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HOWe to the Attorney Generals Gen rars ofllco ofllcohere o ofilcowhere 1cG 1cGWe
where here h he heM t two tw hours conference conferencewith conrftr cuntrencILk n nwlUl =
with ILk Mr r Wicker Wkkenbtun iham ami fld Aaristaut At Attorney AltoraMY Attnry ¬
torney General ral Lewler LewlerMr IAwlerr Lw1ertr
Mr tr r BUttttS Thdftar declined to kwitc uc any anytatNtet anyttenMIIt ny nytLeIIR
tatNtet en u the > e ground that ho hud hudnothing l IKdnothisi kd kdno
nothing no nothisi to explain explainTuft eplaln1n exphtiLfI
Tuft 1n iLfI t Sought SUIIJ ht Annircr AnnircrKerb AntncrX tnnTcrXMb
Kerb X my In tI hi h Ma statement that he hewas beWit heWKZ
was Wit In Seattle S attJe with Secretary SecI tary Bellinger Bellingerlast nUlnerJut BltsgerAst
last Ast fall aU when BaJllnger DaJllnser got ot a letter letterfrom Jetterfro letterfrom
from fro President Taft containing contint the Glavic Glaviccharges Glk1achuJ Clavlachrgu
charges chuJ and asking ukln him for a roply to tothem tothea Uithen
them thea Secretary Secretr ecretu Bellinger immediately
left 1 ° t tie Washington Yalntu with Don M s 1 Carr
his hh secretary and with SUt Stenographer SteltO rapher
Kerkjr Ker Kerby says y Ye that they worked orktcl on ontuetr ontheir ontkw
their att 1aswer wtr w t te the Glavla charge all
the way wa R acroac Iter cr ea the continent and for forseveral toreta or orMcveraI
several days eta after fter they got to Wash Washington ¬
Secretary Balllnrer and Lawler left lefton J kftnfl tt tton
on a Sunday for Beverly and returned
to Washington Vjhlt uhlton on the th following followtn Thurs ¬
day da It was Ju Jut t after an this this according a ordln
to the fltenocrapher that Lawler La Jer took tookP tookup tooktI1
up P hli b hi quart quarters in Ballingerg private privateofflce prlnteo privateoftIc
offlce o oftIc tce and
began the
dictation of o the thememeraixiuin thelTHlIt
memeraixiuin lTHlIt nWdum Kerby that U t
says the thememorandum theInell theInenraaidnm
memorandum Inell h was written from rom the first
in farm ft rm which President Taft
might ml ht htutv
hav have utv adopted bodily as his hi letter JeU to Sec ¬
retary Balllnger if he 0 o desired Half Hairit
a down drafts were ere made so the stenog ateno atenolapher ten tenrRpber ¬
rapher said lei before the flnal one
Kerby Kerb says also that Lawler l consulted consultedvith
vith Ilh Secretary Balllnger alftner E It 1i C Money lnooy
assistant to Secretary Balltuger Com Commissioner ComJlredertek Coinrnloint ¬
missioner Frederick Dennett DtnMtt of the Land
Ofiloe Chief of the Field Service
Schwarts hiarts and one or two others oth In r rsard rJard re regard
sard to the letter As A Kerby K rb recalls It
stcrttary s Balltoper himself hln elf read the let letr 11fttlr
tlr > r or one of the drafts aloud and andseneral andJOPMraJ andPnerl
seneral criticism from the ot others was m mvited In Inyited invited
vited Kerby says that Lawler In Instructed lit litHrtKttd intructed ¬
structed him to save all conies co s oC the therouajh thorou theIoutt
rouajh rou drafts draftsStcnoKrnnlicrx m draftsStCUJrfllIcri tta ttaStelluJ
StcnoKrnnlicrx StelluJ rnlher In Conference
vneu we e Aiassey iI5O au another steno stenographer atenoJrphet stenojrapher ¬
grapher and I had finished preparing < the lh lht
final t naJ drafts says a Kerby Massey took tookthe tooktht tookI
the I he tour copies eopJ of the final draft and andfastened aMfstmett a afastened
fastened each Massey uwy then asked ked T TIr Law Lawlr < aw awler
ler what disposition should be made of ofthe orthe ofthe
the rough r h drafts Mr Carr came eM into intotlie latotile Intothe
tile room about that time The four fo of ofu orHili of1g
u Hili 1g Lawler Carr Massey and nd myself myselfconferred mllelonferred myselfconferred
conferred as to what should be done donewith detMwith donewith
with the rough drafts Lawler Law r sakl saklthat aldt sakithat
that t hat It would not be safe to trust them themto themIn I
to the waste ate basket eket I think it was wasCarr WallCarr w wsir
Carr sir who declared d larH that they ought to tohe tohe tobe
he burned It I t was wt decided ec to go o oto eto
to room Z15 21 and destroy the papers in inthe 1nthe Inthe
the grate thore There Tb re is a closed grate gratein sratein grateIn
in the room and I suppose PP that is the thereason thetaeon theasos
reason asos why hy the papers were ere not > burned burnedin burnedIn
in the fireplace In the Secretarys recar1 room roomwhere room roomhere roomwhere
where here there is a big open grate grateWell PUewen grateS
S Well we all U went back to room 2UL 2ULThere IiThere 2liThere
There were Lawler and Carr aiwTMaaaey aiwTMaaaeyund
und d Hfyseif I can swear eAr that Carr was wasmere usthere liS liSUerG
