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TQ 1 make specially speciallyz01v low estimates for the following folloivingclasses foll followingclasses 1ving 1vingclasses
classes of work workSlip 1vorkSlip workSlip
Slip Covers and Awnings to Order OrderFly OrderFly OrderFly
Fly Screens and Window Shades to Order OrderUpholstering OrderUpholstering OrderUpholstering
Upholstering Furniture FurnitureRepairing FurnitureRepairirygPurniture FurnitureRepairing
Repairing RepairirygPurniture RepairirygPurnitureRefinishing Furniture FurnitureRefinishing Furnituret FurnitureRefinishing
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Furniture Painted or Enameled and New Cushions made madefor nladefor madefor
for same sameAttention sameAttention sameAttention
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ftlsti fisting of o Tables Tables Side Cbairs Cbah Armchairs ArmchairsReclining ArmdutlrsRIhdg nIo nIoRtCltnhuJ
Reclining Chairs Rockers Roek k e at atdally sp spially spe speially
dally ially low prices W We finish nIsh these uein pieces piecesin pIuein
in any color desired at small eoat eoatCushions tL coeLCuhL
L Cushions tor same me io o order ail up upA tePA UPA
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natural color very strongly constructed cothptrueed6oo
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very small cotishdcrtng casiderin the quality and every one is a genuine product productof productofthe
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One 0 lot of Shirvan S dran Hags
15 15 5 each Were ere 20 and nd 2250 2250V 2250Ono 2250One 2250One
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Special Sale of ofBrass ofBrass
Brass Bedsteads BedsteadsWE BedsteadsT
T IT J E are showing a handsome line of Brass Bedsteads in all l1 sizes sizesranging sizesrnngU1g sizesv
WE v ranging rnngU1g in 10 price pnce from 1975 to 14000 14000Also 14000Also
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= = r Black Enameled Bedsteads in plain and brasstrimmed brass trimmed styles stylesPrices stylesPrices stylesPrices
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all are massive and strongly built
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4750 4750 Was Vas 5500 5500I
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Baroness Hengelmuller Goes Goesto Goesto Goesto
Friendn Call Upon Wife of Austrian AustrianAmbassador tuatrlanAmbassador u19trlanAmbauacIor
Ambassador to toDid Bid Her Farewell FarewellRON Fare1TeIIRoRen FarewellRoNens
RON RoRen en ft Lease Cottage in Mammchnr Mammchnrnettic 1IRJlnchuettlC Massztchnrsetta
nettic ettlC for Snrainsr Summ r Home JlomeUr Mrs Shaw ShawGuest ShawGuest ShawGuest
Guest of Honor at Dinner DinnerThe DinnerThe DinnerThe
The Baroness B rone s Hengolmuller who leaves leavestoday leavestod loavestoday
today tod y for New York to sail from that thatport thatport thatport
port on Saturday was the recipient of ofmany otmany ofmany
many farewell visits yesterday whon the thehospitable thehosvltable thehospitable
hospitable embassy on Connecticut ave avenue aveftUS ayeflue ¬
flue was made the stopping place for fornearly tornearly fornearly
nearly every one in society with cards cardsand cardsand cardsand
and flowers as a farewell to the most mostpopular mostpopular mostpopular
popular diplomatic hostess Washington Washingtonhas Washingtonhs Vnshlngtonklls
has ever known Not only since the ole elovatlon elo eloyaUOn olevatlOn
vatlon of Baron HengelmuIIor to the rank rankof rankof I Iof
of Ambassador but for many years CKrS be before before hofore ¬
fore that that when hor husband was the theMinister theMinister theMinister
Minister of the Franz Josef dual na nation natton natioll ¬
tion has the Baroness Hangelmuller Hangelmullerbeen HongelmullorHen Hangelmullerbeen
been recognized as the leader of the en entire entire ontire ¬
tire diplomatic circle her residence In InWashington InWashington InWashington
Washington dating back to the second secondCleveland secondClevelAnd secondCleveland
Cleveland administration and Including Includingan
an intimate friendship not only with the thehouseholds thehousehold thehouseholds
households of three Presidents but with withall withaU withall
all the official ometalllUld iand and social world as well wellher Wellher
her charm of manner m nner her 101 beauty and andgreat andgreat I
i igreat
great kindness of heart being universally universallyacknowledged universallyacknowledged i iacknowledged
acknowledged and appreciated appreciatedIn
In the second drawingroom which hlch is isthe Isthe isthe
the favorite meeting place of the bar baroness baronees baroness ¬
oness Intimate friends either for a cup cupof cupor cupor
or tea any afternoon an infonnal evening eveningof
of bridge or even a short visit Isit in the themorning themorning theuierning
morning hours one might almost read the thehistory thehistoO th thhistory
history of the hostess popularity in the thecollection theeoUectktn theeoUection
collection of photographs which grace gr ce the themantel thentel themantel
mantel ntel the writing desk or any I nr of tho thosmall theentail
small 11 tables about the room President PresidentRoosevelt PresidentRooHv1t PresidentRooavelt
