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THE m WASHINGTON HERALD VAT THURSDAY TTRSDAY FEBRUARY 7 1901 19O
GET flFF uM ET NEW NEW NE flliH nTTTJEB UlnM OLIVER TJTft BID BIDG fill fillGovGriimoiitOfficialaEeceive
GovGriimoiitOfficialaEeceive GovGriimoiitOfficialaEeceiveList G OV ovriimciit rnmcllt Officials Receive ReceiyeList ReceiveList
List of of oUlis His Associates AssociatesBIG ssociatos ssociatosBIG ssociathsBIG
BIG CONTRACTORS WITH HIM HMCertificates HIMCertlficntes
Certificates from Trust Companion CompanionArc Conlpnnicrc
F Arc rc Produced Showing rnnnina rnnninaConstruction PnnnmaConHtructlon PanamaConttructIon
Construction Company Has Depos Deposited DepOlHe Depoited ¬
ited He loO000 In Cash with Them ThemDocnmentN ThcmDocumentH Tlicni1ioenmenhi
DocumentH DocnmentN Are Being Examined ExaminedThe BxnmlDceIThe lixaminedThe
The completed pleted Md of William J Oliver Oliverand Oltverand Oftverand
and hto sI associates aic tes for the construction constructionof
of the Panama P Canal aJI was wa handed to the theIsthmian theIsUuwiaR theIsthman
Isthmian Canal Commission lott yesterday yesterdayjust y4erdJjust tenIayjust
just before fore the expiration of the tenday tendayperiod tenclaYr1ocI
period r1ocI within Wttbln which Mr OHver was wasobliged wuobl Walobliged
obliged obl to comply with tA the theof requirements requirementsof
of the government to t obtain considera consideration eouIcIeratlon conaIdertion ¬
tion of hta hI proposal proposalMr propoeaJMr proposalMr
Mr Olivers showing comprised the thearticles theartleln theartIck
articles of incorporation of the Panama PanamaConstruction PanamaCon
Construction Con trutUott Company with a capital capitalof capitaloC L
of 9SfiM6Gi i > certificates of deposit from fromtrust fromtrust fronitrust L
trust companies showing bowtn that aiOO flfiCOWI in incash Incash
cash 51 had been deposited with them by bythe bytbe bythe
the company and nd certificates from other othertrust othertru othertrust
trust companies guaranteeing Olivers Oliversbond OlIversbond OHver OHverbond
bond for S6C060W S6C060WQenoral oooo ooooqeneral OOOOO
Qenoral Counsel Rodgers of the Canal CanalCommission CaulCommlll8lon canaCommiaslon I
Commission is encaged in examining e the thedocuments thedocumea
tiwI
documents submitted by Mr r Ottver and andwill andwill I
will report to Secretary Sccrc ry Taft T1at today todaywhether toywhether todaywhether r
whether the terms of the government governmenthave SOyer gevernmenlhave ment menthae
have been met There will be a a White WhiteHouse WhIteHOIUm Wh1tIouao
House conference conertmee today for the purpose purposeof purposeof purpO purpOof
of determining what whatprocedure procedure the nov government lOvernment noveminent ¬
ernment intends to take No decision as asto asto a ato
to the acceptance or rejection of the theOliver theOIlVMbIcI tIMOliver
Oliver OIlVMbIcI bid will will be reached for some time timeas Umeas
timeL
as the government vernment intends to make a acareful acareful L
careful inquiry into the standing SOUtdI and andability andability n nablilty I
ability of those associated with Mr Oliver Oliverin onverin Olivein
in in Iris enterprise enterpriseIt
It was wa announced last night n t that even evenjf evenif I Iif
if this Inquiry was 8S favorable to the theOliver theOliver thi thitllver
Oliver interests t8 the government would wouldstill wouktstill I Istill
still reserve the right if it chose c to re reject 1e 1ejPCt iejeet ¬
ject the bid or take any course it deemed deemedproper deemedproper I Iproper
proper properIt
properStlucrl1JerM
Stlucrl1JerM for Stocl Stocl1t SfoekIt
It ht shown by 1 the documents submitted submittedby aubmlttedhy aubmittecby
by Mr Oliver that the subscribers for forthe forthe foithe
the stock toe of the Panama Construction ConstructionCompany ConstructloiCnnpaay
Company are II IICUInINUlT
AMU A To be paW paHPaid paWI paWIt pMPM
I Paid when he catted cattedK lhd
K It A Smith of Xvw yelL yelLJ JdUM ims ir irj WUM
J B M cI Maflasald DMMU of New Vwk Y YJob MUM MUMK l lJoha
Job Joha Pd oC N Yw Yedr YedrJo YsikF
K Jo a C St 5M T M of Nw sw Y Ys YsW nt mjm mjmw aw iIi iIiw
w J aim KMXTflfe Kaxil mjm mjmP
1 1P i4ee i4eeP e
P T Wahm 1 R A A Chester a CH CHAckert C IT ITAckert HAckert
Ackert P J J Brennan and Robert Rus Russell R Rn RnselL ¬
sell 11 JM 6010 tOl H > worth of stock stockTVKen HockTfin atoekw1fn
TVKen Tfin the eompany was s incorporated incorporatedthe
the mcorporaters subscribed for ro rowhkb MOO MOOwhich OO OOwhich
which brings brt the total amount paid paklln in to toHaOOCOt U Usijooco
HaOOCOt HaOOCOtIt 1508 1508It sijoocoIt
It shows also l that those who will be beoclate as associated a aoeIted ¬
sociated oclate < f with 1th Sir Ir Oliver in the construe construction construetlon contruetton ¬
tion of the canal if he hi awarded the thecontract thecontrac tIM tIMontract
contract are areJ areJ areJ
J B McDonald New York the builder builderof builderoC r rof
of the subway and a man of large experi experience exper1tnce expetience ¬
ence in h general enera1 construction work workJohn workJobn workJohn
John Pelrce Petree of New York and Maine a aman aman L Lluau
man of experience in heavy 7 masonry masonrywork maaGnI7ork aasonr r rwork
work ork and iid in the construction coJt truetJon of docks docksP docksP docksP
P T Walsh of Davenport D rt Iowa Iowa a apractical apractical r L Lpractical
practical staamshovel contractor ec eoatret r r on n a alarge alarge I Ilarge
large scale He has had long on experience experienceon
on masonry ma work including locks and anddams anddams an andams
dams damsRobert damsw damsRobert
w Robert Russell of Lynchbyrg L7DCbb Vs a apractical apractical I Ipractical
practical steamshovel steam hovel and tunnel con contractor contractor eontractor ¬
tractor He has had large experience to toconcrete Inconcrete Ii t tconcrete
concrete and mason work workP workP workP
P J Brennan of Washington Vtda Oft D C Ca Caconcrete a aconcrete i L Lconcrete
concrete expert and skilled in general generalcontracting seaeralcontracting genera 1 1contracting
contracting work workW workW
W 1 H Sayre of the International InternationalDredging InternationalDredging 1 1DredgIng
Dredging Company of New Ne York YorkJ YorkJ YorkJ
J H Gerrish of the Eastern Dredging t
Company of Boston BostonOliver BOtonOlhcr BetonOIlIer
Oliver Offers Sureties SuretiesMr SuretiesIr Suretiesg
g Mr Oliver offered the following foll 1iog sureties S
ana and each of the companies notified the thecommission thecomml thecommission
commission lon that it was wilting to exe execute e exeeute e ecute ¬
cute the bonds in various varto amounts and andassume andassume andassume
assume contingent liability in default of ofsecurity ofsecurity ofsecurity
security in the amount a nt of 2R per cent t of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the primary participation The surety suretycompanies oretylompanJes
companies are areKcyateM areK areKe
KcyateM K Ke BQMHMK sls GMIMUV lit f 1 1pba PlnTadel PlnTadelphia Pbdltjbj
phia pbaTitle tjbj MMW
Title Ottanoty MM MId Secwrny OMMSMO OpySevM of ofs
s SevM n ioa PE 1fickm MN MNFidelity
Fidelity fickm wrf Dtpa I Dsp rt OoaapMajr el 1 8 1Wti 1Wtimare flltImore ni ninore
mare maret moreFedsal 4HtMI 4HtMIFedentl
t Fedentl J u Unit 6wy Oeapay 0 JaB JaBapona J JJ JPfOIIIa >
apona poI ltt lai J mi miPeovirt
Peovirt Sumy tt CMpnar Ntw Y yEapiN YciaW fc Mtl
EMPM Sort ciaW StoMftjr CowpMT Xw Y Yert YertM rk XKJiM XKJiMThey 5O
M a tcIII lit litThq
They give a a contingent ent < bond of ofto J6MOM J6MOMto N Nto
to protect the government in the event eventof eventIIC eventUt
of the failure of any any of the surety com companies companle cornp4n1os ¬
panies paniesThe panleThe p4n1osThe
The following followi trust companies COI lMlnHs have havesent havent haves4nt
sent nt to the commission lon certificates of de del de deposita doposh
l posh > osits in the amount of 1 1GMOM which whichJiave whichhave whichhave
have been placed with them by the Pan Panama PtUIma Panma ¬
ama ma Construction Company The amounts amountsare aRlOulltJIt
are t re as follows followsTrust followst followsTrust
t Trust CoMpany of America Arie AiierlcsKnkkrr S19JM S19JMKnickerbocker
Knickerbocker KB Trwt Ooaapmy ecp ecpfoJeaial jtt jttokwial
okwial < Trat TT CoamMiy of New Y Yt tfc 2SMM 2SMMWindsor
