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One of tho principal items of business businesstransacted buslnesBtJtan buInssansiaetod
transacted tJtan ansiaetod eted yartvrtiay ye qr ay by the board of ofdirectors otlrQQtors o odIrQtors
directors of th tlMa Chamber of Commerce Commercew3 CoMmerceWM Commerces
w3 s provision for the annual election of ofofltor otolloer4 ofoMoe
ofltor to be told at the lUtefeh Hotel Hotelfcxt Hotenut Hoteltsxt
nut tsxt Tuesday evening eveningThe oventngThe eveningThe
The form of the ticket was decided decidedupon declddupon decidedIpon
upon upon by the directors and by motion motionIt
It was wa directed that the general arrange arrangewants arrangeJtlents arrangeaJtts
wants aJtts of th the last election should prevailthie prevail prevailtills prevailUals
Uals tills year ear and that President Gude BO BOfar eofar somr
far as practicable should appoint the theraft theme thesame
same raft committee It was stipulated that thata
a few more ballot boxae should be pro provided prohied provWed ¬
vided hied and a s little larger force of clerks clerksand olerksand clerksand
and taller appointed a Olnted to facilitate the thecounting1 theeounUng theeOunt1nS
counting1 of the u th vote voteThe voteThe OUt OUtThe
The form of tte ticket appears else elserwhere eI eIprbere s sjwhere
prbere rwhere During the period given by the theAxmetitutton theooneUtution the1oonetitutton
Axmetitutton ooneUtution for forr r posting the names of ofnominees otnel1lnMB ofamIne
nominees amIne for the t e various offices omo of the thehejaber thob8r thechain
< chain hejaber bar none nonoappeared appeared for president pro ldent or orfor ortor orfor
tor for the two vied vle presidents Nominations Nominationsf
f er r theee th officers therefore will be b made madeon madeOft madeoft
Oft the night of the election and the theform theferm theform
form of the ticket leavee blanks for forwriting torwrltlng or orwritlng
writing in the t1i names of s aac Heir clt candidate candidateIt candidat88It
It te assumed that the old officer will willbe ill illbe
be nominated and probably elected electedthough oIectedthough electedthough
though it is understood that others may maybe maybe maybe
be nominated for one or more of the theoffices theoffiees theoffices
offices officesWill
Will VUI Elect lect Twelve Directors DireatorsThe Dlre DirectorsThe tors torsThe
The directors yesterday pasiad upon upontfce upontJM uponthe
the mooted point relative to the appointneiit appoint appointmont appotntMont
mont of two directors who were placed placedin
in office during the year to fill vacancies vacanciesIt
It WM voted that the status of these di direstors direstofs direstore
restore should be decided by tho clauseor clause clausedf cl use useat
df the constitution oonstltutlonopecatlve operative at the time timeof timeot timeof
of their appointment and hence tho Cham Chambar Cbambar Chambt
bar will elect twelve new directors next nextTuesday nextTuesday nextTuesday
Tuesday night instead of ten and the thetwo thetwo thetwo
two directors of tho twelve elected who whoshall whoshall whoshall
shall receive the lowest number of votes votesshall vOteB8a11 votesokall
shall fill the vacancies in 11 l the board boardBy boardBy boardBy
By vote ote of the director the salary of ofthe otthe ofthe
the secretary was raised from J2KK IOG to toJ3HO toa toBo
J3HO a Bo out of appreciation for his valua valuable valusble valuable ¬
ble services to the Chamber and to meet meetan meetan meetan
an offer from the outside which it was wasfeared wasfeared wasfeared
feared the secretary S8 1otaly might accept and andthus andthus andthus
thus sever over his connection with the body bodyThe bodyThe
The board passed rapidly upon numer numerous numerous nurserGus ¬
ous Items 1t8 1S of routine business while In Insession Insession insession
session The resignation re l tlon of W L I Rob Roberto Robertl Roberta ¬
erto chairman of the committee on public publichealth publlohoaUh publichealth
health was laid over to be acted upon uponlater uponlater uponlater
later as the committee will necessarily necessarilybo
be chango immediately after the annualelection annual annualoleotion annualolootion
Favors tie Fast Mall MallA 1lnl1A MallA
A communication from the HarrlsburgBoard Harrisburg IiorrlsburgBoard HarrisburgBoard
Board of Trade relative to the disconUnuance discon discontinuance dlscontinuance ¬
tinuance of tho fast mail service between betweenNew botwjen botwjenNew botwenNew
New York and St St Louis was Indorsed Indorsedand Indorsedand Indorsedawl
and the Chamber will act In unison with withthe withthe wIththe
the Harrisburg body in urging tho replac replacing repll14ng replaoIng ¬
ing ng of tho fast service in suoh way as aathe asthe asthe
the Postoffice Department may see fit fitWilliam fitWilliam gt gtWilliam
William B Shannons resolution rela relative relativo relalive ¬
live to the elimination of the high board boardfence boaratonce boardfence
fence by builders putting up tho lower lowerpicket lowerpicket lowerpicket
picket fence in tho rear of houses was wasadopted wasadopted wasadopted
adopted The board voted to request requestthe requostthe requestthe
the Commissioners Commisslon l8 of the District to en enact ennet enact ¬
act an ordinance ordln nce permitting the erection erectionof orectionot erectionof
of such fences in all parts of the Dis District DIstrict Distrlct ¬
trict With such an ordnance In force It Itis ItIs ItIs
is thought tho oldfashioned high board boardfence boardfenqo boardfcn4o
fence would gradually disappear as the thenew th6new thenow
new lower ones should be constructed constructedWill oonstructedVIII ecnstrjctevll1
Will VIII Lecture on Safety Devices DevicesThe DelccsThe DevicesThe
The secretary was directed to include includeIn lncludoIn Includein
In his notice of the Chamber election one oneof oneof oneof
of a lecture to be given by Mr Tolman Tolmanon Tolmanon Tolmanon
on safety devices in mines In the rooms roomsof roomsot roomsof
of the Chamber next Saturday night nightTreasurer nightTreasurer nightTreasurer
Treasurer Lisner reported a balance of
31555 on hand at the close of the year yearand yearnnd yearand
and asked for an audit committee to ex examine examihe c camlbe ¬
amine his books prior to tho election electionBy electionDy electionBy
By vote Henry B F Macfarland waa wastransferred waatransferred waatransferred
transferred at his own request from the theroll tberoll theroll
roll of honorary members to tho active activelist nctlvolist activelist
