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THE WASHINGTON HERALD SATURDAY SATURDAY NOVEMBER 20 1909
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A Clothing Sale That a Will i Stir it the theEnthusiasm theEnthusiasm e eEnthusiasm
Enthusiasm of Washington Men MenSuits MenSuits en enSuits
Suits and Overcoats OvercoatsAt
At Lowest Prices on Record RecordIn
In I the two lots of Mens Suits and Overcoats described d below we have havegathered havegathered havegathered
gathered the strongest values offered this year year A strong statement in the light lightof lightof lightof
of the many big clothing sales weve held previously previouslybut but the values fully fullybear fullybear fullybear
bear us out outThese outThese outThose
These remarkableunderprice offerings in Mens Brandnew J High Highclass HighclassSuits HighclassSuits class classSuits
Suits and Overcoats represent purchases of the surplus lines and balance ofstock of ofstock ofstock
stock of two Pro prominent > flinent clothing makers at extremely low prices pricesThese pricesThese pricesThese
These Suits and Overcoats are the handiwork of the most skilled tailors tailorsand tailorsand tailorsand
and are all fashioned with the grace ace and perfection of fit and finish peculiar peculiarto
to customtailored custom tailored garments garmentsBuying garmentsBuying garmentsBuying
Buying clothing of irreproachableq quality ality at savings of a third to a ahalf ahalfright half halfright halfright
right at the beginning begg begginning inning of ofcold cold weather should interest every thrifty man in inWashington inWashington inWashington
Washington
CustomTailored SuitsC1t15 Suits 9 9m
m 1 C A Values Worth 12250 52250gJ 22 22an
C1t15 50
gJ A JW ° 2500 and an 82750 82750Materials 2750 2750IIatcriais 275OMaterials
Materials of the finest imported and domestic worsteds in col colorings colorings colorings ¬
orings that embrace the smartest effects shown in the most expen expensive c GxPengive pen pensive ¬
sive tailormade clothes Black grounds with olive stone green greenbrown greenbrown greenbrown
brown and other rich colorings coloringsAll coloringsAll coloringsAll
All this seasons most approved models modclsevcry every suit correct instyle in instyle instyle
style and fresh from from the tailors hands handsSizes handsSizes handsSizes
Sizes 33 to 46 including stouts stoutsSuits stoutsSuits stoutsSuits I
Suits and Overcoats Overcoatst
1 t 10 A 7E 75 Values Worth S S15oo 1500
iP JLV tf g16 81650 1650 > 50 > and andMens gl8 1800 18001errs 00 00Mens
Mens Stylish Suits of pure worsteds in In all the most desirable desirabledesigns desirabledesigns desirabledesigns
designs and colorings including browns grays blues dark greens greensand greensand greensand
and fancy mixtures Every suit tailored with unusual thoroughness thoroughnessand
and attention to details Sizes 34 to 42 regular regularMens regularIcnts regularMens
Mens Icnts Overcoats of strictly allwool black kerseys kersevs and Irish
friezes also fancy gray weaves greenish effects Oxford grays and andnovelty andnovelty andnovelty
novelty fabrics Regular cut models and auto coats the latter after with
high turnup collars Sizes up to 44
Sale price 1075 Io75values values worth I 1500 a oo SI6Ja 1650 and Sl8oo 1800 1800n
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ROAD BUILDERS WILL MEET MEETWest I1EETWest
West Virginia V ginia Engineers Will DIS DISMISS DismISS Disollss ¬
MISS Construction Plans PlansCommissioner PlanscOlllnllslloner PlansComntissloncr
Commissioner of HiprhTrnTi III h1Tay + t Light Lightfor LtJhtCnlls LttrhtCalls
Calls Cililierlnr ot Parkersburg Pnrkersburgtor
for Aext Month MonthChwtoMton Month6p Ionths
s 6p dui to T41Shrh1Dgtert lIw n nCbarlelton Ierai4 Ierai4Charleston
Charleston W Va Nov No o 19 19For For the thepurpooe thelullpOM thepurpose
purpose of dieeueciog good roads and im imparting Smpar imparting ¬
par parting OC intelligent inUIIU ent information regardingthe regarding regardingthe reprdingthe
the construction of batter highways a aconvention aCOllftDUon aconvention