Windsor W Wed iach Tract Tr Cowpaay CAMpa CAMpaMr CopayMr Mtt9 Mtt9Mr
Mr Oliver has ba agreed to furnish to the theanal thenal theanal
anal nal Commission today to y a statement of ofth o othr oftht
th thr < > > contracts which hlch have been completed completedI
I hy > y those who will m be associated a with Ith him himand himl
and l d the contracts upon which hleh they are arenow arenow
now ow engaged entA This statement will also alsogive alsove alsogive
give ve the resources re of his associates a the theextent
f I txtent of their plants and the personnel personnelof per personnelof onnel onnelof
of their working forces forcesFRAITK forcesPRANK forcesPRANK
PRANK JAMES TURNS FARMER FARMERKxlmrtdit FARMERExlmndit FARMERExhiandlt
Kxlmrtdit n Successful Bidder lc1tlcr for forGovernment lorGoernmcnt forGovernment
Government Lands LandsFrank LnnelsFnuak LandsFrank
Frank James who with his brother brotherJesse brotherJe brotherq
q Jesse Je James was w once engaged In the thegentle thegentle thegentle
gentle art of of holding up p Western Westerntrains Westerntrains Vesterntrains
trains and making the passengers hand handover handover handover
over their cash ca h proposes to follow the thepeaceful theeacetul thePeaceful
peaceful pursuits of a farmer In the thefuture tbefuture thefuture
future He bid on a farm in the Big BigPasture BI BIPasturo BigPasturo <
Pasturo in Oklahoma
which the gov government goveminent v vrnmfnt ¬
eminent auctioned off The award rd of ofthe oCj ofi
j i the tract traet to James was announced at attho atthe t ttho
tho General Land Office O lce yesterday The Theformer Theformer Theformer
former bandit got the southeast quarter quarterof quarteror quarterof
of 355 3i 3 i south tk 1 west WMlt oil on what jwis VA vas the theComanche theConlancl1e theComanche
Comanche reservation r rvatlon He paid 2777 2777for 2777for 717 717for
for the land In recent r nt years James Jameshas Tallteshu Jameshas
has made money starting startl horse races at atcountry atcountry atcountry
country fairs In Missouri and I IA Kansas KansasA
A proposal opened o ned yesterday at attracted attracted attrtLcted ¬
tracted the attention of the authorities authoritiesIt authorttlesIt
It wa was v from Mrs Adell Add French of ofSouth oCSo ofSouth
South So thMcAlestPr McAl McAlester ester Ind T Under UJa er the therules thcrules therules
rules governing the sale no person personcould personould personcould
could purchase more than ICO acres So Soanxious Soanxious
anxious was Mrs French to get t a farm farmthat farmthat farmthat I
that she bid on 2250 iO locations Her Herproposal H Herproposal r rproposal
proposal covered a sheet beet of paper papertwentyfour popertwentyfour
twentyfour feet long written on both bothsides bothsides bothsides I
sides Mrs French got t her farm farmAppoints farmAipoliiCs
I
Appoints New Xe Secretary SecretaryAssistant SecrctnryAs SecretaryAssistant
Assistant As Secretary of o the Navy N 7 Tru Truman Truman Truman ¬
man H Newberry Newborn has appointed apPGI tetl Joseph JosephL Jo eph ephI
4 L I Dwyer of Detroit to be his confidential confidentialsecretary eooftdent131peeretary eoodent1aIieeretsry
secretary succeeding IR < W B KllpatrJck KllpatrJckfor JfpatTlckfor
for many years In the Assistant Secre Secretarys SecretazyS ecre ecretsxyS ¬
tarys office who has resigned 1E ignM from the thegovernment theSVVetlment thegoverirncnt
government service to engage in business
DETAILS OF BIG SHIP SHIPMctcnlf SHIPIet SHIPMetcalf
Mctcnlf Iet aIf Tells of of Batteries and andDiiiittiifllonM onelJfmCnIlIOnH andIInienslons
DiiiittiifllonM of Proposed Monster MounterSome MonsterSome IonMtcr IonMtcrS9me
Some interesting details < relating to tothe tothe tohe
the t he proposed 38000 GOOton ton battle ship havebeen havebeen
been forwarded by Secretary of the theNavy theNavy theNavy
Navy Mvteelf to Senator Hale chair chairman chalrmaa chairsitu ¬
man of the Naval Committee C mndttee and were wereat wereat wereat
at his request rfMIul t ordered printed yester yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
day dayThe
The main battery of o the big bi ship > hlp Is Isto lato Isto
to consist of ten flInch breech breechloading broochodIng h hloadIng
loading I rifles rifles mounted in five electri electrically electrIcaUy eloetilwUy ¬
cally c controlled turrets on the center centerline centerIfoe centerine
line l ine Two of these are to be located locatedforward locatecIforward locatedforward
forward above the th forecastle deck the thesecond thesecond thesecond
second firing over the top of the first firstTwo ftratJwo flrstTwo
Two are to be located aft on the main maind maindk maindek
d dk rk on the same level and one one amid amidships AmldhllMl amidships ¬
ships hllMl firing over the two after turrets turretsTwo turretLTwo turretaTwo
Two torpedo torpec1otubu tubes are to be 10 located 10teel 10eateti ¬
cated teel below be ow the water line The Thesecondary hesecondary Thesecondary
secondary battery lsto consist of four fourteen fourteen fourteen ¬
teen 5Inch rapid fire guns pn on the thegun then thegun
gun n deck forming tormln two broadside bat batteries batteries batterles ¬
teries of seven guns each the corner cornerguns cornerlfUD1I cornergiins
guns having IulYl head and stern fire re respectively re reUvel iepeotIveIy ¬
spectively t Uvel four our J Ipounder pounder saluting salutingguns 8luU 8luUII sa1utInguns
guns II four 1 Ipounder 1 pounder semiauto semiautoguns semIautogtJAs semlautcguns
guns two 3Inch field plecju and andtwo andtwo L Ltwo
two machine guns of caliber 30 3 These Thesesmaller Theeesmallr Theecsmahlor
smaller guns P S are to be located in com commanding commlllJldh cornmandIn ¬
mlllJldh manding positions po with large unob unobstructed unobstructed unobstructed ¬
structed arcs of o fire fireThe ftreThe lireThe
The ship ships dimensions over all 11 are to tobe toDe t tbe
be De length 518 feet teet 9 inches Inehi beam 85 85feet fiteet S
feet 2 5S inches and draft with every everything everytlafac everything ¬
thing on onboard board 29 9 feet teet 5 inches inchesIS inch inchs inchsIS s sIS
IS AWARDED A W AltDED 6500 6500Mr 6500lUrol 65OOMrs
Mr Mrs Jennie Lowe Given DamagcM us usOutcome nlllOutcome a I IOutcome
Outcome of ofTcrra Term Cottti Wreck WreckCounsel WreckCounsel rreck rreckCounsel
Counsel consenting a verdict and Judg Judgment Judgment Judgwent ¬
ment for X50D was yesterday ye rendered to tofavor Infavor Is Isfavor
favor of Airs Jennie Lowe Lo administratrix administratrixof administratriof dmlnJ ratrtx
of the estate of her husband A A Lee LeeLowe LeeLowe LeLowe
Lowe who was 88 killed in the Terra Cotta Cottadisaster Cottadisuter Cottrdisaster
disaster against the Baltimore and Ohio OhioRailroad OhioRanroad OhkRailroad
Railroad Company Mrs r Lowe through throughher thlOUldlher I Iher
her attorney Charles J J Murphy brought broughtsuit brouptsuit t tsuit
suit to recover 1 16O 160lg Informing IAlonIaI the court courtthat eoarttbat couri I Ithat
that her husband left one child chI1cI Philip PhilipM PbWpM PbIU PbIULowe
M Lowe eleven years old oldJustice oldJustice oldTUStICe
Justice Gould yesterday granted letters lettersof lettersoC I
of 01 administration to Mrs Jennie Lowe Lowewho Lo Lowho Lowewho
who in her petition made the statement statementthat Statement Statementthat I Ithat
that her husband ht band who lost bIB life in the theTerra theTerra thi thiTerra
Terra Cotta wreck rock left no property ex except except cxcept ¬
cept the right of action against a certain certainrailroad eertaJnrailroad I Irailroad
railroad railroad company Attorneys Hamilton HamiltonColbert HamiltonColt HamiltonCoihert
Colbert Colt rt and nd Hamilton appeared for the therailroad thlrailroad tb tbrailroad
railroad company companyREAR companyREAR companyREAR
REAR ADMIRAL KAUTZ DEAD DEADSuoGiimfos DEADSuooumbs I
Succumbs After Short Illness While Whilein Whilein WhiliFlorence i
in Florence Italy ItalyWa ItalyU14 ItalyVns
Wa Vns U14 Distinguished Di tJngubhce Xnvnl ntul Ollicer OllicerDuring OJllccrDurln r rDurlnit
During Durln Civil War nr and had Pacific PacificCommnnd IncifleConininnd ueific ueificCommnne
Commnnd When Retired RetiredWord I RetiredWord ctlreel ctlreelWon
Word was received In Washington to yes yesterday JUteJday yeaterday ¬
terday that hear tear Admiral Xante of the theUnited theUnlWd theUnited
United States navy Y retired died sod suddenly au4deftly soddenly ¬
