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RobertE Robert obert E Joyce FirgfrM FirgfrMof FiI Fl It S Sof tMayor tMayorof hIaYor
of Mount Rainier RainierDEFEATS RainierDEFEATS RainierDEFEATS
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Chevy Chc Chanty Chart Holdii First Election ElectionUnder ElectionUnder
Under New Xc Charter Electing Will AVillInm Willinnt Vtn Vtntam
tam T S CnrtLs Prcwldont Ocr OcrJnmca OcrJamcs OverJnmcs
Jnmca C Ord and Elections Are AreHeld ArcHclll Arelleld
Held In IlynttHVlIlc and Elsewhere EllllevbereSuburbAn ElsewhereSuburban ElsewhereSuburban
Suburban Washington bristled with polltleal po political poUtlcal ¬
litical activity acthIt yesterday terdaY elections being beingheld beingheld beingheld
held In nearly every community on the theoutskirts theoutsklrta theoutskirts
outskirts of the Capital CapitalMount CapitalMount CapitalMount
Mount Rainier and Chevy Chov Chase wore werotho wr wrtho j jtho
tho centers of bitter political contests contestsit
it being the first rst election held for or local localoffices locatoffices localoffices
offices in each of these the townships Riv Rivalry Rivalry flyairy ¬
alry for th the honor of being tho first firstmayor firstmayor firstmayor
mayor was wa intense and a full vote was wasbrought wasbrought wasbrought
brought out in both districts districtsRobert dltrlctBRobort dlstriotsRobert
Robert E Joyce advertising manager managerof managtof
of The Washington Herald was Wa chosen chosenmayor cho8tnmlilyor chosenmayor
mayor of Mount Rainier by a majority of ofsevon of80von ofseven
seven votes over Stewart E Oberlin OberlinThe Oberlh1The OberlinThe
The vote by wards for th the mayoralty mayoraltywas moralt moraltwas mayoraltywas
was wasJoyce wasJOcltF1rt1t wasJoyceFirst
JOcltF1rt1t Joyce First ward tt Second 14 Third ThirdIT
17 Fourth Fourth5 25 Total 7 7Oberlin 71 71O 79OberlinFirst >
Oberlin O OberlinFirst rllnFlrt First ward 26 Second 12 12Third 12Third 12Third
Third 28 Fourth fc 8 Total 7 7The 72 72The l lTh
The Th overwhelming ov rwbelmlng victory letor of Mr Joyce JoyriIn Jo Joycein 1 11n
In the Fourth ward exceeded tho ma majority majority j jJority
Jority of his bs opponent In all the other otherwards othfwards otherwards
wards The Fourth is Mayor Joyces Joycesward Jocesard Joycesward
ward ard
Celebrate Joyce Victory VictoryA Ietor IetorA
A big celebration with bonfires and andtorchlight andtorchUcht andtorchlight
torchlight processions MOCeI8IOM to Mayorelect MayorelectJoyces lIA MayorelectJoyces Oreled OreledJoyce
Joyces Joyce home followed the announcement announcementof announc ment mentof
of the result of the election Houses H In Inthe Inthe inthe
the > neighborhood were lighted up to re receive rl rlIvo receive ¬
ceive Ivo the celebrators and Ad tin Mr M > Joyce was wasinduced WASInduced wasinduced
induced by his admirers admire to make make a brief briefspeech brierspeech briefspeech
speech of thanks He promised the cltl cltlEtns cltilns
Etns 1 ns that his 11 newspaper connections connectionswould connectionswould connectionswould
would In no way tend to get et him mixed mixedup mixedup mixedup
up in a newspaper JM pOl light as a had hap happened happened happened ¬
pened to Mayor iayor Gaynor of New York YorkThe YorkThe YorkThe
The councllmsntc councilma is elections in tho vari various varlem vartrJs ¬
em ous wards resulted r ultec1 as follows First Firstward P1rItward Firstward
ward C O Bohrer Bohr 48 Second ward J JB JB JIi
B Moore 38 Third ward W H Vanne Vanneman Vann Vannman anne anneman
man 25 Clyde Fowler 19 Fourth ward wardA wardA wardA
A H Winslow 18 G W Hughes Hugh 12 A Atotal Atotal Atotal
total of UK votes were cast four illegal illegalballots lUecalbalJota Iilsgalballots
ballots being rejected by tho counters countersChevy countersChc countersChevy
Chevy Chc Chase Election ElectionChevy ElectionChevy ElectionChevy
Chevy Chase held its 1 first election un under undr under ¬
der the new charter last night and chose choseWilliam choIteWilliam choseWilliam
William T S Curtis president by a ma majority IMjorJt majority ¬
jority jorJt of thirty votes vot over James Jam C COrd COrd Cend
Ord Mr Ir Curtis Curt headed the incorpora incorporation incorporation incorporation ¬
tion or progressive progreav ticket which whichcted was waselected waselected
elected cted from top to bottom Mr Curtis Curtisreceived CYrU8rtcfIfd Curtisreceived
received IS d > R votes to 18 > D for Mr r Ord OrdThe OrdThe OrdThe
The vote for trustees tnNJt gave the pro progressives progrfII5 progresswes ¬
gressives grfII5 es a majority throughout the thecount theount thepunt
count being bean < < as follows George Swart Swartztli Swartztll Swartzcil
ztli 65 6 Eugene 1 E Stephens 41 Adolph AdolphHoehllng AdolpbIInfhJlns AdolphIlOehllna
Hoehllng IS < 8 John Simpson 47 11 Vernon VernonHldgers VernonHhlt VernonIlldgera
Hldgers Hhlt > rs tt W E Evans 38 John JohnWeaver JOOltYIer JobltWeaver
Weaver 65 and J W V Morgan O OFollowing DFolloIn b2I
Following FolloIn I < < the announcement u Ouneemenl of the re recult reIult
cult ult Presidentelect Curtis Curl made a brief briefspeech brierpfch briefspeech
speech at the Chevy Chase Library Lll rllrr Jn dowhich Jnwhich n nwhlh
which he thanked th the voters for the thehonor thehonflr thehonor
honor and pledged an economical pro proKirssive ptOjrssie progressive
Kirssive Administration AdministrationHeelected AdmlnlatraUonItcelcctecI administrationIteelected
Heelected In Hynttnvillc HynttnvillcW I1nthl1leC
W C Magruder a ruder was reelected mayor mayorf 1ftAorHvattavlUe
> f HvmttsvlUe by b a a majority of V 116 over overI overrtr overDr
I rtr > r Thomas E Eo La LAtimer timer A total of ofotf1I ofvotes Ml Mlvoten
votes otf1I was cast ca In the three warts an Two Twomembers Tor1fm Tworncmbert
members r1fm ra of the okl council William ImAm A AKnoks AIlffoks AItrroks
Knoks of the Second ward and J JI JFrank JDrank
I Frank rank Rustle in the Third ward were de deftatpd detatld defeatrd
ftatpd Edwin Devlin brother of Arthur ArthurDevlin ArthurIcc11n ArthurnplIn
Devlin of the New York National League Leagueb L6aguetIRtball