mere The papers were 1 put ta the grate grateand grateand te teand
and somebody 7 touched a match madllo to them themI
I i dont reoMMber rm ber who It was that lighted lightedthe l1 IIhfedthe ed edj
j the t 110 match Iit h I think think It was a8 Carr This Thiswas Tblswas Thiswas
was between betwn 10 and 1130 ld d3O oclock on the thenight th thI thenight
I night ni ht of Friday lrlda September W WAfwr 1 1Attur 1After
After burning bUInln up all traces of the thedrafts theIrattl thet
t drafts we all went nt back into our offices officesand oMceand olflcesand
and the flnal finished copies eo were ere handed handedover hADdedOVlOr bandedOver
over to 34r Ir Lawler He le took the four fourcopies touropl fourinpies
copies opl with lth him into the secretarys
rOOM Now ow I t dont nont think tmna tbat the MtI MtIrf see seertry
retary rf r witnessed wlt the burning bum f the pa paper papen pap015 ¬
per pen I am pretty sure that he hearouDd was wasaround usaround
around and in his room At any rate rateMr rateIr rateMr
Mr Ir Lawler took thf th flnal 1 copies co Into the thesecretarys theteeretarye therecretarys
secretarys room roomHnmliit roomnnrnlll roomllirilstg
Hnmliit nnrnlll IN 1 II Admitted AdmittedXo tdiiiittcdNo
Xo 0 denial of the fact that the rough roughdrafts roughdrafts I
drafts of the memorandum had been beenburned beelll beelllhurned beenburned
burned was made at 1 the Interior Depart Department D8JMIrtment Department ¬
ment In fact act It was wa admitted they the had Wadbeen hadn hadbeen
been n burned burned but It was ate said that the theonly thontl theonly
only ntl purpose pur in destroying them was wa to toink totake tolike
take ink precautions against ainst any fragment fragmentf
rr f f the th letter being beI made public before the thePresident theJrfldent theIrOftt
President acted and also a o against A the thepoMiibflHy theTllbUty theroraihility
poMiibflHy of the memorandum noran4um falling
into the lIHiI tb bands b ds of Mr Ballingers BaJlln er enemios enemiosThe eneml enemlThe enemiTh
The Th Kerby statement ta tement continues continuesIt
It was a some time Um after this that thatFASHION thatFASHION thatFASHION
One One of the prettiest models modeisfor for a dainty
little afternoon gown of batiste is shown shownabove showna
a above aboveThe a aboveThe boe boeTne
The wee yoke is s of fine nc ecru lace the
batiste beinr being of that color and theres
g just a touch of light blue in the em ¬
Carr came earn out into our rooffi one day dayand dayand dayanti
and stated tntta to Mawey lI JeY and Rn myself that thatMr thatAIr
Mr Braadeis who Is counsel for forGiavis COlOlavl forGIvts
Giavis had made a call upon the De Department DelQrtl Dciartznent ¬
partment lQrtl nt of the Interior for corre correspondence carrepondene correHponhlenee ¬
spondence which Balllnger had with wlthCommlloner withCommissioner withComnIestoner
Commissioner Dennett and stenogra stenographers stenographer stenographerz ¬
phers pher notebooks covering eocrn that period periodI
I remember that the period covered coveredthe covt coveredthe > red redthe
the time during which Carr was vu pri private prlatf prirate ¬
rate atf secretary SfCrotar to Dennett and It was wasCarrs wasCarrs WKSCarrs
Carrs notebooks that Braldcls wanted wantedI
I remember I asked Carr If he had hadsent had8nt hadcent
sent them to the committee Carr said saidhe saJdho saidlie
he itHil not for he never kept his note notebook notebooks notehooks ¬
book books 1 said Well eli I have never neverkept n neverkept el elkept
kept mine either but Massey lrau has haskept haskept haskopt
kept every notebook ho ever used from fromthe rromthe fromthe
the time tlm ho flrst went into the gov government so sonment governmont ¬
ernment nment service Carr said In a alaughing alaurhlnJ alaughing
laughing sort of way WRY Well W II Massey MasseyI I
I think it would be a a mighty good Idea ideufor ideafor I
for you to lose those notebooks notebooksAt notebookAt
At the Uonurtment of the Interior Interlorlt It was wasdenied waslenled wastlenled
denied that Can had referred to the note notebooks notebooks notehooks ¬
books containing contalntn the stenographic min minutes minute fltflsites ¬
ute of the Lawler letter It wax wa said saidthat saidthat 5AIlthat
that he had merely m rel spoken in a jest It Itwas Ityn Itns
was yn ns Lawler I wier and not Carr who io suggested suggestedUie suggested141e 1U ge8ted
Uie tJU burning of the rough rou h drafts draftsSIMV draftsSnw draftsSaw
Saw Gnrllcld Recently Heccntl
Kerby Kerb said last t night nl ht that he had seen tn
former Secretary Gariieid O rJteld when he was In InWashington InWuhtnston InVashlngto
Washington a few weeks week age ageDid R agoDid O OOld
Did you 011 intimate to him that you ou had hadsome hadme hadsome
