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THE.WASmNGTON' HER AfcD TUESDAY, JAMJARY ;d914;
THB btAN'S STORE I
Official Weather Report-UnsetlUd
The Bifgest Stock of
Overcoats and Suits
in Washington is in this
Great Reduction, Sale
the biggest crowds
and the biggest. selling
in .Washington here, too.
in the Alan's Store
. Every Suit
in the Man's SWre
without reservation offered at,
these six Bargain Prices:
Every $15 Overcoat $1 1.75
Every $20 Overcoat
Every $25 Overcoat
and Suit ,
Every $30 Overcoat
Every $35 Overcoat
Deputy Fire Chief to Appear
, i Thursday.
STATEMENT. I ISSUED
Friends of Employe Whose Retire
ment Is Desired Will Plead
nXAXnS DATXS BODED:
Frlensta at Seetety to Ala, -Ne arrows
Sar AiUram Were Jfot Mad.
Friends of the National Assodstfcn for
in Advancement or tne coiorea People.
of Which Oawaldsgarrison VUIard, of
New York, la a prominent official, .ex.
pressed Jubilation yesterday because,
they said. Rev. James U White, who
had advertised that ' he would speak
against tpe association, had been unable
10 noia a rarcuns.
rtev. Mr. White advertised that he
would, lecture at True Reformers' 'Halt.
TweUth and U streets northwest. Friday
nlght. It also was stated that he
lectured at the Metropolitan Baptlt
Church. Friends of the association de
nied that Rev. Mr. White held a meet-.
Ins t either place.
Money's Worth or Money Back
D. J. KAUFMAN
1005-1007 Pa. Ave.
' will appreciate a
sparkling glass of
zchen they drop in for atf
evening at cards or other en
tertainment. Keep a supply
of these wholesome, satisfy
ing beers on J1 OC
Jiand. 2 dos....iPkmtO
JOffering fine IEEE PBE
MIUMS to FAMILY USEES
for returned "empties."
PHONE LINCOLN 254
Oral Wl-ce.Jn.3.EoooBltKmlfcAn. Vic. Hth. VX
"ltretona............a....rcD. 3rm unni....eco. 11
TRiU-Culton a la Carte RestauranU
Second cabin only. Hamburg direct.
boston to Queenshnrn, Boulogne, Hamburg
Fuerst Rlarn'ek, Jan. 23 1 Rhaetla. Feb. 5
TO LONDON, PARIS. HAMBURG.
Madeira, Gibraltar, Algiers. Naples, Genoa
is. S. Cincinnati Jan. 27. 3 P. SI.
S. S. Hamburg:-.- Feb. 17, 3 P.M.
S. S. Cincinnati March 5, 3 P.M.
S. S. Hambnrar April 4, 13 aooa
IW1U not call at Algiers.
Will not call at Madeira.
HAMBURG-AMERICAN LINE, 43 BROAD WAT.
N. X.. or E. F. Droop Sou Co.. 13th JcOltA
bit.: Geo. W. Moss, SIT Uth it.. Wsshtngton. D. C.
NORFOLK ANR WASHINGT0R
XORT11LASD AND SOUTHLAND
Dally 6:43 p. m. for OLD POINT. NOR
FOLK, and Ul points SOUTH. City
Ticket Office, 731 I5tn St. J. w.
Deputy Chief Andrew J. Sullivan, of
the fire department, will be given a pub
lic hearing before the Commissioners
Thursday morning at 10 o'clock.
Yielding to the clty-wlde demand, ex
pressed by numerous petitions of fire
men and prominent citizens In all walks
of life, and by the press, the District
Commissioners yesterday made this an
nouncement. Commissioner Elddons, at
the conclusion of a "star chamber" probe
Into the recent American Five and Ten
Cent Store fire. Informed Deputy Chief
Sullivan eleven days ago that a. request
for retirement with pension would be
welcomed by the Commissioners.
The announcement of the hearing was
contained In a statement by the Commis
sioners as follows:
"Upon consideration of the aDDllcatlon
of Deputy Chief Andrew J. Bulllvan, of
the fire department.' for a public hear
ing on the circumstances of his part In
the management of the fire at the Five
and Ten Cent S,tore on December 24. In
which fire firemen nearly lost their lives,
the Commissioners have determined to
hold such a hearing. In the board room
at the District Building, beginning at 10
o'clock a. m. Thursday.