list of the Chamber ChamberA
A J resolution T soluUon offered by A C Moses pro protesting protesting protesting ¬
testing against the proposed requirement requirementLlBiETT reQuiromentLIBRETTOS requirementLIBRETTOS
For All the theThat theOPERAS theOPERAS
That will be produced at the theBelasco tbeBelasco theBelasco
Belasco next week weekDROOPS weekDROOPS
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of the Western classification committee committeethat committeethat committeethat
that domestic rugs be packed in boxes boxesrather boxerather boxesrather
rather than rolled upon poles and covered coveredwith covoredwith coveredwith
with burlaps was adopted adoptedAuthority adoptedAuthority adoptedAuthority
Authority was given the committee Onbuilding on onbuilding onbuilding
building trades to make presentations to tothe totho tothe
the Commissioners against tho proposed proposedinareasOj proposedtnqreaso proposedInreaso
inareasOj tnqreaso of plumbing and electric ela trlc light lightIng lIgbtfng lightIng
Ing permits and to ask for a reduction reductionin roduoUOin
in the regulation building permits permitsMANY permitsMANY rmlta rmltaIANY
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was unconscious when Klse stopped tho thoautomobile thoautomobile theautomobile
automobile and ran to the boys aid aidRuss al aidRuss < 1 1Russ
Russ was removed to Casualty Hospital HospitalIn
In an ambulance He had not regained regainedconsciousness regnlnolcons regainedconsciousness
I Iho
consciousness cons lousnoss at a 0 late hour It la feared fearedhe fearedhe
he will not live liveWalter liveWa1t liveWalter
Wa1t Walter r Mason negro was Injured about nbouti
8 oclock while coasting down a 0 hill InFirst in inFirst InFirst
First between Pierce and 1 L streets streetsnorthwest stroetsnorthwest streetsnorthwest
northwest The sled overturned throw throwing thro throing throwIng ¬
ing tho negro to the ground He was wasremoved wasremoved wasremoved
removed to Emergency Hospital in anambulance an anambulance auambulance
ambulance suffering from rQm a fracture of oftho otthe ofthe
the leg and other Injuries InjuriesAnticipating InjuriasAnUolpatlng InjuriesAntlolpating
Anticipating Injuries to children coast coasting COlllSting coastlag ¬
ing in the streets Maj Sylvester Slv ter has hastwice hastw1eo hastwice
twice issued Instructions to tho police policedirecting policedirecting policedirecting
directing tho sport be stopped stoppedMrs stoppedIrs stoppedMrs
Mrs Irs Dcvcreuux Hurt HurtMrs HurtMrs HurtMrs
Mrs Caroline Devereaux sixtythreeyears sixtythree sixtythreeyears sixtythree6U8
years 6U8 old of Philadelphia is at a tho thohome thohomo thehome
home of relatives 2WL 1 North Capitol Capitolstreet Capitoletroflt Capitolstreet
street suffering from injuries received receivedIn
In an accident about noon The woman womanwas womanwas womanwas
was crossing crossln at North Capitol and V Vi VBtre Vstreets
i streets Btre tS whenshe when she was knocked down by byan byan byan
an automobile auto1n blle Dr Harry M L Kaufman Kaufmanof
of the Burlington who was operating operatingthe oporatlngthe operatingthe
the machine jumped out and wont to tothe tothe tothe
the assistance ns istanco of Mrs Devereaux verenux Dr DrKaufman DrKnurman DrKaufman
Kaufman placed the woman in the th auto automobile automobile automobile ¬
mobile and removed her to the North NorthCapitol NorthCapitol NorthCopitol
Capitol street address He dressed herInjuries her herInjuries harInjurios
Injuries She Is suffering from contusions contusionsand contusionsand contulonsand
and lacerations on the head and body bodyHer bodyHer bodyHer
Her condition is not serious seriousWhile seriousWhile seriousWhile
While crossing Fourteenth street bo botween botween hotween
tween New York avenue and an G street streetnorthwest meet meetnorthwe streetnorthwest
northwest about noon Richard Bowling Bowlingforty BowJtngforty Bowlingforty
forty years ears old 01 of Berwyn Md td was wasstruck wasstruck vasstruck
struck by an automobile and knocked knockedto
to the ground sustaining injuries lnjUri s to th thright the thedeht theright
right leg and arm The automobile automobilewhich automobl1owhleb automobilewhich
which Is owned by Representative C C CPratt CPratt CPratt
Pratt of Pennsylvania P6nns Ianla was occupiedby occupied occupiedby
by b several vernl women and operated by Fr Fred Frederlok Frededok d doriok
oriok Thomas Bowling was placed in inthe Inthe Inthe
the tonneeu and a run was made m de to toEmergency toEmergency tomorgoncy
Emergency morgoncy Hospital His condition is isnot 1snot isnot
not serious
Frightened Frl htened by a passing a ahorse ahorse ahorse
horse attached to a 8 buggy driven driv t1 by byCharles byCbarl88 byCharles
Charles M Plunkett 423 N street north northwest northwest northwest ¬
west became frightened at Fourteenth Fourteenthand Fourteenthand Fourteenthand
and U streets northwest shortly before
1 oclock In the afternoon and collided collidedwith coUldedwith collidedwith
with a 0 Corby bakery bl C 1J wagon driven by byOliver byOltvGr byOliver
Oliver Keith of MS iI 3S C street northwest northwestKeith northwestKeith northwestKeith
Keith saw the team to m approaching but be hewas bewas bewas
was unable to drive his horse out of the thepath thepth tirepath
path of the animal Neither Plunkett nor norKeith norKeith norKeith
Keith was injured Damage to the buggy buggyis
is estimated at 5 5In 6In 5In
In Pennsylvania Ponnsylv nla avenue omuI near Eleventh Eleventhstreet Eleventhatreet Eievonthstreet
street northwest about 5 oclock In the theafternoon theafternoon theafternoon
afternoon William Roberts thirtythree thirtythreeyears thlrtythrQayears thirtythreeyears
years old of Soldiers Home slipped on onthe Ofttbe onthe
the ice and fell sustaining a cut on the theface theface theface
face and bruises about the body Ho Howas Howas Howas
was removed to Emergency Hospital HospitalTaJcen HospitaLTWeen HospitalThken
TaJcen to Hospital HospitalJobJ JlollpltalJoqft hospitalJoII
JoII JobJ W Murphy fortytwo years Y ars old oldof oldof oldof
of 168 l Ninth street southeast Is at Homeo Homeopathic HomeoJftthlc Homeopathic ¬
pathic Hospital Buffering from injuries injuriesreceived Injuriesreceived Injuriesreceived
received when a horse fell on him Mur Murphy 1turpby Murithy ¬
phy was shooing the animal in front of ofa orsbop ofa
a a shop at TW P street northwest when whenthe w wjren wjrenthe en enthe
the horse slipped on the ice Ice and knocked knockedhim knockedhim knockedhim
