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Paras Parasite te in Human System Vhich Not Infrequently InfrequentlyCauses InfrequentlyCauses
Causes Death
II you y u have that tired feeling and andstrenuously andstrenuously andntrenuously
strenuously object to work beware bewareUtnt bewareJcnt bewareDcnt
Utnt take Smiths sarsaparllla but call callIn callin alI alIIn
In the thefnmllv family physician You Yo may be besuffering besuffering besuffering
suffering from an attack of hookworm hookwormdisease hookwormdIsease hookwormdisease
disease which has lately lat l become a dis discgreeable disagreeablebut disagreeable
agreeable agreeablebut but popular DODu ar fad fadThis fadThis ZadThis
This malady has been raging In > NoWYGrk NoW NcwYork ew ewYork
York Pennsylvania Maryland the Dis District Digtrict Distriet ¬
trict of Columbia and nearly nearl all the theSouthern theSouthern theSouthern
Southern States The persons upon uponwhom uponwhom I Ihom
whom hom It fastens may maycom come unpleasantly unpleasantlynear unplensant1l1E
near l1E ar death If indeed he is fortunate fortunateenough fortunateenough fortunateenough
enough to escape escapeDr escapeDr escapeDr
Dr C Wardell YardellStIles Stiles chief of the thedivision thedivision thedivision
division of zoology zoOl gy in the Public Health Healthnnfl Healthand Healthand
and Marino Hospital Service has pub published pubIhhed published ¬
lished an exhaustive treatise on the dis disease dl dlerse diseso ¬
ease of which he has made a thorough thoroughstudy thoroughtitudy thoroughstudy
study He declares in his pamphlet pamphletthat pamphletthat pamphletSthat
that the symptoms s are unmistakable unmistakableThe
The skin has a waxy white color cuts cutsand cutsaLd cutsand
and bruises heal h al slowly the face as assvmes assmes assvmes
svmes fln anxious stupid expression expressionthe
the pulse Is somewhat sluggish and the theappetite theappotIte theappetIte
appetite is ravenous The feeling of ofweariness ofweariness ofweariness
weariness after the least exertion is one oneof onecf Oneof
of the most pronounced signs of the thepresence thepresence thepresence
presence of hookworms in the sys system system systom ¬
tem temDr Dr Stiles has hiu called this disease diseasevncinariasis diseasenclnarlasis diseestvneinariasls
vncinariasis discarding the term termanchylostoma termanchylostoma termanchylostoma
anchylostoma assigned to It by Eu European Europeanphrsiclans European ¬
ropean ropeanphrsiclans physicians The Th change is war warranted warranted warS ¬
ranted since the American form seems seemsdistinct seemsciist1n seemsdistinlt
distinct ciist1n t from the Old World variety varietyHow varietyHow varietyHow
How the Hookworm Looks LooksIf
If you ou trace on paper with a fine ne pen penn
R wavy line half hnUan an aninch inch long it will willresemble willrcEemble ill illrcemhle
resemble somewhat the appearance of ofth ofth ofthe
th the < > hookworm hookwOrm These worms may be beswallowed beswallowed beswallowed
swallowed in impure food or contami contaminated contaminated contamirated ¬
nated drinking water Persons handling hancUiugdirt handlingdirt handlingdirt
dirt are liable to Ret the disease since sinceit sinceit sinceit
it is often easy then to transfer the theworms theWorms theiorms
worms to the mouth Onco in the sys system systEm systm ¬
tem they the live 11yein in small intestines int sUnes where wherethey whereUley whertthey
they suck blood b ood produce minute hemor hemorrhages hemorrhases hemorrhages ¬
rhages and in all probability emit o osubstance ntstance autstance
substance which acts ads as a poison
There was a distinct disease caused causedby
by this parasite which though some somewhat somewhat somewhat ¬
what prevalent in the District DistrIct and sur surrounding surrounding ur urJoundingcountry ¬
rounding Joundingcountry country escaped the attention attentionof
of medical men until this > yoar Dr DrStiles DrStUes DrStiles
Stiles pamphlet Is the result res l of ofan an ex extensive extcnsive extcnve ¬
tensive series of experiments and close closeobservation closeoJservation closeobservation
observation of hundreds of ocases cases It Itis Itisno is isnow Isnow
now no established that uncinarIasis is iswide iswlde Iswtde
wide spread and very ery disastrous to the thehuman thehuman thehuman
human race raceIn race raceIn raceIn
In his his pamphlet pamphletDStIles DcStiles Dr SU es speaks par particularly particularly particularly ¬
ticularly of the th case cas of a young young Vir Virginian Virginian Virginlan ¬
ginian living livingIn In Washington washington Va hIngton Since his hissixteenth hissIxteenth hiss1xtenth
sixteenth year iis physical pb sical and mental mentaldevelopment mentalde mentalvelopment
development de vc lopment was 4asit wastandy tardy rdY his hlsexpreaslon hlsexpreaslonwas expression expressionwas
was dejected J1sskjn his skin skinaIO1 oale ale his body bodywell bod bodwell bodywell
