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death of William C Squires sixtyseven sixtyevenyears sixtysevenyears atxty atxtytArS
years tArS old an employe of the Pension Paationomen PensionOffice PeDMonOmce
Office who was shot and almost Instantly Instaatlykilled Instantlykilled IMtaatbkWed
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I about 11 oclock on the morning of Sun Sonday Sunday Sunday
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met bIB death from a Kunebot wound in inthft 1nth Inthe
the th heart inflicted ID lctl4 by persons unknown unknownThe unknownTit unknownThe
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to kilL Testimony was given to show showthat mowI showthat
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OALLS IDEA IMPRACTICABLE IMPRACTICABLEChief
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censorship He H embodied kto view Omthe oa oathe 01the
the subject in a brief statement last lastnight lutwlht lastnight
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IM plan to the pottioe fA tarsi of u ufIIDII lbetbsllIa
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thought thou < bt the proposed prGlJOi polloo supervision supervisionwas
was practicable A roan who Is well wellkaown weDJmOWJ1 wellknown
known in the sporting world said saidI
1 I think the th only way w in which foot football tootb11 football ¬
ball can be played with safety eet to the men menin JIMftIn menIn
in the came is to put the thecharxe games In Incharge Incharge
charge of the lh police Several years yeanth6 ago agothere agothere
there was a hue and cry about the brutal brutality brutalIty brutalIty ¬
ity of prize fight ftcht The Sate encounters encountersseemed eucountelllseemed encountersseemed
seemed doomed when severs several cities tried triedthe triedthe triedthe
the method of putting the police in charge chargeof cbarseot chargeof
of the fights a a censors The plan has hasworked baaworke4 hasworked
worked to perfection perfectionIn
In San Francisco Chicago Philadelph1a Philadel Philadelphia PbllaMlPlaia ¬
phia nod Baltimore fights hare haT haTunder been beenunder bowunder
under the supervision of the police When Whenthe Whenthe Whenthe
the fights become brutal the police step stepIn at at1n supIn
In and Interfere The fighters hter know they theycan theycaa theycan
can continue the fight only as long < as asthey Uthe asthey
they the eliminate brutality and at the pre present pret pre preant ¬
ant t tame it i 18 seldom 140m a apt is stopped itojflMdIf MQPIIIt
If there was a a police official oMel al at a foot football tootball footbail ¬
ball game empowered to stop the game gamethe pIDthe gamsthe
the minute It grew brutal J the players playersthemselves pIa pIathetnMlTeI playersthenesshes
themselves would see IIMthere there was no slug slugging I1U1ItA sluggtng ¬
ging or underhand un rhDd tactics and they theywould theywould theywould
would not allow their ojerneso eagerness or en enthusiasm eaathuelum enthueasm ¬
thusiasm to make malt them the play brutally brutallyfor I13tor brutallyfor
for fear t the game could not be eon eontinned OODtlnlH4 eontinned
tinned tinnedA tlnlH4A tinnedA
A A regulation governing IO the t e game of offootball ofootbII offootball
football and placing it under the thevI super supervision svp svpvledon ¬
vision of the polio WM yesterday yesterdaygeated 7 stag stagjested up upeel
jested eel to Commissioner Macfaiiand by byCerporagoa byOerporauoa byOvrporetioa
Cerporagoa Counsel Thomas Tbe Tb regu regulation resulatJon rogulation ¬
lation would state that the the playing pla 1q > of offootball oftootlNLlt offootball
football that is dangerous or Injurious tolit to tolife tome
lit life and health is prohibited ed ed and that thatbefore thatbete thatbf
bf before + re any game could be pWed 8d a license ttoensemust J1011U181IIut licensemust
must be procured from rom a proper pro autbodty au authority authorlt ¬
thority thorlt
Favors Police rolle Rule RuleDr RulesDr
