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2 THE EVENING TIMES WASfiflNGTON VA G1ON MONDAY JUNE 4 1906 U iO
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A II I1 AND MEL OYEL Ml MlAn POltT POltTAn
An An Examined l Stay rn Testify est fy in Derp Derpgatioa D Dcro Dcrogatiofl r rgation
gatioa of Ills Official Act AcfPatent Actntent Acttntcut
Patent ntent Office ifhu ti l Nary Department Department31en Deluutmcntlen Deiinrtnlcflt3len
31en len Interested in n I eclslon > by byJiiHtlcc b bJutlce i iJutlcC
JiiHtlcc Cole in the Suit of Sir SirAVIIIIuin Sirl1ll1un SirWililnin
AVIIIIuin l1ll1un Armstrong trzuMtron for Infringe InfrlnReuiciit InrrlnJemcnt InfringeineRt
ineRt of a CnnBenrlnpr Patent PatentOfficials lntcntomcIa13 jntentOfflcIaI3
Officials at the Navy Department and at atthe atthe atthe
the Pension Office 01 ce are greatly interested interestedIn
In a novfil point that has developed In the thesuit th thult thhsuit
suit ult ot Sir William Armstrong against Ad Admiral AdIr Adrniri1 ¬
miral Ir l ONsil O el1 and other officers of the Bu Bureau Buroau ¬ II
reau of Ordnance of tho Navy now on ontrial ontrl11 ontrial
trial In the Supreme Court cf the District Districtof DLstrictof
of Columbia This Suit was brought on a aUnited aUnited aUnited
United States patent granted to Brankstoa Brankstoajm
jm Englishman In 18SS now owned by the theArmstrongs theArmstrongs theArmitrongs
Armstrongs which is alleged to cover cOter the thesystem thesystem ticsystem
system now used by the Navy Department Departmentin
in manufacturing the he gun mounts for 13 13inch 13inch 13Inch
inch and other heavy guns under und the pat patent patent patent ¬
ent granted to Lieut Joseph iJtrausa in inS93 InS9 in1S95
1S95 1S95Justice S93 S93Justice S9
S9Justice Justice Cole had already ready ruled that the thegrant thcgrant thegrant
grant of the later patent was a decision decisionof
o of the Patent Office to the theeflect effect that there therewere therewere therewere
were substantial differences between the thetwo thetwo thetwo
two inventions The assistant examiner In Inthe Inthe inthe
the Patent Office whose duty it is to make makean makenn makean
an exhaustIvo search for Interference be before betoro before ¬
fore a patent is granted was put on the thestand thestand thestand
stand by the plaintiffs to prove that In Ingranting IngrantIng Ingranting
granting the later patent ho overlooked overlookedthe oerlookedthe overlookedthe
the earlier patent in spite of the objec objections objections obiectiona ¬
tions of counsel for the Government Governmentto
to the effect that the examiner In Inhavinsr
once out his patent as a
quasijudicial quasl udlc1a1 officer should not be al allowed alowoo aliowod ¬
lowed to stultify himself by testifying that thathe thathe thatlie
he failed to do his duty dutyThis dut dutThis dutyThis
This point made by the Governments Governmentsattorneys Governmentsattorneys Govcrnmentsattorneys
attorneys was overruled by Justice Cole Colewho Colewho Cotewho
who allowed Assistant Examiner Cameron Cameronto
to testify to the effect that in making the thesearch thesoorch theearch
search earch through prior patents the United UnitedStates UnltooStntes UnitedStates
States patent Issued to Brankston whki whkishould wh whshould whthshould
should have been cited was hidden behind behindthe behindthe behindthe
the tin slab used to separate the classes classesof classesof classesof
of patents and that his search upon the theStrauss theStrau theStrauss
Strauss Strau s application had failed to find either eithertho eitherthe ither itherthe
the English patent which was granted for forthe forthe forthe
the same Invention or the Italian patent patentalthough p1tenalthough patentalthough
although both were known to exist exIst and andshould andshould andahould
should havo been found in the files ot the thePatent thePatent thePatent
Patent Office It was also brought out on oncrossexamination oncrossc oncrossexamination
crossexamination crossc Inat1on that this particular ex examiner examIner examiner ¬
aminer had been dismissed from the United UnitedStates UnltedStatC9 UnitedStates
States Patent Office on charges of official officialmisconduct officialmisconduct officialmisconduct
misconduct after an Investigation which whichresulted Whichresulted whichresulted
resulted from the sworn charges of Mr MrWilkinson MrWilkinson MrWilkinson
Wilkinson the special counsel for the Gov Government Governmenl Governtnent ¬
ernment in defending the case caseExaminer caseExaminer caseExaminer
Examiner Soaton in charge of the Ord Ordnance OrdnanlO Ordnane ¬
nance Division In the Patent Office who whohod whohad whobed
had officially acted on the Brankston Branl t n pat pateat vatenl pateat
eat originally and who had also officially officiallyacted officiallyacted officiallyacted
acted on the Strauss patent testified that thatin thatIn thatIn
in granting the latter patent he h had for forgotten forgotten forgotten ¬
gotten his action In the former case and andhis andbls andlila
his attention not being called to the theBrankston theBrankston theBranketon
Brankston patent by Assistant Examiner ExaminerCameron ExaminerCameron ExaminerCameron
Cameron In connection with the Strauss Straussapplication Straussapplication Strausssippitcation
application ho believed that the latter was wasoverlooked Wagonrlooked wasoverlooked
overlooked overlookedTho onrlookedThe overlookedrho
The representatives of the Government Governmentdo
do not believe bell eve that this testimony will willhave wmbave willbare
have much bearing benrinson on the outcome of the thecage thecnse thecase
cage but the decision of Justice Cole le to tothe tothe tothe
the effect that a quasijudicial officer can canbe canbe canbe
be allowed to testify testlf In derogation of bis bisown bisown hisown
own official act Is regarded as novel novelWHY novelWHY novelWHY
WHY SMITH SOUGHT DEATH DEATHDomestic DEATHDome DEATHDOflleMtIC
Domestic Dome tlc Trouble Snld to Ilnve In IiiHplrcd Inii1red I IHllired
Hplrcd Alleged lle etl Suicidal Attempt AttemptAn AttCllllltAn AttemptAn
An alleged attempt of 0 Henry Smith Smiththirtyfive Smiththlrtyl1ve Smiththirtyfive
thirtyfive years old to end his life by byhanging bybI19sln byhanging
hanging In a stable In the rear of o his home homeli homei
515 li i P Street southwest t yesterday after aftercoon aiterL90B afterLoo
coon Loo was frustrated It is said by an analarm analarm analarm
alarm sounded a < by Mrs lrs Smith and the theprompt theprompt theprompt
prompt rosponEe of Pdicewen PoUee en Cornwall Cornwalliad CornwellD Coruwellxad
iad D Sullivan of the Fourth Precinct PrecinctAccording PrecinctAccording PrecinctAccording
According to the policemen they arrived arrivedoa
o oa the scene just In time to witness the thefinal the1IMl thefleal
final preparations of Smith for his suicide suicideAfter suicideJUer cuicideAfter
After orcing the locked stable door the po polieemea police policeIeR
lieemea lice lIMa discovered a rope dangling from fromtha fromUte fromt
Ute t roof rafters A noose had been ar arranged arraJaged ariu ¬
ranged iu as bad a board which it is said saidwas saidwas ealdwas
was te act as a drop Smith was partial partially partially partially ¬
ly disrobed It is said he was In an cx cxcited cxcited cxched
cited frame or mind and refused to reply replyto replyto replyto
to tile questions which the policemen policemenasked policemenaaked policemenaike4
asked The result was that Cornwell and andS andSmvaR andSelivan
S SmvaR Hvan took forcible hold of Smith sad aadreiaeved mdreawved sadrecieveei
reiaeved him to the Emergepcy Hospital Hoepltalas Hoepltalasa as asa asa
a precaution precautionAa
Aa examination by the hospital physi physicians physlclaDS physiclans ¬
clans revealed that Smith was simply in an anexcited ancxcit anexcited
excited cxcit ll and nervous state and treatment treatmentwas treatmentwas treatmentwas
was administered Later after Smith mlth had hadbeen hadheeu hadhesem
been taken to No o 4 station Lieutenant LieutenantHoiiluberger LieutenantlIoIUnberger LieutenantIloHinberger
Hoiiluberger had a talk with him The Thotalk Thetalk Thetalk
talk had the effect of bringing Smith to a arealization arealization arealization
realization of the situation and he con convlae convlneed convineed
vlae vlneed d Lieut Hollinberger that he h would wouldnot wouldnot wouldnot
not again attempt to end his life The man manwas manwas manwas
was then permitted to return to his home homeIt homeIL homeIL
IL Is said that Smith had a family disa disagreement disaecment disareement ¬
greement ecment which Is ascribed as the motive motivefor moUefor motivefor
for the alleged attempted suicide After Afterthe Afterthe AfterV
V the disagreement Mrs Smith discovered discoveredher discoveredber discoveredlint
her husband in the stable and divining his hisalleged hisalleged hisalleged
alleged purpose summoned aid aidCivil aldChU aidcIll
Civil Service Examination ExaminationThe ExnmlnntlouTbe ExaminationsThe
The United States Civil Service Commis Commiselon CommisBlon Commnisslon
elon has announced that examinations will willbe willbe willbe
be held on June 19 for the position ot clerk clerkIn clerkln clerkla
In the office of the Inspector of the th Light Lighthouse Lightbouse Ughthouse ¬
house district The applicant must be beKey beKey belCey
Key West C5t immune to yellow fever Tht Thuposition Thtposition Thtposition
position is worth 100 a month Examina Examinations ExamInations Examlnations ¬
tions will be held on June 19 and 20 for or ttw ttwposition ttwpoaltion th thpomitloa
position of assistant Inspector of hulls at atNew atew atOriskins
New ew Orleans Ol ms La at a salary of 1800 and andto andto andto
