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10 THE THEVAS1IIIO1N WASHINGTON BEBALD THURSDAY THURSDAY JULY 2tf 28 IS 1910 f
The Mans Store StoreOfflcJnl StoreomcJ StoreOmclal
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out for forihis this sale Experience Experiencetaught Experiencetaught Experiencetaught
taught them that it was the thebargain thebargain thebargain
bargain event vent of the year in inStraw inStraw
Straw Hat selling Thats Thatswhy Thatswhy Thatswhy I
why the store has been beencrowded beencrowded beencrowded
crowded Choice of best beststraws beststraws beststraws
straws in newest newe t blocks blocksMoneys blocksAll blocksAll
All 150 1SOStrawHats Straw Hats 75c 75cAll
All 190 Straw Hats 95c 95cAll
All 300 3OOStrawHats Straw Hats 150 150All 50 50All
All 400 4OOStrawHats Straw Hats 200 200Moneys 200Moneys
Moneys Worth or Money Back BackD ack ackD
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Messengers essengers Wanted WantedBoys VlantedBoys WantedBoys
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men with bicycles wanted wantedfor wantedfor wantedr
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and ane learn tho delight In store for foryou torrOUe foryou
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and print pri t mllm ailments oU of both ICU cured qulcUr quick y
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largest Morning Circulation CirculationAJl
All advertising contracts made by The TheWashington TI TIWashington rheWashington e
Washington Herald Heraldare Heraldare are based upon i ibona Its Itsbona ItsbODa is
bona fide clroulatlonea clroulatl nn circulation circulationWashington in inWashington InWUhlngton
Washington larger bj by thousands than thanwas tlmnwu tl tlwas Ia n
was evar bof before ore attained by any an morning morningnewspaper morningnespaper montt monttnewspaper rag
newspaper at the Capital Its books booksopen aro aroopen aroopen
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MOREWATERNEEDED MOREWATERNEEDEDDistrict MORE WATER NEEDED NEEDEDDistrict NEEDEDDistrictEn
DistrictEn District Engineer ineerSeesNeces ineerSeesNecessitY SeesNeces SeesNecessity Sees NecesI NecesIBity
sity of Additional Supply SnpplyPATUXENT SupplyPATUXENT
PATUXENT EIVER1 SUGGESTED SUGGESTEDLicnt SUGGESTEDHnnnum SUGGESTEDLicat
Licnt Hannnin Believe This Thi Source SourceCould SourceCould
Could Bo Economically Lnccl bytltlti by hyth byi
i tltlti th x City CIt by Means of Loner PipeLineProject Pipe PipeLine PipeLlnclroJeot
Line LlnclroJeot Project Would Coat In the ilieclghborhood theNeighborhood
Neighborhood of 4000000 4000000Tapping JoooOooI JoooOooTapping 1000000Tapping
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Tapping tho Patuxent P tuxent River to increase increasethe Inoreasothe lncroasothe
the citys water supply is recommended recommendedIn
In a a report submitted to Commissioner CommissionerJu CommissionerJulfson
Julson Ju son by Lieut W T Hannum engi engineer englneor engineer ¬
neer neor officer in charge of o > v > the local water waterRystcm watersystem
system systemTho RystcmTho systemThe
Tho problem ho says is only one oneot oneof
of economy A greater supply must loogotten be begotten begotten
gotten for future demands or unexpected unexpectedemergency unexPeotodcmergenoy unexpectedemergency
emergency requirements and the Patux Patuxcnt Patu Patucnt Patuxent
cnt apparently offers a fine chance to toobtain toobtalu toobtaUr
obtain it However if it proves too ex expensive cxI cxpensive
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pensive p ensive we must then fall back on tho thoPotomac thoPotomnc
Potomac for an inoreaaed supply supplyNothing supplyNothing supplyTrothing
Nothing definite as to tho suitability suitabilityof
of tho Patuxent Patux nt is yet known exceptthat except exceptthat cceptthat
that an estimated flow of 90000000 gallons gallonsa gnllon9day
a day may be obtained This la s equiv equhalent equivt
alent to the supply suppl now procured from fromtho fromthe fromthe
the Potomac PotomacGravity PotomacGrnvlty PotomacGravity
Gravity Flow Essential EnncntlalAH EucntlnlAll EssentialAll
All depends on whether this can bo boobtained baobtained beobtained
obtained with a gravity flow Any other othormothod
method of getting water to Washington Washingtonwould W Whshtngtonwould hlngton hlngtonwould
would be too expensive epon e for the Districts Districtspurse Districtspurse Districtspurse
purse and would cause tho immediateabandonment immediate immediateabandonment Immoolatoabandonmont
abandonment of tho projoot projootA projootst
A steel st l pipe pi po line ton to sixteen miles mileslong mUosInng milesfang
long would bo built to carry the water waterto waterto waterto
to the filter beds at McMillan Park near noarthe nGrthe nearthe
the Soldiers Homo Tho filtering ofthe of ofthe ofthe
the water as with tho Potomacs supply supplywoukl supplywouk supplyould
woukl w ould bo a necessity necessityWhere nOO658ltyWheo necessityWhere
Where this plpo lino would tap thePatuxent the thoPatuxent 08I
I Patuxent must necessarily noc08 8rlly depend on theheight the thaheight UeI
I height of tho river bed A Suitablepoint suItableI suitable suitablepoint
I point might be struck nOr Uppor Marl Marlboro Marlboro Marlbore ¬
boro which is only only a fow mile away awaywhile awaywhlle awaywh1ledgafn
wh1ledgafn while yrfgaln ln tho line might have to be berun berun berun
run iarthorup farther up toward the rivers source sourceLieut sourceLleut