him down Murphy received a a fracture fractureof fractoreoC fractureof
of a leg It is believed he h received rech ed In Internal Internal internal ¬
ternal injuries injuriesNear injurluNear InjuriesNear
Near Thirteenth and F streets north northwest northwest northwest ¬
west shortly after 6 oclock Frank Catri Catricala Catrtca1a CatricaIn
caIn thirtythree years old of 1211 L Lstreet Lstreet Lstreet
street northwest t slipped and fell fractur fracturing fracturIng tractorlug ¬
ing his right shoulder Ho was removed removedin removedIn
in an atnbulanoe IUpbulAnc to Emergency Emer ne3 Hospital HespitaLBernard Hespita1Bernard HospitalBernaM
Bernard Grady twentyseven years old oldof oldot oldof
of Silver Spring Md was removed to toEmergency toEmer5enc toEmergency
Emergency Hospital about 7 oclock suffeting suf suffering suffering ¬
fering from an injury to the beck re received received recelved ¬
ceived when ho fell in front of a house houseat houseat houseat
at 1418 I street northwest He is not notseriously notseriously notseriously
seriously hurt hurtAbout hurtAbout hurtAbout
About 830 oclock Augustus Boone Boonefortytwo Boonefortytwo Boonefortytwo
fortytwo years old negro living at 1515 1mTwentysixth 1515Twentyslxth 1515Twentysixth
Twentysixth street northwest fell in infront Intront Infront
front of 718 Seventeenth street northwest northwestHo northwestlIe northwestHo
Ho Injured his right arm and sustained sustaineda
a laceration of the face He was removed removedto
to Emergency mergency Hospital HospitalFrederick HOiJpltalFrederick HospitalFroderhk
Frederick Groff and another boy were wereInjured weroInjured wereInjured
Injured about 530 oclock while coasting coastingdown cOIl5t1ngdown coastingdown
down a hill In Nineteenth street north northwest northWoot northwont ¬
west The boys lost control of the sled sledIt sledIt sledIt
It swerved to one side ran Into the curb curbing curbing curbing ¬
ing and threw them across the pavement pavementagainst pavElmentagainst pavementagainst
against a fence fenceWitnesses fencoWitnesses fenceWItnesae
Witnesses of tho accident ran to the theassistance the8881stanc6 theassistance
assistance of the youths Neither Groff Groffnor Groftnor Grolnor
nor his mate was able to walk They were wereremoved wereremoved wereremoved
removed to their homes Physicians were weresummoned weresummoned weresummoned
summoned as the parents of the boys did didnot didnot didnot
not wish them th m removed to a hospital hospitalIt
It will probably bo several days before beforeGroff betoreGroft beforeGroft
Groft can leave the house houseAnother houseAnot11cr houseAnother
Another Coaster Hart HartElmore lIartElmore I1urtElmore
Elmore Herrell was Injured while coast coasting coastIng coastlag ¬
ing on a hill where the police pbUce had forbid forbidden forbidden forbidden ¬
den the sport Ho had been coasting coastingnearly coastingnoorly coastingnearly
nearly an hour before the accident occur occurred occurred occurred ¬
red It was a few tm mmutea after 5 oclock oclockThe ocloakThe oclookThe
The boy was coasting rapidly In North NorthCarolina NorthCaroUna NorthCarolina
Carolina avenue between First and Sec Second Second Seeond ¬
ond streets southeast He saw a car run running running running ¬
ning on tho tracks at the bottom of the thehill thehill thebill
hill but was unable to steer s eer clear The Thesled Thesled Thesled
sled ran Into the car throwing tho boy boyagainst boyngalnst boyagainst
against the trucks He was picked up un unconsolous unconsaous unconsolous
consolous consaous and carried to his home Physi Physicians Ph Physiclans 5I 5Iclans ¬
clans learned he was not seriously hurt hurtTimothy hurtTimothy hurtTimothy
Timothy J Desmond thirty years old olda olda olda
a conductor employed on the Richmond RichmondFredericksburg RichmondFrederloksburg RichmondFredericksburg
Fredericksburg and Potomac Railroad Railroadslipped RaUrondsUpped Railroadslipped
slipped on Ice in the Jersey freight yards yardsat yardsat ards ardsat
at South Capitol and Virginia avenue avenuesoutheast avenuesoutheast avenuesoutheast
southeast about 630 oclock and fractured fracturedhis fracturedhis fracturedhis
his left leg He was removed to his hishome hishome hishome
home 463 H street southwest in a 0 patrol patrolwagon patrolwagon patrolwagon
wagon from tho Fourth precinct precinctWhile precinctWhile precinctWhile
While leaving a 0 house at 1913 Third Thirdstreet Thlrastreet Thirdstreet
street northwest where she he is employed employedaa
as a domestic Fannie Johnson negro negrothirtyeight negrothirtyeight negrothirtyeight
thirtyeight years old 219 Q street north northwest northw08t northwest ¬
west slipped and fell breaking her right rightarm rightarm rightarm
arm She was removed to Freedmans FreedmansHospital FreedmansHlspltnl FreedmansHspltal
Hospital In the automobile patrol fromthe from fromtho tromthe
the Second precinct station stationWhile stattonWhIle stationWhile
While skating In Pennsylvania avenue avenuenear avenuenonr avenuenear
near Nineteenth street northwest about
916 oclock Edward Thomas twenty twentythree twentythreo twentythreo
threo years old 926 French street north northwest northWost northwest ¬
west west fell and sustained cuts and bruises bruisesHo bruIsesHe bruisesHo
Ho was removed to tho office of a physi physician physician physiclan ¬
cian and later went home homeEcho homeE homeEcho
Echo E ho o of Astor ator Yacht Episode EpisodeA
A resohitioB resctut1 calling on the Secretary Sen etaiy of the theTreasury theTreaur1 theTreezrlrZ
Treasury to ° Inform tho House IIou under what au authority authorIty asthoilty ¬
thority revenue critters were sent in search of the theNounnahol theNoininahol theNounnAhol
Nounnahol John Jacob ab Astors yacht which dis disfall dIsaI disapjearrd
aI apjearrd Utd f for a time during the Wcst Indf Indies stcmi stcmibit torm9 torm9lat
lat fall was ss reported far foTcrabl1 < rably yesterday by the theCommutes thoOmlmlttee thesnmlttee
Commutes on Expenditures In the Treasury Do Department DoPArtment Dopertinent ¬
Pile Piles Cured In 6 to t 14 Dn7JI Dn7JIo Day
Pazo o Ointment is guaranteed to cure cureany cureany Cuteany
any case of Itching Blind Bleeding or orges
Protruding Pr trudlng ges Piles in In 6 to 14 days or money moneyrefunded moneyrefunded
refunded 600 < <
Men and Beasts Slip and andSlide andSlide andSlide
Slide All Day Long LongHORSES IJongHORSES 14011gHORSES
Humane Society Gets Twenty Twenty Calls Callsfor Gnn Callsfor i itor
