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2 THE WASHINGTON TIMES SATURDAY OCTOBE OCTOBER 10 1903
I MINSTRELS 1WNSTRELSTK TAKE PARTIN PART PARTIN
IN MILITARY PARADE
Use VJsit isit of the Honourable HonourableArtillery Hon9ur Honpunft ble bleAitillery e eArtillery
Artillery of London as asan asan asan
an Advertising Advertisinglum IVVear IVVearSHARE ledfium
ium iumSHARE lumSHARE
SHARE HONORS WITH WITHCOLONEL WITHCOLONEl WITHCOLONEL
COLONEL OF MILITIA MILITIABritishers MILITIABritrshers MILITiABritishers
Britishers Elicit Praise by byTheir byTheir byTheir
Their Fine AppearanceV Appearance AppearanceVisitcrs
V Vis Visitcrs isi tors t Es Spe Spend pend n d Day DaySight DaySightseeing ay S igh i h t tseeing tseei
seeing seeingA seei ng ngA
A company of minstrels and and a re resplendent resplcndont rosp1ondont ¬
splendent colonel of militia had a parade paradeyesterday paradcaestorday paradGyestorday
yesterday afternoon and wore escorted escortedby escortedby escortedby
by tho Honourable Artillery Company of ofLondon ofLondon orLondon
London and the Ancient and Honorable HonorableArtillery HonorableArtillery HonorableArtillery
Artillery Company of Boston At least leastthat leastthat leastthat
that la 1 the way it looked for tho thodoughty thodoughty thedoughty
doughty colonel with his many pounds poundsof poundsor
of gold lac lace and the minstrols with Uh their theirmorry theirmorry theirmerry
morry tunos and sweet smiles for the theladies theladios theIadios
ladies far outshone tho visiting war warriors warriors vnrriors ¬
riors led by a real llvo lord In the per person person person ¬
son of Earl Denbigh DenbighGonoral DonblshGonoral DonbighGeneral
Gonoral Corbin was at a tho station to towelcome towelcome towelcome
welcome the visitors Isltors Ho was dressed dressedmodestly dressodmodostly dressedmodestly
modestly and qulotly and no one would wouldhave wouldhavo wouldhavo
havo thought ho was ono of the highest highestand hlghosand highestand
and most Important officers In the regu regular regular regumr ¬
lar army Neither did the Honourabljs Honourabljsor
or the Anolonts The militiaman how however however however ¬
ever Introduced himself and was as groot greeted grootcd grooted ¬
ed with much shaking of the hand and andglad andglad andglad
glad to t < > moot you old fellaw tell w by both boththe boththe boththe
the British and tho Bostonians BostoniansGeneral BostoniansGeneral BostoniansGeneral
General Corbin Found FoundIn FoundIn PoundIn
In the meantime moan time Gonoral Corbln ap appeared appenrod appoarod ¬
peared to bo lost for as fast as the thetrusty thetrusty thetrusty
trusty trenohernrtn of Boston and Lon London London London ¬
don wore oro Introduced to the colonel they theywere theywere theywere
were by him Introduced to his brother brotherwho brothorwho brotherwho
who glories In the position of a retired retiredcolonel rotlredcolonel retiredcolonel
colonel of a local quasimilitary Insti Institution Institution institutton ¬
tution tutionAfter tutionAfter tuttonAfter
After some some time the visitors visitors awoke to tothe tothe tothe
the fact thero were others among those thosepresent thosepresent thoseproont
present besides the two brothers and andGeneral andGeneral andGeneral
General Corbin came Into his own with withnn withnn withan
nn introduction to a real live lord and andLady nndLady andLady
Lady Denbigh Things moved more moresmoothly moresmoothlj moresmoothly
smoothly after that thatbut but tho two colonels colonelswere colonelswero colonelswore
were over ovor In the range of vision visl n and andhe andbe andhe
he of tho refulgent uniform marched In Inthe Inthe inthe
the parade with tho swing and swagger swaggerof swagger swaggeror
of a hero bor borp of many banquets his spurs spursever spursever spursever
ever and nd anon glistening In whatever whateverfugitive whateverfugltlvo whateverlugitivo
fugitive sunboanr might nnd find Its waythrough waythrough way waythrough
through the pneumoniabreeding clouds cloudsthat cloudsthat loudsthat
that hung ovor tho city cityAs cityAs cityAs
As it was expressed with profane profaneforce profaneforce profaneforce
force and emphasis by one citizen the thegenius thegenius thegenius
genius who thought out the scheme of ofhaving othaving ofhaving
having the minstrel company follow followthe followtho followthe
the parade of the visitors and consti constitute constitute constitute ¬
tute themselves an integral part there thereof tluJreorto tlu3reofto ¬
of orto to the the groat gro t Joy1 jO 3oy of otth the assembled assembledpopulace asscmbledpopulaceshould assembledpopulaceshould
populace populaceshould should receive a handsome handsomcro handsomcroYard re reward rcward ¬
ward from the manager while the po police poIce police ¬
lice Ice or other officials who woro respon responsible responsible r spon sponsible ¬
sible for the success of this stroke of ofadvertising otadvertising ofadvertising
advertising enterprise should lose their theirJobs theirjobn theirJobs
Jobs
Minstrels Made a Hit HitOne HitOne HitOne
One of tho mos moJ Interesting features featuresof
of o the day was the manner In which tho thoEnglishmen thoEngllshmm theEnglishmen
Englishmen regarded the minstrels They Theytfcought ThoytJought Theytlought
tfcought them a part of the guard of ofhonor ofhonor ofhonor
honor to escort them to t the Arlington ArlingtonHotel Arlingtonliotol ArlingtonHotel
Hotel and felt complimented compUmQn1edthat that there thereshould thereshould
should be an anoxtra extra band in addition to tothat tothat tothat
that provided providodby by the Minute Men of ofWashington ofWashington ofWashington
Washington Vben the minstrel band bandbroke bandb bandbroke
broke b oke forth Into paeans of ragtime or ortouching ortGUchlng ortcicbing
touching tunes of home and mother way waydown waydown waydown
down upon the Suwanoe River or musi musical musical mud mudcal ¬
cal renditions of throats against a bully bullyto bullyto bullyto
to bo found fo nd upon the thoNew Now Orleans Orleans levee leveethe loyeethe leveethe
the LQndonerthou5hilt Lon ol1or3tho oper4tbougli ght Jt sxloh a dpuocdly dpuocdlyclever doucedlyl6v daucedlyclevbr
clever l6v r local greeting gr etlDcrom1hUHt1 from fiohthisfMOtzth fiohthisfMOtzthem this far South Southern a Ulh Ulhern ¬
ern city cityAt cityAt 4 4At
At the hotel tho visitors disbanded disbandedonly disbandedonly disbandedonly
only to hurry to tho steps and watch watchthe w watchthe tch tchthe
the minstrels mlnstrelspase pass Numerous N morous apologetic apologeticand apologeticand apologeticand
and voluble Americans explained to tho thobewildered thobewlldored thebewildered
bewildered subjects of King Edward that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the music sod salutes lutes were ere from nigger niggermlnatrela nlggormlnstrels niggorminetrels
