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Must Retain Retainau Annis Slayer as asan asan
an Officer OfficerABSENCE OfficerABSEliOE OfficerABSENCE
Prisoners in 11 Sins Sins Cannot Cn not Be BeCourtmartialed DcCourtmartlaletl BcCourtntartlaled
Courtmartialed for Continued ContinuedLeave ContinuedLeoe ContinuedLeave
Leave Under Circumstances ClrcumstanccsThe ClrcumstanccsTheCnnnot CircumstancesTheyCannot They TheyCannot
Cannot DC Promoted anti < Cunnot CunnotBe CunnotDe CannotBe
Be PAid Salaries While hUe There ThereCant ThereCapt ThereHalms
Cant Capt Peter a c CSing Haliw now in Sing SingSing SingSing
Sing for the killing of William IS Antis Annlsis Annisis Antisis
is still an officer of the army and the theWar theWsr theWar
War Department has no way of dispos disposing dillposIng disposing ¬
ing of his case caseHis oaaeHis caseHis
His name is month by month registered registeredin
in the army list In his position of cap captain captain captain ¬
tain of the Thirtieth Company of theCoast the theCoast theCOliSt
Coast Artillery In the current issue he heis heIs heis
is recorded as being at both Fort Han Hancock Baaco IJaucock ¬
cock co < k N J and Fort Wordea Wash WashBut WashBut WashBut
But he is absent without leave and andconsequently fUldconsequently andconsequently
consequently his pay has been suspended suspendedCunnot suapendedCunnot suspendedCunnot
Cunnot De Promoted PromotedIt > > roJnotcdIt
It is believed nothing would be done doneuntil doneuntil don donunttl
until the turn for promotion fell to toHalns toHnlns toHatns
Halns and that would not be for some sometime sometime sometime
time yet as ha stands sixtieth on the thelist thelist thelist
list listThe
The only military charge against atn8t Halns Halnsis lIalnsIs Hatnsis
is that of being absent without leave leaveNormally 1 leaveNormally Qflve QflveNormall
Normally Normall the only way ho can be b re removed removed removed ¬
moved from tho service is by sentence sentenceof
of courtmartial But he is now in inprison Inprison innprison
prison an f1 the military mJltt8r authorities do donot donot donot
not consider it would be seemly to as assemble usemble assemble ¬
semble a courtmartial there thereMoreover theroMoreoor thereMoreover
Moreover it is admitted that there is isno Isno leno
no degree of certainty that the military militarycourt militarycourt militarycourt
court would convict Caivt Hains in the thecircumstances thecircum thecircumstances
circumstances circum lanceB or if they did convict convicthim convicthim convicthim
him would sentence him to expulsion In Inwhich Inwblch Inwhich
which case the present difficulty would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be increased rather than removed removedOne removedOne removedOne
One Possible Solution SolutionThere SolutionTbere SolutionThere
There is one other course open That Thatis Thatis Thatis
is for the lieutenant next below to be bepromoted bepromoted bepromoted
promoted to Capt Rains place and for forthe forthe forthe
the promotion omoUon to be confirmed by the theSenate theSenat theSenate
Senate Such a course has ha been sustained sustainedas
as legal by the thecourl8 courts but it is regarded regardedas
as an extreme stela stelaFor step stepFor stepFor
For this reason it is believed that it itwill Itwtll Itwill
will not b be afloptdd until the tb question is isbrought IIIbrought isbrought
brought forward directly by the name nameof nameor nameof
of Halos coming up for promotion at atwhich atwblch atwhich
which time he will be Quietly Quletl dropped droppedfrom droppedfrom droppedfrom
from the army with the th consent of theSenate the theSenate theSenate
Senate SenateNEW SenateNEW SenateNEW
NEW POSTMASTER OPPOSED OPPOSEDRepresentative OPPOSEDntprellentnth OPPOSEDItepresentntive
Representative Sturgis Stirs Up Old OldFljclit OldFIJtht OldFight
Fight in West e t Virginia VirginiaSince YlrglnlnSince VirginiaSince
Since tio appointment of o > E C Ifen Ifenfhaw Itenhaw
fhaw haw as postmaster at Martinsburg W WVa WVa Wthe
Va the tight ght against Representative Representativesturgls Repr RepresentativeSturgis entative entativeturs1s
Sturgis In n Berkeley County has broken brokenout brokenout brokennut
out again and the State organization is isobjecting Isuhjectlng Isobjecting
objecting to Henshaw It is understood understoodsenator und understoodSenator 8tO d denatOl
senator enatOl Klklns will ask President Taft Taftto Talttl Tartto
to tl recall the appointment appointmentNAVAL appointmentNAVAL appointmentNAVAL
Cloning Exercises Exercl es to DC Held nt the theXavnl theonl theNaval
Naval onl School ThursdayClosing Thursday ThursdayClosing Thur dn dnClosing
Closing exercises of the United States StatesNaval StatesNaval StatesNaval
Naval School will 111 be held next Thursday Thursdaymorning Thursdaymornln Thursdaymorning
morning mornln at the school foot of Twenty Twentyfourth Twentyfourth Twentyfourth
fourth street Secretary Meyer will 111 drake drakethe fl1kethe makethe
the address and present diplomas Sur Surgeon Surgeon Surgeon ¬
geon General Stokes of the nary AvY will willpreside willpreside tll tllpreside
preside presideThe presideThe presideThe
The following will receive diplomas and andappointment andappolntmentl andappointments
appointment as assistant surgeons surgraensJames surg surgJames surgeonsJames
James A Bass Arthur B Cecil Dun Duncan Duncan Duncan ¬
can C Walton all of Maryland Walter WalterA alter alterA
