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Edifice in inVhich Which President PresidentRoosevelt PresidcntRooseyelt PresidentRoosevelt
Roosevelt WorsMps WorsMpsSERVICES 17orshilJSSERVICE Ts1jpsSERVICES
Building Constructed From Money Con Contributed Contrlbutedby ContriLuted ¬
tributed trlbutedby by All AlLthe the Dutch Reform Reformed Reformed Reformed ¬
ed Churches in the Ctrantry Ctrantryi
1 i r congregation of afGraC8 Gmce Reformed ReformedC
C I i a lJ known by Washingtonians WashingtoaiansMr
8 Mr 1 li r Roosevelt assumed the reins rehisC
0 1 government ernment as the Presidents Presidentsh
< h will dedicate its new new gray grayE greyhtice
E tiiifiee ifice on o Fifteenth Street near nearrr neari neernorthwest
i rr t northwest on Sunday June Jtm 7 7z 7o 7z
z oclock o dock Services will be held heldfveniag heldyeniag heldE
E fveniag nng except Saturday during duringu
t u < lpding PtlingiWeek tUng < week at which pastors pastors astors of ofi
i d I I ili II Reformed denomination de mination from fromi fromtnfa fromvtnla
i jvaBia tnfa Maryland and the Die Dlswin Distyj DieIII
win tyj III Ii officiate President Roosevelt Rooseveltd Roo evelt eveltdJiyer
d dJiyer liver i a short address at the Sun Sunr Sunnng
r 1 orning D nng lng service and the dedicatory dedicatorylid
lid n t will ill be preached by the Rev Dr DrE DrL Drr
E r Eschbach z whbch of Frederick Md pres presof presor preaJ
of J the Iie Board of Missions of the thesynod
rl 1 synod The exercises will be beTiled b beiv
Tiled 1 l iv d Sunday qiinda evening ening with an ad adiTv adl adthe I
iTv l < ty y the Rev T G Apple formerly formerlyjs f rmer1 rmer1r
js or r of the Grace Reformed Church Churcht
t t i 1 I now 10 O occupying a pulpit st Catawis CatawisE CatawisOrder
Order Ord r of liServices liServicesorder Services ServicesY Servicesorder
Y > order of services for Sunday Sundayt Sunda SundaLwLing
t LwLing r tiling LIIg will be opened with an U organ organVcl organd organI
Vcl d I Diary by Martha larHI L Schmidt Sehml t tad indth fnnt1 tadt
th t singing npng of e f the Te Deum in E flat flatlj flatJ
lj 1 i J tle t Iiolr cir composed of oC11 M d A Levers Leversr LeversLillian
r < na Lillian Chenowith alto N NL NL NL
L Meyer r tenor and J J P PSehick Schick base baseThv bassTb baseTi
Thv Ti regular order of worship for the theR theRrmed ther
R Rrmed r firmed rned Church for the dedicatioa of oflushes ofwill
lushes 7 hs will be followed conducted by bypastor byIastor byastor
pastor astor the Rev Rt > Dr J 1 M 1 Schick SchickI
1 I the h visiting ministers The musical musicalram musicalIneludest musicalrim
ram includes Ineludest the Gloria in Ex Exidis ExL E Ei
idis L i ancient chant hymn 0 Thou ThouVhos Thouhls Thouh
Vhos hls h Own Vast Temple Stands liy liyI IY IYI y yI
I I ry lnt nt t anthem How Beautiful Are AreTh Arer
Th r Dwellings by Ashferd and the theusing thesiJg thehymn
using siJg hymn Lord of OCH08ts Hosts to Thee TheeWe Theee
We e Raiso RaisoTie n n1It
Tie 7 1It i music for the evening service servicevhcTi servicehn serviceh
vhcTi hn h the Rev A T G Apple will willrrtarh willn3fh willTr
rrtarh Tr 1 will HI consist in addition to the theI thehum them
I hum mns m s of The Gloria Glorii from Farmers FarmersMass Farmersand
Mass 113 and SiBg Si g Allelulia Forth by byIuk byItk byT
Iuk IukThe ItkThe
The T weeks services services will be inaugurat inaugurated ¬
ed Sunday evening May 31 when the theRev theltc i iRev
Rev Gustave Facius pastor of the First FirstT FirstI 1
T 1 formed Church of Washington will willcfSiate willcEtate willcr
cfSiate cr e On Monday evening the exer exerCiEts exerC4 erere
CiEts C4 e C will be in charge of the Rev Dr Drf DrC Drlever
f Clever lever of Baltimore president of the thetacday thenday ther
tacday nday r lay school board oard Tuesday Tuesdllyevening TuesdllyeveningH evening eveningft
ft j Rev A C Whitner of Lancaster LancasterPa Lane TanceterP1 ter terP1
P1 will be In charge Mr Whitner is issuperintendent IssIrrlntendent isstcrinteedent
superintendent of missions of the Dutch DutchReformed DutchReformed DutchRcormed
Reformed denomination clenomln2t1ou In title country countryHandsome cou countryRandsome tfy tfyHandsome
Handsome But But Modest Building BuildingTh
Th Rev Dr A R Bartholomew of ofPhiladelphia otPhll1dc1phla ofPhiitit
Philadelphia Phiitit Iphia secretary of the foreign foreignntsslon foreignIi
ntsslon Ii T sslon sson board will preside on Wednes Wednesday W Wediesi l S Si ¬
day > i y i evening and on onTThursday I Thursday the ser servues serV seres
V vues es will be conducted by the Rev Dr DrJohn Drhn Drdhn
John < dhn hn Sechler also of Philadelphia and androf andssor andsur
rof saor sur of otchurch church history for the Re Rermed RelLled Rerxi
rmed School of Theology The last ser serv serpreceding
v j E preceding the final ual dedication will willheld willt willhll
t < held Friday evening The sermon sermonil
il 1 I be c delivered by the Rev Dr C C CMifT Cr
MifT 1 r of Philadelphia editor of the theTii toone thed
Tii ne d urmed Church Messenger MessengerTiie Messengerfie MessengerILO
fie ILO new edifice ifi which has been built builtc
c I Iio Ii Lu lower canyon caD1OUgI1yCone graystoae at a cost cost3iOO costtO
3000 tO will be dedicated as the thefruve thei
fruve I r i c e Memorial Reformed Church Churche
e C school hool of architecture which has haslollowed hasol1owed hasliowed
lollowed liowed is 1 the sixteenth century centuryb centurybc centuryThe
b bc The new pipe organ and pews pewsL pewsI pewsarrived
L i I arrived and andwi11 will be installed as asas asJ asas
J as possible po stble Several of the mem mem3l
3l 1 stained tsinedglaa ta1nedIa glass windows are still t111 BH eaI esr
1 e but are expected in time to be in ini inby Ind
i d tc by June 7 The cb church rch will seat seatznortaby seatrtaby seatably
znortaby rtaby ably about ab ut 9M and was built bufltra builtj builtfund
j ra a fund contributed to by all the theof theof theL
L lLS of of the Dutch Reformed de dei deL
i L I iiaation 2 ittOfl tion throughout the country countryi countryI
HV i VTTSVILLE Md April 29 29The 29Theus 29Themet The Thei
i fus < us met in their different wards last lasti i ir
i r and d nominated candidates for the theivvv thel theloJ theuuciI
ivvv oJ council uuciI to be voted for next Mon Monia Monjt on ont
t ia the first ward Councilman Cou cUman John Johnr
1 I rtr lor t r was made chairman and W H Hlir5son Hdson Hsofl
lir5son dson sofl seeretary and nomination nominationua nominationIade nominationale
ua ale < ie that of Councilman William Williamto TilliamfY
2 iity fY to succeed himself The meet meetthe meetLJ
> LJ I the d he second seCOlldwanl ward with James C CI Cr Cue
I r s as chairman and Howard O Oas 01 01lS 0i
lS i as secretary nominated nominated E EI E1 E1to Bdo
I iii 10 succeed himself and Charles Charlesu
u u fill the vacancy Yllea > > cy caused by the thenation tbelal thetIion
nation lal tIion on of R L E White In the third thirdT thirdArthur tb1rdrthur