"Acting upon Information adduced In
an Inquiry conducted for the Board of
Commissioners by Commissioner SIddons,
the board, through Commissioner Sid
dons, ten days ago suggested to Mr. Sul
livan that if he would apply for retire
ment on the pension allowed by law it
would be ordered. Mr. Sullivan responded
to this suggestion by requesting a pub
lic healing, which the Commissioners to
day decided to hold, for the purpose of
enabling Mr. Sullivan to present any ad
dltional information he may have. It
any. which should be In the possession
of the Commissioners before they take
final action on the question of responsi
bility for the Injury and narrow escape
from death, of the five firemen caught In
the collapse of the Five and Ten Cent
Ilearlnm Should Br Private.
"It Is further deemed proper to state
that Inquiries by the Commissioners or
any one of them Into conditions of ad
ministration or conduct of municipal em
ployes In the performance of their duties
cannot, as a rule, and. Indeed. In Jus
tice to all concerned, should not be made
in public It may fairly bo presumed
that the. Commissioners In making such'
Inquiries "will act within the law and
with no other purpose than to arrive at
Just conclusions and to attain Just re
Mr. Charles W. Darr. attorney in Sul
livan's behalf, who will do present at
the hearing Thursday morning, last
night said. In part:
Action 'o Surprise.
"The announcement that a public hear
In? Is to be granted Sullivan and his
friends does not come as a surprise to me.
Knowing as I do that Commissioners
SIddons. Newman and Harding are- pos
sessed with an extreme sense of fairness
and Justice. I did not at any time during
the unnleasant controversy doubt that
Sullivan would bo given a 'square deal'
before any definite action would be taken
"The hearing Is not to be a trial.
There will bo no examination of wit
nesses, and Deputy Chief Sullivan Is not
to appear as a defendant against any
charges. No charges have been made
against him thus far, and the testimony
given at the hearings before Mr. SIddons
Is not a part of the official record of tho
District Commissioners" office."
Deputy Chief Sullivan said last night:
"I am glad that the Commissioners have
called a public hearing, and I expect to
SDIIIVAN'S WOEK AT FIRE
PEABED BY G. E. BEDEII
I -- HOUSE Jk HEWMAfW II SEVExtTH AND EYE STREETS I ' HWSE A HERRMAJffl
II v- ' " - i
Get Your Share of Our Big Clearance Concessions
The Indiana Society will meet on Fri
day- night In the Players Club rooms,
wew York avenue. The program
for the evening Includes an address on
"Teepeo Life With tho Klowas." by
James Mooney, of. the Bureau of Ethnology.-
and music under the direction of
Mrs. Dorothy Houchen Baxter.
Miss Florenco M. Brown, general sec
retary of the Y. W. C A., Is a patient
at the George Washington University
Hospital, where she was taken on Satur
day following an accident which resulted
in the fracture of her right wrist.
The Toung Women's Hebrew Associa
tion will give a minstrel and dance at
old Masonic Temple tonight
MaJ. Edgar Russell, of the Signal Corps
oi tne army, will address the washing-
ton Society of Engineers tonight at the
Cosmos Club on "Wireless TeleKraDhy."
MaJ. Russell will relate the history of
wireless telegraphy and describe In de
tail the uses to which It Is put by the
Prof. Charles G. Fenwlck, LL. M.,
will give two lectures to the entire stu
dent body of the Washington College of
Law one on "Peace" and the other on
"War" on January 21 and 18, respective
ly, at 8:10 p. m. The lectures will be
held in the college lecture room.
The Columbia Historical Society will
hold Its twentieth annual meeting and
141st regular meeting tonight at the
Shoreham. The communication will be
"Suggestions for a National Park In Con
nection With the Great Falls Water
Works." by Amos B. Casselman.
WANTS U. S. TO BUILD
ITS OWN BATTLESHIPS
Secretary Daniels Advocates Govern
ment Plant to Smash Ship
To the Editor: The recent Are at our
factory (Bedell Manufacturing Com
pany) has convinced me that our fire de
partment is the equal of any in the coun
The bitter cold night, combined with the
very inflammable stock contained In the
building: the dangerous proximity of the
whole block of furniture stores, brought
out the finest skill of Deputy Chief Sul
livan, to whom I feel especially Indebted
Our loss was quite heavy, but would
have been much more so had not his gen
eralship been so apparent.
