OCR Interpretation

The Washington herald. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1906-1939, November 27, 1910, Image 6

Image and text provided by Library of Congress, Washington, DC

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn83045433/1910-11-27/ed-1/seq-6/

What is OCR?

Thumbnail for 6

president 13iesithqi le id1nt t Hears Arguments Algllln1l1tof
of National Directors DirectorsANALYSIS DirectorsSHOWN
Idea Indorsed hulor ed In in Ileunlillcnn Plat Platforiu Plattorn PintfOrm
torn in TwentyeJsht Twentc hht Stolen StolenChairman StinesI StinesChtlrmnn StzuesChiIrmnn
Chairman Emery Emer Seed No o Xqcil ecd of ofLegislation ofLcghIoUon
Legislation nt Coming Oonlh g Senniou Se lou of ofCoucrcKS ofCouJreasCaultou ofCougreaCuhlflOIl
CoucrcKS CouJreasCaultou Cu ix 11 011 Gallic 0111 on Taft TnftPresident TaftPrsIdunt jnftPr6ldont
President Pr6ldont Taft took a short recess from fromthe fromUse from fromthe
the preparation pr pmaUon of his annual maisage m isage to toCongress toCon toCongrns
Congress Con r9Ss yesterday to lIston to argu argumant argument arguments
mant for a permanent p rman nt Independent tar tariff larItr taritt ¬
itt oommi oommleslon aion presented by directors directorsof dlreotorsof direot0rof
of the th National Tarfff Commission Asso Association Assoctatlon Assoelation ¬
elation ciationThey elationThey ctatlonThey
They urged that Congress bo pressed pr 5sed to toenact toe toenact
enact e ct legislation at the coming c4mln session sessiondeveloping SeHlondeveloping ses1ondeveloping
developing the prttsent tariff board into intoa Intoa
a real rot commission and asked the Presi President Prosldent ProIdent ¬
dent for his support supportthe supportthe MupportThb
the directors in the delegation dOlegat1 n wore woreJohn woreJohn woreJon
John C C gobb obb of Boston president plt ldent of ofthe orthe ofthe
the association and vice vi co president of the theBoston theBoston theBoston
Boston Cha Chamber nb r of Commerce Henry HenryR lIenr lIenrR
R R Towne treasurer trea urel of the association associationand aSlOeJationand asicelatlonand
and president of the Now York Mer Merchants Merchants Merchants ¬
chants Association John Kirby lClrb Jr Jrpresident Jrprelldent JrpreSIdent
president of the National Association As oclatlon of ofManufacturers ofManutacturers ofManufacturers
Manufacturers Charles Cl1arl s M Jarvis vies vlcaprefldent viesproildent lc lcpr6tldent
prefldent of the American t orlcan Hardware HardwareCorporation HardwareCorporation HardwareCorporation
Corporation Alba B Johnson vice pres president presdent prosMerit ¬
dent of the Baldwin Locomotive Works Worksof Worksot Worksof
of Philadelphia Henry T 1 Wills secre secretary secrotary seerotary ¬
tary of the association and H M I Muse MHagof Museof IflM IflMor
of Itaoine Wis chairman ch lrman of the ex executive excCUtlV oxecutivo ¬
ecutive committee of the association associationIndorsed associationIndoreed SioclationIndorset
Indorsed in Platform PlatformTJia PInUornulT PiatformeThem
Them T directors showed the President an ananalysis ananalrsl ansnist
analysis snist of o the action taken by various variousState variousState nrlousState
State conventions COftintto this fait showing that thatIn thath
In twentyeight Stat States the Republican Republicanplatform RepubUcanplatform Republicanplatform
platform indorsed the tariff commission commissionidea commlulonIdea commiselonidea
idea The These e twentyeight Stites the di director dlritora dirtors ¬
ritora rector stated were represented repr Hnted by 108 108Republican 100R 1 1Republican
Republican R pub1lcan Congressmen and 46 Repub Republican Ropubllcan BopubBean ¬
Bean Senators SQn tora indicating tho t o directors directorspointed directorspointed directorspointed
pointed out that the principle 01 o the thetariff thetarJtt thetariff
tariff commission has been accepted un unQualifiedly unqu unqualliledly
Qualifiedly qu Uffedb by the Republican party partyThe IMirtyThe pertyThe
The probability of the President recom recommending recommndbg ¬
mending m nding any tariff legislation in the thecoming thecoming thecoming
coming session practically praeU ally disappeared disappearedwhen dl dlsappoarelwhen appoartrlwhen
when Chelrman Clwlrm n H C Emery of the thetariff thetariff
tariff board called at the White Whlte House HouseMr HouseMr HouseMr I
Mr Erjiery EJlerytn1d told the President P ldent that It Itwould Itwould Itwould
would be practically impossible for the theboard theboard thebcerI
board to get et data ready to submit to toCongress toCODCrfSI toongrese
Congress ongrese for several month The board boardI oo rd rdI
I now at at t work WOr on pulp and paper and andthe andthe andthe
the wffoton oien schedules schedulesMr ICbedulesJlr Che1uI5SMr
Mr Emerys Bmt Js = report however howv r makes It Italmost ItahftOlit itaimot
almost certain that the President will willnot wl1lnot willnot
not tko up this matter in his message messageIt ffl8lRageIt
It is likely Itk I that he will transmit the find findIngs findlags I
Jn lags of the tariff board b to the Sixty Slxtysecoml Sixtysecond
etOn Congress CoaST which will meet in De December December Docember ¬
cember 1911
Uncle Joe Calls CallsSpeaker CnlI CnlISptaker CullsSpeker
Speaker Cannon accompanied by Rep RepreseHtthe j jresentatlve i irelefttaUve
resentatlve Mann of Illinois drifted Into Intothe Intothe Intothe
the White House and stayed Just long longerough longerouah longerouk
erough to pay hls his ltisrespeeU respects to the Presi President Presld President ¬
dent dentTha d t tThe
The President put In the greater part partof partor partof
of the lb afternoon and night nl ht working on onhu onhie onhIs
hu > massage ge to t Congress and Secretary SecretaryNi
Ni N ton wa wail forced tOl9 d to tail falters llt rs that thatIt thtIt thatit
It wools b be impossible to see him until untilafter untilafter untilafter
after It has been completed completedOPPOSE cJmplctooOPPOSE completedOP9SE
Cltlsmut of llynttxvllle File Petition
with State VtillticH Board DourdThe BoardThe BoardThe
The mayor and common council and the theCitizens theCltjRt8 theC1tseot
Citizens Association of Hyattsvile Md Mdhave Mdhave Id Idhue
have Joined in a petition to the public publicutilities publicutHltlN publicutilities
utilities commission eommtB lon of Maryland pro prote protttt protetIeg
te tttt tetIeg tieg again against t tho construction of grade gradecrossings gradecr gradeeroses
crossings cr eroses M1 8S fey the Washington Westmin Westminister Westmlnlattl WeetminIster ¬
ister and Gettysburg Get burg Railroad Company Companywithin Comp Companywmthbi ny nywHbln
within th the corporate limits of Hyatts Hyattsville Hyattsvme Hyattsyule
yule villeThe vmeThe yuleThe
The petition et1tIon was was s forwarded torwar ed to th thutilities the theutUttfes theutilities
utilities comnls eommJslttou on It in J expected that thata thata thata
a number of citizens will be present at atthe atthe atthe
the hearing in Baltimore The mayor and andcommon andcommon andcommon
common council have already directed its itsattorney Itsa itsattornTh
attorney a ttorn d Vincent A Sheeny to take the thelegal thelep theieal
legal steps necessary to ostop the com company eompan cornpan ¬
pany pan frum laying tracks across the thestreets thestreell thestreets
