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St Sf Cecilias Cecias Academy Graduates GraduatesReceive Gl tes tesReceifc
Receive Their Thei Rewards RewardsAn Uew31ds
An tu 0 XutcrcHtliiK IntereKtu Programme Pre Irelcnt Irelcnted PreMent ont ontcil
ed by b the Students nt the Colom Columbin Colombia ¬
bin Jim bia Theatre ThctreAddresN ThentreAddrct AdtlrcsN to the Schol Scholar Scholars ¬
ar ars iiy b the neT ite J Ollrlen ODrleuLIHt ODrleuLIHtDC Lint Lintof
of the AVlnnevM WInne Inne of School Honor HonorThe 10nors 10norsThe honorsThe
The thirtysecond lhlrtyeond annual annual commencs commencsment comc2 comc2ment COU1flPC9meat
ment exercises exereses of o Si St S Cecilias Cecias Academy Academyat Acdemy Acdemyat
at the te Columbia Clumbi Theatre Teat were wcr attended attendedhy attcndeby
by a large number numbr of o the relatives relatTes and andfriends andrleds
friends rleds of the te graduating grduatng and other otcr ilassrs ilassrsand Iasssand
and the theatre teatre was wa filled 11e to overfilling overfillingwith ovcrf lg lgwih
with wih them themThe
f The Te programme pr rmmo was wa a thoroughly thorughly enjoy enjoyable ejoyble eajoyable ¬
able ble one throughout throughout including Includin clever cever es essays essys ¬
sys says by the t1o four graduates grduate of o the te class clas ot
1900 Misses Donahoe Ryan Tuohy Tohy and andMcCormick a d dMcCorick
McCormick McCorick an a address adrs to the te graduates gduates by bythe bythe
the Rev J 1 OBrien and od a number numb of bright brightand brght brghtand brlhtand
and attractive attcthe musical music numbers number by mem members member ¬
hers ber of o the classes classesThe clases
The Te programme progmme follows followsKaiscrM lolows lolowsKalsrJarh
KaiscrM KalsrJarh EaiserMarsch rsch Wagner WagnerPianos WagnerPianos ager agerPiano
Pianos Piano Misses lisae Is Walker Walke L L Ryon Ion J 7 II Smith SmithBridal Smith E E McCormick McCormc L LWalker L
Bridal n dl Chorus Cor Cowen CowenVocal CowenYo
Vocal Yo class caS accompanied acmpnied by Miss Mi F O Tuohy TuohyEssay Tohy TohyEsy
Hits Helen Deborah Donohoe DonohoeVatac
Essay Esy Sculptors Slptor nlptors lf Iele Dcbrh Dnoho
Vatac als Brilliantc Drlanu The Hev U Itel l of the Naiads NaiadsPianos Na NaPiaco
Pianos Piaco Misses YISC M Waltemcycr Wa1r waItcn ycr e M M Guild GuddC A ACross
Cross C N Boyle BoyleEssay Dyle BoyleESbay
By Essay A Winter ite in Capua CapuaMiss CP
CPMi Miss Mi Lula Lul Mary Mar Ryon RyonAnnie RyonuAne
uAne Annie Laurie Lu e Buck Buckilisyes BuckMiaes
ilisyes 11 M 1 Donnelly Dnnely M L Mullen Iule J Smith Smit M M Mc McCormick c cCrick ¬
Cormick Crick N Boyle Dyk G Higgina HigginaEssay
Essay Valse Ey we Lifes Lies Dial ma 11stMiss Miss I ts FrCs France lgn Obold OOld Maresh MareshViolins Tuoby TuobyValse Tohy Tohywe arh arhYlolhu
Violins Misses Us II I Smith C Giaccbetti Cicbdt a C C Cloyd CloydErst Goyd Goydf CloydItrot
Erst f mandolins mndln B Masse Han L L Becker Deke M MGuild M
Guild Guld R R Tauleiie Tllrie G Greenwood Grenwo D DCraTcroH DCcrCf
CcrCf CraTcroH B B iVeliy Hy IL Borden Dudensecond D rden rdennd
second nd mandolin mandoln Miss I J Smith Smit third thirdmandlin thirdmandJnJ
mandlin Miss N Boyle B pianos Misses MissesJ 1e
mandJnJ t o
J Connor b r M Perrett PerrettPasquinade e
Pasquinade P qulde Gottschalk GottschalkPianos Gotsh k kPian
Pian Pianos Misses lis < F M Tuohy Tohy Maloney oDey E 1 Mdran dr M 1 31 Perrott PerrottM Pert PerruttM
LohenKrin Lhmin Wagner WagnerPianos age ageYalt
Pianos s Misse 1Lsse H Tuohy E Moran MoranMiss MoranValedictory
Yalt Valedictory Crow r 1 Is to Outgrow Outgrow3liss u uI
Miss I s Mary bry EUen McCormick McCormickChorus McCormickChorus lcrmlck lcrmlckChoru
Choru Chorus a Chorister Corster b Thc e An AngrV n el elRubinstein l lJubi
Rubinstein RubinsteinVocal Jubi trin trinol
Vocal ol class cl accompanied acmpni by Miss Mi L L Ryon RyonAddress Roo RyonConferrfsg
ConfemJg Conferrfsg Gndutrg CrnduaUrg Gold < 3ledals c and Dltlomu Dltlomuddrr Diplomas Diplomasddreaa
Address ddrr ddreaa to the graduated IdutCUev graduatnaItev Ho HoThe J OD Oflrien e eThe
The distribution distributon of prize medals and andcertificates andcertfcates andcertIficates
certificates certfcates completed cOIleted com1eted the exercises Grad Graduating Graduat Graduating ¬
uat uating honors honor medals and od diplomas vrcro vrcroconferred weroconferred
conferred upon upn Miss Helen Deborah Deborh Dono Donohue Donohue Donohue
hue Miss Mary Ellen Elen McCormick Miss MissLulu 3llssLulu Uss UssLulu
Lulu Mary Ryon and Miss Uss Frances Frces Obold OboldTuoby OboldTuohy OboldTuoby
Tuoby TuobyMedals TuohyIeals TuobyMedals
Medals Ieals premiums and ad certificates certfctes were wereawarded w wereawarded re reawarded
awarded as follows followsMedal folows folowsMea followsMedal
Medal Mea for attendance atendance and ad deportment deportmentAwarded deportmet deportmetA deportmentAwarded
Awarded A wared to MIsfies ls6e Mary E E McCormick McCormickan1 McCorick McCorickanl McCormIckan4
an1 Helen D Donohue DonohueSecond DonohueSecnd DonohueSecond
4 Second Secnd and third senior s nlor department departmentGold departent deportmentGold
Gold Gld medal for correct corret deportment and andregular andreglar andregular
regular reglar attendance attenlanceDrwn attendanceDrawn Drawn for or by Misses MissesLouise Misse MlsseLouise
Louise Luise Higgins Agnes Agne Holland Ho13nd Margaret MargaretHolland Iagart IagartHolad
F Holland Holad Julia Jula Smith Smih Clara Clarn Gloyd Goyd Ada AdaCross Adarosl Ad Adcross I
Cross o rosl and Mary ar Townshend TownshendIntermediate Townshendo TownshendInterediate TownahendIntermediate
Intermediate Interediate department lepaentlld departmentGld G ld medal medalDrawn meal
Drawn Drnwn for by Misses is Grace Lynch Mary MaryMaloney Marytaoney Mar MarMaloney r
Maloney Anna Tuohy Marie Locffler Lmer Rose RoseTaullelle RoseTulel RoscTaullelie
Taullelle Tulel e Catherine Catherne McAllister cAlst and Marie MarieMcCormick 11le 11le1lcrmlck 0 0McCormick
McCormick McCormickJunior 1lcrmlck McCormickJunior
Junior department dCJartmentold degartmentCoId Cold medal for or cox correct coxrect ¬
rect Iect deportment and regular regla attendance attendanceDrawn
L 4 Drawn Drwn for or by y Misses lUESe Jane Jae 3udd Mudd 1udd Jane Jae Ma MaIbney 1a 1aJoney Maloney
Ibney Catherine Cateine Giscchetti Gscchett Caroline Crle Dove DoveAdele DoveAdele DoveAdele
Adele Torrens Torres Veronica Veronic Lynch Annie AnnieONeill AnnieO1e1 0 0ONellI
ONeill O1e1 Maude Walker alker Mary Iar tary Dougherty DoughertyMabel DghertyIabl DoughertyMabel
Mabel Iabl Donahue Dnahue Ethel Smith Smih Ellen Elen Lana Lanahan Lna Lnaban Lanaban
ban and Goree Pellen PellenMinici Pelen PelenlUnlm PellenMinim
Minim department departmentld Gold medal meal for cor correct correct correct ¬
rect deportment and regular reglar attendance attendanceDrawn attendanceDrawn
Drawn Drawn for by Misses Mises Marie Maie Higsins Hibns Ger Gertrudo Gr Grtrdo Gertrudo
trudo trdo Lynch Mary ary Lanahan Lnaan Dorothy DorothyKeleher DorothyKeleher Dorotb DorotbKeleher
Keleher Katherine Waters aters Mary llar Eckert EckertMargaret EckertMagaret EckertMargaret
Margaret Magaret Murphy Mary ar Goldman Coltan Myrlc MyrlcGilbert llyrle llyrleGlbeS 3 3Gilbert
Gilbert Alice Alco Lynch Edith Eit Dretny Drtny Mar MarCertificates lla 3largaret
garet GlbeS ualy and Virginia Hicks HicksCerifcates HicksCertificates
Certificates Cerifcates were awarded wre as follows followsFirst tolows tolowsFirt followsFirst
First senior class classMisses Misses Gertrude
Firt clamsscs Gertrde Hig Higgins Higgns luggins
gins gns Margaret Iaget Eckloffe Ecklofe Ellen El n Boyle and andNorlno ant an I INorino
Norlno Desmond Dtmond in Christian Christan doctrine doctrinechurch dcrle dcrlechurch doctrinechurch
church history histof Latin Ltn French geometry geometryastronomy gcmetf genmetrastronomy
astronomy atonomy English Eglsh history histr and literature literatureSocond lterture ltertureScond literatureSecond
Second and third senior
Scond department departmentCertificates dcpartmentCertfcates departmentCertt
Certificates Certfcates Certt cates In Christian Cbristln doctrine dotrne Church Churchhistory Churchhitory ii iihistory
hitory history practical prctcl arithmetic arihmetc mental arlth arlthmetle arithenetle nlh nlhmete
metle mete itgebra al8ebra etymology etymoloJ reading reing grain grainmar gra grainmar
mar rhetoric physics physic ancient ancent history hstoybokkeeping hato r rbookkeeping
bookkeeping bokkeeping penmanship drawicg drwig sing singing singIng singing ¬
ing music Latin lUn French and German GermanMisses Ger3n Ger3nMie GermanMisses
Misses Mie Louise Luise Higgins Agnes Holland HollandMargaret HolismMargaret
Margaret llargret Holland Holnd Ellen Elen McAllister MAleter Eileen EileenMoran EI r rMoran
Moran Qrn Julia Jula Smith Smit Helen Heer Smith Smih Clara ClaraHurtt Cmi a aHurtt
Hurtt Hurt Clara Clar Gloyd Goyd Emma Emm Lee L Mary Gu Id IdTeresa IdTeresa Ii I ITeresa
Teresa Lace Margaret McCormick Mr
le llcCorlck Mary MaryTownshend y yTowashend
Townshend Towmhend Lucy Walker alker Mary 1lar Mullen Mullenand MulEn MulEnand 1 1and
and Ada Jla Cress CressIntermediate Crs CrsIntermediate CressIntermediate
Intermediate department dcprtmentCerUeates departmentCertiBeates Certificates for forChristian forChrita to r rChriatian
Christian Chrita doctrine Bible mb e history histor gannar gannarpractical gamar gamarprctcl r rpractical
practical prctcl and anl intellectual Inteletual arithmetic arlhmcUe geog geography geg ¬
t raphy United Unied States history histor reading pen penmanship penmanship penmanrihip ¬
manship physiology physiolog etymology composi composition omposlton omposition ¬
tion ton and ant bookkeeping bokkeeplng bookkeepingMisses Misses lsses Marie MarieBrown llare llareBrwn Marl 0 0Brown
Brown Brwn Catherine McAllister llcAl1ter Mary 1lar Mi Miloney l1 Maloney
loney Marie McCormick llcCormick Marie 3rie Loeflkr LoeflkrAnna Lem IemrAnna r rAnna
Anna Tuohy Tuoh Grace Lynch Lync Julia Jula Connor ConnorRose ConnorRose ConnerRose
Rose Taulclle Tauele Ellen Elen Maloney Austina Austns Ma MaEOO MaA Ia IaSOD
A EOO SOD Catherine Malay Mary llar Talbtrtt TalbtrttBerhadette Tdlbrtt
Berhadette Bernadete Donahue Mary llar Heilly Reiy Georgia GeorgiaLusby Gergi GeorgiLusby a
Lusby and Margaret MargartKeegln MargartKeeglnJunior Kecgin KecginJunior KeeginJunior
Junior department deparmenterif departmentCertificates Certificates tEs in Cbris Cbristlon Chrlton Chriclion
lion ton doctrine Ioctlne Bible Bble history orthography orthographyreading orthogphy orthogphyreaing r rreading
reading reaing geography geogphy United States Sttes history hlstori hlstor hlstorintellectual
F Intellectual Ifelectual arithmetic aritmetc practical proctcl arithme arithmetic arithonetIc ¬
tic tc grammar gmmar penmanship drawing drwing sieg ¬
lag I and sewing sewingMisses Misses lsses B Scott ScoUt V Lynih LynihB Lyric b bB 1 1B
B Hazen Haen C C Dove L L Lynch Lync C Nally Nly J JMaloney JMloney
Maloney Mloney B Langley Lngley G Fallen Pelen K rj Laaa La Lahan Lanahan
han E Smith Smih J Mudd C GlocUietU mclt A ATorrens ATorens L LTorrens
Torrens Torens M I Walker A ONeill O ei M 3 Dough Dougherty Dougherty ¬
erty M Donahue onahue M 11 Neill Nel E Welty M MBoteler l1 l1Dotelezo I
Boteler Dotelezo 1 > Mason 11on T Redekcr Iedekcr S Tillman TillmanMinlrn Timan TimanUnim TilimarMinim 1
Minim department departmentertfctes departmentCertificates Certificates in cato catoihism cat I Iehism
ihism orthography arithmetic arihmetc mental mentalarithmetic mentl mentlarihmetc menU it itarithmetic I
arithmetic arihmetc geography reading writing writingdrawing writng writngdrawing wrItin
drawing letterwriting letterwritng composition compositon and andtinging andIngingUs an ansingingMisses d I
tinging singingMisses IngingUs Misses es Maurita Mauria Harvey larvy Marie MarieHiggins MarieUggin Man Le LeHiggins
Higgins Uggin Margaret 1Iargaret Murphy 1lurpb Rosa osa Schul Schultcls SchultCs I Itel
tcls tCs tel Gertrude Lynch Mary Eckert Eckert Ruth RuthDarden RuthDarden Rut hi hiDarden i
Darden Margaret Harbin Mary Mar Lanahan Lnahan LnahanBulah aI a
Bulah Seibert Mary Mar Coleman Lena Lna Male Melnberg 1leln 1lelnberg Maleberg I
berg Dorothy Keleher Myrle 1Iyrie Gilbert GilbertKatharine Gibert t tKatharine
Katharine Waters Florence Pellen Pelen Edith EdithBretny Edih EdihDretny Edit ii 1
