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All Found F o nd in City Milk MilkTyphoid
U Typhoid fever Is not the only disease for which the themilk themIlk th thmilk
milk supply of the hospitals of the District is i responsible responsiblebut responsiblebut 4
but It aids al s also In the spread or tuberculosis scarlet scarletfever scarletfever I
fever and several other otht > r diseases diseasesThe dlseascslho diseasesThe
The foregoing Is a statement made yesterday sterday by Dr DrG DrG DrG
G Lloyd Llo Magrudfer Dr George M Kober and Emile Ber Berliner Borliner Berliner ¬
liner who have recently re entJy made a careful study stud of the themortality themortality themortality
mortality rate from typhoid fever evr In the hospitals of the theDistrict theDistrict theDistrict
District of Columbia and its possible connection with withthe withthe withth
the th milk supplied to patients at t these institutions The Thestatement Thostatement TheStatement
statement was Issued after tho Investigation had been beencompleted beenomplotod beencompleted
From the Star Jaunary 16 1910 1910With 1910f 1910With
f With typhoidinfected milk supplied to the Washington hospitals tuberculous milk milkwidely milkwidely milkwidely
> widely sold and scarlet fever prevalent isnt isnt it time for you to protect yourself and your yourfamily yourfamily yourfamily
> family by using WHITE CROSS MILK MILKflundreds vIILKJundreds I
1 flundreds Jundreds of families fa il es have started the use us of WHITE CROSS MILK during the thepast thepast thei
i past mouth because it is 15 an absolutely safe milk milkPURITY mllkI milkPURITY
Every drop of White Cross Milk is heated and aerated with filtered air air for OVER OVERTWO OVERTVO OVERTWO
TWO HOURS at 140 degrees F and we positively guarantee it to be absolutely free freefrom freefrom freefrom
from disease germs germsWe germsTe germsWe
We Te have spent 100000 to give Washington a pure safe sa e milk supply We e have haveerected haveerected havcerected
erected the finest milk plant in the world with the best modern scientific equipment equipmentYou equipmentf
f 0 You can have the benefit of our perfect facilities without any additional cost costTHE costTHE costTHE
We Ve treat our milk ilk in the country while perfectly fresh bottle it by b machinery in insterilized insterilized insterilized
sterilized bottles with sterilized caps ship it to Washington in our own cars and deliver deliverit
it to your door DIRECT FROM THE CARS CARSEvery CARSEvery CARSEvery
Every hospital hotel lunchroom and family in Washington should use White Cross CrossMilk Cross1l1ilk CrossMilk
Milk exclusively for three reasons reasonsFirst reasonsFirst reasonsFirst
First It is superior to unheated milk because it is absolutely absolutelv freefrom free freefrom freefrom
from typhoid tuberculosis scarlet fever and other disease diseasegerms disease diseasegerms diseasegerms
germs germsSecond germsSecond germsSecond
Second It is superior to milk pasteurized by any other oJher process processbecause processbec processbecatise
because bec tise its milk ferments are not destroyed nor its digesti digestibility digestibility digestiS digestibility
bility impaired impairedThird impairedThird impairedThird
Third It is superior to milk shipped to Washington and pasteur pasteurized pasteurized pasteurized ¬
ized here because it is treated before the milk has deteriorated deterioratedand d deicrioratedand lerioratedand
and become contaminated contamin ted by the products of bacterial activity activityBEGIN activityI
I Let us begin to supply you with White Cross Milk this morning WHY WHYSHOULD WHYSHOULD THYSHOULD
SHOULD YOU RUN THE RISK of using infected stale or indigestible milk when whenwe whenwe whenwe
we will supply you with the purest safest and most highly indorsed milk in the world worldat worldat worldS worldat
S > at the price of ordinary milk milkWe milkWe milkWe
We Sell at 9 Cents CentsWe
We also furnish perfectly Pasteurized Milk treated in the same plant plantand plantand plantand
and delivered from our cars in the same manner mannerOur mannerOur mannerOur
Our pamphlet Pure Milk sent upon request requestB requestB requestB
B W 0 White Cross Milk Co Co9th Co19th Co9th
19th 9th and N Streets N W Phones N 11121113 111211
Roosevelt to Start Back with Vast VastCollections VastCollections VastCollections
Collections CollectionsExPresident CollectionsExPrelident CollectionsExPrebklent
ExPresident Roosevelt Roo evelt writing wrltln from fromNairobi fromXalrobl humNairobi
Nairobi under flats of December 15 1 last lasthas last lasthas Iathas
has informed the Smithsonian Institution Institutionthat Institutiont1lat Institutiontint
that its expedition under his hi charge has hasfinished hasfinished ha hafinished
finished its work in British East Africa Africaand Africaard Atrlcaand
and is about to leave for Uganda U nda He Hestates HestRtes Hestates
states he has collected S4R I 4 vertebrates vertebratesa
a number of invertebrates and many manyplants IMftFTIIants manyplants
plants and photographs Tb The letter is isas i ias isas
as follows
VafcM Bee D IS 15 Ml MlT 3ST a aT
T the Secretary of the S sI Sstkseia M m fc iMtitotion iMtitotionsir ll11 tutioaIlf
sir I hue to Mport jert that the thehn itsisMs a afln xp4I xp4ItF
hn tF fl nader my r ttmrm has BOW n SoWwd theit ita work in inPnticji InIlIh InVutih
Pnticji IlIh h East Africa and ad is I best to leave lea fee feeItniHla fcI
ItniHla 1 tJlla Th TIM coUectiona wade in Britfcfa BdtI Xut KaatAfiia Xutf1 Xuttira
Afiia f1 a include includeMvnunals includehmma1s nchsdeMninials
Mvnunals terRe Ir in IoAk MItInuni ah SB SBMmraala 5D 5DInunal
Mmraala Inuni twalt U in alt altlrd3 It UK UKIVrds JJrti
IVrds i id 27K 27KII 2714n 274R
II itilts 1 tilt tiles and batiaeaiam about boat 1509 1509Ir UCDlpsh
Ir lpsh 1 rli sh water and marnw JRadDs Mi about a abestTcal 369 369Tcral IIfG
Tcral fG aI T TirtebnUa efleIwss efleIwssi rt braML 34O 34OIn s sIn
In i fl addition the coltecUxni iattede a kum Msitar Msitarr her herf
