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RIVALS BIG BI BALL BALLPenIlsylvania BALLPeiiiisylvaiiia
Pennsylvania Avenue Lined Linedat Linedat Linedat
at II Elks E1L ks Parade ParadeTACK ParadeJACK ParadeAoK
iromljica romfHea to Conic Sunday and Will WillReceive IVIIIReceive VIII VIIIRecelvc
Receive n x Welcome VelcomeDnnec Dance Dedi Dcdlanted Dediented Dedicated
anted to Him n aJi Hero of Reno and andOthor andOtbor andOthor
Othor Dl DllltlnJulHbed tlnCulNhcd Men Ien Arc Hon Honored 1I0norcd lionorod ¬
ored Similarly SlmUnrlCrowd CroivdSeca Secs Seo Parade Phratlecolored Phraele PhraeleColored ParadeColored
colored Elks Elk numbering moro than thanthousand Lh Lhthouiand a athouand
thousand marched marc ed Mid danced yesterday yesterdaythe 7tifterdathe yterdirthe
the parade In Pennsylvania avenue a inuo nue in inthe inthe Inthe
the afternoon aad ad t Uae Ui gnuid rsd ttrtl at Con Contention ConmUon Conention ¬
tention mUon hall last night being bIn the big bI fee features i itures feetures ¬
tures of the convention which began Mon Monday Monday Mondy ¬
day for1 os a week weekJack weekJack
Jack Johnsoa Johnao wan consplCBously absent absentHe abientHe
He sent word he could not get away awayfrom awayfrtlm
from his theatrical engagement in Now NowYork NowYork
York but would come Sunday and ADdrKeption a Wg Wgreception bigriteption
reception awaits him then thenThounumlH thenTboullflndH thenThounndN
ThounumlH Soe Parade ParadePennsylvania ParadePennslvant ParadePenneylvanla
Pennsylvania avenue was thronged M Mboth oa10th
both sides from the Treasury Treasur Building
to the Capitol durfeg dur the th parade psrsdd which whichstarted whtcltatarted wtscbatrteI
started at S oclock odo k Five bends ware wareki W WIlL WI WIIn
ki line beside bMld many carriages Ctrl1aa and au automoMles automohlles antomohliee
tomoMles The parade started from True TrueReformers Truetormers TrueRttorzner
Reformers tormers Hall at Twelfth and and U Ustreets Ueets Uareet3
streets areet3 eets with Grand Exalted Ruler J B BMills
Mills as marshal marshalIt marahaJIt
It was headed by a dozen oen mounted mountedpolicemen mountepolicemen mounte4lpolicemen
policemen It moved to Fifteenth street streetto itreEto treetto
to the strains of Any Little Girl Thats Thatsa
a Nire NI Little Girl proceeded to Penn Pennsylvania Poanqlnnta Penneylvanla ¬
sylvania avenue a u and turned toward the theCapitol theCapitol theCspftol
Capitol It broke up there aftec att pictures pictureswere ptctu ptctuwrreo pictureswere
were taken takenCrowd takenCrnwe
Crowd ut DIg Hall HallA IInllA HaIlA
A bawl 0014 ot forty tort pieces pltte welcomed we me < the thecrowds th therod thcrowds
crowds at the grand bail which began beganat batt
a at t 9 oclock with the grand march under underthe uncIertht underthe
the direction of E E Basjtey Each Eachdtnce Eachdance Echdnce
dance was dedicated to a a prominent Elk Elkor Elkor Elkor
or woman That dedicated to Johnson Johnsonstyled Jobnaoft8tIfd Johnsonatii
styled him as a th the hero of o Reno There Therewere Tb Threwere re reftre
were about fifteen dances on the pro programme propomme progrnmme ¬
gramme which hlcb lasted until after mid midnight midnlfht mMnlht ¬
Welcomed eIcomcel to Wanliinfcton WanliinfctonThe Vnhln VnithinrtonTh ton tonThe
The Th convention was called Call to order at
11 oclock yesterday moraine mom inK by Grand GrandExalted GrandExalttd grandExalted
Exalted Ruler W r E Atkins Atkin Dr William WilliamTlndall wUUamTindall WilliamTindall
Tindall welcomed the visiting brothers brot to toWashington toWIlhington toWhLngton
Washington on behalf of the Commie Commissioners Comm Commelol1rB CommiesIOflerL ¬
sioners sionersRalph elol1rBRalph sIOflerLRalph
Ralph Tyler TYI r Auditor udltor of o the Navy De Department De DertmeIU ¬
partment welcomed wele meod them on behalf of ofthe ofthe ofthc
the colord color5d citizens and Judge n H HTerrell HTrreJl IITerrell
Terrell of 0 the Municipal Court added a afew ate1 afew
few appropriate remarks remarl i s on behalf of lo local local o ocal ¬
cal colored Elks J Frank Wheaton re responded re reIpInded repinded ¬
sponded TV W T Vernon Register Recl ter of the theTreasury theTrbslury theTrasury
Treasury Depart Department lll1t also delivered an anaddress 11addrflIIlI anaddri
address addressThe addrflIIlIThe addriThe
The committee cOtnmltt that arranged the ball balllast ballIlUt ballbutt
last night follows toLIow Moses Mf ee H Dade John JohnT JohnT
T Rhine James Jarne Brown William H HWiker HWlikerElphoqto HWiker
WlikerElphoqto Wiker Elphono Freerran H E York YorkJohn YorkJOhn XorkJohn
John H Lee LHEIIJah Elijah Coleman WtHnrr WtHnrrflihard Wturhhardq t rhard
flihard hhardq hard William Robinson Robin Solomon SolomonDile SolomonDp SolomonDlE
Dile Elijah Turner Turn lOr George Thomas ThomasXrlson Thoma ThomasYtQn
Xrlson Ntl on Jonee JoneeWAR J JcnccWM > nell nellWAR
Fifth Division of Atlantic Fleet Will V1il V1ilFour llJ llJTour j
Tour ainiuc Waters TaterTh Tater fttcrsThf j
Th Thf > fifth division of th tM Atlantic fleet fleetconsisting fteetconllhnlng 1101conuleting
consisting of the th armored cruisers Ten Tettr T TrM TenCIP
r rM CIP F rr Montana and North Carolina Carolinawil Caroll Carollwlli Carolinawl1
wil wlli leave Hampton Roads n on August 14 14next 14De 14nect
next De t for a cruise along the Maine aIne coast coastvisiting coastvisiting t tvl81tlnc
visiting Ear ar Harbor Ellsworth Jllawortb Rockland Rocklandand RoetJaDdaDd Rocklandand
and Portland PortlandThe PortlandThe PortlandThe
The division dlvl lon will proceed thence to toNewport toNfwport toNivport
Newport arriving about August QUSt 3ft After Aftertar Aftertargt I Itarget
target tar Pt practice on the Southern drill drillgrounds drmunde drillgrounds
grounds unde off Hampton Roa Roads aDd mine
and I torpedo o practice In Cape Cod Bay Baythe Baytbt Baythe
the cruisers crulr nJ will proceed to New York Yorkto Yorkto Yorkto
to allow the men shore liberty libertyVeteran Ubertctrun libertyYeterait
Veteran ctrun Dies nit In Poverty PovertyJohn PecrtyJohn PovertyJohn
John O 4 Nell a veteran seventyflva seventyflvayenrs 88eDtJftV8yeMs seventyflyyenrs
yenrs old 14 of eK 01 Kenyon street north northwest northst northwst ¬
west st died yesterday afternoon Nell was wastaken waataken wastaken
taken sick only a short time ago but butAWing NtWlnl batowing
AWing to reduced circumstances cI he could couldnet couMurn 1 1DOt
net an arrfd > rd a physician physicianCoroner ph71lclanCoroner physicianCoroner
Coroner Nevttt was notified said an gave ve a acertificate acertiftcate acertificate
