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2 THE TllEW WASHINGTON TIMES SUNDAY APRIL ApiU 26 261 1008 > 03
OLUMBIAN ALUMNI ALUMNI INDORSE INDORSEGREATER INDORSEU I IGREATER
U GREATER UNIVERSITY PROJECT
Banquet Held at Rauschers RauschersLast RauschersLast RauschersLast
Last Night NightFornlality Formality of ofOther ofOther ofOther
Other Days Disappears In InEnthusiasm inEnthusiasm inEnthusiasm
Enthusiasm of New Ideas IdeasPresident IdeasPresident IdeasPresident
President Needham Tells of ofHis ofHis ofHis
His Dreams For an uUp uUptoDate Up UptoDate UptoDate
toDate Educational In Institution Institution Institution ¬
stitution stitutionHu
Hu a w dear to my heart arc arc a JDY y thoogMi thoubt of Columbian Co Columbian Columbtn ¬
lumbian lumbiantth lumbianWIffi lumbtnWbi
tth WIffi ii fowl recollection r vooIecti i present Pt t ± them hfl to t view viewFin viewc ViEWr4
Fin r4 c classroom e1u6 room tl Ule e omjpus DQ pIb the flngwnarked flngwnarkedtext
text books booksAnd boolcsnd looksnd
And nd every evfr loved spot which our college days daysknew darsw dars5lle daysknew
knew knewSi knewAe w
Si 5lle Ae ie wide vacant lot where I used to play pav hooky hookyThe > iookyJFho lOOk lOOkrhe
The bridge brid e oer Hock Cre Creek k wKgre we the cataract cataractfell cataractfell ctaractfell
fell fellIL fellIl felltefleS
IL Il < smi tefleS ene s > of O my home in my sumtn summer r vacation vacationThe ncationThe vcatiotZThe
The summer vacation that I tared so o well wellThe wenlhe wellThe
The Greater University was the thesubject theabj theibject
subject abj ibject > ct of chief importance at the an annual ann1 annaI ¬
nual n1 l banquet of the alumni association associationof
of Columbian University UnlYersityheld held at Rauscb Rauscber RaJJ6chHS Rapsvhcrc
HS er s last night The usual reception of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the members of the association associationas was held heldat heldat heldi
i at 7 oclock followed by the customary customaryfcanquet customaryanquet customaryH
fcanquet at 73Q 734 p 1 in inAs mAs inAs
H As compared with former occasions occasionsor occasionsthis
or G this kind the event last evening eveningmarks eveningmarks eveningniarks
marks an innovation in n the breaking up upof ul ulof upof
of the formal and somewhat impressive impressivebanquets impressivekmquets impressivebanquets
banquets of the past the dissipation o othat of ofthat
that air of sedate and solemn citizens citizensusually citizensU citizensusually
usually U U1ly found about the banquet board boardfcnd boardtond hoarind
fcnd nd the introduction of more of the wide wideawake wideawake ¬
awake spirit of college men who believe believein believein believeIn
in the future of the the university and who whoare whoare whoare
are looking with a hopeful hQpefu spirit to a afuture allltu afuture
future llltu e which hlc to t < them is full of prom
lStJ Old Ways Set Aside AsideAnd AsideAnd AsideAnd
I
And with all of this change there wasIJO wasro was wasro
ro evidence of departure from the bet better bet1d better ¬
ter things of the past Never in the his history history ¬
tory toty of the university have abler speak speakers speakts ¬
ers ts r responded to the afterdinner toasts toastsIc toastsIt toastsIt
It was due to the introduction of collegeangs college collegej collegengs
angs j ttgs in which all heartily joined jolnedthe jolnedtheinterspersing the theinterspersing thenterspersing
interspersing songs song by the University UniversityGlee universityGte tniversityGlee
Glee Gte Club between the speeches and the thefine thEfine thelthe >
fine music by the mandolin orchestra orchestrathroughout orchestrathroughout orchestrathroughout
throughout the evening that the old way wayof wayOf a aof
of doing oing things was set aside and a af afrighter alrighter
f fighter and more enjoyable evening was wasluraished wasluwshed waslursished
luraished to the assembled guests guestsThe guestsThe guestsThe
The banquet was was served in Rftaschers Rftaschersnew RtuSchersnew Rausehersnew
new banquet hill aIl aad Dd the tables were werearranged werearranged I Iarranged
arranged in n the form of a horseshoe horseshoewith horseshoeWIth horseshoes1th
with the arc of the shoe facing north northHere northHere northHere
Here were seated the toastmaster Hon HonA HonA HonA
A A S Worthington of the class of 1868 1868atjd 1ScJ8the 1S6k 1S6kaI
atjd the speakers of the evening At Attlie Attlt Atuie
tlt tlie uie southern end of the hall hal in the bal balcony ball halrony ¬
l cony nyseats seats were reserveed for 10r the theladies tlteladies thekdies
ladies who liateaed l iteDed latently iiltentlyw to the thex thexercises BX BXercises nxerI5es
ercises and it ad d who added dded much to the theChusiawn thellUsiasm thehusiasin
Chusiawn of the occasion occasion by ifiir ifiirhtarty theirhearty their theirToasts
hearty aplause aplauseT applause applauseToasts
Toasts T s and Songs SongsAfter SongAfter SongsAlter
After the banquet an elabOrate elab rate affair affairo
o nine nne courses was concluded the thetcastmaster t thetcasteRter e
tcastmaster announced aDnOUh ann uael the staging ef efthe efthe
the oW sons so g Landlord Pill the Flew Flewng Flowng F1wng
ng Bpirl BowVand wlnand aad added I4ed 1 ed all 11 will be beexpected beexpected us usexpected
expected to slag no ODe will be com compelled come1 cornpelied ¬
pelled e1 led to todt drink drinkla CIrllk CIrllkt ± nk nkBcMJnc1ng
la t iLpe KBBOuaclng BcMJnc1ng uDclng tbe tne first speaker of the theevening theeeiiIag
evening ee tag Mr XrWorthiDgton Worthington spoke Sp ke of his hisdream hisdream
dream of a greater nation a greater greaterCapital greaterCap greaterCaptal
Capital Cap tal a greater thirst for knowledge knowledge2nd knowldgeilud knowledgemd
2nd a greater uaiTersity one that should shouldbeifthe shouldbe shouldbet
beifthe be < the university of uaiversities and aadintroduced 314introdueed andintroduced
introduced President Pres deJU Needham Nee4n am as the thepresident tJteresldent thepresident
president resldent of f tfc tM iMdvefsiiy ti1 verSlty ofr of o SBIVCBR SBIVCBRties sulvernites IW IWLeI
ties p pPres1den
tiesPresident President Needhajn NeOOb JD spoke In an an anSt featn featnest ift iftt ¬
t est St t maaaer at some some length of the needs needsof Deedsof needsof
of U t1te tz e university unlveflfli in order > rder to rank rankhe ashe as asthe
