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4 THE TH WASHINGTON HERALD SATURDAY MARCH 19 1910
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1 1xq xq As a result of a big special purchase of mens suits suitswe suitsweare suits
1 we weare are able to quote prices that would seem extraordi extraordinarily extraordinarily extraordinari1y ¬
narily low if it were the end of the season Coming right rightnow rightnow
1 now when every man is is thinking of a new Easter suit suitthe suitthe suitI
I the values are of supreme importance importanceAll
E All new spring spring models in in the latest designs and andcolorings andcolorings
q + I colorings every suit tailored in inthe in the best manner mannerNot mannerNot manneri
i p1 Not to buy a new suit suit from this lot means to miss miss a achance achance
1 4j chance you will probably never know again againLOT againLOT again againS
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44 LOT ONE ONEMens Mens Mediumweight Suits of Worsted materials materialswith materI ls
r WPe 1 In a wide range or o dressy patterns and effects suoh uoh as a olive oUvegray
L j s gray dark mixtures blue selt striped Qt
t ct fects ects 0 Threbutton sack models lined linedwith
S with serge or Venetian Sizes 34 to 42 42Values 4 4Values 7 25
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S r 6 terials such as pure Worsteds Cheviots Serges S rgfs Novelties and
q J Fancy Serges In colorings of gray dark darkstripes ark arkstripes
stripes olive and novelty mixtures Correct Correctnew
4 i I new long lapels full cut properly shaped shapedtrousers shapedtrousers
S trousers Coats lined with mohair and serge sergeSizes sergeSizes 9 65 6
k Sizes 32 3 to 42 Values worth fl5 1 16 1650 and 7
518 18 Sale price 4
BOYS oY LEG CRUSHED CRUSHEDFouryearold ORUSHEDFoulyealol CRIISIIEDFoui
Fouryearold Foui yearold < l a Victim jctjm of ofAuto ofAuto ofAuto
Auto Accident AccidentBTfflS AccillentRUNS Accident1ULS
RUNS AWAY PROM HIS NURSE NURSEVltneHses NURSEitnes8cs NURSEVitneNsea
VltneHses of Ml 31bhap simp Unable io Ex Explain ExpIn Explain ¬
plain pIn In How Youngster Escaped with withIlia withIlls rUb rUblIb
lIb Life LlfeStrect Street Filled with Motor MotorCur MotorCura otor otorCar
Cur Cura and Fashionable Vehicles VehiclesVheu VehiclesWhtm VehieieWhen
When He Leaps from Sidewalk SidewalkAddiion SidewalkAddison SidewalkAddison
Addison Glee Gle GiekIng kin klng four years old ran ranaway rannway ranaway
away from his hl nurse yesterday afternoon afternoonand af aftrnoonand rnoon rnoonand
and now he Has is In bad at his fathers fathershome fathersllome fathershome
home his head bandaged one leg In a aplaster avlaster aplaster
plaster cast and his body bruised and andcut ant1cut andcut
cut the victim of an automobile acci accident acol1ent ace acedent ¬
dent dentPhysicians dentPhysicians 1entPhysicians
Physicians say ay the boy will recover but butit butit butit
it will m be many days daS before he can run runaround runaround runaround
around and play again 8 aIn for his right leg legwas l lwas lagwas
was badly badl crushed cru ed How the lad escaped escapedwith escapedwith escapedwith
with his life Is I more than the nurse tho thooccupants thooccuptlnts theoccupants
occupants of the automobile or other otherwitnesses otherWItnesses otherwitnesses
witnesses of the mishap can say saySon saySon saySon
Son of Bank Teller TellerThe TellerThe TellerThe
The boy Is the son of William H Gleso Glesoking Gla Glesaking > o oking
king teller in Riggs Bank Accompanied Accompaniedby
by his mirstf he left the Qelseking home homeat oomeat homeat
at 1960 Blltmore street and started for a awalk awalk awalk
walk in the afternoon sunshine It was wasshortly wasshortly wasshortly
shortly after 5 I oclock when the nurse nurseand nurseand nurseand
and the boy were walking at Adam Mill Millroad MlUrond Miiiroad
road and Lanler street streetAutomobiles streetAutomobllea streetAutomobiles
Automobiles fashionable equipages and andmotor andmotor andmotor
motor cycles were flashing past while whilepedestrian whUepedestrians whilepedestrians
pedestrians and pleasure seekers lined linedthe linedthe linedthe
the walks Addison was In high hl h spirits spiritsand spiritsand spiritsand
and In search of some sport He broke brokeaway brokeaway brokeaway
away from the nurse and ran ranThe ranThe ranThe
The girl ran after the lad and he left leftthe leUthl leftthe
the sidewalk Starting across the street streethe streeth streethe
he h ran in the path of an automobile and andbefore andbetore andbefore
before the chauffeur could stop the ma machine machine machine ¬
chine there was a thud a 8 childs scream screamand screamand r8 m mand
and the rasp of brakes as the machine machinehalted machinehalted machineialted
halted
Antolsts Autol ta Give Aid AidThe AldThe AidThe
The occupants of the automobile Harri HarrlBon Harrison Harrieon
Bon W Huculey his niece Miss Mary MaryHenway MaryHenway MaryHenway
Henway of 532 Third street northwest
and the driver Charles H Vulkman of
3311 M I street northwest Jumped to the theground theground theground
ground and ran back The nurso was in ina Ina ina
a paroxysm of fear and anxiety anxiit The lad ladhis ladhis ladhis
his clothes soiled and crumpled and his hisface hisface
face faC covered with blood from the scalp scalpwound scalpwound scalpwound
wound was carried to a drug store at atEighteenth atEIghteenth atEIhteenth
Eighteenth street and Coitusbia C mbla road roadDr rondoDr roadDr
Dr Edward H Egbert was summoned summonedi summonedand summonedand
i and applied firstaid remedies The boys boysi boysfathor boysfather
i father soon reached the store and carried carriedtho carriedI carriedthe
I the lad home in his arms Persons who whosaw who88W whosaw
saw the accident declare it was unavoid unavoidI unavoldable unavoidable