Lleut Hannum said probably 4000600 Uooo 4000600would oo oowould
would be required for tho improvomont improvomontand
and about five years for the completion completionof
of the project projectMeter projoctUeter projectMeter
Meter Service Lauded LaudedLieut LnudedLleut LaudedLiout
Lieut Hannums report dwells at lengthon length lengthon lengthn
on on n the installation Inst l1atlon of meters for the local localservice localervices oc l lervleOi
s service At present he point out there thereare thoroare thereare
are 16879 l 5i9 metered servlcee lenlo sera + lcea and 48668 48 un unmotored unmetored
motored meteredThis metoredThis motoredThis
This growth of the thometorod netered service Is Isshown Isshown isshown
shown to be one Of the the boat economizers economizersof
I of the water supply The Installation In tal1atlon o ometers of ofmeters f
il meters Is expensive but the records r rd8 show showthat showthat showthat
that tho consumption of water from these thesesenIces theJosenlces theseervices
senIces s Is generally lees than K per cent centof centof centof
of that used US d by the unmotered service serviceThe senlcesThe servicesThe
The entire water supply was filtered las lasyear last lastyear la8tyear t
year The gauges showed a passage SHgO of ofmore ormore ofmore f
more than 60MOOOO gallons a day ortotal or a atotal atotal
total for or the year car of nearly 39000004 39000004gallons 2300d000000 2300d000000gallons 22000000000gallons
gallons Sixteen lxteen thousand cubic yards ards of ofnand ofRand o osand f
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nand was as used on the filter levels the thebeds thebeds th thbeds e
beds being periodically cleaned of the old oldsand oldsand o osand d
sand and supplied with freshCHOSEN fresh freshCHOSEN troshCHOSEN
CHOSEN PROBATION OFFICER OFFICERIsnnc QrnCERbnnc OFFICERIsaac
Isaac D Porter of Training School SchoolGet SOhoolGet SchoolCctx r
Get Cctx New Xc Berth BerthJustice DcrthJustlee Berthdustlco
Justice Wright Wright V ght yesterday yestord signed the thenomination thenomlnatlon th thnomination e
nomination of Isaac D Porter assistant assistantsuperintendent assistantsuperlptendent asslstansuperlptendont t
superintendent of tho National Tralnln Training TrainingSchool TrainingSch091 1
School Sch091 1 for Boys as probation officer o lcer of ofthe otthe o othe f
the District Istrlct The office carries a salar salarof salary salaryof salaryor y
of 1800 1800Mr I
Ir
Mr r Porter has been in his hJ present post position pogltJon postdon ¬
don twentysix years and will m assume the theduties thoduties th thduties e
duties of probation officer August 1 1term His Histerm HIsterm
term Is for eleven monthsSHORT months monthsSHORT mouthsSHORT
SHORT MEASURES DESTROYED DESTROYEDYcnr DESTROYEDYenr DESTR 4YED 4YEDYenra
Ycnr Yenra Collection of Dishonest Vcs Vcsneln VCIIel11 Vessels
neln el11 Turned Into Junk JnnlcThree JunkThroo JunkThree
Three thousand pounds of shortweight shortweightscales shortweightscales shortweighscales t
scales and measures and weights wore woredemolished woredemolfslied wer werdemo11s6ed
demolished yesterday e tcrday by order of Cot CotW CotW CotW
W C Haskell sealer of weights an and andmeasures andmeauros d
measures They The represented he said tho thoyears thoears th 0
years ears garnering garnering of dishonest measures moaauresThe measuresThe me aures auresTho
The lot was about on a par with previous previousyears pr provio provioyears vloUfi vloUfiyoars w
years ho added addedNearly addedNeady addedNearly
Nearly half of the dealers do lors involved In InHie Inthe f fthe n i
the confiscation con 8etlon of the scales knew of ofthe otthe o othe f r
the falsity fal lty of tholr scales scalo and measures measuresaccording mea measuresaccording uretl uretlRccordlng
according to Col Haskell and many manyware manywore man manware y r
ware prosecuted pro cuted Tho other dealers were werelet worolet wen wenlet o
let off of with admonitions It having been beenfound boenfound bee beefound n i
found evident that their use of the tai taiweights false falseweights falsoweights se j
weights and measures was due to ignor ignorance Ignorance ignoranco ¬
ance and carelessness carelessnessBETJGGISTS eare1e earelessnoesDRUGGISTS sno s sDRUGGISTS
DRUGGISTS GET LICENSES UCENSESEleven LICENSESElccn LICENSESEleven
Eleven Candidates Sncccsttfnlly Paa PaaDistrict Pnsfi PnsfiDintrlct Pa PaDllltrlct a
District Examinations ISxaminntlonnEleven ExnmlnntJoDlEleen ExaminationsEleven
Eleven pharmacy candidates were pass passed pa8Cd passed ¬
ed by b tho District board of pharmacy pharmac yes yesterday y yterday 68 68terda ¬
terday terda They are John Harold Harold Morgan MorganColumbus MorganColumbus MorgaColumbus n
Columbus Washington Henry Hem Thomas ThomasJefferson ThomasJoforson Thom ThomJefferson s
Jefferson Tate Douglass Tschlffoly TschlffolyHarry TsehUIelyHarJ Tschiltel3Harry y r
Harry HarJ patton Jones Harry I arry ry Joseph Jb eph Paul PaulSenay PaulSenay Pat PatSenay j l
Senay Homer KtoK Kll1J Butler Melville MelvilleBralnard MelvUleBrainard Melvfl MelvflBralnard e
Bralnard Tewksbury Daniel Locher LocherGrove LocherGrove LocherGrove
Grove Charles Thomas Conrad Jr Ben Benjamin Benjamln Benjamin ¬
jamin Alvin BettsThe Betts BettsThe BettsThe
The number passed is s about half of ofthose ofthole ofthose
those who wo took tho examinations examinationsMotoring oXlUJ1lnaUonsUotorlnJt oxaminatlonsMotoring
Motoring Parties Arc Popularthese Popular Populnrthese Popularthese
