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Due to Good Fortune as asWell asWell
Well as Good Man Management lVangement Management ¬
agement agementREPORT agementREPORT gemento gementREPORT
Asks for a Larger Force and Says That ThatDepartment ThatDepartment ThatDepartment
Department Would Be Practically PracticallyHelpless Practical1yHelpless PracticallyEelpless
Helpless With Two Big Conflagra Conflagrations ConflagrationsOther ConflgrathusOther ¬
tions tionsOther Other Recommendations RecommendationsMr
Mr R W Dutton Du ton Chief Engineer of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Fire Fjre1 Department partmcnt today t day submltted submlttedto
to the thftDistricv Distr District ct Commissioners Sis is re report report report ¬
port of o otbeoperatIonso the operations perationsor of the the2departme the2departmeduring departn departmeHt departmeHtduring eBt eBtduring
during the th fiscal year ended June Jun 3 3last 3Inst 34 34ast
last ast The Thereport report ePort deals deals with with the number numberof numherof numberof
of alarms answered 771 in n all being beingan beingan beingan
an increase of 61 over the previous year yearFortyfive yearFortyfive yearFortyfive
Fortyfive of the alarms were false or
37 less than during the the previous year yearThe yearThe yearThe
The total fire loss was S13454 1Jt 04 or an anaverage anllversge annverage
average of X1S526
Chief ChiofDutton Datton introduces a statement statementshowing statementsbowIg
showing that the fire loss for the fiscal fiscalyear fiscalyear fiseniyear
year year Tsa considerably considera ly l less tbaa forany foranylike for any anylike anylike
like 3 nthEince > > > eSod erl11 since nce 1S91 1S91He lS9LHe ISSLHe
He also a aohow oshoW shows that 245 24 alarms a1ar alari ris s Were Werereceived wererecelywbetw norereceIyedbetweiihe
received recelywbetw receIyedbetweiihe between1 Ii the hours h urs of noon and
6 oclock in the evening evening 239 between betweenthat betweenthat
that hour hou and nd midnight 77 between mid midnight midnight midnight ¬
night and S oclock a m and 100 100that between betweenthat
that hour and noon The smallest smaIl est num numher number
her of alarms was received r eived in i the month monthof monthof monthof
of September September3and 33 and the largest num numTser ninaber
Tser in thenionth the month of ofXoember93 November November9aThe 93 93The
The report repe rt refers to the the1nstallatlon the1nstallatlonof Installation Installationof in stal1ation
of chemical c emical engine company No No4 4 in inBrooklftnd in13rooklrntL inBrooUnnd
Brooklftnd in lhemonth the month of January and andstates an andstates
states that the present p sen strength slr nglh of the thedepartment tedeParHnent thedepartaleat
department Is Is s 24 4 companies c companies m e or 14 14steam 14steam
steam engine eJlg enginecqmpanIes ne companies Si 5 f ttuck t ck and andfour andfour
four chrmical companies It is stated statedduring statedduring statedduring
during the 1e e year by the thepurchasc purchase of sev sevr se seeral several
r era eral appliances Including lifenets Iii nets light lighter Iig1 lighter t ter
er chemical extinguishers and other ap appliances appliances appliancea ¬
pliances as a far as the appropriation for forthe forthe forthe
the purpose purpose would admit admitTwentyfive admitTwentyfive admitTwentyfive
Twentyfive horses were condemaed condemaedduring condemBedduring eondemaedduring
during the year or 14 less les than during duringthe duringthe duringthe
the previous year ear Three were killed by byaccident bvaccIdent byaccident
accident Fortythree Fortythree new animals were werepurchased were werepurchased werepurchased
purchased for the department at an av average avoerage average ¬
erage of 3250 2 2a0 O a head headChief headChie headChief
Chief Dutton says that t at the health of ofthe1 ofthE ofthd
thE men has been better betterdurlng during the year yearthe yearthe yearthe
the surgeons stlrgeonsh having ing njade qade42I ade42ls 42 Jess s house housevisits hoUseVisits housevisits
visits and nd having attended attendedto I to 60 60visitors Jess Jessvisitors fess fessvisitors
visitors at their offices There irere irereseveral w were wereeeeral re reseveral
several cases of seriousillness but none noneresulted J iione iioneresulted one oneresulted
resulted fatally fatallyThirtyeight lataIlyThirtyeight fatallyThirtyeight
Thirtyeight persons were placed on onth onthe n nthe
the th pension roll entailing a monthly
payment of 1245 l24oChanges 1245Changes 1245Changes
Changes In the department involved involvedthe involedthe involvedthe
the appointment of a Third Assistant AssistantChief AssistantCilie AssistantChief
Chief Engineer one foreman two twodrivers twodrivers twodrivers
drivers eight privates sixteen watch watchmen watchIDen watchmen ¬
men and a laborer twentynine in all allTen allTen altTen
Ten members resigned eleven were re removed removed renioved ¬
moved and six retired and as their theirplaces theirplaces theirplaces
places were filled there were fiftysix fiftysixappointments 1Utystxappointments fiftysixappointments