Dr W B Hudson the football expert ftItwho expertwho
who has bean be n la consultation with COOB COOBmisetoner CoaaJldelkmer Coemiadoner
misetoner Macfarland has suggested that thatdefinite atcM thatdeflMt
definite regulations be framed by the thepatios ttMJIOIIoe thepolice
patios outlining outJin how the game am be beplayed 1MJJIaM beplayed
played in a safe and sane suson manner DR DRHudson DrHUMon 1 1Hudson >
Hudson says the game would not be bedangerous beaaseroUI bedasgrous
dangerous if played 1J od in accordance with withthe Withtbe withthe
the rules rulesDr rIIaDr rulesDr
Dr William TindaJl TtPCJU secretory tarT of Ube tbeBoard UaeBoard UbeBoard
Board of Commissioners who has been a amedical ame a amedical
medical me 2e1 attendant upon many football footballfields tootkllfteldll footballfolds
fields saidFor said saidanother aidJror
For a period 04 DC twelve 7n1 ono 01 oranother
I
another of my two sons was in the theof theor puns punsof
of football and I have had an opportu opportunlty opportUnlty opportunity
nlty to study > the game thoroughly I Ihave IhAft Ihews
have treated players at many other othergames otherwhere othergame
games where too injured tl und ones were par partldpaats INtldJMwIta pertldpeaata
tldpaats not only m In lnierooHe int oonectatebut gtat gtatgames tate tategames
games but also In those of the scrub scrubvariety 8CI1Ibty scrubvsrlilty
variety vsrlilty ty
Purely nn AaciduRt AaciduRtThe AQofdnatThe AooidoatThe
The only fatal tatallQJwy injury that I have seen seeninflicted Men1n1Uetod seenindicted
inflicted was that which caused the death deathof dOthDC deathof
of Baben of the Georgetown G Collegteam College Collegeteam CoDlpteAm
team several years ago and I was near nearenough JMreDOOp nearenough
enough to be certain it was purely an anaccident ailMcldent euaccident
accident jut as I was informed was we theaccident the theaccident theaccident
accident which happened to Mr lrt1aD Chris Christian Christiara ¬
tiara In the VirginiaGeorgetown VirginiaGeorgetownlast V1rp gems pmelut gemslast
last Saturday SaturdayFrom SaturdayFrom SaturdayTrot
From this I infer that the element MmeIit or ordanger ordanptr ofdanger
danger is inherent in the game and that thatsome tbatme thatsome
some me change must be made in the r rlations rewo reguiatlone
lations J Uomt governing the play to avoid it tt I Iam Iam Iam
am heartily in favor fa VOl of the game and andwould andwoukt andwould
would be exceedingly sorry to see es It Itstricken Ittrlcken itstricken
stricken from the list of college sportsRAISE sports sportsRAISE aponaRAISE
RAISE FUND FOR PATIENTSLedics PATIENTS PATIENTSLadles PATIENTSLndle
Ladles Auxiliary of Stnrmont Sana Sanatorium Sanatorium Sanstorinm ¬
torium Aida Ali1 le18 in Tubcrcnlofiln Care CareBattling CureBattUng CareBattling
Battling against the great t white whiteplague whitepIacue whiteplagu
plague In an effort trort to aid those set suffering MItter1 setfeting ¬
feting ter1 g from tuberculosis the Btarmont BtarmontAuxiliary 8tannootAudUary StarmontAuxiliary
Auxiliary of the Btarmont Sanatorium of ofWashington otWuhington ofWashington
Washington Grove Md gave a lunch lunchat hmehat lunchat
at noon yesterday y terday in the old Masonic MasonicTemple XuonlcTemple MasonicTemple
Temple Ninth and F streets northwest northwestand DOrthwetand northwestand
and an a la carte dinner dID last night to toraieo toral80 toraise
raise funds B for this objeot objectIn objeotIn objeotIn
In connection with the lunch and din dinner din dinn dinnor ¬
nor n there is a bazaar with many useful usefulthings URtulthSnp eethlthings
things thingsMrs thSnpMrs thingsMrs
Mrs A P Clark jr is president p t of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the auxiliary auxiliarySTJffG AuxlUIU7SUNG auxiliarySUNG
SUNG IN OLDTIME STYLE STYLEIndies STYLELndlca STYLEIadtcs
Indies Aid Society Glvos Conoert at ntChurch atChurch atChurch
Church of Our Pnthor PnthorThe DathurTho PathurThe
The Church of Our Father was thescene the thescene theBcene