some me knowledge of the case that might mightprove mightJttoe mightprove
prove interesting Int rUn to the Pinchot side of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the controversy he was wa asked askedWell askedWell akedWell
Well no not then he replied but butas butu
as 1 a matter ef t fact ho knew what In Information InformaUon Information ¬
formation I had in my possession possessionFrom JoaeaIonFrom possessIonFrom
From whom 110m did he obtain O the Infor Information Inrormatlon InformationT ¬
mation mationWell matlonWen mationTeU
Well eU I am net at liberty Jlbert to say that thatThe thRtThl thatThe
The stenographer salt that he expected expectedto xpt1to
to report for Or instructions at R t the Secre Secretary Setrttar Seer e etary ¬
tary tar ef the t Interiors olnca tomorrow tomorrowmorning tomonowIpOInln tomorrownornIng
morning So 0 far as he knew kne he still stillbad stilt118ft stillbed
bad ht b bk Job JobIf JotH jobTI
If Secretary BalUnger Dallln er said h hthinks hthink he hethinks
thinks think because Me I told the truth I am not nota nota nota
a tit person u to t > be In the service tce he Is Isat h hat Isat
at liberty 1Ih < tr to t dismiss I me I guess UMa he may ma maIre
Ire me meWhat meWhat
What hat te your our motive IN coming out outwith OUtlth outwith
with lth a statement e Mlttr the stenographer te pber was wasasked wasasked I IUkN
asked I
I Inrument ii nen on in he nf I Upon Him HimHe 111mHe I I I ii ii1le
He replied that he was inspired Inll lred by h a aaense alie asense
sense lie of public duty dut Me II felt that tlie tliecountry tltpI tl tlcountry
I country had been be misled In regard to tothe toI tothe
I the Presidents letter and he h felt It it in incumbent incumbeDl ineumbent ¬
cumbent upon him to give lve the world orld the thefacts thfaeta th thfacts
facts aeta in I his possession
He I Ie was 81 asked lu ktcl If the parties p rti who ho had hadinduced hailInduced I
induced him to make the disclosures lCaour had hadpromised hadpIom hadpi
promised pIom pi onhse4l any reward rewardIsone rewardXune rewardNone
None at all said kI he But I had the thepersonal thpperson thepersonal
personal person I assurance ranee of other others Interested Interestedin Int rEttf41 rEttf41In
in the Investigation that t at they would find findm ftlldm findme
m me a job jobKerby jobKerby jobICerby
Kerby is only twentyfour years fUI old oldis oJdIa 011is
is married and has ss a family familyIt
It is expected that Attorney BrandEis Brandeiawill BrandEiswtll Brandeiswill
will ask the committee to call both him himand himand
and Uaipwy a ey as witnesses witnessesH I
H H Schwartx Sch war tx chief hr of th the field ft ld divi division ithlaton tilvistun ¬
stun of the Ut General Land OfNce < was 811 a awitness awitness I
witness before the Investigating Inveatl t1n commit committee committHo committee ¬
tee Me H h has assumed umed responsibility for formany forI1ny or orny
many ny of the acts that have been blamed blamedupon bbtmedupon
I upon Secretary Balllnger BalUn8 r but Attorney A tlornty
Brand Brandeis showed no disposition poalUon to ques question question ¬ I II
I tion him a alon along Jong this line and dismissed dismissedhim dismissedhim
I him with one unimportant question questionCommissioner queaUonComanloMr questionConunlsetoner I
Commissioner Fred Dennett of the theGenera theGeneral theGeneral
Genera General Land Office OUk and E E C Flnney FinneytaDt Finnesssiatnt
Assistant taDt to Secretary Ballinger two men menwho menwhe menwho
who were named by Stenographer < Kerby Kerbyas K Xerbyas rby
as having bAvt bavln been consulted by Lawler lAwl r in inregard inresard inregard
regard to his hs
memorandum denied on onthe ontM onthe
the witness witnis q stand before the BalHnger BalHngerPinchot BaJlinJ RalflngrrPinchot r rNnchot
Pinchot committee that they had had hadanything hadany hadanything
anything any thine to do un with the preparation of
the memorandum memorandumThe memorandumThe memorandumThe
The statement that I was 1 present pre nt lit t a aconference aconferft aconference
conference < e when lMn the Lawler LA ler memoran memorandum memorandum inemorandma ¬
dum was considered n red is a lie said Mr MrPinaey MrInney MrFlnney
Pinaey with Ith cotwidertfole emphasis 8
Former urlller Chief Kndnocr or < f Xnvy Xn Uc UcIlevQil Re1Ieel
IlevQil IIc tl from mu Unty UntyCapt Unt 1ntCapt I ICapt
Capt John K Barton U S N has hasbeen hasbeen I
been detached from his hi
present duty as a ai amember i
i member of the naval examining xHmIIlI board boardami boardant boardanil
ami ant Has been ordered to his bl home homeHe hom homHe homeHe
He He will 111 be placed on the retired rtlr lint as asa uR asa
a rear admiral Capt Barton was as for formerly 1 1marly IltrJ
marly ltrJ en eiurlneermchlef < of the navy INlV Capt Captv I