b tIRtball tseball team defeated Brooks by a ma majority m mjflTItr majority ¬
jority of six Ix votes vote and E L A Fuller FullerMitor Fullerrltor Fullereditor
editor rltor of the Hyattsville Independent de defeated defpat defeated ¬
feated fpat d Rush Rushe by 17 to 56 i In the First FirstWIM F1rstarr Firstw
WIM w arr a rd Councilman John Salntcr defeated defeatedW dOMt od odA
W A Corr 71 7 to 41 13 0 A Greagor Grea r do def doC
f ated Clarence Wilson for the oneyear oneyeart oneyeartrm oneyearterm
t term rm in the Second ward 75 7 to 17 W r A AShepherd Ahpherd Ah
Shepherd h pherd was elected elec town treasurer treasurerwithout treatturerwithout treasurerWithout
without opposition He received MS votes votesWithout voteWithout votesWithout
Without opposition oppo Uon W G Platt was wasfleeted WillfTf waslectPd
fleeted fTf < tfd mayor of Takoma Park The Therouncllmen Therouncllmen Thecounctlmen
rouncllmen elected are L R Grabill GrabillR
R IX D I Rush and H F TAlC for the twoear two tworrar twofar
rrar far term and F W r Williams to nil nilit dlla dllOnly gillvacancy
it vacancy vacancrOnly vacancyOnly a
Only thirtysix thtrt7 x votes vot out of the total totalregistration totalrfltistraUon totalregistration
registration of 1M 111 were cast In the thaelection th th1f thelection
election electionGlen 1f lectionGlen < tlon tlonGltn
Glen Echo elected Clarence B Wilson Wilsonover WillenOfr Wilsonover
over Roscoe Reach n cb son of Mayor Iayor Roach Roachat Roachat
at the election yesterday Daniel I > anlel Collier Colliernnd CoUlormcl Colliorand
and Thomas A Wilson WlJ on were elected town towncouncilors townIouncllors towncouncilors
councilors without opposition oppositionIn o IUon IUonIn
In Bladensburg the oW board of com commissioners comrnilionera oemmist5ioners ¬
missioners was reelected by a large majrnit ma majority majrt ¬
jority jrt The vote A H Bailey 60 Fran Francis Francis ¬
cis 111 Coach SB John Haynes Iiayn 68 Marlon MarlonPuckett MarlonDurkftt MarionPuckett
Puckett 67 and Frederick Heller 56 56Thp lieThp 56The
Thp opposition ticket was a le led < l by b Burt1Mt Bur Buri Burtt
i t1Mt tt Cully colored his hi vote being 55
ROBERT E JOYCE JOYCEAdvertising JOYCEAdertlJclnJ JOYCEAdvertising
Advertising nmnnprcr of The AVmthln Washington nMI1II1 ton Her Herallt Id who will l be e DrAt exec executive executln executivc ¬
utive of newly nw1 Incorporated niihurb
Central Labor Union nion Offers Hand Handin Han Hanin Handin
in Movement MovementResolution MovementReolutlon MovementResolution
Resolution Atopted Adopted and Committee CommitteeAppointed ComnH CommitteeAppointed
Appointed AI > > p9lnteeI to Cooperate trltli trltlaCitizens ltIl ltIlOltlzen8 j jCitlzenn
Citizens Anwoclntlonw AnwoclntlonwOrganised AoclntlonOrganlMd tssocintionsOrganised
Organised labor of Washington Wabtft toA gave gavehttirtr g ght gavehearty
hearty ht IndorMMMnt lft Jut t night to the thaHomCoralnaT the1IOIIMComt theHomeComing
HomeComing 1IOIIMComt Week reek planned plaa eCl by the theChamber theChamber theChamber
Chamber of Commerce Coan e and pte4god pte4godevery JHlJSodeery piedgalevery
every effort for the success of the un tutdertaklnf underlakt undertaking
dertaklnf dertaklnfSam derlakt derlaktSm dertakingSam
Sam De Nedrty secretary HCI CJ of the Cen Contral Central Central ¬
tral Labor Union Un Introduced the following follow following followIn ¬
ing In resolution which Ateb were wer uaaniihouely uaaniihouelyadopted 1IDA tttsanlAlouelyadopted y yadopt
adopted adoptedWheitma adopt adoptw adopted11Tse1esa
Wheitma w the th ooMNlM4 oa jiu pbttetty k4ty of UM UMChamber ta taaber tlseCbsmber
Chamber of Oonunerw haw proposed the thedM taMwara taMwaratton lneogoratea
tea 0 d a boweeiMatnK week > wk in the DMciet of otCetembU ofd8rbt1t ofcs
cs CetembU iia dvrfars the mwith ot 0 October Octs3 er and andhercaa aadthII sadWiens
Wiens hercaa this very laudable and aDdaktetI atunendoua tut tutdstaktnj n neruMmc
eruMmc aktetI win rapto the ceopnstiast e < wH > enUioi ef croty crotyhwtitntiofi fffCJtdt1ltioft ec y yishutke
hwtitntiofi and enterprietac set rpriais eHiaan rit in the Diattict Diattictto
to able M ke II it a Muea therefore be it itRMolwd itnobfd itRedvd
RMolwd by th tM petrel Labor Urton of I IDWritt theDistrkt the theDtetrkt
Dtetrkt of 0 Ouhnnbia That we heartily indorw Ind ne the thelcpMan 1JaeJItIIUon themprdUoe
lcpMan of the publicity oomnittee w of the Cham Chamtar Chuehr
tar 1 < < of Coounene c for a honeooniinff bcaMIoaIiD home eomiol < < week and andhereby aDdMnbr sodbeeehy
hereby pledge oar ooopmUoo a operation on and aarfaUnce to tootMfuI aotbe k kthe
the tammkke to mate the projeet r rodeet the theCIIIMf1aJ aa + t sago sagoas
as otMfuI fnl one ever vet aUoMpted aU ptecI by any dty in the theeoontrr theCICNIIt1 thev
eoontrr eoontrrIteeohred CICNIIt1It
Iteeohred It v That a oopy Dopytrstwntttad pr of thm theae r rtuehstk h Uow os be batranamitted beto
tranamitted to Mr lr Imae Oane Ga cnainnan of the thecomnhiee thetaanmlttee e emlUllU4e
comnhiee on publicity for the Chamber of 0 Con ConWWOCe Q QIMICe Conmeson
meson IMICeRNOluUOM mesonResolutions i
Resolutions w were ere re aIM adopted and for forwarded torwarded forwarded ¬
warded to the Commissioners calling at attention attenUon attention ¬
tention to alleged aU ed violation of building buildingregulation DuUCUngregulation buildingregulations
regulation According Aeeordlft to the complaint complaintof
of the union the building Inspector has haapermitted huprmltted haspermitted
permitted the erection of houses without withoutparty wIthoutparty withoutparty
party waite waiteIndorsement wallsIndoraement UI UIIndorsement
Indorsement of the hula bI l for the eight eighthour elghthour eighthour
hour day da for po P postotflce tolHce clerk and for forthe Corthe forthe
the withdrawal of the the tax on oleomar oleomargarine oleom oisomargarlne r rJlnUlne ¬
garine now before Congress was given gtienby ghenby givenby
by the central body It was Yo voted to in invite InvUe Invite ¬
vite Mayor McCarthy of San Francisco Franciscoto Franc Francto
to address addr the Central Labor Union dur during durIng during ¬