mlnatrela whereupon whereup n the blasted Brit British British ¬
ish 11 oxproMcd oxprO Hd great surprise urprhlc at tho ad advcrtlatag advuUallg advertiHlflg
vcrtlatag e energy ergy of the Irrepressible Irrepressiblepreia irrepre lrrcpreesiblopreis slblo slblopr1
preia pr1 agent The things the Americans Americanssaid Amorioanssaid Americanssaid
said would not bear repetition repetitionCavalry rdpetlUonCnvalry rdpeUtionCavalry
Cavalry Pleating Card CardCapt CnrdCapt CardCapt
Capt John B DYade Wade of Troop E Sec Second Second Seeond ¬
ond Cavalry from from Fort Fort Myor and his hismoa hismoo hismon
moa met the visitors vl ltorM at the depot dopotCav dopotCavaIry CaY Cavalry CaYalry ¬
alry always attracts aitracts the eye and whan whanthey whanthey whenthey
they are such men as tbo theee e at Fort Myer Myerthe Myerthe Myorthe
the spectators may be exsused x used from giv giving givIng gtving ¬
ing way to their emotions and feeling a athrill athrUl athrill
thrill of martial and throatcutting In Instinct insUnot Inaffect ¬
affect run up and down their back backLIKE backLIKE backLIKE
LIKE AN AN ELEVATOR ELEVATORFood LEVAT R Ri RFood
i
Food Sends SondsOnc One Up p or Down DownGood Down DownGood DownGood
Good food sands on oneup one up or or ba bdd dd < l food foodEondg roodsonds fooddOfldC
Eondg on one down downHealth aewnHoa1th dewnHealth
Health depends on food mom mar than on onanything onanything onanything
anything elde K and pnrtloulaly pOIU ulnp1y where whereone whoroone whoreone
one gets but little lUll exercise olercl o tare must mustbo mustbo inuetbe
bo usod not to eat groas groaei > pasty pa starchy starchyfoods starchytoods starchyfoodg
foods that do not nourish but cause caus trou trouble troublp troubl ¬
ble bl
bleA
A big man whobe normal weight Is IsUO
220 pounds thought he was a skeleton skeletonwhen skoletonwhen skeletonwhen
when ho toll off at to 188 Ho says I had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been housed up for four yean and was wasrun wasrun wssrun
run down from my m normal weight of 220 220pounds 20poun 230pounda
pounds poun when In health to 186 pounds I Iwas IWas Iwas
was vory nervous nervou and generally cart cartworn eareworn ekr ekrworn
worn mentally m D lIy and felt Blok and miser miserable mler mlerable mtarable ¬
able all the time tim getting goLUJgory very little littlepleasure IIttlopleas hUb hUbpleasure
pleasure pleas re out ot 0 lire UfaThen lireThen lifeThen
Then I conuaeac commexieefl ommeJ C45U a using lllngdrapoNuts lllngdrapoNutsregular GrapoNuta GrapoNutaregularly GrapeNutsregulhrly
regularly regular twice a day ana an in a abort aborttime shorttime ahorttime
time I had gained back to 215 2 pounds poundsat
at which weight I am now getting strong strongand atrongDnd strongand
and well and active both physically nnd nndmentally nndJnrntaUy andmmntahly
mentally All my troubles tr ubtes have disap disappeared dl disappeared ap appeared ¬
peared and I am lively and happy happyI
I am not a youngster any more In Inyean Incars Inyears
yean cars but Graperfut Grap Nuts jha Jins as nuulente feel feelyounger teelyoungor feelyounger
younger and stronger tItan for tra a great greatmany greatmany greatmany
many years paet Theres a reason roasonKama roaaonNamQ reasonNamq
NamQ given by Poatum POHt m Co Battle BattleCreek Battle BattleCreek BattleCreek
Creek Mich MichLook MichLook MichLook
Look In each package for or a copy of oftbo otth ofthe
the th famous little book The Road to
Welll11o
bones as the inspiring sound of the thehootg thehoots thehoofs
hoots arc hoard The Fort Myor boys boyswell bosell boyswell
well ell sustained their reputations for bo bolng boIng beIns ¬
Ins the best ever and doubtless more morethan morethan
than one cavalry caval recruit was made as asthey asthey anthey I
they wont up Pennsylvania Avenue AvenueBritishers rvenuoniitishers rvenuo tvenuoBritishers
Britishers March Well WellLord WellLord WellLord
Lord Denbigh was at tho head of his hismon hismon hisinca
mon and his march is something that thatwill thatwUl thatwill
will never be forgotten Words have havenever haenovor havenever
never been Invented which could de describe describe doscribe ¬
scribe the combination of mincing walk walkand walkand walkand
and swaying 8aln swagger of tho noble lord lordIf lordIt lordIf
If you didnt seo It you lose losoTho 1080The loseThe
The Ancients and Honorablcs of Bos Boston Boston Boston ¬
ton also made a m fine appearance but butshowed butshowed butshowed
showed more of the effects of tho fierce fiercebuffeting fiercebuffotlng fiercebuffoung
buffeting with seething boiling and icy icyseas icysoas Icyseas
seas They appeared to like not the thegait thegait thegait
gait set by their Engllsn guests but butstuck butstuck butstuck
stuck to their th ir work like men supported supportedby supportedby supportedby
by thoughts of the highballs before boror and andthe nndtho andthe
the bared swords of the bloody British Britishbehind Britishbehind Britishbehind
behind behindAt behindAt behindAt
At the Arlington the Minute Inute Men Mengravely Mengrlvoly Mengravely
gravely saluted the tourists the Eng Englishmen Englishmen Englishmen ¬
lishmen wont through their time timehonored tlmchonorod timehonored
honored custom of saluting sal Ung their colors colorsthe colorstho colorsthe
the band struck up a gay en tune ranks ranksworo ranks iankswore ranksworo
woro disbanded and the bar was as crowd crowdod crowdod crowdccl
od Two bartenders and a number number of ofablo ofable ofablo
ablo assistants became almost muscle musclebound musclebound musclebound
bound from the constant shoving of ofbottles ofbotUes ofbottles
bottles across the bar in their efforts effortsto effortsto effortsto
to take the wire edge off tho prevailing prevailingdrouth prevailingdtouth prevailingdrouth
drouth but they were sturdy men and andtrue andtruo andtrue
true and deserve much praise for or the themanner themannor themanner
manner mannor In which they did their duty dutyNothing dutyNothing dutyNothing
Nothing was on the carpet for the theafternoon theatternoon theafternoon
afternoon or night and the visitors rest rested zcsted est ested ¬
ed around the hotel or looked around aroundtho aroundth aroundthe
the th city or were Introduced to the thedazzling thpdazzling thedazzling
dazzling militia colonels There was no noformality noformality noformality
formality about the dinner each man manhunting manhunting manhunting
hunting his seat In the good old pie piccounter plecounter pieCounter
counter fashion and the majority of ofthem ofthem ofthem
them expressed themselves as well wellpleased wenpleasod wellpleased
pleased with a variation In the con constant constant constant ¬