Roosevelt appears Rppe rs several times perhaps perhapsthe perbaPiitbe perhapsthe
the most conspicuously placed of Ids pho photographs pbotograpb photographe ¬
tographs being in his uniform of a a rough roughrider Toughrider roughrider
rider A favorite picture with the bar baroness buOnetl8 baroness ¬
oness which hlcn has never been displaced displacedby displacedby displacedby
by the latter is one In which its original originalappears originalappears originalappears
appears with all the dignity of the Chief ChiefExecutive ChieC1I ChiefExecuUve
Executive 1I ecutlve The latter is placed with a acorresponding acorresponding acorresponding
corresponding picture of Mrs Roosevelt RooseveltThe RooseveltThe RooseveltThe
The largest picture of al an is that of Car Cardinal Card Cardiust ¬
dinal d Gibbons GIbbo which has a place pl ce of ofhonor ofItonor ofhonor
honor also over the white carvedwood carvedwoodmantel CIlMedwoodmantel mrvedwoodmantel
mantel mantelThe mantelThe mantelThe
The late let Lord Pauncefote Richard RichardOlney RIcba0IIIeY RichardDine
Olney Dine the greatest Secretary of State of ofmany orBNLa7 ofmany
many years Gen Corbin and his clever cleverwife eleverillte cleverwife
wife the latter a very groat friend of the theAustrian UteArtaa theAustrian
Austrian baroness ro with half a dozen dozenprominent dozenprominent dozesprominent
prominent women of Washington ra ihingtan < or New NewYorks XewYOCk8 NewYorks
Yorks resident set sets t are included in this thiscollection thiseoUertIoft thiseoilentlon
collection of f friends jaii made rnaoe during her herAmerican MrAmertcan herAmerican
American residence r ldence The largest and andmost andmo andmost
most mo t prised of all however is the last lastphotograph lastphotograph st stphoto
photograph photo ph ever taken tke of the martyred martyredempress martyredempress martyredempress
empress which is framed and hung above abovethe abonthe abovethe
the inlaid desk deskBaroness deskBalOft8811 deskBarcuece
Baroness Hengelmulier with her six sixyearold sIx7Nrold sixyceroki
yearold daughter the latters governess governessand govor govorand governessand
and the baroness own maid will wit consti constitute conedtte constitute ¬
tute the traveling travellt party going in advance advanceof ad ador advanceof
of the Ambassador Ambu ador that the Baroness Baronessand BRron BRronaad BarOneSansi
and Mile Mila MII 1I1a may Join the mother m of tko tkoformer UteforJBer theformer
former in the Riviera for six weeks or ormore 01J1MN8 ormore
more before going to Austria Baron BaronHengelmuiler BllnHIHel1elJml1ler BaronHengelmulier
Hengelmuiler will Join his family JH Vi Vienna 1ft 1ftUIUl Vienna ¬
enna early 111 m the th summer summerThe summerThe summerThe
The Russian Ian Ambassador and Baroness BaronessRosen BUODMSRoeR BaronessRosen
Rosen are so welt pleased with Ith the the North NorthShore NortShore NorthShore
Shore of Massachusetts as a a summer roe residence rctJI roeIden ¬
idence Iden that they tltf have leased for the corn corntap eombit cornbig
tap season the same cottage cottA e at Coolldges CoolldgesPoint CoolldgMPDtat CoolkgesPoint
Point which they ocupied last year They Theywill Theywtn Theywill
will move the Embassy there in June JuneMrs JuneIrs JuneMrs
Mrs Shaw was the guest of o honor at at a abeautifully ab6UItJtully abeautifully
beautifully appointed luncheon yesterday yesterdayby
by b Mrs Charles Ackert AckertMr AckertMr AckertMr
Mr Thomas F Walsh raltth who ho Is spending spendingsome 8PflMl1aS4Hne spsndingsome
some time with his family at Monte Ionte Carlo Carloentertained C Carloostertained rlo rlontertalned
entertained King Leopold of Belgium at atluncheon atJuochoon atluncheon
luncheon on Monday MondayMrs Mo MondayMr da7 da7llr
Mrs llr Dryden was the hostess ho at a abeautifully avUCuUr abeautifully
beautifully vUCuUr appointed luncheon yesterday yesterdayafternoon yesterdayat8I yesterdayafternoon
afternoon OOn when her guests were Mrs Me MeKenna Mc McKenna MeKenna
Kenna Mrs llr Cullom Mrs Bulkeley Bulkele Mrs MrsHobart 1lrsHobrt MrsHobart
Hobart Mrs Hebblnghaua Heb lnghaus Mrs Dalzeli DalzeliMrs DalzellMrs DaizeilMrs
Mrs James Wadsworth Vxd worth Mrs Dwight DwlghtMrs DwightMrs DwightMrs
Mrs Lamar Mrs Clover Mrs Irs Warder WarderMrs 1VarderrL WarderMrs
Mrs rL Stevens Mrs rs James Harlan Mrs MrsGeorge MrsGeorge MrsGeorge
George Williams Mrs Tiffany Dyer Mrs MrsCorcoran 1115CereeninThom MisCereoran
Corcoran CereeninThom Thorn Mrs Herbert Wadsworth WadsworthMrs WadsworthIn WadsworthMrs
Mrs Ford Mrs lIr rs Hatch Miss Sherriil SherriilMiss ShtrrmMIllS ShorrillMiss
Miss Williams rUM Treat Miss Qulmby Qulmbyand Quimband Qulnsbyand
and Mrs Ira Kuser KuserMr Kuselr KuserMr
Mr r end nd Mrs P Lee Phillips entertained entertainedft entcrbilned8lUJ1 ontortnlnedsmall
ft small theater party last evening fol followed followed lothewed ¬
lowed by supper at the Alibi Club ClubMrs ClubMrs ClubMrs
Mrs Duncan McTCIm will open o n her fa famous faJIMHI8 IaIncus ¬
mous music room on tho afternoon of ofMarch orIarch ofMarch
March 15 for a concert at which Mr Fan Fanning FanRing Fansing ¬
Ring of New York will 111 be heard in aid aidof aidof aidof
