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Lac Lace paper valentines valentinesLeap valentinesLeap valenttne8Leap
Leap Y Year flar valentines valentinesValentines valntIn valntInValentines ventIneValentln
Valentines Valentln to make you OU laugh laughValentines laughValentine laughVPJent1nei
Valentines to make you ou feal good na astured asturedValentinei tared taredValentines turedVahmttne8
Valentines full of tender sentiment sentimentValentines MnUrnentValentines entImntValentines
Valentines that are beautiful works of art artThe ItrtTbe artThe
The assortment is 1 complete and fld you surely have some iee e one that you want wantto wantto wantto
to send a message to on St Valentines Day and you will tlL flnd ndtbat that Hearts HeartsSweet HeartsSweet HeartsSweet
Sweet Story among our valentines valfnUnesSEND SEND IT ITValentine ITYalentlne ITValentine
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Sale of factory samples samplesscissors samplesscissorsshears samplesscissorsshearsknives
scissorsshears scissors scissorsshearsknives scissorsshearsknivesValues shears knives knivesValues kni V es esValues
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oft 9t th the right kind now and for only 25r 51 5 > It depends d Pfnd upon your ability abtUt abtUtCacl
Cacl la obooae eoH the best kinds whether you get Thc ones or those worth up to toINCLUDE toINCJUDEJ toICI1tDEI
INCLUDE AltE AUeHutcbcr Kutchcr knives bread knives UcInK dlelngkn1cs Uelnlknlt UcInKknives
knives knlt i cake knives In all shapes and size lIizClJ nlzwi and scissors and andshears nndHhenrH andsilearM
shears for nearly nenrl every eer purpose in nearly nil regular Niccs NiccsThese fdzCJolTbese NI7cMThese
These are strictly highclass goods and sold at these th 8e prices simply be because beeaUBe beeauie ¬
cause we secured at a sacrifice the entire line of showroom and travelers travelerssamples travelersItampleFlrst travelersemp1eFIrt
samples ItampleFlrst First Floor FloorBargain Bargain Tables
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sMh = a price A A white dress is something that every woman wants want to have in ft ftwxrbe her herwardrobe beraDd
wardrobe and the majority want two or three thr Why you can almost get et f fEXTRA
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grade of French Lawn f1 Inchft wide at A yard onl onlTRA only onlyTEA
of Sheer French Lawn highly mercerized a very LAWN LA N also checked checkedlawn checkedlawn
rI 47 Inches wide a regular regulare lawn in a sheer quality qualityassorted
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fering it will be impossi impossible l ¬ I wide A positive positiveMe po lUve sons son moat popular tab fabrics ¬
ble 1g to duplicate Me quality ape speat spe rica regular 2k
later Tomorrow duplicate18c 16 18c C I dat t tomorrow 25 OC C I Special i I a aat 15 c cWhite
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White Goods GoodsFirst First Floor
iiiii Sale of pillows pillowsOdorfeM
Odorless Feather Pillows blue bluesad blueAd bluesad
sad white striped fancy art tickings tickingsand tickingsaa tickingsant
ant and imitations of imported linen linenticks linentick linenticks
tick ticks Every very pillow warranted pure pureodorless purtoo4Iod pureodorioes
odorless o4Iod and auld sanitary nltary cured cured11x27 curedJ1d7 cured21x27
11x27 slx else elseeach 1 3K pounds < M CQ CQeach
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each eh worth N Special SpealaIx eeIal V > AOv7 AOv7Stx37
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Bedwear BedwealFlrat First Floor Floorr
Joint War Maneuvers at Pine Plains Plainsin Plainsin
in June Juney JunenCll
y v nCll Ilcply 1tel fiom fvozitCov Gov Go Hughes to Invi Invitation 1111ttlon liti1tt1on ¬
tation for Militia to Participate Participatein
in Xew York Citys Defense DefenseThe DctC iC iCTIle
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The TI following foUowla programme has been de decide de derided ¬
cide tided upon pea by the War Department for forthe forth forthe
the th joint maneuvers at Pine Plains N NY NY
L Y Yi from June 15 i to July Jul 15 1i IMS 3IO under undercommand underco
p command co of the commanding general of ofthe ofthe
3 the Department rtlJlent of th the JEast JEastRegulars EutRepulanJour aat aatRegularsFour
Regulars RepulanJour Four troops of the Eleventh EleventhCavalry KleYenthcavalry eventb eventbCavalry
Cavalry and four troops of the Fifteenth FifteenthCavalry FIfteenthCavalry FifteenthCavalry
Cavalry from Fort Ethan Allen four fourtroops fourttoo fourtEGOPS
troops ttoo of the Thirteenth Cavalry and two twobatteries t1Obat twobatteries
batteries bat of the Third Field Artillery Artilleryfrom Arttlleryfroaa Artilleryfrom
from Fort Myer four companies of the theFifth theFJR theI
Fifth FJR Infantry from Plattaburg Ptatt8bur Bar Barracks Barneb Barniche ¬
I racks four companies ell of the Twelfth In Infantry Infantry Infantry ¬
fantry from Fort Porter four companies companiesof
I of the Twelfth Infantry from Fort Jay Jayfour Jayfour JayL
four companies COfl1flie of the Twelfth Infantry Infantryfrom Intutryfrom Infantryfrom
from Niagara tour companies of the theTwentyfourth theTwentyfourth theTwentyfourth
Twentyfourth Infantry from Fort On Ontario Ont OntirIo ¬
t tario rio eight e t companies of the Twenty Twentyfourth Twentyfourth Twentyfourth
fourth Infantry from Madison Barracks Barracksavailable Barraco1aDabie BarracksyaIIab
available yaIIab e regular lar force ten troops troo of cav cavalry cayairy ¬
airy 1 lIT two batteries of Held artillery and andtwentytwo andtwen7two andtwentytwo
twentytwo companies of infantry infantryFrom infantryFrom infantryFrom
From June 15 to June JUIt 25 one regiment regimentf
ot < > f New Hampshire one battalion from fromVermont fromY fromVermont
Y Vermont frmont one regiment from Massachu Massachusetts Maisachutta IallllaChufUtts ¬
fUtts setts tta and one regiment from Connecticut Connecticutfrom Connecticutfrom Connecticutfront
from June 26 to July 5 6 two regiments regimentsfrom regimentsfrom regimentsL
L from New York and one regiment from fromPennsylvania fromPfnnylvanla fromPennsylvania
Pennsylvania from July Jul i to July 15 15one 15 15one 15one
one regiment from Now Jersey one on reg regiment r rIment regI1 ¬
I1 iment from Maryland and one regiment regimentfrom rOlmentfrom regimentfront
from the District of Columbia ColumbiaNo ColumbiaSo ColumbiaNo
No reply PI has been received from Gov GovHughes GovHuabes 0evhughes
Hughes by the department to the invita invitation InvitaI ¬
tion 1 ion to have several companies of the theXew theXew theNew
Xew York militia participate in the Joint Jointcoast joint1QIt Jointca5t
coast 1QIt artillery maneuvers man uvers in the defense defenseof defeneeof defenseof
of New York YorkTRUST YorkTRUST YorkTIUJST
Land Company Cunipanyuuy IJuya German Gernin Com Company COnlImll ¬
pany Imll Which blch May Lliinidnte LliinidnteIMttsburir JlflnldntePttubu IaliuldatePlttaburg