W v X Parks TT S N No will III succeed him himas himas
as a member of the naval examining exminln exminlnboaltI
board boardCapt boaltICaPt boardCapt I
Capt Parks is now DO on duty at t the th Xew XewYork NewYork
York Nary Yard Commander George K KBnrd F FBnri I I
Bnrd has J Men een transferred from rom the BOB Beetoi i
ton to the New Ne York yard yardCHINESE yardCHINESE
rutted Suites Will lhl Have lIn Quarter QuarterMhtr QuarterSun I II
Mhtr Sun hnrc ri < In I ti Tra im rnnlllnction linnet Ion
It was announced at the th State Stat Depart Department Derartm Departunent ¬
ment m nt yesterday ye teaday that the Chinese railroad railroadloan railroadloan railroadloan
loan which has been hanging hanpin fire for forabout forabout
about a year C8r had been bc n finally settled and andits andIt andits
its success was U assured assuredEngland assuredEngland ured uredEn
England En land France rasice Germany German and the theUnited thePntted thetnlted >
United States will III participate in equal equalj equalshares
j shares In the loan which hleh will amount to toabout toabout toutbout
InlverxHy rnhrIt to Give Cis 1 1tIO < K0 for Rclltf RclltfIOIIN HellJJoil ItehigIons
Joil Ions UUliicatloiml tCdncsL ituui1 Tli Ihcii IhciiThe heme hemeThe c me meThe
The sum of 1000 has been intrusted to tothe tothe tothe
I the University of Notre Dame Indiana Indianain
in charge ch re of the congregation of the Holy
Croft to he offered for the best manu manuscript maimript
script ript dealing d6fiJt practically with the quefe quefettott qU qUI qushtion
ttott of religion In education educationThe eduCRtionTh educationThe
I The Th contest for this thl prize te epon t tall
all persons In all countries of the world workland worldand
and without regard re rd to age e sex or creed creedThe
I The theme is How may ma the religious religiouselement reUgJoUIelement religiouselement
element in I the general fl1entJ education of ehil chUdren ehlldron
jdren dren and It ntl youths be moet effectively pro proi
i meted mQtedI T
j I Mapu Manuscripts erlpta muet contain not fewer fewerthan fewerII fewerthan
II than MOOO OOO ro words or Each contestant must mustsign nUltkIa mustsign
sign his manuscript ma tMCrlpt with Ith his pon name nameSJtd nameIad nameand
and address a it to Max IRX Pam Prise Contest ContestUniversity ContestLniverslty t ttnlvenlty
Iad University of Notre Dame Notre Damo Damojlnd
jlnd lad
n A t II I Klcot ct OW OWnteeUng Officer OfficerA
A a meeting w nU held at the tb Arlington Arlingtonj irltngtonThursday rlln t n
j I Thursday May M iiiy U by the Sarah Franklin
Chapter p A A R and the following rolloJn offl
i cars ware wEe ero elected eJeettd Regent R t Mrs iI c D 1
1110 vice 1e regent Mrs lrJl E P Jones Jonesrexwrdlnt JonesrOordlnr Jonesreordng I
rexwrdlnt rOordlnr secretary Mereta Mrs Ir J E Alexan AJ Alexander xn xnder ¬
der corresponding corresp ndlat secretary Mr r ra M f fWinter A AWinter
Winter treasurer Mrs H K E I Hall reg ¬
istrar Mrs J E E Mulrare parlfamobtM parlfamobtMrian parlizumefltilan I
rian Mien MI Ada Garrett chaplain Mrs I
J Slaughter SIaU b
I I lnn luiunc si IMC 3I Unn ii MltMtiicr 11 lsNlng from from Home HomeJohn lionicJohn
I John L LBrrnthr Brophy Draph has ben missin mlNiUo from fromlhlS fromI
his home home H4 Bates kt 1 street northwest northwostsine northwestYQLftdA7
I sine yesterday morning aaornln and the polict 1011 1011hae pohte <
I have beet CQ askod skod to find him hi Ho is isseventynine IsMetltrnlue
lhlS I seventynine years oalS oW is lame and nd walks walkswith waJk waJkwltl walkswith
with wltl a cane caneNc caneX caneNvgrocato
Nc X Nvgrocato rocst roc to Hear JJnJIIIIJtcr JJnJIIIIJtcrSecreta Ilnlhhuiger5ecretsty Hnl linger lingerSecretary
Secretary Secreta BaiUitper U JJUtuiter
address a mas musnleel ins es esmeeting
meeting nleel lg of collred citizens this afternoon afternoonat
at 115 Zl oclock In the
interest of the
cam campaign cnmp canepaign ¬
paign p Jsn for ili 1 l4hO P to complete the branch
building of the colored Y M C A I
T Giddings C Steele Stock StockFurniture StockFurniture
Furniture and Floor Coverings CoveringsFloor
Floor Coverings Purchased PurchasedStored ¬
Refrigerators and ilndStored andBaby andStored
Stored Free Until Fall W WT1 tif B MOSES M Ifc 8T OS 1 > ES 17 < O J SONS SON T S Baby Carriages Reduced ReducedTo ReducedTo ReducedTo
To be sold at the greatest values of the yearAll year All New High Highgrade grade Stocks Furniture
for Parlor Dining Room and Bed RoomRugs Room Rugs Carpets Mattings and LinoleumGiddings Linoleum LinoleumGiddings LinoleumGiddings
Giddings Stcele retiring from business at 813 Pa Ave > have sold to us their stocks of highgrade Furniture and Carpets Rugs
Mattings and Linoleums Linoleumsaccepting accepting our offer at which
figures enable
