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Party Sees Mirages on onthe ontheDesert the theDesert theDesert
Desert on onHot Hot Day DayWOEE DayWORE DayWORE
Former ortner President Outlines His Itin Itinerary Itlnerar ItIncrary ¬
erary erar to Time lie Reaches Rea 1tes Eng England EnglandWU EnglandWill ¬
land landWU Will Speak Speak in German at atBerlin atl
l Berlin Berl n and In French at Paris ParisAnswers ParisAna FariMAnerm
Answers Ana ers Only Urgent Letters LettersWady LettersWady Letter8Wady
Wady Haifa Upper Bgypt li pt March 18 18After ISAfter 18After
After traveling by train from Khartoum Khartouma
a a Journey that occupied nearly neaIy twenty twentyfour twentyfour twentyfour
four hours Col Roosevelt and his party partyreached partyreaohed partyreached
reached hero this thL evening eveningA
A special train had been furnished for fortho tortho fortho
tho use of the party It was well wellequipped wenequipped wellequipped
equipped cool and dustproof dustpro f and had haddining haddining haddining
dining and sleeping cars attached Alto Altogether Altog Altogether ¬
gether g thar It was a better train than the thevisitors thevIsitors thevisitors
visitors expected to find in the Soudan Soudanand Soudanand Soudanand
and Col Roosevelt congratulated the di director director dlrector ¬
rector of the government railways who whowas whowas whowas
was on board both on the equipment e < and andthe andthe andthe
the speed speedThe speedThe apeedThe
The best part of the trip was the thedesert thedesert thedesert
desert stretch of 200 miles from Abu AbuHamed AbuHamed AbuHamed
Hamed to Wady Haifa The roasting roastingheat roastingheat roastingheat
heat was tempered by a pleasant breeze breezeand breezeand breezeand
and beautiful mirages v were seen on oneither oneither oneither
either side of the line during the hottest hottestpart hottestpart hottestpart
part of the day dayCol dayCo dayCol
Col Co Roosevelt Roos velt spent part of the lime limeIn limeIn timein
In preparing the address that he will de deliver deIher deliver ¬
liver at the Berlin University the second secondweek secondweek secondS secondweek
t S week In May He is not afraid to address addresstho addresstho addressthe
tho Germans In their own own wn tongue and andhe andhe andhe
he Is preparing his address In the Ger German German German ¬
man language langua e Furthermore he proposes proposesto
to lecture at the Sorbonne In Paris In InFrencHy InFrenc inFrencI
FrencHy Frenc and this oration is also under underway underway underway
Nobel Peace PrIke Speech SpeechSomething SpeechSomething SpeechSomething
Something too has been done on the thespeech thespeech thespeech
speech he will deliver at Christianla ChristJ nla on onMay onMay onMay
May 4 when he receives the Nobel peace peaceprize peacPrtze peaceS
S prize It la i understood that the Chris Christlania Ch1lsHanla Chistiania
tlania speech will be In English EngUshMrs En1IshMrs x xMrs
Mrs Roosevelt was glad to have a days daysrest da daysrest s srest
rest on the train after two days hard hardwork hardwork hardwork
work sightseeing which added to the theheat theheat theheat
heat had tired her and her daughter daughterThey daughterTh8 daughterThey
They Th8 are however quite well Col ColRoosevelt ColRooHveU CclRoosevelt
Roosevelt is I as fresh and as energetic as asever aseoc asever
ever and he is anticipating his tour of ofEurope ofEurope ofEuropo
Europe with tlio t o eagerness of a school schoolboy schoolboy schoolboy
boy Knewleflge of the numerous func functions funcUons functions ¬
tions he will have to attend and the nu numerous numerous flumorous ¬
merous speeches speech os he will deliver does not notappall notappall notappall
appall him in the slightest He is espe especially especi8b ospedaily ¬
daily looking forward to again going over overthe overtbe overthe
the route of his honeymoon hone moon In Italy ItalyCorrespondence ItalyCorre ItalyCorreepondonce
Correspondence Corre pondenee is still occupying Ccup lnG much muchof muchof muchof
of his time He only replies to urgent urgentletters urgentletters urgentletters
letters He hopes tha that the people who whohave whohav6 whohave
have written fItton to him asking for lion pups pupsand pupsand pupsand
and other animals will 111 wait for their theiranswers theiranswers theiranswers
answers patiently patientlyWears patientlyWear patientlyWears
Wears a Shamrock ShamrockIrishmen ShamrockIrishmen ShamrockIrishmen
Irishmen may be Interested to know knowthat knowthat knowthat
that Col Roosevelt wore a shamrock shamrockyesterday shamrockJesterday shamrockyesterday
yesterday An unknown Irishman In InKhartoum InKhartoum inKhartoum
Khartoum sent him a a bunch which wjiioh he heimmediately heImmediately heImnodiateiy
immediately pinned to his coat coatIJftpn coatUppn coatuWn
IJftpn Uppn arriving here this evening the theperty thepapty thepati
perty boarded a steamer provided by the theSoudan theSou theSoudan
Soudan Sou lan government governm nt They are doe to toarrive toarrive toarrive
arrive at Assouan Sunday Sunda morning and andwill andwm andwill
will stay there a day and will visit the thoDam theDam theDarn
Dam They will start for Luxor March
21 1 and roach Cairo March March4 Si The sub subsequent subsequent subsequent ¬
sequent itinerary follows Rome April
3 to t t April 4 after which a week will be bespent
1 spent sp nt on tho Italian It lIan Riviera Vienna ViennaApril ViennaApril ViennaApril
April 16 Budapest April 17 Paris April
21 Brussels April 2S S The Hague May 1 1Christianla 1Christiania 1Christlania
Christianla May 3 Stockholm May 6 6Berlin 6Bedln 6Berlin
Berlin May 9 and London probably probablyMay probablyMay probablyMay
May 1 1Col Ii IiCot 1Col
Col Roosevelt proposes to spend a amonth amonth amonth
month In England Engl nd and It is expected expectedthat etpectodthat expectodthat
that he will repeat there publicly the themany t1lemany themany
many agreeable things he has already alreadysaid alreadysaId alreadysaid
said of British work in Africa AfricaEXMAYOR AfricaEXMAYOR AfricaEXHAYO11
Henry II < < nry Zeigenhcln of St Louis Was WasNoted WasNoted Va VaNoted
Noted Character CharacterSt
St Louis March 18 lSHenry Henry Zelgenheln Zelgenhelnelxtyflve Zeigenhelnsixtyfive Zeigenheinsixtyfive
sixtyfive years old who while mayor of ofSt ofSt ofSt
St Louie from 1S97 to 1901 made the re remark remark remark ¬
mark mark We fa got a moon yet aint it itT In Inrefusing Snrefusing inrefusing
refusing a I petition that the streets bG bolighted bGUghted bGlighted
lighted dropped dead in the street last lastnight lastnight lastnight
night of apoplexy apoplexyHe apoplox1He apoplexyHe
He was president of the Lafayette LafayetteBank LafayetteBank LafayetteBank
Bank During his administration seven sevenmembers sevenmembers sevenmembers
members of the Ut municipal assembly took tookpart tookvart tookpart
part in legislative transactions that after afterward afterward afterward ¬
ward sent them to the penitentiary penitentiaryWHEAT penitentiaryWHEAT penitentiarywHEAT
Dam Damage age Thronghont Grain States StatesAlarms StatesAlarm StalesAlarms
