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THE EVENING EE ETEM lXG TIMES T1MESWASH1INTONfFRIDAY WASHINGTON FRIDAY AUGUST 29 9 1902
i5ERTMENTAL DEPARTMENTAL WORKERS WORKERSInteresting WORIERSInteresting WORKERSInteresting
Interesting Gossip Gleaned Among Employes Employesof
of f Government Bureaus BureausVETERAN BureausVETERAN BureausETERAN
VETERAN SOLDIER AND ND NEWSPAPER MANCaptain MAN 1lANCaptain MANCaptain
Captain Meredith Superintendent S Supet perinten intendent nt Bureau of fEngraving fEngravinglnd Engraving Engravingand Engravingnd1
and nd1 Printing Prif tingWho Who Served Under General Gener Harrisonand Harrison Harrisonand Harrisonand
and Afterward Came Here From Indianapolis
Crptain r ltain William WtluaJQMe Meredith ith saperin saperintc supe1iatClttt
tc tClttt t acct t of the Bureau ef Engraving and andITirTing andDlrirg tndrir
ITirTing rir g is a veteran veteraaof of o the t 4J eiil eiYilwar eiYilwar1d dvi war wariLii wrI
iLii I si veteran of u th the newspaper II and andis andJtiug andbusiness
is Jtiug ing business lie is one of O the old oldest oldest oldcs ¬
est cs and a best informed printers fa the theit thelniry they
it uniry y and nd is well up In all branches branchess
s I The hf publishing business Captain CaptainM Captainih
M i rodith ih ith was as a printer on the Indian IndJaniIis IndianUs IndlanJournal
iIis Us Journal when the the war broke out outu outh outhi
u he h hi raised 1ai a company many of the theL thelers
L rr1crs lers I being printers He Je was the thei theJ1randing theflZ
i iLirraailing flZ t i tig officer o of Company E Sev Sevifh S SevS v vifh
S < ifh L Indiana Regiment for nearly all allS aUfour
v S four years Yea He was a fine soldier and anditood ando1 andL
itood L > DOl o1 high hg with all the men of th the regt r rnt regifl
23 n nt He is b prominent in the veterans veteransorganizations vfteraosrl veteraneanations
organizations rl nIz3tons He was in the regiment regimentnirandcd resbmmtmIandpd regimentr
nirandcd r atld by General Benjamin Har Harris Harrls Harr ¬
ris r on 1 TiciU the latter was promoted to toIrigaslier tolr o orgiIPi
Irigaslier lr rgiIPi gaJier general for gallantry ia the theSouthern tiHcuhern thes
Southern s thcrr campaign ampaigu mpaign After iter the war the therap thera theaptax
rap ra aptax tain was in n newspaper work w < kln In In Indianapolis Inianar1i Inj ¬
dianapolis ianar1i j iLaTs > He was as first brought to the theiiy thell they
iiy ll y l > y General C enera Harrison arrlson early eat eary In his hisAdministration hbdm IdaUiniitrat1on
Administration dm nhtration as President PresidentMr Presidentr PresidentMr
Mr r Elmer Eime Scholley of o the Govern Government GovernIDem Governre ¬
IDem re Printing Office has had experience experienceas experienceoliier
as a soldier in the Philippines He was wasIn TASil ustc
In il tLe islands nearly nead two years and saw sawsiuc saws
siuc s c C hard 1ar service He went out with withUio withtlh witht
Uio t Thirteenth Minnesota ODe oj the theleu thefc theft
leu fc ft s National iUOUaI Guard or or militia regiments regimentst
t < > get L into the field He is an inelli inelligcst incUIgtD lxveIItg
gtD g gcst t and observant young man and andpi andIJ andIi
pi td up p a great deal of knowledge knowledgeluriag knowledge1ri knowledgeg
1ri luriag g his army arm experience experiencejr
jr r Schooley hoohy Vas was as a member of 0 the theTlTieenih the11reenlh theflrerntli
TlTieenih Minnesota many years be befoi 00L
foi L 1 the war He came to Washington Washingtonwith VashingtonW
W with h a team of marksmen from that thatcommand tbatommand thatL
command L and ever ten years ago O and that thatteum thatttm thatt5n
teum was as the winner of the prize for forth fo foth fortt
th best marksmanship in the country countryT2 suntryT
T2 Th T re r were numerous contestants e in the thematch thench thens
match ns li at it the Monument but the Min Minnesota Xinc Mm Mmr ¬
c nesota r < cta Ta boys took off the honors and the theA therr
rri rr
A so o prehensive ekensive report of the oc occarreace ocC
carreace C IT rrc le of copper in the vicinity yjcinit of ofClifton o oin
Clifton in southern Arizona is being beingprepared beingl1rtrarcd beingpri
prepared pri r ard by Mr W IJndgren geologist geologistof
of the th United States Geological Survey SurveyThe SurveyT
The T field work on which the report is isbased IsLa
based La was wa commenced commeooeclearly early in Novem November Novembcr ¬
ber last + The mines near Clifton pro produce proiI proth5 ¬
duce iI th5 < C at t present approximately 2500 500 tom torifecf toi toicf
cf t copper rpr a month and the mining dis district digti ¬
trle trict ti ranks T U S third among the copper o t per pro prois
is t ers t r of f the Territory nib nly United Unitedvde Unitedk Unitedan1
vde k and d Bisbee exceeding it it The TbeL Theal i j jL
L L igieal gjeal al Survey bad previously pre
< < 1 1 1 a detailed topographic n map p of the ther
r jirr 1r r iiad < d the geologic work begun in inthv Int1 Ini
thv t1 i auramn ioU < aron was completed ia the win winter winr ¬ I
r ter I Special ial attention was given to a ate athe I Iof
te + > of the mines ia which portion ot ottli ofth olC
tli C vork ork i four our mouths were spent The ThervJti Ther
rvJti r lt will W II be of o general interest as asstigation
5 nestigatioa Destiga stigation I largely rgeJleaJt dealt wjth withzhe withzhenjcrv the thetMondary thecondary
tMondary condary njcrv coacentratl cODCeDtrat1mM concentrathn < ya ao corainon COIB1llGD in iniTfr InipEr Ini
iTfr i rr deposits ieposi > and itteo 11sowttb with the char ehari ebarLer charer
i Ler er of the original deposits po tta wfalh b h are arerr artIi are1rarkthIe
rr markable mark able inasmuch as they consist consistcf onsistDf onslstci
cf masses of limestone altered by con coatiictznetatnorphic contat contis
tiictznetatnorphic tat metamorpDic fle tarnorphic prccpsaes PCCP15eS PCCP15eS1ajor prccaenMajor j jlajor
Major C A Vaughn of the Govern GovernlEeni GoyernItD Governirit
lEeni i Printing Office Ofiee was the originator originatorif >
if f tha t h great publishing boue now oper operatcd opera operac
atcd a ac by Conkey 8 Co Chicago C1dcaio He Heitarted Het Heed
itarted t rted ed the firm over twenty years S ago agosir agoD