these warm evenings Cool off in a a TTCO
taxicab 3 hour Phone hone North 1212 1212Trvo 1212Two 1312Two
Two Indicted for Forgery ForprcryTho ForJeryThe ForgeryThe
The grand Jury yesterday before dis disbanding disbanding disbanding ¬
banding for Its vacation returned an in indictment Indictment Indletment ¬
dictment against Morris Robinson and andDavid andDavid andDavid
David J Simon for forgery The men menare menare menago
are charged with changing the name of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the payee on three travelers checks for
50 each and passing p Sslng them on the Ameri American American American ¬
can Security and Trust Company lastJune last lastJune lastJune
June June
LOCAL MENTIONDXCURSIONS MENTION IffiENTIOffEXCURSIONS MIDlTION1JXCUnSIONS
EXCURSIONS TODAYNerfplk TODAY TODAYNorfplk TODAYNorl
Norfplk Norl k and Waahlngton Wuhlngt Steamboat Companys Companysiteam OompaD1steamers Compsnyasteamers
iteam steamers r from foot foott pf t Seventh Sete U street for Old Point PointComfort PointComfort FeintCoratert
Comfort and Norfolk dally at 615 6 p m mSteanwr mSteamer mSteamer
Steamer Charles Jacalter Macsl ater far Meunt Vernon
I lpres STM Seventh street tr t wharf harf at M a m and andpm 230 230p 230Steamers
p pm pmSteamers m mSteamers
Steamers for Colonial Beach leaves S StTt Seanth rtnth tb street IItreetwliar e
wharf every Aw except Monday 9 a m Satur Saturday Saturdare ¬
day dare 6 p Po m Moonlight trips 7 p m cwry day dayexcept chIexcept dos
except Saturday turdar and Sunday S ndar palace steamer St StJohns BeJohna
Johns JohnaCa
Cars Ca from Fifteenth street and New ew York Yo arson avenue avenueetery uenuenet
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Wnshington Baltimore and Annapolis tuHLpoUS Railway
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secular days from 2 2k iv p m to 10 p 1 A m on Sundays Sundaysnd SundAnDd fiundayssad
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Corcoran Gallery or ArtOpen free Tuesday TuesdayThursday Tuesdayursday lutSdarThursday
Th Thursday ursday Saturday 9 9JJ JO a m to 4 p Po m ml Sunday SundayISO
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State Stat War and Navy Na departmentsOpen 9 a mto m mto
to 2 p m Tho original ori nal Declaration ot Indepena Indepenacoco IDdepenc1CIIIO IndapendBaca
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National Botanic GardensOpen 8 a m to 5 p m mFltfa mFtJh mpsh
Fltfa Commission CoounluonOpcn Open 9 a L m to 430 30 p Po mArmy m mArmy mArmr
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to totpm totpmSmithsonian 4 p Po m mSmithsonian 111SmIthsonian
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p 1 m including holidays holidaysOorernment boUdal boUdalOOTCrnIneI1t
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Key 1ns1onIlomo Mansion Homo of Francis Seott Key authoroff author authorof authorof
of The Star S Sttrspaagled 8pangl d Banner 2512 w l ° M attroet treet north northwest northst northest
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Po p m me Admission fre freZoological fns fnsIN rH rHIN
IN THE SU aUBURDs aUBURDsZOOJO1W tmI3 tmI3Zeoo
Zeoo Zoological teal ParkOpen PArkOp n all day dayRock darRock dayRock
Rock Creek Bridge Drld and Park ParkCawvy PukClMTr ParkOhety
Cawvy Chase and Kensington KensingtonNaval KeDllnlrtnNaraI KendngtonNatal
Naval Observatory O ObseeatsryOpen rTatofOpen Open 9 ft L ra me to 9 p Po m mMount me meMouet
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United States NATal Academy Armapaui his hisArllsgton Md MdArlington raIdArUaton
Arlington National Cemetery CemeteryTENT CemeteryTENT CemeteryENT
TENT f T ENT SERVICES ATTRACT ATTRACTPresbyterian ATTRAOTPresbyteria ATTRACTPresbyterian
Presbyterian Crowds Attend Dr DrSpooners DrSpooners DrSpooners
Spooners SermonOhorn Sermon SermonGhorn SermonOhorua
Ghorn of Sevcntyflve Sefent vc Dos and randGirls andGirls I IGirl
Girl Girls Prove Big Feature of1Icctings of ofMeetings ofIcctings
Meetings In SoutheastThe Southeast SoutheastThe SoutbcndThe
The tent mooting being conducted by byDr byDr byDr
Dr A J W V Spoon Spooner or at Thirteenth street streetand streetand storend t
and a nd Pennsylvania avenue southeast soutbe t la laIticroAsing IIIncroulng i increasing e
IticroAsing i In interest interestAt IntcraetAt Intcr t tAt
At the spring meeting the evangelistic evangelisticcommittee evangeUatloaommlUeo evangelistcommittee
committee of which DrSpooner Dr Spooner pastor pastorof putorot pasioof y
of tho Sixth Presbyterian Church Churchchairman Is Ischairman 11chalnnon
chairman recommended that a series s < < lea o orant of oftent ottont t
tent meeting ba Inaugurated this thl sum summer summor summot ¬
mot to bo similar to to those carried on tor tora tora fo foa r
a number of yearn by b the Presbytery of ofPhiladelphia orPhiladelphia o ohiladelphia f
Philadelphia P It I was Indorsed and ar arrangements arrangemcntff arrangemonte ¬
rangements wor wore made for the campaign campaignwhich campaignwhich osmpalgnwhich
which has now been in progress for throe throeweeks throewoaks thr e 6L 6
weeks with steadily Increasing Interest InterestTho IntorestTho IntereaTliorent L
Tho Tliorent tent is most tavorabl favorably located and andhas andhas a ahas nil
nilr
has become a popular 1 > rallying place for forcrowds torcrowds fo focrowds r
crowds from the surrounding community communityIt
It is lighted with electricity has com comfortable oomtomble ¬
Portable seats s eats ts Js supplied with song songbooks son g I Ibooks