streets of Hyattsvllle HyattsvllleWoman HyaUsYll1erOmnl1 HyattsvllleWoman
Woman rOmnl1 Still UnconsciousMrs UncoUllclollNrs Unconscious UnconuciommeMrs
Mrs rs Margaret Williams Of t Fawcett PawcettGap FawcettG81 FawcettGap
Gap Va who sustained a concussion of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the brain from Nm a fall from a street car carnear carnear carnear
near Pennsylvania av avenue nue and Eighteenth Eighteenthstreet mfghtecnthstreit lilghteenthstreet
street northwest yesterday mornln morning wasreported was wasreported fi8 fi8reOrted
reported at the Emergency Hospital last lastnight lastnight lastnight
night to be in a serious condition She Sheis SheIs SheIs
is still unconscious unconsciousMi unconsciousMnm
Mi Mnm > Williams accidentally fell from a amoving amolnC amoving
moving car
SUeJs Sue uen Ilallvrny naUn Company CompanyFor CompanyPot < ompuny ompunyJIot
For Pot Injuries received at F and Seventh Seventhfleets Seenth8tlets Seventhstpets
fleets northwest on May 12 1909 Samuel SamuelL
L Luckett yesterday brought suit in the thethe theDistrict theDistrict
District Supreme Court for 20000 against againstthe againstthe
the Washington Wa8hlnKt < n Railway and Electric ElectricCompany ElectricCompan ElectricCompany
Company and the Anacoatla and Potomac PotomacRiver PotomacRiver PotomacRiver
River Railroad Company CompanyEDUCATIONAL CompanyEDUCA CompanyEDUCATIONAL
An Education Which Counts CountsIs I
Is the only kind kln the future o money moneyearner moneyarner monevearner
earner should bou1d bother with The edu education edudUnn education ¬
cation you get at Strayers can he heconverted heconverted heconverted
converted into dollars and cents c ntZl in inany Ien Iccoy
any n office in thin thl country Its right rightto rJshtto rightto
to the point practical nunlclent nunlclentphono butfidentPlmona utfidcntPhon
phono toe catalogue catalogueGlc cataloguoSTRAYERS cataioguoSTAYS
Glc 1t Masonic Temple 8th th ana an F Sts StsVVALTEll StsTHE StsSOTN
VVALTEll T HOLT Hj T President Presidentllane lrestde IresidestPlane t tlbne
Plane tad harmony hannony1Jr Mr Carl Hivler H ln
Voice uite Mr 1D V U Shir ti lr itS
Viortn io D Mr Jr William V llam E I Ones < Jr e
Cello Mr L E 1 1 ManoJy ManDl ManDlallded
Mawtoio allded heals banj aIMS suiMr suiMrMr namarl1x
Mr Holt and a d Miss Mft A A K Hill UillKnsmbte 11U1Pmembk Hillilnesible
Knsmbte rcbeanals r heands to pupils free freeKxnit fl fl1amltJ freeFaenfty
Kxnit 1amltJ nEexcelled nEexcelledPhone UIexcollfdPhone nzexckd3hone
Phone Main 5099 937KSINW 937KSINWUiJTEO 937 it SI N NULITED iV iVUiITED
CnCJJtf = r cM tYASUIMilOY WA51l1Ni1 II IIHated IJnatld t 1 1flmmicd
Hated Cl Chell B A As by U S Government Governmentt GoTcrnmentMKMKKNTlf
l MKMKKNTlf t t I lThhTIr T h1 T1t SESSION OJENS O1 S SEIT laT 15 1913 1913l liJ liJI4JJu ismaLamp
Lamp l uce hospital and clinic New rW W building soil soilcxtnpjitejy sol1tDpJeteJy sodrsrnptemey
cxtnpjitejy tQUipped operating opera DIr sod Dd clinical mona
Bactrrioltcka pathological and clinical labor laborWlt labwaterms
UM at nd < t lecture let ffJ mean JUb KverythinscompJeU KverythinscompJeUVKITK Eenythtog e eonplsLs eonplsLswitrr et4 et4PJUVTE
rd by b skilled teachers le11 lm Itte information given bj b I
HM U Moral orcd HwStNdlo Jler JI Studio t tno te teIs teo
4 J
Michigan Social Club Has Social at atPythian atPthlnn atPythian
Pythian Temple TempleThe TClUll1eThe TempleThe
The Michigan Social Club fLubhelti < held its rosu rosular ro rouar u ulSf
lar l ar semimonthly social gathering and en entertainment onterlnlnment enertttinment ¬
tertainment t nt Pythian pythanTomvtG Temple last 1 st night nightJ n1S nihtJ ht htJ
J M Wblcott 8esldent of the oliib oliibpresided 01ubpresldef1 Qi b brcaIdil
presided p rcaIdil and opened the meeUng after afterwhich atterwhich afterwhIch
I which Raymond McMillan took charge chargeof chatSeof chargef
of o f the meatlns and carrleQ cntrled out the pro proKTamme proramme pro programmc
grammc grammcThe KTammeThe g ramme rammeThe
The programme arranged nrra o and given by bythe b bthe byhe
the t he young people of the club included the thefollowing thefOllowJng theollowing
following f Piano solo by Miss M1s Augusta AugustaSaucr AurustaSauor Augustaaucr
Saucr S aucr song by b Master Bygone Hicks Hicksrecitation 11 Jilcicsoditation cl8 cl8rodltntlon
recitation r by b Miss Gertrude G rtrud Lucas ooal ooalsolo ooalsolo ooalolo
solo s olo by Miss r Florence Floron e stefflns recitation rocltatlonby rooltaUonby recitationby
by Miss nss Florence Little LlttJ and a vocal splo sploby splaby sploby
by Blinn Weldon WeldonAfter WeldonAtter WeldonAfter
After the entertainment refreshments refreshmentswere refreshmentswere refreshmentswere
were served by b the young oung ladles of the theclub theclub thelub
club clubPRINTERS clubPRINTERS c lub lubPRINTERS
Renew Good Old Days At AtFestive AtIfest AtFestive
Festive Ifest ve Board BoardW Boardw
One Hundred Employes in Old Speci Specification S Speelfleatlqn teel teell1catlqn ¬
fication Division of G P O Get To Together Together Togetlier ¬
gether nt Fritz Renters Reuter mid Listen Listento
to Ileniinlscent n lteniuieieneeHSOuvoni 1lnls en eHSouellli H Sou veil Ig of the thei theEcnlng theEvening
i Evening L Lt Handsome Work ork of Art ArtOno ArtOne ArtOne
One hundred printers renewed those thoaegood th050good thosegood
good old days < la 8 at the Hotel Fritz Router ReuI lieu lieutsr ¬
I ter for or four hours last night the occa occasion occaelan ¬
I sion being the Utelecond second annual banquet of ofthe otthe ofthe
the old Specification Division of the theGovernment theGovernment theGovernment
Government Printing Office From the themoment themoment themoment
moment Chairman W N Brookwell Brookwellopened Brookwellopened Brookvellopened
opened the proceedings until thirty thirtywas thlrtywas thirtywas
was called there was something doing doingever doingevery
ever every minute minuteW minuteW minutev
W v W v Maloney welcomed the diners In Ina Ina ina
a brief address and Chairman Brockweli Brockweliread Brockwellread BroekwOilread
read letters from the absent members membersIt
It needed only the banjo and guitar duet dneiby duetby dustby
by Furbershaw and iowd lowd to really start startthe startthe startthe
the evening and stories and reminis reminiscences reminiscences reminisconces ¬
cences or the old days tlB s were told by S 11 UBell 11BaJJ 11Bali
Bell while Fred L LDavls I Davis amused the thecompany thecompany thecompany
company with a few specification spe < lficaUon takes
One of the t e oMtimers who ru1tthe prarided at t the banquet banquetjvhlch banquethlch
jvhlch vhich hlch brought the machinist connected connectedwith conooctedIth connects connectswith I
with Ith the work on the reck pile down to tothe tothe tc tcthe
the days when the Iren printers took too up upthe uptho ur urthe
the task of putting into type the Intricate Intricatelanguages inttcfttclanguages t tlanguages
languages of the patent oxpwta oxpwtaRendu ox oxpertsReadS rt rtRend
Rend Speclllcatlon SlU cI cutloJ1 Poem PoemAugust PoemAugust
August Donath talked on The Union UnionPrinter UnionPrinter TTnioiPrinter t
Printer and was followed by the road roadIng roodIng roading
Ing of the specification pone the work workof workor won C Cor
or J M Montgomery MontgomeryThe MontsomerThQ MontgomeryThe
The souvenir souv mlr of the evening was in the theform th thform I Iform
