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2 2 THE WASSINfrTONHEEAIiD WASKINnTON HERALD SATUEDAY SATURDAYJ JANUARY 26 190 1901
J Ja H JOHNSON DEAD DEADProl11illent DEAD
Prominent in Business and andPublic andPublic
Public Life of the City CityCOMMERCIAL CityCOMMEROIAL
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COMMERCIAL INTERESTS BIG BIGstaMlKhcd BIGEtnlIIHhctl
staMlKhcd JIntiml JI 1ntutI hlnl and Hygienic HygienicIce 1IglenleIce hygienicIce
Ice Companies COllllH1nlctiYnH TVn Vice Prci prclllelcnt prclllelcntfor lent lentfor
for a Time of the Lincoln National NationalBank NationalDnnl
Bank and Vns n Extensively Inter Interested Intercgtcc1 Intercted ¬
ested in Coal and nnelLUlllher Lumber Bu Business DUHlucHKJ ineMH ineMHJ
J Harrison on Johnson a prominent Wash WashIngtun YashIngton
Ington business man man died yesterday at athis atbls
his late residence 709 7 C street southwest southwestafter southweiltfifter
after a protracted m and lingering Ih < en g illness illnessSeven IIIftti1iSSeven
Seven years ago a last August A t while s MM MMiog rv rving
ing as chairman of the excise XC5e board he hewas heWas hewas
was taken ill at his hI office In the Dis District District
trict Building BulldI and was removed to his hishome hl5home h1 I
home H suffered a stroke of paralysis paralysisand paralysgand
and has been an invalid confined to his hishome hishome
home ever since Although his hi death deathwas d Ath Athwas L
dthi
was in a a meae mesbre measWe caused by this tb stroke strokeseven strokeeYen i
seven eYen ami a onehalf If years year ago a tb tM imme immediate e edlato ¬
diate caas caUM was was arterial aceteroste seeler Be Before Btt Bttfore ¬
fore his djmiee sl s Mr r Johnson was in a astate astate s
state of coma for two days He is the thethird thethIrd
third brother to die as a result of o1 par paralysis parabsis peralysis ¬
alysis alysisMr absisMr alysisMr
Mr Johnson comes of Ui the widely ldely known knownJohnson knownJohnson
Johnson family Interested in the coal and andwood andwoOd anlwood
wood business bu tnea In and around Washing Washington Washington rshln rshlnton ¬
ton The family is a large one and he is issurvived i8urvlved
survived by nve he brothers broth r two sisters his hiswife hiswife hiswife
wife M Isabella Wlmsatt two daughters daughtersGrace dau1htertlGrace laugIttersGrace
Grace M and Eleanor R and four boys boysOscar 08Oscar boysOscar
Oscar K L engaged en KeCI in the th lumber busi business bualness UI UInf ¬
ness nf S at Hockville Md It Harrison HArrl real realestate IMItstate
estate and president prtd nt of the South Wash Washington WaSh WaShIngton Washington ¬
ington Protective Association Dr Louis LottieA LouisA LouisA
A Johnson and Frank A Johnson real realestate realestate
estate in this city Hits brothers and andsister AMsiters andsisters
sister are a e A Geary Kidritige S of Bal Baltimore Baltimore Baltirnore ¬
timore MHton Itton W Cornelius CoraeU and Oliver OliverP OllYerP OliverP
P an Invalid as U the result of paralyst paralystand IMralyand
and Mrs A B CRselman and Mrs NI H HB HB
B B Simpstfh SimpstfhRequiem SimPMftUequlem Sim soh
Requiem Mns Mass lnHH Monday MondayRequiem Uomln UomlnRfquiem
Requiem mass over the remains will willbe vIIIbe I
be held in St Dominics Catholic Church Churchat Churchat L
at 10 oclock ocl ocl ck ck Monday OMaY morning mornl Rev RevFather RevFather
Father Hinch HInch pastor will officiate In Interment Interment ¬
terment will ill be made in Rock Creek Cem Cemetery Cemtr Cerntery ¬
etery tr tery Other details of the funeral have havenot havenot
not as ig yet been arranged arran but it is prote protest probabl prolabl ¬
st abl bl < that the pallbearers will ill be his hisbrothers hisbrothers hI hIbrothers
brothers or 01J nephews nephewsJ
J Harrison Johnson was born at atyule t Lake Lakeville lAlk8viIIE
yule Dorchester County Md In UK 1 He Hespent HeJ
spent J fnt his early life on his fathers farm farmbut CumLut arm
but at the age e of eighteen hteen he took to the theea thea thesea
sea < ea a Three years later when but tweet twentyone lwentyone ¬
tyone years ears old he was captain of a aPotomac aPotomac a aPotomac L
Potomac River sailing alU vessel At the theagt theag
agt ag of twentythree tW ntytbree he came to Washing Washington Washingttn Washington ¬
ton and settled here going pI into business businessas busIne t tt I
as t a 1 grocer and ship chandler His bus busin bU8int
in int intss > ss S grew and he gradually radua11 widened widenedhis 1dfJneCIhis
his scope SCO branching branchln out into many other otherlines olherJinf othetilim
lines Jinf > of business He became vice pr prM prMidtnt s sidmt
idtnt of the Great Falls Ice Company Companyhut Companhut
hut resigned that position to establish the theMutual tbeMutual t
ther
Mutual Ice Company He was U one of ofthe oCtht ol r
the th founders of the Hygienic H nlc Ice Com Company ComPiiOY CornPetflY ¬
pany and served as its president for formany folmany fo fomany
many years He also a lo served as vice vicepresident vIeeprf
president prf > sld nt of the Lincoln National Bank Bankand Bankoll1d
and while acting < in this ttd capacity ctt y suf suffered sutflrd ¬
fered trd a spell of sickness atekn that compelled compelledhim compelledhim I
him to relinquish for a time lime his active activeServed acli aclilnl activebU5iflesS
lnl bU5iflesS inlss canJet canJetSercel
Served on Hxcise Board BonrilMr DonriIr BoardMr
Mr Ir Johnson on was one of the first ap appointees appointt appointees ¬
pointees fS when wbeat wbe toe board of appraisers PfM1LJ of ofthe oCthf o r rthe
the District DI trtct of Columbia was created createdand breAtedand
and was chairman of the excise e board boardfor boardfor
for a number of years He also en engaged engagt engaged ¬
gagt gaged > d extensively in real estate tate Invest Investments Invest1I1fnts ¬
ments and was one of the largest prop property property ¬
erty holders hold 115 in South Washington ashtnlltton to towhich towhich U t twhich
which section he mainly confined himself hl lf
He lias lived there all the time of his rae resid retlIdnt
id Idnt nee in Washington the present re8ent colon cotoniulstylt coIoni colonLltyle
iulstylt i d8tI home of the family on C street t t3ILving
having been built by him twentyeight twentyeightyears twentelghttats L
years tats ars ago agoMr agoMr egoMr
Mr Johnson was also greatly Iy interested interestedin I IIn
in politics and was prominently allied alliedwith allteclwith aIlie I
with the Democrats of the city He served servedtis serve I Izg
tis escort to Mrs r Stevens Stev a wife of the then the I
Vice President at President Clevelands Clevelandsinaugural CJ CI velantls velantlsiUitugural velnd velndinuugurai
inaugural ball ballBOLIVIAN baUBOLmAN ballBOLIVIAN
BOLIVIAN MINISTER LECTURES LECTURESPftyw LEOTURESPnH LECTURESPays
Pays IIlRk III h Tribute to Prenl PrcHIlent PrcHIlentUOOHeyelt < lent lentKooHevelt t thttONevelt
KooHevelt and Secretary RootBolivia nootBolhIaA Root ItootBoliviaA
Bolivia BolhIaA A Country Without Debt Debtvas Debt Debtas Debtas
vas as the subject of a lecture by S Seen sorCalderon nor norCulderon r
Culderon the Bolivian Minister Mln lter before beforethe beforethe S rS
the National Geographic Society hefort at atNational atNational a aNational t
National Rifles Armory last night Senor SenorCalderon SenorCaldHon r rCtlderon
Calderon reviewed the recent visit of Sec Secretary Secntar Secrttary ¬
retary ntar Root to South America AmericaThe Amencarht AmericaThe
The reception re ptlon of Mr
Root in South SouthAmerica SouthAmerica I IAmerIca
America he 8aid7 1crbe8ldes besides being a per persona personal personal ¬
sona sonal tribute offered to his merits merits was wa tUI C
the sincerest expreston of good will 111 with withwhich 1th 1thwhich i iwhich
which the nations accepted the proffer of o
friendship sent by the people of North Nortimerjca
America merjca In his last message e to Congress COn TI 88
President Roosevelt ROOM lt confirmed c nftnned the friend ¬
ly declarations d claraUon of the Secretary of State i ithus
thus giving them governmental sanction sanctionand MftCtlonsmd t tand
and disputing di8PJH < th the mistrust created under r
the wrong wro wron impression that the United I
States Stat + s had designs M of establishing its su supremacy supremacy suprernacy ¬
premacy and dominion over all the conti continent contlntnt continent ¬
nent The words of President Roosevelt Rooseveltreveal Rooseveltrenal Roo evel t treveal
reveal the high spirit of Justice that thatguides thatgulde8 this thisguides
guides his hi policy poUC and that it means the theapplication theapplication thi thiapplication
application of the square deal to inter international InterlaUonal International ¬
national relation relationBolivia nlatloJUlDoliv1 relationsBolivia
Bolivia is to be developed dev lop d by h American Americancapital Americancapital S Scapital
capital according aceordi to Senor Calderon L