to a similar position at Baltimore Md Id at atSoo
1800 1800 Soo and also for the position of Inspec Inspector inspector Inspectot ¬
tor of boilers at Charleston S C at an antnnual anStnnual annnaual
tnnual salary of 1500 1500Summer 1500 1500Summer 1OO5ummcr
Summer resorts arc the places for people seeking seekinRrc 6eekiDlbut
rc r but the place to seek health U l to phone Pb one C8t C8tArllngtan CSIArl fliArlngton
Arllngtan Arl n ton Settling DotUir Oomiiiny COml any for a case of lieu Heutlcha llcutlchs lieuitchs
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A A Military lllltnr Demonstration to DC Ilcld Ilcldnt ileldnt elc1 elc1nt
nt Rochester RocbCKtcrThe noches RochesterThe r
The President has sanctioned an unusu unusually unusunlly unusually ¬
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ally imposing demonstration in honor of ofGeneral ofGeneral ofGeneral
General Otis to mark hIs return to Ameri America America Amen Amenca ¬
ca ca It will occur at his home town Roches Rochester RochtsIter Rochester
Iter ter N Y from June 12 to 16 There will vrillbe willI willbe
be ell kinds cf military gtirgcousncss there thcroduring therodurIng thereduring
I during the week wien tiea General Otis wUl be Dawelcomed bewecomed bewelcomed
welcomed by his townspeople townspeopleIt > V VIt
It Is estimated that tho elaborate pro programme programme programme ¬
gramme mapped cut for the occasion will willcost wUlcost willcost
cost the Government about 60000 60000Gecernl IiOOOOGenel COOOOGenerl
Gecernl Brooke In command of the De Department Department Dopartment ¬
partment of o the East E3s has ordered the es establishment establlhment citablishment ¬
tablishment of oCa a military camp in the vi vicinity VIcinity vIcinity ¬
cinity of Rochester 4to to be a model In ev every every cvcry ¬
ery particular which hlch Is to continue from fromJune fromJune fromJuno
June 12 to June 16 Eight full companies companiesof companl s sat
of infantry four batteries of heavy artil artillery arUIlery artlilery ¬
lery and one full battery of light artillery artilleryhave artilleryhave artilleryhave
have been ordered there Orders have been beengiven beengiven beengiven
given the Quartermasters Department U Usu o osupply osupply
supply su ply tents fuel forage and all essen essentials essentials essentials ¬
tials stores and provisions provisionsOne provisionsOne provisionsOne
One battery balter of artillery has been ordered orderCl1Crom orderedfrom orderedfrom
from Washington This means that 100 men menand menand menand
and 100 horses are to be transported to toRochester toRo toRoibester
Rochester Ro hestcr The other troops which will willgo willgo willgo
go to Rochester are re scattered among the theposts th thposts theposts
posts In New York State StateA StateA StateA
A detachment d from the Hospital Ho ltal Corps Corpshas Corpshas Corpshas
has also been ordered Into camp to estab establish establIsh establish ¬
lish a hospital hospitalThe hospitalThe hospitalThe
The President is much pleased with Otis Otisrecord Otisrecord
record In the Philippines end Is quite will willIng w1llIng willlag
Ing to give him such a reception as has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been rivaled only by the Dewey day de demonstration demonstratlon domonstration ¬
monstration in Ji Nw w York General ar arrangements arrangements arrangements ¬
rangements have been planned by Secre Secretary Secretary Scenethey ¬
tary Root after conferences cJneren CaerCnCes with the Presi President President President ¬
dent dentAside
dentAside
Aside from the honors which will be gir giren given gteen
en to Otis in recognition re ognltlon of the regard in inwhich Inwhich Inwhich
which he Is held by the Administration AdminIstrationsome
some sort of a military reception would wouldhave wouldhave wouldhave
have been tendered tendEed him at any rate rte on ac account account ascount ¬
count of his military mUtary rank rnk His nomination nominationI nmination nminationas
I as major majr general in the Regular Reglar Army has hasgone hasgone
gone to t the te Senate and It will doubtleaj doubtleajbe doubt
be confirmed cnlrme this thi week week It I Is I customary customar to tomake tomake
make some sort of celebration on the ar ¬
r1I rival cf any officer of that rank rnk in his hishome hi hishome
home country after nCer service serce abroad abrd It ItIs ItIs Itis I
Is declared declare at the White House 10U3 that Lan Lavton L Lanton
ton would have been ben similarly slmlary honored had hadho hd hdho hadhe 1
ho lived lve and MacArthur doubtless dOlbUes will wil re receive receive noceive ¬
ceive such attention on his arrival home homeTO homeTOHA homeTO
atenton
TO TOHA HEAR T THEIR APPEALS APPBAXSTlicCnucs APE APETh APPEALSTh
Th TlicCnucs CnlcJ Caea of Fitxlmrrltt Flbbnrrlf and Mullctt lolet TulicttBefore I IUeforo
Before Commissioner 1oirdcrly 1oirdcrlyCommissioner lontcrly lontcrlyCmmiioner loavdenlyCommissioner
Commissioner Cmmiioner General GeCl Powderly of the theBureau Le LeBureau theBureau
Bureau of Immigration mmlgralon received receive this thismorning tts ttsmorning thlsmorning
morning morning the th appeal appel of t James Fitzharris Fitzharrisand FItarr1 FItarr1and Fitzharnisand
and James Jaes Joseph JosophMulet Mullctt from frm the decis decision dei deelsIon ¬
ion of o the special board brd of enquiry enquir at It the theport thepo theport
port po of New m York which whic refused ruse them the theJhht thetight j jeight
eight Jhht to t land In this country countr countryFitzharrls j jFitzharrls
Fitzharrls FItharis and Mullett Iulett were convicted convictedof convIce
of complicity complciy in the murder in Phoenix PhoenixPark Phoix PhoixPrk PhoenixPark
Park Prk Dublin Dbln of Lord Lr Cavendish Secreta Secretary Secretary SecretaTI ¬
ry for Ireland and Under Secretary Seretry Burke Burkeand Burkeand Burkeand
and were sentenced sntenced to t life imprisonment imprisonmentof imprisnment
of which wh ch term they served sere seventeen seventen years yearaand yetlI yearsand
and were pardoned prdoned recently recenty at the visit of ofQueen ofQue ofQueen
Queen Que Victoria VIctora to Ireland IrelandThe IreandThe IrelandThe
The hearing of the case cas has been oeen set fo fotomorrow tot tottoorw > V Vtomorrow
tomorrow toorw and will wi be held at the Bureau Bureauof Burelt Bureltot Burenaof
of Immigration Immigraton Im ifgratlon The Te appellants applats claim that thatthey thatthey thatthey
they do not come under unde the provisions prvisions of oftho ofthe ofthe
the Exclusion law their oeno offence having havingbeen havingbeen havingbeen
been a political plitcl one and that they are not notfelons notfelon actfelons
felons felon In the te intent and spirit spirt of the thelaw te thelaw
law lw V VPBOBLEHS
PROBLEMS PROBLEM IN I BUZL33INO BUZL33INOXew BUIDIG BUIDIGXC1V BUThDINGpe
Xew pe Structures Erected Without lhout Ma Materially MaCannily In Interlnn ¬
Cannily terlnn Disturbing DIturlllug Dlsturbin Old Ones OnesA Oncssoeht Onessomewhat
A somewhat soeht unusual unust and ad interesting interestingarchitectural Itcrg Itcrgr1e interestingarchitectural
architectural r1e tual problem is being solved slve on onone onone onone
one of the largest llge office buildings biding on Penn Pennsylvania PennsylvnI Pennsylvania ¬
sylvania sylvnI Avenue and in fact fnt one of tho tholargest tholle thelargest
largest lle buildings buidIng In lnthe the city ciy For many manyweeks mMYweek manyweeks
weeks week workmen have been bn busied in tear tearing t tearlug ¬
ing out out tho facade tace of the building buihlDg itnd and d re replacing r rplacIng replacing ¬
placing it In sections seton wthout materially materiallydisturbing materialy materialydisurbIng materiallydisturbing
disturbing disurbIng the occupants ocupts of the offices officesOne omes omesOne officesOne
One section seton of the new neW trol front is completed completedand cmplete completedand
and the second is ready redy for rebuilding reuiding or ornearly ornealy ornearly
nearly nealy so The problem prblem in its simplicity simplicityIS smplcty smplctyIS
IS very eq much like lke taking one Oe wall wl from fr a acardhouae acrdhouie acardhouae
crdhouie cardhouae and replacing rOlaclng it i by b another anotherAbout anotherAbout notherAbut
About Abut the te same sme care is required reuire the dif difference dltfeene difference ¬
ference feene lying of course cr in the magnitude magnitudeof mrnlude mrnludeof
of the undertaking undertakingAnother undertakingAnother ndertng ndertngAnother
Another very similar shnUlr problem prole in con construction cn cnstrocto constructioei ¬
struction strocto is being bing worked out at alone one of o th thleading te teleading the theleading
leading hotels of the city ciy where igain gin an anoW anold
oW building is being replaced bit by bit bit
with wth a new one Herr He perhaps perhap the work workis workl workis
is l lees le difficult dlfficul ainta e the building biding to be bereplaced bereplaee bereplaced
replaced replaee Is not n so s tall nor n is the need 1 of ofproceeding otpoing ofproceeding
proceeding poing without wlJOt disturbing dturbog the occu occupants o occupants ¬
pants pnt so s great geat Possibly Polhy the tie pioneer poer in inthis inthi inthis
this thi sort sr of building buldi was w a newspaper newspaperstructure nep newspaperstructure
structure st ture of o three thre stories store in New Ne York Yorkabout Yorkabt Vorkabout
about abt which hlcb was WM erected oree a a huge hue block blockmany blockmany ok okmy
my many stories 5tolo higher higer than the original olgi and andall sadall a
all al of o the time tim the work proceeded po the thenewspaper thenowppcr thenewspaper