of one of the local charities charlU Mr Fanning Fanningwho Fanningwlw Fanningwho
who Is considered the logical successor successorof successorof successorof
of David Btepham Bl pham in musical circles will willbe w1llbe willbe
be assisted a by several wellknown ama amateurs Ilmtoors amatours ¬
tours from fromWashington Washington society and the theaudience theaudience theaudience
audience will be one of the smartest smartestLenten smartestLenten smartestLenten
Lenten companies companiesMrs comlMl comlMliIrs companiesMrs
Mrs Lincoln will be in charge of the sale saleof saleof saleof
of tickets although tickets can also be bebad behad behad
had at Mrs McKims on the day of the themusical themu themusicale
musical mu musicaleMr lcale lcaleMr e eMr
Mr and ud Mrs Clarence Moore foorc who are arein areIn arein
in deep mourning for their little son and andtaking andtaking andtaking
taking no part In society this season will willleave willJeave willleave
leave next week for Brides BrldeSCrosslng BrldeSCrosslngMus Crossing CrossingMass
Mass where Mrs Moore and children chUdronwill childrenwill
I will pass the early spring at Swlftmore USwfftmorethe Swlftmorethe Swlftmorethe
the beautiful home erected several years yearsago yearsago 08rs 08rsAgO
ago by Mrs Moores father the late E EC EC BC
C Swift of Chicago ChicagoProfs ChicagoProfs ChicagoProfs
Profs H E Saltsman and an William de deFord deFord doFord
Ford entertained in their studios on Sun Sunday Sund Sunday ¬
day d evening last In honor of The Wash Washington WashIngton WashIngton ¬
ington Opera Club it being the second secondof sccondof secondof
of their series of Lenten receptions The TheSterling TheSterling TheSterling
Sterling Silver Silverfor Silverfor Silverfor
for Spring BridesWE Brides BridesJE Brides1ATE
WE 1ATE JE have by far the thelargest thelargest theV
V V largest and best bestselected bestselected bestselected
selected stock of Ster Sterling SterI Sterling
I ling Silver articles ap appropriate appropriate appropriate
propriate for Wedding
Gins Giftsand and we unques unquestionably unquestionably unquestionably ¬
tionably quote the Low Lowest Lowest Lowest ¬
est Prices PricesGALT PricesGAL PricesGI4LT
GALT GAL T BRO BROEstablished BROEstablished BROSEstablished
Established Over a Century CenturyJewellers CenturyJewellers CenturyJetvelers
Jewellers Silversmiths SiW rsmiths Stationers
1107 Pennsylvania Ave AveL AveL
studios wore tastefully decorated for the theoccasion theoco theoccasion
occasion oco 5lon and the company was enter entertained enterWned entertamed ¬
tamed by tho five talented children of Mr MrLouis MrLouis MrLouis
Louis Crowe Master Roy Crowe the theoldest theoldest theoldest
oldest Is only ten years YfJ 15 of age and de delighted de delighted dolighted ¬
lighted his audience with his brilliant brilliantpiano briJUantpiano brilliantpiano
piano playing Mr Harry Burns and Mr MrJ MrJ MrJ
J W Painter sang several seleotlons selectionswith seleotlonswith seleotlonswith
with fine effect Refreshments were wereserved wereserved wereserved
served during the evening eveningThe eveningThe eveningThe
The third reception Will be given on onnext onnoxt onnext
next Sunday evening eveningMr eveningMr eveningMr
Mr David H Mercer entertained a din dinner dinner dinner ¬
ner party p rty at his J s home 17W N street north northwest northwest northwest ¬
west last evening His guests ware Son Senator Sonator Sanator ¬
ator Burkett Mr V G Ftecher Fl Mr MrTheodore MrTheodore MrTheodore
Theodore W Noyef Mr Ernest t G Walk Walker Walker Walkor ¬
er Mr James Rankin Young MaJ A A J JStofer JStofer JStofer
Stofer Mr David S Barry Mr Clifford CliffordK
K Berryman and Mr Scott C C Bone BoneMrs BoneMrs BoneMrs
Mrs Thomas H Carter wife of the Sen Senator Senslur SonaWe ¬
slur from Montana will remain at her herSixteenth horSixteenth herSixteenth
Sixteenth street home through the spring springas
as hor two young oung sons are attending attendingschool attendingsohool attendingschooi
school In this city cityAnother cityAnother cityAnother
Another official household to be con continued continued continued ¬
tinued in Washington V will be that th t of Rep Representative Reprosentathe Representative ¬
resentative and Mrs Henry S Boutell of ofIllinois ofIllinois ofIllinois
Illinois owing to the younger children of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the family being in Washington schools schoolsMr schoolsMr schoolsMr
Mr and Mrs Boutell are now enjoying a avisit avisit avisit
visit from their oldest son Mr Roger JlogerBoutell RogerBouteU RogerBoutehl
Boutell secretary of the American Lega Legation Legation LegatUrn ¬
tion at The Hague who with wJttrtds his wire wifoand wireand wifeand
and baby daughter is spending his hl leave leaveof looveot leaveof
of absence in Washington WashingtonAn
An engagement of interest announced is isthat 1that Isthat
that of Miss MI Henrietta Cowman George Georgedaughter Georgedaughter corge corgedaughter
daughter of the late Mr and Mrs John JohnC JohnC JohnC
C George to Dr Marshall I rlbaU Langton LangtonPrice LangtonPrice LangtonPrice
Price Price son of the late Surgeon General GeneralCurtis GenentlCurtis GeneralCurtis