He said saidIt RQldIt said1t
It has been n my aim and I had the thegood thegood th e egood
good fortune to succeed in interesting Intere tlnt g
representative rtprf ntatln New York bankers in the thegreat thegreat th thgreat
great work ork of giving 1nC life to my country country11Y countr
by means of roads through throu h rich deposits depositsof S Sof
of minerals mlnt > ra a and open to the world Orld her hervirgin he r rvirgin
virgin Irgln forests My government has ha con concluded coneluded ¬
cluded directly with 1th the bankers a con ¬
tract that is today being executed The Th a
lines to be constructed nftru t by the American Americansyndicate Americansyndicate Ii Iisyndicate
syndicate are from from La Paz to Tupiza att attmiles IOmllfs I 0 0miles
miles Oruro to Cochabamba 18S 1 miles milesand mUftiRnd mIlesand
and La Pa Paz to Puerto Panda lhh 9 mlleaL mil miles
in all 963 63 miles milesThe milesThe I IThe
The Panama Canl will in open new hori horizon h rison hodson ¬
son to commerce and it may be said it itwill Itwtll I Iwill
will be the material consecration of the tb
Monroe doctrine that excludes exclH conquest coetues t
from America where under the Inspire ln ¬
tion of e democracy free freedom and justice
the Christian brotherhood of mankind mankindwill mIlAktlldwill ii iiwill
will be perpetuated perpetuatedAVlll perpetuatedWill
AVlll 111 Open Brunch Hank Monday MondayThe MondayThe IoncJnyThe
The International Banking Corporation Corporationannounces COrporatloftannoultS S Sannounces
announces the opening oP of a branch of its itsbank i It l lbank a abank
bank at 11S4 Connecticut avenue anRtie to be bestarted Mstarted b a astarted
started nextMonday next londay The branch will ill illIn be bein b a ain
in charge of Murray A Cobb who be has hasbeen M6n he S Sbeen
been n engaged enp in the real estate business businessIn buIe S Sin
In the same square He will have the theassistance thea8Shttnce Ut Utassistance
assistance of Graham Hume rormerfonnected formerly formerlyconnected forrner1 forrner1connected
connected with the Traders National NationalBank NatlonalBank NLtIQaSIBank
Bank and Robert D Hagner It is stated statedthat statfdthat statedthat
that the branch bank will 111 be started as asan ASan asan
an especial accommodation to members membersof
of the diplomatic corps corpsAfter corJLAfter corpsAfter
After Harvester Trust TrustUnder rrustr1dtr Trustlnder
Under the terms of a Senate resolu resolution r resolution l lUon ¬
tion the Secretary retary of Commerce COMm re aM andI aMLabor aMLabor
I Labor abor announced yesterday eaterda that the theBureau theDurf theBureau
Bureau Durf > au of corporations C rporatJons had begun an aninvestigation a1InetI anInvestigation
investigation InetI Uon of the International Har Harvester Harester Hervester ¬
vester ester Company commonly cornmeal known kaow as asthe a athe asthe
the harvester trust Ofta lo inquiry it itwas Itas Itwas
was as announced aJUloUllO will 1 Be o made with withgreat wIthgreat withgreat
great thoroughness thoreagksaesg
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HENRY H ENRY E ZLOTZ PASSES AWAY AWAYProprietor AWAYProllrletor AWAYroprietor
Proprietor P Pr of Restaurant Popular PopularAmong PopularAmonl PopularAmong
Among Army Arm and nne Navy OfllccrM OfllccrMHenry OfllccrH OfllccrHHour MHccr MHccrHenry
Henry Hour E E Klotz proprietor of a restau restaurant restaur restauant ¬
rant r r ant nt at 170608 1T G street northwest which whichfor whlehf6r whichor
fft for f or fifty years has b been en known to army armyand umyana armynn
and ft nn navy men died suddenly last night nightbf nightf
i bf oC o f heart failure Mr Klotz had been 111 111for 111or IIIor
od for t ot or about a week but announced yester yesterday yesteray e ter terdliY ¬
day d ay that he was feeling better and It was wasthougnt wasthougAt ws wsiougAt
thougnt tl he would be able to leave his bed bedtoday bedtodAY bedoday
tla today t He was taken suddenly worse wOrsalast worselast wOrsest
last la st night however and died about 846 846oclock 145ocloek S4 S4elok
lao
oclock oclockMr ocloekMr o elok elokMr
Mr Klotz was fifty years old He is issurvived i8suntved Isurvived
survived s by his second cond wife who was a aMrs AMrs ars
Mrs M ML rs Elizabeth Annen a daughter Mrs MrsLouise MrsLouise Mrsou1c
Louise L ou1c Robinson and two sons Harry Harryand HarryRAd Harrynd
and a nd Arthur Klotz KlotzBoth Ilot IlotBoth ilotzBoth
Both Mr Klotz and his father fa ther CharlesB CharI CharID Charles CharleaKlotz
B Klotz who died in ISM 1 1S had a a wide ac acquaintance ACquaJntance acuahitanee ¬
quaintance q Bq Bc uahitanee among army and navy offi officers officers ofilern ¬
c cers ern their restaurant being a famous famousdining Camousdining famousining
dining d ining place The Army and Navy Club Clubmade ClubmAde CLubade
made m ade its headquarters at the th restaurant restaurantbefore restaurantbefore
before b its removal to the present building buildingand buildIngIUKl
and a nd ever since then it has b s been a favorite favoritegathering ravorltegathering favoriteathering
ag
gathering g place Iace for officials from the theState theI
I State S uite War VIL and Navy Building as well as asthe asI
the th t he newspaper correspondents correspondentsMr orrespondentsMr
I Mr Klotz was an enthusiastic lover of ofhorses orhor
horses hor h orses e and was a member of the Wash Washington WhInrton ¬
ington I Jockey Club He was the origina originator originator originsor ¬
tor t or it is said of the system of classifying classifyinghorses classifyingnors classifyingorses
horses nors h orses by past performances the amount amountof amountof amountf
of o f weight carried Ac ein in other words wordsthe worftthe wortishe
the t he form sheet as it Is called Although Althoughnot A1thoughnot
not n ot an owner of thoroughbreds Mr Klotz Klotztook Klotztook Klot2ook
took t an active interest In the racing racinggtune 11Ic1n 11Ic1ng1URe
gtune g anie and his opinion In regard to the theeiaw thee1aM
eiaw c lass of various rlous horses was ii frequently frequentlysought frefluentlyht frequentlyought
sought soughtCOL s ht htCOL
COL C OLI J JI P Ps MINETREE EXPIRES EXPIRESSouthern EXPIRESSouthern I
Southern S Railway Officials Illness IllnessProves DlnessI IllnessProves
Proves Fatal FatalHad FatalIInel Fatalind
I
Had h ind Been a Resident of Wnshliipton WnshliiptonTwenty WnshintonTwenty nshlnJtonTwent
Twenty Years YearsBntercd Entered ntcrcel Service of ofRoad ofnonll
Road at Clone of Civil Chl War WarCot nr nrCol
Cot Joseph P Mmetr ltftetre e purchasing purchasingagent purchutaagent purchaolngent
agent a gent and one of the oldest ok e employee of ofthe oCthe 01he
the t he Southern Railway died at his rest residence ItI8denee restance ¬
dence d ance 1781 17 P street reet yesterday ye tertlay afternoon afternoonat afterllOOftat i it
at a t 4 oclock The wife w1 and alt of the thechildren thecblldren I Ihildren
children c were at his bedside as the end endcame elMlcame
came Col Minetree had been ill for forsome forlOAM
some s ome days but until a few days age as no nofears MfMrs asears
fears f ears were felt as A to his ultimate recov recovery recovery recovry ¬
fc
ery c ry A turn for or the worse came on onWednesday onWednetlday I IWednedy
Wednesday alHT a from that time on the thegravest thexraHt theravest
gravest g ravest doubt was felt feltCol reltCot feltCol
Col Minetree lDetree leaves lea yea a widow 14ow who no noformelly was wasformerly aa aaormerly
fa formerly f Miss Betty Lope of Petersburg Petersburgand Petelabur Petelaburand Petersburgnd
and a nd nine children hndr Mrs C F PIUS of ofChicago oCChkaSO 01hicago
Chicago C hicago Mrs G H Evans of Alexan Alexandria A1enadrl Alexaitne ¬
dria drl si ne Mrs H B B Holllflekl Misses Mimesheth Btiaa Btiaabeth Elf Elfbeth
beth and Claudia Minetree Messrs aML James JameeL JamesJoseph
L 11 Joseph P G McP Me and John JohnMinetree E EMlnetr BMinstree
Minetree Mlnetr Col Minetree ha hag been n a real resident realdent realent ¬
dent d ent of Washington ynton for nearly twenty twentyyears t twentyears nty ntyyears
years y ears during durln which time he has made madea I Igreat
a great number of friends in every walk walkof W1tlkof WnIIIf
of o f life His connection with 1th the Southern SouthernRailway SoutherllRaliwaT I
Railway began just ju t after the close e of the thecivil thechi thelvii t It
c civil lvii I war when he entered the offices of ofthe oCtbe 01 01he
the t he old Norfolk and Western as PUt purchasing PUtcbal ¬
chasing cbal c agent Later Lat r he assumed the thesame thesame theame t
same s position po Hlon with the Southern Railway Railwaywhich RanYhlch p pwhich
which hlch he had h filled hIed ever since with eml eminently emlneRUy emleatly ¬
nently n satisfactory sattsac pry results His death is isregarded isregarclecl Ii
IiL
regarded r as a blow to the roa4 second secondonly MOORoJonly seuost seuostnly L
only o nly to that of the death of the late Pres President PrwIdent Presdent ¬
