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Forecaster Moore Tired ired ofRain of ofEain
Rain and Wind WindJTOE Wind1U1 WindT1rNE
Special Bulletin Calls Ca11 Attention to toRecord toRecord
Record Heat In Arizona While WhileEtut bile bileEaat
East Last Week Was Vas Enduring Its ItsChilliest ItsObllllelit ItNClailIie8t
Chilliest Summer SurnnierThe The General GeneralConditions GeneralCondition GeneralConditions
Conditions Forecast ForecastChief ForceRtChlet ForecaltChief
Chief Forecaster Willis L I Moore of the theWeather theVeather theWeather
Weather Bureau changed the bill last lastfclght lastbight
bight from atmospheric atInos herIc drama to light lightopera lightopera lightopera
opera operaNormal operaNormal operaNormal
Normal conditions will return after a afew afew afew
few preliminary warming up showers ear early oarly early ¬
ly this week his special bulletin says saysShowers saysShowers saysShowers
Showers will continue until the middle middleof mlddlrat middleof
of the week and then no more disturb disturbances disturbances disturbances ¬
ances are booked for some time so o far faras faras faras
as the Weather Bureau can see seeHighest seeIIlghest seehighest
Highest Heat Recorded RecordedTho RecortletlTho RecordedThe
Tho past week saw the highest tem temperature tpm tpmpernturo tpmperaturo ¬
perature record At Yuma Ariz on May
31 the thermometer climbed to 120 de degrees degreos degreos ¬
greos while in th the East people were werechilled werechilled werechilled
chilled to the marrow by March winds windsFrosts windsFrosts windsFrosts
Frosts occurred in New England while whilethe wbilethe whilethe
the Southwest was enjoying enjoyingor or enduring endurln endurlntroplca1
tropical heat heatGeneral heatGeneral heatGeneral
General Weather Conditions ConditionsProf ConditionsProf
0 Prof Moores bulletin says saysMarked 5078Marked saysMarked
Marked contrasts in weather condi conditions conditions conditiona ¬
tions over the United States were record recorded recorded recordoti ¬
ed during the week ended June 5 The Theweather Theweather Theweather
weather was dry dr and unusually unusuall warm warmover warmover warmover
over the Southwestern States the Pla Plateau Plateau Plateau ¬
teau region and California until the close closeof closeof closeof
of the week when normal temperature temperatureconditions temperatureconditions temperatureconditions
conditions set in over these regions There Therewere Tborewere Therewere
were frequent showers and abnormally abnormallylow fibnormalJylow bnormaliylow
low temperatures t oval the northern die dtetripts d18tripe dietripts
tripts east of the Hock Rocky Mountains Mountainsthroughout Mountainsthroughout Mountainsthroughout
throughout the week and showers and andthunderstorms andthunderstorms andthunderstorms
thunderstorms occurred Saturday and andSunday andSunday andSunday
Sunday in the Southern outb rn States StatesPATRICK StatesPATRICK StatesPATRICK
Police Guard at Waterbury Vatcrbur Theater TheaterKnown TheaterKnown TheaterKnown
Known to Stage Folk FolkWaterbury FolkWaterburr FoiIcWaterbury
Waterbury Conn June 6 iPatrtck iPatrtckGerman 5PatriekGerman Patrick PatrickGerman
German police guard at the theaters of ofthis otthis ofthis
this city for ten years is dead at the theag theage theage
ag age of eightythree He knew kn v well all allthe allthe allthe
the former theatrical lights and his hismind hismind hismind
mind after all his years was still clear clearin clearIn clearin
in remembrance of them themWhen themWhen themWhen
When because of lost baggage b ggago Ed Edwin Edwin Edwin ¬
win Booth played Hamlet here nearly
forty years yo rs ago go In citizens clothes and andthe andthe andthe
the ghost was ludicrous in a 0 pepperand pepperandsalt pepperandsalt popperandsalt
salt suit German helped hell in the makeup makeupof
of the quaint wardrobe a rd robe borrowing a askull askull askull
skull and lending a a spade spadeGOV spadeGOV spadeGOV
Will ViiI Oppose Jeff Davis for Reelec Reelection Reelectlon Redeelion ¬
lion to Senate SenateLittle SenateLittle SenateLittle
Little Rock Ark June 5 cIt It was wa learned learnedtonight learnedtonight learnedtonight
tonight by close friends of Gov Donaghy Donaghythat Donaghytbat Donaghythat
that the governor had fully fUll made up his hismind hismind hismind
mind to oppose United States Senator SenatorJeff SenatorJet SenatorJeff
Jeff Davis for reelection reelectionThis roelectionThis reelectionThis
This increases the list of Senatorial Senatorialcandidates Senatorialcandidates Senatorialcandidates
candidates to four Senator Davis for former tormer former ¬
mer Representative Repre ntaUve S Brundldge of ofSearcy oCSearcy ofSearcy
Searcy Representative Joe T Robinson Robinsonof I Ia
of a Lonoke and Gov Donaghy DonaghyThe DonaghyThe DonaghyThe
The governor will 111 return from Fayette Fayettevlllq Fayette1I1 Fayettev1il
vlllq v1il 1I1 tomorrow James T Jjlarrod of ofLittle otLittle ofLittle
Little Rock will place GOY Donaghys Donaghysname Donaghysname Donaghysname
name before the State Democratic con convention conyeftUon conventlon ¬
vention here hr Tuesday for renomination renomlnatlonFIGHTING renominationFIGHTING renominationFIGRTINGPOR
Sprockets Slreckel Brothers DrotJu rs Go to Court Over OverShare Oe OeSlmre OverShare
Share of Estate EstateSan EHtnteSan EstateSan
San Francisco June S iFour Four Sprockets Sprocketsbrothers Sprockelsbrothers Sprocksisbrothers
brothers who ho are now arrayed in court courtthe courtthe courtthe
the elder two against the two younger youngerwill youngerUl youngerwill
will Ul soon be fighting for sugar trade on onthis onthis n nthis
this coast John D and Adolph the elder elderbrothers elderbrothers elderbrothers
brothers control the Western restern sugar re refinery refinery refinery ¬
finery which works up much of the raw rawsugar rawsugar rawsugar
sugar shipped here from Hawaii HawaiiGlaus HawallClaus HawaiiClaus
Claus A better known here as Gus I
Spreckels arrived from New York last lastnight lastnight lastnight
night He wag W very ery reticent In regard to toI
his recent shipment of SSOO tons of re ¬
I fined sugar from Yonkers to Frisco but butthose buttbose butthose
those who are on the inside say ay it means meansa me ns nsa
a bitter war for control of the lucrative lucrativesugar lucrativesugar lucrativesugar
sugar trade of California and adjacent
State Stat8IJ and Territories TerritoriesGus TerritoriesGus TerritoriesGus
Gus Spreekels has figured out there is isa Isa isa
a good profit in shipping refined sugar sugararound sugararound sugararound
around Cape Horn but the elder brothers brothersmay brothorsmay brothor brothormay
may interfere with his profits by cutting cuttingprices cuttingprices cuttingprices
prices pricesThe pricesThe pricesr
The quarrel in court between the four
