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TOTAl TOTAL2 OOEIO J JAccused 3Accused
Accused Attorney AttorneyAdmits Admits He HeInvested HeInvested Heinvested
Invested Big Sums SumsCLIENTS ms msll
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ll tURB RE CLIENTS APPEAR APPEARAlleged APPEARAllegedVictims APPERe
APPEARI I
Alleged AllegedVictims e 1 Victims Now Known i to toPolice toPoliooNnmber toPolice
Police PoliooNnmber dumber Thirteen ThirteenBrother Thirteennrcther ThirteenItrother
Brother of Attorney WHo Acted as asSecretory asSecretarr asl
l Secretory of the Potomac Building Buildingand Bulldln BulldlnandLonn Buildingand
and andLonn Loon Association and Capt CaptOwen CapLOw CaptOwen
Owen Ow Who Indorsed Davis Cotes CotesAlso XotecAlso Xotea XoteaAllo
Also Arrested ArrestedAccused Accused Attorney AttorneyTalks AttorneyTalks Utorne i iTalks
Talks Freely of His Arrest ArrestFor ArrestFor i iF
For F r the fhefust first time tlme5hKe since ids iacarcera iacarceraHoa fncarceraUon Incarceralion
lion and arrest Attorney AtameiJehJl Jabn ehn C c Davis Davisicossed DaWsced Ds Dsceased
ceased ced of fraudulent t operations lastBight last lastfcigat 2tbisht
Bight declared he had Invested several severalHundred severalundred severalhundred
Hundred undred thousand doitars for clients inZVashington in inWashington 1 1Wasb1
Washington WashingtonThis Wasb1 ZVashingtonThis 1gto11 1gto11ThIs
This statement coupled with the fact factthat factthat factthat
that a number of cozens have notified notifiedthe DOtlfiedlhe notifiedthe
the dIs district d wict lct attorney of losses placed placedthe pla placedthe ed edthe <
the amount of money involved mwlv d IB the thealleged tbelIeged thealleged
alleged shady financial 1 deals at nearly nearlyhundred nearlyhuncred
2 hundred times that originally named namedFollowing namedFoU9wlBg namedFollowing
Following close upon tee arrest of ofMartta orT ofSiariin
Martta Siariin T Davis a brother of the at attorney attorney attorney
torney and secretary of the Potomac PofcwaacBuilding P PDulkHng Potomaci
Building and Loea Association As for conBpIracy can canjpiracy ceIlJptracy
i
jpiracy to defraud came the arrest last lasteveaiag hctYealag lastevening
evening of f Capt Thomas A A Owen fa fagorier intiGrSer IaI
gorier I ef several of Davis notes Betas chargedt charged chargedVith chargedWIth
WIth the same offense He was released releasedCoincident releasedn
t
sn n na U4 belL btdLCoIndde belLColneldeot
Coincident t with the developments In InvolTiag inVolDg involving
volTiag the defendant comes the news newsfrom nem1om newsfrom
from North Carottoa that Davis had been beentried beentrI beentried
tried for similar operations In WUming WUmingfln
on N CL Co C about a lMlt fifteen years ago agoMystery agoUy agoJiystery
Mystery Uy terr as to His ReleaseSome Release ReleaseSome RelenseSome
Some dottbt doubt exists as to hew be es escaped esuped esraped ¬
raped from the State Insane asylum to towhich toWhich towhich
which he was coBunttted at his trial Intha Inthat In Intha
tha that city Connected with his escapades escapadesIn
In North Carolina are the names of a aDumber aumber apumber
Dumber umber of prominent citizens through thsoughTtfhose thlOUghWhose throughWhose
Whose influence it is stated he e was re released re re1eu released ¬
leased 1eu from fre n the Central Hospital at atRaleigh atItaletg atRaleigh
Raleigh ItaletgDevJs RaleighDavis i iDavis
Davis came te this tldselty elty in Jaaaary JaaaaryIS8S J81MIarYUtS JaperyINS
INS and s6act stec that tin tlsse had resided residedhere residedhe residedhere
here hereJudging he heJudgfDg hereJudglng
Judging from the activity being dis displayed dtsplaY displayed ¬
played plaY by the payee p4H Ce = several 5 seve al more ar arjests arlests arrests
jests will be made The list of victims victimswho vtcUm3bo vidlr s stvho
who bo have ve already placed their grievances grievancesIn
In the hands of District Attorney Baker BakerUndoubtedly Bakerundoubtedly Bakerundoubtedly
Undoubtedly win be increased by y te temor temorrow aiaor aiaorrow raor raorrow
row Investigation has disclosed that thaiscores thatscores thatscores
scores of prominent pcOD De t Washtogtoaians Was and andcitizens anddtiiens andcitkens
citizens from other cities advanced sums earnsof sumsD sumsof
of D money to Davis for lnvestmentIn investment in real realEstate realstate realEstate
Estate enterprises enterprisesThe eaterprieesThe
stateTIle The steady steec1 stream of callers at the thedistrict thQlstrict thedistrict
district attorneys s office and at police policeheadquarters polleeh
headquarters h yesterday led the authori authorises aut authorities orl orles ¬
t ties es m I believe that the aggregate sum suminvolved 8Wft1OI suminvolved
involved 1OI win total more than thanAdded 3MMt N0ii1Added 3MMtAdded
Added to this is the assertion that prob probably probably probably ¬
ably a score of additional persons leave havabeen havtbeeR leavebeen
been victimized victimizedThe vicUmize4lThe victimizedThe
The SM8 2098 t deficit claimed by Miss Nellie XelHe3cKeowa XelilecKeown NellieMcKeown
3cKeowa cKeown who Sled the original com eonplaint complaint compla1at ¬
plaint has suddenly sud jumped to 18caus6ng 2 OISA OISAcausing M Mcausing
causing th the district attorney to raise raiseDavis I2JseDe raiseDavis
Davis De ls bail to ue 3ftOM Si from 5MCOQ 5MCOQTwo JUOOTwo ib0 ib0Two
Two wellknown physteiaas were men mentioned mentioned ea eationed
tioned by the prisoner lost night t as members mem members members ¬
bers of his cttenteie e thus raising raIab g te tenumber tbenumber heDumber
number of victims vk to thirteen thirteenDavis thirteenDnTs thirteenDavie
Davis Davie Talks Freely FreelyWhen Freel FreelWhen FreelyWhen
When interviewed by a reporter reporter for forThe ferxhe forThe
The Washington Herald at the First Fr pre precinct pre preclnct precinct ¬
cinct station Davis De vis said be knew of no nosteps nosteps nosteps
steps being taken to obtain his release releasefrom reieasefrom releasefrom
from custody cti W ii Clasping a BIble and a ahymn a ahymn ahymn
hymn book which he said belonged to his hisjnotber hismother hismother
mother Davis talked in a rambling man manner mauDe manner ¬
ner De of oChis his operations in this cUy With Without Wfthout Without
out hesitation he recited events that led ledto ledto ledto
to his trial and imprisonment in Raleigh RaleighInterspersing Raleighinterspersing RaleighInterspersing
Interspersing his remarks with quota quotations quotations quotations ¬
tions from the Scriptures ScripturesHe ScripturesHe
He denied that the funds funds nds intrusted to tohim tohim tohim
him were lost Jost saying he needed a little Utthemore littlemore Uttlemore
more money to finish f his enterprises enterpriseswhich eRterptlsewhich enterpriseswhich