ident I Spencer SpencerCol SpenceICol SpencerCol
Col Inetree was born in Petersburg Petersburgsixtysix Petenburrsixtysix Petersbur Petersburixtysix
sixtysix s years ago He graduated Krad ated ted at the theVirginia theVirginia theVirginia
Virginia Military Institute just before the thewar thewar tbe tbewar
war At the commencement comm ntnt of hostiltttee hostilttteehe bo hostilitleehe
he joined Mahoiteg Brigade a a a hasten lieutenant lleMenant hastennt ¬
ant a nt He was wounded several times tt dur taring durIng durag ¬
ing l ag the first campaigns and was soon soonmade SOOftmade I Imade
made colonel and placed In l command of ofa oCA 01 r rbattalion
a battalion which hl h did floe service under underJackson undelTackeon undeiackson
Jackson J and Lee At Gettysburg and Fair FairOake FallOak FaiiOaks
Oaks Oak he h particularly distinguished < him himself IItmeJf hihetelf ¬
self s elf and his hl service before Petersburg Petersburgand Ptotersburtand Patersbur Patersburnd
and a nd Richmond was commended highly h hly by byPresident byPre b bPresident
President Pre ldent Davis DavisCol DaviaCol DavisCot
Col Minetree has had many opportuni opportunities opportuniies i itlea ¬
ties t ies to leave the Southern as any anYJnm anYJnmher num number numher ¬
her of offers from other companies have havebeen Myebeen t tbeen
been made ma him but his loyalty to the theroad theroad S Soad
road r oad was U at all times evidenced and made madehim madehim I Ihim
him all the more valuable valuableThe valua valuaTM valuable valuableThe
The funeral arrangement arran men have not been beenmade Mellmade I Imade
made but it te expected that the th United UnitedConfederate Unit UnitConfederate I IConfederate
Confederate Veterans wtll take a promi prominent JIOMtnfllt prominest ¬
nest part in the services servicesV IIceg IIcegA
V A Mann Passes ArrayWilliam AwnTVUUam Array AwayWilliam
William A A Mann Iann a veteran of the thecivil thecivil thi thicivil
civil war died at his home Thursday Thursdayevening ThllrlMi ThllrlMievenln r revening
evening evenln aged goo sixtytwo years He was wasa 1asa wa wanative
a native naU of New York State and served servedIn aervei aervein rved rvedIn
In i n the Seventh New York Heavy Artil Artillery Artillery ArUIery ¬
lery l ery which was as employed on the de defenses defenes dotenses ¬
tenses of Washington until May 1SS4 1SS4and IS4and 1114and
and afterward lit the Army of the thePotomac thePotomac th thPotomac
Potomac PotomacTry PotomacTrT PotomacTry
Try to Collect Gaynor Bond BondThe DonllThe BondThe
The efforts of the government to col collect collect ccllect ¬
lect 41 4 41111 W from William B Kirk of ofSyracuse ofSractH o C CSyracuse
Syracuse N Y as bondsman for John JohnF JohnF t tF
F Gaynor while th the latter was under underindictment lnder lnderIndlctmnt r rIndictment
indictment for conspiracy to defraud defraudthe defrauc1the I Ithe
the United States Stilt in connection c nneetlon with withharbor withharbOr t tharbor
harbor Improvements at Savannah in in19S InlUG ii C C1S15
lUG which was forfeited by Gaynors Gaynorsflight GaynoriJflight t tflight
flight to Canada came before the Su Supreme Supreme Supreme ¬
preme Court yesterday when argu arguments aru aruments arguments ¬
ments were heard on the governments governmentsappeal governmentsapPfa1 governmentappeal
appeal from a decision in favor of ofKirk oCKlrk o oKirk
Kirk The case was taken under con consideration consideration consideration ¬
sideration by the court courtSenator courtIt courtSenator
It ItSenntor
Senator Dn Pont Not In Trust TrustSenator TrulltSenator
Senator Du Pont of Delaware Delaware called calledat calledat calle calleat ii
at the White House yesterday to assure assurethe AMUlethe e ethe
the President Pre ldent that he was in no way con connected connected conseated ¬
nected with the Du Pont International InternationalSmokeless InternationalSmokeletlS 1
1r
Smokeless Powder Company the powder powdertrust powdertrullt r
trust against which the independent independentmanufacturers IndepelHlentmanufacturers independenmanufacturers t
manufacturers recently reeentl lodged a com complaint complaint cornplaint ¬
plaint with 1th the Executive EX euUe I retired retiredfrom reUredfrom retireefrom
from all connection with the company a along SfJong a along
long time ago o said the Senator laM laMdo and anddo ai
do not own a cents worth of stock In it itnow Itt ItShift I IShift t
now t
j
Shift the responsi responsibility responsibility responsibility ¬
bility of caring for foryour foryour foryour
your valuables t tQ lx < us usWe USvVe usWe
We will take entire care of ofsuch ofsuch ofsuch
such articles artic1 s as asFurs asFurs asFurs
Furs FursClothing Silverware SilverwareJewelry SUV8rwtiroCJothlng SilverwareClothing
Clothing ClothingRugs Jewelry JewelryBrieabrac JitwllloRugs JswalryBugs
Rugs RugsTapestries Brieabrac BrieabracLaees Driea1JraOt Driea1JraOtTa ErIcabracTapestries
Tapestries TapestriesCurtains Ta trls Laees LulgCurtains LaseaCurtains LaeesPaintings
Curtains CurtainsWeolens Paintings PaintingsArt PalnU PaintingsWoolens s
Woolens rttol ftS Art Objects ObjectsAnd ObjectsAnd ObjectsAnd
And their safe re ¬
turn to you when you re require require require ¬
quire them themFurniture themfrupi themFfuvi1
frupi 1 fOPBgP Qornpanl QornpanlFurniture ompan ompanFurniture
Furniture Warehouseman WarehousemanPackers WarehousemenP WaralsossnemonPackers
Packers P ckers and 51 Forwarding Astrtts l AgemteI tnts tntsI
1140 I 14oFiftecrtt 140 Fifteenth Street StreetI
I
ALGER RITES TODAY TODAYFuneral TODAYFuneral
Funeral of Late Senator SeJ ator to toBe ton
Be n ii Held Held HcIatTwo at t1yo Two oCloct oCloctG oClo oC1ock l lG
G A R MEMBERS rrEMBERS TO ATTEND ATTENDPremlrtent ATTENDPrelIlcnt ATTENDPresident
President Excnuc Excuics All Vctcrnnn In InGovernment InGocrn
Government Gocrn 1cnt Service So They May 3IayHe Iny
MayI
I I
He Present PresentS Senators nntorll Will III Go ina1 In a aBody 0DoelSon
Body DoelSon Son Arrives After 3Iaiiy lnl1 De Delay DeInnurl BelaysflurIa1 ¬
lay Innurl laysflurIa1 llurlol l at Detroit DetroitThe DetroitThe
The remains of the Iii late Senator Se Ator Russell RuaeollA RussellAlger
A Alger will be taken to Detroit D trolt today todayafter todlLafter
after a fter the funeral services which are to be beheld bebed beeid
held b eid at the Alger residence rakI at 2 Oclock OclockThe ocleckThe Oclockhe
The T he Rev Wallace RadclIKe pastor 8tor of the theNew theNew theNew
New York Avenue Presbyterian Pre llytert n Church Churchand Churehand Churchind
and a nd Dr Edward Everett Hale chaplain chaplainof
of o f the Senate will Ill conduct the services servicesThe servicesThe i iThe
The President yesterday sterday gave orders ordorsthat ordonthat
that all government employes who are aremembers Iremembers aremembers
members of the Grand Army of the Re Republic nopublic ¬
public p ublic of which organization Gen Alger Algerwas Alpras Algerwas
was as once commanderinchlef COm rlnchlef be 1 e ex excused 8XcUHcl ¬
cused c utl from duty to today Uy < to enable them to toattend toaUencl tottend
attend a ttend the funeral The members of the thei theGraJMI
i Grand Army Arm wilt 11I assemble on Penrasyl Penrasylvaai PenM71VAJUa Peonsylnj
vaai VAJUa v nj avenue aVen at 1 oclock under orders Is Issued Is Isa1Md isued ¬
sued s ued by the commander of the Depart Department DtIJrtm Dsptrtmeat ¬
meat m nt of the Potomac The line will 111 march marchto marchto
to t o the residence residenceThe raldenceTIM residesceThe
The SeDate which kle adjourned yesterday yesterdayuntil yesterdayunut yesterdayuntil
until Monday out of reaped to the de deoeaaed de00IIMd doeased
eased c will attend the services niotllin in a aThere body todyThere bodyThere
There were many prominent iwomnent callers at atthe atthe Otthe
the Alger AI r home yesterday and telegrams telegramsexpressing tel telegramsxpressing MlrM MlrMexprealftK
expressing e sympathy came from all quar quarters quarten qurees ¬
ten t ees of the world worldMember worldJlcmbcrH worldMembers
Member of Family Fnml1 Here HereAll HereAll hereAll
All the members of th the late Senators Senatorsfamily SeDatolsfamily Senatersamily
family f have arrived in Washington Rus Rusl RusMIl Rueelt
l sell elt Alger Al r jr arrived apIved late last night from fromJacksonville fromJaclalonvUIe fromJacksonville
Jacksonville afwr lI ar tr a delay of more than thanfour thanfour thanour
four f our hours on the road The young man manvisited mtuvl menvisited
visited vl lted his parents pann only a few weeks age ageand lO lOand
and went nt to spend peM the remainder rmalnd r of the thewinter thewinter thewinter
winter in Florida where difficulty was ex experienced expenenoed axpenanced ¬
perienced in locating l00aU him Mrs Bailey Baileyof BaJleyoC
of Harrlsburg the oldest daughter wa wathe WU WUthe washe I
the t he Anrt rst to arrive She came to Washing Washington Wll WashingoiL hln hlnton ¬