well nourished butthe but theJDuscles the jnuseles m useles were wereextremely wereExtremely wereextremely
extremely flabbyThebbj flabby The hO y die died of cere ceretral cere1ral cerebral
tral hemorrhage before reaching his histwentieth histwentieth histwentieth
twentieth year ear Soldiers stationed staUonod in inWashington inWashington inWashington
Washington who have lately l tely returned returnedfrom returrilfrom returnelfrom
from Cuba Porto Rico and the Philip Philippines PhlUppines Philippines ¬
pines have beD b en found by br Dr Stiles Sti1 s to tobe t tbe tobe
be infected with with these thewoms thewomsSeine wormsSome worms Vormst VormsSome
Some Preventives PreventivesThe PrevtmpvesThe
The boiling bomn pf r jili all li drinking drln drinkin in j rfrator ntor tQr will willeffectually willeffectual willeffectually
effectually kiirany kIll any hookwormspresent hookwormspresentAnother hookwornh preset presetAnother resent resentAnother
Another Important means mea s Q preventing preventingthe
the ingestion of f the parasite varasiles para ite is to keep keepthe leepthe keepthe
the bands bandannil ana fingernails finprn finrn ifs clean lean The Theprovision Theprovision Theprovision
provision of properly constructed and andclean andclean lndclcm
clean latrines inthecountry i thCOt ntr districts districtsin
in Dr Stilesopjalon Stiiesopjnionoutweighs outweighs all such suchconsideration suchconsldernton suchconslde
consideration conslde ttlon jfsjbuUing is bci and filtering filteringwater filterIng filterIngvater filteringvater
vater or keeping the h hands free from fromdirt fromdirt frorndirt
dirt The two tw drugs most commonly commonlyused commonlyufJed commonlyused
used in cases casCtJ cas i of uneinariasls are thy thyrnol tl1jnol thyS thySItOl
nol rnd male Tarni ferp orJhThe The directions usual usually usualIgiven usually ¬
ly Igiven given for forthjn101 thymol treatment tre tment are these theseTwo theseTwo theseTwo
Two grams grams31 31 grains of thymol at at8 at8a 8 8a 8a
a m 2 grams < 31 grains grans at 10 a n m mcastor ma inenstor
castor a tor oil or 0 magnesia at 12 noon A Adiet Ad Adit
diet d t of milk andsoup and 80UP soup is recommended recommendedTwcuiyfour recommendedTwcnyCour
Twcuiyfour Twcny our hours of freezing temper temperature temperature temperature ¬ I
ature kills the vorms In any infected infectedarea Infectedana infectedarta
area as does any anyunusua ayunusually unusually 1y dry weath weather ¬
er Spraying with burning ell will ef eff off
fr f < lively disinfect any place where the theworms j jworms jworms
worms are are ax found If oil is riot to be bead beLad i ihad
had ad tho thogipu ground 4 around the house hou o may mayto ma ma1r mayh
to h strewn atr n with straw or brush and this thisE
E t afire afirco shUS thoroughly disinfecting disinfectingthe
the premises premisesIts premisIts
Its Economic Importance ImportanceDr
Dr Stiles makes makeS some noteworthy n notew tew rth rthy ob obsCnations ohservations i iEcrvations
Ecrvations on the economic cc > nomic importance importanceof
of the th hookworm disease diseaseSlalaria dI9 diseaseialarIn a8e a8elnrJn
Slalaria lnrJn says the th doctor do tor His is admit admittedly admitted admittedly ¬
tedly ted one of the most Important diseases diseasesv diseaseshen
v r hen viewed from an economic stand standpoint standpoint standponL ¬
point In general uneinariasls is In Inand J11nnd Inand
and about the District of Columbia fully fullyas
as important as malaria and In some somerespects somprcspects somerispecta
respects it Is 1 of ton greater import importance lmporlnrt ¬
ance nrt ar
Take a given farming area In the therand thefand therand
rand district with an infection of unei uneinariasls uncIn1riasls unelrrasis ¬
nariasls and assume that 100 farm hands handsarc handstqC handsarc
arc employed It Is not an exaggeration exaggerationto ecaigcratlcnto
to say that these 100 p people ople are not do doIrp dolrog doir
Irp the work of otelgbty eighty or ninety average averageliaads averageuds averagekwds
liaads uds Thus the isa Is a distinct loss of otI
10 I 11 to 20 per cent In the wages and a acorresponding aorr aeorspond1
corresponding orr Bpondlijg g loss 1011 in Ik the crop returns returnsIn returnsIn returnsIn
In some ome places I should estimate the theloss th theloss
loss at oy QtDiahigher niahigher percentage say an anLOCAL auLOCAL anLOCAL
Give Giye the Bride a Fine Picture PictureSuch PictureSh Picture4I
Such 4I as ywi eU will willflnd find in attractive display displayat
at YtnaUeg fnable 9W I Dili St StFor stFor atFor
For a True True Likeness of Yourself YourselfCo
Co to Kcrioot Xcrl ot He Je will photograph vnij 011 many manytrays man mannY1l manyunya
trays nY1l then you OU see which way you look l best hClltpennrlaJ1 besta > cst cstSj
Sj a > Penn Pennsylvania yly nJa a Avenue A vcnuc Open pcn Decoration JOCO leeo9tloxt tfOIl Day DayHoaenfelds DayRosenfelds DayRosenfeds