newspaper editions nowppcr printed prnte V and issued I8ue its It regular regulareditions rellr rellreion regulareditions
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TO SERVE SEV FIVE FI TEAKS TEAKSSentence Y YSentence YLABSSentence
Sentence of Edward S IIovciis Jocns for forForjjcry foro forForgery
Forgery ForjjcryEdward ForgeryEdward o rJc 1 1E
Edward E ard S Hovens fifty ffty years yer old plead pleeded lled lledc pleaded
ed c guilty Uy to a charge of o forgery forger today toay la laCriminal iaCrminal inCriminal
Criminal Crminal Court Crt No No 1 and was 1 sentenced sentencedby senteneedby sentencedby
by Justice Justce Clabaugh Clabugh to five years year impris imprisonment imprlsoncnt impnisonnient ¬
onment oncnt in the penitentiary peitentary at Moundsville MoundsvilleW loun s1e s1eW
W Va VaHovens Ya VsHovens
Hovens was as charged with wIh forging the thename theme thename
name me of the firm of Heitzey Helzey Ballanger Balocr Balocrl1sh Ballengerfish Ballangerflsh
fish merchants merhant to a draft for 35 3 He has hasalready htlsalrdy hasalready
already alrdy served two terms one for five fiveyears fiveyears
sere fve fveear
years ear and another for six si months mont for simi similar simIlar simitar ¬
lar offences oences In Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaThe Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaThe PennsylvaniaThe
The Issue Is ue of Xevr Xc eu Notes NotesIt XoteIt NotesIt
It is expected epecte that tht before beor long the new newsiver newsilver
5 silver siver certificates certifcates Treasury Teur notes note and andUnited andUnted andUnited
United Unted States notes will w1 be in circulation circulationThe circlaton circulationThe
The Thel1rt first to t appear appe will wl be the silver slver cer certificate cr crtl1cte certificate ¬
tificate tl1cte but butslmlar similar designs deign will r1 be used usedIn usedIn usedin
In the tm different dlIeret kinds knds of ofcurrency currency urcnty to be b is issued issue issued ¬
sued sue An American Indian Idian head will wU be beon beon beon
on tho face of the new notes note instead Insted of ofi ofthe ofthe
i the portrait prtrit of o some sme distinguished distngishe states statesman state statesman ¬
man There will w1 be elaborate scroll scrl work workon workon workon
both sides On the back will be
on bot w1 en engraved e engraved ¬
graved gved two figure fgure 5s In large lare size and in inthe 1nthe inthe
the centre the thl large letter leter V In this ncr respect r ncrpect ¬
pect the style follows folows the recently reenty issued issuedtwodoirar wuedtwodoUnr issuedtwodolrnr
twodoirar bills bis There Tere will wi be a wide mar margin margin margin ¬
gin of white whie on either eIher aide of the large let letter letter letter ¬
ter V VItnilronil VUnlrool VRailroad
Railroad Unlrool Employes Wages nc liaised liaisedNEW InlKcd InlKcdNEW ItnisedNEW
NEW YORK YORK June 4 4The The freight yard yardemployes ya yardempcyes d demploye
employes empcyes of the Lehigh Lhigh Valley Railroad Rallroidarc PalroJd PalroJdarc Railroadare
arc now receiving the same sme wages rages as the thefreight therelght theeight
freight eight yard rd employes of the Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaRailroad PennsylvanIanlroad PennsylvaniaRailroad
Railroad nlroad The new niw scale sCle of wages Wage became becameoperative 1ece 1eceoperatc Lecameoperative
operative operatc on Saturday Saturoy night night The wage wageof wagej wagejof
of the night brakemen have been
o ailvanc adaned adanedfro amivancdfront d dfrom
from fro 52 2 to t 228 S a day brakemen from 2 to
216 night conductors condu tors from fr m 250 to 276 276and 276 276and 276and
and day conductors from 250 210 to 268 268 The Theemployes Theemployes Theemploycs
employes of the Lehigh Lhigh Valley Valey Railroad Railroadasked Rairod Rairodasked Railroadasked
asked for an increase Incres of wages wlges some weeks weeksago weelsaso iveeLsago
ago
Badly Hurt In a lluiiatray lluiiatrayCHICAGO RnnasrayCHICAGO lunnn lunnnCHICAGO
CHICAGO June Jun 4 4Mr Mr ld and ad Mrs Mrs Frank FrankFarthing Frnk FrnkFarthIng FrankFarthing
Farthing well wel known South Side residents residentswere rosldcnts rosldcntsWere residentewere
were seriously Injured yesterday eterday afternoon afternoonIn arernon arernonI
In I a runaway on 0 Garfield Gatcd Boulevard Boulevar Farth Fartaings FarthIgs Farthtags
tags Igs left ler leg was broken and his head h headse headseverely se severely seerely ¬
verely cut cut V Mrs Mr Farthings jaw was true fractured Cre Cretured truetured ¬
tured and her head hcaf bruised bruiicd Her condition conditionis
is serious seriousWE seious seiousWHO seriousIsI
WHO IsI II 0 IS Wcmcn cc sa well as men an anV
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TO TO bladder balJef trouble toubt Dr Eihncra Ilmc RiiaicrjSwamp
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druggists in Of fifty cent cc cclu and fbI
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pares pr candidates cnddte for civil cYl service Kc examina examinations uamla uamlaHon esaminations ¬
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PllelliBffll PROUlHDWITHTBB Till COUNT COUNTCensus C9III1 C9III1Census
Census Enumerators After Afer a Day cf cfKcst cfH cftest
Kcst H test st Kesne nesnre Their Work1lot WorkMost Work WorkHost
Host 1lot of the lien tcn Slake Good Progress Progressand Irtrca Irtrcanml Progressnail
and Meet Iect With Ylh Little Lite Dlilrcalty DUInlt the theOuly theOnl theOnly
Only Onl Trouble Thus Far linr Slaving IIirvlnKBeen InlnJ InlnJDecn SlavingIleest
Been AVltli lh itis the Foreigners Who MTjoDo WhoDo o oDo
Do Not rot Understand the Census CensusThe Cenlus CenlusTe CensusThe
The Te enumerators enueratrs of the local census censusunder cnsus cnsusunder censusunder
under the direction directon ot Harrison Uarlson Dlngman Dlngmansupervisor Dingan Dingansuperisor Diagmansupervisor
supervisor superisor for the District resumed resume their theirlabors theirlabrs theirlabors
labors labrs this morning morlC mornic Already Alredy each enu enumerator enumetltor enumerator ¬
merator has completed the work of two twoor twoor twoor
or more of the blocks of which his dis district d15I distnict ¬
I trict is composed the regulations reglatons requir requiring requirIng requirlag ¬
ing that each block be completed cplete before beforeanother beCoreanother beforeanother
another is undertaken In this way the thework thework thework
work will w1 bo thorough as 1 far as a it I goes goesand goesad goesand
and ad there will w1 be no necessity necessiy of review reviewing reviewIng reviewIng ¬
ing any section 8ecton of the city cityUp ciy ciyUp cityUp
Up to the te present time tme the enumera enumerators cnumerators caumeratons ¬
tors have had no serious trouble In se securing secring securing ¬
curing cring answers an5wen to their teIr questions que5tons and andthey andthey andthey
they anticipate antcIpate none in the future Of Ofcourse Ofcourse i
course curse there are people who do not under understand understand understand ¬
stand what the census Is or what hat the ama nwnwho amawho n nwho
who takes It is trying to do but this class classIs cJas cJasIs classis
Is largely confined to the foreign foreIg popu population population population ¬
lation and is becoming limited lmie more and andmore andmore andmore
more each day as information Inforaton concerning concerningthe cncrning cncrningthe concerningthe
the work becomes become spread spred by word of ofmouth ofmouth ofmouth
mouth or by the reading rendIg of newspapers newspaperslu newspapersII
lu II the business districts distrIct the difficulties difficultieswill dlmcu1es dlmcu1esm difficultieswill
will m be slight slght and doubtless doubtes the work workthere worktere workthere
there tere In proportion to the number of ofnames atnames ofnames
names registered will wi be far more rapid rapidthan rapidth rapidthan
than th In the more sparsely populated populate sec sections sectons seetions ¬
tions tons where less system obtains obtins and the thepeople thep thepeople
people ple less
p arc ar getatable
in the instructions Instroctons to the enumerators enumeratorsthey enumerator enumeratorsthey
they the were warned waned not to display their au authority autorIy authonity ¬ I
thority torIy until untl it became bce absolutely neces necessary nee necessary ¬
sary 1 ry that it was better to turn away wrath wrathwith wrth wrthwih wrathwith
with wih soft sof words than to become Imperious Imperiousand ImPrlol ImPrlolnnd imperioisand
and impress the reticent retcent subject of inqui inquisition l inquttition qui quidton ¬
sition dton with the enumerators enumertors power to In Invoke Invoke incoke ¬
voke the law That there will Wi be some somepeople somepeple sonicpeople
people peple who will wi have hve to be 0 report repor reported d to the thehigher thehigher thehigher
higher officials ot the census is beycni beycnidoubt b beycaidoubt ycn ycndoubt
doubt Just what will w1 happen lppen to them if ifthey I ifthey
they persist p lt in refusing to answer ques questions que queslions ¬
lions tons it is Impossible Imposlbe to t bay tay though the thelaw thelaw thelaw
law and the penalty prescribed pesrib for such suchobstinacy suchobUncy suchobstinecy
obstinacy obUncy is I very plain In most cases Ca the thepunishment thepunishment thepunishment
punishment will wi probably probbly not extend be beyond beyond beyond ¬
yond a severe lecture and Jn the few ob obdurate ob ohdurate ¬
durate cases to to possible detention det tnn for a afew nfew afew
few hours hour It I is considered consdere likely lkey that tt in ina ina ina
a city of tho character of
ciy chareter Washington Washlngtn there therewill tere terew1 therewill
