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THE WASHINGTON V ASIlli GTON TIMES WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 7 1903 i903p p B
Negro in PhilipphiesATarget Philippines PhilippinesA
A A ATarget Target T aiget F For or I Dis Disease ase
Like Li1 < e the Filipino He Is LessHealthy Less LessHealthy LessHe
Healthy He Ithy Than theWhite theWhiteATrlY the White WhiteArmy WhiteArm
Army Arm Records Tell the theStory theSto theStory
Story StorySTATISTICS Sto StorySTATISTICS y ySTATISTICS
STATISTICS IN REPORT REPORTOF REPO REPORTOF T TOF
OF SURGEON GENERAL GENERALNative qENERAL qENERALNativ GENERALNativeScouts
Native NativeScouts Scouts of Archipelago ArchipelagoSubject ArchipelagoSub1ect ArchipelagoSubject
Subject to Malarial Dis Diseases Diseases Diseases ¬
eases in Much Greater GreaterProportions GreaterI
I i
Proportions ProportionsNeither P qportions qportionsNeUher
Neither tho negro nor the Filipino Filipinohas FlUplnohas Filipinobas
has the power to racist disease ls a e found in inthe Inthe inthe
the Caucasian Tills is shown II OWJl clearly clearlyIn
In the annual report just issued tssue by Sur Surgeon Surgeon Surgeon ¬
geon General R M I OReilly ORtill of t the thearmv tbearm thearmy
army armvWith arm armyWith
armWith
With the enrollment of 5000 native nativeFilipino nntleFilipino nativeFilipino
Filipino scouts in the army a new ntn racial racialelement ralalelement racialelement
element has been added and it becomes becomesa
u matter mntte of great interest to study the thecomparative thecomparathc thecomparative
comparative effects of disease rUseal c on the theFilipinos theFlUpinos theFilipinos
Filipinos and the white and negro negr troops troopsFor troopFFor troopsFor
For the whole army at home and andabroad andabroad andabroad
abroad in the year 1902 there were were170G were170G
170G applications for treuin2at trea mDt in every o ry
1000 white soldiers and 1440 deaths deathsThe deathThe deathsThe
The negro troops had 189774 admissions admissionsto
to treatment and 2411 41l deaths per 100and 1000 1000and ICOOand
and the Malay scouts had 170721 admis admissions adm admssIons s ssions ¬
sions and 2404 deaths per 1000 1000Filipino 1000Filipino 1000Filipino
Filipino Hard to Hurt HurtIn HurtIn HurtIn
In injuries the Filipino soldiers were weresingularly wereBlngulnrly weresingularly
singularly fortunate having ad an admissioa admis admission admission ¬
sion rate of only 7687 per thousand thousandmuch thousandmucn thousandmuch
much less than onehalt the colored rate
19425 and scarcely more than a third thirdof thirdof thirdof
of the white rate 21114 Their entire entiremortality entiremortal1ty entiremortality
mortality from Injury was from gunshot
7 men inen In all Certain Certain infectious diseases diseasesrare diseasesrare diseasesrare
rare at all times in the army and not notcommon notcommon notcommon
common In tho Philippine Islands did didnot didnot didnot
not occur among the scouts such as asscarlet asscarlet asscarlet
scarlet fever diphtheria and cerebro cerebrospinal cerebrospinal cerebrospinal
spinal fever On the other hand their theirpercentage theirpercentage theirpercentage
percentage of measles was about half halfthat hal halthat halfthat
that of tho white troops and the
preva prevalence prevalence prevalence ¬
lence of mumps was over twice as asgreat asgreat asgreat
great In admissions for consumption consumptionthey consumptionthey consumptionthey
they exceeded slightly the white men menbut men1mt menbut
but fell far below the negro troops In Insmallpox Insmallpox Insmallpox
smallpox no great difference in preva prevalence pre prelence prey preylenco ¬
lence was observed although the Fili Filipino FIUpino Filipino ¬
pino troops led in typhoid typhoid fever the thoMalay theMalay theMalay
Malay rate for admission and death was wasonly wasonly wasonly
only onefourth of the white at home homeand homeand
and abroadMalarial abroad abroadMalarial abroad1I1alarlal
Malarial diseases dlse es throughout the en entire entire entire ¬
tire army caused caue caused a very Vor much uch greater greaterpercentage greaterpercentage greaterpercentage
percentage of sickness and death among amongPhilippine amongPhilippine amongPhilippine
Philippine scouts than among either eitherwhite eitherwhite
white or colored soldiers of American Americanbirth Ainerlcan Ainerlcanbirth Americanbirth
birth The white and colored rates did didnot didnot didnot
not greatly vary being 24282 and 27498 27498admissions 21498ndmlsslons 27498admissions
admissions per thousand respectively respectivelyand respectivelyand respectivelyand
and a mortality of only 038 and 023 023per 023per 023per
per thousand while among the native nativescouts nativescouts nativescouts
scouts 70784 admissions per thousand thousandto
to sick report were caused by malaria malariaand malariannd malariaand
and L66 men per thousand died Dengue Denguewas Denguewas Denguewas
was also more prevalent among the thescouts thescouts thescouts
scouts
Cholera and BeiiBeri BeiiBeriAsiatic BenBeriAsiatic BenBenAsiatic
Asiatic cholera which caused 472 472cases 472caSes 472cases
cases and 283 deaths for each thousand thousandwhite thousandwhite thousandwhite
white soldiers In tho army showed 15C8 15C8admissions 15G8admissions 1568admissions
admissions and 79S deaths per 1000 In Inthe inthe inthe
the negro regiments and 1658 ad admissions admissions admissions ¬
missions and 1015 deaths per 1000 for forFilipino torFIlIpino forFilipino
Filipino troops When allowance is ismade ismade ismade
made for the large number of white sol soldiers soldIers soldiers ¬
diers In the United States and not ex exposed fXPosed exposed ¬
posed to cholera the rates r tes for races do donot donot donot
not so greatly differ differThe dltterThe differThe
The one infectious disease which was wasalmost wasnlmost wasalmost
almost entirely confined to the soldiers soldiersof soldiersof
of Malayan blood Is beriborl Scarcely Scarcelyly
ly known among white troops slightly slightlymore slightlymore slightlymore
more common in colored It caused rn rnadmission anadmission n nadmission
admission rate among the native scouts scoutsof scoutsof Scoutsof
of 12392 per 1000 and a death dc th rate of