form of a printed patent specification specificationhandsome a ahandsome ahandsome
handsome specimen of the printing art artcontributed artcontributed ar arcontrIbuted
contributed by b Lewis M 1 Thayer The Thespeehes Thespeches Th Thspoclmes
speehes of the venlng v nlng was Inter Interspersed Interapened Interspersed ¬
spersed with vocal solos by Maurice Fitz Fitzgerald Fitzgerald Fitzgerald ¬
gerald Thomas L Jones and E ELan A ALang ALang
Lang Lan character Impersonations Charles CharlesF S SF
F Purdy PUrd and an original poem Mis Missouri MIssouri 1tItssend ¬
souri send River Pirates H V Blabee BlabeeThe BIIiMeThe BisbeeThe
The committee on arrangements was wascomposed wascomposed wa S Scomposed
composed of W W W N Brockweli Broclwell chairman chairmanEdwaiii chalrmmEdwtllc1 chairmanr
Edwaiii It R French secretary B W WButler WButler W WButler1 r
Butler Butler1 J TV Carter John E Hogan E BW EW L LW
W Morcock George M Ramsey Rams e Arthur ArthurJ Arthu r
J 1 Symonds antI Jason Waterman
Phoenix Chapter No 7 Guests of ofWashington ofulShlngton o I IWashington
Washington ulShlngton Lodge LodgeMount LOdgcount LodgeMount
Mount ount Horeb Chapter No No7 7 Royal RoyalArch RoyalArch 1 1Arch
Arch Masons asons entertained Phoenlf PhoenI Chap Chapter Chapter Chapter
ter No No7 7 of Baltimore BalU Qre at the new newMasonic newMasonic ne nedasoni
Masonic dasoni Temple last night nightS3lxty nlptSixty nighttxty
Sixty txty irembor of the fraternity ar arrived ar arri arrivod ¬
rived ri ed by special car from Baltimore at 8 8oclock 8oclock
oclock last night nl ht and were met by bycommittee a acommittee acommittee I
committee and escorted to the pew Ma Masonic Masonic Ia Iasonic ¬
sonic Temple T mple where they th y were ere enter entertained enterI entertamed ¬
I tamed The Royal Ro al Arch degree was con conferred confHred conferred ¬
ferred upon three candidates candidatesAfter candidatesAfter candidatesAfter
After the Initiation ceremonies the themembers themembers themembers
members and their guests adjourned to tothe totlae totime
the banquet room where a luncheon was wasserved wasserved wasserved
served The guests Included the mem members memlIfrs members ¬
bers from the Monumental City CIt Ken Kenton KentonHarper KentonA ton tonA
A Harper grand high priest and other otherofficers otherofficers otherofficers
officers of the Grand Royal Roal Arch Chap
tee of the District of Columbia and Dr DrGeorge DrGeorge DrGeorge
George C Ober grand master of Masons Masonsof 3Iasosat
of the District William A Kimnitl Kimnitlhigh IlmmtlhlSh Klmnielhigh
I high priest prle 1t of Mount lount Horeb Chapter Chapteracted Chftpteracted Chapteracted
acted ae a toastmaster and toadts wore woreresponded woreI woreresponded
I responded to by the high priest of ofPhoenix ofI ofPhoenix
Phoenix Chapter of Baltimore and andmany andmany andmany
I many of the members membersThe mombersI membersThe
I The members from Baltimore left by byspecial byspeciAl byspecial
special car at 2 oclock this morning morningLenvca mornln mornlnLencs morningLeaves
Leaves Estate to Clinrcli ClinrcliThe Cnr CxurcIiThe II IIThe
The will of Charlotte M F Swans was wasprobated wasprobated wasprobated
probated yesterday and with the excep exception eceljtlon exceition ¬
tion of IS 6 to her daughter Adoll E Gray Grayson Grllson Grayson
son and 1 1 to her son William M AtFletcher MP1teher MFietcher
Fletcher the entire estate is bequeathed bequeathedto Ij h quectheaf quectheafto queathot1 queathot1t
to t Rev Paul Griffith pastor of f the St Stecuter StI StAugustines
I AUtUBt1nes Church lIe Is also made oxecuter ox exeeuter
ecuter of the eatate eatateC eatateCbroy estateCoiroy
C Cbroy jvoy Will Probated Probntct1Tbe
The will of Dennis E Conroy C nroy who wh died diedOctober
October Oct ber 25 was a3 probated yesterday pro providing providing protiding ¬
viding for the distribution dlstrIbutJ n of an estate estateof estftteof estateabout
of about 30000 invested In real estate estateThe C5tntelhe estateThe
The beneficiaries are his widow Mrs MrsAnna MrsAnna MrsAnna
Anna Conroy and his three children childrenRev childrenRfv
Rev Patrick E EConro Conroy of Baltimore Baltimoreand Baltimoreftnd Baltimoreand
and John M and AnnaM Anna it Conroy of
this olty oltyJapim olt oltJalJIHl oltyJapan
Japan Y 1 21 C AIUnn A Mnnto iIzin to Talk TalkStrangers TaUtftStran TalkStrangers
ftStran Strangers ers toe an Informal supper supperheld supperheld supperheld
held ea each Sh Sunday at G oclock at the theY theY theY
Y M C A building will be visited to today today today ¬
day by b Galon Fisher of Japtn national nationalsecretary l1ntlonnlsecretar nationalsecretary
secretary secretar of Japan for the Young Mens
Christian Association He will tall taUt on onthe
the work being beln done and plans p1tn for future futurework futurework futurework
Salvation Sal Salva tion Army Lassie Tells of ofMisery ofMisery ofisery
Misery isery Among Masses of ofBritish ofBritish ofBritish
British Capital CapitalEnsign CapitalEnsIgn CapitalEnsign
Ensign EnsIgn Madele Wilson led the services servicesar servIcesat
at the Salvation Army Arm last night and andgave andSRve andgave
gave SRve an account of her work with the thearmy thearm thearmy
army arm of which she is now a prominent prominentofficer prominentomcer prominentoOlcer
officer hS s well as one of the most elo eloquent do doquent ¬
quent quent speakers The meeting was largely largelyattended largelyattended largelyattended
attended Today she will make two twoaddresses twoaddrosses twoaddresses
addresses at the churches In ii this city on onThe on1he onThe
The 1he methods and principles of the Sal Salvation SalVnUon Salvatlon ¬
vation Army The morning talk wilt wiltbe wltfbo wilTbe
be nt Mount Vernon M E Church at 11 11oclock 11vcloclt Ucclock
oclock and tho afternoon address at the theChurch theChurch theChurch
Church of the Covenant at 4 oclock oclockMiss oclockMiss
I Miss I1sa Wilson In her horlQount account of her herwork herI herwork
work In the Salvation ArmyT Arm ArmY gave an anoutline anoutllno anoutline
I outline of the hardships encountered In Intho InI Inthe
I tho line of duty by the Salvation Army Armylassie ArmyII Armylassie
lassie lassieMiss lassieMl
Miss Ml Wilson has done work In the theprovinces theprovinces theprovinces
II provinces of Canada the United States Statesand Statesi Statesand
i and England Describing her duties in inthe Inthe inthe
the slums of tho English metropolis she shegave shegave shegave
gave a vivid Ivld account of otth the > people who wholive wholIvo wholive
live about the celebrated Wnltechapcl WnltechapclThe WhitechapolThe Vhltechapclfhe
The misery miser and nd suffering of t the other otherpoorer otherpooror otherpoorer
poorer class in England was also de described deftcrlbod tieacribod ¬
scribed a Q wore the habits and customs customsof customsot customsof
of tho gny crowds that throng Picca Piccadilly PlccadUb Piccadilly ¬
dilly after the theaters and cafes hare hareclosed haTeclosed haveclosed
closed closedHer closedII closedHer
Her II t father Rov Henry Wilson was wasone wasone wasone
one of the bestknown Episcopal min ministers mlnIst rotaisters ¬
isters Ist rs In Canada and at one time held heldthe heldthe heldthe
the pastorate cf the Cathedral of King Kingston Kingston Ing IngIton ¬