Curtis Price PrIce U S S A The marriage will willnot willnot willnot
not take place until n But xt winter winterMIs winterMiss winterMiss
MIs Miss Muriel Pears who has been the theguest theguest theguest
guest of Miss MI Molly 0117 BIKot Seawell S well for forseveral forsoyerAl forseveral
several months will sail n for her home homeIn homeIn homein
In England on Saturday Miss JU Pears will willJein wiltJeln willjoin
join her aunt auQ Lad Lady Sayre in London for forthe torthe forthe
the spring season seasonMrs sftsonMrs sessonMrs
Mrs Harry Colfax Grave will not be > e at athome atbonte athome
home today tod but will ilt receive on tb tbsecond the tbeseeond thesecond
second and a Cl fourth Wednesdays Wed through throughout thrOUSReut throvghout ¬
out the spring springAt springAt springAt
At the double presentation of the new newMinisters JtewlInlstertl newMinisters
Ministers from Italy and Brazil to Mexico MexicoCount MexicoCount IexteoCount
Count Cesare Ranuszl Scgni and Senor SenorAM SenorAldredo SenorAkiredo
Aldredo AM redo Morales y Gomez Ferreira to toPresident toPresident toPresident
President Diaz at t the National Palace PalaceCity Pftl PalaceCity ce ceCIty
City of Mexico on February 22 Wash Washingtons WashIn Washingtons
ingtons In n Birthday among the guests pres present preent preseat ¬
ent was U Mr Thomas Bryan Dry Huyck who whois whoIs 110 110Is
is visiting In that city These function functionalways f functionsalways neUon neUonalway
always most brilliant and impressive with withthe withthe withthe
the full cabinet staff and other officers officersand omcersand olflcersand
and members memb rs of the diplomatic corps In Inattendance InatUtndance inattendance
attendance were ere especially interesting interestingupon Intensl1ngupon interestingupot
upon this occasion on account t of the two twopresentations twopre twopresentations
presentations pre ntatloM and the day upon which whichit hlch hlchIt
it took place placeSenor pIaeeSeaor placeSenor
Senor Morale 0IaM Ferreira Frrel the new 1M Brazil Brazilian Draztlkua BrazilIan ¬
ian Minister is well known kao i ia Washing Washington WtahIngton Vk8 Ig ¬
ton 1011 having hu1 been chars aaftaires 4attak of toe toeBrazilian tJMBrasiliu theBrazilian
Brazilian Legation L here for several severalyears severalyeses eral eralyeara
Eats His Hurryup Mince Pie Lunch Luncheon Lunoheon Luncheon ¬
eon with the Clerks ClerksSimple ClerksSlmplc ClerksSimple
Simple I but nt Rapid Menu of Salmon SalmonSnnd Snl11onSancIwlch SalmonSniidwich
Snnd SancIwlch vicli Only Onl Non Can Afford AffordAlfnndnlf AffordAlfnndnlf trord trordllnndnlf
Alfnndnlf AlfnndnlfG AlfnndnlfOcorge llnndnlfQ
G Ocorge ors B CortetTMi b net pvlttiig on onairs onales
airs Just because Mea be han been promoted promotedto
to the Treasury Tr portiMia At t 1 oclock oclockyesterday oclockyelterdaY oclockyesterday
yesterday afternoon be arose from his fctadesk 1aisclnk hisdesk
desk put on eu his hat hat and walked across acrossFifteenth wcrORFltteenth scroesFifteenth
Fifteenth street to the hurryup uuUM uuUMand hat hatandeggory hornandeggory
andeggory and ry where be used to eat his Msnoonday hisnoor hisnoonday
noonday luncheon when be came to toWashington toWhlagton toWashington
Washington as a M stenographer and awltypewriter andt7pewriter andtypewriter
typewriter about ftfteen years 7 ago He Hetouched Hetouched Hetouched
touched elbows with scores res of the clerks clerksunder clerksunder clerksunder
under him In I the mad scramble to get getup getup ct ctup
up to the real pie counter His lunch lunchwas Junehu lunchwas
was u almost as frugal as a it was in the theMen th thwe theeldest
we Men days consisting CGMI6ttD of a salmon sand sandwich MOOv1eb sandwieb ¬
wich hot mince pie and a m RIta tg of alf altaJHIAU alfandalf allandalf
andalf Formerly it used to Ira plain plainmilk 1IIainmilk plainmilk
milk at S cents per but now II W cream is isAdded IeaMed isadded
Added which Jtkb4CH1b1es doubles the price priceWhen pricerben priceVheii
When rben he h was secretary to the t e Presi President Pr Preat Preeldent ¬
dent eat and later when he was Secretary Secretaryof
of Commerce and Labor Mr Cortelyou Cortelyouate Cortel o ote
ate te his lunch at the same hAshe hAsheWMn hasheryWhen hashery hasheryWhen
When he went to the Postoffice Poeto ke Depart Department DrpartJDeftt Departsneat ¬
ment be ate at t another quicklunch room roombut roombut roomhut
but returning uptown he again patronises patronisesthe p patronlacsthe tronlHtl tronlHtlthe
the old restaurant In anticipation of ofhavint ofhaving ofhaving
having the new Secretary of the Tress Treasury Trea Treaury Tressury ¬
ury as a customer eU8t t the proprietor saved saveda
a cut of hot mince of which Mr Cortel Cortelyou Cortelyou Cortelyou ¬
you Is especially pe lally fond and for which whichthere wllieltthere whichthere
there is a great demand demandAfter d demandAfter JRnd JRndAflw
After the conference in the afternoon afternoonbetween afternooftbetween afternoonbetween
between Secretary Cortelyou and the theComptroller theCOMptroller theComptroller
Comptroller of the Treasury on the Al Aldrich AIdrtch Alsirich
