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AEROS MAY FLY HERE HEREChamber HEREClIambel HEREChamber
Chamber of Commerce Bears Bearsof hearsof ears earsof
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Tho executive committee of the Cham Chamber ChaRIbor Chznbar ¬
bar of Commerce yesterday was impressed impressedfavorably hnpreesedfavorabl Impressedfavorably
favorably favorabl by plans for an aviation meet meetto meetto meetto
to be held the lint week in November Novemberat
at Banning race track J S Berger Ber er of ofNew orNow ofNew
New York a professional promoter of ofsuch orueh ofsuch
such ueh meet spoke before the committee committeein
in furtherance or the project projectMr projectMr projectMr
Mr Berger proposed a tenday tond meat meatfollowing meottOllowlng meetfollowing
following election day cay in November and andoffered aDdotCerOd andoffered
offered to partially finance the proposi proposition proJICNIItJon propoeltlon ¬
tion He H said Sd most mo t of the worldfamous worldfamousaviators worldfamousYlators worldfamousaviators
aviators would compete Denning race racetrack racetrack racetrack
track h0 Mid al would be excellent for forthe forthe forthe
the purpose purpo e being just ju t as good an avia aviation Amtlon aylation ¬
tion park as the one now in use at Boston BostonThe BcNttonThe BostonThe
The proposed meet meets according to Mr MrBerger 11jerger MrBerger
Berger would cost co t approximately I5O 86000 86000of IUOQof Q Qot
of which amount AmGUn he asks the th Chamber Chamberof
of Commerce to put up 16000 offering to totake totake totake
take care of the remaining 20010 himself himselfIf hlnwoJI
If I this proposition should not b be accepta acceptable acceptable acceptable ¬
ble he proposed propo od that the Chamber of ofCommerce orCommerce ofCommerce
Commerce finance the undertaking and andtake Ant1take andtake
take all II the profits Mr Berger De er proposes proposesto
to promote the meet and obtain aviators aviatorswho avIatorswho aviatorswho
who are now flying flyln at the HarvardBos HarvardBoston ¬
ton meet meetJohnson meetJobn meetJohThsofl
Johnson Jobn on Seymour and Baldwin who whoare whoar whonr0
are ar employed by the Wrights can be besigned bosigned besigned
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among the best of aviators Grahame GrahameWhlte yrahame yrahameVhlte 9rahameWhite
White of London who has made such sucha uch ucha
a name In Boston during the past week weekand weekand weekand
and yesterday yostda flew over the th harbor and andHamilton andHamlltGn andHamilton
Hamilton Wlllard Curtis Curt and Harmon Harmoncan Harmoncan Harmoncan
can be brought here A Washington WaahlngtonBaltlmore WashingtonBaltimore uhngtOft uhngtOftBaltimore
Baltimore flight for a puree of WCOOi WCOOiMr U4OOMr 11 11Mr
Mr Borger figures would dd be an excellent exoelientoffer exoeUOIItoffer excellentOffer
offer for aviatdrs Avlat rs as well as a stellar stellarattraction stellarAttraction stellarattraction
attraction attractionNo AttractionNo attractionNo
No action was taken by the Up committee committeewho commlUeewho committeewho
who agreed that the Chamber of Com Commerce Commerce Cornmerce ¬
merce merce as a body bod would hav have to ct on onte onproposition
te 8 proposition pro HNIIUon Next Tuesday TuOlMla Mr Ber Berger Berg61 Beegor ¬
ger will 111 submit his plane in writing to totho tGtho tothe
tho Chamber a as a whole wholeGOOD wholeGOOD boa boaGOOD
GOOD COOK HE MUST BE BEDoent BEDoebnt BEOelJnt
Doent OelJnt Have Re to Look Like Picture Picturein
in the Hook HookA UookA BookA
A good cook is the object of prayer at atthe Rtthe atthe
the Occoquan convict camp Supt Whit Whittaker Whittaker Whitlaker
