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Burden nrden of Proof Placed to toJerome furJeroDle ThIJerome
Jerome by Counsel Counse1 Counse1WANTS CounselWANTS j jWANTS
Attorney for Prisoner Calls Call Phr Phrstcinn Pi PiIelnn FIi FIitciau
stcinn to Stand but Gnnrdw Against AgainstGivlne tgnInitGiving nlnst nlnstClvlng
Giving Defense an Opportunity to toUse toUae toUse
Use Witnesses Vl neses in Rebuttal Jc Jcrome Jcrome Jeomo
rome omo Caught Off His H1 Guard GuardPougkeepsie GuardPougkeepsle Guarde
e Pougkeepsie Mny 14 HHarry Harry K Thaws Thawscounsel Thwseounsel Thewscounsel
counsel In the proceedings brought be before before before ¬
fore Justice Morsehauser of the Supreme SupremeCourt SupremeCourt SupremeCourt
Court of Dutchess County to secure secureThaws secureThaws secureThaws
Thaws release r le se from Matteawan State StateAsylum Stateium StateAsylum
Asylum Asylum ium for the Criminal Insane In tne surprised surprisedDistrict surprisedDfstrlct 3urprsedDistrict
District Attorney Jerome who represents repreaentathe representsthe representsthe
the N w York authorities In the case by byresting byresttng byresting
resting his case today after the testl testimony testlmony testLinony ¬
mony of only four witnesses witnessesJames witnessesJames witnessesJames
James G Graham counsel for Thaw ThawetudiouBly Thawstudiously Thawstudiously
studiously refrained from qualifying any anyof anyof anyof
of the th witnesses as experts although althoughXn althOughthey althoughthey
they were all of themedlcal the medical proCession proCessionand professionand
and oonten ad himself with
ijvi Tim putting JpUlhlU UU UUfitnesses on onracoId onrecord
record the Xn fitnesses belief as laymen laymenthat lan1enthat laymenthat
that Thaws behavior from the time of ofhis othis ofhis
his first imprisonment in June 1906 io iothe 10the iothe
the present p sllnt time was sane and rational rationalGrahams mtlonatGrahams rationalGrahams
Grahams action In thus restraining him himself himself himself ¬
self to the establishment of a skeleton skeletonprlma skeletonprima skeletonprima
prima facie case to show the present presentsanity presentsanity presentsanity
sanity of his client indicated that he hehas hehas hehas
has determined to pattern after the themethod themethod themethod
method method used by b Jerome himself lmselr In the thetwo thetwo thetwo
two trials of Thaw for murder and that thathe thathi thathe
he will 111 make mM his clients fight in the case caseonl caseone
one of rebuttal of Jeromes expert wit wltneeae witneeees
neesea neeseaWhatever neeaeVhatover neeeesVhatover
Vhatover experts 1n insanity testimony testimonythat testimonythat testimonythat
that Mr Graham may have will only be becalled becalled becalled
called to traverse the case that District DistrictAttorney DistrictAttorney DistrictAttorney
Attorney Jerome will now OW have to build buildup buildup
up Although Grahams sudden shifting shiftingof
of the weight of proof on to Jeromes Jeromesshoulders JerOm8 Jeromesshoulders S Sshoulders
shoulders caught the district attorney of ofNew ofNew ofNew
New York Y rk unawares and he he finding him himself hlmHlf himself ¬
self suddenly suddnl forced to begin putting his hisown hisOWn hisOwn
own witnesses witnWHi on the stand tried unsuc unsuccessfully unfroCce unsucceeefully ¬
cessfully ce to spar for time with Justice JusticeMorschausfr JustloeMorsebaur JusticeMorscbaue
Morschausfr MorsebaurMnkes Morscbaue MorschausfrSlakes r rMakes
Slakes Damaging Admissions AdmissionsSeveral AdmhllionsSeveral AdntteiiionSeveral
Several of the witnesses wtthesee that Thaws Thawscounsel ThawseouMei Thawscounsel
counsel p put t on the stand stultified to tosome tosome tosome
some extent the outline of oi the case Gra Graham GrahAnt Graham ¬
ham put up and In one ne instance a wit witnew witneata witnca
new nca mgde ns admissions of a statement statementmade statemontmade statementmade
made by b Thaw Th to o him while thd former formerwas formerwu formerwaz
was an inmate of iMattenwan whloh whlohwhile whl whiebwhil h hwbUe
while whil of no importance to Jerome Jeroin in the thepresent thepresent theprsseit
present case cae would have had strong strongbearing strongrlng strongboaring
bearing rlng in the two trials triaJ for murder In Inthose InthOse Inthose
those instances Jerome had been en unable unablebecause unablebe unablebecause
because be Of the hampering bam erlng rules of evi evidence evldenoe evidonce ¬
dence to get tide statement before the thecourt thecourt theCourt
court courtDr courtDr CourtDr
Dr Charles E E Lane of Peughkeepsie Peughkeepsiewas c cwas
was being oraeeexamlned by Jerome as asto asto asto
to a conversation c he had with Thaw last lastmonth Jastmonth lastmonth
month when he was sent to prison at the thebehest thebehget thebeheet
behest of Graham Jerome asked thfr thfrwitness th thwitness thwitness
witness what Thaw bad said about the thekilling thefilling thekilling
killing filling of Stanford White WhiteHe WhiteHe WhiteHe
He said that he had shot Mr Ir White on onthe onthe onthe
the impulse of the moment replied the thewitness thewItneSli1 thew1tne
witness witnessPldcasimake wItneSli1Dlck w1tne w1tneDIdheinke
Dlck Pldcasimake be rnake any anyturther furUiar remark r nark on onthe QI1thfi onthe
the thfi ciwjumstance asked Jerome JeromeHe JeromeHe JeromelIe
He jMrtd Id that he e had dane it on the ir irratitraal lrraUn It ItratInaI
ratitraal raUn 1 Impulse of the moment II tdpu1 tdpu1Dr rfl rflDr respited respitedDr
Dr Lane Lanei
i Xo o Regret for Act ActThe ActThe ActThu
The witness V tn6Ss continued to say that Thaw Thawhad Thawh Thawhad
had h d spoken no regret for his act act and that thathe thathe thathe
he made m de no mention of having been drlyen drlyento
to the commitment of or ofthe the crime by a di divine divine divine ¬
vine impulse He assigned no reason reasonwhatever rMSOnwhtover reasonwhttover
whatever as 8 the motive for the act actThe actThe actThe
The witnesses upon whom Thaws coun counsel counsel counsel ¬
sel relied to put in his prima facie case caseof caseof caseof
of sanity were Dr Frank A A Maguire MagulreTombs MaguireTombs MaguireTombs
Tombs physician Henry A A Parr a den dentist dentist dentist ¬
tist tist who had attended Thaw both in the theTombs theTombs theTombe
Tombs and an4 at Matteawan Dr Charles CharlesE
E Lane and Dr John P Wilson the thetwo thetwo thetwo
