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THE TUEWASHINGTON WASHINGTON TIMES WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 25 2 190B 19O
LEGISLATIVE LEAGUES LEAGUESFIRST LEAGUESFIRST LEAGUESF18T
FIRST RECEPTION RECEPTIONBrilliant REGEPTIONBrilliant EEPT1U EEPT1UBrilliant
Brilliant Gathering in Par Parlors Parlors Parlots ¬
lors of the Oxford OxfordThe
The first public tib1Ic meeting mccUu of tho Na NatIonal National i itlonal
tIonal Legislative League was wa hdld last lastnight lastnight lastnight
night In the parlors of the Oxford OxfordHotel O OzfordHotel > ford fordHottl
Hotel A Aroceptlon reception followed the moot mootIng muotIng uiuetlug
Ing Mr Mrs Lillio D Blake president presidentMr
Mr trs Harriot Panconst Panco st and Mr Mrs In Caro Caroline Caroline Caroline ¬
line J Taylor Tay1orroeoivet received the guests guestsThe g geathThe uts I IThe
The convention is for the purpose ot otbettering
4 bettering bcltlrln the legal standing standln of womon womenIn womonIn womonIn
In the course of the evening Mrs Blake Blakemade Dlakel Blakemade
made a brief address and reminded those thosepresent thosepresent
present that in tlUrtys tb1rtyvon ven States a amarried amztrrted
J married woman has no right to hor own ownchildren uwnhlldrcn ownhildren
children In sixteen no right to her own ownearnings ownt8rnlnga ownearnings
earnings In n eight no noright right to o her prop property property property ¬
erty after she contracts marriage and In Inseven Innyen
seven on State there the tli 1 Is no law which hlch com compels co copels coitpels ¬ I
pels a husband to support his wife ua uaic UllfIii uaes
ic es fIii he ao o dosiroa It IB for the consid consideration oon coneLderatlon ¬
ration of a moans by which hloh those COB COHditions COBdltlons cosclitions
ditions may be changed tbat tho league leaguehas Icuehas leaguehas
has come to Washington WashingtonAt usblngton usblngtonAt
At the th executive mooting hold earlier earlierin earHerin earlierin
in the evening reports of o the various variousctlloers varlouctRcers arlou arloucfies
ctlloers were read and elections cl cUons for the theomlng theomlng theomtng
omlng year oar took place All 11 the old of officers orfleer offleern ¬
ficers fleer wore rcelectd rcolect d with 1tb the excep exception excotion excepion ¬
tion ion of the corresponding secretary secrotiu This Thisoffice Thisfficc Thisfflce
office > fficc will bo ailed by b Mrs Irs Caroline J JTaylor J1aylor JTaylor
Taylor o ot Bridgeport Conn ConnTho ConnTho ConsThe
Tho officers ara as follows Mr Mrs Irs Llllie LlllieD LUlieD LillieD
D Blako of New 8 York presWent Mrs MrsMarllla Mrslarll11 MrsManila
Marllla M 01 flicker of Dover DOerN N H Mm MmJosephine MrsJosephine lrA lrAJOlephlnc
Josephine 1C Honry of Versailles Versu1110t1nud Ky Kynnd Kyand
and Mrs Clara M Mr MEddy r Eddy Edd of Denver DeavorCol DenverCcl
Col 01 vice presidents at t large Mrs tr Harriet Har Harrht liarnet ¬
net 5 i N Pancoast of Philadelphia record recording recordnJ recordsng ¬
ing nJ secretary s cretary Mrs Caroline J 1 Taylor
of Bridgeport Conn ICnn corresponding sec secretary secrCtary seeretary ¬
retary and Mrs Victor Vletork R Conkling ConklingWhitney ConkUngrhHne ConklingWhIney
Whitney hHne of St Louis Mo treasurer treasurerAnother lrooeurornother Lreaurortnothe
Another tnothe public meeting will bo hold holdtMs holdthis holdthis
this evening at the Cochran Hotel Four Fourteenth Fourteenth ¬
teenth and K Streets Str ets northwest Mrs MrsBlake MrsBlake MrsBlake
Blake president of the league and Mrs MrsUelva MrsBehu olr
Uelva 13 ha Lockwood will make addresses addressesGREETINGS ad addressesGREETINGS re9I5ea
I
GREETINGS SENT LIENS CLUB CLUBOF CLUBOF CLUBOF
OF GURLEY MEMORIAL CHURCH CHURCHThe CHURCHThe I IThe
The regular meeting of the Mens onH Club Clubo Clubop
o op Gurley Gurle Memorial Church was held In Intbo In1ho Intho
tbo Sunday school house hous of o tho church churchlast churchlast hurchlast
last night On this occasion the regular regularorder regularorder regularorder
order of business was varied by the tb in invitntlon Invltatlonor Inritat1on
vitntlon vltatlonor of the Ihdioa dles of the church and andcongregation andconerogatlon
1 congregation and and by the presentation presentationof
of a program of more than usual ex excellence cxclIence ¬
cellence Hence followed by b light refreshments refreshmentsThis refreshmentsThts refreshmentsThis
This club Is lathe the pioneer mens men s club In Inthe Inthe inthe
the city and during the evening received receivedthe receivedthe receivedthe
the greetings of the Mens Club from fromthe fromthe
the Church of Our Father the latest ad addition additlon ¬
dillon to the large circle of organiza organizations organlzalions organizations ¬
tions of this character < In the city citySERVED citySERVED citySERVED
SERVED TWO SENTENCES IN INMINNESOTA INMINNESOTA INMINNESOTA
MINNESOTA PENITENTIARY PENITENTIARYMajor PENITENTIARYtaJor PENITENTIARYMajor
Major Sylvester received a letter ttor yes yesterday yest 05 05It ¬
It t terday terdarrom from Warden ardon Henry Wolfer of ofthe ortht ofthe
the > Minnesota IIDDesota State prison giving the therecord ther thercord
record r rcord c2rd Jn that that State Stateof of Joseph Mayor Mayoralias Mayoralias IaoraUns
alias JToacph JhscphHuber Huber alias Frank Baer Baerwho Daerwho Baerwho >
who was arrested arrcst d by Detectives Dotecth Pratt Prattand Prattahd Prattahd
ahd ODea In this city on the charge chargeof
of robbing a German Immigrant ImmigrantTht immigrantTile v vTho
Tile > communication states that Mayer Mayerserved Mayersencd Mayerserved
served two terms in the Minnesota peal penitentiary p pealtentiary nl nltenUary ¬
tentiary for violating the postal laws lawsHe lawsHe lawsfle
He was known there as Joseph Hubba Hubbason Hubbasonallas Hubbason
son sonallas alias Joseph Hulbescher HulbescherNO HulbeschorNO HulbescherNO
NO OBJECTION TO TUNNEL TUNNELJames TU TUNNELJamca L LJam
James Jam Borrall B rrall engineer e gineer In charge of ofthe ofth ofthe
the th Government Hospital for the Insane Insanewill Insanewill InsaneWill
will be DO Informed In ormed by the District Commis Commissioners CommlIoners Commissioners ¬