scene of a Greate Ooncerte given af after alter atter ¬
ter the auld ul tyro faj ta1bun hun by the th Lar Lardies La Ladl08 Ladies
dies Aid Society last ut night nightTho nllhtTho nightTho
Tho entertainers ontortaln rs were drawn dra wn from the thechurch thechurch
church membership and everything everythtrtg was wasIn wuIn wasin
In colonial stylo tJlo Annie Laurie 1Aur Dotk DotkYou DotkYou DothTo
To You Love Me Me Sister Ruth llLat Last Rose Roseof RowoC Roosof
of Summer and Auld
Lang Sync S7D weresung weresung were weresun
sun sung after tv the tb fashion of long ago while whileI
tho instrumental music was furnished by
I the olden harp
Thais s the time to strike them when whenthey whenthey whenthey
they first come Strike them hard hardMaster hardMaster hardMaster
Master them completely No delay no notrifling notrifling notrifling
trifling no foolishness Hit your cold coldhard coldhard coldhard
hard right from the start This is the theway theway theway
way a hot footbath some hot drink drinkand drinkand drinkandAyers
and andAyers Ayers Cherry Pectoral The cough coughgoes coughgoes coughgoes
goes the inflamed throat membranes membranesare
are healed Show these statements to toyour toyour toyour
your doctor Ask him if every word wordwe wordwe vor4 vor4we
we say here is not true e Then Thel1 follow followhis folIo folIohis followhis
his advice He knows knowsJ
J a AYER COMPANY CO AhY Imil MRM
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Robust Robusthealthisagreatsafesward health is a great safeguard against attacks of throat and lung troubles but butconstipation butconstipation
constipation will destroy the best of health Ask your doctor about Ayers Pills
1
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DISMISSED BY LOEBContinuod LOEB LOEBContinued LOEBContlnuod
Continued from Page One OneIntroduced OneIntro4uc8d Oneintreduoed
Introduced him to Vail as one of our ourclient ourcUentl ourclients
client and that Vail told tot him I guest guestwe gUeIIw suerwe
we w can take care tt t you youMtwtea youJruelca youMusica
Mtwtea alM said that when things got gotwarm Rotwarm gotwarm
warm he met Vail by appointment on a aferryboat aferryboat aferryboat
ferryboat and that Vail Val told him to get setaway getawa getaway
away awa as soon as he could Vail at the thetime tbetime theUme
time although not called to refute Musiea Mu Musicas Muas
siea sicas as testimony on the witness Imea stand standdenied Btanddenied standdenied
denied that he had over wen Musica be before be betore before ¬
fore the th I trial began beganNO beganNO beganNO
NO MORE PROMISES PROMISESOF
OF IMMUNITY MADE MADETO MADETO MADETO
TO GET FRAUD FACTS FACTSIn
In making known the extent of dismis dismissals dlsmiaaaIa dismissals ¬
sals and reductions in the personnel of ofthe ofthe
the New York customhouse yesterday yesterdaySecretary yesterdaySor8tary ellterda7SeoRu I
Secretary of the Treasury MacVeagh said saidthat 8k1that saidthat
that when he h was in New York last 1a t Mon Monnday Monday Monda
day be was given assurances by the theFederal th thFecSenJ theFederal
Federal officers o concerned that there therewould therewould therewould
would not be any aD more promises to re retain retain retabs ¬
tain dishonest custom house bo employee on onthe onthe onthe
the Federal pay roll in consideration of ofconfessions orronfe ofconfessions
confessions loD from them implicating other otherpersons otherper80INJ otherpersons
persons in the frauds against a the reve revenes revenuea revenues
nuea nueaIn nuesIn nes nesIn
In maku maklag this statement cmt of the abandonment aban abandonment abandonmeat ¬
donment of the system of not only onlyrant onlyrantInl grant grantIng grantIng
Ing immunity from from criminal prosecution prosecutionto
to dishonest customhouse employes but butpromising butpromlUf butptaaelsing
promising to keep them in the service aervtoeot aervtoeotwhich of ofwhich ofwhich
which they proved unworthy Mr Mac MaaVeegh MacVaagh McVeach
Vaagh added that the discontinuance was wasdue w wue wasdue