taker has been be on searching Washington and andvicinity andIclnlty andvicinity
vicinity for this scarce article but has hasbeen baaboon hasboon
boon unsuccessful unsuce IMCul so far Mr r Whlttaker Whlttakersays Whittakersays
says 188 ho wants a man who not only can cancook cancook cancook
cook and bake but must be something of ofa ota ofa
a disciplinarian Aided by b tho prayers prayersof prayersot prayersof
of his hi prisoners the superintendent hopes hopesto hopesto hopesto
to find some eligible person Ja the next nextfew nextfew nextfew
few days daysFIVE dasrnE day dayFIVE
FIVE ENGINEERS APPOINTED APPOINTEDWill
Will TIll iiI Cooperate with Illinois In InOpening InOlenlng inOpening
Opening New cw Waterway WaterwayThe VnterxrfiyTho Vntern VnternTho
Tho War Department has appointed five fiveprominent SI SIprominent ftvsprominent
prominent engineers in t cooperate coo tnlte with withthft withthn
thft State of Illinois In opening a water waterway waterway waterway ¬
way from tho mouth of tho Illinois River Riverto RI Riverto YO YOto
to Lockport 111 111The IIIThe IllThe
The engineers are Gen GonW W H Blxby Blxbyphlef Blxb Blxbphl Bixbyphief
phlef phl r of Engineers En lneers Col C MeD lcD Town Townsenj Town8on Townsen
senj 8on stationed at Detroit Maj Charles CharlesKeller CharlesKeller CharisKeller
Keller stationed at Rock Island Maj MajJames 1aJJames MJJames
James B Cayahaogh Cafa augh assistant tant to t tho thoChief thoChlot tireChiof
Chief of Engineers Engineers and John Bogart i ihydraulic a ahydraullc ahydraulic
hydraulic engineer of New York YorkThe YorkThe YorkThe
The board which will meet in Wash Washington wraIngton Washington ¬
ington soon to outline its work is ap appointed appointed appointed ¬
pointed under the rivers and harbors harborsact barbOrSact harborsact
act authorizing the Federal government governmentj governmentthrough governmentthrough
j through the War Department DOp rtment to co cooperate 00opcrato oooperate ¬
operate with States In bettering and mak making makInG inaking ¬
ing navigable waters In or adjacent to tothelc totbclU6rrltory totheiLierritory
thelc tbclU6rrltory tbclU6rrltoryPRINTERS theiLierritoryPhINTERS errltory errltoryPRINTERS
PRINTERS PhINTERS ELECT ARNOLD ARNOLDSnccccdii ARNOLDSucccecll1 ARNOLDSucceeds
Snccccdii Late James E Bright an anColumbia aftColumbIa asColumbia
Columbia Union Treasurer TreasurerColumbia TrenllurerColumblo TreasurerColumbia
Columbia Typographical Union No 101 Mlheld 101held 101held
held a special election yesterday A J JArnold JArnold JArnold
Arnold was chosen treasurer trootm er to fill the thevacancy thevaeAMY thevacancy
vacancy caused by the death of ofBright J tamOlJ me B BBright EBright
Bright BrightThere BrightThore BrightThere
There were 1127 votes otes cast Mr Arnold Arnoldreceiving AmokIrecolvlnG Arnoldreceiving
receiving 586 and James R Armstrong Armstronghis
his opponent it2 42 giving the success successful SUCCe8tlrul successful ¬
ful candidate a majority of 43 43Watch 043Watch 43Watch
Watch for a City at Randle Highlands HighlandsLOCAL HlghlandlLOCAL HighlandsLOCAL
LOCAL MENTION MENTIONEXCURSIONS MENTIONEXCtm MENTIONEXCURSIONS
EXCURSIONS EXCtm IONS TODAY TODAYNorfolk TODAYNorfolk TODAYNoffolk
Norfolk and Washington Steamboat Corapanji CorapanjiComfort ComPnJsteamers Compnjaeteamers
steamers from foot or Sefcnth Itrtet for Old Point PointComfort PointComfort
Comfort and Norfolk orfolk Jail 11117 at 613 p Po m mEtcanMr me meStcamer zuEtcanlar I
EtcanMr Charles MacalNter for Mount Vemon Vemonlearn VericnleIres nnon nnonlClffl
learn Seventh street wharf at 10 a m and 200 200p 230pm 228p