ing his hi coming visit to Washington WashingtonA Waahln on onA
A committee was wa appointed to confer conferwith conrorwith conferwith
with the otilcers of the Federation of ofCitizens orC1UlIeM ofCitroens
Citizens Associations of tho District with witha
a view vi 0 to lending support to the move movement InOemoot movemonL ¬
Try Tr to Poison Actress ActrennParis AetrCIIHParSs ActressParis
Paris May ray 1 lThe The police are actively activelyinvestigating actlvolYInve activelyinvestigating
Inve investigating ttpUng the alleged all ed attempt to topoison topolllOn topoison
poison Marguerite Mar rtt Carre of the Opera OporaComlque OperaComlqu OperaComlque
Comlque An analysis of the content of ofthe orthe ofthe
the bottle of port wine that was sent senther senther senther
her disclosed llI Id the fact that it contained containedbichloride containedbleh containedbiehloride
bichloride bleh 10rlde of mercury mercur
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A CI7I0 tN6Siti6 tN6Siti6J tN6Siti6FrnEPROF1TOAGEJ
l ls
The largest centrally located locatedFIRE locatedFIRE locatedFIRE
warehouse in the city cityPrivate cityPrivate cityPrivate
Private Rooms 2 per month monthand monthand monthand
and up upSpecial upSpecial
J jgage
Special Rooms for pianos lug luggage luggage
gage pictures c cEXPERT cEXPERT cEXPERT
Estimates furnished furnishedMerchants furnishedMerchants furnishedMerchants
Merchants Transfer and Storage Co
920922 E Street N W WPHONE WPHONE
PHONE MAIN 6900 6900I I
Alexandria Company RcftuocN Might KlRhtHour IIhhtHour Mighthour
Hour Demand DemandFalling DcmniulFalling DenuuHlFalUng
Falling In their demands for an eight eighthour eighthour ht hthour
hour day forty members of the Brew Brewers Brewand Brewers ¬
ers and Bottlers Union will strike to today toda today ¬
day da at a t the Portner plant t in Alexandria AlexandriaA AJexaRdrlA AlexandrlaA
A sympathetic strike of firemen and englneert en engineers enra ¬
gineers ra will be ordered orderedSince orderedSf1eQ orderedSince
Since the contract between tho work workmen workmen workmen ¬
men and employers expired on April S5 ffinegotiations S5negotiations XIMIOttatJoIUJ
negotiations have been under way for fora fora fora
a renewal renp of the agreement containing containingan
an eighthour 8I < < htbour ela clause A strike threaten threatened threatened ¬
ed Yashiugton among the brewery brewer work workers workbut workers ¬
ers b but t the demands emaa a of tile unions wore woreacceded wereseceded ere erea
acceded a < < edotl to yesterday by th u the employers of ofthis orthla ofthis
this city cityThe ettyThe cityThe
The Portner Brewing Br Company offered otteredthe oUer oUerthe offeredthe
the bottlers an increase inc of U 1 per day daybut daybut daybut
but would not change th the hours Several Severalmeetings SeveralJMeUn Severalmeetings
meetings JMeUn were held with the brewery offlclals of officiate orAdaH ¬
ficiate flclalsThe ficiateThe AdaHThe
The Washington brewers and bottlers bottlersannounced botUQIsannouneed bottlersannounced
announced at the meeting meeUn of the Central CentralLabor C CentralLabor fttral fttralLabor
Labor Union last night nl bt that the com companies companleR companies ¬
panies of the city had reduced the hoursin hours hoursin hoursIn
in addition to an increase in pay A four fouryears rouryears fouryear
year years contract to this effect was s signed signodyesterday 8tnoortemay signedyesterday
yesterday yesterdayCENTRAL rtemayCENTRAL yesterdayCENTRAL
North AVnuhlnjrton nhlnJ1on Citizen llc Fear F nr It ItWould ItVltulcl ItWould
Would Subject Them ThemThe ThemThe ThemThe
The North Washington Wuhln ton CItizens Asso Association AISOdation Association ¬
ciation mot last night in Parish Hall HallEdwin Iia1tEd1n Hall
Edwin A Nines XI presiding F MT head Hoadley HMdley headIcy
ley was elected secretary and F R RWhoater Rbeater RWheaten
Wheaten beater treasurer to flll vacancies caused causedby eaU8 causedby d dby
by resignations resignationsThe re resignationsThe lgnatlona lgnatlonaThe
The proposition to aillU affiliate ate with 1th a central cen central central ¬
tral association was defeated Almost Almostwithout Almostwithout Almostwithout
without exception those present believed believedthat beasvoolba believedthat
that lba t such action would mean the lees Joesof J leesof M Mor
of status as an n independent organization organizationThe or organizationThe nlzatton nlzattonTbo
The gas U proposition propo tUon was discussed and andthe andthe andthe
the association adopted a resolution op opposing oppo5ln opposing ¬
posing po5ln the House bill which authorizes authorizesa
a railroad track tr ek in First street streetWEATHER streetWEATHER streetWEATHER
U S Pent pt i of f Acrlcuittarr Acrfc Alriaalt ltttr Wither Itema ItemaWaaUKrtmt Ihtr Ihtrw IlereasWashirtsn
WaaUKrtmt w D C Monday May lIa 2S p Po B BThere RInew wTies
There new will be ahow IIbowcs r Tuesday front the Ohio OhioValfey 01140YaJhr Ohioveil
veil Valfey and onUtent Upper Lake recfcm eaatwaid eaatwaidprobably eutnn1MObabir eutwsrdprobably
probably oonUmiine WfdlWdar W d edy in tb the Middl fiddle At AtfenUe Atantic AtlanUc
fenUe antic States and New ew England Fn lan There win aba ababo Meohe IO
bo shower Twrday in the northern north portions JOr OIU of the theOnU theGull theGalt
Gull States at est extendlns wUnir Twfday T night nl ht or Wednesday Wedneedayto
to the Went W and Middle Gulf manta In the t South SovUiAttentie SoII SoIItIABtJe SouthttianUe
Attentie tIABtJe SUt Stales uvd th the WMt V at th the weather will b bfair be befdr befair
fair 7M Tuesday Miay and Wednesday Wtdelda Md ct it will alto be bef ber befak
f fak 0r WedMwkiy WtdMld te the central valleys and UM Lake Laker LakeSteessen
r fvOH fvOH8tomtn
8tomtn e l cSe1cu1Jng ej tHag T TueIda Tuesday Mday for HMropMMi B ports tortswill portswffl JIO JIOwill
will have joo4 MC aoante > I4nu rat to brisk Milt to Mttta winds windsbeeoasing wtadbfeoattog wiedeIag
bfeoattog Iag northwesterly nori watertl by Wodaaodty W We4aes4a We4aes4ashower BMraiae BMraiaeriKm malt maltto
shower riKm r to the Grand Bank BankLocal BuMLocal UzalisLocal