due ue to tIN fact tact so he was told that further fur further turther ¬
ther promises prom of that character cbaraat were not notMr notMr notneosw
neosw y yMr
Mr MacVeagfc did not commit himself himselfas
as to whether he had objected to grant granttag 5J1U1tucb grantlag
tag such ttch radical leniency to dishonest of officials ofaCaJ ofdcials ¬
ficials of the government governmentImmnnon pwelnmentJmmnnoll governmentImmune
Immune Sot ot Affected AffectedAnother Atfeot AtreotedAnother d dADOther
Another thing that Mr MacVeagb told toldia toldID toldIn
ia answer to a question was w that the thethree thetUee thethree
three assistant tant weighers whoso confes confessions cOD cODsiona confesabets ¬
abets were used as evidence against againstPhilip againstPhilip t
Philip Musica tho cheese importer IlDport who whopleaded whopleaded
pleaded guilty p ty to bribing government em employes emPIo7 employs ¬
ploys PIo7 were not included in the list of ofmen otmen ofmen
men whose dismissal from the New York Yorkcustomhouse YorkcuRomhoUH Yorkcustomhome
customhouse was announced yesterday yesterdayby
by Collector Loeb Neither N 4Ittller had they theybeen theybeen
been reduced in salary Mr MseVeagh Maoveaghsaid MseVeaghsaid
said Their status he explained was un undisturbed un unMr andisturbed ¬
disturbed disturbedMr disturbedMr
Mr MacVeagh V said 14 that he was not notable notable
able to give slv the th exact number of dis dismissals 1a dnmirals ¬
missals which were in addition to those thoseset thosenet
set forth In a statement he Issued but buthis buthili buthis
his recollection was u that they were about abouttwenty abouttwenty abouttwenty
twenty twentyThe twentyThe twentyThe
The total number of dtemfemls dIl t tl a 1s since sinceMr snce snceMr
Mr MacVeagh qualified as Secretary etay of ofthe ofthe
the Treasury up to yesterday as given givenin IhII1tD givenIn
in the statement was IM 1M making a total totalof totalof
of about 124 with the addition ltIon of thosedismissals those thosedismissal tbOlled1aiJal I
dismissal executed eueuec1TIM yesterday yesterdayThe yesterdayThe
The Treasury Departmentthat Department that t is ill Sec Secretary eoreta17 Secretary ¬
retary MaoVesgbdeclined MaoVeagh OV declined to make pub MbHe publie i iHe
He the names of any of those u the dropped droppedfrom droppedfrom
from the service except that t t of James F FVail PVan Fveil
Vail who was wa in charge of the weighers weigherswho WttcberaWho weigherwho
who confessed to having been bribed bribedThe brtbedThe bribedThe
The Secretary approved last night the theabolition theoUtton theabolition
abolition of the office of acting deputy deputysurveyor deputysuueyor deputysurvevor
surveyor which has been filled by James JamesF
F Vail at a salary of 13000 per annum annumRIVAL IUU1UmRIVAL annumRIYAL
RIVAL AVIATORS MA MAY MEET MEETBM MEETThamu MRBTThtlmils
Thamu BM F Was Invites Wright Wrightend Wrllhtland Weightsgild
end GuriiK to G OeJt Oniorcenoe OniorcenoeWwad f eranoe eranoeTotal rGnGe1I
1I Wwad cl dos OtT Total 4 47801 llTtS61 liO1 with tvlthSnm wJthPrltJtoota withPrenpoota
PrltJtoota ef RnI Raising IJIg Nocessary NocessarySuns OCCIIRir OCCIIRirSUM
SUM in H A Pew l ew Days DaysI Da Dar flayTbmss
I Thoiaat r Walsh yesUrday invited invitedWilbur tevMedWllbnr In InWtlbar
Wilbur and Orville Wright aad Glen 0 Cur Curtias Curti88 Curtiss
tias to attend the conference to be bald baldin beadta heldIn
in New York next Jl t weak between the Joint Jointaviation IRtav1atloa joistaviation
aviation committee from Washington and8aiUmott and andBaltimore I
Baltimore and the Aero Club of America AmericaIt
I
It Is d Mr Walshs Wh claim that the rivalev rival rivalaviator rtft1toM
1 1In
ev aviator nbors toM are a on the most friendly of terms termsin termsin
in spite plte of the suit now pending in which whichthe wbiohthe whichthe
the Wrights are the complainant and andCurtiss andCurtI88 andCnrtta
Curtiss tbe defendant defendantThe defendantThe aDt aDtThe
The invitations were sent out by Ms MsWalsh XxWaIah MrWalsh