I able and the police took no action actionEAGLES aotionEAGLES actionEAGLES
EAGLES HAVE HA VB CELEBRATION CELEBRATIONWashington CELEBRATIONWashington CELEBRATIONWashington
Washington Aerie Clubhouse Crowd Crowded Crowded Crowded ¬
ed with Members embers and Guests GuestsEntertainment GuestsBntertalnment GuestslSnertatnment
Entertainment and Smoker Is Fol Foliowed Followed Followed ¬
lowed by Bananet In Observ Observance Ob Obiervance erf erfance ¬
ance of Anniversary AnniversaryWashington AnniverisaryWashington nntverarTWashington
Washington Aerie No IS 1 Fraternal FraternalOrder FraternalOrder FraternalOrder
Order of Eagles celebrated the ninth ninthanniversary ninthannivocsary ninthanniversary
anniversary of Its foundation last evening eveningat
at the Eagle clubhouse with a smoker smokerentertainment smokerentertainment smokerentertainment
entertainment and banquet that attract attracted attraoted attracted ¬
ed a large crowd The entire house was wasthrown wasthrown wasthrown
thrown open for the enjoyment of mem members members membars ¬
bers and their guests who thronged the theplace theplace theplace
place until unt11far far after midnight midnightWorthy midnightWorthy midnightWorthy
Worthy Vice VI co President Presl ent William H HClark HClark HClark
Clark was toastmaster and the principal principaladdresses prlnclptlladdresses principaladdresees
addresses of the evening by Worthy WorthyPresident WorthyPresident WorthyPresident
President R I L Montague and Worthy WorthyTreasurer WorthyTreasurer WorthyTreasurer
Treasurer James L 1 Feeney Feene were Inter Interspersed IntersperSed interspersod ¬
spersed with various entertaining fea features features leaLures ¬
tures including a barytone solo by Ed Edward Edward Edward ¬
ward Patterson Hebrew monologue by byW byW byWI
W H Cavanaugh buck and wing danc dancing dancing daneing ¬
ing by E T Neal Irish melodies by the thewellknown thewellknown thewellknown
wellknown tenor Joseph Burrows illus illustrated mustrated Illustrated ¬
trated songs by L B Taylor Ta 1or eccentric eccentricdancing eccentrIcdancing eccentriadancing
dancing by Daniel DanielElf Ell a bass solo by byGeorge byGeorge byGeorge
George Sanderson San erson and a number of se selections S Slectlons selections ¬
lections by the Metropolitan Quartet QuartetMany QuartetMany QuartetMany
Many numbers were also furnished by bya bya bya
a a section of the Marine Band under the thaleadership th thleadership theleadership
leadership of Arthur Democo a well wellknown wellknown wellknown
known member of the aerie aerieMuch aerieMuch aerieMuch
Much credit for the success of the occa occasion occasion occasian ¬
sion was accorded the committee of ar arrangements arrangements ariangoments ¬
rangements which was composed of W WA wA WA
A Newlan Harry Winnlnger Charles CharlesBaker CharlesBaker CharlesBaker
Baker and Arthur Democo
Are Y You au Overlooking Overlookinga
a Saving SavingMany
I
Many people dont dontrealize dontrealize
realize that their butter butterbills V Vbills
bills are large largePossibly U UPossibly o oPossibly
Possibly you may maythink ma mathink j jthink
think that butter is nee nec necessary v vessary jJ jJessary
essary for your table tableand tabled tablepd
and pd d your cooking cookingJust cookingJust cookingJust
Just try the contents of the carton pictured above aboveJust aboveJust aboveJust
Just get one from your dealer dealerat at about a third less lessthan lessthan lessthan
than the price of ofbiitter butter and see seeThe seeThe seeThe
The house of Swift Company is proud to place placeits placeits placeits
its stamp upon uponSwifts uponSwifts uponSwifts
Swifts Premium PremiumIt I S
Bu Butteri tterine tterineIt eH eHIt
It is up p to every everystandard standard of excellence purity wholesomeness wholesomenessMade whor someness somenessMade
Made only on1t by Swift Company U S A
I HEAP GRAVES WITH WItEATHSI WREATHS WHEATHSSocialists WREATHSSocialists
Socialists nnd Anarchist Bring Of Offerlnga 01ferlngll Offerings
I ferlnga to Berlin erIln Cemetery CemeteryBerlin CemeteryBerlin CemeteryBerlin
Berlin March IS 1SThe The customary pil pilgrimage pllgrlmago pu pugrlmage ¬
grimage to the little cemetery where the thevictims thevIctims thevictims
victims of the revolution of 1S4S g are oreburied areburled areburied
buried was held today and it eclipsed eclipsedall eclipsedal1 eclipsedall
all previous records In numbers at attending attending attending ¬
tending tendingAn tendingAn tendingAn
An indefinite number of thousands pass passed passed passod ¬
ed through the gates and heaped the thegraves thegra thegraves
graves gra S with wreaths which now hide hldatho hldotho hidethe
tho entire ground Th The police as usual UBUIcensored UBUtcensored usualcensored
censored th the Inscriptions on the wreaths wreathsat
at tha entrance Socialist and anarchist anarchistsocieties anarchIst80010tles anarchistsooietlcs
societies from all parts of the empire empiresent empiresent empiresent
sent deputations One wreath with dedi dedicatory dedioatory dedioatory ¬
oatory inscription was placed in the cem cemetery cemetery cernetery ¬
etery on behalf of the Gorman socialists socialistsin
in America AmericaThe AmericaThe AmerlcaThe
The usual police precautions were taken takenand takenand takenand
and the troops were confined to their theirbarracks theirbarracks theirbarracks
barracks There was some disorder In Inthe Inthe inth
the th evening eveningCAOTOT eveningCANNOT eveningCANNOT
CANNOT USE COERCION COERCIONUnions COEltCIONUnions COERCIONUnions
Unions Denied Right to Ask Dis Discharge DiHeharJe Discharge ¬
charge of Former Members MembersChicago Jcnlber8Chicago MembersChicago
Chicago March IS lBMen Men who have re resigned resigned resigned ¬
signed from a labor union may find pro protection protection protection ¬
tection In the court courta from coercion by b the theunion theunion theunion