denly In Florence Italy after a short shortillness 8bortlime shortilinesa
illness The message was received ed by byhte byhis
his brotherinlaw Rear Admiral Hemp Hemphill Hemp1111I Hemphill
hill The body will in all probability be bebrought beht bebrought
brought ht to this country for burial burialAdmiral burIaJAdlnlral buriaLAdmiral
Admiral Kautz was sixtyaeven years yearsof yeanoC yearsof
of age He was graduated from the theNaval theNaYtl theNaval
Naval Academy to 18 111 1 During the thedvM thecJytl theclvii
dvM war he served 3erved on the th ships which whichwere wldcb1ftre whichwore
were engaged in blockading the tbebaa1torL Southern Southernharbors SouthrnIn
harbors la the early 7 pmrj 9Stcaptuved of the war warhe warhe
he was 1 captured but afterward was ex exchanged exchanged oxfor ¬
changed for two Southern prisoners rs who whowere wbwere wh whwere
were confined in Northern prisons prisonsHe riIJoDaHe prisonsHe
He was present at the siege of New NewOrleans NewOrJeau NewOrlens
Orleans and after aft r the capture of the city cftyby cityby Cityby
by the Union C aion army was put in command commandof cl clof
of the howitzers It was he who pulled pulleddown pulleddown pulleddown
down the Stars and aa Bars at New Ne Or Orleans OrJeans Orjns ¬
leans after the governor emor of that town townhad townhad
had refused d to strike his colors colors and raise
to their place the Stars and Stripes He Hewas Hewaa Hewas
was appointed captain and given ven the thecommand thecommaJHl thecomnd
command of the Albemarle in IMS DII5 and at atthe
the time of his retirement held the rank rankof rankof rankof
of rear admiral In command of f the Pa Pacific Paclftc Padde ¬
cific Squadron
POSTOFFICE Bill REPORTED REPORTEDCarries REPORTEDCarries REPORTEDCarries
Carries 20 = unUGSO O94 > 4 1080 = or o r 1772080 1772080Jlorc 1080Jlorc 172OSO3Iorc
Jlorc Iorc Than TIl n Current Bill BillRepresentative DiURepresentaUe BillRepresentative
Representative Overstreet of Indiana Indianachairman Indianachalnnan Indianahairman
chairman c of the postofilce committee conunltt re reported re reported yeported ¬
ported the postoffice posto tce appropriation bill billto biDto biflo
to t o the House yesterday The measure measurecarries meaaureca measurecarr1z
carries ca J3 Wn U1 4li Z which is J2754S12 1i41 more morethan morethan morehan
than t the original nal estimates of the depart ¬
mont ment and 1772090 1773 more than the appor apportionment apportionment apporionment ¬
tionment t for the current year 7 an increase increaseof melt8lleor
of 9W J per cent The report shows that thatthe t atthe thathe
the t he receipt receI for the fiscal year ttOS hIO were wereU werett
1 U 9 per cent over 3946 and andtltat that the record recordthus reconlthus racoMhus
thus t hus far indicates that the Increase this thisyear thisyear thisyear
year will be still greater greaterThere greaterThere greaterThere
There are three important recommenda recommendations IftIOIIImencIatlolUI recommendsthins ¬
thins In the bill as foHows foHowsIncreased followsIncrea8ed foHowsIncreased
Increased compensation to employs of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the service including Inclucll clerks city cltyanct cltyanctrural and andrural andrural
rural carriers and railway mail clerks clerksChanges clerkaChanges clerksChanges
Changes by the reduction of compensa compensation eompenatlon emnpenaaiect ¬
tion t iect for the transportation of QC mall 1 by oy rail railroads raUroads railAuthority ¬
roads roadsAuthority roadsAuthority
Authority for a general ra1 weighing and andcounting andcountl andounting
counting countl c of the mail malls by classes el for the tnepurpose thepurpoee thepurpose
purpose of obtaining obtainl accurate and definite definitedata deftattedata definitedata
data which may in the future prove a aproper aproper aproper
proper baste 1 for departmental estimates estimatesthe estimatesthe estimateshe
the t he creation of a commission to make a athorough athorOllKh ahorough
thorough t and exhaustive investigation of ofthe o othe ofhe
the t he Postoflice Department and postal postalservice poetalI postalservice
I service lenlce to ascertain what changes of ofmethods ormethocJs ofmethods
methods and organisation may be made madewhich madewhich madewhich
which may result re ult in the use of business businessmethods bustneametbod businessmethods
methods of a modern character and the thepractice thepractice thepractice
practice of greater eatM economies In the theservice theIIervtce theerv1ce
service servicePHILIPPINE IIervtcePHILIPPINE
PHILIPPINE FACTS WANTED WANTEDClay WANTEDClny WANTEDClay
Clay Asks Asl M Cost of Army Arm There and andns nnelas aiitlas
as to Progress Irogre I of Natives NativesThe XnthcJlJThe NatlvcsThe
The Secretary of War ar Is directed to tosend to8e tosend
send to the Senate full information con concerning concerning concorning ¬
cerning the expenses of the military oper operadons opecatIons j jatkms
atkms in the Philippines under uotter a resolu resolution rMOIuUon regoluticit ¬
tion offered In the Senate yesterday by bySenator bySenator bySenator
Senator Clay ClayThe CiqThe C157The
The resolution went over under an obj ob objection ohjection
jection from SenaUHySpooner The reso resolution resolution ionelution ¬
lution calls can for specific information as to tothe tothe tothe
the amount of money expended for equip equipment equipment equipment ¬
ment supplies and military mlUtal operations operationsin
in the Islands Js ands each year from July 1 1 3902 3902to 1tOto 3102to
to the present ent time the number num r of sol soldiers 801 801dlers aoldiscs ¬
discs now stationed there and how ho long longit JongIt longIt
it will be necessary to maintain an army armythere arlllYthere armythec
there thereThe thereThe thec thecThe
The resolution re also 180 cans calls for Informa Information Information Informstiofi ¬
tion as to what progress pro if any has hasbeen hasbeen baabeen
been made by the people of the Philippine PhilippineIslands PhilippineIslands PhilippineIslands
Islands in qualifying themselves fcr self selfgovrnm seJtgo selfgovtrn1Thfl
govrnm go govtrn1Thfl rnn1nt nt ntPHONE t
rnn1ntOKALON OKALON OKALONPHONE
PHONE WINE CO 614 614M 614M 6L4oi
M 998 n 14 425 425OLD S SOLD
OLD oi JORDAN JORDAKENTUKy KENTUCKY
SOURMASH WHISKY WHISKY93c WHISKY98c WIHSKY98c
98c a Bottle BottleRELI BottleREGtLAR
> 5 REGULAR RELI AR 125 1 yALta VA LrJC IT ITWAS ITWS
WAS MADE IX OLD ILl KEX KEXTTCKY KEXTFtKT KNTUCKT
4I TTCKY A pore bealtbJ besIthtgawl bemlthma bemlthmaJjllSCIAL Y IICaBd
awl a aSl aipetizIa whky whkyS1ISCIAL j
JjllSCIAL Sl CI1L FOIl TODAY TOD Y OXLY I
KAISER TRIUMPHANT TRIUMPHANTGOyerlllllellts TRIU1YIPIIMTTGoveriiuieiits
Governments Big Majority Majorityfor Majorityfor Majorityfor
for Colonial Policy PolicyCITIZENS PolicyOITIZBNSHOLD PolicyOITIZRNS
CITIZENS OITIZBNSHOLD HOLD CELEBRATION OELEBEATIONDemonstration OELBBRATIONDemoJlHtrl1Hon CELEBRATIONDemonstration
Demonstration nt Sight IN KitthuM KitthuMnitlc EntltnJIIInnUcIroccslon Enthualnstlclrocesslon
nitlc nnUcIroccslon Procession of Xciirlj Xcurl fiO000P00110 50OOO 50OOOPeople OOOO OOOOPeOIJlc
People March to Palace Sin SlnJtIIIJt rin Pa Pntrlolie Patrlotfc Patriolic
trlolie SonKH SongsP1gircN Flsrurcs on Election ElectionSo EJectionSo
So Far as Present Iloturns nt rlls Shovr ShovrBerlin Sb01TBerlin ShorBerlin
Berlin Feb 6 IEmperor Emperor William today todayte todayIs
Is to great reat good humor over the Ut result of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the rebailotmg rebatlot to the Reichstag Relcb tAg elections electionswhich olecUon1lIch alnet1oswhich
which 1lIch took place throughout throu hout the empire empireyesterday omplreyeatenlay empireyesterday
yesterday and the results of which em emphasised empha8twed emphaaised ¬
phasised the governments victory of ofJanuary orJAnuary ofThe
January 2S The Emperor had never wit witnessed wftsuch wititessed ¬
nessed such spontaneous lIPO neoua enthusiasm for forhimself forhlmaelf forhimself
himself as be did last night ht < when a pro procestfkm pfOcesdon procession
cession was formed 400W or EOOM iO OIN strong strongand atrongand strongand
and marched through the streets to the thepalace thepalace thepalace
palace singing The Watch on the theRhine tlaeRblne theIthine
Rhine and other patriotic songs 11011 nor norhad norheel norbad