the he first rst in uptodate methods methods While Whilethis WhilethiS Whilethis
this university ha hail enjoy enjoyed joJeda a long I ng fif fift are aret <
t did not ajr nhat that h tJoIti ton e llte b implied implieddecay Implieddecay plLed plLeddecay
decay ln Ifliitionj attujons i Jike J ifice 7 fi reu IJ rasst rasstjjiOve mrt mrtuove urstmove
move on or ortIt orthey = tley y weald wou1dfa weu1dtaijJahefr fapjathef thetr r mis mission mission inisatoll ¬
sion The needs D e Ql < t 7th theprese the present at day dayzreln da daHen dayi
Hen i re In advei advmc eof or the needs ne of othgr othgryears otitrea othrlear
years lear ea and 1Id the university llnlver ityuituit must provide provideA frovitteA provideA
A PffOENIX PffOENIXH PFIOENIXMead
H Mead ad ef f a Colorado CoIM2doSchOGI School System at atTwentyNine atTwentYN atTwentyNiie
TwentyNine TwentyNineA TwentYN TwentYNA TwentyNiiettrong
A ttrong strong uOR healthy hungry 1 ngcY farmers farmers boy boywill boyilL boyw1L
will ilL eat pretty near anything anytk1tigthat nytkl ig that he het hean 1wtu
t tu an get et his teeth Into HeiS He is very very apt aptin aptEJ apii
in EJ i rais way 1 to lay the t e fowRdsthm for forfuture forfuture forfuture
future HJbealth Ur Ulbeqlib particMlRrly paTtie j y if he helakes heikea hekrn
lakes krn up a I itry tAryoocupatioRta occupation In laterhP later laterli Jat4 < r rP
li hP > P v VA i iro
A promtnnT ro seg 5 flg man 4I of m city of ofColorado ofC ofCo1awb
C Co1awb Colorado laradoWM wh was born oa e a farm raJJD in ineastern infa Ineastern
fa eastern rn Illinois tflIAiQ g says ys All AIItrough through my myouth myouth myouth
outh I had an a abnormally developed developedi developedvetfte developedipetfte
i > petite which I was Wa allowed to gratify gratifyre gratityely
re r ely iy During Durn the winter months es especially e8pfdan captilaIly ¬
pecially I consumed mcd great quantities quainitl a of ofsorghum 0 0sorghum ofsorghum
sorghum Mohuees JiioIat8 pancakes and bis bisutt binuitn
utt uitn 1
at the age of nineteen I left leftthe lefte tt ttHl4
the Hl4 e farm ann and ed tiered the school I room roomteacher Q1 Q1i
< i a 1 teacher tacber I bad d beeome l ocorne me a conftnuedulfert confirmed confirmedsuffering confirmedtifforing
suffering > ulfert > > g dyspeptic Constant laxatives laxativesv laxativeswere
v were re neceswry n neev and atldoaly p only ly the very aba abaI alJnJlest
I Jlest iest feeds would Uld digest at all For F sead sev seviiul sevlal
iiul lal d years I carried no other dinner < < to tovho tohoeI tohoI
vho hoI i but oatmeal ostmealand and crackers crackersLife crackersUfe crackersLife
Life dragged ged wearily along in this thisiiuu thJaamer ibisueer
iiuu amer er Six years ago I I married amivettt and andweDt andut
vettt ut to college colJe and two years were werespent WfleJ1t werepuit
spent puit J1t there but all the the time ray mental mentalwork mentalwork mentalark
work ark was seriously seriouI hindered hin ered by head headf1ches headarhes Beadaches
aches and drowsiness caused by Dt my F in inctigesttoa 111rl indIgestion
dIgestion rl tora Leaving college I taughtheel taught tatqJbtheel taughthool
heel again a ayar year in the midst of ofhlck 6fhiclt ofh1ch
> hlck I I suffered SB aaattaek attack of brain fev fever feve feyr ¬
er e r Three Th years rear ago aIio I I cam ca cams to Colora Colorado Colrado fo1oraii
do ii end tcok charge of the grammar T8m1Dar de department deartment deurtment ¬
partment artment cf the s schools < rhoois bool here until entilFeb entilFeblt Feb Pebty Febtr
ty tr 1001 l lt HJ when my poorly nourished nourishedu
u L i y ouM U I no longer stand the strain strainfeiiu IJtn straInui a ar
r feiiu < lii ui I completely collapsed coliap ed in iacia inL1
cia L1 1 ludv t 1 h ard I mind For two weeks week 1 1oinl Iof
1 roini oinl of death unconscious unconsciousr
r f f e i iirnt < ilL Ln Then GrapeNuts was wasf wasr wasJ
J f r r > a steady diet and the theseetaed tbfII theIr
II seemed a miracle miracleIi mlndAale
Ii I ale short I am mow n wprin wprinI pria priar
r tool I rio system here at twen tweiuv twenIf
v r of If f age dud < nd am doing doln dou douof douof doef >
of f brain work work I ever ever did didi didbetter didbetter
i ji m better health than at att atI atI
t I I can remember r membcr I eat esta
a t ail 1 i kinds of food 110 D laxa
1 tiii T iI headaches are almost almostii almostrpeNuts
ii 1 aI i GrapeNuts has inde this ihlsOT thisp
p 0 OT C t IJ I r You can understand Dderndwby Dderndwbya why whyr whyrecoismend
r arJy a Jf recowmeiwi D Ori Grspefitts Grspefittsa pe1futs pe1futsr pe futs futsr
r r d a regular re IIU dish at morning morningS mornlneXfals morningsic
S m Xfals sic in asy 1ft Yo farafty Name Nameh NamePvtuui
h i tr t Porlttm P y lttmCOmpa Company y Dut1Icb Battle
Icb
I J 1 President Charles Chai har1es W Needham r I
for all of the demands dema ds of commerce commercescience commeTCscience commercescience
science medicine and law JawThe lawTbe lawThe
The location l atlon for a greater university universitywas
was well chosen at the National Capitalsaid Capitalsaid Capital Capitalsaid
said Dr Xeedham All of the demands demandsfrom d tiernaridsfrom tDarrt tDarrtfrom
from the various departments reaches reachesout reacbesout reachesout
out to all of the research and progress progressof progre < 3 3of
of the world The buildings now oem oempied occu occupied OCCllpied ¬
pied were inadequate inade < uate to accommodate accommodatethe
the students larger buildings and more morebuildings nloreb niecebuildings
buildings b ildings are required the lack of ofmoney ofrnone ofmoney
money rnone for these the enlarged opportunities opportunitieswas
was the great obstacle to the proper properdevelopment propeldeelopment properdevelopment
development of the ideal university and andthe andtbe andthe
the alumni should join heartily In aid aiding aiding aidleg ¬
ing in all possible methods in bringing bringingto
to th attention attentI n of all the great needs needsof needsof i iof
of their alma mater and the great field fieldof fieldof fleldof
of opportunity awaiting ivaitiDg Columbian ColumbiaaAt ColumbianAt
At the conclusion ccm usioit of the address the theColombian theColambian theColmzmblan
Colombian Glee Club a male quartet quartetsasg quartetSaBguDoan quartetsang
sang SaBguDoan Dean Ye Cry Ma Honey HoneyIn HoneyInannouncin HoneyIn