ston In the province of Ontario Ho Howas liewas Howas
was forced to resign from that pastorate
because of the support he gave the Salva Salvation Salvation ¬
tion Army Arm He H went to New York and andwas Rndwas andwas
was appointed assistant pastor of St 8t
Georges Church one of the largest largestEpiscopal largelltEpiscopal largestEpiscopal
Episcopal churches in New York YQr HQ
died about three years ago agoMiss agoMIss agoMiss
Miss Wilson first entered the Salvation
Army Arm m n the barracks in New York and andhas andhas
has worked In the slums day da nursery nurseryrescue nUr nurseryrescue ery eryrescue
rescue work field work and prison work workJhe
She will conduct another meeting at the 1
SENT TO ST PAULPostluastel PAUL PAULPostmaster PAULPostniaster
Postmaster General eneiaI Contin Continues Continues Continties ¬
ues to Shake hake Up Service ServicePostmaster elvicePostmaster ervicePostmaster
Postmaster General Hitchcock con continues eontmues contmnues ¬
tinues to shako up his hi staff of postoffice postofficeinspectors poatofflceInspectors postofficeInspectors
inspectors Yesterday Yesterda afternoon he signed signedan fllgnedan signedan
an order appointing Inspector Rush D DSimmons DSimmons DSimmons
Simmons Inspectorlncharge of the St StPaul 8t 8taul Stiaul
Paul aul inspection district In place of Mar Martin Martin Martin ¬
tin C Fosnes who has ha been en transferred transferredto
to the position of city clt inspector and nn 1 as assigned assigned assigned ¬
signed to Chicago This Is another step stepin steplit
in Mr Hitchcocks proposed prop sed reorganiza reorganization reorganlmtlon reorganisalion ¬
lion of the service serviceInspector lenIceInspector serviceinspector
Inspector Simmons was originally ap appointed appointed uppointed ¬
pointed in 1S99 l 9 and has won successive successivepromotions BucceS8lvopromotions successivepromotions
promotions by meritorious service He Hehas Hehas Hehas
has participated in several important in investigations InvtsUgations investigations ¬
vestigations and recently recentl aided effect effectively etrectIely effectively ¬
ively In the work of rounding up wire wircItN
lta ItN telegraph companies that have been beenpracticing beenpracticing
practicing frauds on the public He has hasUn hasIeen I
Un placed in charge of the St Paul Pauldivision I Idilslon
division with instructions from the Post Postmaster PostI Postmaster ¬
master General to prosecute vigorously vigorouslycertain vlgoroushcertain vigorousycertain
certain cases of fraud against the mails mailsnow mailsnow I
now pending pend In in that division divisionThe divisionThe divisionThe
The assignment of Mr Fosnes Fosn to Chi Chicago Chicago ¬ i icago
cago following so qujckly qUick on the tress tressfer trs i I Ifel
ten to that city of John R R Harrison Harrisonformer Harrl on i
former InspectorIncharge at Washing Washington nshlng nshlngton
ton I is part of the Postm Postmaster ster Generals Oeneraloplan Generalsplan
plan for a thorough investigation of offraudulent atfraudulent offraudulent
fraudulent concerns operating in that thatdivision thatdivision thatdivision
division and In order that this Investi Investigation Invest Investl1tJon investigation ¬
gation may be pushed to a prompt con conelusion conoluslon conSlvsion
elusion the corps of inspectors now at atChicago atChicago atChicago
Chicago will be reenforced by the de detail detail dotail ¬
tail of additional men from other divi divisions divisions divlsiona ¬
sions sionsSEVERAL sionsSEVERAL sionaSEVERAL
Police Asked to to Find ler iersonaArticles 1ernonnl 1ernonnlArticle onnl onnlArticIeH 1
Article Aggregating i3S0 i3S0Three 350 33OThree
Three women yesterday reported to the thepolice thepOlice thm i ipolice
police the loss of personal articles ag aggregating aggregating aggregating ¬
gregating SO 5O 0 in value valueMTsa YHlueM156 valueZ1s
MTsa Z1s Heater Ho ter Singer of 1529 Eighteenth Eighteenthstreet Eighteenthstreet Elghteentistreet
street northwest suffered the greatest greatestloss greatestlosli
loss While returning to her home in inthe Inthe 1 1
the afternoon she dropped a gold watch watchstudded watohstudded watcistudded 1
studded with 1th diamonds valued at 2lA 2lAThe 250 250The 2ZOThe
The watch was fastened ta tened to her bodice bodiceand bodIceand bodIceand
and she > he believes the pln became de detached detached dotached ¬
tached tachedMiss tachedMIS tachedMiss
Miss Ethel Lawrence of the Woodlcy Woodlcyapartments Woodleynpartmont Woodic r rapartments
apartments > lost a sable muff valued at atI a aig
I 75 7 ig while in the Center market In the theatternoon tin tinafternoon
i afternoon Miss Ml s Lawrence discovered the theloss thi thiS j
loss a few minutes mlnut s after she dropped the thej themutt thi thimuff S
j muff and made a fruitless search for It ItShe It ItShe ItShe
She believes the muff was picked up by bya bya b ba
a negro ne o who saw her drop it itWhile ItYhtle it
While in Pennsylvania avenue Mary Iary C CMatthews CMatthews I j
Matthews of 263C Woodley place north northwest northw northwest ¬
west w t lost a g gold ° ld watch valued at 25 25The 25 25The 23The
The police poll are trying to learn the theidentity theklenUt OF S SIdentity
identity klenUt of tno tfio persons who found the lost lostarticles lostarticles los t tartIcles
articles They have no clew on which to tobegin Ii S Sbegin
begin an Investigation
Cramer Demurrer Overruled OverruledJustice OvcrrnIedJustice OverruledJueties
Justice Barnard in the District Su Suprome Supromo Suprolne
promo Court overruled the demurrer yes yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
terday In the suit Mrs Laura R R Crt Cramer Crtmer Crumer ¬
mer Is prosecuting against Dr Lee M MHurd lIHurd 31Hurd
Hurd for alleged assault He held that thatDr thatDr thatDr
Dr Hurds testimony In regard to the thsalleged thtalleged thealleged
alleged attack which occurred in the bed bedroom bellroom bedroom ¬
room of the elder Hurd on Mrs Cramer Cramerwas CrnmcrW85 Camerwas
was essentially admissible evidence Her Herattorneys Herattornes Herattorneys
attorneys objected object d to certain portions of ofDr ofDr ofDr
Dr Hurds pleadings on OJ the ground that thatthey thatthe thatthey
they the were In part scandalous scandalousExSenator scandalousExSenator scandalousExSenator
ExSenator Smith Here HereExSenator lIercExSenator llereExSenator
ExSenator James Smith jr of ofark N Nark Sark
ark N N J was In Washington yesterday yesterdayfor yesterdayfor esterdayfor
for a short hort tiThe tfme accompanied by b his hisson hisson hisson
son or hl way South for a few fe days daysrest daysrest daysreSt
rest TM 11 Senator said he had not yet yetmade yetmade yetmade
made reply to the New Jersey members membersof m6m membersof rs rsof
of th the legislature who have petitioned petitionedhim petltlon petitioLedhim d dhim
him to become a candidate for United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States Senator to succeed Senator John JohnKean JohnItonn JohnKoan
Two Navel aval Vc Vesaels MeIs Sold SoldThe SoldTho SoldThe
The Navy Deparment yesterday sold the thegunboat thegunboat thegunboat
gunboat Bennington and the schqoner sChQoneryacht schqoneryacht
i yacht Eagre The Bennington was sold soldto soldto soldto
to S S Lichtensteln of Oakland Cal for for1io
11350 and the Eagre to the Coastwise CoastwiseDredging CoastwiseDredging ConatwiceDredging
