSICIAN bravyPHYSICIAN braveryPHYSICIAN
PHYSICIAN TRIES TO DIE DIEVictim DffiIctlm
Victim V Ictlm of oflorphtne Morphine Habit HalJltp Dr Mc 1leCnrJtcr
Cnrffcr Attempts Suicide SnlclcIcSeedaI
I SfweW S emis to The WubteatM W lienld lienldHagerstown I IH 11ere1dIiagerstotvn
Hagerstown H enrtoWD Md Nov 3Dr Dr L D DMeCa
JMcCarsjer MeCa < ScCarer r for several veral years a practicing practicingphysician plllGtieingJ practicingpbysiclaa
physician J at t Cumberland lately a teN telegraph teNgraph taleraph
graph g raph operator rator at Baird station on the the1Vestem
Western Maryland Railroad Ird te ia 1 th the thepltAl boapetal boa hospital ¬
petal here suffering utrertn from an overdose o of ofdrugs ordrugs
drugs believed to have been taken with withsuicidal withsutddal
suicidal s intent intentHe IntentHe
He was found ia I a senlceaseious ccHUIeIou otate otatein alateIn eta etafn
j in the hallway ball of A A P Coaaers resl resldeuce resldence vealeuce
dence deuce d euce and nd was w removed to the t e police sta station ItaU piatios ¬
tion U This afternoon after ha had partly partlyrecovered 1MUtlyreconre4 partlyrecovered
recovered McCarger told the olllcera a apitiful apitiful S Spitiful
pitiful story storyAfter storyAfter scaryAfter
After graduating gnuluaUn from Ana nn Arbor Unl Unlvarsity Unierstt Ufllversify
varsity erstt he fell a victim to morphiawhich morphine morphinewhich morphInewhich e
which he has been using for the pas paseleven past pasteleven pasteln t
eleven years forty grains dally being beingthe beingthe bean beanthe g tg
the amount required now to satisfy him himIn himIn himIn
In McCarger a pocket was found a pos postal postal ¬
tal card addressed to a nurse at th thChaml the theChambersburg theCkambersburg e
Chambersburg Chaml > ersburg Hospital On the card Mc McCarger McCarger
Carger had written that he had com commltted commltt
mltted mltt suicide November 24 He asked askedthe ask askthe
the nurse to attend attt > nd his hi funeral
r 1 s
AT SLOANS GALLERIES TRADEMARK TRADEMARKJohn
1407 14 G Street Near Treasury Department DepartmentNEXT
1 r + b J 4 t H NEXT XrTw WEEK E mil millE
lE EG nRU nRUJohn L
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f o AUTHOR OF ORIENTAL RUGS SCRIBNERS SCRIBNERSI SCRIBNERSWill SCRIBNERSWill
I Will Offer at Public Sale Salejn SalejnThe in inf in inThe
f The Sloan Galleries no 1407 G streeAn stree StreetAn
1 1An
An Extraordinary Collection of ofASIATIC r < f j
1
ASIATIC FLOOR COVERINGS COVERINGSComprising a aComprising
o oComprising
Comprising more than 700 pieces representing practically every weaving district in Asia AsiaThe Asia AsiaThe
The collection presents AN IMMENSE RANGE of colors sizes shapes and textile qualities qualitiesOn qualitiesOn f
On Exhibition on MONDAY AND TUESDAY TUESDAYNOVEMBER TUESDAYNOVEMBER TUESDAYNOVEMBER
NOVEMBER 26 AND 27 27The 27The 27The
The sale will begin on WEDNESDAY morning morning and continue continue on FRI FRIDAY FRIDAY FRITUESDAY ¬
DAY NOV 30 omitting THANKSGIVING DAY and on MONDAY MONDAYTUESDAY MONDAYTUESDAY MONDAYand
TUESDAY TUESDAYDAY and WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 3d 3dr 4th and 5thf 5th 1906 1906with 1906w 1906th
with w withMr th th two sessions daily Mornings at 11 oclock Afternoons at 3 30 oclock oclockMr clock clockMr
Mr Mumford will be in attendance during the sale to answer any questions regarding the thorugs therugst therugs
rugs and on Tuesday afternoon the second exhibition day will deliver deliverA deliverA
A LECTURE ON RUGS RUGSTickets RUGSTick S V
Tickets Tick ts or Catalogues Will Be Mailed on Application to toC tor toC J
r
C G SLOAN CO 1 Auctioneers uctloneer sf 1407 G St +
j
LYNCHBURG TO EXPAND EXPANDBoard BXPA1illDonrd EXPANDt
Board BoardTrance t of Aldermen Concur in Ordi Ordinance Orellnance ¬
nance Bxteuding Bxten BxtcuelJ UHgr g City Limits LimitsSpecfcl IlmItHsIal Limitsspedal
Specfcl to The WuMastM w Waaiaef w HeraldLynchburg Herald HcwldLynchburg JIetddLynchburl
Lynchburg Va Nov W Z4By By a vote of ofI oft
I to 2 the board of aldermen have con concurred concurred concurred ¬
curred In the ordinance adopted by thecommon the thecommon theCOIDJIMNI
