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Stirring Times Are Expected ExpectedWhen Expectedthen ExpectedWhen
When then Balloting Begins BeginsOPPOSITION BegInsOPPOSITION eg ns nsOPPOSITION
OPPOSITION ro 0 LEE M L HART HARTGenera KA1TGencnjSecretfllYfreflrer T TGe
Genera Ge GencnjSecretfllYfreflrer GencnjSecretfllYfreflrerSi1itFjght ernl ifSeeretnrjrireaanrer ecretnrytre surer to to1lake to1lake5i1trFhfht Make MakeSiiff
Siiff 5i1trFhfht iTiffht Against Dark Horse in inAlliance InAll1 IniIianccPrcaIt1cnt
Alliance All1 iIianccPrcaIt1cnt I1cerrelJldent President Barry Bnrryfor Slated Slatedfor SatCidfor
for Another nother T 1ermlJe1e ierinBelegntes ierinBelegntescome rmip lcffate ate Wel Welcome Ye Yec ¬
come c Dc First Executive ExecutiveStirring ExecutiveStirring ExecutiveStirring
Stirring times tIm s are expected tonight tonightwhen t tonightwhen nlght nlghthen
when hen the International Alliance of The TheVitrlcal Thentrloal ThetrIeal
Vitrlcal ntrloal trIeal Stage Employes convention at atthe atthe atthe
the Eagles Club begins begins balloting for of officers otficers oftlcers ¬
ficers Lee M Hartfl Hart of Chicago the gen general general gcnera ¬
eral era secretary secrotarytreasur treasurer r is slated for or de decapitatonr decapitation decapitatlon
capitation while First Vice President PresidentJohn ProsldentJohn PresidentJohn
John F Kialey Kleleyof of Oakland Cnl Js s in infor Infor inror
for a hard row rowHart rowHart I IHrt
Hart will make a stln stiffs fight for re reelection re reeJecUon reelection ¬
election but it is believed beUevedhe he will go godown godown godown
down down before b ore a dark horse The opposi opposition opposition opposition ¬
tion to Kleiey Kleley is small m ll and Is believed believedto eUQvedto e1Iovedto
to beinsplred more by some one with an anofllco anoffico anomco
ofllco bee beePopular
Popular ns a Executive ExecutivePresident ExecutivePresident ExecutivePtesident
President John J Barn of Boston has hasbean hasbeen hasbed
been bean a popular executive and unless unlessthora unlessthere unlessthere
there is Is a great slumfp slu slun P in sentiment sentiment before beforeS
8 oclock o JOQk to tonlght nlght he will ha reelected reelectedThe reelootedTbe reelootadThe
The Tbe other other members of the general ex executive executlvo cxecutivo ¬
ecutive ecutlvo board board are areSecond areSecond f fSecond
Second vice president George H Gld Glddensj Giddens
densj dens Dallas Tex tUiru1 tbIr vice president presidentP
P PJ J Ryan Montreal Canada fourth fourthvice fourthIce fourthvice
vice Ice president Charles F Schlugel In Indianapolis Indianapolis ludtaapoils ¬
dianapolis fifth vice president Charles CharlesMalloy CharlOoSInUoy CharlosiaiIoy
Malloy Butte Mont sixth vloa presi president prestdent ¬
dent Leslie Thurman Louisville Ky Kyseventh KYseenth Kyseventh
seventh vice president H B McCabe McCabePortland McCabePortland
Portland Ores OresThe Or OrThe OregThe
The delegates in session so so Ion last l st night con considered considered ¬
sidered charges against Martin Higgins Higginsof
of Youngstown Ohio the first vice Ice pres presIdont pr preaIdenLof
Idont Id IdenLof m of lat years ears general g en eral executive executiveboaJsF execu executiveboa tlve
boaJsF boa He Hets is charged with misuse of ofofflffg otom ofoth
offlffg om for hfs personal gain nln He appeared appoaredon
on the floor to combat com the charges and andearnestly andearnestfy andearncstfy
earnestly conducted eonductedHls his defense defenseFirst defenseFirst
First President Greeted Greeted GreetedThe GreetedThe
The delegates became onthysed yester yestarday yesterday
day morning when John G Williams Williamsfirst Williamsfirst
first president of the thi th Alliance was es escorted escorted ¬
corted Into the hall at the Eagles Club ClubA ClubA
A dozen doz old delegates v who had been beenwith beenwith
with Williams W 111A1J1 in th the first days da s of the theAlHanco t11 theAlllance
AlHanco overwhelmed ov rwhelm8d him with hand handshakes handahfl1ces ¬
shakes wUHe w1iil others stood on the chairs chairsand ehar chairsand
and whooijed aloud The old man was wasovercome was wasovercome
overcome over ome by the demonstration He Hemade Hemade
made a short aCdraee atitIr i6 of thanks but his hisemotion blsemotion hisI
I emotion got the better of olhlm him and ths thsfinished he hefinished btfinished
finished with tears in his eyes eyesHB eyesHe es esHe
He is eightytwo el tytwo years old and the theoldest theoldfst theoldest
oldest living propertyman in the coun country coUntry country ¬
try His work workSgeierl w wugefterall generally geierl of f a trav travel tt8Iing travel1ngnature l lIng
Ing 1ngnature nature and he h has s served In every everytown eer everytown
town of any size In the country and in inthousands Inthoutaoo inthounds
thousands of hamlets of the onanlght onanlghtstahd omtnlghtstand onenightstand
stand class For the th last six years he hehag he11a beha
hag 11a been out of otnrnt8S harness and during during the thalast thelast thelast
last twoywu tYO ea1ll has hfl4 b 1I0n n living at th thSoldier U1SolderskJ1pme the theSolders
Soldier SolderskJ1pme Hprae at Hampton H mpton Va VaIDt VaIDtJs V Hfl Hflis HeIs
is a if tTnion ttnlonteran veteran and halls from New NewYork NawYork NowYork
York pity pityResult lty ltyRelult ItyResult
Result of Ills 1l1 Efforts EffortsThe EffortThe EffortsThe
The Alliance Is the result of his work workand workand workand
and that of o a coterie of other energetic energeticlaborers energeticlaborers exergeticlaborers
laborers In the early 9 90s < rs and his h s elec election eleQtlon dee deeties ¬
ties as its first head was a tribute to his hiswork hISwork hi hiwork
work in its organization organizationWith organizationWth organizationWIth
With his half c eentur entur ntury of f services be behind be behind behind ¬
hind the th drop he has gathered in ev every every cvery ¬
ery point and feature eature of the trade and andincidentally andIncidontally andIncidentally
incidentally has a fund of stories that thatflU thatfiB thattill
flU the younger prods pros with amazement amazementand amazementand amazementand
and admiration admirationSam admirationSamDe admirationSam
Sam SamDe De Nedrey secretary of the Cerf Cerftral Cerltral Cer Certral
tral Labor Unk Union > nr sf t Washington spoke spokeat spokeat spokeat
at the morning session sessionRITES sasslonRITES sessionRITES
Old Resident and Retired Merchant Merchantto
10 Be Burled Today TodarFuneral TodayFuneral TodayFuneral
Funeral services for Bernhard Gusdorf Gusdorfone Gulidorfone Gusdorfone
one of the oldest residents in Washing Washington Washington Vashlngton ¬
ton who died Wednesday evening at his hishome hishome hishome
home home 160 Seventh street northwest northwest will willbe wUl wUlbe willbe
be held this afternoon at 230 oclock oclockat oclooka oclockat
at a t the family residence residenceTha residenceTho residenceThe
The services will be in charge of Na National Nntlonal Natlonal ¬