books and a caretaker is constantly ooll8tantl in inattendance InattendllnoCo i iattendance n
attendance attendanceMtee attendllnoCoi
i Miss Ruth Spoonw has presided pro l d at the theorgan theorgan th thorgan a aks
organ assisted by Mr lr L C Fairbanks Fairbankswith FalrbaDkswith Fafrban ks
with his cornet At the very ery beginning beginningof beglnnlnof g
of the meeting Dr Spooner organ organized organizedwhat organbedwhat zed
what ho has named his Sunbeam SunbeamChorue SunbeamChorue Sunb SunbChorue q
Chorue comprising seventyfire seventyiveand T boys boY8and oys oysand
and girls of the neighborhood Many o oDr of ofDr otDr i
Dr Spooners Spoon rs sermons are illustrated by bythe bythe b y
the preacher while ho is talking talld Thss Thsssermon These Thesesermon TbestHrmon e
sermon sketches arc avid at the close of orthe o othe ofthe f
the service serviceLast sarvleeLast
Last Friday night there was a Gov Govreds Gospel Gospelparade Go pel pelprade pe
parade paradeor reds which draw drQ crowds Dr Spoon Speonsr
er < sr accompanied by the organist and andc d cor cornottet con r rnetlat
nottet followed by three tbr6 boys with withdrums withdnsnts wl
drums and toy t oy o in turh lay nearly nearlyOthers TM TMothers it itothors
others made Hlde a tour of or several vera1 squarss squarssstopping Iquarustopping 01sT 01sTstopping
stopping at throe different points to con conduct eondoct ¬
duct a song service and then returning returningto regrrnJn regrrnJnte s
to the h hrfed tent Each of the marchers rcbori car carried carried ¬
ried a song book bobkCommencing bookCommencing bo k kCommencing
Commencing Sunday July 31 Rev R6V1 R6V1C RevC A AC x
C Brunflage of Denver will be in charge chargeof cbrglof chargof a
of the work Dr Spooner goes to Phila Phtladelphla Philadelphia Phila Philadelphia ¬
delphia for two weeks to take part in the theGospel tbeGospel th thGaspel o
Gospel campaign there and then to the theseashore theseashore th thseashore e >
seashore for a brief vacation vacationAMEEICAHS vacationAMERICANS
AMERICANS NOT IN DANGER DAtfGEESltnntion DANGERSJtnntJon
Sltnntion In KIcnraRua Quiet lava SnvnlOfficer 1
Officer Reports HcportAmericans Rcvort8AmorJcan8 ReportsAmericans
Americans and American property In InNICaragua I n t
Nicaragua are In no danger accordla accordlato according accordingr g
to a ft a statement given out at the State Do Dopartmont Dotment D fi < r
fia
partmont tment yesterday o8terd after the rocolp of a areport
report from Commander H 1C It Hines iln e ot otthe of of oftho t
the gunboat Tacoma now near Blue Bluefiolds Blu
fields fioldsCommandoI
Commander Hines says the Madrlz xvar xvarship we weship r rshIp
ship Venus is s scouting south of of Blue Bluefields Bluefields Biu Biufields t +
fields The State Department knows knowsnothing knowsnothing know knownothing s
nothing of the Teportod repo tO1 arrival In New NewYork NowYork No NoYork w v
York of two peace ambassadors from fromMadrlz from1Iadrlz fro froMadriz m n
Madrlz
Laborer LnborcrDro1TnlJ Drowns In Creek CreclcFalling CreekFaIlIng CreekFalling
Falling from the bank of Rock Creek Creekat Creokat Cree Creeat k
at Twentyninth street streotnarthwest northwest John JohnBalnea JobnBaines Joh n n
Balnea > a laborer was drowned yester yesterday r
day Tho body we was recovered r overed by two twoworkmen tw o
workmen and taken to tho Georgetown GeorgetoVl1University Georgetd wn a
University Hospital Coroner Nevitt r re returned e i
turned a certificate lot accidental death
WILL STUDY CENS0S CENS0SGerman OENSUSGerman CENSIISerman
German E erman Scientists to Learnan Learn LearnAmerican LearnAmerican
American Amexic AmexicPROPOSE an Methods MethodsPEOPOSE MethodsPROPOSE
PROPOSE REFORMS AT T HOME HOMEiy ROMEDIL HOMEDr4
DIL iy H van der Borffht and Charles CharlonMelslnger Chnrlelllleblnger CharlesMessinger
Melslnger to < o Be Shown Laborsjav LaborsjavIncr Lnbornvfnl LaboraayinL
Incr fnl Devices at Local Bureau Dureauf AfterWhich After AfterWhich AtterVblch
Which They Tho Will Vl11 Inspect Statisti Statistical Stntlstcn Statistical ¬
cal cn Work in Various State StateTwo stateTwo StatesTwo
Two eminent German scientists Dr Rvan R Rvon RVan
Van der Borght and Charles Melsinger Melsingerof elsJnger elsJngerot
of the imperial board of statistics of ofBerlin ofBorlln ofBerlin
Berlin arrived In Washington yesterday yesterdayto
to study American methods of taking tho thocensus thocons thocensus
censusAmbassador census censusAmbassador cons us usAmbossador
Ambassador von Bernatorff has notified notifiedCensus notifiedConsus notifiedCensus
Census Director otor Durand through the theState theState theState
State Department that the Yialtora altor8 willcall will willcall willoall
call upon him and Inspect his censustaking census consustaklng oonsustaking
taking forces The visit Islt Is mode mnd with the theintention theintontlon thelntentlort
intention or obtaining data for proposed proposedreforms proposedretorms proposedrefdrme
reforms In the German system systemThey systemThey systemThey
They will be especially interested in inthe inthe fnthe
the sorting and tabulating machines of oftha ottho ofthe
the Census Bureau There are more than0O than
400 40 4 0O Boml 8omlautomaUc automatlo machines of this char character chatactor charactor ¬
actor now in use here They will also alsowatch alsowatoh alsowatoh
watoh the workings of tho various types typesof typesot typesof
of adding and computing machines inthe in intho Intho
tho departments departmentsla
