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14 14 THh IH1 WASHIMTTON 11rttiH1i V A HI CTN lf TIMES 1Mr i11 sraiA rNDAY N1 1Y DECEMBER 21 21 1902 it10
MRS i IM IN STATE STATECoroner STATEOF TTE I
OF PHYSICAL COLlAPSE COLlAPSECoroner OLAPSECoroner i
Coroner Satisfied Sa tisfied She Poi Poisoned Poisot Poisoned ¬
soned sot Ed Mrs WilsonlLLISlAJmC Wilsonv Wilson rVtlSonWI
WI v lLLISlAJmC I Conn c Dec tills 2t Mrs Mrsiiilie 11 11Lilllf
iiilie Muse > > w wttoia o is in Jail at Brook Brookin Brookvn
1 vn in thia State charged a sraed with WI WIIII poiaou pefsosiuc poiaouintr
iuc intr III Mrs Irs Julia Wilson Wi the > toother tiler ofh of ofIIT r rr
IIT h r young UhC friend George Wilson Wi is I re reported ftlJurtPd eelxrtd ¬
ported today toda to be In a pitiable physical physicalcondition pkyskaltonditlon 1II711kaloDdltloD
tonditlonShe condition conditionShe oDdltloDSht
She has lain la on the t couch at a the back be baitof
of her h r cell U ever everalnce since iDee she waa locked oekedIII up upiii1 espamt
amt III has protested whenever wer food has hasl
l b > t < n offered to her begglag the matron matronof ratranor u uII
of II i he jail to bring her Mf s something tlat that thatvoui thatKouid
voui 0111 make her go g to sleep so that she abea IM
wouM a lIIIl never wake wakeThe up 1IJLTbf
Tb The woman WO las be also asfe aIIoi4 d for a ouartor quart quartnt rt
or ampbor spirits Apparently she 1Ie ha haho has hash
ho h > jiabtt iii bit of drinking drlDklD this tJU and in the theopinion tMm theapmion
opinion < m of the county OUDt authorities tb ritin ritinp this thisa
p a 4 > xptaia the disposition of the theiianttries theaanrirlea
iianttries 11anttrl of alcohol which wbrc lira Munsun Munsunis II IIkuoWD
is known to have bought bout of the drug drugBsoros dragsorea
Bsoros all u over the county eo1IDt She 1M saM that thatsh tblsh thatah
sh bought boll U sad flavored It with pep peppormint pepyermint p piH
pormint iH > rmlnt extract e ract for Mrs W1 WUaon < laon D to toUrink t4tr1l1k todrink
drink Urinkforoner drinkcoroner r1l1k r1l1kt
coroner t oroDer Bill soday leafed that on onlh snthe
lh the < day d before Mrs I Wilanun Reath eath a awoman awoman
woman om of the lb Ht description of LtHtaa 11 Mun MunBOU MaaSOh 3ueson
son accommuiied ac led by b a man who resem resembled me mebld reeeutbled ¬
bled George Geor Wilson went eat to a drug drugEtore dn dnJlorf drugtore
Etore tore and 114 asked James Jam Cahxm the t clerk clerkfor clftklor clerkfor
for a large lr e quantity of alcohol 1 1lJUDf and an anoun asuun
oun lJUDf > e of arsenic eDlc solutionCalnen solution solutionCalnen enluUoaCainen
Calnen asked what the a arsenic Seale te was wa to toio tot II III
t io I used for The woman wo sad aid that It Itwas ItWtllI lwas
was to be given to an invalid a11d a11dfrom m doses dosesfrom doesthe
from two to ten te grains Although the theii t tOllt tdoaca
doaca ii Ollt > 8 > 8 Me ueasd simss reasonable reaaeaat le to the clerk clerkb clerkbl clerkpniwa
b bl > refused to sail 1 this theThe I8IMaati I8IMaatiTIlt poison poisonTin
Tin > coroner oroner is I continuing eoatlnl his III Investi Investigation Invoatlet ¬
gation 181 > et ton among the drug stores cores of the themumy t touDty ltouaty lee
mumy He IMp says that he Is t satisfied satisfiedtimt sauaedt aatleA aatleAC ed
timt t hit 11i 1 the I hp applicant for the poison poIIIOtaI w wMrs was wasMrb es
Mrs I r Munaou Munaoulieorge Munasutirorge 1 UDIIOII UDIIOIItitor8c
lieorge Wilson against whom there therebag DCftbas bcre bcrehas
bag been b < > D much comment Dt since alae the death deathtf cleat cleattJf deathnt