IMttsburir Pttubu Feb I IThe The Land Trust TrustCompany TrustC TrustopsJiy
Company C opsJiy has 1Ia purchased the entire cap ¬
b ital ltd stock of the German Germa Trust Com Company Comaay Cornpaay ¬
pany aay and at the close of business to today toJa today ¬
Ja day at nOon a the German Trust Com Company COmpaU7 Co Copany ¬
pany will be moved to the quarters quart of ofthe ort ofthe
the t he purchjfslitK pare company and It
neces necessary neces4ary eees eeesary ¬
sary ary will be beI liquidated liquidatedRecently Utluf aled aledcc
I Recently cc Uy the capital stock toeJc of the theLand theIand theiaud
Land Trust Company was increased to to5MMt tof to5NOO
f 5MMt 5 5NOO by the Mile of 171 17 shares abare of ofthe ofthe ofthestock
the thestock stock held in the treasury S S8teel A ASteel ASteel
Steel president of the German Trust TrustCompany TrUltCompaay TrustCornpsny
Company and Jacob Klein one of the thedirectors therJlrecton thedirectors
directors have been added to the direc directorate dl dltorate directorate ¬
torate of the Land Trust Company
The secretary and the treasurer J Jtmer 1 M MMiller iitil1er
Miller tmer will also become identified with withthe llthth withth
the th Land Truat TrustThe TruatThe TruatThe
The German had a capital stock of ofsiioee
18186 161 and an a surplus of 58 UOS9 UOS9GOLD IOSt IOStGOLD S0 S0GOLD
Engagement ot 500000 for Argen Argentina ar rrcn rrcnthin en entlnK ¬
tina the First Since Last Jn t Spring SpringNew SprlnJNew SpringNew
New York York Feb 1 IFor For the first time timetince timetince timecinc
tince cinc last June a gold export engagement engagementwas en engagementwas gement
was 81 announced in Wall street today todayMailer todayMuller todayMuller
Muller Scbatl A Co secured JMOCW 00001 008 for forshipment for5hiplDent foreidpaient
shipment to Argentina This Thu was regard regarded Yeardeu ¬
ed eu with interest as since the October Octoberpanic OetolHtrpanic Octoberpanic
panic 100000000 gold has been imported
Now that money rates are easy again a ln an anpxp anfxpnrt anr anmovement
r pxp fxpnrt rt movement Is likely to occur occurAppointment oecurAppolntmcnt occurAppotntnient
Appointment Recommended RecommendedCommissioner Recommenf1eflCma RecomniendedCmsioner
Commissioner Cma sioner Macfarland has approved approvedthe approvedthe L Lthe
the r cuiumaadation < of o Maj Sylvester Sylvesterthat Sylvesterthat Sylvesterthat
that Charles C Mansfield be appointed a aprivate arhate s sWivateof
private Wivateof rhate of class 1 loathe on the police force
I Cluny lace centersI centers centersWorth centersWorth
I Worth 150 150at 50 98c fl Q Qat
at choice choiceThese
II These center pieces have real realrluny r realluny 1 1Iuny
rluny Iuny lace aee edge four inches deep deepand cloePII deepand
I and with center of pure linen linenISineh UnenI linenISinch
I ISineh sue slseChoice sueholce
r Choice holce of four different designs designsof clellfoot
of lace laceYoull laceYoull
Youll not find theee priced prl d so low lowagain lowa lowagain
again a Aln soon so buy Monday MonclayPS MondayFirst t tFirst
First PS t Floor FloorS S Kami Kana Sons at Co
Catholic C Manifestation in Paris ParisStreets IRrlSt InrlsSteeisNoire
Streets St SteeisNoire eetsXoCrc Xolre Dame Crowded CrowdedParis CroWllC11I CrowdedParis
Paris Feb lTbe funeral of Cardinal CardinalRichard CardinalRichanl CardinalRichard
I Richard Archbishop of Paris who died diedin diedin diedn
in i n this city on January 28 took place at atNotre atXolN atNotre
Notre Dame Cathedral today and was wasmade wumade wasmade
made the occasion of a great Catholic Catholicmanifestation CathoaicmamloatAtion Catholicmanifestation
manifestation It passed off however howeverwithout bow ver verwithout
without any disturbance d turbaftce The police wi wider 1IItd uner ¬
der d er r Instructions uuUctloa from Prefect Laptae Laptaegave IDepn LpIneave
gave g ave every onr protection to those woo who ac accompanied Ae Aecompaaled seompanled ¬
companied c gc gs the procession through the thestreets tUatnets thetreeta
streets s and later crowded the cathedral cathedralThe cathedralTh cathedralThe
The Th route from the archbishopric to the thecathedral theeAtbedtal theatheda1
cathedral c atheda1 was thro thronged ed with people and anda ada
a great crowd followed in the wake of oftlie Ofbe efue
tlie t be ue hearse A circuit was made to avoid avoidpassing aYOidpaulIII avoidsuIng
passing p suIng before the residence of President PresidentLoubet PretIdeDtLoubet
Loubet m In order to prevent the possibility possibilityof
of any unfortunate incident incidentThe JnddentThe
The square in front of Notre Dame DameCathedral Dam DamCathedral lnmeCathedral
Cathedral was as packed with people peG and andfive andftve
five minutes after the doors were opened openedthe opeDedthe
the huge edifice was filled to overflowing overflowingAll
All A II the cardinals and most mo t of the arch archbishops althbilbofJil archbishops ¬
bishops and bishops of France the clergy clergyof clergyot
of Paris officials of the congregations eoncre eoncrenumber a anumber anumber
number of representatives reJle of the French Frenchnobility Frenchnobility Frenchnobility
nobility and the Roman Catholic mem members meIben aiimhers ¬
ben of the Senate and the Chamber of ofDeputies ofDeputies ofDeputies
Deputies were present presentCardinal prfJleDtCarcUnal
Cardinal Lecot I Archbishop of Bordeaux Bordeauxofficiated Bordeauxo Bordeauxoltielated
officiated o The body was v interred in the thetombs thetombs the thetombs
tombs of the Cathedral atbedral At the conclusion eonclul9nof conclusionof
of the ceremonies cer onles the crowd outside outllldeebeered outsidecheered outsidecheered
cheered as the long Ion line of o prelates prelatesmarched preJatesmarched
marched out of the cathedral cathedralJIMMY catbedralJIMMY
Porter I orCer on Ohio River Packet 3Ia 3Iaqucradiug lIns lInsquerailiig 1111 1111qucrallluJ
qucradiug for Seven Yearn YearnLouisville YcnrllLouisville YearnLoutevlue
Louisville Feb L luJlmmy Jimmy Allen who whofor whoCor whofor
for four years has worked on steamboats steamboatsrunning steamboatsrunnin steamboatsrunning
running runnin out of Louisville is l no longer longerporter ongerport longerporter
porter port r on the steamer Falls City Just as asthe utb asth
the tb boat was about to leave the wharf wharfyesterday wharfYMterdty wharfyesterday
yesterday two officers appeared with a awarrant aWarl1UJt awarrant
warrant for AlIens Allen arrest the charge chargebeing chargebe1 chargebeing
being be1 masquerading in mans man garments garmentsAllen garmentAllen garmentsAllen
Allen is a comely youth of about twenty twentywho twentywho twentywho
who had been porter on the Falls City for forfour forfour forfour
four months Before that Allen was em employed employed employed ¬
ployed on the towboat Sprague Spna and on onthe o otbe ohe
the t he Evansville packets packetsWhen patcketsVlhen packetsWhen