two latter local physicians who had visit visited visited visited ¬
ed Thaw during his confinement in Mat Matteawan MatteWln Matteacsn
teawan and the other during Ms past pastweeks pastweeks pastweeks
weeks stay in the oounty jail here hereAfter hereAfter boreAfter
After Mr Graham had announced that thathe thathe thathe
he closed his case case Jerome called ea1l d Dr DrFlint DrFlint DrFlint
Flint to t the stand and immediately at attempted attempted attempted ¬
tempted to introduce Into evidence test testimony testmono teetimony ¬
mony of the last murder trial and the thecodicil Utecodicil thecodicil
codicil codicil Thaw had written to his hi will on onthe onthe Oflthe
the eve of his wedding After a long Isngstruggle lengstruggle longstruggle
struggle on the part ef f Thaws counsel counselthe counselthe counselthe
the justice allowed this to go into evi evidence evidence evideace ¬
dence denceJerome denceJerome deaceJerome
Jerome contented himself with drawing drawln drawlnfrom
from Dr Flint his opinion as an expert expertthat experttht expertthat
that Thaw was at the time of his trials trialsfor trialsfor trialsfor
for murder a paranoiac and that sufferers suftererfrom
from this form of dementia are the meet meetdangerous mo mostdangerous t tdangero
dangerous dangero 8o of ail lunatics if allowed their theirliberty theirliberty theirliberty
liberty The Justice having decided upon upennight uponnight uponnight
night sessions because of the press of ofbusiness ofbusiness ofbusiness
business on his calendar Graham con continued continued continued ¬
tinued his crossexamination croo examinatlon of Jeromes Jeromesfirst Jeromesfirst Jeromesfirst
first expert after dinner the witness for forthe fortho forthe
the most part remaining unshaken in his histestimony histestimony histe
testimony testimonyCalls testimonyCnlIlI te tlxnony tlxnonyCalls
Calls Letters Delusional DelusionalGraham DelusionalGrabam DelusionalGraham
Graham took up Dr Flints characteri characterization characterisation characteration ¬
zation of Thaws Thaw letters to his attorney attorneyLongfellow attorneyLongfenow attorneyLongfellow
Longfellow ae delusional going through throughthem throughthem throughthem
them in detail and attempting to have havothe baV6the havethe
the witness qualify his testimony in par partlcular barticulr par particular ¬
ticular instances In this Thaws attor attorney attorney attorney ¬
ney failed failedThe tailedThe failedThe
The case will continue tomorrow tomorrowAt
S At adjournment adjo ment tonight an unusual in incident Incident ineldest ¬
cident occurred When Thaw was being
taken back to his Quarters he happened
to pass near Dr Flint who had Jnst left leftthe leftthe leftthe
the stand standOh standOh standOh
Oh doctor said he I thank you for forthat Corthat forthat
that kind message IMSs ge you sent me through
Mr Peabody P body at lunch today
Dr Flint looked puzzled but nfttde m o no noreply noreply noreply
reply Subsequently he told the th reporters reportersthat roportersthat reportersthat
that he had sent no message to Thaw
He had just ju t finished testifying about de ¬
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Fred Sergeant manager of the World WorldBeaters WorldBeaters WorldBeaters
Beaters playing at the Gayety Theater Theaterthis Theaterthis Theaterthis
this week was arrested by Policeman PolicemanConnor PolicemanConnor PolicemanConnor
Connor of the First precinct about aboutoclock 9 9oclock Ioclock
oclock last night on a warrant wArrant charging chargingnonsupport chargingnonsupport ebargingnonsupport
nonsupport The paper was sworn out
by his wife Mrs Mollle Sargeant who
is at 312 H street northwest Sergeant Sargoantwas SergOfintwas Sergeantwas
was released shortly after his arrest on
100 collateral The names of Dr Will WillJam WillIam Willlam
Jam M Sprlgg of the Roohambeau apart apartments apartments apartmontE ¬
ments and a Dr Wilkinson appear on
the warrant as witnesses for Mrs Sar Sargeant SargeanL Sargeant ¬
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ton Control the Convention ConventionSpokane ConventlanSpokane ConventionSpokane
Spokane Wash May 14 HAfter After months monthsof monthsof monthsof
of strenuous labor the Federal brigade of ofthe ofthe
the Statq of Washington succeeded In Inputting
putting through the Taft slate at the theState theState theState
State convention here today It Instruct Instructd
ed d tho delegation to vote oie for Taft so long longas longas
as a his hI name was before the convention conventionIt
It was all so smoothly done by the Fed Federal Fedoral
oral officeholders in and out of the con convention convention conVOfltion ¬
vention vention that the dolegates wondered what whatthey whatthey
they had come to the convention for forThe forThe
The singing of the Elks quartet re recehcd reoclved
celved much greater applause than the themention thementlon themention
mention of the name of either Roosevelt Rooseveltor
or Taft The resolutions only mildly in indomed
dorsed the President and dealt much more morekindly
kindly with his Secretary of War The Thedelegatesatlarge The Thedelegatesatlarge
delegatesatlarge are R R L 1 McCormick McCormickof
of Tacoma B l A Dalllnger of Seattle SeattleEmerson SeattleEmerson SeattleEmerson
Emerson Hammer and F T Post PostThe PostThe PostThe
The chief incidents were the swallow swallowIng
ing of the Taft pill by prominent mem members mombets
bers of the King County delegation who whowere whowere
were supposed to be for Fairbanks and andthe andthe
the turning down of exSenator John L LWilson L LWilson
Wilson whose newspaper had made a se severe severe
vere attack upon esGov McGraw chair chairman chairman chairman
man of the King County delegates and andpermanent andpermanent
permanent chairman of the convention conventionBRYAN conventionBRYAN
Minnesota Instructs for Johnson but butWill butWill
Will Support Democratic Nominee NomineeLens NomineeLeu NomineeLess
Lens Than 20O 00 Out of 035 D3 at St Paul PaulConvention PaulConvention
Convention Payor Favor Nebraskan NebraskanNo
No Fight Is Made lUadeSt MadeSt 3IadeSt
St Paul May K HThe The Minnesota MJnn sota Demo Demooratio Democratlo Demooratlo
j oratio State convention this afternoon was wasfor wasfor wasfor
j for Johnson for the Presidential nomina nomination nomination nomination ¬
tion and delegatesatlarge were elected electedas electedas