sioners tho they have no objection to th thissue tkIssue tks tksissue
issue Of a permit for constructing a atunnel atunnel atunnel
tunnel under und r Nichols Avenue A venuc four by six sixfret IIlxfet clxfeet
fret in dimensions The Commissioners Commissionerswill CommlssloDtfnvlll Commissionersivill
will vlll say the depth of the tunnel beneath beneaththe beneath1he beneaththe
the concreto should be five feet instead insteadof Insteador insteadof
of lour feet as proposed so as to allow allowsufficient nHowfSumclnt allowruffleient
sufficient covering for the 20inch wat warr warrmain warrmain r rmain
main to be laid in Nichols Avenue The Thetunnel Thetunnel Thetunnel
tunnel Is for an underground connection connectionbetween connoetloabetween connectionbetween
between the buildings of the hospital on onthe onthe onthe
the east and west sides of tho street
r rPENITENCE
LENTEN SEASON OF OFPENITENCE OFPENITENCE
PENITENCE BEGINS BEGINSToday
Today Ash Wednesday Ushers in the Fortu Fort DaIJs of Fast
1
The season of o Lent was formally formal be begun bogun begsa ¬
gun in the churches of tho world this thinmorning thismorning thismorning
morning In those of the Catholic and andhigh andl11gh andhigh
high Episcopal faith the ceremony of ofdistributing oCdletrlbutlng ofdietributing
distributing aches was wa used to inaugu inaugurate InRuguatJ inaugurate ¬
rate atJ the holy season The day has con consequently con8equenUy consequently ¬
sequently been b n called Ash Wednesday WednesdayBy Vedne day dayBy
By early oarl writers it was called the thebeginning thebeginning thebeginning
beginning of the fast although up to totile toUle tothe
tile time of Pop Pope Gregory the Great at atthe atthe atthe
the close of the sixth century centur the fast fastdid fastdid fastdid
did not begin until the Monday Monda follow following followIn following ¬
In ing the first Sunday of Lent Without Withoutthe Withoutthe Ithout Ithouttbe
the Sundays this left but thirtysix fast fastdays fastda fastdays
days da a circumstance which led some of oflug ofthe
the fathers to remark that It WAS gtv gtvlug
lug but a tenth of the year yea to the Lord LordTUP LordTh LordTh
TUP Th forty days fat of Moec and Elias Ellasand Ella Ellaand Eliascad
and that of Christ showad the propriety proprietyof proprJelor
of increasing the number of fast days day to toforty tofoty toforty
forty This occurred about the begin beginning belJlnning beginsing ¬
ning oC tho eighth century cenlurySigning centurySigning N NSigning
Signing With Ashes AshesAt AshesI AshesAt
At first ao persons were signed with withtho withtho withthe
I tho ashes but public penitents who were wererequired wereI wererequired
required to appear = clad in tho garb of ofI ofpenance
I
I penance at the door of o tho church on onAsh
1 Ash Wednesday Wednetlda Having HaIn < < confessed CORCo Sdd their theiralas tholrsins theirsins
I sins the penitents came to the church churchDEATH churchI churchBEATU
I DEATH OF F CO GULP l CUllS CUTTSGALLANT c CUllSi ns nsi
GALLANT VETERAN VETERANSTorvad VETERANI
i
I
1 STorvad orvsd With vith Distinction in the Civil CivilWar ChilI CivilWar
I War WarI N
I
Col James Madison Cutts of o the Ad Adjutant AdJutant Adjutant ¬
jutant Generals G Berara Office died at the Emer Emergency Emergene Emergency ¬
gency gene Hospital Hoaplt 1 last night after an Illness Illnessof IUn IUnoC illnessof
of a week with uraemia He was taken taktnIJl takenill
ill last Thursday Tkur day afternoon on a Penn Pennsylvania PenD8lnla Pennsylvania ¬
sylvania Avenue A venue street car carColonel carColonel I IColonel
Colonel Cutts was born in Washing Washington Wa Washington hlng hlngton ¬
ton in 1872 and bad been connected with withthe withthe withth
the th War Var Department for twentyone twentyoneyears twontol1eeara twentyoneyears
years eara He was educated at an academy academyattached academyattacllOfI academyattached
attached to Georgetown University UnlYer tL and andcompleted andcompleted andcompleted
completed his course eour e at Drown Univer University Unlyerlilt Univercity ¬
city lilt He was graduated from the Har Harvard Haryard liarcard ¬
yard law school In 1861 1861In 1811In iggiIn
In the war between the States he l en enton enton enton
ton in 1837 and had boon connected with withwas withwas withwas
was later commissioned captain In the theEleventh theElcventh theEleventh
Eleventh United States Infantry He Heserved Hesenoo Heserved
served on General Burnsldos Burneid staff a aaidedecamp u uaidedecamp asaidedocamp
aidedecamp He served in many of the theimportant thfImportanl theimportant
important campaigns and in the en engagement engagement ongagement ¬
gagement before Petersburg In 1S64 was wasseverely wasseerely wasseverely
severely wounded He was wa as twice breVet breVetted brootted broetted
ted for bravery bravor and was wa recommended recommendedfor
for the colonelcy of one of General Han Hancocks Hancocks Hancocks ¬
cocks regiments He received a medal medalfor medalfor medalfor
for extraordinary oxtraordlnal bravery brw ry at the Instanco Instancoof Instanceot
of the Secretary of War WarHe Warlie Yar YarHe
He was married before the war to toMiss toMiss
Miss 1195 Mary Ial E Weaver eaYer and is survived by byseven bJS8en byseven
seven children The funeral arrange arrangements arrnngemonts arrangemonte ¬
monte for fo which have not boon ooon com completed completed cornpleted ¬
pleted will be in charge of the tb Union UnionVeterans UnionVeterans UnionVeterans
Veterans Legion and the Oldest Inhab Inhabitants Inb InhabItants b bIlants ¬
itants Association and the services servleCgwiiZ servleCgwiiZbe lervic will willbe wl11be
be conducted at the family home 5S4 5S4Twentieth SMTwentieth JI JITwentieth
Twentieth Street StreetTWO StreetTWO StreetTWO
TWO CONCERNS INCORPORATED INCORPORATEDBY INCORPORATEDBY
BY BY THE SAME INTERESTS INTERESTSArticles INTERESTSArlicles
Articles of the incorporation of the theSterling theSterl1g
Sterling Manufacturing Company have havel haehoon havebeen
l been oon placed on file In the office of the theRecorder th thRccordor theRecorder <
Recorder of Deeds The purpose of the thecompany thtcompany thecompany >