certificate of death from heart faUurt faUurtARMY rauunARMY faUur faUurARMYAND
Army Arm Orders OrdersThe OreIerllTht OrdersThe
The foOowiwr change in the te MslsasMiiU at oatan oatanof I Iof
of the Ooart beat Artillery ors ar STe re mdaed mdaedCast ardIIedqt ouduedest
Cast est OLAKEXCS CLUtZ LAL CI 1C It COXDOX ro DOf major PbatwaaScouta III IIIfcou Pbatwaa PbIlIsiduseout
Scouta fcou eout is relieved from awajmnent to the Ufch
Comianjr CoIn aad plated cd on u th tile iii a < gi d Mat
Pint Lteat U PIERRE PIRR V K1BFFXR aow attached attachedto au auto sus id idto
to th the Fiftrfifta Company la Mrigned to that thatcompany UIatromaDY tbs tbseooupsn7
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torttim kietn before the t Nan War far1IId JvBego JvBegoMi iel3eoIend
Iend Mi 1IId d Lteot CYXU8 It BTMHaT U S L A Arctirwl t tItiltd Arctired
rctirwl to s relieved fma nsa duty at t Mount lOUD ouct TaJ Taattlpto TaJplu ThseIr
plu r pto Military Academy San Rated CaL L sad aadwill L Lirtl
will proceed t to hfo horn bonae
The Tb lear of absence abe henKofor eimoted 1 Pint Lieut
FREDERICK GOEDSCK GOED QOwgcls Seventeenth In In ¬
fantry hnt i ia further extended os amrth iwuth8scnd
trenth Infantry te 1 designate M tpecM dlabvre d1d
ioff 10 < aunt of th 1M pay pi departSMBt M for Fort Dl De
Alaska rettering mine Fit n Thst Uatn 80LOHOX 8OLOlOP II
VTSST vT Sixteenth Sh h Infantry
Pint Lieu WILLIAM B GRAHAM Twettktlt
Infantry fc II reU rdMtft c < i from duty at Foci F Iwren Iwrenworth Ja Losenicrth
worth mh Kan and IlK will proceed to 5aa Sa QDUMteeo jssca
Capt FRED E Eo BUCHAX BtJrHA Sixth Caiahy amhy k M >
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I Paynaatcra Cleric J REAY appointed apoofnt l a armY parnact pameINs
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is I s r t fold it once OC an 11 put it In your yourpocket Your Yourpocket
pocket p ocket Once One in a long time you find findenough findenouh findnough
enough e ralatitfns rolati na on speakln terms t thold thold
hold h old a a family reunion
J r Henry Smythe jr of Philadel Phfladeliphia Philadelphia Philadelphia
phia Enthuses EnthusesAlthonKli EnthusesAltbough
AlthonKli A but Twentyfour Year YcurmOld YearOld
Old lie I lilt Red Hot Wire ire at atNational atlntlonal
National Conventions CoiiventionaA
A cheerer chMr of national fame tam is in the thecity thedty I Idl
city dl today re registered at the New ew Wtt Wttls Willard Wftp
ls lard I rd He 1s 1 J p
> Bent Smiths Jr of ofPhlldelphla ofPhiladelphia ot otPhiladelphia
Philadelphia who has ha been a great blip balpto blipto belito
to the Republican party in placing Tafl Tafland TattaDd Tafiand
and Roosevelt 1n the Presidential chair chairHe ch1rH4
He H is only twentyfour years of age ageand se sealad e eand
and is fairly babbling bubbIln over with anthu anthusla 8I1UtI1IIIMIn enthndesnt
sla IIIMIn m for the outcome oaM of the present presenta IK preesnio Hllt HlltG
a 0 P Congressional campaign in alt altparts aUpar at atparts
parts par of the country countryHe eoJAUTHe
He was dabbed aabtd the Grand Old Barty BartyMegaphone lrtyMepphone Iart r
Megaphone Alan Ia at the convention oonven oa which whichnominated whlcbnomlnkted whicinominated I
nominated Roosevelt for a second term termImmediately tormIInmedt termImmediately
Immediately IInmedt after the nomination of ofRoosevelt ornooeevctlt 0 0Roosevelt
Roosevelt and IUMlFalrb8nlu1 Fairbanks he rushed to toth tothfl It Itth
thfl th front of the platfrom and waving wavinga WILln WILlnbt
a big jUoerlcan AJ flag cried Three cheers cheersfor e ors orstor
for the President Pteel ent and Vice President PresidentWhen Pre PresidsutWhen taent taentwhoa
When I get enthused at one of o thoee thoeebig thoeeb thomI
big b party conventions Mid ld Mr tr Smythe Smythelast Smytbet I
I last t nfehSK1 I J just t cannot keep quiet It Itcomes Itnatural Ii Iicomes
comes Jusr 1 as s natural for me to be bemotel a arooter arooter
rooter as it It does for most people to toeat It
eat 1 I cannot say y what it was that thatmade UULtmacle thaimade t
made me dash to the front in the Roose Roosevelt Rooevet flns ¬
velt vet nomination convention and cry for forcheers torcheers foi r
cheers Something S took hold of me and andfairly JAGfairly aMI I
fairly Irly pushed ma forward There was wasno wuno I
no resisting it It They have dubbed me methe metbe zn znthe I
the tbe Grand Old Party Megaphone Man Manand > Manand A Aand
and I am rather proud of it itIn ItIn It ItIn
In the Roosevelt campaign he origi originated on onnaled ortginoted ¬
noted the march cry of RooseTslt RooseTsltRoosevelt IOQITatyelt
Roosevelt yelt and has been of inmtvsJrta inmtvsJrtaaid In Inaid InvslOablft I
aid to the party pArty in arousing enthusiasm enthusiasmwherever entbutdasmwlMrenr enthusinaswherever ft
wherever it was needed neededWhen neededWhen
When Tuft WM nominated in Chicago Chicagoin Ch1cogIn C
in IN 1 iI Satythe led the delegation t1on in inThree InT1Jr1e Ii IiThree
Three cheeflB for Tuft and Sherman Shermanand SlerJIMLaDd Slwrzaanafl4
and was to some extent a help In nomi nominating Mmlnatlnlt nomimating ¬
mating them themDuring themDurin
During Durin the last Republican Presidential Presidentialcampaign PrwldenUaIcampalP I
campaign the young man made many manyspeeches maDYspeecbetl man manipeches F
speeches la New York for the G O P PHe PHe P
He received the thanks tbaD of Congressman CongressmanBennet ConpnsmanBennet CongrossmLBennet r
Bennet who had charge of the Republi Republican RIIIIbUean fispablican ¬
can speakers bureau in that State StateAfter StateMter
After the campaigns mpIgni Smythe entered the theUniversity theUnlvenlty tb e
University of Pennsylvania Penn ylvanta where he Mtook hetook Ii Iitook S
took a course in finance and adminis administration me metrallon ¬
tration The young man i is a firm believer believerin beU beUin bellovein C
in a college education and thinks the themoney themoney tb tbmoney
money be put therein a good investment
McPherson Is Charged with withPocketpicking withP witIiPocketpicking
Pocketpicking PocketpickingAfter P oc 1 e t pi cld 11 g gAfter
After a a desperate attempt to escape escapefrom 9 CIlperom ecapefront
from the Lansing Laa Mich police last lastSaturday lastSatwday
Saturday during dur1n which he h was chased for formore forJDOIe formore
more than a mile by a crowd J J Mc McPharsoa c cPhon
Pharsoa who Jumped his ball bond In Inthis tnth inthis
this th city recently on a charge ebAre of picking pickingpockets ptekfhg ptekfhgpoeketl