When taken before the chief of police policeMiss porlCeIu potieeMiss
Miss Iu Allen confessed that she had been beenwearing been1earlnG beenwearln
wearing wearln boys clothing seven years and amihad andbad andhad
had deceived decelvt every one She was turned turnedover turnedover turnedover
over to the jail matron matron and donned worn womens WOlDen wornenigarinents ¬
ens en enigarinents enigarinentsLAST garments garmentsLAST larmeRt8LAST
LAST PANIC VICTIM DIES DIESDojertoivn DIESDorertown DIESfloycriown
Dojertoivn Death List Now ow 170 170Services 10SerIeNI 170Services
Services for the Sin Slain SlnhlBoyertown SlainBoyrtown in inBoyertown
Boyertown Pa Feb 1 1TM The day set for forth fortM forthe
th tM public memorial service to the vic victims yfcUms victims ¬
tims of the Rhoades Opera House disas disaster dlsa dlsatel dIster ¬
ter added another name to the list of ofdead ordead 01 01dead
dead deadMrs deadAlra
Mrs William lUlam Toms who was severely severelyinjured severelyinjured severelyInjured r
injured In the fire and panic succumbed succumbedtoday succumbedtoday suocumbedtoday
today her death bringing the total aunt nutnof numof auntof
of fatalities up to lie 179Memorial lieIemorlal 170Memorial
Memorial day was observed everywhere everywherethroughout everywheretblOU1hout everywherethroughout
throughout the little town Public serv services Jlerlees servIces ¬
ices wore held in the churches and all allplaces allplaee allplaces
places of business bu were cloeed during the theafternoon tltoafternoon theafternoon
afternoon afternoonPractically afternoonPractically afternoonPractically
Practically the whole population attend attended attendEMI ¬
ed 1 the church services and the element elementof elementot elementof
of personal mourning entered largely into intothe Intothe Intothe
the ceremonies there being scarcely a afamily afamily afamily
family in the community which did not notsuffer notuffer notsuffer
suffer uffer bereavement in the catastrophe catastropheIlelel eata8tropheHeI1 catastropheIteltI
Ilelel in Reid Murder Case CaseIn CaJieIn CaseIn
In default of 9900 300 bail Charles Phillips Phillipswho PhlUiPwho Phillipswho
who Is being beIa held by the police In con connection CODJI connection ¬
nection JI tlo 1 with tho death of Henry W V Reid Reida Reidwl00nkeover Reda
a saloonkeeper who was killed kilt about a aweek r rweek e r rweek
week ago was committed to Jail yester yesterday yesterday yesterby ¬
day by Justice Barnard Phillips Is said saidby saidby sal I Iby
by the police to know more about the thekilling theknUnl 1 1killing
killing than he has told and he h is being hem hemdetained
detained as a witness
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75c colorec colorecJ colored taffeta silks 59c 9
A J Ayard yard yardThis yrd yrdThis C S SThis
This represents the balance of the great colored taffeta silk sale Last week the dressmakers almost almostcleaned almostdcaned almostcleaned
cleaned us out of those we had on sale stle within an hour especially of the white grays pinks and blues bluesWe bluese bluesiT
We iT e are again supplied with the following full assortment of colors Dont miss getting the shade you youwant youwant youwant
want by waiting waitingconte come for it bright and early tomorrow toQ1Orrow Positive 75C quality These are the shades shadesPJXK shadesPISI shadesFINK
17Inch Checked and andPlaid andPlaid andPlaid
Plaid Plaidglass glass glasstoweling glasstoweling
toweling towelingwith
with fast selvage To Tomorrow To Tomorrow Tomorrow ¬
morrow a yard yardBe yard8c
1 Highclass lining silk silkshort silkshort
short lengths lengthsa lengthsa lengthsa
a yard V Vthis only 15c 15cThia
This 1s a decisive cut to take out In a dt day y aU the odd lengths ot otthis ofthis
this silk lining that remain All know kno the reputation of this thislining thisliningit thisliningit
lining liningit il is extensively > tpnsivly advertised in all the th magazines These are in ingood Ingood ingood
good colors such as blue gray tay m mode < Kle tan cream rE > am and white
Sale of 18c to to39c 39c perfect perfectPILLOWCASES perfectPILLOW perfectPILLOW
I 12 12c 12cThese c cThe
These The are not seconds All 45 4 by
Sf S inches foo O dozen ip all Made Madefrom Madefrom ade adetrom
from such wellknown highclass highclasscottons blghclancottons highclasscottons
cottons as asAtlHHtfe as astlHHtI asAtisstit
AtlHHtfe tlHHtI Anchor AnchorVniiisutlR nfkor fonexlejen fonexlejenAViiniNiitlH foncIIC n nJlllumtt
AViiniNiitlH Jlllumtt X Xp v Hertford HertfordIurcnkN BedfordJcrt fle11ordPerenles
IurcnkN Jcrt > ftll and White 1iIie Tliorn TliornWe rJwIJIe ritornWe
We e reserve the right to limit limitquantities limitquanUUe limitquantities
quantities to any purchaser as a we wedo wedo wedo
do not intend to supply any an dealers dealersThe dealersThe dealersThe
The reason for this offering offerin is that thatthese thatthese thatthese
these cases are made up of the ends of ofof ofof ofof
of sheetings heeUng which have heretofore heretoforeWe hu010rebeen heretoforebeen
been considered waste by the mUlti mUltiWe millsWe
We bought bou < bt the th goods as waste and andhad andhad andhad
had thMn th m made into cases instead insteadof In Insteadof tead teadof
of sheets sheetsNone sheetsNone hfetflNonf
None sent cnt by mail or C O D DFirat DFirst
First Floor FloorBarpln Bargain Tables
Rev lev Mr Miller Speaks in the theGyrn Gym Gymnasium Gymnuium ¬
nasium Hall This Afternoon AfternoonSnlijeot AfternoonSnlJJct Afternoonubject
S Snlijeot ubject of Hlla Playing ful the Pool Will Willc VJlI VJlIlie
lie c BiKcMisnetl UhccuHIIcdJlrt air Hale Give GiveLecture Chccuture lves lves1cuturd
Lecture Wednesday WednesdayAn cdnellda cdnelldaJI
An address by Her George Geor A Miller Millerhi xmerIs Millera
hi m a a announee announced for the mens IDen meeting in inGymnasium InGyll1ll8lllum
Gymnasium Hall of the Young Yoan Mens MensChristian Men MenClantiM
Christian Association this afternoon at atS40 atoclock
S40 3 10 oclock The subject Playing the theFool theFool theFOol
Fool will present a live presentday presentdayaspect presentdayspect ntday ntdayaspect
aspect a of an old scriptural incident JneldentThe incidentThe incidentThe
The usual musical prelude opens in the thelobby thelobby theobby
lobby l at S oclock The study clubs un under under unec ¬
der d ec the instruction of Commissioner ComlD l81oner Mac Macfariand Macfarland Macarland
fariand f Dr Merrill M rrm E Gates Maurice MauriceE
E Miller M X D and Mr Campbell Cam lI meet meetat meetat meetat
at 5 oclock All men especially peclany young youngmen YOUDmen youngmen <
men who are strangers in Washington Washingtonare Yuhin ton tonare
are welcome wel omo to these meetings meetingsOne meetiD meetiDOne
One of the liveliest clubs in the th asso association asHelation assocItIon ¬
elation Is the Twentieth Century Club Clubwhich Clubwhich Clubwhich
which meets every Tuesday evening at atS