Bretny Elizabeth Elzabeth Conway Elizabeth Elzabeth Mole Meinberg 1lcln 1lclnberl Moleberg 1
berg berl Lucinda OLaughlln OLughln Iva Hous Alice Alce Alic a
Lynch Roea Roa Walsh Nettle Netle Brooks Mary Mar Mar MarRuppert
Ruppert Annie Kennedy and Bertha Ryon 1
Minim department departmenlPremlums depnrtmentPremunasMjsse Premiums Misses 16ses i I
Ruth Seibert Katharine Holtman Holtan Irene IreneMurray IrenoMurny Iran IranMurray
Murray Blanche Banche Monogue Ionoge Irene Neville NevilleBello Nevie NevieDelo e eBelle
Belle Delo Brooks Helen Doocy Dooc Margaret Daly Dal DalVirginia
Virginia Hicks Margaret Hancock Alberta AlbertaMurphy AlbertaMurphy Albert a aMurphy t
Murphy Mary 1Iary Murray Rosalie Rosle Andrew Andrewand Andrewand Andre 7 7and
and Lucllla LucUa Kokmeyer KokmeyerMusical KokmeyerMusical KokmeyerMusical
Musical department departmentcrtf departmentCertificatesMIss Certificates tes1Usses tes1UssesC Misses MissesC is isC 3
C Hurtt Hurtt M 11 Guild Guid N Boyle E Lee L F FTuohy FTuohy I ITuohy
Tuohy L L Ryan J Smith Smlt T Lane 1nc E EMoran Erorn I IMoran
Moran rorn M 11 McCormick M I Harrison Harison A Gar Garrlgus Garrigus Ga Gacigna
rlgus M 11 Hayes V Lock Lck Loclwood wood MWalter MWaltermeyer 31 I Waler Walermeyer Walte Waltemoyer
meyer N Desmond Demond F Wise N Lanahan LanahanM Lahnn LahnnM
M Dougherty Doughery M 11 Maloney J 1 Maloney 1laloney N NMaloney NMaloney I IMaloney
Maloney K K Boswell Doswel E Smith G Lynch LynchM LynchM Lync ii
M Eckert J Connor I Neville Nevie A Rich Richards Richard Rid RidardsK ¬
ards ard ardsK K Giacchetti GacchetU H Durfee MODonnell M ODonnel ODonnel Li
F Marshall Marhal A Fitzhugh Fithugh I Richards Rcbards C
Gloyd A Shrleves M Kemp A Cross Cro L 4
Walker E Masorl Maorl L 1 I Napes M it Schneider r
M McKnlght A ONeill ONei L 1 Mcinberg MeinbergPARKES M MPARKERS 11 11PARKERS
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f gives tlve It I lIthe the te lustre lut andsiudness adBes or youth youthWhen yout youthWhen
When Wb the te hair h Is 1 gray gT or faded It i
J It prevents prvints Dandruff Dad and hair hn falling tln tlnAd
V Ad kee keeps te the 8j scalp clean ad aa1 bC3ty healthy t
Brown B rown R R Dardtn B Hazen Haen 0 Tscblffely TscblffelyD TscbiffelyTachiffely
D Tschltrely JI 1 Becker D Craycroft Craycraft G GGreenwood GGreenwood Greenwood
Greenwood G Gj M f Richards Rchard E Wclty Wcly W lty R RTaullollo It Itaullollo
Taullollo GL j aulelo aullollo L 1 Becker A Mason Maon M l1 Loefller LoefllerL LoefilerPistonio
L 1 Pistorlo M Boteler M Townshend Towshend XL XLSherwood M MSherwood 3 3herwood
Sherwood S M I Ruppert K Waters Vater C C Dove DoveM DoveI
M I Perrot Perot B Scott V Waltermeyer Walermcyer M MModlcan MIDdl 31adienn
Modlcan I1 IDdl adienn an C Oyster H Ennold Erold and F FOyster Fys
Oyster OysterArt Osm O ys
OE OB ysArt Art department deprment Certificates CerUfcntes Misses MissesEmma MissesEmma Missesmma
Emma E mma Hazen Mary Mar Guild Guid Bertha Berha Valley WalleyBessie Waley WaleyBessie Valleyessie
Bessie B essie Hazen Haen Mita lta Berry Derr Julia Jul Smith SmithAnnie Smih SmihAnnie
Annie A nnie Hobbs Ollye Olye Green Mary ar Connor ConnorMargaat ConnorIarglh Connorargaat
Margaat M Iarglh argaat t Curtin Curtn Dottic Dotte TSchiffely TchUfely Rose RoseTaullelle Roseaulele Roseaullelle
Taullelle T aulele aullelle and Master Mater Frank Fank Moron MoronEEWABDED Morn MoronREWAa1i
Merltorlou M UerlorloOt Work ork of the tle Students of ofthe ofSIIC
the Business IIlRh JI 1 School SchoolThe SchoolThe SchoolThe
The following fOlowing pupils pupis have been en pro promoted promoted ¬
moted m eted from the first frst to the second year yearclass yearclaES
class cl ass of o the Business High llgh School Schol Those Thosewhose Thosewhose
whose w hose names are marked marke by a star slr have havebeen haveben
been ben b een promoted conditionally condltonal The exami examination examinaton ¬
nation naton n ation of o such sch pupils pupis will wi take tke place on onthe onthe
the t he opening day in September SeptemberSection Septemb r rSton
Section Ston A 1 1ilm 1William William W Adams Ad John Joh W WCamp WCmp Wamp
Camp Cmp C Cfl amp John C C Cowell Cwdl Benjamin Bjamn H 1 Cibbs CibbsRichard Gbb Gibbsichard
Richard Rchrd fl ichard P Gilliland Gllad William Wllam S S Graham GrahamGeorge Grahm GrahmGe
George Ge G eorge e F Grinner Grirner George rge O 0 Knorlcine Korleine John JohnA JohnL JohnLong
A AD Lone L John Joh E 1 Tenley Ada d B Craig Crig Ruth RuthDaviis Rut
Daviis D avis yp Bessie Beie I Johnson Johnn Mamie L L takes Lko Curie CurieM Cri
M M Stuart Sturt May 1a A A Warren WarrenSection uno arreu
Section Ston B 1 ISnelon 1Serellon Scvelloa B Drury Dr Ferd er Repay E
John Joh G Ilawes Hawe Alvin L L Newmyer John It ItQuiglev lL lL3ll
Quiglev q uigley Frank J Stryker Frank k B Guest Mar Martha 31sta ¬
tha 3ll th a E Burke l Evelyn ir irytB ytB II Burn Alice i I Clarke ClarkeSalUe Clarkeii1e i ile
gram g g Sg SalUe S rIm le ii1e Ntenah Neeh A Dean Dan Lauh LauhSection Lub Pauline Pauine O Ilindle Indle Ethel Ehe L In Ingram I ¬
Section Sction C 1 lre lFred Fred G Butler Duter John P M M Haas HaasGeorge 11 Ilasseorge
George Gere G eorge OL 0 0 Keleher Keeher Fay F y F Lewis Lcwi Eugene Eu ne G GLorvnt GLrn
Lorvnt Lrn Le nses SI T Warren Waren McQueen lcQre Joseph JOph If Ottmunn OttmunnCharlei OtbUnn OtbUnnCrn
Charlei Crn C hariri R n Paxtcn tn Frank F B Sanborn Snbm Hermann HermannSchmidt Ic liermanachmidt = nn nnh nn8n
Schmidt S h Charles Subset e H harry rry N Stull David DavidE DavidWilson
E Wilson 8n Eena M Collins h Bertha e SBlG B Corbel GoebclMae I Ie
Mae M ae e K K Gorman Ma Mabel tl el E E Hanks Inks Phoebe Phob C C Kib Kibbey Kibay
bey by b ay Margaret ret J Tan an VlecV Ylek Valinda YaJnd Ilolmcad IlolmcadCara lolmed lolmedCa
Cara Ca Car K K Wise WiseSection Wise
Section Stion D 1 ller IJerq JVrcr E E a Dueber Buehlcr Welby Wdb M MFurr
Furr Frr F un Joseph Joeph W McKcrichcr cKercher Edgar Er A A SUrere SUrereGrace Shrn ShrnGrc ShrereGrace
Grace Grc A Bright Drlht Mary ar E 1 Barr Du Lula Ll Faulk Faulkner auk auknero
ner nero n et Sadie Sdie W V KMT ir Jeanne Jeane G CaUennc Galenne Leila LeilaGreen llaGren
Green Gren G reen Pearl Peal Hoover 11ovr Margaret aret H 1 Martin MartinEra lrn lrnEv
Era Ev E va Smith Sith Mary lu R n Trusscll l Minnie 1nnie C C Wolff WolffMabel Wol1
Mabel M abel bl Young YoungSection Youg YougScton YoungSection
Section Scton E 1 1CleB iCharlcs Charles F Edson Eln Leonard Lnrd C CFaunce Canner
Faunce Func F anner Charles Cart W Fitton Ftton Joseph JOph W Stephen Stcpheuson Stlpben Stlpbensn
son sn s on Edward Ewad Walsh WaW Gertrude Gerte E 1 11 Bell Rebecca RebeccaL RrheC Rebeccaearn
L 1 Carr Cr Adcle M M Clements Cem nt Keren W V Culbert Culberton Clbr
sn s on Marjraret ulrt M DfCKes Dc Winifred WIUre J Jo Kegan KeganLouise egan eganLui
I Louise Lui L ouise J Lehman Lhan Mabel lbl La L F Raymond Haynd Sallie SallieJ Sle SleJ
J Schaeffcr Shadfer Mabel abl Sommcrrillc Smrie Mabel abe F Toul Toulton Tul Tulsn Thulea
ton sn s ea Jeanne Wokeneld WokeneldSection Wlkfed
Section cton F 1 1lbrtG 1Mbcrt Albert G Birch Dnh Leo L D Loughran LoughranEnoch Louhran LouhranRanch
Enoch Eoh C C Patton Potn J Albert Alb Potter Iottr Ralph B BPratt DPrtt
Pratt Prtt P ratt lnins Irig Irvin II 1 lies Lewis Lws Turner Tmrr Harry Uar McW McWWalking cW cWWatLir
Walking WatLir Valdcmar Werber Web Edith Edih M 1 Borland BorlandOlive Uorand UorandOln lioriandOlive
Olive Oln S Brearly Xannic Cleveland Cnland Alice Alc E ECropley ECrepley
Cropley Cpley Katie Kate H 1 Cropley Cpley Janet L 1 Ferguson FergusonJulia Ffn FfnJula Fergusonulia
Julia Jula J ulia M 1 lelern Heffcrman Blanche Banche G KoonV Kon Eliza Elizabeth Ei Iliraath ¬
beth b ath Leonard Lnd Edith Eith V Rabbitt Rbbit Olive Olve Rca RcaMargxretc It lienMargaretc
Margxretc lrarte A A Sefton fon lton Annie Anne G Weyrich WeyrichSection Werch
Section SUon G lOrville IOrvie B Brown Paul G L L Fitz Fitzpatncic Ft Fitaatrick
patrick p atrick Harold luold B Hathaway lathnrJ Jaincs Jam A hogan lloganOrrin IOn IOnOrin hogannrin
Orrin Orin O nrin A Kitchln Kichin Walter Waler G Medairy Yelr Wilbur Wilbr S SMorebnd SMoreland
Morebnd Iorlnd William Wilam H 1 Smith Lewis Ls W NI Walker WalkerGertrude WalkrrGrrtrde WalkerGertrude
Gertrude Grrtrde Barber Babr Mary Yar Barron Dn Robie nobe L L Dren Drennon Drenlon Drenon
non lon n nI F I on Putsehe PutseheSection Iutshe IutsheSction PutsebeSection Ellen Elen C L Johnson Ethel Ele I 1 1 Kluge Kuge Adeline AdelineF Adelne AdelneIutshe AdeilnePutsebe
Section Sction II I 1 IJOM John B Cady Cdy David Jvid C C Biker BikerKathaniel Eker EkerNathnel ElkerNathaniel
Nathaniel Nathnel T Ilrnson Hyn Merton Ieton Smith Smith Forrest orrt D DYowcll DYowel DYowehi
Yowcll Yowel Anna A = L 1 Dean Katherine Kthrne Beresfvrd Drren Ella EllaS El EllaN
S Brandt Dnnt May Iay A Dougherty Dghety Ellen Elen C C C Wallace WallaceMamie Wallc Wailaca3lamie
Mamie amle E E Warwick WarwickSection Waick WarwickSection
Section SUon I 1 IEet 1Ernest Ernest G Beta Ua John Jo D Keller KellerArthur Keler Kelerrur hellerArthur
Arthur rur O C Xewrnycr S ewJoa Joseph J 0ph A Shoemaker Slomku Shoemakertar Les Lester L ¬
ter J Sis Si Maurice uee S S Stui St Sturgeon eoB B Warren L LWright 1Wright
Wright rght EiiKcne Ene Young Carrie Cre W V CrotnueH CrotnueHIS CroueU CroueUJ
IS J 11051 Ki L L L L lrch bench rch Mary Mar S S Miller iier Clara Cr M Bred Brodcrick Bredcrick r
crick erllk Annie nne E E Shoemaker ShoemakerSection Shoemkr ShoemkrSion Sh smaker smakerSection
Section Sion K 1 IFalk Falk Hann lar hernial l Murray A Holver Holveron loher loherIn hloiverpin
In pin on Howard loyud H I Hewlett 10wlett Uc Le S Miller Xit Claries ClariesC Char ChaniciC
C C Read Red Harry lary Wagmer isbn S S Wood Wo Ralph RalphW lalph lalphW RahpliW
W Simons Simonlrce SimonsIrcne Irene H H Brittain BnttlLla Lillian M Cramer CramerDaily Cmrr CmrrDiY tramerDaisy
Daily L L Greej Gre Blanch man M M Ilindle lndle Elizabeth EliabcthM Elibth L
M 1 Ingle Inlll Clara Car L FIarer FIarerSection Fer FerSuton HagerSection
Section Suton K 1 lE 1Ella Ella R n IL Sirrpton Si n Mettle Hette Weigel WeigelMary WelfMar Weigelliar
Mary Mar liar E E Wheelock WheelockSection Wheelok WheeloekSection
Section Ston L 1 11ecn 1Helena Helena V Baufe DUe Emma Em L L Beech Beechler Deeh Deehler BeechIan
ler Ella Ela M 1 IL Carr C Luck Lce J Coleman C lrD Clara Cr M MCooksev 31Cooksey 1 1Coky
Cooksev Coky Susan Sn B Dorsey Dry Jennie C C Eisenrtein EisenrteinKatie Ebflrn EbflrnKte EiseceteinKatie
Katie Kte Fallen FaloR Amanda mnl M 1 Halnes lllnml Alena len E EAnnie Eilazelton
I Ielton ilazelton Cna Cara C C Martin atn LUe Lute S MeClom MeClomAnnie hleCullom hleCullomAirnie
Annie X A Mnlhall Molhl Ldllle Lle G Nails Nall Ruth R RPayne nPyne ItPayne
Payne Jean Jr Le L P rune Viola Yioa T Phillips PhillipsMarie Phiip
Marie a e I B Quill qi Elizabeth E bth G Roderick Roer Emma EmmaV EinnuV I
V hahn Shu Era E M 1 Sherwood Sero Agnes S C Shield ShieldMarion Sield SieldMaron ShieldMarion
Marion Maron Shoemaker Shmke Irene A Starr Str Martha rl E EWhaley EWhaley
Whaley Whley Sadie Sdie V White Grace Grtc M 1 Wilson WilsonSeetian Wiln WilnSten WilronSectien
Seetian Sten M 1 InDe IAnnIe Annie II I Alson Alsop Mae be L AtchIson AtchlsenElizabeth Athisn AtchIsonElizabeth
Elizabeth Ei th M 1 IL Arery Ayr Mollle lole Alr SI Brown Katherine KatherineM
f M Burdine Bu e Agncs AC C C Cotter Coter Anna Ann M 1 Dance DarneMarie Dnr Dnrlare
Marie lare M 1 Dumaice Dmire Carrie Carie O Dunn Dnn Louise LouiseGarner Lise LiseGamerDrs LouisGamer S
Garner GamerDrs Doris i 1 Cakinf GulN Helen C Glancy GlancyLaura Ganc GiancyLaura
Laura Lura G Ltmzntn Imm n Edith Edih U 1 L Rowzee Howee Katie T TRyan TRJn TRyan
Ryan RJn Susie Si A AWaren Warren Elsie Ee M L WatkIns WatklnsAntoinette WatkInsAntoinette
Antoinette Antoinete J E E Willner Winer Carrie Care B Wise Wlc Eliza Elizabeth Eli Ehubath ¬
beth bth J 1 Wood Wo Retta nrtt L L Yauchlcrfc Yuchler Katie Kte Zirwes ZirwesSCHOLARSHIPS ZirwesSCHOLABSBPS
Seventy St Johns fobnBCoUCC County JJoja Do Kc Kccelvc R Rcelve
celvc Their llelr Certificates CertlflcatoSeventy CertI cute cuteSeventy
Seventy boys bys ranging rnging in age from eight eightto eght eghtto elgb elgbto t
to fourteen ourteen years year received their certifi certificates certf certificates ¬
cates cate cf c scholarship last lat night at the cbs closing cos cosing cbsing ¬
ing exercises eercise of the academic acdemic department departmentof t tof