convention of aounty Cll unt enginaers of West WestVirginia WestVirginia W85tVtrpnl
Virginia will be held at t Parkorsburr Parkorabul < < on onTiModay onTue onTuesday
Tuesday Tue ay and Wednesday We ne y December 14 14and 11a 14and
and a nel 15 accordlnir to a letter issued l ued by byCharlec byCharM byChutes
CharM P Light oommiseionor of public publicroa pubUoro publloroads
roa ro roads for West Virginia Mr Light has hasalao hasalso
also 180 arranged to have prominent good goodrot goodrOlWlll goodroads
rot rOlWlll d < expert at tho meeting for forppeeebe lorflpeedNL forspeeches
ppeeebe flpeedNLIa
Ia dlsouaing the convention and its itsobject itaobjeeta itsobjects
object CommlMtoBer ConuIaI8 R < < Light t says saysThte saysThis saThIII
Thte will be a valuable Y1l1u ble and instruc instructive instruolIve dnetruolive ¬
lIve meeting and I ask you to come comeprepared comePrepuecl comeprepared
prepared to take part in its discussions discussionsI
I expect to have btt va prevent pr8HD t all the county countyengineers countyeoctDeen countyengineers
engineers and a II majority of the mom memben mombftB momher
ben her of the several county courts my myrhlef myrhtr myChief
Chief object In holding this meeting bo boing bo boInlr beIng
ing that we may get to know each other
better tter and feel that we are interested InterestedA
A a great work workV worksay
V a say great work because booau e West Vir Virginia VlrgiD1 Virginla ¬
ginia giD1 has no greater great work or need than thangood thangood thangood
good roads Intelligent information and andcommon andoommon andoommon
oommon sense are the chief needs neec for the thesolution the1I01utJon thesolution
solution of the road problem Jro lom mixedwith mixed mixedwith mixedWIth
with proper quantities of ca cash uh h We have havethe MVSthe havethe
the cash and tho common sense 6DlO and now nowlet nowlet nowlet
let us got together and study out the themost tbeJDOIit themoet
most Intelligent plan for the work workThe workThe workThe
The convention will be the flat of the thegood theCOOd thegood
good reads r d builders of Woet Wo t Virginia Virginiaand VlrstnlaaDd Virginiaand
and it is I expected ex ted to give a boom to the thebetter thebetter thebetter
better highways movement movm nt in the StateAmong State StateAmong Statemon
Among mon the speakers on the twoday twodayprogramme twodAyprogramme twodayprogramme
programme are former Gov A B White Whiteof Whiteof Whiteof
of West Virginia w T carter provident providentof
of the Parkersburg Automobile Club R RP RP RP
P Pearson county engineer of Tucker TuckerCounty TuckerCounty ltudc ltudcCotmb
County who will discuss d Jcu Economic surveys sur surroys 1I1Irvop
roys Dr I C White Janes K H Hen Henth1cka Hendricks n ndrlcka
drlcka road engineer en < < 1neer of Jefferson Coun County County County ¬
ty Bdrzr D Baker B Jcer chief chle engineer on onT onLr onL
T L Lr tten of county count roads roa ll and V W WKttrt WK1Uw V VKltt
Kttrt Kltt jounty > engineer of Ritchie Coun County Counto County ¬
ty to on Concrete constructionrraud construction constructionITrfTOd couatruotlonFrnud
ITrfTOd Order Department DUllY Bnsyof
It WM s s a bar day in the U freed order departaeat departaeatof
of PMtatMter Qonenil Hitchcock reeUnh ywtsrdey VM VMcfe JI JIcb za zadt
cfe A inisno Rosa Ito Shane H Itoccn J r Rogers ItogMssad JlosoersROOt Rogersand
sad ROOt Rogers RoI rs of Pie N J r wore W r8 dpci deprived deprl1ldof deprivedof d dof
of tho we t > > e ot the mails for obtaining goods frays ftembnaliMca fNab1aane6 fraysbDernese
bnaliMca bassos by awwedng masacine adrardee adrardeenvratu IIdtertieemmtII ednrtkements
nvratu and then celliag the articles A fnutd odor onkrrw odorwall orderWoe
w wall s tscKd against t Adam D C Oupentcr Cupes rponto his hi wife wife LChrymta L LGarpooter LCarpooter
Garpooter Wlliam Watklns Watki I and Jamta Patton of ofLamtoic ofLem ofLambri
Lamtoic Lem Ky They bad been pracUctos p cUdt1g the eama eamaBMoe sunaFam mmoterse
terse Fam according to the offldal retort W S 8Boduaan SD SBucbaaen