890 S 3 oclock The subject for discussion discussionnext di8CUU1onnext diacusslonnext
next Tuesday is What Is the Effect of ofTariff oCTart ofTariff
Tariff Tart < and Immigration Immi ration < on Wages WagesMrs WagerJalm WagesMrs
Mrs Annie Riley Hale Hal formerly fonnerl of ofTennessee ofT ofTenneime
Tennessee T nneaee now a resident of Washing Wuhlngton Washingon ¬
ton t on Is to lecture at the Association As Assembly u usembi Assembly ¬
sembly sembi Hall Wednesday Wec1n day evening enlnl on the thesubject thosubject theubject
subject s A plan to Bring Brln the North and andSouth andSouth
South Together on an Old Issue SeR Senator SeRator Seaator ¬
ator Robert L Taylor will m introduce Mrs MrsIlaie MMHale MrsItaIe
Hale and members of both houses of ofCongress otConcreu ofCongress
Congress will m attend Commenting on onMrs onIra onMrs
Mrs Kales Hale address Judge Chambers of ofthe oft ofthe
the t Spanish Treaty Claims Commission Commissionsays Commissionsays
says she lIe has a message that goes to the theroift therOdt therodt
rOdt of the race problem and that tha t she shediscusses shedtaculI8e8 shediscusses
discusses it without fear or prejudice prejudicesuccessfully pnoJudlclIucceutuIly prejudicesuccessfully
successfully avoiding avoidln the dangerous fea feature feature leature ¬
ture of offending the Northern sentiment sentimentor
or inflaming In naming the Southern feeling feelingDESERTER feelingDESERTER feelingDESERTER
Father Goes with Son to Office of ofSecretary ofccretu ofSecretary
Secretary ccretu 3I Jdcn1 Jdcn1Charles MetcalfCharles lcnlf lcnlfCharles
Charles E Wilson an apprentice apprenU e sea seaman I Iman seaman ¬
man on the battle ship New Jersey who whodeserted whodeerted whedeserted
deserted from that vessel July 4 1906 19 G at atBaatport atEutport atEastport
Baatport Me accompanied by his fAther fAtherand fAtherand fAtherand
and Senator McLaurin McLA uin walked into the theoffice theomce theofilco
office of Secretary St of the Navy Metealf Metealfyesterday Metcalfyesterday Ietoalye
yesterday ye torda and gave ga himself him lt up
Since Sine his desertion Wilson has been beenworking beenworking beenworking
working in Canada as a locomotive fire fireman fireman lireman ¬
man His father who is a letter carrier carrierin carrierin carrierIn
in the South advised him to give himself himselfup bknHlfup himselfup
up and promised to come to tQ Washington Washingtonand Washingtonand YUhinctonand
and accompany him to see the Secretary Secretaryof Secretar Secretaror Secretaryof
of the Navy NavySecretary NavySecretary NavySecretary
Secretary Metcalf Ietcalr advised Wilson to go goto goto gcto
to the Washington YMhln on Navy Yard to surren surrender surrender ¬
der himself which he did He was imme immediately Itnmedlately linmediately ¬
diately placed p under arrest and will be betried betried in intried
tried for desertion Secretary Metcalf Metcalfhowever 1feteaJihowevfr Metcalfhowever
however is inclined to be lenient and Wil Wilson WI WIsen ytl ytlson ¬
son will 111 probably be put on probation nnd nndgiven nndaven I
given another trial He enlisted at New NewOr1eans Ne NeOrleans r Ir
Orleans November 5 5 IKK IKKSuit 1MSnit 11dbSuit
Suit AffniiiNt ga1nnj nlnJjt Railroad RailroadThe RailroadThe nilroncl nilronclThe
The Washington Railway Ran AY and andCompany Efoctric EfoctricCompany EhtctrtcComPAny
Company yesterday instituted ln tftuted suit against againstthe agaInstthe againsithe
the Pennsylvania Railroad Company for for01t1 lot201S
201928 201S 01t1 for work done in First street streetnortheast stroetnorthBast streelnortheast
northeast between East Capitol and B Bstreets Bstree l lstreets
streets stree The petition states that at the therequest thereque tli tlirequee
request reque of the Pennsylvania Railroad I ICompany
Company Company the street railway ra way company c mpany be between be between hotween ¬
tween January 31 1997 l i and Decomber IS IS is1NZ
1997 repaired the track and the lhestreet lhestreetwbleh ho street streetwhich Streetwhich
which was due to the sinking and settle settlement settloment settlemeet ¬
ment of the street by reason of the exca excavation exCAvatton oxenvatlon ¬
vation and construction of the tunnel to tothe tothe tc tcthe
the Union Station StationTnllor StAti StationTailot n nTnllor
Tnllor Enters Bankruptcy BankruptcyCharles DnulcrUlte DnulcrUlteCharles BankruptcyCharles
Charles T Neal tailor at S15 l5 G street streetnorthwest streetBortbwe8t t tnorthwest
northwest yesterday yesday filed a petition in involuntary Involuntary It L Lvoluntary
voluntary bankruptcy bankrupt < scheduling his as assets assets asefta ¬
sets efta at i131051 131057 and his debts at 91i2635
Choice of all coats coatsselling coatsselling
f selling up to 40Monday 40 40Monday 40Monday
Monday at atAlthough ati
i 119151 119151Although 19751 19751tJ
tJ Although AJthHl h on1 m might migI not be bein bein
in actual no IINd < d of a new coat coatyet coatyet oat oatt
i yet t after aftt > r seeing ing the splendid splendidstyles splendidstsles plendidMt
styles Mt It > displayed dl plarfd here at the theprice tllftpricp theprIce
price aakrd akf ankcd17one 1975 Ujjone one could couldnot ould ouldnot p pI
I not help but long for one oneThese oneTheae oneThese
These coats are all 50 and andr2 a nd ndr
r2 r 12 inches long and are shown shownin showrtIn hown hownIn
in black and colors nicely nicelylined nicelylined
lined and most all are effect effectively etrectIveh effectively i
ively trimmed In silk braids braidsTt braidsIt
It is J certainly rtatnJY to > the thetage advan advantage advantalte
tage of every woman who has hasany ha haany hasany
any idea of purchasing a coat coatto coatt
to t do o Monday MondayI onday ondaya
a I 2d d Floor noor8 loorS Kann Sons A Co n
QlijcbfloiiA Olll btl lJII Untie iNde by 1 IJCHJCMC 1cA He anti Iles IlesiiloRtR Rul Resblot
iiloRtR l blot of District DistrictApplications UbitrlctatiOM DistrictAppUcaUona
Applications atiOM for the renewal of liquor liquorIteegses Il4uorlift liquorisenees
Iteegses lift l were placed before the excise exciseboard UdMboard exciseboard
board yesterday They were from John JohnC lobnC JohnC
C Bonayne rm 01 H street northeast bar barroom barroom barroom ¬
room license Catherine Tatters VaUen 1841 1841Thirtysixth 18tSThtrtJxth 154 154Thirtysixth
Thirtysixth street northwest north wholesale wholesalelicense 1JlaoleuleIteeue wholesaleicense
l license James Daly MM 1 Wisconsin W ave avenue a anue ayeflu ¬
nue flu northwest barroom license James J JLuy JIAa17 1 1Lesr
Luy Lesr Lilt Twentysixth street treet north nortbwat northuut tb tbweIIt
wat uut barroom license licenseOpposition 11cflUIeOpJOlltion licenseOpposition
Opposition to the granting U of the thelicenses tilelleenaea theicenses
licenses l was W offered by the AntiSaloon AntiSaloonLeague A AntiSaloonLeague SaJoon SaJoonLeape
League through its attorney A AShoe AShoemaker Jfc Shoe Shoemaker Shoeanker ¬