pockets on a street ear inns d ra brought to toWashington toWaahlngtvn tolVaehingtun
Washington last night lght handcuffed to toDetective toDeteeUn toDetective
Detective Burlingame BurlingameWhen Barltng BarltngW1Icn BnrlingamWhen
When it wu learned here that Mc McPherson 1CPherMn MCPherson
Pherson had been seen in Lansing the thepolted thepollct thepolicO
polted there were notified and they theywatched thftwatched theywatched
watched tho postoffice where it wag wagthought waathought wasthought
thought ha would go for his maiL He Heappeared Heappeared Heappeared
appeared in time at the tb general g8 8lat delivery deliverywindow dellvarywtndo deliverywindow
window wtndo and was placed in custody custodyTrip4 custodyTrips custodyTrIpl
Trips Captor and Bscnpcs BscnpcsMcPherson BllcnpellJtcPherIOSt flicapesMcPherson
McPherson though < h small and emaci emaciated omac1ated otnaciated ¬
ated tripped his captor on their way to tothe tothe tothe
the city prison prl on and nd bolted for liberty libertyThe Ilbort IlbortThe libertyThe
The officer pursued and was Joined by byJare a alarge aiaxe
large crowd and through the crowded crowdedsection crow crowdedsection ted tedaectton <
section Of the th city the fugitive was fol followed to1lowe followed ¬
lowed l fifteen blocks from the poitofllco poitofllcobefore poetofficebef0t8 poOtofficobefore
before he was overtaken overtakenThe o oyertnkenThe < crt kcn kcnThe
The Washington police poU wer w z notified notifiedand noUftedand notifiedend
and Detective Burlingame was s sont ont to toLansing toOn toLansing
Lansing LansingOn LansingOn
On his h return last night he locked Jocked1be Jocked1beprlloner lockodtheprisoner the theprieoner
prisoner up at the First precinct whore wttarehe wlforohe whorehe
he is held for trial trialDIAMOND triaLDIAMOND trlLDIAMOND
Valuable Ring of T GrcRhnm Aot AotStolen XotStolen ot otStolen
Stolen on Pullmnn PullmnnInstead PullmnnteAd PullmanThstend
Instead teAd of being stolen in a Southern SouthernPullman SouthernPullman Southernluliman
Pullman car as was supposed the thQdiAmond 6iO 6iOdlnond 00 00diamond
diamond ring belonging to t T Grosham Groshama
a wellknown w nknown Richmond RIchmond business man manwas manVtU manwas
was found several seve mornings ago go in a apaya apayyOutmter apayasyouenter
paya payyOutmter youcnter car by T Matthias MatthiasThe lIatUduThe MatthlasThe
The ring rln which hleh has caused csised 88d Mr Ores Oresham Gresham Oresham
ham so much anxiety anxl wag v n4s s found lying lyingon lyingon lng lngon
on tho floor of the car by Mr Ir Matthias Matthiaswho MatthllUlwho Mtthliwho
who took It to a jeweler to have hav a Value valuaplaced Valueplaced nlua nluaplacd
placed on It It as ho to failed to s see < o any anyadvertisement anyadverUsomont anyadvertisement
advertisement of It in the daily papers papersMr papersMr yapersMr
Mr Grwhara has been b8 n notified and will willarrive w1l1arrlvo willarrive
arrive In Washington today todayMatthias toc1ayMatthias todayMatthlas
Matthias told Maj Sylvester SYlv lter ster chief of ofpolice otP01lCo ofpolice
police that he had found the ring In a acar acar acar
car which runs from tho hotel district to tothe tothe tothe
the Union Station StationKiilghtH StaflonCnlgbtll StailonlCuiglitsi
KiilghtH Hold Initiation InitiationWebster InitiationWebster InitiationWebster
Webster Lodge No 7 Knights of ofPythias orPythlq olPytislan
Pythias hold a a regular meeting and Ini Initiation Inltlatlon mltiatlon ¬
tiation at Pylhlan p thIRn Temple last ast night nightThe nightThe nightThe
The rank of esquire o quire was conferred upon upontwo upontwo upontwo
two candidates candidateslargest candtdateaLargest candidatonLargest
largest Morning orning Circulation CircultioI Ofrcu1ionI
X iJt
Peln Iunsy1vania nsylTania Jlvania Operators Say SayIiscriminatioii SayJ1iscriminatioll
J1iscriminatioll Iiscriminatioii Exists ExistsJ
Bethlehem Steel Company Buys UO o
000000 Worth of Fncl in Wuit Vut VudYlrginln VutVirginia
Virginia nnd Abandons Old Con Contractorslny
tractors tractorslny May Lend to Openlni Olcning of ofC otO
C fc O Controversy ControverayAn Controcrll ControcrllAn
An interaaUng sidelight on the question questionof
of freight rates rat in 11 Bastem classification classificationterritory eJuatftcaUonterritory
territory came to light yesterday in Bal BaldalUmor BaliJalthaor BalMlUmore
dalUmorAnnouncament iJalthaorAnnounCimlnt dalUmor
Announcement was made there that thatthe thattbe
the t he Bethlehem Belhlf Iem Steel Company had en entered enred n nterld ¬
tered b red into an arrangement arran ement with the Da Davis ¬
vis v 11 ii Coal and Coke Company of West WestVirginia WtVlrstnia Westirginia
Virginia V Vc irginia for Its supply sUppl of o coal and coke cokecovering cokeoovertng cokeovering
covering c a period of twenty years far faruhleh rrwbJob fOcwhich
which it agrees are to pay about aO aOThf 0OMOIO 0OMOIOThe
The T he freight treJht rates agreed upon for or the thedelivery thldelivery C Celivery
delivery d of this fuel at Baltimore BaltimoreRmountc BaIUmorakmounta C Cmounts
mounts a to about ab ut IO MI09000 IQGOQO or more moreThe mor morThe
The Th reasons reon advanced by the Bethlehem BethlehemSteel BethlebemSteel I Iteel
Steel S teel Company for changing its fuel con contract contract ¬
tract t ract from Pennsylvania mutes m to the theWost theW theWest C
West W OIIt Virginia VI nlA field was the difference differencein
Is in I n freight trel ht rates charged cha e4 by the Penn Pennsylvania Pennsylnnla Pennylvania ¬
sylvania s Io roads road It is asserted te t that mine mineewnsrs maoewners mtnewners
ewnsrs o wners in Pennsylvania territory are areobliged arebUSed arebliged
obliged o to pay about bout X per cent more morefreightage morefo morereightse
freightage fo f reightse l t8 on coal than is paid by the theWoat thetOllt theWest
West tOllt Virginia Vlrl company the coal going goingto goingto goin
to t o Baltimore over the Western Maryland Marylandrailroad larylantdlrosd I
railroad rJt r dlrosd
railroadMay rOedJln
May Jln Revive Old QuestionThe QuestionThe Question QuestionThe
The opinion is openly expressed in Bal Baltimore BalUmor 31tImers ¬
tImers Umor that this great deal Ml will 11 be the themeans them the I Imeans
means m of reviving r v1A the controversy cotro which whichwas wblcbwu I Iwas
was finally 1taaIt compromised against affist t the theChesapeake theOpeake the I Ichesapeake
Chesapeake and Ohio Railway aUway for main maintaining mamtabling mainaming ¬
tabling t ton low freight rates rate in the tb West WestVirginia I IVirginia