T Arthur rthur Carr was elected chairman chairmanJoha chairmanJjhu
Joha hu F Hickey secretary There Thereu TheregOOd Tberegood
u good deal of discussion as to toUi toh tor
Ui h r the meeting m Un should nominate nominater
r t l wo candidates for the position p e1Uon i ijalh
1 urially jalh 111 decided upon one and Charles Charlesi i ih
i wltth h h was reuorainated reuorainatedi
7 i ticket t ket is i strong 110 aad M It i hi not notuuih nota notany
uuih any a y opposing oPpol DI candidate will be bei Hi Hil beit
i l ibt it out With th the exception of Mr MrL YrLr MrL
L Lr all 11 I I the nominees are members of oft O OlIlCU ofe
t ujicil e having served one year The Theiiu Theci I Icp
cp ci iiu c iis l will com come together in mass massto manU massU
U iig to Dominate a candidate or orinijates ortor orc
c inijates I t e for mayor The present presentDr presentL
L I Dr in Charles A Wells will un unv untdly unfly
v tfJly fly be indorsed for reelection reelectionprobably reelectionrnbably reelectloniably
< probably iably no other candidate ea dldate will In be befc bed beh heHoltun
fc i
h A Holton ot Locngt AVOM A Avenue lomae who whoi whoii Tho
i a bis ii wife three weeks ag age left j ft ye yefrjsj yet yes yesfor
frjsj t r H Y for Carthage HI t to make makehia his hist IRISr
t > 1 r with a sister ter His niece Mae Maei
i t ftcvtt tt who kept house for him since sincetr sinceH sincelTulto
tr Holtons H lTulto oJtOl1S death returned to Wash Washdaughter Washdaughter
1 j
daughter of Justice of the thei theArthur therthur
i Arthur rthur Carr Carralck sick for three t ree weeks weeksh
h typhoid fever tev r is I better betterrs betterAunts
rs r Annie M Waters who 119 died at her herHfnce herin er erlitnee
> Hfnce in Georgetown Monday MQ day night nighti nighI i ioJ
i oJ I the mother of J B Waters of ofHstisville oflHs ofHtcsville
Hstisville Hs ttsvile and of Mrs Joseph A ABidden AtiAzin
Bidden of Riverdale
Not a Great Deal of Labor Trouble Apprehended Apprehendedin Appr hended hendedin
in Washington
May lay Day is nearly upon us and as asusual asU1IR asusuaL
usual U1IR usuaL this year it will be productive produ tlve of ofturbulent otturbulent ofturbulent
turbulent times in capital and labor cir circles circles cirdes ¬
cles des The work is almost all industrial industrialestablishments industrialestablishments industrialestablishments
establishments increases with the com coming comIng cornlug ¬
ing of spring and the workingmans toil toilis tollIs toilIs
is necessarily heavier than during t the thelanguId thelanguid foe foelanguid
languid winter months He knows kBO S he hehas hehas hehas
has to work harder and his employer is isinsklngymore Ismkillg ismaklugimore
insklngymore mkillg 1I1ore mosey For t that t reason reasonhe reasonhe reasonbe
he believes he is Justified in asking for forslight for511ght fora
a slight increase in his wages wagesOn wagesOn wagesOn
On the 1st of April a number of deT deTraands de demands demends
mends fell due the workmen having havinginforired havinginfor1loo havinginforired
inforired their employers earlier in th thyear the thelea theyear
year lea they would go out if their wages wageswere wageswere wagesWere
were were not increased April 1 a number numberof numberof numberof
of local workmen went out because their theirunions theIrunions theirunions
unions were ere not recognized and nonun nonunion nonunIon nonunton ¬
ion men were employed to work beside besidea
a man who carried a union membership membershipcard membershipcard membershipcard
card in his pocket Although the num number numbel aiimher ¬
her may not have been large at the be beginning beginning beginning ¬
ginning of April it is understood on onMay onlay onMay
May lay 1 a larger number will refuse to totake totake totake
take up tools if such demands and re requests requests requests ¬
quests as they have made mad during the theearlier theearlier theearlier
earlier months of the year yaR are not ac acceded acceded noceded ¬
ceded to The workmen realize if they theydo the thedo thejdo
do not get their increases in May they theywill theyIll theywill
will Ill not be likely to get them during duringthe duringthe duringthe
the summer and will consequently have haveto hav havto haveto
to work for the same wages until fall fallThe faUThe faILThe
The labor question in Washington is not nota nota nota
a serious one at any an time tim during the theyear theyear theyear
year Strikes are not numerous numerOUiC numerOUiand C and andeven andeven andeven
even when they are declared they are areof areot areof
of brief duration durationLabor durationLabor < luraUonLabor
Labor Troubles in Washington WashingtonMay Washingtonfa WashingtonMay
May fa 1 is considered a agreat great strike day daythroughout daythroughout daythroughout
throughout the country coUnlr New York Chi Chicago Chicago Cliicago ¬
cago Pittsburg P ttsburg and several of the New NewEngland NewEngland NewEngland
England States are the hardest hit but butyet butyet butyet
yet Washington does not lag in the rear rearThroughout rearTbroughou rearThroughout
Throughout the winter inter numerous dis disputes dhsputes dlsputes ¬
putes and disruption have taken place placebetween placebetween placebetween
between employers and employes and nd it itis itis Itis
is believed be1ie eG things will < ill b be brought to a ahead ahead ahead
head and matters settled May I 1The IThe IThe
The electrical workers at the Navy NavyYardwho NayYYardwho NavyYardwho
Yardwho recently went out because the theGovernment tl tlGovernment theGovernment
Government refused to grant them an in increase increase increase ¬
crease of wages are still out but the thestrike theslrike thestrike
strike will probably be settled on strike
A dwelling on tie farm of Mrs Ellen EllenJ Ene EneJ
J Arnold near Bridgeport Carroll Carrollcounty Carrolii Carroliieou CarroIIeounty
county eou tty was destroyed by fire Monday Mondaymorning MondiT MondiTmorning MondClmorning
morning Th Thfectlve The fire was CAused by a afeetive If Ifteetlve
fectlve flue and started sUlrledinthe in the reel roeLAlbert ro roAlbert reelAlbert
Albert Clabaugh who occupied thepremises the thepremises thepremises
premises was able to save a Iargepart Iargepartof ar Part Partof
of the furniture furnitureSenator furnitureSenator furnitureSenator
Senator McComas McComas was in Hagerstown Hagerstownyesterday Hagerlownyesterday Hagerstowityesterday
yesterday consulting consultl g with leading Re Republicans Republicans Republicans ¬
publicans relative to tl > the Washington Washingtoncounty WashingtOJi WashingtOJicounty Washingtoncounty
county campaign Many wellknown wellknownparty wellknownparty ellknownparty
party men from the town and county countymet countymet countymet
met the Senator and it is understood understoodthe understoodthe understoodthe
the prospects of the he several se eral candidates candidatesfor candidatesfor candidatesfor
for associate judge to t9 succeed the late lateJudge lat latJudge lateJudge