Alarms Elevator Men 1lenOmaha MenOmaha MenOmaha
Omaha Nebr March 18 Western Westerngrain Westerngrain Westerngrain i
grain men are viewing the winter wheat wheatsituation wheatsltuatJon wheatituaUOn
situation In Nebraska Kansas and Mis Missouri MissourI MIssour ¬
souri sour with much alarm and a a thorough thoroughInvestigation thoroughSnvestigatlon thoroughinvestigation
Investigation into conditions Is being beingmade beingmade beingmade
made Already 25 to 35 Ii per cent damage damagehas damagehas damagehas
has been sustained and the conditions conditionsare conditionsare conditionsare
are rapidly growing worse worseThe worseThe worseThe I
The ground about the roots Is frozen frozenand frozenand frozenand
and cracked open and many of the theplants theplants theplants
plants are dying dyingThe dyingThe dyingThe
The situation Is critical said Sher Sherman Sherman Sherman ¬
man Saunders manager o ot a a line of ofgrain ofgraJn ofgrain
grain elevators A crisis will be reached reachedwithin reachedwIthin reachedwithin
within a week but even now the pros prospects prospeets prospects ¬
pects look Bad ad for anything like a fair fairTariff faircrop faircrop
crop S STariff
Tariff Peace with France FranceRochester FranceRochester France FranceRochester
Rochester N Y March IS SPresldent 18PresidentTaft SPresldentTaft President PresidentTaft
Taft announced here tonight that the thethreatened thethreatened thethreatened
threatened tariff difficulties with France Francehave Francehave Francehave
have been averted France has agreed agreedto agreedto agreedto
to give the United States her lowest lowestduties lowestduties lowestduties
duties on about 96per cent of the Ameri American American American ¬
can goods imported She refused to make makesome makesome
1 some concessions the th United States want wanted wanted wanted ¬
ed and which Germany recently agreed agreedto
to The President will sign the agree agreement agreement agreeinent ¬
ment at Albany tomorrow it was an announced announced announced ¬
nounced nouncedJapanese nouncedJapanelile nouncedJapanese
Japanese Land Bill Passed PassedTokyo PanedTokyo PnsedTokyo
Tokyo March IS BThe The lower house of oftho ofthe ofthe
the Diet today passed what Is generally generallyknown generally1cnown generallyknown
known as tho land bill It provides that thata
a foreigner cannot own land in Japan un unless un108s unloss ¬
less he Is a native of a country which whichpermits whlahpermits whichpermits
permits Japanese to own their own land landwithin landwithin landwithin
within its boundaries boundariesMiners boundarieslI1ner boundariesMiners
Miners Still at Odds OddsCincinnati Odd OddClnolnnati OddsCincinnati
Cincinnati March lS 18The The Joint confer conference conference conference ¬
ence of the operators and union miners of ofOhio ofOhio j jOhio
Ohio Indiana and Western Pennsylvania Pennsylvaniareceived Pennsylvaniarecoived Pennsylvaniarecoived
recoived a a report this afternoon of th thJoint the thejoint thejoint
Joint scale committee stating that they theyare theYI
I are unable to reach an agreement on any anyproposition anypropo anyproposition
proposition propo > Ulon of the miners minersLargest minersLar1rest minersLargest
Largest Morning Circulation
f >
< 0 M PA N Y YThe
The StoreReflects StoreReflects Store StoreReflects
Reflects Its Character CharacterCalvert
Calvert quality is just such quality as as youd youdlook youdlook youdlook
look for in such a handsomely handsomelyappointed appointed store But Buteven Butev Butevn
even ev q with these suggestive surroundings we hardl hardlbelieve hardly hardlybelieve hardlybelieve
believe youll expect the highgrade of quality youll youllfind youllfind youllfind
find It has never been available in Washington prior priorto priorto priorto
to the opening of our store storeOur storeOur storeOur
Our mission has been the assembling of the thehighest thehigh thehighest
highest high st grade of o Mens Apparel upon a plane that is istruly istruly istruly
truly popular in price Were purveying the best bestbut bestbut bestbut
but not asking anywhere near the most mostThis mostThis mostThis
This is acquaintance week weekand and we hope hopeyoull hopeouJll hopeyoull
youll ouJll let it ripen into friendship We want this to be beyour beyour beyouI
your store storethe the one to which youll come first of all allwhen aUwhen altwhen
when you want anything for the wardrobe and want wantto wantto wantto
to be sure that it is correct from a fashion point and andworthy andworthy andworthy
worthy from from a quality view viewTheres viewTheres viewTheres
Theres no other store like it here Its classy classyAnd classyAnd classyAnd
And that means it is different and superior superiorThe superiorThe superiorThe
The Galvert CoMens Co Cos CoMens COMens s
Mens Classy Wearing Apparel ApparelF ApparelI
F at Fourteenth FourteenthT
Continued from Page One Oneright Oneright Oneright
right or not When anyone ftn one comes to me mefor mefor mefor
for a hearing I want to give it to him himbut himbut himbut
but I dqnot Intend to be influenced ox except oxcopt oxCapt ¬
copt by just arguments argumentsIve argumentsIve
Ive been told said the President Presidentthat Presidentthat Presidentthat
that Im a a poor politician and that this thisadministration thisadmlnlstrntlqn thisadministrati9n
administration has shown that it was waspoor waspoor waspoor
poor at politics politicsFirst politicsFirst politicsFirst
First according to the President ob objection objecUon ohjection ¬
jection was made to tariff law law next ne < t the the4COOOO the41OOOO
4COOOO corporations didnt like the cor corporation corporation corporation ¬
poration tax and the magazines mag 2llnes had no nouse nouse nouse
use for the proposed Increase in the rates rateson rateson rateson
on secondclass mall matter matterSU11 matterStili matterStill
Still the President thought the country countrywould countrywould countrywould
would see that these measures were right rightAnd rightAnd rightAnd
And that he added is the best poli politics politics polltics ¬
tics In the end endMade endMade endMade
Made Speeches from Train TrainThe TrainTile
The President reached Rochester at I
345 oclock He came from Chicago In Ina ina ina
a special train to which was attached attachedalso attachedalso attachedalso
also the private car of President Brown Brownof Brownof Brownof
of the New York Central At Ashta Ashtabula Ashtabula Aahtahula
bula Ohio Erie and Northeast Pa PaDunkirk FaDunkirk PaDunkirk
Dunkirk Batavia and Buffalo the Presi President Prosident ¬ i
dent made brief rearplatform talks and andat andat
1 at several of these towns the school schoolchildren schoolchl1dren schoolchildren
children were out lined up at the sta station station station ¬
tion waiting to see Mr Taft TaftWhen TaftVhen TaftWhen
When the President reached Rochester Rochesterhe
he stood on the station platform while whilethe whilethe whilethe
the local company of naval reserves fired firedthe firedthe i ithe
the Presidential salute of twentyone twentyoneguns twentyoneguns j jguns
guns gunsAt gunsAt I
At the Hotel Seneca the President Presl ent made madea