Boduaan D n of Trerf TnnriHaas lane Va eras ft also aI o bund from fromwing fromuabur from fromsaing
wing > tho mails Tho Bankers Bond ood Company of ofPttUbarj ofPliuburg t tPktlburIr
PttUbarj w wee < < s also denied d 1ied the ftrttocr Irtbtor BKJ of the tJ1ema115 themalt
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WOULD MERGE SCHOOLS SCHOOLSBdncator SCHOOLSBducator SCHOOLSBdacator
Bdncator Urjre CrKNJ Elevation EI cvntlou nflon of Ihi IhiXntlonK th thNntionx
XntlonK Furmlnsr Interests InterestsAaeiatant IntercutAwUtmnt InteretllAa8latant
AwUtmnt Scr Secretary try of Agriculture lcu1tQre Wll Wlllet
let M Hays last night delivered deliver an Illus Illustrated Ill Illitrmted Illtrtcd
trmted lecture on agricultural educate educatebefuro education educationbetoro educationhem
befuro hem tho Federal School Mens 16ftS Club anlnstltuUon i iinstitution an anInstttuU
institution InstttuU n composed compo ed of educators ofth ofthDistrict or the tbeDi theDistrict
District Di trlot Mr oIl Hays pointed out tb tbnecessity the theneecqtt thenecessity
necessity neecqtt for placing th the farming inter intereU Int8Cts Interests
eU ts of the country upon a more aciontithbasis
basis urging for this th purpose a conaoll conaolldatkra consoUdation consolidation
dation of the small country school in ad adjacent adjatent adjacent ¬
jacent districts districtsFollowing 4fatnetsFoDowlng dlstriclsFollowing
Following the th lecture an Informal dt dtcuralon dll dllcunlon dlscussion
curalon wa was held The Bureau of Educa Educations Educatlona Educations ¬
tions pocialbt on foreign toro1 n education Dr
I L R Klemm stated that in Germany
this education in practical farming
be been n provided for some tltn tltnIn time timeIn timeIn
In line with the discussion dl8cus ton of 0 industrial industrialeducation Industdaleducation industrialeducation
education Dr George Myers principal ofthe of ofthe oftb
the tb McKinley XcKlnle Manual Training School Schoolannounced SchoolanDOunced Schoolannounced
announced his school will soon open op n nighclasses night nightclasgee
classes c1u e for those employed during theday
day While the tb8academ1o academic work will not notb
be b neglected In these classes partioulastrops
strops will be laid upon practical sub subiects subjecta subTaft
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Taft Gets Last Library LlbrarrAdwntege LibraryAdtatq LibraryAd
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NEWSOFALEXAffilA NEWSOFALEXAffilAInterest NEWSOF ALEXANDRIA OFALEXADRIAInterest ALEXANDRIAInterest
Interest Shown in Outcome Outcomeof
of Negros Negros NegrosREVE Trial TrialEEVE TrialREVE
REVE a G FITZGERALD LECTURES EECTUEESnnchelora LECTURESnncheloll LECTURESBachelors
Bachelors Club Elect Officers at ntAnuunl atAnnunl atAnnunl
Annunl lUeetlnlPhllll Meeting Philip Park Ten Tennesaon Tenneeson renneason
nesaon DeadNegro Dentl Dcn11 Xeerro cgro Girl Burned BurnedPolice BurnedPollee BurnedPolice
Police Establish Curfew LtrrrOIisa LtrrrOIisaMary LlnT3UslIUnr LawMissMary
Mary Unr J Stewart Burled BurledF
F 11 Clinton Knight 625 King stittt Alexandria AlexandriaVa Alcunhla AlcunhlaVa
Va li authorized agent al eDt and carrier far The Th Wath WathIngton Wuh1DiUJn Wu i ibgtoo >
Ington Herald The Herald will bo delivered dally dallysad dalljracd cWband
and Sunday to any address io Alexandria for 50ants 50 SOcent 50ccut
cent ants a month mooUuWASHINGTON
WASHINGTON UBIULD BURBAU nURBAUI
65 e King K Ifs n StreetAlercandria Street StwtAlexandria S SAleCandrin
I Alexandria Va Nov If ItWill Will Honry HonrySmith HonrySmith HenrySmith
Smith tho negro who turnod Statesevidence States Statesevidence Statooevtdenee
evidence against Calvin Johnson Rich Richard Richar Richard ¬
ard ar Pines and Eugeno Dorsoy nogroes nogroesconvicted nogr0 nogroeeconvicted 6 6conloted
convicted of the murder of Walter FSchultz F FSohultz FSchult2
Schultz be trlod at the December term termof termot termof
of the Corporation Court or will his trialbe trial trialbo trln1bo
bo deferred until January 14 next tho thodate thoI thedate