tf his motbT motb aDd arrest of the t woman womanhom weanwhom n nhom
whom hom be introduced Intr introdltced ced into I let his anothers anothersbmse aothera aotherabinse tber tberhonst
bmse dlsappearM flfOB the little 11tt 11ttor aam aamor bat bat1t
1t or Adford Ash ford today todavThere toda todaTtIPrf todayThore
There will he no session IOII of the court conna conrtlarch
a mil March an and Mrs n Marion will prob probt probIIJ probti
t IIJ ti > ly lie 11 in jail under commitment It1DeDt from fromrh lro lroh fromht r
rh h ht < > coroner until Jtll the gVsfd in i11 ai d uy jury can canpass caDpa ca capass n
pass pa 811 upon har C enst enstSHOOTS N NSHOOTS S SSHOOTS
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SHOOTS OFFICERS OF LAVIAND LAVI LAVIAND LAXAND
AND ISKILLED BY PURSUERS PURSUERSK PURSU1tRSFRlINGTON S
K ARMINGTOX i Iowa low Dec 2810 2010o In a at atof Itor
of o ungovernable temper provoked by an annnipt a atempt D Dfmpt
tempt to arrest arr him George Stilwell StilwellIHSI StilwellJa StnwelJail l
Jail Ja night fthot and mortally IDOrtaJ17lly wouador wouadorMarshal woosdedivy
ivy Marshal Robert Coulter aged pea six sixiwo s1 s1vtwo hr hrytwo
ytwo iwo sad am Justin of the Peace A 1 1Msirrove B Bfl 1 1fsgrove <
Msirrove fl lrot aged fixtyBve After an ex exI x xnin
nin r I r I in n < < chase halle by a posse potI8 ratted by Mayor MayorF MOI MOIJ hla hlaj yor
J F i Ketchum in which Stilwell flred Dnd DndJ a alno rM
5 lno iTiTous J nlfrou rota shots without hitting lttlD anyone anyonev uroDeIIl1I
v wi IIl1I p snot < < to death
MURDERESS NOTE COT COTOFF CUTOFF GUTOFF
OFF HOPEJOR HOP 1 1Evidence OR PARDON PARDONEvidence PARDONRvWeaa
Evidence of Mrs Kate Edwards l Guilt GuiltInfluenced GtailtIlveacd GuiltIaluesad
Influenced State Boord BoordHARltlBURO Bear BearHARXigBUHQ BtcrilHAUIBURG
HARXigBUHQ Dec 0 ieI ieIof 110Tire Th hoard hoardof hoardof
of paras pardoua as was influencrit laa hi Its It ac action uti aetloe ¬
tion ti Friday po In returning to t commute t the thedeath u utb firedeath
death tb sentence of MM Kate K Kdwarda Kdwardatne lidwardahe adwa adwatIN
tIN t he Beets county NaDt murderess ftU by a letter totterfrom letterflUla lettertrots
from Judge J lhruietr Knaeatrout w who tried the thecase tbeN thecane
case caneto N
la kla III hi letter leU which wl c wan made publk publkyesterday pablkftltftda publkyesterday
yesterday ftltftda the t judge says the t Edward Edwardwoman Jrdwlinlwea Sdwrrdswoman
woman wrote a note eot to t Samuel Grea GreaI tlrerason Orea Oreason
I son oa Oft of Edwards 6dwrd Cd murderers de askingher asking askinghim lltE
him to t cone to her borne kelp make makeher makei makeher
I
i her husband drank and throw kin la the thecistern t thecistern
I cistern ct which was wa the way la which whichthe wlalea0141 whichthe
the old man was done away aw with withJudge Wit WitI withJudge
I Judge Krmentraat ErlHltt t says It l 18 for the theboard theI theboard
I board boa to say whether whether there shall be any anydileresa attydifference
i difference la the pnalsanteal betweenthe between betweenthe blot blotidle
idle the instigator tMdp and the one who W Joins Joinsthe jotnI loinsthe
the Instigator In the perpetration of the thecrime thecrime i ierlme
I crime crimeI J I Ii
i I do not think be adds U t proper properto properto j
to Irterfere IN in I the matter one way ws or orthe orthe I
I the otter believing IITID that the t hoard JoardI of ofpardons ofpardoaa
I Itile
pardons will conscientiously eoacleatko sly do whatthey what whatthey