Walsh late yesterday y evening e lng He be believes be believes believes ¬
lieves the inventors win meat the themittee com commlttM oemmitten
mitten In New York next Tuesday TuesdayI
I believe these men men Of said saidMr Mr r Walsh Walshlast WaJaAJut Walshlast
last night will n by their cooperation cooperationdo
do much toward booming boomln the project projectwhich projectwblch projectwhich
which w Wat have started It they the can be bepersuaded beto bepersuaded
persuaded to join our forces others from fromXnrope romBurope fromEurope
Europe win eome to this country countryTbe oountryThe It Itbe
The Joint committee ooRUDlU is resolved to go goto 50to goto
to New York 50 enveloped in Information informa information 1arormeUon ¬
tion that it will be able to meet any ob objection ob objeottonK objeotions ¬
jection which may be raised by the theAero tbeero theAero
Aero ero Club To this end the site com committee committee committee ¬
mittee headed by Gen Allen was asked askedyesterday R8bdJIIIterday askedyesterday
yesterday to visit all the sites lies tell hereto heretofore Mretotore heretotore ¬
tore considered co ltcl ed and furnish to the execu executive eeout1e exealthe ¬
the oommtttte OOIlUnitt a report of their respec respective reepecttve respecthwe ¬
tive neritsTim merit meritThe mertta merttaThe
The aviation fund still 1111 Increases tDor itself itselfalmost Itseltalmo itselfalmost
almost t without the aid of the th IM mem members membeR member ¬
beR of the financial committee The fol following following ol ol10w1nc ¬
lowing subscriptions lIub crtptloo were received yes yesterday yeterday yesterdays ¬
terday Terminal Taxicab Company CompanyWOO CompanytlOO Company1oo
WOO tlOO 1oo Btoaman aman Brothers 1tI W S Hat Hartoan mrban Hatban
ban tti 2G Green Clay Ooodlee Sr 31 total total totalM161 totaliC6Gt
4760 iC6GtCharles M161 4760Charles
M161Char
Charles Char Q Howe owe secretary e of the finance financecommittee 1lDancoonma1tt financecommittee
committee said lat evening that he 11 ox expected oxpeoted fXMother
peoted another 900 contribution contrfb in a > day dayor dayor dayor
or so and expressed himself confident confidentthat oon confidentthat deDt deDtthat
that the jGR 30600 asked would be raised by byMonday byXODday byMonday
Monday XODdayLECTURE
LECTURE ON CHINA CHINADr CHINADr
Dr R H me Chambers Will Speak at ntthe atthe atthe
the Y 31 r Q 0 A t Tomorrow TomorrowTomorrow TomorrowTomorrow TomorrowTomorrow
Tomorrow afternoon at the Y M C CA CA CA
A A the condition of politics religion atldmorals axr axrmorals Itd Itdrnoraltl <
morals in the Chinese e empire will be beOeecribeel bet1e bedescribed
described t1e by Dr R R B E Chambers of ofCanton otCanton ofCanton
Canton CantonDr CantonDr CantonDr
Dr Chambers bai been in China tor torscore 8 8IIQO6 ascore
score of yearn most t of the tints as secre secretary secretary secretary ¬
tary of the Baptist Publication Society Societyof SoeleQor
of the Orient and is sold st d to be one of ofthe otthe ofthe
the best Informed Americans on Chinese CDtnoeeaffairs ChiuQHatreJrs Chineseaffairs
affairs affairsFor atreJrslIor affairsFor
For half an hour preceding the ad address 4dre81 address ¬
dress the association orchestra o tra will give givea
a recital and at the conclusion o nc1usion of thomeeting tho thomeeting U1Qmeeting
meeting the tb Bachelors and Life Problem PrablomClubs ProblemClubs oblom oblomClut
Clubs will resume their SOSItonCALLS aoastons aoastonsCALLS soalonsCALLS
CALLS POISONING A JOKESteamtltter JOKE JOKEStcnmflttcr JOKEStcnmfittcr
Stcnmflttcr Says He DM Not Drink DrinkAcl DrinkAelel DrinkAcid
Acl Acid l lint Syphon In I Used TJaedIt UedIt UsedIt
It was just a joke I didnt swallow swallowany swnUowany swallowany
any poison and I have no desire to die diesaid di disaid diesaid
said Frederick Lippard thirtytwo years yearsold y yold yoagold
old a BteamflUer who was removed to toCasualty toCasualty toCasualty
Casualty Hospital last night for cyanide cyanideof