union which they have left 86 held the theAppellate theAppellate theAppellate
Appellate Court today in a decision re regarded regarded regarded ¬
garded as vital vita I tal in the adjustment of oflabor otlabor oflabor
labor differences differencesThe dltnrencesThe difThrencesTh
The Th case grew out of a plea for an aninjunction anInjunctIon aninjunction
injunction brought by employes of the theChicago theChicago theChicago
Chicago Railways Company who ho held heldthat heldthat heldthat
that division 241 of the Street Carmens CarmensUnion CannensUnion CarmensUnion
Union from which they had resigned resignedwas resignedwas resignedwas
was attempting to secure their discharge dischargefrom dischargetrom dischargefrom
from the company companyEvery companyuEery companyEvery
Every one has the right to enjoy the thefruits thefruits thefruits
fruits and advantages of his own In Industry Industo industry ¬
dustry the court holds uIf If as it is isargued 15argued isargued
argued the purpose of the bonsplracy bonsplracyand
and threats charged was to secure the thecomplainants thecomplainants thecomplainants
complainants discharge In the event that thatthey thatthey thatthey
they refused to withdraw their resigna resignations reslgnationg resignations ¬
tions from the union It was an effort to tocoerce tocoerce tocoerce
coerce them to do what in their Judgment Judgmenttheir Judgmenttheir judgmenttheir
their own interest did not require and andwas nndwas andwas
was unlawful and wrongful wrongfulTodays wrongfulTodays TongtulTodays
Todays finding reverses thE decision decisionof decIsionot decisionof
of the lower court where the suit to en enjoin enjoIn enjoin ¬
join the union was dismissed dismissedRnsiiln dismissedRusl dismissedRussia
Russia Rusl and nd Austria Agree AgreeLondon AgreeLondon AflfreeLondon
London March 19 19The The St Petersburg Petersburgcorrespondent Petersburgcorrespondent Petersburgcorrespondent
correspondent of the Telegraph T legraph says that thatan thatan thatan
an important agreement between Russia Russiaand RUssiaand Rzlssiaand
and Austria the result of recent ne negotiations negotiations negotlations ¬
gotiations will shortly be b announced The Thetwo Thetwo Thetwo
two countries will under the agreement agreementcooperate agreementcooperate agreementcooperate
cooperate harmoniously in the near nearEast nearEast nearEast
East being less tied to each other than thanbound thanbound thanbound
bound each to European Interests Identi Identical Identical identical ¬
cal with their own ownTurlcey ownTurtey ownTurkey
Turkey to Increase Fleet FleetLondon FleetLondon FleetLondon
London March 18 lSThe The statement that thatTurkey thatTurkey thatTurkey
Turkey has placed a naval contract contractamoutlng contractamouUng contractamouting
amoutlng to 5000000 In England Is con confirmed corlfirmed confirmed ¬
firmed The contract for the construction constructionof
of the ships shlpslias Has been b n placed with the theArmstrongWhitworth theArmstrongWhitworth theArmstrongWhitworth
ArmstrongWhitworth Company the theVickersMaxlm tbeVickersMaxIm theVickorsMaxim
VickersMaxlm and John Brown of ofClyde ofClyde f fClyde
Clyde Bank It comprises two battle batt e ships shipsand shipsand shipsand
and a cruiser cruiserAs orulserAN
As 45 French Is Spoke SpokeFrom SpokeFmn SpokeFrun
From the Circle CirdAmong CircleAmong CircleAmong
Among the members of a tourists tour1tspary tour1tsparyfrom party partyfrom pal1yfrom
from the States Stat that was doing Paris Parislately Parialately Parislately
lately were two women from Keokuk KeokukIowa KeokukIowa KeokukIowa
Iowa To one of these ladles the most mostwonderful m mostwonderful Jt Jtwondet
wonderful wondet ul thing In all the French capital capitalwas capitalwas capitalwas
was the ability of every everyone one apparently apparentlyto apvarenUto
to understand the French tongue tongueAint tongueAint tongueAint
Aint it wonderful she asked of 11er 11erfellow her herfellow ier ierfellow
fellow townswoman 1 4 4often often wonder wonderhow wonderhow wonderhow
how people manage to understand each eachother ea eahother h hother
other in Paris ParisI ParisIll
Ill I dont think its so wonderful It said saidthe saidthe saidthe
the other woman from Keokuk KeokukWell KeokukWell Keokuk41Weli
41Weli Well I do said s fd the first There are aremy temy re remy
my Alice and Ella BUnthey they speak French Frenchand Frenchnnd Frenchand
and they cant understand each each other otherFall otherFull otherFull
Full of Meaning MeaningFrom McanlngFrom MeaningFrom
From the Kansas City ty Times TimesThe TimeThe TinesThe >
The school teacher told Tommy to write writea
a sentence using the word assassinate assassinateTommy assassfnateTQmpty assassinateTommy
Tommy wrote Nate was a school schoolteach schoolteacher teach teacher ¬
er er who didnt like to t be sassed so the thebad thebad thebad
bad boys got whipped w lvped for a sassin sass In Nate NateTo NateTo NateTo
To the Woods WoodsFrom WoodsFrom VoodsFrom
From From the Yonkers Y eere Statesman StatesmanMrs StatemanrrS StatesmanMm
Mrs rrS Crlmsonbeak CrlmsonbeakIt It Is said that the theflve thefive thefive
five great original forests of the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States covered 850000000 acres and con contained contained contamed ¬
tained 52000000000 feet of lumber lumberMr lumberMr lumberMr
Mr Crlmsonbeak CrlmsonbeakIn In thoso days you yousee youseethere youaeethere
see seethere ihere was was some place for a man ma mali 1 to togo togo
go 0 when his wife cleaned c1eanedhoWJit house
DEMOCRAT SHOULD SHOULDSUCCEED SHOULDSUCCEED
SUCCEED SPEAKER
Continued Co tnuec1 from Page l Pag ng One Onegan Onegan Onegan
gan Nyc of Minnesota Burke Of t Penn Pennsylvania Pennsylvania 6nn 6nns ¬
sylvania s lanla and Folker of New York YorkTha YorkTha YorkTtma