which are still in an unsettled condition conditionThat cond conditionThat t1on t1onThat
That the creditors were unduly wrathy wrathyat
1 at his actions was the firm conviction convictionexpressed convictionexpressed convictionexpressed
expressed by the prisoner prisonerLeaning pticoALe prlssooerLeaning
Leaning Le DInS against the bars of his cell cellDavis cellDavis cellDavis
Davis spoke with a rapidity that leads leadsthe 1eadsthe leadsthe
the police to believe he is feigning In Insanity insanity Insanity ¬
sanity His sentences were dtsconnectodand disconnected disconnectedand dtsc nnectfrL nnectfrLand
and be discussed his financial affairs as asif asit asif
if they were matters of divine import importGod impoctGod ImportGod
God is my keeper said he Fortbe Forthe For Forthe
the test six or eight months the four fourof fouror fourof
of us have traveled about Washington Washingtontogether Washingtontog WashingtontogcZber
together togetherWhen tog togcZberWhen her herWhen
When asked who the four were werePavis wereDavis wereDavis
Davis replied Wb Why God Christ the theHoly theRoly theHoly
Holy Spirit and myself I know they theyare theyare theyare
are with me now I did not know how howmuch bowmuch howmuch
much I needed their help until now nowIn nowt
t In the th thedark dark rk hours of the night theyare they theyare theyate
are a solace and a comfort to me Re Religion Religion Religlon ¬
ligion is my only hope I will come comeout comeut comeout
out < ut of this dimculty dIi culty all right I can canpay canpay canpay
pay these people now if they wouldonly wouldonly would wouldonly
only come here and give me a check checkbook checkboo checkbook ¬
bookAsked book bookAsked boo k
kAsked
Asked on what hat bank ho bewould would make makethe makethe makethe
the check payable ble the attorney re replied replied replied ¬
plied The Merchants and Mechanics Mechanicsor
or the Commercial Earlier in theday the theday theday
day he mentioned The bank of ofHeaven ofHes ofHeaven
Heaven Hes en as his security securityA securit securitA
A new phase of the situation was de developed de developed developed ¬
t veloped when he mentioned that his hisfinances hisfinaDCes hisfinances
finances were known only to his book bookkeeper bookkeeper bookkeeper ¬
keeper who had left his office about aboutthree aboutthree aboutthree
three w weeks eks ago agoWhen agoWhen agoWhen
When a search was made in his offices officesIn officesIn
In the Columbian Building yesterday morn momlas mornIng mornIn
las In to find the vast sums which Davis Davissaid DavIs58Jd Davissaid
said were locked In his safe S8 e nothing was wasfound aSfound wasfound
found that would substantiate snbsta Uate his claim claimIn claimIn claimIn
In the place e of the K06e tM supposed to torepose t trepose torepose
repose in the safe the police discovered discovereda
a number of deeds which are believed to tobe tobe tobe
be worthless worthlessIt
It was while ho was standing in th thmidst tlImidst the themidst
midst of his dismantled office that the at attorney attorney attorney ¬
torney first manifested signs of mental mentalflerangement menta1derangement mentalderangement
derangement Failing to find any docu documents documents documents ¬
ments that might tend to mitigate the thecharge theCbrKB thecharge
charge against the defendant the de detectives de detectl detectives ¬
tectives tectl e8 marched him back to headquar headquarters headquarters headquarLess ¬
ters where his picture and measure was wastaken wastaken wastaken
taken according to the Bertltton system systemfor systemfor systemfor
for the rogues rogues9gallery rogues9galleryTbe gallery galeryThe galleryThe
The trip to his palatial offices In the theColumbian theColumbian theColumbian
Columbian Building not only failed to aidDavis aid aidDavis aidDavis
Davis but disclosed a number of lettersthat letters lettersthat 1ettersthat
that ue are said to contain demands for an anaccounting anaccounting anaccounting
accounting accountingHe accountingHe accountingIle
He bad hardly bardI been placed in his cell cellat cellat cellat
at the station when his brother Martin MartinT
T Davis Da fs was locked up in the same pre prednct pre precinct pre precJnct ¬
cinct The latter Is secretary of the Po Potomac Potomac Potamac ¬
tomac Building and L Loan oan Company and andaccording andaccording andaccording
according to the theory advanced at the theCity theCity thecity
City H HaIl l John C C Davis turned over a acoition aDOrtlDn aDortinn
coition of the money obtained from in Ina ¬
a
vectors ve tors to his hisbrothor brother This was waS later later de de denIed denied j jned
nIed nIedWhen
nedWhen When the depositors depesitors would demand an anaccounting ana anaxeunting
accounting a 8untag for their funds fundsr it is said saidthey saidthey saidthey
they were shown or given pass books booksindicating boo9indcaUng booksIndicating
indicating that the money was In the thekeeping thekeeplJS thekeeping
keeping of the Potomac company companyIt
It was Intimated In the district attor attorneys attornts atterneys ¬
neys office that there still Is an unex uneaplaned unexplained unexplained ¬
plained series of financial operations be behind be behind behind ¬
hind these the e developments that remain to tobe t tbe tobe
be unraveled 1 veled The secretary of o the Pa Patomac Petomac Potomac
tomac company declines to discuss dIScU s his hisarrest Jgarrest hisarrest
arrest and andmalntains maintains his innocence of any anyfraudulent anyfrstXiwe1lt anyfraudulent
fraudulent deals His bttt baS bee beet axed fixedat axedatneaoo axedat
at atneaoo 860001 860001Charges 1600L 1600LCharges
atneaooChusea
Charges Against BrothersBefore Brothers BrothersBefore BrotheraBefore
Before getting a search warrant to toexamine toexamine toexamine
examine the office and effects of Martin 3fartlnDavis MartinDavis fartlnDa
Davis Da Is the district attorney obtained in information Information Information ¬
formation which led Mm to file mea a charge chargeof
of false pretenses preten against the attorney attorneyacd attomGmd attornaand
and to file a charge of commonlaw eoa eoaispiracy eoasplracy conspiracy
ispiracy splracy against his brother brotherAccording brotberAcoordin brotherAccording
According Acoordin to the police authorities authoritiesnothing authorlUesnothbg authoritiesnothing
nothing was found among the effects of ofthe ortile ofthe
the building association secretary that thatwfli tkatl thatwill
will l unravel the mystery mysteryPapers mysteQPapers mysteryPapers
Papers found there together toget r with withother withemlbltc withother
other exhibits win be presented a if > evidence evi evidence evidence ¬
dence wbenthe case is given to the grand grandjcry graDdjtrY grandjirry
jcry this week A number of empty emptyjewelry emPtYjtWeiry empDjewelry
jewelry boxes went found ra in the attor attorneys attorneys attarneys ¬