la Great Scholar ScholarDr ScholnrDr ScholarDr
Dr van vander der Borght is a political economist econ economist economist ¬
omist a native of Potsdam first a student stu student student ¬
dent of theology and later of political politicalscience poUticalsolonc politicalscience
science solonc at Halle In 1SS4 ho was made madesecretary madesecrotary madesecretary
secretary of tho chamber of commerce in inAachen InAachen inAachen
Aachen and in n 1500 accept6d ccept d a similar similarposition similarPOSition similarposition
position in Cologne In 1S82 he was appointed ap appointed ax axpolntod > ¬
pointed ordinary professor of political politicaleconomy politicaleconomy politicaleconomy
economy in tho Technical High School Schoolin SchoolIn Schoolfn
in Aachen In 1SD8 he was elected represontative repre representative ropre8ontaUo ¬
sentative in the jLandtag Landtag for the city of ofMagdeburg otMagdeburg ofMagdeburg
Magdeburg but resigned his seat In 1900 1900to 1900to 1940to
to accept a position in the imperial interior in intorlor IDtorlor
torlor office Appointed in 1000 asgohelmer as asgohelmer assohelmer
gohelmer reglerungsrt and vortragenderrat vortragen vortragenderrat vortragenderrat
derrat in the Imperial interior l terlor office he heconducted heconducted heconducted
conducted the investigation of German Germankartells Germankartells
kartells In May loot he was made madepresident madopr8lldont
president of the imperial statistical office officein officeIn omeein
in Berlin In addition to numerous con contributions contributions contributions ¬
tributions to scientific periodicals he has haswritten haswritten haswritten
written a large number of works on eco econonite economIC
nonite subjectsPresident subjects subjectsPresident subjectsPreeldont
President van an der Borght and HerrMefsinger Herr HcrrMalslnger HerrM8IsIngcr
Malslnger have already Investigated the theStatistical thestaUaUoal
Statistical systems in England France Franceand Franceand
and Norway After completing their work workin workIn workfn
in Washington a hlngton they will visit certain certainStates cortalnStatos certainStates
States in which there are statistical bu bureatia J > u ureatlJ
reatia reau of international reputation reputationINJUNCTION tJputationINJUNCTION
INJUNCTION IS DENIED DENIEDCourt DENIEDCourt DENIEDCourt
Court Allows Ana Riding Company omvnn7 to toBuild toDuJtd
Build New Stable StableAt StnbleAt
At a 8 hearing yesterday 08tor 8 Justice Wrightdischarged Wright Wrightdischarged WrightJlCbarged
discharged the rule issued against the theWashington theWasblngton theWashington
Washington Riding Company at the in instance Instance ¬
stance of Mrs lrs Elizabeth M Hill and anddenied anddenlod
denied the Injunction asked to prevent preventth preventthe
th the company from transforming into a aclub aclub
club and stables the building formerly formerlyu formerlyIH4 forrnerl
IH4 u d tea a ft 8 garage RaragaIn s sIn
In its answer to tho rulo tho Wash Washington WubIngton ¬
ington Riding Company declared that It Itis I IIs
is organized as 8 a club of persons of botfl botflexes bo bolexea
sexes exes interested lntere tod in riding driving and andklndrod a d dklndrod dkindred
klndrod amusements and that in the thepurchase tbepurchuo
purchase and remodeling of the property propertyat
at Twentysecond and P streets E400000 E400000fa 100060 lroGCIOIs 100060Is
Is to be expended It denies any an Inten Intention IntontJon lntentbn ¬
tion to run a public livery UVer stable or to tocountenance tooountcnance tocountenance
countenance any nuisance whatever whateverBAITS whateverI whateverBANK
BANK REVISION REVISION SOUGHT SOUGHTAtlanta SOUGHTAtlnntn SOUGHTAtlnntn
I
Atlnntn Anfloclntlon Atlo lntion Wants nntlt to Form FormZVeiv FormXe FormNew
New Xe Organization OrganizationX OrgnnlzntlonSecretary
X Secretary MacVeagh has received let letters letters
ters at the Treasury Department from theritlRnta the theAthuita theAtlanta
Atlanta Currency Association asking for a arevision arevlaton
revision of its I I bylaws blav so that the Ald AldrichVreeland Aldrich
richVreeland rich Yreoaand act of IMS may tray be com complied coinplied om ompiled ¬
Tth TthThis ti tiTh
plied lith lithThis
This Th act provides prokl l for the organization organizationof
of banks into a national currency aaeo aaeociation a860elation aaeoelation
elation to make possible pos lble the Issuance of ofadditional otadditional
additional currency currenc during financial financialcrises flnanclalcrises nanck11crlos
crises Other banks throughout the thecoun coun cOuntr
try tr have written Secretary MacVeagh MacVeaghfor
for t for c information regarding the methods of oforganization oforganization
organization organizationPOPE or Izntton
POPE GRANTS INDULGENCEWnnlrington INDULGENCE INDULGENCEVn j jWnnhlnffton
Wnnhlnffton Vn blnJfton Catholics May ny Partake Partakeof Pnrt ke keof
of Special PrlvllcRCs PrlvllcRCsThe PrldleJtcRThe
The following letter from Cardinal CardinalGibbons
Gibbons was 5 given out yesterday utord by b bRev by
Rev William JlUam T Russell pastor of SL St StPatricks
Patricks Church ChurchThe ChurchThe ChurchTho
The holy father has recently issued l 8ued a aproprio aproprio aproprio
proprio motu conferring the extraordinary extraordinaryprivilege extraordlnarrprivIlege extraordinaryprivilege
privilege of the portluncula on all who whohave whohave
have contritely confessed and approached approachedn
the holy table praying according to the theintentions theIntentions