for Aid AidGunny Gunuy Sacking Wrapped WrappedAround WrappedAround VrnppcdAround
Around Hoofs Is Found < < the Best BestProtection DeBtProtectionRain HeatFrotectionflain
Protection ProtectionRain Rain and Higher Tem Temperature Tcmvernture Ternperature ¬
perature the Prediction for Today TodayWashlngtonlans Todu ToduWashingtonians TodayWashingtonians
Washingtonians who ventured out outafoot outAfoot outafoot
afoot yesterday had h d to test their skill skillin skillIn skillIn
in skates skits jolts O1tS and shifts of allsortsin all allsorts aUsortsIn
sorts sortsIn In fact every manner and mode modeof modoot modeof
of locomotion except straight everyday everydaywalking everydaywalking everydaywalking
walking walkingObservers walkingObsorvers walkingObservers
Observers who sat snugly In comfort comfortable comtortable comfortable ¬
able bay windows caught sight of freaks freaksand freaksand freaksand
and caprices wherever their eyes rested restedon restodon restedon
on men women children or beasts beastsabroad bea beastsabroad ts tsnbroad
abroad on the the slippery sllp ry streets It 1t was wasall wngall wasall
all the same humanity and the brutes bruteswere brut bruteswere s swere
were curiously Jumbled and all because becauseth becausethe becausethe
th the weather had played a prank with wfthwalks withwalks withwalks
walks and pavements pavementsWeather pavemontsWeather pavementsWeather
Weather indications boded ill through throughout throughout throughout ¬
out tho morning and by 11 oclock a amisty 11misty amisty
misty misty sleet commenced to fall At noon noonthe noonthe noonthe
the transformation was complete completeThroughout completeThroughout completeThroughout
Throughout tho length and breadth of ofthe otthe ofthe
the city walks and pavements were cov covered coverad coyorod ¬
ered with tho thin smooth Icy coating coatingand coatingand coatingand
and then the fun began begantun fun for every everybody everybody everybody ¬
body except toopt those who made It ItThey It ItThe ItThey
They The were all in the race Old men menand menand menand
and young Oung matrons and gay misses had hadan hadan hadan
an equal ohance An ascent or a descent descentin descentIn descentIn
in any street was a signal for some something something something ¬
thing doing Straightway the pedes pedestrians pedestrians pedestrians ¬
trians danced and shuffled and reeled reeledthrowing reeledthrowln retiedthrowing
throwing throwln Delsarte to the winds In a mad madeffort madetrort madeffert
effort to gain a 5 lamppost or any old post postthat postthat postthat
that held out hope of security for sound soundfooting soundtooting soundfooting
footing was not to be had Here there thereeverywhere thereeverywhere thereeverywhere
everywhere might a stranded wayfarer wayfarerbo wayfarerbe
be seen treed if the protector happened happenedto
to be a tree but wildly clinging to what whatever whatever ¬
ever object offered assurance urance of at least leasta
a semiperpendicular postureMany posture postureMany posturetI
Many tI ny Resolutions Broken
Where the way was clear of Inviting Invitingobjects Invitingobjects invitingobjects
objects to which the fainting traveler travelermight travelermight travolermight
might tie up the law of gravitation was wasinexorable wasinexorable wasInexorable
inexorable Tho theory of the earths earthsattraction oarthsattraction earthsattraction
attraction was demonstrated In hundreds hundredsof
of cases At the same time New Years Yearsresolutions Yearsre Yearsresolutions
resolutions re olutlons were broken without number numberWhat numberWbat numberVhsLt
What many a sprawling hapless and andhelpless andhelploos andhelpless
helpless father may m have said Is pur purposely purpoioly purposeiy ¬
posely omitted on account of the evil ef effect etfeet offeet ¬
feet the repetition might have on those thomof thoseof tholoof
of tender tender years yearsHorse yearsHorse oars oarsHorse
Horse vehicles were abandoned quite quitegenerally quiterenerall quitegenerally
generally in 11 the afternoon except In cases casesof CflS casesof s sot
of dire necessity nece ttr Street cars made Im Imperfect Imperf irsperfect ¬
perfect perf t progress Telegraph and tele telephone telephone telephone ¬
phone wires wlr suffered less perceptibly perceptiblySteam porceptiblyStM perceptiblySteam
Steam StM l traffic was somewhat disturbed disturbedbut dlsturbodbut dIsturbedbut
but not seriouslyAnd seriously seriouslyAnd ser1outilyAnd
And now the Weather Bureau which whichforcaBted whichtorcsted whichforcasted
forcaBted this evil sounds a note of hope hopethat hovothat hopethat
that the Ice will today give way before beforea
a rising temperature Rain is on the theboards theboards theboards
boards for today and settled atmospheric atmosphericconditions ntmosphericconditions atmosphericconditions
conditions are not promised until tomor tomorrow tomorroW tomorrow ¬
row night nightTho nlrbtTho nightThe
Tho temperature which was IS degrees degreesabove degreesabove degreesabove
above aero 2ero yesterday afternoon at atoclock 2 2oclock 2a
oclock a clock had ascended to 26 6 at 945 94 oclock oclocklast oclock88t oclocklast
last 88t evening and it was stated it would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be above the freezing point by 6 or 7 7oclock 7oclock 7oclock
oclock this morning by which time the thesleet thesleet thesleet
sleet will m have become rain rainHumane rainlIumnne rainHumane
Humane Society BUST DuaySecrotar BusySecretary BUSTSecretary
Secretary Secrotar John P Heap of the humane humanesociety humaneaocl humanesociety
society aocl ty said yesterday was thc worst worstday worstday worstday
day for dumb beasts he had experienced experiencedin
in the four years of o his connection with withthe withthe withthe
the society He put in a busy day da send sending senaIng sendlag ¬
ing out his five agents to the various variouspoints varIouspoints variouspoints
points of the compass from which calls callsand 00119I callsand
I and complaints came In There were weretwenty wereI waretwenty
I twenty calls for help to got horses and andmules andmules andmules
mules on their feet feetA feetA feetA
A mule Is a much wiser brute than hd hdgots h hgots irtIgets
gots credit for While Whn a a horse b rSG Is a 0 cau cautious cautious eautious ¬
tious animal he will attempt to raise raisehimself misehimself raisehimself
himself If given half a chance but the themule themule themule
mule will viIl lie calmly and lot the other otherfellow otherteJIow otherfellow
fellow do the worrying worryingIt