r brothers is I over the sharing of 10000000
left I > ft by their mother The younger sons
Claus A and Rudolph J and the sister
Emma contended that the two elder
brothers brother should not share in this fortune fortunei
because becau their father gave them during
his hI life property propert worth worthover over 17000000 17000000AWAKES lioooOOOA l7000000AWAXES
Baltimore Man Thereupon Thert > upon Tells Po Police Pol1ee Police ¬
lice About his III Troubles TroublesBaltimore TroublesDaJUniore TroublesBaltlzriore
Baltimore June 5 iIt If August Roder of of1S83 ofISO ofls0
1S83 ISO North Broadway Is not very ver much muchmistaken muchmlstakon muchmistaken
mistaken he is If the victim of one of the themost tbemost themost
most unusual robberies that have
oc occurred occurrad occurrad ¬
currad In Baltimore
for many moons moon moonRoder
Roder vouches vouch for every word of his hisstory hisstory hisstory
story of the loss of 3TX 3 of which the
bulk formed a neat roll of bills carefully carefullystored caretullystored carefullystored
stored in his trousers pocket pocketRoder pocketRoder pocketRoder
Roder says he returned home about aboutoclock 2 2oclock 2
oclock this morning and being very
L tired threw off his clothes and crawled crawledinto crawledInto crawledInto
into his downy couch His trousers he hetossed hetO hetoased
tossed tO d on a chair he says saysWhen HS HSVhen
1 When he awoke this morning he says saysthe SRS SRSthe
L the trousers had disappeared and start starting starting startIng ¬
ing out to look for them he found ouDll them themon themon thenon
on the hall rack near the front door He Hesays HeSa5 IreI
I says the 300 was missing and the front frontdoor frontdoor frontdoor
door was partly partl open openRoder openRoder openRoder
Roder disclosed the facts to tho mom members mombers ¬
I bers of his family famll and the matter was waareported Wsareportod wasreported
reported to the police of the Northeastern Northeasterndistrict Northeasterndistrict Northeasterndistrict
district districtp
Several Racing Men Among Those ThoseInjnrctl TholeIJlJurctl Thosei
i Injured on the Monon MononChicago JlononChlaago MononChicago
Chicago June E iOne One man was killed killedand killedand killedH
and a 0 score or more injured when a aMonon aMonon aMonon
H Monon passenger train ran into a freight freightnear freightnear freightnear
near Shelby Ind about fifty miles out outof outof outof
of Chicago this afternoon The man mankilled mankilled mankilled
killed was the flagman of the freight freightwho frelgbtwho freightwho
who was standing on the main track and anddid anddid anddid
did not see the approaching passenger passengeron
l on account of a 0 dense fog fogAmong fogAmong fogAmong
Among the passengers Injured were wereseveral wereseveral i iseveral
several racing men from Louisville who whowere whowere whowere
were coming to Chicago to spend Sun Sundav Sunda Suny
dav da y with their families and friends friendsBLACKBERRY friendsBLACKBERRY friendsBLACKBERRY
For Dysentery Dyse iery and other Barrel BarrelDisorders DowelDl80rderH BowelDisorders
Disorders At this season ot the theyear theyear theyear
year bowel disorders are quite prev prevalent prevalent preyalent ¬
alent If troubled In this way use uaeToKalon ueeToKalon useToiCalOn
ToKalon Blackberry Cordial Youll Youllfind Youllfind Youllfind
find It will help very ery materially to totone totone totone
tone up the bowels and keep them In Ina Ina Ina
a a healthy condition Per bottle boHl 75c 75cHalf 75cHal 7Ccp
p Half Hal bottle 40c We deliver d ell er of ofcourse ofcourse ofI
I course Phone or write writeTOKALON writeTOKALON writeTOKAJION
L 614 14th Street N NPhone W WPhone
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Some 4Some day when I finish me collldge collldgeeducation coltld collidgeducation e eeduoatlon
education e an have half de alphabet alphabettrailln alphabettral1ln alphabetraili
trailln t raili after after me m name to prove It Im Imgoin Imgoln Inoin
goin g oin to write a a show shaw announced announcedMickey announcedMlckoy announcedMickey
Mickey Ryan last night after reading readingthe readingtbe readinghe
the t he papers papersIt vapersIt papersIt
tl It aint goln to be one of them prob problem problem probem ¬
lem l em plays dat know one one knows de answerto anSwer anSwerto answer anwero
to t o cyder he continued Much less lessshall lessshull lesshall
shall s hall I go in for de whoopln cough or ortaxicab ortaxicab oraxicab
taxicab t brand Its a comic opera dots in inme Inme inme
me nut an some day Im goln to relieve relievemeself relievemeselt relievemoself
meself of It ItNow ItNow itNow
Now dla dls comic comic opery aint Boln to be bede bede bee
de d e classic shlpwrockedonadosortialand shlpwrockedonadosortialandstuff
stuff s tuff but a real live uptodesecond uptodesecondshow uptodesecondshow uptodesecondshow
show Nlcaragoway Is de center of de deproceedings deproceedings ciaproceedings
proceedings and de everyday cver da life of de deinhabitants deInhabitants donhabitants
inhabitants i Is tie e plot Great eh eh1 Jest Jestread Jestr4ad Jestread
read de dailies an see what a chance for forfame forfame forfame
fame dere is in dramatlzln dose wireless wirelessmessages wirelessmessages wirelessmessages
Where Jlere aiurph lurh Gets In InDIs InDls InDis
DIs is de way de fun starts Seenyour SeenyourDon Seenyourn SeenyourDon
Don n Mickel lion Is rulln de country of ofNlcaragoway ofNlcaragowa ofNicaragoway
Nlcaragoway As a ruler Mick la i a aprune aprune apruno
prune so his enemies eneml fink an1 an accord accordInly accordInly accordiifly
Inly a plot Is formed to set Seenyour SeenyourDon SeenyourDon SeonyourDon
Don Jose Murphee in his place Murphs Murphsfolks Murphsfolks Murph Murphfolks
folks are do Insurgents an Mlekels are arede ared6 aredo
de regulars regularsde de answer beln hem a revolution revolutionMurph revOlutionMurph revolutionMurph
Murph musters his army outside de depalace depRlace dopalace
palace walls an says S s to him Remember RememberClaude RomemoorClaude RememberClaude
Claude yuh uh are de army flghtln for lib liberty Uberty libarty ¬
erty Go In an nail de tyrant while I Iwatch Iwatch Iwatch
watch do gate receipts Claude beln belnas belnas belaas
as true an faithful an army as ever everstarted eerstarted everstarted
started a 0 revolution salutes an starts in into Into into
to kidnap de ruler rulerBut rulorBut rulerBut
But jest as de Invadln army Is about aboutto aboutto aboutto
to enter de throne room he is set upon by b bde
de royal army who used tcr be a street streetcar streetcar streetcar
car conductor In Nyork before he hewent hewent hewont
went South The royal army sas to
Claude In his native tongue Sacra Sacramento Sacramento Sacramento ¬
mento Frisco San Juan Rodsevelt Rodscveltwhat what