sir D i conducted < on ucted It for a t few years r ars until untilSir untilr
Sir 11 r Conkey C took full charge This is istrs isrr 1sI
trs rr I perhaps the largest book publish publishing publlshlg publlahCflern ¬
ing concern in the worM In 1SJS and andisi andajor andi
isi i > Major Vaughn was president pre tdent of the theook therfJk theck
rfJk ook ck County Republican Club the thelargest the3Tg thelg
largest lg 3Tg rt t political politicalorganlzatioB organization in the theVWst thec thec
VWst c c t It rolled up the largest argest MeKln MeKlnIT MeK1nrT McKInct
IT rote ct in thQ th the country The c d club b has hasL hfi hfihJ hasL
L hJ a great influence in politics and was wasfamous wasfarCUB wagf1L
famous f1L 5 in the first rst McKinley campaign campaJgHIr3itdiately eampatgnrrfdiately campaignr
Ir3itdiately r ately before coming to Washing ¬
tr V ton Major Vaughn was ma manager qer of the theIlhEois thel
IlhEois I l oj State Journal published at atirjc atrcgfieId atMajor
irjc rcgfieId rcgfieIdajor field fieldMajor
Major ajor Vaughn is a native of Virginia Virginiabeing Virginiablg Virginiabc
being bc g a member of the famous Virginia Virginiafamily VirginiafroilY Virginiafr
family fr ty of Vaughns raghfl His u uncle ele John C C CYa Cgn i iVfiaghu
Vfiaghu Ya ghn gn was a major general in the theConfederate theC
Confederate C 1 n1fderate aft derate army In early life the theirajor thelra thex
irajor lra x or r was vas carried to Ohio He grew up uptt upur upat
tt ur r Xew w Lisbon and wa W educated educatedthf1 educatedii j jtlxtrt
tlxtrt thf1 ii He was for ten years a school schooln tlchool13t achedr
n 13t atf r and playmate of Marcus A A Hanna liannathe fl HannaL nnat1
the t1 L fnttQr natQr from Ohio He baa a bid the theI i igt
gt < d I fortune ortune to be well acqoainte1 with withEirj withI withri
I
Eirj I ri < ry of the distinguished men of Ohio Ohioiluior OhloLjr1 Ohiorr
iluior rr Vaughn had an exceptional exceptionalrercrd exceptionalr exceptionalrel
rercrd r 1 rd as a Uaion soldier He went into intoIV
IV 4 rrmy rny April 15 IStl and was mug musE mugIf i iit
it E If rtd rf d out June 19 1S 1B4ii 5 without having havingxcstd haTingre
xcstd re e l 1 a roll call by b reason of o absence absencefrora ab8encefrLIn abaencefrr
frora canip amp ttip He was sick for a while whilebut whiletut I Ibut
but was we s never nt > ver on furlough and was waswounded waswDunded wascOUfli
wounded cOUfli but once He was in every everyfight everyfight everyflbt
fight in t which liieh his command took part partIn partIn partIn
In the war he was a friend of General GeneralGar GeneralGald
Gar Garfidd fld and did secret work for him himTvTTant himGrnHal himGareld
GrnHal Garfield was charged 1rit with im imnnt imn
TvTTant nnt n work during a large part of the thevjr ther
vjr r and he employed only the most mostrested mosttro mostcd
rested tro cd and discreet men for the secret secretMis secretcss t t8cire
8cire 8cirei
Mis i css s Helen M Atwater is one of the thei
i < st 5 writers wrlterst the Government has ia its itsemploy itsc
c C employ r lljJ by She Shei is a writer wrl r on economic economicproblems eecmomleblems economicru
problems ru blems hrn and several eral of her bulletins bullettahave bulletiaaltar bulletinshave
have ltar bcen rn > en j jnbtlshed ubMshed She is the author authorcf auth authorc r rc
cf c a recent bulletin on breadmaking in invrhicli iahJrh inh
vrhicli hJrh h 1 she sh hv gives a learned disquisition disqoisitionor
or o t b history of the use of cereals for forbrrad forbrladDlaking forbrcalmaktng
brrad brladDlaking making Miss Atwater has been beenr beenconefted beenonc
r conefted oncer onc i d with the Department of Agri Agrireputation Agriculture 4grlctiltre
culture for several years yearsand sad bas q1 quite lt a aremtation arritaton
reputation for original investigations investigationsAn luvesilgatlousriIoye
An cruploye of one of the ta > downtown downtowndepartments Iownt downtowneIartrucnts wn wnepartmelts
departments has lately been is Panic PoxtJili PanicRe
Jili Rko o The Th people ple of the island bmv have been beenan beenl
l fd i u gi i tig g tn the luxury or aft election elections
an s I this Government man sitw w several severalfli o ocotC5ts <
fli contests The Porto POIt Ricans readily readilyrrsent reaoIilym
rrsent m > ot to take ep the tasks of citizen eitiseniip citisenHip citizent
Hip t iip but in pursuit of the duties d of the theBovfreign thesonreign theEtreign
Bovfreign they are likely to disagree disagreeand dlaasreeand disagreean
and an muss up any man who is OB the op opposite op oppot ¬
posite 1011 pot re side They resort esort to the ma mart maItHe maI
ItHe rt I Ue t readily rt > a ily OB many questions OB OBwhioh OBwhil onaL
whioh aL h l there 1h re are differences dUfere eS of opinion opinionTby opiaioBTby opinionT
Tby T y are r extreme in their politics as in intheir inLrr
their Lrr loves ves and bates There are two twoparties toIanies twoar
parties ar s on br the island islandthe the Federal and andRepublican andRrpublhan andp
Republican p ubI1an They are pretty JHett well wellmatched wellInchEd wellred
matched red and have violent straggles The TheFederals TheFelerals ThefeeraIs
Federals insist on delMtrriBg deJNuTJB the Repel Kepubiaris ReputJjc Repelas
jc iaris tD5 < from rom the ballot and from the leg legiMative legaie legballs
iMative aie balls when they are in power powervi
r l vi vi < < < > versa The parties part are aot of ofipntly ofntIy
1 dn < ipntly ntIy tly long Ioflgtuc standing rnadIug t to permit their theirlining UtetrL
lining L ng iomparfi ompar 1 to e1U1riId1iC Bnjrtfefag in tklccouH this u I
try They appear rtothe to the Americans A1II erialls 10 be bemere be beme bemere
mere organizations s for the capturing of ofjobs ofjobe ofJole
I jobs Notwithstanding this tbisp1afag playing with withthe withthe wl1hthe
the new political P l1ti al toy toytltfs this Government Governmentemploye Governm Governmentmploye nt ntI
I mploye regards r their future as promis promising plOmisI pronslalug ¬
I lug They are generous generouspeople people and many manyof manyot manyof
of them tbemare are enterprising and ia iai 18telllgent intelligent
i telligent They are too fond of resort reswrting