It took three agents ot the Humane HumaneSociety Hum1noSocloty HumaneSociety
Society all the passersby In the neighborhood neigh neighborhood neighborhood ¬
borhood and a pan of coal ashes to raise raisea
a mule who lost its footing In Dupont DupontCircle DupontCirole DupontCircle
Circle And the combined forces worked workedfor workedfor workedfor
for an hour and a half before tho animal ani animal animal ¬
mal was on his legs Believing that thatdiscretion thatdiscretion thatdiscretion
discretion Is the bettor part of valor ex exthe 0 0the cthe
the mule refused to budge until ho was wassatisfied wassntisfied wassatisfied
satisfied that his efforts would not meet meetwith meetwith meetwith
with further mishap Such Instances Mr MrHeap MrHenp MrHeap
Heap said are common in the work of oftho attho ofthe
tho society
Teams Overloaded OverloadedFrom OerloolciIFrom OverloadedFrom
From practically every street In the theelevated theelevat6d theelevated
elevated portion of the northwest lying lyingabove lyingbovo lyingabove
above bovo Florida avenue came complaints complaintsof
of overloaded teams In all cases there therewould therowould therewould
would have been no trouble except for forthe forthe forthe
the ice but it was impossible to make makeprogress makeprogress makeprogress
progress with even a 0 light load The Thehumano Thehumane Thehumane
humane agents ag nts wore able to suggest suggestdoubling suggestdoubUng suggestdoubling
doubling up or other means of relief In Inmost Inmost inmost
most cases In a 0 few of these particu particular parttcu1ar particular ¬
lar calls it was necessary to abandon abandonloads abandon10nds abandonloads
loads There was only one arrest that thatof thatof thatof
of a 0 negro who was beating a horse In InNew InNew inNew
New Hampshire avenue near M street streetConditions streetConditions StreetConditions
Conditions were complicated among gen genoral genoral genoral
oral delivery and work teams owing to totho totho tothe
tho fact that the sleet did not make Its Itsappearanco Itsappearanco Itsappearance
appearanco until toward noon Teams left lefttheir lefttheir lefttheir
their stables In th3 morning entirely un unprepared unprepared onprepared ¬
prepared for an emergency the change changecame changecame changecame
came suddenly and the result was thatin that thatin thatIn
in all parts of the city It was necessary necessaryto
to take horses from vehicles which were wereleft werelett wereleft
left standing In tho streets streetsRelief streetsReUet streetsRelief
Relief for many horses was brought broughtabout broughtabout broughtabout
about by a means which Agent Heap com commended commended cornmended ¬
mended last evening as the most practi practiCapital practlCapital practiand
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duct of this institution during duringits duringits duringits
its lengthy career careerStart careerStart careerStart
Start an account in our ourbanking ourbanking ourbanking
banking departmentwhere department depa ent entwhere
where safety jmd m d interest arc arennnired arcnurured arcasmired
nnnired Same rate of interest interestpaid tntere Interestpaid t tpnld
paid on both large and small mw ac acconnts account nocounts
count conntsNational countNational countsNational
National Savings SavingsTrust SavingsTrust i iTrust
Trust Company CompanyCor
Cor isth rth and New York Ave AveFORTYTHIRD AveFORTYTHIRD AveIORTYTHmD
cal because simplest and cheapest Itcorrelate It Itconstots Itcon8111t8
correlate simply In wrapping the horses horseshoofs honseshoors homeshoots
hoofs In gunny sack and tying tho sack sacking sackIng sacking ¬
ing above the ankles The agent agent says if ifdrivers Ifdrivers
drivers and owners of teams would al always always a aways ¬
ways be equipped with thin simple emer emergency emergency emergency ¬
gency outfit many such Inconveniences as aswere nswero asware
were witnessed yesterday wouji wou wou41 t be beavoided beavoded beavoided
avoidedThero avoided avoidedThere avodedThere
There are other means such as shoes shoeswith ahO shoeswith s swlt
with wlt rubber pads which ore very ex expensive expensive axpensFve ¬
pensive chain stalls which are effective effectivealthough effeotlvealthough effectivealthough
although clumsy and artd expensive adjust adjustable adjustable adjustable ¬
able calks and independent pads neither neitheror neitheror neitheror
or which receive very hearty Indorse Indorsement Indorsemont indorsemont ¬
mont from horsemen horsemenninckimltlis horsemenDlnclumltlul horsemenBinckazziltli
ninckimltlis Good Day DayOf DnyOt DayOf
Of course with tho appearance of the thesleet thesleot thesleet
sleet there was a mad rush to the black blacksmith blaokfml1h blacksmith ¬
smith shops a rush so great gr at that com comparatively oomparatlveh cornparatlvcly ¬
paratively few of the patrons could be beaccommodated beaccommodated beaccommodated
accommodated The smooth pavements pavementswear pav pavimentswear ments mentswen
wear wen I the shoes with surprising rapidity rapidityso
so that a sudden glare always means meansgreat meansgreat meansgreat
great inconvenience In some Northern Northerncities Northerncities Northerncities
cities ordinances compel the keeping of ofhorses othorses ofhorses
horses roughshod but such a measure measurehas moasurohIlA measurohas
has never found advocates here because becauseof becnuseat becauseof
of the comparatively few days when whensuoh whensuohpreoautlons whonsuohprecautions such suchprecautions
precautions are a necessity necessityDepartment necessityDepartment necessityDepartment
Department stores ordered their teams teamsin teamsIn teamsin
in for the most part as a soon as it was waspossible wnspossible waspossible
possible to get them back after tho ice icespread iaespread ieespread
spread over the streets Parker Bridget BridgetCo BridgetCo BridgetCo
Co S Kann Sobs 8 Co and Saks SaksCo SaksCo 8 8Co
Co abandoned wagon delivery and made madeuse madeuse madeuse
use of the street oars Woodward WoodwardLothrop WoodwardLotheop 8 8Lothrop
Lothrop use automobiles for the most mostpart mostpart mostpart
part for delivery purposes and suffered sufferedlittle tlutrcredlittle sufferedlittle
little difficulty W B Moses Sons had hadair hadaU hadall
air of the firms horses roughshod aariy aariyIn arly arlyin rly rlyIn
in the day and so suffered no po incon inconvenience Inconvenlence Inconvenionee ¬
venience venienceTho venlenceTho venioneeThe
Tho trolley experienced a hard day but butkept butltept butkept
