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Brennans Brenn8ns Request for f l Sepa Separate Sepalat Separate ¬
rate lat Hearings Hearings RefusedFERNALD RefusedPERNALD Refused RefusedEBBNALD
Attorneys for Complainant Objected Objectedto
to Subordination ofj o of the Formal FormalAllegations Form FormeilAjlegatloun I IAJJegntions
Allegations o of Favoritism to an anInvestigation nnIneaUgntion anluvestigation
Investigation of ofConduct Conduct of Public PublicOfficial FubIleOtl1cta1 Pnbl1 Pnbl1Official
Official In Engineer Department DepartmentTho Dep Deartment DeartmentTho rtment rtmentTho
Tho District Dt trlot Commissioners will probe probethe probethe probethe
the allegations of corruption against againstCharles againStCharles againstCharles
Charles Fernaid1 ernald formerly orm rly of the engineer engineerdepartment engineerdap ongnuor ongnuordepartment
department dap rtment at the same time as the theformal the theformal theformal
formal charges of favoritism filed by the theBronnan the theBrennan theBrennan
Brennan Construction Company are con considered consfdered considered ¬
sidered This decision is a refusal to toconsider toconsider toconsider
consider the th request of the complainants complainantsthat complalnantsthat comp1anantsthat
that the formal charges be not subordi subordinated subordinated subordinated ¬
nated to aia au investigation of the conduct conductof
of Fernald FernaldAttorneys FernaldAttorn FernaldAttornoy
Attorneys Attorn Douglas and Baker defined definedthe definedthe definedthe
the case of the Brennan Construction ConstructionCompany ConstrucUonCompany ConstructionCompany
Company against the engineer depart department deptLrtment departmont ¬
ment of the District In these words wordsReaucnt wordsRequcest wordsRequest
Request of Complainant ComplainantWe Complainantwe
uW We desire to state that the point of ofInquiry otInquiry ofInquiry
Inquiry in the preeont hearing as shown shownby 5hownby shownby
by the formal charges filed is whether whetheror
or not favoritism has been shown to the theCranford thlCranford theCranford
Cranford Paving Company in the 8 award awardof awardof awardof
of the contract of March 30 O 1507 and andsubsequently andsubsequently andsubsequently
subsequently of a large amount of new newwork newwork newwork
work without advertisement or competi competition competition cornpetttion ¬
tion tionOur
Our clients have not filed fi K1 any charges chargesInvolving chargesInvoh1ng chargesinvolving
Involving the general conduct of Charles CharlesPornald CharlesFornald CharlesFornald
Fornald while connected with the Dis District District District ¬
trict government government All the testimony at atour atour atour
our disposal dtapoS l proving or o tending to prove proveMr proveMr proveMr
Mr Fernalds connection with the award awardof awardof awardof
of the said contract and new work has hasbeen hub88n hesbeen
been introduced already and as a stated statedIs
Is considered by us as merely Incidental Incidentalto In ldentslto
to the main charges of favoritism favoritismFear favoritlsmFear tavoritismFear
Fear Clouding of Issues IssuesWe I8l1ucsWe Inpsuc3We
We must must therefore strenuously strenuousl urge urgeattorneys uraettorneys urgeattorneys
attorneys for or the Brennan Company state statein stateIn stateIn
in tho letter they wrote to the Commis Commissioners Commlsaloners Comnilssioners ¬
sioners yesterday that the questions in involved Inyolv Involved ¬
volved yolv d In the charges filed only be con eonsldered considered coneldered
sldered in the hearing now in progress progressand progr88Sand progressand
and that those issues be not cenfased cenfasedclouded cenfHeclouded cenfsedclouded
clouded or sidetracked by an invastigar invastigartion Inveltlpt10n invaetIgetIoi
tion of the general conduct of Mr F Fnald Fer Fernald rv rvnald
nald while an official offlol l of the the District of ofColumbia ofColumbia ofColumbia
Columbia ColumbiaA
A list of names of witnesses the attor attorneys attorneys attorneys ¬
neys for the Brennan Company wish sub subpoenaed subpoenaed subpoenaed ¬
poenaed has been received by the Com Commissioners Comwstoners Cornmissloners ¬