r f tnollnnkc moll tn lluk and ad other hmrtefcratea Mrenl nI 1 thnoMnd thnoMndI t thnnandilants Dd Ddllant
I llant Unts in the neiehborbond of e tM 2 2M5 pbotos antbropo a ahical
1 hical ticsl il materials mate als E c Very reuwlhiUy reuwlhiUyTHEODOKB JftItHtttlUrTHEODORE rtswthiflyTHPODOR
Ip to date only a little more than a ariuartor ap1art ajuarter
riuartor p1art < r of the collections enumerated in inCoI inoL
CoI oL > 1 Roosevelts R00 6elts letter have reached reach > fl the
institution In addition to the mammals mammalsmentioned mammalsmenU6nM mammalsmentioned
mentioned by him there have however howeveralready h01everalreac1y howeversirea4y
already been received about lit skulls skullsof skullaI skullsof
of large mammato mamma which hleh are not asso associated AStIIOelatM sseeciatsd ¬
I ciated with skins skin kIn these e being picked up upin upin upin
in the fleid for the study of the varia variations variations varlations ¬
tions in individual specimens specimensWord 8 specimensWord lmeM lmeMord
Word ord recently has ba been received of th thkilling the tboklUlng thekilling
killing by Col Roosevelt of two speci specimens specImans d dmens ¬
mens of the white rhinocerl an adult adultfemale adultfemale wiultfemale
female and nd calf The museum has none noneof nonoo noneof
of o this species in its collection collectionUNCLE collectionUNCLE collectionUNCLE
Suit to Dissolve Railroad Merger MergerXot U Irgerot rer rerot
Xot ot to Be VItlulrnwn WltIit1rnwiIt IVIthdrnwiC IVIthdrnwiCIt VItlulrnwnIt
It may b he stated upon authority that thatthe thattM thatthe
the government has no intention of 9f with withdrawing withdl1LWln withdrawing ¬
drawing dl1LWln the suit filed under the terms termsof teemsor termsof
of the Sherman antitrust act to dissolve dissolvethe dlMolvethe dissolvethe
the merger of the Union Pacific and the theSouthern theSouthetn theSouthern
Southern Pacific a ss a combination in re restraint restraint restrnlnt ¬
straint of trade tradeThe tradeThe tradeThe
The Attorney General now has the thematter thematter thematter
matter under consideration but it is isknown I Iknewn Isknewn
knewn that unless he change chn 6Ii his mind mindon mindon mindon
on the subject he will 111 direct Special SpecialCounselors SpecialCounselors SpecialCounselors
Counselors Kellogg and Severance to topro toproceed toproceed pro proceed ¬
ceed with the case in the courts courtsDr courtanr courtsDr
Dr C F Wtohfcter er will deliver a tertwe thIs thUevening t1d6etening thIsevening
evening at 139 3I FVtirmoot street on osehns TheMfIl The Mboon Mboonwiru
wiru ehns mind
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Rental Rate 300 per month for first month monthSpecial monthSpecial
Special rate for 6 months or for a longer period periodThe periodY periodThe
The Monarch Typewriter Company CompanyI
1421 F Street N W Washington D C CExecutive
Executive Offices OfficesThe OfficesT1e
The Monarch Typewriter Bldg
3 310 Broadway New York
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Atlantic and Nortli Atlantic SUt States folow fol folCIIIder folIowd d br brc brcolder
c CIIIder der weather in them districts Weduerfay Colder Colderweather CoWerlftather tMerweather
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Valley and the Southern SUt Stats a during Tuewtay Tuewtayand lVefdafaDd Tse4ayand
and Vednelay The weather will be warmer Tues
day hi the Northern Plains Pial States StatesStorm Stat StatStann StatStorni
Storm warnIngs are diapUywl en the WaitKtoe WaitKtoeaad WallliupJeaDd Wakt Waktand
aDd Oregtw eo oeae t f and advIsory wsraings for P Pand brisk briskand bc1ItaDd
and possibly hfeh hl a i sWfthw ah1fdn < wiwk B bare been iMw4
for the Middle iddJ and North Atlantic coast coastSteamers c coastSteamers ut utu1QeI3
Steamers defwrttoE Tuesday ThtsIa for Burojxn jwrU will
ha baTe bri briK k poeriMy JlC hinh h southerly wind sldfti lfth lfthto c
to we welt t and BortnweK with nawttkd wmtlt woatiesh eaUter r and andrain aDdram
rain followed by b fair weather Wedwsday and aui auiThurnisy
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miufenum MiatmumTemperntnreN MinIniumTemperatures 21 21Tomperntnrcs
Temperatures In Other Cities CitiesTemperatures CUicxTMpentnres CtjeTespntnses
Temperatures w ia other cities tether UIIIl with the tfceBffloaDt UleamouDt theamoont
BffloaDt of rainfall for Ute twelve bcura ended at 8 8p 11Po sp
p Po ra yesterday are aa follows
Rain RaiMIu
1 Mar Iu Mta 1k1 3p g 1 m foil filIIAlMrille foilAoleTIIIC
Aaherillc N O OAtlanta 6 31 46 T TAtknta TAtlanta
Atlanta Ga GaAtlantic GaAtlantic c w 11 11AUaBtie
Atlantic city Ck N J JlliMMrek U 4 21 40 40H 40IlissareE
lliMMrek H N Dk DkKoatoo 1 6 6IklKca i iIlestcn
Koatoo IklKca Maw MawIhitTalo Mas 11I 3i 1 36 36kdfalo n nItsifak
IhitTalo N Y YChicago 3S 21 33 T Ttan TChnso
Chicago tan Ill IllCwcinaati JQ 0 J n 40 OJ8 OJ8C o ociscianati
Cwcinaati C Ohio OkieQbcyenne 48 3 3 435oyeino I I
Qbcyenne 0I1 Wyw WywDirenport ju 3 I m Xl T TDavenport TDatenport
Davenport Iowa IowaDenier lowaB 33 36 016
Denier Des Onto Ontolea 00 ro T TUN
lea 1 Moines Iowax OBjr 31 JE JEGalfftton
GalrwtoD Tnc TncHelena 66 If 56Helens 6 6n
Helena n Moat MoatIndianapolis Ioat 31 ii iiludisuapoha Jg JgIndiauapolis
Indianapolis hal ImlJaHwrnidll I J 3 1 4 O9 O9Jubond1J 033JaehaotvilI
JaHwrnidll lla llaKansas it itlianAII 43Kanas
Kansas City Mo MoUnto II l m T Tlitte TLItUe
Unto Rock AA AALea Ii M 4 4 QI QILIJII 01Lea
Lea Anedea Cal CalMMxroeUe 01 42 4ZMarquette1 53 531AJqUetc
MMxroeUe Midi MidiMemphis ich J n 15 J T Tlem1 TMee
Memphis Mee lem1 Tww TwwNew 81 IS 4 Ie IeNew seNew
New Orleans OriEl La LaNew 7 t 43 Si SiNWYOrkNY 1 1York
New NWYOrkNY York N Y YXortk 33 3 3North
North Platte Nehr NehrjOmalM NebrOnaha 31 It II IIoha
jOmalM oha Nebr Nebrrittibanr 31 31 i T TPittlbur TPttturr
rittibanr r rPortland la 10 io I e 001 001l o oIortisnd
Portland l IortisndPortland ltJand Me MePortland 8 31 3 3PorUand
Portland Oreg OregSalt 4 4 31 42 01 01Salt 0IiSalt
Salt Lake City Utah UtakSt J 3 34 4 4St S SSt