I lug to the thekntfe knife when the arguneot arguneotgets argvlDeDtrgets argunentfgts
gets warm bet are not bad ba as a general generalproposition genera generapropesition generalproposition
rgets proposition propositionA
I A thoroughbred Kentuck print b Mr Mrj 11 MrCharles
j Charles Stretch of the Government GovernmentPrinting GovernmentPrinting
II
j Printing Office He has been in the office o8leeI olceI
I I for many years and Is one of the most 1DOStindllstrlout mostindustrious
industrious intelligent sad prosperous prosperousmembers prosperOtlSmembers prosperousmembers
members of the craft He is a thorough thoroughKentuckian thoroupKentuckian thoroughKentuckian
Kentuckian in that he loves horses borses and andhe andhe andhe
he is an authority on the subject sub t He Hecame liecame Hecame
came from Newport where a great greatmany greatmany greatmany
many of the best horses are raised and andtrained aJldtrained andtrained
trained The wonderful Kentucky cove cetmlaad ceuntry covetry
try is 8 paradi paradise at this time of f year yearand yearsad
laad and the patriotic sons in the distance distanceDr distanceare
I are very anxious to 00 there thereDr thereDr
Dr William A Murray urray of the disburs disbursing dis disbursing nsing ¬
ing oflice of the Agricultural A i ultural Depart Department Department Department ¬
ment is one ODeo of O the most accomplished accomplishedyoung accomplishedyoung
i young ung men holding a position under the theGovernment theI theGovernment
Government He has been in the de department department department ¬
I partment for over ten years aDd has hasnot has1I0t hasnot
not only performed r < rfonned Iris duties at the of office otflee oflire ¬
flee with signal ability but has devoted devotedall devotedall devotedall
all spare time to study thereby making makinga
a record and gaining a profession He Hewas Hewas Hewas
was graduated lately from one on of tlse tlsedental u ulental tiiedental
dental schools of the city taking high highrank highrank highrank
rank in his class He is a thoroughseUmade thoroughIselfmade thoroughly thoroughlyselfmade
selfmade man and has achieved much muchsince muchsince muchsince
since he left home He was lately latelyDenoted latelyolBOted latelyaoiaoted
Denoted DenotedDr olBOted aoiaotedDr olBOtedDr
Dr Murray is a native of o Charleston CharlestonC
I So S C c He came from the district repre repren represented
I HDt sented lJy Congressman n Elliott wh who is isA isOw inow
Ow ow makhlG a strong race for the Eon EonA
la
A bright bM bt young man in the Government GovernmentPrinting GovernmentPristiBb GoverninentPrinting
Printing Office who has b s been frequenting frequentingthe frequentiogthe
the law schools s ltoolll1 is interested ia the legal legalstatuj legalttJ legalstatu
statuj ttJ cf CoL James Younger Colonel CoJonelYouJger ColonelYouiger ColonelYounger
Younger has been playing an engage engagement enpgeD engagemeat ¬
meat D with the Minnesota > IIiDeso13 penitentiary penitentiarywhile peoiteBtiarywbfJe penitentiarywhile
while falling in love with the th wardens wardensdaughter wardensdaughter wardensdaughter
daughter The marriage has not taken takenplace takenplace takenplace
place because Colonel Younger Youngerlegally YouD er1s er1sleptlIy Is Islegally
g
legally dead and lives tn n a sort of a way wayia wayia wayIn
ia defiance of the edict of the State StateThe StateTbe StateThe
The subject which interests this young
limb of the law is what would be the thepunishment epunisbment thepunishment
punishment for a man B who whQ wh would com coitfpete comte camp4ete
pete te the article of death By fixing Jim Jimfsr Jimfer Jinifor
for the undertaker Can a ma man a be pun punished ps pslehed ¬
Iished ished for killing a dead man manA maDI manA
I
A Treasury clerk who ho lives eat in inthe Intite inthe
the country with 1tb the mosquitoes itoe adds addsa
a new ne attack on the character c of the thevarmint thevarmht thevarmint
varmint He say says they t chew e ew ewHe tobacco tobaccoHe tobaccoHe
He s says ys that they are very v friendly out oathis outI outhis
his way and do not hesitate to make makethemselves maketkemselves makethemselves
I themselves at home anywhere about A out the theplace theplace I
I place but that they infest clothes in inwhich iuwhich inwhich
which there is tobacco He H has hung uog up upsuits upsuits
suits of clothes in a closet closet some with withtobacco witht withtobecco I
tobacco t cco and some without The tobac tobacco tobaceo tobacCo ¬
co pockets would be half full of skeet ckeeters skeeters eet i
ers s and the others would be clear oil oilthem 0 ofthem
themA themA them themA I
A party of veterans were swapping swappingyarns swappingyarns I
yarns in the Pension OSce a few days dayssince dayssince
istIMe since wheRone when one of them told the fol following following ¬
I lowing story storyIt storyI storyIt
I It Iti8Fery is a very ery easy matter for these theseoffice these10fiice theseolUce
10fiice office soldiers s kJersto to sit wp wp under the t e breeze breezeof bree breeof breezeof
of an electric fan and theorize t1M rlze about the thewar theI thewar
I
war but they t ey know koo very little lltt of the thereal thereal thereal
real article articlefew articleDtring articleDering
I Dtring the dayS of 61 61u we had a aCe afew
few Ce of these sort sort aad whenever the theboys t1ttI theboys
I boys got a chance they would oul take a afall afaU afall
fall out of them My regiment was 88 down downn downifl
ifl n MIddle Tennessee and by reason of ofa ofI ofa
I a raid made by the Confederate cavalry cavalryi cavalrywe cavalrywe
i we baa lost communication communication with our ourI ourbase ourbase
I base of supplies Provision we had in I Iabuad 13b Iabuasbuce
abuad 3b abuasbuce nee but we were sorely in need needj needof I
j of shoes and clothing Communication Communicationwas
was as at last established with Nashville NashvilleI N8hvnbilt Nashvilleiut
I but the tb needed shoes and clothing came cameI eam eamI camenot
I I not A smart Alec of a commissary oil officer omI oileec ¬
eec r holding the rank of colonel sent sentas sentus
I us a carefully prepared description de how howto ho hoto howto I
I to make moccasins of the hides of ofbeeves oflbeeYe ofbeeves
beeves killed for food This we did by bytaking bYtaktlJg bytaking