I date set for the execution of three ne usgroes negroes neb1oes ¬
groes groesThis b1oesThis groesThis
This question Is Ju just t now being freely freelyasked treelyasked freelyasked
asked In this city cu and It Is predicted predictedSmith predlotodSmith predlotedSmith
Smith may not bo tried at t the December Decemberterm Decemborwrm Decembertorn
term Those in a a position to know assort as assort aasert ¬
sort In all probability the attorney who whowill whowUl w1owill
will be assigned to defend Smith when whenever whonover whenover ¬
over his caso la called will ask for a apOBtponinont apostpomnont apostpOnmont
pOBtponinont in order or er to have an oppor opportunity opportunity opportunity ¬
tunity of collecting evidence and It 18 Isalso 1 1also 18also
also pointed out it will tako time to get getall getall getall
all the witnesses together These facts factsIn factiIn factsIn
In themselves would it Sa claimed justify justifya juetJtycontinuance
a continuance of his case caseTho caseThe caseThe
The Question now arises that should shouldthis shouldU shouldthis
this U a be done would Attorney Machon Machonagain Machonagain Machohagain
again ask for another respite for the thecondemned thecondomned thecondemned
condemned menF mm 1 Tho rogpltc ro pllo by thegovernor the thegovernor thegocrnor
governor was granted gra grantod 1tod on the plea pl a that it itwould itwould itwould
would give the attorney an 11 opportunity opportunityof
of hearing the testimony in Smiths Smith case caseand 08Mand caseand
and was granted mainly on the tl grounds groundsthat groundsthat groundsthat
that It was believed that Smith would would be betried betried betried
tried in December DecemberShould D8CembrShould DecemberShould
Should Smith not bo tried by January JanuaryH
14 it Is believed that Attorney Mach Maehen MaehenWUI Maehenwill n nwill
will again ask for executive clemency cieraMteyWhether cllImncyWhether clemencyWhether
Whether or not Gov Swaaaon would wouldagain wouldAln wouldagain
again Aln interfere In the CAM is I a matter matterof matterof matterof
of conjecture in view of the fact he has baaalread hasalready hasalready
already alread granted the men thr three thrMand e respite respitesand respiteand
and the State Court of Appeals App has also atoorefused d80roueed alsorefused
refused Johnson Jobn on a new trial Further lurtb ac action notion e eUon ¬
tion on the part of tho governor in thiscase this thiscaso t I8 I8cuo
case will be awaited with no little in interest 1AterHt Interest ¬
terest terestRev terHtRe terestRev
Rev Re Edward G Fitzgerald O P of ofthe ortho ofthe
the Catholic University tonight drttr drttrerod deltTerod deliverod
erod a a lector a on The Bible at the theYoung theYounG theYoung
Young Mens r8nS Sodality Lyceum Hall un under vader under ¬
der the auspices of Fitzgerald Council CoundtNo CouncilNo CouncilNo
No 49 4 if1 Knight of Columbus The Theespeskor Thespeaker TMpoakor
speaker was introduced by M 1l J McFar MoFarland McFarland McFarJand
land grand knight of the order orderThe orderThe orderThe
The Bachelors Club at its annual annualmeeting annualmeeting DnualIDoeting
meeting held tonight elected oI8Ct the fol following tol10wlnS fol following ¬
lowing officers whose wbo e terms will become becomeeffective booomeorraetiv6 beoomeeffective
effective January 1 next Douglas Stuartpresident Stuart Stuartpresident Stuartpresident
president W Yo W Ballenger vice presi president prMldent president ¬
I Ilams
dent O H Kirk secretary J Y Winlame Will Willlams rm
lams treasurer These with J WilliamMay William WilliamMay wUUamMay
May constitute tl tM board bei rc1 of governors governorsTho 5DI 5DIThe gvvernersThe
The Bachelor Club is one on of the oldest oldestsocial oI4eIItlcla1 cdeetsocial
social < lcla1 organisations in th tM city dt being organised or organized oranbed ¬
ganized anbed in 1871Philip JSW JSWPhilip miPhiUp
Philip Park Toaaesson Tou 8 soa SOB of Mr JIb and andMrs aDdMrs andMrs
Mrs James X L Toaaoscon Te DINOR died thismorning this thismorning thIamom1
mom1 morning at the home of Ids parents 418 418South 413South usSouth