of potassium poisoning thought to have havebeen bvebeen havebeen
been with suicidal intentLippard intent intentLlppard IntentLIppard
LIppard lives with hie mother Mrs MrsElla XIElla MrsElla
Ella Llppard at H 81 I street northwest northwestAbout northwoatAbout northwestAbout
About S oclock last night ht < he retired to tohis tobls tohis
his room and went to bod Shortly after afterhe atelhe afterho
he called to his hi mother saying he had hadtaken 11dtaken hadtaken
taken poison An ambulance was sum summoned summon summoneit ¬
moned mon and Ltppard was removed to the thehospital thehospital thehospital
hospital hospitalDeaplto hospitalDespite
hospitalDesptto Despite tho mans declarations to physi physicians pbYs11 pbYs11I physicians ¬
cians cian a syphon wa W was II tis hoed < to relieve his hisstomach hIBstomach hisstomach
I stomach He will vill recover rcco r Tee police Bay Baythe saythe cav cavthe
the man has recently Gn1 bean ill and
despondent
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Castel CastelberjsProses berg y s sWalch
Walch Sale SaleProves
Proves a Sensation SensationALL
ALL HIGHGRADE ELGIN AND WALTHAM W AL TRAM WATCHES WATOHESBought WATCHESBought WATCHESBought
Bought Direct from Manufacturers Before Beforethe Beforethe Beforethe
the Big Rise in Prices
334 already sold out of the original 466 put on sale That leaves only 132 I32of1heae of these higiigrade higiigradeElgin hi hgrade hgradeElgin ade adeElgin
Elgin and Waltham Watches remaining at these ridicakwufly low prices But remember every eeIy ooe ooeof ooe ooeof
of these 132 watches is as good as any anyone one of the 334 snapped up within the last few ew days qsand qsandeTery daysendeery and andeyery
eyery wtttJh w toh is covered by the Otstelbcrg guarantee
111 Xe Yens 12 aDd 11 also 1e opearace 8C1ewbaek screwback20year
20 0781 year guarantee void stiff stiffened stiffenedcases nd ndcases
cases e plain polished for tOF monogram monogramor 12 I25O 50
or fancy fa tn engraved graved Ted 7 TJe jewel ewes move movement mOTemente mrent ¬ s
ment ngt Castelbcrg telbcr1C lC Sooop Scoop prioe prioe11S
11 11S S Ladles openface op taee pLoln5 pLoln5po plain plainpolished
polished pO or fancy eagra en vec ed 20year 20yearo 5flrr 5flrrffoldatteaed 14 50 O
s ffoldatteaed ct o car case 7 j ewel move
mint CsstLberg Scoop price r1 I
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ograw og 1Q open face faceanteeed 25 yea Pl guat guatanteeed
anteeed groldstilfeoed goldstiffened ftitttm eases IB 15I 158ID
jewel movement 8ID gold gold or white dial 16 50
Catelbergr Cartel I Scoop Cp price price1SS rice I
1SS Mens Men 12 I size 1e Fancy En Engraved Engaved ¬
graved vecJ Gold Goldtltfened stiffened Hunting ease easewatches
ttlberg W watches a t eh es i r Scoop 7J 7 j erne rrel l price T m movement ov drnent Cas 14 1IS 5 0
50 CENTS A WEEK WEEKOr i iOr
Or we will gladly let ct aside any watch you select upon paymcntof a small deposit depositideal depositIdeal depositIdeal
ideal Christmas Presents PresentsNothing
Nothing could be more acceptable aEcqQ Anticipate AntiO J1 your yo Ghrktmas seed seedy as wefi as joorrprcseat joorrprcseatpersonal youtpcamt youtpcamtPersonal eIeat I
personal needs and by jwyiag a little now aowaad mud tiiea on an open act amid the S necessity DeC eccx dtj ty foe jforheavy bheavy foeheavy
heavy expenditure at Christmas ChristmasIf
If you will phone or write vTi we will have our representative r rtSentative call With fall Tin Eneo air samples ruQias and aadauthority andauthority sadauthority
authority to make terms Dont delay deIaythe the selection is complete now nowCASTEL nowCASTELBERGS
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J II IL Tt1t1tltb StL Says Anu Asatrla rlRR Counsels Co1Me CounselsAre
Me JL CovMtrym + a Business Afcanta AfcantaAt A AgeataAt Ml MlU
At a meeting of th the Association of offcHMrtosn ofL1IfTIoaa ofAmvdoac
fcHMrtosn Oovrnra Government it Aoeountaota hut hutnight utJdght lastnight
night at tb the Public Ubtmrjr J K Tb TftVMtts TIbet Tbbltta