A Bloedorn Nebraska Clyde B Cam Camerer Camerer Camerer
erer Illinois William H Connor ConnorlIase ConnorlIasechusetts Massa Massachusetts Massachusetts ¬
chusetts Andrew B Davidson Pennsyl Pennsylvania Pennsrlvania Pennsrmlvanla ¬
vania George R W V French Massachu Massachusetts Mauaehusetts Massachusetts ¬
setts Philip E L Garrison New Jersey JerseyStanley JeraeyStanley JerseyStanley
Stanley D Hart Connecticut William L LIrvine 1 1Irvine LIrvine
Irvine Rhode Island Harry E Jenkins JenkinsVirginia JenkinsVlrglnill JenkinsVirginia
Virginia John J hn T Johnson Iowa J J A AMcMullin AMrulUn AMcMullin
McMullin Pennsylvania Barle W V Phil Phillips PhllUps Phillips ¬
lips New York Wiilard J Reddick ReddickNorth ReddickNorth ReddiekNorth
North Carolina Irving Irvin V W Robbins Cal California CaUfornia Calfornia ¬
fornia Gardner E Robertson New York YorkGriffith YorkGrltftth YorkGriffith
Griffith E Thomas Michigan and Frank FrankW FrankYo Frankv
W Yo Thompson Connecticut ConnecticutHUMANE ConnecticutHUMANE ConnecticutHUMANE
IIor horse e Owners Hill Reported Ad Adversely Adcr8 Adversely ¬
versely cr8 IT l by y Senate Committee CommitteeThe CommlttecThe CommitteeThe
The Washington Wbfn ton Humane Society yes yesterday yestt yesterday ¬
terday tt > rday won the first skirmish of its fight lightto fightto ft ht htto
to prevent the passage of the horse horseowners borseowners horseowners
owners bill stripping the organization organizationof
of If its police power Ower when the District DistrictCommittee DlatrlctCommltt DistrictCommittee
Committee Commltt e of the Senate reported ad adversely adversely adversely ¬
versely on the measure measureWhen mMaUreWhen measureWhen
When the Commissioners Comm l toners forwarded rrdlWl the thebill thebill thehill
bill to Congress with their approval the theHumane theHumano theHumane
Humane Society held a stormy Indigna Indignation Indignation Indignation ¬
tion meeting at the Wittard condemning condemningit
it as an attempt att Pt to put them out of ex oxIstenee existence exIstence ¬
istence The Commissioners retorted inkind in inkind 1nkind
kind the next day and still approved approvedthe approv approvthe approvedthe
the bill billSome billSome billSome
Some of the committee took sides with withthe withthe TUhthe
the Humane Society Soclet outright and others othersvoted othersoted othersvoted
voted oted against the t e bill because it was too toodrastic toodrastic toodrastic
drastic in their opinion opinionThe opinionThe opinionThe <
The Humane Society had charged thift thiftthe tN thin thinthe t tthe
the bill Is a 1 deliberate attempt to mod moderate moderate ruederate ¬
erate the anticruelty laws lawsAutomobile aW8AntomDbl1e lawsAutomobile
Automobile I h Stolen StolenA
A whlto Ford automobile 3117 S7 D C Cand cand Cand
and WeS tmJ Md was U stolen last night nightabout nightabout nightabout
about 845 oclock from the front of the theresidence theresidence theresidence
residence of Dr Hume 158S F 6 Massachusetts Massachusettsavenue Massachusettsavenue las80chusettsannue
avenue northwest northwestill northwestFIREPROOF
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Our modern warehouse offers every everysafeguard everrsafeguard everysafeguard
safeguard for the storage of valu valuable valuable valuable ¬
able furniture pianos luggage and andworks andworks andworks
works of art artPrivate artPrivate artPrivate
Private Rooms 2 Up UpEstimates UpEtlmntes UPEstinmtes
Estimates on Request RcqnestMERCHANTS RequestERCHANTS RequestMERCHANTS
920922 E Street N W WIMione WThone WPhone
Phone M 8000 tIDOQc
0 o A SmartSpring Smart SmartSpring SmartSpring
Spring Model ModelThere
350 350There
There are three of this family familyonc one two andthree and andthree andthree
three eyelet Court Ties Tiesand and they are the cleverest trio triothat triothat triothat
that ever added luster to the name of Teck TeckTheir TeckTheir TeckTheir
Their graceful gra cful lines you OU will notice represent representthe representthe representthe
the fine points of Pump and Oxford Oxfordaltogether altogether abreezy a abreezy abreezy
breezy effect that fairly exhales e ales the spirit of spring springThe springThe springThe
The leathers are are patent colt gun metal and tan tanand tanand tanand
and the price price is 350 350The 350The
iii iiiThe
The complete line of spring Tecks awaits you
350 to 6 6HcadtoFoot 6HeadtoFoot 6HeadtoFoot
HeadtoFoot HcadtoFootOutfitters tl t Ninth St and andthe andOutfitters andOutfitters
Outfitters it the Avenue
H E F Macfarland and Sen Senator Senator Senator ¬
ator Carter Speak SpeakDISTEICT SpealiDISTRICT SpeakDISTRICT
Avenue ennc of Presidents One of Important Im Important Important ¬
portant Subjects Agreed On no noParamount nilParnmount neParamount
Paramount ut t Reception In Honor Honorof 1I0norof honorof
of Former President of the Board Boardof Bourdof Boardof
of District Commissioners CommissionersForwar ComnllsHlonersForor ComnitssionersFortner
Forwar OoromfsMomr Henry B F PMaeforiaitd FKaefarJaINI FMaefariasd
Maeforiaitd w was as s honor guest at a a rMoP rMoPt10ft recep reception esp espdon ¬
don of the Brfghtwood Citizens Asso Association Assoelation Sso SsomUon ¬
elation last night at the Brlghtwood BrlghtwoodHotel BrIshtwoodHotel BrightwoodI
I Hotel Fotel and among the speakers 8pee1 ers were weroSenator wereSenator veroSenator
Senator Thomas Tbo UUI H Carter Car tor of Montanaand Montana Montanaand MontanaaDd
and J Judge ds Charles K C Nnchol of Vir Virginia VlrstalL Virginia ¬