South Fairfax street after at a Nngeriaff NngeriaffIllness l1DcermgSIIneH Itnsertngillness
Illness The deceased was twentysix twentyexyears tWti twentysixyears t7Mx t7Mxrears
years oldEmma old oldEmma oldEmm
Emma Emm Coleman a sovenyeorold negro negrogirl negrogirl
girl daughter of 0 John Coleman residing residingat rMkUnIt
at t 712 l1 L Gibbon street was burned this thismorning thismocn1 thismorning
mocn1 morning g when her clothing took tire ftle from fromwaste fromwaste fromwaste
waste paper pal which she had ignited after afterplacing afterplacing tar tarplung
placing in a R stove tove Neighbors extin extinguished axthlptahid extinguished ¬
guished the blase after which her in injuries Injuries Injuries ¬
juries were dressed dressedIt
It is tho Intention of the police if pos possible poaslblG poesible ¬
sible to break up the practice among amoogyoung amongyoung amongyoung
young boys of hanging around places of ofpublic otIMJbUo ofpublic
public amusement tUnu bment at night ana who in inmany inlnstDC inmany
many lnstDC Instances 8 act disorderly Chief ChiefGoods CblelGOO ChiefGoods
Goods GOO last evening eorraied hveyouths hveyouthsend five youths youthsand OUtbs OUtbsnd
and nd when they were anatlil arraigned in the thePolice thePolice thePolice
Police Court today tod they tb y were fined 50 14cents 50cents 50cMts
cents each eachAnnouncement eachAnnounOOlIlt eachAnnouncement
Announcement is made there will be ameeting a ameeting ILmeotlnl
meeting of the State stat branch of the Au Audubon Audubon Audubon
dubon Society at 7M 7 oclock Monday Mondayevening MoncJayoVlnlng Mondayevening
evening at t the rooms of the chamber of ofcommerce 0 0eommerce ofcommerce
commerce The meeting will be presided presidedover presidedovec presidedover
over by Judge J K M 1 Norton and mat matters matters ¬
ters of Interest to the members of th thassociation tbassociation the theassociation
association will come up for considera consideration conMcerotIon considerntion ¬
tion
ONLY ONE BID MADE ICABEVostern MADEostern DE DEWestern
Western Maryland Inrlnncl Bought in by byBondholders bTDOlulholdera
Bondholders BondholdersBaltimore DOlulholderaBaltimore BondholdersBaltimore
Baltimore Md Nov 19 lThe The Western WostornMarjland WesternMaryland Wo tem temMarIfU1d
Maryland Railroad w went nt under the hammer ham hammer hammer ¬
mer this t ls morning mornln and was bought in by bytho bytho bythe
tho bondholders vat at the lowest bid whichthe which whichtho whichtho
tho special master Mr John Hinckloy Hinckloywas mncklONI
I was permitted to accept the amount be being being e eIng ¬
ing H f 500000 500000The CJ OOQi OOQiTh OC < l lTb
Th The o aclosuro was wts ono of the last lastetep laststep laststep
step i the reorganization of the prop property propcrt property ¬
erty crt As soon as tho logal details are arecomplied areoomplIod arecomplied
complied with 1th a now company will be beorganized beorganized beorganized
organized under tho law of Maryland and andtake andtake andtake
take over the road and franchises franchisesThis franchisesThis franchisesThis
This company will have an authorized authorizedcapital authorizedcnpltal authorizedcapital
capital stock of 50000000 common and andnooooooo andi10000e100
510000000 4 per cent noncumulativo pre preferred preterred preferred ¬
ferred stock The preferred stock Will w1l1bo willbe Willbo
bo given to the holders of the general generalHen genorallien generallien
lien bonds in exchange for that security securityand securityand securityand
and the money with which to pay off ot the thefloating thefloating thefloating
floating debt and receivers certificates certificateshas cert1flcateshas certificateshas
has been raised by assessing the stockholders stock stockholders stockholders ¬
holders UO 40 a share The present first ttrstmortgago llrstmortgage firstmortgage
mortgage and all underlying undorl 1ng liens are areundisturbed aroundisturbed I Iundisturbed
undisturbed undisturbedContinue undisturbedContinue
I IContinue
Continue on Short Schedule ScheduleManchester ScheduleManchester I