tlonal Lodge No No1 12 F A XA A M of ofwhich orwhich ofwhich
which Mr Gusdort was a member In Interment Inttrn16 Intermont ¬
terment t will vIll be in the Washington He Hebrew Hebrew Hebrew ¬
brew Cemetery Cometery Rev RevS Dr Louis Stern Sternof Sternof Storeof
of the Washington Hebrew HebrewCongregaUon HebrewCongregaUonand Congregation Congregationand
and fatherinlaw of the deceased will willofficiate wUlofficiate willofficiate
officiate officiateMr officiateMr officiateMr
Mr Gusdorf was seventyeight years yearsold yearsold yearsold
old and for many years a prominent prominentmerchant prominentmerchant prominentmerchant
merchant He was a member of the theOldest theOldest theOldest
Oldest Inhabitants Association AZl oclation and the theWashington theWashlngton theWashington
Washington Hebrew Congregation ConSTesatfon be besides be beFld besides ¬
sides Fld s being the oldest living member of othis ofhis ofhis
his Masonic lodge lodgeHis lod lodgeHis e eHis
His wife Mrs Charlotte Gusdorf Gus or six sixchildren sixchildren sixchildren
children Mrs H J Breslau Mrs Stern SternMaurice SternMaurlcc SternMaurice
Maurice Gusdorf Daniel V Gusdorf and andMlssos andll1sses andMisses
Misses Hanna and Alice B Gusdorf with withnine withnln withnine
nine nln grandchildren and one onogreatgrand onogreatgrandchild greatgrand greatgrandchild greatgrandchild ¬
child survive him himKENTUCKY himKENTUOKY himKTUOKY
Chief Wilkie on Trail of Clever CleverCounterfeit CleTerCounterfeit CleverCounterfeit
Counterfeit Note NoteA loteA
A 4 clever counterfeit of the 1Q1 Q1 series seriesof seriesot seriesof
of the tendollar gold certificate has made madeIts madeIts madeIts
Its appearance in Kentucky according accordingto
to John E Wilkie chief of the Secret SecretService SecretSorvlce SecretService
Service Division of the Treasury TreasuryThe TreasuryThe TreasuryThe
The note is of the 1SS2 act act with the theplate thoplate theplate
plate Iumber number 10 check letter D Df Dtt
+ tt ttI + +
f t Five pieces made to order f 1
i 5 598 598t m 98 f fValue
t Value 1200 i iBound If irh
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shrunk binding bindingmade bindthgIi
Ii ta I made m ade of Belgian Belgianf Bel1anifj
9 ifj f Linen Damask Damaskallowing flama flamaliowin
i allowing liowin 20 0t X ydk ydkLarger ydit
t + I Larger suits In Inproportion Inproportice
1 proportion oporlon Fit Fitt Fitj r rl
j l t and workman workmanilp workmanor tork torki +
or i I lip p guaranteed cuaranteedVrit r rWrite 3
2 t e ht Write Vrit or phone phone phonand +
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a i wfl t l1 call with withThe withThe +
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The Star Upholstering Co CoRoom CoS I
S j4 f Room 210 Jenifer enifer Bldg Bldg7th Bldgp
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Therg never n ver any false bottom In a peck pecko
o trouble Takes a general t tt git along alongwith alongWith alongwith
With with a veiloff wire wifeHUGHES wireHUGHES wIreHUGHES
Governor Spends Day in Hole Holeof Ro1eof Roleof
of Artful Dodger DodgerGOV
GOV qv Hughes will soon have the theArtful theArtful thoArtful
Artful Dodger Dodg r in Oliver Twist beaten beatento
to a frazzleMorning frazzleMorning frazzle frazzleMornlnsr
Morning noon and night yesterday hespent hospent he hespent
spent in dodging scores of real estateagents estateagents estate estateagents
agents waiting for Him Today he ma mahave mayhave may mayhave
have more practiceThe practiceThe practice practiceThe
The governor has a list of turnlahedresIdences furnihedresidences furnished furnishedresidences
residences for rent which hlch hJ he h procuredtore procuredTlofore procured procuredbefore
Tlofore before tore ho c came me to Washington to l looka look lookijforya Ok OkQta
ijforya Qta a hDU5CtO house to live J in next winter when whenho whtnho whenhe
ho he becomeS becomes a justice ustice of tho Supr SuprmeCourt Supreme SupremeCourt me meCourt
ilium Slum Ium on Pol1t1eMr PoliticsMr Politics PolitlciMr
Mr Hughes Hugh s hfts also spent much timedodging timedodgthg time timedodging
dodging newspaper reporters who wanted111m wanted1dm wanted wantedhim
him to talk politics He told thoso whowere whowere who whowere
were Iuck lucky enough to seo hlmthat him that henever henever he honever
never does that when wharf away from AIbfiny Alhazy Al Albany ¬
hazy He was tiS ready however to talkabout talkabout talk talkabout
about houses housesI
I may may take a house for or a year oar heoxplalned heexplained he heexplained
explained and during tha thajr time castalJout casta cast castaUout
a aUout out for a piece of property which 1 1ean Ican 1can
can buy nnd and occupy for th6r the remainderxif remainder malner malnerf
xif f my life in Washington WashingtonHe ashlngt n nIJe
He thinks Washington is a booutiulcity beautifulcity beautiful beautifulcfty
city and expects to enjoy living hereGen hereGen here hereGen
Gen Crozier Host HOlltt HostGov
t I Go Got Hughes was entertained at luncheon luncheon lunch luncheon ¬
eon at the Metropolitan Club yestbrdayby yesterday yesterdayby estordnyby
by Gen Crozier chief of ordnanoe USo US U US
So S A A The guests guests included Mr tir Butlert1lnd Butlerand Butler Butlerand
and Go Gov Hughes military aid MajCrOiiltott MaJCroesetL MaJ MaJCrosHotL
CrOiiltottLast CroesetLJet CrosHotL CrosHotLLast
Last evening Go Gov Hughes was ajJ thoGUetit theguest the theguest
guest of Mr and Mrs Butler at unner unnerat dinnerat < dinner dinnerat
at the Chevy Chase Club After the dinner dinner din dinner ¬
ner Mr and Mrs rrs Butler entertained tcfr tcfrguoet t cf cfgueat 11
gueat 6 t at a thwater party at the Belascoit BelascTALLS Belasco BelascoSSffTAEES
it itWA1ifFALLS
Elecitrlclnn at Western High School SchoolReceives SchoolIteeehes SchoolReceives
Receives Severe Injnrlea InjnrleaWhile InJurleaWhile InJarIeWhile
While engaged In placing a new electri electrical electrical electrtcaj ¬
cal connection on the third floor of the theWestern theWestern theWestern
Western High School yesterday osteroay Edward EdwardTurner EdwardTurner EdwardTurner
Turner of BiadQnsburg Ditd nsburg lost his footing footingand footingand footingand
and foil to the second floor floorHe floorHe floorHa
He was slightly stunned And was sent sentto sentto sentto
to Georgetown University Hospital He Hesustained Hesustained Hesustained
sustained several bruises bruls s s about the body bodyand bodyand bodyand
and a severe cut across the face facevWEATHEE taceI faceVEAT
u S sDept Dei Dept of Asrinlture Ani1ltureWeathu Weather Bnrrao BnrraoWashington BtmJUJWashillgtOll BunnuWas3hgtoi
Washington Thursday July 14 14 3 p p m mTee m mae rnThe
Tee ae dominating dOFl uaUng feature of weather conditions dar daring durf diuleg ¬
leg f g Tharxkr me ws thi h marktd rile in temperature temperaturefrom temperaLmeflClf tempostorefroM
from tb the Appalachians to the Reeky Mountains Mountainsthe llCMlBWnUte Momitaintthe
the temperature being 90 5 degrees er higher hlgherOTfl OTCT the thePlains thePlaloi thePlains