appointments during the year yearAfter yearAfter yearAfter
After discussing several subjects in including IBeluding taeluding ¬
eluding the annual parade the flag ag com company companj cornpany ¬
pany and the frequency of fires from the theuse th th11se theuse
use of gasolene Chief Dutton has this thisto thisto
to to say about the weakness weakn ss of the de department department department ¬
partment partmentAttention partmentAttention partmentAttentlon
Attention is respectfully invited to tothe o othe othe
the annual annual report of the senior Assist Assistant Assistant Assisti ¬
i ant Chief of the thedepartment department in which whichie whichbe wbehlie
ie refers to the weakness of the fire firefighting firefighting firefighting
fighting force As he well says sa It would wouldte wouldbe wouldbe
be practically pra tlcally impossible for the departP depart departonent departenent
P anent to successfully subcessrull Cgfit gJ ght t two t wo oiirge large fifes fifesat fit firesat s sat
at one oneIine tIme The The lt 1ac fact therefore thereiore that thatthe thatthe at atthe
the loss during the past p st year year was the thesmallest t tsmaIl thesmalitat
smallest smaIl est for twelve tW he years was die d due e not notalone notalone notalone
alone to the strength of the department departmentor de rtment rtmentor
or its unquestioned efficiency but more moreto morew moreto
to good fortune for it cannot be de denied deDied deailed ¬
Died that there are many buildings bulJdingshere bulJdingsherethe here herethe herethe
the destruction of which It would ce cepractically cepractically cepractically
practically impossible to prevent should shoulda
a fire in them get well started before beforebeing beforebeing beforebeing
being discovered dhiC lveroo or should the fire oc occur occur occur ¬
cur during the prevalence of a high wind windShould windShould windShould
Should one of these buildings take takefire take1ire takefire
fire while the department is engaged at a alarge alargenre alarge
large largenre fire or while it is divided Tjp be between betweCD between ¬
tween several small ones nes net only onlywould onlywould onlywould
would the structure be destroyed d troyed but butjits but1tsdcstni buttits
tits 1tsdcstni destruct1oniouId destrutctiohvould io 1 uld entaUjtha I1U lthe loss of ofmanj ormany ofmany
many others before the fire cpuld be bestopped bestopped bestopped
stopped Therefore the senior Assist Assistant A Assistant lst lstant
ant Chief Engineers recommendation recommendationrthat recommendationthat recommendatIoathat
rthat that the firefighting force be materially materiallystrengthened tpateriaJIystrengthened materiallystrengthened
strengthened meets the approval of the thef thedepartment
f department departmentTc departmentThe
Tc The report refers to the inspection of ofbuildings ofbundlngs ofbuildings
buildings of a semipublic character characterdurinp characterduring characterdurlng
during the t e year resulting in the addi addii adrlitioD additioa
i lion of numerous fireescapes and in inotherwise inotherwise inotherwise
otherwise making large buildings safer saferfThe saferrThe saferrTbe
fThe report refers r fers to the carelessness carelessnessand caelessnesoand casalessnesand
and neglect of people intrusted intru ted with withthe withthe withthe
the care C le of buildings buildingsFires b bUildingsFires ildlngs ildlngsFlresar
Fires Flresar are frequently fr qu tIycused caused by chil children cbl1ren children
dren ren pl playing ylng with matches by bysmokers bysmokerscropptng smokers smokersj smokersCropping
j cropping lighted matches and burning burningcigar burnin burnindgar burningcigar
cigar and cigarette stumps by over overfleated overIbeated
fleated stoves and furnaces and by nu numerous numeroug ¬
merous similar cauee Chle Dutton Duttonfcays DuttollbaYs Dutto9says
baYs the pUblic should be more careful carefulalong carelulalong carefulalong
along these Hne lines and that such care carewould careWould carewould
would resujt In fewer fires and In less lessloss efiS efiS105S essloss
loss of 0 property and life He intimates intimatesjthat Intimatesthat Intimatesthat
jthat that the taxpayers owe It to themselves themselvesto
to exercise intelligent c care re as well as asto asto asto
to support a large and efficient fire de department dejartment department ¬
partment partmentChief jartmentChie partmentChief
Chief Dutton repeat his former rec reccmmendation recGmmendat10n seeemmendat
cmmendation emmendat iou for the high pressure wa water Wllter watsr ¬
ter service fce for the uae of th the depart department department departmeat ¬
ment in the business section s tlO11 of the thecity thelty thecity
city lty He makes a plea p18 for shorter shorterhour shorterhours shorterhours
hours hour of service seryce for the men of the de departm dfpartm dcpartmnL
partm partmnL nt t and and for better salaries salariesChief salariesChlet salariesChief
Chief Datton calls the attention of ofihe ofthe ofthe
the Commissioners to the improvements improvementsinaugurated ImprovementsInaug improvementsInaugarated