de d dlwll are yea 020 tryin to pull off here hereannyhow llereannhow hereannyhow
Signal for to 1 Uprising UprisingDats Uprl8lngDats UprisingDats
Dats de signal for de uprising all allover aUoer allover
over do country Our army Is seized an anhe anhe anhe
he is held captive by de turrble MIckle MIcklede MickledE Mickledo
de Insurgent cries and issues a 0 call for forvolunteers forvolunteers forvoiutors
volunteers MIckel on de odder hand handcalls handcalls handcalI
calls calI out both de militia companies and
orders de government to give up u tijli25 325 for fornew fornew fornew
new oars for de navy Do navy hadnt hadntbeen hadntbeen hadntbeen
been repaired since sln e Mickel swiped it from fromsome tramsome fromsome
some natives who were out canoln and andde anddo anddo
do government is caught kinder una unawares unawnre3 unawates ¬
wares But ut de difficulties are soon over overcome overcome overcome ¬
come an both sides stand ready for de defray defray dofray
fray frayBoth
Both sides weigh in at 2 p m an sign signup signup signup
up de articles wid as little trouble as Jeff Jeffnn Jeffan
nn 11 de Smoke did Both understand each eachodder eachodder eachodder
odder thoroughly an agree dat de fight fightIs fightIs fightis
Is to be straight Markoe Queens rules an anfio anno ando
fio hittln in de clinches Before dls revo revolution revolution revolutton ¬
lution is over tomorrow night Ill have havesettled havesettled havesettled
settled dat old Pell street score wid you youhisses youblsses youhisses
hisses Murphee as al he backs out de door doorTie doorTeIt doorTleIt
Tie TeIt It outside outsldedat dat East Side stuff dont dontgo dontgo dontgo
go here hera answers Mickel in his politestNyork politest politestNyork politestNyork
Nyork style styJePreliminaries s stylePreliminaries e ePreliminaries
Preliminaries being over war Is on onBoth onBoth onBoth
Both sides Jockey for an oponln op nln and de defirst defirst dofirst
first hour of the revolution is tame Mur Murphee Murphee Murphee ¬
phee sits in de back room of Red Eagle EagleCafe EagleCafe I ICate
Cafe his headquarters an keeps watchln watchlnde watchlndo watchindo
do wireless machine for accounts of de delight delIght dofight
light His Hlsfl1rmy Army has already lost two fin fingers fingers fingem ¬
gers an says s sAys s he Is goln got strike If some somethin sometbln somethin
thin doesnt happen soon Murphy Is in indistress Indlstros indistress
distress an Is about to give up de fight fightwhen fightwhen fightwhen
when de wireless machine sputters out outdat outdRt outdat
dat Col Plug Wallup will arrive to aid aidyou aidYOU aidyou
you today toda
PlIers Up VI to Michel MichelMurphy lUlc11ellfurph MichelMurphy
Murphy does a handspring an gives givesa
a collldge yell Den he pikes up to toMickel toMickel toMiekel
Mickel an says Surrender Surren er or me re reinforced reInforced reinforced ¬
inforced army will cut yuh to atoms atomsMickel atomsMtckel atomsMlckol
Mickel smiles an says Whose Phosc do rein reinforcements reinforcements reinforcemente ¬
forcements Wots his name namePlug namePlug namePlug
Plug Wallup hampeen ampoen lightweight lightweightof
of de Batten Murph answers wld devil devilish devllssh levUIsh ¬
ish glee Nickel faints as he sees Visions Visionsof visionsor visionsof
of de pug cloanin up de country When Whenhe Whenho hen henbe
he comes to he turns over de govern government government governmont ¬
ment to Murph an de revolution is over overIts overIts overIts
Its an everyday occurrence dere an a adayv 0 0day adaywlthouta
day daywlthouta without a revolution is like a Fourth Fourthof Fourtbot Fourthof
of July wldout red fire fireEverything fireuEcotlng fireEveryting
Everything will rest calmy now until untilMickel untilMickel untilMickel
Mickel becomes uneasy an gets Plug
Wallup Va 11 up on his side and de show Is re repeated repeated repeated
peated Its a groat plot and will put putit putIt putit
it all over any of dose late barnyard barnyardplays barnjardplays barnyardplays
plays take it from muh concluded concludedMickey concludedMickey concludedMickey
Mickey Ryan as he wrote an excuse to tohis tohis tohis
his theatrical correspondence corr spondenee school teach teacher teachOr teachOr ¬
Or to excuse eXCUS him this afternoon so he hecould hecould hecould
could play ball I
WILLIAM E COREY Jr JrPresident JrPreSdmt JrPresident
President of the Steel Trust IUJler upper right his bbprobabte hisJ1RItMWe hisiIie
probabte iIie Meoeceur E H Gar Gary below and andAs4ra aDdAM aridAe4re
As4ra AM r Carnegie the famine steel BMcaate matYtewhole iesgtewhose BMcaatewhose
whose grip Il tip P on c the gmt t crgMiaatkm c nIiatise Uoa is BOW no be beHred 00BeTH be1I
BeTH 1I yed to W II idaxfog The impowliag > radical radicaldMBge radicaldIe radicalebee
dMBge dIe in the huge Ire eorporeUm aaq ecrporatI ati II were moored n nimorojOs ored oredCIII
08 good ood od authority aQ MlritF at the reeeet re e t meeting 1Bef ag and andelection alldeHcta aridthcthi
election in Nwr Ne York Tfc TM Keel ste men tbtta tbttaMlvtM Utem19Wkt tbsnreiree
MlvtM 19Wkt o M not make a definite statemtst 11II0It on oncoMUtioac O Oft ononItIoes
Cal Cecil Lyons Invitation Is Ac Accepted Aceeltteel Aceeited ¬
cepted Conditionally ConditionallyAustin Coudltlounll CoudltlounllA ConditionallyAustin
Austin A usttn Tex June S 8COl Col Cecil Lyon LyonTexas LyonTuns LyonTexas
Texas national Republican committeeman commltteemansaid commlttemnnsaid committeemansaid
said in regard to Col Roosevelts pro proposed proposed proposed ¬
posed visit Islt to Texas TexasHe TexasHe TexasHe
He has on ono onoieeral several occasions intimated intimatedto
to me as well as to others his desire desireto desireto desireto
to write a history of Texas for which whichhe wblchhe whichhe
he has already collected considerable considerabledata considerabledata considerabledata
data I have Invited him to be a 0 guest at atthe atthe atthe
the ranch in the Pan Handle owned by byW b bYo byW
W Yo M iL and Mrs lr8 J S Rico and myself myselfThis m myselfThis liolf liolfThis
This Invitation has been accepted con conditional conditional eonditional ¬
ditional that business engagements of ofgreater ofgreater ofgreater
greater importance do not force him to tochange tochange tochange
change his lils plans plansAs plansAs plansAs
As It Is the intention of the former formerPresident formerPrCtlldent formerPresident
President if present plans are carried carriedout carriedout carriedout
out to be in Texas prior to the fall fallcampaign fallcampaign fallcampaign
campaign I have requested that he make makea
a few speeches To this request ho h has hasacceded hasacceded hasacceded
acceded with the condition that it might mightbe mightbe mightbe
be necessary on account of the pressure pressureof
of other business to cancel this engage engageVISIT engagement engagement