missioners Attorneys Douglas and
Baker in their letter to the Commissioners Commlsslone Commis ConimLssloners ¬
sioners slone yesterday ye terday state they Udo do not re request re reQue request ¬
quest Que t that these witnesses 1tnes es be summoned summonedto
to appear at the hearing hesrln set for Friday FridayMay FridayMay FridayMay
May 16 1i meaning they would woul rather have havethem hvethem havethem I
them called In at soma later hearing In Inorder Inorder inorder
order that the charges of favoritism snail snailnot shellnot Jl Jlnot
not be set aside for investigation of the theconduct theconduct theconduct
conduct of Mr Fernald FernaldReady Fern8k1Rently FernadReady
Ready to Substantiate Allegation AllegationShould tlegatlonShould AllegationShould
Should the th Commissioners themselves themselvesor themHtve themHtveor
or the district attorney determine upon an aninvestigation anInve eninvestigation
investigation Inve Ugtlon of Mr Fernalds conduct conductthe conduetthe
I the letter lett r concludes our clients stand standready atndready stuidready L
ready as lawabiding citizens and taxpay taxpayers taxpayers taxpeyem ¬
ers em to render such aid as may lie in their theirpower theirpower thehpower
power but but as already stated we must mustearnestly muatearnMtJy mud mudearnestly
earnestly request that such investigation investigationif
if 11 had shall be entirely separate from the theinvestigation theinvutlgaijon theInvestigation
investigation now in progress progressThe progrlHThe progressTh
The Th list of witnesses as forwarded by bythe bythe bythe
the Brennan Companys C mpanys attorneys is isJoseph 11Jo isJoseph
Joseph Jo H Bradley Warren F Brenlzer BrenlzerW BrenizerT BrenlzerW
W T S Strouse Charles McDermott Prod lredS ProdS
S S Smith Percy Cranford Joseph H HCranford Ii IiCranford HCranford
Cranford P J Brennan Charles B Stew Stewart Ste Steart Stewart ¬
art Harold Harok1Da1s Davis Edward B Johnson JohnsonR JohnsonU
R J Beau B ll jr Truman L Willing and andEdward 8DdEdward andEdward
Edward L HHlyer HHlyerAttitude mUyerAttltutle HiflyorAttitude
Attitude of Commissioners CommissionersIn CommissionerIn
In reply a letter was sent by the Com Commissionors Commialonon Cornmissloners
missionors to the attorneys for the Bren Brennan BrenI Brennan ¬
I nan company in conformant with the thefollowing thefolloinB thefollowing
following action of the board boardWe 1iordWe boardVe
We Ve move the writers b be advised that thatin tblIn thatin
in view of the testimony submitted by bythem bythem bythem
them at the first session of this tit hearing hearingheld bearingheld
held on May 12 the Commissioners are areof areof areof
of opinion that matters referred to in intheir Intheir Intheir
their letter cannot be segregated as they theysuggest theySUgg65t theysuggest
suggest and that they be further In Informed Informlkl informed ¬
formed that the Commissioners will con continue continue continue ¬
tinue the hearing as a already arranged arrangedat
at 10 oclock Friday morning to be ad adjourned adjourned adJourned ¬
journed at or before 1 oclock on that thatdate tbtdate thatdate
date until 10 oclock on Saturday morn morning morning morning ¬
ing following and that the witnesses witnessesnamed witnessesnamed es esnamed
named in the list furnished by them will willbe wUlbe willbe
be served with subpoenas to appear be before beforo before ¬
fore the Commissioners at the latter date dateand dateand dateand
and in addition thereto a subpoena will willalso wSlta180 willalso
also be served on Charles Charl Fernald FernaldFurther FernaldFurther FernaidFurther
Further that they be requested to beprepared be beprepared beprepared
prepared on the morning of Saturday Saturdaythe Saturdaythe Saturdaythe
the 18th inst to provide the Commis Commissioners Commh1stoners Commis5105cm ¬
stoners with all the information at their theirdisposal theird theirdisposal
disposal d ipo al looking to the substantiation of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the allegations made by Charles A ADouglas A ADouglas ADouglas
Douglas at the hearing of May 12 where wherehe wherebe Wherehe