Judge SU Stake v vAt were ciutaS canvassed canvassedAt ed edAt
At Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church ChurchSouth ChurehSouto ChurchSouth
South at Easton last night Lola Cath Catharine Catharine Cathanne ¬
arine anne Burkett second daughter of Mr Mraad MraDd Mrand
aDd Mrs s John F Burkett was married marriedto
to Harry Harr Cookman Robinson The Rev RevW RevV RevW
W V E Henry pastor of the church per performed performed performed ¬
formed the ceremony ceremon ceremonRobert ceremonyRobert i iRobert
Robert Cochran Belden of Harnett Harnettcounty Harnettcounty Harncttcounty
county North Carolina yesterday cele celebrated celeb18ted celebrated
brated his ninetysecond birthday anni anniversary anniyen analversary
versary yen ry In Ellicott City Some months monthsago m monthsago nOts nOtsago
ago Mr Belden disposed di8po d of his Interests Interestsin
in his old home and came to live in the thefamily thefamily thefamily
family of his niece Mrs Irs Roswell A AMartin AIartin AMartin
Martin His name figures prominently prominentlyIn
In the history of the old North State StateHe StateHe StateHe
He was born in Fayetteville He still stilleajoys stillenjoys stillenjoys
enjoys remarkably good health with withmental withmental
mental faculties unimpaired unimpairedJames unimpairedJames J JJames
James Clayton Rowe son of Mr r and andMrs andMrs audi audiMrs
Mrs Augustus Rowe and Nellie B BCroHse ECrouse BCrones
Crones daughter of Mr and Mrs Wil William WilHam Wil11am ¬
liam F Crouse were married IH InJohns xSt xStJohns St StJohns
Johns Catholic Church at Frederick Frederiek at
636 63 oclock yesterday morning by the theRev theRev I IRev
Rev Edward F Craig CraigFire CraigFire
I IFire
Fire broke out Monday along the tb tbrailroad therailroad j jrailroad
railroad and burned over a large terri territory territory tern terntory
tory in the woodlands woo tands between Boyds Boydsand Boydsand j jand
and Germantown doing muck damage toyoung toyoung to toyoung
young growing timber The fire was wasnut wasnut
nut put out until help was found A Ahfgh Ahigh Ahfgh
1 hfgh wind fanned the blaze and the thesnake themoke thesmoke
snake and heat were Intense at times timesProf timesPlof timesProf
Prof Frederick D Kersoner of Kec KeeMr KecXar KecMar
Mr College H Hagersto101 gerstown will sail for forItaly torItaly forItaly
Italy May 7 to gather material for aj ajcourse a aeeur acoerbe
course eeur 9 of lectures and to study in a nat university unlyendty natvenally
venally in Germany GermanySallie GermanySallie GermanySallie
Sallie Adams of near Funkstown FunkstownWashington FunkstownWashington 4tJ11katownVashlngton
Washington county was as bitten in the thearm thear thearm
arm ar l by bya a shepherd 8heph dog og that had filet jBstbeen jastb filetbeen
been b en bitten by a dog supposed to be bemad bemad bemad
mad Miss 1 > 1188 Adams arm was badly torn tornSAY tornSAY tornSAY
NEW YORK April 29 29UMng Dsslng the thenames thenames he henames
names of Harry Payne Whitney v hitney P A AB AB AB
B Widener Stephen B Elkins and andother a1dother andother
other men of great wealth as a bait baitHenry baitHenry baitHenry
Henry L Fayaux Fay ux now under arrest has hasthe hasthe hasthe
the police say succeeded In victimizing victimizingeonftding victimizingconftding victimizingconfiding
confiding persons who were desirous de irous ot otaklng otmaking ofmaking
making aklng profitable investments in n ue uecuritiee It IteuriU soFaysux
euriU euriUFayaux curitiee curitieePayaux
Payaux was as arrested on complaint of ofJeba ofJohn ofJohn
John W Hurtwell whom It is alleged allegedbe allegedhe allegedhe
he confesses having robbed of cash cashamounting callhamountiBg cashamounting
amounting to 1S 1500 SOO < M > and a diamond ring ringworth ringworth ringworth
worth 50 500 In default of iWO bail he hewas hewas
was sent enJ to the th Tombs
day for when strikes go over May 1 1the 1tbe Ithe
the same attention is not paid V ld them as is isthe Istbe Isthe
the case when they are settled settl d on that thatday tbati thatday
i day or sooner soonerThe soonerI SoonerThe
The paperhangers of o Washington re recently recently reeently ¬
cently Went on a strike strn e for 329 3Ofper 32Oper per day dayinstead dayinstead dayinstead
I instead of S2SO 2SO which they now re receive recalve ¬
calve Most ost of the employers were quick quickto quickto quickto
to see the effect a strike would have havsupon bav bavnpoD haveupon
upon their business at this busy season seasonof seasonof seasonof
of of the year and granted the demanded demandedincrease demandedintrease demandedinCrease
increase About onethird of them themhowever themhowever themhowever
however refused to agree to the de demands demands ¬
mands and up to this lime time the men who whowent whowent whowent
went on strike have refused to return returnto returnto returnto
to work A II number of the workmengiving workmengiving workmen workmengiving
giving up hope of receiving an increase increasewent increasewent increasewent
went to Boston Pittsbnrg and New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York where S320 320 a day is is paid The Theothers Theothers Theothers
others however are ar determined to stay stayright stayrigbt stayright
right where they are and fight the thing thingout thingout thingout
out to a finish finishTailors finishTailors finishTailors
Tailors Quiescent Just How HowThe NowThe OW OWThe
The Journeymen Tailors Union which whichrecently whichreenli whichrecently
recently reenli compelled the local merchant merchanttailors mercumttaHors merchanttailors
tailors to sign an agreement to employ employonly employonly employonly
only members of the union at the shops shopshave Sho shopshave
have It within their power to make makeother makeother makeother
other demands It is not definitely definitelyknown definitelyknown definitelyknown
known however whether or not the theworkmen theworkmen
workmen will make one specific de demand demand ¬
t mand on the spring strike day or will willlet wl11let willlet
let a lot of mickles make a muckle muckleand muckleI muckleand
I and swoop down upon their employers employerswith emploersI employerswith
with a whole schedule when the fall fallrush fallrush fallrush
rush is 15 on onThe onThe onThe
The metal workers of Washington Washingtonwho Washingtonwho Washingtonwho
who recently recentl went on a strike for high higher hIgher higher ¬
er wages ages although they are working workingpeacefully workingpeacefully workingpeacefully
peacefully at their benches are by no nomeans nomeans nomeans
means satisfied with the state of af affairs affairs affairs ¬
fairs and if some May Ma day action were weretaken weretaken weretaken
taken by them it would not n not l cause a asurprise asurprise asurprise
surprise surpriseThe surpriseThe surpriseThe
The painters pKinlers allied with the paper paperhangers paperhangers
hangers Jla ers who are still out on ona a strike strikerecently strikerecently
recently held a meeting and 111 considered consideredwhether consfder consIderedwhether