inaugurated Inaug rat in the matter of making makingthe makingthe makingthe
the ofilce records of the department departmentready departmentread departmentready
ready read for reference and closes his re report report report ¬
port as follows followsThe tollowsT followsThe
The T e department takes great pleas pleasure pleasure pleastire ¬
ure In stating that from its officers and andmen an1men andmen
men it received at all times during the thepast th thpast thpast
past year ready and hearty support supportrnd supportrnd supportcml
rnd to their support and efflcicacy the thecommunity thecom thecommunIt
community com unlt Is in no small measure in indebted indebted indebtod ¬
debted far f r the thecomparatively comparatively small lose losesuffered losesutrered losssuffered
suffered by fire during the year Just Justclosed JustcI05ed justclosed
closed This debt of the community is isespecially isespeclaIIy isespecially
especially due du to to the firefighting head headof headof bealof
of the department Senior enlor Assistant AssistantChief AulstantChief AssistantChief
Chief Engineer William T Belt a man manof manof manof
of progre progresIm 6iYfc IYt ideas and one whose whoseabilities wbocabm whoseabilities
abilities abm ies and success f > Ucce s as a firefighter firefighteriave treftghterlave refighteriave
iave given him much more than a mere merelocal mereJccal merelocal
local reputation reputationAll reputationAll or orAn
All one width Flooring 145 145per 145p 145per
per p < < MO 14 OG sq ft at 8th and Sew Tork ave avetor nw nwPh awUk
Ph Uk East 1 f 241 71 12 quart bottb of tbll thsI
oIle I
Walhirgtou Brewing BrewinlfoiJf BrewingI
foiJf I i R er Cos f famous Golden di Rep Beer Beerfar
far L DeliTertd in unlettered
Services at Late Residence and Inter Interment Interment Intermeat ¬
ment in Rock Creek Cemetery CemeteryThe CemeteryThe cemeteryThe
The funeral of Michael H Kearney Kearneywas KearneJwas Kearneywas
was held from his late residence 60 60Xew 60Xew 60New
Xew York Avenue northwest at atoclock 3 3oclock 3oclock
oclock yesterday afternoon The funer funeral funeral funeral ¬
al was In charge of the various Masonic Masoniclodges Masoniclodges Masoniclodges
lodges of this city and Hyattsville Rev RevC RevC RevC
C J JS J S Mayo pastor of Pinlcncy Pin1 tey Me Memorial Memortal Ie Iemorial ¬
morial Church of Hyattsville Hyatt vil1e offici officiated officiI ofilciated ¬
I ated Interment was made in Rock RockCreeek RockI RockCreeek
Creeek Cemetery CemeteryMr CemeteryMr CemeteryMr
I Mr Kearney was an employe em loyc of theBureau the theBureau theBureau
Bureau of Engraving and Printing Printlngand Printlnganda and anda anda
a member of Plate Printers Union No o
2 Director William Meredith of ofthe ofthebureau the thebureau thebureau
bureau together with a large number numberof
of the officers and employes and nearly nearlyall nearlyill
all the members of Plate Printers PrintersUnion PrintersI PrlntersUnIon
Union attended the funeral funeralThe funeraLThe funeralThe
The pallbearers were Messrs J 1 B BIreland BI BIreland
Ireland Joseph Crampton Jarvis B BMoulden Bulden B3ulden
I Moulden ulden Charles Long Dr J 1 A Mc MeMillan McMillan McMlllan
Millan and M F Hobbs
Police Polic Investigating Case ofan of ofan ofan
an Unknown Un novn White Man ManThe ManThe ManThe
The police surgeons this morning morningmade morningmade morningmade
made an exhaustive examination Into Intothe intothe intothe
the mental condition of an unknown unknownwhite unknownwhite unnownwhite
white man apparently thirtyseven thirtysevenyears thlrtyseenyears thirtysevenyears
years of age who was found foUnd wandering wanderingon
on M Street between Third T i fd and an n Fourth FourthStreets Fourth FourthStreets FourthStreets
Streets southeast about 11 oclock last lastnight thatnight a anlght
night in a demented demen ed condition conaitionbi by Bi Bicycle Bicycle Bicycle ¬
cycle Policeman Dennis J 1 Cullinane CullinaneTJpon CulUnaneUpon CullinaneUpon
Upon completing their examination they theyannounced theyannounced theyannounced
announced that the man was mentally mentallyderanged mentallyderanged mentallyderanged
deranged derangedThe i iThe
I The police are also endeavoring to find findout findGutsometbing findout
out Gutsometbing something about the unknown unknown He Hedoes H2does Hedoes
does not know his name name age or r place placeof placeof placeof
of residence In fact everything e > erythlng Is a ablank ablank ablank
blank to him except that he remem rememhers remembers rememhers
hers having halngmet met a policeman The Thecase Thecaseis case caseis caseIs
is a decidedly curious one and the po pollce police
I lice are doing their b bestfo beet t o find his rel relatives id idatlves lelatIes ¬
atives atIesIn atlvesIn j H HIn
In the meantime he liewilt will be sent id t St StElizabeths StEl1zabeths StElizabeths
Elizabeths Insane Asylum pending a atrial atrial atrial
At the request requ zt of Dr D W Phillips Phillipssecretary PhlUipssecretary Phillipssecretary
secretary to the Anatomical Board of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the District of Columbia Dr William WilliamTindall WilliamTindall WilliamTindall