Roosevelt Party Part Looks Over the theShakespearean fireShakespearean tbeSlmlcspenrenn
Shakespearean Show Places PlacesLondon PlaceKLondon PlacesLondon
London June 5 5Cot Col Roosevelt and his hisfamily hisfamily hisfamily
family are visiting Sir George Treveyan Treveyanat
at Welcombo near StratfordonAvon StratfordonAvonThey StratfordonAvonThey StratfordonAvonThey
They spent Sunday looking over the theShakespeare theShakespeare theShakespeare
Shakespeare show places which or ordinarily ordlnarl1y ordinarily ¬
dinarily are closed on Sundays but which whichtoday whichtoday whichtoday
today were especially opened for Col ColRoosevelt ColRoosevelt to1Roosevelt
Roosevelt and his party part They also alsovisited alsoslted alsovisited
visited slted the house In which lived the moth mother mother mothor ¬
er of John Harvard who wh endowed Har Harvard Harvard Haryard ¬
vard College CollegeSeveral ConogeSeeral CollegeSeveral
Several cases Cae of the specimens obtained obtainedby obtainedby obtainedby
by Col Roosevelt In Africa are stored storedIn storedin storedin
In the British Museum of Natural His History History History ¬
tory where they will remain to enableAmerican ej1ableAmerican enable pableAmerican
American scientists to compare comparo1thcm comparo1thcmwith comparethemwith them themwith
with British specimens It Itvl11 will possibly
be a year before they are sent to Amer America AmerIca Amerlea ¬
ica A selection will be made from them themfor themfor themfor
for presentation to Great Britain BritainBelieve BritainBelieve BritainBelieve
Believe They Have Wendllngv WendllngvSpecial VendllngSpecial VcndlingEgeefal
Special to The Washington WaahlnirtonHerald WaahlnirtonHeraldWheeling Herald HeraldWheeling BraidWheeling
Wheeling W Va June 5 5Xhe The police policeof polleeot policeof
of Williamson W V Va believe they have haveIn haveIn havein
In custody custod Joseph Wending the former formerJanitor formerjJnltor formerjanitor
Janitor of the Louisville church wanted wantedon
on the charge of murdering little Alma
Kellner December S ISO The Th man under underarrest underarrest underarrest
arrest Is a Frenchman and answers the
description of Wending end1lng He arrived In
Williamson a 0 short time after January
15 which was the date on which Wend ¬
ling disappeared from Louisville LouisvIlleo
o o t i > > l Li
WIf Wife lfc of Drummer Demands Dentist DentistElope DentistElope DentistElope
Elope with Her HerAlbany HerAlb JierAlbany
Albany Alb ny N Y June 5 iMm Mrs Agnes Sum Summerville Summervtlle Summorville
merville wife 1fo of Harry A Summorvllle Summorvlllei
i a drummer for a 0 drug house shot herself herselfIn herselfIn herselfin
In the office of Dr John A Hurdls a awellknown awellknown
wellknown Albany dentist today todayOn toda todaOn todayOn I
On Friday Mrs Surnmorvillo came to toAlbany toAlbany
Albany and going to Dr Hurdis office officedemanded officedemanded officedemanded I
demanded that he quit his business and andgo andgo andgo
go to New York with her Hurdls told toldher toldher
her her to go back to her husband On Satur Saturday Saturday Saturday ¬
day Mrs Summerville
returned and re renewed renewed reflowed ¬
newed her demands HUrdis 8ays snY sayslIe sayslIethreatened he hethreatened 11ethreatened
threatened to call the th police whereupon whereuponthe
the woman pulled a a revolver from her herskirt herskirt herskirt
skirt pocket and told him that she In Intended Intended intended ¬
tended to kill him himEarly himEarly himEarly
Early today Hurdls was called to his hisoffice hisoffice hisoffice
office Mrs Irs Summerville was crouching crouchingI
I near the door with still another revolver revolverconcealed revolverconcealed
j concealed In her skirt Mrs Summer Summerville Summerville Summerville ¬
ville went Into the back room while
Hurdls telephoned for the police policeHurdls poUceHurdls policeHurdis
Hurdls was still at the telephone when
he heard the revolver shot Mrs Sum Summerville Summervll1e Summerville ¬
merville had turned tho gun on herself
the bullet going through her breast
At the hospital she admitted she In ¬
tended taking her life lifeBUSINESS lifeBUSmESS lifeBUSINESS
BUSINESS MEN AT PANAMA PANAMARepresentatives PANAMARepresentatives PANAMARepresentatives
Representatives of Boards of Trade TradePleased TradePleased TradePleased
Pleased with Prospects ProspectsPanama ProspectsPanama ProspectsPanama
Panama June 5 5Thfrtynfne Thirtynine men rep ¬
resenting the boards of trade of a Southern
American cities are visiting vis lUng the Jsthmus
for the purpose of developing closer
business relations with Central America Americaand Americaand Americaand
and incidentally to see the canal works
They have visited commercial houses housescollecting housescOllecting housescollecting
collecting data and have created a fav ¬
orable impression on local merchants it
Is expected that the visit will result In Inmutual Inmutual inmutual
mutual benefit commercially The party
were extended the courtesy of a special specialcar specialcar specialcar
car when they the visited the canal canalThey canalThey canalThey
They will sail tomorrow for Jan Jose
Costa Rica ana Guatemala Guat mala City with
the object of furthering commercial in ¬
terests with those places They will re i
turn to New Orleans by way of Puerto
Barrios Barrioso
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Largest Womens Outergarment Store South of New York
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Street 11th 11thTWO 11thWe
We Court Comparison ComparisontwO
Annual sale of dresses dressesLast resses ressesLast
Last years sale of dresses which created createdsuch createdsuch createdsuch
such a furore must be fresh in your minds mindsThis mindsThis mindsThis
This one eclipses it in bargainvalue bargainvalueFor
For weeks weve been preparing for it itand and the surplu stocks stocksof stocksof stockso
of o several of New Yorks foremost makers have been secured and are areoffered areoffered areoffered
offered at prices which are really sensational for their lowness lownessOver lownessOver lownessOver
Over 1000 highgrade dresses on sale saleLingeries saleLingeries saleLingeries
Lingeries in white and all colors colorsLinens colorsLinens colorsLinens
Linens in white colors stripes and checks checksImported checksImported checksImported
Imported reps in all colors colorsGinghams colorsGinghams 0
Ginghams in all colors colorsPersian colorsPersian I
Persian Lawns and dotted Swisses SwissesAllover swissesAllover swissesAllover
Allover embroidered dresses dressesLO
10 10 LO dresses 500
15 dresses S 795 795S
S 22 dresses 1095
32 dresses 1695 16 95
55 dresses 9 2950 I
The Anticlericals at Rome Shout ShontDown ShoutDown ShoutDown
Down with the Vatican VaticanRome YntIeanRome VaticanRome
Rome June i iThe The anticlerical dem demonstration demonstration demonstration ¬