us to offer you remarkable price inducements with the Moses Mosesguarantee Mosesguarantee Mosesguarantee
guarantee back of every article offered We can list few of the
only a very hundreds of items All new 1910 stocks A deposit depositreserves depositreserves depositreserves
reserves any article for later delivery deliveryA deliveryA deliveryA
A Few of the Many Values in Floor Coverings of Every Description
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1 Golden Oak Chiffonier 9N 4
1 Golden Oak Chiffonier a75 111 1 1I
1 Golden Oak Chltfonler Cl lfoa1er JUt 1211I
1 Natural O Chiffonier Cbl < oaler 1M i 6 6I
1 Natural 0 CMfPonler ClMft Ier lfil LII LIII
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1 Blrrh Bi r h Chiffonier 25W Kit ISiSI
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1 Golden Oak Chiffonier 2731 i 1t 1155
1 Mahogany Ia ho any Chiffonier 2201 Ut 1SeI
1 Mahogany Chiffonier 275t t 1155
1 Mahogany Chiffonier nee neet 55
1 Mahogany Ma hoan Chiffonier hl < onler J a 55 IUI
1 Walnut Chiffonier 55fl a M 2 2iI
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Mahogany Iahocan Chiffonier 4SM 55 t4 4SS
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GoMen olr1fn Oak Chiffonier ChiffonierGolden 155 II 1L
Golden Oak Chiffonier r 2t IS lotlt
Golden Oak Chiffonier 2175 1 1215
Walnut Chiffonier ISiS a 2171
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Ilitvc iKnltcd IJ nlteti Sheds ShcdnAndrew ShedlJAndlew ShedsAndrew
Andrew San Sans > an elovenyearokl Italian Italianboy Italianbo Italianboy
boy bo is locked up at the lloune Hou e of De Detention Det8ntion Dotentlon ¬
tention on a charge of arson as the re result reult resuit ¬
suit ult of a fire which damaged sheds In Inthe Inthe inthe
the roar of 1S29I133 Eighth street north northwest northWt8t northwest ¬
west to the extent ext nt of 2W SO shortly before beforei
7 oclock last night The property was wasrecently wasrecently as asr
recently r entJ purchased by b the District as a asite asite asite
site for a new school building buildingSane buildingI buildIngSane
I Sane who lives with his parents par nts at WOt WOtSeventh UXhISeventh
Seventh street northwest was a8 playing plah In Inthe Ini inthe
i the th sheds with other boys when he is issaid Issltl I IHII
said to have lighted a match and thrown thrownit I IJt
it in a can of oil The can exploded and andscattered andscattered I IaeaUercd
scattered the flames When ttromen re responded reIpoDled respeeded ¬
speeded t t the alarm the lire had spread spreadto spreadto spreadto
to the adjoining adJolnln property There was i iInsurance no noinsurance Q Qhurance <
Insurance insurancehenry
Henry lie II r AV V IltMMl Burledruneral Hurled HurledFuneral
Funeral l uneraJ services n1cM for Henry Henr Wlllard WlllardReed WillArdReed Vlllardfleed
Reed were hold yesterday afternoon aftel OOIl from fromthe fromtbe fromthe
the family home ISM S street northwest northwestiHtflrinent northwftJtInterment northwestInterment
Interment was tis in 0 Oak k HIU Cemetery CemeteryRev CemllenRev CemeteryRev
Rev Herbert Scott Smith rector of St StMargarets StMarsarets StMargarets
Margarets Episcopal Church officiated officiatedThe officiatedThe officiatedThe
The pallbearers were Clarence B Rheera RheeraAlexandor RhfemAJtxandol RheemAlexandor
Alexandor T Hensey Frederick R R Parks ParksNorman parkSNorman ParksNorman
Norman Blaster IB i J j Walsh and M lI is M MParker 11 11Parktt itParker
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i Some of the Bargains in Hiehfirade Furniture
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Mahogany Armchair 21M 1X2S
Mahogany Sofa 3000 1980 1980Mahogany JUI JUItA 1150Mahoan
Mahogany Mahoan tA ho an Rocker 2100 1 13
Annual unlln June Bnll fin II anti Clnnn Chi Gcr Gcriniiii GcrmUll 6cruitiuli
iniiii to He e Yield YieldSuperintendent HeldSupertntendent CleldSuperintendent
Superintendent Bowyer of the Naval NavalAcademy XAaJAcadem NavalAcademy
Academy Academ has brought brou ht joy to the hearts heartsof heartsof heartsor
of the brigade of midshipmen and the thenavy thenRr thenavy
navy contingent of Washington by his hisannouncement hisannouneement hisannouncement
announcement that the annual June hall halland hrdland balIand
and class lase german erman will he held at An Annapolte An8nolll Annapohis
napolte this year as In the past pastFor pastFor paMFor
For moro than two months the middies mMdiesand middiesand middiesand
and the fair se sat have heen on the anx anxious saxzest ¬
ious Iou seat because of a threatened cancel cancellation O1noellaUon cancellatlo ¬
lation latlo of this thl part of the June week fes festivities festivittea eI eIthJttes ¬
tivities following the recent silence at atthe atthe atthe
the Academy AcademyIn Academ Academl