Hoaenfelds Pure Purcl Tee e Creams CreamsSjjerbcts Creamsf1frbcts Creamscertets
Sjjerbcts for lawn parifta find d excursions bring Uringe
e > xi < results get our ur prices SI2 51 II st ne lie1aJze nelhcue
ihwee Eat 8004 8004Floral SfJU4Floral fl 4 4Floral
Floral Ideas to Suit You YouAt YouAtSh4Ier YouAt
At AtSh4Ier Shaffers uffer uth and I 1711 11111 Pa > 3 ave aveChicago areChicago 1 1Chicag
Chicago Jewel and Dangler Gas Ranges Ranges12tH
1204 G Street Strte MwJdlrann MuddImanCo Co C 010 12th Street StreetGenuine Streett StreetGenuine StreetGenuine
Genuine 5 S6 6 and 81 7 Sample Shoes ShoesThree ShoesThree ShoesThrco
Three hundred styles ItyJ at 285 Kecnej I lecn > ecnl Sho ShoEtorCv SwEtOlc boa boaEtore
EtorCv SOS G Street norUmeat
average of 25 per cent while rnnoveral rnnoveralfamilies fn several 8overnlfamIlies severalfamilies
families which I have examined I should shouldsay shouldsay shouldsay
say that uncinarlasis uncinarl sis is reducing the la laboring laboring laboring ¬
boring capacity hence the productive productiveness ¬
ness of the family to as low as 30 to
40 per cent thus thusentaiHng entailing a loss of oO oOto 3Oto
to 70 per cent centXor centXor centNor
Xor are the losses in wages and In the thelaboring theInborlng thelaboring
laboring capacity and the decrease of ofproductiveness ofproductivcness ofproductiveness
productiveness of the family hence of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the farm arm and finally of the county the theonly theonl theonly
only onl economic consideration Involved InvolvedCases InvolvedCases involvedCaSes
Cases are not unknown where here families familieshave fammeshavosoldmoed familieshave
have havosoldmoed sold moved movbd or destroyed their theirhomes theIrhome theirhomes
homes or wero about to to do so because becauseof
of the existence of this disease and be because because because ¬
cause of the belief that It might be due dueto dueto dueto
to the locality locali In which they lived livedEffect lledEffect livedEffect
Effect on Mental lIentalDcvelopment lIentalDcvelopmentAgain Development DevelopmentAgain DevelopmentAgain
Again it is almost a common exper experience eqerience experience ¬
ience to be told by the father of a afamily afamily afamily
family that he spends for medicine all allhe allhe allhe
he earns In the hope of ridding his hischildren hischildren I Ichl
children chl dren of this thlsmalad malady Add to thisthe thisthephysicians thisthephysicians I Iphysicians
physicians bills the loss by death deathand deathand deathand
and funeral expenses etc and It is isseen isseen isseen
seen that this Infection Infection is keeping more morethan morethan morethan
than one family In absolute a solute poverty povertyNor poertyorsho1ld povertyNor
Nor orsho1ld should we forget that thatunoinarlnsla thatunoinarlnslahas unolnarinsis unolnarinsishas
has its Important bearing upon the men mental mental mental ¬
tal as well as upon up n the physical and andfinancial andfinancinl andfinancial
financial development of the poorer poorerwhite poorerwhite poorerwhite
white people As already stated chil children children children ¬
dren infected wltn this malady arc often oftenunderdeveloped oftenunderdeveloped oftenunderdeveloped
underdeveloped mentally frequently frequentlythey treql1 frequentlythey ntly ntlyha
they have ha 0 a refutation re DutaUo n in the schools schoolsIn sc hOOls hOOlsin
In the neighborhood and in their own ownfamily ownfamily ownramily
family of being stupid or dull or orbacktvard orI orbackwaril
backtvard in their studies etc Ithas Ithasalready It Ithasalready has hasalready
I already been mentioned mentlonedthatchlldren mentlonedthatchlldrensufferln that children childrensuffering childrensuffering
sufferln suffering with this disease dlseasearo are frequent frequently ¬
ly kept home from school becauso of oftheir attheir oftheir
their tendency to become bec me edematous edematouswhen edematouswhen edematotiwhen
when they the sitstill sit still for any length of oftime ottime oftime
time When we now recall that these theseconditions theseconditions thesecondItion
conditions coincide especially withthe withtheeducational wIth the theeducational theeducational
educational period It should not seem seemstrange seemstrange seemstrange
strange that unclnarlaais unctnar nsls has a marked markedInfluence markedhifiuenco markedidduenco
Influence upon the general Intellectual Intellectualcondition Intellectualcondition latellectualcondition
condition of the districts In which it
Discoverer of the Parasite ParasiteTh
Th i report Is accompanied by a num number numbarrif number ¬
ber barrif of illustrations Hlustratl ns showing enlarged enlargedviews enlargclvIews enlargedviews
views of the hookworm A Aphoto photograph photographof raph raphof
of a girl found t und in Florida suffering from fromthe lroIrthe fromthe
the disease is a horrible example ex inile of Its Itshandiwork itshantlworJc itshanUworle
handiwork Note says Dr Stiles Stilesthe Stilesthe Stilesthe