ginia Resolutions commending the work workwere workwere workwere
were pawed and President Louis P PShoemaker PShoemaker PShoemaker
Shoemaker of the association made a aspeech aspeech aspeech
speech personally complimenting him himMr himMr himMr
Mr Macfarland spoke of tho District Districtneeds Districtneeds Districtneeds
needs among which he b said was the theimprovement theImprovement theImprovement
improvement of AnacocUa basin of Rock RockCreek RoekCreek RockCreek
Creek Valley the provision of an ade adequate adequate adequate ¬
quate park system the redemption of allthe all allthe aUthe
the land south of Pennsylvania avenue for forpublic forpublic forpublic
public buildings and parks a high pressure pressureflre pressureOre pressurefire
Ore protection and the proposed federa federation federation federation ¬
tion of citizens associations as a clearing clearinghouse cleerlnghou clearinghouse
house hou e for public opinion opinionI
I believe the Capital Ca tal will soon become becomematerially becomemateriaJl becomematerially
materially materiaJl and spiritually the most perfect per perfect pertect ¬
fect on earth he said I believe it will willbe willbe willbe
be restored to its original size by the theannulment theannulment theannulment
annulment of the unconstitutional act of ofIMS otIBM
IBM 18 retroceding that portion of tho Die District Dbtrlct Dietilet ¬
trict which was granted by Virginia I Ibelieve Ibelieve Ibelieve
believe It will also be a beautiful b ut1ful part of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Capital and that we will all feel feelhonored feelhonored feelhonored
honored to have had a a share In bringing bringingit
it back to the District DistrictFavors DistrictFnora DistrictFavors
Favors Avenue of Presidents PresidentsSenator PreMltlentaSenator PresidentsSenator
Senator Carter indorsed the plan for forforming forforming forforming
forming a 0 federation of citizens associa associations associations aesoclatlons ¬
tions and expressed his approval of the themovement themovement themovement
movement to bring about the retrocession retrocessionof
of that part of Virginia which formerly formerlybelonged formerlybelonged formerlybelonged
belonged to tho District of Columbia He Hespoke Hespoke Hespoke
spoke on the matter for which the money moneyappropriated moneyappropriated moneyappropriated
appropriated by Congress for the develop development development development ¬
ment of Sixteenth street extended had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been spent His address was greeted greetedwith greetedwith greetedwith
with much applause by the members of ofthe otthe ofthe
the association and by a rising vote of ofthanks ofthanks ofthanks
thanks thanksJudge thanksJudge thanksJudge
Judge Nichol said the people of the theentire theenUre theentire
entire State of Virginia were opposed to tothe tothe tothe
the proposition to return to the Federal Federalgovernment Federalsoornmont Federalgovernment
government that portion of tho State Statethat Statethat Statethat
that fermerly belonged to the District DistrictWe DistrictWe DistrictWe
We are somewhat In the position of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the modest old woman man who said I am amglad ami amglad
i glad sla < < to accept your advances but I had hadrather hadI hadrather
I rather have you as a good friend than thanbe thanbe thanbe
be married to you he said saidA satdAnumbar saidA
A Anumbar number of resolutions were passed passedEASTEE pnssedEASTER passedEASTER
Programme for Y y W 0 A Benefit BenefitIs
Is Announced AnnouncedAnnouncement Announcednnouncement AnnouncedAnnouncement
Announcement was made yesterday of ofthe atthe ofthe
the programme for the Easter concert concertto concertto concertto
to bo boo boogiven given March 30 at the Y W C A Afor Afor Afor
for the benefit of the Vacation Home Homefund Homefund
fund fundMiss tunc1Miss fundMiss
Miss Anna Wilson will have charge chargeMrs chargeMrs chargeMrs
Mrs E HGawler H Galer soprano will sing singas singas singas
as will Mrs Grace MuIr DalgleIsh con contralto contralto contralto ¬
tralto Joseph Mathieu tenor and Theodore Theo Theodore Theodore ¬
dore T Apple basso Miss lIss Ruby Stan Stanford Stantord Stanford ¬
ford will ploy a violin lolln solo Alfred Fal Falconer Falconer Falconer ¬
coner will give a rending and Alphonzo AlphonzoYoungs AlphonzoYoungs AlphonzoYoungs
Youngs Jr will perform on 01 the cornet cornetThe corn cornetThe t tThe
The Nordica Nor lca Banjo Club and Sextet S xtet un under under under ¬
der the direction of Walter M Holt will wmfurnish willfurnish willfurnish
furnish music and Miss Sallle Mason Masonand Masonand Masonand
and Oscar Franklin Comstock will act actas actas actas
as accompanists accompanistsGns
Gas Jet Sets Curtain Afire AfireDamage AfireDamRge AfireDamage
Damage of S15r 515 i5 was caused ca sed last night nightabout nlshtabout nightabout
about 8 oclock to the front of 1516 Corcoran Cor Corcoran Corcoran ¬
coran street occupied by Clinton R RWhitney RWhitney RWhitney
Whitney by a lace curtain coming in incontact incontact incontact
contact with a a lighted gas jet jetSouthern jetSouthern jetSouthern
Southern Ministers to Speak SneakAt SpeakAt
At the morning service In St Pauls PaulsMethoulst PaulsMethoast
Methoulst lIetbo ist Episcopal Church tomorrow tomorrowBishop tomorrowBishop
Bishop James Atkins of North Carolina Carolinawill Carolinawill