Local Temperature TcmperntnreMWnlsht TemperntnrelIdnlbt TemperatureMldnljht
MWnlsht lIdnlbt i6 6 6 2 a L a m Ie 4 a m 13 6 a m K 2
8 a m M 10 a m 56 K I MMBIB > > 008 13 2 p Po m 85 85t IeI 8 803Api53
t p 1 ra 63 6 p m 01 t 8 p 11II 99 03Api53 03Api53Maxlntsm it W > > p Po m a auimtaM S3 S3Mximttm
Mximttm uimtaM M mtnimtni IIIlnI 92 92RAtatira It ItR81AUe 2 2Relative
Relative bMi hulltkll humtdIty8 fcUty8 8 I a ra 91 2 p 1 m 75 8 p pra PHI pSt
ra ffl lUInfill RaIne IS 3 p M to 8 Po p K ml o hears 1I01NtMIDblw ef efMHMhiBe Rsaaabise
MHMhiBe U S Per cent of poMfMe poIIIibleTffllpcntnro annahtoe annahtoeTerapattnro a0 a0Tesperatnro
Terapattnro seta s n date hut yeerMazlmnm year 3 rMulaua Mazhmmi 30 30miniHNim 50rsial O Omlnt
mlnt miniHNim > aua em ST STTenipcrnrnrca Slemperatnre xlenrperntures
Tenipcrnrnrca In Other Cities CitiesTeaporatHTM CIUc CIUcTemrxntllf8ll CltlcsTeesnsmtsres
TeaporatHTM in othor O Ior cities toeoth tGletlMr r with Uk th thtmoont the theamouat theamount
amount ot mtofall for Ute twelve hours ended at 8 8p 8p 8p
p m yesterday are as fellows
Rain RainMax l RainMax ln lnax
Max ax Min 8pm 8 Po p m fall fallAjixrrille taUs fallAdSevile
Ajixrrille s eTlI K C SI 1 43 71 71AUan 71tJantll 71Atlanta
AUan Atlanta tJantll Ga SI W 78 78Atlantic 18AUntie 78AUanttc
Atlantic City Jf J K 48 48ntomarck 48ilmarek A Albtarmrck
ntomarck N Dak C t > d M > 4 u uIloaton 54JkJcIton qIketen
Iloaton Maw laM SO 41 UHuffalo 4 4lluffalo 46 46ltulLalo
lluffalo X Y YChtengo Bd 1 4 II l 046 046C1dealO 046Chicago
Chicago IU IUCindiiiwti 4S 41 4e og ogNneiDPRU oczC
C Cindiiiwti nduoaU Ohio 61 61Oieyenne R 31 31ChPSMIMI 7Cheyeoie
Oieyenne Wyo M MDavenport 1 1Due i A ADaveeport
Davenport Due port Iowa SS i 49 4 4ft 126 126Dearer 28 28Denrw mDenTer
Dearer Cole 33 30 J K s 002 002DM 902Des e01Dee
DM Maine Iowa 59 51 4C 46 022 022Galreston OZGalrestoo or orGalveston
Galveston T Tn c 7S 75llelcm N7I 11 7 7Ilelow iHelena
Helena Mont 13 3 at M MIndionapolw flIndianapoha I IIndillnapolas
Indionapolw led 73 Of SC SCJackiwnviUe CJaclcllOflrtlle 80Jacksonville
Jacksonville Fte 8I 1 N 71Kansas TO TOKansas iGKalUQlI
Kansas City Mo K f 48 48 48Llttfc 4SLittle 48Little
Little Rode Ark rk SI It 1 16Ise M MLOB MIA
LOB IA Angeles A k5 Cal W K 09 09MamueUc 06Manlueue Je JelantvUc
MamueUc Midi Uch J5 31 31 31Memphis 31Memphis UIempbi6
Memphis Tens SC 6G 78 78N 73NPw
1 NPw N > ow w Orleans I La a 66 74 74New 4 4Ntw 4New
New York X Y W 48 50 MKorth 50orth 50Werth
Korth orth Platte Nebr ebr 43 31 46 46Oraaha 46Omaha 46Omaha
Omaha Xcbr 42 4 40 42 4 008 003IHUbirs 008IJUmIJg 008littaborg
IHUbirs Ia SI flS 73 73Portland a alorUnd 3Portland
Portland M Ms 1 46 4 42 42 42Portland 4 4Oreg 42lortlaud
Portland Ones c 60 CO 35 35Salt iiGIt otiSalt
Salt It La Late < Citjr Utah 61 35 35St 81 81St RSt
St Louis L ub Mo 10 88 8 J6 58 034 034St 031I 034St
I St Paul Mfan 1I8n Si I 3S 50 SOSan 50SliD 50San
San Franciwo Cal SS 43 48SprlniAeld M MSpringfield 54Springdeid
Springfield 111 63 46 46 018 018Taeon 018Taearsa
I Taeon Taeonn IVaaln Va RIt h 64 64 64Tjld 4 4T t tTmde
T Tjld lede OhIo 64 4 SS K 076 076Vteksburff M6burl 076Vicksburg
Vicksburg burl Miss 82 8 62 eTldr 6 W WTide SITTide
Tide TableTodarDlsh TableTodayHigh Table TableTtHJayHlgK
TtHJayHlgK tide 2 223 S3 a m and 2H9 p m Low Lowtide LowWe Lowtide
tide 851 a L m and 935 9 3f p 1 a aT mTomorrouHlgh n nTomorrowHfih
vmorrowHteli T < tide 335 i m and 3S8 p mLow n nLotr
Low 10 tide 10 a L m and Mdt II p I m mCondition mConl1ltlon inCondition
Condition of the Water WaterSpecial WaterSpecial Vater5J1CCii1
Special to The Wehiqstcn Herald UcraldHarpers HeraldIJarpen HeraldI
I Harpers Ferry W Vs L May 2BoUi rims rirenmuddy rimsmuddl rhersmuddy
muddy 1 this < erenlnc eTenlD evertorV
Board of Trade May Iay Consider ConsiderIt
It at Next Meetingv MeetingvMEMBERS Meetil1gMEMBERS b bMEMBERS
Routine Matters Intter Occupy Attention of otDirectory ofDIrector ofDirectory
Directory DIrector at Monthly rlontlll Meetings MeetingsVote 1leeUnGVote MeetingVote
Vote to Send Delegates to PlaT Playgrounds PlnyBrroundii PlaTIrround
grounds Convention in Rochester RochesterWill RochcsterWill RochesterWill
Will Hold Annnnl Excursion ExcursionConsiderable ExenrJllonConsldorable ExcursionConsidorablo
Considerable Interest was as awakened awakenedyesterday awakenedyesterday awakenedyesterday
yesterday at the meeting of the directors directorsof
of the Board of Trade In tho project of oftho ortho oftho
tho George Washington Memorial As Association Assooiation 3 3soolotlon ¬
sociation in erecting a j8ri00000 SCOQ000 JOOOOO auditor auditorium audltor10m auditorium ¬
ium In this city cityTho cllyI cityThe
I Tho matter was brought up In an In Informal Informal Informal ¬
formal manner and was so considered consideredwith C4n consideredwith ldored ldoredwith
with no action taken by b the board other otherthan othorthan otherthan
than a suggestion by President Pre k1ent Harries Harriesthat HarrIllthat lorriesthat
that a portion of the time at the next nextgeneral noxtgenorAJ nextgeneral
general mooting of the board should be bedevoted bedcvotod bedevoted
devoted to a a discussion of the subject subjectWhen subJoctWhen subjectWhen
When once the subject had beenbroached been beenbroached botnhroachod
broached It appeared that many of the thedirectors thedirectors thedirectors
directors had some information on the thesubject t theubjoct e eubJcct
subject which was related for tho Infor Information InformAUon information ¬
mation of tho board and tho sense of tho thodirectors thoI thedlrectors
directors as expressed oXpr08Hd was that leaders leadersIn leadersIn
In business and public spirit should be become become become ¬
come active at once toward making a asubstantial af1ub asubstantial
substantial f1ub tantlal contribution to tho project projectand
I and toward giving the movers in the theenterpriso
i enterprise tho moral support of tho best bestpeople betpeople bestpeople
people of the city cityGrcnt cityGrcat cityGreat
Great Interest In Plnn PlnnNews PlnnNows PlanNews
News came to tho board yesterday torday that thatthe UMtthe thatthe