stant succession of banquets banquetsBanquets bwquetsBanquets banquetsBanquets
Banquets may come come and banquets banque may maygo maySo maygo
go but the Honourable Artlllery Com Company Company Cotspany ¬
pany of London goes on forever serene serenely serenely serenely ¬
ly indifferent to noxtmornlng effects effectsand effectsand effectsand
and unholy combinations of rich food foodand foodand foodand
and American drinks Physically PhysicallyWashington PhysicallyWashlngton PhysicallyWashington
Washington has never seen a finer body bodyof bodyor bodyof
of men than the Londoners and they theywell theywell theywell
well deserved the applause they re received received received ¬
ceived Day and night they have been beenfeasted beonfeasted beenfeasted
feasted and feted since they arrived in intho intho inthe
tho native land of George Washington Washingtonbut
but not a trace of their hard knocks knockswas knockswas knockswas
was visible as they marched up Pennsyl Pennsylvania Pcnn Pennaylvania l lania ¬
vania ania Avenue with a rapidity of stride strideand strideand strideand
and evenness of rank which elicited the thopraise thepraise thepraise
praise of even tho most capltous mili military mIlItary miiitary ¬
tary critics criticsIn criticsIn criticsIn
In the evening thoro was a call from fromGeneral tromGeneral fromGeneral
General Harries the valiant loader of oftho ofthe ofthe
the local militia and Colonel ColonclBrett Brett Bre t who whohobnobbed whohobnobbed whohobnobbed
hobnobbed with Earl Denbigh Denblgh and ap appeared appoared appoared ¬
poared to bo greatly edified by the ex experience experience cxporienoe ¬
perience perienceI
I
Visit Mount Vernon VernonToday VernonToday VernonToday
Today tho visitors wont to Mount MountVernon MountVernon MountVernon
Vernon whore they saw tho tomb of ofGeorge oCGoorgeWashlngton ofGeorge
George GoorgeWashlngton Washington and bought bou ht souve souvenirs souvenirs souvesirs ¬
nirs In the shape of small sm3 l wooden woodenhatchots w wOodenhatchets oden odenliatchots
hatchets to servo as gentle reminders reminderswhen reminderswhen remlnderwhen
when Id I days to como thoy thO begin to toboast toboast toboast
boast of the number of bottles emptied emptiedat
at any particular banquet while whtl < 2 in this thisland thisland thisland
land of the free freePresident froePresident freePresident
President Roosevelt will personally per onally re review rev review ¬
view v w the visitors on the south side of oftho oftho oftho
tho White House this afternoon prior priorto priorto priorto
to the reception In the White House Housewhich Housewhloh Housewhich
which will be held at 4 oclock Only a afew afow afew
few guests have been Invited to take takepart takepart takepart
part In the reception Among them will willbo w111bu willbe
bo tho members of the Cabinet families familiesand tam familiesand Illes Illesand
and the heads of bureaus In the Army Armyand ArmyamI Armyand
and Navy avy Departments DepartmentsThis Qt3partmonlsTl1ls DepartmentsThis
This evening evening at 9 oclock the party partyloaves partyIon partylOavo3
loaves Ion ves for Niagara Falls to get the first firstsoulsatisfying firstsoulsatisfying firstsoulsatisfyIng
soulsatisfying glimpse of real drinka drinkable drinkable drinkable ¬
ble water that has h s been furnished since sincethe sincethe sincethe
the Londoners ceased pouring soda into intotheir Intotheir intotheir
their Scotch amd tho fogs of London LondonFailure Lon LondonttJBA on onCUBAN
CUBAN STATESrnEN STATESrnENPLUNGEO STATESMEMPLUNGED
PLUNGED IN 1 GLOOM GLOOMFailure GLOOMFailure
Failure to Obtan Loan Fills Their TheirWorld TheirWorld TheirWorld
World With W t Indigo IndigoDispatches IndigoDispatchos IndigoDispatches
Dispatches from Havana announce announcethat announceth announcethAt
that th t the commission sent by Cuba to tonegotiate tonegotiate tonegotiate
negotiate a loan of 35000000 for tho thopayment thopaymont thepayment
payment of o revolutionary army nrm claims claimsfailed claimsfallod claimsfailed
failed to obtain tho loan either In Wall WallStreet WallStreot WallStreet
Street or In Europe EuropeCommenting EuropeCommontlng EuropeCommenting
Commenting on the failure to obtain obtainthis obtatnthis obtainthis
this loan the Cuban press predicts a afresh afrc afresh
fresh frc h outbreak In the eastern cas torn part of ofthe ofthe
the island unless tho United States ap apt approvod approved
t proved reciprocity with the island One Oneof Oneof
of 0 the Cuban cabinet officers is ro reported roported roported ¬
ported to have have spoken as follows followsThe followsThe ollowsThe
The army must be paid else the re republic rcpublfc republic ¬
public cannot survive another 24th of ofFebruary ofFobruarr ofFebruary
February and unless the American AmericanGovernment AmoricanGovornmont AmericanGovornment
Government gives its moral support to toour toour toour
our attempt to raise the loan sought soughtfor sougi1ttor soughtfor
for such payment wo cannot hope to se secure 60eure secure ¬
cure a dollar dollarGEORGETOWN dollarGEORGETOWN dollarGEORGETOWN
GEORGETOWN LAWSCHOOL LAWSCHOOLSTARTED LAWSCHOOLSTARTED
STARTED ON ITS COURSE COURSEThe
The fall and winter session of tho law lawdepartment lawdepartment lawdepartment
department of tho Georgetown University Universityopened Uniorllityor1ened Univorsityopened
opened on Wednesday Vedno day night under most mostfavorable mostfavorable mostfavorable
favorable circumstances Chief Justice JusticeHarry JusticeHarry TusticeHarry
Harry M f Clabaugh of tho Supreme SupremeCturt SupromeCdurt SupremeCurt
Curt Cdurt of tho District tho new doan dennot of ofthe ofthe
the faculty was present and delivered deliveredan
an addross George E Hamilton tho ro retiring roUrlng rotiring ¬
tiring dean also spoke a brief valedic valedictory valedhtory valodlctory ¬
tory Tho opening Qoremonlee which whichwero whichI whichwere
were 8ro held at tho law school of the theGeorgetown thoGeorgotown theGeorgetown
I Georgetown University on E Street Streetw StreotWere Streetwere
Were w ro attended by an audience which fill filled fillt filled ¬
t ed > d t tho ie spacious hall hallTho hallTlie hullThe
The attendance at the coming aonolonu aonolonuwill 10slon6will aosIonwill
will be much mu h greater than last year yearTbe yearThe yearThe
The students showed much enthusiasm enthusiasmand enthusiasmand onthusimmand
and anxiety amdot to resume their work workThe workThe workThe
The lecture courses were commenced commencedon
on Thursday night and will be contin continued oontfnlted continted ¬
ted nightly until the close of the school schoolyear schoolyear schoolyear
year
CHILDRENS GUARDIANS GUARDIANSMAKE ARDIA8 ARDIA8MAKE
MAKE THEIR REPtJRT REPtJRTNeeds 1EPBIITNeeds
Needs of the Various Insti Institutions lJistitutions lustitittions ¬