will preach and In the evening the eer eermon sermon eermon
mon will be delivered d lIvered by Rev E G B BMann BMann
Mann of Lexington Lex1 gton Ky 1
Noted Philanthropist st Lived LivedHere LivedHere LivedHere
Here Half Century CenturyONCE CenturyONOE CenturyONCE
Horn In New York Bliruty EI Eightythree EightythreeYears hbtI1ree hbtI1reeYenr three threeYenri
Years Ago He Cnme to Washing Washington Washington Vns1lngton ¬
ton and Was Vn the Founder of the theGarflelil theGarfle1cl tineGarfield
Garfield aiemorinl Hospital lie HeHelped lieHelped lieHelped
Helped Establish School for Nurses NursesAdoVphqs NursesAdolphuua trllles trlllesAd
AdoVphqs Ad pR Simeon Solomons eighty oishtythreo elgbtythrQo eightythreo
threo years yoa loots a aid oldf former president of the theAmerican theAmerloon theAmerloan
American Red Cross Cro and one of Wash Washingtons Washingtons WashIngtons ¬
ingtons most noted philanthropists p died diedat dIedat diedat
at 730 last night at his home 1205 K Kstreet Kstreet Kstreet
street northwest of Illness duo to old oldage oldasc oldage
age ageA
A resident of Washington for fifty fiftyyears fiftyyears fiftyyears
years he was prominent In philanthropic philanthropicworks philanthropicWorks philanthropicworks
works K at the city He Is survived by byseven byseven byseven
seven daughters daugkt rs two of whom are mar married married married ¬
ried riedJrrangemQ
Arrangements JrrangemQ ls for the funeral have not notbeen notbeen notbeen
been completed completedAdoiphus complotedAdolphu completedAdolphus
Adoiphus S Solomons was 88 born In New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York over eightythree years ago 10 when whenGotham whenGotham whenGotham
Gotham was a straggling town compared comparedto
to its present pre ent vast proportions Ho married mar married marr1ed ¬
ried Miss Rachel Phillips also of that thatcity thatcft thatcity
city cft and removed to Washington in inISM In1SIG
ISM and had made his home in this city cityever cityever cityever
ever since He was the founder of Garfield GarfleldMemorial GarfieldI GarfieldMemorial
Memorial I morlal Hospital and had for years yearsbeen yearsbeen 6ftrs 6ftrsn
been n a 8 member of the boards of directors directorsof
of Columbia and Providence hospitals hospitalsHe hospitalsHe hospitalsHe
He was also a1 o president of the American AmericanRed AmericanI AmericanRod
Red Cross Society Among tho many in institutions Institutions Institutions ¬
I stitutions with 1th which his name had been beenassociated beenas beenassociated
as associated oclated In the District are the Train Training TrainIng Training ¬
ing School for Nurses and the Niglit NiglitLodging 1Igl1tLodging NlghtLodging
Lodging House for Men MenWas MenVo MenWus
Was Vo National Guardsman GuardsmanIn
In days gone by Mr Solomons was a amember amember amember
member of the National Guard and manifested man manifested manifested ¬
ifested much interest in the soldiery of ofthe otthe ofthe
the District He was also the special specialbearer speciebearer specialbearer
bearer of a message to the Russian gov government government government ¬
ernment having been appointed as emis emissary 6mlssary omisnary ¬
sary on that important errand by Daniel DanielWebster DanielW DanielWebster
Webster W b8ter then Secretary of State He Hewas Hewas Hewas
was one of the original incorporators of ofthe oS oSthe ofthe
the Red Cross Society and was a repre representative representative representative ¬
sentative of the United States to the in international Internatlonal international ¬
ternational conference at Geneva In 1S81 1S81of 1881of 1SSIof
of which he was elected vice president presidentMr president1Ir presidentMr
Mr Solomons served as Public Printer Printerduring Printerdurinb Printerduring
during a portion of the strenuous clvi civiwar civil civilwar clviwar
war period and later was a a member o othe athe othe
the District of Columbia house of dele delegates delesates delegates ¬
Gave Aid to Russians RniinlansAbout RUlulansAbout RussiansAbout
About eighteen years ago Mr Solomons Solomonswent Solomonswent Solomonswent
went to New York for a short time when whenhe whenhe whenhe
he was made mad general agent for the Baron BaronHIrsch BaronHirsch BaronHirsch
HIrsch fund established by wealthy phi philanthropists philanthropists philanthropists ¬
lanthropists for destitute Russians One Oneaf Onenr Oneof
af Mr Solomons noted philanthropies was washis waahis washis
his work In establishing the municipal municipallodging munl municipallodging lpal lpallodging
lodging house now in Twelfth street next nextto nextto nextto
to No 1 police station stationSERVICES stationSERVICES stationSERVICES
Her Dr Wood 0011 to Mnfce Address Iltlrells at ntChurch atChurclt atChurch
Church of Covenant CovenantBenIces COTennntServlce CovenantServices
Services will be held every afternoon afternoonnext aternoonnext afternoonnext
next week at 5 oclock at the Church of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Covenant Rev Dr Wood rector rectorwill rectorwUJ rectorwill
will give a series of addresses on The Theclosing TheclosIng Theclosing
closing days dli s of our Lords life Follow Following Follo FolloinS Following ¬
ing is the musical programme programmeMonday prosrammeMonda programmeMonday
Monday Monda The Day Da of Triumph Mrs MrsHempstead MrsHempstead MrsHempstead
Hempstead contralto soloist Tuesday TuesdayThe TuesdaytiThe TuesdayThe
tiThe The Day of Teaching Mrs Anne Grant GrantFugltt GrantFugitt GrantFugitt