he stated publicly and deliberately that thatIf thatIt thatIt
It this Board of Commissioners have au authority authority enthority ¬
thority and power to summon witnesses witnessesand wltn wltnand witnessesand
and will summon witnesses whose names nameswe n8mtswe nameswe
we will furnish we will V 1ll undertake to es establish establish entablish ¬
tablish positively and distinctly corrup corm cormtlon corrution ¬
tion on the part of Mr Fernald influenc influencing Infiu9neII int1unelag ¬
lag II his conduct C in the discharge of pub pubJtc publie
He duties dutiesWe dutiesWe
We further move that the secretary of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Board of Commissioners have bav pre prepared prePflred peepared ¬
pared and en served subpoenas On O the wit witnesses wJtn witusd505 ¬
nesses given la the list above referred to toand toand toand
and that he have a letter embodying the theabove theabove theabove
above motion prepared at a once and sent sentto sentto sentto
to Mr Douglas by special messenger messengerBntcrtnin me messengerEntertain eenger eengerEntertain
Entertain Coy Go Sheldon SheldonThe SheldonThe SheldonThe
The Nebraska State Association tlon of the theDistrict theDistrict theDistrict
District of Columbia will give gf a veeap veeaptlon scp scpu p ptlon
tlon u to Gov George I L L Sheldon Sho1 on this even evening QvenIng evening ¬
ing at Carroll Institute Club 9te 9t Tenth Tenthstreet Tenthatreet Tenthstreet
street at S oclock Senators Elmer J JBtirkctt JBUrkett JBurkatt
Btirkctt and Norris Brown l3rownantJ rown anJ a other othermembers othermem othermembers
members mem rs of the Congressional Congrcsslonaldplegatlon Congrcsslonaldplegatlonare delegation delegationare
are expected to be present Among Uong the thevisitors thevisitors thevisitors
visitors are William J Brjan Gen GenCharles GenCharles
Charles F Mandarson Victor Rosewater RosewaterHenry R0II6waterHenry BowowaterHen
Henry Hen T Clarke Donald C Despain DespainProf DespainProto DespalnProf
Prof Barbpur Bftr Berbor ur Mr Garret G ret and others othersIts othersIts othersIts
Its Economy to Buy Beat Garden Hose
100 foot up The Rubber Store 983 F et et3Irn at atlUr atMrs
Mrs lUr Hcbbard Will VIII Recover RecoverThere RecoverThere RecoverThere
There is little doubt In the minds of ofphysicians orphysicians ofphysicians
physicians at the Emergency Hospital Hospitalof
of the recovery of Mrs George Geor Geore eHebbard eHebbardwho Hebbard Hebbardwho Hebbardwho
who was cut ut and slashed about the head headand headand headand
and throat thr t ten times Tuesday night by
her husband Her assailant is at Casu Casualty Casualty Casualty ¬
alty Hospital and Is said to be recover ¬
ing rapidly When released from the
hospital he will be arraigned arra1g In the
Police Court on a charge of assault with
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Includes all sizes and styles stylesof stylesi stylesof stylesof
of several of the best bestmakes bestmakes bestmakes
makes all built upon uponscien uponscientifie scien scientific scienfific ¬
tific pnnciplesinsuingihe pnnciplesinsuingihegreatest prindplesinsudngthegreatest princpesinsuinthegreatest
greatest amount of refrig refrigerating refrigerating refrigcrating ¬
erating power with wit h the theleast theleast theIeastpossible
least Ieastpossible possible outlay outlayfor for or ice iceWhen iceThen iceWhen
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in Land L J1d Trial TrialPractically TrI TrialPrat1cally I IPraQtlcaUy
Practically all of yesterdays session sessionin sessionIn sessionIn
in the trial of Frederick A Hyde John JohnA JehnA JohnA
A Benson Honry A Dimond and Joost JoostH JoostH JoostH
H Schneider for for alleged conspiracy to todefraud toderaud todefraud
defraud the government of public lands landswas landswas landswas
was devoted to an argument over the theadmlsslblllty theadmIsslbl11ty theadmissibility
admlsslblllty of certain certa1nanonmous anonymous lot letters lottera lottees ¬
tees alleged by the government govornmentto to have havebeen havebeen havebien
been written by Dimond DimondJ
J F Shearman an expert in hand handwriting hanl1VTitlng henilWriting ¬