tutions Described DescribedNEW DescribedNEW DescribedNEW
NEW LAWS ARE ASKED ASKEDLegislation ASKEDLegislation ASKEDLegislation
Legislation Wanted to Regulate Child ChildLabor ChildLabor ChildLabor
Labor in the Department DepartmentThe DepartmentStores DepartmentStores
Stores StoresThe StoresThe
The tenth annual report of the Board Boardof Bonrdof Boardof
of Childrens ChlldrensGuardlans Guardians and an estimate estimateof
of money needed for 1904 and 1905 was wassubmitted wassubmlttod wassubmitted
submitted to the Commissioners this thismorning thismorning thismorning
morningrhe morningrho morning morningThe
The report shows that the wards un under under under ¬
der supervision this year oar have boon 993 993of 993or 993of
of which 320 were girls Three hundred hundredand hundredand hundredand
and fortyeight of all the children were werewhite werewhlto werewhite
white The total number of children com committed commlttod cotsmittod ¬
mitted since the organization of the theboard theboard theboard
board is 1437 The average age of the thechildren thechllc thechildren
children chllc ren was 75 years yearsCost yearsCost oars oarsCost
Cost of Care CareThe CareThe CareThe
The aggregate cost of board and care careclothing careclothing careclothing
clothing and medical attendance of ofwards ofwards ofwards
wards and temporary charges not not feeble feebleminded feebleminded feeblominded
minded including cost of administra administration administration administration ¬
tion and supervision was 44680C6 44680C6On 44680G6On 4468066On
On the basis of 351113 days care carogiven cnregiven caregiven
given to these children excluding care careof careot careof
of children held on probation the ad administrative administrative adminlstratlve ¬
ministrative expenditures were at the thorate thJ thJrate therate
rate of 245 a day and nd 894 per per annum annumper annumper annumper
per capita and the administrative and andmaintenance Rndmaintenanco andmaintenance
maintenance expenditures together were wereat wereat wereat
at tho rate of 1272 per diem or
4644 per annum per capita capitaAn capitaAn capitaAn
An increase In the number ot wards wardsattaining wardsattaining wardsattaining
attaining majority Is occasioned by the thefact thefact thefact
fact that until this year majority was wasndt wasn wasnOt
nOt n t held to be attained by girls until untilthey unt1lthe untilthey
they the had reached the age of twentyone twentyoneyears twentyonoyears twentyoneyears
years but a new ruling having declared declaredthat declaredthat declaredthat
that all girls came of age as regard regardtheir regardtheir regardtheir
their persons ersons at the ago of eighteen eighteenyears eighteenyears eighteenyears
years the roll of wards was cleared of ofall ofall ofall
all girls between the ages of eighteen eighteenand eighteenand eighteenand
and twentyone twentyoneThe twentyoneThe twentyoneThe
The board includes the following In Interesting Interesting interesting ¬
teresting report from J W Douglass Douglassone Douglassone Douglassone
one of Its agents agentsSome agontsSome agentsSome
Some Recommendations RecommendationsI
I am led to urge your attention tc tccertain tccertain tccertain
certain measures which in my judg judgment judgment judgmeat ¬
ment have a tendenc to reduce child childdelinquency chllddelinquency childdelinquency
delinquency and childdependency I Ifavor Ifavor Ifavor
favor the establishment of a separate separateJuvenile separatojuvenile separatejuvenile
Juvenile court a new House of Deten Detention Detention Detention ¬
tion containing a special room for forJuvenile forjuvenile forjuvenile
Juvenile court purposes and an adequate adequatecompulsory ad adequatecompulsory quate quatecompulsory
compulsory education law lawI
I ask you to consider seriously tho thoneed thoneed theneed
need of a law regulating child labor In Instores Instores instores
stores shops etc and on the streets streetsand streetsand streetsand
and a law regulating attendance of chil children ohlldrcn obildren ¬
dren at places of amusement and also alsoa
a law requiring a license for parties tak taking tnkIng takhag ¬
ing Infants and young children to board boardand boardand boardand
and placing such parties par tics under the su supervision supenislon supervislon ¬
pervision of the Board of Childrens ChildrensGuardians ChildrensGuardians ChildrensGuardians
Guardians GuardiansTho GuardiansThe Guardiansrho
The estimates for 1904 and 1905 i9 5 call callfor caJlfor callfor
for 9300 for administrative purposes
2700 for rent and general expenses
74500 for maintenance of children childrenRailroad childrenfXPOSITION childrenEXPOSITION
EXPOSITION FARES FARESUNDER FAREStiNDERffl8t1J88fflN
UNDER tiNDERffl8t1J88fflN tiNDERffl8t1J88fflNRailroad DISGUSSION DISGUSSIONRailroad
Railroad Officials Figuring qn Re Reduced Red Reduced ¬
duced d ced Rates to St StLot Louis LouisProposed LoUisProposed i5 i5I
I
I Proposed rates to the St Louis LoulsExpo LoulsExpoI Expo Exposition Expositioa ¬
I sition sl on were discussed discu sed this morning at a ameeting ameeting
I meeting of f the statisticians statlstlolans of the dif different dlrfuent diffcrent ¬
ferent railroads at the Raleigh Hotel HotelNo HotelNo HotelNo
No definite action was taken but a plan planwas Planwas la lawas
was discussed to make the round trip triprate triprate triprate
rate about the regular half tare tareThe fare fareThe fareThe
The railroads represented were the theSouthern theSouthern theSouthern
Southern tho Baltimore and Ohio the thoChesapeake theChosapeake theChesapeake
Chesapeake and Ohio the Norfolk and andWestern andVestorn andWestern
Western the Seaboard Air Line which whichis whichIs whichis
is now atfer Western business as a result resultof resultof resultof
of the Frisco and Rock Island deal the thePennsylvania thcPennsrlvanla thePennsrlvanta
Pennsylvania Pennsrlvanla and contributory lines and andthe andtbe andthe
the Atlantic Coast Line which through throughthe throughthe throughthe
the absorption of the Louisville and andNashville andNashvllle andNashville
Nashville system has also become a acompetitor acompetitor acompetitor
competitor for Western business businessThe buslncssThe businessThe
The action today was purely tenta tentative tentative tentative ¬
tive It being the intention of the moot mootIng mootIng mooting
Ing to submit the plans considered to tothe tothe tothe
the higher officers for approval approvalThe approvalThe approvalThe
The railroads are making great plans plansto plansto plansto
to handle tho traffic to the exposition expositionand QIposltlonand expositionand
and many of them have expended large largesums largesums largesums
sums for special rolling stock stockThe stockThe stockThe
The Chesapoake and Ohio has ht s had a anumber anumber