the bloated face the drooping shoul shoulders shouldens shoulder ¬
dens der he prominent abdomen and the thethin thothin thethin
thin legs and arms The girl was about aboutfifteen aboutlltteen aboutlifteen
fifteen years iE > 4rS old oldWhile oldWhile > t tWhIle
While he claims credit for having havingcalled havingcalled havingcalled
called the attention 0 of the world to tho thoexistence thoedstcnce thecxistcce
existence of this disease In America he heeclifes
declarer decl ew that Dr A G CSmith Smith discov discovered dIsc dlscovere1 v vered ¬
ered the presence of the theparaslte parasite In man manIn manin manin
In 1S93 Dr Smiths report Impelled Dr DrStiles DrStUes DrStiles
Stiles to take up his present Pre ent investiga investigations investigations investigations ¬
tions tionsDr tionsDr tionsDr
Dr Stiles report is regarded rognrdedas as of ofgreat ofgreilt ofgreat
great Importance In scientific history
It Is another addition to the high and andincreasing andIncreasing andIncreasing
increasing reputation borne by Dr DrStiles DrStiles DrStilos
Stiles Georgetown University Is proud proudto
to cl claim lm him as an alumnus
LONDON May 20 30There There Is a man manliving manliYlng manlIving
living in Manchester who has estab established establIghed ostabIlahed ¬
lished a record In the matter of wives wivesHe wivesHe wivesHe
He has been married eleven times and andfrom andfrom andfrom
from none of his wives has he been di divorced dIycrced diverced ¬
vorced vorcedThe ycrcedThe vercedThe
The first three died young after being beingmarried Laing1arrIed beingmarried
married only nlya a few months Two wero werouccidentally weroIccidentall wereoccidental
uccidentally occidental ly drowned another commit committed commltleti committed ¬
ted suicide the seventh eighth and andninth andmnth andninth
ninth died of fevers the tenth was waskilled wasIdlledby waskilled
killed Idlledby by a wild ild bull and the eleventh eleventhhas clcycuthlaf eleventhhaz
has been hurt In a railway railwn wreck and andthe Hn Hnill andthc
the ill doctors at the hospital say that shy shycannot Shlcannot shtcannot
cannot live
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batlato for summer summercooler slimmercooler
I cooler than netwell netwellboned netwellI netwellboiiedreinforeod
boned boiiedreinforeod reinforced at atwaist atwaist atwaist
waist a 50c Corset Corsetwith Corsetwith Corsetwith
I with pair of good goodarters goodgartcn goodgarters
garters arters attach 50C 50CI I Iod ciic ciiced
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Ladies Waists WaistsThis IN WaistThie aistss aistssf
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This sale Is not a showy lol ldof ldofwaists of ofwaists orw1ista
waists made in any old way In order orderto
to make a low price They are this thisseasons thl8fleasons tizisseasons
seasons best styles st lc are carefully carefullyin carelullymado carefullymade
made in a do and and perfect fit Tho cool coolweather coolwenther coolweather
weather Is the only reason reasonwhy f fwhy
i why we are selling these 150 160waists 150valststor 150waists 9 3 C
waists valststor valststorWHITE for forWHITE v u uWHITE
SIAN LAWN tucked with lace and andembroidery andembroidery andembroidery
embroidery trimmings also White WhiteMadras Whitef WhiteMadras
Madras Waists with Persian braid braidand braidand braidand
f and large pearl buttons
GouldB 0 Story Denied DeniedDispatches DeniedDispatches
Dispatches from Baltimore quote the theofficers theofficers theofficers I
officers of the Pennsylvania Railroad as asdenying asdenying asdenying
denying the rumor that the Goulds have haveeither haveeither haveeither
either acquired control of the Baltimore Baltimoreand Baltimoreand Baltimoreand
and Ohio or are attempting to do so soThe soThe soThe
The rumor was brought to toVashingtou toVashingtouby Washington Washingtonby
by a railroad man who had been In New NewYork NewYor NewYorl
York Yor on business and it was retailed retailedby ret retiledby lled lledb
by b him simply as a rumor The Penn Pennsylvania Penus1anla Pennsylvania ¬
sylvania men say that the Goulds would wouldhave woulllbave wOuldhave
have to spend nearly seventy million milliondollars mllUonoll3r milliondollars
dollars oll3r to get the control mentioned mentionedand
and cite this as an impossibility It Its Itssaid Is Issaid s ssaid
said however that the Rockefellers arc arcwith arcwith arewith
with the Goulds In many of theIr rail railroad rallroad railroad ¬
road enterprises and andseyenty seventy millions millionswould millionswould millionswould
would not be beyond the power pf these thesemen thesemon thesemen
men to obtain If lfthey they really rcall wanted It ItIt itIt
It is also said that the Pennsylvania has hasonly holSnl hasonly
only nl onethird of the stock of the Bal Baltimore DaIUmoreand Baltimore
timore Umoreand and Ohio the remainder of the thestock thestock thestock