p pm pmStl8mer m mStrainer xnSteamer
Strainer for Colonial Beach leatea ltaT Seventh street streetwiiarf etreetwharf reet reetwbarf
wharf ercry fery ery day except Saturdar 9 a m Satin Satarday Satindel t tdaY
day St John 230 p m mCan mCus inCar
Can Car from nun Fifteenth street and New York areue areuetrery uenulnUJ ayen ayenteen
trery teen quarter Sour for Zoo Park Chery Chase and andKenalneton a andKeneinaton d dKrDllfolrton
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Cbeupeake CbI51 k Beach Bracbattwater saltwater bathing Cars from from15th from15th from15th
15th and N Y are areWashington af afWlSlt1ngton areWashington
Washington Baltimore and Annapolis Railway UaUwa UaUwaDaltlmore Rall RallBaltimore
Baltimore Annapolis Chesapeake Cllr apeAke By resorts At Atlantic AtlanUc Atlantlo ¬
lantic City Cars erery erer half hour 15th and N Y Yare yate
I are areCan ueC Can C < < rs from 15th H its na ne 1 ie White House Sta Station BtlUo 81 81tio ¬
Uo tion hourly oo half liii hoar except croiy eTCI half hour hourS
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E H Snydor Co TaUors jiLl Pa Paave Paayo Paave
ave are making up a numbnr of odd pat patterns patterns patterns ¬
terns in medium weight fabrics at actual actualcost actualcost actualcost
cost of production Call and investigate investigatePcrfccl Invl investigatePerfect > 6t1gate 6t1gatePerfect
Perfect In Oy Oyster t r CooklriV cooJd J
Phlla Oyster Chop House 518 nth nw nwRctnilern nwRetnllerll nwRetailers
Retailers to Hcnr Rntlolnh RntlolnhCommissioner RuclollllCommissioner RuilolhCommissioner
Commissioner Cuno H Rudolph has ac accepted accepted accepted ¬
cepted the Invitation of the Retail Mer Merchants Merchants Merchants ¬
chants Association of the Chamber ot ofCommerce otCommerce otCommerce
Commerce to deliver an address addr 58 at Its Itsfirst Itsfirst Itsfirst
first meeting on September 26 26Criterion 26Criterion G GCriterion
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THINGS TO EAT EATON EATON EATOt
ON Ot THE OTHER SIDE SIDEJoe SIDEJoe SIDEJoe
Joe Hillman Tells Te11 of Menus Menusin Menusin Menusin
in European Capitals CapitalsPAHIS CapitalsP CapitalsI CapitalsPARIS I
PARIS P AItIS CHEFS HEAL ARTISTS AETISTSFrench ARTISTSFrench ARTISTSFrench
French Cooking la Gains to floral Dominate Domlnate floralnate ¬
nate the World VorldDecaUlic Because It Pleases lleRJIcathe Pleasesthe Pleiwcnthe
the Palate and the Eye at the theSame theSnme theSame
Same TEme TinieIn In England the Sole Solela Soleb SoIeIs
la the th Greatest Delicacy DelicacrSome DeUencTSomo DelicacySome
Some men go goto to Europe Europeto to see the plo pictures plotures piethree ¬
tures In the art galleries some to ad admire admire admire ¬
mire the scenery scener and some for the simple simplepurpose simplepurpose simplepurpose
purpose of recreation recreationMr recrootlonMr recreationMr
Mr Joel Hillman of this city went to toEurope toEuropo toEurope
Europe for all of thca those things and more moreHe morelIe moreHe
He wanted to see how the foreigners ate ateand ateand ateand
and lived and whether the things which whichwere whichwere whichwere
were prepared for the epicures were really reallybetter reallybetter reallybetter
better than tho food served In American Americanfashion Americanfashion Americanfashion
fashion Aa tho result of his trip abroad abroadhe abroadhe abroadhe
he has learned many things thingsFirst thingsFSrst thingsFirst
First of all he said to a a reporter of ofTho ofThe ofThe
The Washington Heruld yesterday yesterdaythink I Ithink 1think
think It may be said without fear of con contr contradictIon contradiction
tr tradictIon ad lotion that French cooking is likely likelyto likelyto likelyto