I number of cars constructed and tho thoBaltimore thoBaltimore timeBaltimore
Baltimore and Ohio has gone further furtherand furtherand furtherand
and in addition to cars has had several severalof sovoralot severalof
of the largest locomotives in tho world worldbuilt worldbunt worldbuilt
built to facilitate traffic trafficThe trafficThe trafficThe
The local Passenger Association ex expects oxpoets ¬
peels Washington Is going to be over overrun ovorrun ¬ I Irun
run with visitors during the exposition expositionas I Ias
as it is hardly probable that tho thou thousands thousands thousands ¬
sands of foreigners who come to the thoexposition theexposition theexposition
exposition are going golngaway away without vis visiting visiting is ¬ I IItlng
iting the Capital of the nation nationRELIEF nationRELIEF nationRELIEF
RELIEF ASSOCIATION ASSOCIATIONMEMBERS ASSOCIATIONMEMBERS ASSOCIATIONMEMBERS
MEMBERS APPOINTED APPOINTEDTho APPOINTEDII I
Tho Commissioners this morning or ordcred ordered
dered that tho terms of tho members membersof
of the Cltizone Relief Association shall shallexpire shallexpiro shallaspire
expire on the first Wednesday in No November November Novomber ¬
vember of the last year of such term termThe termThe termThe
The following Conowln appointments of members membersof
of the association aro made for terms termsto termsto termsto
to expire on tho first Wednesday in inNovember InNovombor inNovember
November 190R 190RW 190rV 190flW
W V V Cox vlco John B Sleman Jr Jrdeclined jrdocllned jrdeclined
declined appointment John Joy fcdson fcdsonB dson dsonD
B T Janney the Rev D J Stafford StaffordGen gtaiYordGen staffordGen
Gen George M f Sternborg Mrs Enoch EnochTotton EnochTotton EnoobTotton
Totton B H Warner S W Woodward WoodwardCharles WoodwardCharles WoodwardCharles
Charles F Weller Gen John M Wilson WilsonJohn WilsonJohn WilsonJohn
John F WilkIns Is appointed a mom member momber momber ¬
ber of the association vice vi co Bishop John JohnF Johnl JohnF
F Hurst deceased for a term to expire expireon expireop
l on op the first Wednesday In November NovemberWOi NQvembeo N vembc
WOi 190 o
GHRISTIANGY RETIRES RETIRESfROM ETIESFROM
fROM POSTAL SERVICE SERVICELongPending SERVICELongPending SERVICELongPeuthng
LongPending Resignation ResignationIs
Is Finally Accepted AcceptedPAYNE AcceptelPAYNE AcceptedPAYNE
PAYNE MAKES NO COMMENT COMMENTAssistant COMMENTAssistant COMMENTAssistant
Assistant to Assistant Attorney Attorne Gen General General General ¬
eral Completes Practical Retire Retirement Retirement Retiremeat ¬
ment Dating From July JulyPostmaster JulyPostmaster JulyPostmaster
Postmaster General Payne accepted acceptedyesterday acceptedyesterday acceptedyesterday
yesterday the resignation of George A AC AC AC
C Christlancy assistant attorney to the theAssistant
Assistant Attorney General for the thePostofllce thePostomce thePostoffice
Postofllce Department Mr Chrlstlancy Chrlstlancyhanded ChristiancybandO Christlancyhanded
handed bandO his resignation to Mr Ir Payne In InJuly InJuly InJuly
July but It was held up pending pendingthorough pendlnthorough c cthorough
thorough Investigation Into the affairs affairsof affairsof affairsof
of the office Judge James N Tyner Tynerunder Tynerunder Tynerunder
under whom Mr Christlancy served has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been Indicted as has Harrison J Bar Barrett Barrett Barrett ¬
rett former law clerk In the office It Itwas Itwas Itwas
was not thought expedient to accept acceptthe acceptthe acceptthe
the resignation of Mr Christlancy until untilafter untilaCter untilafter
after the cases of the men with whom whomho whomho whomho
ho was associated had been settled settledMr settledMr settledMr
Mr Christlancy Christiane asked the Postmaster PostmasterGeneral PostmasterGeneral PostmasterGeneral
General to let him know If there was wasany wasany wasany
any good reason reason why his resignation resignationshould resignationshould resignationshould
should not be accepted The matter was wasreferred wasreferred VasreCerred
referred to Charles H Robb Assistant AssistantAttorney AsslstantAttorney AssistantAttorney
Attorney General for the department departmentwho departmentwho departmentwho
who replied there was not Mr Payne Paynethen Paynothen Paynethen
then wrote a very ve brief letter In which whichho whichho whichhe
ho accepted the resignation without withoutcomment withoutcotnment withoutcomment
comment commentMr cotnmentMr commentMr
Mr Christlancy asked for and ob obtained obtained obtamed ¬
tained indefinite leave a few fe days after afterMrs afterMrs afterMrs
Mrs Tyner entered her husbands pri private priate private ¬
vate ate office and abstracted a number of ofpapers ofpapers ofpapers
papers from his safe Mr r Chrlstlancy Chrlstlancywho Chrlstlancywho Christiancywho
who was Acting Assistant Attorney AttorneyGeneral AttorneyGeneral AttorneyGeneral
General at the time tme was wa In the next nextroom nextroom nextroom
room and knew Mrs Tyner was In the theoffice theoffice theoffice
office He was severely criticised for fornot fornot fornot
not preventing her from taking the thepapers thepapers thepapers
papers It was never believed Mr Chrls Chrlstiancy Chrlstinney Christtancy ¬
tiancy was a narty to any criminal or orfraudulent orfraudulent orfraudulent
fraudulent transactions which may have havetaken havotaken havetaken
taken place In the office and he has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been of service to the Inspectors In ex explaining explaining oxplaiaing ¬
plaining mind nd untangling many of the thematters thematters thematters
matters which have been under Inves Investigation investigation investigation ¬
tigation He was was appointed from rom the thesecond thesecond thesecond
second Congress district of Nebraska NebraskaIn
In 1901 1901TAKING 1901TAKING
TAKING PRECAUTIONS PRECAUTIONSTO
TO GUARD BA PRESIDENT PRESIDENTAdditional PRESIDENTAdditional PRESIEMTdditionl
Additional < Measures to to Erqiect ErqiectExecutive I IrotectExecUtive Qlect QlectEx
Executive Ex > tltiveAgainst Against Cranks CranksChief CrankSChief Cran1sChief
Chief Wilkle of the Secret Service Serviceand Serviceand Serviceand
and those Intrusted with the duty of ofguarding atguarding ofguarding
guarding the President Prosidont arc fully pre prepared prepared propared ¬
pared for Cor an epidemic of cranks cr n s It has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been the thegencra general gcaetexperiqictmqL experioncQtJiat experI01Jcq tqt when whenever wh whenover n never ¬
ever trouble arises from tho visit visit of a acrank acrank acrank
crank crank or two at the White House dif difficulty difficulty difficulty ¬
ficulty of the same nature may be ex expected expected cxpected ¬
pected for some weeks eeks following On Onthe Onthe Onthe