ton t oiL late Thursday night while Mrs rs Shel Sheldon Sheldon SI1don ¬
don of Detroit and Mrs Pike of Chi Chicago ChlcaP Cliicago ¬
cago arrived yesterday morning morningCapt mornln mornlnCapt morningAlger
Capt Alger AI t te te other son with his wife wifeand rIfeIUId wifeand
and children was present at the bedside bedsideAfter bedsideAfter de deAfter
After the th services Ices at the residence 1HId nce to today today today ¬
day a a military escort will lead the cor cortege cort cortege ¬
tege t to the Sixth street station where the theremains theremains
theI
remains will be placed on board a special specialfuneral speclalfuneral specialfuneral I
funeral train and sent to Detroit ac accompanied acoompanMd cccompanled ¬
companied by the members of the family familya
a committee of Senators and nd several of ofthe ofthe cithe
the Michigan leblpa delegation MI t1on of the House HouseThe HOUHThe 1IoueaThe
The military escort e will consist of a band bandone bandone I IarI
arI > one squadron of o cavalry from roes Port Porttr Forter PoriMer
Mer er tr under command of Cot Hetfteld HetfteldPout HetlleldPOMt leteldPost
Pout Pins nt Half Mast MastBy 1zistBy Inllt InlltBy
By order of Secretary Taft Ta ft who for formally tOrRlally formally
mally notified noU the army yesterday of Gen GenAigers OenAlre GaitAlgers
Aigers Alre death ctMt dttbai all military post JMMMs will place placetheir pIaeetheir placetheir
their flags artialf tfSa1f mast on the days of the thefuneral thefuneraJ I Ifuneral
funeral funeralThe funeraJThe funeralThe
The remains remal wilt ut arrive In Detroit roIt about aboutIf about1t L Loclock
If oclock Sunday where whe they will ut b be met metby melby t tby
by the members ber of the Gran Grandtm raJNr r Army and anda andII I Ia
a squadron of cavalry from Fort Wayne WayneI Waynewhich Waypahich
I which hich will act as a an escort to the city cityhall clt clthaU cityhail
hall There th the body will 111 rest until untilIn even evening evnlog ¬
log In when it will be removed to the Detroit Delrott De Dotroit ¬
troit residence reald nee The Anal services will willtake willtake I Itake
take place on Monday at a 2 ociock and andwill an I Iwill
will b Ie private privateREPORTS prJMteREPORTS p1510ItEPORTS
REPORTS ON ONCOLUMEUS COLUMBUS G OLUMB US RIOT RIOTCol RIOTCol RIOTCoL
Col Glenn Says Ao o Attempt Wns WnsMade Vna VnaIac1 I IMade
Made Iac1 to Shoot Up til the tb Tovfnn TovfnnMaj TownJtMaj Town Townitj
Maj Gen F L I Ainsworth Military Sec Secretary Sec Secretary Seeretary ¬
retary of the Army yesterday received received a amall aMan s L Lmall
mall report from Iiteut Cot Ce Glenn com comI cornof
I mandant of the recruiting rCIUlUft depot of Co Columbus COlumbus Columbus ¬
lumbus Barracks Columbus Ohio con concerning COAcernlng eonearning ¬
earning the escapade e of nearly 900 OO recruits recruitslast recruUlut I Ilast
last Monday onday night nightThe nIPtThe nightThe
The colonel discounts dlacoun f the amount of ofdamage oCdamale o odamage
damage done as previously reported and andsays anduys andYS
says YS that after careful investigation it itwas Itwu ii t tfound
was found that the men used only rocks rocksin rocksIn t tin
in their t lr celebrating and nd made no at attempts attemptS atIOMPIS ¬
tempts to shoot up the town The dam damage damage damage ¬
age was confined to the district of Colum Columbu Columb Columbut
bu b but known as a the uSa Bad < Lands and andconsisted aMi am amconsisted
i consisted chiefly of breaking 1HeakIR windows windowsef C CSc
ef saloons loons and other buildings The dam damage dame damage ¬
age e will amount to not more than tban1M thanstates f fh
h 1M states statesTo statesTo tatesTo
To File FjI Commodore Browns Dr uH Will WillMrs WillMrs V11I V11IMrs
Mrs Mary V Cissel C daughter of Com Commodore Commodore Cornmodore ¬
modore Perry Brown who lost his life lifein litein 1It 1 1In
in the th Terra Cotta wreck reck yesterday Died Dieda I Ia
a petition in the tbeProbate Probate Court t te have havethe haY haYthe havethe
the will of her father admitted to pro probate probate ¬
bate It is stated that the estate left I rt by b I
Mr Brown BMn n consists of a house and lot lotat Jotat ho t tat
at Washington Washi lton Grove Md valued at atJtOCfl atno a t toh
JtOCfl no oh and cash amounting amounUn to J8W Mrs MrsChwel llrsCiuel 1 1Clesel
Chwel further declares that the estate will willAle wIllftle cvii I Ifile
Ale a claim against t the Baltimore and an I
Ohio Railroad Company for the th death of ofher oCh o f fher
her h r father Three children are named as asthe I
the th heirs at law of Mr Brown They Tb8 are ar re C
Perry Perr Brown of Albany A lINk n N N Y i William WilliamBrown WnUamBrown ii iiBrown
Brown of this city and the petitioner petitionerCharles petitionerCharla petitionerCharles
Charles J Murphy represents repre entIJ Mrs CIa Cissel CIaHI Clesel ¬
sel HI
Suet SUe for 20OOO DaiunRcs DaiunRcsJohn DnJlmJcJohn DaiunesJohn
John H Tatspaugh Tat paugh entered en red suit against againstthe nga nst nstthe t tthe
the Continental Jewel Filtration Company Companyyesterday Companyyetcrday r ryesterday
yesterday to recover OOOG 30009 damages al alleging alJe alleging ¬
leging Je ln that his h health as well ell as his prop property properly property ¬
erty has suffered through certain opera operations operatns operans ¬
tions ns of the firm against which he began begansuit begansuit S Ssuit
suit and who are the contractors for the theunion theunion the C Cunion
union station tunnel TiUspaugh says saysthat Bftysthat say S Sthat
that a plant of the company located near nearhte nearhis nea r rhiS
his home at 423 4 New Jersey Jer1te avenue northw northwest north northwest ¬
west w t emits smoke noise dust dust and ob obnoxious obnoxious ohnoxious ¬
noxious odors thereby th reby injuring Injurin his health healthand healthand healtland
and the hfealth h alth of his family Mr lr TAts TAtspaugh TAtapaugh Ttspangli
paugh through his attorneys Douglass DouglassDouglass k kDouglaMalleges 1 1alleges
Douglass DouglaMalleges alleges that the property has hasalso hasalso ha S Salso
also been injured and its rental value valuedepreciated yaluedepreciatfd vale a adeprechwtd
depreciated depreciatfdlore deprechwtdMore
More Pay for lUorRnemnster MorguemasterCoroner lor ncll1nllter ncll1nllterCoroner
1 Coroner J Ramsay Nevitt yesterday yesterdayrecommended yesterda esterclAyrecommended V Vrecommended
recommended that the pay of Morguemas Morguemaster I Iter
ter William Schoenberger be raised from fromto fromtIS ftor 0 0to
tIS to STh 7J per month Schoenberger sehoenbtr er the thecoroner thecoroner th e ecoroner
coroner states has ha acted as morguemaster morguemasterfor r rfor
for fifteen years during which time he hehas hehas hi e ehas
has proved his competency and faith faithfulness Calthfulne86 faithfulnesa ¬
fulness being bd g on duty practically twenty twentyfour twentrfour twentyfour
four hours k a day dayHon dayHon dayHon
Hon John Blair Drops Dead DeadSt DenllSt DealSt
St St John Jan 26 5oHOh Hon John Blair for formerly formerl fornicely ¬
nicely merl minister of o railways in the Cana Canadian CanlldIaD Canadian ¬
dian government afterward att rtlr chairman of ofthe ofthe o f fthe
the railway commission dropped dead this thisevening thldeVlninb thu d devening
evening in his old home jn in Frcderlcton FrcderlctonHe Fn4i uric ton tonHe I IHe
He was sixtythree years of age and andone andCine en LI LICent
one of the strongest men in public life in inthe Inthe ii 0 0the
the Dominion
Two Killed by b Illuminating Ga GaJersey Gps GnllJe GpsJersey
Jersey Je City CIl N N J Jan 2S SFred SFredNelncke Fred FredNeincke l lNelneke
Neincke seventeen years old and his hisbrother hisbrblher hi S Sbrother
brother William twelve years old sons ons of ofFred ofFred o L LFred
Fred Neincke N incke of 11 Astor place were werefound wereround wer a afound
found dead In boil this mornIng asphyx asphyxiated asphyxiated asphyxhated ¬
iated by illuminating gas which escaped escapedfrom escapedfrom escape escapefrom
from a radiator radiatorKUN radiatorJeUX radiatorFUN
FUN AT A GRIDIRON GRlDlRO GRlDlROThere DINNER DIXXEttThere DINNERTbcr
There Tbcr Is I nuicli of it always and nd It in inInvariably 111Inarluhl I S SInvariably
Invariably unique In character A fine fineillustrated fine11lutrntecl tin C CIllustrated
illustrated account of tohl tonlhts hts notable notablefunction notnJJJctunrtlon C Cfrinetion
function ivlll appear in the Sunday Sundaylisxiie SundnyISHlie Sunln SunlnIssue
Issue of The Washington nHhlngtou Herald It ItAvlll ItwlIlIDtercst I t twill
Avlll wlIlIDtercst interest every ccr reader ret1 er
i
ELKINS TO GO ON STAND STANDSenator STANDScnator
Senator S Expected to Testify T lItJf in 500 500OOO OO
000 Suit Against AJnln t Him Monday MondaySenator MondaySenator lol1loySenator
Senator Elkins It Is expected will tes testify testify teelui ¬
tify t on Monday In the suit now being beingtried beingried