neys desk deskAmong deskAmong deskAmong
Among the letters found OR his person personwas penjORvas personwas
was one from Attorney George Ge ge P Will Williams WitlI WIDlams
I iams counsel for a Mrs Barber demand demanding demanding ncling ¬
ing an accounting Her deal is said to toinvolve toinvolve toInvolve
involve Sii 37iI 3768 a note she gave for or I IM1nb t thaving MB MBhaving
having been reported as lost lostE3ia lostElla lostElla I
Ella M u Austin informed the attorney attorneythat attorneythat l1le l1lethat I
that she was ill and tired of demanding demandingter demandingher
her er money A communication from Mrs MrsK MrsK MrsK
K K K K Saxton Saxt 116 11 Main street Albion AlbionN AlbIonK AlbionY
N Y contained the same request requestT requestT
T M Yo Austin of Parsons Parsons W Va in inMs Inbts inhis
Ms missive stated that be was writing wrldagagain writingagain writingagain
again 1n reference to hi Jrie money mooe Ava AvaJ AvaI AvaJ
J J TuM Tull3Ul Mil Fourteenth street MM Dun Duncan Dtuacan Duncan ¬
can represented by Attorney Walter WalterJohnson WalterJohnson WalterJohnson
Johnson Mrs Anna Allder 25 Bates Batesstreet BatesI Batesstreet
street northwest Dr Wade H H Atkia Atkiasoa AtklnSOR Atkinson
I
son 1412 M street northwest northw st Dr Robert RobertIx RobertL
Ix 1 Wilkins of Alexandria and William WilliamE WIlliamE
E E Sessions also of Alexandria are areamong areamong areamong
among those who are said to have been beenvictimized beenvtctlmlzed beenvictimized
victimized by Davis Davis5OOOO De Davisa5ooo vis
50000 5OOOO from Alexandria AlexandriaThe AlexandriaThe lexnndrlaT
The T e last two appeared before Capt CaptBoardroan CaptBoardman CaptBoardman
Boardman in police headquarters ners yes yesterday yesterdsy yesterday ¬
terday afternoon atternoon startled to hear of the thearrest thearrest
arrest of their investor If their reports reportsare reportsare reportsare
are true true Davis De vis was supplied pphied with about aboutj i
j 554000 9000 by citizens of Alexandria The T e men mendeclared mendeclsred mendeclared
declared that Davis owed them about aboutI aboutIn aboutb
I b 31691 31691In 009 009In
In addition to these disclosures several severalmembers reveralmembers severalmembers
members of the local bar privately con conferred conerred conorred ¬
ferred erred with District Attorney Baker about aboutthe aboutthe aboutthe
the matter in the interest of clients clientswhose cUeotswhose clientswhose
whose identity was kept secret secretNotes secretXotes secretNotes
Notes shown to the district attorney yes yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
terday bore the signature of P C C Win Winter W1Hfon WJUOn
fon On L C Miller or Thomas A A Owen OwenThese OwenTh OwenThese
These Th e indorsers assert they signed the thenotes tbenotes thenotes
notes merely to accommodate Davis and andwith aDdwith andwith
with the understanding he would take takethem takethem takethem
them up at maturityIn maturity maturityIn
In contrast con t to the reticence manifested manifestedby manifestedby manifestedby
by him when first examined by the t e ponce ponceAttorney police policeAttorney policeAttorney
Attorney Davis willingly told of bis past pastHfe pastBf pastlife
life Bf last evening evenin He said ho was born bornin bornin bornIn
in Beaufort N C c and was fortyfive fortyfiveyears forty1Yeyears fortyfiveyears
years old He said be was a 8 practicing practicinglawyer practlcJagawyer practicinglawyer
lawyer in Wilmington twenty years ago agoi agowhen I Iwhen
i when the panic caught him with a num number nam00r number ¬
ber of investments awaiting maturity maturityHe maturityHe maturityHe
He attributes attt1b tes his failure to te pay P8 off debts debtsI debtsto debtsto
I to the sudden depression depressionWas depra depraWas depressionWas
Was Active ctlTe In Church Circles CirclesHe CircleHe CirclesHe
He was especially active in church e arch and andSunday an4Sunday andSunday
Sunday school work of the Fifth Street StreetMethodist StreetMethodist StreetMethodist
Methodist Church in Wilmington and andas andas andas
as its treasurer In Invested Tested not only churchmoney church churchmoney churchmoD
money moD Y but but collected funds securities securitiesand securitiesand ecnrltlesaRd
and Insurance from members of the con congregation CORgregaton congregation ¬
gregation for investment Suddenly he hesays hesays hesays
says the money panic tangled his hisfinances hismaoces hisfinances
finances and be was unvote We to s me eet his hieobligations hJ6obllaUons hisobligations
obligations obligationsAlthough obllaUonsAlthough obligationsAlthough
Although he denied that he was ever evertried evertried evertried
tried for embezzlement of those funds it itis Itlit Itis
is known that that charge was placed placedagainst place4Iagainst piecedagainst
against him him and Dd in the subsequent subs trial trialgreat tI1algreat trialgreat
great public interest was manifested He Headmits Headmits Headmits
admits being sent to the State Insane InsaneAsylum InseDeA InsaneAsylum
Asylum A Ylum at Raleigh Once during his term termi termtbere termthere
i there he escaped es ped on the pretense that hewas he hewas Mwas
was going to visit the grave of his htemother his1DOtAer hismother
mother 1DOtAerAna motherAfter w wAfter +
After six years in the institution he hesays besays hesays
says he was discharged a cured man manI manI mawI
I I immediately imme i tely entered the cottongrow cottongrowing ceu ngowIng cottongrowlag ¬
ing business and endeavored ende vwe to pay back backaft backa1t backalt
aft my debts said he e y I am only sorry sorryI socr 3 3I
I did not give gl e more of that money to o thechurch the theI thecInJr1t
I church I built the finest fiB church in theState the thej i iState
I
j State StatePersons Statep StatePersons
amI amIvecsaat
Persons p s In Washington who are can cenversaot canversaat
versaot with his operations ia WHmtag WHmtagtoa Wikutagton lIAdDgj lIAdDgjton
ton assert that he he used doubtful methods methodsto
to obtain money for his enterprise enterpriseSays enter1liseSnTs enterpriseSays
Says He Paid Some Back BockIs BackIs BackIs
Is it true that you have failed to reimburse re reimburse reImbutse ¬
imburse your creditors ia North Caro Carolina CuoHna Carolina ¬
lina he e was asked askedAs askedAs askedAs
As far as I nave have been able ia the l Jast Jastfew bastfew st stfew
few years I nave made a number of pay payments payments payments ¬
ments to those who ho suffered through my myInvestmeijts my1nesun myinvestmen
Investmeijts 1nesun lS he answeredHis answered answeredHis answeredHis
His brother came to Washlagtoa oat aboetthe oatthe aboutthe
the same time ia1 ISIS ISISThe ISiSThe s sThe
The maudlin noises thai emanated from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the other cells in the station test night nightseemed DightEeemed nightseemed