Plains States tsts and the Sontbem Slope Slo aad tempera temperaterra tempeoaturN tempoaturN
turN of KO degree or higher were reported from fromNvxtbsasiera fromN franNrtIsateru
Nvxtbsasiera N ena Wyoming vomt i the Dakotas and Montaaa Montaaawfctte 3tentaaawIe ontaaa ontaaawltlle
wfctte wIe it was somewhat cooler over the greater por portion porUon pertioti ¬
tion nf f the Atlantic SMbeard SMbeardShowers 81AbcGlrdSbowen SeabceuISboaers
Showers HX 1D08t4 sotI Uy thunderstorms hare prevailed in inb inthe Inth
the th b < Upper Mtesippl M1ee4e ppl Valley the southern portion portioncf
cf the Middle Atlantic tJeantlc States the South Atlantic Atlanticand Atlanticend Atlanticand
and Bait Gulf States ind nil in scattered scaUeredsect1 sections ns of ofthe efthe ofthe
the Rocky R Mountains elsewhere the weather was ITUgenerally WIlSpnenJ1J wasenerafly
generally fair fairThe fairTlae fairThe
The indications h ieaUonI are that showers will vii prevail in the thellMwlptli thefleeItsippt i iMlwisslppi
Mlwisslppi Valley aller the Upper lake region the th Ohio OhioValiey OhioYates OhioYauej
Yates the southern i onion of the Middle lddlc Atlantic AtlanticStates AtlanticfStatt1 AtlanticStates
States th the South Atlantic t1anUc and East Eao Gulf States StatesFriday StatesFrida StatesFriday
Friday Frida and irebaWy Saturday elsewhere the theweather the1IHther theYesther
weather will ill be generally lY feb ffirIt fpllIt febIt
It Till be somewhat vrarmer from the Ohio Valley ValleyaorUicMtaud Yallernorlbcutward ValleyncrthvsMward
aorUicMtaud Friday Pride rlilc It trill vU be somewhat somewhatcoder romrnbateooItr somrwhateocIer
coder in the extreme Nortlmest Friday Frilla and Baturr Baturrday 8atu 8atudsy tUZ1 tUZ1day
day dayThe
The winds along the New Et Etgland gland coast will be belight beJIgbt belight
light to moderate variable on the Middle lddle Atlantic Atlantiocoast Atlanticcoast i icoast
coast light Ilgh to moderate southerly on the South At Attantic AtkntJc AtIssUe
IssUe coast light to moderate mostly southerly en cnthe onthe j jthe
the East Gulf coast light to moderate ccmthcrly on onthe onthe onthe
the West Gulf coast moderate south to east on the thaLower theLower theLower
Lower Lakes light to moderate moderate variable becoming becomingsoutherly beromlng8OUtherr beosningaouthedy
southerly j on the Upper UpperLo1tlo taJoit5 Lake light to moderate moderaterariabte modmtoYriabt moderateyariabhi
rariabte rariabteSteamers YriabtBtl8men yariabhi8tamers
Steamers departing Friday for European ports will trilli willbaTe willhate
i have light to moderate moderatenrUble variable winds with fair fairweather fairweather fairweather
weather to the Grand Banks BanksLocnl Ba BanksLocal ks ksLoeal
Local Loeal Temperature TemperatureMidnight Temperaturelfdnht TemperaturesM1dnIght
Midnight 74 2 So a m m 73 4 a m m 72 6 a am a 72
8 a m m 75 10 a am m 7T 12 noon 81 2 p m m 84 84i B1i 14LflL
i p p LflL m m M6 556p 5 6 p In nu 65 8 8mW1cpinT1 8mW1cpinT1Maximum p 110 m mfO 80 10 p p m m 71 71Maxhnum 1tu1mum
Maximum u1mum 6 minimum 71 71Relative 11ReMUre 71Behtlee
Relative humidity8 a m m CO 2 rx p m m40 40 8 p Po m mGO m mRainfall znED
GO Rainfall RaIsfall18t 8 p p ro to totpm 8 Po p m m Q 0 Hours of m mshine sun sunabine on onine
shine ine US Per p r cent of possible IXJ6 blc sunshine 60 60Temperature BOTemperature 80Temperature
Temperature same data last year JearIaxim Maximum 67 67migimum 61miybnum 87inigimum
migimum O Or ro rorapernt11re Wtntperatiires
r iiipernlures in Other Cities CitiesTemperatHres Cltle CltleTemreraturea CitiesTemperatures
Temperatures in other dties tle tIes tcs toesther ther Uier with the thaamount theamoan theamount
amount amoan amount of rainfall for the twentyfour hours ended codedat endedat endedat
at 8 810 p m hi ro yesterday are as follows foUanI foUanl
l I Rain RainMax RainS
S Max Iax Mln Mm 8pm 8 I p m ci fall fallAsheriHe faUAsbmlle fallAsborille
AsheriHe N C 12 65 8 72 002 002Atlanta 002AUanta 002Atlanta
Atlanta Ga 83 72 73 7 7Atlantic 020 020Atlantic OJOAUantto
Atlantic City N J T8 70 72 72Blsnjarck 12Disrqank 72Bismarek
Blsnjarck N Dak lfr lGt CO 74 i4Dcsron 74BostonMAM i iBoston
Boston BostonMAM Mas as 82 63 74 74Buffalo 1tDufralo 7tBuffalo
Buffalo N Y 80 6S 4 1 78 78Chicafio 18Chicago 78ChIcago
Chicago Ill 78 CS 5 78 001 001Candnnatl 001Cincinnati 001OIncinatl
Cincinnati Ohio E6 86Cheeane 65 82 82Chejcsne 8ZCheJcsue
Chejcsne Wyo ro S2 56 55Darenpert K KDavenport MDarentJOrt
Davenport Iowa S4 65 fi5 82 2 001 001Dwjver 001DttQrer 001flsurer
Dwjver Cole COlotr 95 cro 6 0 j2 j2Des 52 t2D v vDw
Dw D Moines r lnes > Iowa I wa 82 63 75 02J 02JOalreston O Oo 051Gairestoti
Oalreston o aIrestoo Tex 85 73 62 002 002Helena 002Helena 002helena
Helena Helena Mont Mon4IndIanapolIs ront 90 O 60 81 81Indianapolis 81 81IndianApolis
Indianapolis Ind 83 6 t4 54Jackaouthle 4 S2 S2Jacksonville 82JackmrlJle
Jacksonville Fla SO 74 nKansaa = 55 55Kansas 0 0Kansas
Kansas City Mo 80 68 K 122 122Little 122Little l2Little
Little Rock Ro k Ark rlt 83 3 70 O 1 1L3 6Ls 6 6Loe
Loe Angeles Cal 72 54 eg egMarquette t8arquette tIMarquette
Marquette arquette Midi Ich 66 61 478 478Memphis 48Idexpphis 6 6fenwhia
Memphis Tsnn Tcnlt m f3 72 72New 12New j jNew
New Orleans LSu IA E8 7j5 1 B1 B1New 2iNew 4 i iNew
New York oek N T 85 ffii 3 76 76North 16North 76North
North Platte Nebr 95 63 91 91Pittsbure 91Pittbunr 94Pittsburg
Pittsbure Pa 82 ro 2 V E EPortland toPorUand 0 0PwUand
Portland Me e 62 62 6S 6PortlAnd 6SPortland i iPortland
Portland Oreg E2 511 5182 5182Salt i 82 82Salt 82Salt
Salt Lake City Utah 9i 53 62 62Bt SZ SZSt 5 5St
Bt St Iwis M JII > I 68 72 1 rzeo rzeoSe EO EOSt I I5t
St 5t Paul Minn t nn S 6ff 6 SI 84San SISan SISan
San Frandsco C 4 11 J 63 52 60 60Springaeld roBpr1n 80Spa1ngeid
Springaeld Bpr1n le1d Jll 83 63 sg 3 002 002Taccraa 002TII1tXBa 0crlTacoma
Tacoma Wash 76 74 74Toledo 14Toledo 74Toledo
Toledo Ohio 82 62 14t 74 7sVtckstauv 74Victaburg
Victaburg t Miss Mm SO 70 70tldoTable 76 OS8 OS8WdA 081JdA
WdA tldoTable tldoTable2b45riUgh Tnlilc TnlilcTodayHiga TeblllodarJUgb
TodayHiga tide Ud l 225 2 > a a in and ncr23 tnd2 253 pi p a m L 101 101ide Lo Lotide r rtide
tide 914 14 4 a a m m and 93 9It 2 v m mTOBKHTOW m mTo1rrowEigh
TOBKHTOW To To1rrowEigh High tide 312 312Am a m t tLow nd < 345 IJ p m mLow m mLow
Low tide lOiS 10 a ra m and 10 10W 7 p 1 m mCondition m mCondition inS inCod1tio
Condition of tOle iheWate iheWateSpecial tlieWatepcdai Wate WateSpecial
Special pcdai toThe WaAIpglon uhiitoD Hcnxld HcnxldHarpers Hau1dII licaiEaeper
Harpers II r rs Ferry W WI V Va Va July UPbtomao little llttltmuddy UUl littlemuddy
muddy and ShfiBandoali VKJ cuddy mndqu nd i
= k r <
1 V Vjuries
juries Tri Tries s Safebreaidng febreaking Game Gamfcbut GaiII GaiIIbut Gamebut
but Makes Failure FailureLOCKED FailureLOCKED v vLOCKED
U4lr8t Firit CltUen of O SullIvnn OSultIynna > CourtJ CourtJin Court CourtIn CourtIn
in Need N ed of o1IonclBJ Money MoneyBrealcs Breads > cak Into Goal GoalOffice ConiOffice CoalOfflee