as fojlows fojlowsW fojiowsW oJJowsW
W S Hammond St James F G Win Winston Winston Winston ¬
ston Minneapolis Ftank Frank tank A A Day Fair Fairmont Falrmont Fairmont ¬
j mont Thomas D OBrien St St Paul Dan Daniel Daniel Dantel ¬
iel W Lawlor St Paul Pauli S J Turnblad TurnbladMinneapolis TurnbladMlnneapollsi TuinbladMinneapolis
Minneapolis Martin OBrien Crookston Crookstonand Crookstonand Crookatonand
and A A C Weiss Duluth DuluthWhen DuluthWhen DuluthWhen
When the convention assembled after afterthe at atterthe r rthe
the preliminary opening it was found foundthat foundthat foundthat
that the Bryanites were so far in tho thominority thominority theminority
minority that they decided after a brief briefcaucus briefcauou briefcaucus
caucus to submit to the majority Of the thet35 thedelegates
935 delegates the Bryanites could muster musterless musterle56 musterless
less than 200 supporters and though they theydied theydied theydied
died hard they finally laid down and voted votedwith votedwith votedwith
with the majority to make the convention conventionunanimous conventionunanimous conventionunanimous
unanimous for the governor of Minnesota MinnesotaThe MinnesotaThe MinnesotaThe
The resolution Instructs the delegates delegatesto
to vote for Gov Johnson as long as he heshall heshall heshall
shall be a candidate before the Denver Denverconvention Denverconentlon Denverconvention
convention But these resolutions also alsodeclare alsodeclare alsodeclare
declare for the support of the nominee of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the national convention whether it be beBryan beBran beBryan
Bryan Johnson or some so e other candidate candidateGov candidateGo candidateGov
Gov Go Johnson was S highly eulogized his hisadministration hisadministration hisadministration
administration of State affairs applauded applaudedand applaudedand applaudedand
and it was declared as the belief of the theconvention theconvention theconvention
convention that h he could poll more votes votesthan votest1mn votesthan
than his principal opponent the man mnnfrom MRnfrom manfrom
from Nebraska No action was taken on onthe onthe onthe
the election of national committeemen committeementhis
this matter being put over until the State Statenominating Statenominating Statenominating
nominating convention in June JuneWILL JuneWILL JuneWILL
Members of Louisiana Legislature LegislatureIn
In a Wrangle WrangleNow YrnngleNew VrnnsleNew
New Orleans May 14 HTlIe The Louisiana Louisianalegislature Louisianalegislature Louisianaleglalatura
legislature which is unanimously Demo Democratic DolMeratsc DemOeMtic ¬
cratic eratsc has refused to allow itself Itself to be becommitted becommitted I Icotumitted
committed to William J Bryan or any anyother anyother anyother
other Democratic candidate for the Presi Presidency Presldancy Prstdoncy ¬
dency A motion was made to invite inviteBryan Invl1fBran inviteBryan
Bryan to address the legislature and it itwas Itwas itwas
was cut and dried to pass it It An obsti obstinate obstfoate obstinate ¬
nate member Insisted on amending it by byextending byextend byextending
extending extend ng similar invitations to Gov GovJohnson GovJohnson GovJohnson
Johnson of Minnesota and Senator Cul Culberson Culberson Cutberson
berson of Texas whereupon another anothermember anothermember anothermember
member protested against the legislative legislativehall legislativehallbetng legislativehail
hall hallbetng being used to advance the cause eau of ofany ofany ofany
any of the th candidates cludldat 8 whereupon wh eupon all in invitations n nvltatf nvitntthns ¬
vitations vltatf ns were withdrawn and it was de decided decided docidod ¬
cided not to allow Presidential PJ Sldential politics to tobe todl tobe
be discussed dl ussed In any an way during the see session liIeBsian seesion ¬
sion sionSKULL sianSKULL sionSKULL
Mrs Fraser to Be Brought to Wash Washington Washington Washingtoii ¬
ington Hospital HospitalConstable HospitalCon HospitalCoastable
Constable Con tnble Carpenter Intimates lie HeWill lie11l lieWill
Will 11l Arrest Toddy Man 3InnGuiltr ManGuilty fnn fnnGnnty
Guilty Gnnty of Attack AttackFearing Attnlkeerlng AttackFearing
Fearing eerlng her skull has been be n fractured fracturedphysicians fnoturedphyslQians freotaredphysiolans
physicians who ho have been attending Mrs MrsMargaret MrsMargaret MrsMargaret
Margaret Fraser of Indian Head at attacked attacked attacked ¬
tacked by a man in her home Tuesday Tuesdaynight Tuosdaynigilt Tuesdaynight
night nigilt have decided to have her brought broughtto bro ght ghtto
to this city today and placed in a hos hospital hospital hoepital ¬
pital for treatment treatmentYesterday treatmentYQterday treatmentYterday
Yesterday afternoon it was reported reportedthat reportedthat reportedthat
that Mrs Irs Fraser was slightly Improved ImprovedLater ImprovedLItter ImprovedlAter
Later In the evening she grew worse worseDr worsoDr worseDr
Dr H E Hough assistant a lstant surgeon surg n at attached Attached attached ¬
tached to the naval station first attended attendedtfie attendedtlie attendedtile
tile woman and has had her under his hiscare hiscare hiscare
care ever since Symptoms appearing appearinglast appearinglast appearinglast
last night led him te t believe Mrs Fra Frasers Fra Frasers Frasers
sers injuries were not superficial as first firstsupposed firstpupposcd firstpupposed
supposed pupposcdReenforced pupposedReenforced supposedReenforced
Reenforced by Sheriff John Albrlttain Albrlttainof
of La Plata Md Constable Carpenter Carpenteris
is following all olews Ol w He H intimated last lastnight 1astnight lastnight
night that he had information that would wouldsurely wouldsurely wouldsurely
surely lead to thl th arrest of the man who whoattacked whoattacked whoattacked
attacked Mrs Fraser within the next nexttwentyfour ne nexttwentyfour t ttwentyfour
twentyfour hours hoursIt hoursIt hoursIt
It was stated yesterday afternoon that thatthe tootthe thatthe
the authorities knew who It was who whocommitted whocommitted whocommitted
committed the attack They would not notadmit notadmit notadmit
admit this last night nightTwo nightTwo nightTwo
Two men in the little town yesterday yesterdaydeclared yesterdaydeclared yesterdaydeclared
declared they were almost sure of the theIdentity theldenUt theIdentity