kept pretty well to schedule by a a liberal liberaluse IIboraluse liberaluse
use of sand The greatest re test Inconvenience Inconveniencewas
was experienced on F and O streets fltreetawhere fttroetwhero streetswhere
where cars wero at a standstill for fortwenty fortwonty fortwenty
twenty minutes beginning at about 630 630oclock 630oclock 630oclock
oclock owing to the fact that the slots slotswere slotswero slotswere
were frozen frozenThe frozenThe frozenThe
The Postal Telegraph Company re reported reported reported ¬
ported that no Inconvenience was expert axperlI experlenoed expertenced
I enoed with its wires The Western Union Unionreported Unionreported Unionreported
reported conditions conf1IUons con iltlons not quite normal but butsuffered butButrered butsuffered
suffered no serious handicap nor was dif difficulty dltficult difIlculty ¬
ficulty ficult experienced In the th local telephone telephonedistrict telephonedlstrlot telephonedistrict
districtSTREETS district districtSTREETS dlstrlotSTREETS
Slippery Condition Causes Several SeveralNarrow SeveralNaITOw SeveralNarrow
Narrow Escapes During Day
Five Fire In District Extinguished ExtinguishedBefore BxtlngulahedDefore ExtinguishedBefore
Before Gnlniujj Hoadway lIeniIunTlnrre lIeniIunTlnrregate AfffiTre AfffiTreB
gate B te Lots Iies Less Than 200 200Although 5O 5OAlthough O OAlthough
Although there were several narrow narrowescapes narrowoICnpes narrowescapes
escapes while engine companies were wererunning wererunning wererunning
running over slippery streets to the moos scaneof moosof lfte lfteot
of fires yesterday osterda there were no acal acaldents scsidents I Idents
dents Chief Wagner agner had h d ordered every everyhorse everyhorse everyhorse
horse in the department rouglishod and andthe andthe andthe
the work was completed before nightfallFive nightfall nightfallFive nlghtfnlLFh8
Five fires were ere extinguished yesterday yeatwdaybefore Y08tardnybetore yesterdaybefore
before they gained headway hesdwa the aggre aggregate aggregato aggregate ¬
gate less being less than 1N 2M Three Threeblazes Threoblazes Threeblazes
blazes were the result of defective fluesthe flues fluestho fiuestho
tho fourth was 88 caused by flames coming comingin comingin
in contact with oil poured on a water waterpipe watorplp waterpipe
pipe plp tfc melt ice and the origin of the thefifth thetltth thefifth
fifth fire has not beon learned learnedFire leamodFlro learnedFire
Fire in a defective flue in the home of ofWilliam otWitUam ofWilliam
William Sutton a negro residing in Ala Alabama Al Albama Alabarns ¬
bama avenue near Garfield Hospital re reBultod reBultod tosuited
Bultod in 3 damage about 730 pclock in inthe Inthe inthe
the morning An n alarm was as sounded from frombox frombox frombox
box US 3 About two hours later No No6 5 En Engine Engine Engino ¬
gine Company was sent to 1436 Wisconsin Wisconsinavenua WIsconsinavenue Vl5conslnavenue
avenue northwest oocupled by P J JStormbeck JStorrnbeck JStormbock
Stormbeck A defective chimney flue fluecaused fiueMused fluecaused
caused a small fire but there was no nodamage nodamage nodamage
damage damageShortly damageShortly damageShortly
Shortly before 10 1 oclock in the morning morningbox morningbox morningbox
box 127 was sounded for nre fire In the horns hornsof borneor homeof
of L 1 W Cook at 71S 71 I street northwest northwestAn northvestAn northwestAn
An occupant of the house while whiI endeavor endeavoring ondoovorIng endeavorIng ¬
ing to molt ic Ice clogged in a water pipe pipestarted pipestarted pipestarted
started a fire which resulted r Sulted in 1109 100 dam damage damage darnage ¬
age The blaze was confined to tho rear rearroom rearroom rearroom
room on th the second floor Originating in ina Ina ina
a defective flue fire threatened to de destroy destroy destray ¬
stroy the home of N H lL Kraft at Kenll Kenllworth KenUworth KenIlworth
worth avenue and Q street northeast northeastabout northoastabout northeastabout
about 1 oclock In the afternoon Two Twocompanies Twocompanies Twocompanies
companies extinguished the blaze after a aloss nlos5 aloss
loss of 100 100Fire 100Flro 1 1Fire
Fire was discovered about 6 oclock In Intho Intho inthe
tho afternoon In the cellar of a house at
3180 Fourteenth street northwest occupied occupiedby occupiedb occupiedby
by b Frederick Frederl k Wathar The blaze was ex extinguished extinguished oxtinguished ¬
tinguished boforo it caused damage Its Itaorigin Itsorigin Itsorigin
origin has not been learned learnedTWO learntidTWO learnedTWO
Utica N Y L Jan 6 Two lives were werolost werelost werelost
lost In this section during tho past pasttwentyfour pasttwentytour pasttwentyfour
twentyfour hours as a result of ex extreme extromo extrome ¬
treme cold coldDriving coJdDrlvlnl coldDriving
Driving home last night Morgan Tot Tuffey Tutfe Totfey
fey fe an aged farmer of Newmarket bo bocamo bocamo hocame
camo held In a a snow drift After res rescuing rescuing roecuing ¬
cuing his horse and placing the animal In Ina ina
a 0 neighbors barn he borrowed a pair of ofsnow ofsnow ofsnow
snow shoes and started for his homo Ho Hofailed Hofailed Hofailed
failed to arrive and searchers were sent sentout sentOUt sentout
out They tracked him across the fields fieldsand field9and fieldsand
and late last night found him deadThe dead deadThe deadThe
The second victim of the storm was wasMiss wasMiss wasMiss
Miss Harriet Waite sixtyfour years old oldwho oldwho oldwho
who also resided near Newmarket She Shestarted Shestarted Shestarted
started to walk to Carthage to pay hertaxes her hertaxes hertaxes
taxes and was overtaken by a blizzard blizzardShe bUnnrdShe blizzardShe
She perished within o quarter of a a mile mileof mUeot mileof
of her home She had wandered oft the theroad theroad theroad
road in the blinding storm and lost herdirection her herdirection herdirection
direction directionFIFTY directionFIFTY directionFIFTY
Ottawa Jan 5 6Heavy Heavy storms raged ragedthroughout rngedthroughout ragedthroughout
throughout Canada today to ay At Brandon Brandonand Brandonand Brandonand
and Northwest points the temperature temperaturewas
was as low as 50 0 degrees below zero At AtOttawa AtOttawa AtOttawa
Ottawa it was 18 below belowWinnipegSnow belowWinnipegSnow N NWinnipeg
Winnipeg WinnipegSnow Snow falling In considerable considerablebulk considerablebulk considerablebulk
bulk in Manitoba and Eastern Saskatche Saskatchewan Saskatchewnn Saskatchewan ¬
wan wanElgin wnnElgin wanElgin
Elgin Manitoba MnnltobarFlrst First train of the year yeargot yeargot yeargot