maker t while several of the residents of ofthe oCtllft
the t tt he neighborhood n appeared in opposition oppositionto op
to t o the petition The excise board baa the thematter thematter
matter under consideration considerationRATIFICATION consderaUonP
So 0 Reciprocity Treaty Trent Between BetweenPrance Dt BtceitPrance tUcell tUcellIlrnnce
Prance nnd America Signed SignedIn SIJJletlIn
In response r to inquiries received at the theState theStale
State Department as to the th < scope and andeffect ande andeffect
effect e < ect of the FrancoAmerican trade tradeagreement tradea tradeagreement
agreement a ent proclaimed by President PresidentRoosevelt PrutdentROCNIeVelt
Roosevelt it was explained that no noreciprocity nofeetprodty nobctprocity
reciprocity i treaty had been signed that thatthe thatthe
the failure of such treaty negotiated with withFrance vithFrance withFrance
France seven years ago ba b has demonstrated demonstratedthe
the impossibility t blUty of the ratification of ofsuch oCsuch ofsuch
such a convention conventionBut conventionBut conventionBut
But the th department de WMmt found undt itself c cIn obliged obligedin
in the interest of the preservation of ofAmfrican
American trade to concede to France the thereduced thereduced thereduced
reduced duty on O champagne as other otherwise olberwile otherwise ¬
wise the maximum French tariff would wouldhave wouldhave wouldhave
have been applied to Porto Rican coffee coffeend coKeed coffeeAnd
And nd d to the extremely valuable American Americanpetroleum Americanpetroleum Amerlcanpetroleum
petroleum trade loth of which were werethreatened
threatened by adverse legislation in the
French chambers chambersAmerican chambersAmerican
American trade is powerfully PowerCuUy sustained sustainedthrough sutalnedthrough sustainedthrough
through the proviso in the agreement that thatif thatIt thatIf
if any duties are imposed by France on onany onany onany
any American product greater than those thosenow thosenow
now in existence exwtence and deemed by the thePresident thePresident
President to he unjust the champagne champagneconcessions ebampagneoonceatona champagneconcessions
concessions will l be withdrawn Con Consequently eQUfflUy Ceasequently ¬
quently the Fremfh Frenh Parliament is stopped stoppedfrom stoppedrom stoppedfront
from rom Increasing h creull1 the duty on cotton seed seedoil seedoil
oil 011AttnUon
Attention is also called ailed to the fact that thatthis tM tMthis thatthis
this negotiation ne < is I a powerful argument
in favor of the maximum and minimum minimumtariff minimumtariff minimumtariff
tariff under whose operations other othercountries othercounlrttll othercountries
countries will find it an object to reduce reducetheir reducetheir reducetheir
their rates In order to secure correspond corresponding correepondIn correspondlag ¬
lag In reductions from America AmericaWALKER AmericaWALKER AmericaWALKER
WALKER MAKES 1000000 1000000Chicago 1000000OhfCIIo 1OOOOOOChicago
Chicago Planner Sells Short in the theWheat tbehent theWhent
Wheat hent Market MarketNew MarketNew InrlcetNev
New York Feb F b LJ Brandt Walker Walkerthe Walkerthe Walkerthe
the Chicago plunger i Is reported to have havecleared hocleared havecleared
cleared up another million dollars This Thistime Thistime Thistime
time he made it in the grain raln market sell sellIng ellIn selllag
lag In wheat short He fought James A APatten APatten A APatton
Patten beginning be lnnlng to sell wheat when whenprices whenprl whonprices
prices prl NJ were around 106 l4 a bushel bushelHe bahelHe bushelHe
He has been hammering the market marketever marketevor marketever
ever since having been short on a couple coupleof coupleof coupleof
of occasions up to 100906 bushels It Is Issaid IssaJd Is IsssId
said on good authority in the street to today today today ¬
day that his profits already exceed 1000 1000and
001 and that he is still short of the themarket tbemarket themarket
market marketVESSELS
Steamships Drag Anchors antI Foul FonlDnriiiff FoulDuring onl onlDuring
During Storm StormNew StorntNew torin torinNew
New York Feb 1 lTbo Tho tank steamship steamshIiPrometheus
Prometheus Prom tbeus and the steamship Italian ItalianPrince ItaUnnPrince ItalIaaPrince
Prince dragged drag d their anchors during the thestorm thestorm thestorm
storm this morning off Tompkinsville and andran andran L Lma
ran afoul of each other After coming comingtogether corningtosether comingtogether
together the port portquarter < quarter of the Italian ItalianPrince HaltanPrince ItalianPrince
Prince lay athwart the anchor chain of oftho oftho otthe
tho Prometheus until a tugboat sepa separated separated epa eparated ¬
rated them Little damage was done doneA doneA doneA
A heavy southwest storm accompanied
by a driving rain and mist made naviga navigation navigation ¬
tion difficult in the bay The big CunarderLusitania CUQarderLusltania Cunarder CunareletLusitania
Lusitania arriving from Liverpool and andQueenstown AndQueensto1n an I IQueenstown
Queenstown was wa anchored outside the thebar thebar thebar
bar for or several hours before venturing
to Quarantine
Oriental and set fig flgure ftgure figure
ure designs in regular rtcularfie regularkimona
2 fie
2kimona kiIIlOnacrepo kimonacrepon kimona kimonacrepon
crepon creponto crepo crepoto
to close out while whileabout whHeabout whileabout
about lMO l1 yards ards last lastat last lastat lastyd
at at15c 15c yd
White madras waists waistsat waistsat
at 100 100First 100First
First of all these are NEW NEW4 and andmade andmade
made according to the latest style tTI
devices devicesand and worth U 150 150The 150The O OThe
The madras is I in satin striped stripedeffect stripedeffects
> effect ft > tll and the style Is a broad broadplratod broadpleated brodpieatd
pleated model with long lon sleeves MV MVlaundered
laundered linen collar Vbatton Vbattoncuffs z 2bbuttoucuffs buttOR buttORcurt
cuffs curt and they th y fasten front frontAll t frontAll oDt oDtAll
All sixes from 14 to 44 44It 4cIt 44It
It is a waist that you will like
Come and andSeond see seeSecond seeSecond
Second Floor Floors S Kann Sons A Co CoS
S 50 designs of oftop 12 12c 12ctop c ctop
top collars at atWide 64c 64cWIJe 6cWIie
Wide or narrow widths widthsAll widthsAU widthsAll
All made of fine Swiss embroidery embroideryand
and think of the variety vartetyfttty fifty de designs dedgns designs ¬
signs to choose from fromBuy tromBuy fromBuy
Buy two Monday at the usual cost costof eOtrtor costof
of one oneFirst on onFtnt oneFirst
First Floor Floor5 S Kann Sons So ft Co
WILLING WILLINGTO TO EXTEND TIME TIMECommissioners TIMECommissioners TIMEConintissioners
Commissioners Approve Bill for Etf Eut EutWltshington t tWashington
Washington Heights Bond BondWant Roadnnt Ro RoWnnt
Want nnt t1OO0 1OOO Forfeit if Xot In Opera Operation Operntlon 0peralion ¬
lion Acorrtlne to Agreement JrcementCitl AgreementCitiZCfl JrcementCitl7en Citi Citizen
zen Archer Opposes OJpo ml Grant GrantThe GruntThe