of St St Johns College Colege 1223 Vermont Veront Ave Avenue Avenue Avenue ¬
nue northwest nortwet A wellarranged welarranged pro programme progmmc programme ¬
gramme gmmc was interspersed interpere with wih music by bytho byto b r rthe
the to Mandolin Club made mdo up of youngsters youngsterswho Yngters Yngterswho youngsterswho
who play together with much
wih ability abilityJames abity abityJe abilityJames
James Je J OToole OTole sang sng Sweet Innis Inniscarra Innscrr Inniscarra
carra crr and Herbert J Zitkolaze Zlkolae a full fullblooded ful fullblooded
j blooded bloode Indian of eleven years yea gave ge a aviolin avioUn a aviolin
violin solo USteyrscher Steyrischer Lardner Lrdner which whichwas whichwas whic b bplayed
was played playe with wih remarkable remaknble sweetness reetnes la laaddition Ini I a aaddition
i addition additon there were wer recitations recittons by Robert RobertGannor Robrt RobrtGannor t tGannor
Gannor John Shugrue Shuge Edgar Edgr Orme Ore Gloyd GloydBadus GoYd GoYdDadus Cloy ii iiBadus
Badus Robert McDonald Leo L Hughes HughesLawrence HughesLwrnce HughesLawrence
Lawrence Lwrnce Widmayer idmayer W Edward Gannor GannorEdward GannorEdward GannoxEdward
Edward J Rrph Iph and Adolph Y Shafhirt ShafhirtTho ShafhlrtTe ShafhiriThe
The Te address adres at t f the evening was wa by Rev J JDavenport JDavenport r rDavenport
Davenport SRrllng SRrllngIn SRrUngIn SIrIingIn
In the fourth fourt academic acdemic class the gold goldmedal goldmedal gob ii iimedal
medal for or excellence ec Uence was won by Francis FrancisG Frncis FrncisG S SG
G Howell Howel in the third academic acdemic class clas Os Oswald Oswald Oswald ¬
wald Michael llchael Cook Cok got the award James JamesEdward JamesEWr S SEdward
Edward EWr Nolan olan received reeived the gold medal meda for forelocution forelouton to r relocution
elocution elouton Aloysius Aloyius Baldus got the gold goldmedal gol gob II IImedal
medal for excellence In the
excelence preparatory preparatoryclass prepartory prepartoryca I ICl55
The strikers at the Hagerstown Iaertwn Table TableWorks Tableorks Tab e eWorks
Works orks have been paid off or and their places placesfilled place S Sfilled
filled filledIt fled fledIt filledIt
It has ha been decided decdet to change the Bank Bankof Bankof Ban k kof
of Southern Maryland at Upper Marlboro Marlborointo llarlboro llarlboroInto 5 5Into
into a a national natonal bank bankThe bank bankThe
The trustees trstees of the Rock Rok Presbyterian Presbyterin PresbyterinChurch U UChurch
Church Cecil Ceci county propose propse to have the theinterior theinteror th is isinterior
interior interor of o the church remodeled remodeledA
A committee of the Masonic llaonlc fraternity fraternit raternly y
from Frederick Inspected Inspecte the Masonic Tem Tempie Temple 1 1pIe
pie In Hagerstown Hagcrtown with wit a view of getting gettingsome gettng gettngsme gettiri L Lsome
some sme pie ideas ieas about abut building buiding their teir own tem temple 1 1pIe
A fatal tatl dleease dlfeae has prevailed pre > led in Cecil CecIlcounty Cec I 1 1county
county for the te past six monts months among amongyoung amongyoung amen g gyoung
young calves clvfs The attention atenton of the Agri Agricultural Agriculurl Agrcultural
cultural culurl Department Deparment at at Washington has hr is isbeen
been called cled to the te epidemic epidemicMeridian epidemic epidemicMeridian
j Meridian stones will wi be set ft in Hagers Hagerstown Hagerstown 5 5town
town by Capt J B Taylor of the United UnitedStates Unled UnledSttes UnIte UnIteStates
States Sttes Coast and Geodetic GeOetc Survey SureT for the thebenettot tI ie iebenefit
benefit benettot of surveyors 3ureYOr and for the purpose of oftesting ottestng attesting
testing testng their compasses compassesRev cmpases cmpasesRev compassesRev
Rev John A Gross Gros pastor ptor of o the El Ellerelie EIIerle E I IIi
lerelie Ierle Circuit Methodist Episcopal Church Churchand Churcand Ii
and Miss Mis Fannie Rebecca Cessna will il be bemirrled bemlrrl 1 1mirried
mirrled mlrrl d Wednesday enesday afternoon arernpon June 20 2 20the In Inthe Inthe
the Methodist llethollst Church hurch Balnsburg BalnsburgDr
Dr Charles F Davidson Davilson Health Heth Officer Ocer Ocerof Offici r
of Queen
Annes county has h appointed as assubreglstrars assub r s ssubregiatrars
subreglstrars sub registrr of vital vitl statistics statstc as a follows folo s
Frederic Stack J M Aker B F Hartley Hartle y
C E Smith John C Racket Hacket Julian Julan Hartey E I B
Bryan Brya B Emory Emor Jr and R n it H Phillips PhillipsOLD Phiip PhiipOL a aox
Douglas Duglas Walden Wadon eighteen years yer of age agea agea ag C Ca
a drug clerk
of Bramwell Drmwel W Va was wasshot w as asshot
shot and accidentally accidentaly killed kUed yesterday yeteray by 1 Dy
John Garlic GarlicThe G GarhIcThe rlc rlcThe
The new Methodist Methodit Episcopal Episcopl Church Chur
South at Luray IJura will wl be dedicated tomor tomorrow tomo ¬
row rw The Rev Re Dr Tudor Tdor of Richmond Richmondwill Richmondmi Richzxzonwill
will mi officIate offlclaceGeorge omclae officIateGeorge
George Gerge N Conrad Conrd of Harrlsonburg Haisonburg was wasmarried wasmarred rg rgmarried
married marred last week wek to Miss Emily Eiy young youngest youngest younleat
est daughter of exSenator exSenatr Samuel Sauel Pasco Pascoof Psco Pscoot Pasc Pascof
of Monticello Montcelo PUs FlaHenry Fn PUsHenry
Henry H nr Reynolds Reynolds a aweUkow wellknown educator educatordied euctor euctordied educatedied
died suddenly Thursday Turday at Rose Rso Hill Hi his Ii Iihome
home hom in Essex county cunty aged age sixtysir sixtysiryears sitysi sixtys ix ixyears
years yearsJohn year yearsJohn
John Williams Wllun and H C Phillips Pbllps re recently r rcenty rcently ¬
cently centy arrested areqtcd charged with wih the murder murderof murd murdof
of the station agent agnt at Dunlow Dun low on the tI
Norfok and Western road were acquitted acquittedat acquited acquitedat acquittc acquittcat
at Ding5H Dln d W Va after aflr prelminar preliminary prelimlnaryeamination ex examination examinaton ¬
amination aminaton John Damron Daron Lee Kirk Krk and ar d
Etta Stone were then ten arrested on the te eame eamecharge tae taechare ana anacharge
charge chare and all al were eie held to t await the theaction theacton tI tIaction
action acton of the te grand cand jury ur
Trade TladeColtroIed T rade Controlled Largely by Euro European Eoropean ¬
pean Mannfaciurars MannfaciurarsnirliHli MnnufactU rs J JEn
En E nirliHli l b French antI German Firm FlrmaStudy FirmStud
Stud Study the llcqnlremcntM nnd Send Sendthe Sendthe
the Good GOOW the People VnntAnicr WnntAnicrScans VnntAnicrIcnn VnntmerIcnns
Scans Indifferent A AsldD Aslelner ltlnt High IIlKhPrices JIh JIhIrlce
Prices and Hcfnnlng UclullnJ Long Credits CreditsConsul CredIs CredIsConsul
Consul Genera Genera James C McKally lcNaly at atGuatemala atGuatemala
Guatemala Guatemala G In a report to the State De Department Deparment ¬
partment parment p artment Issued today tells tels In exceeding exceedingly ¬
ly b y plain lan terms why the markets cf o the theSouth te teSout
South Sout S outh American republics republc are ae controlled controlledby cCetoled cCetoledby
by b y European manufacturers manufacurer and ad why whyAmerican whyAmercan
American Amercan A wares war are neglected He writes writesas
as a s follows followsThis followsThis
folows folowsThis
This consulate general generl is in receipt of ofi otmay
i many may m any letters leters of enquiry enquir with wih reference to tothe tothe
the t he possibility possibity of a market maket here for Unit United Uni ¬
ed e d States goods gods wares wae and merchandise merchandiseThe merchandiseThe
The T he correspondents corrEspndents frequently fequenty intimate intimatethat Intmate Intmatethat Intimatehat
that t hat a little lte more effort efort on on the part par of ofthe ofte
the te consular representative wouU woU pave pavethe pavethe pavehe
the t he way for the Introduction Introducton of o American Americangoods Amerc Amercgood
goods good g oods into this district distict A consular offi officer omcer ¬
cer c er be b he ever so zealous in promoting promotingtrade promotng promotngtrade
trade t relations r latons betwecn betw bctwecnbIs hls country cunt and andthe andte andthe
the te country countr to which whic he is accredited accreied can canxiot ca ca10t
xiot 10t n ot alone create a market mrket for merchandise merchandiseThe mrchandlze mrchandlzeTe merbandIaehe
The Te T he trade trlc here makes certain cerin demands demandswhich demanc
which w hich must be acquiesced in before or orders or orera ¬
ders cers d era arc ae placed The German English Englishand Englsh Englshand
and a nd French houses houss are pleased pleae to grant grantthese gnt gntthese
these t demands and thus have a monopoly monopolyof monoply monoplyof
of o f the business The first frst consideration consideraton Isto Is Iso
to t o learn lear the te thei7ants < fants nnt of the te people and cater caterthereto Cter Cterterto
thereto terto This Tlis Is not done through trough the te dis distribution distrlbuton ¬
tribution trlbuton t of o catalogues advertising ndvertslng goods goodsOur goods
Our business businEss men must mut proceed on the tbeeame thesame
same s ame basis that they adopt at home Ex Experienced Experenc ¬
perenc p perienced traveling traelng men having a speak speaking speakIngknOledge speakng ¬
IngknOledge i ing ng knowledge of o the language and Ind carry carrying crr carryeg ¬
l ing eg a full ul line lne of samples must must be sent senthere senthere senthere
here fully tuly prepared prcpard to demonstrate the thosuperiority thesuperioriy
superiority superioriy s of their goods goos It I is a rare rareLhing rre rreLing rarehing
Ling t to see an American Aerican representative representatve in inGuatemala InGuatemala inGuatemala
Guatemala while whlo German Germn English Englsh and andFrench andFrench andFrench
French drummers drummer are always aways In evidence evidenceForeign evidenceForeig
Foreign Foreig houses send men me here specially spe laly to toascertain t toascertain
ascertain acertin the wants wlnts of the people peoile and the theclass te teclas
class clas c lass of goods desired and then they man manufacture manufacture manufacture ¬
ufacture to suit Iult the trade tradeArticles tndeuArtcles tradeArtiches
uArtcles Articles of United Unie States manufacture manufactureare manufactureare
are undoubtedly of superior quality qualty but butnecessarily butnecCsarly butnecessarily
necessarily necCsarly commanding a higher price pricearc pricearc
arc laid aside preference being given to tothe tothe tothe
the cheaper articles artcles gloesed gl0e over gven with a aveneering aveneering
veneering pleasing to the te eye When one oneconsiders onoconsiders oneconsiders
considers that the bulk of the purchasing purchasingpopulation purchaing purchaingppulation purchasingpopulation
population ppulation of o the Republic Republc of o Guatemala Guatemln is ismade Ismade ismade
made up of Indians this is not to be b won wondered wondere wondared ¬
dared dere at at I 1 am informed that tat an English Englishfirm Englsh Englshlrm Englishfirm
firm lrm is at present manufacturing a a hoe hoeadvantageously h hadvantageously hoeadvantageously
advantageously titled tted the Guatemala Guatemalahoc Guatemal Guatemahaboa
hoc which sells sels in this market for 326 326per 326per 326per
per dozen enormous quantities quanttes being sold soldTbe soldTh soldTh
Tbe Th Th American Americn hoe of o better finish fnish but in inno Inno Iano
no way better beter adapted for the purpose purposecommands purle purlecmmandsS50 purposecommands
commands cmmandsS50 JS50 S5O per p r dozen Generally Generallyspeaking Generly Generlyspeaking Genera2lyspeaking
speaking an inferior Inferor article atce of bright brght arid aridlurid nd ndlurid ndlurid
lurid finish fnish will wl find fnd a a ready redy sale IserGuatemala her er erGutemala
Guatemala Gutemala Imports from Germany Gera7 en enameled cnlel enameled ¬
ameled lel kitchen kilche ware musical musicallns Instruments Instrumentsumbrellas Instrumentsumbrellas 1ment
umbrellas umbrelas cheap bats leathers shoe elas elastics elas elastics ¬
tics tc crockery crocker hardware and cutlery cuter pa paper paper paper ¬
per cheap cloths beer and od wine wineFrom wineuJrom wineFrom
uJrom From England England quantities quanttes of white whitegoods whie whiegods whitegoods