seemed to annoy the prisoner greatly greatlyand grMtlyand greatlyand
and he appealed to his keeper to make makethe makethe makethe
the offenders remain quiet When W en re removed re remo removed ¬
moved mo ed to another cell so he could be benear benear benear
near the light he begged to be left where whereJie wherehe wherehe
Jie he was > as One moment be would request requestthe requestthe requestthe
the policeman in charge to place a chairIn chair clu ciuilrin r rIn
In his cell and the next B t be would pleAdfor pleadfor plead pleadfor
for a bed bedA bedA bedA
A picture of dejection Davis peered peeredthrough peeredthrough ed edthrough
through the iron door his hands clasped claspedabout cIII9peclabout claspedabout
about his head while he continued his hisharangue hisha3ngue hisharangue
harangue on religion He complained of ofa ofa ofa
a pain In his head headI
1 I am glad Mr Owens Is released He Heand Heand Heand
and my brother should never have been beendragged beendragged beendragged
dragged dragged into this trouble My clients are areall areall areall
all satisfied but I know some one has hasbeen h5n hasbeen
been n urging them to ruin my reputation reputationEverything reputatlonE reputationEv
Ev Everything E 6ything ythiag will turn out all right I Iknow IknN Ikncw
know every dollar I have invested is safe safeand safe safeand i iand
and God will remain at my side until I Iam Ii Iiam Iam
am free from this difficulty difiicuUyThat diftkultyThat difficultyThat
That Davis was shunned by these who whoknew whoknew I
knew 1 CW of his operations in Wilmington be became be became became ¬
came known late last night It is sad sadhe sadhe saidbe
he was ostracized at the Wesley Chapel ChapelMethodist ChapelMethodist ChantMethodist
Methodist Church when his identity was wasmade wasmade wasmade
made known kno I1 by one of the congregation congregationwho congregationwho lo lowho
who was associated as lated with him in Raleigh RaleighVictim RaJelghVIctim RaleighVictims
Victim in Alexandria AlexandriaDavis AlexandriaDavis AlexandriaDavis
Davis procured about Uit 4iOW in inAlexandria InA1exandrJa inAlexandria
Alexandria Vfu V1y Va It Is believed believedThe believedThe believedThe
The following is a partial list of ofthose ofthose
I Ithose
those who Invested with him Dr RLee R RLrfse R RLee
Lee Wlllkins 120 12089 120 f William E E SIs SIsEon Siseon SisEon
Eon 6766 670ti G W W Goods Manassas Manassas3ii
53966 53966The 3 3ii 3iiThe M MThe
The total amount invested by various variousmembers variousmembers variousmembers
members of Chief c lef Goods family will willreach wIllreach willreach
reach 516166 18f9i Chief Goods GoodssaJd said last lastnight lastnight lastnight
night he h had been connected with Da Davis Davis fluviz ¬
vis scheme for the last five years At Attimes Attimes t ttJmes
times he was paid Intereat and he heleft heeft beleft
left eft It with Davis Da ls which would make makeJis makezags j
iris Jis total investment H008 4009 4009Dr 4000Dr v vDr
Dr R R Lee Wilkins said his lIIs total t > t l investment In Inestment I Ivestment
vestment of 1208 12OW had been secured securedby securedby securedby
by notes with guaranteed interest at
6 j per > er cent centW centW centW
W E E SIsson mattager for the Mahoneysvilie Ma MahoneysviUe Mahoneysville
honeysviUe distillery who lives in inWest inVest inWest
Vest West End says be will lose 56160 67i8 He Hewas HeWaS Hewas
was also guaranteed 6 per cent Ceil to together together together ¬
gether with the profits Davis he hesavs hesavswas says sayswas sayswas
was recently slow In paying paying up the theInterest h hInterest theInterest
Interest
David Einstein Dead DeadNew DeadXew DeadNew
New York May ay 8 8Da David David fd L L Einstein Einsteinpresident Einsteinpresident Einsteinpresident
president of the Rarltan P rltan Woolen Mills Mfflsand Mmsand Millsand
and the Somerset Manufacturing Company Com Company Company ¬
pany died suddenly of heart disease d1s e to todayst todayat todayat
dayat the Hotel Hits RItz Hit Ia London
CIRGUSTENTS TRNT1 lmlD lmlDEiflgling ARE UP UPI UPRingling IIPII I
R1Ilb Eiflgling II Ilb Brothers Show Is Isin Isin
in Washington WashingtonHA2SCOTE W WashingtonMOTH ashingt n nJrf
HA2SCOTE Jrf A mrom MOTH PARADE TOMORROW TOMOBSOWBy
By Noon oon Today Everything Will Be Bein BeIn Bcin
in Readiness for the Exhibition at atFifteenth atFUt atFifteenth
Fifteenth FUt i th and H Streets Northeast XortlienstPerformers Xortlleasterformers NortheastPerformers
Performers In his Years Bill BillIVnmlier Dillnmber Billlumber
lumber 373 3iUFlftT 3T 5Fifty Fifty Good Clowns ClovrnaArising GloTn11AdsJug ClownsArising
Arising ate some phantom city out of ofthe orthe ofthe
the night several acres of canvas caf1 canvas will Wittbe will1MI willbe
be spread out and erected into tents by bythe bythe bythe
the time Washingtonians are awake this thismorning thisWWa thismorning
morningWith morning morningWith
With its roster of 1285 I2 SpersoItS persons and lIuaIkeds bun bundreds huaarede
arede of aaimals varying from the train trained traJDe trainsed ¬
ed dog to the elephant and and camel Ring RingItog Rtng4IkotJters Ringsling
ling Brothers circus was swept into intoWashington intoWasblagton intoWashington
Washington shortly after midnight in its itstrain itstraJa itstrain
train of eightyfive coaches The Th circus circusama drcusme circuscarne
carne ama me direct from Philadelphia a and un unleaded unat unleaded ¬
leaded at the New Jersey avenue yards yardsBy y2IdsI yardsBy
By a system working like a big clock clockthe clockI eleckthe
the menageries ware unloaded td and started start started startI ¬
ed en their way W8 toward the th show grounds groundsat
I at Fifteenth and H streets northeast northeastbefore northeastDefoee northeastbefore
before dawn dawnEverything dawuEverthln dawnEverything
Everything Is Re R dy dyBy dyBy dyBy
By noon everything g will be e In readinessfor readiness readinessfor readtnefor
for the exhibitions that begin tomorrow tomorrowwith tomorrow1t tomorrowwith
with 1t a parade and close Tuesday night nightThat nightTbat nightThat
That fascinating air of mystery the t e proverbial pro proverbial proI ¬
verbial small boy bo attaches to the circus circuswill drewwill circuswill
I
will drew hundreds of youngsters to the thtshow th thsbow theshow >
show grounds gr tlndS this morning and tlierr tlierrthey tllerrth tliercthey
they th will remain unmindful of or the dinner dinnerhour dbUteboar dinnerhour
hour until the great reat canvas can as tops are ilr aa aadutating undulUBg tindilating
dilating in the breeze and everything ev thlag te isready teready Iiready
ready for the big show showThe showThe showThe
The advance agents agen of the circus have havebeen havebeG havebeen
been In Washington the last few day dayaad days datlaIId daysand