writing and typewriting t wr1t1nS testified that in inhis Inhis inhis
his opinion the letters wore written by byDimond byDimond byDimond
Dimond and he brought to the stand standwith standwith standwith
with him enlarged reproducUons of por portions portions poetions ¬
tions of one of the letters which ho hosaid hosaid hosaid
said showed peculiarities of Dimond DimondJustice DImondJrntUce DimondJustice
Justice Stafford took the arguments arGumentsundM argumentsunder
under consideration and will rule on the thequestion theqU8liticm thequestion
question today todayHOLB todayHOLD todayiIOL1
Railway nnd and SteaJ11t1hlp Steamship Men Perfect Perfectan
an Organization OrganizationThe OrganizationTJte
The first ft t meeting of the representative representativerailway reprosentatlveraJlwlY ropresentativeiIlwy
railway and steamship men of Washing Washington Washington ¬
ton was bold Iwt night in the Pennsyl Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Ponusylvanla ¬
vania Railroad freight offices Fourand Fourandahalf Fourandahalt Fourandahalf
ahalf and E streets southwest when the theWashington theWuhIn theWaehingtnn
Washington WuhIn tDn branch of the Association of ofRailway o oRanway ofRailway
Railway sod Steamship St ilUll8hlp Companies held heldite heldIta heldIts
Its first mo meting metingW meetingW tjng tjngW
W W Bowie of the Pennsylvania pro ro ¬
sided 01 OfikKS ceu were ere elected as follows followsW followsW followsw
W W Bowie president E B Bowling BowlingNorfolk BOWl1ngNorfolk BowlingNorfolk
Norfolk and Washington Steamboat Com Company ComI Cornpany ¬
pany P6D vic vice president C C C Swart EaRl Baltimore Baltlmore EaRlmore ¬
more and Ohio Railway secretary G S SHinkins SHJnk1ns SHinkins
Hinkins Southern Railway treasurer treasurerJohn troasurerJoha treasurerJohn
John D Malice chief clerk Philadelphia PhiladelphiaBaltimore PhUadelphlaBaJtlmore PhiladelphiaBaltimore
Baltimore and Washington Railroad oor oorreepondtag oorre ocrresponding
responding re secretary executive commit committee committee committee ¬
tee tee Joseph J P Stephenson chairman C CW CW Cw
W Wattles G O Carpenter T M MBaney MBaney MBane
Baney Bane and E E C C Joyce JoyceAt JOOeAt JoyceAt
At a a meeting of the executive commit committee commlttee committee ¬
tee it Wen w decided that meetings would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be held every month Tho Washington Washingtonbranch Washingtoribranch Washlngtoiibranch
branch is a new organization having been beenorganised baen011IUI1Hd boonbut
organised but a few weeks
Navy Yard 31cclmirlc Wanted anted Money Moneyfor Moneyfor Ioneyfor
for Being Ejected EjectedA
A verdict erd1ct m In favor of P B Chase of ofChases t tChases fChases
Chases Theater was returned yesterday yesterdayby
by the Jury in Circuit Court No No2 2 before beforeJustice beforeJuaUee beforeJustice
Justice Anderson AD in the suit of Royce RoyceA
A Nokec Nok II navy yard mechanic for for1UOO for1M
1UOO 10060 1M damages for being ejected from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the theater in April INS 1 Tho trial has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been In 1rogr program since Monday and It Ittook Ittook ittook
took the jury six minutes to bring In a averdict averdict averdict
verdict A former trial ended In a dir disagreement dlsasrMlMnt diragreement ¬
agreement agreementDuring asrMlMntDurtng agreementDuring
During a performance of Mile I11e Abbott Abbottthe Abbottthe Abbottthe
the Georgia Magnet Nokes with withothers withothens withothers
others was Invited on the stage Mile MileAbbott 1IlleAbbott MileAbbott
i Abbott is I alleged to have such magnetic magneticpower magnetJepower magneticpower
power that strong men are unable unabl to tomove tomove tomove
move objects which she he grasps Nokes Nokeswas Nokeswu Nokeswas
was ejected from the theater by em employes omployes employea ¬
ployes when Mile Abbott complained complainedthat complalnodthat complainedthat
that Nokes had treated her roughly roughlyIn roughlrIn
In charging the jury Justice Anderson Andersoninstructed AndorsonInstructed AndersonInstructed
instructed them that the proprietor of a atheater 8theater atheater