the Sons of the American Revolution at attheir attheir attheir
their annual meeting In tho city of To Toledo Toledo Toledo ¬
ledo had warmly endorsed the cause cau o inresolutions in inresolutions Inre
resolutions re luUons and had promised a sub subscription subI subscription ¬
scription to the building fund Thomas ThomasW ThOmAaW ThomasN
I W Sklwell toW the directors about the theinterest thftIntorOllt theInterest
interest displayed in tho matter by seve several sev sevral several ¬
ral of the patriotic societies to which a afriend Afrlooo afriend
friend of his b belonged The Interest dieplayed dis displayed dlllplaM ¬
played by scientific elonU c bodies was referred referredto
to toPr toPresident
President Pr sklent Harries talked talk to the directors directorssometime dlrectonMlfteU directorssometime
sometime MlfteU about the plan setting lelU forth forththat forththat forththat
that the opportunity offered was wa pecu peonilarty peculiarly peculIarl ¬
liarly lIarl favorable to Washington Wubbt egton ton as a the theproposition theproposition I IpropoaItSon
proposition was to erect a large memorial memorialbuilding m mbuilding memorialbuilding
building here with sufficient endowment endowmentto
to Insure its maintenance for all time timeand t1meand timeand
and Washington while Jille called upon to tocontribute tocontribute tocontribute
contribute what hat appeared a large 1ar e sum um to toit toIt toit
it was in reality Invited to subscribe a asmall asmall asmall
small amount when measured by what whatwould wbatwould whatwould
would be contributed by the rest of tocountry tba tbacountry tb tbcountn
country president Hurries declared la lapositive lapoeIttve Inpositive
positive term that It was th the duty of ofWashington otYaahJnstoft ofWashington
Washington business men to get awake awakeon aoakeon awakeon
on this proposition and nd arouse the city cityto cityto cityto
to do its U part toward raising the mo momorial JIIQmoria1 momorlal
morial fund fundAttended rundAttencled fundAttended
Attended to Routine Work WorkThe WorkThe or1 or1The
The work of the directors yesterday was waslargely wuJargely waslargely
largely of a routine nature Thomas < < C CNoyes CNor CNoyes
Noyes Nor reported for the committee oa the theannual tMannuaJ theannual
annual excursion that the committee had hadnot ha4DOt hadnot
not yet determined upon the date or orplace orplace orplace
place of holding the excursion but he hethought b bthought hethought
thought It might be on May S at atMar atMarahsl Mar Marshal lar larMal ¬
Mal Hall and might m ht partake of the usual usualfunction dsualfunction IUJ IUJfuncUon
function of the annual shad bak bake k These Theeamatters T Tmatters Thesematters
matters he said had been left for definite definitesettlement de definitesettlement nlte nltetUament
settlement tUament to a future meeting of the thecommittee thecommittee thecommittee
committee committeeUpon committeeUpon committeeUpon
Upon the reading of an invitation from fromthe rromthe fromthe
the Rochester Roehe ter Chamber of Commerce to toappoint toappoint toappoint
appoint delegates to the playgrounds con convention conI convention ¬
I vention which will meet In that city cityJune cttyJune cityJune
June 7 to 11 President Pro ldent Harries annouaeedthat announcedthat announced announcedthat
that he would appoint as delegates dele t rep repfientlng rpMntln repcoating
coating Mntln the tht board one or more members memberswhom memberswbom memberswhom
whom he understood would attend the themeeting themeeting themeeting
meeting meetingA
A letter J tter was road from 1C E Lawrence LawrenceFen La1roneepreekSt LawrenceFell
Fen president of the United Typothetae Typothetaeof
of America thanking tho Board of Trade Tradefor TraASefer Tradefee
for its Invitation to meet In this tb city cityand cityand cityand
and announcing that the meeting would wouldbe wouk1be wouldbe
be held here heroIlonril here1I0ncl herehoard
hoard Will 111 Get the Dntn DntnIn DntnIn DataIn
In respect r t to a communication from fromFranklin rromFranklin fromFranklin
Franklin Clarkin asking the Board of ofTrade orTrAde ofTrade
Trade to subscribe lub cribo toward the cost of ofpublication a apublication apublication
publication that would set forth impor important Important Important ¬
tant data relative to trade and and trans transportation transportation transportation ¬
portation matters Gen Harries said the theWashington theVublngton theWashington
Washington Railway Rl lwAY and Electric Com Company Compan Cornpony ¬
pony pan was a subscriber su rlber to the enterprise enterpriseas
as well as several other bodlos in the theDistrict theDlatrlct theDistrict
District of which he and other members membersof membersof
of the Board wore members and that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the information in question wouid would be beavailable beAvanable beavailable
available to the Board without entering enteringa e torlng torlngft
a subscription subscriptionLetters sub subscriptionLetters crlptlon crlptlonLetters
Letters relating to tho Installation of ofthe orthe ofthe
the telcpost in Washington Ya hlngton a a request requo t of oftho orthe ofthe
the Philadelphia Board of Trade to favor favorHouse favorHa avor avorH
House H Ha use and Senate bills prohibiting the theprinting tbeprinUng theprinting
printing of business cards on stamped stampedenvelopes stampedcnvelop4 stampedenvelopes
envelopes Issued by the government and andthe anllthe andthe
the investigation of excessive rates rate by byexpress b bexpress byexpress
express companies were referred to the thecommittee thecommittee thecommittee
committee on mercantile and industrial industrialinterests IndustrialInlereata Industrialinterests
interests for investigation and report reportWill reportrill reportWill
Will rill Print Xoyei Pamphlet AnntphlctThe PamphletThe pnmJlhletThe
The directors authorized the printing at attho attho atthe
tho expense of the Board the pamphlet pamphletof
of Thoodoro Noyes Noy upon the relation rel tlon be between botween hotween ¬
tween the local and national governments governmentswhich govornmooUlwhich governmentswhich