Tindall secretary to the Board of Com Commissioners Commissioners Cornmissioners ¬
missioners has submitted a statement to tothe tothe tothe
the effect that the Columbian University Universityis
is the only institution that has given giventhe giwmthe giventhe
the bond required by section 4 of the act actfor acttor actfor
for promoting promo ing anatomical science scienceSamuel scienceSamuel scienceSamuel
Samuel Einstein the Poundmastcr r is isengage isengagti Isengagel
engage engagti at present in taking up the dogs dogsof dogsi dogsof
i of people who have tired of paying li license HI licease ¬
I cense fees for their pets and prefer to todispose toI todispose
dispose of the dogs by having them themtaken themtaken themtaken
I taken to the pound than to kill them themEvery themEery themEvery
Every year several seernl seve il hundred dogs are aretaken aritaken aretaken
taken up in this way in the months of ofJuly ofJuly ofJuly
July and August Mr Einstein reports reportsi rportzthat i ithat
i that stray dogs are much fe fever e er e than thanthey thanthey I Ithey
they were three or four years cars ago at a He Hethinks Hethinks i ithinks
thinks the District is now pretty well wellcleared wellcleared i icleared
cleared of tramp dogs dogsMr dogsMr dogsMr
Mr Trueman Lanham Superintendent Superintendentof
of Parking and a d the forces under him himare himare himare
are waging war upon the caterpillars caterpillarsand caterpillarsand
and the other insects that infest the theshade thesl1adc theshade
shade trees of the city The entire city cityhas cityhas cityhas
has been gone over once by the field fieldmen fieldmen fieldmen
men who have cut off the nests of the thecaterpillars thecatcrpiJIars thecaterpillars
caterpillars and carted them away to the thecity thecity thecity
city dumps Mr Ir Lanham is now on the theI thesecond thesecond
I second round among the trees gathering gatheringin
in the late broods
i Washington Men Return From Fro Six SixDays Si SiDays SixDay
Days Day River Trip TripThe TripI TripThe
The trip of Messrs Frank Gordon and andH andH andH
I H S Whiting of this city from Cum Cumberland Cu Cuberland n nberland ¬
berland Md id to Washington in a can canvas canIvas canvas ¬
Ivas vas canoe during the past week was wasone wasone wasone
one of interest and nd excitement Carry Carrying Carrying Carrylug ¬
ing luggage weighing 185 pounds p mnds they theymade theymade theymade
made the trIp of 150 mile down the theCastleman theCastleman theCastlernan
Castleman and Potomac Rivers in sis sisdays sixdays ix ixdays
days and stopped stoPi > ed at all the th towns on onroute curoute on onroute
route Not an accident occurred to mar marthe marthe rnarthe
the pleasure of the trip but at times timesthey t1mesthey tImesthey
they were werecompellcd compelled to rough it and andwhen andwhen andwhen
when they could not make a town by bynight bynight bynight
night camped on the river bank bankAll bal balAll banlAll
All along the route the scenery is ispicturesque ispicturesqce ispicturesque
picturesque and while at some places placesthey placesthey placesthey
they would be compelled to carry their theircanoe theircanoe theircanoe
canoe owing to the absence of waters watersat watersat watersat
at others they would be carried along Jn Jna n na na
a whirl They came successfully through throughthe throughthe throughthe
the Bull Ring Rapids at Harpers Ferry Ferryand Ferryand Ferryand
and they are the only ones who have havecome havecome havecome
come through this dangerous point pointwhere pointwhere pointwhere
where the waters of the Potomac and andShenandoah andShenandoah andShenandoah
Shenandoah meet this year v > ar without withoutupsetting withoutupsetting withoutupsetting
upsetting and as a result lZiy cijr are quite quiteproud quiteproud quiteproud
proud of their i1Q adhieveiaent adhieveiaentThe adieverienLThe ieve Jent JentThe
The YQung m menare n < 5are e50 so well pleased pleasedwith pleasedwith pleasedwith
with their novel trip that they are al already already already ¬
ready planning another antberand and a iongcione iongci iong longexone 1 1aile
1 1y
y f1 1 ljjj i Evei1 Evcilizlg ngit 3t 5 oClOCK oClockSaturdays Sal1ir ays NineHoLth Nine RilleHouse
House HoLth Decorations DecorationsAre ObOF3llb ObOF3llbArendor
Are Arendor ArendorFor in Order OrderFor
For the Grand Army visitors In case Its too early make your selection selectionat
at these theseprices prices and well deliver them at the proper time
150 pairs of very ery fine Mercerized MercerizedHangings MercerizedHangings MercerizedHangings
Hangings in plain colors of red redgreen redgreen redgreen
green rose and blue bluer embossed pat patterns patterns patterns ¬
terns finished with silk silkcord T p < j j jcord Icard
cord extra good value at atH atIe atie 5 2 J
H Ie per pair Special prIce4v price 1 1 vJ
100 pieces pie es of Cotton Armure Tap Tapestry TapestryCull Tapentryfull ¬
estry estryCull full 50 5 Inches wide in plain plainred plainred plainred
red brown green and blue blueextra < l lL