stock being scattered throughout the 1hocountry thecountry thecountry
country A combination of these stock stockholders stoolholders stockholders ¬
holders If they could be organized Jnto Jntoan Jutoan ititoan
an opposition would make it Interest InterestIngfor interesting i iing
ing Ingfor for those now In control However Howeverthe Howeverthe Howeverthe
the whole matter Is one o of speculation speculationand speculationand
and as the officers of ortlie the Keystone sys system Syso Sysot systam ¬
tem t D have seen seennt lit fit to deny the rumor rumorthat rumorthat rumorthat
that ought to settle It ItMany itMany itMany
Many Changes Tomorrow TomorrowIn
In connection with the affairs of the thePennsylvania thoPennsjlvanlnlt thePennsylvania
Pennsylvania it will be of Interest to tothe tothe tothe
the railroad world to recall that it Is Istomorrow Istomorrow istomorrow
tomorrow that that the long contemplated contemplatedphanges contemplatedchanges contemplatedchangeS
changes in the administrative officers of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the system will take place and more moremen moremen moremen
men will be shifted than have been at atone atone atone
one time in a quarter of u century centuryTwentyfive centuryTwentyfive centuryTwentyfive
Twentyfive important officers are to bo bomovedThe bomoved bemoved
movedThe moved The most important of ottheseis ottheseisJohn these is isJohn isJohn
John B Thayer Thaycrwho who becomes fifth vice vicepresident vicepresident vicepresidont
president with general generafmunngerlal managerial pow powers powelsand pOwe1s ¬
ers elsand e1s and George W Boyd who becomes becomesgeneral becOII1esgeneral becoffiesgeneral
general passenger agent agentSeven agentSovenne agentSeven
Seven Sovenne new offices are created createda among amongthem amongthem nong nongthem
them that of general coal coalrelght freight agent agentto agenttowhlch agenttowhich
to towhlch which Joseph G Searles was appoint appointed ¬
ed passenger p senger traffic manager which whichgoes whichgoes vhlchgoes
goes to James R Wood chief engineer engiueorof engine or orof
of maintenance of way Joseph T Rich Richards Richards Richards ¬
ards superintendent of freight trans transportation tTansportatlon transportation ¬
portation Robert M Patterson super superintendent superIntendent superintendent ¬
intendent of passenger transportation transportationCharles transportationCharles transportationCharles
Charles M I Schaeffer Schaefferand and general agent agentat
at PIttsburg Herbert A Jaggard JaggardAt JaggurAt
At his own request P Frank Hunter Hunterwho Hunterwho HunterSwho
who has hasbecn been In Ill health for a long longtime longtime longtime
time will be retired and George GeorgeA GeorgeAWalker A AWalker AWalker
Walker will be appointed to take his hisplace hisplace hIsplace
place W Hayward Drayton will be as assigned assigned assigned ¬
signed to the Long Island Railroad as asgeneral asgeneral asgeneral
general freight agent agentThe agentTho agentThe
The changes mean a a general trend of ofImprovement ofimprovement ofimprovement
Improvement that Is to be followed followedthroughout followedthroughout followedthroughout
throughout the whole System SystemSeveralNew systemSeveral systemSev
SeveralNew Several Sev ± 1Iew New Tratns TratnsTo
To meet the increased traffic for the thesummer thesummer thesummer
summer it Is announced that the Penn Pennsylvania Penns PennslvanIawill ¬
sylvania s lvaniawill will soon sooncatnbllsh establish a new series seriesof seriesotexpress seriesof
of otexpress express trains for suburban and sea seaside s seaside a aside ¬
side resort service as well as a anum anumber num number nuniher ¬
ber of new trains between betweenPh Philadelphia Philadelphiaand Philadelphiaand ladelphia ladelphiaand
and New York
Against Sympathetic Strikes StrikesDispatches StrikesDispatches StrikesDispatches
Dispatches received yesterday from fromDenver fromDenyer fromDenver
Denver announce that the Brotherhood Brotherhoodof
of Railroad Rallro d Trainmen now in annual annualconvention annualconyention annualconvention
convention in the mountain city have haveadopted haveadopted haveadopted
adopted resolutions resolut onsngainst against sympathetic sympatheticstrikes lympatheUcstrIkes sympatheticstrikes
strikes and announced that hereafter hereafterthe hereafterthoorganizaUon hereafterthe
the thoorganizaUon organization will not countenance countenancethem countenancoth countenancethem
them themBig th themBig m mBig
Big Excursion Business BusinessSome BusinessSorno BusinessSome
Some records were smashed yesterday yesterdayby yester ay ayby
by the Baltimore and Ohio in the way wa of ofexcursion otexcur ofexcursion
excursion excur lon business The rush to Pen PenMar PenM PenMftr
Mar M r was so great that Col S B Hege Hegeran Hogeran Hegeran
ran out outo of tickets and all sorts of ex expediences cxpediences ¬
pediences had to be resorted to It be beIn belug beiii