drich financial bill the latter said saidThe saidThe saidlhe
The act of March 4 17 1 makes no nochange DOchaage nochange
change in the terms or wording of the thelaw thelaw088 thelawes
law law088 a it has stood toad for many man years except exceptio exceptto exceptto
to require the consent of the Comptroller Comptrollerof
of the Currency and the approval of the theSecretary theSecretary theSecretary
Secretary of the Treasury TrM O and to increase increasetho Increasetho increasethe
tho maximum limit of retirement per permonth permonth permonth
month from ja tJeooOOO XJ000 to 6000006 Q00GtX Secre Secretary Secretary Secretary ¬
tary Cortelyou has advised me that that he hewill hewin hewill
will approve the applications for retire retirement retirement retirenient ¬
ment up to ttCOO000 OOOOO for the month of ofMarch orMuch ofMarch
March It will doubtless be the policy policyof policyof policyof
of the department to approve applications applicationsfor
for subsequent sub equent months unless some im important Important importent ¬
portant reason rea n should arise for limiting limitingthem limItIngthem limitingthem
them themRetirement themRetirement themRetirement
Retirement of bank circulation is the thofirst thefirst thefirst
first subject sub t upon which any official ex expression expres cxpresslon ¬
pression lon has been given gtv n regarding Mr MrCort MrCortelyous MrCortelyous
Cort Cortelyous lyous policy in the Treasury De Department DePArtment Dcpartrnent ¬
partment The Secretary S retary spent a busy busyday busydAY busyday
day and received a number of visitors visitorsBefore visitorsBofare visitorsBefore
Before assuming the duties of his new newoffice newofflce newoffice
office Mr Cortelyou quietly pursued a acourse acourse acourse
course of investigation into the workings workingsof
of the Treasury Tro sury Department and diligent diligently diligently diligently ¬
ly studied some of the subjects which he hewill hewill hewill
will encounter In the course of his admin administration ndmlnistraUon administratlon ¬
istration He ig well acquainted with ali alithe aUthe allthe
the Assistant Secretaries and many of the theprincipal theprincipal theprincipal
principal bureau chiefs in the department departmentand departmentand deportmentand
and no changes in the personnel will take takeplace takeplace takeplace
place immediately immediatelyCROWD Immedl immediatelyCROWD te1 te1OROWD
Policemen PedentrIan8 and Others OthcrnConquer OtherIConquer OthersConquer
Conquer Prank of the Wind WindThe WindThe VlndTho
The desire de lre of the public in general to tooffer tootter tooffer
offer assistance as lstance to a a woman or child in indistress Inl8tre8S Indistress
distress was illustrated on Pennsylvania Pennsylvaniaavenue Pennsylvania8venue Pennsylvaniaavenue
avenue yesterday when the hat of a small smallchild smftUchild smallchild
child was blown away way by the wind and andcarried andcarried andcarried
carried along the thoroughfare Police Policemen Polleemen Policemen ¬
men pedestrians and even passengers passengerson
on the passing street cars saw the little littlegirls littlegirJs littlegirls
girls plight and went to her assistance assistancewith assistancewith assistancewith
with willing wllllnghands hands and foot all joining joiningin
in the merry chase chaseStarted ch85eStarted chaseStarted
Started by the wind and being round roundof ToundoC roundof
of sailor fashion the hat rolled on the thesmooth thosmooth thesmooth
smooth pavement P vemcnt like a hoop and in increased Increased increased ¬
creased with Ith every turn Four policemen policemencame policemenCHme policemencame
came from opposite directions and hot hotfooted hotfooted hotfooted ¬
footed It after the headpiece while the thomother themother themother
mother and child stood in amazement amazementWith amazeinentYlth amazotnOnt1th
With 1th the increasing crowd In pursuit the thehat thehat thehat
hat rolled nearly a block when it was wasfinally wasfinally as asfinaJ1y
finally caught and returned to the right rightful rightful rightful ¬
ful owner owner amid the cheers of the admiring admiringand admIringnnd admiringand
and happy throng throngPotted throngPott throngPotted
Potted Pott < I Blooming Plants for Table TableSfecoration TableDtJ TabieteoratIon
Sfecoration DtJ < orathm The latest fad fad fa Shatter lUhI
Carter Fuller and Teller in inBinger illBinger inBingei
Binger Hermann Case CaseOREGON CaseOREGON CaseOREGON
Henry Bfcldrnm Relate Convemn Convemntioii COmerRn COmerRntlol1 Conversalion
lion In Reference to the Blue BlueMountain BlueIountaln BlueMountain
Mountain Reserve RelercDurke Bnrke Jniixlin JallHIInIncident JasslinIncident JniixlinIncident
Incident Brought Out In Coarc of ofTestimony 01TCIIUmonArguc ofTestimonyArgue
TCIIUmonArguc Testimony Arjjne Over Oer Evidence EvidenceSenator ElcIenceSonator EvidenceSenator
Senator Carter sf Montana and former formersurveyor torlftersU formersurveyor
surveyor sU yor general of Oregon Henry HenryMeldrum H6AryMeldrum HOaryMeldrurn
Meldrum testified to U e6 yesterday ye terday afternoon in inthe Inthe inthe
the case of the Government against againstBlnger againstBluger t tBhlgOl