and such minor arrangements as the thepink tlIeuplak thepink
uplak pink lemonade stands and other lad Incidentals lad laddeataJs laddentais ¬
dentals have attracted groups of chfl children chflfiren ebnGrell
firen Grell whose numbers will be augmented augmentedby 4 4by
by their older companions this afternoon afternooWhere afternGOlLwhere afternoonWhere
Where does the circus man com comfrom come comefrom comefrom
from How do they catch the menag menagerie m meoagerie g gerJe
erie animals Is Is the the down an oritt orittnary ordiDary ocdinary
nary being in the winter time and andwho Oh Ohwho 011 011wbo
who originated o pink lemonade are ex expressions expe expreseions ¬
pressions that will greet the hosts of ofamoeemeBt oflDoeeme ofamoeemeat
amoeemeBt t as they foregather on the old oldAmerican oIAme1can oldAmerican
American League Park site siteIa siteIII siteIn
Ia Ringing Bros winter quarters at atthe atthe atthe
the home of the show In Baraboo Wis Wtethe Wisthe Wisthe
the work of organizing oQanb n this years yoera circus circacbegan cin1I8began circusbegan
began early la lent t December er The T e show showhas showbas showhas
has been on the road but one month monthand mouUtand monthand
and Washington Wash will see the performers performersand peronnersaRCI performersand
and their latest novelties IB their youth youthAccording youtILAccorcJIDg youthAccording
According to advance reports the dr drone drcus drcas ¬
one which opens tomorrow is the great greatest greatest greatest ¬
est exhibition In the world The show showwill sbGwwill showa
will a iii remain in Washington tomorrow tomorrowand tomorrovaDd tomorrowand
and Tuesday Toe giving four performances performancesexactly performancesexactly erfonnancesexactly
exactly the same as those t e presented at atKadfeoa ata atMadison
Madison a toa Square Garden New e York Yorkwhere Yorkwbere Yorkwhere
where the circus opened this season The Theafternoon Theatternool1 Theafternoon
afternoon performances perf will begin at atoclock atoclock 2 2oclock
oclock and the night shows at t S 80clock 80clockThe oclock oclockThe oclockThe
The doors wUl W open op n an hour before the theperformance thepertorJD8Ce theperformance
performance to allow an inspection of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the menagerie erle There are 375 performers performerson
on this years bIlL Of these fully 250 are areforeigners arefo areforeigners
fo foreigners appearing In America for the thefirst tiletime thefirst
first time timeFeatur
timeFeatures
Features Featur of the Circus CircusAjBong Clrcullthe CircusAmong
Among the more m re prominent features atures are erataw arethe aredaa
the Arthur Saxon trio of strong mea meafrom meafrom menfrom
from from Germany the Schuman S human performing performinghorses perforn performinghorses ng nghOneS
horses from the tfIe thet Circus 1rcus Schuman at Berfa Ber Ber1m Berh
1m the double somersaulting automobile automobileflight automobilefttcbt automobileflf
flf flight ht the telephoning elephants Alexan Alexander AleXAnder Alexander ¬
der Patty who walks oa his head a aMexican aXexIeaa aMexican
Mexican wire dancer the Lerch family familyof famllTIf
of acrobats aaoba and the fifty best downs in inthe mthe Inthe
the world worldBy worldBy worldBy
By special arrangement those who whowish w1MwIfIh Rhowish
wish to avoid voId the rash at the show cowgroans showgrounds Mowmay
grounds may purchase reserved rese ed seats aDd aadadmission aDdadmIsaIon andatidmiseion
admission tickets at the downtown dODto n branch branchoffice bnaco branekonce
office o lce at the same prices charged at the theremoter theticket theregUler
remoter ticket wagons wagonsFoflowiag wagODSFoIIowtDgls wagonsFollowing
Following FoIIowtDgls te the route of the parade to tomorrow to tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow morning Leave the thegrOUD show showgrounds showgrads
grounds S at Fourteenth and H streets sue at atodoek itoclock 5 5oclock
oclock thence along Maryland oveaue io ioFirst ioFIrst toFast
First street northeast to B street to toNew toNew toNew
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north 3de ide of K street str et to Twentysecond Twentysecondstreet TwentysecoHstreet Twentysecondstreet
street northwest to Pennsylvania Pennsyl ada ave avenue a aa1le avenue ¬
nue a1le to Fifteenth street northwest to toPennsylvania toPenn toPemsyhanla
Pennsylvania twanJa avenue to First street streetnorthwest streetDOrthW8t streetnorthwest
northwest to B street to Maryland ave avenue aveDue avenue ¬
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PRESS CLUB ENTSETAIKS ENTSETAIKSJit ENTEETAINSVaudeville I
Jit JitVaudeville
Vaudeville Sketches Features of ofXijjlits ofihhts ofeights
eights Pro ProgrammeThe Programme ProgrammeThe mme i iThe
The Joy feast eest of the National Press PressClub PressClub
Club the real christening of its new newquarters n newquarters w wquarters 1
quarters was held last night and at atan atan atan
an early arly hour this morning any anyone one pass passing passIng passlug ¬
ing In the neighborhood of Fifteenth and andF andF andF
F streets stre ts became conscious of the fact factthat factthat factthat
that the festivities fes vltles were still in progress progressNewspaper progressNewspaper progressNewspaper
Newspaper men en United States Senators Senatorsand SenatorsaDcl Senatorsand
and Representatives known as 5 the Con Congressional Congressloaal ¬
gressional iooa members of the club mid a afew afew afew
few Invited guests furnished the audience audi audience audieac ¬
ence eac for a vaudeville entertainment In Inwhich Inwhlcli
which whlcli the Patchin brothers ia Madge Madgethe Madgethe
the Lighthouse L t1Muee Keepers Daughter car carried carrled carred ¬
red off first honors as amateur enter entertainers enterta1 enterminers ¬
miners ta1 ers with Tommy Brahany of the theNew theNew theNew
New York Tribune in his Dooley stories storiesawjLW storiesaH storiesand
awjLW aH W G Ross of the Revenuecutter RevenuecutterService RevenuecutterSe RevenuecutterServce
Service Se e as dose seconds secondsDOCTORS secondsDOCTORS secondsDOCTORS
DOCTORS BILL FOR X41000 X41000Dr 41000 41000Dr 41000Dr
Dr Havener KaTcne Renders Account to toHerrell toHerrell < o oH
H Herrell rrcll Estate EstateA
A bill for medical services s kes amounting amountingte
te SOJM ha has been rendered by Dr Joseph JosephJ
J J Havener a Washin Washington Wa oR physician slclan to tothe totJae tothe
the estate of the hue J E a HerrelL HerrelLMr HerreIr Herrelifir
Mr Herreil was president pe ldeRt of the Na National Xatkmal National ¬
tional Capital Bank and of the Peoples PeoplesFire PeopesFire PeoplesFire
Fire Insurance Company and was direc director c director rec rector ¬
tor In several financial institutions I UtutIoRS His Hisestate IDs1e Hisestae