goods gods prints print threads thred cashmeres cabmere cheap ceap
haberdashery haberdasher and farming farln Implements ImplementsFrom ImplementFrm ImplementsFrom
From Frm France perfumery pertumer drugs drug silk silkgoods sik sikgods silkgoods
goods gods wines and ad liquors liquorsFrom lquor liquorsTrom
tea From Fom China silks siks rice rce cinnamon cnnamon and andtea ad adtea andtea
From Chile wines flour four and beer beerSpain beerSpain beerSpain
Spain has recently recenty obtained obtane recogni recognition recogi recogiton recognition ¬
tion ton by shipping a cheap grade of o blanketunderwear blanket blanketunderwear blaket blaketunderwear
underwear revolvers rvolver cigarette citrette paper and andTie ande andTe andie
Tie ie e
The Te United Unie States rules rles the market maket in
flour four and groceries groceriesShipping grocoies grocoiesShipping groceriesShipping
Shipping is an important factor In the
introduction Introducton of o goods gos into Guatemala Guatemala te It Itrequires I Itrequires
requires about one month for goods goos sent senlrm
from rm New York via the te Isthmus Istmus of Panama Panamato Panamato
to arrive In this city ciy The Te freight rate ratevia rte rtevia ratevia
via this route is 522 22 per ton of o 2WO 2WOpounds 20 2O 2Opounds
pounds pounds Cargo is carried crried from Eirope E 1rope via viathe Ia Iate
the te Straits Strit of Magellan 1Iagelan at nt a cost ost of o J534 J534per 13 13per 531 531per
ton of 22JO
per pounds punds Goods Goos shipped shippe I
from Europe by the latter route ute reach I
here in about seventyfive seventylve days daysShort days daysShort daysShort reac
Short credits creit are an a obstacle oblle to the theextension theextension I Iextension
extension of trade trde with wth South and am Central Centl I
American Americn republics republc Our houses usually usualy r rrequire
require reuire cash payment with 1t the te order
There Tere are firms fs which whic give gve thirty thiry or sixty Ixty r
days but even this concession cncelon Is of little littleservice lte lteserice S Sservice
service serice as the time tme of payment Pment often ofte ex expires expIr axplies ¬
plies pIr before bfore the goods god arrive arrve European I
houses housts give six months from rom the date of o f
the te invoice and are a not unduly excited ecied I
if I the account acount is a little ltte overdue overdueThe overdue overdueThe
The Tf subject of packing ekin seems ses to be beworn beworn b a aworn
worn threadbare tiuealbare this is one of the prin principal prIncpal priaclpai ¬
cipal cpal drawbacks wbacks to our trade trle With for foreign foreig forolga ¬
eign eig bt bbness bui c ss houses packing pcing is It a fine fineart fno fnoart a aart
art art Seldom Seldo does doel an article artcle come broken brokenor brken brkenor a aor
or damaged and ad if I this should happen and ani
demand be made for a rebate the te firm firmwould frm frmwould I Iwould
would grant gnt it immediately im latelY making apol apology apl aplog apology ¬
ogy og for the accident accIdent United Unite States Sttes houses house housesalmost
in almost every instance refuse to
Instnce refus re replace replace replace ¬
place or give a rebate rebte on damaged dagd articles articlesalthough artces artcesalhoug r ralthough
although alhoug they may have hve sent goods gos paid pJ i
for before btore shipment most mot Insecurely Insecurelypacked Insecurelypcke maccurd V Vpacked
packed packedForeign pcke packedForeign
Foreign Foreig firms frs particularly prtcularly Germans Germanshave Geras Gerashave I Ihave
have a power pwer of imitation imitton that helps to toIncrease t a aIncrease
Increase Icrease their business buslnCs with wih these cairn countries cun cuntries cairntries ¬
tries They Tey acquire quir a knowledge of the thehabits thehabis th e ehabits
habits habis and tastes of the people peple and of the theprices theprice th C Cprices
prices price they usually usualy pay for certain certn articles articlesof nrlcles nrlclesof S Sof
of home manufacturer such
hoe as wearing wearin g
apparel etc ete they then make mke the same samearticle sme smeartcle sam samarticle
article artcle underselling underelng the natives ntves them themselves themselves themselves ¬
selves To illustrate iusrte The Th Indians make makea mali 0 0a
mae maea
i a certain certin article art e called caled the mountain coat crt t
They spin In and weave weve the raw cotton ctton and andwool andwol an d dwool
wool wol In the crudest crudes possible way yet ye tho thogarment to togarenl th 0 0garment
garment garenl is woven so closely that It i Is Ispractically Isprctcly I s spractically
practically prctcly waterproof waterrof The Te Germans Gerans Imi Imitate imitte imitate ¬
tate tte this article artcle so closely that the In Indias L Ldlans
dians dias themselves temele cannot cnnot tell tol the differ difference difer diference difference ¬
ence and to cap c the te climax clma give themto them ther a ato
to the Indians Indias to sell sel sellour gTe
If I our manufacturers will imake make up U p
their minds mln to meet the conditions cndIons that thatare tat tatare tin it itare
are today influencing Infuenclng and controlling contrlng trade tae trail le
in I Guatemala Guatemla as well wel as a throughout trghout all al a 11
Central CIUtrl and South America Americ we will wi win winthe wi a
the markets marketsPLUNGES makets maketsPLUGES marketsPLDIWES Wn Wnthe
Fatal Fall Fnl of a Workman ork un From the theCantilever theCuntlcTcr ib 0 0Cantilever
CuntlcTcr Cantilever Bridge BrldccNIAGARA nrldJ BridgeNIAGARA
NIAGARA IAGAR FALLS FALL June 1G lGHenr 1GHenry Henry Sip Sippel Sippel Si Sipal
pel accidently accidenty plunged off of the cant cantilever cant cantlever ¬
lever bridge brdge to his hl death dCt yesterday yesterdaySippel yesterdaySippel y ySippel 1
Sippel was ws a blacksmith blackit and was wa doing doingriveting doingr doin g griveting
riveting r etng work wrk on tho to pier on the Ameri American AmerIcn 1 1Carl ¬
can cn side de In some manner mannpr he lost his hisfooting hisfootng is isfooting
footing footng and plunged down through trugh the te steel steelwork steelwork ste el elwork 1
work of the te pier to the abutment abutent or slope slopeover slopeover sloi e eover
over ono hundred feet below Sippel was wasthirtyfive w Os OsthIrtyfive 5
thirtyfive tlryfvo years old od an3 al was wa married marriedabout maied maiedabout maccit rd rdabout 1
about six
yeas ago agoThursday agoThursday agoThursday
Thursday night a eon was w born bm to him hi and an od j
It Is I thought tought that a a sleepless night aided aith d 1
by the te strain strin of o tho high position posi t In which whit rh i
be 10 was working was ws too t o much for nia niaaerves 11 h Is Isnerves 3
nerves ieres and this caused cused him hi to fall fallFood fal falOSYmE
Food will wi lay layII
OSYmE STETT STETTCELEBRATED II In the stomach stomachundigested stomachundigested rh
undigested for fordays
CEBRATD CELEBRATED days and then thenyou thenr thi
you r 0 u wonder wonderwhy wonderwhy er eral
why you tel feel al altheflitteram
1 1 II 1 Cleanse Cleansethe Ceanse Ceansethe
the bowels with withthe withte
Cf yOU the te theflitteram theflitteramCf Bitters Biters Wi will and andBELCHING aJ aJyOU not notsuter n i1 i1L
L suter from fromBELCHIG
q b ITTERS TTER STOMACH 5 It your 1 strengthen strengthenyour strngten strngtenur ur will willstrengthen wi stomach stmach
Boy Do B oy i at Coney JHla Isi41thisked td1 bikcd JIb JIblu high highira
ira the Air AirNEW Air1W AirNEW
NEW 1W YORK June JuaeIffWbisked 15 6 Whisked from fromearth fromeath fromarth
earth eath e arth and hanging byjheleg by Jh leg from frm a rap rapIdly rp rpIdly
Idly id ly rising balloon balon Abdrew ihlrew Malchofsky Malchofskysixteen Malchofakyxteen Ialchofskyslten
sixteen slten sI sIin xteen years year old wag Wa carried rle 1000 ICO feet feetinto feetInto feetto
into ina in to the air at Coney Island yesterday yesterdayafternoon yesterdaynreron yesterdayfternoon
afternoon nreron a and only saved s ve from rom death by byi bythe
i the t he coolness coolnes end tn courage cure of o the aeronaut aeronautwhose aeronut aeronauthose
vho w whose hose balloon blon bad haC snatched s e him up upThousands upThouands upThousands
Thousands of visitors vIsior tt at the seaside sellde re reEcrt rerort reort
Ecrt s sh ort saw aw the boy b carried crrJe away and heard heardhia herd herdhia heardis
hia h is frantic frtc cries cre for help More than one oneknelt onekel onenelt
knelt kel k nelt upon the sands and prayed prye for the thelads te telads theds
lads la ds deliverance delvernce from rom peril perilOne ptrl perilOne
One of o the attractions atrcton at Coney Island Is Isa Jsa Isballoon
a balloon bloon ascension cclllon and ad a parachute parchute drop dro droThe
I The T he aeronaut is known as a Kid Benja Denjamin
min m m Ho gives give no n other name nameWhile nae
While ie the te balloon blon was being bing inflated infted yes yesterday ye
terday t afternoon aferroon no visitor visior was wa more in Interete inercsted
terested terete t than Andrew Malchofsky 1lachobky who wholives wholves
lives lves li ves In North ort Seventh Sth Streeet Street Brooklyn BrooklynFinally Brklyn BrklynFlnl Brooklyninally
Finally Flnl F inally Kid Benjiimln Denjlln gave gve the te word wor to toet to1et
1et et go goThe gooThe
The balloon shot upward Even Eve while whilethe whilehe
baloon upwa whie whiethe
the t he crowd was s cheering one e of the te flang tn tnlng
ling lng l ing ropes rps whipped whippe around arund Malchofskys Malchofskysright Machofskys Machofskysrght
right rght r ight leg making mking a a half hl hitch hich and be before beore beore ¬
fore fh f ore he knew what had ba happened happne he was washigh washigh
high h igh in the air airHe airHe
He hung helpless halfway halway between btween the thehalloo thebalo
halloo balo b alloo nand parachute In constant cnstnt danger dangerthat dager dagertat
that tat the te rope rpe would loosen lose and let him I
drop dropShouts dr d rop ropShouts g I ITho
Shouts ut of horror horor warned the aeronaut aeronut
ware te
Tho T he watching watchng crowd crwd saw sw hIm glance glace down downward I Iwar
ward war w ard and ad then make mae preparations prepatons to save savethe Bve Bvethe
the lads lals life lifeHo le leHe
He shouted to the boy boY to grasp the te rope ropewith ropewih ropeith
with wih w ith both bth hands and bold on on tight tght When Whenthese Whentee
these tee instructions Instrctons had been obeyed obye be beclambered beclambered
clambered c dc dwn wn and nd succeeded Eucceeed in knotting knottingtho knottng knottngte
the te rope securely seurel about abut the te boys bys body boy be below be ¬
low l ow his hi arms armsBenjamin ams amsD armsBnjamin
Benjamin D nJamin did not dare are to make his cus customtry e
tomtry tomzr t omary parachute parchute jump leaving the te lad ladattached ladatache
attached atache a to the te balloon balloonHe bUon
He sat fast fst and a the te balloon baloon cooling coolinggradually colng colnggradualy
gradually gradualy g settled sete earthward Crtwar finally fnaly com coming coming ¬
ing l eg to rest onJy ony a few clock from where whereIt whereIros wheret
It Iros i t arose MalcLofsky 1Jalclfsky waited wated only to be re released rel ¬
leased l e before bfore making for home aa a fast fat aa aaa a
a trolley troley car cr carwuubd would Uld carry crr him himTHE him himT
Only O nly 111JOOO ljfOO of o UnhrerltyK University O73O O73OOO1 3
001 Property llopert A AMeMHuble AMeMHubleNEW e i able ableNEW
NEW hAVEN lL VZ June 16 1 16More More lore than 10 O
000000 e worth of o property proprty In New Haen Haenwill H Hasenwill 1en 1enm
will m be c exempt eempt from taxes tes this year yea IC ICorlng c ccording
v cording orlng to the tc report rcpor filed fle with wit the te major majorYale majorYale
Yale University Unlverlt owns own 56736001 673601 673600I worth of ofproperty o oprperty ofproperty
property prperty and a pays taies teson on only 149000 149000The 1900 1900The
The list lit of nontaxsble nont ble property prpery has been beenincreased beenInreased
increased i from roQ last by 11000000 11000000Yale liOOOOOOYale
Yale has ha greatly geaty increased Icrf Its Is holdings holdingsin
in i n nontaxpaying nontpaying real rea estate estte since last lastyear lastyear
year mostly moty through trugh the te large purchases purchasesof pUicaes pUicaesof
of land on the Grove Street Steet block blo1 where wherethe wherethe wherethe