a a brief speech to the crowd In the lobby lobbyHe lobb1He lobbyHe
He paid high compliment to the late lateJames lateTames lateJames
James Breck Perkins Representative ih ihj IhCongress thCongress
j Congress from this city cityWILL cityWILL cityWILL
Taft to Discuss Tariff Deadlock withUJnJster with withminister withMinister
minister of Finance FinanceRochester FJnanceRochester FinanceRochester
Rochester March 18 lBThe The tariff deadlock deadlockbetween deadlockbetweon deadlockbetween
between betweon this country and Canada may maybe maybe maybe
be broken at Albany tomorrow Presi President President President ¬
dent Taft told friends here tonight that thathe thathe thathe
he had taken the reins himself hlmseir and had hadarranged hadarranged hadarranged
arranged for a conferencd with W S SFielding SFielding SFielding
Fielding minister of finance of the Do Dominion Dominion Dominion ¬
minion of Canada and the tqe countrys tar tariff tarlrr tarIre ¬
Ire expert expertEarl experLEarl expertEarl
Earl Grey governor general generai of the Do Dominion Dominion Dominion ¬
minion is to be present at the banquet banquetgiven banquetgiven banquetgiven
given to tho President by the the University UniversityClub UniversityClub UniversityClub
Club tomorrow night an4 it is possible possiblehe possiblehe
he may attend the tariff conference al although although although ¬
though It Is certain too that Counselor CounselorHoyt CounselorHoyt
Hoyt of the State Department and andCharles andCharles andCharles
Charles M Pepper tariff expert of that thatdepartment thatdeDartment thatdepartment
department will be at Albany also alsoThe aboThe alsoThe
The President seemed pleased at the theprospect theprospect theprospect
prospect of talking over the situation situationwith sltuaUonwith situationwith
with Minister Fielding Although the thedeadlock thedeadlock
deadlock has been the source of more moreworry moreworry moreworry
worry to the administration than have havetho havethe havethe
the tariff difficulties with any dozen oth others others othera ¬
ers Mr Taft evidently hoped tonight to tofix tofix tofix
fix things up upWhether upWhether upWhether
Whether he will reach a tentative tentativeagreement tentatlcagreement tentativeagreement
agreement or not the President did not notinform notInform notinform
inform his callers but he intended to do doall doall doall
all that was possible it was said saidEarl saIdEarl saidEarl
Earl Grey Gre to Meet Taft TaftOttawa TaftOttawa TaftOttawa
Ottawa March 18 ISThe The governor gen general general general ¬
eral and Lady Grey this afternoon at attended attended attended ¬
tended the opening of the Protestant Protesta t In Infants Infants Infants ¬
fants Home Montreal Tomorrow Earl EarlGrey EarlGrey EarlGrey
Grey will leave for tor Albany to meet meetPresident meetPresident meetPresident
President Taft and Gov Hughes at the thedinner thedinner thedinner
dinner of the University Club of Albany AlbanyCapital AlbanyCapItal Albanypftal
Capital pftal and Profits Iro ta OVer OT00005 OT00005Two 1l1OOQXJTwo LTOOOXTwo
Two Generations Generationsof
of Depositors Depositorshave
have found their banking bankingrequirements bankingrequirements bankingrequirements
requirements most satisfac satisfactorily satisfactorily satisfactorily ¬
torily met by our banking de department department department ¬
partment partmentThe partmentThe 1 1The
The OLDEST savings de depository depository depository ¬
pository in in the District of ofColumbia ofColumbia ofColumbia
Columbia Columbia23TSnme ColumbiattrSnme ColumbiaXuSnme
23TSnme rnte of Interest Int ret paid on onboth onboth onboth
both large and small accounts accountsNational nccountsNational acOuntaNational
National Savings SavingsTrust SavingsTrust SavingsTrust
Trust Company CompanyCor
Federal Officials Consult with the theWestern theYeJltern theWestern
Western Firemen lilremenChicago FiremenChicago FiremenChicago
Chicago March IS 18With With the time for forthe forthe forthe
the walkout of 25000 tOOO members of the thsBrotherhood theBrotherhood theBrotherhood
Brotherhood of Railway Firemen and En Englnemon Engin Enginemen
glnemon gin em on eripoye5 orlr19ye on fortyeight West Weatorn Westom Westera
era railroads fixed for Monday Monda strenuous strenuousefforts strenuouseftorts strenuousefforts
efforts are being exerted by Chairman ChairmanMartin ChairmanMartin ChairmanMartin
Martin A Knapp and Labor Commission Commisslonpr
pr Nclll to effect a truce between the thegeneral thegeneral thegeneral
general managers committee of the rail railroads raU1oac1s railroads ¬
roads and the representatives of tho thounion tlounion thounion
union unionThe unionThe unionThe
The fact that the strike has been beencalled beencalled beencaUod
called for Monday was disclosed today todayin todayIn todayIn
in spite of the fact that all persons at affacted atf atfcted
facted f cted are bound to absolute secrecy secrec The TheFederal TheFederal TheFederal
Federal officials who are acting as medi mediators mediators mediatom ¬
ators decline to commit themselves even evento evento evento
to tho extent of admitting the purpose of oftheir oftheir oftheir
their visit 15It to Chicago ChicagoWEATHEE ChicagoWBATHER ChicagoWEATHEi
u 8 Dept of Agriculture Weather We thu Buroa BuroaWaAInfiten BuresuWashthton urtaa urtaaWuhmton
WaAInfiten lriikT Match 13 19108 l9lO8 p Po m mTta mThe inThe
The pressure distribution OTGT the United Slates Slatesand Statuand Satasand
and the adjacent oceans o aIJ5 U sncb as to indicate KT KTeral ueieral eT eTera
eral era days da of warmer weather w thcr brginnlBg Saturday Saturdayla Iatuelayin turdal turdalIn
In the Eastern States and a continuation of a mode moderately m0derately modeate ¬
ate ately high temperature over the Southern States Statesthe StateJthe SU3the
the Plains pl S States and the Ohio > and Mississippi Mississippivalkys MtaI5Ipp1aOO Miu3iuuIp5traIk
valkys raIk and the Lake region Unusually UDU5UlJ low tem temperatures temventures temrcratures ¬
ventures for the teason w Were re reported from rein the theNortheastern theNortlMutem theNortheaMerzi
Northeastern States Friday morning mom1 At Greenrilte GreenrilteMe Grrenrilk1e GrsenrifleMe
Me 1e the minimum temperature telRp rLtoro was 10 degrees be below below helow ¬
low aero and at XonhflcM N Vt I decrees below belowtcro belowurn belowzero
urn tcroAi Ai marked rise in temperature baa taken Wten place in inthe 1Bthe Isthe
the Ohio and Upper Mississippi 1seissIppi raitays taU p and tho thoLake thoLake theLake
Lake region and temperatures above the normal normalwere normalwilre normalwere
were general in the Western States StatesLocal StatesLocaI StatesLocal
Local rains have fallen tan in the West Gulf Gul States StatesTennessee StattsTennessee StatesTennessee
Tennessee and on the Pacific Coast in all other otherdistrict otherdlstrfcts otherdistricts
district the weather was fair during the last lasttwentyfour luttwentyfour hattwentyfour
twentyfour hours hoursWith boursWith hoursWith
With the exception tt c widely scatUwd showers in inthe Inthe inthe