Blnger Hermann who is charged with withdestruction withdestruction 1th 1thdCMJtruetlon
destruction of letterpress l books the theproperty theproperty theproperty
property of the government governmentSenator governmentSeOlltor governmentSenator
Senator Thomas H HCrter Carter of Montana Montanawas MontanAwu Montanawas
was the first witness after the recess He Hebad H Hhad Rehad
had been Commissioner ef the General GeneralLand GeaeralLand GeneralLand
Land Office from March 1 Ml until the themiddle themiddle themiddle
middle of of July 1SK l He identified two twocopybooks twocopybooks twocopybooks
copybooks containing letters dictated and andsigned a asigned andsigned
signed by him while Commissioner Comlll lillOner He Hestated Hestated Hestated
stated he had left them In the ofiTee when whenhe whenhe whenhe
he left that position together with 1th other othereffects othereffects othereffects
effects and that these th 5e books and other otherthings otherthings otherthings
things hud been sent him by Commis Commissioner Commll8IoMr Commissloner ¬
sioner Hermann prior to March larchThere HIL HILThere lL lLThere
There were three letterpress letter books books one oneof oneor oneof
of which lie had used while a member of ofCongress ofCongre ofCongress
Congress s Senator Carter anil 14 he re returned returned returned ¬
turned two of the booka to the land ofltee oflteein o olilcein lce lceIn
in September ISO because ins M looking lookingthem lookgthem lookingthem
them over he found they contained containedofficial eont containedotfiefal fid fidof
official of d 1 business matters pertaining to the theland theJaad theland
land office officeSenator officeSenntor ofliceSenator
Senator Carter Returns Hooks DookSenator HooksSenator DooknSenator
Senator Carter stated he had forgotten forgottenthe forgottentile forgottenthe
the incident of the return of the books booksuntil bookaunlll booksuntil
until he ran across them at his home in inHelena InHelenA InHelena
Helena Mont while going through tbrou a anvtas aJnk8I aflutes
flutes of papers for the purpose of getting gettingrid gettingrid etttnlrid
rid of them On crossexamination he ad adBllHcd admJtoo adrn1ted
BllHcd that he looked through this rais JIIItIeelldneous miseelaneovs raiseelta
eelldneous eelta neons collection after att r be had a con conference COIIerenee conferonee ¬
ference erenee with 111 Hermann as to the latters Jailersindictment lattersIndletment lattersindictment
indictment for destroying de his Hermanns Hermannsalleged Henna Hennaalleged Retsusansalleged
alleged private books Senator Carter Carterpromised CarterpromkMd Carterpromised
promised to return the one ether ther book bookwhich okwldeh bookwhich
which be had not sent back ta the office omceDd officeand officeand
and which he admitted might JRt ht contain offl offldal ometal oflielal
dal letters He also stated that there t was wasnothing W WIHtthtng wunrsthlng
nothing suggestive of fraud In the letter letterwritten letterwrit letterwritten
written writ teA him by Commissioner C Hermann Hermannnotifying lIenMaIInoUfYmg Hermanunotifying
notifying Mm of the return to him of the theletter theJetter theletter
letter books booksHenry bookLIIen bookHenry
Henry IIen Meklrum former enwr surveyor ry8fW gen general geaera genesal ¬
eral era of Oregon United States Land Ofltee Oflteewas O 0fcewag lce lceWU
was next called On crosoexaminatio r Uoa by byAttorney DrAttorney byAttorney
Attorney Wo WortMngton thtngton of counsel for Her Hermann Hermama Hermann ¬
mann MeWrum eklnua described again bt at length lengththe Jeo5ththe lengththe
the alleged conversation in Ate office hi hiPortland fAPorUand hiPortland
Portland Oregon between Hermann Hermann B BT BT BT
T Mays and himself i lit reference to tnt tntestablishment the theeat theestablahineut
establishment eat of U Ute e Blue Mountain re reserve reo reoerve reserve ¬
serve > He said there had been nothing nothingsecret nothhegsecret nothingsecret
secret about the conversations eonftrNt eonversatoas as four fouror touror fouror
or five other men were present pre at when Mr MrHermann XrHermann MrHermana
Hermann and Mr Mays Ma entered and the theconversation theeonveratlon theconversation
conversation for a a time was general generalThere generalThere raL raLThere
There was no suggestion au Jon at that time or orat orat orat
at any time of an Intention or desire de tre to todefraud tofttMUHl todefraud
defraud the government of Its It school schoollands 8CheoIJaad8 schoolknds
lands It was on the contrary expressly expresslysaid expr exprsaid expresslysmId
said that those who got It would have to topay topa
pay pa for the land After the others had hadgone ba4JOft hadgone
gone Maya explained to Hermann HI his hisidea IdaoC hisMiss
idea of establishing est U8hng the Blue Mountain Mountainforest Moweitninforest a afortl5t
forest reserve reserveI retfoentTold reserveTold
I Told Mcldrnm How to Invest Money MoneyMf 310neyMf 3loncyNI
Mf Hermann IonMJIn said there was an ad adverse MTnte advase ¬
verse sentiment in Oregon O as to estab MtabIIsluneat estabhishinent establishment ¬
lishment of the reserve and to do it h hwould bwould he hewould
would have to eliminate eft a number nt ntclaims ofclaims t tl