extra good value at 75 a ayard ayard 30e
yard L Special price
300 pairs of English Bobinet Cur Curtains Curtains Curthins ¬
tains finished with deep deepruffle ruffle lace laceedge laceed laceedge
edge ed e and Inserting regular gtilar width widthand widthandtull idthand
and andtull full three yards yardslong ft o o p plong
long extra good value at H 2 Z 5 ft
4 per pair Special priceS price O
50 sets of very ery fine real Renais Renaissance RenaisanceL1ce Renaissance ¬
sance sanceL1ce Lace Bed Sets including includingspread Includingspread Includingspread
spread and shams made of heavy heavyquality he heaiyquality Ty Tyquality
quality cable net extra extragood T 7 JF JFgood
good value at 12 and 15 15pea 15pe 15pe 7 75
pea pe set Special price i I S vl
Several hundred pairs of plain col color color color
or Mercerized Portieres full three threeand threeand threeand
and onethird yards long 50 inch inches inches inches ¬
es wide extra heavy quality finish finished finished finished ¬
ed with heavy fringe top and bot bottom bottom hottorn ¬
tom extra good value alue at r < ir irG
G per pair i Special Specialprice 3 75 Tj Tjpairs
price I i
75 pairs of very ery fine quality Ar Arraure Armure Armure
mure and Ottoman Tapestry Por Portieres Portieres Portieres ¬
tieres full three Yards yards long and flf fift fiftInches fifty ly
Inches wide finished with borders bordersot borderodot
ot embossed velour and andgobelin andsobelin andgobelin
gobelin extra > xtra good valuo valuoat alu ff p pprice
at 1 1In 10 and 12 Special Specialprice 6 50
price priceIn priceIn ic
In addition to the above lot we wehave weha wehave
have ha e several vtral hundred onehalf pairs pairsof pairsof Jairs Jairsor
of very fine Portieres which include includemercerized Includemercerized includemercerized
mercerized derby Ottoman Ottoxpm reps repsand repsnd repsand
and nd Annures worth in inpairs ff a rkfl
pairs un to 12 Special Specialprice Specialprice 1 98
price per per strip a
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Clintons Safety Pins all allsizes 5C cc ccsizes
sizes 1 dozen on a card cardPearl cardPearl cardPearl
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lars each eachSilk eachSilk IJ IJSilk
Silk Taffeta Binding in all col colors 7C 7Cors 7C 7Cors
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A New Sabbath Quiet at atBoth aij aijBoth atBoth
Both Resorts ResortsCampaign ResortsCampaign ResortsCamjaign
Campaign at Maryland Place Continues Continuesand3Iaayr ContinuEs ContinuEsan Contuesand
and3Iaayr an and fa ISIaiiy hpeputiesEnfor Deputies Enforce E Nejr NejrEdict Ne New NewEdict f fd
Edict d ct In in n Virginia Virginiai VirginiaRosslYn VirginiaRossliu >
Rosslyn and Chesapeake Junction Juncti6nweItt Junctin Junctinweift
1 werft dry rYYeMerdaJ yesterday It was wa a bluelet blueletter blucletter blueletter ¬
ter ter day forboth fr both reports re orts and those who whovisited whovisited ho hovisited
visited them expectng expeet ng to quench their theirthirsts tbeirthists theirthirsts
thirsts were sadly disappointed dib inted as the theauthorities theauthcrities theauthorities
authorities had gi siuen en due warning that thatthe that thatthe thatthe
the laws must be observed Still there thereare thereare thereare
are ways of evading evaditm the law and it is issafe issafc issafe
safe to say SG that everyone who had an anopportunity anQJlPortunity anopportunity
opportunity made mad the most of It There Therewas Th Therewas rc rc1Ias
was at least one on instance at Rosslyn RosslynT2arly RossynEarly RosslynItarly
Early yesterday yest r 7 morning Sherift SheriftPalmer Sheri SheriPalmer SheriftPalmer
Palmer of Alexandria county marched marchedinto marchedinto marchedinto
into Rosslya with ten or twelve depu ¬
tes and forthwith notified the proprie proprietors proprleI proprletors proprietorn ¬ I
tors of the half dozen or more saloons saloonshat satoensIhat salocushat
Ihat hat they should make mak no 10 attempt to toopen toopen toopen
open for the he day This edict care as asbombsbeIl a abombshell abombshell
bombshell but it was seen that the of official offi oftidal ¬
tidal fi ial mean meant business and the saloon saloonkeepers s saloonkeepers = loon loonkeepers ¬
keepers not only did not open their theirfront theirfront theirfront
front doors but made de HO attempt to todispose tojspo todispose
dispose jspo e of liquid refreshments refre < hments from the theiide thetde theaWe
aWe tde entrances entrancesThe enlnmcesThe entrancesThe
The lawabiding p popk oplt of Alexandria Alexandriacounty AlexandriacOurty Alexandriacounty
county cOurty hate ha e grows somewhat nauseat nauseated nauseated nauscated ¬
ed over the condition c nditl 1 of affairs which whichhas whichhas whichhas
has existed exi ted in that part pa t of the Old Do Dominion Dominion Dominion ¬
minion which whlc wh14 borders on the National NationalCapital Nationalcapital NationalCapitai
Capital and the recent disturbances at atboth atboth atboth
both Rosslyn and Jackson City have havespurred havespurred havespurred