I In lug Decoration Day Da and the first day of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the regular summer Saturday hnlfholl
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Have You Been Disappointed DisappointedMost
Most ladies have been when the dressmaker or tailor has failed
to deliveron deliver on time t Iuc or O l made a misfit Have you ever had haaa a readymade lc readymadegarment dymade dymadegarment
5 garment altered 7 You know now it CANT BE DONE RIGHT We Wesell Wesell 7e 7esell
sell readytowear garments but WE DONT ALTER THEM THl 1I IF IFyour IFYour IFyour
your Your size size is not here WE WILL MAKE IT TO YOUR MEASURE
1 For Monday only Choose your our Skirt Material from our large largeassortment largeassoJiment largeassortiiient
assortment of Black and Colored Allwool Cheviot Voile Etamine
I Brilliantine Camels Hair and Golf Cloth Made in walking length lengthor
or dress skirts Select your own choice of style stylelU1 ami < l material and nut have havef3
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ahovcmay may folds or buttons Make your yourselection yonrI yourseleetioii
I selection from our large stock without extra charge Remember no noalterltioiis
I j alt orations they tlme fit or we return ret returathe lll the money
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brown and pink pinkchecks plnlchecks pinkchecks
checks for Monday Mondays Mondayspecial
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Curtains in white or
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and sheer glazed gln cd fin finish finish finlsli ¬
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da day rush thousands of people left town townfor townfor townfor
for the mountains and other resorts resortsreached resortsreached resortsreached
reached by the road One hundred citi citizens citizens citizens ¬
zens of Washington went on a special specialtrain specialtrain specIaltrain
train to Annapolis Junction Md Id under underthe undertho underthe
the guidance of Charles F Wcller Wcllerand Wpllerand Wellerand
and Capt F Sharpe to inspect inspectthe Inspectthe inspectthe
the Junior Republic They remained remainedall
all day and returned in the even evening evening evening ¬
ing Several hundred people went toGettysburg to toGettysburg toGettysburg
Gettysburg and as many more spent the theday theday theday
day at Washington Grove GroveOn GroveOn GroveOn
On a Vacation Trip TripH
H T Merrill ticket agent of the Bal Baltimore Baltlmore Baltimore ¬
timore and Ohio went to Fredericks Fredericksburg Fredericksburg Fredericksburg
burg yesterday on a vacation trip tripOn tripOn tripOn
On General Lees Staff StaffA
A prominent visitor who ho came to toWashington toWashington toWashIngton
Washington yesterday over the Southern SouthernRailroad SouthernRaUroUod SouthnRailroad
Railroad was Gen A B Alexander Alexanderof
of ot c Georgia Georgiawho who when only twentytwo twentytwoyears twcntytwoyears twentytwoyears
years of age agewas was a a colonel of o artillery artilleryon
on the staff of Gen Genfiobert Robert tobert E Leo Gen General Gencml n neral ¬
eral Alexander is a graduate of Weat WestPoint WeatPoint WeatPOint
Point PointMay PointMay POintMay
May Break Records RecordsIt
It Is said if the officers of the Baldwin BaldwinLocomotive BaldwinLocomotive
Locomotive Works Wprksat at Philadelphia Phlladelphlanre Phlladelphlanrenot are arenot arenot
not disappointed they will wilIhave have turned turnedOut turn turnedout d dout
Out by July 1 1the the greatest number numberof
of finished flni hed locomotives locomotlvesevermanufne locomotlvesevermanufnetured ever manufac manufactured manufactured ¬
tured by any an one concern in six months monthsThe monthsThe monthsThe
The production Is fixed at ono thousand thousandmachines thousandmachines thousandmachines
machines which is twothirds of the thenumber thenlniber thenumber
nlniber number completed during the whole of o
11902 1902 and only onl fifty machines less than thanithewhble tbanthe thanthe
ithewhble the wholeoutput whble output fOI for 1901 Tho orders ordersfor orderstor ordersfor
for 1904 would indicate that the com company company cornpany ¬
pany will have to enlarge its plant plantMany plantMany plantMany
Many of the locomotives are going goingabroad goingabroad goingabroad
abroad abroadBack abroadBack abroadBack
Back From California CaliforniaPresident CaliforniaPresident i iPresident
President G W Stevens of the Chesa Chesapeake Chesapeake hes hespeake ¬
peake and Ohip Railroad has hasreturned hasreturnedfrom returned returnedfrom returnedfrom
from a trip of Inspection Insj > ccsUon frdm the tb West WestHe WestHe WestHe
He spent some some time in California CaliforniaOn CaliforniaQil
On Their Way Home HomeThe HomeThe HomeThe
The last of the delegates to the con convention convention convention ¬
vention of the American Association Associationof
of Railway Accountants which hich took toolplace tookplace tookplace