the Gulf States Sta the Lower Miasfadppi Mi MssIP Jppi Valley the thePlateau th thPlatew thePlatoon
Plateau rejion and on the Pacific Coast generally
fair m weather will prevail nTall throughout the country count countduring
during Saturday and Sunday
Warmer weather te I indicated for the Middle At Atlantic Atlantic Atlantic ¬
lantic States and the Lower Lake region Saturday Saturdayand Stturdarand Saturdayand
and New England En 3nd Saturday aDd Sunday Tem Temperatures Temptratures Tenperatures ¬
peratures above the normal will continue elsewhere elsewhereThe elsewherEThe elsewhereThe
The winds along aloo the New England coast t will b blight be belight belight
light south and southwest on the Middle Atlantic Atlanticcoast Atlan Atlantisenast c ceooK
coast light southerly on the Soath Atlantic coast coastlight routlight roastlight
light to moderate easterly on the East Gulf Gul coast coastlight routlight roastlight
light variable on the Wo Woet t Gulf Gul coast moderate moderatesoutheast moderateaouthust moderatesoutheast
southeast and south on Lake Michigan moderate moderatesouth moderatesouth moderatesouth
south and southwest southwestSteamers southwestSteamlm southwestSteamQrs
Steamers departing Saturday for European ports portswfll vomwill xirts xirtswill
will hare moderate south and southwest winds and andfair IWdfaJr andfair
fair weather to the Grand Banks BanksLocal BuwoC BanksLocal
Local oC l Temperature TemperatureMidnight TemperaturellidnIght TemperatureMldakht
Midnight 36 2 a s m 36 4 a L m 33 6 a m in328a
32 3 328a 8 E L m n36lOa 3S 10 a m nsOl2 40 12 neon 49 492 2 p pn pn524pin566p ja
52 524pin566p 4 p m 56 6 p m 64 8 p Po m 18 p Po m mH
44 Maximum E5 fi minimum 3L 3LRelative 3LReaUtB 31 31Itelatire
Relative humidity hlmddlb8 8 a m S2 2 p Po m 46 S Sp Sp Sp
p m 53 Rainfall 3 p Po m to t 8 p Po m 0 Hours Hoursof Hoursof floursof
of sunshine 100 Per cent of possible sunshine 83 83Temperature 83Temperature 83Temperature
Temperature same date last year yearMaximum Maximum 47 47minimum Uminimum 41minimum
minimum 17 17Temperature tlIemperaturesjn 7 71emperature
Temperature Iemperaturesjn In Other Cities CitlenTemperatures ciUuTemperatnrC9 CitiesTemperatures
Temperatures in other cities together with the theamount theamount theamount
amount of rainfall fer the twehe hours ended at 8 8p Sp
p m yesterday are as fellows
Rain RainMax RafnMax ReinMax
Max Mm 8pm SP m falL falLAUiene tal talAblfene fallAbilene
Abilene Tax 78 43 72 72Asherille 72A5btlille 72Asberllle
Asherille N C 51 33 54 54Atlanta 54Atla1t3 54tuautaGa
Atlanta tuautaGa Ga 1 H 56 T TAtkntic TAt TAtlantic
Atlantic At n c City N J 41 4 26 33 33Bismarck 38Bismarck 35Bistnarck
Bismarck N Dak 79 i 41 6S T TBoston Tostot1 TBestoiMass
Boston BestoiMass ostot1 Mass 40 US lS 32 32Baffato 32Baflalo 3 3Buffalo
Buffalo N Y 41 24 2 33 33Charleston 3SCharleston 33CharlestonSC
Charleston CharlestonSC S a 62 6 50 M MChicago 58Chicago 8 8ChIC1lJo
Chicago Ill 63 33 i W WCincinnati GICincinnati i iCincinnati
Cincinnati Ohio TO 33 33Cheyenne 64 64Cheyenne I ICheyenne
Cheyenne Wyoy Vro W 4 J 31 CO COCleveland GOCI 5 5Cleveland
Cleveland CI eland Ohio 56 23 50 50Davenport 5 5Davenport 0 0Davenport
Davenport Iowa 72 33 61 61Denter 61r 61flenuer
Denter Colo Cob 70 JS es esDes tJ6Des 66Des
r Des Moines Ioln Iowa 72 12 61 MDetroit 61Detroit 61Detroit
Detroit Mich Iich 54 j 23 g gDuluth S3 S3Duluth 3SDuluth
Duluth Minn 33 21 J8 J8Eastpwt 36Estport 38EastpoztMe
EastpoztMe Eastpwt Me 26 8 24 24GalTeston 24Galveston 24Galeeston
Galveston Tex 65 3 60 64 64Hatteras 54Hatte2s 64Hatteras
Hatteras N C 66 45 60 60Helena SOI 50Belena
I Helena Mont 65 33 62 62Huron 62I 62liuronSDak
I Huron liuronSDak a 8 Dak 76 6 36 66 66Indianapolis E EIndbtaPt 66Indianapolis
Indianapolis IndbtaPt > Us Ind 6342 6iJ t2 4 62 62Jacksonville 62Jackeonnlle
I Jacksonville Fla 74 50 51 64 64Jupiter 64Jutrltcr 64Jupiter
Jupiter Fla la 72 EC 64 64Kansas MI 64Kansas
I Kansas City Mo 10 10 43 3 62 62Key 6ZKey 62KeyWest
Key KeyWest West Fla 78 6 64 I C8 C8Little C8LittIo 5 5Little
Little Rock Ark 66 50 62 62Los 6 6Los 6Los
Los Angeles An les Cal TS 58 70 70Mttouette mMUQuette O OMarquette
Marquette Mich lIch 51 I 21 ZIMempbis 44 44Memphis 44Memphis < <
Memphis Tenn ToxinGO 63 54 IaXuhrlDe 66 66Nashville csxaahtlne
Nashville Thin 70 O 44 64 I 01 01New OU OUNew 011New
New Orleans Le 74 54 64 64New 61New I IN
New N W York N Y 44 44orfo1k v 24 38 38Norfolk 38Norfolk
Norfolk orfo1k Va 52 5 36 6 44 44North 4 4North ifNorth
North Platt Nebr 76 6 23 72 72Omaha 12Omaha 72Omaha
Omaha Nebr 74 1 43 3 66 66Palestine 6SPalestine 66Palcatine
Palestine Tex 72 62 62 2 T TPhiladelphia TPhUlu1tlphia TPhUslia
Philadelphia Pa 43 23 S 42 42Plttaburg 43PI 42Pittslxirg
Plttaburg PI Pa 62 6 33 jz 60 60Portland 60Pcrtland 65Portland
Portland Me 30 3 > > 12 12Portland 23 23Portland 25Portland
Portland Oreg Ore 61 52 68 56BaIt OU OUSalt 014Salt
Salt Lake City Utah 73 43 63 C88t T TSt TSLLOUI3Mo
St SLLOUI3Mo Louis Mo 70 50 C4 C4St et8t 54St
St Paul Minn 3Cm finn 68 36 6t 6tSan GlSlln 61San
San Frandsco Gal v w to 51 51Springfield T TSpringfield To ToBprlngficld
Springfield HI 70 42 53 008 008Taccma 0 0ceTaroma < 6 6Tacoma
Tacoma Wash 56 56 T TTampa TTampa 1 1Tampa
Tampa Fla 74 1 50 62 62Toledo E2Toledo 62Tolcdo
Toledo Ohio 54 23 44 44Wichita 41Wichit1 45Wichita
Wichita Kans 53 3 44 53 53Tlie saTh1e 53Tide
Tide Tixble TixbleToday Table TableTodayHgh TableTodayElzh
Today TodayHgh High tide 233 a L In and 303 3 p m Low Lowtide Lowtid I4wtide
tide tid 93 s m and 10 p Po pToniorrowIligh m mTomorrow mmClTOW1Iigb
Tomorrow mClTOW1Iigb High tide 343 J a m and 4fll p m mLow mLow asLow
Low tide 1012 a m and hitS p m mCondition mCondition asCondition
Condition of the Water WaterSpecial WaterHPtdal WaterSpecial
Special to The Washington Herald HeraldHarpers HeraldHarpers HeraldHarpers
Harpers Ferry Fert W Va March 13Both rivers rivenclear rimaclear riversclear
OVER PRETTY GIRL GIRLdevolution GIRLRevolution
Revolution in Domingo May MayFollow Mayollow MayFollow
Follow ollow Dispute DisputeSENOEITA DisnteSENORITA DisputeSENORITA
Citizens Object and Demand Native NativeBeauty NatheDeuub NativeBeauty
Beauty Bat Syrian Gel Gets Vote VoteEnough VoteEnoughIreddent VotesEnoughlreMldeIit
Enough EnoughIreddent President of the Republic RepublicMember Republic1Uemler RepublicMembers
Member of Cabinet and Army Of Officers OfficeIll Offleers ¬
ficers Take Sides in Controversy ControversyNew Controversylew
New lew York March IS ISThe The astonishing astonishingstory astonishingstory astonIshingstory
story of how the Dominican republic al almost almost cimost ¬
most suffered overthrow because of the thebeauty thebeauty thebeauty
beauty of a Syrian girl arrived In New NewYork NeWYork NewYork
York today In a a loiter written to the theAlhoda theAlhoda he heAlhodn
Alhoda the Syrian dally newspaper here hereby hereby hereby
by Its correspondent In San Pedro do doMacorls deMacorls doMacoris
Macorls Although the crisis was reached reacheda
a month ago state affairs in the republic republicare republicarasUl1 republicarc
are arasUl1 still In a turmoil and a a revolution revolutionmay revplutlonmay revolutionthay