Mtts of the 8tmt Stale Dsfwrtmsat lectured Itotmrsdtt I Ithe
el tt tb the torn service oaovntsmts t B Btold Be Betold Betold
told of tIM th entire foreign system of orws orwslIIJUIaUODII ofkwssad Jaws Jawsaad
sad regulations concerning itt the oompan oompanUteos oompenaUoa compensations
aUoa Uteos and apea ee xp enees ns s of foreign f fr service sarrtoaXr serviceIr
Xr Ir r Tttibitts said the American consuls consulsand eonnlilaDCI consulsand
its business businessagents bua1neaIIDts businessagent
and rvprssentattTM Jepr are
agents over the entire world and being beingtiustnosn beIn beingbusleeoe I Ibu
tiustnosn maa mea h be stated atatfld it is only onl nat natural natrtaral natural ¬
ural that those who deal with tt them m should shouldexpeot sbogidexpert 4 48X1MDt
expert them to follow bustoass prtn prtnolplas prtDotpa prlnoipies
olplas In hU explanation of tl the ex expanses ex expeMM oxsrv ¬
panses pee aad maintenance of otIce lor foreign foreignla J a serr serrlo
lo Ice he showed oases to prove his hJsm4lPtl state statemeats stabsmenta
mentaHo meats meatsHe m4lPtla
He a was followed by dtanoaeloas and andqueries aDCll aDCllquer1e8 andqueries
queries br B B T Harrah Harr h of the Comp Comptroller Comptroller ¬ i
troller of the Treasurys Treu office and WV WVlam WU WUI Willlam
lam I L L Solean disbursing dtabunt officer of the theDepartment theDepartment theDepartment
Department of Commerce and Labor Mr MrHarrah XrHarrah MrHarrah
Harrah urged all accountants IICOOUD IDtB In the government gov govt MCJYUI1l1MUt
UI1l1MUt t employ to attend the theOPPOSES lectures lecturesOPPOSES leottuwlOPPOSES
OPPOSES DOCTRINAL PRECEPTS PEECEPTSJohn PltEOEFTSJohn PRECEPTSJohn
John B Sleman steJ IUL Vat Cleuleal Oes Oesnlranoe O Ont Cnizanoe >
nlranoe nt nnoc ef HnmitB I Life lfo Incidents iRcldontsPulpit IJtc14oRtsPulpit IncidentsPulpit
Pulpit and pew were discussed discussednight last JMtmpt lastnight
night at the monthly meeting of the theBrotherhood theaotberhoOd theBrotherhood
Brotherhood of the First JItNtCb1arch conajegattDnal conajegattDnalChurch Congratltbwrdt
Church John B B SUman taster the theview UtevIn thevfsw
view of the toyman argued for greater greaterdenioal reater1ooplDooe greateradahel
denioal oognhoooe of incidents of human humanWe h1llDaDIKe humanliia
We IKe rather rath than doctrinal precepts preceptsIn PeeePuIn
In analysing the decline of Interest ia iathe 11the Inthe
the male element of the congregation con on he hei hecUed heriled
i cited the lack of activity in church cir circles clfelM circles ¬
cles as a potent cause stating mans na nature 11ttre nstme ¬
ture craves strenuous work He claimed claimedhowever oIa1medhowwr olatmedhowever
however that plenty of opportunities for toraccomplishments forACOOmp11IIhments foraooomplshments
accomplishments exist and that only onlygreater oaI7eater onlygreater
greater ecclesiastical ambition te neces necessary neoMry neoesssry ¬
sary to develop them themReik themRe thenRev
Rev Re C C E Guthrie who was to haw hawbeen bI bIbeen havebeen
been the clerical repreeentatrra reprMeDta w was s pre prevented prewDt8d peemeted ¬
vented by illness from attending ReT RerJ ReTIt Revsutbstt
J R It Sumwalt proved an able ah9he ah9hetuto swbatt swbatttuio wbtltltdo
tuio He laid stress on the necessity au IIIty IIItybandaJ for torflnandal forfinancial
financial at support povt of the pulpit 4MC 4MCtbe 4ftorthe ft ft1e
the speakers addresses a a the Question was wasdtecumed WaIIl wasdlCUSed
dtecumed l ed informally informallyBxcmisioirs informallyEXCURSIONS 1Y 1YEXCURSIONS
EXCURSIONS Bxcmisioirs03H EXCURSIONSlhoee EXCURSIONSThose
03H Those > se who travel for pleasure are not notthe DOttbe notthe
the only otaa 0 passengers CtIIITIed by bytM byt
the t e Norfolk and Washington gton Steamboat SteamboatCompanys SteamboatCompanys ftnCat00mpuI71
Companys boats Such direct connec connections COIUNCUOM connections ¬
tions are formed at Norfolk that busi business bIIIdn business ¬
ness men find them convenient and at atthe atthe atthe