Identity ldenUt of the man but would not di divulge divulge divulge ¬
vulge their suspicions It is thought they theyhave theyhave theyhave
have communicated their knowledge to tothe tothe tothe
the authorities and that th t after verifying verifyingit orfCylngIt
it an arrest will be made madeGood madeGood madeGood
Good at Guessing GuessingFrem GnclllIl GueaathgFrom lS lSFrem
Frem the Philadelphia Public Ledger LedgerMike LedgerMIke LedgmMike
Mike was coming Jo 0 America on an anocgan anocean n nocean
ocean steamer with a bag on his book bookmade ba bakmad k kmade
made made mad of a bandanna handkerchief In Inwhich Inwhich inwhich
which were all of his belongings belongingsThere belongingsThere belongingsThere
There ware two Englishmen aboard the theboat theboot theboat
boat with him When they landed In InPhiladelphia InPhiladelphia inPhiladelphia
Philadelphia they thought they would wouldhave wouldhave iouldhave
have some fun with Mike MikeOne MikeOne MikeOne
One sad saId How far Is i it to Baltimore BaltimoreMike BaltfmoreMike BaltimoreMike
Mike MikeHow
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Mike MikeOh
hOh Oh I just guessed suess It it said the other otherWall oth other4wrel1 r
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my name n me guess how far ft Is to BaIts BaltJLlneman BaItsmore
Llneman Ilnel1nn Seriously Serlouftl Hurt HurtSpecial HurtSpecial Hurt5pdal
Special IB The D1 Washington WahItgtonlleraid WahItgtonlleraidStaunton Hferald HferaldStaunton rald
Staunton Va May 14 14J J T Ewing Ewingof
of near Staunton while repairing a
telephone wire at Spring Hill fell forty
f feet eet His injuries are areS serious seriousWhen seriousWhen seriousWhen
When you have lost or found fouEd anything
telephone t an advertisement to t The Wash ¬
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R4irigtt > ingut EOS l bs HarrisLwing HarrisLwingHENRY HaJrtswmJPal8 HamsLcungHENRY
Passe Pal8 Passe5 Ills Eightysixth Milestone Surrounded by Many lUau of II IliA lii In Friends
Candidate of Germans Who WhoWant WhoWant Vhoant
Want ant Representation RepresentationKAOE RepresentationRAOEQUESTION
Dissatisfaction Over Appointment of ofOnly ofOn ofOnly
Only On I One Negro Secrelury SccrcCnr to Freed Frecilmeus Frectlme Freedntella
meus me l1I cUd Society SooletyScparaUon SocietySeparation Scpnrntion of ofAfrican ofAfrican ofAfrican
African JI Membership mIersbh Favored Fnorcl l by byIanRcnnlon byManyReunion y yMany
Many IanRcnnlon Reunion Might Follow FollovrSpectel Follo FolloSpedal Follow8el
Spectel to Th The WuMnedm W Wa UmU UmUBaltimore HwaMBaltimore I ID81t1mere
Baltimore Md fd May 14 HA A new phase phaseof pb phaseof se seof
of the problem roblem of selecting selecting bishops arose arosetoday arosetoday erosetoday
today in connection with the session of ofthe orthe ofthe
the General Conference of the Methodist MethodistEpiscopal MethodistEpiscopal MethodistEpiscopal
Episcopal Church at the Lyric when it itwas itws I II
was ws lanritad I fJtOO that the German Methodists Methodistswa MethodlsblWlifU Mothodistewt
wa WlifU wt a xepreggHtatjvt t JletIttativ in the opisoopooy opisoopooywho opisQoptOSJHNIk1 oplsaopaeywho
who < a aRev speafc SJHNIk1 their rng tpngtfa get getRev ghRev
Rev Dr John L Nuelsen Nuels p professor in inthe Inthe Inthe
the Nest N rut Jt Theological loglcalsemlnal7 Seminary at Bores BereaOhio DfeAohiO Boresobl
Ohio obl a representative rePre entattve of the ChicagoGerman Chicago ChicagoGerman 1 1Gennn
German conference to the general confer conference eontorence conference ¬
ence a native of Germany German will be their theircandidate theircandidate 1 1candidate
candidate He ta one of the most promi prominent prom promneat ¬ I Inent
nent Methodists Methodists in the United States StatesReasons StatesRcnson StatesReasons
Reasons for Representation RepresentationIt
It is represented that Ut t the Germans Germansshould GermAnSI GermAnSshould Germansshopid I
should have some one of their number on onthe ontht1 onthe
the episcopal board in view of their theirstrength theirstnmgUa theirstrength
strength in the church They claim a aconetltueticy uconaUtuebO aconstituency
constituency of not lese than half a mil milI mUlion rIllion
I lion and have aV a number of strong con conferencee conftreneM conforesees
foresees Many of their preachers pr chors are areunable areuMble areunable
unable to speak the English pgHeh language per perfectly perfectl perfectly ¬
fectly fectl so that the bishop presiding presldlngoer presldlngoerone over overone overone
one of their conferences finds himself himselfembarrassed hlm h1molfembarrassed olt oltembArra
embarrassed embArra sed in the administration of the thework thework thework
work workThe workThe workThe
The influential men of the South who whohave whOhave whohave
have been prominent in the work among amongthe amougthe amongthe
the colored people are not satisfied with withthe withtbe withthe
the report rOp rt of the education committee In Inso inso
so far as it refers to the Freedmens Aid AidSociety AidSociety AidSociety
Society They do not like the idea of ofhaving ofhaYing ofhaving
having only one secretary for the new newboard newboard newhoard
board and that a colored men stating statingthat stRtlngthat statingthat
that that Is only onl an entering wedge which whichwill whichwill whichwill
will result In the separation of the col colored coloreti eelored ¬
ored oreti part of the church from the main mainbody mainbody mainbody
body bodyProf bodyProf bodyProf
Prof J S S Hill of Morristown Tenn Tcnnwho Tennwho Tennwho
who has been for twentyseven tVe seen years ears At Atthe atthe atthe
the head hea of the educational ed educat1 tt nl work among amongthe amongthe amongthe
the colored people of 0 that part of the theState theState tileState
State l II one of the most strenuous oppo opponents opponents oppofloats ¬
nents of the move moveAdvocates moveAtlocntcl moveAdvocntes
Advocates of Xe Xegro egro ro Separation SeparationTWe SepnrntlonuThiB SeparationThis
uThiB This cry for a colored bishop said saidProf saidProf saIdProf
Prof Hill HJUspeaking speaking for or the colored mere members mem members merehers ¬
bers te I not so much that the colored coloredpeople colored coloredpeople coloredpeople
people want a bishop of otthelr their own as that thatthey thatthey thatthey
they want episcopal supervision sUJervl on Not Notsince Notnce Notsince