I Virginia coal fields This controversy is isof Jsot ie I Iof
of farreaching importance and if it itonce It0DCe I t tonce
once goes 0 u up to the Interstate Commerce CommerceCommission CommerceCom I ICommiedlon
Commission Com for adjudication it may re result N Nault resuit ¬
suit m IR considerable change in the tit tariff tariffrates tartrat < r rrates
rates rat of coal and coke in this part of ofthe otthe o r rthe
the country countryTh C01DlrYTIM countryThe
Th TIM railroads taking traffic from the theSouthern theSeut the theSouthern
Southern Seut ern field ftllda have given every posed possible poeatble ¬
ble hi assistance DOe to the mining JftinlD interests posedI In Inthat Inthat Ii Iihat I
that t section and the effect has been an aninctMLSe AnJncr i I InCeSae
inctMLSe Jncr 1 nCeSae in facilities which would other otherwidj othwwtSJ otherw1d
widj w1d hvft hat been Impossible The operators operatorsin S Sn
in I n Pennsylvania have made a statement statementin I In
in I n which the following toUo Illustrations serve serveto sony e eto Sto
to show how what bat the situation situation1iov Is IsHow IIJlo
How Jlo Problem Work Vorka Out OutThe OutT OutTb
The T Tb railroad companies calculate that thatthe thatthe tha t tthe
the average distance dlatao from the thehOBtas Poca PocahOBtas POc POchontas
hOBtas and New River districts to Nor Norfolk Norfolk Norfolk ¬
folk and Newport News New fa I 409 S miles and andtheir aDdthar am I Itheir
their freight tr bt rate rat is SLtf 140 a a ton eqUivalent equiva equivalent equlvaent ¬
lent l ent to ife 3 mills a ton a mile mileFrom mileFrom mileFrom
From central Pennsylvania to New NewYork NewYork Ne v vYork
York via the tb Pennsylvania lines Un the dis distance 4118 4118taace dlitC0 ¬
tance is 1 figured at iff 3 miles Izille lid the therate tilerUt th a arate
rate Is UI LH a a ton too equivalent to 4 4mills 4 4toe 41 4 4mill
mill mills a a to toe a mtta utli To Philadelphia PIIIladeIp for fortransit torbaDdt 10 C Ctransit
transit to New England and oosapetltlv oosapetltlvpoint ootpedUpoInta a apoints
point the basis Is the same so that thatpractically tbatJlad1caJly the t tiactkaiIy
practically the Southern product pnduetC Is Ischarged I V Vcharged
charged C ec1 o OR shipments al lllDfta to tide water watercents watercenu I Icents
cents a ton leas 1 than from central Penn Pennsylvania PennaylYDt C Csylvania ¬
sylvania to tide water waterSouthern waterSonthern ter terSothem
Southern coal fields it is claimed have havecertain hay Jaavcertait I Icertala
certain natural advantages a VUla e such as asthickness s S Sthickness
thickness of coai seam and hence 1hmeeIo a alower I Ilower
lower Io east o Ol production than prevails prevailsin preval prevalIn I Inorthern
in the northern mining districts Their Theirone Theirone The ii iidisadvantage
one ° ° disadvantage is distance d18ta from the thecompetitive theeempeUU th thcompetitive
competitive eempeUU market but this is clint elirolnoted ellmlJIOtecJ I Inoted
noted by the railroads raiIroad in making a a com comparatively COIDparatlvely I Iporathely ¬
paratively reduced rate rat rats which wblebw is issaid I
said w to be the expanse of tb 1M northern northernoperators DOrtIHmtoperatorL northe a aoperators
operators operatorLAUTO
Acihnr A ntliur E Clnrk Unfamiliar with vrlthCar wit it itCar
Car Collide with Pole PoleIt PoltIt PoleIt
It will be a long < time before ore Arthur ArthurE Arthu n nE
E Clark of 1320 Morse street northeast northeastattempts DorthlUtattentpw uort I Ittempts
attempts a to run his machine after his hi Is IsItto
little I experience of yesterday afternoon afternoonAlthough aCternoonAlthough aftemnonAlthough
Although he is not an expert e < pert ho hothought b bthought
thought thou t he knew enough lDOu < b about lunnl lunnlhi running g
his hi h i car to attempt a a little speeding pee peedin lntt and andfor aDdtor an el elor 1
for f or a a time was wa getting along famously
Suddenly something went wrong with withthe withthl wit R Rthe
the steering wheel Mr Clark lost control controlof controlor contri 1 1of
of tho oar and wont tearing down Wis Wisconsin WStlconsln Wie I Icousin ¬
cousin avenue Just as a a telegraph tel h pole poleloomed pc1 pc1loomed po C Coomed
loomed l up ahead of the car near Lowell Lowellstroot Lov011atroot Lowe il ilstreet
street Mr Clark thought it safer to tojum I o oum
Jump jum j um which ho did He landed in the thestreet thestreet tI e estreet 1
street but with no apparent injury while whilethe whilethe wht Ic Iche >
the t he automobile attempted to butt down downtho dew n nthe
tho telegraph pole poleWhen 1101eWhen poleWhen
When Mr Clark picked himself up and andoxttmined aooQumlned an ed edlxamIned
oxttmined e his car he concluded that it itould Itnuld itiould
ould > take at least 100 1 to pay the th bill hi Ill Illbefore
before he could ride again againCONFER aplnCONFER againCONPER
j Prize Team of Stuart Encampment
Perform Ritualistic Work WorkAt WorkAt Voik VoikAt
At a regular r lar meeting of Fred D Stu Stuart Stuart SInart ¬
art Encampment No No7 7 L I O O F at atthair attheir attheir
their temple last night the t I royal purple purplec1egreo purpledegree
degree was wa conferred upon six candi cantUdfltM cane canedates ¬
dates datesTho dfltMrho datesTho
Tho work Ork was done by the dogree d r e town townthat toamUlat teamthat
that has been selected seT cted to eater the com competition comI1EUUOn coinpetition ¬
petition for tho th prize offered for this thisdegree thhJdlsree thisdegree
degree at the session iNlon of tho SovereignGrand Sovereign
Grand Lodge at Atlanta AtJ ta Oku in Sep
tombor This Thl team to m Is under the leader leadership Jeoderskip ieadership ¬
ship oC Frederick A Boyse Ro and there therewae therewn therewas
was a a largo nuriYbor numcor of the members of ofother otother ofother
other oncempmenta in the District pres present prosont ¬
ont last night to witness wltn tho work of ofthis ofthis
this team teamIt t toaznIt
It is confidonUy Hoped that tho first firstprize firstprize
prize In the conCst will 111 be brought to tothis totnll tothis
this city citySEEKS citySEEXS
Negro Ne o Woman oman Call Calls nt Hospital HospitalWhile UOIJPUalVhlle Uoip1tlSh1le
While Police Chase Man ManWith JlnnWith ManWith
With her throat cut Victoria Gartner Gartnercolored GaCCnerCOored GafInorcolored
COored colored of 50S 5 M street northeast walked walkedfrom walkedtrom walkedfrom
from Seventh aittl ant A streets northeast to tothe tothe tothe