601 per 1000 exactly o3equarter of oftheir oftheir oftheir
their entire mortality for the year yearThe yearThe yearThe
The freedom of the Filipino from the theVice thevice thevice
Vice of drunkonnoss is strikingly shown shownIn shownIn shownin
In that out of 5000 men only 3 indi individuals Individuals fadividuals ¬
viduals were treated for alcoholism in inone Inone inone
one year and that while white soldiers soldierswere soldierswore soldierswere
were admitted to sick slbk report on account accountof accountof accountof
of their own misconduct in the use of ofalcohol otalcohol ofalcohol
alcohol at the rate of 2478 per 1000 1000and 1000and 1000and
and colored troops at the rate of 1170 1170the 1170tho 1170thv
the Malay scouts showed the extremely extremelysmall extremelysmall extremelysmall
small admission rate of 062 0 2 per 1000 1000Where 1000Where 1000Where
Where Malay Is Strong StrongIn
In resisting gastric and intestinal intestinaldiseases Intestinaldiseases intestinaldiseases
diseases cholera excepted the Malay MalayEoldlor Malaysoldier alay alaysoldier
soldier appears from the records of
1902 to have a great advantage over overboth overboth overboth
both the white and colored Americans AmericansTo
To dysentery acute and chronic he Is Isapparently Isnp isapparently
apparently np arently subject 8ubje t to onethird the ex extent extent extent ¬
tent of his white comrade to other otherdiarrheal othordiarrheal otherdiarrheal
diarrheal diseases less than onehalfand onehalf onehalfand onehalfand
and he has about the same propor proport properLet
n t Let ttfc ttfcCOLD theGOLD the theGOLD
GOLD DUST DUBTTWIHS DUSTms DDOTwIIffi
TWIHS TWIHSdo wIIffi wIIffidorotu ms msT msWOk
dorotu do roar roartra T d dwok a
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GOLD GOLJ3Is DUZT DUZTIs BT BTis
Is all the tine t 1e It Is superior to AnY other otherpralact otherpr411t otherprdsct
pralact for foraf or all eleaasingpurpo cleansing c1uns nl purposes purposescleaning purp03csGENERAL ca caW
GENERAL W NERA USES FOIL GOLD DUSTr DUSTrkrubbUlsr STs STsecrubbtna
krubbUlsr noon wahtnt ublll rlolh IoU en enceantag and dlh dlht
cleaning woodwork wood wOrk b oilcloth 01klotblimrr il ei eitinware 1 1tlnnr
t tinware polUhlng = bntnworir clranilnr 11 2 twtb twtbrooraplptf tea IU A Arootapipnete i
rooraplptf rootapipnete < ic aDd o < Jm making klnr Ui tbellllcnaoCUop tbellllcnaoCUopGOLD the nn anertoff t oft eop eopGOLD o p pCOLD
GOLD DUST MAKES HARD WATER SOFT
I
tionato immunity to other diseases of ofthis ofthis ofthis
this classdspqpsla class dyspqpsla colic constipa constipation constipation constipation ¬
tion gastritis etc etcWithout etclthout etcWithout
Without lthout going further fur tiler into specific specificdiseases specificdlsoases specificdisoasos
diseases It seems generally speaking speakingthat speaklnsthat speakingthat
that Filipino troops exceed greatly both bothwhite bothwhite bothwhite
white and black in infectious diseases diseasesexcepting diseasesexcoptlng diseasesexcepting
excepting dysentery and typhoid fever feverand feverand feverand
and that including these last they arc arcmuch arcmuch aremuch
much loss les subject to diseases affecting affectingtht aflectlngthe affectingthe
the digestive organs organsIn organsIn organsIn
In diseases of the nervous system systemexcluding srstemoxcludlng systemexcluding
excluding beriborl as an infectious infectiousdisease Infectiousdlsoase infectiousdisoase
disease the difference Is even greater greaterthe greaterthe greaterthe
the prevalence among Malay soldiers soldiersbolng soldIersbeing soldiersbeing
being only about onefourth of the thewhite thewhite thewhite
white rate rateDiseases rateDiseases rateDiseases
Diseases of tho circulatory and respi respiratory respiratory respiratory ¬
ratory systems the gonltourinary system sys system system ¬
tem the lymphatic system diseases of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the muscles bones and joints the eye eyecar eyecar eyeear
car nose and throat also the he un unclassifled unclassified unclassified
classified diseases vary in different de degrees degrOGS degrees ¬
grees for the different races but In all allthe allthe allthe
the Filipino scouts show the smallest smallestrate smallestrate smallestrate
rate while In skin diseases they lead leadthe leadthe leadthe
the others
Record of Occupations OccupationsDuring Occupationsi OccupationsDuring
i During 1902 there was a mean strength strengthin strengthlln
lln in the Philippine Islands of 30300 white whitesoldiers whiteI whitesoldiers
I soldiers 2642 colored and 4826 native nativescouts nathescouts nativescouts
scouts scoutsEver scoutsEvor scoutsEver
Ever since plnc the th the American occupation of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Philippines the health of the forces forcesthere foreEStbere forecsthere
there ser aerug > ug has been mainly affectedfirst affected affectedfirst acr t l lfirst
first by malarhl feieis and results re3UI 9 sec second 5Cond sccend ¬
ond by dysentery and diarrheal llaeasea dioeaseaand llaeaseaand UG Q 3 3and
and thirl thi by dengue and other febrllo febrlloconditions febrlloconditions febriloconditions
conditions of undaitermlned cndcr termlned character characterIn
In 1902 cholera appeared and made a aheavy aheavy aheavy
heavy iuiprasjijn lwptotsJi In rt the rates of sick sickness slctness siciness ¬
ness and lvI lvIThe 1 lI lIThe
The Phi i 1lllnt Lino lnc > coats serving In their theirown theIrown theirown
own country couc r Icrgojy exceed the white whiteand whiteand whiteand
and colored American troops in admis admission admission admission ¬
sion rate and mortality from malarial malarialfevers malarialfeers malarialfevers
fevers In fact r ct to more than double thecolored the thecolored thecolored
colored rates They had nearly as large largea
a percentage of dengue and over twice twiceas twiceas twiceas
as much fever of undetermined origin originThe originThe originThe
The comparative Immunity to dysen dysentery dysentery
I tery and diarrhea Is much more strik strikingly strIkIngly strikingly ¬
ingly shown than when compared to the thewhole thewhole thewhole
whole army The white troops had hadnearly hadnearly hadnearly