whether or not it would be advisable advisableto dvisable dvisableto
to go on a sympathetic strike and com compel coalpel ¬
pel the employers to grant the increase increaseto
to their fellowunionists fellowunionistsThere feIlowunIonistsTbere fellowunionistsThere
There have been numerous other lit little littie ¬
tie tIedisjutes disputes and breaks between the theemployed thEemploed theemployed
employed and the employers of Wash Washington Washington a8b a8bington ¬
ington but those herein specified seem seemto seemto seemto
to be of chief Importance lm1 > ort nce to the public
The feature of the session of the Gen General Gener Geaeral ¬
eral er l Assembly As embly yesterday was the intro introduction Introduction introduction ¬
duction simultaneously in the house houseand houseand houseand
and senate of a bill proposing to pre present preRnt present ¬
sent to the United States a portrait portraitstatue portraitstatue portraitstatue
statue in bronze of Robert E Lee and anda
a bronze replica of Houdons statue of ofWashington ofVa8hfligtoR ofWaahicgton
Washington The patrons of the bill billare bUIare billare
are three senators and five delegates on onthe onthe onthe
the Joint committee constituted to re report report report ¬
port upon the cost of a Lee statue statueLieut statueI statueLisut
Lieut Gov Joseph Willard Gen Fitz Fitzhugh FitZhugh Fitzhugh
I hugh Lee and Capt W V W Baker left leftRichmond leftRichmond leftRichmond
Richmond en the 2 oclock train yes yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
terday afternoon over the Chesapeake Chesapeakeand Chesapeakeand Chesapeakeand
and Ohio Railroad RaIlro d for St Louis where whereLieutenant whereLieutenant whereLieutenant
Lieutenant Governor Willard ilJard will act actgovernor atgovernor 1 f fKovernor
governor of Virginia and the Old Do Dominions DominIons Dominions ¬
minions representative at the centen centennial centennial centennial ¬
nial of the purchase purch e of the the Louisiana Louisianaterritory Louisiana Louisianaterritor Louisianaterritory
territory territor from tromNavoleon tromNavoleonTHROUGHOUT Napoleon NapoleonTHROUGHOUT NapoleonTHROUGHOUT
Dr Harold Hamilton Haas aged thir thirty thlrty thirty ¬
ty years surgeon in the United States Statesnavy StatesnayY Statesnavy
navy and now on sick leave attempted attemptedsuicide attemptedI attemptedsuicide
I suicide In his room at the Eakleton Ho Hotel HoI Hotel ¬
tel at Staunton last night He shot him himself himseU himself ¬
I self In the right temple temple templewith with a 32caIi 32caIiber 3caUI 32calher
I ber revolver the ball passing through throughhis throughhi
I his hi head and lodging In In the left temple templenear templeI templenear
near n ar the surface Both B oth eyes are shot shotout shotout shotout
out He Is a brother of o Tl T Tlford iord ord N NHaas NHaas NHaas
Haas a a prominent attorney of lIar Harrlsonburg lIarI lIarrisonburg lIarnisonburg
rlsonburg Va VaE VaII VaB
E T Mears aged eightyseven years yearswas yearswas yearswas
II was found dead in his hlaroom room in in Ports Portsmouth Portamouth Portsmouth ¬
mouth early yesterday morning He was waga wasa wasa
a sufferer from heart trouble and when whenfound whenfound whenfound
found his body was burned almost to a acrisp acrisP acrisp
crisp having fallen against a stove stove1 He Heis Heis
is supposed to have been putting wood woodin woodIin woodin
Iin in the stove when he was stricken with withheart wftltI withheart
heart failure failureJudge failureJUdge faiiureJudge
Judge Blackstone in the circuit court courtat courtat courtat
at Newport NewH > rt News has granted an Injunction In Injunction Injunction ¬
junction restraining Dr W F Creasy Creasyfrom Creasytrom Creasyfrom
from entering upon the duties of quaran quarantine quaranUne quarantine ¬
tine officer of this porL The Injunction Injunctionwill injunctionwill injunctionwill
will expire on the second Monday la laMay i inMay < a aMay
May but before that time the matter matterwill matterwill matterwill
will probably be heard In open court courtupon court courtuOn crnrtupon
upon uOn a motion to make maket it permanent permanentJames permanentJames permanentJames
James Bell was struck by b a train early earlyyesterday earlyyesterday earlyyesterday
yesterday morning and received r rTedlnjurie rTedlnjuriewhich injuries injurieswhich Injurieswhich
which may prove fatal The accident oc occurred oeeUITed occurved ¬
curved on the north side of Dan River Rivernear Rivernear Rivernear
near the Dan Valley Mills MillsLillian 1mJlsUI1ian MillsLillian
Lillian Copeland Myrick and J 1 W WGI1 WGI1lock Gil Gillock Gnlock
lock were married yesterday evening in inTrinity inTrinity inTrinity
Trinity Methodist Metfo Mei4odist ist Church at Newport NewportNews NewportNews NewportNews
News the thejtev Jev ev George W Wray of officiating officIating officlating ¬
ficiating ficiatingMEN ficIatingMN ficlatingMEN
LANCASTER Pa April 29 29Harry Harry C CKsffroth CKaftroth CKaffroth
Ksffroth of South Hermitage was land landed landed landed ¬
ed In the county prison after a narrow narrowescape narrowecapc narrowescape
escape from rom being lynched at New HoI Holland HoIland Ilolland ¬
land Last Tuesday the barn of i ifarmer a afarnlcr afarmer
farmer named DeHaven in East Earl Earltownship Earltownship EarltowishIp
township was burned with twentyfive twentyfivehead twcnty1helwad twentyfivehead
head of live stock Kaffroth was sus suspected susected suepected ¬
pected ected of firing th the place and was later laterseen laterAe8Jl laterseen
seen with a horse taken from rom the stable stableHe stableHe stablelIe
He fled to the Welsh eI511 Mountains where wherehard wheehard whorehard
hard pressed JIS1ed it Is claimed he shot the thehorao thehorao thehorse
horao Kaffroth was captured later l ter and andtaken andtaken andtaken
taken to Millers Hotel at New Ne Holland Hollandto
to await the trolley car for this city
Degrees to Be Conferred Tuesday TuesdayEvening TuesdayEvening TuesdayEvening
Evening Next NextInvitations NextInvitations Nextinvitations
Invitations have been issued by the thefaculty thefaclty thefaculty
faculty of Howard University to the thecommencement tbecommencement thecommencement
commencement exercises of the medical medicalpharmaceutical medicaipharmaceutkal medicalpharmaceutkal
pharmaceutkal and dental colleges collegeswhich collegeswhIch collegeswhich
which are to be held In Congregational CongregationalChurch CongregationalChurch
Church Tuesday evening May 5 at 730 730p 730p 731 731p I
p m An entertaining program program pro ram has been beenarranged beeDarranged beenarranged
arranged Graduates in the separate separateclasses SelNrateclasses separateclasses
classes are as follows followsGraduates followsGraduates followsGraduates
Graduates in medicine medicineSidney Sidney Beh Behrend Bebrend Belirend
rend Washington YashingtonQeorge George Wayman Cof Coftey Coffey Coffear
fey Florence Ala Charles Hoyt HoytCrampton HoytCrampton HoytCrampton