Office and Use Uses Crowbar on JHoricy JHoricybeeper lonct Mo ey eyI
t beeper keeper but Finds Nothing NotJlln Worth WorthWhile WorthWhileSmaMbes VorthVhIJeSmfttthea
While VhIJeSmfttthea SmaBhea Safe Combination COlublnnUonoUempUng ComlIxuttionAttempung CombinationAttempting
Attempting to essay ssny the role of a safe safebreaker sarebreaker safebreaker
breaker did not riot turn out very well for forPhilip forPhilip forPhilip
Philip Hall po p n nWto gro ro yesterday yest rday i and andbecause andbecause andbecause
because because Philip wan very much of an anamateur anamateur anamateur
amateur at the burglarizing game he henow hen9w benuw
now holds down a cell at the th Fourth pre preulnct precinct peeutnet
ulnct station stationPhilip stationPhilip stationPhilip
Philip Is one o ot the first citizens t citizensOSullivans of ofOSulllvans f fOS
OSulllvans OS 1l1vans court biit b t he he goes broke brokefrom brote brotefrom brokefrom
from time to t time and usually wlnda wlndaup wlndliup windaup
up at the station house Yesterday YesterdayPhlHp Ye3terdayPhilip YesterdayPhilip
Philip could not even borrow a nickel nickelBO nickelso
BO he looked about about for easy money moneyAppealed moneyAvpealed moneyAppealed
Appealed to Philip PhilipThe r1l111pTho PhilIpThe
The sight of the big safe in the coal coaloffice coaloroce
office of Henry C Mookabee at 402 402Half 402Half 2 2Halt
Half street southwest southwe t had hadof of ofn en m ap appealed appealed tippealed ¬
pealed to Fhilv Pl so tihe he climbed over overrear the therear theI
rear fenco and tried the back door Phil PhilIp PhilIp Philip
I Ip broke tho glass reached Inside InsJdeand InsJdeandI and andattacked andattanked
attacked the safe with a = crowbar crowbarIf
I If Philip had tried the handle of the thesafe theI thesafe
I safe he would w uld have been spared all the thetrouble theI thetrouble
trouble that followed for Mockaboe had hadclosed hadclos hadclosed
I closed clos d the door but forgot to t turn the thecombination thoI thecombination
I combination combinationCombination combinationS combinationCombination
Combination Is Smashed SmashedPhilip SmashedPhilip SmashedPhilip
I S Philip never thought thought about turning the thecombination thecombination thecombination
combination and with the crowbar he hebegan hebegan hobegan
began to attempt to shatter the safe safeIn safei safeIn
In his hlsetrortB efforts ho smashed the combina combinatlqn aomblnai combinatitij
i tlqn Just Jus enough to throw throW the tb thetoIts boltsf bOI and andit andIt andIt
it was wasall all up with Philip PhilipFinally PhilipFlnnl1 PhilipFinally
Finally Flnnl1 ho looked looked about the office to toseewhatover tosee toseewhatever
seewhatover see whatev6r of value he could find but butonly butonli butonly
only onli two pairs p 11 rs of gold eyeglasses s were werein wore woreIn wereIn
in sight He made his escape ana was wasjust wasjust wasJust
just telling some of tho other residents residentsof resld ntIJ ntIJof
of the alley aUey of his his hi luck when Bicycle BicyclePoliceman Bl BloycloPoliceman le lePoliceman
Policeman Grant of the Fourth precinct precinctspotted preolnctspotted precinctspotted
spotted him It was back to the sta station station etation ¬
tion house for Philip PhilipDISMISSAL PhlUpDISMISSAL PhilipDISMISSAL
Asftiitant Paymaster PnmnKter Hnu HauglCY hey Gnllt Gnlltof GuIlty Gullbot GuIltyof >
of Embezzlement EmbezzlementAssistant EmbezzlcmentAssistant EmbezzlementAssistant
Assistant Paymaster Pa mastr > Lawrence G GHa GHaughe GHaughey
Ha Haughe sh y U S Nt N has h l been een dismissed dismissedfrom dismissedfrom dismissedfrom
from the naval sonice soniceHe sonlcelIe aoriiceJIti
He was recently ffftind guilty by by a acourtmartial acourtmartln1 acourtmartial
courtmartial of embezzling em zztJnga a sum of ofmoney ormoney ofmoney
money Intrusted to his charge while whileserving whileserving whileserving
serving as pay pl1 ay officer of the gunboat gunboatCastlne gunboatCastine gunboatCastine
Castine CastlneHo CastineHo CastineHo
Ho is a native of Indiana and entered enteredthe enteredthe enteredthe
the pay corps on January 36 1036 1036BA2TKS 1 1006BANKS 16 16BANKS
I Seek Deposits Under New Postal PostalSavings POlltuluvlng PoetaISavings
Savings uvlng Law IarBanking LawBanking i iBanking >
Banking Institutions InstltutIol1ln in all parts pnrtsot Of thje thjecountry i1i i1icountry t tcountry
country are making appHtlonjs appJIA QP to t the tfeeTreasury theTreasury e eTreasury
Treasury Posiofficd and Doparfment P rfmant of ofJustice ofJustice t tJustice
Justice to be named as depositories of ofpostal ofpostal ofpostal
postal savings bank funds under the thenew thenew thenew
new postal savings bank law lawThe lawThe lawThe
The Treasury Department yesterday yesterdayforwarded yestordayforwarded yesterdayforwarded
forwarded to the Postoffice Department Departmentthe Depnrtmentthf
the proper department to handle the thebusiness thebusiness thebusiness
business 140 letters making application applicationfor applIcationfor
for deposits depositsTWO depositsTWO depositsTWO
Drivers Try Tr to Avoid PetTentrlnns Pe etrlana at ntSeventh atSeventhStree atS
Seventh SeventhStree S vcnth Street Grossing GrossingIn
In a collision last night at Seventh StventhE and andE atU atUE
E streets northwest northw t between the automo automobile automc automcbll automobibs ¬
bile bll bibs S of Otto Brahler of 410 E street streetnorthwest flreetnorthwest streetnorthwest
northwest and JS flbrt bArt Darr of 8C6 Mary Marjland Mar Marland Maryland
land avenue northeast both machines machineswere machIneswere machineswere
were considerably damaged dam ged and one oc occupant occupant occupant ¬
cupant slightly sHghtI injured injuredBoth InjuredBoth InjuredBoth
Both drivers say the accident was un unavoidable unavoidable netavoidable ¬
avoidable In endeavoring to avoid pe pedestrians pedestrians pedestrians ¬
destrians the machines crashed Into each eachother aaanother eachother
other Ernie Brahler eighteen y years ars old oldan oldl oldlan oldan
an occupant of the Brahler car ar was wasthrown Wasthrown wasthrown
thrown to the pavement and slightly slightlybruised 511ghtJybruised slightlybruised
bruised about the face faceTRADESMEN faceTRADESMEN faceTRADESMEN
James Kelley Chosen President of ofBnlldingr otDulIdtng ofBuilding
Building Mechanics lleeJl nlcs Council CouncilAt CouncilAt CouncilAt
At the annual meeting of the Building BuildingTrades BuUdlngTrndes BuildingTrades
Trades Mechanics Council last night of officers O Oflceri orflcerg ¬
ficers were elected as follows followsJames tollowsJames followsJames
James Kelley president James Mc McDonagh 1ifc 1ifcDontigh McDonagh
Donagh first vice president Dan Mc McGulre McGuire McGuire
Guire second vice president H II D DDigney DDlgne DDigney
Digney recording secretary Walter WalterMeryman Walter1feryman WalterMeryman
Meryman financial secretary William WilliamRoberts WilliamRoberts WilliamRoberts
Roberts treasurer R R W Allen A1ten ser sergeantatarms sergeanLatarms sergeantatarrns