onstration planned for today by the rad radicals radIcals radicals ¬
icals Republicans and Socialists was waspostponed wasvostponed waspostponed
postponed postponedOnly vostponedi postponedOnly
i Only 300 Xi or M0 parsons ns aseomblea aseombleaat
at the meeting place plae at U the appointed appointedtime appointedtim appointedtime
time tim owing to a pouring rain mlnThose rainThose rainThose
Those who had assembled waited an anhour anhour anhour
hour and then as a their number numb did not notIncrease notIncrease notincrease
Increase they decided to postpone the Utedemonstration thedemon3tratlon thedemonstration
demonstration after which they the die dispersed dl dlrsed diepersed ¬
persed rsed drenched and shouting Down Downwith Downwltb Downwith
with the Vatican VaticanA j jA
A force of troops were kept under arms armsbut armsbut armsbut
but their services were not needed neededSCHIEY neededSCHLEY neededSCHLEY
Hoard n arel of Public Work orkH Makes Ap Appointment ApIwlntmcnt Appointinent ¬
pointment Todny at Aiuinpolia AiuinpoliaAnnapolis AUJJRIWllsAnnapolis tiiiinpolisAnnapolis
Annapolis Juno 5 iThe The board of public publicworks publicworks publicworks
works will tlJ meet to name the State tax taxcommissioner taxtommlssloner taxcommissioner
commissioner who will hold that office officefor officefor officefor
for four years ear tomorrow afternoon Be Before Before Dofore ¬
fore that board composed eompo d of the gov governor gO gOernor governor
ernor the State comptroller and the thoState theState j jState
State treasurer will come Ihs name of ofCol ofCot ofCol
Col Buchanan Schley the present comj comjmissloner com commissioner cornmissioner
missioner misslonerAgainst missionerAgainst missionerAgainst
Against the reelection of the colonel colonelis
is an array of criticisms by b the people peeplewho P peoplewho Gple Gplewho
who though they fo < Jo 3 not directly dtrecU elect electthe electtbe obectthe
the tax commissioner pay him annually annuallyJ2500
J2500 2 OO plus JSOt Set S for traveling expenses expe ses and sndlook andlook aridlook
look to him to honestly fearlessly and andactively andactively andactively
actively conduct the duties of an office officethat officethat officethat
that has to do with hundreds of millions millionsof millionsof millionsof
of dollars worth of property In Maryland Marylandproperty Marylandproperty Marlandpropert
property of the poor and the rich alike alikeCol alikeCol alikeCol
Col Schleys response to that trust dur during durIng during ¬
ing the eight years MfS that he has held office offlcehas officehas officehas
has on his own admission been a a delib deliberate dellbernte deliborate ¬
orate avoidance oldance of his office quarters in inAnnapolis InAnnapolis inAnnapolis
Annapolis for the sake of a 0 private law lawpractice lawpractlCe lawpractice
practice in Hagerstown Hager towR and a a perfunctory I
direction of his Annapolis office throug througa tnrougna
a doputy and a rubber stamp stampFor stampFor stampFor
For weeks at a time taxpayers taxpa ers that thatpay tbatpar thatpay
pay Col Ce Schley his salary have been un unable unable unable ¬
able to see s e him personally at Annapolis AnnapolisCommunications AnnapolisCommunications
Communications that have been addressed addressedto L
to him by a moderately patient and re respectful respecttul respeetful ¬
spectful public have been replied to over overa overa
a rubberstamped signature the free use useof useot uaeof
of which is employed by b the chief clerk clerkIn clerkIn clerhIn
In the habitual absence of his chief chiefMADRIZ chiefMADRIZ chiefMADRIZ
Gen Chavnrrlns Column Operating OperatingAgralnst OIerat1ngAJrnlnst OperatiupAgainst
Against Baum Ordered Back BackManagua BackManagua BuckManagua
Managua June 5fPresldent Predident Madriz Madrizhas Madrlzhas Madrhhas
has issued the following followingThe followingrhe followingThe
The report of Gon Chavarrlas defeat defeatIs
Is absolutely false For purely military militaryreasons mlHtaryreasons militaryreasons r
reasons his hi column which was operat operating operatIng ¬
ing against Rama was ordered to fall fallback Callback I
back on Muelle de Los Buyos where It Itarrived itarrived 11 t
arrived today In perfect order with all allmilitary allmilitary at atmilitary I
military stores storesOwing storesOwing storesOwing
Owing to the difficulty of transporting transportingprovisions transportingprovisIons transportiniprovisions
provisions to the troops operating at atBlueflelds atBluefields a aBluellelds
Blueflelds because of the heavy rain ralnGonv rainGtn
Gonv Con Laras and Gen Gode Godeya s columns columnswere columnswere columnwere 3
were ordered to retire on El Almedro AlmedroOur AlmedroOur AlmedroOur
Our military position is entirely advan advantageous advantllgeous advantageous ¬
tageous as results will very Cry shortly shortlyshow shortlyshow shortlishow
show If Bluefields were defended only onlyby onlyby r rby
by the revolutionists we would have cap captured captured captured ¬
tured it long ago
London June 5 5John John Clay of Chicago Chicagois
is about to undertake the mastership of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Northumberland Hunt HuntFresno HuntJreno HuntFreno
Fresno Cal June 5 5Flre Fire in the busi business busln business
ness n < ss section of this city early this morn mornIng mornIng morning
Ing caused a damage of 575000 VC000 The cause causewas causewas causewas
was undoubtedly inondiary inondiaryWilmington InoendlaryWllmlngton InndiaryWilmington
Wilmington N C June 5 6In In the ninth ninthinning ninthInning ninthInning
inning of the game between Fayette and andWilson andWilson andWilson
Wilson Pitcher Luister of Fayettevllle Fayettevlllewas
was struck on the head by a pitched ball ballHe ballHe ballHe
He may die dieLondon dieLondon dieLondon
London June 5 5Waldorf Waldorf Astor In com commemoration commemoration cornmemoration ¬
memoration of winning the One Thousand ThousandGuineas ThousandGuineas ThousandGuineas
Guineas of Newmarket has handed to tothe tothe tothe
the mayor of Maidenhead 500 for the thebenefit thebenefit thebenefit
benefit of the poor of the town townElktonMd townElktonlId townElktonMd
ElktonMd June 5 5Sutterlng Suffering with nerv nervous nervous nervous ¬
ous troubles Mrs Ida Moss aged fifty fiftyfour fiftyfour fiftyfour
four years ears wife of Philip Moss a farmer farmerresiding farmerresiding farmerresiding
residing three miles north of Elkton com committed committed cornmitted ¬
mitted suicide yesterday esterda afternoon in her herbedroom herbedroom herbedroom
bedroom by hanging herself herselfShanghai herselfShanghaI herselfShanghai
Shanghai June 5 5Chlnas Chinas first Inter International International international ¬
national exhibition opened at Nankin to today tolay today ¬