the new bicentennial bicentnnlcl buildings bldings are to tostand tostand
stand It I is believed beleved thatwhen t twhen the te new newbuildings newbuiding
buildings buiding are erected on the tie new campus campusYale cpus cpusYale
Yale will wi have added ov 9 Gdr2OdOtOO r 2COOeOO Oe more moreto moreto
to its nonassessable ssabIe in the
is nonaaP holdings holdiDg te cen centre centre ¬
tre of the city cityAccording ciy i iAccording
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empt from taxation taUon on tn all al alL land lad used for foreducational toreucatonal foreducational
educational eucatonal purposes purses on onehIland all lland land not yield yieldIng Ield IeldIng
Ing an a Income to t the college cl e and on all allhouses al
houses not not yielding more moe than tha a certain certaininrorne certainIttme certainncome
inrorne Ittme i ncome The Te Sheffield Scientific SeienU c Sciool Sool ag aggregates aggregtes ¬
gregates gregtes 600000 600 worth wort of property prpy propy and andits andits
its 1 charter Is such that tat the he school scol could couldown culd culdown couldown
own all al of the te property In t te tjre ie city ciy of o New NewHaven NewHaven
Haven and ad be b exempt eempt from taxes tes of o any anykind anykd
kind kd The Te Scientific Scentfc School col however Is Isnot Isnot
not allowed alowed by the te terms ters of > f Its It charter charterto charer charerto
to build tuld dormitories dormiores for the tb h students lstudentsor studentsOf studentsOf
Of the other oter exempted exempte property pr9prty In New NewHaven cw cwHaven
Haven the banks banka own J200 2OOQQO OQ < H0 street rail railways ri railways ¬
ways 3SOO 334000 city ciy ISWOOO S OI New Haven HavenCounty HavenConty HavenCounty
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churches churche 3161285 3161 and ars the New ew ew Haven Havenroad Hven Hvenroad Havenroad
road 4319590 4319590HEARSTS 43159 43159HSTS 4310590KEABSTS
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nt Chicago ChicagoCHICAGO CbleuoCHICAGO ChicagoCHICAGO
CHICAGO June 16 16W W R R Hearst nlast Hearst of ofNew ofNew olNew
New York arrived arived here ter yesterday yeterdy and ad con confirmed cn cnfrme confirmed ¬
firmed frme all al that tat has been bn published publshed con concerning cn cncerning concorning ¬
cerning the Democratic cmoaUc evening evenl g newspaper newspaperwhich newppe newppewhich newspaperwhIch
which he will wi start here He said a start startwill starlwi startwill
will wi be b made as soon sn as the te presses and andquarters a andquarters
quarters quarter can c can be made roady He hopes hopesthis hopesthi hopesthis
this thi will wi be b in time tme to publish publsh the te pro proceedings proceings proceedings ¬
ceedings ceings of the Democratic Demortc Convention Conventon at atKansas atK atKsnsas
Kansas K nss City Ciy on July 4 The Te staff staf will wi be bemade b beI
made men up almost exclusively of Chicago Chicagomen Cico Cicomen Chicagomen I
The he name nae of o the te new paper ppr has not notbeeR notbeel notbees
beeR beel decided cide upon Upn definitely defnitely said sd Mr MrHearst Jlr JlrHet MrHearst
Hearst Het but bt it 1 will wU probably prbbly be called calledHearsts cle cabledHearota
Hearsts Hersts Chicago Chicgo American Amerie My name namewill n1 namewIll
will wi not be b prominent prminent in the te caption cpton but it itwill itwi ii iiwill
will wi be included Inlude to indicate iDlcte the te connection connectionbetween connecIon connecIonbewen connectionbetween
between bewen the te new ne paper pper and uadmy my newspapers newspapersin newspr I IIn
in New e York and San Sn Franeisco FrnIs This Tis will willbe witbe
be the last of o my newspaper n wsPfr ventures venturs as a I Iwill 1m
will m then have the te field feld for large papers paperswell Pprs Pprswel paparwell I
well wel covered coveredWhen covere coveredWhen
When en told of the te interest interet among news newspaper newsppr newspaper ¬
paper ppr publishers publsher aroused arouse by his hi entrance entranceo etce etceI eatranccimo
I imo > o the te field feld he said saidThere sid sidThere saIdThere
There Is certainly cerinly no reason rsn for fo1 anyone anyonett a ab
tt t be alarmed alare I seek see to be on friendly friendlyrms friendlytr friendi r rrms
tr rms with wih the te publishers publIher who are my mycompetitors mycpettrs no nocnnopetitors
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petition petitionTO velton veltonTO petitionTO
A British Farewell Furcuoel to Delegate DelegateComing DeIegutesComln S SComing
Coming Comln to America AmericaLONDON AmericaLONDON merlcuL
LONDON L D June 16 16A A meeting metn was wa held heldIn heldIn hal h hin
In St St Martins Mrtns Hall Hal yesterday yestrday for the pur purpose purIose posypose ¬
pose Iose of o bidding farewell faewel to C CW W W Bowerman Bowermanand Boweran Boweranand a aand
and J Sexton Seton the te delegate delegates from rom Ruskin RuskinHall Ruski a aa
Hall H31 Council Counci who are to sail s n for America Americaon Americthe a
on the steams steas steamsip > ip pSt St Paul today The TneBishop TheDshop Tb S SBIshop
Bishop Dshop of Londto LndG Londd presided pi side at n the te meeting meetingand metng metngand meetin meetinand
and was assisted ised by Walter atr Vreeman Vreman of ofSt otSt o oSt
venture ventureThe ventureThe ventureThe St St Louis LuIS who Is the t prime prme mover In the theventure theventure tb e eventure
The delegates delegate are on their way to the theUnited theUnied th a aUnited
j United Unied States to t jnltiate iniate a movement to toestablish toetblsh 0 0establish
establish etblsh an Irstrutlon hstuton similar simiar to Ruskin RuskinHall RuskinHal a aHall
I Hall Hal at Oxford Oxor This is a labor labr college collegeestablished clege clegeestablshE collegeestabbisbed
j established establshE through thrugh the te efforts cfort of Messrs MessrsVreeman Messr MessrsVrctrnan
i Vreeman VrEtman and Beard Dear It I Is 1 expected expetd that thatSamuel thtSamuel tha i iSamuel
Samuel Compare Gomper President P Jdent of o the Ameri American Amer Anoerican ¬
can cn Federation Federaton of Labcr Jrandotber and anotber other promi prominent prominent prornineat ¬
nent labor agitators aslttor will vIil n meet m et and ad enter entertain entertain entertalfl ¬
tain the delegates delegate on theirarrival tbeirnrrva in the theUnited theUnite tb a aUnited
United Unite States I IThe ITho IThe
The delegates delegate are ar Baking 1klgwih with them the then a
1000 of the necessary nece 4000 QOO which is isbeing Isbing I is
being bing subscribed subscribe in Great ret Britain Drtln for forpresentation fa fapresentation or orpresentton r
presentation presentton to America Americain merca in return for the theestablishment theestblsment iii e eestablishment
establishment estblsment of Rus RusdD RuskinHall RuskinHallStatS < dDHall dDHallHad
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fortyseven years year old was w nri taken ten to the te City CityHospital Ciy CiyHospitl Cii Ly LyHospital
Hospital Hospitl yesterday yeterday suffering sUfeng from frm an un unhealed unhealed ii 1 1is
healed amputation amputton of both bth feet fet He was wasrun was wasrun w is
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day been at a a hospital tlpill there where his hisfeet h ht is j
feet were amputated amputt d He e says EY that tat the hos ho hopltl hopltsl t
pltal pltl authorities mthorit would wocd not 1tt Jep keep him locg locger 101g 101ger Ior I Ie
er and sent him to to 1 Baltimore Baltmre where he behad 1 e
had lived lve He said sd that a 5 taan man an had been ben bensent bet a
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at Washington When en be arrived arrved at Union UnIt UnIta cSn Sn l
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There was wa never a time tme when so s many manylarge Dny Dnylare
j large lare la rge hotels hols were In operation oprton as at pros present pr prent ¬
ent ent a nt All Al of o the te flrstclafia nrtca hotels seem to tohave tohave
have h ave plenty plent of patrons patrons yet meet mCt of the thehotel te tehotel
1 hotel h otel managers manager complain cmplin of the te smallness smallnessof smalnes smalneso
of o f profits profitsWhat prots profitsWhat
What Is wrong vong with the tehtel betel bust business bus ¬
ness ne n ess 7 a Sun reporter reprer asked aked o of a man manwho mMwho
who w ho for forty years year has been b n a successful successfulhotel sccusful sccusfulhotl
j hotel hotl h otel manager Jager In New York and other otherEastern otherEaster
Eastern Easter E astern cities citiesEverything cies ciesEverthing
Everything Everthing Is I wrong wrng with wih It It he re replied repled ¬
j plied pled p lied pessimistically pesImistcly A man might migt as aswell a awel
well wel w ell expect expct to get rich rch peddling pe < lng lightning lightningbugs lghtning
bugs b ugs aa n running rnning an uptodate hotel un unless ¬
less les b ets he runs it i as a a freak museum mu eum In the thej te tefrt
j i first frt fi rst place tho th rents rent are simply Emply murder murderous murer murerou ¬
ous ou O tis The public putle has ha been educated euctd up to toa toa
a high degree decee of o hotel luxury lur Solid Sold com comfort c ¬
fort f ort isnt enough eough today toy Glitter Glter and glare glareand glaread
and ad a nd novelty nQvely are ae what the te people with withmoney withmoney
money m oney are crying cring for Hotels Hotes undertook undertookto underook underookto
to t o satisfy these te whims A few set the thepace
te tepace
pace p ace others oten bad hd to fall al In line ln6 in 11 order ordercatc tc tccatch I
catch catc c < patronage patnge and ad competition comptto is so keen keenLbat keenthat
that t every ever hotel Is on o a tremendous tremenduu strain strainto stin stinto
t to o keep up with wih the te procession proeion When a ahotel ahotel aotel
h hotel otel is built buit now the only Idea is to t make makeit makeit
it i t bigger blgter and ad showier and more elaborate elaboratethan elabrte elabrtethan
than any of the others othe The architects architectsturn aciet
turn t urn themselves themelves loose looe and the te capitalists capitalistspour cpitit
pour por p our In money The Te decoration decoraton and d fur furnishings fr frnishing ¬
nm nishings nishing n and all al that tat sort sr of thing ting are the themost te temot
most mot m ost expensive epnsive that tht money can c buj bu Plate Plateglass Plateglas
glass glas g gs lass and marbleand mablend onyx and bass and andsilver andslnr
silver slnr s plate are used as a freely freel ai I si plaster plasterof plater platero plasterf
of o f parts pars Decorative Decoratie effect efect cut cl cuts a good gooddeal go
deal d eal a bigger bigge figure fgre than practical prctcd utility utilityand utity utityand utilitynd
as and a nd nobody nobd counts count what the te coot Clt of run running rn rnIng ¬
ting s Ing such a plant plat will wi be beThen be
uTben Then the hotel man rents rent the place placeGod plae plaeGo
God Go G od help him him There is to much money moneysunk moneysunk moneyunk
sunk s unk in the te establishment etblshment that that the te rent rentmust rentmust rentmust
must be enormous enorous So little ltte attention atenton has hasbeen baaeen
been b een paid to economy that tat five fve times tme as asmany a asmany
many employes mploye are ae required reured as a should shoud be benecessary
necessary neesar n In a house houe of the te sire i1e Taxes Taxesrepairs Taes Taesrpair
repairs rpair fuel uel all al the other oter running renlng ex expenses expnS
penses pnS p enses are monumental monumentl By the te time tme the theInvestor te teilestor
Investor I has his 5 cent on the
ilestor h hs per pr te money moneyInvented monerInveted
Invented Inveted i and the expenses expnse of keeping keepng up upthe upthe uphe
the t he hotel are ae paid pid the te manager manger Is I in a abole ahole
bole h ole He Is 1 In a treadmill troadmi simply work working working
ing t ag for or his landlord ldord Ofcourse Ocurse he has h to tocharge t
charge chrg c high rates rtes He couldnt clt keep keepthings keepthlnp
things t going gIng at all al If 1 he didnt ddnt and even evenas evenas
as a s It i is he doesnt doent make money I can cancount cn cneounl
count c the te wealthy wealty hotel hotl men me of today tar on onthe onthe
the fingers fnge of my two hands hand and > yet yetrich yetrich yetich