estate 1e is valued VIii at from 100100 SOQ X > to 998000 998000aad 909000and 000 000aadtbe
and aadtbe the American Security and Trust TrustCompany TrustC TrustCompany
Company C wu wa named in the will as exec executor executor executor ¬
utor No l special speeIIIIpr revtetoa vlsIoR In the will willTORS wUwas willwas
was made for paying Dr Kaveney and andthe andthe andthe
the payment p 9t the DIll In f full fcU may be berosteted bere bereeelefad
reeelefadYes ted rostetedYes tedYes
Yes the DIll does appear to be a arather arather arather
rather long one OD H said Dr Kaveaey Kaeneywhen Kaeneywhenlatervlewecl when whenInterviewed whenInterviewed
Interviewed However wever it is not at all alluareasoiutbfe a11UAre9OQbJe allunreasonable
unreasonable te view of theservices tb thea ervices ren rendered rendered condared ¬
dered For mare than three years I Itreated Itreated Itreated
treated Mr Herreil en sn n average av e of ofthree oft o1three
three t ee or f fear er times a day da and it wassometimes was wssometimes wassometimes
sometimes accessary for me to neglect neglectiray neglectmy neglectnay
iray my other prattfceBTJSNED praetieeBURNED prattfce prutlooJ
BURNED BtfllNEDBY BY HOT METAL METAL3IanrIcc METALJl
J
Maurice Jl urlee Joyce Jo ey Sr the Victim of an anexplosion an anExplosion anExplosion
explosion explosionModce ExplosionIaudce ExplosionMaurice
Maurice Joyce w of Sir M street streetnorthwest street1MrUawe streetnorthwest
northwest t proprietor prolJ eter of c the Maurice MauriceJoyce MauriceJ MauriceJoyce
Joyce J Engraving company in the Star StarBufMtng StarBuftdtDg StarBuilding
Building was severely burned late J ikte te yes yesterday yesterdai yesterday ¬
terday afternoon on the face and hands handswhen andswIleR bandswhew
when a metal Bt l pot exploded explodedMolten esepiodedMolten plode4 plode4M
Molten M tten metal was thrown over o r MtJoyce Mr MrJoyce IrJoyce
Joyce and his face was badly disfigue disfig disfigured dls g gued ¬
ured ue Dr Brumbaugh was called and andsave andpve andgave
save Mr Joyce treatment after which wMchhe whichhe whichhe
he wa was removed to his home Late test testnight titJllgkt lastnight
night he was resting easily On account accountef aceotmtr accountof
ef Mr Joyces Jo es advanced ed age his rda rdatires r rellfear fa fathres
tires fear the burns will prove seri serious serlOGL series ¬
ous However It to believed he J1 will re recover re reC01 reo0f ¬
C01 cover 4r
C01FIXES 4rFIXFS
FIXES BATHROOM WIDTH WIDTH WIDTHInspector WIDTEInspector WIDTHInspector
Inspector of Plumbing Rejected RejectedPlana RejectedPlnD3 RejectedPlanar
Planar with One Too Small SmallWhat Smnl1Wllat SmallWhat
What Is the allowable width of a bath bathroom Nthroom bathroom ¬
room in the District of C Columbia ColumbiaThe ColumbiaTbe ColumbiaThe
The question is asked by Marsh MarshPeter a d dPeter II IIPeter
Peter architects who have written to tothe toto tothe
the engineer department asking if any anyregulations anyteg1IaUeB6 anyregulations
regulations have been promulgated IrOIft1l ed on the thesubject theSubject thesubject
subject Subject It appears that t Inspector of ofPtarabin otPlumblag ofPlums
Ptarabin Plums Davis Da informed representa representatives repr representatives nu nuthes ¬
tives of the flra some days ago that thatplans thatpIaJas thatplans
plans for a new building would not notappcoyed ha haapproved b2approved
approved because a bathroom 1I was indi indicated ind1eated indlcated ¬
cated less than four feet six inches in inwidth inwtdtIL inwidth
width widthIn I IIn IIn
In reply r pq the roapeetor r of plumbing says saysThe BaSrile saysThe
rile The rtgbt to pass on such questions questionswhfie que6tloawhSle questionswhile
while not directly expressed in the reg regulation reguJatioDs regulations ¬
ulation to implied because pleas and aadspee aQdmust andspeetheatlons
spee speetheatlons eadons must be led and ap approved ap apprOVed approved ¬
proved tad In form ad matter must be besatisfactory bMttstaeury besatisfactory
satisfactory to the CommlsGioDers CommlsGioDers2TEGKO CommIsstoDersNEGRO CommtesionersNEGRO
NEGRO FIGHTS POLICEMENDesperate POLICEMEN POLICEMENDesperate POLICE1rIENDespernte
Desperate Struggle 5tru le Before Villiara WilliamWade VilliaraWade VllliamWade
Wade Is Conquered ConqueredTrovbie ConqueredOCCWTed ConqueredTrouble
Trouble occurred at 21 Feeton place last lastnight lastBIght lastnight
night when William Wade a negro re retnraed retmaed yeturned
turned to Ms home from Pittsbtirg PittsbtirgThe PlttliburgTile PlttstburgThe
The police wanted Wade Wa e on several severalcharges sev sevcbarges sevotalcharges
charges of assault robbery and destroy destroying destroyleg destroylag ¬
leg property rty Policemen Emanuel and andSobey andRoky andRohy
Sobey of the Second precinct attempted attemptedto
to arrest the negro > who had boasted bo his hiscontempt htsecmtempt hiscontempt
contempt for Washington Vas agt n policemen policemenTotfra poIlcemenYoure policemenYoure
Youre under arrest said Emanuel EmaneeLgrsepteg Emanttelthe Emanuelgrasping
grasping the negro by the t e arm Wade Wacewho Wa Wadewho e ewho
who is more than six feet tH threw his hielegs h hlegs hislegs
legs te every direction struck out with withhis withJds withhis
his fists 6tS and wed his head as a batter battering batterms batterfag ¬
fag ram raniIn ramIn ramIn
In some way Robeys thumb got be between betweea between ¬
tween the negros teeth and Wade closed closedhfe clo closedhis ed edbSsnouth
his bSsnouth month Robey ey yelled in pain and the thefight theftgk thetight
fight continued Emanuela hat was wastrampled wastraDIPied wastrampled
trampled and Robeys uniform was torn tornEmannel tornEmaauel tornEmanuel
Emanuel was struck several times in the theeyes theWbeR thebiros
eyes eyesWhen
When it seemed as if the negro would wouldsubdue woWdsubdue wouldsubdue
subdue the policemen and the spectators spectatorswere spectatorswere spectatorswere
were cMleriag c1 eering Emasuel caught Wade by byone byODe byone
one fo f foot and threw the negro on his hisback hisback hisback
back Robey fell oa the negro and pin pintoned pinIoned piny pinytoned
toned him to the ground while Emanuel Emanuelhandcuffed Emanuelbandcufted Emanuelhandcutfed
handcuffed the prisoner prisonerWad prisoDerWade prisonerWade
Wad Wade was removed to the station In a apatrol apetrol apatrol
patrol wagon He will probably be becharged bec becharged
charged c ed with assault in addition to other othercharges othercharges othercharges
charges Policeman Robey walked to tothe totheHomeopathic the theHomeopathic theHomeopathic
Homeopathic Hospital where the wound woundin woundIn ound oundin
in his band was cauterized cauterizedv cuterlzedHACKETT cauterizedEACXETT
v HACSETT A BANKRUPT BANKBUPTActor BANKRUPTctor BANKRUPTActor
Actor ctor Says He Ones 1264CT 1284 4 and andHas andHas andHas