the Casualty Ca U81t Hospital last night and andasked aradnsked andasked
asked that her wounds be dressed Har Harcondition HaroondlUon Hercondition
condition Is serious seriousEdward fHrlousEdward seriousEdward
Edward Gantt was arrested by the po police polIeo police ¬
lice of tho Ninth precinct after a long longchase lorIchase longchase
chase and is held
pending a report as asto uto asto
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In the Episcopal Eplocopaichurek church at Contentvllle Contentvllleevening ConlentvUle ConlentvUleevening Contentvillevening
evening e service was drawing to a close closeone ClOsene
one 00 o ne day hut Bummer summerto to be exact on onthe ontho Oiltho
tho twolftfi twolt Sunday after Trinity The Thewardens
wardens W rdSns hud collected the offertory and andwore andere
wore w ere standing Itnndln in the chancel oh ncel handing the theplates theplate thelaten
plates p laten to tllr Mr Oxton the rector r ctor for pros presentation preeentation prosntatlon ¬
entation e on the altar when the the rectors rectorsquick roetor roetorquck rectorSulck
quick q ulck eye discerned among the quarters quartersdimes qu rton rtonCI1mes
dm dimes d imes and small change ch ch nlo ge which whl h generally gSSlGcIl7ade Ur
dT made m ade up the offertory a blue poker chip chipThe ehtpThe Chiphe
The T he meter tor was W 8 not a man to hesitate hesitatewhen hesitatehen
when w hen lu his hl judgment jaC1 n nt the Hmo had oome oometo oom oomto
to t o speak If ha h would be true to his Mad Master Matiter Maden ¬
ter t en And that time had indeed come oomeLooking comeLooking Cornsooking
Looking L at t the offending otceh 1lng poker pok chip it itteemed Itid Iteemed
teemed S id to be challenging chdJeolnshtm him to speak spoakthen IpMktheft speakhin
then t and there or eise oJ ols Ihanaltel hereafter forever foreverbold torttfftlbold foreveroki
i bold b oki hit neaca neacaAn > nenceAn eacl eaclAn I
An instant later the pastor sStor took the theplates theplat thelates
plates plat p lates from the hands of the wardens wardensand wardensnd lUdeuand
and a nd as he did so the congregation arose aroseas UOMIts
as a s Its custom cu Cest tbm tn was for the parposa Ji of ofoining ofJoI
JoI j oining n In h the presentation and in sing
ing in i ng the words WOrd which always acotm CCtnpany CCO5i CCO5ipany
pany it All 11 things come to Thee and andot
of o f Thine own have we given lvll1 Thee But Butthe Butthe Buthe
the t he rector looking straight straht before him himblt4
into h ito > the faces of 0 ± th Use congregation never AI AImoved
moved an inch It was evident t he was waslOinI
roiug g to make an annofencemant an cMulOIInent of aoneIdnd some somocind somekind
kind and as a that was quite unusual at atthat
that part of the service nice the hush 11 of oteat a
great eat silence 1ence suddenly su anlY fell upon the theCObPOl1ltlon th
congregation c which in a a moment J t became beeameall b ban becameafl
all expectant eX1tICtantThen
Then in a dear decided d cMed voice ole the rec rector
tor t on said 14 14In
In the alms al collected by our wardens wardensand wanteftllaoo
and which we are about to ask Almighty
God to accept at t our hands there tboteblue w I a ablue ablue
blue nok pOker r chip There fe only one 0 on per 110ft
son who could have put It Into the plate plateand platealNl plateand
and he of COUNe course put it In by accident accidentwill CCl4eratI
I will however be very glad if he will wt11kindly willkindly
kindly come to the vestry vt l17 at the close closeof e10Hot closeor
of the aen1eeJUK1 service and redeem hit property
Taking out the chip sad laying it on onthe ontbe
the credence table table the rector then offered offeredthe olteredthe
the aim sims ac anal ussal but it was AOtke4that noticed
that rarely rani has the singing of UM offer offertory oaertory
tory sentence An things thl come corn to Thee Theebeen Theebeen
been sung with 0 greater eatar fervor than M Mwas JtWU itWS
was on that particular occasion occasionAfter 0CJCUI01JArter
After the th service Mri was wa over the parish parishioner parishloner ¬
loner responsible for the chip appeared appearedat appearedat
at t the th vestry door and tendered a a quar quart quartei
t tei r with many expressions of regret r at atthfe atthE
thE unfortunate acddeiit acddeiitIt ccdontIt t tIt
It was the rectors opportunity and fld he hewas hew C
was w not slow m 1ft seizing IDe it itWhy IthO
hO Why hy you really dont mean Mr Mrhe Mrh
he h said jto to redeem a a blue poker chip chipwith ehlpI ehlpwhh ebtiwIth
with a a quarter I understand its worth worthSomewhat worthtt I
I tt
Somewhat chagrined the pok O poker ftr r player playerpaid pleytspaid
paid over the 2 although as h he lid TO tobe
he remarked half in Jest t and half in inearnest 1fteert
earnest earnest that the rector seemed to know knowa Jmoa kno
a good deal about the lb game of poker pokerA puk pukDIOID8tJt pukesA
A A moment more and the rector tor had Ms Msturn histurn de deturn
turn all 11 right and ad the parishioner gave gaveit IaeIt gaveit
it to him innocently enough enoughTell eDOUIhTell
Tell me doctor he asked sad bow in inthe Inthe I
the world did you know that I put that thatchip thatcbJp thatChip
chip Into the alms plate It passes my mycomprehension mycompreheMtoD m mcomprehension
comprehension how you could have found foundit fouodit I
it out outI outHI
HI I didnt find U t out nor did I know it itat itat Ii I Iat
at all allBut allBut i
But you said only one person couH couHhave couHhave coul coulhave I
have put that chip into the plate aad aadwhile aadwhiM I
while YOU were saying 7tac that you were WtIeJuat
just looking IooIdn straight at me meMy meMy meMy
My dear fellow said tae doctor dMCorlooJdn doctorlooking
looking his b hi pleaaantest p1euant aDd issUing gnu gnuclously gre greclously
clously and quoting aa he did so some aO a4word8 f Iwords fwords
words of Shakespeare about conscience conscienceI COIWCteacHI
HI I really didnt cJtd t even em know you were In Inchurch inehureh It
church this t evening and as regards only onlyone 001 onlon Itr r
one 0 on person having haYID put that poker chip
into the oCrertorywel1 offertory well two men couldnt couldntvary eouJ eculduvary chIjt JSt JSteIl t
vary w well eIl U have pat one O t chip into the theoffertory theofrertGl7 the S Soffertory
offertory could they theyWEATHER theyWEATHER theyWEATBBlt
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Athletics 4 Chief Feature of ofOuting of ofOuting ofOuting
Outing at Great Fails FailsMANY FansMANY FallsMY
George G eorge C SliMier and Ills Committee Committeeof