l claims and satisfy some settlers Mays Mayssaid a711Rid Idayssaid
said that could be done Hermann said saidhe 8aIcIbe saidhe
he would assist by securing 1IeC1II1a an anappropriation Increasedappropriation increased increasedappropriation
appropriation for Oregon for reserve reserveIn reMrYIn reservesIn
In a later conservation bad with Her Hermann Hermann Hermann ¬
mann Meld M MeIdrstm Wt mm l said Hermann suggested suggestedto
to him that he could make money by in investing InvUnS investing ¬
vesting in school lands in i the Blue Moun Mountain Mounlain Ioun Ioun18ln ¬
lain country Mr Hermann bad not ex explained exp1alpcd cxplalpod ¬
plained how but that was w not necessary necessaryMeldrum neeeaaryMelclrum necessaryMtkhum
Meldrum said he h had no money but butwould bUtwould butwould
would try to interest friends in which hleh be bewas bewas bewas
was unsuccessful u ful This ended their com communications COlamunlc8tt cosumunicatlons ¬
munications munlc8tt RS in reference to the Blue
Mountain unta1n reserve r said Meldrum MeldrumMtldrum I8IdrumfkJrum MeidrumNeldrum
Mtldrum fkJrum then took up the mom of tot totters Itttters letter ¬
ter ters he received r eloed from Hermann and said saidthat aIdthat saidthat
that nearly nearl all were official Ial and had been beenentered Wenfntere beenentered
entered on the books of his office in Port Portland PortJand Portland ¬
land but that he had received about one oneletter Oftelelt oneletter
letter lelt r a month from rr l Hermann on per personal pftaom personal ¬
sonal and political matters One of these thesetettere th8el thesekstters
tettere l < referred 1 to the appointment appoln t of a aMrs atIrs aMrs
Mrs Silverstein formerly an employe of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Oregon Or n Land Office in reference Tder nce to toreappointment a areappotntment areappointment
reappointment When he wrote rote Mr Her Hermann Hermann Hermean ¬
mann that such could not be done doneMid he hesaid isosaid
said that Hermann wrote him stag suggesting su suest1ng staggesting ¬
gesting the use of Mrs M Silversteins name namein JUUD namein
in the making of land entries from which whichshe whichshe whichshe
she would derive fees amounting to toor MOO MOOor 300 300or
or 4W and that this might satisfy tisty her herMrs herMrs herMrs
Mrs Sttverstein declined and that ended endedthat endedU1t endedthat
Tell Tells of JoMilin Incident IncidentAt
At the morning session Senator S Fulton Fultonupon Fultonupon Fultonupon
upon request of District Attorney Baker Bakertestified Bak Bakertestiaed r rtestl
testified testl ed In regard to the BurkeJosslin BurkeJosslinIncident BurkeJoUnIncklent BurkeJoeslinincident
Incident Senator Fulton related as to tohis tohis tohis
his being retained by JoeeHri in 1888 lS to tolook tolook tolook
look after his interests Joeslin having havingbeen haingbeen havingbeen
been arrested aTre6t d Senator Fulton stated < that thatthis thatthis thatthis
this was before he was Senator Reply Replying Repl ReplIng Replyhag ¬
ing to Mr Bakers question as to whether whetherhe whethrhe whetherhe
he had asked the reappointment of Mr MrHall MrHall MrHall
Hall as United States attorney Senator SenatorFulton StnatorFulton SenatorFulton
Fulton most emphatically em atlcaUy declared decl red he hehad hEhad hehad
had not and challenged the district at attorney attorney attorney ¬
torney to produce any evidence to that thateffect thlLteffect thateffect
effect effectSenator effectSenator effectSenator
Senator Teller who happened to be in incourt incourt Incourt
court was called by the defense and tes testified t ttified testitled ¬
tified to the good reputation of Hermann HermannMr HermannMr HermannMr
Mr Teller testified as regards the cus custom custom custorn ¬
tom prevailing in the Interior Depart Department Departm Departmont ¬
mont m nt when he was its Secretary withreference withreference with withreference
reference to the keeping of personal let letterpress letterpress letteepress ¬
terpress copy books He stated that thathe thathe thathe
he kept personal books in which he had hadentered hudentered hadentered
entered some things relating to public publicaffairs publicaffairs publicaffairs
affairs but which he thought should not notbe notbe notbe
be spread on the public records Senator SenatorTeller SenatorTeller SenatorTeller
Teller further stated that when he left leftthe It leftthe ft ftthe >
the office as Secretary of the Interior he hetook h htook hetook
took those books with him Mr Teller Tellerwas Tenrwas Tellrwas
was shown some letters and asked by Mr MrBaker MrBaker MrBaker
Baker whether in his opinion they should shouldhave shouldh shouldhave
have h ve been put by him in his 1tt private letter letterbook letterbook letterbook
book Senator Teller thought It all de depended dppended depended ¬
pended from whom the letter had be been beenreceived < m mreceived n nreceived
received receivedThe receivedThe receivedThe
The rest of the morning session wa wadevoted waoJ waoJdevoted wadevoted
devoted to argument for and against the theatimissibllity th thadmlsslblHty theadmissibility
admissibility of evidence It was the con contention contention contention ¬