nearly six times as much dysentery dys ntery and andsix andsix andsix
six times as deaths
many from this cause causeper causeper causeper
per thousand while the colored ratios ratioswere ratioswere ratioswere
were about three times as large Four
times as much diarrhea prevailed prevailedamone prevailedamong prevailedamong
among the whites and thrice as much muchamong muchamong muchamong
among the negroes negroesThe negroesThe negroesThe
The native of the Philippines eats eatsand eatsand eatsand
and drink with comparative comp rativEt impunity impunityarticles Impunityarticles impunityarticles
articles of food and
foul water
the use useof Useof useof
of which by white men Is disastrous
but he has no such immunity ImmunIt to cholera
In the present epidemic thp admission admissionand admissionand admissionand
and death rates In 1902 for native
troops troopsgreatly troopsgreatly troopsgreatly
greatly exceeded those of the white sol solwere
dlers although the American negroes
were the greatest sufferers of ora1L all allVETERANS ailVETERANS
VETERANS PLANNING PLANNINGFOR PLANNINGFOR PLANNINGFOR
FOR SHERMAN UNVEILING UNVEILINGArmy UN VEILING VEILINGArmy
Army of the
Ohio
Members Hear H r Re Reports Reports Reports ¬
ports of Progress ProgressA
A meeting at ° f th the ° S Society ° Cloty of tho Armv Armvn0 Army Arm
of th the
last n0 Ohio ° Was held at the Eb Ebbltt E bbltt > ltt Hou Houparti House Houseperfect e
night to
perfect arrangoments S ents for
parti participating M in the
Sherman unveiling Of tho he °
statue on
October 1H
Cap Capt
George Redway presided and J Fra Frafse Fralsa Ise Isecretary
Richard acted as secretary se cretary
The various
committees made reports
Comrade N N McCullough chairman chairmanan of
flnanco reported an active beginning
with generous responses
A large sum
was as subscribed at this meeting S The
work will be
vigorously
pushed the next
few days daysCaptain daysI daysCaptain
I Captain Morgan of the tho committee on
badges reported the purchase pur hase of badges
to be sold at 15 cents each eachThe caohThe eachThe
The chairman was
authorized to rep ¬
resent the society with the general com ¬
mittee till Captain McMillan returns
from his vacation He hopes to be able
to report details at the next meeting
Capt Robert Armour of the Seventy
ninth New York Highlanders was Intro ¬
duced to the
audience as one of the themembers themembers themembers
members of the society His
regiment regimentwas reglmantwas regimentwas
was under Burnside in the East Tonnes Tennessee Tonnessee Tennesee
see campaign of 18634 and participated
in the siege of Knoxvllle and the subse subsequent subsequent subsequent ¬
quent vigorous campaign campaignGon campaIgnGon campaignGun
Gon Thomas J Henderson of Illinois Illinoiswas IlUnolswas Illinoiswas
was present and made a few remarks In Inwhich Inwhich inwhich
which he extolled the society for the theprogress theprogress theprogress
progress it was making and expressed expressedhis expressedhis expressedhis
his appreciation of the honor of being
its its speaker at the unveiling service He Hewas Hewas Howas
was followed by Gon O r L Spuuldlng SpuuldlngTho SpnuldlngThe SpauldingThe
The final meeting before bef re the dedication dedica dedication deellcatlon ¬
tion will be held at the Ebbltt House at at7t30 at7c30
7t30 oclock next Saturday SaturdayIRISHMANS SaturdayLEISHMANS SaturdayLEISHMANS
LEISHMANS NEW HOUSE HOUSEREVIVES HOUSEREVIVES HOUSEREVIVES
REVIVES OLD RUMORS RUMORSConstantinople RUMORSConstantinople RUMORSConstantinople
Constantinople dispatches say United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States Minister Leishman has rented the thePalace thePalace thePalace
Palace of Corpl at Constantinople and andIs andIs andis
Is supposed to be expecting the eleva elevation elevation elovation ¬
tion of the American post at the Turk Turkish TurkIsh Turkish ¬
ish capital to an ambassadorship The ThoAmerican TheAmerican TheAmerican
American minister at Constantinople has hasboon hasboen hasboon
boon at a disadvantage because of his hisinferior hisinterior hisinferior
inferior rank to that of tho represen representatives representatlvos representativas ¬
tatives of othor world powers The TheSultan TheSultan TheSultan
Sultan Is said to have objected to the theelevation theelevation theelevation
elevation of the Turkish minister in this thiscountry thiscountry thiscountry
country to an ambassador however be bocauso beoauao because
cause of the marked Increase which whichwould whichwould whichwould
would result In tho expense lof of maintaining main maintaining maintaining ¬
taining an official establishment e in
Washington WashingtonASSASSINATES WashingtonASSASSINATES WashingtonASSASSINATES
ASSASSINATES A BOY BOYSOUTH BOYSOUTH BOYSOUTH
SOUTH FRAMINGHAM FRA UNGHA I Mass Oct 7 7A 7A 7A
A mysterious stranger yesterday yesterday shot shotHarry shotHarry shotHarry
Harry Carey eighteen years old at atAshland atAsbland atAshland
Ashland Inflicted fatal wounds and andfled andOed andtied
fled Young Carey was In a tree picking pickingwalnuts pickingwalnuts pickingwalnuts
walnuts when shot shotC shotCAS shotC
u
C CAS A S TO TOR T O R I A Forlnfantsand Forlnfants and Chili ChiliThe ChD MdmThe f1l f1lThe
The Kind You Have aye Always AIw wal Js s Bought
BERl BEBEffl BERI CONTINUES CONTINUESTO OMTillE8Giving I
TO PUZZLE DOCTORS DOCTORSGriYing DOCTORSGiving DOTOII8Much
Giving Much Trouble to toSurgeons toSurgeons toSurgeons
Surgeons in Philippines PhilippinesCAUSE PhilippinesCAUSE PhilippinesCAUSE
CAUSE NOT YET DETERMINED DETERMINEDAffects DETERMINEDAlIects DETERMINEDAffects
Affects AmericanBorn Soldiers Less LessThan LessThan LessThan
Than Natives NativesOnly Only Two Whites WhitesDied WhitesDied WhitesDied
Died From It in Six Years YearsBoriberl YearsBerlberl YearsBenben
Boriberl moee more mo e commonly known as asleg asleg 1S 1Sleg
leg disease is a malady with which army armysurgeons armysurgeons armysurgeons
surgeons are having much trouble trouble tr uble in the thePhilippines thePhilippines thePhilippines
Philippines PhilippinesSurgeon PhilippinesSurgeon PhilippinesSurgeon
Surgeon General OReillys annual re report reI report ¬