may may be looked look d for at any minute while whilethe whUotho whilethe
the senorita s norltn Amanda Azar remains un unwed unwed unwed
wed wedFebruary February 10 Is to Dominicans what a aunion aunJon aunion
union of the New Orleans MardI lardl Gras Grasand Grasand Grasand
and a Philadelphia Fourth of July would wouldsuggest wouldsuggest Wouldsuggest
suggest to us usEach usEach usEach
Each year year a girl Is chosen queen of tho thofete thotete thefete
fete This year some one on proposed the thename thoname thename
name of Amanda Azar for that high of office office office ¬
fice At once there was an outcry Tl The TloSenorita TheSenorita o oSenorlta
Senorita Azar was beautiful beyond dis dispute dispute dinpute ¬
pute but she was not a native nativeAll natheAn nativeAll
All Take Sides SidesInstantly ShIesInstantly SidesInstantly
Instantly all tho citizens of San Pedro Pedrodo Pedrode Pedrodo
do Macoris took sides There are not notraoro notmore notmore
more than 300 Syrians in San Pedro but butMiss but1IIss butMiss
Miss Azar had many champions among amongthe amonGthe amongthe
the Dominicans Torchlight processions processionswere proc06slonswere processionswere
were Inaugurated seventeen new brands brandsof brandsot brandsof
of cigarettes were named in honor of the thefair thefair thefair
fair Syrian her health was drunk surrep surreptitiously surreptitiously surreptitiously ¬
titiously and In public a vile quality qu 1lty of ofrum orrum ofruin
rum was rechristened by a wine agent agentAmapcla agentAmlJ1d agentAmapdn
Amapcla The controversy spread to toSan toSan toSan
San Domingo tho Inhabitants of tho cap capital capItal capital ¬
ital became Inflamed with enthusiasm the thearmy thearmy thearmy
army was divided and the police force forcewas forcewas forcewas
was disrupted The members of tho cab cabinet cabInet cabmet ¬
inet unanimously refused refused to have anything anythingto
to do with President Prusld nt Ramon Caceres be bocause because because
cause he would espouse neither one side sidenor sidenor sidenor
nor the other otherThe otherTho otherThe
The house of Azar was besieged with withpersons withpersons withpersons
persons who wished to look upon the theSenorlta theSenorita theSenorita
Senorita Amanda The minister of for foreign torelgn forelgn ¬
elgn affairs drove over to San Pedro Podrode PodrodeMacorls de deMacorls doMacor1
Macorls Macor1 and made formal offers of mar marriage marriage marriage ¬
riage The minister Of war and marine marineordered marinoordered marineordered
ordered that the Dominican navy be re rechristened rechristened rechristened
christened Amanda The minister of tho thointerior thointerior theinterior
interior and police proposed by lotter to toMiss toMiss toMiss
Miss Azar The letter of course had to topass topass topass
pass through the hands of the minister ministerof
of communications promotion and public publicworks publicworks publicworks
works who intercepted it It Several duels duelswere duelswere duelswere
were fought which were ended by the thePresident thePresident thePresident
President threatening to put both suitors suitorsin
in the lockup lockupSyrian lockupSyrian lockupSyrian
Syrian Elected Queen QueenAt QueenAt QueenAt
At length the day of voting came cameBallots cnmeBallots cameBallots
Ballots were purchased by tho thousands thousandsMore thousandsMore thousandsMore
More than E0000 votos wore cast and andwhen andwhen andwhen
when they were counted tho Syrian girl girlwas girlwas girlwas
was found to have boon elected queen queenRiot quctmRiot queenRiot
Riot followed in San Pedro and tho capi capital capital capitel ¬
tal The President convened the cabinet cabinetwhich cabinetwhich cabinetwhich
which was all for Miss Azar Yet the thecitizens thecIU thecitizens
citizens cIU ns refused to t recognize a a Syrian Syrianqueen Syrianqueen Syrianqueen
queen The agriqultulists agri ultulists attacked the thePresident thePresident thePresident
President who was forced to flee for forhis torhis forhis
his life lifePresident lifePresldont lifePresident
President Caceres Was In a dilemma dilemmaHo dilemmaHo dilemmaHo
Ho has over four years ears more to serve as asPresident asPresident asPresident
President if he can stave err of a revolu revolution reOlutlon revolution ¬
tion At length lengthhe he proposed that th t Mer Mercedes Mercedes Mercedes ¬
cedes Caselloro Cas ell oro a girl of Spanish blood bloodyet bloodyet bloodyet
yet native born share Mtes U6S Azars honor honorThis honorThis honorThis
This was carried out and both queens queenspresided queenspresided queenspresided
presided at San Podros fete feteSince feteSince feteSince
Since the fete however concludes concludesAlholdas concludesAlholdas concludesAlholdas
Alholdas correspondent a great foot dis dissension dissension dinsension ¬
sension has arisen and there is talk of a arevolution arevolution arevolution
revolution revolutionDANIEL revolutionDANIEL revolutionDANIEL
Physicians Give Out Hopeful Bulle Bulletin Dulletin BulIetin ¬
tin at Daytona DaytonaDaytona DaytonaDaytona DaytonaDaytia
Daytona Fla March 18 ISoAt At 9 oclock oclocktonight oclocktonight oclocktonght
tonight physicians ph slclans in attendance on onSenator onSenator onSenator
Senator John W Daniel issued the fol following tollowing following ¬
lowing statement statementSenator statementSenator statementSenator
Senator Daniels condition had not notchanged notchanged notchanged
changed during the past twentyfour twentyfourhours twonty twentyfourhours four fourhouJs
hours His pulse temperature and kid kidney kldn kidny ¬
ney n conditions are satisfactory The Thestate Thestato Thestate
state of coma continues marked but is isnot isnot isnot
not of the profoundest type The patient patientis
is getting an adequate amount or nourish nourishment nourishment nourishment
Xeiv Ne York Villages Show Remark RemarkAble Remarkble Remarkitble
Able ble Political Upheaval UpheavalUtlca UphcaTalUtica UpheavalUtica
Utica N Y March IS ISThe The village villageelections vlUageelection villageolectionn
elections in a number of chartered com communities communities coinmunitles ¬
munities in Central New York during the thepresent thepresent thepresent
present week have shown large Demo Democratic Democratic Democratic ¬
cratic gains gainsDolgevllle gainsDolgevllle gainsDolgeville
Dolgevllle went Democratic for tho first firsttime firsttime firsttime
time in five years and the village of ofHerkimcr ofHerkimer ofHerkimer
Herkimer a Republican stronghold also alsolined alsolined alsolined
lined up with the Democrats Gouve Gouveneur Gouenaur Gouveneur
neur Hamilton and Canastota rockrib rockribbed rockribbed rockribbed ¬
bed Republican communities elected eleot d the thetickets thetickets thetickets
tickets placed In the field by the Demo Democrats Democrats Democrats ¬
crats cratsOther cratsOther cratsOther
Other villages heretofore Inclined to toward toward toward ¬
ward Republicanism but this week elect electing electing electing ¬
ing Democratic tickets are Canajoharle CanajoharleFort CanajoharleFort CanajoharleFort
Fort Plain arid Fultonville FultonvilleThe FultonvJ11eThe FultonvilleThe