Tha Insurgents also h had d been reen reenforced reenforced reenforced ¬
forced by Representatives Parsons P rsons of ofNew otNew ofNew
New York Rhinock of Ohio Alexander Alexanderof
of Missouri Talbott of Maryland MarylandBoehne lIatjlandBoehne MarylandBoehne
Boehne of Indiana and Pou of North NorthCarolina NorthCarolina NorthCarolina
Carolina The arrival arrl al of the absentees absenteeshowever absenteeshowever absenteeshowever
however made no material difference In Inthe Inthe inthe
the lineup lineupThe UneupThe lineupThe
The extreme extr mo suspicion of the insur insurgents insurgents insurgents ¬
gents toward the regulars was well illus illustrated JUStrated illustrated ¬
trated when some of the regulars sug suggested suggested suggested ¬
gested In the morning that they take an anhours nnhours anhours
hours recess so that the cleaners could couldenter couldenter couldenter
enter the chamber and sweep the floor floorThere fioorThere floorThere
There was need for or a sweeping sweepingThe swetplngThe sweepingThe
The aisles were cluttered with a collec collection collectfon collection ¬
tion of scraps of paper and other debris debrisand debrisand debrisand
and the chamber looked generally as It ifit Itit Itit
it had been be on mixed up with a hurricane hurricaneTho hurricaneThe hurricaneThe
The insurgents however rejected this thiscleaning thiscleaning thiscleanIng
cleaning up suggestion fearing fearing that it itmight Itmight Itmight
might Involve some change in the par parliamentary parUatnentary parliamentary ¬
liamentary situation of advantage to the theregulars theregulars theregulars
regulars Tho cleaners had to bo con content content content ¬
tent with walking down the aisles and andpicking andVlcklng andpicking
picking up what they the could couldThe coukIThe couldThe
The galleries filled early In the day da and andlong andlong andlong
long lines were standing In the corridors corridorswaiting corrfdorswaIting corridorswaiting
waiting for admission Among U those o e In Inthe Inthe inthe
the gallery were the wives of many of ofthe otthe ofthe
the members who somad to enjoy the thodisheveled thedisheveled thedisheveled
disheveled appearance of their husbands husbandsas
as they moved about the floor floorSeek tioorSeek floorSeek
Seek Common Ground GroundRumors GroundRumors GroundRumors
Rumors of a a possible compromise were werecurrent werecurrent werecurrent
current in the chamber all 11 day long and andoccasioned andoccasioned andoccasioned
occasioned considerable concern con rn on the thepart thepart thepart
part of the Democrats DemocratsIt
It was not however Qweer until about 10 10oclock 18oclock iaoclock
oclock in tho morning that word come comefrom cometrom comefrom
from tho regulars that they would like liketo liketo liketo
to meet representatives of the Insur Insurgents Insurgents insurgents ¬
gents at 1180 oclock with a a view to find finding findIng findIng ¬
ing a common ground if f possiblaf possible upon uponwhich uponwhich uponwhich
which they could consider plans for f r say SBVIng SIlVIng saylng
Ing the th party part A conference was then thenheld thonheld thenheld
held in Representative Repre entaUe Gardners room roomwhich roomwhich roomwhich
which failed to yield any definite result resultWhile resultWhUe resultWhile
While the conference between the two twofactions twotactfons twofactions
factions was on the House practically practicallywent practicallywent practicallywent
went into a state of coma again Some Someof Someot Somef
of f the insurgents and Democrats who whoremained whoremalnod whoremained
remained on duty all night were so bad badly badly badly ¬
ly used ua d up that they could hardly keep keeptheir keeptheir keeptheir
their ayes open while some of thorn themmade thornmade thornmade
made no pretense Of fighting nature any anylonger anylongor anylonger
longer and nd moved over to a corner or orout orout orout
out into tho cloak rooms where they theycould theycould theycould
could sleep without attracting attention attentionSpeaker attenUonS attentionSpeaker
Speaker S enJ er on the Job JoliMr JoIJMrCann JobMr
Mr MrCann Cannon n him himself however seamed seamedto seamedto seemedto
to be little tilecttd tirec by his allnight vigil vigiland vigiland 1glland
and the intense strain under which ho hohad hohad hehad
had labored He wandered about ut the thecorridors theoorrfdors thecorridors
corridors selfposscMed seltpossc ed and apparently apparentlyready apparentlyrendy apparentlyready
ready to tight to tho end Evan his hisenemies hisenemlos hisenemies
enemies ware wor ready to concede that ha hahas hQ11M behas
has no peor RM a a fighter ftgkterThe fighterThe nghterThe
The insurgents filed back in the House Houseat nouseat Houseat
at 1147 after their conference contw8 Co and It Itimmediately JtImmodlately Itimmediately
immediately became ame known that no noagreement noagreement noagreement
agreement had been reached but that thatthere thatthoro thatthere
there was a possibility of a recoss reco s being beingtaken beingtaken beingtaken
taken takenThe takenThe takenThe
The Insurgents returned from their con conference conference conbronco ¬
ference in a sullen and determined frame frameof frameof rame rameat
of mind It was shortly after this that thattho thatthe thatthe
the insurgents selected le1 oted Mwsrs Gardner Gardnerof
of Massachusetts Hayes of California CaliforniaLenroot CaliforniaLenrQot CaliforniaLenroot
Lenroot of Wisconsin and Norris of ofNebraska ofNobraska ofNebraska
Nebraska to t meet a representation from fromthe frontthe 1 1the
the Cannon forces in another conference conferenceIn
In an attempt to find a basis of agree agreement agreemont agreemoat ¬
mont in the concessions which the regu regulars regulars regulam ¬
lars were willing to make makeAfter makeAfter makeAfter
After SersenntntArma SersenntntArmaEvery SergeantatArmEvery SergeantatArnieEtery