got through this afternoon being an anemergency anemergency anemergency
emergency train dispatched on Saturday Saturdayfrom Saturdayfrom Saturdayfrom
from Winnipeg and carrying passengers passengersbut passengersbut passengersbut
but no mall mallFrederlcton mnnFredericton mallFredericton
Fredericton New Brunswick BrunswickThe The exces excessive excessive excessivo ¬
sive cold which was accompanied here hereby hereby hereby
by a a severe wind has been general on onthe onthe onthe
the Upper st St John River The city citythermometer citythermometer citythermometer
thermometer here last night registered
13 degrees below zero zeroICE e eICE eICE
Chicago Jan 5 5Chlcago Chicago and the Cen Central CenlTal Conteal
teal Western States are still in the grip gripof gripot gripof
of severe weather eather Extreme cold snow snowstorms snowstorms snowstorms ¬
storms and blizzards continue to rage rageRailroads rageRaUroads rageRailroads
Railroads in all 11 directions dJf CUons report serious seriousinterference1 serSou9tltertermco serioustzrterercnco
interference1 to train service In Xx Chicago Ch1c ChicagoV go
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An old customer who is still a customer handed us the bill billabove binabove billabove
above reproduced reproducedhe he thought it might interest us usand and it does We Weare Weare Weare
are proud of it proud of the record it shows j proud of the confidence confidenceshown confidenceshown confidenceshown
shown us by the Washington people all these years proud of the thegenerations thegenerations thegenerations
generations of families shown on our books as satisfied customers customersSince customersSince customersSince
Since then we have grown growngrolvn grown with Washington Instead Insteadof Insteadof Insteadof
of quoting as in those days goods at Philadelphia and New York Yorkprices Yorkprices Yorkprices
prices we ve have established Washington prices and are continually continuallyshipping continuallyshipping continuallyshipping
shipping to Philadelphia Philadel hia New York and elsewhere throughout throughoutthe
the country countryFounded countryW countrywe
Founded 1861 F St Cor 11th
the street cars were seriously impeded to today today today
day following the sleet of last night nightFrom nightFrom nightFrom
From Milwaukee it ia reported that the theblizzard thebUzzard thebUzzard
bUzzard of last ast night was followed by byconsiderably bye byeonsiderabiy
considerably e lower temperature The Thestorm Thestorm Thestorm
storm caused local street railway and su suburban suburban soburban ¬
burban lines much trouble and some of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the latter were tied up by huge drifts driftsDamage driftsDamage driftsDamage
Damage to telegraph and telephone wires wiresthroughout wiresthrouJhout wiresthroughout
throughout the State is also reported reportedExtreme reportedExtreme reportedExtreme
Extreme cold prevails in Nebraska NebraskaAt NebraskaAt
At Omaha the thermometer registered registeredten regllteredI
ten degrees below zero and at Lincoln Lincolnfourteen Lincolnfourteen Lincolnfourteen
fourteen Clear CI r weather prevaIledthroughout prevailed prevailedthroughout prevailedthroughout
throughout the State StateIn StateIn StateIn
In Kansas Missouri and other South Southwestern Southwestern Southwestern ¬
western States rain which fell during the thenight thenight thenight
night froze roe today and prostrated tele telegraph telegraph talegraph ¬
graph and telephone communication communicationRailroad communicationRaUroad communicatIonRailroad
Railroad trains were from one to ten tenhours tenhours tenhour
hours hour late Train No No4 4 on tile San Pe Pedro Pedro Fedro ¬
dro Salt Lake and Los Angeles Rail Railroad Railroad Railroad ¬
road duo at Salt Lake from Los Angeles AngelesJanuary Angel AngelJanuary AngelesJanuary
January 1 is marooned In the desert at atCollente atCoUente atColiente
Collente Nev and 150 passengers are arewithout are1thout arewithout
without means of escape The track on onboth onboth onboth
both sides ldea was torn out by floods floodsNEAR noodsZERO floodsNFAR
Sleet and Snow Cause Suffering and andt
Delay of Trains TrainsDallas TrainsDallns TrainsDallas
Dallas Jan J n fv 6The The worst blizzard of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the winter has raged over North Texas to today todny today ¬
day Sleet fell last night changed to tosnow tosnow tosnow
snow at 7 a nx m which fell unintorrupted unintorruptedly
ly all night and day and the coldest coldestweather co1dMtweather coldestweather
weather of the winter is I being expo caperienced experienced exporlen ¬
rienced rlen cd Tho mercury Is two degrees degreesbelow degreesbelow degreesbelow
below zero at Amarlllo and down to toeight toeight toeight
eight degrees egrees above In the country tribu tributary trIbutary tributary ¬
tary to Dallas Sherman Fort Worth andGainesville and andGainesville andGalnesyUle
Gainesville Railroad trains are badly badlydelayed badlydelayed badlydelayed
delayed delayedLABORITES delayedLABORITES delayedlABORITES
Steam Engineer Dnnoe Proclaimed Proclaimedn
n Spctnl SocInt Success SuccessOrganized SuccessOrganized SuccessOrganized
Organized labor scored a social successlast success successlast sucoesslast
last night in the third annual grand grandball gtandball grandball
ball of the International Union of Steam SteamBnglfieers SteamEng1fi SteamEngiheers
Bnglfieers Eng1fi erB under the auspices of Ix Local LocalNo LocalNo > cal calNo
No 99 at old Masonic Temple TempleThere TempleThere TempleThere
There were present young oung men and wo women women wemen ¬
men the wives daughters sons and andfriends andfriendsot andfriends
friends friendsot of members of the th organization organizationAmong organizationAmong organizationAmong
Among the attendants were officers fromthe from fromthe fromthe
the American Federation of Labor Cen Central Centrnl Contral ¬
tral Labor Union and presidents and andothers nndothers andothers
others officers of the various unions unionsseveral unionsseveral unionsseveral
several from Lltimoro Baltimore and a few from fromAlexandria fromAlexandrIa fromAlexandria
Alexandria Hoybergers orchestra fur furnished furnished furnished ¬
nished the music musicThose musicThose musicThose
Those having charge of the ball were wereRail wereBan wereBsil
Rail committee commlttreGeore George NeMomawki chairman chairmanEd cbAlnnIlEd chainnanDd
Ed Venable Ed Neil oil Jaraes Jaa s McKeown B A ASnyder ASnyder ASnyder