In Inannouncin announcing the thenextts next speaker er the thetoastmaster thetoastmaster thetoastmaster
toastmaster referred re < < re to the hIgh post position postti POSties ¬
ti ties n of the United States Supreme Supr m Court Courtsod C6urta Courtand
sod a said saidUpon saidUpon saidUpon
Upon the roil of those t leewho who bare sat saton saton saton
on that thatgr great t tribcta trsbunitt l non n none ca cn claim elatmgreater claimgreater labn labngreater
greater respect r P Ctt1taiithe tfcait the sue whom whomI whomIh I Ihave Ihive
have h ve the lioflpr troapr to toi IntrddecJustice IntrddecJusticeBrewer iairddoo ttr c n rJastice rJasticeBrewer J stice
Brewer
Justice Brewers Address AddressJustice AddressTQtlce AddressJustice
Justice Brewer gained the attention of offiia ofI pfhis
I his andience by a cleverly Cleyerly turned re remark relark ccmark ¬
mark lark upon the statement of the toast toastmaster toastmaster toastmastermadd
master mastermadd mad earlier in the evening to tothe totbe tothe
the effect e1f ct that he had found out in his hispractice hisra binpratice
practice ra tice that logic anti an decisions of the thecourt t1ecourt tilecourt
court were not n9t synonymous and saM saHthat saMtut saMthat
that he Brewer had hadbeen been advise by byflhr a aphrenologist ahrenologiat
flhr phrenologist nologist soon after his graduation graduationfrom gradpatt graduaiioufrom n nftom
from Yale that his father would waste wastemoney wotemane wastemoney
money mane by sending sendiI g him to coSege cohege and andthat and1bat andthat
that he would never stake naak a lawyer lawyerCoBtinuing lawyerContinuing lawyerContinuing
Continuing h he said d that later some of ofhis ofhis ofhis
his his legal friends to whom he had T Tiated re rel related
iated l this experience eXPerienee had ba stated that thatthey t thatthOy Jat Jatib
they ib were now fally convinced that thatphrenology t1 titpkenology
phrenology was one of toe the exact exactsciences enctI exactsciences
SC sciences Dees In a more serious vela vaiR he hestated h hted hestated
I stated ted that A was not large a ge and beauti beautiful beantiful uii ¬
ful buildisgs large enrollment broUmentsof of stu students students stydents ¬
11 dents that made great universities unersities but butthat butthat butthat
that instructors who were were the best in inthe inthe inthe
the country C4 > unuy were ere tbe means melt by which whichl which101M whichthe
l the e ideal university unJv n1ty could oe be reached reachedTfce reachedThe reachedThe
The question which is paramount paramo t be heeaid beaId beZakI
eaid aId is Is sot how much of a daetort doetOl how howmuch howmuchota howmuch
muchota much of a chemist eh mist now bowmuch how much of a alaw alawyer lawye law lawyer ¬
yer ye one one can become ecome bet how bow much o oaJiaceomptish oe oet5fl e ecan
can aJiaceomptish accomplish as a > > an American citi citizen ctt cttzen ctttzen
zen and to this thiiidcud end the tbellfJi uQive university rsity ity of ofthe ofth ofthe
the th future should strive to tomak icake mak its aim aimFoilowiRfi a1JnF4riiowiRg aimFollowing
Following F4riiowiRg the address a aress dles cf Js Jttiec JttiecBreWer jstiee jstieeBreWer njec njecBreWer
BreWer the guests < < nests joined in aHiging aHigingHow lagliii lagliiiHew B1 1g 1gHow
How Dear to My Heart Ate tfccTaonghts
Thoughts Tboughtsof of ColmaWaa ColmaWaaWilliam ColumbiaILWiltiam CoIuwblanWilliam
1 William Miller Collier Collt < < solicitor 1i01i tOT cftfce <
t the e Department JepaJ tIQent of OfCQmm Commerce tce iaii ad 11 La Labor Laher ¬
her was wl1tJen wa4 then introduced
Mr Collier Gcllie1spcJ spoke Ice interestingly interes tingYc of fhls fhlshiKh hi hihigh him himhigh
t high regard for the alumni lumni of Colum Columbiaa Columblan Columhiatt
biaa aDd the strong front indors indorsmncTit fu1ettt iueiit which wbicltheir whichI
their the useful lives UVf had Iai given ghe to tla t ibeir ir irun irunI anl anlver uniI
I
I ver versity ity In fA nis hi opinion there was j jI as asgreater
I greater recommendation than tbe thesent ia iasent mpa mpaflent >
sent forth frost fro an aninsUtUttonot aninsUtUttonotingThe f institution of tears Learning tearsing
ing ingThe ing The prcspects prcap t t forcJIUIJ fnr or Coiorebiajj i8J111ra i8J111rabrisht anbright an ursbright
bright Bi His H faith was based b 1ed 09 e il ilwork t1K t1K1ork th thwork
work done donetu in the past and lie he ftiliyidorscd ftiliyi uUytiQdorseC utIytlndorse4
dorse4 dorscd the the cLaims c mt set forth for or the fitness fit fitness fttnra
ness trT Jt jais this city l y as tb Ute location B of tbj tbjideal the theide th thideal
ide ideal l onUersity u hentty of t tmiversities tmiversitiesAt versities versitiesAt
At the close c 9l 9 f the afterdianei afterdianeispeeches after4Jnnersp r rspethes
speeches sp eebes ta the bancniet t closed c19 by b al aljoining all alljoining alljoining
joining in t tlie tb familiar amilLar words o1ds of o11 A Auld 4uWLaD AuldLang U ULaay
Lang LaD Syije S SAD1oa Svn SvnAmong r rAuioBg
Among AD1oa t those peent present were weretbef the fellow fellowia followjag lo loi9
ia jag members of the alumni alumni and invitedgeests i invited itrirjtedgnesta ite iteguests <
guests guestsDr gnestalr geestsDr
Dr George Gear NAefeer N Ae Ctodrge P Alder AlderKn Ald AIderson r rHit
Kn Hit Dr C CW W Appl Applr ApplrDr APPfr APPfrDr r rDr
Dr J 1 TWesley Wesley Bovee > William A Boyd BoydJustice B BoydJustice yd ydJustice
Justice D J Brewer Br B wer MehUJi1dW MehUJi1dWBrown Archibald W WBrown WBrown
Brown Cnapln Cbas > > m Brown BIoWBAltlbl Aldis B ftrentrae ftrentraeDr aow aowDr M MDr
Dr J 1 H Burc Bureb W W Burrell B ltv r C CH CH CH
H Butlar u larDr Dr W K K Butler ButlerArthur ButlerAltbur ButlerArthur
Arthur W Calver CatverHenry Henry Calver Ca1YerDr Ca1YerDrt Dr DrW DrW
W t P Carr Prof Mitchell MitchellCarrolt Carroll D DA DChambers DA
A Chambers Warren War < < Ei R ltChoate Choater Mel Melville Melville Melvile ¬
ville Church Walter C Clcphane Will WlUlaJII Wilttarn Willlam
lam M1hlero1hier Miller fSolller merFB F FB B Crosthwalte CrostltwaltcCharles CrosthwalteCharles CrosthWa1Cbllrl
Charles Cbllrl s Ray JD DaD ao William A HtCMndry Ht BeCandry
CMndry W Riley Rn Deeble Be ble Dr WiHlami WfHiunJanY7JohB Wilif WiHlamiDOanally ems emsDanaIlyJohn
DOanally DanaIlyJohn anY7JohB Jobn T Doyle Andrew A1drewBDu AndrewB B I Dii DiivaIl > u uvail