which has recently been compiled compiledIn com pll Id IdIn
In answer to a challenge from the base baseball hueball baseball ¬
ball team of the Chamber of Commerce Commercethe Commercethe Commercethe
the directors authorized the Board of ofTrade orTrade ofTrade
Trade team to accept with wi th tho proviso provisothat provtaothat provisothat
that the date of the eligibility of mem members members members ¬
bers on the rival teams should be mem members mfmbels members ¬
bers in good standing in tho organiza organizations organizations organizations ¬
tions on January Janunr 1 1910 instead of March
1 as specified In the challenge The di directors directors directors ¬
rectors authorized the th payment mont of 8458 8458for SUi5for 3451for
for tho expense ponsc Incurred In the prepara preparations preparations preparations ¬
tions for the Taft dinner which was waspostponed waspostponed waspostponed
postponed to the autumn months monthsNEGRO monthNEGRO monthsNEGRO
Attacks Saloon Man Who VIIO Canned CannedHi CnnlledlIb CausedIlls
Hi lIb Arrest ArrcfttFrancis ArretFrancis ArrestFrancis
Francis X Cox an expoliceman now nowproprietor nowproprietor nowproprietor
proprietor of a saloon at Now Jersey Jerseyavenue Jerseyavenue Jerseyavenue
avenue and Franklin street northwest northwestwas northw6tStwas northwestwas
was wounded last night by a a negro who whoentered whoentered ho hoentored
entered tho saloon to kill him But for forthe lorthe forthe
the barkeeper John Fitzgerald it is isprobable Isrobablo Isprobable
probable robablo the intruder would have carried carriedout carrfedout carriedout
out his purpose purposeTho purposeThe purposeThe
The negro is known as John Subort Subortthe Subortthe Subertthe
the police cay sa He was as arrested several severalhours severalhours severalhours
hours after tho assault when applying applyingat
at Freedmens Hospital to have his injuries in injuries Injuries ¬
juries dressed dressedAt dressedAt dressedAt
At tho Homeopathic Hospital Ho pltal where whereCox whereCox whoreCox
Cox was taken unconscious physicians physicianssay
say they fear blood poisoning The Thewound TheWound Thewound
wound was Inflicted with a a knife and andextends andoxtonds andextends
extends from rom the top of the th forehead to totho totho totho
tho base of the chin It will scar Cox Coxfor Coxfor Coxfor
for life lifeSubert lifeSubert ICe ICeSubert
Subert was sent to tho workhouse for forthree forthree forthree
three months and when released released it is issaid Isald Issaid
said ald he swore ho would get even with withCox withCox withCox
Cox who had caused his arresta arrest
Supreme Court Denies Immunity to toHeike toHeike toHeike
Heike in Sugar Case CaseCharles CaseCharles CaseCharles
Charles H Holke secretary of the theAmerican theAmerican theAmerican
American Sugar Refining R finlng Company Companywhose Companywho Companywhose
whose who e trial with five clerks on charges chargesof
of defrauding dofrau Jng the government In connec connection connection connection ¬
tion with the false weighing of Imported Importedsugarr Importedsugl1jf Importedsugar
sugar was deferred by reason rQ 80n of his hispica hisploa hisplea
pica of Immunity will havo to stand standtrial standI standtrial
I trial under a decision of the Supreme SupremeCourt SupremeI SupremeCourt
I Court yesterday OIterdR dismissing a writ of oferror offrror oferror
error allowed him on the Immunity ques question que queUon question ¬
tion tionThe
The court also at the suggestion of ofSolicitor ofSolicitor ofSolicitor
Solicitor General Bowers on behalf ofthe of ofthe Orthe
the government directed the mandate mandateof mandateof mandateof
of the court in the case issued at once onceso onceso
so that the trial may proceed proce on May
10 to which date It had been postponed postponedTWO postponedTWO postponedTWO
OneIs Unconscious Un onscious and the theOther theOther fileOther
Other Slightly Sli > htly Burned BurnedMrs BurneMrs
Mrs Julia Gray eighty years oars old had hadher hadher badher
her left hand badly I burned and Mrs MrsMargaret MrsMargaret MrsMargaret
Margaret Hare seventytwo years oarll old oldwas oldwu oldwas
was carried unconscious from a burning buntingbuilding burningbuilding burningbuilding
building at K7 Seventh stroot southwest southwestabout south6latabout southwestabout
about 330 oclock yesterday afternoon afternoonAn afternoonAn ternlOft ternlOftAn
An explosion of gasoline set flro to the thefurniture thefurniture thefurniture
furniture in a loom > room oom on the second floor floorThe floorlU floorThe
The lU building is owned by Mrs Irs Mary B BHaney EHaney BHaney
Haney and occupied by Julia Gray and andMargaret Roolfarpret andMargaret
Margaret Hare The damage will not ox oxceed OXceed oxcoed
ceed 0 0Mrs >
Mrs Gray was burned while trying to toextinguish tooxtlngulah toextinguish
extinguish the fire In spite of her burns burnsshe burnsbe burnsshe
she assisted In rescuing Mrs rra Hare who whowas whowa whowas
was wa overcome by the smoke smokeEarlier amokoEarlier smokeEarlier
Earlier In the afternoon a gas stove stoveexploded stoveexploded stoveexploded
exploded at 737 Third street northwest n4 northwestoccupied > rthe t toccupied i ioccupied
occupied by b Mrs Mary rarY McVlckers McVickersRAPS cVlckers cVlckersRAPS j
ExSenator Chandler Chan ler Says It ItWill ItV ItWill
Will V ill Ruin Party PartyRECALLS Part PartRECALLS y yRECALLS
For More Thnn Twenty Tent Year He HeReclnren HeDcclnrell HeDeclares
Declares the Railroad have HnveIleen Hneneen haveBeen
Been Trying Trln to Get Authority to toAliolifth toholl11 toAbollslt
Aliolifth holl11 Competition and Now It IB IBto IIIto Isto
to Bo Grunted to Them ThemThe ThemThe ThemThe
The railroad trac agreement a ecment lam lamhas tawdnLwn lawhas
has drawn the fire of former Senator SenatorWilliam SenatorWitham nator natorwmlam
William E Chandler CbaR4 of New Hamp Hampshire Irampshire
shireIn shire shireIn shireIn
In an Interview given out yesterday yeaterdahtj yesterdayhe
he says saysAs 711 711A
As A the Republican nepu llcaa part party Is to commit commitsuicide commItaulrtde commitsuicide