Manchester Nov 19 19The The spinners of ofAmerican ofAmerican 1 1American
American cotton who have been working work workIng worklng
Ing on a fortyhouraweok schedule held helda I In
a n mass meeting today to vote on the thoquestion thequestJon thequestion
question of continuing conUnul g on short time It Itwas Itwas Itwas
was unanimously decided to continue on onthe onthapresent onthe
the thapresent present shorttime schedule until untilFebruary untilFebruary untilFebruary
February S3 S
S3LOCAL
LOCAL BRIEFS BRIEFSA
A requisition by the governor of Mary Maryland Mnoland Maryland ¬
land asking for the surrender of Edna EdnaBatson EdnaBatson EdnaBatson
Batson Howard negro who le charged chargedwith chargedwith chargedwith
with child murder was yesterday esterdn hon honored honored honored ¬
ored by b Chief Just Justice co Clabaugh ClabaughJohn ClabAughJohn ClabaughJohn
John C Davis charged with forgery forgeryembezzlement forgeryembezzlement orb8r orb8rembezzlement
embezzlement and false pretenses by bywhich bywhich bywhich
which it is alleged alle ed 360000 000 belonging to toother toother toother
other persons disappeared was arraigned arraignedyesterday arrn1gnedesterdl1y arraignedyesterday
yesterday and entered a plea pea of o not notguilty notbUilt notguilty
guilty guiltyA bUilt bUiltA
A free r course cOUrs In arts and crafts has hasbeen hMbeen hasbeen
been added to the curriculum of the theYoung theYoung theYoung
Young Womens Christian Association AssociationMiss AssociationMiSS AssociationMss
Miss Eugenia De Land Instructor in the theMcKlnley therctnlcy theMcKinley
McKinley High School will conduct the theclasses theclasses I
classes tho first of which will be held heldtonight heldtonight heldtonight
tonight at 1 I oclock J
Charcoal The TheIreat TheGreat
Great Greatw GreatAbsorbs w Absorbent AbsorbentAbsorbs AbsorbentAbsorb
Absorbs and Removes Stomach andi andiIntestinal and andIntestinal andIntestinal
Intestinal Gases and Makes Makesthe Makesthe Makesthe
the Breath Pure PureThe PureThe PureThe
The able researches of Dr Stonhouae Stonhouaepublished SloohoullepubuMcl Stenhousepublished
published about the middle of the last lastcentury JutoentUfY lastcentury
century excited considerable Interest in incharcoal IncharC4Nll incharcoal
charcoal and Its wonderful absorbing absorbingpowers aborblngpowors absorbingpowers
powers His experiments were directed directedto
to the deodorizing as well as the abaor ab aborbrag abIOIbtu
IOIbtu aor orbrag + bing qualities of charcoal and he hesucceeded hesucceeded hesucceeded
succeeded in proving beyond all question questionor
or doubt that Its properties of destroying destroyingthe d08troylngthe destroyingthe
the offensive odors of putrid vegetable vegetableand vegetableand vegetableand
and animal matter depended not alone aloneupon aloneupon aloneupon
upon Its antiseptic power as had been beengenerally beengenera11y beengenerally
generally supposed theretofore but also alsoon alsoon alsoon
on its quality y o of absorbing and oxidizing oxidizingeffluvia oxidizingemuvl oxidizingefluvia
effluvia or noxious exhalations from the thoputrefying theputrefYing theputrefying
putrefying matters mattersMany mattersMany
Many other noted physicians have since sincethat sincethat sincethat
that time investigated Inve ttSted this th1 absorbent andoxidizing and andoxidizing andoxidizing
oxidizing action and one of them Dr DrHunter DrHunter DrHunter
Hunter has also al o published an account accountof accountof ccountor
of his experiments showing tho relative relativeamount rolaUveamount relativeamount
amount of the various gases taken up
by the different kinds of charcoal charcoalBoth charcoalBotb charcoalBoth
Both Stenhouee and Hunter experiment experimented ¬
ed with charcoal made from poplar box boxvarious bl blwood boxwood
wood coco cocoanut nut shells wIllow wooo and andvarious andvarious
various other woods and they found that thatcharcoal thatcbllrCOAl thatcharcoal
charcoal made from willow wood possessed pos possessed P05ses ¬
sessed ses ed by far the most power of absorb absorbing absorbIn absorbing ¬