place at Hot Springs Va passed passedthrough pnssetthrough passedthrough
through the city cltyyesterdayontheir cltyyesterdayontheirway yesterday on their theirway theirway
way to their homes They announced announcedthe
the association had selected seiectedSaratogn seiectedSaratognas Saratoga Saratogaas
as the meeting place of the next con convention con conventi convention ¬
vention venti on and the following officers had hadbeen hadbeen badbeen
been elected President J J L W Ren Renner Renner Ronncr
ner who Is controller of the Pennsyl Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania ¬
vania west of PIttsburg vice president presidentA
A D Parker general auditor of the theColorado theColorado theColorado
Colorado and Southern second aecoDdIco aecoDdIcopresidentJ vice vicipresident vicepresident
president J 1 O OCl11Iord Clifford freight auditor audltoiof auditoror
of the Ohicago and Northwestern arid aridtreasurersecretary aridtreasurerBecretary andtreasurersecretary
treasurersecretary C JI J Phillips ot otChicago otChicago ofChicago
Chicago ChicagoOffices ChicagoOffices ChicagoOffices
Offices Closed ClosedNearly ClosedXearly ClosedNearly
Nearly all of the main offices o or
the railroads In Washington were closed closedat cl9sedat
at 12 oclock yesterday and most of the theofficers theofficers theofficers
officers and clerks left for country re resorts resorts resorts
sorts sortsImportant sortsI sortsImprtant
I Important Imp rlant Conference
An Important Important conference was held yes yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
terday at Philadelphia between Presi President Prcsident President ¬
dent Loree and other officers of the theBaltimore theBaltImoro theBaltimore
Baltimore and Ohio and President Baer Baerof Baerot Baorof
of the Philadelphia and Reading at atwhich atwhIch atwhich
which the renewal of the traffic arrange arrangement arrangcmont arrangemont ¬
mont fQr the year was discussed The Theagreement Thengreement Theagreement
agreement was w a renewed renewedWork renewedWork renewedWork
Work on onN New ew Lines LinesCharles LinesCharle LiiiesCharles
Charles M MSchaffer Schaffer superintendent of oftelegraph ortelegraph oftelegraph
telegraph of the Pennsylvania Railroad Railroadis
is authority for the statement that the thftPostal thePostal th thPostal
Postal will have Its lines In working or order order order ¬
der all nh over the system syste In six months monthsUnder monthsUnder monthsUnder
Under the new arrangement the Postal Postalwill Postalw111 Postalwill
will only leas the poles and wires from fromthe fromtho fromthe
the railroad and will not bo allowed allowedto
to own them as did the Western estern Union
Underwear UnderwearLACE
LACE TRIMMED LADIES LAD ES Pure PureWhite PureVhlte PureWhite
White fine summer low neck VESTSfanc VESTS VESTSfancy VESTSfancy
fancy fanc woven ribbed all sizes sizesFOR 93
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FOR MEN l1ENA A sale of Fine Bal Balbrtggan Balbriggan i ibNggan
brtggan Summer Shirts and Draw Drawers Drawers Drawera ¬
ers the e shirts may be bohad had with withlong withlong withlong
long or short sleeves sleevesa a 39c 39cundergarment Clf
undergarment all sizes sizesllonday sizesMonday l8C 1 i iSummer
Monday llondaySummer MondaySummer
Summer Goods GoodsSi
61 pieces left from the big sale of oflOc otlOc oflOc
lOc LAWNS LA NS and DIMITIES they theyare tho thoarc theyare
are light and dark styles entirely entirelynew
new this tht season Chooso as many manyyards man manI manyyards
yards nrda as you like from large < > 7
I center bargain table for forMonday or orMonday 3 C
Monday only 8
MUSLIN DE SOIE SOlEThis This beautiful beautifulfabric beautifulfabric auWul I
fabric Is made of SILK and LINEN LINENand LINENand LINENand
and is desirable for forgraduallon graduation and andsummer andsummer andsummer
TUCKED TUCKED or SHIRRED We have haveblack haveblack haveblack
black all colors also whito and andcream andcroam32 andcream
cream croam32 32 in wide Is worth worth3fc tajf
3Sc yard Our regular price priceIs 17 I Iis C
is 25c for Monday spqcial at B fl
Lace Hosiery HosieryBlack
Black Lisle Drop Dropstitch Dropstitch Dropstitch
stitch Stocktngs open openwork openwork openwork
work to the toe can canbo cnnbo canbe
bo worn with low lowshoes lowshoes lowshoes
shoes sizes S to 10 10never 10nover 10never
never sold less than than25c than25c than25c
25c pair for Mon Monday Monday donlay ¬
pair day only per 17C 17Cpair 17C 17Cpair 7C 7Cpair
Not over 3 pairs to toone toone toone
one purchaser r
Corset Covers CoversLOW Cover3LOW Coyer3LOW
SET COVER orgood orgoodquality Otgoodquality t good goodQuality
quality cambric per porfec pert perfeS
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Minister Treutler Explains Countrys CountrysAim CountrysAfll
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Aim Is Commercial CommercialRIO
RIO JANEIRO Brazil Brazil via GalrcsoTexas Galveston GalvcstonTexas GalvestonTexas