Dredging Company of Norfolk Va The TheBennlngton TheBennington rhoBcnnlnston
Bennlngton has not been in commission commissionsince commissionsln commissionsince
since sln e the boiler enploaion in the harbor harborof harborof
of San Diego In the summer of 1006 when whenabout whenabout whexabout
about seventy se > nt men were killed killedDivorcee kll1tdDhorcee killedDivorcee
Divorcee Attaches Estate EstateBack E Estateflack tntt tnttBack
Back alimony amounting to SO 280 and and5100ullesed am
5100ullesed 100 100 alleged lleed to have been loaned to her herhusband herhusband herhusband
husband vas the cause of Mrs Louise C CLeetch CIAetch CLeetch
Leetch coming to Washington where she shefiled sheflied shefiled
filed suit against Frederick H Leetch Leetchthe l Leetchthe etch etchthe
the husband yesterday in the District DistrictCourt DIstrictCourt DistrictCourt
Court for the amount of S3S0 380 Her attor attorneys attornes utternays ¬
nays however have obtained a writ of ofattachment otattachment ofattachmenI
attachment attachment on oneseventh Interest In I l the theestate the8state theestate
estate of Leotcae father
Washington barracks 930 930 Pennsylvania Pennsylvaniaavenue Pennsylvaniaavenue I Iavenue
avenue northwest this evening enlng at 8 8oclock Soclock
oclock oclockFORTY oclockFORTY
I Continued fr frani m Page One OneAnohor OneAnchor
Anchor company e mpan We screamed for or help helpand helpand hel I Iand
and tried to throw s sand nd on the blaze but butwo bu t twe
wo 0 could not e fO o anything anythingHow anyt anything110w lng lngnow
How the girls screamed It seemed seemedages s seeme med medag66 d dages
ages before the firemen came Somo of ofus otus e f fus
us got to the street and tw w Miss Haa Haatho HaiS r
tho forelady of the Wolf factory tutor leaning leaningout leaningout leanin g gout
out of Ui the window They told her to towait towalt t 0 0waft
wait and I saw that her hair was catch catching catchIn catching ¬
ing In fife I did not know what happened liappenedto d dto
to her but I hear that she is dead deadI deadI
I saw Miss hattie Delaney DlJane of the theWolf theVolt th e eWolf
Wolf Volt factory fa tory jump out of the window windowShe wjndowShe r rShe
She turned over and over as she fell I Icould Icould Icould
could hoar the heads crack against the thebricks thebrJcks Ui e ebricks
bricks and see the blood It was tho thomost thomost th 0 0most
most horrible sight I ever lr saw One poor poorgirls poorgirls poe r rgirls
girls leg was driven through her body bodyTvrentrthree bodyTwentTthree bodyTwentythree
Tvrentrthree Bodies llecoic llecoicThese necuHrt necuHrtThese ltecuirmtThese >
These are re the bodies that have been bee a arecovered
recovered recoort recovered3liss d
Miss 1158 Sarah D Crseran 7S Falrmount Falrmountavenue d davenue
avenue avenueMary avenu avenueMary
Mary Kavansgh Iff Summer avenue avenueTheresa avenueThereSA anueTheresa
Theresa Tortarella W7 I Market street streetRose streetRose
Rose Claary 281 New atroot atrootMary atreotMnry stietMary
Mary Kearm 110 Baldwin street streetMiss ItreelMiss streetMiss
Miss Mildred Walters 12 Columbia Columbiastreet Columbiastreet Columbiastreet
street streetMrs streetMrs
Mrs Bessie Rosen 316 South Orange Orangeavenue Orangeavenue Orangeavenue
avenue avenueSophie avenueSophIe
Sophie Nlellwoekf 215 West W gt Kinney Klnneystreet Kinne Kinnestreet Kinneystreet
street streetIda streetIda streetIda
Ida Wooley 22 2 Belleville avenue avenueFrancis avenueFrancis avenueFrancis
Francis Koaoka 3 Livingston street streetGertrude streetGertrudo streetGertrude
Gertrude Denton 48 4IS South Seventeenth Seventeenthstreet SeWsnteenthstreet Seventeenthstreet
street streetMrs streetMrs streetMrs
Mrs Madeline La Pierre Plorre S10 Bergen Bergenstreet Bergenstreet BergenstreL
street streetMiss streetUilili a aMiss
Miss Uilili Able Washington 187 1 James street streetCarrie strefJlCarrie streetCarrIe
Carrie Robrecht 9 Hampton street streetAlice streotAlIro streetAliro
AlIro Molzin 8 Warren anon street streetRoy streetRoy StreetRoy
Roy Davidson DavidsonSadie Dtllclso DtllclsoSadie DavidsonSadie
Sadie Home 282 Orange strf atret atretllatlIda atretMatilda et j
Matilda Otto William street Belleville BellevilleCatherine Bellel1IeCatherine BallavilleCatherine
Catherine Dlechm ll Norfolk street streetFour
4 Four unidentified unidentifiedScore unidentifiedScorel unidentifiedScores
Score In Hospital HospitalMorn UOMIUnlMor lIosiitmtlMore
Morn Mor than fifty peraoo went to the theNewark theNewark theNewark
Newark hospitals from the thcilre lire of whom whomtho wimmathe j
the he most seriously injured wero weroFlorence weroPlorene wereFlorence
Florence Balkan Bal SS S West est street fractured fractured frac fractured ¬
tured pelvis and an internal injuries con condition condition condition ¬
dition serious City Hospital HospitalAnnie HOiPltalAnnie HospitalAnnie
Annie Berg B 68 O Bowery street str contuseed contuseedright contuseooright contuscedright
right shoulder City Hospital HospitalMary HOJpitalMary lineplialMary
Mary Danlano 305 Eighth avenue frac fractured fracturod trueturod ¬
turod right leg 1 and arm contused head heedCity headCity headci
City ci Hospital HospitalKattiQ HospitalHattl Hospitalhattie
hattie Hattl Delaney Del nf 5S7 Warren street con contusion contusion contusion ¬
tusion of abdomen City Hospital HospitalAnna HospitalAnna HospitalAnna
Anna Dleffur Irvington burns and back backof backof backof
of HOCK fractured City Hospital HospitalKatherlnB hospitalKatherine J JKatherlna
Katherine Diehm fractured ribs left leftJung teftlung leftlung
lung perforated by rib internal hemor hemorrhages hemorrha heniorrhagos ¬
rhages rha 0f5 serious City Hospital HospitalMrs HospitalMrs HospitalMrs
Mrs Emma Douche Arlington frac fractured fra fratured fractured < ¬
tured elbow and possible ornlble fracture of ofskuli otskull ofskub
skull St Mlchaols Mlehaolslospltal iospltal
Fred A Elba fractured tractur d left arm con contusions contusions contusions ¬
tusions of right eye City Cit Hospital HospitalMary HospitalMan HospitalMary
Mary Feeuoy Feeta S9 9 Golden street badly
bruised went home homeMary homeMar homeMary
Mary Mar Gollnskl 89 Beacon street con conuSlons ¬
tusions uSlons of right side City CIl Hospital
Sadie Sadl Hanson 2fl Stone street burned burnedabout burnednbout burnedabout
about tho hands and face faceHanoja faceHanolu faceIIanoa
Hanoja Kavanaugh I avanaugh 106 l Summor aye ayeflue e enue
nue fractured rib ribIena ribLena I ILena
Lena Koenig Keenl pelvic fracture and Inter Internal Internal Internat ¬
nal Injuries condition serious city Clt Hos Hospital Hospita i ipital
pital pitalMathilda pitallathUda
Mathilda Molder body bruised will re recover recover recOv ¬
cover cOv r St tt Michaels Hospital HospitalElizabeth HospJtaJElizabeth HospitalElizabeth
Elizabeth Miller 588South Seventeenth
street compound fracture of o left arm armright armrIght armright
right arm broken condition serious serJouS City
Hospital HospitalMrs HospitalMrs HospitalMrs
Mrs Marg Marsaret ret Molanthy Molanth burned about
arms and face faceLorln faceLorin laceLorin
Lorin P Addock engineer Arlington Arlingtonsevere Arlingtonsevere Arlingtonsevere
severe bruises left hip will recover St St
Michaels Hospital HospitalAngplo HospitalAnftOlo HospitalAngmlo