St I da da Mo MoSt 10 11 s s 11 O1t O1tSt 001St
St Paul Miss MtanSan 1 Jl 3 Z3 01 01San 12 12in
San Francisco Oil OilSrrtogfleU 43 4 4 4 4SIdIdekI 4 4Sivie4d
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Tide Table TableTodflyHfrfi lllhleTd TitlileTodayHigh
TodflyHfrfi Td lif h tide l 10 f a a m and 110 p p m m Low Lowtide Lowtide Lowtide
tide 738 a a m and S3 g n P w wTomorrowHigh sTo MTomotrowiligh
TomorrowHigh To Ili h tide 2 M a m m and 237 p p m mLov mLow mLow
Low tide 833 S a m and 324 p m mCondition mconlHtion rnjondItion
Condition oTilie of the Water WaterSpecial WaterSpedal VaterSpecial
Special to The Washington Herald HeraldHarpers HeraldIIartC15 HeraldItarprrs
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feet Southeastern side It mile 705 7O feet Northwestern Northwestern side side 10 miles 62 feet feetfor feetror feetfor
for the second line then from the termination of the wild flrst r1t and d second lines linesrun linesrun
run two other othe direct < lines lIn of 10 miles each eh h the one crowing th the Eastern EasternBranch EutrnBranch EasternBranch
Branch aforesaid aCorf ald and the other the Potomac Potom and meeting each other in a point
Continued from Page Pn e One Onesrar OneSTue Onefrays
srar frays cascara foe f It incite invol to a tedMtaU t MM MMtitle MIIH MIIHtiUe Ms5eWe
title to the ground upon to thk ttote lb lbV lbC V Canttol C ki4 the theWhite Olelalt tMWhile
White lalt Howe Hes and Dd enr ny ether taHJfrtaj public fnbUebuildings JlUWiebu publicbufldis3
buildings bu stand If the reeearion re to Virjia isita stand standhi staDdafa stazdaIn
hi law it would MM iMBtMe We that the Federal Federalgovenweot Fedt FederalguenieOt > ra1 ra1t
govenweot t retains Jurtadfction over the jwrtlm ot otthe oltbe cCthe
the District north of the IotoMae 1 IN deeogatiow oA of ofFeverbrecdlnsr 0t ofthe I
t t1 debts aDd it he III eesne oC the itate itatelarJlaad sat satFeverbreedini
larJlaad p pFeer
Feverbrecdlnsr Feer breedlnJ 3Inr JIn Mztrsli MztrsliWhoa rh rhart h hTMB
Whoa TMB artiaUc art lade awl tottcituda IG for forCODCIt sUry sUrycondniont aary aaryuiodttlos
condniont owbiced to taapire In UM Us mvr mai to toraeteim toNIIdM isrol
raeteim rol UM Potomac Plata UM JMfIIIjI pesfea ns of UM UMwork uwort thawoik
work toon revealed the fa fad t that tha t proper tteatment tteatmentof Ufttalel1toC tteItnto
of o UM narrow river ri and adjacent maraaet rhea would wouldalways couldaIway wid widatwrs
always be limited and natatMaotory UM utIle iJe confined confinedto
to UM northern ethetn bank sk alma A faverbreediag faverbreediagmanh frbreed fwerbeadWxsari tg tgJUIIh
manh xsari within 7000 > or 8iM feat r of the Whit WhitUoute White1I0U1ie White WhiteIlinse
Uoute caanot be r HPn eard Id d with iadKfewnce 1adiIf nor norcan IIIICca noroaa
can ca any OM fail to observe that the thelit improvemeot improvemeoton
on the north su teeth f Uw ttn4g UnM c um of UM UMtooth uMlUt theoouth
tooth bank of the rirer hboId r a bold wtttf In abort abortch 1IIIanefrda bottsods
sods ch yr more amptr a JMtiflw ti6oa UM witdom wbde of ofWashington ofW ofWtklnpssi
Washington W and ancIl hit hi maimiitiDB + in oateadDg both bothsides hothsides bothold
sides old of UM river withIn the llmW of the Federal FederalDatriefc Ftdera1Dttrict FederalThe
Datriefc DatriefcThe Dttrictnte
The < iiittoJ JttoI the Whit HOUM II How awl all the public pubUebuUdtami IQbUcba publicbotIdtn
buUdtami ba botIdtn were located k l near the renter in the be beera bf bf1Iat beg
g but the act of asoredos oed tbI south 1OIIthm southcrc
era m IIIae MM of the tli Dtrtrict to within a abort rtof dlataam dlataamof
of UM White Whit How ground roonde Tut n su wa was not Intend mtendvf iDteDdec
vf 5 by l Waahmcton under what e masterful JalUlfuIbe ilwwcUon ilwwcUonthe dWsctionthe
the comtimtioml comtimtiomlIVderal ttutosl drI iesardIns a soot for the thePedera1 theFederal
Federal eovemment osoiient wo was I1IUDeCent executed executedDcfent executedIefent
DeCent nf Intention IntentionThe Intcntlon11w IntcntioiiThe
The act leceJinic ft ietiis sobstairUalry twoftfthf t of UM UMDistrict tileDiatriet theDiMaict
District to Virginia Vir irIiDia nM ao obvious cbeieielj rttiean cWeNttloa th the Mote Motetton lotsstbti
tton of the friary of UM ConaUtntion m I this tbIIhalf be behaK behalf
half and so n ruthleaab nth din dijeesarde ards UM right tI of of1tirl ofirticl after afterpartici
partici that I have ha for f r yean u regarded it M null nulland nulland nulland
and void ticJ on general tueral prinripiet but notwithstanding notwithstandingthe
the interesting and Dd important nature of the ques question q qhon qoestion ¬
tion hon I have ha not found time to inveetfeate the law lawand lawand lawand
and the historical facts bearinc ssfln upon it It Last 1 year
however I had the good fortune to mention the thenutter thematter
matter to Mr Han hands lit Taylor known to the bar of ofUM 01tJM ofthe
UM country a U on De of oar Veda kwt conttitutiaaa conttitutiaaalawyers CJIIDetitutioo1laWJt conetitutlanallawyers
lawyers and sin that zmUeman am D volunteered to rum eiamfaM n niDe rumin
faM in the question and to t4 write mo hit views bsws upon it itMr Itok Itlptr
Mr Taylor totter acts forth the conatitutioBal conatitutioBalprovirion t1ItiIJIIprorilioa aisatltutlusslprou4ic
provirion in queatioa aad all legislation State StateoadoIIl sad aadnaUoml sadnethal
naUoml in relaUon WJoa to the nbject lOb umnher with a areview anicw
review of aU executive action lid contract auartttaas obttga obttgaUons cbIiitloiia
Uons hi pumanne thereof In fact < the tetter Intt fe a abrief aIIricl a1SW
brief of such oth me damnscm dbase and ability that I be beIMT w wUne beliars
IMT liars it should be mad JUde permanently avaOable for forrvference rftfeftacp feereleases
releases and M bHarvtag b bdiv I renew my y reqo nq1tIiIt at and andaak aDduk sada
aak a that when printed the eommunieation IOBI b h8 refer refcrMd fwNIl refersod
Md to the ivanmittee loaumtt on the Diatrict of Columbia Columbiattoft af Colusblafee