will w1 be few Jt J any who W ho will wi require reuire this ttistreatment t thistreatment i
treatment treatmentThe tretment tretmentTe treatmentThe
The Te greatest gretult Interest Inte t In the National NationalCensus Natonal NatonalCensus NationalCensus t
Census will w be had in the te new towns to1 and andcities 5flfcitIes n ncUe
cities cUe of the West We Places PJa which have havesprung haveaprons
sprung sprng in a few years yers from nothing at all allto aUto allto I
to a population ioulaUon of o several evrl thousand thousnd souls soulswill suls sulsvi soulswill
vi will naturally naturaly be more mor anxious to t find out outtheir outtheir I
their ther exact population pulCton and nd to have hve it as asgreat asI asgreat
I I great gret as possible and so s recorded rered pens permanently Pe pensneatly ¬ I
neatly nenty than thn will wU the cities cUe of longer longr histo history histor ¬
ry r and ad slower growth grow Many aJY cities cles In that thatsection thtlt5ton thatsietion
section 5ton which now have 12000 l O to 20000 260 In Inhabitants Inhabitnt inhabitants ¬
habitants habitnt did dl not no appear apCr on the rolls roll of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the last census censs and others ohe which now nowboast nowbOt nowboast
boast bOt of o 50000 5000 to 100000 100 citizens citzens were then thengiven ten tengIe thengiven
given gIe aa containing continIg but b t a dozen dO or a score scoreof sre scoreof I Iot
of thousands thousandsThe thousnds thousandsThe
The spirit of o rivalry rIvary will w1 develop deveo between betweenmany bhrecn bhrecnmny betweenmany I
many mny such cities cil and k i is regarded regde as aspossible HpOSibe aspossible
possible pOSibe that at the end en of o the t Census Censusscandals 8n5USsals easesscandals
scandals sals will wl arise arse or charges chrg of corrupt corruptpracticewill corruptpracticw1ll
practicewill pmctl 1n be brought breght such s ae a those Ue of often often
ten te years yea ago when St S Paul and Minne Minneapolis Minneapolia Ulne UlneapUs ¬
apolis became bme embittered ebltter by their rivalry rivalryand rvr rivalryand
and each ech accused accua its Jt sister sietoI city of having havingpadded havingpadded
padded pade the returns reur even to the extent etent of ofenumerating ofenumeratD ofenumerating
enumerating enumeratD the dead dea and a the drummers drummerswho drummerswho drummerswho
who passed pS but a few hours hor at a hotel hotelThe hotalTe hotelThe
The Te census officials ofcils however hweer start art fore forewarned forewarned ¬
warned wrne in this respect rO t and a will wl ua Hi all alldiligence 01 alldiligence
diligence dignce in I eliminating elmlnaUngch such work workNUNS work workNU workNUNS
NUNS NU AS A CENSUS CENSUSThree CESUSTAS CESUSTASThree CENSUSTARS CENSUSTARSThree
Three of Them to Cnnvns Institu Institutions Inttu Inttutlol Institutions ¬
tions tlol In New > ev C York TorkNEW YorkNEW ork
NEW YORK Ju JUBe Juse e 4 4Tre 4Three Tfcree nuns and aD a aChristian aChrIsIan aChristian
Christian ChrIsIan Brother Brher will v1 work today toy as a a tint United UDtted tintted ¬
ted States Sttes census cenas enumerate eaUIerto under undr Su Supervisor S4 S Spervisor ¬
pervisor pr or Charles Chrle S Wilbur Wibr The Th nens mn will willenumerate willenumerate 11
enumerate euerate the te inmates Inmte of five fve institMtioae institMtioaeto IMlutl
to which outsiders are rarely admitted It
was w in obedience oience to a a request reu from the theheads iheheads
heads he of these tee institutions lotiutl that Supervisor SupervisorWilbur Stl Sept rvi rvison rvisonWilbur
Wilbur Vlbur replaced replace the t regular reulr eaumerators eaumeratorsby eBumetor
by the nuns nunsThe nms nmsTe aimsThe
The Te Institution IMttut which wb wilt wI be b canvtseid canvtseidtodty CBn5 CBn5today canwse canwsetoday
today and tomorrow toorow by th t the nuns are Mount MountSt MountSt Iont IontSL
St Vincent Vinent Academy Acdemy St S SL Josephs Jo hs Iks Ikspital Uuplal lkspital
pital plal St St Francis Frncs Hospital H0p I the te IcsMtuim IcsMtuimof
of Mercy on West Wot Eightyfirst EIChtyfnt Street Str et and amithe aD andthe
the Female Academy Acdlmy cf the Sacred Saee Heart HeartThe Hut HeartThe
The brother will wi enumerate enuerte the llnt iniztsof innj2tes innj2tesof
of the Catholic Ctholc Protectory ProtectoryThe Poeory PoeoryThe ProtectoryThe
The ciyt cy has been divided divide up so s that ttaieach ta taeac thateach
each of the 1100 enumerators enumertor has about
eac 110 abut abutOO
2000 OO persons peon to t record recrd on the census cDS slips slipsIn slp slipsIn
In round figures fgure each enumerator enumertor will willmake wIl wiLlmake
make 350 350The 50 50The 50The
The champion enumerator enumertor will wi complete completebis caplete capletehis completehis
his district by tomorrow toorrow and perhaps perhp to tonight t tonight ¬
night night but he is an exceptionally eceptonly qulk qulkworker qulkorker quiskworker
worker orker due to experience gained gned in 1S80 1S80Enumerators 18 1590Enumerators
Enumerators Enumerator who become beome wearied werled of the thsjob th thjob thejob
job and attempt atempt to quit because buse they do donot donot donot
not like lke the work wii wt will have a hard had lima limaresigning tme tmereigning timeresigning
resigning reigning There is I a special Epecal law aw which whichgives whic whichgives
gives Supervisor SuperIsor Wilbur Wibur the right to t placj placjunder pac pacuder placaunder
under uder arrest aCl any anY enumerator who quits quitsunless quit quitsunless
unless he can cn produce a doctors certificate certificatedeclaring certfice certficedeclarIng ceztificaedeclaring
declaring him to be physically phrsi Uy unfit unft to con coatinue CO COUnue continue
tinue the work One census taker taer insisted insistedupoi InisLUp Insistadupom
upoi Up quitting quitng until unt Supervisor Superrf0r Wilbur Wilburthreatened WIbur WIburthretened Wilburthreatened
threatened thretened him with arrest arCt Thoe who re resign resg nosign ¬
sign sg for reasons rca cf c physical phyIcl disability diblty will willnot wi willnot
not get a cent ct pay payI payK payFTrrcm
K FTrrcm I BY Y A HORSES HORS KICK KICKBaltimore XC XCDnllmore KIOKUulimore
Baltimore Dnllmore AVomnu Expire s Without AVIthontIlCRrnlnlnsr Withoutitegnining lbout lboutlelnlnln
IlCRrnlnlnsr lelnlnln Consciousness ConacloasneaBALTIMORE Conscloulueas ConscloulueasBALTDIRE ConsciousnessBALTIMORE >
BALTIMORE BALTDIRE Md June 4 4Mrs Mrs Ir Mary MaryE MaryB Iar
E E Vogle thirtysir thirysx years ear old wife Wie of ofGeorgo otGeorge ofGeorgo
Georgo L L Vogle 203 South Woodyear WoodyearStreet WoodyearStreet WoodyearStreet
Street southwest Suthest Baltimore Baltmore died yester yeer yeerday ycaterday i iday
day morning from CroI the effects efects ot being beingkicked beingkicked beingkicked
kicked about abut an hour before by a horse horsobelonging horsebelonging horsebelonging
belonging to her husband who is a huck huckster huckster huckster ¬
ster sterThe The horse while being fed fe In the stable stablein stablein I IIn
in the rear of Mr Vogles home broke brokethrough brokeI brokethrough brokethrough I
through tho door dor and ran out into Int the thestreet th thstreet thestreet
street Mrs rs Voglo followed to1owed the animal animl to toa toa
a lot at the corner of McHenry and Cal Calhoun Calhoun Calhoua
houn Streets S ret As she went toward the theanimal theanimal theanimal
animal he kicked viciously one of his hishoofs hishofs hishoofs
hoofs hofs striking strking Mrs 1lr Vogle over the heart heartSho heartSho heartShe
Sho dropped as if I she had been shot shotSho shotSho shotShe
Sho was carried crrIed home unconscious unconscloaa Dr DrJ DrJ DrJ
J C Pound was w summoned smmons but he was wasunable Wasunable wasunable
unable to do d anything for her She died die diedwithout
1 without wihout regaining regah ng consciousness consciounes Mr and andMrs andMrs andMrs
Mrs Vogle were married about thirteen thirteenyears thirteenyear thirteenyears
years year ago Besides her husband huband Mrs Vo Vogle Vose Vogle ¬
gle se leaves one child Bofore coming cming to toBaltimore toBaltmore toBaltimore
Baltimore Baltmore nearly two years years ago the fam family fam1y fainily
ily 1y lived lve in Philadelphia PhiladelphiaReceipt PhladelphIa PhladelphIalecclptK PhiladelphiaReceipts
Receipt lecclptK nnd Expenditures ExpendituresThe Eqendlurcs EqendlurcsTe
The Te receipts rept of the te Government Qvernmet toay toayamounted today todayamounted todayamounted
amounted to 222644560
S22456beinc being composed composedof
of customs cUltoms 356107440 5fil07440 t107440 Internal revenue revenue1C9iS22
109483223 1C9iS22 miscellaneous mLs ellaneou 57053887 70587 The Theexpenditures Theereflurc Thoerpentliturcs
expenditures ereflurc reached reche the sum su ot 2243
000 leaving lelng an excess ot receipts receipt over ex expenditures expenditur cxpcndutures ¬
penditures penditur today toay amounting aountng to 8244560 8244560Once 844560 844560Once 8244560Once
Once Heurichs Heurchs beer br always alwy IleurichS Heurchs beer beerHeuricas beerlleuriclfs
Heuricas lcurchs by y phone pone 631 631A cu cuLIFE GIlA
A LIFE AND D DEATH DETJ FIGHT FIGHTMr FIGIT FIGITlr FIGHTMr
Mr lr W A lime Hine of Manchester 1bnchetr Iowa Jow writing writingof utn utnolhl
of his almosi mos miraculous from death d
olhl mircou tpe escape rm th says saysExposure saysExpurr r
Exposure after aftr mrasles m 4sc induced ild serious rO lung uq tree trouble t treehis ¬
his which ended in consumption = t n J I had frequent frequenthemorrhages r rdoor frequenthemonhagea
hemorrhages nn and coughed u night and day All my
doctors door said ad I must mu soon en die de Then Tm I began bn 1 to use useDr ue ueD useDr