of ArrniiKen Arrnllgement > entn Make Fourth An Annual Annunl Annhlal ¬
nual ExcursIon 3lo Most t t Successful Snccissfnland Snceesstulnnel Successfuland
and ainny jlnll Many llultlmore Florltits Atr Atrtbiul At Atfeud t tt
tbiul t feud l1 I the Gathering GatheringWashlnctons CatherlngWuhiactona GatheringWashingtons
Washlnctons flertsts made a big bI day dayout dayout dayt
out ou t ot their fourth annual outing to Great GreatyUbj Gnatran Grentails
ran r ails Va yesterday when about aboutembers MO MOmembers 100membere
i members m embers of the Florists Club and their theirfriends thetrfrlen theiriends
i friends fr iends made mad merry merryTwo merryTwo MerryTwo
Two special 1a1 trains were chartered Cbartered on onthe ontbe one
t the th e QrtaU Falls line I and at 1 oclock in inthe Inthe ine
t the th e afternoon attellOOD hardly a florists shop in inWashington InWashlact Inashington
i Washington W wa was oj open > en during tfca tie day dayTio
Two special trains wen chartered on onthe Oftthe one
t the th e Great Falls line be sad at S oclock In Inthe IntkJJtemooa Injfternoon
t the tkJJtemooa th Afternoon hardly a florists Aoriat shop in inWashington tnah1narton Inashington
i Washington W ah1narton was waaThe open openThe openThe
The committee in charge consisted eo ot otGeorge tJ tJGOr ortlorge
C O George tlorge C Shatter Elmer Mayberry J 7blrry W WW t tw
1 W KlmmaL Otto CJit Bauer aad A A C Oeh Oehmjilar OelllUl1er Oehpler
a mjilar n pler who left nothing undone uedon a tb tbeftort8 theirorts their thalrefforts
efforts e orts to make the day the < moat lAIC suceeasful lAICCMleul
e eeasful ever held by the clUb dobTh clUbTIsft ClUbTh
Th TIsft party returned to WssatactMi at atabout atabout atbout
a about a bout I oclock oclockAthletics oclockAtbleUcs oclockAthleticS
Athletics war wars a feature te turit of the day daynIhes
Prices Pr1l P nIhes were awarded in seventeen eftteeft events ovantaxCrowd oveataCrond eventsCrovd
Crowd from Baltimore BaltimoreIII DnIU lorc lorcIa
III addition a to the Washington V dorieS a adelecatioa adeJtt aelegation
t d delecatioa a of prominent t Baltimore 1tImore florists tieristsand SIerttIIILDd floristsnd
and a nd their wives ware preset t t among
them t being Chartac Cbarlo C Selbett Mr and andMrs andMn I
j Mrs b ins Fred Boone 9Cr and Mrs Fred FredBarry
Barry B arry Mr and Mrs J J Perry ierr end Mr MrLtpsett MrU
Ltpsett LtpsettTha U psett I
Tha Tb winners win in th t the sports and prizes prizesfollow I Itollo
tollo follow followPotato t oIo oIoPotato
Potato race open to atria under twatr twatryears I IyJIInt
yJIInt years y earsFirst FUvt A Agnes nas Barry silk hose ltoHi sec second Me MeODd ¬
J ODd ond i Daisy blinder box of candy Prices Prisesdonated Pricesnated i
donated do nated by Otto Bauer aad George a CookPotato CookPotato Cook OockPotato
Potato race for boys twelve years rer8PInt and andunder
under u nderlnst First William Oliver guinea pigs pigssecond p pecond I IHOOIId
second s Morris Hodgaon on rabbits Prizes Prtaeadonated Prizesonated I
doDa d donated onated by 7 E Eo S s Schmld SchmldPotato
Potato race open to an aayint First tan MUtanBedMaa tanRtIdIe iitain iitainidmaee II
RJ BedMaa RtIdIe R idmaee suspenders a PrIze Prt donated W by byohn
John J ohn Robertson RobertsonPotato RoberteoDPotato RobertsonPotato
Potato race open to iadiss JaCUllFirat First Maw MawMabel OMXabel i iabel
Mabel M abel Everett silk Uk glove gioves = second coM Kiss KissEdna ItaEcIna I Idut
Edna E dut Brooks candy Prizes donated by b bBlaset
P Dlaset and George Ooke OokeFlag Cok OoksFlag I I
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parasol Donated by W W KlznnMl KlznnMlPotato XJmmeIPotato Z1enm Z1enmPotato
Potato race bon seven ftII years yaar ad aadunder adUD aM I IndorPirot
under UD eIPlm u ndorPirot First Claire DIxon football f00tbali do donated do doDated doatM ¬
Dated n atM by George C Shaffer Shaffer109yard Sbalferleerd Shtter100yard
109yard dash for men meaPlnt menFirst First 3 So Ever Everett ET ETttt Evrcard ¬
ett card case donated by W A A Bob BolImger BoIUnpr Bobnger
Imger ImgerKyard Unpr257D14 li nger
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Everett belt belt donated by Theodore Diet Dietrich DIetrich Dietich ¬
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and aiul a nd under uD4erPIm First MtiUm lIloft Redman Re maa watch watchdonated watchclcmate4 watdonated
donated d onated by E C Mayberry MayberryItyard MaYberryyanI aybrry aybrryWyaid
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under u nder ban4ieapltnt handicap First Myram Myra Ktanaal Ktanaalbaseball Kiameleseball
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by Hairry Harry Ley LeyGuessing LeyGUMBI LayGuessing
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roses in a box boxFIrst boxFirst First C S It C Mayberry Mayberrypurse CayberryPUIM Mayberrpurse
purse second Mrs Gust candy third thirdWilliam thlrWlUtam I IWiUlain
William Walker box of flowers Prize Prisesdonated Pm911oaated S Sdonated
donated by Gods Bros Eleven persons personsguessed 18OMe88ed S SUe50d
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Continued from from Page One Onebattery Onebattery
battery the signal I eot corps said the aBu anibulaaoe aBu1noe 1
laaoe t corps at 111 M a 1L s m In this section sectionwill aettoam sootlowill a
will m nice aG be the eaqtp servants Hrt lIts a and d at attache lIttaehOi 1 ¬
tache tacheBrigade taehOiBrbado
Brigade headquarters and the Ffrst FfrstSeparate FfratSeparatl Fin FinSeparate t
Separate Battalion will moo at 4 a a m m
sad at 490 the First Infantry will en entrain 011 011tratn en entrain ¬
train on the third section FOr 1 r the Sec Second Seeand See t tend ¬
and Infantry reveille will sound at 441 441a 431a 4 4a
i a a m and 6amp will break at 6 oclock oclockTho oclockThe
The time set for the tn departure of the thevarious theTarlOH tI Ce
various section of the train is 6 6 6 M = 7 7aad 71lDd 7and
and 780 a m mLieut mLieut S SLient
Lieut Col Smiley Called Home HomeLieut me meLient
LImit Col S S E Smiley adjctntt a4JJnt gen genoral S8fteral ee I
oral of the District t brigade left eeir for forWashington torWa8blaston ft ftWashington ir
Washington this u evening illness mn In Inftumly his hisI h 1 1ci
I family calling him home LIt Get GetSmiley eelSmiley Cc ci
Smiley participated in the maneuvers to today to6a te teday I ¬
day 6a as did Cant Manue l nu J Miccloeke McCloskey McCloskeyU Coakey Coakeyu 1 1U
U S S A It is 1 expected oxpocted t Utat at the thelltt thelltttor lat lattor Ia t ttar