The election of Penn Yan resulted in ina Ina ina
a clean Democratic sweep except police policeJustice polleejustice policejustice
Justice The board of trustees Is now nowsolidly nowsolidly nowsolidly
solidly Democratic with a a Democratic Democraticpresident Democraticpresident Democraticpresident
president for the first time in the mem memory memory mensory ¬
ory of the oldest o1 est inhabitant inhabitantIn InhabitantIn
In SavonPlattsburg and Hammonds Hammondsport Hammondsport Hammonsport
port Republican candidates were war elected electedby electedby electedby
by smaller majorities majorities than usual usualInvito usualInvifo usualInvfto
Invito Cannon to Banquet BananetGlenns DanQuetGlenns BanquetGlenne
Glenns Falls N Y March 18 18Uncle 18UncleToe Uncle UncleJoe
Joe Cannon may be one of the speakers speakersat
at the annual banquet of the Glenns Falls FallsClub FallsClub a11s a11sClub
Club to be held in the armory Saturday Saturdaynight SaturdaynlghL Saturdaynight
night He has been Invited and a big bigeffort bigeftort bigeffort
effort is being made to get him here The Thespeakers Thespeakers Thespeakers
speakers will Include Vice President PresidentSherman PresidentSherman
A good brandy sauce gives a a fin finishing finIshing finishing ¬
ishing touch to puddings of all allkinds allkinds allkinds
kinds The better the brandy the thebetter thebetter thebetter
better tho sauce will taste ToKa ToKalon ToKaIon ToKaIon
Ion Brandy is pure and has the theright theright theright
right flavor Per bottle 75 cents centshalf centshalt centshalf
half bottle 40 cents centsToKALON centsTOKALON centsTOKALON
814 14141 14lh St sN KW N W WPhone Phone HJH M SII
Gov Willson Vetoes Bill ill Favoring FavoringConfederate FavoringOonfederate FavoringConfederate
Confederate Veterans VeteransFrankfort VeteransFrankfort VeteransFrankfort
Frankfort Ky March 18 18Dlsapprov 18Dlsapprovedts 1sDisapproved Dlsapprov j
ed edts is the word that Qov Willson wrote on onthe onthe onthe
the bill passed at the session of the thegon thegonernl gen geeoral j jeral
oral assembly which will keep k P the theConfederate theConfederate j jConfederate
Confederate veterans of o this Stato from fromreceiving fromrecfilving fromreceiving
receiving a pension from frorp the State StateGiving StateGiving StateGiving
Giving his reasons for the veto Gov GovWlllson Gov1Vl11sonsays CoytVlllson
Wlllson 1Vl11sonsays says that there Is I no money In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the Staletreasury to pay the pension pe nslon and andhe andlie
he adds that th t the people of the theStatehave theStatehavenot State StatehaVe StatehaVenot have j jnot I
not been b en Consulted ons111ted as to whether or qr not notthey notthey j
they want the taxes raised It would re require require require ¬
quire fj5000 75000 a year for thcjnext five years yearsto yearsto yearsto
to pay the pensions pensionsGov pensionsGov pensionsS
S Gov Willson says that he Is going to tocall tocall tocall
call an extra session of the legislature legislaturenext legislaturenext legislaturenextMay
next nextMay May ray and that he will consider put putting puttlng putting ¬
ting this measure in the call callFINDS callFINDS callFIIDS
Prof fiilpreeht Translates TranslatesMystic TranslatesIJJsti TranslatesMystid
Mystic IJJsti Signs on Clay ClayCOMES OlayCOMES ClayCOMES
Tablets Drought from Pflppur Tell TellStory TellStor TellStory
Story Stor of Flood More Ancient Ancl nt by 1 a aThonimml aThoUJIlUntl aThousand
Thousand Year than Any An Here Heretofore JI heretofore te tetofore ¬
tofore Known nonStrJIdnl Striking Similar Similarity SJmllarIty Similarity ¬
ity to that of Hebrew Scripture ScripturePhiladelphia ScripturePhiladelphia ScripturePhiladelphia
Philadelphia March IS lBProf Prof Hermann HermannV
V HUprecht of the University of Penn Pennsylvania Pennsyhanla Pennsylvania ¬
sylvania has a little piece of hardened hardenedolay hardenedolay hardenedolay
olay upon which are traced the mystlo mystlosigns m mystlosigns stlo stlostgns
signs of a n language that has not been beenuttered beenuttered beenuttered
uttered in common speech for more than
3000 years yearsThe yearaThe yearsThe
The chief fact brought out on the tab tablet tablet tablet ¬
let Is that tho people of Ur from which whichAbraham whichAbraham whichAbraham
Abraham came the people of the plains plainsof plaInsof plainsof
of Shlmar had a a story of the deluge al almost almost almost ¬
most Identical with that of the Old Tes Testament TestUment Teetament ¬
tament tamentAmong tUmentAmong tamentAmong
Among the th tablets brought out of Nip Nippur Nlppur Nippur ¬
pur by the last expedition from the Uni University University University ¬
versity of Pennsylvania was one frag fragment fragment frogmont ¬
ment which is part of a deluge story storymore storymore storymore
more ancient by 1000 years enrs than any anythat anythat anythat
that has been found and antedating by byat byat byat
at least 200 years the time that Abraham Abrahamleft Abrahamleft Abrahamleft
left Ur to go to the land of Canaan CanaanFragments CanaanFrugnlent CanaanFragment
Fragments Are Deciphered DecipheredThis DecipheredThis DecipheredThis
This fragment has been deciphered by byProf byPro byProf
Prof Pro Hilprecht HilprechtEven HtlprechtEvon HllprechtEven
Even the errors in tho translation of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Bible text from Hebrew to Eng English Engnsh English ¬
lish mark the striking similarity between betweenthe betweenthe betweenthe
the Nippur story of tho deluge and that thatof thatof thatof
of the ancient Hebrews Prof HUprecht HUprechtpoints IIllprechtpoints Hiiprechtpoints
points out that the word which the trans translators translators translators ¬
lators of a few hundred years ago ron rendered roodered rondered ¬
dered as window really meant roo rooIn roof roofIn roof roofin
In the old Hebrew Where our Bibles Biblessay BibIessay Biblessay
say A window shalt thou make to the theark theark theark
ark It should have read by correct correcttranslation correcttranslation correcttranslation
translation A roof shalt thou make to tothe tothe tothe
the ark arkThe arkThe arkThe
The tablet story of the deluge written
2100 B C which Prof Hilprecht has hastranslation hastranslation hastranslation
translation A roof shalt thou make to totho totho totho
tho Gods says With a a strong i deck or orroof orroof orroof
Among mon the recent r eent arrivals at atthe atthe atthe
the Hotel Shelburne Is I Unlt UnltStates UnitedSlates United UnitedStates
States Senator Gaynor of Balti Baltimore Balt1mor Daltimori ¬
more mor Md He is accompanied accompaniedby
by II his hi family during an exten extensive ext extensire en enIIIT6 ¬
sire visit here Senator Gnynor Gnynorrecently G Gaynorrecently nor norrecently
recently figured in one of the thebiggest thebiggest thebiggest
biggest fights fight that have featured featuredthe fenturedtlte featuredthe
the Senate sessions easlon In years enrs He HeIs HeIs HeIs
Is prominent In the political cir circles circles dr drdes ¬
des cles of the South SouthFrom So SouthFrom nth nthFrom