f fee c uidaatloo uidaatlooAn ooneldeeationAu ttoft j jAn
An Au KxIiiiiiNtivc Opinion OpinionMr Ollinionlr OpinloitMr
Mr Taylors opinion buttressed buttressedby by hi hitorieal bs bstorteal his histflulca1 >
torieal references and legal l citations iij iijexhaustive is isexbaustiv Isexhaustive
exhaustive and comprehensive Ho says saysin sanI saysin
in I beginning beginningTb nnlns nnlnsnie
Tb nie eontemporaooous endccce put JUt UM fact lKtaU beyond bzyeodalt beyondall
alt question that the final I definition ckGJdt of a district rttotricttea diItridua districtiss
tea miles sqoare III u the teat of oar e Federal Federalenst JRJV JRJVMimuul pIn
Mimuul was In a special acme ie the personal woe woeof 1fM 1fMat woMof
of Pnmdent Washington who W nbcoe task involved the theaooufcfctai Uteof thesiIlon
aooufcfctai siIlon of the title ti to UM tract from throe throeaowwdM threesiuerestbe w wState
aowwdM State of Virginia the State of Mary Maryland larsIIID4 Maryhod ¬
land IIID4 and the nineteen local proprietors who owned ownedunderlies ownedtht canedthat
that part of the heart ul the iwosene t tSty ty which wltida1II1drdiee whichimdrthes
underlies the Capitol the White bhe House and the theTreamry therreautry
Treamry 1 Washingtons task was U to Induce It1dwethree the thetbrc thethee
thee three parties who odd the title to cede to the theFVdcrtl theJItdma1 theChdcal
FVdcrtl goverunen goverunenconsideration pfflllDtDt wtthoat uq direct dinetftJUiidfnIUOD posadsry posadsryonuaiticrstkn
consideration the entire area under a quadrilatetal quadrilatetalcontract quathftatevalcontmct alCODtIad
contract in which that government wa wee the Uacnd grantee granteeand rseton rsetonand
and bawflciary and Virginia Maryland and the thertfa theJdBetfJo thenneteii
rtfa JdBetfJo eteii local praprietort the grantor The The1 The1OD real realconaidsration mitcouddarstion
conaidsration OD mottag to such grantor was the inci incidental iacidtal kn kndutat ¬
dental benefit to accrue to them from f their joint jointcemloa jointc jtAntce1on
cemloa wUch bkh in the language Ja of the act of July JulyK
K 1 1799 n Ia i hereby accepted for the permtamt permtamtteat JCftDIIDMtt pensaiwsotoraL
teat t of the government of the United States l That 1batrue Thatensenant < hat hatdirecUy
rue ensenant a t ftpre represented the only maa6defation JDCJriIIct JDCJriIIctdinetly moctugdirectly
directly from the Federal goverunMnt white wit the UMtbtee thehI thethree
three hI grantor xnntcro were ere bound to each other by b the UKmutual theacatual themutual
mutual consideration moving monog II from the one to the theother tlMother theother
other Hoder DdeI interdependent grant grantMaryland JDDtL JDDtLaryland grantsMaryland
Maryland the last to grant exprawd the idea of ofthe 0the ofthe
the mutual tt benefits to be derived from a aonterJJriN i ionterpriM commq commqcmter
onterpriM cmter when her legislature le declared that thatappears thatapesrs 1t 1tappelln
appears to this general assembly 11I1 highly just et and ex expedient nredfent cxredient ¬
pedient that all UM lb land within th tM mid city cityshould citJtbouJd citydiould
should attribute in due d ppotwrUon in UM bewl moans metntwhich moanswhich
which ch have already greatly enhanced UM value of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the whole Under that quadrilateral al < contract traet sup supported IIDPported sipixwted ¬
ported by b the fbrefotoR consideratious the Federal FederalSOTcmmeat FederalRolennoent rederalofmweat
SOTcmmeat entered into possession n with a perfect perfecttiUe 1 ffdtitle perfecttitle
title after a ttr Uw UwI Seal I usi sied Dr Maryland MarylandDecember lal11a1adl
December l It 179L 179LGovernment 1mGovernment ITSiGovernment
Government in Control ControlNo
No one on perhaps will deny that after the title tWeto tlUeto titleto
to the entire area Ift had thus passed pa from the three threeeraiitors threenton threegrantors
grantors nton into the corporate eDrJ tenon miOII of the natkw natkwneither DatkMctiter aaloeneither
neither titer the State of VirKuna MOT Moc the State Stat of ofMarytand ofJaod ofMaryland
Maryland Jaod could have either in law or in equity any anydata an ancla anycobs
data cla to the common heritage superior to that thatau1 of ofaoy orsoy
soy other State Stat te Under such cwxlitloos the Fed Federal ltdetal Fedeal ¬
eral eal government remained ined in peaceful potaessfon of ofthe 0tile ofthe
the entire area al tan mile iIN square and governed UM UMame UteDl6 tie tiemine
mine Dl6 under the Constitution foe a period of tJJty tJJtyve 1IttJI dttySee
I See ve yean Dnring Durtn < that time the original bmndariea bmndarieaaa bounda4eas
aa designed by b VatWncton W on were marked by mastiic mastiicatone JMMi1eMOlle asadreMoms
atone monunKXtU JDOnUJll4 ta which still abide unmrwired unmrwiredIty u1J unheairdBy MIlt Nd Ndn
Ity n tb the acT ci of retrocwgion lW of July 9 1SK the theDUtrict theDiUkt theDistrict
District was dismembered 00red by a conveyance to Vie Virginia Vies ir iraia ¬
ginia s of nearly onehalf of f the entire ire area n for MO MOpecuniary noMcsndsrl
pecuniary 01 r property consideratioH coIIIIicI tioft whatever What WhatWH Whatrae Tjat Tjatwas
was the real motive inotl of Use retrocession it is I at this thisUiiM t111tit thistitse
UiiM tit dnocult to ascertain aacertateFrom UlfttamFNR ascertainFrom
From a legal standpoint the fact that the portion portfereoomeyed portiDtaleOI1ImJed portionreooneryed
reoomeyed to Vtrrinia 1 = bad critically been con contrttmted COlttriMted contsibeted
trttmted by her is of no WKuitkaiwc eigidfiou iiI whatever whatenrTberefoR wbatemllleftfore whateverThefewe
TberefoR befcte argument t begins the mind won wonders WODtltn wetsdue ¬
due upon what whe t comtttutioml principle pri Ie such echo rettoeeasion ftboftJIlld echosssio
eeasion could have bar been made t Two distinct parts partscf Jlfrt Jlfrtif partsef
cf the Constitution juu UtU OB are Involved J oIfW First i1Bt that iwrt iwrtof IlIrtf1I wrt wrtof