day without a hitch The rumors of prob probable probable probable ¬
able riots there proved unfounded There Therewas Therewas Therewas
was much enthusiasm the exhibition was wascrowded wascrowded wascrowded
crowded and many Chinese ladies were werepresent werepresent werepresent
present The first firs flr ticket sold for 10000 10000taels 10000taels 10000taels
taels taelsSt taelsSt taelsSt
St Petersburg June 5 51 5M M Gutchkoff Gutchkoffpresident Gutchkortpresident Gutchkoffpresident
president of the Douma has been sen sentenced sentenced seatenced ¬
tenced to a months imprisonment in a afortress a afortress afortress
fortress for his recent duel with Prince PrinceUvaroff PrinceUvarofl PrinceUvaroff
Uvaroff The prince Is to be under arrest arrestfor arrestfor arrestfor
for three weeks Unless the duelists are arepardoned arepardoned arepardoned
pardoned tlfey Uey will serve their sentences sentenceswhen sent sentenceswhen nces nceswhen
when the Douma rises for the vacation vacationaccording vacationa vacationacOording
according a < ordlng to the lenience of Russian law lawin lawIn lawIn
in some directions directionsThe directionsThe directionsThe
The Union Pacific Railroad Company Is Isconducting Isconducting isconducting
conducting extensive experiments with withthe withthe withthe
the hope of making wireless telegraphy telegraphyavailable telegraphyavaJlabte telegraphyavailable
available for the operation of trains trainso
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Capt Albert J Fair Dies at atAge atAge atAge
Age of Seventysix SeventysixPROMINENT Seven SeventysixPROMINENTON tysix tysixPROMINENT
Hart Served In Various arlous Capacities CapacitiesSince CapacitiesSince CapacitiesSince
Since Boyhood Dob Otl on Sailing Vessels Vesselsanil Vesselsniiit eaMels eaMelsnl
anil nl tl Steamboat StenmbontIoUee Police Looking Lookingfor looJdugfor Lookingfor
for Xcjfros Xegro egroa AHsallnnt AHftallnntGoernor AHftallnntGoernorDecIsion AssaIlantGovernorsDecision Governors GovernorsDecision
Decision on Wednesday WednesdayF edl1e tlny tlnyF
F CHaise Knight KRli t W Kfac K itrwrt l rett AtecwNkta AtecwNktaVe A Ae 1srai ds dsvs
Ve e is aMlMriMd agtut ai aad canto far The I1telIereki W WIngtae Wab WabinetM
inetM HenM TIle Herald mil bo cIeIIf eMrered cred dHr dHrd 4kttralld tIjr tIjrsad
sad d Swdar to a altJ y ad4r 04 is AteraMfafe Jen SOc W Wccets t tee 40aests
ccets ee ts I muttfc ua
es S Kfes KIB sutMt sutMtAlexandria S StrestAlexandria t tAloxandrla
Alexandria Aloxandrla Va June iCapt Capt Albert AlbertJ
J Fair one of the oldest and bestknown bestknownriver bestknownrIver bestknownriver
river men af this city clt died at 7 oclock oclockthis oclockthis oclockthis
this morning at his home In Wolfe Wolfestreet Wolfestreet Vo1estroot
street at the age of seventysix years yearsHis yearsHis
His death followed a lingering illness of ofa ofa ofa
a cancerous c neerOU8 affection of the face faceFuneral faceFunoml faceFuneral
Funeral services will be held at 4 4oclock 4oolock 4oclock
oclock Tuesday afternoon from his hi home homeand homeand homeand
and will be attended by members of Po Potomac Potomac Potomac ¬
tomac Lodge No 38 Order of Odd Fel Fellows Fellows Fellows ¬
lows He was one of cit f the oldest old st members membersof membersof
of the order orderCapt orderCapt orderCapt
Capt Fair was born in Brentsvllle Va VaWhen Vaben VaWhen
When ben a boy bo he was employed on sail sallIfig ooUhis sailbig
his vessels on the Potomac and after afterward afterward afterward ¬
ward on steamboats He served st > rved lir vari various various var varous ¬
ous capacities on many steamboats on onthe ontbe onthe
the Potomac and was VfJS for a number of ofyears ofyenrs ofyears
years captain of the ferryboat City of ofAlexandria ofA1exandrla ofAlexandria
Alexandria which operated between this thiscity tKselt thiscity
city elt and Washington WashingtonFor ashlngton ashlngtonFor
For a period of twenty twent years ears he was wascaptain wascaptain wascaptain
captain of the Baltimore and Ohio tug tugboat tugboat tugboat ¬
boat Brewerton which transferred the thebarge thebftrge thebarge
barge between this city clt and Shepherds ShepherdsPoint ShepberdsPoint ShepherdsPoint
Point on the opposite side of the river riverThis riverThis riverThis
This was his last active service Within Withinthe Withinthe Withinthe
the last few years owing to old age and anddeclining anddeclining anddeclining
declining health he had h d retired from ac active act1e notive ¬
tive participation in his line of business businessHe businessHe businessHe
He is survived by his wife wttcThe wifeThe wifei
i The police of this city are looking for forCharles torCharles forCharles
Charles Loudoun a negro who last lastnight laatnight lastnight
night cut Webster Churchfull another anothernegro anot anothernegro er ernegro
negro at the latters home 520 Queen Queenstreet Queenstroot Queenstreet
street streetAccording strootAccording streetAccording
According to the police there was a adispute adispute adispute
dispute earlier in the night in a saloonover saloon saloonover
over 25 2 cents c nts Loudoun followed Church Chwrchfull Charehtun Churchfull
full to his his home and slashed him over overthe overtbe overthe
the face back of the neck and hands handswith handswith handswith
with a knife He returned twice twice ItJs ItJssaid It < 1s 1ssaid s ssaid
said and at one time fired a pistol at a ahalf ahalt ahalf
half brother of Churchfull and then dir disappeared dlsappoored dirappeared ¬
appeared appearedAccording appooredAccording appearedAccording
According to a telegram received by byAttorney byAttorne byAttorney
Attorney Attorne Lewis H Machen today from fromGov fromGov fromo
Gov o Mann the latter lattl r will announce his hisdecision hisdecision
decision next Wednesday Vednesda in the case of ofCalvin otCalln ofCalvin
Calvin Johnson Richard Pines and Eu Eugene Eugene Eugene ¬
gene Dorsey Dorse negroes convicted of the themurder themurder themurder
murder of Walter Val tel F Schultz and sen ¬
tenced to be electrocuted Friday FridayAbout FridayAbout FridayAbout
About twentyfive twent the members of otPost Post F FTravelers FTravelers FTravelers
Travelers Protective Association to tonight tonight tonight ¬
night attended special services at atond Sec Second Sacond ¬
ond Presbyterian Church and heard a asermon asermon asermon
sermon by Rev Re J R Sevier pastor who whois whoIs whoIs
is also chaplain of the local post postFuneral postFunerat postFuneral
Funeral services for Mrs Mary A AWoodfleld AWooddeld i iWool1field
Woodfleld who died Thursday Thursda were ere held heldat heldat lcldat
at 3 oclock this afternoon from her herhome herhome herhome
home 218 North Fairfax street Rev RevWilliam Ro RoVlIlIam RevWilliam
William J Morton rector of Christ ChristEpiscopal ChristEplscop ChristEpiscopal