theater can refuse to admit any anyone one he hechooses hechOoses hechooses
chooses and after admission for sum sufficient sumelen nullcleat ¬
cleat elen cause patrons can be b forcibly forciblyejected forcIblyejeetod forciblyejected
ejected ejectedSUES ejeetodSUES ejectedsUEs
Attorney Thomas Wants Money lfone for forAlleged torAlIegcd forAlleged
Alleged Legal Services ServicesHenry SerTleeHenry ServicesHenry
Henry G Thomas attorney yesterday yesterdayinstituted yesterdayinsUtut8d yesterdayInstituted
instituted suit to recover from Mrs MrsFlorence MrsFlorence MrsFlorence
Florence Hunt De Winter the sum of
1 1874 i4 which he claims is duo him for forlegal torlegal forlegal
legal services in connection with with the the will willof willof willof
of Jennie De Witt Talmage In which Mrs MrsDe MrsDe MrsDo
De Winter was named n med as beneficiary bonoftclaryJustice beneficiaryJustice beneficiaryJustice
Justice Gould signed an order restrain restraining restraining restrainbig ¬
ing Mrs De Winter Inter or her husband Nich Nicholas Nicholu Nicholas ¬
olas DeWinter from removing from the theDistrict theDistrict theDistrict
District or from disposing of the money moneywhich moneywhich moneywhich
which she received as the legacy legacyin In ques question question questhin ¬
I i tion and to show cause on May 22 22 why whyreceivers why1ecel whyreceivers
receivers 1ecel rs should not be appointed appoInt < to take takecharge takecharge takecharge
charge of a portion of the fund equiva equivalent equIvalent quIvalent ¬
lent to the amount of Attorney Thomas Thomasclaim Thomasclaim Thomasclaim
claim pending th the determination of the thesuit theStitt thesuit
suit suitMr
Mr Thomas in his bill states he was wasengaged W wasengaged S Sengaged
engaged by Mrs De Winter to look out outfor outfor outfor
for her interests in a contest over the thewill thewIU thewill
will and she agreed to give him 15 per percent percent percent I
cent of the amount received He states stateshe stateshe stateshe
he conducted coqpuctOO negotiations in her herbchatf herbchatfand behalf behalfand behalfand I
and a compromise was effected under underwhich underwhich underwhich
which she received 1 1316141 6I41 but she has hasfailed hasfailed hasfailed
failed to pay him his proportion which whichamounts whichamounts whichamounts
amounts to 1174 1174College 171College 174College
College of Lave Exercises ExercisesJudge Exerel ExercisesJudge es esJudge
Judge George W Atkinson of the theUnited tbeUnIted theUnited
United States Court of Claims will 111 make makethe maketho makethe
the principal princI a1 > address at the graduating graduatingexercises graduatingexercises graduatingexercises
exercises of the Washington College of ofLaw otLawto ofLaw
Law Lawto to be held Friday evening next at 8 8oclock 8oclock 8oclock
oclock in the banquet hall of the New NewWHIard NewWJllard NewWillard
WHIard Ellen Spencer Mussey LL M Mwill Mwill Mwill
will confer the degrees Candidates for forbachelor forbachelor forbachelor
bachelor of laws are Misses Anna inna Marga Margaret MargNt Margaret ¬
ret Anderson Anne Elizabeth Draper DraperElizabeth DraperEllzabotJ1 DraperElizabeth
Elizabeth Tyler Evans Grace D Hayes KayesMary RayesMary HayesMary
Mary OToole Sarah Grace Morrison Morrisonand orrIson orrIsonand Orrisonand
and Andrew Bunyan Evans and Edmund EdmundRoy EdmundRoy EdmundRoy
Roy Hill Candidates for master of laws lawsare lawsare law laware
are Miss Sophia Bishop Kent Miss Helen HelenE HelenE
E Jamison John S Swan and Albert A1bert1 A1bert1Walker M MWalker 11
Walker WalkerPlanked WalkerI WalkerFlanked
Planked Shad Dinner Dla Del at Chesapeake Chcsapenlci
Beach Sunday See ad page pageSuits 7 7Salts 7I
Salts for Absolute Divorce DivorceMrs DIvorceM1s DivorceMrs
Mrs Bertha Stone yesterday Yes torday flIed suit suitfor suitfor suitfor
for an absolute divorce from Joseph JosephStone JOsephi JosephStou
Stone Ston She states the marriage took tookplac tookplacIon place placean placOon
Ion an Juno Jun 7 196 and on January 6 IOCS IOCSjh 1908t D05her
jh h her r husband abandoned abandoned1ter bor ner Suit for ab absolute abaolute abSOlUte