of rerun S Article I width provides that Congress CongressI Coa retliSIItalI Congressa1l
I shall a1l have power powerS to excrete exchtsire ksiaia ksiaiatfon JtWath1It leciolaUett
tfon m ta ail a l eases whatever over such District I iatriet net netexondiue notemNdIa itotexceeding
exceeding < ten mites square lIIuArel a U may S by ee etion km of ofparticular ofrtlmlar ofpertlenise
particular rtlmlar States and the acceptance of Congress Congressbecome CoutrsbeooIae outrras outrrasbecome
become the seat of government of the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States wccnd that part if section 16 article I Iwhich I1Iicb Iwbkh
which 1Iicb prtwkles that no State Stat shall pass any anyWU anyIiI anybUl
IiI WU U of attainder ex port fact facto law cr law impair impairtef iBlpairtn Impairlug
lug tn the obligation obli tiotl of contracts contractsImrinc contMlctsIri eontraetthcrneinersble
Imrinc Iri the thcrneinersble memorable Senate debate led by byPensia byfI byI byPeman
fI I
LARGE I IPennata
PensiaBottled Pensia Rye RyeBottled
Bottled in bond unler government Tnlmtnl eupmislon eupmislonFull BupenilonJ ouperthicoFull
Full J U proof full quart 1 100 CO 0 Ihone or write writeTOKALOH wr1t wr1tYOKALON writeTO4ALO
614 14th SJHW St N IL W V Phone M 998
Seoaifr Haywocd of North Carainu who wIlD as uchairman asclWnUo aschairman
chairman of the V Dfcufct ComBiUee Utterly WttcrI a aan u uU assailed
sailed U ue ennstltutiesslity doaaUt of the CIt of 1drooeI 1drooeI11oo ectrootMegi
11oo an the awning nine and ascot of seettoa 8 8 Article I Iwu IflJ1J Iwas
wu folly fob explored exploredthen upIoftdI
I canuot doubt lit the fi08IMIoeM sonata III the UIethen cesduetos cesduetosthen
then readied by many leading issdio Hitnam of that thatliar thatdu thatday
liar to the effect 1ICt that OMMMeied la NT NTthat reisconee 00 00that tothat
that part of the Coostttutkm 1oA atone UM act of ofretrocearion ofis ofretrocaselen
retrocearion is sail sad raid What I cannot un undentand 1111denWJd undeiitaad
dentand i is the fact that ia any dated kowerer kowererhaatlljr MwHUbaadlJ botcererhastily
hastily oondoated lh die deeper and mare obrfeos obrfeosaipunent rlooIbufd obrImisariumeut
aipunent baaed on tb tile ooetnct dMe cliis of the Con Conttitntton ConltitnttOlt Conetithtios
ttitntton Article rtitIe I sectIon MItt W It l ifcouM ddeotmb ho have ha been beenentirely beenentIrely
entirely ofcriootcd cd And jet the remind recurs shows that uwtneh thatIGCb thatItiob
neh was w UM fact factIt faetIt factit
It new oocwmd to aar one in te 1311 or itece user that thattime thattiIM thatt
time t to look loe to the mines of UM UU title ia the UMquadrilateral theqaadrila thequadrflats1
quadrilateral qaadrila contract upon irbiek whl UM UteI owarafcip of oftb ofthe
I tb th ate area tea Mites Muse icafly depesda d taur What te tep tIsaid Issaid
said herein u to that branch of tile MIhJItet Is IsI my mypersonal
personal p nooal contribution to the oontnncray oontnncrayAcquirement OGIItl1MftalAequlrement costroseesyAeqnireiiient
Acquirement of Site SiteHe SiteHe Sitelie
He goes into history to show how the thesite theIte thesite
site Ite of the National CApital wa was M dtaetMMd dtaetMMdand dcJand dcussedand
and finally acquired and says saysAfter saysAfter 7 7After
After nroloogtd discussion the act of J Jtdr fr X KM KMwaa liOOwu 1703was
was paaaed and the ate lit te uf the District Sadly 1M to tocatrtl letatM horated
atM < partly to Prince Oom and andcounties I 4oslmsmeey 4oslmsmeeycounties rJ rJ00UDtiee
counties te the State iate of Maryland and partly in inFairfex baJairfu IsFairt
Fairfex Fairt County in Uu tis State of V VrUmatfcm visplnk hJ hJclamatioa pro proelamatissi
rUmatfcm of President George WaihtagtOB oIIa Uaick UaickK >
K Hit 171 withIn the following bounds boundsBeetoutag boundIBe binusishngbmthg
Beetoutag at Jonei JoaeIoIDt Point Iwtes 1 the uprcr cape of ofHunting mHwtiDc ofHunting
Hunting Creek Cweontaet III VieSuk sad at aa angle ia tM tMoutw1 theoutset
outset of 4S dctrem west of UM north and nannrj nannrjIn I1IIII ItIn rwnoioin
In a dIrect line tea adler Uee for tbe tb Seat line then tbeabegiBnteg IeIIapla thenbeginnIng
beginnIng apUn at the same Iii Jones Point and ran rannnur l1IDninf evefling
fling mother direct line at a right ancle ate with UM UMfine tINn theelse
fine MTOi TO4 the PofcwMC tea mile mileKfow ua uaP mUesFrost
Frost P UM diagram it appears that UM tb Portion Portionderfod P Portosderived DIIderiftd
derived hw rn and rroednl l to o Virginia VtDtau oonwruitw oonwruitwnearly OOIIIIttUItesIt otnectostesnotely
nearly onehalf It of UM territory of the Dfetrfet DlerI u uArtRtealty ude6DM asesigisalty
ArtRtealty denned in the Ut pwdaanaUoo of 011m Man atc 31 3117IL
17IL If UM act of July t IS lSfI It I Stats 9S JlI ntkkd ntkkdAn mtitIEIIAa rntkhutAs
An act U ntronde the County of Aleiandria Al lIdria ta tathe iat i ithe
the District of < rf CokwMa to UM State 5a of Virginia VirginiavoeoraMitvtfetMl Visplsais da daII
II voeoraMitvtfetMl I MIll wad UK Ie lows MW of the United UnitedState VIIiYdIIOIf UnisadStats
State ak isld id now b It exccated u by UM th thth Praddwt PraddwtUMHjIiniH l laIM
UMHjIiniH th the PortiM derfMd front f sad sadto ri roetdul roetdulContinuing JINeIIeto
to VNgtuI VNgtuIContinuing rIiIda rIiIdaCon
Continuing Con ttn ulllJ he say sayhad says saysAfter Y YAha
Aha tW PIJIWft tit elect the vet 01 neorvesat neorvesathad
had been ones ex exoa eHIdaed b CODIIIftM alter the ceo ceoos
I Iioa oa had been made for that porpoat by par partfcobu caJar pueticuIsv
bu Stataa SQ after t lb area W ceded had been ao
espied by Concmi fII unde the act a of July Jill K 17M 17Mdedartog 12MdecJari 1703declaring
declaring the same U hereby accepted fur UM per permanent 1ttIMMDt persanest ¬
sanest seat at of the t government fIM t of the UnIted UnUcdiiutea Ua11ecIQaa UnItedsttes
iiutea Qaa the T ywr llrn WW of COORRM a OpeC UM tiletwr anbjeet anbjeetmatter sabiectssttsr
matter nw exhansed tI ed Or U it wa wu not exbamted exbamtedowM ItaaMedCIMIId rabsusledasahi