From the Atlantic City Press PressMarch PressMarch PressMarch
March 17 191 191ELOBA 191e 191eI 191eFLORA 191eTLORA
Dr Dr5 Bode Denies Fake Charge ChargeMade Chargellade ChargeMade
Made by Dr Pinkus PinkusBerlin PinkusBerlin PinkusBerlin
Berlin March 18 lBDr Dr Bode the well wellknown wellknown wellknown
known art exp ex exert ert t and director of the theKaiser theKaiser theKaiser
Kaiser Friederich Museum does not ac accept accept ancept ¬
cept the verdict of Dr Pinkus of the theGerman theGerman theGerman
German Chemical Sooiety who after a achemical n nchemical achemical
chemical analysis of the wax composing composingthe composingthe composingthe
the much muc discussed Flora bust which whichDr whichDr whichDr
Dr Bode purchased in England as the thework thework thework
work of Leonardo da Vinci pronounced pronouncedIt
It as of comparatively modern manufac manufacture manufacture manufacture ¬
ture tureDr tureDr tureDr
Dr Bode now says that Prof Rathgen Rathgenmade Rathgenmade Rathgenmade
made several analyses aI llly es for the museum museumand museumand museumand
and found that the wax of the bust was wasquite wasquite wasquite
quite different from that used by b Lucas Lucaswho Lucaswho Lucaswho
who Dr Bodes opponents claim was wasthe wasthe j jtho
the real maker of the bust Dr Pinkus Pinkusaccording Pln Pinlusaccording ug ugaccording
according to Dr Bode presumably presumablyahzed an analyzed analyzed ¬
alyzed part of the outer layer of wax waxwhich waxwhich waxwhich
which Lucas added addedHe adde addedHe l lHe
He quotes Prof Pro Lippmann chemist at atHalle atHalle atHalle
Halle University as authority for the thestatement thestatemont thestatement
statement that spermaceti which Dr DrPinkus DrPinkus DrPinkus
Pinkus found to be one of the com components components components ¬
ponents of the wax used In the bust was wasabundantly wasabundantly wasabundantly
abundantly used In Mediterranean coun countries countries countries ¬
tries at the beginning of the sixteenth sixteenthcentury sixteenthcentury sixteenthcentury
century despite the belief In some quar quarters quarters quarters ¬
ters that it was not known until 1700 1700PEOBE liOOPROBE 1700PROBE
New York Legislators Divided 10 10OOO
000 In the Year 1001 1001New 1901New 1001New
New York March 18 ISRlght Right at the thestart thestart thestart
start off of an Investigation begun today todayby todayby todayby
by Supt William 1l1Iam H Hotchkiss of the theState theState theState
State Insurance department into the af affairs aftalrs atfairs ¬
fairs and legislative activities of in insurance insurance insurance ¬
surance companies testimony was given givenwhich givenwhich givenwhich
which brought out evidence of a fraud of
10000 raised by the fire Insurance in interests Interests Intercets ¬
terests for the purpose of o taking care careof careof careof
of certain legislation in the early part of o
1901 1901Half
Half of this th s amount according to the thetestimony thetestimony thetestimony
testimony went to the Republican State Statecommittee Statecommitteeor Statecommitteeor
committee committeeor or to Its chairman the late lateReuben lateReuben lateReuben
Reuben L Fox The other s5o 5000 was wasscattered wasscattered wasscattered
scattered around among various people peopleof peopleof peopleof
of political influence The only one of ofthose orthose ofthose
those to have his name mentioned was wasGeorge wasGeorge wasGeorge
George WAldridge of Rochester who it itwas itwas Itwas
was said got 500Veteran 500 500Veteran 500Veteran
Veteran Horseman Is I Dead DeadMemphis Dendllemphls DeadMemphis
Memphis Tenn March 18 18Strlcken 18Strlckenwith lSStrlckenwith Stricken Strickenwith
with paralysis shortly after taking an anautomobile anautomobile anautomobile
automobile ride with President Presl entF F C CJones CTones CJones
Jones of the th Memphis Trotting Assocla Association AssoclatIon Assoclation ¬
tion A M B Howe veteran harness horse horseman hor horman horseman ¬
man died i d today shortly after the at attack attack ¬
tack J
r L Jr c =
ALWAY8 515 515I
I Granulated G = a Sugar r 25 lbs for o 1 125 125WHEN 125WHEN I II
to 1 or more ore and delivered w with th same sameVan sameVan
Milk for 6c 6cVAN 6cVAN
Van Camps one day
I at lOc not over 20 cans to a a buyer buyerBest buyerI buyerBest I
Best Rice 310 31b sacks sacksPrunes s cks 20e 20cPrunes
Prunes whole or pitted 3 lbs IbsEvaporated 20c 20cEvaporated 20cEvaporated
I Evaporated Peaches 3 Ibs IbsPillsburs o 25c 25cPillsburYs 25cPillsburys I
Pillsburs PillsburYs Flour y i bbl bblApples 0 89c 89cApples 89cApples
Apples Pippins large cans cansTomatoes 712c 712cI 712cTomatoes
Tomatoes Matchless Brand 4 for forVan fa 25c 25cVan
Van Camps Peas sifted siftedShrivers 71hc 71hcShrivers 71acShrivers
I Shrivers Corn Blue Ridge RidgeBeets RidgeBeets J 7c 7cBeets I
Beets large cans cansBoneless 7c 7cBoneless 7cBoneless
Boneless Codfish ilb box boxSalmon 15c 15cI 15cSalmon
Salmon Steak flat cans cansChalmers 8c 8cChalmers
Chalmers Jelly POv1er Powder PowderPeaches 51hc 51hcPeaches 512cPeaches
I Peaches Columbus ColumbusShredded l6c l6cShredded 16cShredded I
Shredded Wheat Biscuit BiscuitGold lIe lIeI licGold
Gold Dust DustSunny lc 1cSunny
Sunny Monday Soap 7 for forPure forPure 25c 25cPure
I Pure Jelly J eIly large glasses glassesRising 71hc 71hcRising 71scRising I
Rising Sun Stove Polish PolishMacaroni 5c 5c6c 5cf 5cMcaroni
Macaroni Mcaroni f < caroni and Spaghetti SpaghettiBaked 6c 6c7c 6cI 678c 678cBaked
I Baked Ba ed Beans eans large can canCalifornia > 7c 7c23c 7cCalifornia l lJ
J California Asparagus AsparagusBoneless 23c 23c19c 23ci 23cI
i I Boneless Bacon lean strips stripsSugarcured 19c 19c17c 19cSugarcured 9c I
Sugarcured Hams 17c J
Fair Hoosier Wants to See His Tick Tickets Tickets Tickets ¬
ets for Banquet BanquetGneiit BanquetGuest BanquetGuellt
Guest of Honor Enjoys Laugh and andLater andLater j jLater
Later Talks to Former and andPresent andPresent andPresent
Present Indianlana IndianlanaNew IndianianNew indianlansNew
New York March IS 18Ylce Vice President PresidentCharles PresidentCharles PresidentCharles
Charles Warren Fairbanks who re returned returned returned ¬
turned to his native land Thursday night nightafter nightafter nightafter
after having hobnobbed with kings and andemperors andemperors andemperors
emperors found tonight that he was not notknown notknown notknown
known by b at least one Indianian or orbetter orbatter orbetter
better one Indianienne IndianienneWith IndlanlenneWith IndlanienneWith
With his wife he went to the Hotel HotelAstor HotelAstor HotelAstor
Astor where they the were to be the honor honored honored honored ¬
ed guests of the daughters of the Indiana IndianaSociety IndianaSocIety IndianaSociety
Society at a a reception and dinner but butwhen butnhen butwhen
when Mr Ir Fairbanks started to go gothrough gothrough gothrough
through the door into the banquet room roomhe roombe roomhe
he was stopped by one of the women wom n of ofthe orthe ofthe
the society whose duty it was to collect collectthe collectthe collectthe
the dinner tickets ticketsShe ticketsShe ticketsShe