tor in Saturdays maneuvers wttKbe will Il he act actin aotfng ac t tJag
in Jag adjutant general gonoralUndsr generalUnder onoralUndlN
Under the command of Maj R RFoster A AFoster A AFostar
Foster the amublanco corps established establishedin e ostablisbe bbU8bed bbU8bedIn iii iiiIn
in the rear of the firing line ftrsta1dJJtatlOIW firsta ftmald ftmaldstations Id Idstations
stations for each regiment and also Jac ee eetablfthad GEItabllllhed e etabDhad
tablfthad a dressing station The wagon wagontrain wagontrtJn wage wagetrln
train of the Red army was guarded by b bydetachment a adetachment adetachment
detachment of tli the Now Jersey troops troopsThe troopsTho troopsThe
The umpires in the war gamo were wereCapt WKeCapt we weCapt
Capt Cocheu assistant chief umpire aDd aadasatatant aDdMsletaut ni niassistant
assistant umpires Capt Sarratt Sarratt cavalry cavalryand caftlryand cavah cavahInfantry
and Infantry Capt Dada Did artillery Mj Me Me4onnor Ij
Connor Maj Beekurts and Capt Gulick Gulickmfantn Guile Guileitantry
mfantn thCal1tl all of the regular army armyCamp armyCuml armyCami
Camp CamiTile Xotcs XotcsTho otes otesTho
Tho band of the First Regiment Dis District DIIitrlct DI DItriot ¬
trict of Columbia gave a concert at Gen GenHarries1 GenHarrtee Ge GeHarios
Harries1 headquarters headquartersA
A d dance nce will be beghQn given at Little Round RoundTop RoundTop Roui Id IdTop
Top tomorrow tomorrow evening by officers of the theFirst theFirst ti ho hoFIrst
First Regiment RegimentTho R RegimentTho ment mentTho
Tho Misses Neumeyer and Brig Gen GenHarries GenH Go n nHarries
Harries H rrles wojo w ro the guests tonight at din dinnor dinner dl a anor
nor of officers of the Second S C4Dd Regiment RegimentInitiated R RegimentInItiated lment lmentIn
Initiated In tlnted as a a Moose MooseColumbia MooseColtunbth Uoo e
Columbia Columbia Lodgo No 126 Royal Moose MooseInitiated Mooseinitiated Moot e eInlUated
Initiated G A A Morfa at Eagles Hall Halllast Halllast He ill illlast
last night John Grant Smith was ap appointed a p ppointed ¬
pointed 1 olntoo delegate to tho national conven convention conV conve n nticn n nfIon ¬
tion which meets in Baltimore next nextmonth nextmon no xt xtmouth
month mon b j
1 largest arst est Morning orning Circulation Circulationi Oiroi ation i
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RESCUE FOR MINERS MINERSGovernment MiNERSGoverUlnent iERS iERSovernment
Government G overnment to Apply New NewPortable NewPortahle
Portable Stations StationsBEADY StatiousREADY
M Montana ontana to Get One of Wrgoncy De Device DoJee D Dvicea ¬
vice vicea Jee Whlou bioll Can Be Unshod to toScene toScenc toScene
Scene of Dlimstcr In Any Part ot otState otState ofState
State and Will VIII Be Pied for Train TraliiInff Training Training
Inff ing Men Ien to Avert Loss of Life LifeTwo LifeTwo
Two poVtabte rescue stations atted tted up upon upon UPn
on o n special railway cars and ready r to torespond toat toesoiid
respond n esoiid at any Moment t of the night or orday 01cJy
day d ay to calls call for assistance at mine dn dnasiars dIe dIehaw dliaters >
asiars e aters have bay been ordered by b th newly newlycreated MWIyerete4 newlyreated
c created Federal Bureau of Mines for use usein 11MID uset
in li t the West WastOne WNtowW WestOn
owW On One will be stationed ttoaed at Billings Mont Montaad MOLaid t tDel
Del s aid will answer emergency calls in any anypart anypart
part p ert of otODtD Montana aDd Northern Wyoming WyomingEsaaXtoartars WJomIDctor WyomingEeedquartens
EsaaXtoartars for the second ear have not notb DOtMeia notdateraiheId
b Meia sn fisisnnmed e4 upon but it WIll cover covertho 00ftrdN coverhe
t tho he coat Aside of f Western Colorado and aadBasitern D4B andatiru
Basitern atiru Utah These traveling stations stationswffl u uwt
will serve the same sane purpose as the sta stationary 8Uoaarr ¬
tionary t ones that have been established establishedIn est IItIB I
In various parts of the country for 18IIe1Mwont rescue rescuework C
work and for training tNI C miners te ladle ladleot das use vaeof useof t
of rescue rMCQTMI aiftparatus pratu
Tba Tb great t distance separating the corn cornfields eaal eaalaeIda ensfields I
fields of to t West from one on another anothermakes uotbelmakea
makes It necessary to us use railroad cars carsfor canfor cartfor I
for this work workTraining1 workTr workTrainia
Tr Trainia Training1 lInlRg to Be Regular RegularThe RegularThe
The cars fully equipped with rescue rescueapparatus IWCaIpparatw rescueapparatus
apparatus such as oxygen helmets helmetswhich helm helmwtaach I Iwhich
which enable miners to withstand poI poJsonoos poI8OiDOQa
sonoos gases will travel from one end endof eadof en I
of then district to the other stopping stoppingat r
at the several NIl mining mI camps to train trainselected trainMectect trainselected I
selected miners In the use of the ap apparatus ap appratUL appsratu ¬
paratus From one to two weeks will be bespent beapeat be
spent in each camp mP In the event of a amine am i L
mine disaster the car with its train trainforce trainforce 1
force will be dispatched to the seen KeJ1e at atonce a aoac I
once onceA 0 oac
A foramina tn tIM employ empl of the Bureau Bureauof Bureauet BuTaneeCMluiesea I
of eCMluiesea Maes em experienced u d watoer erwm will naw nawefcstgav ban banI
I efcstgav tiSe of a dIe ear at all at times and andI w wlead w wiced I
I lead m tu the rescue work Tne TlMtO TlMtOtbe Th foreman of ofthe 01 01the
the car wfil to under un r the direct super superwhose SUperYIaIIM
YIaIIM yli fat a en1sg rI tw whose w oae duty dutyIt dutytt dut r
It war hn e ta naftuarisej UIarlai himself with taa taaphysical tJMtpbyDal the
physical condition of all a mines in his 1118cUltrtet hit hisdistrict I
district cUltrtet11c
Use of Oxygen IIelmetsOne Helmets HelmetsOna
One end of each car will be fitted up upaa QIIan u uas p
aa an airtight room to be UeclIA used In train traintog traintbe
tog the men to use oxygen helmets mets This Thisroom Thisroom TMroom I
room will be filled with poisonous fumes fumesand f1uDeUICI I Iand
and tile miners wearing the helmets win winbe Winbe wil I
be taught to remain inside for two hours hoursIn boonIn houran S
In an atmosphere that would prove provefatal p oyefatal peerfatal
fatal to a few minutes without the pro protection prot ¬
tection t of a helmet t There will be sleep sleeptag sleepIIIe sleeplag e
tag accommodations for twelve rescuers rescuerson rescueron uen uenOft
on each car Bach car will carry eight eightoxygen eSchtOXpft 1gb 1gbhelmets