Snyder Chris Schikg John torch L 1 C Pot Pottdcer PottcllOCr Pottelger
tdcer J W Houchen and J A Brasheers BrasheersReception BrashBRecepton BrashearsReception
Reception commitfeo ccmmitooEd Ed Neil chairman Gcorss GcorssNeMomanskl GeorIle1 GeoraseldomanI
NeMomanskl le1 omansld James McKoovm L C Go Pettdgw Pettdgwand PettdiWand Pettctuand
and Ed Venable VcnableFloor VenableFloor VenableFloor
Floor committee oornmUt cixtmlttseJ J A Braaheeis chairman chairmanChris clclrn1anChris cbzlrraaxiCbris
Chris Schlag John Lorch B A Snjder and J W WHouchen WHouchen WHouchen
Houchen HouchenThe HouchenThe HouchenThe
The chaperons were wereMesdamea wereCJdAtne8 woreMc3dAmea
Mesdamea CJdAtne8 J T H Lorch Milton Snclltag ll lg GeorgeNeidornanskl George GeorgeNeldomansW GeorgeNeldomanski
NeldomansW Jamea Jarn McKeown J A Braahtare BraahtareJ
J W Benches B A Snyder J Norton Joseph JosephWilner J05eIbWilner ToepbWilner
Wilner C Schlag H N Ward M B Godfrey GodfreyEd GodfrerEd
Ed 4 Nell E D Fletcher and B W Lecke LeckeA LeeiceA LeekeA
A buffett lunch was served at mIdnight mid midnight midnight ¬
Humane I1umnne Society to Meet MeetThe MeetThe Ieet IeetThe
The annual meeting of the Washington WashingtonHumane WashingtonHumane WashingtonHumane
Humane Society will bo held next Tues Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday ¬
day afternoon at 4 oclock In the ban banquet bnnquet banquet ¬
quet hall of the Shoreham Hotel HotelReid RotelReid HotelReid
Reid Will Attend Funeral FnneralWhltelaw FunernlWhItelaw FuneralWhitelaw
WhItelaw Reid Ambassador to Great Britain BritainBailed BritaInIIalled Britainsailed
Bailed from Southampton Tuesday on the steamer steamerSt stwnu8t steamerSt
St Louis for New York to attend the funeral of ofD ofD ofD
D Ogden Osd O dD UUli who bo died in California oa OQnkht Uoodty Mcndyuiiit Uoodtynlfiflt
McKAYCLARKEAt noon Wednes Wednesday Wednesday ednes ¬ j
day January 6 1910 at 1742 F street streetftsfr stetnorihwest I Inorihwest
norihwest ftsfr hv by thft the RIght Iight Rt Vit Rev T v vHarding Alfred AItredHarding AlfredHarding
Harding Bishop of Washington WashingtonALICE WashingtonALICE WashingtonALICE
ALICE RICHARDSON daughter of ofllr atIr ofMr
llr Ir and Mrs W V J P Clarke to Mr MrWILLIAM MrV1LLLU MrWILLIAM
WILLIAM MOORE M ORE McKAY McK < Y of North NorthCarolina NorthCarolina
Carolina North Carolina papers papersplease papersplease papersplease
please copy COP I
CONNOLLY CONNOLLYSuddenlj CONNOLLYSuddenly Suddenly on Wednesday Wednesdaymorning Wednesdaymernlng2 VodnesdaymornlngJ
morning mornlngJ January 5 9 18 1 lPiO at her reef residence resldenc reefdence ¬
dence SK > N street southwest MARY MARYA
A CONNOLLY C C6NNOLLY rNOLLY beloved wife of the thelate thelate thelate
late Michael S Connolly con ConnollyFuneral n all allFuneral V
Funeral Saturday morning mom1n at 530 S30oclock 530oeloek 530oclock
oclock thence to St St Vincent 1 incent de dePauls dePauls doPauls
Pauls Church where requiem mass masswill massw1Jl messwilt
will be said saidLOUIS saidLOUISOI saidLOUISON
LOUIS LOUISOI ON Wednesday January 5 1910 1910at 1910at 1910at
at 330 a m at the thoGeor Georgetown etown Uni University University tintversity ¬
versity Hospital M L A W W LOUIS LOL S In Inthe Intho inthe
the sixtyfourth year ear of his age ageFuneral ageFuneral ageFuneral
Funeral notice later laterMASON InterMASONAt laterMASONAt
MASON MASONAt At St St John New N Brunswick BrunswickHELEN BrunswickHELEN BrunswickHELEN
HELEN MASON daughter of the thelate thelate thelate
late Joseph Mason and sister of Mrs MrsAaron MrsAaron MrsAaron
Aaron Hastings Mrs Gordon Ham Hammond Hammond Hammend ¬
mond and of Mrs J H 1L Alien of this thiscity thiselt thiscity
city cityMcCLOSKBT elt eltMcCLOSKBYOn cityMcCLOSKEYOn
McCLOSKBT McCLOSKBYOn On Tuesday January 4
1910 CHARLES beloved son on of Mary MaryC MaryC ary aryC
C and the late Georgo McCloskey McCloskeyRelatives McCloskeRelatives McCloskeyRelatives
Relatives and friends are respectfully respectfullylavited respectfullyluvlted respectfullyInvited
Invited to attend the funeral from his hislate hislate hislate
late residence 2114 Flagler street streetnorthwest streetnorthwest streetnorthwest
northwest on Friday January 7 at
830 a m thence to St St Martins MartinsChuroh MartinsChuroh MartinsChurch
Churoh where mass will be said at 9 9oclock 9oclock 9oclock
oclock for the repose of his soul In Interment Interment Intorment ¬
terment at Mount Olivet Wilming Wilmington WUmlngton Wilmlngton ¬
ton Del and Elmira N Y papers papersplease paperspleaSd papersplease
please copy copyMEEM copylEEMon copyMEEMOn
lEEMon MEEM On Wednesday January 5 1910at 1910 1910In 1910at
In the eightythird year ear of her age ageFuneral ngeFuneral ageFuneral
Funeral from her late residence 1406 1406Twentyninth 1406Twentyninth 1406Twentyninth
Twentyninth street northwest Fri Friday FrIdaY6 Friday ¬
day January 7 at 3 p m Interment Intermentat
at daY6 Oak oak ak Hill HillMOFFAT HmMOFFATOn HillMOFFATOn
MOFFAT MOFFATOn On Tuesday January 4
1910 at 430 r p m at a her residence
1001 Twentyelphth Twentrel hth street northwest northwestMARY northwestMARY northwestMARY
MARY WHITNEY MOFFAT widow widowof widowat widowof
of Frederick W r Moffat MoffatFuneral MoffatFuneral MoffatFuneral
Funeral private privateMOTEN privateUOTENEntered privateMOTENEntered
MOTEN UOTENEntered Entered Into rest suddenly on onTuesday onTuesday onTuesday
AGATHA beloved daughter ofharles of ofCharles othnrles
Charles H and Daisy E and sister sisterof sistert
of t Thomas C Moten MotenNotice lfotenNotice MotonNotice
Notice of funeral hereafter hereafterSIMMONSOn hereatterSUrMON50n hereafterSIMMONSOn
SIMMONSOn Tuesday January Jnnuar 4 1910 1910at 1910at 1910at
widow of Arthur Simmons SimmonsFuneral SimmonsFuneral SimmonsFuneral
Funeral Saturday January S at 2 p pm pm pm
m from Plymouth Congregational CongregationalChurch CongregatlonnlChurch CongregationalChurch
Church Seventeenth and P streets streetsnorthwest streetsnorthwest streetsnorthwest
northwest Friends Invited Balti Baltimore Baltimore Baitimore ¬
more New York and Boston papers papersplease pnpersrltase papersplease
please copy copyVAWTER COP3VA copyVAWTEROn
VAWTER VA VAWTEROn VTERon On Wednesday January 5
1910 at 130 a m Dr B S VAWTER VAWTERdevoted VAWTERdevoted VAWTERdevoted
devoted husband of Sarah Vawter and andfather anl1father andfather
father of Edmond George David and andEnoch andEnoch nndEnoch
Enoch Vawter and Mrs W N NTowns NTowns NTowns
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