Has Only 303 vif3New 303New f3 f3OeT
New York May S sJames James K K Hackett Hackettthrough Hacketttblougb Hackettthrough
through his attorney atWnie today filed a vol voluntary voluntary ol oluntlrY ¬
untary petition in bankruptcy Hackett Hackettsays HackettStl Hackettsays
says Stl s that he owes 126457 and that hehas he hehas hebas
has only S 2D8 with which owhlch to pay pa these thesedebts thesedobt thesedebts
debts He says that his heaviest creditor creditoris
is Mary Mannering Hackett and that she sheclaims sheclt sheclaims
claims clt ms she has loaned him GOCOO 69000 but he hedoesnt hedo hedoesnt
doesnt do t think it itis is as much as that thatHackett thatHackett thatHackett
Hackett a few ew years ago cherished cherlsh d the theambition theambItion theambition
ambition ambItion to be a real theatrical man manager ma1agar maaagor ¬
agar He got control of the old Lew LewFields LewFIeJcls LewFields
Fields Theater TMat r which was built by Oscar OscarHammerstein OscarHan OscarHammerstein
Hammerstein Han merstelR and renamed it it the Hackett HackettTheater HackettTbd6t HackettTheater
Theater Tbd6t l The venture was for a time en entirely entirely entirely ¬
tirely successful successfulDan successfuLDan successfulDan
Dan Hanna of Cleveland Ohio son of ofthe orUle ofthe
the late Senator S natDr Hanna is set dawn as a aJMCOO a30i
JMCOO 1 J creditor for money loaned loanedTheres loanedTheres loanedTheres
Theres Health HealthVigor and andVigor andVigor
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KA1TAGEES rAGERS DT SESSION SESSIONEpiscopal SESSIONEpiscopal I
Episcopal Hospital Board Plans for forLawn forLawn forLawn
Lawn Fete FeteThe FeteThe FeteThe
The board of lady managers ger of the theSptecopa thepbopI theplecopaA
Sptecopa Eye Ear and Throat Hos Bespital Hospital H 5 5pItaI ¬
pital held its regular meeting on Friday Fridaythe FrIdaythe Fridaythe
the president Mrs Charles E E Beck Buck pre presiding p psldlag presiding ¬
siding The tents s report reportshowed report5howe4 reportshowed
showed April to have MeA the busiest busiestmonth bustestmonth bU8Iestmouth
month the institution has ever had had the theIncreased thener theincreased
Increased ner number of patients making xaaklagtwentythree mElklngtwentythree makingtwentythree
twentythree extra nwsee anraeaes necessary nece In Incttcsitaily Incide
cide cttcsitaily ably the unusual increase in ear earcases earcases
cases due to exposure ef March 3lIan 4 was a asilent asilent asilent
silent advocate a YOeate fer a change of date for forMrs forthe forthe
the InaugurationMrs Inauguration laaugmaUoca1lrs
Mrs Clifford t 1I ord S Walton AI chateiaa of the thecommittee mecommittee thecommittee
committee ia charge of the benefit perfoemaace per performance perfonDlUlCe ¬
formance of Msm Mz Barneys play plate for the thehospital theRospItai thehospital
hospital debt fund reported neari a6 aear f r M as sthe asthe ssthe
the proceeds oeeeds of the entertainment An Announcement RROW1Cement Announcement ¬
nouncement Was made that May Q 36 and ami
27 7 bad ben selected ted for the annual 1 town townfete 1awnfete lawnfete
fete by the board for nu summer maer main maintenance mteDBJICe maintenance ¬
tenance Col George Trnesden having viaS viaSfared offered of offered ¬
fered for the purpose the use ef the thegrounds thegrOUDds the thegrounds
grounds surrounding serroundm JIll home at the thecorner hecorner e ecorner
corner of Nineteenth th street and Colum Columbia Columbia Colombia ¬
bia road roadThe rOtMlTAe roadThe
The following chairmen are IB charge chargeGrounds C chargeGrounds aIte aIteGrounds
Grounds Mrs Lester A A Barr electric electriclisnttn electricl electriclighting
lighting l bUn and decorations Mrs William M MDove X XDo 31Dove
Dove Do St Michael Del All Angels Angelsfancy ADgeisfancy Angelsfancy
fancy work Mesdames Mary E E Smoot ScnootSL SmootSt SmootSt
St Johns and J H H W Blake Christ ChristChurch ChristChurch ChristChurch
Church Georgetown Ge rSMown lemonade and fruit fruitpunch fruitPoach fruitpunch
< punch Mrs rs Edward Roome Rooae St St Ste Stephens Ste Stephen Stepieas ¬
phens phen pieas coffee Mrs R R P Williams Trin Trinity TrinIty TrinIty ¬
ity supper Mrs A D Van der Veer St StAndrews StAndrews StAndrews
Andrews The be Hay Stack Mrs J Jud Judson Judson d dson
son C Clements St St Margarets Mvg es printing printingMrs p printingMrs tmg tmgMrs
Mrs Rudolph D Hopkins St Stephensand Stephens StephenSoand Stephensand
and Mrs George H H McGrew Silver StiverSpring SilverSpring SilverSpring
Spring Md MdSCHOOL MdSCHOOL MdSCfi0i0L
SCfi0i0L SCHOOL REPAIRS PLOTTED PUNNEDExtension PLOTTEDExtension LANNEDExtemdon
Extension Work Vork ork Will 111 Be Done on onEighteen onEflhteen onEighteen
Eighteen Buildings XtaildingsExtensive DundlnsExtens BuildingsExtensive
Extensive Extens e summer work k in school re repairs re repairs repairs ¬
pairs and alterations altera Is being prepared preparedfor preparedfor preparedfor
for under direction of A R R McGoeegaX McGoeegaXdeputy tkGoRegadeput McGonegaldeputy
deputy inspector of plumbing More than than5S3Wi thanwUI
5S3Wi 63199 will be spent in the work workThere workThere workThere
There will be no delay in starting the thework thework thework
work as soon as the classrooms are areempty areemptY areempty
empty as the piat pI plats s are now ready They Theycall Theycall Theycall
call for work in eighteen schools and inmore in inmore inmore
more than half of them the old plumbing plumbingis plum lng lngIs
is to be removed entirely and m Sew D w sani sanitary sanltary sanitary ¬
tary plumbing fixtures installed installedThese tDstalJedThese installedThese
These schools are the Wallach D street streetsoutheast streetsoutheut streetsoutheast
southeast between Seventh and Eighth Eighthstreets EIghthstreets Eighthstreets
streets Buchanan E street southeast southeastn s utheastnear southeastnear
n near ar Thirteenth street Payne Fifteenth Fifteenthand Fifteenthand Fifteenthand
and C streets southeast Greenleaf Four Fourandahalf Fourandabalt Fourandahalf
andahalf street southwest between M IIand Mand
and N streets Douglass D Uglass First and Pierce Piercestreets Piercestreets Piercestreets
streets northwest Hayes Fifth and K Kstreets Kstreets Kstreets
streets northeast Toner Twentyfourth Twentyfourthand entyouth entyouthand
and F streets northwest Hilton Sixth Sixthstreet Sixthstreet Sixthstreet
street northeast between B aad C streets streetsand streetsand streetsand
and Bruce Marshall street street near Bright Brightwood BrIghti
i wood avenue avenueThere a avenueThere enue enueI
There will be extensive work in the theJones theJones theJones
I Jones school First and 1 streets tree north northwest northwezt northwest ¬
west the Phelps Vermont avenue eRlIe be between e etween beI ¬
I tween T and U streets stre aad the Jackson JacksonU Ja kson ksonI