geantatarms W S Gilmore John Bar Barrett Barrett Barrett
rett and Thomas Breslin trustees trusteesPOLICEMEN trusteesPOLIOEMEN trusteesPOLIOEIEN
C E Smith Is Chosen Head of Local LocalAssociation LocalAssociation oeal oealASlloelntlon
Association AssociationC
C E Smith was Installed president of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Policemens Association at the annual annualmeeting annualmeeting annualmeeting
meeting in Pythian Temple last night nightFollowing nIghtFollowing nightFollowing
Following the Installation a musical musicalprogramme musicalprogramme musicalprogramme
programme was given consisting of a acornet acornet acornet
cornet solo by S Gibson vocal solo by byMiss
Miss Carrie Sollens SoU ens Lee Moxley Ambrose AmbroseDIerkens AmbroseDler AmbroseDierJens
DIerkens Dler ens and Miss Virginia Pemmons PemmonsThe PemmonsThe PemmonsThe
The other officers installed wero Otto OttoSontaff OttoSontag OttoSontag
Sontag vice president J E Thompson Thompsonrecording Thompsoni Thompsonrecording
i recording secretary W C Farquhar Parquharfinancial Farquharfinancial Farquharfinancial
financial secretary Henry Gilbert treas treasurer treasurer treasurer ¬
urer and S J Quill trustee trusteeCapital trusteerr trusteeCapital
Capital and Surplus J2300COl J2300COlTo 5100tO
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To Know now Thai Your Valuables Valuablesare Valuablesare
are safe during du your absence absenoewill absencewill ab3encewill
will add to the enjoyment of ofyour ofyour ofyour
your outing Before 1J fore leaving leavingrent leavingrent leavingrent
rent a safe deposit box in invaults invaults invaults
vaults of this company 5 5year 5year 5year
year upward upwardB7Banktagr upwardt7 iipwaraIt7flanklng
B7Banktagr t7 nnklng Dept pay palnterest palntereston Interest Intereston
on nil accounts Deposits sub ¬
feet to check checkUnion checkUnion checkUniofl
Union Trust TrustCo TrustCoWARD CoDWARD Co Cot
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I Spgeoh Stirgeoiieneia1 i jb pneral i neIa WillStudy WillStudyLocapPelidgra Will i11 Study StudyLocalPe11agi tud tudl
LocapPelidgra l tt1Pellagla a Case CaseIgnorance 9ase 9aseI CasePRYiSICIAS
i Ignorance IKn ore of Disease Jealle Makes It It Im Impossible Jmt Ijnposeihl ¬
t possible to toDegln Begin Treatment Trcatm nt fog fo a aCare ftC t tCHrCGirPe
C Care CHrCGirPe rcGlrlfI GJrPH Condition Remains Un UncrmnKeO UnebRugecl Unchanged
changed ebRugecl Though She Continue to toLose toI toLOse
I Lose I HeFlcallDoea Flesh Docs Not Know KnowTruth KnowTruthI Truth TruthIn TruthIn
I In an effort to determine whether tho thodrsad thoI thedread
I dread r l1d pellagra pel agra scourge is slowly creep creeping creepIng creepIng ¬
ing northward or if the case at the theGeorgetown theGeorgetown theGeorgetown
Georgetown University Hospital Is a amere amere a amere
mere isolated instance Surg vGen Gen Wal Walter yal yalter ya1ter
ter Wyman of the Public Health and andMarine 2lndMarine hndMarine
Marine Hospital Service today begins beginsobservations begfnsobservations beginsobservations
observations of Miss Gertrude Monsem Monsemtha Monsemthe Monsemthe
the Norwegian mission Yorker stricken strickentwo strIckentwo strickentwo
two weeks we ks ago asoGirls alWGirl agoGirls
Girls Girl Condition Unchanged UnchangedStatements Uneb UnchangedStatements nged ngedStat
Statements Stat ment3 from hospital physicians physicianslast phuloi8l1staat phyaIoIatslast
last night note no decided change in inMiss InMis inMiss
Miss Mis Monsems condition So little has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been known concerning pellagra untifre untifrecerit unutrecent unt1Irecent
cent years that the hospital authorities authoritiesare
are frank to say they do not know ex exactly exactly oxactly ¬
actly hqw to proceed to a cure or even evenan ev cyOnan n nan
an alleviajlon alleviation of the disease diseaseJust diseaseJust diseaseJust
Just what wh what t course of treatment will be befollowed betollowed befollowed
followed by the officials in the treatment treatmentot
ot MisS Monsems case is not known At Atpresent Atpresent Atpresent
present little is being don done except t give givecareful givecareful givecareful
careful attention to possible developments developmentstogether developmentstogether developmentstogether
together with proper nutrition and care careShe careShe careShe
She has not notes as yet been informed 1nformc as to tothe tothe tothe
the real nature of her sickness and wjll wjllbe wJllbe wJllbe
be kept In ignorance of it as long as pos possible pOBslbl poesible ¬
sible slbl
Secretary of Agriculture I Wilson Wilsonv WilsonHas
v i Has as a New Task TaskChief TaskChlet TaskChict
Chief bug inspector of the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States Is the latest title tltleacquhed acquired by bySecretary bySeorotary bySecretary
Secretary of Agriculture Wilson WilsonIlls WIlsonIiis WilsonIt
Ills It Is up up to the Secretary now accord accordIng accordIng
1 ing to the new bug law 11 to see that that all allinsecticides allInsctlclces allinsecticides
insecticides and fungicides and other otherbrands otherbrands otherbrands
brands of deathdealing concoctions are areup areup areup
up to the standard standardJust standardJust standardJust
Just how ho the inspection of sundry in insect in500t Insect ¬
sect powdara po powor Qrs on the market will willbe bo made madeIs madQIs
Is puzzling VUUJlng the Secretary SecretaryA
A commission Is i now investigating tho thomanner thomanner thomannor
manner of enforcing the n nw w law which whlehI wblobwent whichwent
I went into 1nt effect recently recentlyPISTOLS recentlyPISTOLS recentlyS
War Department Throws f Revolv Bevolvers Revolvj evolv evolvers
j ers Out of Service ServiceWhen ServioeYhon Serviceyhon
Yhon is i a revolver not a revolver revolverWhen rovalvorVh revolverWhen
When Vh n its a pistol pistolA pistolA l tol tolA
A ukase to thin thl effect has gone forth forthfrom forthtram forthfrom
from the Division of Militia Affairs War WarDepartment WarDepartment WarDepartment
Department DepartmentThe DepartmentThe DepartmentThe
The word pistol plst 1 says tho order orderwill orderi orderwill
i will wl11h hereafter r attilr be substituted for forword the thei
Iword i word 7e9 reyqJer revelver cr now JOw proscribed nreRrfb aa part of offtuallfyirifij Qt Qtq qfbe51nzcripiion
be51nzcripiion q fnSO 1P119P on thC thobadgeaawarded badgwar4tKl fog fOUipmUfylrit fogtul1Ib
ftuallfyirifij tul1Ib big > Inpistol Ip In pistol prajptic prajpticSo i iS fI fIS
So S no more will Handsome Harry draw drawhis drawhis drawhis
his trusty silvermounted revolver from fromhis from fromhis fromhis
his desk drawer rawer to await alt Ute coming of ofVengeful otVengeful ofVengeful
Vengeful Gus no more will peaceful and andinnocent andInnocent andInnocent
innocent citizens be mldnlghtly startled by bythe bythe bythe
the ringing crack of a revolver revolv l no more morewill morewill morewill
will Blushful Eva tuok her dainty pearl pearlhandled pellrlhllndled pearlhandled