I port just Issued Is ued shows that 626 cases of ofthe orthe ofthe
the disease appeared in the army last lastyear lastyear lastyear
year In discussing the disease the thoSurgeon theSurgeon theSurgeon
Surgeon General says sayssU It appears that thatthis thatthis thatthis
this puzzling disease will be a very de decided decided e eclded ¬
cided factor in the morbidity morbidity and mor mortality morta mortaUty ¬
tality ta ty of our Malay troops and will but butslightly butslightly butslightly
slightly affect the Americanborn sol soldier soldier soldier ¬
dier dierAll
All cases of the disease reported for forthe forthe forthe
the year ear ended June 30 originated in tho thoPacific thoPacific thePacific
Pacific islands and andnearl7 nearly all of them themamong themamong themamong
among Philippine scouts Tho 626 sol soldiers soldiers soldiors ¬
diers admitted to hospitals for treat treatment treatment treatment ¬
ment ment represonted 775 per 1000 of the thestrength thestrength thestrength
strength of the soldiers soldiers In the islands islandsOf islandsOf islandsOf
Of these cases 23 were among whites whitesand whitesand whitesand
and resulted in the death of 2 Five Fivecases Fivecases Fivecases
cases and 1 death were among negroes negroesand negroesand negroesand
and 598 59 cases and 29 deaths among Fili Filipinos F Flllpinos lI lIpinos ¬
pinos
Scant Results From S Study SJtudyThis StudyThis tudy tudyThis
This peculiar disease has been be n studied studiedby studiedby studiedby
by physicians for more than half a cen century century century ¬
tury but little has been learned con concerning concorning concerning ¬
cerning It Boriberl is not confined to tothe tothe tothe
the Philippines It has appeared in inlarge Inlarge inlarge
large institutions in the United States StatesNearly StatesNearly StatesNearly
Nearly fifty cases developed In an In Insane Insane insane ¬
sane hospital at Tuscaloosa Ala AlaSymptoms AlaSymptoms AlaSymptoms
Symptoms of the disease are unmis unmistakable unmistakable unmistakable ¬
takable It attacks the legs of the victim vic victim victim ¬
tim and shrivels them making the themuscles themuscles themuscles
muscles flabby and weak and walking walkingdifficult walkingdifficult walkingdifficult
difficult It is frequently accompanied accompaniedby accom anled anledby
by violent vomiting and running at the thenose the11ose thenose
nose The partial paralysis of the legs legsfinally legsfinally legsfinally
finally spreads to the upper part of thebody the thebody thebody
body bodyPhysicians bodyPhysicians bodyPhysicians
Physicians are unable to agree as to tothe tothe tothe
the cause of the disease Most officers officersattribute omcersattribute officersattribute
attribute the disease to a defective die dietary dietary dietary ¬
tary in which there Is an excess of rice riceToo riceToo riceToo
Too much carbohydrates and not enough enoughprotelds enoughprotelds enoughproteids
protelds are supposed to be responsible responsiblefor
for the malady maladyVariety maladyVariety maladyVariety
Variety pf of Theories TheoriesMany TheoriesMany TheoriesMany
Many physicians believe that a lack of ofa ofa ofa
a variety arlety of vegetable foods rather than thanan thanan thanan
an excess of rice paves the way for forberiberl fozberIberl fogbenben
beriberl The disease dlsc Jlesecms seems to be more moregeneral moregeneral moregeneral
general In rainy weather and in places placeswhere plac placeswhere s swhere
where malaria thrives This has given givenrise givenrise givenrise
rise to tho theory that a germ similar similarto
to the malarial germ Is the cause of the thedisease thedisease thedisease
disease diseaseBeriberl diseaseBerlbert diseaseBenbeni
Beriberl is common In India and Bur Burma Burma Burma ¬
ma and the whole of the Malay penin peninsula peninsula peninsula ¬
sula It has frequently existed among amongsoldiers amongsoldiers amongsoldiers
soldiers in Java as an epidemic epidemicPatients epidemicPatients epidemicPatients
Patients afflicted with the malady al almost almost almost ¬
most invariably show improvement as assoon assoon assoon
soon as they are sent to hospital on high highground highground highground
ground and placed on a diet of nitro nitrogenous nitrogenous nitrogenous ¬
genous foods foodsHARRY foodsNEWS
I
1 r NEWS OF GEORGETOWN GEORGETOWNHARRY I IHARRY
HARRY E BATEMAN DEAD DEADHarry DEADHarry DEADHarry
Harry Emmett Bateman died last night nightat nightat nightat
at the homo of his mother 3416 b Street Streetnorthwest Stroetnorthwest Streetnorthwest
northwest after a lingering illness He Hewas Hewas Hewas
was about eighteen years of age and andtho anllthe andthe
the youngest son of Mrs Annie E Bate Bateman Bateman Bateman ¬
man and the late Thomas Th mas Bateman He HeIs HeIs Heis
Is survived by his mother three sisters sistersand sistersand sistersand
and two brothers brothersCONGRATULATIONS brothersCONGRATULATIONS brothersCONGRATULATIONS
CONGRATULATIONS FOR MR KING KINGGeorge KINGGeorge KINGGeorge
George W King vice president of the theGeorgetown theGeorgetown theGeorgetown
Georgetown Citizens Association is re receiving receiving receiving ¬
ceiving congratulations from all parts partsof partsof partsof
of the District in reference to the reso resolution resolutton resolution ¬
lution offered by him at the last meet meeting meetIng meetfag ¬
ing of the Georgetown Citizens Associ Association Association Assoclation ¬
ation regarding the conversion of tho thoWashington thoWashington theWashington
Washington Carnegie Library Into a atechnical atechnical atechnical
technical school No action was wastakcn wastakcnupon taken takenupon takenupon
upon the resolution at tho meeting as asMr asMr asMr
Mr King wanted the matter given care careful careful careful ¬
ful thought It will be taken up at theNovember the theNovember theNovember
November meeting meetingMARRIAGE meetingMARRIAGE meetingS meetingMARRIAGE
S
MARRIAGE LICENSE ISSUED ISSUEDA
A marriage license was issued yester yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
day to S Guy Goodwin of ThirtyfirstStreet Thirtyfirst ThlrtyflrstStreet ThirtyfirstStreet
Street Georgetown and Miss Margaret MargaretSmith MargaretSmith MargaretSmith
Smith of Harlem D C CMACKEY cMACKEY CMACKEY