asahi nora DQ1 In ain Jn be exercised becaaw u6 jwwer re remained nto yesalve ¬
salve to twnafer the Dittrict M ortoally created createdtote mat mataDd crestedsint
aDd JIMIIM or any portion of it tit any Sts StsI Stats StatsIs
I Is ebar 1ntIds words alter a district len miles e eMet squarehad
had Met tote ieea ettabUsaid ertaNis id and aeeepted aa a aot pet petal permsusnt ¬
msusnt sent al at fwernjBTOt t Congress poMnvd no noto DOJIOINI nopsees
JIOINI to acquire uW another territory for another Mt Mtenanrnt tottoC seatof
oC IUftllllDl gceernt enanrnt t withtnt rioUttos ctOtatIzi the ematitvtiooal ematitvtiooalUmbarfefe ItiODaIIIIaIUtiIIII unistItutiouaiIheltatios
Umbarfefe wliteh eonfliwd it to the U ten miles iJ square aqoarThe eq1IaftTIle squareThe
The Congress an n a sen ent of limited authority aadaoritJaIIftIII1 was waaopraaly wasexprvely
opraaly ntbortatd to icodre cmtora fro no Stales Stalesftf Sa Sacl StatetGE
ftf a IMted amount of territory to be held aa a apermanent ILpenIUIIeIIt a3seiveswsst
permanent seat et ot gorerameat but R wa wall not au authorized aatIaorb anthorised ¬
thorized Mpwmly exp or KBpttedly ed1y to she any part of ofmen ofO ofsessions
men sessions O away II to any one Such was the coo cooMhatkmal CODll constIttnial
Mhatkmal ll difficulty di which the Hon K M T THunter T1hllltft TNunter
Hunter attempted to omamu when the bill in inmartinn Innn ingusstbni
martinn nn was w up for delete ta the House e of Rapes KepreteUU Heprwe Rapesentstiwss
teUU entstiwss we t May Ia 8 UM UMSectiro JMSeetim 134 134Section
Section 3 of Article rttde I of the Constitution ioa when whenukeo wbeDas whentaketi
ukeo as a whole pronto that the Congrea shall shallhaw thal1power shallha
ha haw power to ejcrdee exdusrte legislation teirtalatioohi
hi all eases whataoever over mob District not notweeding not1ft notcacerding
weeding ten miles square re a as may 1 by otmfrm sio ef efparticular CarUrular ofirtlcular
particular States and the acceptance of C Cbceoaae COIIIftII COIIIftIIe Cotre Cotrebecome
become the tot of the KoremaMnt t of the theStates United UnitedStates od odStates
States and to exercise like authority oer all allplaces allJ allS
places S pnrrhaaed bj the eon consent ent of the legIslature leghdatorcof I tare tarel
of the State in which the same shall be for the theerection thefIeC theerection
erection of fort magazines araoal dockyards dockyardsaad d dJUdaad dockyardeand
aad other needful things The delegation of ofimwer t11OWfl ofIMsiST
imwer thus made de to Cotwrew tIIS to icquire 111 un a a mt of ofeonrmncnt 6Ccnt ofIlererument
eonrmncnt cnt fur f the United Stales tl through a formal formalacceptance f fatW formalaengsww
acceptance atW of 4W < waian to be 3 made by particular particularState plLrtieuJarStates particularStates
State States ia tilL a distinct subjectmatter entirely operate eeparstaand operateand te teand
and apart rt from f the succeeding delegation dtk ti4rn of power powerto powerto powerto
to porcrn all pUce purchased by the consent consentof CUIIfeIItoC consentof
of the legislature of the State in m which the mme mmehaU M MU messhall
shall U be Did the grant of an expreaa power powerformally powerformally
formally to 4 accept eessfom from particular rUcV1ar Statee Stateewhich Slalewhkh Stalsswhick
which were to constitute aad heciwe bea the stat of ofmvemaaeot of5oseTnment
mvemaaeot of of the United UDit States carry aUT with it itM itas
M a neteaaary Implication the tb right to use Q the themeant thens
meant ns necessary foe the executioD eIfQl oa of the power powerIn poorerIn
In other words mh did the implied iaqItiec111Qnr power to we such suchneeeaMry IIUdIeIIfJ audineceerery
neeeaMry means flow from the express expft M n 5C r t taccompli t taeeompli8h teactnmgidt
aeeompli8h accompli the end onlY In CMMtrafa COIII1ItnbJr tat dame damewhich eIaatewbid1 dantewhich
which prodder that Craness shall hare power possemake to tomake toJte
make sit M laws which aliaS be nece ntesetsr wr ry > and proper properfor properf ponpeefor
for f < camrinc ca into execution the foregoing powers and andall aDdall ini iniall
all other powers MUS vested by y the Constitution m In the thegorai tIaet thegocermasat
gocermasat gorai eat t of e the United States or in is any depart department depI depImant deportmast ¬
mast or omen thereof it was held at an early earlyday outrclar earlyiy
day iy that the dan dane < in question confers on Con ConT8 CODthe Coogreat
great T8 the choice of means sns and does net canine it itto itt8 itIn
to what K is indispensably iDdt renablJ renablJConHtltntlonnl neceary necearyConstitutional iseeeisaryConstitutional
Constitutional Mandate MandateTbo MandateThe lnUl1RteTbo
Tbo express mandate VP wu given ftD by the thetion Conetitit Conetitittki natitH natitHtfen
tfen to Congre ongres to acquire aGlui a seat of government gorennftontby t tlis
by cession from jwrttcuUr SUt Staten < and in no other othermanner otherHUJJDf1 othermanner
manner Congress CCIIl was powerless to force any anyState IIIIYState anyState
State to make a ceaaou MIIIicm It could not go beyond the theMatt theHJDttfo thetnita
Matt tnita of the States Stat It could only 001 i ieesad nuade it itcould itcould Itcock
could not command Congress did not offer to the thereding theleIIbtg theending
ending State any money ronAImtion tioa whatever < for fortheir fortheir or ortheir
their evasions The means I1 and the only moans awansOoogresa MflnlSCoIIft18 moansCongress
Congress laW nt to employ to accomplish a ritaJly ritaJlyimportant TitaJlyImportant utallylsnpottsnt
important end wan the premier proIA made in the act actof actor actof
of July Jill 14 1 1780 that the scat of government to be belocated belceattd bebested
located on the cenkms should be rennanent rennanentThe yesiuaneutThe neot neotThe
The act ct expressly elpntl lr declared d 1Pd that Uthtt the district ao aodeftneil 10deCbIeIl sodedned
deftneil limited and located shall be deemed tbe tbedistrict tbedhtrkt theilletrict
district accepted ecceJ by thIs act for the irra 111ADe < aent seat seatof teatof t tof