company Is to deal in office supplies and andI andfixtures andfixtures
I fixtures The Incorporators are Charles CharlesW CharlesW
W W v Embroy Embro Virgil 11111 M Fookes and James JamesA
A Blake The capital eapltalstoek stock Is 6 60000 60000The 6eOOOThe OOO OOOlbe
The N S Schubert Scbu rt Mosslc to lc Company Companythe Companythe Companythe
the purpose of which Is to deal in floor floorIng flooring oor oorIng
Ing and wall coverings coverl p was wa also or organized org organized ¬
ganized g nlzed and incorporated by the same samepersons slunopersons slimepersons
persons
LAW CLASS BANQUET BANQUETThe
The class cla of KM 6 9 of the Georgetown GeorgetownUniversity GeorgotownUnleralty GeorgetownUniversity
University law school will give an in informal IDtormal informal ¬
formal banquet ba Quot at the Hotel Barton to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow night A number of invitations invitationshave InvltatioDsha Invitationshave
have ha Ye been issued
barefooted and in tilt t1t habit of o mourning mourningThe mourningThe mourningThe
The Pontiff then clothed them in sack sackcloth sackcloth sackcloth ¬
cloth scattered ashes on their bonds hoadssprinkled hondsprlnkled bondssprinkled
sprinkled them with holy water and ro recited rocited rocited ¬
cited the Seven Penitential Psalms PsalmsSoon PsalmsSoon PsalmsSoon
Soon others of the faithful joined the thepenitents thepenitents thepenitents
penitents in receiving the ashes partly partlyout partlyout partlyout
out of humility and partly as an effec effectual effectual offoctual ¬
tual means mean of doing doln penance for their theirsins thoirsins theirsins
sins The number of these increased as astime astime astime
time went on until the Council of Bene Beneventum Beneentum BeneYentum
ventum held in the year ear 1091 decreed decreedthat decroodthat decreedthat
that all clergy and laity men and wo women women women ¬
men should present themselves to be besigned belgn besignet
signed lgn > d with the ashes Other churches churchesfollowed church churchol1owel churchesfollowed
followed and by b the thirteenth century centurythe centurythe centurythe
the custom had become universal universalAshes universalAshes universalAshes
Ashes for Blessed Palm PalmAshes PalmI PalmAshes
I Ashes used on Ash Wednesday are pro procured proI procured ¬
cured by the burning of the blessed palm palmof palmof palmof
I
of the previous Palm Sunday The form formof formblessing formof
of blessing the ash ashes s is a beautiful core ceremony corebut corezeony ¬
mony but its origin is not definitely definitelyknown deftnltelyknown definitelyknown
known knownAt knownAt knownAt
At one time it was customary Jto Jtodampen to toI todampen
dampen the ashes before using them but butthis butthis butthis
I this has since ben forbidden by the theHoly theHoly theHoly
Holy See and they are now applied In Ina Ina ina
a perfectly dry state stateNORMAL atateII state1NOBNIALSGHOOL
1NOBNIALSGHOOL NORMAL SCHOOL GIRLS GIRLSPRESENT GIRLSPRESENT GIHLSPRESENTTHEATRIGALS
II
PRESENT PRESENTTHEATRIGALS PRESENTTHEATRIGALSA THEATRICALS THEATRICALSA I IA
A Dozen Amateur Thespians Make Hits Hitsin Hitsin
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in Three Sketches and Vaudeville
Adoaen A lolen or moro of o the girls Irls of the theNormal theNormal I
Normal ormnl School entertained the mombers membersof
of the senior class with a theatrical per performance porformaAee parformance ¬
formance last night In the exhibition exhibitionhall txhlbltlonhall exhibitionball
hall of the Franklin School Building BuildingThroe BuildingThree BuildLn BuildLnThree
Three sketches Pyramus and Thisbe ThisbeWandering ThiabeanderlDg ThisbeWandering
Wandering Musicians and Sun Sunbeams Sunbeams Sunbeams ¬
beams besides be lde a number of vaudeville vaudevilleturns vaudevilleturn vaudevilleturns
turns were presented presentedThe prosentedTht presentedThe
The entertainment opened with a grand grandchorus JrsndchoruB grandchorus
chorus by the company and was follow followed followed followed ¬
ed by a monologue The hits of the theevening theeyenlng theevening
evening were made In the presentation of ofWandering ofVanderlng ofWaudering
Wandering Musicians lu lelans into which sev several several soyoral ¬
eral popular ragtime selections were in introduced Introduced intraduced ¬
troduced troducedIn
In the presentation of Pyramug and andThisbe andTblsbe andThisbo
Thisbe Virginia Schaefer appoared as asPyramus asP asPyramus
Pyramus P > ramu She was attired in a costume costumewhich costumewhich costumewhich
which was a combination of ancient ancientGreek ancientGreok ancientGrook
Greek and modern athletic styles Olive OliveWright Oliverlght OliveWright
Wright rlght RB Thisbe shared the honors honorswith honorsI honorswith
I with her while Margaret Standiford as asthe nsthe asthe
the wall followed close behind them themThe themThe themThe
The moon was Impersonated by Maude MaudeGill MaudeGill IaudeGIB
Gill with Charlotte Crawford playing playingtho platngtho playingthe
tho part of the lion lloaAfter lionner lionAfter
After ner the singing oC the Wandering WanderingMusician WanderingMusician Yandortngolu
Musician olu ielan there wasan wa a intermission ot otten orten often
ten minutes and Sunbeams In which whichthe whichthe whichthe
the rivalry rhalr between two womens socie societies socleties societies ¬
ties was interailagly and cleverly cleverlyshown cleverlybOl1 cleverlyshown
shown shownAmong shownAmong bOl1Among
Among those not already mentioned mentionedB mentlonodWho
Who ho to oek k part rt 1ft tb6 th performanCe wUre wUreBessle Qre QreBeHle
B BeHle l Whltford hltford Elsie Sanders Emma EmmaWhite Bmmahlle EmmaWhite
White hlle Bessie Ottorback Marie Yoeckel YoeckelMaude YocckelIaude YoeckelMaude
Maude Steuart and Ethel Nelson NelsonA NelsonA = ol on onA
A Washington Concerns Enterprise EnterpriseFrom
From the ttothin 1othing 1othin Journal JournalThe JournalThe JournalThe
The young youn and energetic corporation corporationconducting corporationconduetlnJ corporationconducting
conducting business bu lneslI at the corner of ofNinth ofI ofNinth
Ninth Inth and K streets northwest under the thename thename thename