Episcopal lI Church conducted the serv services senIces services ¬
ices Interment was In Methodist Prot Protestant Protestant Pretestant ¬
estant Cemetery CemeteryThe Cemeter3The CemeteryThe
The funeral of Mrs Margaret M Rob Roberts Roberts Roberts ¬
erts wife of Frank R R Roberts will be beheld beheld beheld
held at 9 oclock tomorrow morning morningfrom morningfrom morningfrom
from St Marys Catholic Church Inter Interttient Interment Intermont
mont will be In St Marys Cemetery CemeteryBishop CemeteryBishop CemeteryBishop
Bishop Arthur S Lloyd this city citypreached citypreached citypreached
preached this morning at Christ Episco Episcopal Episcopal Episcopal ¬
pal Church Spottsylvania Court House HouseVa HouseVa HouseVa
Va and at 3 oclock this afternoon at atSt atSt atSt
St St Georges chapel that place placeEleven placeElcven placeEleven
Eleven criminal cases Will will be consid consldered considered considered
ered by b the grand jury jUr at the June term termof termof termof
of the Corporation Court which will con convene convene convene ¬
vene on the lSth A Jury will be sum summoned summoned summoned ¬
moned this week weekThe weeltThe weekThe
The Civic Improvement League will willhold willhold willhold
hold a n meeting me tlng tomorrow night in the therooms therooms therooms
rooms of the Chamber of Commerce CommercenJmshouse Comrriercawhen Commercewhoa
when the question of screening t th city city1mshouse cityalmehouse
nJmshouse will be considered consideredAt consldere4At consideredAt
At First Baptist BaptlstChurch Church this morning
Rev Re W F Watson pastor took for his hissubject blssubject hissubject
subject The witnesses At the evening eveningsenIces eveningservices eveningservices
services his subject subJ ct was The marriage marriagesupper marriagesupper marriagesupper
supper supperBeginning supperglnnlng supperBeginning
Beginning glnnlng tomorrow the annual ex examinations examinatlons ¬
aminations of pupils in the public schools schoolswill schooIwill
will be begun The closing exercises of ofthe ofthe
the schools chool will be held June June 15 17 17o 20 0
He called his counselors and said one day in London town It Itis Itis Itis
is decreed that my m poor head must wear the kingly crown An Anwhen And Andwhen Andwhen
when that crown is on my t11 brow the scepter in n my hand Ill reign reignthe reignthe reignthe
the best that I know how and guard my native land But to avoid avoida
a muss that would deface the nations fame theres one thing must mustbe mustbe mustbe
be understood this early in the game At reigning I will labor laborhard laborhard laborhard
hard as busy as a bee but you ou must keep that Austin bard from fromshooting fromshooting fromshooting
shooting songs at me A monarch cannot put up hay or make a auseful auseful auseful
useful sound if Alfred Austin springs a lay lap whenever he turns turnsround turnsround turnsround
round And so my mp lords and gentlemen you should be looking lookingsharp lookingsharp lookingsharp
sharp go confiscate that poets pen and smash his blamed old oldharp oldharp oldharp
harp A monarch bears bearsa a heavy load een when there is no bard bardif bardif bardif
if Alfred Austin writes rites an ode that rubs it in too hard hardWALT hardVALT hardWALT
WALT MASON MASONCfewrigkt lvIAsoNOcwriskt MASONtprigkt
Cfewrigkt 1910 by George G eree Matthew Iatth w Adams
and and1 2L 1 Dates for the closing of the diff dUqt dif cutrent
f rent qt schools will be fixed by b the su superintendent BUpenfttendent anperintendent ¬
perintendent perintendentThomas penfttendentTbomas
Thomas Haley a a twoyearold negro negroliving negroUvlng negroliving
living at 61i 6 North Henry Hoar street was wasrun WftSrun wasrun
run down yesterday afternoon by a aSouthern aSouthern aSouthern
Southern Railway engine and had his hisleft hisleft hisleft
left arm horribly mangled The child childwas cbildwas childwas
was taken to Alexandria Hospital where wherethe wherethe wherethe
the arm was amputated i by Dr J M MHopkins MHopkms 31Hopkins
Hopkins HopkinsA
A meeting of the general ge iral committee of ofarrangements otarraDgements ofarrangements
arrangements for the State Sfat firemens con convention convention cOnventlon ¬
vention will be held Tuesday Tuasda evening in inthe Inthe inthe
the rooms of the chamber of commerce commerceAbout commerceAbout commerceAbout
About 200 members of the Holy Name NameSociety NameSoclet NameSociety
Society Soclet of St Marys Catholic Church Churchthis Churchthis Churchthis
this morning received r elved holy communion in ina ina
a a body at the th 7 oclock mass massTEN massTEN massTEN
More Names to Be Submitted to toBaltimore toBaltimore toBaltimore
Baltimore Grand Jury JuryMen JuryJlen JuryMen
Men Already Involved In Graft GraftCharges GraftCharges GraftCharges
Charges Finn to Retaliate RetaliateIs
Is the Rumor RumorBaltimore RumorBammore RumorBaltimore
Baltimore June 5 SCharge Charge piled upon uponcharge uponchargQ uponcharge
charge today toda in connection with the theprobe theprobe theprobe
probe of accusations against members of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the city council which have been brought broughtbefore brougbtbefore broughtbefore
before Foreman Howard Cassard of the thegrand thegrand thegrand
grand jury jur by b City Clt Councilman Henry HenryL HenlJL
L Wienefeld and John Stonewall Jack Jackson Jackson Jackson ¬
son Hoaly According to a statement statementmade statementmade statementmade
made this tbI mornlpg by Mr Healy Heal five fivemore fivemore fivemore
more names of councilmen will be e given givenby givenby givenby
by him tomorrow to Foreman Foreman Cassard Cassardand Cassnrdand Cassardand
and added to the five already mentioned mentionedin
in the graft x xcharges charges chargesIn
In the meantime the five councilmen councltmen
whose names have already alread been submit submitted submitted submittedN ¬
ted tedN = N J 1 C Hoffman of the Twenty Twentyfourth Twenbfourth Twentyfourth
fourth ward John Betz Jr of the theSixth theSixth theSixth
Sixth Charles R Whiteford of the theNinth the1lnth theNinth
Ninth Bernard J Lee of the Tenth and andDr andDr andDr
Dr Joseph E Muse of the Twentyfirst Twentyfirsthave Twent Twentyfirsthave first firsthave
have not been idle There was much con conferring conferring conferring ¬
ferring among these five men today and andstatements andstatements andstatements
statements were ere made by several of them themwhich themKhleh themwhich
which would indicate that the fire of ac acsations 00satIons ccnations
sations will be returned with counter countercharges countercharges countercharges
charges of graft graftThe graftThe graftThe
The activity a UIt of Councilman WIenefeld WIenefeldon leneCeld leneCeldon
on behalf b half of the defeated Bloede electric electriclight electriclIgbt electriclight