Dr D Kings Kin New Ne Discovery Dr which wbic wljolly wl lT cured curedtne curedmc
tne Hundreds nund have need Ud it J on o my sdrice dc and au all allsay li lisay
say it never leU fail rlt fiiIs to cure tr thr tr thenat < vt t chest chet and ad lung lungtroubles lungtroubles
troubles truble Regular BCar size fz 50 5 cents eual and an 1 1 Trial Trialbottles Trialbottles
Street Strt bottles btte free fr at Henry len Evans EQ drag d store tor I 922 9 F FStreet FStrt FStreet
ADHIRAL ADM ADMIRLEWEYS DEWEYS ES TRIP TRIPAdmiral TR TRle TRIPlie
le lie Will Vll LCIT Lciy < or the Vcst cal TOnr TOnrrnv Tomar Tomar3row
3row rnv Night NhhtAdmir NightAdmiral
Admiral Admir Dewey DeeyvIli jplll l leave on his second secondWestern send sendWeern secondWestern
Western Weern trip trp ever CT the he Baltimore Ba1more and Ohio OhioRailroad OhioRirad OhioRailroad
Railroad Rirad at 9 oclock tJtl tomorrow tmorw evening He Hewill Hewl Hewill
will wl be be acconjbanfed acco accoujagf b d by Mrs lr Dewey and andby nndby andby
by Lieut LeutH H n H ualdwell idel his hi secretary secretaryThe seretry seretryTe secretaryThe
The Te Admiral willi 111 have the same se special specialtrain sptclal sptclaltr specialtraia
train tr n that tht was wa J placed lced at hIs disposal dIspl by bythe bythe bythe
the Baltimore Bnltmore amiOhIo and Ohio on the occasion oalon ot othis othIs ofhis
his former forer trip The Te companys represen representative reprn reprntat1e representatve ¬
tative tat1e in charge clrge of the party pay wi will be J 1 H HMaddy HIaddy H3laddy
Maddy chief clerk In the thed dspartment par ment of oftho ofthe ofthe
the general manager managerAdmiral managerAdmiral managerAdmiral
Admiral Dewey will w1 b bi hi absent from fromWashington frm frmWa3hlngton fromWashington
Washington eight tlght days daya Columbus olubus Ohio Ohiowill Ohiowl Ohiowill
will wl be reached reche at 1 p m June 6 On June
8 the Adimral lmrl wit reach rech DiAroIt and on the thellth thelUh the11th
llth he will w1 be at Grand Gtnd Rapids Rpids From that thatpaint thatpoint j jpoint
point he wll will go g U t t Avilla A1a aad d will wi then thenturn rs r rturn i iturn
turn to Washington reaching reachng here at 4 p pm p pUI
m June 13 13J6ERS 13MBs
13M
J6ERS M WILLIAMS WI CHARGES CHARGESSues CHE CHESUe CHARGESSues
Sues SUe for or Divorce Alleging l JhJ Assault Aninultnnd Assaultnail KnuJt KnuJtnnd
nnd DrunkenttcH DrunkenttcHJennette Drun DrunkenuessIennette enuet enuetennete
Jennette ennete Williams Wiiltams llal today filed suit for di divrce dirorce i ivorce
vorce vrce against aginst her her husband James Jame H Wil Williams WI Willlama ¬
llama lam alleging aleng the Le fondness fondnes of the defend defendant defendant defendant <
ant for Intoxicating Intxcattng lquor liquors frequent freuet ab absence absene absemico ¬
sence sene from fr home at night and assault ault as asthe a athe asthe
the grounds groundsThe gounds goundsThe groundsV
V The couple it I is stated ste were married mrred In iathis Inthis inthis
this city ciy in October Oco 1897 Mrs Ir Williams Williamsalleges Wiiams Wiiamsalee Williamsalleges
alleges alee that on last lat Easter Eater Sunday hei heihusband helhusbnnd beahusband
husband beat btther her and a d that Ui on April Apri 23 he heput heput heput
put her and her child chid out in the street sreet and andstruck ad adstruck andstruck
struck her in tho face tce and abused her m mvile II IIvile invile
vile language languageOn laguge languageOn
On that occasion ocsion she states ftte5 Jhe de was wascompelled wascompeled wascompelled
compelled compeled to t remain recI on the porch prc until untl
1130 130 p m with wIb her child childPAINTINGS cid cidPATIGS childPAfliTINGS
PAINTINGS PATIGS BY Y PKftTTV PKftTTVIdentity PE PEIdentty PEALEIdentity
Identity Identty of Portrait JortrnlK nt Washington AVnuhlnctonnnd Washingtonand nblnton nblntonDud
Dud Lee Le University UniversityLEXINGTON tnher UniversityLEXiNGTON l l1E
LEXINGTON 1E IGTON Va June 4 4The The Laay Laayette La Laayotto ay ayette
ette portrait ortrl which was presented preete to toWashington toWashIngton
Washington and Leo Q University in 1S97 by
Gen W C Lee Le has recently recenty been b n proved provedto pro e et
t to have he been the work of Charles Chles W Peale Pealethe P Pealethe le lethe
the famous fmous artist artst Daring Drl g Herbzrt WIaas WIaasvisit WellhSvisit hs hsvsit
visit vsit to the university unieriy recently reconty he var varnished varnihe varnished ¬
nished nihe and cleaned both bth the te portraits portrit of ofWashlnKton otahlndon ofWashington
Washington ahlndon and Lafayette ayete The improve improvement improvement improvemeat ¬
ment is i marked The Te outlines outnes and the ted loloring co coorlng tedoning
oring of the figures fgures and the backgrounds bickgroundshave bck backgroundshave ounds oundsbo
have been brought brught out with graat distinct distinctness diUnct diUnctnc distinctness ¬
nc ness a yet the effect Is well wel preserved preserred The Thework Te Tework Thework
work was carefully ccuUy done as a the t portraits portraitsare portlt portltae
are ae ot great gret historic h1tor value and are ar classed classedas casc cascas
as the most mpt mpst valued lued treasures treaure of the th uni university un unverIy uavarsity ¬
varsity versityThere verIy verIyThere varsityThere
There existed exled aa uncertainty unerinty as a to how howWashington h bawWashington w wWashingon
Washington becanw bem the poesssscr of La Lafayettes L Lafayettes ¬
per
Washingon fayettes fayetes portrait prtrai and the year ye In which whichthe whic whichthe
the work was wa dose done and whether wheter Peale Pealereally Pele Pelerealy Peaiereally
really realy painted pIntd it It Under the retouches retuche cf cfthe dthe L Lthe
the artists t1ts brush brsh briishVthere there now appers in the theleft t theleft
left lef corner corer near lenr netir the lower side very vry plainly plainlytho plalniyto plainlythe
the to inscription incrlptOuG G W Peale plnxl plnx1i9 plnx1i9which plnx1179 plnx1179which < 79 79which
which proves proesle the work ork authentic autentc The por portrait portit portrait ¬
trait tit ot Washington Wai also als shows sows the inscrip inscription Inrp Inrpton macription ¬
tion ton much plainer gon and is l C W Peile Peilepinr1772 Pe11eplnxI7 Pealepinx1772
pinr1772 plnxI7 Both paer were once the property propEry of ofWashington ofWashington
Washington Wahington and for for many mn7 years adsrnsd adsrnsdhis ad adarndhis rn 3
his hi home at Mount Iount Vernon YeroR and an were finally finallyinherited fny fnyInerIed finallyinherited
inherited InerIed by Gen Gen Ge R R E E Lee Le The Lafay Lafayette Lfay Lfayete Lafaycite ¬
cite ete portrait prtrit was W1 a present prelet from fm him hi to toWashington t toWashington
Washington and was painted when we La Lafayette L Lafayette ¬
fayette faJette was w only twentytwo twenttwo years yer old oldBoth olitBoth
Both portraits portris occupy oCtpy positions piions of honor 1onor In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the Lee L Memorial 3femorlal Chapel ChapelThe Cbl ChapelThe
The university univeriy Is in I receipt reeipt of the spies splendid spleDdid spiesdid ¬
did collection clecton o or paintings pntngs which consti constituted ccai ccaitute coast coasttuted ¬
tute tuted the art collection leton of 0 the late 1te VUcat VUcatL vt t tL
L L Bradford Bradfor of Philadelphia and an who 1 be bequeathed I bequeathed ¬
queathed qucthe them te to the adversity ucn I They Theyhave Tey Teyhve Theyhave
have hve been n unpacked uJcke u packed amid an are ae BOW BW ia i the art artthe artglery artgallery
glery gallery c of t ti e Waren Wrrea Newcob Neweocob HaIL at atte atthe
the te university tnlverlt ieniversitybUC but br bare bav not nt Leon e placed placedoa
on the t walls wll Preparations eprt Ds are le being blns safe safeto Jle Jleto madeto
to place ph e them the and an it is te be b hoped ho tat tvatthey tatthey tatthey
they will wi bo b ready dy for exaibidcn o lbitrn at the thecommeEtement akecmme thecommencement
commencement cmme cm t this t1 month month There are six sixtytwo sx sxtytvo statytwo ¬
tytwo tytvo of them themENDED themEE themENDED
ENDED HIS LIFE WITH GAS GASDespondent GASDcsiondcnt
EE H LE WH GA GADctltOntJent
Despondent DctltOntJent Baltimore nn1lmo Men Inn Asphyx Asphyxiated Aspliyamini lpl ¬
mini iutet In n Bathroom BathroomBALTIMORE Inthroom InthroomBALTDORH liatIiroomuBALTIMORE
BALTIMORE BALTDORH JOB JUf June 4 4Han 4Harry Harry P G Gle Gletklrtcgkt Gede Gedethirtyeight de dethirtyeight
thirtyeight tklrtcgkt years yers oW o son Si of o henry Ie P PCode PGe PGude
Code Ge of 134 131 iae Pruhl Drok Hill Hi Avenue Avenu commit eemraltted emml emmlte committeil
I ted te suicide sulIe Saturday Sturda night niht by inhaling Inhaln flu HtamintiBg Hh HhmlDl fluminatisig
I mintiBg mlDl g gas g Mr Genie Goe was ws unmarried unmarriedawl unmarriedsad
I awl aa lived Uvi with WIk his hi parents prent He was W a aclerk
clerk but for seme seenetizne time bad been unem 1J ¬
ployed plye Worry Wor over this tbl and aa ane aI also er ever everhis Tf Tfhb r rhis
his hb suffering suferD from trm kidney klHY trouble trb it is issaid 1 1si Issaid
said si caused CWe him to take his hi life lifeAbout 1e llt lltAbout
About Abt 73 73 7 oclock oclk yesterday ctry wa when wMnHer wheniiemy n nHenry
Henry Her Guile Gue went ent to take a bath bt he b found fowadthe tfo foundthe
the th door dor of the bathroom bt locked 1e He re returned re returned ¬
turned turne in half har SB hour hor and a still sUI finding findingit big bigi
it i locked loke and aa getting gotUb ne D response rens to t his hisknocks bb hisknocks