In l Ji i an order promulgated before th thbrigade thbrl the thebrigade
brigade brl de yesterday concerning the June Juneweek Juneweek Juneweek
week programme pro rRmm the middies learned the theclass theclass theclass
class german will he held Thursday even evento eyenlugo euon11g
to lugo June 2 and the farewell ball on the
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Golden Oak Oa k Desk 21 1UO ea isis
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Fott Poslers r Siilimlttnl for ntimiiiptii ullllnu Ill Illulu IlluluSchool h hSchool hSehool
School Alumni 11111I111 Excursion ExcursionOn ExcurlllonOn 1xctirsinuiOn
On next n xt Wednesday edll morning at t the theBusiness th thBusiness theBusiness
Business High Hi h School will m be announced announcedthe announledthe announcedthe
the students students that win the prizes of K 1 1SI
53 3 and 2 offered by the Alumni Asmelation Aao Asm Associatlon
I elation for the beet posters on the an annual annu1 annual ¬
nual excursion of the association to toMarshall torba1l toMarshall
Marshall rba1l Hall en Jifne C CThe L LThe 5The
The school will to assembled at the theopening th tho theopening
opening o ning hour in the Assembly Hall and andthe andthe andthe
the awards a war li will iJI be made de to the winners winnersThe winnersThe nners nnersTh
The Th judges will be the director of draw drawIng dr drtn drulug
lug tn at the school a member mem er of the theLeague tbeI theIesgue
League I sue of American Artists the th Society Societyof Societyof
of Washington ashlngton Artists and the lh Water WaterColor WterColor Vats VatsColor
Color Club and one from rosa the Washing Washington WashlASton Washington ¬
ton Fine Arts Society Socie
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1 GeldeliOair Golden Oak Chcval CItIBUREAUS HCt HCtBTfREAHS 44 3545 3545BITRBAIJS
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1 Golden Oak Bureau 550 iO S
I Gotten ok Bureau DS I ItOoldea 155
1 tOoldea Ok Golden > lden Oak Bureau Bure n i 1505 t 105
1 Natural tural Oak Bureau isis toss JUftt
1 White Enamel Bureau JSfIIt D 1340
1 1IIa Mahogany n Buteau ButeauMaple 2454 4 t Ji 1505
Maple > Bureau BureauMaple 10 I 1305 1305Iaple
Maple Iaple Bureau BureauMaple Burt > au ate 000 JU8
Maple > Bureau 2700 OO O5 O5J 21t5I
1 Maple aple Bureau 2701 17M
1 1 Biioh Hi h Bureau u 00 1900
1 Gclden Oak Bureau BureauGolden B Btreuu2900 rfIiU If 1t 110 3
Golden Oak Bureau BureauGolden t t00 IMO UJOGold IMOGohdn I
Golden Gold > n Oak Bureau Bur au OO 1t9 69 1
Mrs Charles Chnrlt Seiljcwlrk S d hk Aikcn Ikcn En EnturtnliiK I n ntcrtn
turtnliiK tcrtn Canal ICxposlf lixlniltlnn i ii Party IartyAn Pnrt PnrtAn PartyAn
An informal reception and reunion reu lon of ofCalifornia orCalttorntana
CalifornIans California was u given n by Mrs Charles CharlesSe4swick Charldwlek CharlesSedgwlck
Se4swick wlek Aiken of San Francisco at t the theNew theNew
New Willard m rd yesterday afternoon afternoonThe afternoonThe afternoonThe
The affair was w of a semioiHcial char character claaracteron character ¬
acter acteron on behalf of the visiting vlaiU delegation delegationof delep deIeaUostof Oft Oftof
of California Ca1lformu who came here to secure securegovernment HC8IeIOVfrnment
government recognftioa for their proposed prepeaetlexposition proposedexposition prepesedexposition
exposition to be held in San Fraads FraIaetHe a la IDIttS j
Itl5 celebra celebratIng U the completion of thej the thePanama
Panama CanaL CaRalAmonc i iAmons
Among those tJaNelfHnt the e present were wereJ re reJ
J X Whit G CalifornU Victor Itor H MeK Metinif etcd K CW Callferal
feral r F W KMMhav 1IetI OiMfomic C Cahlnrsh I William Lew Lewtimtte IAwiI IAwiII Lew4tinsi
timtte Gent tUUbrak l InIes Itrfph jr sr Su rail Fnnftoeo raildIco
I ftoeo HTlHwn 1Utaa B l Crfrter temmcnto rramento mmto X F Tar Tarper Tarm TarIy
per fVttto Cal Vnama wm E E 1M ParVe > CtaMtud CtaMtudtaL oundCt Oslilandtat
tat Luther Lnt i K evans n N cai I Cal a 1 T cary KHctf KHctflander FIWdtandlr 1eijlander
lander till 8an fnadKo rvso J4 Mn lrs John C N N0IS f edh Cali California CaliIOr1lia callforsia ¬
fornia JJr Ira Samuel I I Patton t oo Waddastos W lire lireHmnr IraHntry
heavy r Cock < cd TMimcn Mr and ad till Vmton VmtonCook Yflltlftook Vivwmink
Cook ink NaHiaKtv Mii Ma Th Thisas as H Outer 1biI sad the theUHMG theWi11e8 thelines
lines Carter Cart < of 4MtLa Monti Mrs I tr I L J 1 UkMrl Wash Wwbirtton w wi11Jt01I WashirtoU
irtton lUpmeotatiw ICt jaemitatie tiw Julius Jalh K Xi > I1 a CMMemM 0IIIIIntiaraentthe Kcp Kcprcsentatiwe Xeprsaentatbe
rcsentatiwe kxcph Knowlaid c alifcrait Iiius5 DC and Dd
Mrs E K l IPeda > ifiB CaHfon Calforia > ia Mr and Mra 6 Crit Critl lltItmdtB Cdtteedes
ItmdtB l wl Marriott Washington Wat hiq1nu > Mr awl Mn Iia Low I
Jft IJT > S Ie u Krandteo ttdIeo K kjlfelUttige i > tBtati x JL Hayes HayesMd f5cl f5clsd