The bill recently introduced Introd by Repre Representative Bepretattv ¬
sentative tattv Moore chairman of UM District Districtof Dtatrtetot
of o f Columbia Committee of the Houe Houepro HouserovIdingan House Houseproviding
providing pro P rovIdingan an extension ex uIon of time for the thecompletion thecompletion theompletion
completion c of the lines of the East Wash Washington W WIneton Washngton ¬
ington i Heights Traction Railroad Com Company Coaapany Cmiimny ¬
pany i will be reported favorably by b the theBoard theBoard theBoard
Board of District Commissioner CommissionerThe Com ComThe
The bill provides that the time be ex extended extended oxended ¬
tended t eighteen c teen months after the passage passageof paceof passagef
of o f the act An amendment to the bill bas basbeen bubeea
been suggested by the Commissioners Commissionersproviding Cotmnlalonenr9Vld
providing r9Vld that the SUM 1 ai deposit d t by the thecompany theeoMrnT
company c when the contract was awarded awardedbe awardedbe awardedbe
be forfeited if the company falls t to build buildand buildlid buildnd
and a nd operate at least Iesstons one mile anti of the road roadwithin rOIIdwltbln roadwithin
within the time of extension called for in inthe Inthe
the act actOpposition actOppoelUon
Opposition to the bill is mad made by James JamesB JamesB
B Archer who represents the residents residentsand real enta entaand
and property owners of Rest Washing Washington Whiltton Washingon < ¬
ton t on He le argues arg that after the approval approvalof
of the Commissioners Comm aioneB is obtained the thegtnnln be beginning beginning ¬
ginning < of the work of construction can canbe canbe canbe
be postponed indefinitely by allowing the theI thebUl thebill
I bill to be pigeonholed while if speedy speedypassage speedyNUI8Qe speedypassage
passage to obtained it will constitute in inlaw Inlaw inaw
law l aw a waiver of all forfeitures for past de defaults dffaults defaults ¬
faults and prevent others othenfrom from complet completing completmK completug ¬
ing l ug portions portio of the road roadMr roadiT
Mr Archer points out that the original originalcharter orl8tnalcharter originalcharter
charter of the road was granted by act actof actor actof
of June 1888 U and the three extensions of oftime oftime
time t have been granted since nee then tllen and andthat aDdthat andhat
that t in the past decade only onefourth onefourthof
of a mile of the road has bern 1 completed completedand eompletecland completedand
and In actual operation operationThe OfWrtionThe operationThe
The request of th the railroad company for foran faran forau
an extension of the contract in Mr MrArchers MrArcber1 MrAreheYa
Archers opinion is simply exploiting the thefavor thefavor thefavor
favor of Congress and the Commissioners Commissionersand Commluionenanel
and is so brazen bra n as to merit rebuke rebukePETITIONEES rebukePETITIONERS rebukePETITIONERS
Engineer Fennrd States First Street StreetWill
Will vluI 111 He e Paved I nml In SprintIn SIrinIn Sprint SpringIn
In reply repl to the petition of property propertyholders propertyholders
holders h lders and others with commercial inter interests Intereeta interciii ¬
ests in encl about First street between K Kstreet KStreet
street street and the present Baltimore and andOhio andOhio andOhio
Ohio Station requesting that the old and anddisused anddl anddusused
disused dl u ed track traekt of that company be re removed re removed removed ¬
moved and that First street be paved pavedwith pavedwith pavedWith
with Belgian blocks Charles Fenard as assistant 1st8tAnt aasistant ¬
sistant engineer of the District has hR ad advised advlst 4 4vised ¬
vised the complainants that improve improvements Improvements Improvemeats ¬
ments will be made in that thoroughfare thoroushfareerly thoroughfareearly j
early next spring springIt springIt springIt
It is required by law that First street streetnortheast stre stxelnortheast t tnorthea
northeast t from H street to New York Yorkavenue YorkILvenue Yorkavenue
avenue be paved with granite blocks and andwith alldwith andwith
with a fortyfoot roadway ro dWR sixty days af after Alter attee ¬
ter February 28 28NEW 28NEW 28NEW
Leader of African Bund Accepts AcceptsPlace AecelCIIl I IPlace
Place l Jaec Left I 1y y Dr Jameson JamesonCape JumcHonCape JainesonCape
Cape Town Feb 1 1J J Mi r Merriman Merrimanleader Merrimanleader Merrlmanleader
leader of the African Bund has accepted acceptedtho acceptedthe I Ithe
the premiership J of Cape Colony In incession suc succession Qeeesslon ¬
cession to Dr Leander S Jameson who whoresigned whoresigned whcresigned
resigned yesterday because of the de defoat de defeat defeat
feat of his party in the th Cape Colony par parliamentary parllamentnfY parllamentztry ¬
liamentary elections electionsHearing electionsUcnrluJ electionsHearing
Hearing on O Bridge Case CaseSecretary On Cases CasesSecretary 11 CII CIISecrotary
Secretary Taf Taft t has set February 21 1 next nextas nextas nex t tas
as the date for the hearing of the Pitts Pittsburg Plltaburg Pittaburg
burg bridge cases These bridges are re regarded regarded regarded ¬
garded by officials of the War Depart Department Department Departmeat ¬
ment as s too low and interfere with the thefree thefrf tin tinfree
free navigation of the Allegheny River at atPittshqrg atPlttsbQrg a t tPittsburg
Pittshqrg The cases have been pending pendin pendinIn
In the department for about seven years
Genuine Mohawk Sheets SheetsNot Sh Shliin I
Not within liin several year have you flen een such prices quoted quote quotesheets on sheets of ofstandard orstandard
standard quality Its the time to t repjonish rf > J nl h the sheet stock The Mohawk
ig one of the thevery very best brands and one of the most popular
90 by 90 in in VTf 174c 74 each JL h 72 by 90 in in64c 164 64c L h 1
worth ioo4c 10 1 OOj j C each eac worth 85cjo4c 85cJ 85c e each eac
81 by 90 90Worth in 1 1 OA L i 63 by 90 in 1 i iaa rT O 1 1wo490coyc
69c 9 each hi
wo490coyc eachWoKc 158 o8c h
Worth 90c 0 c ea Vlorth orth79cJ58ceh 79c e each eac
The inventory shows 8000 8000yardsof yards of 50c 50cand 50cand SOcand
and 59c dotted and Jacquard weave weaveT weaveJ weaveJAPANESESILKS
29c i yard yardore
More ore than fourfifths of the big purchase has been sold
Whats What left would not be here now had we been ablo to keep kM > it on the
counters continuously conC Inuousl Its a bargain in the moat desirable kind of wash
goods that has never been duplicated
No firm in this entire country has ha ever had a yard ard to sell under SOc a yar4
When the lot is gone youll ouU be as sorry as s we
Good line of shades l left ft for both street and evening evenln wear Also plenty
of th tin much wanted black blackFirst blackFir blackFirst
First Fir t rioor rloorHargaln Bargain Tables Tabl s
Heres H ere swat whats h s good goodBlues goo gooBlues goodBlues d
I Blues are very popular and we know of no fabric so durable as asserge asJem asserge