knocks koks Be fe forced foree his bl way w in The T room roomwas ro row roomwas
was w filled fle with gas g and an his BOB M dead ded IB 18rokng a arocking arocking
rocking rokng chair chairThe chairThe V VThe
The gas ga was w turned on full ful and a to pre prevent prevent prevent ¬
vent its it escape ep rags ra had hd been stuffed sture in inthe inthe inthe
the cracks crck around the door dor and ant in the thekeyhole te tekeyhole thekeyhole
keyhole The body by was w stiff stf aDd had ha evi evidently evidenty cvidently ¬
dently denty been cold cld for several sverl hours Dr DrXorris DrJorls DrNorris
Norris Jorls C Robins was s called cale in and Capt CapUJohn CaptJohn CaptJohn
John Baker of the Northwestern Jorthwestern police policestation pole policestation
station stton notified noUfie Coroner Baldwin Bldwl de decided decdC docidel ¬
cided cdC that death deaC was due to asphyxiation asphyxiationSILVER aphaUon aphaUonSIV asphyxiationSILV
SILVER SIV SILV FOB TH T THE K BTENTTJCKY BTENTTJCKYArrangement KUC KUCArrnnJ XEJTUCKYArrangements
ArrnnJ Arrangement nlcnt for the Presentation Presentationnt IrcKentntoD IrcKentntoDnt
nt Old Point 10IntXEWPORT PointNEWPORT j jNEWPORT
NEWPORT NEWS JEWS Va Ya June 4 4The 4Thebttlesip 4Thebattleship The Thebattleship
battleship bttlesip Kentucky Kent k will il drop down dow to Old OldPoint OldPoInt OldPoint
Point today todaY and preparations JrcparaUons will wi be be made madefor madefir madefr
for fir the presentation prCentaUon to t the ship by bY the t1e pee peopie peo people peepie
pie of the Blue Due Grass Grs State S te of ofa a handsome handsomeand handsne handsneand handsomeand
and costly caUy sliver sUver service srrlc said sid to be b the thelargest thelarges thelargest
largest larges ever given an a American AmeriCn warship warshipA
A representative represette of the themaker makers will mI arrive arriveat arriveat arriveat
at Old Od Point today toy from Philadelphia Phlade pa and andwill andl andwill
l will arrange arrge everything eveithlng before t V arrival arrivalof arivl arivlorthe arrivalct
of orthe the delegation delegaton from Kentucky Kentuck tomorrow tomorrownight tomorrownight
night The Te presentation will wl take te place placeWednesday placeWednesday
Wednesday Wedneay about noon It I is L expected that thatseveral thatseveral
several setll hundred people will w1 come from fromKentucky fromKentuck fromKentucky
Kentucky Kentuck to t see Sfe the service rrvice presented presentedIt preented
It is reported here that the training trining ship shipHartford shipHartford shipHartford
Hartford Farraguts Flqgts old flagship gshIP now in inHampton InHamptn inHampton
Hampton Hamptn Roads R a ifter after a memorable memorbeToyage memorbeToyagefom voyage voyagefrom voyagefrom
from fom San Sa Francisco FranCso will w1 be sent to France Francefor F Francefor ce cetor
for the naval rendezvous during the Ex Exposition E Bapcaition ¬
position pclton as a soon Eoonas as she can cn be docked doked and andcleaned andcleane andcleaned
cleaned cleane at the Xew York navy nvy yard yardPICTTTBES yardV ard ardPICTUE
V PICTTTBES PICTUE OF THE T ECLIPSE ECLIPSESeriCM ECLISE ECLISESerics ECLIPSESeries
Series of o Moving lIoIng Views YIewl Proves to Be Bea DcI lieft
a I SUCCCSM SUCCCSMORANGE Sueee SueeeOR SuccessORANGE
ORANGE OR GE J N J 1 June 4 4A A number of ofmoving ofmovlng ofmoving
moving pictures taken ot the suns sns eclipse eclipseat eclpse eclpseat eclipseat
at Virginia Virinia Beach each Va last week eek have havobeen havebeen havebeen
been developed develo > cd at it the te Edison Laboratory Laboratoryin
in I West Orange Orage with splendid ledd results reult The Thepictures Thepictures Thepictures
pictures are clear ce and distinct dlrinct and are ae be believed beleved beIleved ¬
lieved leved xo 0 be b of unusual unual scientific scientfc impor importance Importance upontance ¬
tance as they show the progress progreS of the tlieeclipse tteeclpse theeclipse
eclipse eclpse much bottom betel than any number of ofsingle ofsingle ofsingle
single photographs photographsThe photogphs photogphsThe
The pictures were taken by James Jaes H HWhite UWite HWhite
White Wite of the Edison Edisn Laboratory Lboratory who whoused whoused whoused
used for the purpose an apparatus designed designedespecially deiged deigedesecialy designedespecially
especially esecialy for the work workI WorkEight workEight
I Eight different dlIeren series seric of pictures pictur were weremade weremade ere eremae
made mae The negatives all nl of which were weresccessful wereenccessfuliy
I successfully sccessful y developed develope show the corona coronathe coronathe
the chromosphere chromoshere the streamers sraers and the theother theother theother
other peculiarities peeuUarles of otthe the eclipse eclp all very veryclearly veryclearly
clearly clery The pictures were ere taken at the therate therte therate
rate rte of twentyfive twentyfve s z second secondA secnd secndA secondAFatimers
A AFatimers Fathers Atonement AtonementWILKESBARRp AtonementWILKESBARRIC tonementWILESBARR
WILKESBARRp WILKESBARRIC I p Pa > June 4 4Mrs Mrs Irs J JJevon J JJevons SJevone
Jevons of this thI city cty has ba received reeived a letter letterfrom leter leterfrm letterfrom
from frm an Indianapolis lawyer lawyer telling telng her herthat h herthat r rat
that at her father who had been missing for fortwenty fortenty fortwenty
twenty years year was dead and ad had hd left Jef her herreal herrel herreal
real rel estate ette in Indianapolis Indinapol1 valued at 30
000 The father Charles Chrles Rlchel left her hersoon herson hersoon
soon son after aCer the death of her mother meter when whsnthe wh whenthe n nthe
the daughter daughtr was w seven years ye old Mr 1 acd acdMrs aedMr cxiiMrs
Mrs Mr Michael Dubrick adopted aoptd the te girl gir and andbrought andbrought andbrought
brought her up1 OP and ad J j Sevens a ecu ccntractor CGt ecutractor
tractor tctor hero married marlo her
iFiAII1 AFFAIBSOFTIEDIfflCT AFFAIBSOFTIEDIfflCTGoods AFFAIRS OF THE IIII lISTRIGT lISTRIGTGoods BIRI BIRIOoods
Goods of Merchants MerclJufs to Be Removed RemovedFrom RemovedFrom RemovetFrom
From Sidewalks Sidewalkstcport Sitewaks SitewaksRcport SidewaiksReport
Report of the Inspector of Bnildln Duldln DuldlnSlo fluihdins fluihdinsShows n nSliotvM
Shows Slo Elxtcnttlvu EtfnMlve improvementDurixijf L1lrOCment L1lrOCmentDur improvement tiuproenientsDurtug
Durixijf Dur 1 3Iny 31nTmplnlntl MayComplaints Complaints of Resl ResldeiitM ResldentM Realdents
dents In Regard to VarlotiM lonl Matters MattersIle MattersIteeived Iaters IatersUecelcd
Ile Uecelcd < elvcd b by oy the Commissioner CommissionerThe Cmullsloncrl CmullsloncrlTe CommissionersThe
The Te Commissioners Commioners of oCte the District have havebeen bva bvabeen havebeen
been called cled upon to t consider from time tie to totime t ttme toUme
time tme the right of merchants merchant and others on onLouisiana onLuhnn onLouisiana
Louisiana Luhnn and Massachusets rsachus Avenues to toexhibit t toexhibit
exhibit exhibit goods glJds in the parking arlg and nn on o the thesidewalks te teslde thesidewalks
sidewalks slde in front of their paces 1 aces ot bust business bui buiness bustness ¬
ness Tie T e question queton has ha now come cme befcre befcrethem bcCcre bcCcrethemngain betcrethem
them themngain again in the form of applications apUctcD for forspace fa faspace forspace
space or of protests prtest from citizens cCzens against againstthe aglnt aglntth againstthi
the th thi use of the sidewalks sidewalk for such suc purposes purpoxsand purpoKsad purposesand
and ad it I is known in the Le District Building BuCdln as asone asone asone
one of the problems problcm which V eeem sem to defy defyco defycolution so solution aolutioa ¬
lution or settlement settlementThe fetUement fetUementThe settlementV settlementThe
The latest latet investigation Ivelst0n into the matter matterwas mater materw matterwas
was w called QUO forth by a a report Tnndt m > by one of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Inspectors Inlpcor of o the Engineer Ellneer Depart Department Depar Deparment Departmacnt ¬
ment ment to the effect eet that tt proprietors prprietors of auc auction aucton acetion ¬
tion ton houses hou on Louisiana Lulslan Avenue Avnue between betweenSixth betweenSixth betweenSixth
Sixth and Seventh Sventh Streets Streetsat at t the corner of ofSeventh oCSnth ofSeventh
Seventh Snth and Massachusetts ehuetts Avenue AVfue north northwest nort northwest ¬
wet west the slate slte yardtm yrdn Moesachuscts Ilst mset Ave AvenUe A Ayenile ve venu
nile nu between Second Send and nd Third Thr Streets Streetsand Street Streetsand
and the stone stne yard yar near ner Seventh Street Steet on onMassachusetts onascuctt onMassachusetts
Massachusetts ascuctt Avenue are taking up space spacein spaceIn spacein
in front of their tei places paee paces of business bue contrary contraryto cnt
to law lawThe lawThe lawThe
The report reprt of the inspector qspe having havng been beenreferred beenrefered beenreferred
referred refered to t tho Police Department Deprent for 1or in investigation Invealgtor investigatiomr ¬
vestigation vealgtor Major Sylvester Sylester made mde this thisstatement ti thisstatement
statement statementIt stateent stateentI
It I appears from the statements statement of the theparties thepaties theparties
parties paties concerned concred that where they have havenot havenot havenot
not already complied coto le with the order and andremoved ad adremove andremoved
removed remove goods s from frm the parking parkng they theyhave theyhave theyhave
have made mae applications applctons tb t the Commis Commissioners Commlsaloner Cornmisatoners ¬
sioners aloner for er permits permit permitato to t me u e the spare zp and ere erestill arestill re restl