tention of the prosecution that it was wascompetent wascompptent wascompetent
competent to show conspiracy on the part partof artof partof >
of Hermann by proving his association associationwith associationwith associationwith
with the men involved involvedJustice InvolvedJustice InvolvedJustice
Justice Stafford after hearing the argu arguments argumtnts arguments ¬
ments for both sides ruled that the con contested contcsted contested ¬
tested question might be answered At Atthe Atthe Atthe
the afternoon session Meldrum then re related related related ¬
lated to the best of his remembrance the theconversation theconversation theconversation
conversation between himself and Mr MrMays MrMays MrMaya
Mays in Portland on the day d Hermann Hermannvisited lIermannIstted Hermannvisited
visited the office officeAlways officeAlways officeAlways
Always the Same SameTharps SameTharps SameTharps
Tharps Pure PureBerkeley PureBerkeley
Berkeley Rye
812 F St N W Phone Mean M 1141 1141Special 1141Secial 1141Special
Special Private Delivery
Final Concert of Season at Columbia ColumbiaTheater ColumbiaTheater ColumbiaTheater
Theater Yesterday YcHtcrdnyThe YCRterdnyThe YesterdayThe
The Choral Society of Washington moat moatcreditably mOfltcreditably moatcreditably
creditably celebrated the close of its itstwentyfourth Itatwontyf itstwentyfourth
twentyfourth twontyf urth season yesterday afternoon afternoonat
at the Columbia Theater The ter by a sacred sacredconcert socr sacredconcert d dcolleer
concert colleer under the directorship of Its able ablemusical ableIR1Hdcai ablemusical
musical director Mr Sydney Wrightson WrightsonHe WrlghtsonHe VrlgbtsollHe
He was delightfully and strongly sup supported 8Upported supported ¬
ported not only by the chorus he had so socarefully 8carefully socarefully
carefully trained which shone especially especiallyin
in the Amen chorus but by four beauti beautiful beautiful beautiIn ¬
ful In voices which gave the audience emi eminent eminent cminest ¬
nent satisfaction Mtlsacll satisfactiona n a contralto whose whosephrasing whosephrasing e ephrasing
phrasing was really admirable and who whohad whohad whohad
had some of the beautiful organtones of ofSealehl orSea1chf ofScaichi
Sealehl at her best a soprano also very verycharming veryabarmlng verycharming
charming in her technique and timbre timbreand timbreand timbreand
and training a tenor much above the theaverage tbeaverage theaverage
average and the basso profundo Julian JulianWalker JulianValker JulianWalker
Walker whose Luigl dal care bene beneSecchi beneSecchl beneSecehi
Secchl Secchi and The Lord Worketh Von Wonders Vonders Vondora ¬
ders from Handels Judas Maccabeus Maccabeuswere Maecnbeusere Maccabeuswere
were ere very well given givenB8clM givenBarbs I IBachs
Barbs uJesu Jesu Priceless Treasure an anexquisite anexqul anexquisite
exquisite exqul lte thing was beautifully be utfCulIy given It Itwas Itw Itwas
was w all another form of Lenten service serviceand serviceaDd serviceand
and brought out a large l rge body of church churchpeople churchpeople churchpeople
people peopleOratorio peopleOratorio peopleOratorio
Oratorio music is to other music in its itselevation U Uelevation itselevation
elevation dignity and seriousness Hrtou ness what whatMilton whatXl1ton whatMilton
Milton is i to verse and it speaks well for forWashington forWas forWashington
Washington Was lngton that it creates sustains sustl n and andappreciates andappreciates andappreclatessuch
appreciates appreclatessuch such a choral society societyGIVES HOelet HOeletGIVES societyGIVES
Judge Stafford Talk to Students of ofHoward ofIIonarl ofHoward
Howard University UniversityJustice Ul1lverllltyJuUce UniversityJustice
Justice Stafford of the Supreme Court Courtof CourtC
of C the District of Columbia gave an in interesting Intere interestiug ¬
teresting tere Uag lecture last evening on the theworks thewo thework
works wo work of Whittier the great Quaker poet poetd poetad poetcud
cud ad d sketches kete e of bIB life Uf before the stu students studeats students ¬
dents of 1 Howard University m in Memor Memorial MemorIal MernorIsi ¬
ial Chapel ChapelJustice Cha ChapelJustice el elJ08tJce
Justice Stafford St tlord compared Whittier Whittierwith Whittierwith tt r rwith
with the other renowned American poets poetsand poetand poetsand
and toW why his writings had appealed appealedto Rppe led ledto
to the people of the nation Whittier he hesaM hesaU hesaId
saM while hlle Not a college educated poet poethad poetbad
had a style of simplicity of words pottl and andlanguage andlanguage andlanguage
language that made his writings wl1t1n particu particularly partleuIarl particu41rIy ¬
larly Iarl popular If Whittier hlttler had graduated graduatedfrom gradURtoofrom graduatedfront
from Harvard or any other r college Jus Justice Juttee JusLice ¬
Lice Stafford said it might have changed changedthe chanJedUM changedthe
the life pi the man with the result re ult that thathis thatb thathis
his b poems p as they are today to < y would never neverhave neverhaye neverleave
have been written writtenThe wrltt n nne n nThe
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