serge or a color that fits In with fickle fashions fhloo fancy more than mine Note
the width of these Navy Blue Serge and how low the price Is for feist be qualities qualities44tfur I1Jlit1es44iMi qualities44inch
44tfur 44iMi JVpry Nfl Bine Serge a yard yardN 75
I 4 481111 di Navy N Blue Serge a yard yard5 yard56slick 9c 9c56WKT
56WKT 56 Navy N Blue Serge a yard 125 12556mrA
56mrA Navy Blue Serge SergeColored a e irtl rf 150 150Colored 150Colored
Colored fabrics fabricsNew fabricsNew
New Nuns Veiling at a yard u 40c 40cJf 40cx
Jf NW W PawMMNt mmsm at at a yard anl 4J6c 42ln 4 ln Fancy Mohairs XeIIaIn in pretty prettyvw prett prettchecks prettyI
New vw SW T Faut P eag 4 Am e a vd yd y si i 10 I in o I checks of white whir and bin blue blue white and
green reftn ad white and 1a1 Mack A yard
Hew Xatafis ata a yd siro special 1IJ specialBlack Obc ObcBlack
Black fabrics fabricsNew
New Challis Priestleys make a yard 75c 75cNew 75aNew 75cNew
New Tamise Priestleys make a yard 98o 98oNew 980New
New Taffeta Priestleys a yd fiSc Se New PlainVoiIe PlaintVoiie a a yd 4 si 140 4
N Ner w Checked Cb kM Voile a yd Slvio lotn I New Black Broadcloth a yd 4 su3 1 =
New Ne Checked Voile a yd 3140 140 New Striped Mohair Priestleys
New Plain Voile a a yd Sl r make malt Cyd a y4 ydFirst SSe SSeFil1lt 8c 8cFirst
First Floor FloorDrees Dress Goods Arcade
SRIJerlntend S Superintendent nt Tuohcy Iwohc Would 011111 In Invite InfC Invito ¬
vite fC Offers for Collecting Collectln Ashcs AshcsJohn dMIiCSJoint heH
John Joint T Twohey superintendent of ofstreet Ofstreet
street s cleaning yesterday yestenl announced his hisintention 1118inteDtion hisntention
intention i of recomtM recommending to the theCcnnml8lollen District DistrictCommissioners DistrictComndioaers
Commissioners tomorrow a method for forreadvertiatag forlMdvertIIIIa fornodvertlahug
readvertiatag lMdvertIIIIa i for bids for the collection of atarttfffi ofJDOII
arttfffi arttfffiAmong
Among the reasons given 1Iv by Supt SuptTwohey SUptTwobe SuptTwohey
Twohey for his failure to put the Pal Pollack P0 P0lack Palack ¬
lack l Drayage Company the lowest 10 10den Md MdKitteen biders
den ti ers to work yesterday was that GeorwIOIIHD George GeorgeKilleen
tis Killeen a Georgetown Oeorpt contractor baa baastated baa8tUed hastatgd
stated s that he can collect ashes from fromapartment frontapart1De frompartment
apartment a t houses and residences as can eaIJe4 j jed
ed for in the contract at leaf iou cost to the theDistrict theDIe
District tbaa the Pollack companys giup ys pro proposal propogI ¬
posal posalMr pogIMr
Mr KlUeens KUIeeI1 proposal was received receivedafter Neetve4aftPl receivedafter
after the bids had been closed It is isunderstood IsU1MIentOCkl
understood Kllleen has demanded M in the theinterests lbeioter8ta
interests h of the ciUsens Ien that the t2aebe bMs bMsbe bid bidbe
be readvertised readvertisedThe JNdverdlledThe readverdeedThe
The Pollack company has stated it is isready isready
ready r to proceed p with the work Accord Accordtog AcCOrdIq
tog l ag to the specification prepared by the diesuperintendent thesUIIDtMdent theupeuintesident
superintendent j some so time ago the con contract CQGtract ¬
tract for the collection of ashes should shouldhave 8boaIdhave
have gone into effect yesterday yesterdayA
A number of bids for Of the work were werereceived wererect1ecI
received more than two weeks ago The Thelowest Thelowest Tb
lowest l bid of o fsfOM49 OMt made by the Pol Polhick Pollack Potack
hick l Drayage Company was 11 considered consideredby con8Ideredb
by b the superintendent as a reasonable Still Stillthe StUlthe
the t he contract was not awarded awardedIt
It Is alleged the District is losing money moneyand moneyand moneyand
and furnishing an inferior service in cot collecting coIledlng cotecting ¬
lecting l ashes ashesDISCUSS uhe8DISCUSS
Catholic Convention Circle Holds nil nilInteresting nitIntenstllal
Interesting Session SessionThe Se1IIonThe SessionThe
The Catholic Conversation Circle held heldits MidIts
its l ii regular 1ar Friday Frida night nJ ht meeting at head headquarters headquarters headquarters ¬
quarters 70C 7 Eleventh street northwest northwestthe northwestthe
the t he home of Capt and Mrs Harry Coope CoopeThe CoopeThe
The topic was The Catholic Encyclo Encyclopedia Encyclopedia ¬
pedia ia The two volumes now in print printwere printWfnt printwere
were passed to the members for inspec inspection i itlon ¬
den tlon and Mrs Coope gave a a history of ofthe ofthe
the nature and scope Mrs Margaret C CLohr CLobr
Lohr gave the names of 0 the editors Mrs MrsIda MrsIda 111 111Ida
Ida C Coiford the list of illustrations illustrationsMiss lUU8tratlonmMi illustratIonsMiss
Miss Mi Mabel Knight a description of ofmaps ofmePl ofmaps
maps Miss Violet Coxon a at list of col colored col colored ce ¬
ored plates Mice Florence Colford names namesof namesof namesof
of contributors to volume 1 Miss Clare ClareDillon ClareDillon
Dillon names of contributor to volume volume1Uss volumeltIs
2 Miss ltIs Kathryn Kirby names of pro promoters promoters promoters ¬
moters Miss M Ethel Colford names of ofstockholders or1Itockholden ofstockholders
stockholders Miss > Iss Mildred Newett nature natureof natmeof
of bindings Miss 4 M N OToole abbre abbreviations abbreviations abbreviatlons ¬
viations viationsThe viationsThe viatlonsThe
The members of the circle voted that thateach thateacb
each volume be purchased by the circle circleas cirelas circleas
as It appears in print Refreshments were wereserved wet wetaerved wereserved
served servedDEMAND aervedDEMiU1D servedDEAND
M JlnJ J Sylvester Agrees that Congress CongressShould COIIJre COIIJreShoul11 CongressShould
Should PUSK I Rlu Stick a Measure MeasureAccording MeasureAccording lenHureAccordinG
According to report the District Com Commissioners Comm Cornmiasloners ¬
missioners m will m urge Congress at the thepresent thepreHllt thepresent
present session to enact a law governing governingvagrants governingvagrants vemlnc vemlncvacrants
vagrants in the District or ColumbiaMaj ColumbiaMajSylvester ColumblLMajSylvester Columbia MaJ MaJSylvester
Sylvester superintendent ent f police has hasrealised baareaUsed hasrealised
realised the necessity for such a a law and andhis andhis andhis
his annual report to the Commfesioners Commfesionershas Commsslouerihas
has recommended its I I passage passagePolice SIIKePoUce passagePolice
Police officials say there is 1 no vagrancy vagrancyktw vasraacW vagrancylaw
law W and what is generally supposed to be beone beone beone
one provides for the arrest of persons per of ofill ofIII ofUI
ill repute and those known to be drunk drunkards dmnkanJ drunkstile ¬
Gen Dnvlln Ls I Elected ElectedSecretary Elcctedaecretary BlectetiSecretary
Secretary Root has been informed by byDr byDr byDr
Dr Angel Ugarte the Honduran Minister Ministerhere i Ministerhere lnlster lnlsterbere
here of the election of Gen Miguel Da Davfla Davil DavII