I they tile believe belle to be their dtttjr dut upon uPIMII a acareful acareful
careful delta tle dellberatlos > Uttoa sratlaa of Uw ease easeCourse eneCoareet esaeCourael
I
Course for the woman w applied lIed for a arehfrtnr aI arehtarlar
rehfrtnr before the board and the theCHANGES thecue thecase
I cue will ill be beard nt at its January meet meettaq t tla
taq taqCHANGES la
CHANGES AUTHORIZED IN INENGINEER INENGINEER INENGINEER
ENGINEER DEPARTMENT DEPARTMENTThe DEP ARTMErlT ARTMErlTTIM
The District OomMiaatoner yesterday yesterdayauthorised ytenlatborlaed yesterdayauthorized
authorized tborlaed the following lollowt changes cha la the theengineer t teqt8Hr theengineer
engineer departmentThat department departmentThat deDII nt ntTlaat
That T Lanbam LaDbt Jr skilled 1I1ed laborer la lathe latile Iathe
the Parkins PUt Commission eo at 12 1 per day Oaybe daybe
be 1 e hereafter rated rat aa clerk at t the Ut same samecompensation acscompensation ae aeeoaapenaaUOD
compensation eoaapenaaUODMIat compensationThat compensationThat
That the resignation r lpatloa of William WIll T TVanderaUee TVaadereUee TVanderaUee
VanderaUee bridgeheeper at the Ana Anaeostla AaacoaU
eostla coaU bridge be accepted a pted and ad that B T TStall TStan
Stall be appointed bridge keeper kHt at t tper i JM JMper M
per month to All the vacancy vacancyLARCENY vacue vacueLARCENY vacancyLARCENY
LARCENY THE CHARGE CHARGEThe CHARGEThe CHARGEThe
The trial of John Watson Wt who whocharged f fcharged Ia Iacba
charged cba with having attacked attaeked84 and ribbed ribbedMra rJbbedMn ribbedMr
Mra Mr Josephine Jo plal Taylor near Fourteenth Fourteenthand PftrtU1Id Peurteeataid h
and 1Id C Streets northeast will be held ht to torow toro tomorrow
morrow row ro The police poll say he admits admit it kls klsguilt blapllt hl s
guilt Watson led the t policemen a live lively ¬
ly I chase c and attempted to escape cpe to Isawaap a aswamp
swamp across the Eastern Kabei s Branch kilackhis When Whenhis D
his photograph was taken for Ibefrogaes Ibefrogaesgallery ftaeopeaplter tbehogrueagallery
gallery yesterday aterda morning 1 he said 4 be hehad
had been there t lito before fore The notice sa sahe say saythe y ybe
be peat one year la the Moundsrtlle Moundsrtllepenitentiary MonedMlptnitentfary I Ipeala
penitentiary peala for robbery robberyMAX robbe1JMAX
MAX WASMUKDS W FUNERAL FUNERALThe lUifERALTIlle
The funeral of Max Wasmuad Waawaddied who wholy wtIodied
died suddenly weal ly Friday morutng w seI1 seI1held l he heheld
held in New York tomorrow The Thewas beiy beiywas bed bedwas y
was taken from tt a this UtI city clt last evening eveningind eYealacnd evni at
end nd mss w accompanied ceoled to Baltimore aty b by bymembers bymember y
member of the order of Krflghtn of ofPythias 01Prtb o oPythias t
Pythias Prtb to which organisation he was wasattached wuattachPd w wattached sec
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lacv 1 lu c collars United anl led with fancy croch crocheelgr < roebe r rnl
nl elgr r ami a ti = trimmed with t braid silk frogs frogsiord frogord 1 98
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ladies Fine Xmas Waists WaistsPsaa Vaistsc
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GREAT GREAT BRITAIN BRITAIN EASILY EASILYDUPED EASILYDUPED EASILYDUPED m
DUPED BY DIPLOMATS DIPLOMATSOF I IOF
OF GERMAN GE AN EMPIRE EMPIREContinued EMPIREfmtisncd I Ifnliau
Continued fnliau < < CI from first tin illlt Pr PrssmmHtlag Psaesuppotad
suppotad to be very semltbe h std 4 ebony
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of ssmmHtlag ttac herself It heeaaae boos use af c ci the theCaught th thtlouroe etit e