Texas May Iay 30 3 2OMr Mr lr Treutler the Ger German German
man minister who was a guest gue3tata gue3tatabanquet at a abanquet abaSquet
banquet and dance tendered by the theatato thestato thestate j
state stato government of Sao Paula at Curlty Curltyba
ba to the German G rmrtn colony made an ad address addre address ¬
dress dre ss during the ceremonies in which whichhe whichhe j
he outlined his countrys purposes in inSouth inSouth
South and Central America AmericaMinister I IIinlster jMinister
Minister Treutler declared that it was wasuntrue wasuntrue wasuntrue
untrue that Germany sought territory territoryor
or the thcorgatizatIon organization of a astrtte state in Brazil BrazilGermanys BrazilGermanys BrazilGermanys
Germanys purpose he announced was to totake totaKe totake
take part with her products in the thestruggle thEstrugglb thostrugglE
struggle by European nations nat ons for com commerclai commerola cOrnmeroial
merclai supremacy supremacyIt
It was the desire of hiscountn his country lie liesaid liesaid hesaid
said to lead others in the salo of goods goodsand goodsandbc goodsand
and andbc he was happy to tosee see that the Ger Germans Germans Germans ¬
mans In Brazil held to their native cus customs customs custhms ¬
toms vhllo honoring the nation where wheretliey whereiliey wherethey
they lived livedThe livedThe livedThe
The minister reassured the Brazilians Braziliansof
of Germanys friendship friendshipDavid friendshIpDavid rlepdshipDavid
David Thompson the American min minister minister mm mmlater ¬
ister has held a conference with the thesecretary th thaecretnry thsecretary
secretary of the public works department departmenton departmentonLommercal departmentoncoinmerelal
on commercial onLommercal affairs affairsA affairsA affairsA
The sixth revised edition edIUonor of quota quotations quotations j jtions
tions and inscriptions in the Library LIbra of ofCongress ofCongress ofCongress
Congress has just been Issued and forms formsone formsone orm I IonQ
one of the most attractive booklets of ofthe orthe ofthe
the year The collection has been made madeand madeandcompUed madeand
and andcompUed compiled by Emily Louiseau Walter Walterand Walternd Waltermind
and nd includes all the interesting and andclassic antIlas81c andclassic
classic quotations so artistically in inscribed incrtbed Inacrlbcd ¬
scribed throughout the building buildingBeginning buildingBeginning buildingBeginning
Beginning with the north hall first firstfloor firstfioor firstflOor
floor > Miss Walter has covered the en entire enUre entire ¬
tire building making maklngnoteot note of each in fnI Inrcriptioa inscription ¬
scription I > and hero and there reproducing reproducingmany rcproduclngmany reproducingmany
many of the famous paintings Among Amongthe Amongthe Amongthe
the latter arc Religion The Manu Manuscript Manuscript Manuscript ¬
script Book Tradition Tr ditlon Ganymede GanymedeStudy GanymedeStudy GanymedeStudy
Study and the marble mosaic His History HIstorY History ¬
tory toryThe torYThe toryThe
The booklet is attractively attrac lvelY bound in indark 1ndark Indark
dark green cen with letterings in gold goldA goldABRffiER goldA
ST LOUIS May 30 BOFormer 30Former Former State StateSenator SlateSenator StateSenator
Senator Charles Charl s F Busche who w o con confessed confesscd confossed ¬
fessed fesscd to having received bribes in the thecourse thecourse thecourse
course of his term in the theStntesenate theStntesenatehas State senate senatehas senatehas
has resigned aa aaa a member me or of the Re Republican Republican Republicaa ¬
publican State central centralcommittee centralcommitteeSUICIDE committee committeeSUICIDE commItteeSUICIDE
SCRANTON May 30Tlio body of ofJohn o oJohn ofolui
John olui Cavanaugh was found at the spot spotindicated spotIn4 spotin4iented
indicated In4 aled in a letter left by Mary Mc McAndrew McAndrew Ic IcAndrew
Andrew the young mans nnnssweotbeart nnnssweotbeartwho sweetheart sweetheartwho sweetheartwho
who committed c suicide last night
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Vc show complete bnos of all the latest models modelsA 4 3 3A
A Number of Used Pianos toBe to Be Cloged ClosethOuit ClosethOuitat tlut n nat
at a Fraction of TheirWortb Their Worth
KNABE 11 BE BABY GRANDOne of ofthe orthe ofthe
the newest models used but a ashort ashort ashort
short time thoroughly thoroughlyrenovated thorouhl thoroughlyrenovated >
renovated and the same sameas sameas sameas 15 0
as new marked now at atllkulticent atMakuificent v vMagnificent
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ments are requested to particularly particularlynote jJ jJnote
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could wish WishThePalais wishThe
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in good condition con iUon al almost atmost ¬ 200 K
most new priced at atAnother atAnother atAnother
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