I U street between Thirtieth and Thirty Thirtyfirst ThlrtyI Thirtyfirst
first streets streetsFour streetsFour streetsFour
I Four shower baths will be installed 1 tailed in inthe Inthe Inthe
the Eastern High School for tae e use of ofgirls ofgirls
girls Plans for improvements Improve teats also in include indude Indude ¬
I dude the placing of a new ewsystem system rf rfbaths rI
baths in the atypical schools schoolsCentral schoolsCentral 1s 1sI 1sCentr
I
Central l Wins Debate DebateCentral DebateCentral DebateCentral
Central High students students are jubilant After Aftersue AfterSIX Aftersix
SIX years of fighting the s school Is 13undIsputed I A Aundisputed Aundisputed
undisputed Interscholastic debating cham champion champion chainpica ¬
pion of the city The question ques OR of su supremacy supremacy anpremacy ¬
premacy was settled last night in tfife tfifeassembly th thassembly thbassembly
assembly tail of the McKinley Manual ManealTraining ManualTraining ManualTraining
Training School when whe the debating deDtln teams teamsof teamgof teamsof
of Eastern and Central Ce l High discussedResolved discussed discussedResolved discVSlfeduResol
uResol Resolved ed That a system of Initiative Initiativeand L initiativeand ltiativeand
and referendum should be established In Inthe inI
i I the States of the Union n Central up upheld up upheld upheld ¬
held the negative negat1 e
4
I PENNSYLVA PENNSYLVAIn PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD RAILROADIn
In connection with the Western estem Maryland Railroad RailroadMemorial RailroadMemorial RailroadMemorial
Memorial Day Excursion ExcursionAND
I 200 200TO
TO TOiGETTYSBURG r rGETTYSBURG
GETTYSBURG OR PEN MAR MARAND
AND RETURN RETURNMonday RETURNMonday RETURNMondays
Monday May MaySPECIAL 31 1S09a 1S09aSPECIAL 19O9SPECIAL
SPECIAL TRAIN TRAINLeaves TRAINLeaves TRAINLeaves
Leaves WASHINGTON Union Station 3c 80 805 A 9M 9Ms lL JSL JSLRETURNING jLRETlJRNhG
RETURNING RETURNINGLeaves RETlJRNhGLeaves RETURNINGLeaves s
Leaves PEN MAR 600 P M ViiLeaves MLeaves f fLeaves
Leaves GETTYSBURG J A 610 so P P1 P1TICKETS M MTICKETS I ITICKETS
TICKETS WILL TILL BE GOOD ONLY O LY ON SPECIAL TRAIN IN INEACH Ii IiECH IXEACH
EACH DIRECTION DIRECTIONChildren DIRECTIONChildren DIRECTIONChildren
Children between 5 5andI2 and 12 years of age half fareDEDICATION fare fareDEDICATION fareDEDICATIO
DEDICATION REGULAR ARMY aiOJCHSIEXT O Irr GETTYSBURG GETTYSBURGJ
J R 11 WOOD WOODPassenger OOD GEO TV 1 BOYD BOYDGenercl B01nr15teDb BOTBPassenger
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HAY EXTEND STRIKE STEIKELabor STRIKELabor STRtKELabor
Labor leaders to Decide on Flans at atConference atConferenee atConference
Conference Today TodayBuffalo TodarBurra1o TodayBuffalo
Buffalo May 8 8 Alt n the lake labor lead leaders leaders leaders ¬
ers will be ° o in Buffalo tomorrow for a aconference aconCence aconference
conference on the present labor situation situationwhich situationw situationwhich
which w ch may result in extending Dg the strike striketo striketo striketo
to the men on the docks docksSamuel docksSamuel docksSamuel
Samuel Gompers president of o the theAmerican theAmerican theAmerican
American Federation of Labor was In Intae Intlie Inthe
tae city for several hours tonight and andconferred andconferred andconferred
conferred with the union officials in including Incltdli1g ineluding ¬
eluding President OConnor of the Longshoremen long longshoremen Longshoremen ¬
shoremen and Secretary Olander of the thestriking thestriking thestriking
striking Seamens Union UnionAsked Unionosked UnionAsked
Asked if the longshoremen were to tojoin tojoin tojoin
join the strike President OConnor said saidThere saidTbere saidThere
There is no intention Int ntlon at present of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the longshoremen taking Ukln any such ac notion action ac action ¬
tion We have not yet considered a sym sympathetic sympathetic sympathetic ¬
pathetic strike strikeDECLARES strlkeDECLAImS strikeDECLARES
DECLARES DIVORCE VOID VOIDSan VOIDSan VOIDSan
San Francisco May 8 8Judge Judge Graham Grahamtoday Grlhamtoday Grahamtoday
today declared void the divorce granted grantedto
to Mrs James C C DlSnphy wife of thewealthy the thewealthy t1tewealthy
wealthy cattleman with 61000 60000 alimony alimonyDuaphy alimonyDunphy alimonyDunphy
Dunphy appealed on the ground that his hiswife hiswife
wife was not divorced d orced from Judge Silver Silverstone Sl1nrstone Sliveratone
stone of Oregon when she married him himThe himThe himThe
The court finds that she obtained the di divorce diorce divorce ¬
vorce orce fraudulently when she had resided residedonly residedonh residedonly
only three months in Oregon Hence Hencehe HenChe Hencehe
he annuls the divorce and denies ali alimony aUmony alimony ¬
mony monyFuneral
Funeral of Mrs Kanfman KanfmanFuneral I Luf IaufmanFuneral n nFuneral
Funeral arrangements for to Mrs lrs Fannie FannieKaufman FannIeKau FannieKaufman
Kaufman Kau Dan have e been partially partial completed completedServices completeSenices completedServices
Services will be held this afternoon at atthe atthe atthe
the famifc fanrl residence 719 i1 19 D street Etreetsouth Etreetsoutheast south southeast southeast ¬
east east at 2 oclock ocl oclockRev k Rev Louis Stern and andRev andRe andRev
Rev Re Abram Simon of th thg Washington WashingtonHebrew WaEhingtonHebrew WashingtonHebrew
Hebrew Congregation of which Mrs MrsKaufman MrsKaufman MrsKaufman
Kaufman was a member will officiate officiateDespite officiateDespite officiateDespite
Despite her advanced age Mrs Kauf Kaufman Kaufman Kaufman ¬
man had always been n an active acU e re religious reIlgious T TlIgious ¬
ligious worker orker among the members ar armany 8rmany r rcanny <
many of them are expected ected to attenuthe attenit attenitthe i ithe
the funeral funeralAlways funeralAlways funeralAlways
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Convention Is Discussed DiecnsaedThe DiscussedThe DiscussedThe
The annual convention of the Carriage CarriageBuilders CarriageBuilders Ca ria6o ria6od
Builders d National Nat1ot tional l Association which whichwill whichwill whichwill
will be add In Washington next fall f was wasthe wasth wasthe
the th subject under und f discussion at the last lastmeeting lastmeet1 lastmeeting
meeting meet1 meeting g of tHe Washington branch of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Carriage and Wagon Builders Association As Association As Ass ¬
sociation s latkm Several Sev al outoftown members membersof
of o the tb association were present and aa aaentertaining 8J1entertaining anentertaining
entertaining programme followed by retreshments re refreshmeats re retreshments
treshments wgs We3BVeI1 R es glen for their benefit be1et

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