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Caught By JI Germany GermanyForeign Get GermanyFereign
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Foreign statesmen who know kaewt how howstrong howstrong
strong t Is I the British diplomatic cIIp e tradftfcm tradftfcmIn t ua uaIn
In favor f of 0 having 111 < < our r hands free cannot cannotbut NJUNltbut rsanotbut
but be lmm IIIWIIHI immensely n lr struck by l y thus u seeing seeingue Nebl NebltNd aeetnaits
ue tied hand and f test to Germany ae It will willf willmm
mm to them tJM > 1D h strong proo proof f that Oar Germany G GI Oarmany < < ¬
many in I a external ext rMI matters is I running runningGreat rosiningGreat I IGrt
Great Britain which hi the effect ee which whiebrice whichthe wJd a
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the Kaiser most desires to produce produceThe prooftceMtt
The real and essential Ual disadvantage disadvantageof dlcYaa I I
of 0 the < t alliance aUla ee with QermanjMs it beads Mndaus beadsw
us to go on helping Germany Gea to the end endof IIIf1of osdof
of the chapter and to enforce claims claimsagainst ela claimsapiaot
against 1 Vcnernela the nature of 0 whichwe which whichwe wlalekwe
we appear to be bI entirely CDtI l ignorant of 0 We Wehave I
have indorsed the German claims c but butexcept butXC6pt
except in I the v vknowledge vaguest way we bye DO
knowledge kJt ledce of their nature natureThls natureThla I IThis I
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whole story tory It was madness to eater enterupett eaterup
11 up upett each UCIa an alliance without the mostdistinct most mostdistinct JDOIIttUUaaet
distinct Understanding ntandl as to the natureof nature natureof natureoC
of all claims elal put forward The strict trlct and alldhnperatlTe andImperative andImperative
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tion clause demanded equal strictnessu strictness trlrtn 88 88tla
tla in u the definition IDIUol1 of the t claims which whichwere whichwere whichwere
were to be Jointly Jolatl enforced enforcedAs ealoreedA enforcedAc
As A it fs we w are bound to go on sup supporting pupJIOrUD supporting ¬
JIOrUD porting Germany in coercive action actio over overclaims o oetal overclaims
claims etal which may be as a unreasonable as asthey a aUtey asthey
they are vague vagueWARRANT vapeW vagueWARRANT
WARRANT W ARRANT OF EXTRADITION EXTRADITIONFOR EXTRADITIONPOR EXTRADITIONFOR
FOR FRENCH FUGITIVE FUGITIVEA
A warrant for the extradition from this tbiscountry thiscoatrT thiseowsuy
country to France of Luis Lul Alfred Balensibaa Balensi Balen Balenbee j jhas
has been bee issued by b the State Department Departmentand Departmentlorwarded Departmentand
and forwarded by the French embassy embassyto
to New York where 1Iero Batensi Bale Is I held In Incustody 10cutotl7
custody Bolensi Bel to wanted In Paris Pari tor forthe tortlM
the alleged embezzlement bealeeDl of o 6800000 6800000TVs 1800000Itaaea 6600009fames
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i plaint pial of the French government t at the theSing theSba theStott
Sing Sba < < Sing prison INI where w he was servant servanta nJo nJoa
a term He HeaM had also been Imprisoned inthe in inthe Intbe
the Eastern Fast New York Reformatory at atNapnnocfa atiapanoeta
Napnnocfa Ulster county countyGEORGE QuatyGEORGE
GEORGE STONE TURNED TURD OVER OYERTO i iTO
TO OKFlCIALslH O OFFICIALS FICIALS IN II LONDON LONDONLONDON LONDONLONDON I
LONDON Dec 20 20GeorK 2OGeorges George Stone ar area r ¬ I IrHted