tried t ried before beCoreJUIlice Justice Wright of Robert RobertBurton RobertBurtonand Roberturton
Burton Burtonand B urton and George A Dubruell of Baltl Baltlmpra Baltmpr BelUmbro
mpr mbro mpra against him for 01000 608000 for alleged allegedServices allegedervlces allegedeTvicis
Services ervlces In connection i with the purchase purchaseof pures6of
of o f the Western Maryland Railroad Com Compny Compttny
< pny pnyA pttnyA p ithy ithyA
A supplemental hearing In the case WitS wnshold WitShold wasolti
hold h olti at t the th New Wllwrd on Thursday Thursdaynight Tlmlsc1IlYJtl
night Jtl n ight ht vrtien the deposition of ffi L Put Putl lcd lcdicr
ler l r president of the Fuller < syndicate syndicatewhich s7rHl syndicatewhich te tewhich
which purchased the Baltimore City in intarost Inter inarost
tarost ter t t in the Western Maryland Railroad Railroadwas naJlrodWAS Railroadwas
was taken by agreement of counsel In Inorder Inardor inrder
order o rder to allow aU4 w Mr Fuller to sail sal II for Bgypt Bgypttoflay Egypttoaay Bgyptofley
ot
toflay t where wh r8 his wife is Ill 111PAYKASTER mPAnrASTER IllPAYMASTER
PAYMASTER PAnrASTER LUKESH QUITS QUITSIleaiKtiM QUITSnCllh QTJITStealgies
IleaiKtiM nCllh I lHt from Navy XU Nitv HecmiKe of the theChurcc CiteCharges
Charges AKiiinnt Him HimGeorge hUniGeorge l1m l1mGeorge
George M Lukeah paymaster in the theUnited theUnlt
United Unlt States navy navy who lately acquired acquiredunpleasant acquiredunplnt
unpleasant notoriety tendered tAIn ered his resig resignation rwlgnation ¬
nation by telegraph of tlie Sitk ILk instant instantand IntanlAnd
and a ld it has been accepted by the Navy NavyDepartment NavyDeiMrtment
Department to take effect January 11 II1M
17 1 W
1MPayma
Paymaster Payma ter Lukesh recently answered aweredcr5 answeredharges
charges cr5 c preferred against him by the theNavy theNaY
Navy Department for conduct unbeoom unbeoomIrig unl m
Irig f fg an officer while stationed in Eastern suternwatent
waters watersREADY
4 4READY
READY TO BOOM BUSINESS BUSINESSSubcommittee BUSINESSSuboommittee
Subcommittee of Board of Trade TradeHolds TradeHolds
Holds Special Meeting MeetingForniulntcs Meetingl
0
Forniulntcs l Report Providing ProvIdln Plan Planto Plnnto IIzinto
to IlaiMu ltnis Salary Snlnr of Secretary Secrctnr to toHe t9 t9He
He Presented Monday MondayAt Ioncln IonclnAt
At a pedal meeting of the avfecommit avfecommitt ltooaIMIt I It
t ea ef the committee eetU on eonHneree and andnwnutacture i intIUctuN
nwnutacture yesterday af atltOOft Mrnoon the re repert r rpert
pert which h will be presented to the Board Boardof BoardoC
I
of Trd Trade on Monday onMy 1 night t was agreed agreedupon a reed reedWbUe
upon While th the meeting meed wag an exec executive executi ¬
utive uti session It is understood that the re report report ¬
port was adopted without much amend amendment amen4meat ¬
moot meat and that it includes a plan for forraisins torr
raisins r r1sing money to pay for the services servicesof erYicMot servicesot
ot a commercial secretary which It is isthought iiitbou
IsI
thought t will be acceptable to the Board Boardof BoardoC I
of Trade TradeIt Tra4e1t
It will be remembered that at the last lastmeeting lutmetlD
meeting < of the Board of Trade the report reportubfltltted reportnbnlttecl
submitted by this committee OOIIUIIIU was referred referredbeck referredbceK I
beck with instructions lD8truc to draft a a plan nan AM AMraising torra
raising ra InK the funds to make the payment paymentof I IoC
piymaniI
of the commercial secretary possible and anda andfew I
a few other matters pertaining to the theofflceand tbeo theI I
o omen offlceand ce and work of suck a secretary The Theplan TIMplan I
plan proposed for this e purpose has not notbeen DOtNell nOlL
been made public ubUc but the fact is known knownthat mownthat L
that the necessary DeC ry money for the oface ofaceis o nilicsi lce lceuaranteed 1
is guaranteed under the plan and the thecommittee theconunlttee thecommittee i
committee to said lei to be hopeful that the theplan tileplan
plan will 11 appear entirely feasible lea when whenpresented whenPle8Rted I
presented Monday Xoncla night niffatIt ntplIt
It was stated that a representative aUve of ofthe ofthe 01
the Business BlDe Meets MeA Association and one onefrom 9 9t1Om ne
from the Jobbers and Shippers Shippention Association Associa ¬
tion tIo were In conference with the commit committee cottee committee ¬
tee at its meeting It is believed that thatthe that thatI bat batthe
the plan proposed p by t ue Board rc of Trade Tradecommittee TradeeomD1ft I
eomD1ft committee Is I quite areea4 agreeable > ie to the other othertrade othertrade othatrade
trade bodies bod and the opinion ha MJ been beenexpressed beenexpreeeed I
expressed that if the Board Boa of Trade Tradegive Tradetvel Tradetves i
give tves tt icoUdt coownii y ie suAclent uiIcl Ieat at authority a ntT ntTut to toact t C
act tt will receive rscve substantial help from fromthe freesth I
the 1 th other associations associationsA oetatto oetattoA
A 4 11iu11rMnt rwnln oMindnt t business besha man dlU ndtlictdWltt ndtlictdWlttone ffl atd with withone Wlt1Ione I
one of the bodice bod and active in Its affairs atta1rsyeay af6lrsyesterday affairsyesterday
yesterday pointed out the need of concerted HftcertfJd con ¬
carted action in regard re azd to commercial commercialmatters eoaamercla1matters commerciali I
matters i atters He cited by way of illustration illustrationthe 1JlU8lraUOatile iilustratlosthe
the Question of preserving < for the mer merchants merehanta ¬
chants th tblll delivery of freight free of ofcharge orC1uI 01 r
C1uI charge by the railroad companies COIAee whl 1rbh which h hhas I
has h been called in question by the roar merchants JIMCcbanta roarchants ¬
chants of Philadelphia before the t Inter Interstate Illterstate ¬
state Commerce Commission The In Informant Informant Informant ¬
formant said 14 the matter had been taken takenup takenup takerup
up by a special committee of th the Bust Business BustMia Bustnorm ¬
ness Mens Association and a that the as assistant aMlaAt sesistant ¬
sistant secretary JK of the Jobbers and Ship Shippers SbtPpera Shippars ¬
pars Association had been instructed to totake totaI t
take taI up th tM subject with the members of ofthe ofthe 01 r
the Interstate Commerce Commission Ion As Asyet Aayet Aiyet I
yet the Informant said 14 the Board of ofTrade ofTracie ol
Trade had taken no action even through throughits thlOupIts I
its committee on commerce and manu manufacture IINInufacture menufecture ¬
facture factureHere factureH
Here H the informant IDf rmlat thought was a amatter aMat t
matter Mat er of vital interest IDtt > lNt to the business businesscommunity sconunlt c
community which was w being < handled in a away aaT s L
way aT not to make the strongest 1tIO impression impressionon I
on the Interstate Commerce Commission Commissionbecaus lon lonMea
Commissionr
because Mea the trade interests ts of the city citywere cityvere r
were not fully represented He said he hedid bedid lu ludid C
did not for a moment wish lah to detract detractfrom detraetfrom detractfrom
from the ability or energy of the gentle gentlemen gentiamen entl entlmen ¬
men presenting the case but to his mind mindthe mindthe mixuthe
the plea would not have the same me effect effectas effectu t tas
as if presented pre ented by a body representing r pnentl l the thetrade tbetrade the C Ctrade
trade interests as a unit The informant informanthoped Informanthoped informanhoped
hoped that the time would come when whenWashington wh whrubl
Washington rubl ton business men m n could go o before beforeany beforeany beforeany I
any bureau of the general government pv rnment or orbefore orbefore ot r
before the committees of Congress Con ea with witha wit witsolid 1t 1ta
a solid front to demand what bat they theyneeded the theneeded 1 1needed
needed and to get it through throu the united unitedforce unitedoree I
force oree of the appeal appealAs appealA appealAs
As A stated ltal yesterday by several persons personsconnected per80lUlconnected I Iconnected
connected with the movement mov ment for the de development deVelopment dcelopment ¬
velopment of a larger er commerce in Wash Washington WuhInrton VOItington ¬
ington great eat hope is centered in the plan planto 1 1to
to be proposed by the committee on com commerce oomm cornmerce ¬
merce m rce and manufacture to the Board of ofTrade ofTrade o oTrade
Trade and all interests UI seem to be in a areceptive areceptive i L Lreceptive
receptive attitude waiting waltln developments developmentsthat developmentsthat S Sthat
that may give ve to the Greater Washington Washln ton
Idea a tangible working orktn basis ba It in be beUeed beilaved be believed ¬
lieved by many persons Interviewed Int lVlewed on onthe onthe os 1
the subject that a a great eat opportunity ex exlets exIsts oxists
Ists to unite the business community and andset andt an I Ito
set t it to work toward the enlargement el arg ment of o obutilnea C