handled revolver Into her corsage as sha shahies shGI sfl sflbios
I hies her forth to the villains room roomNever roomNvcr
I Never again againIt againIt againIt
It is truly trul f plstoltoting now nowCHINA novCHINA nowCRINA
Four Countries Submit Joint Agree Agreement AgreeD1cnt Agreesnout ¬
snout to Foreign Office OfficeWilliam ornceWUllam OfficeWilliam
William J Calhoun American n Minister Ministerat
at Pekin advised the th State Department Departmentyesterday Detmrtmentycsterday DeSartmentyesterday
yesterday that the Chinese Railroad Railroadloan Ral1roadJoan Railroadloan
loan agreement recently signed In Paris Parishas ParishaR Parishas
has been submitted to tho Chinese for foreign forelgn foreign ¬
eign office Jointly by the American Brit British BritIsh British ¬
ish French and German diplomatic rep representatives repr repreeentatlves ¬
resentatives r entatlves there thereThe thereThe thereThe
The agreement was accompanied by a arequest arequest arequest
request that It be ratified promptly Tho Tholoan Tholoan Theloan
loan will be for 30000000 of which each eachof eachor eachof
of the four governments will receive an anequal anequal anequal
equal share shareTTRTiT s1mrej s1mreHELD shareEELI
Popular Patent Medicine Are Sub Subject Subjeot Subloot ¬
loot to Liquor Tux TuxThe TaLThe ThxThe
The Commissioner of o Internal Revenue Revenueyesterday Revenueyesterday Revenueyesterday
yesterday made public a list of several severalhundred severalhundred severalhundred
hundred patent medicines popular in invarious invarious invarious
various sections of the country country and andmanufacturers andmanufacturers andmanufacturers
manufacturers of which must pay the thespecial thespecial thespecial
special tax of liquor dealers regardless regardlessof
of the fact that their preparations are areput areput areput
put up for medicinal use useThe useThe useThe
The chemists of the Internal Revenue RevenueBureau RevenueBureau RevenueBureau
Bureau have held that the preparations preparationsIn
In question are insufficiently medicated medicatedand ledlcntcd ledlcntcdand rredicatedand
and therefore liable to bo used as bev beverages be beerages beverages ¬
erages in places where the sale of whiskyand whiskyand whisky whiskyand
and other intoxicants is prohibited prohibitedPLACES prohibitedPLACES prohibitedPLACES
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after 1130 II 30and and no alterations will be made
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Then scatter seeds of oflcindnessI kindness I heard a pilgrim sing and andthen andthep andthee
then with human blindness he scattered fp tother her thing He scat scattered scatter1d scatterd ¬
tered seeds of sorrow complaining at his lot and they will grow growtomorrow growtomo growtomorrow
tomorrow tomo ow and nd thrive where he has wrought How Ho often of ten we have havesent haveenJ havesent
sent enJ ft itfroni it from thoughtless tho ghtlcss lips that song 1 And if we we only meant it ittwould ittwould ittwould
twould help the world along We drone a noble anthem into the theweeping theweeping theweeping
weeping night we learn our hymns and chant them as cultured culturedparrots culturedparrots culturedparrots
parrots might we deal in stately phrases and heed not what they theymean theyme theyS theymean
S mean me n We e roam through wordy mazes and prize things for their theirsheen theirsheen theirsheen
sheen we dish up truth in thimbles and an platitudes in mass and ando andall andall
all is tinkli1g o cY1J1Vals and all is sounding brass In careless words wordswe wordswe
we riot and anti life would ouId be less sore if tongues would but be quiet quietand quietand quietS
S and let the heart say more WAIT VAI MASON MASONCfcprright 71ASONCov1r1ibt MASoNCopyright
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No 37 3Clnrencc Clarence F Xorment XormentSuch NormentSuch NorntenfSuch
Such aru the varied hobbles of Clarence ClarenceP
P Normont that the most prolific of ofwriters orwrlteri ofwriteri
writers would feel tee 1 himself called upon uponto uponto uponto
to exert his greatest resourceful talent in indescribing Indeserlblng indescribing
describing them For besides literature literatureart literatureart literatureart
art golf tennis theater theat parties and anddivers anddlors gnddivers
divers other amusements Mr Nqrment Nqrmentspends Nqrment5pends Nqymentspends
spends many manyhgurs many hours Jn the study of offlnanca offinanc offlnanc
flnanca and t ban > an anktng > tng to him ne n qt tho thomost tho1t themost
most 1t ost Instructive ffistrucCttf fiistructivanct and Interesting Int restng of pas pastimes PStimes PUtimes ¬
times timesReal t tReal e eReal
Real estate conditions are also of ab absorbing ab absorbing absorhing ¬
sorbing interest Into t to Mr Norment but butto butto butto
to do him Justice It is only fair to say saythat laythat saythat
that he is what the world knows as an
allaround sportsman for he is as much mucha
a yachtsman aa a fan aa much muchcrltlquo a acritique acritique
critique as a fiend fiendPoetry fiendPoctr fiendPoetry
Poetry Poctr is said to enter paramountly into intoMr IntoMr IntoMr
Mr Norments life but to 5CahIm dur during durIng during ¬
ing his working hours all hustle hust Ie and andbustle andbustlo andbustle
bustle one is led to bellece beJle e that his hisInspirations hisulnsplratIons hisInspiratIons
Inspirations have vanished and that thathis thathis thathis
his um muses es have sought oblivion oblIvionper oblIvionperhaps per perhaps r rhaps ¬
haps to return In those hours o of bliss blissful blissful blissful ¬
ful rest restTo restTo restTo
To be absolutely candid probably his hismost blsmGllt hIsmost
most pleasant hobby is i tho counting sav saving savIng saytug ¬
ing and spending of money but this is ismore Ismore Ismore
more a proclivity ability and habit than thana
a pastime
To let lelone letOne One Presidents special waiting waitingroom waitingroom
room Apply Union Station StationThe StationThe StationThe
The big room of the station wthlc wthlcIt whic whicIt ICi ICiit
It was intended should shield the Execu Executive EecutlV ExcutWo ¬
tWo tlV In his tl numerous num roustltUngJ fittings to tQ and andfrom andfrom andfrom
from the Capital pending train depar departures departures epar epartures ¬
tures and arrivals has pegged out out What Whatwas Whatwas Whatwas
was planned to be one of the most Im Important Important important ¬
portant gathering places In the city for forhurried torhurried forhurried
hurried conferences with the President Presidentis
is a nonentity nonentityUsed nonentityUsed nonentityUsed
Used by Roosevelt RooseveltRoosevelt RooseveltRooscyelt RooseveltRoosevelt
Roosevelt while President made use useof usoot useof
of the Executive Boom three or four fourtimes t fburtimes ur urtimes
times but not since the colonel who whoonly whoonly whoonly
only a few WmlnuteI minutes before had been pro promoted promoted promoted ¬
moted to private citizenship made his hisnotable 1ts 1tsnotabla 11enotable