Fugitt soprano soloist Wednesday The TheDay TheDay TheDay
Day of Seclusion Mrs Hempstead con contralto contra1to contralto ¬
tralto soloist Thursday Thursda The Day of ofTrial otTrial ofTrial
Trial Mrs Hempstead contralto soloist soloistFriday soloIstFri soloistFriday
Friday Fri a The Day of Crucifixion Mrs MrsAnne MrsAnne MrsAnne
Anne Anne Grant Fugltt soprano soloist soloistIlliuolfiiann soloistIlllnoislon soloistlilinolsians
Illiuolfiiann to Banquet BanquetThe BanquetTbe BanquetThe
The Illinois State Association will hold holdIts hotdIts holdits
Its annual banquet tonight at the Riggs RlggsHouse RiggsHouse RiggsHouse
House Several members of Illinois dele delegation delegation delegation ¬
gation in Congress will make speeches speechesOnly speechesOrJy I
OrJy One BROMO QUININE that U ULaxative itative Iaaxative
Laxative axative ative B Bromo 2S2 Q1 nuininei Quinine Quininee 110 110Cures
e o w a aCurses I
Cures Curesa a Cold Goldin in One Day Grip in 2 Days Dayion Daystin
7 on every everyDPLoII rcj
Compromise Is Effected in inTariff inraliff intariff
Tariff DisagreementONLY Disagreement DisagreementONLY Disagleem en t tONLY
United State Government Contin Continue ContlnueA Continnes ¬
ue ueA Efforts to Rcnch Understnnd UnderstnndIns UnderstnndIng Understanding
Ing with Seichlior Who Vbo Holds Out OutAgainst OntAgainst OutAgainst
Against Granting to This Country Countrythe Countrrthe Countrythe
the Privilege l She Gives to Others OthersAnnouncement OthersAnnouncement OthersAnnouncement
Announcement that France will receive receivethe receivetbe receivethe
the minimum rates of the American tariff tarifflaw tarIfflaw tarifflaw
law was the expected culmination yes yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
terday of negotiations of the past few fewmonths tewmonths fewmonths
months monthsWhile monthsWhllo monthsWhile
While the subject originally presented presenteda
a complex situation there was no doubt doubtIn doubtIn doubtIn
In the minds of officers of the State and andTreasury andTreasury andTreasury
Treasury Departments that a a trade war warbetween warbetween warbetween
between the two countries would be beaverted beaverted beaverted
averted Up to about two weeks agp the thenegotiations thenegotiatlons thenegotiations
negotiations dragged along unsatisfac unsatisfactorily unsatlsractoril unsattsfaetorily ¬
torily toril Since that time both sides made madeconcessions madeconclsslons madeconcessions
concessions concessionsThe conclsslonsThe concessionsThe
The French government has agreed to togive tog1e togive
give to the United States according to tothe tothe tothe
the terms of the compromise their minimum mini minimum minimum ¬
mum rates on almost all commodities commoditiesThis commoditiesThis s sThis
This settlement is similar to the agree agreement ngrQCment agreement ¬
ment reached between the United States Statesand State8and Statesand
and Germany several weeks ago by bywhich bywhich bywhich
which the United States Stat obtained prac practically practically practically ¬
tically every minimum rate of the Ger German German German ¬
man tariff law la The details of the theFrenchAmerican theFrenchAmerican theFrenchAmerican
FrenchAmerican agreement will 111 be made madepublic madepubllo madepublic
public at the State Department to tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow morrowlflnhnnm
Minimum for All Europe EuropeWith EuropeWith urop uropWith
With the settlement of this tariff dis dispute dispute uspuLe ¬
pute every Important European Hlurop n country countrywill countrywJl1 countrywill
will receive the minimum tariff raw rmUawhon rawwhen rateswhen
when the maximum and minimum fea features reatures features ¬
tures of the tariff act go into effect on onMarch onMarch onMarch
March 31 next The only remaining coun country country country ¬
try with which no conclusion conclu ton ha bas been beenreached beenreachod beenreached
reached Is Canada It Is expected that thatthe thattho thatthe
the conference to be held between Frost President Pre Frostdent l ldent ¬
dent Taft and the Canadian minister of ofnuance oCfinance offinance
finance in Albany today will be produc productive productivo productive ¬
tive of beneficent bonoft ont results in tits tariff tariffrelations tarlltrolatlons tariffrelations
relations between the two countries Fer Perthe Ferthe Ferthe
the last week or so there has been a adeadlock adeadlock adeadlock
deadlock on the tariff between th the United UnitedStates UnitedStntes UnitedStates
States and an Canada Canada grants to toFrance toFrnnce toFrance
France and and thirt thirteen n other countries countriesespecially cOuntries cOuntriesc countriesesrochtlly
especially c rocl11Uy advantageous rates which are arefrom uerrom arefrom
from 3 to i per cent lower than the rates ratesImposed rat ratImposed ratesImposed
Imposed upon similar products from the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States ttM The State Stat Department Departmentasked Departmentked Departmentasked
asked ked that the United States be granted grantedthe grantedthe grantedthe
the same Sftmorates rates as are accorded to France Franceor
or compensatory concessions concessionsTho ooncQ8IIlonLTho concoseioaaThe
Tho Canadian authorities au th orttl 88 however de declined declined dodined ¬
clined to grant this request reque t They took tookthu tooktlU tookthe