ing In deodorizing oxidizing axidlzlngL and destroy ¬
ing foul gases It may be be 06 added here herethat her hertbat herethat
that animal charcoal which is employed employedso
so extensively oxtens1ol as a decolorizinz iecolortzlnz agent is IBvery isV8rY isvery
very Inferior to wood ood charcoal as a an ab absorbent absorbent absorbent ¬
sorbent and deodorant deodorantStuarts deodorantStuarts
Stuarts Charcoal Lozenges are com composed comHIed composed ¬
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renders them so palatable that no one onecan onecan onecan
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any germs existing in tho mouth and re removing remewing removing ¬
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guest CJ quest t him to send you a box of Stuarts StuarlsChar StuartsCharcoal
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IS TAFTS WARNING WARNINGContinued WARNINGContlnuecl WARNINGContinued
Continued from Face One Oneback Oneok Oneback
back ok th the same way On On his travels travelsthrough travebtbrovp travelsthrough
through th the meets of the city he was wasgreeted wasIfIHt8d wasgreeted
greeted with enthusiasm Some of the thebest thebtwt thebest
best Democrats in Virginia by their own ownconteestott owneoat ownconfeeslot
conteestott eoat were won over by the Taft Toftsmile TMtsmUe Taftsmile
smile smileThe smileThe I IThe
The President t wont to the Mayflower Mayflowerafter May1loeralter Mayflowerafter
after the smoker tonight Tomorrow Tomorrowhe
he will go over to Hampton to address addressthe ad addressthe ress ressthe
the students of Hampton Institute the thesecond theHOODd thesecond
second most Important lmJOl U1t negro school in inthis inUaIi inthlh
this oounU country countryThe COUDtryTIM y yThe
The President t arrived at 830 a in inexactly mexactly in inexactly ¬
exactly on schedule The distant boom boomof boomoC boomof
of guns from the coast artillery post at atFort atFort atFort
Fort Monroe signaled ed the arrival in inHampton inHampton inHampton
Hampton Roads of the Mayflower and an anhour anhour anhour
hour later the Presidential Pneld Ual yacht steamed steamedslowly Bteamdslowly Iteam IteamIowly
slowly into Norfolk Harbor receiving the thesalutes theaalute8 thesalutes
salutes of Fort Norfolk ortolk and the menof menofwar meno menowar menofwar
war lying at anchor hero b8C Mr Taft was wasmet wasmet wasmet
met by the reception commttee and taken takenat takenat takenat
at once to the hotel hotelBis botelDIIir betelBig
Big Crowd Crow Turn Out OutBefore OutBefon OutBefore
Before the Presidents landing however howeverthe howeverthe howeverthe
the streets of the city were packed with withpeople withpeople withpeople
people From rom the be Chesapeake and Ohio Ohiowharf Ohiowharf Ohiowharf
wharf to the hotel lines of United States Statesmarines Statesmarin Statesmarines
marines marin and Norfolks police officers officersformed omeararOlllMd oficersformed
formed a R cordon and kept the crowds crowdsfrom crowdstIom crowdsfrom
from pressing too close closeTbe c cTIM closeThe
TIM reception to the delegates lasted lastedprobably lut8dlXobbI7 lastedprobably
probably half an hour The President Presidentcordially PresidentconItUy Presidentcordially
cordially greeted ted each wearer of a Lynn Lynnhaven LynnhaflA Lynnhaven
haven oyster badge but he did not ad address adc1r ad address ¬
dress c1r the assembled mbled waterways advo advocates advocat advocates ¬
cates cat He had something g to say y to them thema thmlittle
a little later in the day and contented contentedhimself conteatedhtrn8elC contentedhimself
himself with a handshake and a glad gladto gladto gladto
to meet you during the reception receptionThere receltlooTh8Co receptionThere
There were aA a lot of prominent Vir Virginians VirgtDlan Virgbnlana ¬
ginians in line too Gov Go and Mrs MrsSwaawon MrsSWAa MrsSwanson
Swanson SWAa on were there tber United States Sena Senator snato Senator ¬
tor to Martin a a half doaen Virginia Repre Representatives Repre88DULttV8IIJ Representatives ¬