the same theory an epidemic of cranks cranksis cranksIs cranksis
is expected for the next ext month or so on onthe onthe onthe
the strength of the arrests of Elliott ElliottDecker ElliottDecker ElliottDecker
Decker and several other unwelcome unwelcomevisitors unwelcomevisitors unwelcomevisitors
visitors who have been at the White WhiteHouse WhiteHouse WhiteHouse
House since the Presidents return from fromOyster fromOyster fromOyster
Oyster Bay BayThere BayThere BayThere
There has bebn a general tightening tighteningup
up of the precautions taken for the thePresidents thePrlJsldents theProaldents
Presidents safety safet Among other changes changestho chnngostho changesthe
tho detective force at the White House Houseoffices Houseoinces Houseoffices
oinces offices has been increased by tho addi addition addition addition ¬
tion of a city detective He Is on duty dutyIn dutyIn dutyin
In addition a ldltion to the two Secret Service of officers officers officers ¬
ficers who have been be on on this detail for foryears foryoars foryears
years yoarsDIFFERENCES yearsDIFFERENCES I IDIFFERENCES
DIFFERENCES ABOUT PIERS PIERSON PIERSON PIERSON
ON NORTH NORTHRJVER RIVER FRONT FRONTActing FRONTActing FRONTActing
Acting Secretary of War Var Oliver has hasreceived hasr hasreceived
received r celved a statement of reasons why the thopiers thepiers thepiers
piers Into North River should be ox extended oxtenQod oxtended ¬
tended 200 feet making their length lengthl0o0
1000 This statement was submitted by byMcDougal byMcDougal
McDougal Hawks chairman of the New NowYork NewYork NewYork
York dock commission and nd Is an answer answerto answerto answerto
to the report against the proposed ox oxtension extension oxtension
tension of docks made by army ongi ongineors onglneors ongiseers
neors neorsIt neorsIt seersIt
It is maintained by army engineers engineersthat engineersthat engineersthat
that an extension of tho piers would wouldIncrease wouldIncroaso wouldincrease
Increase the current of tho river so somaterially so somaterially somatorlaliy
materially that navigation would be bedangerous budangerous bedangerous
dangerous This is denied Mr fr Hawks Hawkscommunication Hawkscommunication HawksCommunication
communication has been referred to toGeneral toGoneral toGeneral
General Gillosple chief of engineers engineersFOREIGN englneorsFOREIGN engineersFOREIGN
FOREIGN MISSIONARY MISSIONARYSOCIETY MISSIO MISSIONARYSOCIETYENDS ARY ARYSOCIETY
SOCIETY SOCIETYENDS ENDS SESSIONS SESSIONSThe
The The Baltimore branch of tho Womans WomansForeign WomansForeign VomansForoign
Foreign Missionary lIsslo 1ary Society closed Its Itsconvention 1fsconvontlon Itsconvention
convention here yostorday with two to sea aosslons 8 seasions > S Ssions
sions Reports wore read by vnripus arlus offi officers officers 0111cers ¬
cers of the society 80clet and a manifest In Incroaso Incroaso increase
croaso of interest In missionary work workwas worJtwas workwas
was shown shownThe shownThe shownThe
The roport of the finance committee committeeshowed commlttelshowod committeeshowed
showed an increase in appropriations of
500 In tho past year Tho appropriation appropriationwhich appropriationwhich appropriationwhich
which amounts to 16000 is to be de devoted tlcoted dovoted ¬
voted oted to work In India China Japan JapanItaly JapanItaly JapanItaly
Italy Italy Mexico and Korea Mrs irs Hartsook Hartsookthe Hartsockthe Hartsoektime
the retiring secretary seorot ry was given a gold goldwatch goldwatch goldwatch
watch as a mark of appreciation on tho thopart thopart thepart
part of the Washington ashlngton contingent for forher forhor forher
her work w rk
NEW SMALLPOX CASE CASEAnother CASEAnother CASEAnother
Another smallpox case was reported reportedto roportedto
to the Health Office this morning mornln Tho Thopatient Thopatient Thepatient
patient Is Thomas M Goss white whitetwentyfour whitetwentyfour whitetwentyfour
twentyfour years old 011 living at 1225 1225G 1225G 1225G
G Street southeast Thfe authorities are areat aront areat
at loss to know whore Goss contracted contractedtho contraotedthe contractedthe
the disease Ho was removed romovod to tho thodetention thodotenHon thedetention
detention camp making two cases now nowunder nowundor nowunder
under treatment treatmentJ treatmentii >
J ii WILLIAM V ILLIAM LEE LEEUNDERTAKER LEEtmDERT LEEUNDERTAKER
UNDERTAKER tmDERT KER AND ANp LIVERY LIVERYC2 L1ERYm
C2 2 Peon Avt Asli iN < N W V Waihlzurtoo D C X
SEABOARD AIR LINE LINECHANGES LINEGIIAMIIES 1 1CHANGES
CHANGES IN EFFECT EFFECTGeneral EFFECTGeneral EFFECTGeneral
General Agent Conklyn Co klyn Is IsTransferred IsTransferred IsTransferred
Transferred TransferredTICKET TransferredTICKET TransferredI TransferredTICKET
I
TICKET AGENT W ARCHIBALD ARCHIBALDJ
J W WCole Cole Promoted to Place of Divi Division Divisf Divisl ¬
sion sf i Passenger Agent With WithHeadquarters WithH WithH
Headquarters H dquarlers in This City CityAll CityAll CityAll
All of the Important changes In the theWashington theVashlngton theWashington
Washington headquarters of the Sea Seaboard Seaboard Seaboard ¬
board Air Line which w lch were exclusively exclusivelyannounced excJuslvelyannounced exclusivelyannounced
announced in The Times several weeks weeksago weeks weeksago weeksago
ago went into Intoctrect effect today todayThe todayThc todayThe
The headquarters of General Agent W WE WE WE
E Conklyn have been transferred to toPhiladelphia toPhiladelphia toPhiladelphia
Philadelphia where offices have been beenopened beenopened beenopened
opened at 1411 Chestnut Street Wil William William Wil11am ¬
liam Archibald who has been the Wash Washington Washingtoii Vashington
ington city ticket agent has also als been beentransferred boentransrerred beeutransferred
transferred to Philadelphia The gen general general genoral ¬
eral agent went to Philadelphia yester yesterday yesterday yosterday ¬
day and his assistants left Washington Washingtontoday Washingtontoda Washingtontoday
today todayJ toda todaJ
J W V Cole who has been traveling travelingpassenger travelingpassenger travelingpassenger
passenger agent with headquarters In InWashington inWashington InWashiagton
Washington for a number of years has hasbeen ha habeen baabeen
been promoted to tire position of divi division division dlvision ¬
sion passenger agent and he Is to be bein beIn bein
in charge of the local business buslncsshere buslncsshereaCter here hereafter hereafter ¬
after afterJ
J J Puller has been transferred from fromColumbia tromColumbia fromColumbia
Columbia to Plttsburg Plttsbur where he Is to tobo tobe tobe
be a traveling passenger agent under underthe undertho underthe
the Jurisdiction jurl dlction of Mr Conklyn ConklynWhile ConklynWhile ConklyaWhile
While all these changes mean that thattbo thattbo thattime