rested bore reverse weeks ego ea the thenominal thenominal
nominal minal charge e of having murdered anegro a anegro aro
negro ro In Chicago la 1893 189 but who is I be believed belleYid believed ¬
lieved to hare committed ltted several other othermurders othertasruhrs
murders 111 to Texas T xu was w turned over to toAmericas toAertea toAmericas
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extradition nttf and WM be taken to the theUnited the tbeUa theUnited
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for Monday MondayLadies YosdayLadies
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faked I with wide tie Special price Monday MondayMisses MondayMisses londa londaMisses
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ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION CELEBRATIONOF
OF PILGRIMS LANDING LANDINGForefathers lANDINGHFerefatkeu
Forefathers Day Banquet at First FirstCongregational FiratCtAlrolational FirstCongregational
Congregational Church Tomorrow TomorrowEvening TomerrowEVeRinc TomorrowEvening
Evening EveningThe EveningThe
The landing IaMI of the Pilgrims PI on the therockhouad tlteboUIId thetxttli
rockhouad txttli boUIId coast of Massachusetts t 2S2 2S2years mwtll 2 2years
years age will be celebrated by b the theWashington UleWlalactOD theWashington
Washington Congregational Club with Ita ItaFfHettMr2 a aFerefathere aFeretathera
Ferefathere Day banquet tomorrow tomorrownight tomorrowal tomorrowsight
night al K The thirtyftb annual e1 meeting meetingor
of the organization will also be Z Zbratet le lebrated k kbratwl >
bratwl at the tit same 1IIe time timeAn tlDIIIAn timeAn
An excellent program has been ar arranged arr8D arranged ¬
r8D ranged by the committee COAIlllltt in chars I of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the celebration consisting of a recep reception rereyLion ¬ I Ition
tion btmtiteas butlt eee session 101 and ntI dinner InDer The Thereception TJaorcpttoa Thereception
reception will he held at i oclock odoc In IIItbe Inhe
tbe t he parlors or the First CoqrepUoaal CoqrepUoaalChurch CtmireptfoanlChurch
Church leth and G Streets northwest northwestAt
At tt lab oclock the business meeting will willbe willbe willbe
be convened at which nominations and andelections aactIeeU andelections
elections IeeU to membership In the club will willbe wanbe willbe
be made followed by b reports of the out oatlook outlook outlook
look committee and on the limit ofmembership of ofmembership C CmemberaJllp
membership membershipThe
The dinner will follow immediately immediatelyafter Immedlatel Immedlatelafter Immediatelyafter
after the business session and d will 11I be beaerved beInPd beserved
served by th the < > ladies of the church churchElaborate churcbElaborat churchElaborate
Elaborate plans have been made for the thefeast tbffSIIt thefeaat
feast and it will be one judging Ju lIng from
the menu announced that t t will make the thehistoric tJlehiAtorle thehistoric
historic dinners of the stern Puritanapale Puritans Puritanspale Purltasple
pale Into insignificance Inlpl Grace will be besaid beId besaid
said Id by Prof Isaac Clark D D Di DI DAddresses
i Addresses appropriate to the occasion occasionwill ocea ocea1111I occas on onwill
I will be made at the conclusion of the tIafobalHtHt thebaattset
I banquet by Henry LUchHekl West Coat Coml Contmls Coat11P1
l 11P1 eaisltioaer mls oaer of o the District the Rev Ran Randolph Ramdelpb a aII ¬
dolph II McKlm rector of BaJnhaay BaJnhaayChurch Btd Btdaurea Rphaaychurch
Church Mr Justice Ja Je II B Brown of ofthe etthe t ttJte