of Roverpment Mmt of the th United States When Mr MrMadieon Mrladison r radtIon
Madieon adtIon moved in the Hoose of Itepreteotathos It tatnes to tostrike totriM toetrike
strike out the word permanent IJeflDll ent from this act he hewas bew hewas
was w rated down and thus we hare a tegMaUre tegMaUreinterpretation J willaUPIi 155Is1511Y5iutetetatIoe
interpretation i practically oontemporaneoiu to the theeffect theeffect theeect
effect that the Constitution intended to confer upon
Cmnma the power to make k the Mat of government governmentpermanent fOiJOrDlMfltJ1lf1IIacent goceensiwetpeuusneftt
permanent Qnotonpcrary Cflot lllpcno interpretation of the Ctm Ctmttiintion QnItU8 m mMftntion
ttiintion on practkod and aoriiie aequ acqisiveced ft ced in for yean con conchuirely CObd1llhd1 cooduahely
chuirely fixes its it construction constructionSome eoaItntCtionSome CosetnictiOtiSums
Some yean ago when a movement was ojr UtfOOt UtfOOtto foot footto foottn
to remove MI1 the tb Capital to t the Valley alle of the Sites Sitesrippi Misdo MisdoaIpgii Ik IkMAi
rippi the effort of the action of Concrete under undersection undersection Dlkr DlkrtecticJn
section I Article I was wa fully discussed d I am in informed infGrlM1i informed
formed that it was then uniTemlly admitted that thatby thath1 thatby
by UM selection le ioa of the present seat t of government gorenraientthe governmentthe t tthe
the power 1IMItI of Congress under the section Jeet Oll ia ques question IJ IJUn questien ¬
tion had been exhausted exhaustedVirginia edlllMtedYirBiai exhauttedVirgInia
Virginia made her grant p t which WM the first firstgrant AntI thatgrant
grant December 3 179 The nineteen J local pro proprietm profllktm protcin
I prietm tcin perfected their grant on or about the 2Mb 2Mbof tthof 25thof
of Tune J Hfl Maryland arrlanc1 did not make her grant grantuntil granttiotti nt ntuntil
until December J B 17L In that grant embodied embodiedin
in a wry elaborate act of thirteen aecUons Mary MaryUwl Marylain IRo IRolItl
lain put UM fact beyond all question that the theprior theI1rior thepoior
prior grants made by Virginia and the nineteen nineteenproprietors Jliuettellproprietors nineteenproprietors
proprietors were conditions M precedent t to her grant grantQuote IfIDLQnotcH grantQuotes
Quote from Opinion OpinionHeNiucrtes 0IlnlonHe OpinionsHequotes
HeNiucrtes He Hequotes quotes from many opinions rendered renderedby renderedb renderedby
by b the Supreme Court of the United States Statesto Statesto Statesto
to show that a grant is a contract cofttract and andthatthls andthat andthat
thatthls that thlsJluadrllateral puadrilateral contract entered enteredinto enterel1into enteredinto
into by b the United States on the one onehand onthand onehand
hand and Virginia Maryland and the thenineteen thenlnetefn thenineteen
nineteen local proprietors on the other otherwas otherwas otherwas
was binding in its operation and effect effectand effectane1 effectand
and could ould not be modified without abro abrogating abrogating abrogating ¬
gating the contract as a whole
Simply Say Charge It ItWell Well Do the Rest RestMHT RestIBEDWEAR
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Big Clean Sweep Reductions forTodays for forTodays
Todays Selling
I White Bedspreads of good goodsize goodsize goodI
I size neat and pretty patterns patternshave patternsI patternshave
have always sold at 8oc Jor Jorthe For Forl Porle
the le Clean l Sweep Sale Saleat l
I at 49 49c 49cFancy c cFancy
Fancy Crib Blankets in pink pinkand pinkand pinkand
and blue selling at
goc gocClean 30CClean 19c
Clean Sweep Sale price priceExtra priceItxtra C CExtra
I Extra quality White Bed Bedspreads Bedspreads Bedspreads ¬
spreads in attractive designs designsselling designsselling designsselling
selling regularly at 110 For Forthe Forl ForL
l L the Clean CleanSweep Cleana lean 79
a Sweep C CL
White 104 Blankets with neat neatcolored neatcolored
colored borders sell at Sex pair pairFor pairFor pairFor
For the Clean Sweep SweepSale SweepFine 59 Ir Ircolored
Sale SaleFine c cFine
Fine White Wool V ol 104 Blan Blankets Blankets Blankets ¬
kets with colored borders sold soldusually soldusually soldusually
usually at 3 pair For the theClean thel theClean
Clean l Sweep ee down Cj Q A Ato
to S 190 190Silkolinecovered 1 90 90Silkolinecovered U USilkolinecovered
Silkolinecovered Comforts Comfortscovered Comfortscovered
covered in neat pattern patte rn silkoline silkolinegood SilkO1inegood silkolinegood
good filling worth f I
129 Clean Sweep Sweepprice 98 JQ JQprice
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1 ADIES why do you carry large sums of ofmoney ofmoney ofId
LADIES Id Idmoney money when almost every day you sec ac accounts accounts acCOUfltS
counts of o pursesnatching pursesnatchingWith pursesnatchingWith
With every precaution you may be the next nextvictim nextvictim ext extvictim
victim or you may ma drop the purse on the street streetor streetor streetor
or in the car carNow carNow carNow
Now whynot have a bank account and carry carryyour carryyour carryyour
your check book instead of currency currencyIts V VIts 4 4Its
Its a good business education for a woman womaneasily womanV womaneasily I Ieasily
V easily learned learnedand and of inestimable value and antiV con convenience oo ¬
11 11vemence
V venience venienceHave vemence vemenceHave venienceV
V Have your account to check against in pay paying paying ¬ V VV
V ing bills billsaso also open a savings account and tans traasfer tansf tatisfer
fer f r all you OU pan possibly spare to that where it itWill itwill
Will 11 be earning 3 interest for you youAsk youAsk youV V
V Ask for a more complete explanation expJanat Qn at any anyone anyone myone
one of our banks Were pleased to show you youhow youhow y yhow
how simple the whole matter really is isMerchants isMerchants isMerchants
Merchants and Mechanics MechanicsB5TfnU MechanicsBRANCHES MechanicsBRNCHES
B5TfnU BRANCHES th G nw nwPa Savings Bank BankPa