Being an exempt, volunteer firemen my
self I certainly cannot help but admire
his skill: as for the rank and file, men
never worked harder, and as a citizen I
am proud of them.
GEORGE E. BEDELL.
FINANCE COMMITTEE TO MEET.
Cars from 15th SL and New Tort Atc ind 7th SL
iot 12 minutes, connect with Eensinston Use at
Ccery Gum lake.
HIGHLAND PINES INN
SOUTHERN PINES. N. C
"Just Far Enough "Sontk."
A. Thoroughly Modern Resort Hotel.
jrertv LAST YEAR. SOW OPEN.
Ideal Climatic Copdltlons.
Splendid Roads. Good Hnatlna.
SUPERB 18-IIOLE GOLF- COURSE.
All outdoor sports, erery modem
taaproTeatent, private batfea. orches
tra, Jtc. Through Pullman service
Tin Seaboard Air List. Write for
Booklet and Rates.
A. I. CREAMER. M. II. TURNER,
Mrs. Emily Freeh Barnes
IB ELEVENTH ST. HE. LINO. 1TX.
3ENOR XL GBJUUDOS. JL B.. Unirmtty
SeriHe, 8ptln, bai reopened causes to flntnka,
2ar CmUUm tsagfat br approved method of to-
' ktmcUon. Fztrate1 cr cenetml dusts; also kstons
at YetideBcca Call or write for farther inloznUiion.
KS Coronxxn BoQdlsc.
Tits Wsihinxtoo 8ool of
Daily cUssea and printe tnltton. Terns, on spplW
rsUcc. 00 Third street northwest.
Print and social secretaries at trained at the
LnJca Utls Barber ticbool of. Bhjthm. SG3 TrnM
largest Homing Circulation.
of Trade Bodr to Consider
The municipal finance committee of the
Board of Trade telll meet this afternoon
at t o'clock. CoL George TruesdelL
chairman, will present the report for ac
tion of the committee before presenta
tion to the annual meeting of the board
Odell S.'Smith, chairman, has called
a special meeting of the public order com'
mlttee of the Board of Trade for Thurs'
day afternoon at 4 o'clock. Represent
tive Kahn, of California, will discuss the
National Guards of the country, and
especially of the District.
The membership committee of the
Board or Trade win meet tomorrow aft
ernoon at 1 o'clock.
Zoolodei Park. Chrrr Ctun, tie Oomtry casta.
aad Kensington. Cam from flftctath at. acd N. x.
k. ererr 22 miirata. alio tram 7th tt. pataU
crr7 12 mlnsta.
After I p. a, from Trust obIj mj U mla
ctea, Connect with Kmsmnoa Us it Cberr
7aolniifil Park. Chrrr Coast, the Ctrcntrr Qob.
and Eenslattoa. Cars (torn PUtttsth and Nnr
Xerk avenga eterf- quarter bocz.
Norfolk and Washington Steamboat Company
stumers, tram foot of 8nrnth stnrt, for Old Point
Comfort and Norfolk. diOj. at .-B p. m.
To Great Sans-Washington and Old Dominion
BaUroad cars ererj lav minutes from Thinalxui
and U straata.
To Moot Vernon Waihinrtoo-Virrlnlsv BmOwmj
Crmrany ears mrr boor on u hoar tram M a. m.
toip.nL, last ear. Station. Twelfth street and
"JenatkaVa Daaskter," frith. Coutaaea
urawicy suu jvriuur ni&ua. Vlnrtnls
today. Friday. "Kathlrn." 2d nnrt
Violets. Rosea, Sweet Pass, and Orchids.
uniaera now oiore, sus iu St. Aar.
Fuel .oil consumption by the United.
States Navy last rear la estimated at
"BEST WAY TO LOWER PRICES"
Secretary of the Navy Daniels believes
there exists among the four great ship
building concerns of this country a co
operative system which eliminates com
petitive bidding on government work,
and guarantees each concern the same
amount of contracts In a given period.
To smash any such combination, he ad-
oca ted yesterday a government plant
that could build battleships as cheap as
"Taking figures covering a given num
ber or years, I have found that each of
these four great companies has done
practically the same amount of work for
the government," he said. "Surely there
Is no competition there. I found that one
year, the Fore River Company would be
doing the work; the next year It would
be passed on to another company, the
next year to another company, and so
"In order to stir np competition, the
government should build plants for the
construction of battleships and the manu
facture, of armor plate and powder."