suicide this week hy a aa act of Congress Congressabolishing Con Congressabolishing PlIs PlIsabollahtnK
abolishing railroad competition thfotigh thfotlghpOrmon throdghpermission
permission pOrmon to all the roads to make a 8 8tramc atraAlc
tramc tra lc agreement a rment by which hiek one board boardoC boardof
of managers may 1 fix ail fares and andfreights andfretgbts andfreights
freights and Impose Im penalties pUs upon uponvery uPfneYer uponevery
very eYer road which lowers 10 them it t will willbe wIHbe willbe
be wise to remember the witnesses witnessesI witnesseswhose ltne5lleS ltne5lleSwhoee
I whose testimony teetimon wilt 111 be cited against againstthe agalnltth againstthe
the th deadly deadl deed by the Democratic party part partRepnbIlclln partyRepublican
Republican Announcement AnnouncementOn
On Jun Juno if 1836 the day da before the theRepublican th thRepublteaa theRepublican
Republican national convention the fol following following
lowing announcement was everywhere everywheremade everwheoremade everywheremade
Chkaso Jon June 15 WTIM 15I1Ie 15The
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OlD B jfetform IIatba formulated br FunUrat t RooaercH RooaercHand Rooeeetsad
and Stmtftr 5tostary Taft sad A drafted by wide w H HXDte HJIUa hiLute
Lute attorney m cocain l of Ohio and now hi mfor he hepocudm th thpoOTMkm
poOTMkm for ronria fNIidIn cneidertiou > nUoa OR at prwcectiw si e 1w numbers numbersof mamhenot m mhn mhnol
ot Uw U nmtattaM ree gallons conanhteu of 0 th the ti a national COD IOD IODNItim coonation
nation an hmfe hneW IIftIL tea They Th aw DM planks J plankspa BU BUOR
m tram ftBUtoJunctloa ADCJlD raflrmd rates Urtfi re tertiadon RnIoG
rMoo and curator cverecyAmong curatorAmong cartSC7Among
Among them is the following followingWe
We W tettero bowera that the interstate coax ccaamra cx cxca
mm ca kw alf braid to further ameadd ao aa to toriw toAi toadve
riw Ai railroads the H right ri t to Make a and publish p IWa traffic trafficgrt traIktoft trafficarareneats
arareneats grt u tut abject HM to th u tM apfral aJlPOal of tb the Cots eAlalNt CotsdtsIoa
Mtarioo l Nt t naintafata malatab r alw al slinys r Up tl s principle of ofcownrUtkw 01r ofeoesreiftioo
cownrUtkw r < < Idoa botw 00t bntwesn n Bfttnnlir is catmptitK Ols hues and andanadloc aDda andariiding
anadloc a the comma smut of BCh Isis br any anysacaM anyseam DJ DJar
seam wbatecerThe whatcnr whatcnrThe ar arThe
The abovo became in its St exact words wordsa wor wora
a part of the platform But this week weektraffle weektramc weektratlie
traffle agreements are to be authorhedwithout authorised authorisedwithout t ortHd ortHdwithout
without any limitation to nonoompoting nonoompotingrailroads noncoIftpottngrailrOAds nonooatpotiagrailroads
railroads railrOAds1IC11c1 railroadsholds
1 1IC11c1 holds To Ids Plank nn Unvrine One OneThe OneThe OneThe
The plank itself even ev n as formulated formulatedby formulatedby formulatedby
by President Pre tdent Roosevelt was s a most un unwlo unwtro
wlo 0 one says ys Mr Chandler handler For Formore Formore Formore
more than twenty years the railroads railroadshave raUrOAlha railroadshave
have ha V6 been trying to get fl authority from fromCongress fromCongre fromCongress
Congress Congre to defy State laws and make maketraffle maketraffic makettadic
traffic agreements abolishing competi competition competition competition ¬
tion Now it is to be granted to them themIn themIn themIn
In express pr terms and all the limitations limitationsthereon ltmltaUonthereon limitationsthereon
thereon will be found feeble feebl ami worth worthless worthless orth orthleas ¬
less once a R huge joint traffic association associationwith astJOoClaUonwith associationwith
with its revived corruption fund comes comesinto comosInt comesinto
into Int existence existenceThere oxlatooceThere oxistencoThere
There is no way to compel railroads railroadsto
to compete with each O eh other To authorize authorizethem authornothom authorizethorn
them all to make ake a single agreement that thatthey thatthe thatthey
they the will never compete will 11I be a sub subserviency sub5orvlencY subserviency ¬
serviency to corporation power uneqUAled uneqUAledIn
In history hlstor It will be oa fatal to the domi dominant dominant dominant ¬
nant political party te do this without withouteven withouteven withouteven
even embodying in the law la the feeble feeblecondition feeblecondtlon feeblecondition
condition formulated on Juno 15 1908 by byPresident b bPresident byPresident
President Roosevelt Secretary Sooretar Taft and andDraftsman andDraftsman andDraftsman
Draftsman Ellis and announced in n the theRepublican thoRepublican theRepublican
Republican platform of the next day dayFALL dayFALL daya dayFALL
Negro Woman Walking in Sleep SleepBefore SleepBefore SleepBefore
Before Accident AccidentWhile AccidentWhile AccidentWhile
While walking in her sleep shortly af after atttr after ¬
ter 2 oclock this morning at hor home in inSaundcrs InSkunders inSaunders
Saunders ro Mary Jeffries colored coloredfell cotoredfell coloredfell
fell down a flight lgbl of stairs and her neck neckwas neekwas neckwas
was broken An n Emergency ambulance ambulancewas ambulancewas ambulancewas
was summoned but when wbonlt it arrived with withthe withthe wlthth
the th hospital physician the woman oman was wasdoad wasdoad wasdead
Will VIII Be Burled Here HereThe HereThe HereThe
The body of Thomas Marshall a 8 mem membor member member
ber of the old Virginia nnd Maryland Marylandfamily MAr Marylandfamily land landfaml
family faml who died at Gaithersburg G Sthersburg Md Mdwill Mdwill d dwill
will be brought to Washington today for forinterment forIntorment forinterment
interment There will be services at the thegrave thegrave thegrave
grave at Oak Hill Cemetery Mr Mar Marshall Mar5hall Marshall ¬
shall was born at Marshall Hall fifty fiftytwo fitbtwo fiftytwo
two years ago He was a nephew of tho tholate tholato thelate
late Judge Richard H Marshall > of Fred Frederick Frederick Frederick ¬
erick Md Mrs William E Summerson Summersonof
of Washington is one of the surviving survivingslstors 5urhlngslstor8 survivingsisters