tbo general agency headquarters of the theSeaboard theSeaboard theSeaboard
Seaboard has been transferred to the theQuaker theQuaker
Quaker City all of the offices here in inthe intho Inthe
the past are to be retained in Washing Washington Washington Washington
ton under Division Passenger Agent AgentCole AgentCole AgentCole
Cole ColeYEARS ColeYEAHS ColeYEARS
YEARS CENSUS WORK IRKCOST WORKCOST WORKCOST
COST OVER A MILLION MILLIONReport MilLIONReport MI WON WONReport
Report of Director North NorthExpen NorthExpenditure NorthExpenditure Expen Expenditure ¬
diture Within Appropriation AppropriationThe
The report of the Dr S N D North NorthDirector NorthDirector NorthDirector
Director of the Census which was is issued Jssued Issued ¬
sued yesterday shows that the dis disbursements disbursements disburscmcnts ¬
bursements for the year were 134348l9 1343
43191 43191The 4819 4819The 48l9The
The total cost of the Census Bureau Bureaufrom Bureaufrom Bureaurrotn
from its Its organization under the act actIarch of ofMarch ofMarch
March Iarch 1899 until the close of the tbetlscal tbetlscalyear fiscal fiscalyear fiscalyear
year on June 30 1903 was 1311543927 1311543927The 1311543921The 1311543927The
The cost for carrying on the work dur during durIng durlag ¬
lag Ing tho last fiscal year was 40226829 40226829leas 40226829leas 40226S29less
leas than the appropriation appropriationDr
Dr North glyes glyes an account of the thework thework thework
work accomplished during the lY Tears Tearsand yearsand ars arsand
and states that th t for the season of 1903 1903flvti 1903flv 1903fiva
flvti flv reports reports on tho cotton croparocon croparocontemplated cropnrtnon cropnrtnontemplated Croparocentemnplatcd
templated and that th t the cost of this thisspecial thisspecial thisspecial
special service Investigation will be beraised beraised beraised
raised to 97500 not considered exces excessive excessive excesslve ¬
sive In view Iow of the great Importance of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the cotton reports reportsCUNARD reportsCUNARD reportsCUNARD
CUNARD LINER BRINGS BRINGSBODY BRINGSBODY BRINGSBODYOF
BODY BODYOF OF MRS TREE TREENEW TREENEW TREENEW
NEW YORK Oct 10 IOTho The Cunard CunardLino CunardLine CunardLine
Line steamer Campania which arrived arrivedhero arrIvedhere arrivedhare
hero today from Liverpool brought to toport toJort toport
port Jort the body of Mrs Tree wife of ofjudge atwudge ofjudge
judge Lambert Tree Judge and Mrs MrsTree MrsTree MrsTree
Tree wore returning from a visit abroad abroadand abroadand abroadand
and on Thursday last Mrs frs Tree was wastaken wastaken wastaken
taken suddenly 111 and died of syncope syncopeThe syncopeThe syncopeThe
The body will be taken to Chicago Chl go for forinterment forinterment forinterment
interment
PITTSBURGEilS PITTSBUR ERS WANT WANTNO AT ATNO I INO
NO GOVERNMENT JOB JOBCity JOBCity JOBCity
City Enjoying Prosperous Era EraSays EraSays EraSays
Says Commissioner Cooley CooleyA
A TV Cooley Civil Service Commis Commissioner Commisabner ¬
sioner returned to Ills desk this morn mornIng morning mornlag
Ing after an absence of a month spent spentIn spentIn spentin
In Inspecting the the local boards of exam examiners examiners Xam Xaminers ¬
iners In the East Mr Cooley C oley said that thathe thathe thatbe
he found the local boards In unusually unusuallygood unusuallygood unusuallygood
good shape and that the work was done donemore donemore donemore
more thoroughly and faster than ever everbefore everbefore everbefore
before In the history of the service serviceWhile sorvlceWhile serviceWhile
While In Philadelphia Mr Cooley Cooleylooked Cooloylooked Cooleylooked
looked Into the charges that the pay payrolls payrolls payrolls ¬
rolls at the Philadelphia mint are bolng bolngfilled bolngfilled beingfilled
filled up with lth laborers who are doing doingthe doingtho doingthe
the work of classified employes He Hefound Heround Hefound
found that the charge was true and has hastaken hastaken hastaken
taken steps to have the conditions rem remedied remedied remedied ¬
edied ediedInvestigation ediedInvestigation ediedInvestigation
Investigation showed that while the thetotal thetotal thetotal
total force employed had not varied to toany toany toany
any great extent the number of classi classified classified classifled ¬
fied employes was steadily diminish diminishing dlmlnishlng diminishing ¬
ing while the laborers were Increasing Increasingall
all the time It Is thought that the au authorities authorities authorities ¬ I
thorities In cobtrol of the mint have haveseen haveseen haveseen
seen the error of their ways and that thatthere thatthere thatthere
there will be no more trouble at that thatpoint thatpoint thatpoint
point for some time timePlttsburg timePItts timePittsburg
Plttsburg PItts burg demanded attention be because becaU3e because
cause the city Is too prosperous Ex Examinations Examlnatlons Examinattons ¬
aminations are held there but the num number number number ¬
ber and class of applicants Is disappoint disappointing disappointing lsappolnting ¬
ing as the city according to Mr Cooley CooleyIs
Is experiencing such a boom boom that men mencapable mencapable mencapable
capable of filling Government positions positionsfor posttonstor positionsfor
for which the examinations are held can canmake canmake canmake
make more mobey on the outside and andhave andhave andhave
have no trouble In finding positions positionsBEIRUT p positionBEIRUT sltlon sltlonBEIRUT
BEIRUT CONTINUES QUIET QUIETAdmiral QUIETAdmiral QUIETAdmiral
Admiral Cotton notified the Navy De Department Department Dopartment ¬
partment by cable today that Beirut Beirutcontinues Beirutcontinues Beirutcontinues
continues quiet He has exchanged vis visIts visits viaIts
Its with the new governor general of ofBeirut otBeirut ofBeirut
Beirut BeirutSOIEHYIUFS BeirutSOMERViLLES BeirutSOMERYftIES
SOIEHYIUFS SOMERViLLES REMOVAL BEIOVALSTILL REMOVALSTILL
STILL ON THE CARDS CARDSChairman CARDSChairman CARDSChairman
Chairman of New York Customs CustomsAppraise CustomsApprai5ers j jAppraisers
Appraisers Persona Non Grata GrataTalk GrataTalk j jTalk
Talk of the prospective removal of ofHenderson ofHenderson
I IHenderson
Henderson M Somervllle chairman or orthe i ithe I Ithe
the board of general appraisers in New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York continues In Treasury and politi political poUtlcal political ¬
cal circles circlesIt circlesIt circlesIt
It appears that aside from Mr Somer Somervllles SomerI Somerrules
vllles criticism of the Uk I Presidents atti attitude attitude attitude ¬
tude on the negro quetloa In the tboNorth theNorth theNorth
North American Review Mr Somer Somervillo SomernIb
villo nIb has been at outs with the Treas Treasury Treasury Treasury ¬