taking the green hide stretching strele lng it itover Ityer itover
lbeeYe over yer our feet and stitching around ths thsdees th1 th thedges
edges cd dees es leaving the hair aide out Oh Ohyes Olyes Ohyes
yes they were shoes but very onery oneryones oneryGnus
ones and my how they did did hurt hur t w whenthey when whenthey ee eethey
I they began be to dry and draw up oa OIlI the thefeet thefeet I
I feet feeti feetOne
I i One day da orders came to rush to toNashville toI toNashville
I Nashville and we piled into trains a adisreputable ao adisreputable I
disreputable ragged looking a lot as asyou asyou
I
I you ever saw sa Reaching the capital tha thaevening I Ievening I
evening iter ter camp was made mad some of ofthe j jthe
i the boys went into the city One of oar ou onlieutenants j
I > lieutenants a son of Erin strolled into intothe intoi Intothe
i the largest hotel of the place still stillwearing stillwearing
I wearing ki hb racceasions O One of the thei thel1rat I he heBrat
l1rat i first men he saw was that commissary commissarycolonel commissaryI commissarytolonel
colonel who had given glv the advice in inregard inregard j jregard
regard to the he manufacture of cowhide cowhideshoes cOAhMtoes cowbi4shoes
I
shoes Dressed Dres in a spick and span uni unirorm lJnlorm mi miorm
rorm orm and highly polished poiish patent leather leatherboots lentbeLoots
boots to he was a perfect picture of Mars MarsTIJe8e MarsThese i iThese
I These boots seemed to attract the theparticular tileparticular theparticular
particular attention atte tlon of our Irish Heuten Heutenant HeutEn2iDt lentenant
ant He would ouki walk oa one side of the thecolonel thecololKl thecolonel
colonel pre steadfastly fteadfaatl at his foot footgear footgear footgear ¬
gear then with a sigh he would change changeposition cbanxrOJitloD ehangrosltlou
position and scrutinize them from an another ancther another
other position positionFinally IUonFhJally positionFinally
Finally his strange actions a attrartc attrurtei attrurteithe > 1 j
i the attention of the colonel colon l who W ho not notrecognizing notrecognizing i irecognizing
I recognizing in the tattooed uniform the theInsignia theInsignia I Ii
i insignia of an officer turned fiercely fiercelyupon ftercelyl11pou flercelyupon
upon the stranger with a Well my myman myman
man what do you want wantWith waati wantWith I
i With an assumed air of humility ant anlin antIn
11n in the broadest bro dett kind of a brogue the thelieutenant theIUeateBant thelieutenant I
lieutenant said id Beggin yure 1Ire honors honorspardin honorspdrdin I
I pardin rdiD see but me oyeft oye bay bin takin takinin taklnI takinIn
I in the beautiful boots that yure honor honorwears honorwe honorwers
we wears rs oa his fate Oive but the matter matterof matterof matterof
of twintyfoire data is the wtjrruld wtjrruldbut W1jrruldbut wirruld wirruldbut
but 01 would not motH gina it to yore yurehonor rur rurho yorehonor
honor if yell en imparrt to me the sacret sacretof sacretof
i of bow 00 ye got ot the hair off of the thesame theme thesame
same me
A Sure Cure for Diarrhoea Diarrhoeacmrc DiarrhoeaComing I Isirabte
Coming as it does In tM tMIf buqlmt sassa sassashea
If shea a me tan Jet a afford otd 10 Ime time thus a ae aage
age e aDd quick t1II cmv for dtanboea k wry de deirabk de deairable
sirabte Aayoee A who bo MM Me J given erven it a awill toe toewill triaj triajwfllwJl
will wfllwJl tell you ou that the qutdle < juicke ot t torest IUCttItplsMRt MM MMmost gad gadmeat
most piaMMt remedy in i we for this iHnnait iHnnaitis dl age ageis
is Ckawb ChatBbertaIRA riiB Colic Chotera ioiertz and nd Otarrbeet Otarrbeeti Diarr Diarr1CcsRet DtarrhemRgsedy
1CcsRet i There i i no low of tine ti tin when It Ja JaDeed ismad i ione >
Deed mad es < one or tw t twa dose ot it wilt care any anyonimtrjr anymdlsarj
onimtrjr attack ttMk it never fail Ian fails DOt DOtt CT evec evecm R ta tatte
tte t mgit m < w vere r and dBOK dangerous IIfI r IMIS M tass Q Isr r sal salby sale saleby
by limey Jt KWM wtIIoJeMk w l gatc asS retail 22 of ofmcIaII F Flttssz
lttssz mcIaII and sfl drag
I GEOLOGICAL SURVEY SURVEYNEEDS SURVEYI SURVEYNEEDS
I NEEDS MAP
Civil Service Commission to Hold Ex Ezamination Exmination Examination
amination in Practical Work WorkOn WorkI WontOn
On September 30 the Civil S
Commission will w ill hold examinations
I
the t purpose purp e se of getting eliglbles to tofilI All Allth Illthe
th 1 the positions of copperplate map en engravers engraTers engravers ¬
gravers in the Geological Survey Slrve and of ofgeoiaetrical
geoiaetrical lathe operator in the th > Bu Bureau Bureau Bereau
reau of Engraving and Printing PrintingIn
In neither case will ill any educational educationaltest eductlonaltest educationaltest
test be given but the applicant will be berated berated herated
rated upon his excellence as s a workman workmanand workmanand workmanand
and his experience rlfnce IB both cases the theage theage be beage
age limit is twenty twent years or over overThe overT ver verThe
The T salary for the lathe operator is isC39 isper isr3p
C39 per annum and for for the engravers CD engraversper graven gravenper 3 3per
per day dayEIG dayB1G
dayATTENDANCE
EIG ATTENDANCE TTElfll AN CE ATmmm AT ArfSHRINERS ATIIIIIER8
SHRINERS mmm mmmFour EXCURSIONFour EXCllRIOTI
t
I Four Thousand From Almas Almasand Almasand
I 1 and Boumi Temples TemplesOuting Templesou TemplesOuting
ou Outing ngat at Chesapeake Beach Be ch Will WiliRc WiliRcsuit Rc Rcsait Resuit
suit ia i6eb IJ60 Christinas Ch stinas DinnerBaskets Dinner DinnerBaskets DinnerBaskets
Baskets This Year YearThe YearThe YeaLThe
The proceeds of the excursion exeurs on of Al Almas Almas Almae ¬
mas Temple Temple to Chesapeake Beach yes yesterday ye8 ye8terilay yesterday ¬
terday will iIi greatly eatly exceed those of a ayear ayear ayear
year ago ihv Xr MrNrank rank K K t Raymond po potentate 10t potntate ¬
t tentate rtau of the te tejL teje S le stated atatedtoday today that thatit thatIt thatIt
it was impossible as ast et t to give any ac accurate nocurate C Ccurate ¬
curate figures gures bet tbaVhe t tb he was certain certainthat certainthat certainthat
that while hlle About 1300 baskets were sent sentto sentto sentto
to the needy of the city last Christmas Christmasthe Christmasthe Christmasthe