Angplo Rlzzold RJzzol 20S Warren street bad ¬
ly bruised about arms and body bod and may
have Internal IntornalfnJurles injuries will probably re recover recover recover ¬
cover St Michaels Hospital HospitalAnn HospitaLAnn HospitaLAnn
Ann Rohn 23 233 FIfth Flft1fstreet street compound
jfracture fracture cf left arm with torn ligaments >
fracture of skull uH and concussion of brain brainrigbt brainrlgbt
right leg Ie broken will die City Hospital
Anna Rose Springfield i avenue lacer Jacerated lacerated
ated right leg and Tight hand City Clt Hos Hospital Hospital Hospita ¬
pital pitalMamie pitalMronle pitaMarnie
Mamie Schnerzn 4C6 GG Avon A on street con ¬
tusions of left side fractured tra tured left arm armand armand armand
and compound fracture of left foot City
Hospital HospitalLena HosplUlILena HospitalLena
Lena SchreltmuUer 65 Court street streethave
badl badly bruised about the 11 body g 11 find an may
have Internal InternallnJurles injuries St St Michaels Has Hospital HO Haspita ¬ t
pita pitalMrs pltnIrs
Mrs Nettle Smith 45 46Htghland 4 Highland avenue
fractures and contusions recovery
doubtful St Michaels Hospital HospitalThe HospitalThe
The inventor of th tile wpiojMnasbe matrix process processof vrGaSJf occss occssef
of stereotyping William S WWtmere died recently 1
in Washington D I C CMore C CJorc CMarc
More Jorc than 3038000000 gallons of waste wa te liquid are arepoured arepOllflll arepoured
poured into the streams of the United State each eachwwr eaclteU cactitar
wwr tar by the auljito paper mWI mill
Colonia C C1o lonia nia Juarez Juar z Residents in inJPear inFear inFear
Fear of insurrectos insurrectosAH
Quiet Reported in Northern States Statesbut StatesI Statesbut Statesbut I
but Texas laper hears of Engage Engagement EngasemCllt Engagemeat ¬
meat in Which Two Ilebelti Are AreKilled AreKilled re reIlled
Killed Illed and nndUnny Many Officials and andGendarmes andGendurmes andGendurmes
Gendurmes Are re Wounded WoundedEl Vounde1El I IEI
El Paso Tex Nov 20Wlth VIth quiet re reported reI reported
ported elsewhere In Northern n Mexico IWX leo th thO thOEI thiEl j jEl
I El Paso Herald received a report thlu thluafternoon thluafternoon thinafternoon
afternoon of a Ii a battle fought taught In the vicin vicinIty vie vicinity in inIt
Ity It of the Mormon colonitai colonit In Northern NorthernChihuahua NorthHnChIhuahua NortliunChihuahua
Chihuahua Wednesday W cnesdty und the addi additional additional adtlttiona ¬
tional information that the Mormons in inColonia inColonla inCoionia
Colonia Juarez are in fear of an attack attackand atta attackand < k kand
and are arming to repulse the rebels rebelsTho rebelsThe rebelsTh
The Th Herald correspondent reports that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the occurrence took place at the Me Mecan Mey Meycan Mexcan
can town of o Manffqulpa Man qut < and that two twoinsurrectos twolnsurrectos twoinsurrectos
insurrectos were killed and a number of ofgendarmes orgendarmes utgendarmes
gendarmes and ofRelals woundedThe wounded woundedThe woundedThe
The Insurrectos numbered 909 l and a atelephone atelephone L Lt
telephone t lepbone mOHsase mO IIIse from Colonia Juarez Juarezto Juare Juareto Juurezto
to CUdS Grandos where the correspond correspondent c correspondent rrespond rrespondent ¬
ent St 1 9 now located says that the lnur In insurrectos ur urrectos j
rectos are reported only onl fifty miles away awayand awayand i
and riding toward the colonies colom All tl UI < I IMormons
Mormons are arming armingThis armingThis
This is not the first time the pioneers pioneershave ftoneershao pioneershave I
have had to fight if they are aroolted forced to it
have had hac to tight if they the ore forced to tojt toIt I IIt
It Several times in the past decade decadediansantf decadeaiarms J
diansantf aja aiarms s and revolutionist revolutionistQuiet r revolutiOnistsQnle1 voluUan tL tLQulef
Quiet in 11 the Xorth XorthElsowhor XortlmBisowbor rh rhEisowhor
Elsowhor in Northern NortherntMexico tMexico lexico no dis disturbance dl dlturbaneo disturbapec ¬
turbance Is reported reportt t1 G Goh ti Earl D Bomas Bomasand Bomuand Bomasand
and a company of the tit Eighteenth Iurantf Infantry Infan Infantry ¬
try arrived at Nogales Nosal Ariz today t day to toenforce toenroreci toenforco
enforce neutrality neutrflllt and d the Tex Texs ranger rangercompany ra1I ra1IlUpan rangercompany
company lUpan commanded by Capt Thomas ThomasF ThomuF
F Hughes was sent east from El Paso Paoto PasoU > uo uoto
to U Mjtrfa in Presidio County to watchtbe watchthe watch watchthe
the border borderAt borderAt borderAt
At Marathon last night eleven Mexicans Mexicansere tfexlcana6re Mexicanstere
tere ere arrested charged with smuggling
liquor l from Mexico and these men I are arenow arenow arenow
now believed to t be the ones WU wboN < MM prOM presence prOMOlC prosonce ¬
once OlC last week so greatly Gl atJy aroused that
town and made the people belly thy thywere the thewere theywere
were going to be attacked by armed
Mexicans lIex ans The prisoners were sent t to toAlpin toAlpl toAlpine
Alpine Alpl f Tex for a hearing hOArln hOArlnWhite
White all Is quiet in Mexico exSco troop
trains are moving toward the northern northernpart northernpart j
I part of t th the republic according to tray tra traysiors j
eJers anti the government la i taking tnklA no nochances noChances
chances The troops are doing scattered
duty te protect > roLect the government against againstThere aealnatan againstany
an any unrtlng unrtlngTbore unrisingTltcmre I
There Is only onJ a handful h 4fl of troops at atCa3
Casas Ca3 Ij Orandea These were sent there theretwo therotwo theretwo
two years eArs ago a when the trouble occurred occurredat occurredat
at Cananea Las Vacos near Del Rio and
Los Lo Potomas west of El Paso At that thattime tbattime thattIme
time tjjirty revolutionists were arrested arrestedin arrestedIn
in the vicinity vch t of the Mormon Mormoncolonles MormoncolonlesIuxScaims onnoncoIonIM onnoncoIonIMnil colonies coloniesnil
nil Muxtcans and they are now cJoil1 iloing < k > ing I Itime
time In the Chihuahua State Penitentiary f
Since then th soldiers have ben stationed at atCasas atCasas atCasas
Casas Grande Grftndev but only a few fewPEISONER towr fewPRISONER
r PRISONER QUITS ARMY AEMYRenlcrnntion ARMYRelnntlon ARMYResignation
Resignation of Capt Franklin Ac Accepted AccfPted Accepted ¬
cepted cfPted by President PresidentThe Pr PremmideimiThe Mlclelit I
The resignation re resignation lSnntlon of QapU Gaptihomas Thomas Frank Franklin Frank1 ¬
lin U S S A A of the Subsistence SubsI ence Depart Department Departmont ¬
ment has been accepted by b President PresidentTaft PresidentTaft PresidentTaft t
Taft Capt Franklin Is now serving a
term of Imprisonment at AtlantA Ga Gafollowing Gafollowing
following his conviction of charges of offinancial otfinanelal ofIlnanelal
financial irregularities Irresult1 loo while he was in incharge incharge 1 1chargo
charge of the the cadet cad t mesa at the United UnitedStates tnttetlSlates UnitedStates
States Military Academy Academ at West Point PointCapt PointCapt
Capt Franklin is J a native of Annapolis AnnapolisMd AnnapolisMd AnnapolisMd
Md He enlisted in the array arm on Decem December Decembr ¬
her 10 l ISO > 2 He was y also secretary of the thClArmy theArmy
Army and Navy Nzl Na Club at Manila which whichafflce whichufflce whicheduce