sisters slstorsSave slstor8Savc sistersSave
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ture frames fram S to cover dishes of leftover leftoverfood leftovertood leftoverfood
food In the Icebox IceboxII
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Largest Exclusive Womens Outcrcannent Store South of New York York
1106 G Street Next to Corner of 11th llthYoull 11thSUITS 11thsuns
Youll need a tailored suit for your yoursummer yoursummer yoursummer
summer trip tripNows tripNows triphows
Nows Your Opportunity OpportunityWe
We have over 500 too many suits suitsTHATS suitsTHATS suitsTHATS
THATS the reason of this thisWomens thisTremendous thisTremendous
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Womens Misses and Stout Sizes i
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Club Organized b by r State and andPatriotic andl andPatriotic
Patriotic l > Bodies BodiesFor
For the purpose of advancing a4ftneln the social so social 80dal ¬
cial educat educational 6Clue a sL 1 and industrial interests interestsof IntetaoC
of UM South representative repreee taUe of State Statepatriotic Statepatriotic Statepatriotic
patriotic aodetiea la laM t night organised organisedthe 01Pftbedthe organisedthe
the Southern Club of the District at a ameeting ameeting ameeting
meeting at Confederate Memorial elDorIaI Home HomeOpt HomeCapt HomeCapt
Capt Fred Beall presided The Missis Mississippi XI8IMIppi liseli liselisippi ¬
sippi Ippi Texas Arkansas Ark S lUlU Missouri KtMourtTenneeft and andTennessee andTennessee
Tennessee societies Daughters Dau ter1I of the theConfederacy theConr8fler theConfederacy
Confederacy Conr8fler y Confederate Veterans As Association AJIsociatlon Assoelttiou ¬
sociation and Sons Son of Veterans etnaJUI were wererepresented werereprlS8ftted wererepresented
represented representedMrs reprlS8fttedMrs representedMrs
Mrs C D Merwin president general 1 of ofthe otthe ofthe
the District Dt trlct Daughters of the Coated CoafedBracy Confederacy Coatederllcy ¬
eracy was hostess hostessIt
It was decided to admit no member un unless unless an anleu ¬
less He Is recognised reco < < nl ed by two t 10 members membersof
of a State society or if not a member memberof
of a State society indorsed by two mem members Members momhers ¬
bers of the Southern Society SocietyA
A committee consisting conslsUn < < of Capt Fred FredBeall FredB FredBeall
Beall B Iltt chairman Representative Repre ntaU L P PPadgett PPAdlelt PPadgett
Padgett W V E Suddarth George Coving Covington Cvlngton Covington
ton Capt Perry Perr M De Leon Dr Gus Gustavus Gustavus Gustavus
tavus AVarbor Mrs olr5 Buchanan Bueba and Mrs MrsJohnson MrsJohnson ra raJohn
Johnson John on were appointed pp lnted to select oat olilcers officers oatcers ¬
cers who ho will be announced annOQftC at the next nextmeeting nextmcetJftK nextmeeting
meeting in June JuneDJIWC Jun JunDne JuneDawe
DJIWC Makes Address AdilresaE AclclresE
E Groevenor Gro venor Dawe director general generalof n < < at atot
of tho Southern Commercial Congress Congressmad Coolre Congressmade s smado
made mad an address urging U nc the society to do doits doits 10 10Its
its share in n the uplift and development developmentof
of o the South SouthThe SouthThe SouthThe
The following programme was given givenMrs givenMrs givenMrs
Mrs Fred Beall Southern Melodies MelodiesAlbert M MelodiesAlboat IodIes IodIesAlbaat
Albert B Griffith selections Mis M Da I Plate PlateInstrumental PlateInstrumental Plateinstrumental
Instrumental selections Rl < < tIons Miss lU Genevieve GenovieveSmall GenoeveSmall GenevieveSmall
Small Southern Airs AirsAVill AIr AIrVBI AirsWill
Will VBI Lecture on Catholics CatholicsThe CathollcllThe CatholicsThe
The Catholic the most tolerant of ofAmerican oCAmorlcan ofAmerican
American citizens Is s the subject of a alecture aIKture alecture
lecture to be given on next Wednesday Wednesdaynight Wednesdaynight ednelld ednelldnight
night at the Knights of Columbus Hall Hallby Hallby Hallby
by Rev Re William UUam T Russell D D rector rectorof rectorIt rectorof
of It St Patricks Church It Is a a oomp oompsnentary compli complimentary eompllmentar ¬
mentary mentar affair under the auspice of tha thaKnights thaKnights theKnights
Knights of Columbus who bo have extend extendinvitations extendinvitations tended tendedInvitations
invitations to tho members of several v a1 o othe othe 0the
the Catholic organizations to be present presentXcjcrro preaentI
I Negro Drop Dead DeadArmstead DcallArmstead DeatLArmstead
Armstead Walker colored of 212 L Lstreet Lstreot Lstreet
street northwest dropped dead yester yesterday ye yesterday ter terday ¬
day morning whiltj whU at t work in the 0 0street 0street 0street
street market mark t whore ho was employed employedby employedby employedby
by H W Yost Sons fish dealers dealersI
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ens ensSuits 75 75Suits
oe HItoe or tlf tlfL t tLAx9TOx
12K In CallowbiU street fltlfttPbiJadelpbia streetPhiladelphia tr t tPhiladelphia
Philadelphia April H ISM ISMLANSTOX
The annual aeeUnti 0 of the atocktaoldtn t1l tIN
will b be held at tb tbs be Hotel FMtchmaim AkamBSifci
Vt at 12 octoet nooa on on c THCBSOAY TBJtSDAYof h tkt Mfc l
dv of Mar UJ ns for
Uw ponme CIl dsisg ifcuM a aI aI
I Board of 0 Oinctcn to tcr IIn9 eon for th the maulm t VMT + eer a HIli HIliI atsstof t tof
of ratifyinc rat the action a oa of UM th Band of DlraeMn ef efthe IIIthe ofthe
the Company C paJly fa aotbortzinK th the oak of JttoU HjKMM > > J Jtbe of ofthe t te
I the iIIcnIMct callUal Meek 0 of tIN opy is tile tileIt thegoekholdere
goekholdere It of the CtaJaDJ Cm isuy In tile e proporooB proporooBtheir JIICIP Itt er erI t ttheir
their hoIdiocB at th the base t In the manner nac aad aIIIIthe far farthe farthe
I the price MC faith in a mohrtioo of th taM BOM Bwsd III StDirector
I Director and for the further pupaM paM of 0 talf liiarnltat liiarnltatMich talfIUd1 sg sgsack
sack other bMiMM a u nay properly come betet K Ie
Transfer boob will be thud cI ted on April 3a at t toeioek K Kodock IIodoc
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