solute divorce was also alsofll filed d by Mrs Mrsj lI1r lI1rAnnie
Annie E H Callahan Calln on from Charles J Cal CalMrs
lahan Mrs Callahan charges her er hue UIi
band Is an habitual drunkard drunkardWatch drunkardI drunkardVatch
Watch for a aC1tyRaridI city cityBandle Handle Highlands Hfsh1andso Highlandsr I
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August Davidson Da dson Locked Lo ked Up lipby Upby Upby
by the Police PoliceIS
I Specific SpecUIcAccul Accusation tlon Is I that He Sign Siened Signed Signcit
ed the Name of Dr William P PCarr PCarr PCarr
Carr Welllcnotvn Physician PJIlJl lan of ofWashington QflrashlngtoD ofWashington
Washington to Note for for l3OOFor l3OOFormerly 300 OOFor OOFormerly For Formerly ¬
merly Occupied Pulpits Here HeroAugust HereAugust HereAugust
August Davidson fifty yeara old col college college college ¬
lege graduate and former Methodist min minister mInister mm mmlater ¬
ister was arrested yesterday evening bY fcyCentral bYCentral byCentral
Central Office Detectives Woedon and andBurllngame andBurlingame andBurlingame
Burlingame on charges of forgery and andobtaining andobtaining andobtaining
obtaining money by false pretense pretenseIt
It is alleged Davidson Davlds n forged the name nameof nameot nameof
of Dr William P Carr wollknown phy physician physician ¬
sician of 1418 L street northwest to sev several se seeral severa ¬
eral era notes one of them for 300 300 300Davidson 3OODavidson
Davidson la well known In Washington Washingtonhaving Washingtonhaving Washingtonhaving
having occupied Methodist pulpits before beforehe boforehe beforehe
he got Inta trouble with the church Of Oflate orlate Oflate
late years he has been preaching In Vir Virginia Virginia Virginia ¬
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Tho former minister Is now In a cell at atthe atthe atthe
the First precinct station Ha will not notbe notbe notbe
be arraigned arralgn d in Police Court today In Inorder Inorder inorder
order to give Detectives Warren and Mul Mullen MulIon Iul IulIon ¬
Ion a chance to Investigate several worth worthless worthless worthless ¬
less ohocks which It le alleged he passed passedIn
In Norfolk Va with the names of mem members mambers memhers ¬
bers of the Virginia Methodist Episcopal EpiscopalConference EpiscopalConference EpiscopalConference
Conference forged to them themThe thomThe themThe
The specific charge on which David Davidson Davldson Davidson ¬
son was arrested was the forging of Dr DrCarrs DrCarrs DrCarrs
Carrs name to a note Davidson Is said saidto saidto saidto
to have tried to get the note cashed at atthe atthe atthe
the office ohio of J M Klncheloc a real estate estatebroker estatebroker estatebroker
broker He had known Dr Carr for foryears toryonrs foryears
years The physician had once indorsed indorsedhis IndorsedhI5 indorsedhis
his note for 60 60Several W WSeveral O OSeveral
Several days ago he made out a note notefor notefOr notefor
for n lto and nd presented preentedit It to Mr Klncbaloe Klncbaloefor KJnchaloetor Klncheioefor
for payment The real estate man told toldhim toldhim toldhim
him to return to to his office yesterday aft aftornoon aftI aftornoon
I ornoon and get the money In the mean meantime meantime meantime ¬
time he telephoned to Dr Carr David Davidsons PavIdsons Davidsons ¬
sons arrest arre t followed followedTwo fonowedI followedrwo
Two I o other note DOt for I 1 11 each with the thenama thename thename
name of Dr Carr to them aro said to tohave tohavB tohave
have been cashed by Davidson Two Twonotes Twonotes Twonotes
notes for like amounts also bearing the thesignature thesignature thesignature
signature of Dr Carr rr are ar said to have havebeen haV haVbeen havebeen
been cashed ca hed in Herndon Va where whereDavidson whereDavld whereDavidson
Davidson Davld on is well known as a divine divineBMidw divineB8SkI4Ni divineBesides
Besides Uw notes the police have three threechecks threcheeks threechecks
checks These are signed with the name nameof nameot nameof
of William Vicar conference treasurer treasurerand troosurerand treasurerand
and are indorsed by b prominent ministers ministersas