had he f tt lt such unity of purpose e between betweenhimself betweenldlMelf betweenhimself
himself and the people peopleThe peopleThe peopisThe
The Emperor was returning tulllllnb to the pal palace palace palace ¬
ace Just before midnight after hearing hearinglecture a alecture alecture
lecture on turbine engines when he first firstmet tlrstmet firstmet
met the enormous crowds cnm s heading toward towardthe towartlthe towardthe
the palace Ills n automobile was sur surrounded surrounded surrounded ¬
rounded and he was hardly able to ad advance advaace adVance ¬
vance The people followed the Emperor Emperorto
to the palace where thousands were weremassed wereJIUUI8ed weresiaseed
massed In the Lustgarten Lu fronting the thecastle theeutle thecatie
castle eutleGfncrnmenttoI
Government Claims ClaimsThe ClnhllMThe CinlijisThe
The government now counts upon OR to toIt
210 21 members me of the Reichstag to support supportthe aupportthe supportthe
the colonial policy upon which the house housewas bowew housewas
was w dissolved The TIIeJnHltt present iwstUon of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the parties te as follow followc tollMIIUn
c CeMer CeMercenurvatlus Ur Un UnectheL W I
OosMrnthw ectheLLaI sj sjAcwtea p pAaa
Aaa aad LaI AaUusI AnUlaalMt r rl Oiao tb V VNitfcml I ISatimal
Nitfcml l atioaal Ufctnu UfctnuKadkftl LiIIenkGroaJI Lnshtadkni
Kadkftl Group M tISoda1iItL 4 I
shinty Soda1iItLlolea O O1oles I II
inks loleaJ inkshiir4mts 1 M MAJMoeLomiaen
J hiir4mts 11 a aUssh
11Lana
AJMoeLomiaen Lana T TUtripb 2UtIIripb
Utripb pvty i iLfeafch 1lMDiIIa I Iy
Lfeafch party y 1 1The 1The I IThedefeatofthsSoclslistsiptheKlug
The ThedefeatofthsSoclslistsiptheKlug defeat of the Socialist in tba King KID KIDdam ¬
dom of Saxony where they lost fifteen fifteenseats AfeenlINts ittteesseats
seats lINts caused astonishment astonishmentAmong utolDelltAI astonishmentAmong
Among OI1A the th new members of the Reichs Reichstag RetdI8taC Reickstag ¬
tag one of the most remarkable Is JJteot JJteotOen IAeutGeD 3AeUtOeii
Oen von Llebert Conservative president presidentof prusideniof
of the Imperial League against the Social Socialists scIa1whicla Sociallain ¬
lain which was formed in ttM and al already aJrMdJ 1 1ready ¬
ready has nearly 100000 100 i10fi members Next Nextto Nextto Nexito
to the Naval League the Imperial League Leaguete LeagueIS
te the most powerful organisation to Ger Germany Germaay Germany ¬
many It has unlimited supplies of money moneyaad messysad
ad Is supported chiefly by the rich Sfle Sflesian 00eaian Ie Iesian
sian industrialists industrialistsICIns lDduatrlallstIn industrialistsICing
ICing In of Saxony Plenscd
King Frederick Augustus A of Saxony to today today today ¬
day concluded a telegram te m to the mayor mayorof mayorof r ror
of Dresden congratulating contulatJ him on the re results renit resuits ¬
nit suits of the rebaUottng rebaJJotl in the Reichstag Reichstagelections ReIcbIIta ReIcbIItaeJectioBa Beichetagelections
elections yesterday as follows followsIt followsIt followsit
It te a pleasure to live now nowCHURCH 19 19CHUROH n9w n9wCHuRCH
CHURCH HOLDS MOCK TRIAL TRIALCliapiit TRIALCIIUIln TRIALCliapin
Cliapiit Brown IOMCI His Breach of ofof ofor ofof
of Promise Suit SuitAll SuitAU SuitAll
All of the property of the defendant defendantChawfn defendantChapin defendantChaplu
Chawfn Brown was awarded to the plain ptaintnT plaiRttJr plaintiff
tnT ttJr Miss dtss Jean Tracewell In the breach breachof breaoIaof breachof
of promise suit i tried at the Foundry M K KChurch BC1Iurcla EChurch
Church last evening the jury Ju decMtat decMtatthat deeNbIcthat deddlagthat
that had defendant married ptamtfff platntUrwouk she shewould shewould
would have got possession uoa of ail of bin htevaluable JtII5valuaWea binvaluables
valuables valuable and that k was wu therefore no nomore BOmore nomore
more than right and just at that she should shouldget shouldpt shouldget
get them any way wayThe wayThe wayThe
The mock trial began a shortly after 116 116uc1 SILand 16 16and
and from the time the court was called culledto calledto calledto
to order until the jury decided to I favor favorof taYOrof Layeror
of the plaintiff the large audience audleaeekept was waskept waskept
kept to a a continual uproar of laughter laughterCol auchterCol laughterCol
Col A V Newton Newt for the plaintiff plaintiffopened PIaJnU PIaJnUopened aInttX aInttXopened <
opened the case with a short summary summaryof summaryof
of what he intended to prove lIe read readto readto roadto
to the jury some of the short but im impassioned 118p hapasaloned ¬
passioned letters that the unfortunate unfortunatedefendant unfortuutedefendant unfortunatedefendant
defendant was alleged to have hav written to tothe tothe tothe
the plaintiff When the prosecution JIO rested restedits f8tedIa rentedIts
its case Henry E E Davis of Washing w 1 1ton j
ton a wellScnown local lawyer Jawy spoke spokefor
for the defendant defendantIn 8 8In I
In charging the jury Judge ce Could ex explained exI oxIgained ¬
plained the technicalities to them themI sayingthat saying
I that the plaintiff was the one 0 on with al always atways ¬
ways won and the defendant was the theone theofle I IoDe
one who always lost From the verdict verdictIt
It is evident that the jury fully under understood understood understood ¬ II
stood the terms as he explained them
PRESIDENT MAY MAYSEE SEE DRILL DRILLExhibition DRILLExhlhitlon DRILLlSxltIbition
Exhibition at Fort Hljer for or Ilouxh IlouxhHIdcrx ItouhIUflcrtc ItougliItiders
HIdcrx 3Iontiment Fund FundAn PlllulAn FundAn
An exhibition cavalry and artillerV artilieiy drill drillwill drtUwill drillwilt
will be given tomorrow afternoon at 230 230at 230at 3t 3tat
at Fort Myer for the benefit of the Na National National National ¬
tional Rough Riders monument fund and andthe ADdthe andthe
the Soldiers Athletic Association of the thefort etort thetort
tort President Roosevelt the colonel of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the First United Unl States Volunteer Cavalry Cavalrypopularly Cavalr7POPUlArly Cavalrypopulriy
popularly known as the Rough R h Riders Riderswill RldersWill
will In all probability honor the occasion occasionwith occasionwith occasionwith
with his presence presenceThe PRlJenceThe presenceThe
The monument which te now not in course courseof couraeof courseof
of erection at Arlington Cemetery meter will
be fourteen feet high and is of the best
dark Vermont granite It is to be as near nearas nearas nearas
as possible a duplicate of the monument monumentof
of the regiment at Las Guasimas The Thecommittee Thecommittee Thecommittee
committee having the matter in hand ox oxpects Xpeets oxpoets
poets to be able soon to announce the thedate thedate
date for the unveiling of the memorial memorialMen memor1a1Men memorialMen
Men prominent in military and civil life
have signified their intention to deliver deliveraddresses delIveraddresses
addresses on the occasion occasionThe occastonThe occasionThe
The following < arrangements committee c cpnimittee
has been appointed for the drill Mrs
John Guest Guest Mrs Richard Sylvester Miss Iiss
Winnifred Mattingly Miss 1It s Drake Miss 11u
Gorman Miss Uss Fuger Fuer Mrs Borden Mrs Irs
Newman Mrs Hodges Hod Mrs Lewis Mrs
Colver Miss Ia Sheppey Miss 1I1s Galloway GalloA
Mrs Sheppey Miss EIss Iu Taylor Miss 1I8 Bretli
Mrs Hodgson Ho Eldrklgc E1drld e E Jordan chair chairman chairman chairjuan ¬
man CoL C A P HatfieW Gen G H
Harries Chaplain H A Brown Capt
John Jnest Lieut A A H Davidson Capt
John Doyle Carmody Carmod and nd Rudolph De
Zapp ZappTHe ZappThe
ZappTIle
THe presidenttreasurer of the society soeiet Is l
I zns Irs Lillian Capron the widow of Capt
Altyn 1yJt K K Capron jr who ho was killed to
the battle of Las Guasimas Cuba June
24 1896 1896Mr J8I8Jlr 110 110Mr
Mr lUorrelFs Street Str t Extension Dill BUIThere DillThere BillThere
There was a alight error In these thesecolumns thesecolumns thesecolumns
columns In the report of the meeting
of the Columbia Columb Heights Citizens As Assoelatlon 18soclaUon ¬
sociation at which Representative Rcpre entatfn Mor Morrclls Morrolls
rolls bill relating to street extensions extensionswas extensionswas xtenslonwas
was approved If was stated that this thisaction thisaction thisaction
action was wa in place of resolution
pre previously previou pvcviously ¬