since nce the days when Bishop Warren and andafter nndafter andafter
after that Bishop Mallalidu lived among amongthem amongtbem amongthem
them have they had such a supervision supervisionWhat supervisionWhllt supervisIonWhet
What we need is some one among us to tolead tolead tolead
lead in this important work of the South SouthIt SouthIt SouthIt
It appears tppC8rs there are not a few In the thedenomination thedenomlnaUon thei1enomination
denomination who ho would be glad to see seethe seethe seethe
the black man withdraw and form a achurch achurch achurch
church of his own It is thought by bythese bythese liythese
these that if this should be done there therewould therewould therewould
would be removed one of the barriers barriersthat barriersthat barriersthat
that now exkt between the Methodist MethodistEpiscopal MethodistEpiscopal MethodistEpiscopal
Episcopal Church and the Methodist Epis Episcopal Episcopal Episcope ¬
copal cope Church South and soon the re reunion reunion reunion ¬
union would take place placeThere placeThere placeThere
There are about 3000000 colored men members menbers menbers ¬
bers of the Methodist Episcopal Church ChurchTho ChurchTho ChurchThe
Tho call for an extra secretary who shall shallbe shallbe hnll hnllbe
be white Is also based on the plea that thatIf thatif thatif
If only a colored man Is elected it will willlook willlook willlook
look as if the white part of the church churchwas churchwas churchwas
was getting out from under the load and andintended andintended andIntended
intended to let the colored people shift shiftfor shiftfO shiftfor
for fO themselves As AIf A a result of this oppo opposition OPPOsitton oppositlon ¬
sition the matter will have to be re reopened reopened 1copened ¬
Attackon ttncl on Catholicism CatholicismThe Cntltoll CatitollcisniThe J8Ul J8UlThe
The delegates heard a bitter bltt r attack attapkupon attnckupon attackupon
upon the Catholic Church today made modeby madeby madeby
by Bishop Thomas B Noelex eele who sub submitted submitted submitted ¬
mitted his report embracing the mis missionary mls510nao misslonary ¬
sionary work in South AmerJQa for the thelast thelast thelast
last quadrennium With pointed refer references referen references ¬
ences en i s the t e speaker warned l His s hearers hearersthat hearersthat hearerstlmt
that that the religious fight in the future futurewould Cuturewould futurewould
would be protestantism against Roman Romanism RomanIsm Romanlsm ¬
ism and that It would wouldtake take all the com combined c corn cornbined m mblned ¬
bined forcea torce or esif of t all the theprotostAnts protestants faiths faithsto faithsto faithsto
to make any sort of a telling stand standagainst standagainst StandagaInst
against the worldwide citadel of Catho Catholicism Catholicism Catholielam ¬
I licism licismThe licismThe lielamThe
i I The speaker 9p aker basgd bas d his remarks uponQondlttons upon uponconditions uponcondItInn
conditions In South America and after afterasserting atterassertIng afterasserting
I asserting with more than ordinary
em emphasis emphasts m mphttsisthat ¬
phasis phttsisthat that the thechuroh church of Rome RO 1ehRdnot 1ehRdnotGRAFTON had not notGRAFTON notGRAFTON
I GRAFTON the Authority on Roof RoofRepairing RoofRepairing RoofRepairing
I Repairing and Painting PaintingIf
If yea yeumast want an n houiset1 honest et accurate a aomrat curati and expert expertopinion pert pertopbden pervoiththa
II opbden opinion OB repairing and painting Jl ln gfOQts roofs consult consultGrafUffl cOnsultGran consultGraftes
Gran GrafUffl 29 years rs in business bUsiness All i1 irorK irorKeuarantced UerRlWlran won wonsuarantecl
I lWlran suaranteclGrafton euarantced euarantcedGrafton d dGrafton
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even to this day lifted the people out of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the demoralizing superstition of the thepagans Utepagans tIlepagans
pagans he quietly turned to America and andcharged andI andcharged
I charged that the same church which kept keptits ktptits keptits
its own followers in A heathenish state statewas statewas statewas
was wielding or attempting to wield an aninfluence anIntluence aninfluence
influence in the United State StateDemonstration Statn StatnDemonlltrntionN StatesDemonstrations
Demonstration of Strength StrengthBishop StrengtbBllioop StrengthBishop
Bishop Naeley said tile Church of Rome Romehad Romehad Romehad
had gained remarkable strength on this thisside thisside thisside
side of the Atlantic and cited as an in instance Instan instance
stance stan the recent parades of Catholics Catholicsin
in Philadelphia and d New York York the ooca occasion oocaslon oocadon ¬
don being bel g the whit of Cardinal Logue Logueof Lopeof Logueof
of Ireland Jr nd to thVwe elite H He furtherInded furtheralluded
alluded to the peraona personal representative tatiYe of ofthe ofth ofthe
the th Pope at Washington and declared declaredthat eelaredthat declaredthKt
that the church not only busted herself herselfin heneltin herselfin
in State and municipal politics P lltl but buttunnd buttumed butturned
turned it Its attention to affairs at the Cap Capital CapItal Capital ¬
ital of the nation nationRev nationn8 nationRev
Rev n8 Dr James Henderson of Canada Canadaone Ciu1ada Ciu1adaone Canadaone
one of the three fraternal delegate delegatewrought d de4egatwiought tM tMwrought
wrought up the conference to a high de degree de degree dogree ¬
gree of enthusiasm today when In the thecourse thecour5e thecourse
course of a stirring address he declared declareda
a chain of missions established ablts oo along the tnePacific thePatUc thePaetftc
Pacific coast would be the best defense defenseagainst defenseagainst defenseagainst
against the socalled yellow peril perilDisiiiiiguislied pernoGREETED perilUREE1BD
Disiiiiiguislied Guests Attend AttendDinner AttendlJillner AttendDinncr
Dinner Function FunctionTRIBUTE FUll FuiietionTRIBUTE tion tionTRpnrTE
More Uorc Than One Thousand Thou ancl Crowd the theHome tbeHODleArmy theHomeArmy
Home HODleArmy Army Navy 11 Diplomatic DiplomaticCoiiKrcsnlounl DJplomntlcConJresldonnl DIplomaticCoiigreadounl
CoiiKrcsnlounl and Departmental DepartmentalWashington DepnrtmlntnlVnshlllKton DepartmentalWashington
Washington Present Waterways WaterwaysComniisMlou WaterwaysCommission Vatcrn VatcrnConuuhlHlon