the Supreme Court of the United Slate Slateand SUtt SUttalld Statesand
and the Rev C J Ryder R er secretary of ofthe oCUte ofthe
the American Missionary Association of ofNew etn ofNew
New n York YorkThe YortETlae YorkThe
The subject bjeet of the u Rev Dr MeKlms MeKlmsaddress MeKJ MeKJdttre iteKirsaddrew
address dttre will be The contribution trllMtUon or orthe o oUae outhe
the Colony OloUF of Virginia Ylret to the Mkl Making Makingof Mallia Malliao ag agof
of o the Republic IIt That of the Rev Dr DrRyder DrR7der DrRyder
Ryder will be The American High Highlanders HIPlalldera Highlanders ¬
landers The subjects of the t other ad addresses ttddr888H addrsiae ¬
dresses have not been announced announcedMusic
Music will 11I be gives at t Intervals laterva In Inthe Iatile Inthe
the course pf the th ep speaking akng by b the Oar Oarriab Oarrtall Oarnab
nab quartet composed of D G f Miller Millerirst JIt11erarst llIIerInt
irst tenor H G Simons Siano second tenor tenorJohn teDerJoita tenorJohn
John K 1 Blaekmar first bass a sad J JWalter Jlter JWalter
Walter lter Humpher second baas b The Tit officers of officers ofleer ¬
ficers leer and committees of the club are aa aafollows aetollow asfollows
follows President the Rev John I Illwell U USwell L LEwell
Swell D D vice presidents the Rev RevK Rp RevR
K 11 N Kirby Prof J W Checkering ChlckeringGen ChickeringGen CheckeringCm I
Gen Cm Ellin Em Spear Prof George J Cum Curamings Cumming Cumminga
ming secretary G A L Merrtaeldtreasurer Merrlfleld Merrlfleldtreasurer erriftelll erriftellltrell8urfr
treasurer Alfred Wood WoodExecutive WoodEx WoodExecutive
Executive Ex > tuUvt > committee The Th above 8boTen
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named officers and A L Sturtevant J JF JF
F 1 JohasoH JOIi8I OR and A D ChatSeldOulluok ChatfteM ChatfteMOutlook ChaUleJdOut1
Outlook Out1 ok committee IBIBI A U L I Sturtevant Sturtevantthe 9turteYaDtthe Sturtevsntthe
the Rev B W Pond the tII Rev H P PUiglejr PIlIgley PIfigley
Uiglejr D D A WHItam wm L Marsh Man and andthe andthe ad adtite
the Rev B N No Seymour SoymeurNominating SeJHWNCHIIIMdq SeymourNomlastlag
Nominating committee tee J 1 F Jehn JehnWilliam Johason Iekawm
son William wm Lantern La sttnhoBtse sttnhoBtseYoungs phosae phosaeYonne lie lieYoup
Youngs M W Baldwin and J H Jon JonBlags Jenstags 1 1al
stags BlagsReception al stagsRobn
Reception K committee A B Chat ChateM Cuthl4l Chatgeld
geld eM Mr and Mrs A 5 So Caywood Mrs MrsA MrsA MrsA
A B Chattel Mrs M G A Morrineld Morrineldand Mernleldaad Mer rldld rldldand
and Mr and Mrs Ira George Redway RedwayOFFICERS Kwa KwaOFFICERS RedwayOFFICERS
OFFICERS FOR A YEAR YEARPorter YEARPwter YEARPorter
Porter Garrison Garr Army Ann and Navy Union Unionhas UDloneleetcM1 Colonlama
has elected the > following llowl otkers ocera tor forthe torUte torthe
the ensuing year Commander James JamesCampbell JameaCampbell 1 1eattbeU
Campbell senior Ior vice vie ice commander eo J C CDuley CDale7 CDaley
Duley Junior vice commander COI8IDaD C Holly Hollyadfutant Ho Hoadltttaat Hollyasistaat
adfutant C F P Clagett quartermaster quartermasterand 118ft 118ftIInd
and acting aeU paymaster r William Will H Comb Coulter CotIIter Combter ¬
ter chaplain John Ash officer of the theday t tda thedes
da day James 1 Stllwell oMcer of t the watch watchH wntehH watehH
H K Jl Marks officer of the guard gr 0 0Keppler OKeppler 0Keppler
Keppler executive committee J C Cr
Daley T R Lee sod W r H Coulter CoulterSi
Si 125 25 to Baltimore and Return Via ViaB ViaB ViaB
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t All other goods Ioo at auction price priceHudsons prl prli priceHudsons