notable getaway on March 4 1903 has hasanything hasanthlng hasanything
anything approaching appro chlng a Chief Executive Executivedarkened Exe Executivedarkened < tlve tlvedarkened
darkened brightened or graced the lorn lorngreatness lorngreatness loingreatness
greatness of tho spacious chamber chamberPresident chamberPresident chamberPresident
President Taft oft dodges the room room with withalmost withalmost withalmost
almost premeditated Intent Not once oncehns oncehns oncehns
hns his auto drawn near the entrance of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the room on the east ast side of the sta station statlon station ¬
tion and It Is somewhat doubtful whether whetherhe whetherhe whetherhe
he even knows of Its existence existenceAlways existenceAlways existenceAlways
Always his hl auto plunges up to either eitherthe eitherthe eitherthe
the regular automobile driveway on the theopposite theopposite theopposite
opposite aide of the station or the thefront thefront thefront
front colonnade entrance Then he hemarches hemarches hemarches
marches grandly and smilingly through throughthe throughthe
the waiting room to the train trainDISTEICT trainDISTRICT trainDISTRICT
Citizens Association As oclatlon President Sees SecoDanger See SeeDanger SeesDanger
Danger in Kail uIl Coffers CoffersThere CofferfllThere CoffersThere
There is danger of the District getting gettingtoo gettingtoo gettingtoo
too much money In Its coffers accord accordIng accordIng according
Ing to Thomas W Smith president of ofthe otthe ofthe
the East Washington Citizens Associa Association Association Association ¬
tion He thinks the problem Is not notwhether notwhether notwhether
whether whether the District can obtain suf sufficient suftlclent sufficient ¬
ficient funds to meet its needs but butwhether butwhether butwhether
whether it can levy assessments that thatwill t that thatwill at atwill
will not Increase the cltys cItY revenue be beyond beyond beyond ¬
yond its actual ctual deinands deinandsMr demands demandsMr deittandsMr
Mr Smith Smlt l said yesterday that the mu municipal munlolpal muydcipai ¬
nicipal government could not be too toocareful toocareful toocareful
careful regarding Its scheme of assess assessment a8sessment assessment ¬
ment mentThere mentThere
There Is danger 9f having too much muchmoney muchrt1on ranchinonel
money rt1on In the treasury treasuryhe he declared declaredaccording declaredflaccqrdlhg declaredaecordilig
flaccqrdlhg according to our present triennial as assessment assessment assessment ¬
sessment scheme The time will come comewhen comewhen comewhen
when the money from taxable proper properties properties roper roperties ¬
ties will be In excess of the citys moiety moietyof moietyof moietyof
of the capitals expense expenseIt expenseIt perise periseIt
It might not be a good thing be con continued continued cantinued ¬
tinued to have more money at ones onesdisposal onesdisposal onesdiSPOStl
disposal than what is needed to meet our ourshare ourshar ourshare
share shar of the e cityff expenses exp nses as Con Congress Conts Copgese ¬
gress ts might get an Idea that we should shouldbear shouldbear shouldbear
bear the entire burden lfden That would not notbe notbe notbe
be a good Hhltisreven tthlng thl igf C Y On n though we could coulddo coulddo coulddo
do It as thevfUluteof th the future tuteof of this city lies in inthe Inthe inthe
the Interest Inter St that thaiihe tha the whole ho1e people feel in inits InIts inIts
its welfare welfareFD1T welfarertrN
Employee EmployesQf of the Navy Yard will enter entertain entertain entertam ¬
tain tam 600 poor oor children chlldr n and their parents parentson parentson
on on the annual excursion to Chesapeake ChesapeakeBeach ChesajeakeBeach ChesapeakeBeach
Beach todayAU today todayAll todayAll
All sorts of good things have been pro provided provided ro roVlped ¬
vided for the children who will be select selected celected
ed by the Asoclated Charities Bathing BathingI Bathingathletic
I athletic sports and andal1 all other amusements amusem amummentsor
1 of the beach b Mh will be open OP l1tO to th Ilttte Iltttevisitors llt lltylsltoflr littleys1tore
visitors ylsltoflr
ISO 50 5OCiothSuit Cloth Suits Ifr y AC ACsold
sold tip to Jj 57 S y3 95 +
3250 3250i U j
i 50 50 Cloth Suits S iJs in in all colors colorsland colorsand colorsand
land and aU fabrics of pf which the thecloth thecloth thecloth
cloth cost more
Never a thought gives he to the marble marblewalled marblew marblewalled
walled w lled spaciousness ixmc10usness behind the restau restaurant restaurant rcstaurant ¬
rant rant shrinking within Itself Usel at its dcso dcsolateness lesolateness desolateness <
lateness latenessGone latenessGone latenessGone
Gone are those magnificent dreams of ofsplendor otsplendor ofsplendor
splendor and regal ceremonies escorting escortingthe escortin escortinthe escortingthe
the ruler to the wide country beyond beyondand beyondand beyondand
and eagerly awaiting and welcoming his hisroyal hisr01al hisroyal
royal arrival Gone Gone too the dreams of ofhurried othurried ofhurried
hurried momentous conferences between betweenthe betweenthe betweenthe
the ruler and his lieutenants lieutenantsSentiment lieutenantsSentIment lieutenantsSentiment
Sentiment of Employee EmployesNone EmvlorNone EmployeeNone
None too too poor tQ do It homage omage s the thesentiment thesentiment thesentiment
sentiment of the employee about the thestation thestation thestation
station stationIts stationIts station stationIts
Its nothing more than th n a big empty emptyhall emptyhaU emptyhail
hall declared one oneYes oneYes oneYes
Yes put in another and It hasnt hasnteven hasnteon hasnteven
even a chair or stool < a 3 weary Executive EsecuUvecoud Executivecould
could rest upon uponTfie uponT1ie uponThe
The crowning rebuke though came camefrom camefrom
from the first speaker speakerJust s speakerJust aker
Just notice there Whats the Presi President Presldant President ¬
dent goln to do when he wants a sand sandwich sandwlch ¬
wich and a mug of coffee Hes right rightback rightback
back of the lunchroom but he hasnt a aBide aside
side door to the kitchen 1tltchen and hed have haveto haveto
to hike out here across the waiting waiting plat platform platform ¬
form and then into the lunchroom Thats Thatsnice Thatspice Thatsnice
nice for a President President Isnt it itThe ItThe
The glory dream of the big vacant vacantvoid vacantvoid
void is truly one with Nineveh and andVETEEANS and1Te andTyro
Spanish War Vnr Soldiers S ldler1l Celebrate the theFall theFall theFall
Fall o of Santiago SantiagoFourteen SantiagoFourt SantiagoFourteen
Fourteen Fourt en hundred persons 1 went to Mar Marshall Marshall Marshall ¬
shall Hall yesterday y sterdllyatternoon afternoon for the theSpanish theSpanish theSpanish
Spanish War Veterans celebration celebJt1on of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the surrender surreneer of Santiago SantiagoImmediately SantiagoImmediately SantiagoImmediately