Commission in Ii Receiving Line LineSeldom LineSllOm LIneSO1tIDD
Seldom fit the hfatory bt torr of Washington Washingtonhayo WasfttngtenhKVO Washtngtanhai
hayo hai more Iftere notable been gathered under underone underone uHlerone
one roof at a quasiofficial function than thanattended thtlftt thOnsUended
attended t nd the tI th reception at Ute Qlfford QlffordPinchot GIOnlPtn GrdPinchot
Pinchot Ptn bot home last la t night n1 ht to meet the thegovernors thovern thegovernors
governors vern rs of the the States StA tf8 and Territoies Territoiesattending Terrlto1eaatten Terrttulesattending
attending atten lng the White HOUR conference conferenceand eonCeren eonCerenAnd eonfereneand
and th members of Use Inland I Water Waterways Waterways Waterways ¬
ways Commission CommteafonSignificance C CommissionSignificance mndulen mndulenSlgnUeance
Significance to attached to the recep reception reeepUon reception ¬
tion for the reason that It snows tile in intejio In IntQnilo intenso
tejio Iptorest to the general scheme of ofconservation ofcO ofconsrvatiost
conservation cO sorvaUoftot of resources and waterways waterwaysIn
In general generalIt
It also shows that President Pr o1ldent Roose Roosevelt Rooseelt Rousevelt ¬
velt elt is Is not alone in hia belief that to toChief toCbler toChief
Chief Forester Gifford Pinchot is due duemuch dUemuch duomuch
much of the credit for the origination of ofthe ofth ofthe
the th schemes that have resultotl r in an anawakening anawakening anaWakening
awakening of public interest in the move movethat m movethat ve vethat
that has hOsbrought brought the governors of States Statesand Statesand Statesand
and Territories to Washington Vl n ton in re response re respo respouse ¬
sponse spo spouse se to the Presidents Invitations InvitationsCrowded InvitationsCroWlletl invitatIonsCrowded
Crowded tl the e House HouseMore UonHeMore lionNeMore
More than 1000 guests crowded the thehouse thehouse thehouse
house house at 1618 Rhode Island avenue dur during durIn during ¬
ing In the evening and every branch of ofofficial ofofflclal ofofficial
official life was represented repr soted The army armynavy arm armnavy armynavy
navy diplomatic Congressional and de departmental departmental departmental ¬
partmental officials were e there in addi addition addt110n addition ¬
tion to the governors more more than thirty thirtyof thlrtof thirtyof
of whom v om were In the receiving line vie vieprivate ileprhat ie ieprIvate
private citizens interested in the move moveand movennd moveand
and representatives of the press pressMr pressMr pressMr
Mr Pinchot was assisted in receiving receivingby
by the members of the waterways com commission commlslon cornmission ¬
mission and the governors one relay giv giving givIng glvlag ¬
ing way to another as more aosembed aosembedThe asembtdThe aosembedThe
The guests gue ts were marshaled in the re reception re reception reception ¬
ception ball on the first floor ani march marched mRiched marched ¬
ed single file past the receiving line at atthe atthe atthe
the head of the stair tai where they were weregreeted weregreeted weregreeted
greeted by Mr Pinchot and at various varioustimes varlouatimes variouctimes
times from five to fifteen governors GQ verno rs It Itwas Itwas Itwas
was purely pure1 a masculine affair and the thegeneral thegeneral thegeneral
general topic topl of course was that of the theconference theconference theconference
conference now in progress ro e56 at the White WhiteHouse WhiteHouse hite hiteHou
House HouseIn Hou HouIn HouseIn
In the diningroom on the second s cond floor flooran flooran flooran
an elaborate buffet luncheon wqs served servedand servetland servedand
and the guests moved oil through the thediningroom thediningroom thediningroom
diningroom to the smokingroom In the therear therear therear
rear and to Mr Plncliots Pln Inchots hots den down downstairs downstairs downstairs
stairs stairs where the Forestry Association Associationholds Assoctltlonholds Associationholds
holds its meetings meetingsSonic meetingsSome > s sSomc
Sonic Informal Gatherings GatheringsThere Gatber GatlscrIngThere n nThere
There were informal in forJlJo 1 gatherings all allabout aUabout altabout
about the place and among tho guests guastsprqmlnent SUOtsprQmlMnt guestspromineat
prqmlnent vas W B William J Bryan who whowas whowasgre whowas
was wasgre greeted tcd by many of his friends frl nds and andwho andvho andnho
who was constantly c c nstantly tantly the center of an aneverchanging an6vercha anaverchatglng
everchanging 6vercha glng group of animated talkers talkersGuests talkersGu talkersGu
Guests Gu sts ts came ame and went untU tmtUatet after 11 Uoclock 11ocIQC 11oclQOlt
oclock ocIQC Nearly N NQfti r1 all n the guests gq ts had ideas ideasof lde ideasof s sof
of their own about ab ut the procedure pro eduro that thatshould thatSh9Uld thatshquld
should be observed ob ed in the carrying c fQtIrig out of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the conservation policies and t topics pf that thatwill thntWin thatt11l
will be brought up tmD n at the WhUe House Housewere Housewere Housewere
were thrashed out over the cigars cigarsBrynn olglirsBryan cigarsBryan
Bryan to t Visit Fairbanks FairbanksWilliam FairbankWl11lam FuirbankicWilliam
William Jennings J nnlngs Bryan will be the theguost th thguest thegust
guest of Vice President Pr Sldent Fairbanks at atbreakfast athre atbrechfast
breakfast hre kfast this thI morning He Hets Is expected expectedto XpBctedto
to attend the dinner given to Gov Shel Sheldon Sheldon Shedo ¬
don do tonight
Oldest OldestJ OldestInliabitaiits inhabitants habitallts Celebrate CelebrateHis Celebratej41j j jHis
j41j His 86th Birthday BirthdayBECEPTION BirthdayRECEPTION BirthdayRECEPTION
Flowers I and t Congratulations for tort torUOHtJU forhostHis j jHoHt
HoHt UOHtJU His Interesting Interest lug Career CareerStart CareerStartet Start Started ¬
ed et Life on n nFnrm Farm Working as a aIlndtion aIIndon aHudson
Hudson River Rh r Steward SteardOlCncd Opened the theCity tbeCity theCity
City Hotel not l In Washington WashingtonIn nhlngtonIn
In celebration of his eightysixth birth birthday blrthI birthdy ¬
day d y Henry A Wlllard yesterday enter entertained entertained catertamed ¬
tained the members of tho Association Associationof
of the Oldest Inhabitants of the District Districtof
of C Columbia with a 3 reception at t his home homei333