MACKEY AND SCHAEFER SCHAEFERWRESTLE SCHAEFERWRESTLE SCHAEFERWRESTLE
WRESTLE A DRAW DRAWThe DRAWTho DRAWThe
The wrestling bout out between Rob Roy RoyMackey RoyMackey RoyMackey
Mackey and William Shaefer at Odd OddFollows OddFellows OddFellows
Fellows Hall last night lasted one hour hourand hourand hourand
and fortyfive minutes neither man mangaining mangaining mangaining
gaining a fall fallRobert faIlRobort fallRobert
Robert McGraw threw Bernard Hayes HayesIn HayesIn Hayesin
In ten minutes Walter Lovelace and andHarry andHarry andHarry
Harry Brown met in a fifteenminute fifteenminutedraw fitteQnmlnutedraw fifteenminutodraw
draw Harry Tyrrell threw Ira Tracy In Infifteen infifteen infifteen
fifteen minutes minutesIt
It took Boxwell seventeen minutes to toput toput toput
put the shoulders of the German Giant Giantof Giantof Giantof
of Baltimore to the floor in the fourth fourthbout fourthbou fourthbout
bout boutDISTRICT bou boutDISTRICT t tDISTRICT
DISTRICT LEAGUE LEAGUEHOLDS LEAGUEHOLDS LEAGUEHOLDS
HOLDS MEETING FLEETINGThe
The District Bowling Leaguo hold a ameeting ameeting ameeting
meeting last evening and the Takoma Takomaflvo Takomnfive Takomafive
five was dropped from membership be bocauso because because
cause of o Its suburban location The ThoRathskeller The TheRathskeller TheRathskeller
Rathskeller quint wan added The fol following following following ¬
lowing officers wore elected H C C CStiles CStiles
Stiles president C Shafer vice presi president pNsldent president ¬
I dent G T Cox secretary and treasurer treasurerand treasurerand treasurerand
and R L Ray Rayomclal official scorer scorerBears scorerBears scorerSears
Bears thei3ig the theS1gIiaturo
S1gIiaturo i3ig > iatu iatuof Y Ycf
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1V TEi1TYT EN1Y1VO MilliONS MilliONSRELEASED M1LUO M1LUOIIEftAED l
RELEASED BY TREASURY TREASURYNational TREAURYNational
National Bank Deposits Increased Increasedand hjcreas hjcreasand Increasedand
and Refunding Continued ContinuedSecretary ContinuedI ContinuedSecretary ContinuedSecretary
I
Secretary Shaw has released from fromthe from fromtho fromthe
the Treasury and made availabe for gen general general general ¬
eral circulation cir ulatlon since sl c September Septem er 1 a atotal atotal atotal
total of 522274500 He has done this thisthrough thisthrough thisthrough
through increased deposits in the na national natlonal national ¬
tional banks and through refunding and andredemption andredemption andredemption
redemption operations now fn n progress progressThe progreSSThe progressThe
The deposits of public moneys have haveincreased haveIncreased haveIncreased
increased 12443274 since September 1 1Under 1Under 1Under
Under Secretary Shaws circular of ofSeptember ofSeptember ofSeptember
September 23 relative to redemption redemptionand redemptionand redemptionand
and refunding there have been redeemed redeemedin
in 5 per cent bonds to date the amount amountof amountof amountof
of 5790050 The interest to maturity maturityon
on these bonds amounts to 144751 mak making makIng makfag ¬
ing the total released through redemption redemp redemption redemption ¬
tion 55934801 5934801 Under the refunding refundingcircular reundlngcircular refundingcircular
circular of September 23 the total of
3 per per cents and 4 per cents refunded refundedinto refundedInto refundedinto
into 2 per cent consols is 3790300 In Insettlement Insettlement Insettlement
settlement of the exchanges of the 3s 3sand 3sand 3sand
and 4s for 2s the Treasury has sent sentout sentout sentout
out checks in payment of premiums and andnet andnet andnet
net accrued accrued interest in the sum of 111
125 Thus the total released released through throughrefunding throughrefunding throughrefunding
refunding operations is 3901425 53901425The 3901425The 3901425The
The sums released have been drawn drawnfrom drawnfrom drawnfrom
from the special emergency fund of 40 40segregated
000000 segregated from from the internal internalrevenue Internalrevenue internalrevenue
revenue receipts or from the current re receipts receipts receipts ¬
ceipts from Internal revenue and other othersources othersources othersources
sources as found most convenient al although although although ¬
though the receipts from sources other otherthan othertban otherthan
than customs since September 1 havo havobeen havobeen havobeen
been mbre than sufficient to equal the thesum thesum thesum
sum released since that date datePRESIDENT datePRESIDENT latePRESIDENT
PRESIDENT APPOINTS APPOINTSTHREE APPOINTSTHREE APPOINTSTHREEGOMMISSIONEBS
THREE THREEGOMMISSIONEBS THREEGOMMISSIONEBSWill COMMISSIONERS COMMISSIONERSWill
Will Investigate Water Routes From FromGreat FromGreat FromGreat
Great Lakes to Ocean OceanPresident OceanPresident OceanPresident
President Roosevelt has appointed O OH OH 0H
H Ernstof the Corps of Engineers at atChicago atChicago atChicago
Chicago Prof G S Williams of Cor Cornell Cornell Cornell ¬
nell University and George Clinton of ofBuffalo orButralo ofBuffalo
Buffalo N Y as the representatives representativesof
of this country on the proposed inter international international international ¬
national commission to investigate investigatewater investigatewater investigatewater
water routes from the Great Lakes Lak s to tothe tothe tothe
the Atlantic Great GreatBrItain Britain will appoint appointa appointsimilar
a similar commission commissionThe commissionThe commissionThe
The river and harbor act of last year yeargives yeargtes yeargives
gives the President authority to name namesuch namesuch namesuch
such a commission and In pursuance pursuanceof
of that act the President Invited tho thogovernment thogovernment thegovernment
government of Great Britain to join In Inthe inthe inthe
the formation of It three members to torepresent torepresent torepresent
represent this counVy and three to torepresent torepresent torepresent
represent tbe Interest of the Dominion Dominionof
of Canada CanadaThe CanadaThe CanadaThe
The negotiations for the commission commissionextended commissionextended commissionextended
extended over many months and it was wasbut wasbut wasbut
but two months ago that Great Britain Britainaccepted Britainaccepted Britainaccepted