name and style tle of the Friedlander Cloth ClothIng ClothIng Clothing
I
Ing Co has ha shown characteristic energy energyIn energythe energyin
In the recent purchase of the entire entirestock enUretock entirestock
stock of the Syracuse Output Company
117 Salina Street Strr t Syracuse Syrseu e N Y Mr MrH MrH MrH
H Friedlander r the president of the theFriedlander theFrledl theFriedlander
Friedlander Frledl nder Clothing Co sustained JjlH JjlHrdputatlon lil lilroputaUon jjisreputation
reputation as a shrewd buyer by securing securingthis securingthis jO1urhlgthis
this Mock of highgrade hlghgr de clothing at a a aprice aprlc aprice
price prlc that will enable his bl house ho se to retail rotailIt rtallIt retailit
It at less than manufacturers cost co t The Thereputation Thereputation 110 110reputation
reputation and business integrity of ihe iheFrlodlander theFrldlBnder IheFriedlander
Frlodlander Clothing Co who operate a anuniber anumber anuniber
nuniber of stores throughout the country countryare countr countrarc countryare
are ao well known that purchasers at atthis atthis atthis
this coming sale may be assured of re receiving Ttcelving receiving > ¬
ceiving unusual values valuesThe TalueeThe valuesThe
The sale 81 begins b ln next Saturday tnorn tnornIng tnornIng tnorning
Ing at 9 oclock
Of
I 1 f EDMONSTONS rM EDMONSTONStiLOME i S NSTONStlOME HOME OF THE ORIGINAL FOOT FORM BOOTS AND OXFORDS OXFORDSi OXFORDSWear OXFORDSWear r I Ii
i Wear Well w911 Boots for Spring Springare S I
are r the Finest in iii America AmericaIHE
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t r 0 m IHE HE simplicity of Wear Well Boots Bootf cannot cannot be dis disputed dist ¬
t 0 THE puted They are the finest shoes built in America AmericaI Americaw
± w I I today and compare with any 350 shoe in the theworld thet I
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t 1 world Wear Wells have always held high favor favorwith
0 with discriminating w women men but the th new spring styles are arecalculated areWL
WL 0 t calculated to vastly increase IncreaS5 their already phenomenal phenomenalpopularity
0 popularity popularityThere i
t 1I 1 I There are fifteen different styles stylesy stylesI
1 I y in the new line in ALL LEATHERS LEATHERSincluding LEA THERS THERSincluding P Pe Pincluding
including Ideal kid and Corona CoronaPatent CoronaPatent 3
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t Patent Colt and eight dif different diffrenb j jferen
ferent t toe shapes shapesA J Jt
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4 A P
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t t t4 A fit for every foot and every everyfoot
1 I + foot fitted All one price priceEDMONST
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4 1i i 1 + EDMONST EOMONSTON1S i34 1 1334 334 ± F FStJet Street stleetN stleetNs N W V
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I ISEEN
KELLAR THE MAGICIAN MAGICIANSEEN MAGICIANSEEN
SEEN AT THE COLUMBIA COLUMBIAOpens COLUMBIAOpens
Opens His Engagement by Mystifying Mystifyinga
a Large Audience AudienceKdllar Audiencel AudienceICllar
Kdllar l l1ar the magician returned to toWashington
Washington last night and began a aweoks uweoks ai aiweaks
weoks angngomont at the Columbia ColumbiaTheater ColumblnT1toater ColumbiaTheator
Theater Owing to a death in Mr Kel Kellars Kell Kelmrs
lars l rs family there was no performance performanceat porormance porormanceat
at the theater Monday evening but a alargesized alargesized alargesized
largesized audience gathered to greot greottbo greettll greotthe
the tll < clever trickster last night Kellar Kellarin
in acknowledged to be the best of his hiskind bskind hiskind
kind now no before the American public publicand publicand publicand
and continues to give evidence that his hisabilities hisablUtlos hisabilities
abilities are not deteriorating in the theelightost thoeJlgbtost theslightest
slightest degree With wonderful dex dexterity dexterity dcxterity ¬
terity ho gives glv a series of sleightofhand sleightofhanddemonstrations sleightofbanddemonstrations sleightofhanddemonstrations
demonstrations which quite bewildered bewilderedhH bewlldtredhk bewilderedhis
hk hH audience attdlen e and kept it In roars of ofiughtnr oCifoughter oflaughter
laughter HI RIF sense of comedy is so keen keenthat keontb3tho keenthat
that tb3tho he Is able to entertain with a mono monologue monologue monologue ¬
logue which would find a conspicuous conspicuousplace conspicuousrlac8 conspicuousriaca
place on the tb vaudeville stage He keeps keepsup keepsUbi keepsup
up a continual conversation as It were werewith werewith worewith
with his audience audienceThe audienceTbe audienceThe
The program program this season is much the thoseme theHmo thesame
Hmo as that which the magician pre presented presented proseated ¬
sented last year He continues to change changewrlor changeHler changertor
wrlor rtor Into wine and vice versa orsa to grow growflowors growOowers growflowers
flowers out of if a pot of sand and do any anyiumbor anyIumbor anyxumbor
iumbor of 0 equally mystifying things thingsMuch thingsMuch thingsMuch
Much amunoment amu oment was caused when he herequested lierequested
requested one of the young men m n In the thehouse thohO1le thehouse
house to give him his Kollars silk silkItandkerchlafs silkhandkerchl3fs silklnindkerchtsfs I
Itandkerchlafs out of his vest pocket pocketTho poclmtTho pocketThe
Tho young man nn declared that ho did not nothave nothave nothave
have them but Kollar produced yards yardsof yardso yardsof
of o silk from the back of tho young gen gentlemans gont16mnns guntiomans ¬
tlemans coat ot much to the latters em embarrassment emlarra embarrasemont ¬
barrassment larra sment Kollar went through the theaudience theaudience
audience with a large bottle from which whichhe whichhe I
he poured any ny drink called for by the themen theInca i
men en In the audience After the con contents cont contnts ¬
tents t nts of the bottle had boon disposed of ofKellar ofKellar i iKellar
Kellar returned to the stage broke the thebottle thebottJo thebottle
bottle and produced a tiny Guinea pig pigHe pigUe piglIe
He then took a largo sheet of paper paperwrapped paporurappod paperwrapped