common council providing for Greater GreaterLynchburg GreaterLynchDurg GreaterLynchburg
Lynchburg thus insuring the extension extensionof
of the present prae t limits JlD u of the city during duringAside durInga
a Aside from the annexation of o a asmall aamaJl asmall
small portion of Rtvermont some five ftveyea fiveyears j jyears
years yea ago this is the Unit enlargement enlargementof
of the city Nmits t in tWrtyftve tlltzo ftye years yearsIt YearIt yearsIt
It is I believed that the city will have a apopulation Apopulation apopulation
population ia the next census of XOOQ XOOQwhich 000 000which xwhich
which would be an increase of 100 percent per percent peret
cent cent
DR I E ATKINSON IS DEADBaltimore DEAD DEADBaltimore DEADDn1tlmore
Baltimore Physician > Succumbs toAttack to toAttack tottnck
Attack ttnck of 1neumonln PncumoninOpeeiri 1neumonlnBaltimore > neuDlonlnIIae
Opeeiri t1 IIae Wa ioeten HaaIcI HaaIcIBaltimore HealdBaltimore
Baltimore Md Nov stDr Dr Isaac Ed Edmondeow EdftMJlui Edmoadeoa
mondeow ftMJlui Da Atkinson one of the most dis distinguished dlstmUlabed di8tingulshed ¬
tinguished physicians m In Baltimore BI timor and andwho andwho andwho
who was conceded to be the family doctor doc doctor doctor ¬
tor to more prominent households than thanany thnany thanany
any other physician in the city died to today to toclay today ¬
day at his h home M Cathedral street of ofpneumonia ofpnmoala ofp
p pneumonia tumoala He had been itt since Sunday SundayNovember SundayNOYem SundayNovember
November NOYem r 1L 1LAll 11All 1LAlt
All the ntemberstof oe Dr Atkinsons family fami family family ¬
ly were er with hint hi hh at the tit end his twomarried two twomarried twOrted
married rted daughters hawing s come on from fromBoston fromBoetoa fromBoston
Boston last Sunday SundayDr SundayDr
Dr Atkinson was w born in Baltimore on onJanuary onJanuary onJanuary
January 3 I 144C U4I 11 and was a son of the thelate thelate thelate
late James E E Atkinson who came here herefrom her herfrom herefrom
from the Eastern Shore and lived onPark on onPark onlJark
Park avenue He was educated in this thiscity thisIty thiscity
city < and graduated uated in medicine at the theUniversity theUnlvb
University of Maryland in 19 1 and hadbeen had hadbeen badbeen
been connected with the faculty fa u1ty of that thatinstitution thatiulitudon thatinstitution
institution for many 11III years being at the thetftoe th thdtIa8 thetime
time of his I a death emeritus professor oftherapeutics of oftherapeutics oCtherapeutic
therapeutics and clinical medicine medicineDK mecUclnDR medkfneDR
DR LEWIS MAKES REPORT KEPOETMontgomery REPORTJlontlomer REPORTMontgomery
Montgomery County Show 4 4Hirtlia 470 470Ulrths 170Births
Births Against m1 < UM DqnthH DqnthHSpeefcl DQnthSIIedaI Dgathst
Speefcl t to Tt TIae WMkiagUm iDIoa BamM BamMBayds HatfdBoyde 11I 11IBey
Bayds Bey e Md Nov 24 24Dr Dr William 4 illtam La Latane LataM Latan
taM tan rfewis of Kensington xmsm ton health officer oUicertM officerfor ofllcerfor
for Montgomery County has made a re report report report ¬
port to the secretary of tit the board of ofhealth orbftlth
health of Maryland of Ute conditions in inMontgomery inonlplDeIT inMontgomery
Montgomery onlplDeIT County for the past year yearwhich yearwhich yearwhich
which is very interesting interestingUntil Inte InteUaW lnterestiugUntil
Until Dr Lewis was as made health offi officer offleer ollicer ¬
cer a few years ago there was never a areliable areliable areliable
reliable record kept of the illness deaths deathsbirths deathsblrt deathsbirth
births blrt birth and general condition of o health in inthis inthis inthis
this county countyFor couatyFor countyFor
For the past twelve tw lve months he re report re reporta reporta ¬
port porta 4i m births 1ft 314 1 white itlte and 115 col colored colored ¬
ored m deaths II 331 = ti white wl t and IIS col colored color colored ¬
ored or The Th principal cauecfl ca of death were wereTuberculosis wereTuberculo8s wereTuberculosis
Tuberculosis 77 pneumonia 31 typhoid typhoidfever tpboIdrenr
fever 17 cancer 12 12Dr I IDr
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