Crampton Harrisburg Pa P2 George GeorgeRutherford GeorgeRutherford GeorgeRutherford
Rutherford Ferguson Bowling Green GreenKy GreenKy GreenKy
Ky Mauricio Flores Flor s y Fernandez Fernand Phar PharD PharoD PharD
D Howard Havana Cuba Bernard BernardHooe BernardHooe BernardHone
Hooe Harrison Harr s n B S Austin Tex TexCharles TexCharles TeaCharles
Charles C Harrison M S Bryan Tex TexRichard TexRicbard TeaRichard
Richard Boyetoi Jackson New York N NY XY NY
Y Laura E Jciner Springfield 111 111William InWilliam IIIWilliam
William Clarence Jones Washington WashingtonWilliam WashingtonWfJIiam WashingtonWilliam
William Everett Lane A B Morris MorrisBrown MorrisBrown lorris lorrisBrown
Brown Atlanta Ga Eulallo Garcia GarciaLascot GarciaLascot GarciaLascot
Lascot A B Porto Rico Humacao P PR PR PH
R Addie Winfree Mitchell Washing Washington Washington Washington ¬
ton James Henry Oliver Washington WashingtonEzekiel WashingtonEzekIel WashingtonEzekiel
Ezekiel Ezra Smith jr Goldsboro N NC XC NC
C Spurgeon Sparks Cumnor Va VaJames VaJames VaJames
James Thomas Suggs A B B LlnlolnWilson Llnloln Llnl L1niilnWilson ln lnWilson
Wilson N C Edward Brawster Terry TerryA
A B Lincoln Reading ReadIngPR Pa Joseph JosephFrancis JosephFrancis JosephFrancis
Francis Thorpe Barbados BarbadosB B W L LGeorge 1 1G IGeorge
George G org Grant Toliver Detroy Detrol Mich MichGeorge MichGeorge iich iichG
George G orge Griffin Turner TurnerMidilleburg Middleburg Va VaJames VaJames VaJames
James Taliaferro Walker Va ker Phar G GHoward GHoward GHoward
Howard Washington Berkeley Craig Craighill CrighIll Craigbill
hill Waller aIler LL Ll B Howard Baltimore BaltimoreMd BaltimoreI BaltimoreIMd
I Md Mi Owen Meredith Wailer A A Ox Oxford Oxford Ozford ¬
ford Sea Isle N K J William Julius JuliusWeaton JuHusl Juliuseaton
l Weaton Weston eaton Terre Haute Ind Inqi lm i lone Rollln RolllnWhipper R011lni RoIlinWhipper
i Whipper Beaufort S C Jacob Augus Augustus Angustti ¬
I tus tti White Vv itce Marianna arlanna Fia Harry John Johnston Johnsto Johnstone ¬
ston sto stone Williams LL Mr M L Howard H ard Wash Washington Washington VasbI ¬
I ington ingtonGraduates ingtonI ingtonGraduates
Graduates in Dentistry DentistryGeorge DentistryGeorge George Her Herbert Herbert Herbert
I bert Butcher Washington William WilliamCrosbie WilliamCrosbie
Crosbie Jamaica B W H I Ambrose AmbroseGaskln E EGaskln EGaskin
I Gaskln Washington Wa hington William Thomas ThomasLovette Thomasi ThomasLovette
i Lovette Norfolk Va James Monroe MonroeMclnham MonroeI MonroeMcInbm
I Mclnham Nicholas NIChOlaIJvIJIe vi lie Ken 8 n William WilliamHenry WilliamHenry WilliamHenry
Henry Nightingale Barbados B W I IRobert IRobert
1 Robert Lee Peyton Washington Aaron AaronRussell AaronI AaronRussell
I Russell jr Gettysburg Pi p Thomas A AStevens AI AStevens
Stevens Lynchburg Va VaGraduates VaGraduates
Graduates in pharmacy PharmaCw pharmacyWilliam William iliiam Louis LouisBoard LouisBoard LouisBoard I
Board Bedford City Va Sara Doland DolandM DolandM DolandM
M D Howard Old Forge ForgiPa aa Amanda AmandaV I IV
V Gray Atchison Knit Robert L Mc MeGulre McGuire J
Guire Washington Harry H rry S Pope PopeGeorgetown PopeGeorgetown PopeGeorgetown
Georgetown Jesse Mitchell llteh il Seabrook SeabrookColumbia SeabrookCOIJlmbia SeabrookColumbia
Columbia S C Annesley AnneseWilfred Wilfred Smal Smalley Smalley Sinailey
ley Augusta Ga George Washington WashingtonThomas WashingtonThomas WashingtonThomas
Thomas jr Smithfield < Va i William A AWells AWells AWells
Wells jr LL M Howar Howard Chicago Ill HIBenjamin IllI IllBenjamin
Benjamin Franklin White Whii M D How Howard Howard Howard ¬
An entertainment was given in Na National Nadonal National ¬
tional Rifles Armory Monday evening by bythe bythe bythe
the German Dranjatic DratIatic Society in cel celbratlon celt1 celt1braUon eels eelsbratlon
bratlon of the seveatyflfth birthday o oMrs df dfMrs odMrs
Mrs Emma Poesche at one time one rnonaof oneof ooaof
of of the most prominent romioonl members of the theorganization theorganization theorganization
organization organizationThe organizationThe organizationThe
The large hall was crowded to over overflowing oerflowing overflowing ¬
flowing last evening and the affair affaira was wasa wasa
a success In every particular The or orchestra 01cbestra orchestra ¬
chestra was under the direction of Henry HenryStopsack HenryStopsack HenryStopsack
Stopsack The other ther members of the or orchestra orchestra orchestra ¬
chestra were H Bradekamp W Lei Leishear Leishear Leishear
shear L Wiegeman Sylvan Greenapple GreenappleMatoe GreenappleMat GreenappleMate
Mate Mat e Schultz Mary Keeling John JohnBeard JohnBeard JohnBeard
Beard IL Ii Herriinan J Ulke U Ulka UlkeF UlkaF UlkaF
F Naecker D Wolfsteiner Fred Leon Leonberger Leonbergen j jberger
berger E Stone Max Wolfstftiner F PMadert FMadert FMadert
Madert C Naecker and an Alma Wiege Wiegeman WIegeman Wiegeman
man pianist pianistThe pianistThe pianistThe
The program in two parts consisted consistedof onsistedor
of a musical program and the oneact oneactcomedy oneactcomedy oneactcomedy
comedy The be Theater Mother Those Thosewho ThosBwho Thosewho
who contributed to the musical enter entertainment e1tertAinment eatertainment ¬
tainment were Frank Claudy recitation recitationHerman recItationHerman recitationHerman
Herman Rakemann violin solo with E Ej EI BH
I j H K Droop at the piano Harry Roths Rothschild Rothsi Roths1chIld ¬
1chIld child recitation William IUlam H Conley an anoriginal anoriginal anI
i I original sketch The Traveling Actor ActorIda ActorI ActorIda
Ida V Adt vocal solo Ernest Gichner Gichnera
a talented elocutionist > t gave Marc An Anthonys Anthonys n nebonys ¬
thonys oration from Julius Caesar Ca ar The Theever Thoever Theever
ever popular and welltrained Saenger Saengerbund Saengerbund Saengerband
bund sang two numbers numbersAmong numbersAmong numbersAmong
Among those who took important parts partsin parlsin partsin
in the oneact comedy The Theater TheaterMother TheaterMother TheaterMother
Mother were Clara Ulke Elsie Wolf Wolfsteiner Wolfsteiner Noifsteiner ¬
steiner Augusta Bergmann A Apel ApelAnna Ape ApeAnna ApelAnna
Anna Heger Harry Rothschild II H HBergmann HBergmann HBergmann
Bergmann E H Boelter William Han Hannemann Hannemann Haniiemann
nemann J Saunders F Escherich E llerich G W WSpier WSpler Y YSpier
Spier and F Dukehart DukehartThe Dukeh DukehrLThe rt rtThe
The Farewell was spoken by Dr DrThatcher DrThatcher DrThatcher
Thatcher Clark ClarkNOTES ClarkNOTES
A L 1 Giacomini has gone to the Pa Pacific PaI PacHic ¬
cHic Coast to join the steame Patersou PatersouH
I H I Smith watch officer has been beenrelieved bee beenI
I I relieved Faltered from duty on the steamer steamerBache st steamerBacbe amer amerI
I Bache now operating at Key West WestFla WestFla WestI
Fla and is on leave of absence absenceSuperintendent abtiencoSuperIntendent absenceSupenlnteudent
I Superintendent O H Tittraann has hasgone lmsgone hasgone