Asked If he thought these plants would
really pay, after tho cost of building
the- the Secretary said:
"They would pay If the doors were
locked on the day of their completion,
and never opened again. All we would
have to do to get our prices would be
to Intimate that we'd start the fires up
and commence work."
Secretary Daniels said that the prices
of American concerns when dealing
with the government were exorbitant.
He cited the recent Instance of a pur
chase abroad, and said that an Ameri
can, firm wanted J 160,000 for the same
material that was purchased In Eng
land for 158,000.
"These concerns are making more
money than they know what to do
with," he commented.
There comes' a time, at1the close of the season, when profit ceases to be a consideration and K
clearance claims uppermost attention. vThat time is NOW when we make startling reductions: upon
lines that are to be 'discontinued. Now's when you can buy to thelbest possible, advantage with
the greatest saving-rthe soundest values. Following are but a very few of the splendid opportuni
ties that are offered throughout the store.. House & Herrmann "opportunities" vare backed by the
House & Herrmann guarantee ALWAYS. Select and save! that's the slogan. "
Now . . . .
Excellent quality of Oak. well fin
ished; swell top drawers; bevel
mirror. and fta 4 4 ass
strongly made C 1 I rl LiT
n every detail, jm . -
Handiest Davenport Bed
DH i ' I H Bsf
II B ItExacily W 1 l 1-85 II
II (1 aslllus- II I I II
II It trutrri 1 U II
1 " " I' -1
N B 1 B PaasaSsTsI
(Exactly as Illustrated.) uj
Nothing to get
out of order. In
a Jiffy convert
ible Into a. full.
pak frame, neat
ly finished and
ed. Best of up
ered with dur
(Model as Illustrated.)
Heavily enameled In White:
strongly constructed: full size;
substantial straight posts and
rods, if ras a
knobs on the
siraigm posts and
If Iff I "sH
(Model aa Illustrated.)
14 hlling rods at
mat won t dis
color nor chip.
Credit Without Question
Whether at regular price or in these Clearance Sales makes
no difference our Credit Accommodation is freely extended.
We want to be of all the service we can.
We Make Special Terms ea Alt Colombia Grafoaolas.
Bwmtm m B99BT buy or
, COM. 7tk St EYStI) 3TXm.
(Model as Illustrated.)
Most Popular Range
(Model as Illustrated.)
Popular because It Is so thorough
ly reliable. Cooking is made easy
with this Range with Its even
ovens; the simple construction.
Three sizes of ovens.
Three aeetlona of pipe aad elberr
HEAE5DIES AT 83
Lemmon G. Hine Succumbs
to Pneumonia in Battle
GAVE AWAY HIS FORTUNE
One-lime Commissioner Was Known
as Philanthropist and Discoverer
of Oltmar Mergenthaler.
PARING E0BBEEY FAILS.
Yonth Is Captnred it 1th p.20,000
Worth of Stolen Jewelry,
Camden, N. J., Jon. 19. John Harper,
twenty-one years old. who says his
home Is In Indianapolis, tonight made a
daring attempt to rob a Jewelry store
and almost succeeded In getting away
with S30.000 worth of loot.
Harper broke a window of the Jewelry
store of J. W. Allen while crowds were
passing, grabbed a handful of diamond
rings, pins and other articles, vslued at
FjO.CCO, pointing a revolver at the pro
prietor who tried to stop him, and with
two policemen In pursuit, dashed away
tt the ferry, where he boarded a boat
Just pulling out for Philadelphia. Finding
himself almost cornered. Harper ran to
the bow of the boat and Jumped over
board. One of the pursuing policemen
promptly Jumped after him and captured
him. Both were pulled out of the water
and Harper was taken to police head
quarters and held without ball.
STRIKE-BREAKERS BEACH MINES
Forty-one Men from New Torlc
Michigan Copper Fields.
Houghton. Mich., Jan. 19. The arrival
of forty-one strike-breakers from New
York furnished the only development this
morning In the copper miners' strike.
Soon after they reached here the men,
mostly Germans, went to work at Qutncy
Anthony Lucas, prosecuting attorney
of Houghton County, said that. 109 cases
were docketed for trial at the January
term of the Circuit Court, which begins
next Monday. In these cases there will
be ISO defendants and the charges against
them range from raising a disturbance
largest Horning Circulation.