spurred them on onto to action The periodical periodicaldisturbances periodicaldisturbances periodicaldisturbances
disturbances and an4 fights it was thought thoughtvas thoughtwas thoughtwas
was due to the saloons being open on onthe onthe onthe
the Sabbath SbbatbiO so o they determined that thatthey thlltthey thatthey
they saouia snonl te closed And closed they theywere theywere theywere
were with the result that there ther were wereno w wereMc re re1lJ
no Mc fights It was the second day so far faras faras faras
as the oldest inhabitants remember rememberthat rememberthat rememberthat
that the saloons were not open and the thequietest theQuIetest thequietest
quietest day tI y in the history hlstoryof of the vil village village viilage ¬
lage lageBut lageBut lageBut
But less than an eighth of a mile away awayrefreshments awayer awayrefreshments
refreshments er fhments could be secured with withI withonly withonly
I only a little IIttl formality Some ngeniouft ngeniouftindividual ngeniouindividual ngeniouaindividual
individual had started a club where by bythe bythe bythe
the payment of twentyfive cents any in individual lDdividual andiridual ¬
dividual could become a member and at atthe atthe atthe
the same time receive checks entitling entitlinghim entitlinghim entitlinghim
him to fire classes lasses of beer Those who whojourneyed whojourneyed whojourneyed
journeyed across the Aqueduct Bridge
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andfrorfl md froot boards All Allsizes Allsizesi4 siz g gJ6
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were met at the south end by a reeep recepzfioit 1 1Son
Son on committee and loaded into herdics ierdiesvhich 1erdieshich j jvliich
vliich hich conveyed them to the WaM WaMschlosschen W1dschloss Waldschlosschen
schlosschen schloss chen Club an alleged German Germanresort Germanresot Germanresort
resort It is alleged that not only men menand mennd menanwomen
and anwomen nd women womEnc6t11d could secure refreshment refreshmentariddance r iefreshmentnna frshmelltlf
ariddance nna u1 dance to their hearts content but butthat but1ht butthiit
that even children were supplied suppUedwJth suppUedwJthbeverages suppliedwlthbeverages with withleverages
beverages The club consisted of the thedwelling thec thedwelling
dwelling c wIJing house of the proprietor an ancnthouse ancnthouse ancathouse
cnthouse a barn a dancing pavilion pavilionand pavilionana pavilionxntl
and ana an Improvised bar Several rough roughtables roughttlblcs roughtables
tables and crude benches without backs backscompleted backsomplet backscompleted
completed < omplet d the th adornments of the club clubSo clubSo clubSo
So So while the deputies kipt kpt the aaloons aaloonsclosed saloonsj saloonsjclosedthc
closed closedthc th the club raked In the shekels anC anCif am 1 1if
if 11 pcobable pQ Jable that with a few moreflry moreflrySalmIs more moredrySundyS rY rY5undrlys
5undrlys like yesterday the proprietor proprietorJOjsbcIiev proprietor3oIsbelieved
3oIsbelieved SalmIs JOjsbcIiev believed < d to be a driver of oCabe oCabewagon a awag eF eFwagon
wagon wag wagon n Vijl Jjl be in position to retire and andlive andlive and1live
1live live in luxury Not even a dgpeak dgpeake speak speakeasy speakeasy
e easy sy could be located yesterday al although alI although ¬
though these are likely to spling sp ing up uplike upJilt uplike
I like Jilt mushrooms ID ushroom on next Sunday for the theresidents tooresidents theresidents
residents are areo of the opinion that one oaeman onemanhould oneman
man manhould should not be compelled to supply supplythe supplythe supplythe
the whole trade tradeThtre tradeTitHe tradeThere
TitHe was quiet In Maryland jut over overthe overthe overthe
the District line at the terminus of the theColumbia theColumhla theColumbia
Columbia Railroad where during the thejast theJastweek thetast
jast Jastweek week each Sabbath has been one of ofrevelry ofrEvelry ofrevelry
revelry The raid made by Constable Ver VermilHon VermlJtion Vermillion
million and his deputies at Prince PrinceGeorge PrlnceG PrinceGe
George G Ge rfec rge County Unty two weeks ago frighten frightened ¬
ed tbe le proprietors propr tors of the saloons and andgambilng andgnmblng n nga
gambilng ga tJUnInoints joints They made no attempt attempcto
to open and there th re were but few te > visitors visitorsto
tc the placs plac
Notable otable Changes in Clothing Clothing Since Eves EyesTime EvesTime EvesTime
Time Described by Census Bureau Bute < 1u
The manufacture anuiacture of womens clothing clothingis
is exhaustively treated in a recent Cen Census Census Cenans ¬
sus bulletin b Il Un In the six thouaandfryears thouaandfryearssince tbouinctrears tbouinctrearssince thousgnderSsince
since Eve adopted the fig leaTj leal learhe be e tI tIdustrYhas n ndustrv q qdustry
dustrv dustrYhas has grown steadily frdni ir ihe ihesolitary ih ihsoUt he hesolitari
solitary soUt ry plant which produced 1 odilced it IL until untilIn dntlin nU nUIn
In the year year 1900 there were 2761 2761clothesmaking 271clothesmaking 2OLclothesmaking
clothesmaking plants In fn operation in inthe Inthe inthe