the proceeds of yesterday yest lday will make snak it itpossible itpossible itpossible
possible to send out at least 1600 bas baskets 005kets haskets ¬
kets this year yearThe yearThe
The attendance was most satisfactory satisfactoryyesterday satisfactoryyesterday satisfactoryyesterday
yesterday In addition to the large turn turnout turnout ¬
out from Washington a large delegation delegationof
of Boumi Temple came over from Balti Baltimore Baltimere Baltimore ¬
more beaded by their potentate Mr MrRaymond MrRaymo MrRaymond
Raymo Raymond td states that the returns show showthat shoWthat showthat
that the attendance attendanetwas was in the neighbor neighborhood nelghborbeod neighborhood ¬
hood of o 4000 4000The 4000The 4OO 4OOThe
The athletic and iId other contests formed formedthe formedthe formedthe
the main feature eatwe of the jtfany attrac attractions attractiOD attractions ¬
tions tiOD and were ere duly dUIJappre appreciated Cf ated by bythose bythose
those who availed avail themselves themsel es of the op opportunity opportunlty opportunity ¬
portunity portunityThe portunltyThe 1 1The
The following relaying is a ltTof l Sro the contests contestsand contcsts21d ontestsand
and the wieners wienersAlmas Ders
100 yard raeeW rnceWon 1 by y E H EJone EJoneAlmas E Jones JonesAltuSs
Almas 012 OURuaat O12i O12iRunning
Ruaat Running two Ups ips and uicf umt irmpWon + Won Won by byCharles byChArles byCharles
Charles B Siegntund Boumi BowniZfoet 32 i feet 11 11inches 11inches 11inches
inches inchesStanding inchesStanding inchesStanding
Standing two hops and jump jumpWon Won by byF byF byF
F D McNew Almas AImaa 27 T feet feetjump feetRuaDfng feetRunning
Running broad jump jumpWOJl Won by Dr r C CH CH CH
H H batty Almas 12 I feet 4 inches inchesStaadtog InchesStaDdlPg inchesStanding
Standing bf btoacl oad jumpWon jump Won by Z Z D DBlackstoae DBlacluKoBe DBlackutone
Blackstoae Almas 8 feet liach liachPnttiBg 1 inch inchPuttiag inchPutting
Putting the 16lb shot otWon Won by Frank FrankK FrankK FrankK
K K Raymond Almas 30 feet 2 inches inchesPotato inchesPotato inchesPotato
Potato ra raeeWon Won by Wilby Asbfcy AsbfcyAlmas AChbylmu AsbbyAlmaL
Almas AlmasSack AlmaLSack lmu lmuSack
Sack race raceWon WOH By y Jobs Jl B J erp Ci Crosloy CrosloyAitnas lo loAlmas lor lorlmas
Almas AitnasFat lmas j jFat i iFat
Fat men meas a race raeeWOIl W a by Edward EdwardiT EdwardiTGard J JGardner L LGardner
Gardner Gard r Almas AlmasWfieelbmrrew Almasbeelbarr 4hnsLWheelbarrow
Wheelbarrow beelbarr w raee raeeWoa raeeW Woa WoaVoJkmmn a by iVA iVAVolkman Vc VcVolkman
Volkman Almas AlmasHurdle AlmaaHurde AlmasHurdle
Hurdle race ra raceWoe Woa BY E B Jones Al AlTug AlIDaii Alman ¬
man IDaiiTug
Tug of war wa between bet ea representatives representativesofWashington of ofWashington o oWashington
Washington Commasdery Cot mudecy Xo 1 and Co Columbia C CIlJmbia Columbia
lumbia Commaadery No 2 IWon Won Wonby WonbyWashlagton by byWashtagtoc byWashington
Washington Commander No 1 1Threelegged L LThreelegged l lThreelegged
Threelegged race raceWon Woa by b F Fe O Mc McKnew 1c 1cKnew icKnew
Knew and Thomas Mitchell Mitchell56yard litcl1el1eyard Mitchell5yard
56yard swimming r rCharles ra raceWon eon 1by 1byCharles by byCharles
Charles F Miller Almas AlmasTub AlmasTub AlmasTub
Tub race raceWoo Woa by Mr Chanel Chanelworth ChanelworthBaltimore ChanelworthBaltimore worth worthBaltimore
Baltimore BaltimoreThe BaltimoreThe i iThe
The contesting ball teams were comj comjpoeed com compoted cornposed
posed of the t e following players Almas AlmasCoates AlmasCoates AlmasCoates
Coates 2b b Volgbt 3b Blumer as alSHughes ssHughes j
Hughes rf Kennedy e c McKinney McKinneyct i icf
cf Flllus p Loeffier lb and Ashby AshbYU j
If The Boumi Temple team of Balti Baltimore B lU lUmore ltlmore ¬
more consisted of Eckels 3b Sieg Siegmund Siegmund Slogmund
mund c t Davis p Max If Stevens Stevenslb Stevenslb Stevenslb
lb Wiederwell cf cL Calkins 2b ib Puts PutjaS8
S8 and Cbenwith rf rfNine rrNine rtNine
Nine innings were played and the thehome thehome thehome
home team won by a score of 10 to 5 5The 5The 5The
The tug of war teams were composed of ofthe otthe ofthe
the following nobles Washington Com Commandery Commandery Cornatandery
mandery No 1 IRalph Ralph Lee captain and andanchor andanchor andanchor
anchor Ed Gardner Tim Carroll and andJacobus andJacobus andJacobus
Jacobus Jones Columbia Commandery CommanderyNo Command Ij IjNo2Tommy
No No2Tommy 2 2Tommy Tommy Walker captain W H HFisher HI HFisher
Fisher Fisberdoohor anchor C C B Matthews andi andiWarrea and andWarre andWarren
Warren l A A Coffin CoffinAfter CotIlDAfter CoilsAfter
After the baseball game Noble S SPorter SPorter SPorter
Porter House major First Regiment RegimentD 1 1D
D C N G gave an exhibition with withthe withthe I Ithe
the aid of a squad of thirty trained trainedBOIdiers trainedsoldiers j jsoldiers
soldiers of the Washington Light In Infantry Infantry Infantry ¬
fantry on modern modernmethoda methods of attack andi andidefense and aD11defense anddefense
defense
nIJIFFthIILTTA8K llIFFluULT TASK TO TOSTART U UTARTJULLIERIII
START TARTJULLIERIII TARTJULLIERIIIOperators COLLIERIES COLLIERIESOperators
Operators Claim They Are AreNot AreNot AreNot
Not Given Protection ProtectionCAUSE ProtectionCAUSE Prot ctio ctioCAUSE
CAUSE OF SHORTAGE SHORTAGE IN CARS CARSSay CARSSay CARSSay
Say That the th Conditions Ae Serious SerieusThroughout Se SeriousThroughout eus eusThoughout
Throughout the Mining Regions R gions and andGreat andGreat andGreat
Great Difficulty Will Be Experienced Experiencedin
in Getting Coal Into the Markets Markets2CEW MarketsJ MarketsEW MarketsNEW
J
NEW EW YORK Aug nWIth With the re resumption resumption Fesumption ¬
sumption of o operations operaliODsm to a number of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the collieries of the anthracite fields fieldsthere ffeJ Ileldathere a athere
=
there has arisen an unlocked for dif difficulty dlfDeuIly difSculLy ¬
ficulty according according to several severa coal oper operators operators opecators ¬
ators in this city A Ar representative pr8llentauve of ofone ofone ofone
one of the large coalearryiag coalearrying roads roadssaid road roads8idloday roadssaid