Every little while the resentment felt feltby feltby feltby
by the Democrats against the Sergeant SergeantatArms S8lgeantatArms SergeantatArms
atArms would flare up A motion was wasprepared wasprepared wasprepared
prepared by b one of the Democratic mem membars momrs membrs
bars rs providing for the removal of the theSergeantatArms theSergoantatArm5 theSergeantatArnie
SergeantatArms for willful negligence negligencebut negligencebut negligencebut
but this member finally 11nall relented when it itbecame Itbecame itbecame
became known that until the Speaker Speakerhad Speakerh Speakerhmid
had h d ruled on tho point of order raised on onthe onthe onthe
the Norris resolution such a 0 motion could couldnot couldnot couldnot
not be entertained entertainedRepresentative entertInedRepresentative entertainedRepresentative
Representative Schackelford of Mis Missouri Missouri Misnoun ¬
souri noun afforded the gallery a few minutes minutesof minutesat minutesof
of pleasure when he declared that the theSpeaker theSpeaker theSpeaker
Speaker had privately Instructed the theSergeantatArms theSergeantatArms theSergeantatArms
SergeantatArms not to arrest absentees absenteesbecause absenteesbecnuse absenteesbecause
because he was unable to command a amajdrity amajdrfty amajdrity
majdrity vote voteThe voteThe voteTime
The Speaker of the House Is main maintaining maintaining maintaming ¬
taining a state of anarchy shouted shoutedRepresentative shoutedReprasenUltive shoutedRepresentative
Representative Shackleford ShacklefordSingers ShacklefordSingers ShacklefordSingers
Singers Get IJn DuA Busy BusyA y yA
A quartet of sleepy Representatives Representativesstarted Renresontatlf8Sstarted Representativesstarted
started up the song There Will Be a aHot aHot aHot
Hot Time In the Old Town Tonight TonightTho Tonlght1tThe TonightThe
The singers were over in one corner of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the chamber Representative Moore of ofPennsylvania otPennsylvania ofPennsylvanitm
Pennsylvania nearly broke the gavel gavelbanging gavelbanging gavelbanging
banging for order orderThe orderThe orderThe
The SergeantatArms Serg antatAr sits there thereshoutefl thereshoutei1 thereshouted
shouted Mr Shackejford Shackel ord above the din dinof dinof dinof
of the ragtime chorus c cj rus and makes no noeffort noeffort noeffort
effort to perform his duty because the theSpeake theSpeake theSpeaker
Speake may ma have privately directed him himto himto himto
to pursue that course of nonaction But Buttho Buttho Butthe
tho SergeantatArms is bound to arrest arrestabsentees arrestabsentte arrestabsentee
absentees and bring them in here When Whenhe Whenhe Whenlie
he refuses refus1 to do that he Is bringing bringinganarchy bringinganarclW bringinganarcW
anarchy upon us usCalls usCnl18 usCalls
Calls It a Harangue HarangueRepresentative HarangueReprezentaUve I IRepresentative
Representative Payne of New York Yorkhappened Yorkhappened Yorkhappened
happened in at this time He character characterized oharacterIzed characterized ¬
ized Mr Jr Shackelfords Sh ckelrords remarks as a aharangue aharan aharangue
harangue harangueI haran harangueI ue ueIhopo
I Ihopo hope the windja wind winds of the caves will willceasa wflleasa willcease
cease easa for or a few minutes minutes shouted Mr MrPayne 1IrPane MrPayne
Payne across tho aisle toward the Mis Missouri Missouri MIssouri ¬
souri member memberWhen memberWhen memberWhen
When Representative Martin of South SouthDakota SouthDakota SouthDakota
Dakota a a nearInsurgent moved for the therecess therecess therecess
recess which hleh was taken until 4 1 oclock on ona ona ona
a vote of 161 to 151 it was tho first break breakIn broakIn breakin
In the tong k > ng fight nine insurgents switch switching sWitchIng swItching ¬
ing over They obtained the Democrats Democratspermission Democratsverrnlssl Democratspermissldn
permission verrnlssl n to do so loaders of the mi minority minority mlnority ¬
nority eald ealdThe eaidThe ald aldThe
The Insurgents who thus voted wore woreParsons woreParsons woreParsons
Parsons and Fish of New York Miller Millerand ltfUorand Millerand
and Volstead of Minnesota Kinkaid of ofNebraska otNebraslta ofNebraska
Nebraska Foolker of New York Woods Woodsand Woodsand Woodsand
and Kendall J ndall and Plckett of Iowa IowaThe IowaTho IowaThe
The same men had voted against a a re recess recess recess ¬
cess once or twice In the early hours hoursthis hoursthis hoursthis
this morning and their change of vote votewas votewas votewas
was at once taken as an indication that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the Insurgents were beginning to realize realizeSprain reallzoFOR realizeFOR
FOR FORprains FORI
prains prainsAND
AND ANDBruises
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Omesa Oil OilbeSprai
beSprai Sprain and nd Bruises heal quickly quicklyn quicklywhen
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the seriousness of the situation from a aparty 3Pl1rt aarty
party Pl1rt arty standpoint and that they were werewilling werew11Ung werewllilng
willing to try to settle their family familyquarrels familyquarrels familyquarrels
quarrels in private privateIttwas prIvateIt privateIt
Ittwas It waR rumored all during the day that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the President had Interceded with some of ofthe orthe ofthe
the insurgents by way of impressing impressingthem Impros Impressingthem lng lngthem
them with the the serious consequences that thatmust thatmust thatmust
must come to the party from a 0 contin continuance continuance continuance ¬
uance of the present struggle This ru rumor rumor ruinor ¬
mor was not verified verifiedIVo verIfiedo verifiedNo
IVo o ItalllngcrFincliot hearing Hearing1The lIearlngTho hearingThe
The deadlock in the House caused an anadjournment anadjournment anadjournment