wrapped up the pig pig mashed it flat and andwhen andhen andwhen
when hen he oponod the paper It contained containednothing containedlI containednothing
nothing lI < 1thll but a branch of fragrant blos blossoms blosHoms bIosearns ¬
earns somsKollar HomsKellar earnsKoliar
Kollar does not believe In the work workings workIngs worklags ¬
ings of the socalled spiritual medium mediumand mediumlnd rnediuthand
and in a series of interesting demon demonstrations demonsrrtotlons demonstrztions ¬
strations proved himself capable of en entering entering enterlug ¬
tering the field of spiritualism should shouldtlio shouldtllo shouldthe
the American public tire of him as a apublic apublic 1 1public
public entertainer He produced a cabi cabinet cabinet cabinet ¬
net similar to that used In spiritual spiritualmeetings spiritualmeetings spiritualmeetings
meetings put it together in full sight sightof sightoC eightof
of the audience wakened tho spirits spiritsand spiritsand
and there w were re all the fuss and accom accompanying accompanying accompanying ¬
I
panying evidences 1denccs of ofspooks spookg that any ¬
one could desire He opened the cubi cabinet cubinpt cubinet ¬
net frequently but nothing was visible visibleand vlslbltnc visibleand
and tnc then took it apart in the same samemanner samemanner samernnnner
manner In which he had put it together togetherThe togetherThe togetherThe
The performance Is altogether inter interesting InternUng Interesting ¬
esting and there is no doubt that Mr MrKellar MrIel1ar MrKollar
Kellar deserve every consideration conslderalon for forhis rorhlB forhis
his clever achievements His tricks are aredone areIne aredone
done Ine with a 1 clearness clearno s and faIrness which whichcan whichenn whichcan
can leave no doubt in the minds of his hisaudience hlBaudlenco hisaudience
audience that ho has boon a deep student studentof
of legerdemain and has applied his hisknowledge hislmowledce hisknowledge
knowledge to Its best possibilities po sfd bill tI IiIB ire IfejrJves Hevea iregIves
gIves vea ovoryoup ov rou a chance han e 19 t sec sooho how he hedoes hcoeR bedoes
does oeR these things There Is every oppbr oppbrunlty oppor opportaanlty opporainit
unlty ainit for a quickwitted Individual to tosolvn tosolve
aoh solve the secrets scr ts However Mr Ir Kellar Kellarttlll KellarUl1 Kollart1ll
ttlll Ul1 knows a great deal more than the thepeople th theople thepeople
people who pay to see him perform de defcplto deplte deapito
fcplto plte tho fact that these always Include Includea
a small coterie who know exactly how howhe howhe howhe
he does thorn and take delight In letting lettingothers letUn letUnothers lettingothers
others know knowSMALLPOX knowS knowSMALLPOX
SMALLPOX S ALLPOX AT ALMSHOUSE ALMSHOUSEA
A new case cn8 of smallpox has boon re reported reported reported ¬
ported to the Health Department front frontthe trontthe fro frothe
the District almshouse Patrick Madigan Madiganfor Madiganfor Madiganbr
for several weeks an inmate of the In Institution Intlllltlon institution ¬
stitution developed the disease and was wasremoved wasrt wasremoved
removed rt > moved to the smallpox hospital All Allexposed Allxposed Allexposed
exposed to the contagion in the alms almshouse anll anllhouse alnislrnuse
house were vaccinated and the room roomnd roUmrtd roomaid
aid nd ward In which Madigan was confined confinedwere cont1nOfIWere confinedwore
were disinfected The department In Inspectors Inspectors inspectors ¬
spectors were w r > unable to trace the con contagion contn contagion ¬
tagion tn lon
I NOTES OF THE ARMY AND NAVY 11
Detroit Causes Consternation ConsternationCapt ConsternationCapt ConsternationCapt
Capt A C Dlllingbam commanding commandingthe
the Detroit under date of January 28 28reports 28roports 2Sreports
reports to the Navy Department the re results results rosuits ¬
sults of a visit to Paramaribo with that thatvessel thatyessel thatessei
vessel and the tug Fortune He says saysin saysIn saysin
in part partNo partNo partNo
No United States vessel cssel of war has hasvisited hasvisited hasvisited
visited this port since the Wilmington Wilmingtonwas
was here in 1889 I believe the Detroit Detroittion DetroitIs
Is the largest vessel essel of ofwar war of any na nalion na nation
tion that bat has over beon to Paramaribo ParamariboOur ParamRrlboOur PararnariboOur
Our arrival caused considerable excite excitement excitement excitemeat ¬
ment among the population and we wore vrorereceived worerecoived woreroeoivel
received with much enthusiasm enthusiasmOn
On the day da of my arrival I was re received received receiveti ¬
ceived by Mr Cornells Lely governor of ofDutch ofDutch ofDutch
Dutch Guiana and on the following day dayhe dayhe dayhe
he visited this vessel and was accorded accordedthe accordedthe accordedthe
the usual honors and ceremonies On OnMonday Onlonday OnMonday
Monday the 2Cth Inst the governor en entertained entrtalned ontertained ¬
tertained the officers of the Detroit and andFortune andFortuno andFortune
Fortune at dinner where we met an the thecrown thecrown thecrown
crown officials of the colony On this thisoccasion thisoccasion thisoccasion
occasion the governor proposed the theb the1t thehaItii
b haItii < alth of the President Pre ldent of the United UnitedStates UnitedS UnitedStates
States S tos and expressed gratification at atmeeting atmtletlng atmeeting
meeting officers of the United States Statesnavy Statesnavy Statesnavy
navy navyI
I find here considerable interest of ofUnited ofUnlled ofUnited
United States citizens represented by byfour byfour byfour
four largo mining mJnln companies The gov governor go goernor gorernor ¬
ernor tells me that he was sent to this thiscolony thiscoJon thiscolony
colony coJon for the particular purpose of ofopening ofopening ofopening
opening up the Lawla district about 150 150rnllcs 150mHos 1fmiles
miles from Paramaribo which Is said to tobe tobe
be very vcr rich In gold and they expect to tobegin tobegin
begin the construction of a railroad to tothe totho tothe
the Lawla district next May Ma the crown crownto crownto crownto
to pay tho expenses o ponses of the road and J Jam Jam Iam