1333 K I streot northwest northwestBesides northwtB northwestBesides
Besides B > sldes floral offerings ClrllIgl Mr Willard Willardwas VillardI
I was the recipient of congratulations from fromhis fromhis fromhe
his guests Charles Kennedy Jonned uged ged elgbty elgbtynine elgbtynnf eightyflint
nine recited in honor of le 1e host the thepoem thepoem thepoem
poem Why Should the Spirit of Mortal MortalBe MortalJ3 MortalBe
Be J3 Proud ProudAfter ProudAfter ProudAfter
After each guest had shaken hands handswith bftndswith bandswith
with Mr tr WlJlard and members of his hisfamily Idafamily hisfitmily
family a buffet lunch was wu served servedGrandchildren serYedGtandcJlnlrcn servedGrandchIldren
Grandchildren Assist in Receiving ReceivingThree ReceldngThreo ReceivingThree
Three of Mr Wlllarda grandchildren grandchildrenHe IlIU1 grandchildrenIinry chl1dren chl1drenIIfnry
He IIfnry nry Augustus WIllard second William WilliamBradley WU1amBrn WillIamBradley
Bradley Brn ley Willard and Sarah Kellogg Wit Wlllard WIllard Witlard ¬
lard assisted in entertaining the guests guestsWhat guestsWhat guestsWhat
What was especially attractive to the themembers themembers themembers
members of the association was a picture picturetaken picturetaken picturetaken
taken at tho banquet of that organization organizationNovember orpuizaUonI organizationNovember
November 6 1906 1DO Many an3 of the promi prominent prom promnEnt promtnent ¬
I nent members who have since nee died were wereportrayed wereportrayed wereportrayed
portrayed among mQng them Dr William Starr Starrand StArri Starrand
i and Edward F Droop DroopMr DroolJlr DroopMr
Mr Wlllard a Selfmade Man ManMr ManMr Inn InnMr
Mr Wlllard Wiilard l1lard was born in Westminster WestminsterYt
Yt May 14 U28 1m of parents descended descendedfrom de descendedfrom eendeclfrom
from illustrious families His career has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been selfmade He started to earn his hisliving hisliving hisliving
living in boyhood by working on a farm farmin farmIn farmIn
in summer to defray the expenses of his hiseducation hiseducation hiseducation
education received during the winter wintermonths wintermonths wintermonths
months monthsHe monthsHe monthsHe
He later procured employment In a store storeat storeat storeat
at Bellows B ll WS Fall Falls Vt t and later was s a aclerk aclork aclerk
clerk in Chases Hotel at Bmttlebero At Atthe Atthe Atthe
the age of twentyone years he went to toTroy toTro toTrey
Troy Tro N Y and became steward on the theNew theNew theNew
New York and Troy steamship line It Itwas Itwas itwas
was while hlle thus employed he met Mrs MrsPhoebe MrsPhoebe MrsPhoebe
Phoebe Warren a staler ef Benjamin BenjaminOgle BenjaminOgle BenjaminOgle
Ogle Tayloe TayloeThrough TayloeDhrougk TayloeThrough
Through Mr Tayloes influence la aeRee he was waspersuaded wupersu waspersoaded
persuaded persu ded to come here in 1547 when he heopened hepeJMd heipeflOd
opened the City Hotel later changing its itsname Itaname itsname
name to Willards Hotel Ho 1 Mr Ir Wlllard Wlllardmanaged WlUardnNuged Willardmanaged
managed the hotel alone until 1X1 1IiI I when whenhis whenJUs whenhis
his brother Joseph Wlltard joined part partnership partnership partnership ¬
nership with him In IK Mr Wlllard Wlllardsold Willardsold Villard80kl
sold ale Interest in the hotel to hi hibrother ht htbrother hisbrother
brother brotherIdentified brotherItlentl brotheridentified
Identified Itlentl eti with Citys CityspProRre pProRre pProRreThe Progrea ProgreaTha ProgrcsThe
The history of o Hepry A A Willard has hasbeen bASbeen hasbeen
been associated A ed with the business growth growthof growthof
of Washington H He has been largely Jar < ely iden identified idenUfted ideatided ¬
tided with the financial Institutions of ofthis ofthis ofthis
this city He was the organiser and andfirst aRdfirst andfirst
first president of o the National Savings Savingsand Savingsand Savingsand
and Trust Company In InMr 181 181Mr 1 1Mr
Mr Wlllani Uanl w wuplMldeat presHaat of tte board boardof boardof boardof
of public ubtJe workig under uttdpr President Grant a abody a1tod7 abody
body which was Inetrotn6ntal l triIm llUd In making makingWashington makingashlngtoR sinkingWashington
Washington ashlngtoR a modern city cityHe eltyHe cityHe
He was an intimate friend and adviser adviserof advtHroC adviserof
of GOY Shepherd From 2S7S IS7 to ISM Mr MrWllland MrWillard r rWillard
Willard was president pre ldeat of the Columbia ColumbiaHallway ColumbiaRall ColumbiaRailway
Hallway Rall ay Company and during this period periodthe periodthe periodthe
the northeastern norUoUtem section of the city was wasdeveloped wasdeveloped wasdeYe1opei
developed It is said ad his financial ftnaadalaEtst ftnaadalaEtstance assist assistance ¬
ance was responsible for the building of ofAlt fAU ofAlt
Alt Souls Church ChurchFor CIIurehFor ChurchFor
For many man years etlrl he was vice president presidentof Jlr Stdent Stdentethe
of ethe the National NaUOnAlMetropolitaa Metropolitan Bank He Heorganized Heorganized Heorganized
organized the Columbia File P11 Insurance InsuranceCompany InsuranceCompany
Company and was U its president from 1SS1 1SS1to 1SS1to ISS1to I
to 18H 1 In company with the late Justice JusticeMMier JUtltleertUer Justicerrner
MMier of the Supreme Court of the theUnited theUnited theLnited
United States and Reginald Fendall Mr MrWillard MrWillard MrWillard
Willard incorporated the Garfield Memo Memorial Memorial Memonat ¬
rial Hospital and Is at present viee presi president prMldent pros prosdent ¬
dent of that institution institutionMr InstitutionMr institutionMr
Mr Willard is also an active member memberof memberoC
of the Vermont State Stat Association and andone andone andone
one of its officers He is I a director of the theAmerican theAmerlean theAmerican
American Security and Trust Company Companyand ComPAnyand Companyand
and of the Equitable Life Assurance So Society Societ7 Society ¬
ciety cietyMrs ciet7lIr cietyMrs
Mrs lIr Wlllard also comes of Puritan Puritanstock PUritu3t Puritanstock
stock 3t ek and to a granddaughter graacldau hter of Stephen StephenRowe StepheRRowe StephenRowe
Rowe Bradley a Connecticut officer in inthe i iUUt inthe
the Revolutionary war r and for three threeterms threeterms threeterms
terms a United States Senator from that thatState tltatState thatState