business on broad and permanent lines linesArc JinesArc linesAru
Arc You a Church Member MemberWiiether Membertether MemberWaether
Wiiether tether you are or are not iden ¬
tified with any particular faith faithyou tatthyou faithyou
you will enjoy reading th the series seriesof SrI seriesof s sor
of articles about Religions Rell on3 In
America which will appear In
The Washington Wa hlnston Herald begin beginning beginning beginfling ¬
ning next Sunday In preparing
theae articles Mr Frederic J Has
kin has gone go Ot1C e through many old oWrecords oldrfCords oldrecords
records and he brings forth a
mass of most mostlntere mostInteresting interesting material
He assails no creed and tinf an offers otr rs no nocriticism nocriticism nocriticism
criticism of any an denomination He
boils down the facts and seasons
the account with just enough live
information to make the big bI points pointsstick pointsstick
stick in your Our mind There is not nota nota nota
a dry line in the whole series sert
Do you know to which church
George orge Washington belonged
Do you know how many Catho ¬
lics there are in the United States Stat
I
Do you know which denomina ¬
thou has had d the most mo t Presidents
Do you know kno about the romantic romanticstorv romanticstory ronantldstoiy
storv story of the Mormons the re remarkable re reMUkable remeirkable ¬
markable development of the
Christian Scientists Sci ntl ts or the ex ¬
traordinary history hi tol of o the Salva ¬
tion Army
Read the authentic and unpreju ¬
diced articles in Th The Washington Wuht ton
Herald The flnrt Installment will
be found on Sunday Snda and the theschedule theschedule theschedulefor
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Wednesday W WedneSdayBaptists tdne8day Baptists
Thursday ThwsdaYStlvation Salvation Army
Friday FridaYLeadeI8 Leaders of Religion Rel Religion5atUrdy5torte lon
Saturday SaturdayStorlfS Stories of the Churches
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SCOTS S HONOR BURNS BURNSBovse
j Bowse at the Nappy NappyCelebrating NIJJ 1 in inCelebrating
Celebrating Anniversary AnniversarySONGS AllniY lsar lsarSONGS
SONGS S ONGS TOASTS AND POEMS POEMSI POEMSlUCUl1
1 I Menu M cciii DcprliiN with ftJa Caller Au Ira lruIonlllIhlnel rn rnIorifir
Long IonlllIhlnel Inland and Boils Enc1 vritli cvlti It1 It1lUueJdc A AMuckle
Muckle Kelibnclc o Ayrshire AyrshireI A rbJrc rbJrcC1acelleIuct
I Chee C1acelleIuct eM Poet Eulogized by h 1 Con ConOhl CongrcHIIIucII
grcHIIIucII grc iiicit Kejiucel cunetI y luacl Campbell CnmlbellOk
Ohl Ok I mbit at olM olMJItoo DM swIMtM dud dud1tesi Mi MiVtom
Vtom that immortal 1 1IMic dan
Le Leek k down and knew II yaur w weeds tMIII nfe hate fca altlltt etet etetThat
j That Man k wi t I a aHaIr MM esisHalt
Half a hundred guld Scots members of ofthe orthe ofe
the th e Caledonian Club of Washington and andtheir andtheir
their t guests sat t bowsing bow ln at the nappy nappyat aappyat
at a t the Hotel Reuter Reut r until the w wee 18ehours e seat wnahours
hours h ours this th morning mornln commltmOratln commemorating with withsongs WithlOngs withong
songs s ong toasts tout and speeches the 14th an anniversary annverMry ¬
niversary n of th the birth of Robert nur nurbonnie Burns Burnsbonnle
i bonnie b Scotlands Scotlaed immortal bard bardGood bAnJGooil
Good cheer good song good speeches speecheand apeecheeaftd
and e nd good fellowship dominated the occa occasrfon occasion
srfon s lon The ch cheer r was U that of the High Highlands Highlands ¬
j lands l nds the songs mostly mo U those of Burnt Bur Burthe Burntthe
the t he speeches eulogies of the peasant poet poetand poetand
and a nd his Id land and the good fellowship tellovBhlpAmertean
American A merican As the hours waxed xed and waned wanedthe wa watho wanedhe
the t ts he songs followed one another anoJher in quick quicksuccession quick8ucceulon quickuccession
succession s Scots Wha Hai HI Wr Wallace WallaceBled Wallaceled taUaeeBled
Bled B led Blue Dells of Scotland Comin1 Comin1Thro ComtnThro
Thro T hrer the Rye Annie Laurie A Hun Hundred Hundred Hunred ¬
dred d red Pipers an A At and Banks o Loch LochLomond LochLomond Lochomoibel
Lf Lomond L omoibel were re among those that rang
from f rom the throats of the banqueters dun dunUte during
the t he evening eveningThe eYenln eYenlnConJrclIutcll
ConJrclIutcll Are Henr HenrTIM lienriL
The principal speakers ker8 of the evening eveningwere eftIItnlwere eveningere
were w ere Qongreeeman Con tMlftan John Lauderdale LauderdaleKennedy LalclenlaleKennedy
Kennedy K KP esmedy of Omaha Nebr NebrI Congressman CongressmanPhUitp
KV PhUitp I P hitlip Ultp P Campbell of Kansas x and a T TV TV
V Powderty former United States Im Immigration JrRmIltiOllC
migration mIltiOllC m CommIssIoner Aer Dr Thomas ThomasMiller Tho ThoUller
Miller M iller officiated as toastmaster and andBetween an aniNtWefIn
Between h each course eou of the repast repastfrom repeatfrom
from oysters or Caller Au fra fraLong traLong ra
Long L ong Island on haf shell hell as they theywere therwere
were w ere denoted on the menu u cart CarL U to uA uAIuekl A AiluckU
h iluckU Iuekl iuckle KeMwck oAynbre o Ayrshire Cheese and andAnlther andAJaither andAnither
Anlther wee we Bessel 0 Gienieirttt to tokeep tokeep
keep k eep a a doon there was as either a song songrecitation 808 808reelWotlon <
recitation r or speech to entertain ttatn the thefeasters utten
feasters feastersCongressman ttenCon seaters
Congressman Con Campbell was first to toeulogize touIo
eulogize e uIo ze Burns He paid PIklhaadaolM handsome tribute tributeto
to t o to that great soul that reached out outand outand Outnd
and a nd touched humanitys heart Mr MrCampbell Mrampbell r rCam
Campbell Cam C 1I referred to Burns M the Oral ftrtpreofdent Oralresident t tK8CiIIdent
preofdent p resident of the square deal society In Inclosing IncIoaIng
closing c Mr Campbell anologtaed ap lQtlld for hear JevIng 1evIftl hearag
Ing l ag early tiT and quoted from one of Burns Burnspoems Du Dupoems Burnsoems
poems p oems
poemsteneh
Head Original Verses VersesMr VerulIMr
Mr Powderly told of his visit to Burns Burnsbirthplace Bumsblrtbplaee
birthplace b at Ayr and read original verses verseswritten venesrttten t
written rttten in honor of the great singer iR r a aquatrain aquatralD a
quatrain q 3tfl of which appears above aboveCongressman aboveCoqreMman
Congressman Kennedy eloquently and andf a4dtMIIDstY
f eetfngty told of Its boyhood on a farm in inAyresMrt taAyrealatre
AyresMrt A where be could see from the theflekis tMftekb
flekis fl ekis he worked orked In the sunkkwed top topof topor
of o f the monument erected In honor bo of the theport thepGft theoet
port p oet Mr Kennedy ailed attention to the thefact tMract thisact
pf fact f act that there is JtO o man whose birthday birthdays
is I s more widely Wldel celebrated ebrated than that t at of ofBurns oCBurna
Burns Wherever Wh r vtr the English language languageto i
to I i spoken said Mr Kennedy they Nor worship Norttlp
ship s hip tonight tonl < ht the name of him In whose whosehfenor WhOMwe
hfenor h por we are gathered gatheredThe gatheredThe
The T e Congressman Co n exonerated Burns for forihoM fortIaoM foehoee
ihoM t hoee things m ta 1 ht h his life lit that st are least leasteommemocftt 1eaatHe leastcemmemoetuted
eommemocftt He H was human k said saidMr
Mr Xr JpannMT L Letbfls t Wta who w is bIv bIvIIfiI wtthput wtthputsin wtUrul wtUrulth
sin cut l the first stone ittin M i Bartifc Mr MrKennedy ltlrKeIIAMT Mrkennedy
Kennedy kennedy quoted from th tM Scotch bard bardThen nl nlTIIaa
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The tar v 3 sawt IIUCTo ag a teana keisu maac maacSentiment
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Sentiment ought o t to rule toe world worldconcluded worldcondUded
concluded Mr Kennedy and It la fitta fittathat Ittltas Ittltasthat tLIn
that t once at t taut every mr we should ab08Idldve shouldgive I
give g ive sentiment full tway twayFLETOEER n nFLETOHER
FLETCHER GUILTY OF MURDER MURDERFirst URDERFlrllt
First Decree Sentence Modified l lT lTSn lrSuggestion y ySnfKc
SnfKc Sn Suggestion Jcrttioli tioii of Innaiilty InnaiiltyTAe InnnltyI1te
TAe The jury in the case of Charles ChI D DFletcher DF1e DI
Fletcher F1e her colored coJor who waa tried in inJustice InJustice It I
Justice J ustice Staffords court for murder in inconnection IAonneotion I
connection c with the death of his hi wife wifeDelia vIC vICDeUa wifeDells
Delia Fletcher returned a Verdict of ofguilty oCnty ol olguilty
guilty nty of murder in the first degree degreeyesterday degreeyeterday degreeI
yesterday evening after tter having hYI been beenout beenout beerOUt I
out since sl e noon noon The Jury however howeverrecommended howeerr howeverI
recommended r to the court that stepbe lite litetaken step stepse I
be b e taken to ascertain the sanity of ofFletcher ofFtetcher a aFletcher
Fletcher before final sentence M pro pronounced prGnounctd pronouneed ¬