am assured aHure < 1 by him that no effort will be beleft bElert beleft
left undone to hasten the completion ot orthis otthis otthis
this road roadI
I find that those mining companies companiesalready companl s sat salready
already at ready established here and at work workarc workarc workarc
arc only onl tho forerunners o a large num number 11umbc number ¬
ber bc of United States citizens to this thiscountry thiscountry thiscountry
country and there are many men on ontheir ontbelt ontheir
their way out ou here from the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States and from what I have seen I be believe belIeo believo ¬
lieve with the construction of this rail railroad railroad railroad ¬
road that tho American Interest willbecomo willbecome will willbecome
become very Vel large largeFund largeFund largeFund
Fund for Massachusetts Victims VictimsCapt VictimsCapl VictimsCapt
Capt Charles H Davis commanding commandingthe
the battleship Alabama forwarded to toSecretary toSecretary toSecretary
Secretary Moody yesterday a check for
131 which represented the voluntary voluntarycontributions yoluntarycontributions voluntarycontributions
contributions of the crew of the Ala Alabama Alabama Alabama ¬
bama for the wives and anI families of the thenine thenine thenine
nine men who were killed by an ex explosion explosion explosion ¬
plosion of a a gun on the battleship Mas Massachusetts Massachusetts Maesachusetta ¬
sachusetts
Lieutenant Kalbach Resigns ResignsLieut Re ResignsLieut igns ignsLleut
Lieut Andrew E Kalbach who ho was wasappointed wasappointed wasappointed
appointed to the navy from Pennsyl Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania ¬
vania in July 1S62 and was recently recentlymarried recentlymnrrlod recentlymarried
married at Annapolis to tho daughter of ofCommander ofCommander ofCommander
Commander C E Colahan attached to tothe tothe tothe
the Naval Academy Academ has resigned his hiscommission hiscomml hiscommission
commission comml slon In the th United States Navy NavyLieutenant NavyLleutennnt NavyLieutenant
Lieutenant Kalbach was recently as assfgned asargned assrgned
sfgned to duty on the battleship Illinois IllinoisChanges IllinoisChanges IllinoisChtnges
Changes in the theNavy theNavyRoar theNavyRoar Navy NavyRoar
Roar Admiral dmlrnl F Rodgers unexpired unexpiredportion unexpiredportion unexpiredportion
portion of leave revoked from this date dateand dated dateend
and d placed on waiting orflers Lieut LieutH LieutHT H HT HT
T Baker detached command Nino etc etcto otto ottoto etato
to Arkansas Lieut J R Brady Brad de detached detached detachod ¬
tached Chicago to home and wait or orcers 01 orers
cers ers Commander R G Denig commis commissioned commlssionod commissionod ¬
sionod from January 1 1903 Medical MedicalDirector MedicalDirEctor MedIcalDtrtctor
Director J W Ross appointed medi medical medical mcdical ¬
cal director front February 5 1903 1903Passes 1003Passos 1tO3Passes
Passes Assistant Engineer Y J 1 A Kaiser Kaiserretired Kaiserrptlred Kaiserretired
retired appointed appolnt J passed assistant en enrineor cnr1neor onineer
rineor on the he retired r l1rod list from October
13 1SGS Acting Assistant Surgeon J JC JC J Je
C DcVrios appointed acting assistant assistantsurgeon assistantsurgeon assistantsurgeon
surgeon from February Februar 1C 11 1903 1903Movements 1903Movements 19O 19OMovements
Movements of Vessels VesselsArrived VesselsArr VesselsArrjved
Arrived Arr ed Leonidas at Norffilk NorC lk Sa Saturn Saturn Saturn ¬
turn at Hongkong Rainbow Ralnbo at 1t Cavlte CavlteGloucester CavlteGloucester CavitoGloucester
Gloucester at San Juan Detroit ant antFortune nn nnFGrtune and andFortune <
Fortune at Montevideo Solace at Hon ¬
olulu Culgoa at Boston Kentucky at atLabuan atLabuan atLabuaa
Labuan New Orleans at Labunt Maine Mainent Maineat J Jat
at Newport News NewsSailed NewsSailed NewsSailed
Sailed Potomac from San Juan fee ferCclubra f81Cclubra feeCelubra
Cclubra Topeka 10 poka from rom Kingston to tosearch tosearch tosearch
search for Alexander Hannibal from fromNorfolk tromorfolk fromNorfolk
Norfolk orfolk to search 8 arch for Alexander Prairie Prairiefrom Prairierom Prairiefrom
from rom Galveston to search for Alexander AlexanderLeonidas AlexanderIconldas AlexanderLeonidas
Leonidas from Baltimore for Norfolk NorfolkNero Norfolktro NorfolkNero
Nero tro from Rangoon for Colombo Essex Essexfrom Eseexfrom Essexfront
from San Juan for Kingston Panther Pantherfrom Pantherrom Panthers Panthersfrom
from rom San Juan for Celubra Eagle from fromFort fromort frontFort
Fort ort Antonio for Ensonada de Mora MoraCrlagoa MoraCulagoa MoreCulagoa
Culagoa from New = ew York for Boston BostonKentucky BostonKontuckr BostonKentucky
Kentucky from Labuan for Singapore SingaporeNew SIngaporeSow SingaporeNew
New Orleans from Labuan for Saigon SaigonNnnshan SaigonNnnshan SaigonNanshan
Nnnshan and Zafrio Zafrlo from Labuan for forCavlto forCnUo forCavito
Cavlto Maine Ialne from Hampton Roads for forNewport forXcwport forNewport
Newport News NewsCourtMartial XOSCourtMartial NewsCourtMartial
CourtMartial Ordered OrderedA
A general c urtmartial to convene at atthe atthe atthe
the navy yard Pcnsacola Fla on or orabout ornbout orabout
about March 6 for the trial of Ensign EnsignWard EnlsnVard EnsignWard
Ward K AYortman ortman on the charge of ofneglect ornogloct ofneglect
neglect of duty growing out of the re recent recent recent ¬
cent explosion in the 8inch turret of oftho otthe ofthe
the battleship Massachusetts which re resulted resulled yesuited ¬
suited In the death of nine members oC ofthe oCthe oCthe
the gun crew was ordered by Secretary SecretaryMoody SecrotaryMoody SocrotaryMoody
Moody yesterday There wlli be consid considerable consldarable coasiderable ¬
erable Importance attached to the pro proposed proposed proposed ¬
posed investigation as Is shown in the thehigh thehigh thehigh
high ranking personnel of the court courtwhich courtwhich courtwhich
which will be composed of tho follow following followlag ¬
Ins members Roar Admiral William C CWise CWise
Wise 150 commandant of the Pensaoola PensaoolaNavy PensaoolnlLvy PensacolaNavy
Navy lLvy Yard Capt Edward D Taussig Taussigcaptain Taussigcaptain Taussigcaptain