oxygen helmets a supply of oxygen to totanks intanb ii iitanks
tanks safety lamps field telephone te out outfit outIt outfit ¬
fit fit a automatic resuscitating apparatus aad aadother aa4other an d dotber
other equipment equipmenti
la 1 addition te the location of branch branehrneue Ii Iireeue
rescue stations at Birmingham Birm1n bam < Ala AlaHuntington AILHandactoo p pHuntington
Huntington W Va and Wilkesbarre WilkesbarrePa WllkelllernPL Wllkesberrup
Pa p the Bureau Burea of Mines has dcddofl 1ded to tohave 10UTe 1 1hais
have stations also at Trinidad TrIBJdd Cole CoIo ac accessible Ie Ieto ascassibis ¬
cessible to the coal fields 1Ie1 5 of New Mexico Mexicoaad Mexteoad Moxie 0 0and
ad Southern and Central Colorado sad sadalso 8 8also an Il Ilalso
also at Rock Springs Wyo for the pro protection IIetecdon pretacdon ¬
tection of Southern Wyoming WyomingPLAYGROUND W WPLAYGROUND WyomingPLAYGROUND
A A folk and fairy festival will be held h at atGarfield atGarAeI4 i LI LIGarfield
Garfield Park Playground Third street streetaad streetaACl etnee etneeand
and Sooth Carolina avenue ayea southeast IMHItheut IMHItheutmorrow to tomorrow t tmorrow ¬
morrow evening evtDiD from S to S oclock oclockPromptly oclockPromptly OclockPromptly
Promptly at I oclock a pageant wfli wfliform wmor1IIand wi wifoeza
or1IIand form and the series of dances will be un under UDder at atdsr ¬
der the direction of Mrs Walter S Btelay Btelaysnd Dial Dialand Bisileand
and Miss May Roper assisted ted by the theyoung tMOtIog U Uyng
young OtIog ladies of Friendship House Muafc Muafcwill 10win Mesi MesivrlIl
will be furnished fur throughout lIt the evening event eventthe g
by the Home School Bull Band through the tbICMrt It Itomrtesr thecovrtear
covrtear CMrt of Charles Char W Skinner SU rIIl rIIlteDCllAt superin superintendent suienii suieniiField ¬
tendent tendentField teDCllAtFleW
Field day exercises Q < erdHa eonatoUng eoB of ofgames etpme e c cames
games g ames and sports ta will H b held Jab at at atthe atthl It Ithe
the t he park 1kDoy playground playgroundBoy pinygroundBoy
Boy Struck by Llghtnln LlghtnlnAAd8lson Iilchtnlnsr IilchtnlnsrAnderson
Anderson Ind July M ilForrest Forrest Forr Hop Hoppass
pass an eightyearold hty inmat Inmato of OfCanty cccounty the theCounty
County Orphans Home was atnIck1I7 struck by 1 WY
lightning today when playing near nearsI WYa a atree atra
tree t sI HIS arms bade and hip were slight slightly t 1 1V ¬
ly V burned and oa his arm was wuDflect almost a a aperfect aPenIct
perfect reproduction reprG ucUon of a a fern t leaf aad aadon aacJOR sa 46 46on
on his back was the imprint of a las lasfrom bat batrom in infrom
from rom the tree tr The Hue Its of the bunuMa bunuMaflfeted burns In InJeted I Ifikte
flfeted fikte Jeted was almost the same as thai that of ofa ota ofa
a branch t tarn tejr ft1 from a tree treeCapital trHrr treeCapital
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during your absence from the thecity theoity thecity
city A safe deposit box in infire infire inftre
fire and burglar proof vaults vaultsof vaultsof vaultsof
of this company costs only 5 5year 5year 5year
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1910 at Sprlnrlake Spr1nlake K N J 1 at the home homeof homeor hcmneof
of her daughter Mrs Short Adam AdamWillis AdamWillis AdamWillis
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FROM PORTO RICO RICOBresidentof RICORresidentof RICOPridentof
Bresidentof University Univer UniverityPians UniverityPiansIew iry Plans PlansNew PlansNewllrnnches
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Dr SOward Zdwa W Dexter Dext president of ofthe oCtbe ofhe
the t he PaivaraUy t1IIh of Porto Rico said to tootTbe a aUhre a aeresealttws
r eresealttws Uhre oT otTbe orTli The Washington Herald Heralderentaff Heraldevening
7 evening that he will attempt attempttb
tb t b establish departments of law aad aadmedicine andmedicIne I ImedlclM
medicine te connection with the uni unirersky unlvenk7 univeesky
venk7B4 rersky rerskyIS
IS B4 came earn to Washington to appoint appointteachers appotDtt
teachers t e to the public schools of the thefetaad the1eIu4 theand
fetaad 1eIu4 and after this task was done donemade don donmade donemade
made preliminary arrangements arr ts to hare harea haTeblDliatrodueed havea
a a bill blDliatrodueed Introduced In the next legislature legislaturet legislatureestablish
t to establish tl llah the departments of medicine medlcmeaataw medicineaad medicineaMhw
aataw aatawTJto aad w wTJIie
TJto object of the law department departmentsaaft departmental prtmenttM
saaft al UM doctor will be tefurnish turalsh a post postgrtatamte po pot6 poRtgrhduate
grtatamte t6 course In the Spanish aau1ih civil lw lwftwr Iltwtw II IIrur
ftwr aM stadeats 81 of the American uni universities unlJIttIea universities ¬
versities JIttIea who intend practicing in Latin LattnAmerica La LatinArnsdc Un UnIIMdCa
America AmericaThe IIMdCana Arnsdc Arnsdcme
na The department t of medicine will willspecialise willJD willspedeltas
specialise m JD diseases of the tropics and androsearches ADdot andreseazjeeg
rosearches of the hook worm wormI wormI wormI
I I think Porto Rico an R Meal place for fora tora fora
a great PanAmerican university The TheIsland Thei TheIslend
Island i is owned bjr the United States Stat a agreat aPeAt a agroat
great many Americans lid Englishmen Englishmenare
are there there sad the climate cUm is ideal idealDr klMlDr ideaLDr
Dr Dexter wilt visit some of the big bigcolleges bigOOlJegec bigcolleges
colleges in the North before going E tng back backto backto backto
to the e Island IslandInlet lalandQulet islandQuiet
Inlet at South Bend BendIndianapolis Deld DeldIadinapolls BetdIndianapolIs
Indianapolis July 9fc ILBrIg Bri Brig Gen Ms MsKte Sie SieIt is isRee
Kte It wae who is i at South Bead notified the thegovernor tbegov8CJlOl thegovernor
governor today that that though everything everythingis
is I quiet there he did not think the State Statecease Stat8ceue StatebOiiId
bOiiId cease surveillance over the strike strikeef strikeor strikeof
ef tire Grand Trunk employes em loH He eaid eaidthe Idd Iddthe ki kithe
the feeling wa was such h that trouble right raightbreak mchtbreak rightbreak
break out at any moment if the mob mobspirit mobsJlirlt mobspirit
spirit should find a leader He was 88 or ordered ord ordered ¬
dered d reQ tc t remain at t South Bend until untilr unUlurtller untilfurthtf
r furthtf urtller th orders de

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