intentions of his h1 holiness I hereby desig desl deslnate
nate SL Matthews and St Patricks as asthe
the churches to bo visited In n Washington
and the days for gaining the indulgence indulgenceAugust IndulgenceAugust
August 6 and 7 7
rvEiLOWSTONE YELLOWSTONE PARK PARKTHE PAR PARTHE
THE CLIMAX OF THE SUMMERS SUMMERJS OUTING OUTINGA
A Stage Ride of 145 Miles in Five Days Through the Heart Heartof Heartof Heartof
of Hatufe Three Days Along the Pacific and andFive andFive andPine
Five Days in the Canadian Rockies PlockiesYellowstone RockiesYellowstone Rockiesy
Yellowstone y Park is the most interesting area of land in theworld the theworld theworl
world worl
worldThe
The Rocky Mountains of Canada contain the grandest scen scenery scenery scencry ¬
ery in North America AmericaA AmericaA AmericaA
A 21DAY TOUR LEAVES AUGUST 15 15A 15A 15A
A booklet with complete description and rates will be furnislied fur furnished furnished ¬
nished by Ticket Agents B M V 1 Newbold D P A Fifteenth and andG andG andG
G streets Washington or will be sent by mail on application to toGeo toGeo toGeo
Geo W V Boyd General Passenger Agent Broad Street Station StationPhiladelphia StationPhiladelphia StationPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Philadelphia88DER PhiladelphiaUNDER PhiladelphiaUfiQR
UNDER THE PERSONALLYCONDUCTED SYSTEM SYSTEMOF SYSTENPENNSYLVANIA
OF THE THEPENNSYLVANIA THENSLVANIA
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reading about the goodness of Pabst PabstFamous PabstFamous Pabstfamous
Famous Milwaukee Beer BeerBut BeerBut Beeriy
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s y t j But there thereis is small satisfaction in the mere reading mm mmdaims
If re you are one of the few who have not put our ourr <
r claims to the test do o it today Try a bottle of ofPabst ofPabst ofPabst
Pabst PabstMilwaukee PabstMilwaukee PabstMilwaukee
Milwaukee Beer BeerYou
You be the judge We want you to note its clear clearamber clearamber clearamber
amber color colora1 coloralways always ys undimmed no matter how cold We Wewant Wewant Wewant
want you to realize realize that delicate hop flavor and agreeable agreeablesmoothness agreeablesmoothness agreeablesmoothness
smoothness you have not enjoyed before in beer beerThe beerThe beerThe
The appetizing taste of the hops bopsthe the delightful bouquet bouquetof
of Pabst Famous Milwaukee Beer will immediately decide decidehe decidehe decidehe
he beer question for you youLook youLook youLook
Look for the Pabst trademark on each and every
bottle bottleit it insures insures purity quality and satisfaction satisfactionJust satisfactionJust saEisfactionJust
Just phone the dealer whose name appears below belowPabst belowPabst belowFabs
Pabst Brewing Company
7O3705 703 705 N Capitol St N E ETelephone E ETelephone ETelephone
Telephone Lincoln 1431
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OLD SWINDLE WORKED WOKKEDForcntvllle WORKEDForelltvlUe WORKEDForestville
Forcntvllle Man Falls l nll Victim to toExprcsw toExpreSJI toExpress
Express Package Game GameJohn GanuJohn GnnreJohn
John Renwick of otForeetvlUe Foreetvllle Md lost lost1C 108ti1i lostSi1S
Si1S i1i 1C by the oldtime express expr package packageswindle pacageindh packageswindle
swindle indh yesterday The police poll are search searching searchIng searching ¬
ing for the swindle otndlcl who found Ren Renwick Renwickpre Renwickeasy wick wickeasy
easy prey preyIttawfck pre preRtaw1ck preyRercwktk
Ittawfck met the stranger in Louisiana Louialanaanu Louisianaavenue Louisianaavmtie
avenue avmtie anu near Tenth street and cheerfully cheerfullyaaeantod oheertultyu cheerfullyassented
assented u nte4 to the proposition made After Aftersearching AfteraoarcJtlng Aftersoarciling
searching around Union Station for some somehours soraehoursor somehoatfor
hours hoursor for the package he became con convlncaa conlnc3ea convinceti
vlncaa lnc3ea that there had been a mistake in inthe Inthe Mthe
the name given him Returning to where wherehe wherehe here hereh
he h had left the man ho could find nd no noone noone noone
one He then sought the police policeBOY J01lceBOY policeBOYVANDALS
BOY BOYVANDALS VANDALS GO FREEDischarged FREE FREEDlsclmrKcrt FREEDlllclmrJ
Discharged DlllclmrJ 11 After Being Convicted Convictedof Con lcted lctedof
of Destroying Art Work WorkConvicted WorksConvicted orklJ orklJConvicted
Convicted ot breaking into the studioof studio studioof studloot
of Max Weyl at Fourteenth street and andNew andNa andew
New Na ew York avenue northwest and lid de destroying detr01lnb deatroying ¬
stroying several 59 eral hundred dollajra dollo s worth worthot worthot worthof
ot paintings and furniture four small smallboys smallboys smallboys
boys were discharged in the Juvenile JuvenileCourt J revenUe revenUeCourt venife venifeCourt
Court yesterday upon promise from fro rom their theirparents theirparents theirparents
parents to pay pa the damage and to keep keepcareful keepcaretul keepcareful
careful watch over thorn in n the future futureThe futureTh futureThe
The Th boys George Moore John Jett JettHarvty JettHarvey rettH
Harvey H y Johnson and and Henry Honr Jett en entered entered entered ¬
tered Wcyls studio and after slashing slashingsororo1 slashingItyerol slashingsovernl
sororo1 valuable canvases C8D8s S smeared paint paintabout painta1out painta
about a out the place The damage is esti estimated estlted eatited ¬
mated ted to amount to about = 1000EXCURSIONS 1000 1000EXCURSIONS 1001EXOURSIONS
EXCURSIONS EXOURSIONSA