the ground that the FrancoCanadian FrancoCanadianagreement Franco1Caudlanagreement FranceCanadianagreement
agreement was not unduly discrimina discriminatory diarlmlnatory discriminatory ¬
tory against the United Uni States and andtherefore a andtherefore ld ldtherctorc
therefore could not be used 1II by tills tillscountry OdscountrY thiscountry
country as the basis bal for the Imposition Impositionof
of tho American maximum rates ratesVlevr rat ratYlew ratesView
View of Secretary Secretor Knox KnorSecretary InoxSeccotar KnoxSecretary
Secretary of State Knox however took tookthe teakthe tookthe
the opposite op Ue view Sew of tho matter The TheCanadian TheCanadian TheCanadian
Canadian authorities decline to grant grantto srantto grantto
to tho United States either the samerates same sameratos 1B18rat
rates rat as are granted graat to France of com compensatory 0011pcnsatory oempensatory ¬
pensatory fconaossions neossfons s Unless Un the un uayielding unyielding VAyielding ¬
yielding attitude of Canada changes ma materially ID IDterlally matonally ¬
tonally within tho next few days It is isdifficult Isdltflcult isdifficult
difficult to understand according to out officers omcers outcars ¬
cers of tho State Department how theImposition the theImposition theImposition
Imposition of the maximum rates of the thePayneAIdrJch thePayneAldrich thePayneAldrich
PayneAldrich act can bo b avoided after afterMarch afterMarch afterMarch
March 31 next The operation of themaximum the themaximum tlIemaximum
maximum feature of the American tariff tarifflaw tarlftla tarifflaw
law la is automatic and the maximum rates rateswill rateswill rateswill
will be imposed upon imports from Can Canada Canada Canada ¬
ada after March 31 unless a mutually mutuallysatisfactory mut1B1Iysatisfactory mutuallysatisfactory
satisfactory agreement Is reached in themeantime the themeantime themeantime
meantime meantimePresident meantimePresident meantimePresident
President Taft will sign the proclama proclamation proclamation proclamation ¬
tion granting to France the minimum minimumrates minimumrates minimumrates
rates upon his hlsretum return to Washington next nextweak nextliJk nextweek
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Michael F ODonnell Was Veteran Veteranof
of Civil War WarIn WarIn WarIn
In Washington aaI11nJton Since 1352 lIe Be Decame liecame Became ¬
came Well cll Known to Statesmen Slateamenfrom Stntemenfrom Statesmenfrom
from All Parts of NationMichael NationUchael Nation NationMichael
Michael F ODonnell long an employe employeat cmplo e eat
at tho United States Capitol died yes yesterday yesterday es esterday ¬
terday at his residence alt Second street streetnortheast strMtnortheast streetnortheast
northeast His funeral will take place placeat placeat placeat
at St Josephs Church on Monday at 9 9a 9a 9a
a m mMr mllr mMr
Mr ODonnell was a a veteran of the thecivil thecivil thecivil
civil war having served as a member of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Twentysecond Battery New York YorkArtillery YorkArtillery YorkArtillery
Artillery and nnJi Company M Second New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York Heavy Artillery Artl11er After leaving the thearmy thearmy thearmy
army he entered on a business career In InWestern Inrestern InWestern
Western restern New York devoting a part of ofhis athis ofhis
his leisure to politics politicsA
A man of excellent Judgment his ad advice advice advice ¬
vice was frequently sought by local poli politicians politicians polltielans ¬
ticians and he enjoyed the confidence confidenceand confidenceand onfidencoand
and esteem of men high in the councils councilsof
of the nation including Includln Senator Roscoe RoscoeConkllng RoscoeConkUng RoscoeConkling
Conkllng and Representative Richard RichardCrowley RIchardCrowle RichardCrowley
Crowley Crowle The latter Induced Mr ODon ODonnell ODonnell ODonnell ¬
nell to accept a position In the Capitol Capitolwhere Capitolwhore Capitolwhere
where ho had been employed since 1SS2 1SS2until 18S2until 1552until
until within a few months of his death deathWhile deathVhlIe deathWhile
While In Washington he had been one oneof oneof oneof
of the most active members m mbors of St StJosephs 8tJoscphs StJosephs
Josephs Church and many In that con congregation congregation congregation ¬
gregation will miss him as an energetic energeticcoworker enorgeUccoworkor energeticcoworker
coworker and mourn him as a friend friendRepresentative friendRcpresentatle friendRepresentative
Representative Focht to 5 Speak SpenkRepresontative SpeakRepresentative peak peakRepresentative
Representative B K Locht of Pennsyl Pennsylvania Pennslanla Pennsylvania ¬
vania anla will speak at the Gospel Mission Missiontomorrow MissIontomorrow Missiontomorrow
tomorrow at S p m In addition to his hisaddress hisaddress hisaddress
address there will be a a special programme programmeof
of music Including solos by Mrs Mauro MauroMrs MauroMrs MauroMrs
Mrs Clark and Mr Evans and a song songby songby songby
by the Converts Brotherhood Quartet QuartetThe QuartetThe QuartetThe
The Sunday night supper service will 111 be beheld beheld beheld
held from 7 to S p m mGo mGoto mGoto
Go Goto to Aid Strike Settlement SettlementThomas SettlementThomas SettlementThomas
Thomas A Bartley and J J Sullivan Sullivanhave Su1Uvanhave Sullivanhave
have gone to South Bethlehem Pa p by bythe bythe bythe
the request of Ethelbert Stewart St wart to as assist assist assist ¬