to dominate dominate the world With the French Frenchthe Frenchthe Frenchthe
the art of cooking is an art pro and andsimple andsImple andsimple
simple They make a study of the sim simplest simplest aimplast ¬
plest dishes and they strive to please the thepalate thepalate thepalate
palate and tho eye at the same time I Iremenjbor IrcmeIQbor Iremerbor
remenjbor once that wo came back from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the theater to our hotel in London Now NowIn NowIn NowIn
In London everything closes cloll tightly at
1230 oclock Consequently they do not notservo n2t n2tserve ng t tservo
servo an a a la carte supper to the theater theatergoers th Theatelt Theateltgoers ate
goers but a n table dhote menu When Whonwo Whenwo Whenwe
wo picked plcke up the card It was in French FrenchThe FrenchThe FrenchTh5
The waiter who wag wa at our table could couldnot couldnot couldnot
not apeak English Engtl b and even the hoed hoadwaiter hoedwalter headwaiter
waiter who ho came to our assistance spoke spokeEnglish spokeEnglish spokeEnglish
English In a broken manner We might mighthave mighthave mighthave
have bean In Paris so far as our sur surroundings surroundlngs surroundings ¬
roundings were concerned concernedHard concernedHard concernedhard
Hard to Get Distinctive Dishes DlIIllcsIs DishesjI DlnhcniIs
iIs jI Is It tho same way all over the Conti Continent ConUnfnt Contineat ¬
neat nfnti
i nentIt uIt It certainly certalnl is For Instance when whenwo whenI whenwe
I wo roaohod Berlin we expected 6 < poctod to gat gatGerman gatI getGerman
I German dishes di8lJ On the contrary we wefound wefound 0 0found
found a a French chef and nd French d dishes disheud dishesand tehee teheeajtd
and we had to make quite a 8 pilgrimage pilgrimagebeforo pllgrlmaebetoro pilgrimagebefore
before we found tho real Gorman cook cookIng cookIng cooklug
Ing In Vienna it was 188 no different Whoa Whonwe Whoawe Vhenwe
we got to Budapest wo said to ourselves ourselvesthat OU1VNthat ourselvesthat
that we would oulcl get the real Hungarian Hungariangoulash lIun lIungouluh Hungariangoulash
goulash and the other dishes bes with pap paprika pattrib paprika ¬
rika which distinctly 4leUncU belong to tho thocountry thocouatry theDountry
country Not a bit of it It was all allFrench alllrench allFrench
French We flnallr ftnA11 found goulash in a aHungarian aRunprlal1 aHungarian
Hungarian restaurant r n and I give tye you younor 70UDt7 ou ouary
nor word for it that it wits no 1M better betterthan betterthaa bettertIa
than tIa you OU get et in New York or Washing Washington WlUI Washington IAg IAgtoR ¬
ton In other words the Individuality In IYldIttr of ofeach otMdt ofeach
each country C01UItr seems to have disappeared disappearedbefor dl disappearedbefore appoarod appoarodbetora
before the steady toad progress progr of the Fr Frcook French Frenchcook Frenchooo
cook ooo
cookWhat
What was the best thing Wn to eat In InEngland InEnltuacl innglaudr
England nglaudr nglaudrI r rI r
I five e the crown of honor to the solo soloIt soleIt 0 0It
It i Ie the Quest lN8t Hah slt that swims swl and we wehavo weRV8 wehave
have nothing to compare with 1th It It Is Isthe 18tha Isthe
the very glorification of tit flsfc ftI t kind kindWe kindWe dadWe
We have nothing like It here nere English Englishpoultry Eaglhpoultry Englishpoultry
poultry too Is bettor than American AmericanWhen Amerleanhen AmericanWhen
When hen you have said this however you youhave youUfO youhve
have exhausted ex aUltlWt the English Bagl menu They Theyhave Tbeyba Theyhave
have ba YO nothing like our sea eO food They Theyhave Thoyhavo Theyhave