A sea a trip up the coast to New York or orBoston orBaton orBoston
Boston is an outing both delightful and andhelpful andhelpful andhelpful
helpful at this season of the year eor Ar Arrangements Arran Arrangements ¬
rangements ran ement5 made by the Norfolk and andWa andWashington
Washington Wa blngton Steamboat Compan with withOld
Old Dominion and Merchant and Miners Minerslines Miners Minerslines Minerslines
lines giving service out of Norfolk en enable enable enable ¬
able local people to enjoy such a sea se trip tripconvcnlentl tr trconvenientl5
conveniently convcnlentl and Inexnensit inexpensively els Through Throughtickets ThroughUCketg Throu g
tickets are offered orr red from this city dt cover covering coverIng coverIng ¬
ing transportation to Norfolk and stato statorooms statorOQms statero
rooms ro frnm ms and meals as well as passage passa e
from that port ort to Gotham and th the Hub
Daily sallings sailings are made from fr om this thi s port
by the Norfolk and Washington boats
leaving Seventh street wharf at 645 G 6 p m
Tickets and an information may be had at
the uptown office If lce 70 Fourteenth street streetor streetOr streetor
or at Seventh street wharf wharfHundreds whartHundreds wharfHundreds
Hundreds escape the sultry heat of
town by riding out to Chevy Che Chase Lake
these evenings Concerts are given by a
largo section of the famous Marine Band Bandunder Bandunder Bardunder
under the tl ta bat baton on of the assistant leader
Motion pictures bowling shooting danc ¬
ing and other amusements are also on n
hand for those who favor them themlUARRIAGE themMARRIAGE xj xj3IAHRIAGE
MARRIAGE LICENSES LICENSESJohn LICE LICENSESJohn SES SESJohn
John BJltogton 2T and Gl G1enn nna E Pace 23 botk botkot bet botof betof h
of Richmond Va h Her er Benjamin F Bitttegw
James J Dooliag DooI Dg 48 4 and Ada I L Dele 2 a 6 Rer
William I McKee McKmaejr McKmaejrB fcKIftD fcKIftDTha1V mey
B Tha1V MV Cock 26 S S and M llimlo mlo WUUunr 3 Her
JIMM M Little LittleKniwt LittleRnt LittleRnieet
Kniwt F Lebolo lo 22 2 and Annie Simon 19 19of both bothof bothof
of Kfchmond Va Her iKnatkp I tkts Fealy Fea1 Fea1RI
Richard RI rd Deny nUT 22 of f St Stll1fon brf County Va aDd n
LiUtan I Mastiip 21 of Spottarlvania SpoU Jlnnllo Count County Va v a
neT J M Little LittleJohn LIWeJnbo LittleJohn
John S Mud rd a and EsteWa L I Stare J2 2 botl botlof boUJ botof
of Alexandria AinnudrlaCounty Goon Va neT F W W V Jehwoa
Bernard Soutnworth 22 and Hujrletta Goodbodr
18 of NAT N sr York R nil Rev r J M Little LlUkWilliam IJukWUUam
William E Cecil 49 and Blanche W Jeyce 32 3
both of ABM Aroadel 1nI County tr Md Id Bar ne Will WUltem
V Tudnr TudnrJohn TudvJohn TudrJohn
John B Lawkr 22 and Margaret ReiHi ReI1bc yf Rer
W T Ruwsll RuwsllFrancU RtllMllFrancis RrlseeUFrande
Francis J Gender 52 6of of Cumberland Md a and
Grace G M ODenogiwc OD c fl ReT Jastoh F McG McGee e
John B Glasses GIea aDd Lank M II Brosoaba DnI5 1I as 27 i
Ker T J Kenrick KenrickIsaac Kenrickbue KendckIsaac
Isaac N OpponJwimcr 36 and Helen I Amansm
SO ZOo Rer Lwiia Lu + iis Stem StemGeorge StemGeorge SternGeorge
George Maltawk 22 of New cW Castle Pa PL and a tad
KreHne Coorab 22 of Boston Mass ReT J M tadI I
Little
COLORED COLOREDRichard COLOREDRichard COLOREDRichard
Richard Robinson 22 2 and Annie Givens mTC 19 Rer R
J James IUDe8 Robin Robinson RobinsonRobert RoblnfooRobert on onRobert
Robert Austin U and Lartolx Jones 24 R Rtr
I M W D Norman NormanHarry NormaHarry NormanBarry
Harry JOliet 22 and Sera Fletcher 18 R Bet er
William D NarlorLargest Narlor NaylorLargest arlor arlorLargest
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Largest Morning Circulation CirculationV
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IT COSTS 2463 A HEAD HEADFOR HEADFOR HEADFOR
FOR CITY GOVERNMENT
Tho CeDaWi C enstisBi enstisBisome Bureau made public yea 309Mta yeaterday
terday ta some ome i intc interesting oresiing figures ftgur showing showingwhat sbowlngbat shortingwhat
what bat it coats to run US of the largest largestcities Ju largestcities eet eetCUlM
cities in the United StatesThe States StatesThe StatesTho
The figures were WOI for the year eM ttK 15 and aadcovered andcovered Del Delcoorod
covered the maintenance and Del operattoa operattoaof operatfoaof
of of 0 all city departments The total far farthe twthe frythe
the 153 cities was about 405W9eea 405W9eeaThe 400010000The
The expenses e PeM68 of o the government g < < WeFlUfteat of ofPhiladelphia ofPhiladelphia ofPhiladelphia
Philadelphia were less than onefourth onefourthof
of those of New Ne York City Boston was wasthe wasthe
the only city whose whosepoDHISboWeeia whosepoDHISboWeeiablgher expenses showed WUJ a ahigher ahigher
higher per capita CIt average enlge Tho BOLOIt BOLOItfigures Bo t8ft t8ftfigures
figures figure wore f7JS Zl iS New York earn came eecond sec secend
end on with a per capita average of 1171REA1 52471 n nREn
BEJSE ESTATE NOTES NOTESGardiner NOTESGcdlnoI NOTESGardinor
Gardiner dr r D Dent nt have sold for w OwurtoB OwurtoBW 0Iar1eBW CharleaW
W King Jr premises MS3 14S Newton street streetnorthwest s streetnorthwest eet eetnorthwe
northwest northwe t one of a row ro of four fOll new newhouses Dewhousos newhouses
houses under construction The houe hoUse is ofcolonial of ofcolonial orcolonial
colonial design de lgJI is a twostory brick and andcontains andcontains D Dcontains
contains seven rooms and bath bat heated heatedby heatedby tM tMI
I by hot water hardwood interior finish ftnishhardwood ftl finishhardwood Sh Shhardwood