rich r ich hotel men cln used ue to be at plentiful pletful as asblackberries a
blackberries blackberriesThe b 4ackbernlesThe ackbrre
The he bigger a hotel of this tis modern moer sort sortIs sortIs
Is i s the better bter The biggest biget ones one stand the thebest te tebll
best bll show for coming cming out ot ahead ahed of the thegame te tegame thegame
game for after afer a certain certn point pint the te in lncreast increast
creast c rease In itnt In
creast expense expnc proportion proporton to tothe t
the t he Increase Inceae in size 61ze The main cost cst of ofrunning I Irunnln
running runnln r a small mal modern moEr house hos Is as great greatas geat
as a a s it woud be b for a large lae one ne The Te only onlydifference onlydlferenc I
difference dlferenc need nee be b in greater geater diningroom diningroomand clningroI
and a nd bedroom accommodations
an brom acommdton and an extra extrawaiters ext
wate waiters and chambermaids camberids do CO not cut ct much muchof muchor muchof
of a figure fgre The Income Inme of a house houe may be bealmost beam0t
almost am0t doubled doubl by doubling doublng its It size but butthe butte
the te expense epense Isnt nt increased Inreae 25 2 per pr cent cnt Of Ofcourse Ofcoure Ofcourse
course coure If the te hotel cant cat draw a crowd crowdsize cowd cowdsize
size Isnt Ist any ay advantage advatage but the com complaint cm cmplaint cornplaint ¬
plaint Just now I Isnt nt that tal the hotels are arenot arenot
not full tul but that tat even when they tey are full fullthe fullhe ul
money moneyThe coey coeyuTe the t he men who are ar running rnnies them tem dont dt make makemoney me mecoey
uTe The absolute abolute folly foly of some sm hotel hotelarhl hotelarhltet archi architects ¬
teats tet and ad builders buider is enough eogh to make me a apractical apra apractical
practical pra Ucl hot hotel l m mn man n tear ter his hs hair hi A very TOr
handsome hotel has recently been
h3me ha rently bn put pt up
In one of o our or Ws bg Eastern Eaer cities cite It I has a amagnificent I
magnificent ent front and its drawing I
maei frot drwng rooms roomsoffices roms romsoce I Ioffices
offices oce reading rdin rooms rOms concert erl bails hals bed bedroom b ¬ I
room rm suites suie and all al that tat sort ert of G thing tin are aresuperb ae areseipeph
superb wper to the last la degree degremUI degreem4hiloas nrillfoas in inthem I Inthem I
them them Well VeIl el do you yo know kw they cant cnt keep keepa I
a servant In that th Woomig bi place The Theservants Theservants
servants srats quarters quaters and an al a the arrange arage arrangemeats t j j
meats met for fo work are ae so s beastly bty bad bd that thatthree thatthre thatthree I
three thre times tme the t servants serat have hve all al walked walkedout walkedout walkedI
out in a body b and 0 I suppose su s theyll teyl keep I j jit i
it up I tell tel iou 10 we are sacrificing scriicng too toomuch to I Imuch
much to onyx ony and anI plate pategl gloss and a Louis Lis I IXIV i iXIV 1XIV i
XIV furniture furnitureNow j i j jSO
Now SO Ive Ive had hd occasion oion within wihin the tte last lastfew Iat Iatfew i
few years yeas to pass p Judgment judgent upon upn several severalmodern seer I Imodern
modern moer New ew York hotels hotels Friends Fiend of o mine minewanted minewanted minewanted
wanted to buy and 3nd the decision dclsion was wa left leftto Ic bcIto t tto
to me me One of the places placend placesand and a stunning stunaingone
one it looked loke to be bewas bewas was offered oler at a good go I Ideal i ideal
deal dea less than tha cost cst and od my friends friens thought thoughtit thoght I Iit
it was w a bargain brgn I went up and ad looked looke it itover i ii t tover I
over Then I telegraphed telegraphedDcst telegphed telegphedt telegraphedDt
Dcst t buy if i they offer ofer it to you yo for fortwo for fortwo
two 10 cents cont Theres Teres no money in it for you youif yet 1 1theyd
if i theyd give it it It to you youYou youYou o
You see se It I was wa Just this way The Thehotel Te Tehotel Thi Thihotel
hotel was W Wa s beautiful butfula and d utterly uterly Imprac Impracticable lmpr Irnpracticableuilt
ticable te3ble ticableuilt Built uUt by an a architect arciet in a tfpe tfpedream Irpe Irpedrem 4p a adream
dream drem I should say Just to give you an anInstance ar 1 1Instance I
Instance Itnce of o what wht I moan me I went down into intothe Int intithe
the boiler boie room rom It I was w full ful of men in inuniform Inunform ir a auniform
uniform uniformHow unform unformHoW uniformHow
How HoW many ma y men en do you yu use us here I Iasked Iake Iasked
asked ake askedSeventeen
U Seventeen said sid the te engineer engineerGreat engner engnerU engineerGreat
U Great Hcott kot Seventeen Sevente men to run runthis Iunthis rur a athis
this boiler ber nxnn c rjml How much coal co do you youuse TOU TOUuse yoc a ausl
use usl He told me meWhere useWhere e eee
Where ee are a your coal bins t I said saidlooking sId sIdloking saidlooking
looking loking around aroundWell aound aroundWell
Well el those tho there ter at the Oe end arc the theonly te teonly fist S Sonly
only ones we c have hve and they only hold holdtwelve holdtwelve bolttwelve
twelve tons so we have to ake ke In coal coalevery coalever coa coaevery
every ever other day dayNo dayu dayNo
u No o wonder they the needed nede extra er men and andthnk andth am amthiik
thnk th k of all al the te noise and ad dirt cf that coal coaldumping con coa a aunder
dumping under the te windows winows every ever other otherday oter oterday olin olinday
day The arhitect arhlec that tat didnt know knoW bet better bt btter bettar ¬
I ter than thn that tt ought to be shot shotThere shot sbotThere
There here were five fve elevators elevator running rnnnl in inthat Intat Ii a
that tat house hou Two To wuuld w uld have done the theI ta C aC
I work wrk The Te architect archiet said sid Youve got gt the theboilers theI th thboilers a
boilers boier It I wont cost Ct anything special to tohave t a ahave
I have all al nh the elevators elevto you want wL But the theboilers theboier tb e eboilers
boilers boier have to be fed and ad there has ba to be bea bea b e ea
a double elevator ele > tor force for each elevator eevatr elevatorfigured I Ifigured Ifgure
figured fgure out the te number Dumbe of employes In that thathotel tt tthotel lisa lisahotel
hotel and asked ake how many ay guests get were werestaying werestying over overstaying
staying stying there thee There Tere were four and one onehalf onehalf onehalf
half servants seant to each guest get and yet the thehouse thehouse th e ehouse
house as it i was planned planne couldnt have havebeen havcben hay C Cbeen
been ben run rn with wih a smaller saler force forceYou forceou forceYou
You ou can see why I sect rt that telegram telegramThe L LThe
The situation siaton is i exactly eacty the te same se in most mostof moslor mos mosof
of the te swell wel hotels of the te city clr though tugb thoughfew a afew afew
few of o them are making maing good go money moneyEconomy moneyconomy moneyEconomy
Economy conomy of administration ndminisratcn Theres Ther s the thekeynote tb tbkeynote
te tekeyrote
keynote keyrote to successful sUIce stul hotrf hotl management managementAs mngeent managemenAs I
As A Ive lv been ben telling telng you yu It isnt possible psible In Insome I n nsome I Isome
some cf the modern hotels but every hotel botelought boti botiought
ought to t bo built buit with that as a the te chief end endand en enand nd ndnnd
and nnd aim and the te sooner sner architects ariet grasp graspthat gp gras p pthat I I Ithat
that fact fct the te better bete The kitchens kithen are put puttoo put po I Ito
too tx far from the I Ito
to fa rm dlnlnsrs diningrooms Things Tlg have hao ti tito
to go through trough too to many bds h d before they tey teyae the y yare
are ae served see and cant cnt be served ser quickly quickl quicklDifficulties I
Difficulties Dfccltes of cleaning cenln cleanlne and polishing plshing are arenot ar e enot I Inot
not considered consldte Three men are paid pid to do dowhat dowht ii to towhat
what wht one ce could do d If I rational rtona arrangements arrangementswere arngement Is Iswere
were made for his work work I know one good goodold got id idold
old hotel that tat is run rn in firstclass frtclass fashion fashionOne fahion 5 5One
One is made mde as a comfortable cforble there tere as a any anywhere anywhere an r rwhere ¬
where In the te country count The house hous will wi ac accommodate accommodate a acommodate ¬
commodate 700 70 guests gest and d only 200 20 ser servants servnt ne r rvanta ¬
vants vnt are required ruired to niu r it it Theres heres what whatI what wh it itI 1
I mean mea by economy eomy of administration administrton but a ahost ahos ahost x
host hos of o things thing go to make m ke it itA It itA
UA A good god hotel man ma Isborn is brn not made mae but buthell buthel hr at athell 1
hell hel stand 6d a good god deal del of making mking too to He Hemust Hemust II a amust 3
must know how bo to spend freely on easer essentials e5n e5ntals l ltials ¬
tials tals and cut cu corners corer on nonessentials nonessentialsbut onescUas onescUasbut 5 5but
but but by Jove most mot of 0 if them Urm have hnve to spend spendfreely spendtreely spec specfreely 1
freely on non non essentials esntls and cut cut down downessentials on onessentials onesentas
essentials esentas nowadays nowadaY The public publc is greatly greatlyto geaty geatyto great ly lyto
to blame Too of our our wealthy
blae To many cany welty peo people pet 5 5pIe ¬
ple have hve made their teir money fast tat and ad they theyaro tey teyaro flit flitaro
aro bound bund to have show sh w if they tey dont donlhae donlhaeayting have haveanything hai
anything ayting else Their Their idea Ideof of elegance elcgnce eIeancefiashness Is Isflashiness isfsbnes
flashiness fsbnes and they tey are supporting SPiorn the up uptodate uptodate ut p ptodate
todate todate betels betelsA betelsA hotelsA
A foreigner foreiger was over o over here her last Iac winter wlter < fit v
big bi biab g gun gu ho was wasaed wasand and he was wa talking to t me meabut meout
about abut ab out America Aer1c I have been ben entertained entertine entertainedre
here he hech re for five fve weeks week he h said sail and I am amchare amarmed
charmed chare ch chw chse armed with wih your p pejspbe npleand and the te homes homeswhere homeshere
where w here I have been The Th only things tings Ive Iveseen Ive IveD Iveen
seen se seca en D that are like lke the te jokes about abut Amen Americans Aeri Aericns Amenns ¬
cans cns ca ns in I the European Eroean funny papers pper are areyour areyour areur
your yo ur hotels One Is more comfortable comfortble In Inthem intem inem
them tem th thsu em than in our hotels but they te are in Insuch
such su sube ch atrociously atriouly vulgar vlga taste tte I told tld him hm hmhe himdidnt
be bew didnt dldnt strike stke the right places plac but but he hewas bewas heas
was w as right about the thing ting all al the te same sameA sae saeUA sameA
UA A few fe old reputable reputble hotels are ae trail trailIng trai trailg
Ing in inin g along aon on the te old basis and ad are ae mak making makIng malig ¬
1 ing in g a fair fall profit proft They Tey havent havent the ex expense expense cxense ¬
j pense p ense handicap handic of the te new olaces vlcs but buttheir buttheir buteir
their th eir expenses epens are greater geter than ta they theyused theyused
used u up sed to be b and It ba has been necessary recessa to toput t
put p um ut a good god deal de of money m ey into improve Imprve Imprvements
ments m eats They havent gone goe In for show showbut
bo but but b ut theyve teyvehd had trv tf tc put open opn plumbing all al 1
over o ver the houses and ad Introduce Introuce Improved Iproved Iprovedheat improvedeat
heat h eat and anI light lght and od water supplies supple It I Is Isalmost islmost
almost a necessary necs today toay to run rn an a a la lacrte
carte crte c restaurant restrnt with ih every ever American Americanplan Amerc
pg plan p lan hotel for the European Eropa fashion fahion is I
go1ng g growing In popularity ppulaity all al the time timeIts tie
Its amusing ausing to see how many my people peple peplesty
stay sty s tay at at these tese quiet quiet less expensive houses housesbut
but but b ut want their teir friends frends to think tink they are areat ae aeat
at a ab t the te sweller sweler hotels hotels The Te men dont dnt