nounced nouncedCALLS nounctdOALLS
CALLS ACTORS HYPOCRITES HYPOCRITESRev
Rev Re Arthur DIxon Handles nnneII I Stnpre StnpreFolk StnJeoJk StngFolk
Folk oJk Without lthont GloveChicago GloellChka Glove
Chicago Chka Jan JallTIM 31The Tne st stsie S rec receiver rooeloorou receiverough lvA lvArough I
rough rou r h handling bandUn in a sermon by Rev Ar Arthur Arthur Arhur
thur t hur DIxon at the Moody Mood Institute In Utute to tonight tonltlt tonight ¬
night nightIt nltltIt
It is the symbol of unlicensed liberty libertythe libertytM libertyhis
the t his clergyman declared And every ac actor actor actsr ¬
tor is a a hypocrite his profession lGn makes makeshim makeshim makeehim
him so It It18 is the churchs purpose to tomake tomake ii iimake
make men real and establish their char character chara ¬
actor a ttr It Is the stages 8 ges purpole to make makethem makethem a
them false and to degrade degradeLn degradeLast
Ln Last t Ilcechcr Child Dead DeadHartford DenelHartford DeadHartforO
Hartford Conn C nn Jan 2Glra Mrs Isabella IsabellaBeecher Ibenaneechff I
Beecher neechff D echer Hooker the last of the children childrenof childrenoC t
of Rev Re Lyman Beecher sister of Henry HenryWard HenryYanl P
Ward Beecher B her and Harriet Beecher Stowe Stowedied Stowedl
died dl I at her hOme me here at 2 J JI 31 oclock this thismorning thlalIng thu thumorning C
morning Ing She was born in Utchneld Utchneldn UtchJleldCo1In LitehileldCcin
Co1In n on February F ruary 22 2 USSL Death fol followed folIoed ¬
lowed h a stroke of paralysis paral about a ut two twoweeks twow twecv i
w weeks cv eks eks ago It o IShe She leaves two daughters daughtersShe daptersShe daughtersf
She was well 1 weI known as an advocate of ofwomans oCwomans o owomens f
womans suffrage suffrageSentenced suII suIISentcncce1 sufthgeSentenced
Sentenced to He hanged HanpedNewark HnnleelNevark hangedNewark
Newark N Na J Jan 25 5lnmk Frank Banusik Banusikconvicted Danuslkcon 3anuslkconvicted
convicted con td of of1murder murder murd r in the fret degree degreeheard degreheartl degreeheard
heard the death sentence tenee passed upon uponhim up epothim n nhim
him by Judge Jud Ten Eyck in the Court of ofOyer oCO o o03er
Oyer O r and Xerininer shortly after ft r noon noontodayfor noontod4 noottodayfor
todayfor tod4 for the t second time The date for forhie forhie to tohis
hie banging was fixed for February Febru FebruaryBanualk r 7 7Banusik 7Banualk
Banualk was 4 convicted of the murder of ofThomas orThomAS o I IThomas
Thomas Ho 110W at Bloomftekl N J JCaptain JCnlltnh JCaptaicts
Captain Slayer Goes insane IimnncPortland In insanePortland nuc nucPortland
Portland fele Ie Jan 26 25EImr 25Elmer Elmer Maxwell Maxwellwho Maxwellwho Maxwellwho
who in IMS I Killed on shipboard Capt CaptGeorge CllptGeor CaptGeorge
George Geor e Batsley Baisle of the schooner J B BCandison BCandlsen BCandisen
Candison and nd was convicted of man manslaughter J 3nlaughtr manslaughter ¬
t
slaughter kind nd sentenced ntenced to the State Stateprison Stateptison Stat Statprison
prison for kight I lght ht year years earC is IMItate and to tomorrow tomorrowfll tomorrowwftl
morrow morrowfll < wll be i transferred to the Gov Government Governmht GovernmOtit ¬
ernment lisahe It tsehe Hospital in Washington WaehingtOnDi WashingtonBhiltol raehfnstonDJJhol
Di DJJhol hop Stangc Very Y r IH IHSL JlISt IllSt
St Pau pauf Minn Jan 36 iKtahop Bishop Will William WIIIlam Willlam ¬
lam Stange of Fail alJ River Mass i is in incritical a acritical Acritical
critical condition cnelltlon at St St MArts Hospital Hospitalat
at Rochl4t Rochester r Mimi A telephone t lpbon8mHSRgl lpbon8mHSRglthis message messagethis msssgthis
this moriing rnonfn mori4ng says s ys he is likely to die The Thecrlste Thecrt91s Tb Tbcrisis
crisis wlf 1 be b reached within twentyfour twentyfourhours twentyfourhours twentytonhours
hours He l1e was operated on for a tumor tumorKilled tumorhUcd tumorKLh1ed
Killed hUcd Over Ocr Card Came CameChlcag GameChicag I
Chlcag + Jan 25 5In In a quarrel over Yr a agame a agenie
game of cards seventeenyearold Alex AlexSallnsky AI AlesSllnsky x xSallnsky
Sallnsky shot and instantly killed Voichk VoichkStok VoichkStok VoichiStoic I
Stok a man twice his age 1tg tonight tonightSalinsky tonightSaUnsky tonighiSahinsky
Salinsky wag arrested He pleads self selfdefense selfdefense i idefense
defense defenseSpnninli defenseSpnulllh defenseSpanish
Spnninli Chief Admiral is Dead DeadMadrid DendMftdrldt DeadMadrid1
Madrid Mftdrldt Jan 25 3iAdin Admiral n Jose J Be Benuigor B BnlngQr Beranger
ranger the he head of the Spanish Sp lSh navy D8 nav navt1iu Y Ytll1
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BIG B IG LUMBER YARDS YARDSDESTROYED YARDSDESTROYED
DESTROYED BY FIRE FIRECONTIXUBDFKOM FIRECOxTnuJ FIRECONTIcUXDFltOt
CONTIXUBDFKOM COxTnuJ o FJtO FIRST PAGE PAGElimee lGKu ItGltmes
limee u mes the firemen wore driven back from fromtheir fromhete
their t hete advanced jWBkfon by a renewed renewedburst newM newMlttIMJt
burst b urst of ofesergy energy on the part rt of the names namesbat dames damesbitt flamesnt
bat li lim nt on each occasion they gradually graduallymade graduallylIMUle graduallyade
liIn made m ade up the ground lost fighting every everyInch everyIDch everych
Inch In ch of the way wayExpenMlve wayExucnKhe wayExpensive
Expensive Lumber IOHt IolltIt IostIL IOHtIt
It wag an inspiring as a well as a humor humorous humorous humorde ¬
ous o de sight lit to lee see them advance over and andunder andunder andnder
under u nder sheds and piles of lumber grap grappling grappIIn grapIng ¬
pIIn pling t Ing with the vibrating hose silhouetted silhouettedagainst Jdlhouettedapln silhouettedgainst
against a t the flame llamea Practically PmcUcanyan nil the thelumber thelumber theumber
lumber l destroyed was wa of the most ex expensive expeve oxnsive ¬
pensive pe nsive sort ort being < of high d h grade rade hard hardwood hardwood bardood ¬
wood w ws ood This brought forcefully tore uUy to the theminds themlads theinds
minds m wm ww inds of the lumber merchants all of ofwhom orhorn ofhom
whom w horn were on th the scene the great greatscarcity TeatICarct greatearelty
scarcity s of o lumber lum er particularly in this thisvicinity thl thlyJclaity thisicinity
i vicinity v icinity Mr Wimeatt said that he had hadjuet hadjuet hadust
J juet J > ust that afternoon been discussing dWcatn the theshortage thetrtap thenags
Ji
i shortage nags with his colleagues in the bust busits buslUp bustUpon
trtap = ts
tsUpon Upon It Inquiry he stabwl that in his hisopinion hisottlnlon hispinion
opinion o the loss would not be beeau cause for a afamine afand aamine
famine fand f His Ru fathers father Arm has been hard hardpressed hardpr hardessed
pressed pr essed to meet an a ever Increasing de demand demand demend ¬
mand and the difficulties of obtaining obtainingstorage obtainingMora obtainingorags
storage Mora M orags t space for the large arge quantity quantityhandled qWintityhndIM quantityandled
handled h It has but recently made ap application appltcatlon tiplIcatlon ¬
plication p to the District authorities 8 for forpermiMlon Coron forermission
permiMlon p ermission on to encroach h upon the streets streetsin streetsn tr trin
in i n the vicinity of it I yards 11 and upon up n gov government government govrnment ¬
ernment e reservations The storage < e dUD difficulty dUDculty dimulty ¬
culty c ulty in a measure me Ure accounts aceoun for the great greatkMs great1oIIIt greatiss
kMs k iss th the lumber being in plies some of ofit e eit
j it thirty feet high highFIREBOAT highFIREBOAT highFIREBOAT
FIREBOAT DOES GOOD WORK WORKPrevents WORKPrevcnts WORKrevents
Prevents P revents Flames from Spreading SprencHn to toThrrt toThree
Three SIIIIIM SliJi > tail Wharves Wimarv VhnrtIIThat ems
That more damage was not done by the theAre thelire there
Are ft re was 1 due to the promptness with withwhich withwhich withhich
which w hich the FlreAghter the Mreboat that thath thathtb thatds
h htb ds been recently reeentl1DUt put into service re responded re8PO repoaded ¬
sponded 8PO s cJecI to the alarm alarmAlthough alarmAltAo alarmAlthough
Although AltAo the blase was well under way waywhen wayhets ay ayWhew
when w hets tk thj > tug arrived ani on the scene five fivelines Jlnlines fivena
lines ll na of Sfelach IDCb hose were ere gotten out and andthe andUte ande
the th e monitor pipe which hi stationed at atthe atthe athe
the t he bow was put Into play The boat was wasplaced wasIaced waslaced
placed p laced at the extreme east end of o the therow therow theow
row r ow of burning buildings alklJtgs and confined its itsefforts It Itdor itsfforts
efforts dor e to preventing three ships which whichwere whichwere whichere
were w ere anchored at the wharves from fromcatching fromatching rom romcatchl
catching catchl c fire and to keep the names flames from fromspending rromranl fromperang
spending a perang ranl ta t the adjoining buildings buildingsThe bul1dlnpThe buildingsThe