said s8idloday today that the State Statea Stekd and county au authorities authorities authorities ¬
thorities especially the sheriffs and andconstables lUldcoD8tables andconstables
constables were not doing their utmost utmostto utmostto utmostto
to protect property and aDl1 prevent reyent vio violence 110lenee yb yblence ¬
lence lenee
leneeMany
Many of the various variouadulT duly constituted constitutedofficers constitutedofficers constitutedofficers
officers of the law said he tare are afraid afraidof afraidof raid raidof
of losing political prestige if they resist resistthe resisttbe resistthe
the strikers in their attempts npts to prevent preventnonunion preventnonunion preventnonunion
nonunion men and deserters from the theuni theunion theunbos
uni union OB ranks from working workingNot workingNot orkiDfCN
Not N at Given Proper Protection ProtectionI
I do not think that the tlt proper pro protection Jr6tectJon proteotlon
tection is hems offered and certainly we wehare w ware weare
hare are not able to place implicit confidence confidencein
in many mmv of the State and county author authorities authorities authorItles ¬
ities itiesIt
It H of course a much more serious seriousand lierlomand edriousand
and difficult task to start collieries collierieswhen collierieswhen collierieswhen
when such a state of affairs exists be because because because ¬
cause we have no right under any cir circumstances clrcumstaooM etrcumstanees
cumstances to jeopardise jeor erdDe > life and prop property property property ¬
erty Should the operators be certain certainnat certainnat certainnat
nat everything would be done to main maintain malntarn maintafa ¬
tarn quiet and order the question of ofmining ofmining I Imin
mining min iag coal would be greatly simplified simplifiedThis strnpiiedThis
This statement I think thini finds substan substantiation sotanU aubatnntition ¬ 1
tiation U tfoJ in the experience experle e we have had hadwith Badviththe hadivith
with viththe the collieries we are now oper operating operatlng operating ¬
ating atingS
atlngDifikuIt
S Difficult to Get G t Cars CarsIt CarsIt CirsIt
It was said today t y that because of an aninsufficient aninsuftleient aniosucient
insufficient number of ears considerable considerabledifficulty conslder considerabiedifliculty bie biedlmcuJty
difficulty has been encountered encount rcd in get getting getttng getting ¬
ting soft coal on the matket As a re result result resalt ¬
sult the price of bituminous bitum IlOU coal has hasgoae hasgODe hasgone
gone up from340 from 4O to 3iG S3 a ton along alongside alongside alongside ¬
side sideine sideJ
ine J ne cause of the sl shortage in cars is issaid Issaid Issaid
said to t be that many cars ear wJaich have havebeen bav bavbeen havebeen
been carrying soft coal have been n di diverted diverted dlverted ¬
verted to the hard coal field fteJda to view viewof viewof
of the prospective resumotaon tioll there thereThen thereThen thereThen
Then too the fact that the cropmoving cropmovingseason er ropznoylngseason pmoving pmovingsealtOn
season is at hand has further ei complicat complicated ¬
ed matters because box cars which in inthe Intbe inthe
the last fee months have nave bees usea for fortransporting fortransporting fortransporting
transporting bituminous coal coal are now nowneeded nowecI nownetited
needed ecI There U also a shortage nt rtage in inlocomotives InlocoClott InlocomotIves
locomotives locomotivesBEHEST locoClott locomotIvesRICIIE8T yes yesRICHEST
BEHEST MINIM MINi CAMP CAMPIB CAMPIN CAMPp
p IB Il ALL THE WORLD lOfiLBStrike WORLDStrike ORLB ORLBStrike
Strike at Tonopah TonopahNev i5ev ev Sur Surpasses Surpasses Surpasses ¬
passes All Previous Finds FindsCARSON FmdsCARSON FindsCARSON
CARSON Nov NeT Aug 9A A dispatch dispatchfrora dl dispatchfrom patehfrom
from Butler ButlerNye Nye county where wher the t e fa famous famous famane ¬
mous Tenopah mines are situated says saysA sasA sayaA
A strike has been nmade made here which whichmakes whiehmakes whichmakes
makes makes Tonopah TODO l without a doubt the rich richest richest richest ¬
est mining camp in the world The Thestrike Tbestrlkc Thestrike
strike was II made at 488 feet r on the Miaah Miaahextension Miaabe Misahextension
extension e cnslon ledge about a mile and a aquarter aquarter aquarter
quarter east eastof of the original workings on oathe onthe onthe
the famous ledge It is practically a anew anew anew
new strike strikeThere strikeTberc strikeThere
There was no surface indication of ofany orany ofany
any value and the ledge is said to ex extend extend eztend ¬
tend from the original mine to the place placefrom placetrom placefrom
from where the strike was made The Theore Theore Theore
ore resembles resembiesthat that struck in the Frac Fraction Fraction Fraclion ¬
tion and is very rich richTHREW richTHREW richTHREW
THREW AWAY 1700 BAGS BAGSOF BAGSOF RAGSOF
OF SUGAR TO GET FREE FREENEW FREENEW
FREEJ J
NEW YORK Aug 29The The British Britishsteamship Britishsteamllip Britishateamehip
steamship Gienwood with a cargo of ofsugar I Isugar I Ifugar
sugar from Cuban ports arrived hero herolate herelate herolate
late last last night and reported that on onAugust onAugust onAugust
August U near Caibarien Cabari en Cuba she ran ranaground ranaground
aground and war obliged to throw 1700 1700bags 1700bags 1700bags
bags of sugar overoard and obtain as assistance assistance asaistance ¬ I
sistance to get off offShe ofShe offShe
She got off safely four days late but butIt butit butit
It cost 7000 to defray the expense of offloating oei oei110atlng I Ifloating
floating her I
TELEPHONE GIRLS TO TOTAKE TOTAKE
TAKE A TRIP TRPABROAD TRPABROADThevlisses ABROAD ABROADTheltisses
The Theltisses Misses Schcebel of This City Par Participate Participate Participate
ticipate in Romance of Lady LadyBrnmroa LadyDrum LadyDrnmond
Brnmroa Drum Drnmondile ond ondlbe < L LThe
The Washington young ladies who areemploycd areemployed
employed as s operators in the longdis longdistance 101Q longdinIsncC > dis distancet ¬
tance tancet telephone epbone office o ce at Fifteenth and andP aadF andF
F Streets northwest expeot la the near nearfuture nrfuture nearfuture
future to io take a trip abroad as guests guestsof guestof guestsof
of a young wuaun who is employed in inthe fathe Inthe