After an illness of many necks, former
District Commissioner I G. Hine died
at Battle Creek, Mich., yesterday noon.
Pneumonia was the Immediate cause of
his death, news of which was received in
Washington by members of his family
living here. The body will bo brought
here for burial.
In the death of Mr. Hine the Capital
loses a philanthropist, for ho was known
the country over for his charitable work.
His death recalls how he befriended and
brought to the front otlmar aicrgeninaier.
Inventor of the linotype machines, the
advent of which revolutionised the news
nan find nniilfshlnxr world.
When Mergenthaler was but a hard-worklng-machlnlit
In the employ of the
Hall Machine worus in oaiumuic, w
i- rviFnmiulnnrr Hine learned of his ef
tnrtm tn hniiil a. typesetting machine.
Brainy men and world Inventors laughed
at the Idea of tne macmnwi ia ram
machine to do the work he expected of
it. But Commissioner Hlno befriended
him and financed his efforts. Mergen-
thii th.n tnrtlfHl the world by his
great Invention, making it 'possible for
newspapers to print great editions quick
lv. iiMt.rati.lv. and with a tremenduous
aavlnr of time and labor. Some of Mer
genthalers early patents he assigned to
Commissioner Hine in appreciation oi nis
friendship. Mr. Hine was the first presi
dent of the Mergenthaler Company, the
stock of which has risen from almost the
begging point to a high price. He was
president of the National Typographic
Company which merged with the Mer
Appointed by Harrison.
Mr. Hine was eighty-three years old,
and, until a few weeks before his
death, enjoyed remarkable health. He
went to Battle Creek, Mich, for treat
ment at a sanatorium there for a
growth In his head. Several weeks ago
he contracted pneumonia.
President Harrison appointed Mr.
Hine as Democratic commissioner In
1889. Hine took office May IS. 1889,
and ..i-t-.A tmtll Ortnher 1. 1890. While
commissioner he started a fund for
the relief of tho Johnstown flood suf
ferers, personally taking charge of the
work. A large sum was collected.
In 1S63 he came to Washington from
Ohio. From 1863 to 1SS3 he practiced law
and twice was president of the local Bar
Association. During the early days of the
Metropolitan Club he was president and
under his administration the club greatly
prospered and its membership grew into
Gave Away Wealth.
At one time he was wealthy, but died
practically a poor man. He spent great
amounts in benevolent and charitable
work. For the past ten years he spent
his winters In Florida.
At the time of his death Mrs. I line was
with him. Besides his widow he Is sur
vived by four daughters. Mr. F. A. Fcn
nlng. of Cleveland Park: Mrs. Mary Hine
Nevitt, wife of Coroner J. Ramsey Nev
Itt: Mrs. E. P. Mertx. of this city: Mrs.
J. Milton Boone, of SL Clair. Pa., and
one son. Oliver C Hlne, of Brooklyn.
While In Washington Mr. Hlne and his
wife spent most of their time with Mrs.
NOT CITIZEN, SHE SAYS.
Irs. Van Alen Thompson Seeks to
Avoid Customs Fees.
New York. Jan. 19. Mrs. May Van Alcn
Thompson, prominent In Newport society.
and her husband. Qrisold A Thompson,
appeared before the board of general ap
praisers at the public stores today to
prove her claim that she la no longer a
resident of this country, and therefore
not liable to pay duty on the 83,000 worth
of gowns and Jewels that she brought
with her on the Arabic last October.
On her arrival the Boston customs In
spectors held all her baggage, which later
was released on the filing of a bond. Mrs.
Thompson says it was the Intention of
her husbar)j to establish himself In the
financial world of London, and that she
would make her future home In England
Mr. Thompson at present has an office
In this city, and so far has taken no de
cisive action in regard to his London
Byron S. Walte, president of the board
of appraisers, suggested that James F.
Curtis, former Assistant Secretary of the
Treasury, attorney for Mrs. Thompson,
and Thomas F. Tumulty, brother of the
secretary to tho President, attorney for
the government, submit briefs within a
week, at which time the-board will ren
der a decision.
"M0VTE" SHOW THEIR BEWABD.
Maryland House of Correction to
Treat "Good" Prisoners.
Laurel. Md., Jan. 19. Motion pictures
are to be made a recreation feature at
the Maryland house of correction, at
Bridewell, four miles from Laurel. The
"movies" are to begin vlthln a short
time, and regular entertainments for good
prisoners are to be arranged.