vail vailJohn 11 11Tohn
vaIlJohn John Paul Earnest Dr Robert Fletch Fl tc1l ¬
er erDr Dr J JL MFlint 31 Flint TJ US S A Charles E EFairmaa EFairman IiFairman
Fairman Charles L Frailey Frail e Dr W IV Yo B BFrench BFrench BFrench
French FrenchDr FrenchDr FrenchDr
Dr Theodore Gill W Russell GlennProf Glenn GlennProf GlennProf
Prof J H Gore Rev S H Greene W WS WS WS
S Hardesty John K Hench Edwin EdwinInn A AHill AThu
Hill Prof H L Hodgkins J T W Hol Hoicombe Holcombe Holcombo
combe Charles W W V Holmes J T C Hornblower Horn Hornblower Hornblower
blower Dr C N Howard G E HustedDr Husted HustedDr HustedDr
Dr J T Taber Johnson William G John Johnson Johnson Tohnson ¬
son Jacobus S Jones J T Henry Kaiser KaiserDr KaiserDr KaiserDr
Dr A F A King William B King T TA TA TLambert
A Lambert Charles Linkins Fred D DMeKenney DMeKenney BMeKenney
MeKenney Dr T N McLaughlin C C CMcRoberts CMcRoberts CMcRoberts
McRoberts Hpii Wayne Wa ne MacVeagh A AE AH AE
E H Middleton Dr Maurice E Miller MillerProf MillerProf 1 111 er erProf
Prof C E Munroe MunroePresident MunroePresident MunroePresident
President C W Xeedham Harry Xor Xorment Xorment Normeat
ment Theodore W V Noyes Stanton tC tCPeelle c cPeena CPeelle
Peelle Judge Stanton J T Peelle E H HPeery HI ITPearL
Peery Dr W F FR R Phillips Arthur GPlant G GPlaat GPI
I Plant PI D t Van V an A Potter rotter ouerJ J Clarence Cla renee op Price PriceG PriceG 11 ce ceG
G Irving HayieW Ray RaviI1ti Icl Dr OW C w Richard RlrfiardSOB RIcha Richardson d dson
son Mason N Richardson iCbarc1Soit Prof Prgf Chan Channing Chai CimnslOg Chaining ¬
ning Rudd RuddLv RuddI
Lv 1 M 5aunders um1erDr Dr D IterCeot Ker ot ShuteProf shuteProf Shute ShuteProf
Prof Caarles C Ckarl itr S Smith Edwin W SpeW Soaldlof SJ1dfnc SpeW111g
lof James Jam H IL Spa Spalding 1 ding Dr A L 1 Stave Stavely St StaveiL ve veiIY
iIY ly iL J D Terrill Dr H C Thompson Th m n Dr DrJ DrJ DrFord
J J Ford Thompson Dr M F FTbomp FTbompn Thomp ThompRichard Thompaft
aft n Richard M Towson Cadwell C CTvler CTve CTvev
Tvler TvlerHcnry Tve TveHeDry Tvevusury
usury A Vieth Dr H J Washburn WashburnF TashburnF
F R Weller Prof H W Wiley Jesse JesseH JesseH T se seH
H Wilson Wi 50n S W Woodward Dr W C CWoodward CWoochntrd CWoodward
Woodward President A S Worthiag Worthiagtou Worthiagton
tou ton Bayard Bayard Wyman Dr H C Yarrow YarrowSeated YarrowSeated YarrowSeated
Seated in the balcony at the south southend southefld
I end efld of the banquet hall were the lot following lotl ¬
I lowing I wlng ladies who wb arrived In season seasonTor seasonfor a80n a80nfl
fl for for the Jt e afterdinner speeches Mrs Irs J T H HBurth HBurc HBurch
Burch Burc 1 Mrs J Wesley Bovee Mrs MrsMitcheH Mrsfltcbell 8 8j
j MitcheH Carroll Mrs Henry Calver CalverMrs Calveri CalverMrs
i Mrs W P Cutter Mrs r J P Earnest EarnestMrs Earnesti EarnestMrs
i Mrs C L 1 la Frailey Miss MIa Hallowell HalIowE l Mrs MrsEdwin Mrsi Mr MrEdwin
i Edwin A Hill Mrs rs Hazelton Miss nsa A AS AS AS
S Hazelton Milif Mis Ida Hlaman Mrs HL H HL HL
L Hodgkina Mrs C N Howard HowardMrs HowardIrs HowardMrs
Mrs Irs W1 w G J Jt Jtjiznson < 4 nso0 Mrs Herschel Herschelain HerschelMalnu HerschelMain
Malnu Main < ain Mrs C C E Munroe Miss nss Men Munroe XU11roe Menroe ¬
roe Mrs C W Needham Miss Mias Mis Need Needhfim NeedhElm Needham
hElm Mrs M N Richardson Mrs Rudd RuddMrs RuddJMrs RuddMrs
JMrs Mrs D K Shute Mrs A T I Stuart StuartMrs StuartMrs
I Mrs J J D Terrill Miss Terrill Mis MisSara Miss MissSara U83 U83I
Sara West We t Mrs H f J Washburn liIIhburn Mrs MrsA MrsI MrsA
I
I A G Wilkinson Miss S Wilkinson llkinBCn Mrs MrsA MrsI MrsA
A S Worthington Mrs M Bayard Wyman WymanREPORTED WymanREPORTED ymn ymnI
I r
REPORTED ENGAGEMENT ENGAGEMENTOF
I OF MRS HENRY B PLAN PLANMEW PLANT PLANTNitw
J
MEW W YORK April 25 5AeconIlng According to toa toa toa
a report which has been well circulated circulatedin
in Tammany ammany quarters recently ex exi eO eOSherHt etSheriff
i Sheriff Thomas J Dunn is soon to marry marrySirs ma ry ryMrs
Sirs 18 Margaret argaret Loughman Plant widow wiuovii wiJowof widowof
i of Henry B Plant the developer o oSouthern of ofS04tberD ofSouthern
Southern steamship 1It JI1shiP railway and other otherenterprises othere otherenterprises
enterprises e terprises which amassed a fortune oi o
1 12 29000000 000000 fpr f r him himMrs himMrs
I Mrs Plant has a house in Fifth Ave A AveI V VDue
I 1 cue but she he was out of Qftown town today l < J
those who questioned questhme1Mr Mr Mr Dunn he re refaced ccfused t
faced to deny or affirm the report His Hiat Hissan
son On who was seen at at Ute exsheriffs exsheriffshouse exsheri4tdlOUiJe exsberiffuhouse
t
dlOUiJe house tonight paid paidTve paidf aid
f f Tve beard about tJout this for tllt the last lastt btstsix
1 t six taonths Oi nth l but I don dont t believe the o4 011man
1 1 > man is s going to marry rry again againPERSONALS1 aesainI aahLPERSONALS
I PERSONALS1Secretary PERSONALS PERSONALSSecretary 1 1Seeretarr
Secretary Root RO tIert left for fqr New York on OBan onan onan
an early train 1e8terda yesterday esterdaizttersoon esterdaizttersoonRuus afternoon afternoonRufus aft rnoon rnoonRuCtJ8
Rufus Kins Kln the sixteenyearold son sonof 80nof sonof
of Oea Gen Charles King King the iha novelist of ofsoldier oraoJdier ofsoJdter
soldier life lif is h in the city He is is s stop stopping 8tOpP stopping ¬
ping P Ing with Mrs Bocock of 1714 Q Street Streetnorthwest Streetnorthwest Streetnotthwest
northwest Young King Is at the Na Naval NRi Naval ¬
i val Academy AcademyI
t I It I B Cutler superintendent superintendent of the theMunicipal thet theI
t Municipal Lodging L dgin House has returned returnedI
I from Georgetown Del where wlere he was wa wai wasoperated
1 operated on for a cancer of the right righthand rIghtj
j hand The operation was successful successfulHURT successfulI
i 1 I HURT IN FIRE PANIC PANICPKORIA PANICPEORIA PANICPICORIA
PEORIA 111 April 25 iiFI Fite Fix thousandpersonawere thousand thousandpersons thousandpel8OlIswere
persons pel8OlIswere were thrown into a panic at the theskating thesleatlng theskating
skating sleatlng rink the old Tabernacle ikte iktelast l lte lteIaat tl tlat
last at night by an alarm of tire and up upward uo uoI u uward ¬
ward of two dozen do en were injared but none nonesoriOBgly nOI1pfJOIiolUSy
t5fjOy5Iy I soriOBgly In a special prise contest contustin CORtl3tin contestin