as alders of the conference The checks checksare checksare checksare
are made oat to R Rev v R R G James 4 4R 46i tS tSRev
R Rev v C C H H FMcttoaT Stt and Rev E E EHarrftli EHarrelL EIlarrell
Harrftli a The check c checks purport to b bcontributions be beOntrlbutlon beeontrlbutlons
contributions for horn home missions and are aredrawn aredrawn aredrawn
drawn on the 01 City Bunk and Norfolk NorfolkNational NoroJkNaUO NorfolkNational
National al Bank BankDenies BukDel11eli BankDeiite
Denies Deiite the Accusation AccusationWhoa AccusationVb AccusationWhen
Whoa Vb questioned Que Uonec1 by Deteetlv DateeUVf Weedon WeedonDavidson WeodonDavidson WcodgnDa1d1Oft
Davidson denied he had forged notes or orother Orother Orother
other p papers P r K Ha fa said he had made ade out outthe outthe ut utthe
the 9M note and seat It to Dr Carr with withK withreqt
a K request that tba he sign It it The The note he hesaid hesaid hesaid
said was returned to him next day in indorsed jndorHd Indorsed ¬
dorsed dorsedDavidson dorHdDavkl dorsedDaviiison
Davidson on formerly was w well known In InWashington InWUblftJtOD InWashington
Washington Maryland and Virginia He Heleft Helett Heleft
left the city elt going olftl to VlrI Virginia where wherehe wherehe wherehe
he preached in small churches Recently
he returned to Washington Ubistolt and lives at at1ST atrn
1ST A street northeast
TJie Chimney Chlmne Corner Presented PresentedUnder tzcsentodtInder rcsentct rcsentctUnder
Under Auspices of St Agnes Guild GuildHie GnlldlJte GuildThe
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drama WM w produced pro ced at the uM pariah hall hallof haltor hailof
of the Church of th tbe Good Shepherd last lastnight lastnight lastnight
night under the apIces of St Agnes AgnesGuild AgnesGuUd AgnesGuild
Guild GuUdThe GuildThe GuildTha
The pay WM preeented pre ented by amateur amateurplayers amateurplayers amateurplayr
players from the perish JMu1 h with Will vm A AMoore A AMoore AMoore
Moore M Solomon Probity and Mr Single Singleton Singleton Singleton ¬
ton as Peter Probity Th The former was wasamusing wasxmui1nc wasamusing
amusing aa the absentminded old gentle gentleman gentleman gentleman ¬
man and the latter almost carried the theaction theaction theactIon
action ac the upright and simple grocer grocerThey grocerThey grocerThey
They were were assisted ted by Mr Peters as asJohn uJ asJohn
John J hn Mr Carr M a Chettjri Mr Yauohler Yauohlerac
as the detective Mrs Servers as Pattyand Patty Pattyand Pattyand
and dIE ArmbruBter as Grace GraceA GraceA GraceA
A large audience and fence enjoyed the perform performance p8l performance rm rmanee ¬
ance alter which the young people had a ashort asbrt ashort
short dancing programme programmeExcellent programmeDxceJlent programmesExcellent
Excellent Target Work WorkBrig WorkBrig Vorl VorlBrig
Brig Gen Arthur Murray chief of ar artillery artInery artfiiery ¬
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lent target work done by b the Ninetyfirst NinetyfirstCompany NtnetfirstCompany NinetyfirstCompany
Company of CoMt Artillery at Fort Pick Pickens PIck8ft Pickens
ens 8ft Fla several week ago One hun hundred hundred hundred ¬
dred per cent was made in two series ii of ofpractices otpraetlC ofpractices
practices S In the first the mean range rangewas rangees rangewas
was es SSB 5 yards at a targeet moving four fourand fnurand fouranti
and onehalf miles an hour and six hits httswere hnswere hitswere
were made in six shots In the second secondpractice secondpractice secondpractice
practice four hits were made at a range rangeof rangeot rangeof
of S626 G yards at a target moving four and andonehalf andonbalf andonehalf
onehalf miles an hour hourDr hourDr hourDr
Dr McPnrlaml McI arJan1 Gives Lecture LectureDr LectureDr LectureDr
Dr George B McFarland spoke at the theNew theNew theNew
New York Avenue Presbyterian Church Churchlast ChurcbJut Churchlast
last night Dr McFarland is director of ofthe ofUte ofthe
the Siamese Slam Royal Medical College and andHospital andHospital andHospital
Hospital at Bangkok Slam and he talked talkedof tAlkdof talkedof
of the conditions in Slam and the progr progrof PMgte prgressof S Sof