ury Department for some time because becauseof becausoot becauseof
of his claim that the board of general generalappraisers generalappraisers generalappraisers
appraisers Is 1 of a a judicial nature and Is Isnot isnot isnot
not dependent on the Treasury Depart Department DepartmoGnt Departwant ¬
want This docs not harmonize with the thevltTs thevl thevIews
vIews vl = Vs of Secretary Shaw S aw and of Assist Assistant Assistant Assistant ¬
ant Secretary Armstrong ArmstrongWhile Armstronghlle ArmstrongWhile
While hlle the magazine article will not notbe notbe notbe
be made the basis for Mr SomervUles SomervUlesremoval SomeryUlcsremoval Somervillesremoval
removal It Is expected a case will be bemade bemade bemade
made out against him on other matters mattersCAPTAIN mattersCAPTAIN mattersCAPTAiN
CAPTAIN KINGSTON KINGSTONADOPTS KINGSTONADOPTS KINGSTONADOPTS
ADOPTS NOVEL METHODS METHODSLONDON METHODSLONDON METHODSLONDON
LONDON Oct 10 10Captaln Captain Kingston Kingstonwho Kingstonwho Kingstonwho
who was recently ordered to resign his hiscommission hiscommlsalon hiscommission
commission In the army Without having havingbeen bavlngeen havingleen
been > een given a trial is taking a novel novelway novelway novelway
way to obtain justice He is now playing playingn
n It hand organ ornanon on the West Side streets streotsIn streetsin j
in order to attract public attention and andprocure andprocure andprocure
procure an al Investigation Into his case j
1 i Help the Sick SickJL i iI
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I I I Take the Risk RiskFor I IFor
For a full month any sick one can use my prescription prescrIptfonDr prescrIptfonDrShoops prescriptionDrShoops Dr DrSnoops
Shoops Restorative RestoraUvCocnUrely entirely at my risk I will p arrange arrange with wiUa a drug druggist drugg druggst ¬
gist g gst st in In your yo r vicinity so that you can secure six bottles botU s ot Dr DrSnoops DrSh DrShoOps
Snoops Sh qps Restorative to make the tost You may take It a full fultmonth fultmonthon month monthon monthOn
on on trial If It succeeds the cost to you Is 550 It It falls the U loss lossIs lossi lossis
Is i mine and mine alono alonoI
I will ill then ask the th druggist to bill the cost to me The do decision doelsIoD doclsion ¬
cision as to pay pa Is left to you entirely I have found that thqt moat moatpeoplo mo mostpeople t tpeoplo
peoplo are honest My records show that thirtynine out of forty fortyhavejaid ro fortyhavepaid y yhave
havejaid have paid This proves the honesty of the people and the success of ofmy atmy ofmy
my Restoratlyc RestoratlycI Restorative RestorativeI
I am so confident so certain that Dr Shoops Restorative will willholp wllll1elp willhelp
help you I ire mr e this offer For For thirteen years ears It has stood tho thotest thotestYour test testYour
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Your confidence will equal mine when you learn what wh t It can esnaccom esnaccompllsh accom accomplish accomilish ¬
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well I could not make this offer otr r If failures were frequent frequo t Sign and andmaii andmallh andmalitbls
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tell me where I can secure six sixbuttles Book 4 for Women WomenBook WOlnf WOlnfbqttJes Wcmenbottles
bottles Dr Shoops Restor Restorative ¬ Book k 5 for Men ltn sell sellnUve sealedatiye sealed sealedBook
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GOVERNMENT CANNOT BUY BUYPOSTOFFICE BUYPOSTOFFICE BUYPOSTOFFICE
POSTOFFICE SITE FOR 1 1Public 1Public 1Public
Public spirit has failed so far to In Induce Induce induce ¬
duce citizens of Oklahoma City to sell sellproperty seUproperty sellproperty
property for n postofflce site to the t e Gov Government Government Government ¬
ernment for 1 Because of this Con Congress CongrosS Coilgrong ¬
grosS will probably be 1 > 0 compelled to tomake tomake tomake
make an appropriation njoxt winter to topurchase topurchase topurchase
purchase a site siteAt siteAt siteAt
At the last session of Congross in intheir intholr intheir
their eagerness to get a now Federal Federalbuilding Federalbuilding Federalbuilding
building Oklahoma City citizens said saidthat saidthat saidthat
that It would be easy to g get t a site for
31 1 and this appropriation for the build buildIng bulJdlng buildlag
lag and site was made madeSPECIAL madeSPECIAL madeSPECIAL
SPECIAL NOTICES NOTICESThe
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Fine business literature dcsfcaed and printed printedin
in the most approved fashion at the fewest IeWl t talble po polble P Psible >
alble lble prices Hjr b work advertises berll s ymxe WUr ur businea busineaand buine buineant bueincand
and ant helps you make money moneyGEORGE RIOntJGEORGE sioneyGEORGE
GEORGE E HOWARD Printer PrinterPhone PrlntorPhone Printorrhone
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN GIYE that Frederick
Rogcrson no n and ant Charles CharI II Gordon have com complied complied c m mplied ¬
plied with the laws of the District of Ofambi Ofambirelating CohnnblreJJUnl CoknnbmamIsting
relating to limited partnerships partlH Shipl and have under underthe undtrthe underthe
the firm name of FREDBRICK ROCKRSOX
CO entered into a limited mfted partacrsMp to carry carryon caryon carryon
on the retail meat m t and provision business busIne in inMid inthe inthe
the city ot W Whtnt I8J1fnston D biStrIet strkt of 1 CoIumbu CoIumbuIIQld Columburaid
Mid partnership to continue for fire ve yeara un uni
less sooner diSlOJv dissolved by O one of the parties partiesreterick
Frederick reterick Ro Rogersun n i is the general t eral partner and
Charles II Gordon i Li the limited partner bar ¬
fag In contributed < in 2fl cash the th sum of 1000 t to < J the thecapital thecapital thecapital
capital stock 5to < It of ofsamdampany said company sclSwfsa sel6wtsatP4BRIC5 ae16wi Lw LwWe w wWe
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cloths cloth for Fall Suits and Overcoats the fin finest IInest Snest ¬
est in town t townyou WJYou you will nII too if you OU see seetlwra s sthem sacthem
them tlwraJ themJ themJ
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OUR OTHER PRICES ARE AWAY BELOW BELOWEVERYBODY BELOWEYEnYB BELOWEVERYBODY
EVERYBODY EYEnYB DY ELSES ELSESChestnut ELSEShcstnut ELSESThrstnut
Chestnut hcstnut CoaLa55 CoaL ILS5 We sell for spot cash cashWhite cahWhite cashWhite
White Ash Egg EggtL8G 585 8G thats why our prices pricesWhite prlccsWhite pricesWbite
White Ash h Store 5t Stove5Z e6s 6S3 ins the lowest lowestshamokitt lower5hamokia lowestbamoida
shamokitt Store StoUo100 StoUo100Red Store7OORed 700 700Red
Red Ash Store StoTefiOO 700 Send postal or phone phonefurnace phoneunuce phoneFurnace
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