in which 500 took part an electr light lightwire lightWktlaa bightwire
wire Wktlaa In a dressing drcsaingroom room sot fir tire < tc the thewoodwork theWoMwork thewoo4work
woodwork and Jin soon flames 1Iam ames and nl uokc uokcwere uokewe itOkCwere
were we perceptible and a apaulc panic eiwie eiwieThe e1Jt ezpsusst ezpsusstThe U UThe <
The flre was quickly extinguishaJ
PAPERS PAPERSFOUND PAPERSf I
f FOUND IN PACKET
Contiimed OonU ued from Pint Page Pageproperty Pageproperty Iageproperty
property Now ow It is Iselainfed claimed that the thefinding thefinding thefinding
finding of public documents in the pack package package package ¬
age brings her action within the scopeof scope scopeof scopeof
of the law Ia and the the1ecisiQn decisiqn of the De Department Department Dopartmeat ¬
partment of ofJu8 Justice ceori on the th matter will willbe willbe HI HIbe
be awaited with great 8reatintere Interest InterestMr InterestMr i iMr
Mr Payne refused to express his opin opinion opinio opiniou ¬
ion io iou on the case saying 1ng that it was not nothis nothis nothis
his province to topasa pass upon points of law lawNeither lawNeither
Neither Judge nor Mrs Tyner has hasasked hasasked
asked the Postmaster General for a aItearing ahearing ahearing
hearing and no such request is antici anticipated anticipatcc1 anticipitted ¬
pitted Their reasons for or the dramatic dramaticabstraction dramaticabstraction dramaticabstraction
abstraction of o f the papers have not been beenofficially beenofficIally beenofficially
officially explained Mr Payne said he hewould hI hIwould hewould
would not state what his next step willbg will willbe wil1b
be b and declined declinedlosay to say whether or not nothe notlie nothe
he contemplated asking for or a search searchwarrant searchwarrant searchwarrant
warrant in order to search the Tyner Tynerhouse Tynerhouse Tynerhouse
house for papers that may have aye been beenwithheld beenwithheld boonwithheld
withheld from the t lc eyes or the depart department tJepartment departmeat ¬
ment mentChristiancy mentChrist Christiancy Christ a cy toBe to Be Investigated InvestigatedThe
The second event of ot the day was the thedemand thedemand thedemand
demand by C C A C CChllstiancy Christiancy Acting ActingAssistant AcU ActingAssistant g glUsJ
Assistant lUsJ tanl Attorney Atnr y General Generalor for the Post Postoffice Postoffice Postoffice
office Department that his official acts je jethoroughly e etJiOroughly ethoroughly
thoroughly investigated invtttca ted coupled with ins insrequest t therequest 1e
request that bi hp be beTelteved relieved from duty fiiurwhile dutywhile Jut Juthlle I
while hlle the Investigation 1nn jxaUon Is in progress progressThe progrefiILTlt progressThe
The Tlt demand was was handed to Mr Payne
late in the afternoon and he stated that thatthe thntthe thfitthe
the demand and request would be grant granted gra graed granted ¬
ed Mr Christiancy Chrislian y has been under no nospecial nospeeial nospecial
special investigation inestl alion except in the sense sensethat senfifJthat sensethat
that the entire department is being beingclosely beingclosely beingclosely
closely overhauled by the inspectors and andbe andbe andbe
be was naturally more mor or less under underscrutiny underscrutiny underscrutiny
scrutiny in company with all the otherheads other otherheads otherheads
heads of divisions divisionsMr dlvhionsMr divisionsMr
Mr Payne said l that the acting head headof headOf headof
of the department during the leave to be begranted begranted begranted
granted Mr Christiancy would be a man manto manto manto
to be nominated by the Attorney Gen General General Geteral ¬
eral who has been requested to dele delegate delegate delegate ¬
gate one of his subordinates for the pur purpose purpOSi purpose ¬
pose Who this i ien en n is Mr r Payne has hasnot hasnot hasnot
not yet learned learnedMr learne1Mr learnedMr
Mr Christiancy has taken much to toheart toheart toheart
heart the criticism which has been beenheaped bepnheaped beenheaped
heaped upon bltl Him lor 01 big failure to stop stopMrs stopMrs
Mrs 115 Tyner from cleaning out her hue husbands hUIibands huebands ¬
bands safe In an authorized state statemeat statement statemeat
meat issued by a close elot friend he abso absolutely aMolutely absolately ¬
lutely denies denies that that there was the slight slightest slightest slightest ¬
est collusion between himself and MrsTyner Mrs MrsTyner Irs IrsT
Tyner T rer and to strengthen the assertion assertionhe 8S assertionlie crtion crtionhe
he alludes to what are called violent violentattacks violentattacks iolent iolentattacks
attacks upon himself byJbe by he Tyners He Hepoints HeJloints Heijoints
points out that If there had been collu collusion collusion cohnnba ¬
sion he would have remained quiet until untiltbe untiltb untilthe
the tb abstraction was accomplished or orwould orwould orwould
would have said nothing at all
ISHA SHAW W SUSPECTED OF OFCHECKING OFCHECKING i
CHECKING
Continued from First Page Pagethe Pagethe Pagethe
the number of stamps ipe PJf destroyed detro ed com compared comJare9 cornarod ¬
pared arod with the number nu BQer alleged by b the thestamp thestamp thestamp
stamp division to have been turned over overte overto overto
to your committee committeeNo committ committeeNo e eNo
No I have no means of knowing ex except e ecept C Ceept ¬
cept by the fast ut that the packages bore borono boreno boreno
no appearance of having been tampered tamperedwith tamperedwith tamperedwith
with and the fact that the stamps stampswere stampswere stampswere
were closely watched from the time they
came into the Treasury BuildingDo Building BuildingDo BuilditlbDo
Do you know know the value of the stamps stsonpdestroyed itunpsdestroycl stampsdestroyed
destroyed by your committee committeeI I II
I know the th value only as the stamps stampswere stlimpswere stampswere
were counted by the stamp division divisionThe dIYiilimThe divisi3nThe
The value of the stamps surrendered to tothe tothe tothe
the Internal Revenue Bureau fur de delemption dedeznptlon
lemption amounted in the last year to toseveral tosecral toseveral
several million dollars and the number numberof numheror numberof
of stamps destroyed to many millions millionsmore mi11ioDsmore millionsmere
more moreInvestigating moreInvestigating mereInvestigating
Investigating Findings by Committee CommitteeThe CommitteeThe CommitteeThe