the United States alone aloneAccording aloneAccording aloneAccording
According to the thebnlletin bulletin the most mostnotable mostIotable mostnotable
notable changes since that early time timehave timehae timehave
have been the organization n of the cloak cloakmakers cloakmakers
makers into a union and the introduc introduction introduction introductlon ¬ I
tion of the different builds of shirt shirtwaist shirtwaist
waist Including the balloon sleeved sleevedones sleevedones sleevedones
ones the ones on where the baloon safCic safCicfront saK c clrontan
front lrontan ana the kind which are buUtftfchJ buUtftfchJaround bUUtt bUUttaround bu1lttfb bu1lttfbaround
around the seek eck and tied withiiMtqk withiiMtqkgreatly w1tbJa withaakPrices k kPrices
Prices of labor nave also Ri pJoliedup pJoliedupgreatly 1 1greatly
greatly since Si nee Adams Adamswedding A Adams1 dam 5 wife pro proWrddier proWrddierwedding u e r
wedding weddin trousseau The T e woman wodien owho owhomake bo bomakc bomake I
make the he clothes earn all the way wa wayirom from fro n
5 to 13 for a weeks work of fr from ni 55 55to 55to i ito
to 59 hours
10 To Niagara Falls and an Return 10 10Via 10Yia zoVia
Via Pennsylvania Pcnn lvanla Railroad Special train of ofpar ofparlor l lparlor
parlor par 101 CArs and day coaches 001I cb6 wilt 11t tore Wash Washington Washingion aII aIIin ¬
ington in on 8 a m Thursday August ugust 21 Tickets TfcksMlimited TicketsIImit Tkketslimited
limited IImit to ten d days ys and allow 21 stopover stop Ver at atBuffalo atuffal atBuffalo
Buffalo uffal returning Similar excursions Septem September September Septeraher ¬
ber 4 and IS October 2 and 16
Sixfoot Extcnsion Ectension Table 7ablesolid 7ablesolidoak solid solidoak
oak 5 Igs Yell constructed constructedand constructedand
and nicely finished finished3a98 finishedt
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Best upholstering spring edg edgI edge edgeI
Bestse Best sent springs tsprinKi springsI
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fonier 5 drl wers wersI erS erSI
brass trImmings trImmingswell trimmingsg
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Warmer with > local rains late tonight tonightaad tonightand tonightand
and Tuesday fresh southerly windsTEMPERATURE windsTEMPERATURE winds windsTEMPERATURE
9 a if arn arn12m m 72 Z
12 12m m 79
1 p m
Temperature and condition of the wa water water ¬
ter at8 at 8 a m Great Falls FaUsTenrpera FaUsTenrperaI Tempera Temperature ¬
ture 7G 76 condition c ndition dition 11 Dalecaria Dalecarfa res reservoir reservoirTdthpblhttare ¬
ervoir ervolrT ervoirTdthpblhttare Temperature mp r iure 75 condition at atnortbc6hnectbn atnort
nortbc6hnectbn nort northte5nnebtbzifl6 hcon n cdoI1 SC G condition COndit 10 nat at south southinnecUpny southn southnne
innecUpny nne n u jon33 j33 Georgetown distributing distributingrefrafr distributingfV distributingYrThTterdture
YrThTterdture refrafr fV frTemperature TiiiKperature 77 T I condition at atinfluent a ainfluent atiafluent
influent gatehouse 36 condition at ef effluent efftuent elfluent ¬
fluent gatehouse 30 3 < > Washington city cityreservoir cityreservoir8emperature cityreservolrSexnperature
reservoir reservoir8emperature Setnperature 77 condition at atinfluent atInfluent atinfluent
influent 36 condition at effluent 35 35THE 36THE 26THE
Sun rises515 AM Sun sets 65i 65 65PM 65PMMoon PM PMMoon PLIoon
Moon > Ioon rises j Moon sets339 AM AMTIDE AfTIDE AMTIDE
Low tide tide140 110 lO AM A 31 land and 285 PM PMHigh P PHigh PMHightide
High Hightide tlde 732 732AM AM A r and andSOOPM andSOOPMSTEiIL1GKT1NG 800 PM PMSTiJEE PMi PMST
Lamps lit tSdsy ga 729 PMLamps PMLnrnp3 PM pILa
Lamps La p ou gut3mprrow425 X mprrow 425 4 25 AM AMAMUSEMENTS A AMAMUSEMENTS L LAMUSEMmTS
Academy of MuslcThe Music ru dcThe The Road to toRuin toRuln toRuin
Ruin evening eveningKernans eveningKcrnansThe eveningKernansThe
Kernans KcrnansThe The Utopians afternoon afternoonand afternoonand afternoonand
and evening eveningBaseball eenin eeninBase1JaU eveningBaseball
Baseball American League Park ParkSen ParkSenators ParkSenators Sen Senators ¬
ators vs Cleveland ClevelandEXCURSIONS ClevelandEXCURSIONS ClevelandEXCURSIONS
Steamer Macalester for Marshall Hall Hallat Hanat Hallat
at 19 l a m 230 and 630 p za zaNorfolk raNorfolk 1 1Norfo
Norfolk Norfo k and andWashington Washington line for Fort Fortlonroe Fortronroe Fortfonroe
lonroe and Norfolk at 630 p m mTrains mTrains mTrains
Trains leave Pennsylvania Avenue and andThirteenandahalf andThirteenandahalf I
Thirteenandahalf Street for Alex Alexandria Alexandrla ¬
andrla and Arlington every half hour hourMount hourMount I IMount
Mount Vernon hourly 10 a m to 3 p m mChesapeake mChesapeake i
Chesapeake Beach BeachSee See schedules un under uner under ¬
der er Railroads and Steambonts for fortime lortime fortime
time timeColonial timeCotonial timeColonial
Colonial Beach DeachSteamer Steamer T V Arrow Arrowsmith Arrowsmith Arrowsmith
smith See schedule under excursions excursionsfor excursiontfor excursionsfor
for time timeBay timeBay timeBay
Bay Rldge Ridge4Frains Trains leave B O OsUJ OsUJIon sta station station ¬