viously viou ly offered by Mr E IlL B B Stocking
The facts are that at a previous meet I
Ing In resolutions re were offered by b a amember amember amember
member and an amendment adding fea ¬
tures of the bill wa was offered by Mr
Stocking when he produced the bill billand blliand billand
and quoted fully from Mr Morrells Morrellsspeeches Worrenslpeeches Morrellsspeeches
speeches By hi his endeavors both the theresolutions theresolutions theresolutions
resolutions and his amendment were
laid upon the table until the next meet ¬
log In In the interim ho mailed mfilJe l over sev seventyfive seventyfle ev eventyAve ¬
entyfive copies of the th speeches to tomembers tomcmbers tomembers
members of the association with the theresult theresult theresult
result that not only WAS the bill by
mutual consent substituted substituted for the
roe resolutions retJoluttons roeolutions ¬
olutions and amendment but by
a aunanimous aunanimou aunanimous
unanimous vote otf the th
> thanks of the as association a ao asoeintiin ¬
sociation o < a tion wr Wfr r < tendod tt > ndld to 3jr MorroJl
fv frr > r his irulofatigablo itHldatl ahll labors In the in
terests > of the citizens of the District i
f
MEMORIAL TO DEAD MIDDY MIDDYClass MIDDYCJnlt MIDDYClass
Class Honors Memory of James It IIIlraiich ItDranela ItBranch
Branch Killed In Fist Fight FightSpecial Irlghtsfltcla Fightto
Special I to The Wuhlncton Herald HeraldAnnapolis lien IJedAnapoll Id IdAnnapolis
Annapolis Md Feb 6 GTo To the mem memory memory menicry ¬
ory of the late Midshipman 1Ud hlpman James R RBranch RBranch HBranch
Branch jr of New York who It will willbe willbe willbe
be remejsbered died on November 7
1805 100 as the result of a fistic 1t tlc encounter encounterwith oncount oncountwith oncountwith
with former Midshipman Minor Men Merlwether 1Ierlwether Menwether
wether jr of Louisiana a tombstone tombstonewas tombstonewa tombstonewas
was wa erected over his hi grave raYe In theI theNaval the theNaval
Naval I nval Cemetery today todayThe todAYThe todayThe
The tombstone is l a memorial by the themidshipmen themldhipmen themidshipmen
midshipmen of the class of 1901 Naval NavalArademy NavalAademy NavalAcademy
Academy moat of whom are still here hereThere hereThere hereThere
There was no special ceremony In con connection connection connection ¬
nection with its erection Each mem member member momher ¬
ber of the class including those who whograduated whograluatNl whograduated
graduated In September 1908 130 sub subscribed au aurib ui uiscrlbed ¬
scribed rib l to the fund fundThe tundThe fundThe
The committee which had charge of oftho ortho ofthe
tho memorial fund was composed of ofChurchill ofClmrehl1l ofChurchill
Churchill Humphrey of Louisville Ky Kyand Kyand Kyanl
and Harold V McKlttrlck of Roches Rochester Roell Roelltel Roelsester ¬
ter N Y The Inscription on the tomb tombstone tombto tombstone ¬
stone to If I UIn In affectionate memory of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the late Midshipman James Robinson RobinsonBranch Robl RobinsonBranch lIftt1 lIftt1Branrh
Branch Jr class of 1807 HI 11 Naval Acad Academy ACAdemy Academy ¬
emy erected by his classmates classmatesMERCHANT claumateMERCHANT classmatesMERCHANTEROZEN
MERCHANT MERCHANTEROZEN FROZEN TO DEATH DEATHWinchester DEATHVlnchCNter DEATHWinchester
Winchester Man Was VUlt Husband of ofWnwliliiirtou ofVnllhlnAtoll ciWushi
Wnwliliiirtou Wushi ngton Woman oman Who Died DiedStrrfel DlccI8prdaI fliediwdI
Strrfel to Th IM W Wuhisatan VMM st i UenH UenHWinchester UIcIrlncbeater lIesitWinchester
Winchester rlncbeater Va Feb C IWilliam William T TNott TNott TNott
Nott a prominent Winchester Vine heater merchant merchantwas merehautw merchantwas
was w found frosen to death in a snow snowdrift snowdrift now nowdrift ¬
drift early this t morning morn just twentyfour twentyfourhours twenbtourhoalll tweiftyfourhours
hours after the death of JaW only son A AlSbuMI A AItIarid
Bland Nott who died yesterday y nlay morning morningof
of o consumption The Tb father was about aboutfiftyfive aboutftttyllve aboutfiftyfive
fiftyfive years old and hte son twenty twentyfive twentftve twentyfive
five fiveA
A clerk Ierk in the employ of Mr NeLL said saidtoday saidtoday let lettoday
today that Mr Nott tt told him last night nightthat ni nightthat t ttIIat
that be was going to commit suiCide but buta butas
as a coroners coroner inquest t was not deemed deemednecessary deemednece deemednecessary
necessary nece this theory te not generally generallycredited 5en generallycredited ralIy ralIycredited
credited Mr Nott had for some time timepast timep i ipast
past p 8t been suffering sulreri from a nervous HZ oua dIe disorder dta dtaorder dIeorder ¬
order and It te believed that grief over overthe overthe overthe
the death of hill son unbalanced 1I his mind mindand mlDcland I Iand
and caused him to wander out in the thesnow theSIIOW thesnow
snow where he was frozen to death The Thebody Thebody Thebody
body was found partly clad and on the themans theman themans
mans man feet were w re bedroom eltpten eltptenThe Ilipt IliptThe shtpirnThe
The father and son will be niried at a adouble adouble s L Ldouble
double funeral to be held ton > rrow Mr MrNotts MrNotts MrNotts
Notts wife who died a yes r ago was wasMtas wuXia I IMiss
Miss Bland of Washington Wa hlJl3ton D C For Forseveral Forv Pmseveral
several v ral years Mr Nott was wa engaged ellP < ed in inbusiness inbu is I Ibusiness
business bu tneq in Baltimore BaltimoreFBI BaltimoreiFEW
FBI FAILURES AT ANNAPOLIS ANNAPOLISI AIAPOLIOnLy I
I Only Onl 30 Out of 750 Midshipmen Fail Faili Failto L Lto
i to Hold Their Own OwnHiit OwnBnt OwnIIutIre
Hiit IIutIre ire rc First Class Passes Without hhou a aScratch ai s I IScralch
i Scratch antI Second Class Loses LosesHut IOItCHnut losesBut
Hut a Single Sinn hztui
8MW s to TIle WMUBRtaa W WAPGUa Moald MoaldAaaapolte liesMAnnapolis
Aaaapolte Md Feb fMuch gratifica gratification 8ItIAeatIon gratmeatiers ¬
tion has been expressed ex by the authorS authorities autbor1tiel authorSties ¬
ties over the fine showing made by the thestudent theatudeDt tb C Cstudent
student body of midshipmen in the re recent re receDt recent ¬
cent semiannual examinations The Theacademic Theacadewdc Tb C Cacademic
academic board of the academy met to today 0day today ¬
day and passed upon the examination examinationpapers exMInatJoepaJe1ll S Simpeln
papers The number of failures te I small smaller un smaller ¬
er than ever before considering couIde the thegreater theter th thgreater
greater ter number of students now at the theInstitution tbeInHltatton theinstitution
Institution and Is less than onethird OMdaInIoC OMdaInIoCthe of ofthe o1the
the number nD of deficiencies Jut year yearSeven J8rSeYea yearSevea
Seven hundred and fifty Aft Afttook mhlssMjMnaii mkljIIasatoo mhlssMjMnaiitook
took too ¼ the theezndsadons examinations eS t lttou and lcd the number r of offailure eCtaU 1 1failures
failure taU failures in which the board besr has ceases rwommended 1eeOMmeoded ceasesmended
mended that action be taken by the
Navy Department te about thirty or 4 4per 4per 4per
per cent centThe ceDtThe centThe
The entire first claw c as usual ua went wentthrough wentthrough
through all 11 right The second class at attained attabaed attallied ¬
tallied the most creditable record as only onlyon 0DIyone onlyone
on one will be dropped dmp back Into the third thirdclass tl thirdclass rd rdclau
class Last year ear there were twentysix twentysixmen tweaqaMen
men of this class c turned ecl back in a like likemanner likemanner
manner 1 and In addition seven ven resigns resignations resignstlona ¬
tions resulted The thirty failures this thisyear tbJIIyeat thisyea
year yea are distributed among the third and andfourth
fourth classes c The failure of a fourth fourthcunts fOUrthc fourthcia
cunts c cia man means mea that his resignation natlon will willbe
be forthcoming forthcomln Last year twentyfive twentyfiveof
of this class failed and resigned In Inseveral Ineveral Inseveral
several instances IDIIta where midshipmen mtcI IhtD IhtDhave midshipmenhave
have been n found deficient In one or two twosubjects t taubJects twosubjects
subjects they have been warned warned311s warDedJUMI warnedhlss
JUMI 311s hlss Gruenlicf Wedded celdod
fl Bprdal to 1 The WMhfa W Wubiato t4Mi ItenU ItenUNorfolk u uNorfolk hleeMNorfolk