sentatives in Congress Oonrre Govelect Wilt Wiltlam WSUlam Wiltlam
lam Hodges Ho get Mann Harry St George GeorgeTucker GeoneTucker GeorgeTucker
Tucker former otIIM president pr td l of the tb James Jamestown Jamestown Tamestown ¬
town Exposition and Mayor Rlddlck of ofNorfolk orNorfolk ofNorfolk
Norfolk and Mayor Reed of Ports Portsmouth Portsmouth Portsmouth ¬
mouthThe mouth mouthThe mouthThe
The parade which the President re reviewed reviewed reviewed ¬
viewed following the reception re pUcn was dis distinctive distlncttve 18 18lIncUve ¬
tinctive of Norfolk Not every oity oIto in the thecountry thecountry thecountry
country can produce on short notice 5000 5000sailors 6000sailors 5OUosailors
sailors from war ships 2000 OOO coast artil artillery artillery ¬
lery 181 men from a post like Fort Monroe Monroe6Gq
3009 6Gq 100 more marines marin from a navy Y yard and andtraining andtralnlDg andtraining
training station besides 2000 ± OOO or more moreStato moreState moreState
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There were more young Virginians Virginiansalong VirginiansAJong Virginiansslang
along the line of march too At the in intersection intaection intersection ¬
tersection of Granby and Main streets a ahuman abWlUUl ahuman
human flag flac 11 < < of school children ohUdr n was wasbanked wasbanked W3Sbanked
banked These young Oung ladies sang patriotfo patri patriotic patrIotic ¬
otic airs Irs and received a genuine g nulne Taft Taftsmile TactsmUo Taftsmile
smile as he passed their stand standAt standAt standAt
At the reviewing stand two lines of ofveterans ofvetorns ofveterans
veterans of the civil war were drawn up upOn upon P POn
On one aide sld was a company of Grand GrandArmy GrandArmy GrandArmy
Army men from tho Soldiers Home at atHampton atHampton atHampton
Hampton and opposite them stood a line lineof lineof
of 0 graycoated grIlY < Oted and scarred survivors of ofthe orthe ofthe
the lost cause From time to time the thestandard thestandard thestandard
standard bearers of the Stars and Stripes Stripesand Stripesand Stripesand
and the Stars and Bars leaned over to toeach toeach toeach
each other and exchanged a new greet greeting groeting greeting ¬
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beneath the Presidents stand standTho standThe standTho
Tho speechmaking came next and an the theopportunity theopportunity theopportunity
opportunity for Norfolk to show some of ofIts ofIts ofits
Its talent was as not lost lostD lostD lostD
D Lawrence Gronor a prospective prospectivemember Jrospectlemember prospectivemember
member of Congress from this cityopened city cityopened cttyopened
opened it it He introduced Harvey M MDtxon MDixon MDixon
Dixon chairman of the Norfolk orfolk com committee committee committee ¬
mittee of arrangements This official in inturn Inturn Inturn
turn presented Gov Swanson of Vir Virginia VIrginia Virginia ¬
ginia It remained for the governor to towelcome toweleomo towelcomo
welcome the President again to Virginia Virginiasoil Virginiasoil Virginiasoil
soil and to present him to the 16000 or ormore ormoro ormore
more who were packed into the broad broadavenue brood9onue broadavenue
avenue before him The Presidents ad addroas addross address
dross here was along tho lines of his talk talkat taJkat talkat
at Cape Henry HenryEnd HenryEnds HenryEnds
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Indianapolis Ind Nov 19 19J J H Den Denman Denman Denman
man a talented youn young attorney shot and andkilled andkilled andkilled
killed himself hl selt in hIS office this morning
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McCready of Seymour Se moul whose hole husband husbandhad husbandhad husbandhad
had been sent to prison and nd told her he hecould hecould hecould
could obtain her husbands husbtu ds release rel as6 Mrs
McCready paid him ROM but Danman Danmanmade Dsnm Dsnmmado Denmanmade
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in the courts yesterday Je terday and smarting smartingunder
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