vfla vII as President of Honduras The al alleged alleged alleged
leged revolution which was v said to be bedeveloping bedeveloping bedeveloping
developing in Belize did not occur antI andno antIno antino
no further trouble is expected for the thepresent thepresent thepresent
presentOnl presentOnly present presentOnly
Only Onl ten cents n week cek delivered at atyour atour atyour
your our door doorthe the daily issues of The TheWashington TheWashington i iWashington
Washington Herald Phone Main 3300 3300I
Today T oday Is Anniversary of Treaty of ofGuadalupe ofGuadalupe ofGuadalupe
Guadalupe Hidalgo HidalgoConcluded HidalgoCOl1ultHIClJ Hidalgooncluded
Concluded C Hostilities Jo t1l1t1eJI Between the theUnited theUultef theUnited
United Staton and Mexico JexlcoGnincd JexlcoGnincdDig MeilcoGainedBig Gained GainedBI
BI Dig Territory for Victors VictorsVeterans YJotorVeterans VictorsVeterans
Veterans of the Mexican war wa In par particular parw1ll parcidar ¬
U ticular will recall that today is the an anniversary anJdYWUJ7 anlyorsary ¬
niversary a of the signing of the treaty of ofGuadalnpe ofGuadalupe ofuadalupe
Guadalnpe G Gt Hidalgo HI o closing the war be between bel heween ¬
tween l ween this country Dtry and Mexico in 1S4S 1S4SThe 1S4STbe 1548The
The war was practically closed when a atreaty atreatJ areaty
treaty t of peace was signed on February FebruaryZ
Z Z 1MB 1 104 Goadaiune Hidalgo is a a suburb of ofMexico ofMexico ofMexico
Mexico City Citydent CItYWhile C1trWhile
While the war was in progress Pr Presi Presient i ident
dent d ent Pone 11t sent t Nicholas P Trist t of Vir Virginia YirIa Virlue ¬
ginia g lue Ia then chief clerk bf the State D DpartiSent Dp Dpt Dcktiiio <
p partiSent ktiiio t t to negotiate a treaty Condi Conditions Conditio8a Coniions ¬
ions l were to include the cession of Uppor Upporand rpprnd P PIUI4
and a nd Lower California and New Mexico Mexicoand Mfxknaact Mextennd
and a nd the Rio Grande to be the boundary boundarybetween boundar boundarbetWee1l boundaryetween
between b the United UaJt States and Mexico MexicoTrist MexicoTriat MexicoTrtst
Trist went to Scotts Scott headquarters An Anarmistice tn tnrmistice n nannJ
armistice annJ a tlce was arranged In August Augustthree WJt < 147 147three lQ7Uaree
three Mexican commiasionrs co lon n and Trist Tristexchanged Tri1tmet Trintmet
met and exchanged proposals The former formerwould formerwould onner onnerwould
would not yield 1IeIdto to the American terms termsdemanded termsdemncIed termsemanded
demanded d the Koeces as the boundary boundaryand boundaryand boundarynd
and a nd offered much less territory Trist Tristwas Trtwas Tristwa
was wa recalled but remained at Scott g Seotte Seotteeadquarters otts ottsuartftll a aheadquarters
headquarters h uartftll Santa Anna declared ha hahad hthad lead
had h ad been tricked Into the proposals War Waroperations WrDpfrattons Wnroperations
operations were resumed Soon there thereafter therfafter thercfter ¬
after a fter the City Cltof of Mexico was capture1 capture1Negotiations capturlNesotJaUo capturelNegotiations
Negotiations were then resumed Trist Triststill Tri1tun Tristtill
still s till acting act as principal prl elpal On February Februar Februarys l
1841 l s just sixty years today a tre trfRty ty was wasagreed wasqreed wasgreed
agreed a upon at Guadalupe Hidalgo HidalgoThe HidalgoThe HidalgoThe
The Senate refused to accept the treaty treatyand trfatrand treatynd
and a nd Insisted In818t on harsher terms whi whkh whkhiIlexteo < h hMexico I IMexico
Mexico was forced to accept ae On March MarchIt
It 1 0 the Senate ratified the amended treaty treatythe trat tratthe trcathe
the t he formal proclamation being beiD made mad on onJuly InJuly caJuly
July JulyBT 4 4By 4By
By the terms of the treaty as finally finallyagreed finallYa flnlivagreed
agreed a upon Mexico ceded Upper Call California Calltornla Callornia ¬
fornia f and New Mexico and the Rut RutGrande RIllGrande RioGrande
Grande was made mad the boundary Th ThUnited Th4 Th4United ThJafted >
United I States paid Mexico 85000000 and andassumed an anaaumed anlassumed
assumed SS 0250800 of claims made mad by byUnited brUnited byUnited
United States cltxens against t Mexico b bfore bl blfore bfore <
fore the treaty In addition ad lUon to any claims claimsto claimsto claimso
to t o which tinder the conventions n of 1H 1Hand l land Thi Thiand
and ISO J8G Mexico was adjudged liable liableOf liableOC liableOf
Of the Sa 2 claims put in under the treaty treat treatII
182 l ie were finally allowed allowedCol alloftdCol allowedCol
Col Deems May Un Ile Retired RetiredTho Retiredbo RetiredThe
The record of the case of Lieut Col ColCtarenco ColClarence ColClarence
Clarence Deems Coast Artillery Corps Corpscommanding Corpscommandllll Corpscommanding
commanding officer of Fort Howard Md Mdwho Mdvho Mdwho
who was recently exarained examtnedby by a a retir retiring retIr111I refitleg ¬
leg board has been received at the War WarDepartment WarDe WarDepartment
Department De rtmeDL CoL Deems was ordered be before wofol before ¬
fore a retiring board about a month ago agoas agoa agoas
as the result of an aD1D8pecUon Inspection of his post postwhen pos poswbea postwhen
when an unsatisfactory anat lfae10ry condition war warfound W wa wafound iL iLfound
found to exist e st Col ColDeems Deems it is said is isuttering isn4ren l lsuffering
uttering from a nervous mental trouM trouMand trouhloo trouhloolid troiihlsaid > >
and It is probable p he will be retired retiredReceive retiredUcee1c retiredReceive
Receive Airship JHfl JHflBids JlJI1Ic JlJI1IcBids IlidsBids
Bids for the construction of a heavier heaviertbaaair heaviertbaealr heavertisei
tbaaair aeroplane were received yester yesterday yetfrcIay yesterday ¬
day at the office of the Chief Signal Ofn Oftktl Oftktlo Oflierof > er erof
of o the army and after being beln opened openedwere oJ opensiere fn > I Iwere
were ere submitted to the board boardof of ordnaftcv ordnaftcvand ordnaflfand ordna c cand
and fortification for consideration Forty Fortyone Fortyone fort fortone
one proposals were received re < etvtd The detail detailof dttaiIoC detailsof
of the bids wore not made public I ubIh The Theboard Tileboanl Iheboard
board will meet next Thursday for the thediscussion thedf8euulon thediscussion
discussion of the t th proposals proposalsDnvlln proposalsDnUa proposalsDavila
Dnvlln Elected President PresidentThe PrNJlclcntThe PresIdentThe
The State Department has received recelplfdklp a adispatch adispatch
dispatch dklp tch from Mr Linn Ltn1fl ft Aneriiai tJrka oerlai e tv tvsul t tsui v vsul <
sul at Coma sayingt fAyingten n MiuM Mtu fj U DTVJK DTVJKwas livi liviWas h hWit8
was elected President of Honduras lIonduir at it tm tmflection twICUon tlt tltelection
election ICUon hold on January a S > last last Condi Condilions Conditions Cotiditiolis
lions he added were quiet

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