the same time can enjoy a respite fromthe from fromthe tr m mthe
the Irksomeness k of continued train travel travelBUamer traN18tMmer travelSteamer
Steamer connections for New York and andBoston andBaton d dBolton
Boston as well as train connections for forall forall forall
all Southern cities are made dally at atNorfolk atNorfolk atNorfolk
Norfolk NorfolkNorfolk NorfolkNorfolk NorfolkNorfolk
Norfolk and nd Washington steamers com compare eompare costpare ¬
pare with regular octAiijoro OCNA oceangoing boats te tethe 1ftthe Inthe
the character and completeness of their theireauimnent theirequipment theirequipment
equipment On the Southland there erestaterooms are arestaterooms 8C8Itateroom
staterooms having private baths Thedining The Thedining Thedining
dining service is notably satisfactory satisfactorySailings ut1sfaetorySa1Unp satisfactorySatlln
Satlln Sailings are made every day in the year yearat yearat yearat
at 645 e p m from th the wharf foot ofSeventh of ofSeventh ofSeventh
Seventh street Most people find the theuptown theuptown theuptown
uptown office In the Bond Building BuI141DcFourteenth 729 720Fourteenth 729Fourteenth
Fourteenth street convenient for obtain obtaining obtainIn obtainlag ¬
lag tickets t1 keta reserving staterooms tc tcThe c cThe c cThe
The steamer St Johns of the new line linebetween Unebetween linebetween
between this city Old Point and Nor Norfolk Nor4folk Norfolk ¬
folk established about a month ago by bythe bythe bythe
the Potomac and Chesapeake e Steamboat SteamboatCompany S SteamboatCompany ambotCompany
Company i Is making JRki trips tri l from this city cityevery cjttwelY cityevery
every Tuesday 1 Thursday and Saturdayleaving Saturday Saturdayleaving I IJeavtng
leaving here at 6 p p m aad arriving at atNorfolk atNorfolk atNorfolk
Norfolk at 7 a a in In On the return trip tripthe tripthe tripthe
the steamer leaves Norfolk io olk Sunday SundayWednesday 8vndayWedDM SundayWednesday
Wednesday 7 and Friday FrS evenings at atp 4d 4 4steam
p m m fWd an d arrive lot this city cat y at 6 a a m mThe in inThe
The staterooms on the St St John are areteam aresteam
steam heated supplied with runnln runnlmwater runnlnwater
water 1 lid nd are equipped with moti motiberths metal metalberthS metaibertha
berths and beds Her saloons ate large largeand J largeand rp rpand
and comfortable and a most dengh denghtrip delightful delightfultrip deUChttultrip
trip can an be had on her She Is 1 manned mannedbv matmedbv mannedby
bv able and courteous officers and no nopains 110p sopains
pains p arespared are spared to please the traveling travelingpublic travellnlpubUo travelingpublic
public A fredalfeature p8Ol1 feature of the service BerYloeI
Is I Is the weekend trips trfparound round trip tripgood tickets ttelcetsgood ticketscod
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day afternoon aternOOlJ and returning leave Nor Norfolk Norfolk Norfolk ¬
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trip at 2 This is a delightful season of ofthe otthe ofthe
the year to visit Norfolk and Old Point Pointand Pointand lnt lntud
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W P EngJeman Eagiem 8IDIUI n secretary of tiM sheReoe tbeReereation tiMRuon
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A certified check for feCft cat urns waase waaseday to today today
day to Robert Murphy of New Tor TorAlexandria YCJriL YCJriLA1exaRtlrla reek reekAlexandria
Alexandria TK K Gunners Tody TodyAt TodallAt
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each team t eacpeeta PMt to play a berg iaardtor pose 881Mtor posefor
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Coach Beverley of the lb Alexandria Ath Athletic MbIota ¬
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out of the fray with the tit long end ef orICOn the Hiescore thescore
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The Seamen baTe ben very quiet Sa Sareprd Laregard
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