accepted tho invitation and andhannounced andhannouncedit announced announcedit
it would soon name representatives The Thocommission Thecommission Thecommission
commission will make makeauch such uch recommen recommertdations recommendations recommen recommendations ¬
dations as to improvements of the thewaterways thewnterwaY5 thewaterways
waterways along the boundary lines as aswill aswill aswill
will best subserve the Interests of nav navigation navigation naylgation ¬
igation igationLEWISOHN igationLEWISOHN lgationLEWISOHN
LEWISOHN CASE DELAYED DELAYEDALBANY DELAYEDALBAIlY DELAYEDALBANY
ALBANY Oct 7 7The The court of ap appeals appeals appeals ¬
peals yesterday did not decide In the thecase thecase thecase
case of Jesse Lewisohn who refused to totestify totestfty totestify
testify in the Canfield case
Ury My little boy had a touch of bronchial bronchialpneumonia bronchialpneumonia bronchialpneumonia
pneumonia and Dr Bulls Cough Syrup saved 5DoVedhim savedhim
I him after I had given him but a a few doses dosesMy dosesMyother dosesbtY
My Myother other boy bo and my y husband has band had bad colds coldsalso coldsa1w coldsalso
also but thanks to the wonderful Dr Bulls BullsCough
I Cough Syrup Syro they were cured too Mrs MrsAnnie MrsAnnieWinkle MrsAnnleWinkle Annie AnnieWinkle
Winkle 20 Diamond DIamond St SL Brooklyn N Y YI YI
II I have used Dr Bulls Cough Syrup for form my mycold mycold y ycold
I cold and obtained great relief I hare are a coldevery cold coldevery coldevery
every winter and always take Dr Bulls Cough CoughSyrup CoughSyrup Cough8rrup
Syrup which helps me more than anything anythingelse anythingclC anythingelse
else and always cures me Miss Barbara C CWilliamson CWllUunson CWilliamson
Williamson Andover HOES HOESI
I have used Dr Bull Du11s Cough Cou h Syrup for years yearsin yelrsIn yearsin
in my m family and find It invaluable when any anyof anyof anyof
of my children are hoarse or croupy Mrs MrsC Mrse MrsC
C T Wynkoop 27th and East Alison Glls n Streets StreetsPortland StreetsPortland StreetsPortland
Portland Oregon OregonI
II I have used Dr Bulls Cough Syrup for the tholast tbelast thelast
last seven years and have 1111 e always derived great greatbenefit greatbenefit greatbenefit
benefit from it I also recommended it to many manyZilllg mM mMof manof
of my friends and they are very veil plensed plensedwith leas leaswith
with the result that followed Its use se Andrew AndrewZllllg drew drewZI11ig169Hickory
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M1LIARIIi8 RDS POSITION I IIjCIAllEDUNTMAB
DECLARED IjCIAllEDUNTMAB IjCIAllEDUNTMABUnited UNTENABLE UNTENABLEUnited
United Unit d States Treasurer Trea urer Makes An Answer Answer Anin ¬
swer swerM1LIARIIi8 in Union Station Case CaseE111 CaseEllIlt CaseElli3
E111 EllIlt H Roberts Treasurer of the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States today filed a demurrer to tothe tothe tothe
the proceedings Instituted against him himand hImand himand
and others by Josiah Mlllard involving involvingthe Invohlngthe involvingthe
the constitutionality of the act of Con Congress Congress Congress ¬
gress providing for the condemnation of ofland otland ofland
land for a a site for the union railway railwaystation railwaystation railwaystation
station and also for the use of certain certainrailroads certainraIlroads certainrailroads
railroads Th Thg Treasurers answer Is Ismade Ismade ismade
made through District Attorney Beach Beachwho Benohwho Beachwho
who says the complaint filed contains containsno
no matter of equity whereon the Su Supreme Supreme Supreme ¬
preme Court of the District can ground groundany groundany groundany
any decree d cree or give relief to the complainant com complainant complaInant ¬
plainant as against the defendant defendantThe defendantThe defendantThe
The District Commissioners Philadel Philadelphia Philadel Philadelphia Philadelphia ¬
phia Baltimore and Washington Rsxllj Rsxlljroad Rail Rnllroad Railroad
road Company Philadelphia Wilming Wilmington Wilmington lImlng lImlngton ¬
ton and Baltimore Railroad Company Companythe Companythe Companythe
the Baltimore and Potomac Railroad RailroadCompany RsllroadCompany RailroadCompany
Company the Baltimore and Ohio Rail Railroad Railroad Railroad ¬
road Company and the Washington WashingtonTerminal WashingtonTerminal WashingtonTerminal
Terminal Company Gom > any are also named as asdefendants asdefendants asdefendants
defendants in the proceedings instituted institutedby lr institutedby stltut d dby
by Mr Mlllard MlllardBUYS Millard MillardBUYS MillardBUYS
BUYS MORE WELLS WELLSPITTSBURG WELLSPITTSBURG WELLSPITTSBURG
PITTSBURG Oct 7 7J J C McKinney McKinneyof cKlnn y yof
of Tltusville representing the th Standard StandardOil StandardOil
Oil Company has closed a leal with theDovonIan the theDevonian theDevonian
Devonian Oil Company whereby the for former formcr former ¬
mer comes into possession of all > > 11 the lat latters Jatters letters
ters producing property In Allegheny Alleghenyand Allcglu1DYand Alleghenyand
and Butler counties on which mere tntr me mea IUda area
a large number of wells The consider consideration consldJr consldJratlon consideratlon ¬
atlon was 100000 100000OR COoooDR 00000BR
OR WILEY RETURNS FROM FROMTRIP FROMTRIP FROMConsignment
TRIP OF INSPECTION INSPECTIONConsignment INSPECTIONConsignment
Consignment of Adulterated Wine Con Condemned Condemned Condemned ¬
demned demnedDr demnedDr demnedDr
Dr H W Wiley of the Department Departmentof
of Agriculture has returned from New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York where he went last week to con confer conter confer ¬
fer with importers relative to the op operation operation operation ¬
eration of the pure food law passed at atthe atthe atthe
the last session sessl n of Congress He will willreport winreport willreport
report his observations and conclusions conclusionsto
to Secretary Wilson WilsonIn WilsonIn WilsonIn
In consequence consequencelof I of tests made by the thodepartment thedepartment thedepartment
department and certified by Secretary SecretaryWilson SecretaryWllson SecretaryWilson
Wilson to the Treasury Department DepartmentSecretary DepartmentSecretary DepartmentSecretary