educe he resigned resignedNOT resignedNOT resignedNOT
Postal Authorities Deny Deu III ills 011 OilCompany 011Com 011Company
Company Com pan Is Under Fire FireFollowing FireFollowing ire ireFollowlnS
Following the announcement in a San SanFrancisco SanFrancisco SanFrancisco
Francisco paper that the California Con Consolidated Consolidated Consolidated ¬
solidated Oil Company Compt Y of which Rear RearAdmiral RoorAdmiral RearAdmiral
Admiral RoWey D Evans Is president presidentwas preskIentwas presidentwas
was being IfnvasUgated Investigated by Postmaster PostmasterGeneral PostmuterGeneral PostmasterGeneral
General Hitchcock Admiral Evans sent senta
a telegram to Attorney Attorno General George GeorgeW GoorgeW
W Wlckersham earnestly requesting rQquesUnblm requestinghim
him to use all the power of his office for fora fora fora
a full investigation of the company companfr
Mr fr Wlekersham brought the matter to tothe toUte tothe
the attention of Postmaster General GeneralHitchcock GenemlHitchcock GeneralHitchcock
Hitchcock with a request for informa information Informatton informatiorm ¬
tion The Postmaster General said there therewas therewas therewas
was no truth in the newspaper state statements statements
ments and that no complaint had been beenreceived beenre beenreqived
received re ed concerning concernln the company and andthat andthat
that hi his department was not making an
Investigation InvestigationLECTURES InY InvestigationLECTURES 5tfguton 5tfgutonLEOTURES
An interesting evening was spent by bythe bytho bythe
the Biological Society of Washington Washingtonlast Washingtonlast Y shlngton shlngtonlast
last night at the th Cosmos Club when whenGeorge whenGeorge whenGeorge
George Shims third who has gained an aninternational anInternational aninternational
international reputation r putatJon by b hunting wild wildbeasts wildbeasts I Ibeast
beasts with the camera gave an Illus Illustrated lIIustratcd lilustrated ¬
trated lecture on his hunting trips in inNorth InNorth InNorth
North America AmericaMr AJIOoncaMr AmericaMr
Mr Shiras has Just arrived from the theYellowstone timeYellowstone
Yellowstone National Park where he hehas hehas hehas
has befti taking photographs of moose mooseand mooseand moosemind
and whitetailed mountain deer and thrcfw thrcfwmany thrtiwmany timr4wmany
many highly blghl interesting slides upon the thecanvas thecanvas I Icanvas
canvas showing these animals in their theirnatural theirnatural
natural life lifeHis j jHis aHis j
His pictures are said to be ihe he finest finestcollection finestcoUection finestcollection
collection of such photographs ever ex exhibited exhibited oxhibited ¬
hibited He has spent twenty twent years In Inthis Inthis inthis
this work alone and has penetrated the thefamily thefamny thofamily
family life of his subjects and shown shownpictures shownpJctures shownpictures
pictures in such a manner that it would
hardly hardl seem possible to the average per person person ¬
son sonMr
Mr Shiras was as formerly former a member of
Congress from Michigan
Cost of Squirrels Damage DamageHumble DuunaeHumble DamageHumble
Humble around squirrels cost the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States lMWtt3 10M0 a year C C Hart HartMerriam HartMerriam Iart
Merriam formerly chief Of the United UnitedStates UnitedStates i iStlltes
States Biological Survey in a bulletin I
just issued by the Department of Agri Agriculture Agriculturo ¬
culturo fixes xas this as the amount of dam damage damage damage ¬
age done each year yeatb by these little ani animals animn nflnials ¬
mals mn s
Eat and Get Thin ThinThis Thinf ThinThis
f This IB I turning an old phrase face
about about but modern methods of reducing
fat have made this revision nosslble DOsslbe i
If you ou ale overfat and also averse to toPhysical tophysical i
Physical 1 hy lcal exertion and likewise fond of
the table and still want to reduce your yourexcess yourexcess yourexcess
excess flesh several Dqunds do this Go
to your our druggist or write the Marmola
Co JS7 Farmer Bldg Detroit Mich Michana Michand Michand
and give him or send them fe 5 cents I
For this modest amount of money the
druggist will put you ou In the way wa Of sat ¬
isfying your ambition for a nice trim trimslim trlml I
slim tlguro He will hand you OU a large I
case of Marmola Prescription Prescrlt > tlon Tablets TabletscOtnI i
comix compounded OUnded > unded In accordance with the fa ¬ I
mous Marmola Prescription one on of oftvJilnV
which tvJilnV tnii you fU must mitt ialra take aCtE after < r ooch w meal mealand it itand
and at bedtime until you 01 begin to tone I
your fat at the rate of 12 1 to 36 6 ounces oune S a t i
day da That is all Just go on eating what i j
will yoU Hl like o tontrn leave avQr exercising n t tntr to the U athl athletes Si I Ibut I
but take your little tablets faithfully and I I
without a doubt that flabby flesh tte h will 1n
quickly < IUlc lY take unto itself wings leaving leaving1behind t tbehlna
behind It your rou natural self neatly m neatfy ady clothed
In firm flesh and trim muscles I I i
uy tL = 1 1Maj
Maj aj Gen von Steuben Monument MonumentWe
We Ve had contract for hauling and erecting entire stone and andbronze an anbronzc anlbronze
bronze work Nothing too difficult for us Us in the way way of hauling haulingand haulingand haulingand
and erecting monuments machinery iron safes saf J power plants plantsPractically plantsPradically plantsPractically
Practically all of the big bronze statues in Washington r ashingto 1 as well wellas wellas wellas
as most of the heavy machinery for large power plants in and andaround andaround andaround
around the city were hauled and erected by us usWe usVve usWe
We have an tmequaled service for moving furniture consist consisting couisting ¬
ing of Upholstered Vans and skilled movers We A e also provide providesteel providesteel providesteel
steel vans for transporting household effects for foreign countries countriesand countriesand countriesand
and across continent continentNo continentNo
No Matter M tter How Large or How Small Smallthe Smallthe Smallthe I
the Order We Ve Deliver the Goods GoodsOwing GoodsOwi GoodsOwiig
Owing Owi g to the enormous increase of our business we have com completely completely cornpletely ¬
pletely outgrown opr oir present offices at 1417 Pennsylvania Ave AveAfter AveAfter AveAfter
After December I we will occupy oecn py our new general offices Corner CornerSecond CorerSecond CorflerSecond
Second and B Streets N W b ut will continue to maintain our ourdowntown ourdowntown ourdowntown
downtown office for the convenience of patrons patronsMoving patronsMoving patronsMoving
Moving Packing Pack ng Storage StorageGeo StorageGeo StorageGeoW
Geo GeoW W Knox Express JL Co
1417 Pennsylvania Avenue AvenueFreight AvenueFreight I IFrefgl1t
Freight Delivery Agents gtnts Penuxylvnnia PenuHhn ln Railroad RnJlron Co CoFreight CoFreight
Freight Delivery Agents Norfolk and Washington Drlhlugton Steamboat Co CoVnshInsrton ConlhID CoVnahlngion
VnshInsrton nlhID OD Fast Freight Line Between Baltimore anil Washington
Connecticut Avenue AvenueIn
In Washingtons Most Exolasiva ExolasivaResidential Excniv3I Exbiv3Residential
Residential Sesiion SesiionApartments Se SetioaApartments lioi1 lioi1Apnrtments
Apartments of two three four fournnd fourI fourand