bother b other much about abut it it Give Gie a man ma a good goodroom goodoom
room r r oom good god bed and ad good g meals mes and ad g as asa a asrule
a rule rle hes satisfied satsfed but but the te women want wantthe wantthe wanthe
the t he style style They Tey come cme to town town leave their theirluggage teir teirlugage
luggage lugage l lb uggage at at the station stton go to one of the thebig te tebig theig
big b ig show hotels and register regster Then Ten they theycome theycme theyome
come cme c ome well wel say to my hotel and ad engage engagea engge enggerom engageroom
a room rom for the te next day da and ad give gve their theirchecks teir teircbeks theirhecks
checks cbeks c to our or porter prter They Ty write wie to all alltheir al alleir
their teir th eir friends that first fr day on the pa paper papr ¬
per pr p pc er of o the te swagger hotel and ad then they theycme theyome
come cme c around aund here and ad settle sette down to solid solidcomfort solidomfort old oldcmfort
comfort cmfort c at 350 50 a day We have to t send sendsomebody sendsmeby sendomebody
somebody smeby s over to the te other ote hotel every everymorning ever
morning m orning for their teir mail mal Hurt Hur our feelings
Bless B less you no We feelig
Bes Ba arent responsible respnsible for forall foral
all al a ll the tomfoolery tomooler of o the te world and ad we weaTe
have h aTe plenty plen of old patronswho patroDeho are ae rich richand ric
and a nd arisu al aristocratic < Wratc > cratc and ad dont go to the te new newplaces
places p bed b laces ed form formIts formi simply IUpl because bcuse they think thik they tey are ae t
Its i funny how ho much people peple will marl ¬ I Ifce
1 sr
fice fce fl ee to their teir vanity vaty Theyll Tel go and take te J
the t he cheapest cepet scrubby srbby room r in one of the thegilded I Iglde
gilded glde g ilded places places and ad go out to t some sme cheap chep te I Ilte
little lte h Jcat jcat for or their ter meals mes The T e clerks clerksand clerk
and an a nd managers magers tell tcl me that ta they te have hve lots lotsof Jot lotsf II IIan
of o f boarders brer chiefly ciefy women omen who are ae hard hd ¬
ly b y ever seen ben in the te diningroom dinigr Theres Theresa Ter8 Ter8a
a rule r against nst cooking cokig In the te rooms rom but butthe bt I
the te proprietor prpretor is I positive pitve the te women wome do doIt dof
It f i it t though toJgh they tey are ae so sly he cant ct catch catchthem ctch
them the t at It ItWomen It itWomen I
Women are ar queer queersme queersome some women woe I Imean Imen
mean men m ean They are ae all al right in most ways waysbut
but b ut theyll theJ do the tht queerest queeret things thing and ad a ahotel ahotel aotel
hotel h otel man ma gets get kind knd of o soured sure on the te sex se sexWhen
When I furnished furlhe my last lat hotel I bought boughttowels bgtt bgtttwel
towels twel for or the te rooms rom at 12 1 a dozen u I al always alwaya a aways ¬
ways waya like lke a decent towel andT ad r thought thoughtthe thoughtte
the te woman om n would wold appreciate appreiate them te They T y
did d iii They appreciated appreite them tem so o much that thatalmost thatlmost
tat tatamot
almost amot a every ever time tme a woman omn left a room r one oneor oe oeor oeer
or o r two towels twel disappeared d ppee I had hd to call el a ahalt aht aalt
halt ht h alt and ad buy by cheap chep towels that tht wouldnt wouldntbe woJnt woJntb
be b b e any ay temptation tepttn Bless Ble the te teTey women womenThey womenThey
They Tey didnt mean to steal st They were wereJust wee weejut wereust
Just jut j ust collecting colctng souvenirs svClr and a hotel heel things thingsseemed tiD tiDseme
seemed seme s like lke public pbi property prpry They took tookthe to tookhe
the t he towels toes J Jat jest t the te wy W they te take tke betel betelstationery hte beteltationery
stationery sttoner s No matter mater bow b nice nH a woeaaa woeaaais WO womans
is 1 s she hasnt hsnt aay aY principles prDple against aginst tack tacklag tuk tuklag tuckag
lag l ag all 81 the te hotel be stationery sUe In I sight sght into intoher jnt intoer
her h er bag bg when shes jekag packing to go away
My Iy owe women wome folks foks do d it I too to I never nevercan neer neerc
can c an tell where their letters
c tel whee ter letr are ae mailed mailedby male I
by b looking loking at the envelope evel because beus it ittheyre I I
theyre teyre t In i Florida Flori they ty are a Just ju as 3 likely likelyto lkely I Ito
to t o a San Francisco
te use Sa Frlae or Quebec Qle hotel hotelenvelope htel htel8ve1p
envelope 8ve1p e as anything aDyiDg else elseWhen e
When It i comes to running a hQtel hQtelthough h2teJtngh bqtebhough
though tngh t a man needs nees come capable capbe woman womanback Wman Wmanbck
back bck b ack of o him and he cant ct make things thing go gounless gounles gonless
unless unles u nless he he has ha her Theres Teres no use us talk talking talkIng ¬
ing I ng women understand uofrtand some EO things thlDg about abouta abt abta
a house hous better than ta a a man ma could col ever un understand undertn ¬
derstand dertn d them and ad an a immense Immens amount out of ofresponsibility o orespnibity ofesponsibility
responsibility respnibity r must mus rest rt upon upn them tem Give Giveme Giveme
me a a good go clerk a good go cook ck and ad a cape capable cp capele ¬
ble b le housekeeper husekeeper and Ill Il make any ay hotel hotelgo hoe hotelo
go g o The meet mCl valuable vauNe faculty faculy a hotel hotelman hot
man can have Is a faculty for
ma ca hve I picking out outthe outthe
the t he right righ men and an women cmen to do his work workTheres workTheres ork
Theres a great ceat row rw about abut the te difficulty dmclr In Ingetting Ingeting inettIng
getting geting g good go hotel htel maids maid but bt It a hotel hotelmanager hoel hoelmager
manager treats his servants nigh hell
tet rat rgh hel get geta gela
a good goo class clas Ive Ive never had any ay trouble troubleI tobe tobeI troublegive
I give the girls grls good go comfortable coforbl rooms roomsand r
and a nd baths bths and ad good go meals me I t dont dt over overwork ovr ovrwork ¬
work them them If I they get slekfl sl I take tke care careof ere ereof
of o f them tem and each eh one ee of them thm has ha two twoweeks twowek
weeks wek vacation Ctn in the te summer Ser with wtl fall fallpay funpy fullpey
pay py That sort sor of o treatment teteDt pays Pr la the thelong te telong theong
long ong ran ranOne rUDe rUDeOue runOne
One thing hotels hoes seed D is their ter own OW pri private pr private ¬
vate laundries It is sve net it
launres I expesssve xpe Dve bt saves sve
linen and keeps it looking sad I
lnen keep I loiag a smelting smeltinggood sllg sllggo
good go I always aways used to t send sa sent my myi iin usa n to I Ione
one of the I Ia
h steamship stemip laundries launrs when I I
was a younger yonger man Dn bat one O day dy I vie visitedthe visited j I
the te laundry laur and aa saw sw my stuff su going goingthrough geDg goingthrough i 1
through trugh a washing wulg machine mhD with wt stuff stut stufffrees
from fr tramp mp steamers stemr and ad alt a sorts ss of j I IP
t twaer
places P e The Te linen lnea was w wrung wrDS out ot of o dirty dity dirtywater 1
water waer Dot Dt rinsed rM aad a dried d in e dry dr heat ht hootwithout
without wItot ventilation ventlatl and aD fresh freh Jr ir I start started sart sarte startad I
ed e home and ad ran r most mOt of o the te way y be because b because
cause Cuse I was wa I ill in inthings suh such a hurr hurry to cas change I
things ting Eve Evegood Ever sie since Ive Ive h had my IauDry laundry laundrywork I Iwork
work done in my O own plvte private p pluce wit with withg5 I
good go rinsing and aD drying dBS la air 3 and SOT SOTand sanarid
and an I dont dt get any ay more m soursmelling soursmellingtowels ssmeUDg ssmeUDgtowel soursmehitnitoweLs S1 1
towels towel and sneets set and a napkins napkinsOh npklu napksssOh
Oh you learn ler lots los of o things thing In tbe tbecoarse tI I Icourse I
coarse cor e of o forty foty years yer hotel hoel w work ork rk Forty Fortyyears Fo Fontsyears
years year from frm now these the swell sWEl hotels he if they theyarent the ihr ihrarent 1 1ant
arent ant dead dead will wi be run rn differently diferetly Mark Marlmy Iark 1
my words wors The best bst grade gd of o people ppe are aregetting ar art C Cgetting I Igetln
getting getln tired tre already alrady of paying big bg prices pricesfor rcs 5 I Itor
for mere show shoW and an the quiet qtet dignified dignifiedhouses dtife 1 1houses I Ihoue
houses houe even when wbe their ter prices prces are as a high highar
are ar getltng gltg the bulk of the te most ot desirable desirablepatronage deirble deirbleptrnage dosirab a apatronage
patronage ptrnage The Te first frt slep in i American merca mercasoial a asocial
social soial progress prgss has h been en money The Te next nextstep net net5tep nez t tstep
step will w1 be b exclusiveness eclusivees and nd quiet ele elegance olegance ¬ i
gance gnee Hotels will wi follow olow the te evolution evolutionNew evoluton eyoluEonNew
New Ne York Sun SunTTHE Sun SunT SunSDTTAN
Abdonl bdoul HnmtdK Jnnalds Skill In Ia Playing PJuyln the theFfltno thePfno tb a aPiano
Piano FfltnoFrom PfnoFruD PianoFarm
From FruD the Uc San n Francisco Frnc Bulletin CnHttlnA Dut Bulletinfact
A fact not generally gen1rl known Is that tt the theSultan tb e eSulan a aSultan
Sultan Sulan of Turkey Trkey Is I very ver fond fon of music musicand musc mush mushand I
and ad plays pl6Y the te piano pi with wit more tha than ordi ordinary or ordinar3
nary nr amateur taste tte and dexterity deterty In en enCrglng
couraging Crglng music muic he Is only onl following folowing the theexample theexmple tb e eexample
example exmple of o his predecessors pree or however howeverDet
Death Det has h just robbed robbe Constantinople Constntnople of ofa o oa f
a musician musicia who wh at one tiMe tte was a the lead le leading
ing spirit in Turkish musical music affairs atir GenI Gen
anal I GuatelilPacha who only held hi his mill milltary mU mUtar milltary
tary tar title tte by virtue of the te fact that be lc was wa S Sbandmaster
bandmaster bndmater in I chief cie to t the theSultn Sultan In 1S48 lSS lSSthe itS S Sthe
the general geer an Italian Itin Itaiiar by birth bir stepped steppe 3 3into
into te the posion position a as te the sccesor successor to Gu Guseppe Giu
seppe Dnizett Donizetti brter brother o of te the compose r rof
compser compserof
of Lucia etc ete In addition addion to directing directingthe dirtng dirtngthe directin g gthe
the musical affairs of o the Tukish
muicl afrs te Tklh army armyDonizetti ary aryDnlzett armyDonizettl
Donizetti Dnlzett had hd also had h the temuic musical educa educatlon euc educstion
tlon ton of o the then te Su1tns Sultans sons so under tdcr his hisespecial hi hi 3 3especial
especial espcal care cre Among these twe youths yt was wa S SAbdoul
Abdoul Aboul Hamid the te present pres < nt Sultan Sult who not notonly nntonly no it itonly
only plays himself hlmse but has also aso seen to It Itthat Itttat I It Itthat
that his numerous numeru children chidren have had a agood agod agood
good god musical musicl education eucta 0 Guatelli Gutel Pacha is isproud i I La Laproud
proud to be almost almos as great grt i a favorite favorie at atthe r It Itthe I Ithe
the Turkish Turkis court as a Donizetti had been beenand bn i iand I Iand
and he was a an especial favorite tavorte of the theSultan th thSultan
Sultan Sult Abdoul Aboul Aziz Azz whose rhoe unhappy fate is isnow I I k know
now a matter mater of history histor historywas
It I was w because beCuse of o thIs t1ls friendship trendsblp with withAbdoul wit wit h hAbdoul
Abdoul Abul Aziz that tt the te present pret Sultan Sultn when whenhe whpt who 0 0he
he ascended aende the te throne trone never made me a fa favorite farecite
recite vrte of o Guatelli GUtel Pacha pac h but he permitted permittedhim peritt p rmitte rmittehim
him to keep k p his rank rk and his high salary salaryand salar sala r rand
and only gave gve him a temporary teprr substitute substitutein snbslute snbsluteIn e ein
in the person pern of Aranda Arnda Pacha Paca a Spanish Spanishmusician Spanishmusican h hmusician
musician musican who Is i a great grat favorite favoie with wit the te terent us e epresent
present rent Sultan Sultn Guatelli GuateU Pacha P3ch was wa a very verykindhearted yen er 7 7kIndhearted I