Norfolk Va Feb 1WIlliam William G GSucre GSUCft 0Snore
Snore of Baltimore and Miss Gertrude GertrudeJB GertrudeB
JB B 3 Greenlief Groenilefprominent prominent in Elizabeth KlteabethCity EIbethCity ElizabethCity
City N C society frolet were married at atthe attbe atthe
the Loraine Loral ne Hotel Hotf J in Norfolk this tht after afternoon alternoon at ter ternoon
noon noon Rev Dr Calvin S S Blackwell oW 011Ieiatlnc omciating
I cutting They leave tonight for Baltl BIIlJUmore Baltimore
i more The bride rlde is J a daughter of H
T Greenllef of Elizabeth City CityKilled City1lIleel
Killed by b an Engine EngineSpwM Bnglneto InglneSpsdnI
SpwM to Tie Wohhistoa W WuIast BeaM IlmldHagerstown ll llHqentoWJI BeaMHagerstown
Hagerstown Md d Feb 1DaSeI 1DaSeIBattle Da Daaslol DaaslolBattle l lBattle
Battle son of Michael Battle night nighthostler nl nIghthostler t thGatler
hostler of engine No 1401 l running run nili be between betweeR between ¬
tween Hagerstown and Baltimore on onthe onthe onthe
the Baltimore and Ohio was 8 killed by
the engine engtn his father fa liter was running runnlD out outfor outfor
for water early thte morning The Theyoung Theoung Theyoung
young oung man was twentysix years old oldSpecial old1nc1 oldlInd
1nc1 Fire nt I Fredcrlcbsburg FredcrlcbsburgSiedal rce1t rlcIHlmrg rlcIHlmrg5Je
Special to Th TIle Washington RooM KcnddLFredericksburg UaaldFredel1cbburg RooMFrederlckoburg
Fredericksburg Va Feb I IThe IThestore 1Thestore The Thestore
store and entire nUre stock of goods CHkls of J JD JD SD
D Pitts on the Stafford side of the thefree UIOfrPe thetree
free bridge was totally destroyed by
fire tonight The origin of the fire ftreI
Is unknown The loss Is about 35000 35000with 25 25with 21110with
I with small insurance insuranceJ In uranee uraneeJ
J J M U Banserninn Appointed AppointedSpecial Appolntcc1Speetat AipoIntcdSishi
Special to The WuMagton w BeaM HcnURichmond II IIRichmond BeaMRichmond
Richmond Va Feb 8 iGo 1Coy Gov Swnn Swnnson Swnnson Swanson
son this afternoon
announced the
ap appointment aprolntment nprointment ¬
pointment of J M Bauaerman of Wood Woodstock Voo Voolstock l lBtock ¬
stock Shenaidoah County as a State
hospital commissioner to serve for four fouryears fouryears fouryears
years beginning March 1 Mr Bausor Bausoriran BaU8 Batiserman I In
iran n an is to succeed Col L L L Winder WJndelLane Lane
jr of Williamsburg WilliamsburgMrs Wi1liamsbur Wi1liamsburIrl WilliamsburgMrs
Mrs Irl Hovernmle Dead DcailSpecM Dcnelt
SpecM t to Tb n Wai w Wadees gtoa HenU HenUWinchester JlaalclWlncheter IIrmMWinchester
Winchester Va Feb f IiIrs airs Lottie LottieHovermale LottieHovermale LottieHoveratahe
Hovermale wife of William Hover Hovermale HOermale Hottermale
male died suddenly yesterday at her liorhome horhome herhome
home near Whltacre this county She Shew SiloW1U Shewas
w was s the daughter dau hte of John E E Jolley ToIle of ofReynolds ofReynoJds ofReynolds
Reynolds Store Va VaTillmaii Yarill VaFilirnari
r
Tillmaii rill man Lecture lit Baltimore BaltimoreSpecial Halt nlthllorcSpeeid Imore ImoreSpedsi
Special to The WMfetagtm W herald lieimkLBaltimore lIen1dBaltlmQre heraldBaltimore
Baltimore Md Feb C 1Senator Senator Ben Benjamin Benjamin BenJamin ¬
jamin R R Tlllman of South Carolina Carolinawill CarolinawHI CarolInawill
will lecture at the Lyric on Marsh 4 4His 4Hts 4hIts
His subject will oftl be b the race problem problemYou problemIF problemIF
IF
You Y au expect to ride around in a abenzine abenzine abcnzine
benzine buggy next summer you youhave youhave youhave
have to do business this winter If Ifyou Ifyou Ifyou
you do business you must use at attractive attractive attractive ¬
tractive printed prin ted matter We are re at atyour atyour atyour
your service serviceThe serviceThe serviceThe
The Law Reporter Printing Co CoM CoM CoM
M W MOORE Manager Managerl852O
518520 Fifth Street Northwest NorthwestThonc Northwesthone Northwestlhione
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NEWSOF NEWS ITEWSOFALEXADRIA ITEWSOFALEXADRIAWasliingtoiisBiitlulayPlans OF ALEXANDRIA ALEXANDRIAWasliingionsBirtliday ALEXANDRIAW
WasliingionsBirtliday W WasliingtoiisBiitlulayPlansNearing ashillgton8 Birthday Plans Plansbearing PlansNearing
Nearing Completion CompletionPAHADE COlupletiolltIE CompletionSTRET
tIE
STRiEET PARADE ABANDONED ABANDONEDFinal ABANDONEDFlnnl ABANDONEDPlural
Final ArraiigrciitenH Arrang rrnnS mel1tH for lo Celebration Celebrationo CelelJ ation ationto
to 11 < o Be Made at Monster Meeting To Tomorrow Toauorrosv 10morrow ¬
morrow Xlj XI Night ht lu I Friendship < rIendMhIn Fire FireEngine I FireEngine ire ireElIglne
Engine Hoiine houseKnights KniKhfi J nlgbtll of ColumbnH ColumbUH Colum Colurnbun
bun Going to Petersburg PetersburgWA1HIJWTTQK Petcrlllnlr PetcrlllnlrW8UUiGTON PetersburgWAHlZUlTOt
WA1HIJWTTQK HXKALD BLRBAIJ BLRBAIJCM DUKLUCNeB UUJCLtUMel
CNeB Mel Tsh5 ese In Ina 113ea
CM a ea el < rf Prince 1 > MM end Kor loyal fIIl l Street StreetAlexandria atreeta atreetaAI trs trsAlexandria
Alexandria AI da Va V a Feb SFnal arrange arrangements arrangeJftenta arrangemeats ¬
meats for the celebration which will be beheld beheld beheld
held In this tit city February 2Z Z under the theauspices theapIcn theauspices
auspices of the George Washington Wubl ton Birth Birthday BIrthday Birthday ¬
day Association Aaocta o In observance of o the theanniversary theanniverary theanniversary
anniversary of the birth of Gen Wash Washington WahIngton Washfngton ¬
ington win be made at t a meeting meetS of the theassociation theUBOdatton theasoctatlon
association next FrMay evening < at 739 739oclock 728oclock 7Ooclock
oclock in the Friendship fire engine enginehouse en8lnehowe enginehouse
house on South Alfred street streetThe 1IUeetrile streetThe
The plans heretofore outlined for the thevarious thevarto thevarious
various varto event of the day are to be Car Carried rarrled earrind ¬
rind out as nearly as possible in full full and andtbe lidthe ad adthc
the success of tbe celebration is said to tored tobe tobe
j be assured red provided prov the condition of the theweather theWetlther theweather
weather te favorable Owing however howeverto howeverto
to the absence Anee of a street t parade fromthe from tressthe a athe
the programme me the dependence upon uponclear Uponclear R Reler
clear skies to not as great ea t as usual It Itis ItexpectecI itis
is expected that tha t the local celebration will willattract Willattract iU iUattraet
attract many people from Washington WashingtonThe WuhlngtonThe WashingtonThe
j
The committee charged with arrange arrangements arraqemeats arrangesnouts ¬
meats for the banquet has not yet com completed compI cornpleted ¬
pleted pI ted the Hat of those who win appear appearas appears appearas
as s guests ts of honor and who will makebrier makebrief make makebrief
brief speeches It hi stated that Gov GovSwanson GovSWIUIaOIt CoySwanson
Swanson has been unable owing to other otherengagements otherenpsentellg otherengagements
engagements to accept the invitatIon to toattend toatte toattend
attend cl the banquet banquetCant banquetCUJtt banquetCaiut
Cant TaylorN Funeral FuneralFuneral FuncrulFuneral FuneralFuneral
Funeral services over the remains of ofCapt o oCapt ofcapt
Capt Cornelius Come R It Taylor will take place placetomorrow placetomorrow placetomorrow
tomorrow afternoon at 2 oclock from fromhis romhis fromhis i
his late residence HOC Prince street streetCapt streetCapt tnet tnetCapt
Capt Taylor was la the sixtieth year of ofhte oChili ofhis
his age a Until recently when beD his health healthdeclined healthdechaed healthdeclined
declined be was a conductor on the theSouthern theSouthern
Southern Railway and in point of service servicewas IIeIVIeeWU servicewas
was one of the oldest in the employ of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the company ha having vIDe been appointed appointedabout appointedabout
about thirty years ago Cape Taylor TaylorIi was wasa
a Confederate veteran having served in
the Army of Northern Virginia V 1a during durlD
the civil war He was a member JDeI of the
Brotherhood of Railway Conductors CoDduc and andalso andnjs
also of the Alexandria Council Royal
Arcanum He was born in Lorinavton LovI
Nelson County Va VaState VaStatc V VStrife
State Board of Hducation HducationA I1eJllcationeeIoa lid ucalion ucalionA