sist in the Investigation of the labor con conditions conditions conditions ¬
ditions at the Bethlehem steel works worksNearly worksNearly worksNearly
Nearly 4000 words are contained In tho thodemands thodemands thedemands
demands of the the strikers and It will be boseveral beseveral beseveral
several days before a report Is made madeDr madeDr madeDr
Dr Pitzer Preaches Tomorrow TomorrowDr
Dr A W Pitzer pastor emeritus of ofCentral ofCentral ofCentral
Central Presbyterian sbyterlan Church Third and andI
I streets northwest will preach tomor tomorrow tomorrow toflierrow ¬
row at 11 oclock Dr Pitzer Is hero on ona ona ona
a a visit to the church which whichho ho organized organizedand orsanlzedand organizedand
and was pastor of for nearly forty years yearsLargest yearsLargest yearsest
Largest est Morning Circulation I
Drink Bee BeewhkhyouAnoa41
o s proper1yAed14 proper1yAed14Perfect I
Perfect maturity maturity is is needed to bring bringout bringout bringout
out out the full flavor of beer beerAnd beerAnd beerAnd
k And well aged beer does not not cause causebiliousness causebiliousness
biliousness biliousnessBut biliousnessBut
1 But aging is expensive It It means meanskeeping meanskeeping meanskeeping
keeping the beer for months to allow allowfor allowfor I
for complete fermentation Yet Y et no nomatter nomatter nomatter
matter how urgent the demand the agingof agingof aging agingof
of Schlitz Beer is never slighted slightedIn
In Schlitz you get all the good You Youtaste Youtaste Youtaste
taste the tang of the hop You get the therichness therichness therichness
richness tif f the barley and nd the life of theyeast the theyeast theyeast
yeast yeastJ yeastJ
J J Y You ou get them without impuritybe impuritybecause impurity be because ¬
cause Schlitz is brewed in cleanlinesscooled cleanlinesscooled cleanliness cleanlinesscooled
cooled in filtered air aged in glasslinedsteel glasslinedsteel glasslined glasslinedsteel
steel tanks and sterilized after it Js is s bottled bottledand b bottledand ttled ttledand
and sealed sealedYou sealedYou f fYou
You may pay more for Schlitz But Butbeer Butbeer Butbeer
beer brewed with such care is worth more moreto moreto moreto
to you That care is an insurance of ofyour ofyour ofF
F your health So take only onlyAsk
Ask for the brewery rewery battling1 battling1See betllihgSee tll1iE i iSee <
See that tlza the cork ork or crown rown is isbranded isbranded c cbranded
branded Schlitz SchlihPhone SchlitzPhone SthlilzPhone
Phone North 2171 2171Joseph 217 217Joseph i r rJoseph
Joseph Schlitz Brewing Ca Co Co3rd Co3rd
3rd and Randolph Place N E EWashington EVashington EYasLingW
Washington WashingtonThe YasLingWThe
The BeerThat BeerThatMadeMilwaukeeFamous Made Milwaukee Famous
Official of Philadelphia l hllndeJph n Carmen Con Confer ConferA Confers ¬
fer ferA with labor Leaders LeadersE
E J Hoffman an official of the Phila Philadelphia Philadelphia Philadolphin ¬
delphia Carmens Union left Washington Washingtonyesterday Washingtonesterlay Washingtonyesterday
yesterday after conferring with members membersof
of the Central Labor Union regarding tho thoproposed thopropoBed theproposed
proposed handorgan method of raising raisingfunds raJslngCunds raisingfunds
funds for the strikers strikersP
P J Ryan counsel of the union de declared doclared declared ¬
clared that he would see to the permit permitat permitat permitat
at once Mr Hoffman went to Baltimore Baltimorefor Baltimorefor Baltimorefor
for the same purpose He will return returnI returnht3re returnhhre
I here today Eight hundred dollars been beenraised beenraised beenraised
raised daily dan In New York by this method methodLargest methodLargest methodLargest
Largest Horning Circulation CirculationDIED CirculationI CirculationDIED
DAVIS DA DAVISOn VI80n On Friday March 18 1910 at j
510 p m at Georgetown University UniversityHospital UnIversityHospital UniversityHospital
Hospital SOLOMON DAVIS forty fortynlno fortynino fortynine
nine years oars of age beloved husband husbandof
of Rosa Davis DavisFuneral DavisFuneral DavisFuneral
Funeral from his late residence 1181 1181Montello 1 1Montello 261 261Montello
Montello avenue northeast Sunday SundayMarch Sunday1arch SundayMarch
March 20 Baltimore papers please pleasecopy pleasecOpy pleasecopy
copy copyFURTNER cOpyFURTNERDeparted copyFURTHERDeparted
FURTNER FURTNERDeparted Departed this life on Friday FridayMarch FridayMarch FridayMarch
ELIZABETH C FURTNER In the thefiftyfirst thefiftyfirst thefiftyfirst
fiftyfirst year of her age ageFuneral aseFuneral ageFuneral
Funeral private Marquette Mich Michpapers Michpapers nch nchpapers
papers please copy copyHARGROVE copyHARGROVEOn copyHARGROVEOn
HARGROVE HARGROVEOn On Friday March 18 1910 1910at 1910at 1910at
widow of Hczeklah Hczeklah Randolph Har Hargrove Hargrove Hargrove ¬
grove groveFuneral groveFuneral
Funeral Sunday March 20 private privateLOGAN privateLOGArQn privateLOGANOn
LOGAN LOGArQn On Thursday March 17 1910 1310MARY 1910MARY 1910BIARY
MARY LOGAN The remains can be bes beseen beseen
s seen en at Thomas R Nalleys funeral funeralparlors funeralparlors funeralparlors
parlors 1231 Eleventh street south southeast southeast southeast ¬
east eastFuneral eastFuneral eastFuneral
Funeral from St Vincent de Pauls PaulsChurch PaulsChurch PaulsChurch
Church on Monday March 21 at 9 9a 9n 9a
a m where requiem high mass will willbe wl11be willbe
be sung for the repose of her soul soulFriends soulFriends soulFriends
Friends Invited to attend Interment Intermentat