Pa Ave 20th St nw pa Ave and 10th St St N W V fi
Tnlioma Park Citizen Association AssociationHold tincIfttloflIlohil oeIRtion oeIRtionUolI11
Hold Informal Reception ReceptionThe UceeptlonThe ReceptionThe
The Takom Park Citizens Association Associationheld AS Associationheld ttk ttkheld
held an Informal reception In Takoraa TakoraaHall TakomeHalt TakoniftITsIt
Hall in honor of Dr Albert F Woods Woodswho Woodswho roode roodeno
who no will leave on February 1 for Minne Minneapolis Minnespoils nnne nnnea ¬
spoils a poli s Dr Wood l flu a as resigned as assist assistant asl8tant assistant ¬
ant chief hle of th the Bureau of Plant Indus Industry Industr lodetry ¬
try tr of the Agricultural Asrleulturai Department to toaccept toaccept toaccept
accept th tM position po lUoo as dean 9 n of the agri agricultural agricultural agricultural ¬
cultural experiment station > at at4 Minneap Minneapolis MinneApolis Missneapoils ¬
I olis olisJames James W Yo Dyre president made a ashort ashort ashort
I short address conveying convc tng the expression expre 8lon of oflt o oits ofIts
lt its ni members mb < rs to their former president presidentMr
I Mr tr Dyre spoko of the progress thai th < t bad badtaken badtllken badtaken
taken place in Takoma in the last few fewyears fewjeArs fewyears
years attributing much of it to the as association asiOCIAUon assoclatlon ¬
sociation sociationDr iOCIAUonDr soclatlonDr
Dr Woods said that wherever he might mightgo mightgo
go < 0 he could never expect to meet better betterfriends betterfritnds betterfriends
friends than those he is about to leave leatlbe leatlbehind leavttbehind be behind ¬
hind and whatever he has done for the theadvancement thoadvancement theadvancement
advancement of Takoma is but a slight slightexpression f1i slightexpression ht htexpre5Slon
expression of the interest fnter t he has at heart heartfor heartfoc hearttot
for the place and Its people peopleA
A resolution extending the associations associationsappreciation assocl associationsappreciation Uons Uonsapprecllltkm
appreciation of his services and wishing wfshlnghim wishinghim vrshInghim
him Godspeed Go spee in his new field was unani unanlmously unanimously unanimously ¬
mously adopted adoptedArranged adoptedArrnn adoptedArranges
Arranged Arrnn e to Give Bail BnllIt DnlIIt BailIt
It was sa announced yesterday esterda that Samuel SamuelGraham SamuelGraham SamuelGraham
Graham of Montreal charged with con conspiracy c cnspiracl n nsplrac ¬
spiracy with former Treasurer J N Hus Huston Huston Jiuston ¬
ton and Harvey Harc M r Lewis ewls in connection connectionwith connectionwith connectionwith
with the conduct of the affairs of the Na National National National ¬
tional Trust Company had arranged to togive togle togive
give ball before United States Stat Commis Commissioner Commissioner Commissioner ¬
sioner Henry P Gilliland at Plattsburg plattsburgN PlattsburgNY
Three Counts of Indictment Return Returned Rltnruell Returncii ¬
ed Asrninst A nll11it Jules Tule 31 Waterbury IVnterlmryJules WaterburyJules nterhur nterhurJules
Jules M Waterbury was convicted li liCriminal 11 11Criminal 1xCriminal >
Criminal Court No 1 yesterday after afternoon aternoon fter fternoon
noon on three counts of an n Indictment Indictmentcharging Indictmentcharging indictmentcharging
charging him with Ith false pretenses the thespecific thespeciftc thaspecific
specific offenses offen being bein that in the guise guiseof guis guisof 3111150of
of a representative of the Associated AssociatedPress ASlociatedPress AeeoclatekPress
Press he obtained money from Repre Representatives Representattves Reprosentatives
sentatives Hull of Iowa and Battboldt Battboldtof Bait hold t tof
of Missouri and Ormsby McHarg rormeAstant former formerAssistant formerAssistant
Assistant Attorney General GeneralWater GenerilWaterburys 1 1at
Water Waterburys at burys defense was Ias that he h repre represented rtpresented rpresented
sented himself as from the Associated AssociatedBiographies A8IKclatedBlograpbies AssociatedBiographies
Biographies and that his patrons con confused confused eonfused ¬
fused that organization with tth the Associat Associated As oclat oclated ¬
ed Press The fourth count of the in indictment Indlctment lndietment ¬
dictment was excluded from consideration considerationby
by the jury jur because Senator Burrows Burrowscould Burrowscould BUrrOWScould
could not Identify IdentiC Waterbury as the man manto manto marto
to whom he gave a check eh k for 148 148AVaterbury 111Yaterbury 146Waterbury
Waterbury was released on furnishing furnishingbonds furnish furnishingbonds In Inbonds
bonds for 080 o pending a a hearing beartn on a amotion amoHon amotion
motion for a new trifl to be lied by his hiscounsel hiscounsel hiscounsel
counsel counselV
V Dcnth IVni rn VDa VDaA Accidental AccidentalA
A certificate cerU eatc of accidental death has hasbeen hasbeen ha habeen
been issued in the case of William 1mam Sor Sorrell S Sorrell r rrell
rell twenty years old who bo died yester yesterday Yfl8tErdA yesterday
day dA morning morntn at Emergency Emer ency Hospital from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the effects of inhaling illuminating gas gaawhile Jlaswhile gaswhile
while asleep in his home at 431 Seventh Seventhstreet SevEnthstreet Seventhstreet
street southwest on Sunday SundA afternoon afternoonAVoulil afternoonWould neraoon0Ille1
Would 0Ille1 Pay Pa Friars Claim ClaimThe Clnh1111The ClaimsThe
The Senate Committee on the Philip Philippines PhIUppines Philippines ¬
pines yesterdayVeported yesterdayreportel eitenar reported favorably a NIl billproviding NIlpOYIf1lng NIlptovlding
providing for the payment of 41372 37 in insettlement Insettlement Insettlement
settlement of the friar claims These Theseclaims ThEseclaims Theseclaims
claims are separate from those of th thCatholic thB thBCatholic thCatholic
Catholic Church
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without his knowledge Let your yourdoctor yourdoctor yourdoctor
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