A session of the State Stat board of educa education ecIueaLion educatiost ¬
Lion will open in this city Monday March
11 and will 111 continue throughout t t the theweek theweek tIieweds
week While here the members mem of the
board will visit the various schools of
this city and will examine exasnbs into the edu educational educational ¬
cational methods in vogue here
The n e city school board will hold its Itsnlar reg ¬
ular monthly meeting tomorrow evening ev i
when bea It te probable that the question of ofjnaklng ofaa 1
jnaklng an appropriation to have the local 1
I schools aeIaoo represented ted at the Jamestown J MRown Ex x ¬
I position will be considered
I Knights uhhtM pJnn Plan Trip TripA TripA
A meeting of FKsgerald Council CouncilKnights CouncilKDIPta CouncilKnights
1 Knights of Columbus will be held Friday Fridayevening FridayevenIng
evening nnt at 9 oclock hi SC St Marys Mary Hall to tomnke tomake tomake
I make plans for a trip to Petersburg Va VaI
Sunday next when the local organization organizationwill organizationwill
I will confer eotIt r the theAt1It first degree on on a council councilI
I to be organised that day in Petersburg
i The Alexandria delegation will leave this thiscity tbl thiscity
city by train at 415 4 J J6 oclock Sunday morn momII
II Ing and will begin the return trip at 8 Sp 8p 8p
p m is the same me day It te expected that thata
a large number of knights b1 win compose composethe composethe lle
the party partyFuneral partyFuneral
panyFuneral
Funeral services over the remains of ofThomas ofTboma ofThomst
Thomas Fairfax whose death occurred occurredMonday occ occKon4ay occurredMonday
Monday at his home in Washington WaahJn ton < were wereheld wereMid wereheld
held this afternoon at St 8 Paurs Bpte Bptecopnl JpIcopaJ Epincopal
copal Church in this city Rev P P PPhlWps PPbUMS PP11111
PhlWps P11111 oOdated The body was interred interredin IItterr IItterrIn hsterrMIn
in the family lot in St St Pauls Paul Cemetery
Those who acted as pallbearers were wereArthur wereArthur
Arthur 1 tur Herbert jr WRHun w Bryant II IIIt
It R Burke B8I1Ie R R F Knox Xaox Charles S S Taylor Taylorand TaylorHabert Taylorand
and Hubert Snowden
A lecture on mission work in the Su Sudan Sudan Sodan ¬
dan was delivered last night before a atarge alarp alarge
large audience at the Episcopal Theo Theological TbeoI Theelogical ¬
logical I Seminary mlaary by Dr Kunn represen representative rpreaetltatlv rvpreaentatlve ¬
tative tatlv of the tTnited Sudan Mission in inAfrica InAfrica InAfrica
Africa While at the seminary Dr Kunn Kunnwas Kunnwu Xunnwas
was the guest of Rev Dr Samuel A Wal WalHc WaIot WalMs
Hc of the faculty tacult tacultlit facultyIn
In Liggett I HaD lafl on the Episcopal Eplll High HiPSehoelgrouAds HighSchool
School SehoelgrouAds grounds a large audience yester yesterday yeaterday yesterday ¬
day evening eftIII listened ed to an address on onJohn onJobtt onJohn
John Ruskin Idn by y Rev Dr Crammer for formerly for forJRerly foraenly ¬
merly a professor essot at the Theological TbeoIo caI Sem Seminary SemInary Scmmary ¬
inary but now rector of St Stephens StephensChurch StephensChurch
Church Philadelphia Dr Grammer was wasthe wathe wasthe
the guest t of Dr Micou JconMRS MlcouMIts
MRS 0 L 1 JENNEE DEAD DEADFuneral DEADlrnncrnI DEADFuneral
Funeral Service Cr1I Will In IJ lie c < Hclil To Tomorrow ToJllorro Tomorrow ¬
morrow Jllorro at a t Late Residence ResidenceMrs Jlt ResidenceMrs Ic1cncc Ic1cnccfn
Mrs Ollie Langwill Jenner wife of ofDr oCDr 1 1Dr
Dr Norman R R Jenner of this city citydied citydied Citydiet
died at 1150 11 50 Tuesday evening evenln at her herhome herhome heihome
home 1118 Rhode Island avenue With Withher Wlthher I Iher
her husband she had Just returned in inher lither I Itint
her usual health from a visit to friends friendswith friencltlwith I Iwitit
with whom they spent the t evening and andin andII I IIii
in a moment ntOlllen when hen about to retire was wasstricken 118 118strleken I Istricken
stricken strickenDr strlekenDr strickenDr
Dr and Mrs Jenner came to this city
twenty years ago and for a number of ofyears of1eas ot otyears
years he was a clerk in the Treasury
Graduating In medicine he began the thepractice thepractice i ipractice
practice of his profession proCes lGn and has been beenvery beenvery L Lvery
very successful as a physician Mrs MrsJeiyier XnJ MrsJenper
Jeiyier J lPer was born in Delaware County
End where she and the doctor were weremarried weremarried weremarried
married and later moved to Washing Washington Washington lUjiting lUjitington ¬
ton She was a member of Vermont Ave Avenue Ave1U Aventio ¬
nue 1U Christian Church and a most gra gracious graeSou8 graelena ¬
elena and excellent Christian Chrl tian woman womanShe womanShe womanSb
She Sb and lid her husband are beloved by a awide awide ii L Lwide
wide circle cl Je of friends rrl nd Two sisters sur survive survive sunvive ¬
vive her one of whom resides in Seat Seattle eat eattIe eattie ¬
tIe and the other in Watertown S Dak DakThe DakThe
The funeral services will m be held at ather ather r1 r1her L
her late residence tomorrow at 11 a am am amu
m Interment will be private privatellev prlvateHc privatehte
llev Hc 3Ir 1 Proctor to Lecture JicciurcRev JcctureRev LectureRev
Rev Dr II H Proctor pastor of the theFirst OleFIrst theFirst
First Congregational Church Atlanta AtlantaGa AttaGR
Ga will deliver an a address in the chapel chapelof chapelof chapelof I
of Howard University at 3 oclock this thisafternoon tllilafternoon I Iafternoon
afternoon on the Reconstruction Reeonetr ctIOtl move movement JIIOnment movemont ¬
ment in Atlanta AtlantaAs AtlantaAs AtlantaAs
As Dr Proctor is one of the foremost foremostleaders forp foremostleaders 108t 108tleadens
leaders In this movement in Uw Interest IntereltoC luteseelof Interestof
of harmony and cooperation between the theraces theracea theraces
races he will speak with authority authorityWill autborlt7HI authorItyWill
Will HI Make Map of CulmSpecial CuJmSpecial Culm CuhinSpecinl
Special n to > Tbe Tb AVaaftteRtmi W Braid llenUdNewport lleraldNeport BraidNewport
Newport News Va Feb 6 iTIle The army armytransport arm armtransport arasytransport
transport Kilpatrick sailed this even evening eveRmg evening ¬
ing for Cuba carrying 207 2 officers and andmen andmen ant antmen
men of the engineering Jlrlneerln corps from Fort FortLeavenworth FortLcavf For ForLeavenworth
Leavenworth Lcavf worth Kans who will make a anew anew a anew
new military nap of the Island IslandOcean IslandOceun IslandOcean
Ocean SteamsliijiM SteamsliijiMNew StenmM ilJII ilJIIXew
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I The Private Rooms in our new nt > w Fireproof Storage Building BuUdln are thor thoroughly thoroqhly thorotghIy ¬
oughly approved by b the Fire Underwriters UnderwritersThe UnderwritersThe tnderwnltersThe
The Electrelle Piano Player is the latest t and best selfplaying attach attachment attaChment attachmeaL ¬
ment Operated Opeted without pedaling lIng Can 1m Installed In any 1 make of piano pianoOur pianoFebruary planeFebruary
February Furniture SaleOur Sale Sale2Our
Our ambition to bring stock down to the lowest possible point pointprevious pointlreviollS pointprevio1
previous previo1 to inventory and to receive spring stock inspires this thissale thissale thissale
sale
The reductions range from 15 i per cent to 50 o per cent cmtand cmtandthe centandthe and andthe
the goods included in the sale sae embrace em ra e nearly every piece psoce of furni furniture furniture furniture ¬
ture in the house houseW houseW houseB
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MISSING MINISTER FOUND FOUNDAHslntniit FO POU1iDAssistant j jH
Assistant H iHtant Itoolor J ctor from Annapolis Lo Locaicd Jocutcel Localed
< caicd in Norfolk Va VaSpecta VaSpesliL n nI
Specta I to Tta WuMactoi w Resold lIcnMAnnapolis 11emdApots ResoldAnnapolis
Annapolis Md Feb GRev W T TTwamley TTwamley TTwamley
Twamley assistant rector of St Annes AnnesProtestant An AnPr AnnesProtestant
Protestant Episcopal parish Annapolis Annapoliswho AnnaJOlhlwho Annapoliswho
who has been missing since test Sunday Sundaymorning SuttdlQIDO SUISeISLymorning
morning IDO has ha been located at Norfolk NorfolkVa NorfolkVa NorfolkVs
Va Va through thro a telegram received in An Annapolis Annapolis Annapollz ¬
napolis thin morning mornla The telegram was wasto wuto wasto