have no oysters 8t0l8 worthy of the name nameand INUII INUIIaDd namand
and while their thetrerabs crabe raD are large I think tJtlAkthey thinkthey thinkthey
they do not compare In sweetness sweeble with withthe withtbe withthe
the Chesapeake CbGMpo ko Bay variety Of course coursethey coursetit coursethey
they tit cannot touch our terrapin and andcanvasback andcanvasbAck andcanvasback
canvasback duck Those delicacies are arein areIn arein
in a class by themselves themselvesPnrin themsekeeParis II IIParl
Paris Parl Co Cooking old up la l Perfection PerfectionWhat IcrfectioDWhat IcrfcctlonWhat
What about ParIs ParteIn ParIsIn ParisIn
In Paris you 00 get the best be t eating c tlng fn fntho tnthe Inthe
the world Wo have h vo only one cjty ty in this thiscountry t1Ibcountr Uriscountry
country countr which can be considered In the thesame theme thesame
same me class and that is New Orleans Orl In InParis InParS InParis
Paris ydu Y U will find the ultimate expres expression oxprealGn oxpresslon ¬
sion of artistic cooking oookin To be sure some somepeople somepenple seinepeople
people will say that there is too little sub substance substance substance ¬
stance and too much sauce but It is isthese isthese Isthese
these sauces auce which give the finishing finishingtouches finlaklDgtouches finishingtouches
touches to each dish Do not expect how however 110 110eer however ¬
ever to get something BOmethlD for nothing In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the best Paris restaurants there are no noprices noprtees noprices
prices upon the menu card They ciiarge ciiargeyou rg rgYOU rge rgeyou
you what the dish Is worth worthYou worthYou worthYou
You are expected ex cted to dine well and then thento thento thento
to make no question quo Uon as a to the amount of ofyour orour ofyour
your our bill The average cost for a a dinner dinnerIn dinnerIn dinnerIn
In Paris It yo yoi 01 i want good dishes Is Isabout isabout
about 5 per plate and the price is not nottoo nottoo nottoo
too high Indeed I found that it was not notworth notworth notworth
worth while to try to economize economizeThe economlzoTbo economizeThe
The price was about the same no nomatter nomatter nomatter
matter what I ordered and the conse consequence consequence conaequenee ¬
quence was that no dinner was a disap disappointment dlSRPOlntmont disappolntmont ¬
pointment Olntmont On the other hand oach meal mealwas mealwas mealwas
was a revelation of tho culinary art A Aman Aman Aman
man could spend a 0 fortune In Paris In Inthe Inthe
the restaurants but he would get more morefor morefor morefor
for his money than In this country countryWhere countryVhere countryWhere
Where People Love to Eat EatWhat EatWhat EatWhat
What is the main difference between betweentho botweontho betweenthe
tho United States and Europe EuropeOne EuropOno EuropeOne
One of the principal differences is cer certainly certalnl cert5InIf
tainly talnl the manner in which people eat oatHere eatHere eatHere
Here It is a a business It Is a part or Qtthe Qtthedjs the thedays th thdays
days routine and is all one with selling sellingstocks 50m sellingstocks g gItocks
stocks or clothes or real estate On tho thoother thoother tiroother
other side eating is a a recreation and a apleasure apleosurll apleasure
pleasure pleasurePeople pleosurllPeople pleasurePeople
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the things sot before them Thp Th do not nothurry nothurry nothurry
hurry in and order something and dls dlspose dlspoiJo dispeso
pose of It In the quickest possible man manner mannel mannor ¬
nor as we are apt to do here hereThey hereThe IlereThey