kindhearted kindherted man and in the te days day of his hispower hi is ispower I
power always gave gve a warm wr welcome welcme to mu muslclans musicians 0 0siclans
slclans on tour who visited visied Constantinople ConstantinopleHost Consttnople C CMost
Host ost artists at who played plye before bror the te late lateSultl hat e eSultan
Sultan Sultl owed their teir Introduction intncton to the gc ge r rnial
nial Italian Iaian and they tey were generally generly dub dubgrateful duly dulygrateful dulygetul
grateful getul for it I is a a custom at t the te Turkish Trksh Trkshcourt Turkis Turkiscourt
court to givo a virtuoso irtuoo a substantial subtnUalsum subtnUalsumfor sum ant a afor
for a court cur concert in addition additon to some someglittering sme smegltcrlng soov 0 0gllttcnlng
glittering gltcrlng decoration decrt9n Guatel Guatelli Pacha Pach was waseightyfour wa wr 13 13eIghtyfour
eightyfour years ye of age a e when he died de the theotb U se seother
other otb r day day9L aayL dayto
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j Aix Ai i x or other oitr tpring Pf as testified tatie to by b the te leading leadingmen ladc ladcn leadingen
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Washington WashingtonSee qhngD eshingtoeSte
See S New Y Yek York rk Journal Jel April p 23 it 1903 1903Female 19 1900Female
Female Femle assistant asstn and a masseuse fee f lady l y patients patientsOffice ptent paticritsOffice
Office Ofc hears hor 9 a a m m to t S p P m m Sunday Sy 10 10AUCT10S 1 30rnto2pin
amtpm a rnto2pin I it itAECTION
S S U I IL LUST LU Auctioneer Aucen AucenPUUC AuctioneerUBLIC T TPUBLIC
The Te undersigned a e special s ccmmitsierxra cmenr of sale saleappoteted s soleppointed
appoteted appt a by I the t Circuit Ort Court Or of Alexandria AlexandriaCounty AISXSDdXIIounty eUy eUyCntY
CntY C County ounty Virgin irD wilt wl offer ofrr for fe sole at public pubMcauction pW publicurtien
auction aUtien a on the O premises pmi on TUESDAY T Y THE TlE SffTU SffTUJ 2 2flIAY
J DAY D > AY OF JfXE MOO AT 530 30 P I JL Y all that thattract thatact
Dtr JlXE J al tt ttmcl
tract tr act of G land 1D containing 1 about twenty acres a of ofwhkt elwhL ofhieb
whL w whkt hieb the tie late lte Richard Ri Norm or died de seized 5 and andpts an andessasoed
p pts essasoed a E d situated itutr en the t main m road rd leading leadingfrom 1 1fre leaIvgom
from fre fr om Georgetown ret to t Falls I1 Church C near n Winders WindersCTOGJ Wrda Wondersross
G CTOGJ ross 0 Reads Rod and about at two arid onehalf enk miles milesfrom mUr milesons
from frm Ir ons WadringtoB W in Washington Wason District Dtrc of ofAlexandria ofiezandni f fI
Alexandria t I iezandni County Cnt Va a awl n bounded n an e the t couth couthby atth atthy t
by b y said s county ety rood r on o the t vest by b Shenier Shenieren Srre Sharniars Sharniarsn >
en e n the north br b CttsncVc and Boeder and en enthe onhe
t D Qs Deer a
the t he east et by I Dr J 3 Tabor r Johnsons Jons and Weavers WeaversIad Weva Wevala Weaversnd
Iad la nd
IadTWs ndThis
This 1 land lan u i improved Ur by a new sixream slm dwell de dwellsg < JtreHIB
IB fg i sg tenement tent house h OBtbrikHoys 11 fruit frt ef all allkinds allki allinds
ki k kt kinds inds eta ete Ij le very desirable drle let email eH fruit fruittruck frt frUitrade
truck t t or e poultry plr farm f farm er would uel subdivide 1re to toadvantage t tOdvantage
aBe a advantage WitWa Wi e one mile e of the th W X A A and andF a andC
F C Electric E r Railway lihuy and threeeighths t Jt of a amile amle aile
mile mle m ile of proposed electric lrc railway railwayTerms rhry rhryTrr railwayTames
Terms Trr of o sale Onethird Oetr cash balance b ia I three threeequal t threequal
equal el e payrc pynta payments nt at cIa ix twelve tdTe and a eighteen eighteenmonths 8h eighteenouths D Dmnt1
months ouths irfth interest at t the t rate of a cent
i mnt1 m U it nt per p fn per peranseia pr prUB persnum
ma anseia UB a audi an paid pW or o all al cash e at the te option optionpurchaser 0 oImi sf sficheser f
1 purchaser icheser 1 Title U t t to 1 I be retained rine wXH a a a aN of ofpurchase 1 1pbe fpurchase
purchase pbe money i i is paid pi AH 111 1 coDvtftaeitt C In Inctenff i inle
ctenff c le ng rewnoe stamps at cos cosA rest of pmcbser pmcbserA
A depecit t SlOt 100 repaired at tMM f fama of sale saleTerm
T Term ama t be cooptkd with within twenty days daysof Iiysf
o of f da tisy of eu sale saleFor seheFor
For MI pseticuims J rricul i roil er address addressA d4recsA
me a F St Washington D a aJelJt C Cje23dc
JelJt m s Special Omnristirmfrs of Sale SaleTHOMAS SaleTIIOSLtS
THOMAS bOWLING Sc CO Auctioneers AuctioneersSALE LoetionsersALE
hhy virtee of a deed in trust and the asthenlty asthenltyherein
t herein given res to us from Asa lull and othba otbesated
d ated February 17 and recorded OB o the tafolio ta they
d dd ey at Jene ilSi in Liter nias folio 197 et seq seqne
o ne OC tkt land records of the District et ojthe Gafcns GafcnsUa
Ua h the uaderafBed win sell at pvUte wst wsto auction auctionto
to t o the highest bidder ia front of the premUes premUeson peeno1An
on o n MONDAY JUNE IS woo at 3 OCLOCK R RM
M 3 1 the feUo i = sd seribed valuable pieee of real realestate realestate
estate situate 55t OB the east tide of Twelfth Street Streetwest Stzrrtwest
west between X and O Streets north ia the theAH thesty
c sty Of eshengtcn District of Coisj yf yfth1
AH that part or parcel of lot numbered six S is issquare Inquare
s square numbered nuinbert three hundred and thirteen 503ontained S13 S13contained
contained c within the foUowic foliostag metes ansi bounds boundsBizinninc iooaij iooaijBsinnire
Bizinninc for the same at a poInt oa TweUti TweUtiStreet lft lfttrati
Street S trati west forty t 40 tttt sooth from the t twest aorta aortawest
west erner nMr or saM lot thence running east nisti nistityttve nir niryffve
tyttve t 55 Jret the fall depth of said kj tot thence theacerannuyt thencemania
mania rannuyt north twenty 20 feet thence ransiES ransiESwei moon moonwee
wei wee ninetyare < 15 feat t to th the line of said saidTwelfth 5fi 5fiTwelith
Twelfth Ptrtet treet sad d thence runnIng south by tie tieline tinine
line l ine of said Twelft Street twenty Si feet f fhe tii tiithe
the t he place of beciuals containing one thousand thousandnine tha d dzinc
nine hundred hud iIP are feet feetTerms feetTerms
Terms of fle Onethird of the purchase price pricev
i n 0351i 5d the v balance in T two equal irataH irataHeve mrata mratameats
meats payable at six and twelve eve xa meanke atk3 with 9 9the car
p ar cent lntcxet to be geared by d e trort on onthe
the premises i ithe sold or alt cash at the optian of ofhe
the t he pw psreheEr fcifer AH convevaociop recordte rrcee and andreveaoe e eevenue
reveaoe r stamps t to be at she he purchaser eoii eoiiThe eeocThe
The terms of tle inset be complied with irh within withinftees wItbl wItblftcen
ff ftees days otherwise the t property wffl be ti resold resoldat resoldt
at a t Ue risk rla and cost erf the dcbultirc purchaser purchaserCLIFTOX purchasesCLIFTON
48 454 Lovfana Avenue AvenueJiASOX AvemeMASON
MASON X RICHARDSOX Traitee Traiteeje Trmteejttdi13
je jttdi13 d SI 315 D Street northwest northwestThe nacethovestThe
The above ask is postpoaed nutS THURSDAY THURSDAYJUXK TBURSDATNM
JUXK J NM JS 19 1501 > same hour and place By lt order of f fhe
the t he trustees jel i1dtm i1dtmTRUSTEES Ofatm OfatmTRUSTEES
By Byvirt5eotadeOdOttTttMM5Y23Sl Byvirt5eotadeOdOttTttMM5Y23Sland virtue of a deed of trust dated May 9 MH MHasrf
and recorded in Liter 1S lZIO Mi St of ofmeeoidr < the ftud ftudw
meeoidr of the Dielsiet it Cehsmbia w we wilt ier ieroe otfer
for f oe fsJe M public sc avctiea IB frost of the yfnaiatE yfnaiatEoa psoomeeon
P IL the ioBowiacdtterfted real estate in tikiCo the theCesety
Co Cesety Bty ot Washington Washingtonwit pistnict = of Cte4smta ta tasOt
wit sOtMi Mi of hot tweatoee fi in Gales E Grns Grnseebtlviioe
eebtlviioe 01 part of Glrr hIrra PsalMs as re rer mecedd
cedd is Book Cosaty r No C pace 50 ia the theot theSsrreyora
Ssrreyora eoe ot the District of 5 OsteaAto iomb iombm
The m jtrepertr wT wTat will be sOd mb4ec to a prier priereaceesbasace
eaceesbasace amositisiz to 100 100Terms
Terms Of als OsthaF of the perehase meriey
55 cash and the babace in one year r aft aftat
at th the preha pswheetss ers option The deferred efted jayraeut jayraeuttevy psyeatSt
St aer ts b eatseatod by the peeaoeaa rn rnheecy
tevy note dated OB the day y ot sale MM secured securedby semisdhr
by hr deed of trust OB the property told awl bearing bearingiatereet beaik beaikatereet
iatereet at the rare of C per cent per anwan anwanAll an antIt
All tIt co cosvtyeacieg v yajci s KTeaoe stamps and recording recordingthe reen reenat
at the COSt of the purchaser purchaserMt
A depesit 1 ll Mt will be required at the sate sateot sskTerms
Terms of sek to be copitad with nitn ten tendoys
doys In e ot default the trustees reserve tie tieI thenigot
nigot to raeH I the property at the ri i a net netof testCf
of the deaitie purchaser alter five days a4r steer steertisement r rtlsemcst
jelaS je13ddetzSu exSu Tryouts TryoutsThOMAS
By virtue af a decree of the Supreme Cenrtof Cenrtofthe Cetertofthe
the District ot Coturabia passed In Equity cause causeNo tameNo
No p327 327 the undersigned trustees wiU offer offerfer offertsr
fer sale at public auction IB front rant of the prim prtmIses primbee
AT HALF PAST FOUR OCLOCK P M the th thand laad
and premises situate in the District ef Columbia Columbiadescribed Cornblzdescribed
described as arid being heirs let numbered ST In Ed Edward
ward Caverlys Suhdivisicn It 1 block numbered nmbertdo
30 o in a tract of land known cs Long Mend
COTS and alee iii part of lot numbered 46 in W EL lbClaggette
Claggctfs Sabdivtrforr in Mock SO in said Lacff
Meadows brine 39 by 00 feet mere or ICES l > to toNo y ygather
gather with the impeoyeeut thereon known as asNo
No 08 Kth st ne end with the use of 1 a 1 1foot tO tOfoot
foot alley in the rear of said premises premisesTerms
Terms of sale as prescribed by the decree One Onethird Oneat
third of the purchase money to be paid ia cash cashand cashand
and the balance in ret equal installment pay payable
able a one and two years with interest at C per percant
cent per annum payable semfaanaally tram day y yof
of rale for which the notes ot the purchaser to be begiven begiven
given secured by ay first et deed of trust in a arafMriy prrysold
soW or all cask at the option ef th the pareaater pareaaterA pena erer ererdegesit
A deposit 01 MO W it time of tale AH caoTtr eteveyearing
anting recording stamps and notarial fees at atcot
cost cot of purchaser Terms et sale to be complied compliedtrith compliedwith
with within tn 6 t113S ys from date of sate If the thoterras thetenus
terras of sale or nor complied with in ten days daysfrom avs avsfrom
from date of sale the trustees reserve the right rightto mightat
to resell at the risk and cost of default defaulting icg purchaser pun punJAMES ¬
chaser chaserJAMES
Je6 jcfdkdeem < Jia en
PROPOSALS for forauhiag castiran water ptpe ptpeOfSce pipe pipeof
OfSce of the Conu Cemseiuieeers ifiefcerf D C C WatMBC WatMBCton Waeblstea
ton D C June IS 1980 1900Sealed Sealed anymb anymbwill propeedawill
will be received at this office until 12 OCLOCK OCLOCKM
M at JUEY 1900 toe ftttsisaing ten tsKMtad tsKMtadHn thessoedUn
Hn ft ef 12 l inch fit five thousand Ifs R 4 iaeti iaetiand is isarid
and three thousand his tt IL of 3 inch cattiraa cattiraawater castlemwst
water wst t pipe SperMcatioM and blank f fri rs of ofB ofproposals
proposals mey 1 obtainid at this elite OiENRY OiENRYp
IL BEACH CoMuastofters D C C jeMt jeii4towti jeii4towtiIEPOT stSu stSuDEPOT
INGTON D C MAY IS 1B09 iQOPtaled Sealed tee praposals teeposak
posals will be received here until 2 P M IL JUNE JUNEIS JuNEis
IS 1000 for handling storing atonD haulinp or trans transporting KantportIng ¬
porting public properly between Waskiagten D Dending BC
C and neighboring points during fiscal ytor ytorending
ending June 3D 190L United SI SIto States resennt right rightto
to accept or reject any Or all propowi ar any anypart nayjoart
part thereof Information tarnished on applies application appliestiers ¬
tiers Envelopes cantaiaia containing proposal ffcead < bc bcmarked b bmarked
marked Proposals for Drayage addressed T 11 11ItE H HTRUE
TRUE ItE T M IL mylS192122J mylSI92ie1515 mylSI92ie1515W 151S 151SW
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