captain of f the Pensacola navy yard yardCommander yardCommander ard ardCommnnder
Commander W v H Turner com commanding commanding cornmanding ¬
manding the cruiser Atlanta Com Commander Commander Cornmander ¬
mander Frank A Wllner Ilner stationed at atPensacola atPenSlcolll atPensacola
Pensacola Lieutenant Commander Wil William WIllIam Wil11am ¬
liam Ti L Burdick of the Atlanta Lieut LieutB LleutB LicutB
B B Blerer commanding the Wasp asp and andLieut andLieut andLieut
Lieut Harry E Smith attached to the theAtlanta theAtlanta theAtlanta
Atlanta with Lieutenant Commandor CommanderCameron CommandorCamoron CommandorCameron
Cameron Melt Winslow of the Bureau Bureauof Buroauor Bureauof
of Navigation Navy Department as asJudge asjudge asjudge
Judge advocate advocateGeneral advocateGeneral advocateGeneral
General McCrea Retired RetiredBrig RetiredBrlc RetiredBrig
Brig Gen Tully Tully McCrea cCrea recently pro promoted promotod promoted ¬
moted was placed on the retired list Itatyesterday 11 listyesterday t tyesterday
yesterday General MaCron was born In InMississippi InUsslsslppl inMississippi
Mississippi and appointed to the MIlt Military MIlttary Milltary ¬
tary Academy from Ohio In July 1SS 1SSThree lSiC lSiCThree 155Three
Three other officers recently pro promoted prQmoted proinoted ¬
moted to the grade of brigadier general generalalso gonoralalso generalalso
also have been retired after long and andfaithful andfaithful andfaithful
faithful service These are re Gens EH L LHugglns LHuggins LaHuggias
Hugglns G F Goodale and Morris C CFoote CFoote CFoote
Foote General Huggins volunteered as asa asI OSa
the Second Minnesota In Infantry Infnntry Infantry ¬
a private in
I fantry at the outbreak of the civil i n war Hr
In February 1866 he was appomiea see seeond second seeond
ond lieutenant Second Regular Artil Artillery Artillery Artillery ¬
lery Generals Goodale and Foote alsc alscbegan alscbegan alscbegan
began their military careers as privates privatesIn prlvat prlvatIn
In the volunteer army at the beginning beginningof
the State and both bothwere bothwero bothwore
of the war between
were honorably mustered out In ad advanced advancod adtaneed ¬
vanced rank rankBoth TankBoth rankBoth
Both were appointed to the regular regularestablishment regularestablishment I
establishment in the summer 1S6S Gen General General Genoral ¬
eral Goodale Is a native of Maine Ialne and andGeneral andGeneral I IGeneral
General Foote FooteArmy a native of New York YorkAftny
Army and Navy Orders OrdersLeave OrdersLeave OrdersLeave
Leave of abea absenfor efor three months to totake tI lietake
take takeettect effect on or about February 28 28has lS 1O 1Ohas v vhas
has been granted First Lieut David L LStone LSlone LaStone
Stone Twentysecond Infantry InfantryMajor InfantryIajor InfaatryMajor
Major Theodore A Bingham Corps oC oCEngineers o oEngineers ofEngineers
Engineers has been assigned to duty as asengineer asengineer asengineer
engineer of the Tenth lighthouse district districtto
to take effect upon his arrival at But Buffalo Bfala Butale ¬
falo ala N Y YLieut Y1leu1 Y4eut
Lieut 4eut Col James Allen Signal Corps Corpshas Corpsbas Corpshas
has been detailed d talled as a a member of the thearmy thearmy thearmy
army retiring board to meet at San SanFrancisco SanFrancisco SanFrancisco
Francisco Cal vice vi co Col Ernest A Gar Garlington Garlington Garlington
lington inspector general relieved as asa asa asa
a member m bor of the board during the ex examination pxamlnatlon oxatnination ¬
amination of Capt John J hn A Perry Thir Thirteenth Thlrteenth Thirteenth ¬
teenth Infantry only and Lieutenant LieutenantColonel Lleutel1antColonel LieutenantColonel
Colonel Allen has been relieved as a amember am amomber
member m < mber of the board to take effect upon upontho upontho uponthe
tho completion of the examination of ofCaptain ofCaptain ofCaptain
Captain Perry
The fhe Knabe Removal Sale SaleNecessitates SaleNecessitates SaleNecessitates
Necessitates Forced Selling of Standard StandardIVIakes StandardMakes StandardMakes
Makes of Pianos Both New and nd Used UsedWhen UsedYh
When Yh < > 11 an occasion occa occasion ion of this kind presents itself the reputation of the house holding the thesale thele thefale
sale le doubles the sales importance > W Wo Ve are not given ricn to sensationalism The instruments instrumentswe
we sell cll are always worth the price l > c asked for them themand and its it the standard price for in instruments instrnnl instruments ¬
struments strnnl < nts of their class clas Now comes COllll > S a time of forced sule ulewhtn when reduction is considered consideredadvisable considoredndyisabl consideredadvisable
advisable < > in order to rush Pianos out at 1t a rate rnt that will if possible leave us without one to tomove tomove
move to our new quarters quart < > rs You may ll1a be sure weve Wt < > made these cuts in keeping with this thisnecessity thisncccsnity thisIlccit3
necessity
ALL HEW PIANOS INCLUDING KNABES AND ANDOTHER ftOf ftOfOTHER 01 01OTHER
OTHER MAKES WE CONTROL REDUCED I I 0 J j 0 OTHIS 0THIS 0THIS
THIS LIST TELLS OF OTHER REDUCTIONS ON USED PIANOS
II Knabe < > llnho Mahogany an I rlright Bright Pijuio Pijuiopractically P Piiurnprzwticaliy 2U1O 4 00 Ii Iiprnltllally
practically new regular price Iilee oOO oOOKnabe 5OOILllltbe jOOKnube
Knabe Cabinet Grand Piano slightly slightlyused sli blly 3 360 6 0
used use in In concerts regular r n1 r price pr ec 600 600Emerson 600Enwrson I IEmerson
Emerson Mahogany 1I ho an Upright Piano Pianosame 270 2 7 0 II II8iuue
same as new newSmith nc newSmith
I ISmilh
Smith Barnes Bn1J f Mahogany I hognn Cabinet CabinetGrand 225 25 i i11und
Grand Piano like i l1C iew iewliclier ew ewHeller H
I IHeller
200 II
Heller Cabinet Grand raiid Piano
I 75 75Weber
Smith Barnes Piano PianoWeber 17511 17511W
175 175Gilbert 75 75Gilbert
Weber W eber Cabinet Grand Piano PianoGilbert
Gilbert Upright Piano PianoSinger S 150 150Singel I 50 50Singer
125 125Gordon I 25 25Gordon
Singer Mahogany Upright Up ht Piano PianoGordon
Gordon Upright Piano PianoChambers H 7 75 75Chambers 5 5Chnmbtrs
Chambers Piano 5 50 0
PIANOLA AND AEOLIAN DEPARTMENT