light ordinance was the butt of serious seriousinsinuation seriousInsinuation seriousinsinuation
insinuation by at least two of the coun councilmen councilmen counciimen ¬
cilmen whom he or Mr Healy has im implicated Implicated implicated ¬
plicated while others attributed Mr MrWlenefelds MrIenefelds MrWienefelds
Wlenefelds Ienefelds remarkable accusations to a adesire adesire adesire
desire to revenge himself and his friends friendsfor friendsfor friendsfor
for a a severe defeat sustained at the thehands thebandtior thehandsof
hands bandtior of the Democratic organization in inthe Intho inthe
the last general primary campaign campaignPULL campaignPULL campaignPULL I
Volunteer Crew Mans Lifesaving LifesavingBoat IltelIalngBoat Lifesavingfloat
Boat at It Atlantic City CityAtlantic CityAtlantic CityAtlantic
Atlantic City Clt June 5 5Jumplng Jumplng Into the thegovernment thegovernmont thegovernment
government lifesaving boat C J Law Lawrence Lawronce Lawrence ¬
rence a wealthy wealth Philadelphia sugar sugarbroker sugarbroker sugarbroker
broker and former college athlete pulled pulledthe pulledthe
the stroke oar with a n volunteer crew crewwho crewwbo crewwho
who went to the rescue of the crew of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the steamer Brazoria of the Atlantic AtlanticCity AtlanticClty AtlanticCity
City Transportation Line after the thefreightladen thefreIghtladen thefreightladen
freightladen vessel Ossel had struck the Inlet Inletbar Inletbar Inletbar
bar and snapped off of her rudder rudderUnable rudderUnable rudderUnable
Unable to persuade Capt Lynch and andthe andthe andthe
the crew of the freight steamer st nler to toabandon toabandon toabandon
abandon their craft in the heavy bar barbreakers barbreakers barbreakers
breakers the volunteer rescuers hauled hauledtho hauledthe hauledthe
the life boat through the heavy seas 5e s and andsecured andsecured andsecured
secured the new government power boat boatwith boatwith boatwith
with which they the dragged the steamer steamerinto steamerInto steamerinto
into deep water where she Is now lying lyingsafely 1 lyingsafely Ing Ingsafely
safely awaiting repairs repairsThousands repairsThousands repairsThousands
Thousands of spectators on the Board Boardwalk Boardwalk Boardwalk ¬
walk cheered the volunteer crew when whenthey whenthey vlxenthey
they returned returne to the beach be ch
o 4 ro E = i ii fg
Saeiigerbuncl Trip Not lo Be BePut BePut BePut
Put Off Indefinitely IndefinitelyVIENNA IndefinitelyVIENNA IndefinitelyVIENNA
Three Hundred Members of Austrian AustrianAcademic AustrianAcademic 4ustrlnnlcademlc
Academic Society to Visit bit Wash Washington Washingtou Vaahlngton ¬
ington In Augu AugustMeeting AngruBt tUeetinJ Meetinff Ar Arranged Arranged Arranged ¬
ranged for Wednesday ednesdn by y Former FormerMembers FormerMembers
Members of German Arm
Army ArmyMein ArmyMein
J JlIen
InterfcrrJ InterfcrrJwIth
Mein Herr Jupiter Pluvius Interferrerf Interferrerfwith interferr interferrwith
with the plans of the Saengerbund whose whoseexcursion whoSexcursion whoreexcursion
excursion to Marshall Hall yesterday Y iJterday had hadto hadto hadto
to be abandoned on his account accountThere accountThere accountThere
There was a small number whom the thedownpour thedownpour thedownpour
downpour did not stop from making the thetrip thor thJtrip thortrip
trip in the hope that by by and by the theweather theweather theweather
weather would clear up But their hopes hopescame hopescame hopescame
came to naught as Instead of letting lettingup lettingup lettingup
up It poured as If the bottom had drop dropped drop dropped dropped ¬
ped out of creations water tank tankIt tankIt tankIt
It is more than likely like that the com committee committee cammittee ¬
mittee In charge will make arrangements arrangementsfor
for another excursion to be held some sometime somotime sometime
time in the near future to make up for foryesterday tOlesterda foryesterday
yesterday esterda
Will Rename In Fall FallThe FoilThe PallThe
The active section of the Saengerbund Saengerbundwhich Saengerbundwhich Saengerbundwhich
which consists of the singers has en entered entered entered ¬
tered upon its summer vacation and the theTuesday theTuesday theTuesday
Tuesday and Friday Frida evening rehearsals rehearaalshave rehearsalshave rehearsalshave
have been discontinued until fall when whenProf whenProto whenProf
Prof Helnrlch Hammer the new musical musicaldirector musicaldirector musicaldirector
director of the bund and successor of ofProf ofProf ofProf
Prof Henry Henr Xander will assume charge chargeIt
It is expected by the Saengerbund that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the Academic Singing Society of Vienna
Austria consisting of 300 members which whichIs whichIs whichis
Is scheduled to make a tour of this coun country countr country ¬
try tr some time in August will come to tothlk tothl tothis
this thl t city clt and give one or more con concerts eoncerts on oncerts ¬
certs This organization has among among its itsmembers Itsmembers ltxmembers
members a number of wellknown com composers composers cornposers ¬
posers and singers of the imperial opera operain operaIn operain
in Vienna The Saengerbund at its next nestmeeting nextmeeting nextmeeting
meeting will discuss the question of en entertaining entertalnlng entertaining ¬
tertaining the Vienna singers who will willarrive willarrive m marrho
arrive In New York August August2L August2LLatll August21Ladies 2L 2LLadles
Ladles Latll 1I Exchange Visits VisitsAbout 1lsLtsAbout hlts hltsAbout
About seventy cvent German ladles members membersof
of the Arbeiter Maennerchor Baltimore Baltimorepaid Baltimorepaid Baltimorepaid
paid a 0 visit to the ladies auxiliary of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Germanla Maennerchor of this city citywho citywho
who ho entertained them at Besslers Hall HallIn RatlIn EaliIn
In the evening they were entertained by bythe bythe bythe
the Germnnia Maennerchor President PresidentF
F W Helbig of the boat society soclet mado madoa
a short address of welcome and presided presidedat
at an informal festmahl festmahlThose festmahlThose festmahiThose
Those who in former years ears served in inthe Inl Inlthe inthe
the army of the German Emperor and andwho andwho andwho
who how ow have their domicile in this city
have ha e had a number of preliminary meet meetings m meetlags et etIngs ¬
ings to effect a permanent organization organizationA
A meeting has been called for this discus discussion discussion discusnon ¬
sion non of a constitution and bylaws and andthe andthe andthe
the election of officers Wednesday night nightlargest nightLargest nightLargest
largest Morning Circulation CirculationKIMBALL CirculationKIMBALL Circulation71K1
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