State StateYesterday StateYesterday StateYesterday
Yesterday Mr Wlllard was 8S in good goodspirits ttIsphi godpzits
spirits sphi and greeted ms 1M guests with cheer cheetCui ciie ciieful cheerful
ful smiles am and cordiality His health healthseems hOIthseems
seems excellent excellentLint excellentLIHtof excellentList I
Lint LIHtof of the tbi tlt Guests GnefltaAmong GuestsAmong I IAmong
Among the members of the tb Oldest OldesthabitanUs ty I IbalMtanta
habUanta Association and other guests guestswho guestswho guestswho
who attended the reception wore woreAndrew wenTIteedorc usnTheeic
TIteedorc W vo voRdmr N Ntwlttw
Andrew Rdmr II R u J D Cttbeli art WJHtem 1AIam R RStettb ItSlaith
Stettb nee neen KttkieBfe ksta kstaIt
1 n v V Ileta n III ncmdtog Vtcczdt ereNtIItJ ereNtIItJDr fer tTtsry tTtsryDr ury uryDr
Dr JOHPi J t T Howard H rnti eansuOsodisS imtainUat tecrttarn tecrttarnLmfa seccetar3rLueti
Lmfa P I deltoid > ticuunr ticuunrGeorge t1eUllJWGeorIe tisssurrrOeori
George It AbnuM AbnuMUeorgs A D p S S Uh LeahUecqa Lehtieqtm
Ueorgs A Anae AnaeA AI It V Lurtwy
A s J B4f DfIdIe A NVpane NVpaneW W C lailes lailesIgries
OftrlttlMimtt OftrlttlMimttScott Igries ikhrrss hrnI W A ASalt tSS lAsSes lAsSesott
Scott ott C Rose RoseJoseph Boae P I I Ltttk LtttkIT LIttJeJ068tii UtileJeniui
Joseph J068tii C Itnrfcr ItnrfcrA Joba LIB LIBA I4ss I4ssA
A G tL TBrwC TBrwCS Bn c J IM IT It Major IsW
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WiHUm iflIsts H BnnMd BnnMdSrtsi nnoELw R T 1CsrhSsy e ed
Srtsi liIs lIall Jtajrar JtajrarH or z JONI T Tw Iossea IosseaV
H W V B BFWderick IICIu isKjgir isKjgirJohn Jan alp S S Merrill MerrillFrederick
FWderick Frederick H i CUwrt CUwrtvniiam ahert wt T Twmiam Ntas Ntaswniian
vniiam W V Cfeaabei CfeaabeiWmnn C1MiHenWW if Qeb QebWilbani
Wmnn WW n Chweb Chweb11Ham V J II 1 Rtt tkeerWiit1as RttwuC
wuC Wiit1as 11Ham A Ulwkt UlwktPatrick J JPatrieJI JPatrick
Patrick Clwur 11ft It It1f if A I IiLCoheen
If iLCoheen Coiman CoimanIt F J J1 l lH s sIt
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V F X ttori ttoriB I C WI U L Smith SmithO SMitIlD SsitbB
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CSDI t J 1 l IIeiber B n H Waracr WaracrW WanterJoint WareerJohn
Joint Helldenola W V Le Lee White WhiteJ Wte WteHimoii hIteJoh5
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It is estimated that 130090000 tons of ofcofil ofcolil ofcoal
coal are used annually by the railWays rnHwaysof
of theUnllod tha VnttOO States Stft out of which but but10000I
7500008 tons are used in drawing 1ra wing the thetrains thetraJns thetrains
trains while 141 14J5000I0 00016 tons 1On go up the thechimneys thechlIne thechimneys
chimneys chlIne s
Onr Xntioitnl Flower FlowcrEverything FlowerElerytl FlowerEarything
Everything Elerytl ng drooped except thos those stat atalwart 8t1Wtut statwart
wart American Beauty roses so costly costlyso costlyso
so splendid so hard ah ahd ah1 so unromantic unromnntlco
0 national flower ower of Americans AmertcansMrs AmertcansMrsJnhhLane IMrs IMrsJuhtsLaro Mrs MrsJohn
John JnhhLane JnhhLaneIrs JuhtsLaroMrs Lane LaneMrs
Mrs Emma Ernm A A Fox second vice presi president president pros prosdent ¬
dent of the O lateral erel Federation of Womens Ctabe CtabeBd Cl1tbllutd CISISsad
sad Bd fpTOorly formerly a ra member nber oj f Uw herd W rf < i 1 Huratkm ffluC8 f1ft f1ftDC of ofDetroit ofDetroit
Detroit DC t her bone city will bn bc in WasbingUw on onMonday onloud onMondA
Monday MondA f to definer a l lecture ctnre or psrBatasjitRrj 11lJ lav lavat lalorat Iacat
at 415 15 oclock in the New rs WllwJ A inducts basnessracetiog ba inductsmeeting 1lfliI 1lfliImeeting
meeting of the D 1 A R chapter will be held after aftertoe aItflthe at icr icrtie
toe lecture eeture at 515 l5 odocX ocl oc1oc
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Last Chance at Those ThoseFor Those15Oand2
150 15Oand2 15Oand2Negflges and 2
Negliges for forFor 69 c cFor
For the Friday selling we put on the thelarge thelarge thelarge
large display tables many new lots of the thequickselling thequickselling thequickselling
quickselling Neglige 1 eglige Shirts at 690 They Theyare Theyare 1 1are
are all Finegrade Softbosom Shirts On Onaccount Onaccount Onaccount
account of the price at which we are to towhich tosell tosell
sell them the makers exatted our promise Vx Vxnot I Inot
not to advertise the name of the shirts shirtswhich shirtswhich
which is is famous from ocean to ocean but butthe butthe butthe
the label is in every shirt and youll rec recogpize recognize V Vognize
ognize it at a glance There are plain plainbosom plainbosom k kbosom
bosom and pleated bosom shirts plain plainwhite g gwhite A Awhite
white shirts and a choice variety of all 7V 7Vthe J I Ithe t tthe
the new colors and patterns in colored coloredshirts v vshirts
I Ishirts
shirts some have separate cuffs and some somehave Yx Yxhave L i11Tk
have cuffs attached There are also in ineluded ineluded included
eluded Fine Pongee Shirts with attached attachedturndown attachedturndown attachedturndown
turndown collar the retail price of which whicheverywhere whicheverywhere iIjP7 iIjP7everywhere
everywhere is 150 ro and and 2 they they are in innatural innatural 1 I Inatural
natural and various other colors colors This Thisgreat Thisgreat Thisgreat
great purchase includes mostly the manufac manufacturers manufacturers ¬
turers fine sample shirts and therefore are ab absolutely absolutely ¬ f fsolutely
solutely perfect some of them are slightly im imperfect imperfect ¬ 6 9
perfect but not in such a way as will affect the thewear thewear thewear et
wear They are all i and 150 shirts shirtsit it is isthe isthe isthe
the shirt sale of the season at atjkGui1d
jkGui1d Guild Corner Corner9thandGStsNW Corner9th
T 9thandGStsNW 9thandGStsNWPhone 9th and G Sts N NW NWUJ1 V VI
UJ1 PhoneMain723l PhoneMain723li Phone Main l ain 7231 7231f 7231SPECIALS
Our previous Speolal liav liavIn 118 118tnit
In tnit proved Mitch NiicrcMHful NiicrcMHfulS fiulCfHHfululnnenc
ktry S winner we linvo decided to tooffer tootTer
EQ offer the following special specialpriee p eeln 1 1prlfH
priee for tIle entire vreelss vreelssUp vvcel vvcelUp TcClUUp
Up to to 10 Pounds of Sugar at 5c with Every Pound of Our Fine Coffee Coffeeor
or Half Pound of Our Fine Teas TeasSlilil TeasMliii
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