Md Mrs Hayes California Cal rnta and a Mr Scwfeir Uwk LswbROBBED
Clairvoyant CJnjro nllt Cnus n Anofhcri uufhcrI Ar Arrest tr trrest r rItst
rest After fhr Wnklnpr WnklnprMiddletown VnJ zzkluig lnJ lnJMicldleton
Middletown N Y V May y 14Mrs Carrie CarrieSageadorf CurieSapadorf CarritSageadorf
Sageadorf the widow of Dr William H HSagendorf Hsceodorf HSagendoef
Sagendorf clairvoyant swore out a war warrant aT aTr ¬
rant r today to y for the arrest of Dr James JamesV TAmcsY
V Turaer a palmist p lmt and clairvoyant who whotame wh wlutame
tame me to this city ity two weeks ago Mrs MrsSagendorf fIrllleJMIarC MrsSILgtndorf
Sagendorf eJMIarC allege that Dr Turner TU r put her
in a trance and forced torcH her to go to two i ibanks
banks where here she be had money moa y deposited I
i and draw tba out 1 UJU
which he utter took tookfrom too C Cfroni
from her ftwMrs beI1Irs herIrs
Mrs Irs Sace04orf had assisted ted her h r bus husband bU8band busband ¬
band ty 1 JaM his 5 clairvoyant sittings ttttn here for formany forII I r
many me II ny yoars yoerLDrpety 0lU
j I
Drapefy effects e < < bI are progressing in indressy Indreuy Ii S Sdressy
dressy eostiuuea taking the form ofj or 0 0real
real or simulated tunics long Ion full draper J i 1 1les
los panniers scarfllke folds old8 etc
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1 Golden Oak Oa l Bureau 3tOO 1100I W r I I
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Ditcctivc nt thc GoeR After Thief ThiefDetective ThiefDftectJ6 FlilefDetectIve
Detective Larry ODea left fer Clore Clorelaud CJoreland Cloralaud
I laud yesterday to arrange for or the return returnof r returnof < turn turnot
of J r Henry Aldrich to face a charge of ofhaving orhtlllS ofhavIng
having stolen > toJon a gold watch vic and chain chainand chitinfind chainand
and S 2 In cash from the th cash registerOf raslsterof register ragisterof
Of the Chop House Fourteenth and F Fstreets IfItreetl Fstreets
streets northwest where he was formerly formerlyemployed Cormerlyemployed formerlyemployed
employed employedAuto employedAnto employedtuto
Auto Crashes Into Another AnotherAn tnotlierAn nother notherAn
An automobile with William Mastin of
12 ai I street trtet northwest at the wheel col collided collided co colided ¬
lided with another automobile yesterday yesterdayafternoon yesterdayafternoon esterda esterdafternoon
afternoon in front of Lansburghs store storeTho atoreTho storeThe
Tho latter vehicle tblclo is owned by William WilliamM WilHamM VIhhlaintr
M tr Wallace of 3P2S F street northwest northwestIt north wet wetIt
It was damaged to the extent of 10 10
following evening As these th e two tw func functions functions functlons ¬
tions form the climax of C the social Ial sea season IefitSOn seasole ¬
son at the Academy It was WR with groat groatpleasure groatpl groaiplensure
pleasure pl osure and exulting exultln that the middies middieslearned mlddl mlddllearned middieslearned
learned of o Superintendent Bowycjrs Bow s len leniency lealency en enianc ¬
iency ianc in not extending the punishment punishmentfor
for the silence into June week weekUlrrnry w weeklii k kIJtrnr
Ulrrnry IJtrnr lii r ra ry Clul Ci tub > Short Tall TallA lnlkshort luulkA
A short talk meeting m Un of the Capitol CapitolHill CapitolHIli CapitolItill
Hill Literary Society Sb lety was held hel at the thehome thehome
I home of Mrs IJS Bryson 714 Twelfth street streetnortheast streetnorlholllt streetnortheast
northeast Among Amon those who participated participatedwere plrUctpatodwere partIcipatedwere
were Mrs Irl Walport aJfHrt Mrs Irs R I V Care Cart Mrs MrsBeacon ilrsneacon MrsItescon
Beacon neacon Miss IIsa Brysou Br oq Mr Ir Hunter Mr MrGordon 1lrGordon MrGordon
Gordon Mr Walport Mr E V Carr CarrCapt CarrCapt CarrCapt
Capt Hart Mr Ir Brldekamp Dr DI McKee McKeeMaJ McKeeMaj Iclec1JaJ
MaJ Lawrence and anef Mr 11 A A H Frcar FrcarA 1rearA rear rearA
A A piano duet was sa given by b Mrs Irs Froar Froarand Frauand Froarand
and Mrs h1l Carr and a trio was given lven by byMr b bMr byMr
Mr and Mrs Frenr and Mrs J Benson Bensoncjrro BCU1sonrJro BensonNegro
Negro cjrro Stnlilicd In Shoulder SItnnldcrJerry ShonI ShoulderJerry ler lerTerry
Jerry Miles l1Ios a It negro ne ro thirtyseven years yearsold yoarsold yearsold
old was as removed from Eleventh and I Istreets Jstreets Istreets
streets northwest to Emergency Hospital Hospitalyesterday HOIIpltalesterda hospitalyesterday
yesterday esterda with stab wounds in the right rightshoulder rlhtshoulder rightshoulder
shoulder and left arm inflicted with a apenknife a11enknlf aPeflk111f
penknife It is said ald al that Pearl Morris did didtho didtho diulthe
tho cutting cuttingLargest cuttingLargest cuttingLargest
Largest Morning Circulation Circula non nonJ a