tion Ion at 910 a m I 1and i and 420 ZO p m week weekdays weekJays weekdays
Jays days 910 a m 415 p m Sundays SundayaBay
1 Bay 1jBay ay Ridge the theQ theQueen Queen eenResQrtof Resort of the theChesapeake theChesapeake
Chesapeake Bay BaySalt BaySalt
Salt water Bathing Orchestra Or chcstra and Dancing DancingBoatiwr DlncingIJooting DancingBoating
Boating Fishing Fish and Crabbing Eminently Eminentlyadapted Eminentlyi Eminentlyadapted
adapted i pted for chnrch and organization excnr excnricn cxcnrions excuricni
icn ions Good hotel rotel1CCOmmodations accommodations specially speciallyattractive speeialIattractive modallyattractive
attractive for Waslsinscton Wa lV ataington intonfol1t5 folks for over Set Suhdav SII Setday l lday
day day outings Trains leave B O R R Sta Station SUti Stationg ¬
tion ti tiong n910 j 910 a I In and 430 43trp 4 30 p m week days dayelO
310 10 a m and 145 p pm m Sundays SundaysNevr SundayaNew SundaysNew
New N C Pine Flooring SMS SMSper 5r45per r45 r45per
per 100 eq ft Libbey Co Phone E 849 S1 g
Heavy White Enameled Iron IronBcd ironBed
Bcd brass trimming best of ofworkmansblp ofworkmanship
workmanship All sizes sizes3a25ie
Solid Oak or Afshogal1Y orMahoganyCostumer Afshogal1YCostumer
Costumer 6 pins pln A Auseful Auseful
useful artIcle for ball ha or orbedroom orbedroom
bedroom bedroom55c 55c
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bevel plate e eglass
glass glasshandsome glasshandsome
handsome handsometrimmings
trimmings trimmings8a75 trimmingsi
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Views View Soaring SoaringPri Prices s Even EvenWith EvenWith EvenWith
With a aGloat aGloatCo aGIoatContractor Gloat GloatContractor
Contractor Co tractor Rusk Computin 1 o Many ManyWill Ma MaWiIl ManyWill
Will Burn Gas Insteaa Insteaa Insteado1nthra Insteado1nthracite pj o ntlira ntliracite thra thra4i <
cite This Winter WinterThe
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The countenance ef Mr R V Rusk Ruskthe Ruskthe Ruskthe
the the contractor who collects and dis disposes disposes disposes ¬
poses of ashes ash s is wreathed Jnsinlles us ushe 5 5he she
he contemplates the price of coal soar soarIng soaringout soarIngout
Ing ingout out of f sight The shrewd contractor contractorwho contra contractorwho tor torwho
who holds the job of emptying tfeo tfeometal th3metal thometal
metal receiver for ashes haLjhe l in Lthe ie back backyards backard backyatds
yards ard of the residents of Washington Washingtonand Washingtonanfiwbo V a ngton ngtonan
and an anfiwbo who probably listens Vffl ti9recom ti9recomplal thGrecom thGrecomplaants r8 com complaints ¬
plaints plal tsintbe in the course of a ayearhan L eat t4han > sthan any anrother an another anyotr
other other otr man in the District Di trIC i 1aaapareniy 1aaapareniynotcaring < apparen apsarently apsarentlynot IY IYnotCaring
not notCaring faring how high thVirfce th thetb o jitbe of coal coalSOSSr coalgods qal qalgo
gods SOSSrMr go godsMr
Mr Ir Rusk figures out the situation as asfollows asrollows aafOllows
follows The price of coal is already alreadyso alreadysGhfgh alreadysohFgiz
sGhfgh so high as af to drive drIV many m LDyfami1ies families to the theuse theuse theuse
use of gas for cooking purposes He Ha6pines Heopines Hebpines
6pines opines that hat if flthe the cost of coal increases increasesthere increasESthere Increasesthere
there will be a much muchgreater greater use of gas gasthan srlStb gasthan
than tb n there has been in the past This Thisuse 11l 11luse Thtsuse
use of gas will lessen th the amount m9unt of ofashes ofaSbes ofashes
ashes to be collected and the 29979 29973which 29979which 29979which
which he receives from t nr the District for forthe forthe forthe
the job will represent greater profit profitthan prDfitthan profitthan
than formerly formerlyOn formerlyOn formerlyOn
On the basis of otthe the oldgpTJoverb old oldpoverb oerb Mr MrRusk MrRusk MrHusk
Rusk thinks it an ill wing wi wIn that blow blownobody blows blowsnobody blowsnobody
nobody good goodGOT goodGOT t tGOT
Gahan Gah n Pleads Pleads His Half Hili Years Absti Abstinence Abstinence bsti bstience ¬
nence ence But Is Fined 5 5Its 5Its 51ts
Its the fir firt Scat t drunk rye been on for forsix fo fos fosix
six s x months your honor4jqld honor id Michael MichaelGahan MichaelGahan MichaelGthan
Gahan to Judge Beady Btlndyth1 thjs thmornIna thmornInawhen > morning morningwhen mornI mornIwhert
when whert arraigned in the rf pie ODjte pe Court Conrxcharged CaIIncbarged Courtcharged
charged with cursing andfswearlng In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the street streetYou steetYou streetYou
You are not charged with being beingdrunk beIngdrunk beIngdrunk
drunk lbut hut with cursing and disorderly disorderlyconduct disorderlyconduct disorderlyconduct
conduct said the judge jud Judgelf e eIf t tIf
If thats that > all Im guilty said Gahan Gahaaand Gahannnd Gahanand
and seemed surprised when he was fined
Long length Flooring Floo ng 8545 8545per 145 145per 115per
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