adjournment of the BalllngerPlnchot BalllngerPlnchothearing BaUingerPlnchothearing BallingerPinchothearing
hearing yesterday When the Joint com committee commlttee cornmittee ¬
mittee appointed to Investigate the De Department DQpartment Dopartment ¬
partment of the Interior and the Forest ForestService ForestBervlce ForestService
Service convened the House members memberswore momberswore memberswere
wore conspicuous by their absence absenceSPENT absenceSPENT absenceSPENT
SPENT TOO LIBERALLY LIBERALLYSenate LIBERALLYSennto LIBERALLYSenate
Senate Investigating Committee Fin Finishes I1Jnbhcs FinIehes ¬
ishes Stephenson Frolic FrolicMadison ProlleMadison ProbeMadison
Madison Wis March 18 l8Aftcr After a day daydevoted daydovoted daydevoted
devoted to conferences c the legislative legislativecommittee leglslathooommlttee legislativecommittee
committee appointed a year ear ago to In Investigate Investigate Investigato ¬
vestigate the charge that United States StatesSenator StatesSenator StatesSenator
Senator Stephenson owed his election to tothe tothe tothe
the corrupt use of money mone practically practicallycompleted practicallycompleted practicallycompleted
completed its report tonight and will willsend willsend 1n 1nsend
send the results of its deliberations to totho totho tothe
tho governor Saturday it Is expected expectedThe expectedThe
The committee It is understood will willnot willnot willnot
not report that Senator Stephenson used usedmoney usedmoney usedmoney
money corruptly but will censure the thefree thefree thetree
free expenditure of money by all four fourcandidates fourcandidates fourcandidates
candidates for the office the most eco economical eeonQmlcal ceonomIcal ¬
nomical of whom expended 12000 In the theeffort theeffort theeffort
effort to secure s ure the nomination alone aloneSix aloneSix 1one 1oneSix
Six bills are to be reported as the sug suggestions sugg8ltions suggostions ¬
gestions of the committee providing for forthe forthe forthe
the limiting of campaign expenses and andfor nndtor andfr
for the remedying of other abuses abusesA
A report will thu U1 be filed Saturday by the themajority themajority themajority
majority of the committee composed composedsolely composedlolely composedsoleb
solely of members of the Stephenson Stephensonfaction Stephensontaction Stephensonfaction
faction of the legislature The senate senatecommitteemen senatecommitteemen senatecommitteemen
committeemen do not it Is understood understoodconcur understoodconcur understoodconcur
concur in the report they having been beenchosen beenchosen beenchosen
chosen from the antiStephonson forces forcesTheir forCeBTheir forcesTheir
Their report is expected to charge cor corruption corruption corruption ¬
ruption It will not be ready for some sometime sometime sometime
time it is believed believedTWO believedTWO believedTWO
TWO NEGROES LYNCHED LYNCHEDMob
Mob Attacks Prisoners Who Vho Aided AidedOthers AidedOnlera AidedOthers
Others tp t Escape Ellcaperarlon EscapeMarion Encnpe3Iarion
Marion Ark March 18 lBBob Bob Austin Austinand Austinand Austinand
and Charles Richardson negroes were werelynched werelynched werelynched
lynched today In the courthouse square squareby squareb squareby
by b a mob of 300 men The victims were werecharged werecharged werecharged
charged with aiding and abetting a jail jaildelivery jaildelfyory jaildelivery
delivery here on Monday night nightRichardson nIghtRichardson nightRichardson
Richardson was arrested In Memphis Memphisyostorday MemphIsyostorday Memphisyesterday
yostorday and was brought hore last lastnight tastnight Lastnight
night He confessed to complicity in inaiding Inaiding inaiding
aiding tho escape of prisoners and im implicated ImvtJcated huplioated ¬
plicated Austin who was soon appre apprehended apprehended apprebonded ¬
hended All Is now quiet quietTho QuietTho quietThe
Tho lynching was as stayed last night nightsolely nightsole1 nightsolely
solely sole1 for the purpose of securing a full fullconfession fullconCession fullconfession
confession from the men who were weretaken weret weretaken
taken t ken from heno her early earl last night ac according according according ¬
cording to the declaration of the mob mobleaders moblenders mobleaders
leaders leadersTho lendersTho leadersThe
Tho Jail delivery took place Monday Mondaynight Mondaynight Mondaynight
night twelve prisoners escaping and It ItIs ItIs itIs
Is believed a number of negroes living livingIn Uvingin livingIn
In Marion aided In tho escape escapeOn escapeOn escapeOn
On the thoairlval arrival rival of the negroes Charles CharlesRichardson CharlesRlohardson CharlesRichardson
Richardson and Bob Austin an oxcon oxconvict oxconvict oxconvict ¬
vict at Marion the two deputy sheriffs sheriffsIn sheriffsIn
In charge were quickly overpowered overpoweredSheriff overpoweredSheriff j
Sheriff Lewis pleaded with the mob In Invain Invain Invain
vain Ropes were thrown about the thenegrooe thenegrOOO thenegroes
negroes necks and they wore dragged draggedthrough draggedthrough draggedthrough
through the principal streets of the town townShortly townShortly j
Shortly before midnight the mob locked lockedIts lockedIts lockedIta
Its prisoners In the Marion Jail leaving leavinga
a heavy hea y guard guardin In charge chargeHURRICANE chargemTIUtICANE chargeHURRICANE
HURRICANE IN WEST INDIES INDIESThlngM INDIESTblnJ INDIESThings
Things TblnJ that Happen When hen It Really ReallyRain ReallTRain ReallyRains
Rain Rains Hard In Jamaica JamaicaFrom JamaicaFrom JamaicaIrnn
From the New York Sun SunHave SunuHave SenHave
Have you OU ever been through a West WestIndian WestIndian WestIndian
Indian hurricane said a member of a aparty avarty aparty
party discussing the recent storm in inJamaica InJamaica inJamaica
Jamaica uDo Do you want to know what whatthe whatthe whatthe