gone to St Louis to attend the dedica dedicatioa dedicl dedicllIolt dedicaties ¬
ties ceremonies of the Louisiana Pur Purchase Purcllaae PurCllfl5O ¬
chase Exposition ExpositionAssistant ExpositionAssistant ExpositionAssistant
Assistant W C Hodgkins has left leftWashington leftWashington leftWashington
Washington for Clear Spring Md for a afew afew afew
few days vacation vacationAssistant vacationAaaiatant vacationAssistant
Assistant O W Ferguson has returned returnedto
to Washington from his home in New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York where he has been on leave of ofabsence ofabsence ofabsence
absence He is preparing to take up upHeld UI UIlteld upfield
Held work In South Dakota DakotaCAPITAL DakotaCAPITAL DakotaCAPITAL
The twelfth annual exhibit > Of tin tinCapital tillCapital tld tldCapital
Capital Camera Club will bo held on Sal Saiurday Salurday Saturday
urday evening May 2 In the hernlcydc hernlcydchall hemlcydeha11 heinicycieball
hall of the Corcoran Gallery of Art ArtMuch ArtMuch ArtMuch
Much care has been eenQxpended expended to make makethis mllk mllkthis makethis
this years display one of the most in interesting interclltlng interestlug ¬
teresting In the history of the the club clubSeveral clubSeveral clubSeveral
Several surprises urprill 8 ijt photography arc arcI alCpromised arcpromised
I promised and It Is believed that the ex exhibit exhibit exhibit ¬
hibit will afford much pleasure pleas re to the thefriends thericnds thefriends
friends of the popular club
Hundreds of Stations in Work of Commercial and andScientific andi andiScientific andScientific
Scientific Value
Without parade or flourish of trum trumpets trumpets trumpets ¬
pets the Coast and Geodetic Survey is isestablishing IsestablisHing isestablishing
establishing a network of magnetic ob observation ob5ervation observation ¬
servation stations throughout the theIgnited theUnited theUnited
United States Though started many manyyears manyears manyyears
years ears ago this work has progressed progresS with withgreat withgreat withgreat
great rapidity during the last four fouryears fouryears fouryears
years under the appropriations made by byCongress oyCongrtis byCongress
Congress with a view to the practical practicalmapping praetIcRlmapping practicalmapping
mapping of the magnetic variations variationsthroughout variationsthroughout arialionsthroughout
throughout the country Over 1500 such suchStations suchtation8 suchtations
Stations tation8 have been established by the thescientists thescienlists thescientists
scientists of the Coast and Geodetic GeodeticSurvey GeodeticSurvey GeodeticSurvey
Survey These stations are widely idely scat scattered seattered scattered ¬
tered through all the States of the theUnion theUnion Lb LbUu1on
Union though the greater number of ofthem oCL10m ofthem
them have b bee been eh established in the more morepopulous morepopulous morepopulous
populous districts districtsTerritory districtsTerritory districtsTerritory
Territory to Be Covered CoveredThe CoveredTbe CoveredThe
The territory to be covered within the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United Slates amounts to 30256M square squaremiles squaremIles squaremiles
miles The survey hopes eventually to toestablish toestablish toestablish
establish one station in every 100 square squaremiles squaremiles squaremiles
miles That would necessitate necee ltate about
30000 stations As the appropriation appropriationpermit approprlaUonapermil appropriationspermit
permit of the establishment of only
400 400 stations st < iUons a year year it would take seven seventyfive sevOlltfive seventyuive ¬
tyfive years to complete the survey surveyThis surveyThis surveyThis
This is too long a period for good re results resuIts resuits ¬
suIts It has been determined deten 1ined there therefore theretore therefore ¬
fore to limit the time to ten years yearsand yeaTSand yearsand
and to make a a magnetic map of the coun country country country ¬
try after tte establishment of 4000 sta stations stations stations ¬
tions which means one station to every every6OOsquare
600 6OOsquare square miles January 1 1905 has hasbeen hallbeen ha habeen
been selected AR te < the epoch to which the theobservations theobsenaUons theobservations
observations are to be reduced It is isthought isthought isthought
thought this will give a satisfactory satisfactoryrepresentation satisfactoryrepresentation satisfactoryrepresentation
representation of the distribution of ofmagnetism ofm ofmagnetism
magnetism m gneUsm within the confines of the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States and will suce suffice for the theaccomplishment theaccofnpiishment theaccomplishment
accomplishment of many of the practi practical pracUcal practical ¬
cal purposes of magnetic surveys surveysEconomic surveysEconomic surveysEconomic
Economic Value ValueThese ValueTIese ValueTh5Se
These practical purposes purpol s represent the theeconomic tbeeconomic theeconomic
economic side sId of the survey and should shouldprove shouldprove shouldprove
prove of great value to commerce on onsea onsea onsea
sea and in the resurvey of old boundar boundaries boundarIes boundarlea ¬
ies in disputed land claims The varia variations variathins vane vanetions ¬
tions thins of or the compass due to the fact that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the magnetic north is not identical with withthe withthe withthe
the geographic north and to local de deposits deposita deposits ¬
posits of ore have always been a 2 thorn thornin thornin thornin
in the side of the mariner or surveyor surveyorwho surveyorwho surveyorwho
who go by the compass compa alone The de determination determination determination ¬
termination of the magnetic variations variationson
on land renders it possible to make a afairly afaIrly afairly
fairly accurate chart of the variations variationson
on the sea It is i thought a fairly ac accurate accurate accurate ¬
curate chart of magnetic variations vnlatiom wilt wiltbe wilLbe
be rao moat t valuable especially to the
mariner in a prolonged fog fog when it is isimpossible isImpoHible isimpossible
impossible to make astronomical obser observations olMtervatlons observations ¬
vations Nevertheless such a chart chartcould chartcould chartcould
could never entirely supersede supers de the as asonomlcsl asonomlcal asonomical
onomlcsl observations because becau e of the theimpossibility theimpossiblllt theimpossibility
impossibility of making maklD it entirely e tlrely cor correct correct eecreet ¬
rect and because most of the vessels Te e1c to today today today ¬
day are are made of steel or contain a great greatdeal greatdeal greatdeal
deal of metal for which exact allow allowance al1eyance allowance ¬
ance can scarcely scarce be made madeResurvey madeResurvey madeResurvey
Resurvey of Old Boundaries BoundariesIn
In the case easeof of a resurvey of old boun boundary boundary bonndavy ¬
dary lines a chart showing the magnetic magneticvariations mgDetievariations magneticvariations