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American abroad but I think after all allthat ullthat 1l 1lthat
that over there wo Jsarn ham the lesson that thatin thtIn thatin
in our rush and hurry we sacrifice some someof someof someof
of the real pleasures ot life In other otherwords otherwords otherwords
words we come back Impressed with the theIdea theIdea theidea
Idea that nature is to us most generous generousand generousmId generousand
and mId yet we wally do not know how to totake totake totake
take the fullest advantage of her bounty bountyPLACES bountyPLACES bountyPLACES
PLACES OF INTEREST INTERESTLttmij
Library at ConsrcMOptn 9 a Ao m to 10 u ra on onwcular 011secular onsicular
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and on certain holiday Daring July August and andSeptmber andSeptember > nd ndSeptember
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Wtoita House UouseOpen Open 10 a In to 2 p Po m mUnited mUnited inUnited
United States CapitolOpen a a m to 430 431Coreoran p m mCorcoran mCorcoran
Corcoran Gallery Gall or ArtOpen free free Tuesday TuesdayTlnrsday Tn Tuend TuendThrrdsy dl1 dl1TtnrIda1
Tlnrsday Saturday 033amto 13 R m to 1 D Drn m Sunday BundaJJJ
11 to 430 p In Outer days 25c admission admissionState admlsslonState admissionState
State War and Nary departmentsOpen 9 a m mto mto into
to 2 p ro Th The original Declaration of Independ Independence Indcpendtnee Independrace ¬
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from Operating BIj Big < Automobiles AutomobilesJu AutomobileJuatJee AutomobilesJustice
Justice Ju Uce Barnard of tho District Su Supremo Supremo Snpremo ¬
premo Court yesterday issued a a tem temporary tornporary ¬
porary pGrat injunction restraining rMtraJftn the Inter International Interntional InterflLlOfll ¬
national Sightseeing and Transit Com Company Comp Cornpan ¬
pany p pan nr from rom operating itsitos In Wash Washington rasb rasbIngton TashIngton ¬
ington by its present moane Of electrical electricalproptgslon electricalprolMlslon electricalpropsIon
prolMlslon prolMlslonThe propsIonThe proptgslon proptgslonThe
The injunction is Incidental hlcld atal to a a suit for iorcoG
26000 coG damages brought by Richard B BPainton BI BPalnton
Palnton of William W1IIlanwport port Pa who al alleges aIleg 1 1leges ¬
I leges leg the company is infringing on his hispatents hJ hJpatents hispatents
patents The case has been sot ot for Sep September Septombor Septombor ¬
tombor 35 35MOSBYS i iMOSEYS i iMOSBYS
MOSBYS MEN TO MEET MEETAnnnl MEETAnnnl MEETAnnnI
Annnl Reunion Taken Place at atHerndon ntlIerneloD atlferndon
Herndon Va a Tomorrow TomorrovrMoabys Tomorrowo8br8 TomorrowMobrs
Moabys o8br8 Men ien the Fortythird Bat Battalion Battalion Batfallen ¬
talion of Virginia VI nla Cavalry will hold hoUtheir holdtJttlr holdtheir
their sixteenth annual reunion at Horn Horndon Horndon Horndon
don Va tomorrow Col Mosby 1 > prob probably probeably probably ¬
ably will be present to greet the sur survirorx Burylwr survivors
virorx of hta old command commandThe commaMThe commandThe
The invitations to the reunion have havebeen haobeen havebeen
been issued by b Col M H Chapman ChapmanIT Chapmancommander
I commander IT of J S Moeby fMby Camp No NoIM
IM 11 1 Virginia Confederato Veteran who whowas whowas whowag
was lieutenant Ueut nant colonel of the battalion battalionduring battalionduring battalionduring
during the war EIght ot ton members membersof
of the oW command are living in or orabout orAbout orabout
about Washington and they are expect expected expected expectad ¬
ed to attend the rouriton this year yeare yearBAND YElrBAND yearBAND