Immediately after the arrival of the thefirst theflrst thefirst
first afternoon boat the athletic events eventswere eventswere eventswere
were conducted by C Mony Earl Smith Smithson Smithson Smithson
son and an C A King of the A AA A U Uand Uand Uand
and resulted as follows followsOnehundredyard followsOnehundredrard followsOnehundredyed
Onehundredyard dash open for alii aliiflrst aU aUfirst allfirst
first prize Carroll second prize Britt Brlttson Brittson Brittson
son Fiftyyard dash for ladies first nrstprize firstprize firstprize
prize Miss Platz second prize 1 r1zel Miss MissSlater MissSlater MissSiater
Slater Onehundredyard Onehundred rd dash for forSpanish torSpanish forSpanish
Spanish War Veterans first prize Brltt Brlttson BrlttOni Britteon
son Oni second prlze Scott Potato P tato race racefor racelor racefor
for boys first prize Deeters second secondprize secondprize secondprize
prize Dodge Egg race for girls under underfourteen underfourteen underfourteen
fourteen first prize Miss Eberly sec second second seeond ¬
ond prize Miss Nagersett Threelegged Threeleggedrace
race first prize Jones and Brlttson Br1 tson sec second second seeond ¬
ond prize Slater and Platz PlatzChristian Platzwmmm PlatsII
wmmm mtuu = enmUtmmg
B I ChristianXi ChristjanXanders ChristjanXandersLDSTOCKRYE Christian Xanders derSft jj jjLD
ti OLDSTOCKRYE 1 One of 18 standards tacdard unsurpassed unsurpassedfa n
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mumumuummmuu mumumuummmuuEDUCATION
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Classical tdeiHific de Urtccommmal commercial courses ton de dep de deKrtft tierises
p rises wnfemd fentd tlcnreiilent healthy lcaltb Jccatioo jt1n jt1nbulJdIri1 Out flc4milldlrss
milldlrss exteBrire Etounds AtWrttov Gym XiJIllraMum QymratJura Gymnashua
nashua track field itrimnbg pool J l Splendid Splendidtralnioz SplCOcUdtmn1ni SplendidtraIning
traIning for young men Terms moderate Qua tkia1c21zr5
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175 Dresses Dresseslingeries iJthat
that sold up fIJ J fl3 98 S
to to12 J12 J12lingeries e elingeries
lingeries linens 1in ns ginghams ginghamsin
in all colors colorsanq and fancy fabrics rics
of directors of the American Nation National Bank of
Washington held July U 1310 the follows fono ZlS resolu u ¬
tions were unanimously adopted adoptedWhCTWs adoptedWhereas
Whereas It baa pleased pI the great Creator to it n nmore n nmore itmore
more from this life our esteemed friend and fellow fellowI
director the Ut l late t J WWUey WhfU Hwrro n who bj his
kindly tineD manner high character and the zeal and
I fidelity fideJjbcnr crer manifested In In the discharge of hU
duties as director and secretary Of g the bank bank greatly creatlyendared greatlyendeared
endeared himself blm lf to ui all and commanded oar high iishRjwl highregard
regard and admiration therefore be it
BtfolTed That Thatn in his
djath tfiii bank has 8u t
WIled the loss of a most nluable and effldent dficlentcere o3 o3eer o otee
tee cere who wbou M a director and AIlcl1attedT latterly u secretary TO TOuntiring 1IUuntJrin wasuntiring
untiring untJrin in Ms effort to promote the welfare of
this institution institutionTbt InstltutionTb institutlonTlrst
Tb Tbt t this board hereby tenders h his family ramDllta it its sin sincere Qncere sin051e ¬
cere sympathy In their sore bereavement and nd that thataa thatu thatLa
aa a further mark of our esteem and respect we at ¬
tend his funeral funmlin in a body and I
4That That a copy of these < resolutions luUons fee o forwarded to
his family published in the daily t lly newspaper and b9 b9gpread bapmd heupon
gpread upon the records of this bank bankNOTICE banklOTICE bankOT1CE
seaond regular quarterly dividend of H4JJ 1 has
been declared on the capital atocSc ato of the Wash ¬
ington l iton Loan and Trust Company Comr < 1T payable parab ADO06T
1 1S10 when ch chtd5 k for auch dlttdead dl mU ill b9 b9naiHd bomaid bezusilal
maid to all stockholders of registered n tend addresa
The T boob of the Oompanr will be dosed far the
transfer of stock from July Jub3 23 1910 to August 1
1310 both dates indciireu StodOioidm Sto who bare bATer barechanged f
changed their eddresses t ldo since dt dateof t > of last diridend diridendwill dirl dieldendwill
will pleas notify the Company Compaub131S
fr15 31ss HARRY G MBESf Treasurer TreasarerDELICIOUS TrtasmerDELICIOUS TreasurerDELICIOUS
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Our Typewriter Letters through throughthe throughthe throughthe
the mails will bring you larger re returns returns returns
turns than any other medium Call Calland Calland Calland
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This Is the Time TimeKhen Timelfhen Timeyhen
Khen confectioner and druggists need plenty plentyofFREEZIKG P1ent1of plentyofFPEEZING
Were prepared to supply the demand demandlrith with withdrrendible I IbIeEQOds Idewudable
RUSSELLOn July 13 1910 to Mr = and andMd andMrs P PMrs
Mrs Wltl H RUSSELL IyattsY1lle IyattsY1lleMd HyattsvilleMd
Md a son
BURRTJSS BURRUSSOn On Wednesday July 13 13 1910 1910at 1910at 1910at
at 407 p m ELIZABETH the be beloved belo beloved ¬
loved lo d daughter of Mrs Mary Burruss BurrussPrice BurrussPrice BurrussPrice
Price and sister of Mrs rrs Mary MaryE MaryEOgle E EOgle
1 Ogle Mrs Irs Josephine Kenny Mrs MrsMollfe MrsMoUe MrsMolhfe
Mollfe MoUe B Hall Mrs Anna Gordon Gordonand Gordonand Gordonand
and Miss Fannie Lt L Burruss BurrussFuneral BurrussFuneral BurruasFuneral
Funeral Saturday July 16 at 2 j p > m mfrom mfrom retfrom
from her mothers residence 1S28 1S28Eighteenth 1S28 1S28Eighteenth 1823Eighteenth
Eighteenth street Interment at Har Harmony Harmony Earmony ¬
mony Cemetery Fredericksburg and andPlttsburgr andPtttsburg andPittsburg
Plttsburgr papers please copy copyMULHAILOn copyMULHALLOn e eMULHALLOn
MULHALLOn Tuesday July 12 1 1910 at
1155 p rru in SADIE C beloved wlfaot wlfaotUTllllam wife of ofWilliam ofWilliam
William B B Mulhall and daughter of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the late Martin and Sarah ODea ODeaFuneral ODeaFun ODeaFuneral
Funeral Fun < ral from her late residence 237 1C 1Cstreet Iestreet ICStreet
street northeast Friday July 15 15 at atS30 atS30
S30 a a m thence to St St Aloysius AloysiusChurch AloysiusChurch AloyslusChurch
Church where high requiem mass masswill masswUl masswill
will be sung at 9 oclock for the re repose repose repose ¬
pose of her soul Relatives and andfriends andi andfriends
i friends invited invitedROBEY InvitedROREY invitedROBEYSud6enly
ROBEY ROBEYSud6enly Suddenly Sud enh on Tuesday July 12 121D10 l
1D10 ERNEST W V ROBEY beloved belovedson belovedson belovedson
son of Sarah E and the late Richard RichardT
T Robey
Funeral from Padgetts Padget s funeral parlors parJori30
730 Eleventh street southeast Friday S SJuly
July 15 at 11 a m Interment pri private Friate private ¬
vate ate
who departed this life one year ear ago agotoday aE ago agotoday
today July 15 1910 1910BY 1910BY 1910BY
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