hardwood floors oors gas and electric lights lightsThe 1IghtsThe lightsThe
The consideration was 88 GIJOTher 6000They 60M r rThey
They have also sold to John ODonoghuo ODono ODonoghuo ODoDogbuo
ghuo premises emlse 441 Newton street northwest north northwest 1HXthwest ¬
west a a twostory brick house containing containingsix
six rooms aiB a iU tiled bath th cellar under underentire UD underentire er eronUre
entire house heated by hot water front frontand frontand lODt lODtand
and rOAr porches The T1Ie4t let has a front frontage froatage frontage ¬
age of 3L 2H zi14 feet by a depth of Ml f feet feetThe feetThe t tThe
The purchaser intends to occupy thepremises the thepremises thepremises
premises as a home The consideration considerationwas considerationwas
was 4250 4250The UiOThe 42x0The
The twostory brick dwetng dweU lg g at 6K 6KLament GI1LamGnt G7Lamont
Lament street str u t has been sold by Harry HarryVardman HarryWardman HarryWardmau
Vardman through Shannon k LuebsThe Lochs LochsThe I acb acbTho
The house contains six rooms and ad bathis bath bathis
is new and has all modern in inQKove inQKovements imlwovements rove rovementa
ments The consideration was 137 i 37tl MrsAnna Mrs MrsAnna MrsAnna
Anna C Walker alker who purchased the theproperty theproport3 theproperty
property will Hl hold the same as an In Investment Snvcstment investment ¬
vestment vestmentStory vcstmentStory vestmentStory
Story 4 Cobb report the sale of or the theresidence theresidence theresidence
residence on the south side of R street streetwest streetwest streetwest
west of TwentyseconC for ffi6DO eoe The Theproperty Theproperty
property has a frontage along S street streetof skeetot streetof
of about JM feet eetand and th the lot is consid considerably consldorahly coneidorahly ¬
orahly above grade being supported bya by bya bya
a a retaining wall The house was built builtabout buntabout builtabout
about a a year ago by b St St George Geor e Tucker Tuckerand Tuckerand Tuckerand
and it was reported at that time that he hewould hewould
would occupy it it as his Washington Washingtonhome Washingtonhome Washingt on
home Tie The name name of dr the purchaser has hasnot hasnot hasnot
not beQmade beon iriade public publicImprovements pu publicImprovements lIc lIcImprovements
Improvements going on at the City CityHall CJt CJtHall Ci CiHall
Hall In the offices of the recorder o odeeds of ofdeeds r rdeeds
deeds are said to be causing some som delay delayIn deln delnIn +
In completing property deals duo to the thefact tlofact th thfact en e
fact that the search of records has be betn betntemporarl1 bee beetemporarily n ntemporarily
temporarily suspended The steel racks rackahave rackshave ra rahave
have been removed in order to permit of oflaying otla o olaying t
laying la lng a new ne newt floor floor in the ofk offlogs o s and th threcords the therecords therecords
records are n consequence in such suchshape suebshape sue sueshapa h
shape as not to be available for refer reference reterence referanco ¬
ence for a a few days At most t the delay delaywill delaywill dais daiswill y
will not nM be long and it t will perhaps tai fall fallas tallas 1
1y
as light in the month of July as at any anytime an antlmo anttrno y
time in the th yearWntoh year yearWatch yearWatoh
Watch for a City at at 11 Handle Highlands HighlandsPoolroom HighlandsPoolroom
Poolroom Lose Telephone TelephoneManagers TelephoneManagors TelephoneManagers
Managers of the racing poolroom at atKenllworth atKenllworth a aKenthvorth t
Kenllworth are up in the air beau beauof because becauseof becAUseof ee
of tho refusal of tlje 110 Chesapeake md Po Potomac Potomac Potomac ¬
tomac Telephone Company to furnish furnishservice furnishscnke Earn Earnservice t3h
service for getting the race returns it from fromNew fromNew one
New York York tracks tracksThe The phones were die dieConnected dt dtconnected dieconnected
Connected connected yesterday and business at the thepoolroom the1oohoom th thpoolroom e
poolroom was stopped
and Washington third with a a percaptt percapttaverage per percapitaaverage 7 pit pit8VKage
average of uusThe i31E3The J2JC3 J2JC3Tha
The city of over M 100000 OOD population showteg stew stewing w wi ¬
i lag the smallast smalle t running expcm expesaeea xpeas es s wasNew wasNew was wasNew
New Oriens Orleans 011 whooa per 1 capita averagewss average averageWAS avcA
i WAS SSS1t UlI MIhvaalce was a a dose else a sec second eecond ee ee10M ¬
10M ond while BaHfanonl showed a a par capita capitaThe capitaa capitaaverage
average a enp or only 1U4 iUlThe 1U4I
I The T maintenance maIIIte ance of schools tests o ts more morethan morei morethan
i than any 7 other municipal function while wbfJei whiletie whilethe
i the protection ot life and property by bytbe bytbeI thepolice the thepottee
I police are Ire and ad associated departments departmentswsts departm rata ratawas
was second In cost costThe CDIItTIM costThe
The ins financial acial trans transactions ctions of U the ISIlaTg ISIlaTgest 1IIJaQI 16 larg largeet
I est cities dO considered involves the receipt receiptand receiptlaud receiptsad
laud i and expendttw expendlttih te IMS of 150000000 150000000MORE U50ttO U50ttOMORE U5O I Ii
i MORE MORE PRACTICE PRACTICE gE R R sOLDIERS sOLDIERSI OEDIERS OEDIERSMaryland OLDIERSJlaryland
I
f Maryland Gamp to Follow aianou 3ianouveraat aianouvcra Ianou IanouI IanouVcrs
I Vcrs veraat at t Gcttysbiiirs GcttysbiiirsAs GcttyabiuG Y
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