to a friend of the minister in Annapolis Annapoliswho Anpotlswho Annapoliswho
who at once turned it over ov to Rev J P PMcComas PMccomaai
McComas rector r tor of St Annes AnnesMr ADne ADneMr AnnesMr
1 Mr Twamley last spring was one of a aparty aparty aparty
party of AnnapoUtans who spent a week weekcruising weekcrulllt weekcruIsing
cruising crulllt the Lower Chesapeake Cbell ke and andstopped andtopped andstopped
stopped at Hampton H mpton mpton Roads and Norfolk NorfolkWhile NoroUL1TbDe NorfolkWhile
While there he made a number of ac acquaintances ACflUAlatanee8 acquslatances ¬
quaintances and it was one of these who whothte whothis whothis
this morning momin telegraphed te raphed to another anothermember anotherIDelUber anotheraniber
member of the sailing party partyNothing partyNo partyNothing
Nothing No has been heard from Mr MrTwanuey MrTwamley Ir IrTwamle7
Twanuey personally so that Ida inten IntenUou
ttons and the cause of his h J strange action actionhave act10nbae actionhave L
have caused considerable talk The Theassumption TheaRlDPtlon Theassumption
assumption te that the sender of the mes message messe moesage ¬
sage se was moved to relieve the anxiety of offrienda 01friends
friends of the minister through reading readingof readingof
of o the dppea disappearance in the dally papers papersThose papftBTbotIe
Those closely acquainted with ith the case caseexpress cueexpreu caseexpress i
express the opinion that Mr Twamley Twamleywill Twamleywill
TwamleyI
will not return r tuna to Annapolis but will willtake wintake willtake I
take a steamer from Norfolk for England Englandhis EnttAndb1s Englandhis
his former home homeBAGGAGE homeBAGGAGE homeBAGGAGE
BAGGAGE THIEVES REMAIN REMAINNot
Not Yet Returned front Aoxv sv York YorI to toRichmond toIUcJullonci IcIticlimoud I
Richmond for Trial Trial8pwM lrlalssi
8pwM to The WaAtagtaa W WA HeraldRichmond JIftaIdRJchond Herald Ueis1dRichmond
Richmond Va Feb Cblef Chief Special SpecialAgent SpecialA SPeCI SPeCIAgent
Agent A t L 1 L L Scherer of the Chesapeake Chesapeakeand Cheapeakeaaa Chesapeakisal
and Ohio Railway returned this thl mornI morn morning ¬
lag I front New York where he has been beentrying b beertrying n ntrytn I
trying trytn to have the three alleged bag baggxge baSP3e
gage thieves Allen Miller m r and the theStein theSUoln tIMStein S
Stein woman sent to Virginia Vir nta for trial trialWhile trialWhile
While he did not bring brtn his prisoners prisonersback prt prizonearback onen onenback I
back with him Scherer has the satin satisfaction saUsraetloD satinfagtIon ¬
faction of o knowing that they have haveagain hAveagain
again been refused bail and that they theywill theywUl the thewill r
will wait in the Tombs until April Aprilwhen AprilWh Aprilt
when Wh n the United lnit States Circuit Court Courtof t
of Appeals will pass pas on the question qU 8Uon 8Uonor S
of their appeal from the decision of the theCircuit thicircuit S
Circuit Court of New N w York remanding remandingthem remandingtbem f
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them to the custody Iu tody of the Richmond Richmondpolice Richmondpolicc Richmonpolice I
police to be taken to Virginia
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Capital Capitaland and Profits Over Jl40a000 Jl40a000Deposits 1105000Dtpolits I4OOOO I4OOOODeposits
I Deposits More Tl Than ThanI9OflOO an 62UO000 62UO000I 62UO000ProspectIve 260W6 260W6respective
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ProspectIveDepositors ProspectIve respective respectiveWho Depositors DepositorsVho
Who are alive to their best in interests interests interests ¬
terests will appreciate the many manyadvantages manyadvantages manyadvantages
advantages offered by our Bank Banking Banking Banking ¬
ing Dept DeptOur DeptOar DeptOur
Our lengthy and successful bank banktag bankIn banklug
tag In career ca r large capital and our surplus SUTIua ourplus ¬
plus and unsurpassed facilities facilitiesinsure facilitiesillllUre facilitiesInsure
insure absolute ab protection and andthoroughly andthoroudlly andthoroughly
thoroughly satisfactory service serviceSame serviceSame servIceSame
Same rate rat > of interest Int st paid on onboth onboth onboth
both large and small accounts accountsNational acOunt5National accountsNational
National Savings SavingsTrust SavingsTrust SavingsTrust
Trust Company CompanyCor
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the Bartlett Building cor of At Atlantic Atlai1tic Atlantic ¬
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serted at regular office rates H HVallace S SWallace SVallace
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SPECIAL HOTiCESFORMATION NOTiCES NOTiCESFORMATION NOTICES1FORMATION
FORMATION OF LIMITED PARTNER PARTNERshlpNotke PARTNERskipNotice
shlpNotke htp Notice in benby given ven that Harry HarryN
Frank and Ietdore Berman or till thi lIty liy or orNew ofNew
N New w York and Samuel H Krm itrmn i of oftbe ofthe ofthe
the City of Washington District DiRt rkt or of f Co Colombia Columbia Columbia ¬
lumbia have formed a limited partner partnershlp partMrhlp prflershIp
shIp hlp under the name and style styl of S H
Bermans Fourteenth Street Slr t Store f fr = r the theperiod theperlocJ theperiod
period of two years from FEBRUARY 1 1l
1907 1 under and by virtue of th thf law la bws WI of ofthe orthe ofthe
the District of Columbia for the th purposes purposesof pur puro purposoof
of o selling lUng general nier Iiandise andise upon < red redit redIt redIt
it and otherwise and t do an installment installmentbusineas installmentbu installinetitbusinem
bu busineas in the t City of Washington Wa hingtfO District 018t Din Dintiict ¬
trict t t of Colombia and vicinity their theirplace tbdrplace theirplace
place of business being at No o I3it Four Fourteenth J Fourteenth ur urtecoth ¬
teenth street northwest in the City and andDistrict andDbrtrtct andDistrict
District aforesaid atore aid The said Harry Frank Frankaod Frankand Frankand
and Isidore Berman are tile special aJ > Ian Ianners partDen rartners
ners Den and have Jointly jointl contributed the thesum thesum thesum
sum of Two Thousand Dollars to the eom eommon iemnon < om omraon
mon stock of f the firm firm and are not liable liablefor liablefor liablefor
for any debts debt of the firm beyond this thuisum tbtaaum thissum
sum fe7eodex8I2t fe7eodex8I2tFUSE fe7eodex812tIPRJIE 1d7acdexSi2tFRIIE
FUSE LECTURES FOR THE PEOPLE PEOPLEunder PEOPLEunder
under u the auspices au of the Board of Edo Education J Edocation du ducatJon ¬
cation of the District of Columbia FRI FRIDAY FRIDAY RI RIDAY ¬
DAY FEBRUARY 8TH at the tb North Northe Northeat Northeget
eat e st Temple Twelfth and H slceets slceetsnortheast eceetanortheast t8 t8northeast
northeast Rev Charles H Butler Sub Subject Subject SubJect ¬
ject From New York to Jerusalem JerusalemAt hn aemAt
At At the Public Library Mr Wood WoocIwortil WoocIwortilClum WoodwortitChum wort a aGlum
Glum Subject Panama G W BAIRD BAIRDPresident BAIRDPrJdent BAIRDPresident
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HEALTH DEPARTMENT OF THE DIS DIStrict DIStrJct DISDiet
Diet of Columbia Washington Febru February February Februany ¬
ary 6 ttOTThere will be sold at the thepound thepound thepound
pound corner of Twentythird street and andNew andNew andNew
New York avenue northwest at 1 oclock oclockp
p p m m THURSDAY February 7 KW tV1 one onebrown onebrown
brown horse bo white star in forehead forehead and anda
a little white on both hind legs taken up uproan
from roan the th northwestern section of the city clt cltBy
By order of the Health Officer SAM SAMUEL BAMlTEL lAMUEL ¬
UEL EINSTEIN Poundmaster PoundmasterXo
Xo need of ferrets and oats use mscCommon use useCommon useCommon
Common Sense Exterminator ExterminatorFor r
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Weod 712 Twelfth Street Xorthwcst XorthwcstTHE NethwintTILE ortJnrest ortJnrestTHE
THE NATIONAL AUCTION COMPANY
738 Thirteenth street northwest will sell sellFEBRUARY 8t1lFEBREARY sellFEBRUARY
FEBRUARY 9 1907 goods stored with
C R R Clifford Si Co in the names of ofHarry ofHarry
Harry Johnson John W Williams Alice AliceSeckelfleld Alil AlilSeckeldeid Aliceeckeltield
S Seckelfleld Mrs L I W Douglass Richard
Thomas and William Davis C R R CLIF CLIFFORD CLIFFORD CLIFFORD ¬
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