The Firefighter which bleb te under the thecommand thecommand theommand
command c of T J Brown Brot was brought broughtinto brou broughtnto ht htInto
into i nto service rvlce a year ago a last July being beingchristened I Ihristened I Ichr18teae4
christened c by the daughter dau ter of Commie CommlIo Commiabner
sion a bner r West Sine SI Since that time it has never nev neveroost r rfa
been b oost in action in a serious Are until last lastapt lastight
ni apt n ight ht
aptFIVE
FIVE ALARMS AL MS SOUNDED SOUNDEDBrotiRht SOUNDEDDronJbt SOUNDEDrought
BrotiRht B rought Out All Fire Apparatus and nnlPolice I IPolice
Police Reserve of City CityFrve Cft CftFlTe CityFive
Five alarms were sounded bringing out outall outall outll
all a ll of the Are companies of the city cityproper cityproper elt eltroper
proper p and all of the police reserves retl e8 The Thethree Theth ThEhree
three th t suburban companies from Tennal Tennallytown Tennal17towD Tennalytowu
lytown l Brfgbtwood twood and Tacoma T eoma were werehurried wereurried re rebunted
hurried h to the city to cover the business businesssection bustnessHCtIoa buslnesection
section s of the town in case qf emergency emergencyThe eme emergencyhe ency encyTIM
The T he water tower responded on the first Arstalarm IIrtalarm firstlarm
alarm a larm but owing owl to the character of the thefire theAre there
fire Are fi re It was w not brought into play playAll playAJI playAll
All along alon Water street lines U of hose hosewere hOIl hOIlweft hosewere
were run over fences through ruildlngs rulldlngsae uildlngscross
across ae a streets and coiled hi every imag imaginable ImagInabJe imagnable ¬
inable I position and it is estimated that thatfully thatfully thatully
fully f twenty streams of water ater were play playing playag ¬
ing t ag on the flames ilsIn at one De time timeTHOUSANDS urn urnTIrOJrSAR7S timegoss
TIrOJrSAR7S THOUSANDS WATCH W ATCIt FIRE FIREJotnt FIRElreenaIJt FIREi FIREreenipt
i
lreenaIJt P I Lumber naher Plies
reenipt anti Cars nfa nfaJY I Ijolnts
Jotnt JY int for forOhervntlon forOhervntlonThe Observation ObservationThe
The reflection from tromthe the lire which could coulds couldeeft t tr
b s r seen all over the klty city drew thousands thousandsfn tbouandstrem S Sram
fn trem t ram m every Overy part jlMtof of Washington In the theImmenee th thIII1aIeMe thmmesime
Immenee I mmesime throng welldressed men and andwomen an anWOIIIeft armoesen
Iw
women w oesen could be seen rubbing elbows with withthe Wit winIp l lInbabltallts
the t Ip inhabitants of Dc the river front In an aneffort 8neUort am amffort
effort e to secure some potot of vantage vantagefrom VlUltagefrom vantagirom
from f rom which to view the blaz blazlumber b bLumber blszLumber
lumber piles pi fences and sinything IJi urthin else elsethat eLsehat IR IRtbat
that t would ou14l serve as places pIacesfrom from which the theflre theftre th thfire
fire could be more readily seen were wereeagerly were wereagerly I
eagerly e sought u ht by the spectators and andthese aneltbNe an I Ihese
these t places were crowded to their ut utmost utmost ¬
most capacity while some of the more moreadventurous morea4veatvro1M more4vtfl0ns
adventurous spirits hits dte defied the efforts of ofthe o f fhe
the t he police to keep tb tIem tem m back and col collected coleeled 01 01lecte4 ¬ I
lected h at the v very ry edge of the tbe burning burningbuildings burninibUildings
buildings buildingsProm bUildingsFrom leIFro leI I
Prom Fro all of the streets reets eeti iuad and avenues avenueswhich avenuewhich venufSwhich
which led W to the lumber yards people peoplewere peoplewere I Iwere
were seen coming coenta ht ears ean carriages and andon AndOft mane manefoot
on foot f all easer edger to get to the scene of ofaction ofutton 0 0ndtlon
action At all l of the streets leading into intoWater Intoatft inteWater
Water atft street the police were stationed stationedand statlolllclUtI MUOidsad
and it was only with the greatest l8lt dUll difficulty 41111ulty dUlluity ¬
culty t ulty thai t the immense crowd cro d was held heldIn heldin I In
In i n check checkA cheeknUUthr
A number of men congregated con esateft on the theplatforms theplaUo the theplatforms C
platforms plaUo and steps ste of the passenger passengercars JIUftDercant r
rS
cars which were In the railroad sldtnpdtrectly sidingidkectly ridings ridingsdirectly S
directly north of the lumber yard As the theflre tbelIre the C
CS
lIre waxed fiercer the crowds on the thecars thecars the thears S
cars c ars became remarkably demonstrative demonstrativebreaking demonstrativebre4d nstnttYe nstnttYebreakItJ
breaking bre4d In their enthusiasm several of ofthe oCtile o C Cthe
the windows of the th cars where they were werestationed wereIJteti wee a astationed
stationed stationedWhile IJteti stationedWhile
IJtetiWillie
While the are was at t Its height he ht a num number numr numbar ¬
bar r of the spectators attempted < to toMruh1tn torue U Uruah
Mruh1tn rue ruah tf1 tite ponce or rather r to get past pastthe puttbe pee t the
the t he officers and closer to the names namesTh ftamee ftameeT famesTheir
Th T Their < lr efforts however were frustrated frustratednly fru rItatXatOdonly
nly a few escaping the vigilant vt t police poMceand peMceand policeand
and the majority were forced cocos to join the thethrong thethroag the a ahrong
throng t again againThousands a againThumands Jn JnTtwuIIanc18
Thousands lingered 1in ered until long after 1 1oclock 1oc 1oclock
oclock oc k and the street ears going to up uptown upton upown ¬
town t own districts were in consequence consequencepacked coft equenceck a apecked
packed ck about that time Although the thecars thecars the S Scars
cars were re crowded from roof to run running rubnin running ¬
ning nin board board hundreds were forced f reed to towalk towalk ti
walk home and many complaints compl tRw will willdoubtless wil m mdoubUdil 1
wilI
doubtless be heard tomorrow in regard regardto regare regareto I
to the inadequacy of the street ear sys system sst systern ¬
tem t m
Great mGreat GreatSewing Sacrifice SacrificeIN C
IN INSewing
Sewing SewingMachines 00
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We Vf c must vacate leat our building by byTuesday byTUEsda byTuesday
Tuesday TUEsda January 2 29 when carpen carpenters carpenters carpenters
ters will start tearing down downIn duwnoi uwn uwnOnly
Only oi 16 Left LeftIn
In perfect ptrf t condition Machines Machinesthat Machinestht Machinestht
tht sold o1d for oliO iO and 60 SO Latest Latestmodels LatestmodtI Latestmodels
models Closing out price prlc SIO SIOBaar 10 10BaarSewioglacliineGo 10llaar
BaarSewioglacliineGo Baar Sewing Sewin Machine Go Co927FStTLW
927 927FStTLW 927FStTLWFor F St M W WFor WFor
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ELLISTON ELLISTONWILD
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and cure for Coughs Coughsfolds coughsolds oughs oughsroJds
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T 1 CREDIT FOR ALL WASHINGTON WASHINGTONOur WASHINGTONTHE WASHINGTONTHETIME
j I THE THETIME THETIMEISCROWING TIME TIMEIS
IS GROWING ISCROWINGSHORt GROWINGSHORT
SHORT SHORTOur
Our great January Sale is israpidly israpidly israpidly
rapidly drawing to a dose doseMany close1lilny dootTslny
Many have taken advantage of ofit ofit ofit
it and secured moneysaving moneysavingvalues moneysavingvalues moneysavingvalues
values and there ther are ar still a abig alig
1 big number of splendid bar barI bargains bargains
I gains to be disposed of AU AUI Ankinds Allkinds
I kinds of Furniture Draperies DraperiesFloor DraperiesFloor DraperiesFloor
Floor Coverings Coy rings and other otherI otherhomefurnishings otherhomefurnishings
I homefurnishings are included includedg
g in the price reductions r uctions for forI foreverytlung
I 1 everything in our entire es establishmcnt 6 6tablishment establishmeut
tablishmcnt is reduced for this thissale thissale thissale
sale
Even at the sak prices we ftshall weshall
I shall be f glad lad to arrange r ugt easy easyterms y yterms
t 3 terms of credit crediLPeter creditPeter
j j Peter Grogan rogan
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Of your feet fef > t against inclement inclementweather InclementweathCr inclementweather
weather is absolutely abMlutf > Jy guaranteed guaranteedby
by having us repair rt > palr those old oldshoes oldhoes oldshoes
shoes > By removing the old heel heeland beetand heeland
and sole and replacing < them wjth withan wjthan wJthSfl
an entire new bottom leaves pool positively potlly pooltirely ¬
tively no possible chance of there therebeing therebeing therebeing
being a weak wf > ak ppot in the entire entiresole entiresole entiresole
sole Our materials and methods methodsare methodsare methodsare
are the best bestWHOLE belttWHOLE bestWHOLE
WHOLE SOLE AND HEEL HEELLadles HEELLadies HEELLadles
Ladles 125 Mens Men 150 150National 150National
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