of medical sdenee Me In that country Dr DrWallace DrWallace DrWallace I
Wallace Radcuffe pastor of the church churchIntroduced churchIntroduced churchintroduced I
Introduced the speaker speakerSenator speakerSenator speakerSenator
Senator Tillman Improve ImproveSenator ImproveSenator ImprovesSenator I
Senator Benjamin R THlman who has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
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private hospital at Fifteenth FJt nth and < I streets streetsIs streets streetsIs trsetsis
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readiness for his departure tomorrow for fora fora fora
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Aspects P Cfs of South America AmericaBishop ADlerianBishop AmericaBishop
Bishop Neeley In charge of the Metho Methodist Met1odlst Methodist ¬
dist missions in Panama and South Amer America AmerIca Amerlea ¬
lea Ica lectured before a large audience at attho attho atthe
tho Hamllne Methodist Episcopal Church ChurchNinth ChurchNinth ChurchNinth
Ninth and P streets northwest last night nightAppropriate nightAppropriate nightAppropriate
Appropriate to the visit of the bishop bishopthe bishopthe bishopthe
the church was profusely decorated with withnational withtho withthe
the flags or every American republh the thenational thenational
national colors of the United States be being betng betag ¬
tag predominant predominantAfter predomInantAfter S SAfter
After describing the vastness of the thesouthern thesouthern thesouthern
southern continent by comparing its itsplains Itsplalnl Itsplains
plains mountains and rivers with those thoseof thoseor thoseof
of North America Amcrf a the bishop gave an In Instructive instrucUve instructtve
structive discourse on the mixed races racedthat racesthat racesthat
that compose compo o the population of the South SouthAmerican SouthAmeIiean SouthAmerican
American countries countriesParticularly COUDtrJecParticularly countrieiParticularly
Particularly Interesting Inler > sUng were the re remarks r rmarks remarks ¬
marks made by the speaker about tuG taavarious tuGvarious thevarious
various winds that prevail in the South SouthThe SouthThe SouthThe
The bishop ended his address by saying sayingHundreds say1ngHundreds
Hundreds of thousands of Europeans Europeansand EuropeansaDd Europeansand
and Boers are pouring into South Amer Amerloe Amerloe AmerIce
loe every yean In a short hort time we may mayexpect my myexpect mhyexpect
expect the southern continent to ba as asflourishing Uflourt asflourishing
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lighted their friends and classmates last lastnight lastnight lastnight
night with their mitdoor production of ofShe ofSa8 ofShe
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nmnn nu nvd < t Rector of Washington WashingtonWilliam BlJhlngton BlJhlngtonVUUam j jWilliam
William G Moore a contractor of ofPhiladelphia ofPhiladelphia I IPhiladelphia
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WOII eO 6CM damages from A A S Hearts Samuel SamuelC
C Bronaman a atvi oj j Howard R Keefer Keefarcontractors Keefercontractors Keefercontractors
contractors of this city cityMoore cityMoore cityMoore
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he executed s contract with Ith Brldgemoni BrldgemoniBros BrldgernonBros BrldgemoaBros
Bros of Philadelphia to erect a factory actor actorbutkUng
building at Fifteenth street troet and Wash Washington Wa WashIngton h hIngton ¬
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certain columns beams girders irders e c for forwhich forwhich forwhich
which they were to receive JliWd JliWdHe S1iIOHe li liHe
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certain supports which caused the build building bundJngto buildtag ¬
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compelled by the building inspector of ofPhiladelphia ofPhUadalphla ofPhiladelphia
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rolls of Mattings at this low price priceoffering offering choice of finest grades gradesof grad gradesof s sof
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