the experience is like likeA llkeA likeA
A hurricane will leap out of a clear clearsky olearsky clearsky
sky swoop down on a city blow every everything everything everything ¬
thing in Its path flat and pass on Then Thenfollows Thenfollows Thenfollows
follows the toll of the hurricane a a steady steadybreeze steadybreeze steadybreeze
breeze blowing in the same direction but butat butIlt butat
at a much lower velocity This Is likely likelyto Ukelyto likelyto
to continue for many man hours sometimes sometimesfor 80metlmesfor sometimesfor
for many days and Is always accom accompanied accompanied aecomnpanied ¬
panied by a torrential downpour of rain rainI
1 was as in Kingston Jamaica at the thetime thetime thetime
time of tho hurricane of 1903 At S oclock oclockIn
In the afternoon I was in my office on ontho onthe onthe
the top floor of a a rickety wooden build building buildIng building
ing As suddenly as a clap of thunder thunderthe thunderthe thunderthe
the room went dark darkI
001 I had a pretty prett good idea of what was wasabout wasabout wasabout
about to happen and going tothe to the win window window window ¬
dow looked out across the roofs A black blackcloud blackcloud blackcloud
cloud had whirled up out of the south southwest southwest southwest ¬
west obscuring tho sun but the moun mountains mountaIns inountalus ¬
tains back of the city were still golden goldenwith goldenwith goldenwith
with light lightIn lightIn lightIn
In loss than a quarter of an hour the thewind thewInd thewind
wind reached us The first structure that thatwent thatwent
went was a wooden watch tower about
200 feet high that had been used in the theold theold
old days to locate ships approaching the theharbor theharbor
harbor It had weathered all previous previoushurricanes previoushurricanes
hurricanes but this time it went down downlike downl1ke downlike
like a houso of cards Spars of lumber lumberfrom lumbertrom lumberfrom
from that tower were carried as far as astwenty astwenty astwenty
twenty blocks before reaching the ground groundThen groundThen groundThen
Then a spire of a church went the theroofs theroMs theroOfs
roofs of a good many residences were weretorn weretorn weretorn
torn off and some fine palm trees In the thepublic theimbUe thepublic
public gardens snapped off ot about half halfway haItway halfway ¬
way from the ground Buildings in inKingston InKIngston inKingston
Kingston however are calculated to tostand tostand tostand
stand a pretty prett severe blow They The are arebuilt arebuilt arebuilt
built only a few stories high and the theroofs theroots theroofs
roofs present a broad and comparatively comparativelyflat
flat surface to the wind Considering the thevelocity thevelocity thevelocity
velocity at which that hurricane was wastraveling wastravellng wastraveling
traveling the damage was not great even evenmy evenmy evenmy
my crazy office building withstood it itbut Itbut itbut
but the tail of the thing followed with a aheavier aheavIer aheavier
heavier rain than I havo ever seen be before betore before ¬
fore or since To say that It came down downIn downIn downin
In bucketfuls would wo ld be mild It was as asIf asIr asif
If the clerk of the weather had taken the theplug thevluS theplug
plug out of some huge vat suspended suspendedabove sus suspendedabove ended endedaboe
above our heads and allowed allow < < X1 the water waterto waterto waterto
to plump straight down on us usIn usIn usIn
In threo Uireo hours tho macadam on the thestreets thestreets thestreets
streets had been been washed into the harbor harborThe harborThe harborThe
The street outside my window was a rush rushing rushIn rush1n ¬
ing In river as much as four feet deep in inplaces inplaces inplaces
places I saw a cart try to cross It but butwith butwith butwith
with the water above the axle of the thewheel thewheel thewheel
wheel and the horses legs being washed washedaway washedaway washedaway
away from under it it was an Impossible Impossibletask impossibletasle impossibletask
task and the driver turned back Big Bigcasks Bigcasks Bigcasks
casks and packing cases were dancing on onthe onthe onthe
the surface like corks corksAs corksAs corksAs
As you can imagine I did not get homo homoto homoto hometo
to supper that evening It was 8 oclock oclockbefore oclockbeforo oclockbefore
before the rain stopped and an the water waterIn waterin waterIn
In the streets had drained Into the har harbor harbor barbor ¬
bor Even then traffic had not begun to toreorganize toreorganize toreorganize
reorganize Itself ItselfThe ItselfThe
The damage to property in Kingston
It Pays to Come from Any Distance DistanceSuccessors DistanceNEY DistanceNEY
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PA Pt AVE AND EIGHTH ST S E EMens EMens EMens
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Today we place on sale a special purchase of Mens MensHighgrade 1vlentsHighgrade MensHighgrade
Highgrade Spring Suits handsome plain blue invisible stripe stripeserge stripeserge stripeserge
serge and three shades of gray worsted Strictly handtail handtailored bandtailored handtailored ¬
ored perfect in fit and finish Made to sell for 15 and no nobetter nobetter f fbetter
better shown anywhere at that price To introduce ourjiew ourjiewMens our new newt newMens
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Mens Spring Hats H ts 300 and nd 1350 350 350Values Cf 1 50 fl flValuesfor
Values Valuesfor for forManufacturers tII tIIIHanufadurers 1LJU 1LJU1lanufacturers
Manufacturers floor stock of Highgrade Hats closed out outto outto outto
to us Choice of black and brown derbies gray and tan tanfedoras tanrri tanfedoras
fedoras and telescopes I 3 and 350 values valuesSale valuesSale
Sale rri price S 150 150Mens
Mens S350 350 and nd 400 400Standard 400Standard
Standard Army Shoes ShoesIn