The investigating inve tigatlng committee of the theTreasury theTreasury theTreasury
Treasury Department found that there therewas t1u therewas re reVias
was opportunity for theft of stamps be between b9tween between ¬
tween the time th the count was made by bythe bythe bythe
the stamp division and the time the thestamps thestamPs thestamps
stamps stamPs were destroyed destroyedIt
It was further suggested by the com committee committee coalmittee ¬
mittee that it weald wool have been an easy easymatter casymatter easymatter
matter to abstract stamps from the thepackages thepackagefS thepackages
packages after they were first counted coantedPossession countedPoselsion countedPossession
Possession in every instance IDst ce is the theentire tluenli theentie
entire enli e ten poittts po1gof of tIle the law at > the thestamps thetamps thestamps
stamps ar a are wi wmli n fa faCe e value valueaB4 and re redeemable redeemable redeemable ¬
deemable They friar b br r no nuners numbers or orchecks orchOckS orcheeks
checks of any kind k2ndby by by which they could couldbe couldbe couldbe
be traced It is true that It might b bdifficult 00 00dUficult bedilhi
difficult dilhi uut to explain ownership of stamps stampsof stampaof stampsof
of large denominations such as those thoseworth thoseworth thoseworth
worth 11000 1 1OOO oo but comparatively easy to 10redeem toredeem toredeem
redeem stamps worth 50 S20 O or 10 10Findings 10Findings 1OFindings
Findings of the committee were not notonly notonly notonly
only exhibited to the Commissioner of
KINO BAILIFF KENDIG KENDIGTAKES KENOIGTAKES KENDIGTAKES
TAKES A TUBN URN AS NURSE NURSEThe
The life of the court bailiff is full of oftrials oftrials oftrials
trials beyond the lot ot of the average man manbut manI manbut
but the Infinite variety of things he may maybe maybe maybe
I be called upon to do lends a distinct distinctcharm disUnctcharm distinctcharm
charm to the otherwise humdrum humdrumround humdrumroun humdrumround
round roun < of dutyBailiff duty dutyBailiff dutyDaIUIr
Bailiff Kendig of Judge Kimballs Kimballscourt KImba1lscourt KimbalVscourt
court is one of the bestknown and most mostpopular mostpopular mostpopular
popular officers in the Police Courts Coirts He Hehas Hehas I
has an Inveterate passion for swap swapping swapping swapping ¬
ping pocket knives It Is a fascinating fascinatinggame faseinalinggame fascinatinggame
game full of the element of chance and andBailiff andDaUlt andBailiff
Bailiff Kendig from long practice has liasbecome 11sbecome hasbecome
become an adept at it By diligent diligentswapping dilIgentswappIng diligentswapping
swapping he believes lie l e will get back backonce backonce backonce
once more the knife ill he ie first exchanged exchangedYesterday exchangedYeaterday exchangedYesterday
Yesterday Mr fr Kendig Kendi proved he was wasa wagI wasa
I a jackofalltrades beyond the least leastdoubt leastd01Cbt leastdosbt
doubt Mr Myer and am his wife were wit witnesses witI witnesses ¬ i
nesses neS eB in a case of larceny Mrs Mrlyer Mrlyerorought Myer Myerbrought Myerbrought I
I
brought her threemonthsold bsfay by into intothe intoI intoI
I the court room and when called called to the thestand thestand
stand she passed it to Bailiff Kendig KendigOccasionally Kcm1igI KCnhigOccasionally I
I Occasionally when Judge Kimballasking Kimball was wasasking wasalking
asking a question Mrs Myer would cast castjan castan eastan
jan an anxious glance g lan e in Mr Keadiga K eB IlIgS diree d direelion
1 lion but as the baby seemed delighted delightedIfledT delightedI delightedwith
I with Its new nurse she appeared antis salbj antisfled
j IfledT fled Bailiff BaJlUf Kendigs skFlf skill In keeping keepingi keepingthe
i the baby quiet did not pass p s without ap apjproval approvah I
jproval pToval as he handed little hlitleEUa Ella back backI I
I to her mother
DIED DIEDCARTWRIaHT1I DIEDAhtTWRiGUTOn
OAKTWRIGHT CARTWRIaHT1I On Wednesday April 22 22AJ 22A 22ANN
AJ A ANN N iiftBfX iUBE A 1 wife tf < f James Tame Cartwright CartwrightFW CartwrlgbtJiuner1 CartwrightVunerl
FW Jiuner1 > er J aervU ervkee from fr < Jfl bee Fate > rwdence dEoce 525 525Fifth 525fjrtb 52uFifth
Fifth Stmt northeast narUir 11It l Simony April pril 16 G at 3 3p Jpm 3 3p
10 It ItHANXEHAXX 1tHANSESNOn ItHtNNEMtNNOn
p pm
HANXEHAXX HANSESNOn On Friday April 24 lOU at atp atp ata
a p m at 1441 rowwran OKOron Street northwest northwestCARL1NA northwestCJUISA mrthWtCARLINA
CARL1NA lUKNEMANX lIASN a X aged fiftysix Jtftr h years yearsand yEjtfjand yearssad
and seven months widow of 1 1 R Hanneniann nannlIuaJluFuneral hianneinamFuneral HanneniannFuneral
Funeral Sunday 58 day at 330 p in from above aboveresidence al bore borerisidenec Oe Oer
r residence i deBet Funeral private > ap252t ap252tIN aptS2tIN 1 5 5IN
IN MEMORIAM MEMORIAMVEXMIN MEMORIAMFSUS MEMORIAMtEN
VEXMIN tEN II N In sad nwiriiibralKc nmIlJrall of 111 niy > dear dearsin < larson k > ar arlVn
son GKOItCK V VKXMlX E t who died one oi year yearago y yago YeliCugo <
ago today April iwil M t loot 11MJIt lootIt l5tIt
It HIS LOVING JO1 MOTHEU MOTHEUIROWH1HG IOTBEItBROWNING UTIiF1tBROWNING
BROWNING MIllOLETOwllolSALE MIDDLETOS MIDDLETOSWUOESALE
WUOESALE AND HETAIL GKOCKKS GKOCKKSAND GHOClitSIP CROCgItSANt
AND ANt IP COFFKE WFtE KOASTKRS IIOASTuIISSd
00 16 Pennsylvania Avc tu N AV AVPlwiw WPhone 1WPhone
Phone E i 6WY Washington D C CWe CWt Cwe
We rout row ot Our r Coffees C daily daB by the latest btc t im tinprnisii improved hnproved ¬
proved pr procci procciwi < KC8 KC8Vc > eNI eNIWe
wi We Vc 4511 mil especial attention to our 25c 2 Blend HlcndCYiffci meDIICoff BlendCn5ee
CYiffci Coff > This ill a HIM fine Ooffw oiler lret > equal to most mostsocalled n1O neatoel1ed > t tsocalled
socalled Java Jav and Mocha Give Gh it a trial trialJ triaLOt trialiet
Ot < J iet t mlr < r prifcs for all groceries before buying buyingeliwhere lllin lllinel buyingstnewhere
eliwhere stnewhereAll eliwhereAll el ltwhtle
All 11 order by mail or telephone given iven prompt jiromptattention piomptatf promptattefltirn
attention attentionGive atf attefltirnGive < ll1k ll1kGivl
Give us a trial awl 1 be > conviiuxsl < < ap2230t ap2230tEBBITT aJ223OtEBBITT ap2ttOtIBBTT
EBBITT HOUSE HOUSEV HOUSEWuhinfon HOUSEWasitinaton
Wuhinfon V jhinston D C American plan Army and andNavy andSvy andNvy
Navy Uea UeadquaJt lleadquarteea lleadquarteealLrl < i < > uart iw iwUrjC N1f