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RITES FOR EDWARD EDWARDL J J DUFF DTTITFuneral DUFFFuneral DITPPFuneral
Funeral services for Edward J I Duff Duffwho Duffwho
who dlod Wednesday at his homo 2 M Mstreet Mstreet Mstreet
street northeast will bo beheld held from the thefamily thefamily thefamily
family residence tomorrow morning at
930 oclock Requiem high mass will be becelebrated bocelebrated becelebrated
celebrated at St AloysiuB Church ChurchMr ChurchMr ChurchMr
Mr JDuffwas Dutr was a charter member of the thePressmens thePressmens thePressmens
Pressmens Union and for the last ten tenyears tenyears tenyears
years was an employe of the Bureau of ofEngraving ofEngravIng ofEngraving
Engraving and Printing Ho was as born bornIn bornIn bornin
In New YorkCIty YorIrCIt but came to Wash Washington WashIngton WashIngton ¬
ington when a a boy and served his ap apprenticeship apprenticeship apprenticesllip ¬
prenticeship In the Government Printing PrintingOffice PrintingOtflce Printing0181cc
Office He was sixtyfour sL < tYfour years e8rs old oldBulldjng oldnulldhll oldBuilding
Building Permit Issued JRlIJuedBulhlnG IssuedBuIleng
Bulldjng permits amounting to 1275721 1275721were 1Zi5721wero 1275721wore
were Issued IS8U d by the building Inspector dur during durIng during ¬
ing August AugustRepairs AugustRepnlrs AugustRepairs
Repairs to brick buildings amounted to toJ178S2S to1i8S to178sSg
J178S2S 1i8S 178sSg Brick buildings were authorized authorizedto
to the extent 510SO One office building buildingwill buildingwill
will 111 cost ns 125 125The 125000 125000The OO OOThe
The distribution dlstrlbutlonot of the Improvements in inthe Intho Inthe
the various sections of tho District wore wereas woreas woreas
as follows Northeast 534000 southeast
23800 southwest 7500 500 northwest northwestflSTWO northwes1S7t northwestiS7V6o
flSTWO 1S7t iS7V6o > GO county 812480 Repairs amount amounted umountcd amountd ¬
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of picturesque scenery down the Beautiful Po Potomac Potomac Potomac ¬
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stop at historic bi torfe Marshall halt JInllboth lIn11both haltbout
both was Dancing and all nIlaIIiUliementIJ altamusements
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ZVorznnl ormal School Graduates Are En Enrolling EnrollIng Enrolling ¬
rolling Colored Children ChildrenA
A bevy of graduates of Normal School SchoolNo ScbooINo SchoolNo
No 2 yesterday yeatlldq started a a vigorous can canvass caDv canvsus ¬
vass v in the alleys ne7S of o Southwest Washing1 Washing1ton W Wton Wsshiagton
ton fcr the tft enrbtttag Cllr lUng of negro children childrenwho childrenwho
who have bav not DO jes taken advantage dvntg of the thepubHc thepabHc thepnbic
pubHc schote schoteThey scholsThQ scbolsThey
They trudged all day Q from house to tohouse toboose tohouse
house taking the names of every child childwho dllhiI childwho
I who is old enough to attend art school Mrs MrsIda MrsI MrsIda
I Ida Richardson an experienced social socialworker SOCIalworker nodalworker
worker told the young ye ag women at the theStunner theSumner
I Sumner School Seventeenth Sovte lttb and M Mstreets Mlatrests Mstreets
latrests streets that they were undertaking takIal > an anunoeoally aaun satunneiiahly
unoeoally un hard task It hi I estimated ie4 there thereare 1 1are thereare < <
are 5000 5 < < 10 negro nrO children in the District DllKrIotwho Districtwho Districtwho
who do not go to school schoolGlides schoolGudeIt schoolCudes
Glides Homoprown Flowers IFlovrccaSuperb DoTe
Superb specimens fresh fragrant and
long lasting Codes 1214 i F J st stCHOIR 8tCHOIRBOYS atCHOIR
CHOIR CHOIRBOYS BOYS BACK HOME HOMEDelightful HOMEDeUgl1tful ROMEDelightful