still stl occupying oupyIg it I pending poning the settlement settlementof settement settementor
of their applications applctons for permits permitsWhile prts prtsWhUe permitsWhile
While the space In front ot their re respective reI respectice ¬
I spective sJcUve premises premIs on Louisiana LuIsi Avenue is isvery Iscry isvery
very cry wide Wide the te police ple have endeavored endenvore to tobe t tobe
l be b consistent conulnt by b keeping keping ample aple space sp open openfor openfor
for pedestrians pesti the the cases cae in I a a measure measurebeing meaure meaurebing measurebeing
being bing analogous analogu to those tse of the merchants merchantson mercat
on the south sut side of o Pennsylvania Pennl1vl Avenue Avenuebetween Aveue Aveuebtveen Avenuebetween
between btveen Sixth Sith and Seventh Sevent Streets north northwest northwet northwest ¬
west wet where the Commissioners C9mmlsloner son te time timeago tme tmeag timeago
ago ag permitted a reasonable ronble occupancy oplnc of ofthe otthe ofthe
the sidewalk sidewalkThe sewalk stdewalitThe
The statement stement of Major ajor Sylvester Sylester hay having hv hvIng haylag ¬
ing been be cent to t the Engineer EInee Depart Department Deputment Departmeat ¬
ment Capt < pt H C Newcomer Newcmer the assistant assistantto asIstt asIsttto
to the Engineer Commissioner Cmmillner has ha for forvrarded forarde foriarded
vrarded arde the following folowing recommendation remmendation to tohis toh tohis
his h chief chiefThat c cble cbleThat ef efT
That T the te parties pies on Louisinana Lulslnana and andMassachusetts aDd1acueUs andMassachusetts
Massachusetts 1acueUs Avenues Aveue referred refere to be b re required roquired ¬
quired quire to discontinue dsntnue their ther use us ot public publicspace pbic pbicSO publicspace
space SO either eite on sidewalk sidewak or parking paking for forthe forthe forthe
the purpose pr3e of exhibiting exhibIng their ther goods gs and aadthat andthat
that tht replies repleto to this t effect eet be b made me to such suchof suchof
of o these thee parties prte as have submitted submite written writteni wrten wrtenaUeeUoDa writtenapplications
i applications aUeeUoDa for permits permt That Tht the furni furniture furi furiture furnitore ¬
ture dealers deales be b required reUre to vacate vate the thepublic thepuic thepublic
public puic space sp at once oc and a that dealers deers in intatabatonvs inbtO tntombstones
tombstones btO be b required reclr to vacate T3e the pub public pb pble publie ¬
lie le space E within wltl thirty trty days dy after aeer date te of ofaoUScatioa ofaotJcstSon
aoUScatioa a3Un It is i not thought consist COn8 consistent consistentwith eat eatwith etwth
with wth tie te beat b interests it < a of the public ptbUe in ineither l lelter ineither
either of o these te localities IOUe to t permit prt the ttecontinuance ttaetaue thecontinuance
continuance etaue ef ta 1 the present pent practice praCce ia the thedteptay te teol thedIsplay
dIsplay of ol goa4e oeds V TMs ns T4 Is s especially aly ob objectionable cIsjeetlonable ¬
jectionable jtie in the U eas C case of Massachssetta MassachssettaAveaee
Aveaee which is not a business street reeL
The recommendation tioa of Captain Cptn New Newcomer Newcomer Newer ¬
T remtO o
I comer er has been be approved approve by the t Engineer EngineerCcauEsssioeer EDgf EngineerCGaatssioser
CcauEsssioeer C er and aD it is understood unento that thatthe tLt tLtt thatthe
the t other o members membr of o th thl the < > Board B are ar la lafavor 1f Iafavor
favor of the being mg the most ¬
favr o ti plea pn as mot prac practical prc practical
tical tc way out et ot o a question qle which whlhs has bees beesinfested beeninfested e
infested Ia1e with tk some s difficulty difficultyTk dUll difficeityThe ly lyT
Tk T The Inspector Iasptor of Buildings Buiding has Is submit submitted subl submitted ¬
ted te his hi report re of operations ort6s in the t de department d department ¬
partment pr nt fcr fc r the month mth of o May Iay I9M I9MPertslta 1 1PemIt l9 l9Permits
Permits PemIt were issued lue for the t number DumHraDd numberand 1 1Dwellings
aDd eareer character or biling buildings a as follw foilows foilowsDwellings
Dwellings DWaUng brick bik 34 1570W 157 dwellings dwellingsfraaa dwelmg dwelitagsframe
fraaa fr S J12S50 312 l P50 repairs repir brick Ir1 93 3 3S 42 42ttt 4
ttt S 33 repairs reIrs frame frme 52 12177 117 store se and aaddwelling aB anddwelling
dwelling dwelng 2 5515 5 store and office 1 7 7M 70 70IGO
soe an oe 1 f
IGO M house 1 MeM
apartment aPr et MUs i orphan orphanasylum op orphanasylum
asylum m 1 2t0M warehouse brick 1
15 15500 school tr frame rave 1 15000 U stare stareframe storeframe
a 1 s
frm frame increased ie br br 36M 004 church churchframe cr churchfxnie
frame fr 1 5M IS engine egil and boiler baUe
1 375 75 greenhouses grMDhss 4 3685 I60 6 oven 1 1l 1Sill
Sill l 5 t stables JtaD brick 11e S SUM lM stable stableframe sb stablesframe
frame frl 5 HS26 1 26 6 manure mBure pit pi 1 7 shea sheaframe s sheds shedsframe
frame fnaml1 3L 31 S1 st7 17 total te 242 42 2 5 5The 52235 52235The H
The T following flo summary sMmr will wl chow dlW the thedistribution t thedistnibstion
distribution dlrbti ot improvements Impvent in Use te differ different dilu diluent differant ¬
the ent sections Hc of o the t city cty and aa the vaue u aue e cf cfthe c ofthe
same sameBuiidiBgs sae saeBuldalt sameBui4dlngsCounty
BuiidiBgs Buldalt Bui4dlngsCounty County 2514U S14C north Jortwr northwst w St StHC7M s1 a al
HC7M 1i l 7SO0 northeast nt st 143048 43Nsatwe southwest 4 4t 4S0es 4see
see t southeast S0es 7W 1 70 total tol 46Cf4L 46Cf4LRepairs 4 5fL 5fLRersXorhwC 64L 64LRepsInsNorthwest
Repairs RersXorhwC RepsInsNorthwest Northwest 523S3S enmity conty
1344 1315 13448 southeast sethet 53S 3 southwest sUthwOt 3 3S 3nothe
S 683 S northeast nothe 3922 3922George Si 32George
George < rge W Pirikny PDfY of 624 64 T Street Stret Streetnorth Streetnorthwest north northwest norh norhst ¬
west st has written witten to the Commissioners Commissionerscomplaining Cmi Commissionerscomplaining Der
complaining cplain of the te lack of lights Ight on Third ThirdStreet Thr ThndStreet
Street Stret between btween Florida Florid Avenue Arenue and nd T TStreet TStee TStreet
Street Stee near his hI home homeHe home borneHe
He informs the Commissioners Commisioner that th thre threre thareare re reare
are re but two lights lght one at either eiter corner cornerwhich cornerhic cornerwhich
which hic do cot nt give gve sufficient smeent light lght to prevent preventanyone previntayone preventanyone
anyone ayone from falling aUng over an ane1lment ane1lmenteight embankment embankmenteight emhankmenteight
eight or ten feet in height height or into Int one of ofthe 0 0the ofthe
the boles in the thIdewlk sidewalk large enough to toreceive t toreceive
receive recive a man man Besides Berde these th e dirger dIge Mr MrPinkney MrPlnkney r rPInkney
Pinkney says sys the block blok is I EO infested Infeste with withtrees wt wthtrees
trees tree that tat it would be b a tempting tempti spot for fora lora fora
a highwayman hlghwyn to select lct at which WhIc to attack attackpedestrians attc attcpedostans attackpedestrians
pedestrians pedostans at Zt night nightI nightThoa nightThomas
I Thomas Thoa J Fisher Fiher the te Inspector of Elec Electric Ele Eisgtrio ¬
tric Lighting Lightng for the District Dstrct District made an a in investigation Investgtion investigation ¬
vestigation vestgtion Into the causes cue for complaint complaintand cmplaint cmplaintand complaintand
and has reported reprted through througthe the Electrical ElectricalEngineer Eletricl EletriclEngineer ElectricalEngineer
Engineer to the Commissioners Commissione as a follows followsOwing folow followsOwing
Owing to the railroad tlroa construction constructionthrough CIctrocton CIctroctonthrugh conatructionthrough
through thrugh Third Trd Street Stret at the point named namedit nama namedit
it was wa found necessary nee ry to t make quite quie a acut aut amt
cut ut In bringing bringng the street stt to grade gde The Thecut Te Tecut Thecut
cut was w made with wih the width widt of the te road roadway r readnay ¬
way wy but sidewalk space sace was wa left four or orfive orfvo orfive
five fvo feet tet above grade gde The gas gs mains had hadto hadto hadto
to be lowered and two gas gs lamps discon discontinued dico discontinued ¬
tinued tnued It I will wl b be Impossible Imposible to relocate relocatei relocte reloctetbe relocatethe
i the lights Ight until unt such time tme as a the side sidewalks sidewalks sidewalks ¬
walks are brought to grade ge and the grade gradeline grde grdeHne grade1mne
line established cstblhcd I see se no necessity nec1sty for forwalking forwalking forwalking
walking upon the embankment embankent at night nightthe as asthe a athe
the graded gde roadway roadwy offers oer the tebes best bes and andsafest andEtest andsafest
safest Etest walking wlking I failed faied to find fin 1ny any of the theholes te tehole theholes
holes hole in the sidewalk sidewlk to which attention attentionis attenton attentonis
is called calledI cled
I recommend that the writer witer be noti notified notified notifled ¬
fied that these thee lamps will wI be replaced replace as asi assoon
i soon as possible posble after afer said sidewalk sldewakis Is es esj esI esI
I I j Cabllshed Cabllshedi abls c
i It I is i expected that tt the Commissioners Commissionerswill CmmiMlers CmmiMlerswU
will wU approve npprtc the recommendation recomeniaton ot the theInspector tJe tJeinsectr theInspector
Inspector insectr insectrRun V
Run Over b by uy n n Train TrainPARKERSBURG Trin TrinPARKERBURG TrainPARRERSBURG