at Mount Olivet Cemetery CemeteryMcDOWELL CemeteryMcDOWELLOn CemeteryMcDOWELLOn
McDOWELL McDOWELLOn On Friday March 18 1310 1310at 1910at 910 910at
at 3 a m at her home 1420 Rhode RhodeIsland RhodeIsland RhodeIsland
Island avenue northwest Mrs ANNA ANNAC
C MCDOWELL MCI > QWELL In hor seventieth seventiethyear seventiethyear seventiethyear
year widow of Judge Woodford G GMcDowell GMcDowell GMcDowell
McDowell mother of Mrs Mary nry K KBourrell KBourrell KBourrell
Bourrell of Bloomington Ill and andMiss andMiss andMiss
Miss Elizabeth M lIGboweIJ McDowell of ofWashington atWashln ofWashington
Washington Washln on D C and aunt of Miss MissMatilda MissMatilda MissMatilda
Matilda J Ramsey Miss I1ss Frances L LRamsey LRamsey LRamsey
Ramsey and Mr Charles C Ram Ramsey Ramsey Rammy ¬
sey also of this city cityFuneral cityFuneral cityFuneral
Funeral services F rvlces at her late residence residenceon r sldence sldenceon
on Monday March 21 at 2 p m In Interment Interment Interment ¬
terment in Rock Creek Cemetery
Baltimore papers please copy
MIDDLETONOn Friday Frida March 18 1910 1310at 1910at 1910at
at 0 a m at the residence of her herbrother herbroUtor herbrother
brother William M Thompson Ral Ralston Ralston RalsWn ¬
ston avenue Hyattsvllle Md MAR MARGARET MARGARET MARGARET ¬
GARET HAINES widow of Col ColJohnson Co1Johnson ColJohnson
Johnson Van Dyke Middleton U US US US
S A ANotice AoUce ANotice
Notice oUce of funeral hereafter Baltimore Baltimoreand BalUmoreand Baltimoreand
and San Francisco papers please pleasecopy pleasecopy pleasecopy
ODONNELL ODONNELLOn On Friday Frida March 18 1910t 1910at 1910 1910at
at t his home homet 413 Second street north northRequiem northeut northeast
Requiem mass at St St Josephs Church ChurchSecond ChurchSecond ChurchSecond
Second and C streets northeast on onMonday onlfonda onMonday
Monday lfonda r March 21 at 9 ti a m Friends Friendsof
of the deceased are respectfully In Invited Inted Invited ¬
vited ted Interment at Batavia IVY IVYon N Y Yon Yon
on Tuesday March 22 Buffalo pa papers papers papers ¬
pers please copy copyPRICE cop copPRICESuddenb copyPRICESuddenly
PRICE PRICESuddenb Suddenly on Friday Frida March 18 18tHO
1910 tHO at 950 a m at his residence
1102 Twentyfirst street northwest northwestWILLIAM northwestVILLIA northwestWILLIAM
WILLIAM VILLIA B PRICE beloved hus husband husband husband ¬
band of Irene Price nee Payne PayneInterment PaneInterment PayneInterment
Interment at Hill Top Md Sunday
March 20 20SHANKSOn 20SHA 30SHANKSOn
SHANKSOn SHA RSOn Thursday Thursda March 17 1910 1910JOSEPH 1910JOSEPH 1910JOSEPH
JOSEPH L beloved son of Charles CharlesE
E and the late Annie Shanks ShanksFuneral SbankRFuneral ShanksFuneral
Funeral from the chapel of William WilliamH
H Sardo Co 40S H street northeut north northeast northeast ¬
east Monday Monda March 21 at 2 p mRelatives m mRelatives mRolatives
Relatives and friends Invited to at attend atrend atrend ¬
rend Interment at Glenwood Ceme Cemetery Cemetery Cemetery ¬
tery terySMITH terySMITHOn terySMITHOn
SMITH SMITHOn On Thursday Thursda January 20 1910 1910at 1910at 1910at
at 1 p m at Philadelphia PaWILLIAM Pa PaWILLIAM PaWILLIAM
WILLIAM SMITH S UTH beloved hush husband husbandat J Jof
of Anna Smith neo Purcell PurcellSMITH PurcellSMITHDeparted PurcellSMITHDeparted
SMITH SMITHDeparted Departed this life life on Wednes Wednesday Wednesda Wednesday ¬
day da March 16 16 1910 at 2 a m at her herresidence herr65ldence herresidence
residence 1021 Fourth street south southeast southeast southeast ¬
east Mrs EMMA SMITH devoted devotedmother devotedmother devotedmother
mother of Mrs Lizzie Harris Mrs MrsAgnes MrsAgnes MrsAgnes
Agnes Sinkfleld and Jerry Williams WilliamsFuneral WUJlamsFuneral WilliamsFuneral
Funeral Sunday Sundn March lI rch 20 at 1 p m mfrom mfrom mfrom
from Ebenezer M E Church corner cornerFourth cornerFourth cornerFourth
Fourth and D streets str ts southeast southeastFUNERAL southeastFUNERAL southeastFUNERAL
301 East Capitol Street StreetJ
J WILLIAM LEE Funeral Director Directorand Directorand Directorand
and Embalmer Livery Lifer in In In connection Commodious CommodiousChapel CommodlOllChapel CommodiousChapel
Chapel and Modem Crematorium Modest price I1rictL w1eea
332 Pennsylvania are nw Telephone Main Ialn 1385 13ffSFUNERAL 1385FUNERAL InFUNERAL
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and repaired NOW In time of peace prepare for forW forW forw
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holders of the Mercantile Sating Fund Society So ct It ItL1e ctare t tthe
the District of c Columbia for the election elec oB e of l Mwa Mwadirecton MYt1j Serrap
j p directon and such other business as may properly properlycome pnIIerlYcane properlyacne
come before the th meeting m tl11 will be held at the offica officaof offlceof clceof
of the Sudety1204 Society Bodef 12M G It st t nw Wubiagton V htegton D C CAPRIL Co CoAPRIL CAPRIL
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April Jfi115 15 to April a 1910 both dates indmlw indmlwT8 IndtlShra
T8 J T D LEONARD LEOXRDmHN Secretary SecretaryJOHN cretsrr cretsrrJOHN
mcrlj carrying on the barber berfn business 3 u under d thefirm tM tMfirm Wtfirm
firm name of Lovett Jacobs at 1103 It 3 Fourteenth Fourteenthet
et nw ban dissolved partnership and tfc the busi business bu business i inMS ¬
ness will hereafter be continued at said pU place < tjf tjfH byii 1 1H
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