Delightful Ten Day Spent in Camp Campon C CampOn mp mpOn
on Severn SevernAfter SevernAfter SevernAfter
After spending a 8 delightful ten days at atLong atLong atLong
Long Point on the Severn River a band bandof 1MuMlot bandof
of St Johns Episcopal Church choir choirboys choirboys
boys reached this city yesterday morn morning mornIng mornlag ¬
ing and are preparing for school for forthe forthe forthe
the winter winterUnder winterUnder winterUnder
Under Under direction of G Thompson Wil Williams WIIHams Willlama ¬
Hams choirmaster cholrID Stor the boys had a fine finetime ftnetime linethus
time fishing boating and bathing Mr MrWilliams MrVJlUams MrWilliams
Williams is a canoeist noelat and spent a lot lotof lotof lotof
of time Umesklmmlng skimming over the Severn and andother andother andother
other Maryland streams
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Also special w wIfkfnd ekend tickets In Including Inludlng ineluding ¬
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St Pauls School for Free Inntruc Inntructlon InRtrnctlon Instrncion
tlon ion in Church Music Iu dc Open OpenThe OpenllThe OpensTb
The Tb sixth season of St Pauls Paulsand cTioir cTioirand tOft tOftaDd
and the choir school ab t win commence COla this thisevening thiSeveabl thiseenIirg
eveabl evening i m the u parish pa1 ban next to St StPauls StPauls StPants
Pauls Church Ftftfout FtLtent and u V The Theterested TheDMett1ac Themeeting
meeting will be open to all who are In Ineetecl interestnd
terested eetecl in the cause of church music musicSix musicSIx musicSix
Six rears ago Monoignor K Mackin started startedthe startethe startedthe
the first sanctuary choir of men aDd boys boysin boyslit
in th0 tht Catholic Diocese Dtoce c of Baltimore Baltimorewhich BaItlmorew Baltimorewield
w which ICI includes an th t th0 fIt parishes in both bothBaltimore bothBaltimore boUtBaltimore
Baltimore and Washington At that timo timobe timobe timehe
be announced that all boys and men menwotfid menwoWd meetwould
wotfid would be welcome to take advantage oC oCtho otthe ofthe
the Instruction l in church music offered offeredat oaeredat offeredat
at St Pauls and would be free to sing singm slnJ slnJhi singhi
m hi their t eIr own parish church after aft a cer certain certta certala ¬
tain course had been followed followedThe fOllowedThe followedThe
The choir school choo this year promises to tobe toDe tobe
be a a notable success there already being beingover beingover beingOver
over eighty singers enrolled many belies beJI1SlKOIIdaeat belrjgp beliesprominent
prominent p onlnent vocalists At the meeting to tonight tonight tonight ¬
night night plans for the season win be out outlined outlnad outlined ¬
lined by Ernest T Winchester director directorof
of St St Pauls choir Monsignor lWGD8Ign r r Mackln Macklnand Mackina Mackietand
and a tl Malton Boyce the new choirmaster choirmasterof
of St Matthews Church will make ad addressee adre addresses ¬
dresses re o on eu church xnstc There Is no nocharge noe nocharge
charge e Ilrge for the tuition offered offeredChute l lOhute
Chute Victim Laid nt Rent RentFuneral ReNtFuneral RestFuneral
Funeral services for William P Stack Stackwho Stackwho Stackwho
who was killed by failing down a chute chutoat chuteat chuteat
at the Washington Gaslight Companys Companysworks Compenysworks Companysworks
works were held from his residence
10 1001 Twentyfourth Twent fourth street northwest yes yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
terday morning Requiem mass was cele celebrated celebrfited ceheheated ¬
heated at St Pauls Church
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