UrjC 1f JpPncn BURGH B J RCII ilanag limtr lim < r
Internal Revenue but were carried up upto Upto upto
to Secretary Shaw A conference was washad washad washad
had at which all parties interested were werepresent werepresent werepresent
present and the explanation was offered offeredthat offeredthat offeredthat
that the system was inherited from Com Commissioner Commissloner Cornmissioner ¬
missioner Wilson This was found to I
be true and in justice to Commissioner CommissionerYerkes r rYerkes i iYerkes
Yerkes it is said that he has not had hadan 1an i ian
an opportunity to make the correction correctionof jof j tor
of the system inasmuch as the stamps stampswere stampswere 1 1were
were surrendered in such great numbers T fat t tat Tat
at the time he assumed the office tnat lnatit I Iit I IIt
it has been practically impossible for forhim forhint t thim
him to make the change It is said he hecannot hecannot hecannot
cannot do so until the duties of the of office 0 0flee offlee ¬ +
flee are materially lightened lightenedWhy lightenedWhy f fWhy
Why Shaw Interfered InterferedIt
It Is rumored Secretary Shaw is dis displeased di diapleased ¬ f fpleased
pleased with the work of the committee committeein f fin I Iin
in view of the fact that the Govern Government Governmeat ¬ r rment
ment department scandals are already alreadyattracting alreadyattraeting alreadyattracting
the theUnited t tUnited I IUnited
attracting attention throughout t roughout
United States The Secretary is anxious anxiousto
to keep his own skirts clean and it is issaid Issaid s T THid
said be has done everything he could couldto conldto couldto
t tthe
in inthe inthe
to suppress Buppr s suspicion of irregularities
the Treasury lreas ry even to the extentof extent of ealilag call calling ¬ r ring
ing a halt on the work of iC the com committee eommlttee cornnilttee ¬ I
mittee mitteeMembers niltteeMembers T TMembers
Members of the committee have been beencalled beencalled t tcalled
called to account because of the fact factthat factthat r rtbat
that information inorDJ InforuaUon tloR of their findings has hasleaked hasleaked I Ileaked
leaked ont o1 t and been made public publicthrough publicthroOgh 1 1Ithrough
through The Times Mr Sbaw Is said saidto saidto f fI
I to have conferred conferre4 < < with 1th the President Presidentregarding Presidentregarding f fregardinc
regarding the question of publicity pubUcityof pubUcityofI of offaulty offaulty
faulty methods and has been advised to tosuppress tosuppress tosuppress
I
suppress anything of tbe kind unless unlessit +
it is sufficiently serious to make ake it Ia7 Ia7cumbent in lnI i iI
I I cumbent upon him to take summaryaction summary summaryaction 1 1I
I action The Secretary is believed to be bepreparing bepreparing 1 1preparing
preparing however to demand such suchchanges suchchangea suchchanges
changes as will protect the interests interestsof interestsof 1 1or
of the Government a
MAN FOUND DEAD DEADCIXOIfTXATI DEADCIXCIf DEADCJNCINATI
CIXOIfTXATI CIXCIf = A TI Ohio April Aprilbody 25rThc 25rThcbody sT e ebody
body of Harry Lewes aged twenty twentythree twentythreewho three threewho
who has been l > een missing i lng since last Tues Tuesday Taosday ¬
day was found yesterday in a boat near nearMilford nearliltord nearMilford
Milford The young mans skull was wasfractured washactured wasfracuureil
fractured and foul play Is suspected suspectedSPECIAL suspectedSPECIAL iuspectedSPECIAL
SPECIAL NOTICES NOTICESSPECIAL NOTICESSPECIAl NOTICESSPFIAI
SPECIAL NOnCE XOTICE5O 50 per pound For Bate BateFlorentine aie aiehierentine Ie IefJ
Florentine fJ trenthu do dog about two years II11i old o1dIt wrfRW wrfRWlee waigheltss
lee It ltss than tw pounds lot 1nttt hair a fine 8 It for tora I Ia fora < <
a lady J y price Jrice only i lou i SCUMUVS BIRD BIKDSTtlRK BIRDSTOlti BIRDSTORE
STORE 712 l 12th st nw apJS2t apl t
1000 Reward RewardFor RewardFor RewardPci
For information kdre leading to recovery of Madame MadameCatherines MadameCatherines adame adameCa
Catherines Ca I M1 St Hermrd female dog do ck last scot scotIth rnn rnn4tt
4tt Ith 1 1 and C 0 I sts nw > > w b being OK pulled with a rope ropel ro roby ropeby
l by > v a II whit hit man samiy saAll hair and JMl mustache mUl aehe gray graysuit gniysuit ruy ruyOit
suit Oit and light fedora hat Tiniac I North NorthDos XOft XOftIg Noetnesat NoetnesatDog
Dos is Hfiiit lif lt brown white stripe on face aee white whiteneck whiteneck hit hitftk
neck ftk all four feet six inches tip of tail white whitenaiiw whitename white0a0
0a0 name queen CU5fl MADAXK CATHKRIXE CNnURI r 5GB 5 5th 5thst > ithSL th thnw
SL st nw It ItSPECIAL ItSIECJAL itSPECIAL
SPECIAL NOTICE NOTlCESieeil Special ial meeting of Journey Journeymen JOIIIRIYnltJt Journeysitu ¬
men Plasterers Association A ation MONDAY 1IOXJJA Y APKlli APm APmilUt
27 Botiinegft ilUt inNt of importance importanceHv
Hv Hyordff fly order of President TI1OS E L REAKDOX REAKDOXap REAILDONapfOt
ap ap2 apfOt apfOtSPECLtL 92t 92tSPECIAL t
SPECIAL XGTICK SOTICRThe The annual meeting ef tb tbsUMkholders the thesteakholder
lito sUMkholders kh > I of the CrisweU Chemical Company ConiiMnyof
of Wa W IVehington > > iliiiiKton V C will ill be held at the thtcompanys tbttouIJ1OIns thevompsnyil >
companys ofltasn 19i5 19 Seventh Street northwest northweston northw northwn
on in n THURSDAY fHt tSD Y the tI 7th DAY OP IF MAY 1 1005at MO9 MO9at 1tiOdat
at 730 OCLOCK 1 P M Books for f < < the transfer transferof trnwfcrstock traneferof
of stock will be closed dOl e on May Ia 1 1903ap2314t 1003ap 1903 EhOsapf214t
ap2314t ap Ut C B KUEKM RnEi Secretary SecretaryAUCTIOK lfttaryAUCTIOX crretar crretarAUCTION
AUCTION SALES SALESJAMES SALESJAMES
JAMES W KATCUFFE Auctioneer AuctioneerTrustees AuctirneerTrustees octineerTrustees
Trustees sale in bankruptcy of the theentire theentire theentire
entire stock of plumbing supplies hot hotwater hotwater hotwater
water boilers and furnaces steam fit fittings fittings ¬
tings bronze and bronze liquids pipes pipesconnections pip pipesccnaections s
connections office furniture etc contamed con contained conI ¬
tained in store No axiS Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaAve I IAve
Ave N W by auction auctionHy auctiony auctionBy
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Hy y virtue rtue of f an II order cf the Supreme Court Courtof Courtof Courtof