Secretary Shaw has sent instructions to tothe tothe tothe
the officials at New York These direct directthe directthe directthe
the condemnation con emnatlon of a consignment of ofRhine or orRhine ofRhine
Rhine wine which showed the use of ofsalicylic ofsalicylic ofsalicylic
salicylic acid as a preservative The Thewine Thewine Thewine
wine had been shipped from Germany to toa toa toa
a Philadelphia Importing house bouseThe houseThe houseThe
The report of Secretary Wilsons Wilsonsagents Wilsonsagents Wilsonsagents
agents was based on two grounds Be Because Bocause Because ¬
cause the wine was so adulterated as to tobe tobe tobe
be Injurious to health and because the thesale thesale thesale
sale of f wines containing contnlnlngaaUcyllcacid containingsaUcyUc salicylic acid Is Isforbidden Isforbidden isforbidden
forbidden In Germany GermanySTRATTON GermanySTRATTON GermanySTRATTON
STRATTON AGAIN VICTOR VICTORCOLORADO VICTORCOLORADO VICTORCOLORADO
COLORADO SPRINGS Oct 7 7The 7Thejury 7Thejury The Thejury
jury in the case of J S Donovan against againstL
L I Harry Stratton has returned a verdict verdictin nrdictin verdictin
in favor of Stratton The suit was for
10 per cent of the 350000 procured lyyoung ly lyyoung lyyoung
young Stratton on a compromise of his hissuit hissuit hissuit
suit to break his fathers will
FAMOUS DR BULL BULlThe
The Discoverer of ofDr ofDr ofDr1
Dr Bulls BullsCough BullsCough BullsF BullsCough
Cough Syrup SyrupDr
Dr John W Bull who discovered Dr Bulls BullsCough BullsCou BallsCough
F Cou Cough h Syrup fifty years ago was the most successful suc successfal BUCcessful
cessful doctor for all throat and lung diseases tho thoworld thoworld thoworld
world has ever known No other doctor has ever everbeen ecrbeen everbeen
been able to devise a better betterformnla formula There Is no nocase nor
7 case of throat or lung trouble which Dr Bulls BullsDR Bulls1ft
1 1ft rr r Cough Cou h Syrup will not cure It is to today day the only onlyI onlyabsolutelure
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I nbsolutely absolutelure sure end sate cure for cough COld hoarse hoarseDR hoarseDR
DR JOHN W BULL ness bronchitis bronchitis influenza croup whooping cough coughDiscoverer coughDiscoverer cougtDiscoverer
Discoverer of Dr Bulls Cough Syrup bleeding lungs or hemorrhages and consumption consumptionIT consnmptlonIT consumptionIT
IT HAS CURED THOUSANDS
UYy My ftmll1y has used Dr Bulls Cough Syrup Syruptor Sympfor
for the last twelve years successfully and wouldnse vroul vroulnse would woulduse
nse no other Kirk Feld 611 D Street S E EWashington Eo EoWnsblngton E EWashington
Washington D C CI CII CI
II I use m none other but Dr Bulls Cough By Syrup SyrupIt SyrupIt rap rapIt
It has been used in our family for many yearsand years yearsand yeaSand
and I would not be without It in the house bouseErnest houseErnest houseErnest
Ernest E Curry N J State Hospital Morris MorrisPlains MorrlsPlaIm MorrisPlains
Plains NJ NJflclal N J JI JI
I used Dr Bulls Cough Syrup Syrup with bone bene1cfal boneficial
flclal results it worked orked like 1 a charm and andcored andcared an ancured
cored a cough in one night It is the nicest nicestand nicestand nicestand
and best cough syrup I ever used William WilliamCampbell WlIlIamesmpbell WilliamCampbell
Campbell Pfernhuist Famh P PO O Newcastle Co CoDelaware CoDe1amuc CoDelaware
Delaware DelawareI
II I want to tell you how delighted we all arc arctoo arcwith arewith
with Dr BuJl Balls Cough 8rrn Syrup 1 Igam am not saying sayingtoo sayingtoo
too much when I say iithe It is the very vcr best cough coughsyrup coughsymlo coughsyrup
syrup not only for grown people but I never neverfound neverfound neverfound
found anything to equal it for children Dr DrBulls Drnulls DrBulls
Bulls Cough Syrup deserves the entire credit creditIt creditfor creditfor
for my childrens good health I recommend recommendIt
It to everybody everr ody Geo Gabriel 1025 SecondAve Second SecondAvo SecondAva
Ave New York City
AVOID A VOID SUBSTITUTES SUBSTITUTESDo
Do not accept some cheap imitation it may contain harmful harmfuldrugs hnrmfuldrug harmfuldrug
drug Neither take the poor substitute su sUtutc offered by the dealer dealerhe deaJerhe ti tihe
he Is after large profit and you will Ulcndanger endanger your health hcnlthor or that thatof thatof y yof
of your family if 1 you fool with a substitute Insist on DR DRBULLS DRBULLS t tBULLS
BULLS COUGH SYRUP SYRUPi U IB the bcsti best it is the one that thatw1l1 thatw1l1cure thatirlllcure will willeuro
cure you and no other remedy equals It See that our Trade Trademark Trndemark Trademark ¬
mark the Bulls Bull Head Is on the wrapper Price 25 cents 50 50cents O Ocents a i icents
cents and LOG at all druggists druggistsA
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POLICE COURT ACCOUNTS ACCOUNTSAUDIT ACCOUNTSAUDIT ACCOUNTSAUDIT
AUDIT COMPLETED COMPLETEDAuditor COMPLETEDAuditor COMPLETEDAuditor
Auditor Garrison yesterday completed completedthe comp1ctedthe completedthe
the audit of the accounts of the Clerk of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the Police Court for fines and forfeit forfeitures forfeitures forfeitures ¬
ures collected from January 1902 to toJune toJune
June 30 1903 The books show 102 102995SS
995SS and a corresponding amount has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been deposited with the Collector of ofTaxes otTAxcs ofTaxes
Taxes TaxesSUCCESSFUL TAxcsSUCCESSFUL TaxesSUCCESSFUL
SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATES CANDIDATESTO
TO BE ANNOUNCED ANNOUNCEDRalph
Ralph Given secretary of the board cf ofexaminers cfexamlnersT cfExamlncrB
examlnersT examiners said yesterday that the thenames thenames
names of the applicants who successful successfully ¬
ly passed p ssed examinations for admission to tothe tothe
the District bar will be announced Tues Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday ¬
day next
7tK lib h GOIDENBERGSBargain GOIDENBERGS GOLDENBERGSBargain 7thIK 7thIKBargaifl
Bargain BargaiflGreat Thursday Sale SaleGreat
Great big values from all departments to make tomorrow one of the tliebusiest
busiest days dns of this busy week Below elow are only a few of the details detailsvisit detailsvisit