Aeohan 750 750Aeolian J I Grand t mahogany I I regular price I price ce 550 550Acolian
i
Aeolian Organ oak and 1 1 25 2 rolls rollsmusic of 100
music 1 1 1S1e regular rcgunr piice pl 1flceS35 e 350 3 >
Aeolian walnut ahlli and 25 rolls of music Csj 7 C Cregular
7 5
regular price pncc 200 200li OO OOI P O OPianola
17 I 75 5
Pianola I li ano1a iioln very slight slightly v used O
Pianola mahogany in in I order y SI5O SI5OilllR 150 150niw 50 50O
O niw illlR U R NFW N EW E1 WiJl Wilibe il bc 121S20 F Street Stre < t It is particularly well adapted u < as piano salesrooms The Thevast TheU
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vast amount of space will enable us to show many times the present stock while whileQTfjPP whileTflR
QTfjPP STO TflR R E the decorative possibilities po sihi1itics of the store will enable us to make it the th handsomest as asinUiuiiu asI
inUiuiiu itsU I I till well as the l bgest rest e t piano warehouse in ill this section sectionf S > < tioll
ivivi WM f L KNABE Z CO PENNA ENN1 I2O9 I2O9PENNA AVENUE
LADY MANAGERS OF ST STLOUIS STLOUIS STLOUIS
LOUIS FAIR TO RECEIVE RECEIVEAffair REG IVE IVEAffair
Affair to Take Place at the Willard WillardTomorrow WiUardTomorrow WiIlarTomorrow
Tomorrow Afternoon AfternoonThe Afternoonne AfternoonThe
The rcceptlen re < eJJtl n to be given at the Now NowVlllard XowWillard NowWillard
Willard tomorrow afternoon bjrthe board boardof boardOf boardof
of lady managers of tho Louisiana Pur Purchase Purelta Furchase ¬
elta chase Reposition kpo tdon Is to bo one of the themoat thotRoet themost
moat brilliant affairs affar of the theeason eason and andManager andtanagor andManager
Manager HIght will attempt to make It Itthe Itthe itthe
the moat mo t elegant atagantThe olegantThe elegantThe
The Indications point to acceptances acceptancesef
ef Invitations Intatlo 8 by the President members membersof
of f the Cabinet United States 5at Supreme SupremeCourt Supremeeotlrt SupremeCourt
Court both branches et f Congress Conpos and andthe andtb andthe
the tb Array Arm and Navy NavyThe NavyTIle NavyThe
The receiving party will comprise such surhwellknown suchwellknown uch uchwellknown
wellknown women as Mrs irs James I IBlair L LBlaJr LaBlair
Blair o of St Louie president pro ldont oC the theboard therd thebaird
board rd of lady managers Mrs John Mil Miller Mi Milee 0111 0111ler ¬
ler Horton of New York rk chalroan of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the Daughters of the American Revolu Revolution Revolution Rovoluties ¬
tion committee Mrs Irs John J hn Heleoinbc Heleoinbcof H leombc leombcof
of Hartford Conn C nn Mrs Irs Mary Iary Phelps FhelpsMontgomery PbolpsIontgomelj PhelpsMontgomery
Montgomery of Portland Ore Mrs Irs Em Emily EmUy Emily ¬
ily Roebltng Trenton Mrs Helen Bolce Bolcekunsleker BolceHun8leker Beice1unsieker
kunsleker 1unsieker Philadelphia Mrs Frederick FrederickM
M 01 Hanger Little Lltt Rock Mrs Irs William H HColeraan HColeman HColeman
Coleman Indianapolis Mrs F I L > Port Porter Porte Portor ¬
er e Atlanta and Mrs Irs W Yo E Andrews AndrewsWashington AndrewsWa AndrewWashington
Wa WashingtonOPPOSING Washington WashingtonOPPOSING hlngton hlngtonOPPOSING
I
OPPOSING LOCATION OF OFMUNICIPAL OFMUNICIPAL OFMUNICIPAL
MUNICIPAL BUILDING BUILDINGG
G Gwyitn has written to the District DistrictCommissioners DistrictComml8slonors DistrictCommissioners
Commissioners opposing the plan of lo locating locating loeating ¬
cating tho proposed District Building Buildingwith nul1dln nul1dlnwIth Buildingwith
with the front parallel with E Street StreetHe StrEHtHe StreetHe
He says Os It will m have the effect or lbs thaPostofflce th thPostoffice lbsPostoiflee
Postofflce and of the Southern Railway Railwaybuildings Rallwaybulldlngs Railwaybuildings
buildings showing a corner corn or to Pennsyl Pennsylvania Ponnsylvania Ponneylvents ¬
vania Avenue enue He H suggests lIuggG15 that the thecontinuation theeODUnu theeontinuation
continuation eODUnu tlon of this process will form forma
a flight lght of architectural archuectural stairs along the thesouth thesouth thesouth
south side of the Avenue Mr Gwynn Gwynnthinks GVYDUthinks Gwynnthinks
thinks a hotter plan would be to close closeE closeE closeE
E Street and place the front of the thobuilding th thebuilding
building parallel with the Avenue The Thecommunication Thecommunication Thecommunication
communication has been noted and Sled SledCHRISTIAN fi flIedCHRISTIAN e < I ICHRISTIAN
CHRISTIAN ENDEAVORERS ENDEAVORERSSOCIAL ENDEA ENDEAVORERSSOCIAL VORERS VORERSSOCIAL
SOCIAL EVENING EVENINGA
A social consisting of the members membersof
of the th < t Christian Endeavor Society of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Luthor Memorial Church was held heldIn held1ft heldin
In the parlors of Miss Uss Bertha Edmon Edmonston Edmonston EdinonMoa
ston 96 T Street northwest last even evenIng evening evenlug
Ing Games were played and refresh refreshments reCreshmeRts refreshmeats ¬
meats sorvod and an exceptionally en enjoyable enj07llble enjoyable ¬
joyable evening was ti sp spent nt by all There Therewere Th Therewere re rewere
were present Misses Cromwell Miss MissStowell MissStowell tUssStowell
Stowell Mrs lrs Stowell Misses Leach Miss MissWilson MissWilson U8S U8S1I50n
Wilson 1I50n Mfs IIIH Flnekle Miss 1188 Hayes Mrs MrsMlckle MrsMickle Irs IrstUekle
Mlckle Rev J I G Butler D D Dpastor DPBtHor Dpastor
pastor Luther Place Momorlal Church ChurchMessrs Churchessrs ChurchMessrs
Messrs essrs Wurdoman Stirewalt Leech LeechStewoll LeechStewoll LeechStewoll
Stewoll Peach Auer Lerch McDonald McDonaldotc MeDonaldi MeDonaldJ UeDonaldetc
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Morphine or Poisonous Po isonous Drugs DrillsNot DrugsNot DrugsNot
Not a Patent Medicine 50 50Years 50Years 50Years
Years in Use UseMr UseMr
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Riding Pa write Father Johns JohnsMedicine JohnsMedicine John2Medicine
Medicine has baL cured me of a longstand longstanding longstandlung longstandtng ¬
ing lung trouble and cough I recom recommend recommend rocommend ¬
mend It to those who have suffered for foryears foryears foryears
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