I nnd five rooms and bath also seven sevenroom scenI sevenroom
I room N om housekeeping apartments fur furnished turI furnlshed ¬
nlshed or unfurnished unfurnishedCan unfurnishedCan unfurnisliedCan
j I
Can be rented by the year six sixCafe sixmonths
months or for a ashorter shorter period periodCafe I ICafe
Cafe on the American and Euro European European Europenn ¬
pean plan planPhono planPhone I IPhono
Phono North orth 1240 1240GEORGE 140I 1240GEORGEAMILLS
II C I C S fl JtV 1AII 2 ThIrd 5tlfft CW c cflJILLMUML I IUL
HALf 1 t
flJILLMUML UL ElI Enrsn D Sl 1 liP Amen AmenI 5fl 5flcan
f can a J I 2 np C C G UEYNOLDS UEYNOLDSFAVOR OLDS OLDS3Okotf 3lanzgsr 3lanzgsrtt
3Okotf 3OkotfSt tt tt4g
St 4g James Jarnso9 Jarnso9WLSIIINGTON EurOpean EurOpeanUlJlHINGTOVa
FAVOR STRAUS MIlK PLANT PL PLiNTWomens lIT j jWomens i ii iome i I
Womens ome l Clubs Want District to toTake t I
Take Over the Work WorkResolutions or
Resolutions urging the District govern i iment tment fmont
ment to take over the Nathan Straus Strauspasteurized i ipasteurized
I Ipasteurized
pasteurized milk plant and continue the thework thework thework
work were were adopted at a meeting of the theDistrict theDstr theDlstnipt
District Dstr t Federation of Womens Clubs Clubslast Clubslast Clubslast
last night The meeting was held in the theparlors j jparlors
parlors of the Portner and was presided presidedover presidedocr presidedover
over by b Mrs Charles Chnrl s M Pepper PepperThe PepperThe PepperThe
The discussion of the milk problem and andthe andthe andthe
the high Infant mortality occupied con considerable J Jsiderable
siderable time and tho ho pasteurized milk milkplant milkplant I
received highest indorsement Reso Resolutions RsolutJons Resolutlons
lutions offered frCd bv b Mrs Belva Lockwood j
were W re adopted urging the cooperation or orthe otthe
the federation In the more accurate accura vital vitalstatistics vitalstatistics
statistics both her and In other cltlw cltlwRichard lJU lJURichard
Richard B n Watrous secretary secretar of the theAmerican theAmerican
American Civic Association gave a shortlecture short shortlecture
lecture I turf on the work of that body bod Miss MissHron
Hron of tho Straps plant Iant explained explainedthe apJtlndthe explainedthe
the work of that instltuti lnstitutki Mrs Pep Pepper ¬
per 1 r the president gave 8a vc n comprehensive comprehensiveoutllno nnprtlhen e
outllno of the thtj th firstaid Instruction InstrucU n to be betaken betaken betaken
taken up this winter winterNew winterNewPnstor winterNew
New NewPnstor Pastor Welcomed WelcomedA VcIcoll1cclA
A large audience greeted rteted Rev Frank J JGoodwin JGoodwin JGoodwIn
Goodwin the n n4m new tr pastor of Mount Pleas Pleasant Fleasant ¬
ant Congregational Cor tlQnal Church on Thanks Thanksgiving Thankgh1ng TlumksgIving ¬
giving Day Mr Goodwin topic was wasThe wasTt8 wasitis
The church as a center or civic life UfaMrs lifeIantors
1 nttorH Wife lfe to Speak SllcnllIrs SpeakMrs
Mrs Frank J Goodwin wife of the thenowly thenow thOnewly
newly now I appointed pastor of 0 tho Mount MOUBIPleasant MouDtPleasant MountPleasant
Pleasant Congregational eonsre atJonal Church nil wm de d tie tielives I
lives ajj a address ftddr s on ft1heFoJlowOfs The Followers at ata atP4L atvOsper
a vtspar P4L sejylcs EtnICl this > afternoon at at 4 4at t1U t1Uftt 435at
at the tn YQUiig FOnts Christian Association AUiOClatJon Associa ¬
T V C T U Auxiliary usIUnr Meets MeetsAt ltIectltAt MeetsAt
At th the November NO8nb Noveriier 1 meeting of North NorthWut Northwt
Wojst Auxiliary W WC C T I r on Frldxy Frldxyabout Frdwabout Fediyabout
about ilfty members mom er were eJ8 present nt the thehome thehome
home of o Mrs t Le I4et < set t at the Olympia Mts MrsShelton MtsShelton MtsShelton
Shelton spoke on the completion of the theS100CO th th100e0 thti1OOCO
S100CO 100e0 building bull lns adjoining tho home of ofFrances
Frances Wlllatd In Evanston Ill i I
r 9
Will Yill ill make the very very popular popularFortymile popularFortymile popularFortymile
Fortymile trip trij down the theHistoric theHistoric theHistoric
Historic Potomac PotomacSpecial PotomacJ PotomacToday
J Today oday lov 27 27Special 27Special
Special attention is called calledto calledto
to the cafe on this steamer steamerCITY steam steamerCITY r rCITY
Will ViII Tj11 leave Seventh Street StreetWharf StreetVharf Streetrllarf
Wharf rllarf at 230 2 30 p m sharp
home again at 7 p m mFare mFare P1Fare
Fare Round Trip TriphURFOLK TriphuRFOlY Trip25c
25c 25chLJRFDLK
L Li UkiuuigtoB SuWt4 I Lr NotfoJk NotfoJkdaily CdO crfolk crfolkdaily
Udtf daily daily 6 615 15 Ul m m 3 i dtrf dthr f 6 6t S9 n Po p ta 110
Ar Old ldut lixniort Lr Old moat Comfort
daily G30 a a m m s datir dell T0 l OJ p P m mAr mAr aAr
Ar Norfolk orl fAr Ar Watfefnguc Watfefngucdailr Wa Wuhlmistoadaily l
daily jr 550 O 0 a m mi f d daty fSO taa a m mt ra raI
t TJim TIckets ei lit Sat Sale to All ill Points South Southvith Soumbath
vith stepovor at Old 1oint Comfort and Norfolk NorfolkNEW orfott orfottE wfotL wfotLvoitti
I City Ticket Offlce tHce Bond Bide Hld NTar S Yu so l lUnion Httl i4t Dw DwCOLONIAL owUnion
Union Station 745 A M MArrive MI1rrive Mlrrive
Arrive Colonial Beach 1145 11 45 4 M
I Cars from iSth and = 00 N Y ire e flU ero quarter Muter hour hourConnect hourConnect bouConnect
i Connect at Chevy < he Cbac Chase Lake with vtthlieml4ttJII 1 1ATLANTIC 1heedgtuo
I lieml4ttJII Lille ttoeATLANTIC I II
I I Goran end Rhode litand crone Splendid table tablead LableaDd tbteaed
aDd ad senior W Srcrkl SI c a1 rate for or the winter f12SG f12SGiJ j25Is 1250 1250J5
iJ J5 per p week withrot bath 15 13 to 5 25 per west with withtatk wIthbath wtttsleth
bath tie Sea water wal 1er sad other baths Booklet W V U UUuOKK 11 1111tlOHR UMOORS
MOORS Manager ManagerThe I ITime
The Holy 1101 > City C1t l by 1k y e Ii BOY y Soprano SopranoA
A fourtwnywirold ourtH reArold boy will give b1v a so soprano s spraflo o oprano ¬
prano solo The Holy City at th thtlteatrr t tUteaUr to totiteater
tlteatrr meeting for men under unde 1 auspices auspicesof a 1II1pl g gfJt
of the Y M C A A at the New ew Nation NationThMUef NattoniTimaater ntiona I
ThMUef Theete1thta this afternoon atterno n He N I WiifnJ WiifnJLnurler WilfndLAurIe WIifrmlLauder
LAurIe Mormon and te tt lebratetl lebratetlthroughout IfbrdtrlI Iebrattlthroughout
I throughout Canada a as the finest boy boyeluger b bI1Uel tivElugOt
j eluger In the world Rev George Uob 1iobrt 1iobrtCairns t tCairns tI
Cairns CRlrn of Seattle S attle will sp speak ak on hOur hOurcitizenship Our OurcItizenship
j I citizenship In heaven heavenOklahoma eon ieetenIdalioina eonI
Oklahoma Has Iuli 1S715S 1S715SThe 1t1St 1t1StThe ii57lThe
The population of Oklahoma in ii WO is is1C3713 iS1G3U
1C3713 1G3U 511S1 according a rd1ng to an annoutu annoumI1l anuoumernent anuoumernentmade m nt ntmade ntmad
made mad at the Census Bureau ycsterda ycsterdaIn YdHtrdaIn
In 1900 tilo t tit population of Okla OkJalJfi unm a ur u umt umtIndIan li liI l lIndian
I Indian Territory Terr tory tovbined nhined whuh a ail ailI 5tflow a aj
j now comprised In the Sta itat tu tf tiklahomi tiklahomiwas tihlahommwas
was 18 < 79C3Sl This rh1 was an in inciatvse iOn Se of Tb3 Tb3from S5 S5front
II from I960 to 1SIO 1Db during d r1nr which period perioJOllahoma periodO1lahoma
I Oklahoma became an independent State

xml | txt