visit jsit the store tomorrow and youll oull find bier bi bargains everywhere
5c Soap SoapGenuine 2 2Genuine c cGenuine
Genuine Star Oleine Laundry LaundrySoap LaundrySoap LaundrySoap
Soap which usually sells at oc 5c a acake acake acake
cake tomorrow at 2e Instead Limit Limitof Limitof Limitof
of 6 cakes to each buyer buyerWalking buerWalking buyerWalking
Walking Walking Skirts S398 S398Walking S398Walking S398Walking
Walking Skirts of Novelty Mix Mixtures Mixtures lIx lIxtures ¬
tures made hip effect and andpaneled andpaneledfinished paneled paneledfinished paneledfinished
finished with stitched laps on hip hiphandsomely hiphandsomely hiphandsomely
handsomely stitched all around and andat andat andat
at bottom Strictly all pure woo4l woo4lsnowflake wool woolsnowflake woolsnowflake
snowflake mixtures Regular 500 500value 5 5alue 500value
value alue J3SS J3SSCorsets 398 398Corsets 398Corsets
Corsets at 39c 39cNew 3geNew 39cNew >
New Coutil Corsets in medium mediumshort mediumsbort mediumshort
short and tape girdles Top trimmed trimmedwith trimmedwith trimmedwith
with lace Straight front Sizes 18 18to 18to 18to
to 30 Tomorrow at 39c 39cWomens 39cWomens 39cWomens
Womens Drawers 21 21e 21eGood 21cGood c cGood
Good quality Muslin Drawers yoke yokebands yokebands yokebands
bands and deep cambric hemstitched hemstitchedruffles hemstitchedruffles hemstitcbedruffles
ruffles opened or closed 21c a pair pair29c pair2ge pair29c
29c Aprons 19c 19cChildrens 19cChildrens 19cChildrens
Childrens White Aprons with bibs bibsapd bibsapd bibsand
apd bretelles trimmed with lace and andInserting andInsert andinserting
Inserting Insert ng sizes 6 to 14 years yearsregu yearsregular reguJar regu regular ¬
lar 29c 29c value Val e for 19c tomorrow
150 and S200 200 Shoes 125 125Misses 125Misses 125Misses
Misses and Childrens School Shoes Shoesof Shoesof Shoesof
of wearresisting kind calf and pat patent patent patent ¬
ent leather button or lace and foot footform footfom footform
form la lasts sts sizes up to 2 125 for forvalues foryalues forvalues
values up to 2 pair pairYouths pairYouths pairYouths
Youths Suits S690 S690Youths 690 640Youths 690Youths
Youths strictly Allwool Suits In Infancy infancy infancy
fancy Scotch mixtures cassimeres cassimeresand casslmeresand casstmeresand
and rough cheviots an exceptional exceptionalvalue exceptionalvalue exceptionalvalue
value at 690 690Wash I IWash fWash
Wash Cloths 3c
100 doz do Softfinish Turkish Tt rkish Wash WashCloths WashCloths WashCloths
Cloths fancy colors In pink and andblue andblue andblue
blue weave hemmed all around the the5c the5c the5c
5c cloths you know what they are arebargain arebargain arebargain
bargain prices each 3c
ROAD DRIVERS MEET MEETAT M MEETETROPOLiTAN ET ETAT
AT METROPOLITAN METROPOLITANThe i iThe
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The Road Drivers and Riders Asso Association Ass Asselation Assaelation ¬
I elation held an Informal meeting last lastnight laatI Iastnight
I night at the Metropolitan Hotel HO el l Tlfij Tlfijnames Th ThI Tbbnames
names of twenty men were submitted for formembership tormembership fenmembership
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membership The association will at attempt ati attempt ¬
i tempt to obtain permission for a road roaddrivers roaddrIvers roaddrivers
drivers matinee to be held at t the tbcpn park parksouth parksouth k ksouth
south of the White House ellipse on onOctober OJIOctober onOctober
October 17 17TO 17TO 17TO
TO EXCHANGE RATIFICATIONS RATIFICATIONSUnited RATIFICATIONSUnited RATIFICATIONSUnited
United States S tos Minister Sqalers at atHavana atHavana atHavana
Havana has been instructed to exchange exchangeratifications exchaugeratifIcations exchangeratifications
ratifications of the coaling con ling station treaty treatybetween tre treatybetween ty tybetween
between the United States and Cuba Cutawhich cut Cubawhich a awhich
which was recently ratified by the Cu Cuban Cuban Cuban ¬
ban government
Economies in inHo intiousefurnisbings inHousefurnishings
Ho tiousefurnisbings tiousefurnisbingsCrystal use furnishings furnishingsCrystal
Crystal Glass Jelly Tumblers Tumblerswith TumblerSwith Tumblerswith
with tin tops plain and fancy l 11Jic 11Jic19c c19c c c19c
19c Granite Iron Jar Fillers lOc 10ciSe lOc15c
15c Extra Quality Wiredrawn WiredrawnHair WiredrawnHaIr WiredrawnHair
Hair Dusting Brush 9cLepages 9c 9cLepages 9cLepagcs
Lepages Liquid Glue 5c 5c98c 5c9Sc 5c98c
98c Set of 6 Rogers Silverplated SilverplatedTeaspoons SHerplatedTeaspoons SilverplatedTeaspoons
Teaspoons in fancy patterns 39c 39cOneday Z9c Z9cOneday 29eOneday
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15c and 19c Imported Tooth ToothBrushes ToothBnlshes ToothBrushes
Brushes 8c 8c35c 35c Genuine Prophylac Prophylactic ¬
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and Amber Back Combs 14c16cEastmans 14c 14c15c 14c15cEastmans I5c I5cEastmans
Eastmans Antiseptic Talcum Tow Towdor iowdol Powder
dor 8029c Sc 29c Bristle Hair Brushes Brusheswith Brusheswith Brusheswith
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Womens Genuine French Kid KidGloves KidGloves KidGloves
Gloves in black and colors Every Everysize Everyalzeb Everyaizebut
aizebut size alzeb but t not of each color Tomor Tomorrow Tomorrow Tomorrow ¬
row at 59c a pair Instead of 1 150c 150c 1 150c
50c Necklaces at 25c 25cTriple 25eTriple 25cTriple
Triple Strands of Pearl Bead BeadNecklaces BeadNecklaces BeadNecklaces
Necklaces which were made to sell sellat sellat sellat
at roc each eachoflered offered tomorrow at athalf athaIt athalf
half price priQe2Ic pri price21c e e21e
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magpie and different size nwshes nwshesat m shes shesat
at lie a yard Instead of 21c 21clOc 2lc10e 21clOc
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Embroidered Turnoror Collars Collarswith Col1lISwith Collarswith
with bishop tabs open and blind blindwork blindwork blindwork
work effects at 5c each instead insteadof insteadof insteadof
of lOc 1 tomorrow tomorrow75c tomorrow75e tomorrow75c
75c Black Taffeta 59c 59c24ln 59cIIn 59c24in
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