The abolishment of old methods at the
house of correction began several months
ago, when the striped uniforms were re
placed with less conspicuous garb. Fol
lowing this the prisoners ere given
white sheets for their beds; The next
step was the abolishment of flogging and
Recently a phonograph nas used In
giving concerts for the "good" prison
ers. The records played on the machine
range from Caruso. Nordlca. Calve, and
Sousa's Band to the latest ragtime pro
ductions, and the number of model pris
oners Is Increasing rapidly.
TIME FOB MBS. WAKEFIELD.
Woman Sentenced to Death
Not Die on March 4,
NJew Haven, Conn., Jan. 19. Mrs. Bes
sie Wakefield will not hang on March
4. Her appeal for a new trial was to
have gone before the Supreme Court,
which meets tomorrow, but as records
of the case have not been fully printed
Mrs. Wakefield will be reprieved. It was
learned today, until after the March term
of the court- James Plew, convicted with
Mrs. Wakefield of the murder of the
latter'a husband, probably will be hanged
on March t, as no appeal was taken In
U. S. Dtpt. of Atncnlture. Weather Bureau,
rreaauro haa cootinued to fall enpr tha central.
eaatem, aod aonthrrn peruana of the countrr. re
buIUds in unsettled weather, with Iiibt local raina
and anowa and a marked rise in temperature orer
thia cxteniire area. In the Weu and Northwest
maaure is riainc rapidlr. accompanied by a fall In
temperature to nearly normal condition, except In
the Plains State.
The wind alone the North Atlantic eoaat wOl b
moderate southwest, becoming rariable. probably
ahiftlnf to north by Tueaday nirht; on the MkMle
Atlantic coast moderate south, becominc TarUhis by
Wedneaday and ahiftlnx to north: on the Smt).
Atlantic coat moderate outh and southwest: on tha
Gulf coast moderate and mostly south; on Lake
aucnisan moderate winds, becomtna; northwest and
Mldnlrnt. 9); 3 a. m.. 3; 4 a. m.. 3; I a. ra., 3;
( a. m,, X; 10 a. m.. X: a noon, X; S p. m.. JJ;
. i; p. m., u; p. m., jb; m n, m., a.
Hlsnest, C; lowest. 7.
BelatiT numldltr-J a. m.. M; J p. ra., SI; 8
p. a., a. Batman (1 p. m. to p. m.1, T. Hours
of sunshine, Z.S. Per cent of poaubt esunahine, 3.
Temperature same data last yesr-Hifhest. SI;
Temperatures In Other Cities.
Temperatures in other cities, toes tier with tha
assount of rainfall for the tweaty-lour boure ended
ttan. yesterday, ant aa follow:
llax. Mia. las, tall
H OTODAV A TOMORROW "CI H
Dustin Farnum I
I Soldiers of Fortune I
M Staged by Augustus Thomas. M
H tnau. wax. sum mckstu H
Ajherine, !f. a ...
Atlantic City. N. J.
Bismarck. N Dak...
Buffalo. K. T. H
Chicago, m.............. ts
.innnnau. unio........., 50
Cnenuse. Wyo... ........... a
oasenport, Iowa............. J2
Dea Moinea, lows.........
Osmth, Mian ............. 7i
GalTeston. Tex Co
Helena, Mont. Z
Indianapolis. Ind i
Kansas City. Mo...,
Uttla Itock. Ark...
l Angeles. Cal...
"Washington Herald Hesitation Waltz"
BEAUTIFUL NEW MELODY,
NEVER BEFORE PUBLISHED
Written Expressly for the Sunday
Herald by Donald Brian
FulLPiano Score in. Next Sunday's Herald
Maronrtte, Mich............. ."
aiempnia, Trnn..... ..... 7:
New Orleans, La............ It
New York. jf. r. ... 36
North Plait. Near........ 54
Omaha. Near X
Philadelphia. Pa. X
PitUbnrrh, Pa... 40
Portland. Me- . . X
Poetlanfi. Oreg. ....
Salt Lake Oty, Utah...... M
St. Louis, Ma. ... H
8L Paul. Ulna. 3
Bpnsgnald. W.. U
Tampa, ria............ .. 6J-
Toledo, Ohio................. 49
Vietaburr. Miss... It-
Today-Low Ud. 11 a. m. and f.U n.
high Uoe, 13) a. as. sad 1:3 p. m.