the same capacity in the New York of ofBce office oflice
lice Tb They y are the Misses Carrie and andLouise audLoui andLouise
Louise Loui e Schnebel bnebel of 521 Florida Avenue Avenuenorthwest AveDuenortbwest Avenuenorthwest
northwest and their NeW York friend friendis friendis friendIs
is Miss nBS May Harriet Druaimond of 1354 1354Fulton I3Fulton 1354Fulton
Fulton Street Brooklyn BrooklynAbout Brook Brooklyn BrooklynAbout rn rnAbout
About eighteen months lOOBt ago the young youngladies youngladles youngladies
ladies became acquainted a lntM over the wire wiream wireand wireantI
and am in the course couse of time they ex exchAnged cxchanged exchanged ¬
changed pictures Later Miss Drum Drnmmond Drummond Drummood
mond visited the Misses Schnebel at attheir atthalr attheir
their home here ADd informed them of ofher ofher ofher
her intention to take then thell1 on the trip tripBy tripBy tripBy
By the death some time ago of the Earl Earlof Eadof Earlof
of Perth one of the wealthiest of the theScottish theScottt theScottish
Scottish h nobility the young lady ia to tocome LOcome tocome
come into the possession posH8S on or < t a vast e etate ett etttate estate
tate the anaua an annual ualineome income from whisk wh fk is issaid Issaid ISsaid
said to be 250000 She expects expec soon to togo togo togo
go abroad and antlhaa has promised to take the theMisses theMisses theMisses
Misses Schnebel with her herMiss helMiss herMiss
Miss Drummoad i is the granddaughter granddaughterof
of the late earl and since it has come cometo cometo cometo
to the knowledge of the other operators operatorsshe olt operatorshe latorshe >
she he has been known along the line as asLady asLady
I Lady Drummond Drummond She still continues continueson
on duty dut at he her switchboard Miss UM Drum Drummond Drummond Drummond ¬
mond is about 22 years of age and a d d her herWashington betashington herWashington
Washington ashington friends are about the same sameGOTTOfl AIDeGOTTON sameGOTTOIN
GOTTOfl CROP fflOSTS fflOSTSIHIICATE TIEPORTINBICATE EPORTSINDICATE
INDICATE LARGE YIELD mmrGood YIELDGod YIELDG3od
God Conditions Conditi ns in Texas TexasUp TexasUp TexasUp
Up to toThIs This Time TimeWill TimeWill TimeWill
Will Offset Off t Too Much Feat in Georgia GeorgiaAlabama GeorgiAl GeorgiaAlabama
Alabama Al bama and Mississippi MississippiQuaI MississippiQuaity Qual Quality ¬
II
ity Above A ove the Average AverageSpecial Average5pee18 AverageSpecial
i
Special 1 reports on cotton indicate indicatequite Indicatequito 1
quite as a large arge a yteM this year as last lastDuns eatDuns lentDuns
Duns Review will say tomorrow tomorrowConditions wlIIOrroWConditions tomorrowConditions
Conditions have been Unfavorable tn znfavorable vorable ia iasome laSGme issome
some sections Sections of oCthe the South In the im important Important inspOrtant ¬
portant cotton producing States of ofGeorgia ofGeorgia ofGeorgia
Georgia Alabama and Mississippi H slSlppl the theextreme I Iextrcme Iextrctne
extreme heat of August will cause a aconsiderable ac9D acenaiderable
considerable c9D lderable curtailment of production productionand prD1luctionand productionand
and injury from rust is reported reportedIn
In Texas where fully W per e1 cent of the thecrop thecrop thecrop
crop is raised indications point to a alarger alarger alarger
larger yield than tbanlast last year and this in increase increG5a Increase ¬
crease will in part offset t the loss 1Otilnthe in the theother theother
other States mentioned These four fourStates fourSlates fourStatoc I
States produce fafly fun twothirds of all allcotton allcotton allcotton
cotton grown There Therehes has been little littleinjury littleInjury littleInjury
injury in the Atlantic At1antlcC Coast States Ten Tennessee Tenflumes ¬
flumes and Arkansas and In these the theyield theyie theyield
yield yie will 11 exceed last year yearIn yearIa ecr ecrIn
In general the quality of the product productia
ia gcod Extreme conditions of heat in insouthern in8O Insouthern
southern 8O 1tbern Texas southern Louisiana and andsections andsections I ISKtlODS
sections of Mississippi have fruited the theplant theplant theplant
plant much more readily than antici anticipated anticipaLed ¬
paLed Pliteda a month agoaad the plant is isshedding isfiMdlnS isshedding
> shedding freely tr y oa o account e of these theseconditions theseconditions theseconditions
conditions Reports of injury by insects insectshave insectshave J Jhave
have not been substantiated The qual quality qualI qualIIty quality ¬
ity of the new cotton thus far mar marketed marketed
keted at New Orleans Orl ns is above the aver average avera averare ¬ I
age a e
ageGenerally Generally Generau eGenerau 1 planters PI an rs are re in better bet ter anan ananeial Snancial
eial condition than last year Southern Southernbanks SouthernHDks Southernbanks
banks have not been to date large bor borrowers borrowers herrowers ¬
rowers ia the East The large move movement movement movemeat ¬
ment of currency this year through the theSubtreasury theSubtreasury theSnbtreasury
Subtreasury in New York Yor by transfer to toNew toew toNew
New ew Orleans has been for the settlemeRt settlemeat settle settlement ¬
meat meRt of other accounts 2 unL8 outside of o cot cotten cotten cotten
ten tenStill
Still some funds will l be needed before beforethe beforethe beforethe
the end of the season but less than in inprevious Inprevl0U6 inprevious
previous years Labor conditions are areDOnnal arenormal I Inormal
normal and while wb le there tbereis is no surplus surplusat
at leading points it is believed there tberewflI therewill j jwill
will be ample supply at average wages wagesLOCAL wagesLOCAL wagesLOCAL
LOCAL MENTfON MENTfONFive MENTfONFive MENTIONFive
Five Bottles Zinfandel Claret Claret Si SiDnndlyX StDooDdlys r rflonmellvs
DnndlyX flonmellvs 14th and I sts sta nw Phone Wl2 Wl2PERFECT 4Ol2Ora iOu iOuB
4Ol2I I
Ora B Lyons LyonsPERF Ljf LjfPRFCT
PERFECT PERFECTAN PERF PRFCTTh CT CTTooth
Tooth Powder PowderAr
AN ELEGANT TOILET LUXURY LUXURYUsed lUXURYUsed LUXURY5Used
Used by people of refinement for forover forover forover
over a quarter of a century
lush n I s1 I i iI
J Jim Dumps was quite cast down downonce downonce P
7 J once more moreBy moreBy Re RCE FOR FORBy