Secretary Sfcrctur Of Hoim llninegotug J Koln ohJ > c Aswociu Aswociutlon tiuu0Cifllion wclu wclutton
lion Issues Neat Itooklct ItooklctJoseph lIookletTOMph Boo11etboeeph
Joseph D D Sullivan secretary tfr lary of the theIrish theIrish theIrish
Irish Home Hom Going Goin Association AJlS claUon ha has just justissued jutltIlflued justIssued
issued a booklet giving a list li t of hotels hotetein hotehiIn hotelsin
in Ireland Irt > land which have agreed 8r ecI to make makerQhfcUon a areduction a areduction
reduction of 10 per cent of their regular regularrates r reuiarrates r rrats
rates to persons pe n i hoJrthig membership m card cardin cudaiIn cardsIn
in the association associationCopies 8 assocIationCopies oclaUon oclaUonCOpias
Copies of this book are bein being distributad distributadamong dlatrlbuttcJRmOnt dstribut4damong
among members A guide JUld of the historic historiccity historleC1t historiccity
city C1t of Waterfort llterfOlJ has boost published publishedby pubhialsetby l
by b the municipality and may be obtained obtainedfree obtalhedCroe obtainedfree
free upon application to the town clerks clerksofilcp clerksoflkt eIerk eIerkol
ofilcp ol ce Waterford Ireland Many other othercitlos otMrcltlos othe othecities r
cities are issuing l ulnS ballets for the use of oftheir uflhttr o otheir f
their American cousins cousinsA eoullinA
A number of enterprising business bu lncu men menin menIn menIn
in the famous town of Kilkenny Kllkeen have haveorganized baveorrallizod hav havorganIzed e
organized the Irish Motoring 1lotortn Company Companfor y
for the purpose of enabling tourists to toaeo toto tosee
see to all Ireland In a day daynnkct daynHkct dayBas1ct
nnkct nHkct of Vegetable eJtetnhlell Stolen StolenA StolenA StolenA
A basket of vegetables valued IDfd at o owns 1twas 24t 24twns
wns stolen from the basement of the theCumberland theCumberJanc1 theCumberland
Cumberland Apartment House yesterday yesterdayIt Ye8terdaIt
It It was the property of Frank A ASweenoy ASwet ASweeney
Sweenoy Swet > no who keeps a stand In the Risrs RfsMarket I IMarket
Ltica U tica Cashier Prove Defaulter for CnrU forSI
SI 1150 U iono 1OOtttlea iono1tl8 < H Hftics >
ftics X Y 1 May 14 HJ J Howard Low Lowtry toen Lowry
try c ry the assistant cashier of th the Utica UticaCity UUaCity Uticaity
City C Ct ity National Bank who walked et of ofthat ofthat ofhat
that t hat institution three weeks age a with witha5et
a5et 359 50 in eQftIKYwIt eurency which h be had hastily hastilygrabbed bMt1Jybbed hastilygrabbed
grabbed bbed and tucked tUtk tato his pockets J at atthe attbe athe
the t he moment that t Federal bank b examiner examinerVan exaMIaerVan examinerVan
Van Frankln commenced an examination examinationof
of o f hi his books was a defaulter ta lathe the ram ramiof sumf um umoC
iof oC o f oSUi8IIt 11560 accordIng to a statement filed filedin 1t1edIn liledn
in i n the th Oneida County clerk allies this thisafternoon safternoon thisfternoon
afternoon afternoonI afternoonVice a fternoonVice
I Vice President James S S Sherman is isthe 15tbe isb
the t b first nt vice president of the httffc isrtttch isrtttchLontry wldebLowft whichLowtry
Lontry Lowft robbed robbednoyH robbedIicuys
noyH nl ShR Steal I JlHAfc Holl UnllShortly HollShortly 1l1ISbortiy
Shortly before I noon yesterday two tw negro negroboys nagroboys 0
boys 00 snatched tthed a roll of masSe mwieAo Arts from the thehand thfOhand thehand
hand of C Miss Winifred Gay Gaaer or of 1W5 1W5Thirteenth 1MTblrtftllth 05 05Thirteenth
Thirteenth street northwest The hol hoeup hoeupoocuned up upoccurred p pOfCUIJM
occurred in K street > t between Tenth and andEleventh aadvtb and1evssth
Eleventh 1evssth vtb streets northwest northwestTviinukcd northw1tKnocked nortbwEtliuouked
Knocked Do UOTn vn liy h RiinaTray RiinaTrayGeorge Rnnnw RnnnwG BunnuayQeorge
George G B Cudlipp was knocked beck down downby donby downby
by a runaway wy horse in Pennsylvania PeDD8Yh PeDD8Yheaue av avenue axenuc ¬
enue northwest JHKth at vestenla yesterday but escaped escapedwith escopedwith Jed Jedwttb
with a lacerated wt Guild > und of tn tM right arm armCudlipp armCudllpp armCudlipp
Cudlipp is seventythree fnt thref years tur old and andIJves andljvt andljves
IJves at t ii612 1 61 i4 12 0 street Ntr t northeast northeastfeevy northeAstChevy northeastChevy
Chevy feevy Chase Heights HeightsFiats IightsPJats
Fiats Ready ReadyBRANCH ReadyBRANCH ReadyBRANCH
Just South of ChDvy Ch vy Chase Circle CircleOpen CircleOpen CircleOpen
Open All Day Sunday SundayIllustrated SunlayTltutr3tM Sundayillustrated
Illustrated booklets plats platsprices p1atspric platsprices
prices pric s and full particulars on ap appHcation applicatlon ¬
plication plicationTHOS pHcationTHOS plicatlonTHOS
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