PARKERSBURG PARKERBURG W Yo V June 4 4W 4Wj 4Waicr Wal Walter ¬
j ter E Cramer of Philadelphia PhiadelphIa while whilefreight Whie Whiei whileI
i I I stelng stealing a r rIde e wa was rn run over bya by a ft ftfreight fast
freight near Cornwallis Cornwals Saturday night nightand nightd nightand
and d fatally Injured He was w brought here herewhere her herewhere
where he died this tis morning morningThe mornlnl mornlnlThe morningThe
The Livers Duty DutyThe Dutr DutrThe
The Te liver ler has two duties dutes to perform performcleanse performcleansa
cleanse ceana the blood and produce bile bUe You Youmay Youmay Youmay
may may know It is I working lazily laiy it I you yo are aretroubled aretroubled aretroubleil
troubled with rlth constipation constipaton dyspepsia till biliotiEneks bi tilliouaacks
iotiEneks iouEnE and dizziness dizines It I Is I trying to tothrow tothrw tothrow
throw thrw its it work upon other organs ors Hos Hostetters Hostetters Hosletters
tetters Stomach Bitten Bier trill wi stop this this It Itmakes Itmakes
makes Jkes the liver lver do its duty and ad thus thu the thestomach thestomeh thestomach
stomach stomeh bowels bwels and msrves nt cease ce < c to t an annoy annoy anany
noy See Se that t a Private Pva e Revenue Stamp Stampcovers Stmp Stmpcover Stampcovers
covers cover the neck ot tho liottle liottleostetters lJottle bottle bottleCURES
CUJES CURES ostetters ostetterso OS t e t er s sFEVER
MAfAAlttA MAfAAlttAFEVER H
lALAUl o fr
FEVER Stomach StomacnAXDAGUE StomachA tomac tomacAND
AXDAGUE A AND D AGUE Bitters Biters
1
MOUNT MOU SOLLY ROLY INN BURNED BURNEDFire BURE BUREFire BURNEDFire
Fire Destroys a MuVylnnd 3laynnd Hotel HotelVIiIcb lntel lntelIleh hotelWhich
Which VIiIcb Ileh Was a Nearing Searlul Completion CompletionBALTIMORE Completon CompletonBALTl0RE CompletionBALTIMORE
BALTIMORE BALTl0RE June 4 4Mount Mount Holly Holr Inn Innthe Innthe Innthe
the handsome bdme new hotel hlel which whc was wa nearly nearlycompleted nery nerycompleted neatlycompleted
completed at Windsor Wlncor Hills ll west or 0 Wai Waibrook Wa Wabrook
brook brok was burned burne to the ground gund a short shorttime shorttmo shorttime
time tmo after afer midnight midnigt together with wIt the ala stables st alables
bles ble which were to have hve been ben operated cpcrtcd in inconnection incnneUon inconnection
connection cnneUon with Wit It It The fire fr broke out it itis ItI itIs
is I thought touht about abut half ht past p 11 1 oclock ococ tat tutwas tt ttwa tatwas
was wa not seen sen until unU midnight mldnlsht Than Tan F O OStJtC OSttt 0Stitt
StJtC Sttt Stitt who lives lves in I the to neighborhood neIghbbc saw sawthe sw swthe sawthern
the thern blaze blae and ran the te nearest lOre fire 1re box bDx and andsent andsent andsent
sent In an alarm r Engine Eglo No 20 2 en e North NorthAvenue NorthA NorthAvenue
Avenue A venue near ne Tenth Teth Street Steet responded rende and andreached nd ndreached andreached
reached the hotel after nier considerable cniderable trou trouble trouble teenble ¬
ble as the e roads rod in the neighborhood nlghbrho were weresteep wee weestep weresteep
steep step and ad muddy muddyWhen muddyWhen muddyWhen
When the th engine arrived rrle the te building hultcingwas bul buildingwas ig igwa
was wa a mass mas of flames 1p flames and the firemen 1reme w war warpowerles were werepowerless re repowerless
powerless powerles to save sve it r Being Bel of frame frmc the thshotel ti thebold
hotel ho l was w a ready rdy prey for the fire 1re which whichate whle whichate
ate IU It way through trough with lth marvelous mre01s marreoas rapid rapidity rapd rapdIty rapidity ¬
ity The fact tct that tht the te buKdiag budIDi was w not notcompleted notcompleted notcompleted
completed also alsbve gave the flames fmes a a better betterchance bet betchace betterchance
chance chace tqr r r the te rooms rom sad n corridors corldos were werelittered W wereiitterd re reUtred
littered Utred with wit loose IOOe lumber luber shavings 2vl bsxs bsxsand bcs bcsad bexsand
and ad tinder tiodorIong t tinderLong c the like lke that tt took tok fire 1re almost alot l5te l5tetiodor li lhatinder
Jag before the te engine reached reche the te hotel hoteltho bote hotelthe
the blaze bae and the te roaring r03rlg enJne of the flames fe had hadawakened hadawkene hadawakened
awakened awkene most mot of tb the residents reidets of Wal Waibrook Walbrook Walbrook
brook and n half haC clad cld they tey flocked fke to the thespot te tespt thespot
with withbuckets wltbbuekeU withbuckets
spot spt many of the men being beln armed are
buckets buekeU and some one with wih blankets lnkt from Use Usebeds te tebe thebeds
beds be they tey had hd just jut left lel thinking tinkIng these thesemight tes thesemight
might be b of o some fome use ue in checking cecg the thsflames ta ta1e theflames
flames 1e which hich many ry feared fCe would Woud spread spreadthrough sred sredthrh spreadthrough
through thrh Walbrcok Walbrl The heat het was so la latease Inte Iatense
tease te that tt a number numbr of trees te standing sndng near nearthe nar narthe ixarthe
the burning burInl hotel full tul ot o green gree lecvs lecvswere leV Ieerswere So Sowere
were shriveled elela up as a if f they had hd been bn dried driedin de driedin
in a kiln then the took tk fire fre and Snd bcrned b like likedgan4c lk likegigan5Ic
gpntJc dgan4c torches torchesHow trche torcheeHow
How the to names nm started ated no one on seems Eeem to toknow t toknow
know No fires fe were used zed about abt the build building buId buIdIng buildlag
ing and nd George Geore Bony Dry the watchmen watchmenwho watcn watchmanwho
who wh was wa on duty tuty until 1030 oclock cclo isaj 5a aj s si she 5be
i he made mde a complete sound xcnd of the build huld us usat n agat
at then tnenThe that tht hour hou and everything enrtg was m all lrigt lrigtte right righttnen rightthen
te
The only on11 explanation exlanaUon that tt could culd be b 1 1e iv iven v vcn
cn e was wa that tt someone somene went went through threul the thebuildings te tehuldIs thebuildings
buildings huldIs and ad either dropped drpp a match mtc or a alighted aIlhed alIghted
lighted Ilhed stump of a cigar cIg in some sme corner cornerwhere comerwbere cornerwhere
where it smoldered smoldere unnoticed unoU until untl it itbroke I Itbroke
broke into Ito a a blaze blazeThe ble bleThe blazeThe
The building buiding was w to t have bve been bn complet completed cmplet cmplete ¬
ed e by July Juy 1 1 and had bd been bee leased Iee by the theMisses theMwe theMisses
Misses Mwe Hammond Hamond who now operate oprte the theHotel theRotel theHotel
Hotel Waldorf Waldor at at the corner cmer of North NorthAvenue NorthA NorthAvenue
Avenue A Veue and ad St StPul Paul Street Stt It was w one of ofthe oCth ofthe
the th largest lt of Baltimores BUmores suburban suburb ho hotels hote hotel ¬
tels te tel and it Is said sd most mot of its It rooms rom bad badbeen hd hdc hadbeen
been c engaged engg for the setjson setjsonDesigned seuonDsie seusonDesigned
Designed Dsie for both bth winter wlnt r and summer summeruse summernw summeruse
use the new hotel htel was wa of large lr peeper proportions propr proprto peeperlions ¬
lions to with elegant elegt appointments appolntmht It was wasfour w wfou wasfour
four fou stories stres high Igh and 290 1 by 226 2 feet feetThere feet feetThere
There Tere were about abt 120 1 sleeping sloplng rooms roomssome rom romsoe roomssome
some arranged ange en suite sie with private privatebaths prvte prvtebat privatebaths
baths bat On each eac floor 10r there were a a number numberof
of bathrooms btms for the te general generl use u of ofguests orgest ofguests
guests gest Wide porches preht extended exte around aroundmost aonnd aonndmt aroundmacat
most mt of the main floor for IB the basement basemeatwere bemeBC bemeBCw basementwere
were w re the billiard bUla rooms r and a the tb tb buffet buffetwith bfet bfetwit buffetwith
with wit the te bakery bker and aa servant st rooms ro Oa Oathe Onthe
the te first ft floor f was ws a 8 handsome bse dining dteingreotn diIng diIngre diningroots
roots re 42 4 feet fet wide wIe and a 82 S feet fet long Jg Also Alsoon Alsoon
on on this ti fleor 1 eec wee w a nallreetn lr The archi architecture arl arltecture arehitecture ¬
tecture was w af the t picturesque pureqa English Englishtype Egl Englishtype
type typ The Te exterior e erlr was w of stone s and andshingle a aT andshingle
shingle shingleThe shingleThe
The T bonding bldlng was w surrounded sroee by about abentforty abt abtCorty aboutforty
forty acres aee of 0 land lan ef e a rolling rlog character characteroverlooking crtr crtrov characteroverlooking
overlooking ov rlkhr the t valley valey of o Gwynns Falls Fallsand Fals Falsan Failsand
and an reaching reahing an altitude 31UtUt of o 354 2 fat fe above abovetide ab abovatide
tide tie This Ti land la was w befog Bg laid lai off o ia park parklag pk pkIDg parkSag
lag similar smia to t a private plft estate ette sad a a anumber anumbr anumber
number numbr ef a cottages ege of an ornamental eraameBtalcharacter eatl eatleketer ornamentalcharacter
character eketer were wee to be b distributed ditbt through throughthe Urk Urkt throughthe
the t grounds eMs Tennis Te courts et and aa other otheranmiemcHts otheramusents r r8IUft
anmiemcHts 8IUft were ere to t be provided pnn1de Daniel DanielW Dle lisnielY
W tel Y Dwyer Dwe was wa the th owner OW r of 0 the U new few BO BOtel h ho hoteL
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tend special meeting MONDAY O nAY June 4
720 P PM M Business of importance By Byorder Byorder Bycoder
order W L L MORRIS M L w V WM VM L LLARKJ A ALARKIN ALARKIN
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