variations which are large in different differentlocalities dtfferintloeaUtlesthe differentlocalitiesthe
localities loeaUtlesthe the compass pointing pointinggrees 25 i de degrees d dgrees ¬
grees west est of narth in northern Maine Maineand Maineand Ialneand
and as much east of north an the north northern northern northera ¬
ern Pacific coast coastwould would be a great help helpMany helpany helpMany
Many any of the old boundaries were sur aurveye4 survey surveye4
veye4 vey < > by means of a a compass and sur surveying surveyIng sunveylng ¬
veying by the t e present methods of astro astronomical astronomical astronautical ¬
nomical observations makes a great dif difference difference diiferenee ¬
ference in the lines linesTh linesThe
Th The United States may be said to lead leadthe leadthe leadthe
the world w < < rld in practical magnetic investi investigations invuUgationli Investigations ¬
gations though in the purely theoretical theoreticalwork theoreticalwork theoreticalwork
work she is not in the same class with withFrance withPrance j jPrance
Prance Several 8ee1 < 1 European Euro n countries countrieshowever countriesbowever countrieshowever
however have haY been thoroughly tboro ltlY mapped mappedEngland JBAPpedlgland mappedEngland
England and Scotland S = otland have twice been beencompletely beeacompletely beencompletely
completely surveyed surveyedHeretofore sune1edHeretofore surveyedHeretofore
Heretofore magnetic observatioas observatioashave obsenatJoB8have observaUoashave
have been nearly all confined con lined to land landand landand j jand
and especially to the coast coa t But last lastwinter Jdtwinter lastwinter
winter the Coast Co at and Geodetic Geodet c Survey Surveysteamer SUrveysteamer Surveysteamer
steamer Blake was fitted out with the thenecessary theneceasar thenecessary
necessary neceasar instruments and observations observationswere observationswere s si
i were ere successfully made between Balti Baltimore Baltimore Baltimore ¬
more and Porto Rico Should Congress Congressappropriate Congre Congressappropriate s si
i appropriate a a sufficient sum for ro con continued coAi continned ¬
i tinued observations at sea the marine marinechart marinei marinechart
i chart can be made much more accurate accurateSurveys accurateSurveys accurateSurveys
Surveys on the Lakes LakesThe LakesThe LakesThe
The survey also carried on some in interesting InteresUng interesting ¬
teresting and valuable observations on onthe 011i onthe
i the ice in Mackinaw Strait last lastwinter lastwinteris winter winterIt winterIt
It is hoped a comparison compa iil of the results resultswith resultswith resultswith
with those obtained by inference from fromsurveys fromII frontsurveys
surveys on the adjacent territory will willshow willshow WU1show
II show how accurate are the present ma marine marine manine ¬
rine charts The survey 8ur ey will probably probablycontinue probabiycontInue probablycontinue
continue similar observations on Lake LakeSuperior LkeSuperior LakeSuperior
Superior next winter winterThe winterThe inter interThe
The Coast and Geodetic Survey has hasestablished hasestablished
established < four magnetic observatories observatoriesStted observatoriesfitted
fitted out with instruments to detect the theslightest theslightest
slightest magnetic dlsturbancesney disturbances They Theyare Theyare
are located at Cheltenham Chelenhamtld Md Sitka SitkaAlaska SltkaAlaska SitkaAlaska
Alaska Honolulu and Baldwin Bt ldw1D Ban KanA lCanfirth Banfifth
A fifth observatory ob ervat ry is in progress of ofconstruction orcORstruetion ofconstruction
construction on an island near Porto PortoRico PortoRico PortoRico
To Establish Ferry Line LineThe LineThE LineThe
The > directors of the Norfolk and andWashington andWasbington andWashington
Washington Steamboat Company yes yesterday yeS yeSterday yesterday ¬
terday decided to establish estabUsk a aferI ferry line linebetween l lbiebetween e etween
between tween Alexandria And Washington A Acompany Acompany Acompany
company o be known as the Washing WashingtonAlexandria WasblnglonAlex WashingtonAlexaitdria ¬
tonAlexandria lonAlex lIdria Ferry Company will be beorganized heorganized beorganized
organized with ith a capital of 1WGOO The Thedirectors Thedirectors ThedLrector
directors will be Levi Woodbury Clar Clarence Clarence Clanence ¬
ence F Norment John Callahan John JohnBoyd JohnBoyd JohnBoyd
Boyd Daniel Fraser Edward Groves GrovesGeorge GroeS GroeSGeorge GrovesGeorge
George W Pearson O S Smith offa of ofWashington ofWashington
Washington fa blngton D J Callahan of Norfolk NorfolkWilliam NorfolkWIlUam NorfolkWilliam
William B Smoot Charles Charl S King S E ELindsay ELindsay ELindsay
Lindsay and A D Brockett A Vir Virginia VIrginIa Virginia ¬
ginia charter will be obtained aDd a afirst afirst afirst
first class ferry service begun begunPetition bun bunPetition n nPetition
Petition Against Railway RailwayThe RailwayThe RailwayThe
The Richmond Efevator Company GomJ Ry yes yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
terday filed a petition against the Pere PereMstrquette PereMarquette PereMarquette
Marquette Railroad Company ComP ny with the theInterstate theInterstate theInterstate
Interstate Commerce Commission The Thepetition Thepetition Thepetition
petition alleges that the complainant complainanthas complaInanthas complainantha
has ha suffered much Injury Injury in Its business businessas
as a wholesale dealer in hay and grain grainthrough grainthrough grainthrough
through the delay of the railroad com company companr cornpony ¬
pony in furnishing the defendant cars carstor carstor carsfor
tor shipment of grain when wh n notified notifiedThese noHnetTl1ee notifiedThese
These long delays caused the com complainant complainant cornplainant ¬
plainant material loss and the he petition petitionprays peUtionprays petitionprays
prays that the defendant may be re requested requested requested ¬
quested to answer these charges and to topay topay topay
pay the complainant such a sum In dam damages damages damages ¬
ages as the commission may deem ad advisable adYi8llble advisable ¬
visable visableReturns Yi8llblei visableReturns
i Returns From Abroad AbroadJ
J B R Hutchinson formerly formerl general generalmanager generalmanager generalmanager
manager of the Pennsylvania system re returned returned ¬
i turned to Philadelphia J > yesterday from fromEurope fromEurope fromEurope
Europe Europe where he has been for some sometime sometime sometime
time for the th benefit of his health In Inhis InIts InhIs
his absence he was chosen assistant to toSecond toSecond toSecond
Second Vice President Pugh and he will willassume wi11assume willassume
assume the duties of his office at the theearliest theearliest theearliest
earliest possible moment A suite of ofoffices ofoffices ofoffices
offices has been made for him IP II the theBroad theDroad theBroad
Broad Street Station and his force of ofmen ofmen ofmen