I By poor poortradoathisgrocerysto poortradoathisgrocerystoAtlast trade at his grocery store storeThe storeThe °
The crowds all seemed to pass passhim passhim
him by byAt byAt
At Atlast last he piled his windows windowshigh windowshigh
high highVith v vWith FORCE FOR FORFORCE FORC
C ai With U Force and now what luck luckfor luckforhim luckAbusyrnartis
for forhim forhimA him I IA
A Abusyrnartis busy man is HSunnyJirn HSunnyJirnY Sunny Jim JimT
°
° FORCE FORCEPORQ FORCEErce
Erce Y 1M f1 PORQ FORChs ORCEFORC ORCEFORCSweet I
iLOrCe iLOrCerc I
T rc c ReadytoServe Cereal Cerealhelps CeeaIV
helps h hs business by byhelping ny nyhping
V helping ir health heaIhSwectcrisp JY JYh
h Sweet Sw Swectcrisp tcri5Fl1a crisp flakes esor of wheat wheatandmalteatei and malt malteaten eaten fcold fcoldI cold coldEverybody coldEverybody
Everybody Praises It ItL t tCnstomers J
I L Cnstomers think kd Force the nealit nicost thiasferabres thing fer n a breakfast astfooathatthas i food lJib that has ever rJb been sold here 1 Every t
19 c body praises It j B C Hams
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5 I 0
I INO NO HANGING BUT BUTGALLOWS BUTGALLOWS
GALLOWS IN POSITION POSITIONMICHIGAN POSITIONXICHIGAX POSITIONMICHIGAN
MICHIGAN CITY Ind Aug 29A 29ADlfSsag 29kmessage A Amessage
message received r eJved by Warden Il Junes D DRead DRead DRead
Read at 6 oclock last eye evening lag from IB IBdianapoite 1udiaDapoli8 indianapolls
dianapoite iafor iaforerror InfOlllMd Jlitft im that the gnv gnveruor v vt
error bad commuted the sentence of ofLewis ofLewis ofLewis
t Lewis Russell a murderer who 80 had hadbees hadDeeU badbeen
bees condetncsd con e1l1l to be bunged ha ge4 last D night nightThe nibt nibtThe ti tiTIM
The gallows had bees put putin in position pocdtioaaad positionand i iaDd
aDd all arrangements arraage1MJlts perfected for the thehanging thebanging I Ibanging
banging The T1 Tl wBCdRreNue warden TWJ the death deathwarrant deathWBlTa8t deathwarrant
warrant to the prisoner late in the af afteraoon arI atternoon
teraoon When othe the warden wardeae entered iered the thedeath Ulej Ulejdeatb thedeath
death chamber cbambr and informed Iut < DlM Russell R I1of1 I1of1the of ofthe ofthe
I the communication commu lcatieD from the governor governorthe governorthe I
the prisoner stared blankly blanklyWhen blanklyWhen blanklyWhen
I When the warden explained d the pur purport purport parpoet ¬
port ot 0 the telegram the prisoners face facebrightened facelbrightened i ib
brightened b btened and he said quietly I Ithought Ithouht Ithought
thought I was gone sure surethat that my time thnewas timewas timewag
was not long J
i i iI
I Ladies J U1 d les Shoes Shoesi ShoesLadies Ch oes I
i Ladies Oxford Tteaad ncl Straps that thatt thatsold I IIIOJd
t sold in the Tiankter Trankl stock ock for SLW 1001 1001I 150 i ito
125 Ui sndL5O nd mwpocsh c111C c111Cto
I to go ia 111 tins tbwLadies t mis misI Ie at 6ocl 7
f
f
I Ladies High IiighButton IiighButtonand igh Button Buttonand
and Latce I SHoesy Sles n nea W atones shapes Bans Besnlar Bansliar
I liar lar i i IM and Wzs = ed2kisdt SZ litok > bathe the QJC QJCI 9R 9RTra fl7CTrankler 7 7i 7Childrens
I TranHer Tra kJ si seekat fc fcChildrens 1 1Childrens
i
j
Childrens Shoes Shoesj Sl ShoesBoys oes oesBoys
Boys aDd Youths us and UiO UiOI 110Sboegood
Shoe Sboegood good lay peiy school footwear footwftIand footwearand
j I and offered in in this sale ale at a aj 96 Q icc iccprice C Cpriee
j price to sate you 011 oaq money 7 U
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I
BOARD OF ARBITRATION ARBITRATIONTO
TO SETTLE DIFFERENCES DIFFERENCESThere
There Will Be No Strike of f the t e Chicago ChicagoTJafea Chica ChicagoUnion c cUa
Union on Traction Employes EmployesCHICAGO EmployesCHICAGO ExnpioyesCHICAGO
CHICAGO Aug 2S ftTbero Ther Tb > T will he e no nostrike nOstrike nostrike
strike of ttte thto1ItIktONl tGodttetors gripajpr and andmotormen andrmen atdrnoi
motormen rnoi rmen OR 4t a flIt Union Traction Tree ion Com Comay om ompUy oaiAt
pUy pUyAt ay ayAt
At last ast nights meeting cf toe t be union unionfBpioyes unionfIIPloy unioneinpioyes
fBpioyes fIIPloy s of fhr tn tn company it iJ itas as a ikJdr1 ikJdr1to cleIdcdto < f Idri Idrito
to submit all grievances ta tel tc the bccrd cf cfarbitration ofatbitratleu
arbitration at itratt n A committee on nittte from the theunicn th thunic theonion
onion unic ffttl prepare a list of the sriev srievawes One r1ev r1evances
awes 811 < e today They will in bo prpscrrjd pTcsn oM to toPreaWent toPreeMent O OPrQi4Est
PreaWent Retch of a tae company carnpant fcf fcff befose
f fose < xr e the t end < nd of the we week < k Clarfuce C3t e S SHarrow SBarrow
Harrow the ac lawyer h < t was fhoscn as threpresentative th threpresentative
representative r Jl v on on i toe u union un ion board of ofarbitration orarbftratlCR ofThe
arbitration arbitrationThe
The 43jn aay8 > ys representative tatm has not notbeen notbeen notbeen
been named
I
I I I L LANSBURUUBROa LANSBURUUBROaoee Ar + i16Bi p U TTiO4 i B OA VJ
Store Sf oee ape S twnjay ftf evenings reingB Dp until It OcJ oc o cSek k L MewJay enda Y feting beusgtshot lfccr Day store will close eat closeat cioseA
at 1 orfoct orfoctSome orIodSom orloctSome
Some Interesting InterestingSaturday InterestitlgSpeci Sperias for forSatllrday r rSathrday0
Saturday
f Big Corset Values ValuesThoraaons Valuef Va1i Va1iThounons
f
Thoraaons Jfrdle mad ni f tap tapand taP 15c 15caatl 7 CC CCand
and boned with coraSfne OIII1iwWale J Ipeell cST I IPriac iPvlswes
Priac Pvlswes of i Wale Wgl toisets 0IItts made of olCowtft olCowtfti Cbstfl Cbstflsh Coutlidsvt
sh dsvt > rt and nwdnna i Irn ths S 5p t AOC AOCal 69c 69cGtoftftttias C Ccial
cial al O OTbomw U7 U7Themess >
Tbomw Gtoftftttias 3oTftttin Cenet C0Gni6a made of offtrrmf eftIt ofMrong
ftrrmf tIt ntti net ua from m IS to 2S A7C A7Cregular AJC AJCrerulsr j7Cregular
regular prtre 1OJ 1O3 sp IICiS1 u uTbmngoo att hh S SThmnsoaa
Tbmngoo BiMHtcrcd cm1 Ccrset C made of Cfea Cfeatil util Cbvtil
til strafeht raight front Imr bust long IO 6 ic CQC CQChij 9 oc ochip C Chip
hip hip regular r 1UW frier pri ne 10tt oo ooChildrens Special V J JChildrens s sChildrens
Childrens Dresses DressesSacrificed DressesFacrificed
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