She wanted to see s e Mr Fairbanks Fairbanksticket Fairbanksticket Fairbanksticket
ticket and Mr Fairbanks said he did didnot didnot dIdnot
not have one The vigilant Igilant keeper of the thewtaket thewicket thewicket
wicket could not see how Mr Fairbanks Fairbankswas Fairbankswas Fairbankswas
was going to get In without a ticket un until until notil ¬
til the former Vice President introduced introducedhimself Introducedhimself Introducedhimself
himself Then Mr and Mrs Fairbanks Fairbankshad Fairbankshad Fairbankshad
had a a good laugh at the expense of the theIndianienne theIndlanlenne theIndianienne
Indianienne who had lived so long in inNew inNew inNew
New York that she did not know her herhome herhome herhome
home folks folksWhen folksWhen folksWhen
When Mr Fairbanks rose to reply to tothe tothe tothe
the nice thIngs that had been said about abouthim abouthim aboutbins
him he told told the Indlanians how much he hethought hethought hethought
thought of the State StateMr StateMr StateMr
Mr Fairbanks told his fellows from fromHoosier tromHoosier fromHoosier
Hoosier land that during his progress progressaround progressaround progressaround
around the world he had noted a a grow growing growSng growlag ¬
lag respect for the United States among amongall amongall amongall
all countries and he was glad to eee eeethat Beethat seethat
that our influence was being exercised exercisedover exercIsedover exercisedover
over other countries not by force of ofarms orarms ofarms
arms but by the weight of precept and andexample andexample andexample
example exampleFIREBUGS examplePIItEBUGS >
Huntingdon Suffers Heavy Heen Loss n nResnlt nResult as asResult
Result of Incendiary Blaze DlnzeHuntingdon DlazeHu BlazeHuntingdon
Huntingdon Hu tlngdon Pa March IS lSIncendlar lSIncendlarIsm lSIncendlarlam Incendiari IncendiariIsm
Ism ran wild In this city early today todayAt todayAt todayAt
At 130 oclock fires were started almost almostsimultaneously almostsimultaneously almostsimultaneously
simultaneously In every section of the thetown thetown thetown
town The Huntingdon fire department departmentwas
was unable to cope with the attack o othe othe othe
the firebugs and assistance was secured securedfrom securedfrom securedfrom
from Lewistown and Tyrone TyroneThe TroneThe TyroneThe
The result of the fires Is the total loss lossof lossof lossof
of the First Methodist Church the Cen Central Central Ceistial ¬
tral Planing Mill Companys plant J 3 S SBares SBares SBares
Bares jjlaning laning mill several private resi residences restdances j jdonees
dances and the partial destruction of ofthe Ofthe ofthe
the First Presbyterian Church The Thelosses Thelosses Thelosses
losses are estimated at 200000Mrs 200000Mrs 200000 200000Mrs
Mrs James Miller a widow whose whoseresidence whoseresidence whoseresidence
residence in Fifth street was destroyed destroyeddied destroyeddied destroyeddied
died after being removed from her In Invalid Inalld invalid ¬
valid alld bed bedAbe bedAbe c cAbc
Abe Reed and John Earl two twomen young youngmen YOU YOUmen
men of this place were arrested and lire lirebeing hrobeing are arebeing
being held on suspicion of being impli implicated Implicated 1mphcated ¬
cated In tho fires firesFive firesFive firesFive
Five years ago there was a a similar similaroutbreak similaroutbreak similaroutbreak
outbreak of incendiarism in Huntingdon Huntingdonbut i ibut
but despite an unusual effort to locate locatethe locatethe locatethe
the criminals no arrests were made
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t i had ragged edges the buttonboJes but torn eat eatthe sett 4 4or
or t the outer linen tern off a new coQarl c Ilar Yea Yeahave Youx 4 4t
x t would kick woo1dnt ee You ww1d ww1dban weddbars
have a a right ri to for that sort of f work is isunjust
4 4tmtlst
1 unjust tmtlstIt aisiustIf unjustIf
+ If you lU trant to hare the satIsfaction of oftoowins
i 1 knowing your laundry work Ori will be done doneMain deneT j jt
T right all the this phoec i1 e uam lain 1345 3 or orMain orMain
Main 1343 and our wagon WI CD will call callThe calL calLt callThe
The Franklin Laundry LaundryF
F V KILLIAN Prop Propi
i 504 to 508 13th St N W WSHERRY WI V t tx
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S100 100 Per Gallon GallonOR Galloni
S28 Sth St S E Phone Lin J2t J2tDIVIDE 021DIVIDE
Lake Shore Sllor and C and O Partition Partitiontlie PartitiontIle PartitIonthe
tIle Ohio Road RoadNew Roadlew RoadNew
New York March 18 lSofficial Official confirma confirmation confirmation confirmation ¬
tion was given today to the oftrepeated oftrepeatedrumor oftrepentedrumor oftrepeatedrumor
rumor that the Hocking Valley system systemhad systemhad systemhad
had been partitioned between the Lake LakeShore LakeShore LakeShore
Shore and the Chesapeake and Ohio A Adirector Adirector Adirector
director of the Chesapeake and Ohio at atthe atthe atthe
the close of a special meeting late this thisafternoon thisafternoon thinafternoon
afternoon gave out a typewritten ty 6wrltton state statement statement statement ¬
ment which reads readsThe readsThe readsThe
The Lake Shore buys bu s the Toledo and andOhio andOhio andOhio
Ohio Central and the the Zanesville and andWestern andVestern andWestern
Western The Chesapeake and Ohio buys buysfrom busfrom buysfrom
from the other trunk lines their holdings holdingsof
of Hocking Valley stock and the Lake LakeShore LakeShore LakeShore
Shore and Chesapeake and Ohio acquire acquirethe a quire qulrethe quirethe
the Kanawha and Michigan stock for formerly tormerly forroerly ¬
merly owned by the Hocking Valley ValleyControl ValleyControl ValleyControl
Control of the Hocking Valley is repre represented represented reprorented ¬
sented by b 69210 692 shares of common stock stockheld stockheld stockheld
held Jointly until today by the Pan PanHandle PanHandle PanHandle
Handle the Baltimore and Ohio the Erie Eriethe Eriethe Eriethe
the Chesapeake and Ohio and the Lake LakeShore LakeShore LakeShore
Shore The Chesapeake and Ohio held
11510 shares of this majority so the thesecuring thesecuring thesecuring
securing of o control meant the purchase purchaseof
of 57700 additional shares sharesMany sharesi sharesMany
i Many Ia y Attend ttend Church Sale SaleFirst SaleI SnleFirst >
I First Presbyterian Church was the thescene thescene thescene
scene of an Easter sale of homemade homemadefancy homemadeanc homemadefancy
fancy anc things last night An entertain entertainment entertaInmant entertainment ¬
ment In its connection was given under underauspices underauspices underauspices
auspices of the Womans Missionary So Society Society Society ¬
ciety Mrs White gave a irmgjcal recital recitalGarrlclc recitalGarrick recitalCarricic
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large number of the members were werepresent werepresent werepresent
present to enjoy the programme of vocal vocaland yocaland vocaland
and instrumental instrumeta1 numbers that made up upthe upthe upthe
the evenings evenlnsf entertainment A A buffet buffetluncheon buffetluncheon buffetluncheon
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