men will be transferred to that place placeDiscuss placeDiscuss placeDiscuss
Discuss Summer Schedule ScheduleThe ScheduleThe ScheduleThe
The passenger and operating officials officialsof officialsot officialsof
of the Southern Railroad met here yes yesterday yester yesterday ¬
terday ter RJ to discuss plans for the summer summerschedule summerschedule summerschedule
schedule It Is the companys c mpanys intention intentionto
to establish a better local service and andthe andthe andthe
the through service will be better than thanever thanoer thanover
ever The meeting was held at the gen general generd genoral ¬
oral offices of the company and the thework thework thework
work before them was not completed un until until until ¬
til this morning Among those In at attendance att atteudance ¬
tendance t ndance were Col Co A B Andrews Andrt > ws of ofRaleigh ofr ofaleiili
Raleigh alei aleiili h JsT C C S Me MeManus Maaus general generalIts glnralIts genraiV genraiIts
Its a pleasure to put on a aCluettPeabody aCluettPeabody aCluettPeabody
CluettPeabody Shirt The Theperfect Theperfect Theperfect
perfect way in which it fits fitswill fitswill fitsviI1
will appeal to you youCluett youCluett youCluett
Cluett Shirts i 150 50 up
Monarch Shirts 100 100Cluett 100Cluett IooCluett
Cluett Peabody Co Coc
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superintendent of the c e Western district districtSumner dt districtSumner triet trietSumner
Sumner J Collies general sttperintea sttperinteadent superfntetlcdent superhitendent
dent of the Eastern district and a nu nuher ansi number ansiher
her of assistant a ltant passenger agents agentsLTalk agentsTalk agentsTalk
LTalk Talk About Freight FreightThe Fr1ightThe FreightThe
The majority of members of the theSoutheastern theSoutheastern theSoutheastern
Southeastern Freight Association met metyesterday metyesterday metyesterday
yesterday at the Raleigh to disease mat matters matters mattens ¬
ters pertaining to their business bustneH Of Officials Offtcials Officlals ¬
ftcials ficials of the Norfolk and Western WesternChesapeake WernChesapeake VesternChesapeake
Chesapeake and Ohio Atlantic Coast CoastLine CoastLine CoastLine
Line Seaboard Air Line Southern SouthernLouisville SeuthernLouisville SuthernLouisville
Louisville and Nashville and and Illinois IllinoisCentral IUtaoisCentral IllinoisCentral
Central roads were in attendance 2ltendanee There Therewas Therewas
was nothing done to give out and the theofficials theofficials
officials will not disclose the nature of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the meeting until it adjourns tomorrow
Perfects Machine for S Sepitwting SepitwtingYclIow SepitfathigYeUo pfcafmg pfcafmgYeHow
YeHow YeUo Metal From Quartz Quartztold QuarbNJIW QuartzN
Ieit isis a shems 1MI e for extreti tile u utold alttold
told bUttonS of dollars worth of gold goldthat aoIdtbat iltidthat
that li in the lniMMa I isims low swede swedequartz anieP aniePquartz alltdequartz
quartz gravel beds in tower O Cattferate CattferateNew C1tIenttaNew Itrnla Itrnlalew
New lew Mexico Arizona an nd DIlJlOrtJI Horthwn Mex Mexico MexIco ex exJco ¬
ico Tl Tbae e cannot now be worked be because iNtCftUH because ¬
cause water for the oldtasfcioaad okItas1tI ol4t 8etl placer placerhydraulic plaeehydraulic paee paeehydraulic
hydraulic system sy is lacking a sad the thegold tJtegokl thegoki
gold runs in too small a quantity q 1lt1t7 to the theton t thetoe e etoa
ton to make Mak mining pretabfe under UlMlerwtD UlMlerwtDer sfh sfhI h hor
I er systems An air blast ta e Mipkijsj Ii rei g by byMr DyMr byMr
Mr Baison IB his otetfaa vt ft IM IMlea gj rb rblea 4 4lem
lea to separate the gold oki trw fr t tin tinHJs tileHis uj aos aosHis
His machine is simple la eoastnmUon eoastnmUonnd essrzJqnand n nand
and nd requires a minimum In of 0 oand attesdmieci attesdmiecinet U I n TIS TISand
and net sioervisioa sioervisioaThe lI1I suervs1osThe rTfjOD rTfjODThtt
The system lIy 8 has sew reaeb reached a nark narking 1MIkhlg ek ekJag ¬
Jag bees ba Xxperinmrts on UK tIMenear 4 4essrt 4essrtnear < aMrt aMrtnear
near Sam Santa f 1e by Floyd M i CMpwau CMpwauone Clalnone n nODe
one ef Mr Edison g aaaiaunjs a aableil aa4ata i ba r enabled en eashied ¬
shied Mr Edison aad ant Mr XrciIalIII Cbapaaw to toproduce toprodUCe toproduce
produce a machine which thay t tIy declare decfttrswill declarewlI1 4eciartwill
will reclaim M 9 per cent of the geM Old Id Iron Ironthe fumIt frontthe
the t gravel The plant near ne r Santa 2an a Fe FeWM Jew icwas
WM w constructed to see what c osaM uM ac actually Htu astually ¬
tually tu Uy be accomplished uDder the theadverse u 1II8at 1II8atafhene siostadverse
adverse conditions Its Itsconvincing nee was wasconYlnclR wasconvincing
convincing convincingBach conYlnclR conYlnclRBach convincingsch
Bach sch separator Is designed dMIt ed to handle handlegravel handlegravel umdJegravel
gravel o oft a certain size aad tk the snivel snivelte
is automatically auto JealIy distributed to th Lbs iheper hop hopper happer ¬
per of Its preper machine c1dIM Tko T gravel gravelfalls graftlfalls grae1falls
falls through a aarrow atre alit Ut before b fns a arotary arotary arotary
rotary blower which drives a a powerful powerfulblast powerfulblast powerfulblast
blast of afr against the telling gravel gravelThe gravelrhe gruelThe
The gold being heaviest falls te the thebottom thebottom thebottom
bottom of the machine chi but ail the ft light H3 H3er ligkter lighter ¬
er gravel and sand nd Is blown Dlow late J a sep separate ispstate J Jarate ¬
arate compartment compartmentKEBEW comartmentREBEW compartmentREBEW
The second concert eo eert by the t e Raf RabeOr RabeOrcheatse 0r 0rcheetxa r rCBe6tma
cheetxa under the 1eadrsM leadership aC Hi H W WWeber WWeber WWeber
Weber was given last night at IH OQfl OOtl1el OOtl1elJows 51 51lows Pallows
lows Hall This sttocerfiri 1 Ioces Cirl rgalllllL erganttion rgs rgstion rgalllllLtlon
tion is i composed eompo d of about JKty 1ft tLy yoMag yoMagjxtfen Y yowagieti tlag tlagDfeR
jxtfen DfeR and women womenThe womenThe i iThe
The numbers gives were re 44LHa Lila by byHarris byHarris y yBarris
Harris Saaielraaaas IDebetaato IDebetaatoWaltz DebetaatoWaltz utaBte utaBteWaltz
Waltz Wrightemn Bfevanfe Ad Adversary AJmI1fersary Analversary ¬
versary Uncle Henry Be ryb by Hopewell HopewellVon HopewellYon HopewollVon
Von Stippeg Suppe Light Llg t Cavalry Mendels Mendelssohns XeBdelssobns Meedelssohus ¬
sohns caprice Solitude and Meaeh Meaeharas Meaehams Meaghams
ams American Patrol Other sam nvrare 1UhRbers samhers
hers wee re My BrWBreaf Brethren Let Us js pray prayM PrayX P PM
M E Kahn soprano solos loa Toatfs Jte Jtemember R Rmember Re Remember ¬
member Me and Moores When Love Is IsKind IsKind IsKind
Kind Mrs Charles J Fuhrman flute fluteduet luted ute uteduet
duet d et with orchestra orc ntr accompanIment aceorapaulmeHtJordans aecolllJHUlllB accompanImentJordans llt lltJordans
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