Robert C. Bullock. 3S. of Norfolk. Va . and Mar
caret L. Taylor, 3?. of Baltimore. Md. Iter. O. ".
Georgw Kjle Broker. 39. and Dorothy it Pontic.
IS Iter, A. H. Thompson.
Julian a Smith, a. of 11 Ray. Va., ml Annie
U Padgett, 3. of Alexandria. Va. Iter. A. S. Mow
Ira B. Suapp, 45. and rahe E. Entsiamcrr. 3.
both of Charlottesnlle, Va. Iter. W. 1. McKenney.
Francesco rahua, a, and Jannia Ctpacio, a. Rer.
Georo A. Craenn. S, and Nelha B. Howell. 39.
Key. P. Murphy.
William P. Wilkuvon. 37. and Mary E. Canter. 3.
both of Prince George County, Md. Iter. James M.
J. Dixon Alerr. T3. and Marie E. Stm3. 55. both
of Pittaburgh, Pa. Rer. L. E. Purdum.
Alfred E. Palmer, 40. and EUrn Hocks. SL Rer.
Cbarle T. Warner.
J. Washington. , and Clara Sanders. X
William 11. (larnett. 3T. and June Lffcan. 3S,
Ji Jordan. E. and Minnie E. Ellis, 3L a
R. C. Jicksoa. S. snd Beatrice Jenifer. H.
Clarence P and Mary U. Wilson, girl.
Jamra T. and Mattie L. Warring, bo,
Ernest J. and Lena Jt Swope, boy.
Simon and Esther Stem. boy.
Nam and Juia Shehld. gin.
Cleon R. and JIUtley Nixon, boy.
James and Mabla Meetrr. gni.
Charles W. and Ola B. McUulre. boy.
John I. and Viola M. Inplls. boy.
Err H. snd May ..Handback. boy.
Frazrr C snd Jsney Hilder. boy.
Thomas R. and Itollle E. Gibbon, boy.
EUts snd Oancis Gemun, girL
John P. and Addle A. GramUch. jr.. boy.
Thadeus C and Lillian M. Green, boy.
Frederick W. and Alice J. Durall. boy.
Noble CL and Via Harnett Donaldson, girl,
Domcnlck D. and Erteii Croro, boy.
Frederick M. and Iamie Coxes, girL
Louis F. and Margaret A. Beck. boy.
Horace M. and Haul R. Appoed. boy.
Moy Gong and Mayme Chin Chee. girt,
John W. and SalbVM. eitoekton, girl.
John H. and Leola Robinson, boy.
Jsmes A. and Emma Nelson, boy.
Samuel H. and Pearl M. Lucas, boy.
Jsekson and Temple A. Jarina, girL
John L, and Ida L. Jackson, boy.
William T. and Louisa Harrla. boy.
Hunter and Hester Green, boy. .
Ctarenca W. and Amy L. Bantam, girt.
Joseph and Settle Blaakhelm. boy.
Annie Lv Gibbs. 54 jear. Georgetown Hospllal.
Richard Rosr. C5. Ceorcrtown UoutaL
George T. Weaber. 50. Goremment Hospital.
John Jscobs. 76. Gorernment Hospital Insane.
George W. Parker. S. 133 Riggs St. aw.
Emll Hettmnlkr. 3. Emergency Hosp. Ambulanca.
EUs D. Bogan. 55. Georgetown Cnirersity Hosp,
Jsme J. Cauffman. 4S. Garfield HospttaL
Elnor E. Smith. 5. SOS E. Cap. at.
WlSlam R. 8tewart. 74. Mil 3th at. nw.
John B. Uroce.-Jl. 1449 W st. nw.
Eraa a Milstesd. IX Bennlng Height. D. 0.
Jacob Stein. 2 days, 368 Si St. nw.
Winona. Habicht. S hours, 1433 3 st, aw.
Louisa Johnson. II years, 443 Mn st. sw.
Margaret V. Newman. 31. SI aat it. nw.
George E. Toaitt, 44. 711 Howard road sa.
Lena Norton, a, Columbia Hospital.
Joseph D. Brackett. Jr., I. TO M it. nw.
John Watiina. 75; Freedmen' Hospital.
Eleanor Hot, 3. Freedmea's noapital.
Mad McXsnay, 3S, 39 Logan plaos asv