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1 A Real Money Saving Opportunity OpportunityInspected i iInspected a aInspected
Inspected standard Army Benchmade Shoes Shoeswith Shoeswith Shoeswith
= with the highest grade rockoak leather soles soleshand soleshand soleshand
hand sewed every pair guaranteed 500 oo pairs in inthis inthis inthis
this great purchase in patent colt patent vici vici vicikid vicikid vicikid
kid box calf and calfskin Choice of plain or ortipped ortipped
4 tipped styles in lace or button Selling about abouttown aboutw abouttown
town w at 350 and 4 Heretoday Heretodayat Here e today1 today1at 195 195Open
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Extraordinary Offerings on Our OurThird OurThi1d OurThird
Third Floor for a Big BigBusy BI BIBusy
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No better couch made at 14 14than 4 4than < I Ithan
than those which we offer to today toda today ¬
day da at 198 l All bronzeflnlshed bronzeflnlshedframes bronzeftnlshcdframes bronzeflnishcdframes
frames 46 4 helical springs springsRegular sprIngsRegular springsRegular
Regular S298 298 Hinged HingedPad Hin HinSedPad ed edPad
Pad to Fit Drop Side SideCouches Sidefo SideCouches
fo for forThese forThese Couches Couchesfor Couchesfor S S 198 198These
These are covered with excel excellent excellent excellent ¬
lent quality cretonne In neat neatpatterns neatpatterns neatpatterns
patterns well made in every everyparticular everyvartlcular everyparticular
particular
810 10 All Felt Mattresses MattressesToday MattressestO MattressesToday
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Another shipment of our con contract contrat contract ¬
tract order for 3000 highgrade highgrademattresses highgrademattresses highgrademattresses
mattresses has arrived In time timefor timetor timefor
for Saturdays selling Sanitary Sanitaryfelt Sanitaryfelt Sanitaryfelt
felt covered with highgrade art artticking1 artticking artticking
ticking full roll edge choice choiceof choiceot choiceof
of one or two piece styles Im Impossible impossible impossible ¬
possible to duplicate this mat mattress mattress mattress ¬
tress under J10 10 on sale today todayat todayat
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MATTINGS AT A SAVING SAVINGOF SAVINGOFAND
I OF OFAND OFAND29c 13 AND29c AND i2 i229c
29c and nd 35c 180Warp
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Yard YardUnrestricted Yardir 19 C I IUnrestricted
ir Unrestricted choice choicetoday today of beautiful beautifulcarpet beauUfulcarpet beautifulcarpet
carpet patterns Inlaid and illuminated J1lumlnatedet J1lumlnatedetfects ef effects ofb ¬
b fects perfect edge all long straw 200 200rolls 200rolls
I rolls In this great sale the the finest 29c nnd nnd35c andr
r 35c qualities for a yard O lOc lOcRegular 10cRegular f
Regular 25c China ChinaMatting ChinaMatting
q Matting for a Yard YardGood 19 C Ci CGood i
Good heavy quality guaranteed ta tagive t tglve tOgive
give excellent service large range of the thenewest thenewest thenewest
newest patterns from which to choose chooseThe chooseThe chooseTheBigSoutheastStore
The TheBigSoutheastStore Big Southeast Store Pa PaAve Ave and 8th St S E
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mounted up to hundreds of thousands of ofdollars ofdonars ofdollars
dollars but the real destruction was waswrought waswrought waswrought
wrought in tho country districts Floods Floodswiped FloodswIped Floodswiped
wiped out many a negro village and sent sentthe sentthe sentthe
the flimsy houses floating down the riv rivers rI rIers nv nvera ¬
ers The railroads were tied up for near nearly nearly nearly ¬
ly a 3 week Every banana b nann tree In the thepath theJ8th thepath
path of the hurricane was uprooted Oh Ohyes Ohyos Ohyes
yes a West Indian hurricane can do a alot aj alot alot j
lot of damage when It gets busy busyLoss busyLoss busyLoss
Loss of life did you Bay Of course coursethere COUrsthere coursethere
there was Nearly Nearly1 200 OO people were killed killedthroughout kUledthroughout killedthroughout
throughout the Island on that occasion occasionbut occasionbut occasionbut
but we grow accustomed to that in the theWest theWest theWest
West Indies We expect a hurricane hurricaneevery hurricaneevery hurricaneevery
every once in a while and we know that thatit thatit thatIt
it will take its toll of human life when whenit whenIt whenIt
it comes If you had been telling the thastory thestOry thestory
story you would probably have mentioned mentionedthat mentionedtbat mentionedthat
that first of all but sudden death Is so socommon socommon socommon
common below the tropic of cancer that thatwo thatwe thatwe
we get callous I suppose supposeWedding
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where under 15 5 than the well wellknown wellknown wellknown
known National No mail or orphone orphone orphone
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fo for forOnly Couches Couchesfor 898 898Onl 2 flQ flQfor i iOnly
Only Onl twelve couches In this lot 10thandsomely lothandsomely i ihandsomely
handsomely diamond tufted tuftedcarved tuftedcarved tuftedcarved
carved oak frame and claw feet feetgenuine feetgenuIne feetgenuine
genuine Boston Leather best beststeel beststeel j jsteel
steel spring construction will willlast willlast willlast
last for years
5750 750 to S10 10 Enameled EnameledIron EnameledIron EnameledIron
Iron Beds BedsToday fZt4 A AToday 98
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Special purchase of the new newest newest newest ¬
est sample Iron Beds latest de designs designs dosigns ¬
signs enameled In the best pos possible 1Ossible peasible ¬
sible manner white and colors colorsplain coIorsplaln colorsplain
plain gilt and brass trimmed trimmedmade trimmedmade trimmedmade
made to sell for 750 and 10 10Sale 10Sale 10Sale
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