of the District l > itttrirt of Cohimhia oumhlat in ill re Irwin J JFrench J JI 1French
French French bankrupt the ttnd undersigned > rs gneil trustee will willFell willttelJ sillsell
Fell bv by Imbue MlbJic auction Aithin the tit abov prem premises premoi preinieee ¬
I ises i on MONDAY MO J Y the 4th DAY I > A Y OK 0 MAY A Y A A D D19O3
19O3 100 at It 10 OCLOCK CLOITK M IL r a wellassorted wella oortw stock stockof stockof > > tudeot
of plumbing su 5uPIitt > iies 1oilere 11O 1ers furnaces fu Cfi 9t team stesilidttinhts teamfittlOP am amfitliiiirn
fitliiiirn bronzes etc ct cii < to which the at attention attcntitii t ¬
tention of the th trade anil private Eiv te buyers is callei calleiTerms taUejTenus ealleTernia
I Terms cash cashF ash ashI
F I W 1SRANDEMHTKG nRNDE l tG Tnistee TnisteeJeodids Tmsttfap Toisteemip2eodds >
ap mip2eodds Jeodids Fentlall nuildirjrKxiraorJinarily nuildirjr BuildirgExtrair uiltlirgI
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Extraordinarily Extrair hinar y PMK RKI g il laliorinj at the theminimum theminimum thernnInuliii
minimum rnnInuliii of f rusi si 1 A fish fishinuable f falintiable h i 0 0innaIJle
inuable spring suit lUll to t ortlor ortlorJ ortll rdir rdirJ > r Ii a aJ
J C WJNEPjlAN WUJE AN CO COKnowhow coKnohow CDKnowhew
Knowhow Tailors 914 F St StUNDERTAKERS StUNDERTAKERS StUNDERTAKERS
UNDERTAKERS UNDERTAKERSJ UNDERTAKERSLWULJAM
J LWULJAM WILLIAM LEE LEEUXDEUTAKEU LEEtPDERTInm LEEUSDnRTATER
UXDEUTAKEU AND ND LIVERY LIVERYE3Z LiVihitytat
tat 32 Perin Pe n Ave A vc X W IV Washington D O
BAUENPO BAENPUELL ELL REVIEWS REVIEWSVEST IIEV1E IIEV1EE8T
VEST E8T POINT CADETS CADERAccorded CADETSAccorded GAET8Accorded
Accorded Military Honors and In Inspects Inpect Inspects ¬
spects pect the CorpsWEST Corps CorpsWEST CorpsWEST
WEST POINT POI T April 25 2iGenerall 2iGenerallBadenPowell 2GeneralBadenPotvell General GeneralBadenPowell
BadenPowell of the English army armyvisited army armyvisited rmr I Iislled
visited the Military Academy today and andmet a andmet d dmet
met Major General Young YoungGeneral YoungGeneral YoungGeneral
General Young arrived last night ni ht and andwas andwas andwas
was received with full military honors honorsOn honorsOn honorsOn
On General Powells arriva he was met metby metby metby
by Colonel Mills and escorted to the theAcademy theAcademy theAcademy
Academy by a detachment of cavalry A Asalute Asalute Asalute
salute of thirteen t irteenguns guns was fired fin d in his hishonor blshonor hishonor
honor Colonel Mills Hlls and staff accom accompanied accompanied accompanled ¬
panied the visitor through the build buildings bulldings buildlags ¬
ings and explained the routine of the theAcademy thcAcademy theAcademy
Academy AcademyThe AcademyThe AcademyThe
The cadets gave an exhibition Tide Inthe in inthe inthe
the ridiue hall and the third class ci ss was wasput wasput wasput
put through the athletic exercises used usedto usedto usedto
to develop Uncle Sams Samssoldiers soldiers The Theentire TheenUre Theentire
entire battalion battaHonpassed passed in a grand re review review review ¬
view on the plains before the visitors visitorsGenerals Ti viSitorsGenerals ltors ltorsGenerals
Generals Young and Powell walked walkedaround walkedaround walkedaround
around the entire corps and inspected inspectedthem inspectedthem inspectedthem
them General Powell was enthusiastic enthusiasticover enthu enthusiasticover htstie htstieoer
over the drilling of the cadetsTEETH cadets cadatgTEETH cadetsTEETH
TEETH THIEFS LOOT LOOTXEW LOOTNEW LOOTNEW
NEW ROCHELLE April 55 gTe T1 The c po police police p0lice ¬
lice are looking for a tbi thief f who robbed robbedthe robbedthe robbedthe
the dental parlors of Dr F B Bradley Bradleyat Bradle Bradleat
at New Xc Rochelle of half a dozen sets of ofteeth oCteeth ofteeth
teeth belonging to residents of the thetown Utelown thetown
town One set belonged to a school schoolteacher schoolteacher bo l lteacher ¬
teacher
SLEW WIFE SHOT SELF SELFONBIDA SELFONEIDA SELFONEIDA
ONEIDA N Y April 25 25When When Mrs MrsPhilip MrsPhilip Irs IrsPhilip
Philip H Doerner oerner returned to her home homeafter bomearter homeafter
after an absence her husband followed followedher followedher followedher
her into a back room and shot her dead deadHe dea1He deadJe
He Je then shot himself in the head but butnot butnot
not ot fatally
LEAVES lEN 1ETHOU8AW 1ETHOU8AWA THOUSANO THOUSANOA
A YEAR TO EIPLOYES EIPLOYESProminent EMPLOYESPr F1PLt1YESVrominent
Prominent Pr minent Newspaper Mans Will Willto Villto Yi1 Yi1to
to Be Contested ContestedREABIKQ ContestedREADING ContestedREAD11fG
READING Pa AjwH JIJlltere j There Is Isproiafee ispromise
promise ef a a Mg Kg will eoaiact here hereJewte hereJetI86 hereJosue
Jewte hawley preprtetor ef c the mostprosperous most mostprosperous
prosperous iaUmd I laRd daily IB I th this State Statethe Statethe Statethe
the Heading Eagle died OB Sunday Sundayleaving Sundayleaving Sundayleaving
leaving an estate QUl e valued at nearly searlymillion earlymillion x xmillion >
million dollars dollarsHis dollArsI dollariHis
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one of his married daUk daughters two twothirds t tW0thirsts wo wothk
thirds thk s of the estate aunt and the other her one onethird onethird onethird
third Ten thousand t UtlculC1 dollars is e to be bedivided bedivided bedivided
divided on April 1 of seek rear among amongthe amongthe amongthe
the employee of the newspaper who whohave whoIltne whohave
have been with him It awre ao re than three threeyears threeY threeyears
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victim of chronic alcholteea Undue in influence infiuence Itfinance ¬
finance will probably be alleged ed A Acaveat Acaveat Acaveat
caveat has been filed by nenbers bers of ofthe ofhe ofthe
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in Japan will return to Germany Oen a1 by way wayof wayof wayof
of the United States StatesAMUSEMEHTS StatesAMUSEMENTS StatesAMUSEMENTS
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the catalogue of rich weaves and linings liningsIf
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+ a third We make a 3 value 2 tomorrow tomorrowand and provide all allsizes allsizes allsizes
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+ Choice of Black Vici Kid Kids Box Calf Patent Colt in But Button Button Button ¬
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