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Guitars Guitarsi
The Wash Washburn Washburnit ashburn ashburnj burn burni
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low tone quality snsuhhiid with withgreatest wi1abTlttSt wiltgrctest
greatest Y vihntKm IIIa vtl baa made it the theelionen UteluJtifrt thechosen
chosen instrument of profeKton profeKtonalH feesion feesionales
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OTHER MAKES MAKBSS350 XAKESSJ
S350 SJ 350 W50 450 55 5 to S25 S25Sold 25 25Sold
Sold on time if desired
Mandolins MandolinsThe J landoHnsThe
The Wash Vashburn Washburnlea VashburnDO burn burnhac
lea no peer its form and con eanetruetion construction remitruetioD ¬
struction are so eu combined nbined as 8 to toproduce toJtroduee toproduetl
produce the he moat BRILLIANT BRILLIANTtone BKILLTtlliTtooealwa BR1LLId1Ttunealwnss
tunealwnss tone tooealwa always THE THEttnality dewrabte dewrabtequality daiableideality
quality in a mandolin The IR Angerbusrds mi migerboarda IRrd
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Banjos BanjosSS
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FOR THE FIRESIDE Af AND fHOME D HOME
Pianos PianosThe Banos BanosThe
The Steinway Stein way and Others OthersNo
No need to tell of the merit of the Steinway
Piano for all n the world urld unites uoit iu railing n ling it itbest i ibest itbest
best But wi > have many man other good pianos pianosat
at more moderate price p rives Among JDOOJl them the UA UAftLEK GAfiLER IABLER
fiLER recently ret tJ It plared herd in the public schools of ofthe ofthE ofthe
the DiKtriet l > istriet
the MATHlSHEK the many manytonwl DWlytoned
toned CROWN the th MASON HAMLIN the
PILE the 1I IKNTINOTON the CHASE CILVSEnll
all 111 iiixtmtnents that have won on a good standing
for themselves them eles in the world of music musicNew 1DU8 musicNew a aNew
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On reaaoMiiMe We monthtv IMO Rttnthly thl payments if desired
Regina Music Boxes BoxesThe oxen oxenThe
The Standard of th the he World WorldThe WorldThe VorldThe
The Retina plays over 3000 3100 different tunes tunesand tIlDeSDeW tunesand
and new dim ran be bought t at any timetame timetamesa time DIe DIeA mme mmeas
sa shset > stlttie As A anon as any U piece pie x id p pnahed ptI ptIIid pub publimbed
limbed it w is prosuptly + adapted piM to the Regina RepiaaAn lteliaaiA ReginaAn
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On monthly monthly payments if desired
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iam die medianies who bate hav ha produced k tkt tfc tfcnignen I 1 1Mgueta Jt Jtwho
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each has Keen a eraftsuiaker a worker oi 1 su superior suteriortdml II IIperior ¬
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A complete e stock of Chapel Chap I and spy PI FiirJ arhr arhrstylus I rlul rlulj r ratyamhax
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We Ve say y without reserve nre rt rrve or 01 gualintaon uaKflcaJion that there is not another piano slayer worthy of eanaparintM e81Bpal esapari liOll sit with the Carilian
A cordial cordial invitatMMi is esten extended < e < l you tci tit isit fe it t our Ceciliall rooms where ro any Itn selection S < IeetiOft will be played for forvOL yon Ceeans C sell s41 for 230 230on 150on 5O 5Oon
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Story of the Rose ROII and 26 other islectloea se selections 1IeIntloD8 ¬
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